Mounds View High School - Vista Yearbook (New Brighton, MN)
- Class of 1958
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School board members are looking at the plans for Edgewood Junior High. Seated ore
Stanley A. Olmen, Fred C. White, Warren H, Johnson and Henry Resman. Standing are Leon E.
Sabine, D. D. Wendt and Clyde Reedy.
Mr. Reeder, Superintendent of Schools. S
Mr. Resman, Administrative Assistant.
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Mounds View has been under the excellent sup-
ervision of our administration headed by Superin-
tendent of Schools Ralph Reeder.
Our administration has the responsibility of
maintaining an atmosphere suited to the development
of its students, both intellectually and socially. They
have been concerned with having o competent foc-
ulty, an adequate library and good bus transporta-
tion. They met all these demands and more.
Our entire administration has shown kindness,
tolerance and firmness, thereby gaining the respect
ofthe student body and their fellow workers.
Mr. Kunze, Principal Mr. Pogenkopf, Assistant Printipol Miss Vorney, Junior High Counselor
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The new Edgewood Junior High School in the process of being built.
Mr. Conover, Senior High Counselor
Mr. Meyer, Mr. Sohli ond Mr. G. Chrisfenson catching up on world ciffcirs.
Mr. Geske and Mr. Wegleitner discussing American History
Mr. Schullz and Mr. Hillbcrn folking over Minnesorufs Centennial. Miss Daily nof Picrured.
Mr. Brainard, Mrs. Morton, Mrs. Gibson and Mr. Scribner demonstrating the tape recorder.
Three foreign language teachers, Mrs. Newton, Mrs. Palmer and Mr. Eggar.
Mrs. Graves, Mr. Williams and Miss McDermott "chatting."
ln any vocation we may enter we will find it
necessary to speak. ln the English department the
emphasis is on speaking correctly - in this way pre-
paring us for the years to come. Along with speak-
ing, reading, listening and writing hold important
We aren't limited simply to learning English, for
many students take advantage of the four foreign
languages offered. These languages are Latin "La-
tine," French, "Francais," Spanish "espanol," and
German, "Deutsch" Life would not otter much ex-
citement without languages.
ln this, the age of atoms, satallites and missiles,
we realize the need for science and math. Courses
are offered from general math and science up through
solid geometry, Trigonometry and physics, We are
fortunate to have the equipment necessary for many
things. Our chemistry room has everything from a
glass tube to a bunsen burner. Biology students look
forward to disecting ascarides, fish and frogs.
The teachers urge outside projects for those es-
pecially interested and talented. Students realizing
their opportunities, willingly take part in these pro-
jects. All these things work together to promote in-
terest and knowledge in the science field.
Mr. Anderson doing an experiment.
Mr. Zaworski, Mr. Heyer and Mr. Leonard, talking "over" the aquarium.
Mr. Van Hooser pointing out the circulatory system on the manikin
Mr. Nelson, Mr. McManus and Mr. Ny-
hus illusfroiing The co-ordinclfe system,
Moth teachers Mr. Helstrom and Mrs. Peterson.
Science is importonf and interesting.
Mr. Roy ond Mr. Wendorf checking their P.O. boxes
"Who wears short shorts?" Our girls physical
education teachers: Miss Mertens, Miss Swanson
and Miss Wiig.
At the moment the basketball seems to be the center of Mr.
Westlund, Mr. Bauer and Mr. T. Christensenfs interest.
Mr. Raiacich, Mr. Geurts and Mr. Karialahti watching the planer.
Realizing the importance of physical fitness for
both boys and girls, it is required that all students
take physical education through their sophomore
year. For those students who feel they may want to
be a physical education teacher, they can be a teach-
er's assistant. In this way they can find out if they
should seriously consider doing this type of work.
They will also pick up some helpful hints and teach-
ing methods from our qualified teachers. Not only
the physical education departments, but the other
departments at Mounds View also offer opportunities
for students to be teacher assistants. These teacher's
assistants do some clerical work to relieve a little of
the teacher's load.
Mrs. Newell, Mrs. Stockamp and Mr. H. Erickson checking over a typing book. Famous last words, "Don't look at the camera." Mr. Ashwood, art teacher
There are some subiects that are required for
students to take. Among these, English and social
studies are taken through the senior year. Each year
we have a chance to choose more elective courses.
Some students may be interested in business educa-
tion, others in art, industrial arts, or home economics.
Almost everyone is interested in driving because
it is practically a necessity for this suburban district.
ln order to encourage better driving "behind the
wheel" training is given.
This, of course, doesn't mention all of the elec-
tive courses ottered at Mounds View. As we progress
in years, we get more into the special type of classes
we need and want for the future.
lt looks like drivers training teachers Mr. Geb-
hard and Mr. Christopherson made it back to
and Mr. E. Erickson, Vista advisor.
Miss Kyamme and Mrs. Simonson mixing a batch of brownies
Mrs. Lindstedt and Miss Ranholm checking out a "few" books.
District 621 office stalt: Mrs. Vivian Drinnin, clerk, talking an the phone, Mrs. Lillian Frischmon,
Sr. Administration secretary, typing, and Miss Marlene Rybaclc, bookkeeper, checking over
We believe that healthy people are happy peo-
ple. This is the reason stress is placed on good health
at Mounds View. All students are givenveye and ear
tests, polio shots and mantoux tests.
This year we have a new eye chart which was
made by Mr. Raiacich and Mr. Geurts of the indus-
trial arts department.
Along with having healthy bodies we want to
have healthy minds. The library is a good place to
further develop healthy minds.
The school nurse, Mrs. Anderson, giving a Mrs. Wige, Mrs. Morris and Miss Bluhm, working in the high school office.
student an eye test.
This years expert cooksf V. Eisenman, J. Stadler, M. Rybak, R. Kolarsky, A. Debee, B. Markeson, M. Thi-
bodeau and Miss Toop.
It looks like the teachers are trying to take the cooks jobs.
Our hard working custodians: 'lst row - F. McDaniel, H. Seobloom
Paron. 2nd row - J. Wagner, J. Eisenman, C. Zweig. Not pictured -
Hipp, A. Johnson and J. Jorgenson.
The custodians keep our school healthy by keep-
ing it clean. They are on duty twenty-four hours a
day, helping in numerous ways.
Through the entire school year the cooks are
kept busy planning menus, preparing food and serv-
ing hungry students. Annually the men educators put
on aprons and cook up a turkey dinner for the fac-
ulty. This is a tremendous chance for the men of
Mounds View to show their "hidden" talents.
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The senior class did many things as a unit during
our years here at Mounds View.
First of all we all had English, social studies and
history. We had these subiects different hours and
sometimes we had different teachers, but we all had
some common learning experiences. Not only did we
compete and work together academically, but we
competed and worked together socially.
We sponsored the first canteens ever held at
Mounds View as sophomores. As juniors we worked
hard and yet had fun working on the prom and
Junior-Senior Banquet. Now as seniors we are busy
with our car wash and picnic.
As we, the senior class of '58, receive our diplo-
mas, a conclusion to our years at Mounds View is
Seniors practicing for Senior Assembly and Baccalaureate.
Mr. Kunze introducing the graduating class of i958 at the Senior Assembly.
The Class of 1958 received their diplomas as a
conclusion to their years at Mounds View High School.
This impressive ceremony will be treasured in their
memories along with the football games, in which we
were Suburban Champions, basketball games, the
Senior Prom, and class picnic.
The whirling maze of activities and studies which
engulfed these seniors ended with commencement,
and a new series of experiences and thrills have now
These four years were a long hard pull mixed
with moments of laughter and tears. Leaving all this
behind, the Class of 1958 prepare for their iourney
into the future.
Cl""l" Adl"""' Charles Adleman - A model A or T in the valley, is
right up Adleman's alley. Peggy Allen - You can
tell she's dreaming because she has stars in her eyes.
Gordon Amundson - He's neither a book worm nor
a social hound, but he's swell to have around. Ger-
ald Anderson - "ls Gerald Anderson there?" This
call comes over the air. Glenda Anderson - Don't
derail her train of thought, or in the wreckage you'll
be caught. Connie Aronson - In school she's quiet,
outside she's a riot. Mark Aske - The bite of Mark, is
worse than his bark. Sharon Backstrom - Parties
and more parties, clothes and more clothes is this
G0rd0nAmv'Idw'1 girl's middle name. Carolyn Bak - Stand awhile,
wait awhile, here comes Carolyn with her smile.
Glenda Anderson Connie Aronson Mark Aske Sharon Backxtrom Carolyn Balt
Daniel Bambery - He wants to set the world on tire,
by giving the teachers a slow burn. Gerald Bergquist
- Who's always bright and merry, Mr. Personality,
the name is Jerry. Dennis Berry - Gay as a song,
and twice as long. Judith Biorke - A beautiful voice
although, she spends her time selling dough. David
Blanski - Dave, to his car is a slave.
Senior Copy Writers: Ellis Ohnstad, Bob Rydeen, Sharon Flink, Kay Johnson, Jerry Bergquist,
Marge Hill, Vivian Stanford, Donna Chumley, Sara Hanson, Joan Comer, Mr, Brainard. Not
pictured - Peggy Allen, Judy Jackson, Amy Williams.
Daniel Bambery Gerald Bergquist Dennis Berry Judith Biorke David Blqmki
Gary Bobleter - He may be quiet, but he has the
makings of a riot. Elwood Bolander - El wood if El
could. Yvonne Bulduc - Why are lovers so wan-ask
Yvonne. Richard Bolin - Old MacDonald had a
drive-in and hired Richard Bolin. Tom Bratz - Tom,
Tom, the piper's son, stole a Junior and away he run.
Barbara Brunelle - Tiny and quiet, but can be a riot.
Constance Bubar - Connie Bubar gets her kicks, rid-
ing horses like Tom Mix. Randall Budke - Randy's
o negative dandy, and almost twice as handy. Ros-
ella Buhil - She has a good time, she's a lovable
lass, glad she's one of our class.
