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

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You and SSSWE’VE GOT THE TOUCH YOU AND SSS NORTH DAKOTA STATE SCHOOL OF SCIENCE WAHPETON, ND AGAWASIE 1985 CONTENTS 1 Spring 27 Autumn 32 Students 58 Faculty 68 Sports 85 Winter L10 College Divisions 120 Organizations .-•♦AT'-o ISSdH Those of us who had previously journeyed down this often traveled road called college knew what to expect before the year ever began. The more studious among us anticipated long hours of hitting the books and endless nights at the library. Money was hard to come by. Once we had it. it was even harder to hold on to. Money in our pockets to plunk down that first semester's tuition was an accomplishment in itself for a lot of us. Cooking hamburgers. pumping gas. waiting on tables and painting houses. We did all this and more, only to stand in line in August and watch those hard-earned dollars leave our pockets and be replaced by things called tuition, books, dorm rooms and meal tickets. We realize now that it was all worth it. We will always remember the long hours we spent in class. But for most of us there was more, much more. We will never forget the numerous parties, the multitude of new friends, new experiences and good times we had here at NDSSS.JU'.f Agawasie Day 1984 I , NDSSS is wrapped up in tradition. Traditions are F as much a part of NDSSS as baseball and apple I pie is to America. To keep traditions alive, once again we celebrated Agawasie Day. People everywhere. Good food, good music, and best of all the yearbook. As we page through the yearbook to seek familiar faces, we smile inside as we remember the priceless experiences we encountered. Few things change each year, rather the events revolve around tradition. And. perhaps it is better that way. because NDSSS itself, is a tradition. Va .. LV RIGHT: At the coronation ceremony. Barbara Pans! was crowned NDSSS Homecoming Queen by President Blikre. Her attendants were Rhonda Olson and Jo Eastby. Pictured also is the MC$ who were Ma-chclc Swagcl and Monty Stelfens. The escorts for coronation were Rick Schulz. Jon Darling. John Brmggold. and Rick Simonson i.L_ WHO SAID IT'LL NEVER RAIN ON OUR PARADE'?.' Homecoming is a special event at NDSSS ... even when its raining. We associate Homecoming with a football game, cheerleaders. tug-o-war. coronation, and the parade. But what is Homecoming? Homecoming is the time of year when we honor the students who have graduated from NDSSS. The NDSSS Wildcats celebrated homecoming in October. The Homecoming Committee. which included Faith Reimnitz-chairper-son. Monty Steffens. Angie Schepp. Dave Merbach, Lisa Luick. Peggy Anderson, and Ron Goroski. were busy planning the activities which made Homecoming so successful. For our enjoyment there was a tug-o-war. Winning this event was Automotive Technology followed by Diesel Technology. The parade consisted of several floats and bands from NDSSS. Wahpeton. and area high schools. Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing placed first in the Wildcat Division of clubs and departments’ floats. Second place went to Environmental Systems. In the Red and Black Division was Pre-Engineering. with Architectural Drafting and Estimating coming in second. Following the parade, the Wildcats were victorious in their attempt to defeat Bismarck JC. The weather did not damper the fans spirit as they boosted the Wildcats to finish with a 17-0 score. LEFT: Homecoming Queen Candidates were Rhonda Olson. Jo Eastby. Mary Jo Holm. A Rose Vetter. Roxanne Vrcm. Sandy Gaughan. Lance Senger. and Barbara Parisi. A[Jj=3((] he constitution of the till state of North Dako-ImsBUI ta in 1889 provided for a scientific college at Wahpe-ton. Actual operation of the North Dakota State School of Science had begun in 1903. The college has. from its inception. been organized as a two-year institution. It is the second oldest continuously operating public junior college in the United States. The institution was one of the first to enter the vocational education field when the Trades and Technical Divisions were organized in 1922. and since that time the college has played a leading role in promoting vocational and technical education. NDSSS is comprised of five different instructional divisions of Technical. Business. Trades. Arts and Science, and Continuing Education. NDSSS is open to any man or woman student, not only from North Dakota, but from throughout the United States and the World, who can benefit from the more than 69 various curriculums. This junior college is located in Wahpeton. a city with a population of over 9,000. It is in the southeastern corner of North Dakota at the head of the Red River. During the academic year, students are interviewed for jobs by employers throughout the country through the college job placement office with no cost to the student. North Dakota State School of Soence V jOtwtQ Omou ieon I VI,.., I. % I. IfIrJ », r-- ' ' "lb., 4.. I. ft- toll.,. . ...I .«■.«! .Ilk I - W. ... I. Ikrt h a. I. Im tMHrti rkttrrtm. w I- w.k v,ii ik.- m »..« •«« I- ' »,! (all f..|r IUI. !h MlfC, II. (Aally, —,k, I— l,i. iMlfmfIMjl Itt.i ... "l«.k .nk l»a MV,-, IV (M.. w r I- I- l« I,...In -f I . IV mm v-H. TV Oil... illliv. ... U.llll.. IV.I ■ Wk- a I Ik .1-1..I « .J. W IklMnU. tW , 1. l4N l rlin ••• .. .n'-.ii Viv niltnik i„ k ,i in imUnlM,) r»,-4». Olh.f twilit.f.,1 IW .■Wr lk ! ,.• .' wii.l «» . .• 4rrrl«tarM. .jr Ifcl. l»i- ‘ l». ..14 -I fl.lain |i »l r ik ov|i...i •■ !« ••. t" ' . 'ik... -a. pi ... r.-,k." — II.. k'ltk l',kul. Mill kkvl ..| . I..V.. 2 President Clair T. BlikreParents’ Day Draws About 1,000 The Thirteenth Annual NDSSS Parents’ Day was held on Friday. March 30. Parents' Day officials were pleased with the turnout of parents and relatives. Special activities included campus tours, open house of residence halls and laboratories, welcome programs and shop and equipment demonstrations. There was also three identical programs which were highlighted by the NDSSS Stage Band and the Wildcat Singers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nault of Havre. Montana received the Wahpeton Chamber of Commerce farthest distance silver tray award. They traveled 750 miles to visit their son. Parents' Day 3l" »■ Sweetheart Crowned Mary Bernhardt, a first year word processing specialist student from Strasburg, was crowned NDSSS Campus Sweetheart during coronation activities at the annual sweetheart ball. From the 15 candidates, Bernhardt was among the three finalists vying for the title. The other finalists were Sue Gibson of Leonard and Beth Johnson of Wahpeton. 4 Sweetheart Dance-w Wildcats Tour North Dakota The Wildcat Singers and Stage Band performed at several concerts during the year. Along with the concerts scheduled at the college. they performed at 13 schools during a five day spring tour. The two music groups were scheduled for 15 concerts in eastern, central. and western North Dakota. Some of the cities included were Fairmount. Minot. Bismarck. Williston. Colfax. Hankinson. and New Salem. 6 Spring Music !K£73S MIntramural Softball NDSSS gives both men and women a chance to relax and participate in sports they enjoy! One of the highlights that spring offered was the clashing of the intramural softball teams. To break away from the sometimes tedious routine of classes and studies, students work together to show the fun and excitement of softball. This sport was available to anvone who wanted some physical activity. Intramural Softball 9I- I" I i i i SSS Places Third At the North Dakota Collegiate Athletic Conference Tournament held in Valley City, the North Dakota State School of Science tied for fourth place. Dave Gette and Ed Weigle were semi-finalists in doubles. The Region XIII tournament at St. Cloud proved to be more successful for NDSSS as they finished third. Earning second place in number three singles was Dave Gette. Lynn Robinson along with Brian Pederson placed second in number three doubles. Lynn Robinson also placed second in number five singles. The team is coached by Al Grage who described the season as being so-so. Coach Grage told us that they didn't do as well as he had hoped they would at the NDCAC. but he felt they played their best tennis at the region tournament.I t I i “Tennis is a competitive, but also a very relaxing sport. Probably the main reason that I play tennis is that it is an individual sport and a team sport. You yourself is all that controls your own outcome, but this outcome can then contribute to a team effort.” Bob Young “I played tennis for four years in high school so I decided to continue at Science. I’ve always liked tennis because it's one-on-one. so if you lose there's no one to blame but yourself." Dave Gette From Row Dove Gcllc. Jay Kelly. Lynn Robinson. Back Row: Art Gustafson. Ed Wcigk?. Bob Young. jnd Brian Pederson Mens Tennis 11Tennis Team Finishes With A Disappointing 2 8 1985 Looks Hopeful "The 1984 tennis team was an inexperienced. young team. It was mid season until we had a full squad.” commented Coach Grage. The North Dakota State School of Science Lady V ildcats finished with a 2 8 record. The team had many tie breakers won by opponents. There were four tiebreakers in the Valley City match with them winning 5 1. Two tie-breakers with Concordia J.V. and in a later match with Concordia J.V. in one of our double matches. Coach Grage said "our 2 8 record is not really a true picture of some exciting matches." The 1985 tennis team is hopeful with three returning letterwinners — Audrey Iverson. Angie Jelinek and Rhonda Olson. Members of the 1984 tennis team are: Front Row: Lori Messerschmidt. Deb Doedcns. Brenda Floyd: Second Row: Rhonda Larson. Angie Jelinek and Audrey Iverson. Womens Tennis 13I Mens Track Three Qualify The NDSSS mens track team completed a successful season by capturing second in the Region XIII track meet. Qualifying for the NJCAA National meet in San Angelo. TX were Joe Randall, discus; Charlie Lawson, high hurdles: and Terry Godfrey, javelin. Here are some of the results at the Region XIII track meet. Bill Frieder-ichs won the high jump. Joe Randall won the Discus. Thad Schethan received 4th in the 1500-meter run. Bob Larson placed 2nd in the shot-put. Terry Godfrey placed 1st in the javelin and 2nd in the pole vault. Greg Brusven finished 3rd in the steeplechase. Marty Erbes received 3rd in the 800-meter dash. Charlie Lawson won the 110-meter hurdles. Tim Foley placed 5th in the triple jump. Andy Geinhart received 4th in the 400-meter dash. AWARDS; Most improved-Bill Frie-derichs. Hardest Worker-Brent Schmoltz. Most Valuable-Bob Larson. CO-CAPTAINS-Marty Erbes and Charlie Lawson. Owen Jensen was named Region XIII Coach of the Year. Front Row: Terry Godfrey. Marty Erbes. Mike Kusnievek. Jim Sampson. Jay Solbcrg. Charlie Lawson. Dave Kerim. Dale Icopici. Tim Foley: Second Row. Steve Herman. Jeff Coen. Rick Kraft. Tim Wahl. Greg Brusven. Casey Blankenship. Mark Stahl. Craig Flaa. Todd Hermanson; Third Row Brent Schmalt . Dean Nash. Keith Haag. Roger Mogard. Steve Booth. Andy Gemcrt. Bin Holt. Joe Randall. Dave Jahnke: Back Row: Paul Bramel. Darren Leier. Don Burkhart. Bill Fricderichs. Brad McRoberts. Bob Larson. Thad Schethan. and Ben Bush. 14 Mens TrackWomen’s Track Finishes Second Sprints, hurdles, and jumps were NDSSS Women's Track team strengths this year. A second place finish in Region XIII included champions Sandee Goedeke-200 meter dash. Brenda Breitling-Triple Jump. Adele Kemp was named Region XIII Female Athlete for her meet record performances in the 100 meter hurdles. long jump. 100 meter dash, second place finish in the high jump, and anchor leg on the champion 400 meter relay. At the NJCAA National meet in San Angelo. TX May 17-19 Adele Kemp placed eighth in the long jump and the 100 meter hurdles. The 400 meter relay team placed ninth. Dee Jensen was named Region XIII Coach of the Year. NDSSS established college records in the 100 meter dash. 100 meter hurdles, long jump, triple jump. 10.000 meter run. and hepthathlon. AWARDS: Most Improved-Darnell Pfiefer. Hardest Worker-Diane Moenkedick. Most Valuable-Adele Kemp. CO-CAPTAINS-Lori Kilber and Julie Lewis. 1984 proved to be a year with many outstanding performances. Front Row: Adele Kemp. Sandee Goedeke. Julie James. Julie Lewis: Second Row: Audrey Iverson. Darcy Pulst. Lisa Arnhalt. Cindi Anderson. Lori Kilber; Back Row: Carla Kurtz. Darnell Pfeifer. Brenda Breitling, and Oione Moenkedick. 16 Womens Track61 P'Pueo t .1 t t NDSSS Graduation May 24, 1984 Commencement exercises were held at the new Harry Stern and Ella Stern Cultural Center on Thursday. May 24. 1466 students were honored. The commencement address was given by Charles Flaa. a 1951 NDSSS alumnus and manager of employment programs for IBM Corporation in Minneapolis. Minnesota. NDSSS President Clair T. Blikre and Dr. Jack Pfister. a member of North Dakota State Board of Higher Education. Wahpe-ton, presented degrees, diplomas and certificates to the graduates who participated in the ceremony. The departments with the largest number of graduates were Diesel Mechanics in the Trades Division and Computer Programming in the Business Division.)Li LPN Graduation LPN Graduation was held Friday. April 6 at the Harry Stern and Ella Stern Cultural Center to honor 73 NDSSS Practical Nursing students. The nursing students completed 46 weeks of pre-clinical studies and affiliated training at area hospitals to acquire their diplomas. The commencement address was given by Dennis Doran, administrator at St. Francis Hospital, Breckenridge. Presentation of pins was made by Dr. Ron Hutkin. vice president of academic affairs and certificates were awarded by Dr. Michael Morrison, dean of NDSSS Arts and Science Division. Graduation 23r RECORDS AND TAPES HOME STEREOS CAR STEREOS: SONY. PIONEER MUSICAL ACCESSORIES GUITARS SHEET MUSIC 110 North 5th St. Breckenridge. MN JCPenney 413 DAKOTA AVENUE CATALOG 642-8404 STORE 642-4131 DIAMONDS WATCHES " Dodge Cars Dodge DodgcTftde LOLL'S DODGE White Farm Equipment 701 4 th Ave. So. Wahpeton, ND 642-5541 CASEY'S BAR Live Entertainment Fri. Sat. Area's Leading Young Men's Store Wahpeton. ND STERN'S CLOTHING COMPANY WAHPETON AUTO PARTS INC. since 1925 Local Distributors Of All Makes Of Automobile And Tractor Replacement Parts - Garage And Filling Station Accessories And Equipment - General Wahpeton. ND Welding Supplies Equipment 642-6629 Ads 25™, STURDEVANT’S AUTO SUPPLY w«s „ ASHLEY, ND LISBON, ND Wholesale Automotive Jt£2 Z MOORHEAD, MN Parts and Accessories WHEATON, MN ELBO LAKE, MN CASSELTON, ND ALEXANDRIA, MN WAHPETON, ND HANKINSON, ND CONGRATULATIONS May good fortune smile upon you as you chart the unknown future. And may your every wish be realized. GLOBE- GAZETTE WAHPETON. NORTH DAKOTA COMPANY Printers-Statbners-Office Outfitters-Bookbinders •North Dakota Legal Forms WAHPETON, ND Ads 26 28 Registration 2,932 Students Enroll A point-of-view makes the difference in education. The way you look at college is the important factor. A thousand moods and hundreds of ideas. These elements explain why the North Dakota State School of Science will give you the quality education you need. The traditions of the past are blended with the new to assure quality programs. The faculty is there in their fullest abilities to go all out to help NDSSS students. They are able and dedicated people who go the extra mile to help students succeed. The classes and activities are held in old and new buildings. Old Main, the oldest building on campus, exemplifies the old. and the new. Although this building has been remodeled, it reminds us of the past and the established practices and customs that have stood the test of time. "Back to School” means many things. It is a time of leaving home, going through registration procedures, meeting new people and having to learn to be independent. Students get a chance to adopt new attitudes, set new goals, and in general, become more mature individuals. This fall. 2.932 students enrolled at NDSSS. Science School has students enrolled from many different states and foreign countries. NDSSS is recognized for its well-known reputation and its dedication to the philosophy that NDSSS is "Where Students Learn by Doing." You may be assured that this college will continue to utilize the old with the new to continue its proud traditions and its abilities of excellence. k, vRegistration If f t flf I himJanie Jasin Speaks The faculty of NDSSS held their annual orientation meeting prior to the first day of school to prepare themselves for the coming year. Entertaining them was Janie Jasin (top-left) who is an inspiration-giver by profession. A dynamic. sensitive and entertaining speaker. Jasin captivates her audience and leaves them feeling refreshed, renewed, and just plain better. 