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School Life .... 62-99
for the many opportunities of
learning offered to us to help
in achieving our goals and
realizing our ambitions the
1962 Pilot stat? IS dedicating
this yearbook ln apprecla
tion to our school
We will remember the ex
pernences had in the chemls
try and biology laboratories
music rooms the home eco
nomlcs kitchen and the ll
brary These facilities and
others, which saw much use
through many years, are
about to be changed
The new addition, upon
completion, will feature im-
psrovementsasssof the various
departments. However, the
seniors of 1962 will remem-
ber the old rooms and these
familiar views. . . . .
Faculty Is Always Dependable
Important in the lives of the students are Murray's
counselors. it seems that they are always busy helping
students over rough spots or giving tests and helpful ad-
vice on which college would be best suited to a particu-
Everyone will fondly remember Mr. James Palmer and
Miss Gladys Rose as willing and ready to help us with
problems without hesitation whenever needed.
Checking up on absent stu-
dents is only one of the end-
less duties of the office staff.
Indispensable to the workings of
Murray High School are Mrs.
Betsy Barnes at left and Miss
Ruth Trost. Those who find them-
selves in need of medical atten-
tion are sympathetically dealt
with by Mrs. Viola Peterson, the
Working closely together in school matters are
Mr. Leslie Tripp, principal, and Mr. Donald Simme-
link, assistant principal. They are the coordinators
of all school affairs. Their daily duties dealing with
students keep them busy. ln spite of their crowded
schedules, both find time to support Murray's athletic
Besides working closely together, they must keep
in close contact with the teachers. They are respon-
sible for maintaining the atmosphere ofa closely knit
family among the faculty.
Enjoying the showcase display are Mr. David
Lam from Macalester College and Miss Carol
Schielderup from the University of Minnesota.
Mr. Lam aided Miss Paschke in her math classes
and Miss Schielderup practiced teaching tech-
niques in Mrs. Fisker's home economics classes.
Mr. Donald Simensen taught senior social
studies classes during Mr. Mather's absence.
Taking a few moments from their busy sched-
ule to chat in the hall are Miss Florence Vest,
Miss Mary Healy, and Mrs. Anne Fisker.
Miss Vest is the head of Murray's speech de-
partment. She directs the Senior Class Play and
is adviser tor Dramatic Club. Miss Healy teaches
junior English, Mrs, Fisker is Murray's home
economics teacher, ably instructing girls in the
arts of sewing and cooking, All three have given
much of their time and talents in service to
Murray and its students.
Ready To Serve
Standing in the hall are Mr. Alexander Heron, Mr.
Charles Rogers, and Mr. Lloyd Marengo.
Mr. Heron is Murray's band leader and organizer ot the
annual Spring Band Concert.
Mr. Rogers teaches American history and ninth grade
social studies and is the organizer ot the Social Studies
Club, while Mr. Marengo instructs juniors and seniors in
Getting a ringside view ot construction
are Mr. Eugene Pose, Miss Margaret Pasch-
ke, Mrs. Lucille Smith, Mr. Leon King, and
Mr. John Lape.
Mr. Pose is the metal and wood shop in-
structor, Miss Paschke is the math instructor,
while Mrs. Smith teaches chemistry and
science. Mr. King is the librarian. Mr. Lape
teaches journalism and English.
Stopping by the mailboxes in the
morning becomes the ritual of all teach-
ers. Here is Mr. Edward Datko telling
Miss Louise Pederson and Mrs. Patricia
Fritsche a ioke, while Mr. Addison reads
Mr, Datko teaches English and read-
ing, Miss Pederson teaches English and
math, Mrs. Fritsche teaches physical edu-
cation, and Mr. Addison teaches English
This year Murray was happy to
welcome four new teachers to its pres-
ent staff. Seated at a table in the
library are Mrs. Irene Zimmerman,
who teaches Spanish, Miss Mariorie
Rusch, music instructor, Mr. Daniel
Sorenson, who has taken charge of
the art classes, and Mrs. Margaret
Berdahl, who teaches both German
and English and is adviser of the
German Club and newly organized
German Round Singers.
Assembled in the equipment H
room to talk over coming sports
are Murray's coaches, from left Q
to right, Mr. Bernard Broderick, l
Mr. Reno Rossini, Mr. Vernon
Petersen, Mr. Clarence Fulmek,
Mr. George Rose, Mr. Robert
Ritter, and Mr. John Pearson.
These men put forth great ef-
fort in training their teams for
competition and teaching them
good sportsmanship, whether on
the field or off, which will be of
great help to them in later life.
Pausing to have their picture taken are Mrs. Dona teaches math. Miss Helseth is in charge of Business
Duffy, Miss Virginia Fertig, Miss Louise Smith, Miss Val- Cadettes and has shorthand and typing classes. Miss
borg Helgeth, and Miss Mqrggreftq Ellsworth. Ellsworth teaches seventh, eighth, and ninth grade social
Mrs. Duffy teaches English. Miss Fertig teaches Ameri- studies classes.
can and world history. Miss Smith advises F.T.A. and
Taking a moment to relax
before returning to their num-
erous tasks is Murray's indi-
spensable maintenance staff.
Mr. Marvin House, Mr. George
Sutherlin, Mrs. Lyola Pillow,
Mr. Ernest Anderson, and Mr.
Tully Soderman are enjoying
their break conversing in the
gym. Just a few of their count-
less duties are keeping class-
rooms clean and heated to
provide comfortable conditions
for students, and keeping
walks free of snow and ice
during the winter.
For Richer Future Lives
Working hard to prepare lunches for
Murray students and faculty are these three
members of the kitchen staff. Looking into
Getting ready to serve lunch to
over 350 students and faculty mem-
bers vvho buy their lunches daily are
these kitchen workers. Waiting pa-
tiently for the lunch bell to ring and
the flood of students to arrive are Mrs.
Ethel Agnevv, Mrs. Ordena Magnuson,
and Mrs. Esther Wilke. During each
of the three lunch periods there is a
seemingly endless line of hungry peo-
ple avvaiting their quick and efficient
the oven to check the baking goods is Mrs.
Margaret McGuire. Mrs. Mary Woldt and
Mrs. Leona Newquist butter freshly baked
rolls. Scores of these rolls are devoured
each day by hungry students after the tan-
talizing aroma of their baking has begun
to work on taste buds.
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ALEXANDER, RICHARD-Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, Jr. Varsity
Football 2, Como Pk. Jr. High School l.
ALLEN, ARLEY-Protection Crew 2, 3.
ALLRED, MARCIA-FTA 3, 4, Pres. 4, GAA I, 2, Girls'
League I-3, Spanish Club i-3, V. Pres. 2, Prog. Chm. 3.
AMRHIEN, WILLIAM-Latin Club l, Hill High School 2.
ANDERSON, GARY--Gymnastics 2-4, Letter Awards 2-4, Latin Club 3, M Club 2-4,
V. Pres. 4, Sr. Class Pres., Soph. Class Board, Tennis 2.
APPEL, SANDRA-GAA 2, Girls' League l-3, Student Council Rep. 4.
"For Murray High We Give A Cheer"
BAKER, JUDITH-Flag Twirler 2-4, Letter Award 4, FTA 3, 4,
GAA 2, Girls' League l-3, Spanish Club 2.
BARSCH, JANET-D Group I, 2, FTA 4, GAA i, 2, German
Club 3, Girls' League l-3, Murcurie Agent i, Student Coun-
BAUER, JOHN-Jr. Varsity Baseball l, 2, Cross Country 4,
Jr. Varsity Football l, 2, Jr. Varsity Hockey l, 2, Sr. Varsity
4, Latin Club 'l, Pilot Agent 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Student
Council Rep. 2, 3, Tennis 3.
BERG, SUSANNE-Business Cadettes 4, Sr. Choir 4, FTA 4,
GAA l, Girls' League i-3, School Service 3, Central High
BERGER, SUSAN-Business Cadettes 4, Girls' League 2, 3,
Como Pk. Jr. High School l.
BERGMANN, MICHAEL-Band 2-4, Letter Awards 2, 3, Treas.
4, Cross Country 2-4, Letter Awards 2-4, Capt. 4, Jr. Class
Board, Library Club 2-4, M Club 2-4, Pres, 4, Soph. Class
Sgt. at Arms, Swimming 2-4, Letter Awards 2-4, Co-Capt.
4, Track 2-4, Letter Award 2-4, Sr. Class Board.
BEYER, JEFFREY-Dramatic Club 3, 4, Sr. Varsity Football
T-3, Letter Awards 2, 3, Jr. Varsity Hockey 'l, Sr, Varsity
2-4, Letter Awards 3, 4, Intramurals 3, M Club 2-4.
BONE, VICTORIA-Co-Pilots 2, D Group i-3, Dramatic Club
4, FTA 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, German Club 2, 3,
Girls' League l-3, Library Club 3, 4, Soph. Class Board.
BORGESON, VICTOR-Dramatic Club 4, FTA 3, 4, Library Club 2-4, Pilot Agent
l-4, Sr. Class Play 4.
BOYLE, PATRICIA-FTA 3, 4, GAA i-4, Sporthead 3, Rec. Sec. 4, Letter Award 3,
Girls' League l-3, Homecoming Queen Cand., Jr. Class Board, Latin Club I-3,
Library Club 2-4, Prog. Chm. 4, Murcurie Agent T, 2, Staff 4, Prom Co-Chm. 3,
Quill and Scroll 4, Sr. Class Board, Soph. Class V. Pres., Student Council Rep. 2.
BRAA, VIRGINIA-Business Cadettes 4, Dramatic Club 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA l-4, Sport-
head 3, Letter Award 3, Girls' League l-3, Rep, 2, Murcurie Agent 2, Pilot Agent
l, School Service 3, Spanish Club l, 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 3.
BRASTED, MARY-D Group l, FTA 3, 4, GAA l-3, Letter Award 3, Girls' League
I-3, Latin Club I, 2, Library Club 2-4, Rec. Sec. 4, Pilot Sr. Ed. 4, Agent 2-4,
Quill and Scroll 4, Sr. Class Board.
Say Joyous Seniors Loud Ancl Clear
BRODERICK, CATHERINE-Band l, 2, Letter Award 2, FTA
3, 4, GAA l-4, Sporthead 3, Letter Award 3, All City 4,
Girls' League l-3, Rep. l-3, Oftice Force l, Pilot Agent 3,
Spanish Club 3, 4, School Service 3, Sr. Class Board 4.
BROWN, KATHERINE-Band 2, 3, Letter Award 3, D Group
I, 2, FTA 4, GAA l-4, Sporthead 3, V. Pres. 4, Letter
Award 3, All City 4, Library Club 3, 4, Murcurie News
Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 3, Girls'
BRUCE, NORMA-Dramatic Club 4, FTA 4, Girls' League 2,
3, Como Pk. Jr. High School l.
CADWELL, BETTY-Business Cadettes 3, 4, Treas. 4, Co-
Pilots 2, FTA 3, 4, Treas. 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, All
City 4, Girls' League l-3, Latin Club l, Murcurie Acc't. 4,
Agent 2-4, Pilot Acc't. 3, 4, Typist 4, Agent l, Quill and
CANNONS, JEANNE-Sr. Choir 2, 4, Co-Pilots 2, 4, Capt. 4,
FTA 3, Girls' League 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Como Pk.
Jr. High School l.
CARLSON, JUDITH-Sr, Choir 2-4, GAA I, 2, Girls' League
I-3, Murcurie Agent 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Co-Prog. Chm.
2, Trio 2, 3.
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CARLSON, RICHARD-Gymnastics 2-4, Letter Awards 2-45 M
Club 2-45 Como Pk. Jr. High School I.
CECCHI, ANNA-D Group i-45 FTA 35 GAA l, 25 Girls'
League I-35 Latin Club l.
CERNY, ANN-Jr. Choir l, Sr. Choir 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45
FTA 45 GAA l-4, Letter Award 35 German Club 3, 45 Girls'
League l-35 Latin Club l, 25 Murcurie Co-Editor 45 Quill
and Scroll 3, 45 Sr. Class Play 45 Library Club 2-4.
CHRISTENSEN, JANE-Blarney Ball Queen 25 Canteen Board
35 FTA 35 GAA I-45 Girls' League l-35 Homecoming Queen
Cond. 45 Jr, Class Board5 Murcurie Agent 25 Pilot Sports
Ed. 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Spanish Club l-35 Student Coun-
cil 3, 4, V. Pres. 45 American High School, Mexico City,
CLEMEN, RICHARD-Jr. Varsity Basketball l, 2, Sr. Varsity
3, 45 Jr. Varsity Football l, 2.
CLEMENTS, ANN-FTA 45 Girls' League 2, 35 Spanish Club
2, 35 Lincoln High School, Redwood Falls, Minn, l.
For Friendships Made
COONEY, MARY-FTA 35 Girls' League l-3.
CUTKOMP, KAY-Co-Pilots 25 FTA 3, 45 GAA l-4, Letter Award 45 Girls' League
l-35 Murcurie News Ed. 4, Agent 25 Quill and Scroll 45 Spanish Club I, 2.
DELGER, MARY-Canteen Board 35 Dramatic Club 45 FTA 3, 45 GAA l-4, Letter
Award 35 Girls' League l-35 Latin Club l, 25 Sr. Class Play 45 Student Council
DURANT, BRUCE-Band l, 25 Dramatic Club 45 Intramurals 1, 25 Murcurie Agent 45
Pilot Agent 35 Sr. Class Play 45 Student Council Rep. 25 Wrestling 4.
EDDY, KAY-FTA 3, 45 GAA l-4, Sporthead 3, Letter Award
3, All City 4, Corres. Sec. 45 German Club 2-45 Girls'
League l-35 Latin Club lg Murcurie Sports Ed. 45 Quill and
Scroll 3, 4, Treas. 45 Student Council Rep. 2, 3.
FORBES, WILLIAM-Baseball Mgr. 2-45 Basketball Mgr. 2-4,
Letter Award 4.
GADLER, TIMOTHY-Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, Sr. Varsity 3, 4,
Letter Award 45 Dramatic Club 45 German Club 35 M Club
45 Sr. Class Play 45 North Jr. High School, Colo. Springs,
GARDNER, THOMAS-Proiection Crew 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4,
Como Pk. Jr. High School I.
GIVING, INGRID-D Group I, Sr. Choir 2-4, Dramatic Club
2-4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2-4, Letter Award 3, All City 4, German
Club 2-4, V. Pres. 4, Girls' League I-3, Sr. Class Play 4,
Sr. Class Sec., Soph. Class Board.
GRECCO, CHERYL-Sr. Choir 2-4, FTA 4, Girls' League I-3,
Latin Club I, 2, Octette 2-4, Sr, Class Play 4, Dramatic
HAFF, GUY-Jr. Varsity Basketball I, Cross Country 4, Letter
Award 4, Dramatic Club 4, Jr. Varsity Football I, 2, M Club
4, Pilot Agent 4, Ass't. Business Mgr. 4, Sr. Class Play 4,
Track 3, 4.
HALLEN, DAVID-D Group I-4, Intramurals 2, 3, Jr. Class
Board, Latin Club 2-4, Proiection Crew 3, Student Council
Rep. 4, Sr, Class Board 4, Coma Pk. Jr. High School I.
HALVORSEN, PATRICK-German Club 3, School Service 4.
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HARTMAN, IRIS-Dramatic Club 4, GAA 4, German Club 4, Library Club 4, Pilot
Agent 4, Sr. Class Play 4, AFS Exchange Student 4, Keslce-Suomen Yhteislcoulu,
HARTWICK, STEPHEN-Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, Sr. Varsity 3, 4, Letter Awards 3,
4, Jr. Varsity Football I, 2, Sr. Varsity 3, 4, Letter Awards 3, 4, German Club 3,
Library Club 2-4, M Club 3, 4, Murcurie Agent I, 2, Pilot Agent I, Proiection Crew
3, Student Council Rep, 4.
HAUGAN, SIGURD-Jr. Varsity Football I, German Club 4, Latin Club I, 2, Library
Club 3, 4.
HENNESSY DONNA Co Pilots 2 Dramatic Club 4, FTA 3,
4 Girls League I 3 School Service 3 4
HILLSTROM, LINDA-Sr. Choir 2-4, Co-Pilots 2, FTA 3, 4,
Girls' League I-3, School Service 3, 4, Sno Princess Cand. I.
HOPP, CAROLINE-Band I-3, Letter Award 2, FTA 3, 4, GAA
HEMMING, SANDRA-Girls' League I-3, Student Council Rep. 2.
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I-4, Letter Award 4, Girls' League I-3, Library Club 3, 4,
Murcurie Staff 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Spanish Club I-4, Sec.
2, Student Council Rep. 4.
HOSKING, WILLIAM-Jr. Varsity Football I, 2, Jr. Varsity
Hockey I, 2, Intramurals I, 2.
HUNT, SUSAN-Blarney Ball Queen Cand. 2, Cheerleader
2-4, Capt. 3, GAA I-4, Sporthead 3, Letter Award 3, Ger-
man Club 2, 3, Treas. 3, Girls' League I-3, Treas. 3, Mur-
curie Agent 3, Sr. Class Play 4, Soph. Class Sec., Student
Council Rep. I.
HUTTON, MARY ANN-Business Cad-ettes 4, FTA 3, GAA I,
2, Girls' League I-3.
JACK, SUSAN-Canteen Board 3, Co-Pilots 2, FTA 3, 4,
V. Pres. 4, GAA 2-4, Girls' League 2, 3, Rep, 2, 3, Home-
coming Queen 4, Murcurie Agent 3, Pilot Adv. Ed. 4, Quill
and Scroll 4, Student Council Rep. 4, Como Pk. Jr. High
JENSEN, SANDRA-Cheerleader 2-4, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Dra-
matic Club 3, 4, Sec. 4, GAA I-3, Girls' League I-3.
JOHNSON, BETH-D Group 3, 4, Band 2, Girls' League 2,
3, Girls State 3, Jr. Class Treas, Spanish Club 2, 3, Pres.
3, Tri-Mont High School, Tri-Mont, Minn. I
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Murray, We Are Loyal To You
JOHNSON, LINDA-Canteen Board 3, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, Sporthead 3, Letter Award
3, Girls' League I-3, Homecoming Queen Cond. 4, Latin Club I-3, Library Club 2-4,
Pilot Co-Editor, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sno Princess I, Jr. Student Council Sec. I.
JOHNSON, ROBERT-Stage Force 2, Como Pk, Jr. High School I.
JOSEPHSON, RENEE-Business Cadettes 4, Sr. Choir 4, FTA 4, GAA 2, Girls' League
2, 3, Office Force I, Spanish Club 2, Como Pk. Jr. High School I.
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KARNER, JOAN-GAA I-4, Letter Award 4, Girls' League I-3, Murcurie Agent 2,
Adv. Ed. 4, Spanish Club I-4.
KERL, BARBARA-Band 2-4, Letter Award 2, GAA I-4, Letter
Award 4, Girls' League I-3, Sr. Class Play 4, Student
Council Rep. 2.
KISSANE, JEANNE-Dramatic Club 4, Choir 4, Washington
High School 2, 3.
KNIPPENBERG, LORAYNE-Band 2-4, Letter Award 2-4,
D Group I-3, FTA 4, GAA 2-4, Letter Award 3, German
Club 2-4, Girls' League 2, 3, Rep. 2, Como Pk. Jr. High
KOEP, JUDY-Business Cadettes 4, Prog. Ch. 4, V. Pres, 4,
Sr. Choir 4, FTA 4, Murcurie Agent 3, Girls League I-3.
KRASTINS, ULDlS-Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, Pilot Agent 2,
Sr. Class Play 4, School Service 2, Student Council 4, Track
2, Dramatic Club 4, Riverdale High School, Riverdale, N.
KUHN, RONALD-Blarney Ball King Cand. 2, D Group l-4,
Golf 2-4, Letter Awards 3, 4, Jr. Class Board, Latin Club
. 2-4, Library Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, M Club 3, 4, Sr. Class
Board, Swimming 2-4, Letter Awards 3, 4, Como Pk. Jr. High
KURZ, MARGARET-Blarney Ball Queen Cand. 2, FTA 3, 4,
Sec. 4, GAA I-3, German Club 3, 4, Girls' League l-3,
Latin Club I, 2, Sno Princess Cand. l.
ik Q , LAFOND, KAREN-Business Cadettes 4, Canteen Board 3,
'F ,,'f f' GAA l-4, Girls' League I-3, Jr. Class Sec., Latin Club l, 2,
Soph. Class Board.
X J LAMPHER, ROBERT-Student Council Rep. 4.
As We Leave Foncl Memories
LANDIS, JOHN-Cross Country 4, Letter Award 4, Dramatic Club 4, Jr. Varsity
Football l, M Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Board, Sr. Class Play 4, Sno Prince Cand. l,
Track l-4, Letter Awards 3, 4.
LAUERER, JOAN-Band l-4, V. Pres. 4, Letter Awards 2, 3, FTA 3, GAA l-4, Sport-
head 3, Letter Award 3, Pres. 4, All City 4, Girls' League I-3, Rep. I, Latin Club ,
l, 2, Murcurie Adv. Ed. 4, Pilot Agent 2, 3, Quill and Scroll 4. ,.A, , I
LEMBKE, JEAN-Band 2, 3, Letter Award 3, D Group I, 2, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1-4, Let-
ter Award 3, German Club 2, 3, V. Pres. 3, Girls' League I-3, Library Club 2-4,
Murcurie Feature Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 2, 4.
LIEDER, CAROLYN-Sr. Choir 4, GAA 3, Girls' League l-3, Latin Club l.
LINDORFER, LAURA-GAA l, 2, Girls' League l-3, Home-
coming Queen Cand. 4, Latin Club I, Library Club 3, 4, V.
