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ATHLETICS 16- 31
If the school and the community wished to select an ideal repre-
sentative of both, we think their choice would second that of the
1960 Pilot Stalf-Mr. Bernard J. Broderick.
As an example of an educator, a community leader, and a good
neighbor, Mr. Broderick qualihes with much to spare. In fact the
Brodericks are frequently to be found entertaining or helping
young people of the neighborhood, and participating in commu-
Mr. Broderick, an instructor in mathematics, received his higher
education at St. Cloud State College, the University of Minnesota,
and the University of North Dakota. As a class room teacher, Mr.
Broderick is respected for his ability to instruct, to encourage, and
to guide his students.
However, he is best known in the community and the city as
'fCoach" to the players and to the many followers of hockey. It is
his great interest, and his record reveals taking three teams to the
State Tournament when he coached at Warroad, and two since
he has been at Murray. At the present time he is president of the
State Hockey Coaches Association.
It is with warm pride and genuine pleasure that we prese -
the Pilot subscribers our man of the e ' . ernard J.
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This is Murray in the corner of the
Saintly City. Here each day come
nearly one thousand students ranging
from seventh graders to high school
Within Murray's walls one finds a
friendly atmosphere and a wealth of
activities. Here, too, students learn
from the wisdom of the ages how to
live in the world of today, and how
to prepare to face the problems of
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St. Paul's famous statue of the Indian God of
Peace, a beautiful work in Mexican Onyx sculptured
by Carl Milles, is located in the City and County l
building. Here senior Jerry Pederson is explaining
the statue's significance to 'Ihorkild Nissen, Murrayls
AFS student from Denmark.
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In the beautiful State Capitol, passed every day by Mur-
, rayites bound for down town, are Mr. John Tracy Anderson,
legislative representative from the Murray district and a
former Murrayite, Mary Snyder, Girls' State representative,
y Jay Moor, and Jim Pearson, Boys' State representatives, ad-
, miring the State's flag.
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In early November the Murray gym served
as a polling place where citizens voted on the
bond issue and charter amendment to finance
schools. Mr. Charles Rogers, history teacher,
explains the voting machine to students Joan
Montgomery, Michael Pearson, and Daniel
Our VIP's are in a serious mood as they have their daily morning conference. We
are more likely to see them smiling and giving a friendly assist to teachers and students,
Left, Mr. Leslie Tripp, prinpicalg right, Mr. Donald Simmelink, assistant principal.
Bright-eyed? We hope so as this solid geometry class begins at eight o'clock each
morning, Eyes evade the intrusion of the camera man and focus on Miss Louise Smith
who is evidently drawing figures on the board. During the second semester these students
will take trigonometry.
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a little nourishrnentfeven if one malt
has to he shared, us Carolyn Rudolf,
Greta Giving. and Carole Baker demon-
strate. Dick Wilcs. however, devours his
Tin can, you say? It holds Murray's special brandyof peaches Uudy riechel, Nancy
Niemciyk, Susan VanZanden, audi-feather Wallb think Tom Jennings,tBi1l Frantzig and i
Rick Hosking, owner of this 'gforeignn model.
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Hnd that biology opens up a new
world of study. In high school
laboratories tomorrowls scientists
are encouraged to pursue the un-
Favorite spot for term papers, projects, or just plain home-
work is the library. Here Darlene Durant, Don Pautz, Ingrid
Giving, and Russ Swanson complete assignments.
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Get That Man
This looks as if a Mechanic Arts' ball
carrier is due for a surprise when the
two players converge. Dick Foster, num-
ber 12 of Murray, is tackling, while Pete
Aus is slowing down a determined Me-
chanic Arts' ball carrier.
Murray made several goal line thrusts,
but Mechanics' defense held each time,
depriving the Pilot gridmen of a win in
the homecoming game.
Quarterback Bill Engebretson is elud-
ing a Mechanic Arts' tackle as he makes
a nine-yard gain for a Hrst down.
This game found Murray on the losing
end of a l4f0 score. A powerful Me-
chanics' defense kept the Pilots from
scoring and from completing any passes.
Sit And Wait
concerning the opposing players.
team to victory.
'LSubs make the team," says Coach
Reno Rossini, and here they are ready
and waiting, No doubt each is wishing
to get in and make sixty yards for a
Every player will readily admit that
it is hard to sit out a game, or a part
of it. One finds the best kind of quarter
backing here, with entertaining remarks
The bench watches with keen interest
as the Pilots pull the upset of the season
by defeating Humboldt, a title contender
Cheerleaders, forgetting the crowd tor
a moment, concentrate on cheering the
lRow 1 Craig Wetherbee, Richard Geis, Wayne Diesslin, Edward Turi, Robert Zalk, Verne Comstock, James Pearson, Curtis
Smith 0 Charles Rosecrans, Robert Griffin, Gary Oakins, Robert Budde, Michael Pearson, Fred Haff, John Schoeller, John
Snodgrass I Coach Reno Rossini, Jeff Beyer, Michael Weihrauch, Arthur Kirby. Thomas Anderson, Gary Alm, Paul Mie-
sen, Donald Pautz, Richard Wiles 0 James Hughes, Roger Gammel, John Mantis, Richard Foster, James Jannett, David
Erauenshuh, Stephen Sweetland, Thomas Skovholt 0 Donald Steinle, Phillip Hager, Roger Johnson, Peter Aus, Robert
ainty, Gary Anderson, Michael Baukol, William Engebretson, John Vollmer, Asst. Coach Robert Ritter,
Gridmen Exibit Defense
The senior varsity football team started the season
in line style with a hard-fought win over Humboldt 7-0.
John Schoeller smashed through the opponents, line
and recovered a fumble on Humboldt's 38-yard line.
Pete Aus went for the winning touchdown.
In another defensive game against Wilson, Dick Fos-
ter was able to score a touchdown for the winning
score of 7-0. In the next two games, Murray lost by
identical scores, I4-0, to Mechanic Arts and City
Against Washington and Johnson, Murray's offense
began to roll with victories over Washington 20-O, and
Johnson I2-0. Scores were by Pete Aus, Dick Foster,
and a pass reception by Bob Budde. The last game of
the season against Central was played in a blizzard. In
spite of the hard-fought game by the Murray athletes,
Central came out on top 13-0.
Gary Oakins, who played tremendous football all
season, was selected on the All-City football team and
received honorable mention in the All-State selection.
Ed Turi, John Schoeller, and Charles Rosencrans gn of the pilots makes U Hying grab for the pigskin'
Elusive is the word for the football as Bob Grit'-
t placed on the All-Cityis honorable mention team. Having the same idea is the Trainers' Number 41.
Grab It, Mike!
Michael Weihrach, Murray's fullback, is
shown as he is about to grab the pigskin
on the opening kickoff of Murray's Home-
coming tilt with Mechanic Arts. Michaell
snatched the ball and ran for five yards. l
Through the combined efforts of a fast,
heavy line and the speed of Peter Aus,
Stephen Sweetland, and Dick Foster, Mur-
ray's Senior Varsity was able to hold a
record of 4 wins and 3 losses.
Junior Varsity Gains Experience
The Pilots, Junior Varsity, though lacking in num-
bers, showed promise. They started out the season
with two non-conference wins over Concordia by
38-0 and 32-14.
In their four conference games their inexperience
showed up as they lost to Harding, Mechanic Arts,
and Johnson. The Junior Varsity lost
most of last year's players to the senior squad.
Boys who showed up as potential varsity players
Mayer, George Willard, Gary Wand-
macher, and Michael Sullivan.
Row 1 John Bauer, Gerald Loney, Gary Blum, John Detviller, David Mayer, Jack Anderson, Michael Christian, Harold
Gammel 0 John Dexter, Jack Deutsch, Gerald Crowell, Mark Thompson, Trygg Hansen, Gary Wandmacher, Steven Hart-
wick, William Mantis, Peter Rogness 0 Coach George Rose, Robert Bacon, Keith Carlson, Richard Alexander, William Hors-
king, Gregory Page, Guy Haff, Gregory Risbrudt, Assistant Coach James Jannett O Robert Meyer, John Zellner, Paul
Waterman, George Willard, Bernard Hayes, Charles MacKenzie, Richard Clemen, Michael Sullivan.
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Row 1 James White, Terry Williams, Charles Maas, Jules Moor, Kenneth Morrison. Robert Abraham, Lindell Hess 0 Steph-
eu Sweetland, Robert Budde, Roger Pearson, Paul Miesen, James Jannett, Gerald Schoeller, Thomas Weber, William Enge
bretson 0 John Wolf, Thomas Anderson, John Mantis, Coach Vernon Petersen, Robert Lindgren, .lack Kollmer, Howard
Cindermen a,i1 Third Place
Working feverishly during dual meets this year
the Senior Varsity track team was able to hold a
After a close struggle with Humboldt for second
place in the Relay Carnival, the team took third
fied seven boys and one relay team in the city finals.
The team strength was about the same as last
year, but the squad still lacked depth in many events.
Don Steinle of the Junior Varsity track team won
the 220 yard dash and showed great promise in
with Central placing first. The Pilot cindermen quali- the 100 yard dash.
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Row 1 Thomas Davies, Michael Pearson, Thomas Skovholt, James Hughes, Donald Steinle, Richard Humphreys I Larry
Sargent, Jack Landis, Roger Novak, Donald Muellner, Ronald Niemela O John Wolf, David Steen, Werner Spandeau,
Russell Swanson, Coach Vernon Petersen.
Row l James Pearson, Coach George Rose, James Jannett 0 Gary Alm, James Freeman, Thomas Skovholt, Robert Griffin,
John Vollmer, Roger Spooner I Mgr, Julian Andersen, William Engebretson, Donald Steinle, Roger Olson, Michael Pearson,
Robert Budde, Michael Weihrauch, Fred Syrdal,
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Governors as the defense watches the outcome.
Fighting Buckete ers
While Murray's senior varsity basketball team
did not have a particularly successful season, they
were always fighting. The first game at Roches-
ter was a very hard fought, low scoring game,
ending in defeat for the Pilots. The team bounced
back, however, and was victorious over Le Cen-
ter, 45-39, and Concordia, 57-56. The Pilots
also defeated a very strong alumnae team by two
points in a three minute overtime.
In the Hrst conference game, the Pilots bowed
in defeat to a strong Johnson team. In successive
games, the scrappy Pilot men lost to Minneapolis
Southwest, St. Paul Central, Mechanic Arts,
Humboldt, Harding, and Wilson. Their hard
work was finally rewarded when the bucketeers
defeated the Monroe Green Wave and the Wash-
The Pilot bucketeers were a quick reacting
team. Because they were not large, Coach George
Rose depended on speed and fast breaks. The
team was led in scoring by co-captains James
Jannett and James Pearson. Among the leading
contenders for starting berths next year are John
Vollmer, William Engebretson, Gary Alm,
Thomas Skovholt, and Robert Griffin.
Co-Captains Are High Scorers
Co-captain Jim Jamiett leaps upward to slip in two Jim Pearson carefully avoided Monroe's opposition
points in this crucial game with the fighting Monroe and chalkcd up two more points for the Pilots.
Junior Varsity Shows Power
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lg' Cmtn' 'CHC O Ln lt' Robert Zalk, George Willard, Coach Robert Ritter. Richard Clemens, Richard Alex-
tef led the junigf Vgfgity thy-Qugh ander. Steven Hartwick, Mgr. Patil Waterman,
its very successful season.
Drill It In!
Terry Vasterling is shown
charging the Washington goal
while teammates Pete Aus and
John Duncan assist.
Murray took a 2-0 lead when
senior wing Curt Smith scored
twice in the first period. Mur-
ray's failure to score in the rest
of the game gave Washington
the game 4-2.
Pilots' Defense Stops Knights
Assisting goalie Bill Davis in
turning away another Harding
threat are Doug Krause, Mike
Johnson, and Tom Sergot.
In this spirited game, Mur-
ray took a fast 1-O lead in the
Hrst period when Doug Krause
scored. Murray tallied again in
the second period when Tom
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Bernard Broderick, John Mantis, Donald Razskazoff, Thomas Sergot, Douglas Krause, Stephen Sweetland, Roger Johnson, Ger-
ald Treichel, John Duncan 0 Bruce Olson, Richard Foster, John Campbell, Altin Paulson, Sherwood Pomeroy, Robert Nelson,
Pilots P1 ay Role
Murray's senior varsity hockey team began the
season with high hopes of victory. The first con-
ference game against Wilson saw Murray lose 3-2.
Wilson scored three goals in the first nine minutes
of the first period. Murray came back strong but
was unable to score the tying goal.
The next game saw Murray defeat Harding 2-1.
In this game the Pilots took a 2-0 lead. A hard shot
of Upset Team
from the blue line by Doug Krause gave Murray a
1-O lead. Tom Sergot tallied with the winning goal
in the second period.
In the following games with powerful Washing-
ton and Central, Murray lost 4-2 and l-0 re-
The junior varsity team won the city title and the
Twin City championship by playing spectacular
Row l Jeffery Otto, Gerald Crowell, Gregory Page, John Detviler, Thomas Koep, Gary Fehrman, Roger Pitts, manager 0
Jack Pearson, John Bauer, Barclay Brasted, Trygg Hansen, Mark Thompson, William Mantis, Peter Abler 0 Keith Carlson,
Sherman Erickson, David Frauenshuh, William Hosking, John Dexter, Donald Tschida, John Zellner.
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line man on the team, contributed all the power he
had, to add a lot of punch to his line and the entire
Pete Aus, inset right, was one of the Pilots' strong
men noted for his assists.
Goalie Bill Davies, center picture, is getting an assist
from teammates Jerry Treichel, Mike Johnson, and
Tom Sergot in the Humboldt game.
Against Washington, left picture, Mike Johnson is
helping goalie Bill Davies in the net in one of Wash-
ington's sorties in Pilot territory.
Wilson's defense men, numbers 23, 25, are concen-
trating on Murray's Terry Vasterling as he tries to
pass to Murray's Tom Sergot.
atmen Strong Performers
The gymnastic team, coached by
Mr. Vernon Petersen, placed sixth in
the city meet. In doing so three mem-
bers of the team obtained high scores.
They were senior captain Roger Lep-
pla, who placed fifth on the horse,
junior John Hellickson, Who placed
fourth on the parallel bar, and fresh-
man Michael Sullivan, who placed
fourth on the high bar.
Good performers throughout the
season were seniors Gary Oakins,
James Rudie, Roger Lepplag junior
Warner Spandaug sophomores Dennis
Tellander, Donald Pautz, Gary An-
derson, freshman Michael Sullivan.
Row 1 Richard Carlson, Michael Sullivan, Werner Spandau, Gary Anderson,
Dennis Tellander 0 James Rudie, Robert Hansen, John Schoeller, Dravid
Christenson, Gary Oakins, Gerald Swanson, John Hellickson 0 Coach
Vernon Petersen, Roger Leppla, Gary Arhart, Richard Gels, Charles Rose-
crans, James Nichols, Jack Nichols, Donald Pautz.
Tankers Capture Second Place
Murrayls swimming team climaxed its best dual
meet season in years with a 49-36 victory over John-
son. All-American John Bergman of Johnson broke
the official national high school mark in the 100-yard
butterfly, but that was not enough to keep the Pilots
The tankers trounced Mechanic Arts 75-4 and
Harding 50-33. The final city meet of the conference
saw the Murray Pilots place second in the city meet
with a score of 89. Central won the city title with
Swimmers representing Murray in the city meet were
James Hughes, Kirk Sholfner, Russell Swanson, James
Frost, Thomas Davies, Jon Schmugge, Michael Berg-
mann, Thomas Atkins, Michael Baukol, Daniel Tor-
gersen, and Phillip Hager.
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Row l Bruce Pankonin, Richard Halvorson, James Frost, Kirk Shoffner 0 Michael Bergmann,
Phillip Hager, James Hughes, Thomas Davies, Jon Schmugge 0 Russell Swanson, Michael
Baukol, Daniel Torgersen, Wayne Ewy, Joseph Kaufert, Ronald Kuhn.
Harriers Take City
Row 1 Gerald Treichel, Michael Johnson, John Duncan, Edward Jarosch, Terrance Vasterling, Roger Quammen, John
Wolf, Roger Pearson, Jerald Otto, James Freeman 0 Ronald Lieder, Douglas Krause, Joseph Kaufert, Frederick Kurz,
Michael Bergmann, Roger Olson, Julian Andersen, John Preda, Robert Hansen, Robert Nelson, Jeffrey Burnham, Coach
Bernard Broderick 0 Steven Nelson, Richard Lien, William Davis, Altin Paulson, Wayne Ewy, Steven Brohaugh, Jack
Nichols, Bruce Olson, Sherwood Pomeroy 0 Gary Arhart, Harvey Melcher, Earl Orf, Gary Fehrman, Raymond Jensen,
Donald Carlson, Donald Razskazoff, William Alwin, Lyle Malmberg.
Murray takes pride in its cross country team for Roger Quammen placed first, followed by Mike
garnering another championship. The harriers de- Bergmann and Terry Vasterling. Adding team spirit
teated a strong array from opposing schools. and helping them on to success was Harold Poleski,
Qualifying for the State Meet by placing second the teddy bear mascot.
in the regional, the boys took individual honors.
cores Tell Baseball Story
Baseball was not up to its usual spot for the The Pilots were victorious over Central, 3-2, and
Pilots. Between a late start and tight games the took Wilson, 9-8.
basemen settled for seventh place. Murray lost to the powerful teams of Monroe,
Typical of heartbreakers were the Harding game, 4-l, Johnson, 5-2, Humboldt, 9-3, Washington,
5-4, and Mechanic Arts, 3-2, both going into extra 7-l.
Row 1 Warren Diesslin, Roger Spooner, James Pearson, Peter Aus, Edward Turi, Craig Wetherbee, manager 0 Arthur
Johnson, Gary Oakins, John Vollmer, Donald Waxberg, Richard Foster, Roger Johnson, John Schoeller, Curtis Smith,
manager I Gale Crommett, manager, Charles Rosecrans, Dean VanDeWalker, Allan Viehl, Richard Hilmanowski, Terry
Vasterling, Coach Robert Ritter.
Tennis Men Capture Fourth
Row l Wayne Ewy, Bradley Pass, Roger Olson, Thomas Atkins. Michael Barnes,
Curtis Hoard, Christopher Page, Verne Comstock 0 Coach Bernard Broderick, John
Snodgrass, Richard Hosking, Joseph Kaufert, John Preda, Douglas Peters, Phillip
Hager, Donald Smith, Earl Orf.
Row 1 Richard Gjertson, David Christenson, Robert Tipler, Gerald Glaeve, Gary
Niemczyk 0 Coach Clarence Fulmek, Lee Erickson, Frank Wandmacher, David
Pietsch, Richard Lien, Richard Nelson, Douglas Krause.
Golfers Take Second
Taking second place in the city conference play and ending the season
with a six win-two loss record was Murray's golf team, coached by Mr.
The Pilots posted victories over Mechanic Arts, Harding, Wilson, Mon-
roe, and Humboldt, while losing to the powerful teams of Central and
For the first time this year, golf has become a fall and spring sport. On
September 22-23, a city tournament was held at the University of
Richard Nelson, a senior, and David Pietsch, a junior, placed in the
top eleven, and then entered the regional finals. In this regional tourney,
each player can go as far as his ability will take him.
Richard Nelson led the team by recording low scores all season. Show-
ing great promises for this season are Douglas Krause, a senior, and David
Pietsch, a junior.
The tennis team finished its
conference season with a four
win-four loss record, and a
fourth place berth in the city
standings. The Pilots had vic-
tories over Johnson, 4-l, Wash-
ington, 4-1, Mechanic Arts, 3-2,
and Harding, 4-1, but were set
back by the powerful teams of
Central, 5-O, Wilson, 5-0, Mon-
roe, 5-0, and Humboldt, 5-0.
ln the city finals, Bradley Pass,
senior, represented Murray play-
ing first singles, with John Preda,
junior, playing second singles.
Michael Barnes and Curtis
Hoard played in the double-
Mr. Bernard Broderick, coach,
is looking for a very bright sea-
son this spring with the return
of seniors John Preda, Roger Ol-
son, Richard Hosking, Verne
Easy Does It
Dick Nelson led the team
throughout the season with low
scores due to his consistent putting.
Dick's skill helped him gain hon-
ors in the city and regional tour-
Here he is displaying his delib-
erate style in the Murray-Harding
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GAA has added many new projects to
their variety of sports this year. For the
first time assemblies, planned by the
sportheads and otiicers, are being held
for all GAA members. Included in these
assemblies are movies on the fundamen-
tals of sports, and skits put on by GAA
A new money making project this year
was the GAA sponsored Homecoming
dance and the selling of homecoming
In order that an individual receive a
letter, she must first achieve the 1,000
or 1,500 points needed respectively for
Helping Mrs. Fritsche is her efiicient crew of GAA otiicers. They the 5911001 and AH'CitY letters- Points are
are: Judith Sanford, presidentg Margaret Madigan, vice presidentg also earned by having good atendanee.
Heather Wall, secretary, Nancy Thomas, recording secretaryg and
Jeanne Rundquist, treasurer.
GAA Enlarges Yea,r's Activities
GAA Sportheads have many re-
sponsibilities including selecting
team captains and helping the of-
Here sportheads Annette Gred-
vig, basketball, Delores Ludwig,
archery, Karen Anderson, swim-
ming, Carol Anker, winter sports,
and Sharon Cravath, tennis, are
shown limbering up their muscles,
Each spring twelve sophomore girls are se-
lected to be sportheads during their junior
year. From left to right are: sporthcads Judith
Treichel, ping pongg Ruth Freeborg, softball:
Sandra Dexter, horseback riding, Deborah
Bergstrom, bowlingg Dorothy Trapp, volley-
ball: Susan Johnson, soccer.
GAA Letter Award Winners
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Row l Gretchen VanZanden, Heather Wall, Joan Knippenbcrg, Karen Peterson, Linda Paul, Jeanne Rundquist, Nancy
Thomas, Diane Uram 0 Dianne Lindstrom, Constance Tyson, Robin Atkins, Mary Peterson, Judith Johnson, Carolyn Rudolf
Karen Calvert, Karen Johnson 0 Judith Sanford, Betty Lauerer, linda Gower, Jane Melrose, Karen Martz, Greta G1VlI1g
Joan Nelson, Kathleen Barnum.
Who is going to hit it? That isn't a
question that Janet Tiedeman, Mary
Peterson, Pamela Comstock, and Joann
Kenny will ask, because everyone will
take a punch at the ball in action.
