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

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction Opening Spring Students Fall Faculty Sports Winter Organizations Late Arrivals Advertisements Student Directory Closing1 CONFUCIUS SAY: Great Man uses the books to bring friends together to smile; and through friendship he bolsters up Manhood at its best. A- m.» n ........................................... i ■give you the GREATEST feeling!!!Row 1: Doyle Edwards, Dennis Nelson, Keith Newman, Mike Dmcn, Cary Keller, Neal Wilmes, Phil Solum, Joe Roscoe. Row 2: Leonard Owens, Delton Mehlhaff, Mike Wcigelt, Jon Achter, Carrol Ducrr, Randy Emanuelson, Jeff Bostow, Bill Mauch, Doug Zeis. Row 3: Rodney Scmmen, Jerry Vollmuth, Kirby Skoog, Robert Mettler, Curt Barth, Dean Milnar, Dale Minar. Wildcats Place 2nd in NDCAC Indoor The N.D.S.S.S. track team finished runner-up to Jamestown in the 1975 N.D. C.A.C. Indoor at Fargo, scoring 47 points. The Wildcat thinclads were led by sophomore Phil Solum who garnered two first places in the 600 yard dash and the 440. The Mile Relay team also posted a 1st in a 3:29 meet record time. Other N.D.S.S.S. point-getters were Joe Roscoc, 2nd in the 880 and mile run; Dennis Nelson, 3rd in the 60 yard dash and high hurdles; Blake Derhak, 2nd in the 440 and 3rd in the 300 yard dash; Mike Weigelt, 2nd in long jump; Neal Wilnes, 4th in 600 yard dash; Bill Mauch, 5th in shot put; and 440 relay team placed 3rd. Solum's 440 victory in 51.0 was a new meet record. 12Golfer Greats The N.D.S.S.S. Golf Team under the coaching of Don Engcn received 2nd place in the NDCAC meet after a 9-2 dual meet record for the '75 season. The nine man team was made up of 7 freshmen and 2 sophomore students.Read All About It! Dale: Friday, May 16. Time: 11:35 a.m. Place: West cnirance lo the student center. Mission: Rendezvous with the yearbook staff. The Agawasie had arrived! Students who paid for three school quarters received their copy of the yearbook right off the truck, under the watchful eyes of the staff, Del Sanders, advisor, and special guest Mud Waters, the American Yearbook Representative. The action then turned to the cafeteria where Student Cabinet was sponsoring a noon lunch of bar-b-ques, potato salad, ice cream, and beverage for only two bits. Everyone ate in quite a hurry and headed for the sunny outdoors to review the past year in pictures and thoughts from fellow students. I r V- - ,-Oj. i y' . r'-’v »v ;i$ ,• It's Graduation Day Friday May 23, found the record number of 1,347 graduating students listening to the commencement address given by Dr. Gordon 13. Olson, president of Minot State College. In addition to the presentation of diplomas, two musical numbers were provided by the N.D.S.S.S. Musical Department. Recognition awards were given to retiring faculty and staff members Wallace Nord-gaard, Muriel Connelly, Mabel Connelly, Mabel Schoeneck, and Walter Kackman. Jerald Stewart, SSS hear librarian, presided at the piano at both the opening and the closing of the commencement exercises.I Karla Aancrud tlroy Aasheim Ruby Ackerman Steven Ackerman loti Adamson Jeff Alfield Oale Albrightson |ohn Allen |ill Ahbuff Max Amsden A. lee Anderson Brenda Anderson Charlene Anderson David Anderson Dennis Anderson Dianne Anderson Kevin Anderson Patty Anderson Steven Anderson Shelley Anderson Doug Andrys Sharon Appert Patti Arbuckle Terry Armstrong Wendell Armstrong T. Arneson Robert Art Jeff Awes Marlys Axtman Judith Badlcy David Baicr Charles Bailly Dana Baker Bruce Bakken Kevin Bakko Denise Baldwin Julie Ballinger Dwight Barden Cuy Barendt Betty Barr Allen Bartell Kent Bartholomay 20 A Gwen Basol Jaci Bauer William Baiu James Ba'umgarn Marlene Baumgartner Teresa Beach Monte Beck Brenda Becker Janice Becker Steve Beilke Kimberly Belcher Kerry Bell Vanessa Belyea Barb Benda Beatrice Benda Beverly Benda Linda Benoit Bonnie Benson Karen Benson William Benzcl Lucille Berdal Georgia Berg Harry Berg Sandra Berg J...... David Berge Steven Berglund Rickie Bcrgsgaard Lynn Berland Sandi Bernhardt Scott Berseth Dennis Berube Lynn Best 8rian Biel Gary Bielejeski Daniel Biesheuvel Newell Binde Charles Bingert Geraldine Bitz Kenneth Bitz Deann Bjerkager Craig Black Marcy Black 21!l ! Gregory Black Rick Black Tom Black Oalo 8lccckcr Walter Blccse Ronald Block .. Jeff Bloms Carrie Bock Jacinta Bodensteiner Marlene Bocddckcr Warren Bochlcr DuWayneBoehn Kim BogCf Cynthia Bohn R. Bonsness Rodney Borncmann Patricia Bosch Keith Boschee larry Bossert Chuck Boswarth Cary Botncr Kathleen Bragt-t James Braisted Doran Brandt Guy Brandt Cindy Brancss Dolores 8ratton Kevin Braum Wesley Braunbcrger Mark Brehm Paula Breker Daniel Brcndcn Janice Brcucr Dwite Brew Alina Brick Joan Brines Myron Broderick Robin Brophy Ernest Broten James 8rower Joel Brown Lori Brown 22 v . ; Garnet Bruce Betty Brucckncr Susan Bruslctten Sharon Brynteson Brian Buchholu Rocdcll BuchKoli Rose Buck Michael Buckeye Julie 8uckhaus Michael Buckle Laurie Buechlcr Beverly Buchner Denise Bucttner Teresa Bunn Randy Buntrock Shannon Burau Jacqueline Burian Wanda Burke Rodney Burns Kathleen Burshcim James Busch Lori Busching Robert Bush Daniel Bush Jellrey Busk Kathy Busta Sindce Cahoon Mary Calkins Tom Call Don Cameron Devra Campbell Gwcndalyn Carlilc Ruth Carlson Steven Carlson Denise Carpenter Rodney Carpenter Leroy Cartier Mark Chalcralt Nancy Chapman Donald Charvat Rick Chewakin Cregg Christensen 23Wayne Christensen Galen Christianson tilecn Clark Wayne Clarksean Tracy Cody L. Ross Cole Corrine Collette Dwight Comfort James Condra Curtis Coovcr Steven Cornell Bill Cosscttc Cinder Cossette Bob Courtenay Ronald Covert Steven Cupcrus leonine Cvancara Carol Cyr Pat Oabloyv Denise Dayman Connie Dahl Keith Dahl Robin Dahlgren Tina Dahlgrcn Nancy Dahm Warren Dal bee Cynthia Dallas Bill Dalquist Debbie Dalquist Desiree Dai ell Doug Danielson (.eland Dardis James Davidson Gary Davis Rebecca Davis Terry Davis Dave Dehcin Daniel Deichert Mary Doissler Debra Demers Brian Demoe Diane DennisKevin Dcilaff Cynthia Deiwiltcr Dennis Diode Susan Dicde Duane Dierks Ccihard Dierks toncll Oikofl Neill Dobler Dale Dockter Becky Doepke Kathy Doherly Brian Dooley Jeanne Doonan Doris Dose Thomas Downhant Mory Dubuque leromo Duchshcrer Ed Duffy A. Dunn Debra Dvorak Delmer Dyk Karen fries David Eckenrode Dallas Eckholm Debra fckre Kevin fdwardson Earl Igc JeffEhli Brian Ehlkc Jeffrey Ehni Diane Eichhorn Frank Side Melvin Ellis Brian Ekeland Jcvon Elhard Monie Ellingson Margaret Elliott Larry Ellis Faryl Ellswortli M. fnarson Karla Enochson Mjrk Ensrud 25f I % 3 Ross Ensrud Dennis Enlzmingcr Jeffrey Erbclc Charles Erickson Colleen Erickson Inez Erickson Connie Erlcnbusch Jerald Ernst Myron Eslingcr Douglas Evanson Bradley Evenvon Brett Evenson laurel Evenson Kim fairbank Allen fedje Kathy feist William Fclbcr Susan Feltman Ron Fenno Craig Fcnskc Lucinda fietzek Rhonda Fietzek Donald Filler Jed Finz Royce Fischer Bashir Fituri Rita Flaagan Ron Flaagjn Julie Flach Randy Flatcn Cynthia fleck Julie Flynn Douglas Foersier K. Folstrom Carmelita Forward Jell Forward John Forward Joanne Fossen Michael Foster Stephen Fox Clarence Frank •IMary Frederick Rebecca Fredcrickson Bruce Fredrickson luann Fredrickson Peggy Frcitag Roberta f rcitag Galen Frey Joel Frickc Dean Frisch Donna Frit Laurie Fritz Anita Frocmkc Doreen Frolek Kristen Frye Richard Fuller Renee Fylling Evelyn Gabriel Mary Gaffrcy Delwyn Gage Scott Galdc Sidney Cayman Randy Geary Duane Godrosc Neal Gecrdes Daniel Ccfroh Kurt Gefroh Peggy Gchring Sandy Gcrwien Gary Ceshe David Gcyer Jeffrey Geyer Richard Gibbens Colleen Cibbons Ronald Gill Brenda Gillund Karen Gingery Julie Gisi JuncGjevre Daryl Gladne Brad Glarum Tami Glaspey Lceann Glass 2728 lorry Click Debbie Gochring Thomas Goehring James Coct Kevin Could Darrell Gourncau Paul Graalum Peggy Graf Laurie Cranholt lames Craupe Kathleen Cray lerome Green Steve Green Steven Greenwood Gaye Crcgcrson Sandra Griggs Gary Grinde Dclwyn Groninger Pat Gross Brian Grottc Dennis Crueneich |ohn Gucnthner Arnold Gulka Curtis Gullickson f Loren Gullickson Julie Gums Brian Gunderson Craig Gunderson Debbie Gunness GracyGunville I . 1 Jeff Gustafson Sonja Gustafson Tom Gustafson lane Maakenson Greg Maar Kristie Habcrnsan Lornie Hach Vanessa Hackcy Doug Hagadone Kurt Hagcl Denise Hagemeister Sandra Mcgemcistcr mm • 4 .1  ! i i 1 i i I i i i I ; i John Hagenstoin Donald Hahn Everett Hailey Nancy Halle Robin Hallstrom Roger Halucak Doug Halvorson Julie Hammarsten Kathy Hanna Sherry Hanna Paul Hansel Kathy Hansen Leslie Hansen Neal Hansen Clifl Hanson Dale Hanson Daniel Hanson Devon Hanson Harold Hanson lacalyn Hanson John Hanson Mary Hanson Ronna Hanson Kathleen Hardy Jeffrey Harper Aaron Harrison Mark Harrison Darcy Harstad Adolph Hard Ann Hartvikson Lynette Harworth Carter Hassclstrom Sabrina Hassumani Valora Hauf Carmen Haugan Craig Haugen Kevin Haugen Keith Hedstrom Debra Hcesch Marlon Heiden Ken Heilman Linda Heilman 29 ICindy Heinrich Terry Heinz Duane Hcisz Joyce Hcilkamp Joan HelReson Jody Hellandsaas Wayne Helvik Dennis Henderson Margaret Henderson Bradley Hendrickson Cyndi Hendrickson Lawrence Hendrickson Bradley Henke Scott Henley Bill Hcnschel Sharon Hopper Donald Herauf Richard Herman Bonita Herr Carla Hervcy Sheryl Higgins Cary Hilbert Jeff Hilgcmann Brian Hilgers Bruce Hillcstad Richard Hinds Dorn Hinsverk Rodney Hinz Milo Hirning Erling Hjalmarson Charles Hoaby John Hoaby Diana Hochhalter Joseph Hodny Vernell HocChst Leo Hoepfner Devon Hoff Don Hoffart MikcHoffer Bob Hoffman Rodney Hoffman Virgil Holstad I IRobert Hole James Holecek Cina Holen Delate Holtc Camilla Holwcgcr Colleen Holwcgcr Dudley Homclvig Lauren Homclvig Bruce Honor lone Hopkins Randy Horner Karen Horsager Sonia Horsager Sharon Horst Nordahl Horvey Sheila Hoseth Peggy Hougc Vickie Houghton Donald House Carl Hovland Larry Hovland Cliff Hoyt Dale Hoyt Laura Huber Linac Huffman Shirley Hummel Laurie Hurt! Ruth Hurtt Glen Huschka Benny Hushka Diane Isakson David Iverson Duane Iverson Gary Iverson Kaylcen Jacobson Neil Jacobson Wayne Jaeger Lowell Jahnke Mark James William Jangula Robert Janssen Joann JennenJool Jennings Carol Jenny A. Jensen Daryl Jenven Donald Jensen Jacqueline Jenu Harvey Jerome leJfcry lessen Ferdinand Jochim Louise Jodsaas Broil Johanneson Ann Johnson Bill Johnson Brenda Johnson Brian Johnson Chris Johnson Dale Johnson David Johnson Diane Johnson Cary Johnson Gregg Johnson Krisien Johnson Marilyn Johnson Morgan Johnson Tim Johnson Wayne Johnson Rodney Johnsrud Kim Jones Marsha Jordheim Kevin Jultuson Thomas Just Dean Kadrmas James Kaiser Barbara Kalberer Bradley Kalberer Rodney Kallestad Connie Kalvick Mark Kamphuis Steycn Karas Dale Karn Brian Karnowski Sue Kaseman 32 . i nwn iqy-' maarmmJeff Kaspari Steve Kaufmann Jay Kautzman Carol Kehoc Rom Keierleber Blanc Keller Dan