Murray High School - Pilot Yearbook (St Paul, MN)

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SYMBOLS . . . the flag of our country in each classroom, the letter award in athletics, the club pin for membership and serviceg the written worcl for the learning ot the ages, the lights shining from this night picture of Murrayg all these and more are part of the tangibles clncl intangibles ot our high school lite. their importance is recorded in this- the 1957 Pilot . ii 1 li Ill 'ii' ill lg., 41' H is Lv-L F I I 5 I J' f' 5 'A ga 1 5 ff,-gf-1-51: J.- -, -- A' Ill III 'll ,ll Pi S 2 l XV' n ii' I! nl vi !Q!I skull lil: IBIIII ,Ai 4' I it if' 1 K-i rf-'r . - far- r- i Zig 2 U: us... Ar"' r r , . sa ,'.,p- .- we f-5, 'stair N70 ' 54.5 .T . ie ,i .., -Ui. fir, KV I :SEQ -P-'S' 5 'ff eh---H ' 1 SW? .Bill 'iqlii f .21 ISE' :finer-55 - -, 45: , 1 .fqitfgss 1. 113524, -5 , M-3-,Lf ,Q Agf.-fIpQ4f.Z"1 'j li'f'iiiT-fa 'V':?S"?Q L 5' 2.1-limp' 2"iffC5f J 'fr"e1fQ':g. w ,,'-'.'-'frat-, 1 IQ'-Yfi-571: ' 1: 951,--Gi ., W., .W 4. ,B :gk- 'T' I 7 fr - '-5' Iii? , V. 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To him we proudly dedicate the PILOT of l957. 1 QV. : I.-1 - "ff if . ,-.HWY 1 Y TE.. 2i33Z'5,', . ,QS , W , Ng, ga? ig :nu T'Q'f4,:5flgf '- Psi W5 '53 3' i , U, f' ' v-f,'z1:", 7 Q . '15 '4 - ,LU , .. ,.. D A ff -. ra 5? - 5 Iv IVR' -lil. 5131-'I4?f'5'f' ffl ' ,fn-Q" 1 ws :J1 ' 5.5.1- Q Q ' 'Z-,T':'4 .,W,.y.:: I .'l'q',.,j I-. .15 --I-ei ., 'X I xi: :xg ' I x dig- "l' I r L UNB ,wg z 11:31 1 ,. H, r ,I x I I ,, vu ,1. 1 . I-fffz is BR-rz . . K. .gig . J I JALU' L ,N-,.f. NIH: .a ,-1 ,515 .Xa I 4' I , I 1 1 I CONTENT SPORTS . . . pages 8-25 CLASSES. . . pages 26-51 ORGANIZATIONS. . pages 52-73 ACTIVITIES . . pages 74-85 ,,. , M, ,, ,A ,. -.f-In", A.. .' 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' 'i m g ' --1. - - A .:-1M , ,ayggpugv 0 Dave Krause rs about to stop Johnson s Terry Brundly as he rolls around rught end for o short gaun In the Murray Johnson game O Tom Foster exhibits shtfty runnrng by evading aggressive Johnson taclclers IH a game whrch found the Pilots vlctorlous over the crty champs O The alert Murray defense led by Steve Frauenshuh Dave Krause and Dan Shaules are about to bottle up a Wilson back for ltttle or no galn Accardrng to pre season predrctrans the underratet Murray football team was doomed to end up rn the sec ond drvrsron Thrs they refuted by takrng second plac rn the crty conference Entenng the Monroe game as underdogs the Pilots came out wrth a 6 o tre The boy were drsappernted wrth the he clarn rng that they shoul have won accordrng to the game statrstrcs Front thrs trm on they had therr hearts and mrnds set on vrctory The followrng week therr vrctory chances wr re rcalrzccl as underdogs ance agarn but hrs Q 4 tc c on resulted rt a wrr I8 6 c Murray tauchdovms were scored on a c oss buck by lal aa l4Tarn Foster a pass from Jrr Ul yot to end Ste e ru huh ast by a fun h recovered by t rcrcle Bob Pane nother brg ate or the Prlots was the muct Jul crzed game wrth powerful Central Vvrth the superb pfuq ten rng of Jun U ot and the b II llc rus lng of rm Nrelsen the team managed to upset Central T9 7 The Homecomrng game wrth Humboldt was a drs apporntrng one for the grrdrron men of Murray as they came out on the short end of a T9 7 scare Murrays sole tally was made by a pass from Jrm Ullyot ta Steve Frauenshuh a combrnatron that had proved successful all season lang After thrs defeat the boys acqurred a feerng ol slaughtcred Wrlson 386 Jrm Nrelsen was one of the ulstandrng players IIT thus gome prlrng up four touch downs to take th lead as hugh scorer rn the conference The n xt team to be trampled on by the Powerhousc Prlots was Hardrng as the Knrghts came out second bes rn a 33 l3 game Terry Newell who had been gornrnr good yardage all season hrt pay drrt by scorrng twrre .. 4, 1 .5 5 ,, Q A ' v ' ' , C falc' 'r lly ' u fl' e h' J . . . g . , U I . . in the game with Johnson. The Prlots entered the contest revenge which paid off in the next game when they - 5 f , t , tlnr, therr' le Hrrnrn- X f ' , - . ' ' 2 :tr 'r W, - . Th- ' rr, C ' ' ' , " V ' r - t t f-1 c 2 I bl c u , u 5- ' ' Art l or Frc ENS , and the C ' l m ,le . -1 c ' - lc ' V ' , u A - ' A ' re f ' ' , l 5 ll! A - . ' , ' ' V, L 9 gridmen clinch second in conference nielsen's going places Heading for long yardage Jim Nielsen skirts his right end instead of his usual bull like rushes at the opposition s line Murrays last game with Mechanic Arts was a struggle for a top conference spot. Murray again came out the winner with a score ot 7-O. Although the ligures were close, the Pilots out gained the Trainers 223 to 84 yards. Captain Jim Nielsen led the team with an average of 4,5 yards per carry, and Jerry Groebner kicked his eighth extra point of the year, The Pilots ended their season with a 5-lvl record, The championship was now between Murray and Johnson. Murray played a waiting game as Johnson tackled Central in what proved to be the championship contest. Johnson came out victorious and therefore won the championship with a 6-l record. When the All City team was announced Mur ray was represented with nine players Jim Nielsen and Jin Ullyot made the irst team Glenn Richards and Steve Frauenshuh made the econcl Bill Vvayne Bob Sands Jerry Groebner Tom Foster and Bob Ponek received honorable mention a squad s redoubtable warriors rofit row C rn r rv nn kchards f- , , . . ,V - ' I C - . - r 1 r r 1 . . . . , . I 0 - . : ezfzch Pena Rosini, Tan Mcfvale Ji Gffzya--rt Don Hzuge-, Art Jznitzor' Dai Slwslf-2, J. t N-else" Gif- i , T11 P 'W'-' J 'rs f.ri.'r, J ri' Tzuslf-,A ff-sz' Cairn Qcrpez' F-C ttfef ' Jerry P'c'f-ftz' fr vrfifiw, L nm-'i l'4'i'. GW, Spooner, Jules Moon Dave Krause, T " l'fr"'f l""'r lXl"f'N'Jll Bll rr'-rzrwfg Pon Sfirif1':w,t, Jin Swat-ft Ho 'wi Mele 9 ,rw Efzrfiurgh Bob Sfznriz, Stew Frfiuf- zhub U' fl 11 1 1-"VT UCL p'l"'P Pwr- K "'i Bll l.'1,f'i' J 1'- Sw Wirfitnv' Cfarui--r 9 kay, Srvirr, P1-rr, lznn'-'f, Da lN':1nf-rq T 51. ' fr ' ':,f,'t Cay M-l Sw St' zfi ,"t1r:l, 'fn ala. r' fy C n V7 P14 ve pulots defense sparkles Dan Shaules us about to tackle an um dentufled Johnson player The Pulcts dus played excellent detensuve alertness throughout the season lunuor varsuty shows promuse Clumaxung a successful season vvuth vuctorues ove Breck and St Agnes the uunuor varsuty showed plentu ot possubulutues for the tuture The team enuoyed the largest turnout un Murray hus tory The squad played a tull conference schedule and took on addutuonal games vvuth St Agnes Breck and S P A The squad opened the season by deteatung the some excellent passung made the score l4 6 Mustakes a crutucal tumes spelled out defeat as the Pulots lost to Humboldt St Agnes Johnson and Mechanuc Arts Mur ray and Wulson un a detensuve battle came out dead locked un a scoreless tue Coach George Rose named the tollovvung as stand outs un thus season s play Duck l-lulmanovvsku Bruce John son Bob Jensen Fred l-latzl Duck Carlson Doug Peters Wayne Neulsen Vlayne Duesslun Front row Tam Mazzutello manager Warren Duesslun John l-taken en Ed Turu Jum Duncan Gary Nuemczyk Jum Jannett Dave Nelson Peter Aus Curt Smuth Dean Van DeWalker 5 Bob Burkholder Jerry Treuchel Wayne Duesslun Jerry Schoeller Gary Olson Bruce Kenda'l Dave Chrustenson Roger Gornmel Steve Sweetland Ron Wethommer Muke Gordanuer John Norman 9 Ken Weuhrauch Bob Jensen Vuc Smuth John Schraller Wayne Nuelsen Fred Hott Torn Weber Dave Zoru Ken Marrusan Tam Roan Duck Hulmanowsku Craug Wetherbee . Roger Robef Tom Quam Verne Comstock Dennus Johnstone Doug Peters Terry Ubel Lance Raygor .left Peterson Nuck Stenglus Bob Hanalln Jerr Glaeve Duck Ott rness Page twelve ' I O I O I Breck Mustangs on the Murray tueld. Good tackling and Tom Guam, John l-lakensen, Ed Turi, Jerry Glaeve, tcmkmen capture third in city Front row: Torn Salmon, Roger Sargent, John Freeman, Peter Arny, cagp.aln, Gary Olson, Tim McArdle, Lyle Slifer, Karl Borgeson 9 Bill Torgcrson Jan Sarneclcr, .lohn Healy, Albert Stoskopf, Norm Olson, Bruce Kendall, Jim White, Chuck Gronberg, Jerry Glaeve, Tim Tousley, Howard Mrelke Murray tankmen enjoyed one of their best seasons in many a year as they won seven out of their eight meets losing only to Wilson s city champs The Pilots started out their season by swamping Mechanic Arts 64 l2 Harding 43 34 Johnson 55 22 Humboldt oO l7 Central 42 33 Washington ol l4 but Wilsons champs then defeated the Pilots 57 20 The team vvon the season s tlnale by beating Monroe 56 lo The city meet was next for the Pilots who captured third place, Pete Arny, lone senior on the team, won first n the diving event Jan Sarnecla and Bruce Kendal placed second in the 200 yd freestyle and lOO yd breast strolce respectively Th ZOO yd medley relay and the QOO yd freestyle relay brought thirds and Al Stoslcopf and Bell Torgerson took a third and a hfth in the lOO yd freestyle respec tively Losing only Peter Arny the team has expectattons for a great season next year cross country makes third spot The harriers started the season by beat ing Johnson l5 44 low score wins Th Pilots toolc the top hve positions in thrs meet with Stan McFarlin Jim Arndt Norm Olson Jim Otto and Jack Kollmer sweeping th field ln the meet with Alexander Ram ey Stan McFarlin flnished the race with a beau tiful sprint and managed to place a hal second ahead of Ramseys Dave Van Den Boom Although Murray captured tlrst place the meet went to Ramsey The boys from Central upset the Pilot ha riers lf? 39 Murray racked up tts second fvin of the season by defeating Humboldt lf? 65 M rray placed ll th city meet lr clinching the number three spot The tean also made a good showing in the regional meet by ending up in ftth place The prediction on the outcone of rrx year S Schedul are dimmed slightly with tl' loss of three seniors Stan M Fo lin ar Grertson and George Tselos V Mly . . , . . . , , I . r . , , , . ' , ' , - , G ' . ' . A I - I - 1 V ! ' I . , . . . , . 4 . . , - 1 0 1 , I . . F , s ' Q ' ' C I u we in e ' by . . .J X . . X, - , ' ' S t tif ' E 1 l 'P' Front raw: Kev' r' .C'rsz", Bon l"a:':, K :V Bofq-Ascn S":'t MiF'1'l 'W Cv" Cv'-'til' C r C l ' JL" cred Cnucl B':zeff't Clmzl 'f.::'x'. Gravy' Ts'-le: sic, Kgtnrr-r .rr Qrw CCTC Lv' :rw Bwclf-' ri Pug'-' G-':'r"rf-rr Ee-nun, rr Porn'-ra, T-fr, '- 'ir' Prt f ' 'f Jn 43rm ,xgtlrt t P-t-rggr' Bl' P127 ,rr Arid' basketball team wins first district For the hrst time in Murray's history, the basketball team won a District i5 championship. They gained this distinction by defeating Johnson, Humboldt, and Vvilson in the three games of the district playoffs. The game against Wilson was unquestionably the most exciting ond crucial of the series. The Pilots and Redmen, city co-champs, battled nip- ond-tuck through most of the game. The game wasn't decided until the last minute with the Pilots winning -45-43. Einar Gustavson was Murroy's high scorer in this game with l5 points, followed by Bill Wayrie with l3. As District champs, the Pilots entered the Region 4 playoffs. Murray met Montgomery in what proved to be an exciting clash. The game was tied 49-49 at the end of the game, but the spirited Pilots pulled the game out in the overtime period 5553. Murray's string ol victories was tinally broken when the Red Wing team overpowered the Pilots to win the Region championship. Starting the season as a young and underrated team, the Murray quintet progressed steadily throughout the season to end up as co-champions of the city conference, District l5 Champions, and as runner-up of Region 4. After a somewhat mediocre record in non-conference games, the Pilots faced Wilsoit, a pre-season favorite, in Jim Ullyot Murray s consistent guard drives around a Monroe defender to score two more points for the team as they beat the Green Wave 62 25 O Einar Gustavson waits for the precise moment to go up for his favorite lump shot in the Mechanic Arts game O Play maker Carl Giertson is about to set up one of the Pilot forwards as he skirts the defense of the Central team in the Pilots only lo ing tilt Fog l Ea ,f 1' , . , . . . I 1 , ' - l I I 1 S . c- czurieirt championship in school's history senior squad their first conference game The Pilots come out victorious 54 50 un on excutung overturn tult Cc1rlGIertson Bull Wayne ond Einar Gus tavson sparked the team by hitting lo l5 and I4 points respectively Carl Glertson led the team un the Central game with l8 points but this wasnt enough as the Minutemen overpowered the Pilots 55 47 Selected to represent St Paul an the Twm City Game the Palots met Minneapolis Roose velt one ofthe top teams In the state Murray mode o good showing the Hrst halt being only four points behind at half time However Roosevelt s superior height and bench strength proved too much tor the Pilots to overcome as they were downed 55 32 During conference ploy the Murray quun tet was victorious over Mechanuc Arts 62 54 Monroe 62 25 Woshrngton 7l 50 Harding 55 38 Humboldt 47 88 ond Johnson 52 48 Bob Sands Bull Wayne Ennor Gustovson Curl GI rtson Bob Lundsay Jnm Ullyot I rn Mozzrtello mgr 9 Conch George Rose Dennis Srebold mqr Terry Newell Steve Frcxuershuh Jack Stclngrnber Chuck Nelson Doug Kluge Bob Surnu lson Ron Sand qu st Chuck Brrssett Surn Stclzlg rngr young pilots possess height and finesse Besides garnlng valuable experience the Junaor Var stty Cagers captured cr conference record of 5 wins ond 3 losses The Pilots played theur best game of the season against Wilson Al Vuehl and Art Johnson sparked the team to victory over the lst place Redmen by hitting lo pornts apiece The team ended the season by defeating Washington 50 48 rn the second overtime period The I ng strrdung Murray center Bull Wayne puts U rf-n Dressln may rr Jrson Dck H mfmefvskt Br: humself rn positron for one of his scoring plays and 1 Don Nixburq An sow 9 Cr cn leaps upwards to slip nn two more points an this crucual ! ehl ss 4- on game Tgm M011 ellO mqr Page fftee I . , F . . . . 