Basketball captivates the interest of
a large percentage of GAA members
during the winter months with over
Mary Sanford is showing
teamates Diane Uram, Mary
White, and Judith Sweet how to
spike the volleyball in a practice
session before the volleyball
The twelve volleyball teams
play until eight teams are elimi-
nated from competition for the
final tournament. Each member
of the winning team receives
one hundred points toward her
school and All-City letter.
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Mr. Leslie E. Tripp-Macalester College, University of Minne- Mr. Donald Simmelink-River Falls State College, University
sotag B.A., M.A.g Principal of Minnesota: B.Ed., M.A.g Assistant Principal
Miss Gladys Rose-Hamline University, University of Minne- Mr. James H. Palmer-Central Washington College of Educa-
sotag B.S.g Counselor tion, University of Washington, University of Minnesotag
B.S,, B.A,g Counselor
History Group Calls Meeting
Mr. Bernard Quinn-University of Minnesota, College of St. Studies, American History
TUOIHHSL BA-L Social Studies Mr. George Rose-Mankato State Teachers College, Univer-
MiSS Mafgafeffa EllSW0ffh-UHiV9VSilY Of MWHCSOYHL B-S-3 sity of Minnesota, College of St. Thomas, B.Ed.g Social
Social Studies Studies
Miss Virginia Fertig-Hamline Universityg B.A.g World His- Mr. John Nlathel-..,Smte University of iowag BIA., M'A.g SO-
tory, American History. cial Studies
Mr. Charles Rogers-New York University, B.S., M.A.g Social
The study of maps and globes
is a small though important part
of the field of Social Studies.
Mr. Bernard Quinn, Miss Mar-
garetta Ellsworth, and Miss Vir-
ginia Fertig demonstrate their
proficiency in the art of map-
reading as Mr. Charles Rogers,
Mr. George Rose, and Mr. John
Mather look on.
With the addition ot' German to the curriculum,
Murray has gained a cosmopolitan atmosphere. As
Mr. Bill Addison, Latin teacher, studies a map of
Germany, Mrs. Dona Duffy, German instructor, con-
verses with Mrs. Marion Fleming, Spanish teacher,
about the new textbooks.
Mr. Bill Addison-Ball State Teachers College, Univer- E
sity of Minnesota, B.A., M.A., English, Latin
Mrs. Dona Duffy-University of North Dakota, Univer-
sity of Wisconsin, University of Minnesota, B.A.,
Mrs. Marion Fleming-University of Minnesota: B.A.,
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Miss Mary Healy-Mankato State College, University of University of Minnesota: BA., English, Mathematics, Social
Minnesota: B.S.: English Studies
Miss Margaret Glenn-University of Minnesota, Winona State Miss Florence Vest-University of Minnesota, BA., M.A.,
College, B.S.: Journalism, English English, Speech
Miss Marion Gratz-Mount Holyoke College, College of St. Mrs. Ann Weiss-Newcomb College ot' Tulane University,
Catherine. University of Minnesota: BA., B.S.1 Librarian University of Minnesota: B.S.: English
Mr. Edward Dalko-St. Marys College, College of St. Thomas, Mrs. Vivian Johnson-Bethel College: BA.: English, German
Because books are of great importance to English classe s, Miss Marion Gratz, librarian, allows these English teach-
ers the opportunity for an advance review. Seated: Miss Mary Healy, Miss Margaret Glenn, Miss Marion Gratz, Mr.
Edward Datko. Standing: Miss Florence Vest, Mrs. Ann Weiss, Mrs. Vivian Johnson.
New discoveries and advanced methods keep these teachers continually acquiring knowledge for use in their classes.
As Mrs. Lucile Smith and Miss Louise Pederson study the World of mathematics, Mr. Clarence Fulmek and Mr. Don-
ald Lindberg puzzle over a geometric shape, and Miss Margaret Paschke and Mr. Bernard Broderick work with teach-
Mrs. Lucile Smith-College of St. Catherineg B.A.g Chemistry, Mr. Bernard Broderick-St. Cloud State College, University
Science, Mathematics of North Dakota, University of Minnesota, College of St.
Miss Louise Pederson-St. Cloud State College, University of Thomas, B.S., M.Ed.g Mathematics
Minnesota, B.S.g Mathematics, English Mr. Clarence Fulmek-College of St. Thomas, B.S., Mathe-
Miss Margaret Paschke-University of Minnesotag B.S.g matics
Mathematics Mr. Donald LindbergAUniversity of Minnesota, Macalester
College, B.S., M.Ed.g Physics, Science
Science, Math Heads Learning
Miss Louise Smith-University of Minnesota, B.S.,
Mr. Reno Rossini-St. Mary's College, Creighton Uni-
versityg B.S., M.S.g Chemistry, Algebra
Mr. Robert Ritter-College of St. Thomas, B.S., M.Ed.g
Comparing notes on class material for the acceler-
ated program are several of its teachers, Miss Louise
Smith, Mr. Reno Rossini, and Mr. Robert Ritter.
The program gives students with high ability the op-
portunity for advanced studies in mathematics and
Taking time out from their busy day to look at the
schoolis sports scrapbook are Mr. John Pearson, Mrs.
Patricia Fritsche, and Mr. Vernon Petersen. This record of
the year's athletic events is kept up to date by the Library
Mr. John Pearson-Gustavus Adolphus, B.S., Physical Educa-
tion, Science, Social Studies
Mrs. Patricia Fritsche--University of Nebraska, B.S., Physical
Mr. Vernon Petersen-University of Minnesota, B.S., Physical
Miss Eleanor Steelsmith-College of St. Catherine, University
of Minnesota, B.A., Typing, Bookkeeping
Mrs. Helen McGeever-University of Minnesota, B.S., Vocal
Miss Marie Darche-University of Minnesota, B.S., Art, So-
Mr. Alexander Heron-College of St. Thomas, Minneapolis
College of Music, University of Minnesota, Gadbois Music
College, B.A., B.M., M.M., Instrumental Music, World
Mrs. Doris Olds-Whitman College, University of Chicago,
rs Share Ideas
A.B., A.M., School Social Worker
Miss Valborg Helseth-St. Olaf College. Drake University
University of Minnesota, University of California, Minne-
apolis Business College. Gregg College. Simmons College
Middlebury College: B.A.3 Shorthand, Typing
Mr. George Bergup-University of Minnesota: B.S., Wood-
Mrs. Anne Fisker-University of Minnesota, B.S., Home Eco-
nomics, Family and Social Problems
Mr. Eugene Pose-University of Minnesota: B.S., Mechanical
These teachers discover an interesting diversion in exploring new fields. Mrs. Doris Olds receives enlightenment
from Miss Eleanor Steelsmith about typing procedures, Miss Valborg Helseth and Mr. George Bergup investigate home
economics with Mrs. Anne Fisker, Mrs. Helen McGeever reviews opera, and Miss Marie Darche, Mr. Alexander Heron,
land Mr. Eugene Pose study an article on artistic chinaware.
Efficiently assisting the school nurse, Mrs.
Louise Berg, in her search is '5Murray's Infor-
mation Bureau," Mrs. Ruth Trost and Mrs.
Betsy Barnes. Answering the many questions
that come their way is only one of many
services these clerks perform. They also check
absences and supervise the daily bulletins.
They Keep Murray on The Map
Always willing to lend a hand when some-
thing needs fixing is Murray's cheerful main-
tenance staif. Here Mr. Charles Ryckman,
Mr. Walter Miller, Mrs. Clara Bloom, Mr.
Samuel Bollinger, and Mr. Marvin House clean
up after students have gone home.
Taking a few minutes from their hectic day
to enjoy lunch are Mrs. Ester Wilke, Mrs. Sa-
bina Urbanski, Mrs. Mary Woldt, Mrs. Leona
Newquist, and Mrs. Ethel Agnew. Keeping the
cafeteria running smoothly and seeing that
everyone is fed is the big job which our cafe-
teria ladies fill to perfection.
Seniors' otto Is 'Go Like Sixty'
'SIsn't this a panic?" comments
Sandra Nadeau to Judy Jahnke as
she looks at a costume from the
Gibson Girl days.
The three seniors, all members
of the costume committee for the
senior class play, Meet Me in St.
Louis, visited Giesen's'in down-
town St. Paul where they had a
wonderful time looking at the
Holding the dress is Emili Holt,
and Judy Jahnke and Sandra Na-
deau are delighted with the "find"
for the play.
The "Go Like Sixtyi' seniors are well advised this
year as at the helm are two of Murrayis most popu-
lar teachers and coaches, Mr. George Rose and
Mr. Reno Rossini.
Both believers in letting the students take the reins,
the advisers give the senior members and class of-
ficers an opportunity to make the decisions necessary
for a well organized and smoothly functioning class.
Pictured here are: seated, Lenora Halstead, treas-
urerg Mr. Reno Rossini, adviserg Edward Jarosch,
president, standing, Mr. George Rose, adviser: Karen
Calvert, secretaryg Gerald Swanson, vice president.
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ADDIS, CAROL-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 3, GAA 2,
Murcurie Agent 1, 2, Reporter 3, FTA 3, 4, Choir 3,
Operetta 3, Business Cadettes 4, V. Pres. 4, Y-Teens 3,
4, Pilot Typist 4, Index Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
ALEXANDER, JAMES-Gymnastics 1, M.Club 1-4,
Projection Crew 1-4, Stage Force 2, Murcurie Agent 1,
Pilot Agent 2, Jr. Varsity Track 1, 2, Golf 4.
ALLEN, ROGER-Spanish Club 2, 3, Projection
ALLEN, RONALD-Intramurals 3, 4, Jr. Varsity
ALLRED, DIANE-Girls' League 1-4, Sr. Class
Board, GAA 1, Y-Teens 3, 4, Business Cadettes 4.
ANDERSEN, JULIAN-Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Li-
brary Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Murcurie Agent 1, Busi-
ness Mgr. 4, Ass't 3, Band 1, Pilot Agent l, Latin Club
1, 2, Treas. 2, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Basketball Mgr. 4.
ANDERSON, DIANNE-Girls' League 1-4, GAA 2,
3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Co-
Pilots 3, 4, Business Cadettes 4.
ANDERSON, KAREN-Girls, League 1-4, Murcurie
Agent 2, Office Force 2, 4, Pilot Agent 3, 4, Spanish
ANDERSON, THOMAS-Student Council Rep. 3,
Football 2, 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Gym-
nastics 2, 3.
ATKINS, ROBIN-Girls' League 1-4, GAA 1-4, Let-
ter Award 3, FTA 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4,
Murcurie Reporter 4, Pilot Agent 4, Latin Club 1, 2.
AUS, PETER-Baseball 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Hockey
3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, M Club 4,
Latin Club 2.
BAIERL, DAVID -
BAKER, CAROLEI-Girls, League 1-4, Rep. 3, Mur-
curie Agent 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Dramatic Club 4, Co-
Pilots 3, Sr. Class Play 4.
BARNUM, KATHLEEN-Girls' League l-4, Rep. 3,
GAA l-4, Letter Award 3, Library Club 3, 4, Murcurie
Agent 1, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Latin Club 1, Choir 2, 4, Op-
eretta 2, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Pilot Adv. Mgr. 4, Quill
and Scroll 4, FTA 3, 4.
BEATTIE, JAMES-Intramurals 2, Library Club 3, 4,
Projection Crew 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Play
BENSON, JANICE-Girls' League 1-4, GAA 1-4,
Murcurie Agent 4, Reporter 3, Copy Ed. 4, Y-Teens 3,
4, Latin Club 1, 2, Quill and Scroll 4, FTA 4.
BERGE, CAROLE-Girls' League 1-4, Student Coun-
cil Rep. 3, GAA l, 2, Murcurie Agent 4, Reporter 3,
Adv. Ed. 4, Choir 2, 4, Operetta 2, 4, Dramatic Club 3.
4, Pilot Agent 2, Latin Club 1, FTA 4.
BERNARD, S. JAMES-Intramurals 3, 4, Lincoln
High School, Thief River Falls, Minnesota, 1, 2.
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BIEDLER, LOIS-Girls' League l-4.
BLADE, ROBERT-Intramurals 2, Hockey 3, Jr.
Varsity 2, Cross Country 3, Como Jr. High School, St.
Paul, Minnesota, l.
BRINK, NANCY-Girls' League l-4, Y-Teens 3, 4,
Office Force 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Student Director 4, Op- ,
eretta 2, 3, 4, Octet 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, FTA 4. Q..
BROHAUGH, STEVEN-Cross Country 3, 4, Band 1,
2, 3, Letter Awards 2, 3, Dramatic Club 4, Sr. Class
- Play 4, Latin Club l, Spanish Club 4, Jr. Varsity
X- Track 1.
BUDDE, ROBERT-Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4,
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Jr. Class Board, M Club 3, 4, Li-
-1 brary Club 2, 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Quill and Scroll nr
13 4, Pilot Business Mgr. 4, Track 3, 4.
. BYRNE, KATHLEEN-Girls' League 3, 4, Business .
1 Cadettes 4, Madrid-Waddington-Central, Madrid, New A' ' we
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York, 1, Wilson High School, St, Paul, Minnesota, 2. ,
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CALVERT, KAREN-Girls' League I-4, Student '
Council Rep. 1, 2, Sr. Class Sec., Soph. Class Board, Y S.
GAA 1-4, Letter Award 3, Choir 2, 4, Operetta 2, 4, Q gg we
Dramatic Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, FTA 3, 4, V. Pres. 4,
, W Pilot Agent 4, Homecoming Queen Cand, 4, Sr, Class V- ,
' Play 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Y-Teens 3. -Q- Q
, 5 iois if it CAMPBELL, ELIZABETH.-Girls' League 1-4, GAA A . 1
1-4, Letter Award 3, All-City 4, Murcurie Agent 3, 'f- 'P s
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' 'P Reporter 3, News Ed. 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, f' ,
' '-,. - Spanish Club 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, FTA 3, 4. 1. g '..V. 1 g
, CHRISTENSEN, MELANIE-Girls' League le4, Stu- f '
dent Council Rep. l, 2, GAA I-4, Board 3, Letter Award 3, All-City 4, Band l, 2, Letter Award 2, Y- -
Teens 3, Spanish Club 2, 3.
CHRISTENSON, DAVID-Golf 2, 3, 4, Intramurals - .
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l, 2, M Club 3, 4, Stage Force 2, 3, 4, Projection Crew , -ut,
l-4, Pres. 4, Gymnastics 3, 4.
Q ,A cHR1sToFFERsoN, WILLIAM-Murcurie Agent 1, A 'Cf I
- CLEMEN, DONALD-Intramurals 2, Track 2, Stage
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Force 2, 3, Projection Crew 3, 4, Sr. Class Board, St. 7 ' T
Thomas Academy, St. Paul, Minnesota, l.
1 COMSTOCK, VERNEfStudent Council Rep. 3, Sr.
Class Board, Jr. Class V. Pres, Football 3, 4, Basket-
ball 3, 4, Tennis 1-4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Library Club 2, 5i't""" ' " V,
3, 4, Corres. Sec. 4, Latin Club l, Pilot Ass't Business i '
Mgr. 4. I
' CRAWFORD, BRYCE-Projection Crew 3, Choir 2, '
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CROMMETT, GALE-Intramurals l-43 .Pr0lection ii'i 'ir '
Crew 1-4, Office Force 4, Murcurie Agent 2, Pilot , ,,,, '
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Agent 3, Baseball Mgr. 3, 4, Swimming 4, Canteen 1 A A
Board 3, Dramatic Club 4, . A -
DETTLE, DIANE-Girls' League 1-4, Student Coun-
cil Rep. 4, Office Force 4, Pilot Agent 2, FTA 4.
DEUTSCH, CAROLYN-Girls' League 144, Rep. 2, My ,X
Soph. Class Board, GAA l, Murcurie Agent 2, Reporter
' 3 3, Special Reporter 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Band l, Spanish
i"-i DIESSLIN, WARREN-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Soph. Class
V. Pres., M Club 4, Murcurie Agent 3, 4, Homecoming
1' Club 3, Latin Club I, 2, FTA 3, Quill and Scroll 4. I
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murals 2, 3, 43 Gymnastics 3.
DIFFENDORFER, JOYCE-Girls' League 1-4, Rep.
lg Student Council Rep. 4g GAA 1-4, Letter Award 4g
Murcurie Agent 1,' 2, 3, Reporter 33 Y-Teens 3, 43 Choir
4, Operetta 43 Dramatic Club 3, 43 Spanish Club 1443
FTA 3, 4g Quill and Scroll 43 Pilot Agent 4, Activities
DIXON, ADEENA-Girls' League l-43 Business
Cadettes 43 FTA 4.
DOCKERTY, BONNIE-Girls' League l-4.
DOKKA, JOANN- Girls' League 1-43 Murcurie Agent
lg FTA 43 Y-Teens 4.
DOSE, JAN-Tennis 13 Sr. Class Bofard3 Homecoming
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Club 43 Hopkins High School, Hopkins, Minnesota, 1.
DRINNIN, SHARON -Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Business
Cadettes 43 Mora High School, Mora, Minnesota, 1.
DUSOSKY, SANDRA-Girls' League 1-43 Office
Force 23 Murcurie Agent 1, 23 FTA 43 Dramatic Club 4.
ECKER, DAVID-Projection Crew 1, 2.
ELLIOTT, MERRILLY-Girls' League 2, 3, 43 Busi-
ness Cadettes 43 Wilson High School, St. Paul, Minne-
ENGLE, DOUGLAS-Golf 43 Concordia Academy,
St. Paul, Minnesota, 1, 2.
ENGLUND, ANTHONY -
ERICKSON, THOMAS-Spanish Club 3, 43 Murcurie
FAHSL, MERIDEL-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. lg Stu-
dent Council Rep. lg GAA 1, 2, 3, Letter Award 3g
Murcurie Agent 2, 3, Co-Ed.-in-Chief 4, Reporter 3g
Band 1, 2, 3, Letter Awards 2, 33 Pilot Agent 2, 33
Latin Club 1-43,Quill and Scroll 3, 43 FTA 3, 4'
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4.
FEHRMAN, JACK-Intramurals l-4Q Jr. Varsity
Hockey l, 23 Cross Country 1.
FISHBECK, JACQUELINE-Girls' League 1443 FTA
43 Office Force 2, 33 Dramatic Club 4.
FRANTA, WILLIAM-Student Council Rep. 43 Intra-
murals 23 Murcurie Sports Ed. 4, Reporter 3, Agent 43
Band 13 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, V. Pres. 4.
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GABEAU, JAMES-Intramurals 1, 2, 3.
GAMMEL, ROGER-Football 1-4, Hockey 3, Track 1,
2, Intramurals 1-4, Gymnastics l, Projection Crew 3, 4.
GIESEKE, JUDITH-Girls' League 1-4, Jr. Class
Board, Business Cadettes 4, Treas, 4, Y-Teens 4.
GIVING, GRETA-Girls' League l-4, Rep. 3, Student
Council Rep. 4, GAA l-4, Letter Award 3, All-City 4,
Y-Teens 3, 4, Chaplain 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Octet l, Oper-
etta 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, Girls' Chorus l, Pilot Agent 2,
Dramatic Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, FTA
3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4.
GONDA, JAMES1Intramurals l, 2, Murcurie Agent 3,
Reporter 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4.
GOWER, LINDA-Girls' League l-4, Rep. 3: Student
Council Rep. 2, 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, All-City 4,
Y-Teens 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Latin Club l-4, Co-
Pilots 3, 4, Business Cadettes 4, Pres. 4, FTA 3, 4.
,Candidates For Fall Homecoming
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HAFF, FRED-Football l-4, Basketball l, 2, 4, Track
1, 2, 4, Intramurals l, 2, Gymnastics 3.
HALSTEAD, LENORA--Girls' League l-4, Sr. Class
Treas., Band 1, 2, Pilot Agent 1, 2.
HANSEN, ROBERT-Baseball Mgr. 3, 4: Cross Coun-
try 4, Swimming 2, M Club 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4,
Murcurie Art Ed. 4, Reporter 3, Projection Crew 2, 3,
Quill and Scroll 4, Como Jr. High School, St. Paul,
HAYES, JOHN-Projection Crew 3, Dramatic Club 3,
4: Sr. Class Play 3, 4.
HAYES, LONNA-Girls' League l-4, Rep. l, Student
Council Rep. l-4, Treas. l, GAA l-4, Choir 3. Operetla
3, FTA 4, Dramatic Club 4.
HAYS, CHRISTINE-Girls' League l-4, Student Coun-
cil Rep, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 3, Y-Teens 4.
HEFLIN, GLENDA-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, GAA 2,
Band 3, 4, Letter Awards 3, 4: Sr. Class Play 4, Lytton
Community School, Lytton, Iowa, l.
HELLA, JEANNE-Girls' League l-4, Student Council
Rep. 2, GAA 1-4, Dramatic Club 4, Spanish Club l, 2,
Program Chm. 2, FTA 4, AFS 3, Sr. Class Play 4.
HERSHENSON, NAHMAN-lsralli Naval School, ls-
rael, l, 2, 3.
HOFF, SUSAN-Girls' League l-4, GAA l-4, Letter
Award 4, Murcurie Agent l, 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Sec. 4,
Pilot Agent 3, 4, Latin Club l, 2, FTA 3, 4, Dramatic
Club 4, Sr. Class Play 4.
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HOLT, EMILI-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 2, Student
Council Rep. 1, GAA 1-4, Letter Award 4, Y-Teens 3, 4,
Dramatic Club 3, 4, Band 1, 2, FTA 3, 4, Sr. Class
Play 4, Murcurie Reporter 3.
HOSKING, L. RICHARD-Tennis 3, Swimming 1, 2,
Band 1, 2, Letter Award 2, Spanish Club I, 2, V. Pres. 2,
Homecoming Mgr. 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Dramatic Club 4.
HUGIIES, GERALDINE-Girls' League l-4, Student
Council Rep. 3, Sr. Class Board, GAA 2, 3, 4, Choir 2,
3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, Co-Pilots 3, FTA 4, Murcurie Re-
HUNT, HOLLY-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 2, Student
Council Rep. 2, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, Board 3, Letter Award
3, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Canteen
Board 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Pilot Agent 1,
Activities Ed. 4, Spanish Club 1, 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4,
FTA 3, 4.
HUNTING, RODGER-Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity
Hockey 2, B Squad Football 2.
