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

 - Class of 1963

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Aside from his duties in the school, Mr. Tripp confers with principals of other scho-ols and tries to seek out ways in which to improve the school system. Mr. Tripp has been here nine years and has stimulated many changes at Murray. Having attended Macalester Col- lege and the University of Minnesota, he holds Bache- lor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees. Mr. Tripp is also a loyal fan at Murray athletic events. Mr. Palmer Miss Rose Mr. Simmelink For five years Mr. Donald Simmelink has been the assistant principal at Murray High School. Many have become acquainted with him if they have received a green slip from the office. Others recognize him as he walks through the halls keeping -check on students' behavior. Formerly, he was assistant principal at Mar- shall Junior High School and Central High School. Having attended River Falls State College and the University of Minnesota, he holds Bachelor of Arts in Education and Master of Arts degrees. In charge of guidance at Mur- ray are Miss Gladys Rose and Mr. James Palmer. They are constantly kept busy taking care of every- thing from determining the correct program for each student to straightening out any difficulties a student might have in school. Miss Rose is a graduate of Ham- line University. Before becoming a counselor, she taught chemistry at Mechanic Arts High School. She has been at Murray twelve years. Mr. Palmer, who has been here ten years, is a graduate of the University of Minnesota. Ze- Which Helps Us To Be Better Citizens Of The Future Mrs. Trost Mr. King Mr. Addison Mr. Broderick X- Mrs. Ruth Trost is the senior clerk at Murray. Among her many duties are keeping attendance and recording of students' grades. Mrs. Betsy Barnes is familiar to all as "the lady who signs excuses." She is Murray's junior clerk and has been a member of the oitice staFi for five years. Mrs. Viola Peterson, Murray's school nurse, is a graduate of Bethesda Hospital and the University of Minnesota schools of nursing. She is on the nurses' board of directors at Bethesda. Mr. Leon King has been the school librarian for two years. He is a graduate of Winona State College and the University of Minnesota. His outside inter- ests include hunting, golfing and playing bridge. Mrs. Doris Olds has been Murray's social worker for four years. She is a graduate of Whitman Col- lege and the University of Chicago. Mr. Bill Addison, Murray's Latin teacher, is also a familiar face to senior English students. He is a graduate of Ball State Teachers College and the University of Minnesota. His outside interests include reading, swimming and traveling. Mrs. Margaret Berdahl, Murray's German teacher, also is advisor for German Club and the German Round Singers. She is a graduate of Augustana Col- lege. Her outside interests include reading. One of Murray's many coaches is Mr. Bernard Broderick, hockey, cross country and tennis coach. An instructor of mathematics, he attended the Uni- versity of Minnesota, the University of North Dakota and St. Cloud State College. A new addition to Murray's faculty is Mr. Ronald Causton, social studies teacher. He is a graduate of the University of Minnesota. He coaches wrestling and is assistant coach for B-squad football. ,, Mrs. Barnes Mrs. Peterson Mrs. Olds Mrs. Berdahl Mr. Cuuston W W1 i l i 1 i pa. 9 i A...i hiv Many New Teachers Are Added To The Old Faculty if 1 . Mr. Datko Mrs. Fritsche Mr. Fulmek Mr. Heron Mr. Edward Datko, Eng- lish teacher, is the advisor for the Canteen Board. A family man, he spends his leisure time reading. Another of Murray's English teachers is Mrs. Dona Duffy. Before at- tending the University of Minnesota, she attended the University of North Mrs. Duffy Dakota. She enjoys sports. Mrs. Anne Fisker, a graduate of the University of Minnesota, instructs home economics. Her interests include music and vacationing at her summer cottage. Mrs. Patricia Fritsche, girls' gym teacher, advises the Girls' Athletic Association and cheerleaders. She is a graduate of the University of Nebraska. New to our school is Mr. Cortland Frye, a graduate of Macalester College. He teaches Spanish and Eng- lish. His outside interests include fishing and hunting. Mr. Clarence Fulmek is another of Murray's mathe- matics teachers. A graduate of St. Thomas College, he -coaches golf and is a iunior class advisor. Miss Valborg Helseth teaches shorthand and typ- ing. She advises Business Cadettes. A familiar face to the music department is Mr. Alex Heron, Murray's band director. His interests also include sports and tape recording. As advisor to the Mur- curie and Pilot staffs, Mr. John Lape is head of the iournalism department. His main interest outside of school is his family. Miss Patricia Lightbourn is the girls' swimming in- structor. She is a graduate of the University of Minne- sota. Her interests include Mr- Lupe cooking and sports. Mrs. Fisker Mr. Frye Miss Helseth Miss Lightbourn To Help Meet The Demands Of Our Expanding School Mr. Gerald Line teaches the senior social studies classes. He is a graduate of the University of Minne- sota. His outside interests include sports. Mr. Lloyd Marengo, a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, teaches physics. In his third year Mr. Line Mr. Marengo Ol' Murray, his outside ln- Mr. Mather terests include churchwork. Mr. John Mather, senior social studies teacher, heads the Social Studies Institute of African Affairs. He is a graduate -of the State University of lowa. New to Murray's faculty this year is Mr. Peter Merila, a typing teacher. He is a graduate of St. Cloud State College. He enjoys sports. Mrs. Mary Palm, iunior English teacher, is also new to the faculty. She is a graduate of Luther Mf- Mefilf' College. In her spare time she enjoys drama. Mrs- Palm An outdoor enthusiast, Mr. John Pearson likes to hunt, fish and camp. He teaches science and coaches intramurals, quad hockey and football. Jd'f'7'f Yi M. Ve' on Petersen, boys' gym instructor, is a University of Minnesota graduate. He coaches gym- nastics and track and enioys flying and traveling. Murray's pool director, Mr. Edward Porthan, is a graduate of Hamline University. His main interest is Mr. Pearson Sports' Mr, Petersen . ,ar Mr. Eugene Pose is the metal and wood shop in- structor. He is a graduate of the University of Min- nesota. Mr. Bernard Quinn, sci- ence and social studies teacher, attended St. Thomas College and Uni- versity of Minnesota. His Mr. Porthan lniefe-STS Ceflief OI1 fT1USlC. Mr. Pose Mr. Quinn The Graduating Seniors Have Many Thanks To Offer Mr. Robert Ritter, biol- ogy instructor, coaches football, baseball and B- squad basketball. He has interest in biological re- search. Mr. Charles Rogers, so- cial studies teacher, directs the Social Studies Club. ln his leisure time he hunts. l Mr. Ritter Mr. Rogers Mr. Rose Social studies teacher and basketball coach, Mr. George Rose, also heads the Student Council. ln his leisure time he enioys traveling. Mr. Reno Rossini, chemistry teacher, is also Mur- ray's football coach. He attended St. Mary's College and Creighton University. A member ot the music department, Miss Marjorie Rusch, plays in the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. She instructs both choirs and the octet. Mr. Rossini Miss Rusch One of our higher mathematics teachers is Miss Louise Smith. A graduate of the University of Min- nesota, she enioys playing bridge and traveling. Another one of our science teachers is Mrs. Lucile Smith. She is a graduate of the College of St. Catherine. Art instructor, Mr. Daniel Sorenson, is a graduate of Luther College. He coaches B-squad baseball and spends his leisure time painting. Miss Smith Mrs. Smith Miss Florence Vest, speech instructor, directs Mur- ray's dramatic works. A graduate of the University ot Minnesota, she advises the Dramatic Club. Miss Virginia Fertig, not pictured, teaches Ameri- can history and world history. She is a graduate of Hamline University. Miss Margarite Paschke is another of our math teachers. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and has interests in geology and travel. She is not pictured. Miss Vest Q-jffkl in ...... To The Members Of The Faculty And Administration Leona Newquist, Mary Woldt, O'Dwyer. Busy every day from early morning preparing the student lunches are the cooks. With Winifred O'Dwyer supervising the kitchen, they each perform their duties with diligence. Bef-ore lunch they all help with the preparation of the meals. When lunch comes they each take up their different positions. Leona Newquist is the "milk lady," Helen Rutz, Mary Woldt, and Winifred O'Dwyer serve the food, and Ethel Agnew, the pastry cook, is cashier. Helen Rutz, Ethel Agnew, Winifred Busy every day making sure Murray is kept in the best condition is the crew of custodians headed by Mr. Marvin House. Mr. Soderman and Mr. Sutherlin are engineers on the crew. Making up the rest of the crew but not pictured here due to a conflict in schedule are Mrs. Marjorie Mundy, Mrs. Marie Nahl, Mr. Ernest Anderson and Mr. John Sassor. Long after the students go home, the custodians clean the school so it will be ready for the next day. George Sutherlin, Marvin House, Vetallis Soderman. Abler, Peter Addis, Brian Allen, Karen Allen, Roberi ' Alwin, William Anderson, John - Arhal-1, Gary ' As Doors Close Behind Us, We Leave Memories . . . M Ashley, Marilyn Auld, Nancy Aus, Evangeline Barrick, Kathleen Barrows, Thomas Barfhold, Carole Baukol, Kathleen ,. v,., ,W , -I 'W WMTR1 3 Beckiordon, Sally Bentley, John Blume, Gary if Boland, Dorothy Brastecl, Barclay Brooks, Patricia S l 4 Brown, Kenneth 1 1 Old Friencls, Past Experiences, Sorrows and Joy 3 Carlsotn, Keith A Cheney, Barbara Cheney, Karen Christian, Michael F Christiansen, Susan Clarke, Charlotte Coffman, Joan 3 151 1 l I "rf ----ff Comstock, Pamela Crawford, Craig 3, Crowell, Gerald F4 Deutsch, .lack DeWitt, Louis Dexter, .lohnx Duncan, Kathleen Queen Cancliclates, Club Officers, Ancl Senior Day Durant, Darlene Enerson, Joan Erickson, .lerilyn Erickson, Richard Erickson, Sherman Etten, Nancy Evans, Elizabeth Evans, Thomas Fehrman, Gary '- Fishbeck, Jerome Freier, David Frosf, Elizabeih ' Fuller, Landon Gcmmel, Harold Are All Part Of Our Best And Most Rewarding Year Geer, John'x Gilie, Jane Glander, Mikelyn Granovsky, Theodore Gredvig, Lois Groneri, David MJ 1 W 1 w Y 4 i 1 1 W J i18 i J N, he Gunsell, Sandra Hager, Priscilla Ha,nsen, Tryggip Hartwick, Ann ' Hayes, BernordY Hendrickson, Carol Hestenes, Karen We Face Our Uncertain Futures With Anxieties Hinz, Alan Jensen, Karen Jensen, Randinu 73 Jensen, Raymond Johnson, Kathleen Johnson, Mona Johnston, linda Kampa, Joan Keller, Kenneth Kenny, JoAnn Klarkowski, Susan Knapp, Marilyn Knudsen, Bonnie Knutson, James As We Leave The Security Cf Our High School Life Koep, Thomas Koeper, Kenneth Kruskopf, .loan Kuhn, Kathleen Kwong, Gary LeClair, Cheri leClair, Janet Lee, Dennis fx Lee, Karen Lembke, Barbar Lexcen, Allen Lieder, Ronald Loney, Jerry Lopez, Angel In Every Way We Builol For That Special Career GK K Mantis, Williamf Marguetfe, Pafricia Marsh, Daniel Y Melander, Donald Moor, Victoria Morfon, Thomas Y Narvaez, Leon Nelson, Stephen Nichols, James 'lt' Nielsen, Kathleen ss Nightingale, Charles Nutz, Andrew Nylund, James Odegard, Janet Scientist, Secretary, Politician, Military Service Olson, Sandra F Otto, Jeffery Page, Gregoryigl Paskewiti, Jaan Pass, Roger Patoile, Frank Paulson, Janet Petersen, Michael x Peterson, Glenda Pitts, Reginald Pomeroy, Catherine Franke, Daniel xx Quam, Shari May We Be Able To Live Up To The High ,. ., . ...Vv Jn., Standards Rice, Barbara Richardson, Floyd Risbrudt, Douglas Rogen, Paul Rogness, Peter Sakaki, Hiroyuki Salmon, Betty 'f That Constantly Become More Difficult To Sandberg, David Sauttgr, Mariorie Schaller, Sandra Schanke, Lynn Schmidt, Raymond Scholz, Joanne Sch roeder, ,Ka ren Reach Shulstud, Robert Shuster, Andrea lv Slettom, Mary Jo Slifer, Anita Smith, Susan Smits, Valdis Sorenson, Merridee Graduation Thompson, Marklc Thorstenson, Thomu Turi, James Wacholz, Karen Wagener, JoAnn Warner, James Warner, John SK Sparr, Gary Steinhauser, Robert Stromberg,JamesNl Sullivan, Michael Y Swinton, Yvonne Talbott, Susan Thistle, Sharon Day Is Anticipated With Mixed Emotions fif me Webber, Kathleen Weber, Kathleen White, Richard Willard, Terrance X Wolf, Margaret X Zellner, John Y As We Strive For Maturity Which Opens New Doors Seniors Reminisce Nostalgically over high school events. We have many fond memories of our years at Murray, years which have seen much change in us. We remember the feeling of futility when we were new here and had to ask someone for directions, now we are the ones showing the new students around our new building. We, the class of 1963, will be the first to graduate from the new Murray, complete with pool, gym and science labs. We remember the ex- citement of our first canteen which changed to the excitement of attending the Junior-Senior Prom. We remember the thrill and awe with which we watched the queen candidates on stage at homecoming, wondering if our day would ever come: our day did come as we saw our classmates on stage. There are many more memories for each of us, of our Murray days, some bad, some good, but none to be forgotten As Graduation Ends High School ., ,.,..