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

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1 969 MOHIAN Mound High School Mound, MinnesotaTable of Contents Dedication.................... 4 Faculty and Academic...........6 Seniors....................... 26 Underclassmen................. 62 Sports........................78 Activities.................... 98 Advertising................ 138 Index......................1 54Dedication Oscar A. "Coach" Haddorff In dedicating the 1969 Mohian, we wish to thank Mr. Haddorff for his interest and concern for the students and young people during his twenty-live years of teaching at Mound. He has tried to mold their talents and ambitions so that they will become useful and productive citizens. In doing this lie has used his philosophy that participation in sports teaches a person the give and take and sacrificing necessary in belonging to a team. He has given himself as an example of the high integrity which he wants his students to possess. From all of the students and faculty at Mound High School, we say: Thank you, "Coach.” 4696 I • •Faculty and Academic- E. J. BEHMLER . . . Senior High Principal . . . Carlelon, University of Iowa. U. of M. Overall Supervision . . . Preparing publicity for the local newspaper . . . Daily checks on absent students . . . Welcoming speech to sophomores each year . . . Monitoring halls between classes . . . Meeting with the School Board . . . Visiting other schools to view current trends . . . Helping the school to work as a whole. The Head Administrators The end of a busy day. 8The Highest Rungs of Authority SCHOOL BOARD. e f to right. Row I: Dean Berry, Clerk; William Rinpred. Chairman; Don Chemberlin, Treasurer. Row 2: Charles Jackson. Vre-Quirman; Bernard Kami's, Director; Verne Gagne, Director; Judson Anderson. Director. DK. KENNETH R. IVERSON. Superintendent of Schools. Meetings. Agendas. Reports, Schedules, and Excedrin headaches . . . Making plans for the new Senior High School ... A little push and new enthusiasm . . . Passing the bond issue for a $5 million high school . . . Organization is the key! PAUL D. BENGTSON, Director of Physical Education. 9The men to see about changing your classes . . . Arranging and proctoring those tests that mean so much to colleges . . . Holding private interviews with every student to arrange his course of study and talk over plans for the future . . . Making sure that students return college and trade school admission forms before the deadlines. Undi Likin, Debbie Otf, and Tim Groves look over information for future college plans. FRANCIS H. BABCOCK . . . Counselor . . . Attended University of N. Iowa and New York University. Advise and Consent 10 KENT MUSSER . . . Counselor . . . Assistant Advisor for National Honor Society . . . Attended Custavus Adolphus College and the U. of M.Every Day Without Fail OFFICE STAFF, left to right, F. Boyle, D. Maxwell. N. Bortz. L Pedersen. Typing, filing, and general office work for 800 people . . . Keeping track of who’s here and who isn’t ... A well-balanced pick of the basic four . . . Keeping the school — lockers, lights, telephones — in working condition . . . The person to see about aches, pains, and broken arms. "A1 Funk, Please call the office.” KITCHEN STAFF, left to right. Row I: C. McCurdy. C. Jensen. C Parker, H. Ohmann. Rou 2: M. Zoldahn. T. Benson, L Trask, E. Nirkisrh. MARION LINDQUIST . . . NurvThe Lively Art of Writing? FRANCIS C NELSON . . . English XI and XII .. . Debate Coach . . . Attended U. of M.. Indiana U. and St. CJoud Slate. DUANE A. EIDE . . . English X and XII .. . At-tended Moorhead Sutr College and the U. of M. I? DONALD CliLBRANDSON . . . English XII ■ • • Cbaa Pu' K-rector . . . Thespian . . . Attends Winona Sute College and St. OUf College. CERALI) ESSELMAN . . . English X . . r Adviaor . . . Attended St. John's University 8 - IGRACE JOHNSON . . . English X and XI . . . Declamation Advisor . . . Attended Augsburg College. Juniors see "The Resistible Rise of Artiro Ui” at the Guthrie Theatre . . . Senior English classes and Pre-G llege Composition experiment with modular scheduling . . . Speaking vocabularies enhanced and enriched by weekly vocabulary lessons . . . Pre-College Composition sparks interest in society through dialogue and recording of thoughts . . . Combined classes to view and discuss films . . . Speech III writes, produces, and directs Veteran's Day Program . . . Tape Recorders and telephones add to Speech I and II. JAMES JACKSON . . . English XII ... Pre-College Composition . . . Attended College of St. Thomas and U. of M. SUSAN KYIXO . . . Spe«-h I. II and III. . . Smoke Sig-nal Advisor . . . Attended Augsburg College. SHERRY BURKHART . . . English XI . . . A»»um Debate Coach . . . Attended Concordia (College. 13Other People Other Lands PATRICK M. KING . . World History ... U. of M . U. of Idaho, Mankato Statr. MELVIN GIMMESTAD . . . Social Problem . . . Attended Si. Cloud State, Macalester, Concordia. DON KEIMER . . . American Hutor . . . Attended Augsburg, U. of M. 14GUY 0. JENKS . . . American History . . . Varsity Wrestling and Cross Country Coach . . . Attended Mankato and 1). of M. Election ’68 . . . Underclassmen, impersonating candidates, give campaign speeches . . . Students hold authentic election for President and Congressmen . . . H.H.H. the victor . . . Sophomore annual field trip to Ford Motor Plant. . . Seniors learn elements of propaganda for future use? . . . Current events in relationship to past events of American and World History. JOHN BLOMUE . . . World History . . . Vanity Basket-ball Coach . . . Assistant Football Coach . . . Attended St. Cloud State. ROBERT GOVE . . . Social Problems . . . National Honor Society Advisor . . . Attended Gustavus Adolphus College. Group effort looks into matters of historical importance. 15DENNIS SCHROEDER . . . Chmmtrv . . . Physioi] Science . . . Elementary Algebra Mankato State. The Realm of Science Neighborhood field trips to study and gather examples of biological specimens. . . Dissection of fetal pigs to study organs and systems of an advanced animal . . . Chemistry lab work sometimes proves disastcrous . . . Learning the basic natural elements of the earth . . . Identifying unknown substances through experimentation . . . School forest provides a natural environment for biological study . . . Using the stroboscope and time lapse photography to study motion. E. WILLIAM ANDERSON . . . Biology . . . Science (Hub advisor . . . Attended Augaburg College and Drake University. GENE CHERNEY . . . Biology . . . Varsity Football Coach . . . Attrnded Univeraity of Illi-noia. 16JERRY WEBER . . . Plane Geometry . . . Consumer Mathematic . . . ”B" Squad Football Coach . . . Vanity Hockev Coach . . . Attended St. Cloud State College and the U. of M. JAMES SCHULTE . . . Plane Geometry . . . Math IV . . . Attended St. Cloud State College. Facts and Figures Reports on the history and development of mathematics . . . Learning to do trigonometry without a slide rule . . . Learning to do trigonometry with a slide rule . . . Overhead projectors clear up the problems . . . Finding the famous unknowns; X, Y, and Z or their geometric counterparts; A, B, and C. NORMAN SIMONDET. . . Math III . . . Practical Math . . . Math Club Adviaor . . . Attended Luther College . . . St. Cloud State College. 17Preparation ROBERT FOX . . . Typing . . . Consumer Economics . . . Ticket Manager . . . Attended St. Qoud State and the U. of M. ROSEMARY BURTON . . . Stenography I. . . Secretarial Practice . . . Clerical Practice .. . Stenography II Club Advisor . . . Attended U. of M. 18 1% ERVIN 0. MUTH . . . Bookkeeping . . . Mohian Advisor . . . Attended Moorhead State College and Colorado State College. Learning new office techniques through the use of the keypunch machine, electric typewriters, calculators, Xerox Machine, and shorthand laboratories . . . Consumer Economic students get first-hand information from local merchants and professional people . . . Distributive and office education through cooperative part-time work experience . . . Bookkeeping students learn the ropes by using business practice sets . . . Field trips to large industrial corporations provide examples of business practices. ARTHUR ERICKSON . . . Librarian . . . Attended St. Cloud College and the U. of M Allison Rasmussen and landa Higus work with the new keypunch machine. PATRICK FURLONG . . . Distribution I and II . . . DECA Advisor . . . Actant Varsity Hockey and Football Coach . . . Attended the U. of M.' MANUEL MACIAS . . . Spanish . . . Advise Spanish Club . . . Attended Mankato State. Original skits; props and all . . . German and Spanish Scrabble games . . . Monday morning German reports of weekend activities . . . Speaking practice in the language lab stimulates students . . . Foreign cultures through singing . . . Magazines provide reading practice . . . Memorization and presentation of dialogues ... Introduction to foreign language literature. Our Foreign Tongues MINTIE FERGUSON . . . German . . . German Qub . . . Attended Jamestown College. Spanish students enjoy a round of Scrabble. 20Domestic and Creative Arts ROBERTA STOCKTON . . . Home Economic. I and III. . . FHA . . . Attended S.D. State University and the U. of M. Study of family living . . . Sewing perfect darts . . . Bar B-Q's . . . Furniture trends . . . leaving out floor plans . . . Kiddie School . . . ’Well, me and Walt . . Learning to sculpture clay and produce true to life forms . . . The beauty of chalk drawings . . . Learning perspective and proportions . . . Tearing out pictures from magazines and creating an interesting collage . . . Drawing your classmate as he strikes a pose. Busy art students putting creative thoughts to work. HELEN PESONEN . . . Home Economics . . . Attended the University of Minnesota. RANDEL LACE . . . Art I. H and HI . . . Ski Club Advisor . . Attended Concordia College. Moorhead. 21Vocational HERB OLSON . . . Graphic Arts . . . Attended St. ('loud State College. Colorado Sute College. Training and Dave Waldroff and Paul Kakach get a charge out of electronic class. HARRY BOGKHAUS . . . Woodworking . . . Attended Guatavus. Augsburg. Mankato and the U. of M. Skills 22WILLIAM ASHMORE . . . Drifting . . . Physical Education . . . Jr. Vanity Basketball Coach . . . Asst. Track Coach . . . Kllrndalr Stale Collar ... St. Cloud State College. STEPHEN BENSON . . . Electronics . . . Electricity Power Mechanics . . . Stage Crew Advisor . . . Audio Visual Coordinator . . . Attended San Diego State (College, U. of Connecticut. U. of M. ROBERT TEIGEN . . . Metal Shop . . . Intramural ... At-tended Moorhead and St. Cloud State Colleges. Beginning electricians built vacuum tube radios . . . The more advanced class built transistor radios . . . Practice tuning a V-8 engine . . . Drawing plans, determining costs, and then the final product . . . Letterpress work, silkscreening, and offset printing kept graphic arts students busy . . . Drafting students began with prospective and ended with architectural drawing. 23Fitness Ability and Strength OSCAR A. HADDORFF . . . Boy’ Physical Education and Health . . . "M” Qub Advisor . . . Attended Wesleyan University and the U. of M. CAROi, MILLER . . . Girl’s Physical Education and Health . . . Pep (Hub Advisor . . . Cheerleaders and Mohawkette Advisor . . . Attended Mankato State College. Fitness through gymnastics . . . Fast and hard games of field hockey . . . Learning the basics in football . . . Acquiring skills in bowling . . . Enjoying the consequences of moonball . . . Volleyball and teamwork go together . . . Basketball teaches coordination . . . The fast steps of baseball. The tenth grade Boy’s Pl y. Ed. class do their morning push-ups as a warm-up for other more strenuous activities. 24The Sound of Music Quartet Hinging provides good practice for learning to sing in pitch. Cindy Meyer and Pat Nelson practice after school on their individual parts. The many facets of money raising to go on tours . . . Candy sales, ham dinners, fruit cakes . . . Testing voices and having to re-learn the song in a new register . . . Challenges; ending up 8th seat in a row of 9 instruments . . . Concerts galore . . . Pop concert a joint effort . . . Choir show brings in more funds for tour . . .Having a baton broken over your head . . . Being punched in the stomach and having your mouth squeezed into the proper vowel shape. 5 WILLIAM MclNTYKE . . . Band Direct, . . . Attended St. OUT College and the U. of M. r Seniors 27DEBORAH LYNN ABRAHAMSON Deb Ski Club 10. II. 12; German Club 12; Thespum 11; Patchwork 11. 12. JANE ALEXANDER Pep Club 10, 11. 12: Red Cross Prw. 11. 12; Math Club 11: Stu-dent (Council 10. Tren. 11. V. Pres. 12; Spanish Club 10. II. Sec. 12; National Honor Socirt 10. 11. 12; Thespian 11; Smoke Signal 11; Claw PU II: Girl's State; Most Likely to Succeed. Treasure the Memories DEBORAH JO ANDERSON Debb Cheerleader 10. II. 12: Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Student Council 11. 12; Ski Club 10. 12: Thespians 10; Homecoming Princess 12; Retov Attendant 11; (Tioir Council II; Choir 10. 11. 12. TERESA GAIL ANDERSON C.iil Pep Club 10, 11; Ski Club 12. GREGORY T. ANDERSON JOHN MORROW ANDERSON Wrestling 10. 11; Stage Crew 11. 12: M Club 10. 11. 12. MARTIN NEIL ANDERSON Martv German Club 10. l2; Math Club 12; Basketball 10; Intramural II. 12. MARY RLTH ANDERSON 3ioir 10. 11; Pep Club 10; Smoke Signal 10, 11; German (dub 11; Class Plav II. 12; Student Council 12. SANDRA JEANNE ANDERSON Sandy Spanish Club II; Red Cross 11; D.E.AO. Club 12.DAVID BRIAN ASAO Band 10; Track 10. DONALD RAY ASLESEN Don Hockey 10. 11. 12; Baseball 10. 11. 12. VICTORIA I .KVA I'N ANDERSON idu Hep Club 10. 11. 12; Student Council 10. President 12; Ski Club 11. 12: Thespians 10. 12. Treasurer 11; Gas Treasurer 11; German Club II. 12: Most Active, Never Forget ELLEN LOUISE AUNE Hep Club 10. 11. 12; Math Club 12: Spanish Club 10. 11. 12; National Honor Society 10. II. 12; Smoke Signal 12; Thespians 12. SANDRA JEANNE BABATZ Sandy Choir 10. II. 12; IVpClub 10. 11;German Club 11. 12; Mohian 11. 12: Math Club 11. 12. JAMES ALLEN BACKLUND Jim Football 10. Baseball 10. 11. LORRAINE MARIE BACKSTROM Spanish Club 11. 12; Ski Club 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11. 12. KATHERINE ELAINE BAIRD Kathv Pep Club 10. 11; Ski Club 10. 11. 12. JOHN EDWARD BEHMLER Jock Football 10. 11. 12: Hockey 10; W restling II; Baseball 10. 11. 12; Stage Crew. M Club.The 69'ers SANDRA LEE BETZEN Sandy Thespian. 10. 