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Table of Contents
Faculty ........... . .
School Personnel . . . . .
Memoriam .- . .
Freshmen. . .
Class Officers . . .
Band and Chorus. . . . . . .
E11 Kay Larson, Supt.
Social Studies-10,11, and 12
Mayville S. C.
Social Studies, Phy. Ed. , 8a Coach
Pat Limke, Principal
Minot S. C.
N. D. S. U.
Valley City S. C.
Faculty of M.H.
Wilmer Stolt Charles Roseneau
German, Library COUDSCIOI'
Yearbook Advisor Leonard Deplazes
Roger Haugland Minot S- C-
Concordia College Math
Music Grade Coach
Mrs. MacArthur Miss Martin Mrs. Larson
Grade one Grade two Grade three
Mrs. Shobe Mrs. Herzog
Grade four Grade five
Board of Education
Di rec tor
Di rec tor
Di rec tor
Officers standing left to right:
Pres. Edwin Fadenrechtg V.
Pres. Wilfred Korbg Secretary
Mrs. Leveme Dickg Treas-
urer Vin Dawley.
J.C . Kingzett
Many Thanks to
Mrs. Doris Westphal, Mrs. Marion Stinkeoway.
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Pictured below from left to right are the bus drivers: Reverend Elton
Berg, Sam Dick, Ernie Hall, Nick Schottenbauer, Harold Berg, and Bill
Magnusson. Reverend Berg took Bill Magnusson's place during the sec-
Elaine Schmidt and Debbie Dick help the cooks by
Janitor: Clarence Dick.
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One of the senior privileges is being able to use the teachers
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Hair just had to be perfect for graduation.
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. graduation practice seemed
t endless to the Seniors.
Pictured right: Going
through the ritual of grad-
. uation practice. Can
these be the Seniors?
Nolan Beall Kevin Dawley Jonathan Dick
James Hall Robert Hall Rebecca Hanson
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In Loving Memor
of Steve Schuler
Born: june 26, 1954 Departed: August 30, 1969
Ballad of a Lost Friend
by Patricia Schuler
Once I had a very dear friend, BUY OUT ffieUd5hiP Was Short.
And this wasn't so long ago. And it didn't last,
He had a smile for everyone, It has now become
His face was always aglow. A thing of the past.
He told me his troubles I shall cherish forever,
And I told him mine. The times that we had,
We Shared Sorrow and jgy, A1'lCl I'l1 always I'eIT16I'I1l'JeI
From time to time. The 80041 and the bad-
And now my friend is gone away,
His duty on Earth is done.
But until I lost him, I didn't know,
That mine has just begun.
Dedicated by his Class of '72
Cathy Hanson if af. S :it iis
Glen I anzen
Dwight T olun
Senior Class Officers standing left to right: Linda
McArthur, Pres. g Audrey Hoffmann, Sec.-
Treas. 5 and Roger Wirth, V. Pres.
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Junior Class Officers standing left to right: Diane
Korb, Pres.g Kevin Dawley, Sec.-Treas.g and Re-
becca Hanson, V, Pres.
Eight Grade Class officers standing left to right: Lori
McLean V. Pres.g Merwin Dic, Sec. -Treas.z and
Cindy Beck, Pres.
Sophomore Class Officers standing left to right:
Pat Hall, V. Presg Julie Kingzett, Pres.g and
Cande Paulson, Sec. -Treas.
Freshman Class Officers standing left to right: Kathy
Pankratz, PreS.g Gary Wirth, V. Pres.g and IoEl1en
Lindseth, Sec. -Treas.
The Student Council has
the responsibility of organ-
izing the annual High
School Christmas party.
left to right: Bonnie Berg
Barb Michels, Jean Zim-
mer, Rob Hall, and Jeff
Standing left to right:
Cande Paulson, Rosella
Pankratz, Debbie Dick,
Avonne Beck, Sharon Jor-
genson, and Elaine Schmidt
Sitting left to right: Audrey
Hoffmann, and Rebecca
Left to right standing: Larry Wirth, Avonne Beck, Pat Michels,
Linda Schottenbauer, Steve Morris, Walt Sandison, Mike Weber,
Aletha Wirth. Left to right sitting: Elaine Schmidt, Linda Mc-
Arthur, Jean Zimmer, Pat Schuler, Twyla Eitzen. Front Row:
Audrey Hoffman, Pam Kingzett, Debbie Dick, Ruth Zimmer,
Rosella Pankratz, Roger Wirth.
