Stevens High School - Sabre Yearbook (Rapid City, SD)

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Mr. Stevens helped greatly in mak- ing the public aware of the need for another high school in Rapid City and is credited with getting the bond issue for the school passed by an over- whelming majority on the first vote. Ground was broken in April of 1967 for the ed- ucational complex designed by the architectural firm of Aukerman and Mazourek. The complex in- cluded an academic building, fine arts auditorium, gymnasium, and power house shared with the ad- joining Black Hills Area Vocational Technical School. Materials and labor for the school cost over five million dollars. The school was scheduled to open in Septem- ber, 1969, but due to the delayed arrival of some necessary equipment, students of Stevens and Rapid City Central shared the Central building through November. Finally, on December 1, the Stevens building gained its most important part, the teachers, administrators, and students. These gave Stevens its personality. 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Much time and effort was contributed by each of the board members in order to make education in Rapid City successful. The second year that Dr. Charles Lindly held the office of Superintendent of Schools marked the opening of the second high school in Rapid City. Approval of the new complex was given after passing the inspection by the School Board on December 2, 1969 and stu- dents first attended classes on December 3, 1969. Dr. Robert Rice, Director of Secondary Education, coordinated the new curricula of the secondary schools, supervised actions, and recommended improvements to aid education. Dr. Robert Rice Director of Secondary Education h Principal Mr. Donald Varcoe ,h takes a moment out of his busy day to relax, Assistant Pfincipalwlr, Richard Owens takes a shortcut' Assistant Principal Mr. Carold Heier is coordinator of through the Cafeteria, many school activities. ew administrators appointed Opening Stevens High School was a difficult task which was met straight on by an experi- enced administration determined to take advan- tage of a new beginning. The Principal, Mr. Donald Varcoe, had the awesome responsibility as top executive of Stevens. He was aided by assistant principals, Mr. Carold Heier and Mr. Richard Owens. Counselors, Miss Mary Lark and Mr. Les- lie Nadeau, counselled students with emotional, social, and personal problems as well as help- ing with college selections. , Counselor Miss Mary Lark looks over college material with senior, Candy Forrette. Mr. Leslie Nadeau talks to sophomore, Bill Vallette, about his schedule. 15 Sallly Atkinson Duane Baumgartner Eng 'sh Art 1,2,3,4 German Commercial Art Sophomore Class Interior Design B. S. Art Club B.F.A., B.A., M.A M "Come on you guys! Move it! Move it!" says Mr. Hurlburt w ile coaching the team. Samuel Binder Diana Bond Mo dern Math Ch61T1iSt1'y Geometry Bio -C hem-Phy -C lub B. A. , M. A. B. A. Gary1Boner Linda Bravo Mat Spanish I-lead Football Coach B. A. , M. A. Teachers move into A Psychology American History Russ Britzius Raiders Club Int. Relationships Track Coach Am. History B. S. , M. E, B, A, , M, A, 'A' i Ada Mae Cone Eugene Fingerhut Shorthand World Geography Typing A -V coordinator C erical Office Practice Senior Class F.S.A., B,S, B,S,, M,A, Darlene Grosz Ardelle Grove Bus. Ed. Home Economics I, II, IV Yam Typing l F. H. A. S Bookkeeping I B. S. Mr. Staley works hard while moving in. Clerical Rec, Keeping Junior Class, B, S. newer, better surroundings 4 Mary Hughes Stan Halla Ind. Rea ing Myron Hurlburt Robert Hartshorn Distributive Education Adv. Composition Biology Drafting Diversified Occupation Myth and Symbol Asst. Football Coach Metals D. E, C. A. Pep Club Asst. Wrestling Coach B, S, B. A. B, S. B. S. A rrss.r, X l I 'GJ' Kenneth Jarboe Carl Katzenberger Hazel Kellogg Jim Kendall Vocal Music Geom. Algebra 2 Math Assistant marching band Algebra 2 Adv. Math Drivers Ed, director Math 10 Junior Class B. A. , M. A. B. S. B. S. Mr. Halla and Mr. Varcoe Watch Stevens last home game on the side- lines. . W Clara Krause German 1, 2, 3 I 5 J' t , A ,if fiffjgffwf , V", 4 f v,,J.i-ff' ' fa Q , A J.?, k-7,4 x5.,'..'5a.A" ' ,Vx ,ya n , . nj' fri .' A tis? - ra- ,wma 1 iw qs X r X . Kenneth Linstrom Thomas Long Physics Drivers Training B. A. , M. A. Wrestling Golf John Mead B. A. , M, A, Economics E. S, F. I. Hosie Main ia. J Reba W. McCain French 1 , 2, 3 Spanish 1 Danny Martin Literary Exploration Mass Media B. S. Journalism School Paper Althea Olson B, S, Adv. Comp. B. S. , M. E. Concert Band Vocational Eng. Robert Patterson B. S. Ind. Reading Humanities B. S. Vocal Music B. S. , M, M, Donald Pe'm h ' 1 an Am, Teac ers survive Myth and Symbol Cheryl Poffenberger all Hinos Eng. ggelegchcl 1 , , ar oo ass is spy it sessions 14 new teachers came to the new Stevens High last year along with 37 from the old Rapid City High School. After three months of split sessions in the Central buildings, all moved to the new facilities of Stevens High. Although special adjustments had to be made, such as teachers' desks and lockers for students, all were more than happy with their new surround- ings . '4 ' Wink SA Q . 1- . W 1 'H , 136555 S 4- xi. V L X Ik? A ' "+ sw . liii We W g..t.w: sissy y Richard Sethney Drama l, 2 Speech 10 Drama Club B. S. Lois Vaughn Basic Reading Skills B. S. Muriel Strong Sociology Am. History 36 Blues Senior Class B. A. Robert Williams Phy. Ed. B. S. Mr. Britzius pours coffee between classes. Kenneth Purpur Barb ara Sanders Voc. Carpentri Librarian I. A. Woodwor B. S. B, S, , M. S. Dinah Shannon Selma Sogn French Latin 2 Photo. B. A. Milo Winter Inst. Music Marching Band Josephine Zamow Stage and Concert Band Eng. B.A.,M.A, B. .,M.A. Preparing tickets for the weekly game at Stevens are sec- retaries Edith Rod- vold, Julane Hoyer, and Ethel McArthur. Keeping Stevens on the move Beverly Darnall, R.N,, hunts through the file for Guidance counselor secretary, Peggy Van, and switch board operator, Betty Wendling, go through a routine day at Stevens. the next junior victim to get an eye check. ...