12; D.E.AO. Club 12; Library Helper 12. MICHAEL WILLARD BETZLER Big Betz Wrestling 10; Band 10. 11. CALVIN LEE BLOCK Hockey Manager 10. II. 12; Football Manager 11; Baseball Manager 10; M Club 10. 11. 12; Claw Plav 11. ANNE MARGARET BOLL Pep Gub 10; Ski Gub 11; Red Cross 11; Thespians 10. WILLIAM FREDRIC BENNETT Bill Electronics (Tub 11. 12. CANDACE JOLENE BERGE Candi Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Ski Club 10. 11. 12; German Club Sec. 11. 12; Thespians 12; Science Gub 10. GLORIA MARIE BERGLUND Pep Club 10. 12. KIRK JOHN BESSE Spanish (Tub 11. 12; Mohian 11; Thespians 11, Secretary 12; Ski (Tub 10. 11. 12; Debate 10. 11. 12; Dr, lam 10. 11. 12; (Taw Plays 11. 12; Patchwork 11. SCOTT LEE BISCHKE D.E.AO. 11: Student Council 10; Best Dressed.MARY ANN BOSIGER Bo UVpCIub 10. 11, 12; Thespians 11; Mo-Ilian 12; Spanish Club 11. GAYLE THERESE BRANDENBURG Pep Club 10; German Club 11, 12; a 'Jioir 10. 11. 12; National Honor Soci-ttv II. 12. NANCY JEAN BREKKE pep Club 10. 11; F.H.A. 11. TERRY LEEANN BROCKOPP Drill Team 11; Mobian 11; Librarv Help 11.12; Ski Club 11; Pep Club 10. 12; German Club 10; Dedam 10. 11. 12; Thespian II; G.A.A. 11. DEBORAH JEAN BRYCE Debbie Choir 10. Our Last Year DALE FRANCIS BROIGH Basketball 12; Golf 11. 12. DIANNE MARIE BRUHN LAURIE JEAN BRYCE Lou Lou Student Council 10; Sophomore Class Treasurer; Thespians 11. 12; Cheerleader 11; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Ski Club 10, 11; Mohian 11; Relay Attendant 10. 11; Homecoming Princess. ROBERT BRUNO BURAK Bobby Student Council 10.RANDALL LEE BUSH Randy Cross Country 10. 11: Track 10. 11, 12: Basket bail 10. 11. 12. TODD HILLIARD BUTLER DIANE CHARLINE CARLSON Cheerleaders' Carwash TRACEY ANNE CARLSON True National Honor Society 11. 12; Band 10. 11; Math Club Sec. Treas. 11. V. Pr». 12; Ski Club 10. 11; Thespian 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 11. 12: Cerman Club 11, 12; Debate 10. II. 12; DrcLun 10. II. 12. rERESA i t KA Tcrrie Pep Club 10, 11; Ski Qub 11: Thespian 12; D.E.AO. Club 12. RONALD THOMAS TRI MAN CLOUD Ron Choir 10. 11. 12: "New Generation"; Track 10. PAMELA KAY COLEMAN Pam Band 10. 11; D.E.AO. Club 12. JENNIE MARIE CARLSON German Club 10. 11, 12: Mohian 10. 11. Editor 12; National Honor Society 10. 11, 12; Patchwork 11: Math Club 11. CHARLES ARTHUR CLARK Charlie Cross Country 10; Track 10. 12: M Club.MICHAEL LON DALY Mike Hockey 10. 11. 12; Cross ('.wintry 10; Baseball Manager 10; Kind 10. 11. 12; Sage Crew 11. 12. 1 DEBORAH ANNE DAPKUS Debbie Pep Club 10; Band 10. 11; Orman Club 11. 12. JULIE ANN DAVIS thoir 10. 11. 12; Pep dub 10; Red Crm Club 11; G.A.A. 11. PENELOPE LYNN DAVIS Penny Spanish Club 10; Choir 10; Pep Club 10. 11; F.H.A. 11; Thespians 11. 12. DEBORAH ELAINE DICKEY Debbie Choir 10. 11. 12; Ski Club 10. 11 G.A.A. 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11 Spanish Club 11. 12; Thespians 12 Math Club 11. Football Players' Picnic RAYMOND PATRICK DAVIS Ra German Club 11.12; Math Club 11, 12; Debate 11; National Honor So cietv 11. 12; Mohian 12. WILLIAM ALLEN DEAN W.llv Footholl 10; Hockey 10. SHARON MARIE DITTMER Ski dub 10. 11. 12; Pep Qub 10. 11. 12; Orman dub 11. 12; Drill Team 11, 12; Thespians 11; (Tass Plav 11. MARY ANN DITTRICH Pep dub 10. 11. 12; Cheerleader 10. 11. 12; G.A.A. 12; Gymnastics dub 12; Student Council 12; Math Club 11; Homecoming Princess; Most Feminine.■ KIRK DAVID DODDS Football 10. 11. 12; Track 10; Student Council 10; Baseball II. 12; Wrestlini 11; M Club 11. 12; Ski dub 12. DIANE YVONNE DREWS Din Choir 10. 11; Pep Club 10. 11; German Club 11; Thespians 11; Smoke Signal 10; "New Generation”. DARLENE ANNE EBERT Dar Choir 10. MICHAEL scorr ELLIS Mike Thespians 12; Pep Club 12. Queen Becky STEVEN THOMAS ENGELHARDT ANDERS ERIK ENGLUND Swede Footlull 12; Student Council 12; German Club V. Pres. 12; Math Club 12; Choir 12. BARBARA JANE FLECK Barbv Spanish Club 10. Vice President 11, 12; Pep Club 10; Thespians 10. 12. DEBRA ANN FLOE Deb Choir 10; Ski Club 11. 12: Spanish dub 11. 12; Drill Team 12; Student Council 11. 12; Pep dub 10. 11. 12; G.A.A. 10; Class Flirt. SANDRA LEE ERICKSON Sandi Choir 10; Ski Club 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11; Mohian 11; Smoke Signal 11.ELVERN KATHERINE F0RC1ER Elvis Pq Club 10. 11, 12. CHARLOTTE ANN FOSS Band 10. 11 12; Pep Club 10. 11; Ski Club 10. 11. 12. NANCY BETH FREDSALL Nine Ski Club 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10; Li-bran Helper 12. MARK CHRISTOPHER FREVERT M Club 10. 11. 12; Ski dub 10. 11. 12; Tennis 10; Thespians 11. 12; German Club 10. Treasurer 11; Basketball 10: Class Play 11. 12. SUSAN ELEANOR GALLISTEL Ni' Debate 10. II; Mohian 10; Patchwork 11. 12; Pep Gub 10; Ski Club 10; German Club 10. 11, 12; National Honor Society 11. 12. The Royal Court KATHLEEN ANN GAGNE Kathy Cheerleader 10. 11, 12; Spanish Gub 11; Choir 10. 11. 12; G.A.A. 10: Pep Chib 10. 11. 12; Gass Play 10. STEVEN OWEN GAI.ATI Crazy Wrestling 10; Baseball 11; Football 12: Class Cut-up. JOHN ALDEN CANZEL Stage Crew 10; Basketball 10. 11. GERALD EUGENE GARVAIS Jerry Smoke Signal 10; Track 10; Inter-mural Basketball 10. 11.A Soggy Homecoming A k STEVEN PAUL GILBERTSON Steve Ski Club 10. 11. 12: Class PUv 11; Golf Team 10. MARLENE LOUISE GILMORE Marge Choir 10; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; F.H.A. 11. 12; Red Crow Chib 11; Thespians 10. 11; Drill Team 12. LINDA DIANE GOULD Spanish Club Treasurer 10. ANDREA ELIZA BETH GOVE Ang Ski Club 10. 11. 12; Thespians 11. 12; Spanish Club 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 12; Cheerleader 12. ANGELIKA URSULA von zur GATHEN Debate 12; Math Club 12; Ski dub 12: Choir 12; German Qub Sec.-Treas. 12: G.A.R.A. 12. GAIL EVELYN GEl RTS G.A.R.A. 10; Choir 10. NANCY ANN GEYEN Nanc Choir 10; Pep Club 10. JANE KATHRYN GIBSON Band 10. 11; Pep dub 10, 11. 12. Math dub 11; Spanish Club 11. 12. PATRICIA ANN GOOD Pat Sophomore Class See.; Pep Club 10. 11 12; Thespians 12; Cheerleader 11; Li-bran Helper 11; Choir 10; Ski Club 10; Homceoriling Princess. J MICHAEL L CRAEBER Mike NANCY JEAN CRAEBER IVp (Hub II. 12. TODD MICHAEL CREY Todd LANCE CORY GRONVOLD Hockey 10. II; Band 10. 11. 12; Stu-deni Council 12; 01 Plav 12; Prp (Hub 12. DONATA MARIE HALLER Donna German (Hub 11; Pep (Hub 10. 11. Crunch a Bunch-a-Orioles TIMOTHY ALDEN GROVES Basketball 10. Choir 10. 11, 12; Student Council 10. 11. 12; Math Club 12: P.T.S.A. V. Pre . BART DONALD HAGLUND THOMAS GENE HANSON PAUL SOWN HANSSEN WillardSTEVEN GEORGE HARDINA Sieve Cross Country 10. 11. 12; Hockev 10 11. 12; Base Kill 10. 11. 12; M Club 10 ll. 12 DEBORAH SUE HARRINGTON Debbie Drill Team 12; Mohian 12; Thespian? 12; Pep Club 12. LINDA MAY HARTMAN Band 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 12: Spanish Club 12; Ski Club 12. Angie, Abi, Anders EDWARD JOHN HEFTY Ed Football Manager 10. 11, 12 Hoekev Manager 10; Basketbal Manager 11. UNI)A DIANE HEINSCH (Twit 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. STEVEN HENDRICKSON COLLEEN JAMIE HESSE Pep Club 10. 11; G A R.A. 10. II. Ik. KAREN PENNY HEATH Pep Club 10. 11; F.H.A. 10. 11; Sk. Club 10. 11. 12; Smoke Signal 11. 12; Mohian 11. 12; Class Play 11. 12-Thespians 12. PATRICIA EILEEN HF.ITZ PatW1LLA MAE MICKS Wilfred 0.E. O. 11. 12. I MICHAEL JAMES HILBEUNK Stein Ha»cball 10; Basket hall 10. 11. 12. CAROL JEAN HILLMAN f)rp Club 11. 12; Spanish Club 12; ©irspun 12. WILLIAM DEAN MODENA Rill I h«..r 10. NOEL JOEL HOLLOWAY Leon pioir 10. 11. 12; Track 10. 11. 12; klrtiM Country 10. 11. 12; Intramural Basketball 10; Wrestling Manager 12. Our Foreign Friends SUSAN ELAINE HOFF Sue Pep Club 10; Choir 10. II. 12. JOEL NOEL HOLLOW AY Cross Country 10. 12; Track 10. II; Patchwork II; M Club 12. MARGARET JEAN HOSF1ELD Maggie Pep Club 10. II. 12; Oieer leader 10. 11. 12; (Jaw Play 10. II;Choir 10. 11. 12; Thespian 10. V.P. II. Pre . 12; Mnhun 10; National Honor Society 11. 12; Student Council 10; Jr. Claaa Sec.; Spanish Club 10. 11. Pre . 12. PAUL KEVIN HURLEY Hockey 10.JEAN ANN IKVINE Pep (Hub 10; Band 10. 11: Mohian 11; Ski Club 10. 11. 12; D.E. O. Club 12. CHERYL ANN IVERSON Shorn' Band 10. 11; Spanish Club 12; Thespians 12; Mohian 12; Ski (dub 10. 12. What's the Senior KRISTINE REBECCA IVERSON Tffnv Pep (dub 10: Band 10. 11; Thespian 12; Mohian 12. KEVIN WAYNE JENSEN Intramural Basketball 11. 12; German (dub 12. CATHERINE ELLEN JOHNSON Cathy C.A.A. 11. DAVID CHARLES JOHNSON Dave Band 10. II. 12; Cross Country 10: Basketball 10; Track 10; Ski (dub 11. 12. FERNER EVERAL JOHNSON Skip (German (dub 10. 11. 12; Math (dub 11; Intramural 10. 12: Claw Play 12; Thespians 12. FREDRICK LEE JOHNSON Fritz Wrestling 10. II. 12; M (dub 11. 12. JtUE ANN JOHNSON Thespians 10. 11. 12; Band 10. II. 12: (irmun (dub 11. 12; Pep Chib 11. 12; Ski (dub 11: Math Club V.P. 11. 12; Majorette 10. 11. 12.PAUL ALLEN KAKACII P.t'krilull 10. II: Student Council 11: Stand 10. JEFFREY LEE K AMR ATM Jeff Foot lull 10; Track 10: Basketball 10. STEPHEN RICHARD KELLOGG v! r Football 10. 11. 12; Baseball 10. 11. 12: Hockey 10. II, Captain 12; Student Council 10, II, 12; M Club 10, II. IW 12; V. Pres S»ph Claw; D.E. 0. 12. PATRICK ALLEN KELLY Pat Track 10. NANCY JANE KLECKNER D.E.AO. (Jub 12. CORDON HERALD KNOTT Elgin Basketball 10. 11. 12: Crow Country 11: Football 12: V. Pr« Jr. Claw; Slu-•lent Council 12; Band 10. 11. 12: Tennis 12. GERALDINE LEE KOECHELER Geri Pep (Jub 10.11. 12: D.EAO. (Jub 12. WENDY LANE JOHNSON Weng Hand 10. 11, 12; Ski (Jub 10. 11. 12; Thespian 11. STEVEN TALBOT JONES Wrestling 10. Battlecry?DEBORAH JEANNE KOERBER Debbie Thespians 10. 11; Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Drill Team 11. Captain 12. SHARON ANNE KKISAT1S Library Helper 11. The Spirit Revolution ROBERT DAVID LAFAVOR Boh Foot lull 10. 11. 12; Hockey 10. 11. 12; Track 10. 11; Ski Club 10. 11; M Club 11. 12; Sr. (Hass Plav 12. LINDA ANN UKIN Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Thespians 10. 11. 12; Choir 10. 11. 12; Patchwork 11, 12. URAE MARIAN LAMBRECHT Declam 11. 12; Pep Club 11; German Club 11.12; Mohian 12; Patchwork 11. 12; Smoke Signal 12; National Honor Societv 11, 12. DAVID LEE LARSON Lan National Honor Societv II. 12; M Club 10. 11, 12; Football 10. 11. 12; Wrestling 10. 11. 12; Baseball 10. 11. 12; Choir 10. 11. Treas. 12. KEVIN LARSON Choir 10. 11. 12: Student Council 12; "New Generation”; Class Plav 11. SUSAN JOAN UTTER ELLE Sue Choir 10; Pep Club 10. ALLEN CONRAD LEE Crum Country 11. 12; Track 10. 11. 12; German Club 10; M Club 12. iRICHARD PHILIP I E E UNDA MARIK LEHMAN Science Club 10; Pep Club 10. 11 12; Threpians 10; Ski Club 10. 11 12; Orman Club V. Pro . 11. 12 Drill Team 11; Cheerleader 12 Smoke Signal 11, Kxchangr Edit--12; Mohian 10, 11. Senior Edito 12; Student Council 11; Homecont ing Princess.; Personality Plus. SANDRA ANN LEIPZIG IVp Club 11. 12; G.A.R.A. 11. 12; Gymnastics 11. 12. M.O.G.’S FRANK EDWARD LESSELYOL'NG Golf 10. II. 12; Basket hall 10. 11; M Club 10. 11. 12. PAUL EDWARD LEWIN E'oolhall 11, Co-captain 12; Wrestling 11. Co-captain 12; M Gub 11. V. Pres. 12; Personality Plus. BARBARA ANN LEWIS Barb Science (Hub 10; Math Club 10. 11. 12; Pep Gub 10, 11. 12; German Qub 11, 12. Band 10. 11. 12; Mohian 12; Debate 10. 11. 12; Dcrlam 10. 11. 12. ROBERT BRUCE LIND Bob jKootball 10. 11. 12; Hockey 10; Wre»-tling 11. 12; Baseball 10. 11. 12; Ski | Gub 10. 11; Orman Gub 10; M Gub. ERIC CHARLES UNDELL [Track 10. 12; Choir 11. 12; Smoke Sig-Inal 12. CORDON RtXiER LINDH0LM Gordv Wrrsthng 10; Ski Gub 12.PAMELA RUTH UNDHOLM Tina Marie Pep Club 10. 11. KENRIC NORD LINDLAN Rick Ski Club 10. 11. 12; Hockey 10; Baseball 10. 11. 12; Choir 10; Football 11; M Club 11. 12. WILLIAM JOHN LUND Bill Cross Country 10. 11, 12; Track 12; Smoke Signal 11. 12; Mohian 12; Ski Club 12; M Club 10. 11. 12; Electronics Club 11. 12. LAURIE HELENE LYCKHOLM Ski Club 10. 11. 12; Choir 10. 11, 12; Thespians 10. 11. 12: Class Plav 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11; Most Tal ented. "Our Town" ROBERT ALVIN MAASS Bob Math Club 11; Choir 10. GREGORY GENE MADSON Greg Basketball 10. 11. 12; Cross Country 11; Golf 10.11. 12; M Club 11. 12; Math Club 11. 12; Sr. Class Pres. JEAN LYNN MAJOR MARGARET ROSE MANN Peggv GERALD JOHN MAGNUSON Jerry Choir 10. 11; Football 10; Student Council 10.THOMAS ALLEN MATSON Tom | Football 10, 11, Co-captain 12: Basketball 10. 11. 12; Track 10. Co-captain 11,12; M Club 10.11. Treaa. 12; Choir 10. 11. 12: Most Athletic. KATHLEEN ALICE McCLURE Kathy 1 Choir 10; G.A.H.A. 10. 12: Pep Club I 10. II. BRIAN PAUL McGOWAN Hockey 11. 12; M Club 11. 12. LINDA ELEANOR MESSER Berman Club 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 12; Ski Club 10; Mohian 11, Underclass-men Editor 12; Thespians 10: Drill Team 12. STEVEN KENT MITTELSTAEDT Stevie Band 10. 11. 12. "Music Man" CYNTHIA LEE MEYER Cindi Band 10. 11. 12; Debate 10. 11; Pep Club 10; Ski Club 11; Math Club 11. 12; German Club 11. 12; Patchwork 11; National Honor Society 11. 12. MARILYNN JANE MICHL Chicken Heart Pep Club 10. 11; German Club 10, 11. 12; Science Club 10. JILLANE IRENE MOHWINKEL Jill Pep Club 10. STEVEN JOHN MOOERS Steve M Club 10. 11. 12; Wrestling 10. II, Co-captain 12; Footlwll 10. 11. 12; Choir V. Pres. 11. Pr« . 12; Boy’s State; Jr. Class Pres.; Smoke Signal 12; Most Active.ROBERT CATES MORVAC Bob Band 10. 11. 12; Drbale 11; Malh Club Pres. 11. 12; German Club 11. 12; National Honor Society 11. 12. CHRISTOPHER DONOVAN MORGART Chris Mound Beats Edina MELISSA WHITCOMB MORSE Spanish CJub 11. 12. REBECCA SUSAN MUELLER Becky Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Student Council 10. 11, 12; Choir 10. Asst. Sec. 11. Sec. 12; Ski CJub 10. 11; Thespians 10; German Club 11. Pres. 12; National Honor Society 11. 12; Drill Team 11. 12: Mohian Advertising Editor 12; Smoke Signal Business Manager and Fashion Editor 12; Girls Math Club 11. 12; Homecoming Queen; Best Looking. PATRICIA LEE NELSON Pat Band 10. 11, 12; German Club 11. 12; Math Club 11; Science CJub 10; Pep CJub 10. 11,12; Thespians 12; Ski Club 10.11.12;G.A.A. 11,12. RICHIE ROYCE NEWMAN Rich Basketball 10; Intermural 11. 12: Golf 12. CONSTANCE LYNN NORDBLOM Connie Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Band 10. II. Pres. 12; Choir 12; Ski Club 10.11; Spanish CJub 10, 11. 12; Thespiam 10, 11. 12; Class Play 11. 12; National Honor Society 11. 12; Student Council 12; Cheerleader 10, 11, Captain 12. LOREN DALE NOREEN Basketball 10; Baseball 11; Intramural 11. DEBORAH ANN MARIE OAS Debbie Spanish 10, 11. 12; Thespians 10. 11. 12; Red Cross Club 10; G.A.A. 10. 11? M.iniri-lti- I 1 PlatChoir 10. 