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Members of Mr. Lloyd Marengo's senior physics class
Rick Givans, Barb Comstock and Dave Hagen earnestly
observe the volumetric experiment their fellow class-
mate Mark Halvorson is performing. This is iust another
example of how students learn by doing.
Tenth grade biology students Linda Gilbert and
Nancy Whitcomb study the leaf collections of previous
years, while their fellow classmate Lyning Peterson
examines some micro-organisms under the microscope.
Mr. Ritter's biology classes also do dissecting later in
Informal Atmosphere Aids In Learning Experience
General science student Kathy Threlkeld shows her
fellow classmates, Gary Rozenberg and Don Winge the
rotation pattern of the many satellites. Mr. Pearson's
eighth grade general science classes not only study the
solar system but elementary experiments as well.
Pictured above are seniors Margaret Mullin and Wil-
liam Blue, who are examining a Wimshurst induction
machine, commonly known as a static generator. This
is iust one of the many machines with which physics
students use to prove theories.
Sophomore David Gasch and
Mr. Wilford Parnell determine
the degree of an angle.
Junior Doug Keating, senior Carol Arnold and
sophomore Wally Knutson are looking at the various
geometric figures used in Mr. Parnell's math class.
These geometric figures aid in the explanation of plane
and solid geometry. Mr. Parnell, their teacher, also
teaches higher algebra. l
Students Acquire Knowledge And Increase Interest
Mr. Vernon Peterson's health classes are studying
the human torso. Max Reiter, John Rottach and Nathan
Thompson are showing their classmates where the
organs are located. The health classes were formed to
help students realize how important their health is to
themselves, and to those around them. The classes are
held every three weeks, alternating with swimming and
Interior decorating students Candy Brobakken, Sue-
Razskazoff, and Jane Bergeson display some example:
of the intricate and unique house plans that they workeo
on during the school year. They learned the use ol
color in design and many other decorating technics
Their instructor, Mrs. Barbara Arola, is new to Murray
Library staff worker Carol Christianson is checking
Ebook out for senior Sue Christopherson. The staff is
ade up of students who have completed the LC prep
Enourse and passed the test to become Library Club
By Classroom Participatio
Seniors Sharon Ross, LaVonne Schultz and Laurie
Schmugge are doing mimeographing for Miss Helseth
in secretarial practice. The students learn the use of
the mimeograph and other office equipment for future
Bill Dow and Marilyn Cross are at the board work-
ing out an exercise in French class. The course, taught
by Mr. Bill Addison, was offered for the first time at
ln A School Atmosphere
Seniors Claire Milham and Kerry Stein are reading
Macbeth and Hamlet. These two readings are required
for all senior English classes. The program helps to get
a better understanding of English literature and its ideas.
Mr. Leslie Tripp has faithfully served Murray as
principal for ll years. He is responsible for co-
ordinating school activities and for keeping a
good atmosphere between faculty and students.
Mr. George Kirkeby is Murray's new assistant
principal. Previously, he was the assistant prin
cipal at Washington High for nine years. He at
tended the University of Minnesota and Luther
Mrs. Betsy Barnes is the iunior clerk at Murray.
Mrs. Doris Olds is Murray's social worker and
visiting teacher. Mr. Leon King, the school librar-
Constituting Murray's able guidance staff are
Mr. James Palmer, Miss Gladys Rose, and new to
Murray, Mr. Jay Ettinger, who spends time at
ian, is also the advisor of Library Club. The school
nurse is Mrs. Viola Peterson. ln charge of keeping
the office organized is senior clerk Mrs. Ruth Trost.
Mr. James Palmer, guidance counselor, helps
to rearrange and smooth out conflicting sched-
ules of seventh graders Julie Bauman and Ann
Curiosity, Patience Are Best Aids To Gain Wisdom
Mr. Ronald Causton teaches history. Miss Vir- Mr. Charles Rogers teaches American history
ginia Fertig teaches American and world history. and social studies. Mr. Bernard Quinn teaches
Mr. Gerald Line, A.F.S. Committee advisor, also social studies. Basketball coach Mr. George Rose,
teaches history. teaches social studies.
Mr. Vernon Peterson, the gymnastic coach,
teaches boy's physical education classes. Both
Mrs. Janet Shields and Miss Patricia Lightbourn
teach all the girl's physical education, swimming
Mr. Lloyd Marengo teaches physics. Mr. Robert
Ritter teaches biology. Mr. .lohn Pearson teaches
general science. Mr. Reno Rossini, not shown,
and health classes. Mr. Edward Porthan is a
teacher of boy's physical education classes and
also coaches Murray's swimming team.
Chemistry teacher Mr. Reno Rossini is demon-
strating to seniors Carol Christianson and Mike
Lipke a titration experiment concerning volume.
With Wisdom, Humor, Patience, Teachers Guide Us
Mrs. Mary Perkins teaches English. Mr. Gerald
Skelly teaches English, speech and is advisor to
Dramatic Club. Miss Florence Vest teaches English.
Miss Karin Peterson teaches German and Eng-
lish. Mr. Bill Addison teaches English, Latin and
French. Mrs. Lorraine Conley teaches English and
Mr. Wilford Parnell teaches mathematics. Mr.
Clarence Fulmek teaches mathematics. Mrs. Lucille
Smith teaches mathematics. Mr. James Ashworth
Mr. John Lape teaches English and Journalism.
He advises the Murcurie and Pilot staffs. Mrs.
Carol Williamson and Mr. Edward Datko teach
teaches mathematics and is Sophomore Class Ad-
visor. Mr. Bernard Broderick teaches mathematics.
He coaches cross-country, hockey and "A" tennis.
Shown here is Mr. Skelly during Dramatic Club
initiation giving his portrayal of Boris Karloff.
Forward Leading Us To Success And Knowledge
Mrs. Barbara Arola teaches home economics.
Mr. Peter Merila Teaches basic business, typing
and bookkeeping. Miss Valborg Helseth teaches
Mr. Sorenson is busy guiding the students in
his art classes to use their imagination to create
obiects that have artistic value.
Mr. Alex Heron teaches geo., social studies,
and band. He is the athletic director. Miss Mar-
iorie Rusch teaches gen. music, directs the choir
shorthand, secretarial practice, clerical practice,
typing and mathematics. Mr. Robert Korpi teaches
drafting and woodshop.
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the unfinished teachers' room. When completed it
will have a kitchen and studying facilities.
and octette. Mr. Frederick Bunce teaches art and
Eng. Mr. Eugene Pose teaches ind. arts and metal
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The ladies who are responsible for providing stu- O'Dwyre, head cook, Mrs. Ethel Agnew, baker, Mrs.
dents and faculty with hot lunches are Mrs. Leona New- Audrey Greschner, salad maker, and Mrs. Helen Peter-
quist, in charge of milk and ice cream, Mrs. Winifred sen who serves the prepared food.
Pictured are four men who create and maintain a and Leroy Starner. The ianitors, as well as the students
clean, pleasant atmosphere around Murray. They are and faculty, have appreciated the "new face" Murray
George Sutherlin Sr., Martin Gilsrud, Vetalis Soderman has received. The new paint has added much to our
The new assistant engineer, Mr. Marvin House is the chief en- Mrs. Mariorie Bundy helps keep
David Nims, keeps the new build- gineer at Murray. He is head custo- our school clean. She has been
ing open at night for students use. dian and a friend to all. with us for threel years.
Senior officers Steve Johnson, President, Kathi
Vice-President, Marcia Briggs, Secre-
ry, and Jim Wolf, Treasurer, are discussing
lans for graduation. These officers worked
ith the advisors in a fine spirit of harmony and
-operatio'n throughout the entire year.
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ll seniors. Everything must be perfect, including
e gowns. This year the class chose pale gold
owns for the girls and blue-black ones for the
oys. Here Kathy Weber fits Pat Nelson for a
own while Kathleen Rudie tries one on for size.
Doing an excellent iob of advising Murray's
senior class of i965 are Mr. Edward Datko and
Mr. Gerald Line. Among their maior responsi-
bilities were planning and chaperoning the class
trip, seeing that all graduation committees func-
tion properly and presiding over the monthly
As Stepping Stone To Future
Making one of the monthly payments towards
the senior class trip is Mary Hokanson. Susan
Schroeder collects the money, while Lynn Elvester
keeps an accurate record. The trip to New York
City, by train, was scheduled for May 6-10.
With 41 students participating, a day at the
World's Fair was planned.
ABEI., OWEN- Hockey Jr. Var. I, 2, Sr.
Var. Mgr. 3, 4.
ALLRED, RICHARD- German Club 1, 2,
Golf 2, School Service 'l-4.
ANDERSON, LYNDA- Aquatic League 2,
Choir Sr. 4, Dramatic Club 4, FTA 3, GAA
2-3, Latin Club 3, Pilot agent 4, Como Park
We Pause As Time Flies
ABRAHAM, RICHARD- Baseball Sr. Var.
3, 4, Letter award 3, 4, Basketball Sr.
Var. 3, 4, Letter award 3, Football Sr. Var.
3, 4, Letter award 3, 4, Golf 2, Letter
award 2, Jr. Class Treos., M Club 2-4,
Sec. Treos., Prom Comm., Student Council
Rep. 4, Blarney Ball Cond. 2, Madison
West, Madison, Wisconsin I.
ADDIS, ROGER- School Service 3, 4.
AMRHIEN, RICHARD- Latin Club 1, M
Club 3, 4, School Service 2-4, Student
Council Rep. 4, Swimming 3, 4, Letter
award 3, 4, Co-capt. 4.
AMUNRUD, GARY- Cross country 2, 3,
Letter award 3, M Club 2-4, Track Sr. Var.
2-4, Letter award 2, School Service I-4.
ANDERSON, BRUCE- Basketball Sr. Var.
2-4,Letter award 2, Homecoming Queen
Mgr. 4, M Club 2-4, School Service 3, 4.
ANDERSON, GARY- Baseball Jr. Var. 2,
Football Jr. Var. 2, M Club 2-4, Swimming
2-4, Letter award 2-4, Como Park Jr. High.
To Ponder Over Experiences
ARNEMAN, .lOHN- Basketball Jr. Var. 1
German Club 2, 3, Treas., Golf 2, 3, Home-
coming Queen Mgr. 4, Jr. Class Board
Latin Club 1, Library Club 2-4, Sarg.-at
Arms, M Club 2-4, Student Council Rep. 2,
3, Swimming 3, 4, Letter award 3, 4.
AUl.D, KENNETH- Baseball Jr. Var. 1, 2,
Sr Var 3 4 Letter award 3, 4, Football
Jr Var 1 Sr Var. 2-4, Letter award 3, 4,
Gymnastics 3, 4, Letter awards 3, 4, M
Club 3 4 Spanish Club.
AUSTAD, SUSAN- GAA 1-3, Murcurie
Business Mgr. 4, Reporter 3.
AZURE, VINCENT- Baseball Jr. Var. 1, 2,
r Var 3 4 Letter award 3, 4, Basketball
Jr Var 1 2 Sr. Var. 3, 4, Letter award
3 4 Choir Sr. 1-4, M Club 3, 4, Operetta
1 3 School service 4.
BACON, RICHARD- M Club 3, Swimming
3, 4, Letter award 3.
BANTLE, GRETCHEN- GAA 2-4, German g
Club 2-4, Library Club 3, 4, Como Park
3 Latin Club 1 2 Treas 2 M Club 24
BARSCH, ROSALIND- FTA 4, GAA 1-4,
German Club 3, 4, School service 3, 4.
ARNOLD, CAROL- Choir Jr., GAA 2, 3,
School service 4.
BARTLETT, .lOY-l.YNN- Choir Sr. 1-4- .,
Dramatic Club 4, FTA 3, 4, Latin Club 1
tette 24' O eretta 2 3 Spanish Club
Oc - : P I 1
3, 4, Student Council Jr. 1, Sr. 3, 4, Sec.
Rep. 2, 4.
BAUMAN, BETTY- Aquatic League 2, 4, BERGESON, JANE- FTA 3, 4, GAA 2, 3,
Choir Sr. 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2-4, Library Letter award 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Como
Club 3, 4, Murcurie agent 3, Reporter 3, Park Jr. High.
Operetta 3, Pilot Sr. Ed. 4, Spanish Club
Park Jr. High.
BONE, RICHARD- Choir Sf. 3, 4, School
service 2, Operetta 3.
Como Park Jr. High.
BRANDT, MARTIN- Baseball Jr. Var. I, 2,
Cross-country 1-4, Letter award I-4, Capt.
4, German Club 2, Hockey Jr. Var. I, M
Club l-4, Track Sr. Var. 3, 4, Letter award
3, 4, Pilot agent 2, Student Council Rep. 3.
BRINGS, JOAN- Choir Sr. 2-4 accompan-
ist, FTA 4, GAA 4, Triple Trio accompan-
ist 3, Octette accompanist 2, 4, Operetta
accompanist 2, 3, Spanish Club 4, Coma
Park Jr. High.
BRIGGS, MARCIA- Aquatic League 2-4,
Pres. 4, GAA 2-4, Letter award 3, Home-
coming Queen Cand. 4, Jr. Class Board,
Soph. Class Sec., Sr. Class Sec., Como
Park Jr. High.
BERNARD, GARY- School service 4.
BLUE, WILLIAM- Spanish Club 3, 4, Como
BOYD, PAULINE- Choir Sr. 4, GAA 2, 3,
The Faculty Aids Us
BROBAKKEN, CANDACE- GAA 3, 4,
agent 2, School service 2, Spanish Club
4, Como Park Jr. High.
As We Plan For Our Future
BRODERICK, MICHAEL Band I Letter
award I Baseball Jr Var I Boys State
Fo tball Jr Var I 2 Sr Var 3 4 Le er
award 3 4 Hockey Jr Var I 2 Sr Var
3 4 Letter award 3 4 M Club 24 Track
Sr. Var. 2-4 Letter award 2-4.
BROOKS, JEFFERY- School service 4.
BROWN, SANDRA- Aquatic League 2-4,
Choir Sr. 2, 4, GAA 2-4, Letter award 3,
Latin Club 3, 4, Operetta 2, Como Park t
CARLSON, GREGORY- Baseball Jr. Var.
l, Blarney Ball King, Football Jr. Var. 2,
Sr. Var. 3, 4, Letter award 3, 4, Hockey
Jr. Var. I, 2, Sr. Var. 4, Jr. Class Board,
Latin Club i, 2, Treas. 2, M Club 3, 4,
Prom Co-chair., Soph. Class Pres., Student
Council Rep. l-4, Tennis 2, 3, Letter award
CHAMPAGNE, JO-ANN- Band 2-4, Sec.
4, Letter award 2, 3, GAA Sporthead 3,
Letter award 3, School service 3.
WALTER- Choir Sr. 4, Ger-
Club 3, Gymnastics 3, Letter award 3,
lub 3, Como Park Jr. High.
CHENEY, DENNIS- Choir Sr. 3, 4.
CAMERON, DENNIS- Swimming 3.
CHRISTENSEN, KAREN- FTA 3, 4, GAA
3, 4, Pilot agent, School Spirit Comm., 3,
4, Como Park Jr. High.
BROOKS, DONALD Basketball Jr Var
'l Sr Var 2 Track Jr Var l Como Park
CHRISTIANSON, CAROL- FTA 3, 4, GAA
'l-4, Letter award 3, All city letter 4, Ger-
man Club 3, 4, Library Club 2-4, Pilot
agent I, Student Council Rep. 4, Sec. 3.
CHRISTOPHERSON, SUSAN- Choir Sr. 3,
FTA 3, 4, GAA 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Oper-
etta 3, Spanish Club 4, St. Joseph's Acad-
emy 1, 2.
COFFMAN, HUGH- German Club 'l-4,
Golf 3, Library Club 2-4, Murcurie Ed.-in-
chief 4, Reporter 3, Photographer 3, 4,
Pilot Photographer 4, School service 2
Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4, Student Council Rep
COONEY, BARTLEY- School service 3, 4.
COMSTOCK, BARBARA- Aquatic Leagu
2-4, Band 1, FTA 4, GAA I-4, Pilot agen
2, 3, School service 4, Spanish Club I-4.
CURTISS, LESLIE- Cheerleader 4, Choir I
Jr., Sr., 2-4, FTA 3, 4, Vice-Pres, 4, GAA
2-4, Sporthead 3, Letter award 3, Latin
Club l, 2, Library Club 3, 4, Murcurie
agent 1, 2, Operetta 2, 3, Pilot Class Ed.
4, Quill 81 Scroll 4, School Spirit Comm.
3, 4, Triple Trio 2-4.
CUTKOMP, TERRY- Aquatic League 2,
GAA 1-4, Sec. 4, Sporthead 3, Letter
award 3, German Club I-4, German Round
Singers 2, Murcurie agent, Pilot Art Ed. 4,
Sports Ed. 4, agent i-3, Quill 81 Scroll 4,
School Spirit Comm. 3, 4, Co-Chair.
DAVIES, JOHN- Homecoming Queen Mgr.
4, Latin Club 3, 4, Consul 4, Library Club
3, 4, Treas. 4, Soph. Class Treas., Student
Council Rep. 2, 3, Swimming 2-4.
DROBAC, DAVID- Hockey Jr. Var. 2,
Spanish Club 3, 4, Treas. 3, 4, Marshall
ELLEFSON, JAMES- Hill High l, 2.
ED, JOHN- Football Jr. Var. 2, Sr. Var.
3, 4, Hockey Jr. Var. 2, Sr. Var. 3, 4.
ENGLUND, CONSTANCE- Choir Jr. 1, Sr.
37 Operetta 3.
FARTIG, PAUI.- Baseball .Jr. Var. 1, 27
German Club 1-4, Treas. 37 Library Club
3, 4, Carr. Sec. 47 Murcurie Photographer
2-4, Reporter 37 Pilot Sports Ed. 4, Pho-
tographer 2-47 Quill 8. Scroll 47 Swimming
2-4, Letter award 2-4, Co-capt. 4.
LVESTER, LYNN- Aquatic League 27 GAA ENGLE, BARBARA- FTA 37 GAA 2, 37
-4, Letter award 3: German Club 2-47 Pilot Activity Ed. 47 Quill 8. Scroll 4,
Library Club 3, 47 Pilot agent 2, 47 Como Treas. 47 Como Park Jr. High.
Park Jr. High.
FLOETI., GEORGE- Choir Sr. 1-4.
FOX, CEDRIC- Wilson High, 1-3.
GALLAGHER, JEAN- Choir Jr.7 FTA 3, 47
GAA 1-47 German Club 1-47 Murcurie Re-
porter 37 Pilot Sr. Ed. 47 School Spirit
Comm. 3, 47 Quill 81 Scroll 4.
FIELD, ROBERT- Choir 4, Vice-pres. 47
Dramatic Club 47 German Club 1-4, Pro-
gram chair. 27 Homecoming Queen Mgr.
47 Jr. Class Board7 Library Club 2-47 M
Club 2-47 Murcurie Feature Ed. 4, agent 17
Pilot agent 27 Soph. Board7 Student Coun-
cil Rep. 1-27 Wrestling 1-4, Capt. 4, Let-
ter award 2-4.
FOSTER, SUZANNE- Choir Jr.7 FTA 3, 4i
GAA 'l'4i Letter award 37 German Club 27
Murcurie Feature Ed. 4, agent 37 Pilot
agent 27 School service 3, 4.
GAMMEL, RAYMOND Choir Sr 14
GASCH, STEVEN Track Jr. Var. I7 Span- GAST, DIANN- Choir Jr.7 Dramatic Club
ish Club l 47 FTA 3, 47 GAA l-4, Letter award 37
German Club l, 2, 47 School service 47
Pilot Activities Ed. 47 Quill 81 Scroll 47
Student Council l, 2.
GAYMAN, WALTER- Baseball Jr. Var. 2,
Sr. Var. 3, 4, Letter award 3, 47 Football
Sr. Var. I-4, Capt. 4, Letter award 2-47
Hockey Jr. Var. 1, Sr. Var. 2-4, Letter
award 2-47 M Club 2-47 Student Council
Rep. 2, 37 Track Jr. Var. .Ii Blarney Ball
GILBERT, SANDRA- FTA 47 German Club
2-4, Officer 47 Murcurie Reporter, Sports
Ed. 47 Quill 8. Scroll 3, 47 Como Park Jr.
GIVANS, RICHARD- Choir Sr. 3, 47 Como
Park Jr. High.
GOOD, THOMAS- Band 'l7 Baseball Jr.
Var. 17 Cross-country 2-4, Capt. 4, Letter
award 37 Football Jr. Var. 'I7 German Club
27 Hockey Jr. Var. l, Sr. Var. 2-4, Letter
GRUNWALD, MYRNA- Choir Sr. 27 GAA
2-47 Murcurie Page I Co-ed. 4, agent 47
Operetta 27 Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4, Vice-pres.
47 Spanish Club7 Como Park Jr. High.
HAECHREL, JAMES- Football Jr. Var. 17
HALL, MARJORIE Humboldt High I
HAGEN, ELISE- Choir Jr., Sr. 2-47 Dram-
atic Club 47 FTA 3, 4, Pres. 4j GAA 2-47
Latin Club I, 27 Murcurie agent I7 School
Spirit Comm. 3, 4, Co-chair. 3.
HAGEN, DAVID- Baseball Jr. Var. 1, 2,
Sr. Var. 3, 4, Letter award 3, 47 FTA 47
Football Jr. Var. l, Sr. Var. 2-4, Letter
award 3, 47 Hockey Jr. Var. l, 2, Sr. Var.
3, 4, Letter award 3, 47 M Club 3, 4j Stu-
dent Council Rep. 2, 3.
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There Were Varied Thrills
On The First Exciting Day
HALVORSON, GRETCHEN- Band 1, Letter
award l, Cheerleader 3, 4, Choir Sr. 3,
Sec. 3, GAA I-4, Sporthead 3, Letter
award 3, German Club 4, Homecoming
Queen 4, Latin Club I, 2, Aedile 2,
Library Club 3, 4, Sec. 4, Murcurie Sports
Ed. 4, Octette 3, 4, Operetta 3, Quill 81
Scroll 3, 4, Sno-Day Princess 1.
