Mountain Lake High School - Laker Yearbook (Mountain Lake, MN)

 - Class of 1957

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-k H Q '-so AV"-L Z -1452 "'-'E wr , oumfavm aka H' 'N Choo' moumraam C1446 3 lfXfXCSO+.Q- THLETI ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS SENIORS Page 45 CONTENTS :H-'---'-1 cmsses fr ORGANIZATIONS CLASSES ADMINISTRATION Page 55 I 47 PRINCESS .L .matte Srmtl M., HOMECOMI G RGYALTY QUEEN PART Y OMORE ATTENDANT ROS AL SOPH Lmda W11l.1rd ,sn Q PRINCESS I l Jeanne Karschmk is JUNIOR ATTENDANT Bonruc Knudsen 1 3? 4' 0 . , g L 1 Q . Mg Zi? 1, Q ,. , - , xx Q ' Q ' XXQR f , ' ii Ingegard Sjoblom ' . ,l f Z ,ff vi' G fb 1 A , X 4 ' bophomords beauuful float and gl 'G' Wo. Jimk' 'nfs 'N BMJ?" by 3-LV? n I ll kv :wh IQ 'E KY Swed1sh Queen and Amerxcan PIIDCCSSCS' Jumor's Heart ot Our Hearts What IS It Don't lut lum too hard' n 1n a Ra1der Lettn.rmCn'S COOL ONE f 1 1 Q, iw The beautiful girls on the beautiful throne! 5 5 So that's what they do' ' L Whal's fuumy QUEEN INGEGARD? 55 .... N19 A . . A ROW 1 G W1egold,M Wxebe R Bonkoskr, R Harder, J I-I11derbrandt,L Enns, N Amstutz, Nhss E Ivanoff Drrector ROW2 K Schultz, C Terchroew, K Dzck, B Knudsen, M Drck, L Balzer M Bar gen, C Nrckel Student Drrector ROW 3 A Toews, L Fast, H Grothaus M Stcmhauser, Nrckel E Frresen V Junker JUNIOR CLASS PLAY , J November 8 84 9 LINE OF SCRIMMAGE Madge Marllyn Wrebe Mr Morrrson Robert Bonkoskr Harrlson Keefer Rodney Nrckel Harry Donaldson Henry Grothaus Mrs Warner Kathy Drck Mrs Burms Mary Sternhauser Mlss Gamm Nancy Amstutz Perry W mman Ronald Harder Stanley Grappleneuskey Vernon Junker Ken Kenneth Schultz Ruby Drnway Bonme Knudsen Clyde Fams Eugene Frresen Matt Mervm Drck M1ll1e Lola Blazer Judy G311W16g01d June Marrette Bargen M1ss Hooker Charlotte Telchroew Mrss Johnson Jean Hrldebrandt Mrss Harlowe Angela Toews Mlss Jones Lors Enns S " prece of a srple " 6 I A 1 I X ' ,' 9 I ., ' ,. t' ' . .2 . .l .' , .. ' I R., '. , . , . . ffkfigc "lt's true . . . the whole romantic thing is true." Coach H31'S1eY - - - - . - - . LHVCIHC Fast ,W l 'V F :gtg A, ' ' . ..... .... . . ' ' K My . N. . . . ..... . . . . . I -, I Y ..... ...... ..... . A ' ' . Pnc 1113 Processlon Posmg?? Gettmg ready for Style Show?? -mvgq, ' ww gr RS 'Xl 4 J N 'Anti 'I .0 ,----..-. 4 fwfr lwixm The G ettysburg Address Shop ' Offer Unto God. . . GYUI 5h0W 7 Frlend Mother Da ughter W 1fe Husband G angster G H1 ONE ACT PLAY BA LCONY SC EN E hal Quentm Neufeld Mauette Bargen Bonme Knudsen Gmger Bernhardt Marvm Klaassen Roger Goertzen Wanda B1eberdorf DEBATE FORENSICS ' M Dlck, E Fnesen, Mr Tenney, L Fnesen, N. Amstutz ROW 1 W Bleberdorf, K Foss,G Bernhardt,G Wel gold ROW2 I SJob1om,N Loewen,C Te1chroew,A NlCk91, P Clare ROW 3 M D1ck,D Olson,L Fnesen, E Frlesen, Q Neufeld, K Qulrlng NOT PICTURED D Ewert W, A 1 'V X' 1 A . A X -W 1 A r""" , A W gi 'W A s f: W X 3 Man ..... ........ . . ....... Mervin Dick Y ' I , E f , E, ed A X f A ' 5 'Q 1 xx A , U f , 7 - Q F' 6 3 if ,Q xx N 13? Sammi -ifa-, fx A viii .juliiidl Sklp Day Observatlon Ingegard, how are the plctures? Can't you see through them, Ingegard? The favonte past tlme on trlps HEARTSU 'l"-lla-nqv, Is that what It looks 11ke?' Lets thmk lt through well' fata- The KISSING ROCK at Nlagara Cave 5 ih 'Q Q4 H01 The food was good, wasn't 1t???? Look good? 10 .. f f I ' L.: 'h ,i. , I U J' 1 ' V ' A '- ., w wh 9 ' .AX- 'r g I 1 2 i hhhw ,Ls h 4s1 2 , px - M , A 1 -H In Nc. "' JU IOR SENIOR BANQLIET held May '7 1957 A huge rambow arched over the back entrance and a fountarn wtth contrnual water sprayrng was rn the center Grrls and boys gayly dressed ln ra mbow colors served as warters and waltresses The usual program was glven wrth musrc furnrshed by records and by the H S boys quartet ff wi .Q ,,,f" Vg 4, f f ,fig L 5 p I ' lb ' Il -WI we M 5 P The FFA FHA Party Jmt 1-elaxmgl g ug WWQQB' Those Lettermen 'I' ' The healthy farm boys eat hearty' Mt. Lake and Detromt Lakes Cholrs Ali? Swede ll FHA In1t1at10n if -4. Typ1ca1?? Notes, laughter and a1l?? Don't let her get away, Edd1e' ' Rev Nultxmexer Baccalaureate Speaker BACCALAUREATE The Baccalaureate Servrce for the class of 1957 was he ld Sunday, May 26 m the hlgh school audrtonum The processlonal and recessronal were played by Kathleen Drck and Eleanor Hlebert Rev Wlllard Wlebe gave the rnvocatlon and benedrctxon The hlgh school chou sang "Built On A Rock", "Hod1e Chnstus us Est", 'Breath of God', and 'Psalm 50' The Baccalaureate address was grven by Rev D L Nultr mexer It was entrtled "God's Formula for Success It was an evenmg that w11l always be remembered by the semors 'Fxrst Drploma of ' 7 gf Dr Chnstxansen Commence ment Speaker COMMENCEME T At the Commencement Exercxses on May 30, 1957 the Semors marched to the strams of "Pomp and C1r cumstance" Rev A1v1nC Currxergave the 1!1VOC3.tl0Il and benedrctron Dr J O Chnstransen, mstructor at the Umversrty of Mmnesota, gave the Commencement Address, Our Part In These Trmes' He related how the Amencan Youth plays the part ln the youth of the world Speclal muslc was glven by the Clannet Qumtet and the hlgh school choxr, who sang "Our Father", "Lost In the N1ght" "Advent Motet", and Beautiful Savlor' Mr Haugejorde presented t e class to Mr H J Pankratz, who presentedthe chplomas ' n fn., ' I . Y 6 Ax A 0 f 1 . S' 5 4 1 Z 2 '-' A 1 N ,fa , 1 ' Y na 'Q x 7 'lk .. - z Z A sv! ' X T Q i . if ,V ,, i K xX'f -' xx : 1 ' I Q , , 1 I ' 4 . 