Keller Dennis Keller John Keller Neal Kclncr Sandra Kcmmet Kathy Kcnnclly Wanda Kiefat Ed Kihle Bruce Kilber Phillip Kilian Mark Kilzcr Christy Kirkeby Dean Kirsch David Kjorsvik Bruce Klcfstad Audrey Klein Darold Klein Zoe Klindt Marlin Kling Paul Klinger Craig Klosterman Marjorie Klundt Jeff Knecht Kristin Knoff Michael Knoll Twyla Knox Dale Knudscn Steve Knudson Michael Koci Dawn Kolegraf Nila Koll A. Rolling K. Rolling Kelly Kolpin Steve Kopp Duaine Kordovsky 33■■ tieverly Koshncy Paulclic Koshncy Sieve Koialik francis Kouba Michal Ko ojed f cliiH Krabbenhoft Tillie Kraft Tim Kraft Donna Kragness David Kram Tom Kram Connie Krapp Roger Krapp Anthony Krebs Alton Krebsbach Clyde Kringlcn Pamela Krogh Myron Krueger Rosney Krueger Patrick Kuchar Debra Kun;c Cary Kurtenbach Alien Kurtti Richard Kurtti Debby Kvasager Debra Kvasager Darvin Kvisler Kathryn Lacher Richard Lafrance Polly lagerquisl Linda Lake Marianne lako Lloyd landscoot Michael Landscoot Kathleen Lange B. Larson Mark C. Larson Patricia Larson Peggy Larson Richard Larson Susan Larson Tracy Larson Barbara laumb Diane Lawrence Cherie lee Gregory lor HopeIco Myra lee Richard A lee Richard lee Sandy lee Vickie lee Daniel Icidholm Gregory Lemire Janet Lemke Jeanette lewandowski James lewis Mary lewno Kristi Lien George lies Ron liesener lynctle limesand Glenn Lindblad Della loeb Myron loeb Diana locndod Robert lomcn Robert lonski Holly loosmore Geraldine lothspeich Lynda lothspeich Brian Loucks Janet Love Dennis lucas Kathy luehring Kevin Lund Michael Lund Steven luther Gregory Lykken Terry Lykken Kentlyng Kelly Lynnes Steven Maack Richard Maas 35Renee Maasjo LynnMacTaggart Michael Madsen Roger Magclky Milch Malme Philip Mann Duane Manson Clarence Marccllais Susan Marchell Karen Marcotlc |udy Marohl Paul Marquarl Michael Marschall Kim Martin Richard Marlin Randy Mart Cindy Mashek Brian Mathson Timothy Matthei Daniel McCann John McCann Bill McClaflin Earl McClenahen Kenneth McDougall Rodney McCruder Michelle McGuire Keven Mclvor Cyndi McKnight MaryMclaen Lori McLean MariLou McRoberts Marcia Mehl Dolton Mehlhafl Jennifer Meidinger Larry Meidinger Jeanette Meier Jack Mcikle Karen Meline John Merrill Mary Mertes Esther Meth BobMettlcr i 36 ------ntpurt'w— T3sn ■ •., i:i.David Meyer Gloria Meyer Dale Michealson Danny Michel Michelle Michelscn Myron Michdiori Joyce Mihulka Mark Milbrandt Barren Miller Bruce Miller C. Miller Michael Miller Donna Miranowski Daniel Mlsslin Rolinda Mix Corinnc Moch Cindy Moen Kathryn Mohr Roberta Mohs Mark Momerak Byron Monson John Moorman Dallas Morast Jerry Mork Earl Morrill Robyn Morris Ronald Morris Debra Morrison Kim Morrison Wayne Morrison Gerald Moshkowski Brent Muchlberg Linda Murnm Cheryl Murrey Gary Myer Norma Myhre Harold Myrdal Valeric Nagel Laurie Nash Patty Nash Peggy Nash Craig NathanSally Ncis Brent Nelson Kenneth Nelson Peter Nelson Kebccca Nelson Timothy Nelson Wanda Nelson Rick Ncrdahl Sue Nerdahl Cathy Ness loll Ness Mike Neumiller Craig Ncys Ron Ncys Gerald Nickelson Jacqueline Nickelson Brenda Nielson Dennis Nieskens Leonard Noehro Mary Nordick John Northagen Odin Norum Michael Nosbisch William Nygaard James Nyhusmoen Jane Ol erg Thomas Odegaard Don Offcrdahl Sharon Oien Raymond Olderness Btcmla Olson Bruce Olson Deb Olson Gary Olson Gregory Olson Joann Olson I I Marie Olson Marion Olson Nancy J. Olson Rita Olson Russel Olson Scott Olson 38 ? drt 1 jm Olson Tony Olson Wayne Olson David O’Neill Gregory Opdahl Jay Opdahl Ionic Opdahl David Ophaug Donald Ortman Doris Ost Linda Ost by Robert Ostby Jay Osier loh Mark Overby Kurt Pagel Rachel Palm Dana Panasuk Dawn Pankow Eugene Parisicn Patti Parrow Leslie Patterson Leon Paul Bradley Paulson Kathy Paulson Roger Paulson Sharon Pausch James Peda Judith Pederson Joy Pelt on Jayne Perius Tom Poschcl Maureen Petermann Kim Petersen Alan Peterson Colin Peterson Douglas Peterson Keith Peterson Leora Peterson Leroy Peterson Michael Peterson Michael Peterson Russell PetersonS. Peterson T. Peterson Trudy Petsinger Jeff Pfau Dale Pfeifer Merlin Pfeifer Karen Pfeiff Polly Pfister Gretchon Pflugrath M. Phelps Beth Picek larry Picek Diane Pierson William Pigors Phillip Pike lyla Plante Kenneth Plum Lowell Plum Bryan Podruchny Steve Popicl J, Popinga Jana Poppe Sharon Port JocW.Porten Suzette Portschcllcr Jeff Poulscn Bruce Poulson Scott Powell Steven Powers Mark Prashek Carol Pratt Kendall Preskey Peggy Priebe Wade Privratsky Robert Procive James Prosje UJViu ri yunM Sandra Puetz Daniel Pyle GaryQuarne Mark Rachow Carlamae Radermachcr •_____________• - ••_________________________________________. . . „ - . ■ ...... 4i.... 1 MCynthia Raeshko Lu Ann Rond Teresa Rasmussen Anthony Rath John Rath Ross Rathe Owen Raugutt Timothy Rauser Doug Redmond Mary J. Reed Sandra Rcierson Joel Reinbold Beth Reis Vicky Reis Heidi Remund Michael Renden Orvin Rensvold Steve Rcstemayer Jeannic Retterath Nancy Retzlaff Steven Rhodes Ardel Rice Reginald Richards Terry Richardson Curtis Rieger Kenneth Rieger Nancy Ricniets Kent Rigsby Jeanette Rimmereid Dale Rinas Cindy Robinson Darrell Rodin Charlene Rodvold Donald Rocsler Steven Rocihlcr Kent Rogne Bonnie Rohde Wayne Rohde Doug Roisc Francis Roller Thomas Romanyshyn Arlene RonholdtI auric Ronholdi I rederick Rove Kenneth Rose K.iy Rosin Kimberly Ro'sow Renee Ruberius Kevin Rubey Lois Rude Pauline Rustic Colleen Rudolph Cindy Rummerl Karen Rurnmel Mike Rumps a Jerry Ruparsi Sloven Ruller Larry Sabby Marian Sackreiler Reyne Sadowsky Debbie Sailer Keilh Sailer Thomas Sailer Paul Sander EugneSandry Kim SandviK Roger Sansiead linsla Sass Richard Sauceda Karen Sauier Allrert Saylcr Jerome Saylor Russell Saylor Michael Station Timothy Soanson Bonnie Schoack Susan Scbaan Marly Schafer Robert Schafer Arnold Sthaff Thomas Schaff Stele Schaubcrt Delay no Schempp Jeffrey Schempp J • 'f •i 1I«T „ v . .{ » I. I 1 I r i | i j 1 i i: f. Earl Sc horer Sandra Schindler TimSchirado Kristi Schlccht lori Schlcncr Dale Schlotfeldt Linda Schmidt Peggy Schmitz Ionise Schocnfelder C. Scholcs C. Scholes Donald Srhoivcrt Bruce Schramm Jeff Schroeder Johnnie Schroeder Nancy Schroeder Tammy Schultz Darrel Schulz Deborah Schulz Clayton Schurnaker Mark Schunuker Sheila Schurnaker Steven Schurr Wayne Schuster Dclton Schwarz Lonnie Schweitzer James Sclbcrg David Solid Mark Scllic Kristi Scm Sheryl Sergeant Ron Shac Brenda Shalfcr Charles Shape Paul Shea Robin Shobcrg Richard Short Duane Shumacker MikcSickler Katy Sieve Roger Simmers Amy Simpson i 43Timothy Sinner Bruce Sippd Dale Siverson Oconc Sizer Marlin Sjurscn Man Skaare I. Skadven Colleen Skjeftc Cordon Skjersoth Tim Skoropat Joe Skudlavek Carla Slcitcbak Scon Slenebak Brenda Sletten Gary Smeslad Davis Smith Ralph Smith Luane Smrstick Rick Snyder Tori Snyder Jeflrey Sol berg Jerry Sollom Janice Sommerfcld Sandra Somvcn David Sondcland Chris Sondcrby Roger Sonstegard Dianne Sorum Greg Sorum Kathleen Sorum Carey Spcchi Bruce Speich Pamela Speten Karen Spitzer Gary Spratt Jill Stack Kevin Staigcr Marcia Stalbocrger Margaret Stasch David Stavcterg Charles Stockier Merle Steele 44 --------- giwr-Jry Sown Stegman Dale Stein Kicky Steiner Don Stengel Daryl Slensland Janet Stevenson Mike Still Chris Stjem Dan Stober Becky Stoltenow Bruce Strand Eileen Strand Timothy Strehlow Lee Arn Streitmaitcr Gerald Streit Frank Striefcl Ginger Strom Stan Stukenholt Cheryl Stul rnan Mark Suko Kim Sundlcc Krnti Swann Connie Swanson David Swanson Halmcr Swearson Knut Swee Ray Sweeney Kim Swenson KimSwingen Holly Tabert Vickie Telken Kevin Theige David Thiel John Thiel Barbara Thimjon Myron Thingvold Robert Thom Jell Thomas Judy Thomas Anne Thompson Brian Thompson D. Thompson 45D. Thompson H. Thompson Jeffrey Thompson Norol Thompson Thomas Thompson Larry Thorsness Diana Thorson Kaihy Thorson Susan Thorson Beverly Thurn John Thurn James Tibbetts Marjorie Tiegen Linda Tilletna Wade Tillcma Patricia Tobin Arden Todahl Kathryn Toclle D. Tollcfson D. Tollcfson Jeff Tollcfson Miles Tomac M.Tonneson David Torjcerson Jerry Traub Alan TrauRer Brenda 1 rauger Oawn Trautman David Trisko Greta Tryhus Kenard Turner Sheila Ulmer Brian Untcrseher Harley Untcrseher Frederick Urlachcr Jon Ussin Paul Utke Gary VanBeek Mark Vandervorst Patty Vandervorst David Vanklompenburg G. Vanlishout 46Jim Vcnjohn Bradley Vcttel Cynthia Viall Cynthia Viken Kevin Vist.ul Patricia Viyina Loretta Voightman Cal Volesky Kokci Volzko Paul Vomlal Valeric Vomlal Mark Vomlrar hek Michelle Von Rucdcn Alan Votava Elizabeth Waddick Mark Wagner K Wagner Sonia Wahus Ron Waite |. Walberg Geraldine Wald Kathy Waldera Kathleen Walen Mary Wallace Allan Walter Michael Walth Nancy Wang Kenneth Wanner Cynthia Waterman J.Watne Cynthis Wavra John Weber Leeann Weber Mark Wedin Vernon Wegner Vernon Wehri Keith Wehrman Lawrence Weiand Jell Weick Mike Weigelt Alan Weishaar Steve Welle 47LIBRARY-am it i 1 Summer has fallen like the crisp autumn loaves that line the curb, only to be whirled away by the brutal wind that whistles in the treetops, warning man of snow-filled days and nights ... in the distance the thud and crunch of two teams battling it out under the goal posts shatters the intense concentration and silence of the library . . . along the over-populated aisles of the bookstore trudge new students, their arms burdened by the dead weight of textbooks .. . school is in the air. Fall has Fallen ...Everywhere red dust in your eyes in your mouth on the ground the deafening roar of machinery scratching away at the faded bricks Old Main gets a facelift. During the fall of 1975 Old Main, the oldest and most prominent building on campus was given a sandblasting in order to rejuvenate its outward appearances for future generations of Science School students. The building is noticeable at any time of day or nite because of its tall pointed peak with four huge neon S's on the four sides of the tower. At one time Old Main contained everything from the library to the president's office; in other words, it was the college. Of course the State School of Science was not always called the North Dakota State School of Science. It was at one time called the Red River Valley University. If you find that doubtful just go to the corner stone of Old Main, which reads. Red River Valley Institute, dated 1881, and see for yourself the corner stone that became The North Dakota State School of Science, 1975.s I a Fall Festivities Include Many It was a hectic week, both academically and socially, especially for Trudy Petsinger, Vanessa Belyca, Cherie Lee, Nancy Rctzlaff, Ken Mc-Dougall, Don Offerdahl, Larry Knaus, Carol Quinn, Shelley Anderson, Doreen Frolek, Linda Lake, Sandy Puelz, and Karen Benson: the homecoming committee. They were responsible for keeping such things as the "Wildcat" Pizza Feed, the Queen's coronation,. and the parade running smoothly. This year's homecoming committee was for the first time headed by a female chairperson, Trudy Petsinger, who did a fine job. ____I m'd.s.s. s. HOME COMING CAT CFPT 77 Parade 10a.m. 3AI. OLM. Cl GAME 1-30P.H. Science Wildcats vs. MayvilleState Carnets jEGEEEEW An added special attraction to the homecoming parade was the appearance of the 1936 reigning Homecoming Queen, Marjorie (Maricle) Hoeft. She came all the way from San Diego, California to attend the homecoming festivities.  