+....,,. i 3 i i i i l l J...,,, A 'IF' 4 wiring 'inf L H 'MA f-H-,F '. , 'N ,Y I wr' r iw L x Senior board members are lrow ll Elizabeth Frost, treasurer, Joan Rogen, Thomas Thorstenson 9 Mark Thompson, vice-president, Enerson, secretaryg Betty Salmon, Cheri LeClair, JoAnn Wagener. Gregory Page, James Knutson, John Zellner, Raymond Jensen. Gerald Loney, president, Floyd Richardson, Donald Melander, Paul Net pictured, Karen Schroeder, The Quest For Knowledge And Truth ls Almost Over Rehearsing various scenes from this year's senior class play, Little Women, are Lois Gredvig, Charles Nightingale, Jane Gilie, Joan Kruskopf and An- drea Shuster. The play was decided upon after the speech classes had read various plays, and a group of interested seniors had met. After a week of try- outs in late October, a double cast was chosen. The casts then started rehearsing every other day until the play was perfected and ready to present. The senior class play is not -only for a few sen- iors, but involves most of the class. Seniors inter- ested in art, under the direction of Mr. Daniel Sorenson, spent many hours designing and paint- ing the sets. 7 Priscilla Hager and Barbara Lembke practice their skit before they put it on at the senior class party which was held November 2. Looking on are Jeff Otto trying to master the hula hoop, .lim Knutson and Pam Comstock. Facilities in the gym, such as volley- ball, ping pong and hula hoops, were available for the seniors' use. Movies were shown in the band room while dancing and basketball were held in the gym. Priscilla Hager and Jerry Loney were the general chairmen for the party. As Seniors Achieve Athletic And Scholastic Awards Begging hall monitors Tom Barrows, Jerry Crowell and Bob Allen to get through the halls is senior Mary Jo Slettom. The hall monitors, an important part of the noon hour, are stationed at the end of each hail and at doorways. They keep stu- dents out of the halls and on school grounds during the lunch periods. Hall monitors are given a credit in school service and are chosen by Mr. George Rose. They are members of the Student Council. Junior 12 Miss Rusch Row it Sandra Youngdahl, Cor- inne Olson, Adrienne Anderson, Jeanette Lofberg, Karen Sands, Jayne Hanson, Janice Wemyss ' Patricia Trammell, Mary Solstad, Jacquelyne Strain, Priscilla Thurow, Gayle Woodhouse, Jac- queline Clayton, Nancy Trower, Marcia Tenney 9 Linda Prong, Ernest Ort, William Watson, Marilyn Neubrand, Michael Throngard, Lowell Rostvit, Michael Smith, Susan Strand- quist 9 Jack Scherbert, Malcolm Avery, James Perlich, Gary Mer- win, Frederic Ahlgren, Kenneth Fletcher, Janice Skildum, David Coad. Ready t-o serve customers at the AFS chicken barbeque on July 4 are Joan Coffman, Jane Gilie, Susan Smith, Eliza- beth Frost, Andrea Shuster and Carole Barthold. When fund raising efforts during the school year failed to raise sufficient funds to finance an AFS student, members of the senior class began to look for ways to raise the money. A chicken barbeque proved highly successful, producing more than the amount required. ,. GG' "r i i i . F' r e E i l V l i l 1 l L l E i l E 28 Juniors Work Hard To Plan Ancl Form Their Year Junior 207 Miss Smith Row iz Mark Bauer, Alice Magnu- son, Coral Berge, Richard Willey, Jean Heaton, Millie Vong, Mar- lene Lottis 9 Lloyd Keller, Char- lotte Patoile, Natalie Blume, Wayne Rees, Bonnie Scarrella, Sylvia Spandau, Paul Rauden- bush 9 Lairry Melander, William Mitchell, Michael Nelson, Dolores Swensgard, Janet Pankonin, Joan Freeman, Susan Brown 9 Gisela Fohlmeister, John Sweet, Barbara Turnquist, Richard Hah- nen, David Bren, Janet Paquiette, Ronda Perry. l A- Y i W A YM iAAAk WAAid,mfv Y Y YY,Y, W ,YW , , W Junior 21 Mrs. Fisker Row I: Sandra Truen, Kathleen Kasper, Linda Marshall, Kimber- ly Condie, Mary Klinkhammer, Karen Allman, John .lahr 9 Lin- da Johnson, Anne Boyd, Pauline Koch, Diane Barthold, Mary Mil- ler, Leslie Miller, Lyle Kelley 9 Katherine DeWitt, James Guion, Karl Miesen, Lynn Larson, Nancy Miller, John Manthey, Mariann Krinke 9 Joanne Thoennes, John Dow, Dennis Engle, Douglas Nelson, Joseph Komarek, Doug- las Nelson, Joseph Komarek, Kenneth Caldwell, Duane Jen- sen, Meri Kay Mattson. Junior 104 Mr. Sorenson Row lr Kathryn Keleher, Kayleen Ed, Kay Boyle, Gail Gower, Sam- uel Sauvageau, Rosemary Rudie, Monica McNeely 9 Marlys Ander- son, Emily Anclersen, Janice Brown, Sandy Heron, Diane Lind- gren, Delbert Cecchi, Karen Erickson, Jeanne Ewy 9 Charles Simon, Donald Jack, Steven San- ford, Carol Piermaintier, Carol Bradford, Nancy Heinz, Carol Es- boldf, Diane Kuiawa 9 Mariorie Schoonmaker, John Bates, Nor- man Gage, Elwood Enerson, Thomas Grahn, James Pulsipher, Gerald Priddy, Patrick Broderick. "WFT Junior 304 Mr. Frye Row lr Melody Milburn, Leigh Addison, Elizabeth Heron, Shirley Anderson, Nancy Krause, Irene Semirozum, Helen Johnson 9 Eva Neubeck, Cheryl Cummings, Mary Hayes, Nancy Gisvold, Mary Mullin, Susan Lindgren, Judith Jensen, Marilyn Hansen 0 Linda Anderson, Gerald Hanna, Leander Lippert, Dennis Hays, Larry Hasse, Joyce Carlson, Mary Jo Haugcm 9 Charles Koelsch, Terrance Shuster, Randall Baron, Stephen Bergmann, Stephen Hult, James Nelson, Stuart Peterson, Thomas Ashworth. Awaiting The Day When They Will Reach The Top , K i fi'-1. Preparing for the Sadie Hawkins Dance are Natalie Blume, Elwood Enerson, Kim Condie and Polly Koch. ,17uuuni..,. y.-alll!--W-. Hopeful Sophomores Look Off Toward Sophomore 'l'l Mr. Heron Row li Raymond Gammel, Sonya Schoffner, Judith Montgomery, Richard Hassinger, Jill Lind, Regina Huemoeller ' Gary An- derson, Myrna Grunwald, Roger Kwong, Donna Youngdahl, Rosa- lind Barsch Elizabeth Torgersen 0 Steven Richards, Patricia Strain, Robert Honeywell, Susan Austad, Bruce Whitcomb, Michael Rosenwald 9 Robert Hebbel, Ronald Swanson, David Hagen, Alan Merwin, Williaim Barrick, Marcia Briggs, Patrick Nelson. The iunior class oFlicers are, from left to right, Lea Lippert, treasurer, Coral Berge, secretary, Jayne Hanson, vice-president, and Jim Perlich, president. They are responsible for ar- ranging committees to work on class proiects. Early in the year the iunior -class decides it they will have a senior class trip. They also pick committees to work on the prom, hold money raising proiects such as car washes, and sponsor the Sadie Hawkins Dance in November. The Future Sophomore 25 Mr. Marengo Row I: Richard Givans, William Blue, Patricia McAuley, George Floetl, Judith Tenney, Lynn Sievers, David Drobac ' Kathryn Weber, Sharon Ross, Margaret Pomeroy, Dennis Cheney, Jeanne Scherbert, Meredith Razskazoff, Linda Kloek, Mary lmbertson ' Michael Broderick, Jacqueline Peterson, Elizabeth Bauman, Joan Brings, Gerald Weber, Laurel Schmugge 5 Joyce John- son, Claire Milham, Jaimes McTie, Richard Larkin, Alexander Simich, Walter Cheatham, Ralph Bache, Myron Pederson. Anticipating Excitment Ot Being Upperclassmen Sophomore 27 Mr. Rossini Row li Jane Bergeson, Judith Stephienson, Patricia Shatto, Ray- mond Anderson, Carol Urman 9 Linda Rozenberg, Nancy Peter- son, Mary McDiarmid, Suzanne Foster, Gretchen Halvorson 9 Roger Addis, Susan Tselos, Diana Hoitman, William Weber, Jon Haaland 9 Gerald Krueger, Gary Amunrud, Richard Bone, Edward Merrell, John Arneman, Paul Fardig. Sophomore 'I06 Mr. Broderick Row I: Janie Greenwood, Sandra Merrill, Margaret Biedler, Yvonne Overbee, Carol Arnold, Judith Memahon 9 Barbara Comstock, George Francis, Robert Field, Dennis Cameron, James Haechrel, Charles Turi 9 Patricia Nelson, Donald Brooks, David Vickers, Gretchen Bantle, Katherine Hart- wick, Leslie Curtiss 9 Auturo Codina, Richard Amrhien, John Schaaf, Michael Herbst, Richard Allrvecl, Jay Hendrickson, Patricia Kissane. Sophomore 28 Mrs. Fritsche Row I: Nancy Weihrauch, Pau- line Boyd, Joyce Biedler, Margar- et Mullin, Jean Perlich, Elizabeth Jensen 9 Barbara Engle, Linda Manke, Lynnae Lee, Terry Cut- komp, Elise Hagen, Nancy Thompson, Kathleen Stech 9 Maryann Sherman, Susan Schroe- der, Barbara Swanson, William Swanson, William Johnson, Roger Steen, William Slettom, Karen Christensen 9 Karen Bouts, Jef- fery Brooks, Bruce Shall-es, Dale Swanson, Charles Zotalis, Joseph Selbitschka, James Schneider. Sophomore 107 Mr. Datko Row li Jean Gallagher, Karen Mullner, Carol Christianson, Lois Peterson, Mary Hokanson, Clar- lynn Wachter, Sandra Gilbert 9 Lynn Elvester, Jay Otto, Kerry Stein, Martin Brandt, Hugh Cott- man, Gary Olson, Mary Cerny 9 Steven Slipka, Stephen Johnson, JoAnn Hayenga, Alfred Port, Henry Schwartz, William Bunting, Lawrence Schreitels 9 Sandra Brown, Richard Abraham, Ray Schmalz, Robert Meyer, James Stites, Thomas Good, David Olson, Kirby Johnson. Organizing A Class, Choosing Rings And Advisors Sophomore 210 Mr. Merila Row lr Kathleen McKay, Gene Zurek, Vincent Azure, Owen Abel, Wayne Anderson 9 JoAnn Champagne, Jane Wolens, Diann Gast, Kathleen Rudie, Joy Bart- lett, Michael Peterson 9 Gregory Carlson, Christine Shulstad, Stev- en Gasch, James Larson, John Kirby 9 John Ed, Kennth Auld, Thomas Swanson, Frank Quale, Roy Host, Walter Gayman. ,Iii Sophomore 307 Mrs. Duffy Row lr Mary Nason, Sally John- son, Charlotte Koeper, David Schultz, Candace Brobakken, Elaine Miller 9 Cheryl Stelmach, Stair Strane, Patricia Ryan, Donna Larson, Constance Englund, Lynda Anderson 9 Nancy Sage, Donald Trapp, Bartley Cooney, James Sargent Michael Lipke, James Wolf 9 Orville Baker, John Marsh, Gregory Hovland, Bruce Anderson, Charles lngval- son, Leonard Leier, Bruce Nelson. Using geometric princi- ples to make Christmas de- signs and snowflakes are sophomores Brook Ham- bley, Sandy Merrill, Ken Auld and Steve Johnson. Each year Miss Margaret Paschke's plane geometry classes study the funda- mentals of geometric con- struction by devices similar to these. They also prove rules concerning angles, lines, distances and figures. Plane geometry is an elec- tive math course for the senior high. Most students take it as sophomores. All These Leading To A Wonderful Sophomore Year Studying various parts of the human torso are sophomores Meredy Razs- kazoft, Jim Haechrel and Connie Englund. Biology is offered in the tenth grade and is an elective choice of a maiority of sopho- mares. Besides studying human biology, students study bot- any and the lower forms of animal life. In the fall the biology students are required to make collec- tions of insects and leaves. During the second half of the year dissecting is done. Looking at various styles of class rings are sopho- mores Tom Good, Marcia Briggs, Steve Gasch, Frank Quale and Joyce Johnson. ln the spring the sopho- mores organize as a class, elect oFlicers and order class rings after voting on the styles picked by the ring committee. Each class member orders his particu- lar 'choice of setting in the chosen style. L 2 t i -t l i i F 4 P E i t '....,, s Oldest Members Of The Junior High Classes Freshmen 203 Mr. Quinn Row lt Trudy Fales, Peter Rosen- thal, Gloria Sutton, Pamela Roan, Carol Palmquist 9 Constance Par- rott, Rita Rosenthal, Joy Strane, Andrew Rogness, Wells Marshall, David Wirtz 9 Sarah Polson, Patricia Thurow, Kirk Condie, Christine Jensen, Barbara Sou- ther 9 Eric Bergerud, Susan Razskazoff, Charles Knudsen, James Lexcen, Nancy Hunt, Paul Keleher. Freshmen 23 Mrs. Smith Row l: Kent Cutkomp, Lynn Vogelsang, Louise Duren, Nancy Uram, Stephen Milburn 9 Col- leen Nelson, Richard Ross, Bruce Bates, Carol Gieseke, Kathleen Lauerer, Diane Bohnenblust 9 Patricia McMoy, Margaret De- Witt, Richard Souther, Mark Overbee, Marcia Baukol 9 Donald Paskewitz, Donald Kul- vich, Peter Neubeck, Lawrence Tunell, William Underhill, Ralph Lambert. Freshmen 206 Miss Vest Row lr Lynda Murray, Victoria Beyer, Erva Snyder, Carol Bal- come, Jean Haechrel, Katharine Kavanaugh, John Kuiawa 9 Elizabeth White, Bonnie Has- singer, Priscilla Anderson, Mari- lyn Cross, William Daw, Nancy Cross, Judith Sontag 9 William Ubel, Thomas Skildum, Kathleen Reiter, Daphne Mantis, Annette Goodlet, Andrew Trunbul, Ronald Nelson 9 David Nelson, Allen Swensgard, Donald Link, Steven Bailey, John Bolin, Barbara Krueger, John Sparks. Freshmen Join Clubs And Activities With Spirit Freshmen 302 Miss Fe rtig Row I: Mary Kay Dyrda, Wanda Jensen, Leigh Blume, Phillip Glaim, Joseph Keating ' Carol King, Deborah Watt, Elizabeth Hebbel, Susan Allison, Carol Ben- son, Mary Langdahl ' Richard Lippert, Joel Aamodt, Patricia Leslie, Michael Woolery, Donald Lonetti, David Buck ' Michael Clark, Sharon Smith, Carl Bro- berg, Gregory Marien, Andrea Alfonse, Robert Rupp. Writing a term paper on Minnesota is a long range assignment given to students in Mr. Ronald Causton's freshman social studies classes. Asking for help from Mr. Causton is Carol Bieseke while An- drew Rogness and Joel Aamodt continue working. Current events, local, state and national govern- ment, occupations and a short study of good driving habits and rules are all included in freshman social studies. Learning to use the slide rule in freshman algebra class are Bruce Bates, An- drew Turnball, Priscilla Anderson, Lynn Vogelsang and Carol Balcome. Algebra is offered as an elective in the freshman year and is chosen by most of the students as their course is math. Solv- ing equations, factoring, and solving word prob- lems are some of the basic skills of algebra taught in this class. W1 l 1 4 1 E 35 ...ld 1 V 1 l 1 s l E I I r s 36 l v ,.. Y-. . ...ks .N --v -1:2 - Eighth 202 Mrs. Pa-lm Row it Thomas Nylund, Dean Swanson, Mark Anderson, Carl Johnson, Cheryl Palmquist, John Slettom, Diane Byram, Kay Sa- tersmoen, Christel Nelson 9 Diana Johnson, Sarah Underhill, Colleen Gallagher, James Hanna, Dan Hagen, Sara Hal- vorson, James Glaim, Marcia Berge, Norman DeWitt 9 Jean Overgard, Brian Holland, Lois Rogen, Vernon Smith, David Gasch, Gary Englund, Walter Knutson, David Sautter, Vicki Jo Foster 9 Dennis Stratton, Diane Johnson, Peggy Ayres, Gerald Pearson, David Host, Gregory Tang, Cheryl Tunell, John Swanson, Michael O'Brien. Eighth Graders Advance With Ideas and Confidence Eighth 205 Mr. Rogers Row I: Mitchell Willey, Gerald Olson, Suzanne Givans, Meri Kay Bernard, Georiean Clark, Robert Hendrickson, Gregory Loftis 9 Charles Amunrud, Andrew Turnquist, Ross Johnson, Richard Lindgren, Kathleen Vong, Lyning Peterson, Janice Ellingson, James Larson 9 James Nelson, Mark Stafford, Pamela Wahlberg, Christine Olson, Janet Curtiss, Jane Skov- holt, Nora Page, Suellen Smith 9 Marty Grindle, John Tobin, Sheryl Bentley, Dan Brink, Michael Boyle, Paul Boyd, Barbara Thoennes, Richard Christian. Eighth 309 Mrs. Berdahl Row 1: Sandra Johnson, Thomas Frost, Mary Marshall, Sandra An- derson, Jetiery Brown, Lawrence Weihrauch, Rita Kaufman, Patri- cia Kastner 9 John Shulstad, Ernest Trower, Dan Gullickson, Kim Aamodt, Barbara lsher- wood, Theresa Broderick, Chris- tine Brandt, Mary Wolf 9 J. R. Burton, Michael Boudreau, Paul Moberg, John Johns, Anita Anker, Marlene Sundstrom, Charles White, Mark Hestenes 9 Mark Plumley, Jeffery Shuster, William March, Penny Bartel, Karen Bruce, Paulette Schmidtke, John Magnuson, Steven Bowman, Leahora Mortensen. Learning the fundamen- tals of music in their eighth grade band class are Lois Rogen, Peggy Ayres and Sara Halvorson. Tryouts for positions are held at the beginning of the semester. Members of the class par- ticipate in the senior band's annual concert. The band classes are under the di- rection of Mr. Alex Heron. lt is an elective course taken the second semester. Striving For Recognition And Working To Succeed Seventh 100 Mr. Pose Row lg James Olson, Raymond Jack, Gerald Gabrielson, Lawr- ence Kirby, Robin Adey, Donald Cheatham ' Barbara Stults, Lynn Englund, Benhart Nelson, Darrell Heinn, Timothy Christian, Sheryl Goodlet, Carol Pulsiphe-r 5 William Brodt, Marc Hult, Vikki Charlson, Diane Jannette, Matthew Cook, John Solstad, Daniel Paulson 9 Roberta Gage, Stephen Fardig, David Chris- tianson, Jayson Anderson, Diane Wirtz, Carol Balthazar, Linda Brown. In Murray's new swim- ming pool are Vicki Foster and Colleen Gallager practicing their back float as Sara Halvorson and Jean Overgard are ready to assist. Swimming is held every other week alternating with physical education classes and is required for every student in grades 7-10. The basic fundamen- tals of swimming are first taught and then work is begun on kicks, stroking and diving. pun. M...--.lgu!n.Y..-.W-.-. -Y-1 L---V'--v --' -+ " " r """""' " ' "ml" 4 WI' ml" Seventh Graders Show Enthusiasm In First Year Seventh 303 Mr. Ca uston Row I: Susan Johnson, Pamela Reisdorph, James Heldt, Kathryn Rasmussen, Russell Langdahl, James Carlson, Sandra Guion 9 Marsha Teig, William Andersen, James Jensen, William Hanna, Joan Bradford, Karla Hokanson, Steven Amunrud, Kathryn Dunn- wald 9Harlan Pearson, James Bruce, James Pittlekow, David Bergerud, Michael French, Ellen Nace, Barbara Koenig 9 Lawr- ence Johnston, James Meyer, Jane Schroeder, David Merrell, Nancy BrokODP, Robert Shot- fner, Bruce Wetherby, Virginia Winchell. Seventh 209 Mr. Lape Row ii Ronald Figg, Elizabeth Weber, Constance Watt, Robin Anderson, William Paul, William Leslie, Bonnie Alexander 9 Stephanie Smith, Constance Hagen, Ronald Hagen, James Bates, Daniel Anderson, Thomas, Blue, David Lindemann 9 Wendy Bauman, Janice Knutson, Janet Hartwick, Mark Schmugge, Kath- erine Chambers, Stephen Berens, Karen Johnson 9 Jolenta Ander- son, Vivian Yonker, Lala Fletcher, Susan Nelson, Katina Mantis, Quentin Elliott, Beverly Caldwell, Mark lmbertson. Seventh 303 Miss Paschke Row l: John Christenson, Jill Wanek, Richard Weiss, Scott Tobin, Gale Sweetland, Nancy Norton, Georgia Johnson 9 Or- reen Sessing, John Benson, Louisa Kelehfer, Constance Bacon, Charlene Givans, Karen Johnson, Christine Haught 9 Charles Coad, John Allison, Patricia Kasper, Janet Hinz, Jeannette Hoffman, Richard Johnson, Peter Godwa 9 Charles Workman, Barbara Eidsness, Paul Broberg, Gregory Giefer, Mary Mayne, Jeftery Hayenga, Linda Sche- blauer, Mark Steinhauser. Gaining Experience For Future Years At Murray Seventh 305 Mr. Line Row I: Richard Alquist, Theodore Marshall, Paul Bienhotl, Christine Miller, Sherrill Geer, Donna Hendrickson, Leslie Bauer 9 Bruce Scherbert, Cheryl Sandvik, Patri- cia Finger, David Brings, Jeftery Port, Gary Vogelsang, David An- derson ' Judy Kruskopf, Fra-nk Koenig, Constance Johnson, Launie Kay Matthews, Hiebe Mor- gan, Margery Lembke, Timothy Thorstenson 9 Renne Melgaard, Mary Ahlgren, Robert Foster, Mark Hallberg, Mary Wood- house, Janet Lipke, Janane Flatten. Matching colors and fabrics in home economics are Margery Lembke Hebe Morgan Christine Miller and Pamela Reisdorph ctivities all. vx.