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

 - Class of 1961

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Filling out a program card, with assistance from Mr. James Palmer, is Christiane Jeanneret, exchange student from Switzerlandfl Murray's AFS student to Germany, Joseph Kaufert, is looking on. To Passport Passing Through The Year: Classes.....................6-41 Sightseeing Along The Way: School Life And Activities...42-81 Attending Murray's Olympics: S ports .................. 82-1 01 QSING QV' KQV- o ual, THQ wv V- Faculty ls Travel Bureau Taking time out from immediate school business, Mr. Donald Simmelink, assistant principal, and Mr. Leslie E. Tripp, principal, talk over future plans for Murray's new addition. Mr. Tripp has been an administrator at Murray for the past eight years-always striving for an achieving the highest of goals. With patient and understanding disci- pline, Mr. Sirnmelinlc deals with students' problems, keeping their best mind. interests in Future occupations of students are a major concern of all the faculty, but espe- cially the counselors, who are continually advising students on college preparatory classes and job -opportunities. "You name it, we have it!" Miss Marion Gratz, librarian, seems to be saying in reference to the occupation file. Counsel- ors, Mr. James Palmer and Miss Gladys Rose, together with visiting teacher, Miss Doris Olds find the file contains helpful, current information on almost every pos- sible occupation. English teachers, Mrs. Helen McGeever, Miss Florence Vest, Mr. Edward Datko, Mrs. Dona Dufty, Miss Mary Healy, Mr. John Lape, and social studies instructor, Miss Margaretta Ellsworth bring to life the world of books. Through penetrating study, the field of literature gives students a valuable insight into foreign cultures. l l l l Gathered around a globe, these history teachers discuss world affairs. ln the individual social studies classes, time is given for group discussion on current events. From left to right are Mr. .lohn Mather, Miss Virginia Fertig, Mr. George Rose, Mr. Charles Rogers, Mr. Bernard Quinn, and Mr, Alexander Heron. Guiding Students' Destinies Foreign language instruct-ors, Mr. Bill Addison, Latin, Mrs. Mary Burks, Spanish, and Mrs. Nancy Peterson, German, are discussing their respective languages. Having formerly taught out of state, this is Mrs. Burks and Mrs. Peterson's first year at Murray. As a further enrichment program, Mr. Ad- dison has excelleraied a portion of his second year Latin students. They are receiv- ing the equivalent of second and third year Latin in one year. Comparing the results of students' phy- sical fitness tests are Mr. Vernon Petersen and Mrs. Patricia Fritsche, physical educa- tion instructors. Mr. John Pearson seems to be a bit doubtful about a recorded achieve- ment. Mrs. Fritsche looks to Mr. Petersen for support in verification. Mr, Pearson, although a science teacher, has a special interest in Murray's physical education status. During the winter season, Mrs. Fritsche's and Mr. Petersen's classes alternate days in the gymnasium and study hall. ig l Because mathematics is the language of science, it is necessary for these teachers to keep up with scientific ad- vances. Slowing down from this demanding task, Mr. Lloyd Marengo, physics instructor, and mathematics teachers, Mr. Bernard Broderick, Miss Louise Smith, Miss Louise Pederson, Mr. Clarence Fulmek, and Miss Margaret Paschke calculate money exchanges. Urging Minds To New Areas Doubtfully listening to Mr. Reno Rossini as he relates his famous lecture on the probability of life and flying saucers in outer space are Mrs. Lucille Smith, Mr. Robert Ritter, and Mr. Eugene Pose. Included in Mr. Ritter's biology curriculum is the collection and classification -of insects and leaves. Valuable manual training is taught by Mr. Pose in his metal and wood shop classes. Laboratory experiments are part of Mrs. Smith's and Mr. Rossini's chemistry course. l to Foreign art obiects create an interesting conversation for Mrs. Anne Fisker, Miss Val- bourg l-lelseth, Miss Eleanor Steelsmith, and Miss Marie Darche. The secretarial department is headed by Miss Helseth and Miss Steelsmith, who both teach secretarial courses. Heading the art department is Miss Darche, vvho teaches a wide variety of phases of art vvork. Mrs. Fisker manages the home economics department and teaches a course in social family problems. Staffs Serve Needs Cf All Eagerly anticipating their day's work are custodian engineers Mr. Marvin House and Mr. Charles Ryckman, and custodians Mr. Ernest Anderson and Mr. William Anderson. Since the maintenance statt was cut by twenty-eight man-hours, these men have an extra load. Cold weather demands earlier hours tor getting the building temperature comfort- able tor Murray's occupants. Raking leaves, mowing the lawn, and shoveling snow around school are part ot their seasonal duties. Cheertully going about their daily duties are Mrs. Ruth Trost, Mrs. Viola Peterson, and Mrs. Betsy Barnes. Here they are shown preparing the daily bulletin and calling to check on absentees. Individual health records of each stu- dent are carefully kept up to date by Mrs. Peterson, school nurse. Mrs. Trost and Mrs. Barnes efticiently operate Murray's oftice, always cheerfully answering questions and giving helpful information. 55 ci F, lg 1 lt Q .2 ,, 5362 -esf, ., , sv k F X kxxkm . 1 ,"' , . .. lk sf , 9 Ei I 1. A l E t s fi 6. gt ? Es'M""-Wee ' 'xii Y 1 4-as 43 ' D SM . f A Q..s:gl:wf.iS3E35:f ' .J-WJ 'K I We is XJ- - s 1 -f , t " , .sg .is K' ' ' A N gxfnuig. rsve f-M ,,..f?". B .... ' Busily preparing the weekly menu and enioying a snack are Murray's cooks, Mrs. Ordena Magnuson, Mrs. Mary Woldt, Mrs. Leona Newquist, and Mrs. Margaret McGuire, seated. Looking on are custodian Mrs. Clara Bloom, cooks Mrs. Ester Wilke, and Mrs. Ethel Agnew, and custodian Mrs. Mattie Vining. . u Graduating Seniors ABRAHAM, JEANNE-Girls' League 1-4, V. Pres. 4, Choir 3, FTA 3, 4, Program Chm. 4, GAA 1-4, Letter Award 4, Jr. Class Sec., Latin Club 1, 2, Program Chm. 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Pilot Class Ed. 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Sno Princess Cand. 1, Y-Teens 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, Deal Board 3, 4. sue Queers' Carlo 4 ALWIN, DONALD-Jr. Varsity Football 2, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. ANDERSON, GARY-Football 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Jr. Varsity Hockey 2, M Club 4, Proiection Crew 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Swimming 3, 4, Track 3, Jr. Varsity 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. ANDERSON, JAMES-Latin Club 2, Murcurie Reporter 3, Special Ed. 4, "D" Class 1-4. ANDERSON, KAREN-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Business Cadettes 4, Program Chm. 4, Choir 4, Co-Pilots 2, 3, FTA 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Board 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Sec. 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. ANDERSON, RICHARD-Jr. Varsity Hockey 2, lntramurals 3, 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. ANKER, CAROL-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Rep. 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Letter Award 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Business Cadettes 4, Sec. 4, Canteen Board 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Board 3, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. ANNUNZIATA, WILLIAM-Marshall Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. ATKINS, THOMAS-Jr. Varsity Baseball 1, Canteen Board 3, Latin Club 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Corres. Sec. 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, "D" Class 1. BANTLE, JANET-Girls' League 1-4, Business Cadettes 4, Co- Pilots 2, 3, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, Jr. Class Board, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 3, 4. BAUKOL, MICHAEL-Jr. Varsity Baseball 1, 2, Jr. Varsity Basket- ball 1, Jr. Varsity Hockey 2, Football 3, Jr. Varsity 1, 2, Home- coming Mgr. 4, M Club 3, 4, Stage Force 1, Swimming 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. BECKJORDEN, JULIE-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, GAA 2, Murcurie Reporter 3, Feature Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, 1 Y-Teens 3, 4, "D" Class 1, 2, Sr. Class Play 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota., 1. 12 BERGSTROM, DEBORAH-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Business Cadettes Will Always Recall 4, FTA 3, 4, Co-Pilots 2, 3, Dramatic Club 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Board 3, Pres. 4, Letter Award 3, All City 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Memorial Jr. High School, Orlando, Florida, 1. BERNARD, DAVID- BEVER, MARILYN-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Business Cadettes 3, 4, Mahtomedi High School, Mahtomedi, Minnesota, 1. BRIGGS, MARILYN-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls' Trio 2, 3, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. BROWN, BONNIE-Girls' League 1-4, Choir 3, Co-Pilots 3, Dra- matic Club 4, Sec.-Treas. 4, Y. Teens 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, GAA 1-4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Murcurie Reporter 3, News Ed. 4, Pilot Agent 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 4, Sweetheart Queen Cand. 2, "D" Class l, 2, Sr. Class Play, 4. BUDDE, NANCY-Girls' League 1-4, Business Cadettes 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, German Club 3. BUSCH, EVELYN-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, "D" Class 1-4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4, Latin Club 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. ay- 'DQ' Q 'f Y s"5',,a- ,:- . .mv .- T BYRNE, MARY-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Madrid- - Central High School, Madrid, New York, Wilson High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. CALDWELL, ELAINE-Girls' League 1-4, FTA 3, 4, Pres. 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, Homecoming Queen Cand. 4, Latin Club 1, 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Pilot Adv. Ed. 4, Student Council Rep. 3, 4, Murcurie Agent 1, Jr. Class Board. CAMPBELL, JOHN-Cross Country 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Football 1, 2 M Club 4, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2, Proiection Crew 2, 3, 4 Track 3, 4. CARLSON, DONALD-Baseball 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2, 3, M Club 4, Cross Country 3, Jr. Varsity Football 1, Jr. Varsity Hockey 2, "D" Class 1-4. CHENG, KUAI-CHANG-Library Club 4, Government Sec. School Jesselton, British North Borneo, 1, 2, 3. 13 ii. . 'SP' : X-A F' MQW' like 4, .5-If if as W ,Q It . " , I fw- a - ,. , . W. h Y wig? . ,-my .Aa 'Fun In Sixty-one' CHRISTENSEN, CATHERINE-Girls' League 'I-4, Business Cadettes 4, Co-Pilots 2, FTA 4, GAA 'I-4, Oftice Force 2, Y-Teens 3, 4. CISEWSKI, JAMES-Proiection Crew 3, 4, Stage Force 3. COAD, RICHARD-Band 3, Football 4, M Club 3, 4, Swimming 3, 4, Shaker Heights High School, Shaker Heights, Ohio, 2. COOK, JAMES-Jr. Varsity Baseball I, 2, 3, Golf 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4. COWNIE, PHYLLIS-Girls' League 'I-4, Business Cadettes 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, GAA I, Girls' Chorus I. CRAVATH, SHARON-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Rep. 2, 3, 4, Dra- matic Club 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Board 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, I. DAHLEN, LYNNE-Girls' League 'I-4, Girls' Chorus I, Co-Pilots 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 'I-4, Letter Award 4, Latin Club I, 2, Pilot Agent I, 2, 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. DAINTY, ROBERT-Football 3, Gymnastics 3, Projection Crew 4, Intramurals 3. DAVIE Track 4. S, LAWRENCE-Choir 4, Dramatics Club 4, Gymnastics 4, DAVIES, THOMAS-Boys' State 3, Canteen Board 3, Homecoming Mgr. 4, Latin Club 3, Treas. 3, Library Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, M Club 'I-4, Student Council 3, 4, Pres. 4, Swimming I-4, Capt. 3, Jr. Varsity Track 'I, 2, "D" Class 'I-4. DAVIS, WILLIAM-Baseball Mgr. 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, M Club 3, 4. DEXTER, SANDRA-Girls' League I-4, Rep. 2, 3, Choir 3, Co- Pilots 2, 3, Capt. 3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, Board 3, Letter Award 3, Treas. 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Sports Ed. 4, Spanish Club I, Y-Teens 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. 14 The Motto Of All DOW, SUSAN-Girls' League 1-4, Band 1, 2, Letter Award 2, Business Cadettes 3, 4, Choir 4, V. Pres. 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1-4, Letter Award 3, Girls' State Alt. 3, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Copy Ed. 4, Prom Co-Chm. 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, "D" Class 1, 2, 3. Sno QUQQN Cnup -4 DUNCAN, JOHN-Baseball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Jr. Varsity Football 1, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1 2- M Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Pilot Sports Ed. 4, Sno Prince Cand. 1, sweefhesff King 2. Sno my-,G,.q, ELLINGSON, SHERMAN- ELLINGSON, SYLVIA-Girls' League 1-4, Business Cadettes 3, 4 V. Pres. 4, Pilot Typist 4. ELLIOTT, JULIANNE-Girls' League 1-4, Pres. 4, Cheerleader 4, Co-Pilots 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen Cand. 4, Student Council Rep. 2, V. Pres. 4. ENGEBRETSON, WILLIAM-Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2, Boys State 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, Capt. 4, M Club 3, 4 Student Council Rep. 1, 2, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, "D" Class 1-4 Spanish Club 3, 4. EVANS, EDWARD- 1 1 1 1 EWY, WAYNE-Band 1, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, "D" Class 1-4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. FOSTER, RICHARD-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, Canteen Board 3, Football 1-4, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Murcurie Agent 3, Reporter 3, Pilot Sports Ed. 4, Projection Crew 1, 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sno Prince Cand. 1, Soph. Class Pres., Student Council Rep. 2, Sweetheart King Cand. 3, "D" Class 1, 2, 3 FREEBORG, RUTH-Girls' League 1-4, Dramatic Club 4, FTA GAA 1-4, Sec. 4, Board 3, Maiorette 2, 3, 4, Letter Award 3, Capt. 4, Murcurie Agent 1, Y-Teens 3, 4. FREEMAN, JAMES-Basketball 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Golf 4, Jr. Class Board, Latin Club 3, M Club 3, 4. FREEMAN, WILLIAM-Jr. Varsity Baseball 1, Football 2, 4, Varsity 1, Jr. Varsity Hockey 1, 2, M Club 4. 4: 4... 4 U. U: 1. A' Q5 M x 2' if we f - ., .. sf x sf, Q.. '- 1. it ..,, 1- --1 .zz Hifi' s .asf , M., VM, ' . s .gl ,. L .H iii W2 .ff l l 3 l i 1 xx 9 1 x A Vgjg .,,,: 2 K 15 I . V A . if I ' l..'- ,, Za Traveling Onward FREIER, CAROLE-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 1, Business Cadettes 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, Murcurie Agent 3, Pilot Art Ed. 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, 3, Sr. Class Play 4. FRIES, DUANE-Cross Country 4. FRIESEN, JEANETTE-Girls' League 1-4, Choir 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. FROST, JAMES--Cross Country 4, Dramatic Club 4, Jr. Varsity Football 1, 2, Jr. Varsity Hockey 1, Homecoming Mgr. 4, Library Club 3, 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Murcurie Agent 2, Reporter 3, Feature Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, "D" Class 1-4, Sr. Class Play 4. FROST, NAOMI-Girls' League 1-4, Choir 4, GAA 1, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, "D" Class 1-4. GARLING, NANCY-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Business Cadettes 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, GAA 3, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. GEIS, RICHARD-Basketball Mgr. 2, Football 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Gymnastics 2, Latin Club 3. GILMAN, GERALD-Intramurals 3. GIVANS, SHARYLL-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Sextet 4, Dramatic Club 4, GAA 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, "D" Class 1, 2, 3, Sr. Class Play 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. GJERTSON, RICHARD-Band 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, Choir 3, 4, Octette 3, Golf 2, 3, 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Intramurals 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Football 2, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. GRAYDEN, LARRY-Student Council Rep. 4. GREDVIG, ANNETTE-Girls' League 1-4, Student Council Rep. 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Band 1-4, Letter Award 2, 3, Sec. 4, Business Cadettes 4, Program Chm. 4, GAA 1-4, Board 3, Letter Award 3, All City 4, V. Pres. 4. 16 St . . F GREGORY, MICHAEL-Choir 1, , Latin I J ctette , Operetta 1, MEA All State C 4. GRIFFIN, ROBERT-Basketball 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Capt. 4, Jr. Class Treas., Library Club 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 4, Proiection Crew 4, Murcurie Agent 3, 4, Russellville High School, Russellville, Arkansas, 1, 2. SNC! KING- CQNQ, Ll- GRONERT, SANDRA-Girls' League 1-4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, Y-Teens 4. HAGER, PHILIP-Football 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Pres. 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Student Council Rep. 2, 4, Swimming 1-4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Track 1, "D" Class 1-4. HAKENSEN, JANE-Girls' League 1-4, Choir 2, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1-4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Exchange Ed. 4, Spanish Club 1, 2, Y-Teens 4, Sr. Class Play 4. HALVORSON, RICHARD-Band 3, Football 4, German Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, Library Club 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Swimming 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Sr. Class Board, Sr. Class Play 4, Marshall High School, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1, Boroughmuir, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2. HANSON, PATRICIA-Girls' League 4, St. Louis Park High School, St. Louis Park, Minnesota, 1, 2, 3. HASSE, CRYSTAL-Girls' League 3 4, Business Cadettes 4 Su 1 I P' ply Store 4, North St. Paul High School, North St. Paul, Minne- sota, 1, 2. HAWKINSON, GLENN-Band 1, Jr. Varsity Hockey 2, 3. HEINN, GERALD- HELLICKSON, JOHN-Band 1, 2, Letter Award 2, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, M Club 1, 2, 3. HEMBREE, JACKIE-Girls' League 4, Dramatic Club 4, FTA 4, Y-Teens 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Southside High School, Memphis, Tennessee, 1, 2, 3. 17 ., ,.. ,,,, 'si - 'KTA' '- :Es .i- it ?!'i PV' Z '-:A T4 .v,f-,' fif- sift XJ! ' . . .. . iii? H m J' ' L- ,'1,':""'w-e 1L , .. M 'W 4? 4- 'Af E1 ,. QQ' X 4 . c X , . f ir- Q '- ' , T few as -w n , 3 .smfy 3, :V ,W fwgf . ::Q .:.,: F' S. We To Reach Goals In HENDRICKSON, JAMES-Proiection Crew 1, 2, 3, Stage Force 2, 3, Pres. 3. HERMES, DONNA-Girls' League 1-4, Business Cadettes 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2. HINZ, RICHARD-Band 2, 3, 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. HOLT, RONALD-Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minne- sota, 1. HOSKING, BARBARA-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, Letter Award 2, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Program Chm. 4, GAA 1-4, Letter Award 3, All City 4, Library Club 2, 3, 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Pilot Activities Ed. 4, Prom Co-Chm. 3, Sno Princess Cand. 1, Sr. Class Play 4. HOWARD, CHARLOTTE-Girls' League 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Owatonna High School, Owatonna, Minnesota, 1, 2. HUGHES, JAMES-Cross Country 2, 4, Football 3, Jr. Varsity 1, Latin Club 3, 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Swimming 1-4, Co-Capt. 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2. HUNT, JUDITH-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Letter Award 2, 3, 4, GAA 1-4, German Club 3, Jr. Class Board, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3, Pilot Agent 1, Y-Teens 3, 4, "D" Class 1, 2, FTA 4. JEANNERET, CHRISTIANE-Girls' League 4, GAA 4, Library Club 4, Spanish Club 4, V. Pres. 4, Y-Teens 4, Red Cross 4, American Field Service Exchange Student 4, Ecole Voltaire High School, Geneva, Switzerland. QNO Queen 41 JENNINGS, THOMAS-Choir 2, Operetta 1, 2, Jr. Varsity Base- ball 2, Jr. Varsity Hockey 1, 2, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4. JOHNSON, CAROL-Girls' League 3, 4, Band 3, Y-Teens 4, Stu- dent Council Rep. 4, Trimont High School, Trimont, Minnesota, 1, 2. JOHNSON, ELIZABETH-Girls' League 1-4, Y-Teens 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Q Treas. 