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

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HMD MB« o.siffl s»ol of soma nkv WI5 S?$a« a ic€ Sta$ Gcraid Pederson—Edilor Darrell Hack man—Easiness Manager Loren Deane—Art Editor Vernon E. Hcklncr, Odin Stulrud—Advisors 62 4y ztva,die Published by the North Dakota State School of Science Wahpeton, N. Dak. iHaMe (intents P yiexwxd 4 'Dedication 6 Administration to 'paouttcf t2 (graduates 22 'pxesAmen 72 Sfioits 95 Activities ??5 ‘Index ?37 Advertising t47Since the beginning of time, man has made a record of his achievements. With this in mind the staff of the Agawasic has prepared this yearbook. Recorded on these pages are the events and experiences of the 1961-1962 school year at the State School of Science. The staff will feel rewarded, if this volume recalls those past memories for your future enjoyment.T edicatiw For these following reasons and many more, no less obvious, the Staff of the 1962 Agawasie wishes to dedicate their yearbook to you. Donna Forkner... For forty-four years of dedicated teaching service to the State School of Science; For your many years of concern for those students who were endowed with less than average physical agility; For the inspiration and practical approach that you have given so many young women who have gone on to major in home economics; For the many acts of kindness that you have displayed in your school work, in your community, and in unsurpassed service to your church; And then, most important, because we like you and because we know we arc going to miss you, we dedicate this yearbook to you. 8 tdmiftMnAtifM bState ‘Saa'ut 'ytyiykei Sctcccaticw. Lett to right: John Conrad. Hismarck: Mildred Johnson. W ah pet on: Marlin G. Kruse. Kindred: Kalph Christensen. Minot. ’resident; A. K. Mead. Itismarck. Commissioner: Elvira Jeslrab. Willistonl Fred Orth. Grand Forks; Albert Haas, Sew Hoekford. The state institutions of higher learning in North Dakota arc governed by the Board of Higher Education. This board is made up of seven members appointed by the governor, and a commissioner elected by the board. The Board of Higher Education was created by a constitutional amendment enacted in 1938. This amendment gave it power to organize or reorganize any part of the seven institutions under their control, and to specify or change the prescribed curriculum of these schools. Budget requests, appointments to the several faculties, and maintenance of plant and facilities arc among items coming up at their regular meetings. Recently, a statute gave the board broader powers in the matter of standards for state aid to junior colleges. In this day and age of educational change and mushrooming enrollment statistics, we look to this board for the solutions to our many problems. The North Dakota State School of Science is recognized as one of the finest institutions of its type in the nation. Its graduates form the firm foundation of the technical and management personnel of a wide range of industries. The initiative, honesty and aptitude for hard work found in the people of As a student at the North Dakota State School of Science, you are a part of the large group of people who will make up the reputation of this fine institution of higher education in generations to come. the Upper Midwest forms a valuable human resource when combined in a North Dakota State School of Science student with the depth of instruction available at this fine institution. This combination has permitted in the past and will continue in the future to permit the North Dakota State School of Science students to make their maximum contribution in whatever field their interests lead them. Sincerely Yours. William L. Guy Governor 13G. V. Patterson Business Manager Mercedes Morris Dean of Women 11. A. lAberda Dean of Men Alvin C. Eekre Public Relations, Student Center Manager Merle Robertson Orlin Bakken Teacher Training, Curriculum Placement Director. Trades Office Development Manager s4 TfCeddciye fan, t£e 'P'ie4ide it . . . At the time this is being written, I am aware of the work that is being done by the Agawasie staff workers; and when the 1962 annual is ready for distribution, I know every one of us on the campus will be proud of it. Now to transgress from the decorous and the conventional, permit me to repeat here a statement which I heard recently that made a deep impression on me: "There will be no peace in this world of ours as long as people fight for the front seat in the bus, the back scat in the church, and the middle of the road”. This provides a great deal of food for thought. As I reflect on the inferences, I take the liberty of making a recommendation in your 1962 annual. It is this: Your 1962 yearbook is the Product of youth on a junior college campus. outh faces the task of improving the educational offerings in our schools and colleges in the decades to follow. Your challenge is this: How can you instill into minds of peoples everywhere that there must be consideration for the other fellow; that our only salvation lies in the Word of God; and that each must have the courage to stay on the right side of the road and constantly inculcate in the minds of others the fact that there is no other way to a lasting peace? That is your job. 'Tis better that I provide you with a challenge in the few words on this page rather than repeat the decorous and conventional of years gone by. Best wishes to each and every student as we approach the close of the 1961-62 school year. In all sincerity, G. W. Haverty President 15Lois Holm Business School Secretary Karen Cast President's Secretary Valeria Schillinger Trade-Technical Secretary Judy It rims Registrar’s Secretary Elizabeth Cities Business Office Secretary Kern Simek Trade-Technical Secretary Joyce Ellestad Trade-Technical Secretary roily Hanson Secretary to Director of Junior College and Dean of Men Donna Thompson Public Relations Secretary 16l.cfl to right, first roiv: Miss Morris. Roger Lemmon. George bitterer. Susan Patterson. Mr. fleklner. Second row: Deloris Warcken, Warren Wcigand. Doug tturvec, James Green. Student Officers President.....................George Fittcrcr, Trades Vice-President.......Roger Ix-mmon. Junior College Secretary...........Susan Patterson. Junior College Treasurer......................James Green. Trades Dance Chairman..........Warren Wcigand. Business Members Delores Warken. Business; and Doug Burvcc. Junior College. faculty Advisors Miss Mercedes Morris. Mr. Edward Wcrrc. and Mr. Vernon Hoktnor. Governing body for the students at the North Dakota State School of Science is the Student Cabinet. IPs members arc elected from each of the three divisions of the school and include both first and second year students. Any member of the student body must have n C average or better to be elected to the Student Cabinet. Each candidate must file a petition signed by 25 students from his own division of the student body. The Student Cabinet meets every Tuesday at 7:00 a. m. at the Student Center. Some of the duties of the Student Cabinet are: setting the dates, choosing chairmen, and granting the money for all school parties; hiring the orchestras for school dances, organizing Homecoming, deciding on student policies and activities, and appointing the editor and business manager of the Aga-wasic. The Student Cabinet writes the general student policy sheet and revises it when necessary every year. A new organization the Student Cabinet helped to start and finance this year was the Pep Club. Another new innovation was the publishing of the Student Cabinet minutes In the Dakota Scientist. Tile Cabinet also gives out a number of scholarships every year to students who participate actively in school organizations and functions. In the area of parties, it was decided to have coke dances every Thursday night from 7:00-10:30 in the Student Center. An ice skating party and a card party were also held. One of the Student Cabinet's biggest projects this year was helping with the student loan fund. 17Earl lute Mathematics, Physical Education Donna Forkner 1 Ionic Economics . L. Habcrman Accounting Morgan Kjcr English. Literature Ted Carr Commercial Donald Fauss Drawing, Mathematics flcmC i @olCeye and Elizabeth Uavcrland Biology. Physical Education Dale Jackson Music Henry Knight Physics. Mathematics Melvin Knodel Commercial 20Howard Lewis Business Fundamentals, Geology Mercedes Morris English Philip Lippcrt Mathematics, Applied Science ccdcaedd Schoat Esther Schulz Languages. English Myrtle Schultz Commercial Donald Seitz Chemistry Stanley Strega Psychology, English Alice IVallon Shorthand Eduard il'crre Government. Business, Athletics 21Cdteard Adams Linotype Clifford A nderson Electrical John Allen Industrial Drafting hade Duane Hallwebcr Auto Body Repair Russel llcier Radio-Electronics I'uald Christensen Radio-Communications Harvey Hisek Diesel Maintenance Xcla Cofjhlrtn Practical Nursing 22 S Wesley Allen Radio-TV HectuticaC Charles Huehhol: General Mechanics Doyle Cossin Industrial Drafting Orville Ellington Genera! Mechanics Herbert Did: Plumbing 'Diai Ctm Roy Hockney Refrigeration Her nor d Hilgers Machine Shop Spencer !token son Sheet Metal Arne Hinsecrk Machine Shop and Welding Lawrence Hutchison Lithography Clarence (ironnehery General Mechanics Hi chord Ho shell Drifting and Estimating Morin IIinseerk Electrical Math and Theory Merton Jacobson Electrical Wiring 23 Hiding Johnson Auto Body Repair Etl uin I Alike Related Subjects LorenIs Johnson Auto Mechanics Ecu hen Kies: Garage Shop Assistant Verlin Lundgren Electrical 7ec6tttc z£ Edwin Landmark Drafting and Estimating Clifford Mohs Diesel Assistant Wayne Meggers Civil Engineering Aide John Xeperad Auto Electrical lljorn Moisted Industrial Electronics Shirley tXord Practical Nursing 24Walter Osier Auto Body Repair 'Ditti iavt, l.undon Peterson Related Subjects Cordon Plum Printing and Journalism Leonard Kuzieka Drafting and Estimating Karl Smith Machine Shop lean Sand Drafting ami Estimating Patricia Schmitt Practical Nursing (•lean Peterson Garage Shop Donald llostey Radio-Electronics Warren Schuctt Garage Shop Cites ter S m uh! Electrical 25Donald S per liny Civil Engineering Aide Odin SlnlrnJ Printing liade 'lec uicaC 'Diviaiaa Helen Vallnycr Practical Nunsing Palmer Wiglil Diesel Maintenance Albert Va rider Linde Radio-Electronics Dale Will man Auto Mechanics Julian Szczitr Welding Grant Vnkcnholz Radio - Communications Walter Wcllen Radio-Electronics William Yost Related Subjects 26Loren: Tritlen Warren Olson Assistant Manager Bookstore Assistant Student Center S ddidtuutd in idntini tnatian Mildred Ltirsxon Librarian Clean licgnii Business Office Assistant Student euM Service Dr. D. G. Jaelining Muriel Connolly School Doctor School Nurse 27J(mica A. Ilorlon Director of Trade-Technical Division - 7cc aic zC 'Divi iw In the minds of many this is a time of crisis. A crisis as far as education is concerned. This is the age of the super-sonic plane, of automation, the sputnik, of space travel and rapid technological changes. Basic training for the skills required in this age is a must. Basic training in an atmosphere such as that which is available here at the State School of Science provides each person with a broad background of knowledge and skills which arc so necessary to meet the demands of our present society. This is a time of crisis only for the untrained. This is a time of opportunity for each of you who have spent this past school year here at Science. We are living in a time when changes of all kinds will continue to modify the way we live and work. This is progress. New forms of energy, new kinds of machines, new ways of doing things are being thrust upon us from all sides requiring a people who have the background of training and education which enables them to apply the new technologies. May each of you who have attended here this year be instrumental in and assisting with our technological progress. JAMES A. HORTON _ I I Cerald Abel Karlsruhe Radio. Television Pal Amberg Stew York Mills. Minn, Auto Mechanics I ion (tld A nderson Nome Electrical Harold Anderson Wahpeton Radio, Communications Howard Antes Chamberlain, S. Dak. Diesel Larry Areand Epping Diesel Jerome As kelson Cooperstown Electrical Wayne Hacslcr New Leipzig Auto Mechanics Michael Hakcwcll Waubay, S. Dak. Printing Marlow Hakken Vclva Electrical Jim Hold Wahpeton Industrial Drafting James Barclay Wahpeton Drafting and Estimating 31 — _i■ Jerome Rarsnenn Glcnwood, Minn. Civil Engineering Aide Ralph Rartholomuy Sheldon Diesel Merlin Reach Carrington Auto Body Delone Rent: Hazon Industrial Drafting Donald Henze! Hardin, Mont-Auto Body Carlin Rerglol Sherwood Auto Mechanics Jack Denxlinch New Rockford Auto Body Carlin Rina Michigan Civil Engineering Aide Ceroid Rjcrgo I-'orgus Falls. Minn. Auto Mechanics Cary Rjerke Northwood Industrial Drafting Donald Rjerke Grand Forks Printing Daaae Raehaiag Hankinson Civil Engineering Aide 32 - Bowman Auto Mechanics Gary Mrenden Souris Radio, Television Claude Urinate r Bowman Auto Body Donald Mroun Hannah Auto Body Lowell Market Ulen. Minn. Civil Engineering Aide Gerald Mraaten Kindred Sheet Metal David Mronson Brcckcnridge, Minn. Civil Engineering Aide Eugene Buekmeier Maddock Diesel Keith Moulais Aberdeen, S. Dak. Industrial Drafting William Moutwcll Wahpeton Drafting and Estimating Charles Hoyles Woodward, Iowa Printing Allen Mraaten Kindred Civil Engineering Aide Charles MurkRoy Cody Forman Radio, Television Robert Christenson Benson. Minn. Radio. Television Jonathan Connolly Ed more Electrical David Cooper Wendell. Minn. Radio, Television Roger Conlthart Grafton Radio, Television l.yle Dahl Tolna Diesel Kenneth Deck Harvey Civil Engineering Aide Chuck Decry Jamestown Sheet Metal Dean Deuing Portal Auto Mechanics LeRoy Dlckhaut McClusky Auto Mechanics Frank Du Fra lie St. Paul. Minn. Refrigeration Curtis Kbel Hankinson Civil Engineering Aide 31 Dennis Hitlers Wahpeton Industrial Drafting Derryl Ellingson Berlin Auto Mechanics Gerald Enter son Mohall Printing Itr inn Ettgc Bismarck Radio, Television Arloc Erickson New Rockford Diesel Clifford Erickson Kpping Auto Mechanics David Erickson East Grand Forks. Minn. Radio, Television Erie Ericson Hankinson Radio. Television Gerald Erickson Coulee Diesel 1 Valter Ernst Sabin, Minn. Radio, Television Wayne Estenson Elbow Lake. Minn. Printing Gordon Everson Warren. Minn. Drafting and Estimating 35 5 Harold Everson Granville Auto Mechanics Wildet Fandricli Beulah Auto Body Duane Fast Alscn Drafting and Estimating Xorbert Feist Zeeland Auto Mechanics James Fisher Portland Auto Body George Fitlerer Mandan Radio. Television Stuart Flan Wnhpcton Diesel Gene Ford Moore ton Auto Mechanics lionald Foss Hatton Refrigeration Ordean Fossa a While Earth Diesel Dean Franks Cavalier Refrigeration Dow ell Fruhwirth Bismarck Drafting and Estimating 36 Jerome Good man Milton Diesel Julian Fugere Fargo Electrical Eugene Fuhrman Bowdon Industrial Drafting Larry Fulton New Town Radio. Television Charles George Solon Auto Body Duane Geske Enderlin Drafting and Estimating Daniel Gidding. Breckcnridge. Minn. Electrical Gary Glandl Wahpcton Radio. Television Ronald Gocrtcl Mandan Radio. Television Wayne Gehring Denhoft Radio, Television Laurence Geir Milton Auto Body l.atcrence Cange Drake Drafting and EstimatingCharles Glynn Fullerton Diesel James Cordcr Wahpeton Electrical Dennis Crandalen Portland Auto Body James It. Green Valley City Drafting and Estimating James A. Greene Nome Diesel Gordon Crimson Hatton Refrigeration Robert Cronos Aberdeen, S. Dak. Drafting and Estimating James Cross Shcycnnc Auto Mechanics Stanley Cuter New Rockford Auto Body Richard llaas Venturia Auto Mechanics Robert Hass Clarissa, Minn. Auto Body Hartow Hugeness Pleasant I-akc Diesel Hartley II ageness Pleasant Lake Auto Body John llallrjuist Wahpeton Drafting and Estimating llernard Hanebuth Deer Creek, Minn. Diesel Lawrence Hanson Alexandria. Minn. Radio. Television Wilmoth Hastings Grand Forks Refrigeration Wayne Headlec Pcquot Lakes, Minn. Electrical tloxye II off cl finger Barney Refrigeration Donovan Hcgrc North wood Refrigeration Harlan Heinle Hebron Auto Mechanics Donald Deluxe Dazey Diesel Roger Henrickson Fort Ransom Radio. Television Charles Delta Portland Auto Mechanics Charles Henry Fordvillc Electrical Roger llcnlges Great Bend Industrial Drafting Gail lleydl Minot Diesel Michael Iliads Flaxton Auto Body Dennis llinsi Fargo Electrical Rodney Holer Rivcrdalc Diesel Thomas lloflarth Langdon Sheet Metal Dennis Hokanson Rosholt, S. Dak. Diesel Myron llolen Fargo Electrical Gordon Holmes Starkweather Industrial Drafting Carl Holler Hatton Industrial Drafting At don lloppa Cayuga Drafting and Estimating 40Larry Hovda Parshall Auto Body Douglas Huderle Bast Grand Forks, Minn. Drafting and Estimating Charles lutberg Devils Lake Auto Mechanics Jerry Jacobs Gettysburg, S. Dak. Diesel Dallas Johnson Fillmore Electrical Dennis Johnson Heimdat Industrial Drafting Eugene Johnson Noonan Auto Body Arlan Jr win Wahpeton Drafting and Estimating Donovan Janich Mahnomen. Minn. Industrial Drafting James Jewell Wibaux, Mont. Auto Mechanics Wallace Job Linton Radio and Television l.emar Jensen Stockholm. S. Dak. Radio and Televisionj Jerald Johnson Christine Radio and Television Robert Jokurnsen Mahnomen. Minn. Industrial Drafting: (Jerald Jorgenson Ryder Auto Body James Kapitan Wahpeton Drafting and Estimating Mike Karpenko Kief Auto Mechanics Duane Keller Nashua. Minn. Auto Mechanics Gerald Kemniit Anamoosc Auto Mechanics Dennis Kemp Hamilton Auto Body Merle Kind Pelican Rapids. Minn. Auto Mechanics Elroy Kjelland Park River Auto Mechanics Cornelius Klein Karlsruhe Auto Body Raymond Klein Gary, Minn. Electrical 42James Kramer Karlsruhe Radio and Television Jack Kritzberger Sabin, Minn. Auto Mechanics Eduard Kubis Cogs wall Radio and Television Charles Klemclson G winner