11, 12; Pep Club 10; Home E . Club 11; Thespians 12; Mohian Staff 12. BRIA.N MARSHALL OLSON Brian National Honor Society 10; V. Pres. 11; Pres. 12; Basketball 10. Manager 12; Intramural 11. 12; Math Club Pres. 12; Choir 10. 11. 12; Mohian Sports Editor; Spanish Club 11. 12. RONALD KEITH OLSON Ron Wrestling 10; D.E O. Club 11. 12. Yea Wrestlers LEROY PARNO • rrsfling 10. KRISTINE MARIE PETERS Kris V Club 10. 12; Drill Team 12; Ski ub 12; Thespians 10, 12; Spanish ub 12. TIMOTHY LEE PIEPKORN Tim nd 10. 11. 12; German Quit 11. 12; . Dub 10. 11. 12; Debale 10. II; ih Club 11. 12. DEIRDRE ANN O’MALLEY PrpCIub 10. 11, 12; Thespians 11. 12; German Club 10. 11. 12; Smoke Signal 10. JAMES WILLIAM OSLUND Oz Sophomore Class Pres.; Ski Club 11; S-nior Class V. Pres.; Student Council 12 SUSAN KAY OSMONSON Ozzie B» Squad Cheerleader; Pep Club 10; Choir 10. 11. 12.BRAD LEE PLANT Baseball 10. 11. 12; Football 10, 11. WILLIAM DANIEL POLK Bill BARBARA LYNN PRICE Barb Choir 10. 11, 12; Smoke Signal 12 Thespians 12: Declam 12; Gass Pla 12. Madame President SUSAN LEE PTACEK Kelly Pep dub 10, 11; G.A.A. 10. 11;' Science Gub 10. SHERRIE PATRICIA PUGH Pep Club 10, Treas. 11. Pres. 12; Mohian 11. 12; German Gub 10. 11; G.A.R.A. 11. 12; Choir 12; Student Council 12; Most School Spirit; Senior Class Sec. ALLISON LEE RASMUSSEN Al Pep Gub 10. 11. 12; G.A.R.A. 12; Library Hrlprr 12; Gymnastics 12. ROSEANN MARY RENNER Pep Club 10. 11. 12. SANDRA KAY RE I LEIN Sandv Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Band 10. 11. 12; G.A.R.A. 11. 12. CORA LIE ANN PUTNAM Cori Pep Gub 10. 11; Choir 10; Ski Gub 10. 11; Student G uncil 12; G.A.A. 10. 11.KEVIN CHARLES RICE Kcv )| «-kev 11; Wrestling 10; Football 10; t rman Club 10. MARY LOUISE RIGELHOF 1-OU Club 10. 12; Thrspians 12; Ski « ! iib 10. 11. NORMAN H. ROCKVAM Boots Football 10; Tennis 10. 12; M Club 11. 12; Choir 10. 11. 12; Student Council 11. 12: Math Club 11; Class Play 11. h2; Musical 12; Thespians 12. GERALD LEE ROELOFS Jerry 'Kooikill 10. 11.12; MClub 12;Thespi- nns 11. 12; Math Club 11; Basketball 110; Smoke Signal Jr. Editor 11. Editor In Chief 12; Choir 11. Council 12: N'at’l k uill and Scroll 11.12; Natl Honor So-kirty 11, 12; Natl Thespians 11; Most [Talented. BRADLEY JOHN ROYCE Brad Football 10. Biafra BRUCE CARL ROSKAFT German Club 10. 11. 12; Ski Club 10. 11. 12; Choir 11. 12; Golf 10. 12; Junior Class Play 11; Class Play 12. BARBARA JOAN ROSS Bain Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Cheerleader 12; Choir 10. 11. 12; German Club 11. 12; Math Club 11. JACOB CHARLES RUDNICKI Jay Cross (Country 10; Football Manager 11; Hockey 10. 11; Track Man-ager 10. 11. SUSAN MARIE RYE G.A.A. 10; Smoke Signal 12; Ski Gub 10. 11; Choir 10. 11. 12: Pep Club 10.MARK RAYMOND SAI.DEN Mark Ski Club 12. DAVID MAX SALTZMAN Track 10; Choir 10. 11. 12. FRANCES CATHERINE SAND Frank German Club 11, 12; Malh Club 11 12. A.C.T.'s, S.A.T.'s JEFFREY DAVID SHIJLTZ Dave Track 10. 11; Crow Country 11. and M.S.A.T.’s DIANE LYNN SATHER Thespians 10. 11. 12; Ski Club 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Math Club 11; Choir 10. 11. 12; Cl Pta 12; F.H.A. 12. PAIJLEEN MARIE SCHUTOEN Paul Pep Club 10. CLARENCE JAMES SCHROEDER Jim Debate 12; Cla.v. Play 12; Thespi-an 12; Mohian 12; Science Club 10; (Tioir 10. II. 12; Smoke Signal 11. MERYL SUE SINCHEFF Mini Choir 10. 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11; 'Thespians 12; Student Council 12; D.E O. 12. KATHY SCHULTZSHEILA KAY SKA RET Choir 10; Thespians 12; Pep Club 12; D E. O. Club 12. CHARLES JAY SLECHTA Charlie Electronics Club 11, 12. MARY DARLENE SMITH Smith Choir 10; Ski Club 12. NANCY BARBARA SOHNS National Honor Society 11. 12; D.E. 0. Club 11. 12. W JACQUELYN MARIE SOULE Jackie Tbrapuns 11. 12; Pep Club 10. 11; PUy 11. 12; Band 10. 11. College Applications GAIL MARIE SPLETTSTAZER Mohian. PARTIC1A JENNIE STEUX Pat Mohian 12. ELIZABETH S. STEVENSON Belsv Pep Qub 10; Ski dub 11. 12; Talent Show 12; Thespians 12; Mohian 12; Best Dressed. ARLENE JANE STROM Majorette 10. 11; F.H.A. 10; Student Council 11; D.E. O.MICHAEL JOHN TAFFE Mikr Football 10. 11. 12: Basketball 10. 11: Track 10: Batefadl 11.12; "M" Club 10. 11. 12. SANDRA LEE TAYLOR Sandy Choir 12; Band 10; Senior Class Play 10; Muhian 12; Smoke Signal 12; Pep Club 10; (German Club 10. Tournaments for CYNTHIA ANN TEETZEL Cindv Pep Club 10. 11; Ski Club 11. LOIS MARLENE TEMPLIN' Pep Club 10. 11; Sciem-e Club 10; German Club 11. 12. LYNN JACK! TERRELL Winnie Mohawkettrs 11. 12; Student Council 11; Pep Club 11. 12; D.E. O. 12; Ski Club 12; Claw Plav 10. PAULA LYNN TESSMER Pauls v Choir 10. 11. 12. DEBORAH THARP Debbv Pep Club 10. 11; Ski Qub 11. 12; Tho»pian II. 12; Smoke Signal 11. 12: Mohun 11. 12; Orman Club 11. 12; F.H.A. 12. CHER I LYNN THOMPSON Thespian 12; Pep (.Tub 12; (Jaw Pla 12. JAMES GERALD THOMPSON Jim Hockey 10.JODY SUSAN TOEPEL HANS JOACHIM TRIESELMAN.N (German Club 10. JEFFRY JON TILLOTSON Hockey and Basketball DON EDWARD TWEDT VICTORIA VIRGINIA TW EED Vicki D.E.AO. Club n, 12. JOYCE ELAINE UMBEHOCKER Choir 10. II; Prp Chib 10. II; G.A.A. 10; D.EAO. Club 12. CAROL THERESA VonENDE Pep Club 10. 11; Majorette 10. 11. 12; Red Cnm Club 12; D.E. O. Chib 12. CLINTON HOWARD VOORHEES Clinl Intramural Basketball 10. 11. 12; Trark 10; Crow Country 11; Wood-•b"f» Oub 12. STEVEN JOSEPH W AGNER Slnr Ski Club 11. 12; Spanish Club II. 12; Golf 10; Cb . Play 12.DAVID BRUCE WALDROFF Dave Basketball 10. II. 12; Baseball 10. 11. 12; "M" Club 11. 12. PATRICIA EILEEN WARD Pal Student Council Treasurer 10; Pep dob 10. 11. 12; Drill Team 11, Co-captain 12; Spanish Club 10. 11; Thespians 11,12; Ski Club 10. 11; Choir 10. 11. 12; (Jaw Play II: What Next? SHARON JEAN WARD Pep Club 10; Thespians 10; Choir 10 Ski dub 12; D.E. O. 12. FRANK W. WF.ILAND JR Baseball 10. 11. 12; Basketball 10. U: Galainaja 12; Intramural Basketball 10. KEVIN CLARENCE WEI LAND K.C Track 10. ELLA ROSE WELCH Brenda Pep dub 10. 11. W. KAE WHITING Pep dub 10; Office Helper 12. VICTORIA ROXANA VULKERSON Rockv WENDY JOAN VIILUAMSON Willy Pep dub 10. 11. 12; German dub 11. 12; Thespun 12; Choir 10.CONSTANCE LOUISE WILSON Choir 10; Pep Club 10. Sot Pictured GREGG BERGQUIST MARTIN KLECKNER TERESA UEN RONALD MAAS DANIEL RUTHERFORD STEVE SOLYST ABADI WOLDEGEBREAL Abi Student Council 12; Debate 12; Track 12; A.F.S. Foreign Exchange Student; Ski Club 12. KENNETH ODIN WONG Math (Hub 11; Spanish Club 12; Thespians 12; Choir 11. 12; Gass Play 12; Gass Flirt. Look to the Future WENDY LOU WORNER Pep Club 10. 11; Thespians 10. 12; Student Council 12; Mohawkettra 11. 12; German GUb 11. 12; Mo-hian Staff 12; Smoke Signal 11, 12; Senior Class Plav 10; Choir 10. 11. 12. RAY O. WRF.DBERG Robin D.E. O. 11. 12. EMIUE JOYCE WRIGHT Jovce Choir 10; F.H.A. 11; Pep Gob 10; Mohian Staff 12: Ski (Hub 12. MARLENE MAE ZOLDAHN Mar Choir 10. 11. 12.SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS, left to right: Jim Oslund. V. Pres.. Sherrie Pupli. Treas., Greg Madson, Pres.. Wendv Worner, Sec. Class of 69 CLASS COLORS: Red and White CLASS FLOWER: Sunflower CLASS MOTTO: Look to the rainbow; follow the fellow who follows a dream. The Senior Class Officers for 1968-69 were; Greg Madson. President, Jin Oslund, Vice-President, Secretary, Wendy Worner, Treasurer, Sherrie Pugh The officers were elected in the fall of the school year. In November, the Senioi Class sponsored the plav "Our Town” for their major fund raising activity, h January, 1969, in cooperation with the Student Council, they helped conlribut funds to a Biafra Belief Drive by holding a ’Hamburger Frv.” The major ri sponsibility of tin Senior Class was to make preparations for Graduation an Baccalaureate. The style of graduation announcements was decided by electiot early in the school year. The planning of the Senior Class Party was another n sponsibility handled by the officers and their advisors. Mr. Nielsen and Mr Babcock. In future years the Senior Gass Officers w ill be in charge o class reunions. 56Friends From Afar I Left to right: Andrrs. Abi. and Angie. At first I want to thank everyone here in Mound for everything you have done lor me — My teachers, friends, and especially my family, the Roelofs. You have all been so great and I will miss you very much when I return to Sweden. You have given me so much, much more than I expected when I discovered that I was going to spend a year here in Mound. I want to tell you about how I became a football player. Before school started I followed my brother, Jerry, to football practice. I met Coach Cherney and he asked me if I played soccer. I did. Then they wanted me to play as a kicker. I didn't even know what football was about. I practiced kicking and I got some chances to kick. 1 only wish that there would have been some more chances. Something more that was new for me was vour great school spirit. I have never seen such a spirit before and I hope you keep it forever. At last I want to thank you all once more and I hope to see you all again. Anders Englund Since I applied for the A.F.S. program, my hope of coming to the United States was becoming real. Hie main news came when I got a letter which brought me the award for w inning the one year scholarship. When I arrived in Mound. I had ideas that everything was different to me. But I got used to most of the things by the help of the school, friends, and especially my family, the Andersens, whom I think are the most wonderful people. I am happy to go back to Ethiopia, hut very sorry to miss you. Yet I hope we may meet again. Abadi Woldegebreal One of my greatest wishes was alwavs to see the United States and the American way of life. So I was very happy ami xcited when I learned that I would stay in Mound, Minnesota for a year. I had no idea what Mound would look like and I was very astonished when I saw Mound’s main street; expecting skyscrapers and "high life". But I was not disappointed because the beautiful landscape, tin- people, my schoolmates, teachers, the school spirit, even the football games have been good. Used to soccer, I had not a very high opinion about football when I watched it the first time. The only thing I saw was that everybody was falling to the ground and I was not able to follow the ball. I never dreamt that I could be so enthusiastic, holler, sing, and freeze for our team. I love the whole Worner family. I am so grateful to all of you for making this year the most interesting and unforgettable year that I have ever had. I really feel sad when I think of my return to Germany. 57 Angelika von zur Gat henCLASS Ct'T4JI S: Shcm Iverson ami Sieve GaJali. MOST ACTIVE; Vicki Anderson ami Sieve Moorre. MOST FEMININE AND ATHLETIC Man Dittrich and Turn Matson. Introducing the BEST UNKSSEl): Betsy Stevenson and Scott Bischke.Hall of Fame MOST SCHOOL SPIRIT: $fwrri«‘ Pugh and Bool Kixkvaih PERSONALITY PH.'S: Linda Lehman and Paul Irwin.BEST LOOKING: Becky Mueller an«l Sieve Jonr MOST TALENTED: l-aurir Lvckltolm in«l Jrrr Roelofs 60Underclassmen 63 Herbert Ackerman Steven Albrecht Sara Allenburg Paul Andersen Janet Anderson Joan Anderson Peter Anderson Barbara Andreasen John Arend 'Hie Junior Class Officers were elected in the spring of their sophomore year. As in other years, their main objective was to sponsor various money raising activities for the Junior-Senior Prom. During their first project, a pop-bottle drive, a substantial profit was made. A number of after game dances were also sponsored by the Junior Class. A new approach to fund raising was tried by the officers when they volunteered to clean the football field after home games. Their final source of profit was the spring musical. The Middle Men Rosemary Amo Mark Ash ('Juries Autry Shirley Boilcv Ronald Baird Ourln Barrett Polly Batchelor Marsha Batdorf Curtis Bee Randall Bell Thomas Bennett Bonita Bennvhoff Thomas Berrnl Beverlv Bergman n Glen Bergstrom Susan Riekford Bruce Birkeland Robert Blake David Bovd Pamela Brandenburg Steven Brick lev Frankie Ann Bruns laane Buckley John Ruehl I 64Girl IWil Vickie Bush Gay Carlin Roxanne Cates Dana (Ihabot Catherine Cheney Stephen Coleman Colleen Combs Alina Connell Kli .ilteth Coulter Carla Dale Denise Dantis Nancy Davidson Dennis Davis Samira Decker Ronald DeVinney Rolvrta Dickson Pat Donahue Choosing Class Rings Charles Donart Mickey Duehn Richard Dugstad John Eccles Wayne Kriekson Debbie Estenson John Ferguson l.uirir Floe James Fox Susan Frankie Steven Fredrickson Steven Friden Elizabeth Gagne Virginia Ganzol Beverly Garvais Steven Geyen Gordon Gilbertson Elizalieth Gilmore landa Gilmore G-on (ioodwaler Gene (Gordon Kathleen Gorman Channing Gove Wanda Gunion 65Debra Gustafson Roberta Hackl Walter Hagen Paula Haller Debra Hamlett Charles Hamlin Charlotte Hamlin Joseph Hamlin Rose Hammer Gene Hanson Phillip Hanson Terrence Hanson Glen Hardin Barbara Harvey Charles Heitz David Heitz Terry Heller Pamela Henderson Stephen Hendrickson Ture Hendrickson High Hopes for Prom James Henning Linda Higus Eloise Hintz Howard Hodena Norman Hoff John Hubbard Glenn llultstrand Patricia Hunt Robert Hyde Barbara Hven Clarice Iverson Pamela Jackson Diane Jacobson Daniel Jensen Judith Jensen James Jerdee I ebra Jean Johnson Debra Mary Johnson 66 Jeffrey Johnson Jill Johnson Karen Johnson Lawrence Johnson Joanne Jordan Jane Jostrom l ou Ann Kelly Amy Kepjwl Card Kleckner Charles Koecheler Mark Koecheler Margaret Koehler Linda Koehnen Steven Kochncn Toni Koerber Doris Kohls Solly Kopperud Debra Krause Daryl Krueger Sharon Krueger One Year Left . . . Keith Kullbrrg Barbara Kuschill Michael Kust Bradley landsman Nancy Linge Stephen Lisater Debbie Lalta Maren l-ittin Christine Laube Kevin Leckie Jeffrey Ijct. Richard I ee Judith Lien Steven Lindquist David l,ovaa»rn David Luby Linda Lundin Paul Magnus 67Sieve Major Rita Malcheski Diana Massengale Mark McClellan Eileen Me Kenney Leone Meredith Terry Meredith Sleven Merrill Karen Mey Daniel Miles Kathleen Miller Frank Mittelstaedt Linda Mross David Musgrove Michael Netka Donald Neumann Scott Nicholls Kristine Nielsen Ronald Nordstrom Collren Norton Charles Oberg Timothy Oglund Kristina Olsen Janet Olson Sean O’Malley Patricia Ortenblad Geraldine Often Douglas Owen Jerri Paasch Mary Palmer Constance Pearson Karie Pederson Lori Pederson Sally Pederson Robert Perkins Jay Peterson Cheryl Peterson Jefferson Petty Jon Pieper Gwen Placek Anthony Purvey Katherine Rand 68Eugene Rausch Rhonda Reilcin Charlien Kr lu Man Riffc Cindy Rii» Susan Rincs Robin Rome Mary Romness Sal lie Rust Bo d Ruud Patricia Schemau Jon Scherven I jury Shlasingr. Gretchen