4, GAA 2, 3. C: 1 -.3 If -... ,av Academics, Sports , .. JOHNSON, ROGER-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2, Hockey 2, 3, 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Sno Prince Cand. 1. JOHNSON, SUSAN-Girls' League 1-4, Canteen Board 3, Choir M 3, 4, co-Pilots 2, 3, FTA 3, 4, v. Pres. 4, GAA 1-4, Board 3, t g- L Letter Award 3, German Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Murcurie Reporter ':,I- - -- . 3, Pilot Agent 4, Class Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Sno Princess ' - ' . ,,, Cand. 1, Sweetheart Cand. 3, "D" Class 1, 2, Octette 4.SuoQ9eeNCpmDq ,- S: KAUFERT, JOSEPH-AFS 3, Cross Country 1-4, Capt. 4, Dramatic Club 4, German Club 4, Latin Club 3, M Club 3, 4, Proiection Crew 1-4, Student Council Rep. 4, Swimming 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Track 1, "D" Class 1-4, Sr. Class Play 4. 5. Q j we: 'yjnm 'Y .. . if 3 .1 KIRBY, ARTHUR-Baseball 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Football 3, 4, M Club 4, Monroe High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1, 2. KILAU, JAMES-Dramatic Club 4, Stage Force 4, Alexander Ram- sey High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. KNUTSON, DAVID-Proiection Crew 3, 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. KOHOUT, WILLIAM-Intramurals 2, 3, 4. KORBA, ANTHONY-Breck School, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1, 2, 3. KUJAWA, PATRICIA-Girls' League 3, 4, FTA 4, Y-Teens 4, Mechanic Arts Vocational, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. KULVICH, MARY-Girls' League 1-4, Business Cadettes 3, 4 Q, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4. KURZ, FREDERICK-Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Gymnastics l, 2, M Club 2, 3, 4, German Club 4, "D" Class 2, 3, 4. LARSON, JAN-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Murcurie Agent 3, Reporter 3, Pilot Activities Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, "D" Class 1-4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Pres. 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. - 19 By Trial And Error LARSON, JOANNE-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, FTA 4, GAA 2, 3, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, l. LEITH, JAMES-Sr. Class Play 4, Lincoln Jr. High School, La Crosse, Wisconsin, l, Central High School, La Crosse, Wisconsin, 2. LEWIS, JAMES-Hockey Mgr. 2, Office Force 3, 4. LIEN, RICHARD-Cross Country 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Hockey 2, M Club 2, 3, 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Pilot Business Mgr. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, "D" Class 2, 3, 4. LINDQUIST, WAYNE- LUDWIG, DELORES-Girls' League l-4, Band l-4, Letter Award 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 'I-4, Board 3, Letter Award 3, All City 4, Latin Club l, Murcurie Agent 2, Pilot Agent l, Student Council Rep. 4, Y-Teens 4. MALMBERG, LYLE--Cross Country 3, Library Club 3, 4, Murcurie Agent l, Pilot Agent 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, "D" Class 'l-4. MANTIS, JOHN-Canteen Board 3, Track 2, Jr. Varsity 'l, "D" Class 'l-4, Football 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 'l, 2, Latin Club l, 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Soph. Class Treas., Tennis 3, 4. QNQ Rniy QQNQ, Q MANUS, PENNY-Girls' League 'I-4, FTA 4, GAA l, Murcurie Reporter 3. MAZZITELLO, SUSAN-Girls' League 'I-4, Band 1, 2, 4, Letter Award 2, Dramatic Club 4, GAA 1, 2, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. McKAY, CAROLYN-Girls' League I-4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Co- Ed.-in-Chief 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, "D" Class 'I-4, Band 'l, 2, Letter Award 2, German Club 3, Latin Club 'l, 2, 3, Library Club 2, 3, 4. MIESEN, PAUL--Football 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Gymnastics 2, Stu- dent Council Rep. 2, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Sr. Class Pres., Latin Club 3, M Club 2, 3, 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, l. SWS King, QIQND. Ll 20 aining Experience MILLER, THOMAS-Band 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Jr. Varsity Football 2, Student Council Rep. 2, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 'l. MONTGOMERY, JOAN-Girls' League I-4, Band I, Business Cadettes 4, Choir 4, GAA 'I-4, German Club 3, Murcurie Re- porter 3., Adv. Ed. 4, Office Force 2, Y-Teens 3, 4, Pilot Agent I. MUELLNER, DONALD-Cross Country 4, Latin Club 'l, Track 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Intramurals 3, 4, M Club 4. MURRAY, ADAIR-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, "D" Class I-4, Sr. Class Play 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, I. NELSON, ROBERT-Cross Country 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Jr. Class Board, Latin Club 2, 3, Pres. 3, M Club 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Sports Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Sr. Class Board, Coma Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, I. NEUBRAND, PAUL-Band I-4, Letter Award 2, 3, 4, Proiection Crew 'l, Murcurie Agent 2, 3. NICHOLS, JOHN-Cross Country 3, 4, Gymnastics 3, 4, Jr. Var- sity Hockey I, 2, Proiection Crew 'I-4, Stage Force 3, Track 4. NIEMCZYK, NANCY-Girls' League I-4, Rep. 2, Band I, 2, Letter Award 2, Canteen Board 3, Choir 4, Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4, GAA I, 2, Prom Co-Chm. 3, "D" Class 'l, 2, 3, Sr. Class Play 4. NIEMELA, ROWLAND-Football 4, Jr. Varsity 'l, Student Council Rep. I, Track 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Intramurals I, 2. OLSON, BRUCE C.-Cross Country 3, Mgr. 4, Hockey Mgr. 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, M Club 4, Intramurals 2, 3, 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 'l. OLSON, BRUCE G.- ORF, EARL-Cross Country 2, 3, 4, German Club 3, 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Murcurie Agent 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, "D" Class 'I-4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, I. 21 ln Leadership For OTTO, JERALD-Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, Cross Country 3, Jr. Var- sity Football 2, Mgr. 1, Jr. Class Board, Pilot Agent 'I-4. OWENS, JUDITH-Girls' League 1-4, Business Cadettes 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 'l, 2. PAGE, CHRISTOPHER-Cross Country 4, Homecoming Mgr. 4, Library Club 3, 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Feature Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pres. 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, "D" Class 1-4, Sr. Class Board. PANKONIN, BRUCE-Dramatic Club 4, Cross Country 'l, Jr. Var- sity Hockey 'l, 2, Latin Club 3, Murcurie Agent 'I, Pilot Agent 'l, Swimming 3, 4, Tennis 4, M Club 4. PASKEWITZ, DANIEL-Canteen Board 3, Library Club 3, 4, Murcurie Business Mgr. 4, Ass't. 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, "D" Class 'l-4. PATOILE, JOHN-"D" Class 1, 2, 3. PAULSON, AI.TlN-Jr. Varsity Baseball i, 2, Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 'l, 2, M Club 4. PEARSON, MICHAEL-Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 'I, 2, Football 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 'I, Latin Club l, 2, M Club 3, 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Sports Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 'I, 2, 3, Track 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 'l, Sr. Class V. Pres. PELTIER, WILLIAM-Gymnastics 'I, 2. PERLICH, MARY-Girls' League l-4, GAA l, German Club 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, Y-Teens 3, 4, "D" Class 'I-4, Sr. Class Play 4. PETERSEN, LEILANI-Girls' League l-4, Choir 3, 4, Office Force 4. PIETSCH, DAVlD-Golf 2, 3, 4, M Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, "D" Class 2, 3, 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minne- sota, 'l. 22 Future Endeavors PITTS, BRYAN-Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, Ass't. Mgr. 3, Choir 4, Octette 4, MEA All State Chorus 4, Waterville High School, Waterville, Minnesota, 1. POLTIN, LOIS-Girls' League 1-4, Girls' Chorus 1, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, German Club 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 3, Murcurie Reporter 3, Co-Ed.-in-Chief 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, "D" Class 1-4. POMEROY, SHERWOOD-Cross Country 1-4, Dramatic Club 4, V. Pres. 4, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2. RATLIFF, JOHN-Proiection Crew 2. RAZSKAZOFF, DONALD-Canteen Board 3, Cross Country 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Football 1, 2, Mgr. 1, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2, Latin Club 2, Treas. 2, Library Club 2, 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Murcurie Agent 1-4, Office Force 3, Pilot Agent 1-4, Proiection Crew 1, 2, Sno Prince Cand. 1, Track 1, 3, 4, "D" Class 1, 2. ROSECRANS, CHARLES-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, Jr. Var- sity Basketball 2, Gymnastics 3, M Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Student Council Alt. 3, Football 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2. ROSTVIT, NADETTE-Girls' League 1-4, Business Cadettes 4, Co- Pilots 3, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, German Club 3, 4, Murcurie Agent 1, Typist 4. RUDDY, ROSEMARY-Girls' League 1-4, Murcurie Agent 2, 3, FTA 4. RUTFORD, KENNETH-Band 1-4, Letter Award 2, Jr. Varsity Foot- ball 1, 2, Jr. Varsity Hockey 2. SALMON, DIANE-Girls' League 1-4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1-4, Mur- curie Reporter 3. SANDQUIST, CAROLYN-Girls' League 1-4, FTA 3, 4, Sec. 4, Choir 4, Co-Pilots 2, GAA 1-4, Latin Club 2, 3, Library Club 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 3, Y-Teens 3, 4, Murcurie Agent 4. SCHMUGGE, JON-German Club 4, M Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, "D" Class 1-4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. 23 M..-, .- H. X, .W Li. , tx it ,g rf. Jr J, .if 1 0 ' Q W ga L3 ft ri' 4' K., W3 'x 4 M .f ga H . ff .3 :. .,5l?'??5i'i:'tHm ,fs ' ' " P f7,"i!:5 A' Wzilxiaaffi ik H Q f . 52 '35 5 ff F - 5.551.545 1 5 wats? L V .. ,, ..f,.,:: . . ,, lxgg iwg, 51. 7 , YFE5 -,t,f .if t 4 yi is M S M mv S5 w 1 uw . -,t ug X 533332 . ..,. F k Forever Thankful To . H 5 - Q fi? E 6. it if xi af 5-My ,I-g""'k fffvv Z , L.,, ' .5 VK! , 1,V. 1331 e Wx 15.5--,.E'a:,.-e:,i,rgfgtjmj. - -1 rj ,.f'ygs31:wg. 5, A . 46. SCHREIFELS, MARY ANN-Girls' League 1-45 Business Cadettes 45 Canteen Board 35 Co-Pilots 2, 35 FTA 45 GAA 1-4, Letter Award 3, All City 45 Latin Club 15 Pilot Agent 2, 3, 4, Sports Ed. 45 Dramatic Club 45 Sr. Class Play 4. Sw QUQQN CHNDI 4, SCHULZE, CURTIS- SELBIN, SUSAN-Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Canteen Board 35 GAA 25 Girls' State Rep. 35 Homecoming Queen Cand. 45 Library Club 3, 4, Program Chm. 45 Pilot Co-Ed.-in-Chief 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sec. 45 Student Council Rep. 35 Murcurie Reporter 35 "D" Class 1, 2, 35 FTA 45 Y-Teen 3, 45 Como Park Jr. High.School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. SHOFFNER, KIRK-Dramatic Club 45 Library Club 2, 3, 45 M Club 2, 3, 45 Murcurie Reporter 3, News Ed. 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Swimming 1-45 Jr. Varsity Track 1, 25 Football 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 25 Band 1, 25 German Club 3, 45 Sr. Class Play 4. SKOVHOLT, THOMAS-Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 25 Football 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 25 Jr. Class Pres.5 Library Club 2, 3, 4, Sgt.-at- Arms 45 M Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 45 Spanish Club 35 Student Council Rep. 35 Track 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2. SNC KNG- CRND.-qv SKUNDBERG, DONALD-Band 1, 2, 35 Gymnastics 1, 25 Track 1. SMITH, DONALD-Cross Country 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 45 Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 25 M Club 3, 45 Murcurie Reporter 35 Pilot Ass't. Business Mgr. 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Student Council Rep. 25 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Track 15 "D" Class 1-45 Sr. Class Play 4. SNODGRASS, JOHN-Basketball Mgr. 25 Choir 2, 3, 4, Treas. 35 Football Mgr. 2, 35 M Club 3, 45 Tennis 25 Intramurals 35 Nazareth Hall, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. SODERLUND, KAREN-Girls' League 1-45 Band 1, 2, Letter Award 25 Business Cadettes 45 FTA 3, 45 GAA 1-4, Letter Award 35 Pilot Adv. Ed. 45 Murcurie Reporter 35 Quill and Scroll 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Sr. Class Play 4. SORENSON, JUNE-Girls' League 1-45 Business Cadettes 3, 45 GAA 1, 25 Ottice Force 2. SPANDAU, WERNER-Football 35 Gymnastics 1-45 M Club 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Intramurals 3, 4. SPOONER, ROGER-Baseball 1-45 Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 25 Football 2, 3, Jr. Varsity 15 Homecoming Mgr. 45 M Club 3, 45 Sno Prince Cand. 15 Deal Board 3, 4. 24 Teachers, Advisors STEINLE, DONALD-Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Choir 1-4, Pres. 3, 4, Octette 2, 3, 4, Football 3, 4, M Club 4, Track 3, 4. STOREY, LUCIA-Girls' League 4, St. Joseph's Academy, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1, 2, 3. STOSKOPF, MARY-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 1-4, Band 1, 2, Letter Award 1, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1-4, Letter Award 3, Murcurie Reporter 3, Pilot Senior Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. STRENGLIS, KATHRYN-Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Sec. 3, Choir 3, 4, Co-Pilots 3, Dramatic Club 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2, 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4, Pilot Activities Ed. 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Sr. Class Treas., Y-Teens 3, 4, "D" Class 1, 2, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1. , SULLIVAN, THOMAS-Jr. Varsity Baseball 1, 2, Cross Country 4, Jr. Varsity Football 1, Golf 3, 4, Intramurals 1-4. SYRDAL, FREDERIC-Jr. Varsity Baseball 1, Basketball Mgr, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, German Club 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, "D" Class 1-4. TALBOTT, RICHARD-Jr. Class Board, Library Club 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 4, Swimming 4, Lincoln Jr. High School, Mankato, Minnesota, 1. TEIG, LINDA-Girls' League 1-4, Band 1, Choir 4, FTA 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Y-Teens 3, 4. THORSTENSON, SARA-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 2, Business Cadettes 4, Choir 4, Sec. 4, Girls' Chorus 1, Co-Pilots 2, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1-4, Letter Award 3, Homecoming Queen Cand. 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Library Club 3, 4, Sec. 4, Murcurie Agent 4, Reporter 3, Soph. Class Sec., Student Council Rep. 2, 3, Sec. 3, Y-Teens 3, 4. TIEDEMAN, JANET-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 3, Choir 3, 4, Co- Pilots 3, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1-4, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Pilot Co-Ed.-in Chief 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, V. Pres. 4 Student Council Rep. 1, Y-Teens 3, 4, "D" Class 1, 2. TIMM, JANE-Girls' League 1-4, Business Cadettes 4, Pres. 4, GAA 1, 2, Flag twirler 3, 4, Letter Award 3, Murcurie Acc't. 4, Supply Store 4, Y-Teens 3, 4. TIMM, RICHARD-Football 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Jr. Varsity Hockey 2 Intramurals 2, 3, Sr. Class Play 4. 25 ...' . fs sz, t 3 . L f 999 ,KY ., ' ,A - ew. ,fps - ,,. M gr, ' Q .rf .Fi 5 T f. s M ... .3 f We i 3' 'Q 1-x,,Q'w Q Q ....-5,6 -'55 'i"f 5 ,gg K. ,ttr gfifiig Ei ,iiff f ii . K: g E 1 It 1, 5 f nv'-2 ar ,,,,,g. rw vi -mf ,K . ff' Y , ls. ff , - 1.4- . ,,kL .lu I Fr . 2 3 . ..y xv 2 ,- X . , 4 Qtr:-r We 'ia 1' - ' it 5 4 A x-., 410-- 'HN :wh Finally Graduation TOUSLEY, SANDRA-Girls' League 1-4, Program Chm. 4, Home- coming Queen 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Adv. Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, GAA 1-4, Band 2, 3, 4, Letter Award 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. TRAPP, DOROTHY-Girls' League 1-4, Rep. 1, 2, Treas. 4, Can- teen Board 3, Choir 3, 4, Co-Pilots 2, 3, FTA 3, GAA 1-4, Board 3, Sec. 4, Letter Award 3, All City 4, Murcurie Agent 1, Reporter 3, Adv. Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Student Council Rep. 4, Sr. Class Sec., Y-Teens 3, 4. TREICHEL, JUDITH-Girls' League 1-4, Canteen Board 3, Choir 3, 4, Co-Pilots 2, 3, GAA 1-4, Board 3, Letter Award 3, Jr. Class V. Pres., Latin Club 2, 3, Sec. 2, Library Club 3, 4, Sweetheart Queen 2, Y-Teens 3, 4. ULVIN, RICHARD-Dramatic Club 4, Golf 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minne sota, 1. VOLLMER, JOHN-Baseball 1-4, Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, 2, Canteen Board 3, Dramatic Club 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, M Club 1-4, Projection Crew 3, 4, Sno Prince 1, Soph. Class Board, Stage Force 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 1, Sweetheart King Cand. 2, Sr. Class Play 4. VONG, MARTHA-Girls' League 1-4, Band 1, 2, Letter Award 2, Business Cadettes 4, Co-Pilots 3, Dramatic Club 4, GAA 1-4, Letter Award 4, Murcurie Agent 1, 2, Sr. Class Play 4. WAGNER, KURT-Jr. Varsity Baseball 1, 2, Cross Country 4, Dramatic Club 4, Jr. Varsity Football 1, 2, Golf 3, 4, Jr. Varsity Hockey 1, M Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. WALLRICH, .IOHN-St. Agnes High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, 1, 2. WALLS, THOMAS-Baseball 2, 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 1, M Club 3, 4. WARNER, RAYMOND-Stage Force 4. WEBBER, SHIRLEY-Girls' League 1-4, Murcurie Agent 2, 3, GAA 1, 2, 3, Choir 3, 4, Girls' Chorus 1, Business Cadettes 4, Treas. 4. WEIHRAUCH, MICHAEL-Basketball 3, Jr. Varsity 2, Canteen Board 3, Dramatic Club 4, Football 2, 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 3, Treas. 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, lntramurals 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Como Park Jr. High School, St. Paul, Minne- sota, 1. 26 WHITE, MARY-Girls' League 'I-4, Choir 4, Co-Pilots 3, GAA 'I-4, Letter Award 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Library Club 3, 4, Murcurie Agent 2, Reporter 3, Pilot Senior Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Y-Teens 3, 4, "D" Class 'l, 2, 3. WILKE, BARBARA-Girls' League 'I-4, Girls' Chorus lg Choir 3, 4, Co-Pilots 3, GAA l-4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Program Chm. 3, Sno Princess Cand. 