Radio and Television Gaylord Klessig Wahpeton Printing Lloyd K nod el Kief Diesel Eugene Kosbab Forman Radio and Television Kiehard Kolrba East Grand Forks, Minn. Electrical Tony Kraft Minot Industrial Drafting Robert H. Lamont Aberdeen, S. Dak. Auto Body Henry K. Lankoic Foxhomo. Minn. Radio and Television Albin R. Larson Grenora Civil Engineering AideRobert ',. .arson Minot Auto Body Duane '. Lau rence Wahpcton Electrical Dennis . Leas Rock Lake Diesel (iary M. Leen Wahpcton Sheet Metal Hay LeClerc Devils Lake Civil Engineering Aide liichard Lekang Wyndmerc Radio and Television Nell Lien Audubon. Minn. Radio and Television .ester L. Lillibridgo Watford City Auto Body Deiccy Lindgren Park River Auto Body Uichard Lindstrom Kensal Auto Body Joseph Listopad Park River Electrical .nrry Longtine Lake Park. Minn. Auto Mechanics 44David Loren: Lawton Diesel Robert huger Fort Yates Radio and Television James Lukins Ancta Electrical Jon I.under Wahpeton Electrical LcRoy McCann Min to Printing trace McCullough Hope Civil Engineering Aide David McGinnity McGregor Auto Mechanics Allen Mack Drake Auto Mechanics Rodney Matter Columbus Auto Body Gary Magnwton Wilmar. Minn. Auto Mechanics Michael Maher Appleton, Minn. Radio and Television Deforest Matstroin Maplcton Auto Mechanics •15 . C. Maxwell Wahpeton Electrical Jerry Meide Wahpeton Drafting and Estimating llonatd Meyer Fairmonnt Sheet Metal Arlo Miller Hazen Radio and Television Hie hard Moe Beltrami, Minn. Electrical Glenn Moen Caledonia Electrical Glenn Monson Fargo Radio and Television I’hilip Monson Del-am ere Auto Mechanics Orris Mundahl York Diesel Anita Murray Beulah Drafting and Estimating Jerry Murray Kenmare Industrial Drafting Jack Myers Big Timber. Mont. Civil Engineering Aide 46 Wayne A. .X ant in Bowman Auto Mechanics David {. Nelson Edgelcy Auto Body Haber I A. Nelson Kenmarc Refrigeration Ardent! E. Net ties! ad Pelican Rapids, Minn. Electrical Dean IF. Newton Wahpeton Diesel l.ancc J. Nielson Wilmot. S. Dak. Drafting and Estimating William II. Nil: Annmoosc Diesel Neiland Oatt Columbus Industrial Drafting George Oberlander Kulm Sheet Metal George O'Hrien Osakis, Minn. Drafting and Estimating Harold Odegaard Wyndmoro Electrical Jerome O’Fallon Kenmarc Industrial Drafting 47 ;.William Olson Fargo Printing Diehard Pays Bolcourt Sheet Metal Ceroid Pederson Steele Printing Sydney I.. Per hits Kindred Printing Douglas Perske Wnhpeton Electrical August Pleiler Devils Lake Drafting and Estimating Cary Pigeon Dunselth Diesel Peter Pokorny Wahpeton Drafting and Estimating liernard I’oUcstad Bisbcc Auto Mechanics Percy Pouricr Brockenridgc, Minn. Auto Bo ly Walter Putnam Linton Auto Mechanics Duane Quaschnick Fargo Sheet Metal •18Kid red Knmstad Hatton Auto Mechanics lie I uiii II undo in Killdcer Radio and Television Kenneth tenner Springfield, Minn. Diesel John lipplint er Wahpcton Electrical Oot id {odd Scranton Electrical Jon Itolie Kindred Printing Ocnnis lionet Oakes Printing franklin lose Warroad. Minn. Civil Engineering Aide Herman Hose Freeport. Minn. Radio and Television James loth Grafton Sheet Metal William Hudolph Wolford Radio and Television Donald Sakry Bamesvillc. Minn. Civil Engineering Aide "I Hichard Sampson Montevideo. Minn. Auto Mechanics Konald Schaffer Edmunds Auto Body Michael Schell Devils Lake Printing1 Michael Schmid Watertown. S. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Dale Schmitz Kenmare Refrigeration Leo Schneider Glen film Auto Mechanics William Schultz Hillsboro Drafting and Estimating Henry Seeman. Jr. Mandnn Auto Mechanics Itonald Shaw Hazclton Electrical Vincent Shaw Fort Totten Sheet Metal Allen Shelton Cogswell Auto Body Kenneth Sieher Columbia. S. Dak Auto Body 50Weliard Siebrecltl Morris. Minn. Industrial Drafting George Simck Dickinson Auto Mechanics Wayne Skibieki East Grand Forks. Minn. Drafting and Estimating Calvin Smith Vclvn Auto Mechanics Ervin Smith Bel field Drafting and Estimating Eldon Sochren Regent Auto Mechanics Marais Spcidcl Lidgerwood Communications James Stanhope Detroit Lakes. Minn. Civil Engineering Aide Glenn Stearns Detrait Lakes. Minn. Auto Mechanics Itieliard Stenherg Fargo Auto Mechanics truce Stockslad Milnor Industrial Drafting Konald Strom Audubon, Minn. Auto Body 51Truman Sunde Hannah Radio and Television Rolf St ones Ktntyrc Diesel London Swanson Sheldon Industrial Drafting Rodney Swenson Farwcll. Minn. Radio and Television David Sylvestor Starbuclt. Minn. Drafting and Estimating Robert Tees Jamestown Auto Mechanics Maurice Tessier Horace Radio and Television (Ur n Thompson Cogswell Drafting and Estimating Richard Thompson Wales Refrigeration Roy Thompson I-ibby. Mont Electrical t.loyd Lotte Grand Forks Radio and Television Holland Topp Clenfield Auto Mechanics 52David Traiser Drake Electrical Robert Tretler Hope Auto Mechanics Duane Trudel Pembina Electrical Millard Voeliz Twin Brooks. S. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Clair Voigt Rhame Radio and Television Robert Vreim Wilmot. S. Dak. Drafting and Estimating Vernon I'ssatis Nome Diesel he Rot Vaag Lake Park, Minn. Diesel Cary Van Fleet Killdecr Auto Mechanics Marvin Wagner Goodrich Industrial Drafting Loren Wagnild Wolf Point. Mont. Civil Engineering Aide Adam IVanner Bclflcld Printing I Donald IVavra Endcrlin Printing Charles Weaver Ponsford. Minn. Radio and Television Clarence Weigel Zeeland Auto Mechanics Dennis Wiese Louisburg, Minn. Radio and Television Roger Werre Bismarck Radio and Television Douglas Winkler Oriska Refrigeration Thomas Wirla New York Mills. Minn. Drafting and Estimating Jerry Z.ech Bismarck Auto Mechanics Daniel Zimmerman Wahpeton Drafting and Estimating Wayne Zimmerman Glyndon. Minn. Diesel Terrance Boc Minot Refrigeration Dennis Ogroske Perham. Minn. Communications 54 z. »»'. .• . Xordgaard Registrar, Business School Head 'Sudiviedd Sc aaC 'Dividiau Money? Position? Prestige? Security? Fun? What is your goal in life? Those pictured in this annual are now faced with this problem or should be. The diploma you possess is no assurance whatsoever that you are going to attain a goal whatever that goal might be. The knowledge and skill that it implies will be valuable to the extent that it is put to proper use. This is where the "Goal” comes into the picture. If you have a purpose in life, you can determine what activities you must carry out in order to attain what you desire. If wealth is what you most desire, then you will have to start, at least, by saving some of the money that you earn. Eventually, you will put these savings to work for you to create more wealth. Perhaps you will purchase a business. Some invest in real estate. Others will invest in the stock market. Whatever the choice might be, every move will require care- ful thought and study. Some will strive to attain wealth by seeking advancement in the organization for which they work. This approach too requires careful planning. Your every activity will be evaluated. There is always a great deal of competition for the higher paying jobs. Only those with the "Right" qualities are chosen. Whatever your goal might be, there is no easy way to achieve it. It will require work, study, determination, help, and planning. There is no secret formula; however, there is one quality that is evident in most people who are successful. They are willing to work and work hard. Do you have a goal? Do you have a plan to attain that goal? Do you have the proper attitude toward work? I hope that you have, and I hope that you reach your goal. W. M. NORDGAARDCarol Abraham Wheaton. Minn. Business Arden Anderson Rutland Business Jane Atkinson Britton. S. Dak. Business Marian Barringer Brcckcnridgc. Minn. Business Judy Bendeicald Ashley Business l.inda Bergman Valley City Business Be ter Holme Colfax Business Shirley Buchhol: Fergus Falls. Minn. Business Donna Christianson Halstnd, Minn. Business Cheryl Clark Hettinger Business Linda Cook Brcckcnridgc. Minn. Business Judy Fenner Britton. S. Dak. Business 56Patsy Lee Wahpcton Business Joyce Fletcher Breckenridgo. Minn. Business Karen (Irani Belcourt Business Lyman Cinist Wahpcton Business Karen Hartman Britton, S. Dak. Business Oline Jordlirim Wyndmcre Business Huger Kalli Lidgorwood Business K (heard Thurnberg Fergus Falls. Minn. Business Joanne Ktipfel Ashley Business La.Xita Klipfel Ashley Business Caroline Krognesx Wahpcton Business Robert Johnson Lake Park. Minn. Business» James Lunch Browns Valley, Minn. Business Robert McLaughlin Wahpeton Pre-Education Jacquilin Maier Monango Business Donna Miller Forbes Business Ueeerly Murdoff Kent. Minn. Business Loyd Oberg HooplC Liberal Arts Pamela Oberg Wahpeton Business Susan Patterson Wahpeton Business Patricia Schmit Fairmount Business Judith Schulz Buchanan Business Cordon Stcanson Moorhead, Minn. Business Douglas Waite Brcckonridge, Minn. Business 58Delores narcken Forman Business H'nrren II eigand Wendell, Minn. Business Jeannette II ilkie Holla Business Lynn IVinjc Lidgenvood Business Sandra IVolf New Leipzig Business 59Vernon K. Ileklner Director of Junior CollcKe (Utttio-% oi(eye VivUiott Exactly one hundred years ago Congress passed the Homestead Act giving free land to settlers. Everyone knows that many people have been fortunate enough to become millionaires by finding gold, oil or uranium. Millions more have been made in stock and grain simulation. This is all good and well but it has resulted in an attitude on the part of many Americans that it is possible to continue to get something for nothing. This is an altogether dangerous philosophy! The old-fashioned virtues of hard work, and an honest application of one's talents to the job at hand are as important now as they ever were. There is a lesson for us in an old legend concerning a king who called his seven wise men together to compile the wisdom of the ages. They worked hard for seven long years and reported back to the king with seven prodigious volumes. The king was dissatisfied and ordered them to condense their work into a more manageable form. So after throe more years they came back with about 300 pages. "Still too long.” said the king as he ordered Merlin, one of the seven, to put a synopsis of the 300 pages on one page. Merlin, the wizard, did even better. The king, that same day, received a single page upon which was written a one-sentence message: “There is no such a thing as a free lunch.” So as you leave the State School of Science. take up your work not expecting to get something for nothing but in full confidence that your labor honestly applied and the skill and knowledge you have acquired in school will mean more than all the luck that could be wished upon you. VERNON E. HEKTNER7 ✓ Merlyn Alexander Wahpcton Pro Engineering Terry Anderson St. Paul. Minn. Liberal Arts Kenneth Hcrgslront Fergus Falls. Minn. Prc-Enginccring Mary Anne Iterndt Wahpcton Liberal Arts l.arry It use hi ng Wahpcton Pre-Education Daniel Carlson Fergus Falls. Minn. Prc-Enginccring Torn Carman Wahpcton Liberal Arts Sharon College Carrington Liberal Arts Donald Connelly Brocken ridge, Minn. Pre-Engineering Dorence Cole Willow City Liberal Arts David I) evick Breckenrldge. Minn. Liberal Arts I .army Edwards Fargo Liberal Arts 61 Pale Rakers Rosholt, S. Dak. Liberal Arts Janet Evenson Wahpcton Liberal Arts Melvin Fischer Wood Lake. Minn. Liberal Arts Richard Gagelin Barney Prc-Eng incoring David (Sripenlrog Wahpcton Business Michael Gripentrog Wahpeton Pre-Engineering Richard llcjtnianrk Mantador Pre-Commerce Fork llilgcndori Minneapolis, Minn. Pre-Engineering Gerald I lor ah Mount Vcron. New York Pre-Education Janice lllig Fornum Liberal Arts Jack Johnson Norcross. Minn. Pre-Engineering Norma Jones Wahpcton Liberal Arts 62Darrell Hackman Wahpeton Journalism Hermit Haul man L kota Pre-Engineering Larry Herxlen Newbttrg Liberal Arts Alvin Lund Wahpeton Pre-Law Cary Muehler Lidgcrwood Liberal Arts Gary Sarum Rutland Prc-Education Jerry Hooxman Appleton. Minn. Pre-Engineering ii’ilbur l.arxon Breckonridge Liberal Arts Invert Lee Wahpeton Pre-Engineering Itogrr Lemmon Wahpeton Pre-Law Larry Loll Wahpeton Pre-Engineering Philip lA rd Breckonridge. Minn. Pro-Commerce Clarycc .Xnter Wahpcton Liberal Arts John Xeidviccky Lidgerxvood Pre-Engincoring David S'ordby Campbell. Minn. Pre-Engineering liugene Nygttrd Brcckcnridgc. Minn. Pre-Engineering Harold Oicn Grand in Liberal Arts Dougins Oss lireckenridge. Minn. Pre-Medical Katherine Peterson lireckenridge. Minn. Home Economics Charles Pinkney Fairmont Pre-Education Held Priebe lireckenridge. Minn. Pre-Engineering Sue llamstnd Wahpcton Pre- Education George KenviUe Wahpcton Pre-Education Dennis Dice Mohall Pre-Enginccring 61Mary Ann Rossutn Wahpeton Prc- Education Michael Rowen Wahpeton Liberal Arts Rat Ruddy Wahpeton Liberal Arts Gleason Sackmann Ashley Pre-Medical Frank Schmitt Breckcnridgc. Minn. Pre-Engineering Mark Scott Kingston). Mich. Pre-Education Ronald Speral Wahpeton Pre-Engineering Maurice Springer Wahpeton Pre-Engineering David Spring Brcckcnridge. Minn. Pre-Medical Terry Trullingcr Carrington Pre-Education Richard Vagi Breckenridge. Minn. Pre-Engineering Charles Vasicek Brocket Pre-Engineering 65Dorothy Voigt Wahpoton Pre-Education Dennis Zimmerman Elizabeth, Minn. Business Korin Kiddle Carrington liberal Arts 6G'Jeatu'ied ScmcnA No student can say that his two years at Science have not changed his life. This is why anxious freshmen come to our campus and leave via graduation as confident seniors. Although we are the first to admit that education in this modern age is a never ending process, we are confident that two years at Science were two years well spent in equipping students with the armor of skill and knowledge to meet the challenge of the world at work. Traditionally yearbooks feature all seniors, which is as it should be. However, as in everything else in life, there arc some who lead while others follow. These featured seniors have, by their exceptional qualifications. merited special recognition. High academic proficiency, leadership, willingness to accept responsibility, and general contribution to the many phases of campus life arc the hallmarks of college sucess. It was to these characteristics that the faculty committee addressed itself in the selection of these seniors. It is the hope of the committee that by saluting these seniors, many who will graduate in future years will be motivated to embrace the exemplary characteristics that these featured seniors have shown while in attendance here. 67 THE FACULTY COMMITTEEGeorge Edward Fitterer . . . Radio and TV . . . hails from Mandan . . . mastered parliamentary procedure as he continues to serve capably as 1962 Student Cabinet proxy . . . took a bride at midyear . . . will be a graduate SSS can be proud of. 68David Norman Dcvicfi . . . ardent worker for Melodic Caravan last near . . . product of Hreckenridge High . . . ambitious enough to graduate from the Junior College one f uarler early . . . has a long list of campus activities to his credit . . . just a nice guy. 69Susan Diane Patterson . . . 11 ah pet on High product . . . one of the busiest persons on campus . . . Sacajuicea proxy . . . secretary of the Student Cabinet . . . is proof of the old saying that "when you uant a job done well, yet a busy person to do it." . . . has passed Civil Service tests with flying colors. 70Charles Ervin Hoyles .. . printer, extraordinary ... Mr. Editor around this campus . . . is intimately familiar with deadlines and difficulties as he seeks to yet another issue of the Scientist off the press. 71 Patrick James Iluddy . . . the first of the Ruddy dynasty . . . calls a farm just outside of Walipeton home .. . able master of the campus service club. Circle K . . . right arm of Mr. Seitz in chemistry lab . . . where there’s a job to be done. Put will be there to do it .. . is enrolling at St. John’s next year to complete his bachelor's. 72Janet Evonne Evenson ... faithful pianist for the Caravan . . . beautiful attendant to the 1961 Homecoming Queen . . . another gift of Walipeton High to SSS . . . this comely blonde rates as a real asset to the Junior College. 73James Lee Green . . . Valley City's contribution to SSS . . . capable drafter and faithful student cabinet member representing Trades . . . took early leave of school for placement . . . some employer’s gain teas SSS’s loss. 74Roger Lowell Lemmon . . . vice president of the Student Cabinet . . . active member of Circle K . . . calls Detroit Lakes home, but would rather head out toward Valley City . . . contemplates attendance at UNI) Law School next year. 75Gary Alien Narnnt . . . possessor of one of the highest f rade aver ayes in the Junior Coll eye . . . one of the most handsome men on the campus . . . efficient library assistant ... a most effective committee chairman as he managed the ft ( I Homecoming . . . comes to as from do ten near the border oat Rutland way. 76Ellen Frances Muir . . . Miss Perfect Tape to the printing industry . . . conies to us from out Mooreton wag . . . wherever there's work to be done, Ellen’s capable hands arc there to do it .. . future plans include an August wedding.l-ett to right, first row: Merten , Klein. Cullickson. Martin. Schepp. Feist. Sehtcan. Second row: Hillebrand, Hrusven. Lilt. Faleide. Morkcn. Nelson. Faulson. Christianson. Lett to right, first row: lierdahl. Ilurr. Short. Soniniertirld. Krendefur. Moeller. Waller. Second row: Claesmann. Wegh. lidlin, Foist ad. Schreiner. Stronse. Mann. Hill. I.ell to right, first row: Speidel. Xent:, Hade cold. Xlutickg. Williams. Warner, Littke. Second row: Vicier, Weathcrhcad. Wald. Ward. Verlin, Young, ll'erncr. 81Left to right, first rote: Moody. Fine, fxwe, lloespflttg. Montonye, Kaczmarek. Magehrzak. Second row: Ulock. Stick, Miller, Kttrsinger. Anderson, Linenko, Mnehler, Itrckkc. Left to right, first row: Hoff, Carlson, Smith, York, tXclson, Lnpinek, Zentz. Second row: Ostand. Hart:, Mnnd. Packineau, Itohnenknmp. (ioerger. Kaplor, finber. Left to right, first row: Olson. Smith, Kohler, Miller. Lomheim. Olio. Sloppleworlh. Second row: Anderson. Hester, Malts, Si cert son. Sled man. Maasjo. Mariner, Olson. 