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E I. t n pucksters record second In conference ploy Assnstung goalne Bull Panst an turmng away an Edmno thrust are Jtm Arndt Dave Krause Quentin Perfect and Jerry Groebner Murray s defense ltrnnted the Edma team to 4 shots throughout the whole game For the tlrst tame slnce T951 the Murray Pllots reached the State Hockey Tournament Hard skating and determuned play gained Murray the Twun Cnty runner up title and a berth In the State Tournament representtng Reguon l Two Murrayltes earned places an the All Clty Hockey Team Wmg George Brnggs who led the team all season long and Quentrn Perfect whose 'ine defensive play helped stymne the Pnlots foes all season Jerry Zell ner was named to the All State team for has flne play at center during the State Tourna ment The Twln Cnty runner up game was a bug hurdle ID the Pilots path The team played one of thear best games ofthe season as they defeated Roosevelt 3 O Quentnn Perfect s slap shot at the beglnnnng was the tart of a thrnlllng nlght putting the Pilots ahead l O George Briggs the star ofthe game gave the Pllots two more for Insurance and the boys rolled unto the State Tournament Drawing for the flrst round an unheralded Roseau team the Pnlots were defeated 5 l as they were bllnded by the machtne like Roseau offense Rollynng after the tournament open Quentnn Perfect George Brlggs Jim Arndt Jerry Groebner John Hankensen Bull Pcnst Jerry Zellner Jnrn Zavoral Doug Wllkne Dan Shaules 9 Steve Magnuson Ben Pomeroy Llndell Hess Jurn Nelson Phll Bowman Tom Pavel Terry Wtlltoms Dave Krause Tom Foster Bull Freeborg ' Jerry Protexter Mgr Coach Bernard Brodertck Mtlo Peterson mgr Page snxteen O 0 0 1 I 1 1 1 . . , . . , 4 1 h - c 1 1 -7 1 1 1 I . l fight way to state tournament berth George Brlggs charges the Jchnson goal rn an attempt to set up a scorrng play George conslstent all season long received AllCnty honors for hrs ettorts er the Pnlots completely dommated thenr next game wuth So St Paul as they won 3 O A sophomore Iunuor and senlor scored IH thus tnlt Lrndell Hess followed by Jerry Graebner scored after Jerry Zellner enlor led the way Bull Panst was a stand out as he stopped all Packer thrusts An Inspired team went Into the consolatlon game and outplayed the Ednna Mornungslde team only to lose by a 2 l score Jerry Zellner o standout during the tourna ment tled the score before the clo e of the peruod Durung the econd perlod an Edtna player scooped up a loo e puck skated In on goalie Paust and scored Murray played like fury In the tlnal stanza only to be stopped by the beautlful performance ot the Edlna goalue Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray prlot tallres Washsngton Wllson Johnson Monroe Hardlng Mechanic Arts Humboldt Central Jerry Zellner evades a Green Wave de fender as he skates toward the Monroe goal to try for a score The game was a defensuve battle wrth Monroe edgnng the Pllots l 0 Page seventeen I Edina got a goal early in the first period but 3 ' O 5 ' 2 l 2 O l 3 ' l 2 ' 2 2 O l lunlor varslty takes fourth place 6? '33 'XJ QQ The lunlor varslty hockey team coached by Mr Alex Heron had a fine season as they capped fourth place an the cxty with a flve wan three loss record The pucksters held Central and Monroe to shutouts of 5 O and 2 O re spectuvely whsle allowxng only one goal In each of thelr next three games as they beat Mechanic Arts 6 T Wash mgton 5 T and Wnlson 3 l In theur last three games they were beaten by Johnson TO Hardmg 31 and Humboldt 7 2 The squad s scormg punch lnne consusted of Jerry John son at center Bull Landis and Chuck Maas In wang pos: Front Row Ed Jarosch C.Jrt Smxth Jmm Duncan ary Nlemczyk Peter Aus Dave Nelson Al Bengamun ' Coach Alex Heron Ste e Sweefland Jerry Trerchel Ron Wetham mer Tom Roan Jlm Walls Herb Crommett John Preda Bull Bartlett Ed Turn ' Chuck aas B ll Landrs Douq Krause Curt Hoard Duck Wales Jerry Johnson Jnm Pe terson Jules Moor QM tions wlth Doug Krause and Curt Hoard on defense Turnung rn conslstently good performances IU the nets was Duck Wlles In non conference games the Pilots played Mounds Vnew twnce wnnmng 3 l and 2 O Mahtomedu was de feated by Murray twice 6 O and 7 T and the Junlor Pnlots topped St Paul Academy 5 l In the five games they out cored their foes 23 3 The lunror pucksters will help supplement a seasoned A squad next year pressmg forward Jlm Zavoral finds the go mg rough In the Humboldt game as he trres to work forward to set up a score Page elghteen o o o C - - - A I , ' ' , ' , G I , M , i U , 1 1 ' , v 7' ,Q ' ' t- i 7 tr J 'Y .L J ' 'R' w., J 'Q . 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I - - ' - ' I ' . . . . . . - - I - I - 4 - 1 - : . s - . - - - - - 11 11 , . . x- . - , . r - u ""fW'?""' , , 1 A Q, at fs A i, tit -.K young team looks Front row Jim Alexander Roger Pearson Jim Flueck Gary Johnson Roger Quammcn Tom Becklorden Dave Mayer Coach Thomas Thompson ' Gordon Lothson Mike Gordanier Dave Magnuson Chuck Smith Roger Leppla Chuck Flatten Bruce Kuettner Chuck Roth enthusiasm in Intramurals An extensive intramural program again at tracted many varsity and non varsity Murray athletes Basketball again proved to be the most popular ot the sports ottered The tour teams that were organized included the Magoos the Dunkers the Universe Stumblers and the Pea Pickers The teams played weekly on Wednesday nights under the supervision ot their coach Mr Bernard Broderick The seniors dominated most ot the teams with Jim Nielsen Kevin Johnson and Mike Scott leading th league as high scorers Warming up during 1 wo kout sane ot the setiors display ther ta ents L tt to right are i cott Lee n cet oe r in aid Ro FV lcingley toward the future The muscular chalkmen ot Murray did a tlne iob in the '56-'57 season as they Hnishecl in the first division ofthe city conference with a 4-2 record and compiled an llfri record tor the whole season. The fast starting team ran up two straight victories over Humboldt and Wilson. Central was the Pilots' next toe, but the team was not in top shape tor this game. ln practice Perry Lonnes captain and high scorer of the team broke his arm This was a blow to the team as Perry was sidelined tor the rest ot the season The Central boys went on to win the match from a let down Murray squad Extra work was the order at the day and the boys made it two more one from Wilson and one from Washington They lost their last game to l-lardings champs Murrays coach was Mr Thomas Thompson Page ri r-et er 0 o o 4 r rl . . . l U ll r' Q 'r l s. 6 ' Mke S , ,J S y l,',J el Kfrlr i Q4 alll golf and tennis teams hold opposite records Q0 Winning flve and losing three the Murray golfers placed fourth IU the strong cnty conference Bull Sands a sensor led the team by recordlng low scores all season Shownng great prom: e as future golf stars were Terry Beclqorden and Carl Glertson The team beat Wrlson Washington lvlechanuc Arts Monroe and Humboldt but were set back by the powerful teams of Central Johnson and Hardung Lg Carl Glertson Terry Beclqor den Bull Sands Bob Sands Don Moffatt Larry Vlehl Roger Abrahamson Mr Clarence Ful mek coach l'el1l1IS Tackling o rough schedule last sea on the roclcetmen came out wxth a three wun fnve loss record The Pilots were ylctoruous over Wilson Humboldt and Mechanic Arts but they were defeated by the other members ofthe conference The Pilots were considered a hard luck team b cause thre of therr losses were determuned by only one pount Berdon Finger John Thoennes and Jam Zavoral led the team on the sungles and Larry Freeborg and Bull Snodgrass starred In the Berdon Fmger Jlm Zavoral Lee Snyder Bull Snodgrass Jan Sarneclu ' Bradley Pass John Thoennes Bull Wayne Larry Free borg Ken Barnes Mr Bernard Broderxck coach Page twenty l It ' . . . , C ,K w ,V , - I , , . I Inf xlrllrll K L' doubles. AL 'Vit Y,-ff' 'L yllaflll A ll' il yf,'-if lr .r J l T 1 'F T I QV Bruce Kuettner Duck Hnlmanowskl Art Johnson Bernie McCall Chuck Bassett Gary Olson ' Al Vuehl Jerry Groebner Jnm Grayden Harvey Rolol? Bob Pavel Bob Larson Gordon Hemmlng . Robert Rutter coach Torn Foster Gerald Nelson Pneter Van Zanden Make Scot Jerry Zellrer baseball heroes stage llvely The diamond men of Murray wound up the l956 season wnth a three wtn flve loss record guvtng them a flfth place tue wuth Monroe Losses were due to unttmely errors but when the team fielded the ball well It showed nsark d Improvement on their whole game Murray s flrst conference game was a closely played contest IH whlch errors spelled doom for the Murray boys as Washtngton was able to defeat the Ptlots 4 l Jam Nuelsens clever bose runnlng ganned Murray a urprtsung vtctory over Central Jam exclted the Central pttcher by dancsng down the basepath towards home plate Thus caused the pttcher to balk enablung Nielsen to score The contest could be labeled a freak as the C ntral pxtcher hurled a no hut ball game and lost Jerry Zellrer gave a good account of hmmself as he patched a two hut ball game After the Central contest the Ptlots went after Hardlng who was consndered a tntle contender For the hrst sux nnntngs at looked as If there was an upset nn the our as the Pilots led 3 2 The Hardlng Kntghts then pulled the aame out of the flre In the stxth and seventh unnungs and went on to wan by an 8 3 score Ennar Gustavson pushed the Ptlots to theur early lead as he gathered two huts In three times at bat The Pllots won thetr second game of the season beatung Mechanic Arts 7 6 The Murray team counted sux bug runs tn the flrst unntng but then had to watt untul the last half season take fifth place of the snxth tnnung to push across the wlnnlng score Jerry Groebner had a fine day at the plate as he pounded out three huts nn hus three tumes at bat Another pntchtng duel was the order of the Hnal game as Jerry Zellner hurled a three hut ball game and Bernie McCall collected three huts In five times at bat to spear head the Murray attack over Johnson 3 2 The scores of the Murray games were Murray I Wash lngton 4 Murray 2 Wtlsono Murray l Central O Murray 7 Mechanic Arts 6 Murray 3 Hardlng 8 Murray l Monroe 5 Murray l Humboldt 4 Murray 3 Johnson 2 in-if '3 x 5 J4- I A 4 l fav' rr aff , , , , , , , t I 1 f f 5 f f O I --I . . . . . 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Murrays trackmen duplicating last years record by winning two and losing two were led down the cinder paths by Floyd Bedbury Russ Williams and Stan McFar lin who won their events un every conference meet In the Central Wilson Washington and Hardlng meets Bedbury took flrsts in the mile McFarlin took tlrsts in the half mile and Willnams swept the first places in the low The Prlots opening their season against Central s de tending champs were given quite a Iolt as they ran against the Mlnutemens perennial iron wall and were downed 78 35 Still smarting from their defeat at the hands ot Central a determined squad went out and beat a good Wilson team by a 63 49 score Murrays third dual meet of the season was the most convincing as the Pilots ran against an undermanned Washington team and triumphed by a 75V2 37V2 vlctory The Knlghts ot Harding then stepped up and gave the Pilots a startling setback as they won by a surprising honors In meets carnlval 595 735 score The City Relay Carnival was held a week after the Murray Washington contest and the Pilots entered the hugh stepping two mile race with a relay team consisting ot Floyd Bedbury Howard Mnelke and Bob Cheatham This relay team won and un so doing came withm one second of the city record The team again repeated their Carnival Consistent point getters forthe Pilots were Bob Alexander who ran the lOO and 220 yd dashes and also participated on the relay team Bob Wells who partlcipated in the broad gump and also ran on a relay team Howard Mielke who ran on the two mile relay team and IS a promising mller Coach Thomas Thompsons team lost four top flight sensors as Ru s Williams Floyd Bedbury Bob Wells and Bob Alexander graduated A large junior varsity group promises to give the team the added strength whrch will be needed in 57 a squad roster Front row: Howard Mielke, Stan McFarlin, Floyd Bedbury, Russ Williams, Bob Alexander, Bob Wells, Bob Cheatham ' John Quam, Merle Mcliillips Larry Bies, Jack Steingraber, Jim Ullyot, Bob Lindsay, Bob Christensen, Steve Frauenshuh, Norm Olson 9 Thomas Thompson, coach. Page twenty-two trac men garner In lvl ua k ' cl' 'cl l C . hurdles. , last year's record by taklng a credited third in the Relay russell williams murray track ace Showing the winning form which enabled him to break the hurdle record of the city Russ Williams effortlessly takes another one in his stride. Russ ran both low and high hurdles during the season but had better luck in the low hurdles as he finished first in that event in every meet. lunlor varsity has potential power Coach Thomas Thompson s rumor varsnty track team gave a good account of themselves as they earned a l l record in their conference meets by beating Humboldt losing to Monroe and then taking fifth place In the city meet Jules Moor garnered a first place in the broad lump Tom Wrllet took a second an the 220 yd dash and Al Stoskopf and Chuck Maas took thirds in the hugh lump and mule respec tively I Front row Chuck Flotten Bob Abraham Jules Moor Ken Morr son Don Houge Dick Carlson Pete Kung Jerry Ofterson Tom Rudy ' Bob Hanafln Al Stoskopt Jim Tousley Gordon Pearson Tom Roan Willard Cecchr Dick Jensen Russ Smlth ' Jack Dainty Tom Weber Frank Storm Tom Salmon Chuck Maas Tom Wrllet Page twenty three oo , I 0 0 0 0 ,... . . . 1 . -l I , I . . r l 9 qi- 'CP' Taking a little time out for relaxing lust before starting In on their busy year of planning and participating in their various sports and activities are the GAA sport heads and the executive board First Row Judith Thompson Jacqueline Roan Sharon Gredvig Sylvia Borgeson Laurelli Koran 9 Martha Rogness Carole Hallen Sharon Hovda Nancy Manning Barbara Wooding O Carol Borgeson Betty White Hermene Nelson Kathy Doeltz O Susan Wllke Joan Johnson Verene Busch gaa sets all time record for participation Be it soccer swimming basketball or softball the GAA iGirls Athletic Associationi is always eager to participate in the after-school sports' program. Murray's feminine pop- ulation learns early in the freshman year that perfect attend- ance is the essential factor in obtaining a school or All-City letter. ln order that an individual might receive a letter, she must first achieve the 1,000 or l,500 points needed respec- tively, for the school and All-City letters. Higher than ever was the participation for this year. Record breaking sports were bowling with 200 and basket- ball with l25 in attendance. Ping-pong was not far behind with 95. ln the fall, soccer and horseback-riding were in the lime- Page twenty-four light but archery held the attention of ,ome. Although it wasnt really popular, many were interested in learning. Sacn everyone's interest came inside for the winter, with the magority of GAA members finding themselves busy with basketball, Ping-pong, and tumbling. Skating, for those few hearty souls that could brave the cold, was possible when there was adequate ice. With the competition of bowling at the Midway YMCA, girls still found time for volleyball and swimming at the Midway YMCA. After a short rest, spring hurries in bringing softball and tennis. Although tennis is quite new in the GAA sports program, the interest is extremely high. 47" Wuth therr wund brown haur and therr frost nrpped noses the followrng GAA gurls are enloymg skatmg regardless ofthe freezrng wrnter weather Having some dumculty stayrng on theur feet at trmes seems to be a rather omuslng problem to Sharllyn Lange Joan Trmm Betty Lauerer Annette Natuon Beverly Barnes Glorla Gayman Sue Watkins Carole Steen Susan Wrlke Mor rlyn Knudson Elalne Sather m gurls athletic program membership All through the year this group IS actrve IH va lou nccr the supervrsuon o Mrs Patrrcla Frutsche t r huttons rn the tall The GAA sponsored the St Pats W If Thr ofllcers Jr quelune Roan presrdent Laure I cnce O trtled the Blarney Bcll 1 rt ann 1 Karan vncr presrdent Judrth Thompson recordtng secre p Cmc IIT the sprmg ta y Sylvua Borgeson secretary Sharon Gredvrg treas urer start the game up, up, up Thats the way to do rt exclalms Elrzabeth Kaufmann Jumpmg her hnghest rn hopes that she might succeed IU as she watches Katherme Lembke try to untongle the Prng helpmg her team wan IS Barbara Barnum lmpatrently wart pong net as they set up the tables and all the equipment :ng forthe ball to come down are Judrth Wulberdung Bonnie Joan Knlppenberg stands watchlng them opprovrngly Marsh and Coleen Krebs D I ' .