'lg Spanish Club 1, Y-Teens 3, 4. WOODS, ROBERT-Central High School, St. Paul, Minnesota, lg Stillwater High School, Stillwater, Minnesota, 2. t :ttf is QW QF , E 2. so Memories Marking Our Way That first day as freshmen . . . the "intellectual" 'D' Class . . . our first senior high Canteen . . . Sno-Day and freshman royalty, Buzz Vollmer and Sandy Miller . . . that forgotten locker combination after holidays . . . newcomers arriving from Como Junior High . . . selection of advisors and sophomore class officers . . . disecting to the "irresist- able," non-ignorable odor of formaldehyde . . . Judy Treichel and John Duncan-our "Sweethearts" . . . receiving our class rings after many weeks of anticipation . . . those thrilling football games from a cold, hard bench . . . forgotten floor mats at the iunior class car wash . . . working on our junior class float . . . "Fun in '6'l' '... financing "Misty Manhattan"-our prom . . . our "splash party" at Lake Nokomis on our iunior class picnic . . . the crowning of Sandy Tousley as Homecoming Queen after long nights of campaigning . . . our senior party . . . get- ting a guy for the Sadie . . . "Prof's" good notebooks done in one long, heartbreaking night . . . that fateful day-term paper deadline . . rehearsing for the play, "Ask Any Girl" . . . our exciting class trip to New Orleans . . . our final PILOT Day . . . attending our last class at Murray High . . . mixed emotions at graduation. M asm Mnnunnvat Q1 MURRH y F, E LD GRHNTMM Il cetmm 'JMU 27 Seniors Proudly Boast Cf During the first quarter, propaganda Techniques and mass communication were studied in the senior social studies classes. In this picture Donald Steinle and Carolyn Sandquist stand to argue the points for their candidates tor Presi- dent, as this was election year when citizens voted for President and gover- nor. This election was a most exciting one for Murray because Minnesota's newest Governor, Elmer L. Andersen, is a resident of St. Anthony Park. One of the most common questions asked ot seniors is "What will you do atter high school." During the year, tests, counselors, and parents help each individual to decide what he is best suited tor. Many will need financial assistance in order to go to college. Those who received scholarships are honored in an assembly tor upperclassmen on Pilot Day. The top 20 percent ot the senior class and those who received citizenship awards are also honored at this assembly. Here Julie Beckiorden, Larry Grayden, Marty Vong, and Paul Miesen find a quiet place to study or per- haps think about the future. First "D" Cl ss To Graduate These are the scholastically superior seniors who survived four years of con- centrated scientific study in the National Development Program. Row I Carolyn McKay, Mary Perlich, Jan Larson, Naomi Frost, Lois Poltin, Evelyn Busch, Adair Murray 0 Lyle Malmberg, Daniel Paskewitz, John Mantis, Fred Kurz, Richard Lien, Donald Smith, Earl Orf ' Kirk Shofifner, William Engebretson, James Frost, Thomas Davies, David Pietsch, Don- ald Carlson, James Freeman ' Phil Hager, Joseph Kaufert, Kurt Wagener, Chris Page, Jon Schmugge, Fred Syrdal, Wayne Ewy. Nnifiuninits 4-if is-.dr ' L 'Z ' ?i'sI'ilg K RIRWHY3 K After Jim Freeman and Kurt Wagener declared this problem impossible to solve, Mary Pe-rlich, obligingly, shows the boys how. This is one of the many problems that confronts the senior "D" math class daily. In the science division, the "D" class has studied atomic physics, basic electronics, biology, and chemis- try in the past year. Many of these are the equivalent of college courses. No one can deny that these students are well prepared for college. Most of these students are involved in extra curricular activities even though they have extra studying to do. D-avid Pietsch, Susan Dow, and Paul Miesen are shown looking over pamphlets of the French Quarter in New Orleans. Paul Miesen is presi- dent of the senior class. Junior 102 Row l Kurz, Margaret, Sweet, Judith, Hunt, Susan, Van Zanden, Susan, Merrill, JoAnn 9 Sandgren, Sharon, Josephsen, Renee, Lindorf- er, Laura, Koep, Judith 0 Risbrudt, Gregory, Nord- strom, Eileen, Morlock, Paul, Christensen, Jane, Bone, Victoria ' Brasted, Mary, Novak, Roger, Borgeson, Victor, Alexander, Richard, Hillstrom, Linda. pectations Soar A Juniors "5- Junior 305 Row 1 Jensen, Sandra, Cut- komp, Kay, Grecco, Cheryl, Wall, Ann, Rupp, Victoria Schreifels, Barbara, Starck Dolores 0 Nelson, Gerald ine, Cannons, Jeanne, All red, Marcia, Thompson Linn, Kerl, Barbara, Wilson Jeanne ' Paulson, Terence Wolens, Richard, Dow James, Haugan, Sigurd Mayer, David, Bauman Gary, Olson, Diane 0 Swan son, John, Krastins, Uldis, Johnson, Robert, Sandgren Sherman, Willard, George, Strandquist, Robert.- 30 Junior 209 Row 1 McCulley, Anne, Miesen, Alida, LaFond, Karen, McLean, Janet, Smith, Jeanine, Appel, Sandra, McKillips, Linda 0 O'Brien, Erin, Delger, Mary, Johnson, Beth, Hennessy, Donna, Allen, Arley, Forbes, William 0 Johnson, Linda, Schaaf, Joseph, Knippen- berg, Lorayne, Eddy, Kay, Maas, Virginia, Gardner, Thomas 9 Anderson, Gary, Paquette, Calore, Clemen, Richard, Torgersen, Daniel, Lampher, Robert, Zalk, Robert, Wooding, Mary. ll Junior 303 Row 'l Baker, Judith, Braa, Virginia, Orf, Ester, Bauer, John, Glaim, Arlan, Biedler, Gloria U Jack, Su- san, Giving, Ingrid, Nelson, Barbara, Lauerer, Joan, Niemela, Linda, Cooney, Mary ' Thoennes, Kath- leen, Wandmacher, Gary, Frauenshuh, David, Berg- mann, Michael, Hartwick, Steven, Thompson, Robert, Satersmoen, James 0 Haff, Guy, Beyer, Jeffrey, Swad- burg, Thomas, Thurow, Al- lyn, Sperbeck, Anthony, Meyer, Robert. Anticipate Concluding Year Junior 'IO4 Row l Cecchi, Anna, Boyle, Patricia, Hopp, Caro- line, Stevenson, Bernar- dine, Broderick, Catherine 0 Carlson, Richard, Lembke, Jean, Karner, Joan, Manke, Marcia, Sundstrom, Kath- leen, Lundgren, Roger 0 Sandberg, Richard, John- son, Kevin, Tunell, Steven, Halvorsen, Patrick, Mun- son, Stephen, Pautz, Don- ald ' Mattson, Eric, Carl- son, Judith, Swanson, Russell, Waterman, Paul Brown, Katherine, Lueck, Anthony. Junior Aud. Row 'l Berger, Susan, Cer- ny, Ann, Lieder, Carolyn, McDonald, Susan, Scholz, Jacqueline, Barsch, Janet ' Thompson, Beverly, South- er, Sarah, Cadwell, Eliz- abeth, Clements, Ann, Schlaeger, Sally 0 Miller, Marilyn, Hemming, San- dra, Hutton, Mary, Bache, William, Schneider, Nich- olas, Wagner, Susan U Hosking, William, Hallen, David, Kuhn, Ronald, Ol- son, Lowell, Tschida, Donald. rm:ui Aix: --uulffr l .11 s . 0 n s 4 Q 6 ' Q' 4 f rv '9 Vi 92 fo Q Typing is one ot the most popu- lar electives chosen by juniors. Most of them realize the impor- tance ot being able to type rapidly as well as accurately for college work. Victor Borgeson is pictured work- ing on his daily lesson in one ot Miss Valborg Helseth's typing classes. Wonderful Year For Juniors Guiding the junior class through this year are the offi- cers, Beth Johnson, secretary, Karen LaFond, treasurer, David Mayer, president, Michael Bergmann, sergeant-at-arms, and Larry Sargent, vice presi- dent. Mr. John Mather and Mr. Edward Datko are the advisors. Here the officers are busy making a poster to publicize the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance. This is one of their projects which helps Hnance the Junior-Senior Prom, This past year the juniors have been making payments toward their educational sen- ior class trip to Washington, D.C. Brochures outlining the tours the class will take were carefully considered bet-ore any decisions were made. 32 Sophomore 310 Row 'I Hinz, Alan, Paske- witz, Joan, Cofliman, Joan, Lembke, Barbara, Enerson, Joan, Boland, Dorothy, Kenny, Jo Ann 0 Schaller, Sandra, Wiger, Lillian, Klarkowski, Susan, Ode- guard, Janet, Schanke, Lynn, Smith, Susan 9 Allen, Robert, Hansen, Trygg, Abler, Peter, Brooks, Patri- cia, Storaasli, Carolyn, Baukol, Kathleen, Ashley, Marilyn 0 Morton, Thomas, Thorstenson, Thomas, Page, Gregory, Hayes, Bernard, White, Richard, Greer, John, Gronovsky, Theodore. earning To Work Together Sophomore 314 Row 1 Cheney, Barbara, Jensen, Randina, LeClair Janet, Duncan, Kathleen Anderson, John, Erickson Jerilyn 0 Biedler, Willard Rice, Barbara, Gayman Gayl, Wagener, JoAnn Rogness, Peter 0 Arhart Gary, Crowell, Gerald Nielsen, Kathleen, Johnson Mona, Swinton, Yvonne Gredvig, Lois 0 Dexter John, Yackel, Robert, Al win, William, Jensen, Ray mond, Addis, Brian. ,,. 1 , 1 nm 7 4 uf ee VVV, i Q, If ,., l V, , Lk V V My , , , Y. .5 J N V up 5 , F ti so E ra -fi' , f 1 C ,M Sophomore Cafe. No. Row 1 Kwong, Gary, Koep, Thomas, Kruskopf, Joan, Scholz, Joanne, Sli- fer, Anita, Cheney, Karen 0 Otto, Jeffery, McLean, Sharon, Christianson, Su- san, Barthold, Carole, Beck- iorden, Sally, Allen, Karen, Slettom, Mary Jo ' Patoile, Francis, Fehrman, Gary, Koeper, Kenneth, Marsh, Daniel, Mantis, William, Schroeder, Karen, Erickson, Richard U Pass, Roger, Knutson, James, Schmidt, Raymond, Carlson, Keith, Warner, John, Erickson, Sherman, Mackenzie, Charles. Stepping Sophomore Cafe. So. Row 'l Durant, Darlene Blume, Gary, Reuteler, Jean nine, Margette, Patricia Sautter, Mariorie, Sand burg, Shirley 0 Johnson Kathleen, Weber, Kathleen Hendrickson, Carol, Peter- son, Glenda, Auld, Nancy Lee, Karen 0 Frost, Eliza beth, Gunsell, Sandra Sandberg, David, Berge son, John, Quam, Shari Comstock, Pamela ' Wil lard, Terry, Richardson Floyd, Murfin, Marilyn, Sul livan, Michael, Moor, Vic toria, LeClair, Cheri 0 Brown, Kenneth, Fuller Landon, Bacon, Robert Shulstad, Robert, Freier David, Keller, Kenneth Nelson, Stephen. 1 1 Up The Pace By Sophomore 205 Row 'l Lieder, Ronald, Et- ten, Nancy, Gronert, David Lexcen, Allen, Olson, San- dra 0 Pomeroy, Catherine, Wolf, Margaret, Paulson, Janet, Webber, Kathleen, Thistle, Sharon, Glander Mikelynn ' Shatto, Marion, Knudsen, Bonnie, Melan- der, Donald, Wachholz, Karen 0 Prokoper, Nellie, Christian, Michael, Craw- ford, Craig, Hager, Pris- cilla, Deutsch, Jack, Ny- lund, James 0 Sparr, Gary, Gammel, Harold, Johnston, Linda, Smits, Valdis, Greg- ory, Brian, Salmon, Betty. 34 I SW Sophomore 106 Row l Morck, Agnes, Ris- brudt, Douglas, Loney, Ger- ald, Clarke, Charlotte, Martin, Lynda, Knopp, Marilyn ' Hartwick, Ann, Weihrauch, Judith, Shuster, Andrea, Evans, Elizabeth, Brasted, Barclay, Sorensen, Meridee 0 Kampa, Joan, Nutz, Frederick, Lee, Den- nis, Talbott, Susan, Barrick, Kathleen, Gilie, Jane U Warner, James, Barrows, Thomas, Zellner, John, Pranke, Daniel, Thompson, Mark, Narvaez, Leon. S. mimi Many different projects going on at the same time make Miss Marie Darche's artcratt class very interesting to visit. One may tind tin- hammered plates, copper jewelry, modeled clay plates and tigures, and wood-carved figures in addition to water-color pictures and modern art drawings. Lett to right are Lois Gredvig, making iewelry, Richard Wolens, carving wood, and Marilyn Ashley, admiring their technique. Strange odors, indeed, come from room lO7. That is Murray's chemistry laboratory where students don rubber aprons before they try a hand at mixing certain chemicals. Busily demonstrating the preparation ot hy- drogen are Joan Enerson, Charles Nightingale, and Michael Christian at the sophomore "D" class. Gne ot the newest time savers in testing was initiated at Murray by Mr. Reno Rossini in his chemistry classes. He tape records his tests so that while his students are answering the ques- tions he would ordinarily have to dictate or write out, he can fill out his records or correct other test papers. dr z , , .Wi Selecting Cfficers Ancl Rings 'FHL-?' Freshmen 309 James, Prong, Linda. Row 1 Sands, Karen, An- derson, Aclrienne, Coad, David, Schoffner, Jane, Hanson, Jayne 9 Trower, Nancy, Rostvit, Lowell, Trammell, Patricia, Fletch- er, Kenneth, Solstad, Mary, Thurow, Priscilla 9 Scher- bert, Jack, Skildum, Janice, Schmidt, Eugene, Perlich, Freshmen 308 Row 'l Keleher, Kathryn Heron, Alexandra, Erick son, Karen, Brown, Janice Brandt, Richard, Moonen Jeanne 0 Buck, James Cecchi, Delbert, Andersen Emily, Ed, Kayleen, Boyle Katherine, Chambers, Jen ny U Bates, John, Broder- ick, Patrick, Enerson, El wood, Bradford, Carol Piermantier, Carol, Ander- son, Marlys. Waiting For The Opportunity Freshmen 207 Row 1 Blume, Natalie, Vong, Mildred, Keller, Lloyd, Raudenbush, Paul, Bauer, Mark 0 Magnuson, Alice, Spandau, Sylvia, Brown, Susan, Melcher, Thomas, Swensgard, Do- lores, Berg, Coral 9 Pan- konin, Janet, Nelson, Mich- ael, Sweet, John, Mitchell, William, Freeman, Joan 0 Turnquist, Barbara, Halvor- sen, Michael, Hahnen, Rich- ard, Johnson, Jeanne, Archibald, Douglas, Bren, David. 36 Freshmen 301 Row 1 Weber, Edward, Woodbury, Cheryl, Truen, Sandra, Allman, Karen 0 Miller, Mary, Kelley, Lyle, Roth, Diane, Hall, Marcia, Kelley, Theresa 0 Thoennes, Joanne, Komarek, Joseph, Dow, John, Adolphsen, Margaret. Freshmen 304 Row 'l Milburn, Melody, Semirozum, Irene, Jensen, Judith, Heron, Elizabeth, Hasse, Larry, Johnson, Helene 0 Hansen, Marilyn, Krause, Nancy, Hays, Den- nis, Berg, Mary Lou, Lip- pert, Leander, Peterson, Stuart 0 Haugan, Mary Jo, Noble, David, Shuster, Terry, Hayes, Mary, Lind- gren, Susan, Mullin, Mary, Nelson, James, Semon, Richard, Hult, Stephen, Gisvold, Nancy, Johnson, . James. To Prove 0ur Competence Lea Lippert and Emily Andersen are two "expert lepidopteristsu in their ninth grade "D" class. Here they are showing some in- sect collections which their biology class has finished. Leaf-collecting was also one of their projects during the fall. During the year the class dissected nu- merous life forms, such as the worm, the clam, and the starfish. They completed this phase of their study in the spring with the dissection of the frog. One of the distinctive features of Mur- ray's biology classes is the use of visual aids once every week. One of the required subjects for all freshmen is ninth grade social studies in which the students study the growth of America from the landing of the Pilgrims to present day notional and international affairs. Students subscribe to weekly news magazines and give current event reports which help to give them a better under- standing of the problems facing the world today. Pictured here during a typical working period, Mr. Bernard Quinn's fifth hour class is completing an assignment for the following day. i Q5 -Lf'-gy!" 'NY 'saver' Freshmen Aud. Row 1 Rees, Wayne, Rudie, Rosemary, Lofberg, Jeanette, Sauvageau, Sam- uel, Larson, John ' Fod- ness, Robert, Barthold, Diane, Anderson, Ruth, Lord, Kathryn, Condie, Kim- berly, Patoile, Charlotte 0 Krinke, Mariann, DeWitt, Katherine, Caldwell, Ken- neth, Simon, Charles, En- gle, Dennis ' Boyd, Anne, Neubrand, Marilyn, Pa- quette, Janet, Merwin, Gary, Jensen, Duane, Met- tler, David. Developing Our Small World 8A 201 Row 'I Brohaugh, Roy, Otto, Jay, Tuff, Susan, Hok- anson, Mary, Coffman, Hugh 0 Stein, Kerry, Bunt- ing, William, Brandt, Mar- ty, Kirby, John, Schreifels, Larry ' Peterson, Lois, Christiansen, Carol, Cham- pagne, JoAnn, Johnson, Stephen, Ed, John, Krueger, Gerald 0 Hagen, Elise, Gasch, Steven, Johnson, Kirby, Wolens, Jane, Schroeder, Susan, Galla- gher, Jean, Cutkomp, Terry 0 Cerny, Mary, Sater, Kath- erine, Willman, Keith, Brooks, Jeffrey, Addis, Roger, Good, Thomas. E L ,sf 38 8B 300 Row 'l Peterson, Nancy, Wolf, James, Bernard, Gary, McKay, Kathleen, Knutson, Jean, Anderson, Wayne, Abel, Owen 0 Poye, Patti, Nelson, Julene, Gast, Diann, Auld, Ken- neth, Wiger, LeRoy, Yackel, Dale U Larson, Donna, Na- son, Mary, Strane, Star, Sargent, James, Englund, Connie, Koeper, Charlotte, Lee, Lynnae 0 Anderson, Bruce, Gayman, Walter, Shulstad, Christine, Swan- son, Dale, Abraham, Rich- ard, Peterson, Michael, Hagen, Margaret. 8C 105 Row 'I Huemoeller, Regi na, Swanson, Margaret Kwong, Roger, Weber, Wil liam, Mullin, Margaret Lind, Jill 0 Stephenson Judith, Anderson, Ray mond, Gammel, Raymond Haaland, Jon, Mixon, Tim othy, Slettom, William Barsch, Rosalind 0 Ander- son, June, Swanson, Ron ald, Hagen, David, Hebbel Robert, Larson, James Tselos, Susan ' Hartwick Katherine, Fardig, Paul Richards, Steven, Merrell Edward, Nelson, Patrick Comstock, Barbara ' Shot? ner, Sonya, Hoftman Diana, Barrick, William Merwin, Alan, Narvaez, Eric, Austad, Susan. 8D Aud. Row 'I Halvorson, Gretch- en, Kloek, Linda, Davies, John, Wooding, Stephen, Aydt, Janice, Perlich, Jean 0 Broderick, Michael, Che- ney, Dennis, Shatto, Patri- cia, Pomeroy, Margaret, McDiarmid, Mary, Weber, Gerald 0 Bauman, Betty, Razskazoff, Meredith, John- son, William, Pederson, Myron, Rozenberg, Lindo, Imbertson, Mary 0 Scher- bert, Jeanne, Allred, Rich- ard, Arneman, John, Amunrud, Gary, Bone, Richard, Bache, Ralph 0 Curtiss, Leslie, Johnson, Joyce, Larkin, Richard, Mc- Cracken, Russell, Bacon, Richard, Wirtz, Rosemary. By Learning To Stand Alone 7A 302 Row 1 Fodness, Stanley, Langdahl, Mary, Glaim, Phillip, Buck, David, Blume, Leigh Ann 0 George, Nancy, Benson, Carol, Heb- bel, Elizabeth, Gronert, Linda, Hopp, Thomas U Rupp, Robert, Watt, Debo- rah, Allison, Susan, Clark, Mike, Lippert, Richard 0 Dunnwald, Linda, Leslie, Patricia, Knudsen, Charles, Woolery, Michael, McDon- ald, Thomas. ?, 1 Looking To Upperclassmen 7C 107 Row 'I Adolphsen, Cyn- thia, Mixon, Mary, Duren, Louise, Uram, Nancy, Kow- itz, Ann, Cutkomp, Kent 0 Baukol, Marcia, Sullivan, Kathleen, Bates, Bruce, Nel- son, Colleen, Anderson, Jo- sephine ' Lauerer, Kath- leen, Semon, Lee, Paske- witz, .DonaId, Underhill, William, Souther, Richard, DeWitt, Margaret ' De- Mars, Eugenia, Lambert, Ralph, Peterson, Mark, Frost, Ruth, Lucian, Marilyn. 7B 203 Row 'I Sutton, Gloria, Pol- son, Sarah, Lee, Steven, Woodbury, Lon, Roan, Pam- ela ' Keleher, Paul, Par- rott, Constance, Thone, Robert, Souther, Barbara, Fales, Trudy, Marshall, Wells 0 Thurow, Patricia, Strane, Jay, Hunt, Nancy, Jensen, Christine, Rogness, Andrew, Condie, Kirk 0 Bergerud, Eric, Field, Rob- ert, Meyer, Alan, McNeill, Susan, Razskazoff, Susan, Kroona, David. 7D 200 Row l Kavanaugh, Kath- erine, Balcome, Carol, Mur- ray, Linda, Kuiawa, John, Milburn, Stephen, Cornelis- sen, Faye 0 Nelson, Ron- ald, King, Carol, Schramm, Jean, Newman, Tima, Dow, William, White, Eliza- beth 0 Skildum, Thomas, Turnbull, Douglas, Snyder, Erva, Cross, Marilyn, Cross, Nancy, Swensgard, Allen 0 Nelson, David, Mantis, Daphne, Link, Donald, Krueger, Barbara, Bailey, Steven, Ubel, William. For Encouragement, Guidance Busy putting away groceries for their home economics class are Patricia Thu- row, Elizabeth Hebbel, and Linda Dunn- wald. The classes plan menus that in- clude the basic seven, do the marketing, and prepare different foods. Recording the number ot feet Nancy Uram can jump for the physical fitness test in her gym class is Carol Balcome. Holding the mat for Nancy are Pamela Roan and Sally Polson while Deborah Watt and Kathleen Kavanaugh await their turn. me 'S ' """""r fm. .f,s IVE' , .. . . , . 935, av ., 351:93 'if . ' ' ' ' f. 'fini' " " 1 5135-t till O Gathered around their instructor, Eugene Pose, eighth grade boys listen to a lecture on one of the proiects they did in metal shop the past year. During their time in shop they learn how to use machines and how to make tools. After that they have their choice of which protect they will undertake. The boys take two quarters of metal shop and then two quarters of either band or choir. School Life and Acfivifies ALO G TH Sights Seen Around Murray ity. Long hours of study plus the relaxing atmos- phere of the library were just too much for Christopher Page, sleeping, unaware that the alert eye of the Pilot camera was upon him. Murray's library is a popular place with stu- dents and teachers, offering a quiet place for study and many sources of information. "Rush hours" occur frequently throughout the day in Murray's corridors. Familiar is the early morning rush, pictured here, as all struggle to reach first period class on time. This scene is repeated between classes, when everybody seems to move in different directions. The refreshment stand at Cen- tral Stadium is a popular place between halves as Altin Paulson is finding out as he tries to carry his drink out safely. The girls, Adair Murray, Sharyll Givans, Kathleen Duncan, Janet Paulson, and Kath- leen Weber, seem to be paying little attention to his plight. Sightseeing as we travel brings many scenes into view, some new, but many familiar and memorable, such as experiencing the ex- citement and work of Homecoming, the thrills and chills of Sno-Foolin', the anticipation of initiation into a club, the enjoyment of partici- pation on a team or rooting for its victory, the expectation of coming to a new school, or returning and being with old friends again. Murray is our background scenery for the events that bring us through the year, and as we travel on, we will look back and remember the good times we had "sightseeing along the way." Traveling Through The Year i ! into A scene not seen by many Mur- rayites is this one in the sports equipment room, where Murray's athletes do their own washing. Making use of the new washer and dryer are James Dexter, Robert Zalk, and Robert Griffin as they wash the football practice uni- forms. The machines were pur- chased by the "M" Club with funds raised by selling candy, staging the"M" Club Review, and sponsor- ing the "M" Club Carnival. Juniors and seniors, having deserted "Misty Manhattan," left cleaning up to willing members of the sophomore class. Here, Gregory Risbrudt, Lynn Sweetland and Elizabeth Cad- well begin to disassemble the park garden. Sophomores as- sumed the responsibility of the project, thereby giving the juniors a chance to enjoy the rest of the evening. ,gf 1 if I Juniors Working before the skyline of "Manhattan," these four juniors work conscientiously putting finish- ing touches around one of the many trees that blossomed within the ballroom. Completing this tree are Bruce Gobar, Diane Salmon, Sandra Dexter, and Thomas At- kins. Several weeks were spent in preparing decorations. Serving punch to the couples and guests, hostesses from the sophomore class added to the prevailing atmosphere of the evening in "Manhattan" Three of the hostesses, proving to be useful and glamourous at the same time, are Susan Jack, Alida Miesen, and Karen LaFond. Enjoying the punch and talking over the evening's fun are James Kilau, Susan Dow, Janet Tiedeman, and Paul Miesen, Other hostesses for the evening, but not pictured, were Sharon Sandgren and Renee Josephson. Stage 'Misty Manhattan' for 777i:7S' 772m Aaffan g2'5x'N-fi!! 1 . ,M 7,-Z w - hh , l 'K 0 rr, K: N ja X N Ln Sightseeing in "Manhattan" one evening last spring were the iuniors and seniors, as this romantic city set the background for the i960 Junior-Senior Prom. The ballroom of the Hotel Lowry was trans- formed into a "Misty Manhattan" on Friday, May 13. Waltzes, tangos, foxtrots .... all these were part of the scene created while the soft music of Larry Fisher and his band drifted through the ballroom. As the clock struck twelve, the setting changed from the ballroom to Northwood Country Club where midnight dinner was served. The country club was reserved as part of the safety program set up by the students, parents, and faculty. Another safety precaution derived from this program was the four a.m. curfew. The prom chairmen, Susan Dow, Barbara l-losking, and Nancy Niemczyk, assisted by the chairmen and members of various committees worked for many weeks planning and preparing the 1960 Junior-Senior Prom. Below, Nancy Niemczyk, Julie Elliott, and Sharon Cravath are pictured with their escorts. Library Club Strives Behind The door of The library, a club striving Tor Tun, cooperation and serv- ice works willingly To produce an eTTi- cient Murray library. Advised by Miss Marion Gratz, Library Club members organized events including The initia- tion, The Book Week Tea, and The Pin Luncheon. For students desiring mem- bership in The club, preparatory classes were oTTered. The Theme "Going Places" Truly describes Their year. In a crowded corner of The library's workroom are L. C. officers Philip Hager, second vice president, Thomas Skovholt, s.. sergeant-at-arms, Susan Dow, president, Thomas Atkins, cor- responding secretary, Jeane Abraham, vice president, Susan Selbin, program chairman, Thomas Davies, Treasurer, and Sally Thorstenson, recording secretary. T if A . , Y Au g is I Guilty! This seems To be The verdict for Three initiates, JoAnn Merrill, Michael Bergmann, and Laura Lindorfer, at The Library Club initiation. Worried new members stood in The "line-up" while detectives, portrayed by L.C. olTicers, began The interrogation. After consulting with his fellow detectives, Thomas Atkins gives The decided sentence. 