30 Faculty Orientation 1Aamold Terry. Mayvillc Aarons Tammy. Breckonndge. MN Abdel-Gham Wacl. Khaitan Kuwa KU Adrian lorry. Bornesville. MN Adscm Steven. Edmore Aichele Cmdy. Steele At-Fatah Fahed. Al Ronda Albertson Sheila. Cogswell AJmc Todd. Balfour Aman Dale. Bismarck Amundson David. Bowman Anderson Curtis. Valley City Anderson Dobra, langdon Anderson Greg, leal Anderson Harvey. Pelican Rapids MN Anderson Kevin. Miles City MT Anderson laJuana. Havana Anderson Linda. Colehorbor Anderson loo. Sheldon Anderson Michelle. Watcrville IA Anderson Shelly. Rosholt SO Anderson Tori. Turtle lake Anderson Troy. Appleton MN Anderson Vince. Lanmore Andre DeAnna. Hunter Anhorn Sue. Max Ankenbauer David. Kenmare Annell Marty. Minot Appclt Mark. Mmot Arens Jean. Groccville. MN Arlicn Jonathon. Driscoll Armstrong Brian. Rolla Arndt William, Aberdeen SO Arncson Dawn. Wahpeton Arnhalt Kevin. Wolvcrton MN Arnhalt Lisa. Campbell MN Aronson Tim, Harwood Arvidson Steven. Rolla Ashland James. Hillsboro Auch Tcri. Hatkday Axtman Donna. West Fargo Axtman Peggy. Rugby Baesler Darren. Bowman Bacs'er Steven. New Leipzig Bactlt Kristin. Marion Baglien Carla. Norwich Baglien Sheldon. Norwich Baker Caryn. Wahpeton Bakke Austin. Inkster Baiiweber Barbara. Wahpeton Bansc Thomas. Rolla Bart Richard. Miles City MT Barta Bonita. Wahpeton Barta Rodney. Lisbon Bartti Date. Thiel River MN Barth Jeff. Doran MN Barth laVonne. Breckenrrdge MN Barthel Jon. Mott BarthoJomay Shirley. Wahpeton Bosehore Rosalind. Kent MN Bates Monty. Abercrombie Bauer Holly. Dodge Bauman Diane. Gauview MT Beach Kyle. Carrington Board Oougtas. BowbellS Beck Jclf. Vctva Becker Michael. Wyndmere Beit Daniel. Hillsboro Belgarde David. St. John Be:ie Randy. Cando Benda Todd. Sioux Falls SD Benya’ApiKul Chukuan. Bangkok Berg KollMJ JO. Barncsville MN Berg lorry. Gotchutl Berg Owen. Forgo Bergeman David. Stirum Bergquist Verna. Wahpcton Bernhardt Calvin. Tuttle Bernhardt Joe. Linton Bernhardt Mary. Strasburg Bernier Michelle. Abercrombie Bernton Carol. Sanborn Bcrtsch Andy. Mmol BertSCh Bryan. Oakes Bcrtsch Cckna. harvey Bcrtsch Jason. Etlendale Beyer Jonathon. Dickinson Beyer Michael. Fergus Falls MN Bice Scott. Killdcer Biegier Lon. Edgcly Brewer Jerome. Wahpcton 8igwood Charles. Mooreton Binder Layne. Wales Bmgharn Laura. Hannaford Birchem Kimberly. Rosholt SD Bishop Scott. Okkinson Bjerklic Knsti. Mekmock Biadow Darwm. Breckenndgc MN Blair Jill. Maida Blankenship Kelly. Wahpcton Btom Kristine. Menahga MN Boatright Randal. Wahpcton Bock Allen. Cogswell Bodvig Todd. Tappen Boc David. Minot Boeder Duane. Sheldon 8oehm Norman. McOuSky Bohlm Cloe. Broddock Bohm Rickie. Reynolds Boisturc Gma. Cassciton Boomgaarden Andrew. Jamestown Boschec Pamela. Zeeland Botner Chad. Park River Boutiette Frank. Wahpcton Braaten Kyle. Reeder Bradow Pam. Fergus Falls MN Brandenburgor Kay. Rosholt SD Brandenburger. Kim. EBondalC Brondner Oaryl. Mandan Brandncr Jerome. Redtield SD Brandt Jody. Kramer Brandt Warren. Upham Brandvotd Lee. Ryder Brannen Doug. Forgo Gotland Carla. Sheldon Braunagcl Justin. Chosclcy Breitling Brenda. Roscoc SD Broker Karen. Rutland Students 33Lk. Brendcn Kan. Rothsay MN Brenk Shelly. Frazee MN Brenno Stove. Watford City Brooks David. NewRocklOfd Broudard Both. West Fargo Brouiltord Vital. Park River Brown Barbara, Beach Brown Dan. Sheyenne Brown Larry. Cartwright Brown Mason. Faylkton SO Brown Patrick. Fergus Fotls MN Brownell Knsti. Pine River MN Broxmeyer Chock. Bismarck Bruggmann Anito. Fort Yates Brunette Mark. V i'liSton Buchholr Frank. Anamooso Buckhouse Charles. Wahpeton Bu ike Nancy. Underwood MN Buhl Joseph. GraCCville MN Burian Jell, Sentinel Butte Burrcr Byron, Wing Bush Bennett. Argusvillc Buske James. Oaks Bussman Brian, Milnor Bustad Cindy. Wahpeton Buttcrlicld Steve. OiCkmson Buss Zoe. Breckenridge MN Cahill Brad. Wahpeton Christiansen Peter. Milnor Christiamson Nancy. Glenburn Chnstmann Bruce. Steele Clark Juke. Browns Valley MN Colbenson David. Stanley Cole Tommos. Page Colvert Shareen. Breckenridge MN Conn Eugene. Roscoe SD Conrad Roger. Davenport Comemius Mark. Breckenridge MN Cook Darin. Woodworth Cook Mitchell. Kibdcer Cookman James. At ce Cote Ouane. Rolette Cotter Norccn. Wahpeton Cousins Michael. West Fargo Croppsey Kim. Presho SD Cross Mary Sue. Wahpeton Cruden John Cutshaw Chad, Enver ado Oagman Grace. Linton Dagner Mike. Mmol Dahl RandaU. Fargo Dahle Dean. Wahpeton Oahlen Kevin. Michigan Oahlgrcn Daniel. Breckenridge MN Datbey Scott. Fordviile Dale Terry. Shelly MN Dalrympte Karen. Wahpeton Daly Sandra. Donnelly MN Danielson Fay. Arviita David Dorene. Lidgerwood Darvis Brett. Grafton Davis Richard. Huron SD Davis Richard. Wahpeton 34 Students Callaghan Michael. Yankton SD Carey Karen. Gettysburg SD Corkgtt Joy. Stanley Carlblom William, Fort Ransom Carpenter Lon. Lttchwllc Cliapin Dean. Lemmon SD Christensen Kip. WahpetonIk Dawson Shawm. Duty Decker Jackie. Milnor Decker Jell. Milnor DeCole.iu Emil. MN Oeike Harlan. Wahpeton Dciti Nancy. Grand Forks Oomaray Darwm. Tappon Oepnest Tom. Palmer AK Oerheim Charles. Minot OesRochcs M.kc. Fargo DeWitt Jason, Jud Oewit Troy. Tappen Oiekmann Maiy. Beardsley MN Oict Annette. Beach Omga Byron. Voltaire Oockter Charlene. New Rocklord Ooelmg Gene. Bordulac Doie .ii Brian. Wahpeton Doll Daniel. Dumont MN Ooll Patricia. Almont Ooll Paul. Kintyre Doll Sheila. Kmtyrc Dooiely Joseph. Wtieatiand Doran Devonne. Pelican Rapids MN Doran Michael. Pelican Rapids MN Dosch Kathy. Strasburg Drangsholt Wayne. Mohall Drees Keith. Emerado Driggers Oella. West Fargo Drok Douglas. Ludlow SO Dronen Tim. Steele Droubic Jill. Staples MN Dochshcrer Brent. Ballour Duda Duane, Sheycnne Dukart David. Beulah Duilum Steven. Dickinson Dunham Lon. Felton MN Dutenhooller Erie. Roscoc SO Dutenhocflcr M hclle. Eureka SD Dworshak Jerald. Dickmson Eastby Jo. Fergus Fails MN Ebach Daniel. McClusky Ebei Kerry. Fessenden Eberle William. Hague Eckart Robin. Martin Eckroth Danielle. Flasher Edvail Nicole. East Grand Forks MN EhteH Barbara. Wahpeton Ekberg John. Wheal on. MN Ellmgson Mark. Edgctey Ellingson Mike. Brockonndgc MN £lvad« Jamal. Fargo Elsbcrnd Dana. Crosby Engel Brenda. Mandan Engelhart L«sa. Ventura Engen LynettC. AivardO MN Engct Lance. Powers Lake Engwicht Mark. New Salem Engwicht Mike. New Salem Enochson Kyle. Wahpeton En mmger Kevin. Bismarck Erdmann Susan. Barnesvillc MN Enckson Beth. Brcckcnndgc MN Erickson Clark. Cavalier Erickson Ron. Esmond Erickson Roy. Williston Erie Darryl. Powers Lake Eriksson Lars. Finley Espohen Gregg. Park River Evenson Bruce. Stanley Students 35 1 I 03 7 Q rl| 2 o| pi m £ r- 2 - TO •£. c c 5 5 ? ; A s = S x " C 5 j.o x -HSOOOj-a. '? 3 - V p £ 5 S ?. • I a t! o S fi ims ??§?? 145?;! • ■- £’ -" S «s:f ? fit ! iSS is 3 ■n 'W 2 x S — ■» o «S| § ?rt- t 5 5 S § |S-- ?c|f ill fe :Mwrwwr •• -•%- o - O c £fs ?;g s: i z ;■ ■■ .-603.- ; O r- -Co a. ■ 5S o - : S’ = •» -I MfI S q 5• 6.9- -nr, unm sl slsl 7 iiS-SsS o?5- 5= s $ t e 11 Ifffisss 2 2 2 “ c x 3 o o S 2f$2 2 2 3 2 . 2 f 3 «?! O' 05? f £f ?-9 I Sf SI Gicl cn Laurie, Dickinson GiibCf I von Mark. forgo Gilbertson Pool. Jamestown Gilbertson Tommi. Jamestown Gillstrop Glen. Mohall Jiro Pamela. Hankmson Gist David. Fairbanks AK Glandt Paul. Valley City Goedoke Sandra. Cass Lake MN Goeser Loren. Munich Goeser Myron. Mmol Goeser Terry. Cabo Goetz Ouane. Richardton Goodnough Janet. Vihcaton MN Gooisbey Kori. Oelomere Gordon Jeffrey. Wilton Gorder Harold. Wahpeton Gormsen Lonnie. Grand Forks Gotaas Frank. Fargo Graham Scott. Baker MT Granticr Marty. Watford City Greenmyer Kcvon. Stirum Grotcar Deborah. Pisck Grcnvik Nancy. Wahpeton Grieger Karen. Amenia Griggs Marlon. Breckenndge MN Grmager Sandce. Wahpeton Grmdc James. Fargo Gruce Michael. New Salem Grohs Becky. Dumont MN Grondahl Kimberly. Rivcrdalc Gruba Kim. Wahpeton Gruhot Mark. Wahpeton Gruhot Ronakl. Crookston MN Gubrud Carofc. Fmgal Guenther Kurt, OiCkmson Gulbranson Eric. Fairmount Gullickson Karm, Abercrombie Gulsvig Paul. Javana Gumcringor Conme. Esmond Gunderson Kenneth. Chester MT Gussiaas Rebecca. New Rockford Haas Kathryn. Turtle Lake Haas Ronald. Canova SO Haas Vickie. Carrington Haffner Loann. Garrison Hagc Jeffrey. CoHax Hagen Deborah. Minot Hagen Susan. Minot Hager Bradley. Ornn Hager Cheryl. Orrin Haimrast Paula. Ddamcrc Halvorson Oav d. Fargo Hammer Brad. BarnesmSe MN Hammer Gregory. Detroit Lakes MN Hammnch Bruce. Ipswich SD Hampton Jooiene. Depcre Wl Hanmg Jonathan. Oriska Hansen Melody. New Salem Hanson Randall. Argusvilie Hanson Scott. Fergus Falls MN Hanson Scott. Fargo Hanson Tammy. Mifnor Hardmg Jancl. Kcnsal Hanng Lynel’e. Cayuga Harmel Kirby. Rugby Harr Oarcy. Streeter Harrington Arthur. Wahpeton Harstad Robert. Rogers Students 37w.' I Hart Bfucc. Fargo | H.vthun. Terry Fergus Falls MN Hasan Jamal. Fargo Hasbargen Dona. Wheaton MN Masscbrock Mark. Dickinson Has Shelly. Eiiendale Hatchard Laurcne. Minot nation Robert. Devils Lake | Haul Todd. Makon Haugen Richard. Cliltord Haugen Sheila. Inver Grove MN | Haveika Gregg. Dickinson ’ Havcriand Shelly. Abercrombie Hayes Monte. Minot Heagiey Lisa. Jamestown Hcckcr Todd, Bismarck Hcdnch Virgil, West Fargo Heger Todd. Underwood Hegstad Gerald. Povwks Lake Hcidclbergcr Kenneth. Fergus Falls MN Heilman Annette. Wahpoton Heiman Wayne. Dickinson Hcimdal Todd. Clear Lake IA Hetse Mark. K3lhryn Heiser Darryl. Tower City Heitkamp Cheryl, Kent MN Hejlik Candace. Lakoia Held Wendell. Bisbeo Heley Michelle, lidgerwood Helsiad Brian. VAiuslon Hendricks Scoil. Beardsley MN Hendrickson Christine. Walcott Hendrickson Kathy. Bmlord Henes Wendy. WMhston Hensch Renee. Doran Heraul Stanley. Dickinson Herlmdahl Barbara. Baker MN Hengstad Paul. Mohall Herman Steven, Freeman SO Hcrmanson Richard. Towner Hermanson Tracy. Lisbon Herrmann Mark. Zap Hortzell Terry. Calvin Hess David. Terry MT Hetlelved David. Bismarck Heyen Monica. Colfax Heyen Wesley. Coilax Hickman Jesse. Breckenridge MN Hdkcn Kipton. Wilton Hillncr Gerald. Langdon Hil endagcr Ardeil. Rugby Hingst Janet. Breckenridge MN Hinnchs Robyn. Wahpeton Hinsvcrk Dorn. Wahpeton Hirsch Lisa. Cogswell Holer Robm, Turtle Lake Moll Timothy. Perley MN Holler! Keith. Rugby Hoflncr Andre. Esmond Hoistad Karen. Rutland Holcomb Paula. Gwmner Holland Jacquclmc. Browns Volley MN Hodi Deborah. Grand Forks Hohvcgcr Timothy. Wahpeton Hoi bauer Douglas. Breckenridge MN Hol bauer Jean. Breckenridge MN Hol er James. Bismarck Horner Valeric. Strasburg Horner Wade. Slasburg Hovind Daniel. Gackie 38 StudentsI I Kalvik Arlcn. Hannaford | Kanten Jana. Milan MN Karber Tift . Clark SO Kaseman Lou. Loveland CO Kathrem Teresa. Dickinson Keller Holly. Tenney MN Keller Jane. Wahpeton Keller Mark. Gwmner f Kciter Robert. Wahpeton Keller Scott. Tmtah MN Kelly Sandra. Sidney MT | KelSCh Ty. Mott ' Kelstrom David. Bismarck Kemp Oebtxe. Park River Keohane Michael. Beach Ketterkmg Gina. Zeeland Kctterimg Terry. Zeeland Kiclfer John. Casseiton Kicifer Patrick. Fargo King Kevin. Foirmount Kinkle Susan. Surrey Kmnischtjkc Robert. Bismarck Kirkland John. Keene Kitchen Robert. Dickinson Klayson James. Rolette Klein Allen. Norwich Klem Julene. Breckenndge MN Klein Peter. Hankmson Klem Tamara. Zeeland Klepetka Sandra, Hankmson Kimc Jeanctlc. Breckenndge MN Kiipfei MichOt, Ashley Klosterman Cara. Moorcton Klostcrman Janet. Mooreton Klundt Darrel. Allred Klundt Julie. Gackie Klusmann Tracy. New Salem Knapp Samuel. Farwcii MN Knaup Nancy. Oickmson Knoell Lonnie. Wofverton MN Knokc Richard. Edmorc Knutson Gary. Tuttle Koble Cynthia. Orake Kocnuck Lonnie. Crooks SO Koehler Lou. wahpeton Koeppe Glen. Claire City SD Kok Gary. Pla a Kokesh David. Yankton SD Kotar Cordell. Taylor Kolling Elmer. Wahpeton Konrad Carol. Jamestown Kopseng David. Harvey Koranda Stephen. Wahpeton Kordovsky Duame. L'dgerwood Koschncy John. Great 8end Kostuck Kathleen. Lisbon Kouba Corson. Regent Kracmor Sheila. Lidgerwood Kram Janet. Osnabrock Kram Runme. Langdon Kramer Joseph. Linton Krause Jeltrey. Jamestown Krause Jody. Kreutncr Date. Reviiio SD Krueger Jetfroy. Minot Krueger Leann. Fargo Krueger Lee. Wheatland Krueger Neil. Fargo Krush Nicholas. Wilton Kuchynski Susan. Dickinson dO Students I 1) j I) [ I I . • p - ° Kfwsh Ronald. Fair held Kuchar Richard. Edmorc Kuhn Darcy. SVahpeton Kuhnhcnn Todd. Towner Kundert Kyc. Minot Kurtz Carla. Cackle Koschei Lon. Wahpeton Kusler Douglas. Baker MN Kvamme Lcland. Palermo Latountaine Tern. Mandan Laird Myles. Milos City MT Lantmcr Lon. West Fargo Lange Reylan. Wilton Langland Rita. Nome Lansing Jason. Grafton Lanz Robert. Valley City Larson Bruce. Webster Larson Joel. Almonl SD Larson Rhonda. Wheaton MN Lashman Todd. Upham Laulcnberg RandaU. Alice Laulmann Janet. Wahpeton Laufmann Robert. Humboldt SD Laumger Ronald. Esmond Lawrence Richard. Breckenndge MN Lawson Cynthia. Lamourc Lazur Troy. Reynolds Lechier Paul. Beach LedOux Troy. Antler Lee Maroa. Trail MN Leier Perry. Napoleon Lemon Dann. Breckenridge MN Lcininger Kevin, Wheaton MN Lcksc Dennis. Terry MT Lcmcr Loren. Valley City Lemmon Rebecca. Wahpeton Lenton Marten. Norwich Leonard Robert. St. John Levin Tammy. Hunter Lewis Jodi. Forman Lewis Ken. Sheldon Lewis Steven. Fargo Lewis Terry. Sheldon Lien Thomas. Worroad MN Lien Toby. Dalton MN Lies Michelle. New Rockford tiling Trou. Larimorc LJIestoi Jolene. Wyndmere Liilestol Juke. Wyndmere Liilcstol Lynne. Wyndmere Lilly Gayle. Aberdeen SD Limcsand Scott. Lamourc Lmdberg Barbara. Stanley Linder Marlm. Nashua MN Lmdstrom Paul. Hallock MN Link Bruce. GoodrdiCh Link Carmen. Campbell MN Link Johnny. Golden Valley Luka Scott. Maddock Liska Shanon. Rivcrdolc ■ ■ Students 41 J-I LiSke LOO. BrOCkonridgC MN Lillie Janet. Wahpcton loehr Sloven. Starkweather Loepp Walter. v ahpclon Lopicnski Genetic. Mayvite lO'aas Sandy. lidgcrwood Loren Gary. Langdon Loren Karen. Fargo Lucy Michelle. Powers Lake luick Lisa, fairmount Lulay Gregory. Grand Forks Lund Barbara. Bismarck Lund Kristi. Endcrlm Lundotnst Valerie. Gary SO Lunstad Gladys. Crosby Lupkes Joctla. Moorhead MN Lut