ISAKSON, GENE-Sr. Class Board, Projection Crew
2, 3, 4, Pilot Agent 1, Stage Force 1-4, Homecoming
JACK, AILEENE-Girls' League 1-4, Jr. Class Board,
GAA 2, Pilot Agent 1, 2, 3, Business Cadettes 4, Co-
Pilots 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Choir 4, Y-Teens 4, Mur-
curie Adv. Ed. 4, Reporter 3, Typist 4, Quill and Scroll
JAHNKE, JUDITH-Girls' League 1-4, GAA 1, 2, 4,
Murcurie Reporter 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4,
Pilot Agent 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 4, FTA 3, 4, Sr.
Class Play 4.
JANNETT, JAMES-Student Council Pres. 4, Rep. 3,
Jr. Varsity Football 1, 2, Football 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3,
4, Jr. Class Board, Track 1-4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Sec.-
Treas. 4, Canteen Board 3, Sweetheart King 2.
JAROSCH, EDWARD-Sr. Class Pres., Cross Country
3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Hockey 1, 2, Homecoming
JENSEN, JUDITH-Girls' League 3, 4, Y-Teens 4,
Choir 3, 4, Student Director 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Octet
3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4, FTA 4, Como
Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1, Van Nuys High
School, Van Nuys, California, 2.
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JOHNSON, ALBERTA--Girls' League 1-4, GAA 1-4,
Letter Award 4, Library Club 3, 4, Murcurie Agent 4,
Reporter 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, ICC Rep. 3, Pres. 4, Pilot
Agent 2, Cheerleader 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Business Ca-
dettes 4, FTA 3, 4.
JOHNSON, ALFRED-Intramurals 2, 3, 4.
JOHNSON, GUDRUN-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 2,
GAA 1-4, Choir 2, 4, Operetta 2, Girls' Chorus 1, Dra-
matic Club 4.
JOHNSON, JACQUELINE-Girls' League 1-4, GAA
1, Office Force 4, Choir 2, 4, Operetta 2, Girls, Chorus
1, Dramatic Club 4.
JOHNSON, JUDITH-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 2, Jr.
Class Board, GAA 1-4, Board 3, Letter Award 3, All-
City 4, Murcurie Agent 4, Y-Teens 4, Girls' Chorus 1,
Operetta 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Cheerleader 4, Co-
Pilots 3, FTA 3, 4.
JOHNSON, KAREN-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 1, 2, Pro-
gram Chm. 4, Student Council Rep. 1-4, Treas. 1, GAA
1-4, Letter Award 3, Murcurie Agent 2, Reporter 3,
Choir 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Octet 4, Dramatic Club
2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, Quill and Scroll 4, FTA 4, Sr.
Class Play 4, Pilot Sports Ed. 4.
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JOHNSON, KATHRYN-Girls' League l-4, GAA 1,
Murcurie Agent 2, Reporter 3: Y-Teens 3, 4, Band 1-4,
Letter Awards 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, FTA 3.
JOHNSON, LEE-Projection Crew 3.
JOHNSON, MIKE-Hockey 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3,
4, Intramurals 2, M Club 4, Office Force 2, 3, 4,
Mounds View High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1.
JOHNSON, SARAHhGirls' League 1-4, Rep. 2, Sec. 3,
GAA 1-4, Library Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Murcurie Copy Ed.
4, Reporter 3, Canteen Board 3, Band l, 2, Letter
Award 2, Homecoming Queen Cand. 4, Latin Club l, Z,
3, Dramatic Club 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
JUHL, JAMES-Intramurals 4, Central High School,
St. Paul, Minnesota, l.
KELLER, MARLENE-Girls' League l-4, GAA ll
FTA 4, Spanish Club 1, 2.
KELSEY, JUDITH-Girls' League l-4, Library Club
2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Murcurie Circulation Mgr. 4, Ass't. 3,
Pilot Agent 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Student Director 2, 3,
Operetta 2, 3, V. Pres. 4, Girls' Chorus l,' FTA 3, 4,
Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4.
KING, CAROLYN-Girls' League l-4, Rep. 3, GAA
I-4, Letter Award 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Choir 4, Dramatic
Club 4, Spanish Club l-4, Co-Pilots 3, 4, FTA 3, 4,
KNIPPENBERG, JOAN-Girls' League l-4, Jr. Class
Board, GAA l-4, Letter Award 3, All-City 4, Library
Club 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Band 1-4, Letter Awards 2, 3,
4, Latin Club l, 2, 3, Business Cadettes 4, FTA 3.
KNUTH, BRUCE-Como Jr. High School, St. Paul,
KOHOUT, ROBERT-Projection Crew 4.
KRAUSE, DOUGLAS-Student Council Treas. 4, Jr.
Varsity Baseball 1, B Squad Football I, Jr. Varsity
Hockey 1, 2, Hockey 3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Golf
2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 4, Soph. Class Board, M Club
2 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Letter Awards
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LAUERER, BETTY-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 2, Soph.
Class Board, GAA 1-4, Board 3, Letter Award 3, Li-
brary Club 3, 4, Band 1-4, Letter Awards 2, 3, 4, FTA
3, 4, Pilot Agent 2, Latin Club 1, 2, GAA All-City 4.
LAWRENCE, MARION-Girls' League l-4, Sr. Class
Board, GAA 1, 2, 4, FTA 4, Murcurie Agent 1, Re-
porter 3, Choir 2, Operetta 2, Girls' Chorus 1, Spanish
Club 2, 3, 4, Co-Pilots 3, 4.
LEBENS, JOSEPH-Vocational High School, St. Paul,
LEPPLA, ROGER-Student Council Rep. 4, Jr. Varsity
Track 1, Gymnastics 1-4, Capt. 4, M Club 1-4.
LIEPITZ, GERALD-Band 1-4, Letter Awards 2, 3, 4,
Treas. 4, Pilot Agent 1.
LINDGREN, ROBERT-Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, B
Squad Football 1, Soph. Class Board, M Club 4, Track
2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2, Band 1, 2, 3, Letter Awards
2, 3, Library Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Sr. Class
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LINDSTROM, DIANNE-Girls' League 1-4, GAA 1-4,
. -X54 I .1 , . Board 3, Letter Award 3, All-City 4, Murcurie Agent
H ' M ,, 1, 2, 3, Reporter 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Letter
' 35 . Q 1,9 4 Awards 2, 3, Pilot Girls' Sports Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll
3. , - ' , 4, FTA 4.
I ' me iw' HG-4 LUKE, CAROL-Girls' League 1-4, student Council
5' 3, LLLV Rep. 1, Sr. Class Board, GAA 1-4, Letter Award 4,
' ':., Homecoming Queen Cand. 4, Band 1, 2, Letter Award
. '- 2, Spanish Club 1, 2, Business Cadettes 4, Sec. 4.
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rwm MADIGAN, MARGARET-Girls' League 1-4, Sr.
51 Class Board, GAA 1-4, V. Pres. 4, Board 3, Letter
A Award 3, All-City 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Letter Awards 2, 3,
1 , E . Pilot Agent 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Ed. 4, Latin Club 1, Quill
, , A M ' and Scroll 4, Business Cadettes 4, Murcurie Reporter 3.
-. MARTZ, KAREN-Girls' League 1-4, Student Council
Rep. 2, Soph. Class Board, Jr. Class Board, GAA 1-4,
.. Letter Award 3, All-City 4, Prom Co-Chm. 3, Murcurie
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. Reporter 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Band 1,
, pu z - 2, Letter Award 2, Pilot Class Ed. 4, Latin Club 1, 2,
Business Cadettes 4, Program Chm. 4, Quill and Scroll
' 4, FTA 3, 4.
MAYER, WILLIAM-Library Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4.
MAYERS, JUDITH-Girls' League 1-4, GAA 2, Mur-
. curie Agent 4, Supply Store 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4,
rr .V .. .,r' . Business Cadettes 3, 4.
MAZZITELLO, THOMASiStudent Council Rep. 1,
Band 1, Latin Club 1, 2, B Squad Football 1, Baseball
1 1, Jr. and Sr. Varsity Basketball Mgr. 1.
McDIARMID, ANNE-Girls' League 1-4, Student Coun-
cil Rep. 1, GAA 1-4, Murcurie News Ed. 4, Agent 1-4,
Reporter 3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Quill
.- ' and Scroll 3, 4, FTA 3, 4: Sr. Class Play 4.
r - McLAUGHLIN, BARBARA-Girls' League 1-4, Rep.
2, Student Council Rep. 3, GAA 2, Murcurie Reporter
3, Y-Teens 3, Quill and Scroll 4, FTA 3, 4, Pilot Copy
Ed. 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Girls'
- Chorus 1.
, McLEAN, LINDA-Girls' League 1-4, Jr. Class Board,
Sr. Class Board, GAA 1-4, Letter Award 4, Projection
Crew 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Latin Club 1.
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And It's 'The Time O ur'
MELROSE, JANE-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 1, GAA 1-4,
Letter Award 3, Murcurie Adv. Ed. 4, Reporter 3, Dra-
matic Club 2, 3, 4, Program Chm. 4, Latin Club 1, 2,
Quill and Scroll 4, Sr. Class Play 4.
3 V r , 2' ill b MEYER, GLORIA-Girls' League 1-4, GAA 2, Y-Teens
,H ' ,-.- .1 f 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Supply Store 4, Business Cadettes
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Squad Football 2, Jr. Varsity Hockey 2, Intramurals 2, 3.
Moon, JAY-Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Jr. Class
f ' Board, M Club 3, 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Canteen
l-, , W Board 3, Band 1, 2, 3, Letter Awards 2, 3, Boys' State
5 . A G45 Rep. 3, Latin Club 1.
MURAWSKI, RICHARD-Library Club 3, 4, Projec-
A, fl?" tion Crew 3.
Y - MURAWSKI, ROBERT-Intramurals 1, 4, Library
46 Q! Club 3, 4, Murcurie Ass't. Sports Ed. 4, Reporter 3.
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NADEAU, SANDRA-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 13 Sr.
Class Boardg Soph. Class Board3 GAA 13 Murcurie Agent
1-4, Reporter 33 Y-Teens 43 Choir 2, Operetta 2, Girls'
Chorus lg FTA 43 Sr. Class Play 4.
NELSON, DAVID-B Squad Football 13 Hockey 1.
NELSON, JOAN-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 1, Pres. 43
GAA 1-4, Letter Award 33 FTA 3, 43 Murcurie Adv. Ed.
4, Reporter 3: Homecoming Queen 43 Sno' Princess lg
Canteen Board 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Choir 2, Operetta 23
Dramatic Club 4.
NELSON, KAREN-Girls' League 1-43 GAA 1-4, Letter
Award 43 Y-Teens 43 Dramatic Club 3, 43 Spanish Club
l-43 Supply Store lg Quill and Scroll 43 Pilot Class Ed.
4, Agent 3, 4.
NELSON, RENEE-Girls' League 1-43 GAA 1, 23 Y-
Teens 3, 43 Choir 2, 4, Operetta 2, 4, Girls' Chorus lg
Pilot Agent 3, 43 Co-Pilots 3, 4g FTA 4,
NELSON, RICHARD-Golf l-4, Intramurals 13 Soph.
Class Board3 M Club I-43 Murcurie Agent 3, 4.
NIELSEN, WAYNE-Student Council Rep. 33 Baseball
I3 Football 1, 23 Basketball 23 Jr. Class Pres,3 Murcurie
Agent 43 Projection Crew 33 Stage Force 43 Intramurals
2, 3, 4.
NIEMCZYK, GARY-Student Council Rep. 23 Jr. Var-
sity Hockey I3 Golf 3, 4: Intramurals 23 M Club 3, 43
Murcurie Agent 23 Projection Crew 1-43 Sr. Class Play
43 Dramatic Club 4.
NISSEN, THORKILD-Library Club 43 American Field
Service Exchange Student 4, Kirstine Seligrnans Skole,
NYSTROM, NANCY-Girls' League 1-43 Student Coun-
cil 43 Soph. Class Boardg GAA 1-4, Letter Award 43
Murcurie Agent 2, Reporter 33 Choir 4, Operetta 43
Dramatic Club 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, Letter Awards 2, 33
FTA 3, 43 Latin Club I3 Quill and Scroll 43 Pilot Adv.
Mgr. 43 Y-Teens 4.
OAKINS, GARY-Baseball 1-43 Football 1-43 Intra-
murals 2, 3, 43 Gymnastics 2, 3, 43 M Club 2, 3, 43 Pro-
jection Crew 31 Spanish Club 3, V. Pres. 3.
At Clubs, Canteens,
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Aurora-Hoyt Lakes High School, Aurora, Minnesota,
OLSON, KAREN-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 33 Sr. Class
Board3 GAA 23 Y-Teens 43 Spanish Club 23 Business
OLSON, ROGER-Basketball l-43 Jr. Varsity Track. l,
23 Cross Country 43 Tennis 33 M Club 3, 43 Proiection
O'NEILL, PHILIP-Student Council Rep. 23 Intra-
murals 2, 3, 43 Jr. Class BO8l'd, Projection Crew 1-4.
PARKER, IVIARVELLE-Office Force 43 Girls' League
45 Kemper Hall, Kenosha, Wisconsin, 13 Central High
School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 2, 3.
PAUL, LINDA-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 23 Student
Council Rep. 43 Soph. Class Board: GAA 1-4, Letter
Award 33 Y-Teens 43 Choir 2, 4, Operetta 2, 43 Dramatic
Club 3, 41 Co-Pilots 33 Quill and Scroll 43 FTA 3, 4:
Murcurie Agent 2, Reporter 3, Feature Ed. 4,
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PEARSON, JAMES-Student Council Rep. 3, Baseball
2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, Football 3, 4, B Squ1ad 1, 2, Basket-
ball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2, Band 1-4, Pres. 4, Letter
Awards 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 1, 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Pres.
4, Boys' State Rep. 3.
PEARSON, ROGER-Track 1-4, Cross Country 3, 4, M
Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1.
PEDERSON, JERALD-Swimming 2, Soph. Class
Board, Library Club 3, 4, Canteen Board 3, Band 2, 3,
Letter Awards 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Pilot Circulation Mgr.
4, Quill and Scroll 4, Eau Claire High School, Eau
Claire, Wisconsin, 1.
PETERSON, JEFFREY-B Squad Football 1, Projec-
tion Crew 2.
PETERSON, KAREN-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 2,
Treas. 3, Student Council Rep. 2, 3, Jr. Class Board,
GAA 1-4, Letter Award 3, Murcurie Agent 4, Reporter
4, FTA 3, 4, Latin Club 1, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4.
PETERSON, MARY-Girls' League 1-4, Student Coun-
cil Rep. 1, 2, 3, GAA 1-4, Letter Award 3, All-City 4,
Murcurie Agent 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Latin Club 1, 2,
Dramatic Club 4, FTA 4, Band 1-4, Majorette 1-4, Capt.
4, Letter Award 4, Y-Teens 3, 4.
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POOLER, SHARON-Girls' League 1-4, GAA 1, Mur-
curie Agent 4, Pilot Adv. Ed. 4, Agent 2, 3, Business
Cadettes 4, Quill and Scroll 4, FTA 4.
PREDA, JOHN-Student Council Rep. 4, Hockey 4,
Cross Country 4, Tennis 1-4, M Club 2, 3, 4.
QUAM, THOMAS-Football 2, Jr. Varsity 1.
QUAMMEN, MARGARET-Girls' League l-4, GAA 2.
QUAMMEN, ROGER-Track 1, 2, 4, Cross Country
1-4, Co-Capt. 4, M Club 1-4, Latin Club 3.
REITER, DOROTHY-Girls' League 1-4, Spanish Club
3, 4, FTA 4.
REPKE, DENNIS-Student Council Rep. 1, 2, Track
2, 4, Projection Crew 1-4, Pres. 3.
ROHLEDER, JEAN-Girls' League 1-4, GAA 1-4, Let-
ter Award 4, Murcurie Feature Ed. 4, Reporter 3, Cari-
teen Board 3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Latin Club
l, 2, 3, Sr. Class Play 4.
RUDIE, JAMES-Sr. Class Board, Choir 4, St. Thomas
Academy, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1, 2.
RUDOLF, CAROLYN-Girls' League 1-4, Student
Council Rep. 1, Jr. Class Treas., GAA 1-4, Letter Award
3, Murcurie Agent 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Choir 2, Operetta
2, FTA 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Pilot Copy Ed. 4,
Quill and Scroll 4, Latin Club l, Sr. Class Play 4.
RUNDQUIST, JEANNE-Girls' League 1-4, Student
Council Rep. 4, GAA 1-4, Board 3, Treas. 4, Letter
Award 3, All-City 4, Band 1, 3, 4, Letter Awards 3, 4,
FTA 4, Business Cadettes 4.
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RYGG, THOMAS-Student Council Rep. 3, Choir 2,
3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4.
SANDQUIST, JUDITH-Girls' League l-4, Student
Council Rep. l, Sr. Class Board, GAA l, 2, 3, Choir 3,
4, Operetta 3, 4, Octet 3, Girls' Chorus I, FTA 3, 4,
Business Cadettes 4.
SANFORD, .IUDITH-Girls' League l-4, Student Coun-
cil Rep. l, 4, GAA l-4, Board 3, Pres. 4, Letter Award
3, All-City 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Pilot Art Ed. 4, Supply Store
2, Quill and Scroll 4, FTA 3, 4, Program Chm. 4.
SANFORD, MARYAGirls' League I-4, Student Coun-
cil Rep. 3, Sr. Class Board, GAA l-4, Letter Award 4,
Library Club 3, 4, Program Chm. 4, Murcurie Exchange
Ed. 4, Reporter 3, Canteen Board 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Treas.
3, FTA 4, Dramatic Club 4, Pilot Agent I, 2, Spanish
Club 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 4.
SCHAFFNER, SANDRA4Girls' League l-4, GAA l-4,
Murcurie Feature Ed. 4, Reporter 3, Agent l, Y-Teens
3 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Letter Award 2,
Pilot Agent l, Latin Club l, 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4,
FTA 3, 4, Sec. 4.
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SCHIVIUGGE, LINDA-Girls' League l-4, Y-Teens 4,
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, FTA 4.
SCHOELLER, JOHN-Student Council Rep. 4, Base-
ball l-4, Football 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, M Club 3,
4, Murcurie Photographer 4: Canteen Board 3, Pilot
Photographer 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
SCHROEDER, PATRICIA-Girls' League l-4, Rep. 2,
3, GAA l, 2, Murcurie Reporter 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4,
Pres. 4: Choir 2, 4, Operetta 2, 4, Octet Accompanist 4,
Girls' Chorus l, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Business Cadettes
3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Quill and Scroll 4,
SCHULTZ, WARD-Pilot Agent 3, 4.
SERGOT, THOMASfHockey 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 2,
3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Board, M Club 2, 3,
4, V. Pres. 4, Projection Crew 2, 3, 4.
SIMONS, SHARONAGirls' League I-4, Rep. 3, GAA
2, 3, 4, Murcurie Special Reporter 4, Reporter 3, Y-
Teens 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Student Director 2, Octet 4,
Operetta. 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Girls' Chorus l, Pilot Agent 2,
3, 4, FTA 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
SIMPSON, DENNIS-Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Central High
School, St. Paul, Minnesota, l.
SMITH, CURTIS-Stage Force 4, Baseball Mgr. 3, 4,
Football 3, 4, B Squad 1, 2, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity I,
2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, M Club 4.
SMITH, MARGERY!Girls' League 1-4, GAA l, Mur-
curie Typist 4, Spanish Club l, 2, FTA 4, Business
SNYDER, MARY-Girls' League I-4, Rep. l, 3, Sr.
Class Board, GAA l-4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Agent 2,
Canteen Board 3, Sec.-Treas,, Band I, 2, Letter Award
2, Pilot Co-Ed.-in-Chief 4, Girls' State Rep. 3, Latin
Club l, 2, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Y-Teens 4,
Debate Sec. 2.
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SPOONICR, CONSTANCE-Girls' League I-4, Rep.
l, 23 Student Council Sec. 3, Rcp. 2, 33 GAA I-43 Band
l-4, V. Pres. 4. Letter Awards 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 3,
4, V. Pres. 43 Sweetheart Queen 2.
STOUGAARD, MARCIA-Girls' League I-43 GAA l,
23 Library Club 2, 3, 43 Latin Club l, 2, 33 FTA 3.
STOUGAARD, MARIE-Girls' League I-43 GAA l, 23
Library Club 2, 3, 43 FTA 33 Business Cadettes 3, 43
Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Treas. 43 Pilot Accountant 3, 43
Latin Club l, 2, 3.
SWANSON, GERALD-Sr. Class V. Pres.3 Projection
Crew 23 Stage Force 4.
SWEETLAND, STEPHEN-Baseball l, 23 Football 3,
4, B Squad l. 23 Hockey 3,
43 Intramurals 23 lVl Club 3,
4, Jr. Varsity l, 23 Track 3,
cil Rep. 2, 3, V. Pres. 43 Soph. Class Board, Sec.3 GAA
l-4, Rec. Sec. 4, Board 3, Letter Award 3, All-City 43
Murcurie Co-Ed.-in-Chief 43 Latin Club I, 2, Sec. 23
ETA 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sec. 43 Murcurie Reporter
THORSEN, CAROLE ANN-Girls' League 2, 3, 4g
GAA 2, 3, 43 Choir 3, 4, Operetta 3, Girls' Chorus 2,
Girls' Trio 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4, Co-Program Chm. 43
FTA 3, 43 Dramatic Club 43 Como Jr. High School, St.
Paul, Minnesota, l.
THRONGARD, CURTISfLibrary Club 3, 43 Murcurie
Agent 33 Pilot Agent 23 Projection Crew 3.
TIEDEMAN, DOROTHY-Girls' League l-4, Rep. 23
GAA I3 Murcurie Agent 3, 4: FTA 33 Latin Club 2, 33
TIMM, .IOANvGirls' League l-4, Rep. I3 Soph. Class
Boardg GAA l-4, Letter Award 3, All-City 43 Murcurie
Accountant 3, 4, Agent 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Supply Store 3:
Business Cadcttes 3, 4, Co-Program Chm. 4: Quill and
Scroll 3, 43 FTA 3, 4, Pres. 4.
TOMPKINS, LORRAINE-Girls' League I-43 GAA I-4,
Letter Award 43 Y-Teens 3, 4: FTA 3, 43 Spanish Club
l-43 Quill and Scroll 43 Office Force 43 Pilot Sr. Class
Fd. 4, Agent 2, 3, 43 Murcurie Reporter 3.