Pictured below: "I'm cured of greenosis now for
Cy Goolus-Steve Morris
Cornelia Heister-Jean Zimmer
Dorthea Heister-Linda McArthur
Betty Belle Goolus-Debbie Dick
"Happy" Goolus-Pat Schuler
Skeets Goolus-Audrey Hoffman
Hank Goolus-Larry Wirth
Widow Squiggins-Linda Schottenbauer
Aunt Sukey- Twyla Eitzen
Miss Oggie-Elaine Schmidt
Slim Hawkenshaw-Walt Sandison
Miss Winslow-Avonne Beck
Horseface Dilly-Pat Michels
Emmy Jean-Ruth Zimmer
Zeke and his Maw-Mike Weber, Aletha Wirth
Squiggins' Kid-Rosella Pankratz
Jake Slasser-Roger Wirth
Getting the cat was a good excuse for listening to what
papa had to say.
"You are taking us to the hoedown, or else. "
A piece of the furniture.
Headin' for the Hills
Presented by the Senior Class
Below: Slim is on his knees trying to get Cornelia to be his date
for the hoedown.
You would not trifle with a gir1's
heart, would you?
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Pictured right: The hillbilly band
which performed the songs, "She'11 Be
Comin' Around the Mountain" and
"Good Ole Mountain Dew. "
One of the Squiggins's kids trading for some candy, a
Headin for the Hills
"It looks like I overs1ept!"
deal is a deal!
Pictured below: Nothing in the world tastes better
than fried pig's lungs.
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Graduation Day, May 21, 1970
Exodus . .
Address . . .
ThankYou. .. .. .
Presentation of 8th
. . ..... Band
. . Rev. Schmidt
. Patricia Schuler
. . .Mixed Choir
, , , Aletha Wirth
Grade Diplomas , . . . .Mr. levi Hall
Presentation of High
School Diplomas . . . . MI. Levi Hall
Awards . , . . . , Supt. E11 Kay Larson
Benediction . . . . . . . . Rev. Schmidt
Recessional . . . . .Band
Class Colors: Blue, Green, Yellow
Pictured above: Pat Schuler received the National Am-
erican Association of Teachers of German Award. The
Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Award was
given to Aletha Wirth.
Pictured right: Honor Students are Pat Schuler, Aletha
Wirth, Twyla Eitzen, and Audrey Hofmarm.
Class Motto: "Nothing Succeeds But
Class Flower: Yellow Camation
Band and Choir Participate
The girls choir presented a Christmas concert over KCND-TV and also sang over KNDK radio station in Langdon.
They were directed by Roger Haugland.
Right: Several members of the band dili-
gently adding to the harmony of the song?
Bottom: The Concert Band, under the direction of Roger Haugland, pre-
sented several concerts and provided music for our home ballgames.
in Music Festivals
The Beginners Band meets several times weekly.
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Musical Groups Perform
with Pam Kingzett as accompanist.
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Triple Trio members from left to right: Audrey Hoffmann, Pat
Schuler, Rosella Pankratz, Linda Schottenbauer, Melanie Hanggi,
Above: Avonne Beck on the bass clarinet Linda McArthur, Marcene Hoffman, Twyla Eitzen, and Elaine
Schmidt. Accompanist is Treva Eitzen.
The musical groups pictured on this page performed at
Music Festivals. Several also provided entertainment at the
annual Ladies' Night Banquet.
Right, Soloist Elaine Schmidt and
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Above: Linda McArthur was ac-
companist for Nolan Beall's clari-
Twyla Eitzen at the piano.
Below: T reva Eitzen accompanied
Twyla Eitzen 's saxophone solo.
Below: Audrey Hoffmann 's saxophone
solo was accompanied by Rosella
Pictured right: The winners of the National
Educational Development Test Award. Seated
left to right: Bonnie Berg, JoEl1en Lindseth,
and Janice Neussendorfer. Standing left to right:
Wesley Dick and Cordell Dick.
The first Awards Night was sponsored by the
The awards pictured on this page were given to
the students on Awards Night held May 5, 1970.