Pres. 4, Sno Princess Cand. l, Student Council Rep, 3.
MAAS, VIRGINIA-Band l, 2, 4, Letter Award 2, FTA 4,
GAA l-4, Sporthead 3, Letter Award 3, All City 4, Girls'
League l-3, Spanish Club 2, 3.
McCALL, MARY-FTA 3, 4, Girls' League I-3.
MCCULLEY, ANNE-Sr. Choir l, 2, 4, FTA 4, GAA l-4,
Girls' League I-3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Sec. 3.
MCDONALD, SUSAN-Sr. Choir 3, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2-4, Letter
Award 4, Girls' League 2, 3, Latin Club 2-4, Pilot Agent
2, American Academy, Athens, Greece l.
McKILLIPS, LINDA-Business Cadettes 4, Sr, Choir I-4, FTA
3, 4, GAA I, Girls' League I-3, Ottlce Force 3, Supply
Z W 'C ' MCLEAN, JANET-Sr. Choir 3, 4, CO-Pllois 2, FTA 3, GAA l, 2, Girls' League l-3,
Q fl " , Spanish Club l, 2.
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MANKE, MARCIA-Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Girls' League
3, 4, Sr. Class Play 3, 4.
I-3, School Service
MATTSON, ERIC-Sr. Choir 2, 4, Intramurals 3, Como Pk. Jr, High School I.
Varsity 3, 4, Letter
MAYER, DAVID-D Group I, Jr, Varsity Basketball I, 2, Sr.
Awards 3, 4, Canteen Board 3, Jr. Varsity Football I, 2, Sr. Varsity 3, 4, Letter
Awards 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, German Club 3, Jr. Class Pres. 3, Library Club 2-4, Murcurie
Agent 3, Pilot Sports Ed. 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Sna Prince Cond. I, Soph. Class
Treas. 2, Student Council Rep, 3, School Service 4, M Club 3, 4.
MERRILL, JOANN-GAA 2-4, Letter Award 3, Girls' League
2, 3, Library Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Como Pk. Jr. we
High School I. . . l
MEYER, ROBERT-Jr. Varsity Football I, 2, Intramurals I-4,
MIESEN, ALIDA-Sr. Choir 2-4, V. Pres, 4, Octette 3, 4, img: H
Como Pk. Jr. High School I. 'i"" l' H E?
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MILLER, MARILYN-Business Cadettes 4, Sec. 4, Sr. Choir 3,
Dramatic Club 4, Girls' League 2, 3, Como Pk. Jr. High
MORLOCK, PAUL-Library Club 2-4, Proiection Crew I-4,
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MUNSON, STEPHEN-D Group I-4, Pilot Agent 4, Sr. Class
Play 4, Spanish Club 4. A
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NELSON, BARBARA-Business Cadettes 4, Pres. 4, Canteen
Board 3, Sec.-Treas. 3, Co-Pilots 2, D Group l, 2, FTA
3, 4, GAA 2-4, Sporthead 3, Letter Award 4, Girls' League
2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, Sec. 2, Pilot Class Ed. 4, Quill and
Scroll 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 2, Sr. Class Board.
NELSON, GERALDINE-FTA 3, 4, GAA 2-4, Girls' League 2,
3, Fairview Jr. High School l.
NIEMELA, LINDA JEAN-Canteen Board 3, Co-Pilots 2, Dra-
matic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2-4, Sporthead 3, Letter Award
3, All City 4, Treas. 4, German Club 2, Girls' League 2,
3, Murcurie Sports Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, School Serv-
ice 3, Como Pk. Jr. High School I.
NORDSTROM, EiLEEN-Business cudenes 4, D Group 1-3, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2-4, " g 'Q
Como Pk. Jr. High School l, Girls' League 2, 3.
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NOVAK, ROGER-Homecoming Mgr. 4, Latin Club l, Sr. Class Treas., Track l. k" il . ll
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O'BRlEN, ERlN-Blarney Ball Queen Cand. 2, Dramatic Club 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA
2-4, Girls' League 2, 3, Sr. Class Play 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Aurora High School,
Aurora, Minn. l.
OLSON, DIANE-Sr. Choir 2, 3, Accompanist 3, Dramatic Club 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA
l, 2, Girls' League l-3, Latin Club I, 2, Octette Accompanist 2-4, Pilot Sr. Ed. 4,
Student Council Rep. I, Trio Accompanist 2, 3.
OLSON, LINDA-D Group l, 2, FTA 4, GAA l, 2, 4, Letter
Award 2, Girls' League l, 2, Rep, 2, Library Club 4, Stu-
dent Council Riep. l, 4, Sr, Class V. Pres., Lundellska
Laroverket, Uppsala, Sweden 3.
OLSON, LOWELL-Band 2-4, Proiection Crew 2, 3, Como Pk.
Jr. High School I.
ORF, ESTHER-Business Cadettes 4, Sr. Choir 2, 4, Co-
Pilots 2, Girls' League 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Como Pk.
Jr, High School l.
PAQUETTE, CAROLE-Sr, Choir 2-4, Sec. 4, Dramatic Club
4, FTA 3, GAA l, Girls' League l-3, Sr. Class Play 4,
Student Council Rep. 4.
PAULSON, TERRENCE-Dramatic Club 3, 4, Murcurie Co-
Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4.
PAUTZ, DONALD-Sr. Varsity Baseball 4, Blarney Ball King
2, Sr. Varsity Football 2-4, Letter Awards 3, 4, Capt. 4,
Gymnastics 2-4, Letter Awards 2-4, Capt. 3, Latin Club 2, M
Club 2-4, Soph. Class Board, Student Council Rep. 2-4,
Treas. 4, Track 2, Como Pk. Jr. High School l.
POYE, NANCY-Dramatic Club 4, FTA 4, Girls' League
3, Sr. Class Play 4, Spanish Club 3, Central High School
REICHOW, CECELIA-Washington High School I-3.
RISBRUDT, GREGORY-Band 4, Letter Award 4, Jr. Varsity
Baseball I, 2, Sr. Varsity 3, 4, Letter Award 4, Canteen
Board 3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Homecoming Mgr.
4, Latin Club I, 2, M Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Soph.
Class Board, Student Council I, 4, Swimming 3, 4, Letter
Awards 3, 4.
RUPP, VICTORIA-AFS 3, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award
3, All City 4, German Club 3, Girls' League I-3, Latin Club
I, 2, Murcurie Feature Ed, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pres, 4.
SAMMIS, JOHN-Onamia High School, Onamia, Minn., I-3.
Our Aids In Facing
SANDGREN, SHARON-Business Cadettes 4, Sr. Choir I-4, Ass't Sec. 4, GAA
Girls' League I-3, School Service 3, Supply Store 4, Letter Award 4.
SANDGREN, SHERMAN-Latin Club I, Murcurie Agent 4, Proiection Crew l.
SARGENT, LARRY-Blarney Ball King Cond, 2, D Group I, 2, Homecoming Mgr.
4, Jr. Class V. Pres., Library Club 3, 4, Pilot Agent I-3, Business Mgr. 4, Quill
and Scroll 3, 4, V. Pres, 4, Sno Prince I, Soph. Class Pres., Track I, 2. '
SATERSMOEN, JAMES-Intramurals 2, 3, Proiection Crew
SCHAAF, JOSEPH-Sr. Choir 2-4, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Dra-
matic Club 4, Intramurals 2, 3, Pilot Agent 4, Sr. Class Play
4, Sr. Class Board, Como Pk. Jr. High School I.
SCHLAEGER, SALLY-Sr. Choir 3, 4, FTA 4, Girls' League 3,
Archbishop Murray Memorial High School I, 2.
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SCHNEIDER, NICHOLAS-German Club 2, 3, Sr. Class
Play 4, Soph. Class Board, Student Council Rep, 3.
SCHOLZ, JACQUELINE-Business Codettes 4, FTA 3, Girls'
League I-3, School Service 4.
SCHREIFELS, BARBARA-Business Cadettes 4, Canteen Board
3, Sr. Choir I, 2, Flagtwirler 3, 4, Letter Award 4, FTA
4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, All City 4, Girls' League l-3,
SMITH, GENA-Business Cadettes 4, Girls' League 2, 3,
Murcurie Agent 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Supply Store 4,
Como Pk. Jr. High School I.
SMITH, JEANINE-Business Cadettes 4, Dramatic Club 2-4,
Pres. 4, FTA 4, GAA l, 2, Girls' League l-3, Spanish Club
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-4, Letter Award 4,
SOUTHER, SARAH-D Group I, .lr. Choir l, FTA 3, 4, GAA l
Girls' League I-3, Latin Club I, 2, Library Club 2-4, Murcurie Agent 2, Pilot Agent
l, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council Rep, 3, Supply Store I, Pilot Activi-
ties Ed. 4, Art Ed. 4.
STARK, DELORES-Business Cadettes 4, Sr Choir 4, Girls' League I-3.
STATHAS, WILLIAM-Intramurals 2-4, Protection Crew l.
STEVENSON, BERNADINE-GAA I-4, Letter Award 4, Girls' League l-3, Latin Club
l, Pilot Co-Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4.
STRANDQUIST, ROBERT-Golf 3, Letter Award 3, M Club
SUNDSTROM, KATHLEEN-Business Cadettes 4, Sr. Choir 4,
Co-Pilots 2, FTA 4, Girls' League 2, 3, Pilot Agent 2, 3,
Spanish Club 2, Como Pk. Jr, High School l.
SWADBURG, THOMAS-Sr. Choir 4, Sr. Varsity Hockey Mgr.
2, 4, Letter Award 4, Library Club 2-4, M Club 4, Murcurie
Agent l-4, Octette 4, Pilot Adv, Ed. 4.
SWANSON, JOHN-Band 2, 3, Letter Award 3, Jr, Varsity
Basketball I, Library Club 2-4, Treas. 4.
SWANSON, RUSSELL-D Group l-4, FTA 4, Latin Club l, 3,
Library Club 2-4, lvl Club 2-4, Iviurcurie Photographer 4,
Swimming i-4, Letter Awards l-4, Co-Capt. 4.
SWEET, JUDITH-Sr. Choir 3, 4, Co-Pilots 2, FTA 3, 4, GAA
l-4, Letter Award 4, Girls' League I-3, Library Club 3, 4,
Murcurie Agent 2, Office Force 3, Pilot Class Ed. 4, Quill
and Scroll 4, Spanish Club I-3.
SWEETLAND, LYNN-D Group I, FTA 3, 4, Girls' League I .. 3.f': ..,Z xl 'f"" ' 'f',-".
l-3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Supply svofe l, Library Club 3, Q
4, Pilot Activities Ed. 4, Agent i-3, Sr. Class Play 4, Dra- ,,,-
matic Club 4. 'if ","L f
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TELLANDER, DENNIS-Gymnastics 2-4, Letter Awards 2, 3,
M Club 2-4, Camo Pk. Jr. High School I.
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THOENNES, KATHLEEN-D Group l-4, FTA 3, 4, Prog. chm. ,,,,,,.,
4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 4, Girls' League l-3, Library kly'
Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Co-Prog. Chm. 3.
Farewells We Flncl Hard To Say
THOMPSON, BEVERLY-Sr. Chair 4, FTA 3, GAA I-4, Sporthead 3, Letter Award
4, German Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Girls' League l-3, Rep. 2, Sec. 3, Girls' State Alt.
3, Latin Club I-3, Pres. 2, Library Club 2-4, Pres, 4, Soph. Class Board, Student
Council 2, 3, Sec. 3.
THOMPSON, LINN-GAA 3, German Club 3, Girls' League 3, Latin Club 3, South
Eugene High School, Eugene, Ore. I, 2, AFS Student, Odenwaldschule, Uberheppen-
heim Bergstr, Germany 4.
THUROW, ALLYN-Jr. Band i, D Class I-4, Dramatic Club 4, Library Club 2-4, Pro-
jection Crew I, 2, Sr. Class Play 4, Stage Force 3.
TORGERSEN, DANIEL-M Club 2-4, Murcurie Photographer 2-4, Pilot Photographer
2-4, Proiection Crew 4, Swimming 2-4, Letter Awards 2-4, Como Plc. Jr. High School i.
tramurals 2, 3, Camo Pk. Jr. High School l.
VAN ZANDEN, SUSAN-Blarney Ball Queen Cand. 2, Dra-
matic Club 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, Girls'
League l-3, Pilot Activities Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Sno
Princess Cand. I, Student Council Rep. I, 2, 4.
TSCHIDA, DONALD-Sr. Choir 4, Jr. Varsity Hockey 2, In-
TUNELL, STEPHEN-Horace Mann High School, St. Louis,
WAGNER, SUZANNE-Sr. Choir 2, 4, CO-Pilots 2, D. Group
I, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, GAA I, 2, Girls' League
I-3, Office Force 3, Pilot Agent I, 2, Sr. Class Play 4,
Supply Store I.
WALL, ANN-Band I-3, Letter Award 2, Dramatic Club 4,
s-v""'s GAA I-4, Sparthead 3, Letter Award 3, All City 4, Girls'
League I-3, Latin Club I, 2, Library Club 3, 4, Murcurie
Agent I, 3, Pilot Agent 2, Student Council Rep, 3.
WANDMACHER, GARY-Blarney Ball King Cand. 2, Jr.
Varsity Baseball I, Sr. Varsity 2-4, Letter Awards 3, 4, Jr.
Varsity Basketball I, 2, Sr. Varsity 3, 4, Letter Awards
3, 4, Canteen Board 3, Jr. Varsity Football I, 2, Sr. Varsity
3, 4, Letter Award 4, lntramurals I-4, Jr. Class Board,
Latin Club I, Library Club 3, 4, Corres. Sec. 4, M Club
3, 4, Sec. and Treas. 4, Pilot Agent 3, Sr. Class Play 4,
Student Council 2-4, Pres. 4.
WATERMAN, PAUL-Band 2-4, Letter Awards 2-4, Pres. 4,
Jr. Varsity Basketball Mgr. I, 2, Boys' State 3, Canteen
Board Chm, 3, D Group I, 2, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Prog.
Chm. 4, Jr. Varsity Football I, 2, FTA 4, German Club
3, Pres. 3, Homecoming Mgr. 4, Murcurie Agent 3, 4, Pho-
tographer 4, Pilot Photographer 4, Sr. Class Play 3, 4,
Soph. Class Board.
WILLARD, GEORGE-Jr. Varsity Basketball 2, Sr. Varsity 3,
Letter Award 3, Jr. Varsity Football 2, Homecoming Mgr. 4,
Jr. Class Board, M Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Sr. Class
Board, Como Pk. Jr. High School I.
WILSON, JEANNE-Dramatic Club 4, FTA 4, GAA 3, Girls'
League 2, 3, Office Force 4, School Service 3, Como Pk.
Jr, High School I.
On Graduation Day
WOLENS, RICHARD-Sr. Choir 2, 4, University High School I.
WOODING, MARY-Sr. Choir 4, D Group I, 2, FTA 4, GAA I-4, Girls' League ,Q
I-3, School Service 3, Sr. Class Board 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Spanish Club 2-4.
ZALK, ROBERT-Blarney Ball King Cond. 2, Jr. Varsity Basketball I, 2, Sr. Varsity 3,
4, Letter Awards 3, 4, Boys' State 3, Canteen Board 3, Jr. Varsity Football I, Sr.
Varsity 2-4, Letter Award 4, Library Club 3, 4, Sgt, at Arms 4, M Club 3, 4, Mur-
curie Business Mgr. 4, Sports Ed. 4, Prom Co-Chm. 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sr.
Class Play 4, Sno Prince Cand, I, Soph. Class Board, Student Council Rep. 2.
BURTON, BETTY-Hudson High School, Hudson, Wis. I-3.
LUECK, ANTHONY-Gymnastics I, Track I, 2.
Looking torward to the day ot departure
for the senior class trip to Washington D.C. are X.,
these tour seniors, Dave Hallen, Vicki Bone,
Sally Souther, and George Willard.
Among other things, seniors visited the
Washington Monument, the White House, and
Mount Vernon. They also saw the Lincoln
Memorial and spent a night traveling on a
steamer on Chesapeake Bay.
Important to the functioning of the senior class
are its otticers. Beginning at the lett, Roger No-
vak, treasurer, Ingrid Giving, secretary, Linda
Olson, vice-president, and Gary Anderson, presi-
dent, are very efficient and seem to be getting
their jobs done without much trouble.
Caps and gowns, a graduation present from
the class to the school, and a graduation speaker
are among the many items of business to be
decided by this group.
Seniors Rewclrclecl For Achievement
The senior class board is made up ot two representa- mann, Mary Wooding, Jack Landis, and George Willard.
tives from each homeroom. Seated in the bottom row are Guided by the senior advisers, Mr. John Mather and Mr.
Barb Nelson, Mary Brasted, Joe Schaat, Pat Boyle, Dave Edward Datko, the senior class board organizes and
Hallen, and Cathy Broderick. supervises the activities of the senior class.
Standing are Barb Schriefels, Ron Kuhn, Mike Berg-
For Eve years of their lives at Murray,
this year's seniors have waited for the
day they could choose a homecoming
queen from their class. These seniors are
ready to begin a full night of campaign-
ing for their candidate. The first row,
from left to right, are Lorayne Knippen-
berg, Judy Baker, Cheryl Grecco, and
Diane Olson. Seated on the couch are
Joan Karner, Ginny Maas, Linda Nie-
mela, Linda Hillstrom, Bob Meyer, and
This year's Senior Class Play, "You Can't Take
It with You," was ch-osen by the speech classes
and Dramatic Club. Here, Susan Hunt, left, Bruce
Durant, and Erin O'Brien are perfecting their
The Senior Class Play is a project undertaken
by the whole senior class. Casting for the play
begins in November. A double cast is usually
chosen to allow more to participate. By the end
of January the play is ready to present.
In Citizenship Ancl Grades
Term papers are an important part of a senior's prepa- Aiding students in their search for books are Kathy
ration for college. Sally Schlaeger, in the foreground, and Brown, Linda Olson, Gary Wandmacher, and Bev
Betty Burton are taking notes. Thompson, senior staff workers.
Just returning to school from their
daily college math class at Hamline
University are, from lett to right, Beth
Johnson, Ron Kuhn, Kathy Thoennes,
and Dave Hallen. These tour were
chosen by recommendation ot the tac-
ulty and by scores on a test taken last
year for this scholastic honor. They
must also be from a small select group
called the developmental class.
The developmental class or "D"
class is an excellent course in science
and math started in the freshman year
for students with natural ability in
those fields. This year's "D" class is
the second one to graduate from
Challenged In Science And Math
These heads are bent in concentra-
tion over a test in Miss Smith's solid
This course is divided into two
parts. During the first semester stu-
dents study solid geometry, and during
the second semester they study trigo-
Besides learning math, Miss Smith's
students learn how to reason, which is
important even it they are not headed
for a career involving math.
Seniors Jo-Ann Merrill and Sherman
Sandgren are experimenting with gyroscopic
precession in Mr. Marengo's tourth period
physics class. With the aid ot a freely ro-
tating stool, Sherman Sandgren causes him-
selt to move in either direction with only the
aid ot the spinning wheel. This is iust one ot
the many experiments Mr. Marengo uses to
present physics in an interesting and easily
understood manner to his classes.
Row l: Barbara Cheney, Bar-
bara Hurley, Randina Jensen,
Barbara Rice, Janet LeClair,
Jerilyn Erickson 9 Gayl Gay-
man, Lois Gredvig, Mona John-
son, JoAnn Wagener, Kathleen
Duncan, John Anderson 9 Kath-
leen Nielsen, Peter Rogness,
Gerald Crowell, Raymond Jen-
sen, Gary Arhart, Yvonne Swin-
ton 9 John Dexter, Brian Ad-
dis, William Alwin, Robert Yac-
kel, Charles Stoftel, James
Junior Cafe No.
Row lg Karen Cheney, Joanne
Scholz, Mary Jo Slettom, Karen
Allen, Joan Kruskopt 9 Thomas
Koep, Susan Christianson, Jef-
fery Otto, Sally Beckiorden,
Gary Kwong 9 Carole Barthold,
Gary Fehrman, Kenneth Koeper,
Keith Carlson, Terry Koepke,
Frank Patoile, William Mantis 9
James Stromberg, John Warner,
Raymond Schmidt, James Knut-
son, Sherman Erickson, ROQSIZ
Row l: Jo Ann Kenny, Joan
Enerson, Joan Paskewitz, Bar-
bara Lembke, Joan Coffman,
Dorothy Boland 9 Janet Ode-
sf- gaard, Susan Smith, Patricia
Brooks, Kathleen Baukol, Susan
Klarkowski, Lynn Schanke 9
Marilyn Ashley, Peter Abler,
Trygg Hansen, Gregory Page,
Charles Nightengale, Sandra
Schaller 9 Bernard Hayes, The-
odore Granovsky, Thomas Thor-
stenson, Robert Allen, Jerome
Fishbeck, John Greer, Thomas
School Spirit In Classes Ancl Activities
Working To Successfully Piece Together All
Pnw li Meridee Sorensen, Eliz-
abeth Ann Evans, Douglas Ris-
brudt, Judith Weihrauch, Char-
lotte Clark, Marilyn Knapp 9
Thomas Evans, Ann Hartwick,
Barclay Brasted, Paul Rogen,
Jane Gilje, Gerald Loney, An-
drea Shuster 9 Louis DeWitt,
Kathleen Barrick, Susan Tal-
bott, Joan Kampa, Michael Pet-
erson, Frederick Nutz 9 Dennis
Lee, Leon Narvaez, James
Warner, John Zellner, Daniel
Pranke, Thomas Barrows, Mark
Row lr Mikelynn Glander,
David Gronert, Sharon Thistle,
Margaret Wolf, Catherine Pom-
eroy, Sandra Olson, Nancy Et-
ten 9 Carl Port, Kathleen
Webber, Karen Wacholz, James
Nylund, Michael Christian, Janet
Paulson, Bonnie Knudsen, John
Detviler 9 Jack Deutsch, John
Bentley, Allen Lexcen, Karen
Jensen, Priscilla Hager, Betty
Salmon, Donald Melander, Nel-
lie Prokopov 9 Reginald Pitts,
Harold Gammel, Robert Stein-
hauser, Gary Sparr, Linda John-
ston, Brian Gregory, Valdis
Smits, Craig Crawford
Junior Cafe So.
