North Dakota State College of Science - Agawasie Yearbook (Wahpeton, ND)
- Class of 1974
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All these things
that define us as a person are forever
Student Life - Spring 73
"52 card pick-up" is a haphazard time; but then so was Spring 73.
2122NDSSS Track 1973
NDSSS experienced a very successful track season. It was the first time that NDSSS had ever won the NDJCAC Region 13 title as well as a place in the National NJCAC meet. They also finished fourth in the NDCAA.
Team members were: Cary Bcrtek, Mike Francis, Scott Hanson, Joe Hausauer, Lee Jorgenson, Bruce loney, Tom Marti-kowske, Greg Marking, Brad Naggatz, Rich Olson, Kevin Peterson, Dennis Ramlo, David Reese, Paul Schmidt, Tom Sheets, Dan Shown, Merle Shown, Cordon Stine, Tom Stur-devant, Brian Uhlich, Mike Williams, and Gus Mohs.
Kevin Peterson, Scott Hanson, Mike Francis and Tom Stur-devant qualified in individual events and competed in the NJCAA track meet in Houston, Texas, May 24-26 where Peterson placed 5th in the nation in the 880 yard run.
Mike Francis led the 1973 team scoring with 113 points followed by NDCAC 100 yard dash champ Brian Uhlich who scored 99 points. Eleven NDSSS outdoor records were established.
Karen Boehler was presented the award for Outstanding Student, the Tom Galbreth Memorial Award.
The Tom Galbreth Memorial Award is presented annually to the student of the year as selected by Circle K. Tom Galbreth was president of the NDSSS Circle K Club during the 1962-63 school year. The award was set up by his parents when he was killed in an accident in 1963.Summer School
For mosl people summer school is far from reality. But for those who attended the summer session here it was very real. At times it may have been like playing solitaire when the student center or down were empty, but it was full of memories of both times and people.Looking back at Science with a smile and a tear. It's over-graduation. May 30, 1973.
As spring fever hits 100V of the campus, even the faculty - you can expect anything to happen. And it did ...
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Student Life - Fall 73
It may have been "Go to the Dump" when you were younger, but it was "Go to the Bar" Fall 73 at SSS.WAHPETON THE TOWN
For nine months, Wahpcton THE Town is Wah-peton OUR Town. We aren't visitors. We live, work and play here. The town leaves it's marks on us, and we leave ours on the town.
30Then there was registration. The lines, the lectures, moving in, meeting a roommate, and especially the fees, were all remembered.
Cats A Cornin'
"Cals A Cornin' Time", what a week! It may have officially began on Wednesday night, but we were all warming up on Monday night and even some the week before.
Lobo started out the festivities in Bute Gym on Wednesday night. It was a sellout concert with a performance to match. Lobo, we loved you.
Thursday night was Roberta Miller's as she was crowned the 1973 Homecoming Queen by President Blikre. Her attendents were Ellen Long and Linda Jaskowski.
The coffee house and alumni all came on Friday with the parade starting all too early on Saturday morning at 10:00. The football game against Valley City occupied the afternoon while the dance was held that night with Noah playing. All in all it was a week to remember.
Homecoming Queen Candidates. LEFT TO RIGHT: Geratdmc Nelson, Judy Potter DiAnn Stelling. Linda Jaskowski, Ellen long. Jackie Keller. Deborah Vcppl. Roberta Miller Mollv Kuhn and Karen Gibbon.
Queen RobertaThe Game
Despite the loss to Mayville, it was an exciting afternoon. Beautiful fall weather and a beautiful queen made the day near perfect.uI
Along with the new students came the new drinkers, and more responsibilities. It changed many things: the crowd became 90% your age, the city of Breckcnridge became well known, you found out that playing "Spades" and "Indian" weren't the best ways to get drunk, and you had YOUR first good look at the law.
r.. .In October Nordgaard Hall, the new ten story men's dorm, was dedicated in honor of W.M. Nordgaard, director of placement.
Starting off Homecoming week was a concert by Lobo. The well-known performer sang many of his popular tunes and entertained the audience with his humor.Twas Halloween night, and all sorts of strange characters roamed the Student Center. Carving pumpkins, bobbing for apples, dancing to "Prodigy," and participating in the costume contest took up most of the evening. But the highlight of the night was the movie, "Creatures From The Crypt," which was presented at 11:30 with standing room only.
Tom Jones' musical comedy, "I Do, I Do” and the Richard Wilbur translation of Molicre's classic "Tartuffe” were presented on alternate nights, November 5th through 10th, for six consecutive performances by the Science Art Players.
"I Do, I Do"
Whether they're peddle or power makes no difference-ihey're still popular. With the price of gas what it is they're even practical. No gas, or even a few gallons, is alot cheaper than fifteen or twenty. Just ask anyone who drives one. Better catch them quick before it snows.
The formula for success in rock music is simplicity itself. Copy. Imitate. Steal. The nature of the market is such that every record released, and every live concert given is a gamble, and "Tales From The Crypt," and the easiest way to minimize risks is to stick with a format that has already proven its marketability.
Rick Moore, Denny Peterson, All Galles, and Mark Goldstein got a head start on other musicians in Minneapolis by making themselves unique from their first stage appearance; both in their material and its presentation. They wear suits and ties. They call themselves Skogie. They write their own material and recently released a single.
Skogie appeared in the Redwood Room on November 12 for a two hour concert.Freshmen
Being a freshman at Science means being mixed-up and frustrated sometimes—like in the game Crazy 8's.FRESHMEN
Carol Adermon Daniel Anderson Deana Anderson Michele Anderson Timothy Anderson Jean Anderst
Viki Applegate James Armstrong
Muriel Aspelund Doug Baron
Dale Bartnick Vicki Barton
Kelly Bauche JoEllen Beach Diane Becker Brian Bellmore
Jackie Bergstrom Darlene Berube Jan Bloom Peggy Boastrom
Cindy Bohn Terri Bonsness James Borselh
Carol Bostrom Lyn Bottner Ranae Brag
Jerry Breidenback Susan Brenno Mary Bruer
Brent Brown Michael Bruels George Buckmier Dennis Burke lynctie Bush Keith Bylin
LaRae Carlson Glen Christianson Mike Christenson
Debbie Clcmenson Avis Collette Steve Cornell
51Patty Courtney Mike Craft Mary Crosby Thomas Curry Jane DeCreef Evelyn Dillinger
Roslyn Dobitz Sandy Domier Jeff Drcge Jerry Dudley enneth Dwarshak Steve Dwarshak
Randy Ebel Olley Eberhardt Don Edberg Cynthia Ellingson Howard Elliot Lori Engebretson
Mary Engstrom Beth Erickson Dwight Fagerbakke Bruce Fairbrolher Dennis Feldmeyer Mike Flach
Judy Foell Connie Foyt Fred Frederickson Becky Frcnzel Steve Friiel Cindy Gackle
David Casal Lauri Gatherum Scott Giddings Connie Giese Bonnie Gjerding
52Carl Gorman Brenda Granrud Roger Greenstein Tom Grieve Darold Gross Rita Gross
Janice Gruenberg Loren Gullikson Nancy Gulsuig Hal Gunderson Diane Hager Terry l lokensonBarbara Hallond Alane Hansen Greg Hanson
Michelle Hanson Chris Hardman Keith Haring
Brian Meitkamp Susan Hill Joel Hjelseih Cheryl Hoeffel Cheryl Holweger Rhonda Hooly
Lynn Homelwig Vicki Hudson Robert Huus Dean Ihry Paul Indergaard Chris Jenson
Geraldine Jirges Ed Johnson Gene Johnson Ken Johnson Marsha Johnson Shelby Johnson
54Craig Jones Dennis Korsky Paul Kancmvisher Dennis Kallstrom Julie Jones Carla Kauk
Ann Kanwishcher Norma Kascman Allen Kukert James Kotisick Delores Klein Lori Kuril
Robert Kramer Karen Kushel Dewey Kvedt Janet Kvislen Allan Lachcr Gaylien Larson
Mark Lindseth Sieve Loll Susan Madson Gail Machart Jerry Mollcr Keith Marlin
Mavis Mauck John Maynard Debbie McAllister Robert McCann Cynthia McKnight TomMehlhoff
