Northern State University - Pasque Yearbook (Aberdeen, SD)

 - Class of 1972

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It is often the individual effort which makes the final dif- ference betvveen medi- ocrity and superiority, therefore, Northern pro- vides the environment for individual excellence whether scholastic or social. Veg, I Administrators chart future development for Northern As President of Northern State College Dr. Norbert K. Baumgart stressed the impor- tance of keeping Northern's interests in pri- mary and secondary education. The Northern State College foundation continued to expand under Dr. Baumgart's leadership. As Vice-president and Dean of Academic Affairs, Dr. Lester Clarke supervised the faculty of the college. He was responsible for the scheduling of classes. The Office of Administrative Services was headed by Dr. Wendell Jahnke. Dr. Norbert K. Baumgart, President of the College. ADMINISTRATION ' W 2 TOP: Dr. Lester A. T Clarke, Vice-President -' and Dean of Academic ' 1 Affairs. BOTTOM: Dr. Wendell L.Jahnke, Dean iff" of Administrative Ser- vices. ,L in . --., ,,',', ge e, ADMINISTRATION :!'3.J ADMINISTRATION r , ,- '-.X xA -'wx Vie fl 1592" I 'T ...f Offices perform valuable services Don Vogt, Dean of Students, served as supervisor of the Student Personnel Offices. As Director of Student Activities at NSC, Dr. Richard Cinclair was advisor and co- sponsor of the Social Affairs Committee, Big Name Entertainment Committee, and Student Senate. Myrle Hanson, Dean of Men, handled the proceedings necessary for any student finan- cial aid. R. Elizabeth Wray served as Dean of Women. She was the advisor for many organ- izations on campus. Business Manager William Krikac and Associate Business Manager Milton Dervvald were in charge of the college funds. Dr. Lloyd F. Johnson served as Assistant Director of Administrative Services. Frank Gellerman served as Associate Director of Placement. Russa Osborne, Manager of the College Bookstore, supplied students with textbooks and necessary supplies and materials. Bernard Daschel served as director of the Memorial Union. Ralph Johnson, director of the physical plant, supervised all building and remodeling done on Northern's campus. This included the new Multi-Purpose classroom building which was completed in the spring of 1972. TOP LEFT: Myrle Hanson, Dean of Men and Beth Wray, Dean of Women. MIDDLE: Dr. Richard Van Beek, Dean of Admissions and Records. RIGHT: Ralph Johnson, Physical Plant Director: Bernard Daschel, Memorial Union Director: Russa Osborne, Bookstore Manager. BOTTOM LEFT: Milton Dewald, Assistant Business Manager: William Krikac, Business Manager. MIDDLE: Frank Geller- man, Placement Director: Dr. Lloyd Johnson, Assistant Director of Administrative Services. RIGHT: Dr. Richard Cinclair, Director of Student Activities and Don Vogt, Dean of Students. ADMINISTRATION Dr. Syed Ahsan Language 8: Literature Hazel Benn Language 81 Literature Dr. Gerald Bieber Language 8: Literature Illona Clark Language 84 Literature Joan Conklin Language 84 Literature William Droessler Language 84 Literature Dr. John Proctor Division of Language 84 Literature Chairman O. John Emerson Language 81 Literature James Flavin Language 84 Literature Richard Foys Language 84 Literature Tom Hansen Language 81 Literature Anita Hof Language 8: Literature Bettie Hutchinson Language 8: Literature Robert Hutchinson Language 8: Literature Mary Keller Language 81 Literature Richard Kline Language 8: Literature Harvey Lee Language 8: Literature James Ma useth Language 81 Literature Richard Norquist Language 8: Literature Alice Palmquist Language 81 Literature Terrance Raczko Language 8: Literature Alain Ranwez Language 81 Literature FACU LTY Divisions stimulate individual student, maintain excellence through innovation Q 2 sux' I' , FQM. 5 "fl 1:3 - .. .. r' .'-1.4 A 4 -r , . H , ,I . ':l-,xl V l -, ll , .ll , l XJ. 1, l Q, X 5 4 ' 1 , ,Y r J' 8' ' r. I V- ' 1 ww its ' f ', '.s-Y l. r :vas re -. - ' - 'J Z , k ay? ' 4-.2 5 li The Division of Language and Litera- ture added a Speech Correction major this spring. A sound suite was installed in Seymour Hall for use in the speech correction clinic. Also, a special stage technician was hired. , Students involved with the Medical Technology program of the Division of Science and Math spend an internship with affiliated hosptials. With additional lab facilities, the department has been able to implement new approaches to strengthen course offerings. The Division of Business Education and Secretarial Science was renamed the Division of Business. Having a computer on campus enabled the Division to in- clude computer science courses in its offerings. The Division continued to hold meet- ssl - i il 11' ,- ' -1.. 'fe l. I I , 'H - 3951 Q D mxlffxxrt i 4... r hmmm Mote ms, ings with an advisory board composed of Aberdeen businessmen. The Division of Industrial Arts and Safety Education now has a teaching minor in Driver and Safety Education in addition to the regular Industrial Arts program. ln the Industrial Arts area, new equipment has been added in the metals area and welding. Dennis Scott Language 81 Literature Kathleen Stoller Language 81 Literature Jerod Story Language 81 Literature Andrine Stricherz Language 84 Literature Jim Willis Language 84 Literature Viola Willis Language 8: Literature Kendrick Brown Science 84 Mathematics iq, Dr. Elton Fors Science 84 Mathematics Dr. Jim Freis Science 84 Mathematics Dr. William Haigh Science 81 Mathematics Dr. Warren Hein Science 84 Mathematics Raj Karim Science 84 Mathematics Dale Larson Science 81 Mathematics James Nelson Science 8: Mathematcis . Dr. Gertrude Miller l Mathematics Chairman Gary Peterson Science 81 Mathematics Evelyn Roberts Science 8: Mathematics Dr. Jack Saunders Science 84 Mathematics Louise Stolle Science 84 Mathematics Gordon Williams Science 84 Mathematics Edwin Williamson Science 81 Mathematics J.E. Wood Science 8: Mathematics Gary Berg Business Hugo Carlson Business R.G. Dahl Business FACULTY Division of Science 81 J ,M Dr. Marvin Ehley Business Duane Ewer 5, Business 4... L V "" ' 1 A ' -E511 . , ,. gg hr- I- , 'fat EJ Gainok -A it N ' 'V Business if Y' fi Dr. Harvey Harrington,Jr. 7 .V -" f . Business ' I - H553 .. if 13 -. if N. .- ,., L - 1,1 A f: Lyman Humann Business A 1 Ronald Johnson f., ? - Business Dr. Harold Jasinski, Division of Business f Chairman if up-Q Y ,mi V Z' . " if il I ,, 1 ll 9 David Karsky Business T.J. Pappas Business Miguel Serna Business Rolland Aman Industrial Arts Ottis Belden Industrial Arts ' ' 5 .su -was .ii wi fe ,fi I f' I " fi sal,g st-ZF , 5 E5-, L .,,?' , s,--Ka' J' SLD 5YN -I 1 I J A I 1 Ginn- 21' all W Y mr QEFQ M m me - , Y as ..ffv,,E Y Terry Richardson Industrial Arts Alyce Berrgren L W., is ,s.w,, .t F i ne Arts , ,gi l, i H1 wear A-1 fm-if iuxrsv Q I ff I Ax Ni ' I . V. "th, .W vu- .. mmm - sr - : , - awe lsigfy , as , , I, r Y 1: I Ea ss- ,:- as V 5' U iiiilpiei, . ,t5..s.f.1, asm ' ' E . YY L H 153555- IX I mga I ms I ,sw ii Lyn, W, I--1 Eugene Otto 1- ff Industrial Arts Donald Poirier Industrial Arts I 4.. . EF I - I i .A Y. I4-. V5 Z Paul Biorn -gfgiffhll fi 'jf' "7 Fine Arts yvfkeirl' . 'X' " - , ' Lynn Carlsgaard 17 7 . Q33 -5, A Fine Arts QL is D xg, , : Dr. Marvin Burroughs f - ' , ,,. I Division of Industrial 1 A' L A ,,,,.4.5i, Arts Chairman A - I fi ll - -it . I - Z ' 'Q-Rag by K 1 i D 5 , FACULTY Af -Q.. -l i -i -ei . . A l rw sie-X ll ka' - - J., ' U ii ,I '5' 1 i 'lo- 5 ffl. 5 I i 3 in J- ' A-i"57'5 xx ' fs" '9- ' i 'LQMHBM r -- 54 v X My ,X 4 'FET il fa j il ., l l Qtr 9 +8-, xl A 'Y sq' v. QI , fgfhb af if , 1 ffm A--fr B. i-A x ' V ' EEE l I lr- A 1 en who fa. 'Wu ,F N ii, We is ,, ...g, ima ,vw N. 'fi h 171, . i iii! iii 'ii' ,L fu M - mn in -sw M - ' . gr.: . rin , ' LQ! I . V - x - -'nw -We ' PM A A 'E' Vi K , ' ill gy? , 1 ,gig he 3 K! , - 5f,g .11-A W J 671211 , 1. Q .. i .' V ' 1... f - I ,N A I m, ' Q: E, I "ici 2 'ani fatale i i i gg F 5 s- - ' v.. V, gb . Y. fi I fi 2'-L , ,,,ef'fi." - f, -fe: -' v .. , r F l "inf 'i Nl-3 James Ewing Fine Arts Ann Gebuhr Fine Arts Jim Gibson Fine Arts Mavis Hamre Fine Arts Meritt Johnson Fine Arts Dr. Wilmer Kirschenmann Fine Arts James L. Lauver Fine Arts Grace McArtur Fine Arts Harvey Moen Fine Arts Leonard Palmquist Fine Arts Janis Pearson Fine Arts Mark Shekore Fine Arts Todd Tucker Fine Arts Ben Vandervelde Fine Arts Darwin Walker Fine Arts Philip Weinacht Fine Arts Dr. John Berggren Division of Fine Arts Chairman Dr. Arthur Buntin Social Science Gary Conklin Social Science Phil Dwight Social Science Richard Elling Social Science Virgil Ellwood Social Science Jim Evenson Social Science Fred Griebie Social Science Dr. Patrick Halley Social Science Jack Hickman Social Science Larry Kreuger Social Science FACULTY Richard Lawton Social Science Douglas L. Miller Social Science Dr. Russell 0. Brock Division of Social Sci- ence Chairman John Painter Social Science Robert Thompson Social Science Varied course offerings encourage student involvement with education ,uifili -1-' ii i N mf.-5 if ,mi e i Thomas Tillery Social Science Robert Webb Social Science Joon H. Yoo Social Science Forrest Allred Edu tion 84 Psychology Dr. John Arneson Edu tion Si Psychology James R . Bailey Edu tion 84 Psychology Dr. John Drayer Education 81 Psychology Dr. Arthur Engel Education 84 Psychology Dr. John H. Ewert Education 81 Psychology Julia Finley Education 84 Psychology Dr. Melvin Grabowska Education 84 Psychology Dr. Kenneth Bryant Division of Education 81 Psychology Chairman FACU LTY , . ' E A X 6 ' xzssi' ' f N V J X 1 if ' The Division of Fine Arts will be moving to the Dr. Lloyd and Nlarie Johnson Fine Arts Center upon its com- pletion. The Division conducts solo classes for student performers. New courses have been added to the program to enhance the music education of students. The Social Science Division concerned itself with developing courses to prepare its students to cope with a rapidly ..7....c.:.h I - -..., l gl. .' V W! l X . .N rug: ""' "r ' " .sl ,ig . s. 5 ,LQ .II . , ! i .L ,l' tl l changing world. The opportunity for independent and off campus study was increased. The Education and Psychology Divi- sion developed on an experime ntal basis, a plan whereby students can intern in cooperation schools for an entire sem- ester rather than for a nine week period. Plans were made to strengthen the psychology minor. Intercollegiate women's sports have r?"+ been expanded to include bowling and track, volleyball, basketball, and soccer by the Division of Health and Physical Education. Intercollegiate Baseball is now offered for credit. The physical education major or minor planning to coach now has the choice of taking theory courses in wrestling or basketball and either track or baseball. This year also included an in- crease of participants in intramural sports. Dr. Courtney Haussman Education 8: Psychology Frank Heffernan Education 84 Psychology Muriel Hover Edu tion 81 Psychology Dr. Jan Jirouch Education 84 Psychology Dr, Donald King Education 84 Psychology Dr. Paul Kraig Dr. Irwin Kuske James McAreavey Helen Neubauer Lowell Rost 1Y'WR Dr. Frank Schwab Lois Sollie Barbara Steele Norman Thorson Clark Swisher Division of Health and ITIS!! Diane Evans Health 81 Physical Edu tion Patricia Fors lelgalth Br Physical umtion Dr. Carl G. Iverson Health 84 Physical Education Dr. James Kretchmen Health 8r Physi l Education Lora Lindgren Health 84 Physical Education ...- .f Al Sahli . Health 81 Physical Ed ' -5 ': umtlon ,I I: Dr. Robe r s r orge 1 Health 84 Physical - . ' Education ' Robert Wachs " ' ' Health8r Physical x l Edu tion -- Hildred Wolfe 4 .Lil Health 84 Phsycial f Education " Donald Woods Health 81 Physi l Education Xu . , agtlr G t A 1 1 is f X x l FACULTY Edu tion 84 Psychology Education 8: Psychology Education 81 Psychology Education 84 Psychology Education 81 Psychology Edu tion 8: Psychology Education 84 Psychology Education 8: Psychology Education 81 Psychology Physical Education Chair Robert L. Abbas General Science Worthing Peggy Ablen Elementary Education Groton Leon Adams Business Education Rapid City Michael Adams Business Administration Chamberlain Sister Shirley Adler Business Education Aberdeen Pam Akkerman Elementary Education Watertown Steve Albrecht Special Education Mitchell Greg Alger Mathematics DeSmet Steve Allmendinger Business Education Selby Penny Anderson Music Britton Rochelle M. Anderson Sociolgy Bristol Charlene Arbach Physical Education Groton Sharon Arneson Elementary Education Sioux Falls Mary Carol Arth Elementary Education Lidgerwood, ND Benjamin A. Bachman Physical Education Isabel James Banning Mathematics Lemmon Deanne Barker Elementary Education Fort Yates, ND Faye Baron Elementary Education Aberdeen Patricia Bartell Elementary Education Marion Kay Bartlett Elementary Education Harrold SENIORS Seniors culminate Northern State careers S. ':-" fwn il ly dl -1 ,l I Z- ' 2 - I, :riff ' 'R , .La ,izaufi we E Vg I if l-ts fl 7 " 'H i.. lv 1" . 5 - - it-9 Senior Class Officers: Gary Kost, vice-president: Patricia Bartell, treasurer: Benjamin Bachman, president: Mary Lantgen, Secretary. Brian Bauer Business Administration Herreid David Bauer Mathematics Eureka Claire E. Baule Business Administration Andover Linda Weismantel Baule Business Administration Columbia SENIORS Dennis Beaulieu Industrial Arts Des Moines, lowa Donald Becker Art Eagle Butte Mont Becker Business Administration Mobridge Janis Bernard Elementary Education Special Education Yankton Joy Lynn Berndt Elementary Education Herreid Rocky Bieber Business Administration Edgemont Annette Bierman German Mansfield Tony Binstock Health and Physical Education Aberdeen Bart Birkeland Business Administration Dupree Susan Birrenkot Sociology Lemmon Marlin Bjerke Business Administration Clear Lake Matilda Black Bear Sociology St. Francis Robert Bockmer Business Groton Daniel Bollinger Business Education Bath Pamela Bollinger English Sociology Bath Pat Borchers Physical Education Mobridge Edward N. Bosanko Business Administration Aberdeen John W. Bowar Business Administration Faulkton Terrence Brandner Biology Herreid Dennis Walter Brendel History Aberdeen David Brennan History Political Science Summit Kathy Brewster Sociology Sisseton Dan Britton Mathematics Winner Lynn Brockel History Glenham SENIORS WHO'S WHO: Sandra Elling Kathleen Ernst, Jayne Murphy. Lyla Brodland Elementary Education Special Education Freeman Donna Brost Business Administration Aberdeen Herbert Brosz, Jr. Business Administration Aberdeen Terry J. Brueggeman Business Administration Miller Mary Bruhn S0cial Science Bridgwater Melvin Buchele Business Administration . Twin Brooks Janet Verna Buechler Mathematics Education Aberdeen Wayne A. Buhl Business Administration Lake City SENIORS 1 John Burchill Social Science Pierre Jerry Burckhartzmeyer Physics Aberdeen Marlene Buttke Music Corona Katherine Cahoy Elementary Education Winner Linda S. Califf Sociology Gettysburg Lyla Campbell Elementary Education Mclntosh Larry Card Business Administration 'Umber Lake David Carlson Industrial Arts Columbia Dinah Carlson Elementary Education Java Kathryn Carlson Elementary Education Claremont Richard Carroll Social Science Aberdeen Carla Carson Music Langford Carolyn Carsrud Elementary Education Arlington Peter Cass History Gettysburg Sandra Chapman Biology Rapid City Kim Charboneau Music Aberdeen SENIORS 1 Q-1 X, 13: . l V7 l is -Q, af? Jeanne Ching Elementary Education Castlewood Anders Christensen Sociology Hitchcock Nancy Christianson Elementary Education Aberdeen Sharon Christensen Elementary Education Bruce Corene Cleland English Beresford Janet Clemensen Elementary Education Conde Korene Clopine Business Administration Hosmer Jean Collins Mathematics Dupree Richard Coplan Biology Henry Janet Lynn Cornell Elementary Education Gary Jon Cower Economics Aberdeen Linda Coyle Elementary Education Selby George F. Cross Industrial Arts Aberdeen Dwain Crowson Sociology Aberdeen Charles Cruse Business Administration Aberdeen June Culver Elementary Education Iroquois SENIORS Craig Dahme Social Science Mina John Dalager rw? fum Mathematics Webster ev- John Daly ,.a.a.,,, Industrial Arts "' Aberdeen Paul Daschel Business Administration Aberdeen James Davis Business Administration Rapid City Joan Dean Elementary Education Wessington Nancy J. Dean Elementary Education Wessington Springs WHO'S WHO: Alan Drake Jan Clemensen, Linda Seurer. Deborah DeBates Elementary Education Montrose Deborah Fi. Deets English Sioux Falls Mary Dehueck Elementary Education Aberdeen George Dell Business Administration Aberdeen Stanley Dell Sociology Aberdeen Mary Ellen Demery Elementary Education Special Education Onida Randy Denman Sociology DeSmet Dennis DeNomme Industrial Arts Aberdeen SENIORS Dennis DeVaal Social Science Milbank Betty M. Dixon Elementary Education Pierre lvan Carl Dixon History Pierre Barry Doolittle Art Education Aberdeen Linda Doolittle Business Education Aberdeen Joel Dorsey Physical Education Fiedfeild Regina Dosch Elementary Education Mina John Drager Medical Technology Milbank Alan Drake Speech Kadoka Janice Drew Elementary Education Gettysburg Terri Dorsey Redfield Mark Dunn Social Science Mitchell Mori Dunn Business Administration Aberdeen Linda J. Dykstra Physical Education Pierre Bill Eichelberg Sociology Mobridge Jane Eichelberg English Mobridge Edwin Elkins Elementary Education Watertown Elizabeth Ellenbecker English Gettysburg Sandra Elling Special Education Aberdeen Kent Elliott Business Administration Aberdeen Fiandee Elliott English Frederick SENIORS Robert Elsen Industrial Arts Hecla Don Engelgau Business Administration Witten Carroll Engelhardt Business Administration Pierre Nancy England Physical Education Aberdeen Richard Engler Spanish Sociology Aberdeen Diane Englund Victoria Enterman Elementary Education Special Education Rapid City Donel Erickson Industrial Arts Timber Lake JoAnne Erickson Art Education Springfield Lorrie Erickson Business Administration Sioux Falls Douglas Ernst Business Administration Aberdeen Kathleen Ernst Spanish Madison Michael Evans Business Administration Aberdeen Mary Ann Evenson Elementary Education Waubay SENIORS ,vs-1' ji -,r- 'FE7 414. .gl ' . ,Es -. f I 1 ' lll 'Q' Q Q ml 5 T' ll ' fl' il HH ,, tv , 5' l la -v QI i 'L 'i T ,.,' ' 2 l Jr 1 ' v.. 5: 1 l .Q W ,,,, ,lun fi -..fl M77 P A ' AQ ' ' i, l 'S Nlbt - 1 ' ,"' 1x:..- .Q i ---,R ff ,! , all 21"- lr' il! Gary Evjen Social Science Sioux Falls Jerome Fagerland Business Administration Britton Thomas Fahey Social Science Aberdeen Sharon Feldhaus French Howard Sidney Fey Physical Education Turton Barry Field Mathematics Hot Springs Paul Fischbach Social Science Mellette Bondell Lynn Fischer Elementary Education Artas Conna Fischer Elementary Education Aberdeen Pam Flahaven Mathematics Aberdeen Gordon Fliehe Physical Education Tulare Jim D. Flippin Social Science Kirley Debra Fonder Art Comprehensive Sisseton Maynard Fought English Faulkton Mary Fox Elementary Education Special Education Webster Paul N. Fox Business Administration Watertown Donald Frazier Business Administration Aberdeen SENIORS SENIORS Paul Fread Elementary Education Rockford, III, Sibyl Freeburg Elementary Education Watertown Marlys French . Elementary Education Canton Terry French History Waubay Michael Frey Political Science History Aberdeen Carol Hirsch Friesen Elementary Education Huron Carol Lynn Fulker Elementary Education Aberdeen Lois Garner Elementary Education Sioux Falls Dennis Gasper English Humboldt Virgil Geary Sociology Special Education Aberdeen Calvin Gederos History Sisseton Chuck Geier Business Administration Economics Roscoe Valerie Geiser English Spanish Watertown Gary Geist Business Education Amherst Fran Gellerman Elementary Education Aberdeen Lonnie Gerharter Industrial Arts Stratford Caroly Giese Elementary Education Mclntosh Barbara Gilbertson Elementary Education Redfield ,Fi .1-4 WHO'S WHO: Duane Puffer Barb Ohleen, Brad Marvel.' Gregory Gill Biology Leola Nadine Glanzer Elementary Education Carpenter Joan L. Glendenning Elementary Education Arlington Robert Glover Music Frederick James Goehring Mathematics Long Lake Richard Gohn Business Administration Aberdeen WHO'S WHO: Carla Carson Karen Wehrkamp, Janice Gill bert. Daniel Gorman Physical Education Tyndall Nlarie A. Gould Elementary Education Special Education Colman David Graf Sociology Milbank Rene' Graf Physical Education Milbank SENIORS f""l f"""X W -WC' -16 In-'wi A 4 f Q1 vii wif' -rev -Fi QW 4 l n Q'-wt . 2w,,,,..f" - x. Qu f--if 52. len KX f v 1 4 X I V in ' "' 3- 'VV' af 1 ll ef J N l " 'av' ' fl ' 3 'asus J 1 li 'Q-J' V '17 i if ' I ' - it P L 1 I mf- T ,f :jg ivgl' l i yd li 'l James Grage Industrial Arts Timber Lake Peggy Green Elementary Education Lake Preston Ben Grismer Mathematics Hosmer DeLane Gross Elementary Education Huron Perry J. Gross Mathematics Huron Kenneth Grunewaldt Business Administration Orient Yvonne Gudmundson English Milbank Linda Guse Political Science Sioux Falls Dorothy Hafner Business Administration Parkston Glenn Hagen Business Administration Britton Dennis Haliburton History Milbank Marlene C. Hallstrom Music Winner Thomas J. Hallstrom Music Webster Gary Hansen Math Henry Richard Hansen Physical Education Summit Bob Hanson Business Administration Watertown Michael Harmel History Aberdeen Tom Harmon Speech Huron Marjorie Harr Elementary Education Aberdeen Debbie Harris Elementary Education Sioux Falls SENIORS Comfort Hauck English Aberdeen James Hauck History Aberdeen Larry Hawkins Economics Aberdeen Harriet Hagen Mathematics Plankinton Thomas Heilman Comprehensive Art Eureka Patricia Heim Social Science Pierre Bradley A. Helm Mathematics Revillo John Hendrichsen Industrial Arts Aberdeen Kathy Herman Music Timberlake Alexis Lea Hilmoe Special Education Tolstoy Michael Hilt History Mobridge Leslie A. Hinds History Aberdeen Colleen M. Hinker Elementary Education Woonsocket Sister Margaret Hinker Elementary Education Rapid City Nancy Hinrichs Elementary Education Claremont Dennis Hochhammer Elementary Education Manitouric, WIS Joye Hoerth Special Education Aberdeen Jennette D. Hoffman Elementary Education Aberdeen Curtis Hohn Business Administration Mitchell Patrick Hoing Industrial Arts Kimball Thomas Hokanson History Watertown Dave Holbert Business Administration Milbank Bruce Holida Elementary Education Hazel Karen Holm Special Education Elementary Education Clark SENIORS , r , 11 i r' .Pure ?'- l 55 ' x . ' 1 ' l ll if, f f f fait 1 f f P fin.. . . pl. X ii! A sei, --A T 1 il! 'll 5 'fl kr . 5 a I . l G- ' is 4, 'H 5' A Wfffli' , si L2 4 l 1- . 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I -1 'l eg 4- "L,K, FI-X Karen Leuning Leon Leuning Kaye Lewis Claudia Likness Sandra Link Joseph Little Della Loebs Nancy Losacker Loren Lounsbury Gary Lowary Patrice Lowe Joe Lower Mark Luitjens Marlyce Luitiens Clark Lunstrum Catherine Lutzvick Dennis Lyke Dorothy Mack John Maclaren Henry Maddocks Stephen Mahanna Marla Maieske Dorothy Malsam William Manning Keith Marks Bob Markve Dan Martinez Claude Marzenell Gerry Mason Richard Matkins Erick Matz Marlin May James McElhone Daniel McFarland Marcia McGinnis Bruce McKee Margaret McKittrick Gayle McLaughlin Cheryl McManus Paul McMasters John Meier Sheryl Mertes Barbara Meseberg Steven Messer SOPHOMOR ES Bruce Mettler Diane Michels Jerry Michlitsch James Miles Mary Miles Henry Miller Jerry Miller Lee Miller Kenneth Mitchell Brenda Moe Charles Monson Joan Montague Kathy Moore Michael Morgan Michael Morrisey Barb Muhlbeier Patrick Murphy Patricia Murtha Richard Neill lrene Nelson JoAnne Nelson Kristie Nelson Randy Nelson Sharee Nelson Sheryl Nelson Terrence Nelson Monica Neuharth Randall Neuharth Steven Neuharth Curtis Niederbaumer SOPHOMOR ES al 1' A 2 it ,. l je? 1 ffl Ti if e 5 I K Jae, ' . f, ,gf ," 1 -Ni N .fe if . ,. 2 1 . fi, ' i ,Q .Hx . 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Xl nhl r i N , i s w , nh W l , M .il ' ., l ,gl , ,M l '.l l 1 iii? use ,, f If Russell Nielsen Deanna Noeldner James Nohava Sandy Nuhsbaumer Dennis Oberlander Pamela Ochsner Jerald Ochsner James Odenbach Mary Ogren Craig Olson Susan Olson Carmen Opp Kathleen Opp David Osborn Jan Osborn Margaret Ott Dick Palmer Ann Palmquist Dave Parker Dennis Paulson Vickie Peckham Steve Pelzl Doug Peterson Kathleen Peterson Merdean Peterson Robert Peterson Victoria Peterson Doris Pettigrew Sandra Pettigrew Elizabeth Pfeiffer Steven Pfeiffer Dennis Pfeifle Perry Pfeifle Vernay Pfeifle SOPH OMOR ES SOPHOMOR ES N Ti mgthy Podoll Larry Phillips Delores Phipps Bonnie Pietz Lawerence A. Pillard Bruce Plagman Sherry Plepp Jolene Plooster Johny Porter Scott Post Kevin Pratt Monica Preheim -2- Q x f l Er, -.:. L il I o is f"ixX ai- H 'R P . , Nh 1 , ' 'i gn. , il! 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'- Q-L-L W A , X L, 4-K 4 KM 1 9.3 I , N is Y ' 'ii w W Douglas Prisbe Raye Prouse Alan Raap Dana Rabenberg Mary Joan Rabenberg William Rader Dean Rasmussen Karen Rasmussen Luther Rasmussen Kirk Redlin William Reed Betty Rehfuss Vernon Reichling Jr. David Reinhardt Linda Reinhart Timothy Renelt Paul Rennolet Barb Reuer Anna Bess Rice Steven Rich Timothy Rich Yvonne Rick William Riechers Cecil Ringgenberg Candace Rix Stanley Roberts Karen Robertson Allen Robish James Roehl Kathleen Roehrich Neil Rommereim Linda Rosand SOPHOMORES Donna Flossow Clayton Roth Randall Rowen Wendy Royce Angeline Rumpca Maxine Fiutschke Patricia Sabol Melody Sampson Carol Samuelson Cathy Sandmeier Peggy Sapa Greg Saunders Rita Saylor Jane Schafer Carol Schaffner Charlotte Schaunaman Mark Schaunaman Debra Schelske Kathleen Scherschligt Donna Scheuffele Nancy Schiefelbein Margaret Schirber Doris Schlechter Barbara Schlepp Jolene Schlepp Michael Schmidt Thomas Schmidt Paul Schneider Rebecca Schoch Peggy Schornack John Schram Monica Schroeder Joseph Schulte Michael Schulte Stephen Schulte Alice Schumacher Carol Schumacher Winifred Schumacher Annette Schumaker Maylan Schurch Barb Schwandt Alice Schwehr 0 SOPHOMORES 5-Y Q...-u 4: A l A i fl ' ' 5 i , I . 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Q N 'i ii in Q 1 l , Charlene Schweigert Robert Seaton Janice Sechser Karin Seeman Geraldine Senger Terry Senger Gwen Senska Vicki Senska Laurie Shally Mary Sherman Audrey Shoup Arden Sieh Shirley Sims Sandra Skanc ke Melanie Skibsrud Cheryl Skinner Terry Skillman Donna Sloat Charles Smith Sharon Smith Elmer Smolnisky Michael Snodgrass Wayne Snyder David Solberg Terry Sommer Larry Stager SOPHOMORES Terry Stange Diane Stanley Marcia Stee Shirley Steenhoven Marianne Steiner Lois Stengel Peggy Stensgaard Muriel Stevens Robert Stevens James Stephenson Dawn Stieha Jean Stocking Lana Stoltenburg Debra Story John Streifel Jim Strudel Gerald Sumption Ronald Sumption Richard Svien Peggy Swingler Shirley Tastad Gary Teal James Tellekson Beverly Thayer Barbara Thomas Judy Thompson David Thornburg Nyla Thune Rollin Titus Stella Tonsager Dave Torigian David Trevor Gregory Tschakert Jory Tschetter Bruce Tucker Eugene Tulowetzke Penny Ulrich Douglas Ulven Peggy Vandersnick Jeannie Van Dyke Michael Vaux Crystal Venegas Janet Vilhauer Curtis Voegele Kathy Voigt Jon Voorhees Fae Voss Nancy Vrchota Li, H in ' ff' yy If x nik . ll 5 ,4 1.- X . 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' Barbara Waddington ' Shirley Walberg Dawn Walker Ronald Wallace Jeff Walter Darryl Walz a gi tan ii i i all William Walz Gerald Wandry Quentin Wangler Bruce Ward Lois Washnok Tamra Waterfall James Watson Joyce Lee Weber Kay Weber Peggy Weber Wayne Weber Peggy Weismantel Elizabeth Weisz Marsha Weiszhaar Susan Welk Albert Wellman Flichard Wells Michael Wengler sew ...lil i , .TI HK I egg? Pat Werner Douglas Westra Karen Westra Joe White Lynette White Marcia Willey 3 Nl V .1 " 21, 'D ' ig . I 7- Ni' E I Joan Williams Z! ., gtk Colleen Wilson ii I, , is ii QQ " J Vickie wilffang . 1 E Linda Winkler . , , A ' 5" Nancy Wirt J , it f , ' - Richard wisdani .i ,' ' . .' 1 1 fx Il f '- 3' N- I ' fn' 'f Y ' "i fi' LaVonne Wolf ? . Q ggi? , Thomas Wolf V ,. . , 5 ' g Debbie Wolfgram . 'lj 1 - - ' 'V' Anita Wood ', 'Z' fm i " Dirk Woodard J I Joyce Wootten ij 11- . i ., f af :il is it 'N " A , Cheryl Yeager 4 , W - .A - ' Jo Anne Youngman i 5. y gl " , . ' , ' Shirley Zacher 3 'Av ' l i Alvin Zephier Li -:Fi -'fe ,- ,v Timothy Zerr I i ' i'i V 1 J ' iii Danny Zinter i A. ' , 1 ' 5 ' be if , SOPHOMOR ES Freshmen Class Officers: Jackie Bruse, president: Joe Nelson, vice-presi- dent: Delores Schneider, treasurer: Bruce Olsen, secretary. David Abeln Jon James Ackerman Darla Adel Debra Adney Penny Adney Marla Alberts Gail Alcorn Joni Allison Carla Aman Mary Ames Gloria Amick Gary Anderson 104 FRESHM EN Freshmen become acquainted with college -ggi . H ,,.., f 1 ef-, on ." ' H-E., .A J, l' 'I Q 3 fill ' ,Q ir ..d' 9 s ,, ,viyc:.,f gg 'il ' ' . Ax? X w l 'Y - ' all " ' 'Y il I Y 1.2 1 -. Ai 'J T111 f' , Q . ' '-1. .1-" ' ' . . rp l -l. , 1' r. , , r , ra -. V .. Leona Anderson R. Elaine Anderson Bruce Anderson Jeffrey Andrews Patricia Andries Pamela Angerhoffer Karen Arbach Allen Arndt Richard Artis Deborah Aslesen Richard Auch Chuck Bacon Deborah Bahl Cindy Banker Thaddeus Banley Charlotte Bardell Roberta Barko Lonny Barnes John Bartel Ralland Bartelt Bruce Bastian Gail Bauer Sandra Baule Judith Baum Rita Bauman Scott Baun Harold Bayley Larry Baysinger Patricia Beck Paulette Beck Richard Beck Bradley Becker Dianna Becker Roy Becker Jacalyn Beffert Jeff Behrens Linda Belatti Dale Bender Gerald Bendewald George Bengs Douglas Benson Rosemary Benson FRESHMEN Devern Berber Gary Berg Julie Berg Mike Berg Bonnie Berheim Mary Beringer Gail Beutler Susan Bieber Richard Biegler Ronald Binger Larry Birchem Ronda Bischoff Robert Bjerke Kevin Blinsomon Dennis Block Robert Bludorn Eugene Blue Arm William Bobby Dianne Boe Rodney Boehmer Julie Bonnet Douglas Bordewyk Roger Bortnem Linda Bosanko Nick Boschee Stuart Bothwell Tom Boub Randall Boulais Pamela Bowar JoLynn Bowerman FRESHMEN - 55- 'li ,l W. 175 X , ' gl i . 1 l .1 i, J E ii W if f. ji l ..-,-Wi l l' Jil ' 1 W of ,li il 3s 'Q l L, -. 