-QJ' ' f , . , , , . , 5 , -V C t Q N x , 5 f 3 'x - 3 K K 4 H .V . ma ' If v. I . - ' .i 1 , t K: if 'N' . I 5 , , . - ' I I . I I . I I I I I I I I - , . . Q ' I . " 4, ' ' 1" r' s Ul' gm l . " ' 1, hx events, Board members planned and sold homecoming CAA has had an outstanding year, Outstanding leaders ' . . ' of Q ' - rc , ' , N' 1 ell' D1 ,,n' x,"and hid's url ,' ,'f ' ',,g ' ,, f . . . .I ' F I . A I . I A J . 4 l l I l K ltr l Il I ' II ' ' ' ' ' ' I 125 Q ' I . ?'f. 2- bf' P, .M iw? :fy GUS! ,f V S 115' 1.2.1 , xL,g . Q-E? J,-7. fuk-'R f iw sg ,iw vs ..--4' wma ff'-rffqttfw' ff . if 'Qu P N 4 Sr SfL,' . ,,,gvQ,,,,t,,, .bp .Air-gl-..-,j,.-. vw. -2, W9 Ji 1 +1 ,MYA , L X , . . 11- 3 if' '-XM .W .. 0, x M .. xt X. X Vx az. . E1 X g w UNH 01'Hl!U Q 5 '0lIOD jp 0' man' "Mull" NMA- A j '., 1 1 f xr' -0-.-.., S--Q Looking pleosed over The selecTion of books boughT by The librdry during Book Week ore Murroy's English Teochers, Miss Mabel SurroTT, Mr. Edvvord DoTko, ond Miss Mciry Heoly. Cornnwenhng on The qucilily of The illus- ll'ClTlOliS in The books ore Miss Donci Edlund, Miss Grace Mockey, ond Mr. Mourice Schniid. Heoding The English depcirTnienT c1T Mur- rciy This yeor is Miss SurroTT, MeeTings ol The group ore held oT interyols, ond The selecTion ond purchose of new books is one of The yeor's big underTokings, 4, f Nw '0 symbols of learning Toking ci breok in ci busy doy's c1cTiyiTies ol Tcoclers' rneeTings dvd overseeing The school's business, ore Mr. Leslie Tripp, principol, ond Mr. Rolph Engebrefscn, ossisTonT principol. Mr. Tripp hos been oT Murroy Tour yecirs, while Mr, Er1gebreTson hos reTurned To Murroy ofTer on cibsence of Tour yecirs. To sTudenTs ond Teochers, boTh rnen cire conf sidered wise counselors ond sincere Triends. SporTs ore enjoyed by both, ond no gonie is cornpleTe vviThouT our "bosses" in The cheering secTion. "Aren'T we reloxed'?" These Teochers seein To be osking. When posing Tor This picfure, The group de- cided ThoT iT vvos o brighT ideo To enioy o liTTle lull from on oTherwise very busy doy. The Truth is Thc1T iT is hord To End ony of This group not over Their heocls in Work, Secned ore: Miss McirgcireT Glenn, iourncilisni ond English, Miss Volborg l-lelseTh, business, Miss Eleonor STeelsrniTh, business, STc1nding ore: Miss Florence VesT, English ond speech, Mr. Bill Ad- dison, English ond LoTin. Poge TwenTy-eight in the world of today "VVhat is it?" asks Mr. Clarence Fulirek, math- eznatics teacher and golf coach, ot Miss Margaret Paschke, also a irathematics instructor, vvho shows this strange geometric hgure to him. Miss Louise Pederson, mathematics, and Miss Louise Smith, the lady vvho leads the seniors through the maze of solid and trig, smile to themselves as they realize niany people are asking this question With the present emphasis on the need lor training in the field of science, these teachers feel an added responsibility to give students in- tensive training in mathematics. -A gg ' iigf ' lit . People, places, and things are ot interest to Mr, Charles Rogers, American history, Mr. John Mather, senior social studies, and Miss Virginia Fertig, vvorld history. Mr, Bernard Quinn, social science, Mr, George Rose, civics and basketball coach, and Miss Margaretta Ellsworth, social studies, are looking over ci map ol Europe. All ol these social studies teachers agree that their s,h,ects are of ,iital irrportance to the citizens ol tomorroxr, and that tire future ol Aniedca will he the rfobleiii ol the students ot today 21'-lf.-'it 111111 fy, , ,, .,, 74 iff? 477 .F Miss Marion Gratz, librarian, is showing a group of teachers Murray's fine record collection. Mr. Alex Heron, band cmd so- cial studies, and Mrs Helen McGeever, choir, are interested in the instrumental and vocal music vvhile Miss Marion Koch, Spanish and art, prefers the instructional recordings. Looking on are Mrs. Anne Fisker, home economics, and Miss Marie Darche, art. The library serves as the central spot tor much ot the material used by these in- structors. Anything from atoms to flowers is of in- terest to this foursome. They comprise Murray's science department, and they dwell in the school's area known as "Sci- ence Alleyf' Here Mr, Robert Ritter is showing the others a model of a flower. His room is filled with drawings and models that make teaching biology easier. Others in the pic- ture are Mr. Reno Rossini, chemistry teach- er, and Mr. Don Lindberg, physics instruc- tor. Mrs. Lucile Smith, who teaches chem- istry and general science, completes the group. they teach others as "Who wins this time?" questions Mrs, Patricia Fritsche, girls' physical education instructor as her hand is on top of the bat. With her are Robert Larson and Stan McFarlin, two seniors who are gym assistants to coach Thomas Thomp- son, track mentor and boys' physical education director. Laurelli Koran, a GAA officer helps Mrs. Fritsche. Both teachers are carrying very heavy class loads, and the help of interested seniors is appreciated. ln general, students are assigned definite class hours with the gym teachers. F A Two things always fascinate people, a steam shovel and a blow torch, Here, it is the latter as instructors watch senior Quentin Perfect oper- ate one in machine shop under the supervision of tvtr. Eugene Pose, his instructor, right. Giving a few comments concerning the job on which Quentin is working are Mr. Bernard Broderick, math and mechanical drawing, as well as Murray's popular hockey coach, and Mr. George Bergup, wood shop mentor, and the school's athletic director. Page thirty leaders of tomorrow The indispensables are here, and without them Murray would be lost. First there is guidance director Mr. James Palmer checking a tile with Mrs. Ruth Trost, clerk. This is a familiar scene every day. Mrs. Elizabeth Stalder, school nurse, and new to Murray this year, is looking at a Form 40 held by Miss Gladys Rose, guidance. The information interests Mrs. Betsy Barnes, clerk. Both Mrs. Trost and Mrs. Barnes, while keeping a most efticient office, also serve as members of an information bureau, for questions asked of them hourly by inquiring students. Murray's efhcient custodial staff takes a min- ute out of their busy day to pose for the camera. Mr. Marvin l-louse, chief custodian, suggested that he use the mop as a wig. Claiming that this is one of "our unusual days because there are no emergencies," Marvin proudly introduces the other members of his staflf. They are Mr. Charles Pantelis, Mrs. Amelia Mattson, Mr. Edward Ba- kula, and Mr. Sam Bollinger. Not pictured is Mr. Henry Curtiss. To all of the group each day brings calls for help, and no rob at Murray is complete without assistance from this auinte' pit, Q When the first lunch bell rings at eleven o'clock, the ladies in this picture are ready and waiting behind the cafeteria counter. Within seconds the line is moving as these efficient workers dispense chilliburgers, turkey dinners, pies, cakes, or ice cream. Here the preparations for lunch are in order as Mrs. Mary Griffin, cook, discusses the recipe with Mrs. Leona Newauist, Mrs. Lorraine Unten, Mrs. Ethel Agnew, and Mrs. Alice VanOrt, cafeteria manager. Not pictured here are Mrs. Ester Wilke and Mrs. Sabina Urbanski who came later in the year. T faint Roger Abrahamsan Yvonne Allen Ronald Anderson Barbara Barnum Terry Beclqardan Max Berc ABRAHAMSON ROGER Galll 2 3 It rl l 2 Sr Clos Treas Llbrary Club 3 4 Pnlot Sports Ed 4 Operetta 3 Qulll and Scroll ALLEN YVONNE Gurls Leaaue Eusuness Codettes Oltl e Force 4 ANDERSON RONALD Football 2 Track 2 lntraumuuas 3 4 Gym nastrcs3 ARHART DYANE Glrls League GAA l Supply S are 2 ARNY PETER Swrrnmlnq l 4 Capt 4 lntramu l 3 4 M Club Canteen Com Dromatnc Club 4 Sr Class Play AFS Scltolarsltnp 3 ARTH BARBARA Gnrls Leaque Rep 3 Busnness Cadettes Spanuslt Club 3 Grant Unuon Hugh School Sacramento Calltornua l 2 Dyane Arhart Peter Arny Barbara Arth Joanne Bres Lawrence Bres Sylvia Borgeson BARNUM BARBARA Gnrls Leaqee .lr Class Board GAA l 4 Leter Award 3 All Cnty Let er 4 Lnbrary Club 3 4 Rec Sec 4 Ouull 81 Scroll Murcurle Agent 2 Reporter 3 Pnlot Class Ed 4 Drama: Cu 234FTA34SrClass y KJORDEN TERRY Golf l 2 3 M Club l BERC MAX JOANNE G :ls L aque Rep l 2 Jr Cla S GAA l Board 3 Letter Award 3 All Cnty Letter 4 Qunll 81 Scroll Murcurte Reporter 3 Ptlot Co Ed nn Clwnef 4 Homecomlng Queen Candrdate Dramatnc Club 4 Band 2 3 4 Malorette 2 3 4 Letter Award 4 BIES LAWRENCE Student Councnl Rep l 2 Footballl 2 3 Track BORGESON SYLVIA Glrls Laque GAA l 4 S 4 Board 3 Letter Award 3 All Cnty Letter 4 Pllot Agent l 4 YTeens 3 4 eos 3 Gurl horus l ramatlc Club 3 4 d 4 Le waras 2 3 4 TA 3 4 V Pre 4 Ope etta Orch l thrs rs an eventful year for senrors rn whrch BREN JAMES Murcurle Reporter 3 Clwour 4 BRIGGS GEORGE Hockey 2 3 4 lnttamuralsl 2 M Club 3 4 BRINK GERALD lntromurals l BRINKMAN KAREN Glrls Leaque GAA l Busrne 5 Cadete Nur curse Aqent 3 YTeens 3 4 Chou 2 4 Operetta 2 4 Octet 4 Girls Chorus l Dramatic Club 3 4 TA 3 4 S annslt Club l James Bren George Brrggs Gerald Brnnk 41'- an l Page tnnrty two BROOKINS LOUISE Glrls Leaque GAA l 4 B :ld 3 Le v Award 4 Prlot Aqent l Canteen Com Sec Treas YTeens 3 4 our 2 3 O r ta 2 O Gtr Trro Muxed Chorus l Dramatnc Club 3 4 Program Chm 4 Eand l 2 Letter Award 2 Spanlsh Club 3 4 BURGESS DAVID Sr Class Play Karen Brrnkman Louuse Brooluns Davud Burgess r V I A I z if . 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Scroll Murcurte Reporter 3 Pnlot Actnvnttes Ed 4 Red Cross Rep 3 Operetta I 4 Dramatuc Club I 4 Treas 4 Sno Queen Candndate CARLSON RICHARD Student Counctl Rep 3 Track 4 Intramurals 2 Murcurte Agent 2 Pnlot Agent I Protectton Crew I 4 Sec Teas 4 Red Cross Rep I 2 Chotr 2 3 4 Asst Treas 4 Op r etta 2 3 4 FTA 4 Traffic Squad 2 3 4 Sr Class Play CHEATHAM AUDREY Gnrls League Jr Class Board GAA I 2 3 Bustness Cadettes Pres 4 Pnlot Aqent 4 Dramatic Club 3 4 FTA 3 Operetta Orch I 2 CHRISTENSEN ROBERT Football 3 Track 3 4 lntram als 3 S Class V Pres Murcurte Agent 2 Canteen Corn Dramatnc Club 3 4 VPres 4 Spantsh Clubl 2 Sr Class ay symbols of learning are ERICKSON BARBARA Gtrls L ague R p I 4 GAA I 4 Le Award 4 YTeens 3 4 Sec 3 Pres 4 Gtrls Chorus 2 Dramattc Club 3 4 FTA 3 4 Program Chm 4 Sr Class Pay FAHSL ,IEANNINE Gtrls League Rep 4 GAAI 4 Letter Award 3 AllCnty Letter 4 Qutll 8. Scroll Sec 4 Murcurue Aqent I Reporter 3 Feature Ed 4 Canteen Corn YTeens 3 4 VPres 4 Drarnattc Club 3 4 Band 4 Letter Award 3 4 FTA 3 4 Sr Clos a Operetta Orch I FALES GRFNVILLE Student Counctl Rep 3 4 Intramurals Class VPres Homecomtnq Mqr Sno Kung Candtdate Barbara Ertckson Jeannune Fahsl Grenvtlle Fales 3 r' Audrey Cheatham Randall Cheney Robert Chrtstensen Thomas Dumont Darlene Dupaul Howard Eulers COOK EILEEN Gtrls Leaque GAAI 2 Bustruess Cacettes Drarnattc Club4 Sr Class Play CLEMMONS DANIEL lntramuralsl Murcurte Agent I 2 3 DOW RONALD Footballl lntramuralsl 4 DUMONT THOMAS Student Councnl Rep 4 Golf 2 4 Ltbrary Club 2 3 4 VPres 4 Auxtltary Instructor 4 Qutll 8- Scroll Murcurte Agent I 2 Ptlot Clrculatnon Mgr 4 Canteen Corn Chotr I Oper a I FT 4 Trea DUPAUL DARLENF Gtrls Leaque GAA I 2 3 Bustness Cadet es OFlIce Force4 FTA3 EILERS HOWARD Lubrary Club 3 4 Prolectton Crewl Eandl FTA 4 Spontsh Clubl 2 4 mtermmglecl with the GILJE JOHN Student Counctl Rep 4 Ltb ary Club 2 3 4 Treas 4 Operetta I Chorus I GJERTSON CARL Football 2 Basketball I 4 Capt 4 Cross Country olf 2 4 M Club 3 4 VPres 4 Sr Class Board no Klnq GREDVIG SHARON Gtrls Leaque GAA I 4 Treas 4 Board 3 Lett Award 3 All Cnty Letter 4 Ptlot Agent 3 YTeens 4 Ban.: I 4 Treas 4 Letter Award 2 3 4 FTA 3 4 John Gllge Carl Glertson Sharon Gredvrg ta I KI A 'f -7 7 ' i it " Q: f ' . ,V XI? f , Q. - ' by I 1 , X! 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A fn ' 'mfg' ' ' Q I I L I ' f I . , A 6 V ,h Pc e tntrv, 'hr ,'-T ,Q Douglas Gronert Jerome Grove Joel Hr-tdrlts GRONERT DOUGLAS Proue ton Crew 2 GROVE JEROME Intramurals l 2 Pulot Agent 4 Red Cross Reo 2 HADRITS JOEL ChOlr2 3 4 Pres 4 Operettal 4 OCtet4 HAGEN MARCIA Gurls League Rep 3 GAA 3 4 Letter Award 3 Quull 81 Scroll VPres 4 Murcurue Co Ed un Chuef 4 Reporter 3 Dramatuc Club 3 4 Pres 4 FTA 3 4 Spanush Club 3 4 Sr Class Play Operetta Orch 3 0 xd Marcua Hagen Samuel Haroldson Joan Harveaux HAROLDSON SAMUEL Baseball Mgr 2 Class Pres Jr Cass Board Lubrary Club 3 4 Sgt at Arms 4 Canteen Com Pres 3 eretta 3 Dramatic Club 3 4 Band 2 3 4 Pres 4 Le Awords3 4 FTA 3 4 Boys State 3 Sr Class Pay Operetta Orch 2 Sno Kung Candudate Cleveland Jr Hugh School St Paul Mun nesoa l HARVEAUX JOAN Gurls League Rep 4 Business Codettes Sec 4 Dramatuc Club4 Sr Class Play splendor of homecomung, pep assemblues, class HAUGHT GARY Chow? 3 4 Operetta2 3 4 HERT ROSALIE Gurls League Sec 3 Pes 4 GAAI 2 3 Lubra y HAWKINS ANN Gurls League Bustness Cadettes Pulot Agent 4 Supply Store 4 Alexander Ramsey Hugh School St Paul Mlnnesota HEIDEMAN SHARON Gurls League Rep 4 GAA 3 4 Busuness matuc Club 3 4 FTA 3 Central Hugh School St Paul Mlnnesoa HINZE ROGER Lubrary Club 3 4 Quull 8. Scroll Murcurue Agent 4 Pulot Asst Busuness Mgr 4 Canteen Com Dromatuc Club 4 Monroe Hugh School St Paul Munnesoto l HEMMING GORDON Student Courcul 3 4 Ba eball 1 4 Football 2 lntramura 5 4 Gymnastucs 2 3 M Club 3 4 Red Cro s Rep 2 Gary Haught Larradune Hess 'S A 'X M I Page thtrty four Ann Hawkuns Sharon Heudeman Marulyn Hnlgeut Sharon Houseworth Club 2 3 4 Quull 8. Scroll Murcurte Reporter 3 Pulot Actuvutues Ed 4 Homecoming Queen Candtdate YTeens 4 Cnour 2 3 Operetta 3 Gurls Chorusl Dramatuc Club 2 3 4 Sec 4 FTA 3 4 Spanush Club2 3 4 Sec 3 HESS LARRADINE Gurls League Stucent Councul Rep l 2 GAA T 4 Board 3 Letter Award 3 Lubrary Club 2 3 4 Murcurue Agent4 YTeens3 4 Red Cross Rep 3 Band 2 3 4 Letter Awards 2 3 4 FTA3 4 Pres 4 OperetaOrch 2 3 4 HILGERT MARILYN Gtrls League GAA l YTeens 4 Office Force l 4 Gurls Chorusl HOUSEWORTH SHARON Gurls League GAA 2 Busuruess Cadettes Ptlot Typust 4 HURLEY JAMES Hockey 3 M Club 3 4 Murcurte Aqent 4 JACKEY KENNETH Washungton Hugh School St Paul Mtnnesoto JAHNKE JAMES Sr Class Play Roger Hunze Gordon Hemmung Rosalue Her! 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Scroll '50 ,ab R chord Korner Sandro Kellor Joel Kerlon KARNER RICHARD lntromurols 2 3 4 Lrbrory Club 3 4 Sponrsh Cubl 2 KELLOR SANDRA Grrls Leoque GAA 2 Busmess Codettes Mur curre Agent 2 Office Force 4 Chorr 2 3 Operetto 3 Grrls Chorus I Spomsh Club 2 3 4 Supply Store Asst Mor 3 KERLAN JOEL Homecomsnq Mgr Dramotlc Club 4 Sr Class Poy meetings, yearbook pictures, the skohng bond, KLOEK KENNETH Murcurle Aqent4 KOELLN GEORGANN Grrls Loquc GAA I 4 Busn Cooetfes Qu II Sr Scroll Murcurle Reporter 3 Typist 4 Pllot Co d RedC oss Rep I 2 K AN LAURELLI Gurls Leoque Rep I 2 S udertt Council G A I 4 VPres 4 Leter Aword 3 AIlCuty Letter 4 Board 3 Q :I 81 Scroll Murcurre Aqent 2 3 Reporter 3 4 Adv Nqr 4 Plot Adv Mqr 4 Con een Corn Red Cross Rep 2 Sno Queen Crmrlrdo 6 KRAMER CAROL Grrls Leoque GAA I Qull 8- Scroll Murcurre R ortrr 3 4 Exchr nqe Ed 4 Sponush Club I KROONA MARY LOU Glrls Leoque GAAI 2 Qull 8- Scroll M url Ort r v r Pllo A v M r 4 FT KRUEGER JANET Grls Lerlque Bu Codettos Qull 81 Scroll urcurn A r Forcc Kenn th Kloek Georgonn Koelln Laurell: Koron Koren Kulenkomp Roger Langley Robert Larson nv' if? KULENKAMP KAREN Gurls Leogue GAA I 4 Letter Aword 4 Lrbrory Club 3 4 Pres 4 Quull 8. Scroll Murcurre News Ed 4 Re p rter 3 Prlot Aqent I 2 3 Cholr 2 Dromotxc Club 2 3 4 EIA 3 Sr Closs Ploy LANGLEY ROGER Sr Closs Boord Intromurols 4 Assocnote Member Lubrory Club 4 Drornotuc Club 4 AFS Exchonge Student 4 Krnq Edward s School for Boy s Fave Woys Enqlond I 2 3 LARSON VIRGINIA Grrls Leogue Rep 2 GAA3 Busuness Codettes Chorr 2 3 Operettu 2 3 Girls Chorus I FTA 3 LEE JAMES Student Councnl Rep 3 4 Intromurols I Soph Coss Board Prolectron Crew I 4 V Pres 4 Red Cross Rep I Sponush Club 2 LESTER TERRY Qulll 8. Scroll Murcurue Adv Mqr 4 Reporter 3 P lor Alf Mqr 4 Prorectron Crew 3 Chorr 3 4 Operetto 3 4 ITA 3 Storr Force 3 Wrlson Hrqh School St Poul Mrnnesoto I 2 Carol Kramer Vvrgunuo Larson iv' Mory Lou Kroono JCITIES lee rry Lester Janet Krueger 2 C77 Q ,d 9, Ng 'I w-I Puge thrrty hw: -p 'G 0 . 