Schlutrr Nick Schmidt Susan Scholl Sharyl S hrader Cary Schrocdcr Timothy Schwartf Ginger Scott (Catherine Segner Cary Segner Robert Shaughnessy Roger Shaughnessy Michael Simmons Eljean Simon Daniel Sinner John Skinner Kim Skoog William Yale Smiley Diane Smith Sara Smith Thomas Smith Cynthia Smykabki Diane Soule Cloria Sopiwnik Douglas Strand Sf tt Suerth James Sullivan Deborah Sundlie Linda Swanson Margie Swan-on 69Frank Theobald Thomas Theisen Blake Thies Stephen Thorne Deon Tower Linda Udell John Valek Carol Vande Vcgte Kent Van Liere Linda Voorhee Connie Wall Craig Wallin Jacqueline Walters Wesley Walton John Wambeke Brian Batson Craig Weidenbach Amy Welch Laurel Welf Terry Ann Wheeler Bandy Wierson I aura Wilkes Diane Williams Joseph Williams James Wilson Gayle Wirtz Martha Woodward Kathleen W man Sol Pictured: Mark Boehlke Denise Combs Kathleen Conner Carol Gehrke Timothy Leighton Randall Niesen Owen Scheppman Mark Swenson Linda Thomas 70 JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS, left to right: I .auric Pedersen. Mary Romness. Kent Van Liere, John Ferguson.Dan id Abrahamson Robert Ahsenmacher Deborah AUcnburg Stephen Paul Andersen Bradley Anderson Karen Anderson Rebecca Anderson John Andreascn Debbv An din Mary Ellen Baert Judy Bailey Thomas Barren Terrence Bender Richard Ben ike Thomas Bennett "Educated" Underclassmen SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Andy Reese. Brad Kellogg, Shawn Ortenblad. and Jean Kaplan. Carol Bentr. Ann Berglund Eric Berglund John Berens Duane Bjerkass Dawn Blackowiak Steven Boerncr Scott Boettcher 71Ronald Bolduc Todd Borg Sandra Borgheiinck Elizabeth Bosigcr Thomas Boyd Kathleen Brady David Breen Nancy Brothorat Michael Brockopp Charles Broich Denise Bruhn John Bruzek Janet Brvce George Buehl Monty Bush Geri Garlt)oin Keith Carlson Sandra Carlson Finding a New Direction Steven Chase Karen Cheney Cameron Cole Mark Dallman Kathryn Daly Benito Davis Jaapielyn DrCuise Kevin Derry Richard Diegrc Bruce Dodds Sandra Dornsbuoh Debra Drews Michael Dudek John Kiss Anne Kills Thomas Kncvold Jane Knglund Shirley Erickson Lynn Eriksen Nicliolas Espiritu Ann Faaberg Jeffrey Faaberg Joseph Earley Shawn Featherston 72Robert Fischer Maxine Forester Man Friden IJnda Frye Vicky Gehrke Gail Geyen John Geyen William Gilbertson Kirltanl Gilmore Peggy Graeber Michael Gravellr Lorraine Gray Vicki Grim Richard Grundmeior Wayne Gunion Gregory Gustafson Robert Hadden Jacquelyn Hall On the Way to the Top Thomas Hawley Steven Heinsch Mark Helgoland Virginia Henderson Jeri Hesse Timothy Hicks Mardvn HilMink Judith Hodge William Hoefer Laura Hoff Javne Hubbard Deborah Hubbell John Jarnig C orilee Johnson Douglas Johnson Shelley Johnson Wendy Lynn Johnson Christian Jonsen James Just Jean Kaplan Frederick Kellogg Steven Kelly Honnibel Kickhafor Michael Kohman 73Roxanne Kowal Debra Kraemer Joseph Krotz Wayne Krueger Jessie Kurtz Brenda Kust Redginald Lambreeht Debora I-arson Kendall I .arson Mary 1 .arson Yvonne Larson Gan Ixr Sylvia Leipzig Donna Lien Lillian Lilledahl Jo Ullcgren Mark Lindblad Zoe l.indell Patricia Linden John I»bdell Drake Lorencr Peter Loven Micluel Lust Roliert Lyckholin Gregory Lyons Kevin McClellan Maureen McClure Kathryn McDaniel Jeanne Macias Jane Macnarnara Jack Mader Javne Magnus Leone Meredith Barbara Meyer Tracy Minder Rawnond Minnaugh Martin Moravec Joseph Morris 74Cynthia Nelson John Nelson Sandra Nelson Sandra Noreen Shelley Novak Steve Novak Nancy Oaa Jean Ohne$orge Phillip Olson David Orn Shawn Ortenblad Martin Overaon Farrell Paasch Gary Palesotli James Palmer Linda Pedersen Robert Pedersen Gregory Peterson Michael Peterson Terri Peterson Susan Piepkom Roseann Philippi I Jiyne Price Denise Prinu au Marsha Rainey Eleanor Rausch Robert Rawlings Andrew Reese Kathleen Rice Kevin Riley James Roberge Thomas Roberts Michael Roelofs Kevin Rolf Gail Ross James Roufs Searl Row Michael Rudh 75I» Shirley Runt ad Judith Salt man Paul Sandness Jane S hull John Shannon Mary Shaughnewy Marlin Shull Judith Sigafoos RumcII Simon William SinchefF Jam-1 Sinner Gregory Skinner Joan Smith Bruce S»hn Den n in Solyst Sunny Sipiwnik Allen Sorbo laiureln Speer Ann Stewart I June Strauh The Big Challenge Ava Strom Betty Stub! Carolyn Suerth Mark Sullivan William Taffe Gregory Tanem Barbara Taylor Linda Taylor Linda Tertzel David Templin Dean Tharp Jan Thies Carol Thomas Linda Thorne Brian Ttchy klau Trieselmann Julie Tukua Judy Twedl 76Olga llndrm David Umbchocker Steven Volek Krilh Van Licre Carole Walton Elisabeth Waltz Bernard W eiland Claire Weiland Rebecca Welch Craig Wendt Robert West Richard Wigner Raul Willette Joan Williams Kradlev Wolfe Vicki Womeldorf I.uanne Wong Hal Wood Susan Young Raul Zoldahn Not Pictured: Steven Arthur Andersen Gene Loftier Kathryn Ross -t 778" A" SQUAD FOOTBALL TEAM, left to nght. Hotr I: Ami. (Wh Furlong. C. RuHI. S. Galaii. D. Muagrove. J. Fox. G. Knott. Rou 2:11 c I Coach Chermry, Ami. Coach Hanley, S. Kellogg. T. Smith. G. Hardin, J. Ixe, M. Klei-kner. A. Englund. Rote 3: R. I jFavor J. Hamlin. G. HulUtrand, T. Berent. J. Korlofa. S. Moorrs. Scores M 0 U N D O o 20 O O 14 O O 7 13 Worthington 31 Lincoln 21 Robbinsdale 38 Minnetonka 75 Edina 25 Hopkins 41 Kennedy 38 St. Louis Park 27 Cooper The VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM, under the guidance of new coach Eugene Cherney, compiled a poor won-lost record hut never gave up battling their opponents to the final gun. The team was handicapped by injuries to several key players, the inexperience of some of the starters, and a new coach's system was also confusing for a while. Hie high point of the season was a 21-20 loss to peren-nial Lake power Robbinsdale on their own home field. ith a few breaks the game could have been ours. Next year’s team can lie expecttnl to improve w ith such players as Keith Kullberg and Bob Shaugnessy returning along with standout performers from a good' ll Squad” team. Bob Lind and I), (.arson were selected as most valuable back anil lineman respectively on basis of play for the season. 80 .How I: C. Gove, J. Skinner. M. Taffe. J. Behmler. N. S hmidt. Mgr. K. Hefty. How 2: P. Andersen, D. Owen, I). I-irvin. R. SFuugh-Dtwy. K. Kullberg, Asst. Coach Klomlie. Row 3: J. Scherven, C. Hamlin. P. Ia win. T. Matron, J. Ecch . Sol Pictured: Bob l.ind and Kirk Dodd . Varsity Football 81 Head Coach. Kugenr Oxrnrv {center) confer with Fii» assistants. John Blomlir (left) and Fred Hanlr (riphl).Co aplains Tom Matson ami Paul Lewin. Iradrm of llir Mohawks. Mound's Best . . . 82"B" SQUAD FOOTBALL TEAM, left to right. Kneeling: Mgrv R. Hadden and T. Brnnrt. Ron 1: J. N'rUon. T. Roberta. K. Drrn. B. Kellogg. B. Wolfe. G. Skinner. T. Hawley. R. Cnindmier. J. Krotz. J. Farley . H. Wood. Rote2: Coach Weber. B. Tichv M. hm on. D. Ahrahjumon. G. Lifler. C. CtMtafwn. T. IIrk . M. Dallnun. R. Lyrkhotm. M. Roekifs. A. Sorbo. K. M«OIIan. J. Roberge, A. Reese. Coach Cow. RowJ. JuM. J. Mailer. S Novak. S. Rime. P. Loven. D. SoKftt, I). Om. S. Chase. M. a»leman. C. ttrndt, S. Burner. J. l-obdrll. K. Nanliere. "B" Squad Shows Power The ”B” squad won only one conference contest, bui was never beaten badly in any game. They had a pre-season game against Litchfield, which they won handily by a 19-0 score, that helped them to prejxire for their Lake Conference foes. Coach Weber ably assisted by Mr. Cove fired life into a talent-laden team. Plavers like Andy Reese, Have Orn and Mike Koelofs showed enough promise to lx elevated to the varsity for a few games. This squad will be heard from in the years ahead. "B" Squad Scores M 19 0 O II 67 13 N 12 O D 0 Litchfield 22 Lincoln 13 Robbinsdale 18 Minnetonka 7 Edina 20 Hopkins O Kennedy 7 St. Louis Park 12 Cooper 83 ”B ‘ Squad Head Coach J»tt Wrbrr and aiumlant Bob Cow.CROSS COUNTRY TEAM, left to nfhi, Rou I: K. Cole. S. Coleman. G. Ijtt. M Buah. S. Korhnen. S. Hardin . N. Holloway. Rou 2: C urh Jrnkft, W. loind. A. lxr. I). Krurjjrr. B. Dodd . I). Chabut. J. Holloway. (1 Oblfg. Runners Work Hard Sloe Hardina. Nod Holloway. Daryl Krurpr ami Allen Ire time to improve their lime. Although our runners did not win a conference meet, they improver! greatly over the course of the season. Ex ample of this improvement are Steve Hardina and Daryl Krueger in the two mile run. Both boys broke the established school record of 10:45 in successive weeks with Hardina holding the new record of 10:30. According to (xtach Jenks, the team worker! hard but they were still short of the five or six good runners that it takes to win meets consistently. With four letter-winners returning next year. (loach Jenks may In close to having a winning team. ' 84L Anthony 37 dina 23 lopkina 48 linnetonka 39 Kennedy 26 t. Ijouis Park 26 Chaska 21 Cooper 29 Wrestling Results 12 32 24 0 11 3 12 2 U 29 24 8 12 17 17 N 17 15 18 W'aconia 38 (Golden Valley 30 Richfield 19 Eden Prairie 39 fVayzata 25 IJncoln 26 Rohbinudale " " Syl AD KhST LINO I LAM. l fi lo n A . Rom I J. Fox. F. John«m. K Onindmirf. I . Krurgit, M. Prtrrwn. T. Borg. Horn 2: ■ «« h HumirlL C. Brrg tn m. S. Moorr . T. Smith. P. I,r»in. I). Ijuxrn. j h Jrnk . .Vo pvturnl’ R Lind Hard Work Pays Off This year's Varsity Wrestling Team showed by their hart! work and desire that Mound could indeed compete favorably with teams from larger schools. 'Ilieir upset win over Edina in the first conference match upholds this fact. Although they did not win another conference match, thev added wins over Waconia and Eden Prairie.Coach Jenk demonstrates a technique. Position! Sloe Matters works hard in a practice session. Tltc match begins. 86 Glen Bergstrom and Frit Johnson work « ut. Tom Smith and Jim Fox show their skill.' B" Squad Wrestling B" SQt AD WRESTLING TEAM, left to right. Row I: C. Bruidi. M. Buah, K. VanLierc. H. Rawlings. J l-«»bdrll. R. Hadden. Row 2: C. I r. P. W illrttr. B. W riland, M. Luse, M. Rodof . Coach Run-ddL The Mound ”B" Wrestling Team, led by Mr. Kundell, won three matches, those coming against Waconia. Eden Prairie, and Golden Valley. Then? were many fine prospects for next year's varsity on the team. Some of these are Mike Luse, Chuck Broich, and Keith VanLiere. With a little1 improvement these boys can help to keep our wrestling team on the rise. I)j r I -ar»mi pul a liold on Daryl Krueger. VI RESTLINC COACHES, left to rifiht. Guv Jcnk . Edwin Rundcll 87 Mooen work for a rrvenul."A" SQl AD HOCKEY TEAM, left to right, Row I: T. Hawley. S. Hardina, 0. Skinner, M. Dalv. B. Wolf, B. Krllogg. J. Peterson. Rou- 2: L). Strand. J. Sullivan, D. A»lew n, C. Gove, J. Sehcrvrn, K La Favor. J. Henning, D. Owen. B. McGowan, S. Kellogg. J. Skinner, C. Block. Pucksters Gain Respect Even though tin Varsity Hockey Team won only one game and tied another in the Ltke Conference they still gave each team they played a g« od hockey game. The team sometimes showed flashes of brilliance. One of these was a hard fought 3-2 win over Hopkins. A trip to a Holiday Tournament resulted in a victory over Detroit Lakes 4-1. The biggest thrill for the team was the 2-1 double overtime victory over Orono in the district hockey tournament. They went on to make a fine showing against eventual state champ Edina before losing 7-2. There are manv fine players returning next year and there are high hopes for a few more victories. 88 HOCKEY COACHES, left to tight, Jrrry WVbrr. Pal Furlong.Hockey Scores hfield I vno I iyzata I ncoln I tbhinsdale innetonka I dina Kennedy I Detroit hikes Indus St. IA uis Park 4 2 4 4 6 3 12 5 4 2 6 1 1 1 2 0 1 0 2 1 4 3 M 0 u N D Hopkins Cooper Minnetonka Robbinsdale VTayzata Edina Kennedy Orono St. lAtuis Park Orono Edina Fighting for Victories Tom Hawley and Doug Owen skalr back on defeme. Owen. Hawley. LaFavor and Kellogg «url a n»h toward ihe net. Emerging Victorious 89Hitting the Boards Jirn Sullivan dears the puck from the boards. Scrapping for Loose Pucks Final Scoring Steve Kellogg Goals 12 Assists 8 Points 20 Doug Owen 7 8 15 Jon Scherven 8 3 11 Bob LaFavor 5 4 9 Tom Hawley 3 4 7 Jim Sullivan 2 4 6 Brian McGowan 0 6 6 Greg Skinner 3 0 3 John Skinner 0 3 .3 Oban Gove 1 1 2 Don Aslesen 1 0 1 Steve Haniina 0 1 1 Team 42 42 84 90 llorkct t'-aptnin. Steve Kelki B" syl AD IIOCKKY TEAM. Irft lo n hl. Ron I: K. Kotf. B. Andmoa. S. HrtnacK J. F«rfev. K. Triwrlman. Rou 2 Coach Chrrncy. K. Dwry, S Valck. B. Sohn , J. Nelson. K. MHldUn. T. hnrtolri. S. Bomcr. M. "B" Squad Hockey The "B" Squad Hockey Team managed lo hold its •wn against their opposition, compiling a 2-8-1 mark in conference action. Ia d by their hard-nosed, dynamic coach, Mr. Oierney. they fought and scrapped to gain the respect of the rest of the league. T here are a number ol fine varsitv prospects on the team who should help to improve Mound's chances on the ice in the luture. ”B" Squad Scores 5 St. Louis Park 2 Minnetonka 3 Lincoln 3 Kennedy 3 Edina 9 Richfield 2 ff'ayzata 2 IVayzata .5 Hopkins 5 Cooper 6 Robbinsdale 91-A" S l Al) BASKETBALL TEAM. left m right. Kneeling: B. Ok rn. Mgr.; C Obrrg. C. Wallin. T. Brat. Mgr. Standing: ;. Knoll. K. KuUbrrg. P Lovrn, K. Skoog, G. M.kImhi, T Mai on, S. Albrecht, C. IliiliMrand. J. II.milhi. H. Shaughnewy, M. Hilbdink. J. Y ilium . •’Vo 1‘ietured: I’. Andmen. G. Hardin. Basketball — A Season of Frustration The Varsity Basketball Team struggled through a year of disappointment in search of victories. 'Hie team, composed mainly of under classmen, fought against inexperience and the large numbers advantage other Lake Conference schools had on them. The team kept lighting throughout the season and managed to keep their spirits up in spite of a 1-15 conference record — 3-18 overall. Highlights of the season were a second place finish in the Delano Holiday Tournament and a 55 46 pasting of X ayzata in the last conference game of the season. In district 18 Mound won over Wacon-ia 44-23 and then gave Like Conference Champion Hopkins a scare before falling 69 46. 92 BASKETBALL COACHES, left to nght: ,Uum Athmorr. John Blomlir.Basketball co-captains Mike Hilbrlink and Tom Matson Matson scores on a jump shot Striving for Success "A" Basketball Scores Richfield Edina Hopkins Minnetonka Kennedy St. Louis Park Delano Orono Cooper Lincoln 83 68 91 50 67 74 54 55 71 52 38 33 38 34 41 57 58 48 37 40 M 0 U N D 35 30 45 25 45 29 63 55 44 46 70 Robbinstlale 65 Richfield 66 St. Louis Park 41 Wayzata 60 Lincoln 70 Robbinsdale 76 Kennedy '16 Wayzata 23 Waconia 69 Hopkins 93Mohawks fight for a rrltouiiri. Bob Shaughnms -orre a layup. Mohawks Scrap for Baskets Junior Varsity The Mourn) Junior Varsity basketball team was composed of eight to nine players from the varsity squad. Their main objective was to gain the experience necessary for them to make a contribution to next year’s varsity. Tom Matnon (31) amt (Jrrg Mad-on (25) foil atlrmptnl basket. 