Rodney. Underwood lyinan Oann. Grace City Lyson Rory. Williston Maag Alan. Wallace SO Mackiem lee. Wadena MN Mahler Beth. Wahpcton Mahler Lon. New Rockford Mahrer Thomas. Forman Maki Linda. Belden Malbraaten Gary. Underwood MN Malstrom Tammy. Havana Mansheim Joseph. Sidney MT Marc hand Monte. Harvey Marie Robin. Rogers Martcny Robert Jamestown Mar the Timothy. Esmond Martin Dav d. Halbday Martin Grace. Lisbon Martmeau Norman. Walhalla Mart Karla. Cando Mathias Arlene. Stirum Mattson Jams. Rock lake May Alicia. VaBey City May Oawn. Park Rapids MN McCallister Richards. Onska McCarty David. Sawyer McDonnel Steven. Graccville MN McKilnck Kevin. Bowman McNabb David, Pelican Rapids Mccce Robert, walhaiia Meidmger Kent. Edgeley Mcidmgcr Li . Zeeland Meland Nancy. Sisseton SO Mcrbach David. Wahpcton Merck Marty. Karlsruhe Mert Lyndon. Jamestown Mctcall Coaccn. Wahpcton Meyer Kathy. Mmto Meyer Michael. Dickinson Meyer Shelly. Flasher 42 Michaeisohn Warren. Encndatc Michaeison Lmda. Fargo Mickelscn Brian. Pierre SO Mikkclsen Kelly. Langdon Mikkeison jodee. Mmot Miller Daniel. St. Anthony Miller Darin. Gwmncr Miller Keith. Bottineau Miller Leslie. Stanton Milter Tracey. Forman Minder Su anne. Wdmot SD Mitchell Debra. Casselton Mobcrg Hailie. Mohall Moderow Mark. Sheldon StudentsI • Mohn Jod . Buxton Monroe Dana. E Hood ale Monsen Clayton. A ncgard Monson Marlowe. L'tClvnllc Moody Beradme. Argusville Moore Jason. Bismarck Moos JiM. Zeeland Moos Kelly. Ventuna M or ben John. Wahpelon Morgan Oan. Elizabeth MN Momson Karen. Nechc Morse Susan. Mmol Morlcnson Pauline. Eh aboth MN Moss Gary. Center Mouisoll Paul. Breckonndge MN Muchlcr Anita, fmrmounl Muggli Beniamin. Miles City MI Mu mm Stacey. Wahpelon Munter Jamie. Mayvdle Musial Thomas. Whitelish Bay Wl Mussetter Bryan. New Ellington SO Myers Clyde. Alscn Myers Jay. Collax Myers Karen. Colfax Myers Tamara. Fergus Fails MN Myrvik Dann. Edmore Myrvik Paul. Edmore Nagel Kurt. Strasburg Nagel Thomas. Bismarck Nash Dean. Hillsboro Nash Naomi. Hettinger Naull Roller I. Havre Ml Navratil JodCCn. New Ellmglon SD Nchrwg Kathleen. Bowbclls Ncibaucr Marlene. Mandan Nelson Dean. Sharon Nelson Jellrey. Milbank SD Nelson Jonathan. Watlord City Nelson Kay. Hutchinson MN Nelson Roger. Garrison Nelson Theresa. Walcott Nelson Todd. Kcnmare Nesdahl Lana. Minot Net Gary. Sidney MT Neumann Steven. Fergus Falls MN Ncumillcr Robert. Mcrccr Newport Cheryl. Minot Ngo Phuong. West Fargo Ngo Toi. Pelican Rapids MN Nguyen Oung. Wahpelon Nguyen D ung. Bismarck Nguyen Ngoc. Fargo Nielsen Cindy. Breckcnndgc MN Nielsen Steven. Starkweather Nielsen Vem. Willow City Nies Adam. New Salem Nicss Brian. Sawyer Nixon Thomas. Mandan Nord»ck Ktm. Wahpeton Norton Ocana. New Rocklord Novak Clinton. Bismarck O'Brien Jim. Valley City O'Brien Michael. Detroit take MN Odcgaard Darnel. Anotan Odcgord Bradley. Underwood MN Odenbach Bradley. Woodworth Officer Loric. Gwmncr Ohlhauscr Henry. Litton Olsen Craig. Mandan Olson Beverly, Lankm Olson Brenda. Hettinger Students 43Olson Brent, landlord SO Olson Darcy. Devils lake Olson Donna. Hettinger Olson Douglas. Blanchard Olson Kam. Watford City Olson LcAnn. Hettinger Olson Mark. Wahpeton Olson Marvm. Onska I Olson Randy. Maddock I Olson Raymond. Sisscton $D Olson Robert. Pelican Rapids MN Olson Stephen. Williston Olson Todd. Minot Oisvig Jennifer. Doran MN Ordahl Bruce. Milnor Osman Todd. Aberdeen SD Ostby Angela. Brcckenndgc MN Oslby Sluart. Douglas Oticno Rosalyn. Nairobi Owen Curtis. Dickinson Page Allen. Bismarck Palamuk Laurie. Bowman Palmer Allen. Bison SD Palmer Christopher. Wahpeton Parafmo Guerra. Fargo Parker Scott. Cofstnp MT Paulson Brenda. Arviila Pocka Gary. Lankin Peebles Oamel. Calvin Peltier Martin. Bclcourt Peptow Robyn. Velva Pcrala Rodney. Pelican Rapids MN Peters Pamela. Grand Forks Peterson Glenn. Kent MN Petersen Karen. Kent MN Petersen Theodore. Kent MN Peterson Douglas. Sabin MN Peterson James. Reeder Peterson Kenneth. Willow Lake SD Peterson Kevin. Grafton Peterson Van. Bat Review Pclrowitz Cynthia. Fmgal Potterson Kimberly. Fergus Fans MN Pfannsmith Larry. Fordville Pfau Jason. Esmond Plcilcr Darnell, Mmnewaukan Pleitle Robert, Breckenridge MN Pteniiigcr Michael. Villard MN Pfmgsten Dane. Leonard Picard It William. Bottineau Piccfiowski Sara. Browns Valley MN Pierce Julie. Pelcan Rapids MN Pierce Sandra. Chattce Platt Robert. Devils Lake Plum Richard. Maddock Plutowski Kelly. ArdOCh Poehts Conme. Glyndon MN Pohi Jacqueline. Roshott SD Poik Dana. Wahpeton Presser Douglas. Mercer Pnewe Judy. Wyndmere Pritchard Michelle. Oakes Prochnow Douglas. Wahpeton Prochnow Lane. Lisbon Propp Lon. Wheaton MN Prowell Zoann. Fargo Pueppkc Gail. Amoma Puts! Darcy. Penn 44 StudentsI •j Purketl James. Forsyth MT RaaU Sherry. Verona Rademachor James. Foxholm RadIKe Mary. Ellcndatc Rahders Douglas. Worthington MN RamtKir Wade. Bismarck Rau Arret. Kiet Rebel Colette. Mott Redmond Bryan. Bellield Reinhart Keith. COOpcrstOwn Remke Nickotas. Ortonville MN ReiservHJCr Thomas. Bismarck Rcpoyd Darren. Grand Forks Rice Brian. Tiaoga Richter Oamol. Drake Richter Ronald. Sykcston Ricklord Oale. Jessie Rieger Darla. Esmond Rieger Janice. Esmond Rmg Wilham. Jamestown Ringuette Lon. Esmond Rithmdler Kent. Monango Rittenour Mary. Grygla MN Rilr Lisa. Almont Rit ke Bryan. Minot Robertson Anita, Breckenndgo MN RochoD Tamara. Underwood MN Rodm Brad. Marion Rognc Craig. Oa ey Rohrbach Vaughan. Eureka SO Roll Glenn. Mott Roller Roxann. Bellield Rollman Kory. WHiston Rorman Lori. Reynolds Rosa Courtenay. Brooklyn Park MN Roscoe John. Calvin Rosencrans Brian. Powers Lake Rowe David. Walipeton Rubish Dale. Wahpeton Rude Mark. Rapid City RoMtson Russell. Harwood Rusdal Jerome. Forsyth MT Rustad Rochelle. Kindred Rustebakke Paul. Scobey Ryba Dale, Michigan Sahr Rodney. Jamestown Sailer Todd. Marion Samueison Millard. Brcckenndge Sanderson Mitchell. Widow City Sondness Leigh. 8ismarck San tala Veil. Orimattila Saltier Gary. Moorhead MN Sauer Jodi. Jamestown Saul Doug. Fargo Sax Kim, Donnelly MN Saxiund Teresa. Lisbon Saylor Ronald. Underwood Schaffer Bilk. Felton MN Schaffer Myron. Oickinson Schaibte Brett. Brcckenndge MN Schaibic Roland. Molt Students 45 IV Siibcrnagel Luo. Strasburg Sillerud Donna. Tioga S'lsbo Michael. Harwood Simonson Kelly. Underwood Simon Nadine. Mayvillc Simonson Richard. Grand Forks Sims Jerome. Asbury Park NJ Sjurson Michael. Arthur 46 Students Schulz Richard. Harvey Schwartz Chester. Finley Schweigert Mitchell. Glasgow MT Schwmdt Leonard. Dickinson Sebenaler Douglas. Wahpeton Sceteld GeraW. Harvey SC'bel David. Britton $6 Selby Dale. Kent MN Sent Rosemary. West Fargo Senger lanee. Linton Serocki Gregory. Browns Valley MN Settambrmo Tern. Wahpeton Severance Kevin, New Town Shasky Vernon. Moore Ion Shereck Loren, Lawton Siettert Kimberly. Jamestown Sieg Robby. Anamoose Sigmon Dennis. Beulah Schammcl Jean. Rose Creek MN Schanilec Marc. Grand Forks Schanilec Robert. Jamestown Schan'.ec Theresc. Mmto Schantz Scott. Glen Ullm Schaud Cathy. Greckenridge MN Schcllcr Rose. Hankmson Scherpmg Kurt. Freeport MN Schetnan Tliad. Garrctson SO Sclieutlele Lars. Aberdeen SO Schiele Mark. Bismarck Schimctz Bryan. Ounsdth Schlafmann Leon. Turtle lake Schlogel Karen. Wahpeton Schlccht Ke»y. Gackie Schleske Barry. Fergus Fails MN Schlottddl Darel. Wahpeton Schiottddt Kan. Wahpeton Schmaltz Peggy. Harvey Schmaltz Terry. Bottineau Schmidt Melody. Park River Schmidt Myron. Rugby Schnudt Perry. Esmond Schnabel Marcia. Napoleon Schnell Dean. Beach Schoenberg Brad. Mohall Schramm Steve. Bismarck Schroeder Donald. Chat lee Schroeder Dan. Billings MT Schroeder Gregory. Fairmount Schroeder Richard. Casseiton Schuc Julie. Bismarck Schucncman Brenda. OrtonvAlc MN Schuctt Tim. Wahpeton Schultz Kerry. BowbellS 1 Skat'Cky Curtis. MOOflWJd MN Skelton Susan. Wuhpeton Smedshammer Vamta. litchviltc Smcdcs Kevin. Tower City Smith Christine. Fergus FaHs MN Smith Deborah. Brockenridgc. MN Smith Keith. Esmond Smith Tami. Britton SO Smith Traci. Jamestown Snyder Donald. Stromsburg NE Sobohk Lincoln. Forest River Solem Leslie. Devils Lake Sommer Michcal. Ma en Sommerleld Steve. Fargo Sondeland Debra. Wahpeton Sonnenbcrg Paul. Vergas MN Sorch Jclfcry. Wilton Sorenson Aaron. Bagtey MN Sorlien Lance. Grand Forks Sorum Matthew. Mandan Sovig Karla. Wiflislon Sowat ki Chen. Devrfs Lake Sperlc Elroy. Scranton Spcrlmg Steven. Wahpeton Sjutring Larry. Fargo Spiermg Terry. Fargo Sporrer Warren. Sidney MT Sprenger Chariot. Mandan Staael Rick. Kcnmare Stobnow Lisa. Sheldon Stallman Jotene. Barney Stanford Jclfery. Valley City Stange Kan. Moorhead MN Stanageland David. Glenfield Stastny Gtenn. Mandan Stastny Leon. Mandan Stockier Jell. Elgin Steen Kevin, Sisvcton SO Stceves David. Sherwood Stelfcn David. Edmorc Stcllcn Kendall. Barrett MN Stem Rick. Taylor Stet Steve, Barnesville MN Stevahn Lori. Wishek Stevens Lome. Bismark Stillson David. Sisseton SO Stokes Karen. Wahpeton Stoland Kathryn. Minot Stoll Steven. Moorhead MN Stollcnwerk Kelly. Breckenndge MN Stone Michael. Walcott Strand Ariette. Nome Strcmtck Wayne. Wathalla Strobei Celeste, v ahpeton Stroh 8rent. Tappen Strut Christopher. Oakes Sturma Kimberly. Wahpeton Sullivan Becky. Bismarck Sundean Shawn. Stanley Surrell Lisa. West Fargo Svalcson Jay. Hillsboro Swanson Oenms. V ahpeton Swanson Karen. East Grand Forks Swanson Robert. Fawmount Swiontck Brent. Berlin Tag Steve. Enderlm Tasslcr lisa. Wahpeton Taylor Bernice. V ahpcton Tcrncs Kurt. Bismarck Students 47 J 1v c C Zl n = » o -C — c 5 3559 1 gpsSU (ililii ire!Ii E 2 o ..r n 5 z - § f n C : « Si -. C l s 2 2 .- c 13g|fg! 11 1 Z 2 3 C ■: c Js 2 o 3 ■ £ - c c £ B — - Zo £ SiaJi|« -. _• C3 © UeSc5 - o- 2 S e • MsgH So £ £ £ o o •J 2 JC22 1:2 5 : c . Ii- _ o iiir " 4 So . ? Iff. 3 1811111 g | = § J55 2 § g 2 - . -: ? S s 3 5 2 S . ; u (i J; O s m -J O 2 “ g © e £ — S «■ S“|i s “»Zz 2 J u 5 {flllil 86 1?.? 2 3 O _ = — i O o o 5«ui x o O 5 v o |2g 5 S 2 i 5 f I 5 2 a J "Is.? i §3“ I o y _l 5 V O ■ U. ■ 2 s I S w X z « JC t 4i V y r = © lair 3 Ii Ill I l s I © 3 5 Cr Wanner Vanessa. WijhcK Warner William. Forsyth MT Warren Mary. Wahpeton Waslaski Douglas, langdon Wasvnch Gerald. Gwmner Wawers Margaret. Fa moot Weber Joan, lanmore Wegener lane, lidgerwood Weigel Edward. Napoleon Weigel Llewellyn. Napoleon Weigel ShaHcnc Napoleon Weigum Michelle. Beulah Wemand David. Garrison Wemand Paul. Garrison Wekler Murray. Edgeley Wcningcr Darted, Strasburg Werner Brian. Kmtyre Werrc Kris. Bonrnan Westbrook Paul. Motlil Wcstlic Kristie. Wilhston Westnck Wade. Argusville Welsch Joan. Mandan Wel el Oarm. Verona Whaley Janet. Wahpeton White Bobert. Wahpeton VAckoren Robyn. Wyndmcrc Widhalm Cynthia. Wahpeton Wiobuvch Mark. Veblcn SO Wiciand Michael. Da ey Wicscr Gregory. RoshoK SD Wilkinson Connie. Valley City Witlman Jane . Jamestown Willson Jennifer. Wahpeton Willson Jodi. Lilchvitle Wilson Brian. AlbcHon MT Wilson Grant. Aberdeen SD Wilson Peggy. Benedict Wilt Joseph. Wheaton MN Wmdtaldct Debra, Crosby Winkler Karen. Valley City V itty Jollcry. Kindred Wi o Wesley. Grand Forks Wohl John. Linton Wold Richard. Harvey WoW Juke. Abercrombie V oJd Kevin. Walford City Wolf Lauretla. Fargo Wolf Steven. Wahpeton Wolfgram Wayne. Grand Forks Woodbury Thconc. Wyndnserc Young Jerry. Guelph Young Robert. Breckcnridgc MN Zastoupil Brian. Wilhston Zastoupil Dean. Wahpeton Zibeil Connie. Wheaton MN Z«eske Joan. Wilhston Zmvmermann Nancy. Haynes Z»niel Joseph. Mandan Zmter Lynnette. Monango Zucger Mar tie. Wheatland Zumpf Paul. Mi'es City MT Students 49 New Students And Retakes Bauman. Diane Beener. Jeffrey Borg. 8renda Brendefur. Kyle I Brown. Roxanne Buehholz. Ken I Clemens. Lori Cox. Paula Darling. Jon Ooylc. Tammy Erdmann. Susan Fleming. Heidi Fox. Karmen Gerber. Angela Grabanski. Nancy Gunwall. Mickey Hagen. Deborah Hahn. Marcia Herding. Michelle Hildebrand!. Joraldme Holm. Mary Jo Johnson. Dolores Jucth. Tamara Kmmscht kc. Robert Krosbakkcn. Juke Kunt . Luonda Kyle. Gao Mahler. Kimberfy Mason. Jacquelyn Moenkedick. Diane Nagel. Lisa Odegard. Melody Poilra. Lisa Schecle, Patti Schcpp. Angela Schdu. Sara Shalfer. Belly SlelZ. Susan Stocking. Roberta Stotts. Theresa 2iegelman. Ann 50 New Students And RetakesWho’s Who Among American Junior Colleges 35 NDSSS Students Names For Who’s Who Thirty-five North Dakota State School of Science students are listed in the 1985 edition of "Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges." The second-year students were nominated by the college's faculty on the basis of outstanding campus leadership, and were selected by the North Dakota State School of Science Awards Committee headed by Mercedes Morris, associate dean of students at NDSSS. They were chosen for their academic achievement, service to the community, leadership in extracurricular activities and potential for continued success. The thirty-five students will be recognized in the spring at the student awards banquet. 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Bismarck Bismarck Bismarck Bismarck North Dakota State Board Of Higher Education Carol Jacobson ..... Tyrone Langager, M.D.........Minot Kenneth Tweten ..... Jack Olin ................Dickinson Jack Pfister, D.D.S. ... Marijo Shide .............Larimore Jean Guy .......... Richard L. Davison, Assoc. Commissioner Executive Secretary ... Larry Isaak, Asst. Commissioner of Administration ..... John Richardson, Commissioner ......................... Administrative Council Eckre Bakken Gette Stevenson Dr. Blikre Morrison Alvm C. Eckre. Director Administrative Services: Orlm D. Bakken. Dean Dr. Michael C. Morrison. Dean Arts. Science and Pre-Professional; Sam l. Continuing Education; Dr. Clair T. Blikre. President; Donald Engen. Direc- Schimclfenig. Dean Technical Division; Myron J. Koppang. VP Business tor Athletic Department; Kay Fulp. President Faculty Senate; Robert J. Affairs; Dr. Ronald M. Hutkm. VP Academic Affairs; and Charles J. Hanson. Gette. Dean Business Division; Donald W. Stevenson. Dean Trades Division; VP Student Services. Schimelfeng Koppang Hanson 56 Administrative Council1. Jan Dybdahl. Sharon Schroeder and Aggie Fettig. 7. 2. Lyncttc luick and Sheila luick. 8. 3. Karen Eichhorn and Karen Oahlgren. 9. 4. Julie Thorfmnson and Debbie Harrigan. 10. 5. Cynthia 8arton and Carole Vigen. 11. 6. Valerie Erickson. 