-f-...nllqw V-Ww,MMM5v-'-- -- v Y-MHMF' wi. H A , .ani +- QM: Tm -u-an . W,1y,,L .,,L, . H .,fiA , .59 4 Y ' ggi 2 f ' M A 5 Ally, ? Q, , 5 V "1 1 2 flwfgfa, ' my gd . Eg, wwf- wggm, f 4 f .A .A i viii. 5-, .W , f.,5,1,? , ,gf 5, Ai. fa :if A 51 am 3 K Junior-Senior Prom The "Playboys," led by Dave Magnuson, an alumnus of Murray, was The band chosen by The committee to play at The prom. They played many songs to follow through with The Parisian theme. Among These were: "C'esT si Bon," "l Love Paris," "Je Vous Aime Bau Coup," "April in Paris," "GiGi," "Mademoiselle de Paris," "The Last Time I Saw Paris," "Moulin Rouge" and "I Kiss Your Hand, Madam". All The members of The band wore white French berets, designed and made especially for Murray's prom. "C'esT si Bon" Brings Forth Paris In Springtime The Theme of The 1962 prom, held on May ii, was and white flower Trees. At one end stood a replica of "C'est si Bon," a French phrase signifying Paris in The The Eiffel Tower, along with a white flower cart. springtime. The ballroom at the student center was The tables at the side had white tablecloths and transformed into a Parisian boulevard lined with pink vases, each of which contained a single pink rose. During the spring of 1961 the sophomore class began planning their Junior-Senior Prom by choosing committee chairmen, the band and place where the prom' was to be held. Pictured iooking over the newly arrived datebooks are a representation of the 1962 Junior-Senior Prom committee chairmen, Carole Barthold, Mary .lo Slettom, Gayl Gay- man, Joan Enerson, lstand- ingl Mike Sullivan, Andrea Shuster, and Margaret Wolf. Those chairmen not pictured are Greg Page, Mark Thomp- son and Kathy Nielson. The general chairman of the prom was Greg Page, who appointed the other commit- tee chairmen. WH in , . ,,, ... ---. " "" "' ' " f " Cheerleaders The cheerleading squad consists of five seniors and two iuniors. They are under the direction of Mrs. Fritsche and their captain Kathy Niel- sen. The squad promotes school spirit and attends all athletic events. They financed football culottes and hats for their uniforms with the profits from the Cheerleader's Dance held in January. The year was climaxed when they cheered at the State Hockey Tournament. The cheerleaders put on their skates to perform at a hockey game. Cheering Squad Backs Tea ms, Promotes School Spirit Libby rm: Morgar-sr Wolf Kathy Nielsen iw! l C. Bqukol Jayne Hanson Diane Barthold Guyl Gayman 3i,Q2'?s2?L6 2Lsf.f , 1 Et. Canteen Board Juniors Head Board, Plan Dances For Senior High The Canteen Board is a service group that volunteers its help to make Murray a better school. Mr. Edward Datko and Mr. James Palmer are the advisors for the board. Lea Lippert, chairman, helps the advisors by see- ing that all responsibilities of the board are carried out. The board is chosen in the early fall by the previous board and is announced at a canteen which is sponsored by the members of the old board. The Canteen Board has many responsibili- ties. Although there are not as many can- teens this year, they must plan all that are held, make decorations, arrange for the music, get chaperons and see that everyone is having a good time. At the end of the canteen, they have to clean up the gym so that it will be ready for classes on Monday. The proceeds from the canteens help to pay for decorations and new records. Lea Lippert is enioying himself at a canteen while he watches canteen board member Millie Vong and sophomore Liz Torgerson twist. Lots of time goes into plan- ning for a canteen. Many times after school the canteen board members are found in the cafeteria or auditorium thinking up an original theme or making decorations for the canteens. At right, the group is in the cafeteria planning for the next canteen. Lea Lippert, chairman, is presiding over the group. The back row is Jean Heaton, Fred Ahlgren, Kay Boyle, Elwood Enerson, John Larson, Jack Scherbert, Dave Barthold, John Dow, the front row is Jack Sweet, Co- rinne Olson, Karen Allman, Eva Neubeck, Sandy Young- dahl, Dave Coad and Lea Lippert. 45 4 46 L., ,, Homecoming A group of students campaign Clefti and an enterpris- ing campaign manager gathers votes in sch-ool frighti. Week Of October 5 Has Thrills, Tension, Victory The week of October 5 t 4-Q was filled with campaigning for a favorite queen candi- date, the coronation, the victory football game over Harding, and the dance sponsored by the GAA on Friday night. The seni-or class elected five candidates to run for queen. Each girl chose a campaign manager who had the iobs of introducing her to the student body, handling her publicity and being her escort at the Coronation as- sembly. Sue Jack, Murray's 1961 Homecoming queen, crowned Sandy Olson as the new queen before the whole school. , , Candidates and managers are frow li Margaret Wolf, Mary Jo Slettom, Sandy Olson, Cheri LeClair, Sandy Smlles after being Carole Barthold 9 Valdis Smits, Tom Thorstenson, Jim Nichols, Mike Sullivan, and Jeff Otto. crowned the new queen. WMM... ,..,,.. ., ,..Y,.. ,.,. . ....,,.-,..-s-,w..,,,,- Y ,..,-,...,,,.,... -W ,.. ..,, Bancl ' Band Renders Service Both To Community And School Murray's band is an inte- gral part of the school. lt performs at football, hockey and basketball games, as well as at pep assemblies. The band' skated at the Winter Carnival and each year plays for various community func- tions, such as on Memorial Dov. The band marches at a basketball game. Row l- Jean Perlich, Barbara Rice Kathleen Johnson Lei h Addison - I i Q 1 Karen Lee, Elizabeth Hebbel, Donald Melander 9 Gary Kwong, Margaret Wolf, Larry Melander, Roger Kwong, Karen Erickson, Susan Lindgren, Alice Magnuson, Nancy Sage, Jacqueline Petersen, Diane Bohnenblust, Katharine Kavanaugh ' Elizabeth Heron, Alexandra Heron, Gloria Sutton, Daphne Mantis, Kathleen Lauerer, Stephen Milburn, Kathleen McKay, Raymond Jensen, Thomas Bar- rows, Elwood Enerson, Dorothy Boland, Lo-uise Duren, Annette Goodlet ' Donald Trapp, Stephen Bergmann, Bonnie Hassinger, Gayl Gayman, Jeanette Lofberg, Kirby Johnson, Laurence Tun-ell, Ronald Nelson, Richard Souther, Jafmes Sargent, Craig Crawford, Nancy Krause, Kenneth Keller ' Kathleen Kasper, Colleen Nelson, Deborah Watt, Patricia Thurow, John Kuiawo, JoAnn Champagne, Jacquelyne Strain, Kerry Stein, Raymond Schmidt, Railph Lambert, Michael Clark, The maiorettes and the flagtwirlers combined this year to form Murray's pom pom girls. Co-captained by Sandra Olson and JoAnn Wagener, the group marched with the band at the games. Karen Jensen performed at several football games with a flaming baton, and the pom pom girls entertained with the twist at basketball games. Kneeling before their new pom poms are the maiorettes Sandy Olson, captain, Sharon Thistle and Priscilla Thurow. Standing are the flag-twirlers JoAnn Wagener, captain, Karen Wacholz, Barbara Turnquist, Marilyn Ashley and Darlene Durant. Junior, Senior Bands Entertain At Two Concerts This year the senior and iunior bands gave two ioint concerts. In addition to their annual spring concert, one was given in mid-winter. Along with these proiects, the bands sold candy last tall. Shown after the Mid-Win- ter Concert are the officers of the senior and iunior bands. Sitting are senior band offi- cers Gary Kwong, treasurer, Karen Lee, secretary, Tom Barrows, vice-president, and Dorothy Boland, president. Standing are iunior band offi- cers Jane Skovholt, treasurer, Sara Halvorson, secretary, Lois Rogen, vice-president, and Martin Grindle, presi- dent. 49 Choir f' i x , Every year Murray's choir entertains for the enioyment of all at many functions. In addition to their annual Christmas program, they gave an operetta in the spring en- titled Masquerade in Vienna, an adaptation of Strauss' Die Fledermaus. The choir also sang at the dedicati-on of the new build- ing, various assemblies, bac- ' calaureate and commence- ment. t Af The octette members, Ken - Koeper, Gretchen Halvorson, Reginald Pitts, Gail Gower, Peter Abler, Joy Bartlett, Jim Stromberg and Joyce Carl- son, relax before one of their many performances. School Is Entertained By Various Choir Programs Row l: Miss Mariorie Rusch, James Stromberg, president, Kenneth Koeper, vice-president, Gail Gower, secretary, John Warner, treas- urer U Charlotte Koeper, Patricia Nelson, Janet Paulson, Janice Skildum, Katherine DeWitt, Nancy Uram, Judy Tenney, Karen Cheney, Daniel Pranke, Stephen Slipka, Robert Steinhauser ' Jane Wolens, Linda Johnson, Cheryl Cummings, Clarlynn Wachter, Judith Jensen, Marilyn Neubrand, Gretchen Halvorson, Mary Hayes, Kathleen Niel- sen, Linda Manke, Susan Klarkowski, Michael Petersen, .lack Schaaf, Reginald Pitts 0 Sylvia Spandau, Lois Peterson, Dolores Swensgard, Barbara Cheney, Sonya Shoffner, Sandra Brown, Donna Youngdahl, Theresa Kelley, Mary Lou Berg, Adrienne Anderson, Janice Wemyss, Elizabeth Evans, James Warner, John Jahr, Peter Abler, 'QS' W iid Junior Choir Expands To Great Size And Sound The iunior choir had an ex- ceptionally high membership this year. Consisting of boys and girls who like to sing from the seventh, eighth and ninth grades, they numbered nearly 175 members. They held a concert in the springtime, for which they were required to practice in two sections because of the large group. Members of the iunior choir, John Swanson, Chris- tine Jensen, Norman DeWitt, Gary Englund, Kathy Lauerer and Barbara Souther, search the files for selections that their choir will sing. Row l: Patricia Brooks, Gayle Woodhouse, Leslie Miller, Judith Mc- Mahon, Joan Brings, Myrna Grunwold, Susain Allison, Mikelynn Glander 'Sandra Schaller, Joyce Carlson, Jacquelyne Strain, Linda Prong, Joy Lynn Bartlett, Jeanne Ewy, Leslie Curtiss, Jeannine Reuteler, Margaret Pomeroy 9 Darniel Marsh, Jerome Fishbeck, John Bentley, Jared Hoke, Norman Gage, Lyle Kelley, Elise Hagen, Sally Johnson, in eat P'--. Sandra Gunsell, Sandra Youngdahl, Marcia Tenney, Claire Milham, Karen Roufs 9 Jafmes Pulsipher, Vincent Azure, Wayne Rees, Raymond Gammel, Marilyn Hanson, Glenda Peterson, Mona Johnson, Priscilla Anderson, Meridee Sorenson, Janet Odegaard, Constance Englund, Janet Paquette, Diane Kuiawa, MeriKay Mattson, Lynn Larson. fi " sk,-Ury, U ' rrrs ' A A A i A Q? Q , g sffswgfgx ,A . QYQ qt V rv J fic' r in . l ii sa? rf wgggf .Fm-r r L E r l I l l l l l 52 l L German Club ....-Wwe Wvgeszwff'--L-f Nw The German Round Singers were under the leadership of Lynn Schanke this year. The group performed sever- al Times during the Christmas season. At a practice session Mrs. Berdahl plays the piano as the German Round Singers Kathy Hartwick, foreground, Chris Shulstad, Gisela Fohlmeister, Lynn Schan- ke, Terry Cutkomp, JoAnn Kenny and Kathy Barrick sing one of the miany German rounds from their repertoire. German Students Project Language Into Their Lives At their meetings this year the members of the German Club became acquainted with the flavor of the rich and varied Ger- man culture. At the initiation in the fall, the new mem- bers received red suspenders, which they wore the next day. They were required to sing a German song upon meeting another member. At Christmas time a party was held in the true German spirit. German Christmas customs, carols and holiday food were fea- tured. The club also attended a party at Macalester College. Other meetings included a play in Ger- man written by Goethe, a sleigh ride, a showing of slides taken in Germany with an emphasis on Berlin and the annual spring banquet in the form of a pancake break- fast. Newly-initiated members Tom Good, Lynn Elvester, Art Kottke and Susan RazskazoFl sing "Mein Hut" as Libby Frost directs. in f,-' 3 r " Row 1: Miss Cornwell, Elizabeth Frost, president, Barbara Lembke, vice-president, James Wolf, secretary, Ronald Swanson, treasurer ' Diane Bohnenblust, Nancy Cross, Susan Foster, Elizabeth Hebbel, Mary Hokanson, Lynda Murray, Katharine Kavanaugh, Kent Cutkomp ' Mariann Krinke, Annette Goodlet, Delbert Cecchi, Arthur Kottke, Joan Coffman, Mariorie Sautter, Terry Cutkomp, Kathleen Lauerer, Diann Gast 9 Pamela Comstock, Lynn Elvester, William Slettom, Kerry Stein, Roger Kwong, Pauline Koch, Sandra Gunsell, Susan Razskazott, Patricia Trammell, Paul Keleher 9 Joan Kampa, William Mantis, Paul Fardig, Peter Neubeck, Stephen Hult, Richard Allred, Kirby Johnson, Christine Shulstad, Victoria Moor. . g . ii 5 i A f ,, . Row li Kathleen Stech, JoAnn Kenny, Gary Kwong, Marilyn Cross, Mary McDiarmid, Deboraih Watt, Susan Allison, Sandra Gilbert, Gloria Sutton, Pamela Roan ' Daphne Mantis, Jean Gallagher, Andrew Turnbull, Meridee Sorensen, Katherine DeWitt, Diane Lind- gren, Robert Rupp, Margaret Wolf, Meredith Razskazoti ' Katherine Hartwick, Kathleen Barrick, Gretchen Bantle, Karen Schroeder, Eva Neubeck, Martin Brandt, Hugh Coffman, Robert Field, Susan Schroeder, Joan Paskewitz ' Robert Hebbel, John Sweet, William Underhill, Malcolm Avey, John Dow, Thomas Good, Louis DeWitt, Donald Paskewitz, William Weber. ..M.,,,..,........ - l..-.-.1 Latin Club rss fiidwtfw Row it Katherine DeWitt, consul, Carol Bradford, consul, Lois Peter- son, scribe, William Barrick, quaestor, Gretchen Halvorson, aedile 9 Melody Milburn, Nancy Uram, Erva Snyder, William Dow, Bruce Bates, Wells Marshall, Carol Benson, Priscilla Anderson, Elise Hagen, Jeanne Scherbert, Marcia Baukol 9 Joan Enerson, Sally Polson, Mar- garet Mullin, Katherine Bofyle, Kayleen Ed, Christine Jensen, Andrew ,ws Rogness, Mary Cerny, Joan Freeman, Joy Strane 0 Marilyn Hanson, Joel Aamodt, Margaret DeWitt, Emily Andersen, Susan Lindgren, Richard Lippert, Leslie Curtiss, Patricia McMoy, Mary Mullin 9 Barbara Turnquist, Gregory Carlson, Roy Host, Stephen Hult, Edward Merrell, David Hagen, John Dow, Joyce Carlson. Ancient Language Scholars Review Roman History 54 Latin Club, whose membership includes students who are now taking or have taken Latin, holds six meetings during the year, one of which is the annual spring banquet. In its meetings the club hopes to acquaint the members with ancient Roman civilization and the background of the Latin language so they may see the tremendous influence both the civilization and the language exert on the world today. At the fall initiation the new members went on a journey to the Underworld. The next day they wore long ears and a tail, symbolic of Pluto, god of the Underworld. Joel Aamodt, Priscilla Anderson and Ezra Gebremedhin converse with Mr. Addison, club advisor, after a meeting at which they spoke on Japan, Brazil and Ethiopia, re- spectively. Quill And Scroll Journalism Students Join National Honorary Society Quill and Scroll is an hon- orary society for high school iournalists who have per- formed outstanding work in iournalism and rank in the top one-third of their class. Murray's chapter holds two initiation banquets each year, one in the spring and the other in the fall. At the fall initiation, Mary Jo Slettom and Randi Jensen watch appreciatively as Bob- bi Lembke pins the "Great Pumpkin" awards for iournal- istic endeavor on Jerry Loney. C 9 Row I: Karen Lee, president, Joan Paskewitz, vice-president, Victoria Elildbelh Frost, Karen Schroeder, Carole Barthold, Lois Gredvig ' Moor, secretary, Barbara Lembke, treasurer ' Joan Coffman, Gayl Gerald Loney, Priscilla Hager, Gregory Page, Susan Talbott, Joan Gayman, Joan Enerson, Mariorie Sautter, Anita Slifer 9 Jane Gilie, Kdmpa. 