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Thomas Bratz Bqrhqrq Brunelle Constance Bubar Randall Budke Rosella Buhil
Rudy Cardenos Floyd Carlson
Helen Christianson Kent Christianson
Donna Chumley Frank Cmiel
Thomas Chase Kimberly Chindlund John Christensen
Rudy Cardenas - The Cardinals are out for Car-
denas, because he's a bird. Floyd Carlson - Come
drag with me Lucille, in my merry Oldsmobile. Thomas
Chase - Every bobby-soxer, likes this dapper boxer.
Kimberly Chindlund - To be an artist is his desire,
and set the political world on fire. John Christensen
- Pair of skates-hole in ice-Golden Gates. Helen
Christianson - Fair as the day and always gay. Kent
Christianson - His actions are a mystery to other
people, but as clear as mud to him. Donna Chumley
- She came, she saw, and she's still looking. Frank
Cmiel - I believe in conserving energy, especially
Barbara Coleman .loan Comer
Douglas Doherty Marguerite Doherty
La Vayne Dupslatt Karleen Edstedt
Frank Cooper Donald Day
Barbara Coleman - Bow low men, here comes Cole-
man. Joan Comer - Boys don't put your trust in
Comer, she's a roamer. Frank Cooper - Whenever
he feels like exercising, he sits down until the feeling
goes away. Don Day - Day after day, after day,
will Don fade away? Phyllis DeMars - A sweet dis-
position, an excellent heart. Douglas Doherty - On
the Emerald Isle, Doug got his bright smile. Marg-
urite Doherty - Ready to work, ready to play, ready
to help whenever she may. La Vayne Dupslal? - This
gentleman does not hurt others by words or actions.
Karleen Edstedt - The Queen of Hearts has lots of
Dennis Edstrom - I can resist anything but tempta-
tion. James Ekstrand - He plays hockey, he plays
tennis, and in school he's a menace. Paul Ellingson
- Always happy, always gay, too bad he's not here
to stay. Ronald Esberg - He may seem quiet until
you get to know him. John Ewing - If there's any-
thing doing, look tor John Ewing. Lary Falck - High
school days are a delight, but for him a Saturday
night. Ronald Falk - Quiet men are most surprising.
Mary Fauceh' - Mary Jean wrote a book, La Vayne
was the theme she took. Jo Ann Fish - She's a real
delectable dish, you know her as Jo Ann Fish.
John Ewing l"'Y Falck Ronald Fulk Mary Faucet! .lo Ann Fish
Sharon Flink - She's the master of us all, when on
these quips we start to stall. James Gardner - lf you
want to drive a nifty one, pass by Gardner's '51,
Raymond Gnetz - He loves them and then forgets.
The romantic Raymond Gnetz. Leroy Goldeman -
He had not time for girls or fame, a mere diploma
was his aim. Jeanette Grande - Horses and water
are simply dandy, iust ask Jeanette Grande. Rosemary
Grant - One thing's true of Rosey's hair, ever bit
is certainly there. Ronald Greely -- Why study?
There are so many other things worthwhile. Charles
Gribble - lf you like an intellectual dribble, consult
Richard Grabau Janette Grande Rosemary Grant Ronald Greely Charles Gribble
Veronica Gurtek Barbara Haahr Sara Hanson James Harier
Veronica Gurtek - Always gay and merry. Barbara
Haahr - Twinkle, twinkle little Haahr, We Think
you'll go far. Sara Hanson - Calm, peaceful and
quiet-why not 'fry it? James Harter - For jokes that
are farfer, listen To Jim Harter. Harry Haselius -
Someone like Harry could be a rarity. Paul Haugen -
Well now, here comes Paul - There's no more To say
- tha1's all. Maiorie Hill - She's always ready for
the kill, fl'1at's The lovable Marge Hill.
Roger Hillstrom Jean Hiner
Helen Hying Judith Jackson
Kathryne Johnson Kenneth Joyce
Hoff Diane Holmen Richard Hudobo
Roger Hillstrom - Quiet and shy, but wait until he
winks his eye. Jean Hiner - Hiner is worth a liner.
Kenneth Hoff - "Please get oft," said Kenny Hoff.
Diane Holmen - The girl who's on a perpetual man-
hunt. Richard Hudoba - Gary Cooper, who's that
midget? Helen Hying - Her intelligence is never dy-
ing, this intellectual, Helen Hying. Judith Jackson -
Her happy disposition, her pleasant smile, has won
her friends for man a mile. Kathryne Johnson - The
intellect of the day, OH-Kay. Kenneth Joyce - Going
out with girls not boys gives Kenny many ioys.
Nancy Kammerer, - She's young, she's lovely, she's
engaged. James Kerr - Get a date and stay out late
and segregate. Alden Kleidon - He's the golfer's lot,
he swung and turf was all he got. Lenny Kloncz -
Football, wrestling, track and Joyce, these with
Lenny make lots of noise. John Koppy - The only
"copy" he sees is on traltic tickets. Richard Koskinen
- Pencil or brush - this boy can do his stuff. Robert
Koskinen - Although he may blush, he has that
magic touch. Beverly Kristyniak - Listening to either
Everly, gives no thrill to Beverly. Karen Kuszler - A
nicer girl on land and seo, cannot be found by me.
john Kgppy Richard Koskinen Robert Koslrinen Beverly Kristyniak Karen Kuuler
Personality Plus: Sharon Backstrom - Jerry
Most Likely to Succeed: Georgeane Lind-
quist - John McCIung
Flirtiest: Ray Gnetz - Jackie Leary
Chatterbox: Donna Chumley - Pete Larsen
Best Dancers: Sharon Rolli - Rudy Cardenas
Pretfiest Eyes: iris Stenhoff - Jim Gardner Preftiest Hair: Barbara Pederson - Lenny Cutest Smile: Marge Hill - John Ewing Most Talented: Kim Chindlund - Judy Biorke
Shyesf: Bob Koskinen - Dick Koslcinen
Pepplest Mary Lou Marren Bruce Perry
Easies? fo Look Af: Bob Westgard - Barb
Wifiiesf: Sara Hanson -Bob Rydeen
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Most Studiousg Amy Williams - Jon Swgn- Cufest Couple: La Vayne Dupslaff - Mary Mos? Aihleiicz Kay Johnson - Fred Besf All Around: Kathy Mickschl - Dan
son Jean Faucet! 27 McSherry Bambery
Thersa Landis - Too much wine, men and song. Guess
l'll give up singing. Peter Larson - What the police
said to Peter Larson, "You can not drive that car son."
Penny Larson - She may seem shy till you get to
know her. Jacky Leary - On conversation Leary is
never weary. Florence Lemke - Like a suspender,
she'll never let you down. Dick Lemke - The slow
devilish grin-. Dorothy Lewis - Silence is golden. Bill
Lewis - This little bill is never still. Georgeanne Lind-
quist - A sweet disposition and a perfectly matching
Florence Lemke Dick Lemke Dorothy Lewis Bill Lewis Georgeanne Lindquist
Bob Lunde .lim McAulay Bob McClain John MgCIung
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Nancy Luft - She doesn't put anything under her
J n'n- cuff, her name is Penny Luft. Bob Lunde - Who sleeps
on Monday, Lunde. Jim McAuley - Plug up your ear,
Jim is here. Bob McClain - The boy who can't seem
to reach his top shirt button. John McCIung - If you
want something verbal flung, let me refer you to
John McClung. Fred McSherry - The girls are weary
of Fred McSherry. Mildred McSherry - Cute and full
of pep, but when she's near, watch your step.
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Betty Mapes - Her heart was out of school before
she was. Steve March - lf brains were money, he'd
be a millionaire. Mary Lou Marren - A-B-Cs of pop-
ularity ability, beauty and co-operation. Joanne Ma-
thias - As angelic as an angel, but the devil's in her
eyes. Francy Menes - The longer you know her, the
better you like her. Tim Meyer - Worry and I have
never met. Kathy Michschl - A nicer girl can't be
found for many miles around. Pat Miller - Who's o
man killer, why Pot Miller. Sandra Milton - All the
MQW I-OU Maffef' fellows are wiltin' around Sandro Milton.
Francoise Menes Tim Meyer Kathleen Michschl Pat Miller Sandra Milton
Deanna Moga Karen Nelson
Deanna Moga - She loves to laugh, she loves to
walk, but even more she loves to talk. Karen Nelson
- Quiet and sweet, she can't be beat. Leonard Nel-
son - A wee bit shy, but a mighty swell guy. Linda
Neupert - She spends half her time figuring how to
spend the other half. Kay Newton - She's got both
beauty and brains, a dangerous combination for a
woman! Dennis Norbeck - No sinner and no saint
perhaps, but one of the best of chaps. David Norton
-Shy? No not acquainted.
leonard Nelson linda Neuperl
Bruce Perry, Vice President, John McClung, President, Glenda D0l1lliS N0rb0ClK
Anderson, Secretary. David Norton
JoAnn O'Connell Ellis Ohnstad
Mary Paron David Pearson
Barbara Pederson Celeste Perron
Tom Olchefske Shirley O'Neil Diane Paron
JoAnn O'Connell - A girl has to learn to detect an
engagement ring in a man's voice. Ellis Ohnstead - lf
wise cracks were dynamite, there would be quite an
explosion. Tom Olchafske - He appears to look shy
but looks are only skin deep. Shirley O'Neil - Life
is too short to be serious. Diane Paron - Before you're
near her you can hear her. Mary Jo Paron - Quiet
but always interested. David Pearson - l've served
my term and now good-bye. Barbara Pederson -
Tall and blonde of boys she's fond. Celeste Perron
- A cute combination of sense and non-sense.
Bruce Perry Dick E. Peterson Dick I.. Peterson Marilyn Polk
Bruce Perry - He's a sport in every field. Dick E.
Peterson - A nice guy with a "sharp" car. Dick L.
Peterson - I meant to do some work today but . . .
Marilyn Polk - I'm here even if I don't tell everyone.
Bob Porter - Studious die young, so I'm looking for-
ward to a long life. Esther Prechtel - "Wheaties for
breakfast, Cheerios for lunch and pep for every
game." Margaret Radke - Sweet in image, friendly
in her smile, all in all a girl worth while. Owen
Rasmussen - They say all great men are dead and
I don't feel so well myself.
Margaret Radke Bob Porter
Virginia Rhames - Is it South Carolina, Georgia or
St. James, whence did come this Southerner Rhames.
