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

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1971 Mohian Mound High School Mound, MinnesotaTable of Contents Introduction Students 14 Student Life 54 Organizations 74 Sports 96 Academics 124 Advertising 144 Index 155We cannot "love" Mound High School. How could we love an old building barely able to contain the young spirit of its students? But the building and routines are not Mound High, they are any school. Mound High is special people. People can be loved. And we do love each other because for three important years we were each other's lives. Buildings are torn down, routines change from year to year; but the influence each unique person from Mount High has had in shaping our future will never be diminished. Julie Tukua The following pages express our feelings toward Mound High and are dedicated to its final graduating class. • » )It was the best of times . . . 45It was the age of wisdom . . . 6It was the age of foolishness. 78 -tIt was the season of darkness. 9It was the spring of hope • • •11 It was the winter of despair.We had nothing before us. 13StudentsSeniors Finish Cycle of Last Year L. TO R PRESIDENT: Drake lorence SECRETARY. Dean Tharp VICE PRESIDENT: Brad Frcvcrt TREASURER: Tom Encvdd DANIEl ABRAHAMSON ROBERT AHSENMACHER DEBORAH AUENBERG STEVEN ANDERSON BRADEIY ANDERSON KAREN ANDERSON REBECCA ANDERSON JOHN ANDREASON ! 6MARY BAERT JUDY BAIIEY THOMAS BARRET CURTIS BEE TERRENCE BENDER THOMAS BENNETT ANN BERGIUND ERIC BERGIUND DUANE BJERKAS DAWN BIACKOWIAK STEVEN 80ERNER SCOTT BOETTCHER RONAID BOIDUC SANDRA BORGHEIINCK KATHLEEN BRADY DAVID BREEN 17MICHAEl BROCKOPP CHARLES BROICH VIRGINIA BROWN DENISE BRUHN JOHN BRUZAK JANET BRYCE GEORGE BUEHl MONTY BUSH GERI CARLBOM 18Kevin points out an important fatt to Marilyn. KEITH CARlSON SANDRA CARISON STEVE CHASE KAREN CHENEY CAMERON COIE MARK DAllMAN KATHRYN DALY DEBORAH DECAMP JACOUEIYN DEGUISE KEVIN DERRY RICHARD DIEGRE BRUCE DODDS SANDRA DORNSBACH DEBBIE DREWS ANNE ElllS THOMAS ENEVOID 19JANE ENGLUND PAUL ERICKSON NICHOLAS ESPIRITU ANN FAABERG JEFFREY FAABERG JOSEPH FARLEY SHAWN FEATHERSTON GRACE FERREIRA ROBERT FISCHER MAXINE FORESTER BRADElY FREVERT MARY FRIDIN VICKY GEHRKE GAll GEYEN johngeyen PEGGY GRAERER 20Interrupted in her knitting. Beck togt, "Woj ill lo»?" LORRAINE GRAY VICKI GRIM RICHARD GRUNDMIER WANDA CUNIONMARK HEIGEIAND VIRGINIA HENDERSON LUIS HERNANDEZ GERI HESSE TIMOTHY HICKS MARILYN HILBEIINKWIUIAM HOEFER I AURA HOFF TERESA HOUINGSWORTH JAYNE HUBBARD JOHN JARNIG CORIIEE JOHNSON DOUGLAS JOHNSON SHELLEY JOHNSON WENDY JOHNSON CHRISTIAN JONSON CINDY KALLUNKI JEAN KAPLAN KELLOGGTERESA KOTUIA ROXANNE KOWAl DEBRA KRAEMER BRENDA KUST REDGINAlD IAMBRECHT KENDALL LARSON MARY LARSON YVONNE LARSONJO LIlllGREN MARK IINDBIAD PATRICIA LINDEN JOHN IOBDEU GENE IOFFIER DRAKE IORENCE PETER IOVEN MICHAEL IUSE GREGORY LYONS JEANNE MACIAS JANE MocNAMARA JOHN MADERJAYNE MAGNUS GAYIE MARCY KEVIN McClEllAN MAUREEN McCLURE KATHRYN McOANIEl MARGARET McLaughlin LEONE MEREDITH BARBARA MEYER 26TRACEY MINDER MARTIN MORAVEC SUSAN NAVRATIl CYNTHIA NELSON JOHN NELSON SANDRA NELSON SANDRA NOREEN SHELLEY NOVAK Coicy join hii gong during the loping of "High-S«hool Hi-lilc».“ NANCY OAS JEAN OHNESORGE PHILLIP OLSON DAVID ORN SHAWN ORTENBLAD MARTIN OVERSON 27FARRELL PAASCH JAMES PALMER LINDA PEDERSON GREGORY PETERSON MICHAEL PETERSON STEVEN PETERSONTERRI PETERSON ROSANNE PHILIPPI SUSAN PIEPKORN DENISE PRIMEAU MARSHA RAINEY ELEANOR RAUSCH ROBERT RAWHNGS ANDREW REESE KATHLEEN RICE THOMAS ROBERTS MICHAEL ROELOFS KEVIN ROLE GAIL ROSS JAMES ROUES SEARl ROW MICHAEL RUDH 29SHIRLEY RUSTAD JUDITH SAITZMAN PAUL SANDNESS KATHLEEN SCHMITZ JANE SCHOLL MARY SHAUGHNESSY JUDITH SIGAFOOS RUSSELL SIMON WILLIAM SINCHEFF 30JANET SINNER GREGORY SKINNER JOAN SMITH DRUCE SOHNS SUNNY SOPIWNIK ALAN SORBO IAUREIEI SPEER ANN STEWART IAUREI STRAUB BETTY STUBBS CAROIYN SUERTH WltllAM TAFFE 31BARBARA TAYIOR IINDA TAYIOR IINOA TEETZEl DEAN THARP JAN THIES CAROl THOMAS LINDA THORNE BRIAN TICHY KLAUS TRIESELMAN JULIE TUKUA JUDY TWEDT DAVID UMBCHOCKER 32KEITH VANIIERE BENE VOIKENANT CAROl WAIION Cl 1 ABE TH WAIT BERNARD WEIIAND Cl AIRE WEIIAND CRAIG WENDT RICHARD WIGNER PAUl WIllETTE JOAN WillIAMS BRADELY WOIFE VICKI WOMEIOORE IUANNE WONG HAL WOOD SUSAN YOUNG PAUl ZOIDAHN 33 Danny delict q'avity-BELOW: Al Dick looks op os Ann Stcwort is ocling up. EAR RIGHT Jean hoi finally found it—a phono to motch he' mouth IETA BENEDICT ELIZABETH BOSICER CRAIG CASEY JOHN EISS WAYNE ERICKSON LINNf A HENDRICKSON 34RAYMOND MIMNAUGM STEVEN NOVAK ROBERT PETERSON IAYNE PRICE KATHY SECNER REBECCA WEICH CAMERA SHY: RUSSEll ANDERSON STEVEN ANDERSON CAROl BENTZ TODD BORG KORBY EMAHISER JUDITH FISHER STEVEN HARPESTAD STEVEN HINES DAVID HORAN RONALD PERON JOHN SHANNON MARK SULLIVANUps and Downs of the Junior Class Cathy Ackerman Richard Adams Undo Anderson Nancy Anderson Sue Anderson Valerie Anderson Chris Andreasen Gwen Archuleta Pot Arend Tom Aslesen Kathy Baba't Wendy Baektund Debbie Backstrom Deon Bailey David Baldwin Wendy Bame Gary Barkley Sandy Bartel Doug Batdorf Joe Bendcl Robert Benedict Miko Bennett David Bennyhoff Jerry Berenl 36Nancy Berg Todd Birkelond laVonne B ftncr Dick Blackowiak Beth Boedecker Ann Borg Croig B'ondcnburg Renee Brekke Debbie Brethorst Robin Bryant Roqcr Buehl Betty Byers Guy Carlson Beanie Cecil Debbie Cecko Ken Chun Pol Clark Matt Cole lynn Comb Nilo Conkey Shelly Crinklaw Gail Dallman Pom Danberg Sue Davit Bruce Decker Steve Dornsbach David Doticnroth Doug Duntcr lie Eckdohl Kim Edwards Pat Ellis Robin Engelhort David Engstrond Cindy Etpirilu Vicki Patching Jim Ferguson Ba b Flows Bill Ford Sally Frill Rotemory Furry Mike Gables Donna Gagne Jeff Galloway Dorothy Gazette Kris Gentler Mory Geyen Nancy Gimmettod Karen Gonyea 37George Gormon Emily Grenier Robin Grey Connio Gustafson Diane Hanson Russ Hanson Debbie Hartley Roxanne Harty Jon Hediger Barb Hefty Gary Hoinseh Ken Heitx Steve Henline Mike Hcntgcs Sandy Hessclgrove Cindy Higus Penny Hodena lorry Hoff 38Clarion Hollowoy Carole Holmgren Helen Houte Robbie Howell Brcndo Huggeft Barb Irvine Pom Iverton Kelly Jockton Barb Jcnten Bill Jenton Bruce Johnion Peggy Johnton Peter Johnton Scott Johnton Sue Jorgenton Debbie Keller Mike Kinq Tom Knott Gary Koecheler Kent Koecheler Vicki Koehler Jeff Koehnen Cory Koepp lie Kolar Kurt Krotzer Croig Kullberg Morfy Kurtz John Kutchill Dcnite London Jane laming 39Tom lapka Dona Larson Fay Icmmcrmon Shirley lewis Tom Lind Doqni lindlcin Henry lister Jan lucssc Jim lugor Kim Lytle Sue Moos Anita Macias Brion MacNamoro Jeff Mognuson Kim Monsk Corric Marsh Cyn Martin Bob Maxwell Debby McAninch Brenda McCollom Greq McDonald Mike McDonald Rick McFarland Greg McKee Charles Miller Dell Miller Randy Miller Borb Mooro Linda Moore Jeff Mueller 40Greg Murray Connie Nelson Gary Nelson Tom Nelson Anno Nymoen Jone Oas Tom Oberg Kevin Olson Jessie Olson Joan Olson S ott Olson Gary Opdahl Jim Osmonson Rita Pederson Jim Perry Irene Peterson Kevin Peterson Mike Peterson Solly Peterson Jane Petty Alan Phillippi Cli« Picpltorn Cathy Pike Mike Pilgrim 41lourie Pillt George Plant Jim Price Bob Robe Becky Rawling Jim Roberge Richard Robert! Dovid Romneu Diane Romnei! Groydon Royco Kothy Ruit Terry Rutherford Oobbie Rye Pot Saldcrt Barb Sowicki Sandy Soyen John Schuller Dove Schmidt lorie Schmic! Rick Schneider Nancy Schwartz Holly Sccmon Eugene Sholin Debbie Shaughncity Tom Shields John Shoemaker Jim Shoop Jockie Sichcncdcr Mike Simor Ron Sinner Steve Skaret Herbert Slechto Robed Smcitad Jer! Smith Tom Sorbo Kathy Spellman 42dlello 0'bb,„ s,.ck S'on Swndlio Joy Swomon Jon T botcher Thci»cn --- mome Tommy Tobin «uco Tower Deon Tower Bo»b Tiiciclmnnn Conon Tweedy Bo»b Ulmnn Slcvo Ulrick Alice Wolker ftccky Walter Jonet Webtter Sue Weidenbach Donnie Welch Sue Weiterdoht Peggy Whiting Mike Wilkerton Cheryl Wilkerton joe William Kothy William Rick Wilton Todd Worne Wendy Ziemer SHY, 3 Boyd O' Dickey ienry iJvntcn Keorni y Keppel ie toew tel A. McDonold et Merchant i Neutchwandcr tel Oehler i O'Hara Palciotti n Pvlrang rd Patk jel Robertt me Soule 43Sliding Through the Sophomore Year Molly Abrahamton Kalhy Albrechi Mike Ale»ander Joan Allcnburg lindo Amc» Lawrence Andcuen Paul Anderten Barton Andorton levley Anderton lowed Anderton Morlha Anderson Richard Anderson Rolph Arone Harry Boerf Kent Bo lcy Robert Baird Fred Baker Mike Barrel! TOP TO tOTTOM Pret.—Rob Floe, Vice Pret - Dorcy Wootojo. Treat Jordon lorence. Sec.— Laurie Imdblad. 44Joyce Botdorf Mory Behm Judith Bcndcl Deborah Bennett Scott Berqlund David Bergstrom tauric Biolkc Jeffrey Bilger SuAnn Boomer Arthur Boltman Stove Borry Tom Bosiger Jim Brody Michel Briggs Kathy B'oekopp Sandro Brooks Elizabeth Brown Timothy BrownCheryl Burgeu Sherry Buih Jerome Corlion Peter Corlion Toro Corlion Jon Coihin loilie Chobot Jeff Chapman Pomelo Chopmon Donald Chciloek Terry Chrlitenien Joteph Clark Tawnnda Cole Margaret Condon Bertrand Couture Georgette Couturo Catherine Co Suion Co 46Joel Curlit Lawrence Dale Dione Dollman William Daly Chrit Dantii Diane Davit Martha Davit Jerry Dean Martha DeGondo Richard DeGuite Kim Derry lorrie Doddt Roxanne Ecclcs Timothy Eckdahl Erick England Kathleen Engrav Rotemarie Engrav lee Erickton Phyllit Erickton Valeric Faaborg Donald Fahrman Collin Fcathcrtton Nancy Ferrell Robert Fillmore Joel Findloy Robert Floe Kenneth Ford Robert Forreit William Fox Jamet Franiol Kotic Ficvcrl Alan Gdati Doniel Garner Patty Gcagon Peggy Geogon Mark Geycn Liza Gilbert Tereta Gilmoro Colleen Glonnon Nancy Groy Ronald Grim Kevin Grover Geoffrey Grovot John Grundmcior Gory Gutlafton Cynthia Guttner Scott Gyllen Thomot Hogcn Fred Hoqitrom Jacqueline Hall 47Mork Htirriion Gory Hasse James Hatcher Jennifer Haugen Randy Hed Karen Hedin Renee Hcggelman David Hcinsch John Heitkamp Shirley Hcitz Wendy Hendrickson Colleen Hentges Doniol Higus Joan Hoetger Mary Hoetger James Hogue Roxanne Holstad Jeffrey Homuth Kathy Horan Jim Hosfiold Mark Hosteler Kathy Iverson Steven Ivorson Ellen JornigThereto Johnt Brod Johnton Marjorie Johnton Rob Johnton Stephon Johnton Steven Johnton Tom Kamrath Kathy Kellogg Alice Keppel Paula Ketzback Vicki King Tereta Klemek Kathy Koecheler Daniel Kohmon Sharon Kotula Mark Krotzer Joteph Kutf Anita lange 49Coil loubc Susan Laurie Heather leckie Jim lidberg Jim Lien Koy lilligren Mike lind Laurie lindblad Kathy lindholm Sonja lindlan Mike linquist Jim loffler Jordon Lorence Pennyluger Barb lundin John lose Ooniel Moos Mark Maas Scott Mann Steve Marlin Diane Motion Philip McCIcllon Michael McGowan Julie McGuire Lyle McKinney Suian McQueen Mike Mencr Linda Mey Nancy Meyer John Michelion Cathy Michelion Stove Miller Mike Miner Loren Morris lyndo Morton Edward Murroy Jody Notion Karin Ncrli Marilyn Ncufeld Mike Neumann Conitonco Nielicn Heidi Nielson Gory Nordstrom David Oak Paul O'Brien Kristine O'Brien Steven Oddcn Selma Olson 50Larry Otten Tjody Overton Jon Palmer Solly Polmor Michelle Pcdcrton lonny Pennington Goil Pctcrton Cindy Pctcrton David Pctcrton Debra Pctrik Tim Plante Pol Pletich Linda Price Glenn Roddc Ardycc Rootch Kathy Reete Julie Renner Jeff Revting Pot Riley Jamet Row Marilyn Sock Kothy Soltcman Kerry Soltzman John Sondnctt Donnit Solher 51Debbie Schcrven Jayne Schmidt Kathy Schultz Kathy Scott Karen Shaffer Clifford Shields Lloyd Simon Debbie Smith 8rad Sohns Mike Steimetz Doug Stevenson Terry Stockstcad Pat Sullivan Laura Swanson Nancy Taylor Toby Teclzcl Debbie Tharalson Judy Thompson Peter Thompson Diane Thorne Scott Tillotson Bunnie Timmons Wendy Troinor Randy Valck Robin Von Tatenhove Darcy Waalaja John Waldron Ken Waltz Mike Wambckc John Ward Becky Watson Cindi Weeks Phoebe Welch Dwight West Dave Wheclhouso Jan Wigner Jean Williams Mark Womcldorf John Woodward Barb Wrcdbcrg Dan Wyman Leo Zaback Jeff Zitzloff 5254Student LifeClaire Weiland Reigns as Queen at Homecoming 1970 Although Homecoming came early this year, it was a huge success. The Talent Show Tuesday night featured many good acts. Vivacious Claire Weiland was crowned Queen at the coronation Thursday afternoon. The coronation was well planned by Kaly Brady and Chris Andreasen. On Thursday night there was a parade including floats and the Mound Marching Band. Our many thanks to the hardworking M Club for the bonfire on Thursday night and Friday was the pep fest featuring the band, cheerleaders and Mohawkettes. The Mohawks ployed a muddy game against the Faribault Falcons. The Delcounts provided good music at the homecoming dance to top off an exciting week. Co-Captonis Dove Orn and Andy Reese crown the surprised Cloirc, 57Right The 1970 Mound Homecoming Queen Claire Weiland. Below Escorts, I. to r., row I Gene lofffor. Brad Kellogg, Jim Robargc, row 2 Peter loven, John Nelson, Mark lindblod. Hoi Wood. Below left The Royal Court consisting of I. to r, Shawn Ortcnblad, Donna Lien, Katy Fridcn, Queen Claire Weiland. Ann Ellis, Barb Taylor, Gail Ross. Below right Todd Worncr, Bob Rabo, Grog Murray, and Dave Romness performed at both the talent show and coronation.Far loft Woody Woodward, accompanied by Steve Anderson, tang "Abraham, Martin, and John". left Ann Ellis does an interpretive dance to the beat of bongo drums. Below "Joohhhhnnnt Would you nibble my cor like you used to?" wails Jane Oas to Jann lucsse. 59(tight The M Club' huge bonfire was one of Ihc mony feature during Hometoming Week. Below The team fire up in the huddle before the game with Faribault. 60Above The Majorettes and Drill Team provided delightful entertainment during football half-time show . Left: Debbie ond Kathy ride on the artfully decorated Pep Club float. Above Right: Jayne Magnus "clowns" around by the Mohawk float. 