'Y 'QT 55 441 ,,. -,. .qv-.vis . ....,..N.Y. Y, .W iw-..-v ve-wv,-W.-M-,.,v..v,-ww-ww-f-www-nf-5,5 Dramatic Club "Let's Brew Up A Good Year" was the theme of this year's Dramatic Club. The club is under the supervision of advisor Miss Florence Vest. Club, one must show an interest in dramatics and meet the tryout qualifications. After try- outs, students who have met the qualifica- tions are admitted and initiated at the September meeting. Otticers are elected in the spring of the previous year. Dramatic Club meetings are held every month with ditterent students in charge of each meeting, A special meeting is held at Christmas. W L f give at a Dramatic Club meeting. Comedy, Drama Portrayed As Students Become Actors Row I: Joan Kampa, president: Gerald Laney, vice-president, JoAnn Kenny, secretary, Jane Gilie, treasurer, Lois Gredvig, program chairman 9 Joan Paskewitz, Jeanne Scherbert, Sally Johnson, Mikelynn Glander, Nancy Etten, Charlotte Clarke, Darlene Durant 9 Jeffery Otto, Gayl Gayman, Margaret Wolf, Diane Barthald, Kimberly Condie, Gail Gower, Cheryl Cummings 9 Elizabeth Frost, Bonnie Knudsen, Barbara Lembke, Karen Schroeder, James Turi, Carole Barthald, Janet Paulson, Andrea Schuster 9 Pamela Com- stock, Priscilla Hager, Nancy Miller, Richard Larkin, Charles Nightin- gale, Cheri LeClair, Katherine Hartwick. To become a member of the Dramatic Mary Jo Slettom, Carole Barthald and Cheri LeClair practice a skit they plan to Senior Class Play Seniors Act Out Well-Known Play, "Little Women" Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women," adapted for play form by John D. Ravold, was chosen by members of the senior class and Miss Florence Vest, head of the speech department, as the 1963 senior class play. Tryouts were held in early October, and practice was in full swing by the end of the month. After three months of rehearsals, the play was presented on January 31 and February l. The play centers around the life of the four March girls. They are boyish Jo, who loves to write books, Meg, who is the little mother, Amy, who is self-righteous and con- ceited, and little Beth, who dies of rheumatic fever. The play gives a representation of life in the nineteenth century. Marmee lJoan Poskewitzl is reading a letter from her husband away at war to her daughters Beth lMargaret Wolfl, Meg lPrls- cilla Hagerl, Jo lLibby Frostl and Amy lBobbi Lembkel. Jo ..,,.... Meg ,........ Amy ..........,.. Beth ............ Mother .,....,. Laurie ..... Brooke ......... Au nt March. ,.....,..., Father .......... Bhaer ...... Hanna..,. Cast Andrea' Shuster Elizabeth Frost Lois Gredvig Priscilla Hager Joan Kruskopf Barbara lembke Karen Hestenes Margaret Wolf Pamela Comstock Joan Paslrewitz Thomas Thontenaon Charles Nightingale James Stromberg Jane Gllie Joan Kampa Jeffery Otto James Turi Bonnie Knudsen Charlotte Clarke Busy completing the scenery for the class play are Lynn Schanke, Randi Jensen and Vickie Moor. pn., .A..--Julull,,.,.!ullllI!lUIIl.-113 'Wir' W I i WW H W ,,.,.. -.6 -V . Student Council Governing Body Strives For Completion Of Its Goals The senior high Student Council consists of two mem- bers from each homeroom and four oiicers. Under their advisor, Mr. George Rose, the Council sets up service committees and holds monthly meetings to discuss school problems and affairs. Council members represent Murray at many outside meet- ings throughout the- year. The state convention in Worthing- ton, ancl the United Fund and Governor's Traffic Safety con- .. , ventions are a few events il U, .V l that were attended by Coun- is s cil members. s T Gayl Gayman, city-wide Student Council secretary- treasurer, attends all the city Council meetings with per- manent-elect member, Mike Sullivan. These meetings are once a month and are used to solve city council affairs. Gayl Gayman, All-City officer, talks to another All-City ofticer on Student Council business while Bill Mantis, president, Priscilla Hager, vice-president, Jerry Loney, treasurer, and Kathy DeWitt, secretary, eavesdrop. This year, due to more space with the " new building, a larger bookstore opened at Murray. it is located across from the audi- torium and is now under the sponsorship of the Student Council. The bookstore sells mostly school supplies and features "Pilot" pennants and Murray stickers. Council members feel that these will help promote school spirit. Student Council advisor, Mr. George Rose, keeps the bookstore well supplied for stu- dent and faculty use. David Barthold is shown buying some school supplies from Mary Nason and Mr. T Rose in the new bookstore. On October 17, Murray l sponsored its United Fund Drive. This year the goal was 593. However, 5138.47 was taken in. The drive gives stu- dents and faculty an oppor- tunity to contribute to worthy organizations such as the St. Paul Rehabilitation Center, Hallie Q. Brown Community House and the Society of the Blind. The drive lasted for one week and was climaxed by two assemblies which fea- tured a movie pointing out the purposes of the United Fund Organization and a march where students made their contributions to the drive. The Student Council also sponsored their annual Sno'- Foolin' Day on February 15. The hall monitors during Ti' bers. Junior High Council Represents Younger Students Supporting the prolects of the senior Stu- dent Council and learning the rules and procedures of the governing school body are two of the lunior high Council's malor purposes. The lunior Council helps to carry out the plans of the senior Council and works with them on special lobs. This year both Coun- cils worked together decorating the school for Christmas. The lunior Council decorated the cafeteria, and the senior Council did the auditorium and office. Hanging Christmas decorations in the cafeteria are lunior Council officers Bonnie Hassanger, treasurer, Magaret DeWitt, presi- dent, Lois Rogen, secretary, and Donald Paskewitz, vice-president. lunch gre also Council mem- Proudly holding the lars of money from the United Fund Drive are Wally Gayman sophomore Kenny Caldwell lunlor and Trygg Hansen senior I Sno'-Foolin' 4 Sno'-Foolin' Day, held on February l5, was sponsored by the Student Council with Gayl Gayman and Jerry Loney as co-chairmen. Queen Libby Frost and King Greg Page were crowned by the St. Paul Queen of the Snows. The day was spent skiing, tobogganing, skating and playing broomtball at Como Park. lt was climaxed by the dance "Cupid's Won- derland." At left, Murray students are enjoying a game of broom ball at Como Park. At right, Queen Libby and King Greg go tobogganing. Libby Frost, Greg Page Reign As Snow Day Royalty l Sno'-Foolin' candidates and the new queen are Kathy Sno'-Foolin' candidates and the new king are Jim Nielsen, Jane Gilie, Queen Libby Frost, Bobbi Lembke Dexter, Ted Granovsky, King Greg Page, Mark Thomp- and Karen Cheney. son and Tom Thorstenson. 61 Library Club Organization Operates With New Facilities, Giving Row I: Thomas Thorstenson, p p o , 2nd vice-president, William Mantis, corresponding secretary, Barbara Lembke, recording secretary, Theodore Granovsky, treasurer, Carole Barthold, program chairman, Michael Sullivan, sergeant-at-arms 9 Diane Barthold, Jeffery Otto, Hugh Coffman, Carol Christianson, Gary Kwong, Joaln Paskewitz, Jean Heaton, Mr. King 9 Katherine Hart- lst vice- resident Joan Eners n , I wick, Carol Bradford, James Wolf, Jeanne Ewy, Katherine DeWitt, Susan Brown, Joan Coffman 9 Louis DeWitt, Kathleen Barrick, Gisela Fohlmeister, Nancy Gisvold, Peter Rogness, Michael Christian, Hiro- yuki Sakaki 9 Kenneth Caldwell, Dennis Engle, Dole Swanson, Elwood Enerson, John Arneman, John Dow, James Stromberg. ,qv-r--vw --.--- 7-7 More Efficient Service To Murray Students, Faculty With the new room and facili- ties acquired this year, Murray's library has become a bigger, better and more popular place. Some action seen in the li- brary is, at for left, Gisela Fohl- meister, Kay Boyle, Fred Ahl- gren, Bill Slettom and Kathy Hartwick, as they trim the li- brary's Christmas tree. Left are seen Library Club president, Mary Jo Slettom, looking on while John Bates, Gary Fehrman and Ted Granovsky avidly fol- low the sports news in the daily papers. Meanwhile, Tom Thor- stenson, right, persuades Janet Pankonin to buy Bruce Nelson an enioyable paperback book during the library's paperback book sale. AAL Row I: William Slettom, Susan Christiansen, Robert Field, Mary Cerny, Craig Crawfard, David Caad Christine Shulstad Gerald Loney 9 JO Ann Kenny, Mary Mcpicrmid, Melody Milburn 0 Susan Lindgren, Barclay Brasted, Barbara Turnquist Frederick Ahlgren Raymond Emily Andersen, Marilyn Hansen, Joan Freeman, Delbert Cecchi, Roger -leniefl, John Bates, Ronald Swanson John Sweet Kwong, Katherine Boyle 9 Victoria Moor, Susan Talbott, Nancy Miller, Murcurie Staff Randi Jensen and Sue TalboTT, co-edifors of The Murcurie, look over old edi- Tions of The paper as They Try To find a proper layouT for The Sno-Foolin' ediTion. They do This whenever a lay-ouT problem comes up. Besides being co-ediTors, Randi and Sue are also page one ediTors of The Mur- curie. They musT always be on The alerT for news for Their page and for The oTher Three pages. They are also kepf busy conferring wiTh The prinTer. Staff Reporters Search For, Find, PrinT Murray Two of The Murcurie's sporfs ediTors, Karen Lee and Jerry Loney, Take Time To see whaT oTher schools are doing in The field of sporTs. The Third edi- Tor, Gayl Gayman, checks Murray's sporTs bulleTin board To make' sure no sporT has been slighfed in The upcom- ing issue of The Murcurie. "And whaT secreTs are you burning?" seems To be The quesTion Pamela ComsTock, page Two ediTor of The Mur- curie, is asking The furnace which can be found deep down in Murray's boiler room. Barbara Lembke, Pam's co- edifor, is Taking noTes and, al- Though This may seem a queer place To geT a sTory, Pam and Barb can offen be found in much more ridiculous places geTTing even adder sTories. The page Two edifors deviaTe from The sTraighT news sTyle of The oTher Three pages. CreaTiviTy is sTressed. Nancy Miller, Joan Paske- witz and Mr. Lape seem elated over the large amount of money that is shown coming in from the popcorn ball sale, a drive held each year by the Murcurie staff. The money is used to supple- ment the Murcurie's expenses. Joan and Nfancy are busi- ness managers of the paper, and Mr. Lape is the faculty advisor. Joan also holds the iob of advertising editor of the Murcurie whi-ch includes the selling of, and collecting for, the ads found on pages three and four of the paper. News To Inform Students Of School Happenings "And don't forget to check on that story," says Marjorie Sautter, the Murcurie's roving reporter, to Andrea Shuster, advertising editor and pho- tographer, as she leaves to secure a new ad for the Murcurie. Mariorie also sends out copies of the paper to other schools in exchange for cop- ies of theirs. 5,-W' Carol Hendrickson and Joan Coffman, co-editors of page three of the Murcurie, seem to be getting some good news out of, of all places, a wastepaper basket for their column 'quiring around . . . which is found on page three in every edition of the paper. Page three consists of news briefs, news not important enough to get on page one, yet, important enough to be read, and lists of different club activities. Carol is also a copyreader for the Murcurie. ., .-Jn... .. , , ,Y V-1'-,4mlvlHl.,.s..,r,. .Jllllllilll .... , ,,. sgwv .- Pilot Staff Co-editors of the T963 Pilot are Joan Enerson and Karen Schroeder. Pictured at left, they are looking over the envelopes which contain the copy and pictures for each page, checking that all the pictures and copy fit and that the chosen style has been correctly followed. The co-editors are chosen in the spring of their junior year. From then until the Pilot comes out, they are kept busy conferring with the printer and making sure that the rest of the stat? meets their deadlines. Annual Staff labors Diligently Recording Memorable Elizabeth Frost, Lois Gred- vig and Priscilla Hager are activity editors of the Pilot. Their iob is the big one of setting up and executing all club and extracurricular ac- tivity pictures. The activity section is the largest one in the yearbook, and the editors are kept busy looking tor un- usual pictures that will add to their section. Elizabeth is also the art editor of the Pilot. She made the staFf's style sheets and helped to design the cover ofthe T963 Pilot. W ..,-f , .. grins-Ms.,v W 2.JwQe,mm.wu..fiilm ,ne.:f...mu-mmmesf1a..es,s,i t ..... M, W , , Pilot senior editors are Kathleen Baukol, Joan Kam- pa and Victoria Moor. These three make sure every senior has his senior picture taken and that this, his name, and the activities he has partici- pated in for the past four years are included in their section of the Pilot. Kathleen and Victoria are also advertising editors, Joan is an index editor. F..-..-...Y-......v,... Mr. John Lape busily counts the money coming in from the November Pilot subscription drive as business manager Mary Jo Slettom fills out re- ceipts to be given to those students who have subscribed. Mary Jo, as business man- ager, must figure out just how much can be spent for the make-up of the yearbook and then must keep the staff in- side this budget. Mr. Lape, advisor, keeps the Pilot staff well informed on how to successfully plan and produce a yearbook. Happenings Of 1962-63 School Year For Students Jane Gilie and Anita Slifer, class editors of the Pilot, diligently check on the right spelling of students' names in the seventh through eleventh grades. Class pictures are taken in the fall, and the editors are kept busy taking informal pic- tures of the students as they attend classes throughout the year. Jane is also index editor. Pilot sports editor Gregory Page patiently explains to his co-editor Carole Barthold that you don't hold a hockey stick like a baseball bat. However, Carole, who livens up the sports section of the Pilot with the "girls' point of view," seems to have gotten her sports a bit mixed up. Carole and Gregory are seen at all the major Murray sports events where they get actual scores, discriptions and details of these events for the 1963 Pilot. W-, ,,,.-...,. ..,....Y..-.-v.-v-W--V.. .,..,-v.--,-.,vr'f-f-ev--- .,.,v-.-Y.-. ,,.., ,...,V.f.......,.,.WYvc,w-W cswwmwv. ,WW vW-.--.-,-e-f--.--.-,.,.