TREICHEL, GERALDSM Club 3, 43 Intramurals 23
Cross Country 3, 43 Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity l, 23 B
Squad Football l, 23 Jr. Varsity Track l.
TURI, EDWARDiStudent Council Rep. 4: Baseball 3,
4, Jr. Varsity l, 23 Football 2. 3, 4, B Squad I3 Hockey
3, 4, Jr. Varsity l, 23 Intramurals 2, 3, 43 M Club 3, 4,
Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Canteen Board 3, Pres. 33 Projection
Crew 2. 3, Pres. 3.
TYSON, CONSTANCE-Girls' League I-4, Rep. 33
GAA l-4, Letter Award 33 Murcurie Reporter 33 Band
l. 2, 3, Letter Awards 2, 33 Pilot Co-Ed.-in-Chief 43
Latin Club l, 2, 3: Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pres. 4.
UBEL, TERRY-B Squad Football I3 Intramurals 2,
ULVIN, BEVERLY--Girls, League I-4, Rep. 2, 33 Stu-
dent Council Rep. 3, 43 Jr. Class Sec.: Homecoming
Queen Cand. 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Sec.-
Treas. 23 Co-Pilots 33 FTA 3, 4.
Awards, Prom, Trip, Graduation
arf, 1 y ,..f 1
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URAM, DIANE-Girls' League l-4, Rep. 2, 3, Student
Council Rep. l, GAA l-4, Board 3, Letter Award 3, All-
City 4, Murcurie Girls' Sports Ed. 4, Agent 3, Y-Teens
3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Band l, 2, Letter Award 2,
Latin Club 1, 3, Business Cadettes 4, Quill and Scroll 4.
VAN DE WALKER, DEAN-Student Council Rep. 3,
Golf 4, Intramurals Z, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Hockey Z, B
Squad Football l, 2, Baseball 3, Jr. Varsity Baseball 1, 2.
VAN ZANDEN, GRETCHEN-Girls' League l-4, Sr.
Class Board, GAA l-4, Board 3, Letter Award 3, All-
City 4, Band l-4, Letter Awards 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Pilot
Agent l-4, Cheerleader 3, 4.
VASTERLING, TERRENCE-Intramurals 3, 4, M Club
3, 4, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Co-Capt. 4, Jr. Varsity Track
2, Hockey 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Baseball 2,
Projection Crew 4.
WALL, HEATHER-Girls' League l-4, V. Pres. 4, Stu-
dent Council Rep. 3, Soph. Class Board, GAA 2, 3, 4,
Sec. 4, Board 3, Letter Award 3, All-City 4, Operetta 2,
Band 3, 4, Flag Twirler 3, 4, Capt. 4, Letter Award 4,
Lourdes High School, Rochester, Minnesota, l.
WANDMACHER, FRANK-Student Council Rep. 3,
Golf 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Hockey l.
WATERMAN, CAR0LYGirls' League l-4, Student
Council Rep. 2, 4: Soph. Class Treas., GAA l-4, Mur-
curie Reporter 3, Agent 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4,
Band l, 2. 3, Letter Awards 2, 3, Pilot Activities Ed. 4,
Spanish Club l, Quill and Scroll 4.
WEBER, DANIEL.-Dramatic Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Play
3, 4, St. Cloud Cathedral, St. Cloud, Minnesota, l, St.
Cloud Tech., St. Cloud, Minnesota, 2.
WETHERBEE, CRAIG-Student Council Rep. 4, Base-
ball Mgr. 2, 3, B Squad Football l, 2, Football 3, 4, M
Club 3, 4, Spanish Club I, 2.
WIGER, ANN-Girls' League l-4, Jr. Class Board, Y-
Teens 3, 4, Choir 2, Operetta 2, Girls' Chorus l, Latin
Club Z. 3. 4, Co-Pilots 3: Business Cadcttes 4.
WILBERDING, .IUDITH-Girls' League l-4, Rep. 2,
Jr. Class Board, GAA l, 2, Canteen Board 3, Pilot Agent
3, Business Cadettes 4, Murcurie Reporter 3.
WILES, RICHARD-Student Council Rep. l, 2, Foot-
ball 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Hockey l. 2, lntia-
murals 3, 4, Soph. Class Pies., M Club 3, 4, Prom Co-
Chm. 3, Office Force l, Pilot Sports Ed. 4, Spanish Club
l, Supply Store 2, Quill and Scroll 4: Sr. Class Play 4,
Dramatic Club 4.
WOLDT, WILLIS-Choir 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, Dra-
matic Club 3, Sr. Class Play 3, FTA 4.
WOLF, JOHN-'l rack 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4,
Swimming l, 2, M Club 3, 4, Canteen Board 3, Mur-
curie Agent l, Library Club 3, 4, Intramurals Z, 3, 4.
Zl-LNTIC, CAROLYN-Girls' League l-4, Rep. 3, FTA
4, Y-Teens 4.
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, This Business O Selections
Ever since the present seniors
were freshmen, counselors and ad-
visers have urged the students to
make early plans for college.
Heeding this advice are seniors
Dorothy Tiedeman, Janice Benson,
Roger Pearson, James Juhl, and
Tom Rygg, who are in the guid-
ance oliice looking over books and
pamphlets from various colleges.
Besides such information these
seniors also are eligible for schol-
arships oliered by colleges, busi-
ness firms, and organizations. Rog-
er Pearson, one of the group, and
Sandra Schaliner are Merit Schol-
Of the two hundred-twenty sen-
iors in the class approximately one
hundred-forty are college bound.
The University of Minnesota is the
choice of most of the seniors.
Scholarships and honors are con-
ferred on Senior day, a day which
sees this book issued to subscribers.
Possibly seniors pictured here will
be lucky Winners today.
Moment of Decision
Class committees do more than
plan for social events as this one
chosen for the selection of an-
nouncements will attest. Theirs is
the business of deciding which
tirm's display best suits the taste
and pocketbook of the average
There is much discussion as to
quality and price, and the style of
the engraving. Agreement of the
committee is necessary for the final
Members of the announcement
committee here pictured are: Jerry
Pederson, Kathleen Byrne, Judith
Gieseke, John Preda, Robert Mu-
rawski, Mike Johnson, Margaret
"Oh, this business of making de-
cisions!" exclaims Kathy Byrne.
Gay Juniors Move Into Spotlight
Row 1 Phyllis Cownie, Mary
Byrne, Susan Mazzitello,
Lois Poltin, Carolyn Mc-
Kay, Karen Soderlund, Pa-
tricia Kujawa, Adair Mur-
ray 0 Stephen O'Malley,
Robert Nelson, Rowland
Niemela, Judith Owens.
Mary Stoskopf, Elaine Cald-
well, Marilyn Bever O
James Hughes, David Bern-
ard, Larry Grayden, Thom-
as Atkins, Altin Paulson,
James Lewis, Richard Timm
0 John Patoile, Donald
Steinle, Sherwood Pomeroy,
Marcia Potter, Michael
Pearson, William Engebret-
son. Donald Razskazoff,
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Row l Bonnie Brown, Jane
Hakensen, Eva Jane Stiff,
Crystal Hasse, Penny Man-
us, Nancy Niemczyk, Mary
Kulvich, Carol Anker 0
John Snodgrass, Carole Frei-
er, Nadette Rostvit, Lynne
Dahlcn, Naomi Frost, Kar-
en Anderson, Deborah Berg-
strom, Sally Thorstenson 0
James Kilau, Richard Hal-
vorson, David Pietsch, Rich-
ard Lien, Daniel Paskewitz,
Curtis Schulze, Frank Wirtz,
Arthur Kirby O Fred Kurz,
James Anderson, Richard
Talbott. Jon Schmugge, Jack
Wallrich, David Knutson.
Bryan Pitts, John Campbell,
Row l Nancy Garling, Kath-
ryn Strenglis, Mary Ann
Schreifels, Robert Woods,
Donald Smith, Richard An-
derson, Carole Petersen,
Mary White 0 Janet Bantle,
Jan Larson, Carol Johnson,
James Freeman, Earl Orf,
Donna Hermes, Mary Eliza-
beth Perlich, Susan Selbin I
Sharon Cravath, Annette
Gredvig, James Cisewski,
Joseph Kaufert, Edward Ev-
ans, Donald Carlson, Marilyn
Briggs, JoAnne Larson I
Thomas Walls, Charles Rose-
crans, Bruce Olson, Christo-
pher Page, William Davis,
Roger Johnson, Kurt Wag-
ener, Richard Geis.
At'ter sponsoring some money-making proj-
ects, the juniors began looking ahead to and
formulating plans for the Prom. This is the
twenty-second annual Junior-Senior Prom to
be attended by Murray students. lt will be held
this year on May thirteenth, in the Lowry
Looking over previous datebooks in order
to get ideas for the theme are the Junior Class
oliicers: Judy Treichel, vice presidentg Thomas
Skovholt, presidentg Robert Grilhn, treasurer,
Jeanne Abraham, secretary.
In the fall Barbara Hosking, Nancy Niem-
czyk, and Susan Dow were appointed eo-chair-
men ot' this dance.
This year's Junior Class was an energetic one.
Early in the fall they sponsored a car wash to
help earn money for the year's activities.
Washing laboriously are these juniors: Charles
Rosecrans, John Mantis, Michael Weihrauch,
Janet Tiedemann, Debbie Bergstrom.
Another Junior Class project was the Sadie
Hawkins Dance, which was held in November.
The juniors are helped by their advisers Mrs.
Marion Fleming and Mr. Alexander Heron.
Early in the year the juniors decided to "out-
motto" the seniors who, g'Going Like Sixty"
set the pace for the juniors. The latter in turn
decided to "Have Fun in '6l."
Juniors Are Guinea Pigs Forl
Row I Sylvia Ellingson, Lou
Ann Lundgren, Susan Dow,
Martha Vong, Linda Teig,
Catherine Watson, Jeanette
Friesen 0 John Helliekson,
Jane Timm, Diane Salmon,
Barbara Hosking, Susan
Johnson, Joyce Nelson, Bruce
Pankonin O DuWayne Fries,
Thomas Skovholt, Gary An-
derson, Ronald Holt, Paul
Neubrand, Jeffrey Burnham,
John Mantis, William An-
nunziata 0 Fred Syrdal, Wil-
liam Kohout, Thomas Sulli-
van, Ray Warner, Bruce Go-
bar, Philip Hager, William
Row 1 Joan Montgomery,
Janet Tiedeman, Dorothy
Trapp, Nancy Budde, Eliza-
beth Johnson, Catherine
Christensen 0 Sharon Peder-
son, Judith Hunt, Warren
Spandau, James Frost, Jerald
Otto, Leilani Petersen 0 Jack
Nichols, Roger Spooner, Ju-
lianne Elliott, Ruth Freeborg,
Thomas Davies, David Cari-
veau O Wayne Lindquist.
James Leith, Robert Griffin,
John Ratliff, Michael Greg-
ory, Lyle Malmberg, Glenn
Row I Sandra Tousley,
Sharyll Givans, Evelyn
Busch, Jeanne Abraham,
Julie Beekiorden, Sandra
Dexter, Barbara Wilke, Ju-
dith Treichel 0 Donald Al-
win, Kenneth Rutford, Shir-
ley Webber, Carolyn Sand-
quist, Rosemary Ruddy, John
Duncan, Richard Ulvin, Ivan
Arnold 0 Thomas Miller,
Michael Weihrauch, Richard
Hinz, Kirk Shoffner, Larry
Davies, Sandra Gronert, De-
lores Ludwig, Sherman El-
lingson 0 Paul Miesen, Wil-
liam Peltier, John Vollmer,
Donald Muellner, Wayne
Ewy, James Cook, Thomas
National Developmental Program
Row 1 Carolyn Lieder, Jac-
queline Scholz, Susan Berger,
Betty Lou Moberg, Mary
McCall, Janet Barsch 0
Nicholas Schneider, Betty
Cadwell, Beverly Thompson,
Sally Souther, Ann Cerny 0
Marilyn Miller, William
Baehe, Mary Hutton, Sandra
Hemming, Daniel Tyson, Su-
zanne Wagner l Ronald
Kuhn, Lowell Olson, David
Hallen, Wayne Shalles, John
Reiter, Donald Tschida.
Here sophomore girls are gaining useful
knowledge and know how both for the present
and the future. They are sewing fashionable
clothes for their wardrobes under the direction
of Mrs. Anne Fisker, home economics instruc-
Laying out patterns are, left to right, Donna
Hennessy, Carolyn Lieder, Mary Cooney,
Gloria Biedler, and Marcia Manke.
The girls learn the importance of designing
and planning before they begin the actual cut-
ting. The interesting part comes when each
girl learns to suit the pattern to her individual
taste to make the garment hers. Color com-
binations are also a part of the class training
as well as is cooperation and helpfulness.
ophomores Begin Senior High
Row 1 Margaret Kurz, Ju-
dith Koep, Susan VanZan-
den, Renee Josephson, Jo-
Ann Merrill, Susan Hunt O
Norma Jean Bruce, Laura
Lindorfer, Susanne Berg,
Sharon Sandgren, Judith
Sweet 0 Victoria Bone,
Linda Hillstrom, Mary Brast-
ed, Eileen Nordstrom, Paul
Morloek, John Risbrudt O
Richard Alexander, George
Wirtz, Roger Novak, Victor
Borgeson, John Landis, Den-
Row 1 Catherine Broderick,
Bernadine Stevenson, Roger
Lundgren, Patricia Boyle,
Caroline Hopp, Richard Carl-
son, William Stathas O An-
na Cecchi, Joan Karner,
Stephen Tunell, Marcia Man-
ke, Jean Lembke, Donald
Pautz I Anthony Lueck,
Kathleen Sundstrom, Judith
Carlson, Katherine Brown,
Richard Sandberg, Stephen
Munson 0 Patrick Halvor-
sen, Lawrence Nora, Russell
Swanson, Paul Waterman,
Eric Mattson, Kevin John-
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Row I Sandra Appel, Janet
Mclean, Lynn Sweetland,
Karen LaFond, Jeanine
Smith, Alida Miesen, Linda
McKillips, Anne McCulley 0
Virginia Maas, Erin O'Brien,
Beth Johnson, Donna Hen-
nessy, Arley Allen, Joseph
Schaaf, William Forbes O
James Britain, Mary Wood-
ing, Lorayne Knippenberg,
Linda Johnson, Gary Ander-
son, Mary Delgcr, Thomas
Gardner, Kay Eddy 0 Rob-
ert Lampher, Terry Englund,
Richard Clemen, Daniel Tor-
gersen, Larry Sargent, Cai ole
Paquette, Robert Zalk.
Row I Esther Orf, Mary
Cooney, John Bauer, Gloria
Biedler, Judith Baker, Gena
Smith, Arlan Glaim 0 Vir-
ginia Braa, Joan Lauerer,
Galy Wandmacher, Stephen
Hartwick, James Satersmoen,
Linda Jean Niemela 0 Bar-
bara Nelson, Ingrid Giving,
David Frauenshuh. Susan
Jack, Kathleen Thoennes O
Guy Haff, Robert Meyer, Al-
lyn Thurow, Thomas Swad-
burg, Anthony Sperbeck,
By Admiring Upper Classmen
Working on their scenic paintings are
Ann Cerny, Arley Allen, Sally Souther, and
Sandra Hemming. The pupils, advanced art
students of Miss Marie Darche, are hoping
to improve their techniques and to strive
for realistic touches.
Colors are important in this scenic work,
and the students spend many class hours
learning how to produce the right shades of
The walls of the art room, as shown in
the picture, attest to the interest in both
scenic art and design.
Freshmen Give Zest To Life
Row l Gary Kwong, Joan
Kruskopf, Richard Erickson,
Janet LeClair, Joanne Scholz,
Karen Cheney, Jeffrey Otto,
Thomas Koep 0 Susan
Christiansen, Sally Beckjor-
den, Gary Fehrman, William
Mantis, Daniel Marsh, Mary
Jo Slettom, Sharon McLean
O Kenneth Koeper, Joann
Wagener, Mona Johnson.
Raymond Jensen, Karen
Schroeder, Charles MacKen-
zie, Carole Barthold, Karen
Allen 0 Keith Carlson,John
Warner, Sherman Erickson,
William Alwin, Raymond
Schmidt, John Dexter, James
Row 1 Cheryl Grecco, Rose-
mary McGraw, Victoria
Rupp, Kay Cutkomp, De-
lores Starck, Linda Olson,
Barbara Schreifels, Sandra
Jensen O Bruce Durant,
Barbara Kerl, Jeanne Wilson,
.Jeanne Cannons, Diane Ol-
son, Gary Bauman, Ann Wall
0 Geraldine Nelson, Ter-
rence Paulson, Richard Wol-
ens, David Mayer, James
Dow, Timothy Gadler, David
Steen, Marcia Allred 0
Robert Strandquist, George
Willard, John Swanson, Ul-
dis Krastins, Robert John-
son, Sherman Sandgren, Sig-
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Row 1 Jeannine Reuteler,
Kathleen Duncan, Patricia
Margette, Karen Lee, Mar-
jorie Sautter, Shirley Sand-
berg, Darlene Durant O
Stephen Nelson, Nancy Auld,
Gayl Gayman, Kathleen
Weber, Kathleen Johnson,
Gary Blume 0 Shari Quam,
Carol Hendrickson, Michael
Sullivan, Kenneth Brown,
David Freier, Barbara Rice
O Marilyn Murfin, Landon
Fuller, Robert Shulstad, Vic-
toria Moor, Cheri LeC1air,
Some of Miss Louise Pederson's ninth grade
English classes are getting good practice in
letter writing this year. They are sending let-
ters all over the world. Bonnie Knudson is
showing Jerry Loney and Mary Jo Slettom
how far her letter has gone. She sent one of
her first letters to Japan and is quite excited
because she just received her Hrst reply.
Likewise, the whole class has sent letters all
over North America and the entire world. The
boys and girls are anticipating their replies
from the various corners of the earth.
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"How does it fit?" asks Patrick Nelson of
Michael Christian, Barbara Lembke, and
Susan Christianson. They are oihcers of the
junior choir. Patrick is treasurerg Michael,
president: Barbara, secretary, Susan, vice
Under the supervision of Mrs. Helen
McGeever, Murray's vocal instructor, the jun-
ior choir was organized in the fall. The choir
meets weekly to lcarn the art of group singing
and to practice for public appearances.
Besides singing for the Christmas festivities,
the group will present programs during the
year. The training that the officers pictured
here will get this year will make them valuable
senior chorus members.
They Are Tops Of Junior High
Row l Sharon Formo, Doug-
las Risbru dt, Charlotte
Clarke. Jack Anderson, Bar-
bara Cheney, Gerald Loney
0 Michael Petersen, Ann
Hartwick, Betty Ann Evans,
Peter Rogness, Barclay Bras-
ted 0 James Nichols, Kath-
leen Barrick, Joan Kampa,
Jane Gilje, Lois Gredvig,
Thomas Evans 0 James
Warner, Mark Thompson,
Dania! Pranke, John Zellner,
Susan Talbott, Louis DeWitt.
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Row 1 David Gronert, Wil-
lard Biedler, Sandra Olson,
Catherine Pomeroy, John
Detviler, Allen Lexcen, Ron-
ald Lieder ! Sharon Thistle,
Karen Wachholz, Craig
Crawford, Pamela Com-
stock, Jerrilyn Erickson,
Margaret Wolf, Randina Jen-
sen 0 Karen Jensen, Yvonne
Swinton, Michael Christian,
Janet Paulson, Kathleen
Webber, Bonnie Knudson,
Jack Deutsch 0 Brian Greg-
ory, Roger Pitte, Betty Sal-
mon, Linda Johnston, Harold
Gammel, Valdis Smits, Kath-
Freshmen-3 1 0
Row 1 Charles Nightingale,
Joan Enerson, Nancy Wer-
ner, Robert Allen, Dorothy
Boland, Joan Coffman, Jo
Ann Kenny 0 Barbara
Lembke, Janet Odegaard,
Lillian Wiger, Sandra Schal-
ler, Peter Abler, Joan Paske-
witz 0 Gerald Crowell,
Trygg Hansen, Evangeline
Aus, Susan Smith, Kathleen
Baukol, Theodore Granov-
sky 0 Brian Addis, Gregory
Page, Rosemary Nixon,
Robert Yackel, Bernard
Hayes, Thomas Thorstenson
Eighth faders Seeking Places
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Row 1 Larry Hasse, Karen
Mm Allman, Stuart Peterson,
gg' Leander Lippert, John Lar-
S f 2351 son, Helen Johnson, Melody
5 Milburn O Betsy Heron,
Marcia Hall, Barbara Hen-
derson, David Noble, Dennis
Hays, Arna Kaada 0 Mari-
lyn Ann Neubrand, Marilyn
Ann Hansen, Nancy Krause,
Judith Jensen, Stephen Hult,
James Nelson, Eva Neubeck
0 Mary Carol Mullin, Nan-
cy Gisvold, Duane Jensen,
Mary Jo Haugan, James
Johnson, Lawrence Sund-
quist, Susan Lindgren.
As Future School Leaders
Row l Paul Dailey, James
Buck. Janice Brown, Delbert
Cecchi, Richard Brandt, Ed-
ward Weber O Jenny Cham-
bers, Katherine DeWitt.
David Mettler, John Bates,
John Dow 0 Emily Ander-
sen, Kayleen Ed, Marlys
Anderson, Katherine Boyle,
Karen Erickson, Katherine
Keleher O Patrick Broder-
ick, Carol Bradford, Elwood
Enerson, Diana Kujawa,
Cheryl Elliott, Sandra Her-
Row l Gloria Diaz, William
Watson, Michael Throngard,
Richard Timm, Lowell Rost-
vit, Michael Smith, Kathyrn
Eid 0 Ardith Joy, Kenneth
Fletcher, Jack Scherbert,
Karen Sands, Jane Shoffner,
Sandra Truen I Kimberly
Condie, Priscilla Thurow,
Darlene Skinaway, Charles
Simon, Diane Roth, Nancy
Trower, Many Solstad 0
Janice Skildum, James Per-
lich, Eugene Schmidt, Linda
Prong. Rebekah Sherman,
Showing the class things they obtained while
living in foreign countries last year are: Paul
Formo, who was in South Africag Kathryn
Eid, Hong Kongg and Marcia Hall, who also
lived in South Africa.
