North Dakota State College of Science - Agawasie Yearbook (Wahpeton, ND)

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.-rredicationWith gratitude for years spent in loyal devotion to the cause of higher education in North Dakota, we respectfully dedicate this 1957 Agawasie to Mildred Johnson, President of the Board of Higher Education.ZVi illfMI JiM ff ZVl tot tPjgl 4n .ps IPS SUIPf ftPZP iiip p.hp SPV ii'HUi Stp.ij uz StPfiPiiiPip.ili u inn jip. stunn np ifovernor tlnris offers eon ijra in lot ori note Congratulations to the staff of the AGAWaSIE for their fine publication, and my thanks for the invitation to offer these few words. The administration of affairs for the state institutions of higher education is an increasingly difficult task, and the dedication of this issue to Mrs. Vernon Johnson. President of the State Board of Higher Education, is particularly fitting. Mrs. Johnson has shown her intense interest in our educational institutions of advanced training and learning, and such interest coupled with her proven ability makes me confident that your institution. and all others in the state, will receive the utmost in school advancement. The state stands at a very important point in the process of its development. Wahpcton State School of Science is fully capable of providing the type of men and women necessary for its continued growth and development. I hope that the graduates of the school will take their part in the progress of North Dakota. To the Class of 1957 I wish to extend my sincerest congratulations, and my best wishes for success in their chosen fields. 8 Sincerely yours. JOHN E. DAVIS Governorstate boar it of higher edavatiou Dr. A. D. McCannel Minot Martin (I. Kruse Kindred A, F. A mason Bismarck Elvira Jestrab Wllliston Mildred II. Johnson Wahpoton Albert Haas New Rockford M. S. Hi rue Bowman Fred Orth Grand Forks The institutions of higher learning in our state are governed by the State Board of Higher Education. This board is made up of seven members appointed by the governor, and a commissioner elected by the board. Mrs. Mildred Johnson is president, Mr. Martin Kruse is vice-president and Dr. A. F. A mason is commissioner. The board of higher education was created by a constitutional amendment in 1938. This amendment gave it the power to organize or reorganize any part of the seven institution under their control, and to specify or change the prescribed curriculum of these schools. Budget requests and reports to the governor are also part of its extensive job. In this day of educational change and skyrocketing enrollments we look more and more to this board to find answers to our problems. 9- - ■ .•1 I tonic With the Student Cabinet « » sttulvnt lnnhj . . . Planning of a statement for a school annual involves one of two procedures, (a) Observance of the decorous and the conventional and thusly say the same thing over and over again, or (b) Breaking with tradition and being entirely different. I've chosen to do the latter. It is my decision this year to give my viewpoint on two questions that arise from time to time. (1) Why a school annual ? and (2) Is it worth while? The principal purpose of a yearbook is to record in story and picture the highlights of a school year. This book is a printed record to which you students of 1956-57 may refer at any time in the years ahead. The permanent record card in our files is your permanent record of your accomplishments in each subject you have pursued. Reference is made to these records in the Registrar’s office every day in the school year. Your AGAWASIE is a record, primarily, of the extra-curricular activities of one of your years of college life. That is good. You would be surprised to know how often members of the Faculty refer to school annuals of the past to identify former students. And that is good. Now if you have read this far. permit me to make a suggestion. Got signatures in your annual. I am sure you would like to glance at them in the years to come. Flatter all of us on the teaching staff and administrative staff. Make the rounds and get signatures of our faculty members. At the time this is written. I am informed that this year's AGAWASIE will be the best ever. That. too. is good. My sincere appreciation to your Editor. Miss Lee Ann Broin. and to every member of her staff who worked long and hard on the 1956-57 AGAWASIE. My personal good wishes to each and every one of you who were in attendance here this year. Success to those of you who are graduating: and a special invitation to you first year students to return next year. You’ve been a "fine gang” and I say again "That is Good.” Sincerely, G. W. HAVERTY 10 With His Directors ;i Keeping track of the Junior College falls into the capable hands of Vernon Hektner, its director. A new face on the directors’ page of the Ayuivasic, Mr. Hektner became director of the Junior College this year in place of F. H. McMahon, who has retired. In addition to his duties as director, Mr. Hektner also teaches history and social science courses. school ii In charge of the “Learn by Doing” department of the Science School is Jim Horton, director of the Trade School. His duties in this department include making up schedules, advising students and in general keeping everything running smoothly. A man with a two-fold job is Wally Nord-gaard; who, in addition to being director of the Business School is also registrar. It is Mr. Nordgaard who corresponds with most of the prospective students and always t seems to find time for a welcoming chat with them upon their arrival. r Irectors Wallace Sordgaard HHHHI nil minis vniivv prrsonnvl Hen . laniard Public Relations Alvin Kckre Ass't Trades Director Cordon Patterson Business Manager 33I aimer Anderson Wcldin" Harvey itisck Tractor and Diesel faealgtj Wes AWcw, r ttto Instructor, am Eav 'Bute, uU cUc A' vector. U ng over. Wesley Allen Radio and TV , Kiorkc Radio ""‘"‘•■“■■.v an Mor ; (heard .■ t da at s LinotypeCharles Isrockmeyer Radio and Transmitters hurl lliile Director of Athletics James rischer Auto Body Repair Donald raass Surveying and Math fa vaUtj Hay Cherniak Band DirectorI . y Donna Forkner Homo Economics «'r»„d HUger. °non' Mechanics ’ • J aberniati Accounting one Hanson Secretarial Training Elizabeth H avert and Anatomy i ogcr Bramc , c cm «lry t sVrucVov% cYxecka over aumtUcs rif Morgan Kjer English and Psychology 17 U tiding Johnson Auto Body Repair Howard Kinds Printing .) er o;i Jacobson KlcctricalHenry Knight Physics and Math V Kloctricai Howard .cut's Related Trades Mildred I.ursson Librarian Edwin Li tike Related Trades VirOii _ pi ",nl'SOf| e,0«iHcai l,othi Artfltag VnsVructor. tuns sv b ucpv nV Uvrou Yt. 18 I Prc» dcwt Havcrty, Bcvna RoYioW. Father ScV u r.. M rtrw avvshoi , Ioyvc Hanson, FranU McMahon, McrcoUcs Morr s, aw Bcri an HWgcrs enjoy Vhemsehvs av a laeuWy Wrlhday party Jor„ Ocli an l Tv "Ot '1'-rccdc Zar Morris “'isincss Otcen Myhrc General Mechanics John iXcponifi Auto Electrical Arvtd Olson Garage Shop ljundon l ctersrn Related TradesEmil Peterson Refrigeration (i or don Plum Printing Merle Kobert on Drafting and Estimating ftU'ilfflj Hrn.t, Koholt Business Doa, »f 'V„mon MVa Berra . RoYvoW., dean ot women, tn Us w U l orrcXXa W' W. iamcc McLaren anv Gcva t wc "So son. 20f"unity fc iher Schulz Languages, English Hart Smith Machine Shop ir. (i. Srcnkesen Auto Body Repair "rren Schnett Gar«So Shop Julian Szczur Welding Eat Sm U , macYvVuc « xo taatructor, and W W SvonVeaen aV Vo Y ody u sVyv cVoy, cvmw U e r pvoh cm . n!t!v H" 0frlKorftUont nrold I hi ken hoi: Radio Alice Walton Business Walter Well an Related Trades (■rum 'Tr 'rf;Js Vrrr„ B,0,°Sy- Ath IL hii'tilt U 22 I ow V'auss. survey u g and maVYv Voucher, works aV drawing board.) uffiw porsimnv! Hetty Cities Inez Hell man Business Manager's Registrar's Secretary Secretary Lois Smith Registrar's Secretary Xormu Kuehn President's Secretary Margaret Schens Trades Secretary Laranne Canskop Public Relations Secretary Mary Woodward Trades SecretaryKid red I-'ran I seat (•ary Keinke Jane Sheridan studem The student body’s voice in governing Science School activities is the Student Cabinet. This group meets once each week to form regulations for the student body. Party committees are appointed, delegates dispatched to conferences, students are encouraged to take an active part in campus affairs—all these are works of the Student Cabinet. Mercedes Morris, lien Barnard, Ed ll'erret cabinet Dick Kasper, president Elected in the spring, the Cabinet includes a girl representative and members from the Trades, Junior College, Business School, Engineering and Long Winter Term departments. The Cabinet is advised and assisted by three faculty advisors, Miss Mercedes Morris, Mr. Ed Werre and Mr. Ben Barnard. Hither t 1C rick son Raymond Roller Arthur Tobin 25prurlirul nnrsinfj fjrailuates After completion of their course of sixteen weeks basic training at the State School of Science each practical nurse spends eight months receiving experience and special instruction at one of the affiliated hospitals: Valley City, Rugby, Fargo. or Minot. They return to Science for graduation exercises the following year. First rote, left to right: Schulz. Dubuque, I titter wood. Jaeger. Dent ley. Hilda. Jackson. Sol ft jam. Second row: Station (ireen. Hutton. Egon. McKenna. Thompson. Hossart. Miller. Kahn. Third row: Richardson, Anderson. Hilquisl. Hritsch. 01 stud. Kuznia. Knutson. 2S4'I ass pr si4h ni s Junior Marshalls: hoy Loll. Mike linearly, Carol Hen:. Clarence Aascrud. La Joy Hoy use. David Lie• inoslon. W illiam Strcitel All-School President Trade School Representative Class ’residents: Loretta Will representing Second Year Husiness Graduates: Darlene Lock. First Year Husiness Graduates: FarI Feiyel. Junior College Graduates.class it A age, Duane II'. Valley City. N. Dak. Radio-Television Aaserud. Oswald K. Portland. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Alba ugh, Lester L. Sterling:, N. Dak. Auto Body A Under. Lowell II. Lisbon. N. Dak. Radio-Television Amesbury. William ;V, Sioux Falls. S. Dak. Electrical Amundson. Lima L. Amidon. N. Dak. Electrical Amundson. Gordon J. Wahpcton. N. Dak. Pre-Education Anderson. Charles H . Battle Lake, Minn. Drafting and Estimating Anderson. IClvina C. Galesburg, N. Dak. Home Economics Anderson. Harry J. Wahpcton. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Anderson. Kenneth H. La Moure. N. Dak. Radio-Televisionf 195 7 Anderson. Marvin . Breckcnridge. Minn. Drafting and Estimating Anderson. Owen . Ray. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Apperl, Clement .1 Hazelton. N. Dak. Liberal Arts Ash, Hand I). Fergus Falls. Minn Radio-Television Ashmore, Waldo L. Ulen, Minn. Printing Bach. Marvin M. Dayton, Minn. Electrical Bachman. John A Frazee, Minn. Auto Mechanics Baier, M alter . Hazen, N. Dak. Refrigeration Baker, Loren h. Worthington. Minn Sheet Metal Bakke, Rodney .-I. Biverdale. N. Dak. Radio-Television Bar tell. Henry H. Stirum. N. Dak. Radio-TelevisionIlnrlicit. Donna M. McHenry. N. Dak. Home Economics Ifrekel. John A". Breeken ridge, Minn. Radio-Television Hassen. Dennis (I. La Moure. N. Dak. Radio-Television llmnnfjtirliter. Alvin F. La Moure, N. Dak. Auto Body Heck, dent Id J. Zap. X. Dak. Auto Body Heck, karri k. Zap. N. Dak. Auto Body llcrgren. Dale II. Blackduck. Minn. Auto Mechanics Higgs. Haul F. Hankinson. X. Dak. Electrical Hireley. Douglas It. Fargo, X. Dak. Electrical lllouin. James II'. Mtlnor. X. Dak. Auto Mechanics llrackin, John F. Wahpoton, X. Dak. Pre-Dental Hratlicn. linger J. Rolhsay, Minn. Radio-TelevisionIlretuk. Henard . WilHston. N. Dak. Electrical Hrigys. fionald I. Fargo. X. Dak. Printing It rain. Lev Ann Wahpeton, X. Dak. Secretarial Training trophy, Iternard M Pingreo, X. Dak. Radio-Television Itroivn. Aim .. Campbell. Minn. Auto Mechanics lluerkle. Lelioy ( Kulm. X. Dak. Auto Mechanics llusch. Joel Donnelly. Minn. Engineering Carroll. James L. Long Prairie. Minn. Printing Cochrane. Donald U Crookston, Minn. Printing Colebank. Raymond Williston. X. Dak. Electrical Copelan. Marian D Egclancl, X. Dak. Auto Mechanics Croteau, James J. Belcourt. X. Dak. Auto MechanicsCruft, Kussell II, Sanborn, X. Dak. Engineering; Curtis. William • Sarles, N. Dak. Electrical Daly. Sidney 0. Willow City. N. Dak Printing: Miners, Wesley J. Fargo. N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Dock ter, Arthur McClusky, N. Dak. Printing Fckmunn, Arlo F. Turtle Lake, N. Dak. Radio-Television hdwards, Curtis ’. Vergas, Minn. Sheet Metal hitlers. Dale II. Wahpeton, N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Filmy son, Caul S. Hoffman. Minn. Auto Mechanics Frickson. Hubert C. Cotcau. N. Dak. General Mechanics Frlandson. Harold A. Lowry. Minn. Drafting and Estimating hsltnger, James ( . Jamestown. N. Dak. Drafting and EstimatingHearts. Allen I,. Ulen, Minn. Radio-Television Divert. Arthur II Arlington. Minn. Engineering Fabian, Marie I,. Tenney, Minn. Home Economics Feigel, Karl IT. Holliday, N. Dak Engineering Fointer. Donald .1. Dickinson, N. Dak Radio-Television Ferguson. Eileen K. VVahpcton, N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Finkbeiner. tXorman (' Max. N. Dak. Radio-Television Fischer. Lucent K. Wahpeton, N. Dak. Electrical Fischer, Hobart ( Driscoll, N. Dak. Auto Body Flanagan. Diehard „ Gaidar. N. Dak. Electrical Fleisher. William II. Hackensack, Minn. Refrigeration Foss, Hermit .V. Elbow Lake, Minn Radio-Televisionrrantseog, hid red h. Butte, N. Dak. Engineering: Grobe. Leo I). Fargo, X. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Freeman. F.arl A. Granville, X. Dak. Radio-Television Freese. James C. Wyndmcre. X. Dak. Liberal Arts Froslie. Lyle I). Rothsay, Minn. Radio-Television Ganskop. Harold II’. Flaxton. X. Dak. Electrical Gar berg, Harry J. Moorhead. Minn. Sheet Metal Gardner. Fennel It C. Warroad, Minn. Refrigeration Gelotf. Norman Tuttle, X. Dak. Auto Mechanics Gerald. Dale L. I ake Preston. S.Dak. Electrical Gren;, George J. Hazclton, X. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Grillin. Mart in. 7'. YVahpeton. X. Dak. ElectricalGronbeck. JtiliAnn A. Oakes. N. Dak. Home Economics Grossman. Joe A. Dickinson. N. Dak. Printing (iu ( yen in os. Mu rylea Kiverdale. N. Dak. Liberal Arts GuthmiUer. Hoy J. Hosmcr, S. Dak. Electrical Haakenson. Marlin h. Fargo, N. Dak. Radio-Television l aakenson. Stanley ( McHenry, N. Dak. Auto Body Haider, Richard It. La Moure, N. Dak. Printing Hammaryren. Harry ( VVahpeton. N. Dak. Electrical Hansen, Raymond M. St rand burg, S. Dak. Printing Hayaman. John R. Jr Breckenridge, Minn. Electrical llagene, Valdemar E. Glyndon. Minn. Auto Body I layer. l . Isa he 11 Balfour. N. Dak. Home EconomicsHanson, l.lyal M. Jt. Fergus Falls, Minn. Pro Education Heydam. Donald H. Wahpeton. N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Hanson. Marvin L. Fergus Falls. Minn. Refrigeration Ha ns sen. Clarence II. Dickinson. N. Dak. Electrical Hardenberg, John '. Fergus Falls. Minn. Auto Mechanics Harper. Arthur I). Windom, Minn. Drafting and Estimating Hart, Wesley J. Jamestown, X. Dak. Radio-Television Hartmann. Ilert L. Bag ley. Minn. Printing llauf, Hubert .-I. Tuttle. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics llaux. Hoi a ml McClusky, X. Dak. Printing llebig, Hubert .-I. Stanley. N. Dak. Radio-Television lledslrom, Lenor K. Kensington. N. Dak. ElectricalIIrib. Willis M. Harvey. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Herfindahl. Duane C. Lake Park. Minn. Drafting: and Estimating: Holland. Lester II'. Roth, N. Dak. Sheet Metal Holland. Wayne ’. Shelly. Minn. Auto Mechanics Hilyers, Hevcrly A. Barnesvillc. Minn. Business Hummel. Donald I Garrison. N. Dak. Printing: Himmerch. Harry II. Rogers, N. Dak. Radio-Television Hinscerk, Dale I'. Bonetraill. N. Dak. Radio-Television Halle. Kermit II. Ulen, Minn. Auto Body Halle, liicltard II'. Wyndmerc. N. Dak. Radio-Television Hallo, Donald (). Wyndmcre, X. Dak. Radio-Television Horner, Theodore J. Esmond, N. Dak. Drafting: and Estimating:Dursnian. Frederic ). Brocket. N. Dak. Electrical Ishaiiff, Ordean H Bartlesville. Minn. Electrical Jenson, Donald A Sherwood. N. Dak. Radio-Television Jensen, Hichard .