HALLANGER, HAROLD- American School,
Fort Dauphin, Madagascar, 'l-3.
HALVORSON, .IOHN MARK- Choir Sr. 4,
Latin Club 3, 4, John Marshall High, Rich-
mond, Va., Alexander Ramsey High, St.
Paul, Minn. 2.
HARTWICK, KATHERINE- Blarney Ball
Cand. 2, Cheerleader 3, 4, Choir Jr., Sr.
4, Dramatic Club 2-4, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres.
4, GAA I-4, Letter award 4, German Club
I-3, German Round Singers 2, Library
Club 2-4, School Spirit Comm. 3, 4, Co-
chair. 4, Sr. Class Vice-Pres.
HAYENGA, JOANN- Aquatic League 2,
Dramatic Club 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2-4,
Sporthead 3, Letter award 4, Jr, Class
Board, Murcurie agent 3, 4, Prom Co-
chair., Soph. Class Vice-Pres., Spanish
HINZ, GLEN- Como Park Jr. High
Club 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Student Council 4,
Pres. 4, Como Park Jr. High.
HEBBEL, ROBERT- Band Sr. I, Letter
award l, Football Jr. Var. I, German Club
l-4, Golf 'l, 2, Jr. Class Board, Latin Club
4, M Club 2-4, Swimming 2-4, Letter
award 2, 3.
HEINN, BETTY- School service 3, Como
Park Jr. High.
HENDRICKSON, LUVERNE- Como Park
HERBST, MICHAEL- Football Jr. Var. I,
Pilot agent 2, Student Council Rep. 3, 4.
HOFFMAN, DIANA Choir Jr., Sr. 3, 4,
GAA I-4, School service 4.
HOKANSON, MARY- FTA 3, 47 GAA l-4, HOVLAND, GREGORY- Coma Park Jr.
Sporthead 3, Letter award 47 German Club High,
l-47 Library Club 3, 47 Murcurie Reporter
37 Pilot Co-ed. 47 Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4.
Jr.7 FTA 37 GAA l-4.
IMBERTSON, MARY- GAA 'l, 27 German
Como Park Jr. High.
JENSEN, BETTY JEAN- GAA 2, 3.
JOHNSON, JOYCE- Aquatic League 3, 47
Choir Jr.7 FTA 47 GAA l-4, Letter award
3, All-city 47 Pilot Class Ed. 4, agent 37
Spanish Club l, 47 School service 4.
JOHNSON, SAI.I.Y- Choir 37 Dramatic
Club 2-4, Vice-pres. 47 FTA 3, 47 GAA 2,
37 Murcurie Adv. Ed. 4, Reporter 37 Oper-
etta 2i Quill 8- Scroll 47 Como Park Jr.
JOHNSON, KIRBY- Band Sr. 27 Choir Sr.
47 German Club 2, 3.
HUEMOELLER, REGINA- Band Sr. 17 Choir
INGVALSON, CHARLES- Choir Sr. 47
JOHNSON, JERRY- Choir Sr. 3, 4i Foot-
ball Sr. Var. 47 Hockey Sr. Var. 3, 4,
Letter award 37 M Club 3, 47 Owatanna
High, Owatonna, Minn., 'l, 2.
We Gradually Gain Insight
JOHNSON, STEPHEN- Baseball Sr.
Mgr. 3, 47 Boy's Slate 3j Football Jr.
l, Sr. Var. 2-4, Letter award 3, 47
Jr. Var. l, 2, Sr. Var. 3, 4, Letter
3, 47 Jr. Class Pres. 3i M Club 3, 4,
47 Murcurie agent 47 Pilot agent 3
Class Pres. 4.
As We Learn The Way
JOHNSON, WILLIAM- Football Jr. Var 1,
Hockey Jr. Var. I, Student Council Rep. 1,
KLOEK, LINDA- Aquatic League 2-4,
Treas. 3, FTA 3, GAA l-4, Student Council
KOEPER, CHARLOTTE- Choir Jr. 1, Sr.
2-4, GAA I, Latin Club 1, Operetta 2:
Student Council Rep. 3, 4.
KRUGER, GERALD- Golf l, 2, Letter
award l, 2, M Club 2.
KIRBY, JOHN- Baseball Jr. Var. 1, 2, Sr.
Var. 3, 4, Letter award 3, 4, Football Sr.
Var. 'I-4, Letter award 3, 4, Hockey Jr. Var.
T, 2, Sr. Var. 3, 4, Letter award 4, M Club
KWONG, ROGER- Band Sr. 2-4, Letter
award 2-4, Cross country 4, German Club
2, 3, Murcurie agent l, Track Jr. Var. 2,
Sr. Var. 3, 4.
LARKIN, RICHARD- Choir Jr., Dramatic
Club 2-4, Treas. 4, Murcurie Page 3 Ed. 4,
LARSON, JAMES- Choir Jr. 1, Football
Sr. Var 2, Hockey Jr. Var. 2.
, LYNNAE Choir Jr l Sr 4 GAA 2,
LEIER, LEONARD-Choir Sr. 4, FTA 4, M
Club 2-4, Spanish Club 3, Swimming 2-4,
Letter award 2, 3, Como Park Jr. High.
LIND, JILL- Choir Jr. 1, GAA 'I-4.
LIPKE, MICHAEL- Latin Club 3, Murcurie
agent 3, Pilot agent 3, Como Park Jr.
LUNDSTROM, SALLY- School service 3,
Humboldt High, St. Paul, Minn.
MANKE, LINDA- Chair 1.4: Qperetfq 3, MARSH, JOHN- School service, Wrestling
Como Park Jr. High.
MAXSON, DUANE- Central High, Fargo,
MCDIARMID, MARY- Choir Sr. 1-4, Treas.
4, Dramatic Club 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1-4,
Rec. Sec. 4, Sporthead 3, Letter award 3,
German Club 1-4, German Round Singers
2, Murcurie agent 1, 4, Operetta 3, Stu-
dent Council Rep. 1-3, Library Club 2-4
McKAY, KATHLEEN- Band Jr. 1, Sr. 2-4,
Letter award 1-4, Choir Jr. 1, FTA 3, GAA
1-4, Murcurie agent 3, Pilot agent, School
service 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Student Coun-
McMAHON, JUDY- Aquatic League 2,
Choir Sr. 2-4, Operetta 2-4, Triple Trio 2,
3, Como Park Jr. High.
McTIE, JAMES Baseball Jr. Var. 1, 2, Sr.
Var. 3, 4, Letter award 3, 4, Football Jr.
Var. 1, Sr. Var. 2-4, Letter award 3, 4,
Hockey Jr. Var. 1, 2, Sr. Var. 3, 4, Letter
award 3, 4, M Club 3, 4.
MERRELL, EDWARD- Baseball Jr. Var. 2,
Sr. Var. 3, 4, Letter award 3, 4, Basketball
Jr. Var. 1, Sr. Var. 2-4, Letter award 2-4,
German Club 3, 4, Latin Club 1, 2, M Club
2-4, Student Council Rep. 3, 4.
MERWIN ALAN- School service 4.
MILLER, ELAINE- Aquatic League Gi Blar-
ney Ball Cand.7 Choir Sr. 3, 47 FTA 47
Homecoming Queen Cand. 47 GAA 2-4,
Letter award 37 Murcurie agent 47 Oper-
etta 4i Como Park Jr. High.
MINAWA, ABRAHAM- AFS exchange
student7 Student Council 47 Library Club 47
Kibuli, Kampala, Africa.
lYER, ROBERT- Basketball Jr. Var. 2, MILHAM, CLAIRE- Choir Sr. 2-47 GAA 27
tVar. 3, 4, Letter award 3, 47 M Club German Club 3, 47 Jr. Class Sec. 37 Oc-
47 Como Park Jr. High. tette 3, 47 Operetta 27 Student Council
Rep. 47 Library Club 3, 4, Prog. Chair. 47
Como Park Jr. High.
MONTGOMERY, JUDITH- Choir Sr. 3, 47
GAA 3, 47 School service 47 Operetta 47
Student Council Rep. 3, Aj Como Park Jr.
NELSON, PATRICIA- Choir Sr. 2-47 GAA
MULLIN, MARGARET- Choir Jr. 17 GAA
l-47 Latin Club 1-47 School Spirit Comm. 4.
NARVAEZ, ERIC- Cross country 3, 4, Let-
ter award 3, 47 M Club 3, 47 Spanish Club
l, 3, 4, Pres. 47 Tennis I, 3, 4, Letter
award 3, 47 Wrestling 1, 3, 4, Letter
award 3, 47 Colegio Nueva Granada
School, Bogota, Columbia.
NELSON, BRUCE- Blarney Ball'Cand.7
Choir -Sr. 37 Cross country Jr. Var. l, 2,
Sr. Var. 3, 4, Letter award 3, 47 Gymnas-
tics 27 Hockey 37 M Club 2-47 Murcurie
agent 37 Pilot agent 37 School service 37
Student Council 2-47 Track 2-4, Letter
award 2-47 Como Park Jr. High.
NASON, MARY- Murcurie Page 3 Ed. 47
Reporter 37 Spanish Club I, 4.
I-47 Operetta 2-47 Como Park Jr. High.
NELSON, PATRICK- Football Jr. Var., Sr.
Var. 2-4, Letter award 4, M Club 3, 4,
Murcurie Sports Ed. 4, agent 3, Reporter
3, Track Jr. Var., Sr. Var. 2-4, Letter
award 4, Wrestling I-4, Capt. 4, Letter
awards 3, 4.
True And Lasting Friends
OLSON, DAVID- Baseball Sr. Var. 3, 4,
Capt. 3, Letter award 3, 4, Cross-country
4, Letter award 4, Gymnastics 2-4, Capt.
4, Letter award 2-4, M Club 2-4, Camo
2, 3, FTA 4, GAA.
3, Library Club 3, 4, Pilot Activiti
Park Jr. High.
OTTO, JAY- School service 4.
OVERBEE, YVONNE- GAA 2-4, Murcurie
agent 4, Spanish Club 3, 4.
PEPLINSKI, RONALD- Golf 3.
PERLICH, JEAN- Band 2-4, Letter award
PETERSON, JACQUELINE- Band 2, 3, Let-
ter award 2, 3, FTA 4, GAA 2-4, Sport-
head 3, German Club 3, 4, Como Park
PETERSON, LOIS- Choir Jr. 'l, Sr. 2, 3,
FTA 3, 4, GAA 1, 3, Latin Club 2, Sec. 2,
Quill 8, Scroll 4, Student Council Rep. 2,
es Ed. 4.
POMEROY, MARGARET- Choir Jr. l,
2-4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 2-4, Operetta 2, P
PETERSON, NANCY- Chair Sr. 4, GAA
PETERSON, MICHAEL- Band Jr., Cross-
country 2-4, Letter award 2-4, Hockey Jr.
Var. I, 2, Sr. Var. 3, 4, Letter award 3, 4
M Club 2-4, Track Jr. Var. I, 2, Sr. Var.
Are Bonded By Years 2
QUALE, FRANK- Spanish Club 2, 3. RAZSKAZOFF, MEREDITH- Aquatic
League 2-4, Vice-Pres. 2, GAA 1-4, Treas.
4, Sporthead 3, German Club l-3, Library
Club 3, 4, Murcurie Page 3 Ed. 4, Repor-
ter 3, Pilot agent 2, Quill 8. Scroll 4, Stu-
dent Council Rep. 3.
RICHARDS, STEVEN- Baseball Jr. Var,
Football Jr. Var., Sr. Var. 2-4, Letter award
3, 4, M Club 3, 4, Pilot agent 3, Tennis 5
3, Track Jr. Var. 2, Wrestling l-4, Letter
award 3, 4. . 51
ROSENTHAL, CAROL- FTA 3, 4, Sec. 4,
GAA 3, Our Lady Of Peace High, St. L
ROSENWALD, MICHAEL- Choir Sr. 3, 4,
Octette 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Spanish Club '
3, Como Park Jr. High. .N
ROSS, SHARON- Mechanic Arts High, St.
Paul, Minn. 1.
ROUFS, KAREN- Choir Sr. 2-4, FTA 3,
GAA 3, 4, Operetta 2-4, Como Park Jr. 3
ROZENBERG, LINDA- Choir Jr., FTA 3,
GAA l-4, School Service 3, 4.
RUDIE, KATHLEEN- Choir Jr., FTA 3, GAA
l-4, Library Club 3, 4, Murcurie Adv. Ed.
4, agent 2-4, Reporter 3, 4, Quill 8. Scroll
SAGE, NANCY- Aquatic League 2-4, Band
2-4, Letter award 2-4, Dramatic Club 4, 3,
FTA 3, 4, GAA 2-4, Pres. 4, sponheud 3, E
Letter award 3, All-my 4, cms stare 3,
Murcurie Page 1 Co-Ed. 4, Reporter 3,
Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4, Pres. 4, Spanish Club I
3, 4, Sec. 4, Vice-Pres. 3, Como Park Jr.
SARGENT, JAMES- Band 2, 3, Baseball SCHAAF, JOHN- Choir Sr. 2, 4, Pres. 4,
Jr. Var., Sr. Var. 3, Choir Jr., Swimming 2. Operetta 2, Pilot Agent 3, Como Park
SCHERBERT, JEANNE- Aquatic League 2,
Band 1, Letter award, Choir Jr., Dramatic
Club 2-4, Sec. 3, Prog. Chair. 4, GAA 1-4,
Vice-Pres. 4, Sporthead 3, Letter award 4,
Latin Club 1, 2, Library Club 3, 4, 2nd
Vice-Pres. 4, Murcurie Circ. Man. 3, Repor-
ter 3, Pilot Co-Ed. 4, Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4,
Soph. Class Board, Student Council Jr. 1,
Pres. 1, School service, 3.
SCHMUGGE, LAUREL- GAA 2-4, Spanish
Club 3, 4, Library Club 3, 4.
SCHREIFELS, LAWRENCE- Baseball Sr.
Var. 3, Jr. Var. 1, Football Sr. Var. 3, 4,
Jr. Var. 2, Hockey Sr. Var. 2, Jr. Var. 1,
SCHULTZ, LAVONNE- Office Force 4,
Wilson High, St. Paul, Minn.
SCHROEDER, SUSAN- FTA 3, 4, GAA 1-4,
Sporthead 3, German Club 1-4, Home-
coming Queen cand. 4, Jr. Class Vice-
Pres., Murcurie Agent 4, Reporter 3, Page
2 Ed. 4, Quill 8. Scroll 4, Soph. Class
Board Mem., Student Council Rep. 2, 3.
SCHNEIDER, JAMES- Baseball 2.
SCHWARTZ, HENRY- School service 2
Stage Force 3, 4.
1 ,ez sm.-, ,M
boldt High, St. Pa
SHERMAN, MARY- Choir Jr. P
SHULSTAD, LENORA- Choir Jr.:
IEVERS, LYNN DEE- Spanish Club 3, 45
omo Park Jr. High.
SCOTT, JANICE- School 'service 47 Hum- SELBITSCHKA, JOSEPH
ul, Minn. 2-3.
SHALLES, BRUCE- Como Park Jr. High.
SHATTO, PATRICIA- Choir Jr.: GAA 3, 4,
School service 3, 4.
SHOFFNER, SONYA- Choir Jr., Sr. 3,
Spanish Club 3, 4.
FTA 3, 4,
GAA I-4, German Club 2-4, Pilot Class
Ed. 4, Agent 'lg Quill 81 Scroll 4.
SIEBERT, STEPHANIE- Choir Sr. 3, 47
Dramatic Club 4, FTA 4, Operella 3,
Arroyo High, El Monte, Calif. I, 2. -1
SIMICH, ALEXANDER- Track Jr. Var. 2,
Murcurie Reporter 3, Basketball Jr. Var.
2, Sr. Var. 3, 4.
SLETTOM, WILLIAM- Band If German
Club I-47 Library Club 2-47 Murcurie Agent
I, Pilot Agent 2, Student Council Rep. I.
STECH,, KATHLEEN- Choir Jr., Sr. 3, 4,
Dramatic Club 4, FTA 3, 4, GAA 3 ,4, Let-
ter award 3, German Club I-4, Pilot Sports
Ed. 4, Quill 8. Scroll 3, 4, Sec. 4, Student
Council I, 4, School Spirit Comm. 3, Chair.
STEEN, DIANE- Choir Sr. 4, GAA 4, Or-
tonville High, Ortonville, Minn. I, 2.
STEEN, ROGER- Choir Sr. 3, 4, Como Pg,-k STEIN, KERRY- Band I-4, Letter aw.
Jr, High, I-3, Baseball Jr. Var. I, 2, Cross cour
2-4, Dramatic Club 4, German Club '
Prog. Chair, 4, Hockey Jr. Var. 'l, 2, M
curie Agent 2, Wrestling 3.
STELMACH, CHERYL- Dramatic Club 4,
Como Park Jr. High.
STENDAHL, CARL- Como Park Jr. High
STEPHENSON, JUDITH- Choir Sr. 4, GAA
STRAIN, PATRICIA- Aquatic league 2, 4,
GAA 'I-4, Spanish Club I, Como Park Jr.
STRANE, STAR- Aquatic League 3, Band V
Jr., FTA 3, GAA I-4, Spanish Club I-3.
SVENDSEN, KATHLEEN- Alden High, Al-
den, Minn I-3.
SWANSON, BARBARA- choir Jr., sr. 4, ,
GAA 1-4, sponhend 3. E
SWANSON, THOMAS- Choir Sr. 3, 4.
TENNY, JUDITH- Cheerleader 3, 4, Capt.
4, Dramatic Club 4, GAA 2-4, German
Club 3, 4, Homecoming Queen Cand. 4,
Jr. Class Board, Octette 2, Operetta 3,
Pilot Agent 2, Blarney Ball Cand. 2, Choir
YANSON, DALE- Baseball Jr. Var. 2,
aketball 2-4, Letter award 3, 4, Football
l, Jr. Var l, German Club 3, M Club 3,
llrack l, Library Club 2-4.
Sr. 2-4, Como Park Jr.
SWANSON, RONALD- Band l, Baseball
Jr. Var. 2, Basketball Jr. Var. l, 2, Sr.
Var. 3, 4, German Club 2-4, M Club 3, 4,
Soph. Class Board, Student Council Rep. l.
TORGERSEN, ELIZABETH- Choir Sr.
THOMPSON, NANCY- FTA 3, 4, GAA 2,
3, Murcurie Agent, Reporter 3, Pilot Busi-
ness Mgr. 4, Student Council Rep. 3, 4,
Como Park Jr. Hiqh.
FTA 2-4, GAA 2-4, Murcurie Reporter 3, 4,
Operetta 2, 3, Pilot Adv. Ed. 4, Agent 4,
Spanish Club 2-4, Como Park Jr. High.
TRAPP, DONALD- Band 2, 3, Pres. 4, Let-
ter award 2, 3, Choir Sr. 2-4, Dramatic
Club 3, 4, Wrestling 2, Octette 2, 3,
Operetta 2, 3, Como Park Jr. High.
TSELOS, SUSAN- Choir Jr., Sr. 4, Dramatic
Club 4, FTA 4, GAA l, 2, 4, German Club
l, Student Council Rep. 'l, American Aca-
demy, Athens, Greece, 3.
TURI, CHARLES- Football Sr. Var. 3, 4
Letter award 4, M Club 4, Cretin High, St
URMAN, CAROL- GAA 3, 4, School ser-
VICKERS, DAVID- Baseball Sr. Var. 3, Jr
Var. 2, Gymnastic 2, 3, Letter award 2
Como Park Jr. High.
We Pause To Look Back
VIGIL, MICHAEL- School service 4, Grants WACHTER, CLARLYNN- Choir 2-4, Dram-
High, Grants, New Mexico, I-3. atic Club 4, FTA 3, 4, Treas. 4, GAA 2-4,
Odefle 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, Como Park
WEBER, GERALD- Cross country 4, Hockey p
WEBER, KATHERYN- Aquatic League 2,
Choir Sr. 2-4, GAA 2, 4, Operetta 2, 3,
Pilot sr. Ed. 4, School Service 3, como it
Park Jr. High. if
WEBER, WILLIAM- Baseball Jr. Vor. 2,
Choir Sr. 3, 4, German Club l-4, Octette 4.
WEIHRAUCH, NANCY- FTA 3, GAA 2, 3, F'
Murcurie Agent 3, School service 4, Como Q
Park Jr. High. gy
WHITCOMB, BRUCE- Como Park Jr. High. F
WOLF, JAMES- AFS Student 3, Band l,
Basketball Jr. Var. l, 2, Sr. Var. 3, 4,
Letter award 3, 4, German Club I-4, Sec.
2, Vice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Homecoming, Mgr.
4, M Club 2-4, Murcurie Agent 2, 3, Pilot
Agent I, Student Council Rep. I-3, Sr.
WOODING, STEPHEN- Track Jr. Var. 2,
Pilot Agent 3, 4. ,E
Now Look To The Future
YOUNGDAHL, DONNA- Blarney Ball ZOTALIS, CHARLES Football Jr Var l
Queen 27 Choir Sr. 2-47 FTA 37 GAA 2-47 Golf 2-4, Letter award 3 4 Latln Club 4
Operetta 27 Student Council Rep. 47 Como M Club 3, 4 Swimming 2 4 Letter award
Park Jr. High.
CERNY, MARY- Choir 37 FTA 37 GAA
'I-37 Latin Club l-37 Operetta 37 Spanish
Club 37 Pilot Agent 27 Murcurie reporter
3, special reporter 4. Mary is spending
her senior year in the Dominican Republic.
She will graduate from Murray when she
satisfactorily completes special correspond-
ence courses she is taking from the Uni-
versity of Minnesota.
47 Como Park Jr High
Not pictured are:
MENOUGHI BARBARA- 500719 High, SCHEPERS, KENNETH- Band 4.
Boone, Iowa 'l, 2.