82Left to right, first rote: Swanson. Mocn. Engel, fleck. Domogulski. ftoyko, Hcgdahl. Second rote: Haddock, Gordcr. fainter, Sager, Hanson, Ggltcn, Itacncn. Heacoek. Left to right, first rote: Otcarson, Skachenko. fcarton. Nicotson, feterson. Sicbert. Turnquist. Second row: Stephan, Selk, Itolfsncss, Sliahanc, Sanasttck, Kordyaard, fainter, Nermoc. r'clt to n‘aht. first row: Gciscr. Hintgcn. Hare ego. Gross. Johnson. Kritsky. Crimson. Second row: Jones, Hayden. Hestdalcn, Hadlcr, Hunkins, Jensen, Krause, Johnson. 83Lett to right, first row: Ferris, Quascknick, Signctlc, Sorlg, Hanson, Christopher, Matson. Second row: Haag, Pederson, Barber, Roslen, Cummin gham, Solicit, Lenertz, Siedschlow. hell to right, first row: Kopp. Moon, La Fournaisc, Hagen, Hint gen, McDougnll, Me Michael. Second row: Mutlcnbueh, Motfet, Lev, Koosman, Murray, Meszuros, Lundgren, Laughridge. Left to right, first row: Caine. IVoeU. Hatton, Aflield. Iferlickson. Rinke. Amann. Second row: Maddock, Kudclka. Hoff. Iloisjolie. Enoo. Lokken. Knudson, Ifurchill. 84Left to right. first row: Wclharticky. lAtko, Hustad. heltelson. Lento, heller. Xisbrt. Second rote. Otilka, Held. Mahler. Hrunnemeyer. Haase, Loaf either g. hitlers. Klein. Caarsland Left to right, first row: halberer. Swanson. Ilolritz. Schmidtkc. Hanson. Jangnla. A meson. Second row: Usher, Melt. Walker. Frits. Hcebink. harries. Hand. Ilodin. I.elt to right, first row: Metgaard. Hohrer. Jensen. Greiner. heenson. Iloppman. Hoe. Second row: Peterson. Mikkelson. IIrandt. Hrinlcy. hngesser. Voltmers. Nundahl. Thompson. 85l.rfl to right, first rote: Thors tad. McGrow. Hansen. Larson. Tierce. Anderson. Christianson. Second row: Hocttger, Meiers. Seer cl, Verke. Hjcrkc. Elsbcrnd, Elsbcrnd, Leans. Lett to right, first rote: Muhs. AW . Donaldson. Hieniets, Slag. Myers, Larson, Second rote: H'cigand, Johnson. Carpenter, Johnson, Sackman, Dcnotch, Oksrndahl, Hutchins. Left to right, first rote: Martinson. Cross. Christianson. I.indherg. Sewman. Hrosoicskc. Thurecn. Second rote: Paget, Orsund, trash. Hcldcn, Paulson, Eduards, Ilian, Erickson. 86l.eft to right, first rote: Gustafson. Horn stud. Rrczsler England, Rost aw, Regnirr, Uoten. Second row: Raid or. Kecna, Schollmeger, Mur Held. Snider. Downing. Davison, Hannon. Left to right, first row: Sanda. Smith. Rolhwcll. Twcdt. Stanhra. Sikorski. Sveoin. Second row: Ruddy, Scliradick, Slow, Rcisc, Swanson, Roexsler, iVien. l.eft to right, first row: Eastman. Rereicr. Rialouicki. Johnson. Seihel. Raid win. Craig. Second row: 0 Ifara. Ceynar. Anderson, Ocn, Witte, Rtasl, Krump. Smith. 87Left to right, first row: Nelson, Hannesson, Pederson, ftartelson, Krier, llardie. Nelson. Second row: Summerville, Delonais, DeTennancour. Overn, Wildhani. Henson. Jaeger. Everson. Lett to right, first row: Lindstrom, Lehmann, Meshefski. Michels. Mlcoeh, Knapp. Michels. Second row: IJndseth. Lcnzmcicr, Larson, Miller, Mehl, LIU, Lundberg, McKibben. Lett to right, first row: Codes, Sander, Kaunas. Mead. Kracht. Marliri, Kemp. Second row: l aglund. Smith, Itrix. lloeppner, Engel, Dense, Ericksrud. flatten. 88I.elt to right, first rule: Froeldich. Wagner, fliseh. Feller, Campbell. If ample, flint. Second rote: Jorud, Janke. Xetson, Matthews. t.aFrance, Weight, (lerjets, Jorud. Left to right, first rote: Olsen. Thimjon. I’ecka. Horsier, hjesho, Itlaekburn. Stewart. Second row: Erb, Haugen. Out:. Olsen. Vogel. Loberg. ttogne. Schwab. I.elt to right, first row: .arson. Johnson. Fraser. Osendorf. Issendorf. Olson. Davidson. Second row: Wider. Masters. Ilriggs. Hendrickson. Ilnck. Jacobsen. Larsen. Larsen. 89JL 1,11 ,u n{,h,‘ ,ir 1 row: Rctixndd. Shiner. Renter. Gust. Thorton. Second rote: Moos. Odegard, nitcelit. Rot un. II ogtussek. Cross, Sprecher. Leingaitg. Lett to right, first row: Slreitrl l.eier. Voe. Griffin. Thom. I.. Hits. II'. Rlti. Second row: Erbstoesser. fstrxnn. »l enter, ttnhlgren. Schanitec. Sieber. Rati. Kloubcc.Lett to light, first role: Hicl, I!cane. Gleason, Hay, Burkhardt, Braekin, Brim cite. Second row: Bjorklund, Bengtson, Hamino. Anderson, Cobb, Samuelson, Liberda, Muzzy. Lett to right, first row: Johnk, Hods. Galt, Hanna, Gourde, llcgdahl, Hanson. Second row: Herman, Johnson, Hacrtling, Grcely, llennum, Hermes, Jordheirn, Gchring. Lett to right, first row: Howey. Thorpe. Johnson. Ehlers. Butsehke, Kimball. Holmstrom. Second row: Utke. Borderer, White. Biekett, Walters, Solbcrg, Glasgow, Wood, Aird.to right, first rote: Cliff gard. Hocn. Jensen, Doran. Kline. Scott. 1 cggc. Second rote: lluffcr, Higgins. Kietncle. l.ciscth. I’otcers, Vickstroni. Spensl. Aird. I’‘fl to right, first row: Sunders. Ilukkc. {nth. Tnhor. Tracers. Whitehead. Stenson. Second rote: Stccarson, U'erte, Shanks. Iteilaad. Schinit, Tingtun. Rente, Swenson. la right, first rote: Kohl. Pressor, Trotlier. tXelson. Schwartz. Craft, Lindquist. Second row: Swanson. Kennnitz. Ttirncuti, Jacobson. Hortnem. Kristjanson. Chevalier. 92Left to right first row: Martin, Reger, Armstrong. Amundson, ffauna, Hoff, Rieger, .Second row: Elision, Wilmart, Arntson, Tavcirnc, Smetana, boss, W agner, Mat:e. I,eft to right, first row: Rekow. Anderson. Lein. (Htbertson, Rnochson, Hitt, Hanson, Peterson, Second row: Larson. Olich, Christie. Lund, Thimjon. Lakeman. Haul, Totie. Lett to right, first row: fterndt, Pfeifer. Smith. Pedersen. Emerson, Monson. liohn, Second row: fiaschorc, Hiss. Melting, Twedten 'irkelson, Van Ornum, Sahli, Obenaucr. 93l.c l to right, first row: Harming. Kastman. Petersen, tinner. Stokstnd. Pearson. Crusted. Second row: Strnndtund, Heard. Itomfo. VanTasset. Harris, Opsnlit. Kartell, Schultz. Left to right, first row: f ndleg. Johnson, Feernharn, McLean, McKee, 1I'ahus, Windingland. Second row: Foss. Cox, Heartr. Fttrsley. Hose. Crahbe, O'Shea. Saltier. Left to right, first row: Gultickson. Sundeen. Kruk. Ptihlnian. fleck, f oiiland. Reihe. Second row: f.oerc. Schwartz, licit. Rhel, Scharnicr, Goerger, Sweeney. Xewman. 91I.c t to right, first rote: F.nerton. Courncau. Kreklau. Fox. Frederick. Dietzlcr, Dahlia. Second rote: Holm, Herder. Anderson, Hakkegard, Dreyer, Aarseth, Formaneck, Hud Moccasin. Left to right, first row: Hurvec. Hrix. Huchholz, College. Hragg, Cota, Aird. Second rout: Henson, Beeson, BatzlolT, Hi tidies, Anderson, Anderson, Harensheer, Baugh. Left to right, first row: Hiee. Krntochirl. Dunlap. Domsten. Wirtstetd. Anderson. Heastrom. Second row: til, Crilley. Dockter, Foseide, Brrattand, Lee. Lorenz. Fink. 95Left to right, first rote: Hodvig, Lund, Hendrickson. Haasingthwaite. McLeod. Human, llliss. Second row: Hobler, Holt, lidi tiger, Slaughter, Hcllger, Kemp. SehlefcUtein, Formatted:. Left to right, first row: Pauly, May, Kants, Kinn. Mace. Loher, Kants. Second rote: Puss. Power, Osborn, Morris, Klosterman, Koppelman, Osborn, Logos. felt to right, first row: Ott, Hoe, Kroke. Swisher. Pasdernik. Snyder. Hrotcn. Second row: Anderson. Saville, Anderson, Sttndby, Palmer, Lawrence, Quaal, King. 96r + mk Q. ° W Cl act 73. 84 ■q Ls.= a° n =? s40 %B2 s6] 31 ' I ‘ ■ft 1 pi 7A t 4 o 4 „- %■ 10 41 f %22 sg «3q d"7 £ -or ,; JSA Ji I iJN i a r A 20 64 ) m .J£kh ram TViCclcatd 'ZSave Succedd ul Sea ott Following a successful football season the following were awarded letters and jacket awards: First year men were Dan Harwood, Gary Knapp, Deforest Malstrom, Don Miller, Ed Pflipscn, Bob Rich, Darrel Rafte vold, Ron Stow, Billy Sturdevant, Terry Sturdevant, Roger Worncr, Mike Worncr and Dave Yaggi. Second year men were George Brackin, Curt Ebel, Harlow Hag-ness, Hartley Hagness. Charles Kinn, Jack Myer, Ron Mycr, Don Odcgard, Cal Smith, Dick Stcnbcrk, Gary Van Vleet. Capt. Tom Severson was a three year man. Severson along with Billy and Terry Sturdevant and Ron Mycr were selected for the 1961 All-Conference team. Terry Sturdevant was second in the conference in number of points Karl "Skip" Hulc scored during the season. The Wildcats started the season at Valley City, defeating the Vikings 18 to 6 in ii game that, saw the surprising Scientists dominate the play. The Vikings scored on a pass play in the closing minutes to avert a shut out. The next game played at Dickinson saw the Wildcats lead going into the final quarter only to lose 19 to 7. Errors by the defense let the Savages get away for a victory. The following week Jamestown College came to Wahpeton and the Jimmys were defeated by the rousing tunc of 20 to 0. Unwarranted by the final score, this was a well played rugged battle, showing Wahpeton playing a good defensive game against the Jamestown speedsters. The University of Minnesota, Morris Branch, playing it’s first intercollegiate football was next on the Cats schedule. The newcomers suffered a decisive loss to the Wahpeton team, 32 to 6. The entire Wildcat squad saw action in this game. The journey to Ellendale for this season saw the Cats again astride and easily waltzed over the Dustics to the tcm|x of 46 to 6. Again the Wildcats put on a good demonstration of passing and running to completely dominate the play. The Dustics only score was on a pass play. Science ended the season with a record of five wins and two losses. They scored a total of 117 points to the opponents 58. 99 Claiming Strategy 1961-62 Cheerleaders Standing: Karen Grant, Carol Ticete, Sharon College. Seated: Hetty Hakkegard, Ellyn ten zm tier, Judy Hendeuald. 100.•I Tense Moment While I Vailing tor the Measurement Tom Severson Center Hilly Sturdeiant Back 40= Dan Harwood EndRon Meyer Guard k Hartley IIagates Tackle IIa rlow lingeries Tackle Ron Slate Back Terry Sturdevant Back Janie Hitch hoi; Back "Cats” Lost- Championship Game 14 - 13 Coming into the final game of the season, the Cats had to have a win to share the championship. This win had to be over the Mayville Comets. But the Wahpeton squad's hopes were deflated as they fell prey to the visitors in a rough and tumble 11 to 13 win for Mayville. Mayville took advantage of several breaks and combined them for both of their touchdowns. Ed Pflipscn showed his great running ability and speed as he raced off for a 50 yard run to score the first six for the Cats. Then Billy Sturdevant passed to his brother Terry for the final TD for Science. A missed place kick left Science one point behind. In the closing minutes of the game Wahpeton threatened but bogged down on the 25 yard line to end the season in second place in the conference. The Wildcats may not have won the conference title, but they are due to be awarded a pat on the back for a real brilliant attempt. “Great goin' Cats.” 102I Cary Knapp Back Gary Van Vied Back Calvin Smith Tackle 4 Dave Yaggi Tackle Dick Slenbcrg Tackle Don Odegard End i Don Miller Tackle Jack Myers Back George Rrackin End 103I I Rob Rich Back Darrel Rail el-old Back lie Forex t Mulstrom Tackle Science Victorious In Homecoming Contest The Minot Beavers were the Homecoming attraction this year. The Cats lived up to the Homecoming slogan, saying “Why not whip Minot?” A brilliant running attack spearheaded by Bill and Terry Sturdevant and Ed Pflipsen led to a decisive victory for the hosting Scientists 27 to 7. In past years the Cats have had trouble with the Beavers, and this was sweet revenge for Coach Bute and his staff, as well as for the large crowd at the game. Lance Ebel End Chuck Kirin Center Duane Rcrlelxon End 101Touchdown Hound 1961 Fool ball Scores Science IS Valley City 6 Science 27 Minot Science IS lillendate S Science 13 Mtit l iUr II Science Dickinson 19 Science 20 Jamestown 0 Science 32 VMM s 105 IVe Wont a Touchdown1 S z £et aiCFront roil?, left to right: Heone, Hint gen. Sturdccant. I’ lipscn. licit Thunder. Kutbcrcr. Second row: Johnson. Sard gourd, Thorxtod. Itowen. Thompson, t'ntmcr. Wildcats Start 62 Sea ott 07 .ree ettermea Coach Kd Wcrrc The State School of Science Wildcats opened the regular 20-gamc schedule with three returning lettermen, namely Mike Rowen, Syd Beane, and Bob Johnson. Of these three only Syd Beane had been a regular from the 1961 team. Several good freshmen candidates brightened the picture, but the team lacked overall height, particularly at the center position. Among the freshmen who lettered were: Jim Hintgcn, Ed Pflipsen, Bill Sturdevant, Billy Cobb, Jon Kalberer, Mike Thorstad. and Jim Not'dgaard. Syd Beane was elected captain and was also the team’s leading scorer averaging nearly 16 points per game for a total of 330 points in 21 games. Jon Kalberer, a freshman from Hazel ton, had the highest number of points in a single game as he scored 33 against Bismarck JC at Bismarck. The Wildcats finished right in the middle of the NDIAC (5th place) with seven wins and nine losses. They were eliminated in the Junior-College play-off by Hibbing JC in a close contest. 107In lor Tu o Glen llegna Assistant Coach Syd Beane Forward Dick Thompson Center Jon Kalbcrer Forward Jim Xordguard Center Kill Cobb Guard Mike Rouen Center 108Hob Johnson Forward Jim IIin!gen Guard Mike Thors Ind Center Hall Time Ed 1‘flipscn Guard llill Palmer Forward Hill Slurdciant Guard 109Left to right: Tog Garza, Tor shall: Richard Crimmins. Bismarck; Mel Taylor. Bottineau: Lawrence Walker. Bismarck; Mike (1 ripen!rog. Wahpeton: Sam Walker, Ft. Yates: Barry I'cltier. Bottineau: Cal Smith. Wahpeton. Coaches Cordon I’attcrson and Ted Carr with their champs When the first call for boxing practice went out in October, prospects for the Golden Gloves boxing season looked very discouraging, as there was not a returning letterman or squad member from last year’s team. However, this year’s squad proved to be a dedicated group, and by extra hard work and effort, turned in one of the best records in recent years, when they won eight Golden Glove matches while losing only one. They made a strong showing in the annual Science sponsored Golden Glove tournament, winning two championships. Mike Gripcntrog won the welteivveight title in some very hard-fought matches, and Cal Smith proved himself to be the best of the heavyweights. In addition to Smith and Gripcntrog, other letter winners were Kenneth Deck, lighthcavy; Eugene Dclonais, lighthcavy; Jack Myers, middleweight; Lord Dcegan, middleweight; Kermit Kaufman, lightweight; Bob Trettcr, lightweight; and Wayne Thorpe, featherweight. Coaching the squad this year in addition to the veteran boxing coaches George Brack-in and Gordon Patterson, was Ted Carr, a former Science boxer, now on the Science teaching staff. IllWayne Thorpe Hob Tret ter Mike GripenlrogFront row. left to right: Captain Roger Jensen, Harold Anderson. Robert Rian. Wilbur Larson. Coach Merle Robertson. Jerry Rensvold. Darrel (iictzcn, iXcwetl A rut son. David Kline. State ScfaxoC x£ Science 'Socvtiafy 7eaai nderson, Jensen and f.arson Admiring Trophy Checking the Score Sheet against A DSu Ricking up a SparcIntramural Champs—Junior College H Front rote, left to right: Finn, Spring. Kerstrn. Shumaker. Proehnoio. Hack rotv: Odegard, Oherg. Marum. Fischer. atntUitcvuiC 'Sci Aet6-cM Standittya 1. Junior College B ........S-0 2. General Mechanics......8-1 3. Engineering Aide.......7-2 •J. Auto Mechanics...........7-2 5. Radio IB.................5-2 6. Radio 1A ................6-3 7. Junior College A ........6-3 8. Drafting and Estimating. 5-3 9. Junior College C ........5-3 10. Printers 1...............4-3 11. Architectural Drafting 1. 4-1 12. Electrical 2 ........... 4-1 13. 11. Commercial 1 15. Engineers ... 3-4 1C. Sheet Metal 17. Refrigeration ... 3-5 18. Commercial 2 ... 3-5 19. Radio 2B 20. Electrical 1 ... 2-5 21. Radio 2A 22. Printers 2 23. Industrial Drafting 1 ... 0-8 115(fatftrttci Delt€l First roit-, left to right: Issendort. College. Abraham. Ituchhotx, Maier. Ilaertlinq. Dreyer. Johnk. Keraten. Second row: I rochnow, Oicn, Zimmerman. Fischer, Just, Lakrma t, Spciacl, Sommerhela, i ordby. First rote, left to right: tioicen. Weigand. Caine. ftothiretl. Smith. Huge, Ilurkhardt. Wearer. Second rote: Mo Tct. Wagner. Tofte. Pinkney. Lemmon. Larson. Osborn. Jensen. Snrillc, Holme . Jlutfauxu Studmt lddoc£cUi Mi w" '; First rote, left to right: Hagcncss. Miller. Mace. College. Hagen. Pearson. Patterson. Erenson. Possum. Hugeness. Second rotr: Werre. Miller. Pearson. Hendeuatd. S'etson. Klipfel. Gustafson. Klipfel. Third rote: Lindguist. Koosman. Lee, tiukke. 118JL First rote, left to rif lit: Rtiland. Trullinger. Coin. Warcken. Forntnneck ilcrmcs Herndt. Ilintgen. Ilnd Moccasin. Lilt. II’aid, MeM. Second rote: Sikorski. lleatherhead. Petersen. Cross. H ard. May. Fletcher. Grant. Vertin. McKibben, Krogness. First row, left to right: Kapiton, Sanasack, McLaughlin, Holt. Sahli, Renville, O'Hara. Christopher, I.enertz. Vascek. Shahane. Second row: Testier, Hanson. Froehlich. Feist. Jangula. Gourde, Siebert. Hjorklund. Heck. Iliss. Hoesptlug. Third row: Gross, Kitbis. Ilald. Fan Ornum. I ruber . Morris, Itarclay. Abel. Leingang, Forrnaneck, Houtwell. 119First rou left to right: Mehl. Herman, hotter, Anrseth. Johnson. Krogness. ttauph, Fletcher, Murdoff, Fonnoneck Kolhwell. Second rote: Cook. Hagen. Me Doit gall. Hint gen. Haertling, Sehmit. Jordheim. Swearson. Swenson Third row: Smith, Henson, Wald. Sando, Hantz. Creely. Crimson, Hermes, Wcrlc, Ward, Pearson. Sacajawca winter tormnl 120 iFirst rote, left to right: Eyenson.Fenner, f.enznteier, Petersen. Atkinson, Hartman, Patterson, Possum, Weather-head. Had Moccasin, Vert in. McKibben. Cota. Second row: Erb. Trullinger, College, Nater. Schulz. Mag, ('lark. Itezac. Third row: Anderson, Herndl, Harenshcer, .Xicolson, llennuin, Ttcedt, Pauly, Lee, Mace, Shanks, Seeoin, Oberg. Hostesses at teaState ScAoct Science cuut Hand Members Pictured Above First row, loft to right: Kohl. Bchm, Enochson. Ramstad. Ward. Gripentrog. Hagen. Second row: Beane, Johnson. Winje, Bohn. Pinkney, McMichael, Bakken, Carmen. Rice. Nisbct, Davison. Third row: McDougall, Johnk, Sanda, Drcyer. Fourth row: Pederson, Brackin, Wavra, Rolie, Busching, Devick. Short, Ness. Iaindberg, Brunkhorst, Hintgen, Aarscth. The State School of Science Band made great strides this year. Membership was up to 15 and things look better for next year. The band played for all home football games. Queens Coronation at Homecoming. 