-digg The many new facilities make food preparation easier. if f'f' Z, f ,A 2 - fi up "Ah, trying to butter us up eh? No! It's our bread." Beatrice Felt, Cafeteria Manager, has the responsibility of assuring fine quality in food. Staff members Shirley Steel, Mildred Rasmusson, Ruby Ingram , and Fay Sorenson made lunch hour go smoothly. ., , , -2 ,jyQj5 Assisting in the new lunch program at Stevens High were Betty Withee, Madeline Claseman, Larraine Dabson, Delores Zimbelman, Marcella Lipp, Audrey Slatt, and Vera Phillips 9 1' , Z W yr The watchful eyes of Sherman Hand, Lloyd McNeil, Leland Christian, and William Hershly protected Stevens through the long lonely nights. Working behind the scenes The first day at Stevens was a rat race for Day Custodians Louis Smith, Phil Hunter, Lawrence Twiss, Ray Peterson, Harry Brunson, Marvin Schwarting, and Carl Greeley. .-Q 'Q 1 'H . u 1 , 4 4 . 1 K 1 1 g K . Q I ' v . v 4 4 ' 5 ' . . 1 I Q ' . . . 1 , q V ' I . n V v ' Q V ' 1 I v , . , l ' -. ' 1 , - - v . , I 5 - ' 1 ' v I n A. 4 4 , ' 4 Q ' I ' . . .v 1 ,' , Q 5 ' ' f , 1 , V V I 1 - , 1 1 , -,-. , - .. x ' , l l ' ' . . , u - a , 0 . 4 , . 4 u s - ' ' , . n . , . 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Sam Mudlin and classmates think Mass Media is interesting and enjoyable. time in the history of Rapid City's high schools, Scott Bell captures his audience's attention with an interesting speech Patty Moorehouse and Debbie Cameron are "stars" in a Mythology play- Variety adds interest Fred Hadd and Judy Yackley explain an original collage to Ann Meyer. Drama class brought out the hidden talents of students who took the course. Drama I be- gan with learning the origin of drama, pa1'tS of the stage, and stage equipment. Writing and PSI' forming skits came next whereby students showed their abilities as performers. Drama II taught how make up is used and how it could make different effects on stage, how costumes serve the mood and body move- ments in them on stage, and how to arrange furniture and color for a room effect. After completing the two courses, each counting as a half an English credit, students were ready for parts on stage in school pro- ductions. Mr. Sethney lectures his drama class. rama students act out skits f -we-,gig - -:fp ,.,. -:Aww f Cliff Voss, Jean Harrison, Jim Didier, and Sheliah Jung collect information for the next debate. Debate team Wins trophies Mark Laitos, Bruce Anton Cstandingb Jeff Brockelsby, and Jeff Griffith Csittingy admire their trophy. Stevens High debate team did a good job in its first year including bringing home a trophy from the George McCarty Invitation- al Tournament at South Dakota State Uni- versity in Brookings. They also won 7 out of 15 debates with 44 teams Competing. Through the year the affirmative team Won 8 and lost 6. The negative team Won 16 and lost only 3. All the work started in class such as looking in magazines for informa- tion, writing the information down on note cards, filing the cards, and making use of the information. Language promotes understanding The four languages which were offer- ed at SHS were French, German, Spanish, and Latin. All provided excellent oppor- tunities to become acquainted with the cus- toms and ideas of the respective countries. The classes progressed numerically, the larger number representing the more ad- vanced class. By continuing with a language for several consecutive years many stu- dents have become fluent and some,through summer programs, have the opportunity to p study in a foreign country. Julie Hessman and Val Parker d1scuss French painting. Kord Smith, Pat Elston, Susie Gunderson, Cindy Binger, Steve Ramsey, and Gary Spindler all hope to study in Germany this summer. D NT , GER MAN 5 ff.fg,V'Vf 151 uf " vt x 3' 1, r 4 Preparing for the future Several Social Science classes were offered this year and were designed to help students prepare for their futures by teach- ing them of the past and the present. This was the last year that Economics and Soci- ology were required subjects. Both will be- come electives. Economics acquaints stu- dents with economy in everyday life and Sociology makes the students aware of so- cial problems and how to cope with them. American History was a required subject which helps people to understand the United States by learning how it has developed. Other classes which dealt with the world were International Relations, Htunan- ities, and Psychology. All of these were electives. Mr. Mead lectures his Econ class on G.N.P. Chip Barber shows his humanities project to Central Junior Jane Bosveld. 6 Dick Ewing, Steve Paula, Mark Carlson, and Kim Gary work on a Physics experiment Lab Work aids scientists Duane Bunkowske takes a look through a spectroscope in Chemistry. Biology students find microscopes useful in their study of . living things. Laboratory experi- ments help students to understand Biology. Biology, a required subject, Chemistry and Physics, both electives, were offered at Stevens this year. Biology deals with the study of living things and is taught through laboratory work. Chemistry included the study of atoms, molecules, and compounds which lead to the study of various chemi- cal laws. Physics dealt with the study of heat, light, sound, mechanics, electricity, and atom physics. Solving problems You could have walked into any of the math rooms this year and seen students Working proofs, graphing, solving equations and in general studying hard. Students at Stevens High School had a variety of math courses to choose from. Sophomores had their choice of Algebra I, Math 10, Math Refresher, and Geometry. Although most juniors took Algebra ll, Math Refresher, Geometry, and Algebra l were also offered to them. Algebra ll, Geometry, and Trigo- nometry were offered to seniors. For the most mathematically minded students there were the Honors and Advanced Placement Programs. With the guiding hand of Mr. Boner, Brad Wade works a proof. "Has anyone got number 4 yet'? Tom Kushman asks fellow students - -:t- if i,,." gi' H , VK ,i, ,i I , f , ,qqri fgf A r y T5 5 VVV,, .35 Q S 'H ,855 Cathy Neal learns to use the dictaphone. Business opens new doors Business is an important