WEBER, JOHN- Football Sr. Var. 3, 4,
Letter award 4i M Club 47 Baseball Jr
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.4 yu L, Sadly, but with great anticipa- 1-fi-!'
tion of the future, the senior class of 1965 f l
leaves Murray High. After graduation we are on
our own to fullfill our life's ambition and goal. We leave
with memories of our treasured high school years, times that
will be remembered forever. Our past achievements can not be our I
Af ultimate goal. We must look to the future for lasting accomplishment and
. satisfaction. Looking back we recall: the first exciting days at Murray - I
ly the students who we admired and respected - our freshman Sno' Foolin' prince 25
f and princess - attending our sports events and being loyal to our team whether M
X , we lost or won - the arrival of new sophomores from Como Jr. High - the organiz- ,
ing of our class by electing officers and getting advisors - the thrill of ettin the ,
new addition including pool and new labs - our special Blarney Ball King and Queen
- purchasing our class rings - the successful Soph. class party. We will remember ,
also: lengthy nights of studying to pull increasingly important grades up - the fun
we had at the Jr. class car wash - the comedy of the Sadie Hawkin's dance. The
'kk successful prom "Isle of Paradise" - and hours of enioyable work will be remem-
bered by many. Our final year arrived at last. With it came respect and
admiration from the underclassmen. With it also came an increasing
ff? 'N responsibility to fellow classmates, ourselves, and all Murray High. Our I A
JL X collection of cherished memories includes Homecoming and excit- f
in ing campaigning days - the humorous class play "Harvey" - s '
I ,Qmfvv the fascinating "Sound of Music" - the class trip to 3, N
jg f - Q 55 , . , - . I mx
. ,367 New York - Sno Foolm folly our final prom l
- and the big day, graduation! l I
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We Remember -
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Douglas Keating, Gail Nyberg.
Row 3: Gary Nutz, William Dow,
Dean Nelson, Bruce Bates,
Stephen Milburn, Dianne Meyer.
Row 4: James Mohl, Dennis
Amrhien, Paul Schubring, Jon
Schoonmaker, Brian Olson,
New Officers, Classes Make Wonderful Junior Yea
Posing for a formal picture
are iunior class officers Eric
Bergerud, president, Andy Rog-
ness, vice-president, Judy Son-
tag, treasurer: and Bonnie Has-
The duties of these officers
are great since the iunior class
is one of the busiest in school.
Juniors put on the Sadie Hawk-
ins dance in November and
sponsor many other proiects in
order to raise money for the
Junior-Senior Prom in the
Early in the year the class
decides whether or not it wants
to go on a senior class trip.
The officers' iob is to narrow
the choice down to a few cities
and later on to decide the cost,
the date, and other important
details of the trip with the help
of members of the senior class
Front Row: Bonnie Hassinger,
Nancy Kilmer, Elizabeth Hebbel,
Jeanne Ostrem, Jean Muehl-
stedt, Heather Murray. Row 2:
Leigh Blume, Kay Sanford,
Sandra Reichow, Ruth Frost,
Front Row: Paulette Boyd, Mary
Andrews, Wanda Jensen, Deb-
orah Watt, Carol Benson, Linda
Gronert, Susan Allison. Row 2:
Barbara Blue, Andrea Alfonse,
Thomas Hopp, Kimball Drobac,
Margaret Carlson, Linda Dunn-
wald, Susan Reinarz. Row 3:
Margot Avey, Michael Woolery,
Ron Amlotte, Robert Brokopp,
Carl Broberg, Richard Lippert,
As Students Climb Ladder To Height Of School Life
Giving their pantomines in first year speech are Impromptu and play reports throughout the year Many
umors Judy Sontag and Paul Schubrlng students go on to take second year speech and loin
Besides presenting pantomines, the class has given dramatic club
onologues, dialogues, speeches, both prepared and
Front Row: Erva Snyder, Chris-
tine Jensen, Rita Rosenthal,
Kathleen Reiter, Patricia Leslie,
Elizabeth White, Donna Smith.
Row 2: Linda Vinie, Douglas
Vickers, Donald Paskewilz, Da-
vid Wirlz, Eric Bergerud, Robert
Slumm, Cynthia Zalar, Richard
Wanek. Row 3: John Sorenson,
James Lexcen, Edward Simon,
Larry Stendahl, Julie Gleason,
Greg Marien, Gary Stark.
New Clubs, Activities Stimulate Creative Interests
Front Row: Gloria Sutton, Trudy
Fales, Patricia Thurow, Barbara
Heinz, Sarah Polson, Joy Strane,
Connilee Parrott. Row 2: Linda
Knippenberg, Nancy Hunt,
Wells Marshall, John MacDon-
ald, Barbara Souther, Peter
Rosenthal, Susan Razskazoff.
Row 3: Kirk Condie, Andrew
Rogness, Linda Holets, Charles
Knudsen, Paul Keleher, Ed
Laine, David Kroona.
Juniors Cindy Zalar and Diane Bohnenblust
are shown making out 'fine slips on overdue
books. The library club members are chosen
each spring from classes taught by other club
members. Then in the fall each member is put
on a committee that has a special duty to do
before or after school or during a study hour.
Some of these are shelf readers, who see that
the books are on the right shelves, while others
mend books, catalog, or cover new books. All
these jobs prepare them for the library staff in
their senior year.
Front Row: Arlene Chell, Colleen
Nelson, Marcia Baukol, Cheryl
Elvester, Patricia McMoy, Judith
Hallen. Row 2: Kathleen Lauer-
er, Linda Finger, Nancy Uram,
Carol Gieseke, Diane Bohnen-
blust, Louise Duren, Margaret
DeWitt, Patricia Freeman, Lynn
Vogelsang, Carole Sheldon,
Martha Halvarson, Kent Cut-
komp. Row 4: Richard Ross,
Mark Overbee, Larry Tunell,
Peter Neubeck, William Under-
hill, Theodore Gredvig, Richard
Dis Juniors Look Toward Their Last Year At Murray
Front Row: Constance Miller,
Jean Haechral, Judith Sontag,
Victoria Beyer, Katharine Kav-
anaugh, Nancy Cross, Richard
Pogin, Nancy Melander, Ruth
Ann Manchester, Sherry Locke,
Marilyn Cross. Row 3: Daphne
Mantis, Dana Miller, Ronald
Miller, Ronald Nelson, Andrew
Turnbull, David Miller, Douglas
Lindemann. Row 4: William
Ubel, John Sparks, Michael
Mead, Donald Link, Thomas
Skildum, Allen Swensgard.
The members of the triple trio,
Nancy Uram, Chris Jenson, Patty
Thurow, Kathy Kavanaugh, Kathy
Lauerer, Barb Souther, Pat McMoy,.
Liz Hebbel, and Pam Roan sing at
the March of Toys assembly. During
the year the group.performed at the
Homecoming, March of Toys, Sno'
Foolin' assemblies. The group is not
sponsored by any school organiza-
tion but the girls just decided to get
together and sing. They buy all their
music and practice on their own iust
for the fun of getting together and
Front Row: Frank Johnson, Anita
Anker, Lawrence Weihrauch,
Douglas Gardner, Margaret Lin-
dorfer, Gregory Poye. Row 2:
Gary Englund, Karen Peterson,
Orlando Vigil, Thomas Nylund,
Janice Hinz, Leah Mortenson,
Ronald Kaufman. Row 3: Jean
Larson, Vicki Keller, Steven Bow-
man, Karen Bruce, Terry Stew-
art, Edward Piermantier. Row 4:
Robert Anderson, John Magnu-
son, Wallace Jackson, John
Smith, Jeffrey Shuster, Larry
Huwe, Sam Gieseke.
Highlights Of The Year Will Be Remembered By A
Front Row: Theresa Broderick,
Rita Kaufman, Susan Biedler,
Diane Olson, Sandra Anderson,
Lynn Larson, Pat Kastner. Row 2:
Laurie Miller, Linda Gilbert,
Jean Narum, Sara Pulsipher,
Marlene Sundstrom, Janet Huso,
Kim Kuefner, Mary Wolf, Row 3:
Ernest Trower, Mary Zalar,
Charles White, Marlin Herbst,
Penny Bartel, Jane Owens, Don-
na Schaefer. Row 4: William
Marsh, Wayne Schwartz, Mark
Plumley, Dennis Hughes, J. R.
Burton, Harry Strandquist, John
Shuistad, Don Ludwig.
, EL "-Ifflfwetitwwi
Front Row: Jeanne Andrews,
Suzanne Givans, Lois Eberhart,
Dianne Overbee, Steven Lee,
Mary Jo Brisk. Row 2: Rosemary
Mastel, Kathleen Vcng, Leslie
Hughes, Jane Skovholt, Douglas
Lofberg, Barbara Johnson, Bar-
bara Thoennes. Row 3: Sandra
Gruetzman, Jan Curtis, Ric-
ardo Schultz, Lyning Peterson,
Sue Christenson, Mary Wall,
Carol Brooks. Row 4: Mitch
Willey, Patrick McCardle, Larry
Manchester, Mike Boyle, Paul
Boyd, Ross Johnson, Chuck
Front Row: Mary Marshall,
Cheryl Johnson, Jean Amlotte,
Louise Paul, Diana Johnson,
Sonia Swanson, Barb lsherwood.
Row 2: Linda Mikutowski, James
Glaim, Chris Brandt, Virginia
Maxson, Ann Olson, Mark
Anderson, Janice Ellingson. Raw
3: Aldean Johnson, Dick Turn-
quist, Barbara Johnson, Pamela
Wahlberg, Thomas Frost, Cathy
Runyon, Cheryl Hingos. Row 4:
Peggy Heinz, Gerald Pearson,
Mark Sal"ford, Ralph Peterson,
Jackie Briggs, Dave Schmalz,
Working Together, Making Plans For The Future
English class of Li-
brary Club prep
classes are seniors
and Jim Wolf.
These classes are
open to all students
in grades 9 and l0
and are taught by
the club's two vice-
the guidance and
supervision of Mr.
Leon King, the li-
brarian and club
The purpose of
these classes is to
familiarize the stu-
dents with the li-
brary and prepare
them for staff work.
Front Row: Marcia Berge, Alfred
Mueller, Carla Nelson, Josie
Weiss, Diane Koep, Kay Saters-
moen. Row 2: Diane Byram,
Sara Halvorson, Steve Holets,
James Hanna, John Slettom,
Julie Ashton, Ruth Bergeson.
Row 3: Colleen Gallagher, Vice
toria lngvalson, Tim Turi, Dean
Swanson, Wendy Schmugge,
Lois Rogen. Row 4: Rodger
Acker, Cheryl Tunell, Michael
O'Brien, Gregory Loeftler, Ru-
dolph Pinnow, Vernon Smith,
Sophomores Choose Class Rings And Elect Officers
Front Row Louise Huldeen Pat
ricna Ruff Nancy Whltcomb
Linda Nell Susan Simon Diane
Beseman Viola Vigil Row 2
Sarah Underhill Lynne Christen
sen Vlveca Johnson Linda
Rosenwald Dlann Johnson Jim
Bealson Nora Page Dan Hagen
Row 3 Sherry Bentley Claudia
Merrick Mike Favllla Brien Hal
land Michael Boudreau David
Sautter Jean Overgard Row 4
Dick Lindgren Kenneth Schmalz
Dennis Stratton Dan Brink John
Tobin Mary Beth Barrick Karen
Gilman Frank Selbitschka
discussing their ideas for the sophomore class rings Steve Lee
l J .
Decisions! Decisions? Seated around the table are Lindo Gilbert, Dean Swanson, Vern Smith on
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Fresh man 303
Front Row: Jill Wanek, Gale
Sweetland, Lou Ann Keleher,
Scott Tobin, Christine Haught,
William Leslie. Row 2: Ruth
lngulsrud, Charlene Givans,
John Christenson, Richard
Weiss, Jeannette Hotttman, Con-
stance Bacon, Patricia Kasper.
Row 3: Richard Johnson, Peter
Hakenson, Michael Annabel,
John Allison, John Benson,
Linda Scheiblauer. Row 4: John
Novak, Peter Gadwa, Paul Bro-
berg, Gregory Giefer, Jeffrey
Hayenga, Mark Steinhauser,
Freshmen Use New Methods In Math And Science
Showing Larry Kirby and
Frank Koenig the basic proce-
dures of working a slide rule is
Kathy Martens. All shown here
are students of Mr. Ashworth's
4th period Algebra l class.
Algebra is offered as an
elective in the freshman year
and is chosen by a great maior-
ity of the students as their
course in math, Also available
are geometry, higher algebra,
solid geometry and trigonom-
Front Row: James Carlson, Eliz-
abeth Weber, Gail Dubruiel,
Ellen Nace, Gail Reichow, Con-
stance Watt, Pamela Reisdorph.
Row 2: Barbara Koening, Bill
Hanna, Stephen Berens, Marsha
Teig, Steven Amunrud, Con-
stance Edwards, Susan Johnson,
John Mitchell. Row 3: Thomas
Blue, Charles Coad, David
Bergerud, Wendy Frerichs, Len-
ore Hemmeter, Susan Nelson,
James Pittelkow. Row 4: Edward
Koecheler, Robert Shoffner,
Bruce Wetherby, David Merrell,
Douglas Anderson, James Meyer,
Harlan Pearson, Jane Schroeder.
Front Row: John Gisbon, Vir-
ginia Winchell, Robert Blanck,
Patricia Finger, Robert Ander-
son, David Anderson, Robin
Adey. Row 2: Christine Ubel,
Barbara Stults, James Heldt,
Paul Bienholf, Carla Abler, Da-
vid Lindemann. Row 3: Renee
Melgaard, Timothy Thorstenson,
Charles Workman, Benhart Nel-
son, Linda Brown, Linda Mc-
Cardle, Darrell Heinn. Row 4:
Karen Quale, Gregory Brun-
nette, Stephen Fardig, Jettery
Lewis, Charles Aldean, Linda
Koecheler, Timothy Christian.
Anxiously Await Excitement Ol Senior High Life
Front Row: Judy Johnson, Ron-
ald Figg, Karla Hokanson, Bev-
erly Caldwell, Kathryn Dunn-
wald, Sandra Dohman, Sandra
Guion. Row 2: Karen Johnson,
Mary Huxley, Mark Schmugge,
Wendy Bauman, Audrey Lund-
strom, Katherine Keller, William
Paul. Row 3: Janet Hartwick,
Vivian Yonker, James Jenson,
James Bruce, Ronald Haen,
James Bates, Janice Knutson,
Teena Mantis. Row 4: Lala Flet-
cher, Mark lmbertson, Lawrence
Johnston, Nancy Brokopp,
Quentin Elliott, James McNeely,
Front Row: Christine Miller, Gary
Vogelsang, Sherrill Geer, Pat-
ricia Martin, Gay Cronquist, Les-
lie Bauer, David Coen. Row 2:
Donna Hendrickson, Margery
Lembke, Karen Swanson, Judy
Kruskopf, Gail Boudreau, David
Brings, Mary Woodhouse. Row
3: Janet Lipke, Jananne Flatten,
Mary Ahlgren, Kathleen Dono-
van, Helen Morgan, Constance
Johnson, Susan Kellogg. Row 4:
Frank Koenig, Bruce Scherbert,
Joseph Cashman, Robert Foster,
Mark Hallberg, Patricia Barrick,
Front Row: Joan Heaton, Vicky
Dalnes, Carol Pfutzenreuter,
Ronald Leu, Lawrence Kirby,
Raymond Jack, Donald Cheat-
ham. Row 2: Steven Ehlers,
John Solstad, James Olson, Vik-
ki Charlson, Carol Balthazor,
Gerald Galarielson. Row 3: Lynn
Englund, Fredrick Hagen, David
Christianson, Raymond Forliti,
Jayson Anderson, Daniel Paul-
son, Roberta Gage.
Exhibit The Will And Determination To Succeed
Members of Mr. Daniel Sorenson's fourth period
ft l class are freshmen Lenore Hemmeter and Dar-
Heinn, shown here sanding their wood proiects.
The many different proiects going on in the art
-d craft classes make them very interesting to visit.
loughout the year the art students work with land-
scaping, portraits, sketches and iunk pictures. Junk
pictures are made of any scrap of material such as a
screw or a bolt pasted onto a piece of cardboard and
sprayed with different colors of paint.
Art is an elective for the upperclassmen, while it is
required for the seventh and eighth graders.
Eighth Graders With The True Murray Spirit
Front Row: Roger Cheatham,
Baiba Robins, Susan Smith, Joel
Stoeckler, Rebecca Svendsan,
Joyce Vargo, Karen Hanson.
ROW 2: Jessie Gleason, Beth
Mather, Jeff Bauer, Patricia Sny-
der, Carol Carlson, John Hed-
berg, Susan Good, Glen Strand-
quist, Row 3: Susan Hopp, Rose-
mary Amlotte, Karen Olson,
Allan Shulslad, Mary Theyson,
Dennis Skildum, Anne Wheeler.
Front Row: Ricky Ash, Gary
Chisholm, Mary Thompson, Jean
Hanna, Tony Baran, Don White,
Linda Mitchell. Row 2: Juliane
Brand, Bob Gadwa, Larry Rauch,
Kathy Threlkeld, Sheila Mc-
Auley, Elizabeth Mcdonald,
Howard Stendahl. Row 3: Susan
Stein, Steve Eckstrom, Carol
Wetherby, Helen Marsh, Clay
Acker, Lynda Halvorson, Jane
Wirtz. Row 4: Jim Stein, John
Halstead, Jr., Tom Johnson, Tom
Condie, Robert Trammel, Carol
Swanson, Linda Johnson.
Front Row: Paulette Beyer, Paula
Thurow, James Hunt, Lynn Wet
hammer, Barbara Hughes
Thomas Wandmacher, Martha
Halvorson. Row 2: Richard Fos
sager, Alice Freeman, Liatra
Nelson, Lynda Wachter, Patricia
Benesch. Row 3: Nancy Dahl
quist, Louise Wilson, Kathleen
Cook, Jane Milham, Christine
Arver, Barbara Andrews, Mich
ael Carr. Row 4: Linda Hahn,
Geraldine Chell, Richard Bat
dorf, Roger Ashley, Glenn Nel
son, Margot Haugan, Steven
Lunseth, Don Charlisan.
ter, Joan Wirtz, Richard Mand-
Front Row: Peter Bergeson,
Thomas Field, Robert Karinen,
Kathleen Heuer, David Gard-
ner, John Roltach, John Mor-
lock. Row 2: Susan Wagner,
Darla Safford, Lynette Johnson,
John Hanson, Daniel Miller,
Janice Hayes, Denise Bailey,
Sandra Lindemoen. Row 3:
Diana Scherbert, Deborah Strat-
ton, Gregory Arneson, Mary
Halvorson, Joan Overgard, Bar-
bara Kavanaugh, Loree Fehr-
man, Daniel Mettler. Row 4:
Nathan Thompson, Max Reiter,
Donald Brasted, Michael Wef-
ler, David Healy, Janice Neils,
JoNelI Nielsen, Robert Reichow.
Look Forward To The Coming Wonderful Years
Front Row: Thomas Spooner,
Kathleen Chell, Sheri Milburn,
Cora Lee Barnes, Alan Reinarz,
William Winchell, Godfrey Reu-
teler. Row 2: Corrine Clayton,
Linda Dunshee, Kathryn Aldean,
Anne Dalton, Lynnette Hess, Lynn
Curtiss, Susan lsherwood. Row
3: Gayle Comstock, Nancy
Heaton, Gregory Mullin, Mark
Wahlberg, Ronald Smith, Dianne
Halvorson, Emily Page, Donna
Rosier. Row 4: Ellen Stahosky,
Rebecca Lindgren, Steven Na-
son, Michael LoeFfler, Peter
Maxson, Bradley Day, Faye
Diann Halvorson is constructing a
triangle within a circle for her eighth
grade math class taught by Mrs.
This year the class is learning to
add and subtract signed numbers
and construct geometric figures by
the new math. They are studying
many of the same things in the old
math such as fractions. Real and
rational numbers are being taught
by different processes. This year the
main concentration will be on the all
Front Row: Susan Glaser, Dar-
cia Narvaez, Jacquelyn Holm-
quist, Christine Ostrem, Denise
Smith, Allen Rosier, Leslie Bar-
tel, Robert Schmidt. Row 2:
Shelley Harris, Kathryn Thomp-
son, Gregory Johnson, Jane
Miesen, Shelley Nelson, Debra
Schoonmaker, Kristin Hallberg,
Richard Pfutzenreuter. Row 3:
Elizabeth Watson, Vicki Vick,
Ruth Johnson, Michael Sheldon,
Kenneth Hoekstra, Michael Sie-
vers, Denny Lindstrom, Harry
Woodis. Row 4: Kathy Kortes-
maki, Rachel Swendseid, John
Wagner, John Frost, Gary Es-
boldt, Dennis Hanson, Stephen
Mitton, John lsakson.
Seventh Graders Find Themselves Caught In Whirl
Front Row: Geraldine Sargent,
John Hanna, Steve Stillson, Don-
ald Klock, Linda Bowman, Wil-
liam Heaton, Rex Wright. Row
2: Janet Williams, John Nace,
Ella Blume, Alison Henning,
Kathryn Sanoden, David Ander-
son, Pamela Smith. Row 3:
David Hisdahl, Connie Bentley,
Kristine Johnson, Julie Bauman,
Susan Holler, Richard Miller,
Ann Wagenaar. Row 4: Robert
Vollmer, Christine Barrows,
Peter Stish, Jim Hayenga, Mike
Robertson, George Vasilevsky,
Virginia Bone, Ruth Jack.
Front Row: Danny Wise, Glenn
Lindgren, Jeri Johnson, Robert
MacDonald, Robert Larsen, Don-
ald Ott, Billy Helgeson. Row 2:
Miles Johnson, Mary Clayton,
Marc Mayne, Cynthia Hokan-
son, David Kilmer, Lisa Rygg,
Sherry Anker. Row 3: Warren
Sundstrom, Carolyn Bass, Pam
Hanson, Lucille Winchell, Marva
Johnson, John Favilla, Tom
Chelslrom, Terrence White. Row
4: Cheryl Roan, Gary Havir,
John Edwards, Mary Jo Aldean,
Suzanne Cooklin, Barbara
Devey, John Schroder.