Diane Richert - Her personality is rich at heart and
studious worker is Diane Richert. Sharon Rolli - She's
iust a little lass whose got a lot of class. She's always
so iolly, you know her as Sharon Rolli. Bob Rydeen -
Studious, brilliant, noble and clean, The honorable
Robert James Rydeen. Zaky Saleh - A car is al-
ways rocky, When in it sits Zaky. Neal Sautbine -
When I feel things that I can't see, I know its Neal
Sautbine pestering me. Joanne Schafer - I know a
little shaver, her name is Joanne Schafer. Arnold
Schmalzbauer - Who smells sweet as a flower? Why,
Arnold Schmalzbauer. Sandra Schmelzer - Who flz-
zes like seltzer? Why, Sandy Schmelzer:
Zaky Saleh Neal Sautblne Joanne Schafer Arnold Schmalzbauer Sandra Schmelzer
Alice Skiba Henrietta Skiba
Alice Skiba - She's quiet and dark, at the drugstore
she's a spark. Henrietta Skiba - Sugar and spice,
tin cans and rice. Richard Smith - When you are in
need, Dick Smith will heed. Shirley Sorenson - When
Shirl's around you'll hear her cackle, and on her
nose she's got a freckle. John Soucheray - He's a
golfer, through and through unless there's something
else to do. Sharon Southerton - A tree is certainly
not very barren, when the fruit it yeilds is as pretty
as Sharon. Vivian Stanford - Blow, blow thou winter
wind, thou are not so noisy as Vivions kind. Iris Sten-
hoff - Everytime she flutters her lashes, the boys
just melt and turn to ashes. Gary Sullivan - Sullivan
is not a Swede, he must be some other breed.
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Sharon Southerton Vivian Stanford
Iris Stenhotf Gary Sullivan
Jon Swanson Ronald Sweeley Marvin Swenson Sharon Taylor Mary Theil
Betty Mapes, lris Stenhoff, Sharon Flink, Dick Koskinen, Bob Koskinen.
Jon Swanson - Swanson runs the quarter, faster
than a "Wet Back" can cross the border. Ron Swee-
ley - Handsome and tall, he's liked by all. Marvin
Swenson - He's bashtul, but with his looks he can
afford to be. Sharon Taylor - She puts her best
efforts into everything she does. Mary Theil - Speech
is great, but silence is greater.
Robert Tillman - Why do the girl's hearts beat fast
and thrill, man? Why, because of Robert Tillman.
Mike Torgeson - Who's a cute little tike? ATorgeson's
the last name the first is Mike. Virginia Tucker - Her
conversation is blaud, herlhair blonde, and I-expect
she will .be talking in the "Great Beyond." Derwook
Vik - "Who me?" Lazy? David Vogt - He's not quite
old enough to Vogt. Donald Walsh - He's tall and
shy, but never a better guy. Bob Walsh - When sixth
hour rolls around each day, it looks like Bob has iust
"Hit the Hay." Joan Webber - She'll laugh at a ioke
if it's not about "Voc." Claralyn Wendt - She may
be shy, but she's got a guy.
Dgyid V991 Donald Wahl, Robert Walsh .loan Webber Claralyn Wendt
Ernest Wepplo - Wind in the Wepplo tree? Marie
Wester - I don't talk much, perhaps I'm shy. Bob
Westgarcl - Who makes the girls hearts throb,
you're right it's Bob. Darlene Wetterlind - A di-
amond is a girls best friend. Darlene Wilber - Sweet
in her image, friendly in her smile. Henry Wihelm -
Keep smiling, it makes everyone wonder what you're
up to. Amy Williams - Her devotion to books is her
ambition, this intelligent girl - Amy Williams. Jackie
Wilmot - She 's a cute little lass, who's got a lot of
class. Donald Wilsey - When ioy and duty clash, let
Bob wesigmd duty go to smash.
Darlene Wilber Henry Wilhelm Amy Williams Jackie Wilmot Donald Wilsey
John Winiecki Tom Wohlberg Wesley Wold Diana Wresh
John Winiecki - You never go wrong when you're
with John. Tom Wohlberg - An innocent face but
you never can tell. Wesly Wold - Wesley Wold
with his voice of gold. Diana Wresh - A ring on her
finger is worth two on the phone. Mabel Yost - She's
the best, she's the most, her name is Mabel Yost.
Ray Young - The school says "stay stay," tell me
why Mr. Ray. Sandra Zager - Fun and good times,
what else is there to live for. Janet Zwieg - Who
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Our school would not be complete without
each class. We are concerned in this section with the
peppy seventh graders all the way through the ac-
tive iuniors. Our halls will never be the same without
our running, pushing, shoving seventh graders.
Each senior high class does more as a unit. Much
class spirit is being shown by the iuniors in planning
the junior-senior prom and banquet.
Every spring each class elects officers for the
following school year. These officers perform many
important functions. Along with their individual class
duties they are all representatives to the Student
Council. These leaders of today will be the leaders
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On entering school last tall there was no idea
the work and fun that was ahead tor our unsuspecting
juniors. Basketball games where popcorn was made
and sold and football games where they were in
charge of concessions again.
The planning, building and decorating of the
prom was the largest challenge faced by the Juniors,
but with capable leaders like President, Mike Bauer-
schemidt, Vice President, Jerry Ashbach, and Sec-
retary Treasurer, Judy Lanes, the prom was a huge
As the year becomes a thing of the past, Juniors
look forward with anticipation and realization that
they will now be the ruling Seniors.
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Under the leadership of Mrs. Gibson, the Junior Class ex
plores the works of Walt Whitman.
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change applicants. At the right: A group of iuniors
entering the Y.M.C.A. Deal on o Saturday night.
The informal atmosphere in the woodshop helps create co
operation ond craftmanship, os iunior boys put together a
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Four sophomore girls bring a little fun and color to halls as
they encourage everyone to attend the coming carnival.
The sophomore class, under the capable leader-
ship of President, Donna Poshek, Vice President, Dick
Boyum and Secretary Treasurer, Ray Gilbertson,
added much to the spirit of Mounds View this year.
Everyone worked with enthusiasm on sponsoring
and planning of the annual spring dance, which was
held for the freshmen and sophomore classes. The
tradidional canteens, which all enioyed, proved
again, to be successful.
Mrs. Morton, their advisor, guided them along
this road of accomplishments.
As our sophomores gaze hopefully into their
futures they see a fun-filled and even more -adven-
turous Junior year ahead of them.
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Something different from the usual routine of English,
is the acting out of scenes from plays of Caeser.
This typing class is learning the neat and precise
way of communication.
Spectators of Mounds View throughly enioying a game
at Columbia Heights.
With the energy ana inspiration these fresh-
men entered into the relm of Junior High, with not
only a number as ninth but with the title of freshmen.
To carry and to make known this title were the
officers and representatives of the class. President,
Doug Erickson, Vice President, Jim Fisher and Secre-
tary Treasurer, Judy Newell, displayed their leader-
ship, not only in class activities but also in Junior
Student Council proiects.
Advised by Mr. Zaworski, the freshman class of
1958 has had a successful year and shall continue
to have more.
These are the people who, pioneering the world
of education shall seek to conquer it.
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Learning how science will help them in their tuture years is
an important aspect of education.
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Awaiting the day of initiation into the realm of
Senior High, our eighth graders prepare themselves.
Their interests are aroused more each year by studies
and activities. Leading themthrough this active year
were: President, Jaynes Morse, Vice President, Paul
Wicklund, Secretary Treasurer, Ron Johnson.
Something new has been added to girls' and
boys' gym classes. Various dances were taught, help-
ing to promote the Junior High dances. This was
helpful and fun for all.
As time marches on, this class will march forward
too. The halls of Mounds View will provide a path-
way for their futures.
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With wonderment, enthusiasm and excitement,
the seventh graders started their first year at Mounds
View. Electing capable officers was their first order
of business. These people represented them in Junior
Student Council for the year: President, Bob Ramsey,
Vice President, Gary Hassel, and Secretary Treasurer,
At tirst their adventures through the halls were
inquisitive, wide-eyed ones. Gradually they became
acquainted with our halls and now they're the fastest
things on two feet.
We will always remember our seventh graders
with a smile. They will be missed as they adventure
down the new halls of Edgewood Junior High.
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We find them eating their lunches and
Ninth grade: Doug Erickson, Jim Fisher, Judy
Eleventh grade: Mike Bauerschimidt, Jerry Ash-
bach, Judv Lanes
Tenth grade: Dick Boyum, Donna Poshek, Ray Eighth grade: Jaynes Morse, Paul Wicklund, Ron Johnson
Seventh grade: Bob Ramsey, Gary Hassel, Joan Laumeyer
Our class officers have led us with precision
and enthusiasm through this year.
As representatives of their class they have con-
tributed a great deal to Mounds View. By carrying
suggestions from their fellow classmates and disputing
problems concerning student altairs, they have been
an asset to our Student Council.
This leadership has paved the way to success-
ful ends. It has given them needed experience. They
will use this experience in years to come as they
become the citizens and parents ot tomorrow.
Mounds View's freshman class of 1958, suffered
the loss of a friend and classmate, Donald Hammer-
strom. Don, a quiet boy and hard worker, was ad-
mired and well liked by those who knew him.
Although his condition restrained him in sports
and many of the school's more strenuous activities,
he was quite active in his church, and in the geology
division of the Science Club here at school.
Donald had undergone similiar surgery to help
correct his condition previous to the open heart oper-
ation on April twenty-third, during which he passed
He will not be forgotten soon by his friends and
companions, as he will remain forever, a part of their
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'lst row - R. McCready, D. Kelley, A. Kennedy, D. Poshek, N. Pomerenke, M. 'Marren, E.
Prechtel, K. Le Vander, P. Eisenman. 2nd row - S. Harvey, B. Klonz, P. Norton, S. Daniewlson,
S. Backstrom, M. Hill, J. Lanes, J. Hamrin, L. Hillstrom, G. Anderson, J. Bjorke. 3rd row - R,
Gilbertson, D. Boyum, D. Wagner, J. Caton, R. Sweely, Z. Saleh, J. Ashback, R. Achterkirck,
F. Kunzeman, A. Hirmon, T. Olchefski, B. Perry, J. McClung.
Tst row - P. Kerr, K. Milton, R. Johnson, G. Hassel, P. Miller, T. Lewke, P.