-t Rochert, Minn. Electrical Johnsf ard, Larry S. Wahpcton, N. Dak. Pre-Medical Johnson, Fieri M. Benson. Minn. Electrical Johnson. Kenneth A Halstad, Minn. Printing; Johnson, Itichard li Fairmount. N. Dak. Pre-Education Johnson, ftobert J. Wahpeton. N. Dak. Radio-Television Jones, Donald L Winner. S. Dak. Refrigeration Jorgensen, Leonard F. Flaxton. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Jtilson, Duane M. Grand Forks. X. Dak. PrintingKasper, Richard .-I. Butte, N. Dak. Business Kearns, Theodore J Hebron, N. Dak. Sheet Metal Kemper, J err old Drake. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Krinplan, Hoyce R Kosholt, S. Dak. lOlcctrical Keyes, Rill I). Towner, N. Dak Auto Mechanics Kilt. Donald E. Sanger, N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Klein, Royer II . Carrington. N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Kolslad, Oreille .1. Bcniidji, Minn. Kadio-Television Kosir, Herman J. Wahpcton, N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Krieger, Raymond (I Cackle, N. Dak. Auto Body Kobe, Mary E. Wahpcton, N. Dak. Home Kconomies Kaelin, Kenneth Wahpcton, N. Dak. PrintingI.arson, Hetty L. Sheldon. N. Dak. Home Economics .arson, Hassell II'. Madison, Minn. Radio-Television Larsson, Marian 1C. Wahpcton. N. Dak. Home Economics Lee, Robert 1C. Pillsbury, N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Amtell, Larry K. Petersburg. N. Dak. Electrical Lorensberg, Arnold A. Roslyn. S. Dak. Electrical Lamb, Charles J. Herman. Minn. Engineering LaRocque, Louis '. Walhalla. N. Dak. Radio-Television MacDonald. Robert I). Crystal, N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Loud nor. Kenneth L. Rapid City. S. Dak. Sheet Metal Luckman, Dale G. Flaxton. N. Dak. Auto MechanicsMahno, Ralph . Mahnomen, Minn. Radio-Television Mauck, Lester I). Bismarck. N. Dak. Auto Body Mayfield. Leonard L. Fargo. N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating McAdams, William W. Milnor. N. Dak. Radio-Television McClure. Jack J. Lisbon. N. Dak. Radio-Television McCullough, Dale L. VVahpcton, N. Dak. Pre-Commerce i McLaughlin. Robert II. Havana. N. Dak. Auto Body Meidinger, Clarence Lehr, N. Dak. Auto Body Meyer, Charles '. Fairmoimt, N. Dak. Refrigeration i Meyer, Gerald A, Wahpeton, N. Dak. Radio-Television Meyer, Merle If'. Moorhead, Minn. Electrical Miller, Glen J. « Alice. N. Dak. Drafting and EstimatingMiller, Harold . Oakes. N. I)ak. Sheet Metal A elson. Mayo II. Oberon. N. Dak. Auto Body Mae. David I'. Kensington. Minn. Electrical Mae. Delmore I.. Kensington, Minn. Electrical Much, Monroe .-I Kennedy. Minn. Auto Mechanics Monger, Vernon Alamo, N. Dak. Engineering Mon.son, Lloyd ('•. Crosby. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Moss, Diehard I). Wahpeton, N. Dak. Liberal Arts M ox ness. Darwin D. DeLamcre, N. Dak. Radio-Television Muffenbier, James It. Grand Forks. N. Dak. Pro-Commerce Murphy. Janies .1. Campbell, Minn. Auto Body Xash, Diehard II Wahpeton. N. Dak. PrintingXelaon. A cal II. Temple. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics .V or mi. Duane . !. Rhame, N. Dak. Auto Body Ode yard, Eugene .1 Milnor, N. Dak. Pre-Commerce Ola!son. SI elan I) Ban try, N Dak. Auto Mechanics Ohn, Keith J. Ahnont. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Olson. Donald .1. Streeter. N. Dak Auto Mechanics Olson. Cordon O. Cando, N. Dak. Electrical Oaken. Layer A. Ireton, Iowa Auto Mechanics Pankoio, Eugene (• Wahpeton, N. Dak Printing: rearson. John L. Pelican Rapids. Minn Auto Body Dedcrson, Lyle II. Williston. N. Dak. Printing: I’elersen. Dec Wahpeton. N. Dak Liberal ArtsPeterson, Charles IV. Frederick, S. Dak. Engineering Roemnuch. Raymond U. Spiritwood. N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Pittington, Jay L. Wahpoton. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Prescott, Wilmcr J. McHenry, X. Dak. Auto Mechanics J’rcttss. Carol J. Esmond. N. Dak. Home Economics Hay. Dale .-I. Williston, N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Reams, Jack R. Lisbon, N. Dak. Pre-Commerce Revering, Philip M. Parkers Prairie. Minn. Kadio-Television Reinke, Cary C. Gardena, N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Rivinius. RcRoy R. Elgin. N. Dak. Pre-Coin merce Roberts. Richard 11. Jamestown. N. Dak. Electrical Robeson. Martin I'. Cando, X. Dak. EngineeringRogers. Dwight L. Valley City. N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Roloff. Ronald C. Parkers Prairie, Minn. Radio-Television Rosen. Erhardt M . Perham, Minn. Radio-Television Rowe. Robert II. Stanley. N. Dak. Auto Body Rudie. Orlean I’. Pelican Rapids, Minn Electrical Rukkc, J. Michael Lidgorwood, N. Dak. Liberal Arts Rnstad. Clayton II. Ashby, Minn. Rad io-Television Sandcig, Robert I). Sheldon. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Sansbnrn. Charles W ..Jr Revere, N. Dak. Electrical Schafer. Edward ll Bismarck. N. Dak. Electrical Schatz, John Jr. Temvik, N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Schauer, Floyd h Streeter. N. Dak. Radio-TelevisionShannon. James (!. Fordvlllc. N. Dak. Business Scheller, Ambrose J. Wahpeton. N. Dak. Refrigeration Schocnhorn. Crick iC. Willow City. N. Dak. Auto Body Schneider. William J. I-of or, N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Schmitz. Jake M. Dumont. Minn. Jr. College Schultz. James I). Wahpeton, N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Schwartz. Richard J. Sauk Centre. Minn. Printing Score. Eugene D. Wahpeton, N. Dak. Engineering Sender, he Rug A. McVille. N. Dak. Business Seth re. {asset A. I-'airmount, N. Dak. Pro-Education A. Severson, Richard Wimlom. Minn. Auto MechanicsSingelntan, Hubert . Wahpeton, N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Singelntan, William II’. Wahpeton, N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Skold, Marlyn E. Mekinock. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Smith, Hobart K. Lisbon. N. Dak. Electrical S net hen, Phillip A. Salem. S. Dak. Electrical Sorben. Ernest C. Fergus Falls. Minn. Radio-Television Sheridan. Jane F. Wahpeton. N. Dak. Business Education Sieins, Donald IF. Fergus Falls. Minn. Printing Sillerud, Kenneth L. Rothsay. Minn. Electrical Steffens, Lee J. Wahpeton. N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Steiger. Alfred E. Bismarck. N. Dak. Sheet Metal Stock, Kenneth E. Fargo. NT. Dak. Radio-TelevisionSt oil enow, Eileen J. Great Ben l, X. Dak. Homo Economics 7 horson, Donald D. Fargo. X. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Storhotf, liichard It. Kathryn. X. Dak. Electrical Strand, Carole .-I. Breckcnridge. Minn. Pre-Education Strei el, William Zeeland, X. Dak. Auto Mechanics Stumvoll, Gerald C. Bralnerd, Minn. Auto Body Sylling, Donald E. Shcyennc, N. Dak. Business Teif e. Ardell J, Grand Forks. X. Dak. Electrical Thom. Donald C. Jamestown. X. Dak. Auto Body Thomas, Daeid J. Sebeka, Minn. Printing Thompson, Earl I). Fargo. X. Dak. Radio-Television Thompson, Donald G. Bismarck. X. Dak. Radio-TelevisionThuen, Harold L. Mayvillc. N. Dale. Radio-Television Tobin, Arthur R. Hankinson. N. Dak. Business Administration Tomlinson. Darrel R. Brcckcnridge. Minn. Pre-Education Trillin, Lorenz R. Hankinson. N. Dak. Auto Body Timer, Lloyd C. VVIshek. N. Dak. Business Unger, Durran II. Page. N. Dak. Engineering V undent} ur(j, Richard Ypsllanti, N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Van Dyke. Harry LaMourc. K. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Viy, Raymond K. Ancta. N. Dak. Auto Body Vorwerk. James A. Parshall. N. Dak. Radio-Television Vondcrharr, Linus h Madison. Minn. Radio-Television Von linden. Charles I'. Mayvillc. N. Dak. Auto Body117 . Loretta M. Elgin. N. Dak. Business I ostad. Donna J. Wahpeton, X. Dak. Secretarial Training Watha, Raymond J. Wahpeton. X. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Walk up. John L. Campbell, Minn. Engineering W aleatne. Maynard O. Fergus Falls. Minn. Auto Mechanics Wanek, Darrel J. Wolvcrlon, Minn. Auto Mechanics West. Lynn I. Hecla. S. Dak. Auto Body Westby. Stanley E. Fairdalc, N. Dak. Auto Mechanics Weslom, Richard (). Minot, X. Dak. Auto Body Wiedrich. Roland II'. Hazen. N. Dak. Electrical Wilcox. Samuel (I. Watertown, S. Dak. Auto Mechanics Wilhclmi, Louis I'.. Jr. Ix ma. X. Dak. RefrigerationWilliams, James F. Fargo, N. Dak. Business Wilson, Rodney L. Thief River Falls, Minn. Auto Body Wolff. Dale I). Hazel ton, N. Dak. Pre-Commerce Woodward. Mary Wahpeton, N. Dak. Business Worrier. Wayne M. Wahpeton. N. Dak. Pre-Education York, Dale R. Rolette, N. Dak. Sheet Metal Young. Orin R. Riverton, Wyo. Electrical V.aUn, Elmer W. Bottineau. N. Dak. Radio-Television Zeller, Oreille . Leith. N. Dak. Engineering Zeal, toward A. Mandan, N. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Zimmerman. Richard W. Williston. N. Dak. Sheet Metal Zwack, George F. Fargo. N. Dak. Auto MechanicsAarhus. Marilyn D. Akcson. Dale V. Alinen. Kenneth It. Asleson. Miles E. Bachmeier. George J. Ballard. John It. Beecher, Gayle H. Beggcr, Leonard P. Beheng. Allan F. Berg. Allan A. Bci'gantine. Richard S. Bernhardt, Catherine A. Aascrud. Clarence R. Albers. John W. Anderson. Clayton M. Augdahl. Dennis W. Bachmeier, Maurus V. Balliet. Donald O. Bentson. Gary R. Berg. Dennis S. Bcrgh. Kenneth I). Bertram, John W. Adolf. Delmar E. Albright, Judith A. Appert. Freddy W. Baarstad. Marvin P. Bakke, Duane B. Beall. Raymond C. Benz. Carol M. Berg. Willard L. Bergquist, Lowell L. Betts, Rudolph J. 56 ■ -i'.c I ’ . K.. I i vV' ) Bildcrback. Phyllis J. Bladow, Dean R. Bohn. Dianne R. Borgerson, Bin-ton L. Bowman. Janice E. Braun. John D. Bruesch. Ronald P. Buchholz. Charles E. Bushee, Dennis W. By ram. James A. Bjorklund. Kenneth C. Bleyhl, Edward J. Bohn. Lois L. Boschce, Deanna M. Braatcn. Sissel Y. Breaky, Charles R. Brunick, John V. Buck. Janice B. Butler. George G. Carlson, Eldrcd L. Bjornson. Thomasicn E. Boe. Kenneth R. Bohn. Neil E. Bosscrt. Ralph J. Bratrud. John M. Brcnno. David A. Brinkman. Amos E.. Jr. Brodman. Joe L. Buchfink, Rodney D. Buisman. Gerald D. Butts. Michael G. Carter, Ernest L. - : a w ■ O % W Upk u Z % Irt V ft — - i A w ' J '•A ■' r s . » Christopherson. Myron L. Clown. Blaine E. Cooper. Rodney A. Dahlke. Darrel E. Dcbing. Marlys R. Decker, Raymond D. Dcibert. Sylvia A. Dihle. Duane K. Dodge. Merton G. Dozak. Dclwin D. Devick. Norma J. Dilger. Anton Doll. Patrick T. Drevecky. Harold D. Differding, Adolph A. Dobrowski. Louis S. Dosmann. Kenneth J. Drevecky. Robert T. UJ Cartwright. Robert L. Christiansen. Dale A. Clemens. Dale B. Coder. Donald V. Clemens. Raymond H. Colburn. Donald P. Crites, Gcorgianna Davis. Allan F. Cullen. Carolyn J. Davis, Richard J. Chrcst. LaVcrn E. Christenson. David L. Christiansen. Melvin F. Christopherson. Calvin O.Edenborg. William A. Ehrens, Charklinc M. Edic. Michael J. Eidsness. Grant VV. Emde. Harry H. Engh. Bruce G. Emil. Irwin L. Engslrom. Larry II Ehlcrt. Lois A. Ellickson. John I'. Erickson. Robert C. Erickson. Robert D. Falk. Alan P. Far low. Samuel R. Ferguson. Duane E. Evenson. Kenneth M. Falk. Eugene C. Fearing. Elwood L. Fiala, Charles M. Evers. Xorman M.. Jr. Pardon. Donald L. Foist. Joseph M. Finncsclh. Marian A. j • .» ) r- r f MM V: 7 • A i 4 -V , A . A.- fri — » - V " , ) jit a ifgr r Dronen. Mary E. Ebel, Duane O. Dumas. James J. Eckhoff. Roger A. Dunn. Raymond C. Eckrolh. Michael J. Engebrctson. Charles L. Erbstocsscr. Beverly A. Erickson Erick V. . rA- .3 . £ tfjfti ■’ O, Q =v ' V- : ! . I 'ishcr, Leonard M. Finn, Steiner K. I' ishcr. Robert L. Flaten, Gerald W. Fischer, Harvey C. Fisher, Robert N. ■ Flybcrg, Mclvyn C. Frahman, Shirley G. ’oertsch. John R. Franchuk. Joseph R. Formo. Laurence A. Franck, Jerry S. Fran .on. Thomas It. Fricdcrichs. David A. Franklin. Thomas J. Frcshour, James J. Frantscn. Harley A. Fried, Herbert V. Fritz, Harold J. Frovarp, John C. Fuchsgruber. Janice A. Gebhart, Grctchcn R. Garaas. Harold M. Gibson. Thomas L. Garske. Kernnt H. Gillcs, Franklin M. Gragc, Gordon L. Green. Edmond W., Jr Gira, Charles J. Green. Edith L. Chios. William I . Green, Alfred AX n - , r? W Green, Gerald L. Grimly, Gayle A. Grenz. Delores E. Grismer, Raymond J. Grinagcr. Harvey I). Gross, Edward V. Gross. Marvin Gustafson, Glenn H. Grosz. James C. GutUnccht, Donald I,. Gadding, James L. Hagen. Marlyne D. Hahn. Harley H. Ham re. Barbara J. Haider. Paul II. Hansen. Merle O. Halvorson. Curtis T. Hanson., Aivin C. Hanson. Louis H. Haring. Wayne A. Hanson. Robert It. Haroldson. Allen T. Hartley, Glenn L. Haugen. Mclford II. Hauf, Sylvester M. Haugen. Robert A. Hanson. Beverly A. Hanson, Lester W. Hanson. Russell N. Hart. Lyle D. Hauge. Christopher S. Haverty. Michael Ii. 61Hcbig, Robert A. Heinz. Frank P. Helm. Duane C. I-Icnncnfent. Gayle L. Heine. Donald V. Holland, Arden R. Helm. Marvin K. Henning:. Will A. Hennings. Shirley A. Herman. Charlie 13.. Jr. Henry. Louis L. Herzog. James H. Heinz. Bernard 1 . Helm. Arlington Hennen. Donald L. Honings. Lee A. Herman. Bernard A. Hilde. Donald W. Hinds. Riehurd E. Hodgson. Robert G. Hoffnrt. Joseph V. Hclgard, George G. Ilonrud. Arden D. Hunkins. James K. Hoffman. Lawrence E. Dolmen. Manley Ilorob. Ardell I). Huss. Edwin Holbeck. Gordon H. Honeymann. Richard E. liiimann. Larry I . Imsland, John N. 62Kastelle, Russell E. Iverson, Carl W. Janz. Ronald A. Iverson, Glen V. Jarland. Larry G. Jensen. Gerald B. Johnson. El wood C. Johnson. Allan H. Johnson. Harlan C. Johnson. Robert A. Kadlec. Francis J. Johnson. Roger W. Kaclbcrer. Christ C. Kath. Clifford L. Kaupang, Lynn B. Kcranen. Morris R. Kcminet. Clarence T. Kcranen. Wiliam B. Kim. Young Soo Kirkclie, Frank M., Jr. Kinslow, Wiliam K. Kirmis, Karen M. Jacober. Floyd C. Jensen. David E. Johnson. Edwin C. Johnson. LaVonnc M. Jordheim. Sclmcr F. Kaplor. Pete M. Kcmmct. Dchnar A. Ketterling. Palmer W. Kirkeby. Dick D. Kitzman. Donald R. Kjclland, Robert A. Klier. Richard G. Klostcrman, Arthur P. Kohler, William. Jr. Korinck, Annabelle F. Kramer. Klinton K. Klein. Bernhard W. Klontz, Timothy J. Knight. Ernest H. Koplin, Marvin W. Kouba. Lawrence H. Kramer, Orvin L. Klepetka. Adolph F. Klostcr, Martin E. Knight. Ronald E. Koppelman. Dale E. Kouba. Richard R. Kraus, George E. Krebs, Vernon J. Krctchman. Dale L. Krick. Delores M. Kuohera. James D. Kuntz. Donna L. Landstrom. Palmer A. Krumm. Earlyn J. Kudina. Raymond L. LaFrance, Francis E. Lane. Darrell D. Ktichar, George J. Kuehn, Charles D. Lamourcux, Vincent O. Lanie. Vernon P. 64I Lapp. Richard J. Larson. Frances D. Larson, Robert A. Lean. Lulu M. Lee. Jean L. Leiss. James J. Lind. Christian A. Lindquist, Gorden K. Livingston. David L. Loll. Edward E.. Ill Larsen. Leonard D. Larson. Gary R. Latimer, Lyle L. Lebakken. David A. Lchnc. Floyd J. Lemke. Robert L. Lind. John C. Linford. A. Ronald Loberg, Peter IJ. Loll. Loy L. Larsen. Luther L. Larson, Melvin II. Lean. Lorraine D. Lechner, Robert A. Leinen. Russell I Lcnz. Gerald IC. Lewis, Kay M. Liebsack. Earl W. Lindgrcn. David J. Link. Richard H. Lock. Darlene M. Lonbaken. Roger A. Lund. Duane H. Lundgren, John P. Martin. Craig M. Martin. Shirley J. Mallern. Donna M. Mayer. Joseph C . Jr. MeGurran. Terrance J. Land. Laverne J. MacDonald. Willard I). Martin. Peter J. Matejka, Vernon O. Mallern. Wendclin It. McDougal. Lois J. Lundeby. Marvin E. Mack. Daniel J. Martin, Samuel R., Jr. Mathiason. Marvin H. Matthews. John P. McFarland, Dennis It. McKay. Clayton S. McKelvcy. Richard A. Mechcls. William A. McLaren. Janice I. Mclfald, Elaine Mergner. Duane E. Mickclsen. Lester M. Melzinger. Charles M. Miller. Earl T. Me Marlin. Margaret L. Mellem. Allan C. Mickclsen. Anion D. Miller. Gerald L. Miller. Richard Millov. John A. Miller. Marlene A. Miller. Warren li. Morrell. Martin Murrav. Warren E. Morin. Theresa D. Mueller, Donald R. Nelson. C. Bonita Nelson. Lyle W. Ncwnani, Donavon A. Nichols. Don O. Miller. Leo A. Miller. Stanley D. Moen, Janet A. Morris. Coleman M. Mycr. Carl Nelson. Duane E. Nieforth. Ronald E. Nlhlll. Robert P. Nelson. Arlene G. Nelson. Geraldine Nielson. Arlcn L. Nitz. Derrell P. Notch. Brian E. Novacck. Bernard L. Novak. Leonard R. Nygaard. Darrell f • A-, 0 •SkX. I1 v wr ftlf. v »r .jr: Nics. Delmar D. Nordby. Paul O. Novacck, Richard J. Oldcrncss. Orville P. Olson. Clayton A. Olson. Harold J. Olson. Rodney D. Ornbcrg, Dennis E. OUerson. Beverly I. Pearson. Lewis A. Petal. Marlys M. Perekrcstenko. Gordon Petcrka. Robert