--v,-- -.Q-. . Business Cadettes Row I: Nancy Auld, program chairman, Carol Hendrickson, program Barbara Cheney, Karen Cheney, Darlene Durant 0 Elizabeth Evans, chairman, Janet LeClair, secretary, Jerilyn Erickson, treasurer 9 Marilyn Ashley, Kathleen Nielsen, Cheri LeClair, Janet Odegard, JoAnn Wagener, Karen Allen, Joanne Scholz, Patricia Margette, Janet Paulson, Karen Wacholz. Faculty, Students, School Served While Cadettes Under the supervision of Miss Valborg l-lelseth, the Business Cadettes learn the role of women in business. This aim is achieved through daily class periods and prac- tical experience. Class periods are spent in gaining a thor- ough knowledge ot business techniques, such as typ-ing and tiling. Also the members assist the faculty by typing tests, mimeographing mate- rials, cutting stencils and doing clerical work similar to that found in an ottice. Kathleen Webber, Business Cadettes president, assists Mr. Fulmek with his book- keeping. Business Cadettes sell home- made fudge once a month. The girls make it the night before and sell it they next day in the ticket booth. This is their only means of finan- cial support. The profits fi- nance speakers for their meetings or sponsor field trips. This year the group went to Remington Rand Univac. The highlight of the year is the spring banquet at which the next year's officers are installed. Making use of the ditto ma- chines are Betty Ann Evans and Karen Allen. Marilyn Ashley watches Joanne Scholz use the electric typewriter as Kathy Nielsen staples papers together. Gain Business Knowledge, Techniques, Experience The feminine side of busi- ness is shown by the Cadettes at the annual Christmas des- sert luncheon for the staff. They plan and pre-pare the dessert themselves, send out invitations and decorate the room with festive holiday dec- orations carrying our the Christmas theme. The girls also serve as hostesses. Janet Paulson cuts paper while Darlene Durant uses the electric typewriter and Kathy Weber and JoAnn Wagener compute figures on the add- ing machine. Carol Hendrick- son, Cheri LeClair and Karen Wacholz prepare the bulletin board, advertising the month- ly fudge sale. Stage Force And Projection Crew Stage Force Prepares For Assembles And Meetings The stage force is responsible for pre- paring the stage for all assemblies and meetings, working the lights during a pro- gram, and seeing that the proper mikes are set up. It is made up of two boys under the direction of Mr. Alex Heron. The boys are especially busy around the time of the Christmas program and the senior class play. They are present at these programs to keep check on the lights and mikes so that the shows go off as smoothly as possible. Clean-up is another iob of the stage force. Many times the boys have to clean the stage after a pep assembly or a special science program. The stage force is another group which volunteers its service to the school. Ray Schmidt uses the stage phone while Mike Christian checks the controls that op- erate the sound equipment. Proiection Crew Runs All Audio Visual Equipment The Proiection Crew is made up of eight members. Their iobs include running proiectors, ordering films, tak- ing care of phonographs and seeing that all equipment is in working condition. These iobs keep the boys busy almost every day. The Projection Crew is advised by Mr. Lloyd Marengo. Proiection crew is John Manthey, John Geer, Richard Allred, Gary Amunrud, Henry Schwartz, David Sandberg, Larry Hasse and Jim Perlich. AFS Hiroyuki Sakaki, better known as Hiro, is our foreign exchange student from Nagoya, Japan. He arrived in St. Paul last August to live with Tom and Jim Nylund and to attend school at Murray. He is kept busy with the cross-country and basketball teams, Library Club, Stu- dent Council and "much" homework. However, he finds time in his busy sched- ule to answer students' questions about Japan. Hiro is very much impressed with the school spirit American youth display at athletic events and with the size of our country. He was one of six students chosen from sixty applicants for the AFS program. In order to qualify a student had to pass a written English exam and a interview involving questions on Japan and world affairs. Murray students sponsored a barbecue to raise the money for a foreign student. Bill Mantis, our foreign exchange student to Sweden last summer, talks to Vange Aus, who lived in Oslo, Norway, for two years. They are looking at some candlesticks, which are a gift from Bill's Swedish family, and a hand carved Norwegian troll, a good luck charm. AFS Program Establishes Closer Foreign Relations wil- r.........-., --..., . .... -..--.,, ,,,,,,, Future Teachers of America The purpose of the Future , Teachers of America organi- zation is to acquaint students with the teaching field as a career. lt is opened to all stu- dents who are either juniors or seniors in high school. The advisor is Miss Louise Smith. FTA members assist teach- ers with classes, correct pa- pers and help with special projects. Looking up a word are FTA ofticers Joan Kampa, secretary, Sue Christianson, program chairman, Jeff Otto, vice-president, Karen Schroe r der, treasurer, and Karen Lee, president. FTA Gives Insight Cf Teaching To Murray Students FTA holds meetings throughout the school ' l year. Speakers, panels and films are fea- tured at these meetings. Miss Margaret Paschke, mathematics teacher, and Miss Gladys Rose, guidance counselor, were two of the featured speak- ers. Miss Paschke spoke on the geology trip which she took last summer in Northern Minnesota. Miss Rose spoke on a college education, oftering advice to those students interested in entering the educational field. On February 20 some members attended a city-wide FTA meeting at Central High School. Included in the day's activities was a panel discussion on how to improve the FTA organization. Miss Paschke outlines her geology trip for FTA members Pat Margette, Janet LeClair and Ann Hartwick. Miss Paschke had previ- ously lectured at a FTA meeting on her trip. Aquatic League Newly Organized Girl Swimmers Perform in Rhythmn Row l: Nancy Uram, Elaine Miller, Marilyn Cross, Nancy Cross, Gloria Sutton, Joy Strane, Nancy Hunt, Star Strane, Judy Sontag, Priscilla Thurow, Diane Lindgren, Emily Andersen, Kathleen Sullivan 9 Miss Lightbourn, JoAnn Hayenga, Marcia Briggs, Alice Magnuson, Daphne Mantis, Susan Razskazoft, Christine Jensen, Kathleen Lauerer, The Aquatic League, a girls' synchronized swimming group, was organized this year under the direction of Miss Lightbourn. Calling them- selves the "Pool Pilots," the girls gave a demonstration in December and a show, "Months. of the Year," in f April, for which they wrote their numbers. S.. Jean Heaton, president, and Margaret Wolf show Nancy Hunt, secretary, Mer- edy Razskazoff, vice-presi- dent, and Alice Magnuson, treasurer, part of their routine, for which they dressed as Santa Clauses. Linda Dunnwald, Kathleen Weber, Carol Bradford, Jean Heaton Melody Milburn, Nancy Sage, Patricia Strane 9 Betty Bauman Linda Kloek, Meredith Razskazoii, Susan Brown, Margaret Wolf, Sandra Brown, Barbara Turnquist, Nancy Gisvold, Jane Schoffner Jeanne Scherbert. Y School Highlights Various Activities of '62-'63 School Year Build Students at Murray are building memories constantly, as evidenced by the emotions shown in their faces as they participate actively in all the happenings of the school year. Awe is exhibited in spectators' faces as they watch a polished and perfected dive at Murray's pool. An exhausted Homecoming manager displays con- tentment as he sneaks a moment of rest during a hectic week of campaigning. Drive and the will to work are revealed by the iuniors as they la-bor at their class car wash. Football fans show determination in the face of great Many Thrilling Memories For All Murray Students odds as they cheer for their team. 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Mi' 7 3 X 'Ugg 1 W S if lik 1 -, ,,,,,..,snpnun,, . ,,, .,-,,,,.Jwlln1uqu i l l 4 L 78 Five Varsity Players Honored On All-City Grid Team Row li John Larson, William Mantis, John Sweet, James McTie, Fredrick Nutz, Jack Scherbert, Trygg Hansen, John Kirby, William Watson, Stephen Johnson 9 William Mitchell, Kenneth Auld, David Hagen, Terrence Shuster, James Knutson, John Dexter, Richard Erickson, Walter Gayman, William Barrick, Gerald Crowell 9 Murray 18 Mechanic Arts 6 Murray 13 ....,.. .,..,... C entrol 34 Murray 7 .,,.. Johnson O Murray O ..... Wilson l8 Murray 20 ..... Harding 6 Murray I2 ....... ,..... H umboldt 6 Murray 7 ....... ..,..,..... Mo nroe I3 Murray I9 Washington I8 L......g,A M- ,,,,, ,, Coach Reno Rossini, David Mettler, James Nelson, Michael Holvorsen, John Bates, Robert Allen, Mark Thompson, Gregory Page, John Zellner, Keith Carlson, Richard Hahnen, Frederic Ahlgren, Thomas Barrows, Kenneth Caldwell, Dennis Lee, Mgr. Leander Lippert, Coach Robert Ritter. ln the opening game the Pilots met a strong Mechanic Arts team, which was favored for the title. Mechanics fell before the gridmen I9-6 in a game featuring an 83 yard kickoff return for a touchdown by John Zellner. Central was Murray's next opponent and delt a sur- prising 34-l3 defeat to the Pilots. The team settled down and defeated Johnson 7-O in a defensive battle. City Champs Wilson was Murray's next opponent and handed the gridders their only shut- out of the season, I8-O. The gridmen took an attitude of revenge into their next games, and it paid off as they ripped Harding 20-6 to win Murray's first homecoming game in five years. The following week a strong Humboldt team fell victim to the Pilot powerhouse I2-6. Jim Dexter scored both touchdowns, the first on a I5 yard pass from John Zellner and the second on a 74 yard run. Next, Murray met the Monroe Greenwave and was defeated 13-7 in the closing minutes. ln the season's final game, Murray edged Washington I9-l8 on two touchdowns by Jim Dexter ond one by Keith Carlson. Heading downfield after receiving a pass is co-captain Jim Knutson as end Greg Page moves up to block for him. Right, Washington's All-City fullback Rich Berzinski finds the going tough as the Pilot's defense bottles him up. Putting the clamps on him are Dick Erickson l22l and Fred Ahlgren. Other Murray players are John Zellner l2li, Bill Watson ll3i and Mark Thompson 4453. Below, co- captain Jim Dexter l3lJ racks up six points against the Prexies. Providing running room are Wally Gayman l32i and Trygg Hansen. Trailing the play is half- back Bill Mantis ll ll. e 9 Ak p Ov J W If 37 QQ Gridders Tie For Second, Post 5-3 In Conference This year's squad featured the fine passing of quar- terback John Zellner and pass receiving of end Keith Carlson. Other outstanding points were the powerful running of fullback Jim Dexter and the excellent line play led by center Mark Thompson. These boys, along with end Greg Page, were honored on the St. Paul Dis- patch-Pioneer Press All-City team. John, Keith and Mark were named on the first team with Jim on the second team, and Greg received Honorable Mention. - 'sm in. sv- f A leading factor in Murray's lineplay was the addi- tion of a seven-man charger to the boys' practice facili- ties. This machine aided the gridders in perfecting their blocking and tackling techniques. Below, Greg Page, John Zellner and Mark Thompson bring down a Monroe runner. Moving up fast to add assistance are Fred Ahlgren l50i, Wally Gayman l32i, Jim Nelson loli, Jim Dexter l3li, Bob Allen l23l, and Bill Mantis ll ll. r,,,,,,,.,,..,,.,...,.,..s, ,,.,.,., .W ..,,. , ,Wm . ., c .,c,.,c..., Linebacker Dick Erickson cmd All-City end Keith Carl- son are pictured putting the- rush on the Washington kicker. On this play Dick suc-ceeded in blocking the try for an extra point. Breaking through a gaping hole in the Washington defensive line, halfback Denny Lee heads for long yardage. Denny, a starting backfield man, was side- lined the latter part of the season with a knee iniury. JV Gridders Practice With Varsity, Improve Record For the first year the Junior Varsity held regular prac- tice sessions with the Varsity team. By practicing with the more experienced A-squad players, the younger Pilots became more proficient at blocking and tackling. The boys learned many basic skills and adapted themselves to playing against bigger opponents. Using this training they were able to improve last year's record. ln conference play the boys won two games and lost three, two by lust one touchdown. The gridders beat Harding 14-O and Wilson 7-O while dropping games to Washington i4-2l, Johnson O-6 and Humboldt O-21. lniuries played a major role in the season's play. The final game found only four backfield men available to participate. Row I: Richard Lippert, Thomas Skildum, Myron Pederson, John Ed, Greg- ory Carlson, Robert Rupp, Andrew Rogness, Steven Richards, Patrick Nelson 9 Coach John Pearson, Richard Ross, Ronald Nel- son, Laurence Tunell, Dale Swanson, Richard Abra- ham, Michael Broderick, Charles Zatalis, Donalld Paskewitz, Coach Ronald Causton. f -"1 f 5 , s Q X ,ww Harriers Capture City And Regional Championships .4 7 'V' H . 'fl 5' fi Row it Michael Peterson, Theodore Granovsky, Thomas Good, Martin Brandt, Patrick Broderick, Stuart Peterson, Paul Rogen, Stephen Nel- son ' Thomas Morton, James Nylund, Barclay Brasted, Roger Pass, Murray's harriers hustled their way to the combined City and Regional Championship, completing their sixth straight season of undefeated competition in dual meets. Lead by their enthusiastic captain, Ted Granovsky, the Pilots succeeded in qualifying seven boys to contend in the State Meet where the ramblers captured eleventh place. Ted had the distinction of placing first in every conference meet as well as finishing first in the City- Regional contest. The team as a whole found six runners among the first ten to finish. Following Ted were Paul Rogen, fifth, Pat Broderick, sixth, Tom Good, eighth, Stu Peterson, ninth, and Marty Brandt, tenth. . ,,s at ga Stephen Bergmann, Gary Amunrud 9 Coach Bernard Broderick, Ronald Lieder, Mark Bauer, Gary Olson, Kerry Stein, Gerald Loney, Hiroyuki Sakaki, Gary Fehrman, Ted Gra novsky, right, outdistances all competitors to take first place in the City-Re- gional meet without an . opponent in sight. Be- - low, off and running at .,,,: one of the three perfect meets, Murrays har riers take the lead. Captain Ted Granov- sky paces the Pilots in defeating Harding 15- 77. Bucketmen Experience The cagemen were unable to put together a complete game and ended the conference season without a win-. Although showing great potential 'in spurts, the boys lacked the ability to score as a team. In each game Murray would have a high scorer but never the same one two games in a row. An example of this is the 19 points captain Jim Knutson poured in against Washington in the sub-district game. Other nights Ed Merrell, Elwood Enerson, Valdis Smits or Paul Rogen would hit clouble figures. Despite the cagers record there were moments of great excitement. The losses suffered to Monroe and Harding were only by five points, both scores were 53-48. Murray 35 ...... .4... M echanic Arts 59 Murray 48 ...,.. ....,.... Mo nroe 53 Murray 3'I ,..... ....,.,. W ilson 50 Murray 25 .,..., ..,... J ohnson 43 Murray 33 ..,.,. ..,,. H umboldt 45 Murray 48 .,.... ........, H arding 53 Murray 40 ....,. .... W ashington 52 Murray 26 ..,... ,.,.,. C entral 56 Having recovered the ball after a Harding blunder, forward Elwood Enerson dribbles down court. Moving up to guard is senior Paul Rogen. From top to bottom: Thomas Thorstenson, Hiroyuki Sakaki, Richard Hahnen, Paul Rogen, Peter Rogness, Richard Abraham, Valdis Smits, Bruce Anderson, Elwood Enerson, Edward Merrell, James Knutson, Mgr. Douglas Nelson, Coach George Rose. Hard Season Blocking a Harding shot at right is sophomore center Ed Merrell. Positioning them- selves for a chance to grab the ball and move down court are Jimi Knutson, Elwood Ener- son and Paul Rogen. Far right is a Harding player getting a shot off de- spite the defensive efforts of Jim Knutson and Paul Rogen. Anxiously watching the play are Ed Merrell and Valdis Smits. Junior Bucketeers Post Fine Non-Conference Record The B-squad basketball team suffered seven losses in conference play. Their lone win was against Monroe 44-28. The play of the young Pilots improved throughout the season. Evidence of this is found in the way they defeated Monroe 52-26 at the end of the season in a pre-tourna- Row I: James Wolf, Vin- cent Azure, Joel Aamodt, Bruce Bates, Andrew Rog- ness, Ronald Nelson, Robert Honeywell 0 Mgr. Carl Broberg, Kirby Johnson, Alexander Sim- ich, Dale Swanson, Robert Meyer, Ronald Swanson, Donald Brooks, Melvin White, Mgr. Kent Cut- komp, Coach Robert Ritter. ment placement game Although not posessmg a fine record in conference play, the young cagers carried a 5 3 non conference record. The team was hampered by the loss of three fine sophomores to the varsity mm- -M W- f-- .,s,,,.. ....Wpumnun.s..ws.. - f - f- """""' Row 1: Barclay Brasted, Mark Thompson, Gary Fehrman, Terrance son, Leander Lippert, Patrick Broderick, John Zellner, Keith Carlson Shuster, Gregory Page, John Bates, William Mantis, Trygg Hansen, James Dexter, Walter Gayman, William Carroll, Mark Bauer, Coach James Nylund, Kenneth Caldwell 9 Mgr. Ronald Lieder, Stuart Peter- Bernard Broderick. .Varsity Pucksters Post 20-5-1 Record For Season In conference play Murray's icemen posted a 12-3-1 record. Two of the losses were to State Champs John- son, the other loss and the tie were to Humboldt. Both were beaten in the Region IV playdowns by Murray. The boys opened the season with a 5-1 win over Min- neapolis South on Thanksgiving Day. In the City Hockey Preview the Johnson sextet defeated the boys 2-0. The -conference opened with victories over Monroe and ef Racing for the puck in the Humboldt game are Trygg Hansen C81 and Wally Gayman. Wally, the team's only sophomore, played both center and wing on the second line. Harding. The pucksters lost to Humboldt, -beat Wilson and lost to Johnson in their next tilts. The following four games were all victories for the Pilots. Murray tied Humboldt and lost again to Johnson be- fore Coach Broderick's skaters took to the road and crushed Madison West 10-O and Madison East 12-0 to start a streak of eleven straight wins that was to carry the puckmen into the State Tournament. City Conference Murray Monroe ..,.............................. ........ 