part of our fast-moving world today. Students at Stevens High School had business courses offered to them which will develop basic business skills. Some of the courses offered were Typing I and II, Shorthand I and II, Clerical Office, Bookkeeping I, Record Keeping, Business Arithmetic, and Business Law. Rosalind Schneider adds the easy way. Typing requires concentration and coordination i...,i, n' r if Stevens High School offered two classes, D.E. QDiversified Educationl and D.O. QDiver- sified Occupationsb, where the students were able to learn by actual participation. During the morning there were two actual classes of D,E. and one class of D,O. There were dem- onstrations and problems in marketing, sales, advertising, and other aspects of commercial life. Guest speakers came to the classes and talked to them about jobs and professions. After classes in the morning the students went to their respective places of business. Mr. Halla, teacher and supervisor, checked on the students at their jobs. He talked with the employers and thus gave the students a rating for their Work and dependability. The students thus earned while they learned. Practice makes perfect Ralph Mumm keeps the shelves in the South Canyon Drug Store well stocked. Mr. Halla answers the many questions that often arise in the Distributive Education Class. Karen Carland really likes her job as a secretary at the National Guard Camp. ' Theresa Mumm enjoys helping others and thus likes working in the nursing home. Different forms of art were offered to stu- dents during the year. Students could start with basics in Art I and Work through Art IV, each year bettering abilities as artists. Other art courses that were offered to students were Commercial Art, for any student wishing to go on in commercial advertising, and Interior Design to give students an oppor- tunity to learn and express their ideas of design. Stevens has talented artists Pratt Harkins arranges a sketch as Ann Meyer looks on. Chuck Thomas and Dennis Yahne make a rough draft. I MEZZ' Rhonda Lynn and Carol Jensen point out essential articles a baby needs. Preparing for a new life Due to the split sessions in the Central High building at the beginning of the year, Home Economies students had many adjustments to make in their currioultun. However, most stu- dents agreed that it was worth the wait to get to the new equipment at Stevens. New kitchens gave students the opportun- ity to cook with some of the latest equipment. Students also made outfits on new sewing ma- chines. In addition to cooking and sewing, Home Economics students learned techniques to help them in their households. Marcia Eckers and Bonnie Hirning check utensils in the drawer during a Home Economics class. Bm Ewing Works on improv, Penny Spillers observes Marg Jo Bruns technique as she ing his Shooting average. does her routine on the balance eam, Participating in co-ed PE. The physical education program at Stevens High'School was extremely different this year. Because of facilities and having only one gym, the boys and girls participated in co-ed gym classes. In observing these classes it was noticed that the students learned to be more tolerant and more respectful of ability differences. Even though the classes were co-ed, both sexes en- gaged in their own activities. For instance, the girls Worked on gymnastics, While the boys bet- tered their basketball skills. Mr. Williams supervises as Jack Gossman leads his class in their routine calisthenics. s Drivers Education is designed with the in- experienced driver in mind. It teaches the rules of driving, gives simulated driving experiences and "behind the wheel" driving. Because of the cost of drivers education, a fee of 9515 was charged each student this year. Also, because Stevens was a new school, simu- lators were not received until late in the year. Statistics show that there are fewer acci- dents among educated teenage drivers than among uneducated teenage drivers. Mr. Long explains the necessity of seat belts as Robin Johnson "buck1es up for safety." Mr. Long, Robin Johnson, and Glen Giacoletto prepare for their morning drive. Putting you in the driverps seat Mr. Long and Robin Johnson load up for some exciting C?D behind the wheel driving. 1 Learning by doing There were two levels of Electronic Technology offered to juniors and seniors as part of the Vocational curricula. The purpose of Level l is to provide trained technicians to meet the manpower needs of the electronic industry. Level 2 is a con- tinuation of Level 1 in which the individual circuits studied in Level l are integrated into functional equipment. Both of these courses meet for three hours a day. Basic Electricity was the prerequisite for Electronic Technology. This course acquainted the students with the basic con- cepts of electricity. Students spent part of their time in classwork and part of their time in the laboratory. Steve Rundell uses testing equipment. Ken Kingsbury and Ron Joli, assisted y a fellow student, work in the lab, ,U Mk M KID" Kevin Ienniges seems to find the problem more amusing than Mike Berry. Training for the future This year the drafting student, de- pending on his level, learned such things as drafting fundamentals, basic design techniques, and blue printing. One proj- ect undertaken this year by those taking Architectural Drafting was the designing and planning of a complete house. Students with mechanical interest found Metal Shop to be an enjoyable course. Several projects were under- taken using different types of metals. M, Hartshorn demonstrates the use of a machine to Frank Pahkama and Jerry Flaigg, E Earning credit for their Carpentry class, Dale Brewer, Gary Meier and Greg Mathey help build a con- cession observation deck at Dinosaur Hill, Experience is the best teacher Learning to use multiple hand tools, power machines, jig set-ups in mass pro- duction techniques were some of the accom- plishments of the students taking Woodwork- ing. For those who wished an introduction into the apprentice carpentry trade there was Vocational Carpentry. One project this year was working on the concession stand at Dino- saur Park. For three hours