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Page 56 text:
Carol Hand. l.ynn Slanluff. and "livin Hliiflllilll.
THIRD ROW: Menqes, Iohns-
ton, Burton, Schikore, Glaeseman
Lauenstein, Vetter, Kammer,
Schaefer. SEC ON D R OW:
Adams, Cristl, Repp, Moody,
Kern, Geno, Hoops, Farrell, Wil-
per. FIRST ROW: Noble, Tay-
lor, Chapman, Meixner, Willen-
berq, Gwyn, Hanke, Bacon,
THIRD RO W: Toeniskoettei,
I-Iayeskamp, M a y e s, Brady,
Koerner, Heidenreich, Seaton,
Hickey, Russell, SECOND ROW:
Weldy, Howertcn, Eckols, Rider,
Moeller, Myers, McKee, Sher-
rill, Holtsclaw. FIRST ROW:
Papendick, Niebert, Chaddock,
Manuel, Todd, Kuehn, Roberts,
The- llIAil1'lil'Illg11li.'-Hlllllu Svlniuiniun. ,lzinel Mn- niures tried out for rulvs in lhe all-school play.
Atlanis. and "Heyy Hnllsclany prowtl H-wzii'cliiig "Bells Un Their 'l'1ws". Javk Welch, Brian Mungvr.
yyhvn lhvy niude ll-llvrs in Varsity lwvlwy and luis- lurk li1'nsas1'u, 'llmn Steinheiincr, and ,lini Dzivryya
la-tliull, llvgrnlur iiivinlu-i's of the 1-lass lvuins ywre nero the liruthcrs. while Eddie Young had the pail
nf ti 'Zine-Cnllvge suitor. Vifith this role ht- ulinnsl
lilagvr lu display tha-ir lulvnls. st-xvnil Sophn- "slul1' lhc' slmyvn.
Lynn. l1f"fIfl7li, und Nlzrlrrrm enjoy lllflkillfl 1n'vH11 Nfurlying UVIIIIIIS is 71P!iPSSll?'fll for gffomvfry xfilllwzls.
and p1'r:r-fiwrl 4-rfwfimlx.
Page 55 text:
THIRD ROW: Talbot, Chand-
tlon Through Thorough Preparation
sports. A few of them lettered their first year. Ro-
land Kolman was the only newcomer to letter in
Varsity football. ,lack Antonio, Stan Bergmeier,
and Ronnie Young were regulars on the Varsity
wrestling team. Terry Yates received his second
letter as a member of the Varsity swimming team.
A few of the participants in "Bw football and bas-
ketball were Steve Lewis, Jack Leber, Phil Aitken,
and Bob Meyers. Sophomore stars on HB" baseball
team were Don Mahaffey, Tom Cooper, and ,lim
Willenberg. With the aid of other teammates. these
athletes won many honors and victories.
THIRD ROW: Dobbs, Meixner,
Swoboda, Newman, C u r t i s,
Paulson, Fox, Hogan, Bohlen.
SECOND ROW: Carley, Skatofi,
Setzer, Bergmeier, Brown, Nev-
ins, l-Iickerson, Bailey. FIRST
ROW: Sinn, Rauscher, Faquin,
Wiqet, Garibaldi, Hanks, Mi-
THIRD ROW: Willerth, Mos-
sotti, Kallemeier, Campbell,
Newman, Bailey, Weible, Wil-
son. SECOND ROW: Christen-
sen, Kyle, Moore, Zahner,
Bridgeforth, Schaefer, Marfia
Werkmeister. FIRST ROW:
Glaze, Mickey, Hesemann, Co-
hen, Fox, Crose, Barks.
ler, Lubbert, Reynolds, Taylor,
McDonald, Aubuchon, Fagan,
Wood, Felter, Bunting. SECOND
ROW: Baxter, Beinert, Teasley,
Strasser, Wuench, Gitchoff, Kil-
librew, Foster, Risinqer. FIRST
ROW: Masters, Smith, Swan,
Keller, Meagher, Clark, McCart-
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Curricula Open New, Wide Horizons
Many ofthe Sophoniores joined the Future Teach-
ers of Anieriea Club to gain pointers on heeorning
good teachers. Another organization enjoyed liy the
Tenth Graders was the Square Dancers.
The climax of the social season for the Sopho-
niores was the Saga Coronation. They chose the
two most popular girls and lioys of the Tenth Grade
to represent them in the Saga Court. ll was a thrill-
ing experience for these representatives to how to
their vlassniates znnirl the ear-splitting ovation. As
had the Anvient Vikings. they looked liar-k over the
year's experient-es and felt proud of their aeeoun-
plislnnents and hoped to make even more progress
in the future.
THIRD ROW: Krauck, Carson,
Stuckemeyer, Brown, Williams,
Moore, Adrian. SECOND ROW:
Moftitt, Wood, Saffley, Barhush,
Worley, Bommarito. T H I R D
R O W: Grellner, K. Roberts,
Welch, Iellrson, White, Cook.
THIRD ROW: G a in e s, V.
Yates, Lewis, Oehlert, Pickel, T.
Yates, Thoele, Leber, Schaefer,
L. Meyer. SECOND ROW: Reese,
Bedrosian, Hard, Kropp, Ram-
sey, Moorman, Dueker, Mclfain,
FIRST ROW: Sheehy, C. Meyers,
Phillips, Munqer, Slaqle, Cooper,
THIRD ROW: Dierkes, Gary,
Palmer, Williams, Clyne,
Walker, B. Roberts, Stigers, Joy,
Arb. SECOND ROW: Ditto, But-
ler, Paqano, Cheskev, Schlueter,
Berardino, Buzzetta, Corbin, Moe
lin, Martin, Burlew. F I R S T
ROW: Brockmiller, Metz, Eckert,
Ezell, I. Roberts, Mueller, Kyle,
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