This year the student body chose the finalists for the homecoming queen competition from this group of eleven young ladies: Nancy Hailly, Kathy Walcn, Laurel Evenson, Katy Sieve, Trudy Pet singer, Nancy Retzlaff, Mary Dexter, Rachel Schock, Sally Ncis, Gayle Wurtz, and Edith Krabbenhoft. Regardless of careful planning by the homecoming committee, there was bound to be one item on the list of activities that didn't come off quite as planned. Billy 'Crash' Craddock, the planned lyceum was cancelled out. This did not however put the dampener on the events of the week. His replacement Little David Wilkins put on a fine show for the country western lovers on campus. 53f 1 % Evenson Crowned Queen Coming in from the cold, one could feel that certain something in the air. It never stayed long in one place, just seemed to flutter from person to person, smile to smile. The bleachers were buzzing with last minute predictions while the homecoming brass filed in, appropriately attired for the evening in suits and formals. Then it all began. Master of Ceremonies, Jim T. Pcda, introduced the three queen candidates, Katy Sieve, Laurel Evanson, and Kathy Walen, as they walked up the aisle with their respective escorts: Don Offerdahl, Tracy Cody, and Steven Olson, with the honor escort being Rock Sahr. Following a rather humorous introduction. Dr. Clair T. Blikre came forward to crown Laurel Evenson the 1975 SSS Homecoming Queen. Music was provided by the Wildcat singers and a reception was held for Queen Laurel in the Redwood Room after the coronation. - • .. j. U.V ... _ I'.-I i Rain Reigns Again .. . It was .1 cold and rainy day — probably I ho same rain that has fallen on homecoming Saturdays since tin beginning of lime. Yet it stopped nobody. Everyone lined their floats up, making last minute touches and feeling very important about the whole thing, and rightfully so, because parades do seem to suspend a certain magic in the air. Once the last notes of the marching bands had died away the floats were wisked back to the campus and quickly lorn apart, hours of work destroyed in minutes. The top 3 floats sponsored by the Vets' Club, Auto Body, and UCCF turned the parking lot into a sea of soggy tissue. Hours later, the same dreary weather hung over the Wildcats as they lost to the Mayville Stale Comets, 7-10, after a hardy game at the F rank Vcrtin Field. That night the action warmed up though, as couples danced to the music provided in the Redwood Room for the I lomecoming Dance. 55I1BMS Brt players Prowls in Celebration of The life of Sir Thomas ittore The first drama production by the Science Art Players turned out to be a smashing success. “A Man For All Seasons" was presented in the school auditorium on November 13,14, and 15 under the direction of first year Drama Director Phil Therou. In assistance was a 16 year old Pakistanian student Sabrina Hassumani. The play concerns the life of Sir Thomas More, a 16th, Century scholar, stateman and saint. Sir Thomas was chancellor to Henry VIII of England in the early part of the 16th century. During this period, Henry dissolved the church's tics with Rome, created the Church of England, and made himself its supreme head, all in order that he might grant himself a divorce from Katherine of Aragon and marry Anne Boleyn. Sir Thomas found himself unable to agree with these actions, and would not sign an oath ratifying them. This refusal subsequently leads to his execution. The play examines these events and the man who would not bend his principles, even at the cost of his life. Characters in the play were portrayed as follows: NORFOLK, Jim Peda; HENRY VIII, Odin Norum; WOLSEY, Richard Long; CROMWELL, Steve Schell; SIR THOMAS MORE, Lynn Berland; COMMON MAN, Rock Sahr; CHAPUYS ATTENDANT, Ken Beltz; RICHARD RICH, David Johnson; CRANMER, Warren Boehler; ROPER, Randy Engebretson; CHAPUYS, Mike Still; LADY ALICE, Becky Vetter; LADY MARGARET, Bambi Grant; WOMAN, Debi Bulson. Technical crew includes, Bryan Bowman, Mark Burgad, Dwight Comfort, Set Construction; Bryan Bowman, Mary Beth Frederick, Nita Naa-den. Lighting; Dwight Comfort, Sound; Ellen Elhard, House Manager; Sabrina Hassumani, Stage Manager; Nancy Retzlaff, Costume Misstress. 56 dr '4yr.7t —87 Practical Nurses Graduate Eighty-seven Practical Nursing students at N.D.S.S.S. received graduation certificates September 26 in ceremonies held at Bute Gymnasium. The commencement address was delivered by Vernon E. Hektncr, dean of the Arts, Science and Pre-Professional Division. President Clair T. Blikre gave the introductions and announcements. Presenting the candidates was Miss Betty Heldstab, chairman of the Practical Nursing Department. Trades Division Dean Donald Stevenson handed out graduation certificates. Scholastic achievement awards were also presented to 22 of the graduates. The graduates recently completed the 34-wcck clinical affiliation period at hospitals in the three state area. This is a graduation requirement. The reception following graduation exercises for graduates, family, and friends was hold in the Student Center. .__________________mHalloween was a fun filled evening of spooks for S.S.S. students as they dressed up in scary costumes, carved pumpkins, bobbed apples and other such nonsense. A gathering of goblins in the Redwood Room of the Student Center proved to be Halloween at its best. Odin Norum took first in the costume contest looking like a wizard; Peggy Randle took second. P.8.L. took first in the pumpkin carving contest with Electronics second and O.T.A. third. 59 iSERIES 1976 S.S.S.I)i. Clair T. Blikre LaVonnc Aadland Robert Abbott Idward I. Adams lames G. Aldrich Wesley O. Allen Bernard K Anderson I iwin J. Anderson Kenneth J. Anderson Harlan I. Arneson Colin Bailey Orlin I). B.ikken Duane C. Ballwcber Barbara A. Bang Marlys Baumann |oen M. Bloom Kcatb Bore hen Arthur Boss Peter W. Bower Patricia Bramcl Roger G. Bramcl Bernard M. Broplty Ronald P. Brooch Carol I Brungardt Harold Bruschwein John D. Carlson Mary H. Carter Dr. R.J. Casad Ewald K. Christenson Larry Christensen Helen Church Nela Coghlan Robert C. Davey Donald W. Davis Arnold Derko John E. Derry Dayle Diet John G. Doering Donald J. Doerr Alvin C. Eckre Robert C. Egge Julian lie (klund I 62 a • . • • r; i ,'i-r i'. •. • Donald W. I iijicn Konneth R. I ngh Barbara i ickson f rrol Erickson Dairi'l Fssig Jean I vonstad Donald C. I auss John II. I oley Gerald lorMor Rodger I raase lean F reden Marlyn I redone ksen Donald I ul[ Marlin VV. Cable Robert). Gem Robert S. Goroski Allan Grage Mary Ann Grage Richard Graham William |. Gros Roy Hackney Charles). Hanson Fdoard M. Hany ewski Richard A. Haskell Non Hassurnani Richard A.»lauck lean H. Haugen Charles G. Hegel Vernon I. Heklner Belly Heldslah Hlaync Helgeson Leah Rae Henke Harold W. Henning Charles VV. Henry Clifford A. I letmes Bernard I. Ililgers Arne K. Hinsvcrk Mario O. Hinsverk Spencer O. Hokcnson Richard I. Holm Everett M. Holtz James A. I lorton 6364 Sherman H. Iloseth Jewilt N. lacobson Paul licobwn Or. David G. Jachning Delores Jensen Owen Jensen lames C. Johnson HildingC. Johnson James I. Johnson LorcnU I. Johnson Lowell F. Johnson Neal H. Johnson Carlecn Joseph William Jongblocd Russell E. Kastcllc Jerrold L. Kemper Donald S. King Waller Kjar Wesley J. Klaahsen Henry A. Knight Ralph K. Knudscn Myron |. Koppang Thomas Korih Joseph G. Kragness Steven Krohn Mary Kroshus Tilford Kroshus Donald M. Kruckenbcrg Harvey G. taabs Erna Lam John Larsen Robert I. Lemkc Herman A. liberda Dale W. Light James Limmer Lucinda C. Lindstrom Edwin liltke Henry A. loock Verlin E. Lundgren Eugene A. Marcottc Carolita Mauer George E. May •ejjW'V'Twrr:—xttoic • 9 i;Harold I. Miller Eugene f Mische Irvin M. Moeller Monroe Moen Rene J. Moen Ralph Morbon Mercedes Morris Darrell Morrison Michael Morrison Robert Mracck Robcri E. Nisja Nciland E. Oas Neil C. Obcrg Sharon L. Oberg Elsie O'Donnell Clinton f. Olmstcad Arvid |. Olson Robert £. Olson Judith Peterson Robert H. Peterson CeneP. Pinkney Carmen Plummer Robert Poss Layton Prosser Waller C. Putnam John Reinbold George A. Rculaff Ardeith Richter Lawrence H. Richter Donald N. Rosley Joseph F. McCurnin Judith McDaniel Larry W. McDaniel Joseph K. McLaughlin Bjorn B. Moisted Lawrence P. Merbach Warren Olson John A. Osland Harvey W. Ostby Loran A. Palmer Gordon V. Patterson Dale R. PetersonLeonard I. Ru ika Mary Sand DdRay C. Sanders |ohn Scli.il Sam I. Schimelfenig Michael |. Schiwal I ynnwood Schmidt Phyllis Schmidt Warren I. Schuett Paul J. Schultz I ether Sc hul William Settles Laurie Skadsom Marty Skramstad Lee Soohren Mary Soohren Donald). Sperling Arlie C. Steen Donald W. Stevenson Jerald K. Stewart Raymond I Sick ken Stanley I. Sir ego Martin Stroliel Odin C. Stutrud Dean Swanson David V Sylvester Julian I. S r ur Philip R. Therou TimothyN Thompson James Iillman Donald |. Tobin Lorenz Tritten Grant H. Unkenholz Helen Vallager Ralph I. Viall Edward Viner Margaret Wall Paul I. Wawers Dean A. Wenker Edward t. Wcrrc Lowell £. Westfield Gary Williams 66MEMBERS — North Dakota State Board of Higher Education and Commissioners Vincent Buck, Jamestown, Chairman Dr. Robert C. Painter, Grand Forks Lester Stern, Wahpcton Harold C. Refling, Bottineau Richard McGee, Minot Mrs. James (Eleanor) Grahl, Bismarck Geraldine Clapp, Fargo Commissioner — Kenneth E. Raschke, Bismarck Associate Commissioners — Lloyd Nygaard, Bismarck Dr. Richard L. Davison, Bismarck Director of Physical Affairs — Floyd Case, Bismarck All Graduates and those in attendance for two or more terms are 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 us NOW! NORTH DAKOTA STATE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION BECOME PART OF THE GROWTH AND CHANGESERIES 1976 S.S.S.Doug Roice, Ken Sampson, Bob Oslby, |ohn Bing, Oale Schlollcldt, Jeff Bostow, Spencer Cid-dings, Arnie Schaff. S.S.S. Harriers Hurry On The N.D.S.S.S. Harriers after a long hard run of a season under the excellent coaching of Owen Jensen finished in fair standing. They placed 5th in the Region XIII Meet and 4th in the N.D.C.A.C. Championship. Letterman for the year of 1975 were John Ring, Jeff Bostow, Spencer Giddings, Doug Roice, Ken Sampson, Dale Schlotfeldt, and Arnie Schaff. At the lime of this publication the awards for Cross-Country had not been awarded.HOI - i Opponent Concordia Valley City N.S.C. St. John's Invitational Valley City Jamestown U.N.D. Concordia