Connie Meidinger Kenny Meidinger Marsha Meidinger
Tangce Mickclson Cari Miller Vicki Miller
Fred Mitzcl Neomie Morehart Greg Morud Geraldine Nelson Jeff Ncppl Claude Netterville
Gordon Neumiller Luann Niles Sandra Nishek Tim Nodsle Jerry Novotny Debi Oak
Candace Olson Jane Olson
Lyle Ost Carla Pankratz
Kathy Pauls Ken Paulus Jean Peterson Stan Peterson Benita Pollan Bryan Poppenhagen
Denise Prochnow Donclyn Prochnow Linda Pulskamp Vicki Raatz Jan Rofferty Ernie Roehrick
Curt Rogness Joe Roscoe Wallace Rutter
Wayne Ruzicka Amanda Sand Terry Sather
58Debbie Sch.it Gail Schlaht
Cynthia Schlenk Adrian Schmidt
Del Schmidt Ernest Schober Ed Schonert Merle Schrank G. Shumacher Mike Schuurmans
Robert Schwanz Claudice Schwergart Everett Scvcrinson C. Shypkowski Linda Silewski Bernice Silvernagle
Susan Sipma Maurice Skogen Sandra Solinger Debbie Steen Kim Stewart LeRoy Stiiz
Maxine Stoltcnow Karen Stockerd Arden Strege Cordell Streifel Francis Strohfus V.Stuehkenberg
ILynettc Tennyson Bonita Terfehr Kandi Thompson Phyllis Toelle Kenard Turner Bradley Tweed
Jeff Vagts Loren Vanderwerff Bill Viner
Glenn Wagner Glenn Walden Jeanne Waltz
Ken Walz Pat Weber Colette Webster Marlow R. Worth Joe Wettstein Kim White
Keith Wibe Frank Willson Debbie Wixo Jerry Wokal
Beverly Wold Carol Wyum Wanda Ziegclman Terry Zimprich
Kathy Adair Mary Jo Anderegg Gencll Anderson Marcia Anderson Debra Anderson Judith Bacsler
Glenda Bahm Corrine Bailey Kathryn Bakko Elsa Bankers Sue Bauer Jeanne Bender
Connie Berginc Laurel Borland Leslie Bernardy Gloria Bier Pamela Blilie Debbie Boldigheimer
Kathleen Bolme Glenda Bowhcll Pat Brastrup Regina Brauch Cher Broker Viola Brock
Viola Bruggman June Buchl Roxane Birnbaum Mary Beth Burns Janeen Bury Verla Buskohl
Mary BuSta Robyn Campbell Patti Carpenter Carol Carter Sharon Clark Cathy Clementson
61Lori Coruan Linda Casselman Cheryl Dahl Bonnie Da I bey Sandra Dancer Melanie Danielson
Roberta Davidson Sandy Deal Theresa Deichert Mary Dctcrman Eileen Dewald Sally Dickson
Maryjo Diehraff Rita Eberhardt Carol Eisenlohr Diane Eisner Cheryl Ekeland Diane English
Romona Erickson Pat Fanderick Kathy Frank Anne Call Susan Gcderson Karen Gendreau
Pat Gill Hedy Glass Gail Gordon Nancy Grant Jeanne Greff Jo Anne Gregerson
Connie Gussious r r' xak
Ruth Gustafson v 1
Debra Hall •
Barbara Hanson 1 [
- Mary Hart
.. Shirley Hcnschcl
v Bonita Hucther
Mavis Imhoff Jackie Himebough Harriet Hogue Darlene Holty Donna Howell Karen Jacobson
Renee Jacobson Debbie Jarolimek Douglas Jensen Judy Johnson Brenna Jore Collette Kautzman
Beatrice Kinzler Cindy Knutson Frances Kosian Brenda Kramer Wanda Krumwicde Teresa Laken
Deborah Larson Janice Larson Jonell Larson Nancy Larson Peggy Larson Jcri Lauf
Marie Leincn Marth Leland Kathy Lewis Sherry Lewis Naomi Lillemoen Rita Livingston
63Linda Lund Janel Lundby Dianna Lundecn Mary Lyon June Marck Wanda Marshall
Renee Mauch Bobette Mayer Theresa McIntyre Linda Michaelis Jeni Mjolmess Marlene Morrison
Debbie Mueault Elaine Mueller Nan Nelson Beverly Nemeyer Vicki Ncsemcicr Leatrice Ncwmann
Kathleen Nolle Donna Norris Brenda Nygaard Jan Nygaard JoAnn Olson Linda Olson
Linnea Olson Rebecca Olson Rebecca Olson Renae Olson Sharon Olson Sylvia Olson
JolencOrmsby Joyce Owens Roberta Pederson Susan Pederson Lynn Pcrrizo Joyce Pietth
Alice Praden Kcnac Quennill Marjorie Railshleger Jocelyn Renner Brenda Kessler Glenda Rothman
Cathy Ronning Jean Ryan Debbie Sailer JoAnn Samuelson Judee Sannes Pamela Schank
Nancy Schiff Brenda Schmidt Joanne Schoyln Jacquelyn Schulz Sharon Scott Deb Senger
Rebecca Senger Paula Shanks April Shelton Karen Skarloken Patricia Smith Suzann Snippcn
Debbie Sol berg Becci Speakman Polly Spiekmeier Sheila Srb Sarita Stafford Mary Stein
Floss Stollenwcrk Sandy Sundby Karen Swenson Pat Tessmer Paula Thorson Darlene Thurlow
65Barbara Torness MaryAnn Tschosik Denise Uhlich Sandra Vig Carol Wagner Twila Wagner
Cecelia Walelyko Wendy Walker George Wallettc Janet Wildman Kathy Wilson Jody Young
8 Student Life-Winter
Winter may stop some, but not Science, Solitary? not Science students!1
On the night before vacation, the Center was empty (everyone went home early). Well, we all know how the story goes - and everyone has their own version. I3ut no matter how their story goes, everyone needs the old standby's of mistletoe and Christmas trees to make Christmas complete. Christmas 73 at Science was complete for all.
The five candidates for Miss Perfect type were Beverly Lindstrom, Debra Marks, Katie Marks, Katie Osborn, Diane Theis, and Darby Schlotfeldt.
The Printer's Ball was held on January 12 with the music provided by Shondabrook. It was here that Diane Theis was crowned Miss Perfect Type 74.
Snow Sculptures Barrel Rolling Contest Treasure Hunt
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Ellie Kilander, Dean of Women at the North Dakota State University, was the featured speaker at a lyceum held January 9. Her topic for the lecture was the "Status of Women", which included a brief analysis of the womens movement - its reasons for being, projections of what life will be like if it continues, and comments on what's wrong with the way things are. Even though the turnout for the lyceum was small, the topic was interesting and relevant to us all.
February 16 marked the end of a successful Sno-Carnival week with the crowning of Vita Azure as 1974 SSS Sweetheart. "Fat Lip" provided the music for the ball.
RIGHT: Candidates for Sweetheart were, LEFT TO RIGHT: Marilyn Johnson, Kathy Pauls, Jan Rafftery, Peggy Boost ram. Barb Mueller, Debbie Sctnes, Vita Azure, Linda Lou Bakken, and Pam McQuay.
The Varsity Bards, an allmale singing group from the University of North Dakota, appeared here as part of its winter tour on January 10.
The 61 member group performed a variety of songs ranging from authentic folk materials to choral compositions and show tunes. The Goliards, a group of eight men selected from within the Bards, also performed a variety of songs of the Barbershop type. The program was ended with the rousing "Sious Fight Song".
Although unlike the Freshmen, the Sophomores may not be quite as confused and mixed up when they return fall quarter; they are by no means any less crazy and fun. Go get 'em!SOPHOMORES
Drew Aaland Sieve Akason Sieve Aliringer Bruce Amb Bruce Amsbaugh Charlotte Anderson
Deana Anderson Debra Anderson Floyd Anderson Kathy Anderson Catherine Anderson Meg Atkinson
Delilah Bahm Nancy Bakkegard Darcy Banning Blaine Barnick Duane Barth Roxanne Baumer
Robert Bayeff Mary Beaton Robin Becker
Regina Bergontine Bonnie Bergeth Sue Berseth
Carl Bcdnarchik Ed Beneda Bonita Berg
86Gary Bertek Brent Bjornson
Glen Blanchard Darla Bocckel
Tim Boots Brenda Bosard
Stuart Bowmen John Braisted Shelley Brandt David Bratager Warren Broeder William Brunner
Carla Brushwein Victor Bryans Gcorginc Bubach George Buckmeipr Debbie Buehler Sue Burgum
Jerome Bauer Roger Buerkle Greg Burke Alice Carlson Jerry Carlson Terry Chadderdon
Ann Christianson Mike Christianson Shelly Christianson Janel Cole Sandy College Janice Condra
Theresa Cote Doug Courtney Mike Crawford Bruce Cross Steve Crowe Bernadette Cruden
Steve Curfman Eileen Dahl Darryl Dais David Dalas Robert Danielson Donna Dawley
Mike Deschene Mike Deilaff
Val Dietz Darrel Differding
Paul Dimmer Marion Dill
Karl Dunklc Kevin Eder Dan Ellingson
Penny Enery Randy Entzi Rodney Entzi
IBruce Erickson Dale Erickson Pat Erickson Paul Erickson Neil Espeseth Steve Evanson
Dean Evenstad Randall Ferguson Mike Fitch Teresa Fitzpatrick Glenn Fleener Michael Foertsch
Maureen Foley James Ford Dave Forde Dean Franchuk Timothy Frenzel Jim Fulwider
Robert German Karen Gibbon Rick Graba Dwight Graupe Monte Greenup Lynn Gravas
Glenda Gustafson Cynthia Haas
James Hagen Jim Hager
Steve Harter Cindy Hartl Sandy Hartl Ken Haugen Shelly Haugen Kevin Hauschild
Roy Hegney Gary Heilman Pat Hclfcnstein John Hellandsaas Deb Herda Vicki Herman
Joe Hermanson Cheryl Haupal
Deb Heyne Mike Hilgers