F. Peterson, Warren L. Philips. Kennit M. Pittncr, Karen M. Olson. Delniar H. Olson. Minnie Omafray. Paul P. Oslie. Marvin O. Oxtra. Noel T. Pedersen. Merrill L. Peterson. Gloria J. Petz, Richard A. Pierce. Annette M. Platt. Jo Ann M. Olson. Glenn A. Olson. Richard O. Ordahl, lone V. Ostrcm. Vivian T. Pace, Gail M. Peightal, Walter J. Peterson. John M. Pflcgcr. Matt C. Pierce. William A. Pletcher, Glenn A. 68 f vmmk T Potter. Ricnard I). Prichard. D. Scott Pint. Leo J. Pratsclmer. Leo P. Pumarlo, Robert Quick. Victor D. Raguse. Lois K. Ran. Clarence L. Pope. W. James Prestangen. Einar M. Purcell. Gary S. Rader. M. Gail Ramsey. Ernest J. Read. Herbran C.. Jr. Ritchie. Charles R. Roberts. Thomas E. Roe. Darwyn E. Rose. Walter D. Ritter, Elaine A. Rodockcr. Howard E. Rocmmich. Ray Roth. John R. Quammo. Ralph I). Raguse. La Joy A. Randgaard. Sharon L. Rcnncrfcldt, Earl R. Rensch. Laverne T. Reuter. Sylvester J. Ritter. Ethel I. Rodriquez. Leona M. Roller. Raymond T. Rott. Clarence h. j "U r : jl i' v k a q — l ydr • -1 lJ bQ i r rv sty • JBSk 4 ' A O, • .» v V v F. .'v :h ''Ts 'Nek 1 Roll. Jerome Ruebke. Ardcc L. Sand. Shirley S. Saunders. Da roll P. Schaubcrt. Kenneth D. Schmidt. Dale J. Schmitt. Norbert C. Schocnhard. Dale D. Schreiner, Loo I . Sclnvara. Alvin K. Severson. Robert A. Skricn, James A. Rowe. Jack R. Ruzicka. Leonard F. Sar.dhofncr. Clement J. Savageau, Roger L. Schindler. Sylvester VV. Schmidt. Madonna L. Schroeder. Donald H. Sebens. Duane V. Simonson. Duane Sliper. Delores T. r r - 70 Rude. Floyd S. Snekmann. Jacob Salhrcn. Luverne D. Schaff. Patricia A. Sehliesman, Bernard E. Schmidt. Robert VV. Schwan. Ignatius A. Severson. Norman L. Skoog. James A. Sminesvik. Norman V.T Smith. Dorothy M. Soeha. Richard A. Sorlicn. Gerhard M. Spoonor. Glen L. Stamncss. Audrey .1. Steffens. Lowell E. Stewart. Dale S. Stock moc. Lloyd J. Streeter. Janies M. Such. Donald J. Smith. Jerry G. Solum. Marcn A. Sosalla. James L. Spoonhcim. Darlync J. Staudinger. James V. Stcffcs. Elizabeth M. Snapp. Janet G. SondI'd. Allan 13. Sperr. Jean I. Stalin. Arthur A. Stcenbock. Donn D. Stcinman. Harvey E. Stcnoicn. Douglas V. Stevenson. John P. Stockort. Ralph I- Stoffcl. Peter P. St. Germain. Arthur J. Slockmoc. Lyle D. Struble. Stanley W. Swanson. Alb:n L. Strobe!. Eugene E. Svedberg. Lome M.Swendsrud. Sybil I. Syvcrtson. C.arv R. Thompson. Roland I,. Tobol t. Roger L. Swenson. Ii. James Thody, Jay A. Thoreson. Orland E. Toflc. Otto C. Swenson, Mel vein L. Thompson. George A. Thorson. Thclmar R. Trom, Keith O. Tufto. Donald E. Vantrics. James A. Vetter. Joe Volden. Eugene A. Volk. Leonard J. Wandler. Leon E. Wanner. Wilfred P. Wasness. Donald S. Urang. Ardcan L. Vcnaas. Charles L. Wald. Donald R. Wandler. Richard D. Warfield. Glenn R. Wat land. Roy E. Vaagen, Theda L. Vermillion, Sylvester L. Waldera. Darryl D. Wangler. Romaltus Warwick. Wayne L. Wawcrs. Paid L.Weber. Allen r . West. Dale J. Wheeler. Donna M. Wiemann. Harvey S. Williams. Robert w. Wilts. Patty L. Webster. Jay C. Wettstein. Roland S. White. Glen R. Wild. John L. Wilmot. William H. Witty. Leslie E. Werner. August Wetzel. Orville Widmer. Elmer D. Willey, Darwin R. Wilson. Grant E. Wolf. Leo E. Wolfe. Rosclla Wyckoff. Gary G. Wolfswinkcl, Leslie A. Yaggic. Charles D. Wolf. Robert J. Wolf. Wayne R. Wright. Delbert W. Ycllowhammcr, W. G. Young. Andrew E. Young. Thomas J. Young. Donald E. Zimmerman. Irvin R. Young. Shirley A. Zink. Leo H.First row. left to right: Mr. Witt mutt. Lamourcux. Quarnmc, Jar land. K. Kramer. Kloster, Dunn. Second row: K. line. Vermillion. Keen son. Stewart. Kaupang. V. Und. Philips. Third row: II. Herman. Fiala. (i. Jensen. Volk. Etude, Wetzel. Turret!. A'. Severson. first i rar auto meclmnies First row. left to right: It. Schmidt. J. Howe. Kckroth. Kodocker. L. Hanson, (irosz, Honeymann, Orismer. Second row: Kascman. L. Lund. Hildc. Love joy, Kaplor, White, Schoenhard. li. Itoemmich. Third row: it. Larson. A. Mickelscn. Doll. II'. Tierce. Emit, Kaelberer. H. Johnson. I). Schmidt. Grnge. 76First rote, left to right: Mr. Xeperud. Cress, Ilcnncn. Sackman. Sclmartz. It rod man. G. Larson. Second roar Leiss. IVangler. A. Young. Koplin. Syeertson. Gustafson, flrtlctvcdt. Third row: Uoffrr, Itrunick. Unroll. L. Larson, ttrinkman. J. Itott, S. Haul. swontl if on r a it I o iiiroliiinirs First rote, left to right: Mr. Olson. IK. Strrifel. IK. Schneider. Kosir, Schatz. Skold. Illoutn. Mr. Schuetl. Second rote: llardenberg. Ilachman. L. Steffens, Koepplin, 0. Anderson. I,. Johnson. I). Olson. M. Morn. il. Anderson. U. Severson. Copelan. Wilcox. Third rote: Waleatne, Keyes. Iteinke. Scheck. Ilroten. Filing son, X. Xelton, O. Aaserud. Ileib, Prescott. IVanek, IK. Uetland. Moore. 7?if on era I inoo.lianics Fir si row. left to right: Hoc. M er finer. Formo, It. Olson. T. Young, Units, Matejka. Second row: McFarland, It. Wolf. Urn nun, (i. Thompson. Oslie. Fratscliner. Stalin. Third rote: ;. Carlson. Tofte. Flyherg, Kttnze. hit char Intsland, llaroldson, Morrell. Fir si row. lei I lo right: Haunt gar liter, Jacobcr, Holla rd. I). Young. I). Simonson. Second row: It. Hanson. Ilalrorson, Xickols. Dihlc. Frantsen. Zink, Van tries, Tuflo.travtor anil ilirsrl First row, left to right: Mr. Hisek, Kilbor, Stthr, It. Morris, Helgcrson, ' .oiler. Second rote: Hyba, Carlson. Samuelson, K. Anderson, Tench, Kralheim, debar. Hurley. Third row: F.. Wolfe. Ileisler, Mock, Ityckman, Hath, Gill. ha air rroaoniirs First row. left to right: Kubc. Gronbeck. Face, Filtner, Hen:. M. l.arsson. Derick. Second row: McMartin, It. Larson, Fie miner. Lain Lean, Lorraine Lean. Stoltenow, Hartlett. Anderson. Freass, Stoutness, Hager. 79First row. left to rif ht: Hot (art. J. Stevenson, Mr. Itosley. ll Keranen, M. Keranen. Second rote: St ruble. (I. Iverson. Matthews. Sclnmbert. I), Itakke, Tram. Third row: flange. (',. Olson. C. Martin. It. Drevecky. first i rar radio First row. left to right: Mr. Itjorke. Akeson. If. Olson. It. Swenson. I!. Erickson. Second row: It. Sorncck. Schroeder. t). Ilery. Miller. ('. Iverson. Flan. C. Olson. Third row: L. Kouha. Kohler. It. Konbn. Clemens. I). Wright. It. Xovacck. II’. Witmot. SOFirst roir. left to rif ht: Mr. Cnkenholz. (intknechl. S. Miller. H Wolf, If chip. Second rote: Stenoien. M. Swenson. J. l.ee. II'. Murray. Ritchie. R. Thompson. Adolf. Feist. Third row: ). .and. (’. Ansernd. Franchuk. ('. Herman, Mueller. R. Hanson. Skorirk. Rinsloir. umatvnr radio First row. left to rif lit: McAdams, (’. Olson. Hert antine, f.nRocf tie. Skrien. Second row: !). IV rif ht. If. Olson, f.nnyren. Schroeder. Kartell. .Xorncek, R. Frickson. It. Xoracek. McClure. SIfirst i var vlvvt rival First rou left to right: Mr. l.undgren, Doris, Hodgson, Wiemann, Fletcher, Coder. Second rote: Holler. Hachmeier, Xolch. hirers. Ilelteng. (lira, Krebs. Third rote: lluchtink. (I. Olson. Ilorgerson, Fresltottr, Such. Wild. 82 First rote, left to right: I). X el son. Kramer. La France. T. Roberts, Schtiesman. Xorak. Second rote: hi. Johnson, II'. Miller, II’. (lilies, II'. Iterg, Ramsey. Frorarp, Itossert. Third rote: Sondrol, It. Fischer. Hngebret- son. Metzinger, Warwick, M. Larson.First row, left to right: Mr. Lundgren. I shau g. Moe. Hudie. Curtis, (! riff in. Second row: f,in mil. Uedstroin, Hagaman. H. Smith. Ilammnrgren. E. Johnson. Third row: Moe. (ianskop, Schafer. IVicdrich. '. Higgs. Hireley. see out I year eleetrienl i____ First row. left to right: Mr. Lundgren. Sillerud. horensberg. G. Olson. Flanagan. Tcigc. Second row: ('. l anssen, Koch, Huberts, Guthmilter. G. Cartwright. E. Amundson. Storhoff. Third row: Itreeik. Suet hen. H. Jenson. (Jerald. Amesbury. 83srrontl near radii First rote. left to rif ht: Mr. Allen. It. Unite. Feinier, Vonderliarr. Hrophy. It. Larson. Second rote: H Hurt, It. tSnkke, U. Johnson, .Hinder, Scliancr. Third rote: .aim, t . Hollc. I or tier k, Mr Adams, McClure. First row. tell h rif lit: Mr. Melsted. A a sc. (i. Meyer. t . Anderson. Ash, Mahno. Second rote: Kinkheiner, Frostie. Stock. T linen. Foss. Feans. Third row: I). Jenson. It. Thompson, M ox ness. Freeman. 1 inseer k. SIT Hrst rote, left to right: Quick, J. Braun, R. Knight. EckhofT, Link, Bergantine, A’. Bohn. Second row: Kim. E. (iiltcs, Milloy, Fclland. Medurran. loverly, Wnsness, R. Fisher, Jordheiin. Third row: C. Kuehn, Thor son. Boring, .-I. Folk. Blodow. Fortow, Heine. Sosollo. firsI anti srroni! i rur rnfjinorrs First row. left to right: M'alkup, CrufT, .-1. Johnson. C. f’eterson, Zeller, Monger, Eicert. Second row: Skrien. Itleyhl. Lindquist. Sieforth. Sminesvik. W. Smith. Dodge. Third row: Feigel, McKeleey, Volden, Busch, Belland, Beecher, Tobolt, Robeson.first row. left to right: face. G. Kelson. Aarhus. L. tlohn. I.. Loll. Derick. Hilgers. Second row: fleinle. K mi nek. A. Kelson, floxchce. Otter son, Eliter t. It an gar d. McLaren. Lock. Will. Third rote: I insvcrk. Itiriniiis. K. ttohn. iXoracek. C. Peterson, teams. It. Johnson. Eckoff, Vortperk, Schmitz, E. Loll. rhorus first rou left to right: D. Doha, J. Gronbcck, Grindy, K. Lewis. A. Pierce. Second row: L. liaguse. Strand. L. liaguse. Eltrens. Kens. Droaten, G. Peterson. Ordahl. Third row: liakke, I). Derg, Dahl. Kasper, IImix. Itukke. Sethre. Mu fenbicr. Johnsgard. C. Morris. Heinz. 86Melodic Caravan, first raw: Vice. Ordahl, Aahrus. Loll. Kobe, Lewis. Second row: For low Set ire. J. Unguse. IIt a g use. Item, Grindy, Fierce. Third row: Olderness. ft. Johnson. Freeze. Steinnian. Kasper. Itukke. Johns- yard. Not pictured: Sheridan. I). Dahl. Derick. K. Loll. ... at rehersat A representative group of the SSS Chorus combine voices to form the Melodic Caravan which tours high schools in a 75-mile radius of Wahpeton, publicizing the facilities that our school has. Miss Esther Schulz. Choir Director, practicing with Sam Farlow, Jim Freese. Mary Kube, Gail Face. 87first ifoor ilroflini anil ostiinatini First rote, left to right: Albers, Kirkelie, Louie. Stein man. Decker, Prichard, Haugen. Svedberg. Second rote: Hahn. Pope. II. Johnson, Christopherson. Head. A. . iclson, Kastelle, Wettstein. Ituzicka, Hose. Third rote: J, Peterson, J. Lind, I). Olson, P. Marlin. IV. Peterson. Wald. C. Mger. sooonil floor ilroflioij anil ostimatinff First rote, left to right: It. Klein. Yandcnburg. Fillers. Herfindahl. Ferguson. M. Anderson. Ilegdahl. Uogers. Second rote: Mr. Robertson. Zent. It. Lee. Grobe. A . Singehnan. J. Schultz. YanDyke, Mayfield. K under t. Grenz. Third rote: II'. Singehnan. Fslinger. Thor son. Vet liters. Harper. Wacha. G. Miller. Horner. SSFirst rote, left to right: L. Fischer, Cochrane, Julson. A Johnson, fleinke, Von linden. Second rote: (). Tlioreson. Prescott, Feigel, K. Miller, Colehank, Wangler. Spooner. Third rote: Anderson, Smith. Streifel Schliesman, llroten. stintent wires eluh First rote, left to right: Sondrol. Foss. Ilateleg. Young. Gross, Gutknecht. Second rote: II. Fischer. Clemens, lingers, ficbhahn. Decker. Third row: Kosir, Ferguson. Iluss, Pearson. 89first t var auto bod if First row, left to rif ht: Mr. Johnson. Dosnutnn. II. Swenson. Hoffman, It. Klein. .Xewnam. Skoog. Ruisnian. Second row: iX. Schmitt. K. dross, {enter. Drnwbaugh. Hyram, Ilegger, Haider. .-1. Herg, f.app. Klepetka. Schindler. Schreiner. Third row: Widmer. Kan. M client. Cartwright. F. Johnson. Stacker!. Latimer, Him kins. ftennerfeldt, firnesch, Franzen, Foertsch. sot-outI ijrar auto tuulif First row. left to right: K. Wilson, Manck. J. Anderson. Stumvoll, {. Thom. M. tXelson. Mr. Fisher. Mr. Seenkesen. Second row: L. Heck. I). Olson. Krieger. d. Heck. Vig. Holte. McLaughlin, 'fritten. Koran. Hanmgartner. C. Miller. Albangh. Third row: H'estom. Schoenborn, H. Fischer. J. Hear son. Meidinger, J. Murphy. Von linden. K. Howe. L. West, Ifaakenson. 90First row. left to right: ‘(tec, ). Holm, Grind y, Otterson, Iran ten. Aar has. Urn:. Second row: M. Larsson, Uroin, Syrrrtson. Kastelle. Head. It. Severson. II. Johnson. McLaren, Vostad. Third row: Eckhoff, I). Olson, IV. Peterson. ). Aascrnd. L. Steffens, Itnkke. ft. Knight. Toholt. J. Peterson. t . Point. lathcraa students association Unth Lerud LSA Counselor First row. left to right: Miss Schul:. L. Point, Puck, F. Larson, Gronbeck, Lewis, Derick. Second row: P. Larson. L. Lean. K. Anderson. Preuss. Partlett. L. Lean. Hartmann. R. Johnson. Sethre, E. flitter, Stnmncss. Third row: A. Mickelscn. f ebig. Schroeder. C. Aaserud. Fearing. S. Miller. L. Mickelsen. Adolf. Kilber, Schwarz. 91hirst roic. left to right: Under, h uchsgruher, Sliper, lloscliee. Korinek. M. Miller, Lock, Second rote: h'inneseth, Uandgnard. KhlerI. Ililgers. Will. L. Itaguse. F. Larson. E irons. I'lnlt. A. Kelson. E. titter. Hack. Third row: Itieinius, Werner, It. Johnson. Aitgdnhl. Vetter, Engli. It. Olson. shut fa seribv amI seroll Chicago hound—Marlene Miller. Lois Itaguse. Darlene Lock. Lois llohn. Members of the business club sponsored such fund raising activities ns a raffle, three one-act play, and concessions at a number of school functions to finance their spring trip to Chicago. 92First row. left to right: Ordahl, Gebhart, Kaspers, Vast ad, McCullough. Grindy, llraaten. Second row: Miss Hanson, (i. Nelson. Aarhus. Feist, Sheridan. Itrain. McLaren. I). Hohn. Otterson. Strifes. C. Frierson. L. Hahn. Fierce. Third row: f.undgren, Sorlien. Nies, C. Kott. Feterka, Heall, Neperud. Itcsenek. SchafT, fleinle. Club officers and board of directors, first row: Will, Heinz, Treasurer Ordahl. Lock, !rain. Vice ’resident Loll. Second daw: ft. Johnson. Itivinius. Advisor Miss Hanson. Fresident Kasper, Freese. 93lab nvirman First rate, left to rif ht: Fuchsgruher. thinking, Waldera. M. Miller, Heinz, Sleffes, Unger. Second row: Miss Morris. Under. Lock. Werner, Uuverty, Millay. Hergantine. Horner, Hilgers. Ehlert. Third row: Wold. F. Cities. Frnnchuck. Kasper. Mueller. Freese. MutJenbier, Vetter, I). Lund. McKelrey. II rod man, oracek. Wanner. Officers: Frank Heinz, Vice President. Karen Pittner, Secretary, Father Mehok and Miss Morris, Advisors. Darrell Waldera. President. Marlene Miller, Treasurer.i onnif ih'inorruts First row, left to right: Guggenmos. Miss Morris, linger, Wheeler, Strand. Second rote: Face. I,. Hag use, Kasper. Miss Hanson. Kastelle, Herzog. Muffenhier, ,-t. Fierce. briclilaifors First rou left to right: McMangile. Kkholt, Hanson, Ilygg. Gordon. Second row: Faulson, I). Johnson, Mitchell. M. Nelson. K. Nelson. Mr. Kelley. DOmrujvraiiun First row M. dross . . . ... ij(’„ike, Oxlra. K. Clemens. Kralrtid. Far den. Waivers. Second row: . lr. h. I'eiersun. ,. o r,V • .Meyer. I.. Pearson, Mr. {owe. Third row: Fleisher, hiss. Scheller, Huier, :. (.ardner, Heytr, . Wilhelmi, Jones. pluinhiiiff First row. le t to right: Khlke, Mcssncr. Hrcndalen. Ciller. Eisemnn, Mr. Dietz. Second row: Thompson. Morin. Chaput. Kenner, Amborn. Syhns. Crossman. Third row: IVies, Gauslad, llarthan. Syverston.science srhool bantI First row, left to rifjht: Under, Strand, bock, Crindy, llaverty, Vostnd. ttroin, Larsson. Second row: Moss, Johnsyard. Fttrlow, Gugyenmos, Itnkkc. Sethre. Skrien. Third row: liohn, Fierce, Heall, Ktostcr. Fourth row: Milloy, Johnson, Hurley, Schmitz. Mr. Cherniak, Steffes. tlukke, Fit I nor. “(Join Fah Fall" Dick Johnson Mike ttukke, snore drum, and Hay Cherniak, pinch-hitting on the bass drum.First row. left to right: Urn:. I). Holm, debitort. I’ittner. Crindy. Second row: Derick. I). Petcrsen.Kube, Khrens, Hartlrtt. Ilraaien. A. Fierce. Third row: L. Leon. F. Anderson. L. Leon. Preuss. II. Larson. saeajairea el it It First row. left to right: Larsson, ItagusC, Slipcr. Under, Fuchsgruber. Hoschee. Vos tad. Second row: (I. .Xetson, Fhlcr I. Finneseth. Ilroin. Lock. Platt. Hack. Strifes. Third row: Uilgers, M. Miller. Will. Scholl. lleinle. OSFirst rote, left to right: L. Loll. Korinck. Aarhus, Face, Hager. Cronbeck, Lewis. Second rote: Miss lloholl. IIlohn, McLaren. L. Raguse. M. Schmidt. Otterson. E. Ritter, McDougal. Third rote: (luggennws. Strand. E. Larson, Hernhardt, Flemntcr. . . . tfirls ori anization Officers and hoard of directors: Treasurer Lock, Secretary L. Raguse, Sliper, ,. Bohn. Loll. Advisor Miss Roholt, President Dee Petersen, J. Raguse. The Sacajawca Club is the largest girl's organization on campus. It sponsors our annual winter formal. 