9 ,I c :I-' J . 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Snr ll rcurre Agent I Repor er 3 Prlot Actr r as El 4 YTee Chorr 2 3 4 Operetta 3 4 Grrls Chorus I Accompanrst 4 MCCULLEY KATHLEEN Grrls Leaque GAA 3 Lrbrary Crub 2 3 4 Dramatrc Club 3 FTA 3 4 Sr Class Play MCFARLIN STANLEY Track I 4 Crcss Ccuntry 3 4 IntrarnJralsI M Cu I 4 Treas 4 Prorectron Crew MELOY SHARON Grrls League GAA I Q Eusrness Cadettes V Pres 4 Murcurre Agent I Otllce Force 4 Chorr 2 3 Operetta 3 Grrs Chorus I MILLMAN LANA Grrls League Rep 4 YTeens4 Chorr4 Operetta 4 Octet 4 Grrls Trro 4 Dramatrc Club 4 Sno Queen Candrdate Eveleth Hrgh School Eveleth Mrnnesota I 2 3 senror play, scholarshrps, basketball champronshrp, MINGO BARBARA Grrls League St .lo ephs Academy St Paul Mrnnesota I 2 3 MOFFAT ROBERT Football Q 3 M Club 2 3 4 Lrbrary Club 3 4 Spanish Club2 3 Treas 2 MUNSON KAREN Grrls Leaque GAAI DrarnatcClub 3 4 FTA4 Sr Class Play NELSON JUDITH G rls L aque Student Caun l Rep I Ex cu rx B ard 2 Sec 3 V Pres 4 Soph Class Treas GAA I 4 Board 3 Letter Award 3 Qurll 8- Scroll Murcurre Crrculatron Mar 4 Asst Barbara Mrngo Robert Moffat Karen Munson xdr C7 Page thrrty sax 3 Homecornlnq Queen Red Cross Rep 2 Dramatrc Club3 4 Band I 4 VPres 4 Letter Awards 2 3 4 FTA 3 4 Operetta rch NELSON KATHERINE Grrls League Student Cauncrl Rep 2 Chorr 2 3 Operetta Q 3 Chorr Accompanrst 3 Grrls Chorus I Dramatrr Club 4 FTA 3 4 Sr Cla s Play Operet a Orch 3 NIELSEN JAMES Student Councrl Rep I 2 3 Baseball I 2 Football n ra M Club 3 4 Sno Krnq Can date Jud th Nelson Katherrne Nelson James Nrelsen . fe .2 4 .. up AN if ny an ,Q , , '3 ja i In 1 -fin gy Q5 , I V ' 'T QPU' . , ml Q A 1 x I I , P I D ll , gy 'la 5 .A f 1 Q 4, yr A ig 1 -2 1 r My? tr I 'V pl I . 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T 39 Carcl Oaluns Robert Panel: Gary Paulson Mary Peterson OAKINS CAROL Grrls Leoque Proqrarn Chrrr 4 Student Counctl Rep 4 Sr Class Board GAA I 4 Board 3 Let er Award 4 Qutll 81 Scroll Nu curte Aqent I 2 Reporter 3 Pnlot Gtrls Spcrts Ed 4 Canteen Corn YTeens 4 Dramatuc Club 3 4 Bond I Q FIA 3 4 Spantsh Club I 2 CheerIeo4er 2 3 4 Capt 4 Opersta Orch I 4 Sno Queen Condtdote EK ROBERT F otball 2 3 4 Intram I 3 4 M Club Sat atArms 4 Qutll 8- Scroll Murcurte Reporter 3 Sports Ed 4 Student Councul 4 PAULSON GARY Eartdl 2 Staqe ForCe4 4 Letter Awards 2 3 PER ECT QUENTIN Baseball I 2 3 Hockey 2 3 4 Co Ccpt 4 I rarnurals I 2 u 3 4 Sno Knq Ca d 1 PETERSON DONALD L-la My 51 a : m .. 'u ro n -1 0. o :I c ro :a 5 'U fu 1 rn H -. U o : a a. 'U rn -f ro - vt 0 I Rtchurcl Poeschl Theodore Pclacec Joyce Prnckett Dorothy Qumn Charles Regal PETERSON MARY G ls League GAA I 4 Mutcurte Aqent 2 Canteen Com Chatr 2 Gtrls Chorus I FTA 3 4 Sr Class Pay YTeens4 SCHL RICHARD Fotboll I 2 Tr lc I 2 Irttram rxl 3 B nd I Q POLACEC THEODORE Fotball 2 3 4 lntramuralsl 4 M Club PRICKETT JOYCE Gnrls League StuJentCounCll 3 4 GAAI Llbrar, u 2 3 r ux nr ru r nr Sec 4 Operetta 3 4 Student Drrcc or 3 Girls Chorusl FTA 3 4 Sec 4 QUINN DOROTHY Gtrls Leaque GAA I 4 Busnness Cadettes Y Teens 4 Oltlcc Fo ce 3 4 Drarnatlc Clulu 4 Spanish Club 2 REGAL CHARLES Pro ectnon Crew I 4 operetta, the state hockey tournament, tests, RICHARDS GLENN Football I 4 Track I 2 Swnmrnt q M Club I 4 Chorusl RISBRUDT ROGER Student Councnl Rep I 2 3 Tre 3 S Cla Board Soph Class V Pres Qurll 81 Scroll Ptlot Asst Sports Ed 4 Homecomtng Mqr Spantsh Club 2 ROAN JACQUELINE Gtrls L aque R p I 2 Treas 3 Stud Cour1crITreos 4 GAA I 4 Pres 4 Board 3 Letter Award 3 All Clty Letter 4 Qu II 8. Scroll Murcurte Co Ed nn Chref 4 Reporter Y Teens 3 4 Cho r 2 3 S uclert Drrector 2 3 Operetta 3 Gtrls Glenn Ruchards Roger Rosbrudt Jacquel ne Roc FK' xx? D orus I Drornotc Club 3 4 FTA 3 4 pamsh Club I I State 3 Sr Class Play Sno Queen ROTH PATRICIA Gtrls Leoque GAA I 2 4 Letter Awa d 4 Lbrarf Club 3 4 Murcurle Agent 3 Reporter 3 4 Copy Reader 4 Qurll 81 Scroll Gtrls Chorus I Dramatuc Club 2 3 4 FTA 3 4 RYAN SUSAN Gtrls Leaque Alexander Ramsef Htqh Sch ol St Paul Mtnne oto 3 SAMUELSON ROBERT Baseball 4 B,1slsetball4 Golf 4 Intramural 4 Central Htqh School Duluth Mtnnesoto 2 3 a uc a R h Susan Ryan Robert Samuelson at ,I r Page thrrty seven 3 I on : 4 -. 3, ., x .,, I 5,1 I z I I . . N O I N N H t I I my . .. N , Z I M . X 1 ' Km ,R I l . I ,, . gli - .. I - I z . 4- QV ,, I .. 4. 2 I -s. I N- I . in .NI ' -f' 4. I Q I . ' ' I . I 0 I 0 ,. . -- I I ' 2' , . Q E LT . ' . . :T IF- M " 4 ., . ' l ' 4 ,Q 3 S S- .:, . ' . as, ' , S ' - I . .. 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'Q John Schlundt Michael Scott Danrel Shaules SCHLUNDT JOHN SCOTT MICHAEL Baseball l 4 Bas etball l 2 3 lntramurals Soph Class Pres M Club 3 res 4 Lub y Club 3 t Busuness Mgr 4 Quell 8- Scroll Spamsh Club 2 Sec 2 SHAULES DANIEL Baseball Mgr Football 3 4 H ckey 2 M Club 3 4 Qurll 8- Scroll Murcurte Sports Ed 4 Repcr er Canteen Com Spamsh Club 2 Dramatrc Club 4 Beverly Shelre James Slama Rosemarue Smderrch SHEIRE BEVERLY Gxrls Leaque GAA l 2 Lrbrary Club 3 4 Gul 81 Scroll Murcurle Feature Co Ed 4 Reporter 3 Chau Q Cp ettr rr s Chorus l D amat c Club 4 Sr Class a SLAMA JAMES SNIDERICH ROSEMARIE Gtrls Leaque GAAl MurcureAqent Q 3 Office Farce 4 dances, senror day, and mcrdentally graduatron SNYDER DONALD lntramuralsl 4 Library Club 2 3 4 Murcu Aqent 2 Spanush Club 2 3 Sr Class SNYDER LEE Student Councrl Rep 3 Basketball l 2 3 T ck l 2 Tennus n ramurals l u 4 8- Scr Treas 4 Murcurxe Asst Bustness Mgr 3 Busrness Mgr t Agent 2 Dramatrc Club 4 Spantsh Club I 2 V Pres 2 SONTAG KAREN Gnrls League GAA 3 Qurll 8. 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Scroll Murcurre Reporter 3 Pllot Co Ed nn Chnef 4 Jr Class Ed YTeens 3 4 Dramatrc Club 2 3 4 Band Le ds FTA 3 Spa Operetta Orch l 4 Prom Co Chaurman 3 SWANSON BRUCE Murcuree Aqent 3 FTA 4 Sr Class Play Dra matic Club4 THOMPSON JUDITH Gnrls League VPres 4 Student Councrl Rep 3 4 Sr Class Sec GAAI 4 Rec Sec 4 Board 3 Letter Award 3 All Cnty Letter 4 YTeens 3 4 Red Cross Rep l 3 Drarnatzc Club TSELOS GEORGE Student Councrl Rep 2 Track l 2 Cross Country 4 lntram Libra 4 Drama c u Class Play Anglo Amerxcan Hrqh School Athens Greece 3 VIEHL LAWRENCE Foo ball 3 4 Golf 2 urals 3 ass Treas M Club 3 4 Lrb ary Club 3 4 Pt Agent l VON RUEDEN ARLENE Grrls Leaque St Jos phs Academy St Pau Munnesota l 2 STATHAS ADRIANN Gnls League GAA l Q Mu Cu re Rr-for 1 Chorr 3 4 Operetta 3 4 rs Chorus l WASON DAWN Gtrls Leaque Rep 3 Student Ccurctl RL Class Play lvlurcurle Aqe-nt 3 Pllot Aqent 2 Oltttcr- Farce 9 4 Cl 1 Donald Snyder Lee Snyder Karen Sontag Gary Spooner Adruonn Stathas Sandra Sutton Bruce Swanson Judsth Th mpson George Tselos Lawrence Vrehl Arlene Von Rueden Down Wason we O br ff -di Semin.. 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V ' we Jerome Wenhrauch Nancy Wells Barbara Whlte James Zavoral Nancy Zebe Jerome Zellner WEIHRAUCH JEROME Chour 4 Vocattonal Hugh School St P Mrnnesota 4 WELLS NANCY Glrls League GAA I Busrnes Cadettes Gnrls Chorusl Drama tcClub4 WHITE BARBARA Grrls League Buslness Cadettes Chonr 2 3 Operetta3 Gnrls Chorusl WILKE DOUGLAS Football I 2 Hockeyl 3 4 lntra ralsl 2 3 M Club3 4 WITTMER FAY Glrls League GAA I 2 YTeens 3 4 Offlce Force I 4 DramatucClub4 FTA4 WOLTER ANTHONY St Thomas Academy St Paul Mnnnesota I board members publicize play Caught by the rovnng photographer whrle checkrng the programs and plannrng varrous ways of advertlslng forthe Sensor Class Play are the members of the Sensor Class Board com prmsed of homeroom representatrves and ofllcers From left to rrght are Carol Oakrns repre sentatuve .luduth Thompson secretory Robert Christensen vlce president Roger Abrahamson treasurer Roger Rlsbrudt representative Rage Langley representative Sam Haroldson press dent Class advlsers to whom the board and the entnre Sensor Class are nndebted for a wonderful year are Mzss Marlon Koch and Mr George Rose Wk Douglas Willie Fay Wlftmer Anthony Walter Judnth Zon John Zupfer ZAVORAL JAMES Student Councrl Rep I 2 3 Hockey 2 ZEBE NANCY Gnrls League GAA I 2 Pllot Aqentl 2 3 Othce Force 4 Dramatrc Club 4 Supply Stare I Sr Class Play ZELLNER JEROME Baseball I 4 Hockey 3 4 CoCapt 4 lntra m ralsl 2 4 ZON JUDITH Gnrls League Rep I 3 GAAI 3 Drarnatrc Club3 4 Sr Class Play ZUPFER JOHN Red Cross Rep 3 Otllce Force 3 4 Chonr 2 3 4 Treas 4 Operetta 2 3 4 Octet 4 Dromatnc Club 4 FTA 3 4 Sr Class Play Mechanuc Arts Hnqh School St Paul Minnesota I Page thnrty nnne 3 'S ., ' 'Ia -4' ' '-9 . 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I I I I A I J - I J f V 2 VNU r , : 213.1 - rl , ., .,: :lu II, - l committee worries Jack Steungraber Karen Martmson Davlcl Magnuson and Donald Mot fatt are seen here I okung at annuals from past years trying to get Ideas for a theme for the Jumor Senior Prom These four ambltlous tunlors are general chairmen for the tradn tlcnal event lunrors take their turn In the sun as On the vvay to the top the Junlors pause to loo back on their past achlevements Organlznng Sophomores ID January W56 wtth Mr Alex Heron as the adviser the class of 58 chose thelr oftlcers Jan Sarnecku was elected president Sue Olson vice president Kathy Doeltz secretary Jam Grayden treasurer To the delight of everyone Bob Sands and Sonia Mattson vvere chosen to rule over the Sweet heart Ball The selectton of class rungs a car wash board problems The Junior Class Board talks over plans for the bug year whsle takmg a break Left to right seated are Elnzabeth Kaufmann Elame Sather Charles Nelson Nanette Frontz Norman Olson Karen Aydt Standlng are Karl Borgeson Ronald Sandquust Sonia Matt son WIllIOm Humphreys Board members submlt Ideas for class social CJHCITS as well as budget problems to the class as a whole Pdge tortf and a pucnuc at Cherokee Park will be remembered as the hlghllghts of the year September l956 found the Juniors ready t launch a busy program vvuth nevvly elected othcers Ronald Sandqclst presudent Soma Mattson vice president Elizabeth Kaufmann secretary Karl Barge son treasurer In the tall the treasury was gzven a boost by the sponsorxng of another car wash and the Sadwe Havvkun s Dance 1 1 I . 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A , 1 lt 1 1 W 1 1 - W I - , 5 1 I . 1 - ' nv N , Q tx responsrbrlrhes and pleasures mount Iunlors 304 Front row Martlyn Knudson Ju dtth Wlltqraf Dorns Gust Karen nn Kathleen Doeltz Be Ha es Judxth Lewts 9 Vtc or Etnenne Rosemary Trapp Dau lene Ballanz Karol DeNucct Carol Borqeson James Groyden 9 Robert Skundberq Donna Waton Dorls Benson Karen Marttnson Sandra Solland Den nts Nord 9 Ernest EYICRSOH Ron old Marttno Robert Abbott James Ullyot Ronald Sandquxst James Heinz 9 Davud Maqnuson Muchoel Gallaqher Charles Nel son Joan Johnson Chrnstopher Brohaugh John Thoennes lumors bolc Front row Nancy Douglas Lor rolne Hays Muruel Moncrlel Hermene Nelson Nancy Podd Jean Schroder Gall Werner 9 Charlotte Hubenette Elste Vonq Sharon Hovda Stephen Maqnu son Anuto Buck Nancy Mcliunney 9 Charles Coverdale Donald Blorklund June Graham Turn Mc Ardle Vernon Granna 9 Som Stelzng Ward Culbertson Ph ll p Bowman Wtlllam Wayne Ennar Gustavson Norman Olson lunlors 309 Front row Sandra Dahl S san Wtlke Judtth Johnson Ver ene Busch Susan McKay Lynne Morrtson M ry L u H gh s 9 Jacquelnne Ostrom Sharon Razs kazot? James Arndt Sandra Tsc tda Perry Lonnes Earns- Sather 9 Jack Ntchols Donald Dubusar Donald Moflatt John Hea y Jam s Southfvaro Jxnn s :ns 9 eRoy Srntth Gr-ra l uoyl nald Wt t J ck telnqr :ber mold Nelson Carlton Mm 5 Page forty one wl1rle everyone longs to become o semor J S Page forty two rumors 303 Front row Karen Aydt Joyt n Sonia Mattson Patrlcu Kuehn Mary Lee Kensler Joyce Gehrman Donna Gntzen 9 John Waaner Patrncra McLaughlin Prls cmlla Pol Susan Olson Janrce An dersan Martha Roqness 9 Karen Iverson Floyd Junqlc Carole Hal len Gary Johnson Beth Hawlans Jack Twedt 9 James Hayes Ron ald Hntzeman Dale Allman Dan rel Johnson Charles Gronberg Lawrence Barnes 9 Rrchard Jen en Paul Peterson Roqer Vanden euyel James Ne son Keyrn Johnson rumors 308 Front row Joanne Peterson Ellz abeth Kaufmann Nanette Frontz Gabrnelle Petrt Rosalyn Kardell Georqeanne Tlppel Karen Ande son 9 Rosemary Soderlund Roger urlbert Phyllrs Rasmussen James Otto Beverly Hardrng Bonnta Ashley Dorothea Paterson 9 Su san Wuqen Thomas Ctmbura Rrchard Vasterlrna Thomas Fast r Robert Krrkwold Janet John on 9 Terry Newell Thomas Bur enback Charles Bassett James Tousley Barbara Woodrnq Rob ert Dassncr 9 Scott Lrnsley Jon Sarnecla Joseph Bacrg Burle Halstead Thomas Salmon Steph n Frauenshuh rumors 307 Front row Betty Whnte Marlene Barley Joyce Freeman Carol Hod qrns Karen Barnes Loss I-lender son 9 Jo Lynn Edberq Judrth Allen Barbara Thorsen Clrfford Ca lson Lyle Slxfer Mortrn Appel Barbara Block 9 Suzanne Per tent John Salvatore Deanna Lemm Frank Storm Richard Had ne leld Davnd Larson 9 Karl Borqeson Shrrley Hubenette Pet er Lawson Malo Peterson Glen ukoyholt Wrllram Humphreys John Freeman 9 Jack Dunlop Bruce Matthews Gerald Groeb ner John Frsher Roqer Kruzeslcr Albert Stoskopf Dennrs Srebold we love llfe You lust cant beat the lute of a sophomore' exclanm these happy sophomores Enloylng a snack f coke and potato chnps on the daven port are Allen Vnehl Glorla Gay man Donald Houge Seated on the floor are Sharolyn Lange Cathernne Scherer and now come the vlvaclous sophomores Sophomore lute us one at enthusiasm and eager antucu natlon Not to be outdone by the Juniors and Sentors the Sophomores began to plan the future of their class The first real slgns of organuzatlon began an February The class soon found themselves planning actlvntues ana en,oylng every mtnute of It Top bullung tor the wunte months went to the Sweetheart Ball At the dance thc crownlng ot the Valentine Kung and Queen took place Chosen to reugn over the annual event were Dawn Peder son and Charles Smith Wuth thenr second year at htgh school almost over the Sophornores are planning one more soclal actuvuty a class ptcntc Coming up also are thoughts ot the electron of The class of 59 us headed by Jules Moor presldent Dawn Pederson vtce presldent Beverly Barnes secretary Barney Dolby treasurer The class as under the supervuslon ot tts advnsers Mr Edward Datko and Mr John Mather sta rt translating Dont belueve the old saynng that l.atnn as a dead language nn Mr Bull Addnson s classes where there are new at tractuons every day Here ex planning a protect to the class are Colleen Krebs Prlscullo Pol and Davld Paskewntz Most of the second year students are members ofthe recently organ tzed Latun Club Page forty th ee I . ' ' a I I V ' f r with the selecting of class rings and the electing of othcers. OHTCGVS for NEXT YGCIV4 Q - not ' . ' ' ' r Y warhng for sophomores aud Front row Sandra Wescott Rosa land Berzunskn Mary Beth Brod ernck Duane Hoover Beverly Barnes Lznda Ehrler 9 Mvchael