daily, Basic Welding was offered to seniors interested in training in the field of metals. Puttin into practice skills learned are Leslie Niederwor er and Gary Meier working on an of- fice and storage unit. ' Preparing for a future trade The Auto Mechanic students were concerned with different areas of the automobile each nine weeks. One se- mester wheel alignment and engines were studied. The students devoted half of their time to book work and the other half to working in the shop. Interested Rapid City citizens, teachers, and often times the students themselves brought in cars for the classes to work on. The Ford Motor company donated several new engines for class study. Inspecting the welding on the rack for the horse trailer are Dan Hirchert, Randy Sogge, Frank Keliker and Everett Fite. , Terry Weaver Dauses momentarily before continuing his assignment in the auto repair shop. Mixed Choir: front row: Kathy Born, Ted Tucker, Rhonda Jarboeg 2nd row: Jane Van Sickle, Mary Snorteland, Doug Larson, Scott Triggs, Connie Nichelson, Nancy Skattumg 3rd row: Jill Bower, Susan Novak, Kenneth Beck, Jon Beaird, Steve Warkentin, Landra Martin, Dayna Holmgreng 4th row: Shelia Asheim, Marg Kineen, Louis Olson, Steve Fain, Jim Hoff, Paul Simpson, Michele McNally. Sound is unique and so is the teaching method - with hand on the diaphram, fingers in the mouth and that never ceasing reminder to keep that tone moving! :e:' wglzmasal Treble Choir: front row: Mindy McBride, Mary Kineen, Claudia Lease, Donna Weber, Peggy Bucholzg 2nd row: Cathy Schumacher, DeeAnn Sorenson, Deborah Doyle, Jean Oleson, Starla Marrs, Lila Scandrettg 3rd row: Julie Brash, Debra Schroeder, Shari Meader, Becky Moen, Kathleen Whitey 4th row: Joy Rehfield, Marnie Baylor, Colleen Kinsella, Sherry Basler, Susan Banning. f zff Determination and concentration are necessary for successful choirs. hoirs perform The maestro, Mr. Jarboe contemplates a few revisions in the score. Concert Choir performs a variety of music at the Christmas and Spring COHCGITS- Terry Kennard Larry Kaul Jim Yohe Randy Ehlers Ira Laney Louis Bozzetti Dave Hoyer Jeff Brockelsby Marcia Dunsmore Debbie Warren to the left: not pictured: Diana Aho Rex Smith Rodney Todd Rick J arboe Dale Young Terry Braden Greg Deis Rich Rust Lisa Becker Julie Lein Rhett Oligmiller Sue Rathbun Rich Griffin Candy Moore Sandy Larson Diane Ragels Cindy Hoyer Debbie Maxey Cheryl Law Valorie Parker Cathy Deckert Elaine Anderson Midge Rounds David Withee Kay Crosmer Jacque Law Betty Bickel Linda Moen Linda Eggebr aaten Lynn Ytreeide Sus an Goehring Adele Akers Paula Timm Patricia De Ford Janet Aldrich Patti McNally Roger Flanagan Marcia Ryan Lynn Kennard Music - fun and work for Singers This select group of eighteen juniors and seniors started off their busy year, singing at homecoming and coronation. The Stevens High Singers performed at several school events and concerts including singing at South Dakota Tech and West Junior High. This year the Singers represented Stevens at the All State Choir in Sioux Falls. The Singers were active in community events by performing several times for the Chamber of Commerce. The 1969-70 year was high- lighted with a Christmas segment presented on KOTA television. The most exciting experience for the Singers was the tour during which they visited Denver. Typical scene of a last minute rehearsal before one of the Singer Concerts. 'iwzfa z um "All American Girl" rang out loud and clear as singers serenaded the Home- coming Queen - although too early in the season for their gay Singer attire. Singing is enhanced b Choreography Stevens Singers: Susan Rathbun, Lisa Becker, Valorie Parker, Diane Ragels, Candy Moore, Diana Aho, Sandy Larson, Marcia Dunsmore, Susan Goehring, Julie Lein, David Withee, Roger Flanagan, Greg Deis, Rex Smith, Larry Kaul, Terry Kennard, Merle Young, Terry Braden, Richard Rust DRUMS Kelly Hollister TRUMPET Jim Urban Gary Robinson Paul Haedt Lon Van Duesen John Feehan TROMBONE Mike Waldron Stage Band Mark Brey PIANO Steve Hawthorne Tim Minton Mike Zapp GUITAR TENOR SAXOPHONE Dave Webb Janet Behrens Tim Rauert ALTO SAXOPHONE Dick Koppert FRENCH HORN Rhonda Dawkins John Simmons Kerry Waldron Kim Erickson Karen Wittmere Winter heads the Marching 100 Mr. Milo Winter was the first director of Stevens' first marching band, the Marching 100. He kept the band going and everyone thanked their tennis shoes that he came over to the greatest school ever. "The uniforms are here!" was the dis- believed ery of the band members when the long awaited uniforms finally arrived. The sharp new outfits polished off a band which had operated most of the season in blue T- shirts and white jeans. Band Director Mr. Milo Winter gets band ready to march, The lack of uniforms is no hinderance to the Marching 100 as they march in Stevens' first Homecoming parade. Shelley Sabin and Mark Bray show off Drum Major Rex Smith escorts Homecoming Queen their new uniforms. Heidi Stark during halftime of the first Homecoming game. U nlforms fm ally arrive Stevens' Marching 100 finally gets to march in full uniform near the end of football season. FLUTE Lynette Rossum Jan Abington Debby Cameron Mary Ann Dahlquist Linda Gaffin Glenda Kockrow Mureen Griffin Mari Jo Kies Karla Basler Kathy Schleusener CLARINET Mike Coates Diane Bohne Becky Petersen Symphonic Band Julie Oster Debbie Martelon Georgiann Englund Mark Griffin Sandi Gunderson Sue Goehring Terri J anousek Debbie DeRudder Sally Urban OBOE Carmia Pavek Laurie Ottoson BASSOON John Whitney Liz Raabe ALTO CLARINET Shelly Sabin Sharon Judd BASS CLARINET Carol Melvin Roger Miller CONTRABASS C LARINE T Karrnen Loucks ALTO SAXOPI-IONE Dick Koppert Rhonda Dawkins A mf J l ard work results in a great band Kerry Waldron Debbi Bunn TENOR SAXOPHONE Tim Rauert David Webb BARITONE SAXOPHONE Karen Wittmere FRENCH HORN John Simmons Kim Erickson Jim Dull Dave Richardson CORNE T- TRUM PE T Gary Robinson Jim Urban Paul Haedt Melanie Stember Lon Van Deusen John Feehan Don Downs Dan Anderson TROMBONE Mark Brey Rex Smith Mike Waldron Steve Hawthorne Mike Zapp BARITONE Tim Minton Kent Stevens Martha Garwood TUBA Bev Stande John Wheeldon Bill