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Scott Carr Charles Carson Diane Cassels Thomas Cavanaugh Thomas Cecil Alan Chapman Ruth Chapman Lynette Charboneau Karla Chavez Linda Christensen Virginia Christensen William Christensen Dennis Christenson Reginald Christman Nancy Christopher Lois Clark Jack Clarke Kim Clausen Anthony Cleberg 1 'E W A. . .. , ' ,., W 1 01, 0091 ' oig' ll ' ' -.ia di! ff' 1? W ,-Q 55 .11-'f.ll,,1 7-QA., time ug,- Ai if, .9 J' shvg' -,1 ll. ...Q E J l , 1 I V it l 7 t . 1 U 1 'L 5' ,. .J lv.. . 1 , . 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Pamela Drake Paulette Dresback Kathy Dretsch Carroll Dring Robert Dunwoody Doug Dutenhoeffer Kathie Dutt Lynn Eagleman Patti Eagleson Dan Ecker Jeff Ecker Cynthia Edney Laurel Egeberg Glen Eide Arlene Eikanas Blake Eisenbeisz Gene Eisenbeisz Robert Eldridge Jr. James Ellenson Verna Ellenson Joseph Ellingson Sandra Ellingson Nancy Emanuel Joyce Emelio Mark Engelhart Nancy Engelhart Bonnie Engen Charles Enze Megan Erdahl Kathleen Erickson Nancy Erickson Rick Erickson FRESHMEN Steven Erickson Laurel Ernst Tom Erz Cheryl Eske Katherine Etzkorn Frank Evans Robert Fahrni Cindy Falk Roy Fauth Anita Fawcett Therdore Felix Cheryl Fellbaum Roberta Fenner Al Ferrara Delbert Fey Jan Fey Constance Fiedler Gregory Finlay Roger Finley Brian Fischer Jane Fischer Lawrence Fisher Phillip Fisher Jeffrey Fladeboe Lorin Fliehs Ronald Fogelson Donald Fogle Sharon Forkel Shirley Fox Carol Foy Diane Francis Charles Fredrickson Albert Freeman Mary Freidel Larry French Sharon Frericks FRESHMEN my .l.. 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'M kfjajigfffff' "9" B4 M1 'ex ii-- V l IM Joni Connie Fries Sandra Frink Mark Froke Mary Frost Jean Fulker Karen Gab Diane Ganje Coleen Garvis Timothy Geary Jean Gebhardt Jane Gebhart Dianne Gerlach Marsha Gibbs Allen Gibson Dennis Gienger Zee Gilbert Joan Gillen David Gilman Beverly Gimbel John Glenn Daniel Glood Kathy Godkin Patricia Goehring Rodney Goergen Craig Golz David Goodman Scott G oodspeed Mary Gorder Dean Gosch Cheryl Gottschalk Daniel Graber Stephen Grand Jim Grandpre Gregory Greiser Nancy Grieser Marilyn Griffith FRESHMEN Randall Groth Carol Gruba Terry Grubbs Diana Guhin Joyce Guldice Valjean Gulbranson Gregory Guse Eugene Haag Leeanne Haffeman Sandra Hagen Randall Hahn Thomas Haiar Richard Haider Ronda Haines Carmen Hall Larry Hall Peggy Hall Cecile Hallberg Anne Halvorsen Terry Hammrich Thomas Hammrich Scott Handley Nancy Hannemann Frances Hansen 114 FRESHMAN V f if 'ir rw KW,- I 4- ' 5 'F l - ,,- , ae El '-yi. 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Hayes Henry Heagley Joyce Heavirland Roberta Heiam Jill Heintzman Debra Heinzerling David Heitmann Lonny Helfinstine Cheri Helgeson Sandy Heller Donald Hendrickson Steven Hendry Cathy Henning Richard Hering Jacalyn Herr Julie Herr Brad Herther Pamela Mae Hesla Jim Hess Mike Hess Donald Hetzel Alan Hewitt Dave Hickenbotham Terry Hickenbotham Joel Hieb Londa Hieb Marla Hieb Julie Hilgemann FRESHMEN Eileen Hill Mavis Hill Joann Hilsendeger Carol Hilt Jane Hilton Barbara Hinds Nancy Hinds Armin Hinkelman Jan Hinrichs Aaron Hoffman Kathryn Hoffman Patricia Hoffman Holly Hoing John Holman Jeanne Holmes Dale Holt Terry Hook Cheryln Hopf Judy Horn Joanne Horstman David Hosley Dwight Hossle Randy Hottmann Leila Hughes Colleen Hullinger Barbara Huston Susan lmbery Winifred Jackson David Jacobs Kenneth Jacobson Dallas Janes Joyce Janisch Diane Janzen Karen Jaspers Nancy Jenson Douglas Joens Robert Johannsen Mary Johns David Johnson DebbieVJohnson Gerald Johnson Jerri Johnson Mark Johnson Mitchell Johnson Nathan Johnson Patricia E. Johnson Patricia L. Johnson Roger Johnson 1 FRESHMEN , . Q' 1 QMJ' X I 4 ,i i 'v 51 E' gafiiglnzg. t Q,xVf g . 4 , Y Y all 1 i 71, V 5 . la-il I LM1 it if' fx. xg-v-at " as i N f 41 . lb fe- bf Af 2 ' ,rg vb ,ll l iii I ' if vi H l ,D ..,- ESXX1 1 t lf.-' R - ifR1g:Qi ,, ,' I Q , ' 1 '1- l .. MU , - ' ,K xi. -' . , i - '-- -' aa- ' if 1 H is f fia P :gf .4 I 1 T l ' i at 4 or we , J M -. A rj ' T il: ' " ' . P ill". Q ip Lf -1 V'm4 fiig xx ,al J' nr '- .Q--f 3-'X as-dv. .l ,f , .NNHA 4 A , , X Y V, 'I Gregory Jones Michael Jones Steve Jones Michael Joneson Bill Jongeling Paula Jons Donald Jorgenson, Ann Jostad Lona Juhn ke Michael Julian Martin Kahler Norma Kaiser Joellen Kalkman Erno Kallenberger V. Liga Kalvels Constance Kane Vaughn Kary Thomas Kasperson FRESHMEN Sandra Kaufman Cynthia Kayser Francis Keller Leann Keller William Kellogg Dennis Kelly Nancy Kelly Dona Kennealley Mike Kenton Lenor Kern Mark Kervin Richard Kettering Kathy Keyes Joy Kilber Marla Kinney Ken Kirchgasler John Kirkgasler Allan Kirschenmann Linda Kjenstad Elizabeth Kleeman Dave Klein Paula Kleinsasser Terry Kline Harold Klostermann Heila Knapp Darla Knaus Curtis Knudsen Rosemary Knutson Michael Kocabinski Connie Koerner. Roger Konrady Teresa Korstjens Roger Kosters Linda Kotzea Rosemary Kraft Roselinda Kraig Connie Kramer Anne Kramp Deborah Kramp Steve Kramp Norma Kranzler Kari Krause FRESHMEN uv ...-t' ., ' V1 1 ,.g.l,j .KI .. 7' A Rx r S- Y," ' is n - -"ff: 'J l I il as l 'U ny il A 7 f ry. srl 5 . ..,-, , ff f- E-, -fro L., i. fm . rr l '-, F Tl Ln if 4 wx , fag ' iii A I r ' 1 "5 A , , , ip- L. L . .M-el '- Q f E X ,?- -'as' . N s il , A I M5 I 1-I " ,' ,l .ry 21 'l 'l X l L 'Am , 1 L' Vlxl vs' ,Q-. .as F - u .-5. K x fa 0 ,l ffm i ,as 9'.sa:i:'.,, J L NAA E 53 pa 4 ,il fb ,J r Us eh 5' 'f"r' f ' 1 -J. tix., - , , JW., Elf, 2' l - Um ,E x V i V Q", Q Q v ,vu I f I N wr yr ,i Y gi 4 ' ' ,L asf, .. if " 1. f g- 1 , al l '. Y 1 - ' 4 5 I r I . 1 l ' , T . 'I Xa ' Xl ' ' ' ll , ,A , ' 6'- :' , 51-M ,N ', ' ' l l 4 x-,V-. U :.: i L 'W J J. i UNC . - ' f I .sm V l f, i r 4' if , ff? '. 1 'f f ' -, "V 'lf 1 , ,., if. J 443 , '- ffsigf' r iff 'S+ l ' ' . 1 is Xi-S U ' iff - ' M: N -' J . 'aaia .s5'2-f.- ' ' ' ' W V Ki , V , if X I , p A -1,511-6 L, , - -' 1 , - ' L ,Y Y- - V ' ' , y. at ell' 4 fx is' '-g ra B wi wg - Barb Kreuger Jack Kreutzer James Krier William Krikac Gerald Krogman Lee Ann Krogman Leroy Kropuenske David Kulm Mary Lou Kurtenbach Ken Kusler Rita Kuszmaul Betty Lacher Jerome Lakness Norman Lambert Sherri Landon Gaylene Landsiedel Renee Lu Lang Linda Langbehn James Larsen Sheila Larsen John Larson Flay Larson Robert Larson Linda Larson Karen Larson Melinda Larson Carmel Lawrence Jane L. Leckner Donald Lee Dave Lehr Marice Jan Leibel Paula Lemke Bobbie Lemmon Flollo Lentz John Leuning Douglas Lingor Doris Link Nicholas Link Brenda Lippert Dale Locken Steven Logan Edward Lohf FRESHMEN Debbie Long Carol Longbrake Mary Loof Ronald Loomis John Lowary Mark Luckey Eugene Lueb Bruce Lundle Deneil Lutter Darwin Lutz Mary Lynde John Mahan John Malsam Eloy Malsom Calvin Mandan Stephen Manning Randal Mark Sherie Markley Margaret Markve Jodeen Marlette Bill Marquardt Nellie Marso Janice Martens Frank Mason Linda Mason Beverly Mathey Renee Mathey Joe Mathis Julie Maxon Kimball May Mary May Robert May Michael McClure Susan McDermott Teah McDonnell Tim McGarry Donald McLaughlin Thomas McMillan Marshall McNickle Tom Meekins Karla Mees Daniel Mehlbrech Olga Melia Steven Melcher Robert Meldody Loren Merchant David Merkel Rita Merkel 2 FRESHMEN 1 Q, L nv- J' ,hi l ,ll at K, ill ju 1133? f is J li aw. ,fi 7 ' l v - : gf. Al , ,Ny 1 nl am fr at Q' '.1 ki. 'a ,! , 4"i ' li arms: Steven Merkel Vicki Merrill Steven Metzger Christine Meyer 1 : ,.1 -, Jeff Meyer ' A : Jeree Meyers g - 2 K A' i 4, , M y 1- - --. 4 ii Ii in i w s I fl , -.-V ' W, W. 'n r , Cathryn Miedema Carol Mikkelson A- qv- fff' ' ' C M . , , j' 5 ' 1 5 - 'ii Susan Mikkelson , - Q Y. J i 5 l' 'mf '. 5? 'f . ii C Ar-i Jean Miles Craig Miller .ff '-14, K .- ' . i ' Judy Miller "' -1 Q61 R , ig 'G i fi .. .- ,ij i Laurie Miller Wayne Miller " Robert Mills Marilyn Minch Cindy Miner Bruce Misick FRESHMEN Seats Misslitz Becky Mitchell Glen Mitzel Paul Morehouse Charles Mortimore Rick Mosey Lorna Mriden Robert Mundwiller lrene Murdy Kathy Murphy Jon Murphy Renee Mydland Peggy Nagel Debra Nelson Gary Nelson Jeanene Nelson Joseph Nelson Michael Nelson Michael Nelson Nancy Nelson Richard Nelson, Jr. Janice Nerison Arnold Neuharth Terry Newman Kay Nikolas Wally Nickoli Dave Norfolk Linda Novak Joanita Nowak Joann Nuhsbaumer Sherwin Nyberg Cindy Nygaard Kent Ochsner Vicki Odland Linda Ogren Sherman Oland FRESHMEN if I X X I l , . ,. il V l qi :xml 'il if l ,. .,,. ,l ZX xi, .Neg ', ' ll" 3:43 sly... W - .nk gl 1' lx ' M". tu. 9 ici Q.-f' Z' TL' :L fi i .4 . k 13,4554 a F' M "-si'-2ff'53f4F" W 'H . l 'TEL HL e lg 'El A Ll-QL. -in ' le, . Wi 11' , 1 A by .s A . J J 4 J wl J 'l P- l Avi . 1 uns ,, 'F'-1 we , le.. ,. p l 1. l V if l N ...- fl 1 S 'AFT' if , . J ,- . lt :Jf Sl .I , 2 Yi null 1? 5:71 1. ,rr QQL-afiw ',i Q . lg: I "F hl' :Al i 14 0.1: ci NW 1 O ,li:?:: will W? r f l r or W Wi-ln - H If wiflilf Sherry Olofson Debra Olsen Bruce Olson Debbie Olson Dean Olson Marie Olson Dallas Olson Ronald Olson Sherman Olson Walter Omdahl Lewis Opp Renee Orr Bill Osborn Jerry Osness Ronald Oswald Michael Otis Kathy O'Toole Donna Ott Dorothy Ott Jan Otto Sally Overturf Linda Pallesen Carolyn Palmer Jerry Palmer Mary Palmer Richard Palmer Daniel Pansch Eileen Papendick Ronald Papendick Carol Pasco Diane Patnoe Richard Patterson Rob Patterson Gene Pautsch Robert Pautsch Roland Pedersen FRESHMEN Patricia Perrizo Carl E. Perry James Peters Roger Peters Neal Petersen Marcia Peterson Joanne Peterson Karen Peterson James Pfafe Julie Pfafe Shelly Pfaff Kathy Pfeiffer Richard Pfeiffer James Pfeifle William Pierce Lon Pigors Patrick Pischke Donna Pittarelli Leslie Poland Curtis Poppen Shelley Prestegard Diane Price Marcy Prouse Damian Prunty Richard Puetz Debbie Quick Duane Raabe Mark Ramsdell Linda Rank Laureen Rasmussen Gail Rathert Mike Rathbun Joan Redlin Arthur Redwing Joy Rehfeld Dale Reich Jerry Reirson Michael Reis 124 FR ESHM EN .pa Q , il X- ll 13351 Xa T' I If 1? 1 fi . A 3. E , I il l 'fi 'T ,, Zh Il Q 31 all J ,l S' i, y' 1 1' lk l " N gi 'Alix A ,light . W S, 4' , I .pe , A Af? l 'EIT -3 1 - W- nn, l ., Af V: ,-.h. P A 'L . 2:15, , gel 'F' sf'-. ' "Y :Tl if Y Y . 'A , PN 7 wp- 4' 1 ' 'L 1 Q 'lrijli . .19 - M- A ' s .ll :V L 249 91" ,v ?E3l6'5,'- Y A' 11' ff 1 'fq,,,r ' A l as x l 4 l 1 n 1 .JJ , ,gl- .. , J, A , 'yf :K ' HH. O nv f .fr fr- YR. Y , 6- v 'Y ., ,e N- , 3. i L X "hi 1 3 if K.: 1 ,Q :,,,. 145' x 1 4k 1... 2, 5' J' 1 X ,A l X. .1 i ni .. it 'f a gi i N nr' 'rr-fu All i i Randy Richards Kathy Richter Glen Riddle Edwin Rietz Steven Risager Samarade Rishel Marv Ristow Robert Rohl Susan Rolke Lydia Romanowski Calvin Roseth Daryl Rossow Beverly Roth Bonnie Rovang Reginald Rude Nina Rudebusch Gregory Rukstad Rick Ryan Valmen Ryckman James Ryken Donald Sabol Roger Sackreiter Joann Sager Patty Salem Catherine Samson Mark Sanden Cleo Sannerfield JacquelineSanders Lorrie Sanderson Teresa Sandness Stephen Sater John Satrang Cynthia Satterfield FRESHMEN 6 FRESHMEN Donald Sauer Jerold A. Sauer Gary Schaefer Rodney Schaefer James Schaeffer Joan Schamber Sharleen Schamber Patti Schanzenbach Gary Schauer Mary Schaunaman Barbara Scheerer John Schefsky Susan Schelle Jesse Schimke David Schlueter Marilu Schmeling Cheryl Schmidt Susan Schmidt Georgia Schmidtgali Debbie Schmit Margaret Schmitz Linda Schnabel Mike Schnabel Sherry Schnabel Patrick Schnaible Delores Schneider Wallace J. Schock Dave Schornack Cindy Schrecengost Janet Schreiber James Schroeder Leo Schroeder 2' J! ' 0 5.0 J . , , . 3 ' K lil I i. it L: isp. i S , X-xxx-Q, 'XV X f ' J , N.. N M ig! aft i 'Q 1, QQ. V i fx ii I 1 i iff' 'J ,S " r fi, g g. 1, e ,lin J, t wi 1 V 1 , 1 ,IH .. la 4'7" . fy, 1 . i V 'I ,U i - 1 V 5 ' i s. it 1 E, ,I Lilv N on .,,, . iw er . are 6 , fs' l f1".- Ss hi' I 4' 1 1-K, v ,ii -Q M v . 7.4" ' 'yu ' gil .I ,, ' f' ..- , .- in ' i ,ei ':f' 1 i 4, 5 1 mf j. - A 'iii it me ii A , 'ES' Ii is 24, W i J --we 'Q' ,,,..f .W -ii '4 1 T ,, - ' ' Pi f f 11'E:"'1 'ri ,fzaa i . 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Schumacher Roger Schumacher Debbie Schumaker Merlyn Schutterle Douglas Schwab Steven Schwan Sandra Schwandt Dennis Seim Laurel Selting Dennis Senftner Dennis Senger Mark Shannon Dan Shaul Robert Sheahan Rhonda Sherman Steve Sherrill Rebecca Shives Delene Siebrasse James Sieth Jr. Patrick Sieh Margaret Silbernagel David Simon Maure Simon Thomas Simonsen Vicki Singpiel Ramona Sinjem Sandra Sippel Doug Skeie Carol Skibbe Bryan Sletting FRESHMEN 8 Dean Slostad Gerald Smalley John Smith Linda Smith Kristy Sorsensen Dan Spader Mark Stange Gloria Staufer Lorry Steele Michael Steinhoff Joseph Steinlicht Joyce Stellwag Karlene Stender Tom Stephenson Simon S. Steven Ricky Stiegelmeier Keenan Stoecker Debra Stoeser Kevin Stoltenberg Lanette Stoner Gary Storbakken Michael Storhaug Curtis Storly Jerry Strudle Rich Strudle Pat Stul ken Candice Sturm Roger Suiter FRESHM EN iii Y 3 'T' .ah ,J i . 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Q? xv 1 X l Q 1 I 'r me , ,Sl '- jun' if 'L-4' 'bn' . 9 ',: ff' In -56. if l X - n 1 ri' ' 40 I . l A 1 4 1 ff' we .:. 1- J 1 f.qv ll l I is s sl . l 'g " ' -.fi X N f to 4 557475 60 , . r X , N A it 'GT ri V 'f 'V' Margaret Sumption Carla Swanson John Swanson Becky Swenson Howard Swenson David Swyter Allan Terry Koni Ter Wee Marcoa Teske Jim Theeler Randal Therkilsen David Thompson Jacqueline Thompson Albert Thorstenson Deb Thorstenson Bonnie Tiggerlaar Vickie Timm Gerald Tomek Robert Torigian Elnora Trautman William Trebbe Brad Treeby Jon Trefz Susan Tripp William Tucker Donald Tuff John Tuthill Henry Tuttle Dean Tvinnereim Duane Tyrrell Tracy Upton Dorcas Utecht Fluth Valberg Gee Gee Vancantfort Joan Vance Jim Vander Eykel John Vander Hoek Joseph Van DeRostyn Pamela Vanderostyne Catherine Vanderzel Marcus Van Orman Tom Vanorman Mary Van Tassel Kathy VanWagner Gary Venables Thomas Villa Patricia Vines Jerry Vitters FRESHMEN 8 Ordean Voight Jr Dwight Vondra Ruth Voss Rick Wachs Richard Walker Catherine Wall Gary Wallace John Walters Craig Walth Sheila Walth Craig Walz Nancy Walz Anita Wang Elden Wanna Lonna Wanner Betty Jo Ward Kathleen Ware Cynthia Watkins Loretta Webster Sandra Weins Mike Weisgram Richard Welch Chuck Welke Suzanne Wells John Weron John Whaley Craig White Mark White Brad Whites Vickie Wicks Richard Wientjes Dale Wilber Richard Wilcox Carol Wiles Daryl Williams Rebecca Williams Robert Williams Rodney Williams William Williams Lelan Willingham Craig Willis Timothy Wilson Betty Winckler Debbie Winter Karen Wittmere Virginia Woken Joanne Wold Carol Wolf FRESHMEN f i Z 1' ' 0 i Y lj!! 'f l K , l .. j' Lx ...Q . - f -' 'ucv .' Fri, Q 1 :'. g. Y X T'- B' J , -u l r ' ' '- Z' x A :A 4 -i V 15? ' "H 1 1, 'I Q g ,i p ll J. sf is-. ' Q i X 4 -fl A "' i V ' N I ' " , iv ,. Y ,g-1 r .KX ,M gli W i I , r V ,,,,.. X 1 'N' AJ il. fx z ' in ri l ' i. S JH 1 l r E is If r . is 1 ii Q , ' 1 K, lf. ! J 'H A -- V. . f ,S 5 - ' an - 1 fv' 1 - , gs- . , ,, 35" Y I A ' J! . . 5 :ix ' ' ,jj I1 at V ' , 'xr A 5 X-V WDW' 'KY :X "il N , W i 2 I .f . 5 f 1 , . B' ' iif"'. R 4 K' i i. i i. il i me I, I5 l x gf-Q , I, pw , I Y pawn . . 1 M A 0'5.w f ' "3 , ,QM '53 ' . f j ae, - -: -T X- , - 'grail Z' if 1 X W ,, 'Y , Q LH' in-1: f 1 1 ,Pr- i i. 49.12 -: Y " "1' i iv I ' X .1 15 'fx ,. ' V . ? LTER? if te n fx . il I-. M , .., S , , lv fy- if ' .1 4 . TL 5 V-7, 'V' - ' i3 i',?25i:Q-PHS ' - -. . Rl ' ' ' " - A' E53-E1 ilff' ,, V - N, -.gp ' X ',..- -wi.:.'l5.,..gi'f5 - ' -Q--2 P. - ' 1 .4 A I ' -. . , -. lx i ui - f 'Pi -w Q: vm . .D 1 5 i I M5 4' 'rm , . -C... N Dx ,X ' "'ip'4,i: fr' 1 -"-.., aft 1 ,cms a fa: .5-M '. e -A . -. -.-3-suse !-f ' .1!?3Z.vQa,rK- 'f. :A -- -Xiu Stephen Wolf Susan Wolf Danny Wong Annette Woodman Joyce Woodruff Denise Woolman Karen Wright Fiyan Yohe Vicki Younkin Brenda Zacher Linda Zahn Jean Zeigler f l Connie Zeller Thomas Zerr James Ziegler Ronald Ziegler Julia Zilverberg Brad Zimmerman Douglas Zimmerman Glenda Zimmerman Joan Zirbes Kevin Zuelke Sig Zvejnieks Janice Zwieg FRESHMEN Craig Anderson Robert Andre Jester Bashara Prudence Bingham Leonard Black Thomas Blanchard Carl Blank Elmer Brockhaus Ann Burnap Paul Cerny Luella Eckmann Linda Jo Finley Priscilla Gates Faye Godkin Lucille Graf Winfield Grebel Nlarcella Heath Marjorie Houge Wendy Hull Francis Hummel Bob Jacobs Vince Johnson Jerome Josewski Flay Kautzman Carolyn Lang Robert Lehr Keith Lemke Brian Liedtke Charlene Lofgren Paul NlcNeary GRADS 11 ?,,.,.Y., .. 5 ,I ill' fl shi 'Qt' ', '2 1 Ei., 7.2!-eff AA I N V Y' wbu at . 4 J. 1 . i 3 1 . -. Q- .vw ,E i .f 'F V ,a - V ylklgif-4 Z, . '73, ,J 'L .' l wx' I F F ., I N v SL' Uwe- wx 1 Y ' l .a ga.. , 1 J if "I ' -lu" Q l 'Bi ' ei , fa 5. , 3 l ff! 1 ,, -,. la - sf , , . f ?"f ., ,, ll' A51 miie il e-if l 55' ia" J . i f .QA Graduate Division initiates practical interim program Unique to the graduate school at Northern was its January Interim program. During the month of January, the students within the graduate program were sent out to various surrounding towns and given a chance to use the skills and techniques they have learn- ed. They observed educators, administrators, and guidance counse- lors as they function within a school system. This program was started three years ago as an experiment and because of the enthusiasm of students, it has been continued and expanded. Dr. Harris Wollman, Director of Graduate Studies Jerome Menzia Wayne Palmer Kurt Permann Harvey Preble Ronald Streyle Tom Tobin Isabel Vick Mark Westerfield Robert Yoder GRADS 134 Ezvdiwwf 1. 9 ? r N , 2,355-' ' Y ,Ig . 3 1:41 wp, ' ' I 'Qs . ar mal' JA! I RY 1, W' w e 4' of e ei Nl K jgsv N W, L -:SN as tttgixx' A ji 53 i ' ,X Q 'A x r -1 , ,, -I f 'F af -P 'h Q 4 X ' 1 v I X ' . , iw -741 ' " I x ' ! W1 f " ' 1 I ' X 1 1 f 1' Q 1 iw 'Q ,C 1 H f , Northern students move forward... 1 . , " :Ei .i 136 - 'Q-4, 'fx 5 'Eff Vw .Aga ,, .--..,-V.-wg: gl Y . P n, ' rm? .J-VW. " Q fr 5,3 . z -N.. it .L ,wtf J -N :wif " iw. . 2 1 13 .f C-f 1 y'.' K V... vu rv? .- -....f- Q fffwc 71552. I I 1 fr Hq' I r , . Y Miix., V 'L F , 1 , Q ... f" ' . L--A '-P "5 .. ,- f.:1'54--- 'H' ,'f:'4 ' ,Q qu ! H , V , -1 4' i ' 'ZIANII , - ', ' . K -1,-,,,,1. - 'gr M - Vw .Jn -:Vj:',,',l. -mf - ' -gnl-Luiz fi '-Q. .,. - ' ' xv N 5:-x, gp . - V ,A .us A , 09' ' Y , ' -' ' L 1 . fag .A ., ' " . 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M' ll' M -.53 W... f . ,hw-s., 1, nl v 9 l ' 4 Delta Phi Delta members: Mark Shekore, Margo Bergh, Marilyn Lee, Tom Hiluma, Dave Weitala, Maddie Gibson, Lucinda Weitala, Connie Krane, George Prishe Mr. Gibson. 144 DELTA PHI DELTA Golden Z stresses community service During the year, Golden Zonta, an honorary service club, designated the Americana Nursing Home a main service project. Another big project was making touch- and-feel books for use at Redfield State Hospital. At Christmas time, the club bought presents for children on welfare rolls. Other projects were initiated throughout the academic year. Officers were Donna Sandness Crowl, president: Peggy Zimmerman, vice-presi- dent: Penny Gailiant, treasurer: and Korinne Rell, secretary. '..l' '-ees... ..--41 ,,,.- X '--.. .7 2x xr ' ..f" TOP LEFT: Golden Z members made to uch-and-feel books as Christmas pre- sents for handi- pped children. RIGHT: Nlany of the posters for the cars in the Gypsy Day parade were made by Golden Z members. BOT'I'OM: The club used ice cream cones filled with mndy as horns-of-plenty to be distributed to the Americana Nursing Home over the Thanksgiving holi- day. GOLDEN Z Epsilon Pi Tau provides services, honors top Industrial Arts majors Epsilon Pi Tau, an honorary indus- trial arts fraternity, had a membership of eighteen active members on campus in addition to the many past members who have graduated and other honorary mem- bers. Epsilon Pi Tau was the only chapter of the National Epsilon Pi Tau in South Dakota. The club met once monthly to dis- cuss various money raising projects. A movable altar platform was built by club members for the Newman Center this year. Members also constructed a pigeon hole mail box for Student Senate. TOP LEFT: EPT officers: '- Ed Keeton, president: James Grage, vice-presi- dent: and Richard Nelson, secretary-treasurer, plan- ned the 1972 initiation banquet. RIGHT: Gary Woolworth, Chris Serch, Darrold Morey, Edwin Keeton, Patrick Hoing, James Grage, Randy Otto, Douglas Odgen, Richard Nelson. BACK ROW: George Sumption, Byran Witte, Glen Walberg, Paul McNeary, Leroy Klapp- roat, Mike Howard, Rus- sell Nickelson, Wynn Gus- tofson, John Daly. BOT- TOM LEFT: Discussing procedures from pattern to Cast Triangle were Richard Nelson, Russel Nickelson, Darrold Morey, John Hendrickson, Edwin Keeton and James Grage CENTER: A banquet was given for the new 1971 initiates. RIGHT: Dean Clark presented the ban- quet address at the annual initiation banquet. . a QF- The Spring Initiation Banquet for new members was held on April 29 on cam- pus. New Epsilon Pi Tau members were chosen from sophomore industrial arts majors who have maintained a grade point of 3. in industrial arts. The presi- dent of Industrial Arts Association of America was a guest speaker at the event. President for Epsilon Pi Tau was Ed- win Keeton. James Grage was elected vice-president and Rick Nelson was se- lected as secretary-treasurer. Dr. Marvin Burroughs was trustee for the organiza- tion. . -'L-.M--91 . is as 6 EPSI LON PI TAU f TY! 3:-if IJ" .. T7 T.. IR., . 'I -ig MXL EPSILON Pl TAU Educators get club publication Kappa Delta Pi, an honorary ed- ucational organization, was com- posed of around sixty juniors and seniors in the educational field. Be- cause members wanted a loose, in- formal structure, regular meetings were not held. The club held the status of an honorary society on campus this year. Members of the club received a national publication. The new mem- bers are. asked by the club to join in the spring after the club had exam- ined the upcoming juniors' and sen- iors' grade points. Barb Ohleer was president for the group. Darrold Morey was selected vice-president and Secretary was Linda Kasperson. Mary Westhoff was chosen treasurer. Dr. Kraft, di- rector of student teaching, was the faculty advisor. TOP: Working on records for Kappa Delta Pi were officers Darrold Morey, vice-president: Mary Westhoff, treasurer, Barb Ohleen, president and advisor Dr. Kraft. BOTTOM: Working on member- ship lists of potential members were Karen Werrkamp and Sandy Simon. 14 KAPPA DELTA Pl Sinfonians attend province convo Last fall Sinfonians from North and South Daktoa, Minnesota and Wisconsin attended a province worksho p sponsored by Theta Nu. Dr. Arnold Coswell, the province Governor and a professor at the University of Minnesota, conducted the workshop. The Sno-Sho, one of Sinfonia's annual Activities, was held in early December. After coronation, "Sounds of Sinfonia," the fraternity dance band, provided music for the Casino Night activities. "Sounds of Sinfonia" played for Gypsy Day Coronation, the Sweetheart Ball, and numerous proms. Another of Sin- fonia's yearly activities, The American Music Concert, is the performance of musical pieces by American composers of folk music. Each year Phi Mu Alpha presents two 360 scholarships to two members of the organization based on need and ability. These awards were presented to Jeff Kolbo. Next years scholarship will be presented to an incoming freshman in- terested in jazz. Leonard Palmquist,associate professor of music, served as advisor for the fraternity. TOP: "Sound of Synphonia", composed of members from Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, played at an after-game dance. BOTTOM: Sinfonia members, FRONT ROW: Terry Oltoff, Jim Oschner, president: Art Jassmann, treasurer: Tom Hollastrom, Manard Fough. MIDDLE ROW: Curt Eisenbeez, Roland Bartel, Wen- dell Fossum, Dennis Jensen, Clark Lunstrum, Evertt Schulz, Greg Huber. BACK ROW: Jerry Palmer, Harold Breitag,Wayne Fiechtner, Dennis Seim, Merdean Peterson, Dana Raben- berg, Allen Peterson, Jeff Kolbo, secretary: Randy Neuharth, Ron Scheusner, vice-presi- dent: Steve Bakken. A PHI MU ALPHA Fraternity conducts testing programs Phi Beta Lambda, a national honorary fraternity, was composed of one-hundred and ten business majors and minors. The club meets twice monthly with occasional guest speakers from various areas of the business world. One of the annual events sponsored by Phi Beta Lambda was their high school test- ing program. The Phi Beta Lambda Business Carnival was held in November with raffles being sold for a stereo. Members of the club also held a college day for high school stu- dents for the visually handicapped to show these students what college life is like. Services for the community included hold- ing a Valentine's Party at the Americana Nursing Home in Aberdeen and taking pa- tients out on spring drives in the country. ASlave Day was held in May with the money earned going to charity. Members of Phi Beta Lambda attended both the State Fall Conference held in Aber- deen and the Spring Conference held in Yank- ton. Forty of the top club members went to Kansas City on April 22 for a four day tour of the business and industrial facilities. News officers were initiated in May at the spring picnic held at Richmond. TOP LEFT: PBL decorated the Americana Nursing Home during the Christmas season. RIGHT: FRONT: Yolanda Lagenfield, state corresponding- secretary: Linea Miller, recording-secretary: Cheryl Rather, vice-president: Kathy Anderson, correspond- ing-secretary: Gladys Stenen, historian: Penny Gali- nat, state treasurer. BACK: Mr. Ehley, state advisor: Bill Sumption, president: Evan Hutchings, execu- tive member: Ron Schure, treasurer: Ron Kreme, state president: Mr. Papas, advisor. BOTTOM LEFT: Students from the School for the Visually Handi- capped attended classes at Northern with Phi Beta Lambda members. MIDDLE: Phi Beta Lambda members participated in PEMM's annual Sports Day by playing softball. RIGHT: Wolves magic formula, "Just Brut Power", received second place in the most original division of the Gypsy Day parade. PHI BETA LAMBDA 00" 0 ns, 1 L- PHI BETA LAMBDA 'YE Speech fraternity hosts tournaments Pi Kappa Delta, a national honorary speech fraternity, had a membership of around twenty-five members. Because Pi Kappa Delta is an honorary organization, no formal meetings were held. Require- ments of the club consisted of partici- pation in eight rounds of debate or four rounds of individual work including extemporaneous speaking, original ora- tory, or oral interpretation. Pi Kappa Delta sponsored and orga- nized two high school tournaments. The fall meet was held in November and the spring meet in January. These meets were held for the club's purpose of ad- vancing the causes of speech at both the college and high school level. A banquet was held in Nlay for the purpose of giv- ing recognition to those members who have excelled in their talents. PI KAPPA DELTA SF? EL. v . 'Q TOP: Debaters filed their cards in preparation for their debate presentations. LEFT: Pi Kappa Delta Mem- bers: FRONT ROW: Twila Tschetter, Jean Dohrer. MIDDLE ROW: Candy Rix, Madeline Istratescu, Rogen Fischer. BACK ROW: Roland Walters, Robert Peterson, Rick Fulker, Alan Severson, Kathy Stoller, advisor. CENTER: Trophies were awarded to oration winners. RIGHT: Pi Kappa Delta Officers: Robert Peterson, oresidentp Dan Brosz, vice-president: Twila Tschetter, secretary :Jean Drier, treasurer. PI KAPPA DELTA "'9-Q55 ix l -if ix 54 Pl OMEGA Pl .L.