McCulley Kenneth Detunler Jean Stouqaard Davnd Stnfl Rtchard Hermes Gwen Crammett Stephen Weckstrom 9 Janet Halley C leen Krebs Joyce Nlelsen Joan Mu er Juduth Helqulst Emeue Kafka 9 Patrucla Dovndson Jamce Nwelsen James Parker Gerald Glaeve Lundell Hess Chloe Sterk 9 Jeanne Schmalz Robert Gllskc Peter Kung Davrd Krause Wnllram ltnsley Mrrlarn Olson sophomores 205 Front row Kathleen Swanson Genevueve Muller Judnth Pnetrus Sue Watknns Duane Garlrnq Mary Kae Cheney 9 Mnchael Hannes Barbara Treanor Bette Chrlsten 9 Jerry Schoeller Patrrcla Mrller Bonnie Allman Mnrnam Frost Glorna Gayman Cathernne Bak ken 9 Muke Gordanuer Leslu Llndholm John Poor Run ard Gudnm Monnka Baukol 9 Lance Raygor Douglas Peters Roos: Robey James Sherman Jack Eck hog Dale Wells sophomores 210 Front Row Kay Kramer Susan Davnes Karen Harveaux Annette Natnon Delores Nelson Judnth Voqelsang 9 Clrltord Paulson Luther Rousu May Kardal Myles Burke Marlon Sherman 9 Janwco Huqhes Carole Steen Daniel Hol lerbach Wnllard Cecchl Dawn Pederson Dennns Gerber 9 Rach ard Otterness Donald Houqe James Meyer John Swanson Ber nard Panek Charles Smith Bruce Kendall 9 Mary Ann Larnpher Robert Jensen Jack Dalnty Wal lace Cadwell Kenneth Weuhvauch Robert Tupler Page forty four U O ' I I , ol- 'u , '- r , ' 1 sen, Bonnie Marsh, Lee Erickson ' , , ' h enloy the excitement and fun of clubs, t Q. g, llllxlgl sophomores 300 Front row Nancy Knnq Patrncla Lvnd ey Marne Twedt Karen Koeper Arlene Albert Cathernne Scherer 9 James Duncan Duane McEllngott Anna Marte Morloc Dorene Starck Joanne Nutz 9 Thomas Becklorden Helen Glaser Sharllyn Lange Ervln Yolces Jud nth Klock 9 Steven Hoelzel Davnd Paskewntz Robert Lewns James Flueck Roger Sargent 9 Davnd Martnn James Ashworth Thomas Wullett Curtus Hard Chal Setala sophomores 2l2 Front row Nancy Olson Jacque lane Hoelscher Sandra Dupaul Karen Kroona Elsne Kasllck Melda Walter 9 Delores Wnlke Rose Rocco Joan Dow Katherlne Lernblce Gretchen Holznnger Kay Powe 9 David McLean Gerald Jacobsen Gerald Pro extor Carol Morqen Mary Preus Robert Han afln Richard Hllrnanowslm 9 Ee ty Schrnudt Jerald Peterson Joan Har' Marshall McGraw Jullo Thomsen John Kollrner 9 Barney Do f Bradley Pass Mic ael Barres Allan Vuehl Terry Wtl hams Jules Moor sophomores 201 Front row Eluzabe'h Fneld Joan Wolens Margaerute McKay Bar bara Rush Charlene Barrett Bef erly Johnson 9 Gordon Thole Janet Treaque Sarah Johnson Karen Laqersfedt Davud Beatson 9 Bonnte Ernclcson Karen Brobak ken Danna Smns Carol Osborne Agatha Mueller Mary Haase 9 Carol Holoroolc Rolert Nelson Robert Abraham Gary Olson Roger Dahl 9 Nncholas Sfrenqlls harles Maas Donald Waxberq Robert Burlcnolder Janet Walton Dram- Johnson Page lofty hve teams, and the wornes of term papers hx so n ' vi sophomores 305 Front row Barbara Nay r Mo garet Korner Ivluruel Frnqer Glorna Mnchelson Gayle New mann Donna Sandberg 9 Karen Mlx Lots Forsblod Marranne L Clonr Judath Frost Judrth Lorso 9 Lynn Matteson Erna Lou Lol strom Maral Weber Marlen Albert John Norman 9 John Hakensen Charles Roth Gary Etten Thomas Weber Doyuj Zon Thomas Roan 9 Kenneth Morr son Ru sell Sm th Jerald 'ohnson Rnchard Carlson Warren Johnson Wrllram Mrchel sophomores 105 Front row Judnth Johnson Ima gene Berus Duane Sutten Deanne Dumont Carol Londas Janet Sc ubrrnq 9 Bruce Kuet ner Charles Flotten Katherine Wrlke Jcanne Chrrstransen Susan Mui len 9 Karen Rrce Juduth Johnson Eenlarnrn Pomeroy Jo Ann Voll mer V rnon Isalcson 9 Howard re ke Arthur Johnson Ov Rudy Ronald Nelson Howard Lentsch 9 Wnllnarn Pandas Jame Whute Terrance Lonqseth Wnlluanr Boyer Glenn Neulohr freshmen T07 Front row Karen Anderson Jean ne Kohleder Karen Olson Karer Johnson Lonraune Prntchord Jud nth Greseke 9 Terrence Vasterlnn, Charles Copeland Dean VanD Walker Roqer Leppla Jehre Me rnqen 9 Wnlllorn Bartlett Leon Johnson Roy Brrsk Marcua Mitchell John Wolf 9 James Gonda Dennis Repke Gerald Swanson Jan Dose Lenora Hal s ead oh, for the carefree lrfe freshmen 301 Front row Bczrbaro Mclouqhlnn Morton Lawrence Marcia StoJ gaard Judnth Moyers Emnla Holt 9 Thomos Rygg Davnd Coruveau Robert Monahan Gary Huesrnon 9 Walter Hordlnq Julton Ander sen Gale Crommett Steve Bro haugh Ruchord Murawslcn 0 Adee na Dnxon Karen Mortz Duane Dettle Jay Moor Jone Melrose V :uqhn Stelmuch freshmen 108 Front row Sharon Norton Karen Peterson Mary Peterson Shoron Pooler Gudrun Johnson . Gret Chen Vanlonden Holly Hunt Joseph Lehens Marlene Keller Alberto Johnson Sondra Schoff ner ' Dlone Anderson Soroh cy Brmlr John Sch el er Davurl Nelson freshmen 302 Front row Gloruo Meyer Chor leen Rosemarln Kathleen Barnum Jocm Tnmm Ann Wnqer Nancy Thomas ' Ronold Allen Thomas Mozztello Lrndu Gower Edward Turl John Urbon Curtns Srnrth 0 Wayne Duesslun Wllltam Chrlsloff f- son Eldred Wulf Mendel Fohs Elznoeth Compbell Cool Luk 9 Thornos Anderson Rohet Budde Denms Johnstone Terry Ubel Eugene lsolrson Renee Ne on Gerald Gudum Johnson, Kathleen Spiegel, Non- ' , 9 I , , I - 5 l ' , r e , , ' l- with never o thought ot class problems freshmen 314 Front row Jacqueline Lind Dora Ltndernann Carolyn King Judith Johnson Carole Berqe Nancy Nystrom ' Marland Whitcomb James Biork Judith Sanford lames Alexander Philip ONeill ' Karen Nelson James Hendrick son Robert Kohaut Janice Ben sen Patricia Schroeder Ward Schultz ' Ronald Wethamme Joan Nelson Curt Thronqard Kathryn Johnson Mary Snyder Gary Oakins Wayne Nielsen Roger Olson James Toenies Den nts Dassner Craiq Wetherbee freshmen 207 Front row Dorothy Tiedeman Diane Kohl Kathleen Rosenthal Bonnie Docherty Judith Jahnke Jean Hella ' Robert Townsend Lonna Hayes Dianne Lindstrorn Carol Addis Jean Elliott ' David Bauerl Melanie Christensen Al fred Johnson Gerald Treichel Willis Woldt Greta Givinq 9 Thomas Sergot Fred Flatt James Beatte James Walls freshmen aud Front row Charlene Sather Karen Isaacson, Sandra Nadeau, Carol Anthonsen, Judith Johnson, Bever- ly Ulvin ' Robert Murawslci, Susan Kaiser, John Hayes, Aileene Jack, Edward Jarosch, James Jannett 9 John Preda, Janet Zellner, Carol Waterman, Margaret Madigan, Jacqueline Fishbeck ' Stephen Sweetland, William Moyer, How- ard Dinsmore, Roger Gammel, Roger Pearson, Marie Stougaard ' Thomas Erickson, Douglas Krause, Richard Wiles, Thomas Guam, Jeffrey Peterson. Page forty-eight V only pleasant dreams of the years ahead freshmen 203 Front Row Jacquelnne Johnson Juduth Wnlberdtng Jeanne Rund qunst JoAnn Dokka Constance Tyson Mary Sanford 9 Wnlltam Franta Judlth Haase Juduth Hutzemann Margery Smuth Bev erly Frendt 9 Carolyn Zentnc Pa trncna Patterson Sandra Smith Betty Lauerer Rnchard Hosknnq arnes MacDonald 9 Denms Sund strom Robert Lunclqren Susan Hof? Llnda Schmugqe Warren Dlesslm Rtchard Nelson 9 Roger Allen Verne Comstock Leon Mar cott Duane Senneseth Mnchael luckey Anthony Enqlund freshmen 200 Front row Jucllth Kelsey Grayce Mnchelson Lunda McLean Con Carolyn Deutsch 9 Peter Au Dtanne Lowrne Carol Baker Den ms Solberq Albert Benlamtn 9 Lee Seeyers Terry Nelson Robnn Atknns James Pearson Duane All red 9 Joyce Dnfllendorfer Roger Quammen James Justus Jame Gabeau Davnd Chrnstenson freshmen balc Front row Llnda Paul Sandra Dusosky Carolyn Rudolf Mar garet Quammen Lorraune Tomp kms 9 Judath Sandqunst Frank Wandmacher Gregory Rlce Rod ger Huntlnq Gerald Lnepntz Donald Boergan Joan Knuppen berq Geraldlne Hughes Karen Jacobson Sharon Stmons Duane Uram Karen Calvert Ronald Rutoskt Jack Fehrman Chrasttn Hays Betty Wtrtz Page forty n ne , . . . t . J ' . t , , stance Spooner, Anne McDiarmid, s, Q .1 y 0 ' :- - t Po symbolic of youth ot its best are is, x.: i 'iv l ll 13: ge flfty it' s.. 1 Jzn:..w,N ......,,,, eight a cafe Front row Mary McKay Barba ra Abraham Janet Whute Carolyn Wrlke Jeanne Tledemon Eva il. Jane Sttfl 9 Dale Isaacson Bruce Pankonun John Mantns Mnchael Baukol Paul Neubrand . Klr Shottner Ronald Nlemela Rach ard Humphreys Phyllus Cownle Rrchard Foster Sherwood Pom eroy ' Lrnda Vanqen Dorothy Trapp Judrth Hnlderbrand Jucluth Hunt Mnchael Pearson ' Sally Tharstenson Kenneth Rutford Bruce Olson Thomas Atlcms Michael Greqory Joseph Kaulert elght c 310 Front row Mary Schrenfels Karen Soderlund Martha Vong Jamce Boyer Susan Dow Penny Manus 9 Donald Slcundberq G'enn Haw kmson Werner Spandau Donald Stemle James Fr eman Rnchard Llen James Frost 0 Lynne Dah len Ronald Leslcela Lellanl Peter s n Sandra Dexter Duane Sal mon lkurt Wctgener . Thomas Dawes John Vollmer Dowd ureqerson Barbara Hosk ng James Cook Donald Razskazol? eight b oud Front row Joan Montgomery Cathy Watson Mary Wlttqrar Jane Halsensen Sharon Wnllue Lnnda leng . Donald Smrth Jer old O to Thomas Skovholt Mary Perlrch Robert Dannty Davnd Jones ' John Hellnckson Flame Caldwell Nancy Nnemczyk Dan nel Paskewntz James Lewis John Ratlntt Loss Poltnn 9 Dolores Lud wlg Wullvanw Freeman Susan Johnson Chrnstopher Page Janet Bantle Susan Mazznte lo 9 Mary Stoskopf Wrlluam Engebretson Lyle Malmberq Narcua Potter Naam: Frost Joyce Nelson l A ez ' . Q ' H ' . x ' , f , , , rl ' 'A ' . ' ' . " I . . 5 V . , 4 A .,v f' it 1 V 4 , : r ' , i J. V V . . , e , w X . " 5 V I ' . V' 1 . , . ' . 3 ' , ' l I 47 - I 'Y' , y 5' r 4 .'1 , 3 5' , , 4 l . L 57' ' I , ' 2 f, v k N X 1 V kr X J Q. . J: LL ' f .. 1 f 1, I l , I . Q, ,, , 4,-4 , , 3 'N W -Q F . . ' . ' W W . l,"l ,, I . l ' ' 3 , , 1 1 I J s 'Y --J 'Q 1 5 V . " " I X ' . . S 1 V I X 'N , , . ,z ' ' j r ' r 4 - J 1 J J J seven a lO2 Front row Anne McCullev Kay u ln mn Caralrnf Hoop Che ecco Jun t MCL n Bar ar: r Bayer al or oclr S phen Hartwrclr J ah Fa r Koen: ec vt nruvrston . ant ly Jr Roller! Granger Susan VanZan n Joan Kmnfr Judlfh Swf-K Lne 1 Johnson Katlwr n Vvrttqra 5 Sally Southc Ann Ccrny Mar rasted B os: o e Vrcrn 1 Vac orrr Bone Vrckr Rupp ' lnqrrcl Grvnnq Mar, Waaclunq John Swanson Tony Sp lu clc DrlvrClBUrlcl1OlCler ernwan anf qren Vrrc rn a Maas seven b 103 Front row Marcra Allred Janet Barsch Lynn Sweetlancl Susan Hunt Lando Johnson Doroh Hoase ' Blly Forbes Suzann Jensen Mary Delqer Bernadrne Stevenson Gary Bauman Rrcharr Wrqht Gary Wandrnacher 9 Da vrd Mayer Beverly Thompson Catherrne Broderrck Alrce Cre ore John Landns Guy Hat? Rach a d Sandberg 9 Srqurd Hauqan Jean Lembke Katherrne Brown Judith Carlson Susan McDonald Sharon Sandqren Duane Olson ' Peter Karser Kenny Balmer Victor Borgeson Allyn Thurow Larry Sargent Russell Swanson Thoma Swadburq murray s seventh and erghth graders f 7 1 I Enloyrng therr enghth grade are these art pupuls of Msss Marne Darche's class Nancy Nremczylc and Loss Poltrn hang prctures whsle Suzan Mazzatello and Lyle Malmberg put the flnal touches onthe art work x. 1. Shown here nn front of the dusplay case are Katherrne Brcderrck, Kay Eddy, and Srgurd Haugen from the seventh grade Englush classes Every year Mvss Grace Mackey s groups drsplay fascunatrng hobbles a part of therr Englnsh protect P if t' r l 1 l r , l . X J , I , ,A C t C , A , -ryl ' S Gr , K- e-a , b f N X rf Sihrerlrxls . Joh: V P ll A .f ff .- M r W te , ,Ralf H 'S Q ' . , -'I Ht G l f'r', Ike - n, lu1,D1!- Y rl ll D F-l t5r'1, . ' I V , de . ' , , -t, I t lf , y K l ', w -v .' ' '1 .,-I . 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' 1 0 11113011110 111 J0111J01'y 1 ,10 1 lIT' 011' '11 ' Q ' 0111, 1011 A111' ' 1 ' 0 ' A 1111 ' ' ' Clul "1 T 5 1 1, f ' ' 5 1 1, 1110 - 0 ' Q 111111 1111111 111110111 1110113 011,t 110 1 1 1 0131 ' 7,1 10 lr:COTT1C 0 111e 1501 0 LC. p, '1' 1g they 1305, 011 QXCIT 11101011 01 ' Q 11 3 1- T111 ' 11112111011 13 01102 1115 1111: 1011 01 M' ,:1' 1 ' ,, 3113100011 1 .1,,,,aw, v Front Row Pat: c J L rclsef Ka hleen Mcflolley Barra J Thorsen Soma Vattson Kathleen Doe'tz La radtn Hes Veren Busch Carol Marg n MG al Weber Joan Wolen Karen Kolenkamp Ka tn Laney Ca l Bo gesan Janet Johnson .JJCQU lne Ost om Jody Frost Sandra Maas 9 Lynne Morrlson Jam s Floeclc P ter L wson Glen Slcovholt Frank Storm Bernard Panelc John Freerran John He ly Judy Allen 0 Roger Abraharnson Peter Arny Robert Abbott John G l e Sam Haroldson Robert Lrrdsay Lawrence Vlehl Scott Llnslfv D.: cl Magnuson J library club pm IS symbol of service lf-4 When a Lnbrary Club member receuves a pun t rs to hum a symbol of hrs fauthful servuce ana ol a task vvell done Therefore the banquet held annually an the sprung to honor senxors .rvho have earned pins as a much antucupated event These people who have helped see that the llbrary has ron smoothly sunce they were tumors and many sunce they were sophomores take great prlde IH the Lubrary Club To them tt has been a place of bath work and play they have enloyecl bah Belng a stat? worker or commtttee chatrrran vvas as much ton as the many socual events at L C Loolang at the sports book are members of he LC board Joyce Pnckett second vice o estdent Karl Laney program chaurman Bar para Ba nam recordmg secretary Thomas Du nont hrst vwce presuclent John Gtlte treasurer Bob Ltndsay oresporatng secretary Karen 'ewan fer San Haroldson se r r t Q r P ge ffm .- 4, l y . 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Vflv. symbol of honor in sports is the letter won by m Z t f , t V t r club men Front Row Bruce Kuettner Wnlluam Palst Lyle Slifer Charles Srntth James Arndt James Grayden ' Ronald Anderson Thomas Foster Quentxn Pcrtect George Tselos Robert Larson ' Thomas Cnmbura Muchael Scott Ltndell Hess Howard Mnellce Perry Lonnes Dannel Shaules . Gordon Hemmxnq Charles Bassett Lee Snyder James Zavoral Stanley McForlnn Jan Sarneckn Glenn Ruchards Serving Murray IH many ways ts the M Club This IS a strictly boys group tor those who have earned their Murray letter ln one of many competntuve sports The otttcers thus year are Michael Scott presldent Carl Glertson vuce prestdent Stanley McFarlun secretary treasurer Lawence Vnehl and Robert Panek sergeant at arms advlser Mr Reno Rosstnu Top bllltng In the way ot entertalnment went to the M Clubs revnew held May 8 Although all through the year the Murray letter men take part In many thtngs the last and probably the most lm portant event ns the letter award assembly Here each boy receuves his letter and the athlete ot the year IS chosen He IS selected by the coaches on scholastvc abnltty leadershnp and good sportsmanshup it I .-Q, 1. 4 I , la. v 'J 5 tis a I Z, r 1' Y l I Front Row Gary Johnson George Brlggs Charles Flatten Robert Moffatt James Hurley Charles Gronberg ' Thomas Salmon Stephen Frouenshuh James Ullyot Robert Sands James Nnelsen Jerome Zellner 0 Albert Stoskopt Peter Arny Wtlltom Torgerson Robert Ltndsay Lawrence Vnehl Davnd Magnuson ' Gerald Groebner Elnar Gustavson Mr Reno Rosslrn Wllluam Wayne Paul Peterson Robert Panelc Page lllty sux at ll .J ft 3 . 5 , ik ," ' 1 ls ' J I ' 5 K Q V A ' lt! 1 t ' 1' , "xii i F, 1 t el - V ' J A -Q i.: F I ,- J I l . A H 1 - 4 W, fe ' J E - Q 4 . ' . ' . A A ia ith 5 S L , t i lf 5 Q Keg f -rx' J 3 J f ,:. 1 Q .. I J Y f , t .3 1' J 1 .A To -P fl L5 -5' V ll 5 " l as P - IH -Q 55111 W Ls , L , . 1 . "' - X Q 5 Eggs ' 1 ' it llll J 4 Q 1 0 ' s 1 2 ' 4 I L eff J? S iv , S ,rf - y., . -J f ff!! .