'K A Row 'l Ann Cerny, Ann Wall, Beverly Thompson, Susan Talbott, Mary Brasted, Linda Johnson, Kathleen Thoennes, Patricia Boyle, Mary Jo Slettom 0 Gary Kwong, Peter Rogness, Joan Enerson, JoAnn Kenny, Christiane Jeanneret, JoAnn Merrill, Caroline Hopp, Joan Paskewitz 0 Paul Morlock, Gary Wandmacher, Barbara Hosking, Kirk ShofTner, James Frost, John Mantis, Katherine Brown, Stephen Hartwick, Gerald Loney 0 Donald Razskazoff, David Mayer, Thomas Skovholt, Robert GriFl'in, Thomas Atkins, John Swanson, Victor Borgeson, Allyn Thurow. 48 To Achieve Year's Goals Built around Alice's famous trip through Won- derland, the T960 Book Week theme was "Won- derland of Books." Junior members of the club worked very hard to make a success of this week, inviting English classes to come to the library to vote on new books. Students from a ninth grade class are deciding which books will receive their vote. Climaxing the week was the annual Book Week Tea, when teachers and parents were hon- ored guests. Mhln at 4 Shiga ill During homeroom and be- tween class periods the library becomes a scene of mild con- fusion as students rush in to re- turn and check out books. The staff workers, senior members of the Library Club, are efficiently trained to keep the library run- ning smoothly throughout the day. TC73 C3 I S ,asf ....,,... 3. .st - Row 1 Carolyn McKay, Evelyn Busch, Carolyn Sandquist, Elaine Caldwell, Sally Thorstenson, Judith Hunt, Jean Lembke Laura Lindorfer, Victoria Bone 0 Judith Sweet, Kathryn Strenglis, Susan Selbin, Jeanne Abraham, Miss Marion Gratz Susan Dow, Sarah Souther, Mary White, Judith Treichel O Michael Christian, Richard Foster, Daniel Paskewitz, Richard Halvorson, Philip Hager, Michael Bergmann, Thomas Davies, Craig Crawford, Kuai Chang Cheng O Robert Zalk, Rich ard Talbott, Sigurd Haugan, Christopher Page, Ronald Kuhn, Russell Swanson, Thomas Swadburg, Fredric Syrdal, Lyle Malmberg. 49 Board Plans Friday Night Fun 'Qi Selected from the iunior class, the Canteen Board's task is to stage all of Murray's Canteens. The board originates all o the ideas for the dances and, by dividing into special committees, carries its plans out. The members are: Row T Jane Chr: tensen, Gary Wandmacher, Barbara Schreifels, Gregory Risbrudt, Mary Delger 0 Kevin Johnson, Susan Jack, Linda Johnsor Karen LaFond, Michael Christian 0 David Mayer, Linda Niemela, Barbara Nelson, Robert Zalk. s, Taking time out for a little fun while decorat- ing for a Christmas Canteen are Linda Niemela, Paul Waterman, David Mayer, and Karen LaFond. However, much hard work is spent as the hour of the dance approaches when the gymnasium must be transformed into a wonder- land. 50 Making a last-minute check on the record player before a Canteen are Michael Christian and Gary Wandmacher, while Jane Christensen and Barbara Schreifels choose the evening's musical selections. The Canteen Board provides game facili- ties in the cafeteria and maintains a pop stand for thirsty canteeners. Board advisors are Mr. Edward Datko and Mr. James Palmer. F.T.A. officers Carolyn Sand- etiii ?t g -1: xx, ' V r , .1 V it l M l --71 quist, secretary, Elaine Cald- well, president, Elizabeth Johnson, treasurer, Jeanne Abraham, program chairman, and Susan Johnson, vice-presi- dent, are in charge ot plan- ning and carrying out the meetings, as well as assigning members to classes. They are elected and installed at the end of their junior year to serve as officers in their sen- ior year. The ofhcers also represent Murray at the FTA. convention. Future Teachers Sample Career Future Teachers of America is an organi- zation for students who are interested in teaching as a career. Advised by Miss Louise Smith, the members help teachers by correct- ing papers and assisting with classes. In this way members gain an understanding ot what teaching has to offer as well as receiving valuable experience. Meetings are held once a month and consist of movies, speeches by special guests, and skits performed by l members. CUCUQ X 'i Proving that teaching does not only interest girls, Victor Borgeson and David Mayer End teaching this seventh grade English class a rewarding ex- perience. Here the 'teachers' assist Barbara Souther, Sarah Polson, and Lon Woodbury. The F.T.A. bulletin board is the place to find news on the latest F.T.A. hap- penings. Catching up on recent bul- letins are Linda Niemela and Ingrid Giving as JoAnn Larson posts the re- sults trom the latest F.T.A. assembly. Senior Band Row l Ruth Freeborg, Karen Jensen, Sharon Thistle, Margaret Wolf, Sandra Olson 0 Katherine Brown, Ann Wall, DeLores Ludwig, Diane Barthold, Priscilla Thurow, Gary Kwong, Joan Paskewitz, Raymond Schmidt, Thomas Barrows, Kenneth Rutford, Judith Baker 0 Alexandra Heron, Kathleen Baukol, Barbara Kerl, Jeanette Lofberg, Susan Lindgren, Alice Magnuson, Karen Lee, Sandra Tousley, Darlene Durant 0 Susan Mazzitello, Elizabeth Heron, Sharon McLean, Mary Jo Haugan, Karen Erickson, Barbara Rice, Dorothy Boland, Gayl Gayman, Jayne Hanson, Paul Rauden- bush, Barbara Schreifels I John Swanson, Carol Anker, Thomas Miller, Pamela Comstock, Carol Hendrickson, Judith Hunt, Kathleen Johnson, Kathleen Nielsen, Richard Erickson, Paul Waterman, Jane Timm O Richard Giertson, Michael Bergmann, Lorayne Knippenberg, Annette Gredvig, Jean Lembke, Caroline Hopp, Kenneth Keller, James Johnson, El- wood Enerson, Paul Neubrand, JoAnn Wagener. Band Keeps Spirit Alive Junior Band Row l Regina Huemoeller, Barbara Comstock, Jeanne Schenbert, Judith Stephenson, Thomas McDonald, Gretchen Halvorson, Susan Tuff, Elizabeth Hebbel, Deborah Watt, Mary Mixon, Jean Perlich 0 Roger Kwong, Russell McCracken, Gary Amunrud, Kathleen Kavanaugh, Joy Strane, Nancy Hunt, Kathy Lauerer, Mary lmbertson, William Barrick, James Sargent, Kathleen McKay, Roy Brohaugh, Richard Bone, Michael Broderick, David Hagen, Robert Hebbel 0 John Davies, Timothy Mixon, Ronald Swanson, John Bates, Kirby Johnson, Kerry Stein, LeRoy Wiger, William Slettom, Hugh CoFFman. Participating With Music 5.3 Acting as both a club and O a class, the bands elected l M. senior officers, Sandra Tous- ., - - Iey, president, Carol Anker, ' vice-president, Thomas Miller, 'MA ' , treasurer, Annette Gredvig, n v A secretary, and junior otticers, J Susan Tuff, president, Timothy ci... Mixon, vice-president, Mar- W garet DeWitt, secreary, David ll Hagen, treasurer. 'AT R' Murray's iunior and senior bands play an essential role in building school spirit. Appearing at football, hockey, and basketball games, the senior band adds volume to cheers and performs during intermissions. By occasionally playing for other schools which do not have bands, it builds good will for Murray. The senior band also appears at community functions on Memorial Day and the Fourth of July. In the spring, both bands iointly presented a band concert with selections ranging from novelty tunes to classical music. Proceeds from this concert were used to purchase instruments and music. Murray's band received drums and music from Mechanic Arts High School when their band activities were discon- tinued. 5 "Will they fit?" This seems to be what Judith Hunt is asking Paul Waterman and Carol Hendrickson as they anxiously help her unpack the new slacks. The members of the senior band held a candy sale, rais- ing money to purchase the slacks and to provide sweaters for new members. as if? its fri si Barbara Schreifels has become the center of atten- tion as she takes a 'rest' during one of the flag and baton twirlers' practice hours. While Judith Baker, Darlene Durant, Sandra Olson, and Margaret Wolf seem to be enioying her predicament, Barbara gladly accepts a helping hand from Sharon Thistle. 53 0 Queen Sandy, selected from the five candidates at the end of a hard week of campaigning, smiles as she sits on her throne. The green- eyed brunette reigned graciously over the Homecoming festivities of l96O. The week began with the selection of the candidates and ended with the football game and Homecoming dance. Suspense, Thrills, Excitement Homecoming week brings the fun ot house to house campaigning. Eagerly making posters and planning pub- licity are Darlene Durant, Raymond Schmidt, Carol Anker, Carol Hendrickson, Karen Lee, and Diane Kuiawa. 54 gp'-G William Dow looks as though he might have to buy more than one Homecoming button as Deborah Bergstrom, Joan Laurer, and Linda Johnson each attempt to make a sale. Exchanging hopes for the week's outcome are Homecoming managers Christopher Page James Frost Thomas Davies Michael Baukol, and Roger Spooner Campaigning began with the presentation assembly when each of the tive proud managers introduced his candidate Although much of the campaign strain was reduced by excluding the parade managers still worked constantly throughout the week Form A Week To Remember Murray's i960 Homecoming queen candidates Sally Thorstenson, San- dra Tousley, Julie Elliott, Elaine Caldwell, and Susan Selbin were the highlight of the week's events. Selected by the members of the sen- ior class through a poll taken in homerooms, the five excited and happy girls received parental per- mission and began planning their campaigns. wt HOW Q- ,J C0 QQ Q 0 6 Q -i- JJ Q f ,S I9 60 0 fa", 55.3.93 xi. LA-isprg fx 3447? l: : XQ?l 4Q GQAND Cf' 'Vs Representing And Improving ,M-vw-A Council Gains A group at senior high students comprised of two representatives from each homeroom meets monthly to improve school life and spirit. This organization is the Student Coun- cil guided by Mr. George Rose. Responsibility of various projects rests on the Student Coun-cil. In order tor Murray to sponsor an American Field Service student, the Council headed a collection drive to- gether with special assemblies for Community Chest and March of Dimes contributions, in cooperation with the journalism department, it published the Student Directory. Climaxing a project begun last year, the Student Coun- cil campaigned to renew spirit and enthusi- asm with a new school song. The Council's largest project is the annual Sno'-Foolin' Week. The annual March of Toys assembly, spon- sored by the Student Council, is another of the major undertakings ot this organization. Each homeroom filled a gaily wrapped box with gifts and placed it under the tree. Pre- paring the toys tor distribution to needy children are Ann Marie Kowitz, Richard Ulvin, and Kenneth Caldwell. Experience An important duty ot any club officer is knowing the correct and most efficient meth-ods of club organization. To become better acquainted with the rules ot par- liamentary procedure for future business meetings of their Student Council, the junior high ototicers look to the library and its many excellent references. Having found books to answer all their questions, Carol Balcome, secretary, Stephen John- son, treasurer, Kenneth Caldwell, president, and Melody Milburn, vice-president, are making sure ot their knowledge. The junior high school Student Council, playing an important role in the lives of seventh, eighth, and ninth graders, works with the senior Council to become an etticient rep- resentative body. Student Council Lights, camera, action! Senior high otticers had an opportunity to test their dramatic ability when they were invited by K.T.C.A. G1-it Television to represent the Council. Mr. Rose and the oFficers were the stars of the show in which they were questioned about the policies and activities ot the Murray High School Student Council. Seated at the desk are Michael Weihrauch, Beverly Thompson, station moderator Mr. Richard Morrison, Julie Elliott, and Thomas Davies. sis Stu. Council RoonQ Room 3X is the place where Student Council officers act on important business. The officers are Thomas Davies, president, Julie Elliott, vice-president, Beverly Thompson, secretary, and Michael Weihrauch, treasurer. Murray's Council was represented by Julie and Thomas at a state convention in Alexandria, Minnesota. ri L" xiii 3- "Hold it!" Student Council hall monitors Richard Talbott and Michael Baukol are just doing their duty as they try to stop Mark Bauer, Timothy Mixon, Hugh Cott- man, and Richard Allred from entering the tirst floor hall during -third lunch. Hall monitors are stationed in various places around the school during the three lunches to enforce school lunch-time rules, l Allis' M if will huitwi 3, 'f , 7 aww U Y i X in +V Learning Together, Members lv HA in F K ,rm-x A i uv' 5 fs., tghxikufl -3.51 1 ky, ' 1. K ii Hx get N , ,N . .fs 5 v.+5iLl'i " - , ix, .3 . , i 12 Jai? bf J vr st 5' E5 is ii .. A as , Row 'I Anne McCulley, JoAnn Merrill, Nancy Poye, Agnes Morck, Esther Orf, Charlotte Clarke, Catherine Broderick, Gena Smith, Mark Bauer O Carol Hendrickson, Mary Solstad, Jeanine Smith, Alexandra Heron, John Bauer, Judith Sweet, Elizabeth Heron, Christiane Jeanneret, Caroline Hopp, Mrs. Mary Burks O Jane Christensen, Erin O'Brien, Mari- lyn Briggs, Ann Clements, Kathleen Thoennes, Susan Jack, Joan Karner, Beth Johnson, Virginia Braa O John Sweet, Joanne Thoennes, Gary Anderson, Jon Schmugge, Leon Narvaez, Daniel Paskewitz, Mary Wooding, Jeanne Cannons Virginia Maas, Marcia Allred. Study Spanish Countries Preparing the Pinata are officers Marcia Allred, program chairman, Beth Johnson, president, Christiane Jeanneret, vice-president, Kathleen Thoennes, program chairman. Not pictured is Ann McCulley, secretary. 58 O Cu yffkvk 800111512 I b Seeking a better understanding of people who speak the language they study, the Spanish Club meets month- ly to learn more about the customs and beliefs of Spanish-speaking coun- tries. Meetings consisted of a special guest from South America, films on Spain, and other interesting pro- grams. This organization also observes some of the Spanish customs, such as the traditional breaking of the Pinata at the Christmas meeting. New Sight: German Club The German Club is lvlurray's newest organization. However, be- ing new has not seemed to hinder its progress. Under the supervision of Mrs. Nancy Peterson, members of the club attended meetings tea- turing guest speakers, and slides and movies of Germany. A special city-wide German Club meeting, held at Macalester College in the fall, was on activity at which Mur- ray's club was represented. 3' ffikm Planning meetings and proiects for the club is the duty ot German Club otificers. Discussing the agenda for a meeting are Paul Waterman, president, Jean Lembke, vice-president, Susan Hunt, secretary, Gayl Gayman, program chairman, and Carolyn Storaasli, treasurer. Young Club Studies Language 550053 Row 'I Joan Paskewitz, Meridee Sorensen, Judith Jensen, Sylvia Spandau, Karen Allman, Janet Barsch, Ardith Sven ning, Helene Johnson, Mariorie Sautter I Mrs. Nancy Peterson, Lois Poltin, Mary Perlich, Margaret Kurz, Susan Hunt Victoria Rupp, Anne Boyd, Joan Coffman, Margaret Wolf, Karen Lee, Gary Kwong 0 Ann Cerny, Nancy Gisvold, Mary Jo Haugan, Karen Schroeder, Ingrid Giving, Victoria Bone, Sandra Gunsell, Beverly Thompson, Karen Wachholz, Gayl Gayman, Karen Erickson 0 Frederick Kurz, Earl Orf, James Nylund, Craig Crawford, Nicholas Schneider, Susan John son, Joan Kampa, Carolyn Storaasli, Lorayne Knippenberg, Linn Thompson, Jean Lembke 0 Kirk Shoffner, Patrick Hal vorsen, Joseph Kaufert, Jon Schmugge, Wayne Ewy, Paul Waterman, Fredric Syrdal, David Mayer, Richard Halvorson, Leon Narvaez, Kay Eddy. 59 Cadettes Serving the school by assisting teachers and or- ganizations, Business Cadettes receive a taste of business careers. In addition to being of value to the school, the Cadettes enioy activities and projects of their own throughout the year. A field trip to the telephone company acquainted them with the op- portunities available. Climaxing the year's activities, new otticers were installed at the annual spring breakfast. ... WMM.. .H-W.-..W....-..-.... Phyllis Cownie and Mary Kul- vich check the mimeograph ma- "Ulr- chine before covering it, while June Sorenson, Nancy Garling, and Donna Hermes examine the results of their efforts. Mimeographing needed by fac- ulty members is willingly done. Making use of the ditto ma- chine are Joan Montgomery and Mary Ann Schreifels, while Na- dette Rostvit, Karen Soderlund and Judith Owens check through the card file. Fudge For Sale 4 4 Once a month the Business Ca- dettes hold a fudge sale to raise money for the treasury. The fudge is made at home by the Cadettes and sold throughout the day. Martha Vong checks out the ma- terials necessary for making the fudge to Deborah Bergstrom and Sally Thorstenson. 60 ain E perience By Serving Business Cadettes officers are ff. i w the nucleus of this organization. if i 'lr--,S--M1 Working with Miss Eleanor Steel- ff' V- smith and Miss Valborg Helseth, they make the Cadettes an efficient service organization to the school. Playing one of the new records M used for dictating purposes are iilt Shirley Webber, treasurer, Karen Anderson, program chairman, Jane .f - :fx - Timm, president, Carol Anker, 1 X secretary, Sylvia Ellingson, vice- , ,,.- .f- I ' president, and Annette Gredvig, , ,,, 1 llir program chairman. i f lltt mmqlduugdnww A s adn 1 A v vvmgooeos During the Christmas season, Business Cadettes hold a dessert luncheon for the staff members of Murray. Cadettes prepare the dessert themselves and serve it during the three lunch periods. Room 312 is beau- tifully decorated for this occasion. Susan Dow makes a few last minute arrangements of the table before Betty Cadwell and Nancy Budde put on the place cards. Fol- lowing the luncheon the advisors presented each member with a Christmas gift symboliz- ing Business Cadettes. r Jiffy, f X11 N ,U gt X, , A . i cg, Typing is an important iob of each Business Cadette. Being accurate typists leads to the use of other machines, such as the dictaphones which Crystal Hasse and Janet Bantle are making use of. Crystal also uses an elec- tric typewriter for greater speed, Marilyn Bever works with the adding machine to compute totals, while Carole Freier checks her work with Catherine Christensen. +.,.,r' .,,- V Choirs Lift Voi Singing and sampling music for possible use by the choir are the officers Kathryn Strenglis, second vice-president, Susan Dow, first vice-president, Joseph Schaaf, treasurer, Donald Steinle, president, and Sally Thorsten- son, secretary. Blended voices of the octet entertain var- ious school and civic functions. Members of the octet, Bryan Pitts, Susan Johnson, James Stromberg, Alida Miesen, Donald Steinle, Cheryl Grecco, Michael Gregory, and Mary Jo Slettom, are shown performing at Mur- ray's Christmas assembly. T re ces In Song Music, music, music can be heard from behind the door of room 309 where the senior choir members prepare performances under the direction of Mrs. Helen McGeever. The choir performs at assembles, puts on the Spring Concert, and, with the coopera- tion of the speech department, the Christmas program for students and members of the PTA. During the Christmas season, both junior and senior choirs carol in the halls. The senior choir also participates in the an- nual St. Paul Christmas Choral Pageant. Arriving in January, Mr. Ronald McGinnis, substitute instructor, immediately began se- lecting music and directing rehearsals for the Spring Concert. His efforts were rewarded with the enthusiasm and spirit of all choir members. 