Burggren, M, O'Brian, and P. Wicklund. 2nd row - B. Cox, R. Johnson, K.
Ashbach, S. Asp, R. Ramsey, J. Holmberg, J. Laumeyer, A. Charles, C. Heluir,
L. Swanson, K. Rowland and Miss Varney. 3rd row - L. Draxten, S. Sehron,
D. Erickson, J. Fisher, T. Swaim, M. Olson, C. Erickson, B. Floren, J. Morse, D.
Chare, J. Kunzeman ond P. Schweppe. Not pictured - C. Laube.
The Student Councils of Mounds View High
School govern the student body of both Junior and
Senior High. They make decisions through the repre-
sentation of all students.
This year the Senior Student Council sponsored
the Homecoming Parade, Coronation, and Dance.
The Junior Council helped in this project by selling
buttons. The Sno-Day was completely a Senior Coun-
The high-lite of this year was the Student Coun-
cil Convention held at our school. Over thirty-three
Presiding over the Senior Council was Dan
Bamberry. Assisting him was Mike Bauerschmidt, V.
Pres., and Kathie Mickschl, Sec. Treas.
lst row - C. Aronson, R. Nelson, S, Taylor, J. Biorke, J. Cromer, S. Andrus, G. Anderson, M. Rodke, K. Kusz-
ler, B. Krist, B. Morton, J. Closen, D. McCooley. 2-nd row - P. Thompson, N. Germonn, L. Belloch, J. Fish, K
Edstedt, M. Fetsch, D. Alberg, C. Cimburci, D. Monson, M. Keeley, D. Poshek, J. Comer, V. Rudolph, K. Poron
3rd row - L. Tompson, G. Solitros, B. Lewis, D. Peterson, R. Budke, D. Wagner, R. Cordenos, J. Winiecki, P
Eisenmen, J. Homrin, J. Weber, B. Brogger, D. Poron, J. Clclsen, J. Schafer. 4th row f D. Wcilberg, G. Ander-
son, O. Jennes, D. McElroy, D. Pierson, W. Wold, D. Norbeck, D. Berry, C. Gribble, B. Pine, T. Olchefske
R. Esberg, D, Blonski, C, Kodrie, J. Kerr, D. Loswell, D. Stohr. Directing is Mrs. Brones.
The Tonettes - C. Aronson, G. Anderson, J. Biorke, S. Taylor, D. Pcron, J. Schafer.
Ist row - DERBY ElGl'lTS - D. Norbeck, B. Lewis, T. Olchefske,
J. Kerr. 2nd row: G. Anderson, C. Gribble, B. Pine, R.
The Senior Choir, under the direction of Mrs.
Brones, hos been very busy this yeor. They gove o
return concert ot Columbio Heights ond on exchonge
concert ot St. Poul Pork. ln Jonuory, the choir portici-
poted in the District I4 Vocol Music Festivol ot So.
The choir hos o fine record. For the post three
yeors it hos received on "A" roting in the District
Presiding over the choir this yecir wos Wesley
Wold. Assisting him wos vice president Jirn Kerr, sec-
retory Kcirleen Edstedt ond treasurer Rudy Cordenos.
The Mounds View High School Band is kept
busy the year around. They march for football games
in the fall and give both a Christmas and Spring
This year the District Band Contest was held at
Mounds View. Our Band received a "B+" rating.
However, most of the ensembles and solos received
an "A" rating. This is encouraging for the bands in
The ensemble groups are becoming more and
more popular. A few students have formed a dance
band, The Rollettes, which plays for school activities.
They earn money for their music by sponsoring Junior
and Senior High dances.
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'lst row - J. O'Hagen, G. Chestek, K. Edstedt, K. Newton, C. Stowasser, V. Anderson, I. Perry, D. Peterson
D. Olmen, N. Barnum, A. Kennedy, K. Anderson, S. Peterson, C. Wendt. 2nd row - S, Hanson, J. Fuller, I
Evertt, J. Nelson, L. Hamilton, C. Isaksen, A. Schmidthuber, B. Kuszler, M. Fisk, J. Swanson, J. Dragger
P. Westermeier, C. Gardiepy, D. Raustadt,
M. Carlson, D. Fieldseth, A. Grahn, M.
Merilati, B. Lunde, M. Hortse, R. Shackle,
son, B. Omundson, J. McClung, L. Nelson.
M. Sweezo, S. Taylor. 3rd row - M. Plaite, N. Perron, P. Montain
Holmberg, G. Norton, F. Beherens, P. Skildum, K. Widmer, P
J. Anderson, R. Potter, P. Wood, J. Fisher, J. Erickson, D. Erick
4th row -- K. Kuszler, B. Milton, J. Ratfield, T. Vliem, J. Christen
san, B. Buss, J. Hansen, H. Wickmen, B. Eicher, W. Newrnanville, D. Thompson, J. Kurkowski, Mr. Wige
The Rollettes playing at a dance. J. McClung, R. Fyler, B.
Omundson, D. Raustadt, J. Vorpahl, J. Swanson, J. O'Hagen,
B. Lunde, C. Gribble, L. Pfeilsticker.
Ready for the signal from the Maiorette!
'Ist row - A. Williams, R. Foley, P. Frits, S. Kilmer, J. Hanson, K. Rowland, R. Fyler, D. Schumacher. 2nd row
- E. Cunningham, B. White, M. Cadwell, A. Kelly, J. Draeger, J. Tesch, R. Spengler, B. Pedalty, E. Sheehy,
J. Larson, B. Flor, A. Kolarsky, N. Sautbine, D. Erickson. 3rd row - S. Anderson, D. Alberg, E.
Dropps, J. Perry, M. Kronstedt, D. Minikus, B. Hemp, G. Keller, A. Marx, W. Leak. 4th row - J. Anderson,
C. Egge. 5th row - L. Hauberg, P. Biorke, M. Milton.
The orchestra is gaining a good reputation in
the suburban schools. This year tor the first time it
is a full orchestra consisting of 37 members. It is
under the direction of Mr. Carlson. There are only
two such orchestra in the suburban schools.
They are kept busy during the year by having a
winter and spring concert. They also play for school
The orchestra took part in the District Music
Contest this year.
Most of the soloists and ensembles received an
"A" rating. This is an encouragement tor the or-
chestra in the future at Mounds View.
Mr. Carlson, director.
String quartet: R. Foley, V. Voge, A. Williams, D. Schumacher.
This was a big year for the 7th, 8th, and 9th
grade choir. The 7th grade in conjunction with the
7th grade band, put on a Christmas program in the
theatre. They also joined in with the 8th and 9th
grades to put on a Spring program for the Junior
High. The purpose of these groups is to teach the
students the tundamentals ot group singing and to
prepare the students for the Senior Choir.
The Girls Glee Club is composed of Sophomore,
Junior and Senior girls. It meets twice a week.
Presiding over the club this year was Donna
Faucett. Helping her was Vice President, Nancy Fo-
erster and Secretary Treasurer, Cathy Waslien.
Their performances this year included the Dis-
trict Vocal Contest and the annual Spring Concert.
The Glee Club is under the direction of Mrs.
The purpose of this club is to give the girls
needed experience for becoming future Senior Choir
1st row - J. Wilson, S. Wheeler, J. Walker, B. White, S. Dorsberg, E. Dropps
N. Schmalzbauer, H. Strand. 2nd row - L. Wood, L. Bell, V. Bublitz, P
McClider, S. Bolander, K. Rodke, J. Clute, P. Netterlund, D. Ehlers, M. Cobb
L. Pringle. 3rd row - Miss Varney, Mrs. Kranz, P. Kerr, B. Blaisdell, M. Platt
C. Amos, J. Wilson, N. Dean, S. Barber, S. Schultzler, K. Johnson, M. Fickett
S. Seklcon, R. Olson. 4th row - N. Perron, V. Anderson, G. Gentry, P. Wood
L. McDonald, C. Lampman, J. Omundson, L. Wendt, M. Miller, C. Di Giovanni
E. Bublitz, K. Westman, J. Christiansen, J. Brainard, J. Laumeyer.
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'lst row - B. Buss, C. Gulke, L. Miller, J. Frogh, P. Gurtek, J. Perry, D.
DeSontis, P. Kolarsky, J. Wilmot. 2nd row - C. Nugent, K. Stavnes, N
Foerster, B. Klonz, L. Simning, C. Bergquist, C. Woslin, L. Netterlund, K.
Swenson, K. Stonina. 3rd row - D. Faucett, J. Webber, L. Hamilton, M.
Quick, M. Kugler, D. Doherty, D. Gloseman, M. Hen-nebry, J. Rygwall
M. Piske, D. Stohr.
'lst row - S. Lindquist, D. Wilbur, P. Miller. 2nd row - L. Kidder,
S. Peet, B. Cross. 3rd row e F. Johnson, M. Fickett, E. Swirtz, D.
Sanders. 4th row - J. Winiecki, K. Schact, L. Gillespe, D. McNeil
5th row - S. Greeley, V. Beherns, J. lsackson. 6th row - J. Kerr,
J. Larsen, A. Williams, president.
Pointing a mural tor the Library window are: B.
Morton, vice-president, A. Kolarsky, M. Dorman,
C. Wendt, secretaryetreasurer, K. Rybak.
Red Cross members working hard at the candy
and cookie sale at a basketball game.
The purpose of the Red Cross is to help people
in need. Among other things this year they have
decorated hospitals, helped people in disaster areas
by collecting money and other help. They also served
coffee to the people who donated blood during the
Their main project is the filling of Red Cross
boxes to send to children abroad.
Their main money making proiect was the
The Library Club is organized to serve the stu-
dent body and taculty. lt is headed by an executive
board consisting of the Club otticers, Miss Ronholm
is the faculty advisor.
Meetings are held twice monthly. This year they
sponsored a basketball hop and a booth at the Car-
nival. They also took a field trip to the St. Paul Public
and Hill Reference Libraries.