611971 Hall of Fame 1. MOST ACTIVE: Laura Hoff, Mike Roclofi 2. BEST DANCERS: Betky Andcrjon. John Ja nig 3 BEST LEGS AND MOST MUSCLES: Barb Toylor. Hoi Wood 4. BEST DRESSED: Shown Orlenblod, Brad Wolfe 5. PERSONALITY PLUS: Cloire Weiland. Brad Kellogg 6. BEST LOOKING: Donna Lien, Greg Pelerton 7. CLASS FLIRTS: Belly Boiiger, Pool Erickion 8 MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Vicki Womeldorf. Allen Sorbo 9. CLASS ACTRESS AND ACTOR: Jean Koplon. Dean Tharp 10. CLASS CUT-UPS: Ann Stewart. Marly Ovcr»on 11. CLASS MUSICIANS: Sondic Norcen. Phil OWon 62AFS Students Grace and Luis Live American Style If was a wonderful experience! This phrase does not really express all the feeling that has grown on me since August when I arrived here. All the love the people from the United States and especially from Mound, developed on a Brazilian heart. It was a unique experience. I only wish more people could have the opportunity of living in a different country with supposedly different people. It really gives one a much diverse opinion of human kind. Now. I truly believe that hope, love, and friendship mean the same thing all over the world. I would like to thank everyone, especially the Womeldorfs, for this remarkable and unforgettable year. - srxX About the end of June in 1970, the postman came to my home in Chile and told me: "Luis, you have a very big letter from New York .. ." After a glass of water and not feeling very good for the impression received, I read the letter from the President of AFS. He told me that I would go to a little town named Mound in a very cold state— Minnesota. After that I thought, "Minnesota, a cold state, snow, temperature below zero . . . ! My goodness! I don't think I will survive!" But the end of March came and went and I was still alive. The USA seemed to me an impossible dream, but that day in June was the beginning of a year that I will never forget. For me it was an experience that I could not have in another place; new and wonderful people, a new educational system, another kind of life and society. Through these lines, I want to say thank you to everyone! especially to my wonderful family, the Woodwards, to the principal, the teachers, all my classmates, and the AFS committee in Mound. Believe me, I will never forget you. Jiccj(jjQj xXo 65RIGHT.• Roina (Julie Tukua) illuttroto a point to her former lover Scrguit (Gory lee). BELOW Captain Blunftchli (Brad Frcvert) write a reply to an urgent telegrom. BELOW LEFT- Nicola (Todd Borg) try to remember hit line . Fall Play Experienced Students Make Up Cast of Arms and the Man This year's Fall play, Arms and the Man, was produced by the Mound High Thespians. Written by George Bernard Shaw, the play was presented Nov. 12, 13, and 14. In this play Shaw wrote a satire on war and the professional fighting man. The cast consisted of Julie Tukua, Kathy Rice, Jean Kaplan, Brad Frevert, Mike Roelofs, John Andreason, Todd Borg, and Gary Lee. Donald Gulbrandson, director, received help from Susan Anderson, and Sue Navortil. 66Sadie Hawkins Dance Girls Caught Their Men at Dogpotch U. S. A. This year's Sadie Hawkins was held on Nov. 20 under the chairmanship of Barb Meyer and Laurie Pitts. The festivities included the girls carrying the boys' books, and making vegetable corsages. The highlights of the evening were a shoe dance, a bubble gum blowing contest, a washfub band, and the selection of Daisy Mac (Pam Iverson) and Li I' Abner (Scarl Row). Music was provided by the Cree. LEFT Catherine (Kothy Rice) imlrvcli (oufca (Jeon Koplon) to etc ort Captain Blunftchli out to the terrace. ABOVE Cory Paletofti. Undo Taylor. Mary Sock, and loync Price ham it tip before the dance. FAR ABOVE Koty Brody finally tubduet her man Mike Roclofc. 6768• " « Snow Days Royal Court, Road Rally, and Dance Were Included During Week's Activities The 1971 Snow Days was held the first week in February. Starting off the week were the snow sculpture contest and the giving of clues for the key hunt. Coronation was on Tuesday with the crowning of the 1971 Queen, Katy Brady. She reigned over Snow Days' activities. These activities included races at Ski-Tonka on Wednesday and a free bus to the hockey game on Thursday against Wayzata. Also on Thursday was a pep fest featuring humorous skits and a boys' drill team dressed in red and white. On Friday night the basketball team played host to Edina. The final events were on Saturday and included the road rally in the morning, the broomball tournament in the afternoon and the semi-final Snow Days Dance that evening. ROYAL COURT. 1. to R Sophomore Attendant Nancy Meyer, Escort John luiej Senior Princess Jean Ohne-sorge, Escort Brian Tichy; Queen Koty Brady, Escort Mike Roelofs. Senior Princess Shelley Johnson, Escort Randy Rawlings; Junior Attendant Peggy Whiling, Escort Kelly Jackson; Crown Bearer Tom Brady; Flower girl Chelen Johnson. FAR LEFT. The new queen is still overwhelmed os Hockey Co-Coptoins Greg Skinner and Brad Wolfe help Koty with her robe. MIDDLE LEFT Snow Doys spectators observe the roces ot Ski-Tonko. LEFT: Ann Borg tips through the gate while competing in the race between the classes. 69RIGHT: Boy lake on cheerleading at Ihc Snow Doy pep fell. FAR RIGHT: Broomball player face each other with revenge. BE LOW: Phil fluihe Snow Day Co-Chairmen Ann and Vicki down the winning Senior Bowl. BELOW RIGHT. The better end of the boy ' drill team. BOTTOM: Junior co-chairmen Holly and Wendy ttorl the car at tho Rood Rally. 70ABOVE; The Mound students who went to St. louis Park. Row I: J. luesse, C. Cox, K. Reese. Row 2. D. Schmidt, B Frevert, D. DeCamp. RIGHT: Conrad Balfour speoks to interested students after his program. CENTER. ABOVE Three foreign guests. Potty, Androa. ond Kemly. CENTER, BELOW, International Day's speakers, 10 A.F.S. students. 72Miscellaneous Student Programs Exchange "Up With People" was the theme of the Annual Choir Talent Show. FAR LEFT: The "Hokie Pokie", ono of Iho Talent Show act . ABOVE: A new group. The Stage Bond, olio played at the Talent Show. LEFT: Doug clowns hit way through hit Talent Show ocl. A variety of acts made the show a big success. Conrad Balfour, Minnesota Human Rights Commissioner, came and talked to the students on National Human Rights Day. International Day was held Jan. 27th. Ten foreign exchange students gave their views about the United States and answered various questions. 7374OrganizationsStudent Government Student Council Takes on Problems and Issues Student council found a major challenge this year in preparing for the new high school. Work on a new constitution was done during the course of the year. It also concerned itself with the traditional activities including Homecoming, Snow-Days, and International Day. The Student Council tried quite successfully to reach out to the student body through a series of open meetings and a policy of letting non-members attend if interested. 76MEMBERS L. to R Row 1 I. Chobot, T. Gilmore, N. Gimmeitod. Row 2 W. Zicmor, B. Bocdecker, K. Brady, J. Kaplan. J. Petty, J. Ohncsorge, T. Hollingsworth. Row 3. R. Kowal, G. Fcrreiro, P. Arcnd. C. Woiland, A. Stewart, V. Anderson, M. Rodofi, J. Heitkamp, J. DcGuiso. Row A D. Keller. B. Taylor, K. Olsen, J. Schluter, B. Frevert, D. Thorp, C. Branden burg, T. Birkelond, D. Batdorf, A Reese, J. lorence, P. Olson. Row 5 V. Womeldorf, P. McClellan, L. Hernandez, S. Johnson, P. Iverson, S. Row, G- lee. BELOW Rcprcsonlativcs listen to committee reports. BELOW LEFT Brad and Deon discuss parliamentary procedure. BELOW RIGHT President Mike Roclofs gets on lop of things; while underneath it all is teslie Chobot. Sec.; Andy Reese. Treas.; and Chris Andrcason, V. Pres. 77Mohian Annual Displays New Look After Year Booked With Hard Work The yearbook involves a huge amount of time and effort from everyone on the staff. Pictures, which are the most important aspect of the annual, must be taken for the various sections. There are always difficulties with them; the weather does not co-operate, times must be rearranged, people cannot make it for their picture, or everything has to be done all over again because the pictures were ruined or they just did not turn out. Layout sheets, copies, and final pages usually manage to be finished the day of the deadline. But the final result is worth every minute of work and is memorable to all. 78FAR LEFT HELPERS. Row t, B Rawlings, D. larson, 0. McAninch, J. Webster, K. Gonyoo Row 2 S. Piepkorn, S. Noreen, K. Brady, P. Graeber, S. lewis, P. Johnson, K. Mansk. ABOVE LEFT PHOTOGRAPHER P. Pletsch. ABOVE MIDDLE, Vicki and Dogni help out on their sections. ABOVE RIGHT Without Ouane we would never know tho scorel LEFT, EDITORS, Row It Under-classmen E ditor J. England, Co-Editor V. Womoldorf, Co-Editor N. Oos, Row 2 Advertising Editor B. Meyer, Academics and Index Editor J. Ohnesorge, Organizations Editor I. Pitts, Sports Editor S. Johnson. 79FAR RIGHT SMOKE SIGNAL, Row 1, I. to r., J. Ferguson, R. Schneider, J. torenco, P. Sandncss. Row 2; K. Albrecht, W. Ziemcr, L. Dodds, 8. Meyer, J. Thompson, P. Iverson. Row 3; K. Ncrli, S. Wcidcnbach, C. Nelson, K. Reese, P. Johnson, B. Rawlings, J. Potty. Row 4; Mr. McHale, C. Cox, D. Lorcnco, S. laurie, C. Andreosen, C. Burgess. RIGHT: Our distinguished editors, Jane Lansing, oss't. editor, and Kevin Olson, editor. BELOW: Barb ond Becky conjure up something brilliant.Smoke Signal The Voice of the People The SMOKE SIGNAL found itself in a transitional year between the old system of coming out about once every five weeks and o more sophisticated system of coming out once every two weeks. Some of the highlights of the year were a trip to the Minnesota High School Press Association's convention at the University of Minnesota and another trip to the Minneapolis Star and Tribune's High School Journalism Clinic. At both meetings the staff acquired new techniques. The newspaper sponsored assemblies on important topics. Some of the guest speakers were Bob Olander of HEAD Foundation (Health Education About Drugs), who gave us a different perspective to the drug problem, and Gary Schoerner, who told us of the inadequacies of "The Warren Report on the Assassination of President Kennedy." The SMOKE SIGNAL was noted for its honesty and truthfulness. Student involvement in the newspaper was extremely high with forty students showing up for the first staff meeting. The newspaper was acclaimed as a success and made big steps in the advancement of journalism standing ot Mound High. 81RIGHT Patchwork, fo r., C. Nel-ton, A. Faaberg, D. Thorp, M. lorton, ed., K. Horon. BflOW Office Helper . I. to r., 0 Keller, S. Piepkorn, B. Anderton, J, Maciat, K Daly. P. Groeber. FAR RIGHT: Peggy doe tome book-work for Ihc tccrclarie . 82Patchwork and Student Aids Time and Skills Devoted to Writing, Office Help Stage Crew Girls working in the senior high office assist in a number of areas. They check attendance, issue passes, typing, filing and otherwise provide much needed clerical aid. Stage Crew set the scenes for plays, assemblies, and talent shows. Patchwork is an annual publication which is an outlet for the student's creativeness. It includes poetry, haiku and various other prose. 83 STAGE CREW: I. to t.-. Row I: S. Chose, S. Mann. 8. Weilond. S. Row, Row 2 D. 8oily, t. Anderson, J. lidberg. T. Hagen, J. Row.RIGHT PEP ClUB: C. Johnion, P. Hodcno, N. Ooi. D. Blockow.ok, C. Morey, M. Dovli, S. Johnion, A. Stewart, K. Fridon, G. lee. V. Koehler, J. Ooi, J. Sichcncder. J. luetic, P. Graeber, S. Piepkorn, S. Wllkinion, K. Cheney, W. Johnion, D. Boekifrom, J. DeGoiie, A. Edit, T. Hollingiworth, K. Rice, G. Pelerion, M. DeGondo. M. Pederien, P. Clark, N. Berg, G. Ron. B. Meyer, I. Chabot, J. Ohnetorge, A. Nymoen, J. Swonion. B. Rowlingi, D. Sliekney, I. Amei, 1. Lindblod, W. Bame, 8. Ulmon. W. Zicmer, S. Anderton, S. Jorgenion, K. Gonyea, P. Johnion, K. Manik, 0. MeAnnich, S. Moreen, C. Andrcoten, J. Petty, K. Reeie, P. Erickion, I. Piltt, L. Mey, K. Brockopp, T. Gilmore, S. lindlan, D. Tharolion, K. lylle, D. Keller, C. Koepp. K. Spellman, W. Backlund, J. Olion, R. Pcdcricn, 0. lindlan, D. lanon, V. Anderton, J. Smith, M. Abrohomion, J. Thompion, N. Meyer, T. Tobin, Y. lanon, C. Gutlncr, K. Daly, J. Magnus, K. Brady, J. William . Pep Club Team Supporters Follow Red White Initiating school spirit became the objective for Pep Club this year as they painted signs, obtained buses for away games, and spray-painted a big Mohawk sign for the scorehouse. Other activities included Spirit Week, which was never tried before, decorating the Fall Athletic Banquet, a march against Lindbergh, Cutouts for the guys' lockers, and, of course, Sadie Hawkins. The Pep Club sponsored a well-decorated Homecoming float. 84FAR LEFT. ABOVE, “The Seniors soy we're gonna win . . FAR LEFT. BELOW, Somo of Pep Club’s Handiwork. LEFT Kalhy and Jane, v ound High'j own Picassos. 85THESPIANS, I. Io r.,- K. Rice, M. Pcdcrtcn, S. Novrolil, T. Carlton, J. Woodward, J. Kaplan, S. Anderton, C. Nclton, M. Roeloft, K. Brady, G. lee, T. Overton, I. Hernandez, I. Combi, R. Brckke, C. Andreoten, A. Macias, I. Doddt, R. Furry, A. Borg, J. Andreatcn. Clubs Various Clubs Add to School Activities Thespians, under the leadership of Gary Lee, were involved in both of the school plays, "Arms and the Man" and "Guys and Dolls." Between working as actors, stage crew, student assistants, and on publicity, they managed to help turn out two very good plays. The Spanish and German clubs both worked very hard on floats for Homecoming and their annual Christmas party. Onow Days had its contributions from them in that the German Club came in second with their Snoopy snow sculpture, but Spanish club didn't quite finish. Finally, both had their ever popular booths at the A.F.S. fiesta. 36CENTERi Jeon ond Gory clown during ploy practice while Mike look on. BELOW, RIGHT: Germon club booth at the A.F.S. fiosto. BELOW: GERMAN ClUB: Row ?, . to r.i J. Englund, V. Womeldorf. Row 2; J. Magnus, 0. Allenburg. A. Borg, Y. larton, D. McAnnich, S. Dovii, B. Meyer. Row 3; S. Cox, K. Reese, C. Burgess, K. Gonyeo, P. Johnson. Row 4, J. Ohnesorge, J. Sondness, J. Foaberg, M. Roelofs, G. Murray. Row 5,-K. Brockopp, B. Robe, S. lindlan, P. Sondness, K. Carlson. ABOVE: SPANISH ClUB; I. Anderson, M. Anderson, S. Boerner, S. Brooks, I. Dodds, C. Glennon, T. Johns, N. Meyer, K. Shaffer, B. Wredberg, G. Peterson, S. Anderson, W. Backlund, A. Borg, P. Clark, I. Combs, R. Engel-hart, J. Hediger, H. House, B. Jensen, P. Iverson, D. Keller, J. Lansing, D. Larson, D. lindlan, J. Luesse, A. Macias. K. Mansk, A. Nymoen, R. Pedersen, J. Petty, D. Romness, K. Brady, A. Ellis, J. Fisher, T. Kotulo, J. Williams. 87F.H.A. I. to r., Row 1; J. Willioms, N. Toylor, 0. Brethorit, S. B ooke». Row 2; S. Cox, K. Gonyca, K. Olson, P. Gcagen, Mrs. Stockton. Clubs Girls Prepare for Future The Future Homemakers of America Club was active in community service this year. Among their activities included making bibs, visiting nursing homes, and selling cookbooks. The club also attended both the District and State F.H.A. conventions and also held a Spring Fashion Show. OFFICE EDUCATION: J. to r.. Row ), K. Daly, J. Sigofoos, S. Borghciintk, M. lorson, P. Mcloughlin, B. Waltz. Row 2. R. Philippi, $. Rustad, T. Hollingsworth, C. Bcntz, M. Rainey. Row 3; G. Gcycn, E. Rausch, P. linden S. Leipzig, J. Hesse. Mr. Muth.D.E.C.A. I. to r., Row I; J. Sallzmon, J. Scholl, L. Benedict, S. Carlton, I. Teetzel, 0. lien. Row 2; M. Peterton, T. Barrett, G. Skinner, B. Kellogg, R. Kowal, S. Oorntboch, B. Bosiger, L. Meredith, B. Toylor. Row 3; Mr. Furlong, G. Peterton, K. McClellan, T. Roberts, K. lorson, J. Jorning, 0. Breon, W. Toffe, R. Rawlings, Curly. Clubs Experience in Speaking and in Jobs DECA, which means Distributive Education Cooperative Association is a part-time education program in which students are in school part of the time and on the job under the supervision of the school and business. The Office Education club is made up of Office Education students who are interested in office occupations. Projects included selling stationery and Christmas cookies to raise money for the annual employer-employee banquet and to send students to various state sponsored conferences. Debate had a solid team which went to weekday, weekend and overnight meets. The topic was: "Resolved: That Congress should establish, finance and administer programs curbing air and water pollution." 