99first livin' print vrs I «- First rou left to right: Streeter, (I. Wilson, Akeson, M. Helm. Thoreson, Mr. Kindc. Second row: Wanner, Fearing. Ruehke. Klontz. Remind. Franck. Third row: Uehsack. G. Green. Hath. Khel, Dilger. sworn! nvar printvrs First row. left to right: Thomas. Ilaux. Ashmore. Schwartz. Hummel. Carroll. Second row: Docktcr. Haider, Hartmann. R. Hansen. L. Pederson. R. Johnson. Cochrane. Mr. Adams. Third row: Pankow. Haig. Nash, Grossman, Julson. Morales. 100sheet metal First rote, left to right: Hawley. Edwards. Bergquisl. York. Cochrane. Mr. Uokenson. Second row: Steiger. . (iarberg. II. Miller. Hearns, ft. Zimmerman. Flaten. Willey. I . Iletland. F. Falk. I.. Baker. Third row: Carter. Miller. Standinger. Kngstrom. Vogeler. Sathren. I.rhne, M. Hanson. Kirkeby, I’erekrrstenko. machine shop and tveldintj First row. left to right: Pint. Ilolgard. Mickelsen. Dumas. Mr. Smith. Second row: Mechels. McKay. It. Severson, (irinager. L. Wandter. A. West. K. Knight. Sand. 101 .9.76 hotniwominij King Cordon Amundson, mid the Queen’s Attendants. Diannt Holm and Jane Sheridan. Her Majesty. Donna Yost ad. reigned over our 1956 Homecoming. 101Queen Donna and King (lardy; attended by Lloyd Slockmoe. Dianne Holm. Jane Sheridan and Hilt Schneider. Jlesults of the royal election teere kept secret until the evening of the Coronation; Emcee Dale Wolff, made the official announcement. Waldo Ashmore and John Milloy mere general co-chairmen of the three-day celebration, October 18, 19, and 'JO. Activities included: a pep rally and bonfire, coronation ceremony, coke dance, parade, victorious game with the Jamestown Jimmies, and Homecoming Dance featuring Hal Garvin's Orchestra. 106SSS Hand made their marching debut in the homecoming parade. 107 Auto Mechanics tout, awarded first prise. "Jolting the Jimmies" by firelight. Jsaranurvn vluh Hiss Hoholt, Sacajatcea Club advisor, serves freshmen, Itevcrly Hanson, Karen Hi I liter, and Marius Helzl. 109 llelly lleinle presents freshmen. Hally Wills and l.orctla Wilt, with name-lay ear say es. The annual lea welcomes freshman girls as Saca-juicca (Tub members.at- One is not enouyh tor Spence U o k e n s o n ! Donee featured music by Jimmy Thomas Floor show featured skit. "The Lamp Went Out" Cast: Wayne Warner, Larry Johns-yard. Jim Kucher a. Darrel Tomlinson, and Dale McCullough, narrator.iligilS fftifiiri ffrtff 112 Time to Sign Mail Call Hast ot playwright. Ibsen, decorate s Campus. iim min-urmith a n l»s ffir in ilamu Chaperones:!: Floor Show Fnlertamers—Art Hapa. Mike ftukke, Ron Holt 113 Donna Yoxtail chosen prettiest coed at SSS. WDA Y-TV, Fargo, selects her Queen of Queens.uifturnsiv’s s h i-t ion o Gary Iteinke—Auto Mechanics student from Gardenia. iXorth Dakota. Gary is a member of the Student Cabinet, representing the trade school; 'resident of the Auto Mecli Club: and teas general chairman for the 1957 Mardi Gras. Duane Herfindahl—Drafting and Estimating student from Lake Dark. Minnesota. Duane is f‘resident of the Drafting and estimating Club and acted as student manager of purchases for the Mardi Gras. He designed the Carer and divisional pages of this 1957 Agateasie. Dale Wolff—Accounting and easiness Management major from Hazelton. tXorth Dakota. Dale is active in Shutta Scribe and Scroll and the Science ft aiding Team. He teas chairman of the 1956 Senior Deception and acted as Master of Cermonies for the 1956 Homecoming festivities. most ronrosontutiro student Dec Petersen—Liberal Arts student from ll'ahpeton. Dec is President of flic Sacajawca dirts Club and active in Inter Varsity and Co-Age Fellowship. 115 liolnnd llaux—Printing student from McCIttsky. .Xorth Dakota, inland's activities include Chorus and the 550 Vets Club. He served as makeup editor for the Dakota Scientist during his two years at Science School. Larry Johnsgard—Pre-Medical student from Wahpcton. He is active in Hand and Chorus. Larry sang in a number of special music groups, including the 1056 and 1957 Kam-pus l ings. He appeared in the 1956 and 1957 Mardi Crus Scandals.the ihiheti h'dilor race conferring iciU» re- h 'te„ Gait Under. Janice y Lyruber. and Hetty Steffen. ,"L Harr resigned her pos.t.an in January. {on Hriggs. second year printer, set type for the Scientist. Hay Lcicis became editor-in-chief in January: here she is icorking on layout with (iayte. (irindy and Joy liagusc.Editors................Kay Lewis. Gail Pace Assistant Editor.........David Livingston Sports Editor.......................Wayne Worner Campus Briefs.........................Joy Raguse Alumni Notes.............Donald Cochrane News Reporters........Gail Rader, Janice Fuchsgruber, Gayle Grindy, Karen Pittner, Betty Steffes, Lyle Pederson, Roland Haux, ArDee Ruebke and Dale Wolff. Make-up Editors......................Lyle Pederson. Roland Haux Faculty Advisor............Gordon A. Plum First row. left to right: Coyle Grindy. Gail Under. Janice Fuchsgruber. Kay Lewis. Center: Gait Face. Third row: Ifetty Steffes, Lyle Pederson, Joy Hog use, Arlen Nielson, Dale Wolff, Hetty ffeinle. 117 tracttea f aarses First rote, left to right: Crites. Spoon Heim. Xelson. Mocn. Rodrigues. Met fold. Deibert. Cullen. Second rote: Krick. Ostrem. Mnttern. Yount . Ritter. Snapp. Martin. Stcensrud. Rjornson. Howman. Moren. Third rote: liinnis, Henning. Sperr. Iluinre. Hagen. Van gen. Frahnutn, Albright. Dronen. 1 ISMADE H S EAm SSS Chorus and Hand presented the annual Christmas concert. mvrrn chrislmas At the Christmas Dance, Mari Kube and (Irani Wilson take time out for punch. Music by Guy DeLeo. Sew Year’s baby. Stay McCullough, and St. Sick. Jim Kuchera. with other floor show participants: Gayle Grindy, Dick Kasper. Sissel Itraulon, Mike Hukke, Kay Lewis, Larry Johnsyard. Korina Decik. Crank Heinz. 119Scandals cast, center: Hun Holt. Art flaga. Left to right: Jim Freese. M.C., John Milloy. Xornui Derick, Mike Hllkke, Jane Sheridan, tone Ordahl. Sissel Uranian, Larry Johnsgard. Karen Fit liter, Sam Furloic. Mutual Admiration Society tlauana Itoat Feature Mardi Gras attraction, the Science Scandals of 1957 was presented under the auspices of the Student Cabinet. Musical varieties, developed by director, Ted Stelton, were set in the Old South—New Orleans. 120If hi 7 miirili ijrtis Loy Lull crowned Queen of the 1957 Mttrdi Crus by Dick Kasper, Student Cabinet President. Gary Reinke acted as general chairman for this 3rd annual Mardi Gras. The profits of the evening will provide for the construction of a sign on Dakota Avenue to direct visitors to the campus. Doha. Amundson, I’elzl voting for their favorite queen candidate. Sharpshooters! 121march of tlime.% rart tiers — Her and Harney miners. Music by I’resloit Lore's Orchestra. hermit (larskc presents gilt to “Campus Cowboy" Alvin Hmimgartner. ( orral Gals: S i s s e I lima ten. Gail Pace. Her Otterson. Her Hilgers. Loretta Will, Mrs. Dale Schroenhard. 122Rodney Thompson honored nl all-school assembly as "First OOOth StudentHere, with 'resident a n d Mrs. IInvert y. sss inili’s one Rodney enrolled in the twelve week Rlumbing course. Herb Dietz, plumbing instructor shows him a few “tricks of the trade." 12.'i Mr. Xor d guard presents him with a tuition scholarship.enpid's Grand March led by Dee Petersen, President of the Sacajaicea Club. Music by George Schoen’s orchestra. Sacajaicea Club sponsors annual winter format. 121castle Floor show, directed by Esther Schulz, featured ensemble sinyiny a medley of Victor Herbert's sonys. First row, left to riyht: Jim Freese. Jack {earns, Hon Dahl, harry Johnsyard, Jane Sheridan. Gail 'ace. Ilee Otterson. Second row: Chuck Sunby, Sam Farlow, Hick Kasper, Mike {ukke. one Ordahl, Carol Hen:, Sissel traaten. f ay Lewis. Art llaya, ('oral Item, tee Otterson. Derrell Xit: pose in front of the sweetheart's entrance to C u p i d ' s Castle. letween dances: Gretchen Gebharl. Hale Wolff, Warren Peterson, Dianne Bohn. 125' list. She's .1 Man Student Director. Frank Heinz Cast, pictured left to right: Leif at Hieinius, Hetty Strifes. Huh Heterka. lone Ordahl. Marlene Miller. Frank Heinz. om» net pin if s foil sfvllnn. iliroefin- "I Shall He Waiting” Student Director. Dick Kasper Cast, pictured left to right: Jane Sheridan. Darryl Waldern. Dick Kasper. Marlgs Felzl. Lloyd Stockmoe. "The City Slicker and Our Little A’ell” Cast, pictured left to right: Hail Under, lid Loll. Herald Hezenek. Gretchen Gebhart. Jack fleams, Gayle Grimly, Gerry Hugh, Lois llaguse. Darlene Lock. 127Our photographers, Arlen . ielson anti Alan Keans, developing prints. 128 tujawasie Log Loll, Jane Sheridan. Donna Vast ad. Lois Itohn checking logouts. Editor..............Lee Ann Broin Business Manager.. .Franklin Gilles Adminstration.........Mike Haverty Organizations.......Marion Larsson Donna Vostad School Life... Mary lea Guggenmos Sports..................Sam Farlow Franklin Gilles Business Manager Section editors, Mike avertg and Sain Far-low scout through the Agaivasie room files for information.Cordon Plum and Vernon Hektner. Advisors, with Lyle 'ederson, checkinf first ran off press. staff Lee Ann Brain Editor M ary lea (1 u ygen in os, Marian Lars son, Mary Kuhe tear king on make, up and layout. 129 Advertising.............John Milloy Working Staff.........Jane Sherdian Loy Loll, Lois Bohn Photographers..........Allen Evens Arlen Nielson Advisors.....................Vernon Hektner Gordon Plum John Millay and Hutch Cities solicil oul-of-town advertisers.1956-57 Cheerlending Squad: Carol Hen;. Captain Hetty fleinle. Sylvia Deibert, Rosalia Wolfe. Ilonnie Kelson. Reorganized Squad: Rita F roe hie r, Donna Johnson, Captain Carol Ren:. Janice Fox. Captains Carol Benz Betty Hoi 132font bull There il (joes!Clay Ian McKay A aland Well stein Jim Kslinger Gerald Meyer John Ungaman. Co-Caplain ijvidiviH NDIAC 1956-57 Conference Standings V L T PCT TP OP Jamestown 1 1 1 .750 123 58 Mayvillc 1 2 0 .667 85 53 Dickinson 1 2 0 .667 100 91 Wahpcton 3 2 1 .583 70 •11 Minot 3 2 1 .583 106 78 Bismarck 3 3 0 .500 115 74 Ellcndalc 2 •1 0 .333 15 80 Valley City 1 2 3 .200 27 •16 Bottineau 0 6 0 .000 0 159 Calein Ch risloffcrson 134 Allen Meyer Dean liladoic Chuck MeyerI U'ttwmvn i I I li)5( -57 Season Record Wahpcton Science ..........21— Ellemlalc . Wahpeton Science ........... 9— Minot Wahpcton Science ...........33— Bottineau . Wahpeton Science .......... 0— Valley City Wahpeton Science .......... 9— Bethel..... Wahpcton Science ..........25— Jamestown Wahpcton Science............ 0— Mayvillo . .. ; i 1 f E S c 1 ■ 2 1 : i 4 | f Marc llneh, Co-Captain i (Not pictured. Dale McCullough) First rou left to right: Smith. C. Meyer. A. Meyer. Teige. tt. Johnson. Young. Uagaman, Inch. C. Meyer. McCullough. Hlndow. Second rote: Student Manager DuYall. Waivers. Fslingcr. McLaughlin. Christopherson. McKay. Mon non. Lon ha ken. Fearing. Pelcrka, II 'ettstein. verson. Third rote: Assistant Coach Patterson. Wilson. Pierce, Dunn. Christiansen. Amundson. t clson. Kitzman. Cameron. Franck. Wald era. Coach lute. Football Coach “Skip" lute and his assistants. "Pat” Patterson and F.d Werre. «• HV’l’f 9°t I''"1 non. fellotes.” 136Roger Lonbaken scores against Itismarek. Sylvester Vermillion stretches lor a lay-up. Hill Smith pursued to the hoop. Amundson has his rye on the hall. 137Dean llladow 195G-57 Season Record Wahpcton Science.......... 19 Wahpeton Science.......... 58 Wahpcton Science.......... 62 Wahpcton Science.......... 69 Wahpcton Science.......... 66 Wahpcton Science.......... 61 Wahpcton Science.......... 62 Wahpcton Science.......... 61 Wahpeton Science.......... 73 Wahpcton Science.......... 67 Wahpcton Science ......... 18 Wahpeton Science.......... 72 Wahpeton Science.......... Wahpcton Science.......... 65 Wahpeton Science.......... 68 Wahpeton Science.......... 78 Wahpeton Science.......... 72 Wahpeton Science.......... 57 Wahpeton Science.......... 81 Wahpeton Science.......... 66 — Moorhead .................. 89 — Bismarck .................. 62 — Ellcndalc ................. 66 — Valley City................ 93 — Bethel .................... 83 — Northwestern .............. 76 — Bemidji ................... 89 — Bismarck .................. 98 — Dickinson ................. 96 — Valley City ...............102 — Jamestown.................. 75 — Bottineau ................. 61 — Mayville .................. 78 Bottineau .................. 61 Minot....................... 96 Mayville ................... 90 — Minot......................107 — Ellcndalc ................. 67 — Dickinson ................. 92 — Jamestown.................. 76 (.Xol lectured. Cordon Amundson) Kenneth Keen.son Carl leer.son 13S Hob Erickson Wayne Haringmv it rival cagvi's tXDIAC Standings Valley City ... .. .15 1 .938 Minot H 2 .875 Mayville ...10 •1 .711 Ellcndalc .. • ■ 8 .187 Jamestown ... ... 6 7 .102 Bismarck .... ... 6 8 .129 Dickinson .... ... 6 0 .100 Wahpcton .... ... 2 13 .133 Bottineau ... 0 16 .000 Kill Smith Sylvester I ermillion. Captain Roger Lonbaken Hoy Love joy dene tenner Alan talkH ask vt ball Coach, Ed ll'crrc, and Student Maria f cr. It race Du Vail. Eyes are on Vermillion, poised in air. 110 Left to right: Smith. Vermillion, Haring. Falk. Lonbaken, llladow. Evenson. Lore joy, tenner. Iverson. Erickson. Xot pictured: (,'ordy Amundson.Whitehall and Reynolds buttle it out. Ml bo.vuifi Right on the nose. The headless aggressor.' Science's Don Moore takes one on the ear at the Minneapolis meet.f oltlen f lorrs John Stevenson's right cross glances off Laurence Walker as they hot tie in the semi-final lightweight bout. Clayton McKay and Sam Walker mix it up for the district middleweight championship. G r i m a c i n g featherweights Jerome Hishop and lieuben Whitehull, in Golden Glove opener. 112IVahpeion Sectional ('.olden Clove Champions: Heavyweight Frank Rorsheim. Lighthravyweight Marv Hack. Middleweight Clayton McKay. Welterweight Hon Moore. Light weight Laurence Walker. Featherweight Fred Ironeycs, Hantamweight Sharold Reynolds, Flyweight Don Archamhault. Six of the Wahpcton Sectional champions. McKay. Moore. Walker. Ironeycs. Reynolds, and Archamhault. won their opening fights at the Minneapolis Upper Midwest Tournament. McKay. Moore, and Reynolds lost their semi-final bout. The Fort Yates boxers. Walker. Ironeycs and Archamhault. were injured in a car accident enroute to Minneapolis. and were unable to compete in the final fights. Science Roxing Coach, Cordon Patterson, and Golden Cloves Regional Director, George Brackin.Radio and Printers lassie over the ball. Ml Jump ball bet ween Auto Mech and Refrigeration. General Mech Engineers .. Printers .... Auto Mech II General Mech Radio I _____ Refrigeration Commercial Radio II . Junior College Electrical ... Machinists .. Auto Mech I Drafters .... Sheet Metal . Diesel .....T Intramural Basket ball Champs—Commerce Team, pictured left to right: Winter, Engh, Wolff, McCullough. Loll. Odegard. Augdahl. Freese. Hearns. Wald era. Commerce and Radio II play for the championship. Runners up. Radio II. pictured left to right: M. Kcranen, W. Her anen. Trom, A sole son. Schaubert, Alinder. Derg. Flaa. Jensen, Rasscn. 1-15The Stale Tournament at Grand Forks will see the Science bowling: team defend the championship they have held for the past two years in unorganized state bowling, the participating teams of which were organized into the Louie Strack League this season. 11G SSS HOlV J.Xd TEAM, left to right: Erhardt Rotten. David Livingston, Charles Each hols. Dave Lebakken, Rodney ttakke. Captain Dale Wolff. Louie Strack League Standings (Second-half standings as of April 15. 1957) SSS Howling League Standings Dale Wolff. President Pre Med ............... 39 21 Electrical ............ 37V4 25V4 Radio.................. 35 28 Auto Mechanics ........ 31 32 Refrigeration ......... 31 32 Engineers.............. 27 36 Auto Body.............. 26 37 Business .............. 21 Ms 38 V4 Wahpeton Science.......... 9 3 North Dakota State........ 8 4 Valley City............... 7 5 University of North Dakota. 7 5 Minot .................... 6 6 Dickinson ................ 5 7 Jamestown................. 4 8 Bismarck ................. 2 10basrhalt lie! liming lei hr min: Danny Winter, Chuck Meyer, Hill Smith, Pule lltnsverk catching for Cl wood Johnson at early indoor hatting practice. trailing their turn — Keith 'from, IIrace DuVall, linger Lonbakcn. 