Dual We They 36 54 7th 10th 9th 12th 27 29 44 19 6th 6th 27 29 S.S.S. N.D.C.A.C. Championship 109 Region XIII Meet 155Row 1: Dawn BOC, Julie Michclsen, Tammy Schultz, Robin Wirlz, 8arb Benda. Row 2: Karla Skoog, Becky Meyer, Sandy Reicrson, Karen Earles, Bea Benda, Deb Eckre, Bev Benda. Cagers Team Morale Remained High For the volleyball team as a whole, it was their second official season, with many more scheduled matches. For the 'Rookie' members of the team it was quite a change from high school slap-push the ball over style to one of teamwork, the bump, set, spike technique. Yet what the team lacked in experience was compensated for by enthusiasm. Away matches were always looked forward to, as each one proved to be unique. Things such as visiting the Williston Rehab, Bev hitting the ball twice and the referee thinking it was her twin. Barb, discarding the "Becky Special" (which helped keep everyone in shape), learning the bare facts about the Jamestown College pool, and the time-outs where everyone concentrated on one thing — satisfying their hunger. Coach Mary Ann Grage felt that "They were a great group and I feel that they never actually lost anything, but rather gained more skill and knowledge of the game." 72 nn aarvifnr.;;—X --i £ TEAM AWARDS Most Valuable Player Barb Benda Most Serves Karla Skoog Most Spikes Becky Meyer Row 1: Kevin Donnay, John Schwenk, Bob Collier, Jerry Nefzgcr, Mike Weigclt, Rob Brendcl, Dudley Homelvig, Kevin Foster, Phil Johnshoy, Jeff Hilgcmann, Pal Olson, Mark Kamphuis. Row 2: Dan Gefroh, Steve Olson, Dave VonKlompcnburg, Chuck Chaffee, Bruce Welle, Tom Simmers, Kenny Cannon, John forward, Jon Achlcr. Jerry Quenelle, Curl Barth, Tim Amsdcn, Bob BaltCS. Row 3: Tim Schlosser, Dale Minar, Cary Kiitclson, Jeff Waine, Al Rolling, Dan Bauer, Sieve Restcmayer, Alan Krebs, Greg McFarland, Mike Knoll, Haider Thompson, Jim Blauert, Brian Carr, Kevin Dcllaff. Row 4: Tracy Cody, Chris Weeres, Andy Schauer, Randy Wilson, Dean Christenson, Scott Anderson, Mike Puctz, Willie Lee, Jerry Bachmcier, Mall Krebs, Tmo Navarro, Gary Gilbertson, Dean Minar. Not Pictured: Brian Hilgcrs, Dan Pyle, Carrol Duerr, Roger Flieih, Mike Einarson. Football I I 75 Football Heroes Fooiball awards for the 75 season were: MOST VALUABLE PLAYER: Jon Achier. TRI-CAPTAINS: Cun Barth, Jeff Hilgemann, Kevin Foster. BEST OFFENSIVE LINEMAN: Kevin Foster. BEST OFFENSIVE BACK: Rob Brendel. BEST DEFENSIVE LINEMAN: Chris Weeres. BEST LINEBACKER: Brian Hilgers. ALL N.D.C.A.C.: Jon Achter. ALL REGION XIII: Jon Achter, Curt Barth. HONORABLE MENTION: Jerry Quenelle, Brian Hilgers, Curt Barth, Kevin Foster. 1Opponent We Garden City J.C. 14 N.D.S.U. Junior Varsity 7 Valley City 0 Mayville 7 Dickinson 0 Minot 14 They Opponent We They 29 Jamestown 0 42 B.J.C. 31 9 19 31 Iowa Lakes 16 Commercial 23 6 27 College Junior Varsity Opponent We They Bemijdi State 7 15 U.M. Morris 0 36 7576 WT"11' r » . a- i. "You guys wait. I'LL see why those girls Are in the dressing rooms .. 79'• : 1 ! i Basketball Row 1: Jay Vagis, Ed Dressier, Kirby Skoog. Mike Wcigolt, Del Schnaidl, Dclwyn Gron-ingcr. Row 2: Bruce Kilbcr. Rick Schmitz, James lee, Steve Kaufmann, Stan Stukcnholtz, Bruce Rcttig, les Bjore. The Stale School of Science Wildcats will be defending its North Dakota Junior College title during the 1975-76 season. We are sorry but at the time of this publication basketball season had not yet come to an end. We were unable to print the statistics and other information at this time. We hope you will forgive this inconvenience; we arc sorry. 80 —-I-'TJiM-IT ■- tl-li • 1 i rr.li I'.. ..with the teams lettermen. Cheerleaders to cheer Coaches to coachJ t And those darn refs that call the shots.Varsity Cheerleaders Val Wcningcn, Tami Snyder, Diana Hochhaltcr, Mary Caffrcy, Kim Morrison, Holly loosmore. VICTORY SONG I Go Science Go, ! Go Science Go, i We're All For You. j Go Win This Game It Will Bring You Fame For the Red and Black Rah! Rah! Rah! The Slogan is Right The Wildcats Will Fight, The Team That Others Dread Come On Fellows, Fight For Science School! 86 ’•KJW'OHL... 1Behind Every Good Male — Is a BETTER Female ... Rah! Rah! Sis! Boom! WHAT!! Wrestling Row 1: Grog Sjuvjgcju, Vin e Arkcll. Paul Marquart. Brad Carr, Dave Zeis. Kerry |ac-gcr, Haider Thompson, Curl Barth. Rick Pierce, Chris Weercs. Row 2: Ron Larson, Rod lohnsrud. Dean frish, Brian Carr, Marv Glaser, Ray Pikarski, Dave Van Klompenbcrg, Tim Grass, Dudley Homclvig. Row 3: |ell Allield, Alan Krebs, Cary Kittclson, Sieve Resiemcycr, and Tony Krebs. Coach Larry McDaniel Larry McDaniel is in his fourth year as head varsity wrestling coach after being appointed in 1972. He is a graduate of Minot State College and has his Masters from Moorhead State College. A former NDCAC wrestling champion in 1965-1966, McDaniel coached the 1974-75 team to a 10-2-1 record, one of the most successful mat seasons at the college. He was named Region 13 Wrestling Coach of the Year at the end of the 1974-75 season. Larry and his wife Judith have two sons, Lance and Layne. 88 ■ J - »i .2 .Wl i Sometimes down Sometimes Up Just hope You're on the top When the referee Counts down ... 89Wildcat Wrestlers Number One in Invitational Tourney The Wildcat Invitational was held on January 16th and 17th, with the Wildcat Wrestling team taking first place. Six NDSSS wrestlers won individual titles totalling the winning 104 points. NDSSS winners were- Greg Sauvageau 118 lbs. Paul Marquart 134 lbs. Brad Carr 142 lbs. Kerry Jaeger 158 lbs. Haider Thompson 167 lbs. Curt Barth 177 lbs. Team Captains Cre8 Sauvageau Kerry Jaegar Student Managers Brad Carr 'nc y Fleck °--I- Curt Barth Brenda SlettenGirls' Basketball Row 1: Caihy Mauch, Dixie Gripcnirog, Holly Kadoun, Jean Rick, Cindy Hendrickson, Peggy Phillips. Row 2: Donna Maczkowicz, Becky Meyer, Holly Tabcrt, Karla Skoog, (ill Minjr, Karen Spil er, and Vicki LaFloe. Missing: Brenda Billund. Go Girls GO!! Hard work and determination were two major characteristics of the girls' basketball team, coached by Owen Jensen. The team was rather small in number, but they put forth just as much effort. However, it wasn't all work and no play. Trying to pile up as many balls in the basket as possible, throwing Becky's shoes up on the hoop, and practicing the rebound drill that B. Meyer usually won were just a few of the special rituals one could find at their daily practices, including members of the boys' basketball team who came early to razz the gals. The team ended the season rating the season's highlights as the bus trip to Bismarck and the well executed defense during the Jamestown home game.76 Student Center Games Tournament MIXED DOUBLESOil place Dave Skadsem, Pal Englhardt, Laurie Skadscm, Vicki Englhardt. 9476 Student Center Games Tournament 9576 Student Center Games Tournament Brian Grotlc, Randy Geary. Anita Neuman, Charlie lenzmeier WHIST-lst place 2nd place FOOS BALL- Dan Harrington, Michcal Levis, Tom Molvcrson, Jim White. CHE$$-lst place 2nd place Charlie Lenzmeier Steve CupcrutPINOCHOLE-lsi place Tony Prath, Kevin Wheeler. 2nd place Dave Ophaug, Pal Bue. 76 Student Center Games Tournament WOMENS'BOWL INC- High Came Judy Peierion 9776 Student Center Games Tournament WOMENS' BOWLING-Pinheadi Colleen Murrey, Joyce Mihuka, Wanda Burke. 9876 Student Center Games Tournament HIGH CAME BOWLING- Jeff Hilgemann HIGH GAME BOWLING- Ed Dressier HIGH CAME SERIES BOWLING- Jim SoulisWINTER 100 Winter White flakes of new fallen snow cold crisp muffled sounds of the silent shroud.! Confucius says — "If, while being a student of the past, a man also understands the new things which surround us, he may be used as a teacher." £ • i -4'-.Who's Who Among Students In American Junior Colleges Who's Who is a coveted award given to those students who show responsibility and leadership in their college days. The students are chosen by an awards committee from a list of candidates submitted by each faculty member on staff. The students will appear in a special annual of Who's Who in American Junior Colleges and will receive a certificate upon graduation. Row 1: Sue Kaseman, Judy Maroht. Row 2: Vanessa Belyea, Cher-ie lee, Bruce Piatl, Doreen Frolek. 1 I I a 1 Row 1; Ka,„ Sieve. Banes Haeke,. Sha,» B,ause. Row 2: W, (hli. 0fle,dahl. Cu„ 104Row 1: Trudy Petsinger, Laurel Evenson, Cindy Fleck. Row 2: Kenneth McDougall, Mary Caffrcy, Dudley Homelvig. 1 .. -V: Who's Who Among Students In American Junior Colleges Row 1: Cinger Rogers, Dawn Pankow, Karla Enochson. Row 2: Steve Ackerman, Robert Haskell, Neal Kelncr. 105 All College Semi-Formal Everyone Welcome Sponsored By NDSSS Printers Club Music By Transit -Redwood Room-Miss Perfect Type Election - January 13-14-15 January 17th, 1976 9-12 p.m, Who Will Be ... Miss Perfect Type? Cindy Robinson Vickie Hoselh Karen Marcotte International Printing Week was celebrated by printers all over the world from January 12-17. The Printing Department of N.D.S.S.S. joined in the celebration by sponsoring the Printers Ball, a Miss Perfect Type election, and a display window contributed by the bookstore in the Student Center. The voting for Miss Perfect Type was held on the 13, 14, and 15. The candidates running were Vickie Hoscth, Vicki Lee, Karen Marcoiie, and Cindy Robinson. On the night of the Ball, January 17, Vickie Hoseth, was crowned with the title. Miss Perfect Type. Special guest, Don Cackle, President of the North Dakota Newspaper Association crowned Miss Perfect Type with a kiss. Afterwards everyone enjoyed dancing to the music of "Transit". Sue Kaseman, MC and chairperson of the whole affair worked hard along with the printers who helped put up the lovely decorations and escorted the four candidates. The ball was such a success that preparations for next year's affair are already on the way. ■At The Ball , Mr. Cackle crowns Miss Perfect Type. I President Blikre presents the roses to Miss Perfect Type. Mr. Cackle KISSES Miss Perfect Type!!! 108  'Miss Perfect Type 1976' Miss Vickie Hoseth 1093 i ? 1 I a S.