2 pep rallies. 12 basketball games: two of these being out of town. Valley City and Jamestown. Christmas assembly, combined band concert with the two local high schools and a pop band for the baseball season. The Agawaslc salutes its men and women of music. 122The caravan portrays famous {roadway hits Larry, lights please TttefocUc M,cu au The Melodic Caravan travels as its name signifies. This year the Caravan has preformed for approximately 10.000 people. Bismarck. Williston, Valley City, Fargo. Fergus Falls. Minn., Detroit Lakes. Minn., have been some of the larger centers they have preformed at as well as many smaller locations. The Caravan provides real entertainment that is hard to match and the State School of Science is real proud of them. Members of this years Caravan are: Patrick Amberg, Paulette Benson. Mary Ann Berndt, Barbara Erb. James Jewett, James Kap-itan. Wallace Leiseth. Julie Me-Dougall. Tony McMichacl. Donald Moffet. Janet Mortell. Eu-gono Nygaard. Harold Oien, Charles Pinkney. Lynn Winje. Janet Evanson is the pianist and Patricia Hermes is in charge of the wardrobe. Technical crew members arc Larry Busching, Eugene Short, and Wayne Thorpe. Last minute adjustments Technical crew Pre-Performance chat 123I A1@cncle "K First rote, left to right: Carlson. Dahlia. Connolly. Xeidciccky. Hanna, Schmitt. Loll. Alexander. Second rote: Ruddy, Lund. Ha!let-old. Logos, (ialbreth. Rou en, l.cnirnon. Ruddy, Larson. !’riche. Sordby. First row. left to right: Morris. Syring. Ream-. Hankins. (Hen. Stow. Raftecold. Schradick. Call. Second row: Hagen. Smith. Mrhl. Ward. Xatcr. Dreyer. Ceiser. Trullinger. Lundherg. Hermes. Hlig. Hintgen. 126First row. left to right: Ur. Carr. Undslrom Skachrnko. Meshefski. Hegdaht. Holme. Weigand. Zimmerman. Second row: hox. (.ourdc. Just. Shahanc. Sanasack. Holiness. Turnguist. Anderson. Sicbert. First role, left to right: Cook, Sikorski. W rat her head, Aarseth, t.ohcr. Herman. Swearson. Fletcher. Ituchhol:. Lee. SUmbra. Second row: Itakkcgard. Itrndewatd. U'arcken. ('.rant, It'rrlc. Swenson. Itaugh. Harensheer. Third row: Sandtt, Kant:. IVaid. Itarringer. Christianson. Crimson. Mace. Cross. Oberg. First row. left to right: Fenner. Itergman. Hezac. Fliptel. Ktipfet. Miller. Abraham. Maier. Shanks. I ertin.McKibben. Cota. I.itl, Second row: Anderson. Schulz. Atkinson. Formaneck. Krogness, Clark. J.indseth. Frierson, third row: Murdofl'. St eam. College, Milter. Hartman. Xieolson. Iteiland. Hennum, Finn, ) ouiig, Cehring. 127ll'c Were Suiting Along . . 128'Parties The Pause That {el r exhex heading the Croud March Admiring the Christ max Tree The Hand I’layed on . .Editors Hoyles and Pederson Front rote, le t to right: Andrea Moon. Hill Iteanc. Julie Larson, Claudia Inking up a Press Heeson. Second rote: Don ll’avra. Jerry Emerson. Ayauasic Staff Front row. tell to right: John Hid. Sltaron College. Darrell Each man. Mary Anne Hcrndt. Cordon Morison. Second row: l aty Peterson, and Agawasie Editor Cerald Pederson. Dakota Scientist Staff Front row. tell to right: Mary Anne Hcrndt. Ellen Muir, Carol Creely, Claryec Safer. Dcloris Wareken, Sharon College. Second row: Sciential Editor Charles Hoyles and Darrell Eackman. 131Princess Jnnel Front roiv. left to right: Judy ftendeicald. Judy Fenner. Janet Keen son. Second rote: Mike ll'orner. Charles Pinkney. George Fitterer. Tom Severson. Gary Riorum. Judy Fenner I9CJ NDSSS Homecoming Queen Princess Judy131Hadio Club's First Finer Display Pep Hand and Cheerleaders A rouse Homecoming enthusiasm A r mn an Club's Second Finer Display 135‘Index and Student dli t A Aaracth. Carol ...D5. 120. 122. 127 Forman, B l Abel. Gerald ..................31 Karlsruhe. RTV 2 Abel. James...............90. HO Karlsruhe. AB 1 Abraham, Carol........56. 118. 127 Wheaton. Minn.. B 1 Ackling. Douglas Wahpelon I»-Ed 2 Adkins. Dennis Brcckcnridge. Minn.. P-Com. 1 Aftield, Ixmnic ..............81 Kent. Minn., AM 1 Aird, Donald .................05 Wahpelon. LA 1 Aird. Douglas ................01 Medora, E 1 Aird, Thomas..................02 Medora, DE 1 Alexander. Arlene Lisbon, b l Alexander. Mcrlyn........61. 12G Wahpelon. P-Eng 2 Alexander. Paul Tolley. KTV 1 Amann. Marvin.................81 Bock Lake. AM 1 Amberg. Patrick .........31. 123 New York Mills. Minn.. AM 2 Amundson. Dale ...............03 Callaway. Minn.. RTV 1 Anderson, Arden......56. 111. 127 Rutland. B 2 Anderson. Curtis Wyndmere, P-Eng 1 Anderson, Curtis .............06 Fergus Falls. Minn.. AM I Anderson. Dee Anno............05 Lttchvillc. B 1 Anderson. Edward .............82 Clear Lake, S. Dak.. ID 1 Anderson. Harold..........31, 113 Wahpelon, RTV 2 Anderson. Jancllc Williston. PX 1 Anderson. Larry...............87 Reeder. AB 1 Anderson. Lawrence ...........05 New Rockford. CM 1 Anderson. Paul ...............82 Canby. Minn.. AM 1 Anderson. Renee......05. 121. 127 Gardner. B 1 Anderson. Richard ............06 Fargo. AM 1 Anderson. Robert..............06 Souris. ID 1 Anderson. Ronald .............31 Nome. E 2 Anderson. Ross ...............86 Grafton. P I Anderson. Russell.............03 Fargo. DE 1 Anderson. Terrance ...........61 St. Paul. Minn.. LA 2 Anderson. Thomas .............91 Brcckcnridge. Minn.. P-Med 1 Anderson. Wesley..............95 Butte. P-Eng 1 Antes. Howard ................31 Chamberlain. S. Dak.. D 2 Arcand. Larry.................31 Epping, D 2 Armstrong. Duane..............93 Bclcourt. RTV 1 Arncson. Harlan ..............85 Havana. AM 1 Arntson, Newell ..........93. 113 Valley City. RTV l Ashbum. Judith Granite Falls. Minn., PX l Askclson. Jerome................31 Cooperstown. E 2 Atkinson. Jane .......06. 121. 127 Britton. S. Dak.. B 2 Azure, Delores Bclcourt. PN 1 B Bad Moccasin. Feannette ..95. 110 Pierre. S. Dak.. HE 1 121 Baenen, Vernon..................83 Jamestown, AB 1 Baesler. Wayne........31. 09. 105 New Leipzig. AM 2 Bakowcll. Michael ..............31 Waubay. S. Dak.. P 2 Bakkegard. Betty ....05. 100. 127 Fullerton, B 1 Bakkcn. Marlow.............31. 122 Velva, E 2 Bald. James....................31. 110 Wahpelon. ID 2 Bsddncr, Marilyn Mooreton. PN 1 Baldwin. James..................S7 Genesco. CEA 1 Barber, William ................31 Britton. S. Dak.. Ref 1 Barclay. James.................31. 110 Wahpelon. DE 2 Barcnxhcer. Catherine .95. 121. 127 Williston. B 1 Barringer. Marian..............56. 127 Brcckcnridge. Minn.. B 2 Bareness. Jerome ...............32 Glenwood. Minn.. CEA 2 Bartcll. Dennis ................01 Herman. Minn.. ID 1 Bartelson. Robert...............3S Panhall. SM i Bartholomay. Ralph..............32 Sheldon. D 2 Barton. Gerald Brcckcnridge. Minn.. E I Bartz. Michael..................32 Gwinner. RTV l Baschorc. Dale .................93 Meycrsdale. Penn.. P l Bassingthwaitc, Franklin ..06. 99 Sarles. AM 1 Batzlaft. Robert ...............95 Elbow Lake. Minn.. P-Eng 1 Bauer. John ....................91 Pettibone. ID 1 Baugh. Rhonda ........05. 120. 127 Jamestown. B 1 Beach. Merlin ..................32 Carrington. AB 2 Beadles. Orval .................95 Leonard. LA 1 Beane, l-orcn____91. 122. 126. 131 Wahpelon. LA 1 Beane. Sydney ............107. 108 Wahpelon. P-Ed 2 Bear. Gerald Corona. DE 2 Beastrom. Wayne.................05 Hazclton. GM 1 Beck. Duane ....................91 Meklnock GM 1 Beeson. Claudia............95. 131 Wahpeton. LA 1 Bchm. Errol................00. 122 Ftngal. DE 1 Belden. Thomas...................36 Groton. S. Dak.. ID 1 Bellika. Charles Gaekle. DE 2 Bendcwald. Judy .56. 100. 118. 127. Ashley. B 1 133 Bcngston. Allen ...............91 I-ake Park. Minn.. P-Ed 1 Benson. Curtis.................88 Maddock. SM 1 Benson. Paulette .95. 120. 123, 121. Wahpeton, LA 1 125 Bcntz. Dclone..............32. 99 Hazen. ID 2 Belize). Donald ................32 Hardin. Mont.. AB 2 Bcrclcr, Delilah................95 Bclcourt. LA 1 Bcrclcr, Lyman Bclcourt. SM l Bcrclcr, Raymond................87 Bclcourt. RTV 1 Berdiihl. Thomas................81 Grafton. Ref. 1 Berg. Gary Canby. Minn.. RTV 1 Berglof. Curtis ................32 Sherwood, AM 2 Bergman, Linda.............56. 127 Valley City. B 2 Bergstrom. Kenneth .............61 Fergus Falls. Minn., P-Eng 2 Bcrndl. Mary Anne 61.119,121.123. Wahpeton. LA 2 121. 125. 131 Berndt. Wayne ..................93 Wahpeton. P 1 Berner. Gene ...................90 Lidgcrwood. DE 1 Bertclson. Duane...........99. 101 Fairniount, P-Ed 1 Bcuning. Gerald ................91 Sauk Centre. Minn.. P-Eng 1 Bcuslinch. Jackie ..............32 New Rockford. AB 2 Bialouckl. Theodore.............87 Wolf Point. Mont.. AB 1 Bickctt. Dunne .................91 Melville. AM 1 Biel. John ................91. 131 Ortonvillc. Minn.. P-Eng. 1 Bilz. LcRoy ....................90 Jamestown. PI Bitz. William...................90 Jamestown. PI Bina. Curtis....................32 Michigan, CEA 2 Biss. Richard .............93. 119 Elbow Lake. Minn.. P 1 Bjcrgo. Gerald .................32 Fergus Falls. Minn.. AM 2 Bjcrke. Donald .................32 Grand Forks. P 2 Bjcrke. Cary ...................32 Northwood. ID 2 Bjcrke, Mcrvyn..................86 Northwood. RTV 1 Bjorklund, Roger...........91. 119 Brcckcnridge. Minn . P-Ed Blackburn. Larry ...............89 Brcicn. E 1 Bias), Dennis ..................87 Sheldon. CEA 1 Bliss. Ralph ...................96 Scranton. AM 1 Block. I-ynford .................82 Barrett. Minn.. AM 1 Blocdel. Robert Fargo. P 1 Bloom. John Fargo. DE 1 Blue Horse. John Rapid City. S- Dak.. DE 1 Bodin. Arlo....................85 Lake Park. Minn.. AM 1 Bodvig. Duane..................96 Tappcn. AM 1 Hoc. Allen ....................96 Ashbv, Minn.. AM 1 Boo. Gerald ...................85 Minot. E 1 Boo. Terrance .................51 Minot. Ref 2 Boehm. Gerald .................90 Kiltdccr, DE 1 136Bochning. Duane ................32 Hankinson. CEA 2 Boon. Ardcll ...................92 Mahnomen. Minn.. CEA 1 Bocspllug. Donald .............82. 119 Billings. Mont.. AM 1 Boctlgcr, Clarence..............86 Hamilton. P 1 Bohn. Carole...................95. 122 Lidgerwood. B 2 Bohn. Gene Grand Forks. RTV 1 Bohn. Gerald ...................93 Hankinson. P 1 Bohn. Judith Wahpeton. PN 1 Bohnenkamp. Gerald .............82 Cogswell. RTV 1 Bohrer. Carlyle.................85 Hazen. E 1 Boisjolie. Richard .............81 Sutton. E 1 Bolrnc, Peter..................56. 127 Colfax. B 2 Bortncm, Roger .................87 Fargo. RTV 1 Bestow, Du Wayne ...............87 Max. RTV 1 Bouck, Janice Fingnl, PN 1 Boulats. Keith .................33 Aberdeen. S. Dak,. ID 2 Boutwell. William..............33. 119 Wahpeton. DE 2 Boyko. laVerae .................83 Ruso, AB 1 Boyles. Charles........33. 71. 131 Wahpeton. P 2 Braalen, Allen..................33 Kindred. CEA 2 Braalen. Gerald ................33 Kindred. SM 2 Brackln. George ...91. 99. 103. 122 Lidgerwood. B 1 Bragg. Raymon...................95 Wahpeton. P-C 1 Brandt. Roger...................85 Upham. E 1 Brash. Douglas..................86 Cogswell. ID 1 Brat land. Kane.................95 Leonard. GM 1 Brcdcson. Janice Breckenrldge. Minn.. PN 1 Brekke. Larry...................82 Parshall. AM 1 Brendefur. Lloyd ...............81 Campbell. Minn.. Ref 1 Brenden. Gary...................33 Souris. RTV 2 Briggs. Ronald .................89 Canby. Minn.. E i Brinley. Darold ................85 Moorhead, Minn.. E 1 Brinstcr. Claude................33 Bowman. AB 2 Brix. Leslie ..................88 Valiev City. AM 1 Brix. Sharon ..................95 Valley City. PN 1 Bronson. David ................33 Breckenridgc. Minn.. CEA 2 Brosowskc. Duane ..............86 Colfax. ID I Brown. Donald .................33 Hannah. AB 2 Brown. Richard ................96 Nashua, Minn., AM l Bmnnollc. Douglas .............91 Belcourt. BA 1 Bninkhorst. Linda .............122 Wahpeton. LA 2 Brunnemcyer, William ..........85 Rock Lake. ID 1 Bruaven. Larry ................81 Steel. GM 1 Buchholz. James.......95. 99. 102 Villard. Minn.. LA 1 Buchholz. Shirley.....56. 118. 127 Fergus Falls. Minn.. B 2 Buck. LeRoy ...................89 Glenwood, Minn.. CM 1 Buck. Mervln ..................82 Hankinson, AM 1 Buckhoii.se, James Hankinson. B 1 Buckmcicr. Eugene .............33 Maddock. D 2 Bullish. Donald Park River. ID 1 Burchill, Lyle ................81 Valley City. AM 1 Burk. Charles .................33 Bowman. AM 2 Burkhardt. Colin .............91. 118 Guelph. B 1 Burkcl, Ijowcll................33 Glen. Minn.. CEA 2 Burr. Kenneth..................81 I-chr. Ref 1 Burxlngcr, Leo ................82 Blsbcc. AM 1 Biirvec. Douglas ..............95 Fail-mount. JC 1 Busching, Larry...............61. 122 Wahpeton. P-Ed 2 Bushcc, Kathleen Wahpeton. B 1 Rulzman. Roger Harrold. S. Dak.. AM I C Cady. Roy ......................34 Forman, RTV 2 Caine. Lloyd...............81. 118 Wimbledon. AM l Campbell. Bruce.................89 Minot. DE 1 Carlson. Daniel............61. 126 Fergus Falls. Minn.. P-Eag 2 Carlson. Keith..................82 Gnlchutt. RTV 1 Carman. Thomas.............61. 122 Wahpeton. LA 2 Carney. James Wahpeton. LA 2 Carpenter. Steven ..............86 Dickey. RTV l Cavanaugh. Eugene St. Michael. AB 1 Ccynar. Arnold .................87 Arncgnrd. AB 1 Chevalier. Robert ..............92 Forman. RTV 1 Christenson. Ccrald Oakes. LA 2 Christenson. Robert ............31 Benson. Minn., RTV 2 Christianson. Jerry ............86 Fargo. P 1 Christianson. Donna.......56. 127 Halstad. Minn.. B 2 Christianson. Cary..............86 Kcnnston, ID 1 Christianson. Paul .............81 Glcnbum. GM 1 Christie. Larry ................93 Moorhead. Minn.. DE 1 Christopher. Raymond ....84. 119 Breckenridgc. Minn.. Ref 1 Clark. Cheryl ........56. 121. 127 Hettinger. B 2 Cliffgard. Robert ..............92 Oakes. CEA 1 Cloud. Nixola Wahpeton. B 1 Cobb. William..................91. 108 Breckenridgc. Minn.. P-Ed 1 College. Donna........95. 118. 127 Esmond. B 1 College. Sharon ..61. 100. 118. 121. Carrington. LA 2 131 Donald Connelly................61. 126 Breckenridgc. Minn.. P-Eng 2 Connolly. Jonathan .............31 Edmorc. E 2 Cook. Linda............50. 120. 127 Breckenridgc. Minn.. B 2 Cooper. David ..................31 Bucyrus, AM 1 Cooke. Judy Upham. PN 1 Conlln. William.................90 Wllllston. AB 1 Cota. Grace......95. 119. 121. 127 Cracevllle, Minn.. B 1 Cote. Dorcncc ..................61 Willow City. LA 2 Coulthnrt, Roger ...............34 Grafton. RTV 2 Cournyer. Michael Wyndmcre. RTV 1 Cox. James .....................91 Grafton. GM 1 Crablic. Iairry ................94 Barton. GM 1 Craig. Gerald...................87 Hamilton. CEA 1 Cross. George ..................90 Aberdeen. S. Dak.. DE I Crudcn. Mary Lisbon, B 2 Cunningham. Lee.................81 Lunsford. Ref 1 I) Dahl. Lyle .....................31 Tolna.’ D 2 Dahlgren, Gary Wahpeton. JC 2 Dahlgren, Michael ..............90 Lake Park. Minn.. PI Dahlin, Donald............95. 126 Breckenridgc. Minn.. P-Eng I DnvicLson. Byron ...............89 Bucyrus. GM 1 Davison. Richard .........87. 122 Tintah. Minn.. RTV 1 Dense. James....................88 Clyde. AM 1 Deck. Kenneth...................34 Harvey. CEA 2 Deegan. Lord Emmet. SM 1 Decry. Chuck ...................34 Jamestown. SM 2 DeHoet. Carroll Wendell. Minn.. RTV 2 Delonais. Eugene ...............88 Belcourt. SM 1 Dcnowh. Lawrence................86 Fairview. Mont.. RTV 1 Depute. Daniel Berthokl. D 2 DcTcnnancour. Robert ...........88 Sentinel Butte. SM 1 Devick. David..........61. 69. 122 Breckenridgc. Minn., LA 2 Devlin. Thomas A. Finley. RTV 2 Dewing. Dean F. ................34 Portal. AM 2 Dickhaus. Duane J. Wahpeton. AMI Dickhaut. LeRoy R...............34 MeClusky. AM 2 Dietz. Charles Sentinel Butte. CM 1 Dietzler. Gary E. ..............95 Milnor. I.A 1 DoMer. Donald D.................96 Tower City. AM I Docktcr. Clifton ...............95 DenhofT. GM 1 Dodds, Darlene F. New Rockford. B 1 Domognlski. Richard I ..........83 Sturgis. S. Dak,. AB 1 Domsten. Marlin.................95 Coulee. CM 1 Donaldson. David ...............86 Oheron. RTV 1 Doran. Ardon M..................92 Comstock. Minn.. DE 1 137Downing, Ronald E..............87 Carlo . Minn.. RTV 1 Drcycr. Linda K. .95. 118. 122. 126 Condo, LA 1 DuFrane, Frank J...............34 St. Paul. Minn.. Ref 2 Dunlap. Gary K.................95 Holla, CM 1 K Earxlcy, Allan E..............9-1 Rcoder. GM 1 Eastman. DuWaync R.............87 Flandroau. S. Dak., AB i Eastman, Loran D...............93 Akra. ID 1 Ebel. Curtis H.........34. 99. 101 Hankinxon. CEA 2 Ebel. Donald R. Hnnkinson. P 2 Ebel. Lance D.............99. 101 Mankinson, E 1 Ebel. Ordcan D.................94 Fessenden. GM 1 Kdgerton. Richard B. Cayuga. DE 1 Edingcr, Richard A.............96 Sheyenne, AM 1 Edwards. Elwyn F. .............86 Wllliston, ID i Edwards. Ltnnv D...............61 Fargo. LA 2 ' Edwards, Sonjn K. Fargo. PN 1 Ehlers. Dennis II..............35 Wnhpcton. ID 2 Ehlers, Ronald ................91 Houghton. S. Dak.. GM 1 Ehlers. Vern A.................85 Wahpeton. ID l Ellcstnd. Donald R.............90 Havana, AB 1 Ellingson. Darrvl G............35 Berlin. AM 2 Ellison. Larrv D...............93 Minot, RTV 1 Elsbemd. Daniel F..............86 Crosby. RTV 1 Elsbemd. Gerald L. ............S6 Crosby. RTV I Emerson. Donald S..............93 Mohall. P 1 Emerson. Gerald A.........35. 131 Mohall. P 2 Enerson. Gerald N..............95 Hamilton, B 1 Engbcrg. Gary A. Detroit I akes, Minn.. BA 1 Enge, Brian G.............35. 118 Bismarck. RTV 2 Engel. Jerome D................SS Ray. AM 1 Engel. LoRoy R.................83 McClusky. AB 1 Hngexsor. Dolmcr T.............85 Rhame, E 1 Engct. Dennis T. Battle View. RTV 1 Engg. Ronald J.................81 Maxbass. AM 1 England. Arthur G..............87 Harvey. RTV 1 Enkcrs. Dale D............62. 