+A J - 'J " I C my ' ' ' Y fx Il li J . K K 4. Q7 - I .iqF,i7 - .zz Q- , 2 A prolechon crew extends servlces Front Row Marcla Stouqaard Cllftorcl Caalson Thomas Bnrrenbach Terry Lester Roqer Allen 9 Peter Lawson Gerald R h rd Carlson Stanley McFarlen James Collrns Jerry Peterson 9 Charles Regal James Sherman Ward Culbertson Swanson IC a Chrrs Brohaugh Roger Robey James Lee Howard Mrelke classes prolectlon crew members are always there to lend a helping hand Officers for the crew are Charles Regal president James Lee secretary Shades down and lnghts out mean nts tame tor a movie This slght as not Complete without a member of the prolectlon crew ably settung up the equlp working recorders Students are chosen from each class to assist the teachers Wherever ment runmng the movne cameras and playing phonographs they are needed whether In assembltes clubs or M les Burke John Rrchard Carlson treasurer Mr Don Lmdberg IS the advuser for the group He helps these students to keep all the equnpment nn good working order and supplres tllms for the many departments -4 ws, Paul Neubrand Davnd Mayer ' Charles Copelana Uroan Front Row Catherme Broderlck John Lanans y h K frt Eldred Wulf James Hendrrclcson Judrth K lsey 5 Robert Townsend Nlclc Stenqlrs Davnd Chrrstenson Allyn' Josep au e Thurow 9 Tony Sperbecln JefTre,f P terson Rnchard Oterness Page flfty seven C I I ' , 5 ,r t x 'X 9 5 r A : s s' 3 If f. 5 E 1 3, L, - j Q L f j . 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' un , I ,N W ... .": Q , -' S f fi Y .,- IL V , ... , Q S .N i in I ' 2 , ' f . board records Plannlng a Spanush meetnng us fun It done whale lustenlng to rum bas sambas and tangos Here Allan Vlehl presudent and Nancy Olson treasurer select the records whale Charles Nelson vice pres: dent and Karen Harveaux secre tary try their hands at castanets and maracas Though lt as one ol the smallest groups at Murray Spanlsh Club us one where mem bers who are both past and pres ent Spanish students have a most enloyable tame P q lxfty elght spanish club enioys pinata El Club Espanol Spanish Club to you keeps busy the year around wrltnng letters ID Spantsh to South Amerncan boys and gn ls I thus manner the club members keep up thelr nnterest tn countrues where that language us spoken Meetnngs under the sponsorship of Mnss Marlon Koch have been held at the St Anthony Park Congregational Church One ot the most entertalnlng of the gatherings was the Christ mas party Plctured here putting the tlnlshlng touches on the famous Mexlcan Punatas are Deanne Dumont Susan Wllke Karen Harveaux Barbara Treanar Kay Kramer and Juduth Lewns After these pnnatas were broken at the proper moment there was a rush for the gntts At another rneetnng Howard Hathaway tor mer Murray Spanush Instructor displayed slude of places where he had vnsnted durung has year ln South America At the some meetlng Mass Koch showed slrdes of a bull flght whuch she saw un Mexlco An Important protect of the group ts the making of a scrap book un Spannsh class This wlll be sent to the Junuor Red Cross IH Sant: ago Chile F , Fl ' x , . 1 1 1 1 1 , . l . . . . . Q , u , . l 14 I A1 , . ,1 -.W . . I 1 V 1 1 - 3 1 1 1 1 J . . . , 1 , ' ,,." A - 1 ' 1' 1 . 1 1 1 1 y Y . 1 . , .f' .1 v- l -.' servlce plus stage force The busuest club at Murray IS sand to be the Stage Force They are always burldung scenery gathering props work Ing microphones shnmng spotlights and obtannung lust that exact atmosphere Each boy IS dotng hrs lab to perfection Operetta Sensor Class Play and as semblues are the boys buggest prolects throughout the year Worlang wnth the equupment left to rught are Gary Paul son Glenn Neulahr Einar Gustavson and Randall Cheney Wnthout these boys Mur ray would be at a loss the operetta would be colorless the assemblles would have no spurut and the Sensor Class Play would be drab It can certainly be sand that the symbol of Murray s audltorlum 1 the Stage Force ag-1-ew Sf? S fta stuclles profession Future Teachers of America IS the organlzatlon where Murrayotes Interested In building a career around teaching meet to get an early start On the programs for regular meetungs were guest speakers who pre sented varied and tnteresttng talks Some of these were Mass Louise Curtts of Macalester College and Mass Arle Haberle of VVCCO who showed sltdes of her trap to Russia Mlss Margaret Paschlce who was an exchange teacher un Germany for a year gave an Informative talk on German schools and showed slides of her trap The Future Teachers also went on fleld trnps Toured on these were the new Como Park Junior Hugh School and a school for deaf children I dozng thus they observed mod ern teaching methods In order to gatn expertence un this held members dld sub stntute teaching at St A thony Park Grade School On followung thus profes suon members feel that they wnll recenve a feelung of satts faction along wuth flnanctal securtty Advtstng thus group s Mass Loutse Smnth Brushmg up on new methods of teaching ns the FTA board Joyce Prnckett and Sylvna Borgeson seated look at work books Usmg flash cards are Barbara Eruckson and Thomas Dumont whsle Larradme Hess ns studylng an educatlonal magaznne Page llfty mne ' i l ' T - - T T T T of f , D - 5 5 2 . , , E S 1 - tl! , 1 , - L 1 ,- . , . . . 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W I . . . l , , - Front Row Lous Henderson Nanette Frontz Genev eve Muller Gayle Neumann Joyce Freeman Arlene Albert Dorus Gust Dorothy Pe erson Drunufl Hollerbach Howard Dunsrnore Mrs Hflen McGcever ' karen Ba nes Aqathe Mueller Jcduth Johnson Susan Davues Sandra Maas Rosemary Trapp Bonnue Eruck on Sarah Johnson larce Raygor Jerom Weuhrauch 9 Emelue Kafka Muruel Funqer Barbara Block Dawn Pcccrson Juluth Helquust Karen Mux Erna Lou Lolstrom Januce Nuelsen Robert Abbott Ruchard Carlson ' Rose Rocco Jerry Burkho'de Kr cu B unkman Darlene Balfanz Jayco Nelson Karen Martunson Joan Hart Joel Hadruts Gary Hauqht unterpretung symbols of Sharps flats and staccotos are true symbols of the Murray chour Thus us the group that provudes the school wuth an Octette Truo and solousts The Octette thus year consusts of Louuse Brookuns Hadruts John Zupter Wulluam Humphreys and Rob ert Abbott From the tume they are selected untul the end at the year theur world us musuc A few of theur hosts have been the Women s Cuty Club the Athletuc Club and Lynblomsten Home One of the most um portant appearances that they have had was the Upper Mudwest Men s Apparel Club at the Radussoru Hotel un vvhuch several states were represented Always present at the chour assemblues they add could never be the same wuthout the Octettes ver suon ot Twas the Nught Before Chrustmas Addung a touch at glamour to the chour us Lana Mullman Louuse Brookuns and Jerry E-urkholder These three gurls make up the Gurls Tro They too have Thus us a scene from Rose of the Danube the musucal comedy presented by the chour lcust sprung When members were told of what cu professuonal lookung show they had presented they decuded that all the tume eftort and money they spent were really worthwhule Thus pucture Includes the enture cast and orchestra both under the durectuon of Mrs Helen McGeever V1 -43.53-:hu-.- Q! 5 ' 'V f l Q Y 5 r .4 A ., R -1- , I c , , , 'T I , , ' l A I , A . r, xu : u' , , , u , , V ' I F I O Karen Brinkman, Lana Millman, Sandra Maas, Joel that perfect touch. The annual Christmas assembly . . . . , , . A - , ' ' ' I , 7 V J. . J- s '-.,b , 1 Q , QTTTTAF eff? F T I' . 'Uv t vi Front Row Gary Eten Terry Lester Lorraane Hays De ares Walke Karen Johnson Elazabeth Faeld Adraann Stathas Judath Larson Judath Johnson 9 Wallaam Humphreys Marshall McGraw udah tyaehl Gretchen Holzanqer May Lou l-aughes Louae Brookans Catherane Scherer Mara Twedt Murael Moncraef 9 Glenn Skoyholt John Zupfe Jean Stouqaard Lana Mallman Janace Hughes Carol Osborne Marlene Albert Karan Laney Jacquelane Ostrom James Bren John H aly Chloe Sterk Janet Walton Ba bara Maqnuson Jo ce Packet Carol Holbrook Mon ca Boukol Anata Buck Phyllas Rasmussen musac as the choar s aoy traveled much and dasplayed thear talents Ball Ben netts Saturday Naght Frolac at the Prom Ballroom was one host to the Trao lakewase was the Ameracan Legaon Auxalaary At all choar assemblaes and many other assemblaes these garls are there addang a touch of beauty wath thear enchantang tones ahe flrst bag productaon for the choar thas year was the Thanksgavang assembly where the words ot Bag Wade World We Laye In rang from wall to wall Followang one month later was the PTA Chrastmas officers vocalaze Leaders an the musac world at Murray gather around the paano for a good oldfash aoned song fest The oftlcers a left to raght Joel d rats presadent Louase Brook ans hrst vace presadent San dra Maas second yace presa dent Joyce Prackett secre tary John Zupfer treasurer Rachard Carlson assastant treasurer Thas group has worked hand an hand Nath Mrs Helen McGeeyer, choa. darector an naakang the choar known beyond Murray program The beautatul stylang of Aye Maraa ha Karen Brankman sang accompanaed by Wallaam Hum phreys on the vaolan was the haghlaght of the eye nang Later an the year they sang at Gallette Hospatal for Brotherhood Week and wall sang for Memorxal Day Thas group sang on radao February I7 and appeared on teleyasaon Apral 28 Wath sprang came the operetta Sweethearts whach the members of the choar helped to make a beautaful productaon Brangang thas year to ct close was thear performance at baccalaureate and cornrnencenaent f . Q .i L 1' 5 ' a i WJ Q3 fill, Q rss V T Q as 6 ar . ' , Q 4 r T Q t 7 ' J 2 -5 I a' A .r t' if ' ' V ,A 51 5 t ' , ' , ' . , 2 , f J f . . v 4 " T a , A , V , 0 0 0 I 0 . . H . - A - . ,, - U T . I ll 4 r ll ' ' ' ' I . r I V , T . . , . . . ,, ,, . , . ,, . . . . , ,, . . . . . I l Ve: I , Ha A , 2 - I I ' I . I , - 2 , Q J Ti: i P' - " fees. 1 -S. Na the murcurie reports the news busy business "It's Murcurie day," is the comment one hears when the school paper is distributed, And on the iob is the enterprising business staff. Here assistant manager William Wayne is checking figures with circulation manager Judith Nelson. Lee Snyder, busi- ness manager, and Laurelli Koran, advertising mana- ger, find something important in the Murcurie files. Seated are Nancy Manning, assistant circulation manager, and Patricia McLaughlin, accountant. Busi- ness adviser of this group is Mrs. Lucile Smith. The business staft's work is not confined to distribu- tion only. Subscription drives and money making proiects loom large on the year's calendar-and there are always bills to pay. casual consultation Only a tape recording could accurately give the true story of the Murcurie's editorial staff. Every day brings its problem of coverage, planning, quick changes, and crisis. Sometimes the staff relaxes and looks over the finished product. Despite the long hours of work, not one member would want to give up the experience gained from editing the school's paper. Left to right are: Karen Kulenkamp, news editor, Jeannine Fahsl and Beverly Sheire, feature editors, Jacqueline Roan and Marcia Hagen, co-editors, Pa- tricia Roth, copy editor. friendly feuding This cozy group on the Murcurie staff does have much in common. There is at least one argument each month about the space the advertisers want, and of course the sports' editors iust have to have it for a late game. This has been a banner year for writing sports copy as Murray teams have been winning games in all competitive fields. That may account for the smiles on the sports editors' faces. Seated in front are exchange editors Carol Kram- er and Janet Krueger. Left to right are: Karin Loney, girls' sports editor, Mary Lou Kroona and Terry Lester, advertising mana- gers, Robert Panek and Daniel Shaules, sports editors. Page sixty-two the pilot shows murray in symbols eager executives Any fifth period in 209 one can get a liberal edu- cation free iust by listening to the Pilot staft plan- ning and dreaming of the i957 yearbook. lt takes more than dreams to edit this publication, and the tirst to agree to that are the businessmen of the Pilot staff. To them falls the task of raising money for the many bills that come across the desk. However, Michael Scott, business manager, seems amused at Tom Dumont's worries as Tom, circulation manager, checks some point on the chart. At the tile are Roger Risbrudt and Roger Abrahamson, sports' editors, And what a pleasant time Roger l-iinze, as- sistant manager, seems to be having as he smiles at Susan Olson, accountant. picture posing This picture is aptly titled, for as a rule these girls are among the busiest at Murray, They are either planning pictures, layouts, checking cutlines, measur- ing copy, drawing, or wondering what to do next, Sometimes copy has to be ready at a given time Y then this group has an all night session and type- writers at Joanne's home go like mad. From left to right are Rosalie l-lert, activities, co- editors Sandra Sutton and Joanne Bies, seated. Standing are Karen Sontag, art editor, Barbara Magnuson and Judith Campbell, organizotions. working women Someone has to be working and in this case Sharon l-louseworth, as the Pilot typist, is the example of a perfect secretary-and there is plenty ot copy for Sharon to handle. Mounting pictures is no small part ot the iob ot creating a yearbook. Here Sharon Heideman, co- senior editor, is trimming a picture while Barbara Barnum, class editor, and Carol Oakins, girls' sports editor, take directions from Georgann Koelln, co- senior editor. Supervising the editing oi the book and the busi- ness venture thcit it involves is Miss Margaret Glenn. Purge S nt,-tr' i-I-I--4 ff-H" Hlli'ril1 td 1 '15 1'l'l9SpIGl1S STCIQS, CIC1' eflfeffdlnlng SCENES Its no dream world for the Dra matuc Club members as they make ready for any land of performance requlred of them Sometlmes nt as a raduo or T V show requested by the Department of Education Agann other organlzatlons call on thus group for talent Advlsed by Mlss Florence Vest the club draws Its membership from grades ten eleven and twelve At regular monthly meetnngs members presented readungs slats or ex planatuons ot the helds nncluded nn dramatic art ln March the Dramatuc Club pre sented Karan Loney and Katherine Nelson IU a cuttnng from Maxwell Andersons Mary of Scotland at a lount meetnnc wntl' Qumll and Scroll ,E 0 DNHHIIS r IH! ,fve- R Rehearsnng a skrt un the sound room are the officers of the club Judnh Campbell treasurer Rosalle Hert secretary Robert Chrlstensen vlce president Marcia Hagen presldent Loulse Brooklns program chairman club ands student council In march of toys assembly lust krcls at play Page s ty fo Uslng theur talents for the March ot Toys assembly are members of the Dramatlc Club These students dressed IU costumes and nmperson ated dltterent toys Each one gave a small speech telling why the toys should be gnven to the Santa Claus Club The assembly was spon sored by the Student Councul Pnctured here are Elnar Gustav son tn has little red wagon Suzanne Perfect and Paul Peterson hangung theur stockungs and Vuctor Etuenne portraylng a lack In the box O O I I - S I 1. 1 f c 1 1 - I I - 1 11 11 , l , , . . . . . 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" "-1 5 I 5:-11. rf gg Rf? fl: ,ia ' V. ,xt X - 5. 15 ,114--. f-11 ' Za .1-Y 1 'lg 'T l F -1 if ' fl K ' . . , an ' QB - , T. 7 F .'v!52 1 ,fl ' , ..q.