Gary Hjelmstad Mark Hoff
Palmyra Hoff Joel Holzer
Robert Hopkins Ronald Hultin David Ihry
Gerald lilies Carmen Jacklitch Bruce Jacobson
Sandra Jarman Linda Jaskowski Mark Jensen Steve Jensen Diana Kistler James Klamm
Cleone Knophle Beckie Koenig Deb Johnson
Jolene Johnson Keith Johnson Liane Johnson
Greg Johnson Warren Jonasson Denise Jordheim
Jackie Keller Rachel Kettcrling Dale Kilwein Claudette Knecht Ray Knoff Jeff Kadrmas
Charles Kaepplin Stan Kovarik Dave Krause Gary D. Krause Tony Kub Sandy Kubishta
Marlene Kuhn Molly Kuhn Colleen Kukla Phylis Kupitz John Kuipers Gary Lashem
Dole Lefor Jerry Lchn Roberta Lincoln MaryBeth Lingen Susan Lipetzty John Littkc
Ellen Long Michael Lorentz Karla Luick David Lund Grctchcn Lybeck Susan Lysne
Cliff Maki James Martin
Calvin Martwick Larry Masching
Nancy Mayer Arne Middlestcad Casey Miller Gayle Miller Monty Miller Roberta Miller
Duaine Miranowsky Gus Mohs Paul Monson Judy Moore Roger Moore Dave Mork
Brian Ncdberg Joe Neel Jo Ncese Bradley Nelson Marcheta Nelson Deb Neppl
Sandra Nishek Tim Nodsle Kelly Norby Annette Nordick Odin Norum Kathleen Oberg
Bruce Orluck Dale Ost Terry Otto Mark Ouradnik Lugen Parkhause Dan Patridge
Bonnie Paulson Tom Paulson Kevin Pazdernik
Charles Pederson Doug Peltier Leon Pherson
Dave Piatz Paul Plathe Gail Rath
Norman Ravnahs Delane Rau Bill Rector Steve Rchak Jan Rcmmen Joel Renfrow
Jeff Restemayor Yvonne Rieger
Paul Rinas Leon Ripplingcr
IJames Risbrudt Dennis Riske
Warren Rose Ron Rosen
Howard Roth Lynn Rudolph
Dave Russum Kennan Sailer Jack Salveson Dennis Sameb Steve Sand Anne Sather
Pat Sautcr Stanley Saylor Keith Schaan
Curtis Schafer Mark A. Schafer Bernetta Schaff
98Don Schmidt Jane Schmidt Nancy Schmidt Sylvia Schmidt Michael Schossow Richard Schuly
S. Schwartzenberger Marty Sckamstad
Leo Seeda Tom Sheets
Kyle Shephard Neal Simley Kirby Slunaker Dave Soma Ron Stannibeen Jerrald Starr
Deb Stinchfield Wanda Stockcrt Kevin Stoltcnberg
Dennis Strand Kerry Streifel Jacques Stuart
Lou Syvertson Steve Szarbowski Mary Terfehr
Jim Thacher Fran Thomas Daryl Thompson
Steve Thompson Ron Thoreson Ellen Thorstad
CimisThurn Tim Timmerman
Peggy Trappen Mark Trostad
Annette Trautman Wayne Udby Pete Vandenover Sandra Vanderlinden Tim VanHatten Roy Vefik
Renee Vigen Bev Volk
Richard Wagner Robert Wahlwend
Jacob Waldman Glen Walen Carol Weaver Mike Webber Ralph Weber Susan Wehring
IGary Weihemollcr James Weil Richard Welch Barry Welharlicky Janice Westerhausen Lou Whitmar
Aaron Williamson Jerry Wilson Robert Wilson Cheri Wolf Roger Wood Larry Wolsky
Delaine Worner Curtis Yess Jim Young Bonnie Ysiaas Debbie Yule Mark Zanaria
Craig Zander David Zcigler
Dwight Zimmerman Jerry Zimmerman
Mary Zimmerman Darrel Zweigle
To many people, sports are only for the jocks. But to Science they include not only the team, but also the fans, cheerleaders, band, and pom pon girls. Sports are for all.wr1
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FIRST ROW, LEFT TO RIGHT: Ron Knpp, Mike Dcliile, Brian Nedberg. Mark Hyldon. Tomlcucr.Crcg Pfivicr, Kim Marsh, Dennis Braaicn, Dale Powell. SECOND ROW: Dan Bommclman, Don Edberg, Joe Hauwucr, Paul Schmidt, Mike Salquist, Val Did , Tim Davis, Ron Roller, Kim While. THIRD ROW: Tom Didier, Brad Dibble, Terry Hokenson, Mike Malison, Dave Russum, Sieve Dot enrod, Roger Johnson, Jeff Fluio, Bob Schrocdcr, Rod Harmon. FOURTH ROW: Mike Webber, Bill Nold, Boon lofisgard. Rick lovdokken. Terry Chadderdon, Tom Siadler, Chip Lyslo, Rick Wacha. lee Jergenson, Bob McKinnon. FIFTH ROW: Mike Hilgers, Gary Lasham, Jeff Gross, Barry Hcbl, Dave Dalton, Randy Oldson, Terry Quenelle, Todd Bodine, Roger Moore, Marlon lagred, Allen Kanwischer. SIXTH ROW: Craig Jones, Curl Thurd, Mike Williams, Tim Bodine, Wayne Szc ur, Kent Kesmeistor, Dave Caspers, Marly Scramstod, Jerry Wilson, Jerry Kuidt, Mark Ouradnik, and Vern Shasky.
The award winners for the 1973 season voted on by the team members include:
Freshman runningback Dave Casper of Breck-enridge picked up three citations. Casper was named most valuable player and best offensive back in addition to earning all-North Dakota College Athletic Conference recognition.
Named as tri-captains were sophomores Rick Wacha, Mike Salquist and Marty Scramstad. Wacha and Salquist arc both Wahpeion High School graduates. Wacha also garnered best defensive lineman laurels.
Rick Lovdokken was chosen as the best offensive lineman and Lee Jergenson topped the balloting for best defensive back or linebacker.
Tim Davis of Mooreton was also named to the all-NDCAC team announced Thursday.
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Minot Dickinson Iowa Central CC
In their first meet of the year, the Cats finished second in a five team meet, with Joe Roscoe finishing second.
In a triangular meet at the Bois de Sioux they placed second. Individual winner was SSS's Joe Roscoe, our 1973 Cross Country champion.
In a dual with Concordia, and also in a triangular with Jamestown and Fergus Falls, the Cats came out on top. Joe Roscoe was the individual winner in both.
Wes Andrud's Cross Country Wildcat runners climaxed their 1973 season with two third place wins in the NDCAC, and the National Junior College Athletic Association Region 13.LEFT TO RIGHT (FRONT ROW)- Phil Solum, Brian Icn mcicr, Mark Giddings, Al Wiley, Joe Roscoe, and Bob Kramer. (SECOND ROW)- Jock Bican, Jim Armstrong. John 8riggs, Sam Sheets, Scott Hanson, and Gary Keller.A.
The Science Wildcats ended the season with a 15-9 overall record. The Wildcats had little trouble winning 74-67 over NDSU-Bottineau but lost the championship game 97-80. Mike Christianson, Curt Schober, Kirby Stcffons and Dave Russum ended their college play for the "Cats".
Mike Christianson, sophomore and Jeff Trammell, freshman were named to the Sub-Region 13 "All-Tourney" team.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Marvin Hills, Jim Tretl, Gary Smith, Kurt Skoog, Mike Christensen, Larry Swanson, Brad Stern, Mike Christianson, Jeff Trammel, Dave Veitch, Curt Schober, Jim Doncgan, Kirby Steffans.
S'— Team We They
Manitoba 72 Sgf80
Mankato-Bethany 72 fe 69
Anoka-Ramsey 83 60
Minn. Tech-Crookston 92 77
UND-Williston 94 88
NDSU-Bottineau 104 96
Bismark 90 65
Lake Region 76 54
Fergus Falls 75 55
Willmar 70 65
Mayville 65 68
Dickinson 72 68
Jamestown 75 68
Minot 88 s 99
Jamestown 89 63
Valley City 53 79
Mayville 68 91
Dickinson 78 85
Valley City 77 74
j Minot 74 79
Oom Pah Pah Oom Pah Pah That's how it goes —119
Adding pep and cheer Jo the sporting events as well as leading them arc the cheerleaders. We congratulate them on a job well done.
RIGHT: Wrestling cheerleaders. KNEEIING-Dianne Hub-rig; SIANDING-Dorcen Broun and Doreen llubrig; TOP is Lori Ghvayna.
BOTTOM: Basketball and Football cheerleaders. LEFT TO RIGHT. ROW T-Diane Hager, Jolene Johnson, Betsy lingen, ROW 2-LCO Sccba, Sue Trautmann, Barb Mueller, Dobby Braaten.
They were gone a year, but now they're back. NDSSS's 14 pom pon girls.
Icfl to right they are: ROW 1-Jan Rcmmon, Pam Craft, Colleen Olafson, Deb Johnson. ROW 2-Dcnije lura, Ann Christianson, Kathy Anderson, Karen Rudolph, Shelly Haugen. ROW 3-Shirley Kolbc, Vicki Jo Flick, Denise Jordhcim, Pam McQuay, Vicki Hudson.Season Record
This year the coach, Larry McDaniel, and his wrestlers, had a season of 3-2 in conference, and 6-2 in duals. This was an improvement from the past years.
This year SSS will be sending five Wildcat Wrestlers to the National Finals. They are: Brian Len meier, Rich Miller, Rod Harmon, Cy Kittel-son, and Tom Lcuer.
BELOW, ROW 1: Brian Len meier, Brad Carr, Ron Nostdnhl, Cy Kittelson, Rick Lovdokken, Tom Lcuer, Rich Miller, Rod Harmon, Steve Aune, Mark Saunders. ROW 2: Randy Becker, Paul Weigel, Marlon Lagred, Steve Thompson, Brad Dibble, Roger Rochelcau, Don Edberg, Curt Yess, Scott Johnson, Ben James. ROW 3: Terry Harrison, Steve Arthaud, Curt Nicklos, Randy Twito, Ron Schulz, Richard Evenson, Allan Mautz, Bruce Cross, Robbie Hagen.