94"B” SQUAD BASKETBALL TEAM, left to right. Row 1: M. Ovmon. A. Sorbo. L Price, J. Mader.A. Rcew, I). Lornvr. M Lindlilod. Row2: J. Cryen. W. Hoefcr. W. TaJT C. Wendt. M. Helgoland, B. Tichy. C. UfTW. T. Bennetl. Coach Exd. "B" Squad Basketball The ”B” Sjuad Buskrthall Team, under ihe direction of Coach Exel. failed to win any conference games, hut showed by their hustle and improvement that they will be a group to be reckoned with when they become a part of the varsity team. Two of their losses to Minnetonka and to Wayzata were by the narrow margin of two points, a break in either game would have meant victory for a win-hungry ”IV team. "B" Basketball Scores Richfield Edina Hopkins Minnetonka Kennedy St. Louis Park Cooper Lincoln 57 62 67 47 68 53 66 61 30 25 25 45 38 38 27 30 M 0 u N D 46 29 25 49 26 43 37 56 66 Rohhinsdale 74 Richfield 49 St. Ijouis Park 59 Wayzata 56 Lincoln 75 Robbinsdale 73 Kennedy 58 Wayzata 95Mohawks at Work 9697Activities 99A group of senior guU ting "Puff, ihr M g Dragon” in «hr Homecoming Tiilrnl Show. Homecoming '68 Shrrrir Pugh helps lo prepare the Pep Club float. This year the excitement of Homecoming was accompanied by heavy rains which dampened the ground but not our spirit, ( ueen Becky was crowned in a program introduced novelly by Todd Borg and Jean Kaplan on Thursday afternoon. That evening the students displayed their many abilities in the annual Talent Show. The Homecoming parade, was presented on Friday afternoon in a fine mist of rain. In the evening, the annual bonfire and our brave Mohawks struggled gallantl against the dow npour. In the cold and wet and mud our team tried to ’’Crunch a Bunch of Orioles.” The one thing that could lx said about this year's Homecoming was that we were rained ’on” not "out.” The Orman Club's masterpiece. 100Escort Robert LindPrincess Deborah Jeanne Koerber and Escort Donald Aslesen Princess Deborah Jo Anderson and Escort Kirk Dodds Princess Mary Ann Dittrich and Escort Anders Englund Princess Patricia Ann Good and Escort Michael Hilbclink 102Princess Laurie jean Bryce and Escort Bradley Plant Princess Linda Marie Lehman and Escort Steven Kellogg 103 Flower Girl Lisa Mueller and Crown Bearer Mark Worner.S11 DEN I (.OlJiNt .11.. Irfi to riphf. Rou I: V. Anderson, S. Smith. M. Woodward. M. Sinrheff. S. Pugh. S. Novak. I). Anderson. Row 2: W. Worncr. A. von xur Galhon, G. Nordhlom, J. Ohnroorge. I.. Hoff. K. Oben. V. Ganzel, R. Mueller, Mr. Schlichting. Row 3: J. Alexander, G. Schluler, M. Dittrich, I Or lenhtad. I'utnam, M. nder»on, J. Krotz. Rou I: G. laf. K. Burak. T. Grovos N. Rcxkvam, S. Bo itdicr. J. Oslund, S. Kellogg. H. Shaughnessy. Row5: K. I-irson, . W'oldrgrbreal, C. Gove, I.. Gronvold. J. Nelson. M. Overson. T. Bender, A. Knglund, G. Knott. Exercise in Government STl’DENTtXH NOL OFFICERS, left to right: J. Alexander. Vice President; V. Anderson. President; J. Ohnesorge. Secretary: G. Schluler, Treasurer. This year’s Student Council carried out many successful projects throughout the year. A lot of planning and work made Homecoming and the A.F.A. Fiesta memorable events. 'Hie old Snow Days project was revived with a coronation and road rally. The winning of the office of Treasurer of the State Student Council sent our representative, Gretchen Schluler, to the NASC Convention in Baltimore. Maryland. New projects were a computer dance in March and the purchase of Lake Conference flags to be on permanent displav in the auditorium. Hie year ended with a successful drive for starving Biafrans. 10RED CROSS CLUB. Irfl to right. Rou I: D. Combs, Mrs. Lindquist, S. Rust. Row 2: P. llallrr. K. Gilmore. V. GanzH. J. Alexander. S. Smith. Service and Aid The Red Cross Club's main objective is to give service in the community. Many of the girls did candy striping at Waconia Ridgeview Hospital and Watertown Hospital. They also entertained the old people at the Twin Birch Nursing Home in Mound. At holiday time they made special tray favors to brighten up the meals at these institutions. RED CROSS CU B OFFICERS, left to right: S. Smith. Vice Presidrnt; E. Gilmore, Treasurer; V. Ganzrl, Secretary; J. Ah-xandrr. Prruidrnl. 105M (.'Ll B. left to right, Hnu I: J. IMiinlrr, S. Hardin . E Hrfly.J. Skinner. A. Ire. I). Krucgrr. N. Holloway. K. Dodd . Row 2: Coach HaddorfT. M. Daly. B. McGowan, F. Johnson, N. Rnkum. J. Kudmrki, S. Kellogg. J. Shrrvcn, S. Mooer . I). Owen. C Clark, J. Ferguson. J. Jerdee. M. Hilbrlink. K. I.indlan. I). Linum. Ron 4: K. l-i Favor. I . Lrwin, M. Frevrrl. I). Wakhirf. T. Matson. K. Lind. M. Taffr. G. Madton. Magnificent Men and Their Letters M CU B OFFICERS, left to nghi S. Kellogg. President; S. Mooer . Secretary; P. Irwin. Vicr President; T. Matson, Treasurer, The M Club has math its presence known again this year. Early in the school year they helped with Home-coming anti sponsored the bonfire. 'Hie red M Club letter jackets were a familiar sight again this year as they sponsored various fund raising projects to provide money for athletic t quipment. They sponsored the Annual Mount! Relays anti coronation anti co-sponsored the April 23rd Award Banquet. In general they have worked hard this year to develop sportsmanship, loyalty, anti school spirit. 106PEP CLUB, left to right. Row I: L. Pederson, C Surrlh, I). Lien, S. Ortenblad. J. Thies. K. Fridrn, M. Hilbrlink. G. Henderson, S. Pugh, P. OrtenbUd. Row 2: C Nordblom, P. Schernau. C. Hczfat, M. Dittrich. T. Koerber, K. Mey. K. Olson. A. (Jove, M. Hosfidd, I). Anderson. L l-chman. K. Gagne, B. Ko» . (J. Schlulrr. K. Pederson. Rou 3: S. Bines. D. Floe. G. Ganrel. S. Pederson. M Woodward. L Floe, S. Dit truer. I- Messer, P. Ward. K. Mueller, D. Koerber. K. Peters. D. Harrington. M. Gilmore. Row 4: P. Good, V. Anderson. J. Andrrson. I). I-ilia. (1 Wall. B. Garvai . V. Walters, B. Lewi . ’.. Berge. P. Nelson. W • W illiamson. D. Sather, L Brvre.C. Jonnson. J. I.illigren. Row5: A. Rasmussen. E. Foreier.S. Reilein, L. Hartman. R. Renner. G. Berglund. . Graeber.G. Koechler, C. Thompson. S. N'oreen. Row tf;C.Cofnm. J. Johnson. T. Carlson. N'. Lmgr, B. Gilmore, J. Gibson, M. Bosiger, L Backstrom. E. Aune. M. RiglehoH. C. Hillman. S. l-eip jg. N. Oas. J. MacNainara. L Teit el. B. Kusf. T. Purvey. Row 7: J. Paasrh. J. Johnson. J. Williams. D. Bruhn. R. W elch. L Meredith. I). I arson. L Taylor. M. Koehler. I). BUckowiak. S. leiprig. S. Erickson, M. McOurr, K. Daly. K. Brady, F. W eiland. Row 8: K. Wyman. R. Hack 1.1). Massengale, C. i ale. J. Macias. L Speer. P. Linden. B. Taylor, W. Johnson. L Lilledahl. J. Magnus. J. Twedl. G. Ross. J. Scholl. S. Piepkorn. K. Cheney. P. Graeber. J. Anderson. L Thome. L I 'dell, K. Nielson, L Grey. C Thomas. Y. I-arson, C. Nelson. B. Stubbs. S. Dornsboch. J. Smith. J. DeCuise, B. Meyer, R. Anderson. I). Amlin. J. Ohnenorge. M. Ellis. Row 9: R. Reilein. (.. (Urlhnm. J. Bryce, E. W allz. E. Bosiger. M. Shaughnes-ay,S. Sopiwnik. A. Ellis. A. Stuart. C Weiland, S. Novak. A. Strom. V. W'omridorf. S. Johnson, N. Rockvam. Row 10:1). DantLs. B. Andreason. B. Berg-mann. r. Bruns. L. laindin. D. Hamlett, S. Krueger. L. Straub. A. Welch. S. Smith. L Gronvold. Rooters Rally This year ihe Pep Club began the practice of wearing uniforms consisting of red wool jumpsuits worn with white, long sleeve turtlenecks. Besides their traditional activities, the Pep (Huh. with the aid of the Spirit Revolution, organized a Homecoming parade down the main street of Mound complete with floats and the high school hand. The group was also active in Snow Hays. 'l he year ended with a banquet at which next year’s officers were elected. PEP CLUB OFFICERS. left to right L Pedersen. Treasurer. S. Pugh. Prod drnl; Mm. Miller. Advisor. C. Swrth, Secretary; P. OrtenbUd. Vice PresidentGERMAN CLUB, left to n ghl. Rou I: J. OUon. M. Woodward, L Mexer.C Krzba. B. Brrgmann. V. Anderson. F. Sand. L l-rhman. A. von rur Galhrn. Rou 2: Mm Ferguson. I). Knemrr, J. Magnu . M. Mi. hi. I . Ndaon, B. Amlrrwon, W. Worner, A. SVIdi, N. I«ingr. B. hu hill Row 3: S. Dittmcr, (1 Dale. S. Bahai . G. Brandenburg. I lluhbrll. J. Johmon. L I’nlenen. L. launbreehl. W. Willian«on. Row 4:}. Johnson. I . Orlenldad. D. Sal her. D. Danli . I). K« hU. L Wrlf. J. Carbon. S. Rye. B. Rom, R. Mueller. Row 5: k. Jensen. R. Mora vie, I). Tharp. L . Abrahamson. (1 Meyer. L Templin. B. Lrwis, C Berg . T. Carbon. Row 6: L S-hlasinger. A. Ruse. B. R »kaft. A. Englund. F. Johnson. M. Anderson. T. INepkorn. M. Netka, C Wallin. R. Davia. Germans Gather GERMAN CM B OFFICERS, left to n (ht: A. Englund. irr-Prwidml; A. von zur Gat lien. Seerelarv-Treasurer; R. Mueller, President. Tin Orman Club was given an added boost this year by two of the foreign students at Mound, who were officers in the club. Angie, from Germany, and Anders, from Sweden, gave us better understanding of German and Europe an customs. Activities of the year inc luded the annual German-Spanish Christmas party, a Homecoming float which featured a German cuckoo, and a successful booth at the A.F.S. Fiesta. German potato salad, kuchen, tarts, and root beer were sold. 108SPANISH CLlIB, left to rifiht. Rou I: L Barkstrora, J. Gibson, K. Friden, C Suerth. G Hillman. L. Hartman, B. Flock, M. Hosfield. Row 2: B. Kmt, E. Aunr. J. Anderson. G. Sopiwnik. C. Iverson. I). Combs, G Nordblom, S. Iverson. I). Floe, Mr. Macias. Row 3: S. Kinr-. S. Pederson. R. (into . M. Palmer. M. Morse, A. Gove. G l-aulie. P. Schernuu. Row 4: K. Gilmore. L I doll, N. Schmidt. L Straub. V. Ganzri, K. Bcsso, E. McKrnney, W. Johnson. S. Orton-blad. Row5: K. Nielson. J. Alexander. K. Gorman. S. Bricklry, G. Schluter. I). llamlHt. K. Mry, G Thomas. Row 6: R. Hackl. G Autrv, B. Olsen. S. Wag-nor. K. Skoog. J. Ferguson, G Oberg, K. Wong, I). Oas. Spaniards Assemble The Spanish Club began the year with their annual trip to La Casa Coro-nada in November where they sampled authentic Mexican food. In December they co-hosted the Spanish-German Christmas party. Late in the winter they were fortunate to see Flamenco dancer Jose Greco in concert at Northrup Auditorium. The Spanish Club rounded out their year of activities with the A.F.S. Fiesta. They added something extra by decorating their booth in an authentic Spanish manner. SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS, left to nght: M. Hosfield. President; S. Ortenblad, Treasurer: J. Alexander, Vice President; K. Nielson. Secretary. 109D.E. and O. CLUB, left to right, Row I: L Rarkatrom. G. Mjgnuaon. P. Good, M. Sinchrff. K. Heath. S. Ward. Row 2: L Terrell. J. Irvine. J. Soule. J. Major, S. Skaret. Row 3: Mr. Furlong, A. Strom, G. Kocchclcr. N. Klerkner, J. Umbehocker. S. Erickson, S. Anderson. Row 4: S. Betzen. N. Sohns. P. Colmun. R. Olson. W. Ilirks. R. (Joud. Row 5: G Thompson. R. W'redberg. S. Kellogg. B. McGowan. S. Bischke. V. Tweed. Persuasive People The D.E. and 0. Club was involved in several money raising projects in order to attend the annual .State Leadership Contest held in March of this year. Among the events planned to help raise the money were a dance on Jan. 24th and the sale of Christmas items made by students in Mrs. Burton's classes. Also planned for this year was the Employer-Employee Banquet at which the Employers were presented with plaques from the students. Mound’s Debate Team proved to lx tough competition this year, w inning rounds of debate at St. Cloud, Gusta-vus Adolphus, Kennedy, and Osseo. The biggest debate meet was the tournament at U of M. The largest in the Upper Midwest. The "Negatives” chalked up 4 of 5 rounds, defeating Richfield, Robbinsdale, Columbia Heights, and Minnehaha Academy. The Affirmative team defeated Little Falls, giving the team a full, winning year under Mr. Nelson’s guidance. DEBATE. Ir t to right, Row I: B. Meyer. V. Womddorf. G. Kr lu. G Mryrr. B. I.rwri. A. von zur Gathrn. Row 2: Mr. Nelson. K. Brwr, D. Tharp. I). Cha-bol, R. IVrkin . G Schrordrr.THESPIANS. left to nfHt. Rou I: L Ukm. J. Marnamara. k. Rice. K. Cheney.T. Borg. B. Fleck. M H«6eM. Andcr .n. E. Aunr. Row 2: S. Sop w-nik, B. Brrgmann. K. Ivenon.C. Itono, P. Good, D. Harrington. B. Androicn, I . Nelson. Mr. GulbrandMin. Rou 3: H. Worner, J. IW-ium1, D. Krarnv er, J. England, L. Bryce. T. Ohinann. M. Sinchrff, W. Williamson, J. Soule. Row 4: R. Anderson, L Brrglumt. J. OhncMfge. M, Rigellioff. K. MclknifL J. Tukua. M. McChirc, j. Amlreasen. K. Brssr. P. Davis. Rou 5: J. Lillegren. . Ganzd, J. W alters, K. Peters. S. Bet7.cn. I). Dantis. C. Nordbkim, N. lunge. E. Gilmore. Row 6: D. Tharp, L. I.yckholm. R. Hackl. T. CarUon. J. Johnson. G. Thomas. I). Sather, Thompson, C. Johnson. G. (urlltom. Row 7: R. IVr-kins. M. Roelofs, C. Schroeder, K. Wong, G. Roelofs. M. Frrvert. A. Purvey, F. Johnson, N. Roekvam. M. Ellis, I). Oas. Theatrical Talent Tin Thespians kepi very busy this year by helping with the class plays, taking in several shows, and presenting old time movies at the A.F.S. Fiesta. Some of the members performed in Our Toun and The Music Man while others helped with makeup, costuming, and publicity. Field trips were taken during the year to attend the movie Star and the stage play Fiddler on the Roof. By showing Laurel and Hardy movies and selling popcorn the Thespians raised money for foreign students at the A.F.S. Fiesta. The Thespian banquet ended the year with awards being given to the students who had done the most work during the year. THESPIAN OFFICERS, left to , .. ,, ...... drni; K Be -. SorrcUry ™ A 1 M Horrid. I r«.- IllMATH CLUB. Irf( to fifthi. How I: B. Meyrr. K. Mueller. A. Von zurGathen. C. R«ba, E. Aune. F. Sand. Row2: V. Womcldorf. C. Meyer. H. Lewi . T. Curlton. J. Johnson. K. NieUon. S. Baba lx. RowMr. Siniondel, T. Picpkorn. R. Davis, M. nderson, C. Obrrg, K. Perkins. B. Olsen. R. Morav - A Close Look at Mathematics The Math Club's most important activity was to prepare for the National Mathematics Test. Old tests were reviewed by the members and their questions were answered by Mr. Simondet. This year the club became interested in computers. They looked into the possibility of obtaining a teletype machine which would be connected to a computer in Minneapolis. Although the details couldn't be finished this year, the club hopes to get the machine next fall. 112 MATH CLUB OFFICERS, top to bottom. B. Olsen. Pre i-drni; T. Cartoon. Vice President; C. Rrzbo. Secretary T reaturer.F.H.A. CLl B, left to right. How I: E. Coulter, I). Combs. C. Iverson. M. Gilmore. I). Tharp. C. Pearson. Row 2: I . Haller. J. Olson. Mrs. Stockton. I). Salhcr, L. Udell. II. Home. Future Homemaker's of America The F.H.A. was active in a limited number of projects. In the Fall they attended the District F.H.A. Convention in Lakeville, Minnesota, ilariece Iverson, president of the Mound F.H.A. Club, ran for the office of vice-president, •oming in a close second. Also the F.H.A. girls vent to Rolling Acres Mentally Retarded Chil-Iren’s Home, which took much preparation and tard work. The annual Fashion Show was pre-■lented successfully this Spring. An added honor his year was having Janet Olson w rite an article or Teen Times Magazine for the club. F.H.A. OFFICERS, left to right, Rou I: C. Pearson. Parlianwmtarian-Historijui; M. Gilmore. Recreation leader; E. Coultrr. Secretary-Trcoaurer. Now 2:1). Comb . Vice President; C Iverson. President. 