Lockwood PERCUSSION Kelly Hollister Norm Curtis Ron Ohlsen Jeff Brockelsby Sheila Wright Sid Spelts FLUTE Kathy Schleusener Michelle Holmgren Kathy Crosswhite Joan Gronlund Connie Breckenridge Mary L'Esperance Sherryl Pforr Barb Maloney CLARINET Donna Cunningham Susan Yackley Debby Borzenski Nancy Woodle Alice Wulf Judy Ellingson Mike Jonte Joanne Smith OBOE Bruce Haedt Lynn J eske BASSOON Janice Miller Trina Vranesh Concert Band ALTO CLARINET Susan Reasch BASS CLARINET Sus an Scott Debbie Osterholt ALTO SAXOPHONE Bill Evans Joe Maierhauser Kelly Pennel TENOR SAXOPHONE Janet Behrens Delia Lightfield BARITONE Gayle Gibbs FRENCH HORN Peggy Vranesh Karla Riordan CORNET-TRUMPET Jim Didier Kem Juran Debbie Collins Michele Houk Tony Jenniges Jim Bailey Van Vanderqueest Rocky Stetler Gary Morris TROMBONE Ellis Graybill Kerry Coates Keith Olson Steve Bellairs BARITONE Doug Anthony BASS Don Pompy PERCUSSION Mary Bultena Barb Mechaley Seth Ellis Ann Spannagel Traver Johnson Chris Doumis Doug Sisk andsmen meet the Challenge Dick Koppert, Sally Urban, Terri Janousek, Debbie De Rudder, and all of the Pep Band add a lot to home games. .-:af , , D-1 lst VIOLIN Joel Green Dever Larson John Dusek Tom Howie 2nd VIOLIN Becky Porter Judy Yackley Marie McNeil Kathy Jerke VIOLA Lane11 Lawrence Carla Olsen David Grimm 3 , CLARINE T Mark Griffin Georgie England OBOE Carmeia Pavek CELLO Dan Shuck Mike Dawson BASS Dave Sisson FRENCH HORN Kim Erickson Mr. Main demonstrates bis technique, TRUMPET Jim Urban Gary Robinson TROMBONE Mark Bray FLUTE Debbie Cameron CONDUCTOR Mr. Main I Judy Yackley and Joel Green show one of the more useful func- tions of a violin, using Dever Lar- son as a subject. rchestra produces harmonic sounds Joel Green discusses a pieco of music with Dever Larson. Say cheese! This year's yearbook and newspaper staffs relied on a specialized group of photographers. Senior members Bruce Wagman, Glen Terry, Jody Messer and Sam Stewart were all in charge of their own department. Juniors Jim Maltsber- ger and Jim Grebner along with sopho- mores Bill Baumgartener and Linda Minkel learned new techniques through experience. There is more behind a picture than saying cheese and clicking the camera. The members of the yearbook and paper staffs had to arrange to have a photog- rapher meet with the people to have their picture taken. When a roll of film was completed it was developed and put on proof sheets. The pictures wanted were then chosen from the proof sheets and printed. For Sam Stewart, Tom Cushman and Bob Lampert another day is another set of pictures to be taken. Jim Maltsberger and lim Grebner help the exchange student Wong Mon Hoe to adjust the enlarger, Bruce Wagrnan demonsnates techniques of rou hoto raphy to beginner photographers, g P P g- al, 30? '-,"'. 1 ,,., K Qfgtff 5215, gras , 3 ,Q gf 21,351 Assisting Jody Messer with the photograph lab work are Bill Baumgartener and Linda Minkel, Proofing negatives i is left to the charge of Glenn Terry. , , f C Mr. Martin helps Sid Spelts design an editorial page na Cunningham and Linda Lanouette how pages are pasted up during one of the many Saturday worn sessions at Mr, Martin's cabin. cliaider Generationu gets its start Due to the lack of experienced staff members and confusing conditions at the Central building, Stevens did not have a school newspaper until January 5. The paper was not even named until the third issue when it became the "Raider Gener- ation" from a suggestion by Brad Ander- son. The "Generators" fstaff membersj tried to make students and teachers aware of what was going on in the total environ- ment with their articles. All issues fea- tured editorials on education so that staff members could express their opinions on education at Stevens. Other subjects fea- tured were pollution control, rock groups, and youth gathering places, as well as school news. ,,,MfA-ff-Vfwwww V Jim Stevens and Ann Volberding decide on a piece of art work for a feature page, Second semester co-editor Steve Ramsey and first semester editor Rob Corner discuss the "Raider Genera- tion" with Mr. Martin while second semester co-editor Joy Rehfeld studies copy. Wrinkels come easy when you' re editor of the yearbook as Dave Cook works furiously to finish copy for a Carol Chalberg is, deadnne, "Isn't this picture a riot," says Candy Schoepf to Bruce Wagman. :fir .zysg , fy Qp., v,.X,:. L ,L 5, x , Q 99 Q A N wr . -. 'A wfgfiif 1 :WMM ' N 4k.,,....,,,,,,-Q, ,lg Though the yearbook started off with trou- bles, the staff was able to meet the deadlines with enthusiasm. To meet the first deadline, the staff worked until 10 o'clock at night stopping only for soggy French fries and cold hamburgers. The work was fun, but sometimes nerve- racking. There were many challenges, including trying to think of a name for the yearbook, find- ing a symbol to put on the cover, and for the first time, having the yearbook delivered in the summer, rather then at the end of the school year. We had many problems, but overcame them with spirit. It was a rewarding experience to know that We, the staff left our mark on the pages on the yearbook. L . ii Colleen Lange, Carol Lyke, and Lee Sandstedt discover that finding room for all those pictures isn't eas . Y Writing Captions takes imagination Always busy QD are Gail Scott, Janet Lindberg, Debby Beshara and Candy Forrette. 