Front Row. John Engstrom,
Judith Cameron, Robert Hue-
moeller, Jettrey Noble, Lois Hal-
vorson, Heather Sweetland. Row
2: John Kellogg, Judith Peter-
son, Janelle Ruddick, Richard
Trapp, Gary Holum, Elizabeth
Dow, Raymond Kaufmann, Jr.
Raw 3: Warren Nelson, Cynthia
Munson, Susan Leslie, Chris Bul-
ger, William Kroona, David
Manthey. Row 4: Alan Young-
dahl, Beth Ewy, Ann McPherson,
Larry Keller, Jeanne Knutson,
Ann Condie, David Hansen.
New Surroundings, Teachers, Activities, Faces
Home Economics, taught by Mrs. Bar-
bara Arola, is a required subiect for all
seventh andeighth grade girls. Pictured
here are Cindy Munson, Ann Condie, Kathy
Sanoden, Sue Holter, and Ann McPherson
sampling the food that they have iust
The first year in Home Ec. is based al-
most entirely around cooking and nutrition.
The students start with the simple, easy to
make foods, and gradually work up to
preparing a whole meal. Along with pre-
paring a meal, the proper procedure of
washing dishes and setting tables is also
Front Raw: Cindy Reichow, Bill
Sandberg, Jon Brandt, Ronald
Swensgard, Maryann Wirtz,
Paul Bauer, RoxAnne Christian.
Row 2: Daniel Englund, Kurt
Krey, Dan Clark, Karen Merrick,
Thomas Miller, Dennis Figg,
Greg Oien. Row 3: Shelia Kuhn,
Jane Delger, Silva Kalnais, Gary
Nelson, Marc Bartlett, Janet
Swanson, Sharon lindemann.
Row 4: Joan lsakson, Jan Ross,
Roberta Rice, Duane Wetherby,
John Curtiss, Devie Jaynes, Jan-
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Boys Rewarded For Participation, Sportsmanship
ront Row: Michael Broderick, Martin Brandt, John Ed, Gary Ander-
n, James Wolf, John Kirby, Vincent Azure, Robert Field, Larry
chriefels. Row 2: Patrick Nelson, Keith Willman, Robert Hebbel,
ichard Amrhein, Walter Cheatham, Eric Narvaez, Paul Fardig, Bruce
elson, Michael Peterson, Stephen Johnson. Row 3: David Olson,
Each boy has earned one or more letters for par-
, V in various sports. Besides participation, mem-
ers must show good sportsmanship and maintain a
ood scholastic rating.
ront Row: Kent Cutkomp, Gene Baran, Richard Ross, Clemens Urbau-
hi, Robert RUPP, Richard Pogin. Row 2: Edward Laine, Dean Nelson,
aul Keleher, Andrew Rogness, Richard Lippert, David Miller. Row 3:
Gregory Carlson, Gary Amunrud, Leonard Leier, Thomas Good, Wil-
liam Barrick, David Hagen, James McTie, Kenneth Auld, Jerry John-
son, Charles Turi. Row 4: Walter Gayman, David Vickers, Richard
Bacon, Bruce Anderson, Robert Meyer, Edward Merrill, Dale Swanson,
Ronald Swanson, John Arneman, John Weber, Richard Abraham.
A letter to the boys in M Club represents many long
hourse of practice, numerous bumps, bruises and injuries
and getting out and playing their hardest in an effort
to make Murray victorious.
Lawrence Tunell, Carl Broberg, Paul Schubring, Ralph Peterson, Don-
ald Link, Dennis Amrhein.
Front Row: Colleen Nelson, Daphne Mantis, Teena Mantis, Nancy
Sage, Gloria Sutton, Victoria Beyer, Julie Gleason, Mary Huxley,
Patricia Thurow, Deborah Watt, Anita Anker, Gregory Loettler. Row
2: Roger Kwong, Katherine Kavanaugh, Sara Halvorson, Jane Skov-
holt, Jean Narum, Diane Bohnenblust, Victoria lngvalson, Jean Overe
gard, Louise Duren, Kimball Drobac, Margaret DeWitt, Victoria Keller,
Margot Avey, David Coen, Paul Boyd, Gerald Gabrielson, Bonnie
Hassinger. Row 3: Wanda Jenson, Wayne Schwartz, James Carl:
James Heldt, Larry Manchester, Jananne Flatten, Frank Johns
Richard Souther, Constance Johnson, Diane Johnson, Thomas Nylu
Walter Jalkson, Kathleen McKay, Donald Trapp. Row 4: Consta
Watt, Douglas Lofberg, Stephen Berens, Jon Schoonmaker, J
Smith, Scott Tobin, Barbara Koenig, Cheryl Tunell, Carla Nels
Larry Schepers, Stephen Holets.
Band Members Perform Displaying Musical Talent
l BAND OFFICERS
l President .................... Don Tra,
Vice-President -- ..... Kathy McK
Secretary --- -- Bonnie Hassing
Treasurer -- - Joanne Champag
The band is kept busy during the year
playing at pep assemblies, football, basketbj
and hockey games, marching during half time
football and basketball games and skating dc
ing halt time at hockey games.
Besides playing for school activities, the bar
also performed for the community. They play
in the St. Paul Winter Carnival, at St. Antho
Park elementary school's Memorial Day progr
and at the Fourth of July celebration in
To raise money for music and band equi
ment, the band sold candy and gave a conce
Taking time out to have some fun are ba
director Mr. Alex Heron and Scott Tobin, playi
The pom pom girls, Vickie
Beyer, Louise Duren, Kim Dro-
hoc, Margaret DeWitt and Col-
een Nelson, take time out for
t At right, Murray's skating
band forms a Murray M. if
Band Helps Create Spirit At Games, Assemblies
Front Row: Janice Neils, Paulette Beyer, Nancy Heaton, Susan Glaser,
isa Rugg, Janet Williams, Mary Halvorson, Mary Aldean, Anne Dal-
on, Joan Overgard, Barbara Kavanaugh, Beth Ewy. Row 2: Susan
Wagner, Richard Batdorf, Mark Wahlberg, Alison Henning, Christine
Parrows, Cheryl Roan, Lois Halvorson, Christine Bulger, Jacquelyn
Holmquist, Sherry Anker, Lisa Watson, Ann McPherson, Julie Bauman,
Dianne Halvorson, Margaret Bronkala. Row 3: Diana Scherbert, Ray-
mond Kaufmann, George Vasilevsky, Richard Miller, Gregory Mullin
Peter Bergeson, Paula Thurow, Martha Halvorson, Sheri Milburn
' ' W'll' H aton. Row 4
Christine Ostrem, Gary Havlr, Gary Esboldt, I nam e
David Hansen, Ronald Smith, Thomas Spooner, Kathy Thompson.
The night of the Junior-Senior Prom holds many for the 1964 prom, being led by Steve Johnson, Gret
thrilling events. Perhaps one of the most memorable chen Halvorson, Elwood Enerson, Kay Boyle, Jon Kirby
is the grand march. Pictured above is the grand march
Sue Schroeder, Dave Barthold, and Carol Piermantier
South Sea "Isle Of Paradise" Is 1964 Jr.-Sr. Prom
A little grass shack, palm trees and baby orchids
entwined in fish net truly made the North Star Ballroom
an "Isle of Paradise." The decoration committee,
headed by Marcia Briggs, worked many long hours to
make the i964 prom a south sea island of enchantment.
Other committees for the event were: refreshments
chairman Jeanne Scherbert, datebooks and invitations
chairmen Terry Cutkomp and Dick Abraham, chaperons,
chairman Kathy Hartwick, orchestra, chairman Paul
Fardig, and publicity, chairman Dale Swanson.
Music for the evening was supplied by Rich Klausin
and His Five Piece Band.
Honored guests included Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Tripp,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Simmelink and the Murray faculty.
Prom co-chairmen JoAnn Hayenga and Greg Carl-
son spent the evening of May 8 enioying the results
of their many weeks of planning. They appointed the
committee chairmen and worked with them to make
the prom a complete success.
Chosen from the sophomore class to serve refresh-
ments at the prom were hostesses Margaret DeWitt,
Patti Shoffner, Elizabeth Hebbel, and Kathy Lauerer.
Quill And Scroll Rewards Outstanding Journalists
Twice each year students who have shown
Putstanding iournalistic ability are rewarded
by being accepted into Quill and Scroll.
In order to become a Quill and Scroll
nember, a student must be in the upper one
'hird of his graduating class, have shown out-
standing iournalistic work, have been recom-
'nended by Mr. John Lape, faculty advisor to
'he club, and been approved by the Quill
and Scroll office in Iowa City.
ln the spring of 1964, nine iournalism stu-
ents were accepted into Quill and Scroll.
rom these nine students four officers were
elected to serve during the 1964-65 school
ear. In October, there was another initiation
nd eleven more students were accepted.
Each member of Quill and Scroll receives
membership card, showing that he has been
ccepted, a gold membership pin, which is a
ymbol of his achievement, and a year's sub-
cription to the Quill and Scroll magazine
hich is published four times .during the
Quill and Scroll secretary Kathy Stech, vice-president Myrna
Grunwald and treasurer Barbara Engle stand by as president
Nancy Sage lights the candles at the Quill and Scroll initiation.
C k M dith Razskazoff. Row 3: Barbara Engle, Hugh
ront Row: Sandra Gilbert, Kathleen Rudie, Kathleen Stech, Diann TEVFY Ui Ompi ere
dsl, l.OlS Peterson, Sally Johnson, Gretchen Halverson, Row 2, Coffman, Christine Shulslad, Paul Fardig, Nancy Sage, Leslie Curliss,
ecnne Scherbert, Mary Hokanson, Jean Gallagher, Myrna Grunwald, 505410 5Chf'09de"-
Student Council Promotes Interest In School Affairs
Under the direction of Mr. George Rose, t
Student Council is made up of two representl
tives from each homeroom and four electl
officers. This year, besides its usual montl
meetings, Murray had the added responsibil
of heading the All-city Student Council.
During the year, the Council sponsors ma
events. The March of Toys, the United Ful
Drive and Sno'-Foolin' are all Student Coun
projects. Murray's bookstore is also under t
direction of the Student Council.
The iunior high has its own Student Coun
organization. This teaches the younger studer
the way in which a student governing body
run. This year the officers were president Harl-
Pearson, vice-president John Novak, secreto-
Margie Lembke and treasurer Jonell Nielson.
Santa Claus made a personal visit to Murr
during the Christmas season to collect the t
that students had brought for needy chlldr
throughout the city The March of Toys is
one of the annual events sponsored by the S
dent Council during the year
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Putting the finishing touches on the schools
Christmas tree are student council officers treas
urer Andy Rogness, secretary Bonnie Hassinger
president JoAnn Hayenga and vice-president
, John Palarine.
Ent Row: Erva Snyder, Victoria Beyer, Susan Allison, Margaret
dorfer, Anita Anker, Marilyn Cross, Carol Gieseke, Meredith Raz-
azoff. Row 2: Kent Cutkomp, Mary McDiarmid, Carol Christiansen,
y Strane, Roger Kwong, Thomas Frost, William Dow, Elizabeth
hite. Row 3: Nora Page, Christine Jensen, Susan Razskazoff, Kim-
ball Drobac, Lynn Elvester, Katherine Hartwick, Cynthia Zalar, Jean
Overgard. Row 4: Janice Curtiss, Donald Poskewitz, Richard Souther,
Andrew Rogness, John Arneman, Dale Swanson, Andrew Turnbull,
John Magnuson, James Wolf.
Efficiency, Service Are Library Club Trademarks
The card catalogue, fine slips and mending tape
become familiar obiects to members of Murray's oldest
L rganization, the Library Club. lt has been in existence
or 37 years. Members serve on committees during
heir sophomore and iunior years. Senior members
erve one hour per day in the library under the direc-
ion of club advisor Mr. Leon King.
During the year the Library Club holds various social
ievents, among them being the Book Week Tea held in
the fall and the annual Pin Banquet in the spring.
ont Row: Lois Peterson, Kathleen Laurer, Diane Bohnenblust, Judith
allen, Kathleen Rudie, Nancy Cross, Linda Murray, Gretchen Halvor-
n. Row 2: Dean Swanson, Jane Skovholt, Sara Halvorson, Lois Eber-
rt, Betty Bauman, Laurel Schmugge, Jeanne Scherbert, Mary Hokan-
n, Hugh Coffman. Row 3: Abraham Minawa, Robert Field, Christine
Library Club Officers
President ........... ....... M ary McDiarmid
First Vice-president .... ........ J im Wolf
Second Vice-president --- .... Jeanne Scherbert
Recording secretary .... -- Gretchen Halvorson
Corresponding secretary -- ....... Paul Fardig
Treasurer ,.,.,....,. --- John Davies
Sergeant-at-arms -- - John Arneman
Program Chairman -- -- Claire Milham
Shulstad, Leslie Curtiss, Cathy Runyon, Barbara Souther, Daphne
Mantis, David Sautter, Richard Turnquist. Row 4: Gretchen Bantle,
William Slettom, Paul Fardig, Michael Boyle, Ronald Swanson, Wil-
liam Ubel, John Davies, Claire Milham, Nancy Hunt.
64 Homecoming Queen
Colored construction paper, marks-a-lots,
ie, a lot of glitter, excitement and victory
lped to make the week of October 5 a
After three days of campaigning, the week
ls climaxed by the coronation assembly as
etchen Halvorson was crowned 'the new
,een by Jayne Hanson, Murray's 1963
"Stall the lniuns" was the Homecoming
fgan, which spelled victory for the Pilots as
ey defeated the Humbolt Indians 13-7 at
'ntral stadium Friday afternoon.
Friday night the GAA sponsored our home-
ming dance from 8 to ll.
Besides sponsoring the Homecoming dance,
e GAA sportheads and officers sold Home-
ming buttons, balloons and pom-poms.
Shown in the gym are queen candidates
y Tenney, Marcia Briggs, Gretchen Halvor-
, Sue Schroeder and Elaine Miller and
eir managers Jim Wolf, John Arneman, John
ivies, Bob Field and Bruce Anderson.
A citement Builds As Homecoming Draws To Close
Below, students are using their imaginations to make
isters and slogans which they hope will gain new
pporters for their candidate.
Claire Milham and Hugh Coffman show that cam-
paigning is not all work as they take time out from the
confusion of posters, signs and slogans to relax and
have some fun.
All of the members of the yea
book staff worked together to pr
duce the i965 Pilot. They strived t
put out a book that would be
record of the ideals of the school an
would serve as a memory book t
all Murrayites. lt is a record also
all events cmd happenings that mak
high school life memorable to us
students and adults.
Perhaps the hardest working of
staff members were the
Jeanne Scherbert and Mary
son. Besides rechecking all
before it was sent to the printer
engraver, they were responsible
divisional pages and the openi
Pilot Staff Toils Many Hours Throughout Year
The activities section of
the Pilot contains pictures
of all clubs and school
activities. Shown here
are activities editors Lois
Peterson, Diann Gast and
scheduling and supervis-
ing pictures of the various
organizations, these girls
must write copy regarding
student life at Murray and
record memorable events
that have taken place
during the year. Their's
is the largest section with
Chris Schulstad, Joyce Johnson and Le
Curtiss were chosen as class editors. Tl
iob was to arrange a schedule for fori
homeroom pictures and then supervise th
shots so that the schedule was met. They li
to check each student's name for spelli
Class editors were also responsible for ,
taking of informal candid shots of classes
session and of unusual happenings involv
class participation. Their iob calls for exc
tional accuracy and precision.
The Pilot staff for the i965 book
s chosen in the spring of their
ior year by Mr. John Lape, staff
visor. They immediately began
rk by choosing a theme cmd by
uwing page plans. After. many
lnths of hard work, volume 26 of
p Pilot was complete and ready
' distribution among the students.
Kathy Weber, Betty Bauman and
Ein Gallagher were responsible for
. senior section of the Pilot. They
d to make sure that every senior's
cture and a list of the activities he
s participated in throughout high
1ool was included in their section.
o Gather And Record Happenings Of
ilot business manager Nancy Thompson is
concerned with copy and pictures, yet her
is extremely important to the welfare of
xbook. She collected money and wrote
eipts for each student that wished to pur-
lse an annual.
Elizabeth Torgerson was the advertising
lor for the yearbook. She had to obtain
' from various businesses and nearby mer-
lnts. This increases student contact with the
nmunity and is one of the most important
,rces of income for the Pilot.
Sports editors Kathy
Stech, Terry Cutkomp and
Paul Fardig attended most
athletic events in order to
record scores and other
statistical data pertaining
to the games. They must
also take pictures of the
team and candid shots of
Besides being sports
editor, Terry is also the
artist for the yearbook
and the Murcurie. Paul is
the staff photographer.
He can often be seen
around school with his
camera, taking candid
Murcurie Staff Gathers Information To Print New
and drawing page plans were
a few of the jobs confronting
and past events taking place
Gathering news, writing stori
Murcurie staff. There were nil
issues of the paper during the yeq
each containing news about futu
Susan Austad, business manag
Sally Johnson, advertising editor, aj
Kathy Rudie, special reporter, loc
over the Murcurie record book
Sports editors for the Murcurie were Sandy
Gilbert, Pat Nelson and Gretchen Halvorson.
They are busy pasting up their page for the next
deadline. Their iob included attending and re-
porting on athletic events throughout the year.
They interviewed coaches and team members to
get reactions and predictions for the past, pres-
ent and future athletic contests of the Pilots.
Nancy Sage and Myrna Grunwald held the positions
page one editors of the Murcurie. They were responsible
gathering all the important news that appeared on the fir
page of the paper. This generally included the major sch
events and important happenings that had direct influence
the students and their life at Murray.
The Murcurie is a four page paper
th one page each for feature
ories and sports, and two pages
The staff consists of Journalism 2
Jdents selected by Mr. Lape, staff
lvisor. They were chosen on the
usis of interest and ability after
lccessfully completing Journalism l.
Chuckling over an addition to one
f the humor columns on page three
f the Murc are editors Sue Schroe-
er, Bob Field and Sue Foster. Their
age consisted of editorials, humor
nd feature stories about Murray
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Meredith Razskazoff, Richard Larkin and Mary
Nason were page three editors of the school
paper. This page contains news stories not im-
portant enough to appear on page one, but yet
important enough to be printed. Meredith was
also the exchange editor for the Murc.
This year the Murcurie staff included editor-
in-chief Hugh Coffman. Previously, the page one
editors had also been co-editors of the entire
paper. lt was Hugh's iob to see that all the
stories met the deadline and to make sure that
the staff work was operating smoothly and effi-
ciently. He is shown here asking Mr. Lape about
American Field Service Creates Unity Amid Nation:
Our AFS student this year was Abraham
Minawa from Kampala, the capital of
Uganda, Africa. I
Abe, as he is more commonly known, 1
stayed with the Andrew Rogness family.
As a sports enthusiast, Abe participated
in swimming and in track. His specialty
in track was the pole vault.
Uganda 1 l
Cabal . , . . .
Jim Wolf, Murray s AFS student who participated in the summer
program, watches as John Arneman initiates Abe Minawa, our ex-
change student from Uganda, Africa, into Library Club. Judy Hallen,
who was also initiated, looks on.
American Field Service, AFS, is ar
exchange program between countries
by which high school students relate
ideas and customs.
Murray. supports two programs.
One in which a student spends the
summer abroad and the other where-
by a student spends the entire school
year in a foreign country.
Murray's representative for the
1963-64 summer program was Jim
Wolf. Jim spent three months in the
small agricultural village of Calumpit,
Bulacan, located in the Philippines.
Everyone is rushing to buy ice
cream at the AFS sponsored ice!
cream social. Proceeds were used to
support Murray's AFS program. t
Shown here are the
'64-65 FTA officers,
tasurer Clarlynn Wach-
',, president Elise Hagen,
se-president Leslie Cur-
s and secretary Carol
isenthal. lt is the offi-
rs iob to plan each
eeting, contact speakers
ld see that each meet-
g is run as smoothly
Future Teachers of America is an organization which they wanted to ioin FTA and what they thought should
cquaints students with the teaching profession. be done in the club.
FTA is open to only iuniors and seniors. Members At their monthly meetings, members listened to
mis year were required to write an essay telling why speakers, saw movies and drew up a constitution
Students Gain Knowledge Of Teaching Profession
'i'l A ' Setting up the display showcase for edu
and Betty Bauman.
cation week are FTA members Stephanie
Siebert, Joy Bartlett, Sue Christopherson
if " fd
Front Row: Pamela Roan, Gale Sweetland, Diane Beseman, Sandra
Gilbert, Mary McDiarmid, Patti Shoffner, Kathryn Dunwald, Kathleen
Stech, Ruth Manchester, Diane Bohnenblust. Row 2: Diann Gast,
Judith Hallen, Elizabeth Hebbel, Wendy Bauman, Janet Lipke, Mary
Wolf, Barbara Johnson, Susan Reinarz, Carol Christianson, Susan
Schroeder. Row 3: Jacqueline Peterson, Janice Knutson, Wendy
German Club Gives Stud
Schmugge, Linda Knippenberg, Hugh Coffman, David Sautter, Wend
Frerichs, Cynthia Zalar, Chris Shulstad, Nancy Brokopp. Row
Roger Alker, Donald Paskewitz, Kerry Stein, Robert Hebbel, Pa
Keleher, Edward Merrill, John Arneman, Paul Fardig, Larry Tunel
ents Chance To Learn
The German Club had approximately 80
members in l965. lt held monthly meetings
with the purpose of learning more about
Germany,. its people and customs. In the
fall the initiation meeting was the high-
light. ln the spring, the pancake breakfast
was held where the future officers were
Miss Karen Peterson, new to Murray's
staff, advised the club during the year and
helped the officers plan interesting and
The German Round Singers are a group
of German students that performed at var-
ious programs throughout the year.