12. Oonna Davis. Barb Mund. Eileen Shorma and Lmda Steffens. Shirley V hitehead and Jan Love. Kris Johnson and Vicki Dietz. Sue Schwartzenberger. Shelley Blome and Kathy Muehler Donna Marohl 3nd Clare 8yron. Secretaries 57Faculty And Administration AodlaruJ. LaVonne Aakre. James Abbott. Robert Ahlcs. Paula Aldrich. James Anderson. Erwin Arneson. Harlan Ballweber. Duane Bang. Barbara Baumann. Marlys 8loum. Joen Boss. Arthur Brophy. Bernard Bruesch. Ronald Brungardt. Carol Bunch. Marvin Busch. Madonna Byman. Keith Caron. Laurie Casad. Dr. R.J. Chase. Larry Christensen. Ewald Christensen. Larry Cox. John Deal. Kathleen Derke. Arnold Derry. John Diedcrick. Barb Oictz. Dayle Dohman. Gloria Drewlow. Debra Dronen. Clillord Due. Bruce Egge. Robert Engh. Kenneth Erickson. Errol Essig. Darrel Evenstad. Jean Frcden. Jean Fredericksen. Marlyn Galde. Marlin Gard. Bruce Grage. Allan Grage. Mary Ann Graham, Richard Grosz. Dale Haskell. Richard Hauck. Richard Hauge. Patrick 58 FacultyHaugen. Jean Heath. Martin Hegel. Charles Hclgeson. Blayne Hendrickson. Barry Hendrickson. Rick Henry. Charles Hermes. Ciillord Hcsch. Joseph Hilgemann. Jell Hinsverk. Mario Hinz. Rodney Holen. Doris Holm. Richard Holtz. Everett Horan. Michael Hornstcm. Vicky Hoseth. Sherman Jacobson, James Jacobson. Paul Jensen. Delores Jensen. Owen Jensen. Roger Johnson. Ciillord Johnson. Lowell Johnson. Michael Johnson. Neal Jurkovski. Scott Kasteile. Russell Hath. Lyle Kcmmet. Eugene Kemper. Jerrold King. Donald K|or. Walter Klaahsen. Wesley Knudsen. Ralph Koehler. Gerald Korth. Thomas Krohn. Steven Kroshus. Mary Kroshus. Tillord Kruckcnbcrg. Donald Krump. Betty Krump. Jane Larsen. John Larson. Chester Lcnz. Nadene Lmdeman. Thomas Loock. Henry McCormick. Rick McCurnin. Joseph Meier. Duncan Moeller. Irvin Moen. Rene Morris. Mercedes Mosey. Paul Faculty 59 Osland. John Ostby. Harvey Pederson. Lonnie Peterson. Bruce Peterson. Robert Plister. Polly Pinkney. Gene Pull. Tim Rcierson. Gene Rembotd. John Rittcnour. Neil Schimelfcnig. Sam Schimke. Bonnie Schroeder. John Schutt. Marcia Smith. Kay Sperling. Donald Steen. Arlie Stewart. Jerald Stockert. Raymond Strcgc. Stanley Mracek. Robert Niccolai. Anne Nisia. Robert Oas. Neiland Olson. Raymond Styf. Mavourccn Voitisek. Francis Watne. Jetfory Wawcrs. Paul Willgohs. Sharon Wilson. Denm Wilson. Rick mmmmmaammmm Faculty Not Pictured Joyce Aasness. Wesley Alien. Bernard Anderson. Christian Anderson. Kenneth Anderson. Keath Borchert. Patricia Bramel. Roger Bramel. Doris Bruesch. Donald Buckley. John Carlson. Kevin Dahl. Michael Dzik. Iris Floistad. Donald Fulp. John Glenn. Robert Goroski. Paul Graalum. Mary Gulbranson. Edward Hanyzewski. Vcrnac Hasbargcn. James Johnson. Philip Keesey. Joseph Keller. Dr. Robert Kline. Carol Knudsen. Harvey Laabs. Robert Lemkc. Diane Lien. Harvey Link. Michael Lownsbury. Gerald Lund. Mark Manske. Eugene MarcottC. Carolda Mauer. Judith McDaniel. Larry McDaniel. Larry Merbach. Dennis Miller. Harold Miller. Patrick Miller. Eugene Mischc. Monroe Moen. Thomas Moore. Ralph Morben. Darrell Morrison. Harlan Muchlcr. Paul Oohlke. Clinton Olmstead. Arvid Olson. Robert Olson. Lola Patnoude. Alan Peterson. Dale Peterson. Dr. Joan Plister. David Piechowski. Carmen Plummer. Oan-iei Polk. Robert Poss. Layton Prosser. Denis Register. Max Geori'o B M t ,ff Arr!e th Pn htor | awrenro Rn i, ter. Bernice Ricke. Donald Rosley. Dolores Rubertu Ger-alu Ruder. Do1 Ray Sandcis. John Schatz. Pamela Schcerz. Michael Schiwal. Lynnwood Schmidt. Paul Schultz. Susan Schwartzenbergcr. Terry Stallman. Edward Straus. Brett Stroh. Robert Sundborg. Clayton Swanson. David Sylvester. Julian Szczur. Myron Thompson. Donald Tobm. Keith Torgerson. Grant Unkcnholz. Ralph Viall. Myrtle Vondal. Margaret Wall. Dr. E.R. Wasemiller. Oean Wcnkcr. and Dorothy Zabell. 60 Faculty RESIDENCE HALL DIRECTORS First Row: Dean Dahle. Randy Boatright. Warren Sporrer. Russell Botton. Mike Overby; Second Row: Esther West. James Volk. Steve Sperling, Barb Cole. Nadine Hutmaker. Machcle Swagcl and Connie O'Connell. PLUMBING ANO ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE (top left) Marlin Hutmakcr. Mitchell Lyznicki. Duane Tougas. Norman King and Ron Knudtson. GROUNDS MAINTENANCE (top right) First Row Armc Bid. Glenn Cooksley. Hank Lehman. Harold Schreiber: Second Row: Wayne Wolfgram. Daryl Ebcrhardt. Colin Styl and Brad Brandt. HOUSING MAINTENANCE AND CUSTODIAL (left) First Row: Pear Gasl. Esther Heley. Mark Schmitt. Mary Ann Brcucr. Grace Lehman; Second Row: Ruth Stoltcnow. Vormce DeVries. Brian Vigen. Mavis Buus. Lura Johnson. Dora Johnson; Third Row: Bernice Davis. Shirley Marohl. Linda Church. Chuck Gulden. Diane Merles. Geneva Baker and Sally Milbrandt. HEATING PLANT MAINTENANCE (left) First Row. Rich Juadt. Glen Mcdenwaldt. Glen Claus. Oean Allmendinger; Second Row Joy Tougas. Dave Shasky. James Walters. Ric Koval and Jack Anderson. BUILOING MAINTENANCE AND CUSTODIAL (bottom) First Row: Dale Medenwald. Duane Marohl. Wayne Dietz. Erlmg Mocn. Floyd Morkcn. Dale DcVnes: Second Row: Arlcn Steffens. Delbert Steffens. Jerry Marohl. Darrell Kalash. Gilbert Stoltenow. Gale Score. Floyd Hauschild: Third Row; Steve Bronson. Wayne French. Richard Schmitt. Milton Bladow. Rodney Draeger. Cy Hermes and Rod Hill.OLYMPICS Around the world during 1984. there was tragedy, celebration, hatred and despair. But for 16 days last summer. America indulged in the spectacle of the XXIII Olympiad—a high-spirited celebration of skill and youth that sent off an explosion of American pride. U.S. athletes collected 174 medals in Los Angeles, an Olympic record. Those in the limelight: the men's gymnastics team, super-sprinter Carl Lewis and a gymnist named Mary Lou Retton who captivated the public eye like no other since Nadia Comaneci. Even the pain of distance runner Mary Decker, sidelined in a mid-race collision, could not weaken the excitement of the 1984 Olympics. TRAGEDIES Ethiopia—skeletal, ravaged, a social disaster of unspeakable proportions. No one knows how many people have died in the famine that now stalks much of Africa. Experts say victims of the drought will require massive amounts of emergency food supplies for at least a year and possibly beyond. By some estimates, the death toll in Ethiopia alone is more than a million, and at least 20 million people are believed to be starving to death in an area stretching from Mozambique to Mauritania. A tearful, vengeful India mourned Indira Gandhi and turned to the assassinated prime minister's son to lead the nation through the crisis. Gandhi. 66. was cut down outside her home in a stream of gunfire by two of her bodyguards after they returned her traditional Indian greeting of folded hands. One of the assailants was then killed by other security men and the other wounded. In Beruit. a van driven by a suicide bomber careened past concrete doors of the United States Embassy annex. Police said 23 people were killed in the blast and the Pentagon reported two of the dead were Americans. The Third World was racked with disaster. More than 2.000 people were killed in India when a cloud of deadly gas leaked from a Union Carbide Chemical plant. In Mexico City, an explosion at a liquid-gas storage facility located next to a populous slum killed over 450. A Soviet munitions dump near the port of Severomorsk blew up. causing many deaths and weakening the Soviet Northern Fleet for months, but the incident was never officially reported.EDUCATION American students scored higher on college admissions tests, after many years of decline. There was some questions over the fact that among all the states where most college-bound students take the Scholastic Aptitude Tests. New Hampshire high-school students scored the highest, even though New Hampshire has one of the lowest levels of state support for its schools. A number of student athletes brought suit against their universities claiming that they had not received an education in return for their athletic services. SCIENCE It was a year for challenging nature. Astronaut Kathy Sullivan exulting “this is really great" became the first American woman to walk and work in open space, helping test refueling techniques that may some day salvage satellites now abandoned as useless. In February, astronaut Bruce McCandless soared through space all alone while the shuttle challenger orbited the Earth. Directors of the U.S. Space shuttle program were embarrassed when two communications satellites went into improper orbits after being launched from the shuttle, but another shuttle retrieved them in a spectacular space rescue. MEDICINE In October, surgeons in Loma Linda. California, implanted a baboon heart in a two-week-old infant known only as "Baby Fae" that kept her alive for another 20 days, longer than any other human recipient of a heart transplant from another species. William Schroeder. 52. the second man ever to be fitted with an artificial heart, fared better: within days of his operation, he was listed as "satisfactory" The fascination with physical fitness continued, de- spite some warning signs of excess. Jimm Fixx. an author, who did much to make jogging popular, died of a heart attack while jogging, and a French runner collapsed and died of a heart attack while running in the New York City Marathon which took place on an unseasonably hot day. NEWSMAKERS The faces of '84: Boston College's Doug Flutie. whose golden arm and 48-yard pass against Miami won him the Heisman Trophy; Clara Peller. who won friends and influenced America by asking "Where's the beef?"; John Delorean. arrested in an FBI Co-cain sting who won his day in court but lost his wife; Diana. Princess of Wales, who gave Britain another prince. The infant prince, called Harry by the royal family, is third in line of succession to the British throne now occupied by his grandmother. Queen Elizabeth II. Vanessa Williams, the Miss America of 1984. surrendered her title when it was discovered she had posed for pornographic photographs with another woman. Catch phrases bore a confident, even aggressive ring: "Where's the beef?” and "Make my day!" Guilt-ridden slogans like "I can't believe I ate the whole thing" had no place in 1984. The summer Olympics, where the absence of Soviet-bloc athletes seemed lost in the spectacle, echoed with the chant of "U — S — A". The gentle praise "Bless you. boys" carried the Detroit Tigers to the World Series championship; they led all the way from opening day. the first team to do it since the 1927 Yankees. ENTERTAINMENT The undisputed king was singer Michael Jackson, with the help of his 20-city "Victory Tour” that grossed more than $90 million. Either because of or in spite of his studied reclusives. pop singer Michael Jackson appeared to be everywhere. 1984 Scrapbook 63Prince, with his less innocent persona, was not very far behind. Prince also released his first movie in 1984 called "Purple Rain". It was a rock musical that was a story of his life. Not to be left out, was Bruce Springsteen with his seventh album. Born in the USA. The A.C. Nielson Co., which gauges the nation's television watching, announced that it would soon add a new category to its ratings, programs that are taped on video-cassette recorders. Three of the year's major movies — "Splash.” "Ghostbusters" and "Starman” — were comedies involving carnal encounters between humans and creatures either supernatural or extraterrestrial. Daryl Hannah. 23. star of the interspecies love story called "Splash" was arguably the blonde of the year. The National Council of Churches issued the second installment of readings from the Bible that had been rewritten to eliminate masculine location for God. The British Scholar A. L. Rowse "translated" 37 Shakespeare plays into modern English. The Roman Catholic Church wrestled with "liberation theology" and capitalism. The Vatican declared that it was wrong for Catholics to adopt Marxist notions such as class struggle in addressing the problem of poverty, as some Latin American priests have done. A committee of American bishops drafted a statement on the U.S. economy, calling on the government to intervene more forcefully to create jobs and opportunities for the poor. Both documents aroused much opposition. Pope John Paul II deplored the modern tendency to treat sin not as an individual act but as the product of "some vague entity or anonymous collectivity such as the situation, the system, society, structures of institutions." He beautified 99 victims of the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution. The roof of York Minster, perhaps the most important Gothic cathedral in Britain, was struck by lightning and partially destroyed: more than a few Britons thought it was not coincidence that the Church of England had recently installed a bishop who publicly declared his incomplete belief in Christ's Resurrection. The Supreme Court narrowed the so-called "excli sionary rule." which provides that evidence improi erly obtained may not be used in court, such ev dence may be used, the justices said, if the polic believe in good faith that they have followed th right procedures. Capital punishment was on th rise: there were 20 executions in the United State the most since 1963. NDSSS NEWS Chair Lift Installed for Handicapped Handicapped students at NDSSS will now have a cess to the swimming pool at the Activities Cente NDSSS purchased a handicapped pool chair li which was mounted to a corner of the pool’s shallo1 end. The lift allows handicapped people to be place in the chair and lowered into the water for exercis and recreation. California Firm Donates New Equipment NDSSS received an instructional equipment don; tion valued at $30,000 to $40,000 from a high tecf nology company in California that employs 17 of th college's graduates. The gift, an ADAC Clinical Dal System, was given to the NDSSS Computer System Technology Department by ADAC Laboratories San Jose. California. The bio-medical system is use for clinical diagnostic work in the health care profe: sion. Boatright Honored by College Housing Group Randy Boatright, resident director at Nordgaar Hall for the past two years, was recognized by th Upper Midwest Region Association of College an University Housing Officers for his outstanding wor in college student housing. REVISIONS 64 1984 ScrapbookPolitics Campaign ’84 The thumbs-up sign said it all — a smashing, 49-state re-election victory that sent Ronald Reagan back to the White House. Surveys showed Reagan ahead of Mondale among every sizeable voting block except blacks. Jews, union members and poor people. His success among young people — 58 percent of voters aged 18 to 29 cast their ballots for Reagan-caused astonishment in both parties. Walter Mondale, far behind in the polls from June to November. never really had a chance: after weathering the Reagan victory with history-making running mate. Geraldine Ferraro, he retired from politics for good. Senator Gary Hart's appeal to the yuppies missed the mark in Campaign '84 but he seemed to take aim at '88 — and the Reverend Jesse Jackson promised the Rainbow next time. Geraldine Ferraro's presence on the Democratic ticket was a historic first. She was the first female major party candidate for vice president. Ferraro said that Mondale, by choosing her. "opened a door which can never be closed again...American woman will never again be second-class citizens. My cani-dacy has said the days of discrimination are numbered." In North Dakota. George Sinner won an upset in the governatorial race, defeating incumbent Gov. Allen Olson and bringing Ruth Meiers, the state's first female lietenant governor, into office with him. "I thought it was possible to win four or five (percentage points) but I never thought I'd win this big." said Sinner, a 56-year-old farmer who has never held statewide office. 