-. -as V-. ,, ,,, X k in Hrw 4'1- .4-ff, - A 5- "2 'V iii? me Aw, C 1' 'jul .U- 'TT537 1- E-WZHT7 s Pi Omega Pi offers tutoring service, prints Freshman Identification Book Pi Omega Pi again sponsored and composed the Freshmen Identification Booklet for the fall semester. This na- tional honorary business fraternity had a membership of twelve this past year. In keeping with the clubs purpose of social, national and community service, Pi Omega Pi held a weekly Wednesday evening open typing and accounting hour. This was to allow students who needed extra time with typing or ac- counting. The club members also used these sessions as a tutoring service to help with typing and accounting prob- lems. ' The club sponsored a fund raising pro- ject at Christmas by selling candles, The club also worked for a national business conference of business teachers and busi- ness men and women from this area. Gary Geist, president of Pi Omega Pi, stated that membership in this organiza- tion would be helpful when applying for a business education position. JP TOP: Pi Omega Pi members edited the Freshman Identifi- cation Booklets. BOTTOM LEFT: Pi Omega Pi Officers: Rita Wallace, treasurer, Judy Oelerking, vice-president, Bon- nie Mitchell, secretaryp Nancy Stemwedel, Gary Geist, presi- dent. FKIGHT: Wednesday eve- nings were-'set aside to help NSC students with accounting and typing. PI OMEGATPI Fraternity performs classical operetta The Women's Professional Music Fraternity, Sigma Alpha Iota,sponsored 'Pirates of Penzanze," the Gilbert and Sullivan operetta. They also gave two out-of-town performances. SAI co-sponsored the American Music Con- cert and the Sno-Sho Pageant and talent contest with Sinphonia. The fraternity had two pledge classes during the year. Twenty-seven women met twice a month to settle business and give their musical performances. Advisors for the 1971-72 year were Janis Pearson,assistant professor of voice: Ann Gebuhr, assistant professor of music: Miss Vesta Hanson, assistant professor of education: Mrs. Mavis Hamre, assistant professor of music: and Grace McArthur, professor emeritus of music education. TOP: SAI members "H" 'WH staged the operetta, "Pirates of Penzanze." BOTTOM: SAI members. FRONT ROW: Marsha Weiszhas, Patty Kiesz, Gail Bruflat, Kay David- son, president: Ranae Raisanen, corresponding- secretary: Susan Bosma, Debbie Kirschenmann. MIDDLE ROW: Marsha Herther, Patty De Kay, vice-president: Barb Heuer, Marcia Thinkildsen, Mary Beth Janusz,Jan Vilhauer, BACK FIOW: Wanda Senska, seargent-at-arms: Carla Carson, Judy Olson, Lynette Johnson, record- ing secretary: Kathy Her- man, Diane Gustafson, chaplain: Glenda Rueb, Melissa Hobson, Brenda Cogswell, Becky Petrick Linda Hanson, treasurer: Monica Preheim. SIGMA ALPHA Mem bers provide tutoring services Sigma Delta Epsilon has proivded a tutor- ing service for any student on campus having difficulty with either science or math. The members of this science and math fraternity offer their services every Tuesday evening to help with the problems. In addition to this service, the twenty- six member club organized a math contest for all high school students in the surround- ing area. This contest is held every year on Northern's campus. Part of the annual events of Sigma Delta Epsilon include a banquet held in the spring. Faculty advisors for the organization were Edwin Williamson, associate professor of mathematics: and Gordon Williams, assistant professor of chemistry. TOP: Sigma Delta Epsilon members offered their services as math and science tutors. BOTTOM: FRONT ROW: Virginia Zuenzer, Selma Mitchell, Janice Gilbert. MIDDLE: Joe Lipp, Barb Karaup, Perry Holland, Bradley Helm. BACK: Jim Goeh- ring, James Powell, Mr. Williamson, advisory John Ward, Larry Jannish, Mr. Williams, advisor: Miss StoIle,advisorg Jean Collins. SIGMA DELTA EPSI LON SIGMA TAU DELTA Sigma Tau Delta holds creative writing contest One of the biggest activities that Sigma Tau Delta sponsors is the Creative Writing Contest. This year they re- ceived over 200 short stories, essays, and poems from ap- proximately 50 different high schools in the surrounding area. Prizes are awarded in the form of scholarships to the win- ners in each of three divisions. The club also worked on the publication of Northern Lights, a college literary magazine. The purpose of Sigma Tau Delta is to help further the development and appreciation of English and creative writing on the campus. LEFT: James Holthus and Yvonne Gudmundson judged essays for the creative essay contest. TOP RIGHT: Mr. Hanson, advisor to Sigma Tau Delta, met with the executive officers, James Holthus and Yvonne Gudmundson. BOTTOM RIGHT: Members checked entries from area high schools for the creative writing contest. SIGMA TAU DELTA Group initiates area projects For service and leadership, Alpha Xi Delta, worked for the advance- ment of personal and social relation- ship for its members and com- munity. The club was open to all female students with a grade point ,of two point. At the weekly meetings, the business of the club was discussed and quill programs, which consisted of talks by guest speakers, were given. Plans for the club's many activities were also discussed. Among their projects were working with area youth, providing a babysitting ser- vice for people on welfare, and do- nating money to the Shriners. Mem- bers also ushered at performances of Things, Inc. Skits, song fests, and popcorn parties were also held at the rushes. Alpha Xi Delta sponsored the A-X fun night. Lezlee Griese was 3chosen presi- dent: Sue Miller,vice-president: Nan- cy Vochota, treasurer, and Jeanie Jones, secretary and pledge trainer. Mrs. Sue Richard, an alumni from Vermillion, served as the Chapter advisor and Carol Holahusen, ad- ministrative assistant to the Dean, was another advisor to the group. TOP: Alpha Xi Delta members held a banquet for new pledges. BOTTOM: New members, Marcia Karst, Kathy Peterson, and Patsy Aman pledged themselves to A-Z service. ALPHA XI DELTA Council establishes professional ethics The main objective of the Council for Exceptional Children was to promote the welfare and education of exceptional children and to establish professional standards for prospective teachers in the field of special education. The club worked direclty with chil- dren from Harmony Home and Monroe School, and also provided parties during Christmas, Easter, and other holidays. In the spring CEC helped provide arrangements for the Special Olympics. They also donated gifts to the Redfield State Hospital. E-,ss gr TOP: Assembling a CEC bulletin board in the Union are officers Peggy Zim- merman, vice-presi- dent: Cheryl Becker, treasurer: Becky Bailey, secretary, Betty Nelson, presi- dent. BOTTOM LEFT: CEC mem- bers assisted with candle making at the School for the Visually Handicap- ped.RlGHT:Asone of the club's pro- jects, CEC mem- bers played cards with the children at Harmony Home. I CEC Association of Women Students hosts numerous activities for coeds, parents Association of Women Students is composed of all women registered at Northern. Dues, paid at registration, help the organization sponsor activities throughout the year. In the fall, they sponsored the Big- Little Sis Picnic for incoming freshman girls. ln October, they sponsored a Parents' Day, which was changed from Dads' Day in order to include both parents. This year's Sweetheart Ball was on February 19, with "Sounds of Sinfonia playing for the formal dance. The organization presented several 35100 scholarships. i l, li J Q' L A L "FU-ASV' 'E -'tt it Lwfjiu AWS .f-fri es b . .lex .N il: , Hue, . QM, - X-2 ' -' ie- -.Ea wi' 15? 5 I gi 1-5 . in . ,-,gk LEFT: The officers of AWS rode through the Gypsy Day Parade promoting the home- coming activities. TOP MID- DLE: AWS sponsored Parent's Day with a Halloween decor, and provided a skit and dance routine as entertainment. BOTTOM MIDDLE: The an- nual Mother-Daughter Tea was sponsored by AWS in the spring. RIGHT: Members of AWS styled contemporary fashions at the Mother-Daugh- ter Tea. AWS Variety typifies programs designed for campus women TOP LEFT: Members contributed efforts in planning for the annual Sweetheart Ball. CENTER: Marg Hess sang a selec- tion of songsat the annual Mother-Daugh- ter Tea sponsored by AWS. RIGHT: Rob Glover and Jeff Kolbo entertained at the Big-Little Sis Picnic. BOTTOM LEFT: AWS Executive Board, FRONT ROW: Kathy Moore, Diane Bohn, president: Jan Gilbert, vioe-president: Cathy Peter- son, secretary: Gail McLaughlin, Treas- surer. MIDDLE ROW: Carmen OPP. Barb Schwandt, Barb Reuer, LaVonne Klaudt, Rita Saylor, Betty Heibel, Mary Lou Palmer, Vicki Odland, Diane Guhin, Susan Schmidt. BACK ROW: Dean Beth Wray, Diane Gerlich, Sandy Fawcett, Jane Gebhart, Margaret Schirber, Kathy Wentworth, Donella Paula, Eugen Wood, Jan Leibel. CENTER: Dancers and skit members performed for parents during the Parents' Day activities. RIGHT: Pat Bartel modeled spring fashions provided by Feinsteins for the Mother-Daughter Tea. 4 AWS ,,-.-,-.F -1-uf-1 1 ,V v A AWS BALLADEERS Talent show results from efforts of participants in Balladeers Club With thirteen members, the Balladeers Club produced Things Inc., the annual talent show on campus. The club met weekly after Christmas vacation in order to prepare for the show presented in the spring of the year. Prizes were awarded to the talent winners. The club also helped with preparations LEFT: Balladeer's members: TOP T0 BOT- TOM: Hal Klostermann, Brenda Prexler, Peggy Hansen, Claudia Hopp, Laurie Erickson: RIGHT, TOP TO BOTTOM: Russ Andrews, Dave Klostermann, Marla Alberts, Linea Miller, Rhona Trumm.TOP RIGHT: Balladeers staged their annual variety show, "Things lnc." BOTTOM RIGHT: Officers: Rhona Trumm, treasurerg Rus Andrews and Claudia Hopp, 00-presidents. for Gypsy Day Coronation and perform- ed at the coronation ceremony. Officers for the 1971-1972 year were co-presidents, Claudia Hopp and Russ Andrews. Rhona Trumm was secretary and treasurer. Todd Tucker, instructor of fine arts, served as the club's advisor for the year. BAL LADE E RS Circle-K emphasizes ecology, handicapped Craig Anderson, International Circle K secre- tary, brought Circle K into the region of environ- mental action. Spearheading this movement was the club's annual spring clean-up day. Building upon the objectives of Circle K as a service organization, the club began a "Little Brave,' Big Brave" program for fatherless boys. Circle K also helped children from the School for the Visually Handicapped improve upon their bowling techniques. The annual basketball mara- thon was held in March with donations going to the School of Hope. These activities were based on the clubs motto of "we build". They also led activities in producing the Special Olympics con- sisting of athletic meets for handicapped chil- dren. Dennis Beaulieu presided as the club president along with Darryl Bittner, vice-president: Rich Karnop, secretary: Joe Barthel, treasurer: and Terry Pearson, sergeant-at-arms. Dr. Arthur Bun- tin, professor of history, served as faculty advisor to the club. TOP LEFT: Joe Barthel and Neil Smith, along with other Circle K members, participated in the "Big Brave- Little Brave" program at the Aberdeen YMCA. CENTER: Circle K members devised and edited the NSC student directories sold during registration. RIGHT: The annual Circle K Marathon was held in March. Proceeds went to the School of Hope. BOTTOM LEFT: Bruce Bastian helped aid students from the School of the Visually Handicapped in developing their bowling skills. RIGHT: Circle-K Members, FRONT ROW: Craig Anerson, Lee Alberts, Rick Karnopp,secretary: Denny Beaulieu, presi- dentpClaudia Hopp, Circle K Sweetheart: Darryl Bittner, vice-president, Joe Barthel, treasurer: Phil Robinson, Dr. Arthur Buntin, advisor. MIDDLE ROW: Neil Smith, Jim Ellingson, Steve Crawford, Dale Wilbur, Wayne Beck, Bruce Bastian, Doug Peterson, Carroll Englehart, Dave Grafton, Terry Fritz. BACK ROW: George Karg- leder, Steve Wurnig, Dave Bugelow, Bob Ross, Jim Enteman, Randy Holsing, Mark Walz, Monte Holty. 1 CIRCLE K '7' 'Tm -'lg 1 X1 N 4 1 ,ii--, ,- .-dx ...JP f 7 Er Mi CIRCLE K I 1 r Chemistry Club increases activities to include field trip to laboratories Field trips to large cities where chemi- cal companies and research labs are held were the main highlights of the Chemistry CIub's year. In this way the club hoped to pro- vide an opportunity to increase its knowledge and interest of chemistry and related subjects. Officers for the academic year were Darrell Hawkins, presidentg Wayne Sny- der, vice-president, Carol Schoraffner, secretarygand Lorabie Schlagel, treasurer. Dr. James Fries acted as advisor for the year. in.:- 1 - . ' ' ' Ilie ' I b b : FRONT ROW: S n Wolf, Betty Kempton, Linda Zan. MIDDLE ROW. Linda Langbehn, Mary Frendel, Cmdv BUSCNHI, NF llllllgalhlgclitsbrglle Sglialqgellrsbarrell Hawkins, Jinllsgedlin, Wayne Snyder. BACK ROW: Steve Wolf, Jlm Thompson, Jam Hundstad, Dr. James Fries, advisor, Dr William Feld, advisor: Doug Carter. CHEMISTRY CLUB sx l New organization forms to study religious ideals Beginning its first complete year as an organized club, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Student Association had a membership of fifteen. The activities of the club were aimed to "contribute towards the fuller realization of one or more of the ideals of religion." Speeches by club members and guest speakers were given at their meetings which dealt with the aims of the club. Films on church history and doctrine were also shown. Plans for money raising projects were employed to sponsor a group trip to Salt Lake City, Utah. TOP: Members of LDSSA planned activities for the forthcominf' months. BO'I'l'OlVl LEFT: Bernie Seward and Cheryl Larson dis- cussed doctrine and history during a meeting. LEFT: Carrie Dirksen, secretary-treasurer, read the minutes from a previous meeting. LDSSA- Echoettes entertain at home football basketball games Echoettes, NSC's drill team, was organized to provide half- time entertainment at home football and basketball games. This year's officers included LaNette Hettich, president: Eileen Carlson, vice-president, and Ellen Bryant, secretary- treasurer. The ,standard number of par- ticipants was sixteen, but there were also six alternates. During the football season, these members performed with the marching band and also ac- companied them to Arkansas for Northern's game with Ar- kansas Tech. Echoettes met daily for practice under the direction of LaNette Hettich. TOP: FRONT ROW: Diane Bastian, Debbie Cox, Diane Gange, Ellen Bryant, Melody Sampson, LaNette Hettich, Jan Schreiber, Delores Schneider, Sheila Walth, DuAnn Hagen. MIDDLE ROW: Sandy Harper, Pat Goehring, Jan Leibel, Bonnie Rovang. BACK ROW: Diane Boe, Bev Buisker, Candy Rix, Gloria Amick. BOTTOM: The Echoettes stepped into a half-time drill routine during the Gypsy Day game. 2 ECHOETTES Club specializes in language stud Any student on the campus who had an interest in any foreign language or country could become a member of the foreign language club, Esperanto. Esperanto sponsored foreign exchange students as guest speakers at their meet- ings that were held twice monthly. The club's activities ranged from suppers and a dance to money raising projects for scholarships. A retreat for foreign language students from Doland and Clark high schools was held in March on Northern's campus. Plans were initiated to sponsor a re- treat for all foreign language students in all South Dakota colleges and univer- sities. TOP: Esperanto secretary, Olga Mejia, showed Sheryl Nelson, president: Cheryl McMannis, vice-president: and Linda Mason, treasurer, her native costume. BOTTOM: BACK ROW: Lana Stoltenberg, Madonna Cleberg. MIDDLE ROW: Miss Andrene Strickerz, advisor: Mary Rabenburg, Debbie Wolfgram. FRONT ROW: Rosemary Knutson, Thelma Mitchell. ESPERANTO Q lf Amis:- 174 GAIVIMA DELTA unrnruuf?-E P CULLIIIJI Q. Gamma Deltans present folk services, organize activities stressing fellowship Gamma Delta, a fellowship of Luth- eran students, consisted of around twenty members. The club was support- ed by the St. Paul Lutheran Church of Aberdeen and money obtained from a number of bake sales. With the help of the ministers from St. Paul and faculty advisor, the club sponsored their traveling folk service group. The group gave Sunday services at various churches throughout South Dakota. Contemporary music was coup- led by Bible readings and interpretations by members. Gamma Delta's other activities in- cluded Christmas caroling for nursing homes in Aberdeen, snow mobiling dur- .. 'Hi tits-zrfjjsj--' -' ,N ,rf ffgf- l, 1 K 4 r ' f' .,, ls... -f......,-,4s. ,.., '- ing the winter, and a skating party in March. The club also held fall and spring retreats at Pickeril Lake. These were week-end events where all types of sports activities and fellowship among members 'take place. Although meetings were held regular- ly only twice monthly, the club headed by Galen Sollie, found weekly and oc- casionally, more frequent meetings were needed when working on the folk ser- vices. Films were shown at some of the meetings held at St. Pauls in addition to the discussions on religion. Other offi- cers included Terry Bierman, vice-presi- dentg and Becky Herdman secretary- treasurer. .41 is -li f 1 ' ,ii-ill.-i P 31,515 . ,L-I . v 0 TOP: Gamma Delta held Sunday folk services in the Memorial Union. BOTTOM LEFT: FRONT ROW: Becky Erdman, Linda Mettler, Terry Bierman, Galen Sollie, 'MIDDLE ROW: Sue Nagel, Judy Kroll, Sandy Baul, Linda Baule, Betty Rehfuss, Carolyn Palmer, Jan Otto. BACK ROW: Armin Hickelman, Doris Link, Harrold Brietag, Claire Baule, Elaine Anderson, Leroy Kropuenski. RIGHT: A roller skating party was held in March by Gamma Delta. GAMMA DELTA Industrial Educators study efficiency in both social, professional endeavors Twice monthly the industrial art ma- jors and minors met. Various guest speakers spoke on the opportunities and different aspects of the field of industrial arts. Films were shown and tours of Hub City, the School for the Visually Handi- capped, and other places in the Aber- deen area were taken. The Industrial Education Club chose the promotion of social efficiency and professional interest as its main objec- tive. The club was part of a national and state industrial education club. TOP: Industrial Ed- ucation members sold raffle tickets as a money making project. IA Club Members: FRONT ROW: Charles Brunt- Iett, Ron Olson, Rog- er Durhmer, Jerry Miller, Mr. Poirier, Mr. Aman, Darrell i Morrey, first semes- Yearly activities for IEC included their Nlarch banquet for all industrial art students and also a Christmas party IEC sponsored a S100 scholarship for an incoming sophomore. The recip- ient was chosen by the members and was a student majoring in the Industrial Arts field. Chris Erickson was elected president of IEC. Vice-president was Bob Westall and Howard Swenson was secretary. Stan Dais was chosen treasurer. Rolland Aman was the faculty advisor for the club. Inlflsfflgf ffab ff .. L 4ffg FC' 'Lfff.v'- fu ffamm, 7' Q fifgniyojf Q J f77Q ter vice-president, Stanley Dias. BACK ROW: Mr. Beklen, Howard Swenson, Joe Van De Rostyn, Pat Murphy, Ken Osberg, Bob Westall, second semester vice- president: Chris Erickson, president: Duane Stabler, Phil Robinson. RIGHT: IA students acquired woodworking skills. 1 INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION -5- - Z l?l J LEFT: Newly initiated mem- bers celebrated after a week of wearing arm bands and carry- ing balloons to classes. TOP RIGHT: FRONT ROW: Barb Schwandt, LaVonne Boots, Barb Thomas, Diane Bastian, Carol Samuelson, Kathy Car- lin, Miriam Coury, Linda Kas- person, Marcia Karst, Shirley Tastad. MIDDLE ROW: Kathy Peterson, Gloria Amick, Patsy Aman, Diane Bohn,Vicki Sens- ka, Pat Sabal, Peggy Wiss- mantel , Sandi Goodroad, Linda Lowell,JoAnne Jarman,Tevan Cronk, Lynn Murphy, Mary Junkman. BACK ROW: Cindy Wilson, Andi Fredrickson, Cheryl Mertes, Carol Schau- macker, Linda Rosand, Claudia Likness, Candy Rix, Becky Bailey, Cathy Peterson, Nancy Sorenson, Gloria Bennett, Terry Bierman, Sharie Nelson, Tami Waterfall, Connie Moe, Helen Nessan, Jean Farris, Cindy Greeno. BOTTOM CENTER: K-lVlate members worked weekly with members of the Aberdeen Boys' Club. RIGHT: K-Nlate Officers: Dee Dee Blick,vice-president:Cathy Beare, treasurer: Shirley Sims: president: Nancy Halverson, secretary . 1 K-MATES 6 K-Mates organize service projects of benefit to college, Aberdeen area This year K-Mates held, a UNICEF drive covering the entire campus during October. Candy and gum wrappers were collected from the dorms and the Union and sent to the sponsoring program. The service club raised money for a child's hearing aid and gave their services to meals-on-wheels, a food ser- vice that provides daily meals to the elderly. They also baked cookies and gave them to a nursing home during the Christmas holidays. This year's officers were Shirley Sims, president: Delores Blick, vice-president: Nancy Halvorsen, secretary: and Kathy Beare, treasurer. Instructor of English, Mary Keller: Mrs. Radke, Kramer Hall Housemother: and Dean Beth Wray were advisors for the club. K-Mates was 'formed to provide ser- vice to the community and campus. About sixty girls composed the club. 'im 4 5. if .1'. ' "1 ,v A ui ii! : H IFVQVVVAJ- T - -rg-f 1 WL. 1 FWZ. 5- M1 '- V1 1'. 2,1 -z ' l'1 ' A 1 1 : .'1fJ!..,:?,'M MW - ' -1 1 . 1 mfg: 1 ,Gigs 211.1 . 151 i "'1"i , 5' 51, ,f5f11W 1 1'1f11f1V 3 1 1 , 3 V ...JLH .. A H 1 v 1 li ,Z 1 11 cv .1 ':--ne , WJ 1 -- -as 1 iii A . 5 ' ,V 11 11 A: , 11 1 , 'XJ I V 1 K-MATES r rqf. so MASOU ERS JJ', Masquers Club assists with collegiate pla productions Masquers Club assisted and partici- pated in the production of the plays on Northern's campus. ln the purpose of promoting drama, the club held a Masquers Drama Festival in December for the student body. A new honorary drama fraternity, Alpha Si Omega,was organized with a member- ship of almost thirty. LEFT: Eric Matz and Don Harris set up the lighting systems needed for the plays. CEN- TER: Tim Molseed appeared in the produc- tion of "My Fair Lady" in the spring of 1971. TOP LEFT: Steve Behrens helped with make- up during the production of various plays. RIGHT: ln conjunction with SAC, Mike Lus- sem participated in a melodrama enacted on campus. BOTTOM: Faculty advisor and assist- ant professor of drama, Richard Norquist, talked over play details with Masquers of- ficers: Steve Behrens, Pfesident: Mike Lussem, treasurer: Don Harris, vice-president: Tim Molseed, parliamentarian: and Gail Wilkins, secretary . W-.I .X - I MASQUERS - 'gms MENC hold money raising projects Music Educators National Conference is an organization oomposed of music majors and minors and others who have an interest in music education. Senior Rob Glover was chosen presi- dent of MENC for the 1971-72 school term. Also serving with him are Glenda Rueb, vice-president: Barb Reuer, secretary: and Patty Kiesz, recording- secretary. Under their leadership, MENC has initiated a number of money raising projects such as candy sales for the pur- pose of saving enough money for scholar- ships. The club also sponsored a rock clinic held in the spring. Dr. Kirshenmann and Mrs. Hamre were the faculty advisors for the Music Educators National Conference. . i ' xt s if l all sm: Q' l i f Ali?" FRONT ROW: Barb Houston, Marlene Buttke, Wendy Frandal, Diane Paulsen, Kathy Herman, Patty DeKay, Barb Reuer, Dennis Jensen, Debbie Hagel, Debbie Kirschenmann, Renae Raisanen, Marsha Weiszhaar, Carla Carson. MIDDLE ROW: Marlene Hallstrom, Glenda Reub, Patty Keiz, Marlys Schoeck, Kay Davidson, Judy Olson, Monica Schroeder, Peggy Stensgaard, Susie Wells, Patty Englet, Jan Otto, Linda Kaufman, Sandy Mason, Karen Peterson, Lynette Johnson. BACK HOW: Yvonne Trapp, Corine Jameson, Joan Vance, Monica Preheim, Dennis Seims, Sharon Finley, Rob Glover, Clark Lunstrom, Merdeam Peterson, Jim Oschner, Gail Bruflat, Maribeth Freser, Wayne Fiechtner, Harold Breitag, Jan Vilhauer,Jeff Kolbo. 182 M ENC Fliers encourage club participation Flying films and presentations were featured at the regular month- ly meetings of the Northern State College Flying Club. Flying Club officers were: Bob Yoder, president: Mark Johnson, I vice-president: Carolyn Bartlett, secretary and treasurer: Mark John- son, public relations manager. Advisors for the club were Assist- ant Professors of Education Mark E. Cogswell and John M. Drayer. NSC Flying Club: Carolyn Barlett, secretary-treasurer, Bob Yoder, presi. dent, John M. Drayer,advisor: Mark Johnson, vice-presidnet: Tom Singer. NSC FLYING CLUB 183 TOP LEFT: N-Club members parti- cipated in various intercollegiate sports and conference play. RIGHT: N-Club members, FRONT ROW: Rich Andrezejewski, Dan Lingor, Curt Keiger. SECOND ROW: Steve Ewer, Loren Kambstad, Scott John- ston, Tim Carda, Leon Briske, Jack Hurley, Todd Boyd. THIRD ROW: Henry Weidrich, Tom Atkinson, Gary Grove, Rod Neuman, Daryl Wetzler, Joe Ackerman, Carlton Hupke, Bob Warwick. FOURTH ROW: Rick Demmers, Steve Graf, Bill Wilkinson, Pat Murphy, Curt Fredrickson, Mark Shannon, Troy Brown, Joe Kramer, Marlin Harms. FIFTH ROW: Ed Wilkinson, Pat Murphy, Curt Niederbaumer, Ken Carlson, Jeff Coome, Bill Christen- son. Dan Paunsch, Myron Bryant, Marlin Bjerke, Steve Nelson, SIXTH ROW: Gary Shower, Scott Sletting, Steve Schulte, Rhys Schmidt, Roger Day, Bob Steven, Darryl Walz, Tracy Upton. BACK ROW: Gary Evjen,l Kevin Carson, Dale Grewing, Vaun Cary, Greg Saunders, Gene Reich, Craig White. 1 4 N-CLUB N-Club provides Ietterjackets, letters, sells ads for Gypsy Day programs N-Club, composed of Northern's Let- termen, was headed by senior Gary Evjen. Members of N-Club included any male student who had earned a varsity letter in any intercollegiate sport. They elected Loren Kambestad as vice-presi- dent and Dan Ott as their secretary-treas- urer. Coach Wachs was faculty advisor. A 1971 Volkswagen was raffled off in the beginning of the school term by N-Club. Money obtained from the raffle went to buy letterjackets and varsity let- ters for members. For Gypsy Day, N- Club sold ads to local merchants to print football programs. These contained team and individual player information, and were sold during the Gypsy Day football game. imjj '11 mg J Q EWS 3. '-i. Q- I si f1 .IP .f , 4 -, I v- , Y 1 w.....-1 N-CLUB ... Secretaries plan varied calendar To "broaden the horizons for secre- taries" was taken as the motto of the National Collegiate Association of Sec- retaries on Northern's campus this year. The fifty member club chose Diane Layton as their president: Charlotte Shaunaman, vice-president: Donna Carstens, treasurer: and Marie Miller, secretary. The historian for NCAS was Debra Dabbert and Deborah Schumaker was elected as the publicity chairman. Advising the club was Ronald Johnson assistant professor of business education. This year the club selected Mavis Horan as Secretary of the Year. Mavis Horan is administrative assistant in the Administrative Services Office at North- ern. Other activities of the club included a demonstration by instructors from Stewart's School of Hairdressing. TOP: NCAS members participated in a beauty demonstration presented by Stewart's School of Hairstyling. BOTTOM: Charlotte Schauna- man, president, initiated a new member into the club. 1 6 NCAS Rs ,1 I '-x if Q. 'ON' ilwig .u ,I U 1 Q 1, f'4'.l',I L I lf yi "'r. ml Vf - we 'L el I- C ' Q F L! re Ll ,.,. , , 'I 4li""?'l , r l'fPi?lY- 1- ?0i!i',l 4, 7' ., ,Q Q Q., 'I , . O . sf 91 u . Dames offer members PHT Degree Northern Dames was composed of a twenty member group this year. Their main objective was PHT iPutting Hubby Throughl. Twice a year, in January and May, they awarded scholarships to two of the Dames' husbands. A new activity this year included a demonstration and style show given by Stewarts' School of Hairstyling. Their other yearly activities included guest speakers, a banquet for the couples, and a graduate program for the wives of those husbands who were to graduate from Northern this year. TOP LEFT: North- ern Dames officers, FRONT ROW: Paul- ette Walker, program chairman: Mary Fla- haven, president: Joanne Oakland, historian, BACK ROW: Linda Ott, treasurer: Kathi Cormier, vice-presi- dent. RIGHT: Mem- bers observed beauty ideas presented by a consultant of Stew- art's' School of Hair- styling. BOTTOM: Northern Dames members are FRONT ROW: Kathy Witte, Jan Swartz, Carol McTague, Marny Caza, Paulette Walk- er, Joanne Oakland, Shirley Zipf, Barb Wilson, Mary Ann Myers. BACK ROW: Verna Ellanson, Diane Meidinger, Linda Ott, Mary Fla- haven, Karen Buck, Kathi Cormier, Deb Coyne, Kay Vikan- der, Wilma Luce, . ' t Ginny Greer. NORTHERN DAM ES LEFT, PEMA MEMBERS: Front row, Jan Johnson, Jean Barker, Mary Schroch, Sue Bode, Shirlee Steenhoven, Judy Miller, Sandy Clancy, Carly Fossum Butch Bachman. Back Row: Dean Schumacher, Linda Reinhardt, Carryl Bliebaum,Diane Bastian, Cindy Frink, Shirley Kludt, Debbie Thorstensen, Sister Kath Ieen O'Laughlen, Maure Simon, Janice Gilbert, Carol Kendall, Ethlyn Danielson, Cleo Woodfork, Barb Fiderman, Gordon Fleike, Dr. Sorge, advisor. RIGHT PEMA OFFICERS: Butch Bauchman, president, Cleo Woodfork, Shirley Kludt, Gorde Flieke, treasurer: Mary Skroch, secretary: Sue Bode. PEMA PEMA promotes physical education through meetings, special activities PEMA, an organization for physical education majors, had about fifty mem- bers this year. ln dealing with the cIub's purpose of showing the PE majors their places in the education field, the club had coaches, student teachers in physical education, and the Director of Parks and Recreation give talks at their monthly meetings. PEMA proved an aid to other organi- zations on Northern's campus. The club provided much of the organization and officials for the Special Olympics spon- sored in cooperation of Circle K, CEC, and PEMM. This olympics held on May 6 was for retarded children of the state. College facilities and Simmons field were used for the event. As part of the clubs annual activities, PEMA held its fall campout at Richmond. Asteak banquet and a spring picnic were also held for members. .T -I PEMA mx-. ' .ffrgi '24 TOP: PEMM Club members engaged in Modern Dance activities. BOTTOM LEFT: FRONT ROW: Shirley Steenhoven, Carol Ken- dall, Barb Felderman, Cleo Woodfork. BACK ROW: Linda Dykstra, Deb Thorstenson, Maure Simon, Judy Nliller, Carol Bleibaum, Pat Borchers, Marla Alberts, Sister Kathleen O'Loughlin, Ethlyn Dan- ielson, Sandy Clancy, Jean Barker, Peggy Ablen, Sue Body, Sandy Fawcett, Kathy Schloner, Cindy Frink, Peg Fischer, Shirley Kludt, Carly Fossum, Janice Gilbert, Chris Snow, Jean Johnson. RIGHT: PEMM Club Officers: Carryl Bleibaum, program chairman: Cleo Woodfork, president: Sandy Fawcett, program chairman: Sister Kathleen O'Loughlin, vice-president. U 0 PEMM 'aaa H' UWT . 4 J l it PEMM Club encourages recreationg sponsors fund raising, social projects The women physical education club for majors and minors in physical edu- cation had a membership of nearly fifty. The combined function of PEMM served both as a social and professional organi- zation for those women interested in physical education. The club organized a number of fund raising and social activities for Northern. In the fall, PEMIVI sponsored a cheer- leading clinic for cheerleaders from area high schools. Northern's cheerleaders assisted. A Sports Day, also for area high schools, was organized and held in the spring. At their monthly meeting, student teachers and faculty members from the physical education department would deliver talks. Various types of recreation, including volleyball, swimming, and modern dance performance were includ- ed with the monthly business meeting. PEMM Spurettes offer services to college, Aberdeen area Spurettes, a female honorary service organization, existed to serve Northern State College and the Aberdeen community, foster loyalty and helpfulness among members, and support the student activities of Northern. The club helped with many activities both on and off cam- pus. The members ushered at the B.J. Thomas concert in Oct- ober and the State Sno Queen contest in January. Spurettes sold concessions at movies shown on campus and at the Vet's softball game in addition to playing softball at the event. Off campus services included helping clean up highways in the spring, serving at church suppers, and caroling at Christmas time. Their projects moved into the hospitals in Aberdeen, as members would obtain library books for hospital patients and read to those who requested it. 4 SPURETTES Va 'H it I I' sg 5, ,H V, iw va Farm, L, TOP LEFT: Spur- ettes members help- ed with scoring and statistics atthe Circle K marathon. BOT- TOM: Members, Front Row: Dean Wray advisor: Barb Reuer, Deb Alpert, Monica Preheim, Rita Saylor, Barb Schwandt, vice-presi- dent: Barb Schlep, Carolyn Bartlett, Donna Scheuffle, La- Nette Hettich, Kay DeKramer, Kathy Fitting, Sue Fidel, Marilyn Clement, BACK ROW: Peggy Zimmerman, Melissa Hobsin, Jeanne Bark- er, Kathy Fitting, Barb Meisburg, Eliza- beth Weiss, Diane Neiswag, secretary: Pat Beck, DuAnn Hagen, Deb Wolf- gram, Colleen Flinn, Karen Robertson, Mary Rabenberg, Standing: Korrine Reil, Jeane Bur- roughs, Jane Enger- hoffer, president: Nancy Schieflebein, treasurer: Pat War- ner, Dorothy Mal-, sam. TOP RIGHT: Members voluntarily provided patients at St. Luke's Hospital with library books. BOTTOM RIGHT: Initiation of new members highlighted Spurettes spring acti- vities. SPURETTES Future teachers plan roles in education The Northern chapter of the South Dakota Ed- ucation Association was the largest in the State with a membership of three-hundred-ninety inter- ested in the field of education. Due to a reorganization of the National Educa- tion Association, the club has become more in- formal. At the monthly meetings, a number of guest speakers spoke. These people reflected the position teachers have in a community. Four pro- grams, which dealt with the field of education, were initiated by the SDEA this year. The SDEA placed members on advisor boards of the college to represent the education student views on curriculum changes and student rights. They began two of the new programs of the NEA. The first was the Pilot Program which promoted a strong curriculum and voter registration on cam- pus. The second, Early Field Experience, gave sophomore SDEA members the chance to get ex- perience in the field of education. Peggy Ablen, president of Northern's SDEA, attended the NEA Spring Conference held in Kan- sas City, Missouri from January 27-30. Plans for the national reorganization were discussed and ideas brought back to the college. The SDEA held its fall retreat in Sioux Falls and the spring retreat on the Dakota Weslyan campus at Mitchell. LEFT: Guest speakers highlighted SDEA meetings. RIGHT: SDEA Officers: Peggy Ablen, president: Jeannie Burroughs, treasurer: Peggy Saba, secretary: Kay Glover, vice-president. 