All of the young people are children of
parents who have worked in the mission fields
of their respective religions. The students have
fun comparing their former schools with Mur-
ray, and they prove entertaining speakers for
their classes. All pictured here do not find the
change of schools drastic, but there are activi-
ties at Murray that are not known in foreign
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Row 1 Mark Bauer, David
Barthold, Dolores Swens-
gard, Diane Barthold, Coral
Berge, Susan Brown, Paul
Raudenbush 0 William
Mitchell, Thomas Melcher,
Mildred Vong, Cheryl Wood-
bury, Douglas' Yackel, David
St. Germain 0 Carolyn
Johnson, Kenneth Caldwell,
Michael Nelson, Sylvia Span-
dau, Alice Magnuson, Mary
Miller, John Sweet O Joan
Freeman, Barbara Turnquist,
Michael Halvorsen, Richard
Hahnen, Jeanne Johnson,
Row 1 William Johnson,
Janice Aydt, Steven Wood-
ing, Gretchen Halvorson,
Margaret Pomeroy, Gerald
Weber, Jean Perlich, Linda
Kloek 0 Linda Rozenberg,
Mary McDiarmid, Dennis
Cheney, Mary lmbertson,
Michael Broderick, Paul For-
mo, John Davies 0 Richard
Allred, Richard Bone, Mere-
dith Razskazotf, Richard Ba-
con, John Arneman, Ralph
Bache, Gary Amunrud, Betty
Bauman 0 Richard Larkin,
Jeanne Scherbert, Rosemary
Wirtz, Russell McCracken,
Linnea Sand, Joyce Johnson,
VVhat's School Without Seventh
Row l Regina Huemoeller,
Larry Schreifels, Raymond
Gammel, Patrick Nelson,
Margaret Mullin, Margaret
Elizabeth Swanson, Roger
Kwong, Jill Lind 0 James
Larson, Jon Haaland, Rosa-
lind Barsch, Judith Rae
Stephenson, Robert Hebbel,
William Slettom, Thomas
Babcook, Raymond Ander-
son O Barbara Comstock,
Kathryn Hartwick, Steven
Richards, Edward Merrell,
David Hagen, Ronald Swan-
son, Paul Fardig, Timothy
Mixon 0 Barbara Estee, Pa-
tricia Nelson, Susan Tselos,
Susan Austad, Diane Hotf-
man, Sonya Shoffner, Carole
Sand, William Barrick.
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Row 1 Wayne Anderson,
John Eid, Jay Otto, Faith
Corley, Martin Brandt, Hugh
Coffman, Susan Tuff, Mary
Hokanson, Pauline Eid 0
Jean Gallagher, JoAnn
Champagne, Lois Peterson,
Terry Cutkomp, Stephen
Johnson, Roy Brohaugh,
Kerry Stein, Susan Schroe-
der 0 Katherine Sater, Elsie
Hagen, Carol Christianson,
Gerald Krueger, William
Bunting, Steven Gasch, Jane
Wolens 0 Roger Addis, Wal-
ter Gayman, Mary Cerny,
Jeffrey Brooks, Frank Quale,
Kirby Johnson, Thomas
Good, Keith Willman.
Graders Youngest And Cutest
One of the interesting exhibits in the show-
case this fall was hobbies which were dis-
played by Mrs. Helen McGeever's seventh
grade English class. Many hobbies were
shown, but some of the exceptional ones
were collections of napkins, world stamps, dog
pictures, hunting guns, and dolls from various
foreign countries. Pictured are Jeanne Scher-
bert, Janice Aydt, Margaret Pomeroy, and
Everyone in the class participated in the
hobby fair, and special committees of students
had charge ot' changing the exhibits during
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Row 1 Jean Knutson, Nancy
Kay Peterson, Dale Yackel,
James Wolf, Gary Bernard,
Owen Abel 0 Kenneth Auld,
Joel Diaz, Constance Eng-
lund, Donna Larson, Kath-
leen McKay 0 Christine
Shulstad, Lynnae Lee, James
Sargent, Star Strane, Mi-
chael Peterson, Charlotte
Koeper 0 Margaret Hagen,
Bruce Anderson, Richard
Abraham, Mary Nason,
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Prom - It's 'Almost Paradise'
Weeks of preparation went into lVIurray's 1959
prom. The Junior Class planned the decorations,
invitations, publicity, and all the other details which
went into the big night. Armed with paint and
brushes are Emili Holt, Melanie Christensen, Carol
Luke, and Sandra Nadeau, who are painting one of
the scenes for the tropical paradise.
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"Almost Paradise" was the theme
chosen for the prom, held May 22
at the Lowry Hotel. The three tired
co-chairmen, Karen Martz, Richard
Wiles, and Judith Jensen, talk over
all the fun and work they had
making preparations for this un-
forgettable event. Many commit-
tees worked long hours to make the
prom an evening which will always
be remembered by those who at-
Anticipating a night of bliss, Gary Oakins Sandra Nadeau takes a last minute glance
dons a starched white shirt and tuxedo, then into the mirror to see if her lipstick is on
gazes into the mirror to straighten his tie. straight and every hair is in place.
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Canteens Promote School Spirit
Busily making, cutting,
ind hanging decorations for
he next Canteen are John
xfollmer, Carol Anker, Mary
Xnn Schreitels, D on a l d
lazskazotl, Susan Johnson,
liehard Foster, Dorothy
Trapp, Judith Triechel, Nan-
ry Niemczyk, Michael VVeih-
'ach, Daniel Paskewitz. Mem-
wers of the Canteen Board
nake plans for decorating,
publicizing, getting chaper-
Jnes, selling pop, playing
ecords, and staying solvent.
i Practicing their big sales
pitch on seventh graders Jeannie
Sherher, William Slettom, and
Sharon Thistle at a junior high
canteen are board members
Thomas Davies and Jellirey
Burnham. Last year's board se-
lected Donald Razskazotf, chair-
man and the other members. All
volunteer tor the various com-
mittees on which they vtork.
Welcoming guests at the door
and receiving their admission
are Judith Triechel, secretary-
treasurer of the board, with
Susan Selbin assisting her. Can-
teen adviser, Mr. Edward Dat-
ko, watches as two junior high
guests, Walter Gayman and
Susan Tull, have their hands
stamped as a receipt.
As a self supporting organi-
zation, the board performs a
service to Murray students. Its
members provide social activi-
ties for the junior and senior
high students on available Fri-
Receive In-Service Training Retiring president Marie Twcdt hands the gavel, symbolic of her
duties, to newly elected president Linda Gower as other new otiicers,
Carol Addis, Carol Luke, Judy Gieseke, Karen Martz, and Joan Timm,
In the spring, the Business Cadettes held
an initiation breakfast when new members
were received and welcomed into the club
and obtained the club pin, a symbol of
achievement. At this time the newly elected
officers were installed. Mr. Leslie Tripp,
principal, and Mr. James Palmer and Miss
Gladys Rose, counselors. were guests.
Business Cadettes is an organization cre-
ated for the purpose of preparing a better!
educated woman to enter tomorrowis busi-1
ness world. Members serve the faculty byy
typing, mimeographing lessons, and doingi
other secretarial work.
Their advisers, Miss Valborg Helseth andl
Miss Eleanor Steelsmith, supervise the club,s
well-rounded program. The yearis activities
include selling fudge once each month, tak-
ing held trips which help the girls un-i
derstand various business situations, doingi
several projects which are a service to the
entire school, and giving a Christmas dessert.
luncheon for the faculty.
At the annual spring breakfast newly
elected oliicers are installed and new mem-
bers are initiated.
Merrilly Elliott, Judith Wilberding, Adce-
na Dixon, Joan Knippenberg, Judith Sand-
quist, Kathleen Byrne, Diane Allred, and
Ann Wiger typify some of the many jobs
the Business Cadettes perform in their
duty requirements. Adeena Dixon is famili-
arizing herself with a dictaphone rented by
the organization for their secretarial train-
At Christmas time each year the
Business Cadettes hold a dessert
luncheon for the faculty. Members of
the club preparing to serve the guests
are Diane Anderson, Sharon Pooler,
Judith Gieseke and Patricia Schroe-
Helping Mrs. Patricia Fritsche,
physical education teacher, are Busi-
ness Cadettcs Jeanne Rundquist and
Karen Olson. The girls type her re-
ports, tests. and other material. They
also help with recording grades and
other book work.
Student Council Exists To Serve
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In the spirit of Christmas the Student Council
decorated the auditorium and trimmed the tree.
Shown adding the final touches are members
Charles Rosecranz, Susan VanZanden, Barbara
Nelson, Lonna Hayes, Diane Dettle, John Schoel-
ler, Carol Waterman, and James Jannett.
During the March of Toys, sponsored by the
Council, homeroom representatives brought deco-
rated boxes filled with toys collected in home-
rooms to the tree. The toys were then distributed
to needy children by the St. Paul Fire Department.
Checking over some of the posters
that were put up by the Student Coun-
cil for the Red Feather Drive are the
oflicers of the senior council. Sitting are
Nancy Thomas, vice president, and Sally
Thorstenson, secretary. Standing are
Douglas Krause, treasurer, and James
Jannett, president. The Council spon-
sored an assembly to promote the Red
Feather Drive. The seniors won the con-
test between classes for the largest dona-
tion, exceeding their quota by nearly
100 per cent.
School, Community Interests
Acting as hostesscs at a tea are Eva Jane Stilf, Susan
Community conscious .Iunior Student Council officers
Selbin, Elaine Caldwell, and Sally Thorstenson. The tea, Pat Broderick, treasurer, John Dexter. president, and
a project of the Student Council, was held for the faculty Valdis Smits, vice president, construct a showcase display
after one of the Tuesday meetings.
The Student Council keeps the stu-
dents well informed about coming
athletic events and sponsors assem-
blies. Students are often represented
at faculty meetings by Student Coun-
cil members. They are constantly
striving to keep the school a pleasant
place in which to be.
Many community projects are spon-
sored in school through the Student
Council including the Red Feather
Drive and the March of Dimes.
The only money-making event that
the Student Council sponsors is 'Sno-
Day. This is a full day of activity in
which everyone in the school can par-
ticipate. During assemblies in the
morning a king and queen from the
senior class and a prince and princess
from the freshman class are crowned.
They reign over a day of skating and
games at Como Park. This is climaxed
by a dance in the gymnasium.
promoting the Red Feather Drive.
Circulating posters in order to inform students ot' coming athletic events
are Junior Student Council members Elizabeth Frost, Barbara Lembke, and
Priscilla Hager. Other projects of the Junior Council include promoting
cafeteria sanitation, and decorating the school at Christmas time.
'Time O Gur Lives'
Taking time out from a taxing schedule of campaigning
are the lovely homecoming candidates and their managers.
Pausing on the lawn before the introduction assembly are
Joan Nelson, Edward Jarosch, Carol Luke, Jan Dose, Sarah
Johnson, Warren Diesslin, Beverly Ulvin, Rick Hosking,
Karen Calvert, Gene lsakson.
HColors are fiyingu as Curt Smith straddles the goal post
and fastens streamers to the crossbar in preparation for the
homecoming game. Looking on and offering encouragement
are Jerry Swanson, Susan VanZanden, Aileene Jack, and
At the crack of dawn, cam-
paigners gather to adorn the fences
surrounding the school with posters
publicizing their favorite candi-
dates. Erecting signs and passing
out tags are a few of the volun-
tary duties of campaigners Richard
Gjertson, Kathryn Strenglis, Rob-
ert Nelson, Janet Tiedeman.
During Homecoming week, ex-
citement and anticipation rose to
the phrase of "Whip the Trainers."
The days and nights were filled with
campaign meetings, assemblies, and
a parade, climaxed by the corona-
tion of Murray's 1959 Homecom-
ing Queen. As Queen Joan Nelson
received her royal robes and crown
in an assembly before the student
body, she could only say "Thank
you, everyone!', as happy tears
streamed down her face.
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Queen Joan graciously reigned
over the exciting football game be-
tween Murray and Mechanic Arts,
in which the Pilots unwillingly
bowed in defeat. A dance in honor
of the royalty brought to a close a
week which will long be remem-
Flushed and radiant, Queen Joan,
above, receives her crown from the
hands of Miss Karen Sontag, St.
Paulls Queen of the Snows.
To the left is Joan, poised and
regal as she represents her school
as the year's official queen.
Carol Addis, typist and index editor, is typ-
ing cutlines under the supervision of Karen
Martz and Karen Nelson, class editors. After a
big day of taking pictures of all the home-
rooms, the names in each group have to be
checked and re-checked for spelling. The in-
dex editor then places them on her list to get
the page number on which each person
Securing an advertisement from St. Anthony
Park State Bank through Mr. Biagalke of that
establishment are the advertising editors,
Sharon Pooler. Nancy Nystrom, and Kathleen
Barnum. A great part of student contact with
the community around Murray comes through
the advertisements the nearby merchants place
in the school publication and by the business
that they receive through these advertisements.
The Pilot Staff.
Constance Tyson and Mary Snyder, co-editors, were
caught off guard while checking copy as the first dead- l
line neared. Before the pages are sent to the printer,
each is stylized and checked for correct picture size l
and copy measurement, so that everything is in order. l
Judy Sanford, art editor, is putting some finishing
touches on the map of our 'fSaintly City? N
Members of the business staff of The P1101 are check-
ing the contract with the cover company. Robert Budde,
business manager, is ready to sign it while Verne Com-
stock, assistant business manager, Jerald Pederson, cir-
culation manager, and Marie Stougaard, accountant,
look on. The business staff has full responsibility for
the financial part of The Pilot. They must get subscrip-
tions, collect money, and be sure that it is spent wisely.
Goes To Gffset
Members of The Pilot staff met a new challenge
by changing from letterpress to offset printing. The
relatively new oiiset process is less expensive than
letterpress, allowing staff members more freedom
with color, design, and amount of pictures and
With the help of Miss Margaret Glenn, journalism
adviser, the stafi met their first deadline as early as
December l, and had the first proofing completed
by March 30.
The staff had 'ithe time of their lives', creating a
theme, choosing Murray's "man of the year," voting
on a cover, planning pages, taking pictures, and
writing copy for The 1960 Pilot.
Combining work with play Joyce Diffen-
dorfer, Holly Hunt, and Carol Waterman,
activities editors, are helping Thomas Ser-
got and James Pearson get ready for the
Each year the journalism department and Library
Club join forces to sell Christmas cards, wrapping
paper, and stationery. Carolyn Rudolf and Barbara
"M" Club picture. Planning pictures, setting
up props, and getting them taken is a big
part of their job. But it's not all work, as
one can easily see from this picture.
Richard Wiles and Dianne Lindstrom,
sports editors, are measuring pictures for
their section, while Karen Johnson cuts
them. John Schoeller and Daniel Torgersen,
photographers, are discussing the lens set-
ting on the camera.
McLaughlin, copy editors for The Pilot, and Lorraine
Tompkins and Margaret Madigan, Pilot senior edi-
tors, are selecting the boxes that they wish to sell.
Keeps 'Building With Books'
Row 1 Beverly Thompson, Sally Thorstenson, Robin Atkins, Kathleen O'Biien, Marcia Stougaard, Judith Kelsey, Kathleen
Barnum, Sally Souther 0 Kathryn Strenglis, Carolyn King, Mary Sanford, Susan Dow, Judith Hunt, Betty Lauerer, Susan
Selbin, Catherine Watson, Ann Cerny 0 Richard Foster, John Mantis, Richard Talbott, John Wolf, Julian Andersen, David
Mayer, Richard Murawski, James Frost! Allyn Thurow, Thorkild Nissen, Jerald Pederson, Thomas Atkins, Jay Moor, John
Swanson, Robert Lindgren, Phillip Hager.
Row 1 Jean Lembke, Mary Brasted, Sarah Johnson, Marie Stougaard, Barbara Hosking, Alberta Johnson, Linda Johnson,
Mary White I Judy Treiehel, Joan Knippenberg, Jeanne Abraham, Carolyn Sandquist, Elaine Caldwell, Evelyn Busch, Holly
Hunt, Patricia Boyle, Carolyn McKay I Robert Murawski, Kirk Shoffner, Thomas Davies, Fred Syrdal, Lyle Malmberg,
Thomas Swadburg, Daniel Paskewitz, Paul Morloek 0 Thomas Skovholt, Verne Comstock, Robert Budde, Chris Page, Curtis
Throngard, Russell Swanson, Victor Borgeson, William Mayer. Donald Razskazoff.
Combine service, hard work, play, and the product is
Library Club. Under the direction of Miss Marion Gratz,
librarian and club adviser, members maintain the library
and undertake numerous projects.
The highlight of the year is Book Week. Following the
theme, "Build With Booksf' the juniors construct original
displays exhibiting new books to be selected by the student
body. Climaxing the weekfs activities is a tea honoring the
faculty and parents of club members.
Preparatory classes in library science are offered to the
freshmen and sophomores. The classes are designed to fa-
miliarize the students with the library and prepare them for
Guiding and supervising the club and its
members are the duties of these board
members. From left to right are: Judith
Kelsey, vice president: Julian Andersen,
vice prcsidentg Sarah Johnson, presidentg
Mary Sanford, program chairmanp William
Mayer, treasurer: Robert Budde, sergeant-
at-armsz Robin Atkins, recording secretary:
Verne Comstock, corresponding secretary.
Digging in their spurs in an attempt to
revive the Old West, the Library Club
board members corraled and branded ini-
tiates Beverly Thompson and Russell Swan-
Being trampled in the line of duty is staff
worker, Jim Beattie, as he dodges under-
classmen on his way to the library.
One of the duties of staff members is to
service the classrooms with book sets. Jim,
who was on the early shift this year, found
that being tall helped when he was called
on frequently to do this job.
Coming ot' age this past year was
Celebrates A Special Birthday
Portraying the main purpose of Girls
League in a skit for the newly initiated mem-
bers are: Barbara l-losking. Deborah Rerg-
strom, Susan Dow, Carol Anker, Mary Schrei-
fels, Annette Gredvig, Martha Vong, Bonnie
Brown, Sandra Dexter.
The Girls' League initiation has
become a tradition at Murray, with
the senior girls acting as big sisters
to the freshmen and other girls
who are new to the school. The
theme of this year's program was
based on Indians, and as the girls
were initiated each one received a
feather and war paint.
After the meeting, Gayl Gay-
man, Karen Lee, and Shari Quam
straighten their feathers and touch
up their Hmake up," knowing they
will have to wear them the rest of
Girls' League. Under the leadership of
president Joan Nelson and hoard mem-
bers Heather Wall, Kathryn Strenglis,
Dorothy Trapp, and Karen Johnson, the
club celebrated twenty-one years of
Girls' League was founded by Miss
Marion Gratz when Murray became a
high school. The present adviser is Miss
Girls in grades nine through twelve
participate in service projects and attend
four entertaining meetings. Programs
this year included a style show, a trave-
logue on Turkey by Jeanne Hella as well
as the annual initiation of freshmen.
Receive Classroom Experience
To develop an interest in the
teaching profession is the funda-
mental aim of the Future Teach-
ers of America. Of equal impor-
tance is the club's service to the
Members, composed of junior
and senior girls, volunteer to help
teachers enter grades in record
books and conduct classes in a
teacher's absence. Murray's branch
of the national club is supervised
by Miss Louise Smith.
Monthly meetings emphasized
the education of the deaf, blind,
Pictured outlining a meeting are:
Judy Sanford, program chairman,
Carolyn King, treasurer, Joan
i Timm, president, Sandra Schaff-
ner, secretaryg Karen Calvert, vice
.Superlative adjectives are needed to describe Murray's newest organization, the Co-Pilots. While the group
had its beginning last year, an organization must show its importance and growth for a year before it is
formally recognized. This the Co-Pilots have done at sports events.
The marching group practiced after school hours, made their own blue and white sailor uniforms, and
executed their snappy drills with precision for football fans.
To meet operating expenses the group sponsored a Polka Party in November.
Row 1 Bonnie Brown, Jeannine Reuteler, Eva Jane Stiff, Esther Orf, Janet McLean, Kay Cutkomp, Gudrun Johnson, Betty Lou
Moberg, Mr. Rossini 0 Donna Hennessy, Mary White, Marty Vong, Mary Ann Schreifels, Linda Niemela, Barbara Wilke,
Judith Treichel, Kathryn Strenglis I Vicki Bone, Dorothy Trapp, Karen Anderson, Susan Jack, Mary Delger, Sandra Dexter,
Betty Cadwell, Carolyn King, Barbara Nelson, Janet Tiedeman 0 Jeanne Cannons, Lynne Dahler, Deborah Bergstrom, Nadette
Rostvit, Renee Nelson, Linda Gower, Sue Johnson, Kathleen Sundstrom, Linda Hillstrom.
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Patterned after the otiice of consul in
the Roman republic, the consulship of
the Latin Club is filled by two members,
Beverly Thompson and Robert Nelson,
each serving half a year. The scribe,
Barbara Nelson, acts as secretary and
the quaestor, Thomas Davies, takes
care of the funds of the club. The aedile,
Barbara Wilke, having the obligation of
providing entertainment, is program
Makes Language Vital
sen, Kathleen Baukol.
Row 1 JoAnn Kenny, Patricia Mar
gette, Kathleen Johnson, Mary J
Slettom, Ann Cerny, Joan Enerson
Ann Hartwick, Karen LaFond, Ran
dina Jensen 0 Joan Lauerer, William
Mantis, Cheryl Greeco, Susan Mac
Donald, Peter Rogness, Barclay
Brasted, Jeanette Friesen, Jeffery Otto
0 Elizabeth Frost, Mary Byrne
Susan Smith, Evangeline Aus, Diane
Olson, Ann Wall, Donald Pautz
Evelyn Busch, Victoria Rupp 0 Kath
leen Barrick, Thomas Thorstcnson
Louis Dewitt, Gregory Page, Susan
Talbott, Mark Thompson, Trygg Han
Follows Customs O Rome
Jeffrey Otto, a first-year Latin
student, is shown in the clutches of
the mythological fates, Cloths, La-
chesis, and Atropos, represented by
Sarah Souther, Mary Brasted, and
Patricia Boyle. At the initiation in
November, each nrst-year class was
required by a Fate to undergo a
task, or stay ensnared in the
powers of Fates.
The tasks undergone were sing-
ing 'fYankee Doodle" in Latin tit
proved to be no easy matterj,
drawing a likeness of Gorgon, a
monster with three bodies, and
decorating each others faces with
Latin Club makes its members aware of the importance
of Latin in today's world. A tour of Rome, via slides and
commentary by Mrs. Ralph Slatten, was the program for
the first Latin Club meeting of the year. At the Novem-
ber meeting, each first year Latin student was initiated
into the club.