-J For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: a time to be born, and a time to die; a time to plant, and a time to pluck up what is planted; a time to kill, and a time to heal; a time to break down, and a time to build up; a time to weep, and a time to laugh; a time to mourn, and a time to dance; a time to cast away stones, and a time to gather stones together; a time to embrace, and a time to refrain from embracing; a time to seek, and a time to lose; a time to keep, and a time to cast away; a time to rend, and a time to sew; a time to keep silenc e, and a time to speak; a time to love, and a time to hate; a time for war, and a time for peace. Ecclesiastes 3:1-8 ir •• ivJ'J St America America America America America America America America America America AmericaAmerica America America America America America America America America America America AA generation goes, and a generation comes, but the earth remains for ever. The sun rises and the sun goes down, and hastens to the place where it rises. The wind blows to the south, and goes round to the north; round and round goes the wind, and on its circuits the wind returns. All streams run to the sea, but the sea is not full; to the place where the streams flow, there they flow again. All things are full of weariness; a man cannot utter it; the eye is not satisfied with seeing nor the ear filled with hearing. What has been is what will be, and what has been done is what will be done; and there is nothing new under the sun. Is there a thing of which it is said, "See, this is new"? It has been already, in the ages before us. There is no remembrance of former things, nor will there be any remembrance of later things yet to happen among those who come after. Ecclesiastes 1:1-11 ii.lt N.D.S.S.S. RECOGNIZED AS BICENTENNIAL COLLEGE 6-191 R£COG ZED BY am£RjCan B£v XuT(ON 8 CENTEr Ai. COMMISSION The North Dakota State School of Science has been notified that the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration has accorded N.D.S.S.S. official recognition for participation in the Bicentennial Colleges and Universities Campus program. This recognition was approved by the State Bicentennial Commission and regional and national offices. Programs planned by the college's Bicentennial Committee will be developed under three required areas of the bicentennial program: heritage (historical programs), festival (celebration of America's past and present) and horizons (a look at the future). Vernon Hektner, dean of the Arts, Science and Pre-Professional Division at the college, is chairman of the committee. As a Bicentennial College, N.D.S.S.S. will fly a bicentennial flag, to be presented in a ceremony by the State Bicentennial Commission. 1 23 76J i Broadway Musical '1776' Presented as Part of Bicentennial Celebration Who will write the Declaration of Independence — another barrier for John Adams to cross as he deals with the Founding Fathers in the spirited song and dance musical, "1776", presented by the Continental Theatre Company. Broadway Musical "1776" was performed Monday, February 9 at the auditorium of N.D.S.S.S.. The lyceum is being presented in conjunction with special Bicentennial activities scheduled at the college. This patriotic musical about the signing of the Declaration of Independence will be presented by a theatre company of 22 persons from the Continental Theatre Company, Wichita, Kansas. The musical "1776" first opened on Broadway in 1969 and it continued to play for over three years. In its first season on Broadway, "1776" won both the New York Drama Critics' Award for Best Musical and the Tony Award for Best Musical. The musical about the human and personal conflicts of the Founding Fathers and how they arose to the greatness of that momentous occasion is modern in its sound. Fourteen songs in all carry the actions of "1776". When the insistent John Adams disgustedly comments on the way the Congress indulges in "Piddle, Twiddle and Resolve," the entire Congress chimes in as they shut him up with, "Sid Down, John." A rousing comic song and dance soon follows in which Richard Henry lee is maneuvered into an enthusiastic song about "The lees of Old Virginia.""1776" wasa heartening song and dance look behind the scenes of the events of that hot summer in Philadelphia. A Bicentennial Commemorative not likely to be forgotten. 115 ICross-Country Skiers Coached by Mr. Grage 116 dt FTT---- 991 vi» j k-' , r«. l!- Womens' Track Track practice in February? Yep, the dedicated track team and coaches are busy doing exercises while the rest of the campus is fighting the winter cold. Both the girls and the guys spring track teams are preparing themselves for future meets. They do exciting things like run up and down the stairs of Nardgaard 10 times during a slight February blizzard. The girls work out in the gym doing sit-ups, pull-ups, jumping rope, or hurdles. So if anyone is ambitious enough to run laps in 20 below weather they are sure to be a great success. Returning Womens' Track Lettermen: Vanessa Hackney, Mary Gaffrey, Sandra Schindler. Coach Dee Jensen. •v .'X' %« . i! IMens' Track Mens' Track Coach, OJ Jensen. Mens'Track Team FIELD EVENTS- Curt Barth, Bill Mauch, Larry Thorse-ness, Jim Banna, Joel Gcrmandson, Robert Mettler. LONG DISTANCE RUNNERS-Delton Mchlhoff, Bill Blazek, Dale Scholotfeldt, Jeff Bostow, Brian Baucher, Aaron Harrison, Arne Schaff. SPRINTERS- Kclly Glynn, Kevin Detlaff, Mike Wiegelt, Jeff Powell. 119The Newman Board Members are: Randy Wilson, Palsy Bosch, Cindy Wavra, Pam Henderson, Mary Gaffrey, Michelle Von Rueden, Mary Jo langcnwalter, Mick Geffre, Steve Ackerman, Mercedes Morris, Rev. Martin Cullen, Jeff Bostow, Kaly Sieve, Chuck Trai-ser, Cmdy Fleck, Tom Simmers, ArnieSchaff, Wanda Burke, Gerry lichtcr, Ron Woestc, Jeff Ehti, Tim Sinner Jeff Thomas, Dan Dcicherl, John Bing. Not Pictured: Bea Benda, Mary Ann Meries. The Newman Apostolate as a searching, believing, loving, worshipping community is a presence of the Catholic in the campus community. Dedicated to the service of human needs it is committed to witness and to minister in dialogue andcooperation withother communities always consciousof itsonencsswithotherChristianCommunions. The Rifle and Pistol Club This club is organized for the better understanding and careful use of firearms. Row 1: Morgan Johnson, Duane Nadeau, Steven Schurr, Myron Krueger, Sid Cayman. Row 2: Tom Moller, Dan Thompson, Lauren Homelvig, Dale Michealson, Dudley Homelvig, Paul Pederson.I Member are: Kim Rossow, Karla Enochsors, Bea Benda, Robbin Freilag, June Cjevrc, Karen Plcill, Charles Ross, Bruce Strand, (ill Walbcrg, Rcnac Crinde, Charlene Rodvold, Mark Anderson, Doug Roise, Brent Nelson. laurel Evenson, 8rian Ehlers, Richard McLean, Myron Michelson, Rod Scmmcn, |ocy Skudlarck, Darrell Rodin, Steve 8rcn, Darrell 8arstad. Ellery Coomlos, Shan Bergum, Joan Helge-son. Mary |o langenwaltcr, Kim Koppleman, l on Ortman, Bruce Olson, Barrett Miller, Larry Braatcn, ludy Christensen, Janet Stevenson, Mary lou Pelt , Esther Meth, Ruby Ackerman, Barb Althoff, Marilou Haley, Donna Kragncss, Brenda Traugcr, Joann Pratt, Karla Aancrud, Mary Nordick, Elena Lynnes, Janice Sommorleld, Dawn Pankow. Faculty Advisors: Ewald Christensen, Phyllis Schmidt. The United Campus Christian Fellowship United Campus Christian Fellowship, a nondenomina-tional organization, met weekly providing a time of singing, Bible study, Christian fellowship, and prayer. "The Lord's Creation", the gospel singing group, sang for various local functions throughout the year. Other special activities included a hayride, float decoration, speakers, snow sculpture, retreats, conferences, holiday parties, guest singers, skating, a picnic and a banquet. "For where two or three are gathered together in my name, there am I in the midst of them." Matthew 18:20 125Student Activities Board The Student Activities Board meets to plan social functions to keep S.S.S. students busy and entertained after their work filled days. They provide dances, movies and holiday parties for any student to attend. Row •: Nancy Ret lofl, Trudy Pctsinger, Barb Nelson. Row 2: Mary Joleskc, Jim Schilling. Sue Mcland, Terry Pctsinger. Not Pictured: Don Olfcrdahl, Kerry Bell, Jett Ehli. Circle K College and university students are becoming more and more interested in their surrounding environment. Disappearing is school spirit, trust in the government, confidence in the future. Increasingly students are involving themselves in shaping their surroundings. This increasing involvement has been characterized by what is termed the "student movement". Circle K International is in the forefront of this student movement. It is a collegiate organization that spans the globe. It is the world's largest student volunteer group having chapters on more than six hundred campuses. It is an organization that is sponsored by Kiwanis International, and which maintains self-direction. Circle K International is the "People Organization." Row 1: Mitch Malme, Janet Stevenson, Kathy Waldera, linda lake. Row 2: Dan Keller, Teresa Dauer, Steve Cupcrus. linda Schmidt. Row 3: Neil Kclner, Robert Sansscn, Sharon Horst, Van-nessa Belyca. Row 4: Robert Sccba, Kathy Manna. Kathy Zubrod, Duane Gedrose. 126 MAKE A FRIENDTODAY! MCMAHON HALL Jeanne Schmidt Soo Letkeman Vickie Erickson Marlys Axtman Michelle McGuire Cynthia Waterman KILEY HALL Lori Haas Bernice Sc her r Cindy Mashek Janice Sommerfield Sabrina Hassumani WAITON-SCHUIZ Janet Love Cindy Fleck Kristi Lien Katy Sieve Cyndi McKnight Mary Tangcn Terri Snyder Kathy Hardy Vickie Holt Jeanne Doonan Susan Meland Linda Lake Pat Tobin Teresa Weng BABCOCK Steve Cupcrus Robert Sceba Glenn Lindblad NORDGAARD Dave Solid Dave Sloane John Wolfe Kelly Thom Dion Jacobs Tom Black ROBERTSON Brian Carr Brad Carr Larry Knaus Derry Jaeger Haider Thompson SATTERLEE Dudley Homelvig Max Skaare Keith Williamson FORKNER-FORKNER ADDITION Marcia Pierson Barbara Young Jeannie Retterrath Camilla Holwegcr Debbie Morrison Ginger Rogers Nita Naaden Audrey Klein Cheryl Neumillcr Tillie Kraft Louise Schocnfelder Carol Quinn 127Amateur Radio Club The N.D.S.S.S. Amateur Radio Club members communicate with other amateurs in the U.S. and throughout the world. The club station also receives and passes on emergency messages and important weather information when required. Row 1; Joe Meeker, Nathan loucks, Mark Barite. Row 2: Dave Bcstc. Vince Gangelhoff. Doug Ro se, Jack Lorenz, Ken Kjar. Members included: Terry Richardson, Cary Peierson, Dale Hoyt, Tom Rains-bury, Ryan lemer. Marvin Morlock, Wayne Cralf, Ardcll Rice, John Seime, Jim lacobson, Kerry Heflin, Dick Trapp, Larry Hovland. Cary Spraii, Terry Lyk-ken, Lowell Christopher, Scott Smith, Jack Scibel, Devon Hanson, Steven Windier, Russell Mueller, Rod Krueger, Sieve Palmer, td Durry, Richard fuller Ck t C Ir.. Tun Sorensen, Davis Smith, Leo Even, Glen Meek, Larry Trapp, LeRoy Peter-V ClJ i0n. Lester Mutschelknaus, Al Buckmcier, Mike Olderbak. Rick Wastvedt, Wade Ackerson, Steve Ackerman, Charles Ott, Dennis Anhorn, Larry Gertz. a I I Lx Davis' Kcn Hanisch, Vcrn Wehre, Don Crcfl, Mark Muehlberg, Larry Li D Braatcn, Jerry Aase, Tim Crossnicklc. The purpose of the Vets Club is to provide a means for social and recreational activities. To provide a central medium of discussion of material problems and to provide mutual assistance to veterans on the campus. 