German Club officers Sandy Gilbert,
program chairman, John Arneman, vice-
president, Jim Wolf, president, and Kerry
Stein, treasurer were kept busy throughout
the year planning meetings that would
interest the club members. They had to
work together to keep the organization
'ront Row: Marilyn Cross, Karen Karinen, Nancy Kilmer, Karla Hokon-
on, Nancy Cross, Gloria iSutton, Katherine Kavanaugh, Elizabeth
eber, Judy Tenney, Theresa Broderick. Row 2: .Ioy Strane, Terry
utkomp, Mary Hokanson, Susan Allison, Mary Huxley, Carol Balt-
azer, Susan Kellogg, Barbara Koenig, Kathleen Laurer, Deborah
att. Row 3: Christine Brandt, Mary Zalar, Lynn Elvesler, Nancy Hunt,
Jane Schroeder, Thomas Frost, Richard Turnquist, Dean Swanson,
Janet Hartwick, Roger Kwong, Patricia Leslie. Row 4: Thomas Hopp,
James Wolf, Ronald Nelson, William Slettom, Gregory Loefiler, Wal-
ter Cheatham, John Magnuson, Claire Milham, Gretchen Bantle,
iOt Germany, Its People, Their Customs And Ideals
Santa himself paid a visit to the German Club
is party. Chris Brandt is shown above in a skit
St. Nick for club members. The Weinachtspartei
Christmas party is an annual club event.
New initiates Dick Turnquist, Dave Sautter, Jane
Schroeder and Karla Hokanson perform their assigned
tasks for second year German Club members Tom Hopp
and Mary Wolf.
Spanish Club Members Study Latin American Wayi
l E 7, ,..,,
Front Row: Kathleen McKay, Lynn Sievers, Candis Brobakken, Yvonne Solstad, Betty Bauman, Barbara Comstock, Barbara Souther,'Barba
Overbee, Diane Olson, Diana Johnson, Carol King, Christine Ubel. Blue, Row 4: Patricia Freeman, Joyce Johnson, Mary Barrick, Er
Row 2: Gail Dubruiel, Mary Woodhouse, Deborah Watt, Linda Dun- Narvaez, Edward Laine, Jo Ann Hayenga, Cathy Runyon, Morgar
wald, Jeanne Ostrem, Sonya ShoFfner, Nancy Peterson, Viveca John- DeWitt.
son. Row 3: Mary Nason, Linda Mikutowski, Elizabeth White, John
Front Row: Elizabeth Torgerson, Linda Finger, Victoria Beyer, Linda
Gilbert, Heather Murray, Patricia Finger, Pamela Reisdorph, Mrs.
Conley. Row 2: Margaret Pomeroy, Laurel Schmugge, Jane Owens,
Katherine Keller, Patricia Thurow, Judith Sontag, Dianne Overbee,
Joy Bartlett. Row 3: Kay Sanford, Barbara Heinz, Star Strane, David
Drobac, Carol Pfutzenreuter, Kathy Donovan, Joan Brings, Myrn
Grunwald. Row 4: Nancy Melander, Claudia Merrick, Nancy Sag
Daniel Brink, David Miller, Susan Christopherson, Linda Rosenwald
And Celebrate "Three King's Day" During Holidays
Instead of our Christ-
mas, the Spanish Club
"Three King's Day" dur-
ing January. They also
had regular monthly
, Officers for the year
included president Eric
Na rva ez , vice-president
JoAnn Hayenga, secre-
tary Nancy Sage, treas-
urer Dave Drobac and
program chairman Judy
The Spanish Club sing-
ers work with the club
and perform for Murray
Spanish Club vice-president JoAnn Hayenga
serves refreshments to thirsty club members after
the breaking of the pinata,
Members of Spanish Club eagerly await the
moment when Carol Pfutzenreuter will hit the pinata,
spilling out the goodies contained inside.
row Marcia Berge
aurel Schmugge Jane
wens Elizabeth Torger
o Sonya Shoffner
alhy Runyon Gay
romquist Carol Pfut-
enreuter, Kathy Keller,
oan Heaton. Row 2:
andy Reichow, Heather
urray, Dianne Overbee,
ail Dubruiel, Jeanne
strem, Margaret Swan-
on, Barbara Souther,
ground of the Latin language
shown acting out characters
Latin Club's purpose is t
acquaint its members with anciei
Roman civilization and the bacl
that they may see the great lr
fluence the Romans and their lar
guage have on the world toda
Two activities of the club durin
the year were the fall initiatio
and the annual spring banquet
This year's officers were Jo
Davies, Consul, Martha Halvorsr
Consul, Lois Rogen, Quaestor: J
Curtiss, Aedile, Sara Halvorso
At the fall initiation, new in
tiates Lou Ann Keleher, Donn
Schaefer, Harlan Pearson, Mar
Steinhauser and James Bates a
Latin Lives As Club Members Study Ancient Rome
Front Row: Leslie Bauer, Constance Watt, Erva Snyder, Mary Marshall,
Patricia Ruff, Anita Anker, Jane Bergeson, Margery Lembke, Lou Ann
Keleher, Mary Andrews. Row 2: Sora Halvorson, Sarah Underhill,
Beverly Caldwell, Lois Eberhart, Lois Rogen, Donna Schaefer John
Christenson, Mark Schmugge, Nora Page, Kathleen Lauerer. flow 3:
Martha Halvorson, John Benson, Timothy Thorstenson, James Jens
James Bates, Susan Christenson, Jean Overgard, Jan Curtiss, 'HM
Wahlberg, Jane Skovholt. Row 4: John Polarine, Harlan
Sandra Brown, Gerald Pearson, Michael Boyle, David Merrell,
Hebbel, John Davies, Patricia McMoy, Mark Steinhauser.
League Practices Water Ballet For Shows
Aquatic League officers were Gloria Sutton, Treas-
udy Hallen, secretary, Marcia Briggs, president,
ancy Hunt, vice-president.
A, group of Aquatic League members execute dif-
erent stunts during a number performed at the fall
emonstration. Another show is given in the spring.
Row: Leslie Bauer, .loan Heaton, Linda Rosenwald, Judy Hallen, Strain, Gloria Sutton, Cynthia Zalar, .lan Curtiss. Row 3: Daphne
Sweetland, Wendy Bauman, Linda Kloek, Hebe Morgan, Kathy Mantis, Tina Mantis, Betty Bauman, Mary Zalar, Marcia Briggs,
Row 2: Nancy Sage, Joyce Johnson, Pamela Wahlberg, Sandra Brown, Susan Razskazotif, Nancy Uram.
unt, Barbara Comstock, Mary Ahlgren, Susan Nelson, Patricia
Aquatic League members are chosen in
the fall on the basis of their swimming
The members practice regularly in order
to prepare for their demonstration in the
fall and the Aquatic League show in the
spring. All of the numbers for the spring
show are written by the members.
The Aquatic League is under the super-
vision of Miss Patricia Lightbourn.
ln victory or defeat the cheerleaders never lose event a contest not always easily won but never easil
their school spirit lt is this never say die quality in these lost Some of the cheerleaders also show their Ioyalt
girls that reflected In the team make every athletic by working on the school spirit committee.
Cheerleaders Encourage Spirit, Victory For Team
Promoting school spirit is the difficult but ve
rewarding iob of ten Murray girls. The chee
leaders devote most of their spare time to th
task of arousing the student body to full suppo
of our athletic events.
The cheerleaders were chosen in the sprin
on the basis of poise and cheerleading abilit
This year the squad was increased from seven t
ten members. lt consisted of four seniors an
six iuniors. The newly organized squad electe
Judy Tenney and Chris Jensen as their co-ca
tains. During the winter sports season the
divided in half to form two separate squads wit
five cheering at hockey games and five
The cheerleaders sponsored pep assembli
throughout the year. These always typifie
school spirit at its peak as students ioined i
on the cheers and laughed at the entertainin
Murray's 1964-65 A-squad cheerleader
were Kathy Hartwick, Gretchen Halvorson, Bo
nie Hassinger, Pam Roan, Judy Tenney, Jud
Sontag, Leslie Curtiss, Chris Jenson, Katie Sull
van and Patty Thurow.
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H'E'1l.YEPli l"l"lWlY Pll-DTS!
Although a relatively new group around Murray,
te B-squad cheerleaders have quickly made their pep
nd vitality felt at all B-squad athletic events. This is
nly the second year that this group has been in exist-
nce. They are chosen in the spring at the same time
s the A-squad cheerleaders and must be in the eighth,
inth or tenth grades to be eligible.
This year the girls chose Beverly Caldwell as their
aptain. They spent the summer organizing their cheers
nd planning their uniforms. They chose navy blue ber-
tudas with matching vests and sweaters as their cheer-
l Shown in pyramid position are Murray's B-squad
:heerleaders Janet Hartwick, Beverly Caldwell, Christel ,
tlelson and Joan Heaton. 5
B-Sqiuacl Cheerleaders Add Vitality To Jr. Varsity
Shown here in one of
their practices during the
week are B-squad cheer-
leaders Christel Nelson,
Janet Hartwick, Beverly
Caldwell and .loan Heaton.
Not only do the girls attend
all B-squad athletic events
but they must also constantly
revise and improve their
Their iob is very important
to Murray's future athletics.
By keeping up team spirit in
the B-squad, the cheer-
leaders play an essential
part in molding the quality
of future A-squad team
Entertaining At Various School Assembly Programs
f J' 5 5
Shown here during one of their
rehearsals, are octet members
Gretchen Halvorson, Roger Steen,
Pam Wahlberg, Harold Hallanger,
Claire Milham, Brian Olson, Joy
Bartlett and Don Trapp.
Front Row: Heather Murray, Elizabeth Torgerson, Clarlynn Wachter,
Gretchen Halvorson, Nancy Cross, Marcia Berge, Judy Tenney, Pam-
ela Roan. Row 2: Elizabeth Hebbel, Nora Page, Jane Owens, Marilyn
Cross, Stephanie Siebert, Mary McDiarmid, Diana Johnson, Trudy
Fales, Paulette Boyd. Row 3: Donna Youngdahl, Nancy Uram, Linda
Dunwald, Christine Jensen, Jan Curtiss, Linda Manke, Ruth Frost,
The choirs, under the direction of Miss Mariori
Rusch, sang at various assemblies, which include-
the annual March of Toys and Christmas assembly
at the St. Paul Christmas Pageant and in the Oper
etta this spring. They also sang at graduation i
This year the senior choir purchased new gowng
which they wore at all the programs they gav'
The new gowns are a gray-gold color with a rever
able stole which can be worn either black or gol
Displaying the new choir robes are this year'
senior choir officers, Vice-president Bob Field, Pres
ident .lack Schaaf, Treasurer Mary McDiarmid ana
' s' Secretary Gretchen Halvorson.
Diana Hoffman, Roger Steen, John Slettom, Raymond Gammel.
4: Nancy Peterson, Margaret Pomeroy, Patricia Nelson, Sandra
Pamela Wahlberg, Susan Christenson, Barbara Swanson
Reiter, Jack Schaaf, Brian Olson, Kirby Johnson, Theodore
At right, looking over one of their songs, are a few
ninth grade choir members. They are Steve Ehlers,
Paulson, Steven Fardig, David Christiansen, Teena
Jane Schroeder, Karla Hokanson and Elizabeth
They are being accompanied on the piano by
nt Row: Elaine Miller, Judy McMahon, Judith Montgomery, Pauline
yd, Carol Rosenthal, Charlotte Koeper, Lois Eberhart, Constance
glund, Patti Shoffner, Kathleen Stech. Row 2: Lynnae Lee, Janice
ingson, Joy Bartlett, Kathryn Weber, Betty Bauman, Arlene Chelt,
rbara Heinz, Diane Steen. Row 3: Richard Bone, William Weber,
chael Rosenwald, Vincent Azure, Richard Givans, George Floetl,
'r Members Lift Their Voices Together In Song
At left, looking over their music sheets, are a few
of the junior choir members. They are Glen Standquist,
Devie Jaynes, Kristin Hallberg, Billy Helgeson and
Barbara Thoennes, Leah Mortensen, Mary Wall, Elise Hagen, Susan
Tselos, Martha Halvorson. Row 4: Mark Halverson, Walter Cheatham,
Jerry Johnson, Charles Ingvalson, Thomas Swanson, Leonard Leir,
Claire Milham, Leslie Curtiss, Katherine Hartwick, Karen Roufs, Mar-
garet Carlson, Barbara Souther, Joan Briggs.
Stage Force, Prolectlon Crew Are Unseen Workers
The stage force and proiection crew are
kept busy throughout the year providing
service to the school.
During the school months, the stage
'force prepares the stage for assemblies,
adiusts the lights and microphones, and
keeps the stage clean. The stage force
advisor is Mr. Sorenson.
The projection crew's iob is to see that
all equipment is kept in running order for
classroom use. They also order the films
that are to be shown in the classrooms.
Mr. Marengo is the advisor of the proiec-
At left, the stage force crew members
are Bartley Cooney, John Marsh, Henry
Schwartz, Roger Addis,. Edward Simon and
Members of the proiection crew, below,
are Richard Turnquist, Tom Frost, Richard
Amrhien, Gary Amunrud, Dan Brink, Denny'
Amrhien, John Sparks, Doug Hughes, Dave
Kroona, John MacDonald, Jim Lexcen and
Richard Allred. 3
nt Row: Gale Sweetlancl, Judy Tenney, Clarlynn Wachter, Sonia
anson, Pat Ruff, Bonnie Hassinger, Pamela Roan. Row 2: Mary
Diarmid, Jeanne Scherbert, Patricia Thurow, Jane Owens, Lois
erhart, Elise Hagen, Diann Gast, Sally Johnson. Row 3: Kathy
Stech, Robert Field, Janice Knutson, Kathy Hartwick, Kimball Drobac,
Susan Tselos, Joy Bartlett, Linda Anderson. Row 4: Patricia McMoy,
JoAnn Hayenga, Donald Trapp, Paul Schubring, Richard Larkin,
Kerry Stein, Nancy Sage, Cheryl Stelmach.
'65 Dramatic Club Activated By New Leadership
Two one act plays, The Happy Journey
nd The Still Alarm, and the senior class
lay were among the many tasks antici-
ated by the Dramatic Club this year.
The club is under the new direction of
r. Gerald Skelly.
Officers were Kathy Hartwick, president,
Johnson, vice-president, Richard Lar-
treasurer, Bonnie Hassinger, secretary,
Jeanne Scherbert, program chairman.
Above, Clarlynn Wachter, Kathy Hartwick, Mary
McDiarmid and Kerry Stein wait as Sue Tselos ser-
vices their car during The Happy Journey.
As part of the initiation, Joy Bartlett gets bags
tied on her feet by old Dramatic Club members
Bonnie Hassinger and Jane Owens. Sally John-
son and Richard Larkin talk to another new initiate
Elise Hagen while preparing more bags for the
other new initiates.
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Two one-act plays were pre-
sented to the school in the fall.
They were "The Happy Jour-
ney" and "The Still Alarm".
They were produced by the
Dramatic Club. Lynda Ander-
son, Paul Schubring, Sally John-
son and Jeanne Scherbert are
shown at the left conversing in
a burning hotel in "The Still
Dramatic Department Provides Enioyment For All
The dramatic department at Murray participated
many activities in the past year.
Members of the club put on skits for assembli
helped with the senior class play, and also produ
two one-act plays.
ln the spring of i964 the choir presented "The Ki
and I" in coniunction with the dramatic department.
Cast of "The King and l"
The King of Siam .................. Dennis Eng
Anna Leonowens --- -- Gail Gow
Lady Thiang ..... --- Joy Bartl
Tuptim ........ -- Coral Ber
Lun Tha - -- -- Don Tra
During the Christmas season, the Speech ll Cla
helped with the March of Toys drive. Below, San
Brown is shown in a skit presented for the March of Toy
wood P. Dowd .......... Kerry Stein
eta Louise Simmons - Elizabeth Torgerson
yrtle Mea Simmons -- Clarlynn Wachter
filliam Chumley, M.D. -- Paul Schubring
'man Sanderson, M.D.-Walter Cheatham
Jth Kelly, R.N. ........ Kathi Hartwick
uane Wilson -- --- Richard Larkin
Lynn Elvester and Lynda Anderson get a fashion show from
Class of '65 Presents 'Harvey'
"Harvey", a story about an imaginary six-foot white rabbit,
was the selection chosen as the senior class play for l965. Try-outs
were held in January. Kerry Stein and Elizabeth Torgerson were
chosen for the lead roles. Committees were formed for costumes,
props and publicity, and the play was produced in February.
anne Scherbert becomes Miss Johnson.
et me sit down! Only get me someplace where l can sit "Harvey gqyg he'd like one, foo , , , yes, two
King Q Queen
Sno'-Day A Success As Activities Reign Supreme
February 5 was the date chosen for Murray's i965
winter playday, Sno'-Foolin'. Sno'-Foolin' is an annual
event sponsored by the Student Council. Students pur-
chased buttons which entitled them to take part in the
Sno'-Foolin' began in the morning at the coronation
assembly as Cheryl Stelmach and Steve Johnson were
chosen to reign over the days activities. A broomb
game and skate races took place at Como Park duri
the afternoon, and a iunior high sock hop was hel
After a basketball game where Murray was victorio
over Washington and a swim meet against Highla
that the Pilots also won, a senior high dance was hel
Surrounding the sno
horse, made by the seni
class in the snow sculptur
contest, are Sno-foolin' ca
didates Bill Barrick, Clair
Milham, Steve Johnson, Do
na Youngdahl, Dick Abr
ham, JoAnn Hayenga, Joh
Arneman, Kathi Hartwic
Cheryl Stelmach, Mary M
Diarmid, Greg Carlson an
The candidates were cho
en by a vote taken in th
senior homerooms. The
were presented at an asse
bly and were voted on b
the entire student bod
The winning couple wa
crowned at an assembly hel
on Sno-foolin' day.
Gridders Victorious Til Heartbreaking End
ont row: Chuck Turi, Dean Nelson, Steve Johnson, Don Paskewitz,
hn Palerine, Larry Schreifels, Gary Nutz, Mike Clark, Kirk Condie.
ow 2: Dave Hagen, Larry Huwe, Ron Nelson, John Ed, Jerry John-
n, Gary Englund, Jon Kirby, Dick Ross, Bruce Bates, Bob Rupp, Ted
Murray 15 -
Murray 26 -
Murray 14 -
Murray 13 -
Murray 13 -
Murray 32 ---
After losing 21-7 to Johnson, the Pilots smashed
ashington 15-2. Scoring touchdowns were Ken Auld
nd Dave Hagen. The Pilots won their second victory
ver Highland 26-O. Dave Hagen scored 12 points,
im McTie 8, and Ken Auld 6. The defeat over Harding
oved the Pilots into a tie for first place.
'Stall the lniuns' was the Homecoming slogan and
he gridders did just that. The Humboldt game ended
n a 13-7 victory for the Pilots. Ken Auld scored both
Murray washed over the Greenwave 13-O. Scoring
gains Monroe were Ken Auld and Dean Nelson.
The season's thriller was the Mechanics' game. With
he Pilots behind 26-27 and their defense shredded by
Gredvig. Row 3: Coach Reno Rossini, Dick Abraham, Larry Tunnell,
Jim McTie, Kenny Auld, Greg Carlson, Dale Swanson, John Weber,
Wally Gayman, Pat Nelson, Bill Underhill, Bill Barrick, Mike Brode-
rick, Ass. Coach Robert Ritter.
----- Johnson 21
- - - Washington 2
- - Highland Park 0
------ Harding 7
- - - - Humboldt
------ Monroe 0
- - Mechanic Arts 27
------ Central 14
the dazzling performances of Mechanics' Bill Price, the
never-say-die Murray team staged a series of thrilling
rallies ending with Dick Abraham's 82-yard Kick-off
run with 58 seconds remaining. This brought the Pilots
a 32-27 victory. Dave Hagen scored three touchdowns
and Dick Abraham scored two.
The Pilots then found themselves facing the Minute-
men who shared the lead with them. This heartbreaking
game ended in a 14-0 loss as the team saw Central
score two touchdowns in the last quarter Murray then
retired to a third place with a 6-2 conference record.
Appointed to the All-City team were Greg Carlson,
Dave Hagen, and captain Wally Gayman. Dave Hagen
was the third highest scorer in the city with 48 points.
Team's Spirit, Drive Creates Exciting 1964 Season
Jubilant Murray cheerleaders enthusiastically escort left to right, Judy Tenny, Pam Roan, Leslie Curtiss
their winning team off the field. Cheerleaders are, from Sontag, Katie Sullivan and Kathi Hartwick.
At right, John Weber l7ll attempts to block a Hard-
ing player's kick. Murray won l4-7 and moved into
Greg Carlson, All-city end attempts to block ci Scots-
man's pass at the Highland game as Dick Ross rushes
in to help.
Jim McTie makes an open field tackle on a Monroe
halfback as Dean Nelson moves up to aid. The Pilots'
defense proved effective as they held Monroe scoreless.
Greg Carlson tries to trip up Monroe quarterback
Lenny Salstrom who barely gets a pass away above the
outstretched arms of John Weber as Steve Johnson
Junior Gridders Learn Teamwork, Gain Experience
The Junior Varsity improved its record of last year as the Pilots lost to Mechanic Arts and Central by scores
y defeating Highland Park l9-l3 and edging Monroe of l3-6. Murray was blanked by Harding and Humboldt
-6. One touchdown proved to be the margin of defeat as they scored 14 and 32 points respectively.
h R C ton Wall Knutson Clem Urbanski John Magnuson,
Front Row: Larry Manchester, Chuck White, John Allison, Larry Weih- Coac on aus , y , I
rauch, Steve Lee, John Christiansen, Greg Bauer, Jim Bates.' Row 2: Dave Christianson, Dan Brink, Denny Hughes, Doug Anderson, Paul
Charles Aldean, Dick Turnquist, Ron Hagen, Ed Piermantier, Dean Boyd, Harry Strandquist, Paul Broberg, Coach John Pearson.
Swanson, Rocky Schultz, Jeff Hayenga, Harlan Pearson. Row 3:
Murroy's top seven runners: Marty Brandt, Kent Cutkomp, Tom Good, Andy Rogness, Mickey Peterson, Dave Olson and Roger Kwong.