114 Rosholt. S. Dak.. LA 2 Enoch son. Jay A..........93. 121 Medicine Lake. Mont.. DE 1 Erb. Barbara K. 121. 123. 124, 125 Overland. Mo.. B 1 Erb. Richard V................89 Hnnkinson, E 1 Erbsloesser. David ............90 Golden Valley. PI 1 Erickson. Arloc R..............35 New Rockford. I) 2 Erickson. Carrie O. Walcott. IJ 1 Erickson. Clifford R...........35 Epping, AM 2 Erickson. David A...............35 East Grand Forks. Minn.. RTV 2 Erickson. Eric A................35 Hnnkinson. RTV 2 Erickson. Gerald A..............35 Coulee. D 2 Erickson. Lelarnl E.............S6 Ml I nor, ID l Erickson. Thomas V. Rosholt. S. Dak.. B 1 Ericksrud. Garv D...............88 Bartlett. AM 1 Ernst, Walter A.................35 Sabin, Minn., RTV 2 Ivstcnson. Wayne 0..............35 Elbow Lake. Minn.. P2 Evans. David G..................86 Ulen. Minn.. PI Evenson. David R. Inkster. AM 1 Evenson. Gerald L...............85 Noonan. E 1 Evenson. Janet E. .62. 73. 118. 121, Wahpeton. P-Ed 2 125. 133 Evernliam. Edward M.............91 Moorhead. Minn., GM 1 Everson. Gordon A...............35 Warren, Minn,, DE 2 Everson. Harold E...............36 Granville. AM 2 Everson. Ralph T................88 Walum. SM l F Fabian. Oliver R. Minneapolis, Minn.. MSW 1 Falcide. Mayo 81 Hclmdal. GM 1 Fandrich. Wildet H 36 Beulah. AB 2 Furrics. Wayne A 85 Pierre. S. Dale., AM 1 Fast. Dunne L 30 Alson. DE 2 Feist. 1-Vancls A -. .81. 119 Zeeland. K 1 Feist. Norbcrt 36 Zeeland, AM 2 Fclcyn. James P. Bismarck. P l Feller. George N.................89 Karlsruhe, DE 1 Fenner. Judy .56. 121. 127. 132. 133 Britton. S. Dak.. B 2 Ferris. Jerald D.................84 Belcourt. SM 1 Fielder. Wilma L. Wahpeton. B l Fine. Arthur A...................82 Wllliston. AM 1 Fink. Sanro C....................95 Ashley. CM 1 Fischer. Melvin A......62. 115. 118 Wood Lake, Minn.. LA 2 Fisher. Edward C.................85 North wood. AM 1 Fisher. James E..................36 Portland. AB 1 Fittercr. George E. .17. 36. 68. 133 Manila n. RTV 2 Flaa. Stuart E...................36 Wahpeton. D 2 Fletcher. Joyce M. 57. 119. 120. 127 Brcckonridgc. Minn.. B 2 Folske. David J. Bowman. AM 1 Folstad, Brian ................81 Walcott. PI 1 Folvcn. Dennis L. Wllliston. AM 1 Ford, Gene R...................36 Mooreton. AM 2 Fordorer, Stanley J............91 Linton. AM 1 Formanck. Harold L........96. 119 Wahpeton. AM 1 Formancck. Rose A. 95. 119, 120. Wahpeton. B 1 127 Foreman, Edward H. Jud. CEA 1 Foseide. Richard L. ............95 Edinburg. GM 1 FOSS, Arden ....................94 Ray. GM 1 Foss. Ronald D..................36 Hattcn. Ref 2 Fossan. Ordcan H................36 White Earth. D 2 Fox. Gerald C..............95. 127 Ellendale. B 1 Frank], Ardyth R. Colfax. B’l Franks. Dean M..................36 Cavalier. Ref 2 Fraser. Willard D...............89 Walhalla. GM 1 Frederick, John G...............95 Belcourt. B 1 Freije. Arnold J. Edmorc. D 2 Freudcnbcrg. Marvin G. Richmond Hill. N. Y.. LA 1 Frisch. Rita M. Dumont. Minn.. B 1 Fritsvold. Ove J. Williston. Ref 1 Fritz. Roger D..................85 Enderlin. AM 1 Froehlich, Raymond W. ...89. 119 Dickinson. DE 1 Fruhwirth. Lowell F. ...........36 Bismarck. DE 2 Fugerc. Julian J. Jr............37 Fargo. E 2 Fuhrman, Eugene H...............37 Bowdon. ID 2 Fulton. Larry A.................37 New Town. RTV 2 G Gnaraland. Harry D..............85 Battle Lake. Minn., AM 1 Gagelin. Richard A..............62 Barney. P-Eng 2 Galbrcth, Thomas J.............126 Hettinger. P-Eng 1 Galt, Lester P.............91. 126 Wahpeton. LA 1 Cange. Lawrence E...............37 Drake. DE 2 Gchring. Doris E...........91. 127 Denhoff. Bus 1 Cchring, Wayne D................37 Dcnhorr. RTV 2 Gcir. Lawrence D................37 Milton. AB 2 Geiser. Michal A...........83. 126 Wahpeton. LA 1 George. Charles E...............37 Solcn. AB 2 Gcrjets. Larry M................89 Maxbass. DE 1 Gcskc. Duane M..................37 Enderlin. DE 2 CHidings. Daniel G..............37 Breckenridge. Minn.. E 2 Gictzen. Darrel J..............113 Glen Ullin. LA 1 Gilbertson. Ruth A..............93 Cooperstown. DE 1 Glacsniann. Larrv E.............81 Ashley. Ref 1 Glandt. Garv M..................37 Wahpeton. RTV 2 Glasgow. Robert M...............91 Billings, Mont.. AM 1 Gleason. James S................01 i-engby. Minn.. SM 1 Clemming, Arlin R. Tower City. RTV 1 Clynn, Charles P................38 Fullerton, D 2 Codes. Giles P..................88 Hebron. AM 1 Gocrger. Glenn Thompson, GM 1 138Goerger, Catherine Wyndmcrc, PN 1 Goerger. Donald ..............82 Wymlmere, RTV 1 Goerger. Neal ................91 Mantador. CM 1 Goertel. Ronald ..............37 Mandan. RTV 2 Golz. Bruce ..................89 Ashley. E 1 Goodman. Jerome ..............37 Milton. D 2 Gordcr. James.................38 Wahpeton. E 2 Cordcr. Wayne ................S3 Bottineau. AB 1 Goschcn. Wayne East Grand Forks. Minn., DE 1 Courde. Daniel.......91. 119. 127 Grafton, B 1 Goumcau. Isadore .............95 Bclcourt. P-Eng 1 Graf. Larry Medina. AB 1 Graff. Lorry Jamestown. E 1 Graff. Louis ....................92 Donnybrook. RTV l Grandalen. Dennis ...............38 Portland. AB 2 Grant. Karen 57. 100. 111. 119 124. Bclcourt. B 1 125. 127 Grccly. Carol .............91. 120. 131 Kimball. Minn.. LA 1 Green. James.........17, 38. 71. 124 Valley City. DE 2 Greene. James....................38 Nome. D 2 Greiner. David...................85 Elizabeth. Minn., E 1 Griffin. Jackie..................90 Mott. PI 1 Grilley, Paul ...................95 Deertng, GM 1 Crimson, Eunice........83. 120. 127 Hatton. B 1 Crimson. Gordon..................38 Hatton, Ref 2 Gripentrog, David .........62. 122 Wahpeton. B 2 Gripentrog. Michael ..62. 111. 112 Wahpeton. P-Eng 1 Grobe. Norman Lldgenvood. AB 1 Gronos. Robert ................38 Aberdeen. DE 2 Gross. Diane..........83. 119. 127 Sheyenne. C 1 Gross. James..............38. 119 Sheyenne. AM 2 Gross. Roger...................86 Endcrlin. ID 1 Guler. Stanley.................38 New Rockford. AB 2 Gulka. James New Hardac. ID 1 Gullickson. Douglas............81 New England. CM 1 Gullickson, James .............94 Cartwright. GM 1 Cundcrson. Donald Northwood. E 1 Cunst. Lyman ..................57 Wahpeton. B 2 Gustafson. John ..........87. 118 Veblen. S. Dak.. RTV 1 Gylten. Thomas.................83 Ancta. AB 1 II Haas. Richard .................38 Vcnturia. AM 2 Hasse. Richard ................85 Watertown. S. Dak.. ID 1 Haddock. Warren ...............83 Wahpeton. AB 1 Haider, Bruce W................83 Morris, Minik, BA l Hadley. John L.................91 Marmath, MSW I Hacrtling. Donna M. ..91. 118. 120 Wyndmcrc, LA l Hagen. Diane C. Maddock. PN l Hagen, Dorothy L. ...84, 118. 120. Oakes. JC 1 122. 126 Hag ness. Harlow ..38. 99. 102. 118 Pleasant Lake, D 2 Hageness. Hartley .39. 99. 102. 118 Pleasant Lake, AB 2 Hoaglund. Loren..................88 Pelican Rapids. Minn., AM 1 Hall. Dean ......................90 Anita. PI 1 Hallqulst, John .................39 Wahpeton. L»E 2 Halntmst. Jerome Wyndmcrc. B 1 Halvorson. Barry Northwood. B 1 Hainan. Joseph ...............96 New Rockford. AM 1 Hamilton, Loren Minot. AM 1 Hample. Carl .................89 Oakes. DE 1 Hanebuth. Bernard.............39 Deer Creek. D 2 Hanoi. Clarence ..............85 Dickinson. AM 1 Hanna. George ................93 Fargo. RTV 1 Hanna, Jack .............91. 126 Brcckonrldge. Minn.. P-Eng l Hnnnesson. Donald.............8S l angdon, SM 1 Hansen, Douglas...............86 Fargo. P 1 Hansen. Ronald Norma. E 1 Hanson, Curtis ...............83 Lake Park. Minn.. AB 1 Hun son. Gary Moo re ton. P-Law i Hanson. Neil .................81 Hamilton. Ref l Hanson, Jerry ................93 Bucyrus. DE 1 Hanson. Lawrence.........39. 119 Alexandria, Minn.. RTV 2 Hanson. Marcia................91 Britton. S. Dak.. B 1 Hanson. Pauline Wahpeton. JCS 1 Hanson. Thomas................85 Litchvillo. AM 1 Hardic. Charlie ..............88 Fatrmount. SM l Hardina, Vicki Kidder. S. Dak.. PN 1 Hardtko, Marlene Marion. PN 1 Harmon. David ..................87 Fargo. RTV 1 Harris. Rodney..................94 Obcrlln. Kan.. ID l Hartman. Karen........57. 121, 127 Britton. S. Dak.. ID 1 Harvego, Dale...................83 Rothsay, Minn., P-Eng. Harwood. Daniel............99. 101 Wahpeton. B 1 Hass, Robert ...................38 Clarissa. Minn.. AB 2 Hastings. Wllmath...............39 Grand Forks. Ref 2 Hat ten, Robert ................88 Bartlett. AM 1 Haug. Ronald ...................81 Epping, SM 1 Haugen. Ordean Jr..............89 Cllby. E 1 Hay. Phillip...................91 Fullerton. SM 1 Hayden. Larry .................83 McVillc. I.A 1 Heacock. Gerald ...............83 Sidney. Mont.. AB I Head Ice. Wayne ...............39 Poquot I-dees. Minn,. E 2 Heck. Edward..................S3. 119 Dickinson. AB 1 Hccbink. Robert ...............85 Bottineau. AM 1 Heffellinger. Roxye ...........39 Barney. Ref 2 Hefta. Charles ................39 Portland. AM 2 Hegdalil. Jimmy ...............83 West hope. AB 1 Hegdahl. Ronald...............91. 127 West hope. B 1 Hcgge. Richard ................92 Brcckenridgo. Minn.. CKA I Hcgrc, Donovan ................39 Northwood, Ref 2 Hcinle. Harlcn.................39 Hebron. AM 2 Hcinle. Malcolm Richnrdton. AM 1 Holnze. Donald ................39 Dazcy. D 2 Hclslcr. Gary Sabin, Minn.. P-Com 1 Hcjtmanck. Richard ............62 Mantador. P-Com 2 Held. Eldon ...................85 Egcland, MSW 1 Hellycr, Henry ................96 Epping. AM 1 Holt. Dennis...................91 l nnkin. GM 1 Hendrickson. Dennis ...........89 Gary. S. Dak.. GM 1 Hendrickson. Kenneth Lee.......96 Comstock. Minn , AM 1 Henmim. Melanie-------91. 121. 127 Kennedy, Minn.. B 1 Henrickson. Roger..............39 Fort Ransom. RTV 2 Henry. Charles ................40 Fordvillc, E 2 Hentgcs. Roger.................40 Great Bond. ID 2 Herlickson. Gary ..............81 Grand Forks. AM 1 Herman. Kareen........91. 120. 127 Milnor, B 1 Hermes. Pat .91. 119. 120. 125. 126 Wahpeton. LA 1 Hcscmann, Howard Wahpeton. RTV 1 Hcsldalcn, Eugene..............83 Abercrombie. LA 1 Hoydt, Gail ...................40 Minot. D 2 Higgins. Paul .................02 Sarlcs. ID 1 Hilgcndorf. Park ..............62 Minneapolis. Minn.. P-Eng 1 Hill. James....................03 Edinburg. DE 1 Hill. Solon ...................81 Wahpeton. Pi 1 Hillebrand. Wilford ...........81 Petersburg, GM 1 Hinds. Michael ................ 0 Flaxton, AB 2 Hinsz. Dennis .................10 Fargo. E 2 Hintgcn, James........83. 107. 109 Wahpeton. P-Eng 1 Hintgcn. Mary ...84. 119. 120. 122. Wahpeton, LA 1 I26 Hlcdik. Wayne Dickinson. ID 1 139Hoofs. David Fairmount. B 1 Hoofs, Dennis ..................91 Fairmount. P-Ed 1 Hoeppnor. Karl .................88 Hayes. S. Dak.. AM 1 Hofer. Rodney..................-10 Riverdale. D 2 Hoff. Allan ....................81 Fergus Falls, Minn. AM 1 Hoff. Lcandor..............82. 119 Fletcher. RTV 1 Hoff. Melvin ...................93 Bismark, RTV 1 Hoffarth. Thomas................40 Langdon. SM 2 HofTer, Gary ...................92 Drake. DE 1 Hoffner. Leander Esmond. AM 1 Hoggarth. Loon Glenficld. AM 1 Hog ness. Avis DoI,amero. PN 1 Hokanson, Dennis...............10 Kosholt. S. Dak.. D 2 Hokenson. Stanley Wahpcton, P-Com 2 Holcn. Myron ..................40 Fargo. E 2 Holon. Robert .................8" Forman, RTV l Hollins. James Wahpcton. LA 1 Holmes. Gordon ...........40. 118 Starkweather. ID 2 Holmstrom. Richard ............91 Wyndmerc. AM 1 Holrit . Robert ..........85. 99 Jamestown. AM l Holter. Carl ..................40 Hatton. ID 2 Hoppa. Aldon ..................40 Cayuga. DE 2 Hoppman. Earl .................85 Minot. E 1 Horah. Gerald .................62 Mount Vernon. X. Y.. P-Etl 2 Hosie. Ambrose Wahpcton, P-Com 2 Houlnnd. James ................91 Pelican Rapids. Minn.. CM 1 Hovda. Larrv...................41 Parshall. AB 2 Howcv. Dennis .................91 Lisbon. AM 1 Huber. Lyle ...................82 Mnndan. RTV 1 Huderlc. Douglas..........41. 114 East Grand Forks. Minn., DE 2 Hunkins. John.............83. 126 Breckenridgc. Minn.. LA 1 Hutchins. Jerry................8C Crookston. Minn.. I'.TV 1 1 III. Carlton...................95 St. Thomas, CM 1 Illig. Janice.............62. 126 Forman. LA 2 Imbcrg. Charier. .........41. 119 Devils Lake. AM 2 Irwin. Arlan ..................41 Wahpcton. DE 2 Issendorf. Thomas.........89. 118 New burg. CM 1 J Jacobs. Jerry..................41 Gettysburg. D 2 Jacobsen. Allen ...............89 Luveme. GM l Jacobsen. James ...............92 Luveme. RTV 1 Jacobson. Joel Breckenridgc. Minn.. LA 2 Jaeger, Richard................88 Hankinson. SM 1 Jangula. James..............85. 119 Zeeland. AM 1 Janisch, Donavon ................41 Mahnomen. Minn.. ID 2 Janke. Lyle .....................89 Moorhead. Minn.. DE 1 Jensen. Lcmar....................41 Stockholm. S. Dak.. RTV 2 Jensen. Marcus..............83. 118 Wyndmerc. P-Sd 1 Jensen. Roger ...................85 Rothsay. Minn., l Jensen. Roger...............92. 113 Wahpcton, DE l Jewett. Janies ...41. 123. 124. 125 Wibaux. Mont., AM 2 Job. Wallace ....................41 Linton. RTV 2 Johnk. Carol ..........91. 118. 122 Comstock. Minn.. JCS 1 Johnson. Albert..................86 Maddock. RTV 1 Johnson, Byron ..................87 Minot. AB 1 Johnson. Dallas..................41 Fillmore. E 2 Johnson. Dennis .................41 Heimdal. ID 2 Johnson, Dewey ..................83 Breckenridgc. Minn.. P-Ed 1 Johnson. Douglas ................91 Sidney. Mont.. AM 1 Johnson. Eugene..................41 Noonan. AB 2 Johnson. Jack ...................62 Norcross. P-Eag 2 Johnson. James...................86 Detroit Lakes. Minn., RTV 1 Johnson. Jerald..................42 Christine. RTV 2 Johnson. Mona..............91. 120. 122 Milnor. P-Ed 1 Johnson. Patricia Dilworth. Minn.. JCS 1 Johnson. Paul ...................83 Wahpcton. P-Eng 1 Johnson. Phyllis Fargo. PX 1 Johnson. Robert........57. 107. 109 I ke Park. Minn.. DA 2 Johnson. Rollin .................94 Leonard. GM 1 Johnson. Vance...................89 Wahpcton. GM 1 Jokumscn. Robert.................42 Mahnomen. Minn., ID 2 Jones. Evan .....................83 Monango, P-Com 1 Jones. Norma ....................62 Wahpcton. LA 2 Jordhcim. Garv Walcott. GM 1 Jordhcim. Oline........57. 91. 120 Wyndmerc. B 2 Jorgenson. Gerald ...............42 Ryder. AB 2 Jorud. Chester...................89 Battle Lake. Minn.. DU 1 Jorud. Dennis ...................89 Underwood. Minn.. DE 1 Julixon. Michael Grand Forks. Minn.. MSW l Just. Marvin ..................118. 127 Granite Falls. Minn.. B 1 K Kaatz. Charlene........96. 120. 127 Sheldon. B 1 Kaatz. Eugene Buchanan. CEA 1 Knckman. Darrell ...............63. 131 Wahpcton. JP 2 Kaczmarek. Jlni .................82 Gasconye. AM 1 Kahlcr. Thomas ..................82 Valley City. ID 1 Knlbcrer, Jon..............85. 107. 108 Hazelton. AM 1 Kaldor. Daniel.................87 Hillsboro, RTV 1 Kaunas. Leo....................88 South Shore. S. Dak.. AM 1 Kapiton, James ..42. 114. 119. 123, Wahpcton. DE 2 124. 125 Knplor. Duane..................82 Tintah. Minn.. RTV l Karpenko. Mike ................12 Kief. AM 2 Kath, Patricia Wahpcton. B 1 Kath. Roger...................57. Ill LidgcrwooJ. D 2 Kaufman. Kcrmit................63 Lakota. P-Eng 2 Haul, Gary ....................93 Fallon. Mont., E 1 Kautz. Dons ...................96 New Leipzig, D 1 Keena. Rodnov .................87 Hamilton. RTV 1 Kcglcy. Bonny Fargo. PX i Keller. Duane .................42 Nashua. Minn.. AM 2 Keller. Kenneth ...............85 Bisbcc. MSW 1 Kcmmtt, Gerald ................42 Anamoosc. AM 2 Kcmmitz. Clinton...............92 Cavalier. RTV 1 Kemp, Dennis ..................42 Hamilton, AB 2 Kemp. Douglas .................88 Hamilton. AM 1 Kemp. Richard .................96 Hamilton. AM 1 Kcrsten. Larry........63. 115. 118 Newburg. LA 2 Kestcr. Richard................82 Underwood. Minn.. ID 1 Kiclb, Bruce Wahpcton. P-Ed 1 Kicmelc. Allen ................92 Minot. DE 1 Kimball. Benjamin .............91 Breckenridgc. Minn.. AM 1 Kind. Merle ................... 2 Pelican Rapids. Minn.. AM 2 Kinn. Carol ..............96. 127 Hankinson. B 1 Kinn. Charles.........99. 104. 115 Hankinson. P-Ed 2 Kittclson, Howard .............85 Pelican Rapids. Minn.. MSW l Kjclland. Elrov................42 Park River. AM 2 Kjcsbo. Thomas ................89 Fargo. E1 Klein. Clarence................81 Munich. GM 1 Klein. Cornelius ..............42 Karlsruhe. AB 2 Klein. Donald Wishek. ID 1 Klein. Norbcrt.................85 Karlsruhe. MSW 1 Klein. Raymond ................42 Gary. Minn.. E 2 Klein. Robert Karlsruhe. Ref 1 Klcmetson. Charles ............43 Gwinner. RTV 2 Klessig. Gaylord ..............43 Wahpeton. P 2 Klindtworth. Candace Walhalla. PX Kline. David .............92. 113 Breckenridgc. Minn.. DE 1 Klipfel. Joanne......57. 118. 127 Ashley. B 2 Klipfel. LaXita .....57. 118. 127 Ashley. B 2 Klostcrman. Eugene ............96 Jamestown. P-Eng 1 Kloubec. Melvem ...............90 I.aMoure. PI 1 140Bird's I'lie Vine of I ftp Campus Klug. Dale .....................9G Bowman. AM 1 Knapp. Gary............88. 99. 103 Foxhome. Minn.. B l Knccht, Larry ..................90 Foxholm. DB 1 Knight. Janette Fargo. PN 1 Kno lel. Llov l ................43 Kief. D 2 ' KHudson. Jerome ...............81 Crosby. AM 1 Knutson. Carol Granite Falls. Minn.. PN 1 Knutson, Catherine Wnhpcton, PN ) Kohl. Edward .............92. 122 New England. RTV l Kohn. Milton Marvin. S. Dak.. P 3 Koosman, Jerome........63. 84. 118 Appleton. Minn.. P-Eng. 2 Kopp. Clinton .................8 Duluth. Minn.. P-Eng 1 Koppelmnn. Vern ...............96 Wahpeton, P-Com 1 Kosbab. Eugene ................ 3 Forman. RTV 2 Kotrba. Richard ............... East Grand Forks. Minn.. E 2 Kracht. Dnrold ................®8 Kensal. AM 1 Kracmer, Venal Moorhead. Minn., Ref 1 Kraft. Tony ................... 