Row l: Darlene Durant, Nancy
Auld, Kathleen Johnson, Pa-
tricia Margette, Mariorie Saut-
ter 9 Carol Hendrickson,
Elizabeth Frost, Gary Blume,
Pamela Comstock, Glenda Peter-
son, Kathleen Weber 9 John
Bergeson, Floyd Richardson,
Cheri LeClair, Victoria Moor,
Shari Quam, Sandra Gunsell,
Karen Lee 9 Kenneth Brown,
Richard White, Robert Shulstad,
David Freier, Stephen Nelson,
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The Different Aspects Of Their Junior Year
With a decision to be made regarding
their class trip next year, the iunior class
officers look over a travel book. Mr. Peter-
sen and Mr. Heron, class advisers, will help
Margaret Wolf, treasurer, William Mantis,
vice-president, Gregory Page, president,
and .loan Enerson, secretary.
Early in November they sponsored the
Sadie Hawkins Dance, which included "Mar-
ryin' Sam" who performed mock marriage
ceremonies. Plans are also being made for
the twenty-fourth annual prom to be held
during the early part of May.
Cutting headlines and measuring copy
for their worksheets are iournalism students
Anita Slifer, Randina Jensen, Bernard Hayes,
and Joan Kampa.
Each week something new is encountered
as the many aspects of journalism are
studied. A lot of time and effort are spent
an the worksheets so that the information
may be clearly understood.
Journalism l is an elective taken by
iuniors who want to be on the Pilot or
Murcurie staffs in their senior year. A good
foundation must be laid during the first year
to enable them to turn out our top-notch
Work and pleasure
were combined as the
iuniors held a car wash
during the first month of
school. This was one
of several money-making
proiects they had this year
in order to help finance
the Junior-Senior Prom.
Cars were washed at
two locations, in back of
St. Anthony Park Congre-
gational Church and at
Strandquist's Texaco Sta-
Row l: Mark Bauer, Paul Rau-
denbush, Lloyd Keller, Mildred
Vong, Jean Heaton, Mary
Brandt 9 Alice Magnuson, Syl-
via Spandau, Larry Melander,
Natalie Blume, Delores Swens-
gard, Coral Berge 9 Janet
Pankonin, Billy Mitchell, Michael
Nelson, Gisela Fohlmeister, Joan
Freeman, Susan Brown 9 John
Sweet, Barbara Turnquist, Mich-
ael Halvorsen, Richard Hahnen,
David Bren, David Barthold
Anticipating The Future, Sophomores Organize
Row l: John Jahr, Mary Klink-
hamer, Linda Marshall, Sandra
Truen, Karen Allman, Kathleen
Kasper 9 Leslie Miller, Mary
Miller, Lyle Kelley, Douglas
Yackel, Theresa Kelley, Linda
Johnson, Edward Weber 9
Richard Timm, Pauline Koch,
Meri Kay Mattson, Douglas
Nelson, Margaret Adolphsen,
Barbara Traynor 9 Karl Mie-
sen, Lynn Larson, Joanne
Thoennes, John Dow, Joseph
Komarek, Nancy Miller, John
Row li Helen Johnson, Mary
Doeltz, Leigh Addison, Cheryl
Cummings, Jerry Hanna, Irene
Semirozum, Melody Milburn 9
Shirley Anderson, Elizabeth
Heron, Judith Jensen, Mary Lou
Berg, Nancy Krause, Susan
Lindgren, Eva Neubeclc, Mari-
lyn Hansen 9 Mary Jo Haugen,
Thomas Ashworth, Stuart Peter-
son, Mary Mullin, Nancy Gis-
vold, Dennis Hays, Leander
Lippert 9 Linda Anderson, Terry
Shuster, James Nelson, James
Johnson, Stephen Hult, Stephen
Bergmann, Randall Baran, Joyce
Row l: Michael Cawley, Del-
bert Cecchi, Kathryn Keleher,
Kayleen Ed, Katherine Boyle,
Gail Gower 9 Carol Esboldt,
Alexandra Heron, Janice Brown,
Emily Andersen, Karen Erick-
son, Jeanne Ewy 9 Donald
Jack, Nancy Heinz, Carol Brad-
ford, Elwood Enerson, Diane
Kuiawa, Mcrlys Anderson,
Cheryl Elliot 9 John Bates,
Norman Gage, Gregory Hirsch,
Thomas Grahn, Patrick Brod-
erick, Carol Piermantier
By Electing Officers And Choosing Advisers
Row I: Janice Wemyss, Jane
Shoffner, Sandra Youngdahl,
Karen Sands, Adrienne Ander-
son, Jayne Hanson 9 Susan
Strandqu ist, Marcia Tenney,
Michael Smith, Jacquelyne
Strain, Jacquelyn Clayton,
Gayle Woodhouse, Nancy
Trower 9 Priscilla Thurow,
Patricia Trammell, William
Watson, Michael Throngard,
Linda Prong, Lowell Rostvit,
David Coad, Mary Solstad 9
Jack Scherbert, Janice Skil-
dum, Kenneth Fletcher, Fred-
erick Ahlgren, James Perlich,
Richard Wegleitner, Malcolm
Row li John Larson, Monica
McNeely, Corinne Olson,
Samuel Sauvageau, Ruth An-
derson, Jeanette Lotberq,
Rosemary Rudie 9 Kimberly
Condie, Katherine DeWitt,
Steven Sanford, Marianne
Krinke, Charlotte Patoile, Diane
Barthold 9 Anne Boyd, Jo
Anne Reiter, Mariorie Schoon-
maker, Gary Merwin, Marilyn
Neubrand, Ernest Orf, Thomas
Selbin 9 Charles Simon, Den-
nis Engle, Janet Paquette,
David Mettler, Kenneth Cald-
well, Duane Jensen
Learning By Watching And Listening,
Leaving the gym for an hour of hard
soccer playing at Murray Field are sopho
more Elwood Enerson, iunior gym assistant
Robert Allen, and sophomores John Sweet
Terry Shuster, Patrick Broderick, and Ken
This is the first year that the girls have
also gone down to the field. Before the con
struction started, their gym classes were
held in front of the building. When the
weather is cold or wet, the boys and girls
alternate between gym and study in the
The boys' gym teacher is Mr. Vernon
Petersen, and the girls' is Mrs. Patricia
vii., G Aww
The biology classes at Murray, under the
supervision of Mr. Robert Ritter, offer stu-
dents many different aspects of biology.
Among these are human, animal, and plant
biology. Human biology is studied through
the textbook and lectures. Animal biology
is explored through insect collections, di-
section of small animals, and the textbook.
Plant biology is investigated through leaf
and twig collections, lectures, and also the
Plant biology is illustrated as Douglas
Nelson points to a speciman from the trees
of Minnesota to other sophomores Coral
Berge and Katherine Boyle.
Row ii Regina Huemoeller, Ray-
mond Anderson, Raymond Gam-
mel, Judith Stephenson, Leslie
Walck, Jill Lind 9 Roger
Kwong, Sonya Shoftner, Jon
Haaland, David Hagen, Mar-
garet Swanson, Rosalind Barsch
9 Robert Hebbel, Susan Tsleos,
Ronald Swanson, Edward Mer-
rell, Susan Austad, Diana Hoi?-
man, Steven Richards ' Patrick
Nelson, Eric Narvaez, William
Barrick, Alan Merwin, Thomas
Kissane, Paul Fardig
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We Slowly Acquire A Valuable Education
Row l: Mary McDowell, Jean
Perlich, Margaret Mullin, Joyce
Biedler, Brent Murawski, Suz-
anne Foster, Carol Urman 9
Nancy Peterson, Elise Hagen,
Kathleen Stech, Patricia Ruddy,
Betty Jean Jensen, William
Slettom, Patricia Shatto ' Wil-
liam Weber, Susan Schroeder,
James Schneider, Dale Swanson,
William Johnson, Lynnae- Lee,
Terry Cutkomp 9 Linda Manke,
Gerald Krueger, Roger Addis,
Jeffery Brooks, Barbara Swan-
son, Joseph Selbitschka, Mary
Row 'lz Kerry Stein, William
Bunting, Lois Peterson, Jay Otto,
Mary Hokanson ' Hugh Coff-
man, Martin Brandt, Jean Gal-
lagher, Gary Olson, Carol Chris-
tianson, Larry Schreifels ' Jane
Wolens, John Kirby, Frank
Quale, Joy Bartlett, Jo-Ann
Champagne, Alfred Port '
Stephen Johnson, Kirby Johnson,
Keith Willman, Thomas Good,
Steven Gasch, Mary Cerny
Row l: Wayne Anderson, James
Wolf, Charlotte Koeper, Diann
Gust, Patti Poye, Kathleen
McKay 9 LeRoy Wiger, Dale
Yackel, Donna Larson, Star
Strane, Connie Englund, Mary
Nason, John Clarno ' James
Sargent, Christine Shulstad,
Bruce Anderson, Michael Peter-
son, Margaret Hagen, Bartley
Freshmen And Eighth Graders Bring New Ideas
Row li Owen Abel, Dennis
Cameron, Carol Arnold, James
Haechrel, Kathleen Rudie,
Yvonne Overbee, Margaret Bied-
ler'George Francis, Ronald
Peplinski, Robert Field, Barbara
Comstock, Vincent Azure, Leslie
Curtiss, Patricia Kissane ' Richard
Allred, Richard Amrhien, Richard
Bacon, Michael Herbst, Thomas
Swanson, Walter Gayman, Kath-
Row l: Janice Aydt, Mary Mc-
Diarmid, Mary lmbertson, John
Davies, Gretchen Halvorson,
Steven Wooding 9 George Floetl,
Meredith Razskazoff, Margaret
Pomeroy, Betty Bauman, Dennis
Cheney, Linda Kloek 'Jeanne
Scherbert, Myron Pederson, Rich-
ard Larkin, Ralph Bache, Linda
Rozenberg, Gerald Weber'
Michael Broderick, John Arne-
man, James McTie, Richard Bone,
Gary Amunrud, Alexander Si-
mich, Joyce Johnson
Algebra isn't hard if one
works and studies. Proving
this point are freshmen
John Ed, Janice Aydt, Les-
lie Curtiss, and Kirby John-
son, students in Mr. Ful-
mek's fifth period algebra
class. The principles that
they learn and the training
that their minds receive can
be used throughout their
Refresher math, geo-
metry, and trigonometry
are also available.
While They Have New Ancl Different Experiences
Row li Gloria Sutton, David
Wirtz, Trudy Fales, Steven Lee,
Pamela Roan, Carol Palm-
quisf9Barbara Souther, Kirk
Condie, Connie Parrott, Robert
Thane, Wells Marshall, Thomas
Brandt9 Sarah Polson, Nancy
Hunt, Christine Jensen, Paul Kele-
her, Andrew Rogness 9 Joy
Strane, Patricia Thurow, Susan
Razskazott, Susan McNeill, David
Kroona, Eric Bergerud.
Row I: Faye Cornelissen, Ann
Marie Kowitz, Bruce Bates, Louise
Duren, Nancy Uram, Kent Cut-
komp 9 Colleen Nelson, Kathleen
Sullivan, Eugenia DeMars, Kath-
leen Lauerer, Marcia Baukol, Mar-
garet DeWitt, Cynthia Adolphson
9 Richard Souther, William Un-
derhill, Patricia MicMoy, Peter
Neubeck, Larry Tunell, Ralph
Lambert, Donald Paskewitz, Ruth
Row le Leigh Ann Blume, Phil-
lip Glaim, David Buck, Eliza-
beth Hebbel, Carol King, Thomas
Hopp, Mary Langdahl 9 Carol
Bensen, Richard Lippert, Susan
Allison, Michael Clark, Linda
Gronert, Deborah Watt, Patti
Sholtner 9 Deborah Hager, Pa-
tricia Leslie, Charles Knudsen,
Jonathan Walters, Michael Wool-
ery, Linda Dunnwald, Robert
Row l: John Kuiawa, Stephen
Milburn, Carol Balcome, Linda
Murray, Tima Newman, Wil-
liam Dow, Katherine Kavanaugh
' Erva Snyder, William Ubel,
Ronald Nelson, Douglas Turn-
bull, Elizabeth White, Marilyn
Cross, Nancy Cross ' Thomas
Skildum, Allen Swensgard, Da-
phne Mantis, Donald Link, Stev-
en Bailey, Barbara Krueger,
Youngest Junior High Students Display Exuberance
Members of Mr. Daniel
Sorenson's eighth grade
art class are Carol Ben-
son, Elizabeth l-lebbel,
Thomas Hopp, and Michael
Woolery. They are shown
Working with paint and
Since eighth and sev-
enth graders have art for
only halt a year, they
have to learn a lot in The
short amount of Time
available to them.
Row l: Cheryl Palmquist, John
Slettom, Norman DeWitt, Diane
Byram, Gregory Poye ' Marcia
Berge, Sara Halvorson, Kay
Satersmoen, James Hanna,
Sarah Underhill, Christel Nelson
9 David Sautter, David Gasch,
Gary Englund, Colleen Gallag-
her, Mark Anderson ' Jean
Overgard, John Swanson, Ger-
ald Pearson, Diane Johnson,
Dennis Stratton, Vernon Smith
Row ln Sandra Anderson, Rita
Kaufman, Mary Marshall, Ron-
ald Kaufman, Thomas Frost,
Daniel Hagen 9 Mary Wolf,
Christine Brandt, Viveca John-
son, Anita Anker, Gayle Olmein
9 J. R. Burton, John Magnuson,
John Shulstad, Penny Bar-
tel, Jeffery Shuster, Paulette
And Enthusiasm In Their First Year At Murray
Row l: Raymond Kowitz, Gerald
Olson, James Larson, Ernest
Trower, Patricia Kastner 9
Thomas Nylund, Dean Swanson,
James Glaim, Diana Johnson,
Georiean Clark, Charles White
9 Ross Johnson, Martin Grin-
dle, Carolyn Hitt, Jane Skovholt,
Richard Turnquist 9 Nora Page,
Marlene Sundstrom, William
Marsh, Cheryl Tunell, John
Tobin, Lois Rogen
Row It Charles Amunrud, Kath-
leen Vong, Meri-Kay Bernard,
Lyning Peterson, Mitchell Wil-
ley, Donald McLean 9 Janice
Ellingson, James Nelson, Suel-
len Smith, Sue Christenson,
Pamela Wahlberg, Jan Curtiss,
John Johns 9 Paul Boyd, Mich-
ael Boyle, Richard Christian, Pa-
tricia Canfield, Sheryl Bentley,
Because Murray's Academic Standards Are High,
In chorus seventh and eighth graders are
taught music fundamentals such as terms and
note-reading. They also study many of the
famous composers and learn how to sing un-
der the direction ofa leader. Seventh graders
Sue Christenson, at the piano, Jan Curtiss,
Barbara Thoennes, Gerald Olson, Paul Boyd,
and James Nelson are putting into practice
what they have learned. Miss Marjorie Rusch
teaches chorus and the two choirs.
lf a student doesn't want to take chorus,
he can take junior high band, which is taught
by Mr. Alexander Heron.
Because the study of current events in to-
day's rapidly changing world is very impor-
tant, a bulletin board of recent, vital issues
is kept in Miss Margaretta Ellsworth's class-
room. The junior high students study world
affairs both past and present, often finding
comparisons between the two. An article on
Russian atomic weapons is pointed out by
William Marsh to Patricia Kastner and Daryl
Jean Archibald, as their seventh grade class-
mates look on with interest. Besides the bul-
letin board, a current events magazine and
textbooks are also used.
Latin I students are getting a look at the
Roman Colosseum as Gretchen Halvorson
shows the picture to her classmates as part
of a report.
Latin is Murray's most popular language
course. It is a valuable language because
so many English words are derived from
Latin. lt helps the student gain a background
in grammar, which will help him in studying
During the first year of Latin, grammar
and vocabulary are studied. The second
year course consists mainly of translation.
Mr. Addison is the Latin instructor. Other
languages offered are German and Spanish.
We Constantly Have To Work And Study Hard
The sophomore year is the year Julius
Caesar, Silas Marner, and Tale of Two Cities
are read in English classes. Reading their
parts in the play of Julius Caesar are soph-
omores Kenneth Caldwell, Corinne Olson,
Wayne Rees, and Margaret Adolphson of
Mrs. Dona Duffy's first period English class.
Besides reading the play in class, the stu-
dents heard a record of it, and pictures from
the movie Julius Caesar were placed on the
bulletin board. A notebook with a map, ques-
tions, and summaries was used as a study
The year was spent in studying units on
poetry, fiction, nonfiction, and grammar.
Taking a close look at a new fabric are
eighth grade home economics students Carol
Palmauist, Trudy Fales, and Pamela Roan.
Studying textiles is part of the course in the
eighth grade sewing classes. They also study
buying and management of clothes and con-
struct an article of clothing.
Seventh grade classes are mainly con-
cerned with cooking. Nutrition, babysitting,
home safety, buying and management of
food, and hostessing are studied in connec-
tion with cooking.
Home economics is offered as an elective
in the upper grades. Interior decorating is
also available to iuniors and seniors.
Reading plays is one of the activities that
help students in speech classes to perfect the
art of oral expression. Nancy Etten, Daniel
Marsh, William Alwin, Andrea Shuster, and
Mikelyn Glander are reading a scene from
one of the play books.
Other assignments are designed to de-
velop the student's poise when speaking in
front of others. Speeches written by the stu-
dent and readings taken from novels, plays,
and short stories are used in this area.
Each year speech students participate in
the Christmas assembly and other assemblies.
Several students enter speech contests.
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Murray's Seniors Illustrate Skills
Russ Swanson - Swimming, Tennis
Gary Anderson Gymnastics
Mike Bergmann - Cross Country, Swimming,
Greg Risbrudt - Swim-
Dick Clemen - Basketball
Not pictured are Tim Gad
ler, baseball, Bob Strandquist
golf, and Dick Sandberg
Dave Mayer - Football, gymnastics'
John Bauer - Cross
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Row I: John Larson, Kenneth Lippert, Jack Sweet, Donald Pautz,
Gary Wandmacher, William Mantis, William Johnson, John Kirby 9
Stephen Hartwick, Dennis Lee, Walter Gayman, Robert Zolk, Gerald
Crowell, Frederick Nutz, Thomas Morton, Trygg Hansen, James
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Pi ots P ay Toug , A e
Twice a day, two weeks before school, the football
team was at Murray field preparing for the coming sea-
son. This team was the smallest and with only five seniors
the youngest team in the city. Despite these disadvan-
tages, the Pilots beat Johnson and held Mechanic Arts,
Wilson, and Monroe to scores of 7-O.
Against Johnson, the Pilots scored on the first play
from scrimmage with Don Pautz going over the middle
for 60 yards and a touchdown. A 30-yard pass from
Dave Mayer to Jim Knutson and another run by Pautz
accounted for the other two touchdowns.
in the all-city selections, Steve Hartwick made second
team at guard. Don Pautz and Mark Thompson were
chosen for honorable mention. Steve Hartwick was also
chosen for all-state honorable mention.
Sherbert, James Nelson, Dale Swanson, John Zellner, Keith Carlson,
Gregory Page, James Knutson, David Mayer, Thomas Barrows, Mark
Thompson, John Dexter, Robert Allen, John Bates, Mgr., Coach Reno
Murray 6 ....... ..... D e La Salle T9
Murray O ....,., ......., M echanic Arts 7
Murray O ,....,. .....,.,...... C entral T8
Murray T9 ..... ........,, J ohnson 7
Murray O ....... ......., H arding 21
Murray O .,....
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Although the Pilots' ground game couldn't click against
Central, their aerial attack gained extra yards. Left, John,
Zellner throws a pass clown field.
Proving that the Pilots tackle hard, above, linebacker
Gary Wandmacher sends a Central ball carrier flying
while Ken Caldwell ClOi, Don Pautz 1227, Dave Mayer,
and John Zellner i425 move in to help.
AT right, ci Monroe haltback steps into The end
zone for Monroe's only Touchdown against Mur-
ray, while Dave Mayer makes a last eTTorT To
stop him. The Monroe game was fought down To
The wire, with Murray Threatening To score in The
last Two minutes.
Moving into Tackle all-city fullback Mel Hen-
derson is Don Poutz 4223, and Steve Hartwick.
Despite The lop-sided score of T8-O, Murray
played a tough defensive game against Central.
The Pilots were unable To control The exceptional
speed of The Central haltbacks.
Although The Jr. Varsity Tootball Team failed To break
into The winning column, They did gain valuable experi-
ence Tor Their future years ot Tootball.
Mr. George Rose, coach, singledout Bill Mitchell,
guard, Steve Johnson, center, Mike Broderick and Stuart
Peterson, ends, Mike Halvorsen, Tackle, lien Auld, Dave
Hagen, and Steve Richards as playing tough football
during The season.
Coach Rose pointed out That The Team showed improve-
ment Towards The last Two games and That The boys
Tought hard at all Times.
Young Pilots Experience Tough Season Of Football
Row is Robert Hebbel, Michael Broderick, Delbert Cecchi, Lawrence Pearson, Richard Hannen, Michael Halvorsen, Michael Herbs, Gregory
Schreitels, James Haechrel, George Francis, David Hagen, Thomas Hirsch, James Johnson, Terrence Shuster, James McTie, Coach George
Good, Ernest Ort, Stephen Richards, William Mitchell, Kenneth Auld, Rose.