4 , T l , 1 I al I ' ' 5 ll 2 Q . v. s Q I Nat I 9 I I- - - I 1 ' I . . I Q s ' . " ' ' ' '. . ' ' h 3 NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Lorna Jansen Calvm Wolf Arvalda Nlckel Lonn Epp Quentln Neufeld VALEDICTORIAN SALUTATORIAN Lorna Jansen Calvm WoLf HONOR STUDENTS Lorna Jansen Calvm Wolf Ingegard Sjoblom Arvalda Nlckel Lorm Epp uentm Neufeld Betty Ruth Ewert Peter Klassen Kathleen Foss iifw 'XX 5. -lull FFA STAR FARMER OUTSTANDING STUDENTS OUTSTANDING MUSICIAN Noel Rahn Noel Rahn I-01113 Ja-men BETTY CROCKER Arvalda Nxckel QUTSTANDING AR1 IST Betty Ruth Ewert Patti Buck ii - i OUTSTANDING SCIENTIST OUTSTANDING DBKATER OUTSTANDING ATHLETE AND MATHEMATICIAN Mervm Dxck Noel Rahn Calvm Wolf OUTSTANDING DRAMATICS Arvalda Nickel Quentln Neufeld 5 E40- 1 24 5 s.v3f"" ROW 1 L Epp J Schultz, I Hotzler, L Jansen, M Lehman, N Rahn ROW 2 C Nickel, L Balzer, K Dick J Karschmk, F Harder P Clare, M Wiebe P Buck ROW 3 K Schultz, N Regier G Harder, E Frxesen, L Frlesen, K Qulrmg C Wolf M Dick NOT PICTURQED E McDonald I Sjoblorn LAKER TAFF Ed1tor Awalda Nickel Ass t Editors Wanda Bleberdorf . Dale Olson Business Staff. . John Schultz Carol Nickel Fay Harder Pat Buck Photography Staff Lorin Epp Calvin Wolf Rodney Nickel Kenneth Schultz rt Edna McDonald PM WA 4 Music . Loma Jansen Pat Clare Eugene Friesen Norman Regier Seniors . Ilene Hotzler Jeanne Karschnik Marilyn Wiebe Kathy Dick Athletics Noel Rahn Kenneth Quiring LeRoy Friesen Gordan Harder Organizations Mary Lou Lehman Ingegard Sjoblom Lola Balzer Mervin Dick Advisors Mr Munson Miss Ketler Mr Highberg 16 gn' 1 ROW 1 G N0rdby,I Hotzler, I.. Qurrmg F Harder, P W111aby, A Karschmk ROW 2 A N1cke1, M Wxebe N Loewen, L. Enns, E Karschmk J Karschmk, J Hxldebrandt E Oeltjenbruns, K Foss ROW 3 E College V Jun ker Q Neufeld, J Engeman, R BOD.kOSk1 J Fnesen SPIRIT STAFF Edrtors Janrce Enns Kay Munson Co Edxtors Nancy Amstutz News Lo1s Qlllflflg LOIS Enns Fay Harder Jean Hlldebrandt Jeanne Karschnlk Features Arlene Karschnrk Phy111s Wlllaby Lorna Jansen Busmess Ilene Hotzler Manlyn Wrebe D1str1but1on G1or1a Nordby Betty Jane Ewert Amsts Norma Loewen Ela1ne Karschmk Sports Robert Bonkoslu Eddre College Vemon Junker John Frlesen Announcers Quentm Neufeld Lorna Jansen Jerry Engeman Kathleen Foss Arvalda Nrckel lf . , ,a L . t M IA . A , 6 I , N' 4. I V W ,. 2 . . U " Z . . . ' .. I- 3 - - v ' . , . . .l , 0 Q - - - 9 ' , . . . , . . l asa no ' K' C Mariette Bargen A ' --queennuunnanunnoavuaaaooo D .I , . l ' . ' . 0-uanoanepaaooo-cannon ., I ' I 4 . I lllllllllill an -'cannon'noauusooounsaona D, . I ' . aanqnnann-ounuoeunuuo . , l 1 1 Y STUDENT COUNCIL STUDENT COUNCIL Row 1 L Bauer, sec , J P? Engernan, Pres, E Fr1esen, VICE Pres ROW2 Mr Munson, Advlsor, I Sjoblom, Harder, M Dlck, D Scholl, Wagner ROW3 K DICK, Wlebe, M Goertzen ROW 4 K Munson, A Nlckel, R. rckel J Schultz W Besel S Hermtz 16? 333' 1. LIBRARY Iv 99,57 LIBRARY CLUB Sec Treas , M Lehman, Pres, M Goertzen, S C Rep, M Duerksen M Reg1er ROW 2 N Regehr E Sawasky, F Harder E Warkentxn, J French C Johnson, B College E Mueller, E Oeltjenbrrms ROW 3 A Harms, R Sawasky, A Karschmk K Hotz1er,C Coertzen, M Fr1esen French, J H11debrandt,K Munson, J Hansen,I Hotzler, L Enns ROW 4 M1ssIvanoff,Adv1sor, J Klaassen J Johnson, G Schwerger, D Peters J Stoesz, G Nordby, L Quxrxng, M Bargen GOPHER HISTORIANS GOPHER HISTORIANS ROW 1 I Hotzler, Sec , Wlebe, Pres , N Loewen V1ce Pres ROW2 I Sjob lom, J Stoesz, Lrbrarlan, G Besel Po1nt Chr L Balzer Reporter ROW3 F Harder, F Harder, Mlss Kettler, Ad v1sor 18 CLUB . " 'U L' I ' 5 ' 1' " - A - I- 4 , , . I . : . ' , 3 V W!!! a F u L A ROW 1: M. Hiebert, J. Bonkoski, P. Clare, Vice-Pres.5 J Karschnik, 1' 4' 0 u' - . 1 u' - , U, . . Z. . ' . . 1 . . U . , . . . ,B. : . A .' M. -' Q L .I l' . .7 ' . , -' U . R, ng , ' -9 - , , Q . I , . . - N 7 2 'Z 2 P 41 FTA ROW 1 P Buck, Song Leader K D1ck,S C Rep A Nlckel V1ce pres , I I-Iotzler, Pres , K Warkentm, Sec , D Olson, Treas ROW 2 J Bon.kosk1,J Enns, N Loewen, Reporter, I Pexmer L1b M Wlebe, I-hst , N Am stutz, C Fnesen E H1ebert M I-Ilebert ROW3 M Regler A Hams R E1tzen B Fuller K I-Iotzler, J Swanson, C Goertzen, F Harder, L Pank ratz ROW 4 Ivhss F1Ck Ad vlsor A Toews M Bargen C Nrckel L Wrllard L Jansen L Qmrmg, K Munson, M Qu r 1n l- iq' PHOTO CLUB ROW 1: W. Besel, S. C. Rep., C. Wolf, Vice-pres., L. Epp, Pres., J. Schultz, Treas., A. Nickel, Sec. ROW 2: Mr. Eng- berg, Advisor, M. Singsaas, J. Enns, J. Brandt, R. Jungas. ROW 3: K Schultz, G Gustaf- son, B Munson, J Engeman, F Peters H Neufeld NOT PIC TURED I Sjoblom ALL X MQ' 19 G AVOC ROW 1 P Klassen, Sec Treas M Klaassen, Pres , K Buller V1ce pres ROW 2 Mr Svo boda Advlsor, R Dxck K Rupp J Penner ROW3 M Gerdes, R Wlens, K Schultz L Fast I S, , . . . if I , . . - 'Lp 4, 5 ,- : . ' . , " l " Xa 0 Q Q v i D U : . A , ' I . . . ., . , 2 , I I 0' I V I Q n I I ' P ' ., . ' .l . - Q . , . , . 