101. Bringing Entertainment To All Row 1 Julene Nelson, Trudy Fales, Mary McDiarmid, Dolores Swensgard, Meredith Razskazoff, Janice Skidum, Barbara Turn- quist O Faye Cornelissen, Leigh Ann Blume, Mary Hokanson, Linda Rae Mur- ray, Ann Marie Kowitz, Kathleen McKay, Margaret Swanson, Margaret Mullin, Susan Allison, Christine Jensen, Wayne Rees 0 Carol King, Elizabeth White, Patti Poye, Patricia Thurow, Linda Dun- wald, Patricia Shatto, Lois Peterson, Rich- ard Souther, lrene Semiorozum, Jean Gallagher I Nancy Trower, Susan Razs- kazoff, Cheryl Woodbury, Natalie Blume, Adrienne Anderson, Sylvia Spandau, Charlotte Patoile, Elise Hagen, Sonya Shoffner, Christine Shulstad, Sandra Mc- Neill, Patricia Leslie O June Anderson, Mariann Krinke, Anne Boyd, Rosemary Wirtz, Joyce Johnson, Marilyn Hansen, Joan Freeman, Susan Tselos, Kathryn Hartwick, Mary Cerny, Marilyn Nuebrand. Row 1 Pamela Roan, Carole Benson, Louise Duren, Linda Gronert, Charlotte Koeper, Jane Wolens, Kenneth Auld, William Johnson I Mrs. Helen McGeever, Michael Clark, Janice Aydt, Sarah Mae Polson, Jill Lind, Regina Huemoeller, Kathleen Kavenaugh, Carol Balcome, John Kuiawa 0 James Wolf, Josephine An- derson, Marcia Baukol, Margaret Pome- roy, Erva Snyder, Linda Rozenberg, David Nelson, Ruth Anderson, Diann Gast, Euge- nia DeMars O Leslie Curtiss, Terry Cut- komp, Marilyn Lucian, Larry Hasse, Steven Bailey, Barbara Kruger, Connie Englund, Carol Christianson, Susan Schroeder, Jeanne Scherbert, Betty Bauman I Mark Peterson, Mary Solstad, Margaret Adolph- sen, Linda Prong, Diana Kuiawa, Richard Larkin, Margaret Hagen, Diana Hoftman, Mary Hayes, Patricia Trammell. Wa Junior Choir , , et , , y -t -T fw , . X c at as L , is - it T T, jp g J' 5' i t . ir ,,s r J, 0 is r ' 1 5 J , - J so n N- ,, 5 - 5- A enoooonls- A ff T" 'fi 0 0 O eg ,s.,,,,wr" ,vi-xv rf' , ' f . 1 iiilii i i ii ,,ts. Senior Choir Row 'l Joan Kruskopf, Mariorie Sautter, Alida Miesen, Sharyll Givans, Joan Montgomery, Jeanette Friesen, Michael Christian, Kenneth Koeper, Mrs. Helen McGeever, Joseph 4 Schaaf, James Stromberg, Mary White, Kathryn Strenglis, Jeannine Reutler, Sandra Jensen O Linda McKillips, Joanne " Scholz, Shirley Sandburg, Nancy Garling, Linda Teig, Nancy Auld, Judith Sweet, Barbara Wilke, John Snodgrass, Lawr- ence Davies, Brian Gregory, Marilyn Briggs, Glenda Peter- son, Susan Dow, Susan McDonald, Cheryl Grecco, Sharon Sandgren O Judith Treichel, Barbara Lembke, Sally Schlae- ger, Linda Hillstrom, Marilyn MUYHD, Shirley Webber, Lei- lani Petersen, Harold Gammel, Daniel Pranke, Bryan Pitts, James Warner, Carolyn Sandquist, Priscilla Hager, Carole Barthold, Mary Jo Slettom, Marilyn Miller I Janet Tiede- man, Nancy Niemczyk, Kathleen Webber, Janet Paulson, Kathleen Weber, Susan Kearkowski, Karen Anderson, Susan Johnson, Judith Carlson, Richard Giertson, Michael Gregory, Donald Steinle, Naomi Frost, Carole Paquette, Judith Owens, Sally Thorstenson, Ingrid Giving, Dorothy Trapp, Susan Smith. Persuading every senior to keep the picture- taking deadline required the continuous efforts of The Pilot senior section editors Mary Ruth White and Mary Stoskopf. Here they are happily confirming the report that every senior student has been accounted for. After their section dead- line was met, senior editors assisted with the in- dex, a tiring iob of checking and double checking page numbers and names. .s .. gps if 41 ' r .4 64 Pilot Staff Working on The 1961 Pilot's first dead- line are co-editors Janet Tiedeman and Susan Selbin. They are responsible for the opening section, division pages, and facul- ty section, in addition to checking all ma- terial before it is sent to the engraver. Their busy schedule includes trips to the en- graver and printer. This year the editors have been required to double as copy and proof readers. All phases of The Pilot's distribu- tion are carried out by the business staff. Accountant Betty Caldwell, assistant business manager Donald Smith, and business manager Richard Lien are shown going over subscriptions to The 1961 Pilot. The business end of The Pilot's production includes organizing the subscription and collection drives, meeting with Pilot agents to instruct them on procedures, and record- ing and balancing all money mat- ters. All Pilot expenditures and profits must be checked with the manag- ers and recorded by the account- ant. Creates '61 Memory Book Members ot the Pilot staff, together with Mr. John Lape, worked diligently to produce Volume 22 ot the Murray annual. Long range planning, tight schedules, pressing deadlines, loads ot pic- tures, and copy and more copy all resulted in The 1961 Pilot, portraying memories obtained by Murrayites while "Traveling Through i96l." Activities editors Kathryn Strenglis, Jan Larson, and Barbara Hosking are in charge ot the larg- est section of The Pilot. ln addition to composing and typing pages of copy, their duties include planning, scheduling, and supervising pictures taken tor the School Lite and Activities section. Accurate descriptions and results ot all the year's sports events are recorded in the sports section ot The Pilot. This requires the attendance ot sports editors at all major sport events. Shown "on the scene" at a basketball game are the i961 Pilot sports editors Rich- ard Foster, Mary Ann Schreitels, and John Duncan. Standing behind, Daniel Torgersen, student photographer, receives instructions for an action shot. 3 ' itt to 'Glumps' Invacle Showcase A To Promote Pilot Drive Intriguing characters, the "glumps," were created by ,w,,.9L fi ,it rl' statt members to encourage payments for The 1961 Pilot. in members in the showcase Arranging the display are Carole Freier, art editor, r Jeanne Abraham and Susan Johnson, class editors, and Elaine Caldwell and Karen Soderlund, advertising editors. Having completed their section in the tirst deadline, Jeanne and Susan assisted in compiling the student-taculty index. ' The "glumps" were introduced to students and faculty 7c:.f , ' I we . . . . ,,--., 65 Seniors Present Comedy Mrs. Wheeler . . . ....A.... Nancy Niemczyk Sandra Dexter Mrs. Wheeler .. . Carole Freier-Evelyn Busch Mr. Wheeler ,.,., Kurt Wagner-Joseph Kaulert Aunt Fern .Sharyll Givans-Charlotte Howard Aunt Lettie .. ... .. ..,. . Susan Mazzitello Mary Ann Schreitels Ada ...Deborah Bergstrom-Sharon Cravath Lisa ...., .,,,, L ynne Dahlen-Jackie Hembree Ruby .... . .. Bonnie Brown-Barbara Hosking Heidi .....,.. Jane Hakensen-Karen Soderlund Jeannie ,.... ,... S andra Tousley-Adair Murray Terri .... ,,..,. . .,.,,.,..,.r,,.... Mary Stoskopt Vince .. . .. .. . . James Frost-James Leith Alvin ,..,.. Richard Ulvin-Michael Weihrauch Miles Doughton . ..,, ,... P aul Waterman Kirk Sholslner Evan Doughton .. .,.,. Richard Halvorson John Vollmer Ellen ,...,...,. ,..,. E lizabeth Perlich Jane ,,,,,...,.,, . ..,. . ... ........ Martha Vong Conductor ..,, . . ..,. ,..,.,. Richard Timm Telephone Operator .. . ..,,.,, Marcia Manke Newsboy .... .,,....,.,.........,... D avid Barthold Meg Wheeler's relatives meet her tuture husband in this final scene of the matinee performance. The players are Sharyll Gi- vans, Susan Mazzitello, Joseph Kautert, Evelyn Busch, Nancy Niemczyk, and Paul Waterman. "Ask Any Girl," a comedy in three acts by Winitred Wolte, was presented by the l96l Senior Class on February l-2. Set in the lobby ot a girl's hotel in New York, the story was based on the experiences ot a small town girl iust out of college in search ot a iob and a husband. There were two separate casts tor the per- formances, causing rehearsals to last for two months. Each cast practiced alternate nights ot the week under the direction of Miss Florence Vest, speech advisor. Make-up, hair styling, and costuming all play an important part in staging the sen- ior class play. Here, members ot the evening cast Charlotte Howard, Sandra Dexter, Lynne Dahlen, Mary Ann Schreitels, Debor- ah Bergstrom, and prompter Erin O'Brien make tinal preparations before curtain time. Participating in various programs and assemblies is an important part of Dramatic Club's activities, Under the supervision of Miss Florence Vest, the club also assisted in the production of the senior class play. A committee of senior dramatic club members holds try-outs for in- terested students, who select and present their own readings. New members are chosen from these students. Dramatic Club officers Adair Murray, president, Sherwood Pom- eroy, vice-president, Barbara Hos- king, program chairman, and Bonnie Brown, secretary-treasurer, review their program before a club meeting. 1:3215 'All The World' A Stag ' "Twas a dark and stormy night," chant Mary Stoskopf, Karen Soderlund, Nancy Niemczyk, and Sandra Tousley, as they portray the old story of Nellie, the farmer's daughter, and the desperate villain. At the first meeting of the year, these club members performed this skit as part of the program welcoming new members. Club members presented a variety of skits and readings for entertainment at club meetings throughout the year. vfsfgw Practice makes perfect realize Dramatic Club members Michael Weihrauch, Mary Kulvich, and Donald Razskazotf. The tape recorder proves very important since it provides an opportunity for individual improvement in speech per- formances. Participants in the spring state-wide speech contest also used the recorder for detecting and correcting faults in their presentations. King candidafes from The senior class Paul lvliesen, Thomas Skovholf, John Duncan, Roberf Griffin, and John lvlanTis paTienTly avvaif The beginning of The coronafion as- sembly. Wifh arTificial snow flakes, vvinfer murals, and crepe paper sfreamers, sTudenTs Trans- formed The gym info The winfery scene everyone had hoped for oufside. Working To achieve This effecf are Virginia Braa, David BarThold, James Dexfer, and Kafhleen Duncan. Gaiefy Prevails Frolic and fun filled lvlurray's campus despife The snovvless days prevailing Throughouf Sno' Foolin' Week, February l3-l7. ExciTemenT began when candldafes for royalTy and The firsT Treasure clue vvere revealed in The Murcurie. Sno' Foolin' Day concluded The week's fesfivifies vviTh The coronafion assembly, followed by indoor and ouT- door sporTs, and The junior and senior "Sno' Balls" in The evening. All The merry-making vvas The resulf of much planning by Sfudenf Council commiffees. "Down They go," laugh prince candidafes Elwood En- erson, Patrick Broderick, Lean- der Lipperf, Terrance ShusTer, and Kennefh Caldvvell, as They enioy The amusing expressions on The faces of princess candidafes Kafherine Boyle, Margaref Adolphsen, Diane Barfhold, Karen Sands, and Kimberly Condie. These candi- dafes were chosen from The freshman class To represenf The junior high. 8 -A., 2 . if Graciously awaiting the revealing moment ot the nearing coronation, senior queen candidates Susan Johnson, Christiane Jean- neret, Susan Dow, Mary Ann Schreitels, and Jeanne Abraham relax amid the throne dec- orations on the stage. Over Snowless Sno' Foolin' King John and Queen Chris Before a tense and anxious audience, Miss Patricia Doycher, first lady in waiting to the i961 Queen ot Snows, bestowed the titles of king and queen to John Duncan and Christiane Jeanneret. Sharing the maiestic throne were Prince Patrick Broderick and Princess Kath- erine Boyle. After donning their royal attire, King John and Queen Chris conveyed their sincere thanks to the audience. Queen Chris, American Field Service student from Switzer- land, added, "I never dreamed l would be an American queen." uw,-mm. Enjoying the only Sno' Day outdoor ac- tivity, Alida Miesen acts as otticial in the hockey game between Martin Brandt, Greg- ory Risbrudt, John Bauer, and Gerald Crowell. The tun is iust about to begin as Alida drops the puck tor the opening face-otl. Movies, ping pong, and volley ball were other activities provided tor those who did not wish to go skating and could not go to- bogganing or skiing because of the lack ot snow. 69 Cheerleaders Promote Spirit Seven exuberant Murray lasses were chosen at the annual spring tryouts for their personalities and cheerleading abilities. Under the guidance of Mrs. Patricia Frit- sche, the girls practiced diligently to perfect old and new routines. This was an unusually young group with only one senior member, Julie Elliott. The cheerleaders' dance, the "Murray Round-Up," was held in January to raise funds for their treasury. An enioyable addition to the cheering squad was the cheerleaders' mascot Timmy Broderick. Wearing a gold "M" on his white sweatshirt and a first year bar on his sleeve, he performed cheers with the cheerleaders at athletic events. Right, Sandra Jensen, Kathleen Baukol, and Julie Elliot are giving Timmy a few pointers before going through a cheer at a basketball game. Below, Sandra Jensen, Gayl Gayman, Elizabeth Frost, Julie Elliott, Kathleen Niel- sen, Kathleen Baukol, and Susan Hunt lead fans at Central stadium in support of the football team. at V..-. . -V : - If w.mM.f cm 1 -,c5fz.1'Wf.f. ..' ts. :.,.1-vw ' -:ff Girls' League, advised by W Miss Gladys Rose, is an organ- ization for girls from grades nine through twelve. Repre- sentatives are elected from each homeroom to collect dues and keep the girls informed on activities. Right, ofticers Julie Elliott, president, Susan Hunt, treasur- er, Beverly Thompson, secre- tary, Jeanne Abraham, vice- president, and Sandra Tousley, program chairman, discuss plans for the coming meeting. --MV. t TJ' , x Ei Interests Widened By League 1 G. 1 3 New Members Initiated Skirts worn inside out, hair styled in at least twenty little braids, and two different shoes on their feet were the initiation requirements for Girls' League. Senior "big sisters" had the privilege of checking up on freshmen initiates. Here Nancy Garling, senior, checks Carol Pier- mantier's shoes and skirt while Janice Brown has her braids counted by senior Carol Johnson. Y Girls' League members traveled "around the world" in sixty minutes at the February meeting when Mur- ray girls who previously lived or traveled in foreign countries showed slides, pictures and costumes, and commented on their experiences. Left, Christiane Jeanneret, Amer- ican Field Service exchange stu- dent, models a Swiss costume while Agnes Morck discusses the Colum- bian costumes worn by Barbara Lembke and Priscilla Hager with Carolyn Storaasli, who lived in Scotland and Germany. f-wg Latin Scholars Cain Knowledge Largest of Murray's language clubs, 5 Latin Club, advised by Mr. Bill Addison, 5 is comprised of students taking first, L second, and third year Latin. Studying this basic language will leave a lasting imprint on Latin Club members since they acquaint themselves with many - words from which their own language is derived. Latin Club assists students in realizing the importance at the Latin language and is also the means by which they become better acquainted with the customs and traditions at the ancient Romans. Activities include election of otflicers, initiation ot new members in the fall, and a ioint meeting with the Spanish Club. was M wx. At the lett are ottlcers Barbara Lembke, aedileg Emily Andersen, scribe, Thomas Thorstenson, quaestor, and Wil- liam Mantis, consul. Row 1 Melody Milburn, Mildred Vong, Karen Sands, Coral Berge, Janice Brown, Jane Shotffner, Susan Brown 0 Nancy Trower, Mary Miller, Kimberly Condie, Kayleen Ed., David Coad, Katherine Boyle, Jenny Chambers, Delbert Cecchi O Leander Lippert, Barbara Lembke, Carole Barthold, Ann Hartwick, Joan Enerson, Jo Ann Kenny, Susan Lindgren, Joan Freeman, Radina Jensen. 72 Row 'l Katherine DeWitt, Emily Andersen, Barbara Rice, Susan Smith, Susan McDonald, Barbara Nelson O Patricia Tram- mell, Marilyn Hansen, Robert Fodness, Kathleen Barrick, Patricia Boyle, Mary Jo Slettom, Janet Le Clair O Terry Shuster, Barclay Brasted, William Mantis, Mark Thompson, Richard Hahnen, Peter Rogness, Charles Nightingale, Dennis Hays. By Reviving Ancient Language Row 'l Beverly Thompson, Linda Prong, Carol Bradford, Marilyn Neubrand, Pamela Comstock, Mary Mullin, Carol Pier- mantier, Susan Talbott, Mr. Bill Addison O John Bates, Kathleen Baukol, Elizabeth Frost, Priscilla Hager, Carolyn Storaasli, Linda Johnson, Linn Thompson, Barbara Turnquist O Duane Jensen, Louis DeWitt, Russell Swanson, David Hallen, Gary Anderson, Thomas Thorstenson, Raymond Jensen, Ronald Kuhn. 73 Row 'I Thomas Davies, John Mantis, David Steen, Jeffrey Beyer, Richard Foster, John Duncan, Mr. Robert Ritter I Philip Hager, Donald Razskazoff, William Engebretson, Richard Lien, Michael Weihrauch, Roger Johnson, David Pietsch I Richard Coad, Charles Rosecrans, Robert Griffin, Thomas Skovholt, William Davis, Paul Miesen, Wayne Ewy O Russell Swanson, Christopher Page, Richard Giertson, Thomas Atkins, Jon Schmugge, Daniel Torgersen, Michael Pearson, School Cheers Lettermen Deserving athletes of Iviurray's "Olympics" are honored Twin City talent is presented and the "M" Club dance, by membership in the "lvl" Club. ln order tor athletes to "Ivlan's World." This dance is held for students and club become lettermen, individual requirements for each sport alumni. must be tultilled. Letters are awarded to qualifying sports- The club was led this year by ofticers John Duncan, men at a spring letter assembly. president, Thomas Skovholt, vice-president, Robert Grit- ln order to raise money, the "M" Club sponsors two tin, secretary, Charles Rosecrans, treasurer, John Vollmer, maior protects, these are the "lvl" Club Review at which sergeant-at-arms, and advised by Mr. Robert Ritter. Row 1 John Snodgrass, Michael Sullivan, Gary H. Anderson, Richard Timm, Richard Carlson, Donald Smith, Earl Orf, Donald Pautz O Michael Bergmann, James Frost, Roger Spooner, David Frauenshuh, James Freeman, Robert Nelson, Fred- erick Kurz 0 Kirk Shoffner, Dennis Tellander, John Campbell, Joseph Kaufert, Richard Halvorson, James Hughes, Gregory Page, Mark Thompson 0 Donald Steinle, Michael Baukol, Kurt Wagener, John Vollmer, Thomas Walls, Gary J. Anderson, William Freeman. Murray Journalists Honored After the initiation ceremony, new and old members gather in room 209 for lunch. New initiates Jeanne Abra- ham, Susan Johnson, Mary Stoskopt, and Barbara Hos- king help themselves to the hearty meal, including giant submarine sandwiches with all the trimmings, which was prepared by Quill and Scroll otticers. Students who qualify by rank- ing in the top one-third ot their class and holding a position on either the Murcurie or Pilot staff are honored by membship in Quill and Scroll, the interna- tional honor society tor high school iournalists. Mr. John Lape, iournalism instructor, ad- vises Murray's chapter. A healthy toast to Quill and Scroll is given by members Dan- iel Paskewitz, Robert Nelson, Christopher Page, Michael Pear- son, and Kirk Shoffner after the initiation ceremony, Preparing speeches and making further arrangements for the luncheon initiation held in February are Quill and Scroll olticers Richard Foster, treasurer, Janet Tiedeman, vice-presi- dent, Susan Selbin, secretary, and Christopher Page, president. Ofticers' plans were carried out with the lunch- eon and initiation of new members Dorothy Trapp, Barbara Hosking, Jan Larson, Jeanne Abraham, Susan John- son, Mary Stoskopt, and Mary Ruth White, Other members include Bonnie Brown, Susan Dow, James Frost, Coro- lyn McKay, Robert Nelson, Daniel Pas- kewitz, Michael Pearson, Lois Poltin, and Kirk Shottner. 75 Proiectioneers Run The Show Ready Lights! Up C Important to Murray's assem- blies and numerous other programs on the stage is the stage force. The members are in charge ot building scenery, working microphones and spotlights, and setting the stage in order tor presentations. The stage force is chosen by Mr. Alexander Heron, advisor, from boys who have an interest in this type of work. Members are assigned to ditterent periods of the day, ready to give assistance whenever they are needed. Membership in stage force is open to boys ot all grades. Putting up scenery for the 196i senior class play are members John Dow, Michael Christian, Ray- mond Warner, John Vollmer, Law- rence Nora, and Allyn Thorow. Not pictured is James Kiiau. 76 'Let 'er RolI!' In capable hands ot projection crew members is the operation of many projectors and recorders used by teachers as an aid to students tor subject understanding. Pro- jection crew members are chosen, one member and an alternate from each class, to assist teachers in presenting interesting phases ot subjects using movies and records. The opaque projector is also an ettective method of showing ma- terials to classes. N Projection crew consists ot 77 members trom seventh grade through twelfth grade and is ad- vised by Mr. John Mather. Examining their newest addition, the overhead projector, are Gary Anderson, Steven Hartwick, James Lewis, and David Hallen. urtain. School Supplies Sold Here Judith Hunt, Gerald Laney, and Raymond Jensen are hap- py to find all their school ma- terials needed for the year in the Book Store. Supplying their needs are salesgirls Crys- tal Hasse and Jane Timm, who were taught their selling and bookkeeping techniques by Miss Eleanor Steelsmith. 1 i f: X QW Third Floor Store Sought By Students Helpful at one time or another to all Murray students, is the small room on the third floor known as the Book Store. Because it is stocked with all essen- tial supplies students may need, including writing materials and workb-ooks for English and science courses, the Book Store has proven to be a very suc- cessful enterprise. Open before school and during lunch periods, the store is convenient and easily accessible to all students. At the end of each day, money that has been taken in is turned over to Miss Eleanor Steel- smith, faculty advisor, and taken to the bank by Dennis Hays. Pleased with their salesmanship ability, Crystal Hassie and Jane Timm count the day's receipts iust before closing the Book Store. Crystal and Jane, the store's only salesgirls, main- tain the store as one of their service projects for Business Cadettes. 