Valley City State 0 42
Minot State 18 24
Itasca Junior College 45 3
Bismark Junior College 30 16
Mayville State 45 6
U. of Saskatoon 44 4
Jamestown College 36 8
Bismark Junior College 24 24
Dickenson State 27 13
122Kathy Anderson, Deborah Bakke, Anita Bakken, Kari Bartling, Paul Baumann, |ohn Beardmorc, Peggy Booslrom, David Bonle, Stewart Bowman, Vickie Braatcn. Georgine Bubach, Debra Buchler, Curt Cavalier, Ann Christianson, Paula Christianson, Janice Condra. Michael Dcschcnc, Kevin Eder, Margaret Atkinson, Kan Bartling, Diane Becker, lavonne Braaten, Connie Christianson, Pamela Graff, lou Hurly, Mary Jacobson, Alicia Jaeger, Sandra Jarman, Connie Kalina, Nancy Keeney, Jerrry Kub, Bonita lindemann, Susan Madson, Susan Marlcnce, Monica Mastel, Mavis Mauck, Deborah Mcallistcr, .Marsha Mcidinger, Valerie Nill, Susan Olerud, Lori Engcbretson, Beth Erickson, William Felton. Vicki Flick. Charles Garnaas, Leslie Gooch. Allen Grata, Monte Greenup, Donald Hanna, Alane Hansen, Shelly Haugen, Clayton Heidecker, Michcal Hicb, Joel Hjclseth, Sandra Hoffman, Joan Hohncke, John Hutton, Julie Jacobson, Jolene Johnson, Denise Jordheim, Kenneth Kappenman, Antoinette Keller, Pat Kirsch, Rebecca Klootwyk, Michael Klostcr, Ida Kraft, Marlene Kuhn, Karen Kuschcl, Victoria labontc. Mary Lingen, Carol Luick, Karla Luick, David Lund, Craig Machacek, Gail Machart, Marlene Mahler, Carol Marttila, Mavis Mauck, Kent McMartin, Steven Mehl, Barbara Mueller, Loraine Neameycr, Marcheta Nelson, Scott Nelson, Valerie Nill, James Osborne, Bonnie Paulson. Randa Pfaff, Linda Pulskamp, Robert E. Reiser Jr., Jan Remmen, Carl Rinde. Rock Sahr, Colleen Sauter, Cindy Schend, Julene Scheuffele, Dclan Schmidt, Donald Schmidt, Lester Schoenberg, Robert Schwanz, Sheila Schwartzcnbcrgcr, Charlene Shypkowski, DiAnn Sidling, Arden Stregc, Vance Stuehrenberg, Brenda Swanstrom, Don ctta Swenson, James Thacker, Kurt Thompson, Annette Trautman, Gary Ulland. Jack Vadnic, Gabriel Volk, Lori Wolf, lorn Wolsky, Mary Woods, Wanda Zicgclman, Cher Brcckcr, Mark Witteman, Debra Scoular, William Shorma, Jackie Stone, Laurie Swift, Nancy Welo, Pamclla Zimmerman.BAND
Kathy Anderson, Meg Atkinson, Susan Burgurn, Ann Christianson, Shelley Haugen, Mark Jenson, Jolene John-son, Michael Kloster, Karla Luick, Judy Potter, Sandra Vandcr linden, Lou Whitmer, Debbie Yule, Mark Wittcman, Michael Hieb, Cassie Hilts, Sandra Hoffman, Chris Jensen, Rebecca Johanns, Shelby Johnson, Kenneth Kap-penman, Nancy Keeney, Gregory Kcm-mcl, Vicki Kohler, Phyllis Kupitz, Beverly Lindstrom, Carol Luick, Craig Machacck, Gail Machart, Carol Mart-tila. Mavis Mauck, Bonnie McCollough, Kent McMartin, Marsha Meidinger, Larry Morns, Geraldine Nelson, Jerry Nelson, Marchcta Nelson, Scott Nelson, Debra Nomeland, Diane Nygaard, Tom Paulson, Allan Peterson, Robert E. Reiser Jr., Jeffry Rcstemayer, Rock Sahr, Terry Sather, Patricia Sauter, Julcnc Scheuffcle, Darbic Schlotfcldt, Debra Scoular, Carol Stevenson, Jackie Stone, Arden Strcgc, James Thacker, Brenda Trana, James Tryba, Glenn Walden, Paul Wallis, Joanne Wire, Leon Wirth, Jerome Anderson.
Jerry Anderson, Deb Bakkc, Blaine Barnick, John Beardmore, Will Blevins, Jeff Boe, Gcorgine Bubach, Deb Buehler, $C0U Dcx-lor, Charles Carnaas, Joel Hjclscth, Sandi Hoffman, Jolenc Johnson, Marlene Kuhn, Monica Masiel, Bob Reiser, Rock Sahr, Cindy Schend, Bill Shorma, Maurice Skogen, Cary Ullend, Lorn Wokky.
Steve Hartman, Chuck Garnaas, Kent McMartin, Larry Morris, Scott Dexter, Blaine Barnick, Paul Wallis, Mark Wittc-man, Steve Crandall, Bob Reiser, Mike Kloster, Glenn Walden, Glenn Walden, Marchetta Nelson, Craig Machacek, Kevin Eder, Bob Schwanz, Meg Atkinson.
Greg Burke, Joel Rcndfrow, Brent Bjornson, Jeffery Voltz, Rodney Kojiclecky, Zanc Tabert, Randy Rareck, Larry Mchcrs, John Bcardsmorc, Mark Maadcr, Larry Hanson, George Buckmior, Neil Jacobson, Clair Esligcr, David Aasen, Lynn l-tomclwig, Ernest Schobcr, Dennis Karsky, Darrall Schatzkc, Gordon Bon-tilier, Lc Roy Bohncr, Steve Schmaltz, Jerry Lelm, Robert Stanens, Glenn Wagner, Greg Uness, Ronald Thoreson, Steven Duorshek, Kenneth Dworshak, Edward Schoncrt, John Kerr, Gregory Kernonet, Mike Noland, Jon Erlcnbusch, Tony flaten, Joe Leitner, Doug Young, Barry Suydan, Bryan Freitag, Tom Burke, Larry Sabo, Gary Heilman, Robert Longtine, William Ost, Robert Dukart, Rod Schmidt, Nathan Hcrkc, francis Strohfus, Kim Overdorf, Michael Schmid, Lewis Henton, Chris Jensen, Lyle Ost, Randy Richards, Dean Ihry, Greg Kaufman, John Maynard, Jeffrey Johnson, Dennis Duval, Jeffrey Winters, Terry Spilzer, Kendall Paulson, Danny Gira, Ronnie Maihner, David Malyck, Arrol Molff, Doug Zimmeg, Dale Suhr, Carl Gorman, Kenneth Huber, David Mork, Jim Risbradt, Charles Garmaas, Richard McDonald, James Yri, Michael Crawford, Wayne Udby, Edward Bencda, Douglas Peltier, Steve Horten, Curt lillchoff, Tim Ewalt, Sid Junnson, Ron Schulz, William Erenk, Bruce Vcrhinde, Layne Hoff, Jack Waldman, Gilbert Dopinga, Tom Welden, Myron I locb, Alvin Hawn, Lynn Johnson, Joe Hagen, Carl Schmid, Raymond Hagness, Orlin Dahl, Carl Schneider, Everett Holtz, Steve Curfman, David Ziegler, Tim Anderson, Greg Hammer, Marlowe Rygg, David Hultstrand, Steve Johnson, Max Brandenburger, William Buckholtz, Mark Hoffman, Jim Hcrbarger, Galen Moody, Gerald fix, Kent Kueberer, Tim Vanllatton, Steve Huscltka, Dan Walz, John R. Stutlon, Tom Lobeck, David Kingsly, Robert Oliver, Steve Thymian, Steve Terness, Dean Anderson, Dale Powell, Rodney Scimcn, Dennis Conklin, Roger Herbcrg, Glenn Fleener, Clayton Ssvanson, David Richmond, Bruce Amslaugh.
MEMBERS OF PHI BETA LAMBDA: Rosemary Bergman, Stewart Bowman. Dale Erickson, Cassie Hills, Cerri Jirges, Lance Kampstra, Duane Kragness, Jo Ness, Lorraine Neumcyor, Cindy Odogaard, JoDenc Peterson, Linda Pulskamp, Ocbby Rupp, Linda Schaunaman, Marvin Schauaman, Neal Simley, Sue Simpa, Sandy Suko, Janice Severson, Annette Troutmen, Richard Wagner, William Whillock. Annette Nordick, Jim Shacker, Gloria Wolfgram, Susan Wallace, Curt Rogness, Ann Konwischcr. ADVISORS: Mr. King, Judy Olson.
FROM LEFT: Richard Wagner, Bryon Bertsch, Lou Whitmcr, Richard Shorma, Debbie Neppl, Teresa Fil patrick, Wanda Stockert, Dale Kilwcin.
Phi Beta LambdaElectrical Club
MEMBERS ARE: Myron Axrman, Doug Baron. Dave Dahl. Stove lewton, Glen Murphy. Jack Salvcson, Ron Gibbons, John Gilbertson, Milton Schulz, Dave Jacobson, Robert llagcn, Terry Cuthnsucllcr, James ford.
MEMBERS Of ARCH. DRAFTING CLUB: Kirk Swallcy, James Borscih, Beth Erickson, Scott Riemcr, Jeff Boe, John Kuipers, Bruce Erickson, Jim Hagen, Rodney Entzi, Jerald Starr, Brad Johnson, Tom O'Shaughnessy, Randy Oldson, Eric Erickson, Carol Bostrom, Tim Boots, Chuck Osthus, Kevin Edcr, Kelley O'Brien, Myron Mosset, Kathern Hammang, Brad Tanner. Diane Theis, Allen Berger, Larry Houn, Kent Robertson, James Schaller, Kandy Docktcr, Dave Cole, Karen Gibbon, Jim lorgas, Mark Spiekermeior, Delmar Schaiblc, Craig Nelson, Dan Cret en, Tim Davis, Mike Hilgers, Los Swanson, Adrian Schmidt. Craig Zander, David Sickler, Kevin Pazdornik, Mike Koffler, Keith Roeder, Connie Gisi, Karen Gibbon, Mr. McLaughlin.