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RONALD AUCH KAREN AUKERMAN CATHY BACHMAN RAYMOND BARKER a ing off prom debts BARBARA BASLER JILL BASLER DAVID BAUMBERGER GREGORY BEHRENS DAVID BELL DAN BENEDICKT MARK BENNER KAREN BENSON MICHAEL BERRY BILL BESANCON PATRICIA BETTELS JIMBICKETT MARK BIERNBAUM DIANE BOHNE ARLYNE BOLADO JIM BORZENSKI TERRY BRADEN DARRELL BRAY MICHAEL BROWN DEAN BUNKOWSKE B ' th f ' I 'E d I DEBORAH BURKE TIMOTHY CALLAHAN KAREN CARLAND MARK CARLSON GARY CASE CAROL CHALBERG BOB CHELL RAMON COLDWELL MARC COLLINS ROBERT COLLINS V ig : La-us e-' f. 1 .5 rf? f mi 1 fy ,ef U gg, A - fA fp 2 J AI CHRISTINE COOPER DAVID COOPER JERRY CORBIN TIM CRAWFORD NORMAN CURTIS KENNETH DAHN DEBRA DALIN TERRY DANIELSON GAIL DAUGHENBAUGH VAL DAUGHENBAUGH SI I' 12 CI ' 'E' CHARLES DAVIS JUDY DENNIS JAMES DIDIER MICHAEL DREW DOUG EVERTS m RICHARD EWING ROBERT FAURE MARY FENENGA DIANE FERGUSON JACQUELINE FIA X ff ff if ff f f Qfffm aff GZ X ff 591, ' , f 7 40 I ,J . ,gg,,:,' ,fm ,432 ff A yu. Jw ., A ' - was f ' f 'ff' -' . iff , , f -iii ff? y " 2 , . av 3 ':f,LM ' , .1 ' f',f-N1 1 1f A. .ii REX r 1 ,.,,,7 5277 A . , ., M,- , I Q ff V f,.,,M,L ,.,,,, . , I , .,,, f':wQ,f7, W., , ' if 1.95 L, A ,, ,, 0, I ROGER FLANAGAN CANDACE FORRETTE Beaming, Starla Walkup, Heidi Stark, and Linda Anderson represent the seniors in the Homecoming Court. KERRY FREASE PATRICIA FRENCH Promoting school spirit DAVID FREYTAG WAYNE GABRIELSON LINDA GAFFIN KIM GARY STEVE GIBBS DAVID GIBSON SUSAN GLEIDT LILA GOEHRING SUSAN GOEHRING ELLIS GRAYBILL f L. 4 A 7 f , ffm? f-gf! Af , ff 1 ,df f f 4 - ,1,,,,ff f .. f 1 y ,,., I f, Y My ff QQ N DAVID GREBNER JOEL GREEN DANIEL GROETHE FRED HADD PAUL HAEDT TERRY HAEFS TIM HAGGARTY MARLISS HALTER MARY HALTER TERRI HAMM I 1' b t ' MARK HANSON MICHAEL HANSON KRISTIN HANSON PATTY HEEREN LINDA HENGEN STEVE HEWITT BONNIE HIRNING STEVEN HIXON GARY HOCHHALTER MARK HOFFMAN ...V '55 X, rf' Q, Q,..,...- O A 1 DAVID HOYER SUSAN HURD KATHLEEN HURLEY KEN JANGULA GORDON JANKORD RICK JARBOE ANTHONY JENNIGES KEVIN JENNIGES CAROL JENSEN NANCY JOHNSON Rod Schroeder seems to be sayingg "No matter how you look at it, I'm sure proud to be a Raider!" NANCY JONES SHARON JUDD JULIE JUNG CAREY KASSUBE '05 if my +1-ia... ' aaa, ji, Aw L, 9' ,.., , I ,X J 5 TERRY KENNARD CAROL KING MARY KING DALE KLEINSCHMIDT HELEN KNITTEL KERRY KOBER AUDREY KREBER TERRY KURTZ JILL LEICROIX JOE LAMKE Cathy Bachman, Commie Volin, Daphne Patterson, ' Nancy Patterson, and Mary Strom prepare for the skit put on by the senior girls of Pep Club on coro- f nation night. IRA LANEY JAN LANEY COLLEEN LANGE RYLAND LARIMER 1 MMM SANDRA LARSON WILLIAM LARSON JACQUELINE LAW DAN LEHNERT BETTE LOUDNER CAROL LYKE LINDA MCBEE KATHY MCCAULEY LEO MCFARLAND DANIEL MCMANIGAL Choosing a Class motto RICHARD MCNEIL MERLYN MAGNER JOHN MALTSBERGER DEBORAH MARTELON DEBRA MEIERS CAROL MELVIN CAROL MESSER JANICE MILLER DANIEL MINKEL JUDY MINYARD A ' ' W , ,,., ,Q , ,,.,, Of, fn-W.,,, , 1 A f hQ A, E. 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' HEIDI ST ARK MARILYN STE ARNS GARY STETLER KENT STEVENS Z ......--3 ww 3. f A554 in f' """ ,W ,..,, bifffia' ,?., Z V A A 'A Q., ' Seniors and chaperones leave for Cheyenne for a football game and an exciting overnite stay. RALPH TAYLOR PAULA THOMPSON LeANN STEVENSON SAMUEL STUART DEBRA STIDO BEVERLY STRANDE Making future plans GLEN TERRY GREGORY THEISSEN JANICE THOMAS JOHN THOMAS SHERRI TRACY KATHERINE TRENT ANTHONY TSCHETTER RHONDA TURPITT 9 ew 3 2 M 5? Q-...JZ - is 154: -' ' 1, ft, 1 f 4 if , M5241 1. -if y , JAMES URBAN LON VAN DEUSEN DEBORAH VICKERS PATRICK VIDAL CONNIE VOLIN RAYMOND VOSS BRUCE WAGMAN GALEN WAGNER MICHAEL WALDRON DEBRA WARREN Dean Bunkowski watches as Judy Minyard pours another coke. DAVID WEEKS TERRY WEISGRAM RICHARD WESSEL DANA WEST L. fri, " -Q-, i f 'Q 4 A A .ACA f S , , 5 . ,' , fi R C D AMES WHEELER BARRY WICK GENE WILEY STEPHEN WILLS PEGGY GER WOLFF WONG MUN HOE CARL WOODARD SHERRYL WORDEN SANDR We are not afraid of temorrewg because We have seen yesterday and We love today. iliiilifff' if-fm 'Wi ff 7"'f' ff ' " , ,, Af 'fQ1f,1fQf f ?i'SE?5f2ig gf f?f?4? ,5Tfff 6 Lff'f'Zi5?Qf42F1LEf-jfgli ,rife T f "ff f" 'S fmlfi 'iff' "I ffg'THff4? 4 L CJ 5IQ2T7lf5il YET THA1 ow MAN wueo me MBS A ' WAY 'LJ A 41 ,-.--,. ,-- - -h- L,,h 'q:!.if'l,v! ,, ,Ag , E ieifjf-gjaifgfigginw I H Wf'fQfffv ,, 'ff C W 1 E, RL ,E M ,--,Q'mA H I-7 Fe' G' . F9 Qfff fm I Me 39 f 1 f M f 11 ow - 4 'N - -A 'W wanna rm.: raoveffneeamalv yu '00, 0 Q. ff ' Q ' E ' f D "' M A 4 gtf+,DjJ-3 gf J C f J- 'D 'Wim WN0 If whims mme -.war ,-.NG HH' YW' "E" 'g'2,-,,,,,,,,- M 1. , ,v , gpfnlffb I 7 5f Lf ff f f 1' F f'7 5 fpfw "'EQ"""if"2iTwfT.f0 2 FEEL so vffffmgfgmqr Arm M PNN 1: resume -fvfw. J U, NJ' :Ig WAY 1 :dawn HATLNRYJ DONE - AM'm4jlT7 rw-un rr 'Meng , ' ' fQl L1' F' ffff?2f?: TRAIN? ,N I-0,5 Z'v6 FOIIQIVIY EWIV W V N A7 Cf 5 . . X-1 App vwammc-nr games' I24, .rfmfur FADE' A ' ' WA y RIT- " ' " ' " "' 3 ' ' ' Take one last look at seniors. Dave Bell is caught in the act of sliding on the bars as Sue Hurd watches. Linda Anderson finds out that Heidi Stark was cho- sen queen, E ,W..,,, :win 'H' Typical senior boys hold up the walls of SHS. Seniors Connie Volin, Partie Bettels, and Colleen Lange chat with Junior Par Taylor at Pep Club Brunch. f , yy, :um-"EZ f V ' fwfr' Q2 15 527' : 1? S .xv ,f 1-1 .3 .95 M MSL! WM.. uf f 9 X , ,,,N. in , xv ,L sg- iggfg y ,lf Q4 ' Kim Garv reacts to the news of a bomb scare unior Class Kim Riddel seems to be sayinito Gre Deis, "One more mrlli 'ter wil do it." E ,,.1 , 5 'e Juniors adju ting to th Hneww fyfyyfyf f ffffyffff Wy777 yy ff! J,,,, .,. WWW ,,,,,,, , fqZ2ff fQf Qfyf X Qfff iw ,, 'fzffijf QM ,ff ' 453' A ,, iff f f f wx!! 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Scotty Aker Adele Akers Janet Aldrich Brad Anderson Elaine Anderson Wayne Anderson Connie Andrews Craig Angel Douglas Anthony Rick Askvig Janine Ayres James Bailey Joel Bailie Susan Banning Debra Barker WU' Y B ,yrgfhyfy MA' if N X xxx 3 N W fx 'X V531 Nm X MM N .. xx A 'v W X 1 1 .la l. fy '7 f mel B lyir , . V Q 9' U A 'wh ' 1 ., fr - Mamie Baylor, Kathy Deckert, and Vickie Shroll seem to enjoy raising money for the future Proml Working at the oonsession stand V'., V. "v' ' gc :zz AW' 377' ki xii My X 'T , NX' . . ,v , ' W i't':'.',7C1."'FZ 1- ' z+,:f:n4,4aw f, . fr: 1,5641 1.55: , ,jfff -- X ,o.,, ,'- V ,Q 'B 'ff . ' - ,-. 'LYS A , . Q L A, Q 1 Carla Basler Tammy Bauer Mamie Baylor Debra Ba an Pat Beauclizngte Lisa Becker Janet Behrens Charlie Beka Geoffrey Belet Steve Bellairsl Steve Bellairs Gloria Berger David Bergeron I ay Berglund James Bergman ' Q 4-"W" X K dj K ,-.3 f 511 In 1' .. 