Another meeting was highlighted by a comparison of
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the astonishing similarities of the Russian and Latin lan-
guages. At the joint Spanish-Latin Club meeting, everyone
toured Spain a la slides.
At the annual spring banquet, Latin students who have
done superior work will be cited. The decorations and the
program will point up an unusual theme.
Row l Barbara Nelson, Janet Tiede-
man, Barbaia Wilke, Eva Jane Stiff,
Sally Souther, Margaret Kurz, Linda
Teig, Judith Treiehel, Bonnie Brown
0 Carolyn Sandquist, Mary Delger,
Carole Barthold, Bruce Pankonin,
Sally Thorstenson, Jane Gilje, Barbara
Lembke, Pamela Comstock, Mr. Bill
Addison 0 Marilyn Murfin, Joan
Kampa, Daniel Tyson, Naomi Frost,
Mary Brasted, Victoria Moor, David
Pietsch, Linda Johnson, Beverly
Thompson 0 James Freeman, Thom-
as Davies, Robert Nelson, David Hal-
len, William Alwin, Joseph Kaufert,
Ronald Kuhn, James Hughes, Paul
Reigning over 'Sno-Day festivities were
Greta Giving and James Rudie. Miss
Muriel Lux, Sl. Paul's Queen of the
Snows, crowned the king and queen who
in turn crowned John Dexter and Carole
Barthold, prince and princess. The coro-
nation assemblies were followed by a
day of sports activities at Como Lake
and a "Winter Rhapsodyl' dance.
Sno-Day Spells Thrills, Spills
Quick! Duck! The prince and prin-
cess candidates are armed and ready
to fire. The candidates are nominated
by their classmates in a preliminary
election. All junior high students took
part in the hnal balloting. From left
to right are princess candidates Carole
Barthold, Gayl Gayman, Mary Jo
Slettom, Barbara Lembke, Priscilla
Hager, and prince Candidates John
Zellner, Thomas Thorstenson, William
Mantis, Mark Thompson, John Dex-
ter, Mike Sullivan.
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Although anxiety and nervous
tension make even a simple thing
like skating difficult for these king
and queen candidates iSno-Fool-
in' week proved to be the "Time of
Their Lives? Helping Jeanne Hella
put on her skates are Edward Ja-
rosch and James Beattie, while
James Jannett, Mary Snyder, James
Rudie, and Judith Sanford prepare
for a race with Greta Giving,
N James Pearson, and Sandra Na-
is H A. an deau.
"Hold on tight!" This is the advice of
Donald Pautz and Robert Zalk for Erin
O'Brien and Karen Lafond as they be-
gin an afternoon of sliding.
This is one of the many outdoor
sports planned by the Student Council
for students on 'Sno-Foolin' Day. Over
six hundred Murray students partici-
pated in the various activities including
skating, skiing, tobogganing, and broom-
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Housework was at a stand-
still on 'Sno-Foolin' Day as
cleaning closets were raided
in preparation for the broom-
ball games. Confident of a
win, the senior boys ehal-
lenged the junior boys. The
junior and senior girls also
got into the game. Poised for
action are: Curtis Smith, Pe-
ter Aus, John Mantis, Rich-
ard Foster, Douglas Krause,
Gerald Treichel, John Dun
can, Donald Raszkazoff.
"l know it's here some-
where!" exclaims Jeanne
Johnson as she reads the
clues for the treasure hunt.
Carefully following each di-
rection are Janet Pankonin,
Mark Bauer, and Kenneth
Caldwell. A prize of ten dol-
lars was offered by the Stu-
dent Council. One thousand
pennies were awarded to Ed-
ward Turi, who found the
treasure buried on Murray's
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Curtain Up I1 Dramatic Club
Dramatic Club is a world of heroes, villains,
and make believe. Designed to develop and exer-
cise dramatic skills, the club is a blend of work
This organization draws its membership from
the sophomore, junior and senior classes. To
qualify, one must perform a skit or deliver a reci-
tation which is reviewed by Miss Florence Vest,
club supervisor, and a panel of judges selected
from the club.
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Depicting the Christmas story
are Dorothy Reiter, Gretchen Van-
Zanden, Julie Beckjorden, Ann Wi-
ger, Mary Kulvich, and Jacqueline
Fishbeck. The Christmas program
is a joint undertaking of the choir
and speech departments.
Sitting innocently on a park
bench between two quarreling lov-
ers is Mrs. Moore, played by Greta
Giving. The lonely widow amuses
herself by slyly reuniting the couple
played by Emili Holt and Steven
Brouhaugh. This scene is from a
skit prepared by members.
Rehearsing and recording a skit in the sound room are the
officers of Dramatic Club: Holly Hunt, treasurer: Greta Giv-
ing, president, Patricia Schroeder, secretaryg Jane Melrose,
program chairmang Constance Spooner, vice president. The
tape recorder is a valuable tool for self improvement.
"l hate you!" yells Rose CCarolyn Ru-
dolfb, as she picks up a lamp to throw
at John tDouglas Krausel at the height
of an argument. Rose's sister Agnes
tJcanne Rohlederl, Esther tAnn McDi-
armidh, and Tootie tJean Hellab watch
them, horrified at the thought of Rose
breaking the lamp and not caring what
might happen to John. The argument is
one of the amusing spots in the play,
Meet Me in St. L0ui.x'.
Gives Audience Ghuckles
Presenting . . . Meet Me in St. Louis, staged
by the senior class. Soon after the cast was chosen
by Miss Florence Vest, dramatic director, re-
hearsals began. Preparations, including building
scenery, printing programs, and finding a cat who
would play the role of Lady Babbie, were made
by class members.
As curtain time neared, frantic cries of, UI can't
remember my lines," and, 6'Where's my other
shoe?', were heard from the cast.
Mr. Smith .... .... J ames Beattie
Mrs. Smith. . . ...... Judith Jensen
Rose ....... ............... C arolyn Rudolf
Esther .... .............. A nne McDiarmid
Agnes... .... Carole Baker, Jeanne Rohleder
Tootie . . . .................. Jeanne Hella
Lon ..... .............. R ichard Hosking
Grandpa ..... .... W aldren Douglas
Katie .......... ............ G reta Giving
Mrs. Waughop. . . .............. Jane Melrose
Ida ............ . . .Susan Hoff, Karen Johnson
John .... ........... D ouglas Krause
Fred ..... .......... G ary Niemczyk
Lucille ...... ..... K aren Calvert
Mr. Dodge .... .... S teven Brohaugh
Mr. Duffy .... ....... J ohn Hayes
Conductor .,.. .... D aniel Weber
Esther fAnne McDiarmid7, with the solemn vow to marry
the first man whose hand she shakes, faithfully swallows
chicken hearts, which Katie fGreta Givingj has saved for
her. Ida tKaren JohnsonJ watches in amazement.
Choir Members Enjoy Music
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"Musical Moodsf' the choir's spring con-
cert of last year, included spiritual, popular,
and religious selections. ln the scene above,
Karen Johnson, supplemented by the choir,
sings "Bali Hai' from the Broadway show
Choir officers Judith Kelsey, Donald
Steinle, Barbara McLaughlin, John Snod-
grass, Steven Middleton, and Sharon Simons
discuss some of the choral selections and
check the choir's robes before a class
Row 1 Anne McCulley, Nancy Carling, Alida Miesen, Linda McKillips, Barbara McLaughlin, Sharyll
Rygg, John Snodgrass 0 Eva Jane Stilf, Carole Berge, Gudrun Johnson, Carolyn King O Sharon Simons, Jeanne Abraham,
Geraldine Hughes, Leilani Peterson, Judith Johnson, Bryce Crawford, Donald Steinle 0 Shirley Webber,
Joyce Diffendorfer, Susan Wagner, Susan Johnson, Nancy Brink, Judith Carlson.
Perform In School, Community
M ' Om
Murray's senior chorus, di-
rected by Mrs. Helen McGeever,
is a valuable part of both the
school and the community.
Christmas time found them pre-
paring for an inspirational musi-
cal program based on the Christ-
mas story. The choir participated
in the St. Paul Christmas Choral
In the spring, the choir pre-
Murray's Octette is on stage. Richard Gjertson, Nancy Brink, Bryce Craw- sented 3 muslcal program' This
ford, Karen Johnson, Michael Gregory, Cheryl Grecco, Donald Steinle, and YCUY the Peff01'm31'1CC WHS Called
Sharon Simons entertain at assemblies and present programs to organizations "Music-U.S.Af' The group was
In the Cllmmunlly' heard in selections depicting life
in the United States with Ameri-
ca's favorite songs.
Row I Mrs. Helen MCGeever, Eric Mattson, James Rutlie, Willis Woltlt, .loscph Schall, Esther Urf, Kathryn Strenglis, lacque-
line Johnson. Barbara Schreifels, Bonnie Brown 0 Steven Middleton, .Iames Leith, Kevin Johnson, Karen Johnson, Sandra
Dexter, Phyllis Cownie. Carole Thorsen, Cheryl Grecco, Nancy Nystrom, Linda Paul I Michael Gregory, Richard Gjcrtson,
Greta Giving, Karen Calvert, Judith Kelsey, Diane Olson, Ailecne Jack, Dorothy Trapp, Sharon Sandgren, Judith Sandquist
O Marcia Potter, .ludith Owens, Carol Paquette, Renee Nelson, ,leanne Cannons, Patricia Schroeder, Kathleen Barnum,
Marilyn Briggs. Ingrid Giving.
For Whom The Crowds Roar
V-I-C-T-O-R-Y. Victory! This is the chant of Murray cheerleaders Gretchen VanZanden, Karen Peterson, Sandra
Jenson, Susan Hunt, Alberta Johnson, and Judith Johnson, as they practice their skating cheers for a hockey game.
These girls faithfully attend all of the major sporting events and cheer the teams on to victory. Captain of the group
is Karen Peterson. Their adviser is Mrs. Patricia Fritsche.
Members of the cheering squad are chosen
each spring, through try-outs, on the basis of
their ability and poise. The cheerleaders put in
hours of practice to learn new cheers and to per-
gtm fect their skills. Early in the fall, the girls at-
J tended a cheerleading clinic held at White Bear
we High School. Here, they studied new techniques,
assembly ideas, and methods of increasing school
spirit. By meeting cheerleaders from other Twin
City schools, they brought new cheers back for
Pep assemblies, throughout the year, are or-
ganized by the cheerleaders, with various school
groups presenting skits.
'ADO you like it?" asks Karen Peterson as she
shows Gretchen VanZanden and Susan Hunt her
new cheerleading skirt. The squad acquired new uni-
forms during the winter when they adopted gold
wool pleated skirts made by the girls. The group
sponsored the V-I-Victory dance to pay for their
new skirts and to keep the treasury in the black.
Brings Murray Fame
Row l Edward Turi, Roger Leppla, Terrance Vasterling, James Jannett, Michael Johnson, Craig Wetherbee,
James Alexander 0 John Wolf, Thomas Sergot, Douglas Krause, James Pearson, Stephen Sweetland, Roger
Quammen, Mr. Robert Ritter 0 Peter Aus, Gary Oakins, John Preda, Roger Olson, Jay Moor, Verne Com-
stock, Roger Pearson I Frank Wandmacher, Thomas Anderson, John Schoeller, Richard Nelson, Robert
Budde, Gerald Treichel.
Behind the blue and gold letters of the MM" club This year, members sold candy to help finance the
members are long hours of practice, glorious vic- films of varsity games.
tories, and bitter disappointments. Muscles are not Officers are James Pearson, president, Thomas
the only requirement for joining the club. Members Sergot, vice president, James Jannett, secretary-
must maintain a good scholastic rating and exhibit treasurer, Edward Turi and Douglas Krause, ser-
sportsmanlike conduct. geant-at-arms.
Row l Earl Orf, James Frost, David
Steen, Werner Spandau, Frederick
Kurz, David Pietsch, Roger Johnson
0 Richard Lien, Richard Foster,
Thomas Davies, Thomas Atkins,
James Hughes, Michael Weihrauch, ,
Paul Miesen 0 John Vollmer, Chris- D K
topher Page, Charles Rosecrans, Rich-
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Records School Events
Writer's cramp is a common ailment of
co-editors Nancy Thomas and Meridel
Fahsl. It is the responsibility of the editors
to plan page one, write the lead articles,
make story assignments, and coordinate the
work of the staff members.
All material that goes into the publication
must have the co-editors approval. They de-
vote several hours a day to the newspaper,
striving to make it one of the best. Their
goal is to achieve another All-American for
the Murcurie. Waiting for instructions are
Sarah Johnson and Janice Benson who spe-
cialize in copy reading.
Making their page interesting to read is the
goal of feature editors Linda Paul, Sandra
Schaffner, and Jeanne Rohleder. Robert Han-
son, art editor, is called upon to draw sketches
and transfer them onto linoleum blocks in
preparation for printing. The feature editors
are in charge of writing editorials, feature
stories, personality sketches, and book reviews.
L'Quips, Quirks, Quotesf, a humor column, is
also their responsibility.
At work selecting and grouping
pictures are Mary Sanford, ex-
change editorg sports editors Diane
Uram, Robert Murawski, William
Franta. Besides corresponding with
g other schools, Mary keeps the
J' Mun-urie tiles organized and com-
plete. Although GAA events are
Diane's primary concern, all three
sports editors assume the respon-
sibility of covering athletic events.
All teams, both junior and senior
. varsity, are given equal attention.
After celebrating its twentieth birthday
last year, the Murc'urie, now of age, works
to keep its All-American rating of many
Day by day the editors hold conferences
with the staff to check news sources, get new
ideas through participation in clinics held
by the St. Paul Dispnrclz, and read new
books and magazines on the subject of news
editing and writing.
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ln charge of all business transac-
tions for the Murc,-uric' are Judith
Equally as important as the
news and feature articles are
the advertisements. Shown pin-
ning ads, listing advertisers, and
recording contracts are Aileene
Jack, Jane Melrose, Joan Nel-
son, and Carole Berge. Assist-
ing them is Marjorie Smith, typ-
ist. Soliciting ads within the
community is the first step of
the advertisers. Then they plan
the layouts and prepare them
Kelsey, Daniel Paskewitz, Carolyn
McKay, Julian Andersen, and Joan
Timm. Besides maintaining an ac-
tive circulation department, they
supervise money making events to
help the budget. Mrs. Lucile Smith
is the business adviser.
Between issues, staff members
take turns decorating the assign-
ment board. Here news editors
Anne McDiarmid and Betty Camp-
bell, standing, get help for deco-
rating from special editors Sharon
Simons, Patricia Schroeder, and
Representing Murray in the American
Junior Red Cross, a community endeav-
or, is Carole Thorsen. Here, she ex-
plains to Dorothy Reiter and Jane
Melrose the year's projects. Scrapbook
exchanging with foreign countries, deco-
rating local hospitals during the holi-
days. filling boxes forthe needy, and pre-
scnting programs for invalids were some
of the planned events.
Jeanne Hella, Murray's American Field
Service representative, tells Thorkild Nies-
sen about her summer in Turkey. Thor, as
he is known to Murray students, was sent
from Denmark to spend the school year
here, through the AFS program. Both stu-
dents tell groups in the community as well
as in the school about their experiences liv-
ing abroad. Representatives are chosen on
the basis of competition, written essays, and
"How does it look to you?" asks Paul
Mayers, owner of a service station near
Murray. Michael Johnson and Phillip
O,Neill, both station employees, agree
on a job well done. Several other stu-
dents work at various jobs in super mar-
kets, hospitals, restaurants, and service
stations throughout the community. By
exercising skills to serve the public, they
have many valuable experiences in meet-
ing and getting along with people, han-
dling money, and having their own re-
Row l Charlotte Clarke, Anne McCulley, Gena Smith, Caroline Hopp, Lynda Johnson, Kay Cutkomp, Catherine Pomeroy
Dorothy Reiter 0 Marcia Allred, Kathleen Thoennes, Joan Karner, Virginia Maas, Beth Johnson, Judith Jahnkc, Bonnie Knud-
sen, Lorraine Tompkins, Jeanine Smith I Carole Freier, Carol Hendrickson, Marion Lawrence, James Britain, Daniel Paske
witz, Kathleen Nielsen, Marilyn Briggs, Susan Jack 0 Greta Giving, Judith Carlson, Lyle Malmberg, William Engebretson
Phillip Hager, Thomas Skovholt, Jon Schmugge, Kathleen Sundstrom.
Proudly displaying their souvenirs of Mexico are
Melanie and Jane Christensen. Admiring the handi
work are Kathleen Sundstrom and Richard Ulvin
The Christensen sisters lived in Mexico City for four
months, where they attended an American school
Records, games, and dances are valuable aids in
teaching Spanish. All eyes are on Carole Thorson, pro
gram co-chairmang as she demonstrates a Spanish
dance. Looking on are Carolyn Hopp, secretary treas
urerg Marcia Allred, vice presidentg Daniel Paskewitz
presidentg Judith Carlson, program co-chairman
To achieve a better understanding of our Latin-
American neighbors is the fundamental aim of
Spanish Club. The organization studies customs
and history as Well as the language.
Representatives of Spain, Guatemala, and
Mexico entertained club members at monthly
meetings held in community churches. Under the
guidance of Mrs. Marion Fleming the group en-
joyed the informal learning that the meetings
Learn About Foreign Lands
Y-Teens is a service organization spon-
sored by the YWCA for high school girls.
Tray favors are made for hospitals and
CARE packages are packed to be sent
overseas. The girls also have parties and
entertainment at their programs.
One of the projects for the girls from
all over the city was to have a "Mock
U.N.U Each school was to represent a
different country and to do this they had
to learn about the customs and people.
Making tray favors tor hospitals was one of
the projects sponsored by Y-Teens. Susan Hoff,
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Modeling costumes from the Far Eastern
countries of the world are Karen Anderson,
Jeanne Abraham, Sharon Cravath and Jan
Larson. The study of these countries and
others was part of the work of the Y-Teens'
"Mock U. N.," a city wide project for
secretary, Susan Selbin, treasurer, Alberta John-
son, vice presidcnt, seated, Susan Dow, ICC rep-
resentative, Greta Giving, chaplain, and Patricia
Schroeder, president, are shown preparing them.
KNOW what do I do?" Judy Sandquist asks Di-
anne Andresen, who is reading the directions for
pizza, while Adair Murray greases the pan for the
crust. This was a very typical scene at their pizza
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Writers Edit School Books
Robert Hanson and Margaret Madi-
gan, proud new members of Quill and
Scroll, watch Patricia Schroeder and
Jerald Pederson light their candles
from the flame of truth held by Con-
stance Tyson, club president. From
truth, the candles of enlightenment,
leadership, loyalty, opportunity, and
friendship were lit, all signifying the
endeavors of a good journalist.
The new members received gold
membership pins, which symbolize
achievement in journalistic fields
through work on school publications,
the M1ll'r'Llric1 and the Pilot.
Stored enthusiasm bubbles out
gt- ,',, Q as the Quill and Scroll oflicers
' make linal preparations for their
first initiation. Checking to see
if they have enough candles
and napkins are: Marie Stou-
gaard, treasurerg Constance Ty-
son, president: Nancy Thomas,
secretary: William Franta, vice
At the fall initiation, thirty-
two new members from both the
Murcurit' and the Pilot staffs
joined the organization. They
were admitted through the .Na-
tional Quill and Scroll head-
quarters on the basis of their
work on the publications and
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Quill and Scroll is a well established organization in Murray life.
This year volunteer members worked on drafts for the new student
directory. Information compiled for a student handbook was done
by members with the help of Mr. Donald Simmelink, assistant princi-
pal. During printing week, Quill and Scroll held a joint meeting with
the Library Club. Mr. Edward McDonald, guest speaker, discussed
various phases of printing. As a money-making project for the year,
the club sold protective covers for the yearbook.
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Despite the load of books and the hard
work waiting for them, Richard Timm,
Joann Scholtz, Charlotte Koeper, Nancy
Krause, Jay Otto, and Catherine Pomeroy,
junior high students, seem quite happy to
get into school on cold days. The junior
highers come to school at 9 a.m. for the
second shift and stay until 3:30 p.m., while
the senior high students come at 8 a.m.
until 1:35 p.m.
Neighborhood doorbells were being rung
near Valentine's Day when Murcurie sales-
men delivered orders for popcorn balls.
Junior High students shown here delivering
their goods are high salesman Susan Tselos,
assisted by Joe Diaz and Gerald Weber.
Challenged by the girls to a pie-making
contest, Murray boys accepted, and came
through with flying colors. Richard Foster
represented the junior boys and Richard
Hosking, the senior boys. Against them
were June Sorenson, junior, and Lonna
ln order to impress the judges, the girls
decorated their cherry pie with fancy
hearts, while the boys, whose main drive
was their stomachs, made a very plain pie.
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Back stage, the stage force is the core of
entertainment at Murray. Whether it's mi-
crophones, lights, or sound effects, they. will
have things ready. Helping with programs
are Gerald Swanson, Curtis Smith, Eugene
lsakson, John Vollmer, Wayne Nielsen, and
The boys got Coveralls this year before
the Senior Class Play, so their clothes would
be protected while painting scenery and
working back stage. Each boy's name is
sewn onto his uniform.
Assists Faculty Classrooms
The Projection Crew is responsible for an impor-
tant part of the education at Murray. It is the duty
of the members to assist the teachers in the class-
room, at meetings of organizations, and at assemblies.
Each boy on the crew is assigned one period when
he is responsible for showing lilms in any classroom. t
The boys also repair and order the films.
Under the guidance of their adviser Mr. Donald
Lindberg, John Vollmer, Albert Benjamin, Thomas
Gardner, Robert Kohout, James Alexander, and
David Christenson are setting up the projecter.
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Row 1 Heather Wall, JoAnn Wagener, Margaret Wolf, Mary Peterson, Ruth Freeborg, Sandra Olson, Jane Timm, Judith Baker
0 Sharon McLean, Catherine Broderick, Betty Lauerer, Kathleen Johnson, Carol Anker, Sandra Tousley, Richard Erickson,
Constance Spooner, Caroline Hopp, Dorothy Boland, Nancy Werner O Gretchen VanZanden, Karen l.ee, Carol Johnson, Joan
Lauerer, Glenda Hetlin, Beth Johnson, Elizabeth Frost, Carol Hendrickson, Jeanne Rundquist, Gerald Liepitz 0 Joan Knippen-
berg, Ray Schmidt, Lorayne Knippenberg, Annette Gredvig, Judith Hunt, Ann Wall, Virginia Maas, Jean Lempke, Barbara Rice,
Gayl Gayman, Barbara Kerl 0 Kathryn Johnson, Katherine Brown, Delores Ludwig, Kathleen Baukol, Raymond Jensen, Bruce
Durant, Thomas Miller, Patil Newbrand, Donald Skundberg 0 Richard Hinz, Patrick Halvorson, John Swanson, Michael Berg-
mann, Jeffrey Burnham, Pamela Comstock, Kathleen Nielsen, Paul Waterman, James Pearson.