77' V' ' . I ' Q 7 . , M A . 2 ' ' , - k 3 ' '. ' ' . , . , . , . ' ' . . i - . g. I - 3 1 TI' Tiff' I I I A-gl A I 5, T , I 5 V 4 1 : . .- . 47 ' ' i '. n 1 , ,' K k p D. - 2 0. u ' M A I ' , . I , o 1 I , . A., - 3. . . . . . Q . :KX ' fl e -WJ!! 1' , . r svwl: p ! .r-I, LETTERMEN S UB ROW 1 W Besel, Sec Treas , K u1r1ng V1ce pres N Ralm Pres ROW 2 R Harder, R Goertzen C Wolf J Schultz L Fnesen ROW 3 R Lohrenz, D Wlebe Hermtz, J Engeman, F Peters, G Harder ROW 4 L Epp M Wag ner, R Sneer, Mr Kllngsporn, Ad vrsor, B Munson, G Gustafson Wolf, Q Neufeld H Neufeld Wlebe, B Harder, D Wlllard 5 Ok Inn YFC ROW 1 M Bargen Treas , Wall Sec , M Klassen Pres , Lehman, Reporter ROW2 R Schultz, J Ma1m,J W61g0ld G Welgold C Frlesen, E Fast, B Baerg E Baerg,N Reghr, M Hle bert, E Warkentm ROW3 H Kuehn, N Amstutz, E Fuller, K D1Ck C Terchroew, L Baller W1eHS,C N1cke1 L Pankratz D Ratzloff, P Clare, M Lehman Klaassen,P Buhler ROW4 A Baerg R Heppner, H Warkent1n N Regler, L Fnesen, D Scholl R Nrckel, K Bu11er,A Harder,J Brandt NOT PICTURED M Dlck, V1ce pres "lZf" Ink gb--u sf' xv N v , 10' GAA ROW 1 MISS Bunge, Advrsor, J Rahn Treas , K Munson V1ce Pres , I Hotzler Pres , L Qumn Sec , K D1ck, Po1nt Chr ROW 2 J Smrth J Enns I Sjoblom, K Hotzler, L Enns J Swanson, C D1ck G Bese1,C D1ck,B Laux ROW 3 J Karschmk C Nlckel F Harder, L W11lard,J Hllde brandt S Harder,I Petexs,G Stelnle J Wlens, L Balzer , . l 1 L Ou ,. -4 Q-- , V - ., .l , . f J 3 4, .. 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A I ' - l - I , FFA ROW 1 D Nordby, L John son, B Smlth W Ewert,J BOI1.kOSk1, R Goertzen Buhler ROW 2 R Standt lander, H Bullet, J Gunter, G Dunker, G Dunker Frlesen, W Franz, D Ewert J Wregold R Johnson M Fnesen S Rempel, D Porth Green ROW4 R Jass, Lohmeyer, H Sulherm Foss, D Gerdes, J Weertz, Lohrenz, J Harder,L Porth Franz FHA ROW 1 G Wexgold, H1st , K D1Ck Song Leader, J Enns, V1ce pres J Hansen, Pres , J Smlth, Sec B Knudsen, Reporter, L Balzer Parhamentanan ROW2 C John son B College, M TICSZED, N Reghr, E Baerg, M Duerksen Mrss Overvag Advlsor ROW 3 I Sjoblom, L Warmb1er,M Wlebe, M Wall M Lehman, F Harder, G Besel, N Loewen ROW4 P Clare, C Telchroew J W1eDS,M Bargen,C Goertzen E Sawasky, E Klassen, M Duerk sen MUSE' FFA ROW 1 R Harder, P Bonkoskl Sent1ne1,A Harder, Vxce pres N Rahn Pres D W1ebe,Treas, E College, Sec M Drck porter, Mr Crawford Advlsor ROW 2 P Devens, A Baerg, M Stadtlander, W Lohmeyer B Ewert, R Heppner, G Fnesen R Wlebe ROW 3 R Green Brandt J Loewen,D Ewert Wmens, H Grothaus, L Fast WeertL,D Scholl ROW4 R Standlander A P1ath,D Schroeder W Voshage, W Falk M Franz, E Peterson, V Junker, G Harder i Q O O O . " 3, . . . ., . . , , I I F I . . , , . : . C , C O : . . ' , . . . , Q 9 Q rl, I . , O O ' . ,P. ,X . W 3. . Z . - x I ' 1 . ,w. ROW 3: L. Garms, M. Gerdes, W U' , I 1 O 4 V B 2 ' ' 1 J: ' . ' " , .K V C. . . S. . . , XX R I D. . M 0 Q Q : . X. ', . . ' . - ly . , ., . U . . ., . , Re- . , . . ., . I . . , . . : . , F. 0 , . . ,P.. . . ,D. , . . . . , . . ll nag fd-4, fa n ,Mt :Flu an T ml. Q , Q K a 2 Q 4 3 4 -1 ROW 1 W Besel, KMunson L Qurrrng, N Amstutz, C Te1chroew,L Jansen, E Hrebert, L Pankratz, M Qurrmg ROW 2 F Peters, J Hansen F Harder, L Wlllard, N Loewen, C Nrckel, S Harder, P Buck, W Breberdorf, R Ratzlaff, M Ponsch,R Stadtlander, D Ratzlaff, V Derksen ROW 3 E Klassen, J Swanson, R E1tzen,L P kratz, M Duerksen, R Stoesz, E Karschnlk, K Foss, J Schultz, K Dlck, L Warmbler, G Frresen, N Regrer, Rupp, R Harder, H Neufe1d,B Munson,D Scholl, D Olson, E Fu11er,E Fr1esen,G Gustafson, G Wrens ROW 4 Mr Hjelmer, R W1ens,K Schultz,G Wergold, G Besel,I Hotzler,L Balzer,G Bernhardt NOT PICTURED A Nickel The Band under the drrecnon of Clrfford Hjelmer performed at concerts games and other occasrons during the ye ar The Marchmgband made rts flrst appearances at Lamb Day rn Lakefreld Turkey Day rn Worthmgton and Flax Day rn Wlndom The Band also performed at home football games at the Homecommg fCSI1V1I13S and at the Memorral Day Observance m MOUHIBIH Lake They also attended the Homecomrng ZCILVIIICS at Mankato State Teachers College The Pep Band played at pep meetrngs and all home basketball games Several ensembles were organized whlch mcluded a Brass TIIO Flute Duet Clamnet Qurntet and Hum Duet These groups played at concerts PTA meeungs, and vanous communrty actrvmes The Concert Band took part rn the Annual Sprmg Concert The band ensembles and rnstrumental solos parnc xpated rn the Drstrrct Muslc Contest at Storden and Wlndom rn Apnl They recerved several awards and ratmgs They also pamcrpated rn the State Reg1onal Contest in whrch all partrcrpants recerved A ratmgs 24 BASS TRIO E Fnesen D Olson N Regler CLARINET QUINTET N Besel C Nlckel 3' 3. -r' SOLOS K Dxck D Olson N DRUM DUET I Hotzler L Balzer v' kx Amstutz K Munson, L Qulflng W FLUTE DUET L Jansen E Hlebert '15 3 2 4' Lf N ' lv ' . X s , L a 4 9 UNE' VU, J C 32 6 gg -- x X ' rf? I 1 " I ' Q. I '1 ' , 'M . L' 'ji Q .if ' 'V L .iv . 