128Row 1: Carol Adam, Sharmaino Schw3rtacnberger. Diane Denise. Row 2: Kathy Doherty, Linda lothspich. Row 3: Julie Gum , Georgia Berg, Cindy Galastcr, Edith Krabbenhoft, Lucinda Fictick. Row 4: Pam Gross, Ellen Elhard, Jo Jennen, Denise Carpenter, Cindy Viall, Bertie Sigl. Pom-Pon Girls Wildcat Kittens Row 1: Janet Stevenson, Ccorgia Berg, Peggy Freitag. Row 2: Trudy Pctsinger, Diana Locndorf, Kristi Lien, Chcric lee, Sandy Schindler, Pam Henderson, Patricia Larson, Cheryl Stutzman.Sacajawea provides a means of association and a spirit of friendliness among women students. The club promotes cultural, educational, service, and social activities. Sacajawea Members include: Darla Aanerud, Ruby Ackerman, Historian; Nancy Bailly, Reporter; Holly Bartuska, Kathleen Boll, Cindy Braness, Denise Carpenter, Sue Dicde, Jcannie Doo-nan, Doris Dose, Cindy Fleck, Julie Flynn, Donna Frit , Mary Gaflrey, June Fjcvrc, Renae Crinde, Mary Lou Haley, Dathy Hardy, Jody Hellandsaas, Secretary; Mary Henderson, Pam Henderson, Vicky Holt. Vickie Houghton, Carol Jenny, Jackie Jcntz, Nila Koll, Kathy lacher, Linda lake. Barb laumb, Cherie Lee, Teresa IcKang, Kristi lien, |anct love, Donna Mac kowicz, Judy Marohl, President; Vickie Matuska, lori McLean, Shirley Meidingcr, Cheryl Murrey, Norma Myhre, leora Peterson, Trudy Petsinger, Sandy Puctz, Jean Rick, Charlene Rodvold, Carol Rudel, Sharmainc Schwartzcnburgcr, Katy Sieve, Treasurer; Tammy Snyder, Tcri Snyder, Vice-President, Kathleen Sorum, Kathy Waldera, Deanna Wells, Louise Worn-kauf. Terri Wcng, Val Weninger, Debbie Wentz. Carla Hcrvcy, Mary Wcrran, Sheryl Higgins, Marsha Jordheim. Bonnie Schaack, Bonnie Young, Holly Tabert, Mercedes Morris, Advisor.Karate Team Members include: Tillic Kraft, Sue Shawn, Bill Piggors, Cory Wentz, Rick lessard, Judith Benzi, Jerry Vollmuth, Allen Cange, Leo Hoepfncr, Jack Vollmuth, Matthew Phelps, Curt Cavalier, Steve Linkletter, Instructor; Larry Knaus, Keith Peterson, Tom Visager, Yuscl Ben Abdalla, Frank Stucfcl. If we fail to speak with a man who can be spoken with, we lose a man. If we do speak with a man who cannot be spoken with, our words go for nought. The wise lose neither Man nor Words. Confucius 131Auto Body The Auto Body Club offers a scholarship for the firs! year student who is best qualified. Each spring, the members put on a banquet and the club is also involved in campus activities such as homecoming and Sno-Days. Members include: lary Bohm, Joel Frteke, Carl Jacobson. Cary Kiuelson, Glen Kolpin, Kevin Kubat, Steve Mark, Charles Mocn, Eugene Sandrey, Jerry Schock, Vice-President; lynn lohse, Paul Richter, Caryl 8eskoon, Doug Heit-kamp, Norris Olson, Pete Bender, Secretary Treasurer; Steve Johnson, Mike Lewis, Tom Fristad, Steven Colestock, John Donnelly, Rodney Fisk, Leo Gau-derman, Marlon Heidcn, Steven trey. James Jacobson, Mario Jodock, Robert Kress, Michael Kuchar, Bernard Morris. Daniel Morris, John Mourn. David Reyelts, John Sperlc, Kent Uran, Ken Alkire, Mike Allard, Jack Bcttenhausen, Joseph Bruggman, Wayne Coyle, Jon Hagen, James Haugen, Steven Kopp, Rick Lervik, Duane Nadeau, Lon Rylandcr, President; Daniel SundAllied Health Professions V;:- The purpose of the Allied Health Professions Club is to motivate and develop the interest of students for the health fields through the use of outside lecturers, demonstrations in medical areas, tours of medical facilities, and discussions of medical professions with those holding professional degrees and with those entering or about to enter a professional school. Through this the student obtains a broader awareness of the demands of the medical profession, a deeper knowledge of the profession, and the course requirements the student will need to complete his curriculum. This year the club observed the dissection of a dog, toured the Minn-Dak Sugar Beet Plant. Officers of the club are Jack Edwards, President; Donna Kragness, Vice-President; Michelle Von Rueden, Secretary Treasurer; and Don Fulp, Advisor. Members include: lay Helland, Jerome Sayler. Karl Sayler, Larry Novotny. Eugene Mauch, Randy Larson, Steve Rau, 8ruce Hanson, Warren Oalbec, Dennis Anderson, Dean Bubach, Dwight Comfort, Mark Hoffert, Curt Gci-bold, Marv Mastell, Warren Hanson, Neal Kelner, Mike Peterson. Robert Lon-ski. Vice-President; Scott Henley, Wayne Marchell. Randy Commit, Loran Chau-, Terry Trentysch, Rick Wicdeman, Richard Zent, Mike McCroric, Dudley Homelvig, Myron Kruegar. Garry Lachey, Tim Gross, )eff Ehni, Gary Horner, Dave fingarson, Scott Weller, Don Tiller, Roger Guenther, Myron Blumhagen, Daniel Misslen. Secretary Treasurer; Keith Wolff, President Auto Mechanics Auto Mechanics is an organization of young men interested in the mechanics of auto repair and upkeep. They tour manufacturing plants in large cities such as Minneapolis. They also participate in school athletics and organize club parties.Architecture Drafting Member include: Karen Syvcrtson, Judy Bonzie. Desiree Dalzell, Kristi Swallcy, Secretary; Peggy Freitag, Vickie Marohl, Tom Thompson, Vice-President, Denise 8uettner, Monty Woodley, Dorn Hinsverk, Doug Halvarson, Lornic Hach, Matt Phelps, Treasurer; Cary Zabel, Bryan Bowman, Michelle McGuire, Ben Hushka, Bill Piggers, Ross Dettman, Nancy Halle. President Barbara Bang Advisor. Desiree Dclzcllc, center, second year Architectural Drafting student at N.D.S.S.S. from Walhalla, looks over her winning metal building plans with President Clair T. Blikre, left, and Micheal Schaff, a director of Metal Building Dealers Association from Grand Forks. Desiree won first place in a metal building architectural drawing contest sponsored by MBDA at school. 3 Civil i Engineering Technology Interested in social and recreational activities or educating the general pub- lic on the importance of civil engineering technology? Then the Civil Engineering Technology Club is where you should be. The members promote the interests of their department through participation in the Homecoming Float Contest and the Snow Carnival, as well as providing discussion topics of problems and new developments in their field at each of their meetings. Members include: Clinion Zinke, Secretary Treasurer; David Baier, Keith Peterson, Robert Procive. Cory Granrud, Doug Unger, Steve Ackerman, President; lorry Click, Dan Deichert, Norat Thompson, Lynn Borland, David Solid, Paul Boger, Bryon Zachor. Chad Stroh, Earl Morrill, Vice-President; Jim Now-ataki, Darwin Ksislen, Gregg Gira, Grog Rugland, Clayton Schumaker, Don Raata, Kenneth Cannon. Dennis Johnson, Dennis Grueneich, Tom Hankey, Jerry Becker, Glen Davis, Pat Olsen, Matt Krebs, Neill Dobler. James Blauert. Allan Gange, Curtis Moseng, Ken Wilson. Billy Bomort. Bruce Erickson, Ronald McLeod, Mark Schumacker. Matt Schlagel, Linda Weinhardt. • Member include Sandy Cerwein, Mark Steffen . Dick Bu h. Treasurer; Audrey Klein. Secretary; David Eckenrodc, Keith Haugen, Tom Coehring. Ken Krein, Mike lill. Bruce Walth, Pat Virina. Dan Keller, 8em Sleeve . Patti Arbuckle, Jay Opdahl, Duane Benwangcr, Valerie Nagel, Vice-President; Rachel Palm. Pre idcnt; Jeanette Lewandowvki. Bruce Olson. Sue Schaan, Mark Jame . Kay Ro m, Norm Hickel, 8renda Shaffer, Creg Sorum, Mark Momerak, Cheryl Murrey, Jerome 8achmeier, Roger Holv ak, Steve Peterson, Kevin Haugen, Mar ha Jordhcim, Tracey lar on. Km long, LeeAnn Streit-matter, Sheryl Mahle, Tim Silbernagel, Martin Strobel, Mike Schivval and larry Chmtenscn, Advisor . Data Processing A newly organized group, but large and prospering here at Science the Data Processing Club. Throughout the year, the DP club sponsors various activities to get the students better acquainted with one another and to alleviate the pressures that go along with being a member of the DP department. Last year the club trucked themselves to Minneapolis and toured several computer centers such as CDC and Medtronic and it was such an educational adventure that they plan on doing the same this year. The club is also sponsoring a scholarship, in memory of Cary Adrian, to one person in data processing this year. Raising funds for this scholarship was started by the club last year and we hope to be able to continue with this tradition in the years to follow.Membcrv include. Denial Assistants: Came Bock, Susan Bovsman, Nancy Chapman, Carmclita forward, Debra Dvorak, Ellen Elhard, Julie Flynn, Renae Crinde, Pamela Cross, Mary Henderson, Patricia larson, Jacqueline Nickel-son, Charlene Rodvold, Rachele Schock, Sheryl Sergeant, Diane Sorum, Kim Swift gen, Jill Walberg Dental Hygiene Marilyn Axtman, Cheryl Baumgarten, Rebecca Carlson, Joyce David, Doris Dose, lynn Erickson, Linda funk. Darby Cast, Aurcl Halcrow, Joan Helgeson. Pamela Henderson, Vicky Holt, Shelley Honkola, Mary Jo leske, Kristi lien, Andrea tier, Debra Morrison, Kim Morrison, Roger Nelson. Teresa Rasmussen, Jeanme Retterath. Nancy Reulaff, Sherry Schaff, James Soulis, Karen Spitaer, Mary Tangen, Cynthia Wavra. Susan Belcourt, Nancy Bostow, Sharolyn Brause, Gwendolyn Carlile, Cynthia Dallas, Linda Delong, Jeanne Doonan, Judith Ehnert, Cynthia fleck, Mary Galfrcy. Kathleen Hansen, Kathleen Hardy, Diane Isakson. Duaine Kordovsky, Kathryn Lacher, Janet love, Cynthia McKmght, Mary Ann Mertes, Joyce Mihulka. Marilyn Nelson, Sandra Schindler, Katherine Sieve, Ginger Strom, Patricia Wocmak, Nancy Young V-3' f , Dental Auxiliaries The main purpose of the Denial Auxiliaries is lo cultivate, promote, and sustain the art and science of dentistry, to represent and safeguard the common profession, and to contribute toward the improvement of the health of the public. The Club also uses the Improvement Committee, consisting of Mary Ann Bodine, Pres.; Duane Kordovsky, V-Pres.; Diane Isakson, Sec.