113BAND, left to riff hi. Row I: A. Fuherg, A. Bcrglund. L. Hart men. J. Fnglund. Row 2: S. Kedrin, C Nordblom, S. Frankie. D. Abrahamwin. J. Ohncaorgr. J. Kaplan. Row 3: J. Johnson, B. Meyer, M. Overaon, J. iMIuiv. M. Romnnaa, T. Brndcr. T. Pirpkom. L. Pedrnrn, D. Lorence. Row 4: C. lambr, C. Hannan. I . Linden. E. McKenney. L. lainiiin. W. Johnson, I). Breen. T. Borg. D. Johnson. Row 5: G. Knoll. G. Hulbtrand. J. Ferguson. R. Moravec, I. Gronvoltl. P. Ia»ven. BAND OFFICERS: M Roranras. Vice-President. G. Knott. Preai-deni, A. Faaberg. Secretary-Treasurer. The Concert Band kept itself very busy this year. In the fall it inarched at every home football game and in the winter it played at the home basketball games. Two con certs were presented, one at Christmas time and another in the spring. The band took a tour of northern Minnesota in March. To raise money for this trip it sold fruitcakes at Qiristmas and held an antique sale and roast beef dinner in the spring. The sale took place under a giant tent in the school parking lot. In May the band hosted the Brain-erd High School band in its visit to Mound. 114BAND, left to right, Row I: C Meyer, J. Anderson, Si Smith, V. Womeldorf. Row 2: J. Ratio. C. Dale, B. Lews, I . Nelson. A. Sorbo. P. Anderson. Row3: J. Bniwk, L. Gray. K. Keilein. J. 1-obdell. J. Fo . K. VanLiere. Rou 4: K. Carlton, S. Mittrfctaetfc, M- Daly. J. Petersen, S. Albrecht. C Wallin. S Boettcher. S. Wagner. J. Johnson. K. Van Li ere. M. Betzler. Row S: D. Drew . A. Stewart. B. Bennvhoff. Mr. McIntyre. McIntyre's Musicmen A few senior hand member sit in on a planning session for their band lour. Thr band take an active part even as spectators at the football games. IISCONCERT CHOIR. Irft to right. Row I: M. Palmer. G. Brandenliurg, S. Pedersen, C Nordblom. I . Ward. S. Pugh. V'. Anderson, M. Hosfield. L. I.akin. Rou- 2: K. Nielson, L. Krllv, V. Camel. K. Gagne. I). Dickey. B. Andreusen. R. Dickson, W. Worner. Row 3: D. Strand, S. Tavlor. B. Ross. J. Walter . G. Often, A. Keppel, A. Welch. P. Tessinrr. Rou 4: L Lindell. D. Larson. 1). Chabot. C. Obrrg, D. Davis. I). Lovaaaen, G. Hardin, N. Rockvam. CHOIR OFFICERS, Ifft to right: C. Obrrg. Asst. Treasurer: R. Mueller, Secretary; D. ljrson. Treasurer; G. Hardin, Vice President; S. Pedersen. Asst. Secretary; S. Mooers, President. Concert Choir 116CONCERT CHOIR, left u right. Rou I: N. Davi fcon, L Uhman. I). Andmon, A. von znr Galhrn. K. Hint , C V mb». T Ohmann. S. Bahai . R. Mueller. Rou 2: M. U oodward. I). Sundbe. S. Rin», P. Hunt. L. Ildutch. I). Salhrr. S. Osmomon. J. Oava . R Ha. kl Rote 3: S. Hoff. M. Sinrlvrff. M. Zoldahn. K. Olaen. S. Rye. P. Henderson. L. Lyckholm. B. Price. R. Cloud. K. Wong. Kou 4: B. Olarn. J. Sdvocder. N Holloway. K. l-irson, A. Englund. H. Ro» kaft. G. Roelof . C. Wridenhach, T. Malmn. In October the Concert Choir took part in the Homecoming Coronation ceremonies. From that time on it kept busy with many appearances. During the Christmas season the choir sang at Minnesota Federal, Midland Bank. Southdale Shopping Center, and Edge-water Apartments. On December 19 they presented the Christmas concert. February 18 marked the date for the annual talent show, this year titled. 'Sign of the Times.” Ilie end of March brought with it the beginning of a short weekend tour to Wisconsin. In May the choir hosted the Region Vocal Contest and finished its performing season Mav 25 at the Baccalaureate services. CHOIR COUNCIL, left to right: S. Hi nr . C. eidenlui'li. G. Roefofft. W. WoTMT. 117SOPHOMORE CHOIR. Irfllo riftht. Row I: J. Twcdt. J Hall, K. Rradv. M. Hilbrlink. A. Strom, E. Ronigrr, J. Marias. K. Rior, A. ElUs.S. Novak. L. Taylor. R. Sluhbs. Row 2: J. Hodgr. I.. Wong. I.. Slrauti. T. Minder. I.. Pedersen. I). Primeaii. S. Sopiwnik, C. Wetland. Y. I«»r on, G. Garlbom. G. Ross. J. Rrvrr. Row 3: S. Norern. J. LiUigrrn. W . Johnson. C. Nrlson. 1). Linmn. D. Rlackowiak. D. I.irn. M. Kridrn. V. Henderson. K. McDaniel, J. Saltzinan. J. Thirs . Ron 4: M. Rudh. A. G. I-vorn. P. Zoldahn. W. Ilorfrr. R. Hadden. M. Roelofs. J. Jarnig. S. Novak. M. Hrlgrtand. The Lost Chord IV proper mclhod of singing lakes ktls of practice. The Sophomore Choir’s main objective was to prepare itself for membership in the Concert Choir. To do this they practiced sight reading, pronunciation of vowel sounds, and breath exercises. Iliis led into the proper method of singing a song. To demonstrate what it had learned, the Sophomore Choir sang at the Christmas concert and at the spring concert. 118"B” BAND, left to right, Rou I: D. Johnson, R. Kowel. D. Krarmer, R. Anderson, S. Johnson, K. Cheney, L Thorne, J. Andreasen. Ron 2: K. Rolf. D. Hubbell, K. Dak, R. Baird. L. Price. R. Nordstrom, B. Tichy. Row 3: R. Hyde. S. Feathers ton. K. Bcrglund. D. Soule. R. Lyckhobn. Mr. Mclntvrc. Band Notes The "B" Band is preparatory for Concert Band. During the year Mr. McIntyre gives frequent tryouts for entry into the Concert Band, and much lime is spent working on skills. 119Life, Marriage . . . Mr . Wrbb (Connie Nordblom) ami Mr . GBib (lM»Ur ( » • talk over thrir rhiltbrn' problem . tunilv Webb (Laurie Lvrkbolm) lets her father (Mark Frrverl) in on a secret. Jem Korlofs prrparr publiritt for the plav. Sim in Stimson (Roots Rockvem) practice with the church cl if The Senior Class Ray in the fall was Ou Town, an interesting drama, full of challenge fo an acting group. It took place in a typical Nev hngland town called Grover's Corners. The thre» acts consisted of portrayals of daily life, marriage anti death in the town. Along with these scenes,; stage manager gave a narration and comments on the habits and ideas of the people. Mound actors provided some thoughtful performances and interesting scenes to make a successful and entertaining play that went smoothly and convincingly. 120'IV Stag Manager (Robb I-aFavor) prrformn the mar-riagr ctremonji for Kmilv Wdbb (Liurir l.sckholm) ami Gmrpe l ibt» (Tony Purvey). Mr. (•ulbr.iml-xin takrs a break during rriteantals. Cast Stage Manager.......................................Robb LaFavor I)r. Gibbs.....................................Ferner Johnson Joe Crowell.........................................Steve Wagner Howie Newsome..............................................Lance Gronvold Mrs. Gibbs.........................................Debbie Oas Mrs. Webb.....................................Connie Nordblom George Gibbs................................................Tony Purvey Rebecca Gibbs...............................................Jean Kaplan Wally Webb...........................................Todd Borg Emily Webb................................................Luirie Lyckholm Professor Willard........... ........................Kirk Besse Mr. Webb....................................................Mark Frevert Simon Stimson.................................Norman Rockvam Mrs. Soames........................................Jackie Soule Constable Warren............................................Mike Roelofs Si Crowell.................................................Scott Boettcher Sam Craig....................................................Jim Schroeder Joe Stoddard................................................John Andreasen 1st Baseball Player..........................................Ken Wong 2nd Baseball Player........................................Kevin Leckie 3rd Baseball Player.........................................Bill Hoefer Lady in the Box...............................Mary Shaughnessv Mr. Carter........................................Mark Dallman Another Man Among the Dead............................Gan Lee Student Director....................................Diane Sathcr Director.....................................................Mr. Gulbrandson 121SMOKE SIGNAL. Irft to right, Row I: L. h-lunan, E. Aune, V. Androon. I). Arolin. Row 2: W, Worncr, R. Mueller. I). Kraemer.J. Knglund. L. Lam-brrchl. Rou 3: J Mcxanilr-r. V. omrUJorf. B. Mr er, S. Johnson. J. Ohnrwirpr, S. Tax lor. B. Pri4T. I). 'Huq). V. Cancel Rou 4: S. Moocn., W. Lund. G. Ilot'lofu, I). CJmImiI. Printer's Ink SMOKE SIGNALS EDITORS. Irft to right, SeatrdG. Kurlof . S. Moom. Stand ing: D. Tharp, L Lehman. R. Mueller. This year the Smoke Signal changed its printing operations from Wayzata to the Sun Newspaper plant in Hloomington. The result of this was the use of colored pictures in the paper. The Smoke Signal concentrated more this year on magazine type articles than on straight news stories. The editor, Jerry Koelofs. felt that articles on current events which affect the students had just as much a place in the newspaper as stories on school activities.Jerry Rorlofs works on an article for the next issue of the Smoke Signal. Sandv Taylor and Wendv Worner look over the pictures they will use with their arlii-les. Editor in Chief. . . . Associate Editors . . Exchange Editor. . . Sports Editor...... Junior Editors .... Features Fashion......... pot pourri...... What's Happening Baby Boy X ...... Reporters........... Artist............. Photographers . . . Business Managers Advisor........... ..................Jerry Roelofs ................Vicki Anderson Wendy Worner. Debbie Arolin .................Linda Lehman ..................Steve Mooers . . . Dana Chabot, Charlien Rezba .................Becky Mueller .................Linda Lehman ................Vicki Anderson ...................Sandy 'laylor ......Barb Meyer, Ellen Aune Jean Ohnesorge, Debbie Kraemer Ginny Ganzel, Vicki Womeldorf CoraJee Johnson, Shelley Johnson Jean Kaplan. Jane Alexander Bill Lund. Deb Tharp ...............LiRae Lambrechl Tony Purvey, Tracey (iarlson ........Bill Lund, Eric Lindell .....Becky Mueller. Deb Tharp ....................Susan Kyllo 123MOIflAN EDITORS, left to rijtht. Hou I. S. Boiui L Mhmv, J. 1- ! rhnun. Rom 2: B. OWn. R MuHlrr. W. Warner. B l w». Editor, Jrnmr LorUon, lay nut ihr drdw «tmn page. Recording a Year of Happenings Wendy Wororr and Linda Ldiim pul in long hour on ihrir •rrlion ADVERTISING SECTION, U iiorytKi. Hou 1;G Umoo. I) Harrington. R MurlW. K Ivman. Rom 2:|. Johnoon. L Floe, S. Tltlor, T. Carbon. S. KnirgTT.ACTIVITIES SECTION, left to right. Ron I: S. BaUtt, P. Schrrmwi. L Umbmrhi. Raw 2: B. Andrawn, C. Oak . L. Voorhees. Editor............... Faculty Editor....... Senior Editor........ Underclassman Editor Activities Editor.... Sports Editor........ Advertising Editor . . Index Editor......... Photographers........ Artist............... Advisor.............. .....Jennie Carlson .... Wendy Worner .....Linda L‘hman .....Linda Messer .....Sandy Bahatz ........Brian Olsen .....Becky Mueller .........Barb Lewis .....Haga Studios. Bill Lund, Bay Davis . . LiBae Lambrcchl .........Ervin Muth SENIOR SECTION, left to right. Row I: M. Woodwrard. L ls-hin.ui. C Bcrgr. Row 2: E. Stcvauton, J. Wrighl. T. Ohmann. As in past years, the Mohian staffs main objective was to compile a record of the school year’s activities. They took pictures of concerts, plays, classes, sports activities, and special v bool functions. These along with short de - -riptions of the activities made up the year-1 ok. This year’s Mohian featured color on the • -ction divider pagi’s and a silver scholastic me • all ion on the cover. The Mohian provided students interested in mrnalism, photography and graphic arts with n opportunity to work in these fields. FACULTY and UNDERCLASSMEN SECTIONS, Uft to nght. Row I. V. CameL L Mrmrr. U Worner. I). Tharp. Row 2: P. Strllo. P. Lmiholm. D. Humlrtl, C. SpIrlUUnzrr, M. Koehler. L 125LIBRARY HELPERS. It ft to right. Row I: N. Frrd.MlL K Peters, S. Bdzcn, L Baclutrom, A. RaamusM-n, S. Leipzig, E. Gagne. Ron 2: T. Bruckopp. K. Gagne, C Wil»on. S. Ward. G. Wirtx, M. Bonder, J. Joatrom, P. Donahue. Willing Workers The Office Helpers helped with some of the paper work in the school office during their study halls. They issued passes, sorted mail, ami relayed messages to students and teachers. At Christmas time tin secretaries gave eac h girl a purse mirror in appreciation for her help. The Library Helpers assisted Mr. Erickson in the library. Most of their work consisted of sorting and check ing out books and finding magazine's to help students i their studies. OFFICE HELPERS, Irft to right: S. Taylor, J. Alexander. M. Anderson, P. Jackson. D. Bmhn. K. Whiting, D. Oa». 