Undefeated Cross Country Pacers Capture City Title
Front Row: Lyning Peterson, Jim Lexcen, Don Lonetti, Ed Laine, Pete Hakenson. Row 2: Eric
Narvaez, Kerry Stein, Dick Pogin, Kent Cutkomp, Roger Kwong, Marty Brandt. Row 3: Mickey
Peterson, Andy Rogness, Keith Willman, Tom Good, Dave Olson, Bruce Nelson, Coach Bernard
Avenging their narrow 1962 loss of the City title to Central, Murray's
Cross Country team unseated them 37-40 to win the City and Regional
championships. The meet found Marty Brandt leading in fourth place with
Kent Cutkomp fifth, Tom Good sixth, Mickey Peterson ninth, Andy Rogness
thirteenth, Dave Olson seventeenth and Roger Kwong nineteenth. The unde-
feated harriers, co-captained by Marty Brandt and Tom Good, made fine
showings in the Swain Invitational Meet at Duluth where they placed eleventh,
in the Nakomis Invitational Meet they placed third and in the State Meet
where they placed twelfth.
Murray-19 - Washington-3
Murray-18 Highland Park-4
Murray-1 5 - - - Humboldt-5,
Murray-15 - - - Harding-
Murray-17 .... Johnson-4
Murray-17 - - Forest Lake-5
Murray-27 ...... Cretin-2
Desire, Spectators Encourage Hard-working lcemen
l Posting a 7-8-1 conference record, the Murray b
nckey team finished in sixth place. After losing their
'st games to Monroe, Johnson and Washington, the
lcksters defeated Mechanic Arts, Central and High-
nd and tied Harding 1-1. ln the second round, the
pmen again were upset by Monroe and Johnson but
irprised Washington as they dominated play and
lmbled the Prexies 8-1.
The Pilots' dream of a berth in the State Hockey
iurnament was quenched in the first regional playoff
a the Prexies reversed the action and defeated the
The team was captained by Mike Broderick who
ceived honorable mention on the all-city team, and
4 Steve Johnson.
urray Highland Park ..... - .. 3-0, 6-0
urray Central ..... - - 3-1, 3-2
urray Harding - - - - - 1-1, 2-5
urray Humboldt - - .. - - 1-3, 0-2
urray Johnson ..... - - 2-4, 0-5
urray Mechanic Arts - - - - - 5-1, 4-1
urray Monroe ...... - - 2-3, 0-2
urray Washington --- -- --- 1-2, 8-1
At right, the pride of a devoted coach is captured
s he watches his boys. Below, a silhouetted spectator
ncourages the team. Words or pictures, however, can-
ot express the feelings experienced as one watches
team fight for victory and for a school they are
l to represent. K,
Front Row: Mgr. Owen Able, Jerry Weber, Larry Schreifels, John Ed,
Jon Kirby, Don Lonetli, Mgr. Nathan Thompson: Row 2: Dick Lippert,
Jerry Johnson, Steve Johnson, Mike Broderick, Mickey Peterson, Jim
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At left, three Harding players gaze in disbelief a
the puck in the net. The goal was made by Miki
Broderick llOl, assisted by Mickey Peterson ll4l.
The Murray team huddles in front of the net 'fo
some last minute encouragement before the Centr
game. The Pilots defeated the Minutemen 3-i.
Below, Murray defenseman Tom Good l5l move
in to cover the net for goalie John Ed, while Gre
Carlson l3l skates after the sidelined puck.
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,Young Icemen Post Fine 5-2-1 Conference Record
X Murray's B-Squad pucksters began their season by 'fought with Monroe and Harding. Their only loss was
hutting out Central and Highland, 8-O and 6-O respec- a 5-O Johnson shutout. ln tournament play, the JV beat
vely. They went on to defeat Washington and Hum- Monroe but lost to Johnson 3-l.
,oldt by 5-2 and Mechanics 5-l. Tie games were
'lDf1f ROW: TOM NYlUf1d. -l0l1n CJWJSYJGHSOV1, Jim Pillelkow, Steve l-ee, berg, Dan Paulson, John Hankenson, Dick Turnquist, Ray Forlelte,
ayne Schwartz, David Saulter, John Smith, Larry Kirby, Noel Rosen- Ron Hagen, John Magnuson, Jim Heldt, Frank Koenig, Mgr. Lyning
-al, Gary Vogelsang. Row 2: Vern Smith, Jay Anderson, Paul Bro- Peterson, Coach John Pearson.
Front row: Gene Baran, Bob Blank, Ron Leu, Steve Amunrud, Dan Hagen, Paul Beinhoff, Jim
Carlson. Row 2: Dana Miller, Ken Auld, Buzz Cheatham, Dave Vickers, Ron Amlatte, Charles
Amunrud, Bruce Scherbert, Mgr. Howard Stendahl.
Pilot Gymnasts Improve Record i
Mr. Vernon Peterson's gymnastic squad improved
on its winless record of last year by winning over Mon-
roe 24OV2-5OV2 and over Humboldt l44V2-61112.
Losses were suffered at the hands of Highland Park,
Harding, Washington, and Johnson.
Murray placed six entries in the city meet and
moved up to sixth place. In A class, Gene Baran placed
eighth in the horizontal bar and Dave Vickers was fifth
Co-captain Buzz Cheathal
works out on the parallel bar
Buzz, who has been in gymnasti
for three years, was one of t
mainstays of the team.
on the horse. Ken Auld ranked eighth "All-Around"
B class, sixth on the rings and fifth on the parallel bar
Other B class finalists were Chuck Amunrud, Dana Mille
and Dan Hagen.
Left, Gene Baran does a handstand on the high bar.
Right, Ken Auld practices his B class set on the rings.
Below, senior Dave Vickers hurdles the horse.
Nrestlers Post 5-3 Record, Win Third Place Honors
Aldean, Rocky Schultz, Kirk Condie, Larry Tunell, Larry John-
Co-captain Bob Field scores a near pin in the
Poye, Doug Keating, Kent Cutkomp, John Kuiawa, Roger Kwong, ston, Steve Richards, Harry Strandquist, Eric Narvaez, Bruce Wether-
' ' ' I' : C h Ronald Causton.
Bauer, Steve Milburn, Tom Frost, Mark lmbertson, Dick Pogln, by, Pat Nelson. Knee mg oac
Murray's wrestlers rose to third place in city stand-
ings with a 5-3 record.
In the opening meet at Highland, Murray downed
the Scotsman 41-l l. They went on to smash Washing-
ton 49-5 and squeeze by Humboldt 29-25. The Pilots
then fell to Harding 2l-22. They came back to defeat
Johnson and Central 26-16 and 32-36 respectively.
Mechanic Arts turned back the Pilots 24-29 and in the
last meet Murray lost 29-25 to Monroe.
ln the District, Kirk Condie placed first, Pat Nelson,
second, Steve Richards, third, and Doug Keating and
Greg Poye both took fourth place. '
Junior Kirk Condie puts a cradle on his Highland
Tourne Murray captured first place ahead opponent in the Christmas Tournament. Kirk placed first
four other St. Paul conference schools. in this match and went on to the Region. 4
C0 captain Pat Nelson
pins his opponent in the
Highland match. He
placed second in the dis-
Front Row: Mgr John Novak, Vince A B
, zure, ruce Bates, Coach Dick Abraham, Andy Rogness, Bruce Anderson, Dale Sw.an.sT1r1, E
George Rose, Mike Vigil, Jim Wolf, Mgr. Jeff Hayenga. Row 2:: Merrell, Pete Neubeck, Ron SWGHSOI1, DOH 5I'00k5f Alex 5'm'C -
Determined Pilots Hampered By Narrow Margins
year's basketball team, coached by Mr. George Rose
Bruce Anderson makes a layup agains M.A
was captalned by Dick Abraham.
Still lacking in height when compared to the other teams the
cagers won only two games both over Washington. Althou h th
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Pilots 2-win, lO-loss record was not impressive, a definite im-
provement was shown as the team lost by very narrow mar ins
in tour games, the most thrilling of which was their 58-56 loss
Leading scorers were Bruce Anderson and Ed Merrell.
Andy Rogness, Bruce Anderson and Bruce Bates battle for the ball.
Ed Merrell shoots above the out-
-retched hands of Mechanic Arts
l 6'4V2" center Ed Merrell iumps on a
lip-off as Wooly Rogness, Bruce Ander-
.on, Vince Azure and Ron Swanson
'nove into position.
Highland Park-46 .....
- Murray- 5 5
Harding-77 .... - - Murray-55
Humboldt-56 - - - - - Murray-53
Johnson-68 ---- - - Murray-44
Central-63 ....... - - Murray-44
Mechanic Arts-58 - - - - Murray-45
Monroe-50 ..... - - Murray-43
Highland Park-64 - .. - - Murray-52
Washington-47 - - - - Murray-57
Humboldt-69 ........ Murray-34
Harding-58 ......... Murray-56
Mounds View-55 ..... Murray-29
Mounds View-44 - - - - Murray-30
Conggg-diq-52 ---- -- Mun-qy-51 Vince Azure make a des-
Bregk-37 ,,,--- -- Mu,-I-qy-53 perate attempt to knock the
S,P,A,-44 ,,,----- -- Mun-qy-53 ball from the hands of a
North Branch-64 -- -- Murray-66 Highland QUUYCJ-
B-Squad Bucketeers Exhibit Balanced Team Effort
The Junior Varsity showed strong team effort with ln conference action the young cagers beat Highland
ell balanced scoring in attaining a 6-win, i0-loss 52-35 and Monroe 50-44.
anding: Roger Acker, Larry Huwe, Bob Sholtner, Ross Johnson, Dave son, Larry Manchester, Wally Knutson, Jim Bates, Gary Engllund, Tim
hristianson, Greg Loeffler, Dave Merrell, Dan Brink, Doug Ander- Thorstenson. Kneeling: John Benson, Robert Ritter, John Allison.
Front Row: Denny Cameron, Ed Piermantier, Tony Baran, Mark Wal-
berg, Jim Hunt, Jim Olson, Steve Ehlers, Danny Miller, Ray Jack.
Row 2: Mark Steinhauser, Rick Souther, Bob RUPP, Jon Schoonmaker,
Harlan Pearson, Mike LoeFfler, John Solstad, Jerry Pearson, Dean
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Swanson, John Sparks, Denny Amrhien. Row 3: Paul Fardig, Jim Sari
gent, Rich Amrhien, Steve Fardig, John Davies, Denny Hughes, Bo
Hebbel, Chuck Zotalis, Gary Anderson, Don Link, Mike Boyle, Dic
Bacon, Ralph Peterson, John Arneman, John MacDonald.
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Sur ers Seize City, Twin City An :strict rop les
Monroe-29 ............. Murray-65 Murray-52 - - ............. Stillwater-43
Mechanic Arts-26 -- Murray-67 Murray-47 -- -- Alexander Ramsey-41
Harding-36 ..... Murray-58 Murray-52 - - ....... Southwest-43
Johnson-27 --- Murray-68 Murray-59 -- -- -- .... Kellogg-36
Humboldt-20 -.. Murray-74 Murray-42 ............... Hutchinson-52
Central-1 8 .... Murray-77 , ,
Washington-32 --- Murray-62 Twm cny Meef
Highland Park-22 ........ Murray-73 Murmy'48 """""""' Roo5eveh'47
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Co-captain Rich Amrhien wor
out in his specialty, the 'freestyl
Rich anchored both relay tea
in the district meet and won tw
Murra s surfers re eated as conference champs,
ln the District l5 finals Murray won with a total of
05V2 points more than double that of their nearest
pponent Highland Ralph Peterson and Denny Amr-
len were each double winners in individual events.
alph set district records In the 200 and 400-yard free- 'I
tyle events while Denny set a record in the 50-yard
and In the traditional dunkmg of
lmmlng coach Edward Porthan
.lubllant team members lend a
llurray won the District meet.
Coach Edward Porthan proudly watches his swimming team work out. Since the
addition of the pool, the tankmen have steadily improved, both in individual and
Shown below, star tankman Ralph Peterson swims the butterfly. Ralph took two
firsts in the state meet to pace Murray to tenth place. Denny Amrhien also placed
in the state.
Below is the start of the lOO-yard freestyle in the Len Leier lnot shownl, Denny Amrhien llane 3l,' Mike
15 finals Murray placed four men in this event, Loeffler ilane 5l, and Ed Piermantier llane 61.
free style and won the lOO, missing a record by .'l
second. Co-captain Paul Fardig took the 100-yard
backstroke and both relay teams placed first.
Murray edged Roosevelt 48-47 in the thrilling Twin
City meet which was not decided until the last relay.
ln the state meet, Ralph Peterson was the only double
winner, taking laurels in the 200 and 400-yard free-
Determined Netmen Fight Hard, Capture Second
Front Row: Rick Christian, Dick Lippert, Andy Rogness, Eric Narvaez. Row 2: Dean Swanson,
Greg Carlson, Steve Richards, Ted Gredvig, Pete Neubeck.
The Murray netmen, coached by Bernie Broderick, captured second
place, even though captain Lea Lippert, Steve Bergmann, Larry Melander and
Dick Lippert were the only hold-overs from last year's team.
ln the first two encounters the inexperienced Pilots were defeated by
White Bear 5-O and Central 3-2. The following matches showed the effect
of hard work and determination as the team downed Humboldt and Harding
4-l, defeated Wilson 3-2 and blanked Washington, Centennial, Monroe,
Johnson and Mechanic Arts 5-0.
Young Team Betters Past Record, Steadily Improve
Front Row: Ed Laine, Paul Schubring, Dave Miller. Row 2: Coach Clarence Fulmek, Doug Linde-
mann, Tom Skildum, Chuck Zotalis, Steve Sanford.
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Eric Narvaez returns the serv
in conference action. Eric playe
singles and posted an 8-O recor!
Topping last year's recor
coach Clarence Fulmek's g
squad posted a 3-2-l record
conference action. Murray c
feated Humboldt, Mechanic A
and Washington. After tying VN
son, they lost to Central and Hal
Mr. Fulmek commented that t
boys will be able to improve tht
scores and benefit the team
they are willing to keep golfin
during the summer. He remarke
"This year we improved -upon o
record of the last two years an
should improve still more
Milers Tom Good and Keith
Willman hug the rail in the M.A.
meet. They placed first and third
Springing from the blocks in the l0O-yard dash, Murrayites Dean Nelson,
Gene Baran, and Bruce Nelson show the determination which characterized
the team all season. Dean and Bruce placed second and third respectively,
behind conference champ Bill Price of Mechanic Arts, fourth from left.
ln Running Events, Break Records
Defeating Wilson and Johnson after losing their first two meets, Murray's
Cindermen finished with an even record. Winning all but three running events,
the Pilots were defeated by the overall abilities of Mechanic Arts. Lack of
strength in the field events proved to be the team's main weakness all season.
Central, defending city champion, defeated Murray in their second meet.
The team made one of its best showings in the Carlton Relays, finishing
fourth in a field of eighteen teams. Senior Pat Broderick took first in the half
mile while senior Elwood Enerson won the 120-yard high hurdles.
Front Row: Gene Baran, Put Nelson, Bruce Nelson, Tom Good, Mike Broderick, Dean Nelson.
Row 2: Mickey Peterson, Paul Keleher, Tom Hopp, Roger Kwong, Pat Broderick, Elwood Enerson
Bill Underhill, Kent Cutkomp.
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Murrqy 2 ............. WdSl1lIlgl'0l1
Murrqy 8 - - - ............ JOIIIISOII
Murray 3 - - - - - - Central 1
Murray 5 - - - ----- WilS0l1
Murray 8 .. - - ...... Harding
Murray 1 - - - .------ MOI'll'0e
Murrqy 4 ............ Mechdhlt Arts
Murrqy 2 ............... Hllmboldf
Murray 7 ......-.-------- RUm5eY 1
Murrqy 5 ............ WEST sf. PIIUI 1
C , wr.. Murray 4 - - - - - - - sf- Tl10m'lS 2
Murray 2 - - - ------ 5- P- A-
Shortstop Dick Abraham leaps high to nab a throw Murray 'I6 --- ------- sf- A9095 1
from catcher Dave Olson as a Central player attempts Murray 7 --- --- MPIS- Marshall
to steal second base. Murray 4 --- ....... Ramsey 'I
Varsity Baseball Suffers From Lack Cl Experience
FfOf1f Row: Jim McTie, Dick Abl'Gl1Ufl'l, Dave HUQCDI Vlmfe Azure, DOVE. Auld, Chuck Turi, Larry Schreifels, Ken Caldwell, Wally Gayman, Ed
V' li M ' l '
nc ers, grs.. S eve Johnson, Carl Broberg, Tom Frost. Row 2: Ken Mgrrelll Dqve Olson, Jon Kirby, Coach Robert Ritter,
Loyal Murray fans watch team fall
no Humboldt 3-2 in lO inning thriller.
Third baseman Dave Hagen scram-
bles after the ball against Central.
Dave Hagen raps a single into
center field in the Humboldt game.
Defeat Mechanics, Wilson, Johnson In Conference
Severely handicapped by lack of experience, Mur-
y posted a 3-5 conference record. In non-confer-
ce action,. the Pilots gained two victories while
sorbing five defeats.
Co-captained by lone senior Ken Caldwell and
nior Dave Olson, the team displayed sound pitching
nd hard hitting. Highlighting the season was Ed
errill's no-hit, no-run game against Wilson, won by
e Pilots 5-O. Ken Caldwell and Vince Azure also
hibited fine pitching performances.
Throughout the season, Murray powered 7 homers,
triples and I5 doubles. Murray's first batter of the
ason, Vince Azure, blasted a homerun to start a rally
hich led to six runs.
Senior Ken Caldwell hits the dirt as he successfully
steals second base while Harding's second baseman leaps
vainly for a wild throw from the catcher. Although losing
9-8, Murray scored in every inning, except the first, and
ended the game with men on second and third bases.
After receiving the
throw from catcher Dave
Olson, second baseman
Vince Azure tags out a
Humboldt runner as he
tries to steal second.
Catcher Dave Olsq
prevents a Humboll
runner from scoring
a "squeeze play"
first baseman Jim M
Tie moves in to assia
B-Squad Shows Promise Of Good Seasons Ahea
Coached by Mr. Dan Sorenson, the B-Squad dia- roe 6-5, and Mechanic Arts 8-2 while losing to Johns
mondmen defeated Washington 5-4, Wilson 6-2, Mon- and Central 6-4, Harding 4-3, and Humboldt 10-l.
Front Row: Mark Overbee, Denny Amrhien, Tom Lucks, Dan Brink, Ron Nelson, Larry Tunell, Carl Johnson. Row 3: Steve Lee, Larry Weihrau
Amlotte, Ed Piermanlier, John Polerine, Kirk Condie. Row 2: Coach Gary Nutz, Gary Englund, Dana Miller, John Kuiawa, Steve Milb
Dan Sorenson, Don Lanelti, Bruce Bates, Don Ludwig, Larry Huwe, Ron John MacDonald.
Intramural Sports Provide Competition, Fun For All
Providing fun and competition is the purpose of Murray's
intramural program. It gives younger boys a chance to learn the
fundamentals of sports and provides the opportunity for older
boys to play for the fun of it.
Basketball, as shown on this page,. is one of the most popular
intramural activities, along with swimming. Mr. Rose heads the
basketball games and Mr. Porthan is in charge of swimming.
GAA Helps Build Alert Minds And Strong Bodies, 7
This year's Girls Athletic Association of- l
ficers are from left to right: Mary McDiar- l
mid, recording secretary, Jeanne Scher-
bert, vice-president, Terry Cutkomp, secre- 7
tary, Meredy Razskazoff, treasurer, and
Nancy Sage, president. They are voted
on by all GAA members in the spring.
These girls work with the sportheads and
Mrs. Janet Shields, advisor, to make sure
everything runs smoothly throughout the
GAA letters are given to girls who have
acquired lOOO points. After a girl has
earned 1500 points she is entitled to her 3
all-city award. In the spring all girls hav-
ing earned letters are honored at the
annual GAA assembly. Trophies are given l
to champion bowlers.
letter award winners- Front Row: Mary McDiarmid, Sue Foster, Gret- pagne, Jeanne Scherbert, Terry Cutkomp, Lynn Elvester, Leslie Curtiss
chen Halvorson, Elaine Miller. Row 2: Jane Bergeson, Diann Gust, Row 4: Joyce Johnson, Sandy Brown, Nancy Sage, Marcia Briggs
Kathy Stech, Mary Hokanson, Carol Christiansen. Row 3: JoAnn Cham- JoAnn Hayenga.
l Creates Enduring Friendships Through Athletics
Chosen in the spring of their sophomore
year by previous sportheads and the GAA
officers, each GAA sporthead is in charge
of a specific sport. Shown at left are front
row: Cindy Zalar, bowling, Kathy Laurer,
ping pong. Row 2, Joy Strane, tumbling,
Bonnie Hassinger, horseback riding, Judy
Hallen, bicycling, Nancy Hunt, swimming,
Erva Snyder, basketball, Pat McMoy, vol-
leyball. Row 3: Gloria Sutton, archery,
Sue Razskazoff, tennis, Liz Hebbel, winter
sports, Daphni Mantis, soccer.
As sportheads, these girls have many
responsibilities such as encouraging GAA
members to come out for their sport, organ-
izing schedules, taking care of equipment,
taking attendance and taking charge of
Above, several girls ioin in a game of basketball
one of the most popular sports among the girls.
At left sophomores Sarah Halvorson and Nora Page
enioy antics during a tumbling session in the gym.
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Coffee Brown Eyes The Apartment Di.. Miss D W Mrs-
Pies Ribbons Being Alone Sanderson Kelly Fill' i' Chumley
Wine gi pizza Brownies Saving J um ev
Great Books I-Night Staples Buzz Kathi Hartwick
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or He is our God,
and we are the people of His
and the sheep of His hand.