77 Murcurie Nine publicafions of The 1960-6l Mur- curie were under The supervision of co- edifors Carolyn McKay and Lois Polfin. As edifors-in-chief, They are responsible for page make-up and arTicles on page one and musf approve The final copy for every page before iT goes To press. Leff, Carolyn and Lois examine The con- Tenfs of The filing drawers which conTain maTerials for each page. AfTer each monTh's issue has been circulaTed, sTaff members can be seen busily preparing for The nexT Murcurie. Concenfrafing on new ideas for page Two is Chris- Topher Page, feaTure edifor. Ex- change edifor Jane Hakensen posfs assignmenfs, while James Ander- son, special reporfer, and James Frosf, feafure edifor, discuss news- papers from oTher schools. Page Three of The Murcurie is The responsibilify of Kirk Shoffner and Bonnie Brown, news ediTors. Here, Kirk, copy reader Susan Dow, and Bonnie check measuremenTs. Susan also assisfs in wriTing various news articles. .. . .fel "if 1 . N . rc . X 4, mf A A .. Z3 . vs . One issue of The Murcurie in- volves many hours of hard work for each member of The sTaFf. Page plans rnusf be drawn, news gaThered, sfories wriTTen, and copy read. Affer The final copy is sent, an edifor from each page goes To The prinTer and checks The copy for errors. This is The lasf look before The presses roll. The complefed papers are Then refurned for dis- TribuTion To subscribers. wr si. . r Under The direcfion of Mr. John Lape, staff advisor and journalism Teacher, firsf year journalism sTu- denfs assisf edifors by conTribuTing sfories for The Murcurie. Staff Gathers, Records News Sorting out the newly arrived Murcuries Tor circulation is one of The maior duties of the Murcurie's business staff. Working before school in order to get the papers ready in time tor homeroom are Robert Zalk, assistant business manager, Patricia Boyle, assistant circulation manager, and Daniel Paskewitz, business manager. Caro- lyn McKay is circulation manager. The subscription drive and Valentine's Day popcorn ball sale are also under The direction of the business staff. T' Making sure Their intormation is ac- curate are the Murcurie sports editors Michael Pearson, Robert Nelson, and Sandra Dexter. They report the pIay-by- play account of the month's sports events. A new feature ot the sports' page is the 'Athlete ot the MonTh.' Boys presented in this article are recom- mended by their coaches for their athletic ability and sportsmanship. Good school citizenship also plays an important tactor in their selection. Setting out to collect payments tor advertisements appearing in The Murcurie are advertising editors Dorothy Trapp, Joan Montgomery, and Sandra Tous- ley. Although most agencies run ads Tor the entire school year, money is collected directly after each is- sue is printed. Advertisements Tor The Student Directory were also solicited by These advertising editors. .ii -yn 0 Z. F T -1 J..-QL 7 I 79 Attractions Round-About 1 Enthusiasm and spirit perked up as a new school song was chosen by the student body. From the three entries submitted by the Student Council, the tinal song was selected at on all-school assembly. Lyrics were written by a Murray student and set to the tune ot "Navy Blue and Gold." Above, in the gymnasium ot Como Park Junior High School, the cheering section rises to sing the new song as the basketball team enters the court. - 80 SCHOOL SONG For Murray High we give a cheer Hurrah for blue and gold. Sing loyal students loud and clear Your love tor her uphold. Rah! Rah! Our team will fight with all its might For courage bow to none. For Murray's fame we shall proclaim The vic-to-ry is won. Staff Leads ". . . and the crowd ROAREDU as 'guest cheerleadersf faculty members Mr. John "Buck" Ma- ther, Mrs. Patricia "Squaw Num- ber One" Fritsche, and Mrs. Betsy "Squaw Number Two" Barnes, posed as Humboldt ln- dians and led an amazed stu- dent body in exuberant yells at a pep assembly. It was held pre- ceding the swimming meet, and the basketball and hockey dians. Encouraged by the pep and enthusiasm of the faculty cheerleaders, students responded in large numbers for these ath- letic events. Pep Assembly games with the Humboldt In-, Murray One barrel was placed outside the library door and another by the new drinking foun- tain in the cafeteria every Wednesday to encourage contributions to the American Field Service program for l96l-62, Juniors Victoria Rupp, Linn Thompson, Margaret Kurz, Sarah Souther, Ann Wall, Robert Zalk, and Judith Sweet, candidates interested in representing Murray abroad, add to the coins already contributed before returning the barrels and posters to the library at the end of the day. As another money-making project, A.F.S. sponsored a talent show featuring the Mac- alester Bag Pipe Band. 'skrmel l Food Flops, Mike Mops! "Accidents will happen," consoles Mr. Marvin House, member of the maintenance staff, as he assists Michael Weihrauch in cleaning up his spilled tray of food. At the end of the lunch line Michael lost mashed potatoes, gravy, salad, and the rest of his "student special." Although accidents of this type are not frequent, their occurrence causes a great deal of commotion through- out the cafeteria. However, this only adds to the embarrassment of the situation and does not replace the lost lunch. Arousing interest throughout the school was the dissection of the fetal pig by senior students of the Developmental Program. Un- born pigs were a new addition to the long list of previous biology disection victims, Be- fore undertaking the disection, each of the ten groups participating were required to draw detailed posters showing the anat- omy of their subject. Reviewing procedure methods in their laboratory manual before beginning are Donald Carlson, James Anderson, and Evelyn Busch. Sports QENDINC' V' 99? J new Gridmen Finish Hard Season This Humboldt runner finds The going difficulf as The Mur- ray players smofher him in an aggressive "gang Tackle." Don PauTz moves in To add To The power of The defensive play. This proved To be a brighf spof in The game which had a dark- er finish as The Pilofs absorbed a 25-7 defeaf. Jolfin' Jeff Beyer Throws all ciTy halfback Mark Leseman for a loss while Bill Freeman closes in To help him confrol The l-lumboldf runner. Mike Weihrauch lands a block info a Cenfral plays To open The way for a good gain for halfback Rog Johi son. Mike led many plays wiTh his hard blocking and rf ceived honorable menTion for his efforfs. Rog, a defer sive mainsfay, displayed his running TalenT whenever Tls occasion demanded. Playing his Top offensive game, Roi ofTen carried The ball for a long gain in This game againl The Cify Champs. Team Slowed By Iniuries Wifh a record of l-6-l, The fooTball Team suffered by dropping To The league cellar. The fufure looks brighf, however, because of fine laTe season play by sopho- rnores. Murray's only win came againsf Wilson in The second conference game when Bill Engebrefson posed To Tom Skovholf f-or a Touchdown in The final i3 seconds To Take a hard foughf 25-20 Triumph. Hampering This year's Team were injuries To key per- sonnel. Troubles began in The -opening game when Dick FosTer, following an 85 yard Touchdown run, received a knee iniury side-lining him for four games. Following The vicfory over Wilson, ace pass receiver Tom Skovholf broke his hand, which curfailed The Team's passing. Affer a 20-O defeaT aT The hands of Monroe, The PiloTs were bolsfered by The refurn of hard working, senior Tackle Bob Griffin. Bob played despiie a dislocafed shoulder -obfained in pre-season pracfice, A group of defermined sophomores moved info sTarT- ing posiTions. Againsf conference champions Cenfral High, The Team wore our and losT 26-2. ln The nexT game, Murray Tied Washingfon O-O. Rounding ouT The season, The gridmen suffered defeafs To Mechanic ArTs, T4-O, and Johnson, l4-7. rw 'I William Mantis, Rowland Niemela, Mark Thompson, Robert Thompson, Gary Wandmacher, Arthur Kirby, Trygg Han- rn, John Mantis O James Dexter, Richard Coad, Richard Halvorson, Michael Pearson, Donald Steinle, Richard Timm, Paul iesen, Michael Weihrauch 0 Coach Robert Ritter, John Bauer, David Mayer, Donald Pautz, William Freeman, Thomas Sulli- in, Gary Anderson, Robert Zalk, David Frauenshuh, Charles Rosecrans, Coach Reno Rossini I James Nylund, Richard Foster, phen Hartwick, Jack Deutsch, Philip Hager, Jeffrey Beyer, Thomas Skovholt, William Engebretson, Robert Griffin, John Ellmer. 'P Above, Don Pautz, junior haltback, is desper- Jtely trying to by-pass the last Central player 1nd run for a gain. Playing an inspired game, he Pilots held Central to a 6-2 halt-time lead Jetore losing to its manpower 28-2. Right, Coach Reno Rossini and three members of the team anxiously watch a Murray player try to make the yardage necessary for a first down. Coaches Watch Team Fall H 1 5 5 85 Dave Frauenshuh, above, displays his sticky tin- gered pass catching ability despite an opponent on his back. Dave, a iunior, was Murray's best pass re- ceiver atter the loss ot senior Tom Skovholt. Co-captain Bill Engebretson, right, pulls a Wilson player down, while Co-captain Mike Weihrauch as- sists. There were three co-captains, the third being tackle Bob Griffin. Determined To Play Their Best Murray's junior varsity tootball squad had a rather bleak an even mixture of sophomores and freshmen. Sophomor season. Although the team was unable to come through quarterback Bob Allen was elected team captain. Ployin with a victory, they always played hard. They were always against some ot the top teams in the city the iunior varsiti determined to play their best. The team was comprised ot in doing so gained invaluable experience. Row l Gary Arhart, William Mitchell, Leander Lippert, Jeffrey Otto, John Larson, Charles Nightengale, Dennis Engle, Jac Scherbert, Charles Mackenzie O Coach George Rose, John Bates, Duane Jensen, Harold Gammel, Peter Rogness, Richard Eric son, John Sweet, Kenneth Caldwell, James Nelson, Reginald Pitts, 0 Theodore Granovsky, Keith Carlson, Gerald Crowell, Robe Allen, John Zellner, James Nichols, Dennis Lee, Thomas Morton, James Knutson. 86 Distance Runners Finish Hard ,ow 1 James Frost, John Campbell, Michael Bergmann, John Duncan, Joseph Kaufert, Frederick Kurz, James Freeman Ihristopher Page, Patrick Broderick I Coach Bernard Broderick, Jerald Loney, Barclay Brasted, Gary Ferhman, Duane Fries, lichard Lien, Steven Nelsen, Earl Orf, Donald Smith, Ronald Lieder 0 Robert Nelson, William Davis, Donald Muellner, Kurt Vagener, Thomas Sullivan, Donald Razskazoff, Jack Nichols, Wayne Ewy, Raymond Jensen, Sherwood Pomeroy. Murray's top seven runners, left to right, are: John Duncan, Fred Kurz, Mike Bergmann, Jim Free- man, Pat Broderick, John Camp- bell, and Joe Kautert. Fred Kurz, inserted at right, led the team, which was the best in the school's history. 1 Second in Region Spirit, hard work, and a complete twenty-eight man team effort were the marks of the cross country team. Lacking a great natural runner, this squad was led by three dedicated boys, Co-captains John Duncan and Fred Kurz, and Mike Bergmann. Following up these boys were a band of hard runners who did a tremendous iob. They in- cluded John Campbell, Jim Freeman, co-captain Joe Kaufert, Pat Broderick, Chris Page, Bob Nelson, Sherwood Pom- eroy, and Ron Lieder. The harriers, going through its fourth consecutive year undefeated in dual meets, recorded victories over Forest Lake 28-48, Humboldt i5-33, Osseo 26-32, Harding 23-70, Windem 28-39, Monroe 20-47, and Washington 20-37. ln the city meet Murray failed to top Central and lost 37-47. Coming back, they beat Central in the Region to finish a strong second to Ramsey and toppled them again in the State, winding up with a very creditable eighth place. 87 Row i Michael Sullivan, Gary H. Anderson, Roger Pass, Richard Carlson I Jeffrey Otto, Gary Arhart, Donald Pautz, Douglas Yackey, Michael Throngard O Coach Vernon Peterson, Richard Geis, Dennis Tellander, Jack Nichols, James Nichols. Gymnasts End Fourth Comprised of eleven under- classmen and only two seniors, Murray's musclemen surprised everyone by placing fourth in the City Meet. Murray's only entry in Class B, captain Don Pautz, made a strong showing and placed fourth on the par- allel bars. The six qualifiers for the State Meet were Don Pautz, Gary Anderson, Dennis Tell- ander, Richard Carlson, Dick Geis, .lim Nichols, and Jack Nichols. X X-ff X ' Cir? W I Msg, 88 Captain Don Pautz, a junior, is pictured going through his set on the parallel bars. l-le is the only member of the team in class B, which is the highest class in high school. It differs from C class because of its harder sets and from D class because the performers can execute what- ever set they choose instead of following a certain pattern. Q Q 'i 'E 2 if A 2 25 Dis 2? It 2 it Y it Gary H. Anderson, one of the Pilot': top performing C classmen, disi mounts after a routine on the highbarl Gary considers the highbar his besl stunt and works hard to improve. This picture is a good example of the ad- verse conditions the gymnasts work under because the light to the left hangs within three feet of the bar. One of Murray's talented juniors, Dennis Tellander is pictured working out on the horse. The horse is considered the hardest set to master. The hard work of the daily exercises started tc show through as Dennis readied himself for the City Meet in which he placed Hfth on the horse. ' 'Q N 4-ff" S' VVHLQL Vnle-:.4.,q itil Mfg Victories Come In City Play , Q A4 idi - 5 1 Row 'I James Freeman, Roger Spooner, David Mayer, Richard Clemen Thomas Skovholt, William Engebretson O Coach George Rose, Mgr William Forbes, Stephen Hartwick, Robert Zalk, Gary Wandmacher, Mgr. Frederic Syrdal O George Willard, John Vollmer, Robert Griffin Michael Baukol, Michael Pearson, Mgr. Richard Giertson. Compiling a conference record of four win and four losses, the cagers finished in fifth place The leading scorer was John Vollmer with ll points, followed closely by Bill Engebretson wit lO7 points. The Pilots consistently hit a hig percentage of their free-throws, which ofte pulled tight games out of the fire. The Pilots occasionally found a first half leai disappear, as in their game with Humboldt whei they scored only two points in the fourth quarte causing a 37-34 defeat. ln other games Murra' downed Mechanics 47-44, Monroe 64-37, Wilsoi 38-35, Washington 58-48, but lost to Centre 55-37 and Harding 7l-55 and were upset bi Johnson 50-39. Tuning themselves for the District Tourno ment, the Pilots roared into the District only ti run into an aroused Wilson quintet. They wer' upended in a hard fought battle 64-46. Evading a Wilson player, Roger Spooner jockeys under the basket in an attempt to add two more points to the Pilot's leading score. The Redmen were defeated in a hard fought battle 38-35. Murray 47-44. "Drive in hard and lay it up soft," is a battle cry for the Pi- lots. Bob Grifhn makes this look easy in a close contest with Me- chanic Arts. Mechanics fell to Showing his great agility and ability to iump, Bill Engebretson hits for two more points in the Wil- son game. Bill netted a majority of his points on floating lay-ups such as this. ii Bucketeer's Polish Skills 'Changing his role from a playmaker to a scorer, f Q Jptain Tom Skovholt drives in tor a bucket against entral, Tom was an instrumental part ot the team all bar, adding leadership to his fine abilities ot sharp- Hooting and playmaking . lnxious To Learn With personnel hampered by a lack at overall experience, the Junior Var- ,ity basketball squad just couldn't ,eem to get started. Even though they ailed to win a game and achieve a :lace in the city play-oliis, the boys iever quit hustling and played to the nest at their ability. The Junior Varsity played their best game ot the season against the Mon- 'oe Greenwave. The game was a close Jattle all the way until the Pilots tell Jehind in the last quarter to lose 56- 47. Playing time was divided fairly equally by Tom Thorstenson, Dan vlarsh, Elwood Enerson, Jim Knutson, lack Deutsch, Dennis Lee, Peter Rog- tess, Steve Nelson, and Dick Erickson. A to str fda' Getting his shot att over the outstretched hand ot a Central defender, Johnny Vollmer is desperately trying to rally his mates to a victory over the City Champs. They took this one on the chin, 55 to 37, to sutter their tirst con- terence deteat. 4' LUIJ, Row l Stephen Nelson, Daniel Marsh, Thomas Thorstenson, Jack Deutsch, Floyd Richardson O Coach Robert Ritter, Richard Timm, Robert Fodness, John Sweet Peter Rogness, Richard Erickson, William Mitchell, Mgr. I Kenneth Fletcher, Mgr. Leon Norvaez, Raymond Jensen, Elwood Enerson, James Knutson, Richard Hahnen. Batmen Trip Cver Conference Row i Peter Aus, Roger Spooner, Charles Rosecrans, John Vollmer, Edward Turi, Gary Wandmacher, James Pearson O Coach Robert Ritter, John Zellner, Warren Diesslin, Terry Vasterling, Gary Oakins, Thomas Walls, Mark Thompson O John Duncan, Gale Crommet, Craig Weatherbee, William Davis, Richard Foster. Senior Varsity Unable to win when it counted describes the baseball team. Although compiling an awesome i2-l non-conference record, the team slumped to a 2-6 conference mark. Con- ference victories were over Monroe, 3-2, and Central, 5-l. Losses were to Johnson, 8-2, Mechanic Arts, 9-6, Wilson, 4-3, Humboldt, 4-3, and Washington, 5-2. Harding tipped the Pilots 5-3 in the season final, leaving the record totaling i4-7. Row 'I Valdis Smits, David Frier, Robert Allen, Peter Abler, Gerald Crowell, William Mantis, Gregory Risbrudt, Peter Rogness O James Britain, Thomas Barrows, Trygg Hanson, Arthur Kirby, Keith Carlson, Timothy Gadler, Donald Carlson, Coach Mack McKay. 92 Junior Varsity Only in its third year of existence, the junior varsit baseball team is just beginning to take hold as a scho activity. Although the team is not in an organized leagu the experience gained by playing baseball is essential i making the senior varsity. Mack McKay, a student from Macalester College, coachei the team. Hampered by a shortage of games, they helr numerous practices concentrating on fundamentals. 22 K W "1 J, X. . Q S 4 Q I , 4 N' 1 1 A x 3, x X x Q? 053' f Q , , . . - Q, .V if- 11" "'f ,.'I',.f.- uf' g N'-kg" Y S? ls. 1 , in 2 ahah! M N , if r , X 'x Q of 1 1 W- 1 , s ., , 1. ,, ... RQ. 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I R A 1 K If SP W I' - X' ,J 3 E . I W L ,z ff Senior Varsity J i K 2 Row 1 Sherwood Pomeroy, Donald Razskazoff, Altin i i Paulson, William Davis, John 2 Duncan, Donald Smith, Roger Johnson, John Campbell, i Robert Nelson O John Man- ' tis, Robert Thompson, Trygg l Hanson, David Frauenshuh, I James Dexter, Richard Fos- l ter, Coach Bernard Broder- ick 0 Jeffrey Beyer, Keith Q Carlson, John Zellner, Mark Thompson, William Mantis. i l Junior Varsit Row l Gary Sparr, Mc Bauer, John Larson, Leanq Lippert, Gregory Page, ald Loney, Stuart Pet son, Paul Raudenbush, Jo Bates I Kenneth Caldwe Gary Ferhman, Terrance Sl ster, Dennis Engle, Barcli Brasted, Frank Patoile Mgr. Reginald Pitts, Jan' Nelson, James Nylund, Pi rick Broderick, Thomas B4 rows, Robert Allen, Thom Morton, Gerald Crowe ...Q ,-it ,-,,,,,,,1'i -:ann .s....... Coach John Pearson. 