126 ft to rizht, R°h ®e unlpr» S. Cilbertaon. E. Hefty. M. Bush. S. K» ll Rou 2: J Johnson. S Thorne. L Johnson, ( Bee Ron J M CTACECR . j frdra, T. B -rrnl Dalv. C. Buell. C. Koekn . TTie responsibilities of the Stage Crew include handling lights and microphones and setting up the stage at school programs. They make sure that talent shows, plays, and school assemblies have all the proper stage effects. and Science Club Science Club members worked individually on projects which wen entered into competition in the spring. Annually the Minnesota Academy of Science sponsors a competition for research projects and papers, this year's projects involved the use of rats in a trichinosis experiment, thyroid hormone experiment, and an intelligence test where rats were observed following a maze. Science Qob member Phillip Obcn and jndy Nrkon take care of the rata. 127ATTENDANTS: Sophomore Anne Ellin escorted b Steven Valek. Junior Toni Koerber eMOfted by Paul Andersen Princess Linda Lehman escorted bv Stephen Kellogg 128ScvrraJ of lhr sophomore girl rr c at ihr Snow Da s pollw k. Snow Days was revived this year and carried through by ihe Student Council. During the week different clubs worked on snow sculptures in front of the school. On Thursday there was free skiing and races at Ski Tonka. The Snow Days queen was crowned on Friday and christened Guinevere by Vicki Anderson, who sang "Camelot" in her honor. The week ended with the big activities on Saturday. These included a road rally, tug-of-war between • lasses, and a dance in the evening. Sur GallntH hard work on Orman (Huh mow u uiptu r rrwuJt in . . . a hup grrrn turth . (•inny (iinirl and Gary 1 jrr rhrrk out a car hrforr it »lart» in ihr R« l Kallv.SKI CLUB, left to right. How I: M. Shaughnnwy, C. Surrth. K. Fridrn. J. Marnamara, D. Drew . L I-rhman, A. Gove, G. Anderson. M. Palmer. Mr. I-age How 2: J. England. K. Baird, S. Dittmcr. D. Tharp, M. Koehler. How 3: A. Woldegehrral, K. Carlaon. S. Boettcher, K. Rice, S. Johnson. E. Berglund. V. Womebbirf. L Straub. W. Iloefer, L Hart men. J. John on, S. I.ripzig, D. Hamlett. K. Hack I. K. Nieten. Hou 4: J. Koufs, G. Hanson, T. Piepkorn. K. Hesse, J. Hehmler, (1. Johnson. C. Rrrha, R. Asao. Hoir 5: F. VI eiLmd. N. Horkvorn. L. Grnnvold, K. Dodd . L Baekslrom. M. Romness. D. Lorence, J. Hru ek. How 6: W. Johnson. M. Anderson. B. Hirkrland. G. landholm. I). Anderson, J. Petty. C. Buell. A. Knglund, L Floe. D. Tharp. R. Shaughnessy. J. Jarnig, (. Dale. S. Hines, C. Berge. C. Vande Vrgte. P. Nelson. G. Scott. P. Hunt, R. Ahsenmachrr. R. Lee. J. Andreasen. SKI CLUB OFFICERS, left to right: S. Fridrn. Vue President; S. Rines. Treasurer; A. Gove. Secretary; K. Lindlan. President. The Ski (Hub's main activity this year was taking weekend ski trips. They went to Afton Alps, Buckhill, anti Telemark. Female members of the club made poor boy sandwiches for these trips to ward off hunger on the slopes. On Thursday afternoons the club skied at Ski Tonka. During Snow Days the club organized races at Ski Tonka. Many of their members participated in these and several won trophies. 130Sand Leipzig give a wry look at the beginner’» hill. Slippery Slopes Mr. Lage checks things out before the race . Lose something? 131The Majorettes adopted new costumes this year and performed at more activities than they have in previous years. At the football games they marched in red and white sequined Indian costumes complete with a feather in their hair. They performed at basketball games, the talent show, and on the band tour. Red satin mini-jumpers were designed for these indoor performances. Patchwork and Majorettes MAJORETTES. Uft to nght, Standing: I). Kronurr. B Mrvt. V. WomrUorf, t Om, I). All™-burg. Kneeling: J. Jotinton. The Patchwork literary magazine was begun last year and put out its first issue last spring. Its objective is to publish the creative writings of the student body. The staff wrorkrd at reading, sorting, editing, and typing the stories before the big job of printing the magazine began. In the graphic arts room they learned to set type, de-velope a plate, and run a printing press. The hard work proved successful by the fine magazine which was put out at the end of the year. l ATfIH WORKERS. left to right, Row I: M. l.arM»n. C). Danti . K. NirUrn. R»u 2: S. John-Min. V. Garud. Row 3: L Likin. K. Ohm, S. Galli-id. 132GYMNASTICS, left to right. How I: M. WnodMvd. K. Friden, E Boeigrr, C Sm-rlh, M Sh uf(hnr-v«v. I). Ijrn How 2 S. Kinrs. D. RU. k . uk. C Wei. land. M. Hilbrlmk. A. Kepprl, T. Koerfaer. Hou 3: Mr . Hammrrhrrj;. L Straub. C Vandrvcpitr. K Obm, 1- Muff. S. Ix’iprijr Hou 4: I . Srhmuu. L. Flur. M. Dittrich. C J«ihn on. G Dale. J. Thic». R. Hack). G.A.R.A. and Gymnastics The Gymnastics Club met on Tuesdays throughout the year to practice in the gym. They helped each other to perfect their skills in trampolining. floor exercises, vault ing, and the balance beam. In the spring several of the girls competed in Lake Conference gymnastics meet. G.A.R.A. met on Thursdays after school. They enjoyed many sports such as volleyball, horseback riding, and tennis. During the winter they formed a weight-watching group. In the Spring a field trip was taken. 133BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS, left to right: P. Schcrnau. T. Kocrbcr. M. Dittrich. C Rr ba, C. Nordblom. HOCKEY CHEERLEADERS, left to nght. Ho» I: B Rom. L Lehman. K. (i.ifjnr. Hou 2: C. Schuller. K. IVdrrwn. 134B Squid Cherrlradrr orouv npiril. The Cheerleaders began a new year of enthusiasm in the summer with a Spirit Revolution Car Wash. By the time football season started, the cheerleaders had brand new, bright red warm-up jackets and blankets to keep them warm during halftime. This year the cheerleaders were organized into three squads of five girls each: one squad for football and wrestling, one for basketball, and one for hockey. The basketball and hockey squads alternated cheering with the football squad at football games. WRESTIJNG CHEERLEADERS. left to right. Ron 7. A. Cow, I). Andrr»on. M Hon field Ron 2: K. Um. K. M r%. B" SQUAD CHEERLEADERS, left to right: I), lim. M Fraden. M. HilbHink, V. Hrmirnon. S. Ortrnbbd, J. Th«- 135 DRILl. TEAM. Uft to nght. Ron I M Gilmore. R Mudlrr. K. Prim. P. Hunt. M. Woodward. L Floe. Ron 2: P. Ortmldad. S. Prdmrn. I). FW. S. Dilimrr. D Harrington. Rou 3: V. Ganzd. W. Wornrr. I). Koerber. P. Ward. L Mmer. S. Rin«. High Steppers Hie 18 members of the Drill Team participated in several new activities this year along with their regular marching. I hey made a float for Homecoming, sold stationary to raise money, and expanded their talents into dancing. Short, red pleated skirts and white blouses worn with black fishnet stockings made up their new dancing costumes. 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Gregory 28 Anderson. Janet 64. 107, 109. 115 Anderson. Joan 64. 107 •Anderson. John 28 Anderson, Karen 71 •Anderson. Martin 28. 108. 112. 130 •Anderson. Mary 28. 104. 126 Anderson. Peter 64. 115 Anderson. Rebecca 71, 107. III. 119 •Anderson. Sandra 28. 110 •Anderson. Victoria 29, 58. 104. 107. 108, III. 116. 122. 123 Andrcascn. Barbara 64. 107, 108. III. 116. 125 Andrcascn. John 71. 111. 119. 121. 130 A rend. John 64 Arolin. Debby 71, 107. 122. 123 Art Department 21 •Asao. David 29 Asao. Rosemary 64. 130 Ash. Mark 64 ASHMORE. WILLIAM 13. 92 •Aslesen. Donald 29. 90. 102 •Aune. Ellen 29. 107. 109. III. 112. 122. 123 Autry. Charles 64. 109 -B- •Babatz, Sandra 29. 108. 112. 117. 124. 125 BABCOCK. FRANCIS H 10 •Backlund. James 29 •Backstrom. Lorraine 29. 107, 109. 110, 126. 130 Baert. Mary Ellen 71 Bailey. Judy 71.115 Bailey. Shirley 64 •Baird, Katherine 29. 130 Baird. Ronald 64. 119 Band—Concert 114. 115 Band—"to" 119 Barrett. Charles 64 Barrett, Thomas 71 Basketball. "A ” Squad 92, 93 Basketball. "B" Squad 95 Basketball. Junior Varsity 94 Batchelor. Polly 64 Batdorf. Marsha 64 Bee. Curtis 64. 127 BEHMLER. E. J 8 •Behmler. John 29. 81. 106. 127. 130 Bell. Randall 64 Bender. Terrence 71. 104. 114 BENGTSON. PAUL D 9 Bcnikc, Leonetta Bcnikc, Richard 71 Bennett. Thomas (J) 64 Bennett. Thomas (S) 71. 83. 95 •Bennett. William 30 BENSON. STEPHEN 23 Bentz, Carol 71 BcnnyhofT. Bonita 64. 115 Berens, John 71 Berent. Thomas 64. 80. 92. 127 • Bergc. Candace 30. 107. 108. 125. 130 Bergtund. Ann 71, 114 Berglund. Eric 71. III. 119. 130 •Berglund. Gloria 30. 107 Bergmann. Beverly 64. 107, 108. 111 •Bergquist, Gregg 55 Bergstrom. Glen 64. 85. 86 •Bcsse. Kirk 30. 109. 110. 111. 121. 130 •Bctzcn. Sandra 30. 110. 111. 126 •Betzlcr. Michael 30. 115 Bickford. Susan 64 Birkeland. Bruce 64. 130 •Bischkc. Scott 30, 58.110 Bjcrkavs. Duane 71 Blackowiak. Dawn 71. 107. 118. 133 Blake. Robert 64 •Block. Calvin 30. 88 BLOMLIE. JOHN 15. 81. 92 BOCKHAUS. HARRY 22 Bochlke. Mark Boerncr. Steven 71 Boettcher. Scott 71. 104. 115. 121. 130 Bolduc. Ronald 72 •Boll. Anne 30 Borg. Todd 72. 85. 111. 114. 121 Borghciinck. Sandra 72 Borner. Steve 83. 91 Bosigcr. Elizabeth 72. 107, 118. 133 •Bosigcr. Mary 31. 107. 126 Boyd. David 64 Boyd. Thomas 72 Brady. Kathleen 72.107.118 •Brandenburg. Gayle 31. 108. 116 Brandenburg. Pamela 64 Breen. David 72. 114 •Brekke. Nancy 31 Brethorst. Nancy 72 Bncklcy. Steven 64. 109 Brockopp. Michael 72 •Brockopp, Terry 31. 126 Broich. Charles 72. 87 •Broich, Dale 31 Bruhn. Denise 72. 107 •Bruhn. Dianne 31. 126 Bruns. Frankie Ann 64. 107 Bruzek. John 72.115.130 •Bryce. Deborah 31 Bryce. Janet 72. 107, 118 •Bryce. Laurie 31. 103. 107. Ill Buckley. Liane 64 Buehl, George 72 Buchl. John 64 Buell. Carl 65. 80. 127. 130 •Burak. Robert 31. 104 BURKHART. SHERRY 13 BURTON. ROSEMARY 18 Bush. Monty 72. 87. 127 •Bush. Randall 32. 84 Bush. Vicki 65 Business Department 18. 19 •Butler. Todd 32 -C- Carlbom. Geri 72,107.111,118 Carlin. Gay 65 •Carlson. Diane 32 •Carlson. Jennie 32. 108. 124. 125 Carlson. Keith 72. 115. 130 Carlson. Sandra 72 •Carlson. Tracey 32. 107. 108. HI. 112. 123. 124 Cates. Roxanne 65. 109 •Cecka. Teresa 32 Chabot. Dana 65. 84. 110. 116. 122. 123 Chase. Steven 72. 83 Cheerleaders—"A” Squad 134. 135 Cheerleaders—"B " Squad 135 Cheney. Catherine 65 Cheney. Karen 72. 107, 111, 119 CHERNEY. EUGENE 16. 80. 81. 91 Choir—Concert 116, 117 Choir—Sophomore 118 •Clark. Charles 32. 106 Class Play 120. 121 •Cloud. Ronald 32.110.117 Cole. Cameron 72. 84 •Coleman. Pamela 32. 110 Coleman. Stephen 65. 84 Combs. Colleen 65. 107, 117 Combs. Denise 105. 109, 113 Conner. Kathleen Connctt. Alma 65 Coulter. Elizabeth 65. 113 Cross Country 84 Custodians 11 -n D. E. A O. Club NO Dale. Carla 65. 107. 108. 115. 125. 130. 133 Dallman. Mark 72. 83. 9|. 121 Daly. Kathryn 72.107.119 •Daly. Michael 33. 88. 106. 115. 127 Dantis. Denise 65. 107, 108. 111. 132 154•Dapkus, Deborah 33 Davidson, Nancy 65. 117 Davis, Benito 72 Davis, Dennis 65, 116 •Davis. Julie 33,117 •Davis. Penelope 33, III •Davis. Raymond 33. 108. 112. 125 •Dean, William 33 Debate 110 Decker. Sandra 65 DeGuisc, Jacquelyn 72. 107, 111. ||4 Derry. Kevin 72. 83. 9| DeVinney. Ronald 65 •Dickey. Deborah 33. 116 Dickson. Roberta 65. 116 Diegre, Richard 72 •Dittmer. Sharon 33. 107. 108. 130. 136 •Dittrich. Mary 33. 58. f02. 104, 107. 128. 133, 134 Dodds. Bruce 72. 84 •Dodds. Kirk 34. 102. 105, 130 Donahue, Patricia 65. 126 Donart. Charles 65 Dornsbach. Sandra 72. 107 Drews. Debra 72. 115. 130 •Drews. Diane 34 Drill Team 136 Dudek. Michael 72 Duehn. Mickey 65 Dugstad. Richard 65 •K. •Ebert. Darlene 34 Eccles, John 65. 81, 127 EIDE. DUANE A. 12 Eiss. John 72 Ellis. Anne 72.107.118.128 •Ellis. Michael 34.107.111 Encvold. Thomas 72. 91 •Engclhardt, Steven 34 English Department 12. 13 •Englund. Anders 34. 57. 80, 102, 104, 108. 117. 130 Englund. Jane 72.111.114.122.130 ERICKSON. ARTHUR 19 •Erickson. Sandra 34. NO Erickson. Shirley 72. 107 Erickson. Wayne 65 Enksen. Lynn 72 Espintu. Nicholas 72 ESSELMAN. GERALD 12 Estenson. Martha 65 EX EL. LARRY 95 -F- Faaberg. Ann 72. 114 Faaberg. Jeffrey 72 Farley. Joseph 72. 83. 91 Featherston. Shawn 72. 119 Ferguson. John 65. 70. 106, 109, 114 FERGUSON. MIN HE 20. 108 Fischer. Robert 73 •Fleck, Barbara 34. 109. Ill •Floe. Debra 34. 59. 107. 109. 136 Floe. Laurie 65. 107. 124. 130. 133. 136 Football—"A" Squad 80. 81. 82 Football— "B” Squad 83 •Forcicr. Ill van 35. 107 Forester. Maxine 73 •Foss. Charlotte 35 Fox. James 65. 80. 85. 86. 115 FOX. ROBERT 18 Frankie. Susan 65. 114. 133 Fredrickson. Steven 65 •Frcdsall, Nancy 35. 126 •Frevert. Mark 35. 106. HI. 120. 121 Fnden. Katie 73. 107. 109. M 8. 130. 133. 135 Friden. Steven 65. 130 Frye. Linda 73 FURLONG. PATRICK 19. 80. 88. 110 Future Homemakers of America 113 •G- Gagne. Elizabeth 65. 126 •Gagne. Kathleen 35. 107. M6. 126, 134 •Galati. Steven 35. 58. 80. 100 •Gallistcl. Susan 35. 129.132 •Gan el. John 35 Ganzcl. Virginia 65. 104, 105. 107. 109. III. 116. 122. 123. 132. 136 Garvais. Beverly 65. 107. 133 •Garvais. Gerald 35 •Gathccn. Angelika von zur 36. 57. 104, 108. HO. 112. 117 Gchrkc. Carol Gchrkc. Vicky 73 German Club 108 •Gcurts. Gail 36 Geycn. Gail 73 Geycn. John 73. 95 •Geycn, Nancy 36 Geycn. Steve 65 •Gibson. Jane 36. 107, 109 Gilbertson. Gordon 65 •Gilbertson. Steven 36. 127 Gilbertson. William 73 Gilmore. Elizabeth 65.105.107. 109. Ill Gilmore. Linda 65 •Gilmore. Marlene 36. 107. 113. 136 Gilmore. Richard 73 GIMMESTAD. MELVIN 14 Girls Athletic and Recreation Association 133 •Good. Patricia 36. 102. 107. 110. Ill Goodwater. Leon 65 Gordon. Gene 65 Gorman. Kathleen 65. 109 •Gould. Linda 36 •Gove. Andrea 36. 107. 109. 130. 135 Gove. Chanmng 65. 81. 88. 90. 104 GOVE. ROBERT 15. 83 •Gracbcr. Michael 37 •Graeber. Nancy 37. 107 Gracbcr. Peggy 73. 107 Gravcllc. Michael 73 Gray. Lorraine 73. 107, 115 •Grey. Todd 37 Grim. Vicki 73 •Gronvold. Lance 37. 104. 107. 114. 121. 130 •Groves. Timothy 10. 37. 60. 104 Grundmicr. Richard 73. 83. 85 GULBRANDSON. DONALD 12. III. 121 Gumon. Wanda 65. 133 Gunion. Wayne 73 Gustafson. Debra 66 Gustafson. Gregory 73. 83 Gymnastics Club 133 -H- Hackl, Roberta 66. 107, 109. HI. 117. 133. 130 Hadden. Robert 73.83.87.118 HADDORFF. O A. 4. 24. 106 H ; on, Walter 66 •Haglund. Bart 37 Hall. Jacquelyn 73.118 •Haller. Donata 37 Haller. Paula 65.105.113 Hamlctt. Debra 65. 107. 109. 125. 130 Hamlin. Charles 65. 81 Hamlin, Charlotte 65 Hamlin. Joseph 65. 80. 92 Hammer. Rose 65 HAMMERBERG. CARMEN 133 HANLEY. FRED 80. 81 Hanson. Gene 65. 130 Hanson. Phillip 65 Hanson. Terrence 65 •Hanson. Thomas 37 •Hanssen. Paul 37 Hardin. Glen 80. 65. 92. 116 •Hardina. Steven 37. 84. 90. 105 •Harrington. Deborah 38. 107. III. 124, 136 •Hartman, Linda 38. 107, 109. 114. 130 Harvey. Barbara 65 Hawley, Thomas 73. 83. 88. 89, 90 •Heath, Karen 38. 110 •Hefty. Edward 81, 38. 105. 127 •Hcinsch. Lmdu 38. 117 Hcinsch. Steven 73, 91 Helix, Charles 65 licit .. David 65 •Heitz, Patricia 38 Hclcgland. Mark 73.95. 118 Heller. Terry 65 Henderson. Pamela 65. 117 Henderson, Virginia 73. 107. 118, 135 Hendrickson. Stephen 65 Hendrickson. Turc 65 Henning. James 65. 88 •Hesse. Colleen 38.133 Hesse. Jeri 73. 133 155Hicks. Timothy 73. 83 •Hicks. Willa 39.110 Higus. Linda 65. 19 Hilbelink. Marilyn 73. 107. 118. 133, 135 •Hilbelink. Michael 39. 92. 93. 102. 106 •Hillman. Carol 39. 107. 109 Hintz, Eloise 65, 117 History Department 14. 15 Hockey. A " Squad 88. 89. 90 Hockey. "B" Squad 91 Hodcna, Howard 65 •Hodena, William 39 Hodge, Judith 73, 118 Hocfcr. William 73. 95. 118. 121. 130 HolT. Laura 73. 104. 133 Hoff, Norman 66 •HolT. Susan 39. 117 •Holloway, Joel 39, 84 •Holloway. Noel 39. 84. 105. 117 •Hosfield. Margaret 39. 107. 109. 111. 116. 135 HOT VET, ROBERT 25 Hubbard. Jayne 66 Hubbard. John 66 Hubbcll. Deborah 73,108.119 HullStrand. Glenn 80. 66. 92, 119 Hunt. Patricia 66. 117, 130. 136 •Hurley, Paul 39 Hyde. Robert 66,119 Hyen. Barbara 66 -I- rtdustrial Arts Department 22. 23 •Irvine. Jean 40. 110 •Iverson. Cheryl 40. 58. 109. Ill, 124 Iverson. Clarice 66. 109, 113 •Iverson. Kristine 40. Ill, 124 -J- JACKSON. JAMES 13 Jackson. Pamela 66. 