3 Minot. ID 2 Kramer. James .................43 Karlsruhe. RTV 2 Kratochiri. Merle .............95 Lankin. CM 1 Krause. Delbert ................83 Bentley. P-Eng l Krcklau, John ..................95 Alscn. P-Ed 1 Kner. William...................88 Breckinridge. Minn., SM 1 Krlstjanson, Lewis..............92 Erin burg. RTV I Kritsky. Waldo .................83 Butte. P-Eng 1 Kritzborgcr. Jack...............43 Sabin. Minn.. AM 2 Krogness. Caroline ...57. 119. 120. Wahpeton. B 2 127 Krokc. Jerome...................9G Michigan. AM 1 Krump, Felix ...................87 Wahpeton. CKA 1 Kruk, Jerry ....................91 I tngdon, CM 1 Kubls. Edward .............43. 119 Cogswell. RTV 2 Kudclka. Dennis ................81 Forman. AM 1 Kummcr. Gary ...................90 Keene. AEl Kvarc. Charles .................94 Pelican Rapids. Minn.. CM l I. Labor. George New Rockford. CM 1 LftFrnncc. Ernest ..............89 Devils Lake. DE 1 LaFournaise. Darlene ...........81 Rolln, LA Lakeman, Kenneth ..........93. 118 Borup. Minn.. K 1 Lako. Alan .....................85 Arthur. MSW l Lamont, Robert..................43 Aberdeen. S. Dak.. AB 2 Lunger. Herbert Detroit Lakes. Minn.. ID 1 Lankow. Henry...................43 Foxhome. Minn.. RTV 2 Larsen. Albin...................43 Grcnorn CEA 2 Larsen. Dale ..................89 Cnnby. Minn., GM 1 I .arson. Richard .............89 Cnnby. Minn.. GM 1 Larson, Dean ..................126 Rothsny. Minn.. LA 2 Larson. Gerald ................86 Columbia. S. Dak. P-Ed 1 I-urson. Hcrzcll ..............86 Grafton. RTV i I .arson. James ..........93. 118 Sioux Falls. S. Dak. DE 1 !.arson. Julie ..........88. 131 Great Bend. P-Ed 1 Larson. Robert A................89 Brcckonridgc. Minn., GM 1 Larson. Robert E................44 Minot. AB 2 Larson. Wilbur .........63. 113 Brcckonridgc. Minn.. LA 2 Larson. Loren ..................90 Willow City. Pi l Laufenberg, David ..............85 Fargo. ID 1 Laughridgc. Gary ...............84 Wahpeton. AM 1 Lawrence. Duane ................44 Wahpeton. E 2 Lawrence, Susan Fargo. PN 1 Lawrence. Victor ...............96 Bismarck. AM 1 Leas. Dennis ...................44 Rock Lake. D 2 141AVir Trades Huilding Completed in 1961 LcClerc, Ray ...................4-1 Devils Lake. CKA 2 Ixo. Barbara Kindred, PN 1 Ixo. David Tolna. CM 1 Lee. Joseph .....................05 Walcott. CM 1 Lee. Levcrt ...........63. 81. 118 Wahpeton. P-Eng 2 Lee. Patsy ............57. 121. 127 Wahpeton. B 2 Lcen. Gary.......................44 Wahpeton. SM 2 Lehmann. Ward ...................88 Cogswell. BA 1 Lcicr. Curtis ...................90 Esmond. PI l Loinen. James Kuinnouul. CM 1 Leingang. George................90. 119 Mnndan. DE 1 Lciscth, Wallace ..92. 123. 124. 125 Walcott. DE 1 Loknng. Richard..................44 Wyndmcre. RTV 2 Ixmmon. Roger 17. 63. 75. 118. 126 Wahpeton. P-Law 2 Ixmerts. Robert ................81. 119 Karlsruhe. Ref 1 Ixnzmoicr. Ellyn ______88. 100. 121 Wahpeton. P-Ed 1 Levno. Richard ..................S5 Korsyth. Mont., MSW l Llberda. Hubert .................91 Woodworth. SM 1 Liddlc, Karin ...................66 Carrington. LA 2 Hen. Douglas ....................83 Moorhead. Minn.. DE 1 Lien. Neil ......................44 Audubon. Minn., RTV 2 Lill. David .....................81 Cathay. CM 1 Lill. James Cathay. CM 1 Lill. Theresa .........88. 119. 127 Cathay. B 1 I.illibridge. Ix stcr ...........44 Watford City. AB 2 Lindberg. Charles................86 Dagmar. Mont.. ID 1 Lindgrcn. Dewey .................44 Park River. AB 2 Lindquist. Richard..........92. 118 Kenmaro. RTV 1 Lindscth. Mary .............88. 127 Oakes. B 1 Lindslrom. Arthur...........88. 127 Kensal. B 1 Lindslrom. Richard .............44 Kensal. AB 2 Lincnko, Fred ..................82 Minot. AMI Llstopad. Joseph................44 Park River. E 2 Littke. Russel .................81 Wahpeton, LA 1 Lobcrg. Dennis .................89 West Fargo. E 1 Logas. Harlan..................96. 126 Fergus Falls. Minn.. P-Eng 1 Lohcr. Carol .........96. 120. 127 Morris. Minn., B 1 Lokkcn. Gary ...................81 Crosby. AM 1 Loll. Larry ...................63. 126 Wahpeton. P-Eng 2 Loll. Sandra Wahpeton. LA 2 Lomhein. Roger .................82 Agar. S. Dak.. GM 1 Ixmglinc, Larry ................44 Lake Park. Minn.. AM 2 Lorass. Harold Ed more. CEA 1 Lord. Philip ...................63 Breckenrldge, Minn., P-Com 2 Lorenz. David ..................45 Ixiwton. D 2 Lorenz, Stewart ................95 I.awton. GM 1 Lotzcr, Dale ..................142 Abercrombie. LA 1 Love. Charles...................82 Miles City. Mont.. DE 1 Lovre. John ....................91 Hendricks. Minn.. GM 1 I Alger, Robert ................45 Fort Yates. RTV 2 Lukins. James...................15 Aneta. E 2 Lund. Alvin................63. 126 Wahpeton, P-Law 2 Lund. John......................96 Louisberg. Minn., AM 1 Lund. Leonard Richville. Minn.. E 1 Lund. Terrence .................93 Washburn, E l Lundbcrg. Karen.......88. 122. 126 Breckenrldge, LA l Lundgrcn. Warren ...............84 Wahpeton, P-Eng 1 Hinder. Jon ....................45 Wahpeton. E 2 Lupinek. Ronald.................82 South Shore. S. Dak.. RTV 1 Lynch, James....................58 ’Browns Valley. Minn., B 2 Lyng. James Mayville. AB 1 M Maasjo, Darrell................82 Nome. GM 1 Mace. Charlotte . 96. 118. 121. 127 Nashua. Minn.. B 1 Mack. Allen....................45 Drake. AM 2 Maddock, Harold ...............81 Oakes. AM l Mader. Rodney .................45 Columbus, AB 2 Magnuson. Gary.................45 Wlllmar. Minn., AM 2 Maher. Michael.................45 Appleton. Minn.. RTV 2 Mahler. Herman ................85 Fergus Falls. Minn.. MSW l Maier. Jacquilin.....58. 118. 127 Monango. B 2 Mulstrom, DcForcsl ..45, 99. 104 Mapleton, AM 2 Mann. Robert ..................81 Campbell. Minn.. PI 1 Mariner. Arthur ...............82 Woodworth, GM 1 Marmon. Larry..................90 Coulee. AB 1 Martin. Clifford...............81 Wilton. AM 1 Martin. Curtis.................93 Bowdon. RTV 1 Martin, Dale ..................88 Forbes. E 1 Martin. Joan Moorhead. Minn.. PN 1 Martinson, Duane...............86 Gary. Minn., ID 1 Masters. Larry ................89 Niobc. GM 1 Matson, Thomas.................81 Minot. Ref 1 Mattern. Roger............90. 99 Rugby. AB 1 Matthews. Ralph ...............89 Cando. DE 1 Matze. Charles ................93 Glen Ellyn. HI.. RTV 1 Maxwell. H. C..................46 Wahpeton. B 2 May. Ellen ..........96. 119. 121 Brcckcnridge. Minn.. SA 1 Maychrzak, Edward .............82 Gascoyne. AM 1 McCann. Ix Roy ................45 Minto. P 2 McCullough. Bruce..............45 Hope. CEA 2 McDougal. Julinmic ..84. 120. 122. Oakes. LA 1 123. 124. 125 1421 Student Center Completed in 1961 McCInnlty, David ..............-15 McCregor, AM 2 McGrow, Paul ..................86 Fargo. P1 McKay. Sylvester...............86 Marty. S. Dak.. AB 1 McKee. Marvin .................91 Luvernc. CM 1 McKelvey, Johnnie Warwick. CM l McKibbcn. Sharon 88. 119. 121. 127 Breckenridge. Minn.. B 1 McLaughlin. Robert .......58. 119 Wahpeton, P-Com 2 McLean, Lowd ..................91 Lunsford. CM 1 Method, Blaync ................96 Sheyenne. AM l McMichacl. Tony.......81. 122. 123 Wahpeton. P-Ed 1 MeWaters. Richard Crookston. Minn., P-Ed 1 Mead, Douglas..................8S Kensal. AM I Meek. Mlland ..................82 Stephen. Minn.. ID 1 Mehl. Sharon_____88. 119. 120. 126 Breckenridge. Minn.. LA 1 Meiers. Merle .................86 Ross. RTV 1 Meidc. Jerry...................16 Wahpeton. DE 2 Melting. John .................93 Fargo. P 1 Melgaard. Richard .............85 Newburg. E 1 Mortens. Jim ..................81 Mlllnnk. CM 1 Meshefski. Harry..........88. 127 Grand Forks. B 1 Meszaros. James................81 Davenport, LA 1 Metzger. John Mount Carmel. RTV 1 Meyer. Ronald ........16. 99. 102 Fainnount. SM 2 Michels. Kalvin ...............88 Breckenridge. Minn., P-Com 1 Michels. Raymond ..............88 Breckenridge. Minn.. BA 1 Mtckclson. Larry ..............93 Alexandria. Minn.. P 1 Middlestead. I .airy LaMourc, am i Mikkolson. Richard ............85 Vclva, E 1 Miller. Arlo ..................16 Hazen. RTV 2 Miller. Donald............99. 103 Oakes. AM 1 Miller. Donna............58. 118, 127 Forbes. B 1 Miller. Karen ...........88. 118. 127 Brantford. B 1 Miller. Larry .................82 Wahpeton. CM 1 Miller. Lyle Wahpeton. AM 2 Miller. Stanley ...............99 Minto. P-Lnw l Miller. Wesley Carrington. E 1 Mlcoch. Frank..................88 Grafton. B 1 Modi, I i nee Kin tyre. D 2 Moe. Richard M.................16 Beltrami, Minn . E 2 Moe. Richard J.................90 Hurdsfield. PI 1 Moeller, Irvin ................81 Fainnount. Ref 1 Moen. Curtis ..................83 Upham. AB 1 Moen. Glenn C..................16 Caledonia. E 2 Moffct, Donald ..81. 112. 118. 123 Barney. LA 1 Monson. Glenn..................16 Fargo. RTV 2 Monson. Gordon................93. 131 Fargo. P 1 Monson. Philip ................16 DeLnmcre. AM 2 Montonyc. James ...............82 Wheaton. Minn.. AM 1 Moody. Robert..................82 Williston. AM 1 Moon. Andrea .................81. 131 Fnirmount. LA 1 Moos. Wayne....................90 Terry. Mont.. DE 1 Morkcn. I.ane .................81 Pekin. CM 1 Morris. Francis .....96. 119. 125 Wahpeton. LA 1 Muchler. Gao-..................63 Lidgcrwood. LA 2 Muchler, Lyle .................82 Hnnkinson. AM 1 Mucllcnbach. Stephan ..........81 Fainnount. P-Ed 1 Muggli. Lcnndcr Glen Ullln. MSW 1 Muhs. David ...................86 Langdon. RTV l Muir, Ellen .............77. 131 Barney. P-Ed 2 Mund, Roger ..................82 DeLnmcre. RTV 1 Mundnhl. Orris ...............46 York. D 2 Munson. Meredith Wahpeton. JCS 1 Murdoff. Beverly.....58. 120. 127 Kent. Minn.. B 2 Murficld. Gary................87 Brookings. S. Dak.. RTV 1 Murray. Anita ................16 Beulah. DE 2 Murray. Jerry ................16 Kcnmarc. ID 2 Murray. William...............81 Wahpeton. LA 1 Muzzy. Jerald ................91 For tuna. SMI Myers. Jack.......16. 99. 103. 112 Big Timber. Mont.. CEA 2 Myers, John...................86 Rogers. RTV 1 N Narum. Garv 63. 76. 115. 133. 131 Rutland. P-Ed 2 Narum. Wayne ...................47 Bowman. AM 2 Nater. Clarycc ...61. 121. 126. 131 Wahpeton. LA 2 Xcldviecky. John ..........61. 126 Lidgerwood, P-Eng 2 Neilan. Jeremiah ...............90 Peevcr. S. Dak.. AB 1 Nelsen. Larry ..................90 Leeds. AB 1 Nelson. Byron ..................81 Hamberg. GM 1 Nelson. Curtis ............92. 99 Kenmare. RTV 1 Nelson. Dale ...................82 Mllnor. RTV 1 Nelson. David ..................17 Kdgelcv. AB 2 Nelson. Edward .................88 Sarles. SM 1 Nelson. Gary Oslo. Minn.. P-Eng 2 Nelson. John ...................88 Kmorndo. SM 1 Nelson. Robert ............17. 118 Kenmare. Ref 2 Nelson. Sherman.................89 Breckenridge. Minn., DE 1 143Ncrmoe. John ..................83 Wahpcton. LA l Nesdahl. Myron Minot. ID 1 Ness. Clark ...................93 Washburn. RTV 1 Ness, James...............86. 122 Plenty wood. Mont., RTV l Nettestad. Ardcan .............47 Pelican Rapids. Minn., E 2 Newman. Douglas ...............91 Detroit Lakes. Minn.. CM 1 Newman. Robert ................86 Sawyer. ID 2 Newton. Dean ..................17 Wahpcton. D 2 Nicolson. Sandra......83. 121. 127 Carrington. B 1 Nie'sen. James Wilmot. S. Dak.. CEA 1 Nielsen. Lance ...............-17 Wilmot. S. Dak.. DE 2 Nlsbet. Roy...............85. 122 East Grand Forks. Minn.. MSW 1 Nit . William .................47 Anamoosc. D 2 Nordby. David .......64. 118. 126 Campbell. Minn.. P-Eng 2 Nordgaard. James______83. 107, 108 Wahpcton. LA 1 Novneek. Richard Edmoro. RTV 1 Novak. Herman .................90 Plsek. DE 1 Nundahl. Harlan................85 Rutland. E 1 Nvgaard. Eugene...........64. 123 Breckenridge. Minn.. P-Eng2 O Oas. Ardell Columbus. RTV 1 Oas, Neiland ...................47 Columbus. ID 2 Obennuer. Wayne ................93 Aberdeen. S. Dak.. P 1 Oborg. Loyd ...................58. 115 Hoople. LA 2 Oberg, Pamela .................58. 121 Wahpcton. B 2 Oberlander. George .............17 Kulm. SM 2 O'Brien George .................47 Osakis. Minn., DE 2 Ode. Eldrcd Lake Park. Minn.. P-Ed 1 Odoganrd. Harold ...............17 Wyndmcrc, B 2 Odegard. Donavon------99. 103. 115 Milnor. P-Ed 2 Odegard. Gerald ................90 New Town. DE 1 Oen. Richard ...................87 Park River. AB 1 O'Fallon. Jerome ...............47 Kenmare. ID 2 Ogroske. Dennis ................54 Perham. Minn.. RTV 2 O'Harra. Warren Bathgate. AM 1 O'Hara. William ................87 Bathgate. AB 1 Oion. Harold ____64. 118. 123. 124 Grandin. LA 2 125. 126 Okensdahl. Leland ..............86 Rugby. RTV 1 Oliver. Noel Wahpcton. LA 1 Ollch. Paul ....................93 Moorhead. Minn., DE 1 Olson. Bruce Wahpcton. JCS 1 Olson. Curtis Minot. MSW l Olson. Douglas Wahpcton. P 1 Olson. Dwaine Wahpcton. E 2 Olson. Kenneth .................89 Grand Forks. CM 1 Olson, Patrick..................89 Bueyrus, GM 1 Olson. Roger ...................82 Hettinger. ID 1 Olson. Ronald ..................82 Fargo. ID 1 Olson. Virgil Fort Ranson. MSW 2 Olson. William M. .48. 100. 114 Fargo. P 2 Olthoff. Alvin 90 Breckenridge. Minn.. AB 1 Opsahl. Stanley .. Wahpcton. ID 2 Orsund. Allan .... 86 Grafton. ID 1 Osendorf. Robert . 89 Rhamc. GM 1 Osborn. Larry 96. 118 Fairmount. B 1 Os bom, Stuart ... Middletown. N. J.. P-Law Osearson. Robert . S3 Wahpcton. B 1 O'Shea. Michael .. 96 Thompson. GM 1 Osland. John 82 Wahpcton. RTV 1 Oss. Douglas 64 Breckenridge. Minn.. P-Med 2 Other Medicine. Robert Crow Agency. Mont.. AM 1 Ott. Willis ....................96 Minot. AM 1 Otto. Kent .....................82 Grace City. GM 1 Outka. Roger ...................85 Hettinger. MSW l Ovcm. George....................88 Kathryn. SM 1 I Packincau. Urius ................82 Parshall, RTV 1 Pagel. Paul .....................86 Sharon. ID 1 PaJntncr. Eugene Sutton, AB 1 Palmer. Charles .................96 Eric. Penn.. AM 1 Palmer. Stephan.................83, 107 Cassclton. AB 1 Palmer. William.................83. 109 Breckenridge. Minn., P-Eng 1 Parker, Jean Wahpcton, P-Ed 2 Patterson Susan 17. 58. 70. 118.121 Wahpcton, SA 2 Paulson. Dennis ................86 Elbow Lake. Minn., ID 2 Paulson. Franklin Viking. Minn.. D 2 Paulson. Guy ...................81 Klotcn. GM 1 Paulson. Virginia Wolverton, Minn.. B 1 Paulson. Willis Galesburg. AM 1 Pauly, Karen...................96. 121 Wahpcton. P-Ed 1 Pavne. Don Williston. ID 1 Pa vs. Richard .................48 Belcourt. SM 2 Pazdcrnik. James ...............96 Campbell. Minn.. AM 1 Pearson. Enid..........83. 118. 120 Rosholt. S. Dak.. HE 1 Pearson. Gary..................94, 118 Valley City. ID 1 Pceka. Robert ..................89 Lawton. E 1 Pedersen. Arlcn ..................84 Glcnficld. Ref 1 Pedersen, Franz ...................93 Valley City. P 1 Pederson. Faith Barncsvillc. Minn.. PN l Pederson. Cerald .48. 122. 131. 149 Jamestown. P 2 Pederson. Lyle ................88 Valley City. SM 1 Perhus. Sydney.................48 Kindred. P 2 Perkins, DiAnntha Breckenridge. Minn.. LA 1 Pcrske. Douglas ...............48 Wahpcton. E 2 Peterka. Phyllis Wahpcton. PN 1 Petersen. Katherine ..61. 119. 121. Breckenridge. Minn.. HE 2 131 Petersen. William ................93 Bantry.E 1 Peterson. Alice ...........83. 127 Hastings. B 2 Peterson. Barbara Fullerton. B 1 Peterson. Cheryl Verona. I N 1 Peterson. Cary ...................85 Antler. E 1 Peterson. Kent Fargo. DE 2 Peterson. Ronald Canby. Minn., P-Eng 2 Peterson. William ...............94 Cuyahoga Falls. Ohio.. ID 1 Pettinger Robert Fargo. ID 1 Pfeifer. August .................48 Devils Lake. DE 2 Pfeifer. Dwight..................93 Bowbclls. P 1 Pfllpscn. Edmund 99. 101. 107. 109 Sauk Centre. Minn.. P-Com 1 Pierce. Michael .................86 Crookston. Minn., P 1 Pigeon. Gary ....................48 Dunscith, D 2 Pinkney. Charles .64. 118. 122. 123. Fairmount. P-Ed 2 124. 125. 133 Pixley. Edith Powers Lake. PN l Plum. Robert Wahpcton. P-Ed 2 Pokorny. Peter ................48 Wahpcton. DE 2 Pollestad. Bernard ............48 Bisbce. AM 2 Porter. Thom ns Halliday, AB 1 Poss. Robert ..................96 Barney. B l Fourier, Percy.................48 Breckenridge. Minn.. AB 2 Power. Bernard.................96 Hunter, P-Eng 1 Powers. Richard ...............92 Lakota. CEA 1 Prather. Robert Bath. S. Dak.. GM 1 Prchal. Charles Britton. S. Dak.. LA 2 Presser. Robert ................92 Wolf Point. Mont.. RTV 1 Preszlor, Marvin ...............87 Braddock. RTV 1 Price. DuWayne Wolverton. Minn.. CEA 1 Pricbe. Reid...................64. 126 Breckenridge, Minn.. P-Eng 2 Prochnow, Arlin...............115. 118 Hankinson. P-Ed 2 Puhlman. Larry .................94 Ashley. GM 1 Putman. Walter .................48 Linton. AM 2 144Q Quanl. Dennis .................06 Appleton, Minn., AM 1 Qunxchnlck. Duane ........'•8. 81 Fargo, SM 2 Quaxchnick, Dwight.............81 Ashley. SM 1 R Kademacher, Shirley Amherst, S. Dak.. JP 1 Raftevold. Darrel . .81. 90. 101. 126 Wahpeton, LA 1 Uamstad. Kldred................19 Hatton. AM 2 Kamstad. Sue..............61. 122 Wahpeton. P-Ed 2 Random, Dclwin.................10 Killdecr, RTV 2 Rau. Edgar ....................89 Upham. DE 1 Rangen. Judith Maddoek. PX 1 Rcdlin, Paul...................81 Woodworth, PI l Rcdthundcr, Xonnan ...........10' Portland. Ore., B 1 Reger, Bernio .................93 Fargo. RTV 1 Rcgnicr, Gerald ...............87 Oakes. RTV 1 Reihe, Clarence ...............91 Brandt. S. Dak.. P-Kng 1 Roil and. Marilyn ....92. 119, 12. Mantador. B 1 Retoe. Robert..................87 Davenport. P-Ed 1 Reiter. William Dickinson. ID 1 Rekow. Gary ...................93 Ellcndale, DE I Renner. Kenneth................49 Springfield. Minn.. D 2 Rensvold, Jerald..........90. 113 Wolf Point. Mont.. DE 1 Renville. George..........61. 119 Wahpeton. P-Ed 2 Reynolds. Patricia Wheaton. Minn.. B I Rezac. Barbara........92. 121, 127 Wahpeton. B 1 Rezac. JoAnn Wahpeton. JCS 1 Rian. Robert..............86. 