Steven Johnson, Stuart Peterson, William Berrick, Mgr. 9 Coach John
Row li Coach Bernard Broderick, Lowell Rostvit, Barclay Brasted, Enerson, PGtI'iCli BI'OdSI'iCl4, -lOlWH Bauer, Leon NU"VU-elf GUY H051 P01-'l
Mark Bauer, Martin Brandt, Gary Olson, Gary Fehrman, Gerald Loney, Rogen.
Theodore Granovsky, Steven Bergmann, Michael Bergmann, Elwood
Cross Country Takes Second In City
Led by this year's captain, Mike Bergmann, the Murray
cross country team placed second in the City Meet. Coach
Broderick's Pilots went through their fifth consecutive year
without a loss in dual meets. After outrunning Forest Lake
and Circle Pines by scores of 37-38 and 37-50, the harriers
defeated Wilson I5-76, Mechanic Arts l5-40, and Central
26-29. Before the Central meet both teams were unde-
feated, it was Murray's best team effort of the season.
Mike Bergmann's and Ted Granovsky's expressions re-
veal some agony of a cross country race.
Central came back to beat the Pilots in the City and Re-
gional Meets, in which Murray finished second and fifth
Leading runners for the season were Mike Bergmann,
who placed among the top runners in the State Meet, Ted
Granovsky, Jack Landis, Pot Broderick, Lowell Rostvit,
Marty Brandt, and Guy Haft. Jerry Loney placed first in
the City B Meet, which the Pilots won.
Jerry Loney and Paul Rogen sprint to the finish of the
City B Meet in which Jerry edged out Paul for first.
Gary Arhart is exercising his skill on the horse. Coach
Petersen feels that Gary is one of the city's better D class
men, Therefore proving to be of great help to Murray's
comparatively small team.
Jim Nichols is practicing under very limited conditions
onthe mat in Murray's cafeteria. Jim, one ofthe best in the
city, specializes on the mats and teels that he does his best
tricks on them.
Gymnastic Team Contains Skill And Determination
i Even though Murray's gymnastic team was composed of
l only i9 boys, they made up for their size with plenty of
1 hard work and lots ot practice. The boys were up against
1 such teams as Harding and Monroe, which had about 30
3 members each.
l The entire team qualified for the City Meet, held on
February 20. This included the tour seniors, Don Pautz,
Gary Anderson, Denny Tellander, and Dick Sandberg.
Don specializes in A class, Gary in B class, Denny in A
t class, and Dick in C class.
At the City Meet Don placed first on the parallel bars
and on the mats and was the top gymnast in the city. A
class boys missed second place by only one-half point.
Don Pautz, right, best all-around gymnast in the city,
works the parallel bars in the State Meet.
Row I: Kenneth Auld, Roger Pass,
Dennis Tellander, Donald Pautz, Gary
Arhart, Charles Nightengale '
Coach Vernon Petersen, Richard
Sandberg, James Nichols, Gary An-
derson, Michael Throngard.
Row l: Richard Clemen, Stephen Hartwick, Gary Wandmacher, George Rose, Valdis Smits, Paul Rogen, Floyd Richardson, Mgr.
George Willard, Robert Zalk, David Mayer 9 Elwood Enerson, James William Forbes.
Knutson, Stephen Nelson, Thomas Thorstenson, Dennis Lee, Coach
Aggressive Pilots Battle For Wins
Murray's bucketeers turned in a 2-6 conference record this year for an
eighth place finish. Their record was not impressive, as the team was ham-
pered by a shortage of height and experience. The team, whose average
height was 5'9", had a tough time rebounding, which usually gave them
only one shot at the basket compared to a taller team's three or four.
The Pilots were considered by many as one of the most improved and
scrappiest teams in the conference. Their two wins were over Monroe and
However, the Pilots turned in their best performances against Wilson and
Harding, the first and second place teams in the City Conference. In the
Harding game, Murray went to the locker room with a ten point half-time
lead only to lose the game in the Hnal period.
Central 72 ...........,...,........ Murray 28
Mechanic Arts 53 .,...,...,.,.. Murray 37
Monroe 43 .............,..,..,.., Murray 47
Washington 62 ....... ...,.... M urray 47
Wilson 45 .,.....,.... ...,,... M urray 3l
Humboldt 52 ....., ....,... M urray 45
Harding 53 ,.......,............... Murray 45
Johnson 33 ,..,.,....,....,....,... Murray 40
District i5 Quarter Finals
Harding 66 .,.........,,..,....,,.. Murray 40
Seniors Bob Zalk, Steve Hart-
wick, Dave Mayer, George Wil-
lard, Dick Clemen, and Gary
Wandmacher look over their
plans before a game.
These boys, with the exception
of George Willard, who was in-
jured early in the season, were
usually Murray's starting five.
Jim Knutson, a junior, also saw
Much credit should be given to
the team manager, Bill Forbes,
who worked faithfully with the
team for the last two seasons.
Gary Wandmacher takes a shot
against Central, while Bob Zalk and
Elwood Enerson iockey tor a rebound-
Steve Hartwick tights tor a re-
bound against Central, while Dick
Clemen, 3l, moves up to help. Al-
though the Pilots didn't beat Cen-
tral, they began to show consider-
up and through the hoop. El-
Enerson scores against Central
Dave Mayer moves in to help.
Junior Pilots Beat Johnson, Monroe In Conference
The Junior Varsity, coached by Mr.
Robert Ritter, hnished with a 2-6
record, beating the same teams as
the Varsity, Johnson and Monroe.
For the Hrst time in many years the
starting lineup consisted at tive tresh-
men. Because ot the lack at sopho-
mores on either the Varsity or Junior
Varsity, next year the freshmen will
have to fill in on the Varsity.
With the new facilities and three
years to work these boys should have
a bright future.
Ed Merrell, a 6'3" freshman, paced
the young Pilots with accurate shoot-
ing and powerful rebounding.
Row iz Mgr. Hugh Coffman, Jonn Arnemen, Kirby Johnson, James Haechrel, James Wolf,
Ronald Swanson, Paul Fardig ' Edward Merrell, Dale Swanson, Bruce Anderson, Thomas
Swanson, Richard Hahnen, Mgr. Richard Bone, Coach Robert Ritter.
John Zellner charges forthe flying puck as a Hum-
boldt skater watches it. John received honorable men-
tion on the All-City team this year. ln the background
Keith Carlson skates up to assist.
Hockey Team Finishes
Murray O .,..,
Murray 2 ,....
Murray l .,...
Murray 3 ....,
Murray 3 .,...
Murray O .....
Murray 3 ,.r,.. ................
Murray 6 ....r. .,...,..,.............
Murray i ,..... .,..........,i...,.
Greg Page, honorable mention All-City, makes another stop
as Lee Lippert and Mark Thompson provide protection.
With 4-3-1 ln Conference
After losing their first two games and tying the third, the
Murray hockey team skated to their hrst victory of the season
over Washington 3-l. John Zellner, out of action until then due
to a football injury, scored all three goals. ln the following
game the Pilots won a hard fight against Humboldt. Against
Johnson the Pilots went down to defeat 4-O. ln the final two
games, Coach Broderick's icemen routed Central and Wilson
with Jim Nylund, Trygg Hanson, and Jeff Beyer doing the bulk
of the scoring. Greg Page, one of the better goalies in the city,
posted a shutout against Wilson. In the region game, Johnson
defeated the Pilots.
Row li John Zeller, Leander
Lippert, John Dexter, Mark
Thompson, Keith Carlson, Jeffrey
Beyer'Coach Bernard Brod-
erick, Gerald Loney, John Bauer,
Gerald Crowell, Trygg Hanson,
Barclay Brasted, Gary Fehrman,
Mgrs, Thomas Swadburg, Regi-
Going for the puck are Bill Mantis and an uniden-
tified Humboldt player. In the background John Zell-
ner begins to skate toward the goal hoping to get the
puck and score. The Pilots and the Indians exchanged
the lead for the first two periods before Murray came
out on t-op with a 3-2 upset victory. lt was a hard-
fought game with fast skating and determined work
in the nets by Greg Page.
Stopping an on rushing Indian is Mark Thompson. Mark and
goalie Greg Page, both juniors, were co-captains. John Zellner
and Greg Page received honorable mention ratings in the
Junior Varsity Determined To Play Hard And Fast
For the second year in a
row the Junior Varsity hockey
team won the City Confer-
ence championship. Coached
by Mr. John Pearson, the
boys carried a 7-l confer-
ence record into the play-
offs, where they beat the
Humboldt Indians 2-l in the
semi-finals. in an exciting
game for the play-off cham-
pionship and a crack at the
Twin City championship, the
young Pilots finally bowed to
a powerful Harding sextet
2-l after three overtime
in non-conference action,
the Pilots beat the rugged
Anoka team 4-1.
Row I: John Bates, Stephen Johnson, Greg Carlson, Owen Abel, Martin Brandt, David Hagen, Michael
Broderick, James McTie, John Kirby, Kerry Stein, Myron Pederson, Coach John Pearson, William
Johnson 9 Patrick Broderick, Walter Gayman, Stuart Peterson, Thomas Good, Terrence Shuster, James
Nelson, William Barrick, Kenneth Caldwell, Michael Peterson, Mark Bauer, John Larson.
Swimmers Capture Third Place After 19 Victories
Murray's swimming Team, consisTing of only 13 swimmers
This year, has noT broken The excepTional record ThaT The
Team has had The lasT few years. The Tankmen held The
ouTsTanding record of 19 sTraighT wins. CenTral broke The
winning sTreak aT The CiTy MeeT wiTh a score of 55-31.
Wilson also beaT The Team, placing Murray Third in The ciTy.
The Two superior swimmers in The CiTy MeeT were Russ
Swanson, who swam The 50-yard free sTyle, and Mike
Bergmann, who swam The breasf sTroke. Mike broke his
own record by .2 of a minuTe, placing firsT in The breasT
Murray's highest scores were againsT Mechanic ArTs 67-
10, Monroe 57-28, Harding 62-18, and HumboldT 61-22.
Mike Bergmann, righT, is using his breasT sTroke To assisf
The Team aT The CiTy MeeT. Co-capTain Mike Tied for second
place in The breasr sTroke in The STaTe MeeT.
Row 1: James Perlich, Delberf
Cecchi, William Warson, Gregory
Risbrudf, Craig Crawford, Michael
Bergmann ' Fred Ahlgren, STeven
Bergmann, Ronald Kuhn, Randy
Baran, Russell Swanson, Paul Mor-
lodk, Coach Dean Blomsfer,
Fred Ahlgren, although new aT Murray, proved To be Senior Greg Risbrudr is coaching sophomore Jim Perlich
a very successful and helpful member of The Team. Fred aT The CiTy MeeT. Any encouragemenf from The sidelines
swam The breasf sTroke. helps The Team To win.
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Mike Bergmann reaches
for the baton as Jack
Landis finishes his portion of
a mile relay race at Central
A mile relay team con-
sists of four boys who each
run 440 yards and then hand
the baton to a teammate.
Running with .lack and Mike
were Don Muellner and Jack
Besides running in the re-
lays .lack excelled in the
broad iump and half-mile,
while Mike was better known
as a miler.
Murray's Cindermen Race To Fourth In City
Coach Vernon Petersen's cindermen ran to fourth place
in the City Track Meet at Central Stadium. During the regu-
lar season the Pilots had only four meets. After losing to
the top three teams, Central 9O-l9, Monroe 54-48, and
Humboldt 69-55, Murray edged Johnson by the close score
In the City Meet, Captain Don Steinle placed fifth in the
lOO-yard dash and second in the 220-yard dash. Mike
Bergmann proved to be the best in the mile, taking a first
place in it. Jack Landis took a fifth place in the broad jump
and a sixth place in the half-mile. Don Muellner placed
fourth in the 440-yard dash. Mike Pearson placed high in
the shotput and discus. Bill Engebretson took third place
in the high jump.
Murray's 880-yard medley relay team captured first
place in the City Relay Carnival.
Row I: Jack Deutsch, Guy Haff, Michael Bergmann, Thomas Morton,
Stephen Nelson, Gregory Page 9 Coach Vernon Petersen, Flovd
Richardson, Patrick Broderick, John Landis, James Nichols, Elwood
Gary Wandmacher picks up a ground ball
in Time to throw the runner out at Tirst base.
Gary's dependable fielding and hitting was
an asset to The team's success.
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Murray 4 ...,... ,..r,.. C entral
Murray 2 ....,. .,... J ohnson
Murray T2 ...... .,.....,...,. W ilson
Murray 8 ...... .....,........ M onroe
Murray 4 ....,. ...4,., M echanic Arts
Murray 3 .,.4... ........ W ashington
Murray 3 .....,. ,........ H umboldt
Players Made Great Catches, Hit Hard Balls
Murray began its i961 baseball season, despite the
usual weather problems, -on a successful note. The Pilots
in their non-conference schedule won tour games and
As they moved into the conference slate, Murray's bat-
men knocked out three victories and five defeats. This rec-
ord placed them in a three way tie for tifth place, one
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game short of a berth in the tour team play-offs.
Against Johnson, sophomore John Zellner pitched a 2-O
shutout tor the Pilots. John's fine pitching was backed by
the hard hitting of co-captains Dick Foster and John Dun-
can. Murray also scored victories over Mechanic Arts and
Wilson. John Vollmer made The All-City squad, while Dick
Foster and Mark Thompson received honorable mention.
Row l: Coach Michael Smith, John Warner, William Mantis, Gary Vollmer, Thomas Barrows, Mark Thompson, Keith Carlson, Timothy
Wandmacher, John Duncan, Richard Foster, Arthur Kirby, Donald Gadler, Roger Spooner, John Zellner, Robert Thompson, Robert Allen,
Carlson, Dennis Lee, Mgr. William Forbes U Coach Robert Ritter, John Thomas Walls.
Row lr Coach Michael Smith, John Sweet, Ronald Lieder, Mark Bauer,
John Bates, James Nelson, Kenneth Caldwell ' Richard Hahnen, Gary
The Junior Varsity, although unable to win any of their
four games, gained valuable experience under the direc-
tion of Mr. Michael Smith.
With the Varsity relying heavily on the boys coming up
from the "B" squad, Mr. Ritter says, "The boys learn the
Arhart, Robert Fodness, John Larson, Gary Blume Gerald Crowell
fundamentals on the Junior Varsity. lt is also very impor
tant for them to play in summer leagues
The boys were coached by Mr. Michael Smith a student
at the University of Minnesota.
Junior Varsity Team Looks Toward Future
This year the intramural program,
included bowling, basketball, hockey,
and softball. Any boy was eligible for
these sports and participated in as
many as he liked.
Mr. John Pearson was in charge of
bowling, hockey, and softball, while
Mr. George Rose led the basketball
program. All games were played in
the evening with the exception of bowl-
ing, which was on Saturday morning.
When asked about intramural sports,
Mr. Rose said that, "ln future years,
after the completi-on of our new build-
ing, we should have more participation
by the students, for they will be more
interested." He added that the girls
should participate as well as the boys.
lt's another strike hopes Dick Erickson, who is participating in intramural
bowling. His teammates, Bruce Anderson, Tom Barrows, and Floyd Richardson
are waiting their turn to b-owl.
Golfers Shoot For Birdies, Eagles, Aces
Coach Clarence Fulmek's golf team
finished fifth in the city with a respectable
three wins, four losses, and one tie record.
Leading the team was captain Dick Giert-
son. Other boys scoring points in matches
were seniors Kurt Wagener, Rick Lein, and
Dave Pietsch, juniors Bob Strandquist and
Ron Kuhn, and sophomore Jim Stromberg.
After losing to Johnson, the Pilots beat
Humboldt l5-O. Then, after suffering set-
backs from Monroe, Central, and Wilson,
they came back to whip Mechanic Arts
l4V2-V2, Harding lO-5, and tie Washington
Bob Strandquist placed highest in the
city for Murray.
Row li Richard Lein, James Stromberg, Dennis Engle, David Pietsch ' Coach Clarence
Fulmek, Richard Giertson, Ronald Kuhn, Kurt Wagener, Robert Strangquist.
Netmen Serve Sharply, Return Quickly, Play Hard
First year man Tom Thorstenson smashes
a serve to the opposite court. Tom played
mostly in doubles matches.
For the fifth year in a row the Murray netmen finished in fourth place
with a record of four wins and four losses.
Murray opened up the season by losing to Johnson 4-l but came back
to defeat Washington and Harding by identical scores of 3-2 and Mechanic
Arts 5-O. Then, after losing to Monroe 4-l, the Pilots defeated Humboldt
and lost to Wilson by scores of 3-2 again. ln the final match of the season,
a strong Central team whipped the Pilots 5-O.
Chris Page, Rick Halvorson, and John Mantis, all seniors, were the top
three singles players for Murray.
Row ls John Bauer, Leander Lippert, John Mantis, Earl Orf, James Nylund 9 Coach
Bernard Broderick, Trygg Hansen, Donald Smith, Thomas Thorstenson, John Dexter, Wayne
Ewy 9 Christopher Page, Philip Hager, Richard Halverson, Joseph Kafufert, Russell Swanson.
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Gary Olson and Mike Smith practice a 311 Nelson hold
in preparation for the City Meet. Gary, who was captain,
won all of his matchs. in the City Meet he placed Hrst
which qualified him for the Region Meet. At left, Ted
Granovsky works on a break with Gary Olson. Ted had
a successful year winning five matches, tying one, and
Wrestling Team Is Newly Organized At Murray
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, i' ' L- - Orf, John Manthe, Theodore
3 ' ' l c , i l l ' ' K Granovsky, James Johnson,
' iz . K f l f W E 1 ' Stephen Richards, William
s S T , . 3 Q 3 l Mafcheii, Robert mid v Ma.
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,ak . L W, , A K I K Jerry Pearson, Dennis Engle,
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E T 3 N . 4 I If T Willey, Coach Reno Rossini.
Wrestling has become a popular sport in its first year at
Murray. The qualifications for this sport make it appealing
to both spectators and participants. Any boy can wrestle
because of the weight divisions. These divisions start at 97
pounds and go up to i75 pounds and over.
The team practiced before and after school. Before
school the boys had matches in the gym and after classes
returned for calisthenics in the cafeteria.
Before the season began, Coach Reno Rossini attended
several clinics to gain fundamental knowledge of
Gary Olson, the only experienced wrestler, was elected
Jim Johnson is practicing an escape with Mike Halvorson.
Mike, a heavyweight, won two of his matches. Coach Reno
Rossini said that "Mike has come a long way this season."
Row i: Karen Lee,
Row 2: Carol Hend-
Pa melci Comstock,
Gayl Gayman, Mar-
garet Wolf, Mary Jo
Under the guidance ot Mrs. Patricia Fritsche, the Girls
Athletic Association otters an opportunity tor freshmen
Through senior girls to learn good sportsmanship, play new
sports, and make friends.
Aside from participating in sports, G.A.A. members spon-
sor the Homecoming dance and the sale of Homecoming
Team sports such as soccer, basketball, volleyball, and
rickson, Janet Paul-
son, Jane Gilie, Kath-
leen Weber, Betty Sal-
mon, Elizabeth Frost,
softball are organized by their respective sportheads. The
two top teams challenge each other for the championship.
Sportheads responsible for horseback riding, ping-pong,
skating, swimming, archery, tumbling, and tennis arrange
the time, place, and registration for the participants.
The bicycling sparthead organizes groups tor iO-mile
At the G.A.A. Assembly trophies are awarded to the
champion ping-pong player and champion bowlers.
Fun And Exercise ls Planned For G.A.A. Girls
Two girls jump tor the ball while Kathy Duncan and
Kay Eddy rush in to grab it, hoping to make a basket
and score points for their team.
"Over here!" shouts Kay Cutkomp, while Carol Chris-
tianson tries to guard her and keep the ball away from
the opposite team.
Girls Athletic Association is a
source of action tor the feminine
population at Murray. The girls try
their hardest to pile up enough
points tor their letters. TOOO points
are needed for a school letter, while
All-City letters cost 1500 p-oints. The
sportheads meet and plan early in
September for the various depart-
ments. All of the games are ar-
ranged in tournaments with the
players ot the winning team receiv-
ing TOO points. Points are also given
tor perfect attendance.
Mrs. Patricia Fritsche, adviser, al-
ways takes an active part in all ath-
letic and and social events oftered
Shivering in the cold are G.A.A. officers for the past year, Pat Boyle, recording
secretary, Joan Lauerer, president, Linda Niemela, treasurer, Kathy Brown, vice-
president, and Kay Eddy, secretary. They are looking over the new gymnasium
which is in the process ot being built.
G.A.A. Officers Plan Activities For School Year
Row I: Susan VanZanden, Patricia Boyle, Virginia Braa, Linda Olson, Joan Lauerer, Victoria Rupp, Susan Hunt ' Lorayne Knippenberg,
Barbara Schreifels, Ann Cerny, ,lo-Ann Merrill, Catherine Broderick 9 Victoria Bone, JGGF1 Lemblie, Kmlleflne Brown, Mary Brasted, l-iftdfl
Kay Eddy, Virginia Maas, Mary Delger, Linda Niemela, Betty Cadwell, JOl1nSOY1, ADH Wall, Ingrid Giving.
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Murray Students Snapped Unawares At Games,
Backing the Pilots at games, meets,
and matches are Murray's loyal students.
Helping support the football team is
the Murray band, which marches during
half time at football games.
"Fightl Go! Win!" shout enthusiastic
fans cheering the football team onward
through the fall season.
At each of the conference games,
regardless of weather, Murrayites sup-
port the team in great number. As the
crowd roars, the Pilots fight for victory
at the Central Stadium.