PS. 95 :6-7
come, let us worship and bow
let us kneel before the Lord, our
t. Anthony Park Congregational Church
2129 Commonwealth Ave.
Rev. Edwin C. Johnson, Pastor
Worship 9:30 AM 81 11:00 AM
Church School 9:30 AM
omo Park Lutheran Church orth Como Presbyterian Church
Hoyt and Sheldon Larpenteur and Chatsworth
Rev. John R. Groettum, Pastor Rev. James Butler, Pastor
Worship 8:30, 9:45, 8: 11:00 AM Worship 9:30 81 11:00 AM
Chl1rCl1 5611001 3230, 9145, 31 11:00 AM Church School 9:30 81 11:00 AM
t. Anthony Methodist Church
Como and Hillside
Rev. John McKelvey, Pastor
Worship 10:45 Summer 9:30 AM
Church School 9:30 AM X1 10:45 AM
orpus Christi Church
1449 Cleveland Ave. N.
Father Raymond J. Moorman
Sunday Mass 7-8-9:10-10:20 81 11:30 A
Holy Days 6-7-8-9 AM 8: 5:30 PM
T. Matthews Episcopal Church
2136 Carter Ave.
Rev. Douglas S. Pitts, Rector
Services 8 8: 11 AM
Church School 11 AM
t. Olive Lutheran Church
N. Pascal and Almond Ave.
Rev. Albert G. Eberhart, Pastor
Worshop 8 AM 81 10:30 AM
Church School 9:15 .AM
Jun. 8: Sen. Luther League Wed.
t. Anthony Park Lutheran Church
Como Ave. and Luther Place
Rev. Robert L. Anderson, Pastor
Worship 8:30, 9:45, and 11:00 AM
Church School 8:30, 9:45, 81 11:00 AM
oly Childhood Church
Pascal and Midway Parkway
Father John J. Buchanan
Sunday Mass 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 8: 12:15 AM
mmaus Lutheran Church
1074 Idaho Ave. W.
Rev. Vernon Koeper, Pastor
Worship 8:00AM 81 10:45 AM
7:30 Church School 9:15 AM
Dr. and Mrs. R. H. Abraham Mr. and Mrs. Russell P. Christensen
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Addis Mr. and Mrs. James R. Christianson
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Allred Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Christopherson
Love If . . . Our Parents'
. , my
and Mrs. Lawrence A. Anderson
and Mrs. Raymond M. Anderson
and Mrs. Warren A. Anderson
and Mrs. Wilmer Anderson
H. F. Arneman
and Mrs. Albert Arnold
Doris J Auld
and Mrs Kenneth W. Austad
and Mrs August Azure
and Mrs C. E. Bantle
and Mrs William Barsch
and Mrs Lynn J. Bauman
and Mrs. Willard Biedler
and Mrs. George C. Brandt Jr.
and Mrs. H. Martin Brings
and Mrs. M. Brobakken
and Mrs Bernard I. Broderick
and Mrs. Raymond F. Brown
and Mrs. Howard D. Cameron
and Mrs. Gordon I. Carlson
and Mrs. L. Champagne
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coffman
Dr. and Mrs. Verne E. Comstock
Mr. and Mrs. John C. Curtiss
Prof. and Mrs. L. K. Cutcomp
Mr. and Mrs
Dr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs.
Dr. and Mrs.
and Mrs. Robert Ed
and Mrs. Harold J. Ellefson
and Mrs. Donald H. Elvester
Myrtle M. Engle
A. J. Englund
Sheldon P. Fardig
John J. Foster
Robert D. Gallagher
Carl H. Gasch
Harry L. Gilbert
Archie L. Good
and Mrs. Roy J. Hagen
and Mrs. F. S. Hallanger
and Mrs. Arndt Halvorson
Dr. and Mrs. William L. Hartwick Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lundstrom
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hayenga Mr. and Mrs. John Maketzky
Dr. and Mrs. Robert Hebbel Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Marsh
Seeurzbf If . . . Our Parent!
D M . nu are the howr from which your chil-
' 'J J dren ar Irving arrows are rentforih.
if 5 y
I J The archer .reef fhe mark upon the path
gf the z'rj9'n1'te, and he head: you with HZIJ
mzghf that Hi: arrowr may go Jww' andfar.
Mr. and Mrs Arthur Heinn
Mr. and Mrs Harold Hoffman
Mr. and Mrs V. K. Hokanson
Mr. and Mrs A. H. Hovland
Mr. and Mrs Robert W. Huemoeller
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Imbertson
Mr. and Mrs E. O. lngvalson
Mr. and Mrs Roy Jensen
Mr. and Mrs. G. Arvid Johnson
Mrs. Alice M. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Lew A. Johnson
Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs. Nickey J. Johnson
Mr. and Mrs Floyd Kaufman
Mr. and Mrs A. C. Kirby
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kloek
Rev. and Mrs. V. W. Koeper
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Larkin
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar O. Larson
Mr. Orville Lee
and Mrs. L. A. Leier
and Mrs. Oscar A. Lipke
E. W. McDiarmid
G. R. McKay
James P. McTie
David J. Merrel
A. R. Meyer
Roy E. Milham
Gust A. Miller
Lyle A. Montgomery
George L. Nason
R. O. Nelson
C. L. Olson
D. L. Overbee
Robert W. Perlich
Jack C. Peterson
Walter O. Peterson
Benjamin S. Pomeroy
Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Richards Mr. and Mrs. Oscar J- Stein
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rosenthal MFS- Wilfrid Stelmach
Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Rosenwald Mr- and MIS- C- B- Stendahl
Guzdonee If . . . Our Parent!
Let your bending in tbe ezrclzerlr band befor
Er efuen of be lobes the arrow rbofjiief, .ro
He loves olro the bow that if stable.
From The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran
and Mrs. Richard Ross
and Mrs. V. J. Roufs
Edward M. Rudie
Russell H. Sage
L. E. Sargent
Donald R. Scherhert
R. C. Schmugge
G. N. Schreifels
H. A. Schwartz
Frank J. Selhitschka
Warren P. Sievers
Edward E. Slettom
W. C. Soderlund
V. E. Stech
Arnold G. Steen
Mrs. Elaine Stephenson
Leslie F. Strain
Cordon I. Swanson
Milo H. Swanson
R. W. Tenney
James R. Thompson
George P. Torgersen
D. T. Tselos
Frank J. Turi
Frank J. Urman
A. F. Weber
Willard L. Whitcomb
Theadore L. Wieger
Raymond S. Wolf
C. W. Youngdahl
A. P. Zotalis
Addison, Mr. Bill 14
Arola, Mrs. Barbara 15
Ashorth, Mr. James 15,14
Barnes, Mrs. Betsy 12
Broderick, Mr. Bernard 14,92,93,94
Bunce, Mr. Frederick 14
Causton, Mr. Ronald 13,91
Conley, Mrs. Lorraine 14,72
Datko, Mr. Edward 14,17
Ettinger, Mr. Jay 12
Fertig, Miss Virginia 13
Fulmek, Mr. Clarence 14,102
Helseth, Miss Valborg 15
Heron, Mr. Alexander 15,56
King, Mr. Leon 12
Kirkeby, Mr. George 12
Agnew, Mrs. Ethel 16
Bundy, Mrs. Marjorie 16
Gilsrud, Mrs. 16
Greschner, Mrs. Audrey 16
Korpi, Mr. Robert 15
Lape, Mr. John 14,67
Lightborn, Miss Patricia 13
Line, Mr. Gerald 13, 17
Marengo, Mr. Lloyd 13
Merilla, Mr. Peter 15
Olds, Mrs. Doris 12
Palmer, Mr. James 12
Parnell, Mr. Wilford 14,9
Pearson, Mr. John 13,91,95
Perkins, Mrs. Mary 14
Peterson, Mrs. Karin 14
Peterson, Mrs. Viola 12
Petersen, Mr. Vernon 13
Porthan, Mr. Edward 13,101
Pose, Mr. Eugene 13
House, Marvin 16
Newquist, Mrs. Leona 16
Nims, Dave 16
O'Dwyre, Mrs. Winifred 16
Quinn, Mr. Bernard 13
Ritter, Mr. Robert 13,89,99,104
Rogers, Mr. Charles 13
Rose, Mr. George 13,98
Rose, Miss Gladys 12
Rossini, Mr. Reno 13,89
Rusch, Miss Mariorie 15
Shields, Mrs. Janet 13
Skelly, Mr. Gerald 14
Smith, Mrs. Lucille 14
Sorenson, Mr. Daniel 15,106
Tripp, Mr. Leslie 12,5
Trost, Mrs. Ruth 12
Vest, Miss Florence 14
Williamson, Mrs. Carol 14
Petersen, Mrs. Helen 16
Soderman, Vetalis 16
Stanner, LeRoy 16
Sutherlin, George 16
Abel, Owen 1121 18,94
Abler, Carla 191 48 ,
Abraham, Richard 1121 18,55,84,89,98,104
ay 181 50
Acker, Rodger 1101 46,99
Addis, Roger 1121 18,80
Adey, Robin 191 48
Mary 191 48
Aldean, Charles 191 48,51,91,97
Aldean, Mary 171 52,57
Alfonse, Andrea 1111 41
ohn 191 47,91
Allison ,Susan 1111 41,61
chard 1121 18,80
Jean 1101 45
Ronald 1111 41,96,106
Rosemary 181 50
Dennis 1111 40,55,80,100,
Richard 1121 18,55,80,100
Amunrud, Charles 1101 44,96
Amunrud, Gary 1121 1B,55,80
Amunrud, Steven 171 47,96
, Bruce 1121 18,55,63,9B
, David 171 48,52
, Douglas 191 47,91,99
, Gary 1121 18,55,100
, Jayson 191 49,95
, Jolenta 191 48
, Lynda 1111 18,82,83
, Mark nop 45
, Raymond 1121 18
, Robert 1101 44,48
, Sandra 1101 44
, Wayne 1121 18
Andrews, Barbara 181 50
Andrews, Jeanne 1101 44
Andrews, Mary 1111 41,74
Anker, Anita 1101 44,56,61,74
Anker, Sherry 171 52.57
Annabell, Michael 191 47
Arneman, John 1121 19,55,61,63,64,84,100
Arneson, Gregory 181 51
Arnold, Carol 1121 9,19
Arver, Christine 181 50
Ash, Frederick 181 50
Ashley, Roger 181 50
Auld, Kenneth 1121 19,55,89,96,104
Austad, Susan 1121 19,66
Avey, Margot 1111 56,41
Azure, Vincent 1121 l9,55,79,98,99,104,106
Bacon, Constance 191 47
Bacon, Richard 1121 19,55
Bailey, Denise 181 51
Baker, Orville 1121 19
Balthazor, Carol 191 49
Bantle, Gretchen 1121 19
Baran, Anthony 181 50,100
Baran, Gene 1111 55,96,103
Barnes, Cora Lee 181 51
Barrick, Mary Beth 1101 46
Barrick, Patricia 191 48
Barrick, William 1121 19,55,72,84,89
Barrows, Christine 171 52,57
Barsch, Rosalind 1121 19
Bartel, Leslie 171 52
Bartel, Penny 1101 44
Bartlett, Joy 1121 19,69,72,78,79
Bartlett, Marc 171 53
Bass, Carolyn 171 52
Richard 181 50,57
ruce 1111 40,89,98,106
Bates, James 191 48,74,91,99
Bauer, Gregory 1101 91,97
etilrey 181 50
eslie 191 48,74,75
aul 171 53
Marcia 1111 43
Betty 1121 20,61,64,69,72,79
Julie 171 12,52,57
Wendy 191 48,75
James 1101 46
Patricia 181 50
senson,'cmi un 41
John 191 47,74,99
Connie 171 52
Sheryl 1101 46
Berens, Stephen 191 47,56
Berge, Marcia 1101 46,73,78
Bergerud, David 191 47
Bergerud, Eric 1111 40,42
Bergeson, Jane 1121 9,20,74
Bergeson, Peter 181 51,57
Bergeson, Ruth 1101 46
Bernard, Gary 1121 20
Mary Kay 1101
Beseman, Diane 1101 46
Beyer, Paulette 181 50,57
Beyer, Victoria 1111 43,56,57,61,72
Biedler, Margaret 1121 20
Biedler, Susan 1101 44
Paul 191 48,96
Blonek, Robert 191 48,96
Blue, Barbara 1111 41
Blue, Thomas 191 47
lue, williem 1121 7,2o,72
Blume, Ella 171 52
Blume, Leigh 111140
Bohnenbluse, Diane 1111 42,43,56,6l
Bone, Richard 1121 20,79
Bone, Virginia 171 52
Boudreau, Gail 191 48
Boudreau, Michael 1101 46
owman, Linda 171 52
Bowman, Steven 1101 44
Boyd, Paul 1101 44,56,91
Boyd, Paulette 1111 41,78,79
Boyd, Pauline 1121 20
Boyle, Michael 1101 44,74,100
Brand, Juliane 181 50
randt, Christine 1101 45
randt, John 171 53
randt, Martin 1121 20,5592
rasted, Donald 181 51
riggs, Jackie 1101 45,79
riggs, Marcia 1121 17,2O,63
rings, David 191 48
rings, Joan 1121 20,72
rink, Dan 1101 46,72,80,91,99,106
risk, Mary Jo 1101 44
robakken, Candace 1121 9,20,72
roberg, Carl 1111 41,55,104
roderick, Michael 1121 21,55,84,89,94,95,l03
roderick, Theresa 1101 44
rokaPPr Nancy 191 48
rokOPPr Robert 1111 41
ronkala, Margaret 171 57
rooks, Carol 1101 44
rooks, Donald 1121 21,97
rooks, Jeffery 1121 21
rown, Sandra 1121 21,74,78,82
ruce, James 191 48
ruce, Karen 1101 44
runnette, Gregory 191 48
Bulger, Christine 171 53,57
Bunting, William 1121 21
Burton, J. R. 1101 44
Byram, Diane 1101 46
aldwell, Beverly 191 48,74,77
Cameron, Dennis 1121 21,100
Cameron, Judith 171 53
arlson, Margaret 1111 41,79
arlson, Gregory 1121 21,55,5B,84,B9,90,9l,
Carlson, James 191 47,56,96
arr, Michael 181 50
Cashman, Joseph 191 48
Cerny, Mary 1121 37
Champagne, JoAnn 1121
Charlson, Don 181 50
Charlson, Vikki 191 49
Cheatham, Donald 191
Cheatham, Roger 181 49,50
Cheatham, Walter 1121 21,55,79,96
Chell, Arlene 1111 43,79
Chell, Geraldine 181 50
Chell, Kathleen 181 51
Chelstrom, Thomas 171 52
Cheney, Dennis 1121 21
Chisholm, Gary 181 50
Christensen, Karen 1121 21
Christensen, Lynne 1101 46
Christenson, John 191 47,74,9l,95
Christenson, Susan 1101 44,74,78
chrisrierr, Richard 1101 102
Christian, Roxann 171 53
Christian, Timothy, 191 48
Christianson, Carol 1121 9,l3,22,8l
Christionson, David 191 49,79,91,99
Christopherson, Susan 1121 9,22,69,72
Clark, Dan 171 53
Clark, Georiean 1101
Clark, Michael 1111 40,89,94
Paul 191 47,91,95
Clayton, Corrine 181 51
Clayton, Mary 171 52
Coad, Charles 191 47
Coen, David 191 48,56
Coftman, Hugh 1121 22,59,61,63,67
Comstock, Barbara 1121 7,22,72
Comstock, Gayle 181 51
Condie, Ann 171 53
Condie, Tom 181 50
Condie, Kirk 1111 42,89,97,l06
Cook, Kathleen 181 50
Cooklin, Suzanne 171 52
Cooney, Bartley 1121 22,80
Cronquist, Gay 191 48,73
Cross, Marilyn 1111 43,61,78
Cross, 'Nancy 1111 43,61,78
Curtiss, Jan 1101 44,61,74,78
Curtiss, Leslie 1121 22,59,6l,64,69,76 79,90
Curtiss, Lynn 181 51
Cutkomp, Kent 1111 43,55,61,92,97,103
crrrkemp, Terry 1121 22,59,e4
Dahlquist, Nancy 181 50
Dalnes, Vicky 191 49
Dalton, Anne 181 51,57
Davies, John 1121 22,63,74
Day, Bradley 181 51
Delger, Jane 171 53
Devey, Barbara 171 52
DeWitt, Margaret 1111 43,56,57,58,72
Dohman, Sandra 191 48
Donavan, Kathleen 191 48,72
Dow, Elizabeth 171 53
Dow, William 1111 9,40,61
Drobac, David 1121 22,72
Drobac, Kimball 1111 4l,56,57,61
Dubruiel, Gail 191 47,72,73
Dunwald, Kathryn 191 48
Dunwald, Linda 1111 4l,78,82
Dunshee, Linda 151 51
Duren, Louise 1111 43,56,57
Eberhart, Lois 1101 44-,61,74,79
Eckstrom, Steve 181 50
Ed, John 1121 22,55,89,94,95
Edwards, Constance 191 47
Edwards, John 171 52
Ehlers, Steven 191 49,79
Ellefson, James 1121 22
Elliot, Quentin 191 48
Ellingson, Janice 1101 45,79
Elvester, Cheryl 1111 43
Elvester, Lynn 1121 17,23,61,83,108
Engle, Barbara 1121 23,59,64
Englund, Constance 1121 23,79
Englund, Daniel 171 53
Englund, Gary 1101 44-,89,99,106
Englund, Lynn 191 49
Engstrom, John 171 53
Esben, Gary 171 52,57
Ewy, Beth 171 53,57
Fales, Trudy 1111 42,78
Fardig, Paul 1121 23,55,59,64,100
Fardig, Stephen 191 48,79,100
Favilla, John 171 52
Favilla, Michael 1101 46
Fehrman, Loree 181 51
Field, Robert 1121 23,55,61,63,67,78,97
Field, Thomas 181 51
Figg, Ronald 181 48
Figg, Dennis 171 53
Finger, Linda 1111 43,72
Finger, Patricia 191 48,72
Flatten, Jananne 191 48,56
Fletcher, Lala 191 48
Floetl, George 1121 23,79
Forliti, Raymond 191 49,95
Foster, Suzanne 1121 23,67,108
Foster, Robert 191 48,50
Fox, Cedric 1121 23
Francis, George 1121 23
Freeman, Alice 181 50, 72
Freeman, Patricia 1111 43
Frerichs, Wendy 191 47
Frost, John 171 52
Frost, Ruth 1111 46,78
Frost, Thomas 1101 45,61,80,97,104
Gabrielson, Gerald 191 49,56
Gadwa, Peter 191 47
Gadwa, Robert 181 50
Gage, Roberta 191 49
Colleen 1101 46
Jean 1121 23,59,64
Gammel, Raymond 1121 23,78
Gardner, David 181 51
Gardner, Douglas 1101 44
Gasch, Dave 1101 9,46
Gasch, Steven 1121 24
Gast, Diann 1121 24,59,64,108
Gayman, Walter 1121 24,55,89,94,104
Gebson, John 191 48
Geer, Sherrill 191 48
Giefer, Gregory 191 47
Gieseke, Carol 1111 43,61
sem 1101 44
Gilbert, Linda 1101 7,44,72
Gilbert, Sandra 1121 24,59,66
Gilman, Karin 1101 46
arlene 191 47
Givans, Richard 1121 7,24,79
Givans, Suzanne 1101 44
Glaim, James 1101 45
Glaser, Susan 171 52,67
Gleason, Jessica 181 50
Gleason, Julie 1111 42,56
Good, Susan 181 52
Good, Thomas 1121 24,55,92,94,103
Gredvig, Theodore 1111 43,78,89,102
Gronert, Linda 1111 41
Gruetzman, Sandra 1101 44
Myrna 1121 24,59,66,72
Gunion, Sandra 191 48
Haechrel, Jean 1111 43
Haechrel, James 1121 24
Hagen, Dan 1101 46,96
vid 1121 7,24,55,89,94,104,105
Hagen, Elise 1121 24,69,79
Hagen, Frederick 191 49
Hagen, Ronald 191 48,9l,95
Hahn, Linda 181 50
Peter 191 47,92,95
Hall, Mariorie 1121 24
Hallberg, Kristen 171 52,79
Hallberg, Mark 191 48
Hallen, Judy 1111 43,61,68,74,109
Harold 1121 25,78
Halstad, John 181 50
Halverson, Diane 181 51,57
Halverson, Lynda 181 50,57
Halvorson, Gretchen 1121 25,58,59,6l,62,
Halvorson, John Mark 1121 7,25,79
Halvorson, Lois 171 53
Halvorson, Martha 181 50,57
Halvorson, Martha 1111'43,74,79
Halvorson, Mary 181 51,57
Halvorson, Sara 1101 46,56,61,74,109
Hana, Bill 191 47
Hanna, James 1101 46
Hanna, Jean 181 50
Hanna, John 171 52
Hansen, David 171 53
Hanson, Dennis 171 52,57
Hanson, John 181 51
Hanson, Karen 181 50
Hanson, Pamela 171 52
Harris, Shelley 171 52
Hartwick, Janet 191 48,77
Hartwick, Katherine 1121 17,25,61,76,79,84 90
Bonnie 11 11 40,56,60,76,109
Haugan, Margot 181 50
Haught, Christine 191 47
Havir, Gary 171 52,57
Hayenga, Jo-Ann 1121 25,58,60,72,73,
Hayenga, James 171 52
Hayenga, Jeffery 191 47,91,98
Janice 181 51
David 181 51
Heaton, Joan 191 49, 73,74,77
Heaton, Nancy 181 51,57
, William 171 52,57
, Elizabeth 1111 40,43,58,78,109
Hebbel, Robert 1111 25,55,74,100
Hedberg, John 181 50
Heinn, Betty 1121 25,72
Heinn, Darrell 191 48,49
Heinz, Barbara 1111 42,79
Peggy 1101 45
James 191 48,56,95
Helgeson, William 171 52,79
Henning, Alison 171 52,57
Hemmeter, Lenore 191 47,49