194 SDEA , , , ' :- V H , V - . v www :,: .hr 4 . 'wwf.QH E .. 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The folk group created their own services in contemporary style. These services were held on Sunday mornings at the UCM center and in area towns. The folk group also held their services in the three retire- ment homes located in Aberdeen. Upon request, the group would hold youth rallies. The UCM Center held encounter groups during the fall semester. These sensitivity sessions were conducted by area people trained in this type of group relations. Sessions were incorporated iinto the weekend retreats that were held during the spring semester. In January, with the cooperation of the Rapid City institute of Community Under- standing, a retreat entitled "White Racism" was held. Together with the Newman Center, UCM co- sponsored the Wednesday evening Lounge Talks that brought a number of guest speakers and films to campus. Also with Newman and Gamma Delta, UCM helped sponsor the religious study group. TOP LEFT: Dan Rice, UCM director. TOP CENTER: Lounge talks were held every Wednesday at the Newman center. TOP RIGHT: Officers Gail Wilkins, president: Ken Raabe, treasurer, Linda Raabe, secretary, Deb Nessan, vice-president: BOTTOM LEFT: UCM folk group mem- bers, FRONT ROW: Susan Fedell, Betsy Philips, Mary Beth Janusz, Suzie Wells, Tevan Cronk, Marg Schavez, Kem Raabe, Jane Loveland. BACK ROW: Dan Rice, di- rector, Dave Aeilts, Greg Dehooge, Jan Vihouer, Diane Czmoski, Debbie Kirchemann, Linda Raabe, Jim Collins, Kathy Carlin, Gail Wilkins. RIGHT: A retreat was held at the center where various talks were given. UCM Center provides setting for cultural activities The Aquinas Center provided a place for peace and re- laxation from the stresses of college life. lt proved to be a meeting place for many friends and clubs. A Newman choir was organized again this year by Rob Glover. The group met on Thursday nights at the Center and initiated much of the new music used in the Center's services. Sister Caroline organized a women's service club com- posed of nearly thirty women students and faculty mem- bers from the Aquinas parish. The Newman Women's Club held a light breakfast after the 11 o'clock services on Sun- day morning in addition to helping with various luncheons and meetings held at the Center. The Center, along with United Campus Ministry and Lutheran Campus Ministry, sponsored classes on a variety of religious subjects. These were held in one hour weekly classes with the instructors ranging from students to the directors of various campus religious organizations. Newman Council was very active again this year with their Lounge talks. Many guest speakers and a number of films were also shown on these Wednesday evening meet- ings. The social committee of Newman Council held a taffy pull in early February for the purpose of getting students together. The Council was also responsible for the week-end retreats held at the center. The Center had multi-purposes for other groups on campus. A number of pancake and chili suppers were held there. Many clubs found the Center an ideal spot for con- ducting meetings. The Masquers' Drama Festival held in December used the church section for the setting of three of their plays. Pastor Sutterland held 5 o'clock services on Sundays for the Lutheran students on campus at the center. Many of the campus religious groups activities radiated from the Aquinas Center. TOP LEFT: Newman Choir, composed of members of the Newman rish athered on Thursda evenin s to re re son for the D3 , 9 Y 9 P P3 95 Sunday services. RIGHT: Newman's Women's Club met on Tues- day evenings twice a month for the purpose of promoting the work of the Aquinas Center and as a service organization for the Newman parish. BOTTOM LEFT: The center provided a quiet study area for NSC students. CENTER: Father John Garvey, the Aquinas Center director, was always available for discussions. RIGHT: The Center served as the setting for a pancake dinner held in early February. AOUINAS CENTER Ya 'E' Q9 hung C,b J AQUINAS CENTER Booksale highligh This year's new activities for the Vets' Club included advertising for the Ameri- can Legion convention. The ninety-six member club sponsor- ed the Beanie Burn during Freshman Orientation Week. Twice this year they held a book sale in the Union for stu- dents who wanted to buy second hand textbooks. They also gave their support ts Vet's Club year to the School of Hope. Their monthly meetings were used to plan activities and upcoming programs. The Vets' Club took part in an Intramural softball tourney. They also helped a city clean-up project. James Evenson, instructor of econom- ics, acted as the advisor for the club. I i ,, 'Ai - Y ' x -xx xx fs. -1- .1 1 f. 'S 1 K Q ug gave Tk? 785 200 VETS' CLUB Q 'Ns l i 3 ll Y. fi al- rv V' 1 -. , is i :J -le fs' .VL 'T gs. QQ eu li T ll l. L.,, eg, ,H ,H ,L 1 ,l , , B . TOP LEFT: Vets' Club pro- vided the color guard for the Gypsy Day Parade. CENTER: Paula Daughters and Roger Day, 1971 Beanie Queen and King, reigned over the Vets' sponsored Beanie Burn and picnic. RIGHT: Vets' mem- bers enjoyed card games and refreshments at their regular meetings. BOTTOM LEFT: FRONT: Ken Danielson, treasurer: Charles Myers, vice- president: Marlin Reiners, president: Wayne Muniger, secretary: Tim Wall, Sergeant of arms. BACK: John Rapp, Don Fogle, Dave Dierks, Don Enger. CENTER: The annual Vets' booksale was held in the Union with proceeds donated to the School of Hope: VETS' CLUB Club provides job placement The objective of the Sociology Club was to acquaint sociology majors and minors with their specific fields of choice. Thirty-five members met twice a month in order to plan their activi- ties and trips. They had many guest speakers this year and planned a trip to visit a Hutterite Colony in the spring. The club also provided placement programs for majors of sociology. This year, for the first time, they sponsored Casino Night in the Union Fireside Lounge. Officers were President Mary Lund: Vice-president Trudy Webster: Secretary-Treasurer Kathy Walthg and Assistant Secretary Nancy Schnoor. Advisors were Philip Dwight, Larry Kreuger, and Jack Hickman,all professors of sociology at Northern. TOP: FRONT ROW: Mary Lund, presi- dent: Kathy Walth, secretaryp MIDDLE ROW: Nancy Schmorr, assistant secre- tary, Donna Fisher, Trudy Webster, vice- president: Connie Moe, Jolene Schlep, Cheryl Smith. BACK ROW: Mr. Dwight, advisory Dale Knebel, Dave Pastian, Jerry Baum, Bob Garrett, Cheri Mueller. BOT- TOM: Grace Boe, newly crowned Sno Queen, participated in Casino Night activities co-sponsored by Sociology Club. 2 2 I SOCIOLOGY CLUB ,f -nf 3 .1 .I Station increases campus coverage adds programs The FNI Radio Station celebrated its first year on the air October 5. The station, owned and operated by North- ern students, broadcasted everyday except Sunday. During the week, they broadcasted from 4 p.m. until 1 a.m. Neil Bagaas, the manager, had close to twenty volunteers working for him. The station aired programs that in- cluded the top 45 records of the week, sports news, weather reports, classical music, along with the top country sounds of the week. TOP LEFT: FIVI began its second year of service to NSC. Nine new programs were added, bringing entertainment and educational programs to the campus. RIGHT: KASD-FM broadcasted from 4 p.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Friday and from 12 p.m. to 1 a.m. Saturdays. Sound 45, the top 45 tunes in the nation, was an added feature on the FM schedule. BOTTOM: Ken Raabe prepared to go on the air, Larry Card served KASD-FNI as manager during its second year of broad- casting. FIVI-RADIO Democrats work The Young Democrats centered their goals on getting eighteen year olds to register. information tables were set up by the club in the Union for this purpose. The seventy member organization held meetings twice a month. Lt. Gov. Dougherty and James Aberesque were among their guest speakers. The films at voter registration "Milhous" and "RFK" were shown at the gatherings. Ecology and voter regis- tration committees were set up to voice a young Democratic attitude on the cam- pus, community, and state level. Members of Northern's Young Dem- ocrats worked as volunteers in various Aberdeen campaign headquarters. ' l 12:44-. .452 'YW I W9 X XV, Vip l 1-55' Young Democrats, FRONT ROW: Arlene Eikanas, Mary Kidwiler, Rosemary Knutson, Jack Cousins, Denise Hill, Linda Nerison. MIDDLE ROW: Duane Puffer, Sharon Frerichs, Deb Olson, Pam Ochsner, Cathy Peterson, Curt Hohn, Dennis Brendel, Rich Larson, Jeff Coome, Stan Heffner. BACK ROW: Dave Jostens, John Glenn, Scott Hanley, Joe Wolff, Howard Swenson, Janice Gilbert, Mr. Elling, advisor: Mike Weisgram. 204 YOUNG DEMOCRATS Tobin, Damgaard reorganize Senate into three branches l at 1 . L4 5? 1: i . J , i . J l P ,.,,,lj,,'-V it . l Student Senate, under the leadership of Tom Tobin and Roger Damgaard, Student Association president and vice-pres- ident, brought improvements to NSC's campus. Student Senate operated un- der a new three branch division of executive, legislative, and ju- dicial for the first time this year. Guided by President Tom Tobin and Vice-president Roger Dam- gaard, the sixteen member Sen- ate managed the implementa- tion of new programs on cam- pus. Senate became especially ac- tive with the areas of student housing and curriculum chan- ges. Plans for co-ed housing, visitation rights, and better food service were developed. The Senate worked on adding new degrees and classes at North- ern while making thecurriculum more flexible to fit the student. Senate was responsible for changing the Constitution to allow elections for student sen- ate to be held in the spring. STUDENT SENATE 2 Students increase perform ance skills with Collegiate Choir participation certs were held in conjunction with the College-Civic Symphony. Under the direction of James Ewing, assistant professor of music, Northern Singers presented various concerts throughout the year including perfor- mances during Gypsy Day activities. 'Pa 5 af! TOP LEFT: Northern Singers again provided music for the Gypsy Day ooronation ceremonies. CENTER: Collegiate Choir performed at an out door assembly to begin the 1971 Gypsy Day celebration. RIGHT: Under the direction of Dr. John Berggren, the Collegiate Choir practiced for their spring concert. BOTTOM LEFT: Women's Choir members practiced for one of several club appearances during the Christmas season. RIGHT: The Collegiate Choir practiced three daysa week to ready themselves for their numerous performances. MUSIC Bands bring professional performances to eommunit During November,the Northern State College Marching Band traveled to Rus- selville, Arkansas to perform a half-time performance during the Wolves' NAIA playoff game against Arkansas Tech. The band also paid a special tribute to peace and patriotism during Gypsy Day activities. Several members made up the stage band which appeared at all home basket- ball games under the direction of Phil Weinacht, assistant professor and direct- or of brass ensembles. Along with other yearly activities, the Concert Band helped with the stage production of "lnherit the Wind." Dar- win Walker, assistant professor of music, directed the concert and marching bands. Ben Vandervelde, associate professor of music, again conducted the College- Civic Symphony. The orchestra took part in the annual production of the "Messiah and also performed various concerts throughout the year. TOP LEFT: The NSC Marching Band present- ed a half-time show at all home football games. CENTER: Saxophonists Daryl Rossow and Dennis Jensen prepared for an upcoming Stage Band performance. RIGHT: The Pep Band encouraged Wolfpack followers. BOT- TOM LEFT: Phil Weinacht directed the Stage Band. CENTER: David Kulm and Alan Peter- son were a part of the trombone section for the NSC Stage Band. RIGHT: Piano ac- companiment for the Stage Band was often played by music major Rob Glover. - Q . l ,' xx .Xxx ', S i 'r ri 'Al 1 'sn f . I f,fl:i ll lil. Jill", 1' ." 4 fl I I , ' w 1 , 14 ,- ,0- 208 MUSIC .V ' gf. ff oi-12 ' H2 rw MUSIC 209 College, Civic Symphony expands cultural offerings 'QE ,, ,. Q i H MUSIC .iw :V -'T' img T T4 '.:v pg' ...gi-q'f'f,5 Q94-r , 2 K Til 5 :fl f ' ' we ,g-, 5, lfki-, ml-Q2fT:gEm,?f-'f-LEPQ, ,. . wh P A,, 9.3, .' H 1. Taj!-ll -' Z: .Ll 1 ffm- fa -T 4 Q1 -,v 4 '., ill . pp ,ll Q. TOP LEFT: The violin section warmed up for a rehearsal under the direction of Ben Vandervelde.CENTER: The brass section provided much of the fullness inherent in any band. RIGHT: Darwin Walker directed the Marching Band and the Concert Band. He was assisted by Phil Weinacht. BOTTOM LEFT: Concert Band prepared for an upcom- ing concert. RIGHT: The percussion section provided a steady beat for the band. MUSIC 212 SAC encourages Social involvement This year the Social Affairs Committee sponsored numerous movies, dances, mini- concerts, and different types of den enter- tainment. Special dance groups included the Young Raiders, The Flippers, Brownsville Station, Swallow, and The Mob. Den entertainment included Edmunds and Curly, Michael John- son, and Bobby Jackson with his jazz. Some of the movies that were shown included "Duffy, "Which Way to The Front?", "Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid", a "Comedy of Terror" evening, and a variety of docu- mentary films. TOP LEFT: Bobby Jackson group "Undercurrent" appeared at the Den. The modern jazz group was featured at one of the Den-Entertainment nights sponsored by SAC. RIGHT: An old-time melodrama was sponsored by SAC with aid of the Masquers. Masquers Club president, Jim Miller, played the villain. Social Affairs Committee, TOP: Mark Stanze, Jim Krier, Bill Marquart, Rich Karnopp, Pam Hesla, Flich Matkins. MIDDLE: Linda Lowell, Pat Heim, Jaccy Walth, Kathy Ernst. BOTTOM: Ken Schallenkamp, Kay Schallenkamp. 1. SOCIAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE 'll fl !l MEL I l- vi, I , Big Name brings variety of talents Last March the Big Name Committee sponsored Ray Charles in concert at the Civic Arena. A large crowd attended the performance of the famous singer, pianist. B.J. Thomas was presented live and' in concert Thursday evening to begin the home- coming festivities. His performance was also sponsored by the committee. Various other entertainment was pro- vided later on in the year, including "The Mob" who performed a rock concert. TOP: Big Name Committee: FRONT: Cal Gederos, Mike Cogne, Doug Ell, Doug Peterson, Mark Dunne. BACK: Maddy Jensen, Jean Flahaven. BOTTOM: The closing Big Name concert for the 1970-1971 school year was Ray Charles. Appear- ing with Charles was his regular band and a group of female singers who regularly travel with him. BIG NAME COMMITTEE 21 TOP LEFT: Cub reporters, Carolyn Palmer and Julie Max- on began their first year on the staff by reporting and writing headlines for the Exponent. CENTER: Joyce We5er, a sec- ond year reporter, showed a new reporter, Connie Kouner the techniques of writing head- lines. RIGHT: Managing editor Perry Haaland and Editor Carolyn Schallenkamp discus- sed the techniques of page make-up during a Tuesday night Ex onent session. Haa- land assumed the responsibili- ties of editor the second sem- ester. BOTTOM LEFT: One of the responsibilities of Expo- nent Editor, Carolyn Schallen- Ramp was to do page make-up and lay-out. CENTER: Janelle Tschetter copyread galley proofs which was one of her duties as Exponent news edi- tor. RIGHT: Keith Lekness, feature editor, paused for a moment, while he wrote one of his many features for the Exponent. 214 PUBLICATIONS . .- , , g 3 A. L At, P ny, : .i .' . v .r 'J- Sue Meyer returned as Pasque editor bringing with her a year's experience. Copy editor, Melanie Skibacud aided Sue in the production of her yearbook. Serving on both Pasque and Exponent staffs were Mike Levson, sports editor, Rich Holland, Ken Kusler, and Steve Baldwin, photographers and Tom Atkin- H vY-.- .Sk . - . ,..,, 4 X r. .vi it 'Baie ,Z ,1- L son, business manager. Carolyn Schallenkamp, Exponent editor, strove to add new dimensions to the newspaper with interviews and in- creased feature articles. Perry Halaand began his editorship second semester. Janelle Tschetter served as news editor, as did Keith Lekness, feature editor. I XPWNY TJ ,iii ., ,ph if-Ei if ' ug? new . I.- Y . 2- . , iv.-, V X .. i H x i in rf 1 1 l Q? an-f5s1 fuk ,' 4' .. ! f r if V l in ' 4' L., ff -' K 7.1-li i Q 'L " ' P- ,- 'LLL ' PUBLICATIONS 1 Vt? 5 TOP LEFT: Steve Baldwin, Pasgue and Exponent photographer, first semester. CENTER LEFT: Mike Levsen, sports editor, first semester. CENTER RIGHT: Pat Goehring helped prepare yearbook layouts for various deadlines. RIGHT: Melanie Skibacud, copy editor. FAR RIGHT CENTER: DuAnn Hagen,typist. BOTTOM LEFT: Sue Meyer, Pasgue editor. CENTER: Ken Kusler, and Rich Holland, Pasque and Exponent photo- graphers. RIGHT: Tom Atkinson, business manager. 216 PUBLICATIONS -W x Vg.. .,-,.,,,9 " fr' W' ,.-1-,m T12 XXXXA 1 f ,- '-'gk ,f X , ,,.-fg'-"r K5 .Q 1- -' X 'G . ' 5. 1 If 1. Y, -4:fQ5'?'iA 3351 1-11 1 'I -- ff , vu - I-. ,X PUBLICATIONS 21 TOP: Debating involved research, hard work, and quick thinking. BOTTOM LEFT: Debate Squad, FRONT ROW: Madeline lnstratescu, Jim McEhane, Twila Tschetter. BACK ROW: Judy Kroll, Allen Peterson, Rick Fulker, Lynette Charboneau, Dan Brose, Clark Walz. CENTER: Dan Brose presented his points during an oration. RIGHT: Allen Peterson delivered his rebuttle. 21 DEBATE Nationwide tourneys draw debatersg squad compiles impressive record Northern's debate team was composed of nearly twenty students that took part in almost twenty tournaments through- out the year. These tournaments were held mostly within South Dakota and surrounding states. The proposition for the debaters this year was: "Resolved: A greater control should be imposed upon the gathering and utilization of information about citizens by governmental agencies." With this topic, the debaters would meet two or three times a week and debate against one another. Original oration, extemporaneous speaking, and oral inter- pretations were also given as demon- strations at a number of the tournaments. The debate team held three high school debate tournaments throughout the year on Northern's campus, Kathy Stoller, instructor of speech, served as the debate coach for the group. DEBATE Modern Dance Club sponsors workshlp performances Modern Dance was organized under a newly adopt- ed constitution for the first time this year. The ten member club met once weekly on ffhursdays. An op- ening exercises period was held before the club would practice their routines and dances. Members of Modern Dance Club brought a Jazz Modern Dance Workshop to campus on January 8. Nearly fifty people, including a number of area high schools were in attendance. Gufov Varga, dancing in- structor at the Southwestern State College of Minne- sota conducted the one-day workshop. Seven club members and advisor, Mrs. Patricia Fors, traveled to SDSU in November and attended an Afro and Jazz Workshop also conducted by GUfOV Varga. Modern Dance Club held many performances throughout the year. The club presented a routine at the Senior Girls Banquet sponsored by the AAUW iAmerican Association of University Womenl Perfor- mances were put on in the Americana Nursing Home in Aberdeen and at a teachers' convention held on March 21 at the Holiday Inn. Club members also went to area high schools and gave lecture dGm0I1STI'HTl0nS- On April 5, the club was invited to Fargo to dance for a five state regional Physical Education Convention. as,-S! TOP: Thursday evening meetings of the Modern Dance Club provided time for routines to be learned. BOTTOM LEFT: Meetings opened with an exercise period. RIGHT: FRONT ROW: Jane Clausen, Delores Schneider, Sandy Clancey. MID- DLE: Colleen Hinker, Shirley Steenhoven, Sandy Ransom. BACK: Char Jackson, Carryl Bleibaum,Susan Bode, Mrs. Pat Fors, advisor. MODERN DANCE CLUB 1 5 h 'f 3 4 -r I Y-. Events provide variety for Northern students TOP: The Singing Engineers from South Dakota School of Mines and Technology sang at an assembly held in the Administration Auditorium. BOTTOM: Students brought their own pillows to pro- vide comfortable seating for the movies held in the Union Ball- room. FllGHT: The annual Circle K Marathon was held in the Da- kota Hall Gym during March 9, 10, 11. EVENTS 1 Performers compete for top awards at Balladeers' annual 'Things, lne.' THINGS, INC. March 11 and 12 were the dates chosen for "Things lnc." performed in the Spring semester of 1971 and spon- sored by Balladeers. Dorothy Ott re- ceived the Balladeers special award. Randy Denman won first prize, Patty Kiesz won second and Sherry Olafson captured third place. This year the girls from Balladeers danced at the Gypsy Day Coronation and at the Parents' Day program held October 30 in the Union Ballroom. Plans began early in the year for "Things Inc., 1972" which was held in April and was under the direction oft President, Claudia Hopp. --s-ea--.1-Q... 'X , as I X 5 S TOP LEFT: Circle K's contri- bution was a comedy skit entitled, "NasaI Nick and His Nasty Nose Pickers." CENTER: "The Long and Winding Road" and "Enter the Young" were contemporary songs pre- sented by Glenda Reub. RIGHT: Alpha Xi Delta mem- bers presented a humorous skit to the song "Climb Every Mountain" from the musical, "Sound of Music". BOTTOM LEFT: Members of Balladeers, who had spent weeks plan- ning this 1. ninth annual pro- duction, presented pre-pro- gram entertainment. CENTER LEFT: Sherry Olafson won third prize for her fire-baton finale. CENTER RIGHT: Bob Tillman, sponsored by Jerde Hall, presented a piano solo. RIGHT: Accompanied by trumpet, piano, and drum, Margaret Hess presented two love ballads. THINGS, INC. .4351 ,,., , 5 11 2 - "' m"': -3 -Qu XV' .st 224 MISS NSC ,, z 11, M xi ,,'r X cf' 5- NX ft, . A -.131 'J' , 5 Wqamffgi egg , ., xx JY, X .xwsligw S f -in-1 I :K a T ez l is U g fs i sf f l l I 4 l A if A A L s ,,": Q11 Ja ,K 01, af s. Sheryl Nelson wins NSC pageant crown A Vermillion sophomore and French major, Sheryl Nelson received the title of Miss NSC from Kathy Gross the 1970 Miss NSC on April 15. Sheryl played a piano solo, "Autumn Leaves". She won a S100 scholarship from AWS. Miss Nelson was sponsored by Young Re- publicans. She was selected from eight finalists. Wanda Senska received first runner-up and was also selected as Miss Congeniality. Sheryl Nelson also participated in the State Pageant and was one of the ten semi-finalists. She also received first runner-up in the Miss World Pageant held in Sioux Falls. The Miss NSC Pageant was held in Dacotah Hall and featured music and accompaniment by the NSC Stage Band directed by Phil Weinacht. TOP LEFT: Sheryl Nelson captured the title of Miss NSC with her piano solo, "Autumn Leaves". CENTER: Patty Kiesz, accompanied by guitar, presented a vocal solo, "Put Your Hand in the Hand". RIGHT: Wanda Senska presented a vocal selection and was named Miss Congeniality at the Miss NSC Pageant. BOTTOM LEFT: Rob Glover and Jeff Kolbo provided intermission entertainment. CENTER: Kathy Elwein added variety with her soft shoe talent routine. RIGHT: Newly crowned Miss NSC, Sheryl Nelson, began her reign and received the most talented semi-finalist award at the state pageant. MISS NSC 225 5. 'S Qs, 5 fad , gee I gm x qi' 'A ' 5? ' f 2 -311 , ..: , .H ,Ek .W , 4 -,Qt55m. I. I 1 '?32iEA','js lx ? wi M 1 , Eg. 'QV .1 V, ' , . ' 4 ' Air , - h i inf ' 1,-4' ' . ,Q - .Yi -A -V 3 H V 72 I I--- f. , .- 1 " Y- A f' f" -1 :H Tv: ?.,. 13.1 - 'fini' gr, , r,-,,. . Sv. .-rqmf . A V , Q, -ff .al ' ' p -Egg -7' -1. HT- F i W.,-JL. V. Players recreate English atmosphere of "M Fair Lady" Under the direction of Richard Norquist, My Fair Lady was staged. Dr. John Berggren and Douglas Lyren were the musical directors. Don Harris was the technical director. Choreography was by Johnny Cavalle. The main characters were Eliza Doolittle, played by Kathy Gross: Henry Higgins, played by Tim Molseedp Colonel Pickering, played'by Ron Gates: and Alfred Doolittle was portrayed by Dennis Seim. The play was held May 5, 6, 7, 8. Tickets were sold out all four nights. TOP LEFT: "Wouldn't It Be LoveIy" says Eliza as she recalled days as a flower pedler. CENTER: Henry Higgins lTim Molseedl discovered the Cockney flower girl, Eliza Doolittle, lKathy Grossl and began his work ,at improving her English. RIGHT: Eliza told Henry she wanted no more of his educational tricks. BOTTOM LEFT: Eliza aided by Higgin's maids, prepared for bed after her debut at the ball. CENTER: Make-up pro- vided the effects needed to recreate the Cockney Streetesingers. RIGHT: Professor Pickering.lRon Gatesl aided in Higgin'swmpaign to mold Eliza into a "fair lady." 'MY FAI R LADY' 7 Freshman Crientation week facilitates adjustment to total NSC environment FRESHMEN ORIENTATION September 5 started Orientation Week with the President's Tea in the after- noon and dorm meetings in the evening. During the week that followed, special meetings were held for freshmen. AWS held a fall style show and barbecue. Edmunds and Curly, and Michael Johnson provided den enter- tainment sponsored by S.A.C. Church organizations sponsored get-together picnics. Freshmen had free access to the game room if they wore their beanies. The Young Raiders played at a dance Saturday nightiafter the football game. Paula Daughters and Roger Day were crowned Beanie Queen and King, chosen by the freshmen. The Beanie Burn, spon- sored by the Vet's Club, officially ended the initiation period for the freshmen students. lf'lL TOP LEFT: Freshmen moved in, unpacked, and became a part of NSC campus life. CENTER: Paula Daughters and Roger Day, 1971 Beanie Queen and King, lit the bonfire which officially freed all NSC Freshmen of their beanies. RIGHT: Campus organizations offered their services during freshmen registra tion.BOTTONl CENTER: Freshmen, attired in their maroon and gold beanies, took adsmntage of the den's game room. RIGHT: Upperclassmen guided freshmen through the panic of registration. FRESHMEN ORIENTATION 2 Gypsy Day brings variety of activities during celebration "Gypsy Magic" cast its spell upon every- one during Gypsy Days. The weekend was kicked-off with a concert featuring B.J. Thomas Thursday evening at the Civic Arena. The traditional Donkey Baseball Game was held Friday afternoon, students against faculty. The students won the game. That evening the crowning of Cheryl Weber and Gary Evjen highlighted the evening at the Coronation. Later, the new Queen and Marshal were honored at a Costume Ball featuring the "Rhumbles". Saturday morning began with a parade, complete with floats and marching bands. The Queen's Luncheon was held in the Rushmore Room. after the parade. In the afternoon, Ken Sizemore, provided Den Entertainment while bands were competing at Simmons, Field. An Alumni Banquet was held at the Holiday Inn that evening. Before the game against Mankato State was played, a band exhibition was presented. LEFT: Gypsy Day Royalty, BACK ROW: Ken Schallenkamp, Char Jackson, Marshal Gary Evjen, and Peggy Green. CENTER: Lyle Schmidt, Jane Murphy, Linda Kasperson and Butch Bachman. FRONT: Gary Kost and Queen Cheryl Weber. TOP CENTER: McArthur Welsh's dorm decoration won first prize in the dorm decoration competition. RIGHT: Hard working juniors' efforts proved suc- cessful as their float captured first place. BOTTOM CENTER: B.J. Thomas was featured at the Big Name Concert Thursday night. RIGHT: Dean Clarke maked his long awaited and unsurprising an- mouncement-"CIasses will not resume until Tues day." This year NSC students enjoyed a three day Gypsy Weekend. 230 GYPSY DAYS , 1 -.HP -.13 . - . ' 15' ' "v .. .Z It . ,IQ v gs- , -1 '-+' " i 'E 1 'fzh f ,, -"" rg ::'1f1M'r'q? if - -'r L I , ' gs 1 " r T ,-,' ut I A b fr-Y 'sry f . ' 6 . :zulu ,M :..-Qf'f'f' -KVAX , Ll" ' .' 1 1-.' x L I' 'STK ' W " M 2--Z 'wad ' -Dv' - fi! -' W f nf: 5 A NK 'U 5 "' -' ri.. f..7 " '-- .., -V 'HK : 'W uf3'1.f Q? ave- ' - .