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' W ale' ,Q M, fr, j! fw Kathy Dugger Darlene Dubej Gloria Dunmire Marcia Dunsmore Peggy Dutton Gunar Dzintars Linda Eggebraaten Mary Ellis Terry Ellison John Embrock Georgeiann Englund Curtis Ericks Kim Erickson Scott Ewing Diane Earrier 4 ff' W Q 'ff f, . or X, ,. as F S "'f"' mf 4 V 5, Knew f -A 'W' ,Mfm , , ff ,. QM1 . F , ,, wuntff .. I ' f, ff,f,,-'fp 2 -, ' F - . M ,z , -1 .1 -Q of," f,5wf, W.f4 jf ,frig- 'jf X, f 1 X ' f A Y ' we VV f ,,,, Z f ,Cf 'ff' Q 4, r 'f fir 7, N45 wtf F Way, - 712: I Mike Foure John Feehan Shelly Fenner Craig Filibeck Everette Fire Pat Frank Raymond French Terr French Mart a Garwood Richard Gensler Kathy Getty Chris Glaze for prom . . . Gary Goehring Gina Graves Jim Grebner Fred Griffen Kathy Grimm Lynn Gunderson Pat Gunderson Sandy Gunderson Richard Hadd Steve Haedt ' " 'l f f ' , "" . V ' 'V-3 ,., f -ft If f 7 6 f X Q Q3 " 2 2 if f X f ' rzflf ' K -4 " P ' H What is on the minds of Mrs. g Grosz, Bob Moe, and Jim Stevens as they sell hot dogs? The Prom! s"s f . . rrrsr lrrr d F fawifygff' -f, ,fy ,wfycpf .5 yy. , 1 'ff hair? f A W ' :rf gf 57? 'E if fdffd F F 4322 X ' X! I' f if! ! X J f 4 fQ . ,, y " I" 5' f 2 g if Linda Hallor Tony Haltman Laura Hanay Q 1 Peggy Hanna 5 s K Bill Hansen ' . 5 f ,,,, Kathy Hanson is 4 . Steve Hanson N- Q Richard Hanzlick X t Y 'K . ,if-' X a aaa r ' s, t Linda Harding aaaeaa ae 1 Pratt Harkins Xt'.tt s Kevin Harris t te 'yy Liga ofif5 ?4Ql1g.fdgfjg ' 1 elaet f B r lte Lf Cheering at games . . Jean Harrison Linda Harrison Bob Hatch Mike Haviland Candy Helmers Bob Hendrickson Julie Hessman Scott Hickey Terr? Hill Cin y Hixson John Holdaway Kelly Hollister Jeff Holmberg Rodney Holmes Michelle Holmgren wa X in h idzv :X it I N N ',.f XV' fi 1 .- f . ' lui 9' f-if mei ,.-v-.1 -- .1-. f ,M Enthusiastic Jtmiors and Seniors show spirit at pep assemblies. AH p Q . I 4 YA 4: I . .15 I as A 1 .. .Lil X, .3 x , 'I x 121' Gail I-Iorsley Penny Houk Steve Howe William Howie Cindy Hoyer Roger Jackson David Iantz Alberta Iazek Roy Jimenez Mark Johnson Robin Johnson Shelly Johnson Lance Jordan Sheliah Jung Ken Iuran is Gary Kaul Larry Kaul Dennis Kelle Lynn Kennard' Mark Kenner Mari lo Kies David Kittel Rodney Klein Henry Knapp Glenda Kockrow Dick Koppert Pat Krebs Bob Lampert Cindy Laney Linda Lanouette J ay Larsen Jerry Larsen To d Larsen Jim Laugbtland Cheryl Law t V. if M W' I , - syy.,y :,, ,L A Q .a tv is ' ii' -9 . IQ I 40 Q QQ, 'q 'E iziiigy R 4: .- W Xxx 5 D IUAVVVI N V ,, , V il 2 W 4 ' 'Q fr Q rw L 'M J ffs4s"f 11s ll'r Dlll QQ , 1,,, st My ,airy 1 ff, V I. K 1 ,151 '111'1' zy ! Q - 5' ' - r Q 4 wr .ff L 1 if A , Struggling through Histor . . . Lanell Lawrence Claudia Lease Debbie lfeeka Julie Lein Mary L'Esperance Glenda Lester Jesse Lewis Bill Liebigl Delia Kig tfield Janet Lindberg -k..f i Y ,:-, W? 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Donna Manning Robert Marowelli Jesse Martin Gre Mathey Debiie Maxey Griff Mead Carol Menning Kim Messer Ann Meyer Dan Michael Mark Michael Scott Modine Debbie Moore Connie Moravec Darby Moses -Mzfgywiff-W-.N , ,,,,4,w,5,V ,rf . .VQMM6 . if- f 4' X ' if f' W ' -M W f I , f ,YQ I I fr ,gf fy, I - ,kjQ,f,gff ' ,J r ff? ff 9, 'XTX f L -r .af I fz ff f f 1 3 My A ' is X Q f xp ,A .,,- W-. f f f f 1? riee V-Zf f ' f- f Q I - ,,,, M ,,,,i,, '77 aaa , ,, 2, , ,V In . ,,, , f ' . - Pl' , , ' ' K L 6 'Maffy . ., . , , 4 X Maxx . , , I X My , ,, 7 1, .W fr a if X 4: f .. , QQ f 2 wi , , nf 47 .JL , 9 'X E? k k fran , "1Ej'If MU i jbw to N X 1 S ,. , an , A,A 5 or x ,ma- Bob Mudlin Lon Mugaard Jerry Mulhbeier Randy Muir Tom Mullin JoAnne Murphy Marlys Myers Mike Myers Patti' Namanny Vic i Neiman Les Niederworder Lester Nies John O gulvie William Olesen Rob Gliver Rex Oliver Karen Olmesteacl Ron Olson Doug Oltmans Greg Oman Bob Ormesher Gary Ovland Steve Paleck 100 Music helps stimulate spirit for the parade njoying homecoming . . . ,K if E98 me -, 1 """'f'P' X ,,', ,.,,.,V,. f' ,If ' ff , ,V fi fi ,ff ' 5 . , fr' Z rrrr,r was - ,M M Don Parker Valorie Parker Robin Patterson Chuck Paulson Carmia Paveck Tom Payne Kelly Pennel Doug Pesek Becky Peterson Richard Petersen Vicki Peterson Donald Pompy Diane Rag-lels Susan Rat bun Tim Redden 2 Joy Rehfeld Steve Rennell Harry Richardson Kim Riddell Aloysius Rieman Pam Riggert Marsha Robinson Terry Ross Ron Rossnknecht Lynette Rossum Y U x v' L . 5 ,WM L 1. ,sk fy ' y it 1 CZ If V- QW, 3 . X iff. ., uying class rings . . . ,qw 2? - , "7 . X f 1 ,:, 4 Zfy i if W 4 7 ff if wwf Q f f 1 Z 'f I ,' l 2 , ' if, ff? ' , IW, A , num 2 ,yy y, ,X X yi 1 , 19' , 1 .W tggy v 2 5 X c X IZ W aff J C if f X 1 ., , lf,.v w-M449 -v"""S0 5 fa- 1 all K-1' X f 7 5 f Deanne Rubin Jacob Runnals Nancy Russel Marcia Ryan Linda Scandrett Kathryn Schmidt J' an Schmoll Dale Sartorius Cande Schoepf Cheryl Schtiner Sid Schumacher Gail Scott Scott Sewell Vicki Shroll Ramona Sinjem Leonard Swanson Marty Skovran Les Slaton Barb Slingsby Jo Ann Smit lOl Will it fl ?" ponders Jim Stevens, as Dever Larson and Dennis Ke ly complete the float. Jill Styles Pat Taylor Chuck Thomas Marne Thomas Paula Timm Rodney Todd Faron Trekell Ann Volberding Georgianna Vranesh Robert Wagner Rick Walters bona Warne Deborah Warren David Webb Bruce Weeks f 4 fi- ' Ni' I 7, 027 ,I , I Zvi if I , X 4 .,' WW . X94 fff V KH X s,f D , - 1 ff f - I qw 31,1 we 'W g 2 if Q24 ,. Kim Smith Barbara Spalding Mary Stan le Mike Stan ey Danny Stetler Jim Stevens Kenny Stone Becky Stradinger ,rw f If 'W f fa, Ya Y?-7?7'.' , Z a 5 ,, 1 y I 114 f vf 4 , Z- fx ,pf V I , 1, , 42 'Z .- iz f ,,4,, , gif 4 ' QW f , , 14 6 ' 5 ' , , ' V4 c4f,gf iff y , ,Z 2' PL Ii. Q ,V f .M-wi, ' Y lqa gzji' . ff, ,ff yt A.,-5.1-?"4'w.,,,q ,V nj, 'YV if Y X7 X 1,4 , 4 ,W ,, ' ' C , ci! I f T 1 .L 4011.15 9 1 ' 2 ff i' f M ,M-' X it .J J f Q I s -is . Ein J ,io Q Decorating the float Patsy Wessel John Whalin John Wheeldon Kathy White Cheryl Wickard Janet Williams Bob Williams Kim Wipf David Withee Karen Wittmere Alice Wulf Judy Yackley Donna Yost Lynn Ytreeide Cindy Zamhon Juniors show loyalty by pulling their class float in the parade. 103 Karen Dodge and Robin Reoh find that studying in the commons can be amusing. f or f , 'r , iykiif if , ,, X ff 7 jf, 5,5 .,,, y , A' LY ,ff ff , ' ff X fy' ff In Z ff!!! ,IZ ff X f ff ff X ,.,, , -if Z, ,. ,. 