1 mb: X X W " ply- . - 1 5 4- 'Q v , , 1 , I P: ' K Q Q . , A '- - .'fAx:. ' '- L . iv 1 O vii . -Q ' D 4' it . I! ,fl ' L ', ROW1 E Baerg N Amstutz, M Regret K Wfrrkentm M Wall D Ratzloff C Terchroew J Johnson, L Quxr mg J Wlens L Pankratz N Loewen E Fuller, F Harder W Bleberdorf E Hxebert M Goert7en G Wcrgold ROW 2 M Lthman,I Sjoblom, K Drck P Clare I Hotzler, J Rahn, L Jansen, G Besel M Bargen K Mun son A Toews, L Blazer, A Nrckel L Wrllard P Buck K Foss, E McDonald, M Lehman, R Ratzloff C Frresen ROW 3 R Harder K Schultz H Neufeld G Harder V Junker L Fast, E Frresen M Klaassen B Harder B Munson, D Scholl N Regrer, H Warkentm M Drck, Mr Tenney ROW4 C Wrens, R Wxcbe D Olson Q Neufeld D Wrcbe, R Nrckel, L Frresen, H Janzen, J Schultz, W Besel C Wolf N Rahn, A Harder, S Loh renz J Engeman, R Stadtlander CHOIR The Mountarn Lake llrgh School chorr has undoubtedly left rts mark on the Mount un Lake Vot1lDe partment The chorr under the drrecuon of Mr Roger Tenney started rt s smson wrth a Cllflbfl ras Con cert Outstandrng seltctrons of the evenrng were LOST IN THE INIGHT PSALM U0 and ADVENF MOTLT On February 14 the chorr delrghted the communrty wrth rts wonderful chrlr The proceeds ment to the chorr s sprrng tour The proflts from the bake sale held IH May also helped frnance the tour The annual church concert was grven at the Fust Mennonrte Church The new organ was used wrth the beautlful SANCTUS The hrghlrght of the year for the cholr members was the sprrng tour The tour took us to Mrnneapolls to srng on WCCO TV and the Grand Marals on the North Shore DTIVC The chorr sang at varrou hrgh schools and churches on the tour We closed the year wrth a sprlng concert and Baccalaureate and Commencement Exercrses 26 JUNIOR SEXTET BOYS' QUARTETTE N. Amstutz, W. Bieberdorf, M. Bargen, L. Balzer, P. D. Scholl, D. Wiebe, M Klaassen, N. Regier Buck, K. Warkentin. BOYS' OCTET R Standt1ander,G Harder, L Frlesen J Schultz, W Besel E Fr1esen, B Harder, M Dxck SENIOR SDiTET SOPHOMORE SEXTET C Fuesen lofi E Hxebert I 1. - I 1 . , . a , . K. Foss, L. Jansen, J. Johnson, K. Munson, P. Clare, M. Lehman, M, Wall, L. Willard, L. Pankratz, D. Ratz 'N g 503-:WS That ever refreshmg treat' ' 'gmhuslasmv u...Na1lrf' 'Shorty and Morg' LM Q 'U l , v-" ?" 'The faxthful flag earners' ,....:-w?"" Left, rlght' Gulde R1ght"' 'A E Ah O OO'?'7'7'??' 28 L A, 1,. I fi-1 .f , ,,,,.,,,. , W 9 , ,A ' -, '- MTW A ' I A - t ks I 1 I ll - - Ip ' . 4 5 Q .ll 4 Lassen .. ' L N 6 H v 'wwf K : 3 "" ' V Lk xfl 7:2 k M " -ar ,gk Q ' . ' . . ,N . ' K 451' 1 rw V,,. 3 - , za- , ' k M ,, . . . A . . ii 1 , ? , . Q . I - - - - .... ' L ATHLETICS F 7 . ROW1 D W1ebe R Sneer C Wolf, R Goertzen, R Wlebe, S Hernrtz ROW2 R Stoesz, K Qulnng R Lohrenz, N Rahn, R Harder, J Engeman D Wrllard ROW 3 L Garms, B Munson G Gustafson, H Neufeld, M Wagner NOT PICTURED E College FOOTBALL Frve lettermen were back to begrn the football season under head coach Mr Blame Klrngsporn an er Durmg the season the team showed plent of enthuslasm but lack of reserves was a problem The season was sparked by a 13 6 homecommg vrctory over Fulda The season was farrly successful w1th a record of 4 wxns and 4 losses Noel Rahn and Jerry Engeman led rn scorrng from the backfreld Mt Lake was represented on the All-Conference team by Noel Rahn Eleven lettermen graduated leavmg four as a foundatron for the comrng year SEASON S RECORD MLHS OPPONENT Sherburn Jackson Lakefreld Wrndom Fulda Sprrngfreld Slayton Sleepy Eye 39 . . . . . d ass't coach Mr. Wallace Dunn. The team got off to a good start by defeating Sherburn '7-0 in the open '7 0 6 54 6 ' 12 0 ' 25 13 6 O ' ' 20 19 12 25 0 E i A CHEERLEADERS ss.-v""""' X E B CHEERLEADERS Hld A11 'N sa 4 fffrf' MAJORETTES EilJizii.irdEr,SI11rmm11 Hirdgr, Kly H .Q f f' f-f'r"' f Cr ! 5 ROW 1 G Harder R Goertzen N Rahn J Schultz L FFICSGH E Fr1escn,D Wlebe K Qlllflng ROW2 W Besel, L Epp J Frxesen V Junker L Fast, R N1cke1 C Wolf B Harder R Lohrenz, Mr Sperhch Mr Munson 'fm'- BASKETB LL W1th 8 returnmg lettermen the squad got off to a terufrc start of 12 stralght w1ns W1ndom was the f1rst team to break the Laker s gallant wmnmg streak by down1ng them 50 to 45 The Lakers came back strong after therr defeat at Wrndom by beat1ng Slayton and Lakef1e1d only to be downed by Westbrook Towards the end of the sea sou srckness struck the team and many of the boys were not rn top shape for the last few games The Lakers ended therr regular season wrth a defeat at Tu Mont but bounced back qurckly for tournament trme and beat Jackson Heron Lake and Lakefreld for the D1str1ct 7 Crown In the regron the Lakers downed the powerful Blue Earth Club 43 38 rn the f1rst game but lost to a hot Pemberton Club 1n the reglonal champronshrp game The Laker s season tally was 20 w1ns agamst 5 losses SEASON S RECORD 16 w1ns Regular Season 4 losses Tournament Play MLHS OPPONENT Jackson Heron Lake 52 Lakefield 39 43 Blue Earth 38 51 Pemberton 57 ROW 1: B. Harder, H. Neufeld, B. Munson, R. Wolf, G. Gustaf- son S. Lohrenz, R. Stadtlander, R. Quiring. ROW 2: Mr. Munson, W. Friesen, J. Jungas, J. Harder, A. Jansen, M. Friesen, J. Stoesz, R. Feil, B. Smith, K. Rupp, Mr. Sperlich. 