Pictured left: Honor students who qualified by
having a high scholastic average were, back row
left to right: Anita Berg, JoE11en Lindseth,
Danny Walerius, Cordell Dick, Twyla Eitzen
and Aletha Wirth. Seated left to right: Cindy
Beck, Janice Neussendorfer, Pat Schuler, Audrey
Hoffmann, and Avonne Beck.
Pictured left: left to right: Rodney Hoffman,
Audrey Hoffmann, Twyla Eitzen, Rebecca Han-
son, and Warren Dick were named as prelimi-
nary winners in the North Dakota "Know Your
Pictured below: Co-Editors
of the Sayso, Avonne Beck
and Elaine Schmidt. Seated
is Sayso Staff Advisor, Mr.
Pictured above, the Sayso Staff members are seated
left to right: Pam Kingzett, Mary Schottenbauer,
and Melanie Hanggi. Standing left to right: Elaine
Schmidt, Avonne Beck, Twyla Eitzen, Audrey Hoff-
mann, Larry Wirth, Warren Dick, Aletha Wirth, Pat
Schuler, Nolan Beall, Diane Korb, Cande Paulson,
Julie Kingzett, Mr. Senne, and Bonnie Berg.
Pictured left: Many hours of hard work were
spent during and after school in preparing and
running off the paper. Shown here are Avonne
Beck, Elaine Schmidt, and Melanie Hanggi.
Pictured right: Yearbook Staff is
left to right-Rebecca Hanson,
Jenny Dick, JoE11en Lindseth and
Pictured left: Yearbook advisor,
Mr. Stolt, checking and signing
pages for the yearbook.
Pictured left: One way of raising
money to pay for the yearbook
was the coat check during the
Theme for Banquet
The main task in decorating for the banquet was gathering streamers. Above left: The boys Hx the streamers on the
outer part of the room. Above right: A close-up of the task of securing the streamers to the wire. Bottom left: The
gathering of the streamers to the center of room takes four or five people. Bottom right: An over all view of the
Was "Tahitian Holiday"
Above: Background for the Junior-Senior Banquet.
Kevin Dawley does his duty as the Master of Ceremonies.
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Toastmaster - - ---- Kevin Dawley
Welcome . . . . . . . Diane Korb
Grace . . . Rebecca Hanson
Response . . . Linda McArthur
Entertainment. . . . .
Class Poem .
Class Will . .
. Mr. Haugland
. . Pat Michels
. Jean Zimmer
. Avonne Beck,
Audrey Hoffman, Pam Kingzett, and
Class Prophecy . . .... T wyla Eitzen
Speech . .
Remarks . .
. . Mr. Senne
. . . Mr. Larson
Part of the backgrotmd were hula girls.
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A pep rally before the Regional III tournament at
During tournaments special entertainment was provided
by baton twirlers. They are from left to right: JoEllen
Lindseth, Barb Michels, Patrine Pollestad, Diane Korb,
and Lori Stinkeoway. Kneeling from left to right:
Rebecca Hanson, Sharon Jorgenson, Melanie Hanggi,
Heather McNaught, I an Michels, and Debbie Slinkeo-
Right: Speeches were delivered by
various members of the ballteam
to inspire school spirit before a
Pep Club officers left to right: Elaine Schmidt, Grade
Keeperg Jean Zimmer, Sec. -Treas. g Ruth Zimmer,
V. Pres.g and Pat Schuler, Pres.
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Members of Club at the candy table are: Lori Mc-
lean and Holly Tabert. Standing is Melanie Hanggi.
Activity Club officers: Standing left to right:
Rosella Pankratz, Diane Korb, Wayne Pankratz,
Seated left to right: Twyla Eitzen, Scott Mc-
Arthur, and Aletha Wirth
One of the hardest and most tiring parts of the
M W Club is cleanup after each game. Members of
the club from left to right: David Hoffmann,
Elaine Schmidt, and Jeff larson.
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Pop sales play an important part in Club ftmds. Behind the
counter from left to right: Aletha Wirth, Sharon Jorgenson,
Cheryl Bukowski, and Twyla Eitzen.
During toumaments many boxes must be filled with
popcorn. Working here are leon Wirth and David
A-Squad cheerleaders, kneeling left to right, Avonne
Beck and Audrey Hoffmann. Standing, Pam Kingzett,
Linda McArthur and Cande Paulson. The cheerleaders
deisgned a hoop with a mascot on it for the boys to
make their entrance to the floor.