-f ku Ta J ' i .di fix - GYPSY DAYS 2 1 TOP LEFT: Newly crowned Gypsy Queen and Marshal, Cheryl Weber and Gary Evjen, reigned with the spirit of "Gypsy Magic". CENTER: Jack Hayes rested his head on the Royal Chin Rest after being chosen , King of the Gyps. RIGHT: A Torch Light Pep Fest aroused NSC students into the Gypsy Day Spirit. BOT- TOM LEFT: Cheryl re- acted after being named Gypsy Queen. CENTER LEFT: Diane Tjaden, 1970 Gypsy Queen, crowned her new succes- sor. CENTER RIGHT: Candidates PGQQV Green and Lyle Schmidt joined in song during coronation ceremonies. RIGHT: The Northern Singers provided music and dance for the coronation program. Evjen, Weber reign over gathering of Gypsies 232 GYPSY DAYS U ,. I ,9- JFS .17-qi We .f X! K, 'N , GYPSY DAYS 2 Committee plans festivities to culminate week ,ll GYPSY DAYS GYPSY DAYS TOP LEFT: Ken Sizemore, a folk singer, was featured as Den Entertainment Saturday after- noon. CENTER: The Sophomore class float was awarded "the most beautiful" prize during Saturday's Gypsy Day Parade. BOTTOM LEFT: Waldo pre- dicted an NSC Victory and cap- tured first prize for the Junior class. CENTER: Despite the rainy weather, Friday found the faculty and students and donkeys matched against each other at the Donkey Ball Game. RIGHT: Gypsy Day Committee: Leon Narem, chairman: Lucy Weitala, business manager: Lynn Murphy, assistant business manager: Daryl Bittner, assist- ant chairman. 235 LEFT: Grace began her reign over the NSC Sno Sho activities. TOP: Pat Stulken captured first place in the talent competition with her guitar and voice solo. CENTER: Talent division winner, Joe Nelson, performed numbers by Jose' Feliciano and Gordon Lightfoot. RIGHT: Grace Boe, NSC's newly crowned Sno Queen, was selected from twenty-eight girls and went on to represent Northern at the state contest. 6 SNO SHO Music fraternities present Sno-Sho Boe represents NSC in state contest The combined efforts of Sigma Alpha Iota, Synphonia and the Sociology Club brought one solid evening of entertain- ment to the campus. The evening began with the Sno-Sho pageant and talent competition. Grace Boe was crowned the NSC Sno-Queen. Joe Nelson won first place in the talent contest with his guitar and singing act. Pat Stolken won second place and Mike Hess captured third. Both did guitar numbers. Following the Sno-Sho was Casino Night and a dance provided by the Synphonia Band. The Sociology Club ran Casino Night in which several "gambling" booths were set up in the Fireside Lounge in the Union. . . , I l g . . I ' if - Q ., E ".7s'V':'R.I". l :, '22 .' f . SJ? 11 X -A N if . .e ,. , . ,' .- . . " , li f in I V s , 1 'V gk : W. ll 44 ' - ,X ,. 5 , vi T lx: . .qv Y 'Ta b-.w v- -- 'F-sql ...,.i - ' f' 'EDI SNO SHO 2 Organizations combine talents for students entertainment TOP LEFT: NSC Sno Queen, Grace Boe, and Steve Graf participated in various games of chance during Casino Night. RIGHT: Members of the faculty helped staff many of the game tables. BOTTOM LEFT: Watching the proceed- ings at Casino Night was newly elected Sno Queen, Grace Boe, CENTER: The "Sounds of Sin- fonia" provided the music for the Casino Night dance held after the Sno-Sho. RIGHT: A wriety of games provided all attending Casino Night with a variety of entertainment. SNO SHO . ,VI ML f ismiffks -ag - p .. if" J' 'n , . 'S w I -sl 4 . xr ,F ! X . sNo sHo 23 TOP: Students bought prizes donated by Aberdeen mer- chants with ooupons won at various booths. TOP LEFT: A cake walk was one of the activities offered by the carni- val. BOTTOM LEFT: The games provided entertainment for all ages. CENTER: For golf fans, a miniature putting green challenged their skills. RIGHT: A carnival jail was established and frequently used. 2 0 PHI BETA LAMBDA CARNIVAL Phi Beta Lambda sponsors carnival A uses receipts for local charity work The Business students of Phi Beta Lambda on campus sponsored a carnival in December in Dacotah Hall gym. Many types of games were provided and run by these students. Coupons were won at the different games, and with these coupons prizes could be obtained. The prizes were donated by Aberdeen merchants. The proceeds from the carnival were used to help sponsor some of the activi- ties of Phi Beta Lambda such as charity work in local nursing homes and testing of high school business students. VH n. 50, XI. k PHI BETA LAMBDA CARNIVAL 241 Committee provides musical programs The Cultural Affairs Committee pre- sented concerts during the year. The first was held on November 29. Alfonso Nlontecino, a Chilian pianist, held a con- cert in the Administration Auditorium. He presented compositions by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Albeniz, and Gines- tera. The following morning, Nlontecino held a piano masters class in the music studio for interested piano students and teachers. Another concert was held on lVlarch 15. A former NSC graduate, Kristi Hard- er, and her husband, Glen Harder sang a number of duets and solos. Both have been studying in Germany at Nordwest- deutsche Musik Akadame in Detmold. Also, both have appeared on German TV and radio. They have done solos for pro- grams for the Canadian National Tele- vision Network as well as for CBS radio- They returned to Germany in April where they will continue their study and pro- fessional work throughout 1973. RIGHT: Karen Armstrong, sponsored by the Cultural Affairs Committee, presented asoprano solo. LEFT: Alfonso Nlontecino, a Chilian pianist presented a concert for NSC students held on campus in the administration auditorium. CULTU RAL AF FAI RS ,IE gig: ' N CULTURAL AFFAIRS 243 44 "lNHERlT THE WIND "Inherit the Wind" kicks off year for orthern Drama Department The NSC Drama students presented the Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee play "Inherit the Wind" as their first production of the year. The play dealt with the conflicts and eventual collision of Bryant and Darrow at Dayton, Tennessee. The play was set not in 1925 but "not too long ago". The play was directed by Richard Norquist. He was assisted by Twila Tschetter. Don Harris was technical director and stage manager. Forty-one drama students participated in the production. 15-40" TOP LEFT: Mathew Harrison Brady Ueremiah Woolmanl collapsed from the heat while making a speech before the court. RIGHT: Henry Drum- mond lMichael Lusseml ridiculed the fundament- alism of Mathew to the jury. BOTTOM LEFT: Brady and Drummond heatedly debated issues concerning the Bible. CENTER: Rev. Brown lSteve Behrensl led the townspeople during a rather lively revival meet- ing. RIGHT: Brady pre- sented a welcoming address to the towns- people as he entered the town. "INHERIT THE WIND" 4 nj! V , I TOP LEFT: "The Renaissance" enter- tained NSC students with folk, Beatles, and rock and roll tunes. RIGHT: Phil NlcHugh performed during a mini-con- cert in the Wolves' Den. BOTTOIVI LEFT: Ken Sizemore provided Den enter- tainment during Gypsy Day activities. CENTER: The Union Ballroom resound- ed with the brassy hard rock of "Chase". RIGHT: The "Mob", performing in Dacotah Hall, attracted students with their hard rock and entertaining stvle. 2 MINI-CONCERTS i it '- ,..e-4' -ZEu,'5iE!H- Mini-Concerts provide talent for audiences SAC brought a variety of musical talent ranging from folk to hard rock and everything in between to Northern's campus. These were held at different times of the year in the Den, Union Ballroom, and Dacotah Hall Gym. "Renaissance" was brought to campus in the spring of 1971. The music they produced reached all students because of the groups musical skills. "Chase" also played last spring with their heavy rock. Ken Sizemore played in the Den during the Gypsy Day activities. Another of the mini-concerts presented Phil McHugh with his quiet type of folk music. With the cooperation of the Big Name Committee, SAC helped bring the "Mob" to Aberdeen in the last part of 1971. The concert was held in Dacotah Hall and drew a large number of students. -M" .N ' W1-,iw - ' it-,,,g::1, y ' pf- , -In 1- , Y ' er .4 i l I . l ii l lx, t ., ,I 1 , ,l I Q I : . E, M: l . . . , , i 'i 1 MINI-CONCERTS 4 Q 5? 5 ,. ,Q was K, -S? 1 1 r i , r . mf J Q , 17 -' , 'N' xl?-'ff35 1 1 -. ' 51 I V A In 5' it l 5 -V ' '- I . .L -. A. .554 ,M W ,11 1 ,ff an Y ., I 'fh' ' 1 X, 'S ,' 'E '. N I 'Xa J J -'ln --'1.'-1-q 6 1 J 4 Q Nm.: -r- ull- ' 4. - ' A ' . ' ff-F I Lg-f Y' 9 7 1, .f . V.- -J DTQZR. M , r Lila 1,n" :Q-f--fu H ' X 111 1. ,,' -:? :iq , W: N A 3:3 'Q Wir--J. ,-r, 'Q' Wgf ,J 51- F. .F -rv-5-Lx -S-. 'Hai-f-'r:'1 , ' A . 4 I ' rs Q, - K: '11, ,IE 'L-J" saikizg , A1 l 1 , X--' "9 A" L.. , f J 1 e A 4..- 1 5 X D . .. LEFT: Presenting jazz and blues, Ray Charles performed a concert for NSC stu- dents sponsored by Big Name. TOP CEN- TER: Heavy acid rock was presented by the 'James Gang". BOTTOM CENTER: The Mob entertained with their showy techniques. RIGHT: B.J. Thomas high- lighted the Gypsy Day activities. BIG NAME 2 250 SAI OPERETTA Sigma Alpha Iota schedules operetta for Aberdeen, area performances The two-act operetta, "Pirates of Penzanze," was performed by the mem- bers of Sigma Alpha Iota. Lynnette Johnson, Diane Gustafson, Kathy Her- man, Patty Kiesz, Glenda Flueb, and Marsha Herther portrayed main char- acters. Susan Bosma and Kay Davidson were accompanists for the operetta. The group made two out-of-town performances in Redfield and Leola. Costumes used for the lead women parts were made and altered by Kathy Her- man, head seamstress. Other members helped build and design sets. Stage props were furnished by the fraternity. TOP LEFT: The Maior General lMarsha Hertherl was wmforted by his daughters, CENTER LEFT: Policemen and the Pirates were hiding from the Major General. CEN- TER RIGHT: Chief of Police Kathy Herman lead the police to a victory over the Pirates. RIGHT: The haughty Major Gen- eral made his appearance known. BOTTOM LEFT: The struggle between good and evil appeared to be going for the side of evil. The Police finally charged the pirates to save the day. RIGHT: Leader of the Pirates lPatty Kieszl instructed the pir- ate lJudy Olsenl to enter the scene quietly. SAI OPERETTA Gypsy clan honors Sioux Falls senior Gypsy Marshal, Gary Evjen a Sioux Falls senior, was sponsored by Briscoe Hall. He was an active member of Campus Crusade, basketball, and intramural sports. Gary was President of the N-Club this year. Gary Evjen, Gypsy Marshal. ROYALTY 'S-gs L 1-. ii. i w V' L.,l... W K x . . f--L- .li-L-'H --7-t Miss NSC, Beanie King, Queen begin reigns Sheryl Nelson, a sophomore from Vermillion and sponsored by Young Republicans, captured the 1971 Miss NSC title on April 15. Her talent was a piano solo of "Autumn Leaves." Sheryl then entered the State Pageant in Hot Springs and the Miss World Pageant in Sioux Falls. ln the State Pageant, she was one of the ten semi- finalists. She also received a finalist talent award. At the Miss World Pageant, Sheryl was first runner-up in the contest. Sheryl has a French major and a music minor and is an active member of Music Education National Conference. Sheryl is also the Vice-President of Esperanto and the Secretary of Young Republicans. During freshmen orientation, the freshmen chose two students from their class to represent them during Gypsy Days. The new Beanie Queen was Paula Daughters, Winner. The Beanie King chosen was Roger Day, Highmore. The Beanie Coronation was sponsored by the Vets Club. LEFT: Sheryl Nelson, Miss NSC. TOP RIGHT: Paula Daughters, Beanie Queen. BOTTOM RIGHT: Roger Day, Beanie King. ROYALTY 2 256 ROYALTY ag- :xr I - f ,ff .' Q"- .ifsli , ' 1 1 . wi I f e, - N ' . , YZ' ,. J, Urs- .5 'W -rf' 4 A A I 1 ' tit! , . - 'f Q , 1 .w,,+.f ' 4 'e Yi, 51' , A ,f. ,fa -gy r ,gli N 5 If A 'Jil' L.4--- ,L.i ALT. A' Q ff .EW ' -9.-'Y k' il ..'-. Vx- ,.-.K-f Stiff. frm .M- l J Hopp, Boe receive NSC royalty titles Grace Boe, a sophomore from Milbank, received the title of Sno-Sho Queen on December 9, 1971. The entire day was de- voted to the pageant. A Queen's Luncheon was held in the Rushmore Room, where all the twenty-eight candidates met for dinner. That same evening the pageant and talent contests were held. Grace is a special education and elemen- tary education major. Claudia Hopp,a Sioux Fallsjunior, reigned as the 1971-72 Circle-K Sweetheart. After receiving a letter informing her that she had been chosen as one of the candidates, she was intenziewed by a member of Circle- K. Claudia was notified that she was the winner and was given a formal banquet where Linda Kasperson,the 1970-71 Circle-K Sweet- heart, introduced her to the club. Claudia is an elementary education and special education major in the field of the visually handicapped. LEFT: Grace Boe, Sno Queen. RIGHT: Claudia Hopp, Circle-K Sweetheart. ROYALTY Exponent, AWS announce honorees Chosen at the AWS annual Sweetheart Ball as AWS Sweetheart held on February 19 was a Leola music student, Glenda Rae Rueb. Glenda was involved with many cam- pus activities. She was a resident assist- ant at Briscoe Hall which was also her sponsor. Glenda was elected vice-presi- dent of MENC and wasa member in both SAI and the Northern Singers. She was NNFTF-S L fl' Q Q-4-vi-S5445 z,.,.-f sig, 1 4 ig, - ' .. A,...- 1u"" 5 r - pm- fe 1 Q I , V, U. 1. f.. ,L 7 ' ., - Z 11: 4 -+ , 'r if, wi . ' " id ii- .5 ,. , s .P , V 4 K . A .ff ' - -1-Q' , lkllui- A S W fr ,E rc 'Ps . .iw ,1-,mi i lb , S .Yef5v,.'f ' E ' wh Ib-ki Anuasfig' 5 . . 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Ai-fx X' -. ,gm ,, .sy if M 5 if-15", :vp Xie-Y' , :p.4'zQ1-x"w ' z" -' 5f'i"Q" xr -M ' 1 J N lx xx 'iq X 'K K x ..,'. if GT' ROYALTY 25 Wrestling cheerleaders encourage team effort, excellence Due to vacancies in the wrest- ling cheerleading squad, tryouts were held prior to the start of the wrestling season. Two fresh- man, Delores Schneider and Patty Johnson, filled the spots. Together with the two sopho- mores, Diane Kapphahn and Marcia Gibbs, and senior Patty Rovang, the squad cheered the wrestlers on to victory. The cheerleaders were not able to attend any out-of-town games due to lack of funds. The home matches were held in Dacotah Hall with an increasing amount of interest in the sport being shown by the increasing size of the crowds attending. Wrestling cheerleaders spirited NSC's matmen. BOTTOIVI: Diane Kap- phahn, Patty Johnson. STANDING: Marcia Gibbs, Delores Schneider. f, 260 CHEERLEADERS 'fs -sf '-L gi 'W I 8 'da sa-.fa-5-Q. ' ,sn A-t...--H-1.-F A7621 "' J.. .-,--.:...- na -137 5.9 - ,E x L' -1 un- - 1 2 .mv no A . ve. ,ll-a, 'T-if Ns '-1 4 P ' -.-I ' N-.-in ' Vu'-WYQ "1.A' F' v l I BL I- 4 327' I l 5 T ur'-1,4 E1 -1-f " ci ,, ' rftf E e ' i ---., I l --'1 Q! l it TWT W I, ,-1. 4' 1 'Y 1 pa ", A ., . -ty f- ' ' ,, H ' :J-H 'W ' " ' 'i.Uvv. 52711 ,..n-.V -t V 1" ' Coeds lead fans in team support The NSC cheerleaders led fans through the football, basketball, wrestling, and track seasons. This year Northern's cheerleaders tried a new approach with their cheers. Popular tunes and cartoon figures were their main source. They supported their team through the season. TOPTO BOTTOM: Kathy Hare, Marsha Gibbs, Karen Rasmussen, Betty Hanson, Cleo Wood- fork, Char Jackson, Patti Flovang, Cheryl Raether, Joyce Anderson, Marcia McGinnis. CHEERLEADERS 1575?-'gfiffv"f""vnK .-wav.-sss v f ' ' rf: N X 915:-1-.Tiki '?"7", 4 1, 3-:xg H: ,--za, ''1i"'2f3511fg3?Ff'9m?Qgw -W ' 1 5 , -'Fif i w ifi! 'Q-Q15-'?5f7g3E':f'3f1"'C3L':?f-'Pi'4 - . 7 A, '2313' ' 4- v:'1" '7"'-S5'.1.1f3FlG.'1 'J .. tri' """"' ' 055' f'Q'a'5"1 5A:"f'.7'l--7 TY ' il '71 ' - 'V T G J-'iw'-4-' '9' ..:fT71"'-'ff' .ff 2'-i7f2'f, 1 'e.-vfwf. .Jw-r 2-4f'f.+.1:! :f, - V- 4- -.wff - - , 1- ffwirg-r" 1 mi . Nu qw. .5 ?ew.fw ' N., X M f I Xiu ,4 1v,iE':2.:' - . r-.,f.Q"3'f::,"",-12:1--f ' - f, - N , -i-E' lj .22-3 ' ' ' -3.-"iii I" " , '. ,. -. -' 4. Q' , 'if T, "wi, f, ' ' 2 -N. , H1311 , u. , .J - f . 6 W X Y f H" N H H W 25 M ww :is H , f - gf H 1 X W , , Lyn-wi! I , . rf 3 .1 ' ' if"- , .A 1, t Z i b V ' Q. , A '11-lp OYQA -. 1 va, A , I I-+A,-, 'ple 1 1 , 5. v f , x w 1 , M. J w A L v nn 'f,.,L--3 -ff .QPU 3 4 'riw +4 efglvy 'wg 262 INTRAMURAL SPORTS af' Intramural sports continue to attract many participants This years intramural program was met with an increasing number of interested students, parti- cipating in a wide variety of sports. The all-around rise in women members con- tinued to climb. ' Several tournaments were held in the Spafford and Dacotah Hall Gymn and in the Union game- room. The intramural activities ranged in diversity from foos ball and ping pong to swimming and track. The events were coordinated by the physical education faculty with the help of student aids. LEFT: Many close and highly spirited games marked the men's intramural volleyball schedule.CENTER TOP: The men's intramural wrestling program was very successful this year with a large number of participants. The main highlight of the year was the season-closing tournament. CENTER BOTTOM:The Den was the scene of numerous individual pool matches and the sight of a tournament sponsored by the Union board. RIGHT: The women's intramural basketball teams played their games at Daco- tah Hall Gymn.There was vast improvement,especially in shooting percentages, as the season progressed. INTRAMURAL SPORTS Strong competition typifies seasons tennis team finishes in first place W . ff lf! I ff i s t n ,, 'figf Wg ff I ., rl? mi- , .., M4 .. mt 'wif X A 41.0 i . 1 1-, I ..--.ap-:A . ' .V -'-'-rw-. . V 5116750 if " 1.1. T I. . 'i ' ' if M,,,wfai 264 TENNIS - - ...Wu-W Northern's tennis squad finished the 1971 season on two bright notes with the South Dakota Intercollegiate Con- ference title, and a second place finish in the District 12 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics meet. NSC OPP. Coach Robert Sorge's team compiled an 8-4 season record, posting two 9-0 shutouts along the way. Three of the four losses were by a single point as the Wolves met strong competition through- out the season. south Dakota Tech 4 .5 l Black Hills State 9 0. Morris 15 Dickinson State 5 1 -' .snag-..-'.:+.rwre.,az.w.wg-.1zest.-.at-age. SDSU 1 A8 .EGQEIKKWTEKXKXHkXlZl614El.ii'i5 UNDP 5 4 l X . 1 , it , . ,g, g rg . tl . Q Valley city 4 3 't""'r ' '.i" TTI- Dickinson State 4 . .2 Sioux Fans -College 7 1 l 4 Q., 5 uso. 6 '31 l . , ' Y Jamestown College 4 -5 .,, 5 ' 1 ' M., , 5 " Tl! nf 1 LEFT: Roger Pierce put the ball in play with a strong service. TOP CENTER: Balance and strength were keys to a strong service. RIGHT: Tim Davies warmed up his back- hand for an important match. BOTTOM CENTER: John IVlcNeil watched the ball intently after his service. RIGHT: Varsity Tennis Team: FRONT: J. Barthel, J. lVlcNeill, T. Davies, L. Bonebright. BACK: B. Larson, R. Pierce, P. Thompson, R. Camp, J. Lockridge. TENNIS Golfers capture district honors Victories in the South Dakota Intercol- legiate Conference and District 12 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics meets capped a successful season for Northern's golf squad. After winning the District 12 NAIA meet, the Wolves under Coach Bob Wachs advanced to the National meet and placed 19th among 33 teams. Steve Pelzl was 49th individually among 173 entries. Others making up the squad were Don Walter, Dave Parker, Bob Wisdahl and Don Siers. TOP LEFT: Keeping the eyes on the ball was es- sential for consistent golfing success. RIGHT: Bal- ance and coordination combined with concentra- tion were maior requirements of a good golfer. BOTTOM LEFT: GOLF TEAM: Don Siers, Robert Wisdahl, Dave Parker, Don Walker, and Steve Pelzl. RIGHT: Don Siers hit a shot from the fairway. GOLF ,I 1 ,. ""'.,.. I' . gy!!-. ' MII' ,aw ,D ,I , - . E v la . ' 'll u. . to I . , K is -J, A v. , '- 1' 'L su lm .'?q.'?f:L. - 4. ,V 395141125 N' i g f M , 'f' :-:, i f a ,N'ns.ul1rnvfwn,6na1 ', A , ' ,f Z V :Th , L - . - t r-: w ,v 1 -f Mabufeheadilnvirgnanal 1 hs Ls1Hw,.W H' ' ' H.. "'a,,iQ..f:H 1 N... if 'Qi QT.. 553' 1' ' Y V5 ', "I,9l!-5 'L Qi ' fl ' Bison 'I nvitaninnal ,-5 :ul ' f' m' uw QE E: pi sa? li sms: Diistrict 12'Ni51I'2X Nii6ndI Nvwgy , . r L-A M- N w M uw H , m : :ws S 1 vu Z 'gm if G H, - ' . ii Y uk, qu Eourgg. Eglgmwi Seventh f Seventh ,, N. ?'Wuux , Firsjj , M. W ' 'M gm 1 Y -11 -Fi 1.55 rg? :wa Ef i5 Y"'2s-1 1 F A -. .E , ,,. ,, ,.-Q-'H , , . Y "- .41 .' anis-.wi--H v 1 A .X .,.u,. . 1 ir, R h . E- ' , 4 V? " , . f x L Q, b C Aff!"-.5 QW 1 gf, V311 lf' .,"ff"n. 2.53, ,, "1 Z ' 'xg '-'s'..w1.A "H . : .7 11 qw Q-. , :gn ,A1 ' - if 5 la V .4 My-.. .- - L 1- . , , urw ws 5, - 'E n , xc.. , . , . ,..:-ug.-' j ... I, Y 7:1 'f if 4' 'uf-sr TOP LEFT: A Northern hurdler warmed up before his race, CENTER: Stretching for every inch this high jumper barely cleared the bar. BOTTOM LEFT, Track Team: FRONT ROW: E. Elkins, D. Grafton, T. Carda, J. Senger, S. Eilis, L. Kambestad, D. Lingor. MID- DLE ROW: G. Shower, S. Johnston, J. Johnson, S. Schulte, M. Pieper, T. Atkin- son, R. Nankivel, D. Marsh. BACK ROW: E. Schoppe, R. Kazz, R. Schmidt, J. Tshetter, E. Nook,J. Coome, M, Brieden- ' bach, J. Hurley. RIGHT: Mike Breidenbach strained for all the strength he had in the shot put event. 268 TRACK Track team claims first in district, drops to second In conference action V Q ww., , ' ' . ,f ,. PC' ,..f,-,rw-.VMEW . .,4f:,Wr"i:v.'9 ,,....: .rt if Y'ItmW'f1 Plzmm 'W ,f..- . ,..,.,, 'f' .. - hx, , finals? I A-, wi' , ,..f . x...N 'll U 1 'wt Loren Kambestad and Steve Schulte led Northern to first place in the District 12 National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics meet in 1971. Schulte set records in winning the 220 and 440, and was also a member of the winning mile relay team. Kambestad won the six mile in record time. Kambestad won both the three and 7 if "44'q,v 4 ' v V 2944 O15-fi? six mile runs in the South Dakota Intercollegiate Conference, but the Wolves placed second behind Southern State. Coach Al Sahli's well balanced squad won both the indoor and outdoor meets at Huron College, and also claimed first place in the NSC Invitational meet with strong performances in nearly all events. f 5 1 Individuals aid in total team performance if ,Xu xi 2 fl i.. ' V X721 ll! I1 is 5 f Q . Q , x K 1 Q 'X r ..:Wi , iw! x X -X E ft , 1 , lx i i 2 Xlg ' H X gl H, l v s I ' A: ,Q .Nw kg HQ- , , ' x 4 I - x X 279 TRACK l 'af-3 1 'T sl' 'g Vw, 5 , wt. li -MQ A' s " "" "H I I i N ' Eyazw Huron indoor NSC Invutationaf i fCorn Palace Relays all-lu fan alnvitationaj ENAIA District F2 s'5D'C 1 65 ef" le 4' ,' Q-- 4 1 . . U M ." .am I .I-A -411 .Is-if' NSC BAN K ,Y :E n- of 8 fTe..:i Q, -5 uuIlg,,,1gJ..g.f d 1 . !g,J A- .Q L '51 5. .-4-L 'xii' T' HZ' Gu: Qing- 'fx .. -J?-.4 '31 .l ' ,P ahh i-a qv , .ij , .I ",5,'?'f PM "" W x we 14.145-1 ajufifrtf 'wtf' I 'tgg,,:2,- -Ya! "' 's, . I .. is , 13, 1 a 2 - -IE 12211 --fi., W., :ee I yi L I '.- .,,,',1-',--fv I 'i " - A e it.. 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RIGHT: Javelin thrower Mike Brieden- back practiced hard at his event. TRACK Baseball squad holds SDIC championship individuals rate conference, district honors TOP LEFT: A warm Spring day took its effect on Bill Luther. CENTER: The shortstops throw went astray as this NSC player reached first safely. RIGHT: Lefthander Skip Kurth relied on his curve ball to gain success on the mound. BOTTOM LEFT: A smooth level swing kept Bill Walz's average high all year. RIGHT: Baseball team, FRONT: G. Derzab, C. Fredrickson, G. Saunders, W. Mal- som, D. Bauer, G.,Fliech. J. Calhoun. BACK: J. Meyers, S. Kurth, S. Weflen, P. Nlurphy, D. Smith, B. Luther, B. Walz, G. Grove, D. Graf, B. Stevens, J. Amacher, S. Graf, S. Sletting, R. Wachs. BASEBALL ' v Ll.. . l '... -. 'J "-at ,cv ' .P 1 -In - go.. vii.-sn 'J ' -Wg r. .Lui ww. V .4-'L ' 1- e Q4 fl? --an Another South Dakota Intercollegiate Conference title capped a successful season for Northern's baseball squad. 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Kambestad's injury shatters title hopes After a promising start, an injury to star run- ner Loren Kambestad kept Northern out of serious contention in the important late season meets. Kambestad, Tim Carda, Randy Borondeau, Nlalon Burtz, and Tom Atkinson played the key roles in early season successes, with Kambestad winning first place at the Roe Granger meet in Aberdeen, the Dakota Wesleyan Invitational and the Yankton College Invitational. Kambestad suffered a foot injury but still competed in the SDIC and NAIA meets, although he could not run at his best pace. TOP LEFT: Randy Barondeau nosed out this USD- Springfield runner in the Roe Granger meet. CENTER: Northern coach AI Sahli helped his runners prepare before the race. RIGHT: The field spread out quickly after the start of Aberdeen's Roe Granger meet. BOTTOM CENTER, Cross Country Team, FRONT: M. Burtz, R. Schaefer, K. Kusler. BACK: L. Kambestad, T. Atkinson, R. Barondeau, T. Carda. RIGHT: Fighting off fatigue, Tim Carda neared the finish of his race. CROSSCOUNTRY 25 L n.. I L Ji-L FOOTBALL -W- T f ' 5 ff ' F 4 -in ' fl. . 11-Dyk'-'. 'f ,Hia - . in V .,.,'.-Y.J- ' - .24 " ,.-,LSE-1 -' . Undefeated season leads to playoff. Arkansas Tech hand Wolves defeat Northern's football squad once again won the South Dakota Intercollegiate Conference title under the guidance of Head Coach Jim Kretchman. The Wolves wound up undefeated with a 5-O confer- ence record. Northern posted an 8-1-1 overall record as the Wolves had one of its toughest schedules ever. In the Gypsy Day game against power- ful Mankato, the Wolves won 16-14 on the final play of the game. Dave Pastian plunged over from one yard out as the crock ran out to give Northern its narrow margin. The game was witnessed by the largest crowd in Aberdeen history. The Wolves' fine overall record earn- ed them a place in the NAIA playoffs for the second time in four years. Dave Pastian and Larry Sutton both closed out brilliant careers at NSC with professional football contract offers. Coaches assisting Kretchman were Fran Hummel, Vince Johnson, Francis Zacher, Carl Iverson, Clarke Swisher and AI Sahli. I TOP LEFT: All-conference reciever Larry Sutton picked up a sizeable gain. RIGHT: A Kearney State player was stopped at the line of scrimmage. BOTTOM LEFT: Foot- ball team,FRONT ROW: J. Hoover, R. Andrzejewski, M. Shannon, S. Hanson, M. Wengler, D. Pastian, P. Murphy, R. Nelson, S. Graf, G. Saunders. SECOND ROW: R. Dem- ers,B.Tucker, R. Larson, C. Hupke, L. Sutton, L. Breske, R. Artis, S. Ewer, J. Brewer, R. Larson. THIRD ROW: D. Ott, H. Wiedrich, E. Wilkinson, D. Dietterly, J. Hurly, B.Wilkinson, B. Worwick, L. Akker- man,T. Brooks,J. Kramer. FOURTH ROW: K.Carlson,R. Day,J. Tomek, A. Cleberg, B. Lundie, J. Parker, R. Kutter, T. Brown, J. Meyers, V. Kary,C. Fredrickson. FIFTH ROW: D. Skeie, P. Brennan, D. Hossle, D. Melbrech, D. Slostad, R. Konraddy, S. Briedenbach, G. Call, R. Papen- dick, D. Braun. SIXTH ROW: F. Therkilsen, B. Olsen, R. Dokken, P. Morehouse, R. Peutz, J. Larsen, M. Berg, L. Cannell. RIGHT: Rich Andrzejewski oonsulted Head Coach Jim Kretchman during a time-out. FOOTBALL TOP LEFT: Northern's marching band provided excellent half-time entertain- ment on the football field. RIGHT: Northern's offensive line helped Dave Pastian establish a school rushing record. BOTTOM LEFT: Dave Pastian and a Mankato defender went down in a swirl of arms and legs. RIGHT: A capacity crowd watched intently as the Wolves squared off against Dakota Wesleyan. FOOTBALL Wolfpack maintains football supremacy '55, ik l Bree ABS -4 I' bf We 'W S "J Q ,'Hf"J N' Ev! in If 4 ' QW, , Q 7' A-fy . , FOOTBALL 2 Kretchman leads Pack to impressive season record TOP LEFT Northern players trled to keep warm durmg the game agannst Huron RIGHT Coach Swisher and trainer Al Sahl: attended to an d I o the mjure p ayer n sldelmes BOTTOM LEFT Junnorquarterback Fllch Andrzejewskn re celved the snap from Carl ton Hupke CENTER A portnon of the overflow homecomlng game crowd huddled along the edge ofthefleld RIGHT Finch Andrzejewskl attempted an extra pomt conversnon 53 UZ I A ll ml. -Html 2 FOOTBAL L I X i 5611, :.f'5'N Y .,, Gr " . '-' .-- 1 L.,-, tijyx , 'L--x 4, ET' .Y -N vs. ., P 1 . 25.3 if -A 3? A 1.51-4 Ii 1 f vm, " I 9 5x -iii-Ja!! I f . p , ' gg! k CW 5 wx E " ' N., QP D , - J., ,Q ' ' A. I 'N f NLR Q.. . ,Q 3575? Miz . 5 x I, ff' Q "-wi. 1 gl, , -.xl 1 if , 15 V ,Ng .2 R. ,f gl- A97 J 3 1 'Vg-zz, ' N' f' - 1 5:4 I 1 5 , .f J '-, -fi, ' , . 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In SDIC conference action the Wol- ves wound up 7-5 for third place behind South Dakota Tech and Wesleyan. One of the highlights of the season was a narrow 65-64 loss to the University of North Dakota, a North Central con- ference powerhouse. The Wolves also had a respectable showing against highly re- garded South Dakota State. Gary Evjen, Sioux Falls senior, was named to the District 12 all-star team for the second consecutive year. Gary averaged over twenty points a game despite defenses set up against him. Evjen was also named to the SDIC all-conference team along with teammate Rich Andrzejewski and broke the all-time district record for total career points with 2,288. Dave Bauer, 5'7" guard from Eureka, also closed out his collegiate career char- acterized by his hustling floor play and outside shooting. The Wolves will have a large contingent of lettermen returning for action for the season. 282 BASKETBALL ,. ,-if 'x .4 .r-s .- O . as i'if M 1 sn 55 33 gm 5 535111 f ,wi ,Q sax 31 5 f m fn J 1 ,fy S 5 K Hardcourters experience year of frustration 284 BASKETBALL .r. 24 XJ l M g Q E' 1...-l.-an ' -5 1 31 .-5 V -- ' g .. -1 ,. -.