36 gv"rz,r"' '78 Make It a good one' ' Luis U any Ggu I vu 5 'Gm Lcn's do lt ngm' They COT mm: 'xi-X f -pap! Set Ready H1kc' " dlock mm so Jer can go' '31 4-ww abt? g' 'Y ws.. vii 16. XX 4. 1 'UIQ Llwm ywib 3 I an-4-an fqfcvinnwp WM 'I-wil 3K4-mi !H3 9k 1SlH11: fQ """lCI-25923 -Ql1ll1 E1 Qin Q ll I m i uanL,1v Il II nn 4:1 if 51' 9, -:nf 0? ROW1 R Wo1f,M. Wagner,Mr Sperhch ROW2 R W1ebe,N Rahn J Schu1tz,J E.ngeman,R Goertzen TRACK Mountain Lake 's track team was small because of lack of interest They had approximately 7 boys out They were Jerry Engeman Noel Rahn Roger Goertzen Randy Wolf Melvin Wagner Ronald Wrebe and John Schultz Noel Rahn vaulted 11 feet at the Trojan Relays at Worthington. The relay team consisting of Jerry Engeman Ronald Wiebe Noel Rahn and Melvin Wagner placed third at the district and Indian Relays at Mankato. The boys under the direction of Wil- liam Sperlich did very well considering that Mountain Lake does not have a track on which to practice fqz K Xa O 39 f' f5 11 :J ---Q 'rx Q rn' 9 pn if 'Ll' 1 ROW 1 R Qulrmg, C DlCk, B Smlth, D Hoffman, B Hard r, E College, R Lohrenz ROW 2 J Erms Bonkoskl J Schultz, R Goertzen, N Rahn, J Engeman, H N ufe1o,B Munson, M Stadtlander, Q Neufeld, J Jungas ROW 3 Mr Dunn,R Harder BASEBALL Mountam Lake s baseball team has a 500 season under the d1 rectxon of Wallace Dunn In the opener at Lakefreld they lost 8 5 but outhlt the wlnntng team In the next games w1th Westbrook Mountam Lake won both Mountam Lake beat Wmdom at Wmdom by a score of 8 to 5 Hlghlrght of the game was Noel Rahn s home run Storden beat Mountaxn Lake 3 2 at Westbrook whlch was a thr111er all the way In the opemng round of the DISUICI Tournament at Lakefxeld Lakefreld beat Mt Lake 7 1 The season record tn c1ud1ng d1str1ct play was 3 wms and 3 losses ff TRN . ll w Z fz, ZW' lg 40 5 , Q , o f . 1 ff' e Cf' -T' I l 2' .. r'A ' 1: ., y hiya y, 4: 1 2, ' faha is 2 A X Y an '- U A . 0""" W - 1'5,-,sf " --. "5 V 35,1 -2 5,58 '.-' 1 ...lily 4' I J V4 X O A . Xi' xy W L ' . . Q e ff 3 Y - d ' - N ,A Ai, X '32 ' ' rl ' M 'fu Q9 f ' A is 1 '- S, ' " S K I I ' , ' -x J ' I 1 fy x 'A W' , lim. 1 . J X! ff, . rx, ry' 'W' . xx J I " 4 4 e I , - ' ' L - ' A f is!" ll' ' .5 It 1...7.f 4-. J 1 vi 5 -. f' .. , :n . ' ' . ' . ' . . e . . . : . , R. P 6' m 5' .f-N A rw . fxlfxa t-S yfrxx 'N C9 F3 , x ' .Ill , Siva-Q-4 4 W I , " lf'--vfffgii f , - ... r ROW 1: B. Baerg, C. Dick, C. Dick, J. Klassen, M. Heide, S. Holmes, B. French. ROW 2: E. Fast, J Dick, P. Johnek, S. Espcnsen, D. Fast, K. Harder, J. Friesen, M. Friesen. ROW 3: D. Hildebrandt, L. Johnson, R. Goertzen, D. Dunker, R. Feil, J. Bonkoski, W. Franz, W. Fricscn, P. Buhler, D. Ewert, B. Ewert. ROW 4: E. Friesen, R. Johnson, J. Kunkel, D. Hoffman, A. Jansen, D. Franz, K. Heide, B. Green, J. Jungas, M. Friesen, R. Dick, L. Karschnik. rfb iiraxfflif W N 1,32 M isf5F5fQ ' fill' "3 T F5 - '1 Q .ig 553. 43 :' Q ,,. Qi, 3 ROW 1: V. Lepp, R. Peters, J. Wamcrnunde, C. Sneer, C. Mekosch, B. Laux. ROW 2: E. McDonald, E Sawasky, J. Schultz, B. Schweiger, I. Peters, G. Steinle, J. Schriock, J. Schriock, K. Nickel. ROW 3: R. Waltner, S. Rempcl, J. Stoesz, L. Porth, J. Weigold, D. Porth, R. Penner, R. Quiring. 4 2 4 e., ,ffl WMI., ff Q I .W 4 5. ROW 1: C. Johnson, A. Harris, E. Hiebert, K. Hotzler, V. Derkseu, F. Harder, B. College, J. Bonkoski. ROW 2: J. French, M. Duerksen, C. Goertzen, M. Duerlcen, S. Harder, E. Klassen, J. Klaassen, M. Hie- bert, E. Baerg, R. Eitzen. ROW 3: G. Dunker, C. Foss, D. Gerdes, L. Garms, R. Jass, G. Gustafson, M. Cerdes, B. Harder, J. Gunter, H. Buller. fl., fri: .69 N1 . .Q Iv. ' 8. :"r-""ifL. 4-00141. 1--V-"'TT"' 'UC' 1 9 ROW 1: E. Warkentin, M. Tiesien, D. Ramloff, N. Reghr, E. Mueller. ROW 2: D. Nordby, E. Sawasky, M. Wall, M. Lehman, M. Quiring, L. Pankratz, L. Willard, J. Swanson, L. Pankratz, B. Smith. ROW 3: J. Lohmeyer, J. Weertz, H. Sulheim, R. Wolf, B. Munson, H. Neufeld, R. Stadtlander, K. Rupp, M. Wagner. 'l 1 X. ROW 1: N. Amstutz, L. Enns, K. Dick, D. Heide, W. Bieberdorf, P. Buck. ROW 2: B. Knudsen, J. Hildebrandt, E. Karschnik, D. Duerksen, M. Bargen, L. Balzer, G. Besel. ROW 3: R. Harder, D. Ewert, A. Baerg, R. Heppner, H. Grothaus, M. Dick, P. Devens. ROW 4: J. Friesen, E. College, P. Gunter, VV Falk, L. Fast, E. Friesen, L. Friesen, G. Harder, V. Junker, R. Bonkoski. 