Look familiar? lf you have had your picture taken
for The Pilot sometime within the last three years, this
may be what you saw. Dan Torgersen, Pilot photographer,
is pictured here doing a job he is known for at Murray.
Advising the staff on picture arrangement, new angles,
and photo selection are iust a few of the many tasks
Dan has performed as a member of The Pilot staff for
Candid shots taken at random throughout the year
play an important part in the general make-up of the
yearbook. Pictures portraying students in their school
surroundings help to tell the story of Murray in The
"Yeah, Murray!" yell students in sup-
port of the hockey team as it skates
towards victory at the St. Paul Auditor-
ium, where all conference games are
The band also finds an important
place at Murray's hockey games skat-
ing and playing between periods.
Although transportation to the games
is sometimes inconvenient for many Mur-
rayites, large crowds are always there
to cheer the team to victory.
Between Classes, In Study, And At Noon Hour
The daily rush to homeroom finds
Murray students crowding through the
second floor hallway.
Junior and senior high students all
agree that Murray's new addition will
be very welcome.
More room in the halls may decrease
tardiness to classes plus reduce the
frustration of climbing over several peo-
ple and a stack of books to get to one's
Talking laughing relaxing and of
course, eating are the activities of stu
dents in the Murray cafeteria. The latest
in gossip, sports, and favorite clubs or
functions is revealed at each lunch
An occasional outburst of "Happy
Birthday" is nothing out of the ordinary.
Every so often someone brings a cake
to celebrate in real birthday style.
Congratulations is sung for almost any
occasion which seems to deserve recog-
A catastrophe, such -as dropping a
tray, always adds to the confusion.
Murray's library offers a place to
relax and read or study. Many students
take advantage of its wide array of
sources including books for term papers,
themes, and other assignments plus
materials for outside reading.
Before school, during study and
lunch periods, and after school pupils
gather in the library.
Serving students and faculty are Mr.
Leon King and Library Club members
who vvork together as a staff to shelve
and check out books, shelf read, register
fines, and perform many other respons-
Junior, Senior Councils Work Ancl
Student Council members Jone Gilie, right, ond Corol Berge, second
from the left, show new students Lois Rogon, Vicki Johnson, ond Noncy
Miller the lunch menu.
lvloking their contributions to the United
Fund ore senior high students Tom Morton,
Fred Nutz, Jerry Crowell, JoAnn Wogener,
ond Sue Klorkowski.
Eorly in the yeor the Student Council
sponsors the United Fund Assembly os ci
community service. This offers students on
opportunity to give to worthy orgonizo-
tions. The tenth, eleventh, ond tweltth
grcides compete to give the lorgest sum.
The seniors gove the lorgest omount totol-
ing forty-tive dollors.
' Governing ond representing Murray,
the Student Council guides students cind
sets stondords tor the school ond its
Under the ctble guidonce ot Mr. George
Rose, Student Council otticers ond repre-
sentotives elected from eoch homeroom
work to promote school spirit, improve
conduct, ond orgonize school projects.
Beginning o long list ot responsibilities
tor the yeor, Student Council members
orronge ci progrom to help new students
become ocquointed with lvlurroy. A com-
mittee plons on tour of the building plus
on ossembly. During this ossembly, the
new pupils leorn the rules ond regulcitions
Discussing recent onnouncements posted
on the Student Council bulletin boord neor
the ouditorium ore iunior high othcers
lvlorgc1retSwonson, vice-president, Jeonne
Scherbert, president, Joy Bortlett, secre-
tory, ond Ervo Snyder, treosurer. The iunior
high Student Council supports the projects
ot the senior Student Council while leorn-
ing how to orgonize ideos ond responsi-
bilities forthe coming yeors.
Learn Together To Make Successful Year
At Christmas time the senior Student
Council decorates the auditorium for the
March of Toys assembly. Boxes are
decorated and filled with presents in the
homerooms. Representatives from each
homeroom come forward to bring the
boxes to the huge tree at the front of the
auditorium. After the assembly, the toys
are turned over to the St. Paul Fire Depart-
ment to be mended and distributed to
In January or early February the
Student Council sponsors Sno'-Foolin' Day,
its only money-making event of the year.
Royalty is chosen from freshmen and
senior students. The king and queen and
prince and princess reign over a day of
fun plus a dance in the evening.
Busily decorating the cafeteria for Christmas activities
are junior Student Council members Bill Slettom, Joy
Bartlett, Erva Snyder, and Margie Swanson. Bob Rupp
patiently waits for some tape for a streamer.
Caught in the turmoil of excitement of the March of
Toys assembly are junior high homeroom representatives
Sarah Halvorson and Kathy Kavanaugh. Senior Uldis
Krastins also takes part in the march.
Senior Officers Govern
Senior Student Council officers Gayl Gayman, secretary
Gary Wandmacher, president, Jane Christensen, vice
president, and Don Pautz, treasurer gather in 3X.
Service And Fun Combine To Make L.C. An
Ron Kuhn, second vice-president, Laura Lindorfer, first vice-president, Bev Thompson,
president, Mary Brasted, recording secretory, Bob Zalk, scirgeant-at-arms, Gary
Wandmacher, corresponding secretary, John Swanson, treasurer, Pat Boyle, program
Confronted with o large number ot fines
slips every morning are second period li-
brary staff workers Jo-Ann Merrill and
Paul M-orlock. The fines are tallied and
written up by the Hnes committee, and
slips are distributed through homerooms.
Checking in overdue books is only one
of many iobs done by senior statt workers.
They check out and shelve books, cata-
logue and type, and advise committees.
Working behind the desk is o requirement
for L.C. members to receive their pins and
is also a school service credit if done for
the entire year,
"Service with ci smile" might well be a
slogan adopted by Murray's Library Club.
Members of the club give of their time and
talents for the betterment of the library.
Under the direction ot librarian and club
adviser, Mr, Leon King, L. C.'ers have been
carrying on in the true tradition of one ot
lVlurray's tinest clubs.
Among events that will be well remem-
bered are initiation, with all the spiders,
"Islands ot Treasure" presented during
Book Week, and the Pin Luncheon in the
spring, the highlight tor senior members.
Students wishing to ioin L. C. take prepara-
tory classes in library science taught by the
Shelving books and shelf reading are
Library Club members Joan Cottmon, Paul
Morlock, and Tom Swadburg.
One ofthe jobs of staff workers is to put
books back on the shelves in the correct
place when they are returned. lt is the duty
ot the shelf reading committee to check
the order ot the books and take out any
that are marred or need mending.
Outstanding Organization At Murray
Row li Mr. Lean King, Joan Coffman, Caroline Hopp, Randina
Jensen, Jettery Otto, Linda Olson, Joan Enerson, Jo Ann Kenny O
Victoria Bone, Michael Christian, Iris Hartman, Gary Wandmacher,
Barbara Lembke, Ann Wall, Marilyn Hanson O Craig Crawford, Kath-
leen Thoennes, Dennis Engle, Katherine Brown, Kathleen Barrick, Ken-
neth Caldwell, Barclay Brastecl, Carol Bradford O Robert Zallr,
Stephen Hartwick, Sigurd Haugan, John Swanson, Raymond Jensen,
Ronald Kuhn, David Mayer.
Row l: Judith Sweet, Jo-Ann Merrill, Sarah Souther, Ann Cerny,
Joan Paskewitz, Mary Jo Slettom, Susan Christianson O Gary Kwong,
Delbert Cecchi, Peter Rogness, Beverly Thompson, Lynn Sweetland,
Patricia Boyle, Katherine Boyle, Katherine,DeWitt O William Mantis,
Louis DeWitt, Paul Morlock, Margaret Adolphsen, Jean Lembke, Gerald
Laney, Carole Barthold, Laura Lindorfer O Theodore Granovsky, John
Bates, Michael Sullivan, Mary Brasted, Susan Talbott, Linda Johnson,
Michael Bergmann O John Dow, Thomas Thorstenson, Larry Sargent,
Russell Swanson, Thomas Swadburg, Victor Borgeson, James Stromberg,
Quill And Scroll
"All you con eot on your own loot of bread" wos The
lunch plonned by Quill ond Scroll members Tor new
initiotes. The rest of The menu included lots ot pototo
chips, milk, ond ice creom.
Enjoying overlooded sondwiches ot The luncheon ore
initioTes Bob Zolk, Borb Nelson, ond Lorry ScirgenT.
AT The spring iniTiotion, iuniors ore Token inTo The club.
From These members ofticers ore chosen, ond onother
Quill ond Scroll Luncheon is held Tor new senior mem-
bers inthe Toll.
Journolistic Endeavors Reworded By Honor Society
Quill ond Scroll membership is on oword sought by
mony ot lVlurroy's journolisTs on both The Murcurie ond
Pilot stolls. ln order To quality Tor This inTernoTionol honor
socieTy, students must be in The upper one-Third ot Their
closs ond hove on ouTsTonding record ol work done in
The field of iournolism Through Their school.
Mr. John Lope, iournolism instructor, is odviser for The
Murray chopter oT Quill ond Scroll.
Outlining The club's responsibiliTies Tor the coming yeor
ore Quill ond Scroll olticers Vicki Rupp, presidenT, Koy
Eddy, Treosurer, Kothy Brown, secreTory, ond Lorry Scir-
Row la Judith Sweet, Ann Cerny, Kay Cutkomp, Soroh Souther, I Joon Louerer, ,lone Christensen, Koy Eddy, Suson Jock, Borbcirci
Bernodine Stevenson, Susan Von Zonden O Victorio Rupp, Potricia Nelson, .leon Lembke I Terence Poulson, Katherine Brown, Lorry
Boyle, Lindo Niemelci, Betty Cadwell, Caroline Hopp, Lynn Sweetlond Sargent, Robert Zcilk, Mory Brosted, Lindo Johnson.
Scholars Gain Information At Monthly Meetings
Row I: Mr, Gerald Kritzer, student teacher, Katherine Boyle,
Aedile, Kayleen Ed, Scribe, Joan Enerson, Consul, Kenneth Caldwell,
Consul, Lea Lippert, Quaestor, Mr. Bill Addison I Kathleen DeWitt,
Susan Brown, Jeanne Scherbert, Jane Wolens, Mary Cerny, Susan
Latin Club strives to acquaint its members with the
part Rome and the ancient language play in today's
world. The club is made up of first through fourth year
Latin students. Its adviser is Latin and English instructor,
Mr. Bill Addison.
In addition to the election of new officers, Rev. Olaf
Storaasli presented a talk on his travels in Rome at the
first club meeting. The initiation of new members myster-
Strandquist, Leslie Walck I Patricia Trammell, Susan Lindgren,
Edward Merrell, Barbara Lembke, Carole Barthold, Joyce Carlson,
Janice Brown I Carol Bradford, Mary Mullin, Duane Jensen, John
Bates, Barbara Turnquist, Charles Nightingale, William Barrick,
iously turned boys into Cyclopes, one-eyed giants of
mythology, and girls into Harpies, defined as ravenous
monsters with the bodies of birds. At the December
meeting the Christmas story was read in Latin, and club
members heard the Corpus Christi choir singing Christ-
mas hymns in Latin. The annual spring banquet is a high-
light of the year's events.
Row ii Margaret Mullin, Coral Berge, Mary Brandt, Charlotte
Koeper, Gretchen Halvorson, Melody Milburn O Kimberly Condie,
Jacqueline Clayton, Susan McDonald, Elsie Hagen, Gayle Woodhouse,
Lois Peterson, Margaret Swanson O Elizabeth Frost, Margaret Hagen,
Leslie Curtiss, David Coad, Marilyn Hansen, Joan Freeman, Mary
Miller, Joy Bartlett I Linda Prong, John Arneman, David Barthold,
Carol Piermantier, Priscilla Hager, Richard Amrhien, David Ha-gen.
New Language Club Grows Ancl Prospers
The German Club, consisting ot
approximately sixty members, has
monthly meetings usually at neighboring
churches. The members strive to learn
more about Germany and its people.
Presiding over monthly meetings were
otticers Beverly Thompson, president,
Ingrid Giving, vice-president, Peter Rog-
ness, treasurer, and Libby Frost, program
At each meeting German songs are
sung, and a program relating to Ger-
many is featured,
initiation tor new members at the
beginning ot the year included a game ot
charades in German and wearing little
hats to school. Upon meeting an old
member, each new initiate had to recite
'fMy hat has three corners" in German.
German Round Singers Vicki Moor, Iris Hartman, Kathy Barrick, Gisela
Fohlmeister, Barbara Lembke, Ann Cerny, Lynn Schanke, and Jo Ann
Kenny prepare one ot their many selections.
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Row l: Ann Cerny, Mariorie Sautter, Karen Allmain, Mary
McDiarmid, Mary Imbertson, Helen Johnson, Mary Hokanson I
Margaret Kurz, Gary Kwong, Kerry Stein, Hugh Coffman, James
Wolf, Diann Gast, William Slettom, Patti Poye, Alice Magnuson, Jo
Ann Kenny O Mrs. Margaret Berdahl, Meridee Sorensen, Susan
Schroeder, Terry Cutkomp, Bill Weber, Kathy Stech, Jean Gallagher,
Meredy Razskazofl, Joan Paskewitz, Roger Kwong I Mariann Krinke,
Karen Schroeder, Barbara Lembke, Gayl Gayman, Karen Lee,
Susan Tselos, Eva Neubeck, Beverly Thompson, Joan Coltman, Robert
Field, Margaret Wolf I Sandy Gunsell, William Mantis, James
Nylund, Peter Rogness, Elizabeth, Frost, Pamela Comstock, Mary
Jo Haugan, William Watson, Ingrid Giving, lris Hartman I Louis
DeWitt, Richard Allred, Ronald Swanson, Kirby Johnson, Christine
Shulstad, Katherine Hartwick, Paul Fardig, Gisela Fohlmeister,
Kathleen Barrick, Lorayne Knippenberg, Kay Eddy.
Knowledge Comes By Studying Spanish Countries
Row li Virginia Braa, Esther Ort, Catherine Broderick, James
Haechrel, Charlotte Clarke, Mark Bauer, Mrs. lrene Zimmerman I
Carol Hendrickson, Erin O'Brien, Sally Beckiorden, Mary Solstad, Mary
Nason, Priscilla Thurow, Barbara Comstock, Jeanine Smith I Joyce
Johnson, Nancy Miller, Margaret Adolphsen, Kenny Auld, Kathleen
Nielsen, John Bauer, Steven Gasch, Stephen Munson I Patricia
Strain, John Sweet, Mary Wooding, Joanne Thaennes, Linda Johnston,
Janet Paquette, Kenneth Brown, Jeanne Cannons.
Spanish Club is one of the activities
at Murray which works toward a goal.
lts members have a chance to practice
the language they have studied and also
learn about Spanish speaking countries.
The meetings were held in various
churches in the community and were pre-
sided over by omcers Steve Munson,
president, Mark Bauer and Erin O'Brien,
vice-presidents, Esther Ort, secretary,
Jo-Ann Merrill, program chairman, Janet
Initiation for new members is held in
the fall of each year. Shown here are
Steve Munson, Ginny Braa, and Jo-Ann
Merrill, who is placing donkey ears on
Barb Comstock. The new people were
made to wear the burro ears for one full
day ot school.
"Ma, He's Makin' Eyes at Mel" sings Alida Meisen to Enthusiastic cheering tills the nippy night air at Murray's
the innocent bystander, Joe Schatt. Balloons, tags, posters, Homecoming game. At the coronation assembly the tense
glitter, and glue, plus lots at concentration are all an moment has passed. Newly crowned queen Sue Jack
important part of Homecoming week campaigning. reigns.
Festivities Are Enjoyed By Students And Alumni
Dclys of fun ond excitement enioyed
by oll describes Homecoming ot Mur-
roy in 1961. Suspense begon for seniors
os they voted for queen conclidotes, ond
each wos notified. With mcmogers chosen,
compoigning begon. Snappy slogons ond
clever posters were found ct every home
-olong with lots of snocksl Huge nome
signs were found in the cofeterio this
yeor insteod ot on the fence, which is
hidden from view by the fost-rising oddi-
Homecoming buttons beoring the
slogan "Wilskin Wilson" were sold by
G. A. A., ond preporotions were mode
for decoroting ot the ossembly, gome, ond
As the week f1ew by, suspense built,
ond on Fridoy, Gctober 13, Sue Jock
wos crowned ot the coronotion assembly
by 1960 Homecoming queen, Sondy
Tousley. The evening gome ond dance
topped off the festivities to moke the
week Q wonderful memory for every-
Homecoming queen condidotes ond their monogers Boyle, Jcme Christensen Greg Risbrudt Louro Lindorfer
ore Poul Wotermon, Lindo Johnson, Roger Novak, Pot George Willorcl, Sue Jock ond Lorry Scirgent
Row lx Gerald Laney, Lea Lippert, Michael Sullivan, Gary Arhart, Perlich, Theodore Granovsky, Dennis Lee, James Stromberg, Gerald
James Nylund, Lowell Rostvit O Patrick Broderick, Kenneth Caldwell,
Paul Rogen, Jack Deutsch, Trygg Hansen, William Mantis C James Page, James Knutson, Thomas Thorstenson.
Athletes Rewa rded For
ln order to gain admittance into Murray's "M" Club, really works and enioys a sport.
boys must excell in some sport. Each boy who meets set
standards in his particular sport will receive a Murray
letter. Good sportsmanship and athletic interest are the
two main qualities found in a dedicated athlete who
Row 1: Gary WGFlClIT1ClCl19F, John Bauer, Stephen Hartwick, Michael I Robert Zalk, George Willard, Russell Swanson, Daniel
Bergmann, Gregory Risbrudt, Donald Poutz I John Landis, Guy Haff, Ronald Kuhn, David Mayer.
Jeffrey Beyer, Dennis Tellander, Gary Anderson, Richard Carlson
Crowell, Mark Thompson I Keith Carlson, John Zellner, Gregory
Sports Enthusiasm, Skill
Heading this year's "M" Club are Mike Bergmann
president, Gary Anderson, vice-president, Gary Wand
macher, secretary-treasurer, and Dick Carlson, sargeant
at-arms. Mr. Vernon Petersen was the adviser this year.
'Lots 0f Pep, Lots Of Steam'
Cheering The Pilots on To vicTory is The y X K g Ev, my T'
goal of The Murray cheerleaders. . il . V it
Each year, in The spring, Tryouts for T i T "T M
The squad are held. The students are l T V X i ii
chosen Tor coordination and Their ability kd.-f T 'TJ A! ff sif' Nxt . 2
To make The crowd respond. When mem- V, , 6 y Q
bers graduate, they leave openinQs Tor Il y y
new members. Each cheerleader on The f T -1 ,ff . l,.J idx all
squad The preceding year is required To 1' gif " ' Abya df. TsTN'v'Mf
tryout again iT she wishes To be eligible f QM- Q, ,,, ,. T . '
for a position. They are iudged with The A- 4 sf sf' 'T' C
rest on a non-parTisan basis. J ' ' y g
Under The guidance of Mrs. PaTricia f
Fritsche and captain K. C. Baukol, The fl
group spent many hours practicing and
learning new cheers.
Pictured aT right in uniforms are mem-
bers of This year's squad. Kneeling are
Kim Condie, Sue Hunt, and Sandy Jensen.
Standing are Gayl Gayman, Libby Frost,
KaThy Nielsen, and K. C. Baukol.
Busily making Tickets for Their annual dance in Janu-
ary are Kim Condie, Gayl Gayman, and Kathy Nielsen.
Right: Trying on new gloves for their hockey uniforms
are K. C. Baukol, Sandy Jensen, and Libby Frost.
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Varied Music Cn Many Occasions ls
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Row li Ratymoncl Gammel, Wayne
Rees, Janice Wemyss, Karen Cheney,
Barbara Cheney, Mary Lou Berg,
Sonya Shoffner, Mary McDiarmid,
Cheryl Cummings, Linda Johnson,
Esther Ort, Mary Doeltz, Jeannine
Rueteler, John Jahr O Linda Manke,
Betty Ann Evans, Nancy Trower, Ann
Cerny, Adrienne Anderson, Gail
Gower, Carol, Esboldt, Randina
Jensen, Barbara Traynor, Leslie Miller,
Alida Miesen, Sandra Jensen, Anne
McCulley I Marilyn Hansen, Sylvia
Spandau, Mary Hayes, Kathleen Bar-
rick, Lynn Schanke, Joan Freeman,
Carolyn Lieder, Theresa Kelley,
Judith Sweet, Linda Hillstrom, Terence
Paulson, Jeanne Cannons, Jacquelyne
Strain, Ingrid Giving, Joan Cottman
O Carole Paquette, Jeanne Kissane,
Judith Carlson, Marilyn Neubrand,
Karen Wachholz, Patricia Trammell,
Murray's Octette includes Cheryl Cummings, Cheryl Grecco, Mary Jo Slettom, Mom Johnson, Mgry Woodgng, put
Alida Miesen, Karl Miesen, Jim Stromberg, Thomas Swadburg, Kenneth Koeper. KiSS0'f1ef Jflmes Wwneff JOYCQ Carl-
son, Sharon Sandgren, Janet McLean.
Row lg Carol Balcome, Janice Ellingson,
Meri Kay Bernard, Kathleen McKay, Steve
Milburn, Mary Wolf, Gayle Olmeim, Mary
Marshall O Charlotte Koeper, James Nelson,
Michael Clark, Barbara Souther, Patti Shoflner,
Carol Benson, Gretchen Halvorson, Miss
Mariorie Rusch O Linda Rozenberg, Jane
Wolens, Margaret Pomeroy, Kathleen Stech,
Elizabeth White, Christine Jensen, Kathleen
Lauerer, Diann Gast, Patti Poye O Penny
Bartel, Connie Englund, Lois Rogen, William
Marsh, Michael Boyle, Paul Boyd, Lynnae Lee,
Marlene Sundstrom I Sheryl Bentley, Susan
Razskazoff, Ruth Frost, Christine Shulstad,
Charles Knudsen, Margaret Hagen, Patricia
McMoy, Barbara Krueger, Patricia Thurow.