8-7-5 Record Closes Season Settling down after its opening 9-l los to City Champions Washington, the Pilot allowed only three goals in four game: While in this streak they won over Mechani Arts 4-O and played three l-l ties. Thesi ties were with Harding, Monroe, and Hun' boldt. Sparked once again by the superl work in the nets by Bill Davis, they heli Johnson at bay for two periods before losing 3-O. The Conference slate was completei with a 3-2 loss to Central and a l-O victor' over Wilson. Humboldt finished off the sea son when they beat the Pilots 6-l in th- opening round of the Region IV tournament Improving progressively throughout thi year, the B squad hockey team finished in i ,- A . , , tie for fourth place with Harding. In confer Driving in for a possible rebound in the Central game are Don Razska- ence Offifm the Junior Vofslly beef lvleclflcm zoff and Dick Foster. The Pilots came back from a 2-O deficit on goals by iCS 7-O, Humboldt 2-lf Wilson 3-l, Gnd CSN John Zellner and John Duncan to tie the game at 2-2 late in the second tral l-O, while losing to Johnson 6-O, Wash period. Central, however, scored again to win 3-2. mgfon 3-2, Monroe 1-0, and fied HG,-dim l-l. 94 eam Bolstered By Defense In some fast action around the net, Roger Johnson, three year tockey letterman, is shovvn attempting to punch the puck past he Harding goalie. The game ended in a l-l deadlock with Hard- ng scoring first only to have Rag knock in the equalizer. In the Pilot's two other conference ties, with Monroe, Don Razs- :azott scored to knot it up, while Humboldt tiecl the Pilots atter ohn Zellner scored a tirst period goal. :iris .a',t divx! l ,Z With some able assistance tram goalie Bill Davis, defenseman John Duncan is clearing the puck out ot the defensive zone during the Wilson game. Bill and John formed an important part ot the Pilot's tlne defense. The pucksters won l-O on Dick Foster's third period goal. rl WMM 0 NX g 955 M 2 Proving that he's equal to the occasion, Bill Davis is in the process ot stopping a point blank shot oft the stick of a Humboldt forward. One of the top goalies in the city, Bill carried an average ot 26 stops per game in conference action. Mermen Snatch City Crown Row 'l Gregory Risbrudt, Thomas Davies, Kirk Shofifner, Delbert Cecchi, Bruce Pankonin, James Frost, James Perlich C Coa Dan Powers, Russell Swanson, Richard Coad, James Hughes, Michael Bergmann, Richard Halvorson, Daniel Torgensen O J Schmugge, Thomas Atkins, Ronald Kuhn, Philip Hager, Joseph Kautert. Joe Kaufert pulls for home doing the back stroke. Although he did not gain a majority of first places, he was a consistent swimmer all year. His second and third place points proved invaluable in the team's successful season, This illustrates one of the Pilot's strong points, team depth. This depth was instrumental in gaining the City crown. Rolling up a fine record of ten wins with only loss, the swimming team swam their way to the championship. They qualified fourteen men for the one City City Meet with Jon Schmugge, Jim Hughes, Mike Bergmann, and Russ Swanson taking firsts in the City. The Pilots dunked Monroe 71-8, Central 55-30, Harding 55-29, Johnson 63-14, Humboldt 64-18, Mechanic Arts 76-8, Washington 49-35, and Wilson 56-26. Stretching for that little extra distance, captain Jim Hughes takes off after Mike Bergmann finishes in the medley relay race. The relay team was undefeated in competition the entire season. Diving, an intricate part of every swimming team, is being cecuted to perfection by senior Tom Atkins. Using his height spring higher than most divers, he captures points with smooth ell-executed dives. City Champions Show Form Backstroker Tom Davies grabs another tive points for the ilots by gaining first place with his specialized stroke. Tom co-captain of the team and out of the ten wins in eleven meets e has contributed nine firsts and two seconds in the backstroke. om qualified for the City Meet and placed third to draw the Eason to a close. sfo' as si? Mike Bergmann puts himself through a hard pace in his specialty, the breaststroke. Mike, a junior, placed first in the City, and while doing so he set a City record of l:lO.6. Mike went undefeated in all eleven of the team's dual meets. While qualifying for the State Meet, Mike hit best time of i:9.6. Mike finished tied for fourth in the state Hnals. X LQ Z? ' Jim Hughes is executing the most difficult stroke in swimming, the butterfiy. He came in with eight tirsts, two seconds, and only one third place in the eleven meets the team had. Jim then advanced to the City and placed first in his event. Jim and Tom Davies are captains of a team that is the climax of three years of experience. Most of the boys began swimming in key positions as sophomores and have now completed a season Ending themselves City Champions. l 97 1 ,M , 'A . 1 N' 'C 'A':' ,,N ,, 6 6 '!M '4 'C 'N - 1 " c,c, rsri r - ' il, 9 V A'x'NN 95. .,.... ,. , , v""x ' 3 9, 3 9 QVNQ : C it Q1 9 , ,-2, 'i '-',, Q ,, l fiveaw-if N . x V f if ,, ,, .., ,, -y T --ct ,, N, 'V ,,,, - ' ' T I , iixr Q W If, , I , L 'Zi ,,,, yfe :ilwlxy V, I l rrrr 1, gr-iii Q i - A 2 A ',,, E i N"1 N Qyfzwy . V , , ,, -tca tiii rrrri T 6 N i , 'N Q H kzrr ' f api N 35, Q gg? it ,,,,1N' - ,f,, , - T Mais.-gc C 1 b obj' gif' - ',-I ,Q 'f' ,gb M , Ifzfi riss - t . '- ssci g C at if ,,,,,, ," - t ,',... ' I - t ,..,v, -rwy Row l Michael Pearson, James Jannett, William Engebretson, Donald Pautz, Roger Pearson, Michael Bergmann, Robe Budde O Donald Steinle, Lawrence Sargent, Uldis Krastins, Donald Muellner, John Landis, Steven Sweetland, Thomas Sko holt I Rowland Niemela, Thomas Andersen, Donald Razskazoff, Paul Miesen, Jack Deutsch, Coach Vernon Petersen. Trackmen Place Third With 3-1 Capping another successful season with a strong third in the City Meet, the track squad finished with its traditionally fine record, The Pilots were paced in the City by Don Steinle with a first in the 220 yard dash and Jim .lannett with a second in the mile, concluding with a 3-l conference record. In dual meets the cindermen beat Johnson 63-49, Mechanic Arts 69-47, and Washington 66-52, while absorbing a close 59-58 defeat to Harding. 98 illustrating their techniques are two of the most dependable performers -on the varsity track squad, Paul Miesen, right, Bill Engebretson, above. These two boys have contributed much to the success of the track team, Bill for his high jumping, and Paul for his low hurdle dashes. Golfers Second With 6-2 Mark Row i David Pietsch, Richard Lien, Douglas Krause I Coach Clarence Fulmek, Richard Giertson, Dean Van DeWalker, Richard Nelson. Duplicating last year's fine record of 6 and 2 in conference play, Murray placed second in the City standings, Dick Nelson and Doug Krause were in- strumental in the Pilots' drive for their high standings, The six man squad de- feated Monroe llV2-3V2, Central QV2- SV2, Wilson 9V2-SV2, Humboldt i5-O, Mechanic Arts 12-3, and Harding il-4, while sinking to Johnson iiV2-3M, and Washington 8-7. Murray had four men qualify for the City Meet by placing in the top twenty golfers in the city. They were seniors Doug Krause and Dick Nelson, and iuniors Dave Pietsch and Dick Giertson. The lone player to make the State Tour- nament vvas Dave Pietsch. In the State Tourney Dave failed to post a favorable score due to sickness. Dave Chips On, Rick Putts n "And it's in!" Rick Lien uses body English to sink a crucial eight-footer against Monroe on the par three, ninth hole at Como Golf Course. This shot was one of many that helped Murray defeat the Wilson Redmen by a score of i0-5. The team was led by Dick Nelson, who paced the linkmen in their six conference victories. Showering the green with sand is Dave Pietsch, as he blasts out of the sand trap at the tricky ninth hole of Como Golf Course. Dave, putting this one close, considers chipping one of the strong points of his game. A consistent performer throughout the year, Dave was rated the team's number four man. Juniors Comprise Bulk of Team Row 'l Coach Bernard Broderick, Earl Orf, John Mantis, Donald Smith, Gary Anderson, Daniel Tyson 0 Russell Swanson, Wayne Ewy, Philip Hager, Joseph Kaufert, Richard Halvorson, Christopher Page, Verne Comstock. Tennis Nets 4-4 Conference Record With a 4-4 conference record, The Tennis Team took fourth in the conference standings. This squad was made up largely of underclassmen with only one senior, Verne Comstock. The netmen lost to Monroe 5-O, Then beat Johnson 3-2, and Harding 5-O. They were defeated by powerful Central 4-l. The Pilots Then finished the season with victories over Mechanic Arts 4-I and Monroe 3-2 before succumbing to Humboldt 5-O. Murray's first doubles team of Don Smith and John Mantis is shown getting in some early season practice at Langford Park. Although they seem To be rushing the season a bit, it takes This kind of work To make a sm-ooth working doubles combination. Considered our top doubles Team, John and Don were pushed hard by Wayne Ewy and Earl Orf, the second doubles team. Joe Kaufert and Phil Hager comprised The third doubles combo, which often alter- nates with the others. 100 shown us- Earl Orf is ing his baffling southpaw stance. He began in doubles play, but moved into singles matches at The end of The season. Eying the ball after Throwing it up for a serve is junior Chris Page. Chris is one of the top men on the squad, second only to senior Verne Comstock. . -ie W , '19 V- A vrkkyy Teams Vie for City "0lympics" Going into a lack-knife, Tom Atkins, Murray's top diver, is shown performing in a preparatory meet prior to the City Meet. Tom, also a back- stroker, was one of the tankmen's more pleasant surprises in the City Meet. Qualifying a so-so fourth, Tom rose to the occasion in the finals to end up a strong second. Perhaps the hardest working team in the school, the swimmers were forced by lack of access to a pool to have their workouts from 9:30 to lO:45 p.m. These workouts were gruelling ' affairs that left the boys physically exhausted. The boys were coached by a former Murray graduate, Dan Powers. Typifing the tremendous hustle and drive which he showed throughout the season, John Mantis, lying pros- trate on the ice, is making that last final effort to score. In the final three seconds of the first period against Humboldt, John charged after a loose puck 20 feet out in the offensive zone only to be stopped by the opposing goalie coming out of his net to meet him and the defense- man's stick that tripped him. Without a man in the top 20 scorers in the City, the Pilots iust didn't have the prominent scoring threat to pull the close game out of the fire. The Pilots simply had too many low scoring ties and close defeats. ... .,,,, Y, n""'-ss.. A 5 . ,.. M.-. ,.,,, .4 1 . Q t .HT ., i r . t.,, . ,c . , i . .ctw r Johnny Vollmer, top Pilot sniper, is shown taking his favor- ite one handed jump shot. This shot is usually taken from a radius of about ten feet from the basket and is very hard to defend against. The Pilots made up for their lack of height with hustle and drive which usually resulted in a hard fought victory. Another Pilot strong point was its tenacity at the free throw line. The roundballers frequently won close games with their clutch performances at the charity line. Qf fil f " :wt ,' 3 . -- -"." T r "'i.""2Z1,-". i'ii'f-21.-'E- Lf. ." wiv, , rv Jap' ""' i - " --v-it , ' f, J -,"'- Y- ff-.wif ,,,... "'f' 1 rf f f ' t 1: siis g ...T , ic. y . ,A . . i ,L .,.. .,.. . s , - ' -,r. 101 AT The end of last year, iunior girls were madly dashing around adding up points and desperately Trying to earn extra ones. Then, atter three years ot Tun and hard work, These girls hnally had The honor ot receiving Their letter awards. Above lett are letter winners Mary Ann Schreitels, Susan Dow, Karen Soderlund, Deborah Bergstrom, Delores Ludwig, Annette Gredvig, and Barbara Hosking. Above right are letter winners Judith Treichel, Carol Anker, Sandra Dexter, Susan Johnson, Mary Stoskopf, Sally Thorstenson, and Dorothy Trapp. o o o o 0 o Girls Enloy Athletic Activities G.A.A. lGirls Athletic Associationl is The most well- "Murray Pilots" as money-making projects. participated in organization at Murray. Any girl, from The Vefll honor Oi G-A-A Comes in WlfminQ U 5ClTOO freghmen tO Sgniorl mgy ioin dues Of fvyenfyqqye lellef, SCIVVTGCJ obtaining points, Of' lI'1CFeCJSlV1Q th Cents Gnd by pgrfigipgiing in The Spgrfg presented- points to i,5OO tor the All4CiTy-Letter. The awards ar This ye-Cir, under the direciion of Mrs, Patricia Friisdie, Ochieved by Obtaining titty points for perfect attendonc Spgnggred The Hgmefjgming dgnce Gnd Sgle Qf plus Ci bOl'1US ot ODS hundred points l:OI' being Ol'1 C1 winning Homecoming buttons and red-knit nighties inscribed with TGOIWW- " STA 91? '11, " r ., , ,H a 011' Q G.A.A. sportheads are Cath- erine Broderick, winter sports, Susan Hunt, volleyball, Kay Eddy, tennis, Patricia Boyle, soccer, Virginia Braa, ping pong, Barbara Nelson, tum- bling, Katherine Brown, bowl- ing, Linda Niemela, basketball, Joan Lauerer, swimming, Bev- erly Thompson, sottball, Linda L. Johnson, horseback riding, and Ann Wall, bicycling. Not pictured is Virginia Mass, archery. 102 Offered In G. A. A. Program Otohcers Ruth Freeborg, secretary, Sandra Dexter, treasurer, Dorothy Trapp, recording secretary, Annette Gredvig, vice presi- dent, and Deborah Bergstrom, president, are responsible tor the G.A.A. program, designed to provide an interest in sports and to promote physical health through activity. Under Mrs. Fritsche's supervision, they select next year's sportheads. One ot G.A.A.'s top participant sports is iowling, which is held at Minnehaha Lanes dur- wg the winter season. Bowlers are transported my chartered bus from school to the lanes at e close of classes each Thursday. At the annual :.A.A. award assembly, the girls with the iighest and lowest bowling averages are iwarded with trophies. Above, Janice Skildum is cheered on by Mrs. 'atricia Fritsche, Priscilla Hager, and Barbara urnquist as she tries for a split. lndulging in a tast game ot doubles are Delores Ludwig, Betty Salmon, Randy Jensen, and Judy Sweet as Jane Gilii looks on, Ping pong is held in the cateteria after school. Horseback riding is a popular activity with those more adventurous G.A.A. members. For approximately an hour, the girls ride the trails at Hilltop Riding Academy. Mounted and ready tor a rugged ride are Marty Vong, Kathy Duncan, and Cathy Broderick. Mary Ann Schreitels, Janet Paul- son, and Linda Johnson are helping them get organized. 103 Parents Guide Seniors Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Roland H. Abraham Nowman Alwin Kenneth R. Anderson Philip A. Anderson K. Anker Clyde Bantle T. S. Belew Stanley Bernard Clark C. Briggs A. H. Brown Robert G. Budde Arthur M. Busch John A. Byrne A. C. Caldwell Campbell Gordon Carlson Lee Chanoe Russel P. Christensen Keith Coad Edwin F. Cook G. Cook J. B. Cornelissen James G. Cownie Morton A. Cravath M. L. Dahlen Wayne Davies William J. Davies William A. Davis A. J. Dexter Jr. John H. Dow Kenneth Duncan A. C. Elliott Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Freeborg Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Freeman Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Freier Mrs. Claria Fries Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Friesen Mr. and Mrs. Gale C. Frost Dr. and Mrs. Gerhard E. Frost Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Garling Mr. and Mrs. Vincent C. Geis Mr. and Mrs. Earl D. Givans Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gilman Mr. and Mrs. Carl Giertson Mr. and Mrs. Lawerence Grayden Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Gredvig Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gronert Dr. and Mrs. George Hager Mr. and Mrs. John H. Hakensen Rev and Mrs. Arndt L. Halvorson Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hanson Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Hawkinson Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hendrickson Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hermes Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Hinz Mr. and Mrs. Emil Holt Mrs. Lou Hosking Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hughes Mr. and Mrs. John Deviere Hunt Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Jennings Mrs. Alice M. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Merle E. Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Kaufert Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Ellingson Mr. Ralph Engebretson Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Ewy Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kilau Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knutson Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kroona Along Road To Success Mr and Mrs John Kuiawa Mr and Mrs. George Kulvich Mr and Mrs George A. Kurz Mr. and Mrs. Bert H. Larson Mr and Mrs John A. Larson Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D. Lewis Dr. and Mrs. Richard J. Lien Mr. and Mrs. De Alton E. Ludwig Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Malmberg Dr. and Mrs. Homer Mantis Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Manus Mr and Mrs. Gerald R. McKay Mr and Mrs Adolph L. Miesen Mr. and Mrs. Lyle A. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Henry Murray Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Nelson Mr. and Mrs O. W. Nichols Mr. and Mrs. V. Leonard Niemela Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L. Olson Mr. and Mrs. John Owens Mrs. Ernsta M. Olson Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Bernice Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Igor Razskazoff Elof Rosfvit Ruddy S. H. Rutford T. R. Salmon D. O. Sandquist Reuben Schmugge G. Schreifels Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Schulze Mr. and Mrs Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Paul M. Selbin Robert Sholfner . Joseph W. Skovholt Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Soderlund Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Ervin Spandau R. Spooner H. T. Stoskopf Mrs. Harry Strenglis Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Sara H. Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Harold J. Olson Edwin Ort Page Alfred Pankonin Frank F. Paskewitz Mr. and Mrs. Albin Paulson Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Pearson Robert W. Perlich R. A. Syrdal Forrest Talbott Burdette R. Teig F. W. Thorstenson Mr. and Mrs. Elmer D. Tiedeman Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Timm Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Trapp Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Treichel Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ulvin Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Vollmer Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vong Mr. and Mrs. Carl W. Wagener Mrs. Rose S. Petersen Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pietsch Rev. and Mrs. D. S. Pitts Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Poltin Dr. and Mrs. B. S. Pom-eroy Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Ratliff Mr. and Mrs. John Walls Mrs. Mabel Warner Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. John Webber Michael H. Weihrauch D. E. White John H. Wilke Compliments of FALCON HEIGHTS PHARMA W. C. Bernfson 'l707 No. Snelling, St. Paul, Minnesota CY GRAY'S DRUG STORE Snelling and Lqrpenfeur Mi. 6-7251 l M I DWAY Q v"- 1 i,i,. TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 706 No. snening Avenue '.,- ' v ' ' . .,.,.1-12:1 1 nnnn S i C, C Mi- 5-1451 ELECTRIC PCRTABL E TYPEWRITERS STUDENT RENTAL RATES SUNDQUIST'S DRIVE-IN 5- -W-v-1-.., , Enjoying America's favorite combination, hamburgers and root beer after a hard day in school are Richard Ulvin, Ruth Freeborg, and Kevin Johnson. Michael Baukol and Sue Jack agree with Gary Anderson that Sugar Dan's is a great place to come tor variety in the teen-age diet. Sunclquists, more commonly called Sugar Dan's, located at Como oft Snelling, is the most popular stop atter school, games, and that Saturday night movie to get favorite refreshments. Friendly service and delicious food make this the teen-ager's delight. 106 jar fkaf mozif imlaorfanf clay . . . gc PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY BY R photographers JOHNSON ' EACHELLER l ROSS, INC. I 2282 Como Avenue MI. 5-6811 I f fe - ,e., Ei PARK CO-OP OIL ASSOCIATION Complete Automobile Service Mi. 4-4775 2277 Como Avenue Jen's Fashion ancl Apparel Mi. 6-5325 2276 Como Avenue GUERTIN'S PHARMACY Prescriptions Druggists Fountain Service Como at Carter MI. 6-1612 107 MAYERS' TEXACG SERVICE .....--- Tires-Tubes-Tune-Ups XX Paul L. Mayers Ilcall Cproprietorl GCLDEN CHICKEN for free delivery" Mi. 6-7526 , Snelling at como Como at Doswell Ml. 6-3274 Hall Bros. 