89 DEBATE: I. to r.. Row M. Helgoland, G. Carlion. Row 2; S. lindlon, J. Franzel.RIGHT: SCIENCE CLUB, I. to r. Row 1: J. Englund, A. Borg, T. Knotf, Row 2t S. Johnson, P. Sondncss, D. lorencc, S. Norccn. Row 3: J. lobdcll, Mr. Anderson, P. Olson, Pres., J. Price. BELOW: MATH CLUB, I. to r., front; A. Borg; Pres., Row 1: M. Thorne. D. Allcnburg, K. Spellman, T. Knott, I. Hernandez, P. Thompson, Row 2 J. Price, A. Nymoen, K. Reese, M. Pederson, K. Daly, P. O'Brien, Row 3: J. Lansing, B. McCollom, S. lewis, H. House, R. Rawlings, D. Keller, T. Gilmore, J. Sondncss, Row 4: P. Clork, W. Blacklund, D. Tharp, J. Swanson; Sec., K. Brady, Jr. Englund, K. Frcverl. BOTTOM: Mike ponders over a moth problem. Science and Math Clubs Computer Programming and Science Fair Exhibits Science Club, under the direction of Mr. Anderson, proved to be exciting this year. The members entered State and National Science Fair Competition this spring and enjoyed visiting speakers from the Minnesota Academy of Science. Field trips were also planned for spring. Math Club is for students with an interest in math. Its activities center around math-related subjects. This year the membership has more than doubled, due to the fact that members have access to the school's new computer terminal. Math Club members also prepared for the National Mathematics Test this spring.Ski Club Fun on the Slopes During SaturdayTrips The Ski-Club, headed by Pres. Dean Tharp and advisor Mr. Lage, started out with its usual trip to Afton Alps one Saturday following Christmas vacation. It was discovered that tickets were more than expected and that Mr. Lage was more than willing to lend assistance to those embarrassed by the situation. Other areas visited were Birch Park, Snowcrest, and Trollhaugen. SKI CLUB: President Dean .Tharp, Vice Pres. Brian Mocnomoro, Frevert, T. Enevold, J. Word, C. Johnton, J. lobdell, K. Rice, V. B. Moore, V. Faaberg, G. Polerton, C. Gutlner, K. Kellogg, J. King, T. Carlton. P. lindholm, K. Reete, N. Meyer, P. Olton, J. Boeddeckcr, P. luger, $. Bergland, J. Lorence, W. Johmon, $. Loftier, P. Erickton. J. Nelton, A. Reete, S. Borry, D. Sleventon, Johnton, J. Andreaien, K. McDaniel, J. Ferguton, S. Piepkorn, Treat. Mary Friden, Sec. Anne Ellis, R. Pleltch, T. Hagen, B. Womeldorf, C. Andreaten, P. Clark, C. Martin, J. Ohneiorge, Renner, M. Pelerton, W. Ziemer, A. Borg, L. Hernonde , V. England, J. Kaplan, J. Thompton, D. Keller, 8. Moyer, B. Wilkinton, J. Pelly, L. Chabot, S. Bocllcher, M. Metier, J. D. lorence, P. McClellan, S. Johnton, L Mcy, J. Brurek, S. R. Pelorton, K. Jockton, D. Bocktlrom, D. Romnett, K. Co . 9)TO Mohawkettes and Majorettes Entertainment Mohawk Style Maiorettes and Drill Team marched during the pre-game shows and performed at half-time during the football season. The Majorettes twirled spectacular fire batons and the Drill Team danced to music provided by the band. Both groups had original routines which were also seen at basketball games. Talent Shows, and the spring band concert. Besides these. Drill Team performed at pep fests and the choir concert. New uniforms and capes were made by the girls, with the help of some mothers. Spring tryouts for both, and the Aquatennial tryouts for Drill Team brought their many performances to an end. 92 MOHAWKETTES Row t, I. to r.j C. Sucrlh, D. Lien, M. Moore, S. Westerdohl, N. Oas, K. Brady, A. Mocios, D. London. Row 2. J. Ohnc sorge, C. Nelson, C. Koepp, J. Thies, B. Meyer, I. Straub, B. Anderson, I. Anderson. Not picturcdj P. Ellis. V. Larson.ABOVE LEFT-. Mohowkcttc prepare for "Raindrop ". ABOVE CENTER: A Majorette cn"lightcnt" the audionce. ABOVE RIGHT; MAJORETTES, I. to r.; D. Allonburg, V. Womeldorf, D. Kracmer, J. Englund, R. Brekke. LEFT The Drill Team perform ot the Choir Talent Show. ABOVE; Vicki and Jane do their ” pring thing”. 93Cheerleaders Squads Arouse Spirit for Teams and Students Athletic calendars were sold by the cheerleaders to raise money, with their profits going towards new uniforms. Captains of the varsity squads were Gail Ross, Claire Weiland, and Shawn Ortenblad; Shawn also being the President. Nancy Meyer was the B-Squad captain. All varsity cheerleaders cheered at the football games, and crosscountry meets, while they divided into various squads for the winter sports. B-Squad cheerleaders were present at all B-Squad games. ABOVE IEFT: BASKETBALL SQUAD: A Ellis. G. Rot . R. Pcdcrton. P. Clark, D. lindlon. ABOVE B-SQUAD. 1. Chobol. T. Gilmore, P. luger, N. Meyer. I. Mcy, K. Brockopp. ABOVE RIGHT: HOCKEY SQUAD; C. Weiland, J. Oat, K. Friden, J. loette, D. Bocktlrom. RIGHT WRESTLING SQUAD: C. Johnton, N. Berg. S. Orlcnblad, W. Backlvnd. D. Larson. 94  FAR IEFT: Gail. Ann. Rita. Pol, and Dogni cheer enthusiastically al a basketball game. IEFT During a football gome. Shown takes lime out to grin at the camero. 9596L. to R. Row I T. Bennett, J. tobdcll, S. Sondlic, J. Roberge. D. Orn, G. loffler, G. Skinner R. Howells, S. Dornsbach, A. Reese. Row 2 C. Kullbcrg. M. lindblad, D. lorence, S, Row, M. Roelofs, M Overson, D. Engstrand, G. Barkley, Row 3 Mgr. B. Hodden, A. Sorbo. P. loven, J. Moeller, S. Johnson, M. Thorne, J. Heilkamp, T. Sorbo, C. Wend!, Row { P. Sandness. G. Bcrcnl, T. Lind. T. Aslcsen, K. Kroner, M Pilgrom, B. Tichy, C. Brandenburg, Row 5 Coach Robert Eraun. Ass!. Couch, Fred Hanley, Assl. Ron Klick. Football Mohawks Win First Conference Victory in Four Years Mound's Varsity Football Team obtained one great victory this year in its game with Robbinsdale. Greg Skinner ran the opening kick-off to a touchdown which carried the Mohawks on their way to a 20-16 point win making it the first conference victory in four years. Mound's scoring and playing was much improved, brought about by good team spirit and hard work. Gene Loffler and David Orn were team co-captains and Greg Skinner received the title of most valuable player and was on WCCO Allstate Team of the week plus making the All-Lake Conference football team. 98LEFT On Iho sideline, Jerry Berent wotchcs action on the field. tOWER IEFJ “Time Out, I loi my contact." tOWEft RIGHT "Move aside. I'm coming through " Varsity Football Mound 8 30 Eisenhower Mound 0 36 Wayzafa Mound 8 28 Faribault Mound 12 27 Jefferson Mound 20 39 Armstrong Mound 0 27 St. L. Park Mound 20 34 Lincoln Mound 20 16 Robbinsdale Mound 22 28 Lindberg100'V. 101 UPPER IE FT A Falcon finds a Mohawk blocking hit path while other are on hi trail. UPPER RIGHT Rocloffs and Skinner charge through the line to gain yardage. FAR LEFT Tichy leaps to ccilch a pass by locfflcr. MIDDLE: "Holy Cots Tichyl" ABOVE: Mound struggles to keep a footRICHT "On your morkl Get tell GOI" MIDDIE RIGHT Peter Carlton never millet. FAft RIGHT A Mohawk player iliugglct through the line of tcrimmage. I to If Row I P. Higgint, E. Englund. P. Carlton, J. Chapman, M Metier, P. Thompion, J. Grundmcier, B, Andorton, J. Clark. J. Zitzloff. M. Neumann, Row 2 Mgr. M. Womcldorf, S. Martin. M Hotteller. T Brown, D. Wymon, J. Sandnett, t. McKinney, D. Sfcvcnton, J. Lorence, J. toffler, R Vulck, M Miner, Row 3 M, lindquitt, D. Fahrman, S. Sorry, R Flow, M Krolzcr, G. Norditrom, F. Hagttrom, D. DcGuitc, J lute, I. Erickton, J. Woodward, Row J Ant. Coach Robert Gove, Ant. Coach Buerkle, Coach lovell Solyit. 102B Squad Football MOUND 8 0 Lindberg MOUND 32 14 Eisenhower MOUND 38 8 Wayzota MOUND 22 0 Orono MOUND 8 12 Jefferson MOUND 26 7 Armstrong MOUND 26 6 St. L. Park MOUND 36 6 Lincoln MOUND 12 0 Robbinsdale Football B Squad Led Their Division With 8 Wins The sophomore football squad gave Mound one of the most successful seasons ever known to the "B" squad. This season we had eight wins in nine conference games. The "B" Squad had a new coaching staff this season consisting of head coach Lovell Solyst, Lyle Buerkle and Robert Gove. Randy Valek led in scoring this season, and Mike Lindquist made the most tackles. Generally, everybody on the team must receive credit for total team effort. There is no doubt that these "B" squaders will add very much power to our next year's varsity football team. 103Distancemen Run Away With Hard Work Cross Country this year, under the able leadership of Coach Grant Trygstad, made a memorable and triumphant season. Though the record of the season needed improvements, we were able to stay on top of all the valley schools. Captain Terry Bender led the team this year and always was the first through the gate for us. At the Duluth Invitational the team came off very successfully and topped eleven schools in running. Coach Trygstad feels that with practically all the team returning next year, our final records will be better. I. to ft.i How h W Jenton, K. Vanliore, B. Johmon. T. Bonder. W. Sincheff. Row 2. G. Royce. B. Dodds, I. Dole. K. Trieiclmon. Cooch Grant Trygstad, Row 3: B. Sohm, I. Anderson, B. Johnson. 104Cross Country Mound 15 45 Shakopee Mound 44 16 Wayzata Mound 45 18 Jefferson Mound 35 23 Lindberg Mound 48 15 Richfield Mound 50 15 Edina Mound 50 15 Armstrong Mound 39 15 Lincoln Mound 50 15 Eisenhower Mound Invitational 5th of 6 UPPERi Mound runncri itrivc for dUtante. LOWER Terry ond Kloui exhibit their running skills.RIGHT John fight for a rebound. MIDDLE RIGHT Peter rage on Edino. FAR RIGHT Tom goin control of the ball. BELOW Craig drive for a lay-up. Varsity Basketball Mound 67 76 Lindbergh MOUND 57 51 Robbinsdale Mound 42 46 Eisenhower Mound 38 63 Minnetonka MOUND 53 52 St. Louis Park MOUND 65 55 Columbia Hts. MOUND 75 44 Golden Valley Mound 48 56 Armstrong MOUND 52 41 Lincoln Mound 48 55 Lindbergh Mound 69 80 Jefferson MOUND 58 57 Kennedy Mound 44 60 Edina MOUND 77 61 Wayzata MOUND 55 43 Cooper Mound 55 62 Eisenhower Mound 47 79 Robbinsdale MOUND 62 56 Richfield I to R Row 11 G. Barkley, J. lu e, S. Pelerton, P. loven, K. Heitx, M. lindblod, J. Grundmeier, Row 2: T. Bennett, G. lofflcr, A. Sorbo, M. Overton. F. Hagtlrom, I. Erickton, C. Kullbcrg. M. linquitf, E. England, B. Tlchy, R. Miller. 106Basketball Cagers Upset Top Teams in the State Victories over strong Lake Conference teams gave the Varsity Basketball Team the best record in several years. Wins over top-notch teams such as Robbinsdale and Richfield proved the greatest success. Mound beat out Highland Park and Golden Valley in winning the Fridley Christmas Tournament. John Luse and Peter Loven received awards for most valuable players at this same tournament. The team never lost more than two games in a row and tied for fifth place in the Blue Division. Captain Peter Loven was named to the 1971 All-Lake Conference Basketball Team. 107Junior Varsity Junior Varsity Strikes Again The newly tried system where Junior Varsity preceded varsity at conference games was very beneficial to the varsity as they provided great enthusiasm and spirit for the team. This innovation also gave J.V. fans a chance to watch them play initiating more hustle among the players, and providing more players for the varsity. SflOW; Mark dribblet with precision at hit defender straggles behind. RIGHT. Chock up onolher point for Kenny. MIDDLE RIGHT Coochet John Blomlie. lorry Excel, and Gront Trygilad, discuss strategy for following games. FAR RIGHT: Allen attempts o rebound. BELOW RIGHT• Brian and Allen fight foes for the boll. BELOW FAR RIGHT. Mark checks for an opening to shoot.109no B Squad Basketball MOUND 62 20 North Mpls. MOUND 55 48 Lindbergh MOUND 57 23 West Mpls. MOUND 55 38 Chaska MOUND 41 38 Robbinsdale Mound 35 38 Eisenhower MOUND 46 25 Minnetonka Mound 49 73 Columbia Hts. MOUND 47 40 St. Louis Park MOUND 60 53 Southwest Mpls. Mound 48 60 Armstrong MOUND 64 50 Lincoln MOUND 62 44 Lindbergh Mound 45 48 Jefferson MOUND 41 37 Kennedy MOUND 64 57 Southwest Mpls. Mound 37 80 Edina MOUND 48 30 Wayzata Mound 47 57 Cooper Mound 50 74 Eisenhower MOUND 55 53 Robbinsdale MOUND 41 40 Richfield ABOVt RIGMI Ai uiuol, Mohawki out-jumped their opponent! ond got the ball. ABOVE: lee grobi the ball for a rebound. RIGHT Fred chockt over hii shoulder before dribbling out. TAR RIGHT: Mike it ready to thoot from underneath the baiket.I. to H. How Is Mgr. I. Andersen, E. Englund, J. Grundmeier, F. Baker, J. Clark, J. Chapman, I. Dale, How 2: R. Johnson, M. Womeldorf, F. Hogstrom, L. Anderson, B. Sohns, I. Erickson, M. Lindquist, Coach lorry Exel. Basketball Excellent Shooting Provides Many Wins The sophomore squad had a very exceptional season, winning 15 out of 22 games. Lee Erickson led the team in total points with 346 and an average of 17 per game. John Grundmeier came in second with 245 and an 11.7 average. The team had four boys shooting over 40% from the field, these being Lee Erickson at 50%, Mike Lindquist at 45%, John Grundmeier with 43%, and Fred Hagstrom with 42%. The team also averaged a total of 30 or more rebounds for each game. I 1 1L. to R. Row 1: J. Woodward, D. Bennyhoff, C. Holloway, K. Vanliere. B. Anderson, Row 2. R. Grondmeier, C. Broich, J. Heilkamp, M. Roelofs, M. Pilgram. Not pictured: 0. DeGuite. S. Tillotson, T. Knott. Varsity Wrestling Mound 18 31 Lindbergh Mound 11 28 Robbinsdale Mound 9 35 Tonka Mound 11 34 St. L. Park Mound 5 43 Armstrong Mound 11 35 Lincoln Mound 6 40 Jefferson Mound 16 24 Eisenhower Mound 11 32 Eden Prairie Mound 17 29 Brooklyn Center 112Wrestling Major Wins Were During Tourney Matches The 1971 wrestling team had a rough regular season, but did very well in the tournaments. In the Winona tournament, Dave Benneyhoff and Keith VanLeier both placed third in their respective weight classes. Mike Roelofs took first place in the 175 weight class at the Sibley tourney. He was followed up by Chuck Broich, Dave Benneyhoff, and Scott Tillotson, each taking second in their weight classes. At the St. Louis Park tournament, Keith Vanleier took first place in the 127 lb. weight division. Also placing in this tourney were Clarion Holloway, Rick Grundmeier, Chuck Broich, Tom Knott, and Mike Roelofs each taking third place in their weight. The team tri-captains were Chuck Broich, Richard Grundmeier, and Keith VanLeier. The high point scorer was Rick Grundmeier with 28 points total. 