2 -1, 5-0 Murray Harding ...... ......... 3 -0, 3-'I Murray Humboldt ...... ........ 0 -2, 2-2 Murray Wilson ..... ......... 2 -0, 7-1 Murray Johnson ...... ...,..... 1 -3, 2-6 Murray Central ............. ........ 8 -1, 3-2 Murray Mechanic Arts ....,. ....... ..,...... 5 - 2, 8-0 Murray Washington ,...............,,,,...... ......... 7 -1, 4-1 Region IV Murray Humboldt ........,............. ...,... 3 -1 Murray Central ....,. .,..... ....... 9 - 2 Murray Monroe ................,.......,....... ......, 7 -2 Murray Johnson .................................,.. .....,. 4 -3 State Tournament Murray Warroad .,.....,.......................... ,...... 5 -1 Murray International Falls ....... ....... 'l -3 Murray Roseau ................... .,..... 1 -4 Icemen Capture Region IV Place Fourth In State Murray tied Humboldt for second place in the City Conference and played them for seeding in the Region IV playdowns. The Pilot powerhouse was victorious 3-I. The icemen then whipped Central 9-2 and Monroe 7-2 before defeating Johnson 4-3 in overtime for the Region IV Championship. Besides advancing our icemen to the State Tournament, the game ended a nine year period in which a Murray hockey team had never beaten the Governors. ln the State Tournament the boys faced three power- ' l ful northern sextets. The first game found Warroad a 5-I victim of the Pilots. ln the next two games defending State Champs International Falls and runner-up Roseau defeated Murray 3-I and 4-I respectively. For their outstanding play during the season, Greg Page, Mark Thompson and John Zellner were named to the All-City hockey team. Keith Carlson, Jim Dexter and Jim Nylund received Honorable Mention. Greg Page and Mark Thompson were also named to the All-State team for outstanding tournament play. Right, goalie Greg Page and defense- man Mark Thompson foil Mike Crupi's scoring bid as Jim Dexter covers Greg Hughes in front of the net during the Region IV Champi- onship against John- son. Below, iubilation reigns as the Pilots gain a berth in the State Tournament by defeating Johnson 4-3 in overtime. T,-,mv- ,,,,? WCW W ,v,, ...w,,-.. Above, breaking up a scoring threat by Johnson's John Kulsted are goalie John Bates cmd center John Zellner. Zellner centered Murray's first line which collected a league leading total of 40 goals. He and Kulsted tied for individual scoring honors with 31 points each in conference play. At right, battling for possession of the puck in the Humboldt game is wing Jim Nylund as Keith Carlson and John Zellner look on. JV Pucksters Take Third In City Conference Play The JV pucksters captured third place in the confer- skaters 7-O. ence standings this year with a 4-l-3 record. In the open- ln season play the B-squad beat Humboldt 6-4, Central ing playoff game the young Pilots defeated Harding 3-2 6-l, Wilson 4-i and Mechanic Arts 4-0 while losing to to gain the finals. Johnson proved too strong for the ice- Johnson l-3. The ties were against Harding, Washington man in the City Championship game as they downed our and Monroe, i-i, 2-2 and 3-3, respectively. Left to right: David Dro- bac, Peter Rosenthal, Richard Ross, Owen Abel, Stephen Woodling, Gregory Carlson, Kerry Stein, John Kirby, Richard Lippert, John Ed, Michael Broderick, Stephen John- son, David Hagen, Myron Pedersen, Thomas Good, Michael Peterson, James McTie, William Barrick, Coach John Pearson. wi N 'I ti 7 ' cm' . 7' ' ' ,,,, ,, , .. Mermen Place Second In Murray opened the season with a 51-42 victory over Wilson. The merman then breezed by Monroe 57-31, Mechanic Arts 66-21 and Harding 66-29. Johnson's swimmers invaded our pool the following week for a meet which was not decided until the last event when the Pilot medley relay crew won giving Murray a one point margin of victory. The finmen downed Humboldt 70-23 before meeting Central. Central splashed their way to a 66-29 victory to capture the city title. The swimmers closed out their schedule with a 58-35 conquest of Washington. At right are Bill Johnson, John Arneman and Bob Hebbel, members of Murray's relay team. Row 1: Charles Zotalis, John Davies, William Johnson, John Sparks, Gary Anderson, Donarld Paskewitz, Mark Hestenes 9 Coach Edward Porthan, Craig Crawford, Delbert Ceochi, James Perlich, Steven Outdistancing Backstroke artists Steve Bergmann and Randy Baron capture first and second place against Washington. Murray 51 .... ...... W ilson 42 Murray 57 ........ ............. Mo nroe 37 Murray 66 ........ ....... Mec hanrc Arts 21 Murray 66 ........ .......... H arding 29 Murray 48 ........ ....... J ohnson 47 Murray 70 ........ ...... H umboldt 23 Murray 29 ....,... ....... C entral 66 Murray 58 ........ ........ W ashington 35 City Conference Standings Bergmann, Frederic Ahlgren, Richard White, Roger Pass ' Robert Hebbel, Paul Fardig, Leonard Leier, John Arneman, Donald Link Dennis Amrhien, Richard Amrhien. -- --, --lllll!lIw!"-W--- --- Murray's Grapplers Place Third In Regional Meet Ernest Off, Steven Richards, John Sweet, Arthur Konke, William Nelson, Michael Smith, Robert Field, John Lorson, John John Gary Mitchell, Lawrence Tunnel, Daniel Marsh, Michael Halvorsen, Patrick Olson, COGCl1 ROUGH CGUSYOY1. Murray 25 .,...,. Humboldt 26 Murray's wrestling team placed seventh in the City Murray 17 Mlmcentrol 27 Conference with a 2-6 record. Conference wins were .I over Washington 35-14 and Monroe 26-24. Humboldt Muffav 22 """""'A W' Son 24 squeezed by the grapplers 26-25 and Wilson tipped the Murray 23 Mechanic Arts 3'l Pilots 24-22 in two very close meets. Murray 22 HW,-mjohnson 27 In the District Meet where the boys advance as in- dividuals rather than as a team Murra took third . Y Murray 35 .... Washington 14 Murray 26 Murray 7 .........Monroe 24 .,...,,Harding 42 Above, John Larson takes down a Humboldt opponent. John, out for his first year, was third in the District in his weight class. Right Ted Granovsky and Bob Field workout in preparation for a meet. place. Gary Olson went through his second year without a conference or district loss to take first in his weight class. Bob Field placed second, Mike Halverson and John Larson third and Art Kottke and Ted Granovsky fourth. The team's prospects are bright for the tuture as many ot the lettermen are underclassmen. l . ' f, . K 1 -N ,,,. ,,,, Q, ,L ' Left, sophom-ore Kenny Auld works on the paral- lel bars to improve himself for C class competition. Gymnastics is divided into three competitive classes, A, B and C. C class participants perform the least difficult maneuvers on the gymnastic ap- paratus with a set routine. B class participants also perform a set routine, but it is harder than that of the C class. A class members, who perform the most difficult maneuvers, may do any set of tricks they desire in competition. Iniuries, Lack Of Numbers Hinder Pilot Gymnasts Row I: Thomas Morton, Francis Patoile, Gary Ar- hart, David Vickers, David Olson, Kenneth Auld 9 Coach Vernon Petersen, Michael Throngard, Charles Nightingale, Douglas Risbrudt, Bruce Nelson, James Nichols. Murray's gymnasts took a second, a third and a fifth in open meets during the season. The boys do not have a regular conference schedule but participate -in group meets during the season to prepare themselves for the Region Meet. This season Murray placed fourth in the Regional Meet. Individually, Jim Nichols was the outstanding team member. ln the Region he took second on the horse and sixth in free exercise. He was Murray's lone entrant in the State Meet. The personnel on the gym team was good but was hindered by lack of numbers, illnesses and iniuries. Right, B class member Mike Throngard does a shoulder stand on the parallel bars. Far left, Jim Nichols does a hand stand. Jim, an A class member, was the only Murray gymnast to qualify for the State Meet. -my WW 'www I U ,R ,,,.,,, ...V Y, mm... ,. ... ,..,-ms, Row I: Patrick Nelson, Elwood Enerson, James Nichols, Patrick Vernon Petersen 9 William Mitchell, Thomas Morton, Ronald Lieder, Broderick, Michael Bergmann, Frederic Ahlgren ' Dale Swanson, Steven Gasch. Gary Olson, Gary Fehrman, John Landis, Floyd Richardson, Coach Distance Runners Prove Strong Point For Cindermen Coach Vernon Peterse'n's trackmen were led individually by the long distance run- ners. The team as a whole captured fifth place in the City Meet. In conference meets held at Central Stadium, Murray fell victim to Harding 6l-44. Monroe defeated the cindermen 65-48 as the Pilots were unable to score well in all events. Half-miler Pat Broderick and miler Mike Bergmann gained entrance to the State Meet by performing excellently in the City Meet. Above right, half-miler Pat Brod- erick edges out Central's John Jack- son. In the City Meet the roles were reversed with Jackson taking first and Pat second. Above, Elwood Enerson clears the high bar. Elwood's height adapted well to high iumping and also to the hurdles which he ran. At right are Murray's milers Ted Granovsky and Mike Bergmann. Netmen Break Jinx, Post 5-3 In Conference Play Junior Lea Lippert, right, returns an oppo- nent's serve and posi- tions himself for the vol- ley. Lea was the team's third singles player. Far right, Jim Dexter smashes a serve at the opposition. Jim played first singles during the season but in the play- offs doubled up with the second singles man Jim Nylund to win the city doubles champion- ship. Murray's tennis team which for the last three seasons Murray 5 4 -'4'A -'-----" H Ufdlng 0 has had a 4-4 record finally broke the iinx. Murray 5 ...,.. ,..... W ashington 0 The outlook was bright as the netmen shut out Harding M . ' 5 ..,... ...... Mec h Art 0 Washington, Mechanic Arts and Monroe. urmy dmc S Then the future dimmed when Humboldt edged the Murray 5 ""-A ---------" Mo moe 0 Pilots 3-2 as did Wilson, and Central whitewashed the Murray 2 ....., .... , .. Humboldt 3 netmen O-5. The iinx breaker against Johnson was a tight Murray 0 Central 5 contest. Murray had won two matches and lost two as u they awaited the finish of the last doubles match. The Murray 2 'A4"' -'-4-- W 'lson 3 Pilots were victorious winning the meet 3-2. Murray 3 .,.,.. ......,. J ohnson 2 From left to right: James Nylund, William Watson, Lawrence Nightingale, Barclay Brasfed, James Dexter, Thomas Thorstenson Melander, Eric Narvaez, Leander Lippert, Trygg Hansen, Charles Steven Bergmann, Leon Narvaez, Coach Bernard Broderick. K y Varsity Defeats Wilson, Mechanics In Conference I 5 I i From top to bottom: Coach Robert Ritter, John Zellner, Gary Wand- Thomas Barrows, Mark Thompson, Gerald Crowell, Mgr. Fred Nutz, macher, Robert Allen, Dennis Lee, Keith Carlson, James Knutson, Luis Lopez, Kenneth Caldwell, James Pulsipher, Mgr. Jerry Hanna. t Bob Allen slides safely into third base during the , fourth inning of the Mechanics game. i l ! E lt's a hit . . . Mark Thompson raps out a single against . Wilson. Mark was the A-squad's regular catcher. 1 92 L... With only one senior on the squad, the baseball team lacked experience and suffered by losing six confer- ence games. The Pilots dropped their first two games to Washing- ton and Humboldt by identical i-3 scores. In the Johnson game the diamondmen scored five runs in the last two innings but were beaten 6-5. E Central beat our Pilots 4-2 before the boys gained victories over Wilson 3-1 and Mechanic Arts 4-0. The season ended in a O-4 loss to Monroe. Catcher Mark Thompson received Honorable Mention on the All-City team for his valuable play all season. Murray 1 ...,.. Murray 1 ...... Murray 5 ..r.... Murray 2 .,.... Murray 0 ,,,.., Murray 3 ...,,.. Murray 4 ,...,.. Murray 0 ........,...,,A.,r.4.rr,...,.,,.....,.....,,,.....,....... Washington 3 Humboldt 3 Johnson 6 Central 4 Harding 7 Wllsonl Mechanic Arts 0 Monroe 4 First baseman Keith Carlson takes a throw from the infield to retire a Johnson runner. Leaping for a wild throw is third baseman Bill Mantis. Bill grabed the ball and put the tag on a Wilson boy. Young Junior Varsity Team Builds For The Future , The B-squad baseball team, made up mostly of fresh- Wilson 4-2 and Monroe 14-6 while losing to Central men, compiled a 3-5 record in conference play. l-3, Mechanic Arts l-13, Johnson 7-18, Humboldt 0-3 The young diamondmen defeated Washington 8-7, and Harding 3-4. Row I: John Larson, Kerry Stein, Paul Raudenbush, Paul Fardig, Gregory Carlson, Martin Brandt, Steven Richard 0 Edward Merrell, James McTie, Mi- chael Broderick, Coach Daniel Sorenson, Kenneth Auld, David Hagen, Thomas Good, Richard Hahnen. a.........4a.iA,,.A-4-,,Y,- MAMA V Y Row 1: Ronald Peplinski, Robert Hebble, Thomas Gardner, John Arneman 9 Ronald Kuhn, Gerald Krueger, Richard Erick- son, Robert Strandquist, Coach Clarence Fulmek. Murray Linkmen Encounter Difficulty On Fairways Murroy's golfers posted a 2-6 record in City Confer- ence play. The linkmen's victories were posted against Mechanic Arts and Monroe. The scores were ll-4 and 9M-4M respectively. In the loss column Harding defeated our golfers ll-4. Other losses were handed the Pilots by Washington, l2V2-Qb, Central, ISMJ-lb, Wilson, 8-7, Johnson, l5-O and Humboldt, lO-5. Leading the golf squad was iunior Dick Erickson who consistantly posted low scores. Jim Stromberg, Gerald Krueger and John Arneman also did well for the Pilots on the fairways. Murray's Intramural Program Draws Large Turnout Q . 29 ' Q at if ,uf WWII To 7 - ' 'is - W Hgiiff I ' ,, -V. Ei? 