Decorating the Library are: D. Otto, K. Hervin, Looking over the reference books are: G. Erickson, J. Svee,
K. Kliedon, S. Bolcmder. Advisor, Miss Ronholm, and president, M. Faucett.
ln two years the Vista has gained an enviable
reputation. Last year it received a First Class Award.
The editorial staff, under the direction of Mr. E.
Erickson develops ideas, plans sections and designs
the cover and division pages. Each section becomes
the responsibility of a particular group.
The work of the business staff is selling the
Vista, financing our Annual by showing movies to
the student body and promoting and collecting
The Juniors at the Vista staff gain valuable ex-
perience in editing the "Buzz Book." we
Both publications are the results of the ideas,
inspirations and cooperative work of many students.
D. Holmen, Sports editor, S. Backe
strom and D. McColley, Class.
Executive Staff: M. Marren, Copy editor, J. Bergquist, Editor, D. Moga, Business h D h '
editor, Mr. Erickson, Advisor. 2nd row - R. Koskinen, Art Editor, R. Koskinen, Teac er Gsslsmnlf E' Sm er' Busmess'
Layout editor, K. Chindlund, Picture editor.
L. Jensen, S. March, B. Porter, D. Metters, Photo staff.
D. Hassel, Art, D. Richert, Picture, M.
J. Larson, Education and E. Prechtel, Education editor,
S. Flink, Senior editor and D. Chumbly, Senior.
S. Hanson, Activities editor, H. Skibo, Feature and
S. O. Neil, Feature editor, R. Rydeen, Activities.
'Ist row - C. Gillespie, R. Foley, B. Pine. 2nd row - S. Hanson, J. Hiner, M. Germann,
B. Morton, N. Germann. 3rd row - B. Rydeen, P. Thompson, D. Faucett, C, Hudoba, M.
Fetsch, C. Hamilton. 4th row - J. Bergquist, K. Stonina
The Drama Club is a very active group. lts pur-
pose is to promote interest and skill in dramatic ac-
tivities. It usually presents one tall and one spring
This tall the "Snow White and Seven Dwarfs"
cast of 25 toured the elementary schools, acting for
more than 2500 students.
On March l, the District One-Act Play Contest
was held at Mounds View with our club presenting
"The Marriage Proposal." Charles Gribble, Judy
Biorke, Ellis Ohnstad made up the cast. The whole
Drama Club was responsible for the success of this
The "Willow and l," by John Patrick, was given
in the Spring.
Judy Biorke, President, talking about the spring play to E. Ohn-
stad, Secretary, and Mr. Scribner, Advisor.
Scene from the one-act play, MARRIAGE PROPOSAL.
Mr. Scribne putting make-up on Ellis Ohnstad
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'lst row - V. Anderson, K. Kliedon, V. Bublitz, B. White, J. Walker. 2nd row - J. Rigwull,
K. Stavnes, L. Netterlund, B. Flor, J. Clute. 3rd row - S. Hanson, J. Rasmussen, M. Floren,
J. Hiner, J. Lanes. 4th row - J. Comer, K. Johnson,
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G. Lindquist, president, M. Rieck, vice president, K. Newton, secretary,
and H. Skiba, treasurer looking over the new Mounds View iacket.
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The selling of Mounds View jackets is one ot the rnony
White sweat shirts with a green bucking bronco
signify the Mounds View High School Pep Club.
The purpose of this club is to promote school
spirit at athletic events, by working with the cheer-
Sophomore, Junior and Senior girls comprise
activities of Pep Club.
this club under the supervision of Miss Mertens.
The numerous octivities of the Pep Club range
from sponsoring dances, selling Pep Club sweat
shirts and Mounds View iackets, to the cultivating of
good sportsmanship and school spirit in the student
'lst row - Reporters: J. Clcsen, J. Prickett, J. Clasen.
2nd row - C. Ales, K. LaVander. 3rd row - M. Skiba,
M. Keely, J. Hamrin. '
The Journalism staff of Mounds View published
monthly issues of our school paper. A special edition
was put out by the Seniors. The Seniors composed
the editorial staff, while the others contributed
through writing and reporting.
Last year the Viewer was published completely
as on extracurricular activity by interested students.
This year, however, it was put out by a iournalism
Five representatives attended a press conference
this spring to get on-the-spot coverage of a news
The goals of this paper were to give service to
the school and to develop journalistic ideas on the
part ot the statt.
D. Mogu, third page editor, R. Sweeley,
Sports editor, K. Johnson, News editor. J. Biorke, ECJHOI' in chief: Ml5S MC- C, I 1, P El. h .
D rm H advisor ircua ion manager, . isenman, p otography editor,
- E O ' ' K. Chindlund, picture editor, M. Rieck.
Reporters: 1st row - P. De Mars
D. Richert, B. Mules. 2nd row --
P. Larson, S. O'Neil, D. Smith.
L. Holmberg, C. Rowland, J. Broinard.
Junior High Art Club. Advisor, Mr. Ashwood.
Mr. Ashwood, Ellis Ohnstad, Peg Allen, Jerry Bergquist, Bob Rydeen, Mavis Piske, Jessie
Cheney, Linda Miller, Jackie Nelson.
The Art Club was made up of people who enioy
doing art work which most of them do not have time
for during the day. They had a iob that was hard at
times but also fun. The Art Club made many posters
and decorated for dances and dinners.
Their biggest proiects this year were the plan-
ning and sponsoring of the Talent Show at the
Carnival and the decorating and planning of the
Valentine Dance and Coronation.
Pennants were sold during football season by
the Art Club. The advisor, Mr. Ashwood, assisted
them when help was needed in the process of mak-
ing these pennants.
Mr. Brainard, advisor, J. Lanes, Pres., J. Larson,
Treas., K. Edstedt, V. Pres., K. Kuszler, Sec., Mrs.
1st row - N. Sautbine, D. Hill, J. Leonard, J. Frogh. 2nd row
J. Hamrin, A. Williams, N. Germann, H. Linngren. 3rd row
J. Rygwall, P. Westermeier, L. Netterlund, M. Hennelry,
Future Nurses, advised by Mrs. Anderson, helps
prepare girls sincerely interested in nursing for col-
lege. By taking tield trips to hospitals, the girls dis-
covered how important and interesting nursing is.
Because the opportunities in this field are so great
these girls will have a wonderful career ahead of
The FTA is composed of students who are in-
terested in becoming teachers. The main objective of
the club is to create an interest in education. Stu-
dents learn the qualifications for college entrance
and what courses are required. Many of the members
have visited surrounding grade schools and have
taught for a day giving them some basic ideas and
experiences in teaching.
'lst row - J. Cramer, C. Hinmon, M. Radke, J. Meluig, P. Solt, S. ldoux, S.
74 Simoneau. 2nd row - V. Behrens, D. Newton, J. Hiner, K. Mickschl, J. Paulson,
Officers: J. Kollodge, V. Pres.g C. Wendt,
Sec., K. Chindlund, Pres.
K. Stillwell, J. O'Hagen, L. Jensen, C. Keller, D. Metters, S. March.
Junior High Photo staff: ist row - Mr. Karialahti, Advisor, K. McFeters, J. Bow-
man. 2nd row - J. Schiedler, L. Breuninger, R. Foerster, L. Wendt.
ior High Photo Club members.
The Junior Photo club is directed by Mr. Karial-
ahti. The main obiective of the club is primarily for
learning not only about cameras and taking pic-
tures but also about the dark room and its equipment.
The aim of the new members is to have their
photography skill developed enough so they can
assume responsibilities and perform the duties as Sen-
The Senior High Photo Club is under the direc-
tion of Mr. E. Erickson. Their purpose is fulfilled
through educational meetings, taking pictures of ac-
tivities, membership campaigns and by a miniature
golf bobth at the Carnival. They are taught good
techniques, correct composition and other fine points
'lst row - V. Westfield, J. Cheney, S. O'Neil, P. Norton. 2nd row - L. Hillstrom, D, Peterson, J. Newham,
B. Coleman, J. Clasen, M. Marren, J. Clasen, J. Prickett, S. Riter. 3rd row - N. Canfield, R. Nelson, J. Paul-
son, K. Paron, T. Bochenski, S. Andrus, S. Danielson, J. Nelsen, E. Prechtel, S. Sathre. 4th row - J. Grande, J.
Leary, D. Holmen, K. Mickschl, M. Keely, D. Alberg, G. Lindquist, H. l-lying, J. Larsen, J. Olson, P. Skildum.
The Senior High Girls Athletic Association is un-
der the supervision ot Miss Wiig. It is an organization
to promote better knowledge of sports, importance
of sportsmanship and to develop athletic skills. Some
of the activities include basketball, volleyball, bad-
minton, ping-pong and acrobatics.
Inter-school Play Days are the most interesting
of all of the activities of GAA. At these "Play Days"
the girls of one school compete against the girls of
other schools in various sports.
All girls who are Sophomores, Juniors or Seniors
may become members. Letters, bars and pins are
awarded at the end of the year, for active partici-
pation and regular attendance.
'Ist row - B. Flor, D. Cmiel, C. Bergquist, P. Gurtek, J. Cheney, K.
Swenson, C. Caswell, V. Engel, C. Nugert. 2nd row - J. Anderson, K.
1st row - Sec. E. Dropps, Pres. J. Anderson, V. Pres. C. Stark. 2nd row - M. Miller, L. Wendt, S. Perron,
D. Staples, S. Brunett, D. Goldeman, J. Gaudette. 3rd row - C. Lampman, J. Leslie, J. Wilson, S. Vizanko,
K. Schact, J. Wilson, J. Stiles, M. Hansen, C. Potter, H. Strand, S. Schuetzler. 4th row - G. Gentry, J
Brainard, E. Bublitz, N. Schmalzbauer, J, Bergquist, S. Wheeler, B. White, L. Larson, P. Montain, E. Weston,
J. McBeath, J. Christensen, J. Laumeyer. 5th row - D. Alberg, L. Kidder, K. Anderson, E. Dixon, L. Loren-
son, L. Olchefske, J. Walker, R. Boosalis, C. Taylor, J. Hanson, N. Perron, M. Platt, K. Simoneau, K.
Biorkman, M. Greeley.