Presented By Vocal Music Department
Row 1: Miss Mariorie Rusch, Cheryl
Grecco, Delores Stark, Renee
Josephson, Susanne Berg, Judith
Koep, Joy Bartlett, Gayle Wood-
house, Marcia Tenney, Sandra Young-
dahl I Priscilla Hager, Nency Heinz,
Linda Prong, Lyle Kelley, Beverly
Thompson, Kathleen Weber, Marjorie
Sautter, Mary Jo Slettom, Susan
Wagner I James Stromberg, Ken-
neth Koeper, Richard Wolens, Karl
Miesen, Norman Gage, Meri Kay
Mattson, Janet Odegaard, Glenda
Peterson, Janet Paquette O Thomas
Swadburg, John Warner, Donald
Tschicla, Jerry Fishbeck, Daniel Pranke,
Kathleen Sundstrom, Eric Mattson,
"He's making a list, checkin' it
twice. sing Alida Miesen and
Cheryl Grecco at the March ot
Row 1: Kathleen Rudie, Nancy Uram,
Louise Duren, Carol Palmquist, Kay Saters-
moen, Rita Kaufman, Sandra Anderson, Leigh
Ann Blume O Gerald Olson, Richard Turn-
quist, Susan Foster, Carol King, Trudy Fales,
Diana Johnson, Ann Marie Kowits, Pamela
Roan, Dean Swanson I Eugene Demars,
Elsie Hagen, inda Kloek, Nancy Hunt, Kath-
leen Sullivan, Marilyn Cross, Nancy Cross,
Lois Peterson, Marcia Baukol, Cynthia Adolph-
sen I Susan Christenson, Jane Skovholt, Nora
Page, Barbara Thoennes, Ronald Nelson, Jan
Curtiss, Annette Goodret, Jean Gallagher,
Meredith Razskazotf, Deborah Hager O Susan
Tseios, Leslie Curtiss, Katherine Hartwick,
Peter Neubeck, Steven Bailey, Christine Olson,
Linda Dunnwald, Patricia Cant1eld, Cheryl
Tunell, Jeanne Scherbert.
Adding greatly to the en-
joyment and inspiration of the
Christmas season at Murray,
the choir, along with the
speech department presented
the traditional assembly. They
also participated in the St.
Paul Christmas Choral Pag-
eant at the St. Paul Auditor-
ium along with choirs from
various churches, public and
parochial schools, and hos-
pitals. Under the direction of
Miss Marjorie Rusch, the junior
choir caroled in the halls.
Both choirs participated in
a musical performance in the
spring. Assisting with organ-
ization ot the choir were
otticers for 1961-1962 Joe
Schatt, president, Alida Mie-
sen, vice-president, Carole
Paquette, secretary, and John
The Octette, a unique part
ot the music department, per-
forms at activities throughout
the year. Also incidental solos
at assemblies are planned
through the choir.
Projection Crew Presents Films For All Classes
Stage Force Prepares Stage F
With adviser, Mr. Alex Heron, the Stage Force prepares the stage
tor all assemblies and special programs such as the Senior Class Play
and the Christmas pageant.
The show could not go on without the boys who help make an
enjoyable show for those watching out tront,
- Mike Christian makes use ot the controls back stage to operate the
mikes and other sound equipment. Dave Barthold adjusts the lights
so the show may go on. These boys also have to set up the stage
for all meetings.
Almost every day members ot
the Projection Crew have their
work lined up for them because
teachers need the ambitious projec-
tionists to show tllms in their rooms.
Besides running the projectors,
the crew orders and returns films,
takes care of phonographs and
tape recorders, and keeps them in
Mr. Lloyd Marengo is the adviser
of the Projection Crew.
Jack Sweet, John Geer, Randy
Barren, Dave Sandberg, Richard
Arneman, Richard Allred, Bill Alwin,
and Larry Haase show machines
that are used by the Projection
or Action Anal Fun
Clean-up is also part of the work of the
stage force as shown here by Ray Schmidt,
John Dow, and Bob Johnson.
Future Teachers Of America
Techniques Taught Through Classroom Experience
FTA meetings were held monthly in the school audi-
torium tor juniors and seniors in FTA. The year started oft
with a panel of student teachers, from various colleges
in St. Paul, telling why they went into teaching. The panel
was made up ot Mr. Adelsman, American History, Mr.
Kritzner, Latin, Mr. Lam, Mathematics, and Mr. Pierson,
from the English department. At the second meeting Vicki
Rupp showed slides and told ot her experiences in
Europe as Murray's AFS student. Vicki stayed in Finland,
and she told members about her foreign family and the
land in which she stayed last summer. At the next meeting
they had a speaker from Hamline, who spoke on elemen-
Learning that the teacher has to prepare the lesson
and work for the day, before going to class are Dave
Mayer, Barb Schreitels, and Lynn Sweetland. Many hours
are spent in preparation, and FTA members learn that
this is just part of teaching.
increasing their vocabulary and boning up
on the books are FTA oFlicers Kathy Thoennes,
program chairman, Margaret Kurz, secretary,
Marcia Allred, president, Sue Jack, vice-presi-
dent, and Betty Cadwell, treasurer.
These ofticers along with adviser, Miss Louise
Smith, plan interesting, intormative programs
for Murray students that are considering the
with the help ot the teacher.
Jeanne Wilson and Sue VanZanden.
Providing students with personal help is
also part of the teacher's duty. Each student
has his problems which must be ironed out
Members ot FTA volunteer to help teachers
enter grades, correct tests, and conduct
their classes if the teacher is absent. This
gives the FTA members a chance to experi
ence some of the practices a teacher does
Helping students in this English class are
J unior-Senior Prom
"Moonlight And Stardust" Sets The Moocl
The Grand March led by class oFHcers is a traditional
part of every prom. Murray juniors and seniors and their
General co-chairmen of the i960 Prom, Pat Boyle,
Third from left, and Bob Zalk, se-cond from left, pose by
the fountain with their dates, Joe Schaaf and Linda
Niemela. After many weeks of hard work and planning,
Pat and Bob find it hard to relax, even when the evening
is well underway.
dates are shown participating in the classic ritual.
"No rain this time!" exclaims Roger Novak as he enioys
a belated post-prom picnic with Cheri LeClair, Dave
Hallen, and Joan Kruslcopf. Many outings planned by
prom-goers for May 6 were postponed because of bad
Committee chairmen tor the Prom hold
a meeting to exchange ideas. Shown here
are Geraldine Nelson and Susan Hunt,
decorations, theme, and showcase, Paul
Waterman, orchestra, Kay Cutkomp,
chaperones, Victoria Rupp, refreshments,
and Linda Johnson, datebooks and invita-
A Night To Remember ls Created By Juniors
Lengthy efforts beginning several months before the
Prom added to the excitement of the gala event for
iuniors. Planning and coordinating ideas was part at
the iob of the general co-chairmen, Pat Boyle and Bob
Zalk. Committee members co-operated on all phases at
work to make the dance a success.
The decorations committee had a marked advantage
when planning for the use -of the North Star Ballroom
in the Student Center on the St. Paul Campus of the
With Dick Kast's orchestra in the background, dancing were played along with requests by couples
University ot Minnesota. Advice and encouragement were
given by class advisers Mr. John Mather and Mr. Edward
The Prom was held May 5 with city and school otticials,
class advisers, chaperons, and parents ot class otticers
as honored guests. Couples went to the Normandy Hotel,
which was reserved for Murray, for dinner after the
at the l96l Junior-Senior Prom gets underway. Numbers Prom.
such as "Blue Moon," "Stardust," and "Moon Glow"
Organization Serves Faculty, Students,
Business Cadettes work on lessons to better their typing ability for
letter writing and other business techniques.
Pictured at right are Business Cadettes
Jackie Scholz, Sharon Sandgren, and
Renee Josephson taking part in one of
the monthly fudge sales.
Assisting teachers, operating the book-
store, and learning new business pro-
cedures are several of many activities in
the lives of Business Cadettes.
Each girl is responsible for assisting a
certain teacher by typing, filing, stencil-
ing, and running errands.
Under the direction of Miss Valborg
Helseth and Miss Eleanor Steelsmith, the
Business Cadettes learn how to organize
materials and do clerical work for future
Each month the girls hold a fudge sale
for all students. Each girl makes some
fudge the night before the sale, puts it
in small bags, and sells it for ten cents
Checking the label for size on a package of
typing paper are Karen LaFond and Esther Orf.
Practicing correct filing procedure is Gina Smith.
All materials are kept in a metal cabinet at the
front of room 314.
And School Through Business Techniques
In December the Business Cadettes give
a dessert for all faculty members and
administration. Cottee and dessert are
served in room 312 during lunch periods.
The girls serve and set the tables.
They are also responsible tor decorating
the room, organizing dishes, and making
the coftee and dessert.
In the spring a banquet is held to
which all alumni Business Cadettes are
Busily making last minute preparations
for the tea are Kathy Sundstrom, Susan
Berger, and Judy Koep.
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Looking over the record book is presi-
dent, Barbara Nelson. Eileen Nordstrom
looks on as Barbara Schreifels uses the
Being installed into their new ottices
at the banquet last spring are Judy Koep,
vice-president, Marilyn Miller, secretary,
Barbara Nelson, president, and Betty
Dramatists Make Believe Through Actor's Club
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The Christmas pageant is an annual project of both the dramatic
department and the choir.
The choir sings songs as members of the speech classes and the
Dramatic Club present scenes fitting to the song. The departments present
the program forthe PTA and the student b-ody.
Dramatic Club, open to any person
who qualities at tryouts, proves to be an
interesting adventure into the world of
Sophomores, iuniors, and seniors who
did well in the tryouts and were voted
into the club enioyed all the Dramatic
Club meetings this year.
Included in the variety of programs
presented were Judy King, who recited a
series ot short readings, plus skits, readings
by members ot the club, and a speaker
on how to prepare for a contest.
Learning the basic gestures of how to
stand, walk, use your hands, and sit
make a person more pleasant. Dramatic
students learn ot elementary acting in
The Dramatic Club ran smoothly under
the leadership ot Sandy Jensen, secre-
tary, Greg Risbrudt, vice-president,
Jeanine Smith, president, Jett Beyer,
treasurer, and Paul Waterman, program
Along with Miss Vest, the adviser, they
planned interesting meetings each month.
Sometimes they had readings or short
Jerry Loney, as a little boy, is shown
reading his Christmas list to Santa, played
by Gary Wandmacher. Santa's little
helper, Johnny Slettom, while listening to
Jerry read his long, long list, is tying
balloons together to be used on Santa's
This skit was presented at the March
of Toys assembly.
Senior Class Play
On January I8 and 19, the Class ot
1962 presented a comedy in three acts
entitled "You Can't Take lt With You."
lt is the story of a girl in love with a boy
whose background is completely diFfer-
ent from her own. The two families
become acquainted under the most
embarrassing circumstances. In the end,
all live happily thereafter, accepting the
ditterences as advantages tor a more
Bob Lampher, Jim Satersmoen, Mary
Wooding, Dick Clemen, Sally Souther,
Lowell Olson, and Bob Meyer haul furni-
ture tor the stage setting.
Seniors Present 'You Can't Take It With You'
Learning their lines and practicing the correct
actions are Tim Gadler, Victor Borgeson, Mary
Delger, Guy Hott, Jack Landis, and Barb Kerl. Miss
Florence Vest assists Barb with her next line.
ln a scene from the evening performance are
Steve Munson as Ed, Uldis Krastins, Grandpa Martin
Vanderhof, Guy Hott, Donald, Cheryl Crecco, Rheba,
Allyn Thurow, Kolenkhov, Sue Wagner, Alice, Paul
Waterman, Tony, Victor Borgeson, Mr. Sycamore,
and Barb Kerl, Mrs. Sycamore.
Mrs. Sycamore ...,
. ,..,, ...... , . ............... Barbara Kerl
.....,....Ann Cerny, Erin O'Brien
...,.,...,.....Cheryl Grecco, Nancy Poye
Mr. Sycamore ....., ............ ,............. . ,,... ..,.....,. V I ct or Borgeson
Mr. DePinna .... .,...... T imothy Gadler, Nicholas Schneider
Ed ...,......,....,...., ......,......,......, .......,.....,,......,...,.......... S t ephen Munson
Donald ....,.,,,..,..,...,....,..,...,,..,. ..., ............,.........,............,...,.,..., G u y Haft
Vanderhof .......... . ..,... Uldis Krastins, Gregory Risbrudt
, ....,.., Susan Hunt, Suzanne Wagner
......,.John Landis, Terence Paulson
Tony Kirby ........... .....,.........,..,...........,. P aul Waterman
Boris Kolenkhov ...., .,.....,......,............,.........., A llyn Thurow
Gay Wellington .... ,....,.. C arole Paquette, Mary Wooding
Mr. Kirby ............. , ................... ,,.. .,,..........,...,.............. R o bert Zalk
Mrs. Kirby .......
Three Men .,..
Delger, Marcia Manlce
.....,.Thomas Gardner, John Landis, David Mayer
Nicholas Schneider, Gary Wandmacher
..........Miss Florence Vest
Pep And Spirit Are Supplied Throughout The Year
Row l: Sandra Olson, Judith Baker, Margaret Wolf O Row iz James Wolf, Diane Barthold, Elizabeth Heron I Gregory Risbrudt,
Sharon Thistle, Karen Jensen, Priscilla Thurow I Barbara Barbara Kerl, Judith Stephenson, Ronald Swanson, Alexandra Heron I Steven
Schreifels, Marilyn Ashley, JoAnn Wagener, Darlene Bergmann, Michael Bergmann, Lorayne Knippenberg,
Row I: Paul Raudenbush, Dorothy Boland, Michael Peterson O Paul Row ls James Sargent, Kathleen McKay O David Hagen,
Waterman, Raymond Jensen, Kenneth Keller, Craig Crawford. Thomas Barrows, Michael Broderick.
Row I: Jean Perlich, Joan Paskewitz, Barbara Rice, Gretchen Row l: Alice Magnuson, Kathleen Kasper, Gary Kwong I Karen
Halverson O Karen Lee, Leigh Addison, Kathleen Johnson. Erickson, Larry Melander, Jeanne Scherbert O Joan Lauerer,
Virginia Maas, Carol Hendrickson, Barbara Comstock.
Row I: Pamela Wahlberg, Patricia Thurow, Elizabeth Hebbel, Gloria
Sutton, Diane Bohnenblust, Paul Boyd, Louise Duren, Jane Skovholt,
Andrew Rogness, Katherine Kavanough, Robert Rupp, Erva Snyder,
Daphne Mantis O Joy Strane, Annette Goodlet, Colleen Nelson,
Carolyn Hitt, Ronald Nelson, Dean Swanson, Thomas Nylund, Douglas
Activities Boost Prestige
Junior and senior bands, under the direction of Mr.
Alexander Heron, reflect Murray in the eyes of other
schools as they play at football, basketball, and hockey
games and perform during intermissions. The senior band
has become known through participation in community
activities such as Winter Carnival activities, Memorial Day
and Fourth of July celebrations.
Two money-making projects are held to supplement
funds for music, instruments, and uniforms. Candy is sold
in the fall, and a concert is given jointly by both bands
in the spring.
Turnbull, Richard Souther, Nancy Uram, Gary Grindle, Lawrence
Tunell, Marcia Baukol, William Dow, Michael Boyle, Richard Turn-
quist, John Tobin, Kathleen Lauerer, Stephen Milburn l Donald
Paskewitz, Charles White, John Kuiawa, Richard Lippert, Kathleen
Vong, John Johns, Donald Link, Richard Christian.
Row iz William Slettom, Kerry Stein, Raymond Schmidt C Regina
Huemoeller, Jeanette Lofberg, Gayl Gayman, David Barthold.
Senior band officers Mike Bergmann, president, Joan
Lauerer, vice-president, Gayl Gayman, secretary, and
Preparing to warm up before a rehearsal are iunior
band officers Erva Snyder, teasurer, Larry Tunell, presi-
Barb Kerl, treasurer, get set to take a trip down to the dent, Gloria Sutton, secretary, and Kathy Lauerer, vice-
rink to practice with the rest of the band.
Sno'-Foolin' royalty, Queen Sue Hunt and King Don
Pautz, are pictured here just after they were chosen to
reign over Murray's Sno' Day activities.
Candidates were chosen by all members of the senior
class. The king and queen were then voted on by the
entire senior high student body.
Sue and Don were crowned by Homecoming Queen
Sue .lack and Sno'- Foolin' master ot ceremonies, Gary
Wandmacher. Newly chosen senior high royalty then
did the honors at the iunior high school assembly immedi-
Sports Ancl Royalty Combine For A Day Ot Winter Ful
Participation in winter sports, coronation assemblies,
and dances made Sno'- Foolin' Day, January 26, 1962,
a day to remember at Murray. As the main money-
raising project ot the Student Council, Sno' - Foolin' is
planned with the students' enioyment in mind.
The coronation of iunior and senior high royalty at
two assemblies involves all students, as everyone has a
vote. Musical numbers presented by students, as well as
drawing of button numbers for door prizes, are part ot
each assembly. A variety ot winter sports including
tobagganing, sliding, skating, and broom ball was carried
on at Como Park.
In the evening the dances tor iunior and senior high
were held with the theme "Peppermint Snow Ball." The
gym was transformed into a vision from candyland in
pink, red, and white. The stage and showcase were
decorated with sugarplurns.
Beth Johnson, Iris Hartman, Mary Delger, Mary
Brasted, Sue Hunt, Don Pautz, Gary Anderson, Uldis
Krastins, Ron Kuhn, and Greg Risbrudt represent the
choices ot seniors for their Sno' - Foolin' royalty.
"You gotta be a hockey hero to get along with a Joan Kampa, Carole Barthold, Pamela Comstock, Mary
beautiful girl!" sing junior girls Joan Coffman, Mariorie Jo Slettom, Janet LeClair, Joan Kruskopf, and Joan
Sautter, Gayl Gayman, Barbara Lembke, Andrea Paskewitz.
Shuster, Jane Gilie, Karen Schroeder, Priscilla Hager,
Getting ready for skating as part of Sno'-Foolin'
winter sports activities are Ross Johnson, Barb Souther,
Nancy Uram, and Don Paskewitz.
Reigning over junior high Sno'-Foolin' activities are
Princess Gretchen Halvorsen and Prince Gary Olson.
Other candidates were:
Students Plan Day's Activities
Planning and co-ordinating all Sno'-Foolin' activities
was a job done by the Student Council under the guid-
ance of Mr. George Rose. General co-chairmen Sue Jack
and Don Pautz chose committee chairmen and did general
organizing. One of the first iobs done was the designing
of the buttons by Sally Souther. Distribution was handled
by Steve Hartwick. Ted Granovsky was responsible for
registration. Jane Gilje, Carole Barthold, Mary Jo Slettom,
and Caroline Hopp worked to co-ordinate dance decora-
tions, publicity, and the stage. Working on the assembly
were Jean Lembke, Jerry Loney, Kathy Duncan, and
Kim Condie. Preparing for the dance were Mike Christian,
Greg Risbrudt, and Uldis Krastins.
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Murcurie Informs Students Of Coming Events
While Linda Niemela types a story, Pat Boyle,
Kay Eddy, and Caroline Hopp prepare to have
their picture taken by Paul Waterman, the
Murcurie photographer. Gathering news, writ-
ing copy and headlines are just two of the
main jobs these iournalists have.
After these girls and the rest of the staff
finish writing the copy, the editors send all
material to the printer.
A man doesn't begin to attain wisdom until he learns
for himself that everyone needs to keep up with the news
and world affairs. To be well informed places a man
in society as one who cares about what is happening
Trying to maintain an interest in the student body
about items which pertain to the school, the Murcurie staff
issues a paper once every three weeks.
Students at Murray realize that, to really be in the
know, they should subscribe to the Murcurie in the fall
so that they won't miss out on any one of the wonderful,
fun-packed, informative issues of the paper. Due to the
hard work of the Murcurie staff, students and faculty alike
see the school in review.
Joan Karner, Bob Zalk, Joan Paskewitz, Greg Page,
and Joan Lauerer look over past Murcuries. These people
make up the business staff of the Murcurie.
Vicki Rupp and Jean Lembke are looking
over the layout sheet and trying to fit a
story into the space apportioned for it. As
feature writers, they may write on any sub-
iect they wish that would interest students.
Humorous articles and columns may also be
found on their page.
Kay Cutkomp and Kathy Brown are page
three editors. On this page are found news
briefs and reports on what the different
clubs are doing in the way of activities and
These girls are part of the staff that works
hard to bring the Murcurie to students.
Presenting news in a brief and concise
form is the iob with which the Murcurie
staft is faced. Murray students look tor-
ward each month to the Murcurie so they
will know what is going on around school
and what events are coming up.
Besides news stories, the staff has a
feature page made up ot editorials,
humor, and student opinion. They also
have a page on club news including an
international column and a page on
In order to have a position on the
Murcurie staff, students must have had
one year of iournalism.
Ann Cerny and Terry Paulson, co-
editors ot the Murcurie, show Mr. John
Lape, adviser, a page plan to be
Ace Reporters Use All Methods To Gather News
Pat Boyle, exchange editor, and Bob Zalk,
business manager, look over Christmas items
that they, along with the rest of the iournalism
department and the Library Club, hope to sell.
