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

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The Pilot l969 Murray High School St. Paul, Minnesota Volume XXX C0-vdilors form lfvrgcr ,Vary Foster Bzzsimfss manager IYIIIZC-1' Dzzhlquist ,gsm 5 . ,9, Bixillllll-lll thoughts make u lll'illl- liful soul. anrl il lwaulilul soul H1Zilil':Z Ll beautiful lac-0. - Aulllor Unknown . HWMI1 UP 7 w 4 P , WY, 22? ,gf .sw- f 41' ,Kar Ni F, aw. ,ax Academics Seniors Underclassmen -- 43 inlaid' Sports ............. 1 08 C Organizations .... 72 Student Life ...... 94 ontent C0-rfcliforsf l'a11,IPfte Bfynr Slzrfrf Milbzlrlz Ellen Thompson -Q 'fv 2331? , AIS' gdwfik 6 111-111 of l"tIIIt'llll.1llI .wfmlzfrl lw In l!'ll1'lI lfzf' rfzffff I0 ffzfrzk. Im! zrfmf In lf: -john Dvzu-y Assistant Principal 49 l Principal fizmkffffffwa, N a if a I , ounselors W Aboxe. Miss Cladys Rose, Guidance Counselor 10th and 12th grades. Upper Right. Hr. Daniel Hansen. Guidance Counselor 9th and llth grades. Below Right. Hr. Elliott Xlnlilstrand. Guidance Counselor ith and 8th grades. The Murray High School counselors work their hardest to make student life more cnjoyahle. They spend hours in their offices working out student programs and class schedules. The counselors keep accurate records of the progress of all students, and are available for consultation anytime during the school year. Qi-fp ,- WN.. ,.,,,,.---f Mr. William Mr-Donald, English 7, English 9. Mrs. Gail Wiellmerciixlk, English 10. English Mr. Edward llatko, English 8, Reading Specialist Mr. Leonunl Brzinski, English 12, B-Football Coach. Hrs. Carol Mr-Clvllan. English 10. Mrs. Linda Lund. English ll. AFS Chili Advisor. '. Cvorgze- Xlfrritt, English T. 9. r. .lohn l.z1pP. English ll. Journalism. Pllllllf'Zlll0I1Q Stall' ,Mlxisor ,fm r a www ,4W.-MR f, lzmior Lisa Watson vxanzinvs mixtures in a test lube Mr. Clarvnm- Fnlmvk. Svivnve. Hath. fX1nlio-Yis11aI CO0I'llillLli0l'. Calf COLIVII. Mr. Harlan Sandholm, Physics, Science, Equipmvnt Manager Sclence Q Q Mrs. Eileen Adams, Chemistry. 5 1. X 'ix Nlr. Robert Rittfbr. Biology. Xlgflllilll lfoutlrall l40Ll1'll. X-qiillllll Baseball ffouvli, Senior Rick A1511 pmzflrfrs over his r'l1f'111islry book. 5 j Miss Carol Yalker, Librarian, Library Club Mlvisor. Nlr. .lolin Pffziiwoii. Biology. Si-iciir-f T. .X-5quafl Footluill 'X-Squad Hof-lu-y fiom-lil Com-li , S 5 ath NIV. XX'ilfm'd Pzlrxwll, f1l'OIHt'II'Y. Ten-lxlxival Math, l"'I'.-X Mr. ROlJf'l'IXxr'vii'klC1'll, Huthif -Xdxifor. NIV. BUI'lHlI't1 Br'o1iv1'ic-k. 'XIQQJIITLL Cv1101'a11 Hath. Cross Country Coavh RIF. Jann-s Ashworth. Hall: 11. T6i'1lllil'31 Kfath ,,.,A It .. ww ,, .W if D Math Mrs. I.uville Smith, Hath 8. Miss Doreen Holiivr, Bookkeeping, Secretarial Practice, Short iiaud, Typing. De' 1 ,, his Ng y i i Soclal tudles Mr. Cc-orgv Cooilwiii. Soi-izil Stiiilivs 12. Wurlil Histc B-Ilm-ki-y ffnzivli, ill1'Ill1lS liUil1'll. if 'yi HW' X A Mr. A-Xli-xiimici' Ilvron, Soriul Studies 8, Wlorlil Ccogra r-,R Mr. William Millzml, Soviul Stuilin-4 8, World Cm-og.gra +- wa' -wk l in Nloyiizigli, Sm-iul Sllulivs 3. Miivi'im-uri History, li lhslwllwiill l.lIlll'll. li-l'ooll'mll lnuvli. pliy 'WR Mfwf ' , M12 Gerald line, So:-ial Studios l2. Stuflr-nt Council -Xelxisor. Mr. Charles Rogers, Sovizil Studie-s 9, Anivrivuii Histor A .WB A V A , f .Q mm ,. ,I ,lf A,,,4,,n:N. V - .Y 3. , MF- GGOFSP H0912 S0f'i21l Studios 9. Athletic' Director. Mr. Ronald Causton, Sof-ial Studies 7, A-Baskvtball Coach. Fine Art Mr. William Sanclivz, Art, Stage Crew Advisor, Art Club Advisor Mrs. Patricia Wlydella, Art, Sr. Class Advisor. Miss Judith Shanley. Drama, Speer-ll, Drama Club Advisor. Phy Ed x A. Miss Patrivia l.iHi!Iil0llVI1. Phv Fil. CRX and Clie:-rle-ading Advisor. Mrs. Ruth Zink. Pliy Ed, CAA Advisor. . Q. Mr. Vernon Peterson, Phy Ed, 1.01-kor Manage-r, Travk Coach. if P- Z 1 fi 3 , R. 'Q N. 'Q r no or iz Mr. Ronald Slotsve, Phy Ed, Swimming Coach Hl1gl12lgC Mr. LeRoy Elsing, Cvrrnzln, German Chih Arlvisor. Mrs. Lorraine Conley, Spanish, English 82 Spanish Cillij Advisor. Daniel Olson, P0111 Sfl'iIlll0llSl'f', and Sandra TIIOIIIVIJSOTI. practice German in the language lab. ,.....-pfllll Q Mrs. Esther Coffstein, French, English 12, French Cillii Advisor ' fx ,s L' 35? M 4 f I 'fi Q is Eu ,Q 1 .fi Music Mr. Alton Burns, Band Dirwtor. Miss Marjorie Ruse-h, Choir Director. famvs Ed, Eric flrzdvrsorz, and Robert Call learn df1llHIIll.IZg lvvlzlzfqzles in Nr. Burns' vigfzilz grade Band class. Industrial Q .. 'Y Mr. Marvin Willey. Woodsllop. Mr. Eugene Pose, Metal Shop, Woodshop, Srfiemxe, Mr. Frank Gruber, Drafting, Woodsliolw, Gymnastics Coach, B-Track Coavli. Home Economics V91 il 1 , Mrs. Nancy Carlson, Home Evonomics, Science Mrs. Madera Brown. Home Rf'OIlOIIli4'S, Sovial Family Living Jr. Claws .idx is OF 25 llI'SC -19' ' ,,.,-5 ..+ -,,' V453 "-, 1 Office Staff I0 P I-17 E5 :-. fa 4 PG Above, Mrs. Marlene Merlh, school nurse. 'Z I f e,,, 'if ....,...,..M-Nmfw llpper left. Mrs. llllllflxolll? Merllz, selzool nurse, keeps lzer eye out for illness. Lower lefi, Mrs. Mildred Rolaicleaux and Mrs. Lila Peterson listen to the excuse of a lardy student. Murray clerks. Mrs. Betsy Barnes. Regis- trarg Mrs. Mildred Robideaux, Attendance Clerkg Mrs. Lila Peter- son, Bursar, Murray Cooks. Mrs. Eva Barrett, Mrs. Virginia Nel- son, Mrs. Mary Englund, Bfrs. Ethel Agnew, Mrs. Man-ia Craddovk. Mrs, Winifred 0'Dwyer, Mrs. Lovina Eklund. Cu todians ooks ,r,,,wqpnn-4vl"'fwv 9 1 i""""1 . Ti Mrs. Agnew collects lunch money. Murray custodians, Laroy 'Sparkyu Vadnais. Syl. vest:-r Yanisch, Tom Kirschlingx, lmroy Starner, Louis Faxilla. Not pivtured are Agnes Ross, Betty Hvroff. Co-odilors: l'azLIr'He Boyer Slznrz' Milburn Ellen Thompson Ill I! 'W mf iw rzrw is lflw ruvlzfl of lrfml ll'f' fzrzzv' flllillgllf. Tiff- lIll'!l1I fx w1'wrx!f11'l1g. Uufurl Irv fllfllk. 1411 fm-n111f'. -Hzzrlfllzrz Clay Acker- Baseball lr. Var. 15 German Club 2-45 Golf 3. Paul Alphonse- Baseball Jr. Var. 1, 25 Sr. Var. 3, 45 Letter Award 35 Basketball Jr. Var. 25 Sr. Var. 3, 45 M-Club 3. Rosemary Amlotte- Art Club 4: Choir 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3: CAA 1, 25 Musical 35 School Service 4. Isabelle Anderson- Barbara Andrews- Dramatic Club 45 Fall Festival 45 CAA 1-45 Sportliead 35 Jr. Class Board 35 Murc-urie Agent 15 Pilot Agent 25 Prom Hostess 25 School Ser- vice 35 45 Student Council 1, 3, 4. . - A. Kathryn Aldean- AFS 4: Dra- matic Club 45 FTA 45 GAA 1-45 Sporthead 35 Pres. 45 Latin Club 1-35 Prom Hostess 25 School Ser- vice 3. Nadia Alenov- Art Club 4: Cheer- leader 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Prom Committee 35 School Ser- vice 45 Central 2. Catherine Anderson Duane Anderson Christine Arver- Choir 2-45 Dra matic Club 3, 45 Fall Festival 4 FTA 35 CAA 1-35 German Club 3, 45 Murcurie Reporter 3, 4 Murcurie Page 3 Editor 4. Frederick Ash- Football Sr. Var. 3, 4. Roger Ashley- Cross Country 2-4: Capt. 4: Letter Award 2-4: .lr. Class Board 3: M-Club 2-4: Mur- curic Page 4 Editor 4: Reporter 3: Photographer 4: Prom Com- mittee 3: Track 1-4: Letter Award 1-4. Denise Bailey- AFS 1-3: GAA 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Mnrcuric Reporter 3. 4: Murcurie Page 2 Editor 4: School Service 3, 4. Michael Barnes- Baseball Jr. Var. Ami Bal'fll0l9mY' Ffemll Cllll' 3- 2: Basketball Jr Var. 2: Sr. Var. 4: Lexington H1311 Sf'1l00l- I-f'X' 3,41 Choir 4: Tennis 3, 43 Como ington, Massachusetts 1, 2. Jr. High 1. .lean Berger- AFS 3: Dramatic Club 2: FTA 3: GAA 2-4: Li- brary Club 3, 4: Murcurie Be- porter 3: Pilot Fditor 4: Prom Committee 3: School Service 3: Sr. Class Trcas. 4: Spanish Club 2-4: Publicity Chrm. 3: Sec. 1: Derham Hall 1. Peter Bergeson- German Club 2: Gymnastics 1-4: Letter Award 2-4: M-Club 2-4. Anthony Baran- Dramatic Chi 3: H-Club 2-4: Swimming 1-4 Capt. 4: Letter Award 2-4 School Service 4. b a Cora Barnes- Art Club 4: Aqua- tic League 1-4: Sec. 3: Vice- Pres. 4: Band 1-4: FTA 3. 4: Pres. 3, 4: GAA 1-4: Sporthead 3: Spanish Club 1, 2: Student Council 1, 2: School Service 3. Richard Batdorf- Band 1, 2: Let- ter Award 1, 2: FTA 3,'4: Yicc J lres. 4: German Club 2-4: Blur curie Agent 3, 4: Pilot Agent 3 4: Student Council 2, 3. Donald Benson- Basketball .lr. Var. 2: Choir 4: French fflub 22 Football Jr. Var. 2: Sr. Yar. 3, 4: Letter Award 4: M-Club 4: Student Council 3: Wrestling 31 Wilson Jr. High 1. Paulette Beyer- AFS 2, 3: Dra- matic Club 3: GAA 1-4: Sport.- head 3: German Club 1-3: Mur- curie Reporter 3: Pilot Senior Editor 4: School Service 2-4. v Linda Blastervold- Patricia Bricher- Art Club 4: Li- brary Club 3, 4: School Service 3, 4: Wilson Jr. High 1. Richard Boemer- All School Play 3: Fall Festival 4: Homecoming Queen Mgr. 4: One-Act Plays 3: Cretin 1, 2. Donald Brastad- Cross Country 1-3: Library Club 3, 4: M-Club 1-4: School Service 4: Swimming 1-4: Letter Award 1, 3: Track 1. Thomas Brill- Dramatic Club 2: Wilson Jr. High 1. Kay Campion- Art Club 4: Choir 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Fall Fes- tival 4: GAA 3, 4: Octette 4: Our Lady of Peace 1, 2. Carol Carlson- Choir 3, 4 French Club 2-4: GAA 1-3: Musical 3. Robert Brist- Stage Crew 3, 4. Michael Carr- Dramatic Club 4: Fall Festival 4: French Club 3, 4: FTA 4: Library Club 3, 4: Murcurie Agent 3: Pilot Agent 3: School Service 4. Roger Cheatham- German Club 1: Gymnastics 1-4: Letter Award 3, 4: M-Club 3, 4. "'1'I.."r5 Michael Bulger- Choir 2-4: Pres. 4: Jr. Class Board 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Program Chrm. 2: Library Club 3. 4: Pres. 4: Murcurie Page 1 Editor 4: Reporter 3: Photographer 4: Music-al 2-4: Octette 2-4: Pilot Photographer 4. i l -fs-nl in 'H Corrine Clayton flilll- Fall Fes- tival 43 French Club 2. School Service 3. Kathleen Chell- GAA 1-43 School Service 4. ! Gayle Comstock- AFS 2-4: Art Club 4: Dramatic Club 2-43 French Club 1-33 GAA 1, 2: Murcurie Agent 1-4: One-Act Plays 33 Pilot Agent 1-4: Pilot Underclassmen Editor 4g School Service 3. Geraldine Chell- GAA 1-43 Lynn Curtiss- AFS 33 Cheer- leader 43 Dramatic Club 3, 43 FTA 33 GAA 1-43 Pilot Under- classmen Editor 43 Prom Com- mittee 3: School Service 33 Spanish Club 1-33 Student Coun- cil 3, 4. Nancy Dahlquist- Blarney Ball Cand. 23 Choir 3, 43 Dramatic Club 33 FTA 3: French Club 3, 4: GAA 23 Murcurie Agent 33 Murcurie Business Mgr. 43 Pilot Agent 33 School Service 4g Sno, Foolin' Cand. 1. Gary Chisholm- Timothy Christopherson- Football Jr. Var. 2: Sr. Var. 4: Letter Award 4: Golf 1-43 Letter Award 2g M-Club 2-43 Murcurie Agent 13 Pilot Agent 13 School Service 43 Student Council 3. Kathleen Cook- Choir 33 CAA 1-43 School Service 4. ,lohn Corbett- Anne Dalton- AFS 3, 4: Band 13 Choir 3, 43 Dramatic Club 33 CAA 1-43 German Club 2-43 Li- brary Club 2-43 Murcurie Agent 1, 3, 43 Musical 33 Pilot Agent 2-43 Prom Committee 33 School Service 43 School Spirit Commit- tee 43 Chairman 4. f ff 3'5" , """1i, 1-1.,I:l': 14? f 3' 1 M We if ...W -: QP4 33 Patricia Danielzuk- GAA 1-3: School Service 4. Deborah Dvorak- AFS 2--1: Dru- rnatic Club 3, 4: FTA 3' CAA 1--1: News Burr-au l: School Sci'- vice 45 Student llouncil 2, 3. Stephen Eckstrom- German Club 3, 4: Tennis 2, 35 Track 1. Mark Forliti- Blarney Ball Cand. 25 Football Jr. Var. 2: Sr. Var. 3, 45 Letter Award 3, 4: Hockey Jr. Var. 2: Sr. Var. 3, 45 Letter Award 3, 4: M-Club 3, 4: Span- ish Club 2, 35 Student Council 45 Cretin 1. John Foster- Gymnastics 1, 25 M-C Club 3, 45 Sec. 45 School Service 4: Track l-4: Letter Award 45 Wrestling 3, 45 Letter Award 3. 4. Barbara Donovan- Linda Dunshee- Cheerleader 2-45 Choir 2-45 Sec. 45 Dramatic Club 2: GAA 1, 25 German Club 3, 45 Homecoming Queen Cand. 45 Jr. Class Board 3: Jr, Class Sec. 35 Murcurie Agent 2: Musical 3, 4: Pilot Agent 25 Prom Com- mittee 35 School Service 45 School Spirit Committee 45 Stu- dent Council 3, 45 Sec. 4. Susan Ellis- Art Club 4. Loree Fehrman- AFS 3: Art Mary Foster- All School Play 3: Blarney Ball Queen 25 Drama Club 2-45 Fall Festival 45 French Club l, 25 GAA l, 25 Jr. Class Board 35 Murcurie Agent 35 Murcurie Reporter 35 Pilot Agent 3: Prom Chrm. 35 School Service 45 Sno' Foolin' Cand. 1. Alice Freeman- B Choir 35 GAA 1-3: Murcurie Agent 35 Pilot Agent 35 School Service 3. Club 4: Pres. 4: All School Play 1, 35 Fall Festival 45 CAA 1, 25 Murcurie Agent 25 Pilot Agent 25 School Service 4. Grant Friberg- Choir 2-4: Dra- matic Club 3: M-Club 1-4: School Service 3: Swimming 1-4: Letter Award 1-3: Track 1, 2. William Frye- Oceanside High School, Oceanside, California 3. Robert Cadwa- Art Club 4: Baseball Jr. Var. 2: Blarney Ball Cand. 2: Football Jr. Var. 2: Sr. Var. 3: Hockey Jr. Var. 1, 2: Sr. Var. 3: Letter Award 3: M- Club 3: School Service 3: Stu- dent Council 3. David Gardner- Darlene George Central 3 DeEtte Goar- U. High 1, 2. Lana Grindle- AFS 4: Art Club 4: Dramatic Club 2: GAA 1-3: News Bureau 4: School Service 3. Christine Cuttormson- Art Club 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: GAA 3, 4: Our Lady of Peace 1, 2. Susan Good- Aquatic League 1-3: Band 1-4: Pres. 4: GAA 1-4: German Club 3, 4: Vice. Pres. 4. Edward Graham- Football Jr. Var. 2: Sr. Var. 3. Linda Hahn- AFS 3, 4: B Choir 3: CAA 1-4: Murcurie Agent 4: Pilot Agent 4: School Service 4: School Spirit Committee 3, 4. wash, 'ZW 3 ya, 3 35921, . .,. Dianne Halverson- B Choir 13 Dramatic Club 43 GAA 1-43 Sporthead 33 Letter Award 33 Vice Pres. 4: Jr. Class Board 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Library Club 3, 43 School Service 3. Mary Halvorson- AFS 33 Band 13 Cheerleading 1, 3, 43 Choir 2-4: Dramatic Club 2-4: GAA 1-33 Homecoming Queen 4: Jr. Class Board 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Pilot Sports Editor 4g School Service 4. Lynda Halverson- AFS 2, 33 Aquatic League 1, 2g Blarney Ball Cand. 23 Dramatic Club 3, 43 Fall Festival 43 FTA 2, 3g GAA 1, 23 Jr. Class Board 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Murcurie Agent 1, 23 Pilot Agent 43 School Ser- vice 4. Martha Halvorson- Choir 2-43 Dramatic Club 3, 43 GAA 23 German Club 2-43 Jr. Class Board 33 Library Club 3, 4g Murcurie Page 2 Editor 43 Re- porter 33 Musical 3, 43 Cam- bridgeshire High School, Cam- bridge, England 1. 36 Jean Hanna- Dramatic 4, FTA 43 C-AA 2, 33 School Service 4. Janice Hayes- FTA 3, 43 GAA 1-43 School Service 4. David Healy- Basketball Jr. Var. 13 Sr. Var. 3, 43 Letter Award 3, 43 German Club 3, 43 Golf 33 M-Club 3, 4. John Hanson- German Club 4. Jeffrey Hasslen- Library Club 5, John Hedberg- Baseball Jr. Var. 1, 23 Sr. Var. 3, 43 Basketball Jr. Var. 1, 23 Sr. Var. 3, 43 Football Jr. Var. 23 Sr. Var. 3, 43 Letter Award 43 Geruan Club 3, 43 Pres. 43 M-Club 4. Nancy Heaton- Aquatic League 1-33 Vice. Pres. 33 Choir 2-43 GAA 1-43 Sporthead 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Library Club 3, 43 Corr. Sec. 43 Octette 2-43 Prom Committee 33 School Service 4. 43 Sergeant at Arms 43 Wilson Jr. High 1. YN X Barbara Hughes- Cheerleading 2g Dramatic Club 3: GAA 1. 2: Murcurie Agent l: Prom Com- mittee 3: School Service 4. Lynnette Hess- AFS 2-4: Choir 2-43 Dramatic Club 2-4: FTA 3: CAA l-2: Jr. Class Board 3: Pilot Activities Editor 4: Prom Committee 3: School Service 4. James Hunt- Art Club 4: M- Club 3, 4: School Service 3. 4: Swimming 1-4: Letter Award 2, 3. Lynette Johnson- Choir 1, 2: Dramatic Club 3: German Club 2: School Service 3. Richard Johnson- Library Club 3, 4. Kathleen Heuer- Choir 2-4: Cer- man Club 3, 4: School Service 4 Susan Hopp- AFS 3: Art Club 4: Cheerleading 4: Choir 2: Dra- matic Club 3: GAA 1-3: German Club 1-4: Library Club 3. 