117Alley-oop. Tennis anyone? Iliyh I side up! Activity in the fieldhouse isn't necessarily seasonal—the physical education program, directed by Earl Bute, includes tennis, golf, badminton and trampolin. MSEarl liute Director of Athletics Skip” with members of Athletic Commission: Wayne Worrier, Hob Schmidt, Lloyd Stockmoe. WE GIVE YOU A MAXIM' . . . “Science Students Succeed” We of the Globe-Gazette Printing Company in Wahpeton, like everyone else in this area, are justly proud of the State School of Science—all the way from the top administrators and faculty to the student body and maintenance personnel. Through the years. SSS has gained an enviable reputation for its high standards, and achievements made by its students and graduates have been recognized in the world of business and industry. Success has been a natural and consistent attribute of this outstanding school, and has earned for it a maxim which we proudly give you: “Science Students Succeed.” You who have been privileged to attend this fine school and who are thus its beneficiaries, are to be congratulated. Those of you who plan to continue your education or training elsewhere can do so with the assurance that SSS has provided a sound foundation on which to build toward cvcr-greater accomplishments with the resultant material rewards. We salute you. May your future be bright with promise, marked by steady progress and the realization of every goal that you set for yourself. GLOBE-GAZETTE PRINTING COMPANY "a good name to remember” Wahpeton, North Dakota •MAXIM: "The greatest sentence, i.e., of the greatest authority ... a general truth." (Webster)153Luncheon Service and Meals HOME MADE ICE CREAM FROZEN FRESH DAILY 154 WHERE SCIENCE SCHOOL MEETS Complete Soda FountainIt Takes Just a Minute . . . to remind you that you will very probably have need for banking service after you graduate to tell you that most of our officers and employees are Alumni of the State School of Science and to ask you to come in get acquainted and use the service that our bank offers this community CITIZENS FIRST NATIONAL BANK Wahpeton North Dakota Established 1891 Member FI) 1C 155The Motor Oil Company Your Friendly Neighbor Stop at our complete bumper-to-bumper service station for lubrication needs. We are equipped to handle all makes of cars and trucks, able and ready to render complete and satisfactory service. Fill your car with Pure Pep Solvenized gasoline and Pure Lube motor oil. Enjoy the peak performance of quality products. Our complete line of accessories will take care of all your motoring needs. • Remember— You Can Ahcays "HE SURE WITH PURE" Pure Tires and Tubes Batteries Tire Repair Service • Wahpeton N. Dak. Phone 2-3121 Compliments of WAHPETON Drug Company "The Rexall Store" Wahpeton, N. Dak. FARLOW'S Style Center Ladies and Children's Ready-to-Wear SMART STYLES AT LOJFEST PRICES The Wahpeton National Bank Affiliated with First Bank Stock Corporation Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Confidential Services for Your Finances 136Compliments of DAKOTA DISTRIBUTORS Incorporated Wholesalers and Distributors HOUSEWARES HARDWARE FISHING TACKLE SPECIALTIES 109 3rd St. So. Wahpeton, N. Dak. Phone 2-3830 HOPPERT'S WAHPETON'S COMPLETE HARDWARE STORE Dakota Avenue Wahpeton, N. Dak. 157Men's Clothing and Shoes I. E. LILLEGARD, INC. See Us for Styling and Value Authorized Buick Service Station WAHPETON, N. D. MONARCH Stoves JUNGERS Oil Heaters AL BADER AGENCY McCORMICK-DEERING COMPLETE INSURANCE Tractors Implements Repairs SERVICE MAYTAG Wahpeton, N. Dak. Washing Machines and Dryers Compliments of INTERNATIONAL Refrigerators and Freezers Richels Bros. WAHPETON North Dakota PHONE 2-3621 708 DAKOTA AVE. Equipment Feeds i Servicing Remedies Poults Chicks ROGERS HATCHERY Wahpeton, N. Dak. 158For real refreshment it's MISSION BEVERAGES Distributed by the HAUSAUER BOTTLING CO., Wahpeton .1 and Huy II a usa uer displaying their "llavorite” beverage. Best Wishes And Good Luck BOOKS TOOLS 1 u SUNDRIES NOVELTIES STATIONERY SUPPLIES Science Graduates CAMPUS BOOK STORE ALVIN ECKRE ART HAGA Manager Ass’t ManagerUJahpetojv The Friendly Meeting Place Hotel Coffee Shop Emerald and Bamboo Rooms for for Fine Foods - Reasonable Prices Dinner and Luncheon Parties O i ixm Hrai) ulaurru Atth ffimutnp H The Campus Fellows Buy STYLED ... AS YOU LIKE THEM Those Good Looking Clothes PRICES . . . YOU CAN AFFORD At SERVICE . .. THAT WILL PLEASE STERNS Home of Slern Clothing Company Name Brand Clothes 75 Years in Wahpeton Weyerhaeuser 4-Square Lumber He Who Builds a Home Erects a Temple COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIAL COAL THOMPSON YARDS Weyerhaeuser Timber Co. ROY MITTAG, Manager Wahpeton, N. D. Phone 2-3751 160A GOOD AFTER SCHOOL HABIT! Home from school to a glass of milk — a good health habit for any youngster! Helps to provide energy for an afternoon’s play — rounds out that quart a day that every growing child should have. You cannot give your children a finer, more wholesome milk than that which comes to you in our bottles — or one more carefully safeguarded all the w doorstep I ay from the dairy to your ★ ★ ★ As an extra safeguard, we protect the pouring rim of every bottle with a Scalright Hood, sealed on over the cap. No dust, moisture or hands can touch that Sterilized rim until you yourself break the seal! B W DAIRY 161 Phone 3-3971 Breckenridge, Minn.FLAA OIL COMPANY John Flaa, Proprietor Dealer in GAS. OIL. TIRES AND BATTERIES Greasing and Washing Telephone 2 3451 Wahpeton, North Dakota TEXACO PRODUCTS —GOODRICH TIRES ☆ Cream ☆ Ice Cream ☆ Butter ☆ Cottage Cheese Pasteurized and Homogenized Grade "A" Vitamin "D" Milk Mickey the Milkman says: “Delivered Milk Is Fresh . . . Only Hours From The Farm.” Dial 2-4218 Lindale Creamery Company CUFF'S READY MIX CONCRETE Wahpeton, N. Dak. Phone 2-3371 WASHED SAND AND GRAVEL Hankinson, N. Dak. Phone 6558 162MATH BRAUN COMPANY Manufacturers of Our Besi Flour —New Star Feeds WAHPETON, NORTH DAKOTA DIAL 2-3611 Krause Motor Service CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH DEALER WAHPETON SHOE HOSPITAL Stern Building Complete Motor Overhaul Compliments liodg Work of and JIM'S MARKET Painting Fruits and Vegetables Wahpeton, N. Dak. Telephone 2-4290 Phone 2-4754 BROWN'S RELIABLE CLEANERS Phone 2-3681 LAUNDROMAT Half hour Laundry Across from Post Office Wahpeton Your Patronage is Appreciated Wahpeton Glass and Paint Co. Leon Novetzke - Bill Crawford, Props. 709 Dakota Avenue ft Wallpaper ft O’Brien Paints ft Waxes ft Sander Machine Rental ft Builder’s Hardware ft Paint Brushes Phone 2-3563 ft Plate Glass ft Auto Glass ft Window Glass ft- Weather Stripping ft Paint Sundries ■ft Mirrors 163Farmers and Merchants Stale Bank The fastest growing bank in the community solicits your business on the basis of a square deal, courtesy and a friendly interest in your business at all times. Consult Us About Your Insurance We Can Serve You PHONE 3-5553 Breckenridge Minnesota 164KEN and ROY'S CONOCO WAHPETON North Dakota Holthusen Bros. GRASS FIELD GARDEN SEEDS “Our Deliveries Make Friends” Phone 2-3441 Wahpeton, North Dakota COMPLIMENTS OF PENNEY'S IN WAHPETON BRAUN'S SUPER SERVICE GAS, OILS TIRES and TUBES RECAPPING ALL TIRES Phone 2-4451 Wahpeton, North Dakota CARL'S TEXACO SERVICE LUBRICATION WASHING Dial 3-5151 Melby Studio A Studio of Modern Photography A Complete Beauty Service Permanent Waves Hair Tinting llair Styling Individual DIAL 2-3565 Bernice L. Sorenson, Prop. WAHPETON BEAUTY SALON Dakota Ave. and North 5th QUINE INSULATION CO. Contractors and Dealers Wahpeton. N. Dak. GILLES THEATER “First with the Finest in CinemaScope and VistaVision Motion Pictures WAHPETON Compliments of Ben Franklin Stores Nationally Advertised Locally Owned 165Building lor the Future That's what you are doing through your work in classes. We are building for the future too. Building to insure plenty of low-cost dependable electricity for all the future needs of our three-state service area. Otter Tail Power Company 166What Can I Do for My School In the main, this is a message from the Alumni Association to students now in school. Few of the older graduates will see this statement. We want those who are about to graduate to know our problems and our plans. Briefly: (1) The big problem is extension of membership. We have a loyal core group, which, however, is only a small percentage of our 5.000 graduates. Dues are kept to $1 per year so that membership may be large. Our main difficulty is that so many think of dues only in the terms of Homecoming. That is not the point. In February of this year an alumnus now in Arabia sent $100 to the Alumni Scholarship fund. That is the point. (2) We want all seniors—this year and next—to take membership. In getting the Scientist for next year and a new Directory when it is issued, you get more than you O' for. Again, that is not the point. We want your itunt activity. If all who loved the school were contributing—even a little—the Association could serve the school with complete efficiency. (3) At the annual meeting in October 1956. the North Dakota State School of Science Alumni Association amended the constitution and by-laws to approve a Life Membership. The fee for Life Membership was set at the low figure of $15. We urge all graduates to take advantage of this low fee and apply for Life Membership immediately. Your name would bo placed permanently on the mailing list of the Dakota Scientist you will receive a copy of the new alumni directory that is being published in 1957. this will give you the address of classmates and school friends. (•1) Some talk of doing "great things": but before thinking of these we have to extend our membership. Just now we have established two scholarship endowments and will soon establish more. A loan fund also is needed. During the past two years an alumnus in California has donated 5 scholarships (1 per year) and another in Boston has done the same. SENIORS! JOIN NOW Sincere Compliments of Chamber of Commerce Wahpeion, N. Dak. 167Siurdevanl's Auto Electric Thanks... Wholesale Automotive For the very fine pa- Parts RED tronage we have enjoyed during the past Wheel Aligning and OWL year from the students Frame Straightening and faculty of the Service Wahpeton's STATE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE Magneto Parts Service Lowest Priced Flowers For All Occasions Carburetion and Motor Tune-up WAHPETON Super FLORAL COMPANY 802 Dakota Avo. Dial 2-3171 Phone 2-5533 Wahpeton N. Dak. Market EDENBORGS Northwestern Sheet and Iron Works A North Dakota Corporation DRAINAGE AND CONTRACTORS' SUPPLIES ROAD AND STREET SIGNS METAL LATH CORRUGATED METAL CULVERTS WAHPETON, N. DAK. Wahpeton s Finest. . . Good Food—Better Service After the Theater or Party Visit the Del Rio MAKERS OF HOME-MADE CANDIES AND ICE CREAM Del Rio 168It Philco Appliances % Lane Cedar Chests ■fa Samsonite Luggage Vertin Furniture Company Bob Caspers Russ Munson Mastercraft Furniture k Armstrong Linoleum Bigelow Carpets Dealers in nationally advertised merchandise• V I and Snack Bar Mrs. Louise Myers Snack Bar Mrs. Colleen Matthews, Mrs. Kerseth, Mrs. Hennrietta Carrel t Snack Bar Group Mrs. Margaret Jacobs Second Cook c ]f llr, itcti °ustoa AUTO PARTS COMPANY Since 1925 EARL SCHMIDT WARREN DOBERSTEIN Local Distributors of All Makes of Automotive and Tractor Replacement Parts Garage and Filling Station Accessories and Equipment General Welding Supplies and Equipment Phone 2-3161 Wahpeton, North Dakota Continued Success TO ALL Science '57 Graduates North Dakota's Largest Electronics Supply House Write for Catalog Bristol Distributing Company Main Office 1345 Main Avenue, Fargo, N. Dak. DR AX CUES Grand Forks, N. Dak. 25 North Main 227 West Broadway 1017 South Washington Minot, N. Dak. Bismarck, N. Dak. COAST TO COAST "Your Complete Hardware Center" SPORTING GOODS . . . APPLIANCES CAR ACCESSORIES . . . TIRES, BATTERIES ALBERT AND RODGER BORROBERG. Owners 172Peschel Candy Company Wholesale Distributors Breckenridge, Minn. Sincere Compliments of DR. H. H. MILLER, M.D. Eye -Ear Nose Throat Citizens National Bank Building Wahpeton, North Dakota KELLY'S DINER AND MOTEL DINER Downtown Diner Open 5:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Motel Diner Open 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Every Day A. C. KELLY, Prop. OLIVER'S Super Valu Corner Dakota Avenue and 9th Street North Phone 2-5576 Wahpeton, North Dakota We Specialize in SPEED and QUALITY WORK He Aim To Please BON-E-M AE CLEANERS Compliments of LEON'S CAFE and Spudnut Shop LEON OLIVER, Prop. Compliments of FAIRMONT FOODS COMPANY • Buttermilk 5 Half and Half © Redi-whipp © Milk • Cream Wahpeton. N. D. GENERAL OFFICE Omaha, Nebraska 173RAY MOSS ELECTRIC Appliances Httdio Television GUARANTEED SERVICE Wc Service All Makes Record Bar Phone 2-5741 Wahpeton Laundry and Cleaners Dry Cleaning and Laundcrcrs Hat Blocking Repairing Pressing Dyeing PHONE 2-5111 MOBIL GAS, OIL, TIRES GREASE, BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES TOWING SERVICE Loff's Triangle Service Phone 2-3430 Wahpeton, N. D. For Style ... Without Extravagance It's... LIEBER'S .S’ I o r e of I h c II; ell-Dressed S S S Coed Wahpeton, North Dakota The Staff of the 1957 Agawasie extends sincere thanks to our advertisers. By their ads they have shown their loyality to the school and have aided immeasurably in the financial undertaking that this yearbook represents. We urge all students to patronize these businessmen and to compliment them for their interest in us. Publication of a yearbook of this size requires the cooperation of a great many people, students, faculty and adminstration, photographers, suppliers, and advertisers. We thank you all. for we would be helpless without you. We sincerely appreciate your whole-hearted cooperation. l'lsludvnt intlv.x A Aarhus, Marilyn D...................56, 86. Ill, 93, 99 Aase, Duane W....................................30, 81 Aascrud. Clarence R.....................29. 56. 81. 91 Aascrud, Oswald K............................30. 77. 91 Adolf. Delmar R..............................56. 81. 91 Akeson. Dale V...............................56. 80. 100 Albers, John W...................................56. 88 Albaugh, Lester L................................30. 90 Albright, Judith A..............................56 Alindcr. Lowell R............................30. 81. 115 Allen. Holland T................................ A linen. Kenneth R..............................56 Aniborn, Benjamin ...........................•••98 Amesbury. William N..............................30. 83 Amundson, Elmo L.................................30. 83 Amundson. Gordon J........30. 101, 106. 121. 135. 136 Anderson, Chnrles W.............................30 Anderson, Clayton M.............................56 Anderson. Elvina C......................30. 79. 91. 98 Anderson, Harry J................................30. 77 Anderson, Jerome C..............................90 Anderson. Kenneth R..............................30. 81 Anderson, Marvin 1...............................31. 83 Anderson. Marvin O.............................. _ Anderson, Owen N.................................31. 77 Anderson, Richard C............................."9 Appert. Clement A...............................31 Appcrt, Freddy W................................56 Ash. David D.....................................31. 81 Old Main Ashmore. Waldo L...............................31. 100 Aslcson. Miles E...............................56. 115 Augdahl, Dennis W......................56. 92. 115 It Baarstad. Marvin P. . Bach. Marvin M........ Bachman, John F. . .. Bachmeier. George J. Bachmeier, Maurus W, Baler, Waller I....... Baker, Loren E....... Baker. Shirley A...... Bakke. Duane B........ Bakke. Rodney A. Ballard. John R....... Balliet. Donald O. ... Barlcll, Henry R. ... Bartlett. Donna M. ... ........................56 ____31. 83. 135. 136. M3 ...................31. 77 ...................56. 82 ........................56 ...................31. 96 ...................31. 101 .............56. 80 31. 81. 86. 97. 146 .............56. 78 ..................56 .............31. 81 .....32. 79. 91. 98 Bassen. Dennis G..................................32. 115 Baumgartner, Alvin F..............................32. 