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A pyramid formed by a few girls from GAA
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The Junior High Girls Athletic Association, under
the direction of Miss Wiig, met every Friday for the
purpose of fostering a spirit of good sportsmanship.
It also helped to promote the mastery of skills and
to encourage the worthy use of leisure time. All in
all, the Junior High GAA has been a very healthy
and worthwhile club to belong to. Included in their
activities was basketball, volleyball, ping-pong, bad-
minton, acrobatics, and many others.
A baseball game at a GAA meeting.
D. Laswell, R. Grant, S. Flink, S. O'Neil, C. Hinmon.
B. Coleman, Pres., S. Riter, Sec., Mrs. Simonson, Advisory J. Cramer, Vice Pres.,
J. Paulson, Treas., C. Hinmon.
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ist row - M. Skiba, M. Fetch, K. Paron, J. Newham. 2nd row
- J. Dowidat, E. Sathre, S. Hamrin, M. Lewis, K. Rybak, D.
The Senior High Future Homemakers of America
Club is composed of sophomore, junior, and senior
The purpose of the club is to "promote a grow-
ing appreciation of the ioys and satisfaction of home-
Eight members went to the district convention at
Patrick Henry High School in November. In March,
four members went to the state convention at the
Leamington Hotel. May of this year, the FHA had
their annual Mother and Daughter banquet at which
they installed their new officers.
S Asp M Olson Mrs Hostag
er C Erickson C Taylor S Peet
P Henbrlck J Swanson C Neal G Ohlson C Stark S Bellinger
The chief goal of the Junior High Future Home
makers of America is to interest girls in promoting
better living. The club is composed of girls in the
seventh, eighth and ninth grades.
Under the guidance of Mrs. Hostager these girls
have participated in many activities. Some represent-
atives went to the State Convention at the Leamington
Last spring the Junior High FHA had a banquet
for their mothers.
K. Meyers, K. Barther, J. Klatt, I. Perry, K. Kremer
B. Pine, D. Moon, D. Kristyniak, L. Netterlund, Mr. Scribner, D. Jennes.
The World Affairs Club was formed under the
direction of Mr. Hillborn in the 1957-58 school year.
The purpose of this club is to promote better under-
standing of world affairs.
The club has made field trips to the World
AFfairs Institute at Hamline University, the Edina-
Morningside High School World Affairs Club, and the
University ot Minnesota World AFfairs Center. Most
ot the members plan to compete in the Minneapolis
Star World Attairs Contest.
The purpose of the Debate Club is to improve
speaking ability and to adopt problem solving tech-
niques in the members.
The subiect this year was "Resolve: that direct
economic aid to individual nations should be limited
to technical assistance and disaster relief."
Debaters participated in five contests during the
first year of debate activity at Mounds View. Al-
though they did not do well in their first debates, they
gradually improved until they won half of them in the
regional contest. During the year they debated
against teams from all over the Twin Cities area and
from other parts of Minnesota.
D. Voge, Pres,g C. Cobb, Sec.,
Mr. Hillborn, L. Jensen, V. Pres.
V. Voge, L. Bellcch, L. Netterlund, J. Sather, A. Schmalzbauer, D Jennes
A new club organized under Mrs. Morton, to
stimulate and encourage creative writing. The mem-
bers of the Creative Writing Club read and discussed
stories, read examples of their own writing, and did
One of the members, Doug Jennes, won second
place in the Ramsey County Medical Association essay
The year ended with a successful picnic at Bob
lst row S. Schuetzler, J. Buolt, S. Kammerer, J. Christensen. 2nd row - N. Smith, C. Pine, G.
Gentry J Watson, E. Bublitz.
'Ist row - R. Foley, M. Dorman, B. Morton, N. Germann, 2nd row - P. Johnson, Mrs. Morton, advisor,
N. Forester, D. Jennes, B. Pine, M. Fisk, C. March, H. Henz.
The Book Club was organized this year in order
to increase the amount, the range, and the pleasure
of our personal reading. The club uses two methods
to accomplish this. lt offers cheap paper bound edi-
tions of good teenage literature for sale at twenty-
five and thirty-five cents. Secondly, it meets twice a
month in the library. Here the students have an op-
portunity to browse at leisure, to have help from our
advisor in the selection of books and to just enjoy
reading in the pleasant atmosphere our library
lst row - P. Kerr, K. Biorkman, J. Wilson, V. Anderson, E. Westen
J. Rands, S. Milton, J. Hansen. 2nd row - S. Hcwkinson.
Editorial Staff, J. Larsen, News and Feature, K. Row-
land, News and Feature, K. Christensen, Art, Mrs.
Thomas, K. Simoneau, Proofreoder, M. Olson, Proof-
reader, L. Hauberg, Art.
The staff of the Jr. Jotter, under the direction of
Mrs. Thomas and Mr. Eggar, has been very active this
year. Since last September the editors and writers
have put many hours of their time into printing the
four issues of the paper.
The first issue covered mainly fall events, the
second covered Christmas, the third included Valen-
tines day and Washington's birthday, and the fourth
was a one page leaflet including a few "before va-
All of the papers received compliments and
some helpful suggestions for improving the ".lr.
The staff hopes that these suggestions and a
more experienced staff can be used to print an even
better paper next year at the new junior high.
B. White, N. Smith, G. Borells, E. Bublitz, K. Rolli, K. Boomer,
Walker, K. Klem.
V. Johnson, Sally Henderson, K. Schacht, S. Vizanko, C
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The projection club members study new methods
ot projection and sound work. Two members of the
club were taught the use of the inter-com and they
now give you sound for assemblies. The last half of
the year the club has taken up some new projects.
The purpose of the club is to promote the use of
modern mechanical aids in the classroom.
The advisor is Dr. Roy Meyers.
'lst row - K. Schccht, K. Meyers, L. Swanson.
2nd row - S. Henderson, J. Gulke, K. Kaiser.
3rd row - G. Hennes, J. Webber, Miss Swan-
son, advisorf P. O'Neil.
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Projection Club with advisor Dr. Meyers.
A Modern Dance Club was formed this year,
under the direction of Miss Swanson. By working to-
gether on modern dance techniques and composi-
tions, the girls learn poise and coordination. lt helps
to further develop an interest in modern dancing.
They have presented c dance review for the
women faculty members and three dance composi-
tions for the P.T.A. This spring, to complete a success-
ful year of enjoyment and learning, they had an
XA "End-of-year" picnic.
The Language Club is made up of students from
the French, Spanish and Latin classes who wish to
learn more about the life and culture in foreign
countries. Interested students who are not taking a
language are also welcome.
During the i957-58 the meetings were held on
the first Thursday of the month. Speakers, films and
1 slides were enjoyed by the members. Mrs. Palmer was
in charge of the group.
Sitting - M. Dorman, B. Morton, L. Netterlund, P. Salt, J. Melvig, S. ldoux, C. Herman, R. Jensen,
J. Saar. Standing - C. Hudoba, C. Hinmon, L. Hamilton, L. Reimer, K. Stonina, J. Webber, D.
Erickson, J. Kaeli, S. Germann, C. Scherfemberg, Mrs. Newton, J. Vorpahl.
lst raw - N. Germann, M. Sweeza, D. Barnick,
J. Larsen. 2nd row - J. Lanes, M. Schmidt, J.
Olson, M. Rieck.
Mrs. Palmer, advisor, J. Kerr, K. Johnson, F. Menes, J. Hiner, A, Williams, S. Hanson,
The purpose ot the Science Club is to promote
an interest in the field of science and to give students
an additional opportunity to advance their knowl-
edge of scientific facts and theories.
The Science Club was divided into groups ac-
cording to their particular interests. Work and ex-
periments were done in the fields of Biology,
Electronics, Radio, Chemistry and Geology.
The Science Club is under the direction of the
Demonstration of an invention ofa Science Club member.
Science Club, Mr. Heyer representing the Science Instructors.
Most of the meetings of the Stamp Club are
spent ordering or trading stamps and comparing col-
lections. Several ot the members have ioined the
United Nations Stamp Club and have received United
Nations stamps and pages tor their albums.
The Stamp Club is under the supervision of Mrs.
Achenbach. Presiding over the Stamp Club is Maurice
Johnson. Sarah Kilmer, Vice President, and Elaine
Baker, Secretary treasurer, assisted the president.
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Stunning costumes symbolize the feature section.
During the tense moments ofthe homecoming corona-
tion we looked wide'eyed at the beautiful formals of
the queen candidates.
Valentines Day brought another coronation and
more spectacular dresses.
On prom night the gym glistened with each girl
in her formal and each boy in his white dinner iacket
The white wedding dress worn by Marilee Dor-
man in THE WILLOW AND I will always be
Dresses and heels for girls and suits for boys
seemed very appropriate for the iunior-senior and
Flag twirlers, majorettes and cheerleaders, with
thier green and white outfits, added color and pa-
triotism to Mounds View.
"Autumn Leaves" Hlled the air as excitement
mounted in the auditorium on Coronation Night. To
the melody of "Pomp and Circumstancen Mr. Foot-
ball and queen candidates walked up the aisle to the
long awaited stage. Chosen as Mr. Football was Fred
McSherry. Anxiety rose as Fred paced back and
forth in front of the queen candidates. Then the mo-
ment arrived. Fred stopped in front of our new Home-
coming queen, Kathie Mickschl.
The following day the Mustangs defeated the
Anoka Tornadoes in the most thrilling game of the
season. A dance climaxed the evening.
A 5l"l"'Y l'0Pl'7Y is C'WGfded bl' Queen Kelllle lo Francie Memes, "Congratulations coach. Ir was an utterly delightful game!"
represeming Ihe AFS. flOGf- Mr, Brainard, Coach Bob Nelson cmd Mr, Beebe, Star and
Queen Kathie and King Fred
Alumni Tea after a victorious Homecoming game.
At The Hop"
Dancing to the music of the Rollettes
Berry cmd Francis Gnos
Clowns, concessions, and food galore! These all
bring back memories of fun-filled events during our
annual carnival, sponsored by A.F.S.
It you were looking for a friend without success,
chances are he was locked up in the Jail. With the
rifle range, miniature golf, fortune-telling, and var-
ious other booths, much fun and entertainment was
provided for young and old throughout the evening.