4: Murcurie Agent 1: School Ser- vice 4. James Horan- School Service 4. Erik Johnson Swlmmlng 4, American High School, Fort Dauphon, Madagascar 1-3. Linda Johnson- Murcurie Copy- reader and Artist 4: Reporter 3. Thomas Johnson- Baseball Jr. Var. 1, 2: Sr. Var. 3, 4: Letter Award 3, 4: Basketball Jr. Var. 1: Sr. Var. 2-4: Capt. 4: Letter Award 3, 4: B Boys State 3: Homecoming Mgr. 4: Library Club 2-4: M-Club 3. 4: Pres. 4: School Service 3: Sno' Foolin' Cand. 1: Student Council 1. Robert Karinen- Football Sr. Var. 3: German Club 2: Gym- nastics 1, 3, 4: Capt. 4: Letter Award 3, 4: Hockey Jr. Var. 2: Jr. Class Board 3: M-Club 3. 4: School Service 3, 4: Track 2-4: Letter Award 4. William Koenig- Baseball .lr. Var. 1, 2: Pilot Sports Editor 4: Spanish Club 1: Wrestling 2-4. Thomas Kelsey- All School Play 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Pres 4: French Club 2-4: Fall Festival 4: German Club 3, 4: Golf 3. 4: Honfiecoming Queen Mgr. 4: One-Act Plays 3: Student Coun- cil 4. .ludith Klecker- Murcurie Page 3 Editor 4: Milson lr. High 1. .lean Kropelnickx- GAA 1: School Service 4. Terrance Lake- Lewis Lambert- Baseball lr. Var 1, 2: Football Jr. Var. 2: Sr Var. 3, 4: Letter Award 4: Ger Nanette LaValle- Fall Festival 4: CI I 1. M-pl I . , . Ffenfll Club 3, 45 Central 2- llliile A2-4:11 Rebecca Lindgren- Aquatic League 2: Choir 2-4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Fall Festival 4: FTA 3: GAA 1-4: Sporthead 3: Mur- curie Agent 3: School Service 4. Steven Lindholm- Choir 2-4: Dra- matic Club 3: French Club 2-4: FTA 3: Football Jr. Var. 2: Prom Chrm. 3: Student Council 4: Wilson Jr. High 1. ,lean Lindorfer- FTA 3: GAA 1-4: Sporthead 3: Girls Country 3: Library Club 2-4: Murcurie Agent 3: Pilot Agent 3: Prom Committee 3: School Service 4: Student Council 2-4. 2-4: School Service 4: Track 3: 2Vrestling 2-4: Letter Award 3 Sheila McAuley- AFS 3, 4: Band 1: Dramatic Club 3, 4: French Club 1, 2: FTA 3, 4: GAA 1-4: Murcurie Agent 4: Murcurie Re- porter 3, 4: News Bureau 4: Pilot Agent 4: School Service 3. Margaret Lindstedt- News Bur- eau Chief 4: Faith Academy, Phillippines 1-3. Michael Loefller- All School Play 2: Blarney Ball Cand. 2: Choir 3: Cross Country 2-4: Letter Award 2-4: Dramatic Club 2. 3: German Club 2, 3: Golf 2: Let- ter Award 2: M-Club 1-4: Sno' Foolin' Prince 1: Murcurie Agent 2: Pilot Agent 2: Sr. Class Vice Pres. 4: Student Council 1. 2, 4: Swimming 1-4: Capt. 4: Letter Award 1-4. Shanna McCann- Choir 2: 'School Service 4: Highland Park 2. Elizabeth McDonald- AFS 1: Choir 2, 4: CAA 1, 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Library Club 4: Oc- Iette 4: Moravian Seminary, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania 3. Kevin McGowan- Helen Marsh- GAA 1, 2: Library Club 3, 4: Murcurie Agent 1: School Service 4. Marie Martinucci- French Club 2-4: GAA 2-4: School Service 3, 4: Cleveland Jr. High 1. Kathleen McCardle- Sharon McCurdy- AFS 3: Fall Festival 4: German Club 3: Mur- curie Agent 4: School Service 3, 4. Diane McKay- AFS 3: Choir 3, 4: FTA 3: GAA 2, 3: German Club 2-4: Library Club 3, 4: Program Cbrm. 4: Prom Com- mittee 3: School Service 3: Wil- son Jr. High 1. ER v Everett McLean- Art Club 4: Dramatic' Club 3. 4: Fall Festi- val 4: Football Sr. Var. 3: Let- tter Award 3: School Service 3, Kathleen Meyer- All School Play 3: Choir 4: Dramatic Club 3: Latin Club 2: One-Act Plays 3: Prom Committee 3: Derham Hall 1. Mark Miesen- Dramatic Club 4: Fall Festival 4: Student Council 4: Concordia Academy 1. Daniel Miller- Football Jr. Var. 1, 2: German Club 1, 2: Golf 2-4: Letter Award 4: M-Club 4: Prom Committee 3: Track 1. Mary McTie- Art Club 4: Choir 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: CAA 1, 2: Murcurie Agent 4: Pilot Advertising Editor 4: School Service 4: Spanish Club 1, 2. Daniel Mettler- M-Club 2: Mur- curie Agent 3, 4: Pilot Agent 3, 4: Student Council 1, 2: Track gl Wrestling 2, 3: Letter Award Sheri Milburn- AFS 3: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Fall Festival 4: CAA 1, 2: Murcurie Agent 4: Pilot Senior Editor 4: School Service 4: Spanish Club 1-3: Program Chrrn. 2, 3. Jane Milham- Art Club 4: Aqua- tic League 1-3: Choir 2-4: Dra- matic Club 3, 4: Fall Festival 4: GAA 1-4: Sporthead 3: German Club 1-4: Library Club 2-4: Treas. 4: Octette 3, 4: Musical 3: School Service 4: Student Council 1. Shawn Mischuk- Art Club 4: Choir 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: GAA 1: Spanish Club 1, 2. Linda Mitchell- Dramatic Club 3: CAA 1-3: Spanish Club 1-4: Vice Pres. 2-4. ,lohn Morlock- Choir 2-4: Musi- cal 3. 1? aria' Gregory Mullin- Curt Murawski- Wrestling 2. Steven Nason- AFS 4: Hureurie Editor 4: Reporter 3: Photog- rapher 4: Wrestling 1, 2. Benhart Nelson- Football Jr. Var. 2: Sr. Var. 3, 4: Capt. 4: Letter Award 3, 4: M-Club 3, 4. Darlene Nelson- Choir 2-4: Prom Glenn Nelson- Football Jr. Var. Committee 3: School Service 4. 2: Gymnastics 2-4: Travk 1-4. JoNell Nielson- Aquatir' League 2: Blarney Ball Cami. 2: Dra- matic Club 2, 3: FTA 2: Home- coming Queen Cand. 4: Latin Club 1, 2: Sno' Foolin' Princess 1: Student Council 1: Sec. Treas. 1. Gary Olson- All School Play 3: Baseball Mgr. 3, 4: Choir 3, 4: Dramatic Club 4: Fall Festival 4: French Club 3: Octette 4. Llatra Nelson- Art Club 4: Fall Festival 4: GAA 1, 3, 4: School Service 4. .lanine Neils- Band 1-4: GAA 1-4: Sporthead 3: Corr. Sec. 4: German Club 4: Library Club 3, 4: Murourie Agent 1-3. Karen Olson- Choir 2-4: FTA 3, 4: GAA 1-3: Murcurie Agent 2: Octette 4: Spanish Club 3. Wayrne Olson- FTA 4: School Service 2. Emily Page- Blarney Ball Queen Cand. 2: Choir 2-4: French Club 2-4: Homevoming Queen Cand. 4: Jr. Class Board 3: School Service 4: Sno' Foolin' Cand. 1: Student Council 3, 4. Darlene Pitman- St. Agnes 1, 2. Robert Reichow- Gymnastics 2-4 I Alan Reinarz Baseball Jr. Var. 1? Basketball .lr. Var. 1, 2. William O'Malley- Baseball Sr. Var. 3: Football Sr. Var. 3: Hockey Jr. Var. 1, 2: Sr. Var. 3, 4: Letter Award 3, 4: M-Club 3, 4: School Service 4. .loan Overgard- Band 1: Blarney Ball Queen Cand. 2: Cheerlead- ing 1-4: Capt. 2, 4: Dramatic Club 2, 3: FTA 3: GAA 1-3: Homecoming Queen Cand. 4: 1.i- brary Club 3, 4: Pilot Agent 1-3: Pilot Avtivities Editor 4: Prom Committee 3: School Service 4: Student Council 2, 3: Sec. 3. Susan Radant- School Service 4 LHWNTCHCC R21UCl1 Aft Clllll 4 Sz, Agnes 1, 2, School Seruce 3 4 Fred Reuteler- Daryl Rezny- Band 2-4. Terese Roberts- AFS 4: Tlramatic Club 4: Fall Festival 4: French Club 3. 4: FTA 3, 4: CAA 3. 4: School Service 4: Bishop Ryan High School, Minot, No. Dakota 1, 2. Baiba Robins- AFS 3, 4: Cheer- leader 1-4: Choir 2-'41 Dramatic Club 2-4: Fall Festival 4: GAA 1-4: Cerman Club l-4: ,lr. Class Board 3: Library Club 3. 4: Murcurie Page 4 Editor 4: Rc- porter 3: Musical 3: School Spirit Committee 3, 4: Sr. Class Sec. 4. Lynne Rosch- AFS 4: GAA 3: Pilot Artist 4: School Service 4: School Spirit Committee 4: Como Park Jr. 1. Donna Rosier- GAA 1, 2: School Service 3. John Rottach Cary Rozenberg- Art Club 4: School Service 4. Diana Scherbert- AFS 3, 4: Pres. 4: Band 1-4: Vice Pres. 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: French Club 1, 2, 4: FTA 4: GAA 1-4: ,Li- brary Club 3, 4: Rec. Sec. 4: School Service 3. 4. Betty Schmidt- FTA 3, 4: GAA 2-4: German Club 2-4: Library Cluh 3, 4: School Service 4: Wilson lr. High 1. Thomas Runyon- Murcurie Agent 1: Pilot Agent 1: Prom Commit- tee 3: School Service 4: Student Council 1, 3: Wrestling 1: Cre- tin 2. Michael Scaramuzzo- Gymnastics 2: School Service 4: Wrestling 1. Mary Schmitz- Pilot Agent 4. Carol Serva- Choir 3, 4: Mur- curie Circulation and Exchange Editor 4: School Service 43 Wil- son .lr. High 1. Dennis Skildum- Baseball Jr. Var. 1, 23 Football Jr. Var. 1, 23 Sr. Var. 3, 4: Letter Award 43 M-Club 43 School Service 4. Paul Smith- Band 1, 23 Tennis 1. Patricia Snyder- AFS 3, 4: Choir 2-4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: French Club 4: FTA 3, 4: GAA 1-4: Library Club 3, 4: Murcurie Agent 23 Musical 33 School Ser- vice 4. Diane Spies- School Service 43 St. Agnes 1, 2. Allan Shulstad- Choir 2-43 Ger- man Cluh 3, 4. Veralucia Silva- Centro de En- sino Medio Elefante Branco, Bra- silia, Brasil, 1-3. 40'- Ronald Smith- Blarney Ball Cand. 23 Boys State 33 Football Jr. Var. 1, 2: Sr. Var. 3, 4: Co- capt. 2, 4: Letter Award 3. 4: Hockey lr. Var. 1, 23 Sr. Var. 3, 43 Capt. 4: Letter Award 2-43 German Club 4: M-Club 2-4: Prom Committee 3: School Ser- vice 43 Sno' Foolin' Cand. 1: Student Council 1-43 Pres. 13 Tennis 1-43 Letter Award 2-4. Thomas Spooner- Band 1: Base- ball Jr. Var. 1, 23 Sr. Var. 3, 4: Letter Award 3, 4: Blarney Ball Cand. 23 Football Jr. Var. 1, 23 Sr. Var, 3, 43 Letter Award 4: M-Club 2-43 School Service 3. 43 Student Council 1-23 Wrestlirmg 2-43 Letter Award 2-43 Capt. 4. Ellen Stahosky Joseph Snelson- School Service 4. :ki 3: Cretin 1. .lames Stein- Joel Stoeekeler- All Sehool Play 2, 3: Baseball Jr. Var. 2: Cross Country 2-4: Letter Award 2-4: Draunatif' Club 2-4: Fall lfestival 4: Football Jr. Var. 1: German Club 2-4: .lr. Class Pres. 3: N1- Club 2-4: Nlureurie Agent 1. 2: Prorn Committee 3: Sr. Class Pres. 4: Student Council 3. 4: Track 1. Glenn Strandquist- Baseball Jr. Va tter r. 1, 2: Sr. Var. 3, 4: Le Award 3: Basketball Jr. Var. 1: F0 I 2 . . ot mall Jr. Var. 1, L: Sr. Xar. 4, Jr. Class Board 3: M-Club 2-4: Wr'estling 2-4: Capt. 4: Let- ter Award 2-4. Kathryn Threlkeld- Choir 4: FTA 3, 4: GAA 1-4: Latin Club 1-3: Library Club 3, 4: Sec. Treas. 4: School Service 4. Ellen Thompson- French Club 4: Pilot Senior Editor 4: West High School, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Dennis Steeh- Art Club 4: Hock- ey Jr. Var. 2: Prom Committee 3: School Service 4: Wrestling Susan Stein- AFS 4: GAA 1: Murvurie Agent 1: Mureurie Ed- itor 4: Reporter 3: Pilot Agent 1: Prom Committee 3: School Servive 4: Spanish Club 1-4: Refreshments Chrm. 3: Program Chrm. 4. Howard Stendahl- Golf 1-4: Capt. 4: Letter Award 2-4: Gym- nastivs 1-3: Letter Award 1-3: Homeroming Queen Cand. Hgr. 4: N1-Club 1-4: Blureurie Pho- tographer 1: Murcurie Reporter 3: llurrurie Page 1 Editor 42 Pilot Photographer 4: Student Counril 1-3. Becky Svendsen- Art Club 4: Band 1-4: Dramatic Club 4: Fall Festival 4: FTA 4: GAA 1-4: German Club 3, 4. Naney Tvhida- AFS 4: 1X10undS View 1, 2. Mary Thompson- AFS 1, 2: Band 1: Dramatic: Club 3, 4: FTA 3, 4: GAA 1-3: German Club 3, 4: Murcurie Agent 2, 3: Mureurie Reporter 4: Pilot Agent 2: Pilot Advertising Editor 4: School Ser- virze 4: Student Council 1. Nathan Thompson- Baseball Jr. Var. 1, 2: Sr. Var. 3, 4: Choir 2-4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Fall Festival 4: Football Jr. Var. 1, 2: Sr. Var. 3, 4: Letter Award 3, 4: Capt. 2: Hockey Jr. Var. 1, 2: Sr. Var. 3: Latin Club 1-3: Li- brary Club 3, 4: Vice Pres. 4: M-Club 3, 4: Murcurie Agent 2: Pilot Agent 2: Octette 3: Musi- cal 2-4: School Service 4: Stu- dent Council 3. Dianne Tuff- AFS 4: Choir 4: GAA 3, 4: German Club 3, 4: St. Peters College, Brisbane, Aus- tralia. Kenneth Ulrickson- Fall Festival 4: Thousand Oaks High School, Thousand Oaks, California. Susan Wagner- Band 2: GAA 1-4: Library Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. Connie Walters- AFS 3: Art Club 4: Dramatic Club 3. 4: FTA 3: GAA 2, 3: Prom Com- mittee 3g School Service 2, 3: Spanish Club 2-4: Pres. 3: Treas. 4. Paula Thurow- Band 1-4, Letter Award 1-4: Cheerleader 1: Choir 2: Dramatic Club 3, 4: FTA 3, 4: Sec. 4: GAA 1-4: Sporthead 3: Rec.. Sec. 4: Letter Award 3: Murcurie Agent 2-4: Murcurie Reporter 3: Pilot Agent 2-4: Pilot Activities Editor 4: School Spirit Committee 3, 4: Student Council 3. Robert Trammell- Basketball Jr. Var. 1, 2: Sr. Var. 3, 4: Letter Award 3, 4: Capt. 4: Boys State 3: Choir 4: Cross Country 1-4: Letter Award 1-4: Capt. 4: FTA 3: Jr. Class Board 3: Jr. Class Sec. 3: Latin Club 1, 2: Pres. 2: M-Club 1-4: Murcurie Agent 1: Pilot Agent 1: Prom Committee 3: Sno' Foolin' Cand. 1: Sr. Class Sec. 4: Student Council 2-4: Treas. 3: Pres. 4: Tennis 1-4: Letter Award 2-4. Joyce Vargo- Choir 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: GAA 2: Library Club 3, 4: School Service 4. Thomas Wandmacher- Baseball Jr. Var. 1, 2: Sr. Var. 3, 4: Let- ter Award 3, 4: Basketball ,lr. Var. 1, 2: Sr. Var. 3, 4: Letter Award 4: M-Club 3, 4: School Service 4: Spanish Club 2. Rita Webber- Lynda Wacliter- Blarney Ball Cand. 2: Choir 2-4: Dramatic Club 3: GAA 1, 2: Jr. Class Board 3: Murcurie Agent 4: Musical 3: Pilot Agent 4: Prom Committee 3: Sno' Foolin' Cand. 1: Student Council 1, 2. Robert Webber- Lois Vllelk- Band 2: Choir 4: Carol Wetherby- AFS 2, 3: Dra- matic Club 3, 4: GAA 1. 2: Latin Club 1, 2: Murcurie Ad- vertising Editor 4: Murcurie Agent 2: Reporter 4: School Service 4. German Club 2-4: Wilson High 1. Lynn Wethammer- Dramatic Club 3: Spanish Club 2. Diane Whaley Art Club 4 Fa Anne Wheeler- Aquatic League Ff-Sqn-114 2, 3: Sec. 2: GAA 1-3: Sport- head 3: l.atin Club 1. 2: Librarv Club 3. 4: School Service 3: Stu- dent Council 1, 2. Club 2-4. Faye Yonker- CAA 1-4: C-crman Linda Zechmeister- Choir 4: CAA 3, 4: German Club 2-4: Prom Committee 3: Prom Host- ess 2: Student Council 2-3. Daniel White Baseball M,.r. l, Cross Country 3, 4: Letter Award 4: Football Mgr. 2: M-Club 4: School Service 2. Mary Williams- AFS 4: FTA 4: CAA 2-4: Murcurie Agent 4: School Service 4: Como Jr. High 1. Donald Zerrien- School Service 3, 4. C0-editors : Gayle Comstock Lynn, Curliss 48 Qagfrn in You arf, lnrlny ivfzwrw yrmr tlmugfzls lzurn brnugfzl yozzg nm zrill In' lmzmrrmv lvfzwrv your lfmuglzls mln' mu. -fames Jllwrz -KA wi 5' 4187? ! ' Ce ga-ada .nr 'rr-. H .df Secretary President Vivo President 'llI'02iSlll'C!' Steven Berry Al Youngdahl Cary Hsholdt .lanir-e Johnson Q , 2 Mary .lo lim-id Aldcan Anderson 1 ?""74f Junior l 0 ' 'or l'l'1'4 lraff' " Slbtlllil ol then' 5OIlllUIIl0l't" xear hy vlm-1-ling lldhs ollru rs. Tho Class got ll slow start in that lull lmorurlsv their a11lx'i:+or hill svhool. hut Nlrs. 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Franees Griffin Mark Kevin Dehra Paul Daniel Kristine Hanson Haugan Haugen Healy Heist Hoekstra if 3 I ! ' 1 1 ,J Donna Allan liarlmara Rivhard Steve James Peggy Ron Hoelscher Ilolmsten Hoppe Hunting lluso linlwrlson Jack Jacky ,- " 1 i fa 2: . 'ft f 1' ' e G 5' ii N J, Q Q , G ' 'J -fi " fa 'gr . " f ' 1-G 'wr if lg txt G ' , s ' i ., 4 5 G, X., 'f mfg ' - ew" ' 'lf fi Elizabeth Richard Larry Sandra Sharon Walter Glenn Maria Jensen Jensen Johnson Johnson Johnson Johnson Kalnajs Keleher . Z- x - J ' 'f ,. j ' , 'ii r J I ' il 1 A' qi ,it A W ' 2 3. G I N - G 3 it G5 ' is rtsi W Jtf G X ,- . lx Y I VX. A f David Steve Mark Daniel Klary Dr-hra Kathleen Diane Keller Kloek Knohlauuh Knutson Knutson Kroona Kruger Kuhlman ' - ,J ,- "'ii , .. l ' G J s X L'-A ,Wx lx , ' Kr K af' s r: my 6 K s ixyaxe 1 1 if K x tw T, K G, . Joan Patrick Patriek Janet David John William Larsen Larson Leslie Lindemann Lindstrom Lockhart Louden we 2. sir . 'V w it -. 1 ,, , L i i, , T ,V , ig: - Z t . ' f if , . 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Www Mark Mettler 'M ' VI 5 V Q , Ly W f ,, af , A llll lll,l Steven ,lolmson Margaret Krueger K 'S kkrg I X, Vw Linda ' Lou ' eva, Kathleen Meyer L ' Steven .lolmson Robb Lageson Scott Magneson 'Xi V Joan Meyerding ,1 7 3 x if Joyce Meyerding 16493 , mf.. ,Q ' . , el ,I JY" Eric Miesen .4 ' s Philip Mindcr luilvr .Si ' , Voter fJl'lif'I'Illi1Illl ,v -1.. .Nl ., F : .2 A xnl A A .A V. gr, gi t , Q Nlartlm xl'll'llZlf'l Rollin Thomzis Craig iluflith Sandra Miss Monxcl Morris Nam: Neils Nelson Nordhy A V ' ' ' " A N i , f ' ' vt ttt t 1 it r' A ' 1 ' it ga 'K "' '- ' a2- - ' Q LLV in X 4 Qt L V ,ly f I .Qf flmlrea lronarrl lliane Ronalnl lfluina Sta-'ren Cail Uivu Ott l'urri0tt l'aul l':-rez llc-rsons PPIYFSOII t E ighth my rv- I 5.11 i 91+ vga " ' ? Q L if? -.F-I X, rf. ki, William l.11llI'Tlf' Crotrlwn l.ai1ra Patti Vvrnon Ronald l.H11I'i1 l'ew Pittrflkou' Pusrh Quale Roavh Rosier Housslang Rupp i 2:4 f sr '-4 ' t 1' A ' J U Q- K .E 1 ,. 