113Wrestling Small Numbers Give Great Experience The B Squad wrestlers, oil seven of them, put forth a valiant effort on the weight divisions that they could. The best record was held by Rob Floe with an eight wins and two losses. He also had first place at the St. Louis Park Tournament. Tom Sorbo had a seven and two record and Dave Bergstrom ended five and five. Scott Tillotson took second place at the Winona Tournament and Ken Ford also had a second at the St. Louis Park Tournament., Krotzf. J. Zitxlof. T. Sorbo. . Flo . L fo . How It M. Lind. 8. Blockowiok. W. Fox. Row 2. M FAR LEFT: Tom presses his opponent to the mot. FAR MIDDLE LEFT: Tom grits his teeth os he forges ahead. AR BELOW; LEFT: Rob uses strategy .o obtain points. BOTTOM.- A Mohawk muscles his opponent into position. BflOW Assistant Wrestling Coach H. Leopold. Wrestling Coach C. Jenks. 115Hockey Win Over Detroit Lakes Hi-lights Season The hockey team did a repeat performance of last year by bringing home the Detroit Lakes Invitational Hockey trophy. They defeated Fergus Falls and Indus in that tournament. However, the regular season did not quite live up to expectations. The leading scorers of the season were Greg Skinner and Brad Wolfe, with Greg scoring 18 goals and 8 assists for a total of 26 points and Brad receiving 17 goals and 4 assists for a total of 21 points. Greg Skinner received Lake Conference honorable mentioned team. VoMlty M xVcy MOUNO 6 4 Centennial Moved 3 6 Arentroeg Moved 3 6 lledbo'oK MOUNO 3 3 Oroeo Moved 1 4 Pork MOUNO e 1 Fcrgvt foil MOUNO 4 0 Indvt Moved 2 4 Cooper Moved 4 7 •obt xdok MOUNO 12 1 AWiondrio Moved 0 3 8vrnielU Moved 2 8 Keoeody Moved 1 5 tiecole MOUNO 3 2 Fridtoy Moved 4 4 ittttnon Mound 2 7 E4eo Moved 2 3 Woyioto Mound 3 8 Minnetonka Mound 0 6 EitenKowrr Moved 1 6 feMitid 116 I. to R. Row I; T. lind, K. Trictclmann, B. Kellogg, G. Skinner, B. Wolfe, K. McClellan, T. Hawley, G. Murray, Row 2.- Coach Furlong, T. Chritlenten, R. Howell , C. Brandenburg, P. Carlton, M. Neumann, 0. Engtlrond, S. Sundlie, M. Gablet, G. Berenl, Mgr. M. Dallmon, Attl. Coach Ringut. lEFh Klout line up for the face off. FAR LEFT- Grog Skinner wo choten moil valuable player and clearing champion. ABOVE: Mohawk center in for a hot ol the net. ABOVE Brod raiiet hi ttick after a gool. 117ABOVE BIGHT Jerry attempts o save os Tom and 8fod wait lo receive Ihe pock. ABOVE Greg shows determination os he heads for the goal. RIGHT The team gathers around the goaly for a pep talk before the game. FAR RIGHT Terry out-skotes opponents to ocheive distance. I 18Hockey B-Squadders Compete With Tough Opponents B Squad Hockey Mound 2 5 Cooper Mound 0 2 St. L. Park Mound 1 2 Robbinsdale Mound 1 3 Lindbergh Mound 1 1 Kennedy Mound 3 4 Lincoln Mound 1 2 Jefferson Mound 2 3 Edina Mound 1 4 Wayzata Mound 2 6 Minnetonka Mound 2 4 Eisenhower Mound 1 4 Richfield MOUND 3 1 Eisenhower Mound 2 3 Wayzata 1 19 I. to R. Row I: 0. Wyman, P. Sullivan, K. Derry, J. 8rady, M. McGowan, D. Sather, Coach McHalc, Row 2: G. Opdahl, H. Slcchto, D. Whcelhouie, D. Fahrman, M. Neumann, P. McClellan, K. Krotzer.M Club Lettermen Apply Muscle The M Club was active selling Mound Mohawk stickers, sponsoring free buses to games and building the Homecoming bonfire. They also contributed to the Mound Relays. I to R Row I W. Sinchcff, C. Skinner, G. loftier, 0. Orn, A. Rccte, F. Kellogg, M. Overton, T. lind, 0. Bjcrkoat. Row 2: P. loven, 0. Bennyhoff, M. Thorne, A. Sorbo, T. Atletcn, B. Tichy, C. Kullbcrg, G. Barkley, B. Welland, Row 3: B. Hodden, J. Mader, K. Trietclmann, G. Bcrcnt, S. Johnton, D. Engtlrand, C. Brandenburg, J. Mueller, J. lobdcll, T. Sorbo, Row 4 J. Roberge, T. Knoll, K. Carlton, S. Row, M. Buth, R. Howells, W. Jcnion, T. Bcnnell, C. Cole, Row 5 S. Dorntbach, Mr. Soule, T. Hawloy, K. Van Here, R. Grund-melcr, C. Broich, G. Royce, S. Pefcrton, M. lindblod, B. Ooddt, B. Wolfe. Competitive Skiing First Team Successfully Sets Trend The Ski Team had its first year of actual conference meets. For being such a young team, it had a very interesting and victorious season with several wins. Team co-captains were Drake Lorence and Chip Martin. Chip Martin was the top point scorer with 25 points and John Shoemaker closely followed with 20' 2. 120LEfTi Dove edges shorply at he approaches the nest pole. 8FIOW LEFT Chip off the old pole. Competitive Skiing Mound 0 15 Richfield Mound 2 13 Armstrong Mound 1 14 St. Louis Park MOUND 9 6 Eisenhower Mound 2 13 Kennedy Mound 5 10 Jefferson Mound 1 14 Blake MOUND 10 5 Minnetonka Mound 2 13 Robbinsdale Mound 0 15 Lincoln Mound 5 10 Lindbergh MOUND 12 3 Eisenhower Mound 3% 11% Blake MOUND 12 3 Stillwater L to K How 1: B Frevert. D. lorence. K. Rolfe, S. Boettcher. T. Borg, tow 2: T. Shields, M. Peterson, J. lobdell, P. Erickson, S. Johnson. J. Palmer, C. Martin, J. Word. J. Shoemaker, D. Slovenian, tow 3: K. Jackson, 0. Romnets. M. Mener, S. Berglund, P. Anderson, 0. Peterson.GARA and Gymnastics Tough Competition Met in Lake Conference Included in the revived GARA program this year were tennis, volleyball, basketball, recreational gymnastics and track. Under the guidance of Mrs. Dykoski and Jane Oas, President, they arranged games with various Lake Conference schools. Gymnastics started out rather slowly with limited use of the gym, but did quite well by the end of the season. They held several meets competing with conference and non-conference schools. 122LEFTi Basketball girls jump for the rebound. BOTTOM LEFT GARA Bowlers, I. to r.} K. Frevert, T. Gilmore. B. McCollom. B. Hugged, K. Reeie, R. Harty. BEIOW: Jann demonstrates Ihe itraddle splits on Ihe tramp. BOTTOM CENTER: Martha and Nancy ipot Jann on the horse. BOTTOM RIGHT: Rito, Betty and Jone pose gracefully on the ban.124AcademicsRIGHT: SCHOOL BOARD I. to t„ tealrd; D BERRY, D. CHEMBERLIN, i. ANDERSON, Handing. REV. D. WOODWARD. W RINCSRfD. B HAMES, R, LYMAN. MIDDLE Mr Mohn oniifi Lcilie and I auric LOWER LEFT D. FISHER, Acting Superintendent of tchooli. LOWER RIGHT Mr. Babcock goo over futuro plan with Nancy. OPPOSITE RIGHT EDWARD BEHMLER, Principal. 126IOWEU MOHN: Student Adviior. GAYIEN THOSTENSON; Auiitont Principal. KENT MUSSER: Coun.elor. FRANCIS BABCOCK. Countelor. FREDERICK SOUIE: Athletic Director. Administration Top of the Ladder Work The school board represents the education system of Mound as its policy and decision making body. Under the guidance of Mr. Behmler, the school functioned smoothly in conjunction with school board policies. Registration, discipline, and attendance are taken care of by Mr. Mohn and Mr. Thostenson. Guidance counselors are busy helping students with schedules and selecting post high school plans. Coordination of sports and activities is done by the athletic director. 127MARY IRVINE. Secretory DORIS MAXWEllt Secretary BETTY WAUINi Secretory LORRAINE PEDERSON. Secretary THYUIS HENRICHS. Typiit VANDORA PALM. Typiit MARION LINDQUIST. None BETTY OBRIEN. Health Aide Behind the Scenes Secretaries aid students and faculty with registration, attendance, and preparing office materials. A vital job is that of the cooks, who work diligently to prepare lunch for over 750 students. The health department supplies beds, aspirin, kleenex, and ace bandages to students in need. School maintenance is very well taken care of by the custodians. Under the watchful eyes of the staff, the library is a quiet place to study. With the help of all these people the school year passed with few problems. Devoting many hours a week they help to keep the school running smoothly. Cathy works hard giving out information and taking meuaget. 128POOD PERSONNEL L TO R.. T. BENSON. E. NICKISCM. M KOIAR. C. JENSEN. D. SCHWALBE, P. TAYIOR. I. TRASK. G. McCURDY. C. PARKER DENNIS ERICSON, librarian, VIRGINIA DUHACHEKi librory Aide. Audio Viiual MARY TORKEISON. library Aide BEVERIY DALE: Special Initruclion ROBERT ORTQUIST; Special Education CUSTODIANS I. lo r.. Row I J. CRONICK. M CRESSY. R ORES SEl. Row 7 C. BURDAU, R. WOYTCKE, R, VANECEK 129ANNE CARlSONi Engliih II. Declam Advisor DUANE EIDEi Engliih 10, 12. Deportment Heod GERALD ESSEl-MAN: Engliih 10, Junior Clan Adviior DONALD GULBRANDSON: Speech, Engliih 12, Deelom Advisor, Theipion Advisor, Clou Ploy Director JAMES JACICSON: English 12, Pro-College Comp. PAUL McHALE: Engliih 11, 12, Smoke Signal Advi. lor, B-Hockey Cooch FRANCIS NELSON: English 11, Debate Advisor MARSHA ROKKE: Engliih 10, 11 130TOP LEFT Pom and Potty qet help from Mr. Jenht durinq American Hitlory. BOTTOM IEFT Mr. Gimmeitad reviews nolct with leone. JOHN BIOMIIE: World Hitlory, A-Botkelboll Cooch MELVIN GIMMESTAD Sociol Problem ROBERT GOVE, Sociol Prob lemt, American Hitlory, Notional Honor Society Advitor, B-Atti»tant Football Coach GUY JENKS; American Hitlory, World Hitlory, A Wrctlling Cooch PATRICK KING World Hitlory, Department Head DONAID REIMER: Amcricon Hit-lory English and History Language and Historical Studies Students learn the mechanics of theme writing. The study of theater, acting, and directing was included in Speech III. Students master the fundamentals of speaking in speech closs. Sophomores learn the foundations of American freedom. Several students study European History from T.V. lectures. Seniors discuss current events during the year. World History aids students in understanding the world they live in. Political Science stresses the development of democracy. 131WILLIAM ANDERSON: Biology, Scionce Club Ad-yi»©r AllEENE BUTTERFIELD: Biology CLAYTON NIElSONi Chcmijtry, Phytiet, Senior Clou Ad-yiior DENNIS SCHROEDER: Chomiitry, Phyiicol Science, Elementary Algebra, Deportment Head 132Science and Math Scientific and Computational Discoveries Algebra students study formulas, powers, roots and quadratic equations. In geometry, proofs of formulas are taught. Ecology, animal diversity, and plant and animal structures are taught in biology. Working with fuels, water, acids, and atomic energy is included in chemistry. Subject matter for physics includes areas of mechanics, heat, sound, and atomic energy. UPPER LEFT Dove, Jeri, ond Erick compare lob rosulti in biology. LOWER LEFT Sandy unhoppily cut apart her "happy” pig. UPPER RIGHT Corilee playi around with the computer. LOWER RIGHT Deb, Terry, Eric, and Jackie got a good laugh in trigonometry. LYLE BUERKlE: Math II, Practical Moth NORMAN SIMONDET: Moth III. Moth Club Adviior JAMES SCHUITE: Moth II, Moth IV, Department Head 133German and Spanish Foreign Influence Germans and Spanish attend the annual Christmas Party. Students learn the fundamentals of a foreign language. Study of the cultures of the countries is done by more advanced students. Actual speaking of the languages is stressed. Humorous skits are often performed. Students go down to the laboratory to enhance their listening and speaking skills. Spanish and German Club students worked on Homecoming floats. MINTIE FERGUSON, German, German Club Advisor MANUEl MACIAS: Spaniih, Spanish Club Advisor, Department Head, Sophomore Class AdvisorSHARON HINDE: Stonogrophy, Typing, Clerical Practice ROBERT FOX: Typing, Bookkeeping, Deportment Head PATRICK FURIONG: Distribution I. II, Consumer Economics, A Hockey CoocH ERVIN MUTH: Bookkeeping. Office Education, Office Mochinos. Mohion Advisor. Business : • Commercial and Office Opportunities Students learn to type outlines, letters, and envelopes. The Shorthand Lab helps the student practice taking dictation in shorthand. Items covered in clerical practice include; jobs available, human relations, and interviewing and applying for jobs. A study of banking processes, use of checks, vouchers, and statements is offered. Consumer students cover budgeting, types of savings, advertising, and investing. Cooperative Office Education Program is offered to those who work in an office. UPPER LEFT Joan, Jean, and Nancy uso lope recorder! for Spanish, LOWER LEFT Miss Ferguson gels a lough out of Donald Duck. UPPER RIGHT Denise struggles to finish her letter. LOV ER RIGHT Mr. Fo oyes his bookkeeping class. 135GLORIA ElYi Home Economic ROBERTA STOCKTON: Home Economic , Department Head, F.H.A. Advitor JOYCE HANSON, Art RANDAL lAGEi Art, Deportment Head, Ski Club Ad-vi or Home Ec. and Art Domestic and Artistic Skills Creative experiences are offered in clothing and the study of textile fibers. The preparation of foods from other cultures is taught. Art class projects include printmaking, sculpture, art history, and painting. Ceramics are also used. 414 HSTEPHEN BENSONi Electronic!, Electricity ond Power Mechanic! HARRY BOCKHAUS: Wood Shop RONAID KlICKi Drafting, AAssiitant Football Cooch HERBERT OlSONi Graphic Arti, Department Head ROBERT TEIGEN: Metol Shop Industrial Arts Vocational Skills and Training A general education in machining and fastening of metals used in industry is offered. Basic skills in the use of hand and power tools are taught. Areas covered in drafting include drawing, reproductions and the use of the pantograph, model construction and mapmoking, and perspective drawings. In electronics: transformers, radios, power supplies, and vacuum tubes are used. Units of photography and silk screening are studied in graphics. UPPER LEFT Aft students creatively at work in the art room. LOWER LEFT Girl! in Homo Ec. moke itraw dolli for display coiei. UPPER RIGHT Jim comfortably itudying in shop clot!. LOWER RIGHT Gary, Scott, ond Kevin leom to identify wood sample!. 137Phy. Ed. Sound Body and Mind Learning while having fun are key words in phy. ed. classes. Students develop a favorable attitude toward physical activities. Included in boys activities are touch football, golf, basketball, wrestling, and broomball. Physical fitness tests are given each year and national tests are taken with scores and ranks recorded. In health class, emphasis is placed on social problems such as drugs and alcohol abuse. PATRICIA DYKOSKI: Phyticol Education, Health. Deportment Head, Cheerleader Advisor. FRED HANIEY: Physical Education. Health, A-Football Assistant Coach. Moxine learnt how to do-fend herself with Judo in gym dost. 138ORCHESTRA: I lo It, Row I G. B»own, K. Anderton. R. Filmore. T. Klemok, A. Borg, J Findley. Row 2 M. Abrohomton, M Neufeld. B. Bycrt, P. Iverson, D. Trvmmer, B. Irvine, K. Montk. Row 3 S. laurie, N Meyer, J. Waldron. Row 4 J Andreotcn, Overton, K Freverl, J. looting, M. Anderton, K. Albrecht, P. Ketxback, T. Gilmore, J. Aognuton, I. lobdcll. A. Sorbo, P. Olton, B. Tichy, J. Ohnetorge. V. WomcldorF. Row 5 Mitt UUinger, T. Sfockttod, S. lindlon, A Stewart. Music Vocal and Orchestral Harmony The Choral Section, made up of sophomores, participated in the Christmas concert and sang with the concert choir in the Spring. The Orchestra performed at the Scholarship pancake breakfast, a Spring concert, and the spring musical. IOIS UTZINGER Orchettro CHORAl SECIONi I to R., Row I I. Chabot. P. Erickton. P Welch, V King, K. Kellogg, K SoltimonR t o • ttad, D. Scherven Row 2 A. longe. J. McGuire, P. Chopmon, M. Dovit. P. Geogon S.» OyM D Woateia. D. Davit. I. lindblod, K. lilligren. Row 3 L Otten, D. Wyman. D. Sleventon. J. Hotf.eld, J. Woodward. J. Ward. C. Foothorilon. B. Daly, P. Carlton, J. loftier. M. Womcldorf. 