Each year as a money-raising project these
two organizations sell Christmas items in order
to raise working capital for their own depart-
ments. Cards and wrappings are purchased
through a wholesale company, and then they
are sold and delivered by students throughout
Receiving their Murcuries in homeroom are Linda Gro-
nert, Susan Allison, Tom l-lopp, and Phillip Glaim. The
homeroom agent is Mike Clark.
Selling subscriptions to the Murcurie and distributing
the paper when it comes out are the iobs ot the Murcurie
1962 Memories Reproduced In This Yecir's Pilot
A reference book, a public relations medium, a history
and memory book, and a student project are all the things
that this year's Pilot hopes to be.
Making the book appeal to the student body, as well
as the faculty and outside associates, is a goal for which
the staff strives.
As you read your 1962 Pilot, recall the memorable year
that has reached an end. Lots of things have happened,
games, dances, many extra-curricular clubs and activities,
and a year of hard work in classes.
Shown here are The Pilot sports editors Jane Christensen,
Guy Haft, and D-ave Mayer. They are deciding on football
pictures for their section of the yearbook. After the pictures
are chosen, they are cropped and enlarged or reduced to
fit previously allotted space.
Barb Nelson and Judy Sweet look over
the shoulders of Diane Olson and Mary
Brasted to show them how to transfer
page plans out of the "dummy" onto
brown envelopes. Barb and Judy were
in charge of all classes except seniors,
and Diane and Mary had the faculty and
Sue Van Zanden, Sally Souther, and
Lynn Sweetland look at Dan Torgersen,
Pilot photographer, to have their picture
Sue, Sally, and Lynn were in charge of
the activities section which includes clubs
and extra-curricular activities. Dan took
most of the pictures for The Pilot except
large groups, which were taken by a pro-
fessional photographer. Russ Swanson and
Paul Waterman also took some of the
informal shots for the yearbook.
What color will The Pilot be? This is one
ot the biggest decisions during the year.
After establishing certain rules to be tol-
lowed, the staFf may start its work of
taking pictures, writing copy and head-
lines and putting everything together in
a neat, orderly fashion.
Many hours ot hard work by all mem-
bers ot the staff are essential for a good
Checking over the deadline chart are
1962 Pilot co-editors Bernadine Stevenson
and Linda Johnson with Mr. John Lape,
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Annual To Be Source Ot Information In Future
Sue Jack, Larry Sargent, Tom Swad-
burg, and Betty Cadwell made up the
business department ot The Pilot.
Sue and Tom handled the advertising
section. They planned ads purchased by
businesses which support The Pilot. Larry,
as business manager, conducted the sub-
scription drive and distribution of books.
Betty was typist and bookkeeper for the
Emily Andersen is trying to find a page on which
to sign as Dick Moonen waits for her to finish. Carol Pier-
mantier and Car-ol Bradford page anxtously through the
1961 Pilot in hopes ot finding pictures of their friends. Del-
bert Cecchi has to wait for John Bates, Pilot agent, to sign
out each yearbook to every student who has ordered one.
Soon, however, Delbert will be enjoying his T961 Pilot
along with the others.
Students who ordered annuals in the winter now have a
printed picture ot the year.
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Students Learn About Foreign Lands
The Book Store, under the supervision
of Miss Eleanor Steelsmith, provides a
convenient place to purchase all school
materials. The store is run as a service
to the school by the Business Cadettes.
It is open before school and during lunch
periods for students to buy their supplies.
Materials sold include English work-
books tor senior high courses plus work-
books for chemistry, biology, and similar
science courses. Pencils, pens, rulers, pa-
per, and notebooks can also be pur-
Several Murray seniors have traveled
abroad this year.
Linda Olson spent her iunior year in
Sweden, while Ann Wall visited relatives
in France and toured Europe last summer.
Vicki Rupp, our AFS students, was sent
to Finland for several months.
Representing Finland is lris Hartman,
who is staying at the home of Caroline
and Tom Hopp for the school year.
Pictured is Iris Hartman showing Mur-
rayites Vicki Rupp, Ann Wall, Linda Olson,
and Caroline Hopp her native home.
Students Seek School Materials
Salesgirls Gina Smith and Sharon Sandgren are persuading students
Sharon Thistle and Greg Carlson to buy their notebooks at the store.
Leading oft a whistle dance are members of the Canteen Board Jim Dex-
ter and Jerry Loney with Carol Hendrickson and Darlene Durant.
Canteen Board members, under the
guidance of Mr. Edward Datko and Mr.
James Palmer, plan and supervise Can-
teens through-out the year. Besides per-
forming a service for the school, Canteen
Board members find fun and fellowship
while making preparations for decora-
tions, music, and other responsibilities
necessary to make the dances run
Jerry Loney, chairman, kept board
members happy and working throughout
the entire evening. At the close of the
dance each member took a broom in
hand and was given ten minutes to clean
Proceeds from the Canteens go to the
fund to pav for new records, decorations,
and other expenses.
Board Provides Dances, Fun For All
Canteen Board members Bob Allen, Kathy Duncan, Bill '
Mantis, Betty Salmon, Mike Christian, and Sue Klarkowski
decide what to use for decorations for a senior high Can-
teen that night.
Board members Jerry Crowell, Karen Lee, Ted Granov-
sky, Kathy Weber, Gregory Page, Janet Paulson, and Mary
Jo Slettom decorate for a Canteen.
Students, Teachers Have New Roles, Experiences
Laura Lindorter graduates Miss Gratz.
Because ot the tradition Miss Marion
Gratz created for Murray's Library Club,
it was only fitting that, at the time of her
retirement, she be graduated magna cum
laude, complete with mortar board and
diploma by appreciative Library Club
Miss Gratz, Mr. King Are Honored
Initiation, a ritual all new Library Club members must undergo,
is being performed by Beverly Thompson and Ron Kuhn for Mr. Leon
King, the new librarian. Pat Boyle, the witch, had the job ot making a
"Library Club Zoo" ot new sophomore and junior members. New
members shown are Tom Thorstenson, Kay Boyle, Jim Stromberg, and
Ma ntoux Tests
On December l3, 14, and 15, Murray
students received the Mantoux Test. This
is a test tor the presence of tuberculin
bacteria. Students who had not taken
the test within the last six months were
urged to take it.
Several days preceding the tests stu-
dents were given permission slips in
homeroom t-o be signed by their parents.
Students reported to the auditorium ac-
cording to English classes.
Assisting Mrs. Viola Peterson, the school
W nurse, were two nurses from the Health
Braving the ordeal with a grin is Barbara Turnquist, while Caroline Hopp, Cenief- Junior Und Senior Qlfls GISO helped
lris Hartman, Kay Boyle, Coral Berge, Nancy Krause, and Barbara Rice direct the students and organize utensils
wait patiently in line.
for the nurses.
Murray Grows To Acccommodate Students, Faculty
Work continues regardless of weather
conditions. Workmen bundle up to keep
warm and proceed with their work. ln-
cluded in the addition will be a new
gymnasium, music rooms, a swimming
pool, and science laboratories.
Going up! This is Murray's long awaited
additi-on. Beginning last summer, when a
huge area of earth was excavated in
front of Murray, the addition haststeadily
grown. Constructionists labor from early
morning until late afternoon nailing
boards, hauling steel girders, and pour-
As A Constant Source Ot Inspiration, Parents
Robert W. Alexander
Evan R. Allred
William J. Amrhien
H. C. Anderson
Lawrence A. Anderson
Frank F. Baker
Lynn J. Bauman
Milo L. Berg
J. R. Berger
Edmund K. Bergmann
Elmer H. Beyer
Harold E. Bone
Robert P. Boyle
R. C. Brasted
Bernard J. Broderick
James l. Brown
James E. Bruce
Leo F. Burger
I. W. Cadwell
R. W. Carlson
Harold A. Cecchi
George B. Cerny
T. J. Cooney
L. K. Cutkomp
A. D. Delger
Mrs. Gladys Dura nt
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Eddy
Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Forbes
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Freeman
Col. and Mrs. Steve J. Gadler
Mrs. Dorothy Gardner
Rev. and Mrs. Gerald Giving
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Grecco
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hati
Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Hallen
Dr. and Mrs. William L. Hartwick
Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd T. Haugan
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Hillstrom
Dr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Hopp
Mrs. Lou Hosking
Mr. and Mrs. John DeVere Hunt
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jack
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Jensen
Mrs. Alice M. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin A. Johnson
Mrs. Sylvia E. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. L. Josephson
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Karner
Mr. and Mrs. Vict-or T. Kerl
Mrs. Doris Kissane
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Knippenberg
Mr. and Mrs George T. Koep
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kruzel
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Kuhn
Mr. and Mrs Harvey LaFond
Mr. and Mrs Melvin Lampher
Mr. and Mrs John H. Landis
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lembke
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Robert K. Lindorter
L. H. Maas
R. D. McCulley
W. A. McDonald
Merle Mcliillips Sr.
Edward H. Manke
Eric M. Mattson
Andrew J. Mayer
Maurice J. Meyer
F. J. M-orlock
D. G. Munson
Gordon H. Nelson
Robert O. Nelson
Vern J. Novak
J. M. O'Brien
Carl P. Olson
Walter O. Olson
Edwin H. Orf
Raymond J. Paquette
T. A. Pautz
Edward R. Reichow
Max J. Reiter
G. H. Risbrudt
Walter A. Sandgren
Howard S. Satersmoen
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Mrs. Alois F. Schlaeger
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Harold E. Smith
Burton E. Souther
H. W. Stathas
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Robert G. Strandquist
A. J. Sundstrom
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Ray B. Swanson
and Mrs. Arthur Sweet
and Mrs. Norbert Thoennes
and Mrs. Conrad M. Thompson
Willard L. Thompson
A. L. Thurow
W. J. Tschida
Leonard M. Tunell
R. E. Wagner
Thomas H. Wall
George B. Waterman
George A. Willard
George H. Wilson
E. W. Wooding
Donald B. Zalk
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Larpenteur and Chatsworth
Reverend James Butler, Pastor
Como Park Lutheran Church
1547 Sheldon Avenue at Hoyt
Reverend John R. Groettum, Pastor
St, Anthony Park Methodist Church
2200 Hillside Avenue
Reverend John McKelvey, Pastor
St. Anthony Park Congregational Church
2129 Commonwealth Avenue
Reverend Edwin C. Johnson, Pastor
St. Anthony Park Lutheran Church
2323 Como Avenue
Reverend Robert L. Anderson, Pastor
St. Matthews Episcopal Church
2136 Carter Avenue
Reverend Douglas Pitts, Rector
Corpus Christi Church
Buford and Cleveland Avenue
Father Paul A. Colbert
Emmaus Lutheran Church
1074 West Idaho Avenue
Reverend Vernon Koeper, Pastor
Holy Childhood Church
Pascal and Midway Parkway
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Mt. Olive Lutheran Church
North Pascal and Almond Avenue
Reverend C, P. Koch, Pastor
Addison, Mr. Bill 11, 71
Agnew, Mrs. Ethel 13
Anderson, Mr. Ernest 13
Barnes, Mrs. Betsy 10
Berdahl, Mrs. Margaret 12, 72
Blomster, Mr. Dean 56, 57
Broderick, Mr. Bernard 12, 48, 52, 58
Datko, Mr. Edward 11
Duffy, Mrs. Dona 12
Ellsworth, Miss Margaretta 12
Fertig, Miss Virgina 12
Fisker, Mrs. Anne 11
Fritsche, Mrs. Patricia 11
Fulmek, Mr. Clarence 12, 58
Gratz, Miss Marion 98
Healy, Miss Mary 11
Helseth, Miss Valborg 12
Heron, Mr. Alexander 11, 80
House, Mr. Marvin 13
Abel, Owen 36, 53
Abler, Peter 29
Addis, Brian 29
Addis, Roger 35
Addison, Leigh 32, 88
Adolphsen, Cynthia, 37, 79
Adolphsen, Margaret 32, 41, 69, 73
Ahlgren, Frederic 33, 54
Alexander, Richard 14
Allen, Arley 14
Allen, Karen 29
Allen, Robert 29, 34, 46, 56, 97
Allison, Susan 37, 93
Allman, Karen 32, 72
Allred, Marcia 14, 81
Allred, Richard 36, 72, 80
Alwin, William 29, 41, 80
Amrhien, Richard 36, 71
Amrhien, William 14
Amunrud, Charles 39
Amunrud, Gary 36
Andersen, Emily 33, 95
Anderson, Adrienne 33, 78
Anderson, Bruce 35, 51, 57
King, Mr, Leon 11, 69, 98
Kritzer, Mr. Gerald 71
Lam, Mr. David 10
Lape, Mr. John 11, 93, 95
McGuire, Mrs. Margaret 13
Magnuson, Mrs. Ordena 13
Marengo, Mr. Lloyd 11
Newquist, Mrs. Leona 13
Palmer, Mr. James 10
Paschke, Miss Margaret 11
Pearson, Mr. John 12, 47, 53
Pederson, Miss Louise 11
Petersen, Mr. Vernon 12, 49, 55
Peterson, Mrs, Viola 10
Pillow, Mrs. Lyola 13
Pose, Mr. Eugene 11
Ritter, Mr. Robert 12, 46, 56
Rogers, Mr. Charles 11
Rose, Mr. George 12, 47
Bache, William 14
Bacon, Richard 36
Bailey, Steven 38, 79
Balcome, Carol 38, 78
Boker, Judith 14, 27, 88
Baran, Randall 32, 54, 80
Barrick, William 34, 47, 53, 71
Barrick, Kathleen 30, 69, 72, 78
Barrows, Thomas 30, 46, 56, 57, 88, 105
Barsch, Janet 14
Barsch, Rosalind 34
Bartel, Penny 39, 78
Barthold, Carole 29, 69, 71, 91
Barthold, David 32, 71, 80, 89
Barthold, Diane 33, 88
Bartlett, Joy 35, 66, 67, 71, 79
Rose, Miss Gladys 10
Rossini, Mr. Reno 12, 46
Rusch, Miss Mariorie 12, 78, 79
Schielderup, Miss Carol 10
Simensen, Mr. Donald 10
Simmelink, Mr. Donald 10
Smith, Mr. Michael 56, 57
Smith, Miss Louise 12
Smith, Mrs. Lucille 11
Soderman, Mr. Vetallis 13
Sorenson, Mr. Daniel 12
Sutherlin, Mr. George 13
Tripp, Mr. Leslie 10
Trost, Mrs. Ruth 10
Vest, Miss Florence 11, 87
Wilke, Mrs. Ester 13
Woldt, Mrs. Mary 13
Zimmerman, Mrs. lrene 12, 73
Boyd, Anne 33
Boyd, Paul 39, 40, 78, 89
Boyle, Katherine 33, 34, 69, 71, 98
Boyle, Michael 39, 78, 89
Boyle, Patricia 15, 26, 61, 68, 69, 70, 75,
82, 92, 93, 98
Braa, Virginia 15, 61, 73
Bradford, Carol 33, 69, 71, 95, 98
Brandt, Christine 39
Brandt, Martin 35, 48 53
Brandt, Mary 32, 71
Brandt, Thomas 37
Anderson, Gary 14, 26, 44, 49, 76, 90
Anderson, John 29
Anderson, Linda 32
Anderson, Mark 38
Anderson, Marlys 33
Anderson, Ruth 33
Anderson, Raymond 34
Anderson, Sandra 39, 79
Anderson, Shirley 32
Anderson, Wayne 35
Anker, Anita 39
Bates, Bruce 37
B0i95, JOLII1 46, 53, 57, 69, 71, 95
Bauer, John 14, 33, 44, 48, 52, 58, 73, 76
Bauer, Mark 32, 48, 53, 57,
Baukol, Kathleen 29, 77
Baukol, Marcia 37, 79, 89
Bauman, Betty 36
Bauman, Gary 14
Beckiorclan, Sally 29, 73
Benson, Carol 37, 38, 78
Bentley, John 30
Bentley, Sheryl 39, 78
Berg, Mary Lou 32, 78
Berg, Susanne 14, 79, 85
Berge, Coral 32, 34, 66, 71,
Berge, Marcia 38
Berger, Susan 14
Bergerud, Eric 37
Bergeson, John 30
Brasted, Barclay 30, 48, 52, 69, 90, 112
Brasted, Mary 15, 26, 61, 68, 69, 70, 94
Bren, David 32
Broderick, Catherine 26, 73
Broderick, Michael 36, 47, 53, 88
Broderick, Patrick 33, 34
Brooks, Jetirey 35
Brooks, Patricia 29
Brown, Janice 33, 71
48, 53, 55, 76
Katherine 15, 27, 61, 70, 92
Kenneth 30, 73
Susan 32, 71
Bruce, Norma 15
Buck, David 37
Bunting, William 35
Burton, Betty 25, 27
Burton, J. R. 39
Byram, Diane 38
Cadwell, Betty 15, 61, 70, 81, 85, 95
Caldwell, Kenneth 33, 34, 41, 46, 53, 57,
69, 71. 76
Appel, Sandra 14
Archibald, Daryl 40
Arhart, Gary 29, 49, 57, 76
Arneman, John 36, 51, 71 .