1984 Scropbook 65OLSON JEWELERS 506 Dak. Ave. Wahpeton, ND MITH MOTORS ,nc LEASING 7H0NCM2-M7I 101 «. IUH !. W tt«TON. H. 0. W07S -usmir -HotjjjirlAt Work's AA ' TV! APPLIANCE C ftc i t Wpool GUTTON iCENTER "The Business That Service Built" 315 Dak. Ave. Wahpeton, NDp ..." ■ — 2 BREAT STORES TO SERVE YOU BETTER IN WAHPETON AND BRECKENRIDGE ★★★★★★★★★★ • YOUR FAVORITE BRANDS • U.S.D.A. CHOICE MEATS • 1st QUALITY FRUITS VEGETABLES • OUR OWN TOP QUALITY FRESH BAKERY AND DELICATESSEN FOODS WAHPETON OPEN S I.M. TO NIONITE NON. THRU SAT. BRECKENRIDGE OPEN 24 HOURS I OAT 7 DATS A WEEK LOTS OF FREE PARKING EACH STORE CC LIQUORS "The Student Center” Wines - Liquors - Beers 306 MINN. AVE BRECKENRIDGE. MN PHONE: 643-3134 Locations First Bank Wahpeton Member First Bank System e 501 Dakota Avenue e 642-5567 e Member F.D.I AdS 6768 Volleyball Schammel Awarded MVP The Lady Wildcats finished with a 29-10 overall season record, the most successful of Coach Mary Ann Grage's ten years at the volleyball helm. The team’s goal was to capture the North Dakota State Junior College crown but were defeated by the eventual winner. Bottineau Junior College, in the semi-finals. We reached our peak by winning the Moorhead State Junior Varsity Junior College tourney. All State awards went to co-captains Jean Schammel and Lisa Arnhalt. Schammel also received Most Valuable Player. Most Hustle and Most Set Assists. Most improved was awarded to Lisa Arnhalt and Outstanding JV to Jana Kanten. Allyson Grohnke received awards for Most Kills and Most Serves. "We were strong from net to floor defensively with strong hitters." commented Coach Grage. "Losing the North Dakota State College tournament had to be our biggest disappointment. We just did not play to our potential when it was needed the most. The team’s talent was such that we could have gone all the way this year but it wasn’t to be."Members of the volleyball team are Susan Morse. Jana Kanten. Allyson Grohnke. Echo LeNoue; Second Row: Lisa Arnhalt. Keri Buchholz. Jean Schammei. Joni Bergmen. Rhonda Larson. Karen Thompson. Jacqueline St. Hilaire. Volleyball 69' Cross Country The NDSSS men's cross country team finished seventh at the NDCAC cross country meet held at the Bioux de Sioux golf course in Wahpe-ton. Leading the Wildcat runners was Leo Liske with a 28:15 time. He finished 31st in the meet. Other Science runners, their places and times are: Tim Foley. 38th, 29:45: Dave Loeks. 40th. 29:54; John Breslin, 42nd. 30:02; Carl Schollmeyer. 44th. 30:16 and Curt Halgrimson. 45th. 30:26. For the women, the only returning student is Julie James. First year runner Cindi Fetsch is the top distance runner closely followed by Lynette Droupie. Other first year runners are Jill Droupie. Traci Smith and Sandee Goedeke. Due to our early deadline we are unable to print the results of the womens NJCAA Region XIII cross country meet. 70 Cross Country J J Front Row: Julie James. Sandce Goedcke. Jill Droubie. Cindy Fetsch. Traci Smith; 8ack Row: Carl Scholimeyer. Wes Heyen. John Wohi. Leo Liske. Curt Halgrimson. Tim Foley, and John Breslin '■Running gives me a chance to be competitive. It takes a lot of mental preperation.” Sandee Goedeke "Running is a good way to meet all kinds of people and learn patience. Running improves my physical and mental self." Julie James Cross Country 71 — ■mu I hi . Ill IJ II CYoung Team Improves As Season Goes On The mens golf team ended the season with a fifth place finish at the NDCAC Conference tournament. Finishing the lowest at the conference tournament from NDSSS was Jerry Frye. NDSSS finished third at their first tournament at Valley City. The second tournament at Mayville proved more successful for the Wildcats, as they finished first. The dual with Jamestown was a close one. NDSSS nipped Jamestown by two strokes. "Being my first year and considering the fact that five of the six players were freshmen" said Coach McCormick "we feel it was a good year. It was evident that we improved as the out and coming back and winning the two shows remarkable improvement." Members of the golf team are: Front Row: Kelly Simenson. Mike Casteel and Rich Huber. Back Row: Coach McCormick. Ferry Frye. Rick Staael and Dave Spitzer. Golf 7374 Intramural Flog Football.1 -............................. Plaza Suite Neil Simon’s 3 Act Comedy The North Dakota State School of Science Theatre Department presented Plaza Suite on October 25-27 at the NDSSS Stern Cultural Center. The play consisted of three acts. Act 1 was Visitor From Mamaroneck. Act 2 was Visitor From Hollywood and Act 3 was titled Visitor From Forest Lawn. Plaza Suite was directed by Michael Johnson. Deb Gefroh was assistant director. Drama 75 7  I Halloween It must have been the October air. Whatever it was. it brought many changes. In celebration of Halloween, people got so carried away as to even change their faces! Halloween was for kids. Whether it was kids painting their faces or covering them up with masks. Halloween in Wah-peton was exciting. Irrelevant was age. Kids are kids no matter how old they are. and a good many kids that dressed up for Halloween were big kids. Halloween is always a nice attempt of getting rid of the dreaded disease of boredom. Whether or not it works, it gives people something to do. I LPN Graduation Upon completion of 21 weeks of pre-clinical studies at NDSSS and 25 weeks of affiliated training at area hospitals, 55 nursing students were ready for their diplomas. The graduation ceremony was held Friday. October 12. 1984 at 1:30 p.m. in the Cultural Center. Dr. Michael Morrison, dean of the Arts and Science Division, presented the certificates and Dr. Ronald Hutkin. Vice-President for Academic Affairs, presented the pins. LPN Graduation 77 PP—WPW—WP—Hf.Johnny Holm The Traveling Fun Show Name one other performer that could persuade volunteers to get up and sing the theme from Gilligans Island or the Brady Bunch. Or how about getting a thousand people dressed in suits and long dresses to do the bunny hop! No other act in the Midwest can consistently draw a crowd and keep them entertained the way Johnny Holm does Johnny and the band play everything. Johnny's spontaneous show lets everyone cut loose and have some fun! No strangers to the limelight. Johnny and the band have been on Billboard's Country chart with their version of Hoyt Axton's "Lightnin Bar Blues.” 78 Concerts and LyceumsThat’s Entertainment!!! The North Dakota State School of Science sponsors many concerts and lyceums for the student's entertainment over the course of the year. Every month there is an exciting campus attraction. This year NDSSS has made you laugh with comedian Joel Madison and comedian, singer Scott Jones. In October three comedians from Michigan presented their show — We Can Make You Laugh. In April, Franky Pace and David Naster from Saturday Night Live were here for April Fool Comedy Night. demand. "Welcome Home" is presented by the Dakota Theatre Caravan. The play is a dramatization about smalltown life in South Dakota. An air band contest was held Monday. January 21 in the Stern Cultural Center prior to the Scott Jones Show. A $50.00 cash prize was given to the students who mimicked their favorite rock personality or group. Students provided their own music and air band instrument. According to Lyle Kath. this will become an annual event because of its popularity. In December Jets appeared in Bute Gym. Before performing here on campus, they had a week's bookings in Las Vegas and Reno, Nevada. They are under the same management as Stevie Wonder and David Bowie. In March the play "Welcome Home" was back by popular In August the Battle of the Bands hosted by comedians. Puke and Snot from the Renassiance Festival of Minneapolis took place. Area bands competed for a cash prize while Puke and Snot provided entertainment between band performances. We Can Make You Laugh Three comedians from Michigan challenged NDSSS students to sit in the "hot seat". The student who could sit in the "hot seat" and not laugh received a cash prize. A panel of judges were there to determine whether or not the student was laughing or not. Scott Jones He Sang His Songs And More . . . The music is a little bit of a lot of things. Classical to contemporary ... blues to jazz ... rag to rock. Jones has been nominated for the NACA National Campus Entertainment Awards for comedy and won in 1984! Jones also has released four albums of original music and comedy. The Scott Jones Show is more than music. It is an evening of entertainment. It is the famous black box full of exotic toys and strange devices. It is Suckerman and the flaccid guitar. Concerts And Lyceums 79. .1. 4 V COAST TO COAST Sporting Goods Proms Weddings Green Plants Gift Items Auto Supplies Housewares Free Customer Parking 301 Dak. Ave. Wahpeton 312 Dak. Ave Phone 642-8771 80 Ads 82 Football NDSSS Up Against Tough Competition Success must be measured by improve- j ment. Successful seasons don't always end up with high finishes. Under the direction of new head coach Robert Sundberg. the Wildcats finished their season with a 2-7 record. NDSSS plays five-4 year schools putting them up against tough competition. Coach Sundberg is looking forward to next year and feels that he will have a bunch of good returning players. Starting at quarterback was Jon Wrzesinski who passed 568 yards over the season. He. along with Dave Lawson lead the Wildcats in scoring. In rushing. Charles Hinton and Wade Kinkelaar lead the Wildcats. Jim Crossman caught 28 passes while Jeff Hagen received 24. Defensively. Eric Ellis lead the Wildcats with 48 tackles. Craig LaBrie followed him with 41 tackles. LaBrie also had six sacks. Miles Benz and Brad McRoberts were also key players in the defensive team. The awards and their recepients are: All Conference-C. LaBrie. Honorable Mention All Conference-M. Rude. J. Wrzesinski. E. Ellis and R. Omang. All Region 13-C. LaBrie. E. Ellis and J. Wrzesinki. Co-captains of the offensive team were M. Rude and W. Kinkelaar. D. Willmott received most Improved and Kinkelaar Outstanding Back. For Outstanding Receiver was J. Crossman while M. Rude obtained Outstanding Lineman. Co-captains of the defensive team were C. LaBrie and B. McRoberts. LaBrie acquired the Outstanding Lineman award while E. Ellis received Outstanding Linebacker. For Outstanding Back was R. Omang. T. Schuett was selected the Hardest Worker and D. Goebel Most Improved.4kkFirst Row: Mike Tipping. Jon Wrzesinski. Duane Johnson. Daniel Sweep. Bob Fink. Leo Lane. Tim Schuett. Miles Benz: Second Row: Ted Maher. Wade Kinkelaar. Jerome Sims. Rick Omang. Andy Deal. Dean Nelson. Ron Von Radon. Steve Orth. Jeff Hagen. Timothy Marthe: Third Row: Jeff Undem. Brady Grant. Troy Liffrig. Ford Timms. Brad Schwartz. Mike Flatt. Tracey Maszk, Steven Lewis. David Lawson. Charles Hinton: Fourth Row: Lyle Peterson. Dennis Goebel. Mark Rude. Doug Pullman. Keith Jensen. Jason Pfau. David Kokcsh. 84 Football Kevin Grage. Matt Turcotte. Eric Ellis: Fifth Row: Kevin Smeiles. Jerry Trotter. Craig LaBrie. David Buskohl. Jeff Gottbreht. Brian Wilson. Chuck Noll. Brent Schmaltz. Rick Kraft. John Mortenson. Ronald Lauinger; Sixth Row: Tracy Larson. 8en Bush. Gene Snyder. Brad McRoberts. Greg Kuntz. Mauk Veldhuis, Andre Hoffner. Bob Lewan-doski. Eugene Ostendorf. Greg Schrocdcr; Seventh Row: Dave Zeller andScott Kressin I I I I Intramural Sports Under the direction of Lyle Kath, the intramural program at the State School of Science is very popular. Teams are formed out of each of the curriculum divisions on campus. Each year about 50 teams engage in the various men’s and women’s basketball leagues. Approximately 50-60 teams are engaged in intramural softball including some co-ed leagues. Annually, about 3200 students take part in intramur-als during the course of the year. The intramural programs offered at NDSSS provide competition in basketball, softball, flag football, badminton. ping pong, bowling, golf, racquetball, broomball. water polo, tennis, weightlifting, soccer and various one-on-one tournaments. Intramurals enable students to remain physically fit while at the same time giving them a chance to be competitive in a sport that they enjoy. Any student may participate in these activities with the exception of varsity athletes engaged in their current sports “Intramural basketball is a good way to relieve everyday pressure from school.” Barry Heinen "I like intramurals because it's fun to compete but you don’t have to be so serious about it.” Shelly Haverland ”1 try to concentrate on the game or else on the girls playing the game.” Monty Bates "I like intramural volleyball because it's something to do in your spare time away from homework.” Karen Myers Intramural Sports 87 IIWIWJ.I I I HI .1V. Li l I I I I I I Wildcats Forced To Be Over-achievers The 1984-85 season for the men's basketball team had been tabbed as a rebuilding year, with only three returning and one part-time starter. Through the first nineteen games the Wildcats had far surpassed the expectations of most. The three returning sophomores. Dan Dahlgren. Al Carpenter and Mersey Strong all made great contributions along with eight first-year players. Up to this time, leading the Wildcats in average points per-game is Hersey Strong and Larry Jones with 14.7 and 13.1 respectively. Dan Dahlgren heads the team in rebounding with an average of 6.3 per game. Strong closely follows with 6.0 rebounds per game. A 14-5 record along with some convincing wins over very strong competition. gave first-year head coach Rick McCormick, and assistant coach. Al Peterson, a reason to smile. "It has been a season where our players have been forced to be over-achievers.” commented Coach McCormick. "In virtually every game the Wildcats have given away size. The 'Cats have been forced to win games with intensity and an outstanding defensive effort. All twelve players on the Wildcat squad have shown tremendous desire. Because of that it has been a fun team to coach. I am very proud of our current 14-5 record.''MEN'S BASKETBALL Front Row: Darin Cook. Larry Jones. Cary Hurst. Tommy Wagner. Randy Nelson. Al Carpenter. Dan Dahlgrcn: Back Row: Asst. Coach-Ai Peterson. Kelly Bednar. Mersey Strong. Steve Wright. Terry Jackson. Thomas Musial and Coach McCormick, Mens' 8asketball 915fciNDSSS Women’s Basketball WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Front Row: Alison Skibicki. Jana Kanten, LeAnn Coach Reinke. Diane Moenkcdick, Rhonda Larson. Annette Heilman. Krueger. Tara Anderson. Jackie St Hilaire. Jean Schammel: Back Row: Brenda Breitling and Asst. Coach Lindeman. Womens Basketball 9394 Womens Basketball I Wrestling Under the direction of Coach Larry McDaniel and Assistant Coach Dale Grosz, the NDSSS wrestling team was not the team to tangle with this year. Because of the early deadline of the annual, we are not able to give the results of the entire season. However. at this time the NDSSS wrestlers are 10-2-1. Sophomores. Bob Aho. Tim Bergloff. Mark Rude, and Mark Appelt helped lead the Science wrestlers with their outstanding performances and their ability to demonstrate to the freshmen. Coach McDaniel, who is listed as one of the top 20 all-time winning coaches among junior colleges, is proud of the improvement that the team has shown in their performances. He also hopes for a good finish in the upcoming conference and region matches. 96 WrestlingNOSSS WRESTLING TEAM: Front row: Lonnie Kocmick. Lee Waldow. Kumpula. Back row: Mary Jo Holm. Faith Reimnitz. Student Managers: Boh Aho. Tim Bergloff. Mark Appelt. Mark Rude. Jell Kanten. Oan Kevin Grage. Jeff Gottbreht. Tim Schuett. Bob Peterson, and Kirk Frectly. Second row: Ron Black Cloud. Jim Makovsky. Mark Eckroth. Halverson. Ryan Ness. Kelly Heiser. Mark Engwichl. Oan Bilbruck. Dave Boe. Mark Wrestling 97too low they build who build beneath the stars — young Candid 99MB ■MlIHBHIhMmM I I , t itu. BOOKSTORE STAFF: First Row: Doug Woodruff-Assis- Second Row: Cindy Peterson, Donna Christensen. Caro! tant Manager. Becky Klingelhofer, Marge Berg. Connie Odegard-Manager. Donna Hanson. Graham. Bonnie Steene. Char Hermes.