90 Baumgartner. Donald D.....................................78 Beall. Raymond C..........................56. 93, 97 Beck. Gerald J...........................................32. 90 Beck. Larry L............................................32. 90 Beecher. Gayle H.........................................56. 85 Begger. Leonard P........................................56. 90 Bohcng. Allan F..........................................56. 82 Bcntson, Gary R...........................................56 Benz. Carol M.......29. 56. 79. 86. 87. 91. 98. 125. 132 Berg, Allan A.....................................56, 90 Berg. Dennis S......................56. 80. 86. 115 Berg. Willard 1...................................56. 82 Bergantine. Richard S.............56. 81. 85, 94. 169 Bcrgh, Kenneth D..........................................56 Bergquist. Lowell L...............................56. 101 Bcrgrcn, Dule H...........................................32 Bernhardt. Catherine A...................................56. 99 Bertram. John W...........................................56 Betts. Rudolph J..........................................56 Boyer. Wally B............................................96 Bezenek. Gerald T.................................93. 127 Biggs. Paul F............................................32. 83 Bilderback. Phyllis J.....................................57 Bireley, Douglas B.......................................32. 83 Bjorklund. Kenneth C......................................57 Bjornson, Thomasien E.....................................57 Bladow, Dean R..............57,85. 131. 136. 138. 110 Blcyhl. Edward J.........................................57. 85 Blouin. James W..........................................32. 77 Boo. Kenneth R...........................................57. 76 Bohn. Dianne R. . .57. 86. 91. 93. 98. 101. 106. 121. 125 Bohn, Lois 1...............57. 86 91. 92. 93. 99. 128 Bohn. Neil E........................57. 85. 86. 91. 97 Borgerson. Burton L......................................57. 82 Boschee, Deanna M.........................57, 86. 92. 98 Bossert. Ralph J.........................................57. 82 Bowman. Janice R..........................................57 Braaten. Sisscl Y. .57. 86. 91. 93. 98. 119, 120. 122. 125 Brackin, John F...........................................32 Brallicn, Roger J.........................................32 Bralrud. John M..........................................57. 96 Braucher. Joy............................................118 Braun, John D............................................57. 85 Braun. Thomas P................................. Breakey. Charles R........................................57 Brckel, John N............................................32 Brendalen. Arnold.........................................93 Brenno, David A...........................................57 Brem, Noel .....................................118 Brevik, Benard 1.........................................33. 83 175Ilurch Hall Briggs. Ronald 1......................................33. 116 Brinkman, Amos E., Jr.............................57, 77 Bradman. Joe L............................57. 77. 91 Brain. I-oe Ann...........33. 91. 93. 97. 98. 129. 118 Brophy, Bernard M.................................33, 81 Brawn. Alva L.....................................33. 77 Bniesch, Ronald P.................................57. 90 Brunick. John V...................................57. 77 Buchlink. Rodney D................................57. 82 Buchholz, Charles E...................................57. 1-16 Buck. Janice B............................57. 91. 92. 98 Buorkle. LoRoy C.......................................33 Buisman, Gerald D.................................57. 90 Burley. Harold R..................................79. 97 Busch. Joel C.....................................33. 85 Bushce. Dennis W.......................................57 Butler. George G.......................................57 Butts. Michael G..................................57. 78 Byram. James A....................................57. 90 (' Cameron. Dale H.....................................136 Carlson. Eldred L...................................57. 78 Carlson. Frank C.....................................79 Carroll. James L................................33. 100 Carter. Ernest L................................57. 101 Cartwright. Gerald F.................................83 Cartwright. Robert 1................................58. 90 Chaput. Dolenore.....................................96 Chresl. LaVcrn E.....................................58 Christensen. Arvid H............................... Christenson. David L.................................58 Christiansen. Dale A............................58. 136 Christiansen. Melvin F...............................5S Christoflfcrson, Calvin D.................5S, 131. 136 Christopherson. Myron L.............................58. 88 176 Clemens. Dale B.................................58. 80 Clemens. Raymond H..............................58, 96 Clown. Blaine F3....................................58 Cochrane. Donald R.................................33. 100 Coder, Donald W.................................58. 82 Colburn. Donald I .................................58. 101 Colebank, Raymond H.................................33 Cooper, Rodney A....................................58 Copelan. Murlan D...............................33. 77 Critcs. Gcorgianna .................................58 Croteau. James J....................................33 Cruflf. Russell W...............................31. 85 Cullen. Carolyn J.............................58..58 Curtis. William F...............................31. 83 I) Dahl. Donald I...... Da hike, Darrel E. .. Daly. Sidney O...... Davis. Allan F...... Davis, Margaret .... Davis. Richard J. ... Dobing. Marl vs R. .. Decker. Raymond D. Diebert, Sylvia A. .. Detmers. Wesley J. . Dcvick, Norma J. DilTerding. Adolph A Dihle. Duane K...... Dilger. Anton....... Dinga. Virgil V..... Dobrowski. Louis S. Docktcr. Arthur .... Dodge, Merton G. .. Doll. Patrick T..... Dosmann. Kenneth J. ..........................86. 125 ..............................58 ..........................31. 100 ...............................58 .............................118 ..........................58. 82 ...............................58 .......................58. 88. 91 ..........................58. 132 ..........................3,1 33 58. 79. S6, 91, 98. 119. 120. 118 ..............................53 ..........................58. 78 ..........................58. 100 .....58 31. 100 .58. 85 .58. 76 .58. 90Dozak. Delxvln D...............................58 Drawbaugh. Thomas E............................90 Drovocky. Harold D.............................58 Drovccky. Robert T........................58. 80 Dronen. Mary E.................................59 Dumas, James J............................59. 101 Dunn. Raymond C.......................59. 76. 136 DuVall, Bruce G......................136. MO. 117 K Ebel. Duane O............. Eckhoff, Roger A.......... Eckmann. Arlo F........... Eckroth. Michael J........ Edenborg. William A....... Edic. Michael J........... Edwards, Curtis P......... Ehlcrs. Dale H............ Ehlort. Ix is A........... Ehlkc, Delwin............. Ehrens, Charldinc M....... Eidsness, Grant W......... Eiscman. Clinton.......... Ekholt, Dean.............. El lick son. John F....... Ellingson, Paul S......... Emde. Harry H............. Emil, Irwin L............. Engcbrctson, Charles L. .. Engh, Bruce G............. Engstrom, Larry R......... Erbstoesscr. Beverly A. Erickson. Erick V......... Erickson. Robert C........ Erickson. Robert D........ Erlandson. Harold A....... Eslinger. James C......... Evans. Allen L............ Evanson. Kenneth M........ Evers. Norman M. Jr. ... Ewcrt. Arthur W............ ...................59. 100 ............59. 85. 86. 91 ........................31 ....................59. 76 .........................59 ........................59 ...................31. 101 ....................31. 88 ...59. 86. 92. 91. 98. 118 .........................96 ............59. 86. 92. 98 ........................59 .........................96 .........................95 .........................59 ....................31, 81 .....................59. 76 ....................59. 76 ....................59. 82 ...........59. 92. 127, 115 ...................59, 101 .........................59 .........................59 .......25. 31. 59. 138. l lO .................59. 80. 81 .........................31 ...........31. 88. 131. 136 ................35. 81. 128 ...........59. 76. 138. 110 ....................59. 82 ....................35. 85 Fearing, Elwood L......................59, 91. 100. 136 Feickert. Marcella ..................................MS Fcigcl, Earl W..............................29. 35. 85 Fcimcr. Donald A................................35. 81 Feist. Joseph M.................................59. SI Ferguson, Duane E....................................59 Ferguson. Eileen E..............................35. 88 Fiala, Charles M................................59. 76 Finkbcincr, Norman C............................35. SI Finnescth. Marian A.........................59. 92, 98 Fischer. Harvey C......................................60. 82 Fischer. Luvcrn E.......................................35 Fischer. Robert G......................................35, 90 Fish. Donald D.................................... Fisher, Leonard M.......................................60 Fisher, Robert L........................................60 Fisher. Robert N........................................60 Flaa. Steiner E..............................60. 80. 1-15 Flanagan. Richard L...............................35. 83 Flaten, Gerald W................................60. 101 FlCisher, William H...............................35. 96 Flemmcr. Doris ...............................98. 118 Flyberg. Melvyn C.................................60. 78 Focrtsch, John R..................................60, 90 Formo. Laurence A.................................60. 78 Foss. Hermit N....................................35. 81 Fox. Janice .................................118. 132 Frahman, Shirley G......................................60 Franchuk, Joseph R...........................60, 81. 91 Franklin. Thomas J......................................60 Franck, Jerry S..............................60. 100. 136 Frantscn, Harley A................................60. 78 Frantsvog, Eldred L...............................21. 36 Franzen. Thomas R.................................60. 90 Freeman. Earl A...................................36. 81 Freese, James C..........36. 87. 93. 91. 120. 125. 115 Freshour, James J.................................60. 82 Fried. Herbert V........................................60 Fricderichs. David A....................................60 Fritz. Harold J.........................................60 Froehlic, Rita .............................118. 132 Froslic. Lyle D...................................36. 81 Frovarp, John C...................................60. 82 Fuchsgruber. Janice A............60. 92, 94. 98. 116. 117 F Fabian. Marie L.....................................35 Falk. Alan P.........................59. 85. 139. 110 Falk. Eugene C.................................59. 101 Farden. Donald L...............................59. 96 Farlow. Samuel R.........59. 85. 87. 97. 120, 125. 128 Ganskop. Harold W...............................36, 83 Garaas. Harold M.................................60 Garbcrg, Harry J................................36. 101 Gardner. Kenneth C..............................36. 96 Garske, Kermit H................................60, 122Auditorium Gaustad, A maid ........................................9S Cebhart. Grotchcn R...............60. 93. 98. 125. 127 Gcbur. Wayne L..........................................79 Geloff. Norman .........................................36 Gerald. Dale L....................................36. 83 Gibson. Thomas L........................................60 Gill. Dale E............................................79 Gilles. Franklin M................60. 85. 91. 128, 129 Gilles. William P.................................60. S2 Goodiron. Percy I ................................ Gira. Charles .1..................................60. 82 Gordon. Richard ........................................95 Grngc, Gordon L...................................60. 76 Green, Alfred ..........................................60 Green. Edith L..........................................60 Green. Edmond W., Jr....................................60 Green, Gerald L...................................61. 100 Grcnz. Delores E........................................61 Grenz. George J...................................36. 8S Cress, Anton A., Jr.....................................77 Griffin. Marvin T.................................36, 83 Grinagcr. Harvey D................................61. 101 Grimly, Gavle A.'----61. 86. S7. 91. 93. 97. 98. 110. 116. 117. 119. 127 Grismcr. Raymond J................................61. 76 Grobe. Leo D......................................36. 88 Gronbeck. JuliAnn K.................37. 79. 86. 91. 99 Gross. Edward V...................................61. 90 Gross. Marvin ....................................61. 93 Grossman. James ........................................96 Grossman, Joe L...................................37. 100 Grosz. James C....................................61. 76 Godding. James L........................................61 Guggenmos. Marvlea ...............37. 95. 97. 99. 129 Gustafson. Glenn H................................61. 77 Guthmiller. Roy J.................................37. S3 Gutnccht. Donald L................................61. 81 178 Haakenson. Martin 1..............................37 Haakcnson. Stanley G.........................37. 90 Hagaman. John R.. Jr..............37. 83. 13-1, 136 Hagen. Marlyne D.................................61 Hagene, Valdemar E...............................37 Hager. K Isabel1 ...........................37. 79. 99 Hahn. Harley H...............................61. 8S Haider. Paul H...............................61. 90 Haider. Richard B.........................37, 100 Halgrimson, Darrell N.......................... Halvorson. Curtis T..........................61. 78 Hammargren. Barry C..........................37. 83 Harmc. Barbara J.................................61 Hanson. James ...................................95 Hansen. Merle 0..................................61 Hansen. Raymond M..........................37. 100 Hanson. Alvin C..................................61 Hanson. Beverly A.........................61. 109 Hanson. Charles J.............................. Hanson. Lester W.................................61 Hanson, Liya! M., Jr.............................38 Hanson. Louis H..............................61. 78 Hanson. Marvin L.........................38. 101 Hanson. Robert R.............................61. 7S Hanson. Russell N............................61. Si Hanssen. Clarence H..........................38. 83 Hnrdenbcrg, John P...........................38. 77 Haring. Wayne A...................61. 85. 138. l lO Haroldson, Allen T...........................61. 78 Harper. Arthur D.............................38. 88 Hart. Lyle D.....................................61 Hart. Wesley J...............................38. 81 Harthan. David ..................................96 Hartley, Glenn L.................................61 Hartmann. Bert L......................38. 91. 100Hauf, Robert A........................................38 Hauf. Sylvester M.................................61. 77 Haugc. Christopher S.................................61. SO Haugen. Mel ford H....................................61 Haugen. Robert A......................................61 Haugen. William C.....................................8S Haux, Roland .......................38. SO. 100, 115 Haverty. Michael 13..........29. 61. 85. 94. 97. 128 Hawley. Donald P.....................................101 Hebig. Robert A.......................38. 62. 81. 