-v,+q,i-Fl. .e i TOP LEFT: Sophomore ace Tim Davies is floored after a collision. RIGHT: Cheerleaders whoop it up during a time-out. BOTTOM: Gary Evjen provided a screen for Rhys Schmidfsjumpshot in a game against Mayville. CENTER: Rich Andrezejewski, Arlington junior, drove through heavy traffic for a lay-up. RIGHT: All- American center Gary Evjen was high in the air for a basket as a crowd of players looked on. f- ' BASKETBALL 28 xx -' .. Up, down season characterizes hardcourters' efforts BASKETBALL Mazyviiile. M i not State Mankato State Stcsslpud ,ttt Valley 'City South Dakota State Yankton Sioux Falls ri -M Wayne Briar Cliff North Dakota Cfigecvfdia i Dakota State llll Huron USD'Springfield W6Sl39yqlQlf3gisr Hurcih Black Hills South DakotaWTech all ,ill is Dakota4fTech Black9Hills gm Dakota State gg. 1 . . Springfield LEFT: Gary Evjen fought for two in an 80-59 loss to North Central conference member, Mankato State. CENTER LEFT: Sophomore ace Tim Davies was wide open for an easy jumper. RIGHT: Allflistrict center Gary Evjen had his shot slapped away. BOTTOM LEFT: Northern's drill team, the Echoettes, perform- ed during halftime of the Dakota Wesleyan game. RIGHT: A mad scramble for the ball resulted in the tension-packed overtime win over Wesleyan. BASKETBALL 2 7 TOP: Marlin Bjerke was on his way to a decision against his Jamestown opponent in a dual that ended in a 15-15 tie. BOTTOM LEFT: Rod Neu- man, Clear Lake senior, at- wixts iaeavl ' , a W-tim tempted a take-down 177 pound weight RIGHT: Front Flow: Upton, Doug Lingor, Bjerke, Steve Nelson, in the class. Tracy Marlin Darryl Wetzler, Mike Nelson, and Bruce Tucker, Back Flow: Myron Bryant, Dan Pansch, Rod Neuman, Marlin Harms, Jim Nohava, and Curt Nieder- baumer. 2 WRESTLING 'ff V ' .ie ' reg, 1, , .Ma 155, , Warm , :ere ,M , A H Y . U , M., 1 se ltixlr 21 i :lCh'adroril . 231 12: :illllayville 27 151 1 L f 31 28 rrrrii 1 M 19 N 21 YQ,-'iidrona' K Q ff 15 O iiii 12 iiiifgickegnspgi in 24 ii 15 Zlamestown by 15 211 T l 15 9 ,Minot so T 28 4South Dakota1Tech 5 23 fEE,5SfE!'lF1 Mgaggana 119 ssrf se ll 11 27 iii A-sxernrmtiiiiarfav O 11 , 17 qgyaiwvfcifv or 19 14 L eUSD1SprirngfgeL1g L ' zo 1 .1 15 - , me, 2:33355 Z 1, 1 , , rt ,rg if f ' Ut - -aes, 1 f V - LSDILC O 1-fourth Individual standout performances cap successful year for NSC wrestlers Northern's wrestling season was high- lighted by the individual performance of Mike Nelson. The Sisseton junior rolled to the conference championship in the 150 pound weight class. The Wolves finished fourth in the SDIC conference meet hosted by North- ern at Simmons Gymn. NSC also had two runner-ups in Doug Lingor at 118 and lVlyron Bryant at 167. Northern's overall record was ten victories against six losses and two ties. I f The team posted triangular wins at Black Hills and South Dakota Tech and were second in two others. Coach Don Wood's young grapplers battled through a tough schedule to gain invaluable experience. The Wolves also participated in an unique invitational takedown wrestling tournament held at St. John's College of lVlinnesota. Seniors on the squad included Marlin Bjerke at 126, Darryl Wetzler at 142 and Rod Neuman at 177. I V- Q? WRESTLING 289 ':' , . ff . isrl, wma., R251 ...QL -J., L -1... -f i . .- nd, ,, ,r 'M Z mam, . , 'sim xfwxgsg ' . W 1, -34? 6 . 'P 5 lglw E 51 3- C. IQ-V. I all v . ,v .-1---- 0.11 l 4 J 1 M' 'E' ff '-1 Q D I P' j. r ,f G4 'V L 1. gay X 1 if V.: M-'M 1. A wx 43 , . Y' ,.?5. .-A.1f,.,.1, - W'5fi?f3?4 ffj I I x xv , , , ,Eg ' 'l n af, ' 1 Vg I gi 1 W 1M 'FP' - X 1 k -:Af x ,, -1. H., ,Y 174. 1 'af-iw! . g . .nr wir A , gr A V. A xsxgb Hz .. 1 -,-3-5, f.-SD ' J r Q gg .Ka 4121 3. fi x Ln' 4 f 'mg kg-2 3' I J' f T 1 1 ao W4 ,gf K I TTL: Q 'ss v --, Q, . 5, , ':'i'E',4.- nl" . -, ww I Y N E'E ' U z- , ,, :Af E14 7 '5- , g a f ' '12, ,,g an Af,- . as 'fm - ' 1 - 'WEEE ' . , D.: jjxg-,N Q. , 535535 Z 'ffm W ,H a E ' 1. .- .Ei W- . wx, rw E-1 5+ - -' 'T nz. 4 g 1 il, L, ,,-u,,-M '- ' 3,5111 3' ' 'rm N W mmi , I r e,jL - I: 1 1 . , ' ' 292 BOWLING 'ffm 'L--,Q-'Q-Li, w . .o 13 .auf A. Hai? Nl , f""..JJ. . , L .:n. 4 :S .xv f. Nz my v 33:7 ..W.,?2.:, m:E,jfig W 'Am 125431 E :gd L , ir, sq, ' ' , .Ag fm-P:ag1 T S 34 Ki Y E .,-. . wwf-ew .L '14 E 27? 11+.svr2f5fff .e A V :...,,ll W ' A - ,lj -P xx. ng '4 F7! .-1' -'43 1 . 'vu I ,.,i, 1 Bowlers try for titles in national tournaments The 1971-72 bowling season matched Northern's bowl- ing team with National, Regional, and state-wide compe- titions. The girls also attended the Region X ACV-I Bowl- ing Meet held in Mankato, Minnesota. Most matches were bowled in the bowling alley of Memorial Union and the scores were then sent by mail to a regional coordinator. Results were then computed and sent back to the team. TOP LEFT: Excellent form in her follow-through was displayed by Yvonne Warner. CENTER: The ball started its slow curve towards a pocket strike when thrown by senior, Linda Dykstra. RIGHT: Sherry Plepp kept her eye on her lane spot as she delivered the ball. B0'l'I'OM LEFT: BACK ROW: Yvonne Warner, Doris Petti- grew, Sheryl Yeager, Sherry Plepp, Voletta Harvey, Wanda Mater, Pat Borchers, Barb Muhlbeier, Brent Dykstra, coach. FRONT ROW: Sue Meyer, Gloria Staufer, Linda Dykstra. RIGHT: Pat Borchers, team captain. BOWLING 3 TOP LEFT: FRONT ROW: Al wentzy, Mike Sanders, presi- dent: Randy Forrest. BACK ROW: Bob Cauldwell, Greg Raider, vice-presi- dent: Paul Fred. RIGHT: Mike Sand- ers is shown throw- ing a front kick. BOTTOM LEFT: Randy Forrest and Mike Sanders pair off sparing maneu- vers. RIGHT: Bob Cauldwell showed his ability and form as he demonstrated a back kick. 294 KARATE Karate enthusiasts practice methods With a membership of nearly twenty, Karate Club has taken Lae Kwan Do as its style of Karate. Their goals are to develop and maintain a greater apprecia- tion and understanding of the ancient Korean martial art. The major project for the club was the establishment of a self-defense course for women. Karate, through techniques, control, and discipline, allows a perSOf1 to be- come master of himself. i' "if Women's Basketball shows increased popularity, support The rising popularity of women's bas- ketball was evident in the success of Northern's team this year in both per- formance and student support. The NSC coeds won six games and lost seven during the season with many of their losses coming by narrow mar- gins. The women played ten regular season games and three in the state tournament held at the University of South Dakota. South Dakota State was the 1972 State Womens champion. Diane Evans coached the club to a third place finish in the state meet, los- ing in the semi-finals. Leading scorers for the year were Gin Hansen and Kathy Graves who were both injured midway through the season but came back strong at the end of the schedule. Women's basketball was played under almost identical conditions as men's bas- ketball except for the number of players. TOP: An outside jump shot was nearly block- ed by an opposing player. BOTTOM: Women's Basketball Team: FRONT ROW: Audrey Krohn, Carol Kendall, Sharon McCarrier, Sis- ter Kathleen O'Loughlen. MIDDLE ROW: Lin- da Reinhardt, Debbie Schelski, Barb Felder- man,Terri Bierman,Carol Pasco. BACK ROW: Diane Evans, coach: Moure Simon, Kathy Graves, Carla Carson, Virginia Hanson, Carryl Bleibaum, student manager. WOM EN'S SPORTS 295 Volleyball team faces Northern's women's volleyball squad posted a 4-6 record in matches with other South Dakota colleges. The team started off the season slow- ly, losing their first four matches. lVlid- tough competition way in the season the club notched three consecutive victories. A "B" team also competed in volley- ball, participating in only four matches but winning all of them. l a . ,J.r.,,.-.,,,-,.,-.l...,.- .. , L..---i. -me Y-. 296 WOM EN'S SPORTS l,i.g. t...,..i,,.. TOP: Members of the women's team went through basic opening warm-ups. BOTTOM LEFT: WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL TEAM: FRONT ROW: Sister Kathleen O'Loughlen, Cleo Woodfork, Barb Felderman, Carol Kendall, Shirley Steenhoven. BACK ROW: Jill Heinstzman, Mary Sckrock, Jean Barker, Jacki Herr, Shirley Kludt,Chris Snow.CENTEFl: The follow-through form of a Barb Felderman serve showed developed volleyball technique. RIGHT: Two players stretched to return a short serve during a volleyball play. g x idk- ---6-Q . WOM EN'S SPORTS 2 Women athletes take part in hockey, track competition The Northern Women's field hockey team had one win and one tie in four matches in 1971. This very strenuous and little known sport saw the NSC girls tie their opening encounter with Dakota State, lose to South Dakota State and Augustana, and then defeat Dakota State to complete their season. Kathy O'Loughlen was the team's top scorer with three goals. Northern Coeds competed in three track meets in 1971, winning two of them. After placing third in the Southern Invitational the NSC team won the Dakota State meet with 74 points, and Dakota State Sports Day event with 52 points. The Sports Day victory marked the third year in a row that the NSC girls have won. TOP LEFT: An NSC coed prepared to serve in a collegiate play-off match at Spafford Gymn. RIGHT: TRACK TEAM: Karen Rasmussen, Marsha Gibbs, Diane Bastian,Sharon McCarrier, Jean Barker, Debbie Schelski, Marv Schock, Cleo Woodfork, Carol Kendall, Barb Felderman, Linda Reinhardt. BOTTOIVI: FIELD HOCKEY TEAM: FRONT: Sister Kathleen O'Loughlen, Audrey Krahn, Jeanne Johnson, Debbie Schelske. BACK: Sharon McCarrier, Lanna Wanner, Debbie Thorstenson, Jean Barker, Linda Reinhardt, Nlaure Simon, Carryl Bleibaum, Carla Carson, Diane Evans, coach. 298 WOlVlEN'S SPORTS NSC WOM EN'S FIELD HOCKEY 3 DSC or SDSEI 1 1 Augie worm EN's BAsKIQTBAx.1f NSC 46 USD 'Sprihgfie ld ., ,..L. 41 Mayville 52 valley env 52 snsu ao' CCC 1 Sioux Fans . 39 ozikora stare as-1 rsoisu 49 Augustana 28 u2QQf l H Mount Marty M of' xi 1 5? I wow: EN s T r3AcK Southqgn Invigvgtionaj W W Third 1 First Dakoto State Tovitatiohal Dakota State Sports Day First , rt ,A . , 'I 2 mi- ,, W , .wif M .. rw Ng H ,, ,, ,, H 2 WOM EN'S VDLLEYBALL W . 1, 3uo,, NSC 1 Huron 2 1 Q. , 2 111 1 M Sioux,q4fEaIIsrCollege N M .21 1 1 1 Augusiana 1 Q 1 usns 1 1 gf, 0 v rrr USD 1 2 Huron 0 or Dscu J 2 1 2 uso 1 2 . 1 Martyr WOMEN'S SPORTS 299 1 5 19. . Af .ii .. gg m, n rg.-4 --.. , . Y- i 5 ' K ul I i . 49 ,Qjy K ZX. lf' li While this particular year comes to a close, Northern is putting into motion plans for the coming year. ln effect, Northern is always in motion. -V., J. - ' I s V -,-... - Q6- ,Y A Q- 1511 'fn CAMPUS HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR CLOTHING NEEDS AT POPULAR PRICES Jo gensews 304 ADVERTISING I DEX Abbas, Robert, Worthing 28 Abelin, David, 104 Abraham, Mary Jane, Aberdeen 82 Abrahamson, Laurel, DeSmet 66 Ackerman, Joe 184 Ackerman, Olive, Aberdeen Ackerman, Von James, Aberdeen 104 Ackley, Fred Adams, Leon 28 Adams, Michael, Chamberlain 28 Adel, Darla, Witten 104 Aden, Diana, Aberdeen 82 Adler, Sister Shirley 28 Adney, Debra, Pierre 104 Adney, Penney, Pierre 104 Adolphsen,Roberta 82 Aeilts, David, Groton 82,197 Agnitsch, Michael, Mitchell 82 Agnitsch, Thomas, Mitchell 82 'Ahsan, Dr. Syed 22 Aipperspach, Jeanette, Aberdeen Aipperspach, Kenneth, Aberdeen 82 Akers, Raymond Akkerman, Larry, DeSmet 82 Akkerman, Stephen, Watertown 66 Akkerman, Pamela, Watertown 28 Albers, Richard, Eagle Butte 66 Albert, Deb 193 Alberts, Leland, Langford 66,168 Alberts, Marla, Amherst 104,167, 190 Albrecht. Kathleen 66 Albrecht, Peggy, Eureka 82 Albrecht, Steven, Mitchell 28 Alcorn, Gail, Mobridge 104 Alexander, Alice 66 Alexander, Scott, Huron 82 Alfred, Mary Jo, Ames, IA 66 Alger, Greg 28 Allen, Thomas, Aberdeen 66 Allison, Joni 104 Allison, Marilyn 82 Alley, Carolyn, Miller 66 Allmendinger, Steve 28 'Allred, Forest, Ed. 81 Psyc. 26 Amacher, Jeff, Britton 82,272 Aman, Carla 104 Aman, Patsy, Selby 82,178,160 Alphi Xi Delta 160 AWS 162 AWS ROYALTY 258 'Aman,.Rolland Ind. Arts Si Safety Ed. 24, 176 Ames, Mary, Huron 104 Amick, Gloria, Sioux Falls 104, 172 Andersen, Brian, Aberdeen Andersen, Joyce 82 Virgil. Speafflsll Bates, Charles, Aberdeen 82 Andersen, Andersen, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, , Craig, Milbank 132,168 Anderson Anderson, Anderson, Karen, Hayti 66 Neil, Aberdeen 82 Arnold, Aberdeen Bruce 105 Colleen, Sisseton 66 Duane, Aberdeen Gary, Selby 104 Anderson, Kathryn, Bristol 66, 261 Anderson, Leona, Huron 105,175 Anderson, Mary Jane, Aberdeen Anderson, Paul, Aberdeen Anderson, Penny 28 Anderson, Rochelle, Pierpont 281 Anderson, R. Elaine 105 Anderson, Armstrong, Thomas, Sioux Falls 82 Arndt, Allen, Aberdeen 105 'Arneson, Dr. John 26 Arneson, Sharon, Sioux Falls 28 Arnoldy, Michael, Aberdeen Arth, Mary, Lingerwood, ND 28 Artis, Richard, Beaumont, TX 105, 277 Aslesen, Deborah, Mobridge 105 Asleson, Curtis, De Smet 66 Atkinson, LaVonne, Hitchcock Atkinson, Thomas, Chamberlain 66, 216,268,275,184 Auch, Richard, Roscoe 105 Auchampach, Richard, Aberdeen Baab, Rance, Aberdeen 82 Bachman, Benjamin, Isabell 28,190 230 Bachman, Paul, Bowdle 66 Bacon, Chuck 105 Bacon, Sndra, Redfield 66 Baer, Judith, Selby Bagaus, Neil, Aberdeen 66 Bagaus, Terry, Aberdeen 82 Bahl, Deborah, Aberdeen 105 Bailey, Becky, Sioux Falls 82, 178 "Bailey, James 26 Baird, Berwyn Bakken, Lonnie Bakken, Stephen, Aberdeen 82, 149 Baldwin, Steve 216 BALLADEERS 66 Ballard, John BAN D 210 Banker, Cynthia, Aberdeen 105 Banker, Terry, Aberdeen 82 Banning, James, Lemmon 28 Banley, Thaddeus 105 Bardell, Charlotte, Cresbard 105 Barker, Deanne, Fort Yates, ND 28 Barker, Jean, Brian 82,155,190, 193,297 Barko, Roberta, Webster 105 Barnes, Lonny, Claremont 105 Barnett, Loretta, Sioux Falls 66 Barnett, Sally, Sioux Falls Barnett, Timothy, Aberdeen 66 Baron, Faye, Aberdeen 28 Barondeau, Randy 82 Barondeau, Roger, Oaks 82 Bartel, John 105 Bartell, Patricia, Marion 28 Bartelt, Ralland, Stickney 105, 149 Barthel, Joseph, Watertown 66, 168 Bartlett, Bonnie, Harrold 28 Bartlett, Carolyn, New Castle, WY 83,193 Bartlett, Charlene, Webster 82 Barton, Michael Bashara, Lester, Doland 132 BASEBALL 272 BASKETBALL 282 Bastian, Bruce, Hot Springs 105,168 Bastian, Diane, Hot Springs 82,155, 172,178,190 66 Beaulieu, Dennis, De Moines, IA 30, 168 Beck, Cynthia, Claremont, 83 Beck, Dwayne, Platte 66 Beck, Patricia, Pierre 105, 193 Beck, Paulette 105 Beck, Richard, Roscoe 105 Beck, Wayne, Eureka 83,168 Becker, Cheryl, Turton 66 Becker, Becker, Becker, Becker, Becker, Donald, Eagle Butte 30 Bradley 105 Dianna, St. Lawerance 105 Mont, Mobridge 30 Roy, Doland 105 Beckler, Debra 66 Beekman, Margaret, Cresbard 66 Beers, Joyce, Webster 83 Beffert, Jacalyn, Webster 105! Behlings, Carmen, Revillo Behrens, Jeff 105 Behrens, Steven, Sioux Falls 66, 245 Belatti, Linda, Watertown 105 l'Belden, Otis, Ind. Arts 81 Safety Ed. 24 Bender, Dale, Aberdeen 105 Bender, Jerold, Weton ka Bender, Keith, Houghton 83 Bender, Randy, Aberdeen BlackBear, Matilda 30 Blanchard, Thomas, Aberdeen 132 Blank, Carl, Ipswich 132 Bleibaum, Carryl, Groton 61155. 190,220 Bleth, Richard Blick, Delores, Stockholm 84,178 Blinsmon, Kevin, Clark 106 Block, Dennis, Webster 106 Bludorn, Robert, Watertown 106 Bluearm, Eugene, Eagle Butte 106 Blumberg, Zigrida, Sioux Falls 84 Blunt, Jeanette Bobby, William, Bowdle 106 Bode, Susan, Lake Preston 84,190, 220 Boe, Dianne, Milbank 106,172 Boe, Grace, Milbank 84,202,238, 257 Boehmer, Rodney, Groton 106 Boehmer, Robert Bockmer, Robert 30 Bohlen, Diane, Milbank 84 Bohn, Diane, Strausburg 67,164, 178 Bohn, Marjorie, Twin Brooks Bolan, Roger 84 Bollinger, Daniel, Bath 30 Bollinger, Pamela, Bath 30 Andre, Robert, Aberdeen 132 Andrews, Jeffrey, Aberdeen 105 Andrews, Russell, Aberdeen 66, 167 Andries, Margaret, Aberdeen 82 Andries, Patricia 105 Andrisen, David, Aberdeen Andrzejewski, Mary, Arlington Andrzejewski, Richard, Arlington 66,184,277,280,283,285 Angerhoffer, Jane, Aberdeen 82 Angerhofer, Pamela, Aberdeen Antes, Gary, Aberdeen Antes, Stephanie AOUINAS CENTER 198 Arbach, Charlene, Groton 28 Arbach, Elaine, Hoven 82 Arbach, Karen, Hoven 105 Argo, Donald, Sisseton 82 Arlt, David, Aberdeen 82 Aflf, Sheryl, Aberdeen Bates. Grant. Aberdeen Bates, Sonja, Waubay 82 Battee n, Jon Bauer, Claude, Aberdeen 82 Bauer, Carol, Macintosh 82 Bauer, Bauer, Baule, David, Eureka 29,272,283 Krysti, Aberdeen 82 Linda 29,175 Baul, Claire, Andover 29,175 Baul, Sandra, Andover 105 Baum, Jerald, Hitchcock 83,202 Baum, Judith, Alpena 105 Bauer, Gail, Bowdle 105 Bauman, Rita 105 Baun, Scott 105 Bayley, Harold, Lead 105 Baysinger, Larry, Woonsocket 105 'Baumgart, Dr. Norbert K. 18 Beare, Kathleen, Milbank 83,178 Beare, Michael Beaulieu, Barbara, De Moines, IA Bendewald, Gerald 105 Bangs, George, Aberdeen 105 'Benn, Hazel, Lang. 8: Lit. 22 Bennett, Gloria, Sioux Falls 83, 178 Bennett, Jack, Aberdeen 66 Bennett, Larry, Arlington 83 Benning, Kim, Redfield Benson, Carla 83 Benson, Douglas 105 Benson, Nancy, Faulkton 83 Benson, Rosemary, Eagle Butte 105 Berber, Derern 106 'Berg, Gary, Business 23 Berg, Gary P., LaBolt106 Berg. Julie, Webster 106 Berg, Kevin, LaBolt Berg, Larry, Lily 66 Berg, Michael, Baltic 106, 277 'Berggren, Alyce, Fine Arts 24 "Berggren, John, Fine Arts 25 Berggren, Mark, Aberdeen Bergh, Marguerite, Aberdeen 83,144 Berheim, Bonnie, Forbs, ND 106 Beringer, Mary Jane, Gettysburg 106 Bernard, Janis, Yankton 30 Berndt, Joy, Herreid 30 Berry, Jack, Groton 66 Bertsch, Charlotte, Aberdeen 83 Bertsch, Dwight, Eureka 66 Bessler, Frederick 84 Beusch, Joyce, MacLoughlin 66 Beutler, Gail, Revillo 106 Bickel, I-larw, Firesteel 84 Biddle, Doris 'Bieber, Dr. Gerald, Lang.8t Lit. 22 Bieber, Susan, Pierre 106 Bgber, Kenneth Bieber, Rocky, Edgemont 30 Biegler, Richard, Aberdeen 106 Biehler, Peggy Bierman, Arnette, Mansfield 30 Bierman, Marvelyn, Northville Bierman, Teresa, Northville 84,178,204 - Bigelow, David, Bristol 66 Biggs, Linn, Britton Bighorn, Robin 84 BIG NAME 213,248 Binger, Ronald, Aberdeen 106 Binger, Terry, Aberdeen 66 Bingham, Marvin, Aberdeen 84 Bingham, Prudence 132 Binstock, Tony 30 'Biorn, Paul Fine Arts 24 Birkeland, Bart, Dupree 30 Birren Kot, Susan 30 Bischoff, Ronda 106 Bissenden, Susan, Rapid City 67 Bistodeau, Sandra, Claremont 67 Bittner, Daryl, Mellette 84,168, 235 Bjerke, Marlin, Clear Lake 30, 184, 291 Bjerke, Robert, Bradley 1061 Black, Leonard, Aberdeen 132 Black, Steven Bollweg, Linda, Harrold 67 Bonnett, Jeffrey, Sioux Falls 84 Bonnet, Julie 106 Bonzer, Lon, Hecla 84 Boots, LaVonne, Redfield 84 Borchers, Pat, Mobridge 30, 190, 293 Borden, Vickie, Fredrick 67 Bordewy k, Douglas, Corsica 106 Borkhuis, Dale, Wessington 84 Bortnem, Gayle Bortnem 1 Roger, Dell Rapids 106 Bosanko, Donald, Aberdeen 84 Bosanko, Edward, Aberdeen 30 Bosanko, Larry, Aberdeen 67 Bosanko Linda, Aberdeen 106 Boschee, Nick, Aberdeen 106 Bosma, Gary, Aberdeen Bosma, Susan, Aberdeen 84, 156 Bothwell, Stuart, Aberdeen 106 Boub, Tom 106 Boulais, Randall, Aberdeen 106 Bowar, John, Faulkton 30 Bowar, Larry, Miranda 67 Bowar, Margaret, Faulkton 84 Bowar, Pamela, Miranda 106 Bowerman, Gary BOWLING 292 Bowerman, JoLynn 106 Boyd, Todd, Aberdeen 67,184, 283 Boyle, Miriam, Pierre 84 Brain, Douglas 107 Brandner, Loren 107 Brandner, Toby, Herreid 85 Brandner, Terrence, Herreid 30 Brandriet, Timothy, Watertown 85 Braun, Douglas, New Effington 277 Braun, Larry, Warner 107 Braun, Sister Mary, Ipswich Braunstein, Susan, Aberdeen 107 Breck, Regina, Mitchell 67 Breckenridge, James, Aberdeen 107 Bredeson, Susan, Watertown 107 Breidenbach, Steve, Aberdeen 107 277 Breidenbach, Mike 268,271 Breitag, Harold, Aberdeen 85, 149,175,182 Brekke, Darrell, Watertown 85 Bremmon, Craig, Britton 67 Brendel, Dennis, Aberdeen 30 204 Brenden, Charles, Watertown 107 Brenden, Tom Huron 85 Brennan, David, Summit 30 Brennan, Patrick, Los Angeles, CA 107,277 Breske, Leon, Grenville, 85,184 277 Brewer, James, Faulkton 67,277 Brewster, Kathy, Sisseton 30 Brick, Jerry, Aberdeen 67 Brickner, Gerald, l-loven 67 INDEX ,Buff-bv.a.q,a ' Sears SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. 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Sci. 25 Buntrock, Ralph Burchill, John Pierre 32 Burckhard, Randy, Aberdeen 107 Burckhartzmeyer, J. 32 Burgard, Allen, Aberdeen 107 Burgard, Allen P., Aberdeen Burnap, Ann, Los Angeles, CA 132 Burnett, Vonn, Aberdeen 85 Burnison, Teresa, Huron 107 Bu row, Debra, Frederick 68 Burroughs, Jeanne, Aberdeen 85, 193 "Burroughs, Dr. Marvin, Ind. Arts 84 Safety Ed. 24 Burt, Jeannette, Aberdeen 107 Burtz, Malon 108,275 Buschbom, Melissa, Winner Buschbom, Jaci, Mobridge 108 BUSINESS CARNIVAL 240 Buske, Michael, Aberdeen 85 Butch, Thomas Butler, Lee, Lemmon 68 Butterfield, Alona 108 Buttke, Marlene, Corine 32,182 Byington, Patricia 108 Byrnes, James, Sioux Falls 85 Bzoski, John, Tempe, AZ 85 Cahoy, Katherine 32 Caldwell, Don, Aberdeen 68 Caldwell, Linda, Aberdeen 85 Calhoon, Anita, Winner 68 Califf, Linda, Gettysburg 32 Calhoon, James, Winner 85,272 Call, Gary, Aberdeen 108,277 Campbell, Allen, Highmore 108 Campbell, Lyla, Mclntosh 32 Campton, Delores, Aberdeen 68 Cannell, Larry, Johnston, NY 108, 277 Cantalope, Christine, Aberdeen 68 Cantwell, Robert, Westport 85 Card, Dianne, Sioux Falls 68 Card, Larry, Timberlake 32 Carda, Tim, Chelsea 68,184, 268,275 Carey, Brian Carlin, Kathleen, Rapid City 85,178,197 "Carlsgaard, Lynn, Fine Arts 24 Carlson, Deborah, Aberdeen 85 Carlson, David Lance, Aberdeen 32 Carlson, Clifford, Aberdeen 108 Carlson, Cynthia, Aberdeen 108 Carlson, Dinah, Java 32 Carlson, David, Columbia 108 Carlson, Douglas, Yankton 108 Carlson, Eileen, Hamill 85 Carlson, Esther 108 'CarIs0n, Hugo, Business 23 Carlson, Kathleen. Claremont 32 Carlson, Kenneth, Cglumbia 108, 184,277 Carlson, Kevin, Aberdeen 85 Carlson, LaRae, Aberdeen 68 Car, Scott, Valentine, NB 108 Carson, Keith, Aberdeen 85 Carroll, Launda 68 Carson, Charles 108 Carroll, Richard, Aberdeen 32 Carson, Carla, Langford 32,155, ' 156,182 Carson, Kevin, Langford 184, 283 Carsrud, Carolyn 32 Carstens, Donna, Mitchell 85 Casanova, Steven 68 Carter, Doug 85 Cary, Vaun 184 Case, Robert, Huron 68 Cass, Anita, Watertown 85 Cass, Peter 32 Cassels, Diane, Groton 108 Cauldwell, Bob 294 Cavanaugh, Thomas, Aberdeen 108 Caven, Georgia, Aberdeen 85 Caza, Marny 187 Caza, Richard, Aberdeen 85 Cecil, Thomas, DeSmet 108 Cepak, Maureen, Lead 68 Cermak, Nancy, Highmore 85 Cerny, Paul, Aberdeen 132 Champlin, David, Aberdeen 85 Champlin, Douglas Chaon, Jane, Canton 68 Chapman, Alan, Aberdeen Chapman, Lawrence 68 Chapman, Ruth 108 Chapman, Sandra, Rapid City 32 Charboneau, Evonne, Aberdeen 68 Charboneau, Kim 32 Charboneau, Lynette, Aberdeen 108 Charron, Steven, Seneca 68 Chauncey, George, Aberdeen 85 Chavez, Karla 108 Chavez, Marjorie 85 Ching, Jeanne 33 Chesner, James, Milwaukee, WI CHEMISTRY CLUB 170 CHOIR 206 Chrgsgensen, Anders, Hitchcock Christensen, Brian, Aberdeen 86 Christensen, Sharon 33 Christensen, Virginia, Castlewood 108 Christensen, William, Canton 108, 184,283 Christensen, Robert, Aberdeen Christian, Martha, Aberdeen 68 Chrgstianson, Nancy, Aberdeen 3 Christman, Carolyn, Haiti Christman, Gerald, Redfield 68 Christman, Reggie, Lemon 108 Christopher, Nancy, Milbank 108 CIRCLE K 168 'Clark, 22 lllona, Lang. 84 Lit., Clark, Judith, Aberdeen 86 Clark, Lois, Aberdeen 108 'Clark, Dr. Lester 19,230 Clark, Rodney, Aberdeen Clarke, Jack, Aberdeen 108 Clausen Clausen , Jane, Burke 68,220 Kim, Aberdeen 108 Claytoni Nina, Summit 86 Cleberg, Cleberg, 173 Anthony, Redfield 108 Madonna, Redfield 109, Cleland, Corene, Beresford 33 Clemensen, Janet, Conde 33 Clement, Marilyn, Faulkton 68, 184 Clement, Mary, St. Lawerence Clement, Pam 109 Clemens, Virginia, Clark 109 Cleveland, Richard Cliff, Ja Clifford Clifton, mes, Aberdeen 109 , Nona, Hayti 68 Philip 86 Clopine, Korene, Hosmer 33 Coats, Donna, Aberdeen 109 Coats, Elon, Aberdeen 109 Cogne, Mike 213 Cogswel I, Brenda, Aberdeen 86,156 Colby, Steven, Mayville, ND Cole, Cheryll, Platte 68, Coleman, David Coleman, Joy, Aberdeen 109 Colestock, Leslie, Hecla 68 Collings, James, Huron 109,197 Collins, Gloria Collins, Jeanne 33,157 Collins, Colwill Peter, Mellette 109 Deborah coomej Jeffrey, aa,184,2ea,271 Condon, Marilyn 'Con klin, Gary, Social Science 25 'Conklin, Joan, Lang. 81 Lit. 22 Conn, Raymond Conn, Zee Cookman, Cynthia, Clear Lake, IA 'Clark, Monni Cooley, Colleen, Pierre 109 Coombes, Cynthia, Watertown 109 Cooper, Michael, Carlton, MN 109 Coplan, Richard, Henw 33 Cormier, Kathi 187 Cormier, Terrance, Watertown 68 Cornell, Janet 33 Cory, Janet, Mobridge 86 C.E.C. 161 Cournoyer, George,Wagner 109 Coury, Miriam, Mitchell 68,178 Cousins, Jack 204 Cowee, Joni Cower, Jon 33 Cowhick, Cynthia, Crestlam 109 Cowley, Dave, Brandon 86 Cox, Deborah, Aberdeen 109,172 Cox, Melissa Coyle, Linda 331 Coyle, Marilyn, Aberdeen 86 Coyle, Robert Coyne, Deb 187 Coyne, Michael, Bristol 86 Crabb, Glenn, Mobridge 86 Crabtree, Bruce 68 Cranny, Michael, Canton 86 Crawford, Linda, Aberdeen 86 Crawford, Robin, Volga 109 Crawford, Stephen, Aberdeen 109, 168 Cronin, Dan, Ft. Pierre 86 Cron k, Tevan, Aberdeen 86,178 197 Cross, George Crossan, Paula, Amherst 86 Croucher, Guy CROSS COUNTRY 274 Crow, Ron, Aberdeen 109 Crowl, Donna, Aberdeen Crowl, Earl, Milbank 109 Croswon, Dwain, Aberdeen 33 Cruse, Charles 33 Culey, LeAnne Culver, June, Iroquois 33 CULTURAL AFFAIRS 242 Cunningham, Robert, Faulkton 109 Cuny, Pualette Curr, Cherry, Britton 109 Currier, Charles, W. Lebanon, NH 109 Curtis, Janice, Huron 109 Cussons, Jack, Webster 109 Czmowski, Diane, Webster 68, 197 Dabbert, Debra 86 Dahl, Wayne, Watertown 86 'DahI, R.G., Business 23 Dahl, Robert, Aberdeen 109 Dahlke, Curtis, Aberdeen 68 Dahlquist, Sophia 8 Dahme, Cheryl, Aberdeen 86 Dahme, Craig 34 Dahme, Curtis, Aberdeen 86 Daily, Roy 109 Daily, Doreen 68 Dais, Stanley, Eureka 68 Dalager, John 34 Dale, Dianne, Lily 86 Daly, John, Aberdeen 34,146 Damgaard, Jean 109 Damgaard, Marshall, Britton Damgaard, Roger, Britton 68,205 Damico, Richard, Aberdeen 86 Danburg, Daniel Daniels, Scott, Huron 109 Daniels, Virginia 86 Danielson, Ethelyn, Canton 68, 190 Danielson, Kenneth, Aberdeen 86,201 Dano, Elaine, Aberdeen 86 Dargatz, Kathy, Waubay 87 Darroch, Laurie, Corson 109 'Daschel, Bernard 21 Daschle, Gregory, Aberdeen 109 Daschel, Paul 34 Daughters, Paula, Winner 109, 201,229,255 Davigzon, Carol, Bristol 68,156, Davidson, Janelle, Mobridge 69 Davies, David, Aberdeen 87 Davies, Tim, Aberdeen 283,285, 287 Davis, Myrene, Mobridge 109 Davis, James, Rapid City 34 Davis, Vickie, Edgemont 110 Day, John, Pierre 87 Day, Roger, Highmore 110,184, 229,255,277 Dayton, Debra, Stratford 110 Deacon, Richard, Aberdeen 87 Dean, Joan 34 Dean, Nancy 34 DEBATE 218 DeBates, Deborah 34 Debilzan, Lee, Andover 110 DeBoer, Diane, Sioux Falls DeBoer, Terry, Chamberlain 110 DeCooyer, Gary 110 Deer With Horn, Bernard, LaPlant 69 Deets, Deborah, Sioux Falls 34 DeForrest, Rosalinda, Aberdeen 87 Degen, Linda, Parkston 87 DeGooyer, Gary, Highmore DeGroot, Mark, Sioux Falls 87 DeHoogh, Gregory 197 Dehnert, Kathy, Ipswich 110 Dehueck, Mary, Aberdeen 34 Deibert, Donald, Aberdeen 87 Deibert, Doniese, Aberdeen Deilke, Wayne, Webster 69 DeJong, LeAnna, Milbank 87 DeKay, Patricia, Tuthill59,156, 182 Deknikker, Marta, Volga 69 DeKramer, Kay, Huron 87,193 Dell, George, Aberdeen 34 Dell, Stanley 34 Dellamano, Robert Delmage, Joyce, Clear Lake 87 Dellamano, Virginia DELTA PHI DELTA 144 Demers, Richard, Aberdeen 87,184 277 Demery, Mary, Onida 34 Denman, Randy, DeSmet 34 Dennert, Corrine, Westport 87 Denomme, Daryl, Aberdeen 110 Denomme, Dennis, Aberdeen 34 Derzab, Gary 110,272 Determan, Dennis, Sisseton 87 DESERET CLUB 171 Deters, Deborah, Salem 110 INDEX 307 ff course anon stuns Russ Osborne, Mgr. i FE Jilin" 5 Sie Big Otto Sez: 246 NSC Students 5 f Q' I get their chow 1 at ' l X 1' num - nm: ' rf- 9 Super City N Qiourtneggs BOOKS 5 THINGS IllVE'S PIIUTUS A good book is the S best of friends. 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Sci. 25 Elling, Sandra, Norwood, MN 55 Ellingson, Janet 87 Ellingson, Joseph, Stratford 111 Ellingson, Sandra, New Effington 111 Ellingson, Jim 168 Elliott, Judith, Hot Springs 87 Elliott, Patricia Elliott, Randee, Frederick 35 Ellis, Billie, Bath 69 Ellis, Stan, Clear Lake 87,268 Ellwein, Kathryn, Pierre 88 'Ellwood, Virgil, Soc. 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Erickson, 1 r Kathy, Aberdeen 69 Donel 36 Kathleen A.111 Lorrie, Sioux Falls 36, Nancy, Valley Springs Robert, Wolsey 88 JoAnne 36 Rick, Aberdeen 111 Steve, Groton 112 Ernst, Craig, Aberdeen 69 Ernst, Douglas, Aberdeen 36 Ernst, Gary, Pierre 69 Ernst, Kathleen, Aberdeen 36, 212 Ernst, Laurel, Pierre 112 Ernst, Sally Erz, Thomas, Aberdeen 112 Eske, Cheryl, Mina 112 ESPERANTO 173 'f Esser, James 88 Etzkorn, Catherine, Pierre 112 Evangelisto, Ann 'Evans, Diane, H. gl P.E. 27,155 Evans, Frank 112 Evans, Michael, Aberdeen 36 Evans, Ronald Evenson, Dennis, Sisseton "Evenson, Jim, Soc. Sci. 25 Evenson, Mary 36 Evien, Gary, Sioux Falls 37,184 230,232,252,285,287 Ewer, Stephen, Aberdeen 88,184, 277 'Ewer, Duane, Business 24 "Ewing, James, Fine Arts 25 +Ewert, John, Ed. 84 Psyc. 26 Eye, James, Kidder 69 FACULTY 20 Fagerhaug, Lennis, Wessington Springs 69 Fagerland, James 37 Fahey, Thomas 37 Fahrni, Robert, Gettysburg 112 Falk, Cindy 112 Fallon, Sr. Ramona FALL PLAY 244 Fargen, Thomas Farnsworth, Pukwana 69 Farris, Jean, Woonsocket 69,178 Fauss, Kenneth Fauth, Roy, Hosmer 112 Fawcett, Anita, Gettysburg 112 Fawcett, Sandra, ReeHeights 69, 190 Fedell, Susan, Rapid City 88, 197 Feickert, Douglas Feickert, Leland, Leola 69 Feiock, Greg, Aberdeen 88 Feiock, Stanley Feist, David, Aberdeen 88 Feld, Nancy Felderman, Barbara, Doland 69, 155,190,297 Feldhaus, Sharon 37 Felix, Theodore, Mission 112 Fellbaum, Cheryl, Webster 112 Fellbaum, Douglas, Webster Feltman, Peggy 88 Fenner, Roberta, Esmond 112 Ferestad, Dennis. Fernholz, Mary, Wessington 69 Fero, Susan, Meadow 88 Feser, Maribeth, Groton 88 Fey, Delbert, Turton 112 Fey, Jan, Cresbard 112 Ferrara, Al 112 Fey, Sidney, Turton 37 Fidel, Sue 193 Fiechtner, Ardith, Monango, ND 88 Fiechtner, Barbara,Java '89 Fiechtner, Joel, Java 69 Fiechtner, Wayne, Monango 89, 149,182 Fiedler, Constance, Selby 112 Fiedler, Mary, Selbv 69 Field, Barry, Hot Springs 37 Fiferlick, Curtis, Henry Finlay, Gregory, Aberdeen 112 "Finley, Julia, Ed. 84 Psyc. 26 Finley, Linda, Washington 132 Finley, Roger, Mansfield 112 Finley, Sharon, Hecla 89,182 Fischback, Paul 37 Fischer, Brian, Aberdeen 112 Fischer, Bondell, Artas 37 Fischer, Connie 37 Fischer, Donna Aberdeen Fischer, Karen, Frederick 89 Fischer, Jane 112 Fischer, Laurence, Aberdeen 112 Fisher, Peggy,McLaughlin 69,190 Fischer, Robert, Emil Fischer, Rosemary 69 Fisher, Donna, Winner 69,202 Fisher, Philip 112 Fisher, Rogene, Watertown 89,202 Fisher, Steve Fitting, Kathleen, Sisseton 89, 193 Fjeldheim, Clarence, Herreid 89 Fjellestad, Tim, Mitchell 69 Flack, Gregory, Aberdeen 69 Fladeboe, Jeffrey, Pierre 112 Flagstad, Judith, Webster 69 Flagstad, Valborg, Aberdeen Flagstad, LeRoy Flahaven, Kathryn 70 Flahaven, Jean, Aberdeen 213 Flahaven, Pamela, Aberdeen 37 Flahaven, Mary 187 Flahaven, Thomas, Aberdeen 70 Flanery, Patricia, Milbank 89 "Flavin, James, Lang. 84 Lit. 22 Flick, Lynne Fliehe, Gordon, Tulare 37,190 Fliehs, Lorin, Claremont 112 Fling, Geraldine, Webster 89 Flynn, Colleen 193 Flippin, Carolyn, Bison 89 Flippin, Jim 37 Foell, Dennis, Sisseton 89 Fogelson, Ronald, Redfield 112 Fogle, Donald, Aberdeen 112,201 Fonder, Craig, Sisseton 89 Fonder, Debra, Sisseton 37 FOOTBALL 276 Ford, Michael, Aberdeen 70 Forest, Randy, Clark 89,294 Forkel, Sharon, Aberdeen 112 Forman, Clarence Forman, Marlin 89 1Fors, Patricia, H. 81 P.E. 27 Fossum, Carly, Aberdeen 190 Fossum, Robert 89 Fossum, Wendell, New Effington 70,149 Foster, Curtis, Britton 70 Fouberg, Glenna Fought, Maynard, Faulkton 37,149 Fox, Jean, Watertown 89 Fox, MaryJo, Webster 37 Fox, Paul, Watertown 37 Fox, Shirley, Sioux Falls 112 Foy, Carol 112 Foy, Mary, Webster 70 " Fracek, Cynthia Fracek, Eugene, Rapid City Francis, Diane, Big Stone City 112 Francis, Thomas, Sioux Falls 70 Frandal, Wendy 182 Fransen, Martin, Aberdeen 70 Frazier, Donald, Aberdeen 37 Fread, Paul, Rockford 38 Fred, Paul 294 Frederick, Robert Fredrickson, Charles, Aberdeen 112 Fredrickson, Curt, Aberdeen 89, 184,272,277 Fredrikson, Andrea, Hudson 89, 178 Freeburg, Sibyl, Watertown 38 Freeman, Albert, Hot Springs 112 Freidel, Mary, Ethan 112,170 French, Dennis 70 French, Larry, Canton 112 French, Marlys 38 French, Marvin, Canton French, Sherrie 89 French, Terry, Waubay 38 Frerichs, Sharon, Milbank 2,112, 204 FRESHMAN ORIENTATION 228 Freser, Maribeth 182 Frey, Michael, Aberdeen 38 Fries, Bonnie, Aberdeen Fries, Pat 89 Friesen, Carol 38 Frink, Cynthia, Mitchell 70,190 Frink, Sandra 113 Fristad, Merle, Letcher 89 Fritz, Marla, Milbank 70 Fritz, Terry, Bath 89,168 Fritza, Joan, Aberdeen 70 Fritzche, Mona 89 Froese, Jacob Froke, Mark, Vienna 113 Fromdahl, Wendy, Bradley 89 Froseth, Nancy, Garretson 89 Frost, Karen 89 Frost, Mary 113 "Foys, Richard, Lang. 81 Lit. 22 Fuhrer, Cheryl, Herreid 70 Fulker, Carol, Aberdeen 38 Fulker, Jean, Bath 113 Fulker, Richard, Aberdeen 89,153, 218 Gab, Dennis, Bowdle Gab, Karen 113 Gabler, Judy 10 ' Paints - Wallpaper - Linoleum Carpeting - Furniture LIBERAL TERMS Estimates Gladly Furnished on Request 18-2nd Ave. S.E. 