■THE WILKIN BAR f Breckenridge, Minn. Five Generations Of Service To You CompleteV)FF-Sale % Never A Cover Charge Specials Nmitly Always A Good Time Friendly Atmosphere Wt Lowest Prices In The Area—NDSSS— Cheerleaders " w m MEN S BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS (above) M.chcllc Pritchard. Lisa Surrell. Angie Eyman. Dana Monroe, and Annette Meigcson. 102 CheerleadingWRESTLING CHEERLEADERS (top) Sharlcnc Weigel. Mary Jo Jacobs. Marcia Lee. and Kris 8lom. FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS (above) Angie Eyman. Cathy Foley. Michelle Pritchard, and Annette Hclgeson. Cheerleading 103 -------- —rs:mmmm tWl NDSSS Melody Makers— — 104 MusicThe Concert Choir performed in the Fall Concert with selections from classical to popular style. The Concert Choir has a membership of 65 to 70 performers. At present, they are working on a Christmas Cantata by Roger Strader called King of Love. They will also be performing in a massed choir concert. a winter concert, and a spring concert. The Barbershop Double Quartet performed two selections from original barbershop music called Strolling Through the Park and My Evaline at the Fall Concert. The Madrigal Group has also performed for events on campus. They have a membership of 8 performers. two sopranos, two altos, two tenors and two basses. The Wildcat Singers, a swing choir group, have been very busy. They have a membership of 30. with 24 singers and 6 instrumentalists. They have performed for Homecoming, the Fall Concert. 4 road-trips to high schools, and many performances during the Christmas season including Senior Citizens parties, caroling downtown, hospital parties and many more. They will also be involved in concerts and a week of tour in Eastern North Dakota and Western Minnesota in the spring.Variety seems to be the key to the Instrumental Music of NDSSS. All styles of music: swing, dixie, marches, overtures. classics and rock are done by the Concert Band alone! Performance range from parades, football and basketball games, mass bands, fall, winter. Christmas and spring concerts. Students have an opportunity for private lessons, to be in ensembles and to perform at the quarterly recitals if they want more challenge or independence in their music. The Stage Band is another important performing group entirely apart from the Concert Band. They. too. do a variety of music ranging from jazz to country to rock and perform for neighboring high schools. NDSSS functions and local community affairs. A talented group of 18. they audition for membership and practice to perform, all with a mutual love for music. 106 Musk:Music 107JVDSSS Sweetheart The Candidates For 1985 Sweetheart From left to right: Paula Cox Kim Hire hem Kristi Hjerklie Deb Magen Hernice Zatylor Zraey Smith Jelisa Schnabel Angela Ostby flerijl White Cisa Surrell Debbie Mark Keri Hueholz Cindy Urn land Michelle Anderson 108 Sweetheart CandidatesNDSSS Student Cabinet The Student Cabinet has control over all student and extracurricular activities on campus, with the exception of athletic events, music, and drama, and those events handled by the College administration. The student cabinet selects students from among applicants to serve on specified faculty-student committees or other college committees. They select such things as cheerleaders. Wildcat Willie and the homecoming chairperson from among those who have submitted an application for the job. The Student Cabinet also regulates all the elections in which the entire student body participates among other important matters. STUDENT CABINET Front Row: Don Tobm-Advisor. Craig Flaa. Curtis Mercedes Morris-Advisor: Back Row: Frank Boutiette-Fund Raising Fcickcrt-Presidcnt. Christine Smith-Secretary. Jo Eastby-Trcasurer. Chairperson. Eric Palm. Charles 8igwood and Doug Presser. Student Cabinet 109Arts, Science And Pre-Professional Dean Dr. Michael Morrison The oldest division of the State School of Science is the Arts, Science and Pre-Professional Division. Students from this division are granted the Associate of Arts or the Associate of Science degree upon successful completion in their curriculum. This division provides the first two years of a college transfer program for students interested in transferring to another institution for more advanced study leading to a higher degree. It also provides education programs for students whose professional education can be completed with the two-year degree. Some of the curriculums which students may choose from are music, pre-education, pre-law, pre-law enforcement, prephysical education-health and recreation, architechture. pre-engineering, pre-dental. dental hygiene, pre-nursing, pre-pharmacy. pre-chiropractic, dental assisting, pre-wildlife management and occupational therapy assistant. The Liberal Arts Program is valuable for those students who are undecided about their educational career plans. The program provides an opportunity for students to earn credits while at the same time, observing other educational opportunities offered by the college. 112 Business DivisionDean Robert Gette The business division, directed by Dean Robert Gette. provides courses to prepare the student for employment in the business field and for college transfer. Business Division programs at the North Dakota State School of Science provide courses to give graduates unlimited opportunities for a career in the business world. Business skills at Science have been geared to new and realistic standards and a well-balanced diversity in collegiate courses designed to develop well-educated business workers who will cope with and be ahead of the occupational and personal needs of the "world of work”. The two-year program offered by the Business Division leads to the Associate of Science Degree. This degree is also awarded to qualified students who leave college to accept employment at the end of five quarters and who register for "on-the-job-training”. A certificate is awarded to qualified graduates in programs of less than two years. Some of the programs that students may wish to enroll in are accounting, agri-business, computer programming, computer operator, business administration. cook and chef training, insurance and real estate management, general office, legal or medical secretarial, word processing and medical records technology. p■■ " --- Business DivisionTechnical Technicians hold a key spot in industry. They use drawing instruments, guages, applied science, mathematics, diagnosis and analysis, common sense, initiative and good judgement in turning the ideas and theories of engineering into mass-produced items. The fastest growing occupational groups in the United States according to the latest employment statistics are the technicians who work with scientists and engineers in the fields of high technology. We are poised on the threshold of an era that will be characterized by scientific and technological innovation. Genetic engineering, robotics, supercomputers. and space age electronics breakthrough-these and other exotic science industries will transform the way people live and work. Some of the programs offered in the Technical Division are: civil engineering, architectural drafting and estimating technology. electrical technology, mechanical drafting and design technology, petroleum technology and refrigeration and air conditioning technology. The Associate in Applied Science degree is awarded to students who complete their curriculum in the Technical Division. 114 Technical DivisionTrades The Trades Division occupations taught at the North Dakota State School of Science are designed to provide for proficiency of an individual in a specific occupation. Learning is a continuous process as long as one is associated with the world of work. Some of the programs offered are: Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology. Upholstery. Automotive and Auto Diesel Technology. Diesel Technology. Cooling and Heating Equipment Service. Plumbing. Sheet Metal. Graphic Arts Technology. Machine Tooling Technology and Welding Technology. The skilled occupational programs are conducted in labs similar to those of private industry. The labs contain testing and measuring instruments, tools and equipment of the same size and type as found in private industry. Upon completion of a two-year curriculum offered by the Trades Division, the student will receive a diploma Associate of Applied Science Degree. A certificate is awarded to qualified graduates in programs of less than two years. Trades Division 117V. A Michele Klipfel Crowned Miss Perfect Type Four North Dakota State School of Science students were nominated for the title of Miss Perfect Type by the College Printer's Club. A coronation of Miss Perfect Type was Thursday. January 17. in conjunction with the Printer's Ball and International Printing Week. Candidates representing each of the four college instructional divisions were: Brenda Engel. Mandan. an architectural drafting student; Lynda Thielbar. Langdon. an auto collision repair student; Pam Lutman, Carrington. a word processing specialist student; and Michele Klipfel. Ashley, a dental assisting student. NDSSS President Clair T. Blikre crowned Michele Klipfel Miss Perfect Type at the Printer’s Ball which was held in the Redwood Room. 118 Printers Ball11- MISS PERFECT TYPE CANDIDATES ANO THEIR ESCORTS (Top) Greg Belt . Brenda Engel. Curt Feickert. Michele Klipfel. Lynda Thielbar. Steve Nelson. Pam Lutman and Scott Krcssin. Printers Ball 119 KHP------------------------------------------------------------- -3 - Agricultural Business Club Harvey Link, Bruce Due and Paul Oehlke all by which advise the agricultural business club help guide the students to achieve the goals that they themselves can reach. Being the club that sponsored this year's homecoming queen, they get out and know where it's at. Activity wise, this club is much more than that. Participating in several state contests, first place in parlimentary procedure, second place in farm management. and a club member. Glenn Stastny, was chosen state president. They often compete in public speaking, demonstrations, sales and services. Being one of the clubs that takes a field trip, the agricultural business club goes to Minneapolis. They also start and finish their year out by having a barbeque in the fall and spring. This club is involved in many sports and other activities. They have proved many times that they have a lot to offer for NDSSS. Auto Collision Repair Club Since 1972. the auto collision and repair club has sponsored a scholarship for an eligible second year student. The recipient is chosen by his peers (members of the club), it is presently a $100 award. The recipient's name is also engraved on the permanent plaque located in the ACR building. An awards night along with a full banquet for all members is held in the spring of each year. The club participates annually in homecoming activities as evident by the many awards they have on display. Members are encouraged to buy and wear club jackets, caps and t-shirts, and participate in educational meetings throughout the year. 120 Clubs AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS CLUB (first year) Left: First Row: Harlan Deike. Greg Sykora. Wendell Ganyelhoff. Wade Westrick. David Steeves. Arlen Kalvick. Kerry Ebel. Keith Miller: Second Row: Brent Stroh. Lance Sorlien. John Heley. Ron Erickson. Gerald Jaeger: Third Row: Glen Stastny. Kent Brucr. Pat Nelson. John Ekbcrg. Clyde Myers. Jim Stallman: Fourth Row. Brian Bussman. David Seibel. Daniel Ode-gaard: Fifth Row: Craig Manock. Robert Brakke. Joy Myers. Loren Goeser; Sixth Row: Dale Rubish. Bryon Brynjulson. Mark Greicar. Darryl Eric and Mike Gopp. AGRICULTURAL BUSINESS CLUB (second year) Left Center: First Row: Paul Daly. Bob Toclle. Don Vigor. Cris Gapp. Kelly Johnson. Kevin Quick. Wade Kmkelaar. Keith Smith; Second Row: Jim Rabcnbcrg. Wayne Drangsholt. Scott Bice. Russ Ruliffsons. Patrick Anderson. Trent Veiure. Keith Drees: Third Row: David Wieler. Troy Brezicka. Mark Conzemius. Brian Rice. Brent Ptacek. Norman Boehm; Fourth Row: Randy Martinson. Todd Kapaun. Jim Langlex. Kyle Nicolai and Jeff Tnebold. ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING CLUB Below Left: First Row: John Ko-kales. Robert Lanz. Jim Dura. Brian Pederson. Allison Abrahamson. Wade Cermax. Brian Wentz. Marc Schanilec. Mary Knutson; Second Row: Billy Hobson. Mike Gcsotlchcn. Ken Volk. Lori Abrahamson. Chris Rctzlaff. Scott Griesbach. Dean Rucgcr. Glenn Markwarl. Malissa Hoff. Gerald Seefcld; Third Row: Jeff Miller. Joe Mansheim. Steve Knudsvig. Stephen Engel and Bill Niemann. AUTO COLLISION AND REPAIR CLUB (first year) Center: First Row: Scott Meyer. Raymond Grotte. Jason Sundley. Scott Parker. Jame Munter. Dale Flaten. Perry Leier. Chad Nelson. Gary Uhnch. Kory Dokken; Second Row: Mike Swan. Scott Heintzman. Dean Johnson. Darm Purkett. Joel Matthys. Andy Sletten. Kenny Thomas. Jeff Beck. Jeff Jacobson. Wayne Wolfgram. Chad Huber. Bob Bilden; Third Row: Clyde Koppmger. Jerome Rusdal. Randy Medenwald. Jim Ihly. Layne Bimber. Wallace Straus. Terry Spicrmg. Jamie Orth. Dean Langen-waiter. Brad Anderson. Dan Hovind. Brad Flaten; Fourth Row: Dave Zeller. Steve Nielsen. Mike 8eyer. Doug Holzbauer. Tom Dally. Mike Kueffler. Jerry Ott. Brad Odegard. Dana Elsbernd. Kelly Simonson. Neil Saiveson. Lynda Thieibar. Wayne Munson. Colm Wahlgren. Kent Meidinger. David Messner; Fifth Row: Scott Kroeplm. Brad Pierce. Layne Cm. Bob Dravland. Danny Peebles. Dave Jawaski. Jay Nez. Mikcy Sommer. Todd Ose. Dave Brooks. Duane Duda. Owen Huber and Shannon Day. AUTO COLLISION AND REPAIR CLUB (second year) Above: First Row. Byron Burred. Lance Miller. Todd Nelson. Pat Thompson. Larry Biggs. Ken Wolonetz. Rick Sondeiand. Marvin Olson. Terry Ketterling. Terry Aamold. Paul Blandt. Mike Lukoch. Rick Kraft; Second Row Warren Kassian. Mike Hagen. Lonnie Kocmick. Cindy Morrison. Kurt Knudson. Dan Kapp. Dana Reidburn. Loren Shereck. Neil Krueger. John Tung-seth. Ken Peterson. Brad Rodin. Jeff Bucholz. Rod Braaten. Russel Hensch. David Kelstrom. Wade Barnes: Third Row: Chad Heer. Robert Delorme. Doug Eastman. Cole Allen. Paul Hmsverk. Ron Haas. Bill Franzen. Jim Feistner. Kurt Ternes. Tyrone Burgad. Scott Liska. Paul Myrvik. Todd Heimdal; Fourth Row: Kevin Crandall. Doug Pullman Jr.. Brian Sauer. Mike Blaufuss. Dale Jacobson. Kevin Jarandson. and Darrell Coyle. Clubs 121Automotive And Auto Diesel Technology Automotive and auto diesel technology club is an organization of young people interested m 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. AUTOMOTIVE ANO AUTO DIESEL CLUB (first year) Top Right: Front Row Brad Tohack. Tom Simmons. Dean Wilson. Todd Thomsen. Scott Miller. Garry Hoagiund. Chad Cutshaw. John Roscoe. Gary Tottingham. Wayne Waller; Second Row. Jerry Frye. Greg Marshall. Randy Olson. Craig Rogne. Damon Peter. Paul Zumpf. Dave Amundson. Jay Jenson. KC Lewis; Third Row Gene Reirson-Advisor. Kurt Nagel. Paul Sonnenberg. James Van Vranken, Robert Harstad. Ove Hatlevoll. Michael Engwicht. Larry Adrian. Bryan 8ertsch and Todd Brakkc. AUTOMOTIVE AND AUTO DIESEL CLUB (second year) Center: Front Row: Brent Ellefson. Lars Eriksson. Steve Stetz. Ken Everson. Frank Gotaas. Dennis Sigman. Randy Laufenberg; Back Row: Steven Larson. Brian Armstrong. Mark Michel. Jim Peterson. Glenn Christianson. Rick McAllister and Mcryln Krause. Civil Engineering Tech. Interested in social and recreational activities or educating the general public 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 parade, sports as well as providing discussion topics of problems and new developments in their field at each of their meetings. CIVIL ENGINEERING CLUB Bottom: Front Row: Jesse Hickman. Gayle Lilly. Joe Kodis. Rene Phihppot. Greg Lmce. Kmk Halverson. Jeff Skonseng. Todd Eichorst. Jack Nelson. Brian Madcke. John Koschney: Second Row: Mr. Kas-teiie. Jim Ashland. Vern Shasky. John Bringgold. Ty Kelsch. Scott Tillman. Warren Tracy. Karl Stange. Tomm Bansc. Dean Lehmann. Kent Thoreson, Darei Schlotfeidt and Mike Callaghan. 