Carolyn Bak and Marie Wester starring
as Tassel and Hay Seed Cornpucker with
' their rend tion of Out Behind the Barn."
Sleeve Mellon Show, starring soloist, Linda Bellach, Dawn Alberg at the piano, with cameramen, Dennis
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Mr, Karjalahti joining in the fun at the carnival.
During the year, the Drama Club, under the
direction ot Mr. Scribner, presented three plays. The
tirst one was the fairy tale "Snow White" starring
Betty Gerlitz. One performance was given at Mounds
View and the cast also toured all grade schools in
our area with the play.
Chosen as the one-act play for the district con-
test was "The Marriage Proposal," a Russian comedy.
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Judy Biorlce, Chuck Gribble, and Ellis Ohnstad in
"A Marriage Proposal."
The cast was made up ot three members, Judy Biorke,
Ellis Ohnstad, and Chuck Gribble. Their production
received an "Excellent" rating.
"The Willow and l" was the annual spring play
presented by the Drama Club this year. The play was
double casted and gave two evening performances.
A scene from "Snow White."
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"The Willow and l" starring Marilee Dorman, Chuck Gribble
King Tom and Queen Karleen.
Ruling with regal splendor amidst cupids, hearts and red
streamers at the 1958 Sweetheart Swing were King and
Queen of Hearts Tom Wohlberg and Karleen Edstedt.
Attending their royal maiesties were Prince Peter
Schweppe, Princess Linda Hillstrom, Page Paul Rybak, and
Lady-in-waiting Carolyn Caswell.
Other candidates for royalty were Seniors: Ron Sweeley,
Jerry Berquist, Mary Lou Marren and Marge Hill. Juniors were
Jerry Ashbach, Tony Swanson, Peg Eisenman and Judy Nel-
son. Nominated by the Sophomore Class were George Leier,
Dave McElroy, Donna Poshek and Pat Thompson.
Reigning over the Junior-High Valentine Activities were
King Jim Fisher, Queen Judy Newell, Prince Jim Kunzmanf
Princess Carol Stark, Page Bob Ramsey, and Lady-in-waiting
Valentine Royalty and Candidates.
Prince Peter Schweppe and Princess Linda Hillstrom. Page Paul Rybuk and Lady-in-waiting Carolyn Caswell
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Senior High Sweetheart Swing.
Junior High King and Queen, Jim and Judy.
Junior High Valentine Royalty: King Jim Fisher, Queen Judy Newell, Prince Jim
Kunzman, Princess Carol Stark, Page Bob Ramsey, Lady-in-waiting Joan Laumeyer.
Junior High Valentine Dance.
St. Paul Park Choir
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Great Lakes Navy Band
Siobiarn, a pianist, Mr. K. A. MacKenzie, a sci-
entist presenting "Liquid Air", the St. Paul Park Choirg
the Nobles', a gymnastic team, and the Great Lakes
Navy Band were among the assemblies offering both
entertainment and education during the year.
Assemblies featuring Mounds View students were
the Rollettes, a iazz band of senior high boys, the
senior choir and band, and John Christenson present-
ing his "I Speak For Democracy" speech.
The American Field Service gave a panel dis-
cussion comparing the American school system with
schools in foreign countries. Panel members were
Francie Menes of France, Zaky Saleh ot Indonesia,
Nurgez Khambatta of Pakistan and Halo Hermeking
of Germany. Leading the discussion was Mary Lou
The Nobles and Dennis Hoppe giving an exhibition
on the trapeze.
A.F.S. Assembly. Zaky Saieh, Nurgez Khambotfo, Mary Lou Marren, Halo Hermeking, and
Siobiarn the pianist. Mr. MacKenzie and Jim Gardner showing o demonstration
with liquid air.
Busy Juniors transforming the gymnasium into the "Oriental
Wanda Larson and Juliann Larson Hxing the "Buddha,"
The prom nearing completion with the help of Sue
Sathre and Dan Hassel,
The process of decoration goes on
Crossing the curved white bridge over the rip-
pling stream of blue, we entered the "Oriental
Gardens." In the distance was a lighted mural of
Mount Fuii, surrounded with blossoming cherry trees.
To our right, sitting on a pedestal in all his splendor
was Buddha, where we stopped to give a silent
prayer. Girls in swirling skirts of net and nylon with
their escorts in suits and crisp white iackets, danced
to the music of Don Moe's band. During intermission
we stopped at the enchanting tea house where re-
freshments were served by coolies.
As the music faded in the background, we left
the gardens. The end ot an evening ot paradise.
The Grand March. Intermission cf the Chinese Teohouse.
Don Moe's bond.
Pausing for cm picture on the bridge.
The National Honor Society members. .,.
Francoise Menes and Zaky Saleh receive their Ellis Ohnstad receives his Hamline University
Senior Merit Awards. Scholarship.
Juniors and Seniors enjoying the banquet.
Mounds View's annual Junior-Senior Banquet
was held in the school cafeteria on May 14, 1958.
Table prayer was said by Reverend Blue from the
Community Church in New Brighton.
Speakers were Junior and Senior class presi-
dents, Mike Bauerschmidt and John McClung.
After the banquet, an Awards Assembly followed
in the theater where scholarships, merit awards, and
outstanding senior awards were presented to students
of the Senior Class.
Yeah! Rah! Rah! Team! These were familiar
shouts heard many times at the football and basket-
ball games during the season. Cheering the teams
on to victory were the six peppy, ever-loyal "A"
squad cheerleaders: Captain Mary Lou Marren,
Esther Prechtel, Peg Eisenman, Joyce Clasen, Janet
Clasen, and Sandy Hong. With their mascot, Melvin
Mustang, they added to the spirit and enthusiasm of
everyone at Mounds View.
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School spirit surged to a new high at Mounds
View this year. From the first football game in the
fall through the last tennis match in the spring, Mus-
tangs ran, kicked, shot, dribbled, putted and
jumped with new found enthusiasm.
Everytime they played they realized the benefits
of participating in competition. While they were striv-
ing to do their best in winning the game, the specta-
tors were giving their lungs full scale practice. The
sportsmen of Mounds View were cheered when they
won and sympathized with when they lost.
Players, coaches and fans were involved in the
excitement of the athletic program. The colorful year
was jammed with many thrilling nights - some happy,
and some sad, but all fun!
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Mounds View's defeat over West St. Paul.
Mr. Nelson and Mr. Anderson, couches.
For the first time since entering the Suburban
Conference, the Mustangs brought home the Subur-
ban Championship. The champs had an overall
record of seven wins and one loss.
One of the most exciting games of the season
was our Homecoming game against Anoka. The
Mustangs tasted victory 7-6.
A perfect record was scored by the Stillwater
game, 34-33. Still in the lead, the Mustangs went
on to beat Hastings.
The Columbia Heights game was the deciding
factor in whether we would receive the Suburban
Championship. When the victory came, 40-7, it was
Six men placed on the all-conference team.
They were Fred McSherry, Bruce Perry, Lenny Kloncz,
Ron Sweeley, Gary Montain, and LeRoy Goldeman.
'Ist row - L. Kloncz, R. Gnetz, J. Christenson, F. McSherry, B. Perry, L
Goldeman, J. Winiecki, J, McClug. 2nd row - J. Ewing, K. Hott, M
Torgeson, J. Soucheray, R. Sweeley, T. Bratz, D. Doherty, D. Banbery
3rd row - Mr. Christensen, J. Winiecki, T, Swanson, A. Herman, F. Kunz-
man, J. Ashback, R. Achterkirch, P. Schweppe, G, Montain, Mr. Ander-
son. 4th row - Mr. Raiacich, D. Annand, J. McNaughton, J. O'Hogen
B. Gribble, B. Clute, D. Wolfe, C. Simoneau, Mr. Nelson. 5th row - D.
Smith C. Jamison.
John Soucheray Ken Hoff Mike Torgeson
Fred McSherry, co-captain
Ron Sweeley John Christensen
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West St. Paul
North St. Paul ..
Anoka . . .
Columbia Heights .
John Winiecki tackles his opponent.
Lenny Kloncz Roy Gnetz
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LeRoy Goldemcn John McClung
John Winiecki Don Bonbery
Ian I Fred Kunzman makes the touchdown.
Bruce Perry, co-co pfoi n.
'lst row - D. Domcke, M. Daly, R. Rediske, L. Terzich, K.
Widmer, R. Lane, D. Hassel, R. Erickson. 2nd row - W.
Philbrook, R. Young, R. Berg, J. Skildum, W. Neumanville,
R. Rollie, R. Mandt. 3rd row - Mr. Raiacich, G. Goldeman,
J. Olson, T. Fetch, D. Erciskon, D. Moulds, R. Boyum, E.
Hustad, Mr. Christenson. 4th row - H. Abbott, R. Gilbert-
son, T, Edstedt, D. Wagner, R. Van Cleave, D. Tronstad.
5th row - S. Harvey, R. Tucker.
Coaches Mr. Christenson and Mr. McManus.
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'lst row M G. Draeger, G. Brink, E. Koppy, T. Swaim, D. Salo, D. Erickson,
B. Johnson, P. Schweppe, T. Sathre, M. Miller, J. Sterner. 2nd row -- D.
Wells, R. Peterson, D. Conditl, J. Kunzman, A. Schusted, G. Olchefski, A.
Gebhard, R. Koppy. 3rd row -A R. Reeves, R. Van Sickle, A. Kimbrel, P.
Wicklund, T. Kersten, P. Johnson, G. Voltin, L. Reeves, G. Anderson. 4th
row - Mr. Westlund, Mr. Bauer, J, Johnson, C, Sobatke, Mr. Ray, Mr.
Many hours of hard work were put in by the
"B" football and treshman squads this year, hoping
that soon they would work their way up to the varsity.
These boys practiced every night after school just as
the varsity did. They also had some scheduled games
against the squads of the Suburban Conference.
Their record for this season was one win and tour
The coaches were Mr. Christenson and
A lump during the inter-squad basketball game.
Spring Lake Park
Red Wing ..........
St. Paul Murray .
North St. Paul ......
South St. Paul ..
White Bear ....
West St. Paul
North St. Paul ..
South St. Paul ..
Fred Kunzman tips the ball in, to add two points
to Mounds View's score.