113 Fergus Falls. Minn.. ID 1 Rice. Dennis .............64. 122 Mohall. P-Kng 2 Rice. Lee .....................95 VertU. Minn.. GM 1 Rich. Robert..........85. 99. 101 Jamestown. AM 1 Rieger. Raymond ...............93 Bismarck. RTV I Rlcncrts, Bruce ...............86 Arthur. RTV 1 Rinkc. Roger..................8-1 Wheaton, Minn., AM 1 Ripplingcr, John ..............19 Wahpeton. E 2 Itisch. John ..................89 Crookston. Minn.. DE 1 Rivard. Leonard ...............94 Willow City. ID l Rodd. David....................19 Scranton. E 2 Roesler. Lyle .................89 Leonard. E1 Roessler. Duane ...............87 Endcrlin. B 1 Rogde. Sarah Wahpeton. PT 2 Rognc. John....................89 West Fargo. E 1 Rolfsness. Kenneth .......83. 127 Rhamc. B 1 Kindred. P 2 Romfo, Dennis............. Rugby. ID 1 Romstad. Keith ........... Oakes. RTV 1 Roney. Dennis............. Oakes. P 2 Ronning. Gene............. Fargo. ID 1 Rose. Duane............... Bucyrus. GM 1 Rose. Franklin ........... Wnrroad, Minn.. CEA 2 Rose. Herman ............. Freeport. RTV 2 Kosxum. Mary Ann ...65. 1 Wahpeton. P-Ed 2 Rosten. Steven ........... Glonwood, Minn., Ref 1 Roth. James............... Grafton. SM 2 Roth. Roger............... Hankinson. B 1 Rothwell. Linda......87. 1! Breckenridge. Minn., LA 1 Roll. Donald ............. Ashley. AM 1 Rowcn, Michael . .65. 107, 1C Wahpeton. LA 2 Rud. Orlin Galesburg. AM 1 Ruddy. Pat .......65. 72. 1 Wahpeton. LA 2 Ruddy. Thomas............i Wahpeton, LA i Rudolph. William ......... Wolford. RTV 2 Ruff. Joyce Ashley. PX 1 Rukkc. Kent..............i Wahpeton. P-Eng 1 Rustad, Timothy........... Znhl. MSW l Mercer. RTV 1 Sackmann, Gleason .......... Ashley. P-Mcd I Sahli. Ronald ............9' Aberdeen. S. Dak., P 1 Sakry. Donald .............. Bamesville. Minn., CEA 2 Salzsicdcr. William LaMoure. CEA 1 Sampson. Richard ........... Montevideo, Minn.. AM 2 Samuel son. Roger .......... Forman. SM 1 Sanasack. Kenneth ...83. 11! Graceville. Minn.. B 1 Sanda. Karen_____87. 120. 12: Hatton. B 1 Sander. Ronald ............. Hankinson. AM 1 Sandora, Joyce Wahpeton. JCS 1 Sandora, Richard Wahpeton. AM 1 Sanders. Donald Crookston. Minn.. P-Eng 1 Sattlcr. Larry ............. Rugby. GM 1 Sauber, John Palermo. DE 1 Sauer. David Sanborn. MSW 1 Savel. Koul. Edward Kenmare. DE 1 Seville. Dwight ............ Braddock. AM 1 Saver. John ................ Wahpeton. AB 1 122 Schaefer, Fred Brinsmado. AM 1 Schaefer. James . .87 Brinsmado. AB 1 .50 . .19 Edmund. AB 2 90 Forest River. PI 1 Schnubcrt. Kenneth . .91 Bowden. RTV 2 . .19 Bello Fourchc. S. Dak.. AB l . .49 Devils Lake. P 2 121 Max boss. K 1 Schicfclbcln. Edward .96 Fullerton. AM 1 Schlcnkor. Gordon Alfred, D 2 Schmidt. Theodore . .92 Valley City. Ref 1 120 Gil by. AM 1 Scharmcr. Deane .94 ..96 Drayton. CM 1 .50 118. Watertown. S. Dak.. DE 2 Schmit, Patricia 92. 120 126 Fairmount. B i Schmitt. Frank 65. 126 126 Breckenridge. P-Eng 2 Schmitz. Dale .50 126 Kenmare. Ref 2 Schneider. I co .50 Glen Ullin. AM 2 Schnelderman. Waller Ulcn. Minn.. RTV l Schollmeyer. Thomas .87 118 Minot. RTV 1 Schrndlck, Jerome 87, 126 Wahpeton. LA 1 Schreiner, Larry Raleigh. RTV 1 Schultz. Dennis .91 Mantador, ID l Schultz. William .50 Hillsboro, DE 2 Schulz. Clarence Breckenridge. Minn.. GM 1 Schulz. Judith 58. 121. 127 . .65 Buchanan.B 2 Schwab. Joseph .89 119 Jamestown. K 1 Schwan, Garlen .81 Wahpeton. K 1 Schwartz. Karl Hebron. GM 1 Schwartz. Kenneth . .50 Xcw Town. RTV 1 Schwartz. Herbert . .91 Beulah. AM 2 Scott. Mark .65 . 127 Klngsford. Mich.. P-Ed 2 Scott. Wesley . 127 Savage. Mont.. DE 1 Socman, Henry . .88 Mandan. AM 2 Seibel, Donald .87 Elgin, CEA 1 Selk. Jerry ..83 Morris, Minn.. B 1 Severson. Thomas 99. 101. 133 Henning. Minn.. P 2 Shahane. John 83, 119, 127 Cavalier, B 1 Shanks. Mary 92. 121 127 Bathgate. B 1 Shaw. Ronald Hazelton. E 2 Shaw. Vincent . .50 Fort Totten, SM 2 Short. Eugene 81, 122 . .96 Walhalla. Ref 1 Fort Totten. AB 2 . .83 Shelton. Allen Cogswell. AB 2 145Shumaker, Charles .............115 New England. P-Ed 2 Sicbcr. Kenneth ................50 Columbia, S. Dak., AB 2 Sicbcr. Vcm.....................90 Columbia. S. Dak.. PI 1 Sicbert, Jacob........83. 119. 127 Kensal, B 1 Siebrecht, Richard .............51 Morris. Minn.. ID 2 Siodschlaw. Alan ...............81 Minot. Ref 1 Sigette, Bruce..................81 Perkin. Ref l Sikorski. Daniel Fairmount, P-Ed 1 Sikorski. Patricia____87. 119. 127 Fairmount. B 1 Simek. George...................51 Dickinson. AM 2 George, Sister M. Brcckcnridgc. Minn.. JCS 1 Roberta, Sister M. Brcckcnridgc, Minn., JCS 1 Sitar. John Bartlett. B 2 Sivertson, Arnold ...............82 Watford City. GM 1 Skachenko. Arnold ... .83. 99. 127 Killdcor. B 1 Skalct. Karen Nielsville. Minn.. PN 1 Skibicki. Wayne .................51 East Grand Forks. Minn.. DE 2 Skurdall. Carl Devils Lake, Eng 2 Slabaugh. Carry Sidney. Mont.. AB 1 Slag. Victor ..................86 Bismarck. RTV l Slaughter, Harold..............96 Tappen, AM 1 Slctto. Stanley Evansville, Minn.. P I Smetana. George ...............93 Lansford. RTV 1 Smith. Calvin .51. 99. 103. 111. 112 Vclva. AM 2 Smith. Charles ................8$ Hnnkinson, AM 1 Smith. David ..................82 Jamestown. RTV 1 Smith. Ervin ..................51 Bel field. DE 2 Smith. James ..................82 Stephan. Minn., ID 1 Smith. Phyllis ....87. 118. 120. 126 Breckenridge. Minn.. I-A 1 Smith. Ray.....................93 Mllnor. P 1 Smith. Roy.....................87 Wllmont, S. Dak.. CEA 1 Snider. William ...............87 Forman. RTV 1 Snyder. Dennis ................96 Wyndmerc. AM 1 Soehren. Eldon ................51 Regent. AM 2 Solbcrg. Robert................91 Guelph. AM 1 Solicn. Rodger.................81 Breckenridge. Minn.. Ref 1 Sommerfcld. George........81. IIS Michigan. Ref 1 Sorley. John...................81 Wolf Point. Mont.. Ref 1 Speidel. Luverne..........81. 118 Monango. BA 1 Speidel. Marcus................51 Lidgerwood. RTV 2 Spenst. Jay ...................92 Alsen. CEA 1 Speral. Ronald.................65 Wahpeton. P-Eng 2 Sprecher. Edward ..............90 McClusky. DE 1 Springer. Maurice .............65 Wahpeton. P-Eng 2 Stanbra, Harriet...........87, 127 Brcckcnridgc. Minn.. B 1 Stanhope. James................51 Detroit Lakes. Minn.. CEA 2 Steams. Glenn..................51 Detroit I-akcs. Minn.. AM 2 Stedman, Gary .................82 Grace City. GM 1 Stenberg, Mary Horace. PN 1 Stenberg. Richard.....51. 99. 103 Fargo. AM 2 stem son. Harold ..............92 McVillc. LA 1 Stephan. Roger.................83 I ong Prairie. Minn., B 1 Stephens. Sharon Breckenridge. Minn.. PN 1 Stewart. Roger.................89 Williston. E 1 Stockstad, Bruce ..............51 Mllnor. ID 2 Stockstad. Ronald .............91 Mllnor, P-Eng 1 Stoppleworth. Kenneth .........82 Woodworth. GM 1 Storlrocn. Robert .............90 Fergus Falls. Minn., AB 1 Stotz. laRoy Tolstoy. S. Dak.. I 2 Stow. Ronald.......87. 99. 102. 126 Breckenridge, Minn.. LA 1 Slrnndlund. Donald ............91 Roseau, Minn., ID l Slroifel. Reuben ..............90 Esmond. PI 1 Strom. Ronald..................51 Audubon. Minn., AB 2 St rouse. Mill ................81 Jamestown. PI 1 Slubcr, Lester Tower City. RTV 1 Stuewer. Darold................90 Sebeka. Minn.. DE l Sturdevant. Bill . 99. 101. 107. 109 Wah| cton. LA 1 Sturdevant, Terrance ....99. 102 Wahpeton. P-Ed 1 Summerville. Kelly.............88 Campbell. Minn.. SM 1 Sundby. Alan ..............96. 97 Underwood. Minn.. AM 1 Sunde. Truman .................52 Hannah. RTV 2 Sundeen. Norris ...............91 Brocket. GM 1 Sundllc. Douglas Rutland. B 2 Susag. Richard ................90 Crosby. AB 1 Svanes, Rolf ..................52 Kintyre. D 2 Sveom. Sharon ........87. 121. 127 Wahpeton. B 1 Svercl. Emil...................86 Brocket. RTV 1 Swanson. Dennis................85 Morris. Minn.. AM 1 Swanson. Ernest................87 Maddock. P-Eng 1 Swanson. Gordon ...............5S Moorhead. Minn.. B 2 Swanson. London ...............52 Sheldon. ID 2 Swanson. Lee ..................83 Stinim. AB 1 Swanson. Ray ..................92 Moorhead. Minn.. RTV 1 Swartz. Wallace Ivankin. GM 1 Swearson. Favc........92. 120. 127 Bantry. B 1 Sweeney. Rodney ...............91 I arimorc. GM 1 Swenson. Rodney ...............52 Farwcll. Minn.. RTV 2 Swenson. Jeanette_____92. 120. 127 Walcott. B 1 Swisher. Lance ................96 Nashua. Minn.. AM 1 Sylvester. David ..............52 Starbuck. Minn.. DE 2 Syring. David.........65. 115. 126 Breckenridge. Minn.. P-Med 2 T Tabor. Clyde ..................92 Breckenridge. Minn,. P-Ed 1 Taverimo. Edmond ..............93 Ghent. Minn., RTV 1 Tecs. Robert ..................52 Jamestown. AM 2 Tessicr. Maurice..........52. 119 Horace. RTV 2 Thimjon. Darrel ...............93 Foxhome. Minn., E 1 Thimjon. Donald................89 Foxhome. Minn.. E 1 Thom. John ....................90 Pelican Rapids. Minn,, PI l Thomas. Margaret Cando, PN 1 Thompson. Arnold ..............85 Grafton. E 1 Thompson. Glen ................52 Cogswell, DE 2 Thompson. Richard ...52. 107, 108 Wales. Ref 2 Thompson. Roy..................52 Libby. Mont.. E 2 Thompson. William .............90 Moorhead. Minn., AB 1 Thomberg. Edward ..............57 Fergus Falls. Minn.. B 2 Thorpe. Wayne.............91. 112 Endcrlin. AMI Thorson. Robert ...............90 Crookston. Minn., DE 1 Thorstod. Michael ... .86. 107, 109 Morris. Minn.. P 1 Thurecn. Harley ...............86 East Grand Forks. Minn.. ID 1 TifTany. William Bantry. CEA 1 Tingum. Lorraine...............92 Walcott. B 1 Tjaden. Clifford Stockholm. S. Dak.. RTV 1 Toellc. Roxann Nashua. Minn.. PN 1 Tofle. Lloyd ..............52. 118 Grand Forks. RTV 2 Tofte. Otto.....................93 Grand Forks. E 1 Topp. Raymond Grace City. D 2 Topp. Rolland ..................52 Glenfleld. AM 2 Traiscr. David..................53 Drake. E 2 Travers. Kenneth ...............92 Hoople, AB 1 Trotter. Robert................53. 112 Hope. AM 2 Trotticr. Ben ..................92 Hamilton. RTV 1 Trudel. Duane...................53 Pembina. E 2 Trullingcr. Terry .65. 119. 121. 126 Carrington. P-Ed 2 Tschider. Gordon ...............90 Jamestown. AB 1 Turnoau, Robert ................92 Minot. RTV 1 Tumquist. John ................83. 127 Glen Ellvn. III.. AB 1 Twcdt. Carol .........87. 100. 121 Wahpeton. SA 1 Twcdten. Gerald ................93 Grafton. P 1 U Umstcd. Curtis............94. 99 Page. ID 1 Ussatis. Vernon...............53 Nome. D 2 116Miry IInil. Ctrl's Dormitory Utke. Daniel ...................91 Endcrlin AM 1 V Vaag. LeRoy ....................53 Lake Park. Minn.. D 2 Vasts, Richard .................65 Brcckcnridge. Minn.. P-Eng 2 Van Ornum. Clarence........93. 119 Cackle, P 1 Van Tassel. Lyle ...............91 Breckcnridgc, Minn.. II) l Van Vlcct. Cary.........53. 99. 103 Killdcer. AM 2 Vosicek. Charles...........65. 119 Brocket. P-Eng 2 Venborg. Kenneth Moorhead. Minn.. AM 1 Verkc. Darwin ..................86 Churches Ferry, RTV l Vertin, Mary......81. 119. 121. 127 Brcckcnridge. Minn., B 1 Vickstrom, James ...............92 Wahpeton, CEA 2 Vivler. Dorothy ................81 Rolla. LA 1 VoclU. Millard .................53 Twin Brooks. S. D.. DE 2 Vocltz. William Big Stone City. S. D.. MSW 1 Vogel. Howard ..................89 Cando. E 1 Voigt. Clair ...................53 Rhamc. RTV 2 Voigt. Dorothy .................66 Wahpeton. P-Ed 2 Vollmers. Roger ................85 Dumont. Minn.. E 1 Vreim. Robert ..................53 Wilmot. S. D.. DE 2 W Wagner, Allen ..................93 Heron Lake. Minn., RTV 1 Wagner. Marvin .................53 Goodrich. ID 2 Wagner. Phillip ...........89. 118 Brookings, S. D.. DE 1 Wagnild. Loren .................53 Wolf Point. Mont.. CEA 2 Wahus, Roger ...................91 Max bass. CM 1 Waite. Douglas ................58 Brcckenridge, Minn., B 2 Walch. Gene Coodrich, MSW 1 Wald. Frances ..81. 119. 120. 127 Wishek. B 1 Walker. James ..................85 Valley City. AM l Walker! Robert Sibler Bay. Minn.. B 1 Walter, Donald .................81 Dickinson. PI 1 Walters. Donald ................91 Lisbon. AB 1 Wanner. Adam .........................53 Bclficld. P 2 Warckcn. Delores 17. 59. 119. 127. Forman. B 2 131 Ward. Sandra 81. 119. 120, 122. 126 Brcckenridge. Minn.. LA 1 Warner. Russel Wahpeton. LA 1 Watts. Judith Williston. PN 1 Wavra. Donald........51. 122. 131 Fingal. P 2 Wcatherhoad. Mary . .81. 119. 121. Oakes. B 1 127 Weaver. Charles..........51. 118 Ponsford. Minn.. RTV 2 Weber. Philip New Rockford. RTV 2 Wegh. Nick ...........................81 Dickinson. PI 1 Weigand. Cary ........................86 Wendell. Minn,, RTV l Weigand. Warren ..17. 59. 118. 127 Wendell. Minn.. B 2 Weigel. Clarence......................51 Zeeland. AM 2 Weight. David ........................89 Oakes. DE 1 Welch. Addie Ortonville. Minn.. PN 1 Wclharticky. Joseph ..................85 Brcckenridge. Minn.. MSW 1 Wcrle. Marilyn ......92, 120. 127 Upham. E 1 Werner, Darlene ......................81 Bathgate. B 1 Werner, Frank ........................90 Linton. PI 1 Werre. Roger............5-1. 118 Bismarck. RTV 2 Wcttstcin, Carolyn Falrmount. PN 1 White, Richard .......................91 Frankfort. Ind.. AM 1 Whitehead. Guy .......................92 Falrmount. LA 1 Whitney. Eugene Jamestown, P 2 Wtcklcin. Judith Wahpeton. LA 2 Widhnlm. Ivan .................88 Wahpeton. SM 1 Wieler. Randall ...............89 Walhalla. CM 1 Wien. Ronald ..................87 Colfax. P-Eng 1 Wiese, Dennis .................51 Louisburg. RTV 2 Wicscr. Lloyd Fairmount, P-Eng 1 Wilber. Gerald Hankinson, P-Ed 2 Wilkie, Jeannette .............59 Rolla. B 2 Williams. Larry ................81 Bartlesville, Minn., P-Eng 1 Wilmart. Lee ...................93 Jamestown. RTV 1 Wilmot. I-eslie Jamestown. RTV 2 Windingland. Alan...............91 Luvemc. CM l Winje. Lynn ..........59. 122. 121 Lidgerwood. B 2 Winkler, Douglas ...............51 Oriakn, Ref 2 Wirta. Thomas ..................51 Now York Mills. Minn.. DE 2 Wirtzfcld. Leonard .............95 Sentinel Butte. AM 1 Witte, David ...................87 Milbank. S. D.. CEA 1 Witzig. Duane Jamestown. CEA 1 Wool I, Charles ................81 Casselton. AM l Wolf, Sandra ...................59 New Leipzig. B 2 Walter. Alfred .................90 Brcckenridge, Minn., AB 1 Wollcrs. Darrell Lisbon. AM 1 Wood. Albert ...................91 Rock Lake.. All 1 Woods, Kicodcmux Eden. S. D.. ID 1 Womer. James ...................81 Great Bend. LA 1 Womer. Mike---99. 101, 111. 133 Wahpeton. LA 1 Worner, Roger Wahpeton. P-Eng 1 Woytassek. Mary Lidgerwood. P-Com 2 Woytassek. Warren ............90 Cayuga. DE 1 Y Yaggie, David ...........99. 103 Breckenrldge. Minn., AM l York. John ...................82 Washington. D. C.. RTV I Young. Lois .............81, 127 Carrington, B 1 Z Zech. Jerry...............51. 81 Bismarck. AM 2 Zentz. Gary ................£° Pelican Rapids. Minn., AM 2 Zlck. Gary ................81 Wahpeton, P-Med 1 Zimmerman. Daniel .........51 Wahpeton. DE 2 Zimmerman. Dennis ..66. 118, 127 Elizabeth. Minn., B 2 Zimmerman. Wayne ..........51 Glyndon. Minn,, D 1 Zluticky, Michael ............81 Brcckcnridge, Minn.. P-Eng 1 147 AB—Auto Body AM—Auto Mechanics DEI—Drafting and Estimating ID Industrial Drafting D—Diesel Maintenance E Electrical EA—Engineering Aide GM General Mechanics MSW Machine Shop and Welding P—Printing PI—Plumbing PN- Practical Nursing Ref—Refrigeration RTV Radio, Electronics and TV SM Sheet Metal US— Business Special B—Business BA Business Administration Eng- Engineering A-Eng Architectural Eng. C-Eng Civil Engineering E-Eng Electrical Engineering M-Kng Mechanical Engineering P-Eng—Pre-Engineering HEc—Home Economics JP—Journalism-Printing LA—Liberal Arts P-Com—Prc-Commcrcc P-Ed Pre-Education P-Med Pre-Medical P-La v—Pre-Law P-N—Pre-Nursing SA Secretarial Arts ST Secretarial Training JCS—Junior College Special Old Main 148 . a? V■» (Icrald Pederson This year we hope to give you a yearbook that means more to you than just another book or annual, we want this Agatcasic to be a memory book, your memory book! 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C. and FRAM GAS for LESS OIL FILTERS 20% Discount to Science Students FRIENDLY NAME PRODUCTS SERVICE FOR LESS North of Brcckcnridge at Junction of 210 and 75 Penney’s ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Compliments of— THE J. C. PENNEY COMPANY Dial MI 2-4131 Wahpeton, N. Dak. AL'S Barber Shop Sears Roebuck AND COMPANY NORDAHL Jewelry AND 'We Care How You Look' Wahpeton, N. Dak. Good Luck To "62" Science Grads Phone MI 2-5538 Wahpeton North Dakota THULEN Meal Market Breckenridge, Minn.STURDEV ANT'S WHOLESALE AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES Wahpeton North Dakota Farmers and Merchants State 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 H'e Can Serve You PHONE NI 3-5553 Brcckcnridgc, Minnesota Everybody Loves fiuMnj @ ieac) Baked by PARK REGION BAKERY of FERGUS FALLS. MINNESOTAStudents of 196V62 If was nice to have known you. Come visit us when you return to the Campus. A Book Store A Campus Hub A Recreation Room Student ( eut i North Dakota State School of Science WahpetonACME WELDING SUPPLY "Everything for Welding" FARGO BISMARCK Osborne - McMillan GRAIN ELEVATOR Custom Grinding Mixing, Rolling Pellets Telephone MI 2-3611 Your Junior Chamber of Commerce is a civic service organization for young men between the ages of 21 and 35, inclusive. It is dedicated to two purposes: (1) Improvement and development of the community. (2) Improvement and development of its individual members to train them for business advancement and civic leadership. Farmwell Feeds Wahpeton, North Dakota WAHPETON JAYCEES(?ouy%atuCatiaci Graduates of 1962 lurch lull. Mat’s Dormitory uhcrc the Cafeteria is l.ocated @ z£eten,ia North Dakota State School of Science WahpetonYour Alumni Association All graduates and those in attendance for two or more terms are automatically enrolled as members of the association. We need your active support Dues arc: Yearly 1.00 Life Membership 15.00 Strength - Safety - Service Wahpeton National Bank Wahpeton, North Dakota "The Friendly Bank on the Corner"HOPPERT'S Wahpeton Plumbing and Healing "We Service What We Sell" Phone MI 2-4241 Wahpeton, N. Dak. Vertin s Funeral Home - Wahpeton, N. Dak. Complete Soda Fountain WHERE SCIENCE SCHOOL MEETS Luncheon Service and Meals HOME MADE ICE CREAM FROZEN FRESH DAILY CONTINUED SUCCESS To All SCIENCE GRADUATES North Dakota's Largest Electronics Supply House Bristol Distributing Company Main Office 1345 MAIN AVENUE — FARGO. NORTH DAKOTA Branches In Grand Forks - Minot - Bismarck - Dickinson - Fergus Falls Write For Free CatalogCompliments of— Jim's Market Jim liiisliee and Sons Proprietors West End Dakota Avenue Open 8 a.m. to tO p.m. Seven Daps A IVVefc Fruit and Vegetables Onions, Apples and Watermelons Potatoes—Our Specialty Wahpeton, North Dakota Erwin 0. Smith OSTEOPATH SOS Dakota .