122 Clubs Cook And Chef Club The cook and chef club is a departmental organization made up of cook and chef members. We have various social gatherings during the year and a field trip towards the end of the school year. To pay for these we have fund raisers thoughout the year. These get club members involved in campus activities and in other social activities. COOK AND CHEF CLUB Top: Front Row: Chuck Broxmcycr. Eugene Ostendcrf. Lyle Thomason. Kim Sax. Kim NordiCk. Toby Lien. Michelle Anderson; Second Row. Tony Lombutis. Toss Wood. Deb Kotasek. Jimmy Gooch. Kim Bran-denburger. Mike Chaput. James Octcrt; Third Row: Neil Riltenour-Advisor. Randy Faller. Debbie Cox. Steve Sticr. Blanc Grovum. Jell 8ir-chem. Paul Chase. John Koch. Joclcnc Hampton and Robert Nisja-Advisor. Dental Hygiene Club The main purpose of dental auxiliaries is to 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. With the dental student open to the public, much is learned. DENTAL HYGIENE CLUB (lirst year) Center: Front Row: Annette Byman. Molly Iverson. Wendy Hones. Holly Keller. Dawn May. Lucy Raymond. Mary Radtkc. Lisa Thompson; Second Row: Peggy Foussard. Juie Lenzmeier. Karen Morrison. Deana Norton. Joan Zicskc. Joni Bergman. Julie Pierce. Shelly Brenk. Susan Salisbury. Wendy Jurva. Kristi Thorson. Karla Sovig. Kari 8rcnden. Julie Schue and Barb Ballweber. DENTAL HYGIENE CLU8 (second year) Below: Front Row: Lanee' Songcr. Lisa Stabnow. Pamela Walter. Carole Steidl. Jill Blair. Dorlee Vmnard. Angie Schepp; Second Row: Peggy Anderson. MaryAnn Rittenour. Janet Hmgst. Naomi Nash. Machcle Swagel. Patti Schcclc. Gail Pueppke: Third Row Kay Nelson. Roxanne Vrem. Kristie V estlie. Sandy Kelly. Sherry Janke. Kellie Berg and Faith Reimnit . Clubs 123 PCS'Diesel Technology Under the supervision of Mr. Jean Kem-mit the first and second year diesel clubs are always busy helping each other raise money for the big field trip held in the spring of every year. They have organized a fascinating fun-raising project in which they clean shelter belts, cut down trees and sell them for farmers around the immediate area. A spring banquet is also held in which there is plenty to keep everyone interested. With the first and second year diesel clubs working together everyone can learn from each other and keep the club going. DIESEL TECHNOLOGY CLUB: (first year) Top: First Row: 8ryan Rosencrans. Craig Fcttig. Vaughan Rohrback. Randy Thue. Rick Stein. Tom Kinnen. Bob Hoff: Second Row: Mike Grefsrud. William Ben-enhold. Tyrone Verkuehlen. Jerry Loewcn. CNnt Mueller. Mike Duran. Paul Doll. Darin Wetzel: Third Row: Paul Ulmer. Lowell Alberts. David Colbenson. Gary Malbraaten. Paul Malbraaten. Paul Westbrook. Erick Johnson. Joel Nelson. Mike Wagner. Brian Bahm and 8rucc Gangh. DIESEL TECHNOLOGY CLUB: (second year) Center: First Row: Brett Stroh. Edward Straus. Warren Mi-Chaelsohn. Willie Eberle. Mike Friedenchs. Shawn Landis. Allen Buresh. Larry Miller; Second Row: Rick Kuchor. Bill Arndt. Brent Olson. Jack Fritz. Nick Wallin. Lonnie Knocll. Lcland Kvamme. Tom Nixen. Albert Beard: Third Row: Ralph Viall. Greg DeGeest. Lee Brandvoid. Mark Myere. Randy Wacker. Mike Dagner. Gary Knutson. Dale Barth. Keith Reinhart and Dave Dukart. DEC A This year our organization has been, and will be. involved in many special events. In October we put a float in the Homecoming parade, and held a raffle drawing for a black and white television. We also had a spaghetti dinner to recruit new members, followed by an election of officers. The results were as follows: President Carol Altoff. Vice President - Marlen Lenton. Treasurer - Annette Helgeson, Reporter. Photographer - Kim Seifert. Parlimentar-ian - Ryan Straabe and Secretary - Lisa Ritz. Coming up in the months to follow we plan to have numerous bake sales, a Christmas party, another raffle, bingo party. MDA Bowlathon and not to mention our State Competition and J.C. Nationals. Nationals are to be held in San 0ECA Bottom: First Row: Randy Fuder. Lisa Ritz. Carol AUholf. Kim Sioffert. Roger Miller; Second FranciSCO this year. Row: Mr. Hoseth-Advisor. Kim 8irchem. Mary Kippen. Bill Harrington. Karl Frigaard. Silba Tjlpueja and Connie Johnston. 124 Clubs a ■ ri eElectrical Club The NDSSS electrical club consists of first and second year students enrolled in the electrical technology program. The club is designed to provide extra-curricular activities in the electrical industry and social aspects of college life. The club provides the opportunity for field trips, social gatherings. and club competitions in various campus activities. ELECTRICAL CLUB: Left: Front Row: Russell Botton. Mitch Humann. Fay Danielson. Jeff Zcttel. Bryan Schimctz. Bill Weber. Jerry Mosscc. Darren Baesler. Mark Frieze: Second Row: Tom Cole. Kelly Gcllncr. Mark Engwicht. Richard Plum. Peter Vetter. Doug Prcsscr. Bob Olson. Dennis Knoll; Third Row: Gary Netz. Dave Hess. Rod Hoff. David Toth. Doug Mertz. Colm Chnstofferson. Paul Wcihand. Todd Officer and Kevin Dahlen. Electronics Club The electronics club has been in existence since 1979. Membership includes anyone enrolled in the electronics technology program. This year there are 52 members. Presiding officers are Kendall Steffen, second year computer systems technology, president. David Weinand. first year electronic technology, vice president, and Benita Malone, second year computer systems technology, secretary and treasurer. Activities are centered around participation in the electronics field. In the spring of 1984, club members took a trip to Minneapolis and toured the Sperry Corporation. Similar trips have been taken to Fargo. also. The club has regular meetings with guest speakers from the field. The electronics club also participates in school activities such as having a float in the Homecoming parade. This fall, one of the clubs own members. Mary Jo Holm, ran for Homecoming queen. ELECTRONICS CLUB: (first year) Center: Front Row: Jon Barthel. David Stillson. Dave Weiand. Scott Iverson. David Schanz. Mark Mo-derow. Kevin Ferris: Second Row: Jerome Brandner. Kim Cropsey. Dan Miller. Frank Rennich. Joseph Zmiel. Paul Herigstad. Mark Hensley. Mike Wieland: Third Row: Jim Fedorenko. Harold Rudnick. James Olson. Justin Braunagel. La try Vathroder. Tony Larson and Dave McCarthy. ELECTRICAL CLUB: (second year) Bottom: First Row: Mark Brown. Daryl Brandner. Ray Olson. Allen Palmer. Gordon FelCh. 8ob Neu-miller; Second Row: David Ankcnbaucr. James O'Connell. Rich Folkes-tad. Ken Steffen. Jerry Koehlcr-Advisor. John Osland-Advisor: Third Row: Rick 8ullis. Loren Schmidt. Dan Cagley. David Weber. Myron Goeser. David Stangeland and Steve 8iake Clubs 125a Engineering Club As the engineering club gets moving thoughout the school year, there are a lot of opportunities for everyone. The club is organized for pre-students as well as engineering students to help introduce this college field. They have many activities in which they raise money for future field trips. During the trips they learn and experience what this career is all about. ENGINEERING CLUB Top: Front Row: Dave Mer-bach. Bob Martery. Mark Salwei. Kyle Enochson. Liz Mcidmgcr; Second Row: Ryan Ness. Michael Elling-son. Jeff Barth. 8ermce Taylor. Carson Kouba: Third Row: Tracy Lefzring. Duane Wclinitz. Dan Klostcr-man. Paul Lmdstrom Sam Malone and Jack Mike-lich. Environmental Systems Club 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 extra-curricular 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. ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS CLUB Center: Front Row: Sam Knapp. Bruce Evenson. Shawn Sundean. Shawn Londcis. Roger Conrad. Dorian Monson; Second Row: Harold Miller. Jim 8eem. Curt Skalicky. Darrel Bachman. Randy Olson. Larry Spiering. Steve Jacobson: Third Row: 8ob Abbot-Advisor. Leon Schlafmann. Scott Brewer. Bob Kinnischtzke. Steve Dullum. Perry Stieg. Kevin Sherva and Dale Braaten. GRAPHIC ARTS CLUB (first year) Bottom: First Row: Judy Priewe. Karen Lorenz. Dawn Ostern, Rhonda Pick. Paulme Mortenson; Second Row: Owen Berg. Michelle LaFountain. Dale Blaedorn. Paul Johnson. Jo Muhock. Sharia Frank. Mary Baumgartner. Scott Kressin; Third Row: Dave Harcland. Daryl Migler. Greg Beltz. Steve Nelson. Chad Clint and Dan Schlicht. 126 ClubsI n I 1 i GRAPHIC ARTS CLUB (second year) Top: Front Row; Pom Peters. Rick Kraemer. Beth Johnson. Paul 8akos. Cindy Ha-bcrman: Second Row: Connie Gumeringer. Jo Eastby. Kathy Dosch. Lori Rorman. Tara Edwardson. Mike Engclkmg. Rodney Monk: Second Row: Lori Thiscth. Karen Winkler. Lynn Giese. Dawn Arneson. Jeff Pochop. 8ruce Jorgenson: Fourth Row: Robyn Peplow. Kent Miller. Allen 8ock. Curtis Feickert. Darnell Pfeifer. David Dynes: Fifth Row: John Cruden. Steve Engelkmg and Scott Vcdquam. Inter Varsity Christian Fellowship Club We give of ourselves when we give gifts of the heart-love, kindness, joy. understanding, sympathy. tolerance and forgiveness. We give of ourselves when we give gifts of the mind-ideas, dreams, purposes, ideals, principles, plans, inventions. projects and poetry. We give of ourselves when we give gifts of the spirit-prayer, vision, beauty, aspiration, peace, faith. We give of ourselves when we give gifts of words-encourage-ment. inspiration, and guidance. Emerson said it well: "Rings and jewels are not gifts but apologies for gifts. The only true gift is a portion of thyself." INTER VARSITY CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP CLUB Center: First Row. Lars Scheuffele. Jim Feistner. Joyce Aasncss. Janet Goodnough. Cindy Aichclc. Jill Droubic. Brenda Heyd. Paul Rucb: Second Row: Ewald Christensen. Bill Warner. Paul Guls-vig, Hugh Soule. Donna Brusven. LeAnn Haffner. Connie Zibcll. Clayton Lmdgren: Third Row: Steve Herman. Joey Beck-strand. Justm 8raunagei. David McNabb. John Ekberg. Trent Mindeman. Gerry Niehus and Leigh Sandncss. INTERNATIONAL CLUB Pictured left is twenty-one of the college's 44 foreign students who attended an orientation meeting with NDSSS Student Services personnel earlier this fall. Meeting with foreign student advisor Mercedes Morris, left, and Charles Hanson. right, vice president for student services were: Front Row: Chukuan Benya Api-kul. Thailand: Duangjai Kittichartphayak. Thailand; Phan Huynh. Vietnam; Evonne Hanson. Taiwan; Silba Tjipueja. Namibia; Ro-salyn Otieno. Kenya; Second Row: Fahed Al-Falah, Kuwait; Said Ibrahim. Jordan: Phuong Tran. Vietnam; Raed Rashid. Jordan; Toi Ngo. Vietnam; Jamal El Sadi. Jordan; Petr Vodenka. Czechoslovakia; Third Row: Harry Tjipueja. Namibia; Pekka Santala. Finland; Lars Eriksson. Sweden; Ali Haider. Pakistan; Mahmoud Salem. Kuwait; and Querra Para-fino, Mozambique. Clubs 127T MACHINE TOOLING Top: First Row: Bryan Musset-ler. Ron Fmnicum. Cornell Kolar. Dan Johnson. Craig Mitchell: Second Row: Todd Loshman. Bryan Redmond. John Huelsman. Greg Schrocdcr. Bruce Larson. Dan Schrocder. Randy Goodman: Third Row: Rory lyson. Bob Laulmann. Glen Koeppe. John Duchscher. Brian Gorman and Steve Wolf. MECHANICAL DRAFTING Center: First Row: Richard Mitchell. Richard Haugen. Jerome Sims. Dave Ko-kesh. Lee Macklem; Second Row: Jim Dune. Mark Kreuter. Kevin Geiger. Robert Meece. Beth Brouil-lard. Kelly Haugtvcdt. Paul Bcrens: Third Row: Verry Young. Gene Snyder. Lloyd Johnson. Alan Huss. Mike Becker. Kevin Wolf. Andy 8oomgaardcn. Rick Schulz; Fourth Row: Randy Emter. Andy Thomason. Kurt Hilzondager. Mark Keller. Terry Labounty. Bryan Ritzke. Jerome Pratt. Adam Nics and Dasin Milles. NEWMAN CENTER Bottom: Paul Verlmde. Joseph Zinicl. Sister M. Jean Louise. D.S.F.. Patricia Doll. Peggy Schmatz. Jodi Sauer. Cindy Fetch. Dan Wen-inger and Fr. Bernard Pfau. OTA Far Right: First Row: Brenda Owen. Ginger Foeuter. Rhonda Olsen. Bonita Barta. Joan Weber. Deb Jensen; Second Row: Holly Stebbins. Monty Steffens. Brenda Lackman. Terri Freeman. Nancy Fastccn. Cmdy Umland and Sheila Rustad. PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY CLUB Far Center: First Row: Mike Sjursen. Leo Cody. 8lainc Zainhofsky. Craig Abraham. Warren Sporrer; Second Row: Frank Buchholz. Cory Johson. Lance Engel. Kenny Biwer. Sue Kinkle. Pat Heckcr. Tim Kafler; Third Row: Darrel Klundt. Jerry Trotter. Tim Dornheim. Joel Van-Zee. Jeff Vogsland and Lynn Fandrich. 128 Clubs Occupational Therapy Assistant Club Being in the Occupational Therapy Assistant club is of two parts, one of which is social, parties, outings, class trips and games and the other services, which include Christmas caroling, helping the handicap and more or less a volunteer aid for others. To raise money for the events of this club they sell flowers. Easter baskets, candy, baked goods and or wash cars. The OTA Club is very active but more important, this club is there to learn to help others. Petroleum Technology Club The Petroleum Technology club provides students broad training which may allow each student to find employment in several segments of the production areas of the oil and gas industry. The students, when future-ly employed by oil or service companies, had the additional supervision to obtain adequate job proficiency in a technical specialization. Phi Beta Lambda Club The purpose ot the organization is to_ "provide opportunities for post secondary and college students to develop vocational competencies for business and office occupations and business teacher education. PBL is an integral part of the instructional program and in addition promotes a sense of civic and personal responsibility." PHI BETA LAMBDA CLUB Left: First Row: Tammi Gilbertson. Peggy Axtman. Janice Rieger. Darby Iverson. Zoe Buus. Janell William; Second Row: Jim Janssen. Debbie Windfalder. Angie Jelinek. Michelle Weigum. Miles Benz. Sally Vetter. Oorla Rieger. Pekka Santaia. Joe Pender. Honker Hoffner; Third Row: Cindy Koblc. Peter Christiansen. Paula Finke. Cindy Nielsen. Deb Gcfroh. Richard Johnson. Teresa Soxlund. Leanne Stumf. Doug Waslaski; Fourth Row: Shelley Wanner. Patricia Doll. Joy Carkuff. Linda Maki. Lori Rmguottc. Vonni Barth. Tim Adams. Nancy Meland and Lori Dunham. Clubs 129Sacajawea Club Sacajawea Club is an all-women's organization open to any NDSSS woman student. One of the oldest clubs on campus, it has functioned continuously since its founding in March of 1927. Intended to provide a means of association among women students, it actively promotes a four-fold program of cultural, educational. social, and service activities for its members. Activities include trips to Chanhassen Dinner Theatre and to Minneapolis, fashion shows, dinner parties, teas, trail ride, trip to Winnepeg. and service projects, such as. bloodmobile sign up. Parents' Day. AAUW House Tour. AAUW Art Show. NDSSS Sweetheart Ball and Kinship Program. Sacajawea Woman of the Year Award is given annually to the most active member. Student Practical Nursing Club Advised by Mrs. Jane Krump, the student practical nurses are always involved in many activities. There are two sessions, one in June and the other in December. In the summer session there are picnics, softball games, swimming and a lot of time outside in the sun. Winter session is just as supportive of the club with volleyball. Christmas caroling and enjoyment of the cold, crisp season. The sessions are very much involved and they have a banquet and a field trip to look forward to at the end of their studies. SACAJAWEA CLUB Right: Front Row: Mercedes Morris-Advisor. Stacey Mumm. Angela Ostby. Connie Mines. Lisa Surrell. Carol Altholf. Nancy Wagner; Second Row: Lynelle Haring. Laurie Gietzen. Tammy Rocholl. Christie Blaufuss. Barb Anderson, Angela Gerber. Kari Brenden. Joelene Hampton: Third Row: Peggy Schmaltz. Cindy Bustad. Sharon Liska. Tracy Moyhoff. Alanette Kline. Kim Conzemius. Jodi Michels. Oorene David and Denise Fischer. 