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Phone 225-0101 Perry's Jewelry Located behind Wallgreen Drug 9 S.W. 2nd Ave. for all your Diamond Needs ENGEL MUSIC SUPPLY 209 South Nlain L I I R.E I I 1122 gl' a I CO' "The Store With The Redwood Front" Business Equipment-Office Machines-Stationery 206 South lVlain Street-Telephone 605!225-5220 ABERDEEN, SOUTH DAKOTA 57401 For the Finest in lVlen's and Boy's Wearing Apparel BATES ADVERTISING Gainok, Aberdeen 'Gainok, E.J., Business 24 Galinat, Penny, Harrold 70 Gallimore, Donald GAMMA DELTA 174 Gangle, Gary Ganje, Diane, Aberdeen 113, 172 Garner, Lois 38 Garrett, Robert 202 Garry, Jon, Salem 70 Garvis, Coleen, Jefferson 113 Gaspar, Dennis, Humboldt 38 GHISS, Billy, Aberdeen 89 Gates, Priscilla, Aberdeen 132 Gates, Ronald, Aberdeen 89,227 Gauer, Susan Geary, Timothy, Conde 35,113 l113l Geary, Virgil 38 Gebhart, Jane, Monango, ND 113, 164 Gebhardt, Jean 113 Gedaros, Calvin 38,213 Gehring, Helen 70 'Gebuhr, Ann, Fine Arts 25 'Gellerman, Frank 21,38 Geier, Charles, Roscoe 38 Geiser, Valerie, Watertown 38 Geist, Gary, Amherst 38 Gentry, Raymond Geppert, Gary, Kimball 70 Gerber, Devern, Aberdeen Gereaux, Robert, Doland 70 Gerharter, Angeline Gerharter, Lonnie, Stratford 38 Gerlach, Dianne, Mitchell 113, 164 Gerth, Richard, Watertown Garcia, Johnny Gibbs, Jeanne, Aberdeen 70 Gibbs, Marsha, Aberdeen 113,155, 260,261 Gibson, Allen, Aberdeen 113 Gibson, Jim 25 Gibson, Madalene, Pierre 144 Gienger, Dennis, Aberdeen 113 Gienger, Donna, Leola 89 Giese, Alan 70 Giese, Carolyn, Mclntosh 38 Giessinger, Jack, Milbank 89 Gilbert, Janice, Hitchcock 70, 157,164,190,204 Gilbert, Zee 113 Gilbsegtson, Barbara, Redfield Gilbertson, Marlys, Roslyn 70 Gill, Gregory 39 Gill, Lance Gill, Keith, Aberdeen Gill, Paul Gillen, Carla, White Lake 89 Gillen, Joan, White Lake 113 Gillette, Gaylord, Wessington Springs Gillick, Mary, Ipswich 70 Gilman, David, Mellette 113 Gimbel, Beverly, Miller 113 Glaesman, Charles Glanzer, Nadine, Carpenter 39 Glendenning, Joan, Arlington 39 Glenn, Cindy Glenn, Gregory, Sioux Falls 89 Glenn, John Sioux Falls 113,204 Glodd, Daniel 113 Glover, Kay, Sisseton 70 Glover, Robert, Frederick 39, 164,182 Glynn, Larry Godfrey, Charles, Aberdeen 89 Godkin, Faye, Mobridge 132 Godkin, Kathy 113 Goebel, James, Miranda 90 Goebel, Mary, Gettysburg 70 Goehner, Wes, Aberdeen 70 Goehring, Donna, Aberdeen Goehring, James, Long Lake 39, 157 Goehring, Patricia, Delmont 113, 172,216 Goehring, Wilbur, Aberdeen 90 Goergen, Rodney 113 Goetz, Diane, Java 70 Gohn, Richard, Aberdeen 39 GOLDEN Z 145 GOLF 266 Golz, Craig, Aberdeen 113 Goodman, David, Lemmon 113 Goodroad, Sandra, Sioux Falls 90,178 Goodspeed, Scott, Aberdeen 113 Gorder, Mary, Aberdeen 113 Gorder, Pamela, Aberdeen Gorman, Daniel, Tyndell 40 Gosch, Dean 113 Gottschalk, Sharyl, Oakes, ND 1 13 Gould, Marie, Colman 40 Grabenbauer, James, Aberdeen 70 Graber, Daniel 113 Grablander, Gregory 'Grabowska, Dr. Melvin, Ed. 84 Psyc. 26 Graeber, Eric, Bridgewater 90 Graf, David 40 Graf, Lucille 132 Graf, Rene, Milbank 40 Graf, Steven, Milbank 90,184 238,272,277 Grafton, David, Colorado Springs CO 90,168,271 Grage, James, Timber Lake 41,146 Grand, Stephen, Aberdeen 113 Grandpre, James, Aberdeen 113 Grandpre, Paula, Conde 90 Grandpre, Steve, Conde Graves, Kathryn, Watertown 90 Grav, Lyle, Sioux Falls 70 Grebel, Winfield, Parker 132 Green, Peggy, Lake Preston 40, 230,232 Greeno, Cynthia, Leola 90,178 Greer, Ginny 187 Greer, James, Neodesha 90 Greiser, Greg, Aberdeen 113 Greiser, Nancy 113 Greiser, Olga, Aberdeen 90 Grewing, Dale, Watertown 70,184 'Griebe, Fred, Social Science 25 Griese, Lezlee, Lake City, 90 Griffith, Marilyn, Watertown 113 Grismer, Benedict, Hosmer 4C Gross, Delane, Miller 40 Gross, Dean, Aberdeen 70 Gross, Donald 90 Gross, James, Shields, ND 90 Gross, Kim, Eureka 90 Gross, Kathy 227 Gross, Perry, Huron 40 Gross, Sharon 90 Gross, Wanda 90 Grote, Terry, Aberdeen Groth, Randall 114 Grove, Gary, Lead 90,184,272, 283 Grover, Armour Gruba, Carol, Webster 114 Grubhs, Terry 114 Gruby, Betty, Grenville Gruenhagen, Rae, Wentworth 71 Grunewaldt, Kenneth, Orient 40 Gudmastad, Pam, Howard 90 Gudmundson, Yvonne, Milbank 40 Guhin, Jeannette Guhin, Diana, Sioux Falls 114, 164 Guhin, Paul, Aberdeen 90 Guidice, Joyce 114 Gulbranson, Valjean 114 Guse, Gregory, Sioux Falls 114 Guse, Linda, Sioux Falls 40 Gustafson, Diane, Pierre 71,156 Gustafson, Wynn 146 Guthmiller, Terry GYPSY DAY 230 Haag, Eugene, Lemmon 114 Haaland, Perry, Redfield 90 Habeck, Erwin 90 Hadrick, Robert, Faulkton 71 Haffeman, Lee, Aberdeen 114 Hafner, Dorothy, Parkston 40 Hafner, Judith, Parskton 90 Hagel, Debbie 182 Hagemann, Thomas Hagen, Glenn, Britton 40 Hagen, DuAnn, Hot Springs 90,172, 193,216 Hagen, Harriet 42 Hagen, Larry Hagenlock, Marie, Gettysburg 90 Hagen, Sandra 114 Hahn, Randall, Delmont114 Haiar, Thomas, Alexandria 114 Haider, Richard,114 "Haigh, William, Sci. 81 Math. 23 Haines, Rhonda, White Lake 114 Haliburton, Dennis, Milbank 40 Hall, Carmen, Gettysburg 114 Hall, Larry, Orient 114 Hall, Peggy, Onida114 Hallberg, Cecile, Milbank 114 'Halley, Dr. Patrick, Soc. Sci. 25 Halling, Nickolas, Watertown 90 Hallstrom, Marlene, Aberdeen 40, 182 Hallstrom, Thomas, Webster 40, 149 Halverson, Lee 90 Halvorson Beverly, Aberdeen 71 Halvorsen, Anne, Webster 114 Halvorson, Nancy, Aberdeen 71, 178 Hammer, Bruce 90 Hammond, Daniel, Ipswich Hammond, lVlark, Pierre 71 Hammrich, Terry, Milbank 114 Hammrich, Thomas, Milbank 114 "Hamre, Mavis, Fine Arts 25 Handley, Scott, Lead 114 Hanks, Gordon, White Lake 90 Hanks, Yvonne, Watertown 90 Hannemann, Nancy 114 Hansen, Betty 71 Hawkins, Larry 42 Hayes, Charles 115 Hayes, Water, Aberdeen 91 Heagley, Henry, Wetonka 115 Heath, Marcella, Grenville 132 Heavirland, Joyce, Huron 115 Hedstrom, Lola, Hettinger 71 Heezen, Dale, Plankington 71 Heezen, Harriett 11 'Heffernan, Frank, Ed. gl Psyc. 27 Heffner, Stanley, Huron 91,204 Heibel, Betty, Leola 91,164 Heiam, Roberta, Mitchell 115 Heien, Janice, Onida 91 Heilman, Thomas, Eureka Heim, Patricia, Pierre 42,212 Hein, Steven 'Heim, Warren, Sci. 81 Math. 23 Heinrich, Keith, Aberdeen 71 Heintzman, Jill, Aberdeen 115,297 Helfinstine, Lonny, Lake Preston 1 15 Helgeson, Cheri, Aberdeen 115 Heller, Sandy, Lead 115 Helm, Bradley, Revillo 42,157 Hendrickson, Donald 115 Hendrickson, Kathie, Aberdeen 42 Hendry, Steve, Colman 115 Hansen, Frances, Aberdeen 114 Hansen, Gary 40 Hansen, Larry Hansen, Linda, Madison 71,156 Hansen, Phyllis, Mission 90 Hansen, Peggy, Sioux Falls 71, 167 Hansen Richard Summit 40 Hansen, Terri, Gettysburg 90 'Hansen, Tom, Lang. 81 Lit. 22 Hansen, Virginia Hansen, Wynnie 115 Hanson Hanson , Betty 261 , Garry, Waubay 71 Hanson, Elaine, Mission Hill Hanson Kenneth,Jr. Hanson, Bob, Watertown 40 Hanson, Kathryn, Aberdeen 91 Hanson, Kristin, Rapid City 115 Hanson, Hanson, Ronald, Ipswich 71 Clark, Sioux Falls Hanson, Garry, Waubay 91 Hanson, Ricky, Waubay 115 'Hanson, Myrle, Dean of Men 21 Hanson, Stephen, Clear Lake 91, 277 Hanson, Vicki, Aberdeen 91 Hanthorn, Jacklyn, Watertown 71 Hardina, James, Aberdeen 115 Hare, Caroline, Aberdeen Hare, Kathleen, Aberdeen 91,261 Harlow, John, Redfield Harmel, Michael 41 Harmon, Tom 41 Harms, Marlin, Stockholm 115,184 Harper, Saundra, Ellsworth AFB 1 15,172 Harr, Marjoria, Aberdeen 41 'Harrington, Dr. Harvey, Business 24 Harris, Deborah, Sioux Falls 41 Harris, John, Britton Harrison, Paul, Jr. Harrison, Vergene, Groton 71 Hart, Bruce, Frederick 71 Hartberg, Rocky, Langford 115 Hartung, Matthias, Aberdeen 115 Hartung, Paul 115 Hartwig, Gary, Huron 71 Harty, Kenneth, Aberdeen Harvey, Voleta, Brookings 115,293 Haskins, Patricia, Onida 91 Hass, Diane l-lasvold, Barbara, Aberdeen Hathaway, Bruce, Hitchcock 71 Hatle, Darlis, Aberdeen 115 Hauck, Comfort, Aberdeen 42 Hauck, James 42 Haug, Richard 115 'Haussman, Courtney, Ed. 84 Psyc. 27 Hatzenbeller, Michael, Aberdeen 115 Hatzenbeller, Judith, Aberdeen 71 Haussman, Cheryl, Aberdeen Hausvik, Robert, Kimball Havlik, James, Aberdeen 91 Hawkins, Darrel, Aberdeen 71,170 Henning, Kenneth Henning, Susan, Grenville 91 Henrichsen, William, Butler 91 Henrichsen, John, Butler 146 Hentz, Cynthia, Hankinson Herbst, Rebecca, Dimock 71 Hering, Richard, Aberdeen 115 Herman, Bruce, Conde 71 Herman, Kathy, Timber Lake 42, 156,182 Hermsen, Robbin, Canton 91 . Herr, Julie, Aberdeen 115 Herr, Jacalyn, Webster 115,297 Herrman, Jayn Hertel, Stanley, McLaughlin 71 Herther, Brad, Aberdeen 115 Herther, Marsha, Pierre 71 ,1 56 Herzog, Cliff, Watertown Herzog, Linda, Watertown 71 Hesla, Mary, Wakonda 71 Hesla, Pamela, Webster 115 Hess, James, Clark 71,212 , Hess, Marg 164 Hess, Michael, Clark 115 Hettich, Lanette, Java 92,172,193 Hettich, LaDean, Java 71 Hetzel, Don, Jr., Jefferson 115 Heupel, Barbara, Aberdeen 92 Hewitt, Alan, Claremont 115 Hickelman, Armin 175 , Hickenbotham, David, Aberdeen 115 Hickenbotham, Terry 115 'Hickman, Jack, Soc. Sci. 25 Hieb, Dale, Ipswich 72 Hieb, Joel, Chamberlain 115 Hieb, Londa, Hosmer115 Hieb, Marla, Rapid City 115 Hieb, Sheila, Aberdeen 92 Hileman, James Hilgemann, Julie, Leola115 Hill, Anna, Ellendale, ND Hill, Denise, Amherst 92,204 Hill, Eileen, Sioux Falls 116 Hill, Mavis 116 Hill, Wayne, Ellendale, ND Hilmoe, Alexis, Tolstoy 42 Hilsendeger, JoAnn, Aberdeen 116 Hilt, Carol, Mobridge116 Hilt, Michael, Mobridge 42 Hilton, Jane, Mitchell 116 Hiluma, Tom 144 Hinds, Barbara, Aberdeen 116 Hinds, Leslie, Aberdeen 42 Hinkelman, Armin, Waubay 116 Hinker, Colleen, Woonsocket 42,220 Hinker, Sister Margaret, Rapid City 42,220 Hinman, Barbara, Carter 92 Hinrichs, Jan, Claremont 42,116 Hisek, Donna Hixon, Harry, Aberdeen 92 Hobson, Melissa, Flandreau 92,156, 193 Hocghkammer, Dennis, Manitowoc, WI 2 Hoerth, Joyce Hoerth, Natalie, Aberdeen 72 Hofer, Karen, Hitchcock Hofer, Karen 72 Hofer, Rodney, Yale 92 INDEX 311 MODERN BANKING FACILITIES FOR NORTHERN SOUTH DAKOTA , , , ' , , ., - 7 , V ,Z TZ' E 52 2 2 l ina. xii 2 2 af ik? nz -Zh! . ,Q 'V ks? Zi 96 ,Z W 454 24 J Q A 2. or ABERDEEN MEMBER F.D.I.C. 'I' WI, III ' II ,,g st 'I III' II I IIIUIIIIW' Branches: Britton-Groton-Hecla-MIIbank-Mobridge-Redfield-East Aberdeen ADVERTISING Hoff, Rick Hoffer, Delmer Hoffman, Aaron, Aberdeen 116 Hoffman, Jenette 42 Hoffman, Kathryn, Wetonka 116 Hoffman, Patricia, Leola 116 Hohn, Curtis, Mitchell 42,204 Hogie, Philip, Morris Hoing, Holly 116 Hoing, Patrick, Kimball 42,216 Hokanson, Tom 42 Holdhusen, Christine, Aberdeen 92 Holdhusen, Dan, Aberdeen 92 Holber, Dave 42 Holida, Bruce Holland, David, Ipswich 92 Holland, Perry 157 Holland, Richard, Langford 92,216 Holle, David, Sioux Falls 92 Holm, Karen, Clark 42 Holman, John, Aberdeen 116 Holmes, Jeanne, Rapid City 116 Holmes, Jill, Bath 92 Holmes, Michele, Mitchell 72 Holmstrom, Eunice Holsing, Randy, Wecota 92,168 Holsing, Shari, Ipswich 92 Holt, Dale, Cresbard 116 Holthus, James, Woonsocket 43,159 Holty, Monte, Aberdeen 72,168 Honaker, Laurie, Eastsound, WA 43 Hook, Terry, Aberdeen 116 Hoops, Donald, Groton 72 Hoover, John, Onida 43,277 Hopf, Cherlyn, Warner 116 Hopp, Claudia, Sioux Falls 72, 167,168,257 Horan, Dale, Aberdeen 43 Horn, Clark, Burke 92 Horn, Cynthia, Burke 43 Horn, Judy, Mobridge 116 Horneber, William, Sisseton 43 Horst, Terry 92 Horter, Kenneth, Bristol 43 Horstman, Joanne, Mitchell 116 Hosley, David, Putney 116 Hossle, Dwight, Hamill 116,277 Hottman, Donavon, Gettysburg 43 Hottmann, Randall, Aberdeen 116 Houge, Mariorie, Santa Monica, CA 132 Houston, Barb 182 Hove, Marcene, Sioux Falls 44 Hover, Gary, Clear Lake 92 'Hoover, Muriel, Ed. gl Psyc. 27 Hovland, Marie Howard, Mike 146 Howe, Michael, Highmore 72 Howell, Brian, Aberdeen 92 Howell, Patricia Huber, Gregory, Lowry 92,149 Huber, Perry Hughes, Leila 116 Hukki, Bonnie, Rapid City 72 Hullinger, Colleen, Vivian 116 Hull, Wendy,132 "Humann, Lyman, Business 24 Hummel, Dorita, Sioux Falls 92 Hummel, Francis, Hague, ND 132 Hundstad, James, Bath 72,170 Hunstad, John, Aberdeen 92 Hunt, Linda, 44 Hunter, Donald Watertown 72 Hupke, Carlton, Langford 72,277, 184 Hurlbut, Geneva, Huntington Beach CA 44 Hurley, John, Milbank 72,268,277, 184 Huston, Barbara, Kennebec 116 Huston, Diane 44 Huss, Michael Hutchings, Evan, Rapid City 94 'Hutchinson, Bettie, Lang. 84 Lit. 22 'Hutchinson, Robert, Lang. 84 Lit. 22 Huyck, Barb 92 Hyde, Paul, Onida 92 Hylle, Kathleen, Custer 92 Imberi, Marilyn 72 Imberi, Paul Imberi, Roger, Aberdeen 72 lmbery, Ronald, Aberdeen 92 lmbery, Susan 116 Immel, Jennifer, Sioux Falls 92 Imrie. Robert 92 INTRAMURALS 262 INDUSTRIAL ED. 1 76 Isaacson, Robert, Redfield 72 Isdal. Helen lstratescu, Madelaine, Lead 92,153 218 .. . lten, John, Aberdeen 'lversen, Dr. Carl G. 27 lversen, Janet, White River 44 Iverson, Susan, Milbank 92 Jackson, Charlotte, Salem 44, 220,230,261 Jackson, Winifred, Waubay 116 Jacobs, David, Worthing 116 Jacobs, Robert, Alpena 132 Jacobson, Karen, Bristol 72 Jacobson, Kenneth, Mitchell 116 Jacobson, Myrlene, Bristol 92 'Jahnke, Dr. Wendell 19 Jakober, Charles Jakober, Donald, Eureka 92 James, Dennis, Pierre 72 Jameson, Corinne, Mclntosh 44, 182 Janes, Dallas 116 Janisch, Joyce, Hoven 116 Janish, Karen , Waubay 92 Janish, Larry, Kimball 72,157 Jankauskas, Janette, Aberdeen 92 Jans, Carolyn 72 Janusz, Mary, Aberdeen 92,156, 197 Janzen, Diane, Canistota 116 Jarman, JoAnn, Huron 72,178 Jarding, James 44 "Jasinski, Dr. Harold, Business 24 Jasmer, Gerald, Aberdeen 92 Jasmer, Richard Jaspers, Karen, Eden 116 Jassmann, Arthur, Pierre 44,149 Johnson, Patricia L., Canton 116, 260 Johnson, Palmer, Roslyn 73 'Johnson, Ralph 21 Johnson, Randa Johnson, Robert, Aberdeen 73 Johnson, Roger, Gettysburg 116 - "Johnson, Ronald, Business 24 Johnson, Scott 184 Johnson, Steven, Russel, Faulkton 92 Johnson, Tyrone, Aberdeen 73 Johnson, Virginia, Sioux Falls 73 Johnson, Vincent, Canton 132 Johnston, C. Scott, Aberdeen 73, 268 Johnston, Kerry 44 Jones, Chester 44 Jones, David, Pierre 73 Jones, Gregory, Mitchell 117 Jones, Jeanne, Flandreau 92 Jones, Larry 93 Jones, Mike, Frankfort Jones, John Jones, Michael 117 Jones, Stephen, Aberdeen 117 Joneson, Michael, Dell Rapids 117 Jongeling, Bill, Castlewood 117 Jons, Paula, Bonesteel 117 Jorgenson, Cindi, Waubay 93 Jorgensen, Craig 44 Jorgenson, Donald, Castlewood 117 Josephsen, Karen 44 Josewski, Jerome 132 Jostad, Thomas, Watertown 73 Josten, David, Sioux Falls 73,204 Jovonovich, John Joy, John, Sioux Falls 93 Joyce, Donald, Redfield 45 Joyce, Michael, Refield 45 Juhnke, Lona, Parkston 117 Julian, Gay 93 Julian, Michael, Flandreau 117 Jeffries, Deborah, Ft. Pierre 92 Jenner, Candace, Aberdeen 72 Jenner, Mitchell92 Jensen, Barbara, Pierre 92 Jensen, Cathy 72 . Jensen, Dennis, Watertown 92, 182,208 Jensen, Don 92 Jensen, Janice, Brookings Jensen, Madalene 72,213 Jensen, Maw, Canton Jensen J anice, Barnard 72 Jenson, Nancy, Faulkton 116 Jerde, Loren, Langford 44 Jerde, Larry, Aberdeen 72 Jerde, Susan, Langford 44 'Jirouch, Dr. Jan 27 Jocks, Martin Joens, Douglas 116 Johannse n, Robert, Aberdeen 116 Johns, Mary, Aberdeen 116 Johns, Theresa, Aberdeen 44 Johnson, Carol, Aberdeen 92 Johnson, Clarabeth Johnson, Connie, Revillo Johnson, David, Roslyn 92 Johnson, Dennis, Webster 72 Johnson, Debra,.Homer 116 Johnson, Gene, Aberdeen 44 Johnson, Gerald, Sturgis 116 Johnson, Jeanne 155 Johnson, David 116 Johnson, Jan 190 Johnson, Glenn Jr. 92 Johnson, Jean, Lake Norden 92, 190 Johnson, Jerri, White Lake 116, 268 Johnson, Kenwood, Alpena 73 J0hnS0f1.Kristine 'Johnson, Dr. Lloyd 21 Johnson, Lynnette, Redfield 73,156 182 Johnson, M. Aberdeen 73 Johnson, Margaret, DeSmet 44 Johnson, Marlin 73 Johnson, Margaret, DeSmet Johnson Mark Roscoe 116183 Johnson, Maurice, Abeifdeen '73 Johnson, Melvin, Sioux Falls 44 "Johnson, Meritt, Fine Arts 25 Johnson, Mitchell, Aberdeen 116 Johnson, Nathan, Columbia 116 Johnson, Patricia, Yankton 116 Junkman, Joseph, Blunt 45 Junkman, Mary, Blunt, 73,178 Jungwirth, Virginia, Zell 45 Junod, Peter, Herrick 93 Jurgens, James, Wilmot 73 Jurgens, Jeanne, Wilmot 93 Kaarup, Barbara, Wakonda 45,157 Kahler, Martin, Aberdeen 117 Kaiser, Norma, Winner 117 Kalman, Joellen, Faulkton 117 Kallenberger, Erno, Aberdeen 117 Kalvels, Vibletta, Mobridge 117 Kambestad, Loren, Bristol 93, 184,268,269,275 Kane, Constance, Edgemont 117 KAPPA DELTA PI 148 Kapphahn, Diane, Webster 93,260 Kappler, Charlene, Webster 45 KARATE 294 Kargleder, George, Big Stone 45 Karim, Agnes, Adams, MN 45 'Karim, Raj, Sci. 81 Math 23 Karlen, Gerald, Columbia 73 Karnopp, Richard, Groton 168, 212 Karringan, Dave, Aberdeen 93 Karrigan, Jo Ann, Aberdeen 73 Karrigan, Lynnette, Sioux Falls 45 "Karsky, David, Business 24 Karst, Marcia, Lowry, 93,178,230 Karst, Kenneth, Peever 73 Karst, Richard, Hoven 73 Kary, Vaughn, Eureka 117,277 Kasperson, Linda, Huron 45,178 230 Kasperson, Thomas 117 Kaufman, Linda 182 Kaufman, Sandra, Oldham 118 Kaul, Charles Kaup, Mary, Hoven 45 Kaup, Annette, Hoven 93 Kautzman, Ray, Mandan 132 Kay, Paula, Wilmot 93 Kayl, Clenten Kayl, Doreen Kayl, Patricia Kayser, Cynthia, Platte 118 Kazz, R. 268 Keeton, Edwin, Wessington Springs 45,146 Kegler, Diane, Athol 73 Kegler, Jerome, Faulkton 93 Keiger, Curt 184 Keiser, Leo, Watertown 73 Keiz, Patty 182 Keller, Frances 118 Keller, Kathy, Glencross 93 Keller, Laura, Glencross 93 Keller, Leann 118 "Keller, Mary, Lang. 84 Lit. 22 Kellison, Charles 45 Kellogg, Bill, Pierre 118 Kelly, Bruce, Milbank 73 Kelly, Dennis, Clark 118 Kelly, Nancy 118 Kelly, Thomas, Aberdeen 93 Kemnitz, Jean, Aberdeen 73 Kempton, Betty, Peever, 170 Kendall, Carol, Ellendale, ND 73, 155,190 Kennealley, Dona, Raymond 118 Kennell, Brad,Aberdeen 93 Kenton, Michael, Mitchell 118 Kenyon, Lonny 46 Kenzy, Karol, Iona 73 Kerl, Brenda, Aberdeen 93 Kern, Lenor 118 Kervin, Mark, Aberdeen 118 Kettering, Richard, Andrews, AFB MD 118 Keyes, Daniel, Sioux Falls 73 Keyes, Kathy 118 Keyser, Kirby Kezar, Michael, Aberdeen Kezar, Richard, Aberdeen 94 Kidwiler, Mary, Brookings 73, 204 Kiesow, Rick, Sioux Falls 73, 283 Kiesz, Jeanne Kiesz, Patricia, Hosmer 73,156 Kiger, Curtis, Sioux Falls 73, 283 Kilber, Joy, Roscoe 118 King, Beverly, St. James, MN 73 "King, Donald, Ed. 84 Psyc. 27 King, Ginger 45 King, Patricia, Aberdeen 73 King, Robert, Kennebec 45 Kinney, Marla, Sioux Falls 118 Kinsley, Marilyn 46 Kinstad, Lois 73 Kinyon, Lonny, Plankinton Kirchgasler, Kenneth, Aberdeen 1 18 Kirkgasler, John, Aberdeen 118 Kirkpatrick, Brenda 73 Kirkpatrick, Patrick Kirkpatrick, Peter Kirschenmann, Neva Kirschenmann, Deborah, Aberdeen 84,156,182,197 Kirschenmann, Allan, Aberdeen 1 18 Kirschenmann, Marlin, Aberdeen "Kirschemann, Dr. Wilmer, Fine Ar 25 Kirschman, Kim, Aberdeen 94 Kirschman, Melany, Aberdeen 94 Kissner, Wilbert, Aberdeen 94 Kjenstad, Linda, Brandt 118 Klapproat, Leroy 146 Klatt, Bruce, Hazel 46 Klaudt, Lavonne, Menno 73,164 Kleeman, Elizabeth, Webster 118 Klein, Daniel, Hoven 46 Klein, David, Aberdeen 118 Klein, Jean, Sioux Falls 46 Klein, Rudolf, Aberdeen 94 Klein, William, Aberdeen 94 Kleinsasser, Paula, Aberdeen 118 'Kline, Richard, Lang. 84 Lit. 22 Kline, Terry, Leola 118 Klinkhammer, Wesley, Mitchell 94 Klogber, Kathleen, Sioux Falls 3 Klosterman, David, Sioux Falls 46,167 Klosterman, Harold, Sioux Falls 118,167 Kluckman, Darlene, Herreid 467 Kludt, Shirley, Alpena 73,297,190 K-MATES 178 Knapp, Heila 118 Knapp, James, Aberdeen 46 Knapp, Sheila, Eureka Knaus, Darla, Twin Brooks 118 Knebel, Dale 202 Knudsen, Curtis, Rosholt 118 INDEX ts cmus mlm n r I The Little Store With Everything "Aberdeen's Largest Hardware Store" 1201 S. lVlain 225-3482 - "Andy" Westra, Owner I I Monday - Saturday 9-10 Sunday 12-O I Holidays 12-6 - Ph. 225-9320 Aberdeen S. 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Debra, Summit 120 Long, Thomas Longbrake, Carol, Highmore 120 Loof, Mary, Corona 120 Loomis, Ronald, Aberdeen 120 Lorenz, Gerald Losacker, Nancy, Aberdeen 95 Launsbury, Loren, Huron 95 Lovo, Thea, Pollick 74 Loveland, Jane,Sioux Falls 74, Lowary, Gary, Aberdeen 95 Lowary, John, Claremont 120 Lowe, Patrice, Bryant 95 Lowell, Linda, Sioux Falls 74, 178,212 Lower, Joe 95 Lowman, Craig, Sioux Falls 48 Luce, David, Aberdeen 48 Luce, Robert, Aberdeen 48 Luckey, Mark 120 'Lauver, James, Fine Arts 25 Lawhon,Terry 48 Lawrence, Carmel, Watertown 119 'Lawton, Richard, Soc, Sci. 26 Layton, Diane, Frederick 74 Leao, Marsha, Sioux Falls 48 Leckner, Jane L. 119 Lee, Ann, Wessington Springs 48 Lee, Deanna, Winner Lee, Donna, Eagle Butte Lee, Donald 119 "Lee, Harvey, Lang, 84 Lit. 22 Lee, Margaret, Wessington Springs 94 Lee, Marilyn, Aberdeen 144 Lee, Thomas, Yankton 94 Lehr, Allen, Aberdeen Lehr, Dave, Aberdeen 119 Lehr, Diane 74 Lehr, Robert, Aberdeen 132 Leibel, Marice, White River 119 165,172 Leitheiser, Linda, Emery 94 Lekness, Keith, Sisseton 94,214 Lemke, Paula 119 Lemke, Keith 132 Lemler, Nancy Lemmon, Bobbie, Andover 119 Lengkeek, Steven, Volga Lenthan, Michael 74 Lentz, Richard Lentz, Rollo, Watertown 119 Leonard, Jane, Aberdeen 48 Leonard, Jerry Leonard, William, Mobridge 94 Lesnar, Lorraine Letsche, Curtis 94 Leuning, John, Sioux Falls 119 Leuning, Karen 95 Leuning, Leon 95 Levi, Evangeline, Aberdeen 48 Levsen, Michael, Aberdeen 48,216 Lewis, Kaye 95 Lewis, Kent, Sioux Falls 74 Libis, Leonard Libner, Larry, Presho 48 Likness, Claudia 95,178 Liedtke, Brian, Wessington Springs 132 Lien, Edith 74 Lien, Gregory, Stickney 74 Lier, Joyce, Canton 48 Likness, Van, Langford 74 Linafelter, Diane, Wessington Springs 74 'Lindgren, Lora, H. 81 P.E. 27 Lindhorst, Judy Lingor, Dan, Aberdeen 184,268 Lingor, Douglas, Aberdeen 119 Link, Doris, Delmont 119,175 Luce, Wilma 187 Lueb, Eugene, Ipswich 120 Luitjens, Cheryl Luitjens, Mark, Britton 95 Luitjens, Marlyce, Aberdeen 95 Luckey, 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Stephen 120 Manso, Nellie 170 Margeson, Peggy, Roscoe 74 Marion, Mark, Pierre 50 Mardian, Wayne 74 Mark, Randal, Centerville 120 Markhardt, Timothy, White Lake 7 Markley, Sherie 120 Marko, Keith Bath 4 Marks, Keith 95 Markve, Mary, Watertown 50 Markve, Robert, Webster 95 Marlette, Corrine, Aberdeen 50 Marlette, David, Redfield 74 Marlette, Jodeen, Redfield 120 Marquardt, Bill, Salem 120 Marsh, Dean 50,268 Marshall, Harry, E. Liverpool, OH 50 Marso, Nellie, Highmore 120 Martens, Janice, Bancroft 120 Martinez, Daniel, Edgemont 95 Martz, Karen, Aberdeen 74 lf ' Marvel, Bradley, Aberdeen 50 Marzenell, Claude, Aberdeen 95 Mason, Frank, Philip 120 Mason, Gerry, Highmore 95 Mason, Linda, Frankfort 120,173 Mason, Sandy 182 MASOUERS 180 Mastel, Angela Mater, Wanda 293 Mathern, Ann, Aberdeen Mathey, Beverly, White Lake 120 Mathey, Renee, Platte 120 Matkins, Richard, Lennox, 95,212 Matz, Erick, Aberdeen 95 'Mauseth, James 22 Maxon, George Maxon, Julie, Lemmon 120,214 Maxwell, Donna, Aberdeen 50 May,Kimball 120 May, Marlin, Stickney 95 May, Mary 120 May, Robert, Mobridge 120 May, Vernon Mayer, Brenda, Aberdeen 50 Mayer, Dale Mayer, Roger, Aberdeen 74 Mayer, Wanda, Aberdeen Maynes, Paula McAdaragh, Patricia, DeSmet 74 McAreavey, Lois McAreavey, James, Ed. 81 Psyc. 27 'McArthur, Grace, Fine Arts 25 McAtee, R. 74 McCarriar, Sharon, Castlewood 30, 155 McClure, Michael, Aberdeen 120 McDaniel, Kerry McDermott, Susan, Highmore 120 McDermott, Dennie 57 McDonnell, Teah, Highmore 120 McDougall, Laura 74 McEhane, Jim 218 McElhone, James, Aberdeen 95 McFarland, Daniel, Sturgis 95 McGarry, Timothy, Aberdeen 120 McGinnis, Marcia, Ellendale, ND 95.261 McGinnis, Mark, Aberdeen 50 McGough, Thomas 74 McGirr, Dee 51 McGirr, Dennis 51 McGregor, David, Aberdeen 30 Mclntyre, Shari, Redfield 74 McKee, Bruce, White River 95 McKibben, Douglas, DeSmet 74 McKinley, Ron 51 McKittrick, Margaret 95 McLaughlin, Gayle 95 McLaughlin, Donald, Highmore 120 McLaughlin, Roberg McMahon, Donna, Lisbon, ND 74 McManus, Cheryl, Watertown 95,173 McMasters, Paul, Lake Preston 95 McMillan, Thomas 120 McNeill, John, Sioux Falls 51 McNickIe, Marshall 120 McNeary, Paul 132 McOuilIen, Elizabeth, Aberdeen 74 McTague, Carol 187 McTague, Ronald, Aberdeen 51 Meekins, Thomas, Mitchell 120 Mees, Karla, Alpena 120 Meester, Lavonne, Willow Lake 51 Mehlbrech, Daniel, Salem 120 Mehlbrech, Bonnie, Sioux Falls 51 Mehlberg, Margaret Mehlhaff, Char1Es', Aberdeen 74 Meidinger, Wayne, Eureka 51 Meidinger, Diane 187 Meininger, James, Herreid 51 Meidinger, Susan, Aberdeen Meier, John 95 Meisburg, Bard 193 Mejia, Olga, Castlewood 120,173 INDEX ' Webb Shoe Co. 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Sci. 26 'Miller, Dr. Gertrude, Sci. 84 Math 23 Miller, Edwin Miller, Gregory, White Lake 51 Miller, Henry, Aberdeen Miller,H. 74 Miller, Jerry, Wessington 96,176 l Miller, Judy, Watertown 121,190 Miller, Lee, Aberdeen 96 Miller, Linea, Frankfort 74,167 Miller, Laurie 121 Miller, Luke Miller, Patricia, Stickney 74 Miller, Miller, Miller, Miller Robin, Chamberlain 74 Sue, White Lake 74 Wayne, Aberdeen 121 William Frederick 51 Morey, Darrold, Redfield 52,116 148,176 Morey, Jane, Aberdeen Morgan, Michael, Huron 96 Mork, Shelby, Watertown 52 Morrisey, Michael, Aberdeen 96 Morrison, Donna, Sturgis 75 Morrison, Karen Morrissey, Judy, Huron 75 Mors, Paul,Watertown 75 Mortirnore, Charles, Plankinton 122 Morton, Eugene Mosey, Rick 122 Mount, Robert Mriden, Lorna, Sioux Falls 122 Mueller, Gary, Mt. 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Moe, Pamela. Colman 75 Moeckly, Kirk, Britton 146 Pederson, Calvin, New Effington 77 'Moen, Harvey, Fine Arts 25 Mogen, James Mohr, Bernice 75 Mohr, Betty 75 Molseed, Tim, Aberdeen 75,227 Molskness, Lilliam, Colman 75 Vlonson, Allan, Aberdeen 52 Vlonson, Charles 96 Montague, Joan 96 Montgomery, Julie, Aberdeen 52 Moon, Kenneth 52 Moore, Charles, Aberdeen 75 Moore, Clara, Lebanon 75 Moore, Delores 75 Moore, Kathryn, Miller 96,164 Moore, Terry 52 Neill, Richard, Clark 96 Neiswag, Diana 193 Nelsen , Nelson, Paul, Sioux Falls 75 Alice, Plankinton 53 Nelson, Betty, Langford 75 Nelson, Carol Nelson Dave, Hills, MN 75 Nelson Debra 122 Nelson Dennis, Sisseton 75 Nelson Douglas, Colman 75 Nelson Emma Nelson, Gary, Frederick 75 Nelson, Gary, Aberdeen 122 Nelson, Henry, Aberdeen 53 "Nelson, James, Sci. 84 Math. 23 Nelson, Irene 96 Nelson, Jeanene, Aberdeen 122 Nelson, JoAnne, Sisseton 96 Nelson, Joseph, Ft. Pierre 122 Nelson, Keith, Houghton Nelson, Kristie 96 Nelson, Michael, Fullerton 122 Nelson, Mary, Yankton Nelson, Mike, Sisseton 76 Nelson, Nelson, Nelson, Michael, Sisseton 122 Randy 96,277 Raymond, Langford 76 Nelson, Richard, Jr., Martin 76, Nikolas, Kay, Aberdeen 122 Nikolas, Ron, Aberdeen 53 Nissen, Deborah, Reliance 76 Nitzschke, Kathleen, Rock Rapids, IA 76 Nixon, Kerry, Frederick 76 Nohava, James, Aberdeen 97 Noeldner, Deanna 97 Norfolk, Dave, Selby, 122 Norfolk, Donald, Selby 53 Norfolk, Robert, Selby 76 NORTHERN DAMES 187 N CLUB 184 NSC FLYING CLUB 183 "'Norquist, Richard, Lang. 8: Lit. 22 Nook, E. 268 North, Carol, Murdo 76 Novak, Linda, Winner 122 Novak, Darlene, Winner 76 l Novak, Donald, Redfield 76 Nowak, Joanita 122 Nuhsbaumer, JoAnn, Zell 122 Mushbaumer, Sandy 97 Nyberg, Sherwin 122 Nygaard, Cindy, Barnard 122 Oaklnand, JoAnne 187 Oaklnd, Michael, Canton 53 Oakland, Sandra Oakes, Steven Oberlander, Dennis, Aberdeen 97 Ochsner, James, Artas 53 Ochsner, Kent, Mobridge Ochner, Jerald 97 Ochsner, Pamela, Aberdeen 97,204 Ochs, Jerry Odegaard, Sandra, Aberdeen 53 Odell, Charles, Camp Crook Odenbach, James, Greenway 97 Odgen, Douglas 146 Odland, Vicki, Mitchell 122 Odle, Larw, Belle Fourche 76 Odonnell, Gail, Orient 76 Odonnell, Kae, Mellette 76 Oehlerking, Judith, Highmore 53 Ogan, Michael Ogren, Dianne, De Smet 76 Ogren, Linda, De Smet 7,122 Qhleen, Barbara, Aberdeen 53,148 Oines, Kay, Volga 76 Oland, Sherman, Aberdeen 122 Odland, Vicki 164 Olander, William, Pierre 53 Olofson, Sherry, Pierre 123 O'Loughlen, Sr. Kathleen, Aberdeen 53,155,190,297 Olsen, Debbie, Aberdeen 123 Olsen, Judy, Castlewood 76,156,182 Olson, Bruce, Aberdeen 123,277 Olson, Allan, Langford 53 Omdahl, Walter 123 Opitz, Julia, Redfield 53 Opp, Carmen, Eureka 97,164 Opp, Glenn Opp, Kathleen, Eureka 97 Opp, Lewis, Eureka 123 ORCHESTRA 208 Ordal, Barbara Orr, Carol, Aberdeen Orr, Renee, Aberdeen 123 Orth, Gilbert, Herreid 54 Orth, Sandra, Aberdeen 76 Osberg, Kenneth, Pierre 54,176 Osborn, Dave Redfield 97 Osborn, Janet 97 Osborn, William, Aberdeen 123 'Osborne, Russa 21 Osbonre, Trevor Osness, Jerry 123 Oschner, Jim 149,182 Oster, Marsha, Bowdle 76 Oster, Wayne, Dupree 54 Oswald, Ronald, St. Paul, MN 76 Otis, Michael, Aberdeen 123 O'Toole, Kathleen, Mitchell 123 Ott, Donna, Verdon 123 Ott, Lari, Huron 54 Ott, Linda 187 Ott, Margaret, Everly, IA 97 Ott, Daniel, Aberdeen 76,277 Ott, Dorothy, Aberdeen 123 Ottenbacher, Carol, Eureka 54 Ottenbacher, Wanda, Bowdle 54 Otto, August, Claire City 76 'Otto, Eugene, Ind. Arts 24 Otto, Jan, Aberdeen 123,175,182 Otto, Randy 146 Otto, Vivian, Aberdeen 54 Overbust, JoAnne, Aberdeen 54 Overby,gPhilip, Mellette 76 Overturf, Sally, Aberdeen 123 'fPainter, John, Soc. Sci. 26 Pallesen, Linda, Sisseton 123 Palmer, Carolyn, Lead 123,175,214 Palmer, Jerry, Orient 123,149 Palmer, Mary, Pierre, 123,164 Palmer, Richard A.. Aberdeen 97 Palmer, Richard A., dlark Palmer, Wayne, Northville 133 'Palmquisn Alice, Lang. 84 Lit. 22 Palmquist, Ann, Aberdeen 97 "Palmquist, Leonard, Fine Arts 24 Panesch, Daniel, Milbank 123 Papendick, Eileen, Pierre 123 Papendick, Ronald, Bridgewater 123, 277 Papke, Cheryl "Pappas, T.J., Business 24 Parce, Larry, Letcher 76 Pardew, Harrold Parker, James, Hazel 76,277 Parker, Dave, Neenah, Wl 97,266 Parrow, Kathleen, Aberdeen 77 Parsch, Steven, Aberdeen 77 Pasco, Carol, Viborg, 123 Pastian, Dave, Dallas 77,202,277 278 Patnoe, Diane, Milbank 123 Patterson, Richard, Aberdeen 123 Patterson, Robert, Redfield 123 Pauli, Donella, Hamill 77,164 Paulsen, Dianne, Salem 54,182 Paulson, Dennis, Pierpont 97 Paulson, Lew, Pierpont 54 Paunsch, Dan, Milbank 184 Pautsch, Gene, Aberdeen 123 Pautsch, Robert 123 'Pearson, Janis, Fine Arts 25 Peckham, Vickie, Pierpont 97 Pedersen, Roland, Erwin 123 Nelson, Steven 76,184 Nelson, Sharee, Revillo 96,178 Nelson, Sheryl, Vermillion 96,173 225.255 I Nelson, Shirley, Veblen 53 Nelson, Terry, Sisseton 96 Nelson, Thomas, Miller 76 Nelson, Nancy, Mobridge 122 Nerison, Linda, New Effington 53, 204 Nerison, Janice, Aberdeen 122 ' Ness, Donna 76 ltlesszgy Helen, Sioux Falls 76,178 Olson, Dean, Ellendale, ND 123 Olson, Debra, Waubay 123 ' Olson, Craig 97 Olson, Debra, Willow Lake 53 Olson, Larry, Wessington Springs 76 .t Olson, LaVonne, McLaughlin 53 Olson, Michael, Sioux Falls 76 Olson, Marie, Watertown 123 Olson, Debra, Waubay 204 Olson, Dallas, Frankfort 123 Olson, Ronald 123,176 Olson, Susan, Elk Point 97 Olson, Sherman, Langford Pelpefi Michael, Sioux Falls 54 Peitz, James, Pierre 77 Pekron, Helen, Roslyn 77 Pelzer, Etan, Aberdeen Pelzl, Steve 97,266 PEMA 188 PEMM 190 Pence, Bernice, Aberdeen 54 Perman, Sharon, Mobridge Perman, Dale, Glenham 77 Permann, Kurt, Hoven 133 Perrizo, Patricia, Aberdeen 124 Perry, Carl, Selby 124 Person, Kathryn Morehouse, Paul, Parkston 122,277 'Neubauer, Helen, Ed. 84 Psyc. 27 Olthoff, Terry, Aberdeen 76,149 Person, Terry, Hayti 77 INDEX 3 PEBSI C0lA YOU'VE GOT A LOT TO LIVE! 