Rudy Cardenas John Ewing
Tense final seconds, bringing victory or defeat.
A pause, a swish, and then a flicker on the score-
Endless afternoons of exhausting practice, the
sharp trill of a whistle, iitters in the first game, and
the harsh blast of a buzzer are the memories of our
Although the Mustangs did not have a very suc-
cessful season record-wise, the boys feel that much
was gained by the players' besides a victory of
points. The Mustangs placed seventh in the confer-
ence with five wins and twelve losses.
One of the most exciting games of the season
was our defeat over Alexander Ramsey. The score,
The defeat in the district play-offs ended the
high school basketball career for seven seniors: Ray
Gnetz, Fred McSherry, Dick Peterson, .John Ewing,
Rudy Cardenas, Jon Swanson, and Ron Sweeley.
ls? row - R. Cordenus, J. Ewing, R. Achierkirch, D. Peterson, F.
McSherry, D. Anncmd. 2nd row - B. Gribbie, G, Moniuin, F. Kunz-
mon, R. Sweeley, C. Simoneou, J. Swanson, R. Gneiz, R. Rediske,
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Bill Gribble scores against Ramsey. A toss between Mounds Vww and urmy
Ron Sweeley struggles for the ball. Mr. Raicicich, coach. A basket for Mounds View against Murray.
'lxt row - C. Jameson, D. Domcke, R. Boyum, R. Gilbertson, D. McNeill. 2nd row - B. Frits,
S. Hurvery, T. Edstedt, D. Erickson, J. Copenhaver, D, McElroy, M. Daly, R. Eicker.
Spring Lake Park
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ton. 2nd row - J. McNoughton, J. Gardner, M. Miller, B. Fyler, D. Peterson, T. Swanson, W. Bauer.
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South St. Paul ..
North St. Poul .
Ankoa . . .
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Lenny Kloncz pulls a switch against White Bear
"Play offs, here we come!" This was the yell of
the spirited "Icemen" before every game. Three
periods of hard skating and shooting, each game,
resulted in a better-than-last season record of
thirteen wins and six losses.
Interest in hockey reached a new high at
Mounds View and in the Suburban Conference in
Twenty-five boys showed initial interest in
hockey and the same number of boys finished the
season. The team was able to place second in the
Suburban Conference showing a successful season.
The squad is looking forward next year to an
equally successful season with returning Dave Rup
ple Jerry Ashbach and Terry Carpenter Gradua
ting members of the team are Dan Banbery Dennis
Norbeck Tom Wohlberg John Koppy John
McClung Bruce Perry and John Christenson
The team giving each other confidence before
the regional game against White Bear
lst row D Norton D Banbery J Extrand D Norbeck, D. Rupple, J. Ashbach, T. Wohlberg, T.
Carpenter 2nd row Mr Wegleltner R Erickson J Koppy, D. Van Cleave, J. McClung, K. Shunk,
A battle for the puck and the needed point
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St. Cloud . . .
South St. Paul
North St, Paul
St, Paul Park
White Bear .
West St. Paul
West St. Paul
White Bear .
Mr. Nyhus and Mr. Wegleitner, coaches, Mounds View and White Bear in ci face ol? ct the regionols.
'lst row - J, Hill, D. Extrond, G, Norton, D. Brunette, T, Hermes. 2nd row - G. McCreody
C. McGraw, R. Koppy, R. Deniars. 3rd row -- Mr. Nyhus, J. Gustaluson, G. Boryzlna, T. Saihre
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leter. 2nd row - R. Gilbertson, T, Hall, R. Gnetz, D. Erickson, B. Grlbble, J. Winlecki, D. Barnbery,
T. Bratz, Mr. Geske.
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Gary Stuart anxiously awaiting the pitch.
Flashing spikes in a cloud of dust. . .the crack
of a bat...rhythmic movements of the pitcher...
three and two, full count.
Big things were expected of this year's Mustangs
baseball team. As the i957 team won the Suburban
Championship, so tried the T958 team, and their ex-
hausted eFlorts were not in vain when they won the
game with South St. Paul.
The l958 diamondmen of Mounds View tried
very successfully to uphold the championship with
six of the regular players not returning to practice.
Four Mustangs blasted opposing pitchers. They were
Dan Bambery, Fred McSherry, Ray Gnetz, and Dan
McNeill. Last year's record was seven wins and four
losses compared with this year's record ot twelve
wins and five losses.
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St. Paul Washington
West St. Paul .....
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Anoka . . .
Columbia Heights .
South St. Paul
South St. Paul
D. McNeill shows championship pitching form.
McSherry goes in for c standing double.
Fred McSherry in for that needed run.
Mounds View's pitchers: Ray Gnetz, D. McNeill, Fred
McSherry, and Dan Bambery.
1st row - H. Abbott, J. Christenson, J. Ashboch, F. Bruce, T
Edstedt, R. Achterkirch, G, Goldeman, C. Aldeman, G. Amund
son, D, Damke, B. Clute, R. Berg. 2nd row - R. Tucier, T. Arne
son, G. Mountain, J. McClung, M. Graft, K. Hott, D. McElroy
D. Annand, A. Hirmon, J, Copenhaver, J. Swanson, L. Golde
man, Mr. T. Christenson. 3rd row - T. Swaoson, G. Fickett
F. Kunzman, C. Simoneau
Muscles tensed, a gun sounded, Many men
leaped into action and sped down the black cinder
track. . .
Track this year included such events as the 100
yard dash, 220, 440, 880, and the mile. The field
events were the pole vault, broad iump, high jump,
shot put, and the discus.
Although, when the first meeting was called,
early in the spring, the turn out was small, but later
it grew until thirty boys were practicing. The boys
derived much beneht from practicing at the Univer-
sity ot Minnesota tieldhouse, because they worked
with other boys from other schools and learned ot
other's techniaue's and mistakes.
Mounds View placed sixth in the conference,
fourth in relays, and sixth in District 14, making a
very successful season.
Gordy Goldeman going over!
Mr. Wendorf, C. Aldemon, G. Amunclson, D. McElroy, J. Swanson.
Mounds View. . .
Mounds View.. .
Mounds View. . .
42172 Columbia Heights 21
Anoka ........ 83 172
57 Forest Lake .... 57
35 Ramsey 51
White Bear .... 62
76 Farmington .... 79
Lakeville .. ... 13
62 174 Hastings ...... 50 174
Stillwater ...... 35 172
519710 North St. Paul .. 25175
West St. Paul ., 51
South St. Paul .. 23 9710
the many sports that Mounds View
in, one of the newest one's to be
ottered is, Cross-country. Coached by Mr. Wendorf,
practice 'first began last tall. Cross-country consists
of duel and triangular meets. This year's team, com-
posed ot tour members, gave tough competition to
1st row - D. Miller, J. Skildum, S. Saleh, L. Tersich, D. Boyum,
B. Ekier, Mr. Nyhus. 2nd row - P. Schweppe, S. Harvey, J. Eck-
strand, R. Sweeley, D. Wolf, D. Moulds, C. Scherfenberg.
FORE! That was the yell of fourteen men as
they came out for their first practice. The six re-
turning lettermen were: J. Gardner, J. Soucheray,
D. Norbeck, D. Tronstad, G. Henderson, and J.
McNaughton. Newcomers to the team are: E.
Bolander, J. Catan, and B. Fyler. Coached by Mr.
Nelson, they worked out at the North Oaks golf
course and all the home games were played there.
A sphere sizzling through the air. . .the smack
of a racket. . .
The l958 varsity tennis team, coached by Mr.
Nyhus, placed toward the middle of the conference.
When the netmen reported for court practice
last spring, there were eight returning lettermen.
With intense practice and many hours spent on the
hard court, the team played in touch competition
and came out with a record ot three wins and four
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'lst row - E. Bolander, D. Tronstod, D. Norbeck, E. Ohnstad, J. Gardner, J. Baumhofer. 2nd row -- R. Eiiilc.
son, G. Henderson, J. Soucheray, B. Fyler, J. Caton, D. Peterson, Mr. Nelson.
'daurudaq Swan" Wind Ameda
For outstanding contributions to the school.
Mary Lou Marren
Hamm! Wann Sawy-
For high scholarship and citizenship.
Mary Jean Faucett
Richard E. Peterson
Zadl and Soul! Amma-
For excellence in iournalism.
Mary Lou Marren
Seadoo 7fl0u't ,4waful4-
For excellence in school citizenship, leadership
and service to the school.
Otto Bremmer Scholarship ...... Amy Williams
Hamline University Scholarship Ellis Ohnstad
First State Bank of New Brighton
District 95621 P.T.A. Teachers Education
Scholarship ................ Karen Kuszler
Augsburg College Scholarship . John Christensen
Zeadae Deyuz finglall ,4a.-ada
Amy Williams ............ 2 year subscription
Connie Bubar .. l year subscription
Ellis Ohnstad ............. Book Subscription
"Certificate of Honor" and check for 525.00 to
John McClung, president of the senior class, for
scholarship, leadership and service.
local Quint ffwmd-
To Ellis Ohnstad for highest local test score on
To Steven March for excellent score on National
Merit Scholarship Test.
Art Editor .. ..
Copy Editor ....
Picture Editor ....
Assistant ......... . . .
. . . . Richard Koskinen
. . . . Daniel Hassel
. . . Deanna Moga
... . .. Sue Sathre
Business Manager . . .
Assistant ..... .
. . . . . Mary Lou Marren
. . . . Diane Richert
Layout Editor .......... Robert Koskinen
. . . Marie Wester
Science Scholarship ....... John Christensen
District 3621 P.T.A. Teachers Education
Scholarship ............... Karleen Edstedt
Feature Editors .............. Henrietta Skiba
Assistant . . .
Activities Editor . . .
Advertising ........ .
Assistants ..... . . .
and Shirley O'Neil
. . . . Peter Larsen
. . . . Sara Hanson
.. Robert Rydeen
.. Steven March
. . . Dahl Metters
. . . Diane Holmen
. . . Esther Prechtel
Assistant .... Juliann Larson
Senior Editor .... Sharon Flink
Assistant .... .. Donna Chumley
Class Editors ..
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and Barbara Haahr
.. Dawn McColley
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