91 Hedstrom. Lonor E.................................3S. S3 Hegdahl, Donald R.................................38. SS Hcib. Willis M....................................39. 77 Heine. Donald W...................................62. 85 Hcinlc, Betty 1..............86. 93. 98. 109. 117. 132 Heinz. Bernard P......................................62 Heinz. Frank P...........62. 86. 93. 91. 110. 119. 127 Heisler. Donald R.....................................79 Helgcrson. Forrest ...................................79 Holland, Arden R......................................62 Helm. Arlington.......................................62 Helm. Duane C.........................................62 Helm, Marvin K.......................................62. 100 Hennen. Donald L.....................................62. 77 Henncnfent. Gayle L...................................62 Henning, Will A.......................................62 Hennings. Lee A.......................................62 Hennings. Shirley A...................................62 Henry, Louis L........................................62 Herfindahl. Duane C.........................39. 88. 1M Herman. Bernard A....................................62. 76 Herman. Charlie 13.. Jr..............................62. 81 Herman. Eugene G................................ Herzog, James H......................................62. 95 Hclland, Lester W....................................39. 101 Holland, Wayne P.....................................39. 77 Hctlctvcdt. Donald ...................................77 Ii'.ldc. Donald W....................................62. 76 Hilgcrs. Beverly A...........39. 86. 92. 91. 98. 122 Hiller. Harlan........................................93 Hlmmerch, Harry H.....................................39 II:nds. Richard E.....................................62 Hinsvcrk. Dale V........................39. 84. 86. 117 Hodgson, Robert G....................................62. 82 Hoffart, Joseph V....................................62. 80 Hoffman. Lawrence E..................................62. 90 Holbeck. Gordon H.....................................62 Holgard. George G....................................62. 101 Hoi men. Manley.......................................62 Holte. Kcrmlt B......................................39. 90 Holte. Richard W.....................................39. 81 Holte. Ronald 0.........................39. 81. 113. 120 Honeymann. Richard E.................................62, 76 Honrud. Arden D.......................................62 Horner. Theodore J..........................39. 88. 91 Horob, Ardell D......................................62. 77 Howard. Mary ......................................1 IS Humann. Larry K.......................................62 Hummel. Ronald P.....................................39. 100 Hunkins. James E............................62. 90. 91 Hursman. Frederic D...................................10 Huss. Edwin..........................................62. 96 1 Ishaug, Ordean W, Iverson. Carl W. . Iverson. Glen V. .. Imsland, John N. . .................10. 83 63. 80. 136. 138. 110 .................63. 80 .................62. 78 J Jacober, Floyd C................................63. 78 Janz. Ronald A......................................63 Jarland. Larry G................................63. 76 Jensen, David E.....................................63 Jensen. Donald D..........................-10. 8-1. M5 Jensen. Gerald B................................63. 76 Johnsgard. Larrv S...........10. S6. 87. 97. 111. 115. 119. 120. 125 Jenson. Richard A............................10. 83 Johnson. Allan H.............................63, 85 Johnson. Darwin ..................................95 Johnson. Donna.............................118. 132 Johnson. Edwin C.............................63. 90 Johnson. Elert M.............................10. 83 Johnson. Elwood C........................63. S2, 117 Johnson, Harlan C........................68. 88. 91 Johnson. Kenneth A...........................10. 100 Johnson, I.aVonne M...............................63 Johnson. Paul L.................................. Johnson. Richard W...........10. 86. 87. 91. 92. 93. 97 Johnson, Robert A........................63, 135, 136 Johnson. Robert J............................10. 81 Johnson. Roger W...........................63, 76. 77 Johnson, Sylvia A................................ Johnsrud, Harold I............................... Jones. Donald I..............................-10, 93 Jordhcim. Sclmer F...........................63, 85 Jorgensen. Leonard E..............................10 Julson, Dunne M..............................10. 100 K Kadlec, Francis J.... Kaclberer. Christ C. .. Kaplor. Pete M....... Kaseman. Lcnis ...... Kasper. Richard A. Kastelle. Russell E. .. Kath. Clifford I..... Kaupang, Lynn B...... Kearns. Theodore J. .. Kcmmet, Clarence T. ICeminet. Dclmar A. .. Kemper. Jerrold L. .. Kempton, Boyce R. . .. Kcranen. Morris R. ... Kerancn. William B. .. Ketterling. Palmer W. Keyes. Bill D........ Kilber. Edgar W...... Kim. Young Soo ...... Kinslow, William K. . . Klrkeby, Dick D...... Kirkclic. Frank M.. Jr. Kirmis. Karen M...... Kitt. Donald E....... Kitzman. Donald R. .. Kjelland. Robert A. .. Klein. Bernhard W. .. Klein. Roger W....... Klcpetka. Adolf F. ... Klier, Richard G..... Klontz. Timothy J. .. ICloster, Martin E. ... Klosterman, Arthur P. Knight. Ernest H. ... Knight. Ronald E. . .. Knobcl. Lciand R. ... Kocpplin. Clarence R. Kohler, William, Jr. .. Kolstad. Orville A. .. Koplin. Marvin W. ... Koppclman. Dale IS. . Korinek, Annabelle F. Kosir. Herman J...... Kouba, Lawrence H. . Kouba, Richard R. .. Kramer. Klinton K. . Kramer. Orvin L. ... Kraus. George E...... Krebs. Vernon J...... Krctchman. Dale L. .. Krick. Delores M. . .. ..............................63 ..........................63. 76 ..........................63. 76 ..............................76 . ..25. II. 86. 87. 93. 91. 95 119, 121. 125. 127 .................63. 88. 91. 95 ..............................63 ..........................63. 76 ........................II. 101 ..............................63 ........................63. 100 ..............................II ..............................II .....................63. 80. 145 .....................63. 80. 115 ..............................63 ..........................41. 77 ..........................79. 91 ..........................63. 85 ..........................63. 81 ........................63. 101 ..........................63. 83 ..............................63 .............................11 ........................63. 136 .............................61 ..........................61. 90 ..........................11. 83 ..........................61. 90 .............................61 ........................6-1. 100 .....................6-1, 76, 97 .............................61 ........................64. 101 ......................61. 85. 91 .............77 ........61. 80 ............II .........61. 77 ............61 61. 86. 92. 99 .........41. 77 .........61. 89 .........64. 8) .........61. 70 ........61. 82 ............61 ........61. 82 ............61 ............61 179Kricgcr, Raymond G. . Kronenberg, Amelia M Krumm. Earlyn J. ... Kobe, Mary E......... Kuchar. George J..... Kuchera, James I). ... Kudina. Raymond L. . Kuehn, Charles D..... Kundcrt, Dclph W. . ., Kuntz, Donna L....... Kunze. Robert F...... Kvalheim. Larry D. .. Kuzma, Esther......... •II. 90 ..................61, 78 11. 79. 87. 98. 119. 129 ..................61. 78 .............61. Ill, 119 .......................61 .......................61 12. 88 .... 64 .... 78 ....79 ...118 L La France, Francis B. Lafrombois, Ernest R. Lamb. Charles, J...... Lamoureux. Vincent O. Landstrom, Palmer A. Lane, Darrell D....... Lanie, Vernon P....... Lapp. Richard J....... I iRocque. Louis P. .. Larsen. Leonard D. I.arson, Luther L. ... Larsen. Wilmer K...... Larson. Petty L....... Larson, Earl L........ Larson. Frances D. ... Larson, Gary R........ Larson. Melvin H. ... Larson. Robert A. Larson. Russell V. ... Larsson, Marian E. ... Latimer. Lyle L....... Lean. Lorraine D...... Lean, Lulu M.......... Lebakken, David A. .. Lcchncr, Robert A. Lee, Donald G......... Lee, Jean L........... Lee, Robert E......... Lchnc. Floyd J........ Leinen, Russell, P. ... Leiss. James J........ Lemke, Robert L....... Lcnz. Gerald K........ Ia'nzmeier. Robert D. . Lesniewski. Stanley T. 61. 82 ____42 .61. 76 ____61 ____61 61. 88 65. 90 12. 81 65. 77 ....65 ■12, 79. 91. 98 ................65. 91. 92. 99 .........................65. 77 .........................65. 82 .........................65. 76 ........................12. 81 •12. 79. 91. 97. 98. 129, MS .........................65. 90 ................65. 79, 91, 98 ................65. 79. 91. 98 ........................65. M6 .............................65 .65. 81 .12. 88 65. 101 ......65 .65, 77 .65. 96 ......65 Lewis. Kay M.........65. 86. 87. 91. 116. 117. 119. 125 Licbsack. Earl w.................................65. 100 Lien, Lester..................................... Lind, Christian A.................................65 Lind, John C..................................65, 88 Lind, Vernon D....................................76 Lindgren, David J.................................65 Lindquist. Gordon K...........................65, 85 Linford. A. Ronald ..............................65. 110 Link. Richard H...............................65. 85 Linnoll, Larry K.............................-12. 83 Livingston. David L......................29. 65. 116 I-oberg, Peter B..................................65 Lock, Darlene M. . .29. 65. 86. 92. 93. 91. 97. 98. 99. 127 Loll. Edward E. Ill...............65. 86. 93. 127. 115 Loll. Loy 1...............29. 65. 86. 87. 99, 121, 128 Lonbaken. Roger A..........65. 136. 137, 139, M0. 117 Lorensberg. Arnold K.........................12. 83 Loudncr, Kenneth L...............................-12 Lovejoy. Ray............................76. 139. 110 Luckman. Dale G...................................42 Lund, Duane H.............................66. 81. 91 Lund. Lavernc J...............................66. 76 Lundeby, Marvin E.................................66 Lundgrcn, John P..........................66. 81, 93 M MacDonald, Robert D. MacDonald. Willard D. MacDonald. William F. Mack. Daniel. J...... Mahlum, Myma......... Maicr, Vern K........ Martin. Graig M...... Martin. Peter J...... Martin. Samuel R.. Jr. Martin, Shirley J. Matejka. Vernon O. . Mathiason. Marvin H. Mattern, Donna M. Mattern. Wendelin It. . Mathews, John P. Mauck, Lester D. ... Mayer. Joseph C., Jr. . Mayfield, Leonard L. McAdams. William W. McClure. Jack J...... McCullough. Dale L. .. McDougal. Ix»is J. ... McFarland, Dennis R. ■12 66 ____66 ...118 .43, 81 .66. 80 66. 88 ____66 ....66 ................66. 78 ...................66 ...................66 ...................66 ................66. 80 ................13. 90 ...................66 ................43. 88 ............43. 81. 81 ................66. 99 ................66, 78 ISO Riley HallMcGurran. Terrance J. McKay, Clayton S. . .. McKclvey. Richard A. McLaren. Janice I. • • ■ McLaughlin. Robert H McManigle. Kenneth . McMartin. Margaret L Mcchcls. William A. .. Meidinger. Clarence . Molfahl. Elaine ...... Mcllem. Allan C...... Mergner. Duane E. .. Mossncr, Vernon .... Mctzingcr. Charles M. Meyer, Allan E....... Meyer, Charles P. ... Meyer. Gerald A....... Meyer, Merle VV....... Mickelscn. Anton D. . Mickelsen. Lester M. Miller, Clarence...... Miller. Karl T........ Miller, Gerald L...... Miller. Harold I..... Miller, I eo A........ Miller, Marlene A. Miller, Richard....... Miller. Stanley D. ... Miller. Warren B. .. Milloy, John A....... Mitchell. Eugene .... Moch. Patrick D....... Moe. David V......... Moe, Delmorc L. ... Moon, Janet A......... Moon, Monroe A. ... Monger. Vernon ... Monson, Donald D. . , Monson. Lloyd G. ... Moore. Don .......... Morin. Francis....... ........................66. 85 66. 101. 134. 136. 142, 1 13 ..................66. 85. 91 .....20. 66. 86. 91. 93. 99 .................13, 90. 136 .............................95 ........................66. 79 ......................66. 101 ........................13. 90 .............................6S ......................66. 90 ........................66. 78 .............................96 ......................66. 82 .......................134. 136 .....-13. 96. 134. 136. 117 .............13. 81. 134. 136 .............................43 ..................66. 76. 91 .................66. 91. 101 .............................90 ......................66. 80 ...........................66 ........................41. 101 ........................67. 101 .........67. 92. 94 . 98. 127 .............................67 ..................67. 81. 91 ........................67. 82 -----67. 85. 91. 97. 120. 129 .............................95 .............................. ........................... 83 ........................44. 83 .............................67 ........................44. 77 ........................44. 85 ............................136 .............................44 ..................77. 141. 143 .............................96 Morin, Theresa D.............................. Morrell. Marlin ..............................07. 78 Morris. Bernard L..................................79 Morris. Coleman M..............................67. 86 Moss. Richard D................................44, 97 Moxncss. Donald R.........................67. 81. 94 Mueller. Donald R.........................67. 81. 91 Muffonbier. James H....................44. 86. 91, 95 Murphy. James A................................44. 90 Murray. Catherine M............................... Murray. Warren E...............................67. 81 Myer, Carl ...................................67. 88 N Nash. Richard II Nelson. Arlene G..... Nelson. Betty A...... Nelson. C. Bonita Nelson. Dunne Pi..... Nelson, Geraldine . . • • Nelson, Kenneth . . . . Nelson. Lyle W....... Nelr.on. Marvin...... Nclcon. Mayo H....... Nelson. Neal H....... Newman. Dona von A. Nichols. Don G....... Nioforth. Ronald E. . . Nielson, Arlcn L..... Xies. Del mar D...... Nihill. Robert P..... Nltz Dcrrell. P......... Nordby. Paul O....... Norcm. Duane A. ... Notch. Brian E......... Novacek. Bernard L. Novacek. Richard J. Novak. Leonard R.. Nygaard. Darrell V. Nyhus, Dennis......... ...........44, 100 ........67. 86. 92 .........67, 132 . .67. 82. 135. 136 20. 67. 86. 93. 98 .................95 .................67 .................95 ...........44. 90 ...........15. 77 ...........67. 90 .......... 67. 73 .......67. 85. 110 . .67. 88. 117. 128 ............67. 93 .................67 ...........67. 120 .................67 .............15. 9D .............67. 82 .67. 80. 81. 86. 94 ........67. 80. 81 ............67. 82 .................67 .................. 181() Odegard. Eugene A................................15, 145 Olafson. Stefan D.....................................45 Oldcrncss. Orville P..................................67 Olin. Keith J.........................................15 Olson. Clayton A.................................68. 80. 81 Olson. Dolmar H..................................6S. S8. 91 Olson. Donald J..................................45. 77 Olson. Duane L........................................90 Olson. Glenn A...................................68. 80 Olson. Gordon 0..................................45. 83 Olson. Harold J.............................6S. 80. 81 Olson. Minnie.........................................68 Olson. Orel .........................................118 Olson. Richard 0.................................68. 78 Olson. Rodney D..................................68. 92 Omafrav. Paul P.......................................68 Onken. Loyce A........................................45 Ordahl. lone V.............68. S6. 87. 93. 120. 125. 127 Ornberg. Dennis E.....................................6S Oslic. Marvin 0..................................68. 78 Ostreni. Vivian T.....................................68 Otterson. Beverly 1........68. S6. 91. 93. 99. 122. 125 Oxtra. Noel T....................................68. 96 1 Pace. Gail M. . .6S. 79. 86. 87. 91. 95. 99. 116. 117. 122 125. 148 Palm. Hazel .......................................118 Pankow. Eugene G...................................45. 