Hendrickson, Luvern 1121 25
Herbst, Marlin 1101 44
Herbst, Michael 1101 25
Hess, Lynette 181 51
Heuer, Kathleen 181'51
Hingos, Cheryl 1101 45
Hinz, Glenn 1121 25
Hinz, Janice 1101 44
Hisdahl, David 171 52
HoFfman, Diana 1121 25,78
Hoffman, Jeanette 191 47
Hokanson, Cynthia 171 52
Hokanson, Karla 191 48,71,79
Hokanson, Mary 1121 17,26,59,61,64,108
Holets, Linda 1111 42
Holets, Steven 1101 46,56
Holland, Brian 1101 46
Holmquist, Jacquelyn 171 52,57
Holter, Susan 171 52
Holum, Gary 171 53
Hopp, Susan 181 50
Hopp, Thomas 1111 41,103
Hovland, Gregory 1121 26
Huemoeller, Regina 1121 26
Huemoeller, Robert 171 53
Hughes, Barbara 181 50
Hughes, Dennis 1101 44,80,91,100
Hughes, Leslie 1101 44
Huldeen, Louise 1101 46
Hunt, James 181 50,100
Hunt, Nancy 1111 42,109
Huso, Janet 1101 44
Huxley, Mary 191 48,56
Huwe, Lawrence 1101 89,99,106
Imbertson, Mark 191 48,97
lmbertson, Mary 1121 26
lngulsrud, Ruth 191 47
Ingvalson, Charles 1121 26,79
Ingvalson, Victoria 1101 46,56
lsakson, Jean 171 53
lsakson, John 171 52
lsherwood, Barbara 1101 45
lsherwood, Susan 181 51
Jack, Raymond 191 49,100
Jack, Ruth 171 52
Jackson, Wallace 1101 44,56
Jeri 171 52
Jerry 1121 26,55,79,89,94,95
Joyce 1121 26,64,72,108
Judith 191 48
Karen 191 48
Kirby 1121 26,78
Kristine 171 52
Johnson Linda 181 50
Johnson Lynette 181 51
Johnson, Marva 171 52
Johnson, Miles 171 52
Johnson, Richard 191 47
Johnson, Ross 1101 44,99
Johnson, Ruth 171 52
Johnson, Sally 1121 26,59,66,82
Johnson, Stephen 1121 17,26,55,58,84,89,
Johnson, Susan 191 47
Johnson, Thomas 181 50
Johnson, Vicki 1101 46,72
Johnson, William 1121 27
Johnston, Lawrence 191 48,97
Silva 171 53
Robert 181 51
Kasper, Patricia 191 47
Jaynes, Devie 171 53,79
Jensen, Betty Jean 1121 26
Jensen, Christine 1111 42,43,61,76,78
Jensen James 191 48,74
Jensen: Wanda 111141,56
Johnson, Aldean 1101 45
Johnson, Barbara 1101 44
, Barbara 1101 45
, Cheryl 1101 45,56
, Constance 191 48
, Diana 1101 45,72,78
Johnson, Diane 1101 46,56
Johnson, Frank 1101 44,56
Johnson, Greg 171 52
Johnson, Janice 171 53
Kastner, Patricia 1101 44
Kaufman, Raymond 171 53
Kaufman, Rita 1101 44
Kaufman, Ronald 171 44,57
Kavanaugh, Barbara 181 51,57
Kavanaugh, Katherine 1111 43,56
Keating, Douglas 1111 9,40,97
Keleher, Louisa 191 47,74
Keleher, Paul 1111 42,55,103
Keller, Katherine 191 48,72,73
Keller, Lawrence 171 53
Keller, Vicki 1101 44,56
Kellogg, John 171 53
Kellogg, Susan 191 48
Kilmer, David 171 52
Kilmer, Nancy 1111 40
King, Carol 1111 72
Kirby, John 1121 27,55,58,89,94,104
Kirby, Lawrence 191 49,95
Kloek, Donald 171 52
Kloek, Linda 1121 27, 75
Knippenberg, Linda 1111 42
Knudsen, Charles 1111 42
Knutson, Janice 191 48
Knutson, Jeanne 171 53
Knutson, Walter 1101 9,91,99
Koecheler, Edward 191 47
Koecheler, Linda 191 48
Koenig, Barbara 191 47,56
Koenig, Bruce 191 47,56
Koenig, Frank 191 95
Koep, Diane 1101 46
Koeper, Charlotte 1121 27,79
Kortesmaki, Kathy 171 52
Krey, Kurt 171 53
Kroona, David 1111 42,80
Kroona, William 171 53
Krueger, Gerald 1121 27
Kruskopf, Judy 191 48
Kuefner, Kim 1101 44
Kuhn, Sheila 171 53
Kuiawa, John 1111 97,106
Roger 1121 27,56,61,92,97,103
Laine, Edward 1111 42,55,72,92,94,102
Larkin, Richard 1121 27,67
Larsen, Robert 171 52
Larson, James 1121 27
Larson, Jean 1101 44
Larson, John 1111 94
Larson, Lynn 1101 44
Kathleen 1111 43,58,61,74,109
Lee, Lynnae 1121 27,79
Lee, Steve 1101 44,91,95,106
Lehrke, Allen 1111 80
Leier, Leonard 1121 27,55,79
Lembke, Margery 191 48,74
Leslie, Patricia 1111 42
Leslie, Susan 171 53
Leslie, William 191 47
Leu, Ronald 191 49,96
Lexcen, James 1111 42,80,92,94
Lewis, Jettery 191 48
Lind, Jill 1121 27
Lindemann, David 191 48
Lindamann, Douglass 1111 43,102
Lindamann, Sandra 181 51
Lindamann, Sharon 171 53
Lindgren, Glenn 171 52
Lindgren, Dirk 1101 46
Lindgren, Rebecca 181 51
Lindorfer, Margaret 1101 44,61
Link, Donald 1111 43,55,100
Lindstrom, Denny 171 52
Lipke, Janet 191 48
Lipke, Michael 1121 13,28
Lippert, Richard 1111 4l,55,94,102
Locke, Sherry 1111 43
Loeffler, Gregory 1101 46,99
Loeitler, Michael 181 51,56,100,101
Lotberg, Douglas 1101 44,56
Lonetti, Donald 111 141,92,94,106
Ludwig, Donald 1101 44,106
Lundstrom, Audrey 191 48
Lundstrom, Sally 1121 28
Lunseth, Steven 181 50
MacDonald, John 1111 42,80,100,106
MacDonald, Robert 171 52
Magnuson, John 1101 44,61,9l,95
Manchester, Lawrence 1101 44,56,91,99
Manchester, Ruth 1111 43
Mandsager, Richard 181 50
Manke, Linda 112128,78
Manthey, David 171 53
Mantis, Daphne 1111 43,56,109
Mantis, Katina 191 48,56,79
Marien, Greg 1111 42
Marsh, Helen 181 50
Marsh, John 1121 28,72
Marsh, William 1101 44
Marshall, Mary 1101 45,74
Marshall, Wells 1111 42
Martens, Kathleen 191
Martin, Patricia 191 48
Mastel, Rosemary 1101 44
Mather, Elizabeth 181 50
Maxson, Duane 1121 28
Maxson, Peter 181 51
Maxson, Virginia 1101 45
Mayne, Marc 171 52
Mayne, Mary 191 47
McAuley, Sheila 181 50
McCardle, Linda 191 48
McCardle, Patrick 1101 44
McDairmid, Mary 1121 28,61,78,84,10
McDonald, Elizabeth 181 50
McKay, Kathleen 1121 28,56,72
McMahon, Judy 1121 28,79
McMoy, Patricia 1111 43,74,109
McNeely, James 191 48
McPherson, Ann 171 12,53,57
McTie, James 1121 28,55,89,9l,94,104
Mead, Mike 1111 43
Melander, Nancy 1111 43,72
Melgaard, Renee 191 48
Merrell, David 191 47,74,99
Merrell, Edward 1121 28,55,98,99,104
Merrick, Claudia 1101 46,72
Merrick, Karen 171 53
Merwin, Alan 1121 28
Mettler, Daniel 181 51
Meyer, Dianne 1111 40
Meyer, James 191 47
Meyer, Robert 1121 29,55
Miesen, Jane 171 52
Milburn, Sheri 181 51
Milburn, Stephen C111 40,57,97,101
, Claire llzy 25,63,78,79
Milham, Jane C81 50
Christine C91 48
Page, Nora C101 46,61,74,78,l09
Palarine, John C111 6O,74,89,l06
Parrott, Connie C111 42
Paskewitz, Donald C111 42,61,89
Paul, Louise C101 45
nnny C121 31,56,59,66,72,108
9, Bill C71 53
Sanoden, Kathryn C71 52,53
James C121 32,100
Miller, Dana C11143,96,106
Miller, Daniel C81 51,100
Miller, Dave C111 43,55,72,102
iller, Elaine C121 25,63,79,108
iller, Laurie C101 44
iller, Ricky C71 43,52,57
iller, Tom C71 53
ikertowski, Linda C101 45,72
inawa, Abraham C121 29, 61,64
itchell, John C91 47
itchell, Linda C81 50
Mitton, Stephen C71 52
Mohl, James C111 40
illiern C91 48
Daniel C91 49,79
Pearson, Gerald C101 45,74,1OO
Pearson, Harlan C91 47,74,91,100
Peplinski, Ronald C121 30
Perlich, Jean C121 30
Peterson, Jacqueline C121 30
Peterson, Judith C71 53
Peterson, Karen C101 44
Peterson, Lois C121 30,59,61,64
Peterson, Lyning C101 7,44,92,95
Peterson, Michael C121 30,55,92,94,103
Peterson, Nancy C121 30,72,78
Satersmoen, Kay C101 46
Sautter, David C101 46,95
Schaaf, John C121 32,78
Schaefer, Donna C101 44,74
Scheiblauer, Linda C91 47
Schepers, Lawrence C121 32,56
Scherbert, Bruce C91 48,96
Scherbert, Diana C81 51,57
Scherbert, Jeanne C121 32,59,61,64,
Schmalz, Dave C101 45
Schmalz, Kenneth C101 46
Schmalz, Raymond C121 32
Montgomery, Judith C121 29,79
Morgan, Hebe C91 48
Morlock, John C81 51
Mortensen, Leah C101 44,79
Muehlstedt, Jean C111 40
Mueller, Alfred C101 46
Gregory C81 51,57
Margaret C121 7,29
Munson, Cynthia C71 53
Murowski, Brent C121 29
Murray, Heather C111 40,72,73,78
Murray, Lynda C111 61
Ellen C91 47
John C71 52
Narum, Jean C101 44,56
Narvaez, Darcia C71 52
Narvaez, Eric C121 29,55,72,92,97,102
Mary C121 29,67,72
Steven C81 51
inda C101 46
Janine C81 51,57
, Benhart C91 48
, Bruce C121 29,55,92,103
'Nelson, Carla C101 46,56
Nelson, Christel C101 77
Nelson, Colleen C111 43,56,57
iNelson, Dean C111 40,55,89,91,100,103
Nelson, Gary C71 53
Nelson, Glenn C81 50
Nelson, Liatra C81 50
Nelson, Patricia C121 17,29,78,97
Nelson, Patrick C121 30,55,66,89,103
Nelson, Ronald C111 43,89,106
Nelson, Shelley C71 52
Nelson, Susan C91 47
Nelson, Warren C71 53
ck, Peter C111 43,98,102
Nielsen, JoNell C81 51
JeFfery C71 53
Novak, John C91 47,98
Nutz, Gary C111 40,89,106
Nyberg, Gail C111 40
Nylund, Thomas C101 44,56,95
Obrien, Michael C101 46
Gregory C71 33
Anne C101 45
Brian C111 40,78
David C121 30,55,72,92,104,106
Diane C101 44
James C91 49,100
Karen C81 50
Ostrem, Christine C71 52
Ostrem, Jeanne C111 40,57,72,73
Ott, Donald C71 52
Otto, Jay C121 30
Overbee, Dianne C101 44,72,73
Overbee, Mark C111 43,106
Overbee, Yvonne C121 30,72
Overgard, Jean C101 46,56,61,74
Overgard, Joan C81 51,57
Owens, Jane C101 44,72,73,78
Page, Emily C81 51
Peterson, Ralph C101 45,55,100,101
Pfutzenreuter, Carol C91 49,72,73
Pfutzenreuter, Richard C71 52
Piermantier, Edward C101 44,91,100,
Pinnow, Rudolph C101 46
Pittelkow, James C91 47,95
Plumley, Mark C101 44
Pogin, Richard C111 43,55,92,97
Polson, Sally C111 42
Pomeroy, Margaret C121 3O,72,73,78
Poye, Gregory C101 44,97
Pulsipher, Sara C101 44
Quale, Frank C121 31
Quale, Karen C91 48,72
Rauch, Lawrence C81 50
Razskazotif, Meredith C121 31,59,61,
Razskazotil, Susan C111 9,42,61,109
Reichow, Alan C81 51
Reichow, Cynthia C71 53
Reichow, Gail C91 47
Reichow, Sandra C111 40,73
Reinarz, Robert C81 51
Reinarz, Susan C111 41
Reisdorph, Pamela C91 47, 72
Reiter, Kathy C111 42,78
Reiter, Max C81 9,51
Rice, Roberta C101 53
Richards, Steven C121 31,97,102
Roan, Cheryl C71 52,57
Roan, Pamela C111 43,76,78,90
Robertson, Michael C71 52
Robins, Baiba C81 50
Rogen, Lois C101 46,74
Rogness, Andrew C111 40,42,55,60,61,
Rosenthal, Carol C121 31,69,79
Rosenthal, Noel C91 48,95
Rosenthal, Peter C111 42
Rosenthal, Rita C111 42
Rosenwald, Linda C101 46,72,74
Rosenwald, Michael C121 31,79
Rosier, Allen C71 52
Rosier, Donna C81 51
Ross, Jan C81 53
Ross, Richard C111 43,55,89,90
Ross, Sharon C121 9,31
Rottach, John C81 9,51
Roufs, Karen C121 31,79
Rozenberg, Gary C81 7
Rozenberg, Linda C121 31
Ruddick, Janelle C71 53
Rudie, Kathleen C121 17,31,59,61,66
Rueteler, Godfrey C81 51
RuFf, Patricia C101 46,74
Runyon, Kathy C101 45,61,72,73
Rupp, Robert C111 55,89,10O
Ryan, Patricia C121 31
Rygg, Lisa C71 52,57
Sattorcl, Daral C81 51
Safford, Mark C101 45
Sanford, Kay C111 40,72
Robert C71 52
Schmugge, Laurel C121 9,32,61,72,73
Schmugge, Mark C91 48,74
Schmugge, Wendy C101 46
Schneider, James C121 32
Schoonmaker, Debra C71 52
Schoonmaker, Jon C111 40,56,10O
Schreifels, Lawrence C121 32,55,89,94,104
Schroeder, Jane C91 47
Schroeder, Jane C91 47,71,79
Schroeder, John C71 52,79
Schroeder, Susan C121 17,32,58,
Schubring, Paul C111 40,55,82,102
Lavonne C121 9,32
Ricardo C101 44,91,97
Schwartz, Henry C121 32,80
Schwartz, Wayne C101 44,56,95
Scott, Janice C121 33
Selbitschka, Frank C101 46
Selbitschka, Joseph C121 33
Bruce C121 33
Patricia C121 33
Sheldon, Carole C111 43
Sheldon, Michael C71 52
Sherman, Mary Ann C121 33
Shotilner, Patti C111 58,79
Shotifner, Robert C91 47,99
Shoffner, Sonya C121 33,72,73
Shulstad, John C101 44
Shulstad, Lenora C121 33,59,61,64
Jettrey C101 44
Siebert, Stephanie C121 33, 69,78
Sievers, Lynn Dee C121 33,72
Sievers, Mike C71 52
Alexander C121 33,98
Simon, Edward C111 42,80
Simon, Susan C101 46
Skildum, Thomas C111 43,102
Skovholt, Jane C101 445,6,61,74
John C101 46,78
William C121 33
Smith, Denise C71 52
Smith, Donna C11142
ohn C101 44,56,95
Smith, Pamela C71 52
Smith, Ronald C81 51,57
Smith, Susan C81 50
Smith, Vernon C101 46,95
sive lily 42,6l,74,lo9
John C91 49,72,100
Sontag, Judi C111 4O,43,72,76,9O
Sorenson, John C111 42
Souther, Barbara C111 42,43,61,72,73,79
Souther, Richard C111 43,56,61,100
Sparks, John C111 43,80,100
Spooner, Thomas C81 51,57
Stohosky, Ellen C81 51
Stark, Gary C111 42
Kathleen C121 34,59,64,79,108
Diane C121 34,79
Roger C121 34,78
James C81 50
Stein, Kerry 1121 9,34,83,92
Stein, Susan 181 50
Steinhauser, Mark 191 47,74,1OO
Stelmach, Cheryl 1121 34,84
Stendahl, Carl 1121 34
Stendahl, Howard 181 50,96
Stendahl, Larry 1111 42
Stephenson, Judith 1121 34
Stewart, Terry 1101 44
Stillson, Steve 171 52
Stish, Peter 171 52
Stoeckler, Joel 181 50
Strain, Patricia 1121 34
Strandquist, Glen 181 19
Strandquist, Harry 1101 44,91,97
Strane, Joy 1111 42,451,109
Strane, Star 1121 34,72
Stratton, Deborah 181 51
Stratton, Dennis 1101 46
Stultz, Barbara 191 48
Stumm, Robert 1111 42
Sullivan, Kathleen 1111 76,90
Sundstrom, Marlene 1101 44
Sundstrom, Warren 171 52
Sutton, Gloria 1111 42,56,109
Svendsen, Kathleen 1121 34
Svendsen, Rebecca 181 50
Barbara 1121 34,78
Carol 181 50
Dale 1121 35,55,61,89,98
Janet 171 53
Karen 191 48
Ronald 1121 35,55,98
Sonia 1101 45
Thomas 1121 35,79
Sweetland, Gale 191 47,75
Sweetland, Heather 171 53,79
Swendseid, Rachel 171 52
Swensgard, Allen 1111 43
Swensgard, Ronald 171 53
Teig, Marsha 191 47
Tenney, Judith 1121 35,63,76,78,90
Thoennes, Barbara 1101 44,79
Thompson, Kathryn 171 52,57
Thompson, Nancy 1121 35,64
Thompson, Nathan 181 9,51,94
Thorstenson, Timothy 191 48,74,99
Threlkeld, Kathryn 181 7
Thurow, Patricia 1111 42,43,56,72,76
Thurow, Paula 181 57
Tobin, John 1101 46
Tobin, Scott 191 47,56
Torgerson, Elizabeth 1121 35,64,72,
Trapp, Donald 1121 35,56,78
Trapp, Richard 171 53
Trower, Ernest 1101 44
Tselos, Susan 1121 35,79
Tunell, Cheryl 1101 46,56
Tunell, Lawrence 111 143,55,89,97,106
Turi, Charles 1121 35,55,89,104
Turi, Timothy 1101 46
Turnbull, Douglas 1111 43,61
Turnquist, Richard 1101 45,8O,9l,95
Ubel, Christine 191 48,72
Ubel, William 1111 43
Underhill, Sarah 1101 46,74
Underhill, William 1111 43,89,103
Uram, Nancy 1111 43,78
Urbanski, Clemens 1101 45,55,91
Urman, Carol 1121 35
Vaslievsky, George 171 57
Vick, Vicki 171 52
Vickers, David 1121 35,55,96,104
Vickers, Douglas 1111 42
Vigil, Michael 1121 36,98
vigil, Orlando 1101 44
Vigil, Viola 1101 46
Vinie, Linda 1111 42
Vogelsang, Lynn 1111 43
Vogelsang, Gary 191 48,95
Vollmer, Robert 171 52
Vong, Kathleen 1101 44
Wachter, Clarlynn 1121 36,69,78,83
Wagenaar, Ann 171 52,57
Wagner, John 171 52
Wagner, Susan 181 51
Wahlberg, Mark 181 51,57,100
Wahlberg, Pamela 1101 45,74,78
Wall, Mary 1101 44,79
Wanek, Muriel 191 47
Wanek, Richard 1111 42
Watson, Elizabeth 171 52,57
Watt, Constance 191 47,56,74
Watt, Deborah 1111 41,56,72
Elizabeth 191 47,79
Gerald 1121 36 94
Weber: John 1121 55,8990
Weber, Kathryn 1121 l7,36,64,79
William 1121 36,79
Weflen, Michael 181 51
uch, Larry 1101 44,91,106
uch, Nancy 1121 36
Josie 1101 46
Richard 191 45
by, Bruce 191 47,97
by, Duane 171 53
Whitcomb, Bruce 1121 36
Whitcomb, Nancy 1101 7,46
White, Charles 1101 44,91
White, Elizabeth 1111 42,61,72
White, Terrence 171 52
Theodore 1121 36
Mitchell 1101 44
Williams, Janet 171 52,57
Willman, Keith 1121 36,55,9'l,103
Winchell, Lucille 171 52
Winchell, Virginia 191 48
Winchell, William 181 48,51
Winge, Donald 181 7
Wirtz, David 1111 42
Wirtz, Mary Ann 171 53
Wise, Danny 171 52
Wolf, James 1121 l7,36,55,61,63,64,98
Wolf, Mary 1101 44
Woodhouse, Mary 191 48,72
Wooding, Steven 1121 36
Woodis, Harry 171 52
Woolery, Michael 1111 41
Workman, Charles 191 48
Wright, Rex 171 52
Yonker, Vivian 1101 48
Youngdahl, Alan 171 53
Youngdahl, Donna 1121 37,78,84
Zalar, Cynthia my 42,6l,l09
Zalar, Mary 1101 44
Zotalis, Charles 1121 37,l00,0
The 1965 Pilot staff expresses sincere thanks to:
Mr. John Lape, our advisor, who helped us through our
deadlines and many problems
A. J. Dahl Company, yearbook covers
Mr. O. L. Mios
Mr. Lance Johnson
Bayport Printing House
Mr. Donald Swisher
Brown Engravers, Inc.
Mr. Carroll Brown
Mr. Kenneth Bacheller
Mr. Murlyn Stalvig
The administration and the faculty for their cooperation in
The students of Murray for their encouragement and sup-
port throughout the year
A very special thanks goes to Paul Fardig, our pho-
tographer, for his patience with us. He has cap-
tured the true moods of Murray through his excel-
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Chris Shulstad --
Kathy Stech --
Lois Peterson ---
Liz Torgerson ---
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Wells Marshall --
Mr. John Lape ---
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-- Sports editors
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