'l 7, Q b 5 E fs J s ' The intramural program consists of four sports. Bowl- ing, hockey and softball are led by Mr. Pearson while Mr. Rose directs the basketball. Steve Johnsonfs "Bombers" captured the intramural hockey crown. Homeroom teams participated in the basketball program this year. R1 bowling, team and indi- vidual awards are presented at the end of each season. Baseball closes out the intramural sports program in the spring. Elwood Enerson throws up a lump ball between Gerry Pearson and John Swanson as Wally Knutson watches. M Club Members Honored For Athletic Achievement Row ls Gerald Laney, Richard Erickson, James Nylund, James Stromberg, Gary Fehrman, Floyd Richardson, William Mantis, Luis Lopez 9 Paul Rogen, Theodore Granovsky, Thomas Thorstenson, Valdis Smits, Dennis Lee, Barclay Brasted, Trygg Hansen, Michael Honored members of Murray's M Club have earned their letters by excelling in one or more of Murray's sports. Members must meet scholastic requirements as well as maintaining the standards ol a fine athlete. The letters are awarded at an awards assembly in the Sullivan 9 Mark Thompson, Gerald Crowell, James Knutson, Robert Allen, Keith Carlson, John Zellner, Gregory Page, Stephen Nelson, James Dexter. spring of each year. Otticers this year are Bill Mantis, president, Jerry Loney, vice-president, Ted Granovsky, secretary-treas- ure-r, and Keith Carlson, sergeant-at-arms. Mr. Vernon Peterson acted as advisor to this year's M Club. Row I: Michael Smith, Gary Olson, Delbert Cecchi, Martin Brandt, William Watson, Leander Lippert 9 Lowell Rostvit, Kenneth Cald- well, Jack Scherbert, Randall Baron, Patrick Broderick 9 James Pulsipher, Michael Halversen, Michael Bergmann, Elwood Enerson Frederic Ahlgren, James Perlich. Lag, Each year Murray's GAA has a number of activities or- ganized and lead by the GAA officers. Heading this year's group are, at right, Margaret Wolf, recording secretary, Kathleen Duncan, treasurer, Gayl Gayman, sec- retary, Jane Gilie, vice-presi- dent, and Priscilla Hager, president. Serving as the mainstay of the organization, these girls planned such ac- tivities as the Homecoming festivities, including the sale of buttons, an Easter tea for the faculty and a spring pic- nic following the award as- sembly. GAA advisor Mrs. Patricia Fritsche helped the girls with her enthusiasm and participation. New Gymnasium And Swimming Pool Aid GAA With the addition of Murray's new gymnasium and swimming pool, the Girl's Athletic Association has broadened its activities and increased participation. The purpose of GAA is to give freshmen through senior girls a chance to take part in athletic activities, enioy new sports and make new friends. The girls are organized into teams and compete for championships in various sports. Through this participation girls can earn letter awards by accumulating 1000 points over a three or four year period. An additional 500 points gains an All-City letter. Mrs. Patricia Fritsche is the GAA advisor. Row I: Kathleen Duncan, Gayl Gayman, Mariorie Sautter, 'Karen Lee, PGUlS0f1, COI'Ol HenClriCliSOf1 ' Joan COfffTlGn, Yvonne 5Wiflf0nf Bent! Joan Paskewitz, Susan Christiansen, Jo Ann Kenny 9 Carole Barthold, 50lmON, PfiSCill0 HGQSIW K0fl'1leeI1 Ni9lSOf'l, P0I'f16lC1 COIHSTOCK, KGFGN Margaret Wolf, Elizabeth Frost, Jane Gilie, Barbara Lembke, Janet Schroeder. GAA Sportheads Co-ordinate Activities For Girls GAA sportheads, chosen in the spring of their sopho- more year by olticers and previous sportheads, are kept busy choosing team captains, -organizing game schedules and helping the ofticers. Tumbling is the most improved of this year's super- vised sports because of added facilities. For the first time the girls were allowed to work with the parallel bars, the horse and the high bar. The trampoline and mats also got an increased workout. Row I: Jeanne EVN, Jayne Hanson, Karen Erickson, Jean Heaton, Alice Magnusson, Katherine Boyle, Kimberly Condie, Mildred Vong, Adrienne Anderson, Nancy Gisvold, Joanne Thoennes, Barbara Turn- quist, Susan Lindgren. Above left, Kathy Rudie and Elaine Miller wait their turn on the tramp while Diane Barthold sh-ows them how. Above, it's bottoms up as Mary Hokanson tries a shoulder stand on the parallel bars. Laurel Schmugge looks on as Joyce Johnson and Sandy Heron assist Mary. Left, Mrs. Fritsche supervises Vicky Beyer, Pam Roan, Nancy Uram, Bonnie Hassinger, Barb Souther, and Kathy McKay in doing the "merry-go-round". ,f 1? Ccmmunity Life : 1 Q u W inikv E ,W nz If 4 ---n.L. bg 4 Senior Activities Abler, Peter-Jr. Varsity Baseball I, Sr. Choir 4, Jr. Varsity Hockey I, Octette 4, Pilot Agent 4. Addis, Brian-Murcurie Agent 4. Allen, Karen-Business Cadettes 4, GAA I, Girls' League I, 2. Allen, Robert-Baseball 2-4, Jr. Varsity I, Canteen Board 3, Treas., Football 3, 4, Jr. Varsity I, 2, Hockey 3, Jr. Varsity I, 2, Intramurals I-4, M Club 3, 4, Murcurie Agent 2, Pilot Agent 3, Student Council Rep. 4, Swimming 4. Alwin, William-Cross Country I, Intramurals I-3, Latin Club I, Mur- curie Agent I, 2, Proiection Crew 3. Anderson, .lack-Basketball Mgr. I, Jr. Varsity Football I, Murcurie Agent 4, Student Council Rep. I. Arhart, Gary-Jr. Varsity Baseball I , Cross Country I , Football 3, Jr. Varsity 2, Gymnastics 2-4, M 'Club 2-4, Proiection Crew I, Track I, 4. Ashley, Marilyn-Band 3, 4, Letter Awards 4, Business Cadettes 4, Flag Twirlers 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2-4, Girls' League 2, Pom-pam Girl 4, Como Park Jr. High School I. Auld, Nancy-Business Cadettes 4, Pres., Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 2, FTA 4, GAA I, 2, Girls' League I, 2, Pilot Agent 4, Student Council Rep. 2. Aus, Evangeline-Jr. Choir I, GAA I, 4, Letter Award 4, Girls' League I, Latin Club I, Murcurie Reporter 4, Pilot Agent 4, Kristelig Gymna- sium, Oslo, Norway 2, 3. Baaon, Robert-not pictured. Barrick, Kathleen-Sr. Choir 3, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, German Club 3, 4, German Round Singers 3, 4, Girls' League I, 2, Latin Club I, 2, Library Club 3, 4. Barrows, Thomas-Band I-4, Letter Awards 2-4, Pres. 4, Baseball 2, 3, Jr. Varsity I, Boys' State 3, Football 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Jr. Varsity Hockey 2, Intramurals I-4, M Club 4, Student Council Rep. 4. Bar-thold, Carole-Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 2, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 4, Gorls' League I, 2, Homecoming Queen Cand. 4, Latin Club I-3, Library Club 3, 4, Program Chm. 4, Pilot Sports Ed. 4, Quill a-nd Scroll 3, 4, Sno Princess I, Soph. Class Board, Student Council Rep. 3, 4, Jr. Student Council Rep. I. Baukol, Kathleen-Band I, 2, Letter Award 2, Cheerleader 2-4, Capt. 3, GAA I-4, Letter Award 4, Girls' League I, 2, Latin Club I, 2, Murcurie Reporter 3, Pilot Sr. Class Ed. 4, Adv. Ed. 4. Beclriordan, Sally-FTA 4, GAA 3, 4, Girls' League 2, Sr. Class Play 4, Spanish Club 3, Student Council Rep. 3, 4. Bentley, John-Sr. Choir 4, Highland Park High School I, Monroe High School 2. Blume, Gary-Jr. Varsity Baseball I, 2, Jr. Varsity Football I, 2, Jr. Varsity Hockey 2. Boland, Dorothy-Band I-4, Letter Awards I-4, Board Rep. 3, Pres. 4, German Club I, Girls' League I, 2. Brasted, Barclay-Cross Country 2-4, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity I, 2, Latin Club I, 2, M Club 3, 4, Pilot Agent I-4, Tennis 3, 4. Brooks, Patricia-Jr. Choir 3, Sr. Choir 4, GAA 2, 3, Girls' League 3, Como Park Jr. High School I. Brown, Kenneth- Bergeson, John, not pictured-Como Park Jr. High School I. Carlson, Keith-Baseball 2-4, Jr. Varsity I, Football 3, 4, Jr. Varsity I, 2, Hockey 2-4, Jr. Varsity I, Intramurals I, 2, M Club 2-4, Sgt.- at-Arms 4, Pilot Agent I-3. Carroll, William-Baseball 4, Hockey 4, M Club 4, Cretin High School l'3. Cheney, Barbara -Business Cadettes 4, Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Co-Pilots 3, FTA 4, Girls' League I, 2. Cheney, Karen-Business Cadettes 4, Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Co- Pilots 2, FTA 4, Girls' League I, 2, Murcurie Agent 4. Christian, Michael-Canteen Board I-3, Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 2, German Club I, Library Club 2-4, Stage Force 2-4, Chief 3, 4. Christiansen, Susan-Jr. Choir I, Co-Pilots 2, FTA 3, 4, Program Chm. 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, All-City 4, Girls' League I, 2, Library Club 3, 4, Murcurie Agent 4, Accountant 4, Pilot Age-nt I, Accountant 4. Clarke, Charlotte-Jr. Choir I, Dramatic Club 4, GAA 2-4, Girls' League I, 2, Sr. Class Play 4, Spanish Club I-3. Coffman, Joan-Sr. Choir 3, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, Girls' League I, 2, Library Club 3, 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, News Ed. 4, Pilot Agent I, 2, Quill and Scroll 4. Comstock, Pamela-Band I, 2, Letter Awards I, 2, Dramatic Club 2-4, FTA 3, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, Sporthead 3, All City 4, German Club 3, 4, Girls' League I, 2, Latin Club I, 2, Murcurie Reporter 3, Feature Editor 4, Sr. Class Play 4. Crawford, Craig-Band 3-4, German Club I, 2, Library Club I-4, Student Council Rep. 3, Swimming 3, 4. Crowell, Gerald-Baseball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity I, 2, Canteen Board 3, Football 3, 4 Mgr. 2, Jr. Varsity I, 2, Intramurals I-4, M Club 3, 4, Pilot Agent I, 2, Spanish Club I, Student Council Rep. I. Deutsch, Jack- DeWitt, louis-German Club 3, 4, I-Ctin Cl'-Ib If 2: I-ibI'GfY Club 3, 4: Proiection Crew I. Dexter, John-Canteen Board 3, Football 2-4, Capt. 4, Jr. Varsity I, Hockey 2-4, Jr. Varsity I, Intramurals I-4, M Club 2-4, Murcurie Agent I, Pilot Agent 3, Sno Prince I, Soph. Class Board, Student Council Rep. I, 2, Tennis 2-4, Jr. Student Council Rep. I, Pres. I. Duncan, Kathleen-Canteen Board 3, GAA I-4, Letter 3, Sporthead 3, Treas. 4, Girls' League I, 2, Student Council Rep. 3. Durant, Darlene-Band 2-4, Business C-adettes 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Flag Twirlers 2-4, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, Girls' League I, 2, Pilot Agent 3, Typist 4, Pom Pom Girl 4. Enerson, Joan-GAA I-4, Girls' League I, 2, Girls' State 3, Jr. Class Sec., Latin Club I-4, Pres. 3, Library Club 2-4, 2nd V. Pres. 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Pilot Co-Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Soph. Class Sec., Sr. Class Sec. Senior Activities Erickson, .Ierilyn-Business Cadettes 4, Treas. 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA I, 2, Girls' League I, 2, Jr. Class Board, Otlice Force 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Student Counil Rep. 3. Erickson, Richard-Jr. Varsity Basketball I, 2, Football 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Golf I, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Intramurals I-3, M Club 3, 4, Student Council Rep. I. Erickson, Sherman- Etten, Nancy-Dramatic Club 3, 4, Girls' League I, 2, Pilot Agent 4. Evans, Elizabeth-Business Cadettes 4, Jr. Choir I , Sr. Choir 3, 4, FTA 4, Girls' League l, 2. Evans, Thomas-Jr. Choir I. Fehrman, Gary-Cross Country I-4, FTA 4, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity I, 2, Jr. Class Board, M Club 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 2, 4, Track 3, 4. Fishbeck, Jerome-Sr. Choir 4. Freier, David-Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, Jr. Varsity Basketball I , Sr. Choir I, Ottice Force I. Frost, Elizabeth-Band l, Cheerleader 2-4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, Sporthead 3, German Club 3, 4, Program Chm. 3, Pres. 4, Girls' League I, 2, Jr. Class Board, Murcurie Agent 2, Reporter 3, Pilot Art Ed. 4, Activities Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Soph. Class Board, Sr. Class Treas., Jr. Student Council Rep. I, Latin Club I-3. Fuller, Landon-Murcurie Agent 3, Student Council Rep. 3, 4. Gommel, Harold-Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 2, 3, Football Mgr. l, 2. Gayman, Gayl-Band I-4, Letter Awards I-4, Sec. 3, Cheerleader 2-4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, Sport- head 3, All-City 4, Corres. Sec. 4, German Club I-3, Program Chm. 2, Girls' League I, 2, Murcurie Agent 2, Reporter 3, Sports Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Sno Princess Cand. I, Student Council Rep. 3, 4, Sec. 3, All-City Rep. 3, All-City Sec. 4. Gear, John-Proiection Crew 2-4, Foreman 3, 4, Como Park Jr. High School I. Gilie, Jane-Jr. Choir I, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, Sporthead 3, V. Pres. 4, Girls' League I, 2, Jr. Class Board, Murcurie Agent 2, Reporter 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Student Council 2-4, Pilot Class Ed. 4, Index Ed. 4. Glander, Mikelyn-Jr. Choir 2, Sr. Choir 4, Dramatic Club 4, GAA 2, Girls' League 2, Como Park Jr. High School I. Granovsky, Theodore-Canteen Board 3, Cross Country 3, 4, Capt. 4, Jr. Varsity Football I, 2, Intramurals 2, 3, Library Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, M Club 3, 4, Sec.-Treas. 4, Murcurie Agent 4, Student Council Rep. 3, Track 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4. Gredvig, Lois-Dramatic Club 2-4, Program Chm. 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 4, Girls' League I, 2, Rep. 2, Murcurie Agent I, 3, Reporter 3, Activities Ed. 4, Quill and Sroll 4, Sr. Class Play 4. Gronert, David- Gunsell, Sandra-FTA 3, 4, GAA 2-4, German Club 2-4, Girls' League 2, Murcurie Agent 4. Hager, Priscilla-Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2-4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, All-City 4, Sporthead 3, Pres. 4, Girls' League I, 2, Jr. Class Board, Latin Club I-3, Murcurie Agent l, 3, Reporter 3, Pilot Activities Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Sno Princess Cand. I, Student Council Rep. 4, V. Pres. 4, Supply Store 4, Jr. Student Council Rep. I, Sec. I. Hansen, Trygg-Football 2-4, FTA 4, Hockey 3, 4, Intramurals I, M Club 3, 4, Murcurie Agent 2, Pilot Agent I, Student-Council Rep. I, 2, 4, Tennis 3, 4. Hartwick, Ann-Jr. Choir I, Dramatic Club 4, FTA 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, Girls' League I, 2, Latin Club I, 2, Murcurie Agent 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Soph. Class Board. Hayes, Bernard-Jr. Varsity Football 2, Proiection Crew I, 2, Student Council Rep. 2. Hendrickson, Carol-Band I-3, Letter Awards 2, 3, Business Cadettes 4, Program Chm. 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, All City 4, Sporthead 3, Girls' League I, 2, Murcurie 3, News Ed. 4, Copy Reader 4, Typist 4, Otlice Force 2, Sr. Class Play 4, Spanish Club I-3. Hestenes, Karen-GAA 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Eshowe High School, Zulu- land, Union of South Africa I-3. Hinx, Alan-Jr. Varsity Baseball 2. Jensen, Karen-Jr. Choir I , Girls' League I, 2, Maiorette 2-4, Mur- curie Agent 4. Jensen, Randina-Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 3, 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 4, Girls' League I, 2, Latin Club I, 2, Library Club 3, 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Co-Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 4. Jensen, Raymond-Band I, 3, 4, Letter Awards I, 4, Jr. Varsity Basket- ball l, 2, Cross Country I, 2, Latin Club 2, Intramurals 3, Library Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Board 4. Johnson, Kathleen-Band I-4, Letter Awards I-4, Girls' League I, 2, Latin Club. Johnson, Mona-Jr. Choir l, Sr. Choir 2-4, FTA 4, GAA I, Girls' League I, 2, Pilot Agent 4, Triple Trio 4. Johnston, Lindo-Girls' League l, 2, Spanish Club 3, 4. Kampa, Joan-Jr. Choir I, Dramatic Club 2-4, Pres. 4, FTA 3, 4, Sec. 4, GAA I, 2, German Club 2, 4, Girls' League l, 2, Latin Club I, Murcurie Agent 2, Reporter 3, Office Force 3, Pilot Sr. Class Ed. 4, Index Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Student Council Rep, I, 3. Keller, Kenneth-Band 2-4, Jr. Varsity Basketball 3, Wrestling 4, Moundsview High School I. Kenny, Jo Ann-Dramatic Club 3, 4, Sec. 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, German Club 3, 4, German Round Singers 3, 4, Girls' league l, 2, Latin Club I, 2, Library Club 2-4, Student Council Rep. 3. Klarkowski, Susan-Canteen Board 3, Sr. Choir 2, 4, GAA 2, 3, Girls' League 2, St. Bernard's High School I. Knopp, Marilyn-FTA 4, GAA 3, German Club 3, Girls' League 2, Como Park Jr. High School I. Knudsen, Bonnie-Co-Pilots 2, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 4, GAA I-4, Girls' League I, 2, Pilot Agent 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Spanish Club I, 2. Knutson, James-Baseball 3, 4, Basketball 3, 4, Capt. 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Football 3, 4, Capt. 