139CONCERT CHOIR—I o R . Row 1 P. John on. S. Norcen, H Hooic, S. Wcifcrdohl, K. Brody, M. Hilbelink. T. Tobin. Row 2 I. Stroob. J. Salomon, C. Nclion. Y. lor»on. D. Romneu, I. 8itiner. P. Clark. Row 3. S. Sundlie, C. Neljon, B. Jcntcn, B. Bocdecker, 0. lar on, D. Blockowiok, C. Weiland. 0. lien. Row 4 M. lindblod, M. Helgelond, G. Royce. R. Robe. G. Murray, P. Zoldahn,. J. Kochnen, M. Hoefer, B Jcnjon. CHORAlETTES—I. to R, Row I A Ellis, M. Rainey, J. OUon, D. landon, S. Hettelgravc. D. Horiley, 0. Shaughne y. Koepp. S. Navrolil, I. Toylor, P. Hodeno, M. Shoughne» y, P- Solden, D. Slickney, S. Young, E. Grenier, B. Sowicki, J. J. lilligren, I. Andcrten, K. Doly, B. Kutl, K. Rice, J. Sigofoo . P. Whiling, M. McClure, J. Sicheneder, M. Geyen. J. Slubbs’ J. Scholl. E. Rou»ch, S. Weidenboch. I. Comb , G. Archulclo. R. Engelhorl, I. Hendrickion, G. Morey, I. Hoff. B 140I to H, Row 1: J. Motioi, G. Brown. K. McDaniel, K. Bobotx, D. lindlan, H. Seoman, Row 2 J. Bailey. D. DeCamp, J. Swanion. W. Bocklund, 1. Kolor. J. Thiei, Mr. Hotvel. Row 3 I. Pederion, A. Motioi. G. Hendorton, P. Ellis. G. Ron »ec.. B. Hodden, A Reeie pre .. Row 4- C. Holloway, G. lee. D. Romnen v. prC».. M. Roeloh Ireoi., K. lar»on. R. Wilion, 1. Womer. $ Andorten R- Pederion. J. Oa», C. Pike. Row 2. C. Soltzman. Row 3: D. Cecko, V. Fetching, Bryce. Row 4 Mr. Hotvet. N. Ooi. B Hefty. W, Ziemer, C. Stello ROBERT HOTVET Concer’ Choir Choralottei Choral Section Choir Concerts Provide Entertainment for All The Choir Season started off singing Carl Orff's, "Carmina Burana" at Northrop Auditorium with four other choirs including the U. of M. Orchestra. The Choralettes, a new all girls' group, joined the Concert Choir in singing at Southdale, and t the home Christmas Concert. In the early spri (g the two choirs participated in the lake Conference Choral Festival and were joined by the sophomore and freshmen choirs in singing Mozart's "Requim". The Concert Choir then joined with the entire Lake Conference in singing Handel's "Messiah ' The choir ended the year in its annual outing and sang in the Baccalaureate Services. Ml142SYMPHONY BAND: I. lo R, Row It V. Womeldorf, J. Andreosen, A. Foobcrg. Sec.-Treos , J. laming, K. Spellman, I. Thorn . K. Conyeo, V. Koehler, N. Gimmestod, R. Furry. Row 2 D. Abrahomson, B. Meyer. S. Johmon, T. Bender, A. Nymoen, D. Brethorsf, R. Kowol, K. Lytle, K. Cheney, C. Andreoicn, J. Ohnesorge, V. Pres., I. Pitts, Row 3 P. Olson, Pres., B. Tkhy, M. Peterson, J. Shoemaker, M. Thompton, G. Nelson, B. Moxwell, B. McCollom, C. Marsh. S. Olson, D. Boldwin. J. Mognuson, D. Batdorf, T. Sorbo, K. Peterson. D. Johnson. I. Gray. S. lewis, J. Btuxek, D. Hanson, Row 4 Mr. Harris. K. Jackson, J. luger, M. Thorne, A. Stewart, J. Ferguson, S. Fealherston, M. Wilkerson, A. Sorbo, P. Iverson, G. Corlson, J. lobdcll, T. lind, P. loven, S. Johnson. IlOYD HARRIS: Symphonic Band. Concert Bond Band Many Performances Under New Director During the football season, the two bands combined to present unusual and spectacular half-time shows. Pep bands played at pep fests, basketball, and hockey games. New this year, was the stage band, which provided other entertaining music. Various concerts were presented throughout the year. CONCERT BAND: I to R Row J, I. Dodds. T. Over son. K. Frevert, M. Hoetger, E. Brown. D. Thorne. B lundin, T. Gilmore. R Boird. Row 2 K. Albrecht, P. Kctibock, K. Schaffer. J. Thompson, C. Gustner. D. Thorolson, J. Hoetger, J. Hougcn, S. Berglwnd, M Messer. Row 3, S. Borry, E. Englund. P. Anderson, L Price. K. Koethler. M. Harrison. M. Miner, P. Thompson. Row 4 G. loube, N. Farrell, S. lindlan, Mr. Horris. M3144AdvertisingJano Tux Shoe Rentals Repair THE FOURSOME Family Clothing and Shoes Wayzata, Minnesota Everything in Carpets Mound Body Shop Congratulations Class of 71 146V S Jewelry Mound Bowling Lanes Shepherd's Laundry Jim's Tonka Sport Shop Sears The Friendliest Minnetonka Oil Co. Store in Town 147First National Bank of Navarre G S Cabinets Surfside Fischer Floral Minnetonka Plumbing Magic Cleaners Meyer Bros. Dairy "Every Body Needs Milk ’ MSCarl's Repair K. O. 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DANIEL FREDERICK Don German Club II; Ski Club II, 12; Band 10. II. I 2; Clan Ploy 10; Football 10; Track II. 2 16, 33, 64, 143 AHSENMACHER, ROBERT Bob Ski Club 10. 1 I 16 ALLENBURG, DEBORAH JEAN Deby German Club II, 12; Math Club 12; Majorette 10. II, 12 16, 22,61,87, 90, 93 ANDERSEN, STEPHEN PAUL Steve Choir 12; Basketball Monoger 10, 12 16, 59 ANDERSEN, STEVEN A. 16 ANDERSON, BRADLEY B. Brad Student Council I 2 16 ANDERSON, KAREN THERESA Slim Spanish Club 10, II; Thespian 10. 11, I 2: Honor Orchestra 10, 11, 12 16, 139 ANDERSON. REBECCA SUE Becki Pep Club 10. 11, 12; German Club 1 1; Thespians 10; Mohawkettes 12; Band 10. 11; Office Helper 12; Best Dancer 16, 21,61,62,82, 92 ANDERSON. RUSSELL »d ANDREASEN. JOHN WOELK Andy Ski Club 10. II, 12; Thespians 10, II, 1 2, Smoke Signal 10, 1 1; Band 10, 11, 12; Honor Orchestra 10, II, 12; Class Ploy 10. 11,12 16, 86,91, 139, 143 BAERT. MARYELLEN Mary Pep Club 10. 11, GARA 10 17 BAILEY, JUDY MARIE Jude Pep Club 11; Sponish Club 11, 12; Band 10; Choir 11,12 17. 141 BARRETT. THOMAS STEVEN Tom D.E. Club 17, 89 BEE. CURTIS 17 BENDER, TERRENCE DWIGHT Bundo Ski Club 10. II. 12, “M" Club 10. II. 12; Moth Club 12; Student Council 10, 12; Bond 10. II, 12; Drum Major 11. 12; Cross Country II, Co-Capt. 12; Track 10, 11, Co-Capt. 12 17, 104, 105. 133, 143 BENEDICT. LETA MARIE D.E. Club 12 34, 89 BENNETT. THOMAS RANDALL Tom 'M" Club; Basketball 10. 11, 12; Baseball 10. 11. 12; Cross Country 1 1, Football 12 17. 98, 106, 120 Seniors BENTZ, CAROL MARIE O.E. Club 12 88 BERGLUND. ANN CHRISTINE Pep Club 11; Germon Club II; Thespians 11; Science Club 11; Bond 10; Closs Play 10 17 BERGLUND. ERIC B. Thespians 10; Science Club 10. 11; Ski Club 10, II; Band 10, II; Closs Play 11 17, 133 BJERKAAS. DUANE A. "M" Club 11. 12; Mohian II. 12; Class Play 11; Basketball Mgr. 10.11.12; Baseball Mgr. 10. 11; Football Mgr. 11 17. 79, 120 BLACKOWIAK, DAWN HELENE Sun Rise Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Gymnastics 10, 11,Choir 10, II. 12 17, 84. 140 BOERNER. STEVEN RICHARD Fuxxy Ski Club 1 I; Football 10; Hockey 10 17 BOETTCHER. SCOTT RANDAL Scooter, Batch Ski Club 10, II, 12; Student Council 10. 11; Science Club 11; Band 10, 11,-Boys Drillteam; Class Play 10; Ski Team 1 2. Golf I 2 17, 91. 121 BOLDUC. RONALD JOHN Big Ban 17 BORG, TODD LOCKEN Ski Club 11; Math Club P»es. 11,12; Thespians 10, 11. 12; Germon Club 11, 12; Declom 12; "M" Club; Science Club 11, Band 10, 11; Class Play 10, 11. 12; Wrestling 10; Ski Team 12 66.121 BORGHEIINCK. SANDRA ANN Sondi Pep Club 10. 11; O.E. Club 12 17, 88 BOSIGER, ELIZABETH JANE Betty Pep Club 10; Student Council 1 1; GARA 10; Choir 10; Gymnastics; Class Flirt 34. 62, 89 BOYD. THOMAS PAUL Boy da Wrestling 10 BRADY, KATHLEEN FRANCES Koly Pep Club 10, II. 12; Thespians 11. Sec 12; Mohian 12; Spanish Club II, Pres. 12; Mohawkettes 11, 12; Math Club 12; Student Council II. 12; Choir 10. 1 1, 12; Snow Days Queen 17,61,67. 68. 77. 79, 84, 86. 90. 92, 140 BREEN, DAVID A Dove D.E. Club II. 12; Band 10 17. 89 BROCKOPP. MICHAEL HARRY Mika 18 BROICH, CHARLES J. Chuck Wrestling 10. 11. 12; Track 10. 11 IB, 112, 120 BROWN. VIRGINIA ANN Ginnie National Honor Society, Choir 12; Orchestra 1 2 18. 139, 141 BRUHN, DENISE A. Pep Club 10 IB BRUZEK, JOHN A. Ski Club 10; Band 10. II. 12 18, 91, 143 BRYCE. JANET LEE Jon Pep Club 10; Choir 10; Chorolettes 12 18 .140 BUEHl, GEORGE I. 18 BUSH, MONTY MITCHELL Shrub "M" Club 11, 12; Cross Country 10, 11; Wrestling 10. 11. 12; Track 10. 11 12 18. 120 CARLBOM. GERI LYNN Pep Club 10, 11; Thespians 10; Spanish Club I 1; D.E. Club 1 2; Mohawkettes 11, Choir 10. 11. 12 5. 18 CARLSON. KEITH BERTRAM German Club II. 12; "M" Club 10. 11. 1 2; Moth Club 10, 11; Science Club 10, 1 1; Ski Club 10. II; Mohian 10; Band 10. 1 1 x Ski Team 1 1.12; Track 10. 1 1 19, 87, 120 CARLSON. SANDRA LEA Sandy D.E. Club II, 12 19. 89 CASEY. CRAIG ALLEN 34 CHASE. STEVEN ROBERT Red Ski Club 10. 11; Stage Crew Mgr 10. II, 12; Football 10; Ski Team 12 19. 83 CHENEY. KAREN LEE Cheney Woman Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Thespians 10, Band 10. II, 12; Mohawkettes 11 19, 84. 143 COLE. CAMERON WESLEY Clutch Mohion 10; Track 10, 11, 12 19. 120 DAllMAN, MARK RICHARD Math Club 11. V. Pros. 12, Spor»' h Club II, Science Club 11, Closs Flay 10; Hockey 10, 11. 12; Football 10 19, 116 DALY. KATHRYN MARY Kathy Pep Club 10. 11. 12, Science Club 1 •' 12; Math Club 12, O.E. Club 12; No tionol Honor Society II. 12, GARA ' Bond 10. 11; Office Helper 12 19.82.84. 88, 90, 128. 140 DECAMP. DEBORAH JEAN Debbie GARA 12; Choir 12 19, 73. 133, 141 155DEGUISE, JACQUELYN MARGARET Jock German Club II, 12; Math Club 11, 12; Science Club Sec. Treas. II, 12; Pep Club 10. II. 12;TKetpiani 10, 12; Student Council 11, 12; National Honor Society 11. V. Pre». 12; Girl Stale Alternate 11; PTSA 12; Bond 10. 11; Clot Play 10 19, 77.64. 90, 133 DERRY, KEVIN JOSEPH Kev Football 10; Hockey 10 19 DIEGRE, RICHARD B Didge Stage Crew 1 2 19 DODDS. BRUCE CARLTON Terrence "M" Club 10, 11. 12; C'Oti Country 10. 11. 12; Track 10. II. 12; Wrestling 10 19, 104, 120 DORNSBACH, SANDRA LOU Cindy Pep Club 10; D.E. Club 12 19. 89 DREWS. DEBRA DIANE Deb Ski Club 10. 11. 12; GARA 10; Band 10. 11, 12; Clot Play 10; Girl Ski Team 1 2 19 EISS, JOHN MARTIN ”M" Club 10, 11. 12; Golf 9. 10. Cop-loin 11 12; Bowling Team Captain 10. II. 12 34 ELLIS, ANN MARIE Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Ski Club 10. II. 12; Thespian 10; Student Council 11, 12; Mohian 12; Gymnaitic 10; Choir 10; Chorollette 12; Mohawkette 11; Cheerleader 12; Snow Day Attendant 10; Homecoming Prince 12 19, 58, 59. 84. 86. 91, 94, 95. 140 ENEVOLD. THOMAS RICHARD ESQUIRE Ene Ski Club 12; Student Council 12; Senior Clot Treasurer; Hockey 10, II 16, 19 ENGLUND. JANE MARIE German Club 11, Sec. Treoi. 12; Science Club 11. 12; Math Club 12; Smoke Signal 10; Ski’Club 10. 12; Declare 11, 12; National Honor Society II, 12; Mohian II, 12; Majorettes II, 12; Band 10. II, l2;Clost Play 10 20.61,79, 87,90. 91.93 ERICKSON. PAUL RAYMOND Stein Ski Club 10, 11, 12; Student Council II; Patchwork 12; Wrestling 12; Football 11; Ski Teom 11, 12; Clot Flirt 20, 62, 91. 121 ERICKSON, WAYNE VICTOR Erica 34 ESPIRITU. NICHOLAS 20 FAABERG. ANN RENEE Pep Club II; Home Ec. Club V. Pres. 11; Patchwork 12; Band Treasurer 10, Sec. 1 I, Sec. Treat. 12; Clast Ploy 10 20, 82, 143 FAABERG. JEFFREY EVAN Jeff German Club 12; Ski Club II. 12; National Honor Society 11, 12; Track 10. 11; Cross Country II, 12; Inlromurol Basketball 1 1 20, 87 FARLEY, JOSEPH BARRINGTON Jose Hockey 10; Football 10 20 FEATHERSTON, SHAWN LOGAN "Ain't Gonna" Ski Club 10, II, 12; Thespians 10; German Club 11. 12; Band 10. 11. 12; Class Play 12; Cross Country 10, 12; Boys Drillteam 20, 28, 14 3 FERREIRA. GRACETARIA DEABREV Groce Student Council 12; Choir 12; AFS Student 20, 64. 65. 77 FISCHER. ROBERT J. Bob Wrestling Mgr. 0; Track Mgr. II 20 FISHER. JUDITH MARIE Judy Spanish Club I 2 86 FORESTER. MAXINE ANN Mo Pep Club 10 20, 138 FREVERT. BRADLEY JAMES Brad Science Club 11, 12; Ski Club 10. II. 12; Thetpiont 12; Band 10, II; Clots Ploy II, 12; Senior Clast V. President 16.20.66.73.77,91, 121 FRIDEN. MARY CATHERINE Kofy Pep Club 10. II. 12; Spanish Club 10, 11; Ski Club 10, 11. Treat. 12; Gym-nasties 10; Choir 10; Relays Attendant 10; Homecoming Princess 12; Cheerleader 10. 11,12 20, 58, 84, 91,94 GEHRKE, VICKIE LYNN Vick Pep Club 10, 1 I 20 GEYEN. GAIL JOANNE O.E. Club 12 20, 88 GEYEN, JOHN ALBERT Jock “M" Club 11, 12; Bosketboll 10; Bote-ball 10. 11,12 20 CRAEBER. PEGGY ANN Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Science Club 11; Thespians II. 12; Mohian 12; Office Helper 12 20, 79, 82, 84 GRAY, LORRAINE C. Lori Pep Club 10; Band 10. 11,12 21. 143 GRIM. VICKI I. Vie Pep Club 10. 11; GARA 10; Gymnottics 11; Thespians 12; Choir 10, 11 21 GRUNDMEIER. RICHARD I. Rick "M" Club; Football 10; Wrestling 10, 11, 12 21, 112. 120 GUNION, WANDA LOU Pep Club; GAA 10 21 GUSTAFSON, GREGORY CARL Gut Band 10; Batkelball 10; Football 10 21, 89 HADDEN. ROBERT RUSSELL Bob National Honor Society 11, Pres. 12; Math Club; "M" Club 10, 11. 12; Choi. 10, 11. 12; Clots Play 10; Golf 10, 11. 12; Wrestling 10. 11; Football Mgr. 10, 11, 12 21, 98. 120. 141 HARPESTAD. STEVEN LYNN HAWLEY. THOMAS WILLIAM Hawk "M" Club 10. II. 12; Football 10; Hockey 10, II, 12; Baseball 12; Boys Drillteam 21. 116. 120 HEINSCH, STEVEN CHARLES Hockey 10 21 HEITZ, CONNIE HELGElAND, MARK DAVID Huggie Science Club V.Pres. 11, 12; Dobote II, 12; Dedom 11, Math Club 12; Choir 10, 11,12; Basketball 10; Golf 10 22. 89. 140 HENDERSON, VIRGINIA MARY Ginny Pep Club 10, 11; Choir 10. 11. 1 2; Cheerleader 10, 11 22, 141 HENDRICKSON. LINNEA GWEN lynn Chorollettes 12 9, 34. 140 HERNANDEZ. LUIS ALBERTO ADASME Ski Club 12; Moth Club 12; Track 12; Student Council 12; AFS Student 22. 65, 77. 86. 90. 91 HESSE. JERI MARIE GARA 10; O.E. Club 12; Cho«allettes 12 22, 88 HICKS. TIMOTHY G. Nig Football 10 22 HILBIUNK, MARILYN JO Spanish Club II; Ski Club 10, 11; Pep Club 10. 11; Gymnastics 10; Choir 10. 11. 12; Cheerleader 10, II 19. 22. 140 HINES, STEVE HOEFfR, WILLIAM BURNS Bill Science Club II; German Club 12,- Ski Club 10. 11, 12; National Honor Society II, 12; Choir 10. 11, 12; C'oss Play 10. 12; Track 10. 11; Cross Country 11; Basketball 10; Golf 12; Bowling Team 10, 11. 12 13, 23. 140 HOFF. LAURA M. F.H.A. 10; Student Council 10, II, 12; Gymnastics 10, 11; GARA 10. II; Chorollettes 12; Class Ploy II; Most Active 23, 62, 140 156HOLLINGSWORTH. TERESA RENEE Tetri Pep Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11 j O.E. Club Historion 12; Student Council 11, 12 23, 77, 84, 88 HORAN. OAVIO G. Dove HUBBARD. JAYNE ELIZABETH Pep Club 10; German Club 1 2; Bond 10 23 JACOB. MICHEL Mike JARNIG, JOHN E. Shi Club 10, II; German Club 10; ”M" Club 11, Choir 10, 11, Track 10, 11; Belt Dancer 23, 62. 