MEMBERS ARE: Joan Hohncke, Pally Hoff, Lori Girvoyna, Kollccn Kukla, Garlet Melby, Darby Schlotfcldt, Vila Kaye A ure, Pal Sauicr, Molly Kuhn, Yvonne Rieger, Susan Lipetsky, Bcnita Tcrfchr, Bev lindstrom, Vickie Barton, Mary Zimmerman, Sue Hill, Carol Manilla, Sue Saxlund, Nancy Roth, Jolonc Johnson, Elaine Hcrmunslic, Pat Linder, Lou Whitmer, Jan Remmen, Ann Christianson, lu Ann Syvertson, Susan Wallace, Brenda Svvanstrom, Karen Gibbon, Wanda Radcliflc.
MEMBERS ARE: Greg Hanson, Dan Butler, Carol luick, Claudia Toucr, Kim Sellhcim, Allen Kukcrt, Mike Schossow, Julie Rust, Doreen Hilzcndcgcr, Jim Vacca, Wanda Stockert, Dave PiaU, Jim Hager, Jancll Cole, Duane Barth, Dwight Zimmerman, Yvonne Rieger, Barbara Halland.
PICTURE ABOVE LEFT TO RIGHT, 1st ROW: Jo-Ann Wire, Cari Miller, Tanger Mickleson, Cheryl Hocffcl, Peggy LeNouc, Kathy Anderson. 2nd ROW: Pat Larson, Charlotte Anderson, Lori Englcbretson, Ijcquelinc Stuart, Marilyn Millard, Diane Papka. 3rd ROW: Jean Peterson, Kathy Tougas, Mary Keller, Bcv linditrom. Darby Schlotfcldl, Marlys Leopaldt, Deb Bakke, Kathy Pauls, Katie Osburn. 4lh ROW: Laurie Gatherum, Deb Stinchfield, Maureen foley, Judy Potter, Geraldine Walters, Ann Toruie, Liz Shaw, Sandi Hoffman, Becky Scholcs, Bcv Hanson. PICTURE LEFT, LEFT TO RIGHT, 1st ROW: Sandy Jarmcn, Deb Neppl, Linda Jaskasvski, Bonnie Bcrgeth, Kollccn Kukla, .Molly Kuhn. 2nd ROW: Mary Zimmerman, Cindy Haas, Terri Fitzpatrick, Ann Christianson, Diana Kistler, Debbie Oak. 3rd ROW: Cleone Knopfle, Brenda Rinde, Kerry Kramer, Sue Berseth, Sandy Kalbeser, Lynctte Bush, Karen Miranowski, Fran Thomas. 4th ROW: Alice Dammon, Benita Terfhr, Cathy Cornell, Robin Becker, Jerry Wakal, Pat Weber, Jane Olson, Cheryl Halweger, Jody Gagclin.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Molly Kuhn, Ken Walz, Rich Miller, Wanda Stockert, ferry Fitzpatrick, Randy Bertsch, Floyd Hauschild, Cail Miller, Gordon Gunness.
MEMBERS ARE: Mike Fla ten, Mike Bruck, Mark Wrokon, Mark Weyrauch, |ohn llellandsaas. Butch Jochim, Tred Hankins, Dwight Christianson, Kevin Mattson, Jerry Dudley, Curt Rogness, Loren Gullikson, David Lunde, Lynn Amundson, Randal Troutman, Marv Weiler, Carrie Haugen, Boyd Halverson, Charles Weichel, Sherman Sorenson, Steve Nicholson, Steve Fritcl, Hal Cunderson, George Lawrence, Gordon Larson, Jelf Drcgc, Glen Blanchard, Harvey Oslby-Advisor.
LEFT TO RIGHT, 1st ROW: Gayle Miller, Brenda Bosard, Linda Jaskosvski, Ellen long. 2nd ROW: Roberta Miller, Diana Kistler, Karen Gibbon, Judy Potter, Yvonne Rieger, Molly Kuhn.
LEFT TO RIGHT, 1st ROW: Robin Becker, Rich Miller, Lori Wolf, Doug Barron, Vickie Herman, Tom Blanchard. 2nd ROW: Curt Thompson, Deb Johnson, Gary Uland, Mike Cray, Ellen Long, Jackie Stone, Bonnie Waxweiler, Betsy Lingen. 3rd ROW: Bob Reiser, Kelly Gardner, Desi Stolling, Paul Dimmer, Dick Shorma, Jack Salvcrson, Bill Shorma, Bill Rechter.
TOP PICTURE llfl TO RIGHT. 1st ROW: Robin Becker, Sandy Kubishla, Betsy Lingen, Donna Waxsvilcr, Ken Jorgenson, Karla Bruschwcin, Dong Barron. 2nd ROW: Mary Jane Corsby, Jo Beach, Kathy Pauls, Gary Uland, Ion Wolf, Ray long, Gail Miller, Ellen long. Paul Dimmer. 3rd ROW: Darius John, Kelly Gardner, Tom Blanchard, Bill Rechter, Mary Dickson, Dick Shorma. Jack Salverson,
2nd PICTURE IEFT TO RIGHT, 1st ROW: Rock Sahr. Karla luick, Desi Stelling, Dianne Moiling, Vickie Herman, Deb Johnson, Mike Gray, Marcbeta Nelson, Scott Nelson. 2nd ROW: Rich Miller, Monica Mastel, Deb Scouler, Terry Gerger, Pat Sautcr, Connie Miedcngcr, Claudia Toner, Carol luick. 3rd ROW: laekio Stone, Bill Shorma, Deb Nombland, Curt Thompson, Oden Norum, Bob Reiser.
MEMBERS ARE: Paul linnell, Ray Knoff. Nathan loucks, Tony Beltran, Paul Entagard.
MEMBERS AKF: Vcrn Balder, Byron Bcrtsch, Slaty Bcr-grud, Ross Bochnkc, George Conover. Richard Dalbcarc, Gerald Duran. David Engcn, Jim foster, Monte Greenup. Darrell Hager, Gary Hainan, Jerry leruik, Randy Miller, Scott Miller, Jack Misson. Curt Osborn, William Thomas, Craig Rufswold. Randy Smith, Mike Soggie, Paul Stack, Curtis I hum, Kay Wasness, Allan Wacha, Stanley Evenson, Craig Jones, loren Stack, Terry Hokenson, Keith Martin, Glen Christianson, Jon Sebastian, Don Eelberg.
MEMBERS ARE: (X'nnis Nelson. DeW.iyne Johnson, Mike Cudmore, Dave Russom, Curl Rogness, Jolene lohnson. Ann Christianson, Carol Pratt, Kathy Mohr, Mark Hager, Linda Peterson, Norm Duran, Rodney Semmen, Diana Eisner, lanicc Larson, David Strode, Mark Kvctncvig, Ron Stanncbcin, Kandy Twilo, Barb Mueller, Darwin Lindahl, Dennis Strand, Carl Noss, Pat Kirsch, Phyllis Schmidt (Advisor), Bill Zuk, Kay Scheer, Lynn MarTaggart. Cary Traulman, Annette rrautrnan, |udy Christensen, Darrel Essig, Brion I discard. Charles Ross, Shelley Haugen, Val Diet , Judy Potter, Al Oppcgrand, Peep Taba, Steve Cornell, Dan Okon, lark Vodnie. LeKoy Tysdal, JoAnn Samuclson, Joanne Schoyen, Kathy Anderson. Rita Livingston, Pat Kirsh, Marlow Rygg, Mark Brick in, Becky f lief .on, Becky Speakman, Mark llager, Ewalrl Christenson (Advisor), Delaine Worner, Steve Mchl, Roxanne Baumer, Alysia Rosberg, Kirn Stewart, Cindy McKnight, Dennis Nelson, lint Overland, Kathy Gun ness, John Schlink, Cindy Schlink, Errol Wold, Phil Mal tg, Barb Moore. Mark Hylden, DaveGasel.
MEMBERS ARE: Tim Timmerman, Gene Timmerman, Marvin Timmerman, David Hooge, Steve Rehawk, Mark WroHon, Phyllis Kupit , Steve Lange, Julcnc Schuedelc, Carol Stevenson. Cloria WolEgram, Randy Twito, Arden Slicgc, Jody Cagclin, Nancy Bush, Donna Greb, Patricia McClelland, Kevin Pankow, Dean Prochvow.■
MEMBERS ARE: Darrel Differding, Jane Schmil, llcrnic Schaff, Janet Shide, Regina Ocrganline, Roberta Miller, Mary lerfer, Connie Griffin, Sue tyine. Sue Cljswr, Marlene Mahler, Shelley Christianson, Nancy Moen, Charlene Schultz, Rosyln Oohitz, Jean Andersl, Cindy Gactle, JoEllen Beach, Candy Olson, Jane Degree!, Colette Welnter, Darlene Berube, Marla Baschc, llolly Sando, R.mea Brag, Karen Kuschel, Carla Pankratl, Darlas Lam, Kim Stewart, Gail Mac hart, Mary lane Crosby, Randi Thompson, Alvsia Rosberg. Charlene Skypkosski. Linda Silewski, Sandy Domier, Michelle Miller.Practical Nursing
Hi ROW: K.nliy Lewis, Mona (litkvon, April Shelion, Nan Nelson. 2nd ROW: Jeanne Grill, Glenda llowhall, Karen Skarloken, Rebecca Olson, Hoverly Neamcyer, Advisor-Mrs. li. Johnson. 3r«l ROW: Linda Olson, Joyce Owens, Naomi Lilleinoen, Kerri Dcichcri, Debbie Amlin, Marlene Morrison, liar I) Hanson.
MEMBERS ARE: Paul Hcuer, Don Wolf, Shelley Kncchi, Janice Kapaun, Marlene Lehman, William Unchscher, Claudette Kncchi, Paul Baumann, Delilah Kahm, Tony Kub, loci llol er, lellry Restemayer, Kevin Schneider, Don Manna.