-Treas.; Sue Belcourt, and Judy Ehnert to bring about new ideas.Distributive Education Junior Collegiate DECA is a campus organization that provides additional fun and learning experiences to the Distributive Education Curriculum. Members include. Ed Samuelson, President; Sandy Kemmer, Vice-President; Brenda Becker. Secretary; Sharessa Kubih, Treasurer; Larry Korth. Parliamentarian; Candy Scholes. Reporter; Sherry Hanna, Steve Muklebust, Lucille Proohnow. Mary Bommersbach, Keith Wehrman. Com Merrick, Paulette Anderson, Michele Adams, Tom Gustafson, David Hulne, Todd Koehler, Paula Vondal, Susan Klostcrman, Inez Erickson, Tim Schuett, Markus Bopack, Ed Johnson, Dale Thosen, Dave Schcttler, Jeff Wieland, Pam 8ach. Ken Patience, David Sloane. Pat Getz, Dayle Dietz and Sherman Hoseth, Advisors.fry Member are: Tim Saylcr, Frederick Rove, Mike Rumpca, Kenneth Rieger, Rick Sando, Bill Sauber, Sam Samson, Paul Savcy, Bruce Schultz, Jeff Scheupp, Duane Schumacher, Wayne Schuster, Cary Smithbcrg, Vice-President; Gerald Streitz, Kim Swenson, James Thilmony, Ceroid Thurn, President; Gerald Traub, Jerry Uran, Paul Utke, John Vorthogcn, Leslie Volocheuko, Ron von Bruggen, Roger Volzke, Cal Volcsky, Roger Wesiero, Larry Weiand, Roger Wcstcro, Dale Wmengo, Jeff Will, Dale Wolden, Secretary; Robert White, Pat Zeltinger, Jan Colwell, Dale Dockter, Tom German, Ed Duffy, George Akerson, Dennis Albrecht, Robert Anseth, Brooks Annola, Elroy Aasheim, Louie Apdahl, Dale Bleechcr, James Bumgarner, Chuck Bchm, Kent Bartholomay, Ronald Bauch, Dan Bergeried, Kevin Black, Gcry Brandt, Martin Corey, Hirby Chapman, lamcll Christopher, Jerome Duchsherer, Lonell Dikoff, Dennis Dyk, Allan Dukart, David Engen, Dean Fox, Jery Gorroky, Dradley Hendrickson, Peter Haman, David Mellond, Duan Hiedeman, Harley Hallwader, Gary Hilbert, David Hoff, Devon Hanson, John Hanson, Larry Hoefs, Gregg Johnson, les Johnson, Tom Johnson, David Kasowski, Steve Karoy, Philip Kilian, Ross Kcier-lebet, Randy Kienzle, Gary Keirtenbach, Douglas Klein, Roger Kram, Rick Lessard, Ron Lenzcn, Leslie little, Kim Magnus, Myron Martin-, Michael Miller, Gary Mueller, Harold Myrdol, Lester Mutschelknous, Ed Meidinger, Tim Nelson, Allan Nteuwsma, Roger Olson, Paul O'Meara, Kevin Pederson, Roger Paulson, Keith Pohl, Dale Pfeifer, Treasurer; John Poping, W. Joe Porten, Jeff Powell, and Kevin Rieger. Diesel Mechanics Diesel Club provides a beiicr understanding of the job opportunities by providing field trips lo manufacturing sites, diesel dealerships and repair shops. The members concentrate on improving leadership and dependability through committee work and participation in club activities.Members include: Robin Dahlgren, Dan McCann, Earl Whiliman, Leroy Peier-son. Gary Trapp, Larry Trapp, Paul Hansel, Myron Eslinger. |im Dressier, Mark Evans, Scott Galdc. Robert Schafer, Kevin loll, Warren Boehler, Mark Spooner, Maurice Erickson, Mark Baer, |oe Kalen e, Mike Ko ojed. Mike Kupitr, Bob Hodman, Rick Bcrgsgaard, Terry Olson, Mike Newmiller, Richard Fuller, Gary Nenes, Jim Cook, Paul Hansel, President; Larry Trapp, Vice President; 8ob Hodman, Secretary-Treasurer; Robert Abott, Advisor The Environmental Systems Club is a club formed of the students in the Environmental Systems Department. The five divisions in this department are: Plumbing, Cooling and Heating, Sheet Metal, Mechanical Design and Plant Maintenance. The purpose is to promote friendly relationships between the different divisions and to provide an exchange of ideas between the divisions. Other than providing extracurricular activities for the students, there is a great educational benefit by having a club of this kind. Special speakers at meetings and field trips are an excellent way of learning about new requirements and design techniques that will be affecting our area of employment.Members include: Joe Wagner. Ron Neys, Jim Kaiser, Jim Pcda. David Wilkinson, Rodney Bornemann, Jeff Thomas, David Thiel, 8ruce Poppke, Rick Wcng, Roger Sonstegard. Robert frei, Tim Aincson, Cliff Hanson, Rodney Christ-mann, James Coeta, Richard Short, Mike Foster, Don Charvat, Gary Spooner, Randy Keim, Lynn Torgerson, Charles 8ailly, Steven Roethler, Rick Steiner. Terry Petsinger, Tim Schirado. Glenn Lmdblad, Wayne Dahlen, Larry Ohnstad, Fred Urlacher. Robert Thom, |ohn Wolfe. Mark Bartlc. Bruce Krebsback, Greg Black, Kent Lyng, Tom Kram, Thomas Schaff, Robin Hallstrom, £d Dressier, Randy Flaten, Newell Binde. Paul Brethein, Tom Stevenson, Kirk Lowe. Kim Banning, lay Kauuman, Ken Presky, Ron Woeste, Judd Foughty, Chuck Downs. Chalmer Dettler. Mark Jensen. Jim Tnska, Jay Werre, Gary Sawicki. Don Offerdahl, Jeff Ehli. Rodd McGruder. Mike Buckle. 8rad Kalbercr, Delton Mehlhoff. and John Thurn Electrical The N.D.S.S.S. Electrical Club consists of 1st and 2nd year students enrolled in the Electrical Tech, program. The club is designed to provide extracurricular activities in the electrical industry and social aspects of college life. For example, the club provides the opportunity for field trips, social gatherings, and club competition in various campus activities. T" Electronics Technology Members include David Johnson. ]im Nyhusmoen, Kevin Edwardson, Connie Krapp, Michael Crabow. Dan Paukost. Ken Nelson, Donald House, Kenneth Rose. Danny Mauch, Ed Schmit, Bruce Hillestad, Dale Hanson, Leo Hocpfncr, Ben Nelson, Jell Plai, Sue Nerdahl, Kathy Mohr, Dean Skaar. Row Waite, and Mike Geoffrey. All cnrollces in ihc Electronics Tech, program at N.D.S.S.S. are encouraged to join the Electronics Club. The club extends the active participation of students in the field of electronics through a diversity of programs and speakers. As a group the club competes with other campus organizations in activities, as well as undertaking projects and activities on its own. Prospective members are welcome to attend meetings to find out what Electronics Club can do for them as an individual.Members include: Randy Nelson, Linda Ostby, Dale Johnson, Peggy Randle, Mel Ellis, Marcy Black, James Braistod. Andy Schauer, Jeff Thompson, and Carla Hervey. Food Service The Red River Valley Food Service Club, under the supervision of Bill Settles, caters to the needs of those on campus by participating in all S.S.S. campus activities. The club strives to improve their image in the eyes of fellow students and tries to broaden their background in cookery via field trips.Members include: Timothy Bertych, Steven Brosviri Mj.k r„„,h Cuvkelly. Kevin Dctljlf. leo Even. Gfcgory Giro. William Gregory feff H«er Donald Herauf, Janice Hustoft. Joseph Keller. Paul Klinger, Lyle Monvebroten. Allen Nagel. Todd Ohlheiser. Marlowe Olney, Lorraine Owens. Michael Rath. Michael Renden, Danny Schmidt, Tim Sorensen. Rock Stewart, John Weigel, Thomas Wilkie, James Benton, Thomas Black. Kevin Braun. John forward. Blair Garrison, Lawrence Hendrickson, Carl Hovland, Wayne Johnson, Darnel Kelley. Cordell Loren , Dale Mmar. Dean M.nar. Craig Nathan I™ Notes. Donn Olson, Scott Schauer. lee Swenson, James Tibbetts. Wesley Valenta, franklin Weber, and John Weber. Mechanical Drafting Taking tours of factories in Fargo, and Minneapolis, is usually where one could find members of the Mechanical Drafting Club. While on campus though, they sponsor dances and participate in intramural sports and engineering contests. The club is also likely to assist in drawing up plans for the N.D.S.S.S. Robot, under the able leadership of Scott Shaver - President, Carl Hovland - Vice-President, Kevin Braun - Secretary-Treasurer, and Mr. Forester - Advisor.Occupational Therapy The purpose of O.T. club is to aid the student in deriving a greater understanding and enjoyment from the occupational therapy course and to provide a public relations service for the field of occupational therapy. Members include: Barbara Alt ho". Pj.ty Anderson. l«mU Bodensjemner. Julianne Dooley, Susan feltman, Grace Cunville. Lori Haas, louise lodsaas. lone Hopkins, Kathleen Kennedy, Ramona laserduc, Mary lewno, Esther Meth, Brenda Nielson, Elaine Olson. Hcidie Remund, louise Schoenfclder, Janice Sommerfeld. Paulette Sticka, LeAnn Wagner, Charlene Anderson, linda Benoit, Sandi Bernhardt, laurie Buechlcr. Kathy feist, Anita Froemke. Mary Lynn Hanson, Ronna Hanson, Sheila Hoselh, Terri Johnson, Cindy Jorheim, Kristin Knoff. Mariann lako, Cindy Mashek, Cormne Moch. Kristi Schlecht, Maroa Stalboergcr, Pam Swenson, Kathy Walen.Member include: Terry Snyder, Carol Quinn, Mike Still, Cindy Braness, Doreen Forlck. Terry Wing, Chcric lee. Jeanette Rimmereid, Sandy Piet , Aaron Harrison, Dan Keller, Shelley Anderson, Trudy Pctunger, Vanessa Belyea, Kathy Sorum, Karen Sauter, Nancy Olson, Mr King. Advisor. Phi Beta Lambda The purpose of P8L is 10 provide opportunities for post-secondary and college students to develop vocational competencies for business and office occupations and business teacher education. A Spring Leadership Conference is held every year in which each PBl Club in the state competes in such areas as typing, shorthand, Mr. Ms. Business Executive and Teacher, data processing and numerous other business areas. The club's main goal throughout the year is to work towards this conference for the betterment of both the club and its members.Member include Rob Hole, President; Kerry Bell. Vice-President. Sue Kaseman, Secretary-Treasurer; Randy Buntrock, Pat Engelhard!. Steve Berglund, Milo Hirning, Dale Michcalton. Brenda Trauger, Ann Thompson, Karen Benson, Dwight fee. Jack Peterson, Robert Olson, Advisor Printers Club Chairperson for the big winter event sponsored by the Printers Club was Sue Kaseman. Along with the help of the rest of the Printing Department put on the annual Printer's Ball, which was open to the student body. During ternational Printing Week, January . 17, an election for Miss Perfect Typ. was held in the Student Center. Oi he night of the ball, January 17, Vio Hoscth was crowned Miss Perfect Type. The ball was a great success with the president of the North Dakota Newspaper Association present along with other school officials. The club is also involved in activities such as tours of major print shops. In the Spring everyone gets together for their end of the year keg. Members include Ricky Disk, Tom Downham, President; Daryl Likbcrg, Doug Peterson. Kerry Hellin, Dully Harti, Rich Schall. Mike Weight, Steve Kotal-lick. Jell Westby, Bruce Hinky. Rensroid, Mark Larson, Dave Meyer, Vice-President; Steve Westerland, Guy 8arcndt, Bill Sick. Dali Siverson, Ken Plum. Francis Helland. Wayne Christensen, Treasurer, Michael Madsen, Secretary; Terry Schcpp. Bill Renyoids, Chuck Bengert, Gary Bercier, Duane Manson, Rick Fndres, Darold Klien, Greg Mason, Daraly Stcnsland, Charles Steckicr, Dewayn Dereks Refrigeration Club Refrigeration Club is dedicated to instill school spirit and to promote friendship along with the expansion of the members knowledge of their field.The Agawasie Staff SUE KASEMAN — EDITOR What does an editor of a yearbook do? Well . . . she smokes cigarette after cigarette wondering if all the deadlines will be met, she screams and hollers if nothing's going right. If she makes it until spring when the book arrives without having a nervous breakdown she'll sit back and wish she could have started all over again from the beginning. JEANNIE RETTERATH — CO-EDITOR A co-editor is someone who's never around when you really need someone to chew out but who always shows up with the best ideas. She takes over when the editor draws a blank, to save the day. AARON HARRISON — DARKROOM TECHNICIAN A darkroom technician is supposed to work in the dark, but not the dark of the night. He comes to the meetings with hickies and a new girlfriend every week. The lover boy out of the bunch. iHThe Photographers Chris Sonderby Ron Gill The Advisor 152 Del SandersThe Typists, Copywriters, and Company i 153WWWOpposite Page, Upper Left: Stage Band performing for a basketball game. Upper Right: Tim Schuctt on solo. Bottom: Dixyland Band conducted by Mr. George Helm. Near Left: "Ferocious" Kroshus and his son Paul. Bottom: S.S.S. Stage Band directed by Mr. Tilford Kroshus. ■ 155Near Right: Wildcat Singers, directed by Mr. Kroshus. Bottom: Barber Shop Quartet, also directed by Mr. Kroshus. Opposite Page, Top: Concert Choir, conducted by Mr. Kroshus. Bottom: Concert Band, conducted by Mr. George Helm. 