Pictured right: Cheerleaders encouraging the players
not to be discouraged but to iight. And it worked!
Below: B-Squad cheerleaders left to right, Donna
Dawley, Julie Kingzett, Bonnie Berg, and Pat Hall.
Below: B-Squad cheerleaders in action
Pictured above members of the Lettermen's Club are Back row, left to
right: Cordell Dick, Loren Janzen, Pat Michels, and Warren Dick.
Front row: Roger Wirth, Gradekeeper, Rob Hall, Secretary-Treasurer,
Larry Wirth, President, and Rodney Hoffman. Not pictured: Kevin
Dawley, Vice President and Bob Bukowski.
Pictured below: Best Defensive Player Award
went to Pat Michels. Freethrow Percentage
Award and Most Valuable Player Award went to
Pictured below: a "good luck" cake
was baked by one of the faculty mem-
bers, Mrs. Larson, for the Regional
Tournament in Grafton.
For the first time radio announcers from the KIDLR
radio station reported the District Tournament.
1969-70 Magicians standing: Wesley Dick, student manager, Rodney Hoffman, Rob Hall, Bill Biby, Pat Michels,
Loren Janzen, Warren Dick, Larry Wirth, Bob Bukowski, and Coach Jack DeMaine. Front Row: Nolan Beall, student
manager, Kevin Dawley, Cordell Dick, Jim Hall, Gary Wirth, Dick Zimmer, David Hall, Dale Bernardy, and Roger
Wirth, student manager.
Bottom picture: Warren Dick, dribbling towards the
l basket in hopes of making two points.
Pictured left: Rob
Hall, reaches for
the ball while
Fordville in the
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Pat Michels guards opposing Belcourt team member during
the first game played at state.
Pictured right: Larry Wirth gets the
rebound during Northwood game in
Magicians are led through the hoop
and onto the floor by Larry Wirth for
the first game played at the State
Toumament at Minot, Thursday,
Below: Rob Hall grabs the ball
while playing Northwood during the
state tourney. Fellow team mem-
bers, Kevin Dawley and Warren
Dick help to keep the ball going.
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The Conference trophy was received by
the Magician team January 31, 1970.
The lst place District 12 Championship trophy is held
by the "main five. "
The happy, but tired Region III champs after
the Regional tournament held March 10, ll,
at Grafton. Back row left to right: Coach
DeMaine, Rodney Hoffman, Warren Dick,
Pat Michels, Loren Janzen, Bill Biby, Dick
Zimmer, and Asst. Coach Senne. Sitting
left to right: Gary Wirth, Kevin Dawley,
Larry Wirth, Bob Bukowski, Cordell Dick
and Rob Hall.
The team members proudly display the lst place County
trophy won during the County Tournament held January
28,30 and 31, at Munich.
The four lst place trophies won throughout the year are
left to right: Region, Ill Class B, Conference, District
12 Class B, and the County trophy.
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Dick Zimmer fights for the ball during a B-Squad
The B-Squad is coached by Ronald
Bill Biby get the rebound while
playing against Starkweather.
Bob Bukowski tries for two
Jim Hall saves the ball from going
out of bounds.
Above: Grade Basketball team members, standing left to right: Terry
Hall, Kirby Fadenrecht, Merwin Dick, Danny Walerius, Greg Polles-
tad, Jeff Larson, Bruce Wirth, Brian Wirth, Steve Berg, Kevin Hepp-
ner, Robert Ianzen, and David Hoffmann. Kneeling-Coach DeP1azes.
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DeP1azes 85 boys in huddle for instructions. Right:
Bruce Wirth shoots for two.
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Teachers left to right: Mrs. Eloise Dagner
and Mrs. Mary Ellen Schuler.
Pictured left: Christine Pollestad, Marie Haider,
Delbert Dawley, and Susan Ames.
Pictured below: left to right, Tracy Harder, Lori
Below left to right: Allen Morris, Kevin Denault, Rouse, Joey Martin, Bradley Pankratz, and Wanda
Ronnette Fazekas and Dean Buchweitz. Pankratz.
German posters were
made by the German
students for the Ger-
The four year German
class went to Bismarck
where they put on a
A student using one of
the many resources
provided by our school
Final tests required
much studying as
shown by Diane Korb.
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