1 t ' ' , r U .. . x Ellllllfl -loyve Klan Susan Ward Svott Susan Daniel Kathleen Srlireifels Scarle Sergero Sessing Slivldon Shipper: Smith Smith va., K X5 f 2 .. .. . 4 1 Q ':" QL, ' 425' , i t A o - I : -4 :cw 'Ili-, i - .lohn ,lane Ronald ,lanet Carol William Klart: Mark Sonnavk Spyvhalla Stein Swanson Tenney Thalliulmer Thompson Thompson ... Q, . Z WA it tl A' l t af.-l , t Knita Xlartin loAnn Mary Mark Betty Cynthia l -l Wagner Wallace 'lindle lfrence lfromlmley Underhill VC ac iter of v . ,E Q in-1 13" Q r,rtf ' W ' jk tx ' 4151 5 W' gr ,', - ,, -f Bill Barbara Glen David Michael Elizabeth Paul Peter Wheatley Willy Willhite Williams Williams Wirth Wirtz Zechmeister if 1"'m'N . Q 0 xv t h e 5' Q l f 59 W fl r " - Y A C' 5, - QV fw...,' "7 ,"gQ',r !Mi H QW: , in 1 , K V E., ,lx William Debra Beverly Daniel Cary Dianne Donald Keith Amadick Amlotte Amundsen Anderson Ash Austgen Badger Baker 'yn' ef' at iigifii' 1121 V' H W Lx 4 r U r Mark Daniel Heidi .lill Robert Donna Bantle Barnes Barthelemy Berry Brasted Botten L Q4 , x. , , ., IQ 'C' fl 'i' jg " - L., F e Q J n 4'-Q 4 2,1 , sf - 1' ' - ' 'ig ' ,."f .Y i,,, s Zi was 1 e x -fs Louis Cerllart Roxanne Karen Kevin Daniel Nancy Frank Bown Buehrer Bye Chambers Cheney Christian Christofk Clark 11. .Q img I v A I b Vg QV " ,rkr efilniz i I ' ,X ,K ' ', ' .ai I ,A K sw' ,f , 'N.,,L5"! c 5 Q ' V' f,r V ff!! l iff ' .' at ',A- fs. ,"f 1 936: , gd 352 , "ff v - l A Lynn Timothy Gail Mark David Anne Cowle Crosby Dahlquist Davis DeBoer Delger ' izf " M ,. ffm l lv id w ill ., . -'2- l f f 1 ' C sr i r , W at is fa. ' 51 r C- 'eaan " Q sy 4. -A frat il ,. a lrr 'te l e f v is .k,, L '?'r' , ,,'1 1 'i" s ,. V ,A-3, , Vvfil W I A W A, Vyii , ,Vi - A i ',,4 ' xx V ,4 H David Michelle Kevin Timothy Teresa Ililigh- Qjfid Elks Doris Dornack Dunshee Dunnuald Dureu L Stlom I Sness mms ,. M l X Y 2 g in M L , 5 fy in l f 1 A Q.. Y "' M- Vivtoria Wayne Heidi Pamela James Dean Fish Forsberg F rerichs F ruen Frye Gahl0n , "- I dau l.aurien Michael Gardner Gibson iw 'f 4 K n Q- ssl' 4 ' ' ' 1 ' - Svott Aditya Susan Grunwald Gupta Hahn ,ff f i 4 J Q 1' Q 5. fy A Patrivia .lulie David .lames Heille Heuer lloekstra Holt f' G lei 4 G . TPFW .lulie Gerald Allen Johnson Johnson Kelley Kipka 1 F - ,, V, 1 Qs, ai ai 1 Q David Delylmi Knudson Konoputzki , 1 .5 'iffefg 'S Leonard Halvorson 122' .V ff XM .1 J 3' f. IO' we ff, 1 ff 'xg if" :KW it Ya Kimberly Matthew Alvin loyve Glenn Goshey Griffin Grindland 4 LA. LL Denise William Nancy Wendy Hanson Healy Hedln-rg Hedberg n- i - sb' af.. V Richard Karen Paul Susan Humphrey Huso Inrberlson Jansen V 1 paw , -., 1263! V f . 7 " ' I ' Sandra James Klecker Kloek an K 5 , li' iief ' r 'Y ew -3 . ., 5, G , fix.. 1- im, 1652 K Keith Colleen Arnold Jean Kramer Krueger Ku ong Lageson , ,,,,, , ,1 . , ,MK 9-1 ,, r H of I ,,,LL 72? I 'fI:f,-, , A IVII ". Y F, H urry' V . , 1' 4 J it in ,I A :,, I .... :iv I . .man ,in L"- li 'ijkrk' Wifi K 5 iff Y A "' r il IE A Lynne Linda Clieryl Rolwrt Steven ,leflrey Kim Michele Larkin l.t1nn l ,aValle lmslie Lindstwlt l.oefTls-r Lukenlmill Lunsc-th I r Y !,...fw in 'V ,,, I V N 'V . N, MM I VV , 1 .- WWW fit t W e 2 i s wa ' A f-it me i 6 . l ff, . 4- W 1, 5 'iw V, K KAI! .,,k L , ii k.,, . 1 I L , KV! ' rw , -3: X! 'al 4' J M K -M V, 11- i ,, , miie? 1 Al Cam James Constance .lolm Robert Karen Katlwrine Maas Marklowitz Mayne M1'C0wrn Mf'II1tYI'0 xIf'K3!' Helanmlvr lllvrrivk 1 F X Ali , ,V . X A 'Tia' uf ,Q , ij? il' 1- V, .1 . f 1 'R , i ' I in A 1 , .. TF ' "' ' a , V ' L it . K A - t t K Ann t liurlmara Linda Kim Susan Patria-ia David Carla Morrill Miss Nlitton Morris Munson Nolrlc Olinger Olson .T 1 , .L 3 HH 'VA' ' A 'Q K ,gi in iii- if ia V 'H' V, 1 , I 1 - ' 71, ,M , V uxvr K iii ii , A A Panwla gilllflfil Rivliarrl llan Dvlira iloanna Cary Nancy Olson Olson 0x'CrgaJ'd Parsons llvpin Perry Persons l,Ct01'son -V l .3 ""' ' 5 " Lk',kL VVVI f V Av M . ' ,W ,, - -1 . Paul ,lames Frances ,lvflrey l.inn Plum-nreuter Pollard Pnsch Putnam Roberson 531 , , ti, Sl-on Robertson ala 'MU' 1 it 3 .. img " 'tv 4' . wk .lanet Rowe Laurie , Rnddick 'st C , -we , l 1 Brian W Schmidt l l N iv ff .g. vvlus l E Fmr- Smith Mark W Strandquist Ns-,eff , ' on M . Q ,, Y, V A1,r':lwAu - uw H Douglas Rivhard Annette Vicki Rutford Salvatore Sandberg Scheuneman 1, h iv. Q ! - m i 2 S Q 42 H ' Q' A ee . Uf . an A M ,.-f Scott Ralph Beth Craig Sherman Shields Shuster Skone 1-sv ,R .- A 'j f ' Q57 'gil Wk, 1 ,Q ' 1- -, S A 'mL S .laequeline Karen Stephen Anita S ' ' ' S ' S " - ,muh 51111111 muh muh Mark Drzrzs mllrs abou! explorers. I 'Y 4.7 A with " N ' B I R Qt V l WL, l ' A V. Q, .4 ' ,Q-Q, ' lf Ak: , J" K sn, it rtlt t if ,Q A :ef 1 . X, i' jg Q' K. . S P James Harp' David .Tanet Kathleen Reherm Steven Kurt Snoxell Sorenson Sourher Spyehalla Stary Starch Stein Steinliauser if ' 1 , ,Q mv , V . 516+ , , i H ' 1, ' K- ' 1 ' ' l 4 Q23 ' ' l 1, ,,i, me W gf V ' JI ' ., 'Q 0 f for .1 gf' 1 ' ' ' 4 4, , Kurt Rmlney Roger Dalvifl Vary Ri'H'llilI'Il Nliclmel Sunmlccn Thompson Thompson Trapp Uhl Uffllll V:-illeux Li, A ,rw 4 at F . .s f V, Ak AQ, I in 1 ll ' tlle t -Vj , f 2, my A , if john Steven Nieholas Steven David Cheryl Mieliael XX"gLsou Nv6'illI'2illI'll Wesss-:ilwrg Willhite Wooclis X-Ullllgtlillll. Zalk Everyday moods arc rcflvctcd in faces. It7s not the building that makes a schoolg it is the people within it. ,f-"""' ., .. :AA V. -eq 1 X 'wi Hi f - ' 4 1 my 1, 72 l , Fw Co-editors: Lynnelte Hess Ioan Overgard Paula Thurow if 'K Cmzzfng fngvllzrfr is II lmffifzrzfrzff' k0f'91'1zff toffvll , 7 ff y .O h, 1 2, C, zrr IS prnhnssg 7l.'UfkI'IIg fngfflwr is szzrrvss. -lfvnry Ford Mr. Gerald Line Mr. George Rose During 1968-69. lYlurray's senior Sluclvnt Coun- c-il heeame more eflc-vtivv. ltis enthusiastir' mem- bers staged at sucvc-sslul spaglietti clinncr. znnl ilu- profits from the clinnc-r Covered tht- expenses ol hiring the T. C. Atlantivs lor the Snollfoolixi mlanm-. Other activities ol the council were the lfnitml Fund drive and thc- March of Toys. ln Devemher, Mr. George Rose. who hacl liven Student Council advisor lor 16 yours. turnvcl over his responsibilities to Mr. Gerald Line. gl 112425 - tudent Council Ufficers are Linda Dunsllfw, secretaryg AI Youngflalzl lreusurfr Cary Esboldt, vice president, Bob Trammell, president Front row: Katie Quie, Jean Lindorfer, Lois Halvor- son, Carol Wetherby, Lynnette Hess, Ruth Javk. Janice Patoile, Sandy Mikutowski. Row 2: Lynda Halverson, Ann McPherson, Emily Page, Cheryl Roan, Dave Frye, Ginny Bone, Barb Andrews, Dawn Wlieeler. Row 3: Roger Pearson, Joel Stoeckler, Tom Kelsey, Ron Smith, Steve Lindliolm. John Fos- Mark Forliti, Pete l.oeFller, Pete Stish, Mike Loeff ter, Bill Heaton. Tom Sautter. Row 4: Lee Hoven fler, Tom Johnson, John Curtiss, Tim Cliristoplierson 163' 'ff Yo Q62 Junior High Student ffounvil ofTi1-ws aw Rolalrie- Rf'Yl'1'. Sffvretaryz ,-Ulan HOIHl5If'Il. pre-sident: Libby ,IPnsf'n. treas- urerg and Tony Garvey, vivf--prosidc'r1t. ii .i V45 ' 1 I 2 ii ,, 5 ? p. F , hx if E he x Smziork I,-wznzfllv flaws and .Hike lnvjflvr march flmrn Ihr' aisle' during the fllarclz of Toys assvnzbly. , .qflllI1'IlfS ran pfvl' up llwfr .v11l11lJI1'wx fn flu- fmnlfxlnrw frmn flllIl.UfS lmis lf11IL'or.wn. Slzfflly Harris mul Chris liurrnzrs. ffm Bulgz-r. !I'!'SlIlIIl1ll. sl1m'1'I.v if in nf flw Sfzldvlzf CUIHZCI-I Sllflglllvflh rlinmfr. e ' 'Q ,fit right. Cernzan club menzfzers Carol near Bethel College. German lub German Club is one of the largest language clubs at Murray. During thc course of the year, it participated in many activities. Included in these activities was the annual Christmas caroling near Bethel College. Their meetings included guest speakers and slides. The year ended with the annual German Club canteen and pan- cake hreakfast held at lfncle Iohnis. Mr. Leroy Elsing acts as advisor, and helps the offi- cers plan the club's activities. Bill llerzton and 1,0111 Sf6ilZIlIlIlS07' erzjoj' fl'ffl'SllI7II'IlfS after C'llI'0lliILQ for Ccrnzan Club. Frr-nt Row: Pam Hokanson. Vicki Drnseh, Pat Roberts, Jackie Holmquist. Becky Svendsen. Randi Harrisville. ,lane Dalton. Anne Dalton, Lee Cutkomp. Row 2: Bill Sandberg, Mary Knolmlauch. Silva Kalnajs. l.uann lindemann. .lanice johnson. Sharon Lindemann. Mary JO Aldean. Karen Herrick. Chris Ostrem. How 3: Dehby Pew. David Christian. Chris Arver, .lan Nelson. .lohn Foster. Ann Donaldson. .lanine Neils, Roh Morin. Cynthia Hokanson. Row 4: Ron Smith, Bill Hclgeson. Steve Lindholm, Mike lroeffler, Dave Healy, Richard Batdorf, John Hanson, Thomas Kelsey, Joel Stoeckler. Front Row: l,ois Wlvlk. Mary Tlioinpson, Dianne Tull. linda Zwliriie-ist0i'. Xlartlia Halvorson, Katie Quic. Barb Dyball. Bvtty Svlnnidt. Nlnblanic llunsln-P. llow 2: l,in4la lliinslwv. Robert Sorenson. janv lkflgvr. Katln' HPlIfI'. ,lumly l.if-n. 5111- illasrlr. llainn Robins. Jana Hay:-nga, Bailna Robins, Kurt llrvlmnvix Row fi: Sanily Tlionipsoii. Suv lolinson. Stew liuiilwiispei-k. Sue Christian. Chris lfstcs. llianr- Xli-Kay. .lanv Xlillnnn. llarb lhililvn. Suv Ilopp. Nou 4: .li-ll Cinn. Kim Gugifln-ru. 'loin Miller. Ste-xc l':1'l'i-lI'flIll, lrlgn .Xi-kw. lxcn llo:-kstra, Mil-lnivl Klvliav, Bill Heaton, Arne Slnilxtad, lJcnni5 Cunningliani. i -an i als, -.I pi , ei Are I 'L' 2 W E221 i N ft' LSE German Club officers for the 1968-69 year were .lolin Hr-rlbvrg, prvsiflentg Dvbbie Bohnvn, program cliair- man: ,lolin Bulger, secretary-treasurerg Sue Good, vice-p1'esi4lvnt. Janet Pitts and Alice Threlkeld compare French bingo cards. ,f-'Ng French lub French Club, advised by Mrs. Esther Colfstein, helps interested students learn the customs and life of the French people. Meetings, held monthly, include playing French bingo and eharades. The year was highlighted by the Christmas caroling party, at which French pastries were en- joyed, and the annual banquet at the end of the year. Officers are Suzanne Estelle, program chairman: Mrs. Goflstein, advisor: Emily Page, presidentg Cindy Nelson, vice president, Chris Barrows, sec- retary, and Ginny Bone, treasurer. Front row: Lois Halverson, Marie Martinucci, Judy Martinucei, Nanette LaValla, Kathy Rowe, Sherry Anker, Ellen Thompson. Row 2: Terri Roberts, Janet Pitts, Linda Lou. Row 3: Dyanne Sheldon, Sandy Mikutowski, Lynnette Hoppe, Rochelle Anderson. Row 4:: Jan Swanson, Diana Scherhert, Candy Smith, Pat Snyder, Nancy Dahl- quist. Row 5: Ann Barthelemy, Cindy Munson. Janelle Rudditrk. Row 6: Dawn Wheelei', Michell Mangan, Jeanne Knutson. Row 7: Joanne Heille, Barbara Barrivk, Rachel Freriehs. Row 8: Helen Dagley, Carol Carlson, Terry Pfutzenreuter. Row 9: Mike Carr, David Manthey, Paul Martinucci, Tom Chelstrom, Michael Johnson. l , Spani h lub Spanish Club this year was een- tered around the adoption of a Mexi- can family for the holidays. The club collected food and toys at sehool to give to the needy family. Officers for the l968-69 year were Paula Thurow, presidentg Linda Mit- chell, Vice presidentg Connie Walters, seeretaryg Jean Berger, treasurerg and Sue Stein. program Chairman. These officers worked with Mrs. Lor- raine Conley, advisor, to plan all activities. Front Row: Connie Walte1's. Paula Thur- ow, Mrs. Conley. Susan Stein. lean Berger. Row 2: Susan xvllgilltxf, Sandy llaevlirel. Jane Wall, Pam 'llllllI'0XV. Kristine Kram- mer, Pam Hanson. Row 3: Cheryl Dahl- quist. llelmlmie Manke. Mary Bantle. lleatlu- er Sm-etland. ,lam-t Lindemann. How 4: Dora Krnzel. Kris llalllmerg, Paul Cannons, Tom Sautter, Jeri Johnson, Sally Rothman. 'W lfvfif Clzeryl Dulzlquisf and Pam. Hanson are using the language lab for their Spanish class. ,,L, 1' J f 2 .ww , A Kris llullberg and Paula Tlzurow at the Spanish Club initiation. r W .is 4 W K. ,,, 3 , , , ggi 'af W 'sf V' Q Si 9 :ef-af.. f . 1 ,,' ig ,rib , x lub The mighty Shanley art players succeeclecl this year in proclucing the Fall Festival and the All St-hool Play, along with small skits for the rluh and the school. Members of the Dra- matic Club pride lllf"I119f'lX'0S in lhe fine programs they present. which are all ilirerlml by Miss. Juclilh Shan- ley, Dramatic: Club advisor. Dramatic' Club of'fic'ers are l.vn1ia llalver son, revoriling sm-1'etary: Tom Kelsey. pres ident: Barb gXii1li'vws, Vive prvsiilm-nt: .lHv1'+ Yargo, vorrespontling secretaryg and Miss Shanley, advisor. -4 'fss-. 5 . Front row: Bcvky Svendsen, treasurer: Cora Barnes. presi1leut: Mr. Parnell. Hicliaril Bahlorf, yi:-e-president: Paula Thurow. secretary. Row 2: Janice Hayes, Sharon Linrleniann, Chris Ostrein. Silva Kalnrijs. Terri Roberts How 3: Pat Snyder, Karen Olson, Mit-liael Carr, Wayne Olson. Diana S4-herlwrt, Mary Williams. i FT FTA seeks to in- Crease Murray's stu- dents interest in the teaching profession. The group is aclvisecl by Mr. Wvilforcl Parnell and meetings are hc-ld monthly. The Pilot Long hours of hard work went into the production of The 1969 Pilot. The stall was divided into four sec- tions and each group of eo-editors was responsible lor completing their page plans and meeting the deadlines. Mr. lack Lape advised the stall. answering questions and making the final corrections on pages. Co-editors Mary Foster and Jean Berger acted as student advisors and were respon- sible for cover, theme and divisionals. - pPILOT STAFF e Co-editors ..... Jean Berger, Mary Foster Academics -- Paulette Beyer, Sheri Milburn, Ellen Thompson Underclassmen -- Gayle Comstock, Lynn Curtiss Activities ---- Lynnette Hess, ,loan Overgard, Paula Thurow Sports ...... Mary Halvorson, Bill Koenig Advertising --- Mary McTie, Mary Front row: Carol Sem a. .lean Be-rger. Mary Paulette Beyer, Ellen lTl1ompsonL Mary' Thompson Mc-Tie. Bill Koenig, Mary Thompson. Halvorson. Row 3: aye ilomstoe , . ieri Lynne Ros:-li, Mary Foster. Row 2: Paula Milburn, .loan Overgard, Lynnette Hess. 31:2 ""' I1 """"" g"4YZneBR?:ch Tlmrow, Nan:-y Dalilquist. l.ynn ffurtiss. oograp ers """ le uaer' Howard Stendahl Clll'CkI'7Lg over The Pilot account lioolrs is Nano-Y Dalzlquist, business manager. Pilot co-editors, lllary Foster and lean Berger correct page plans before the first Pilot deadline. Vy "Win, ffl, 'f-, ., 1 vw A epic-tureless' newspaper high- lighted one of this years issues of The Murcurie. The pic-tures were lost in the mail and not received hy the engraver. Following the c-uh issue in April. The 1969 Murcurie staff learned some of the meehanies of how to put a paper together. Two eo-editors were assigned to each of the four pages and were headed by editors-in-chief. Sue Stein and Steve Nason. Mr. Jaelc Lape advised the group and the paper gave an aeeurant ae- eount of things happening in and around Murray throughout the year. EDITORIAL STAFF Co-editors .... Steve Nason. Susan Stein Page One Editors ........ Mike Bulger Howard Stendahl Feature Editors .......... Denise Bailey, Martha Halvorson News Editors -- Chris Arver, Judy Kleeker Sports Editors ........... Roger Ashley, Baiba Robins Artist ................... Linda Johnson Photographers ............ Mike Bulger, Howard Stendahl Copyreader - ............. Linda Johnson Reporter .............. Mary Thompson News Bureau - .......... Debbie Dvorak, Lana Grindle, Peggy Lindstedt, Sheila McAuley. The News Bureau promotes the spaghetti dinner with a showcase display. he Wlurcuric 4,1 Front row: Carol lvetherliv. Sue Stein. llimla -l0l1'1F0V'- Row 33 ROQUJF rlFlllf'Y- Denise Bailey. ffhris Arver. Row 2: Mil-ze Baiha Roliins, Howard Ftendahl, Steve Bulger. Martha Halvorsou. .lurlv Kleeker. Nason. A tough riecision is being nmaie by ,llureurie C0-editors, Stew AYIISOIL and Sue Stein. l x AFS Club Although Murray had no foreign exvhangc- stu- dent this year, the AFS Club. advised by Mrs. Linda Lund, remained an active organization. The group sought to make foreign students attending Murray feel at home. To finance the trip of future AFS students. the club worked to raise money at the annual AFS barbeque and on Penny Wednesdays. ai H-Aff! in I d r , J .,1, , LV ,r,k Lirizi MBENEHI BARBECUE .wa U59 High School MS 'rl efsrr eeri lvaerh , h ...r, mm' and Unlllrflilelhy piiggfe if 59531 ro - tr,: t:r..., . t. y,.tl Senior Joel Stoeckeler serves food at AFS barbeque on July 4th FV VT? ,,.,., H-I Front row: Pat Snyder, secretary, Diana Scherbert, president, Mary Williams, treasurer. Row 2: Terri Roberts, Pat Roberts, Silva Kalnajs, Heather Sweet- land. Anne Dalton. Row 3: Susan Glazer, Paula Thurow, Susan Stein, Pam Hanson, Baiba Robins, Sue Johnson. Row 4: Barbara Ruddick, loan Overgard, Ginny Bone, Daina Robins, Sheila MeAuley, Kathy Aldean. Row 5: Cindy Nelson, Dianne Halverson, Steve Nason, Lynda Halverson, Greg Oien, Lynne Rosch. , l O O 1 Proj eotion and Stage The projection and stage crews are two forces which greatly aid the classes and organizations at Murray. They have the experience, interest, and initia- tive to work behind the scenes with the microphones. props, lights, and projectors. The stage crew. advised by Mr. Wvilliam San- chez, are on duty during all assemblies and dra- matic productions. Besides this. they spend many hours after school and in the evenings making preparations and keeping the equipment clean and ready for use. The projection crew. advised by Mr. Clarence Fulmek. is in charge of all projectors. hlms. tape recorders. and record players at Murray. Each member is assigned to a different hour so that the equipment is available at all times. Stage Crew: Jefl' Hockbein. Hr. Sanchez. Donald Zerrien, Mike Sheldon, Larry Rauch, Ken Ulrikson. Hare Mayne. William Hill. Barry Landon. .lim Corbett. Tom 'l'rudcau Projection Crew: Alan Christofk. Nate Larson. Mr. l'llllIIlPl'i Paul Cannons, Michael Siminon, Tom Runyan. s x M... 1, mag? , 5 K 'N i , . -'F'J'::. L A' X , J -- E5 .. . ' Q ' , ,, o if - .1. .,,. - i ' "Q ' 1 if "' .5 "sei, Q-it e 85 hoir An annual Christmas concert, the spring oper- etta, Brigadoon, and a city-wide concert were just a few' of the many activities of Murrayis A Chorus. Miss Marjorie llusch, music director, also directed the seventh and eighth grade Junior Choir and the B Chorus, which sang at the Christmas and spring concerts. ln the fall. eight members of the Choir were chosen to form the Octet. Emily Page, Chris Hall- berg, David hlanthey, and John Bulger were chosen as the group's alternates. At left, Octet members are Lynda Warrliter, Kay Campion, sopranosz Jane Milham, Nancy Heaton, altos: Grant Fri- berg, Cary Olson, tenorsg and Mike Bulger, Nathan Thomp- son, basses. Front Ron: Lois Wlelk, Linda Zechmeister, Diane Tuff. Joyce Varggo, Lisa Rygg, Shawn Mischuk, Lynnette Hess, Chris Ostrem, Debbie Bohnen. Lois Halverson, Janet Pitts. Row 2: Sandy Miku- towski, Sharon Lindemann, Lynette Hoppe, Janice Jolmson, Jerri Johnson, Lynda Wachter, Randi Harrisville, ,lane Holger, John Bulger, Mickey Ludwig, Cary Olson. Row 3: Jeannie Tohin, Ginny Bone, Cindy Nelson, Cindy Holcanson, Janet Swanson, Baiba Robins, JoNell Nielson, John Morlock, Bob Trammell, Scott Blanck, Allan Holmsten. Row 4: Kay Campion, Nancy Heaton, Mary Jo Aldean, Kathy Meyer, Rebecca Lindgren, Diane McKay, Joanne Heille, Chris Estes, Mike Barnes, Steve Mitton, Nathan Thompson, John Isakson. A junior choir. composed of seventh and eighth graders, sings at the annual Clzrislnzas concert. Front Row: Silva Kalnajs. Kathy Threlkeld. Linda llunshee. Anne Dalton, Pam Hokanson. Melanie Dunshee. Barh Dyhall. Alive Threlkeld. Martha Halyorson. Boxanne Christian. Bow 2: David Nlanthey. Randy Cronquist. Stew- Xlanthey. .lulie Bauman. Mary Knoblaueh. Chris Bulger, Nam-y Dahlquist, Pat Snyder. llehhie DeNut'4-i, Kathy Heuer, Darlene Nelson, Mary Halvorson. Row 3: Miss .llarjorie Ruselz Jirecls ilu' choir as llll?-Q .Sing fha Uulleflzzjalz Chorus. Boger Pearson. Steve Lindhohn. .lohu Traininell. Hike Bulger. Chris Arver, Emily Page, lieslie ,lvnsc-n. Cheryl Roan. Karen Mer- rick. llaina Rohins. Chris llalherg. Ron 4: Allan Sliulstad. John Ciurtiss. Don Benson. Grant l"rihergl. JXIIIN' llomlziltlson. Heidi Gieseke, Kathy Kortesmaki, Carol Carlson, Mary N1eTie. Rosie Amlotte, Karen Olson, Jane Milhum. r ME M Front Row: Janine Neils, Lisa Watson. Diana Sc-herlmert, Becky Svendsen, Debby Pew, Kim Slluster, Ali- son Henning, .lacliie Holmquist. Barb l"eickr-rt, Suv Christian. Sue Glaser, ,lanet Wlilliams, Sue Good. Row 2: Rick Young, Carla lfidsness, Sharon lolinson, Russell Jacky. 'l'om Barnes, ,lane Dalton, Allen Rosier, Paula Tllurow, ffliarles Sagert. Vllarrl llavies. l'aul Steinliaiiser, Allan Olson, Roi-lic-lle Anderson, Bill Gall, Mary Jackson. Row 3: Jane Rothman, I.:-in-ite Si-liultz, Donna Hoelsr-lier. Marlene Peterson. .loan Larson, Cora Barnes, Kim Gugisberg, Warren Sundstrom, Tom Thompson, Dehl Gallagher, Bill Heaton, Mr. Burns, Paul Healy, Dan Olson, Dick Trapp, Ray Kaufmann. Band Senior Band members under the direction of Mr. Alton Burns, played at football, hockey and basketball games, pep assemblies and sport clinics. On Memorial Day the band played for the program at St. Anthony Park Elementary School and marched lor services at Elmhurst Cemetery. They participated in the school police parade and played at the Veteran's Hospital in St. Cloud. sw'-" Rf' '511 ' Band officers are Diana Scherbert, vice presidentg Kim Gugisberg, treasurer: Sue Good, presidentg Sue Glaser, secretary. 'WJ' 55' -if' ' Q-- Lftzii Direclor Alton Burns leads Zlle Senior Bancl at the Christmas concert. Cora Barnes and Kim Cugislnerg fake time to rest at llze annanl band Clzrislmas concert. 2 Mr. Burns directs the band during halftime at 7,1 111 the Homecoming game. .J ..-.. Mary Jackson, Alison Henning, Rosie Swanson, Cinzly Barnes. Jackie Holmquisf, and returning pom pom girls, Carol Lewandowski and Kathy July, cheer at the Homecoming game. y i a mf. .1 'A Front row: ,loyee Vargo, Sandy Mikutowski, Kathy Threlkeld, Kim Sliuster, Sue Leslie, Janet Keller, .lean Lindorfer, Anne Dalton. Chris Ostrem, Betty Schmidt, Susan Wagner, Miss Valker Row 2: Heather Sweetland, Silva Kalnajs, Sue Glaser, Mary Bantle, Chris Bulger, Julie Bauman. Kris Hallberg, Janice Johnson. ,lane Delger, Janelle Ruddiek, Pat Snyder, Suzanne Estelle. Row 3: Dawn Wheeler, Jean Berger, Cindy Nelson, ,lan Swanson, Mary Jo Aldean, Baiba Robins, Sue Hopp, Joan Overgard, Daina Robins, ,lane Rothman, Ginny Bone. Row 4: Ann Wagenaar, Jefl Ginn, David Manthey, Jeff Noble, Rick Johnson, Michael Carr, Donald Brasted, Ray Kaufmann, Anne Wheeler, Janine Neils, Tom Sautter, Dianne Halverson. Senior Diana Scherbert stamps the due date on a book as part of her duties in the library. ibrar Club y The Library Club, advised by Miss Carol Valker, helps to pro- vide students with a pleasant atmosphere for research and study. The club's activities included a trip to the Guthrie Theatre, the 'Book Week Tea, and the annual 'Pin Banquetf These activities were supported by the sale of Christmas cards and wrappings. Pictured below are the Library Club Officers. Nathan Thomp- son, lst vice-presidentg Jeff Haslen, sargeant-at-armsg Diane McKay, program chairmang Diana Scherbert, recording secretaryg Martha Halvorson, 2nd vice-president, Nancy Heaton, corresponding secre- taryg Mike Bulger, presidentg and Jane Milham, treasurer. GAA GAA is advised by Mrs. Ruth Zink and Miss Patricia Lightbourn. It gives girls in grades 9-12 a chance to participate in athletic events. GAA sportheads are chosen at the end of their sophomore year. They organize the activities and 13 sports for the year, including Home- coming, the Thing, clinics and playdays. At an assembly held in the spring, awards are given to the winning teams of GAA sports, and the new sportheads and officers are named for the coming year. GAA letters are given to those girls who have earned 1000 points. After a girl has earned 1500 points, she is entitled to her all-city award. Those earning letters this year were Kathy Aldean, Dianne Halverson, Nancy Heaton and Paula Thurow. Pictured below are this year's CAA officers: Front row: Dianne Halverson, vice-president: Paula Thurow, recording secretary. Row 2: Kathy Aldean, presidentg Barb Andrews, treasurer: Janine Neils, corresponding secretary. 9 ,mf Sportheads for this year are: Front Row: Jeri Johnson, softball: Kathy Kortesmaki, Bowling: Ann Wagenaar. tennis. Row 2: Debbie Bohnen, soccer: Mary Knoblauch, volleyball: Chris Ostrem, winter sports: Jane Delger, ping pong. Row 3: Jeannie Tobin, archery: Julie Bauman, swimming: Judy Lien, basketball: Lisa Rygg, gymnastics: Mary Jo Aldean, bicycling: Janice Johnson, horseback riding. Melanie Dunshee, ,lan Swanson and Kathy Aldean play a rousing CAA basketball game. fb Q 9 GM' Club is composed of deserving Murray athletes who have been awarded letters for participation in the various sports. This year's club provided a concession stand at all home basketball games and wrestling meets. ln February, GM' Club sponsored a pancake breakfast in the school cafeteria Front row: Douglas Finlay, Tim Broderick, Steve Daubenspeck, David Ginn, Bruce Dahlquist, Dave Finlay. Row 2: Bill Heaton, Ken Hoekstra, Russ Lien. Chris Boyle, Tom Lonetti, Kim Gugis- berg, Donald Ott. Bow 3: Dennis Figg, Jim Hayenga, Tom Miller, William Kroona, John Kellogg, Paul Christopherson, Tom Gerst. Row 4: Lee Hoven, Terry Gar- vey, Duane Wetherby, Steve Berry, Dennis Hanson, Pete Stish, John Curtiss. - .srsisal Front row: James Hunt, Peter Bergeson, Bob Karinen, Roger Cheatham, John Foster. Row 2: Tom YVandmaeher, Mark Forliti. Ben Nelson, Ron Smith, Bill Ofiialley, .loel Stoeekeler. Row 3: Glenn Nelson, Tony Baran, Donald Brasted, Grant Friherg, John Hedberg, Howard Sten- dahl. Row 4: Tom Johnson, Glen Strandquist. Paul Alfonse. Tom Spooner, Don Benson, Lewis Lambert. Row 5: Roger Ashley, Dan White, Mike Loef- fler, Dave Healy, Dennis Skil- dum, Nathan Thompson, Tim Christopher. lub for Nlurray students. For the first time, the annual awards banquet in May was held in the Murray gym and was open to all students. 0Ffic'er's of this year's club were Tom Johnson, presi- dent, Glen Strandquist, treasurer, and John Foster, secre- tary. TW Club is advised by Mr. Ronald Causton. l 4 Front row: Terry Pfutzen- reuter, Nancy Glaser, Debbie Bordsen, Joyce Schreifels, Andrea Oien, Lorna Rupp, Janet Dunwald, Mary Under- hill, Michaele Lunseth. Row 2: Nancy Carr, Dawn Wheel- er, Mary Knutson, Sylvia Ash- ley, Lisa Bienhoff, Rita Hagen, Pam Thurow, Bonnie Griffin. Row 3: Julie Bauman, Nancy Stish, Joan Larson, Robbie Beyer, Rochelle Anderson, Joanne Heille, Mary Jackson. Row 4: Debbie Anderson, Janet Williams, Cora Barnes, Kris Hoekstra, Rosy Swanson, Lisa Watson, Jan Swanson, Ann Wagenaar. Aquatic Lea ue Ability divided this year's Aquatic League into Groups and Lisa Watson, S0l0iSt SCI'VCd HS the flrlgleadel' l and ll. Advised by Mrs. Ruth Zink and Miss Patricia Officers ofthe Aquatic League were Jan Swanson presi Lightbourn, the girls practiced once a week in preparation dentg Cora Barnes, vice president, Debbie Anderson treas for their spring show. This yearis show had a circus theme urerg and Mary Jackson S6CI'6iary Members of the Aquatic League perform a group stunt during last spriugis show, 'Night Ll e Co-editors: Lynette Hess Joan Overgard Paula Thurow I V ll is pvoplv 111111 rnzuzf. You musf pu! yoursvlf info pffoplcg 111 1'-1' fouclz oflzwrs: lfzwsv. Otfzvrs. and 50 you go on zvorkfng for oflzvrs formxer. 'Ilia' FFWPIIIIIIL Pafnzvr Prom 1963 The beauty of New Orleans was recreated with hanging baskets ol flowers, deeorative grillwork, and a colorful fountain at the 1968 Junior-Senior Prom. :Trench Quarterf' The prom was held May 10, at the North Star Ballroom, on the St. Paul campus. The prom co-chairmen were Steve Lindholm and Mary Foster. Committee chairmen were, decorations, Dennis Stech and Ann Daltong entertainment, Bon Smithg hospitality, Mike Bulger and Joan Uvergardg invitations, Con- nie Waltersg publicity, Jean Berger and Linda Zechmeisterg and refreshments, Barh An- drews. The eo-chairmen worked with their committees and the junior class advisor. Mrs. Patricia Vlfydella, to make it a night to remember. Members of the sophomore class served as hosts and hostesses. The hosts were Steve Berry, Jan Lou, John Schroder, and Al Youngdahl. Cinny Bone, Silva Kalnajs, Chris Ostrem, and Kathy Thompson were hoslesses. Music for the evening was provided hy the Black Watch Patrol. Dennis Stech puts finishing touches on decorations. Checking Ihr' gurls! lisl are Stew Berry, Kathy Thompson, John Schroder and Al Youngdahl. gk l . ' ,355 ' A Nadia Kllvnov arrarzgvs ccnlerpiecc for Sidczvalk Cafe Hoslvss Kathy Tlzompson checks out a coal to Martha Ualuor- SOIL and Tom IVUILKIIIIZVCICIICF. fa 19 I r if N. 'f' . X Lvl if Prom goers lake lime out from dancing to eat, drink and be merry. , Tom 3I1Cj'iEmilY h Home 'md Join 3' 'v I 3: 'Q ', g li? aus 'Q 4 Lil- gl QI Bob and Linda . 9 I i ' A - Q 'Ui .... 1,,A VV if Y illfgtu i ' eerie Y "' wftfaix 1 , W I 4 --N ..... 5 .Arm -2 avg ,.,, 5, CW'-EUS Q Q-riffs ,F easy 1, QQ is -S kay sf' W .- 3 iggs-?"?"5 f XX fy K f W,-.Ea .Rs-f ' :sf J. 1 2 E 3 A Joel Stoecklcr entertains at Coronation llSS6'IlLbIy. ri Tvrry Carrey announces u'z'nnc'r of Beat Control Contest. Homecomin Rogcfr xfshlcfy and Dau' fincfcrson work on Utlllllllltgll posters. The week ol' October 1 was fillt-ti with the c-xcitinvnl of Homecoming 1968. The wvvkis avtivities werv higliliglited by . . . two nights of 1-ariipaigniilgr . . . var pamtivs through Como Park and around Nlurray Fivltl . . . the queen Candi- datvs and their managers . . . Linda Dnnshve and Hob Heivhowg JoNt-il Xeilsen and Tom Kt-lsey: Joan Owrgaid and Howie Stenclahlg Emily Page and Tom Johnson . . . Quet-n Mary Haivorson and inaiiagvr Rick Bomner . . . tht- foothall game . . . thc danve . . . Mark Pmartlett anti Denise Bailey and their pct pink rabbits . . . Took It To Aifm Pilots . . . Pilots never say die. ,Aw it , " x t ti' if ,z s - J Q., " in ggi, 5 fs 4 3 T-:fr P. Q L' if -an L, gow :,t 7 to,titt ,ttt,, , to L ,J . ...Z , . 5 25. Exif Q12 O I s . s King Ron Queen Lynda Princess Mary f? King Mark Prince Mel S1109 Foolin' 1969 Sno' Foolin' activities were climaxcd by the Coronation of Lynda Halverson as Sno' Foolin, Queen, and Mark Forliti and Ron Smith as Kings. A tie election resulted in the selection of two kings, breaking an old tradition at Murray. In a separate assembly, the newly crowned sen- ior high royalty crowned Mary Blue as Princess and Mel Smith as Prince. Sliding, skating, and broomball activities took place at College Park and Murray Field. The rivalry between the grades was released in the spirited broomball games and the juniors proved their forcefulness by winning the Championship. For the first time at Murray, a dance was held on a Saturday night. Students danced to the music provided by the T. C. Atlantic and brought the wcckls lun to a happy end. Fairy princess, Ioan Overgard, sings as the king,s son, Tony Baran, awaits the arrival of the snow fairies during a skit in the cororialion assembly. 