126 Jacobson. Diane 66 Jarnig. John 73. 118. 130 JENKS, GUY O 15. 84. 85. 86. 87 Jensen. Daniel 66 Jensen. Judith t 6 •Jensen. Kevin 40. 108 Jerdec. James 66. 106 •Johnson, Catherine 40 Johnson. Corilee 73. 107. 111. 123. 133 130 •Johnson. David 40. 114 Johnson. Debra Jean 66 Johnson. Debra Mary 66 Johnson. Douglas 73. 119 •Johnson. Ferner 40. 108. 111. 121 •Johnson. Fredrick 40. 85. 86. 106 JOHNSON. GRACE 13 Johnson. Jeffrey 67. 115. 127 Johnson. Jill 67.107.108.130 •Johnson. Julie 40. 107, 108. 111. 112. 114. 124. 132 Johnson. Karen 67 Johnson, Lawrence 67. 127 Johnson. Shelly 73. 107. 119. 122. 123, 130, 132 •Johnson. Wendy 41. 114, 130 Johnson. Wendy 73. 107, 109. 118. 133 •Jones. Steven 41. 60 Jonscn. Christian 73 Jordan. Joanne 67 Jostrom, Jane 67. 126 Just. James 73. 83 •K- •Kakach. Paul 22.41 •Kamrath. Jeffrey 41 Kaplan. Jean 71. 73. 114. 121. 123 Kellogg. Brad 71. 73. 83. 88 •Kellogg, Stephen 41. 80. 88. 89. 90. 103. 104, 106. 110, 128 Kelly. Lou Ann 67. 116 •Kelly, Patrick 41 Kelly. Steven 73. 127 Keppel. Amy 67.116.133 Kickhafer. Bonnibcl 73 KING. PATRICK 14 Kitchen Staff 11 Klcckncr. Carol 67 •Kleckner. Martin 55. 80 •Klcckncr, Nancy 41, 110 •Knott. Gordon 41. 80. 92. 103. 104. 114 Koecheler. Charles 67 •Koecheler, Geraldine 41, 107, 110 Koecheler, Mark 67 Koehler. Margaret 67. 107. 125. 130 Kochnen, Linda 67 Koehnen, Steven 67. 84 •Koerbcr. Deborah 42. 102.107. 128. 129. 136 Koerbcr, Toni 67. 107, 128. 133. 134 Kohls, Doris 67. 108 Kohman. Michael 73. 83 Koppcrud. Sally 67. 133 Kowcl, Roxanne 74, 119 Kraemer. Debra 74. 108. 111. 119. 122. 123. 132 Krause. Debra 67 •Krisatis. Sharon 42 Krotz. Joseph 74. 83. 104 Krueger. Daryl 67. 84. 85. 87. 105 Krueger. Sharon 67, 107. 124 Krueger, Wayne 74 Kullberg. Keith 67. 81. 92 Kurtz. Jesse 74 Kuschill. Barbara 67. 108. 133 Kust. Brenda 74. 107. 109 Kust. Michael 67 KYLLO, SUSAN 13.123 -L •LaFavor. Robert 42. 80. 88. 89. 90. 106. 121 l.AGF.. RANDALL 21. 130. 131 •Lakin. Linda 10.42.111.116.132 ♦Lambrecht, LaRae 42. 108. 122. 123. 125 Lambrccht. Rcdginald 74 Landsman. Bradley 67 Lange. Nancy 67. 107. 108. Ill Language Department 20 •Larson. David 42. 81, 87. 106. 116 Larson, Dcbora 74. 107, 118 Larson. Kendall 74 •Larson. Kevin 42. 104. 117 Larson, Mary 74. 132 Larson, Yvonne 74. 107. 118 Lasater, Stephen 67 Latta. Debbie 67, 107 •Latterellc. Susan 42 Lattin. Marcn 67 Laubc, Christine 67. 109. 114 Lcckic, Kevin 67. 121 •Lee, Allen 42. 84. 105 Lee. Gary 74. 84. 87. 104. 121. 129 Lee. Jeffrey 67. 80 •Lee. Richard 43 Lee. Richard 67, 130 •Lehman. Linda 43. 59. 103. 107. 108. 117. 122. 123. 124. 125. 128. 130. 134 Leighton. Timothy •Leipzig. Sandra 43. 107, 126. 130. 131. 133 Leipzig, Sybia 74. 107. 133 •Lcsselyong. Frank 43 •Lewin. Paul 43. 59. 81. 82. 85. 106 •Lewis. Barbara 43. 107, 108. 110. 112. 115. 124. 125 Library Department 19. 126 Lien. Donna 74. 107. 118, 133. 135 Lien. Judith 67 Lien. Teresa 55 Lillcdahl. l.illiam 74, 107 Lilligrcn. Jo 74.107.111.118 •Lind. Robert 43. 82. 85. 99. 101. 103. 106 Lindblad. Mark 74. 95 •Lindcll. Eric 43. 116, 123 Lindcll. Zoc 74 Linden. Patricia 74. 107. 114 •Lindholm. Gordon 43. 130 •Lindholm. Pamela 44. 125 •Lindlan, Kcnric 44, 106. 130 LINDQUIST. MARION 11. 105 Lindquist. Steven 67 Lobdcll. John 74.83,87.115 Lofflcr, Gene 83. 95 Lorence. Drake 74. 95, 114, 130 Lovaasen, David 67. 116 Lovcn. Peter 74. 83. 92. 114 Luby. David 67 •Lund. William 44. 84. 122. 123. 125 Lundin. Linda 67, 107, 114 Lusc. Michael 74. 89 •Lyckholm. Laurie 44.60. 111. 117. 120. 121 Lyckholm. Robert 74. 83. 119 Lyons. Gregory 74.118 156-M- M Club 106 •Maas. Ronald 55 •Maass, Robert 44 McClellan. Kevin 74. 83, 91 McClellan. Mark 68 •McClure. Kathleen 45 McClure. Maureen 74. 107. 111 McDaniel. Kathryn 74. HI. 118 •McGowan. Brian 45. 88. 90. 105. 110 McIntyre, william 25.115. 119 McKenncy, Eileen 67. 109, 114 Macias, Jeanne 74. 107, III. 130 MACIAS. MANUEL 20. 109 Mader. Jack 74. 83. 95 •Madson. Gregory 44. 56, 92. 94. 106 Magnus. Jayne 74, 107, 108 Magnus. Paul 67 •Magnuson. Gerald 44.110 •Major. Jean 44. 110 Major. Steve 68 Majorettes 132 Maicheski, Rita 68 •Mann. Margaret 44 Massengalc, Diana 68, 107 Math Club 112 Mathematics Department 17 •Matson. Thomas 45. 58. 81. 82. 92. 93. 94, 106. 128 Meredith. Leona 68. 74. 107 Meredith. Terry 68 Merrill. Steven 68 •Messer. Linda 45. 107. 108. 124. 125. 136 Mey, Karen 68. 107. 109, 135 Meyer. Barbara 74, 107. 110, 112. 114. 122. 123. 132 •Meyer.Cynthia 25.45. 108.110. M2. 115 •Michl. Marilynn 45. 108 Miles. Daniel 68 MILLER. CAROL 24 Miller. Kathleen 68 Minder. Tracey 74. 118 Minnaugh. Raymond 74 Mittelstaedt. Frank 68 •Mittelstaedt. Steven 45.115 Mohian 124. 125 •Mohwinkel. Jilliane 45 •Moocrs. Steven 45. 58. 80. 85. 86. 87. 106. 116. 122. 123. 128 Moravcc, Martin 74 •Moravec. Robert 46. 108. 112. 114 • Morgart. Christopher 46 Morris. Joseph 74 •Morse. Melissa 46. 109 Mross. Linda 68 •Mueller. Rebecca 46. 60. 101. 103. 104. 107. 108. 112. 116. 117. 122. 123. 124. 125. 136 Musgrove. David 68. 80 MUSSER, KENT 10 MUTH. ERVIN O. 19.125 -N- Nelson, Cynthia 75.107.118.127 NELSON. FRANCIS C. 12. 110 Nelson. John 75. 83. 91, 104 •Nelson. Patricia 25. 46. 107, 108. III. 115. 130. 133 Nelson. Sandra 75 Nctka. Michael 68. 108 Neumann. Donald 68 •Newman. Ritchie 46 Nicholls. Scott 68 NIELSON. CLAYTON 16 Nielson. Kristine 68. 107. 109. 112. 116. 130. 132 Nicson, Randall •Nordblom. Constance 46. 104. 107. 109. III. 114. 116. 120. 121. 134 Nordstrom. Ronald 68. 119 •Norcen. Loren 46 Noreen, Sandra 75, 107, 118 Norton. Colleen 68 Novak. Shelley 75.104.107,118 Novak. Steve 75. 83. 118 •O- •Oas. Deborah 10,46. 109. 111. 120. 121. 126. 132 Oas. Nancy 75, 107 Oberg. Charles 68. 84. 92. 109. 112. 116 OFFICE STAFF II OFFICE WORKERS 126 Ogland. Timothy 68 •Ohmann. Trudy 47, 111, 117, 125 Ohncsorge, Jean 75. 104. 107. III. 114, 122. 123 •Olsen. Brian 47. 59. 92. 109. M2. 117, 124. 125 Olsen, Kristina 68. 104. 107. 117, 132. 133, 135 OLSON. HERB 22 Olson. Janet 68.108.113 Olson. Phillip 75. 127 •Olson, Ronald 47, 110 •O’Malley, Dcirdrc 47 O’Malley, Scan 68 Orn. David 75. 83 Ortcnblad. Patricia 68. 104. 107, 108. 109, 136 Ortcnblad, Shawn 71. 75, 107, 135 •Oslund. James 47. 56. 104 •Osmonson. Susan 47. 117 Otten. Geraldine 68, 116 Ovcrson, Martin 75, 83, 95. 104, 114 Owen. Douglas 68. 81. 88. 89. 90. 106 -P- Paasch. Farrell 75 Paasch, Jerri 68. 107 Palesotti. Gary 75 Palmer. James 75 Palmer. Mary 68. 109. 116. 130 •Parker. Thomas •Parno, LcRoy 47 Patchwork 132 Pearson. Constance 68. 113 Pedersen. Karic 68. 107, 134 Pedersen. Linda 75. 118 Pedersen. Lori 68. 70. 107, 108. 114 Pedersen. Robert 75 Pedersen. Sally 68. 107. 109. 116. 136 Pep Club 107 Perkins. Robert 68. M0. III. 112 PESONEN. HELEN 21 •Peters. Kristine 47. 107. Ml. 126. 136 Petersen, Jay 68. 88. 115 Peterson. Cheryl 68 Peterson. Gregory 75 Peterson. Michael 75. 85 Peterson. Terri (Briggs) 75 Petty, Jefferson 68. 130 Philippi. Roseann 75 Physical Education 24 Picper. Jon 68 Picpkorn. Susan 75. 107 •Picpkorn. Timothy 47. 108. 112. 114. 130 •Plant. Brad 48. 103 •Polk. William 48 •Price. Barbara 48,117.122 Price, Laync 75. 95. 119 Primeau. Denise 75. 118 Principals 8 Ptacck. Gwen 68 •Ptacek, Susan 48 •Pugh. Sherrie 48. 56. 59. 100. 104. 107, 116. 133 Purvey. Anthony 68. 107. Ml. 121. 123 •Putnam. Coralie 48. 104 •R- Rainey. Marsha 75 Rand. Katherine 68 •Rasmussen. Allison 19,48. 107, 126, 133 Rausch. Eleanor 75 Rausch, Eugene 69 Rawlings. Robert 75, 87 Red Cross Club 105 Reese. Andrew 71. 75. 83. 95. 108. 118 Reilcin. Rhonda 69.107.115 •Reilcin, Sandra 48, 107, 114 REIMER. DON 14 •Rcinkcn, James •Renner. Roseann 48. 107 Rezba. Charlicn 69, 107, 108. 110. 112, 123. 130. 134 Rice. Kathleen 75.111.118.130 •Rice. Kevin 49 Riffe, Mary 69. 133 •Rigclhof. Mary 49.107.111 Rus. Cindy 69 Riley, Kevin 75 Rines. Susan 69. 107. 109. 117. 130. 133. 136 Roberge. James 75. 83 157Roberts. Thomas 75. 83 •Rockvam, Norman 49. 59. 104. 106, 107, III, 116. 120, 12!. 130 Roclofs, Gerald 49. 60. 80. Ill .117. 122. 123. 127 Roclofs, Michael 75. 83. 87. Ill, 118, 121 Rolf. Kevin 75.91,119 Rome, Robin 69. 113 Romncss, Mary 69, 70. 114. 130 •Roskaft. Bruce 49.108.117 •Ross. Barbara 49, 107. 108. 116, 134 Ross. Gail 75.107.118 Ross, Kathryn Roufs. James 75. 130 Rowe. Searl 75. 83 •Roycc. Bradley 49 Kudh, Michael 75. 118 •Rudnicki. Jacob 49. 106 RUNDELL. EDWIN 85. 87 Rust. Sallie 69. 105 Rustad. Shirley 76 •Rutherford, Daniel 55 Ruud. Boyd 69 •Rye. Susan 49,108.117 -S- •Saldcn. Mark 50 •Salt man. David 50 Salt man, Judith 76. 118 •Sand. Frances 50. 108, 112 Sandness. Paul 76 •Salher, Diane 50. 107,108.111. 113.117. 121 Scheppmen. Owen Schernau. Patricia 69. 107. 109. 125. 133. 134 Schervcn. Jon 69. 81. 88. 90. 106 •Schiltgen, Paulccn 50 Schlasinger. Larry 69. 108 SCHLIGHTING! M. E. 8. 104 Schlutcr, Grctchcn 69. 104. 107. 109. 134 Schmidt, Nick 69, 81. 109 Scholl. Jane 76. 107 Scholl. Susan 69 School Board 9 Schrader. Sharyl 69 SCIIROEDER. DENNIS 16 Schrocder. Gary 69 •Schrocder, James 50. 110. III. 117, 121 SCHULTE. JAMES 17 •Schultz, Kathy 60 Schwartz, Timothy 69 Science Club 127 Science Department 16 Scott. Ginger 69. 130 Segner. Catherine 69 Segncr, Gary 69 Shannon, John 76 Shaughncssy, Mary 76. 107. 121. 130. 133 Shaughncssy. Robert 69. 81. 92. 94. 104. 130 Shaughncssy. Roger 69 •Shultz. David 50 Shultz, Martin 76 Sigafoos. Judith 76 Simmons, Michael 69 Simon. Eljean 69 Simon. Russell 76 SIMONDET. NORMAN 17. 112 •Sincheff. Meryl 50. 104, HO. HI. 117 Sincheff. William 76 Sinner, Daniel 69 Sinner. Janet 76 •Skarct, Sheila 51. 110 Ski Club 130.131 Skinner. Gregory 76. 83, 88, 90 Skinner. John 69. 81. 88. 90, 105 Skoog, Kim 69, 92. 109 •Slcchta. Charles 51 Smiley. William 69 Smith. Diane 69 Smith. Joan 76. 107 •Smith. Mary 51 Smith, Sara 69. 104. 105. 107, 115. 133 Smith. Thomas 69. 80. 85. 88 Smoke Signal 122. 123 Smykalski. Cynthia 69 Snow Days 128, 129 Sohns. Bruce 76. 91 •Sohns, Nancy 51. 110 Solyst, Dennis 76. 83 •Solyst, Steven 55 Sopiwnik. Gloria 69. 109 Sopiwnik, Sunny 76. 107, III, 118 Sorbo. Allen 76.83.95.115 •Soule. Jacquelyn 51. 110, III. 12! Soule, Diane 69. 119 Spanish Club 109 Speer. Laurclei 76. 107 •Spieltstaszer. Gail 51. 125 Stage Crew 127 •Stello, Patricia 51. 125 •Stevenson. Elizabeth 51. 58. 125 Stewart. Ann 76. 107, 115 STOCKTON. ROBERTA 21. 113 Strand. Douglas 69, 88, 116 Straub. Laurie 76. 107, 109. 118. 130. 133 •Strom. Arlene 51. 110 Strom, Ava 76. 107, 118 Stubbs. Betty 76.107.118 Student Council 104 Sucrth. Carolyn 76. 107. 109, 130. 133 Suerth. Scott 69 Sullivan. James 69, 88. 90 Sullivan. Mark 76 Sundlic. Deborah 69. 117 Superin tender I of Schools 9 Swanson. Linda 69 Swanson. Margie 69 Swenson, Mark -T- •Taffc. Michael 52. 81. 106 Taffc, William 76. 95 Tanem, Gregory 76 Taylor. Barbara 76, 107 Taylor. Linda 76. 107. 118 •Taylor. Sandra 52. 116. 122. 123. 124. 126 •Tcctzcl. Cynthia 52 Tcctzcl. Linda 76. 107 TEIGEN. ROBERT 23 Templin, David 76 •Tcmplin. Lois 52. 108 •Terrell, Lynn 52. 110 •Tessmer, Paula 52.116 Tharp. Dean 76, 110. 130 •Tharp. Deborah 52. 108. 109. 111. 122. 123, 125. 130 Theobald. Frank 70 Thciscn, Thomas 70 Thespians 111 Thies. Blake 70 Thies, Jan 76. 107. 118. 133. 135 Thomas. Carol 76. 107. 109. 111. 114 Thomas. Linda •Thompson. Cheri 52. 107. 110. Ill •Thompson. James 52 Thorne, Linda 76. 107, 119 Thorne. Stephen 70, 127 I tchy, Brian 76. 83. 95. 119 •Tillotson. Jeffry 53 •Toepcl, Jody 53 Tower. Deon 70 •Trieselman. Hans 53 Tricselman, Klaus 76. 91 Tukua. Julie 76. Ill •Twedt. Don 53 Twcdt. Judy 76.107,118 •Tweed. Victoria 53. 110 -U- Udell. Linda 70. 107. 109. 113 Umbchockcr. David 76 •Umbehockcr. Joyce 53. 110 Undem. Olga 77 •V- Valck. John 70 Valck. Steven 77. 91, 128 Vande Vcgtc. Carol 70. 130. 133 Van Lierc, Keith 77.83.87.115 Van Liere, Kent 70. 115 •Von Ende, Carol 53 •Voorhccs. Clinton 53 Voorhccs. Linda 70. 125 -W- • Wagner. Steven 53. 109, 115. 12! •WaldrofT. David 22. 54. 106 Wall. Connie 70. 107 Wallin. Craig 70. 92. 108. 115 Walters. Jacqueline 70. 107. III. 116 Walton. Carole 77 158Walton. Wesley 70 Waltz. Elizabeth 77. 107 Wambeke, John 70 •Ward, Patricia 54. 107. 116. 136 •Ward. Sharon 54.110.126 Watson. Brian 70 WEBER. JERRY 17. 83. 88 Weidenbach. Craig 70,117 Wciland. Bernard 77, 87 Weiland. Claire 77.107.118.133 •Weiland, Frank 54. 107, 130 •Weiland. Kevin 54 Welch. Amy 70.107.108.116 •Welch. Ella 54 Welch. Rebecca 77. 107 Wclf. Laurel 108 Wendt, Craig 77. 83. 95 West. Robert 77 Wheeler. Terry Ann 70 •Seniors •Whiting, Kae 54. 126 Wierson, Randy 70 Wigner. Richard 77 •W'ilkerson. Victoria 54 Wilkes. Laura 70 Willcltc. Paul 77. 87 Williams. Diane 70 Williams. Joan 77. 107 Williams. Joseph 70. 92 •Williamson. Wendy 54. 100. 107, 108, III •Wilson. Constance 55, 126 Wilson, James 70 Wirtz. Gayle 70. 126 •Woldegebreal. Abadi 55. 57. 104. 129. 130 Wolfe. Bradley 77. 83. 88 Womcldorf. Vicki 77. 107. 110. 112. 115. 122. 123. 130. 132 •Wong. Kenneth 55. 59. 109, 111, 117. 121 Wong. Luanne 77. 118 Wood. Hal 77. 83 Woodward. Martha 70. 104, 107, 108, 117. 125. 133. 136 •Worncr. Wendy 55. 56. 104. 108. 111. 116, 117. 122. 123. 124. 125. 136 •Wredberg. Ray 55.110 Wresiling—"A " Squad 85. 86 Wrestling— "B" Squad 87 •Wright. Emily Joyce 55. 125 Wyman, Kathleen 70. 107 -Y- Young. Susan 77 -Z• ♦Zoldahn. Marlene 55.117 Zoldahn, Paul 77.118 159With each school year comes a new edition of the Mohian. In it are just hints of the many things which have happened during the year, prodding gently at our minds to remember the details. I am sure that each person will look at the yearbook and think of his own special memories, perhaps things totally unrelated to the pictures and words on the pages. I would like to thank all of the people who put their work into these pages. Thank you to my section editors: Wendy, Linda L., Linda M., Sandy. Becky. Barb, and Brian. Without your patience and hard work the 1969 Mohian would not exist. Thank you, Peggy and Linda, for your typing and extra help. Thank you. Bill, Eric, and Hay, for your photographic help. It seemed that we always called on you at the last minute but you always came through. Thank you, LaRae, for your beautiful artwork. It added something extra to the pages. Thank you, Mr. Wange, for your trips to Mound in fair and foul weather to take pictures for us and thank you. Mr. Haga, lor the line senior prints. To Mr. Muth I would like to give a very special thank you. our infinite patience and calm in the face of every deadline was unbelievable. To everyone who worked on the yearbook I would like to say thank you and I hope that the memories you find in the 1969 Mohian are happy ones. 160 


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