130 Clubs RECREATIONAL ENGINES Top Left: Front Row: Todd Smith. Bill Hassen. Kelly Nets. Mike Job. Ted Oclls. Glenn Roll; Second Row: Mr. Peter son-Advisor. Bill Orake. Tim Krogen. Randy Boatright. Howard lucck. Mike Chapin. David Tes-sier. Larry Lovcik. Bryan Johnson: Third Row: Tony Smykowski. Pat Kovash. DelRay Bangcn. Michael Porter. Scott Phipps and Wayne Heintz. REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING CLUB Left Center: Front Row: Marshal Albright. Eugene Lane. Mike Overby. Scott Graham. Stewart Young. Wayne Heiman, William Warner. Vince Falk: Second Row: Irvin Moeller-Advisor. Kenny Phelps. Richard Iszlcr. Wallen Loepp. Mike Pfewinger. Kerry Fretheim. Kevin Yates. Bruce Vannett: Third Row: Steve Sommorfcld. Steve Cron. Raymond Goettle. Wes Wixo. 8rock Lam-brccht. Tim Pausch. Brett Gist. Rolf Blom and Stephen Koranda. STUDENT ACTIVITIES BOARD Top: Front Row: Faith Reimnitz. Lyle Thomason. Kirn Muchlbcrg: Second Row: Mike Johnson. Twila Valan. Dorn Hinsvcrk. Lisa Stenehjem. Allan Stenehjem and Zoe Buus. STUDENT PRACTICAL NURSES CLUB Center: Front Row: Jodccn Navratil. Carol Konrad. Laura Bingham. Tamara Myers. 8obbie Hinrichs. Bonnie Favazza; Second Row: Domingo Torres. Deb Holli. Rene Engen. Colleen McLaughlin. Lori Mahler. VaNita Smedshammer. Seanne Howard: Third Row: Mrs. Krump-Advisor. Genelle Lo-pienski. Sharecn Coivert. Melody Odegard. Kathy Stoland and Joctta Lupkcs. UPHOLSTERY CLUB Bottom: Front Row: Don Fraasc. Colleen Metcalf. Ken Simmons. Tim Fit-terer; Second Row: Jean Fuka. Jerry Finley. Kye Kundert. Jeryl White. Dale Aman. Garry Wagner; Third Row: Jim Jacobson. Marlowe Monson. Richard Migler. Cory Olsen. Kurtis Mack. Richard Olson and Larry Lehn. ■5 Clubs 131VETS CLUB Top: Front Row: Cmdy Jacobson. Peter Jacobson. Christina Jacobson. Nadine Simon. Tammy Hagen and Trista Hagen; Second Row: Diwayne Kordovsky. Terry Neuman. Greg Anderson. Mike Hagen. Lar$ Schcuffcle. Terry Aamold. Rick IS2lcr; Third Row: Paul Herig-Stad. Dave Haveland. Art Harrington. Mike Lukach and Marvin Olson. WELOING TECHNOLOGY CLUB (first year) Bottom: First Row: Kyle Koigley. Kevin Dahlen. Randy Orth. Peter Klein. Milner Hystad. Nick Krush. Mark Erhroth; Second Row: James Mattson. Kirk Tocpko. Alan Hanson. Roy Erickson. Shawn Seymanski. Lome Jose: Third Row: Philip Gernand. Rory Ockert. Millard Samucison. Daryn Schuler. Wesley Winkler. Neal Schumacher. Steven Neumann. Tony Sherevk. Mitch Carlson. Jerry Biewer and Pat Kicffer. O-J-l— I Welding Technology Club The club consists of all students enrolled in first and second year welding curriculums (first year regular welders, second year Robotic and Advanced Welding). Members of the club are active in campus activities, especially Homecoming functions including the construction of a float each year. Members of the club have traditionally enjoyed a spring tour, for example, visiting industrial locations, primarily engaged in welding, fabrication, and manufacturing. Some of the areas they have toured include Duluth shipyards. Minnesota iron range. Minneapolis St. Paul industrial sites, coal fired plants in Western North Dakota. Steiger Manufacturing in Fargo, and Melroe Manufacturing in Gwinner. WELDING TECHNOLOGY CLUB (first year) Top: First Row: John Breslin. Jim Klayson. Darrell Re-poyd. STevc Jensen. Scott Schantz: Second Row: Robert Lcmke. Mark Brunellc. Gerald Hiltner. Wayne Strcmick. Jell Krueger. Stephen Olson. Norman Martin. Steven Votava. and Lewis Schuhlitawski. WELDING TECHNOLOGY CLUB (second year) Center: First Row: Doug Brannen. Pat Moulsofl. Curt Endcrle. Darrel Kirkland: Second Row: Martin Peltier. Jim Dally. Dave Hildebrand. Bruce Link and Tim Pacholke. WILDCAT KITTENS Left: First Row: Lisa Stcnchicm. Lisa Surrell. Deb McLean. Rose Schcllcr. Nancy Meland; Second Row: Pam Gira. Connie Zibcll. Cindy Urn-land. Kim Muehlbcrg and Kan Brendcn. Clubs 133NDSSS PERSONALITIES NDSSS is filled with many people. Students who are from different countries, and students that have different interests and hobbies which make them a special person. The Agawasie staff interviewed five students. Here you will read a little about each of them, where they are from and why they chose to come to NDSSS. We think you will find their comments interesting and fun to read. Here's an interview with Rosalyn Otieno from Nairobi. Kenya. She is a first-year student in Pre-Education at NDSSS. Staff: How do schools In Kenya differ from the U.S? Rosalyn: Most of our high schools are boarding schools and we wear uniforms. The rules are more rigid in class attendance and our school work had to be done in a shorter period of time. Staff: How do people in Kenya dress? Rosalyn: In our age group, the girls dress very smart, even if they're just going to a movie. The guys mostly wear jeans and a smart shirt. Staff: Is the food very different? Rosalyn: I mostly miss fresh foods and the diferent taste of food because we have less canning and preserving of fruits, meats and vegetables. Our weather allows us to grow fresh food all the year through. Staff: Do you miss your family and your country? Rosalyn: Yes I do. because I love them and I miss my country especially because of the cold North Dakota weather. Adapting has been hard as this is my first winter ever. Staff: What are your future plans? Rosalyn: I plan to complete my Bachelors Degree in Political Science and then attain my Bachelor of Law after that. Our next interview is with Diane Moenkedick from Perham. Minnesota. She is a second-year student in Dental Hygiene. Staff: Why did you come to NDSSS? Diane: It was the only school in this area to offer the program I was interested in. Staff: What do you think about the school, students and instructors? Rosalyn Otiena Diane: NDSSS has good programs if you know what you want to go into. There is a special closeness between classmates in your program, and that's neat! Because of the small classes, the students can get special attention from the teachers. I did’nt expect that at college. Staff: What are your hobbies? Diane: I grew up near a lake, so I enjoy swimming, water skiing, fishing and ice skating. 134 NOSSS PersonalitiesDiane Moenkedick Jon: Quarterback. I also pole vault in track. Staff: What are your hobbies? Jon: I like mountain climbing and skiing. hardest worker in track. From Stanford. Montana is Jon Wrzesinski who is a first-year student in Pre-Education and Health and Recreation at NDSSS. Staff: Why did you come to NDSSS? Staff: How did you get interested in sports? Diane: I am the youngest of 11 brothers and sisters who also participated in sports. I like competing for fun and it feels good to be in shape. Staff: What can you tell me about basketball and track? f Diane: In basketball. I play forward. In track. I run in the 1500 meter relay. 400 meter hurdles and the 50 and 800 meter runs. I was awarded Jon: I was interested in playing football for NDSSS and enrolling in the pre-physical ed — health and recreation program. Staff: What position do you play in football? Staff: How are the people different in North Dakota from Montana? Jon: In Montana, we dress more casual. In North Dakota, you don't see as many people wearing Levi 501 8lueS- NOSSS Personalities 135Pekka: The food. In Finland, we have more whole grain foods and not as much junk food. Staff: Are the people different? Pekka: In Finland, people are much quieter. They also don't have tempers that flare up. They are more calm than Americans. 136 Staff: What is a major difference between the U.S. and Finland? Pekka: It is a long story. In Finland, there are more students than there NDSSS Personalities Pekka: The people are nice. I can say l m not disappointed and I like it here more than I thought I would. Staff: What are you future plans? Jon: To go into sports medicine and to someday be an athletic trainer. Here is an interview with Veli Pekka Santala from Helsinki. Finland who is a second-year student in computer programming. Staff: Why did you come to NDSSS? Jon Wrzesmski is room at the colleges. So I decided to go to another country. The United States is supposed to be good for computers. I was accepted at three colleges, but I chose here because the climate in North Dakota is similar to my country's. Also, there were more Scandanavian names. Staff: What do you think about it here at NDSSS? S36Rochelle Rustnd Staff: Did you receive any rodeo awards in high school? Rochelle: In 1983 I went to the National High School Rodeo Finals in Douglas. Wyoming for cow cutting. Cow cutting is when you have to keep one cow away from the rest of the herd for a certain period of time. Staff: What rodeo events do you compete in at college? Rochelle: Breakaway roping. We simply rope a calf around his neck after it is let out of the chute. NDSS Personalities 137 guess... I am the third generation from my family to come here. Staff: How did you get interested in rodeos? Rochelle: My sister got me started in the business. Staff: What kind of equipment do you take with you to rodeos? Rochelle: Just my ropes, saddle and of course. Reeder, my horse. Santala Staff: What are your future plans? Pekka: Next summer I will go to Finland and then return to NDSSS next year for Business Administration. I would like to work in the United States. Rochelle Rustad is in Business Administration at NDSSS and her hometown is Kindred. North Dakota. Staff: Why did you come to NDSSS? Rochelle: To carry on the tradition. ITHE HUB The hub means a meeting place or a place for social gathering. A place of recreation, relaxation and enjoyment, the student center offers us a variety of conveniences. The student center houses a cafeteria, a bookstore, several meeting rooms, a bowling alley, the mail room, a gameroom and the hub. The hub is often used as a meeting place for friends and a place to relax between classes. 138 Student CenterI • Activities 141 All Seasons Arena Another academic year has begun with a lot of activity equipment available to keep the students at North Dakota State School of Science in shape. The activity center is open for all kinds of excitement to stay fit or just have a good time. The activity center is the headquarters for the colleges swimming pool, volleyball court, weight room, track, basketball. racquetball and tennis courts, and the place where phy-ed classes, such as slimnastics. archery and social dance are held. The activities center will also be the site for several games and tournaments for the sport seasons. This building is under the supervision of the Athletic Department and is a place where a lot of excitement, competition and challenges can be found. V, ----■------------------------- THERE'S NOTHING i 1 LIRE IT ... Campus Housing NDSSS welcomes Clifford Dronen as the new Director of Residential Services. Besides housing. his office directs campus security, the campus health center, campus safety, vending machine operations and traffic (which includes I parking). His biggest job each year is finding housing for every student who seeks it. The dorms house over 1.700 men and women and 174 apartments are available for second year single men and women and students with families. The dorms aren't exactly "home sweet home" but you can add those personal touches to make it your own. There are study rooms, laundry. television lounges, recreation rooms and a variety of vending machines for those late night snacks. S!1-...■...■ ---HOME----- SWEET HOME The campus apartments allow students the freedom of having their own place conveniently near the college at lower rates than off-campus housing. They even have their "own" kitchens where they can cook!NIGHT LIFE Night life in Wahpeton is not something to be taken lightly. Whether it be going to a movie, partying down in the local bars, going out to eat. or just shooting some pool down in the game room, students always find time to amuse themselves. OPCORM run n rnK»2®9  I I 1. Pauline Mortenson. Lori Thiseth and Oarnell Pfeifer. 2. Jim litch. photographer and business manager Monica Heyen. 3. Dawn Osiern and Karen Lorenz. 4. Advisor Del Sanders. 5. Joan Wotsch and assistant editor Deb Hagen. 6. Editor Michelle 8ernier 3nd Sue Kemp. 7. Copy editor Marty Erbcs. 146 Annual Staff mini a 5j f££lize that all of this madness has bftprt feVyB d-ing. I've learned a great deal in thelfcpfi'dxJ oBbs abbut,responsibility and working-towar| eaJ J Fpr he first Jime, the Agawasie annual staff iise4 word processing program to use for the annual’s copy. Along with this new addition, came many obstacles and moments of confusion.. For all their time and energy spent working wifti this program LI would like to thank Marty Erbes and £athy Deal.'Thanks to Del, Mud and the staff for all their time, hard work and creativity. Special thanks to ?fflrMor all his encouragementjan days when I was spread thtrv, I’would also like to th‘ank anyone who r.eads this book and appreciates it. It probably doesn’t rrlearvthe same thing as it would to someone who knows "that-every word and photograph represents many hours by' many people. But I want you,to keep-it just the same. I hope this yearbook brings back everything you wish to remember in 1984-85 — and nothing that you wish to forget. - ' Editor Michelle BernierIf you feel the North Dakota State School of Science has helped you in any way. such as securing employment, don’t forget us. the college is always here to help you. The Alumni Association would like you to become a member by contributing any amount of money to your favorite fund. Please come back during Homecoming and visit with former classmates, instructors and friends. Send us any news about yourself and your SSS friends to be used in future issues of the Alumni Review. BMW 3 COUNTr PITON BflCCkOrAr lifers, 605 Dak. Ave.-Box 1101 P.O. Box 249 Wahpeton. ND 58075 Breckenridge. MN 56520 149✓ Cards • Gifts • Stationery Posters Phone 642 6431 411 Dakota Avenue Wahpeton, N.D. 201 Minnesota Ave. 643-1559 150 AdsWIL-RICH Hwy 81 13 Av N VILLAGE NORTH 16 Ave. 9th Street Wahpteton, N.D. Ads 151CORNER DRUG "Prescription Specialists” 0.8. Foldcn. Prop. 522 Dakota Ave. Wahpeton. NO 642-5595 TODAY’S EDUCATION IS THE KEY TO TOMORROW’S TECHNOLOGY 3A ALBUMS TAPES MUCH MORE ALL GUARANTEED LOWEST PRICES Complete SERVICE Department Tripsin Dty | rk fr WAMPETON-eilMASCK —MINOT 

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