I . . . MEMBERS ARE: Meg Atkinson, Kathy Amlcrwn, Terry Anhorn, Floyd Anderson, Tim Bekes, Blaine
V 1 [ ( I I K Barnick, Tom Blanchard, Sandy College, Marlin Hcrtzil, |an Condra, Scon Dexter, Mary Dixon,
N 1 1 u Dewey Degagne, Terry Easton, lori Engebretson, Richard Evanson, Dave Gcddcs, Ron Gicse. Ernie
Gross, Allen Gr.it , Don Harrington, Paul Meuer' Mike llilgcrs, Vickie Hudson, Alice Hcrtzill, Keith Huntly, Vincent Hackey, Cassie HaJUc, Mike Holiday, Joe Hausaucr, Dan Johnson, Brooke Jacobs, Keith Johnson, Dale Jorombeh, Dave Jacobson, Carmen Jackolitch, Perry Kroin. Rich Kurtti, Doug liedle. Chip Lyslo. Dale Lelor, Randy Larson, Roger lut , Gerry lannoye, Gretchen lybcck. Curt Iillehoff, Ellen long, Rick loll, Connie Meidinger, Judy Moore, Doreen Maas, Nancy Mayer, Rob Muir, Janie Nielson, Jeff Ness, Arddlc Oppegard, Jan Olson, Dave Opp, Tom O'Shaughnessy, Colleen Olafson, Rick Olson, Mark Ouradnik, Chris Pearson, Karen Peterson, Jim Page, John Ross, Jan Rcmmen, Ron Riflcy, Richard Russell, Ken Sailer, Mike Salquist, Tim Scheuth, Cindy Sargent, Dave Suppa, Rod Simonson, Leo Seeba, Dan Taylor, Mike Ulmar, Mark Vcorn, Don Wodholm, Paul Wallis, Scott Westphal, Pat Weber, Scott Young. Dave Young.DECCA
MlMBlRS ARI-. Cynthia Haul, JcU Moug. Sandi Hard, Becky Koein, Wallace Rutter, Tom lattontc. Robert Huus. Oan Davidson, Maxine Sloltcnow, Matlene Biagg. Laurie Swilt, Ocb lin um, Vicki Stockcrt, Art Logan, Ken Patience. Nancy Scibcl. Kim Broadland.
MEMBERS ARE: Daniel Albrecht, jerry Anderson, David Benson, Wade Ben son, Dave Bremer, Victor Bryans, Mike Buringrud, Carl Bush, Jon Car-ley. Jeff Maich, Rich Jurgens, Harold Kraft, Wayne Joncson, Greg livcdalen, Dave forde, Ronnie Keney, Jim Klamrn, Steve Lange, Dick Lorens, Arvid Mick-ealis, Dave Orthmever. Darrel Ollmar, Paul Pfennig, Bill Rector, Rick Reiner, Merle Reiner, Dennis Rithmiller, Alan Juliuson, Kent Tcgtmcir, Kevin Hal verson. Chuck Geiger, Jim llomelvig, Ardcll Tweed, Ken Jurstad, Bruce for-stcr, Harris Gicrsscwski, Ron Gietsen, Clayton Hcidecker, Bill Craven, Craig Erickson, Ron Roller, Ron Rjsiad, Curt Schaf, Dclan Schmidt, Dennis Schultz, Rod Schuster, Marty Skram-stad, Daniel Taylor, Kick Wacha, Randy Walsh, Larry Zimmerman, Susan Quinn.L
MEMBERS ARE: Tim Nodsle, Cm Weber, Mark Zahuia, Dean Simek, Dave Ihry, Arlo Labrcn e, Rick Himmelspach. Ronald Reich, Joseph Gcrlach, Howard ! I lion, Doug Kuril a. Brad Wilcox, Tim Timmerman, Harlan Wcidnar, Bruce Larson, Paul Delgado, Tom Sheets, Kick Randall, Roger Kohler, Enot Thwedt, Rodney Bimler, Ron Cehrig, Paul Hanson, Wayne Larson, Bruce Hall, Paul Fee, Lynn Schroeder, John Cuenlhner, Steve Plate, Gary Archer, Don Schmidt, Bob Kostelecky, Eliot Reinke, Scott Phillips, Bernare Lusher, Lynn Johnson, Dennis Bonn, Wayne Gondrcau, James Mugaas, Daniel Welder, Warren Stock, Tom Didier, Grey Evans, Cary Jangula, August Werner, Robert Tiber, David Meos, David Iverson, Tom Seibcl, Gene Harris, Mike Gay, Rick Kolpin, Wade Akerson, David Nordstoh, William Smith.
MEMBERS ARC: Mike Filch, Howard Elliott, Curt Rogness, Mark Wrolson, Charlotte Anderson, Leo Seeba, Judy C.arland, Debbie Maddock, Steve Rchok, Dale Kilwein, Harry Mock, Michael Dotlaff, Wade Aherson, Cindy McGregor, Jerome Hauer, Jeffery Volt , Mark Ouradnik, Bonnie Hewitt, Roger Moore, Roberta Miller, Regina Hergantme, Richard Miller, Gayle Miller, Monica Mastel, Connie Meulinger, Victor Bryans.
NUMBERS ARE: Toni Kleingartner, Richard Evcmon, Monty Miller, Bill Rcckcrt, Terry Johnson, John Amundson, Tom Frye, Rich Sicg, Andy Sieger, Terry Gisvold, Richard Kuril , Rod Wald, Jerry Gerberding, Kyle Shepard, Byrian Klawitter, Dean Franchuk, Howard Roth, Tom Krebsbuch, Vaughan Griffin, Ray Wald.
MEMBERS ARE: Mathew Sage. Dennis Conklin. Dale Nadeau. Fred Schindler, Donald LaRoeque. Ilcnty LaKoeque, Sylvester Grant, Sherman Sorernon, Aloysius Hear RiE s, Steve McLaughlin, Alvin McLeod, Raymond lavcrdure, Ervin Hill, Lloyd Crawford, Vernal Donnell, Francis Parisicn, Louis Martell, Erl Krese, Holland Blucdog.
LEFT TO RIGHT. 1st ROW: Tom Mocn, John Brown, Jack 8icon. 2nd ROW: Mr. oison, Curtis Donner, Gerald Auron, Vince Hackey. 3rd ROW: Hal Gunderson, Kevin lohnson, Dwight Nelson, Dennis Thompson, Randy Harkdoll.
MEMBERS ARE: Lori Wolf, Cinily Marsh, Ken Kuylen, Karen Miranowski, Charlene Shyp-kowski, Daniel Gietzen, Karen Gibbon, Rila Gross, Diane Becker, Dale Kilwcin, Monica Matlel, James Hanson, Loraine Ncameyer, ionim Hanse, Mark Saunders, Honnie Uishoff, Odin Norum, I eo Seoba, Ray Long, Charlotte Anderson, Marvin I lills. Rock Sahr.
MEMBERS ARE: Randy Becker, Dean Blikre, Bcfnjrd fletcher, Joseph Glynn. Ervin Hill, Donald Klucvcr, Harold loge, Joe Ned, Steven Olsbcrg, Greg Schafer, Dale Scherrnan. Philip Schmidt, Larry Swanson. David Tontincrson, lack Irautman, Micheal luchschcrer, Leslie Wagner, Kenneth Wal , Gary Whittemorc, Tim Bodine, Donald Carlson, Bruce Cross, Randy Ent i, Carl Graff, Gerald lannoye, Timothy liebeli, Gustave Mohs, Steven Nelson, Petro Polanycia, Bryce Ralston, Bruce Rossosv, Richard Russell, Stephen Schafer, Monty Sondrol, Leroy Slit , Micheal Webber, Daryl Aveiglc.
PICTURE RIGHT LFf I TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Lindj Delong, Roger Hendricks, Ellen long, Don Gartner. SECOND ROW: Charles Gustafson, Monty Sund-rol, THIRD ROW: Ron Nostol, Marlin Karlstad, Mike Walters, Tom McGovern. Paul Linncll.
PICTURE BELOW LEFT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Dirk Olson, Martin
Hagen, Greg Johnson, Hob Danielson. SECOND ROW: Don Walford, Joe Gcrlach, larry Duttcnhefor, Darryl Fraynd, Kenny Matcjcek, Jim Flcchal, Kenny l einen, Tom Kleingartner, Gary Wcinenuller, Wayne Rti icka, John Wineski.
PICTURE ABOVE LETT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW; Leo Seeba, Ken Straus, Mario lindstrom, Rick Russel, Ron Riffcy, Kent Sundean. SECOND ROW: Low Valdez, Dale Rosscndahl, Steve Olson, Steve Madsen, Lowell Dcgnan, John Ross, Ardell Rico, Wade Akcrson, Owen Nelson, Dave Powell, Troy Buc k, |oe Schmaltz.
PICTURE LETT LETT TO RIGHT, FIRST ROW: Ed Sweeney, Gene Geffre, Curt Lillchoff, Larry Jaeger. SECOND ROW: Wayne Hendricks, Don Clausnitzcr, Andy Sieger, frank Willson, Roger Johnson, Terry Anhorn, Dale Bartnick, Verne Olson, Eldred Frederikson.
Who's Who Among Students In American Junior Colleges
I TFT TO RIGHT, IOP PICTURE: Sandra Kubishta, Mike Klostcr, fllen long. Dale Kilwcin, Kollccn Kukla, Jo-lone Johnson, lec Jorgenson, Molly Kuhn. BOTTOM PICTURE: Victor Bryans, Deh Buchler, Kathy Anderson, Robin Becker, WiM Blevins, Byron Bertsch, Charlotte Anderson.