89 JOHNSON, CORILEE HEY Son, Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Math Club 12; Ski Club 10. It, 12; Thespians 10; GARA 10. It; Cheerleader II. 12 23,84.91. 94. 133 JOHNSON, DOUGLAS GEORGE Doug Band 10, 11. I 2; Stage Band 12; Mr. Lcgi 11 23, 43 JOHNSON, SHELLEY LOUISE Shell Smoke Signal 10; Potchwork 10; Moth Club V. V. Pret. 11, Science Club 12; Pep Club 10, 11, Prei. 12; Ski Club 10. 11, 12; Student Council 12; Mohion II, 12; GARA 12; Band 10. II. 12; Clou Play 12; Snow Dayi Princess 12; Girli Track 11 4, 13, 23,68, 79,84,85, 90,91, F 43 JOHNSON. WENDY LYNN Wen Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Sponith Club 10; Sk. Club 11. 12; GARA 10; Choir 10 23, 84, 9? JONSEN. K. CHRIS Jonty 23 KALLUNKI, CYNTHIA LEE Cindy KAPLAN, JEAN B. Student Council 12; Thespians Tree . 10, II, 12; Class V. Pret. 10; Sponiih Club 10, 11, 12; Pep Club 11; Mohowkeltes 11; Ski Club 12; Smoko Signal 10; Bond 10, II; Class Play 10, II. 12, Class Actress 23, 34. 62, 67. 77. 86. 91 KELLOGG, FREDERICK BRAD • M" Club V. Pres. 10. Sec. 12; D.E.C.A. V. Pres. 12; Football 10. 11, Hockey 10, 11, 12; Baseball 10. II. 12 23, 58, 62, 89, 116, 120 KELLY, STEVEN 23 KICKHAFER. BONNIBEl M. Bonnie KOHMAN, MICHAEL GERALD Duck Football 10; Baseball 10 23 KOTULA. TERESA ANN Terry Science Club 10; Thespians 10, 11, Spanish Club II, Sec. 12; Smoke Signal I2; GARA 12 24. 86 KOWAl, ROXANNE LEE Roxie D.E.C.A. 12; Student Council II, 12; Band 10, II. 12 24. 77, 89, 143 KRAEMER, DEBRA LYNN Deb German Club 10, 11, Thespions 10; Ski Club 10; Declam II, 12; Band 10, II, 12, Majorette 10, Head Majorette II, 12 24, 61, 93 KUST. BRENDA JEAN Brandy Pep Club 10; Spanish Club 10; Choral-lottos 12 24, 140 LAMBRECHT, REOGINALD JAMES Wally Electronics Club 11,12 24 LARSON. KENDALL N. Ken Choir 11. 12; Baseball 10. II. 12 24, 89, 141 LARSON, MARY E. Pep Club 10; Gorman Club II, 12; O.E. Club II, Pres. 12; Potchwork 10. II. Ed.tor 12 24, 82, 88 LARSON, YVONNE DIANE Vonnie German Club II, 12; Pep Club 10, 12,-National Honor Society 10, 11, 12; Science Club II; Mohowkettcs 12, Choir 10, II, 12 11, 24, 61,84,87, 140 LEE, GARY ELMER Hairy 6. 24,66. 77, 84,86, 130, 141 LEIPZIG. SYBIA ANN Syb Pep Club 10; GARA 10, 12; Gymnastics 10. Ilj O.E. Club 12 24, 88. 122 HEN, DONNA MARIE Snicker Pop Club 10. II. 12,- Ski Club 10. II; D.E.C.A. Pres. 12; Thespians 10; Gymnastics 10, II, Cheerleader 10, II; Mo-hawkettes 12; Choir 10, 11, 12; Homecoming Princess 12; Best looking 24. 58, 61,62, 89. 92. 140 LIllEDAHl, LILY MARIE Pep Club 10. 11 24. 64 LIlllGREN, JO NADINE Pep Club 10; Thespians 10; Sponish Club II; Choir 10; Choralleltes 12 25. 140 LINDBLAD, MARK ANTHONY Morhut "M" Club II, 12; Notional Honor Society II, 12; Choir 12; Basketball 10,11, 12, Trock 11, 12, Football 12 13, 25. 58, 98, 106. 120. 140 LINDEN, PATRICIA JOAN Pot DE. Club 12, Pep Club 10. 11, Band 10. 11 25, 88 LOBDEll, JOHN DEWITT lobber • M" Club 11, 12; Ski Club 11, 12; Sci-cnee Club 11, 12; Nat. Honor Society; Band 10, 11. 12; Closs Play 10. II. 12; Football 10. 11, 12; Wrestling 10; Trock 11. 12; Ski Team 12 25, 90. 91. 98, 120. 121. 139, 143 LOFFLER, GENE SHERIDAN Gene "M" Club 10, 1i, Pres. 12; Football 10. 11, 12; Basketball 10. 11. 12; Baseball 10, II. 12 25. 58. 98, 106. 120 LORENCE, DRAKE W. Duck Ski Club 10. II. 12; Spanish Club 10. 11, Science Club 10. 11. 12; "M" Club II. 12; Student Council 11, 12; Thespions 11, 12; Smoke Signal II, 12; Math Club 12, Sr. Closs Officer, Band 10. II. 12; Stage Crew 12; Basketball 10; Football 11. 12, Ski Team Co Capt. 12, Track 10. II. 12 5, 16, 25, 80. 90.91,98. 121 LOVEN, PETER WILLIAM luveen "M" Club 10, 11, 12, Student Council 11; Jr. Closs Treas; Bond 10, 11, 12; Cross Country 11; Football 10, 12; Basketball 10. 11. 12. Coploin II. 12; Baseball 10. I 1. 12 25. 58, 98, 106, 107. 120, 143 LUSE, MICHAEL S. Stooge Wrestling 10; Track 10 25, 89 LYONS. GREGORY B Greg Stage Crew I 2 25 MACIAS. JEANNE LOUISE Jeon Spanish Club II, 12; Pep Club 10, 11, 12; Science Club 11, GARA 12; Choir 10, II. 12. Office Helper 12 25, 82. 86, 135, 141 MACNAMARA, JANE I. Shi Club 10. 11; Thespions 10, 11, Pep Club 10; GARA 10, Gymnastics I I; Stagecrcw 12; Ski Team 12 25 MADER. JOHN PAUL Jack • M ' Club 11, 12, Footboll 10. 11, 12; Basketball 10, Trock 11,12 25. 120 MAGNUS, JAYNE M Pep Club 10, II. 12; German Club 10, 11, 12; Science Club II; National Honor Society II, 12; Thespians 11, Mohian 12, Chorallettes 12 26. 61. 84, 87 MARCY. GAYLE HELEN Ski Club 11; Pep Club 12. Chorolletles 12 26. 84. 140 McClellan, kevin t. Mac O.E. Club 12. Football 10. Hockey 10. It. 12 19. 26. 89, 116 McClure, maureen ruth Morr Pep Club 10. 11. 12; Thespions 10; Chorallettes 12 26, 140 McDANIEl, KATHRYN ANN lady Kothryn Thespions 10, II; Ski Club 12; Choir 10, 11. 12 26, 91. 141 McLaughlin, marcaret c Peg OE. Club 12 26. 88 MEREDITH. LOENE HELEN Pep Club 10. 11. DECA 12 26. 89, 131 157MEYER, BARBARA JO Sorbet Moth Club 10. II. Pep Club 10, II, 12; Thespians 11; Mojoretlet 10, 11 j German Club II, 12; Ski Club II, 12; Smoke $ig-nol 10, II, 12; Mohion II, 12; Nal. Honor Society 10, II, 12; Band 10, II, 12, Clots Ploy 10. 12 10, 26, 61, 79. 80, 81. 84, 85. 87, 91. 92, t43 MIMNAUGH. RAYMOND ROY Roy 35 MINDER. TRACEY IYNN Choir 10 27 MORAVEC, MARTIN ANTHONY Marty German Club 1 1 27 NAVRATIl, SUSAN LEE Sue Thespians II, 12; Choir II; Choralleltcs 12; Class Ploy 12 27, 86. 140 NEISON, CYNTHIA IEE Cindy Pep Club 10, II. 12; Science Club II; German Club II, 12; Thespians II, 12; Mohowkeltes 12; Nat. Honor Society; Smoke Signal 12; Choir 10, II, 12 27.61.81.87. 86. 92. 140 NEISON. JOHN ROBERT Crash Ski Club; Student Council; Pofchwork 12; Football 10; Hockey 10 27. 58, 91 NEISON. SANDRA I Sandy Pep Club 77 NOREEN. SANDRA SUE Sandie Pep Club 10, II, 1 2; Science Club 11. 12; Thespians II, 12; Mohian 12; Choir 10. 11. 12; Class Musician 27. 62. 79, 84. 90. 140 NOVAK. SHELLEY MARIE Chevy Novo Pep Club 10. I I; Thespians 10; Student Council 10. II. 12; Ski Club 10; GARA 10; Debate II; Choir 10. 11; Class Play 11 27 NOVAK. STEVE E. Choir 10, Football 10 35 OAS, NANCY MARIE Pep Club 10, 11. 12; Ski Club I I; GARA 12; Not. Honor Society II. 12; Mohian 11, Co-Editor 12; Mohowkeltes 12; Choir I I; Chorallettes 12 27.61,79, 84. 92. 140. 163 OHNESORGE. JEAN MARY German Club Sec.-Treos. 11, 12; Thespians 10; Student Council Sec. 10. II. 12; Smoke Signol 10; Mohian 10, II; Not. Honor Society II, 12; Pep Club 10, II, 12; Mohawkeltes 12; Band 10, 11, V.Pres. 12; Class Play 10. 12; Snow Days Princess 27. 61. 68. 77, 79. 84. 85, 87. 91, 97. 139, 143 OLSON, PHILLIP STUART Olee Spanish Club II; Science Club 10. Pres. 11 4 12, Ski Club 10. V.Pres. 11. 12; Math Club 10, II. 17; Student Council II, 12; Not Honor Society 11. 12; Band 10. 11. Pres. 12; Wrestling 10; Clots Play 10, 11; Best Musician 27. 62. 64. 77.90.91. 139.143 ORN. DAVID C. Bornord M" Club 11. Treat. 12; Baseball 10. 12; Football 10, II, Captain 12 27, 57, 98. 120 ORTENBLAD, SHAWN ANN Orfe Pep Club 10, II, 12; Cheerleading 10, II. 12, Clews Sec. 10, Clast Sec. 11; Spanish Club Treos. 10, V. Pres. 11; Best Dressed; Homemaking Princess 27. 58, 62, 94 OVERSON, MARTIN NENVIllE Morfy Student Council 10; Bond 10, II; Football 10, 11. 12; Basketball 10. 11, 12 7.77. 62. 89. 98, 106. 170. 130 PAASCH. FARRELL JAY Track 10, 12 28 PALMER. JAMES DAVID Jim Ski Team 12 28, 121 PEDERSEN. LINDA MARIE Pep Club II; Sponith Club 11; Mohawk-ettes II; Choir 10, II, 12 28. 141 PEDERSEN. ROBERT E. Chiem 35 PERRON. RONALD JOHN Football; Baseball PETERSON, GREGORY BLAIR Greg D E. Club 12; Best looking 28, 62, 89 PETERSON. MICHAEL R Smiloy Wrestling 10. 12 28, 29 PETERSON. STEVE I. Pete Cross Country II; Basketball II, 12 28. 106. 120 PETERSON. TERRI LYNN 29 PHILIPPI. ROSANNE JEANETTE Rose O.E. Club II; Thespians 10; Gymnastics 10. I I; Clots Play 10 29. 88 PIEPKORN, SUSAN KAY Sue Pep Club 10. II. 12, Ski Club 10. II, 12; Mohian 12; Ollice Helper 12; Choral-lettes 12 29. 79. 82. 84 PRICE. LAYNE C. Basketball 10 35, 67 PRIMEAU, DENISE GAlllYN Pep Club 11; Choir 10; Chorollettes 12 29 RAINEY. MARSHA JEAN Joannio O.E. Club, GARA 10. II, Chorallettes 12 29, 88. 140 RAUSCH. ELEANOR MARIE Ski Club II; German Club II; O.E. Club Treos. 12; Chorallettes 12 29, 88, 140 RAWLINGS. ROBERT RANDALL Kandy D E C A. II. 12; Wrestling 10 4. 29. 68. 89 REESE. ANDREW JOHN Andy • M" Club II. V. Pres. 12, Ski Club II, 12; German Club 10; Nal. Honor Society 10, II, 12; Student Council Treat. 12; Class Pres. 10; Thespians 10; Boys State Rep. 11; Choir 10, 11, Pres. 12, Class Play 10, II, 12; Stage Crew 12; Football 10, 11, 12; Basketball 10; Baseball 10. 11. 12 29, 57, 77,91.98. 120,141 RICE, KATHLEEN MARIE Kathy Pep Club 10. 11, 12; Thespians 10. 11. 12; German Club 11, 12, Ski Club 10, II, 12; GARA 10; Choir 10; Chorallettes 12; Clots Play 11,12 29. 67.84. 86. 91,140 ROBERTS. THOMAS WILLIAM Tom, Apache Footboll 10; Track 11 29 ROELOFS. MICHAEL KENNETH Mike, Subba National Honor Society 10, 11, 12; ”M" Club 11, 12; Thespians 10, II, 12; Ger-mon Club 12; Student Council Pres. 12; Choir 10, 11. Treos. 12, Class Ploy 10. II. 12; Most Active; Football 10, 11, 12; Wrestling 10. 11, 12;Trock 10. 11, 12 29. 62, 67, 68. 77, 86. 87, 98. 101. 117, 141 ROLF. KEVIN EARL Kalph Ski Club 10. 11. 12; Band 10. 11; Hockey 10; Ski Team 11, 12 29, 121 ROSS. GAIL MARGUERITE Diont, Allot Pep Club 10. II, 12; Cheerleading Sec. II. Copt I2; Choir 10. 11. Sec. 12; Relays Attendant II; Homecoming Princess 12 29. 58. 84.94. 95, 141 ROUFS. JAMES EUGENE Ru us Ski Club 10 29 ROW. SEARl HERBERT Student Council 12; Football 10, 12; Wrestling 10; Stage Crew 10. 11, 12 29, 77.83, 98. 120 RUDH. MICHAEL ROBERT Mike Choir 10; Class Play 11 29 RUSTAD, SHIRLEY ANN Pep Club 10. 11; German Club 10, II; O.E. Club 12 30, 88 SALTZMAN. JUDI ANN Jude Pep Club 10; German Club 10; Patch-work 11, 12; D.E. Club 12; Gymnastics 10; Choir 10. II, 12; Chorallettes 12 30. 89. 140 SANDNESS. PAUL GALIN Poag German Club 10, 11, 12; Science Club II, 12,- Moth Club 11; Thespians 1 2; Class Play 11. 12; Smoke Signal 12; Track 10, 11. 12; Football 12, Cross Country 11 30. 80. 87. 90. 98 SCHMITZ. KATHY JEAN Schmity 30 SCHOLL. JANE LOUISE Jonio Pep Club 10; D.E. Club; Sec-Treos. 12; Chorallettes 12 30. 89. 140 158SFGNFR, KATHY SHANNON, JOHN JAMES Red Ski Club 11, 12; German Club V. Fra . 12 SHAUGHNESSY, MARY KAY Pep Club 10, 11, Ski Club 10, 11, Thespians 10; Declam 10; Spaniih Club 10, Gymnastics 10; Chorallettes 12; Clou Play 10 30. 140 SIGAFOOS. JUDITH C. Sigi O. E. Club Sec. 12; Chorallettes 12 30, 88, 140 SIMON, RUSSEll T. Run 30 SINCHEFF. WIUIAM TODD Bill "M Club 11. 12, Trock 11. 12, Cron Country 12 30, 104, 120 SINNER. JANET JO Pep Club 31 SKINNER GREG C. Skinny "M" Club 10, II. 12, D.E. Club 12, Footboll 10. II. 12, Hockey 10, 11, co-captoin 12; Boieball 10, 11, 12 31,68, 89. 98, 101, 116, 121 SMITH. JOAN STONEY Pep Club 10 31 SOHNS. BRUCE 31, 104 SOPIWNIK, SUNNY KATHALEEN Soapy Pep Club 10, 11; Ski Club 10, 11; GARA 12, Mohawkottes II; Choir 10 31 SORBO. ALLEN J. Dick "M" Club 11, 12, Not. Honor Society 10. 11. 12, Band 10, 11, 1 2, Most likely to Succeed; Football 10, 11, 12; Basket-boll 10. 11, 12, Golf 10. II, 12 31. 34,62, 98. 106, 120, 139, 143 STEWART, ANN Annie Pep Club 10 V. Pret. 11, Treat. 12, Ski Club 11. 12, 8and 10. 1 1. 12; Clou Play 10; Clan Cut-up 31,34, 62, 77.84. 139. 143 STRAUB, LAUREL HELEN Laurie Gymnastic! 10, Spanish Club 10, 11, Pep Club 10. 11, 12, Ski Club II, 12, Mohowkettet 11. 12, Choir 10. 11. 12 31,61, 92, 140 STUBBS, BETTY C. Pep Club 10; Choir 10, 11, Chorallettes 12, Office Helper 1 2 31, 140 SUERTH. CAROLYN ANN Pep Club Sec. 10, 11, Ski Club 10. II, Spanish Club 10, 11, Gymnastics 10, Mohowkettet 11, Pres. 12, Jr. Clots V. Pres. 31, 61, 92 TAFFE, WILLIAM JAMES Stonewall Botkctball 10, Intramural Bosketboll 10, II, Golf 10. II, 12, Footboll 10 31 TAYLOR. BARBARA JEAN Barb Pep Club 10, D.E.C.A. Historian 12; Student Council 12, Best legs 12, Relays Attendant 11, Homecoming Princess 32, 58, 62, 77. 89 TAYLOR, LINDA MARIE Pep Club 10, 11, Choir 10. 12 32, 67. 140 TEETZEl. LINDA I. Stub Pep Club 10, Ski Club 10, 1 I 32, 89 THARP. DEAN IRETON Stud Student Council 12, Ski Club 10, 11. Pres. 12; German Club 11, Thetpiont 11, 12, Debate 10; Science Club II, Math Club 12, Smoke Signal 12, Patch-work 12, Clast Play 10, 11, 12, Clots Actor; Sr. Clots Secretory 7, Id, 32. 62. 77.82, 90,91 THIES, JAN TERRY Pep Club 10. II; Ski Club 10. II, Gymnastics 10, Thespians 10, Cheerleader 10, II, Mohowkettet 12, Choir 10, 11, 12 32, 61, 92. 141 THOMAS, CAROL SUE Pep Club 10. II. 12, Thespians 10, II, 12, Spanish Club 10. 11, Band 10, 11. 12, Class Play 10, Asst. Director 11 32 THORNE. LINDA ELAINE LYNN Pep Club 10, II, 12, Ski Club II, Band 10. 11. 12 32, 14 3 TICHY, BRIAN NEIL Bri Band 10, II, 12, Football 10. 11. 12, Baiketball 10, II, 12; Baseball 10, 11, 12 32, 68. 98, 101. 106, 120, 139, 143 TRIESELMANN, KLAUS ULRICH Student Council 12, Hockey 10, 11, 12; Trock 10, 11, Cross Country 11, Co-Captain 12 32, 104, 105,116. 117, 120 120 TUKUA, JULIE ELLEN Thespians 10, 11, 12, Nat. Honor Society 11, 12, Class Play 11, 12 32, 66 TWEDT. JUDY ANN Tweet Pep Club 10; Ski Club 11, Sponish Club 11, Choir 10. 11. 12 32 UMBEHOCKER, DAVID N. Gumby 32 VANLIERE. KEITH ALAN "M" Club 10, 11, 12; Student Council 12, Band 10, Football 10, Cross Country 11. 12, Golf 10, 11. 12, Wrestling 10. 11. 12 33, 104, 112.120 VOLKENANT, RENE S. Pep Club 12 33 WALTON, CAROLE JEAN Pep Club 10. 11, Thespians 11 33 WALTZ, ELIZABETH ALICE Betty Pep Club II, O.E. V. Pres. 12, Band 10. II 33, 88 WEILAND. BERNARD ALPHONSE Ben, Horse “M" Club II. 12, Student Council 10; Stage Crew 11, 12, Wrestling 10, 11 33, 83 WEILAND, CLAIRE LOUISE Bunky Pep Club 10. 11, 12, GARA 10; Student Council 11, 12; Choir 10, II, 12; Personality Plus 12, Snow Doys Attendant 11, Homecoming Queen 33. 57. 58, 62, 77, 94, 140 WELCH. REBECCA Becky WENDT. CRAIG ELTON C. W Football 10. 11. 12, Basketball 10, Golf 10, 11. 12 33. 98 WIGNER, RICHARD JAMES Wiggs Ski Club 10, 11, 12, Student Council 10, Golf 10; Baseball 10 33 WIllETTE, PAUL F. Wrestling 10, Trock 10 33 WILLIAMS, JOAN CATHERINE Pep Club 10, 11. 12, Spanish Club 11, 12; FHA V. Pres. 12, GARA 12 33,84, 86, 88. 35 WOLFE, BRADLEY M. Wolfy "M" Club 10, 11, 12; Best Dressed 12, Football 10. 11, Hockey 10, 11, 12, Golf 10. 11. 12 33, 62. 68, 116,120 WOMELDORF. VICKI JUNE Wib Moth Club 10, Sec. Treat. 11, German Club 11, Pret. 12, Nat. Honor Society 10. 11, 12, Pep Club 10. 11, 12, Student Council II, 12, Ski Club 10, 11, 12, Smoke Signol 10, Mohion Ass t, Ed. 11, Co-Editor 12, Girls Stole 11, GARA 12, Bond 10, 11, 12; Majorettes 10, 11, 12; Clots Play 12, Most likely to Succeed 12 33, 61, 62, 77, 79, 85, 87. 