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Intramurals 2, 3, M Club 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 4, Jr. Varsity Track 2. Koep, Thomas- Kollsch, Charles, not pictured-Alexander Ramsey High School I-3. Koeper, Kenneth-Sr. Choir 2-4, V. Pres. 4, Intramurals I, 2, Octette 3, 4, Pilot Agent. Kottke, Arthur, not pictured-German Club 4, Wrestling 4, Central High School, Minneapolis I-3. IOI Senior Activities Kruskopf, Joan-Jr. Choir 2, FTA 3, 4, GAA I, 2, 4, Girls' League I, 2, Latin Club I, Pilot Agent 4, Sr. Class Play 4. Kuhn, Kathleen-GAA 4, Boardman High School, Youngstown, Ohio I-3. Kwong, Gary-Band 2-4, Letter Awards 2-4, Treas. 4, German Club I-4, Library Club 2-4. Le Clair, Cheri-Business Cadettes 4, Jr. Choir I, Dramatic Club 4, GAA 2-4, Girls' League I, 2, Homecoming Queen Cand. 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Sr. Class Board. le Clair, Janet-Business Cadettes 4, Sec. 4, Jr. Choir I, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, Girls' League I, 2, Latin Club I, 2, Pilot Agent I, Student Council Rep. 4. Lee, Dennis-Baseball 2-4, Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Football 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, lntramurals 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 3, 4, Como Park Jr. High School I. Lee, Karen-Band I-4, Letter Awards I, Sec. 4, Cawnteen Board 3, FTA 3, 4, Pres. 4, GAA I-4, Sporthead 3, Letter Award 3, All City 4, German Club I-3, Girls' League I, 2, Rep. I, Murcurie Agent 3, Reporter 3, Sports Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pres. 4, Student Council Rep. 4. Lembke, Barbara-Jr. Choir I, Sec. I, Sr. Choir 2, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, German Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, German Round Singers 3, Girls' League I, 2, Jr. Class Rep., Latin Club I-3, Program Chm. 2, Library Club 3, 4, Rec. Sec. 4, Murcurie Reporter 3, Feature Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Treas. 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Sno Princess Cand. I, Student Council Rep. I, 2. Lexcen, Allen- Lieder, Ronald-Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, Cross Country 4, Hockey Mgr. 4, lntramurals I-4, Murcurie Artist 3, 4, Pilot Artist 3, 4, Track 4, Wilson High School 3. loney, Gerald-Canteen Board 3, Chm., Cross Country 2-4, Jr. Varsity Football I, Dramatic Club I-4, V. Pres. 4, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity I, 2, lntramurals I, 2, Jr. Class Board, Latin Club I, Library Club 2-4, M Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, Murcurie Agent I, 3, Reporter 3, Sports Ed. 4, Pilot Agent 2, Proiection Crew I, Quill and Sroll 4, Sr. Class Pres., Student Council Rep. I, 3, 4, Treas. 4. Lopez, Angel-Baseball 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Wrestling 4, Joan of Arc High School, New York City, New York I, 2. Mantis, William-AFS Student 3, Baseball 2-4, Jr. Varsity I, Canteen Board 3, Football 2-4, Jr. Varsity I, Jr. Class V. Pres., Latin Club I, 2, Pres. 2, Library Club 2-4, Corres. Sec. 4, M Club 2-4, Pres. 4, Sno Prince Cand. I, Soph Class Pres., Student Council Rep. 2, 4, Pres. 4. Marguette, Patricia-Business Cadettes 4, FTA 4, Girls' League I, 2, Latin Club I. Marsh, Dan-Jr. Varsity Basketball I, 2, Sr. Choir 4, Cross Country I, lntramurals 3, Wrestling 4. Melander, Donald-Band 4, Letter Award 4, Class Board 4, Como Park Jr. High School I. Moor, Victoria-GAA I-4, German Club 3, 4, German Round Singers 3, Girls' League I, 2, Latin Club I, Library Club 3, 4, Pilot Sr. Class Ed. 4, Adv. Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sec. 4, Student Council Rep. I, 3. Morton, Thomas-Cross Country 4, Football 3, Gymnastics 4, Jr. Var- sity Hockey 2, lntramurals 3, Track 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, Nazareth Hall I. Narvaez, leon-Cross Country 3, FTA 3, 4, German Club 2-4, lntra- murals 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Tennis 2-4 Colegio Americana Guda- laiara, Jalisco, Mexico, I, Colegio Nueva Granado, Bogota, Columbia 4. Nelson, Stephen-Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity I, 2, Cross Country I, 2, 4, M Club 3, 4, lntramurals I-4, Student Council 3, 4, Track 4, Jr. Varsity I, 2. Nichols, James-Jr. Varsity Baskeball I, Fooball 3, Jr. Varsity I, 2, Gymnastics I-4, Capt. 4, Homecoming Mgr. 4, lntramurals 2-4, Jr. Class Rep., M Club 2-4, Track 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2. Nielsen, Kathleen-Band I, 2, Letter Awards I, 2, Business Cadettes 4, Cheerleader 2-4, Capt. 4, Sr. Choir 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, All City 4, Girls' League I, 2, Jr. Class Rep., Murcurie Agent 2, Office Force 2, Sr. Class Play 4, Spanish Club I-3, Supply Store 4. Nightingale, Charles-Dramatic Club 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, FTA 3, 4, Gymnastics 3, 4, Latin Club 2-4, Murcurie Agent 4, Pilot Agent 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Student Council Rep. 2, Tennis 3, 4. Nutz, Andrew-Baseball Mgr. 3, 4, Basketball Mgr. 3, Football 3, 4, lntramurals 3, M Club 3, 4. Nylund, James-Cross Country 4, Football 2, 3, German Club 2, 3, Hockey 3, 4, Jr. Varsity 2, lntramurals 2, M Club 2-4, Student Council Rep. 4, Tennis 2-4. Odegaard, Janet-Business Cadettes 4, Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 3, 4, Co-Pilots 3, FTA 3, GAA 2, Girls' League l, 2. Olson, Sandra-Band I-4, Letter Award 4, Girls' League I, 2, Home- coming Queen 4, Jr. Class Rep. 3, Maiorette I-4, Capt. 3, 4, Student Council 4, Pom Pom Girl 4, Co-Chm. 4. Otto, Jeffery-Dramatic Club 4, FTA 3, 4, V. Press. 4, Gymnastics 2, Homecoming Mgr. 4, Latin Club I, Library Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Play 4. Page, Gregory-Baseball 3, 4, Canteen Board 3, Football 2-4, JT. Varsity I, FTA 4, Hockey 3, 4, Co-Capt. 3, 4, Jr. Varsity I, 2, Intra- murals I-3, Jr. Class Pres., Latin Club I, M Club 2-4, Murcurie Agent 2, 3, Reporter 3, Pilot Sports Ed. 4, Prom Chm. 3, Quill and Scroll 4, Soph. Class Board, Sr. Class Board, Student Council Rep. 4, Jr. Varsity Track 2. Paske-witz, Joan-Band 2, 3, Letter Awards 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2-4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, German Club I-4, Girls' League I, 2, Library Club 2-4, Murcurie Agent 2, Reporter 3, 4, Business Manager 4, Adv. Ed. 4, Photographer 4, Pilot Agent I, Photograiprer 4, Quill and Scroll 4, V. Pres. 4, Sr. Class Play 4. Pass, Roger-Cross Country 3, 4, Football 3, Gymnastics 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, Swimming 4, Tennis 2, 3, Track 4, Como Park Jr. High School I. Patoile, Franke-Gymnastics 4, Jr. Varsity Hockey 2. Paulson, Janet-Business Cadettes 4, Canteen Board 3, Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 2-4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, Sport- head 3, Girls' League I, 2, Office Force 4, Pilot Agent 3, Soph. Class Board. Peterson, Michael-Sr. Choir 4. Peterson, Glenda-Sr. Choir 2-4, FTA 4, GAA 2, Girls' League 2, Rep. 2, Office Force 3, Pilot Agent 3, Como Park Jr. High School I. Pitts, Reginald-Sr. Choir 4, Football 3, Hockey Mgr. I-4, Octette 4. Pomeroy, Catherine-Jr. Choir 2, Co-Pilots l, FTA 3, GAA I'-4, Girls' League I, 2, Murcurie Agent I, Spanish Club 2. Pranke, Daniel-Sr. Choir 2, 4. Quam, Shari-GAA I, 2, Girls' League I, 2, Murcurie Agent 3, Pilot Agent 2. Reuteler, Jeannine-Jr. Choir I, Sr. Choir 2-4, Co-Pilots 2, FTA 4, GAA 2-4, Girls' League I, 2. Senior Activities Rice, Barbara-Band I-4, Letter Awards l-4, GAA l-4, Girls' League l, 2, Latin Club I, 2, Murcurie Agent 3, Pilot Agent l. Richardson, Floyd-Basketball 2, 3, lntrafmurals 2, M Club 3, 4, Stu- dent Council Rep. 3, 4, Track 2-4. Risbrudt, Douglas-Gymnastics 3, 4, Intramurals 2, Murcurie Agent l, Pilot Agent 2, Track 4. Rogen, Paul-Basketball 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Sr. Class Board, Anaconda High School, Anaconda, Montana l, 2. Rogness, Peter-Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity l, 2, Jr. Varsity Football l, 2, German Club 3, Treas. 3, Latin Club l, 2, Library Club 2-4, Student Council Rep. 3. Sakaki, Hiroyuki-Basketball 4, Cross Country 4, M Club 4, Library Club 4, Student Council 4, AFS Exchange Student 4, Meidai-Fuzoku High School, Nagoya, Japan. Salmon, Betty-Canteen Board 3, FTA 3, 4, GAA l-4, Letter Award 3, All City 4, Sporthead 3, Girls' League l, 2, Pilot Agent l, 2, Sr. Class Board. Sandberg, David-Office Force 2, Proiection Crew l, 3, 4, Foreman 4, Como Park Jr. High School l. Sautter, Mariorie--Sr. Choir 2, 3, FTA 3, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, German Club l-4, Girls' League i, 2, Murcurie Reporter 3, 4, Copy Ed. 4, Exchange Ed. 4. Schaller, Sandra-Sr. Choir 4, GAA l-3, Girls' League l, 2. Schanke, Lynn-Sr, Choir 2, 3, German Club 3, German Round Singers 3, 4, Girls' League 2, Highland Park Jr. High School l. Schmidt, Raymond-Band l-4, Letter Award i-4, Stage Faroe 3, 4. Scholz, Joanne-Business Cadettes 4, Sr. Choir I, FTA 4, Girls' League l, 2, Otlice Force 2. Schroeder, Karen-Jr. Choir i, Dramatic Club 2-4, FTA 3, 4, Treas. 4, GAA I-4, Letter Award 3, German Club l-4, Girls' League i, 2, Ottice Foroe 4, Pilot Agent 3, Co-Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sr. Class Board, Murcurie Reporter 3. Shulstad, Robert- Shuster, Andrea-Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2-4, Girls' League 2, Murcurie Reporter 3, 4, Photographer 4, Adv. Ed. 4, Pilot Photographer 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Soph. Class Board, Student Council Rep. 4, Archbishop Murray Memorial High School l. Slettom, Mary Jo-Canteen Board 3, Jr. Choir l, Sr. Choir 2, 3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA l-4, Letter Award 3, Sporthead 3, Girls' League i, 2, Homecoming Queen Cand. 4, Jr. Class Board, Latin Club I, 2, Library Club 2-4, Pres. 4, Octette 2, 3, Pilot Agent I, Business Manager 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Sno Princess Cand. l, Soph. Class Board, Student Council Rep. 3. Slifer, Anita-Jr. Choir l, FTA 3, 4, GAA I-3, Girls' League I, 2, Pilot Class Ed. 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Student Council Rep. 2. Smith, Susan-Sr. Choir 2, Dramatic Club 3, 4, FTA 3, Latin Club 2. Smits, Valdis-Jr. Varsity Baseball 2, Basketball 3, 4, Homecoming Mgr. 4, M Club 3, 4, Student Council Rep. l, V. Pres. l. Sorensen, Meridee-Sr. Choir 4, GAA 2-4, German Club 2-4, Girls' League 2, Murcurie Agent 3. Sparr, Gary-Jr. Varsity Hockey 2, Como Park Jr. High School l. Steinhauser, Robert-Sr. Choir 3, 4, Hazel Park Jr. High School l, Harding High School 2. Stromberg, James-Sr. Choir 2-4, Pres. 4, Golf 2-4, Library Club 3, 4, M Club 2-4, Octette 2-4. Sullivan, Michael-Football 2, Jr. Varsity l, Gymnastics l, Home- cmoing Mgr. 4, Class Board, M Club l-4, Murcurie Agent l, Sno Prince Cond, I, Student Council Rep. 4, Library Club 2-4, Sgt.-at- Arms 4. Swinton, Yvonne-Co-Pilots 3, FTA 2, 3, GAA l-4, Letter Award 3. All-City 4, Girls' League i, 2. Talbott, Susan-Jr. Choir l, FTA 3, GAA I-4, Girls' League 'l, 2, Latin Club l, 2, Library Club 2-4, Murcurie Agent 3, Reporter 3, Co-Editor 4. Thistle, Sharon-Band 2-4, Letter Award 4, Jr. Choir l, FTA 3, 4, GAA l, 2, Girls' League l, 2, Maiorette 2-4, Pom-pom Girl 4. Thompson, Mark-Baseball i-4, Boys' State 3, Football 2-4, Jr. Var- sity l, Hockey 2-4, Co-Capt. 3, 4, Jr. Varsity l, Jr. Class Board, Latin Club l, 2, M Club 2-4, Sr. Class V. Pres., Student Council Rep. l. Thorstenson, Thomas-Basketball 3, 4, Jr. Varsity l, 2, Homecoming Mgr. 4, Jr. Class Board, Latin Club l, 2, Treats. 2, Library Club 2-4, lst V. Pres. 4, M Club 2-4, Sr. Class Play 4, Sno Prinoe Cand. l, Soph. Class V. Pres., Tennis 2-4. - Turi, James-Baseball 4, Dramatic Club 4, Intramurals 4, M Club 4, Sr. Class Play 4, Cretin High School l-3. Wachhalz, Karen-Band 4, Letter Award 4, Business Cadettes 4, Sr. Choir 3, Flag Twirler 4, GAA l-4, Girls' League l, 2, Ollice Foroe 4, Student Council Rep. 3, Pom-pom Girl 4. Wagoner, JoAnn-Band l-4, Letter Award 4, Business Cadettes 4, Flag Twirler l-4, Capt. 4, Girls' League l, 2, Office Force 3, Sr. Class Board 4, Pom-pom Girl 4, Co-Capt. 4. Warner, James-Sr. Choir 2-4, FTA 4. Warner, John-Baseball Mgr. 3, Sr. Choir. Webber, Kathleen-Business Cadettes 4, Pres. 4, Jr. Choir 2, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2, Girls' League l, 2, Ottice Force 4. Weber, Kathleen-Business Cadettes 4, Canteen Board 3, Jr. Choir l, Sr. Choir 2-4, Librarian 4, Girls' Sextet 2, GAA i-3, Letter Award 3, Sporthead 3, Girls' League 1, Student Council Rep. 2. White, Richard-Intramurals 2, Murcurie Agent 2, Pilot Agent 3, Swimming 4, M Club 4. Willard, Terrance-Como Park Jr. High School i. Wolf, Margaret-Aquatic League 4, Band l-4, Letter Award 2, Cheer- leader 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, GAA l-4, Letter Award 3, All-City 4, Sporthead 3, Rec. Sec. 4, German Club l-4, Girls' League l, 2, Homecoming Queen Cand. 4, Jr. Class Treas., Maiorettes I-3, Capt. 3, Murcurie Agent l, 2, Pilot Agent 2,. 3, Sr. Class Play 4, Soph. Class Treas., Student Council Rep. 2. Yackel, Robert- Zellner, John-Baseball l-4, Capt. 3, Football 3, 4, Jr. Varsity l, 2, Hockey 2-4, Jr. Varsity l, Intramurals 2, M Club 2-4, Pilot Agent 3, 4. I ir l l L l f I i I l l y 104 . We Owe Much To Our Parents Who Have Guided Us Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Abler Mrs. Vera L. Anderson Mr. and Mrs. B. Ashley Mr. and Mrs. George Aus Mrs. Virginia M. Barrows Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Gladys Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Barthold C. M. Baukol David M. Bentley LuVerne S. Boland Marvin Cheney James R. Christianson J. Robert Coffman Verne Comstock Bryce Crawford, Jr. L. Crowell A. J. Dexter K. J. Duncan August M. Enerson Mrs. Lucille Erickson Mr. and Mrs. John L. Etten Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Freier Mr. and Mrs. Gale C. Frost Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Gammel and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Walter Gayman, Sr John L. Geer L. A. Gilie Vernon Glander A. A. Granovsky Arnold H. Gredvig George P. Hager Henry L. Hansen William L. Hartwick C. Edward Hendrickson Erling Hestenes Henry W. Jensen James H. Jensen Richard C. Jensen Jerome C. Johnson Donald J. Kampa Robert N. Kenny E. Klarkowski Edward A. Knopp Charles Knudson W. R. Knudson Ray Kruskopf Anton LeClair Through Our Changing And Most Difficult Years Mrs. L. M. LeClair Mrs. Geneva Lee Mr. and Mrs. Winton Lem-bke Mr. and Mrs. Thorwald Loney Mr. and Mrs. George Mallory Mr. and Mrs. Donald Melander Mr. and Mrs. Jules L. Moor Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Nels O. Nielsen Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nightingale Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nutz Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Odegaard Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Olson Mrs. Sara Page Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paskewitz Mr. and Mrs. Al Paulson Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Peterson Dr. and Mrs. Ben S. Pomeroy Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Reuteler Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Rice Rev. and Mrs. Alvin H. Rogen Mr. and Mrs. Alvin N. Rogness Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Salmon Mr. Dr. Mr. Mr. Mr Mr Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Sandberg and Mrs. Jay H. Sautter and Mrs. W. A. Schaller and Mrs. Raymond E. Schmidt and Mrs. Walter L. Schroeder and Mrs. Edward E. Slettom and Mrs. Leigh F. Slifer and Mrs. George Smits and Mrs. W. H. Sorenson and Mrs. Herbert W. Sparr Mr Mr. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Wallace Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. James E. Stromberg John P. Sullivan J. Swinton . Forrest Talbott George A. Thistle Rev. and Mrs. Conrad Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thorstenson Geo J. Wachholz C. W. 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