■LEfT TO RIGHT, TOP PICTURE: Bob Reiser. Deb Ncppl, Rich Miller, Jerry Novotony, Yvonne Rei-ger, Karla luick, Jan Rcmmcn. MIDDLE PICTURE: Mark Hyldcn, Ann Christianson, Monte Greenup, Dave fordc, Teresa Fitzpatrick, Karen Gibbon, Mike Hilgcrs. BOTTOM PICTURE: Patricia Sautcr, Lou Whitmer, Wanda Stocked, Dick Shorma, Lori Wolf, Mike Williams.
lco Socba Charlotte Andcrton, Terese Fitzpatrick, Mike Hilger , Jolcnc Johnson-
FAR RIGHT: Roberta Miller RIGHT: Mike Chtbienson
lou Whitmcr and Deb Ncppl
162FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATIONDr. Claire T. Blikre President, NDSSS, and State Board of Higher Education
FRONT ROW: Commissioner Kenneth Raschke- Bismarck; Board President, Harold Refling- Bottineau; Dr. Robert Painter-Grand Forks; Eleanor Grahl- Bismarck. SECOND ROW: Peter C. ITinrichs- Dickenson; Vincent Buck- Jamestown; Richard H. McGee- Minot; George Sinner- Cassdton; Assistant Commissioner Lloyd Nygaard- Bismarck.FACULTY
LaVonne Aadland Robert Abbott Edward Adams James Aldrich Wesley Allen Bernard Anderson
Erwin Anderson Kenneth Anderson Wesley Anderson Harlan Arneson Robert Arso Colin Bailey
Duane Ballweber Joen Blouin Gerald Bollinger Arthur Boss Roger Bramel Bernard Brophy
Ronald Bruesch Harold Bruschwein John Carlson Dr. R.J. Casad Ewald Christenson larny Christenson
Donald Coffield Nela Coghlan Arnold Derkc John Derry Dayle Dietz Daniel Dorsey
Julianne Eklund Robert Egge Donald Engen Perry Engstrom Barbara Erickson Errol Erickson
165Jean Evenstad Donald Fauss Marjorie Fczler Gerald Forster Marlyn Frederickson Donald Fulp
Robert GeHe Jean Gillham Robert Goroski Allen Grage Mary Ann Grage Richard Graham
William Grosz Roy Hackney Edward Hanyzewski Richard Haskell Nuri Hassumani Jean Haugen
Charles Hegel Betty Helostab Harold Henning Charles Henry Clifford Hermes Bernard Hilgers
Arne Hinsverk Mario Hinsverk Spencer Hokenson
Everett Holtz Sherman Hoseth Charles Johnson
166Jewitt Jacobson I Hiding Johnson James Johnson James Johnson Lorentz Johnson Lowell Johnson
Neal Johnson Russell Kostelle Jerrold Kemper Donald King Waller Kjar Henry Knight
Ralph Knudsen Joseph Kragness Mary Kroshus Tilford Kroshus Harvey Laabs Erna Lam
James Larson John Larson Robert Lemkc Micheal Lcnhardt Dale Light James Limmer
Phyllis Lindberg Edwin Littke Vcrlin Lundgren Eugene Marcotte Lucinda Mathew Carolita Mauer
George May Larry McDaniels Joseph McLaughlin Bjorn Melsted Lawrence Merbach Harold Miller
IIrvan Moeller Monroe Moen Rena Moen Helen Mohr
Ralph Morben Darrell Morrison Micheal Morrison Elizabeth Murphy
John Neprud Robert Nisja Neiland Oas Neil Oberg
Elsie O'Donnell Clinton Olmsted Arvid Olson Judy Olson Robert Olson John Osland
Harvey Ostby Loran Palmer Dale Peterson Glenn Peterson Maurice Peterson Robert Peterson
Gene Pinkney Layton Prosser Walter Putnam John Reinbold George Retzlazz Ardeith Richter
168Lawrence Richter Donald Rosley Dorothy Rothwell Judy Rudolph Leonard Ruzicka Mary Sand
John Schatz Phyllis Schmidt Warren Schuett Paul Schultz Esther Schultz William Settles
Lee Soehrcn Mary Sochren Donald Sperling Raymond Slockert Stanley Stregc Martin Strobcl
Odin Stutrud Dean Swanson David Sylvester Julian Szczur Robert Thon James Tillman
Grant Unkenholz Helen Vallager Ralph Viall Edward Viner Paul Wawers Dean Wenker
Lowell Westfield LuVern Witty William Yost
JAMES IIORTON Vice-President Jor Academic Affairs VERNON HEKTNER Dean, Arts, Science and Pre-Professional Division MV RON KOPf’ANG Dean, Business Division SAM SCI IIMELFENIG
Dean, Trades Division DONALD STEVENSON Dean, Trades, Division
ORIIN BARKEN Director, Continuing Education EDWARD VVERRl Director, Athletics and Department Chairman Physical Education JERALD STEWARI Librarian STEVEN KROHN Coordinator, Insturcnonal Resources G.V. PATTERSON Vice-President for Business Affairs
ROGER FRAASt Business Manager ROBERT POSS Accountant CARMEN PLUMMER Purchasing Agent MARLIN GALDE Director of Physical Plant WILLIAM JONGBLOED Bookstore Manager
Director, Auxiliary Services MURIEL CONNOLLY College Nurse ALVIN ECKRE Director, Special Services ARLIE STEEN Director, Alumni Relations DONALD MILLER Director, Public Relations
DEL RAY SANDERS Supervisor, Photography and Dis-Iribulion CHARLES HANSON Director, Student Services LYLE SCIUOTFELDT Registrar DONALD TOBIN Dean of Students and Director of Financial Aids MERCEDES MORRIS Associate Dean of Students
KEITH BORCHERT Coordinator, High School Education RICHARD FIAUCK Guidance Counselor and Assistant Dean of Students WALLACE NORDCAARD Director of Placement GORDON GUNNESS Student Center Director LORENZ TRITTEN Game Room Manager
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MILK ICECREAM COTTAGE CHEESE
For the best of
Motion Picture Entertainment
WAHPETON 603 Dakota Avenue across From the Post Office phone 642-3681
COMPLETE ALTERATION DEPARTMENT one day cleaning of request free pick up and delivery service Lathan West, Owner SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Terms can be arranged for any student
Phone 643-3193 Brcekenridgc, Minn.
THE MOTOR OIL COMPANY
FLOY DA. SWENSON Owner
Stop at our complete bumper-to-bumper service station for lubrication needs.
Wc arc equipped to handle all makes of cars and trucks, able and ready to render complete and satisfactory service.
Our complete line of accessories will take care of all your motoring needs.
Phone 642-3121 SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS Wahpcton. N.D.
173Compliments of Compliments of
DR. GEORGE MURRAY DRS. LINDRERG JORGENSON
DR. WALTER HELLAND l)I;N 1 ISIS OPTOM ETRISTS
Above Nielson lilecirie Phone 642-4741 Professional Building Phone W 2-4090
W ahpelon. North Dakota Wahpcton
Required Reading ...
For every "Informed” SSS Student
SERVING THE TRI-STATE AREA WITH ALL THE NEWS EVERY DAY - MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
UIBHPITOn.nORIM OQNOIQ 5I07S
Manufacturer of Truck Boxes Truck Hoists Drill - Fills l-'icld Cultivators Chisel PlowsDAHL MUSIC FINEST AMUSEMENT CO.
Coin operated music and Amusement equipment
Record Shop Pre-Recorded Tapes
Telephone 736-3209 122 South Vine Street
Fergus Falls. Minnesota
WAHPETON GLASS AND PAINT COMPANY
Leon Novetzke Owner
• V allpapcr
• Plate (ilass
• Auto (ilass
• O'Brien Paints
• Paint BrushcN
• Ceramic Tile
A Place Like home - Always open
COUNTRY KITCHEN „F ™
FRANCIS KUKOWSKI MIKE KEARNS 1010 Dakota Avonuo. Wahpoton. N. D. 58075. Phono (701) 642-4351 w
1752 Way Radio KGE2S4I
C. P. SALES TRUCK STOP
Station Open 24 Hours 24 Hour Wrecker Service
Truck Tire Repair. Engine Tune Up Phone 643-6219 and 643-4001
WAHPETON DRUG COMPANY
Compliments of Delos G. Halvorson, D.D.S. Dennis M. Bertsch, D.D.S.
And our Friendly Staff
108 Professional Building Phone 642-2644 Wahpeton North Dakota
Tbgether we can make it happen.
WAHPETON NATIONAL BANK
Your Time ond Temperaturo Bank Phone 642-5567
vi««r oi MEIDE AND SON INC.
Saticrlee Hall Babcock Hall Trade Technical No. 3 Walton Hall Schulz Hall forkner Hall Alumni Stadium College Complex Nordgaard Hall Robertson Hall Mildred Johnson Library
WAHPETON N.D.WAHPETON AUTO PARTS INC.
earl schmidt warren doblrstein
Local Distributor of All Makes of Automotive and Tractor Replacement Part
Garage and Pilling Station Accessories and Equipment General Welding Supplies and Equipment
Phone 642-6629 Wahpeton. North Dakota
METROPOUTAN sav ngs s loan a ssoc a t on
FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN IN S U R A NCE CORPORATION
SAVINGS INSURED U l TO S20.0(H)
GRAND PORKS LISBON LANGDON
Dr . J O. Ness 20 Dakota Avenue PH 642-5600
WE STRAIGHTEN SPINES 80 of all diseases are caused from poor posture
DR. JACK PFISTER
CASS CLAY CREAMERY, INC.
179FARMERS - MERCHANTS
STATE BANK OF BRECKENRIDGE
BOX 218 • 8RECKENRIOGE, MINNESOTA S6520 • MEMBER F.D.I.C.
Bank on us for your future.
PHONE 643-5553 Breckenridge, Minnesota
Consult Us About Your Insurance ' We Can Serve You
RANDALL’S SUPER SERVICE
... We Thank You For Your Patronage
■ Iv. .
WHOLESALE AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
Wheaton, Minn. Oakes, No. Dak. Hawley, Minn.