100 Paulson. Charles ..................................95 Pearson. Douglas I,.................................. Pearson. John E....................................45, 90 Pearson. Lewis A...................................68. 96 Pederson. Mary ....................................11S Pedersen. Merrill L.................................68 Pederson. Lyle B.....................45. 100. 117. 129 Peightal. Walter J..................................6S Petal. Marlys M...................68. 93. 109. 121. 127 Pcrckrcstenko. Gordon..............................68. 101 Peterkn. Robert E..........68. 93. 127. 135. 136. 14S Petersen. Dee.....................45. 9S. 99. 115. 121 Peterson. Charles W.......................46. 85. S6 Peterson. Gerald B................................... Peterson. Gloria J........................68. 86. 93 Peterson. John M..........................6S. S8, 91 Peterson. Warren L...................68. 8S. 91. 123 Petz. Richard A.....................................6S Pflcgcr. Matt C........................................68 Philips. Kermit M.................................6S. 76 Pierce. Annette M............6S. 86. 87. 93. 95. 97. 98 Pierce. William A.........................68, 76. 136 Pittinglon. Jay L......................................46 Pittnor. Karen M.............6S. 79. 91. 97. 9S. 109. 120 Platt. JoAnn M...............................6S. 92. 9S Plctcher. Glenn A.................................68. 82 Plut. Leo J.......................................69. 101 Pope. W. James....................................69. SS Potter. Richard D......................................69 Pratschner. Dennis D.................................. Pratschncr. Ia?o P................................69. 78 Prescott. Wilmar J................................46. 77 Prestangen. Dinar M....................................69 Preuss. Carol J...........................46. 79. 91. 98 Prichard. D. Scott ...............................69. 8S Pumarlo. Robert .......................................69 Purcell. Gary S...................................69. 76 ! Quamme. Ralph D...................................69. 76 Quick. Victor D...................................69. 85 K Rader. M. Gail.........69. 92. 94. 97. 9S. 116. 117. 127 Raguse. La Joy A.....................29. 69. 86. 87. 95. 98. 99. 116. 117 Raguse. Lois IC.........................69. 87. 92. 99. 127 Ramsey. Ernest J.....................................69. S2 Randgaard. Sharon L........................69. 86. 92 Rath. Roger D.............................................79 Ran. Clarence L......................................69. 90 Rausch. C. Duane.................................... Ray. Dale A..........................................46. 96 Read. Herbran C............................69. SS. 91 Reams. Jack L.......................46. S6. 125. 127. 145 Rebhahn. Donald L................................... Rcinkc. Gary C.........................24. 46. 77. 114 Renner. Eugene .................................96. 139. 140 Rcnncrfcldt. Earl R..................................69. 90 Rensch. Lavernc T......................................69 Reuter. Sylvester J..................................69. 90 Revering. Philip M......................................46 Riehl. La Vina ..........................................118 Ritchie. Charles R...................................69. SI Ritter. Elaine A................................69. 91. 92 Ritter. Ethel 1......................................69. 99 1S2 FicldfioiiscRivinius. R. LoRoy................4C. 42. 8G. 93. 127 Roberts. Richard H................................-16. S3 Roberts. Thomas E..................................69. S2 Robeson. Martin V..................................46. 85 Rodockcr. Howard E.................................69. 70 Rodriquez. Leona M..................................69 Roc, Darwyn E......................................69. 7S Roemmich. Ray......................................69. 76 Roommich. Raymond R.................................46 Rogers. Dwight L...............................4 7. SS Roller. Raymond T.........................25. 69. S2 Roloff. Ronald C....................................4V Rose. Walter D.................................69. 8S Rosen. Erhard I VV.............................47. 146 Roth. John R...................................69. 100 Rott. Clarence.....................................69. 93 Rott. Jerome ..................................70. 77 Rowe, Jack R.......................................70. 76 Rowe. Robert H.....................................47. 90 Rude. Floyd S.......................................70 Rudic. Orlcan P....................................47. S3 Ruebke. Ardcc L................................70. 100 Rukke. J. Michael.........47. 86. 87. 91. 97. 113. 119 120. 125 Rustad. Clayton H...................................47 Ruzicka. Leonard F.................................70. SS Ryba. Charles.......................................79 Ryckman. Harold R...................................79 Rygg. Charles ......................................95 S Sackmann. Jacob ..............................70. 77 Samuclson. Floyd V.................................79 Sand. Shirley S...............................70. 101 Sandhofner. Clement J..............................70 Sandvig. Robert D..................................47 Sansburn. Charles W., Jr...........................47 Sathren, Luverne D............................70. 101 Saunders. Darell P.................................70 Savageau. Roger L..................................70 Schafer. Edward B.................................47. S3 Schaff. Patricia A........................70. 93. 98 Scliatz. John. Jr.................................47. 77 Schnubert. Kenneth D......................70. SO. 145 Schaucr. Floyd F..................................47. 84 Scheck. Cyril V...................................18. 77 Schcllcr, Ambrose J...............................48. 96 Schindler. Sylvester W............................70. 90 Schliesman. Bernard E.............................70. S2 Schmidt. Dale J...................................70. 76 Schmidt. Madonna L................................70. 99 Schmidt. Robert W.........................70. 76. 149 Schmitt. Norbert C................................70. 90 Schmitz. Jake M...........................48. 86. 97 Schneider. William J......................17, 77. 106 Schocnborn. Erick E...............................48. 90 Schocnhard. Dale D................................70. 76 Schreiner. Leo P..................................70. 90 Schroeder, Donald H.....................70. 80. 81. 91 Schultz. James D..................................48. 88 Schwan. Ignatius A.................................70 Schwartz. Richard J...........................48. 100 Schwarz. Alvin E..........................70. 77. 91 Score. Eugene D....................................48 Sebens. Duane W....................................70 Sender. LcRoy A....................................48 Sethre. Russel A...................48. 86. 87. 91. 97 Severson. Norman L................................70. 76 Severson. Richard A...............................48. 77 Severson. Robert A........................70. 91. 101 Shannon. James G...................................4S Sheridan. Jane F..24. 49. 93. 104. 106. 120. 125. 127. 128 Siems. Donald W....................................49 Sillcrud. Kenneth L...............................49. 83 Simonson. Duane ..............................70. 7S Singleman. Robert H...............................49. SS Singleman. William IV.............................49. 88 Skold. Merlyn E....... Skoog. James A........ Skorick. Leonard D. . Skrien. James A...... Sliper. Delores T..... Sminesvik. Norman V. Smith. Dorothy M. . .. Smith, Jerry G....... Smith. Robert E....... Smith. William R. . .. Snapp. Janet G....... Snethen. Phillip A. Socha. Richard A. Solum. Maren A....... Sondrol. Allen B..... Sonsleby, Ward C. . . Sorben. Ernest C. . .. Sorlicn. Gerhard M. .. Sosa 1 la. James L. Sperr. Jean I........ Spooner, Glen L...... Spoonheim. Darlyne J. Stahn. Arthur A. ... Stamness. Audrey J. . Staudingcr, James V. Steenbock. Donn D. . Steffens. Lee J...... Steffens. Lowell E. . . ....................49. 77 ....................70. 90 .....................SI ..........70. 81. 85. 97 ..........70. 92. 98. 99 ....................70. 85 ........................71 ..........71. 135. 136 ....................49. 83 85. 137. 139. 110. 147 ........................71 ....................49. 83 ........................71 ...............71. 148 ....................71. 82 .......................49 ...................71. 93 ...................71. 85 ....................71 .......................71 .......................71 ...................71. 78 ..............71. 79. 91 ..............71. 101 ....................71 ..............49. 77. 91 .......................71 Steffes. Elizabeth M......71. 93. 97. 98. 116. 117. 127 Steiger. Alfred E...................................49. 101 Stcinman. Harvey E.........................71. S7. SS Stcnoicn. Douglas V.................................71. 81 Stevenson. John P..........................71. 80. 142 Stewart. Dale S.....................................71. 76 St Germain. Arthur J.................................71 Stock. Kenneth E....................................49. 84 Stockcrt. Ralph F...................................71. 90 Stockmoe. Lloyd J.....................71. 106. 127. 119 Sloekmoc. Lyle D.....................................71 Stoffcl. Peter P.....................................71 Stoltenow. Eileen J.................................50. 79 Storhoff. Richard R.................................50. S3 Strand. Carole A...........................50. 95. 97. 99 Streeter. James M...................................71. 100 Streifcl. William...............................29. 50. 77 Strobel. Eugene E....................................71 Struble. Stanley W..................................71. SO Stubcr, Walter...................................... Stumvoll. Gerald C..................................50. 90 Such, Donald J......................................71. S2 Suhr. Curtis E.......................................79 Sunby. Charles .....................................125 Svcdbcrg. Lome M....................................71. SS Swanson. Albin L.....................................71 Swendsrud. Sybil 1...................................72 Swenson. James H....................................72. 90 Swenson. Melvern L..................................72. 81 Swenson. Ramon W.....................................SO Sylllng. Donald L....................................50 Syvortson. Dale......................................96 Syvcrtson. Gary R...............................72, 77. 91 T Teige. Ardell J.... Tesch, Ernst M..... Thody. Jay A....... Thom. Ronald C. . .. Thomas. David J. .. Thompson. Earl D. . Thompson. George A. Thompson. Rodney . Thompson. Roland L. Thompson. Ronald G. Thoreson. Orland E. Thorson. Donald R. . Thorson. Thclmer R. Thuen. Harold L. 50. 83. 135. 136 ...............79 ......72 .50. 90 50. 100 ......50 . . 72. 78 96. 123 .72. 81 .50. 84 72. 100 , .50. 88 72. sr, .51. 84 183Chemistry It nit ding . Tobin. Arthur R....... Tobolt, Roger L....... Toftc. Otto C......... Tomlinson. Darrel R. Trillin, Lorenz R. ... 'from. Keith O........ Tufto, Donald E....... ...........51. 25 .......72. 85. 91 ...........72. 7S ...............51 ...........51. 90 72. SO. 145. 147 ...........72. 78 V Ulmer. Lloyd C..................................51 Unger. Duri an H........................51. 94. 95 Urang. Ardean L.................................72 V Vaagcn. Theda L. ... VandenBurg. Richard. Van Dyke. Harry...... Vanities. James A. Vonaas. Charles L. Vermillion. Sylvester I Vetter. Joe.......... Vlg. Raymond K....... Viger. Richard II.... Volden. Eugene A..... Volk. Leonard .1..... Vonderharr. Linus---- Von Radon. Charles V. Vorwerk. James A. . .. Vostad. Donna .1..... .........................72 ....................51. SS ....................51. SS ....................72. 7S .........................72 72. 76. 135. 137. 139. 140 .................72. 92. 94 .....................51. £0 .....................72. 85 .....................72. 76 .....................51. 84 .....................51. 90 .................51. 84. S6 .. .52. 91. 93. 97. 9S. 105 106. 113. 128. 148 W Wacha. Ravmond J........................52. SS Wald. Donald R......................72. SS. 94 1S1 Waldcra. Darryl D...............72. 94, 127.136.145 Walkup. John L.............................52. 85 Walvatne. Maynard 0........................52. 77 Wandlcr. Leon E...................................72. 101 Wandler. Richard D................................72 Wanck, Darrel J............................52. 77 Wanglcr. Romaltus..........................72. 77 Wanner. Wilfred P........................72. 100. 91 Warfield. Glenn R..................................72 Warwick. Wayne L...........................72. 82 Wasness. Donald S..........................72. 85 Watkins. Gerald O................................ Wat land. Roy E....................................72 Wawcrs. Paul L...........................72. 96. 136 Weber. Allen D.....................................73 Webster, Jay C.....................................73 Wcllan. Walter. II............................... Werner. August...........................73. 92. 91 West. Dale J......................................73. 101 West. Lynn 1...............................52. 90 West by.’ Stanley E................................52 Westoni, Richard 0.........................52. 90 Wcttstcin. Roland S.................73. SS. 134. 136 Wetzel. Orville............................73. 76 Wheeler. Donna M...........................73. 95 White. Glen R..............................73. 76 Widmcr, Elmer. D...........................73. 90 Wicdrich. Roland W.........................52. S3 Wicgandt. James D................................ Wicmann. Harvey S..........................73. 82 Wics. William......................................96 Wilcox. Samuel G...........................52. 77 Wild. John L...............................73. 82 Wilhelm!, Louis V.. Jr.....................52. 96 Will. Loretta M....20. 29. 52. S6. 92. 93. 9$. 109. 122 Willey. Darwin R.............................73. 101 Williams. James F..................................53 Williams. Robert W.................................73 Wilmot. William H..........................73. SO Wilson. Grant E.....................73. 100. 119. 136 Wilson. Rodney L...........................53. 90 Wilts. Patty L................................73. 109 Winter, Daniel A.............................145. 147 Witty. Leslie E....................................73 Wolf. Leo E....................................... 73 Wolf. Robert J.............................73. 78 Wolf. Wayne R..............................73. Si Wolfe. Elmer R.....................................79 Wolfe. Rosella ..............................73. 132 Wolff. Dale D...53. 106. 114. 117. 125. 145. 146. 148 Wolfswinkcl. Leslie A..............................73 Woodward. Mary .............................. 23. 53 Worner. Wavne M..........................53. 111. 149 Wright. Delbert W........................73. SO. 81 Wyckoff, Gary G....................................73 Y Yaggic. Charles D............................... Yellowhammer. Walter G.........................73 York. R. Dale.............................53. 101 Young. Andrew E...............................J3. 77 Young. Donald E..............................."3. “8 Young. Orin R.........................53. 135 136 Young. Shirley A.......................... • • - 73 Young. Thomas J...........................73. 7S Z Zahn. Elmer W.............................53. 84 Zeller. Orville H.........................53. 85 Zcnt. Howard A............................53. SS Zimmerman. Irvin R.............................73 Zimmerman. Richard W......................53. 101 Zink. Leo H...............................73. 78 Zoller. Herbert G..............................79 Zuern. Opal ...................................US Zwack. George F................................53


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