1 - V a o a 'eff ii? if .4 "if if , if f 3 XV.z X t, ffl , kv' Seniors Coyle Comstock and Tim Cfzrisloplzerson f r , 1 ., . baffle il out during co-ed broomball game. X' f 2, 'lb 5 Representing tin- freshman 1-lass as princess and prince candidates are front row: r ,lancft Lindemann. Kris Hoekstra. Robbie Bever, Bonnie Beatson. How 2: Mark J Knoblaiivli, Cary Gerst, Kent laulson, Dale Paulson. H i I E L Queen and king candidates nominated by the senior vlass are front row: Sue Hopp. Chris Cnttormsonr Mary Foster, Nancy Dahlqnist, Lynn Cnrtiss, Nadia Alenov. Row 2: Torn Johnson, lion Benson, Holi Truminvll, Joe Mc-l.f'an, Tom Spooner. amz an 4 arion I'll"'ll"1' in a rcnff II II fl 11 U b l W 1 fi 'zrous on flu' foollariflgv. ' l'r0fvssor llill tells lUflff'l'llIlS of llis SCIIPITZO Tlm l0ll'llIlS await flu' arrival of flze Wells Fargo Wagon. Q usic an' ixIPI'l'flllLll Vivilsoifs Broaclxsay musivul. T110 illusic Allan. was Pl't'SF'Illl'il liy M111'1'a1yis S1-nior Choir April 18-19. 1968. Suv Ne-lson. se-nior, acvompuiiiml lliv Cust on Ilia: piano. Thi- musival was clir1-r'tewl'lJy Miss llnrjoric lluscli. Choir rlirvclor. with C'llOI't'0gl'i1' plly lay Miss Jurlitli Shanlvy. rlruniulir-s team'hPi'. Sluflcnl clirvctor was Senior janet Harlwivk. Tho lXll11'I'1If' High Svhool auflitorium nas more tllilll lull. unfl mira chairs nero set up in the aisle-S to aworrirrioflalte vveryorm. The- vast r0- cw-iwrl ll slzmcling oxulion at llir- e-nfl of lhv per- fOI'Il1illIl't'. T110 ,llusic .llun was il lolul slim-H-ss. CAST Professor Harold Hill ........-.-- B05 Blalwk Marion Peru ................ Gay Cronquist Mrs, Peru ,,,,,-...,,.... -- Wendy Fre-richs Nlafqellllg -----,-,,,,-,,,q- Thorstenson llavgr Shinn -,.,............ Pfllll Bl6l1h0H Mrg. Shinn ................... Leslie BHUFI' Dave Merrill Jim Bates Mike Bulger John Snell Barbershop Quartet .......... - . ui. -0' i f' .l1rs. Elllllllii' illizzclwrlxlzfa' Slllillll. X Windemere Hightower, the villian You all right pale face?,' p5 VX' ll-School Pla Murray students were entertained in true melodra- matic style at the Dramatic Club's presentation of Her- bert E. Swaynes, '4The Curse of an Aching Hearty or Trapped in the Spider's Webli' Two performances were held on February 27 and 28, and at each production the audience participated by responding to the entrances of the villian and hero with hisses and cheers. The setting of the story was in the gay 9O,s and staged 'csomewhere in the southwest" at the g'None-Such" ranch. Melody Lane came face to face with the contemp- tuous villian and was handily save by Lucius Goodenough. Miss Judith Shanley directed the play and Tom Tru- deau was student director. Music accompaniment was provided by Kim Gugisberg and Lisa Watson. I t Cast Melody Lane ........... Lucius Goodenough ..... - --- Nadia ---..- Tom Kelsey Windermere Hightower .... ..-- Ken Ulrickson I Hiram Abernathy ,...... Sarah Abernathy ..... Aurelia Abernathy .... Red Wing ......... , Battle Axe Annie ..-- Nellie Bythe ...,.. Muriel Atkins ....... Aloysius Abernathy --- --- Bill Sandberg --- Cora Barnes ----- Baiba Robins -..-..- Sue Rudie Barbara Andrews, -- Daina Robins - David Manthey 2 2 1 at V X. tal, E'.. F Q R. 5 K ,,,L' - P t to 5ji'f:s:.- TS M isa., 2 to , , .4 A if e 1, E 5 H 59' 1 --meek-rw. Loree Fehrmans -'1 Hiram Abernathy forgets his troubles and takes it easy. We s 3 gl "You havenft got a chance with Windemere Hightowerll' nH0u' I have always longed for a place like this home lof' CONN? CD Nadia Linda Baiba Lois Mary Lynn Joan S UC . Above cflreerleaders jump together as llzey S,l0llf Tfum Fzglzl .45 righl facing up slmlvs 1Il'I'Zl'PPlZ per1'0a'x are .4 squad flzzer leaders Sue llopp, foan Uvergard, liailm Robins and linda Dunslzee. Cheerleaders To IL Murray girls promoting school spirit was often a part of them seven days a week. The hours spent brought good times and exciting moments that they would never want to have changed. A squad cheerleaders Nadia Alenov. Lynn Curtiss, Linda Dunshee. Lois Halvorson, Mary Halvorson, Sue Hopp, Joan Overgard-captain, and Baiba Robins found that they were doing more than just leading the crowds at sports events. To these girls, cheerleading meant going to two or three games a day. decorating the glass corridor at six in the morning, willpower, baking cakes, slumber parties, happiness at a victory, tears at defeat. but most of all pride in the Pilots and in Murray. Captained by Jana Hayenga, the B squad cheerleaders provided spirit for the junior var- sity teams. The girls were never lacking in enthu- siasm and often cheered to empty bleachers and stood with cold feet while encouraging their teams to fight. The experience they gained from B squad will help them in the future on the varsity squad. B-Squad cheerleaders are, Katie Quie. Melanie Dunshee, Vicki Druscll, Barb Dyball, Jane Dalton, .lana Hayenga. Co-editors Mary Halvorson Bill Koenig viii , :asv - 3 lflk If 1, Y q wwf II grew! r1fl1'n1pl.x if fx gIIIf'I'0llS f'l'f'I1 in fail. -Cassius f.m1g1'lzu5 A Track Led by city champion discus thrower, Doug Andersong and high ranking half mile sprinter, Pete Hakensong lVlurray's 1968 track team sprinted a 3-2 conference season. Coached by Mr. Vern Peterson, the team was victorious over Humboldt, Monroe, and Mechanic Arts, but fell to defeat under Harding and peren- nial city champion, Central. Pilot place winners in the city meet were Senior Doug Anderson, first in discus throwing, Senior Front Row: Manager Scott Anderson, Steve Daubenspeck, John Kellogg, John Foster. Row 2: Coach Vern Peterson, Jim Hayenga, Glenn Nelson, John Curtiss, Roger Ashley, Doug Anderson, Pete Hakenson, Greg Brun- nette, B-Coach Frank Gruber. -e,, Murray 29 ............. Harding 80 Murray 60 ........... Humboldt 56 Murray 72 ............. Monroe 4,5 Murray 69 .... ,,-.. Mechanic 30 Murray 241 .... 444444 ..... 'Centiily 94 Pete Hakenson, third in half mile rung and Junior Roger Ashley, fifth in the mile run. The mile relay team placed fifth. Although not quite making it to city, Sophomore John Curtiss ran an outstanding season in the 4140. Ai right, Doug Anderson practices throwing the shotput at Murray field. Below, resting before entering competition are Glenn Nelson, Lewis Larn- berl and John Curtiss. B Track Abote, David Clander practices hurling the discus at Murray field. Al right, Charles Wallace leaps over the high bar. Front row: Craig Esboldt, Roy Magnuson, Tim Broderick, Don Ott, John Coffey, Dan Davis, Grant Plumley, Manager Scott Anderson. Row 2: Dave Spidahl, Dave Glan- der, Bill Schneider, Dave Anderson, Rod Sessing, Duane Wetherby, Pete Loeffler, Charles Wallace, Kurt Krey, Paul Martinucci, Coach Frank Gruber. ln the first three conference meets of the season the li-squad track team ran combined meets with the A-squad. They ran the last two meets of the season on their own. defeating Mechanic Arts, 58-56, but losing to Central 53-614. Out of the seventeen members on the team. six boys qualified for city competition: David Anderson, John Colley, Craig Esboldt. David Spidahl, Duane Yvetherlmy. and David Clander. Four of these boys placed in the city meet: Craig ljsholdt. 7th in mileg John Coffey, lth in 110g David Anderson with in 880g and David Clander 2nd in discus, lrth in high jump and 5th in shotput. Right, Juniors Bob Trammell and Ron Smith polishing their shots during a prac- tice. - ll' I x ij Y, fy, s pllxfls ' ' K 'im n CONFERENCE MEETS Murray 2 ......... Highland Park 3 Murrayl ............... Johnson 41 Murray 2 .............. Harding 3 Murray 5 ......... Mechanic Arts 0 Murray 3 ............... Monroe 0 Murray 4- ............... Central 1 Murray 5 ............ Washington 0 5 Murray Humboldt 0 Tennis q:: First year Coach George Goodwin guided the pilot nelment to a 5-3 con- ference record, good for fourth place. Juniors Bob Trammell and Bon Smith progressed to the semi-final doubles match in regional play. Other top play- ers were Seniors Tim Thorstenson. Boh Shoffner, Greg Giefor. Mark Stein- hauser, Charles Workman and Larry Johnston. Front row: Boh Tram- mell, Charles Work- man, Larry Johnston, Tim Thorstenson, Pete Stish, Ron Smith, Bob Shollner, Greg Giefer. Row 2: Coach George Goodwin, Paul Stein- 1 hauser, Paul Bauer, Mike Barnes, Jim Mer- rill, Tom Sautter, Mark Snyder. ii Q, at Experience and know-how made up for the lack of participants in Murrayis 1968 golf team. Led by captain John Christenson and coached by Mr. Clar- ence Fulmek, the golf team finished the year with a 3-5 conference record. Senior John Christenson, top scorer on the team, qualified for the district meet but missed entering region compe- tition by one stroke. Junior Howard Stendahl was the second highest scorer on the team, while sophomores Nick Novak and Billy Heaton came in third and fourth respectively. J ' CONFERENCE MEETS Murray Byg ---..-s- Washington 935 Murray Syg ....... ,Humboldt 995 Murray 21,5 -..t-...Q'--gg Ji3hnson'i157Zg Murray 1723 --o-- Mechanic Arts r1,i1 Murray 4 --y ....... Hardingilll Murray 15 it -.Q-...l---L Monroeti 3' Murray M3 ...r.. High1andyPurk,g,12Q, Murray 11 ...... 4- Central 7 g Left, Tim Christopherson and right, Howard Stendahl prac- tice their golf swing outside of M array. 1 Golf Front Row: Coach Clarence Fulmek, Tim Christopherson, Paul Christ- opherson, Tom Lonetti, John Christenson. Row 2: Bill Heaton, Nick Novak, George Dustin, Tom Smith. Baseball Above, Svnior Brucf' Wcllmrby qzwncfzvs his thirst after a hot game. Lml hy Svnior Captain Jim llatvs. the Pilots iinishvfl a tight 1-onfm-rem-t' iight in a HW way tim- for thircl llldffll. Junior Tom Johnson led thnx twain with a batting avr-rage of .I-394. Prospvrts for next year look good with sown of the nine starters returning. M H CONFERENCE GAMES Murray on .............. Harding 3 Murray 21 ........ Mechanic Arts 0 Murray 11 .............. Monroe 1 Murray lt ............ Humboldt 41 Murray 3, .......... Washington 0 Murray 2 .............. Johnson 3 Murray 0 .............. Central 8 Murray 2 ........ Highland Park 1 l"ront row: lllaiiugcr Stun- llvreiis. l,Lllllv'Xli-0IlSl'. .lini WHllllHlLlf'll4'l'. Toni jolmson. Cary Olson. Ilan Bates, Cary lfwholtlt, Al loungiluhl, lil'll4'l' Vu-tllfrlny. loin Manager Kim Gugishvrg, fioarh Roh:-rt liitlvr. Spooner. Row 2: Nathan 'l'homp:4on. ,Iohn ll:-mllwrg. Tom 21 ,Q ,M 'ww f 1 --.,,1-Q.-.ggi- P9 .'s .ff-1' ,w f3kQg1:4LA,,'-,xt - -4- 1.-ani ,"". Yi." . , L'- -"' A 1, A :f+'64fff'--gm gl.,-1 Lulgt.. .-0 6,-'ii ....l, --.. f1b1n'e. C0111'l1 Rillwr porzdvrs 1111, 1111161111111 of ll QIIITIP, 3010111 P11111 Alfolzse llffI'IIlIJfS ll 51111011511 1111111 11g11i11s! U7IlS1liII:QfOll ,f',, ,f I , .. - ". '.. 5 V- '-"fg,-.-- 'iff -Q-'- sh pll1111'1'. 171111 l'1111I.w1f11 Il'I'lIt1.S 11,1 fnr KI pil1'l1 in Il gtlllll' 111 JIIIITIIYY ffwhl. l31fl1111'. T11111 f11l111.w1z nffwrs 1'1z1'11z1r11g1'1nP1zf from flu' Iwlzclz. +--rf ', .k,,qn6v1. , , Y ,, " " 1- 1- ' ,' , F 1' ,5....,G,. f,:.'.:.:1a.. 1 - X Xlbnzw. Junior Clan, SfI'IllLdqIll5f awaits ll pitch from Tom, fofznson. CONFERENCE GAMES MUFTHY 3 ------. ..--... H arding 7 .Murray 111 ........ Mechanic Arts 3 MUFTUY H' ----....... --- Monroe 1 Murray 4- -----.... --- Humboldt 2 2 Murray 0 ---g...... - Washington Murray 3 ----........ -- Johnson 2 MUITHY 12 -----...-.... - Central 2 Murray 0 ........ Highland Park 1 Finishing the year with a 5-F3 rc-cord with 3 other toams, the ll-squad was alilc lo rapture a tic for 2nd place. Losing the last game lo Highland Park liy a svorv ol 1-0. thi- young lialmen lost the 1-hanvc for a solid hold on sm-Cond place. Playing consistently all year were Sophomores Russ Lien, Marc' Bartlett. Rogor Pr-arson and Freshman ,lohn Trammell. Front row: Bill Kroonu, Mirky laidwig. 'llerry Garvey, Marc Burt- l"osls'r. Russ Lion. How 3: Greg Alfonse, l'at1Mc'N66ly rm lett, Ilan Clark, Roger Pearson. Row 2: Coach Ronald flanston. Maroney, Dare Lindstrorn. llalc- PEllllS0Ua Todd UHUSS Ric-k Milli-r. Svott ffnrliss, .l0llIl Trammell. George Kunz, Hon I ,i 1:7 , 'fi lr V , .tux wr .2. B Football Upper right, Coaches John Moynagh and Leonard Brzin- ski. Lower right, Co-captains Dan Evans and Nick Novak. Below, the B-Bombers, defense just completed halting an- other Mechanics play to help wrap up a 24-0 victory. 'inf ii""' CONFERENCE GAMES Murray 13 ........... Humboldt 13 Murray 12 ..... ,- ......, Monroe 6 W Murray 241 ....... Mechanic Arts 0 Murray' 19 ............, Central 6 . - v. J J , . Murray 19 ............. Johnson 6 , ' U - V t 1 1 ,i Murray 19 ....... Highland Park 0 V ' 'X 5 4, ' MUITHY 0 ............ Harding 19 in V, E- . y Murray 25 ......... Washington 7 , ,Q .mmm 4 Coached by John Moynagh and Leonard Brzinski, and led by Co-captains Dan Evans and Nick Novak. Murray finished city competition with a 6-1-1 record, tying for the city title with Harding and Central. The highlight of the Pilots' season was ending Centralis 39 game winning streak by defeating them 19-6. Front row: Paul Halvorson, Dean Hanson, Steve Gosliey. Robert Slettom, Dan Davis, Roy Magnuson, Kent Paulson, Mark Knohlauch, Mel Smith, Richard Jensen, Robb Lageson, Jim Coffey. Row 2: Rick Young, Kurt Grebner, Steve Kloek, Dave Finlay, Dan Novak, .lim MCC-overn, Jack Coffey, Todd Curtiss, Bob Morin, Dan Evans, Ron Dan Evans and John Trammell both were outstanding in carrying the ballg and Greg Oicn. Yvaltcr Johnson. and Nick Novak were outstanding players on defense. Quarter- back Scott Curtiss did an exceptional job handling the team. Coach John Moynagh stated, G4We were a small team but we hit hard. If they play with the same enthusiasm in the future, we should capture a title for Murrayfi Foster, Pat Boemer, Joe Engstrom, Mark Anderson, Steve McGovern. Bill Pew. Row 3: ,lim Bauer, Bruce Bisbee, Dave Glander, Dale Paulson, Dave Lindstrom, llan Brunnette, Ron Bentley, Paul Healy, Walter Johnson, Pete Mclie, Dan Knudson, Scott Curtiss, John Tram- mell, Nick Novak, Greg Oien, Greg Mitton, Dave Mclntyre, Manager Pat Larson. ,dw f"""'27 M5 X Front row: Lewis Lambert, Glen Strandquist, Donald Kloek, Greg Christopherson. Warren Nelson, Manager Bill Heaton. Row 3: Coach Johnson, Jim Hoska, Rick Ash, Don Simbeck, Joe McLean, John Robert Ritter, Don Benson, John Hedberg. John Curtiss, Tim Christ- Nace, Ben Nelson. Row 2: Manager Kim Cugisberg, Bill Schneider, opherson, Dennis Hanson, Dennis Skildum. Duane Wletherhy, Nathan Bill Kroona, Dennis Figg, John Schroeder, Ron Smith, Lee Hoven, Thompson, Terry Garvey, Mike Connolly, John Xvagner, Coach John Al Youngdahl, Tom Spooner, Mark Forliti, Dick Coffman, Peter Pearson. A Football lnjuries plagued Murrayls 1968 football team. The Pilots finished the season in 7th place with a 2-6 conference record. Mr. Bobert Bitter and Mr. John Pearson coached the team with Seniors Mark Forliti and Bon Smith co-captains. The Pilots opened their season against Humboldt scoring three touchdowns by half-backs John Curtiss and Ben Nelson. and Quar- terback Tom Spooner. The Pilots couldnlt hold back Humboldfs determined offense and were topped by a final score of -16-2l. Murray charged back with two successive victories. They downed Monroe 23-l2. Half-back Ben Nelson ran for three touch- downs with John Curtiss running for the fourth. Buss Lien kicked the extra points. Murray then shut-out Mechanics 27-0. A solid defense combined with bard running Ben Nelson and John Curtiss and Buss Lienls three extra point kicks brought on this victory. The rest of the season was disappointing for the Pilots. The Homecoming game was lost to Central. and the Pilots lost the rest of their games to Johnson, Washingtori, Highland Park and Harding. Ron Smith, co-captain. and Center Nathan Thompson. both finished the season after the Mechanics game. Bon was out be- cause of an ankle injury and Nathan because of illness. Quarter- back Tom Spooner missed the last game after being injured in a car accident. Junior Al Youngdahl was honored by being named to the All-City team. Tom Spooner, Russ Lien, Mark Forliti and Ben Nelson received honorable mention from the St. Paul Pioneer Press. CONFERENCE GAMES Murray 21 ........... Humboldt 446 Murray 26 --- ........ Monroe 12 Murray 27 ....... Mechanic Arts O 0 Murray ............. Central 56 Murray 0 ............. Johnson 32 Murray 7 ......... Washingtoii 26 Murray 6 ....... Highland Park 32 Murray 7 ,...,....... Harding 33 Above, Mark Forliti and Ron. Smith the Pilots' 1968 co-captains. Left, Quarterback Tom Spooner calls signals as Pilot Linemen prepare to charge into Mechanics players. .Qx 4 'P' 1 gm f Xpmg 1115? ,4fmz'1'. Russ Lian lficlrs Clll0fl1l'f arlra poinl for the Piluls. Hvlozr, llze Pilals ga! llzpir spiril up bfforr the .1I?Cl1IlIll't'S game. Lffff. Half-bark john Curfiss dodgvs srfrefral A1If'c'l1a1ziCs pla-wrs. Carryfrzg flu' ball ffxtra yards. 134'- low, llalf-back BPIL Nvlson. Alar- rafs lIl.Q',Il'Sf svorvr ufitlz nim' tozzclzdozvns, cfzargzfs llzrouglz M0- clzanirs players on his way for a tozzclzdnzcn. sq ,Uark FIIFIIUIII and .U Yllllllgflllilll fzvfp R011 Smith Off the fivld aftffr Ron injllrrd his fllllilf' in ffm .llt'l'll0Ill-CS ganzv. 9994 e yn- 1-,nl ,A g f' K IOIII ION X11 I ln Q11 mc Ill llll 1 xx 3 14 LI BlOlILl'il'k. David Hansen. Dan orellrk U xx 1 x xx 7 4 lm lltf Ikf Q U Petr' l.0emf'1', Tom bOL1llll3I'. 'Q Aoove, Senior Co-captain Roger Ashley placed 8th in the city, best time 10:09. Left, Senior foel Stoeckler, best Lime, 10:47. Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray CONFERENCE MEETS - -- - , Monroe ---- -- Washington --- Harding ----- Johnson ----.- Central Mechanic Arts --- Humboldt Highland Park Mp. www ! oy Y 4 lmff. Senior .l1i1.'0 Lofjf11vr running aguirzsl r'lllllll'0P and Q 1111118111-lZg10l1. Izffsf fimv 10: 13. ,41zoz'1f. Sffnior C0-c'f1pm1'n B012 TfIlIIII71P11g'fIf'S on dl'S!J11r" ml i11llf'SS. 11ml lirnv 10:13. lunzor ffm flayrvzgrz a15o was ll lop rumznr, 1105! limv 10:17. Left. Sophomorf' Dare Ginn, and 8111 grflder Tim BI'0dCTl-Ck run in a B-.iqzzad nzffrt. 1105! Iimvs 11.6 and 11:33. T119 B-squad was 3rd in 1110 City. rnissing 2nd placzf by only one point. u'11i10 the ,4'SqllUd came in 2nd. so Couch fofzn Pearson All-City Goalie and captain of the Pilots, Senior Ron Smith. 'P"" CONFERENCE GAMES 1 Murrayis l968-69 A Hockey team, coached hy Mr. John Pearson and captained hy Senior lion Smith. started out their season with a flourish. They Murray ---- Moorraruo Arts 1 didnit lose any games until their seventh game against Harding. The thrillin,-I Murray 1 '------- Humboldt 1 l-O xictorv oxrer .lohnson will long he remembered at Nlurray. The Pilots com- Murray 1 --------- Johnson o piled a 6-il-2 conference record, Hnishing the season in a tie with Wrashington Murray 1 ---------- Central o for fourth place. V Murray 5 ------- j --- Monroe 3 .lohn Curtiss and Dick Coffman were the highest scorers on the team. each Murray 2 ---- Highland Park 0 sporting nine goals. Al Youngdahl was outstanding on defense. Dick flofhnan. Murray 1 --------- Harrurrg 6 Greg Johnson and AI Youngidahl received honorable mention. Murray 2 ------ Washington 3 For three years Murray! has had an excellent goalie. lion Smith. ln his Murray 1 ------ Washrugron 6 sophomore and junior years Hon received honorahle mention. To climax his Murray 1 '--'-'-' Humboldt 0 years of hockey at Murray, this year Ron was chosen All-City goalie. and xoted Murray 4' '-'------- Central 0 the most Yaluahle player in the conference. His desire to xsiil shown in all . PLAY-OFFS Nlurray games. and hy his record of five shut-out games for Nlurray. Hon will he Murray 4' -----M Washington sorely missed next year. ln the middle of the season Senior Mark lrorliti was Murray 4' --------- Hafdillg 5 seriously injured in a freak hockey accident, but a month later he was hack in - the game. Harkis desire and hustle will also be missed next year. From the A squad their will he 13 juniors and 3 sophomores returning next year. Coach John Pearson counnents, Hlf wc can und a goalie and if thc Learn develops character, we will be competitive next yearfr 1 Y ' r " Y' Q .. -- -. ,.. f 1' ' v rw t' r' I 5 ' M' ri .i m ri-ij. 7 . B i ' ,4i, fi rti V-4 - .' rw- HE , 4 . ,j, av than i E I Y 'all ' f... A t 5 -11. 1. l ,I M I Q' :"w N " k ' 6 Q '5' L Seniors N , ,-, V A ' Mark Forliti Bill omazzey lg .D 'bs 4. 9 e.: son player. Three Pilot men received honorable mention: Goalie Ron Smith guards the Pilotls net, while AI Young- dahl and Dick Coffman intercept the puck from a fohn- Pilots congratulate Sophomore Scott Curtiss after he made a goal, with an assist from junior Dick Coffman, against Johnson. The Pilots defeated Johnson I-0. 5 Dick Coffman Greg Johnson Al Youngdahl M if "7 'S 1 - 'I . ..- l "fl 7' A .t X l y L, iict N ,Q p ,E ig Q M X tc i t . D MHYQZI l i 7 ttt' if ! , tx' , A'- ? U I -if i Q X 'U Above, Coach George Goodwin watches his B Hockey team in action. This was Mr. Good- winis first year in coaching B Hockey at Murray. The B Hockey team finished their sea- son in fifth place with an over- all record of 7-10-2. George Kunz captained the teamg Mike Rudie was the leading scorerg and Al Holmsten was the Pilotls strongest defenseman. B Hockey Front row: Charlie Sag- gert, Mike Rudie, Boh Kroona, Mel Smith, Todd Curtiss, Steve Kloek. Row 2: Coach George Good- win, Jim Ed, Dave Glan- der, Tim Broderick, Pete McTie, Lonny Hess, George Kunz. W i?CONFERENCE GAMES 'lli Murray 0 ..... Monroe' 3' G Murray 2 Mechanic Arts 3 Murray 0 ..... Johnson 9 Murray 3 --- Humboldt 3 Murray 7 ..... Central 1 Murray 3 Highland Park 1 Murray 2 .... Harding 5 Murray 1 - Washington 2 Below, Coach George Goodwin encourages the young Pilots daring a break in the Washington game. Ti 2 5 li lf lack Cofey X, S1 IE CONFERENCE GAMES Murray 42 ........ Johnson 55 Murray 31 ........ Central S0 Murray 40 -- Mechanic Arts 35 Murray 50 ........ Monroe 49 Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray 52 -- Highland Park 61 .... Washington 27 ....... Harding 50 ...... Humboldt 43 ........ 52 -- Highlan Central d Park 61 .... Washington 47 ...... Humboldt 44 35 68 53 44 59 41 34 Rick Young B Basketball The li Basketball team, coached by Mr. John Xloynagh and led by captains Jim Merrell and Dan Olson, placed fourth in city with a 6-6 conference record. The scores show the tremendous improvement this team made from the beginning to the end of the season. The most valuable players on the team, according to Coach Moynagh were: Walter Johnson, reboundingg Jim McGovern, best driver. good scorerg Rick Young, best shotg Jack Colley, defense and running patternsg Dan Olson, shooting and rebounding. PLAY-OFFS Murray 48 -- Highland Park 40 Murray 45 ........ Central 48 jim Merrell , , W 1- fs A ' , M K ,V , I If ff " f fe f y if ' tcyc 1 f i f fi . , 5 if laront row: Mark KHOlJl3l1l'll. l 5 gl V ' f foal-li John Nloynagh. Kent :E4 4 6, . Paulson. Row 2: Terry Cjovik, , Dave Annabel. Rick Hunting. . Rick Young. Row 3: George l"riln'rg. Dan Olson, .lim Mer- ' "'f"1 4 vt ,lack Colley, .lim McGovern, f at 8 rell, Walter Johnson, Way'11re A H i Schmitt, Paul Healy. -v. 1 Y ont mn I1PPl111 1 on c e s 1 N 1111 dt 1 1.11's 0111 01114011 X6 1 1 Xt PHS J 18 1 I 111 14 11 x 1.114 I11d.K lf! J 111 l J 11 ller 111 CONFERENCE GAMES Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Mui ray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Johnson Central Mechanic Arts Monroe Highland Park Washinvton Harding Humboldt Hivhland Park -------- Central -,---- Humboldt ---- Washington PLAY-OFFS 42 -- Highland Park 418 Az rfgfif, Cary Eslzolzlf intercepls the hall from sevffrzzl Uunzlwldt plrzyers, lzelping the Pilols ranzpage to Il 70-35 victory. Basketball Murrayls 1968-69 A llaslcethall team for the first time in many years looked as if it had the potential to rapture a title. The Pilots sullered several disappointments ant ended their season in a tie for fourth plaee with a 7-5 COI1lJl'1'011f'9 ref-ord. 'lll11'm-e conlc-rv11c-e games were lost by a margin of 1 or 2 points. Long to he 1'01I1GH'1lJ01'l'il a lllurray were the thrilling victories over Central 71-63N and Highland Park 56-52. The A Basketball team was coached by Mr. Rot Causton and eaptained hy seniors Tom Joh11son and Roll Trammell. Tom JOl1l1SOl1 was the top defensive playe' and also the leading scorer, with an average of l2 point a game. Usual starters were Paul Alfonso. Steve llc-rry Cary Esholdt. Dc-nny Hanson, Dave Healy, Tom J0l111SOI1 and lioh and John Trammell. Tom Johnson was namet to the All-City team, while Cary lfsholdt and Dave Healj gained honoralmle me11tio11. Vtiith a good nucleus of four 1'Clltl1'11111gI lettermen Steve llerry, Cary llsholdt, llenny Hanson, and Johi Trammell - and a few hoys from the 13 Squad adding to the team, the Pilots are looking forward to another tri for the title nent year. 1 1 .'1,Nl1'1'. P11111 1111'1z .ql1'z'1' lfwrry 111111 Dllll, lf1'11f-1' 1'111.w1'Ij' gllllffl fl 1111111711110 ' player. Ct!-Cllllfllllll Tom fnfzlzsnlz C11-C11 lfllill 131111 7'1'111111110U 1 lf1'f1111'. P11111 .'HfI1IIS1' 111111 Tum ,IUIIIIAUII g1111r1f ff1'11!1'11f11f11w1'm. 1111111 111' lfwrrvx' mfzfuflx ll f111,sL'1'f. lmm11'11g ,U1ll'l'11,N'.x M-111'1' 111 lf! 11g111'11x C't'Ilfflll-.S f. ,1I11rr11y M111 f,vt'llfl'lll fl-113. . D41 D 4 2 X F Swimming With a loss of only one dual meet, the Pilots were ranked 11th in the state. Winning over such non-conference foes as Stillwater, Hutchinson, Ramsey, and Robbinsdale, the swimmers only loss was to 5th ranked Highland Park. This loss caused the Pilots to be second in the City for the 3rd year in a row. Qualifying for the state meet in eight events, the Pilots failed to place in the state meet. Above, flmior Tom, Miller swims the 100 yard butterfly. Below, Junior Ken lloekslra compeles in the 400 yard freestyle. . CONFERENCE MEETS Murray 77 ...... Humboldtt17 , - ',f Murray 72 ........ Central 23 2, Murray 72 -i--- Washington 23 A 'X' 'X Murray 413 -- Highland Park 52 Murray 81 ...... ,- Monroe S Murray 72 -- Mechanic Arts '23 Q Murray 63 ....... Harding 32 'S r ,Murray 59 -- a..- Johnson 36 ,ef f e "ri f'fm,s.s' 2 . Q 4 - 0 17? Fw P E5 fi fl ft rot P ?rEntI row: Tim Dunwalcl, 'A e ,oefflely Boll Bueh- ' V ' I ,N W 'N ger, lBoh Brasted, Kurt f L y A iz ' 4 IA K . r teinlauser. R ' 2: Sott will 1 1 y-:NN X l Anderson, Nlaiilll Hanson, V it T ' ' A i ' A X AH X l ' I vi John Miller, Craig Es- 5 S f 1 KL 5 A 1 1 , -nip' JO dt, Dan Dams, Paul L ' Stemhauser, Steve Good, y it if 1 Y if it lr I 7 Marc lanffham Row 3' Qi fl A AQ.. S. F m lAll r fl? Grant Plulnley, Erie John- LQQ Q M e,-y Iit ' 5 Q, M ,af K 5 V V I ' son, Dave Cardney Ro 'fl " r jj fri-:Cs I V ,.1 151, 'll if X i gwacky, Dick Pfutzeiireuted 7 ' bw' D Ii ,hris Boyle, Cary Cerst, L 1 E V, X V f K A x as ., L 5 Eoml Cast, ilim qlHunt, i it il it 7 ' - 'r'- 5 new Q A - - oar' 1 ona d ., ts 'e. iii- 'L "inf EW . if VI Q' l Row 4: Bill Helggescin, it 5 ll A' W X A ix "Elf V ' L- ' I Paul Cross, Grant Frihergr. X,'-1 gi yu-f-QQQ-'Z X -i 9 '54 Ken Hoekstra, Pete Loef- i A t ' fr K- A I I tt' , K V , . - fler, Duane Wetherby, Don 1- f , 1-,., - .- - ' A W rf Brasted, Tony Baran, Den- in X M if Li, 'F as if if X va 4 ,Q- sf xl , M nis Figg, Tom Miller. Upper Ivff, Frvsfzman Dan Davis swims the buttvr- fly. Ivpper right, Snpllonmre Paul Sff'iIlhHllSf'l' slarts UU lfze block in the' backstroke. Opposile, Senior Tony Baran before he makes his turn in the brvaststrokv. Below, Frvslzman folzn Miller does the brrfaslstrokv leg of the Individual Medley. y v 5 1 x jr 91 if if if if if is if' ' M lfront Row: Steve McGovern, Tom Nace. Mike Foster, Hoy Magnu- son, John Haskins, Joe Engstrom, Pat Donovan, Steve Huso, Jerry Owens, Kim Gugisherg, Dave Eardley, Jim Hoska, Morgan Christian, Managers Doug Lee, Mark Thompson. Row 2: Steve Persons, Ralph Wre Co-captained by Seniors Glen Strand- quist and Tom Spooner, the grapplers managed a fourth place hnish. Juniors Lee lrloven 133. and Vlfarren Nelson 138, were the only wrestlers to advance to the regions, Both placed second in distrivt Competition. Glen Stranclquist placed third in the district at 11-5 pounds. Junior John Naive 165, Sophomore Dan Evans 151, and Fresh- man Dave Finley 95, all finished lourlh. Named to the All-City wrestling team were Glen Strandquist and Lee Hoven. ,W L Shields. Dave Bass, Steve Cheney, John Simmelink, llaxe Finley Al White, Denny Daulton, John Foster. Tom Spooner. Lee Hoven War ren Nelson. Dan Evans, Glen Strandquist, John Nave lewis Lam hert, Bill Koenig, Manager Ned Hanna, Coach Gary Olson tling Junior Warren Nelson, left, and Senior Clan Strandquist, above, pin their opponents CONFERENCE GAMES Murray 18 ....., Humboldt -- --g. Johnsen A Q Murray 4-6 .,...... Central Murray 17 -- Mechanic Arts 27 'Murray V32 .....,,. Monroe 1,f'ggMurray ,," 6' -- 29 V 'Murray 40 .... "'ii4'Washington 12 pMurray 26 .5 ..,.... Harding 16 Upper left, Svnior Lzfufis Lambert denzonslraivs moves at the Winfrfr Sports CIIUIIIIF. Vppvr right. Sf'IIi0I' 10,111 Fosler l1ffl'l7I1JfS II ff'1'PfSllI IIg!li1lSf Monroo. Opposifrf. Srfnior B111 Koenig ridws I1 Sl. l311r1111rd's opponvni. 130110111 lofi. Junior Ln' llozwz !'.1'l'f'llf4'S fl SZl'I'fClI. 130110111 right, Svnior Tom Spooner ZUIIIIS against Humboldt. 131 G mnastics Hampered by the loss of four seniors who dropped out late in the year, the gymnasts still managed a 11--4 record. Senior Peter Bergeson was Murrayis only representative at the state meet, having placed fourth on the horse in city competition. Sophomore Bob Wil- liams missed placing sixth in the city, and a chance of going to state by only one half point on the trampoline. With the majority of the team return- ing, Coach Gruber looks forward to a winning season next year. Senior Peter Bergeson performs on the parallel bars. Front Row: Dan Ander- son, Craig Bartlett, Jim Bulger, Kevin Dunshee. Row 2: Peter Bergeson, Don Ott, John Bulger, Bruce Dahlquist, John Brandt, Doug Finley, Dave Ginn. ,Row 3: Bob Kari- nen, Roger Cheatham, lan Lou, Bob Reichow, Bill Gall, Bob Williams, Terry Lake, Coach Frank Cru- her. ii CONFERENCE GAMES Murray Murray Murray 2715 ...... Central 95VZ Mechanic Arts 94+ ...... Monroe Murray 32 Highland Park Murray 7615 -- Washington Murray 77 --- Humboldt Murray 73 ..... Harding Murray 18 ..... Johnson Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. William Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Betsy H. Carl W. Aldean William Anderson And rexv s V. L. Arver Martin S. Baran Barnes Winslow T. Batdorf Emil J. Berger Elmer H. Beyer Delmar Brill William O. Bulger C. Henry Carlson Sara Page Clark Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Verne E. Comstock Cordon Cook Harold O. Dahlquist Roy C. Dalton Thomas Danielzuk Vern Fehrman Mrs. Clara Forliti Mr. Mr. Mr. Dr. Mr. Mr. Rev. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Mr. Dr. and Mrs. and, Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. Rev. and Mrs. Senior James J. Foster John J. Foster John Freeman A. L. 