Arnold, Carol 36
Ashley, Marilyn 29, 88
Ashworth, Thomas 32
Auld, Kenneth 47, 49
Auld, Nancy 30, 73
Austad, Susan 34
Avey, Malcolm 33
Aydt, Janice 36
Azure, Vincent 36, 51
Bache, Ralph 36
Bergmann, Michael 15, 26, 44, 48, 54, 55,
69, 76, 88, 89
Bergmann, Steven 32, 48, 54, 88
Bernard, Meri Kay 39, 78
BeYeff -lef'ff9Y 15, 44, 52, 76, 86
Biedler, Joyce 35
Biedler, Margaret 36
Blume, Gary 30, 57
Blume, Leigh Ann 37, 79
Blume, Natalie 32
Bohnenblust, Diane 89
Boland, Dorothy 29, 88
Bone, Richard 36
Bone, Victoria 15, 26, 61, 69
Borgeson, Victor 15, 69, B7
Cameron, Dennis 36
Canfield, Patricia 39, 79
Cannons, Jeanne 15, 73, 78
Carlson, Gregory 53, 96
Carlson, Judith 15, 78
Carlson, Joyce 32, 71, 78
Carlson, Keith 29, 46, 52, 56, 76
Carlson, Richard 16, 76
Cowley, Michael 33
Cecchi, Anna 16
Cecchi, Delbert 33, 47, 54, 69, 95
Cerny, Ann 16, 61, 70, 72, 78, 93
Cerny, Mary 35, 69, 71
Champagne, Jo-Ann 35
Charno, John 35
Cheney, Barbara 29, 78
Cheney, Dennis 36
Cheney, Karen 29, 78
Christensen, Jane 16, 67, 70, 75, 94
Christensen, Sue Ann 39, 40
Christian, Richard 39, 89
Christian, Michael 30, 69, 80, 97
Christiansen, Carol 35, 60
Christianson, Susan 29, 69, 79
Clark, Georiean 39
Clark, Mike 37, 78, 93
Clarke, Charlotte 30, 73
Clayton, Jacqueline 33, 71
Clemen, Richard 16, 44, 50, 87
Clements, Ann 16
Coad, David 33, 71
Coffman, Joan 29, 68, 69, 72, 78, 91
Coffman, Hugh 35, 72
Cooney, Bartley 35
Cooney, Mary 16
Condie, Kimberly 33, 71, 77
Condie, Kirk 37
Comstock, Barbara 36, 73, 88
Comstock, Pamela 30, 60, 72, 91
Cornelissen, Faye 37
Crawford, Craig 30, 55, 69, 88
Cross, Marilyn 38, 79
Cross, Nancy 38, 79
Crowell, Gerald 29, 46, 52, 57, 66, 76, 97
Cummings, Cheryl 32, 78
Curtiss, Leslie 36, 71, 79
Curtiss, Jan 39, 40, 79
Cutkomp, Kay 16, 60, 70, 83, 92
Cutkomp, Kent 37
Cutkomp, Terry 35, 72
Davies, John 36
Delger, Mary 16, 61, 87, 90
DeMars, Eugenia 37, 79
Detviler, John 30
Deutsch, Jack 30, 46, 55, 76
Katherine 33, 69, 71
DeWitt, Louis 30, 69, 72
DeWitt, Margaret 37
DeWitt, Norman 38
John 29, 46, 52, 58, 97
Doeltz, Mary 32, 78
hn 32, 69, 80
Kathleen 29, 60, 97
Dunnwald, Linda 37, 79
Bruce 16, 27
Darlene 30, 87, 88
Fishbeck, Jerome 29, 79
Fletcher, Kenneth 33
Floetl, George 36
Fohlmeister, Gisela 32, 72
Forbes, William 16, 50, 56
Foster, Suzanne 35, 79
Francis, George 47, 36
Freeman, Joan 32, 71, 78
Freier, David 30
Frost, Elizabeth 30, 60, 71, 72 ,77
Frost, Ruth 37, 78
Frost, Thomas 39
Gadler, Timothy 16, 56, 87
Gage, Norman 33, 79
Gast, Diann 35, 72, 78
Gallagher, Colleen 38
Gallagher, Jean 35, 72, 79
Gommel, Harold 30
Gommel, Raymond 34, 78
Gasch, David 38
Gasch, Steven 35, 73
Gardner, Thomas 17
Gayman, Gayl 29, 60, 67, 72, 89, 90, 91
Gayman, Walter 36, 46, 53
Geer, John 80
Gilie, Jane 30, 60, 66, 91
Gisvold, Nancy 32
Giving, Ingrid 17, 26, 61, 72, 78
Glander, Mikelynn 30, 41
Glaim, James 39
Glaim, Philip 37, 93
Good, Thomas 35, 47, 53
Goodlet, Annette 79, B9
Heaton, Jean 32
Hebbel, Elizabeth 37, 38, 89
Hebbel, Robert 34, 47
Heinz, Nancy 33, 79
Hemming, Sandra 17
Hendrickson, Carol 30, 60, 73, 88, 97
Hennessy, Donna 17
Herbs, Michael 47
Herbst, Michael 36
Heron, Alexandra 33, 88
Heron, Elizabeth 32, 88
Hillstrom, Linda 17, 27, 78
Hirsch, Gregory 33, 47
Hitt, Carolyn 39, 89
Holtman, Diana 34
Hokanson, Mary 35, 72
Hopp, Caroline 17, 69, 70, 92, 96, 98
Hopp, Thomas 37, 38, 93
Hosking, William 18
Huemoeller, Regina 34, 89
Hult, Stephen 32
Hunt, Nancy 37, 79
Hunt, Susan 18, 61, 77, 83, 90
Hurley, Barbara 29
Hutton, Mary Ann 18
lmbertson, Mary 36, 72
Jack, Donald 33
Jack, Susan 18, 70, 75, 81, 95
Jahr, John 32, 78
Duren, Louise 37, 79, 89
Ed, John 36
Ed, Kayleen 33, 71
Eddy, Kay 16, 60, 61, 70, 72, 92
Ellingson, Janice 39, 78
Elliott, Cheryl 33
Enerson, Elwood 33, 34, 48, 50, 55
Gower, Gail 33, 78
Grahn, Thomas 33
Granovsky, Theodore 29, 48, 59, 69,
Grecca, Cheryl 17, 27, 78, 79, 87
Gredvig, Lois 29
Greer, John 29
Gregory, Brian 30, 79
Grindle, Gary 89
Grindle, Martin 39
Gronert David 30
Gronert, Linda 37, 93
Sandra 30, 72
Haaland, Jon 34
Haechrel, James 36, 47, 73
Hott, Guy 17, 45, 48, 55, 76, 87, 94
David 34, 47, 53, 71, 88
Hagen, Elise 35, 71, 79
Hagen, Margaret 35, 71, 78
Hager, Deborah 37, 79
Hager, Priscilla 30, 60, 71, 79 ,91
Richard 32, 47, 57
David 17, 26, 28, 82
Halvorsen, Michael 32, 47
Joan 29, 31, 69, 71
Engle, Dennis 33, 58, 59
Englund, Connie 35, 78
Englund, Gary 38
Erickson, Jerilyn 29
, Karen 33, 88
, Richard 57
Erickson, Sherman 29
Carol 33, 70
Etten, Nancy 30, 41
Evans, Elizabeth Ann 30, 78
Evans, Thomas 30
Ewy, Jeanne 33
Foles, Trudy 37, 41, 79
Fardig, Paul 34, 51, 72
Fehrman, Gary 29, 48, 52
Field, Robert 36, 59, 72
Halvorsen, Patrick 17
Halvorson, Gretchen 36, 40, 71, 78, 88, 91
Halvorson, Sara 38, 67
Hanna, James 38
Hanna, Jerry 32
Hansen, Marilyn 32, 69, 71, 78
Hansen, Trygg 29, 46, 52, 58, 76
Hanson, Jane 33
Hartman, Iris 17, 69, 72, 90, 96, 98
Hartwick, Ann 30
Hartwick, Katherine 36, 72, 79
Hartwick, Stephen 17, 45, 46, 47, 50, 51,
Hasse, Lawrence 80
Haugan, Mary Jo 32, 72
Haugan, Sigurd 17, 69
Hayes, Bernard 29, 31
Hayes, Mary 78
Hays, Dennis 32
Betty Jean 35
Jensen, Christine 37, 78
Jensen, Duane 33, 71
Jensen, Judith 32
Jensen, Karen 30, 88
Jensen, Randina 29, 31, 69, 78
Jensen, Raymond 29, 69, 88
Jensen, Sandra 18, 86, 77, 78
Johns, John 39, B9
Johnson, Beth 18, 28, 90
Johnson, Diane 38
Diana 39 79
Johnson, Helen 32,172
Johnson, James 32, 47, 59
Johnson, Joyce 36, 73
Johnson, Kathleen 30, 88
, Kirby 35, 36, 51, 72
Johnson, Linda K. 78
Johnson, Linda L. 18, 61, 69, 70 75
Johnson, Mona 29, 78
Johnson, Robert 18, 80
Johnson, Ross 39, 91
Johnson, Stephen 35, 47, 53
Johnson, Viveca 39, 66
Johnson, William 35, 46, 53
Johnston, Linda 30, 73
Josephson, Renee 18, 79, 84
Kampa, Joan 30, 31, 91
Karner, Joan 18, 27, 92
Kasper, Kathleen 32, 88
Kastner, Patricia 39, 40
Kaufman, Rita 39, 79
Kaufman, Ronald 39
Kavanaugh, Katherine 38, 67, 89
Keller, Kenneth 88
Keller, Lloyd 32
Kelley, Lyle 32, 79
Kelley, Theresa 32, 78
Kenny, JoAnn 29, 69, 72
rbara 18, 87, 88, 89
King, Carol 37, 79
Kirby, John 35, 46, 53
Moor, Victoria 30, 72
Kissane, Patricia 36, 78
Kissane, Jean 18, 78
Kissone, Thomas 34
Klarkowski, Susan 29, 66, 97
Klinkhamer, Mary 32
Kloek, Linda 36, 79
Knippenberg, Lorayne 18, 27, 61, 72, 88
Knapp, Marilyn 30
Knudsen, Bonnie 30
Knudsen, Charles 37, 78
Knutson, James 29, 46, 50, 76
Koch, Pauline 32
Koep, Judith 19, 79, 85
Koep, Thomas 29
Koeper, Charlotte 35, 71, 78
Koeper, Kenneth 29, 78, 79
Koepke, Terry 29
Kowitz, Ann, 37, 79
Kowitz, Raymond 39
Krostins, Uldis 19, 67, 87, 90
Krause, Nancy 32, 98
Krinke, Mariann 33, 72
Krueger, Barbara 38, 78
Krueger, Gerald 35
Kroona, David 37
Kruskopf, Joan 29, 82, 91, 112
Kuhn, Ronald 19, 26, 28, 45, 54, 58, 68,
69, 76, 90, 98
Kuiawa, Diana 33
Kuiawa, John 38, 89
Kurz, Margaret 19, 72, 81
Kwong, Gary 29, 69, 72, 88
Kwong, Roger 34, 72
LaFond, Karen 19, 84
Lampher, Robert 19, 87
Lambert, Ralph 37
Landis, John 19, 26, 45, 55, 76, 87
Langdahl, Mary 37
Marsh, Daniel 41
Marsh, William 39, 40, 78
Marshall, Linda 32
Marshall, Mary 39, 78
Marshall, Wells 37
Mattson, Eric 20, 79
Mattson, Meri Kay 32, 79
Mayer, David 20, 44, 46, 47, 50, 51, 69,
76, 81, 94
McCall, Mary 19
McCulley, Anne 20, 78
McDiarmid, Mary 36, 72, 78
McDonald, Susan 20, 71
McDowell, Mary Jo 35
O'Brien, Erin 21, 27, 73
Odegaard, Janet 29, 79
Olson, Gerald 39, 40, 79
Olson, Lowell 21, 87
Olson, Sandra 30, 88
hristine 39, 79
orinne 33, 41
iane 21, 27, 94
ary 35, 48, 59, 91
mia 21, 26, 27, 69, 96
Gayle 39, 78
Orf, Ernest 33, 47, 59
Orf, Esther 21, 73, 78, 84
Otto, Jay 35
McKay, Kathleen 35, 78, 88
McKillips, Linda 20
McLean, Donald 39
McLean, Janet 20, 78
McMoy, Patricia 37
McNeely, Monica 33
McNeill, Sandra 37
McTie, James 36, 47, 53
Melander, Donald 30
Melander, Lawrence 32, 88
Merrell, Edward 34, 51, 71
Merrill, Jo-Ann 20, 28, 61, 68, 69, 73
Merwin, Alan 34
Merwin, Gary 33
Mettler, David 33
Meyer, Robert 20, 27, 87
Alida 20, 74, 78, 79
Miesen, Karl 32, 78, 79
Milburn, Melody 32, 71
Milburn, Stephen 38, 78, 89
Leslie 32, 78
Marilyn 20, 85
Mary 32, 71
Nancy 32, 66, 73
Mitchell, William 32, 47, 59
Moonen, Richard 95
Larkin, Richard 36
Larson, Donna 35
Larson, John 33, 46,
Larson, Lynn 32
Lauerer, Joan 19, 61,
Lauerer, Kathleen 37,
LeClair, Cheri 30, 82
LeClair, Janet 29, 91
Morlock, Paul 20, 45, 54, 68, 69
Morton, Thomas 29, 46, 55, 66
Mullin, Margaret 35, 71
Mullin, Mary 32, 71
Munson, Stephen 20, 73, 87
Murawski, Brent 35
Murray, Linda 38
Otto, Jeftery 29, 69
Overbee, Yvonne 36
Overgard, Jean 38
Page, Gregory 29, 30, 46, 55, 76, 92, 97
Page, Nora 39, 79
Palmquist, Carol 37, 41, 79
Palmquist, Cheryl 38
Pankonin, Janet 32, 73
Paquette, Carole 21, 78
Paquette, Janet 33, 79
Parrott, Constance 37
Paskewitz, Donald 37, 89, 91
Paskewitz, Joan 29, 69, 72, 88, 91, 92
Pass, Roger 29, 49
Patoile, Charlotte 33
Potoile, Francis 29
Paulson, Janet 30, 60, 97
Paulson, Terence 21, 70, 78, 93
Pautz, Donald 21, 45, 46, 47, 49, 67, 76
Pearson, Gerald 28, 59
Pederson, Myron 36, 53
Peplinski, Ronald 36
Perlich, James 33, 54, 76
Perlich, Jean 35, 88
Petersen, Michael 35, 53, 88
Peterson, Glenda 30, 79
Peterson, Lois 35, 71, 79
Peterson, Lyning 39
Peterson, Nancy 35
Peterson, Michael 30
Peterson, Stuart 32, 47, 53
Piermantier, Carol 33, 71, 95
Quam, Shari 30, 112
Lee, Dennis 30, 46, 50, 56, 76
Lee, Karen 30, 60, 72, 88, 97
Lee, Lynnae 35, 78
Lee, Steven 37
Lembke, Barbara 29, 69, 71, 72, 91
Lembke, Jean 19, 61, 69, 70, 92
Leslie, Patricia 37
Lexcen, Allen 30
Lieder, Carolyn 19, 78
Lieder, Ronald 57
Lind, Jill 34
Lindgren, Susan 32, 71
Lindorfer, Laura 19, 68, 69, 75, 98
Link, Donald 38, 89
Lippert, Leander 32, 46, 52, 58, 71, 76
Lippert, Richard 37, 89
Lofberg, Jeanette 33, 89
Loney, Gerald 30, 48, 52, 69, 76, 86, 97
Lueck, Anthony 25
Maas, Virginia 19, 27, 61, 88
Magnuson, Alice 32, 72, 88
Magnuson, John 39
Manke, Linda 35, 78
Manke, Marcia 20
Manthey, John 32
Mantis, Daphne 38, 89
Mantis, William 29, 31, 46, 53, 56, 69, 72,
Margette, Patricia 30
Narvaez, Eric 34, 59
Narvaez, Leon 30, 48
Mary 35, 73
Barbara 21, 36, 70, 85, 94
Nelson, Colleen 37, 89
Nelson, Christel 38
Nelson, David 38
Nelson, Douglas 32, 34
Nelson, Geraldine 21, 83
Nelson, James E. 40, 78
Nelson, James P. 46, 53, 57
Nelson, Machael 32
Nelson, Patrick 34, 59
Ronald 38, 79, 89
Stephen 30, 50, 55
Neubeck, Eva 32, 72
Neubeck, Peter 37, 79
Neubrand, Marilyn 33, 78
Newman, Tima 38
Nichols, James 29, 46, 49, 55
Nielsen, Kathleen 29, 73, 77
Niemela, Linda Jean 21, 27, 61, 70, 82,
Nightingale, Charles 29, 49, 71
Nordstrom, Eileen 21, 85
Novak, Roger 21, 26, 75, 82
Nutz, Frederick 30, 46, 66
Nylund, James 30, 58, 72, 76
Nylund, Thomas 39, 89
Pitts, Reginald 30, 52
Pomeroy, Margaret 36, 78
Pomeroy, Catherine 30
Polson, Sarah 37
Port, Alfred 35
Port, Carl 30
Poye, Gregory 38
Poye, Nancy 22
Poye, Patti 35, 72, 78
Pranke, Daniel 30, 79
Prokopov, Nellie 30
Prong, Linda 33, 71, 79
Quale, Frank 35
Raudenbush, Paul 32, 88
Razskazoff, Meredith 36, 72, 79
Razskazott, Susan 37, 78
Rees, Wayne 41, 78
Reichow, Cecelia 22
Reiter, John 22
Reiter, JoAnne 33
Reuteler, Jeannine 78
Rice, Barbara 29, 88, 98
Richards, Steven 34, 47, 59
Richardson, Floyd 30, 50, 55, 57
Risbrudt, Douglas 30
Risbrudt, Gregory 22, 44, 5
Pamela 37, 41, 79
Rogen, Lois 39, 66, 78
Rogen, Paul 30, 48, 50, 76
Rogness, Andrew 37, 89
Rogness, Peter 29, 69, 72
Rostvit, Lowell 33, 48, 76
Rozenberg, Linda 36, 78
Ruddy, Patricia 35
Rudie, Kathleen 36, 79
Rudie, Rosemary 33
Rupp, Robert 37, 67, 89
Victoria 22, 61, 70, 83, 92, 96
Salmon, Betty 30, 60, 97
Sammis, John 22
Sandberg, David 80
Sandberg, Richard 22, 49
Sandgren, Sharon 22, 78, 84, 96
Sandgren, Sherman 22, 28
Sands, Karen 33
Sanford, Steven 33
Sargent, James 35, 88
Sargent, Larry 22, 69, 70, 75, 95
Satersmoen, James 22, 87
Satersmoen, Kay 38, 79
Sautter, David 38
Sautter, Mariorie 30, 72, 79, 91
Sauvageau, Samuel 33
Schaaf, Joseph 22, 26, 74, 82
Schaller, Sandra 29
Schonke, Lynn 29, 72, 78
Scherbert, Jeanne 36, 66, 71, 88
Scherbert, Jack 33, 46, 79
Schlaeger, Sally 22, 27
Schmidt, Raymond 29, 80, 89
Schmidtke, Paulette 39
Schneider, James 35
Schneider, Nicholas 23
Scholz, Jacqueline 23, 84
Scholz, Joanne 29
Schoonmaker, Marjorie 33
Schreifels, Barbara 23, 26, 61, 81, 8
Schreitels, Lawrence 35, 47
Schroeder, Karen 72, 91
Schroeder, Susan 35
Selbin, Thomas 33
Selbitschka, Joseph 35
Semirozum, Irene 32
Shalles, Wayne 23
Shatto, Patricia 35
Sherman, Mary 35
Shottner, Jane 33
Shoflner, Patti 37, 78
Shoftner, Sonya 34, 78
Shulstad, Christine 35, 72, 78
Shulstad, John 39
Shulstad, Robert 30
Shuster, Andrea 30, 41, 91
Shuster, Jeffery 39
Shuster, Terrance 32, 34, 47, 53
Simich, Alexander 36
Simon, Charles 33, 59
Skildum, Janice 33
Skildum, Thomas 38
Slcovholt, Jane 39, 79, 89
Slettom, John 38, 86
4, 75, 76, 86,
Slettom, Mary Jo 29, 60, 69, 78, 79, 91, 97
Slettom, William 35, 67, 72, 89
Slifer, Anita 31
Gena 23, 84, 96
Smith, Jeanine 23, 73, 86
Smith, Michael 33, 59
Smith, Suellen 39
Smith, Susan 29
Smith, Vernon 38
Smits, Valdis 30
Snyder, Erva 38, 66, 67, 89
Solstad, Mary 33, 73
Sorenson, Mericlee 30, 72
Souther, Barbara 37, 78, 91
Souther, Richard 37, 89
Souther, Sarah 23, 26, 69, 70, 87, 94
Spandau, Sylvia 32, 78
Sparr, Gary 30
Starck, Delores 23, 79
Stathas, William 23
Stech, Kathleen 35, 72, 78
Steinhauser, Robert 30
Stein, Keery 35, 53, 72, 89
Stephenson, Judith 34, 88
Stevenson, Bernadine 23, 70, 95
Stoffel, Charles 29
Strain, Jacquelyne 33, 78
Strain, Patricia 73
Strandquist, Robert 23, 58
Strandquist, Susan 33, 71
Strane, Joy 37
Strane, Star 35
Stratton, Dennis 38
Stromberg, James 29, 58, 69, 76, 78, 79
Sullivan, Kathleen 37, 79
Sullivan, Michael 30, 69, 76
Sundstram, Kathleen 23, 27, 79, 85
Sundstrom, Marleen 39, 78
Sutton, Gloria 37, 89
Swadburg, Thomas 23, 52, 68, 69, 78, 79
Dale 35, 46, 51
Dean 39, 79, 89
John H. 24, 68, 69
Margaret 34, 66, 67, 71
Swanson Ronald 34, 51, 72, B8
Swanson, Russell 24, 44, 54, 58, 69, 76
Swanson Thomas '36
Sweet, John 32, 34, 36, 51, 57, 73, 80
Sweet, Judith 24, 69, 70, 78, 84
Sweetland, Lynn 24, 69, 70, 81, 94
Swensgard, Allen 38
Swensgard, Delores 32
Swinton. Yvonne 29
Talbott, Susan 30, 69
Tellander, Dennis 24, 45, 49, 76
Tenney, Marcia 33, 79
Thistle, Sharon 30, 88, 96
Thoennes, Barbara 40, 79
Thoennes, Joanne 32, 73
Thoennes, Kathleen 24, 28, 81
Thompson, Beverly 24, 27, 68, 69, 72, 79,
Thompson, Linn 34
Thompson, Mark 20, 46, 52, 53, 56, 76
Thane, Robert 37
Thorstenson, Thomas 29, 50, 58, 69, 76, 98
Throngard, Michael 33, 49
Thurow, Allyn 24, 69, 87
Thurow, Patricia 37, 78, 88
Thurow, Priscilla 33, 73, 88
Timm, Richard 32
Tobin, John 39, 89
Torgersen, Daniel 24, 64, 76, 94
Trammell, Patricia 33, 71, 78
Traynor, Barbara 32, 78
Trower, Ernest 39
Trower, Nancy 33, 78
Truen, Sandra 32
Tschida, Donald 24, 79
Tselos, Susan 34, 72, 79
Tunell, Cheryl 39, 79
Tunell, Lawrence 37, 59, 89
Tunell, Steven 24
Turnbull, Douglas 38, 89
Turnquist, Barbara 32, 71, 98
Turnquist, Richard 39, 79, 89
Ubel, William 38
Underhill, Sarah 38
Underhill, William 37
Uram, Nancy 37, 79, 91
Uram, Carol 35
VanZanden, Susan 24, 61, 70, 81, 94
Vong, Kathleen 39, 89
Vong, Mildred 32
Wacholz, Karen 30, 78
Wagener, JoAnn 29, 66, 88
Wagner, Suzanne 25, 79, 87
Wahlberg, Pamela 39, 89
Walck, Leslie 34, 71
Wall, Ann 25, 61, 69, 96
Walters, Jonathan 37
Wandmacher, Gary 25, 27, 45, 46, 50 51
56, 67, 68, 69, 76, 86
Warner, James 30, 78, 105
Warner, John 29, 56, 79
Waterman, Paul 25, 75, 83, 86, 87 88
Watson, William 33, 54, 72
Watt, Deborah 37
Webber, Kathleen 30
Weber, Edward 32
Weber, Gerald 36
Weber, Kathleen 30, 60, 79, 97
Weber, William 35, 72
Wegleitner, Richard 33
Weihrauch, Judith 30
Wemyss, Janice 33, 78
White, Charles 39, 89
White, Elizabeth 38, 78
White, Richard 30
Wiger, LeRoy 35
Willard, George 25, 26, 50, 75, 76
Willard, Terry 112
Willey, Mitchell 39
Willey, Richard 59
Willman, Keith 35
Wilson, Jeanne 25, 81
Wirtz, David 37
Wolens, Jane 35, 71, 78
Wolens, Richard 25, 79
Wolf, James 35, 51, 72, 88
Wolf, Margaret 30, 31, 60, 72
Wolf, Mary 39, 78, 88
Woodhouse, Gayle 33, 71, 79
Wooding, Mary 25, 26, 73, 78, 87
Wooding, Stephen 36
Woolery, Michael 37, 38
Yackel, Dale 35
Yackel, Douglas 32
Yackel, Robert 29
Youngdahl, Sandra 33, 79
Zolk, Robert 25, 45, 46, 50, 51, 68, 69, 70
76, 82, 92, 93
Zellner, John 30, 46, 52, 56, 76
Our Gratitude For Helpful Assistance
The T962 Pilot statt wishes to extend its appreciation
to all those people who contributed to the preparation
and publication ot this yearbook. Such business concerns
as Brown Engravers, Inc, Golling Studio, JBR photogra-
phers, North Central Publishing Company, the S. K.
Smith Company, and N. S. P. A. gave us helpful assist-
ance in making this book possible.
We also wish to thank the many advertisers who
cooperated with us, our adviser, Mr. John Lape, and the
students and taculty ot Murray High School for their
support ot our ettorts to bring them The T962 Pilot.
As a staff, we have had a rewarding experience.
Through working together, we learned to coordinate our
ideas and accept responsibility. Our main goal has been
to give a complete picture of the school year.
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.. ....... Business Manager
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