1'S.f lerr. , flzrgiwz f A If X-5 xo w U 5' Q 4. P4 F9 P7 "rt 5 . ' w 1 s A ri? , Q A H - R , ,J 5- ROW 1: P. Loewen, P. Willaby, I. Fenner, K. Warkentin, L. Warmbier, U. Mueller, G. Weigold. ROW 2: J. Ralm, C. Teichroew, N. Loewen, M. Wiebe, J. Wiens, J. Stoesz, A. Toews, C. Nickel, M. Regier. ROW 3: R. Ratzloff, J. Loewen, A. Plath, L. Rupp, D. Olson, N. Regier, R. Lohrenz, E. McDonald. ROW 4: R. Stoesz, R. Wiens, R. Stadlander, D. Schroeder, W. Voshage, R. Nickel, G. Quiring, D. Scholl K. Schultz, G. Wiens. v .fff'x""-1 :ii '17 GINGER BERNHARDT "I want to be bashful, but the boys won't let me." Eavesdropper l, Lrbrary Club 3, Sprnt 3, Forenslcs 4, Band 2,3,4, Pep Band 2,3, 4, One Act Play 4, Class Play 4. CLA SS OFFICERS ntl PRESIDENT Stan Heuutz VICF PRESIDENT John Schultz SECRETARY TREXSURER Judy Hansen CLA SS COLORS Llgllt Blue and Black CLASS FLOWER Blue Carnatlon Wltll Black Flecks CLASS MOTTO From school l1fe, 1nto llfe s school 'uf' 4 WALTER BESEL "G1ve the world your best and the best w1ll come back to you " Gopher Hrstonans l, Photo Club 2,3,4, Student Coun c1l4, Band l,'7,3, VICE Pres. 4, Pep Band 2,3,4, Band Ensembles 4, Splut 3, Athletxc Manager 2,3, 4, Letterman's Club 3, Sec. Treas. 4, Chorr 2,3,4, Glee Club 2,3,4, Chou En sembles 4. Wiz 96 :Y V --q1f FRED BRANDT ""f W: J Jig' It e if 5 "Books and 1 are unconv uonal What I know IS uruntentlonal " Football l,2,3, FFA 1,.Z,3 4, Class Play 4 ,J v- I ' he , 4 'V K. ., 2' I N l A 1 K - , :54.,Q..r2f'ffffJffgf',"f,3',',LJYLZA5 f 7 , N5-Z.:-.-,5,-,-, 4 - B, ,, W . NT., , . , J, ,A-ce, .-..,,.r ,ci-T' Juff' - - X J 1 JY- ,I ' ..- n:f,.,5,5,q?5E:4-:,A,, A , - , f l .-.-szguxx R .. ja, if ,ff ,H 5 :-,-,Xg2E::.r- A 4- - -4 we , ,-.5-1, aw I.: .'i.--g'1!1?'- ,, . ggW',15f luv vu f ndllna- 4 i .ff -g,' . ' .--:1'... , 4 ' 1 ,...v full. VA 53:0 zizitzflz-3.4 I, ,f . V - fi . '. .- ' " up -, E ...I rvzzgvxx ,-f' 1' ' ' H' ,,---' .- , ' M' ' A ' N n E. , . -HU, N . L...:. X . --:In ,Xi .. H., . ,. ::,:2g,kx 6' Q I , A. N lx 4- p Q 1 I 0 0 l u n 1 5 v ' ' ' .f . . . . . -Q 1 ' A 4 --H ' ' ' I ll ' , . Z, L,,' if Qi ' A ' I if , 'ii 4' -JA' KENNETH BULLER 'Grve me lrfe lrberty and an automobrle rn w re o pursue happmess AVOC l,2,3, Vrce pres 4, Photo Club 2,3, Ch01r 2 3, Boys Glee Club 2,3, Football 3, Class Play 4 PATRICIA CLARE thmg IS lmpossl e o a wrllrng heart Eavesdropperl FHA l,Z,3, State Pres 4, YFC 2, Sec 4, Llbrary Club l,2,3, Vlce Pres 4, GAA 1,2 Gopher Hrstonans l, Cho1r 2,3, Sec 4, Glee Club 2 3 4, Chorr Ensembles 3,4, Color Guard 2,3, Foren s1c's 3,4, Class Play 4 JERRY ILNGEMAN He argues early he argues late, rf a lrne were ooked he'd argue rt strarght ' Football l,2,3 4, Basketball l,Z, Track l 2,3 4 Base ball 1,3 4, Letterman's Club 3,4, Gopher Hrstorlans 1 Z, Photo Club 3,4, Sprrrt 4 Class Play 3,4, FTA 3, Student Cou.nC1l 2,3, Pres 4, Band l 2,3, Band En scmbles 3, Chorr 2,3, Pres 4, Glee Club 2 3 4 Drum Major 2 3 JANICE ENNS 'She s small, but so s a stlck of dynamr e CAA 12 Sec 3 4, FTA 4, FHA Pres 1,2,3, Vlce pres 4, Splut 2 3, Edrtor 4, Lrbrary Club 2 3 Cheer leader 1,1 3,4, Class Play 3,4 LORIN EPP "Everyth1ng he does, he does well, and he oes everythrng Gopher l-hstonans l,2,3, Student Councrl 1, Athletrc Managerl 2 3 4, Photo Club 2, Vrce Pres 3 Pres 4, Letterman's Club 3 4, Laker Staff 3,4, Forens1c's 3, Class Play 4 BETTY JANE EVM ERT The best of all ways to lengthen our days IS o s al a few hours from the mght " Lrbrary Club 2,3,4, Sprrrt 4 BETTY RUTH EWERT ence 15 one o e vrrtues of the wrse Lrbrary Club 2,3 BOB EWERT 'There are two days rn the year that I never wor about yesterday and tomorrow FFA l,2,3,4, Class Play 4 If 45' 'Vins i Q 4 KIM KATHLEEN FOSS Successful rn all her attempt FHA 1,2, Lxbrary Club 2, FOIEIISICS 3,4, Band l 2 3,4 Pep Band l,2,3,4, Band Ensembles 3,4, Cholr 2 3 Glee Club 2,3,4, Chorr Ensembles 4, Spxnt Staff 4 Class Play 4 MERLE FRANZ " o man can be vv1se on an empty stomac FFA l 2 3 4, Band 2,3, Class Play 4 CAROLYN FRIESEN ' tudxous and quxet u s e co o cause a r ' YFC l,2,3,4, Llbrary Club 2, Cholr 2,3 4, Glee Club 2,3,4, Chou Ensembles 2,3,4, Class Play 4 GILBERT FRIESEN 'The hardest tumble a man can take IS to fall ov h1s own bluff " FFA l,2,3,4, Band 2 3,4, Pep Barvc14 ELIZA BETH FULLE R YFC l 2 3,4, Lrbrary Club 2, Band 1,2 3,4, Pep Band 2 3,4, Band Ensembles 3,4, Chou 3 4, Glee Club 3 4, FTA 4, Class Play 4 MYRNA GOERTZEN 'She has a heart wlth room for every Joy of FHA l, Llbrary Club 2 3,4, YFC 3, Chou 3 4, Glee Club 3,4, Cho1r Ensembles 3, Student Counc1l 4 ROGER GOERTZEN 'Rtspect IS what we owe, love IS what we 1 Football l 2,3,4, Basketball 2,3,4, Baseball l 3 Track 3 4, Letterman's Club 2 3 4, Class Play 3 4 One Act Play 4 RICHARD GREEN "Whatever you get you pay for, Whatever you pay, you get?" Class Play 4, Basketball 1, , FFA l,2,3,4 Hi Il ' SOI! ' ' ' ' ' U , , s . . ' 4 . , ,43 . . 3 N ' h." 7 l l . I ' 's ' ' ,b r h ulf i0r.' . ' n ' 7 u ' ' er . , . . "Quiet people are the ones to watch." lt? I ' . 