-mix- F93 1 ' o o 1 1 1 'x - ur YTeens IS the Murray gIrls way of promotIng brotherhood and servIng school and communIty Among the many prolects dIrected toward helpIng others was Chrnstmas carolIng for shut IDS ln January Y Teeners made Valentme favors tor the chIldren IU Grllette Hospnal They also decorated th YWCA for ChrIstmas There were meetnngs for theIr own enloyment and Interest too These Included a swImmIng party a panel dIscussIon on VOVIOUS re lIgIons an Apple PolIshIng Tea to whIch teachers were Invlted a nut sale and a come as you are breakfast party ouch my curls' At one ot theIr monthly Tuesday nIght meet Ings YTe ners watch as Mr Anthony a haIr styIIst arranges the CFOWHIDQ glory ot Larra dIne l-less Murrays branch was represented both cIty Wld6 and natIonally Jacquehne Roan and Barbara Enckson were ICC board members and last tall Barbara and Jacauelme were rep resentatIves at the NatIonal Y Teens Conter nce IH New York and WashIngton D C Murray s Y Teens had Its largest membershIp thIs year and members all agree they have gaIned SOTISTOCTIOD from SGVVIDQ others and have receuved much Ioy out of worlcmg mth gIrls wIth common Interests y-teens give help to others Going over the agenda for a tuture meetIng IS the Y Teens board The oftlcers tor thIs year are Jeannnne Fahsl vIce presxdent and program chaIrman Nancy McKIn ney secretary QylvIa Borgeson I ter Cxty CouncIl representatIve Jan Ice Anderson treasurer Barbara ErIclcson presIdent The advIser IS MIss DIane ErIckson from the Um VGTSITY of MInne ota ui: .lf " '!.k'-T 2-'Suv Dag sxft' 1 2 . , Iv , VT' . 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X I ' 1 1 ,.fi , N i. f e i'--we girls' league --- future club leaders i L f ll 1 Q It il ?V Its spring time tor girls to show oft their new fashions and the Girls League mother daughter tea is an ideal place to do so Ths is given by the younger members of the league to honor senior girls and their mothers These lovely ladies Joyce Prickett Karen Brinkman Jacqueline Roan and Barbara er Miss Gladys Rose with ci cor sage Another formal occasion in Girls League is the installation of new ofticers which takes place in June is this meeting that the Girls League birthday is celebrated Girls League also sponsored the Sweetheart Ball in February where Charles Smith and Down Pederson were chosen to reign as King and Queen of Hearts Page sixty six Bfly At one of the informal meetings of the Girls' League board, Carol Oakins, program chairman, Sharon Razskazoft, treasurer, Sonia Matt- son, secretary, Rosalie l-lert, presi' dent, and Judy Thompson, vice president, sample caramel apples which the Girls' League sells as a money making project. The Girls' League meets once a month, presenting programs which are of interest to girls in grades nine through twelve In order to make freshman girls feel more at home the organization honored them at the tirst meeting They received green beanies vhich they wore the rest of the day To aid girls in the selection ol careers the theme of the January meeting was a career panel A style show in April gave the members ci look at summer styles honoring miss rose VW! 1 -4 A N , A . . . . L h - .' l , - ' fs l A if K? ' 0 l ' ' . i ' . 1 r fell A ' ' 'Q' , , ff. -sg, J rs , r Erickson are presenting their advis- A ji h H' V A g , , ' " ' A ' f . I A t Q I ' - ' . 1 - A 'fa I I . N A Q -.23 , 1: 4 ,. . , Lt It 5 . ' ,V , 0 It . Gt . . . , t x ,' ' , - ,MI . . . '. lv- . , . scribes of today follow traclmon Ofllcers of Quill ond Scroll hove o double duty Besides lceepung the orgonuzotuon func tuonang smoothly they ossrst at oll unatuotnons The ofhcers olso serve os o polucy molcung boord Puctured here at the begnnnlng of on nnutuotnon ore Lee Snyder treczsurer Marcua Hagen vlce presudent Koren Sontog pres: dent JeonnlneFc1hsl secretory As usual Quill and Scroll members kept very busy rushlng about to secure odequote materuol for the schools publucotnons Thus plus thenr wrltmg ond their servuce to the school meruted the coveted badge of the scribes of old for severol stafl members On the soclol side the soclety be-gon the yeor with a dlnner at the Hotel Lowry un the toll At thus time the events for the colendor were :ltscussed A Thonksguvlng theme an November set the stoge for the M flrst unutuotuon whuch was held an the library Plctures ol post members 9 ond notes taken from the clubs orchuves gave new members an tdeo concernrng the hnstory of Murray s choptev of thus nnternatnonol organ lzotton Snowboll Day was the theme of the January unntuotnon During the same month the group combuned with the Lubrory Club to hear Mr Allred Muellerluele discuss his European tour Front Row Carol Oalons Karrn Lone! Jacqu ltne Roan Judtlx Campbell Barbara Barnum Joanne Bses Laurell' Koran 9 Rosale H Sandra Sutton Borbora Muqnuson Jeonmne Fohsl Karen Sontaq Georqann Koelln Judnth Nelson ' Roqer Rnsbrudt Janet Krueq r Mary Lou Kroona Patrrcta Roth Beverly Shenre Karen Kulenkamp Corol Kramer Sharon Henclemon Terry Lester 0 Roger Hlnze Thomas Dum nt Roger Abrahumson Robert Ponek Wayne Johnson Lee Snyder Mnchoel Scott Dantel Shoules Pye U O O f 4 1 I 1 I ! V l 1 . , . . . f I l ,11 T V- . .pr 1. - - H . H .- , . . . . ,- , ti - - if ' . , H ' ' ' ' .,?. ' f, .,1 :Q .' ' 'fl . .. . . . . . 1, 7 K .un . ', ,t ' 1' -, .,'r, ,J -. . G- ., 1 - V - J . . v , . . , A . . V , 1 ,Y 'f H If , V - - - - . . E - , - I ' V t er". e, t . , . . I O l . f' stftpevef lunlor councll learns pattern Robert Llndsoy Senior Student Council presi dent urged thot o group be orgonized ogcnn this yeor in order thot the younger members ol Murroy leorn how the council opercrtes und what its services to the school ore The Iunior council hcms been commcnclcd on its excellent work in helping with the lunch hour problem Previous to the Christmos holidoys the group decorated the lunch room A other bg help t the scnor council was t ,uniors old in giving idecls about their oge groups problems in ClCllUSlllTQ to high school lite lvlr George Rose cldviser ol the Junior Student Council olso teels thot the experience goined est in the schools governing body This year the Junior Student Council decorated the cafe terra for Christmas week ot Murray Planning these decoro tions are the ofticers Judy Sanford vice president Carolyn Rudolf president Mary Peterson secretary Diane Lowie treosurer organization sponsors march of toys Page lxty eight When entering o typicol home room ot Christmos time It is ct not 1 to see o beoutl u wrcipped box sitting nedr the decor oted tree This is the lvlorch ol Toys box wcnting to be tTlled with gifts from Murroy students Sponsored onnuolly by the Student Council tor St Poul Sonto Clous u these boxes ore filled ond the gifts are tolcen to the needy children oll ground the city who except lor this would receive little for Christ mos At the end ot the week the os sembly is held ond oll the boxes ure presented in the auditorium Here delivering their homeroom boxes to be put under the tree ure Corol Antonson l-lolly Hunt ond Koren Colvert The interested on looker is Gory Poulson . . . ri i O -fi' ' ' he . . , . . , . , .V by this orgonizotion will help in stimuloting inter- D , Z ' Q D . 5 . o o urcl sight 't lly the . Cl b, 'k , s - ' senlor councll sets the pace It any organtzatuon represents the symbol of service tt as the Student Councul Malang Ile more pleasurable tn every way tor Murrayntes thus group comprused of a sensor and a Iunuor dtvtslon help the admunlstratuon I0 varuous ways Early last fall the Student Councul untroduced a new plan for assembly seatung Another prob lent that the organlzatlon has worked on tor months us that of the crowded lunch room sttuo tuon The tntroductuon ot the use of recreational areas during lunch perlods has been very helpful to and popular wlth the student body On the recreatnonol stde the councll sponsors W0fk'n9 On 'he UMUC' C0mmUf1I'Y Chest Dfwe We the officers of the Senior Student Councul Jacquelnne SNC Foolm DOY Gnd The evemng dance Ad Roan treasurer Robert Lsndsay presrdent Lynne Morrn group lnaugurates noon clanclng Sontcthtng new has been added to the twenty hve ntlnute lunch pe nod at Murray thus year Sponsored by the Senior Student Council tu dents play records tn the audttort for danctng or ust listen pleasure Here you see Wtlltarn Stathas and Dantel Tyson showtng thelr talents to the older students sttttng out front Thus ptcture was taken durtng thlrd lunch when a large percentage ot the tumor hugh grour ts enloynng the ntucl day break The records played range tram rock and rol to easy otn nlusrc for lunchers only Page 1 ny nme o o viser to this group is Mr, GGOVQQ R050 son, secretory, Judith Nelson, vice president. Q C , .I S - um ' l ' for ,, 'H 9 . Q . , , music, batons, instruments, flags, Jllt A picture of beauty and vitality are Murray's inaiorettes and flag twirlers. These girls are always on hand to add spirit and gaiety to the Band as it marches gingerly onto the football held. Looking very chic in then new bhm sweakws and gow SkuB,ThG maiorettes led the Band through many intri- cate formations during the winter, The flag twirlers are a new addition to the Band this year. Posing with their batons and flags are the maiorettes h , Not in the picture are two flag twirlers, and flag twirlers. Deanne Dumont, Dianne Sutten, Joanne Bies, head maioretteg Mary Peterson, Hermene Nelson, Bev- Linda Ehrler and Jacqueline Hoelscher. erly Johnson. Seventh and eighth graders who someday hope to belong to Senior Band are Junior Band members, They are lcept busy practicing and even appear at the Spring Concert to give their elders some competition. Front row: Virginia Maas, Judith Hunt, Karen Soderlund, Ann Cerny 9 Richard Wright, Russell Swanson, Christopher Page, Kirt Schoftner, Kenneth Rutford, Paul Neubrand, Donald Slnundberg, Glenn Hawkinson, Susan Dow, Judith Hilderbrand, Barbara Hasking, Carolyn McKay, Delores Ludwig, Mr. Alex Heron 9 David Gregerson, Susan Mazzitello, Martha Vong, Mary Stoslcopf. T l Q i T l l 5 , s skates, combine for school spirit U . Band officers Sandra Sut- ton, secretary, Sharon Gred- vig, treasurer, Judith Nel- son, vice president, and Sam Haroldson, president, get together for a iam ses- sion before talking over Lending both enthusiasm and pep to football, hock- ey, basketball games, and assemblies is Murray's Senior Band. During the fall, members were busy planning the Homecoming Dance, which the groua sponsored, or practicing marching formations and music for games. During early December eager members of the Band sold candy bars in order to secure money for I5 X business. Besides his regu- lar duties, the president takes over as leader in the absence of Mr. Alex Heron, director. The officers also . appoint committees for their Y various activities. The Band under the direction of Sam Haroldson played marches while Murray students con- tributed to the polio drive at the "March of Dimes" as- sembly. new uniforms. Their uniforms and the new tassel hats added a colorful note to hockey games as the Skating Band was photographed for a national magazine and the St, Paul Dispatch. Throughout the year the Band played at many community functions. Among these were a perform- ance at the downtown Winter Carnival rink, and a concert at the Veterans' Hospital at St. Cloud. Center Front: Judith Frost, Jeannine Fahsl, Julian Anderson, Miriam Frost, Sylvia Borgeson, Katherine Lembke, Judith Nelson ' Row one: Janet Pearson, Kay Powe, Bevcrly Baines, Donna Sandberg, Maral Webser, Sandia NNescott, Lareadinf- Hcss, Grayce Michelson, Mary Snyder, Sue Wat- kins, JoAnn Vallmer, Sue McKay, Judith Klock, Carol Morgen, Charlere Barrett, Kathryn Johnson, Joan Knippenberg, Karen Martz, Sandra Sutton, Gerald Jacobsen, Roger Sandauist, Donald Moffatt, Meiidel Fahsl, Constance Tyson, Lenora Halstead, Susan Kaiser, Betty Ann Schmidt, Jean Dow, Diane McElligot, William Torqersen, Robert Skundbera, Ter y Newell ' Sharon Hovda, Nancy Manning, Karen Slind, Mary Beth Broderick, Gloria Goymen, Bonnie Marsh, David Krause, William Franta, Bob Lindgren, Jim Pearson, Melanie Christensen, Diane Uram, Doris Benson, Marguerite McKay, Jcan Schroder, Charles Maas, Lois ForsblaJ, Gerald Pratextor, Chris Brohauqh, Ronald Sandauist, Sharon Gredvia, Terry Willzarns, David Magnuson, Carol Luke, Dianne Linstrom, Betty Lauerer, Gretchen Van Zaridcn, Barbara Mayer 9 Sarah Johnson, Carol Waterman, Ernili Holt, Donald Waxbera, Bradley Pass, Steve Brohauqh, Sorn Haroldson, Jay Moor, Donald Krause, Bruce Johnson, Richard Carlson, James Arndt, Gerald Liepitz, Jules Moor, Standing: Sandra Schaffner, Carolyn Deutsch, Rosemary Soderlund, William Linsley, Michael Barnes, Rick Hcsking, Torn Mazzitello, Betty White, Kathleen Doelfz, Co:-stance Spooner, Albert Staskoof, Margaret Madigan, Shorilyn Lange, Jock Dunlap, Julie Thomsen, Jack Steingraber, Elsie Vona, Vernon Isakson. Leavnng for a tour through Burroughs Offlce Supply Company are the omcers of the Cadettes Janet Pearson Sharon Meloy vice presndent Sharon Heldeman Joan Harveaux secretary Audrey Cheatham presndent business cadettes gam secretarial knowledge officers ready for held trip Getting ready for secretarial car eers as the mann oblectuve of the Buslness Cadettes Each gurl as as signed to a teacher or club so that she may have actual practuce IU typung or related work Takung dnctatlon rnln eographnng typung and Hlung are lust a few ot the things on a day s program Cut I tncrls IS a task also er formed by the enthuslastlc C dettes All of the organxzatnons In school are equally dependent on the Buslness Caclettes whose trarned gurls carry on secretarial work 5 Here are future secretarnes In the making learnung the fundamentals of typung and shorthand and gaumng knowledge about general office etiquette and practuces Left to rnght are Elleen Cook Nancy Wells Janet Pearson Sharon House worth Sharon Meloy I Georgann Koelln Audrey Cheatham Barbara Arth C Joan Harveaux Sharon Heldeman Yvonne Allen Ann Hawkins Caroyn Lemm Page seventy two U O O t'ng se ' ' up - . . O- o o 'B ds . ly E S dessert hme cadettes serve Another rnterestnng held trrp was the clubs VISll to the Munnesota Mutual lnsurance Com pany s buuldlng where the latest In oftlce equrp was seen The future secretartes were nmpressed by the many mechanucal devuces used to facul :tate the companys vvorlc lnstallatron ot new oflhcers and members for the comung year took place at the annual Buslness Cadettes breakfast early thus month at the Unlverslty of Munnesota St Paul campus Advlsers lor thus servtce organuzatuon are Mass Valborg Helseth and Mass Eleanor Steel smtth Annually before Chrtstmas the Busmess Ca dettes entertann at a luncheon for the faculty and school personnel The gurls as charmnng hostesses serve a dellcuous dessert and coftee before the holnday vacatnon Carryung out theur dutues are Yvonne Allen and Ann Hawkuns wart mg upon Mr Bernard Qumn and Muss Marne Darche as the teachers try the Cadettes Vantlla Surprlse T 1? -Q.,x ...X versatile IS the word for school s busmess women Practlcnng what they have learned are Enleen Cool: Nancy Zebe and Yvonne Allen These gurls helped the admlnlstra tlon and faculty by running through bulletlns and tests on the mtmeographlng machine In order to secure money for therr club the Cadettes made and sold fudge Dorng theur part nn thus protect are Sharon Hendeman Audrey Cheatham Sharon Houseworth Joan Harveaux Sharon Meloy and Janet Pearson page .entyfrnfc x 7,2 1-qi' 1 iv!! 191,51 . 533 xii". 