Community minded is the Murray Band
which not only participates in school events
but also adds much enjoyment to several
5 community functions. The Band includes in
its activities two skating performances in the
St. Paul Winter Carnival. They march in the
St. Paul School Police Parade and in the
community's annual Fourth of July Parade.
The band will also play for the Memorial
Day program at St. Anthony Park Ele-
mentary School and for the morning service
at Elmhurst cemetery.
In addition to this the Band gives an
annual Spring Concert. The program in-
""" cludes selections of overtures, classical and
novelty numbers, and several solo arrange-
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Cleaning up was a job for the llagtwirlers and majorettes of the band
after an attack by Vulcan and his helpers. Vulcan smeared greasepaint
on flagtwirler Heather Wall and majorette JoAnn Wagner after a per-
formance by the band at the downtown rink.
The Junior Band otlicers, Gretchen Halvorson,
secretary, James,Johnson, vice president, Judy Jen-
sen, president, and David Hagen, treasurer, are get-
ting ready for Band practice which is held once a
week for seventh and eighth graders. The Band,
which is pictured below, marched in the homecoming
parade, will march in the St. Paul School Patrol Pa-
rade, and participate in the annual Spring Concert.
Oilicers of the worldis first skating Band are
getting ready for an early practice of the year
on ice. Gerald Lieptz, treasurer, Gretchen Van-
Zanden, secretary, Constance Spooner, vice
president, and James Pearson, president, head
the Band board, which is the ruling body of the
organization. This board selects candidates for
the awards which are given at the annual Spring
Concert for participation in the Band functions,
and rule on issues which may come up during
Row l Roger Kwong, Jeanne Scheibert, Karen Erickson, Priscilla Thurow, Paul Formo, Gretchen Halvorson, Jean Perlich,
Alexandra Heron, Diane Barthold, Betsy Heron 0 Russell McCracken, Barbara Comstock, Alice Magnuson, Regina Huemoeller,
Elwood Emerson, Nancy Kfause, David Hagen, Robert Hebbel, William Watson, Jack Scherbert, Michael Broderick, Richard
Bone, Kathleen McKay, Eugene Schmidt, Gary Amunrud, Jack Sweet, Kayleen Ed, Mary Jo Haugan, Dennis Hays 0 David
Barthold, Judith Jensen, William Slettom, Mary Miller, James Johnson, John Bates, Timothy Mixon, Ronald Swanson.
As the deadline for the senior research
papers drew near, Murray students were
frequently found in the St. Paul Public
Library. Carolyn McKay, a junior and
part time employee of the library, is as-
sisting seniors Jay Moor and Monika
Dettmers in their search for information.
For Monika, a visiting student from
Bayreuth, Germany, writing the re-
search paper was a new and enriching
ommunity, School Work
The Future Teachers' Associa-
tion provides an opportunity for
those interested in becoming teach-
ers to test their skills. Here Karen
Johnson leads seventh graders Lar-
ry Schreifels, Diane Hoffman, and
Sonya Shoifner through a maze
of arithmetic problems. Karen su-
pervised the class several times dur-
ing the year under the direction of
teacher Clarence Fulmek.
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Mr. Alexander Heron, Band instructor,
and Senior Band officers Constance
Spooner, Gerald Liepctz, and James Pear-
son review movies taken as the Band
marched in a Fourth of July parade. Af-
ter the parade the Band members were
guests of the St. Anthony Park Men's
Association, sponsor of the event, at
community festivities in Langford Park.
Junior Varsity Coach John Pearson
gives prospective team members Ken
Caldwell, Jim Nelson, and John Larson
some helpful tips. The boys are members
of Midgets, a hockey program for seventh
and eighth grade boys sponsored by the
St. Anthony Park Men's Association.
This team has been an important feeder
system for our varsity hockey teams.
Nancy Brink, Marion Lawrence,
and Carolyn Zentic are busily de-
signing samples ot' holiday gift
wraps. The decorated packages
were displayed in the showcase to
give students ideas for wrapping
their Christmas packages. The girls
prepared the display in their family
and social problems class under the
guidance ol' Mrs. Anne Fisker.
In A Corner f The City
Members of the community were the
guests of Mr. Leslie Tripp, principal
tleftb, while visiting the school. They saw
first hand the crowded conditions under
which students and teachers have to
work. Nine hundred and fifty Murray
students are currently educated in a
building originally planned for six
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Five more weeks, Murrayites, and
school will be over. In the meantime,
finals loom large on the horizon and
your big help will be your student-
owned and operated Supply Store.
Here you can get supplies for finals,
term papers, and sketches sold to you
by expert saleswomen who have been
on the job all year.
To the right are Gloria Meyer, Judy
Mayers, and Joan Timm checking stock
in preparation for the big rush.
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Sold At The Supply Store
Early morning patron is Richard
Hahnen who is not taking any chances
for failing to have class materials. Sales
girls Barbara Turnquist, and Alice
Magnuson are always willing and ready
to sell the supplies.
In charge of the sales force is Miss
Eleanor Steelsmith who trains the staff
in buying techniques, salesmanship,
Here's the place where the gang gathers for after-
school snacks and for the needed refreshments fol-
lowing conference games -
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This is the big offset press at North Central Publishing Company. Richard Lien, next year's Pilot business manager,
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Senior Parents Guide Students
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Addis
Mr. Calven Allen
Mr. and Mrs. Evan R. Allred
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Andersen
Mr. and Mrs. Bertil L. Anderson
Mrs. Jean Anderson
Mrs. Valborg Anderson
Dr. and Mrs. George Aus
Mr. and Mrs. Wade L. Barnum
Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Benson
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Berge
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Bernard
Mr. and Mrs. Willard Biedler
Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Brink
Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Budde
Mr. and Mrs. John A. Byrne
Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Calvert
Mr. and Mrs, A. T. Campbell
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde M. Christensen
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Christenson
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Christofferson
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Clemen
Dr. and Mrs. Verne E. Comstock
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Cook
Mr. and Mrs. Bryce L. Crawford
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dettle
Mr. and Mrs. John Deutsch
Mr. and Mrs. T. Diesslin
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Dilfendorfer
Mr. and Mrs.
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Edmond G. Dokka
Russell W. Dose
Waldron W. Douglas
L. H. Dusosky
A. C. Elliott
Anthony J. Englund
E. V. Erickson
Al G. Fahsl
John A. Fletcher
Roy A. Franta
Rev. and Mrs. Gerald J. Giving
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Ralph H. Gower
W. L. Half
John H. Halstead
Harold L. Hayes
J. W. Hayes
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Heflin
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
V. W. Hella
Mrs. Louis I-Iosking
Through Community Life
Allan R. Lindgren
Roy E. Lindstrom
A. E. Luke
M. S. Madigan
Paul R. Martz
Andrew J. Mayer
William J. Mayers
O. R. Mazzitello
L. J. Melrose
and Mrs. Clarence E. Meyer
and Mrs. Jules L. Moor
and Mrs. Harry Nadeau
George P. Nelson
Laurence M. Nelson
Lloyd N. Nelson
Ralph L. Nelson
Walter E. Nelson
H. P. Nielsen
P. J. Niemczyk
Axson W. Nystrom
Harold A. Oakins
J. M. O,Brien
Carl P. Olson
Harold C. Olson
Carl H. Paul
and Mrs. Howard G. Hughes
and Mrs. E. M. Hunt
and Mrs. G. W. Hunting
and Mrs. J. P. lsakson
and Mrs. J. R. Jack
and Mrs. A. Jahnke
and Mrs. Clar Jannett
and Mrs. Raymond Jarosch
Esther L. Jenson
and Mrs. A. E. Johnson
and Mrs. A. O. Johnson
and Mrs. Albert L. Johnson
and Mrs. Alvin A. Johnson
Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson
and Mrs. G. Arvid Johnson
and Mrs. Kenneth J. Johnson
and Mrs. Kenneth V. Johnson
and Mrs. L. H, Johnson
and Mrs. Lew Johnson
and Mrs. H. P. Juhl
and Mrs. E. F. King
and Mrs. E. A. Keller
and Mrs. Clive G. Kelsey
and Mrs. W. L. Knippenberg
and Mrs. Wm. Krause
and Mrs. John A. Lauerer
and Mrs. H. G. Lawrence
and Mrs. Joseph J. Lebens
and Mrs. Arthur F. Leppla
Have Stake In Future
A. M. Pearson
Earl M. Pederson
Clarence W. Peterson
Milo J. Peterson, Jr.
Robert E. Pooler
Max J. Reiter
C. P. Rice
O. J. Rohleder
Donald L. Rundquist
Donald W. Sanford
Ralph H. Sanford
Clarence L. Schaffner
R. E. Schmugge
J. W. Schoeller
R. W. Schroeder
Earl C. Schultz
Robert N. Shoffner
Carl W. Simons
Clarence A. Smith
Harold E. Smith
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Leon C. Snyder
Norman E. Spooner
Arby J. Sundstrom
Walter C. Swanson
Mrs. Estelle Sweetland
Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Thomas
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H. D. Thorsen
Herbert E. Timm
Albert E. Toenjes
Francis M. Tompkins
A. W. Treichel
Frank J. Turi
M. D. Tyson
Florian J. Ubel
W. L. Ulvin
Mrs. Katherine Urban
Mr. and Mrs. Dale F. Van DeWalker
Mr. and Mrs. Tom VanZanden
Mrs. Evelyn Vasterling
Mr. and Mrs.
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Thomas H. Wall
George B. Waterman
E. H. Wetherbee
Leonard L. Wiles
George T. Woldt
Raymond S. Wolf
The Open Doors
ur Communitgfs Churches
Within Murray's district are churches of several denominations where young people are
always welcome. The facilities for social and recreational pursuits are provided by the churches
as well as are the spiritual needs of the citizens of the community.
Como Park Lutheran Church
1547 Sheldon at Hoyt Avenue
Reverend 0. E. Schmidt, Pastor
Corpus Christi Church
1449 North Cleveland Avenue
Reverend Paul A. Colbert, Pastor
St. Anthony Park
2129 Commonwealth Avenue
Reverend Edwin C. Johnson,
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Holy Childhood Church
Pascal and Midway Parkway
Reverend John Buchannan,
St. Anthony Park
2200 Hillside Avenue
Dr. E. Clayton Burgess, Pastor
Emmaus Lutheran Church
1074 West Idaho Avenue
Reverend Vernon Koeper, Pastor
St. Anthony Park
2323 Como Avenue
Reverend Alvin G. Lewis, Pastor
Agnew, Ethel 38
Addison, Bill 35, 81
Barnes, Betsy 38
Berg, Louise 38
Bergup, George 37
Bloom, Clara 38
Bollinger, Samuel 38
Broderick, Bernard 25, 28, 29, 36
Darche, Marie 37
Datko, Edward 35, 67
Duffy, Dona Lou 35
Ellsworth, Margaretta 34
Fertig, Virginia 34
Fisker, Anne 37
Fleming, Marion 35
Fritsche, Patricia 31, 37, 69
Fulmek, Clarence 29, 36
Abel, Owen 63
Abler, Peter 25, 60
Abraham, Jeanne 54, 55, 76, 86, 94
Addis, Brian 60
Addis, Carol 40, 68, 74
Addis, Roger 63
Alexander, James 40, 89, 97
Alexander, Richard 20, 23, 56
Alm, Gary 19, 22
Glenn, Margaret 35
Gratz, Marion 35
Healy, Mary 35
Helseth, Valborg 37
Heron, Alexander 37, 98, 100
Johnson, Vivian 35
Lindberg, Donald 36, 97
Mather, John 34
McGeever, Helen 37, 87
Miller, Walter 38
Newquist, Lenora 38
Olds, Doris 37
Palmer, James 34, 68
Paschke, Margaret 36
Pearson, John 35, 37,
Pederson, Louise 36
Petersen, Vernon 21, 27, 37
Pose, Eugene 37
Austad, Susan 62
Aydt, Janice 62, 63
Babcook, Thomas 62
Bache, Ralph 62
Bache, William 55
Bacon, Richard 62
Bacon, Robert 20
Bairel, David 40
Baker, Carole 40
Baker, Judith 57, 98
Allen, Arley 57
Allen, Karen 58
Allen, Robert 60
Allen, Roger 40
Allen Ronald 40
Allman, Karen 60
Allred, Diane 40, 69
Allred, Marcia 58, 93
Allred, Richard 62
Alwin Donald 55
Alwin, William 28, 58, 81
Amunrud, Gary 62, 99
Andersen, Emily 61
Andersen, Julian 22, 28, 40, 76, 77, 91
Anderson, Bruce 93
Anderson, Dianne 40, 69, 94
Anderson Gary 19, 54
Anderson, James 53
Anderson, John 20, 59
Anderson Karen A. 30, 53, 79, 94
Anderson Karen Jean 40
Anderson Marlys 61
Anderson, Raymond 61
Anderson, Richard 53
Anderson, Thomas 19, 21, 40, 77, 89
Anderson, Wayne 63
Anker, Carol 30, 53, 67, 78, 98
Annunziata, William 54
Appel, Sandra 57
Arhart, Gary 27, 28
Arneman, John 62
Arnold, Ivan 55
Atkins, Robin 20, 40, 76, 77
Atkins, Thomas 29, 53, 76, 89
Auld, Kenneth 63
Auld, Nancy 58
Aus, Evangeline 26, 60, 80
Aus, Peter 18, 19, 24, 25, 28, 40, 89
Bantle, Janet 43
Barnum, Kathleen 30, 40, 74,
Barrick, Kathleen 59, 80
Barrick, William 63
Barsch, Janet 55
Barsch, Rosalind 62
Barthold, Carole 58, 81, 82
Barthold, David 62, 99
Barthold, Diane 62, 99
Bates, John 61, 99
Bauer, John 20, 25, 57
Bauer, Mark 62
Baukol, Kathleen 60, 80
Bauman, Gary 58
Beattie, James 40, 77, 82
Bzckjorden, Julie 55, 84
Benjamin, Albert 97
Benson, Janice 40, 52, 90
Berg, Susanne 56
Berge, Carole 40, 86, 91
Berge, Coral 62
Berger, Susan 55
Quinn, Bernard 37
Ritter, Robert 19, 23, 28, 36, 89
Rogers, Charles 34
Rose, George 20, 22, 34
Rossini, Reno 19, 36, 79
Rykman, Charles 38
Simmelink, Donald 34
Smith, Louise 36
Smith, Lucile 36
Steelsmith, Eleanor 37
Tripp, Leslie 34, 68, 101
Trost, Ruth 38
Urbanski, Sabina 38
Vest, Florence 35
Weiss, Ann 35
Wilke, Esther 38
Woldt, Mary 38
Boyle, Katherine 61
Boyle, Patricia 56, 76, 81
Braa, Virginia 57
Bradford, Carol 61
Brandt, Martin 63
Brandt, Richard 61
Brasted. Barclay 25, 58, 80
Brasted, Mary 56, 76, 81
Briggs, Marilyn 53, 87, 93
Brink, Nancy 41, 86, 87, 101
Britain, James 57, 93
Broderick, Catherine 56, 98
Broderick, Michael 63, 99
Broderick, Patrick 61, 71
Brohaugh, Roy 63
Brohaugh, Steven 28, 41, 84
Brooks, Jeffrey 63
Brown, Bonnie 53, 78, 79, 81, 87
Brown, Janice 61
Brown, Katherine 56, 98
Brown. Kenneth 58
Brown, Susan 62
Bruce, Norma Jean 56
Budde, Nancy 55
Budde, Robert 19, 21, 22, 41,
Bergmann, Michael 27, 28, 57, 98
Bergstrom, Deborah 30, 53, 54, 78, 98
Bernard, David 53
Bernard, Gary 63
Bernard, S. James 40
Bever, Marilyn 53
Bever, Jeffrey 19, 25
Biedler, Gloria 56, 57
Biedler, Lois 41
Biedler, Willard 60
Blade, Robert 41
Blume, Gary 20, 58
Boland, Dorothy 60, 98
Bone, Richard 63, 99
Bone, Victoria 56, 79
Borgeson, Victor 56, 76
Buck, James 61
Bunting, William 63
Burnham, Jeffrey 28, 54, 67, 98
Busch, Evelyn 55, 76, 80
Byrne, Kathleen 41, 52, 69
Byrne, Mary 53, 80
Cadwell, Betty 55, 79
Caldwell, Elaine 53, 71, 76
Caldwell, Kenneth 62, 101
Calvert, Karen 30, 39, 41, 72,
Campbell, Elizabeth 41, 91
Campbell, John 25, 53
Cannons, Jeanne 58, 79, 87
Cariveau, David 55
Carlson, Donald 28, 53
Carlson, Judith 56, 86, 93, 110
Carlson, Keith 20, 25, 58
Carlson, Richard 27, 56
Cecchi, Anna 56
Cecchi, Delbert 61
Cerny, Ann 55, 57, 76, 80
David 27, 29, 41, 97
Cerny, Mary 63
Chambers, Jenny 61
Champagne, JoAnn 63
Cheney, Barbara 59
Cheney, Dennis 62
Cheney, Karen 58
Christensen, Catherine 55
Christensen, Jane 93
Christensen Melanie 41, 66, 93
Christian, Michael 20, 60
Christianson, Carol 63
Christianson, Michael 59
Christianson, Susan 58
Cisewski, James 53
Clarke, Charlotte 59, 93
Clemen, Donald 41
Clemen, Richard 20, 23, 57
Coffman, Joan 60
Coffman, Hugh 63
Comstock, Barbara 62, 99
Comstock, Pamela 31, 60, 81, 98
Comstock, Verne 19, 29, 41, 74, 76,
Condie, Kimberly 61
Cook, James 55
Cooney, Mary 56, 57
Corley, Faith 63
Cownie, Phyllis 53, 87
Cravath, Sharon 30, 53, 94
Crawford, Bryce 41, 86, 87
Crommett, Gale 28, 41
Curtiss, Leslie 62, 63
Cutkomp, Kay 58, 79, 93
Cutkomp, Terry 63
Eddy, Kay 57
Eid, Kathryn 61
Eid, Pauline 63
Ellingson, Sherman 55
Elliott, Cheryl Lynne 61
Elliott, Julianne 55
Elliott, Merrilly 42, 69
Enerson, Elwood 61, 99
Enerson, Joan 60, 80
Engle, Douglas 42
England, Anthony 42
Englund, Constance 63
Englund, Terry 57
Engebretson, William 18, 19, 21, 22
Erickson, Jerilyn 60
Erickson, Karen 61, 99
Erickson, Richard 23, 58, 98
Erickson, Sherman 25, 58
Erickson Thomas 42
Estee, Barbara 62
Dahlen, Lynne 53, 79
Dailey, Paul 61
Dainty, Robert 19, 53
Evans, Betty Ann 59
Evans, Edward 53
Evans, Thomas 59
Ewy, Wayne 27, 28, 29
Fahsl, Meridel 42, 90
Fardig, Paul 62
Fehrman, Gary 25, 28, 58
Fehrman, Jack 42
Fishbeck, Jacqueline 42, 84
Fletcher, Kenneth 61
Forbes, William 23, 57
Formo, Paul 61, 62, 99