91, 93, 139, 143, 163 WONG. LUANNE WOOD. HAL D. Woody "M" Club II, 12, Band 10. 11; Football 10. 11, Wrestling 10, Track 10. 11, 12 3. 58. 62 YOUNG, SUSAN SYLVIA Sue Pep Club 10. II, 12, GARA 10, Thespians 10, Chorallettes 12 33. 140 ZOLDAHN. PAUL ANTHONY P A 2. Choir 10. II, 12 33, 140 159ADAMS. RICHARD 36 ANDERSEN. LINDA 36,61.92,140 ANDERSON, NANCY 36 ANDERSON, RUSSELL ANDERSON. SUSAN 36.84,86,141 ANDERSON. VALERIE 36. 77, 84 ANDREASEN. CHRISTINE 36. 77, 80, 84, 86, 143 ARCHULETA, GWEN 36. 140 AREND. PATRICIA 36. 77 ASLESEN. THOMAS 36. 98, 120 BA8ATZ, KATHLEEN 36, 14 1 BACKLUND, WENDY 36, 84. 86. 90, 94, 141 BACKSTROM. DEBRA 36. 84, 94 BAILEY. DEAN 36 BALDWIN, DAVID 36, 143 BAME. WENDY 36. 84 BARKLEY. GARY 36. 98. 106. 120 BARTEL. SANDRA 36 BATDORF, DOUGlAS 36.77,143 BENDEl. JOSEPH 36 BENEDICT, ROBERT 36 BENNETT. MICHAEL 36 BENNYHOFF. DAVID 36, 112. 120 BERENT. GERALD 36. 98. 99. 116. 120 BERG, NANCY 37,84.86.94,122. 126 BERGQUIST. BRIAN BIRKEIAND, TODD 37. 77 BITTNER, LAVONNE 37. 140 BIACKOWIAK. RICHARD 37 BOEDECKER. BETH 37. 77. 140 BORG. ANN 37, 69. 86, 87, 90. 139 BRANDENBURG. CRAIG 37, 77. 98. 116. 120 BREKKE. RENEE 37.61.86.93 BRETHORST. DEBRA 37. 88. 143 BRYANT. ROBIN 37 BUEHL, ROGER 37 BURKE, DEBORAH BYERS. BETTY 37,123.139 CAIGREN. MARGO CARLSON. GUY 37. 89. 143 CECKA, DEBORAH 37. 140 CHUN. KENNETH 37 CLARK, PATRICIA 37. 84. 86. 90. 94. 95, 140 COLE. MATTHEW 37 COMBS, LYNN 37, 64. 86. 140 CONKEY, NILA 37 CRINKLAW. SHELLY 37 DAllMAN, GAIL 37 DANBERG. PAMELA 37 0AVIS. SUSAN 37. 87 DECKER. BRUCE 37 DICKEY. ELEANOR 43 DICKEY. MELISSA DORNSBACH. STEVEN 37.98.120 DOTZENROTH. DAVID 37 DUNSER. DOUGLAS 37 ECKDAHl. ELIZABETH 37 EDWARDS. KIM 37 ELLIS. PATRICIA 37. 61. Ml ENGElHART. ROBIN 37, 86. M0 ENGSTRAND. DAVID 37. 98. 116. 120 FASCHING. VICTORIA 37. MO FERGUSON. JAMES 37. 80. M3 FORD. WILLIAM 37 FRITZ, SALLY 37 FURRY, ROSEMARY 37, 86. M3 GABIES. MICHAEL 37. 1 16 GAGNE, DONNA 37 Juniors GALLOWAY. JEFFREY 37 GAZETTE. DOROTHY 37 GENSLER. KRISTEEN 37 GEYEN. MARY 37, M0 GIMMESTAD, NANCY 37, 77. 86. 135. M3 GONYEA, KAREN 37. 79. 84, 87. 88, M3 GORMAN. GEORGE 38 GREY. ROBIN 38 GUSTAFSON. CORRINE 38 HANSON. DIANE 38. M3 HANSON, RUSSELL 38 HARTLEY. DEBRA 38. M0 HARTY. ROXANNE 38. 122 HEDIGER. JANICE 38. 86 HEFTY. BARBARA 38. M0 HEINSCH. GARY 38 HEITZ, KENNETH 38. 106 HENLINE. STEVEN 38 HENRY. PAUL 43 HENTGES. MICHAEL 38 HESSELGRAVE. SANDRA 38. 133, M0 HIGUS. CYNTHIA 38 HODENA. PARMALANE 38, 84, M0 HOLLOWAY. CLARION 39. 11 2.M0 HOUSE. HELEN 39. 86. 90, 140 HOWELLS. ROBERT 39. 98. 116, 120 HUGGET. BRENDA 39. 122 IRVINE. BARBARA 39. 139 IVERSON, PAMELA 39. 77, 81. 86. 139. 143 JACKSON. WILLIAM 36. 39. 64. 69, 121. 143 JENSEN. BARBARA 39. 86. 90. M0 JENSON. KAREN 43 JENSON. WILLIAM 39. 104. 120. 140 JOHNSON. BRUCE 39. 104 JOHNSON. PEGGY 39. 79. 81. 84. 87. 140 JOHNSON, PETER 39 JOHNSON, SCOTT 39, 77. 98. 120, 121. 143 JORGENSEN. SUSAN 39. 84 KEARNS. SCOTT 43 KELLER. DEBORAH 39, 77, 82, 84, 86. 90 KEPPEl. SHIRLEY 43 KING, MICHAEL 39 KNOTT. THOMAS 39. 90. 120 KOECHELER. GARY 39 KOECHELER. KENT 39 KOEHLER. VICKI 39. 84. 143 KOEHNEN. JEFFREY 39, M0 KOEPP. CORRINNE 39.61.84.92. 140 KOLAR. ELIZABETH 39. Ml KROTZER. KURT 39,98,119 KULLBERG, CRAIG 39. 98. 106. 107. 120 KURTZ. MARTY 39 KUSCHIll. JOHN 39 LANDON. DENISE 39. 61. 92. 135. 140 LANSING. JANE 6. 39. 80. 85. 86. 90, 139. 143 LAPKA. THOMAS 40 LARSON. DANA 40. 79. 84. 86, 94, 140 LEMMERMAN. GAYE 40 LEWIS. SHIRLEY 40. 79. 90. M3 LIND. THOMAS 40. 98. 1 16. 120. M3 LINDIAN. DAGNI 40. 84. 86. 94. 95, Ml LISTER HENRY 40 LOEW, JEROME 43 LUESSE, JANN 40. 59, 73. 84. 86. 94. 122 LUGER. JAMES 40. M3 LYTLE, KIM 7. 40. 84, M3 MAAS. SUSAN 40 MACIAS, ANITA 40.61.86,92,141 MACNAMARA. BRIAN 40 MAGNUSON. JEFFREY 40. 139. M3 MANSK. KIMBERLY 40. 79. 84. 86. 139 MARSH, CORRIE 40, M3 MARTIN. CYNTHIA 40 MAXWELL, ROBERT 40. 143 McANINCH. DEBRA .40, 79. 84. 87 McCOLLOM, BRENDA 40. 90. 122, 143 MCDONALD. GREGORY 40 McDonald, michael a. 43 MCDONALD, MICHAEL P. 40 McKEE. GREGORY 40 MERCHANT. CHARLES 43 MILLER, CHARLES 40 MILLER. RANDY 40. 106 MOORE. BARBARA 40. 61. 92 MOORE. LINDA 40 MUELLER. JEFFREY 40. 98 MURRAY. GREGORY 41.58.87.1 16. 140 NELSON. CONSTANCE 4 1,140 NELSON. GARY 41.M3 NELSON, THOMAS 41 NEUSCHWANDER, KAREN 43 NYMOEN, ANNA 41,84.86.90 143 OAS. JANE 41. 59.84,86.94 123 140 OBERG. THOMAS 4 1 OLSEN. KEVIN 41. 77. 80 OLSON. JESSIE 4 1 OLSON. JOAN 4 1,84 OLSON. SCOn 41.143 OPDAHl. GARY 41.119 OSMONSON. JAMES 41. 137 PALESOTTI, GARY 43, 67 PEDERSON, RITA 41. 84. 86 94 95 123, M0 PERRY, JOHN 4 1 PETERSON. IRENE 4 1 PETERSON, KEVIN 41. I43 PETERSON, MICHAEL 41, ijj u, PETERSON. SALLY 41 PETTY. JANE 36.41,64.77.81.84 86 PHILIPPI. ALAN 4 1 PIEPKORN, CLIFFORD 41 PIKE. CATHERINE 41. M0 PILGRAM. MICHAEL 41,98, H2 PITTS. LAURIE 42. 79, 84, I43 PLANT, GEORGANN 42 PODANY, GARY PRICE. JAMES 42. 90 PULRANG. STEVEN 43 RABE. ROBERT 42. 58. 87. 14q RASK. RICHARD 43 RAWLINGS. REBECCA 4 2.79 an 0 84. 90 ' 1 8I RILEY. KEVIN ROBERGE. JAMES 42.58.98 1 ROBERTS. MICHAEL 43 ROBERTS. RICHARD 4 2 ROMNESS. DAVID 36. 58. 7Q 141 ' ROMNESS, DIANE 36.42,86 ROYCE. GRAVDON 42. 104. j40 , RUST. KATHILEEN 42 u 120 160RUTHERFORD. TERRY 4 2 RYE. DEBORAH 42 SALDEN, PATRICIA 42, 140 SAWICKI. BARBARA 42, 140 SAYEN. SANDRA 42 SCHIUTER. JOHN 42. 77 SCHMIDT. DAVID 42. 73 SCHNEIDER. RICHARD 42. 81 SCHWARTZ. NANCY 42 SEEMAN. HOLLY 42, 14 I SHAUN, EUGENE 4 2 SHAUGHNESSY. DEBRA 42. 140 SHIELDS. THOMAS 42. 121 SHOEMAKER. JOHN 42, 121. 143 SHOOP. JAMES 42 SICHENEOER, JACQUELINE 42. 84, 140 SIMAR. MICHAEL 42 SINNER, RONALD 42 SKARET, STEVEN 4 2 ABRAHAMSON. MOLLY 44. 84. 139 ALBRECHT. KATHLEEN 44. 81. 139. 143 ALEXANDER, MICHAEL 44 AllENBURG, JOAN 44 AMES. LINDA 44. 84 ANDERSEN. LAWRENCE 44. 104. Ill ANDERSEN, PAUL 44, 121. 143 ANDERSON. BARTON 44. 102. 112 ANDERSON. LESLEY 44. 86 ANDERSON. LOWELL 44. 83. Ill ANDERSON. MARTHA 44. 86. 122, 139 ANDERSON, RICHARD 44 ANI, LEONETTE ARONE, RALPH 44 BAERT. HARRY 44 BAILEY, KENT 44, 83 BAIRD. ROBERT 44, 143 BAKER. FREDERICK 44. Ill BARRETT. MICHAEL 44 BATDORF. JOYCE 45 BEHM. MARY 45 BENDEl, JUDITH 45 BENNETT, DEBORAH 45 BERGLUND. SCOTT 45.121.143 BERGSTROM. DAVID 45 BIELKE. LAURIE 45 BILCER. JEFFREY 45 BOERNER. SU ANN 45. 86 BORRY. STEVEN 45. 102. 143 BOSIGER, THOMAS 45 BRADY. JAMES 45.119 BRIGGS. MICHAEL 45 BROCKOPP. KATHRYN 45. 84. 87. 94 BROOKS. SANDRA 45. 86. 88 BROWN. ELIZABETH 45. 143 BROWN, TIMOTHY 45. 102 BURGESS, CHERYL 46. 81. 87 BUSH. SHERRY 46 CARLSON, JEROME 46 CARLSON. PETER 46. 102. 1 16, 139 CARLSON. TARA 46. 86 CASHIN. JON 46 CHABOT. LESLIE 46. 77. 84. 94. 126, 139 CHAPMAN. JEFFREY 46.102.111 CHAPMAN, PAMELA 46. 64, 139 CHESLOCK. DONALD 46 CHRISTENSEN. TERRY 46. 116 CLARK. JOSEPH 46, 102. 1 1 1 COLE. TAWANDA, 46 CONDON. MARGARET 46 COUTURE. GEORGETTE 46 COX. CATHERINE 46. 73. 81 COX, SUSAN 46. 87. 88 CURTIS. JOEL 47 SIECHTA. HERBERT 42. 119 SMESTAD. ROBERT 4 2 SMITH. JERI 42.84. 133 SORBO. THOMAS 42. 98. 143 SOULE. SUZANNE 43 SPELLMAN. KATHLEEN 42. 84. 90. 143 STELLO. CAROL 43.140 STICKNEY. DEBRA 43. 84. 140 SULLIVAN. MARK SUNDUE. STANFORD 43. 98. 1 16. 140 SWANSON. JOY 43. 84, 90. Ml THATCHER. RAYMOND 43 THEISEN. RICHARD 43 THOMPSON. MARK 43, 143 THORNE. GARY 43 THORNE. MICHAEL 43. 90. 98, 120. 143 TOBIN. TAMARA 43. 84. 140 TOWER. BRUCE 43 Sophomores DALE, LAWRENCE 47. 104. Ill DALLMAN, DIANE 47 DALY, WILLIAM 47. 139 DANTIS. CHRIS 47 DAVIS, DIANE 47, 139 DAVIS. MARTHA 47. 84. 139 DEAN. JERRY 47 OEGONDA. MARSHA 47. 84 DEGUISE. RICHARD 47. 102 DERRY. KIM 47.119 DINGLEY, RICHARD 47 DODDS, LORRIE 47. 81. 86, 143 ECCLES, ROXANNE 47 ECKDAHl. TIMOTHY 47 ENGLUND, ERICK 47. 102. 106. Ill, 133. 143 ENGRAV. KATHLEEN 47 ENGRAV, ROSEMARIE 47 ERICKSON. LEE 47. 102. 106. Ill ERICKSON. PHYLLIS 47. 84. 139 FAABERG. VALERIE 47 FAHRMAN, DONALD 47. 102. 119 FEATHERSTON, COLLIN 47. 139 FERRELL. NANCY 47. 143 FILLMORE, ROBERT 47, 139 FINDLAY, JOEL 47, 139 FLOE. ROBERT 44. 47. 102 FORD. KENNETH 47 FORREST, ROBERT 47 FOX, WILLIAM 47 FRENZEl, JAMES 47, 88 FREVERT. KATIE 47. 90 122. 139. 143 GALATI. ALAN 47 GARNER, DANIEL 47 GEAGAN. PATTY 47 GEAGAN. PEGGY 47 88. 139 GEYEN. MARK 47 GILBERT. LIZA 47 GILMORE. TERESA 47. 77. 84. 90. 94. 122, 139. 143 GLENNON, COLLEEN 47. 86 GRAY. NANCY 47 GRENIER, EMELINE 47. 140 GRIM, RONALD 47 GROVER. KEVIN 47 GRUNDMEIER, JOHN 47. 102, 106, 111 GUSTAFSON. GARY 47 GUSTNER. CYNTHIA 47. 84. 143 GYLLEN. SCOTT 47 HAGAN. THOMAS 47. 83 HAGSTROM. FRED 47. 102. 106. 110, 1 I I HALL. JACQUELINE 47 TRIESEIMANN. BARBARA 43 TWEEDY. CARSON 43 ULMAN. BARBARA 43. 84 ULRICK, STEPHEN 43 WALKER. ALICE MARIE 43 WAITER. BECKY 43 WEBSTER. JANET 43. 79 WEIDENBACH. SUSAN 43. 81. 140 WELCH. DANNIE 43 WESTERDAHl. SUZANNE 43.61.92. 140 WHITING. PEGGY 43. 69. 140 WILKERSON, MICHAEL 43.143 WILKINSON. SHERYL 84 WILLIAMS, JOSEPH 43 WILLIAMS. KATHLEEN 43 WILSON. RICHARD 43.14 1 WORNER. TODD 43. 58. 141 ZIEMER. WENDY 43. 77, 81. 84, 140 HARRISON, MARK 48. 143 HASSE. GARY 48 HATCHER. JAMES 48 HAUGEN, JENNIFER 48. 143 HED, RANDALL 48 HEDIN, KAREN 48 HEGGELMAN. RENEE 48 HEINSCH, DAVID 48 HEITKAMP. JOHN 48.77.98.1 12 HEITZ. SHIRLEY 58 HENDRICKSON. WENDY 48 HENTGES. COLLEEN 48 HIGUS. DANIEL 48 HINES. HARLAN HOETGER. JOAN 48, 143 HOETGER. MARY 48. 143 HOGUE. JAMES 48 HOLLOWAY. ALAN 48 HOLSTAD. ROXANNE 48, 139 HOMUTH, JEFFREY 48 HORAN. KATHLEEN 48. 82 HORN. KATHY HOSFIELD, JAMES 48. 139 HOSTETLER. MARK 48. 102 IVERSON, KATHLEEN 48 IVERSON. STEVEN 48 JARNIG. ELLEN JANE 48 JOHNS. TERESA 49, 86 JOHNSON. BRADLEY 49. 104 JOHNSON. MARJORIE 49 JOHNSON. ROB 49. Ill JOHNSON. STEPHAN 49 JOHNSON. STEVEN 49 KAMRATH, THOMAS 49 KELLOGG. KATHRYN 49, 61. 85. 139 KEPPEl, ALICE 49 KETCHUM. MELISSA 49 KETZBACK. PAULA 49, 139. 143 KING, VICTORIA 49. 139 KLEMEK. TERESA 49. 139 KOECHELER. KATHY 49, 143 KOHMAN. DANIEL 49 KOTULA. SHARON 49 KROTZER. MARK 49, 102 KUST. JOSEPH 49 1ANGE. ANITA 49. 139 IASATER. GREGORY I AUBE. GAIL 50. 143 LAURIE. SUSAN 50. 81. 139 LIDBERG. JAMES 50. 83 HEN, JAMES 50 LIlllGREN. KAY 50, 139 LIND. MICHAEL 50 UNDBIAD, LAURIE 44.50.84.126. 139UNDHOlM. KATHY 50 LINDlAN. SONJA 50. 84. 87, 88. 139, 143 LINDQUIST. MICHAEL 50. 102. 106. I 1 I LOFFLER. JAMES 50. 102. 139 LORENCE. JORDAN 44, 50. 77. 81. 102 LUGAR. FENNY 5. 50. 94 LUNDIN. BARBARA SO. 143 LUNDSTROM. JAMES LUSE. JOHN 50. 68. 102. 106. 107 MAAS, DANIEL 50 MAAS. MARK 50 MANN. SCOTT 50. 83 MARTIN. STEVEN 50. 102. 120. 121 MATSON. DIANE 50 McClellan, phiiip 50. 77. 1 19 McGOWAN. MICHAEL 50. 119 McGuire, juiie 50. i 39 McKinney, lyle 50. 102 McQueen, susan 50. 139 MESSER. MICHAEL 50. 102. 121. 143 MEY, LINDA 50. 84. 94 MEYER. NANCY 50. 68. 84. 86. 94, 139 MICHELSEN. JOHN 50 MICHELSON. CATHY 50 MILLER. STEVEN 50 MINER. MICHAEL 50, 102. 143 MORRIS. LOREN 50 MORTON, LYNDA 50 MURRY. EDWARD 50 NELSON. JODY 50. 86 NERLI, KARIN 50. 80 NUEFELD, MARILYN 50, 139 NUEMANN, MICHAEL 50. 102, 116, 119 NIELSEN. HEIDI 50 NIELSEN. CONSTANCE 50 NORDSTROM. GARY 50. 102 OAK, DAVID 50 ANDERSON. E. WILLIAM 90. 132 ANDERSON. JUDSON 126. 127 BABCOCK. FRANCIS 126 BEHMLER, E. J. 126 BENSON. STEPHEN 137 BENSON. T. 129 BERRY. DEAN 126 BLOMLIE, JOHN 109. 131 BOCKHAUS. HARRY 137 BRAUN. ROBERT 98. 101 BUERKLE. LYLE 102. 133 BURDAU, C. 129 BUTTERFIELD. AllEENE 132 CARLSON. ANNE 130 CHEMBERLIN. DON 126 CRESSY, M. 129 CRONICK. J. 129 DALE, BEVERLY 129 DRESSEl. R. 129 DUHACHEK. VIRGINIA 129 DYKOSKI, PATRICIA 138 EIDE, DUANE 130 ELY. GLORIA 136 ERICKSON. DENNIS 129 ESSElMAN, GERALD 130 EXEl. LARRY 109.111 FERGUSON. MINTIE 134 FISCHBACH. ROGER FISHER. DALE 126 FOX. ROBERT 135 O'BRIEN. PAUL 50. 90 O'BRION. KRISTINE 50. 88 ODDEN, STEVEN 50 OLDS. RICHARD OLSON, SELMA 50 OTTEN. LAWRENCE 51. 139 OVERSON, TJODY 51. 86. 139. 143 PALMER. JON 51 PALMER. SALLY 51 PEDERSON. MICHELLE 51. 84. 86. 90 PENNINGTON. LANNY 51 PETERSEN. GAIL ANN 51.84.86 PETERSON. (BRIGGS) CINDY 51 PETERSON. DAVID 51. 121 PETRIK, DEBRA 51 PLANTE. TIM 51 PLETSCH. PATRICK 51. 64. 79 POWELL. ELIZABETH POWELL. LEANN PRICE. LINDA 51. 143 RADDE. GLEN 51 RAUSCH. ARDYCE 51 REESE. KATHY 51. 73. 81. 84. 87. 90. 122 RENNER. JULIE 51 REVUNG. JEFF 51 RILEY. PATRICK 51 ROW. JAMES 51. 83 RUMREICH. ALAN SACK. MARILYN 51. 67 SALTZMAN. KATHLEEN 51 SALTZMAN. KERRY 51. 139 SANDNESS. JOHN 51, 87. 90. 102 SATHER, DENNIS 51. 119 SCHERVEN. DEBBIE 52. 61. 139 SCHMIDT. JAYNE 52 SCHULTZ. KATHY 52 SCOTT. KATHY 52 SHAFFER. KAREN 52. 86. 143 SHIELDS, CLIFFORD 52 SIMON. LLOYD 52 School Personnel FURLONG. PATRICK 89. 116. 135 GIMMESTAD. MELVIN 131 GOVE. ROBERT 102. 131 GULBRANDSON. DONALD 130 HAMES, BERNARD 126 HANLEY. FRED 98. 138 HANSON. JOYCE 136 HARRIS. LLOYD 143 HENRICHS. PHYLLIS 128 HINDE. SHARON 135 HOTVET. ROBERT 14 1 IRVINE, MARY 128 JACKSON. JAMES 130 JENKS. GUY 131 JENSEN. CHARLOTTE 129 KLICK. RONALD 98, 137 KING, PATRICK 131 KOLAR. M. 129 I AGE. RANDEl 136 LEOPOLD. HOWARD LINDQUIST. MARION 128 LYMAN, RICHARD 126 MAXWELL. DORIS 128 McCURDY. G. 129 McHALE. PAUL 80. 119. 130 MACIAS. MANUEL 134 MOHN, LOWELL 126, 127 MUSSER. KENT 127 MUTH. IRVIN 88. 135 NELSON, FRANCIS 130 SMIJH. DEBORAH 52 SOHNS. BRADLEY 52. Ill STEINMETZ. MICHAEL 52 STEVENSON. DOUGLAS 52. 102. 121. 139 STOCKSTEAD. TERRY 52.139 Sullivan. Patrick 5 2 SWANSON. LAURA 52 TAYLOR, NANCY 52. 88 TEETZEl. TOBY 52 THARALSON, DEBBIE 52. 84, 143 THOMAS. CONSTANCE THOMPSON. JUDY 52. 80. 84. 143 THOMPSON. PETER 52, 80. 102. 143 THORNE. DIANE 52. 143 TIllOTSON. SCOTT 52 TIMMONS. BUNNIE 52 TRAINOR, WENDY 52 TRUMMER. DEBRA 139 VALEK, RANDALL 52, 102 VAN TATENHOVE, ROBIN 52 WAATAJA. DARCY 44. 52. 139 WALDRON, JOHN 52. 139 WALTZ. KENNETH 52 WAM8EKE, MICHAEL 52 WARD. JOHN 52. 121, 139 WATSON. REBECCA 52 WEEKS. CINDI 52 WELCH. PHOEBE 52, 139 WEST. DWIGHT 52 WHEELHOUSE. DAVID 52. 119 WIGNER. JANICE 52 WILLIAMS. JEAN 52 WOMELDORF. MARK 52. 102. 111. 139 WOODWARD. JOHN 52. 59, 86, 102. 112. 139 WREDBERG. BARBARA 52. 86 WYMAN. DANIEL 52. 102, 1 19. 139 ZABACK. LEO 52 ZITZlOFF, JEFF 52, 102 NICKISCH. E. 129 NIELSON. CLAYTON 8.132 O BRIEN. BETTY 128 OLSON. HERBERT 137 ORTOUIST. ROBERT 129 PALM, VANDORA 128 PARKER. C. 129 PEDERSEN. LORRAINE 128 REIMER. DONALD 131 RINGSRED, WILLIAM 126 RINGUS. GARY 116 ROKKE. MARSHA 130 SCHROEDER. DENNIS 132 SCHULTE. JAMES 133 SCHWALBE. D. 129 SIMONOET. NORMAN 133 SOLYST. LOVELL 102 SOULE, FREDERICK 120. 127 STOCKTON. ROBERTA 88. 136 TAYLOR. F. 129 THOSTENSON. GAYlEN 127 TEIGEN. ROBERT 137 TORKELSON. MARY 129 TRASK. I. 129 TRYGSTAD. GRANT 104. 109 UTZINGER. LOIS 139 VANACEK. R. 129 WALLIN. BETTY 128 WOODWARD. DONALD 126 WOYTCKE. R. 129 162Our rhgnks fo veryone who helped: the co-operatic n of the student body and faculty, tl Section Editors and their helpers, A. r. Muth, and especially Pat Pletsch, for {all their time and work involved. DEAD (JjjcJul.  ’ 164 165 166 167  168  Mound Relays At about 2:00 on a certain May afternoon, a pretty brunette by the name of Jane Scholl was crowned Mound Relay Queen for 1971. She and her royal court later presented awards to the many winners at the relays. However, despite many great performances by Mound track stars, we finished second by a few points behind Orono in the Class A division. ABOVE: Co-coptoim Hoi and T«rry crown a surprisod Jon«.OPP. PAGE, TOP: ROYAL COURT: Sophomore attendant Linda Ame , escort Jim Loffier; Senior attendant Lourie Straub, escort Kevin McClellan; Queen Jane, escort Greg Skinner; Senior attend-ont Corolyn Suerth, escort Bruce Dodds; Junior attendant Sue Weidenboch, escort Tom Lind; Junior attendant Deb Backstrom, escort Dave Romness. ABOVE LEFT: Hurdling Hal does bis thing. ABOVE RIGHT: Bill Swcheff doggedly hangs on in the final lap of his race. LEFT: Oueon Jane Scholl and escort Greg Skinner.GIRLS TRACK TEAM: Row I, l+i V. King, J. Jornig, J. Oos, N. Berg, C. Glennon, K. O'Brien. R.2t J. Sichender, V. Koehler, D. Thorolson, S. Laurie, N. Oas. R.3; S. Lindlan, M. OeGondo, K. Iverson, K. Frevert, L. Combs. R.4: M. Neu-feld, L. Ames, K. Brockopp, R. Brekke.FAR LEFT: 1971 TRACK TEAM, . to r., R.I., T. Wofn r, I. Hernandez, J. Sandnett, B. Andertln, K. Derry, M. Bu»h, G. Barkley, L. McKinney, T. Brown, C. Feother»on, M. Maas. R. 2: Coach Solyst, B. Johnson, J. Lobdell, M. Roelofft, L. Dale, 8. Sincheff, S. Borry, J. Loftier, C. Cole, Hostetler, j. Mueller. R.3, H. Wood, T. Bender, I. Anderson, K. Heitz, S. Mortin, P. Sondness, B. Sohns. MIDDLE, FAR LEFT: Jane and Coach Solyst take off on one of their numerous trips. MIDDLE, LEFT: Monty does his thing in the pole voult. LEFT: Jane Oos shows some of the speed thot won her so many roces. NEAR LEFT: Our chompion half-miler, Terry Bender, running in the Mound Relays. Track The highlight of the 1971 track season was the winning of the First Annual Mound J. C. Invitational Track Meet. We also finished second in the Mound Relays and second in the Wayzata Relays. Individual leadership and achievement were shown by co-captain Hal Wood who tied the school record in the high hurdles with an effort of 15.2 seconds in the District Championships and also by Terry Bender who set the school record in the half mile. He had a time of 2 minutes and 6 tenths of a second. Hal Wood also won the trophy for Outstanding Track Man for the 1971 season. The girls track team had their own sensation in Jane Oas. She continued running through the summer at such places as the State AAU Championships where she scored 4 wins, the National Junior Olympics at Boulder, Colorado, a meet in Bowling Green, Ohio, and others where she also did well. Her best times to date are: 100 yd. dash — 10.9 seconds; 220 yd. dash — 24.4 seconds; 440 yd. dash — 57.0 seconds. Jane writes a chapter in Minnesota track as the most outstanding sprinter in the history of our state!"6" TEAM: R. I: M. Miner S. Tillotson, T. Christian ton, J. Grundmier, J Clark, E. England. R.2, M Lindquist, J. Luse, D. Fahr man, L. Erickson, J. Zit iloff. Coach Olstad. “B” Baseball The "B" squadders came through again with 9 conference wins and 1 non-conference win in 14 games. They played hard and their greatest margin of victory was a 16-1 win over Eisenhower, a tough opponent. It looks like they will have a great season next year. Mound B SQUAD SCORES vs Opponents 14 3 Minnetonka 5 6 Edina 10 2 Lindbergh 0 9 Lincoln 10 4 Woconia 10 2 Wayzata 8 5 Cooper 4 2 Jefferson 16 1 Eisenhower 4 3 Richfield 2 5 Pork 13 14 Kennedy 8 5 Robbinsdale 11 4 Armstrong ABOVE: Brion makes a ploy from first base. LEFT, ABOVE: Watch if, Tom, the Twins may be watchingl FAR LEFT, ABOVE: The great Killebrew — oops, Kellogg-swing.Varsity Baseball Mound's varsity baseball team had a fair season with 5 conference wins and 2 non-conference wins. They olso won over Belle Plaine, Big Lake and Chaska in the Mound Invitational. The team was coached by Mr. Exel and Mr. Blomlie. VARSITY SCORES Mound vs Opponent 2 4 Minnetonka 4 7 Edina 0 4 Lindbergh 5 1 Lincoln 6 3 Wayzata 0 6 Cooper 5 9 Jefferson 4 2 Eisenhower 0 6 Richfield 3 6 Park 6 7 Kennedy 0 7 Robbinsdale 3 0 Armstrong 12 6 Waconia 5 1 Chaska VARSITY TEAM: I. tor., R. 1: M. Neumon, S. Sundlie, B. Tichy, G. Sk.nner, B. Kellog. T. Lind. K. Larson, P. Loven. R 2; D. Boldwin. R. Miller. T. Bennett. T. Aileten, C. Brond nbwrg, S. John»o«. D. Romn » . J. G«yen, G. lofffer. A. Rhm, D. Er o»trand. Cooch Exel.ABOVE: A SQUAD. . to r., Cooch Buerkle, R. Hodden, J. Ei» , A. Sorbo, B. Taffe, B. Wolfe, T. Sorbo. ABOVE RIGHT. Co-Coptomt Brad Wolfe ond John Em. RIGHT: B SQUAD, . to r.i B. Daly, D. Bergstrom, R. Rask, R. Robe, R. Howells, J. Schloter, K. Peterson. Golf The golf team had a very successful season this year. Their Lake Conference record was 7-6 and they finished fourth in the District 18 tournament. John Eiss and Brad Wolfe were captains. John Eiss established a high school record by shooting 3 under par 42 at Lake-view against Tonka and Wayzota. John and Tom Sorbo qualified for the Region 5 Tournament held at Willmar, Minn. Mound v$ Cooper 195 227 Mound vs Eisenhower vs Park 221 235 227 Mound vs Kennedy vs Armstrong 208 200 204 Mound vs Edina vs Lincoln 224 197 231 Mound vs Minnetonka vs Wayzata 195 193 198 Mounc vs Robbinsdale vs Lindbergh 240 218 262 Mound vs Richfield vs Jefferson 238 239 235LEFT: Relaxing after a full day of concert . LEFT BELOW: Qndy dre ed mod for the tour. BOTTOM: The male member of the choir clown for their portrait. ♦ Choir Tour On Thursday afternoon, April 29, the Concert Choir loaded two buses and headed west to Litchfield for the first stop on their annual choir tour. After the afternoon concert, the choir members went home with various members of the Litchfield Choir to spend the night. Early Friday morning they were up and on their way to Montevideo High School for a morning concert and then on to Canby High School for lunch and onother concert. Then back on the buses for the ride down to Sioux Foils, S. D. where they song at the Sioux Foils State Prison. They stayed Friday night at the Howard Johnson’s Motel in Sioux Falls, and on Saturday morning they took a tour of Au-gustana College in Sioux Falls. After.lunch at the college, everybody piled onto the buses again for the long trek home. A quiet and tired ending to a great tour.Guys and Dolls On Moy 13, 14, and 15, a number of talented young actors presented Frank Loesser's great musical, "Guys and Dolls." This play is the story of the lives and loves of two Broadway gamblers. The catchy songs and great acting made the ploy a smashing success after many weeks of late night rehearsals. CAST Nothon Detroit — Greg Murray Sky Mostreson — Bob Robe Mi Adelaide — Jean Kaplan Soroh Brown — Diana Romness Nicely Nicely — Dave Romnes Benny Sooth Street — Mike Roeloft Rutty Charlie — Todd Worner Anride Abernathy — Gary Lee Harry The Horte — Groydon Royce Lt. Bronmgan — Dean Tharp Angie the Ox — Andy Reese Joey Biltmore — Bill Daly Atonr — Claire Weilond Gen. Matilda B. Cortright — Laurie Straub Big Jute — Paul Sondnett Mittion Band — Peggy Johnson, Rob Floe, Chri Andreaten, Jane England, Kathy McDon-iel, Anita Mocios, Jean Macia , Groce Ferreira. Hot Box Character — Jean Kaplan, Claire Weilond, Deb Hortley, Katy Friden, Corolyn Suerth, Pat Ellis, Dagni Lindlon, Barb Meyer, Pat Clark, Woody Woodward, John Andrea sen. Cuban Characters — Mary Shaughnessy, Debbie DeComp, Randy Rawlings, Sue West-erdahl, Jim Luger, Groce Ferreira, Liz Kolar, Ann Ellis, Anita Mocios, Leonette Ani, John Andrea sen. Runyonland Chorocteri — Greg Lyons, Roy Mimnaugh, Klaus Tneselmonn, Mary Shough-nessy. Deb DeComp, Rob Floe, Wendy Ziemer, Leslie Chobot, Sue Navratil, Cathy Cox, John Sondness, Dove Orn, Jeri Smith, Kelly Jock son, Cindy Nelson, Katy Brady, Nancy Meyer, Cory Koepp, Jane Petty, Mark Heigeland, Connie Nelson, Stan Sundlie, Mark Lind-blod, Vicki Womeldorf, Rick Wilson, Bob Hodden, Rondy Rawlings, Dean Thorp. Understudies — Soroh: Peygy Johnson, Adelaide: Cloire Weilond, Sky: Paul Sondness, Nathon: Groydon Royce, Big Julei Doug Stevenson, Nicely: Bill Doly. Director — Donald Gulbrondson Music Director — Robert Hotvet Set Designs — Randy loge Costumes — Mrs. D. Gulbrondson Director's Consultant — Butch Amundson Student Directors — Cathy Rice, Jen Thies Choreographer — Deb Hortley TOP: Arv»de tells Soroh of his hopes for her. ABOVE: Sky proclaims his love for Sister Soroh.ABOVE: "For this I have to bend down?" FAR LEFT: Cindy, Mike, and Katy ham it up between cene . LEFT: Adelaide look for the cou e of her cold in "Adelaide' Lament." BELOW: The Hotbox flirt perform to "A Bu hel and a Peck."LEFTi Jan®, the beautiful, charming, poised, well-dressed , . . apple vendor. FAR LEFT: The final scene: Adelaide finally catches her Nathan. LEFT BELOW: Adelaide ond Sarah discuss the advantages of marriage in "Marry tho Man Todoy." RIGHT BELOW: Adelaide tells Nathan oH in "Sue Me." LEFT ABOVE: Student Council officer»; Brian Mocnomara, Committee Coordinator, Sonja Lindlon, Secretory, and Bob Robe, President. LEFT: Our esteemed advisor of the Employer-Em-ployee banquet ABOVE: Randy con always be counted on to enjoy his food. Miscellaneous The Annual Employer-Employee banquet was held at Surfside this year. Each of the Distributive and Office Education students who participated in the job program of the school and their employers came and had a great dinner. The Student Council's new officers are Brian Macnomara, Committee Coordinator, Bob Robe, President, and Sonja Lindlon, Secretary-Treasurer. They were elected for the 1971-72 school year. Earlier in the year a certain fantastic roundball team won the District 1 8 championships and then went on to play a gome at Williams Arena in the regionals. Not to mention any names, but we think you guys are great! On June 6-1 2, Diane and David Romness took part in the Girls' and Boys' State. Girls' State was held at St. Catherine Campus in St. Paul and Boys’ State was at Gustavus Adolfus in St. Peter.RIGHT: Dions ond David Romns , ths representatives to Girl ' ond Boy ' Stats. BELOW: Mr. Bshmlsr occspt the Diitrict 18 Bo kstball championship trophy. FAR BELOW: Our Champ )Prom On o lovely evening in May, the Mound Prom was held ot the Chonhossen Frontier Dinner Theater. The theme of this year's prom was "The Two of Us.” Amid the beautiful setting of this enchanted spot, the couples danced to the music of Joe Hyatt and his band. The Junior Class Officers did a beautiful job on this dance and "a good time was had by all.” FAR ABOVE: Donna gives the photographer one of her ravishing smiles. ABOVE RIGHT: The beautiful interior of the Frontier. CENTER: The couples begin to arrive. ABOVE: The Grand March.National Honor Society On May 17, 1971; forty new members were initiated into the National Honor Society. Student Speakers were Robert Hadden, Andrew Reese, Mark Lindblad, Jayne Magnus, Jacquelyn DeGuise, Michael Roelofs, Jane Englund and Terry Bender. Mr. Ray Cox was the guest speaker. Vicki Womeldorf and Mr. Behmler presented the pins to the new Junior and Senior members. The Sophomore members received cards and will receive their pins when they are Juniors. PRESENT MEMBERS! Andy Reese Seniors Mike Roelofs Deborah Allenburg Allen Sorbo Terry Bender Julie Tukua George Buehl Vicki Womeldorf Kothryn Doly Juniors Jacquelyn DeGuise Wendy Backlund Jane Englund Douglas Batdorf Jeff Faaberg Nancy Gimmestod Robert Hodden Peggy Johnson Bill Hoefer Dana Larson Mory Larson Dagni Lindlan Yvonne Larson Brion Mocnamara Gory Lee Kimberly Mansk Mark Lindblod Debra McAnninch John Lobdell Anna Nymoen Jayne Mognus Richard Schneider Barbara Meyer Thomas Sorbo Cynthia Nelson Barbara Ulman Nancy Oos NEW MEMBERS: Jean Ohnesorge Seniors Ph.l Olson Tom Bennett Jeffrey Mognuson Duone Bjerkoas Jane Oas Kathleen Brody Jone Petty Virginia Brown Laurie Pitts Deborah DeCamp Rebecca Rawlings Judith Fisher David Romness Corilee Johnson Diana Romness Teresa Kotula Sophomores Jeanne Mocias Kathleen Albrecht Sandro Noreen Lawrence Anderson Martin Overson Martha Anderson Shirley Rustod Kent Bailey Keith VanLiere Leslie Chabot Juniors Lawrence Dole Nancy Berg William Fox Patricia Clork John Heitkamp David Engstrand Theresa Johns Vicki Koehler Sonja Lindlon Deboroh Keller Michael Messer Jone Lonsing Kathy Reese Anita Mocias John SondnessAwards Day ABOVE LEFT: Coach Solyst congratulating Hal Wood on receiving the Most Valuable Trockman Award. ABOVE RIGHT: Gary Lee receiving the Mathematic Aword from Mr. Babcock. Gary received thi» award by obtaining the highest score on the National Mathematics Test. LEFT: Mr. Francis Broich, Chairman of the Mound Chamber of Commerce, and Mr. Behmler presenting Peter Loven with the Yost Memorial Award. NOT PICTURED: Kevin Olson received the Minneapolis Star ond Tribunes Leadership and Service Award. fHONOR GRADUATES: lit Row: Deborah Allenburg, Yvonne Larson, Deborah DeCamp, Mory Larson, Vicki Womeldorf. 2nd Row: Kathryn Daly, Judith Fisher, Teresa Kotula, Jayne Magnus, Jacquelyn DeGuise, Virginio Brown. 3rd Row: George Buehl, Jeffrey Faaberg, Allen Sorbo, Andrew Re 'e, Michael Roelofs. Graduation 1971 Friday night, June 4, 1971 marked the Fifty-Third Commencement Exercises at Mound High School. Five students spoke at the Exercises: Drake Lorence, Jacquelyn DeGuise, Andrew Reese, and the Foreign Exchange Students Grace Ferreira and Luis Hernandez. Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Fisher, spoke; and Mr. Behmler announced the school and community awards and recognitions. Mr. Chemberlin, Chairman of the School Board, presented the diplomas to the graduates. ABOVE: Drake ond Terry breathe a sigh of relief.SCHOLARSHIPS That students received tcholorthipt: Peter loven orvd Jocquelyn DaGuita received the Senior Clots Scholorthipt. Croig Casey, Jon Macnomaro and John Eist received the Mound Federation of Taochert Scholarships. Kothryn Daly and George Buehl received the Tonka Corporation Scholarships and Bonnibel Kickhafer received the Tonka Corporation award to a student planning to train for a social service occupation. John Grundmeir received the North Shore Women's Club Vocational Training Scholarship. Yvonne Larson received the Women's Club of Mound College Scholarship. Vicki Womeldorf received the Mound Medical Clinic College Scholarship. Mike Kohman received the Mound Rotary Club Vocational Troining Scholarship and Noncy Oas received the Mohawk Mrs. Jaycees College Scholarship. Mortm Overton, Tom Bennett, Teresa Kotulo and Sandra Noreen received the Advance Foundation Awards. Kathleen Brody received the American Legion Auxiliary Aword for Nursing School. Kendoll Larson received the Hilltop Elementary School Scholarship. 


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