Lisbon, No. Dak. Elbow I ake, Minn. Milbank, So. Dak.
Congratulations and Best Wishes to Students, Teachers,
Administrators, and Personnel of the
STATE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE
GLOBE-GAZETTE PRINTING CO.
Wahpeton, North Dakota
Printers - Bookbinders - Office Outfitters - Legal Forms
Authorized Distributors of
Copying Duplicating Products and Supplies
All Graduates and those in attendance for two or more terms arc automatically enrolled as members of the association. Whether you are an active member or not is up to you.
We need your active support.
Why Don’t You Join Now!
BECOME PART OF THE
GROWTH AND CHANGEKRAUSE MOTOR SERVICE
Complete car service Phone 642-4290 Wahpeton, N. Dak.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF BRECKENRIDGE
First In Service to Our Customers Why Not Take Advantage of The Following Services Available At Our Bank:
Early Hour Extra Hours Walk-Up Window — Banking Service 8:00 A.VI-5:30 PM Savings Interest Computed Daily, Bank Amcricard F.D.I.C.
Personal, Business Agricultural Loans Counseling Service Checking Accounts. Maintained With No Service Charge If Balance of $100 Maintained. Deposits Accepted Via Deposit Letter Drop 24 Hrs. Daily
183WAHPETON ELECTRIC, INC.
EL ECT RICA L CON T R AC TO R S
Rural And City Wiring Eke. Appliances Commercial l ighting Motor Repairing
Phone 642-4434 215 Dak. Avc. Wahpeton
CHUCK S OFFSALE
XOI Dakota Avc. Phone 642 6402
Wahpeton. No. Dak. 58075
VALLEY REALTY AND
E. W. OLIVER JIM OSTROM Phone 642-4003
Hi way SI-13
Ph. (42 3430 Wahepton
Women's Children’s Juniors Apparel
419 Dakota Avenue Wahpeton, North Dakota
The values are here every day.
Dial 642-4131 Wahpeton. N.Dak.
Wyler and Butova Watches and Princess Diamonds Complete Gift Selection Trophies Name Plates And engraving
Wahpeton, North Dakota
KELLY’S DINER AND LOUNGE
Dial 642-9939 STEAKS . PRIME RIBS . SEA FOOD Come and see our new cocktail lounge FAMILY NITE every Wednesday Nite 5:00 - 8:00 Adults $2.75 Children $1.25. Banquet Room Facilities for 50 Wahpeton
Area’s Leading Young Men’s Store
STERN'S Clothing Company
Wahpeton. N. Dak.
Walgreen Agency BR ECKENRIDGE. MINNESOTA 56520 PHONE 643-3871
HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES
Nationally Advertised Locally Ow ned PH I LOOT. V. AND APPLIANCES Sales and Service
Dial 642-3301 Wahpeton. No. Dak.
WAHPETON LUMBER COMPANY
1011 DAKOTA AVENUE DIAL 642-3564
Quality Millwork. Lumber. Plywood.
Cabinets. Insulation. Building Hardware. Roofing
B R EC K EN RIDGE. MINN I SOT A YOUR ONE STOP SPORT CENTER
Glastron Boats Lund Boats Mercury Motors Johnson Motors
Bolens Garden Tractors and equipment Sno-Jet Snowmobiles 643-4559
Athletic Equipment Athletic Uniforms Travel Trailers Sportswear
Brownlee And Swenson Accounting
602 2nd Avenue North Wahpeton Phone 642-6869
Featuring Name Brandt In
WOMEN S • JUNIOR S • MISSES'
507 Dakoto Avenue Wohpcton, N. Dak.
For the Fines! Selection in Furniiurc Appliances — Interior Decorating —Carpeting and Drapes
IFUIRNtTURIE. II C,
SEVEN LEVELS OF HOME FURNISHINGS
Area Code 701 - Telephone 042-4780 or 042-4)11
Telephone and Mail Orders Welcome
Decorating and Home Planning Service at No Extra Cost
NORTH DAKOTA S LARGEST FURNITURE STORE
Congratulations Class of 74
LOLL AUTO IMPL.
642-5MI Sixth Street South Wahpeton, North Dakota
Dodge Cars and Trucks And White Farm Equipment
for the finest in personal grooming, see Vern and Tim
Across from Wards Wahpeton Phone 642-6454
CLEM’S CAFE OASIS BAR
Decorated cakes pastries Fresh baked goods daily
409 Dakota Avenue
Andy Ted Anderson
Red River Jobbing Co. Inc.
Distributors of Bud Schmidt and other Favorite Beverages
Dr. Curtis Mitskog
605 Dakota Avenue Phone 642-6480THULEN'S
PIONEER MEAT MARKET
"The Best in Meats"
We Have the Knowledge and Equipment to Do Your Meat Processing Right
Phone 643-551 ? Bredenridge. Minnesota
HER M'S RADIATOR REPAIR
BRECKSTYLESHOP We Guarantee All Radiator Repair Work
MYRT PETERSEN HERMAN MITZEL.Owner
BRECKENRIDGE, MINN. 56520 Prompt. Courteous Service "Give Us A Try"
643-5331 101 Sth Street South 1)1 Al. M2-69M) Wahpeton. N.l).
189ALEXANDER’S VALLEY STATIONERY
School and Office Supplies Equipment Quick Service Monogram ming
Phone 642-2187 W ah pc ton North Dakota
COME TO THE
WAHPETON SHOE HOSPITAL
FOR EXPERT SHOE REPAIR
"While you wait”
116 South 4th St. Wahpeton
lla.m.-lOp.m hours all week Wahpeton
SPORTING GOODS AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES HOUSEWARES
COAST TO COAST STORES
FURNITURE HARDWARE CARPET Honda Ski-doo
Everyday Low Prices
190Lillegard Incorporated 509 Dakota Avenue
Where You Cel A Good Deal, G.E.-Zenith Singer Elna Magnavox Television Sewing Machines
And A Good Deal More!
IHC, AMC, Farmhand these fine products at
Hesston, Lilliston, Vcrsiile
New Holland, New Way Loaders Frontier, Steiger NEILSON ELECTRIC
Tele. 642-6689 Wahpcton, N. Dak.
21 2 Miles West of Wahpcton INC.
415 Dak. Avc. —S'- Phone 642-6184
Wahpcton, N. Dak. 58075 Area Code 701
• Records Your • Radios
• Sheet Music Center •Tape Records
•Guitars mWjhpcion •Stereo-high
191FLAA OIL COMPANY WALT BUST A. Proprietor
Texaco Products and Goodrich U.S. Royal Tires Gas. Oil. Tires Batteries Greasing and Washing
Phone 642-3451 901 Dakota Avc.
Wahpeton. North Dak.
SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO.
Good l.uck Science Grads
Phone 642-6634 Wahpeton North Dakota
individual heat tiled showers indoor pool steam baths dining room lounge G42-5528
highway 81 13
hot water heat tub or shower bath individual heat carpet
clean quiet 642-6627 junctions of highway 81 131 he wonderful world of travel
Best wishes lo .ill graduates of the North Dakota State School of Science. We ask you to come in and get acquainted and use the service that our hank offers the community.
Faculty and students take advantage of the friendly banking service at
First National Bank
An Affiliate of Northwest Bancorporation
193UNCLE JIM'S CAKE STEAK HOUSE
Closed All l)a S;ilurday Charcoal Broiled Steaks ami Chops
Plan lo use our Charcoal Room for Meetings and
FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
Phone 643 6695 214 North f ifth Street Breekenridge. Minn.
Wahpeton. North DakotaSim ori
Compliments ot the
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
WAHPETON nokiii Dakota
DICK’S STANDARD BOLDER
D. B. l Ol.DIIN. Prop.
522 Dakota Avc.
Dial ( 42-5595 Wahpeton. North Dakota
Complete Line of Graphic Arts Equip. And
Fine Printing Papers
Fargo, North Dakota 58102
Congratulations Class 01 72
CL I IF LOBFRG FORD, INC.
(Ahva s I he I inest In Service)
FORD MIRCURY LINCOLN Masses i’crjtuson I arm Maehincrs
Wahpeton. N Dak.
195WANPETON FLORAL CO.
CUT FLOWERS CORSAGES WEDDING BO I OU IS PLANTS AND POTTERY
BUILDING THE GREAT NORTHWEST
I OR OVER 80 YEARS
KOST BROTHERS, INC.
Excavating and Dozer Work Ready-Mix Concrete Washed Gravel Sand Concrete Tile Kost Concrete Blocks — Building Material Delivered Anywhere
I’honc 642-3371 Wahpeton. North Dakota
SEIFERT S JEWELERS
Bulova Caravellc Watches Your Friendly Store on The Corner
Phone 642-5170 Wahpeton. N. Dak.
“The Future’s Bright For You ...
Yes. young people with the talents and technical background arc in constant demand in the field of electrical energy. Thousands of skilled people will he needed in this challenging and growing industry within the next few years!
I’OWf « COMPANV
ABOVE: Curt Rogncss, Jackuc Stuart, Bruce Fahn, Leo Seeba, Jan Condra, Dave Ihry, Meg Atkinson, Kathy Anderson. NOT PICTURED: Mike Kloster.
From The Editor: I would like to take this space to thank my staff, Don Miller, and Del Sanders. A very special thanks also to Steve Maxwell and Mud Waters. They all gave me much needed help.
To all of you-l hope that somewhere, someplace, in this book I have shown something of what makes you, you. Who am I is a much asked question that I hope we can all answer. Maybe this book portrays who you were at Science. Remember: "You are!"
198■"Who Am I?"
200201Today it has become
a socially fashionable
implication is that
we do not really
know our own self as a person.iI
We have said that we are, as a person, what we think, feel,
believe in, etc. We must communicate
these things freely
We will understand only as much of ourselves as we are willing to communicate to others.
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