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Prisbe DOUQIBSI Roscoe 99 Prishe, Ge0f99 144 Pritchard, Michael, Sioux Falls 77 'Proctor, Dr. John, Lang. 84 Lit. 22 Prouse, Marcella, Aberdeen 124 Prouse Ray, Aberdeen 99 Prunty, Damian 124 Prunty, Sr. M., Aberdeen Ptacek Karen Aberdeen 55 PUBLICATIONS 214 Puetz, Richard, Ethan 124 Puffer, James, Hitchcock 77 Puffer Pufferj LaVonne 77 Duane, Hitchcock 55,204 Pullan, Shirley 55 Ouenzer, Virginia, Herreid 77 Quick Deborah, Sioux Falls 124 Quinn, Gerlad, Bridgewater 55 Raabe Raabe , Carol, Eureka 77 Duane, Bancroft 124 Raabe, Kenneth, Bancroft 77,197 Raabe, Linda, Bancroft 55,197 Raabe, Stanely Raabe, William B Raap, Alan, Bristol 99 Raap, Norma, Bristol 55 Raap, John, Pierpont 77 Rabenberg, Dana, Mobridge 99,149 Rabenberg, Mary, Britton 99,173, 193 Rabine, Steven, Goodwin 55 'Raczko, Terrance, Lang 8: Lit. 22 Rader. Gregg, Hoven 55 Rader, William, Hoven 99 Raether,CheryI, Iroquois 77,261 Ragels, Larry, Aberdeen 77 Ragels, Sandi, Aberdeen 55 Raider, Greg 294 Rahja, Jean 55 Rahm, Diane 56 Raisanen, Ranae, Frederick 77, 156,182 Ramsdell, Mark 124 Ramsdell, Marsha, Aberdeen 56 Rank, Linda, Chamberlain 124 Ransom, Dennis 56 Ransom, Sandi,Wolsey 56,220 "Ranwez, Alain 22 Rapp, John 201 Rasmussen, Laureen, lroquois 124 Rasmussen, Dean, Clark 99 Rasmussen, Karen, Watertown 99, 155,261 Rasmussen, David Rasmussen, Luther, Aberdeen 99 Rath, Jeanne Rath, Sheila 77 Rathert, Gail, Westport 124 Rathke, Jane, Storm Lake, IA 56 Rathbun, Mike, Aberdeen 124 Ratliff, Alan Rau, Pamela, Leola 56 Rautner, Kathleen 56 Rea, Bonnie, Leola Reddy, Terrence Reder, Shirley, Aberdeen 56 Rediger, Gregory, St. Lawrence 77 Redlin, Frances 56 Redlin, Joan, Milbank 124 Redlin, Kirk, Ellendale, ND 99 Redlin, James, Milbank 77,170 Redwing, Arthur 124 Reed, William 99 Rehfeld, Joh, Rapid City 124 Rehfeld, Jamie, Aberdeen 77 Rehfeld, Gertrude Rehfuss, Betty, Groton 99,175 Reich, Dale, Aberdeen 124 Reich, Gene, Aberdeen 77,184,272 Reichling, Vernon, Jr., Watertown, 99 Reil, Korinne, Corona 77,193 Reiners, Marlin, Milbank 56,201 Reinhardt, Charles, Aberdeen 56 Reinhardt, David, Verdon 99 Reinhardt, Colleen, Aberdeen 56 Reinhart, Linda, Flandreau 99, 155,190 Reirson, Jerry 124 Reis, Michael 124 Reisenweber, Jeanne, Aberdeen 77 Reiter, James 77 Remien, Dennis, Aberdeen 56 Renelt, Timothy, Rosholt 99 Rennich, James, Aberdeen 56 Rennolet, Bob, Aberdeen 77 Rennolet, Paul 99 Reub, Glenda 182 Reuer, Barbara, Aberdeen 99,156, 164,182,193 Reuer, Norbie, Selby 77 Rex, Ronald Rice, Annabess, Aberdeen 99 Rice, Dan 197 Rich, Steven 99 Rich, Timothy, Sioux Falls 99 Richards, Randy, Ipswich 125 "Richardson, Terry, Ind. Arts, 24 Richter, Kathleen, Mitchell 125 Rick, Yvonne, Bradley Riddle, Glen, Lemmon 125 Riechers, William 99 Riedel, Barbara, Sherman 56 Rieger, Lyle, Mobridge Ries, Jerry 56 Rietz, Beth Rietz, Edwin, Mansfield 125 Rietz, Edwin, E., Mansfield Riley, John, Watertown 56 Ringgenberg, Cecil, Columbia 99 Rinke, Edward Rinke, John, Aberdeen 56 Rinke, Ann, Aberdeen Risager, Steven, Aberdeen 125 Rishel, Samarade, Selby 125 Ristvedt, Gloria Ristow, Robert, Watertown 77 Rostow, Mary, Watertown 125 Fiix, Candace, Groton 99,153,'l78, 258 'Roberts, Evelyn, Math. 84 Sci. 23 Roberts, Raymond Roberts, Stanley 99 Robertson, Karen, Aberdeen 99,193 Robinson, Philip, Redfield 77,168, 176 Robish, Allen Roeber, Clark, Redfield Roehl, James, Ellendale, ND 99 Roehrich, Charles, Aberdeen 77 Roehrich, Kathleen, Aberdeen 99 Rohl, Robert, Aberdeen 125 Rolke, Susan, Stillwater, MN 125 Romanowski, Lydia, Sioux Falls 125 Rommereim, Neil, Bryand 99 Rosa, Regina, Chicago, IL 78 Rosand, Karen 57 Rosand, Linda, Aberdeen 99,178 Roseland, Nicky, Seneca 78 Roseth, Calvin, Aberdeen 125 Roseth, Clayton, Aberdeen 57 Roseth, Jaccy, Aberdeen 78 Roskens, Carolyn 78 Roso, Laura Ross, Robert, Watertown 78,168 Rossow, Daryl, Roslyn 125,208 Rossow, Donna, Stratford 100 'Rost, Lowell, Ed. 81 Psyc. 27 Roth, Bargara 57 Roth, Beverly, Aberdeen 125 Roth, Clayton, Aberdeen 100 Rott, Kerry, Aberdeen 57 Rougemont, Monte, Platte 78 Rousseau, Melvin, James, Aberdeen 57 Rovang, Bonnie, Aberdeen 125,172 Rovang, Patricia, Aberdeen 78,261 Rowen, Monte, Wessington 57 Rowen, Randall, Wessington 100 ROYALTY 252 Royce, Wendy, Webster 100 Rude, Reggie, Redfield 125 Rudebusch, Nina 125 Rudolph, Orion, Aberdeen 78 Rueb, Glenda, Leola 78,156,258 Ruff, Vina Rukstad, Gregory, Watertown 125 Rumpca, Angeline 100 Russman, Vera Rutschke, Maxime, Forbes, ND Ryan, Richard, Gayville 125 Ryckman, Valmen, Pollack 125 Ryken, James, Gayville 125 Sabol, Donald, Aberdeen 125 Sabol, Mary 78 Sabol, Patricia, Aberdeen 100,178 Sackreiter, Roger 125 Sager, JoAnn, Groton 125 'Sahli, Al, H. 81 P.E. 27 Salem, Daniel, Aberdeen 78 Salem, Patricia, Aberdeen 125 Sampson, Melody, Aberdeen 100,172 Samson, Catherine, Veblen 125 Samson, Herbert Samuel, Elizabeth Samuelson, Carol, Stratford 100, 178 Sanden, Mark, Sisseton 125 Sanders, Jacqueline, Aberdeen 125 Sanders, Mike, Aberdeen 57,294 Sanderson, Claudia 78 Sanderson, Deanna Sanderson, Lorrie, Claremont 125 Sandmeier, Cathy, Bowdle 100 Sandmeier, Edith, Long Lake Sandness, Donna 78 Sandness, Teresa, Mitchell 125 Sandvig, Lynn, Aberdeen 57 Sandvig, Michael, Aberdeen 57 Sannerfield, Cleo 125 Sapa, Peggy, Watertown 100 Sater, Stephen 125 Satrang, John, Veblen 125 Satterfield, Cynthia 125 Sauer, Donald, Aberdeen 126 Sauer, Jerold, Aberdeen 126 Saunders, Greg 184 'Saunders, Jack, Sci. 8: Math. 23 Saunders, James, Groton 100,272, 277 Saunter, Richard Sawinsku, Dorothy Saxvik, Kathleen Sayler, Chester, Eureka 57 Saylor, James, Watertown 57 Saylor, Rita, Watertown 100,193 Schaaf, Edward, Miller Schaeffer, James, Bonesteel Schaefer, Gary 126 Schafer, Avis 78 Schaefer, Jane, Sioux Falls 100 Schaefer, Rodney, Orient 126,275 Schaffner, Carol, Aberdeen 100 Schallenkamp, Carolyn, Salem 57, 214 Schallenkamp, Kay, Salem, 57,212 Schallenkamp, Kenneth, Salem 57, 212,230 Schamber, Joan, Aberdeen 126 Schamber, Sharleen, Freeman 126 Schanzenbach, Patty, Selby 126 Schauer, Gary, Ashley, ND 126 Schaunaman, Herbert, Westport 57 Schaunaman, Charlotte, Aberdeen 100 Schaunaman, JoAnne, Redlands, CA 57 Schaunaman, Mark, Aberdeen Schaunamen, Mary, Westport 126 Schavez, Marg 197 Scheerer, Barbara 126 Schefsky, Beverly, Forestburg 57 Schefksy, John, Forestburg 126 Schell, William, Mobridge 58 Schelle, Susan, Chamberlain 126 Schelske, Debra, Delmont 110,155 Scherschlight, Kathleen, Wessington Spring 100 Scherschligt, Teresa, Wessington 58 Scheuring, Michael Scheuffele, Donna, Aberdeen 100, 193 Scheusner, Ronald, Watertown 58, 149 Schiefelbein, Nancy, Milbank 100 Schill, Raymond Schilt S II S' F ll 58 a y, ioux a s, Schimke, Jesse, Hecla 126 Schinkel, Douglas, Webster 78 Schirber, Stephen, Lemmon 78, 283 Schirber, Margaret, Lemmon 100, 164 Schlagel, Loralie, Aberdeen 78, 170 Schliker, Arthur, Aberdeen 58 Schlenker, Gary, Ellendale, ND 78 Schlechter, Doris, Orient 100 Schlepp, Jolene, Aberdeen 100 Schlepp, Barbara, Java 100,193 Schliebe, Celeste Schlim, Andrew, Gettysburg Schlim, Paul 58 Schlosser, Gerald, Cresbard Schlomer, Katherine, Glenham 78, 190 Schlueter, David, Huron 126 Schlosser, Gerald 78 Schlosser, Marlene Schmeling, Marilu, Sioux Falls 126 Schmidt, Andrew, Aberdeen 78 INDEX 31 -- 1 ' IN THE HEART OF ABERDEEN ADVERTISING Cheryl, Herreid 126 Seeman, Karin, Aberdeen 101 Smalley, Gerald 128 23,153 Schmidt, Snow, Christine, Redfield 79,190 Sorensen, Ryland, Rapid City 79 Schmidt, Lyle, Bristol 58,230, 232 Schmidt, Michael, Aberdeen 100 Schmidt, Rhys, Pierre 78,184, 268,283 Schmidt, Robert Schmidt, Thomas, Aberdeen 100 Schmidt, Susan, Pierre 126,164 Schmidtgall, Georgia, Java 126 Schmierer, Karen , Bowdle 78 Schmierer, Kenneth, Ellendale, ND Schmit, Deborah, Oakes, ND 126 Schmitz, Betty, Elk Point 126 Schmitz, Margaret, Elk Point 126 Schnabel, Linda, Aberdeen 126 Schnabel, Mike, Aberdeen 126 Schnabel, Sherry, . Pollock 78 Schnabel, Ronald, Eureka Schnabel, Sharon, Aberdeen 78 Schnaible, Patrick, Java 126 Schneider, Delores, Aberdeen 126, 172,220,260 Schneider, James, Kilgore, NB 58 Schneider, Leslie, Aberdeen Schneider, Paul 100 Schnorr, Nancy, Aberdeen 58,202 Schoch, Rebecca, Aberdeen 100 Schock, Mary 155 Schock, Wallace, Eureka 126 Schoeck, Marlys, Herreid 78,182 Schoentelder, Colette 78 Schoppe, Ervin, Warner 78,268 Schornack, David, Aberdeen 126 Schornack, Peggy, Groton 100 Schram, John, Howard 100 Schreiner, Paul, Aberdeen 78 Schreiber, Steven Schrecengost, Trent 126 Schreiber, Janet, Aberdeen 126, 172 Schroch, Mary 190 Schroeder, James, Aberdeen 126 Schroeder, Leo, Winner 126 Schroeder, Monica, Iroquois 100, 182 Schroeder, Sidney, Mina 127 Schroeder, Theodora, Ipswich 58 Schuetzle, Robert, Herreid 78 Schulte, Deanna, Aberdeen 127 Schulte, Joseph, 100 Schulte, Michael, Watertown 100 Schulte, Stephen, Aberdeen 100, 184,269 Schultz, Diane 58 Schultz, Michael, Aberdeen 58 Schulz, Everett, Sisseton 58,149 Schulz, Vickie, Flandreau 78 Schumacher, Alice, Aberdeen 100 Schumacher, Marek Schumacher, Carol, Aberdeen 100, 178 Schumacher, Christopher Schumacher, Dean, Hosmer 78,190 Schumacher, Gary, Java 58 Schumacher, James R. Schumacher, Kenton, Aberdeen 78 Schumacher, Roger, Aberdeen 127 Schumacher, Winifred, Aberdeen 100 Schumaker, Annette, Aberdeen 100 Schumaker, Deborah, Pierre 127 Schur, Ronald, Redfield 58 Schurch, Maylan, Redfield 100 Schutterle, Merlyn, Gettysburg 127 Schwab, Douglas, Redfield 127 'Schwab, Frank, Ed. 81 Psyc. 27 Schwab, Sharla, Mina 58 Schwab, Ronald, Aberdeen 58 Schwan, Bernard 78 Schwan, Daryl Schwan Dwaine 58 Schwan: Steven, Stratford 127 Schwandt, Barbara, Milbank 100, Seiders, Marsha Seiler, Dian 59 Seiler, Gary Seiler, Gary J., Herreid 59 Seiler, Thomas,'Aberdeen Seim, Dennis, Watertown 127,149 182 Selting, Laurel 127 Semmler, Roger, Ipswich 78 Senftner, Dennis 127 Senger, Dennis, Glencross 127 Senger, Geraldine, Roscoe 101 Senger, Joe, McLaughlin 59,268 Senger, Kenneth, Aberdeen 59 Senger, Terry, Glencross 101 Senska, Gwen, Forestburg 101 Senska, Wanda, Forestburg 156 Senska, Vicki, Woonsocket 101, 178 Seppala, Gail, Hayti 78 Serch, Chris 146 Serek, Beth 59 'Serna, Miguel, Business 24 Seurer, Linda, I-Ioven 59 Serening, Douglas 59 Severson, Alan, Clear Lake 59, 153 Seward, Bernie 171 Shaff, James Shaffer, Susan Shally, Laurie 101 Shannon, Mark, Aberdeen 127,184, 277 Shaul, Dan, Minneapolis, MN 127 Sheahan, Robert 127 Shearer, Kenneth 'Shekore, Mark, Fine Arts 25,144 Shekore, Mary Sherman, Mary, Worthing 101 Sherman, Rhonda, Worthing 127 Sherrill, Steve, Custer 127 Sherwood, Greg, McLaughlin 78 Shives, Rebecca, Milbank 127 Shonley, Diane, Wessington Springs 78 Shoup, Audrey, Onida 101 Shousha, Dora, Britton 78 Shower, G. 184,268 Shupick, Sharon, Eagle Butte 59 Siebrasse, Delene, Gettysburg 127 Sieh, Arden, Leola 101 Sieh, James, Aberdeen Sieh, Carla Sieh, Patrick 127 SAI OPERETTA 250 Siers, Donald, Britton 59,266 Siers, Virgil 59 Sieth, James Jr. 127 SIGMA ALPHA IOTA 156 SIGMA DELTA EPSILON 157 SIGMA TAU DELTA 158 Silbernagel, Margaret Silverstein, Alan 78 Sime, Steven Simon, David 127 Simon, Maure, Lebanon 127,155,190 Simon, Monte, Owanka 78 Simon, Sandra, Hoven 59,148 Simonsen, Thomas, Yankton 127 Sims,Shirley, Sioux Falls 101, 178 SINFONIA 149 Singer, Tom, Eureka 78,183 Singpiel, Vicki, Rapid City 127 Sinness, Loris 59 Sinjen, Ramona 127 Sippel, Sandy, Pierpont 127 Sitter, Duane Sjomeling, Erling, Aberdeen 59 Skancke, Sandra, Mitchell 101 Skeie, Douglas, Mobridge 127, 277 Skibbe, Carol 127 Skibsrud, Melanie, New Town, ND 101,216 Smith, Smith, Betty Charles, Aberdeen 101 Smith, Cheryl, Kadoka 79,202 Smith, Dennis 8 Smith, Douglas, Wilmot 79,272 Smith, Evalyn Smith, Jerry, Hazel 59 Smith, Smith, Jerry, DeSmet 59 John, Redfield 128 Smith, Karen, Sioux Falls 60 Smith, Kelly Smith, Kenneth, Aberdeen 79 Smith Linda 128 Smith Smith Smith smnhf NeH79J68 Randall, Aberdeen Robert, Watertown 79 Sharon, Wilmot 101 Smith, Steven, Gettysburg 79 Smith, Susan, Dell Rapids 60 Smith, Tom Smolnisky, Elmer, Leola 101 Snodgrass,,Michael 101 Snow, Charles 79 SNO QUEEN 255 SNO SHO 236 Snow, Beverly Stolsmark, Mary Lee 60 Stoltenberg, Kerin 128 Stoltenburg, Lana, Clear Lake 102,173 Stoner, Lanette, Orient 128 Stoneberg, Marian, Ames 79 Stoops, Lorraine, Kimball 79 Storbakken, Gary, Geneseo 128 Storhaug, Michael, Aberdeen 128 Storley, Carol Storly, Curtis, Aberdeen 128 Storly, Roland Story, Debra 102 Streifel, John, Eureka 102 Streyle, Ronald 133 Streitz, Dana 79 Strommen, Joan, Huron 60 Stroup, Barbara Strudle, Jerry l'Stricherz, Andrine, Lang. 84 Lit. 23,173 Strudle, Rich 128 Stuart, David Stuck, Kathleen 60 Stulken, Pat, Selby 128 STUDENT SENATE 204 164,178,184 Schvigndt, Sandra, Big Stone City 1 7 Schwartz, Frederick, Aberdeen 59 Schwehr, Alice, Mclntosh 100 Schulte, S. 268 Schweigert, Charlene 101 'Scott, Dennis, Lang. 84 Lit. 23 Schrock, Mary 29 Scott, Thomas, Gary 59 Seaton, Robert 101 Sechser, Janice, Sioux Falls 101 Skillingstad, Gene, Aberdeen 78 Skinner, Cheryl, Aberdeen 101 Skillman, Terry, Valley Springs 101 Skroch, Mary, Flandreau 78 Sletting, Bryan, Aberdeen 127, 184,272 Sloat, Donna, Brookings 101 Slostad, Dean, Watertown 1285 277 Small, Terry Smeins, Douglas 78 297 Snyder, Wayne, Faulkton 101,170 SOCIOLOGY CLUB 202 Solberg, David 101 Solberg, Mary Solem, Paul Sollie, Alen, Aberdeen 79,175 'Sollie, Lois, Ed. 81 Psyc. 27 Somers, Shirley, Pukwana 79 Sommer,Terry, Miller 101 Sonnenfeld, Cleo, Aberdeen Sorensen, Kristy, Aberdeen 128 Sorensen, Nancy, Rapid City 79, 178 "Serge, Dr. Robert, H. 81 P.E. Spader, Dan 128 Spadino, Karen Specker, Donald, Pierre 60 Splonskowski, Stuart, Parker 60 SPURETTES 192 Stabler, Duane, Aberdeen 79,176 Stager, Larry, Cresbard 101 Stager, Steven, Cresbard 79 Stamp, Neil 60 I Standen, Jacqueline, Edgemont 79 Stange, Mark, Palos Verdes, CA 128,212 Stange, Terrence, Groton 102 Stanley, Diane, Claremont 102 Staufer, Gloria, Aberdeen 128 293 Stee, Marcia, Clear Lake 102 Steele, Jeffrey, Sioux Falls 60 'SteeIe, Barbara, Ed. 8t Psyc. 27 Steele, Lorry, Aberdeen 128 Steele, Michael, Aberdeen 60 Steenhoven, Shirlee, Flandreau 102,190,220,297 Steiner, Marianne, Sisseton 102 Steinhoff, Michael, Ipswich 128 Steinlicht, Joseph, Milbank 128 Steinlicht, Louisa, Milbank 79 Steinwand, Janet Stellner, Carol, Aberdeen Stellwag, Joyce, Chamberlain Stemwedel, Nancy, Hayti 79 Stender, Karlene 128 Stengel, Lois, Milbank 102 Stensen, Gladys, Minneapolis 60 Stensgaard, Peggy, White 102,182 Stenson, Vicki Stephenson, James, Aberdeen 102, 283 Stephenson, Thomas, Aberdeen 128 Stevens, Karon, Miller 60 Stevens, Muriel, Hosmer 102 Stevens, Paul, Hosmer 79 Stevens, Robert, Aberdeen 102, 184,272 Stevens, Simon, Aberdeen 128 Stieha, Dawn, Britton 102 Stiegelmeier, Ricky, Britton 128 Stobbs, Larry Stocking, Jean, Milbank 102 Stoebner, Judy, Tindall 60 Stoecker, Kennan, Leola 128 "Smile, Louise, Sci. 84 Math 23 Stoia, Marsha, Aberdeen 79 Stoeser, Debra, Hayes 128 "Stoller, Kathleen, Lang. 84 Lit. SDEA 194 SAC 212 Sturm, Candice 128 Sudol, Karen, Mitchell Suel, Charlann, Aberdeen Suiter, Mary, Sioux Falls 60 Suiter, Patrik 79 Suiter, Roger 128 Sumption, William, Frederick 60 Sumption, Clifford Sumption, Gerald 102 Sumption, Margaret, Frederick 129 Sumption, Ronald 102 Sumption, George 146 Sunne, Melanie, Faulkton 79 Sutton, Larry,Clark 79,277 Svard, Bo, Aberdeen 79 Svensen, Elizabeth, Storm Lake, IA 60 Svien, Richard, Webster 102 Svihel, Margaret, Lake Preston 60 Swanson, Carla, Langford 129 Swanson, Donald, Watertown 79 Swanson, James, Chamberlain Swanson, John, Clark Swapp, David 60 Swartos, Steven, Aberdeen 60 Swartz, Jan 187 Sweetland, Gregory Swenson, Howard, Aberdeen 176 Swenson, Rebecca, Aberdeen 129, 204 Swenson Rick, Strandburg 79 Swingler: Eldon, Gettysburg Swingler, Edwin 60 Swingler, Becky, Gettysburg "Swisher, Clark, H. 8: P.E. 27 Swingler, Peggy 102 Swisher, Dan Swyter, David, Sioux Falls 129 Tanner, Vance, Orient 79 Tarr, Douglas 80 Tarr, Gloria, Webster Tasta7ck Shirley, Plankinton 102, 1 Taylor, Teresa 60 Teal, Garry, Aberdeen 102 Tellekson, James, Watertown 102 Tennnis, Robert TENNIS 264 Terry, Allan, Aberdeen 129 Terwee, Koni 129 Teske, Debra, Westport 80 Teske, Marcia 129 Tessier, Sharon, Watertown 80 Thayer, Beverly, Aberdeen 102 Theeler, James, Aberdeen 129 Therkildsen, Marcia, Huron 80 156 Therkilsen, Randal, Comfrey, Minn. 129 Thomas, Barbara, Lake Preston 102, 178 THINGS INC. 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Sci. 26 Thompson, Terry, Groton Thornburg, David, Aberdeen 102 Thorson, Douglas, Mellette 60 'Thorson, Norman, Ed. 81 Psyc. 27 Thorson, Kathy, Mellette 61 Thorstenson, Albert 129 Thorstenson, Debra, Mobridge 129,155,190 Thraen, Cameron, Leola 80 Thune, Nyla 102 Tibbetts, James, Bancroft 80 Tierney, Karel 61 Tiggelaar, Bonnie, Waubay 129 "Tillery, Thomas, Soc. Sci. 26 Tillman, Thomas, Milbank 61 Timm, Vickie, Wolsey 129 Tisher, Wayne Titus, Rollin, Pierre Tobin, Mary 61 Tobin, Thomas, Hitchcock 133,205 Tollefson, Susan 80 Tom, Leo Tomek, Bernard 61 Tomek, Gerald, Aberdeen 277 Tompkins, Jane, Aberdeen 80 Tonsager, Stella, Arlington 102 Torigian, Dave 102 Torigian, Robert 129 Toupal, Tommy Trammell, Joel, Aberdeen 80 TRACK 270 Trapp, Yvonne, Brookings 80,182 Trautman, Elnora 129 Trautner, Kathleen, Aberdeen 61 Trebbe, William, Aberdeen 129 Treece, James, Aberdeen 80 Trefz, Jon, Roscoe 129 Trevor, David, Aberdeen 102 Tripp, Sandra 61 Tripp, Susan, Sturgis 129 Troske, Carol Trumbo, Mark Trumm, Rhona, Hazel 80,167 Tschakert, Gregory, Florence 102 Tschetter, Janelle, Doland 61,214 Tscheger, Jory, Huron 102,268, 26 Tschetter, Twila, Huron 80 153,218 Tucker, Bruce, Huron 102,277 Tucker, Michael, Aberdeen 80 Tucker, William, Huron 129 Tuff, Donald. Peever 129 Tuff, June, Peever 80 Tulowetzke, Eugene, Watertown 102 Tuthill, John, Aberdeen 129 Tuttle, Henry, Porcupine 129 Tyinnereim, Dean 129 Twigg, Helen Twite, Warren 62 Tyrrell, Duane, Yale 129 Ulmer, Duane, Fullerton 62 Ulrich, Judy, Frederick 62 Ulrich Penny 102 Ulrich, Robert, Yale 80 Ulrich, Sandra Ulrickson, John, Canton 80 Ulven, Douglas, Watertown 102 UCM 196 Upton, Tracy, Aberdeen 129,184 Utecht, Dorcas, Gettysburg 129 Valberg, Ruth, Clark 129 Vallie, Ronald, Aberdeen 80 Vallie, Robin Vallie, Vern, Aberdeen 62 Vallie, Virgil Valnes, Noel 'Van Beek, Dr. Richard 21 Van Boven, 'Kathleen, Hague, ND 80 Vancantfort, Gee Gee 129 Vance, Joan, Spearfish 129,182 Van1die51eykeI, James, Gettysburg Vanderhoek, John, Aberdeen 129 Vanderlaan, Randall, Pollock 80 Vandfgostyne, Pamela, Aberdeen 1 Vanderostyne, Joseph, Aberdeen 129,176 Vanderzel, Catherine 129 Vandyke, Jeannie, DeSmet 102 'VanderveId, Ben, Fine Arts 25 Van Hoorn, Vivenne 62 VanOrman, Marcus 129 Vanorman, Tom, Hecla 129 Vanorny, Edward, Orient 80 Van0verschelde, Letcher 80 Vantassel, Mary, Sioux Falls 129 Van Wagner, Kathy 129 Vaux, Michael, Aberdeen 102 Veen, Daniel, Milbank 62 Venables, Gary 129 Venegas, Crystal, Sisseton 102 Vensand, Rolf, Aberdeen 62 Verley, Michael, Sioux Falls 80 VETS CLUB 200 Vetter, Jack, Bison 62 Vick, Isabel, Ellendale, ND 133 Vieths, Connie, New Underwood 80 ViKander, Kay, 187 ViKander, Roger, Aberdeen 80 Vilhauer, Janet, Aberdeen 102, 156,182,197 Villa, Thomos, Freeman 129 Vines, Patricia, Sisseton 129 Vitters, David, St. Lawrence 80 Vitters, Jerry, St. Lawrence 129 Vitters, Sharon Vliestra, Winneva, Mitchell 62 Voegele, Curtis, Aberdeen 102 Vogl, Timothy, Webster 80 "Vogt, Don 21 Vogt, Roberta Voight, Ordean, Aberdeen 130 Voight, Kathy, Aberdeen 102 Voller, Kelvin, Aberdeen 80 Vollmer, Keith 62 Vondra, Dwight 130 Von Wald, Linda, Aberdeen 80 Voorhees, Jon, Ellendale 102 Voss, Fae, Andover 102 Voss, Fluth, Andover 130 Vrchota, John, Lake City 80 Vrchota, Nancy, Veblen 102 'Wachs, Robert 27,272 Wachs, Rich 130 Waddell, Kathlyn, Marvin 62 Waddington, Barbara, Redfield 103 Wagner, Marjorie 62 Wagner, Oryn 80 Wagner, Patsy, Rosholt 63 Wagner, Sheryl, 80 Wahl, Timothy, Aberdeen 63 Walberg, Barbara Walberg, Glenn, Aberdeen 63,146 Walberg, Shirley, Aberdeen 103 Waletic , Connie 63 Waligoske, Patrick, Webster 63 Walker, Barbara, Aberdeen 63 "Walker, Darwin, Fine Arts 25 Walker, Dawn, Cresbard 103,266 Walker, Paulette 187 Walker, Richard, Aberdeen 130 Wall, Catherine, Aberdeen 130 Wall, Tim 201 Wallace, Earl 80 Wallggs, Gary, New York City, NY Walgige, Timothy, Ellendale, ND Wallace, Rita, Britton 63 Wallace, Ronald, Aberdeen 103 Walsh, Deborah 63 Walter, James, Aberdeen 80 Walter, Jeff, Webster 103 Walter, Lavonne, Hitchcock 63 Walter, Merle, Groton 63 Walter, Roland, Gary 80,153 Walter, Terrance, Groton 63 Walters, John, GettysburZ130 Walth, Craig, Aberdeen 1 0 Walth, Karen, Aberdeen 63 WaI5l5hKathleen, Aberdeen 80, Walth, Jacqueline, Hosmer 63,212 Walth, Nancy Walth, Sheila, Milbank 130,172 Walz, Craig, Huron 130 Walz, Clar , Brookings 218 Walz, Darryl, Huron 103,184 Walworth, Gary, Westport 63 Walz, Mark, Aberdeen 80,168 Walz, Nancy 130 Walz, William, Aberdeen 103 272 Wandry, Gerald, Aberdeen 103 Wang, Anita, Webster 130 Wangler, Quentin 103 Wanna, Elden, Sisseton 130 Wanner, Earl Wanner, Lonna, Aberdeen 130,155 Wanous, Jeanne, Groton 63 Ward, Betty Jo 130 Ward, Bruce, Clear Lake 103 Ward, John, Aberdeen 157 Ware, Kathleen, Mitchell 130 Warne, Yvonne, Aberdeen 81,293 Warner, Pat 193 Warwick, Richard, Brandon 63,184 Warwick, Robert, Brandon 63,277 Washnok, Lois, Verdon 103 Waterfall, Tamra, Raymond 103,178 Wat1kir6s, Cynthia, Ellendale, ND Watkins, Richard, Frederick 81 Watson, James 103 Watson, Janet, Watertown Weaselboy, Melvin, Aberdeen Webb, Elizabeth Webb, Richard, Aberdeen 81 'Webb, Robert, Soc. Sci. 26 Weber, Cheryl, Aberdeen 83,230, 232,253 Weber Donald Aberdeen 63 Weber, Joyce, lpswich 103,214 Weber, Weber, Weber, Weber Kay, Hoven 103 Nancy 63 Peggy, Parkston 103 Randall, Mitchell 81 Weber, Wayne, Hoven 103 Webste Webste r, Loretta, Aberdeen130 r, Trudy, Huron 81,202 Wee, Caroline, Eureka 63 Weflen, S. 272 Wehrkamp, Karen, Sioux Falls 63 Weideman, Gordon, Athol 81 Weidrich, Henry 184 Weihrauch, JBSHH, Groton 63 'wegagchg Philip, Fine Arts 25, Weins, Sandra, Aberdeen 130 Weisgram, Michael, Pierre 130 Weishaar, Tony 64 Weismantel, Peggy, Aberdeen 103 Weismantle, Linda 175 Weisne Welsne Weisne r, Holly, Aberdeen 64 r, Linda, Orient 64 r, Michael, Orient 64 Weisser, Ollie, Leola 64 Weisz, Elizabeth, Ft. Thompson 103,193 Weiszhaar Marsha, Bowdle 103, 156,182 Weitala, David, Aberdeen 81 144 Weitala, Lucinda, Aberdeen 64,235 Welch, Welch, Welke, Dennis, Aberdeen Richard, Aberdeen 130 Charles, Redfield Wellman, Albert, Andover 103 Wells Suzanne, Aberdeen 130, 182,197 Wells, Richard Lemmon 103 wo1v1eN's SPORTS endt Patricia Mina 64 W , . Wengler, Michael, Frederick 103, 277 Wentworth, Kathy, Stickney 81,164 Al 294 Wentzy, Wepking, Jeffrey, Sioux Falls Werner, Patricia, Sioux Falls 103 Wernsmann, Bill, Miller 81 Weron, John, Aberdeen 130 WerrKamp, Karen 148 Wessel, Eloyce, Huron 81 Westerfield, Mark 133 Westall, Robert, Aberdeen 64,176 Westfall, John, Marion 64 Westhoff, Mary, Salem 81,148 Westra, Douglas, Aberdeen 103 Westra, Karen, Aberdeen 103 Wetzler, Diane Wetzler, Joan, Northville Wetzler, Darryl, Aberdeen 184 Weverstad, Karen 81 Whaley, Johm Pierre 130 Whealen, Beth 64 ' WhgghCraig, Aberdeen 130,184, White, Joe, Aberdeen 103 White, Lonnie 64 White, Lynette, Sioux Falls 103 White, Mark, Aberdeen 130 Whites, Bradley, Paul, Aberdeen 130 Whites, Laura 64 Whitley, James, Custer 81 Wicks, Vicky, Carpenter 130 Wicks, Trudy 64 Widman, Lois 64 Wientjes, Richard, Mobridge 130 Wiekamp, LeRoy, Bemis 64 Wiedrich, Henry, Roscoe 277 Wilber, Dale, Aberdeen 130,168 Wilcox, Richard, Aberdeen 130 Wiles, Carol, Iroquois 130 Wilhelm, Gloria 64 Wilkins, Gail, Mansfield 81,197 Wilkinson, Edward, Aberdeen 184 277 Wilkinson, William, DeSmet 81, 184,277 Willey, Marcia, Aberdeen 103 Williams, Connie, Wolsey 64 Williams, Daryl, Pierre 130 'W1ll1ams, Gordon, Sci. 84 Math. Williams, Joan, Aberdeen 103 Williams, Rebecca, Bath 130 Williams, Robert, Aberdeen 130 Williams, Rodney 130 Willigrgs, William, Ellsworth AFB 'Williamson, Edwin, Sci. 84 Math. 23 Williamson, Grace Willingham, Lelan, Pierre 130 Willis, Craig 130 "Willis, Jim, Lang. 81 Lit. 23 'WiIIis, Viola, Lang. 81 Lit. 23 Wilson, Cindy 81,178 Wilson , Corinne, Aberdeen 64 Wilson, Darlys 64 Wilson, Colleen 103 Wilson Barb 187 Wilson: Jeffery, Tulare 64 Wilson, Richard, Miller Wilson, Timothv, Westport 130 Wiltfang, Vicki, Mansfield 103 Winckler, Betty, Herreid 130 Winckler, Linda, Pierre 64 Winkler, Linda, Roscoe 103 Winter, Corliss 81 Winter, Debbie 130 Wirt, Douglas, Garden City 81 Wirt, Nancy, Raymond 103 Wisdahl, Richard 103,266 Wissmantel, Peggy 178 Wittmere, Karen, Rapid City 130 Witte, Charles, Aberdeen 81 Witte, Kathy 187 Woiahn, Dennis 81 Wo en, Virginia 130 Wold, Joanne, Rapid City! 130 Wolf, Carol, Raymond 1 0 Wolf, John, Aberdeen Wolff, Joseph, Aberdeen 81 204 Wolf, Lavonne Aberdeen 103 Wolf, Maxine 81 Wolf, Stephen, Aberdeen 131,171 Wolf, Susan, Aberdeen, 130,170 Wolf, Thomas, Aberdeen 103 'WoIfe, Hildred, H. 84 P.E. 27 Wolfgigam, Debbie, Turton 103,173, Wollan, Dale Wong, Danny, Aberdeen 131 Wong, Tony, Aberdeen 81 Wood, Anita, Ft. Pierre 103 Wood, Debra 'Woods, Donald, H. 8: P.E. 27 Wood, Eugenie, Onida 81,164 Woodard, Dirk 103 "Wood, J.E., Sci. 84 Math. 23 Woodfork, Cleo, Doland 81 ,155, 190,261,297 Woodman, Annette, Aberdeen 131 Woolman, Jeremiah 245 Woodruff, Joyce, Mitchell 131 Woolman, Denise, Barnard 131 Woolman, Jeremiah, Aberdeen 64 Wootten, Joyce, Ft. Pierre 103 Woulfe, Murray WRESTLING CHEERLEADERS 260 WRESTLlNG 288 'Wray, Beth 21,193 Wright, Aaren 131 Wulff, Sandra, Aberdeen 65 Wurnig, Steven, Newell 65 Wyly, Elaine Yarnall, Linda Yeager, Cheryl, Faith 103,293 Yoder, Robert, Aberdeen 133,183 Yohe, Ryan, Bison 131 "Yoo, John, Soc. Sci. 26 Yost, Dan 81 Young, Duane Young, Kathleen 65 Young, Ronald, Aberdeen 65 Youngman, JoAnne 103 Younkin, Vicki, Belle Fourche131 Yun ker, Margaret, Aberdeen Zabel, Douglas, Selby 81 Zacher, Dennis, Aberdeen 65 Zacher, Shirley, Aberdeen 103 Zacher, Brenda, Aberdeen 131 Zacher, Geraldine, Eagle Butte 81 Zacher, Francis, Eagle Butte 81 Zahn, Linda, Aberdeen 131,170 Zeigler, Jean 131 Zeller, Bonnie, Aberdeen 131 Zens, Daniel 81 Zephier, Alvin 103 Zephier, David, Aberdeen Zerr, Timothyl, Aberdeen 103 Zerr, Tom, A erdeen 131 Ziegeldorf, Janice, Yale 65 Ziegler, Jan 81 Ziegler, James 131 Ziegler, Janet, Pierre 81 Ziegler, Ronald, Aberdeen 131 Zilverberg, Julia, Highmore 131 Zilverberg, Karen Zimmerman, Brad, Java 131 Zimmerman, Douglas. Forestburg 131 Zimmerman, Glenda, Herreid 131 Zimmerman, Larry 81 Zimmerman, Peggy, Belle FOUFQIWB 81,193 Zinter, Danny, Aberdeen 103 Zinter, Sharyn, Aberdeen 81 Zipf, Randall 65 Zirbel, Ardis 65 Zirbes, Joan,,Watertown 131 Zoss, Jacalyn, Letcher 81 Zuelke, Kevin, Sioux Falls 131 Zuenzer, Virginia 157 Zundel, Duane, Aberdeen 81 Zveinieks, Sigurds, Aberdeen 131 Zwieg, Janice, Watertown 131 INDEX 2 ' TIFFANY Laundry - Dry Cleaning - Fur Storage I Free Pickup and Delivery Service Aberdeen Phone 225-1520 'Vim' MLS' www gl' . . . Mow 1 "The House of Beautiful Feminine Apparel" ,.", I tull 2 - ,EXP ,..- ' ix Q Sziftbfbiitskliisizvrwrl if ff 2 V. Park 'n Shop Y new--We ' 20 - 3rd Ave., S.W. Aberdeen, South Dakota - Aberdeen, South Dakota Kama BE5 24 ADVERTISING Visit the "Red Hanger Shop" "The Shop with You in IVIind" Our 59th year of Friendly IZIIIII Cllll IIIIILIIG 00. Service f, 0 221 North Nlain IW Q us- F I wg ? 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