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'F' 7:33 ,N ix R qxx-Nnnr 'qi kg Tj, -,,,, ., -EQ NE """5 gm- ,K A Xxx' ': .3 .ks EY Y ' A ' L G, MURW Work IS also sncluded In thus fun lovlng week Just ask the managers about the tlresome hours spent buyung posters paint and paper These homecomlng managers are from left to rlght Robert Llndsay Joel Kerlan Peter Arny Roger Rlsbrudt and Grenvulle Fcles The music ns over the swlrl of the dancers IS stall only the torn streamers and confettn on the floor remaln ut memorues wull lnnger for years Queen Judlth smlles at her date James McLean as she thnnks back on the mcst wonderful week of her lnfe symbol of royalty murray s best homecommg Whurls ot excttement thrtlls of antlcupatson and bursts of surprises are charactenstlc of Murrays Homecoming week Campangns held at the homes were marked by masses of posters paint and confusnon On Tuesday of the bag week candvdates and theur managers were presented to the school at an assembly Each manager Introduced has beauties all Beauty grace and ele gance are the words whuch best describe the gurls chosen for queen candldates Sleepless ntghts were spent because ot the excttement and tenston that mounted each day Seated on cloud number seven Ift to nght are Karen Sontag Juduth Nelson Karin Laney Rosalne l'-lert and Joanne Bucs Judith Nelson was crofvnfd sembly ry Mary Lef Swan te 956 ozcefn ol noffs u ew Jfltt fmr t ncants vvfre v PT at e ne :na O t r onte I n the sch o future queen an an orugmal way The late hours kept Wednesday mght were soon tor gotten when dawned a beautltul Thursday for the parade Competutron lor the best sectlon IH the parade was keen Ill every sense Karcn Sontag won the pruze tor the best float Joanne Bues and Karen Sontag tied tor the best section I . . . . fb I I I l . I , . I C ' Friday afternoon tn the as- A I J. ,f Vg cf I h I 'Tree S , Geo: :jln s Jher at- e l ' p T, pese. th, gar , r 'als he 'C ,tr Ewallf' held t o I rn. t Y Par e S'E,'gYTf,'1':.-,x everyone loves the sno-clay frolic . . Typical of the Sno-Day afternoon activities is the tobogganing at Como Park. Here, truly enioying the festiv- ities are Robert Panek, Chloe Sterlc, and Karen Johnson. The Coronation in the morning started the Sno-Day program. Miss Eva Wicker, the i957 St. Paul Queen of the Snows, arrived to crown the Sno-Day King, Carl Giertson, and Queen, Jacqueline Roan. . . . The happiness of these tive candidates for Sno-Queen is very evident as they create this snowman. They are Judith Campbell, Carol Oalcins, Lana Millman, Jacqueline Roan, and Laurelli Koran. King candidates were Quentin Perfect, Carl Giertson, James Nielsen, Grenville Fales, and Sam Haroldson. . . . What a thrill to be chosen prince and princess ot Sno-Day. 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"A Christmos present? osks James Hurley, os he holds the picture frome before Ronold Anderson's foce. ff - rf A I - v r - r sm 'r . ' L i' s ' is n cz l ' , ' V, Page aught, home, outslcle talent help make assemblies delightful n assembly Murray students entertained Que After the crowning of the queen at the Homecomi Q d that naturally included William Humphreys and Karen Brinkman en Judith The very best talent was selected an ll lc that You Gotta be a Football Hero t Dressed in a cheerleader outtlt Karen made the point we nown William in his football togs One of the many appearances of the choir included a delightful performance of the Octette at the fall d th san Oh What a Beautiful Morning While h r ro ram Dressed in the costumes of an earlier perio ey g c on p g Strolling in the Park and songs typical of the season t held in the Twin Cities at many civic affairs as well as at conven ions semblies This talented group sang f M students represents what one sees at the many as C I O . . ,, O . . . The expressions on the faces of this group o urray ' ' , h ' yar from pep assemblies to those for Brotherhood Week, scientific reviews, 0 '1 1 V, held during the year These gat erings y musicals dancing and special speakers Page eighty o Joel Kerlan the defending att rney and Davnd Burgess ludge want rmpatlently whsle George Tselcs ballft gnves the oath to John Zupfer bookkeeper for Blorn Falkner senlors present drama e Thus year s sensor class play The Night of January I6 provuded some spnnetlngllng moments for the audnence as the murder mystery unfolded Dlrected by Mass Florence Vest the cast presented a court trial ln a mature manner and the tury chosen from the auduence helped to hold the suspense untrl the Gnal The play one that has been popular wlth hugh school audiences as authored by Ayn Rand Anxious onlookers watch as Sam Haroldson playmg Larry Regan comes stormlng up onto the stage He s gangster who ns somehow maxed up In the murder of Blorn Falkner Here leaving the wltness stand IS Donald Snyder a poltce man Lett to right are Karm Loney defendant Joel Kerlan defense attorney Robert Chrustensen prosecuting attorney and George Tselos night of lanuary sixteenth lt deals wtth the trual lor the murder of an Important executlve Blorn Falkner Karen Andre as his secretary and the accused murderess was convlncungly handled by Karan Loney ln tact Karm s unterpretatnon caused the mat nnee lury and the evenung lury to dlfter as to her Innocence or guult tone to the cast as did the prosecutlng lavvyer Robert Chrnstensen and defense attorney Joel Kerlan Astounded by the words that fly between Joel Kerlan and Robert Chrustensen IS Adrrann Stathas playing Jane Chand ler a handwrltlng expert David Burgess sounds has gavel for order l th ' ' ' curtain. The judge, played by David Burgess, gave a dignihed I . Q I G . . . , . h s , t 3 ' . 4, . Z xg Y , s 2. 3 ' 5 ,.s.. , gr ' 13: Wa lournalusts here classufy news E ery cay brungs the routune a u nn nts au cl work wutlnun he c as VOCTTT 1 G ourna l TTT uw g oups wor un on u new raper urveys tu t r y C puru Four h Esta e members st du d a r from r e y soc n c Unutec Stct 'Xlews wrutung cu un ccvertu ut layouts cnd other pha o e new papeu were stud ed and ds cussed l-e e conceu tratung are Rob ert Eddy Peter Law on Carol l-lod Beverly l-lardung J th ewus kc ren lyer on clan cupud selects hus queen uch of us vvu be choseno each ot the group as they gather alter beung nomunated by sophomores as can dudates tor Sweetheart Kung and Queen The gurls selected are Beverly Barne cnlorua Gaymen and Dawn Pederson The boys are Lundell l-less Allan Vuehl and Crarles Srnuth After Hnal votung whuch took place at the Sweetheart Ball Dawn and Charle were crowned Kung and Queen of Heart The punk heart throne was decked wuth red cupuds hearts and streamers whuch carrued out the red and punk color scheme ol the walls and ceulung decoratuon After the coronatuon the kung and queen were entertauned by Wulluam Humphreys and Sharon Meloy who sang USUOllf sponsored by Gurls League thus year a group of senuor boys helpea wuth arrangements for the dance K' Page e glrty tt ee CI 1'0O1'II1 Cheerleaders? Well lets say they tru d These three n ale cheer l oder umpo tors are .leron e Grove Roger Rusbrudt and Janses Lee Th s us probably the most reurembered assembly staged at Murray thu year Sponsored by the GAA he three boys puctured donn d gurls cheerleader unuforms and gave an exhubutuon of clovvnung at uts best ln the background us a group of spectators consustung of Murray stu dents plus one very excuted faculty member representung the varuous types of fans seen at a sports event Also present are Danuel Shaules the all too bored spectator and Max Berc the studuous student There us always one person who has to eat contunuously durung the game and thus character was por troyed by Mr Robert Rutter faculty member canteen time us fun tume Comes a Fruday nught and there need for a specual sort of dance Thus beckons the Canteen Board to actuon un plannung lust the event The board us comprused of all lun uors who plan get chaperones dec orate sell pop and play records Dances alternate for uunuor and senuor hugh school students The low lughts soft musuc svvushung dancers and lught conversatuon over a coke make ut great fun for all Here relaxung and enuoyung them selves before a dance are the fren bers of the Canteen Board Carol Borgeson Perry Lcnnes Betty Whute Donald Moffatt Carole Hal len .lean Schroder James Otto Eluzabeth Kaufmann Kevun Johnson Wulluam Wayne Susan Wulke Mar tha Rogness Norman Olson Roger Sandquust I I 1 1 ' 1 -1 1 - u 1 1 1 I . w. 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 t. 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I . - 1 it ani ff F as e qnvy Symbol of Cooperahon and Good wtll Mr and Mrs E W Abrahamson Mr and Mrs ClarenceA Allen Mr and Mrs H W Allen Mrs Verna G Anderson Dr and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Mr and Mrs Rev and Mrs Mr and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Mr and Mrs Frederuck P Arny Wade L Barnum Albert N Bles Theo M Baes Erick R Borgeson Otto R Bren Erwin E Brinkman W W Brookms E Clayton Burgess Sr J R Burkholder Ray Carlson Sr Irvmg C Christensen D G Clemmons Thomas V Dumont Clifford Dupaul Howard F Ellers C P Erickson A G Fahsl Charles G Fales L A Gnle Carl Glertson Mr and Mrs A H Gredvrg Mr and Mrs Raymond Gronert Mrs Irma Grove Mr and Mrs Joseph Hadrlts Mr and Mrs A B Hagen Mrs MargaretJ Haroldson Mr Mrs r and Mrs Frank Harveaux and Mrs E W Hawklns and Mrs P J Hendeman Johanna Hert and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Laurence Hess Joseph Hulgert Wm C Hmze Jr Wm K Jacky M E Johnson Sture H Johnson John Korner G W Kellor J H Kerlan T R Koelln Alfred F Koran Joseph Kramer W J Kroona Clemens H Kulenkamp Albert F LaBere I O Mr. . . . . Mr. . . ' . . Mr. . . . ' Mr. . . . ' Mr. . ' . Mr. . . . ' Mr. . . . Mr. . ' . ' M . . . . . . ' Mr. . ' . . . . Mr. . . . ' . . . , , Mr. . , . Mr. and Mrs. William E. Campbell Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jahnke Mr. . . Mr. . . . Mr. . ' . ' Mr. . . Mr. . , . Mr. . Mr. . . Mr. . . . Mr. . ' Mr. . . . Mr. . . ' Mr. . . . Mr. ...' Mr. . . Mr. . . . Mr. . Mr. . . Mr. . . . Mr. . . . ' Mr. . . , , ' Mr. . . Are the Senlor Parents Pages Mr and Mrs Mr and Mrs Mrs Geneva Mr and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs ond Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Harold Langley G A Larson Lee Perry Lester R L Lindsay Thorwald Loney W E Louclcs L H Maas Wnlluam H Maehl Lloyd A Magnuson A C Manke Robert D McCulley Sherman McFarIm Deane A Mlllman H H Moffatt Howard Munson J Merlyn Nelson H P Nlelsen Reynold Nllson Harold Oalans W J Panel: W C Paulson A D Pearson Dale Perfect Walter O Peterson Joseph M Poeschl Mrs Rose Polacec and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs rof and Mr Mrs r and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Glennl Prvclcett John F Quinn G H Rlsbrudt James R Roan George C Roth Lyle C Scott Frank H Shaules Fred M Sheure Donald F Snyder Leon C Snyder George C Sontag Robert Spooner Amos F Sutton CllftordJ Thompson s Dumntrn Tselos Stanley Vrehl Charles VonRueden Michael Welhrauch Loss J Wells and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs and Mrs Charles Whute R F Wlllce C E Wnftmer Henry G Zavoral Frank Zebe HowardJ Zupfer ' I . . . . Mr. . . ' , Mr. . . ' , , Mr. . . . ' Mr. ...' Mr. . . Mr. . Dr. . . Mr. . . . Mr. . . Mr. . . . Mr. . . Mr. . ' ' . Mr. . . ' Mr. . . Mr. . , Mr. . . . Mr. . . Mr. . . Mr. . . Mr, , ' Mr. . Mr. . . ' Mr. . . Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Mingo Mr. and Mrs. Uno W. Swanson Mr. . . . Mr. . ' . Mr. . P . . ' ' ' Mr. . . Mr. . ' Mr, ...' Mr. . Mr. . ' Mr. . ' ' Mr. . ' . ' . Mr. . . . M . . ' Mr. . . . Mr. . . . ' Mr. . . . Mr. . . .. ' Mr. . Mr. . . Mr. . . Mr. . Mr. . . Mr. . . r Q Churches Represent Spiritual Symbol In The Community Symbolic ot the churches' influences in the daily lives of Murray students are the spires and crosses that tower above the surrounding homes. Closely connected with the activities of young people are the excellent programs offered by all denominations for their youth groups. Poee Bethel Lutheran Church Church of St Andrew Wheelock and Maywood 1051 Como Avenue Arthur W Koehler Pastor Reverend R W Doherty Como Park Lutheran Church St Anthony Park Congregational Church 1547 Sheldon at Hoyt 2129 Commonwealth Avenue Reverend O E Schmidt Pastor Reverend Edwin C Johnson Pastor Corpus Christi Church St Anthony Park Lutheran Church Buford and Cleveland Avenues 2323 Como Avenue Holy Childhood Church St Matthews Episcopal Church Pascal and Midway Parkway 2136 Carter Avenue Reverend John Buchannan Pastor Reverend R E Thrumstron ghty-e qw Reverend Paul A. Colbert, Pastor Reverend Alvin G. Lewis, Pastor . , . an ,z i .,..,.,4 Z3--.2 'Lf' PARK CO OP V on. ASSOCIATION XZ ,y QA- '-+""'c 'r hr J T' Complete Automoblle Servuce 2277 Como Avenue 44775 St Paul Munn MOLITOR S JEWELRY Como nd Carter Ave MI 4 8000 Dumonts House of Beauty LATEST HAIR STYLE 2262 Como MI 6 3788 HARDER S BIG TEN GROCERIES FRUITS VEGETABLES We Deliver 2256 COMO Ml 5 3935 LEE HOPKINS SERVICE STATION 0 Lubrucatlon 0 Repairing 0 Battery Service COMO AT DOSWELL Ml 6 9036 Q ff,-, 00' Q Q '04-.Q-' 0 40" 'QQs'-04"s,Q-',fQ4-,'A00'0,"4,4,Q',44,Q- ,'0c,, ','4-.Q ' 'Q' 'Q' GUERTIN S PHARMACY i.A+.4f4c 0 Prescription DYOQQISIS 4-as 0 Fountaln Service QL' cis-A-2 Como at Carter Ml 6 'l6'l2 BEST WISHES FROM THE PARK STORE 2290 Como Ml 5 2830 LYLE S BARBER SHOP Latest Halr Styling For Men and Children COMO AT CARTER Johnson Bacheller Ross, Inc Commercial I Candld T6 MM Movles Stereo 81 35 MM Slides Aerual Official Photographers for Mann Motor Transport Assoclatlon 2282 Como Ml 5 6811 EVERYBODY HEADS FOR w C MILLER S PHARMACY W for an afternoon snack after the luberty bell rmgs X STATIONERY and SCHOOL SUPPLIES Como and Doswell MI 6 3274 Poge erqhy nm rf ' . 0 1 . 7 I , -- "-,. f - . 7 - .f , , m ',L,, -4 , K. , If A , .. , 4 , ,q . , ,,, . -.. 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INN Errckson Studros Offrcral Photographers Of the 1957 Prlot Treasury of History Per sonalutaes and events hugh lughtmg 56 years of Samt Paul s growth are recorded ln photographic prlnts and negatlves nn the files of Erickson Portralt Studios ln a new home at 16 West Sixth Street Founded by Carl 0 Erickson the studio has served the cltlzens of St Paul through succeed mg generatuans Now the founders daughter Esther Jos carrnes on the buslness that she learned from her father GIESEN S Theatrucal Hustorucal Costumes for Luttle Theaters Schools Colleges 6th 8- Wabasha Sts CA 4 3621 NATE S MEN S SHOP Cor 9th and Wabasha St Paul 2 Munn AXEI. NEWMAN HEATING 81 PLUMBING CO 1608 Como Ave W MI 6 7444 PLUMBING HEATING 8. SEWER REPAIR GAS HEAT INSTALLATION 81 SERVICE HOWARD HARDWARE 978 North Dale Phone HUmboldt 9 3210 ,I Page n nety two 5355855 g-QRS. :.'-ft.. 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JOSTEN S Smce 1897 Representative H A Petersen 134 Foshay Tower Mmneapolus Minnesota Save for the Future Falcon Heights State Bank posvts Insured up to SIOOOO by the Federal Deposut Insurance Corporatlon 1544 W Larpenteur Ml 5 3479 ST PAUL FLORAL FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 678 Front Ave HU 9 1336 MELOY S GROCERY 423 Fry MI 6 9282 COMPLETE LINE OF GROCERIES P q yI I s . , . . z . D I I ' l I f 1' ' I I a , 4 I I . s ,-,,f,",,,-,',,,',','.-,,,,,,,,,J-,-, 5 5 l 5 n I ' ' z , - 1 I ' - I A 6 ' I I 5 0 ,,,,,,,-,,---,,,,,----,--,,,,,,,,NI 1 if 'gr . I I . I 5 I I I I I . I I I I - , L . . . I I I . n E 2 . . I . , - I I .,,,,--,..,,,,,,-,,-,,--,,-,,,,,,,-- I ,,,,,,,-,,.,,,----,,,,,,,-- Q ',,",,, I I I I I I I df I 5 0 I I II 1 - ll E De ' ' , , I . . I I I . . - . . I I 1 ' 3 . . I -,,,,,.,,-,-,,,,--..-,-,-,--,,-,,,, I I . I .. I . I I ' I I - s I 5 , 0 f . I - , I ' I I I . . 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