7 l C , . . , . ' ' ' ' life." a . , u n ' 1 . I , ' , ' g've.ll , ' ' , As I ' I ! ' 7 5 , . - 2. . JUDITI-l HANSEN 'W1th open hand and open heart, always ready t do her part FHA l 2,3, Pres 4, Llbrary Club 2,3,4, Band l 4 Pep Band 4, Student Councrl 3, Class Pres 2 Class Sec Treas 4, Class Play 3 4 ARNOLD HARDER 'Farmers are the foundatron of the natron QO m achmg back'j " Basketball 1, FFA 1 2, Sent1ne1 3, V1ce Pres 4 Cholr 2 3 4, Glee Club 2,3,4, Cholr Ensembles 3 YFC, Class Play 4 FAY HARDER young woman rn er early flrrtres FHA 1,2 3 4, Sp1r1t 3,4, GAA12,3, Sec Treas 4 Cho1r 2,3,4, Glee Club 2,3,4, Class Play 3 Laker 4, Band l 2 3 4, Pep Band 4, Majorette 1,2 STANI EY HEINITZ 'As a football captam he s really great He'l e somebody, just you wa1t " Class Play 3, Basketball l,2,3, Football l 2 Ca t Club 3, Laker 3, Student Cou.nc1l 4 ILENE I-IOTZLER Even 1f a woman never expects to f1nd the perfect man rt stxll IS a lot of fun lookmg Fl-lA l, Gopher l-hstorrans l 2,3, Sec Treas 4 FTA 3 Pres 4, Cholr 4, Glee Club 4, Band l 9,3,4, Pe Band 2,3,4, Band Ensembles 3 4, Sp1r1t 3 4, Eave dropper l, GAA l,2,3, Pres 4, Laker 3,4, Class Play 4 LORNA JANSEN "Able and actlve wlth a clear head and POI , she d es a lot w1thout too much H0158 Eavesdropper l, Llbrary Club 2, Cholr 2 3,4, Clee Club 2,3,4 Chou Ensembles 4, Band 1,2 3, L1 branan 4, Pep Band l,2,3,4, Band Ensembles l,2,3,4, FTA 4, Laker 3,4, Splut 3 4, YFC 3,4, Class Play 3 DANNY JANZEN 'After I ve used up my 1mag1nat1on I'll s someone else's ' Class Play 4 HAROLD JANZEN "Not short and snappy bu long an ppy FFA l 2,3, Choxr 4, Clee Club 4, Class Play 3 4 49 v ' O .H 2 ' ' ' A ' 1213: s ' ' ' - s ' . ' ' - h, Y ' u , u l u ' I - . S J r ' l 5 "A ' h ' ' ." . , , I. ' ' . . 7 . .- . ' S P ' , , , ' ' ' ,3,4. ' 4 ' ' . 1 b I ' : 133 P ' 4, Track 2,33 Letterman's Club 2,3,4g Choir 35 Clee n ' - . . . . ,, , . . , . I ' 7"' P n , n ' ' , 1 S.- . . .Se O . . ',, S I l lr ' ."' . . . . I . I 3 4. ' ' ' ' ' tart on I , t d ha ." 7 n ' Q n , ' JANICE JOHNSON If s1lence were golden, she'd be a DJ.1l.l.1OIl2. FHA 1, Llbrary Club 2,3,4, Chou 2 3,4, Glee Club 2,3 4, Chou Ensembles 3 4 ARLENE KARSCHNIK 'She loves hfe, and It s not 2. one srded a FHA 1, Gopher I-hstorians l, Homeconung Attendant 2, Lrbrary Club 2,3,4, Splut 3,4, Class Play 3 4 JEANNE KARSCHNIK "L1ke gravrty, she has the power of attractr Gopher Hlstonans Sec Treas 1, FHA Sec Treas 1, GAA l,2, Poxnt Chalrman 3,4, Llbrary Club 2 Sec Treas 4, Spmt 2,3,4, Laker 3,4, Cheerleadmg l,2,3 4, Class Play 3,4, Homeconung Attendant 4 MARVIN KLAASSEN 'Hls only trouble m hfe IS bemg unable to fm vacant half hour 1n wluch to do next week's s ymg AVOC l,2, Vice Pres 3, Pres 4, YFC l,2, Vlce 3 4, Glee Club 3,4, Chou Ensembles 3,4, One Act Play 4, Class Play 4 PETER KLASSEN "Boys should not have the cares of men Eavesdropper l, AVOC l 2 3, Sec Treas 4 MARY LOU LEHMAN 'A pnceless treasure of the class, a helpful an pretty lass FHA Reporter l, YFC l,2, Treas 3, Reporter 4, Cholr 2,3,4, Glee Club 2,3,4, Llbrary Club 2 Pres 4, Laker 3,4 WILLIAM l.OHlvl.EY'ER ' 1 e a powder puff, I m for the ladl FFA l,2,3,4, Class Play 4 KAY MUNSON "Boys are bothersome, but I don't nund bex g bothered " FHA l, Eavesdropper l, Gopher l-hstonans l 2, Chou' 3 4, Glee Club 3,4, Chou Ensembles 4, Band 1, , Sec 4, Pep Band 3,4, Band Ensembles 3,4, Lrbrary Club 2,3, Treas 4, Sprnt 2,3, Edmtor 4, GAA 2, V1ce Pres 3, Vxce Pres 4, Student Councll 3 Class Sec 3, FTA 4, Homecommg Attendant 3 Class Play 4 50 " ' ' ' ire." . ' . . ' , ' , Y . J 9 ' ' ' ' - ' Hair." - ' . ' ' . , . ' ' 'on." I ' . . . , . . . . . . da md ' ." Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Bssd'2,a, Band Ensembles 3, choir , n Q ' u .ll . , , . D" O I ' ' ' da .ll I ' ' l 135 'L'k ' 'es." . .n , . . . . 2 35 . - . . . - . l . . As 0 . . 5 QUENTIN NEUFELD "He proves that a Wltty .person 1sn't always noxs Baseball 3,4, Lettennan s Club 4, Cholr 4, Glee Club 4, Sprnt 4, One Act Play 4, Class Play 3,4 Forenslcs 4 ARVALDA NICKEL Her mand IS hke a pm cushron, stuck full of thmgs to do " FHA l, Eavesdropper 1, Gopher Hlstonans l,2, Re porter 3, Student Councxl 2,3, Hornecommg Chaxr man 4, Photo Club 3, Sec 4, FTA 2,3, Vxce Pres 4, Splnt 3 4, Laker 3, Edrtor 4, Bandl 2,3,4, Pep Band 3 4, Band Ensembles 2,3 4, Chou' 2,3, L1 branan 4, Glee Club 2 3,4, Chou Ensembles 2,3,4, I GLORIA NORDBY "When I tlunk, I speak, and I'm always tlunkmg Llbrary Club 2,3,4, Cho1r 2,3, Glee Club 2 3, spm: 3,4, Class Play 3,4 EVELYN OELTJENBRUNS 'Although she doesn't shock you, she's a hve w1 e FHA 1, Llbrary Club 2,3,4, Spxnt 3,4, Cheerlead mg 2,3 DARLENE PETERS 'I love to w1nd my tongue, and I love to hear s FHA 1 3, Yrc 2 3, Llbrary cmb 2,3,4, one Play 4 FLORAN PETERS "Teachers' hanck cannot touch me, teachers' loo cannot hush me I-'FA 1,2, Athletrc Manager 3 4, Letterman's Club 4, Photo cmb 4, Band l,2,3,4, Class Play 4 EUGENE PETERSON "One day rn the country IS worth a month m town." FFA l,2,3,4, Class Play 4. KENNETH QUIRING "If basketball were musxc, he'd be the whole bras band." Basketball l,2,3,4, Football 3,4, Letterman's Club 2,35 Vice Pres. 4, Clam Play 4. 