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BUILDING CENTER BUILDING THEGREAT NORTHWEST FOR OVER 80 YEARS PH 642-5561 168Your Full Service Home Owned Family Financial Center Best wishes 10 .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 thinking Service at First National Bank Of Wahpeton An Affiliate of Northwest Bancorporaiion 169Cars Repaired and Painted at SIM'S Body Shop Highway 81 and 13 Phone 642-6928 Wahpcton, N.Dak. ASSTStCnShCCT IRON Wahpeton, North Dakota 58075 North Dakota Minnesota South Dakota Box 1005 Wahpeton, N.D. Box 865 Watertown, S.D. CORRUGATED METAL CULVERTS DRAINAGE, IRRIGATION AND CONTRACTORS' SUPPLIES WAHPETON FLORAL CO. STERN'S Area's Leading Young Men's Store STERN'S Clothing Company Wahpeton, N. Dak. 170CORNER DRUG Prescription Specialists" D.B. FOLDEN, Prop. 522 Dakota Avc. Dial 642-5595 Wahpeton, North Dakota SEIFERT'S JEWELLERS Keepsake Diamonds Bulova Caravcllc Watches Your Fricndly Store on The Corner Phone 642-5170 Wahpeton, N. Dak. CONGRATULATIONS... May good fortune smile upon you as you chart the unknown future. And may your every wish be realized. GLOBE-GAZETTE PRINTING COMPANY Printers — Stationers — Office Outfitters — Bookbinders North Dakota Legal Forms ABDICK Copying Duplicating Products and Supplies A DICK 171 Globe-Gazette, Wahpeton — "Since 1907 a good name to remember.'FARMERS and MERCHANTS STATE BANK OF BRECKENRIDGE BOX 218 • BRECKENRIDGE, MINNESOTA 56520 • MEMBER F.D.I.C. Bank on us for your future. Phone 643-6721 Breckenridge, Minnesota Consult Us About Your Insurance We Can Serve You Sincere Compliments of the CHAMBER OF COMMERCE WAHPETON NORTH DAKOTA G B ORGAN AND PIANO 507 DAKOTA AVE. WAHPETON, N. DAK. 58075 172"IT DOES MAKE A DIFFERENCE WHERE YOU SAVE" First Federal Savings and Loan Association Offices in Morris, Breckenridge, and Benson MEMBER ] RSLIC Stvngi L la n krtorarc Carp Your Stvingt Inturod to MO,000 G.M. ENTERPRISES, INC. BUILDING FOR A BETTER COMMUNITY 720 DAKOTA AVENUE Realty • Construction SEE US FOR GUARANTEED HOMES PHONE 642-8441 COOP Phone 642-5611 RICHLAND COOP OIL ASS'N RICHERD FLOCKOZ, MGR. 924 DAKOTA AVE. WAHPETON 173THE MOTOR OIL COMPANY FLOYD A. SWENSON Owner Slop at our complete bumper-to-bumper service station for lubrication needs. We are equipped to handle all makes of cars and trucks, able and ready to render complete and satisfactory service. Our complete line of accessories will take care of all your motoring needs. Phone 642-3121 SERVICE ISOUR BUSINESS W'ahpeton, N.D. TOWN and COUNTRY CREDIT UNION SAVE — BORROW 328 DAKOTA AVENUE YOU are the Owner wahpeton, n.d. 58075 PHONE 642-2020 ii c( u r o MITH MOTORS me Phone 642-6671 Dakota Ave 11 St. Wahpeton, N.D. 58075 RED PEPPER THE RED PEPPER 414 DAKOTA AVE. PHONE 642-6311 We Deliver 5:30 P.M. to 1:00 A.M. MEXICAN FOODS — Tacos, Grinders, Soft Shells, Chili, Tostados, Coney Islands, and Burrittos.MEIDE ANDSON INC. GENERAL CONTRACTORS BUILDERS OF: 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 Diesel Mechanics Building Environmental Systems Building PHONE 642-2641 WAHPETON N.D. For the finest Selection in Furniture. Appliances, Interior Decorating, Carpeting ami Drapes. CASPERS FURNITURE, INC. Vertin's Funeral Home BUN MUNSON — DOUG PETERSON BOB CASPERS SEVEN LEVELS OF HOME FURNISHINGS WAHPETON, NORTH DAKOTA North 5 3 Ave. Wahpeton Phone 642-4000 Our Creed — To Serve Every Family as if They Were Our Own 175NELSON BROS. CLOTHING 416 Dakota Avc. PHONE 642-3231 Wahpeton, ND High Fashion Mens Clothing 11 a.m. -10 p.m. Iiours all week YVahpcton Phone 642-4893 129 Dakota Ave. — Wahpeton BOX 705, WAHPETON, ND TELE. 642-5551 and Loan Association HOT LINE SPECIALISTS 176" PLUMBING HEATIN COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL WAHPETON NORTH DAKOTA PHONE 642-5559 Minn-Kota Cable TV, Inc. Serving Television Homes in Your Community Phone (701) 642-5355 114 N. Third Street Wahpeton, North Dakota Jj5 "THERE'S MORE TO SEE ON CABLE TV" FERRELL'S HALLMARK CARDS CANDY CANDLES PARTY CARDS GIFTS When You Care Enough to Send the Very Best 411 DAKOTA AVENUE PHONE 642-6431 177ALTSTATT PHARMACY TERRACE LANES Walgreen Agency BRECKENRIDGE, MINNESOTA S6520 Phone 643-3871 THULEN'S PIONEER MEAT MARKET "The Best in Meats” We Have the Knowledge and Equipment to Do Your Meat Processing Right Phono MJ-5S17 Bic kcnridj{c. Minnesota Fashions for Him Her CONGRATULATIONS GRADS TOWN COUNTRY SUPPLY Breckenridge, Minn. 3 4 Mile W. Hwy. 81-13 Wahpeton Welcome Students Li I legard Incorporated Where You Get a Good Deal, and a Good Deal More! IHC, AMC, Farmhand Hesston, Lilliston, Verstile New Holland, New Way Loaders Frontier, Steiger Tele. 642-6689 Wahpeton, N. Dak. 2V Miles West of Wahpeton 178WAHPETON LUMBER COMPANY 1011 DAKOTA AVENUE DIAL 642-3564 Quality Millwork, Lumber, Plywood. Cabinets, Insulation, Building Hardware, Roofing B WEmi FURNITURE HARDWARE CARPET Honda Polaris SAVE Discount Prices on Hardware and Furniture SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. Best Wishes Science Grads Phone 642-6634 Wahpeton North Dakota HEADQUARTERS FOR SCHOOL SUPPLIES Nationally Advertised — Locally Owned SYLVANIA STEREO AND TV Sales and Service BENjfFRANKLIN TT 40 0 101 AVI P AM»f ION Fine Products at NIELSEN ELECTRIC INC. 513 Dakota Avenue G.E. — Zenith — Singer Elna — Necchi Magnovox Television Sewing Machines WAREHOUSE GROCERY 315 Dakota Avenue GROCERIES FRESH PRODUCE FRESH MEATS No Membership Required 179SUPPLIES HOUSEWARES Otter Tail POWER COMPANY Yes, young people with the talents and technical background are in constant demand in the field of electrical energy. Thousands of skilled people will be needed in this challenging and growing industry in the years ahead. COAST TO COAST STORES 301 Dakota Ave — Wahpeton 'THE FUTURE'S BRIGHT FOR YOU ... IN ELECTRICITY' Together we can make it happen. WAHPETON NATIONAL BANK Your Time and Temperature Bank MEMBER F DIC Phone 642-5567 180Northwestern Federal SAVING AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Phono 642-8434 615 Second Avenue North Wahpeton, North Dakota METROPOLITAN Federal Savings and Loan Association FEDERAL SAVING LOAN INSURANCE CORPORATION BISMARCK FARGO WAHPETON GRAFTON MINOT SAVINGS INSURED UP TO $40,000 VALLEY CITY GRAND FORKS LISBON LANGDON WEST ACRES 181 P'uu ue, QaileAieA,' U if Is C' i til pO rts Scandanavian Imports V, PHILIPPINES delicately embroidered t. cloth handcarved woodworks fS shell wall decor. Special gifts fiom other countries for all occasions Use Our Bridal Registry Service Jtf SOLJE PEWTER IEWEIRIES j large Selection of Other riy FASHION JEWELRY “ft 642-5152 k HELES T. HUJ.O. OWMEH One Of The Finest In Gifts 605 DAKOTA AV WAMPETON W } % I ¥ GLENWOOD WATERS Grain Belt SQUIRT AND CANADA DRV Distributed By H H DISTRIBUTORS INC. Wahpcion leapin’ lizards...the students and faculty at state school of science are the greatest people in the world! and we like 'em all, don’t we sandy? - - daily news 182MOTELS Starlite Motel Valley Motel Individual Heat Tiled Showers Indoor Pool Steam Baths Dining Room Lounge 642-5528 Highway 81 13 Color TV Tub or Shower Bath Individual Heat Completely Remodelled 22 Units Clean Quiet Air Conditioned 642-6627 Junctions of Highway 81 13 Perham, Minn. Lisbon, No. Dak. Elbow Lake, Minn. Milbank, So. Dak. STURDEVANT'S WHOLESALE AUTOMOTIVE PARTS AND ACCESSORIES Moorhead, Minn. Wheaton, Minn. Oakes, No. Dak. Hawley, Minn. Wahpeton CASSELTON, N. DAK. North Dakota CLIFF LOBERG FORD, INC. 614 Dakota Avenue WAHPETON, NORTH DAKOTA 58075 HERM'S RADIATOR REPAIR We Guarantee All Radiator Repair Work RAY KOENIG General Sales Manager Phone 701-642-5546 Always the Finest in Service HERMAN MITZEL, Owner Prompt, Courteous Service "Give Us A Try" 101 8th Street South Dial 642-6966 Wahpeton, N.D. 183JCPenney The Values arc Here Every Day Dial 642-4131 Wahpeton, N. Dak. Phone 642-6790 TEEN VILLA 308 Dakota Ave — Wahpeton Z0-XV' -" I - - $ -HcnjcJOHN'S AUTO AND TRACTOR BRECKENRIDGE, MINN. 56520 Dodge Dodge Trucks LOLL AUTO IMPLEMENT CO. Ph. 642-5541 Wahpeton, N. Dak. FLAA OIL COMPANY Texaco Products and Goodrich U.S. Royal Tires Gas. Oil, Tires Batteries Greasing and Washing Dial 642-3451 901 Dakota Ave. Wahpeton, North Dak. WAHPETON AUTO PARTS INC. Since 1925 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 642-6629 Wahpeton, North Dakota 185MUSIC CITY 415 Dakota Ave. Wahpeton, N.D. WAHPETON CLASS AND PAINT COMPANY Leon Novctzkc Owner • Wallpaper • Picture Frames • Plate Glass • Auto Glass Phone 642-3563 Wahpcton • O'Brien Paints • Paint Brushes • Mirrors • Art Supplies North Dakota CUSTOM INTERIORS INC. RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL 701-642-6111 EMBASSY BUILDING DAKOTA AVENUE Wahpeton, N. Dak. 58075 UNITED INCORPORATED BRECKENRIDGE, MINNESOTA YOUR ONE STOP SPORT CENTER Glastron Boats Bolens Garden Tractors Athletic Equipment Lund Boats and Equipment Athletic Uniforms Mercury Motors Sno-Jet Snowmobiles Travel Trailers Johnson Motors 643-4559 Sportswear 186Wahpeton Drug Company THEREXALL STORE Phone 642-4331 Wahpeton North Dakota 58075 William ). Grosz, R. Ph. Prescriptions — Cosmetics — Gifts Russel Stover Candies BRECK STYLE SHOP BRECKENRIDGE, MINN. 56520 MYRT PETERSEN LIDGERWOOD STYLE SHOP LIDGERWOOD, N.D. 58053 OLSON JEWELLERS 506 DAKOTA AVE. WAHPETON, N.D. 187"UIR_ Manufacturer of Truck Box's Truck Hoists Drill —Fills Chiael Plows F.T.A s Tool Toters Cultivators UHL-RICH WAHPETON, NORTH DAKOTA 58075 BOB'S FAIRWAY FOODS BEST MEATS IN TOWN OPEN 24 HoursSTUDENT CENTER North Dakota State School of Science Wahpeton,N. Dak. 58075 — Bookstore — Food Service — Game Room — Information — GAME ROOM Bowling — Billiards — Pin Carnes Serving your needs is our business! FOODSERVICE Students' choice ol well balanced meals. 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V S We'll live our lives the way we planned, 204 HHBEAUTIFUL DAY for the Rest of Your Life! 207208 Well, another year has come to a close and all we have left is memories, old friends, new friends, and the dreams of things to come. Quite a treasury. With our newly acquired knowledge we go forth into the world alone to become what we please. Our dreams are plenty, our resources abound, the will of the youth is strong and will help the world as it matures into adulthood. I hope that as you take this book with you, you will find the time to just sit and page through it, remembering the days of your carefree youth and all the friends, the joys, the sorrows, and experiences that went with it. May the best of luck be with each and everyone of those dreams which are yours and may they come true to benefit mankind. Please remember, "The happiest miser in the world is the one who saves friends." A yearbook remembers, may we remember together. 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