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We Want Your Best for Our Future 2286 Como Ave. 644-5040 Sugar Danis Drive In 1537 Como Ave. 644-6308 Where Murrayites Meet to Eat Tippy's Taco House Torchburger 1151 Larpenteur 488-7655 Midway Center 645-7575 Stop in for a Change of Pace Take Out Orders Index Acker, A Clay C123 30, 77 Adams, Mrs. Eileen 14 AFS Club 84 Aldean, Kathryn C123 30, 84, 91 Aldean, Mary Jo C113 50, 76, 90, 91, 86 Alenov, Nadia C123 30, 101, 105, 103 Alenov, Peter C103 54 Alexander, Gerald C93 59 Alfonse, Gregory C103 54. 116 Alfonse, Paul C123 30, 92, 114, 115, 126, 127 Amadick, William C73 66 Amlotte, Debra C73 66 Amlotte, Rosemary C123 30, 95 Amundsen, Beverly C73 66 Amunrud, Linda C83 62 Anderson, Catherine C123 30 Anderson, Da iel C73 66 Anderson, Darrell C103 54 Anderson. David C113 50, 99, 111, 120. 122 Anderson, Deborah C103 54, 93 Anderson, Douglas 110 Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson Duane C123 30 Eric C83 23, 62, 128 Gayle C103 54 Isabelle C123 30 Julie C83 62 Julie C83 62 Mark C83 62, 117 Rochelle C93 59. 78. 88. 93 Scott C83 62. 111, 128 Sharon C83 62 Warren C103 54 Bienhoff, Lisa C83 62, 93 Bisbee, Bruce C93 59, 117 Blanck, Scott C103 54, 94 Blastervold, Linda C123 32 Bledsoe, iRta. C103 54 Blue, Mary C93 59, 100 Boemer, Patrick C93 59, 117 Boemer, Richard C123 32 Bohnen, Debra C113 50. 77, 86, 91 Bone, Cynthia C103 54, 86 Bone. Virginia C113 50, 74. 78, 84, 90, 94 Bordsen, Debbie C83 62, 93 Botton, Diane C93 59 Botton. Donna. C73 66 Bown, Louis C73 66 Boyle. Christopher C103 54, 92, 128 Brandt. John C113 50, 132 Brandt, Rebecca C103 54 Brastad, Donald C123 32, 90. 92, 128 Brastad, Robert C73 66 Bricher, David C83 62 Bricher. Denise C103 54 Brill, John C103 544 Brill, Thomas C123 32 Brist. Robert C123 32 Broderick, Mr. Bernard 16 Broderick, Timothy C83 62. 92, 111. 120, 121, 124 Brokopp. Barbara C83 62 Brooten. Timothy C113 50 Brunnette, Daniel C93 59, 117 Brunnette, Gary C83 62 Brunnette. Gregg C'683 110 Brown. Mrs. Medora 25 Brzinski. Mr. Leonard 12 Curtiss, Scott C103 55. 116, 117, 122. 123 Curtiss, Todd C103 55, 116, 117, 124 Custodians 27 Cutkomp, Lee C103 55, 76 D Dagley, Helen C103 55. 78 Dahlen, Barbara C103 55, 77 Dahlquist, Bruce C103 55, 92, 132 Dahlquist, Cheryl C93 59, 79 Dahlquist, Nancy C123 33, 78, 82, 87. 101 Dalton, Anne C123 33, 76, 84. 90. 87 Dalton, Jane C103 55. 76. 88, 107 Danielzuk, Frances C93 59 Danielzuk, Patricia C123 34 Danielzuk, Stephen C103 55 Varnauer, Luke C93 59 Darnauer, Ruth C103 55 Datko. Mr. Edward 12 Daubenspeck, Steven C113 51, 77, 92, 110 Daulton, Dennis C93 59. 130 Davies, Ward C103 55, 88 Davis, Daniel C93 59, 111, 117, 128, 129 Davis, Mark C73 66 DeBoer, David C73 66 DeBoer, Peter C73 66 DeBoer, Stephen C93 59, 126 Delger, Anne C73 66 Delger, Jane C113 51. 77, 90, 91, 86 Deneen, Conni C113 51 DeNucci, Deborah C103 55. 87 Donaldson, Ann C103 55, 76, 87 Donaldson, Eric C83 63 Donovan, Barbara C123 34 C Andrews,'Barbara C123 30, 74, si, 91, 105 Anker. Sherry C113 50, 78 Annabel, David C93 59, 125 Aquatic League 93 Arbisl, Mark C83 62 Arver. Christine C123 30, 76, 83. 95 Ash, Frederick C123 15. 30, 118 Ash, Gary C73 66 Ash. Karen C93 59 Ashley, Sylvia C83 62, 93 Ashley, Robert C123 31, 83. 92, 99, 110. 120 Ashworth, Mr. James 16 Budde. Michael C113 50 Buehrer, Gary C73 66 Buehrer. Robert C93 59, 128 Bulger, Christine C113 50, 90, 86 Bulger, James C93 59. 75, 132 Bulger, John C103 54, 78, 94, 132 Bulger, Michael C123 32, 83, 86, 90, Burns, Mr. Alton 23, 88. 89 Burton, Alta C93 59 Bye, Candace C103 54 Bye. Roxanne C73 66 Byram. Judith C93 59 Austgen. Dianne C73 66 Avery, Avery, Jackie C113 50 Thomas C83 62 Backlund, Jeanne C83 62 Badger, Donald C73 66 Badger, William C113 50 Bailey, Denise C123 31, 83 Bailey, Scott C103 54 Baker, Keith C73 66 Bales, Jim 6C'83 114 Band 88. 89 Bantle,'Mark C73 66 Bantle, Mary C113 50, 79, 90 Baran. Anthony C123 31, 92, 100, 128, 129 Baran, James C93 59 Baran, Patrick C83 62 Barnes, Mrs. Betsy 26 Barnes, Cora C123 31. 81, 88. 89, 86, 105 Barnes, Cynthia C103 54, 89 Barnes, Daniel C73 66 Barnes, Mary C93 59 Barnes, Michael C123 31. 112, 126 Barnes Thomas C113 500. 88 Barrick, Barbara C103 54. 78 Barrows, Christine C113 50, 75, 78 Bartholemy, Ann C123 31, 78 Bartholemy, Heidi C73 66 Bartlett, Craig C83 62. 132 Bartlett, Mark C113 50, 116 Baseball 114. 115 Basketball 125, 126, 127 Bass. David C83 62. 120. 130 Batdorf, Richard C123 31, 76, 81 Bauer, Donald C103 54 Bauer, James C93 59, 117 Bauer, Laurie C103 54 Bauer. Paul C113 50. 112, 120, 122 Baukol, Kim C103 54 Bauman, Julie C113 50. 90. 91, 93, 86 Beatson. Bonnie C93 59. 101 Behrenbrinker, Joan C113 50 Benesch, James C103 54 Benesch, Patricia C113 50 Benson, Donald C123 31, 92, 95, 101, 118 Benson, Benson. Faith C93 59 Jack C93 59 Bentley, Connie C113 50 Bentley, Ronald C93 59, 117 Berens, Steve 114 Berger, Jean C123 31. 79, 82. 90 Bergeson, Peter C123 31, 79, 132 Bernsten, Kathleen C113 50 Bernste n, Kenneth C103 54 Berry, Camille C103 54 Berry, Jill C73 66 Berry, Steven C113 50. 92. 104, 126, 127 Beyer. Beyer, Paulette C123 31, 82 Roberta C93 59, 75, 83, 101 Campion, Kay C123 32, 86 Cannons, Paul C103 55. 79, 85 Cariveau. John C113 40 Cariveau. Mary C93 59 Carlson, Carol C123 32, 78, 95 Carlson. Deborah C103 55 Carlson. Mrs. Nancy 25 Carr, Michael C123 32, 78, 81, 90 Carr, Nancy C103 55, 93 Causton, Mr. Ronald 19, 116, 126 Chambers, Karen C73 Cheatham, Roger C123 32, 92, 132, 133 Chell, Geraldine C123 33 Chell, Kathleen C123 33 Chelstrom. Thomas C113 50, 78 Cheney, Kevin C73 66 Cheney, Michael C103 55 Cheney. Steven C83 130 Chisholm, Gary C123 33 Choir 86, 87 Christensen, Mary C83 62 Christian, David C73 66 Christian, Daniel C73 66 Christian, Morgan C83 62. 130 Christian. Roxanne C113 50. 95 Christian. Susan C103 55, 77, 88 Christianson. John 113 Christofk, Alan C103 55. 85 Christofk, Nancy C73 66 Christopherson. Paul C103 55. 92, 113 Christopherson, Peter C113 50, 118 Christopherson. Timothy C123 33, 74. 92, 101, 113. 118 Clark, Daniel C113 50. 116 Clark. Frank C73 66 Clark, Mark C83 62 Clayton, Corrine C123 33 Clavton, Mary C113 50 Coffey, James C83 63, 117 Coffey, John C103 55 117. 125 Coffman. Dick C113 50. 118, 122, 123 Comstock, David C83 63 Comstock. Gayle C123 82 101 Conley. Mrs. Lorraine 22. 79 Connollv, Michael C113 51, 118, 122 Cook. Kathleen C123 33 Cooks 27 ' Corbett. James C103 55. 85 Corbett. John C123 33 Cowle, Lynn C73 66 Crowford. Sherry C93 59 Cronouist. Randall C103 55, 87 Crosby. Thomas C93 59 Crosby. Timothy C73 66 Cross Country 120, 121 Cunningham, Dennis C93 59. 77 Cunningham, Michael C93 59 Cunningham, Patrick C93 59 Curtiss, John C113 51, 74, 92. 87. 110. 118, 119, 122 Curtiss, Lynn C123 33, 82. 101, 106 Donovan. Patrick C83 63. 130 Doris, David C73 66 Doris, Michael C113 51 Dornack, Michelle C73 66 Dow. Elizabeth C113 51 Doyle, Thomas C93 59 Dramatic Club 81 Drama Productions 104. 105 Drusch. Vicki C103 55, 76, 107 Dunn. Patricia C83 63 Dunnwald. Janet C83 63. 93 Dunshee, Kevin C73 66, 132 Dunshee, Linda C123 34, 77, 87, 98, 106 Dunshee. Melanie C103 55, 56, 77, 91, 87, 107 Dunwald. Timothy C73 66, 128 Duren, Theresse C73 66 Dustin, George C113 51. 113 Dvorak, Deborah C123 34, 83 Dvorak, Donna C83 63 Dyball, Barbara C103 55, 77, 87, 107 E Eardley, David C103 55, 130 Eardley, Diane C93 59 Eckstrom, Leigh C73 66 Eckstrom, Lynn C83 63 Eckstrom, Stephen C123 34, 77 Ed. James C83 23. 63. 124 Edborg. Karen C83 63 Eidsness, Carla C103 55, 88 Eidsness, David C73 66 Elllngson, Renee C103 55 Ellis, Susan C123 34 Elsing, Mr. Leroy 22 Engle, Robert C93 59 Englund, Daniel C113 51 Engstrom, John C113 51 Engstrom, Joseph C93 59, 117, 130 Erickson, Paul C103 55 Erickson. Sandra C93 59 Esboldt, Craig C93 59, 111, 128 Esboldt, Gary C113 50, 74. 117. 126 Estelle. Suzanne C103 55, 78. 90 Estes. Christine C113 51, 77, 86 Estzer, Marilyn C83 63 Evans. Daniel C103 55, 117, 130 Evans, Michael C73 66 F Falardeau, Celeste C113 51 Falardeau, Keith C93 59 Favilla, John C113 51 Fehrman, Loree C123 34, 105 Feickert, Barbara C103 55, 88 Figg. Dennis C113 51. 92, 118, 128 Fillipovich, George C93 59 Finlay, David C93 59. 92. 117, 130 Finlay., Douglass C103 55, 92, 132 Finnegan, John C113 51 Finnegan, Timothy C103 55 Fish. Victoria C73 67 Fisher, Susan C103 55 Fleischhacker, Susan C93 59 Fletcher. Sylvia C83 63 Football 118, 119 Forliti, Julie C103 55 Forliti, Mark C123 34, 74, 92, 100, 118. 119, 122, 123 Forsberg, Rodney C93 59 Forsberg. Wayne C73 67 Foster. John C123 34, 74, 76, 85, 92, 110. 130, 131 Foster, Mary C123 34, 82, 101 Index Foster, Michael 1107 55, 130 Foster, Michael 197 59 Foster, Ronald 1107 55, 116, 117, 122 Freeman, Alice 1127 34 Freeman, Jeanette 1107 55 Freeman, John 187 63 Friberg, George 1107 55, 125 Frlberg, Grant 1127 35, 92, 86, 87, 128 French Club 78 Frost, Robert 187 63 Frerichs, Heidi 177 67 Frerichs. Rachel 197 59, 78 Fruen, Jeffrey 1107 55 Fruen, Pamela 177 67 Frye, David 1107 55, 74 Frye, James 177 67 Frye, John 1117 51 Frye, William 1127 35 Hanson, Janet 197 60 Hanson, John 1127 36, 76 Hanson, Mark 197 60, 128 Hanson, Pamela 1117 51. 79, 84 Harris, Shelly 1117 51, 75 Harrisville, Randi 1107 56, 76, 86 Harrisville, Roy 187 63 Hartzell, Larry 1117 51 Hartzell, Michael 187 63 Hartzell, Thomas 1107 56 Haskin, John 1107 56, 130 Hassinger, Nancy 187 63 Hasslen, Jeffrey 1127 36, 90 Haugen, Debra 197 60 Haugen, Kevin 197 60 Havir, Bonita 187 63 Hayenga, James 1117 51, 92, 110, 120 Hayenga. Jana 1107 56, 77, 107 Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Johnson, Linda 1127 37, 83 Lynette 1127 37 Marva 1117 52 Michael 1117 52, 78 Johnson, Miles 1117 52 Johnson, Rebecca 1107 56 Johnson, Richard 1127 37, 90 Johnson Ruthanne 1117 52 Johnson: Sandra 197 60 Johnson. Johnson, Johnson Sharon 197 88 Steven 187 64 Steven 187 64 Johnson' susan 1107 56. 77, 84 Johnson: Thomas 1127 37, 74. 92, 98, 114. 115, 116. 126, 127 101, Johnson, Walter 197 60. 117, 125 Johnson, William 1107 56 Johnston. Larry 1'687 112 Heaton, HUGHIYIO FTA 81 Fulmek, Mr. Clarence 14, 85. 113 G Gabrielson, Neil 187 63 Gadwa, Robert 1127 35 Gahlon, Dean 177 67 Gall, Robert 187 23, 63 Gall, William 1107 55. 86, 132, 133 Gallagher. Hayes, Janice 1127 36, 81 Hayes, Jacqueline 1107 56 Hayes, Mary 187 63 Healy, David 1127 36, 76, 92, 126, 127 Healy, Paul 197 60, 88, 117, 125 Healy, William 177 67 Nancy 1127 36. 83, 90 Dehl 1107 55, 88 Galvin, Dennis 187 63 Gardner, Bryan 197 60 Gardner, David 1127 35, 128 Gardner, Laurie 177 67 Garvey, Anthony 197 60, 75 Garvey, Terry 1117 51, 92, 99, 116, 118, 122 German Club 77 George, Darlene 1127 35 Gerst, Gary 197 60. 100. 123 Gerst, Thomas 1107 55. 92, 128 Gibson, Katherine 187 63 Gibson, Michael 177 67 Glefer, Denise 197 60 Glefer, Greg 1'687 112 Gleseke, Heidi 1107 56. 87 Gilbert. Duane 1107 55 Ginn, David 1107 55. 92, 121. 132 Glnn, Jeffrey 1117 51, 77, 90 Givans. Margaret 1107 56 Gjovlk, Terry 1107 56, 125 Glaeser, Holly 197 60 Glaeser, Nancy 187 63. 93 Glander, David 1107 56. 117, 124 Glaser, Flllzabeth 197 60 Glaser, Susan 1117 51, 77, 84, 88, 90 Glenn, Kimberly 177 67 Goar, DeEtte 1127 35 Goffstein, Mrs, Esther 22, 78 Golf 113 Good, Stephen 197 60, 128 Good, Susan 1127 35, 77. 88 Goodwin. Mr. George 18, 112, 124 Goshey, Matthew 177 67 Goshey, Steven 197 60. 117 Graham, Edward 1127 35 Graham. Gaylene 1117 51 Graybar, Raymond 187 63 Graybar Grebner Heaton, Suzanne 1107 56 Heaton, William 1117 51, 76, 77, 88, 92, 113. 118 Hedberg, John 1127 36, 77, 92, 114, 118, 126 Hedberg, Lisa 187 63 Hedberg. Nancy 177 67 Hedberg. Wendy 177 67 Heffner, Deborah 1107 56 Heille. Joanne 1107 56. 78, 93, 86 Heille. Patricia 177 67 Heinz, Steven 1107 56 Heist. Daniel 197 60 Helgeson, Robert 187 63 Helgeson, William 1117 51. 76, 128 Henning. Allison 1117 51, 88, 89 Heron, Mr. Alexander 18 Hess, Lonny 187 63, 124 Hess, Lynette 1127 37, 74. 75. 82. 86' Heuer, Julle 177 67 Heuer, Kathleen 1127 37, 77, 87 Hewetson, David 187 64 Hill. Ann 1107 56 Hill, William 1107 56 Hingos. Leonard 1107 56 Hisdahl. David 1117 85 Hockbein, Jeffrey 1117 85 Hockbein, Jonelle 187 64 Hockey 122. 123, 124 Hoekstra, Kenneth 1117 51, 77, 92, 128 Hoekstra. Kristin 197 101, Hoelscher, Donna 197 60, 88 Hoff, Jeffrey 1107 56 Hokanson, Cynthia 1117 51, 76, 86 Hokanson, Pamela 1107 56, 76, 87 Hokanson, Peter 110 Holmquist, Jacquelyn 1117 51, 76, 88. 89 Holmsten. Allan 197 60, 75 Holt, Deborah 187 64 Holt, James 177 67 Holz, Joyce 1107 56 Homecoming 98. 99 Roxanne 1117 51 Graybar, , Yvette 187 63 , Kurt 197 60, 77, 117 Griffin, Alvin 177 67 Griffin, Bonnelyn 187 63, 93 Griffin, Francis 197 60 Grindland, Carole 187 63 Grindland, JOYCE 177 67 Hopp, Susan 1127 37, 77, 90, 101, 106 Hoppe, Barbara 197 60 Hoppe, Lynette 1107 78, 86 Horan. James 1127 37 Hoska, James 1117 118. 130 Hoviegii Lee 1117 51, 74, 92, 118, 130. eller, Gayle 1107 56 July, Cathy 1'687 89 K Kalnajs, Silva. 1117 52. 76, 78, 81, 84, 90 Karbowski. Gloria 1107 56 Kardley, Dianne 197 60 Karinen, Robert 1127 38, 92. 132 Kaufmann, Raymond 1117 52, 88, 90 Kaufmann. Steven 187 64 Keleher, Maria 197 60 Keleher, Patrick 187 64 Keller. David 197 60 Keller. Janet 1117 52. 90 Kellogg. John 1117 52, 92, 104 Kelly, Gerald 177 67 Kelsey, Thomas 1127 38, 74, 76, 81, 98, 105 Kensler. Melanie 187 64 Kipka, Allen 177 67 Kipka, Nancy 1107 56 Klecker, Judith 1127 38, 83 Klecker, Richard 187 64 Klecker. Sandra 177 64 Kloek, Donald 1117 52, 118 Kloek, James 177 67 Kloek. Steven 197 60. 117, 124 Kloepke, Jean 1107 56 v Knoblauch. Mark 197 60. 100. 117. 129 Knoblauch. Mary 1117 52. 76. 87. 91 Knudsen, Daniel 197 60, 117 Knudsen. David 177 67 Knutsen. Jeanne 1117 78 Knutsen. Mary Kay 197 60, 93 Koenig. William 1127 38. 82. 130. 131 Konopatzki, Debra 177 67 Koroschetz. Kent 1117 52 Kortesmaki, Karen 187 64 Kortesmaki, Kathy 1117 52. 87. 91 Krammer, Keith 177 67 Krammer. Kristine 1117 52, 79 Krueger, Colleen 177 67 Krey. Kurt 1117 111 Kroona. Debra 197 60 Kroona, Robert 187 64, 124 Kroona, William 1117 52, 92, 116, 118. 122 Kropelnicki, James 1107 56 Kropelnicki, Jean 1127 38 Krueger, Kathleen 197 60 Krueger. Margaret 187 64 Kruzel, Dora 1117 52, 79 Kuhlman. Diane 197 60 Kunz, George 1107 56. 116, 124 Kwong, Arnold 177 67 Grindle. Lana 1127 35. 83 Gross. Paul 1107 55, 128 Gruber, Mr. Frank 24. 132 Grunwald, Scott 177 67 Gryskiewics. Mr. Felix 10 Gugisberg. Kim 1117 51, 77, 88. 92. 114, 118. 130 Gupta. Aditya 177 67 Guttormson, Christine 1127 35, 101 Gymnastics 131 H Haechrel, Sandra 1117 51, 79 Hagen, Kathleen 187 63 Hagen, Monys 1107 56 Hagen, Rita 187 63, 83 Hahn, Linda 1127 35 Hahn, Susan 177 67 Huenmoeller, Robert 1117 51 Hughes, Barbara. 1127 37 Hughes, Pamela 1107 56 Humphrey. Richard 177 67 Hunt. James 1127 37, 92. 128 Hunting. Fredrick 197 60. 125 Huso, Karen 177 67 Huso, Steven 197 60, 130 I Imbertson, James 197 60 Imbertson. Paul 177 67 Isakson, Joan 1117 51, 86 Isakson, John 1117 51 J Jack, Ruth 1117 51, 74 Jackson. Mary 1107 56, 88, 89, 87 Jacky, Ronald 197 60. 128 L Lageson, Jean 177 67 Lageson, Robb 187 64. 117 Lake. Terrance 1127 38. 132 Lambert, Lewis 1127 38, 92, 110, 118. 130, 131 Landon, Barry 1117 52, 85 Lang. Laura 1107 56 Langhan, Max 187 6-i. 128 Lape. Mr. John 13, 83 Larkin, Lynne 177 68 Larson, Deborah 187 64 Larson, James 1107 85 Larson, Janet 197 60 Larson, Joan 197 60. 88, 89, 93 Larson, Robert 1117 52 LaValla, Cheryl 177 68 LaValla, Nanette 1127 38. 78 LaValla, Suzanne 1117 52 Lee, Douglas 187 64. 130 Hallberg, Kristin 1117 51. 79. 87. 90 Halverson, Dianne 1127 35. 84. 90. 91 Halverson, Lynda 1127 36. 74, 81, 84. 100 Halvorson, Leonard 177 67 Halvorson, Lois 1117 51, 74, 75, 78. 86 Halverson. Martha 1127 36, 70, 77, 83, 87. 105 Halvorson Mary 1127 36, 82, 87, 98, 106 Halvorson, Paul 187 63, 117 Hanna. Jean 1127 36 Hanna. John 11177 51 Hanna, Ned 187 63, 130 Hanson, David 1117 51. 