-Ire. Ml 2-1260 $20 8th .Ire. Xorth Ml 2-3110 WAHPETON SCHEEL'S Hardware WAHPETON V STORE Nationally Advertised Locally Owned Cole Morris, Prop. Furnace and Air-Conditioning Service SOLTIS SHEET METAL Phone MI 2-4400 WAHPETON BRECKENRIDGE We Buy - Sell New Used Guns Phone NI 3-3666 Where dollars make most cents CAL'S Diner Open 24 Hours BRECKENRIDGEAnderson Texaco Products It'. Cyrus Anderson We see to it that you always have a plentiful supply of Tex- aco Fuel Chief Heating Oil. NO RUN-OUTS HEATING OIL A complete line of Texaco Petroleum Products Phone MI 2-4567 WAHPETON Residence Phone MI 2-4568 Erickson Plumbing and Healing Everything in Crane Plumbing Fixtures and Crane Heating Equipment Brcckcnridge, Minnesota Phone NI 3 4971 TWIN CITY ROOFING WE ARE EXPERT ROOFERS Home Office: Wahpeton, North Dakota Phone MI 2-3561 Branch Offices in Mandan, N. Dak. Dickinson, N. Dak. Fargo, N. Dak.ARMOUR Co. WEST FARGO. North Dakota 'Nature Makes The Meat” "Armour Makes The Difference” ★"Tke Haw Mutt Am” BY ARMOUR Fully Cooked Hickory Smoked Oondits • Shankleno Nemo's Lanes Bowling from 4:00 p. m. to midnight COFFEE SNACKS CIGARETTES CANDY POP Vernon L. Thompson (1029 Student) Proprietor Phone NI 3-3872 Breckcnridgc, MinnesotaYour Challenge is Greater vilh COLLI.XS As an engineer at Collins, you help develop the finest avionics equipment built. You have the opportunity of working with top men on advanced instrumentation and equipment such as automatic pilot, solid state com-municaiion nnvigation systems, antennas, Doppler, distance measuring equipment and weather radar. And you stay right with a project until product completion. ■ Collins, one of the nation's leading growth companies, also offers a wide variety of engineering opportunities in ground communication, antenna research, microwave, data systems, amateur, broadcast, components and general systems design. Facilities arc in Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Dallas, Texas; and Newport Beach, California, with sales offices and field service installations throughout the world. B Collins has career opportunities for M.H.’s, F.F.’s, I.K.’s and Physicists in design, research and production. Contact your college placement office for further information or send your inquiry to: L R | BE J« (nn B R 0 Olson Collins Company I Co'ims Radio Compaq I Colors ftno Co-pa- Cedar Rap 4s. I Dallas. I Newport e«ach. Iowa I T««as I California An « «al opportunity employer.Compliments of— Quine Company STEEL BUILDINGS ROOFING INSULATION SIDING Wahpeton, N. Dak. Phone MI 2-4525 A 0 Meat Supply Albert and Olivia Grenz Everything In Meats Fish - Poultry - Cheese LOCKERS Special Rates to SSS Students MI 2-5641 320 Dakota Ave. Wahpeton LUNCH BOX Pizza MEALS and LUNCHES For PIZZA To Go Phone NI 3-1852 Breckenridge, Minnesota Valley Printing Co. We Do Expert Work On Wedding Announcements and All Types of Printing Dial NI 3-5441 Breckenridge Carl's Texaco Service We Give S H Green Stamps • LUBRICATING • WASHING • AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES • MINOR TUNE UP • BRAKE SERVICE Dial NI 3-5141 Breekenridge ANDERSON Food Guild Store "The Store With The New Front" FREE DELIVERY Open Daily S to 8 Sunday 9 to 1 Dial NI 3-4871 205 South 5th BreckenridgeWords to Remember . . . School Never Closes for the Mind of Man Globe-Gazette Printing Company Wahpeton, North Dakota "A Good Name to Remember? KOST BROTHERS, INC. Ready-Mix Concrete Washed Gravel — Sand — Concrete Tile Kost Concrete Blocks — Building Material Delivered Anywhere Midway 2-3371 Wahpeton, North Dakota ROADWAY CARGO, INC. Division of G P Transportation Co., Inc. Daily Freight Service from Twin Cities and Fargo-Moorhead Phone MI 2-6148 Wahpeton, N. Dak.WATER'S DRUG Complete Reliance in Pharmacy NI 3-5411 Breckcnridgc, Minn. • Daily Buying • Cattle • Sheep • Hogs No Commission No Yardage Call MI 2-4385 Wahpeton Livestock Company Wahpeton, N. Dak. LILLEGARD Incorporated Complete Line of INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER Machinery MI 2-6689 Wahpeton, N. Dak. MEIDE and FRITZ CONSTRUCTION CO. General Contractors Phone MI 2-3807 Wahpeton, North Dakota COGHLAN Realty and Insurance Agency Business Opportunities Business Consultants Charles "Chuck" Coghlan MI 2-3233 Wahpeton, N. Dak. CLEM'S Fine Foods Reasonably Priced Our Only Claim to Fame Open 7 Days a week Clem Samouris, Prop.ELGIN and BULOVA SLETTEN'S Cars Repaired and WATCHES New and Used Painted at Kaynar and Princess Diamonds Motorcycles Go-Karts Lawn Mowers SIM'S Body Shop Home of Fine Giftware Sales - Service - Paris Watch Repair We Repair All Makes and Models Highway 81 and 13 Bassett's Wahpeton, N. Dak. MI 2-4041 West End of Dakota Avenue Wahpeton, North Dakota Wahpeton, North Dakota 6-12-6928 First National HITCH'N FOLIN'S Bank POST Drive In Shoe Shop Organized 1885 DYEING and Homecooked Meals REPAIRS Phone NI 3-5521 Repairing While Brcckenridge, Minn. Hiway 75 You Wait Member of FDIC Brcckenridge. Minn. Brcckenridge, Minn.Home C ’as Gompany, Cvic. P. O. Box 609 Wahpeton, North Dakota Valley Maid Meal Producls First in Flavor — First in Freshness For better Schools, Churches and Public Projects support North Dakota Industry Manufactured by Fargo Packing and Sausage Company West Fargo, North Dakota Since 1879 A Complete Line of Institutional Pack Foods and Food Service Equipment (Jslesens St. Paul Minneapolis Fargo Printing Equipment and Supplies PERFECTION TYPE, INC. 2716 Nicollet Avenue Minneapolis, Minn.'CHAM PlINi 12M VADA'S Steak House ft©)i Ed's Oil Company In Itrcckcnridgc On Highway 75, South Al's Truck Stop • Steak HjffT CHAMPUN • Chops • Sea Foods 24-hour Wrecker Service r °11- co- Goodyear Tires Delco Batteries Lubrication • Sandwiches • Chow-Mein • Spaghetti Station and Bulk Service Family Style Serving of Brake Work AAA Towing Service • Turkey Complete Ignition Parts • Ham Motor Tuneups Phone NI 3 3744 Private Rooms for Parties 222 Minnesota Ave. Dine and Dunce Every Night Phone NI 3-9949 Breckenridge, Minn. NI 3-5810 Breckenridge, Minn. Compliments of— Compliments of— Uncle Jim's Breckenridge Federal aejness CAFE STEAK HOUSE SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION BEN FRANKLIN STORE Charcoal Broiled Steaks and Chops Your Department Variety Store Plan to use our Charcoal Room for Meetings and Private parties. 506Minnesota Avc. Closed All Day Saturday Phone NI 3-5519 Phone NI 3-3891 Breckenridge, Minn. Breckenridge. Minn. Breckenridge, Minn.HAROLD'S EMERY Barber Shop Greenhouses East End 7th Ave. South For Appearance At Its Best Specializing in Spring Bedding Plants and Potted Plants Wahpeton, N. Dak. Near Gillcs Theatre MI 2-3470 Wahpeton Clyde and Phyllis Emery COX'S Wahpeton Bakery Construction The Finest in Building, Hauling Pastries, and Bread and Cakes Excavating To Order Phone MI 2-5791 Wahpeton, N. Dak. MI 2-3569 Wahpeton, N. Dak. Alexis "Alex" Anderson INSURANCE AGENCY Reasonable Rates Auto, Truck, Life, Fire Comer of Third and Dakota Ave. Phone MI 2-6334 Wahpeton West Side Motors STUDEBAKER Used Cars Sales and Service MI 2-4704 Wahpeton, N. Dak.Gilles and Ridge Theatres “Where you enjoy the very latest and best in motion pictures We Appreciate Your Patronage! HuJiland Ccuutly FARMER-GLOBE North Dakota's Greatest Community Newspaper Complete Printing Facilities For Offset and Letterpress Wahpeton, North Dakota Ray's Radiator Service This can result in serious motor damage! Save Money! lace it serciccd ichere you see this sign! 3l i {locks South of Post Office South Sixth Street Wahpeton, N. Dak. Terrace Lanes Wahpeton's New Bowling Center ■Yi Mile West of City Limits Serving Coffee and Snacks “Howl for Fun and Health” Phone MI 2-9955 Wahpeton, North Dakota COMPLIMENTS OF— BRONSON CLOTHING Men's Fine Clothing And Furnishings Lee Stoltenow Lloyd Bohn Breckenridge, Minnesota CONSUMERS USE GAS FOR THE SIX BIG JOBS— • Cooking • Water Heating • Home Heating • Refrigeration • Tractor Fuel • Crop Drying Gas Service Is Our Business Dial MI 2-4371 Wahpeton, North DakotaI Know! BETTER LIGHT MAKES HOMEWORK EASIER! Otter Tail Power Company Wahpeton, North DakotaLumber and Supplies for Every Need United Building Centers, Inc. Phone MI 2-3751 Wahpeton, North Dakota WAHPETON RED OWL the store of quality foods and courtesy 'Across from the Courthouse' FREE PARKING LOT 109 North Fifth Street Quality Engraving: For Over Forty YearsFrigaard and Martin Super Valu Fine Foods at Everyday Low Prices Wahpeton, North Dakota Wahpeton Paint and Glass Company LEON NOVETZKE BILL CRAWFORD • Wallpaper • O'Brien Paints • Waxes • Paint Brushes • Plate Glass • Mirrors • Auto Glass • Ceramic Tile 709 Dakota Avenue Phone MI 2-3563 Wahpeton, N. Dak. 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 MI 2-6629 Wahpeton, North Dakota ROYAL—World's No. 1 Typewriter Sales - Service - Rentals Manual - Electric - Portable GAFFANEY'S OFFICE SPECIALTIES CO. Fargo - Minot • Grand Forks - WillistonBROWN'S-RELIABLE CLEANERS LAUNDROMAT One Day Cleaning on Request Half Hour Laundry with Finished Shirts and Fonts Telephone MI 2-3681 KEN and HOY'S CONOCO Ken Randall Roy Erickson COMPLETE 24 HOUR SERVICE Dial MI 2-5S03 Wahpeton, N. Dak. CORNER DRUG ARTHUR LEE INSURANCE “Prescription Specialists" D. B. Folden, Prop. Quality Insurance At Low Cost Across from the Post Office 522 Dakota Avc. Wahpeton, N. Dak. Wahpeton, North Dakota Dial MI 2-5595 Phone Ml 2-4101 PEG'S WYLER and BULOVA Barber Shop Watches "II your hair isn't becoming to you, Then you should be KEEPSAKE and PRINCESS Diamonds coming to us-" Complete Gift Selection Wahpeton National Bank Building "The Sterliny and Silver Store” OLSON JEWELERS Wahpeton, North Dakota Wahpeton. North DakotaMinette Beauty Salon NODAK MUTUAL INS. CO. and Courtesy of "Your Door to Beauty” Richland County Farm Bureau Western Union 115 N 5th Street Complete Farm Bureau Insurance Service Newspaper Phone MI 2-4522 Wahpeton North Dakota Dial MI 2-3483 Wahpeton. North Dakota Fargo, N. Dak. Compliments of— Universal Finance Company Casper's Texaco Service Nemo's Lanes Bowling from 4:00 p. m. to midnight "Cash in a Flash" WASHING BATTERIES GREASING TIRES COFFEE SNACKS CIGARETTES CANDY POP Phone MI 2-6659 Wahpeton. North Dakota Dial NI 3-6481 Brcckcnridge. Minn. Vernon L. Thompson (1929 Student) Proprietor Phone NI 3-3872 Brcckenridgc, MinnesotaNOVETZKE Building Maierial Company Smart People Build or Buy Before A Boom! QUALITY BUILDING MATERIALS Wahpeton, N. Dak. RED RIVER JOBBING Distributors of ROCK SPRING And Other Favorite Beverages Breckenritlge, Minnesota GIL'S D-X SERVICE We Specialize in Expert Lubrication and A Complete Expert Brake Service and Repair Wahpeton, N. Dak. Compliments of— DeLuxe Beauty Shoppe • Permanent Waving • Hair Tinting • Hair Shaping • Hair Styling All Types of Ilcauty Work Phone MI 2-3271 Wahpeton, North Dakota Hyde Grocery Candy Cigarettes Pop GROCERIES By Campus Gate Thanks... For the very fine patron-age we have enjoyed during the past year from the students and faculty of the STATE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE Flowers For All Occasions EDENBORG’S WAHPETON FLORAL COMPANY 802 Dakota Avc. Dial MI 2-3171EAT-MOR CAFE Open 6 a. m. to 8 p. m. MEALS SHORT ORDERS Gladys Hag am an Owner 211 Dakota Ave. Wahpcton, N. Dak. Dail MI 2-3604 Miller's Barber Shop "If your hair isn't becoming to you. you should be coming to us." Wahpcton, N. Dak. MEN'S CLOTHING AND SHOES See Us For Styling and Value Wahpeton, N. Dak. Roger L. Drobcrg Owner Dial MI 2-3311 Wahpcton. N. Dak. FARLOW'S Style Center Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-wear SMART STYLES AT LOWEST PRICES Wahpcton, North Dakota Meyers-Jones Farm Store Alfred Meyers Dale Jones Sales and Service Dial MI 2-4497 Wahpcton, N. Dak.JORGENSEN'S VARIETY Krause Motor Service The Home of a PLYMOUTH VALIANT CHRYSLER IMPERIAL Variety of Quality Lines at Lowest Prices Complete Motor Overhaul Body Work and Painting Wahpeton, N. Dak. Phone MI 2-1290 Wahpeton. North Dakota Compliments of HOLLY'S BARBER SHOP Wahpeton D iu(j (3ompan j Take a few minutes to get the best haircut in town. A cross From Wards §0 Wahpeton. N. Dak. THE REXALL STORE Wahpeton, N. Dak. Headquarters for Mechanics' Tools Complete Line of Household Goods and Automotive Supplies II'. B. Christenson, owner Phone MI 2-3491 W hpeton, North Dakota HOLTHUSEN BROTHERS Grass Field Garden Seeds “Our Prompt Deliveries Make Friends” Phone MI 2-3441 Wahpeton, North DakotaMeet Us At The Stratford Hotel Coffee Shop BEST COFFEE IN TOWN Beth and Tony Twedt Hotel Stratford Building Breckenridge, Minnesota THE REISS COAL SALES CO. Dakota Lignite Division • Indian Head • Lucky Strike • Fire Chief 511 Black Building 4405 East Lake Street Fargo. North Dakota Minneapolis, Minnesota All Grades of Coal Available for Shipment from Mines or Docks “Always The Best In Lignite” Mine located at Zap. N. Dak. WAHPETON'S LEADING DEPARTMENT STORE First in Quality Satisfaction Guaranteed Lowest in Price Or Your Money Back MILLER PHARMACY • PRESCRIPTIONS • HALLMARK CARDS • COSMETICS • BABY SUPPLIES 9 PHOTO SERVICE • SPORTING GOODS Complete Gift Selection 312 Dakota Avenue Dial MI 2-5551 Wahpcton, N. Dak. Shirley-Onstad, Inc. The Oldest INDEPENDENT Plumbing and Heating Jobber in NORTH DAKOTA We Invite You to Visit Out- New Modern Plant at— IS17 Great :Xortliern Drive, Fargo MELBY STUDIO A Studio of Modern Photography BRECKENRIDGE MINNESOTA■ FLAA OIL COMPANY JOHN FLAA, Proprietor Dealer in GAS, OIL. TIRES AND BATTERIES GREASING AND WASHING Phone MI 2-3451 Wahpeton, North Dakota Texaco Products and Goodrich Tires Pasteurized and Homogenized Grade "A" Vitamin "D" Milk ☆ Cream ☆ Ice Cream ☆ Butter ☆ Cottage Cheese Mickey the Milkman says: “Delivered Milk Is Fresh . . . Only Hours From The Farm.” LINDALE CREAMERY COMPANY Dial MI 2-4218 XIHome of the Valley Maid Dairy Products Phone NI 3-3971 Breckenridge, Minn. Breckenridge Lumber Company "Your Home Yard" Free. Expert Estimates and Consultation 515 South Fifth Street Phone NI 3-6613 BRRCl RNRIDCj K. M1XXESOTA B and W WHOLESALE Indestro Tools Batteries Sporting Goods Tires General Hardware Wahpeton, N. Dak. Lisbon. N. Dak. Britton, S. Dak. For real refreshment it’s MISSION BEVERAGES Distributed by HAUSAUER BEVERAGES. WahpetonPark Grant Company Wholesale Distributors • Groceries • Cigars and Candy • Fresh Vegetables and Fruit • Fountain Syrup Wahpcton. North Dakota Phone MI 2-5515Hintgen - Karsi ELECTRIC COMPANY Established in 1919 Electrical Contracting Commercial Refrigeration FRIGIDAIRE Air-Conditioning and Appliances WESTINGHOUSE Appliances Dial MI 2-5881 WAHPETON, N. DAK. WAHPETON Laundry and Cleaners Dry Cleaning and Launderers • Hat Blocking • Pressing • Dyeing • Repairing • Alterations • Curtain Work • Linen Supply 125 Dakota Avenue Phone MI 2-5111 WAHPETON, N. DAK. MEHL'S FLOWER SHOP and GREENHOUSES LARGEST GROWERS in TWO CITIES Phone NI 3-5071 BRECKENRIDGE, MINNESOTA COMPLIMENTS OF MILK ICE CREAM COTTAGE CHEESE It's Gol Thai Happy Go Healthy Flavor Phone MI 2-4411 Wahpeton, North DakotaWahpelon Beauty Salon Mel's Mobil Service HAIR TINTING PERMANENT WAVES MANICURING Individual Hair Styling Tires Quality Service Motor Tune Up Brakework Bernice L. Sorensen, Prop. Phone MI 2-3565 Wahpeton Phone MI 2-3430 Wahpeton Don's Radio and TV Olson Bearing R. C. A. MOTOROLA ZENITH WELDING and MACHINE SHOP We Service All Makes Steel Supplies Phone NI 3-4922 Breckenridge Phone MI 2-4561 Wahpeton AAL Red River Aid Association for Lutherans Implement Co., Inc. Lower Net Cost JOHN DEERE LIFE INSURANCE and F. I. C. VERSATILE SWATHERS Roy M. Laughridge, Agent Sales and Service 513 Willow Avenue Phone 2-6733 Phone NI 3-4631 BreckenridgeIt Takes Just A Minute . . to tell you that most of our officers and employees are Alumni and to ask you to come in get acquainted and use the service that of the State School of Science our bank offers this community Midway 2-SSGS Citizens ........ National Bank Wahpeton. North Dakou [iBAMti m Drycleaning Hat Cleaning and Blocking Leather Cleaning and Finishing LAUNDERED SHIRTS Wash, Dry and Fold Dail MI 2 6241 Wahpcton, N. Dak. COMPLIMENTS OF WAHPETON ELECTRIC 215 Dakota Ave. Phone MI 2-3585 Wahpeton, N. Dak. COME TO THE Wahpeton Shoe Hospital FOR EXPERT SHOE REPAIR “While You Wait" If Desired Dial MI 2-3973 Wahpeton, N. Dak.Compliments of— Compliments of— Dr. H.H. Miller, M.D. Dr. C. L. Lindberg EYE EAR OPTOMETRIST NOSE THROAT Wahpeton National Bank Building Citizens National Hank Building 501 Dakota Ave. Phone MI 2-4461 Wahpeton Phone MI 2-3573 Wahpeton Compliments of— Compliments of— Doctors Pfisler Dr. George Murray H. H. Pfister, D.D.S. Dr. Walter Helland Jack H. Pfister, D.D.S. DENTISTS Phones—Ml 2-5631 Citizens National Bank Building MI 2-3081 Phone Ml 2-4741 Wahpeton, North Dakota Wahpeton, North Dakota Our Compliments To Compliments of— The Class of 1962 From S. C. Lucas, D.D.S. Dr. J. 0. Ness DENTIST Dr. C. C. Milskog CHIROPRACTORS 111 4th Street North Phone MI 2-5600 Wahpeton Phone MI 2-5822 Wahpeton


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