Formo, Sharon 59
Foster, Richard 18, 19, 25, 28, 67
76, 89, 96
Franta, William 42, 90, 95
Frauenshuh, David 19, 25, 57
Davies, John 62
Davies, Larry 55
Davies, Thomas 21, 27, 55, 67, 80
Ruth 30, 55, 98
Freeman, James 22, 28, 53, 81
Freeman, Joan 62
Davis, William 24, 25, 26, 28, 53
Delger, Mary 57, 79, 81
Dettle, Diane 41, 70
Dettmers, Monika 100
Detviler, John 20, 60
Deutsch, Carolyn 41, 91
Deutsch, Jack 20, 23, 60
DeWitt, Katherine 61
Dexter, John 20, 25, 58, 71., 82
Dexter, Sandra 30, 55, 78, 79, 87
Diaz, Gloria 61, 62
Diaz, Joel 63, 96
Diesslin, Warren 28, 41, 72
Diesslin, Wayne 19, 42
Diffendorfer, Joyce 42, 75, 86
Dixon, Adeena 42, 69
Dockerty, Bonnie 42
Dokka, Joann 42
Dose, Jan 42, 72
Douglas, Waldren CJayJ 42
Dow, James 58
Dow, John 61
Dow, Susan 54, 76, 78, 94
Drinnen, Sharon 42
Duncan, John 24, 25, 28,55
Duncan, Kathleen 58
Durant, Bruce 58, 98
Durant, Darlene 58
Dusosky, Sandra 42
Ecker, David 42
Ed, John 63
Ed, Kayleen Marie 61, 99
Freier, Carole 53, 93
Freier, David 58
Fries, DuWayne 54
Friesen, Jeanette 54, 80
Frost, Elizabeth 58, 71, 80, 98
Frost, James 27, 55, 76, 89
Frost, Naomi 53, 81
Fuller, Landon 58
Gabeau, James 43
Gadler, Timothy 58
Gallagher, Jean 63
Gammel, Harold 20, 60
Gammel, Raymond 62
Gammel, Roger 19, 43
Gardner, Thomas 57, 97
Garling, Nancy 53, 86
Garsch, Steven 63
Gayman, Gayl 58, 78, 82, 98
Gayman, Walter 63, 67
Geis, Richard 19, 27, 53
Geiseke, Judith 43, 68, 69
Gilje, Jane 59, 81
Gisvold, Nancy 60
Givans, Sharyll 55, 86
Giving, Greta 30, 43, sz, 84, 85, 37,
Giving, Ingrid 57, 87
Gjertson, Richard 29, 72, 87, 89
Glaim, Arlan 57
Gobar, Bruce 54
Gonda, James 43
Good, Thomas 63
Gower, Linda 30, 43, 68, 79
Gianovsky, Theodore 60
Grayden, Larry 53
Grecco, Cheryl 58, 80, 87
Gredvig, Annette 30, 53, 78, 98
Gredvig, Lois 59 '
Gregory, Brian 60
Gregory, Michael 55, 87
Griffin, Robert 19, 22, 54, 55
Groncrt. David 60
Groneit, Sandra 55
Haaland, Jon 62
Haff, Fred 19, 43
Haif, Guy 20, 57
Hagen, David 62, 99
Hagen, Elsie 63
Hagen, Margaret 63
Hager, Phillip 19, 27, 29, 54
Hager, Priscilla 71, 82
Hahnen, Richard 62, 102
Hakensen, .Jane 53
Hall, Marcia 61
Hallen, David 55, 81
Halstead, l.enora 39, 43
Halvorsen, Michael 62
Halvorsen, Patrick 56, 98
Halvorson, Gretchen 62, 99
Halvorson, Richard 27, 53
Hansen, Marilyn 60
Hansen, Robert 27, 28, 43, 95
Hansen, Trygg 20, 25, 60, 80
Harding, Walter 43
Hartwick, Ann 59, 80
Hartwick, Kathryn 62
Hartwick, Stephen 20, 23, 57
Hasse, Crystal 53
Hasse, Larry 60
Haugen, Mary 60, 99
Haugen, Sigurd 58
Hawkinson, Glenn 55
Hayes, Bernard 20, 60
Hayes, John 43
Hayes, Lonna 43, 70
Hays, Christine 43
Hays, Dennis 60, 99
Hebbel, Robert 62, 99
Heflin, Glenda 43, 98
Heinn, Gerald 53
Hella, Jeanne 43, 82, 92
Hellickson, John 27, 54
Hemmeter, John 43
Hemming, Sandra 55, 57
Henderson, Barbara 60
Hendrickson, Carol 58, 93, 98
Hennessy, Donna 56, 57, 79
Hermes, Donna 53
Heron, Alexandra 99
Heron, Elizabeth 60, 99
Hershenson, Nahman 43
Hillstrom, Linda 56, 79, 86
Hinz, Richard 55, 98
Hoff, Susan 43, 94
Hoffman. Diane 62, 86, 100
Hokanson, Mary 63
Holt, Emili 39, 44, 66, 84
Holt, Ronald 54
Hopp, Caroline 56, 93, 98
Hosking, Barbara 54, 76, 78
l-losking, L. Richard 29, 44, 72, 9
Hcsking, William 20, 25
Huemoeller, Regina 62, 99
Huesman, Gary 44
Hughes, Geraldine 44, 86, 106
Jennings, Thomas 55
Hughes, James 19, 21, 27, 53, 81, 89
Hult, Stephen 60
Humphreys, Richard 21
Hunt, Holly 44, 75, 76, 84
Hunt, Judith 55, 76, 98
Hunt, Susan 56, 88
Hunting, Rodger 44
Hutton, Mary Ann 55
lmbertson, Mary 62
lsakson, Eugene 44, 72, 97
Jack, Aileene 44, 72, 81, 91
Jack, Susan 57, 79, 93
Jahnke, Judith 39, 44, 93
Jannett, James 19, 20, 21, 22,
70, 82, 89
Jarosch, Edward 28, 39, 44, 72, 82, 106
Knippenberg, Lorayne 57, 98
Knudson, Bonnie 59, 60, 93
Knuth, Bruce 45
Knutson, David 53
Knutson, Jean 63
Koep, Judith 56
Koep, Thomas 25, 58
Koeper, Charlotte 63, 96
Koeper, Kenneth 58
Kohout, Robert 45, 97
Kohout, William 54
Krastins, Uldis 58
Krause, Douglas 24, 25, 28, 29 45,
70, 85, 89
Krause, Nancy 60, 96, 99
Kruger, Gerald 63
Kruskopf, Joan 58
Kuhn, Ronald 27, 55, 81
Kujawa, Diane 61
Judith 44, 46
Randina 60, 80
Raymond 23, 28, 58, 98
Sandra 58, 88
Johnsdn, Alberta 44, 76, ss, 94
Kujawa, Patricia 53
Kulvich, Mary 53, 84
Kurz, Frederick 28, 53, 89
Kurz, Margaret 56, 81
Kwong, Gary 58
Kwong, Roger 62, 99
LaFond, Karen 57, 80
Beth 57, 93, 98
Carol 53, 98
Johnson, Gudrun 44, 79, 86
Johnson, Helen 60
Johnson, Jacqueline 44, 87
Johnson, James 60, 99
Johnson, Jeanne 62
Johnson, Joyce 62
Johnson, Judith 30, 44, 86, 88
Johnson, Karen 30, 44, 75, 78, 85,
86, 87. 100
Johnson, Kathleen 58, 80, 98
Johnson, Kathryn 45, 98
Kevin 56, 87
Lampher, Robert 57
Landis, John 21, 56
Larkin, Richard 62
Larson Donna 63
Larson Jan 53, 94
Larson, James 62
Larson, JoAnne 53
Larson John 60 101
Lauerer, Betty 30, 45, 76, 98
Lauerer, Joan 57, 80
Lawrence, Marion 45, 93, 10
Lebens, Joseph 45
LeClair, Cheri 58
LeClair, Janet 58
Lee, Karen 58, 78, 98
Lee, Lynnae 93
Leith, James 55, 87
Lembke, Barbara 60, 71, 81, 82
Johnson, Kirb 63
Johnson, Leon tLeel 45
Johnson, Linda L. 57, 76, 81
Johnson, Lynda C. 93
Johnson, Mona 58
Johnson Mike 24, 25, 26, 28, 45, 52,
Johnson, Robert 58
Johnson, Roger 58
Johnson, Sarah 45, 72, 76, 77, 90
Johnson, Stephen 63
Johnson, Susan 30, 54, 67, 79, 86
Johnston, Linda 60
Josephson, Renee 56
Joy, Ardith 61
Juhl, James 45, 52
Kaada, Ama 60
Kampa, Joan 59, 81
Karner, Joan 56, 93
Kaufert, Joseph 27, 28, 29, 53, 81
Keller, Marlene 45
Kelsey, Judith 45, 76, 77, 86, 87, 91
Kenny, JoAnn 31, 60, 80
Kerl, Barbara 58, 98
Kilau, James 53
King, Carolyn 45, 76, 79, 86
Kirby, Arthur 19, 53
Kloek, Linda 62
Knippenhcrg, Joan 30, 45, 69, 76, 98
Lembke, Jean 56, 98
Leppla, Roger 27, 45, 89
Lewis, James 53
Lexcen, Allen 60
Lieder, Carolyn 55
Lieder, Ronald 28, 60
Lien, Richard 28,,29, 53, 89, 104
Liepitz, Gerald 45, 98, 99, 100
Lind, Jill 62
Lindgren, Robert 21, 45, 76
Lindgren, Susan 60
Lindorfer, Laura 56
Lindquist, Wayne 55
Lindstrom, Dianne 30, 46, 75
Lippert, Leander 60
Loney, Gerald 20, 59
Ludwig, Delores 30, 55, 98
Lueck, Anthony 56
Luke, Carol 46, 66, 68, 72
Lundgren, Louann 54
Lundgren, Robert 56
Maas, Virginia 57, 93, 98
MacDonald, James 46
MacDonald, Susan 80
MacKenzie, Charles 20, 58
Madigan, Margaret 31, 46, 52, 75,
Magnuson, Alice 62, 99, 102
Malmberg, Lyle 28, 55, 76, 93
Manke, Marcia 56
Mantis, John 19, 54, 76
Mantis, William 20, 25, 58, so, sz
Manus, Penny 53
Margette, Patricia 58, 80
Marsh, Daniel 23, 58
Martz, Karen 30, 46, 66, 68, 74
Mattson, Eric 56, 87
Mayer, David 20, 23, 58
Mayer, William 46, 76, 77
Mayers, Judith 46, 102
Mazzitello, Thomas 46
Mazzitello, Susan 53
McCall, Mary 55
McCrackin, Russell 62, 99
McCulley, Anne 57, 86, 93
McDiarmid, Anne 46, 85, 91
McDiarmid, Mary 62
McGraw, Rosemary 58
McKay, Carolyn 53, 76, 91, 100
McKay, Kathleen 63, 99
McKi1lips, Linda 57, 86
McLaughlin, Barbara 46, 75, 86
McLean, Janet 57, 79
McLean, Linda 46
McLean, Sharon 58, 98
Melcher, Harvey 28
Melcher, Thomas 62
Mellinger, Jeffery 46
Melrose, Jane 30, 46, 84, 91, 92
Merrell, Edward 62
Merrill, JoAnn 56
Mettler, David 61
Meyer, Gloria 46, 102
Meyer, Robert 20, 57
Middleton, Stephen 86, 87
Miesen, Alida 57, 86
Miesen, Patil 19, 21, 55, 81, 89
Milburn. Melody 60
Miller, Marilyn 55
Miller, Mary 62, 99
Miller, Thomas 55, 98
Mitchell. William 62
Mixon, Timothy 62, 99
Moberg, Betty Lou 55, 79
Monahan, Robert 46
Montgomery, Joan 55
Morlock, Paul 56, 76
Moor, Jay 46. 76, 89, 100
Moor, Victoria 58, 81
Muellner, Donald 21, 55
Mullin, Margaret 62
Munson, Stephen 56
Murawski. Richard 46
Murawski, Robert 46, 52, 76, 98
Murfin, Marilyn 58, 81
Murray, Adair 53, 94
Nadeau, Sandra 39, 47, 66, 82
Nason, Mary 63
Nelson, Barbara 57, 70, 79, 80, 81
Nelson, David 47
Nelson, Geraldine 58
Nelson, James 60, 101
Nelson, Joan 30, 47, 72, 73, 78, 91
Nelson, Joyce 54
Nelson, Karen 47, 74
Nelson, Michael 62
Nelson, Patricia 62
Nelson, Patrick 59, 62
Nelson, Renee 47, 79, 87
Richard 29, 47, 89
Robert 25, 28, 53, 72, 80,81
Stephen 28, 58
, Terry 47
Neubeck, Eva Janet 60
Neubrand, Marilyn 60
Neubrand, Paul 54, 98
Jack 27, 28, 55
Nicholsj James 27, 59
Nielsen, Kathleen 60, 93, 98
Nielsen Wayne 47 97
Niemczyk, Gary 29, 47
Poltin, Lois 53
Pooler, Sharon 48, 69, 74
Pomeroy, Catherine 60, 93, 96
Pomeroy, Margaret 62, 63
Pomeroy, Sherwood 25, 28, 53
Potter, Marcia 53, 87
Pranke, Daniel 59
Preda, John 28, 29, 48, 52, 89
Nicmczyk, Nancy 53, 67, 72
Niemela, Linda 57, 79
Niemela, Ronald 21, 53
Nightingale, Charles 60
Nissen, Thorkild 47, 76, 92
Nixon, Rosemary 60
Noble, David 60
Nora, Lawrence 56
Nordstrom, Eileen 56
Novak, Roger 21, 56
Nystrom, Nancy 47, 74
Oakins, Gary 19, 27, 28, 47, 66, 89
O'Brien, Erin 57
O'Brien, Kathleen 47, 76
Odcgaard, Janet 60
Quale, Frank 63
Quam, Shari 58, 78
Quam, Thomas 48
Quammen, Margaret 48
Quammen, Roger 28, ,
Raab, Catherine 63
Raudenhush, Paul 62
Ratliff, John 55
Razskazoff, Donald 25, 28, 53,
Razskazoff, Merideth 62
Reiter, Dorothy 48, 84, 92, 93
Reiter, John 55
Repke, Dennis 48
Reutler, Jeannine 58, 79
Bruce Clifford 25, 28
Olson, Bruce Gaylon 53
Olson, Diane 58, 80, 87
Olson, Karen 47, 69
Olson, Linda 58
Olson, Roger 22, 28, 29, 47, 89
Olson, Sandra 60, 98
O'Ncill, Philip 47, 92
O'Malley, Stephen 53
Orf, Earl 28, 29, 53, 89
Otto, .lay 63, 96
Otto, Jerald 28, 55
Otto, Jeffrey 25, 58, 80, 81
Owens, Judith 53. 87
Page, Christopher 29, 53, 76, 89
Page, Gregory 20, 25, 60, 80
Pankonin, 'Bruce 27, 54, 81
Pankonin, Janet 62
Paquette, Carole 57, 87
Parker, Marvelle 47
Paskewitz, Daniel 53, 67, 76, 91, 93
Paskewitz, Joan 60
Patolie, John 53
Paul, Linda 30, 47, 87, 90
Paulson, Altin 25, 28, 53
Paulson, Janet 60
Paulson, Terrence 58
Pautz, Donald 19, 27, 56, 80
Pearson, James 19, 22, 23, 28, 48, 75,
82, 89, 98, 99, 100
Pearson, Michael 19, 21, 22, 53
Pearson, Roger 22, 28, 29, 48, 52, 89
Pederson, Jerald 48, 52, 74, 76, 95
Pederson, Sharon 55
Perlieh, James 61
Perlich, Jean 62, 99
Perlieh, Mary 53
Peltier, William 55
Rice, Barbara 58, 98
Rice, Gregory 48
Richards, Steven 62
Risbrudt, Douglas 59
Risbrudt, John 20, 56
Rogness, Peter 20, 23, 59, 80
Rohleder, Jeanne 48, 85, 90
Rosecrans, Charles 19, 27, 28, 53 54,
Rostvit, Lowell 61
Rostvit, Nadette 53
Roth, Dianne 61
Rozcnberg, Linda 62
Ruddy, Rosemary 55
Rudie, James 27, 48, 82, 87
Rudolf, Carolyn 30, 48, 75, 85
Rundquist, Jeanne 30, 31, 48, 69, 98
Rupp, Victoria 58, 80
Rutford, Kenneth 55
Rutoski, Ronald 49
Rygg, Thomas 49, 52, 86
Saint Germain, David 62
Salmon, Betty 60
Salmon, Diane -54
Sand, Carole 62
Sand, Linnea 62
Sands, Karen 61
Scholz, Jacqueline 55
Scholz Joanne 58, 96
Schreifels, Barbara 58, 87
Sehreifels, Larry 62, 100
Schreifels, Mary Ann 53, 67, 78, 79
Schroeder, Karen 58
Schroeder, Patricia 49, 84, 87, 91, 94,
Scroeder, Susan 63
Schultz, Ward 49
Schulze, Curtis 53
Selbin, Susan 53, 67, 71, 76, 94
Senncseth, Duane 49
Sergot, Thomas 24, 25, 26, 49, 75,
Shalles, Wayne 55
Sherman, Rebekah 61
Shoflfner, Jane 61
Shoffner, Kirk 27, 55, 76, 89
Shoffner, Sonya 62, 100
Shulstad, Christine 63
Shulstad, Robert 58
Sievers, Warren 49
Simon, Charles 61
Simons, Sharon 49, 86, 87, 91
Simpson, Dennis 49
Skinaway, Darlene 61
Skildum, Janice 61
Skovholt, Thomas 19, 21, 22,
Skundberg, Donald 98
Slettom, Mary Jo 58, 59, 80, 82
Slettom, William 62, 67, 99
Smith, Curtis 19, 25, 26, 49, 72, 97
Smith, Donald 25, 29, 53
Smith, Gena 57, 93
Smith, Jeanine 57, 93
Smith, Margery 49, 91
Smith, Michael 61
Smith, Susan 60, 80
Smits, Valdis 60, 71
Snodgrass, John 19, 29, 53, 86
Snyder, Mary 49, 74, 82
Soderlund, Karen 53
Solstad, Mary 61
Souther, Sally 55, 57, 76, 81
Spandau, Sylvia 62
Spandau, Werner 21, 27, 55, 89
Sperbeck, Anthony 57
Spooner, Constance 50, 84, 98,
Spooner, Roger 22, 28, 55
Starck, Delores 58
Sandberg, Richard 56
Sandberg, Shirley 58
Sandgren, Sharon 56, 87
Sandgren, Sherman 58
Sandquist Carolyn 55, 76, 81
Judith 49, 69, 87, 94
Sanford, Judith 30, 31, 49, 74, 79, 82
Sanford, Mary 31, 49, 76, 77, 90
Sargent, James ,63
Sargent, Larry 21, 57
Sater, Katherine 63
, Carole 53
Petersen Leilani 55, 86
Petersen, Michael 58
Peterson, Karen 30, 48, 88
Peterson, Lois 63
Peterson, Mary 30, 31, 48, 88
Peterson, Michael 63
Peterson Nancy Kay 63
Pietsch, David 29, 53, 81, 89
Pitts, Byran 53
Pitts, Roger 25, 60
Satersmoen, James 57
Sautter, Marjorie 58
Schaff, Joseph 57, 87
Sehaffner, Sandra 49, 79, 90
Scherbert, Jack 61, 99
Scherbert, Jeanne 62, 63, 67, 99
Schmidt, Eugene 61, 99
Schmidt, Raymond 58, 98
Schmugge, Jon 27, 53, 93
Schmugge, Linda 49
Schneider, Nicholas 55
Schoeller, John 19, 27, 28, 49, 70, 75,
Stathas, William 56
Steen, David 21, 58, 89
Stein, Kerry 63
Steinle, Donald 19, 21, 22, 53, 86,
Stelmack, Vaughn 50
Stephenson, Judith 62
Stevenson, Bernadine 56
Stiff, Eva Jane 53, 71, 79, 81, 86
Stoskopf, Mary 53
Stougaard, Marcia 50, 76, 95
Stougaard, Marie 50, 74, 76, 95
Strandquist, Robert 58
Strane, Star 63
Strenglis, Kathryn 53, 72, 76,
Stromberg, James 58
Sullivan, Michael 27, 58, 82
Sullivan, Thomas 54
Sundquist, Lawrence 60
Sundstrom, Dennis 50
Sundstrom, Kathleen 56, 73, 93
Swanson Gerald 27, 39, 50, 72, 97
Swanson, John 58, 76, 98
Swanson, Margaret 62
Swanson Ronald 62, 99
Russel 21 27 56 76 77 89
Sweet, John 62, 99
Sweet, Judith 31, 56
Sweetland, Lynn 57
Sweetland, Stephen 19, 21, 50, 89
Swensgard, Delores 62
Swinton, Yvonne 60
Syrdal, Fred 22, 54, 76
Talbott, Richard 53, 76
Talbott, Susan 59, 80
Teig. Linda 54, 81
Tellander, Dennis 27, 56
Thistle, Sharon 60, 67
Thoennes, Kathleen 57, 93
Thomas, Nancy 30, 31, 50, 70, 90, 95
Thompson, Beverly 55, 76, 77, 80, 81
Thompson, Mark 20, 25, 59, 80, 82
Thorsen, Carole 50, 87, 92, 93
Thorstenson, Sally 53, 70, 71, 76, 81
Thorstenson, Thomas 23, 60, 80, 82
Throngard, Curtis 50, 76
Throngard, Michael 61
Thurow, Allyn 57, 76
Thurow, Priscilla 61, 99
Tiedeman, Dorothy 50, 52
Tiedeman, Janet 31, 54, 55, 72, 79, 81
Timm, Jane 54, 98
Timm, Joan 50, 68, 79, 91, 102
Timm, Richard 53, 96
Tompkins, Lorraine 50, 75, 93
Torgersen, Daniel 27, 57, 75
Tousley, Sandra 55, 98
Trammell, Patricia 61
Trapp, Dorothy 30, 55, 67, 78, 98, 81
Treichel, Gerald 25, 26, 28, 50, 89
Treichel, Judith 30, 54, 55, 67,
Trower, Nancy 61
Truen, Sandra 61
Tschida, Donald 25, 55
Tselos, Susan 63, 67
Tuff, Susan 63, 67
Tunell, Stephen 56
Turi, Edward 19, 25, 28, 50,89
Turnquist, Barbara 62, 102
Tyson, Constance 30, 50, 74, 95
Tyson, Daniel 55, 81
Ubel, erry 50
Ulvin, Beverly 50, 72
Ulvin, Richard 93
Uram, Diane 30, 31, 51, 90
Urban, John 51
Van DeWalker, Dean 28, 51
Vasterling, Terrence 24, 25, 26, 28
VanZanden, Gretchen 30, 51, 84, 88
VanZanden, Susan 56, 70, 72
vonmef, John 19, 22, 28, 55, 67,
Vong, Martha 54, 78, 79
Vong, Mildred 62
Wachholz, Karen 60
Wagener, Joann 58, 98
Wagener, Kurt 53
Wagner, Suzanne 55, 86
Wall, Ann 58, 80, 98
Wall, Heather 30, 31, 51, 78, 98
Wallrich, Jack 63,
Walls, Thomas 53
Wandmacher, Frank 29, 51, 89
Wandmacher, Gary 20, 23, 57
Warner, James 59
Warner, Raymond 53
Waterman. Carol 51, 70, 75
Waterman, Paul 20, 23, 56, 98
Watson, Catherine 54, 76
Watson, William 61, 62, 99
Webber, Shirley 55, 86
Weber, Daniel 51
Weber, Edward 61
Weber, Gerald 62, 96
Weihrauch, Michael 19, 20, 22, 54, 55
Werner, Nancy 60, 98
Wetherbee, Craig 19, 28, 51, 89
White, Mary 31, 53, 76, 79
Wiger Ann 51, 84
Wiger, Lillian 60
Wilberding, Judith 51, 69
Wiles, Richard 19, 51, 66, 75
Wilke, Barbara 55, 79, 80, 81
Willard, George 56
William, Keith 63
Wilson, Jeanne 58
Wirtz, Frank 53
Wirtz, George 56
Wirtz, Rosemary 62
Woldt, Willis 51, 87
Wolens, Richard 58
Wolf, Margaret 60, 98
Wolf, John, 21, 28, 51, 76, 89
Woodbury, Cheryl 62
Wooding, Mary 57
Woods, Robert 53
Yackel, Dale 63
Yackel, Douglas 62
Yackel, Robert 60
Zalk, Robert 19, 23, 57
Zellner, John 20, 25, 59, 82
Zentic, Carolyn 51, 101
And This Is Murray In The Saintly City
We have had the "Time of Our Lives" working and playing together this year. For us, planning and preparing
this book has been a rewarding experience. It has given us an opportunity to know many people and to realize how
much it means to have the line cooperation of the faculty and our fellow students.
To our advertisers, to our official photographer, Golling Studio, to Brown Engravers. Inc., to North Central
Publishing Company, and to N.S.P.A. we give a big thank you for help and advice.
Mary Snyder .... ....,. C o-Editors
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Verne Comstock . .. ..., Assistant Business Manager
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