120 Hanson, Mr, Daniel 11 Hanson, Dean 187 117 Hanson. Denise 177 67 Hanson, Dennis 1117 51, 92, 118, 126 Jacky, Russell 1117 51. 88 Jacobson, Larry 187 64 Jansen. Jansen. Jansen, Jensen, Gayle 1107 56 Elizabeth 197 60. 75 Leslie 1107 56. 77 Richard 197 60, 117 Jensen. Susan 177 67 Johnson, Erik 1127 37 Johnson, Grant 187 64 Johnson, Gregg 1117 51. 118, 122, 123 Johnson, Janice 1117 50. 76. 86. 90, 91 Johnson Jerri 1117 51. 79, 86, 91 Johnson: Jerry 177 --7 Johnson, Jolin 187 64 Johnson Julie 177 67 Johnson: Larry 197 60 Lemmons, Janet 1107 56 Lemmons, JoAnn 1117 52 Leslie, Colin 187 64 Leslie, Patrick 197 60 Leslie. Robert 177 68 Leslie, Sandra 187 64 Leslie. Susan 1117 52. 90 Lewandowski. Carol 1'687 89 Lewis, Patricia 1107 56 Library Club 90 Lien. Judy 1117 52. 77. 91 Lien. Russell 1117 52. 92. 116. 119, 122 Lightbourn, Miss Patricia 21 Lindemann. Janet 197 60, 79. 101 Lindemann. LuAnn 1107 56, 76 Lindemann, Nancy 187 64 Lindemann Sharon 11 52 76. 81,86 . 1 3 . Cynthia 1103 56 Llndemer, Lindgren, Glen 1113 52 Lindgren, Rebecca 1123 38, 86 Mlnder, Philip 183 65 Minzel, Michael 183 65 Mischuk, Shawn 1123 40, 86 Mischuk, Patricia 1103 57 Peterson, Marlene 1103 57, 88 Peterson, Nancy 1103 57 Peterson, Steven 1103 57 Peterson, Mr. Vernon 21, 110 Llndholm, Steven 1123 38, 74, 76, 86 Llndorfer, Jean 1123 38, 74, 90 Lindorfer, Robert 1113 52, 120, 122 Lindstedt, Karen 1113 52 Llndstedt, Margaret 1123 39, 83 Lindstedt, Steven 173 68 Llndstrom, David 193 60. 117 Lindstrom, Dennis 1113 52, 116 Line, Mr. Gerald 19 Llpke. James 193 60 Lockhard, John 193 60 Loeffler, Jeffrey 173 68. 128 Miss, Barbara 173 68 Miss, Martha 183 65 Mitchel Mitton, Mitton, Mitton, Moen, 1, Linda 1123 40, 79 Gregory 193 61, 117 Linda 173 68 Stephen 1113 52, 86, 126 Glen 1113 52 Mohler, Miss Doreen 17 Molitor, David 193 Monzel, Michael 183 65 Moore, Jill 1103 57 Morgan, Rebecca 193 61 Pew, Deborah 1103 57, 76, 88 Pew. William 183 65. 117 Pfutzenreuter, Paul 173 68 Pfutzenreuter, Richard 1113 53, 128 Pfutzenreuter, Terry 193 61, 78, 93 Pilot Staff 82 Pitman, Darlene 1123 42 Pittelkow, Larrie 183 65 Pitts, Janet 1103 57, 78, 86 Plumley, Grant 193 61, 111, 128 Pollard. James 173 68 Pose, Mr. Eugene 24 Loeffler, Michael 1123 39, 74. 75, 76. 92, 120. 121 Loeffler, Peter 1103 57. 74, 128 Lonetti, Thomas 1103 57, 92, 112 Lou, Jan 1113 52, 132, 133 Lou, Linda 183 64, 78 Louden, William 193 60 Luan, Linda 173 68 Ludwig, Mary .To 1103 57 Ludwig, Mickey 1113 52, 86, 116 Lukenbill, Kim 173 68 Lukenbill, Terry 193 60 Lund, Mrs. Linda 13 Morin. Robert 1103 76, 117 Morlock. John 1123 40, S6 Morris, Kim 173 68 Moynagh, Mr. John 18, 125 Muellner, Janet 193 61 Mullin, Gregory 1123 41 Munson, Susan 173 68 Murawski, Curt 1123 41 Murawski, Rov 1103 57 Murcurle Staff 83 N Powell, Darlene 1113 53 Powell. Delores 1113 53 Projection Crew 85 Prom 96,97 Pusch, Francis 173 68 Pusch, Gretchen 183 68 Putnam, Jeffrey 173 68 Q Quale, Laura 183 65 Quie, Katie 1103 57. 74, 77, 107 Radant, Jan 1103 57 Nobel. Lunseth, Michelle 173 68, 93 Lyons, Dennis 193 61 M Maas, Allen 173 68 MacDonald, Elizabeth 1123 39 MacDonald, Robert 1113 52 MacKenzie, Carol 1103 57 Magnuson, Roy 193 111, 117, 130 Magnuson. Scott 183 64 Mallory, Joanne 193 61 Manchester, Mary 193 61 Mangan, Michelle 193 61, 78 Manke, Deborah 1113 53, 79 Mann, Lisa 183 64 Mann, Tina 1103 57 Manthey, David 1113 52, 78, 90, 87, 105 Manthey, Steven 193 61 Marklowitz, Cam 173 68 Marks, Kristen 183 Maroney, James 1113 52, 116 Marsh, Helen 1123 39 Nace. John 1113 52. 118, 130 Nace, Thomas 183 65. 130 Nason, Nason. Steven 1123 42. 83, 84 Douglas 1103 57 Neils, Craig 183 65 Neils, Janine 1123 41. 76, 88, 90. 91 Nelson, Alan 193 Nelson, Benhart 1123 41, 92. 118, 119 Nelson, Cynthia 1113 53. 78, 84. 86, 90 Nelson, Darlene 1123 41, 95 Nelson, Gary 1113 53 Nelson, Glenn 1123 41, 92, 110 Nelson, Janet 1113 16, 53 Nelson, Judith 183 65 Nelson, Liatra 1123 41 Nelson, Marle 1103 57 Nelson. Sadie 1103 47 Nelson, Shelly 1113 53 Nelson, Susan 1113 53 Nelson Warren 1113 53, 118. 130 Nielsen. JONQ11 1123 41. 86. 98 Noble, Douglas 193 61 James 1103 57 Radant, Susan 1123 42 Rauch, Ann 193 61 Rauch. Lawrence 1123 42, 85 Rear, Nancy 193 61 Reed. Mary 193 61 Reed, Patrick 1113 53 Reeker, Pamela 1103 58 Reichow, Cynthia 1113 53 Relchow, Robert 1123 42, 98, 132 Reinarz, Alan 1123 42 Relnarz, Kristine 193 61 Reuteler. Fred 1123 42 Rezny. Daryl 1123 42 Rice, Roberta 1113 53 Rieck, Christine 1103 58, 76 Ries, Mary 1113 53 Ries, Terry 1113 53 Ritter, Mr. Robert 15, 114, 115 Roach, Patti 183 65 Roan, Cheryl 1113 53, 74, 87 Roberson. Lynne 173 68 Roberts, Patricia 1103 58. 76 86, 90. Martlnuccl, Judith 1103 57, 78 Martlnuccl, Marle 1123 39, 78 Martlnuccl, Paul 1113 52, 78, 111 Marz, Leslie 1113 52 Marz, Mary 183 64 Mastbaum, Mr. Sol 17 Mayne, James 173 68 Noble, Jeftrey 1113 53, 90 Noble. Patricia 173 68 Nordby, Sandra 183 65 Nordby. Terry 193 61 Novak, Daniel 193 117 Novak Nick 103 57, 113, 117 Roberts, Terese 1123 43, 78, 81, 84 Robertson, Kathy 1103 Robertson, Scott 173 68 Robertson, Susan 193 61 Robideaux, Mrs, Mildred 26 Robins, Baiba 1123 43, 56, 77. 83, 84, 105 Mayne, Marc 1113 52, 85 Mazzltello, Tony 1113 52, 85 McAuley, Sheila 1123 39. 83, 84 McCann, Shanna 1123 39 McCardle, Katherine 1123 39 McClellan, Mrs. Carol 13 McCurdy. Sharon 1123 39 McDonald, Brian 183 64 McDonald. Mr. William 12 M Club 92 McGovern, Connie 173 68 McGovern, James 1103 57, 111, 125 McGovern, Steven 183 64, 117, 130 McGowan, Kevin 1123 39 McIntyre, Daniel 173 68 McIntyre, David 1103 57, 117 McKay, Diane 1123 39, 77. 86, 90 McKay, Michael 193 61, 77 McKay, Robert 173 68 McLean, Joe 1123 40, 101, 118 McNeely, Patrick 1113 52, 74 McPhearson, Ann 1113 52, 74 McTle, Mary 1123 40, 82. 87 McTle, Peter 193 61, 117, 124 Mead, Patrick 193 61 Melander, Karen 173 68 Melgaard, William 183 64 Merrell, Ann 173 68 Merrell, James 1103 57, 112, 125 Merrick, Karen 1113 52. 76, 87 Merrick, Katherine 173 68 Merritt, Mr. George 12 Merth, Mrs. Marlene 26 Messicci, Bridget 193 61 Messicci, Jessie 1113 52 Mettler, Bonnie 1103 57 Mettler, Daniel 1123 40 Mettler, Mark 183 64 Meyer. Kathleen 1123 40, 86 Meyerding, Joan 183 64 Meyerding, Joyce 183 64 Miesen, Eric 183 64 Miesen, Mark 1123 40 Mikgftgovigslki, Sandra 1103 57, 74, 78, Milburn, Sheri 1123 40, 82 . ' 1 Nyberg, Debra 193 61 0 Olen, Andrea 183 65, 93 Olen, Gregory 1103 57, 84, 117 Ohman, Diane 193 61 Ollnger, David 173 68 Olson, Allan 1103 57, 88 Olson. Barbara 1103 57 Olson, Carla 173 68 Olson, Daniel 1103 22, 57, 88, 125 Olson, Mr. Gary 17, 130 Olson. Gary 1123 41, 94, 114. 126 Olson, Karen 1123 41. 81, 87 Olson, Pamela 173 68 Olson, Sandra 173 68 Olson, Steven 193 61 Olson Wavne 1123 42 81 O'Malley, William 112-3 42, 57, 92, 123 Operetta 102, 103 Ostrem, Christine 1113 53, 76, 81, 86, 90. 91 Ott, Donald 1113 53. 92, 111. 132 Ott, Leonard 183 65 Overga rd, Joan 1123 42, 82, 84, 90, 98. 100. 106 Overga Owens, rd, Richard 173 68 Gerald 1103 57, 130 P Page. Emily 1123 42. 74, 78, 87, 98 Parnell, Mr. Wilford, 15, 118 Parriott, Diane 183 65 Parriott, Mark 1103 57 Patoile. Janice 1103 57, 74 Paul, Jerry 193 61 Paul. Marie 1103 57 Paul. Ronald 183 65 Paulson. Dale 193 100. 116, 117 Paulson, Dan 114. 115 Paulson, Kent 193 61. 100, 117, 125 Paulson, Marlene 1103 57 Pearson, Mr. John 15. 118, 122 Pearson. Roger 1113 53, 74, 87, 116 Pepin. Debra 173 68 Peplinski, Diane 1113 53 Milham, Jane 1123 40, 77, 86, 87, 90 Millard, Mr. William 18 Miller, Bonnie 1103 57 Miller, Daniel 1123 40 Miller, John 193 61, 128, 129 Miller, Richard 1113 52. 116 Miller, Thomas 1113 52, 77, 92, 128 Perez. Elaina 183 65 Perez, Theresa 1103 57 Persons. Gary 173 68 Persons. Steven 183 65, 130 Peterson. Gail 183 65 Peterson, Mrs. Lila 26 Peterson, Linda 1103 57 Robins. Daina 1103 58. 77. 84, 87. 90, 105 Rogers, Mr. Charles 19 Rosch, Lynne 1123 43, 82, 84 Rose, Mr. George 19. 74 Rose. Miss Gladys 11 Rosier, Alan 1113 53, 88 Rosier, Vernon 183 65 Ross. Jan 1113 53 Rothe, Vlckl 1103 58 Rothenberg, Helle 1113 53 Rothman, Jane 1103 58. 88, 90 Rothman, Sally 1103 53, 79 Rothman, Susan 193 61 Rottach, John 1123 43 Roussland. Nancy 193 61 Rousslang, Ronald 183 65 Rousu, Dennis 1113 53 Rousu, Diane 193 61 Roue, Kathryn 1113 53, 78 Rowe, Janet 173 68 Rowe, Rebecca 193 61 Rozenberg. Gary 1123 43 Ruddick, Barbara 1103 58, 87 Ruddick, Jannelle 1113 53, 90 Ruddick, Laurel 173 69 Rudie, Michael 193 61, 124 Rudie, Susan 1113 53, 78, 105 Runyon, Cynthia 193 61 Runyon, Thomas 1123 43, 85 Rupp, Laura 183 65. 93 Rusch, Miss Marjorie 23 Rutford, Douglas 173 69 Rygg. Lisa 1113 53. 91. 86 S Safford, Diane 193 61 Sagert. Charles 193 61, 88 Salvatore, Richard 173 69 Sanchez, Mr, William 20. 85 Sandberg, Annette 173 69 Sandberg, William 1113 53, 76, 105 Sandholm. Mr. Harlam 14 Sargent, Geraldine 1113 53 Satre, Graciz 193 61 Sautter. Thomas 1103 58. 74. 79, 90, 121 Scaramuzzo. Michael 1123 43 Schanke, Mr. Robert 21 Schenk, David 1103 58 Schcggbegtgy. Diana 1123 43, 78, 81, 84, Scheuneman, Robert 1103 58 Scheunemann. Vicki 173 69 Schmidt, Betty 1123 43, 77, 90 Index Schmidt, Brian 171 69 Schmidt, Gwendolyn 191 61 Schmidt, Janet 1101 58 Schmidt, Robert 1111 53 Schmidt Wayne 191 Schmitz, Mary 1121 43 Schneider, William 1111 53. 111, 118, 122 Schoonmaker, Debra 1111 53 Schrlefels, Deborah 191 61 Schriefels, Joyce 181 65, 93 Schroeder, John 1111 Schultz, Lenette 1101 58, 88 Schaumann, Connie 171 Schummer. Barbara 1101 58 Schuster, Karen 1111 53 Stark, Loren 1101 58 Stary, Kathleen 171 69 Stech, Dennlss 1121 44, 105 Stech, Rebecca 171 69 Stelnhauser, Kurt 171 69, 128 Steinhauser, Paul 1101 22, 58, 76, 88, 112, 128, 129 Stein, James 1121 45 Stein, Joy 191 62 Stein, Ronald 181 65 Stein, Stein. Stend 1 Stephen 171 69 Susan 1121 45, 79. 83. 84 ahl, Howard 1121 45, 83, 92, 98, 13 Steward, Janice 191 62 Valker, Miss Carol 15 Vandenheuvel, Robert 191 62 VanReese, James 1101 58 Vargo, Joyce 1121 46, 81. 90, 96. 86 Veilleaux, Michael 171 69 Vollmer, Robert 1111 57 Vorwork, Diane 1101 58 W Wachter, Linda 1121 46, 86 Wagner, Betty 181 65 Wagner, John 1111 54, 118 1Vagner, Susan 1121 47, '79, 90 Wagenaar. Ann 1111 54, 90, 91, 93 Wahlstrand, Mr. Elliot 11 Vfelk, Scott, Bradley 1111 53 Searle, Seniors Alan 181 65 B-47 Sergero, Susan 181 65 Serva, Carol 1121 44, 52 Sessing . Ward 181 65 Shanley, Miss Judith 20, 81 Sheldon, Dyanne 1101 58, 78 Sheldon, Michael 1111 53, 85 Sheldon, Scott 181 65 Sherman, Joan 1101 Sherman, Scott 171 69 Shield, Ralph 171 69. 130 Shlppee, Shoffner, Susan 181 65 Bob 1'681 112 Stish, Nancy 191 62, 93 Stish, Peter 1111 53, 74, 92, 112 Stoekler, Joel 1121 45 Sundtsorm, Warren 1111 53, 88 Svendsen, Becky 1121 45, 88, 81, 76 Swanson, Allan 1101 58 Swanson, Janet 1111 53, 78, 86, 90, 91, 93 Swanson, Janet 181 65 Swanson, Rosemary 1101 58. 89. 93 Sweetland. Heather 1111 53, 79. 84, 90 Swensgard, Ronald 1111 53 Swimming 128, 129 Wall, Walla Walla Jane 191 62, 79 ce, Charles 1111 54, 111 ce, Cynthia 181 65 W'alters, Connie 1121 46, 79 Watson, John 171 69 VVatson, Lisa 1111 14, 54, 88. 93 Webber, Rita 1121 46 Webber, Robert 1121 47 VVelrauch, Steven 171 69 Lois 1121 47, 77. 86 Shulstad Allen 1121 44, 87, 96 Shulstad. Arne 1101 58, 77 Shuster, Beth 171 69 Shuster, Joseph 191 61 Shuster, Kim 1101 58, 88, 90 Silva, Levia 1111 53 Silva, Veralucla 1121 44 Slmbeck. Donald 1111 53, 118 Simmelink. John 1101 58, 130 Simon, Michael 191 61, 85 Skepper, Steven 1111 53 Sklldum. Dennis 1121 44, 92, 118 Skone, Craig 171 69 Slettom, Robert 191 61, 117 Slotsve, Mr. Ronald 21, 128 Tchid Tchid Tchid T a, Dale 191 62 a, Nancy 1121 45 a. David 191 62 Tenney, Carol 181 65 Tennl Thalh Thom Thom Thom Thom Thom s 112 uber, William 181 65 pson, Ellen 1121 45, 78. 82 pson, Kathryn 1111 53, 104, 105 pson, Marc 181 65 pson, Mary 1121 45. 77. 82. 83 pson, Nathan 1121 46, 86, 90, 92. Smith, Anita 171 69 Smith, Axel 191 61 Smith, Candace 191 61, 78 Smith, Daniel 181 65 Smith, Eric 171 69 Smith, Jacqueline 171 69 Smith, Karen 171 69 Smith, Kathleen 181 65 Smith. Mrs. Lucille 17 Smith, Melvin 191 61, 100, 117 Smith, Paul 1121 44 Smith Ronald 1121 44, 74, 76, 92, 100. 112, 118. 119. 122. 123 Smith, Roxanne 1101 Smith, Stephen 171 69 Snelson, Frederick 1101 Snelson, Joseph 1121 44 Sno Foolln 100, 101 Snoxell, James 171 69 Snyder.-Mark 1101 58, 112 Snyder,8?atricla 1121 44, 78, 81, 84, 90. Soberg, Daniel 1101 58 Soberg, Debra 191 61 Sonnack, John 181 65 Sorenson, Kathleen 171 69 Sorenson, Mary 171 69 Sorenson, Robert 191 62, 77 Souther, David 171 69 Spanish Club 79 Spies, Diane 1121 44 Spooner, Thomas 1121 44, 92, 114, 118. 130, 131 Spychalla, Jane 181 65 Spychalla, Janet 171 69 Stage Crew 85 Stage, Chrls 1101 58 Stage, Greg 1101 58 Stahosky, Ellen 1121 44 114, 115 'I'hompson, Rodney 171 69 Thompson, Roger 171 69 Thompson, Sandra 1101 22. 58. 77 Thompson, Thomas 1101 58. 88 Thorstenson. Tim 1'681 112 Threlkeld, Allce 1101 58. 78. 87 Threlkeld. Kathryn 1121 45. 87. 90 Thurow, Pamela 1101 58, 79, 93 Thurow, Paula 1121 46, 79, 81, 82, 88. 91 Tindle, Anita 181 65 Tobin. Jean 1111 53. 86, 91 Tobler, Mark 181 Track 110, 111 Trammell. John 1101 58. 95. 116, 117, 126 Trammell, Robert 1121 46, 74, 86, 101. 112, 120, 121, 127, 126 Trapp, David 171 69 Trapp, Richard 1111 54. 88 Trence, Martin 181 65 Trence. Peter 1101 58 Wesenberg, Nicholas 171 69 Wetherby, Bruce 1'681 114 Wetherby, Carol 1121 47, 74 VVetherby, Donna 191 62 Wetherby, Duane 1111 54, 92, 111, 118, 128 Wethammer, Lynn 1121 47 Whaley, Diane 1121 47 Wheatley, Bill 181 66 Wheeler, Ann 1121 47. 90 Wheeler, Dawn 1101 58, 74, 78, 90, 93 White. Alan 191 62, 130 White, Daniel 1121 47, 92, 120 White. Elinor 1101 58 Vvicklem. Mr. Robert 16 Wleberdink, Mrs. Gall 10 Viilcoxson. Bonnie 191 62 Willard, Robert 1101 58 Willey. Mr. Marvin 24 Willhlte, Carol 1101 58 Willhite, Glen 181 66 Willhite, Steven 171 69 Williams, David 181 66 Williams, Ed 191 62 Williams, Janet 1111 54, 88, 93 Williams, Mary 1121 47, 81, 84 Williams. Michael 181 66 Williams, Robert 1101 58, 132 Williams, Wendy 191 62 Xvilly, Barbara 181 66 Willy, Cynthia 1101 58 Wllly, Deborah 1111 54 Wirth, Elizabeth 181 66 1Virtz, Maryann 1111 54 Wlrtz, Paul 181 66 Wirtz, Theresa 1101 58 Wood le, Harry 1111 54 Woods. David 171 69 Trombley, James 1111 54 Trombley, James 191 62 Trombley, Jean 191 Trombley, JoAnn 181 65 Trombley, Sharon 1101 58 Trudeau, James 191 62 homas 1111 54 Trudeau, T , 85 Tuff, Dianne 1121 46, 77, 96, 86 U Uhl, Mary 171 69 Ulrlkson, Kenneth 1121 46. 85. 105 Ulrikson, Marvin 191 62 Underhill, Mary 181 65, 93 Urman. Barbara 171 69 Uram. Margaret 191 62 Urban. Ronald 1101 58 V Valllancourt, Serena 1111 54 Workman, Charles 1'681 112 VVrestllng 130 Wydella, Mrs. Patricia 26 Y Yanex. Larry 191 Yonker. Faye 1121 47 Young, Richard 1101 58. 88. 117, 125 Youngdahl, Al 1111 50. 74, 104, 114. 118. 119, 122, 123 Youngdahl, Cheryl 171 69 Z Zalk, Michael 171 69 Zechmeister, Linda 1121 47, 77. 96. 85 Zechmeister, Peter 181 66 Zerrien, Donald 1121 45, 85 Zibley. Frank 1101 Zink, Mrs. Ruth 21 Senior M mories The Hprison'7. Mrs. Fiskor and ogg! fiufi. skalc-hourfis. lhc- Hquavku. Bvuticrnania. trotting to the he-hi. sqtuirm- rhinv- ing, uSZ1fii,. Sno, ifooiini Priuvo ami Prinvess. pit-iwriri 4-urs. Sugars. hoots. Murray fiancee. Ja-ts. Sharks. llcuiriu'-s hasheis. moons UA. Rvucii. Ponin-S. Young Niufiu. Ainigos. Riilf'1JOIlfIifiS. MWH-'re from jXillI'I'ily. Couhhiit hm- lJI'0l1fiUI'!u. Sturieint tearhors. Polak jokn-s. hurt athivliC lvums. roci hr'- oritjc. Now N7E'3l'79 Eu-. HHvll NOV. i'iOITll'f'OHliIlQI pau'- aifivs. iirtiiouveii and vggs Lp.. favuity vs Stlifivuts haskvt- lmll games. Class rings. skipping. Hlizippyp vouplvs at i"rmic'ii Quartor. houfirvsig. Hippiv. 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