51 . . . YJ, 1 ' ' n Q 3 , . . . . . . . ' ' , . . ' . l , . l , u , 1' a '- Forensics 3,4, Class Play 3,4. . . . .,, ' ' Q ' n , D I ' 'r .ll ' ' it o." , c , n ' n . ks .ll 0 . , 0 LJ LOIS QUIRING 'Talk about gxnger, she's the whole spree x FHA l, Eavesdropper 1, Gopher I-hstonans 2, Sprnt 2 3,4, Chou 3,4, Glee Club 3,4, Chou Ensembles 3, Band l 2,3,4, Pep Band 3,4, Band Ensembles 3,4 GAA 2,3, Sec 4, Llbrary Club 2,3,4, FTA 4, Class Play 4 NOEL RAHN 'Two great steadres 1n the world athletlcs an a grrl " Basketball 1,2,3 4, Football l,2,3,4, Baseball l 3 4, Track 1,2,3,4, Letterman's Club l,2,3, Pres 4 FFA 1, Sentmel 2, V1ce Pres 3, Pres 4, Chorr 2 Glee Club 2 3 4, Band l,2,3, Student Councll 2, Class Pres 3 Class Play 4 RUTH SAWATZY 'No one belreves xt, b t l'm naturally bashful FFA 3, Lrbrary 2, , JOHN SCHULTZ 'The only way to have a inend 1S to be o Gopher Hrstonans 1, Student Councrl 3,4, Photo Club 3, Treas 4, Splflf 3, Laker 3,4, Band l,2, , Pres 4, Pep Band 2,3,4, Chou' 2,3, V1ce Pres 4 Glee Club 2,3,4, Chorr Ensembles 3,4, Band En sembles 3,4, Class Play 3, Basketball 2,3,4, Baseball 3,4, Letterman's Club 4, Class Vrce Pres 3, GLORIA SCHWIEGER Proof that all angels d n t have WIDSS Wmdom H S l,2, Band 3, Band Ensemble 3 INGEGARD SJOBLOM "Our Swedrsh lass wrth all the dash, she was e queen of the Senlor Class Sweden l,2,3, Student Councxl 4, Photo Club 4 Gopher I-hstonans 4, FTA 4, GAA 4, FHA 4, Chou' 4, Glee Club 4, Laker 4, Forenslcs 4, Class Play 4 Homeconung Queen 4 JEANETTE SMITH 'Her favonte fruxt IS a dat Blue Earth H S 1,2 3, GAA 4, FHA Sec Treas 4 Homecoming Attendant 4 RICHARD SNEER ' 1 e a star, ou every mg Football l 2,3 4, Letterman's Club 3,4, Class Play 4 59 MELVIN STADTLANDER "I'm not a hghter I'm a lover Warner, S Dakota H S l, Baseball 3,4, FFA 2 3 4 ' 1 Class P1.-ay 4 ' .. any 4 RONAlD VOSHAGE 'You can't plow a freld by tunung rt over rn your mmd " FFA l,2,3,4, Class Play 4 LEON WARKENTIN ' man as true as steel ' FFA l 2 "Even Lf a farmer rntends to loaf he gens up 1n t1me to start " FFA l 2,3,4, Class Play 4 DALE WIEBE 'You may hve w1t ou a , you may hve wlthout looks, but c1v1l1zed man cannot hve wlthout cooks " FFA l,2, Treas 3, Treas 4, Basketball 2,3,4, Foot ball 4, Letterman's Club 2,3,4, Chorr 2,3,4 Glee Club 2,3,4, Choxr Ensembles 4, Class Play 4 RONALD WIEBE "I make my home out on the farm, to keep me way from c1ty harm FFA 1,2,3,4, Student COLlI1C1l 3, Chou' 2,3,4 Glee Club 2,3,4, Chou Ensembles 2,3, YFC l,2, Pres 3 4, Football 2 3,4, Track l,2,3 4, Letterman's Club 4, Class Play 3,4 DENNIS VVILLARD 'When I once leam a thmg I remember rt, but the trouble IS the once " Track 3,4, Football 2,3,4, Letterman's Club 4 Class Play 4 CALVIN WOLF 'W1t and w'1sdom are bom with a man Band 2,3, Band Ensemble 3, Chorr 2,3,4, Glee Club 2 3 4, Photo Club 3, Vrce Pres 4, Laker 3 4, ketball 2 3,4, Football l 3,4, Letterman's Club 4, Class Play 3 53 L5 harass! is YN Al JU -6' , - . 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Music, English 9, History 11 Math 7 Sc 8 Choir 57 COOKS Mrs. Toews, Mrs. Scheen, Mrs. Besel, Mrs. Eitzen BUS DRIVERS P Stoesz, Jr J Peters, D Schled J Dcrksen, B Ander son, T Janzen, A Balzer, H Harder, A Derksen, L Stoesz B Janzen, L Schroeder JANITORS Elmer Klrewer John Fast, Henry Warkentm Ei' ADMINISTRATION I SUPERINTENDENT PRINCIPAL Ole Haugejorde Burton Munson 35222255 BOARD OF EDUCATION H J Pankratz John Janzen Maynard Frost Frank Klaassen Sam C Harder Karl Franz, D S Penner Ole Hauge jorde 59 I I I , D1 nf ,L , I , - ,- ' I I 3 w , -S' I . . , , , , - , ' 0 1 ' GAMBLE STORE Euerxthzng for the Home farrzly Farm and Car lnsulatzon Hardu are Mounfaun Lake Mmnesota JEWELER H L Qurrlng Priscilla Diamonds Elgin and Hamilton Watches feu elrx and Hatch Repazrmg ROSS CLEANERS Tazlors llaflfrs Qualrty Cleaning wrt Modern Methods MENNO 8. JAKE S Quality Clothing and Tailors Always the Latest Styles lil lflff DICK S SHOE HOSPITAL lime Inur bhnes lu hull! fill leather Notebooks Shoes Shmed and Dyed HARRY S CAFE Candy Ice Cream Home Cooking Rhone 203II Harry Paskey Proprietor Mountain Lake Minnesota Kung Koll an Land O Nod Mattresses SHROEDER FURNITURE STORE ll e Ilczlm Hornvs Ou! ofllouses NEUFELD S BEN FRANKLIN HARDWARE r I l nr Ill 0 IIlfLflN llrzrffzlrzre K Ifpl ance Needs I I . I ' U' ' I I , 1 , . . . I , I , I I - I 'C 1 u , .I ffnrrvrl l"1't h lr' 7 ' . ,, ug as lI70ur1t11z'n lxzhe' Ifirznesola I Y I O . . x ,j . A , . ' . . . , F0 xl Inur 1" f I' ur I W U' Yfwffls - 1 Q s 1 1' 1 . xc , . JENSEN PRODUCE 8. ICE CREAM STORE HQFFMAN REAL ESTATE Cash pain' for: Mt Lck Minn . e . fggs fre m cg Poultry Phone 38911 D al 33411 IRMA 8 FRODE DEHMLOW S BEAUTY SHOP DAVIES DRESS SHOP Fashions for Ladies and Girls 950 3 cl Avenue Phone 2 9311 Mounta n Lake Munn PENNER IMP CO Harry Regehr Manager ORLANDO FULLER ete Lme of Farm Machinery 8 Repairs DIRECT GAS SERVICE X Mountain Lake Mlnnesota e N Fi land X thorlzed Pubeless 111 es eapoh Holme Sales K QCFVICC -X115 CI l e S WALL MT LAKE CO OPERATIVE MANUFACTURING CO CREAMERY Steel 8. Sheet Metal Products M1 Luke Grade A Buffer Poultry Equlpmem Homogenlzed 8- Pasteurlzed Mlllc D al 41511 Mountain Lake Mmnesom Full Lune of LAND 0 LAKES Feeds Y I , ,J a,' , 5 . l r i . 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