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I 21 Murray's Representative ls H. A. Petersen .Iosten's Foshay Tower Arcade No. 134 Minneapolis 2, Minnesota Q 17' 1 fi is a'Q r cg A r I -img-J 5 5 i N , 3: X ' yu x . , E W A r ! vi tt wt at ' i'M.,1 fr as ' rf QQ , sri' NX " L x 3 it , s ,D J :Q- Jc 9 ,J Q: X4 pid! if 'Mali f' it Q Nt ff He? of 34 Mrs. Schmidt is showing Bruce Olson ond June Hokensen the difterent sizes in which they con select their senior pictures. Golling hos been Murroy's otticiol photographer for mony yeors. STUDIO Midland Building Ca. 4-1740 113 HERMES FLORAL COMPANY Hermes Floral Company, located at 200l West Larpenteur, has flowers appropriate for all occasions including prom and graduation. Thomas Atkins is presenting Barbara Wilke with a beautiful orchid. Orders may be placed by calling Mi. 6-7135. Clyde's Standard Service Station Como at Raymond Mi. 6-9960 NELSON JEWELERS "For expert watch and iewelry repair" 2242 Carter Avenue Mi- 5-0029 Hamline Grocery 1503 North Hamline Avenue open SUI1dCIyS Gnd evenings 'I14 ST. ANTHONY PARK STATE BANK Como at Carter St. Paul 8, Minnesota Your Community Bank Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp ROADSIDE DRIVE-IN Delicious Chicken ill-:LTP in a Hobo burger 2105 No. Snelling Avenue Mi. 5-2511 Orders to Take Out PARK CO-OP OIL ASSOCIATION Complete Automobile Service "Just see us for service" Mi. 4-4775 2277 ComoA enue St. Paul, Minnesota ' MILLER'S-PILOT DAY SPECIAL Pharmacy x-.LJ Today Only Q A iff Ah b Dosw II --" nly 30 f A yTime:Comet MII f th B t Addison, Mr. Bill 9, 73 Agnew, Mrs. Ethel 11 Anderson, Mr. Ernest 11 Anderson, Mr. William 11 Barnes, Mrs. Betsy 11, 80 Bloom, Mrs. Clara 11 Broderick, Mr. Bernard 10, 87, 94 101 Burks, Mrs. Mary 9, 58 Darche, Miss Marie 10 Datko, Mr. Edward 8 Duffy, Mrs. Dona Lou 8 Ellsworth, Miss Margaretta 8 Fertig, Miss Virginia 9 Fisker, Mrs. Ann 10 Fritsche, Mrs. Patricia 9, 80, 103 Fulmek, Mr. Clarence 10, 99 Gratz, Miss Marion 8, 49 Healy, Miss Mary 8 A Abel, Owen 38 Abler, Peter 30, 92, 96 Abraham, Jeanne 12, 48, 49, 51 65, 69, 71, 75 Abraham, Richard 38 Addis, Brian 33 Addis, Roger 38 Adolphson, Cynthia 40 Adolphson, Margaret 36, 63, 68 Alexander, Richard 30 Allen, Arley 33 Allen, Karen 33 Allen, Robert 30, 86, 92, 94, 96 Allison, Susan 39, 93 Allman, Karen 36, 59 Allred, Marcia 30, 58 Allred, Richard 39, 57 Alwin, Donald 12 Alwin, William 33 Amunrud Gary 39, 52 Andersen Emily 36, 37, 72, 73 Anderson, Adrienne 35, 63 Anderson, Bruce 38 Anderson, Gary A. 33, 73, 74, 88 101 Anderson, Gary J. 12, 58, 74, 76 85, 106 Anderson James 12, 78, 81 Anderson, John 33 Anderson Josephine 40, 63 Anderson June 39, 63 Anderson, Karen 12, 61, 62 Anderson Marlys 36 Anderson Raymond 39 Anderson Richard 12 Anderson Ruth 38, 63 Anderson Wayne 38 Ankef, Cdrol 12, 52, 53, 54, 61 Annunziata, William 12 ,102 Appel, Sandra 33 Archibald, Douglas 36 116 INDEX School Personnel Helseth, Miss Valborg 10 Heron, Mr. Alexander 9 House, Mr. Marvin 11, 81 Lape, Mr. John 8 Magnuson, Mrs. Ordena 11 Marengo, Mr. Lloyd 10 Mather, Mr. John 9, 80 McGeever, Mrs. Helen 8, 62, 63 McGuire, Mrs. Margaret 11 Newquist, Mrs. Leona 11 Olds, Mrs. Doris 8 Palmer, Mr. James 4, 8 Paschke, Miss Margaret 10 Pearson, Mr. John 9, 94 Pederson, Miss Louise 10 Petersen, Mr. Vernon 9, 88, 98 Peterson, Mrs. Nancy 9, 59 Peterson, Mrs. Viola 11 Pose, Mr. Eugene 10 Students Arhart, Gary 33, 86, 88 Arneman, John 39 Ashley, Marilyn 30, 35 Atkins, Thomas 12, 46, 48, 74, 96, 97, 114 Auld, Kenneth 38, 63 Auld, Nancy 34, 62 Austad, Susan 39 Aydt, Janice 39, 63 B Bache, Ralph 39 Bache, William 31 Bacon, Richard 49 Bacon, Robert 34 Bailey, Stephen 40, 63 Baker, Judith 31, 52, 53 Balcome, Carol 40, 41, 56, 63 Bantle, Janet 12, 61 Barrick, Kathleen 34, 73 Barrick, William 39, 52 Barrows, Thomas 34, 52, 92, 94, 96 Barsch, Janet 31, 59 Barsch, Rosalind 39 Barthold, Carole 33, 63, 72 Barthold, David 68 Barthold, Diane 38, 52, 68 Bates, Bruce 40 Bates, John 36, 52, 58, 73, 86, 94 Bauer, Mark 36, 57, 58, 94 Bauer, John 31, 69, 85, 94 Baukol, Kathleen 30, 52, 70, 73 Baukol, Marcia 40, 63 Baukol, Michael 12, 55, 57, 74, 89, 90, 106 Bauman, Betty 39, 63 Bauman, Gary 30 Beckiorden, Julie 12, 28 Beckiorden, Sally 33 Benson, Carol 39, 63 Berg, Mary Lou 37 Berge, Coral 36, 72 Berger, Susan 31 Quinn, Mr. Bernard 9, 37 Ritter, Mr. Robert 10, 74, 85, 91 92, 96 Rogers, Mrs. Charles 9 Rose, Mr. George 9, 86, 90 Rose, Miss Gladys 8 Rossini, Mr. Reno 10, 85 Ryckman, Mr. Charles 11 Simmelink, Mr. Donald 8 Smith, Miss Louise 10 Smith, Mrs. Lucille 10 Steelsmith, Miss Eleanor 10 Tripp, Mr. Leslie 8 Trost, Mrs. Ruth 11 Vest, Miss Florence 8 Vining, Mrs. Mattie 11 Wilke, Mrs. Ester 11 Woldt, Mrs. Mary 11 Bergerud, Eric 40 Bergeson, John 34 Bergmann, Michael 31, 32, 48, 49, 52, 74, 87, 96, 97, 98 Bergstrom, Deborah 13, 54, 60, 66, 102, 103 Bernard, David 13 Bernard, Gary 38 Bever, Marilyn 13, 61 Beyer, Jeffrey 31, 74, 84, 85, 92, 93, 94 Biedler, Gloria 31 Biedler, Willard 33 Blume, Gary 34 Blume, Leigh Ann 63 Blume, Natalie 36, 63 Boland, Dorothy 30, 52 Bone, Richard 39, 52 Bone, Victoria 30, 59 Borgeson, Victor 30, 32, 48, 51 Boyd, Anne 38, 59, 63 Boyle, Katherine 36, 68, 72 Boyle, Patricia 31, 48, 73, 79, 102 Braa, Virginia 31, 58, 68, 102 Bradford, Carol 36, 73 Brastad, Barclay 34, 73, 87, 94 Brastad, Mary 30, 48 Brandt, Martin 38, 69 Brandt, Richard 36 Bren, David 36 Briggs, Marilyn 13, 58, 62 Britain, James 92, 96 Broderick, Catherine 31, 58, 102, 103 Broderick, Michael 39, 52 Broderick, Patrick 36, 68, 87, 94 Brohaugh, Roy 38, 52 Brooks, Jeftrey 38 Brooks, Patricia 30 Brown, Bonnie 13, 67, 78 Brown, Janice 36, 71, 72 - Brown, Katherine 31, 48, 52, 102 Brown, Kenneth 34 Brown, Susan 36, 72 Buck, James 36 Deutsch, Jack 34, 85, 91, 98 DeWitt, Katherine 38, 73 DeWitt, Lewis 73 Enerson, Elwood 36, 52, 68, 91 Budde, Nancy 13, 61 Bunting, William 38 Busch, Evelyn 13, 29, 49, 66, 81 Byrne, Mary 13 C Cadwell, Betty 31, 46, 61, 64 Caldwell, Elaine 13, 49, 51, 55, 65 Caldwell, Kenneth 38, 56, 68, 86, 94 Campbell, John 13, 74, 87, 93, 94, 95 Cannons, Jeanne 30, 58 Carlson Carlson 96 Carlson Donald 13, 29, 81, 92, 96 Carlson, , Judith 31, 62 Keith 33, 86, 92, 93, 94, Richard 31, 74, 88 Cecchi, Anna 31 Cecchi, Delbert 36, 72, 96, 97 Cerny, Ann 48, 59 Cerny, Mary 38, 63 Chambers, Jenny 36, 72 Champagne, JoAnn 38 Cheney, Barbara 33 Cheney, Dennis 39 Cheney, Karen 33 Cheng, Kuai Chang 13, 49 Christian, Michael 34, 35, 49, 50, 62, 76 Christensen, Catherine 14, 61 Christensen, Jane 30, 50, 58 Christianson, Carol 38, 63 Christianson, Susan 33 Cisewski, James 14 Clark, Michael 39, 63 Clarke, Charlotte 34, 58 Clemen, Richard 33, 90 Clements, Ann 31, 58 Coad, David 35, 72 Coad, Richard 14, 74, 85, 96, 97 CofTman, Hugh 38, 52, 57 Coffman, Joan 30, 59 Comstock, Barbara 39, 52 Comstock, Pamela 34, 52, 73 Condie, Kimberly 38, 67, 72 Condie, Kirk 40 Cook, James 14 Cooney, Mary 31 Cornelissen, Faye 40, 63 Cownie, Phyllis 14, 60 Crandall, Bruce 36 Cravath, Sharon 14, 47 Crawford, Craig 34, 49, 59 Cross, Marilyn 40 Cross, Nancy 40 Crowell, Gerald 33, 69, 86, 92, 94, 96 Curtiss, Leslie 39, 63 Cutkomp, Kay 30 Cutkomp, Kent 40 Cutkomp, Terry 38, 63 D Dahlen, Lynne 14, 66 Dainty, Robert 14 Davies, John 39, 52 Davies, Lawrence 14, 62 Davies, Thomas 14, 29, 48, 49, 55, 57, 74, 96, 97 Davis, William 14, 74, 87, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96 Delger, Mary 33, 50 DeMars, Eugenia 40, 63 DeWitt, Margaret 40, 53 Dexter, James 33, 45, 68, 85, 92, 94 Dexter, Sandra 14, 46, 66, 79, 102, 103 Dow, James 30 Dow, John 36, 76 Dow, Susan 15, 29, 46, 48, 49, 61, 62, 63, 69, 78, 102 Dow, William 40, 54 Duncan, John 15, 65, 68, 69, 74, 87, 92, 93, 94, 95, 96 Duncan, Kathleen 33, 44, 68, 103 Dunnwald, Linda 41, 63 Durant, Darlene 34, 52, 53, 54 Duren, Louise 40, 63 , E Ed, John 38 Ed, Kayleen 36, 72 Eddy, Kay 33, 59, 102 Ellingson, Sherman 15 Ellingson, Sylvia 15, 61 Elliott, Cheryl 36 Elliott, Juliann 15, 47, 55, 57, 70, 71 Enerson, Joan 30, 35, 48, 72 Engebretson, William 15, 29, 74, 85, 86, 89, 90, 98 Engle, Dennis 38, 86, 94 Englund, Connie 38 Gardner, Thomas 33 Garling, Nancy 16, 60, 62, 71 Gasch, Steven 38 Gost, Diann 38, 63 Gayman, Gayl 33, 52, 59, 70 Gayman, Walter 38 Geer, John 30 Geis, Richard 16, 88 George, Nancy 39 Gilie, Jane 34, 103 Gilman, Gerald 16 Gisvold, Nancy 37, 59 Givans, Sharyll 16, 44, Giving, Ingrid 31, 51, Giertson, Richard 16, 52, 62, 74, 90, 99 Glander, Mikelynn 34 Glaim, Arlan 31 Glaim, Phillip 39 Good, Thomas 38 Granvosky, Theodore 30, 96 Grayden, Larry 2, 16, 28 Grecco, Cheryl 30, 62, 63 Gredvig, Annette 16, 52, 53, 61, 102, 103 Gredvig, Lois 33, 35 Gregory, Brian 34, 62 Gregory, Michael 17, 62 Grilifin, Robert 17, 45, 48, 68, 74, 85, 89, 90 Gronert, David 34 Gronert, Linda 39, 63 Gronert, Sandra 17 62, 66 59, 63 Erickson, Jerrilyn 33 Erickson, Karen 36, 52, 59 Erickson, Richard 33, 52, 86, 91 Erickson, Sherman 33 Etten, Nancy 34 Evans, Elizabeth 34 Evans, Edward 15 Ewy, Wayne 15, 29, 59, 74, 87, 100 F Gunsell, Sandra 34, 59 H Haaland, Jon 39 Haff, Guy 31 Hagen Hagen , David 39, 52, 53 ' , Elise 38, 63 Hagen, Margaret 38, 63 Hager Philip 17, 29, 48, 49, 74 as, '96, 97, too I Hager, Priscilla 34, 63, 71, 73, 103 Fales, Trudy 40, 63 Fardig, Paul 39 Ferhman, Gary 33, 87, 94 Field, Robert 40 Fletcher, Kenneth 35, 91 Fodness, Robert 3, 38, 73, 91 Fodness, Stanley 39 Forbes, William 33, 90 Foster, Richard 15, 49, 65, 74, 75, 85, 89, 92, 94, 96 Frauenshuh, David 31, 74, 85, 86, 94 Freeborg, Ruth 15, 52, 103, 106 Freeman, James 15, 29, 74, 87, 89, 90 Freeman, Joan 36, 63, 72 Freeman, William 15, 74, 85, 87 Freier, Carole 16, 61, 65 Freier, David 34, 92, 96 Fries, Duane 16, 87 Friesen, Jeanette 16, 62 Frost, Elizabeth 34, 70, 73 Frost, James 16, 29, 48, 55, 74, 78, 87, 96, 97 Frost, Naomi 16, 29, 62 Frost, Ruth 40 Fuller, Landon 34 G Gadler, Timothy 92, 96 Gallagher, Jean 38, 63 Gammel, Harold 34, 62, 96 Gammel, Raymond 39 Hahnen, Richard 36, 73, 91 Hakensen, Jane 17, 78, 113 Hall, Marcia 36 Hallen, David 31, 73, 76 Halvorsen Halvorsen , Gretchen 39, 52 , Michael 36 Halvorsen, Patrick 31, 59 Halvorson, Richard 17, 49, 59, 74, 85, 96, 97, 100 Hansen, Marilyn 37, 63, 73 Hansen, Trygg 30, 85, 92, 96, 99 Hanson, Jaynewlj,-Q2 Hanson, Patricia 17 Hartwick, Ann 34 Hartwick, Katherine 39, 63, 72 Hartwick, Stephen 31, 48, 76, 85, 90 Hasse, Crystal 17, 61, 77 Hasse, Larry 37, 63 Haugan, Mary Jo 37, 52, 59 Haugan, Sigurd 30, 49 Hawkinson, Glenn 17 Hayes, Bernard 30 Hayes, Mary 37, 63 Hays, Dennis 37, 73 Hebbel, Elizabeth 39, 41, 52 Hebbel, Robert 39, 52 Heinn, Gerald 17 Hellickson, John 17 Hembree, Jackie 17 Hemming, Sandra 31 Hendrickson, Carol 34, 52, 53, 54, 58 117 Hendrickson, James 18 Hennessy, Donna 33 Hermes, Donna 18, 60 Heron, Alexandra 36, 52, 58 Heron, Elizabeth 37, 52, 58 Hillstrom, Linda 30, 62 Hinz, Alan 30 Hinz, Richard 18 Hoffman, Diana 39, 63 Hokanson, Mary 38, 63 Holt, Ronald 18 Hopp, Caroline 31, 48, 52, 58 Hopp, Thomas 39 Hosking, Barbara 18, 48, 65, 67, 75, 102 Hosking, William 31 Howard, Charlotte 18, 66 Huemoeller, Regina 39, 52, 63 Hughes, James 18, 74, 96, 97 Hult, Stephen 37 Hunt, Judith 18, 52, 53, 77 Hunt, Nancy 40, 52 Hunt, Susan 30, 59, 70, 71, 102 Hutton, Mary Ann 31 I lmbertson, Mary 39, 52 J Jack, Susan 31, 46, 50, 58, 106 Jeanneret, Christiane 4, 18, 48, 58, 69, 71 Jennings, Thomas 18 Jensen, Christine 3, 40, 63 Jensen, Duane 38, 73, 96 Jensen, Judith 37, 59 Jensen, Karen 34, 52 Jensen, Radina 33, 72, 103 Jensen, Raymond 3, 33, 73, 87, 91 Jensen, Sandra 30, 63, 70 Johnson, Beth 32, 33, 58 Johnson Johnson Johnson , Carol 18, 71 , Elizabeth 18, 51, 58 , Helene 37, 59 Johnson, James 37, 52 Johnson Johnson , Jeanne 36 , Joyce 39, 63 Kenny, Jo Ann 30, 48, 72 Kerl, Barbara 30, 52 Kilau, James 2, 19, 46 King, Carol 40, 63 Kirby, Arthur 19, 85, 92, 96 Kirby, John 38 Klarkowski, Susan 30, 62 Kloek, Linda 39 Knippenberg, Lorayne 33, 52, 59 Knopp, Marilyn 34 Knudsen, Bonnie 34 Knudsen, Charles 39 Knutson, David 19 Knutson, James 33, 91, 96 Knutson, Jean 38 Kcep, Thomas 33 Koeper, Charlotte 38, 63 Koeper, Kenneth 33, 62 Kohout, William 19 Komarek, Joseph 36 Kope, Judith 30 Korba, Anthony 19 Kowitz, Ann Marie 3, 40, 56, 63 Krastins, Uldis 30, 98 Krause, Nancy 37 Krinke, Mariann 38, 63 Kroona, David 40 Krueger, Barbara 40, 63 Kruger, Gerald 38 Kruskopf, Joan 33, 62 Kuhn, Ronald 31, 49, 73, 96, 97 Kuiawa, Diane 36, 54, 63 Kuiawa, John 40, 63 Kuiawa, Patricia 19 Kulvich, Mary 19, 60, 67 Kurz, Frederick 19, 29, 59, 74, 87 Kurz, Margaret 30, 59, 81 Kwong, Gary 3, 33, 48, 52, 59 Kwong, Roger 39, 52 L LaFond, Karen 32, 33, 46, 50 Lambert, Ralph 40 Lampher, Robert 33 Landis, John 98 Langdahl, Mary 39 Lofberg, Jeanette 38, 52 Loney, Gerald 34, 48, 77, 87, 94 Lord, Kathleen 38 Lucian, Marilyn 40, 63 Ludwig, DeLores 20, 52, 102, 103 Lueck, Anthony 31 Lundgren, Roger 31 M Maas, Virginia 33, 58 MacKenzie, Charles 33, 96 Magnuson, Alice 36, 52 Malmberg, Lyle 20, 29 Manke, Marcia 31 Mantis, Daphne 40 Mantis, John 20, 29, 48, 68, 74, 85, 93, 94, 100 Mantis, William 33, 72, 73, 85, 92, 93, 94, 96 Manus, Penny 20 Margette, Patricia 34 Marsh, Daniel 33, 91 Marshall, Wells 40 Martin, Lynda 34 Mattson, Eric 31 Mayer, David 30, 32, 48, 50, 51, 59, 857 90 Mazzitello, Susan 20, 52, 66 McCracken, Russell 39, 52 McCulIey, Anne 33, 58 McDiamid, Mary 39, 63 McDonald, Susan 31, 63, 73 McDonald, Thomas 39, 52 McKay, Carolyn 20, 29, 49, 78 McKay, Kathleen 38, 52, 63 McKillips, Linda 33, 62 McLean, Janet 33 McLean, Sharon 33, 52 McNeill, Sandra 63 McNeill, Susan 40 Meland er, Donald 3, 34 Melcher, Thomas 36 Merrell, Edward 39 Jo Ann 30, 48, 58 Merrill, Merwin, Alan 39 Merwin, Gary 38 Johnson, Kathleen 34, 52 Johnson, Kevin 31, 50, 106 Johnson, Kirby 38, 52 Johnson, Linda 33, 48, 50, 54, 102 Larkin, Richard 39, 63 Larson, Donna 38 Larson, Jan 19, 29, 65 Larson, Jo Anne 20, 51 103 Johnson, Mona 33 Johnson, Robert 30 Johnson, Roger 19, 74, 84, 92, 93, 94, 95 Larson, John, 38, 94, 96 Lauerer, Joan 31, 54, 102 Lauerer, Kathy 40, 52 LeClair, Cheri 2, 34 LeClair, Janet 33, 73 Mettler, David 38 Meyer, Robert 31 Meyers, Alan 3, 40 Miesen, Alida 33, 46, 62, 69 Miesen, Paul 20, 28, 29, 46, 68, 74, 85, 98 Milburn, Melody 37, 56, 72 Milburn, Stephen 40 Miller, Marilyn 31, 63 Kaada, Arna 37 Johnson, Stephen 38, 56 Johnson, Susan 19, 51, 59, 62, 65, 69, 75, 102 Johnson, William 39, 63 Johnston, Linda 34, 73 Josephson, Renee 30 K Lee Lee Lee Lee, , Dennis 34, 96 Karen 34, 52, 54, 59 Lynnae 38 Stephen 40 Leith, James 20 Lembke, Barbara 30, 62, 71, 72 Lembke, Jean 31, 52, 59, 103 Leslie, Patricia 39, 63 Miller, Mary 36, 72 Miller, Thomas 21, 52, 53 Mitche Mixon, ll, William 36, 86, 91 Mary 40, 52 Mixon, Timothy 39, 52, 53, 57 Montgomery, Joan 21, 60, 62, 79 Moone n, Jeanne 36 Moor, Victoria 34 Kampa, Joan 34, 59 Karner, Joan 31, 58 Kaufert, Joseph 4, 19, 29, 74, 87, 96, 97, 100 59, 66, Kavanaugh, Kathleen 40, 41, 52, 63 Kelaher, Kathryn 36 Keleher, Paul 40 Keller, Kenneth 34, 52 Keller, Lloyd 36 Kelley, Lyle 36 Kelley, Theresa 36 118 Lewis, James 20, 65 Lexcen, Allen 34 Lieder, Carolyn 31 Lieder, Ronald 34, 87 Lien, Richard 20, 29, 64, 74, 99 Lind, Jill 39, 63 Lindgren, Susan 37, 52, 72 Lindorfer, Laura 30, 48 Lindquist, Wayne 20 Link, Donald 40 Lippert, Leander 37, 68, 72, 94, 96 Lippert, Richard 3, 39 Morck, Agnes 34, 58, 71 Morlock, Paul 30, 48 Morton, Thomas 30, 86, 94 Muellner, Donald 21, 87, 98 Mullin, Margaret 39, 63 Mullin, Mary 37, 73 Munson, Stephen 31 Murfin, Marilyn 34, 62 Murray, Adair 21, 29, 44, 67 Murray, Linda 40, 63 N Narvaez, Eric 39 Narvaez, Leon 34, 58, 59, 91 Nason, Mary 38 Nelson, Barbara 31, 50, 73, 102 Nelson, Colleen 40 Nelson, David 40, 63 Nelson, Geraldine 30 Nelson, James 37, 86, 94 Nelson, Julene 38, 63 Nelson , Michael 36 Nelson, Patrick 39 Nelson , Robert 21, 74, 75, 79, 87 93, 94 Nelson, Ronald 40 Nelson, Steven 34, 87, 91 Neubrand, Marilyn 38, 63, 73 Neubrand, Paul 21, 52 Peterson, Lois 38, 63 Peterson, Mark 40, 63 Peterson, Michael 79 Peterson, Nancy 38 Peterson, Stuart 37, 94 Piermantier, Carol 36, 71, 73 Pietsch, David 22, 29, 74, 99 Pitts, Bryan 23, 62 Pitts, Reginald 86, 94 Polson, Sarah 40, 51, 63 Poltin, Lois 23, 29, 59, 78 Pomeroy, Catherine 34 Pomeroy, Dawn 39, 63 Pomeroy, Sherwood 23, 67, 87, 93, 94 Poye, Nancy 58 Schmidt, Eugene 35 Schmidt Raymond 33, 52, 54 schmugge, Jon 23, 29, sa, 59, 74, 96, 97 Schneider, Nicholas, 31, 59 Scholz, Jacqueline 31 Scholz, Joanne 33, 62 Schreifels, Barbara 30, 50, 52, 53 Schreifels, Lawrence 38 Schreifels, Mary Ann 24, 60, 65, 66, 69, 102, 103 Schramm, Jean 40 Schroeder, Karen 33, 59 Schroeder, Susan 38, 63 Schulz, Curtis 24 Selbin, Susan 24, 48, 49, 55, 64, 75 Newman, Tima 40 Nichols, Jack 21, 87, 88 Nichols, James 86, 88 Nielsen, Kathleen 33, 52, 70 Niemczyk, Nancy 21, 47, 62, 66, 67 Niemela, Linda 31, 50, 51,100 Niemela, Rowland 21, 85, 98 Nightingale, Charles 30, 35, 73, 86 Nobel, David 37 Nora, Lawrence 76 Nordstrom, Eileen 30 Novak, Roger 30 Nutz, Frederick 34 Nylund, James 34, 59, 85, 94 O O'Brien, Erin 33, 58, 66 Odegaard, Janet 30 Olson, Bruce C. 21,113 Olson, Bruce G. 21 Olson, Diane 30 Olson, Lowell 31 Olson, Sandra 34, 52, 53 Orf, Earl 21, 29, 31, 59, 7 Orf, Ester 58 4, 87, 100 Otto, Jay 38 Otto, Jerald 22 Owens, Judith 22, 60, 63 P Page, Christopher 22, 29, 44, 49 55, 74, 75, 78, 87, 100 Page, Gregory 30, 74, 94 Pankonin, Bruce 22, 96, 97 Pankonin, Janet 36 Paquette, Carol 30, 63 Paquette, Janet 38 Parrott, Constance 40 Paskewitz, Daniel 22, 29, 49, 58 75, 79 Poye, Patti 38, 63 Pranke, Daniel 34, 62 Prokopov, Nellie 34 Prong, Linda 35, 63, 73 Q Quam, Shari 34 R Ratlift, John 23 Raudenbusch, Paul 36, 52, 94 Razskazott, Donald 23, 48, 67, 74 87, 93, 94, 98 Razskazoff, Meredith 39, 63 Razskazoff, Susan 40, 63 Rees, Wayne 38, 63 Reuteler, Jeannine 34, 63 Rice, Barbara 33, 52, 73 Richards, Steven 39 Richardson, Floyd 34, 91 Risbrudt, Douglas 34 Risbrudt, Gregory 30, 46, 50, 69 92, 96, 97 Roan, Pamela 40, 41, 63 Rogness, Andrew 40 Rogness, Peter 33, 48, 73, 86, 91 92, 96 Rosecrans, Charles 23, 74, 85, 92 96 Rostvit, Lowell 35 Rostvit, Nadette 23, 60 Roth, Diane 36 Rozenberg, Linda 39, 63 Ruddy, Rosemary 23 Rudie, Rosemary 38 Rupp, Robert 3, 39 Rupp, Victoria 30, 59, 81 Rutford, Kenneth 23, 52 S Salmon, Betty 34, 103 Semior Semon, Lee 40 ozum, Irene 37, 63 Semon, Richard 37 Shatto, Marion 34 Shatto, Patricia 39, 63 Shoftner, Jane 35, 72 Shoffner, Kirk 24, 29, 48, 75, 78, 96, 97 59, 74, Shoffner, Sonya 39, 63 Shulstad, Christine 38, 63 Shulstad, Robert 34 Shuster, Andrea 34 Shuster, Terry 37, 68, 73, 94 Simon, Charles 38 Skildum, Janice 35, 63,103 Skildum, Thomas 40 Skovholt, Thomas 24, 48, 68, 74, 85, 89, 90, 91, 98 Skundberg, Donald 24 Slettom, Mary Jo 33, 48, 62, 63, 73 Slettom, William 39 Slifer, Anita 33 Smith Donald 24 29 64, 74, 87, 93,194,100 ' ' Smith, Gena 58 Smith, Jeannine 33, 58 Smith, Susan 30, 63, 73 Smits, Valdis 34, 92, 96 Snodgrass, John 24, 62, 74 Snyder, Erva 40, 63 n 24, 60, 65, 67 Soderlund, Kare 102 Solstad, Mary 35, 58, 63 Sorenson, June 24, 60 Sorenson, Meridee 34, 59 Souther, Barbara 40, 51 Souther, Richard 40, 63 Souther, Sarah 31, 49, 81 1 Paskewitz, Donald 40 Paskewitz, Joan 30, 48, 52, 59 Pass, Roger 33, 88 Patoile, Charlotte 38, 63 Patoile, Frank 33, 94 Patoile, John 22 Paulson, Altin 22, 44, 94 Salmon, Diane 23, 46 Sandberg, David 34 Sandberg, Richard 31 Sandberg, Shirley 34, 62 Sandgren, Sharon 30, 63 Sandgren, Sherman 30 Paulson, Janet 34, 44, 62, 103 Paulson, Terrence 30 Pautz, Donald 31, 74, 84, 85, 88 98 Pearson, Michael 22, 28, 74, 75, 85 89, 90, 98 Pederson, Myron 39 Peltier, William 22 Perlich, James 35, 96, 97 Perlich, Jean 39, 52 Perlich, Mary 22, 29, 59 Petersen, Leilani 22, 62 Petersen, Michael 34, 38 Peterson, Glenda 34, 63 1 Sandquist, Carolyn 23, 28, 49, 51, 63 Sands, Karen 35, 68, 72 Sargent, James 52 Sargent, Lawrence 32, 98 Sater, Katherine 38 Satersmoen, James 31 Sautter, Marjorie 34, 59, 62 Sauvageau, Samuel 38 Schaaf, Joseph 33, 62 Schaller, Sandra 30 Schanke, Lynn 30 Scherbert, Jack 35, 86 Scherbert, Jeanne 34, 52, 63 Schlaeger, Sally 31, 62 Spandau, Sylvia 36, 59, 63 Spandau, Werner 24 Sparr, Gary 34, 94 Sperbeck, Anthony 31 Spooner, Roger 24, 55, 74, 89, 90 92, 96 Starck, Delores 30 Steen, David 74 Stein, Kerry 38, 52 Steinle, Donald 25, 28, 62, 74, 85 98 Stephenson, Judith 39, 52 Stevenson, Bernadine 31 Storaasli, Carolyn 30, 59, 71, 73 Storey, Lucia 25 Stoskopf, Mary 25, 64, 67, 75, 102 Strandquist, Robert 30 Strane, Joy 40, 52 Strane, Star 38 Strenglis, Kathryn 25, 28, 49, 62 63, 65 Stromberg, James 62, 63 119 Susan Selbin Sullivan, Kathleen 40 Sullivan, Michael 34, 74, 88 Sullivan, Thomas 25, 85, 87 Sundstrom, Kathleen 31 Sutton, Gloria 40 Svenning, Ardith 59 Swadberg, Thomas 31, 49 Swanson, Dale 38 Swanson, John 30, 48, 52 Swanson, Margaret 3, 39, 63 Swanson, Ronald 39, 52 Russell 31, 49, 73, 74 Swanson, 96, 97, 100 Sweet, John 36, 58, 86, 91 Sweet, Judith 30, 49, 58, 62, 81 103 Sweetland, Lynn 46 Swensgard, Allen 40 Swensgard, Dolores 36, 63 Swinton, Yvonne 33 Syrdal, Frederic 25, 29, 49, 59, 90 T Talbott, Richard 25, 49, 57 Talbott, Susan 34, 48, 73 Teig, Linda 25, 62 Tellander, Dennis 74, 88 Thistle, Sharon 34, 52, 53 Thoennes, Joanne 36, 58 Thoennes, Kathleen 31, 48, 58 Thompson, Beverly 31, 48, 57, 59 71, 73, 100 Thompson, Linn 30, 59, 73, 81 Thompson, Mark 34, 73, 74, 85, 92 93, 94, 96 Thompson, Robert 31, 85, 94 Thone, Robert 40 Thorstenson, Sara 25, 48, 49, 55 60, 62, 63, 102 Thorstenson, Thomas 30, 72, 73, 91 Throngard, Michael 88 Thurow, Allyn 31, 48, 76 Thurow, Patricia 40, 41, 63 Thurow, Priscilla 35, 52 Tiedeman, Janet 25, 46, 62, 64, 75 Timm, Jane 25, 52, 61, 77 Timm, Richard 25, 74, 85 Timm, Richard H. 91 Torgersen, Daniel 33, 65, 74, 96, 97 Tousley, Sandra 26, 52, 53, 54, 55 67, 71, 79 Trammell, Patricia 35, 63, 73 Trapp, Dorothy 26, 28, 63, 79, 102 103 Treichel, Judith 26, 49, 62, 102 Trower, Nancy 35, 63, 72 Truen, Sandra 36 Tschida, Donald 31 Tselos, Susan 39, 63 Tuff, Susan 38, 52, 53 Tunell, Stephen 31 Turnbull, Douglas 40 Warner, John 2, 33 Warner, Raymond 2, 26, 76 Waterman, Paul 31, 52, 53, 59, 66 Watt, Deborah 39, 41, 52 Webber, Kathleen 34, 44, 62 Webber, Shirley 26, 61, 62 Weber, Edward 36 Weber, Gerald 39 Weber, Kathleen 34, 62 Weber, William 39 Weihrauch, Judith 34 Weihrauch, Michael 26, 28, 57, 67, 74, 81, 84, 85, 86 White, Elizabeth 40, 63 White, Mary Ruth 27, 49, 63, 64 White, Richard 30 Wiger, LeRoy 38, 52 Wiger, Lillian 30 Wilke, Barbara 2, 27, 62, 114 Willard, George 30, 90 Turnquist, Barbara 36, 53, 73, 100 U Ubel, William 40 Ulvin, Richard 26, 56, 106 Underhill, William 40 Uram, Nancy 40, 41 V VanZanden, Susan 30 Vollmer, John 26, 74, 76, 85, 89, 90, 91, 92, 96 Vong, Martha 26, 28, 60, 103 Vong, Mildred 36, 72 W Wachholz, Karen 34, 59 Wagener, Joanne 33, 52 Wagener, Kurt 26, 29, 74, 87 Wagner, Susan 31 Wall, Ann 30, 48, 52, 81,102 Wallrich, Jack 26 Walls, Thomas 26, 74, 92, 96 Wandmccher, Gary 31, 48, 50, 85, 90, 92, 96 Warner, James 34, 62 Willard, Terrence 34 Willman, Keith 38 Wilson, Jeanne 30 Wirtz, Lawrence 30 Wirtz, Rosemary 39, 63 Wolens, Jane 38, 63 Wolens, Richard 30, 35 Wolf, 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