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'G ' 'f'f 2- I Q-4" , , ,, f V H4 K gag f A , ir, 'fr Wyse ' fa 'W 22 f f 1 A , :R .1. . ff:-i , electing Debra Deisch Debbie Demers Mike Dencavage Shirle Denke Mike ennis David Deurloo Sheryle Deuter Judy Deyo Shelly Dillion Julie Dittman Deborah Colson Dave Cook Judy Crawford Donna Cunningham Jennifer Dahl Charla Dahlberg Mary Ann Dahlquest Kathy Daniels Neil Danielson Gary DeBeer Brett DeBoer Debra DeRudder Renee l-Iennin shows her smiling spirit during the 3 Blue's "Hat Da initiation. HGW COUTSGS . . . Y , , ,V My ,yrggy , , J, , ,gs , 4 in ' M 'r, 4 4 - gm' 31:5 - . K V-V,L , I ,Wi , , ML , yk., ' ,. C f 2 ' fs rf M Q I ,ll " fx. :VWW if A 'f , ,fa -. M " , ' Y ' "" Q uf -Q M if r , "' ,..r T., ' 1 V. 5, f f W 7 ,I f-M494 2 ' ' f ' ' " ' ax ' Z. 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A 7' . -f f, , H 'ff M7 f X f X X X J? f X f X X X! f , ,ww f X X ff I X , 1 av 'Y T in ,af-1177? f 1 f + 4 X X X X fffg W a"fffv'ff,J,,ff1 , 'af fr f ,- f f 0-,ff,,,,,, ,Q , f, 4 ,,fff,,r fff ,f, Ted Tucker Maxine Tyrrell Sal? Urban Pau Vallette Jane Van Sickle Chr ee Vidal Cligon Voss Margaret Vranesh Brad Wade Kerry Waldron Steven Warkentin Donna Weber Matt Weeks Steven Weiland Diane Wellman Rita Whalin Robin Whalin Douglas Whittecar Paula Wilkinson Susan Williams Bernhard Winkler David Wi i Jan Woodlgord Nancy Woodle Shelia Wright Warren Wyman Susan Yackley Randy Yahne Scott Yeoman Jim Yohe Robin Young Michael Zapgw Valorie Zim elman Rita Zoller Scott Zoller ml. ,QM WWW X YW X X, ' A A V, ,ga my 1-,QW ,V I 41 . may,fs-yi-gf,,.,y'1,1 1, 1 Ag -,fu 1-'yi ' 'fy -1 ff,-s4fQ11'if-171 A, , ,L ' AM "fa In 1-' .. r.-, gf , at ,K f K as TX, ' :X ,. E 121 L fx M ! J ff VY I If I ,, .... ff 'X 'fr f f . N N ,K K x 7x Vg. , lfffff' 1" .-" f .I I " , 1 W! X K ' x- ,X -x, -X , n 1 fi' , W 1 ff W I M . lf! 1 'ue X F f . K f H V J V' N5 QM I . 4 1 . ' 1 . . ...K ' ' 'Nxt-. 1 f " I . . ,. . f Q 4 . . ,, , I . n ,..--' , , ,.. . . ,. . , Hs, , ' .', ,: ,.- 1 ' '- A ' .D A I t' ,' , 0 . ,. 2 Q . lr . .4 . . 4 , . 'f 4 . , ,As- -- - v 4 ,' I . n Q-.' , I 0 . . - , . - . ' - lr Q x . 1 ' ' . I . ,- ' I . 4 L s n ..' . N I I ' -X , n. , 5 1 O I -. . , . 1' . . v,.' ' . ' ' . '. L x . '. X . X Q Q -. x . x ' 0 . -r, f A. -4 i . . . Q I ' , X - .,, A y . x I - . . , -5. .0 A , ' - - 1 . x 1 . . , I eatun 123 124 The H R IDU creates spirit The "Raid" got off to a great start with a couple of spirit-filled days. There was "Clash Day", "Hat Day", "Blue and Silver for whitej Day", and "Stomp Day". Thursday night, October 16, was the coro- nation of the first Raider Homecoming Queen, Heidi Stark, and her court. Starla Walkup and Linda Anderson were chosen as the two Senior Attendants. Cindy Hoyer was chosen as Junior Page and Melanie Stember as Sophomore Page. Following the coronation was the burning of an "A", a symbol for Alliance, Nebraska, who was defeated in the game Friday night. Spirit continued to increase as the class and organization floats, the products of many hours, days, and Weeks of Work, were finished and displayed to the public in a parade on Fri- day. Cllmaxltlg the flrst Ralder Homecomlng John Beird and Carol Terry exhibit spirit during Was the Sem1'fOrma1 dance held OH Saturday homecomin by wearing their clashiest clothes for night, October 18, with music by the "Chateaux' Clash Day Spirit continues to grow as frow lj Landera Martin Qrow 23 Sharon Meador Robert Pierce, John Simmons qrow 35 Carol Terry Diane Wellman Connie Breckenridge, Kathryn Born and Vickie Hynes wear their favorite hats for Hat Day". y H +11 all 1 4, T Qu If if Ef5'L sw V, if ' ,wQ,42,,iff The Sophomore classioins in on "The Raid" by entering their float, "The Dawn of ' Sornething Great", in the parade. With a "Canine Catastrophe" the Juniors bring home an award for the most beautiful float in the parade. T V, ,W -I p 5",..u ,: f .vff , V ' -I ' ,V V,V. 1 Afwmw. fa " , ag ! 4. V I 3. I 1 , ,vm-my , , - f QW ff 42 nfd in T EW' 125 126 WW 9433 i we is as "We're number One! " comes from the Seniors as their flo at wins first place and also receives the "closest to the theme" award. ' y Q. i H " sa..- f I ' Ji? ,fgfay-ffrgi X f If fff J Raiders show fighting spirit 1 i An "A", symbolizing the Alliance team, bLu'ns in the parking lot after the coronation. Beaming with happiness is the 1969 Homecomin Court. Heidi Stark sits on her tgrone as Raider Queen while Starla Walkup and Linda Anderson, her two attendants stand. Seated are Cindy Hoyer, Junior Page, and Melanie Stem- ber, Sophomore Page. ew school starts new traditions Starting a new tradition, a Live, Lmknown, mascot crawls off a car after the parade. ns.. 127 - Heidi Stark First Raider Queen - 1969 - X7 ir 3 45 , ,- 4 f 5 a R x Linda Anderson Starla Walkup Senior Attendant Senior Attendant Cindy Hoyer Melanie Stember Iunior Page Sophomore Page 129 130 Q.,-to Entertaining the audience with some popular tunes are Gary Robinson, Randy Hammerquist, Kelly Kirshman, Doug Jansen, Tim Pavek and Fred I-lilpert fnot picturedj, , Talents shine Stevens' 1970 talent show, "Raider Rarities", was presented the 19th and 20th of February. The musical slant dominated the show with in- strumental and vocal music. Brief enjoyable in- terruptions came from the MC's: Jim Didier, Bill Lockwood, and Terry Kennard, who added bits of humor throughout the evening with jokes and slapstick comedy. The "36 Blues" displayed their dancing talent by dividing into several groups, each providing a different form of enter- tainment. Mr. Winter, who was in charge, en- listed the help of Mr. Sethney in choosing acts for "Raider Rarities". Susan Reasch sings her way into the hearts of the crowd with "Where is Love". Much to the audience's enjoyment, Barry Wick plays his own original composition. Another musical favorite, "She's My Wo- man", is sung and accompanied by Mike Brown and Ellis Graybill, 131 132 an or Seemingly enjoying his work, Faron Trekell solos I to "Venus". Singing a solo in "Manhatten Tower" is Sandy Larson, hacked up y the Stevens High Singers: Roger Flanagan, Susan Rarhbun, Lisa Becker, Val Parker and Greg Deis. Raiders perform on stage are Linda Gaffin, Le Ann Stevenson, Diane Bohne auf Rande Porter, Adel Akers and Roger Flanagan harmonize to a favorite folk song, "Sounds of Silence", M.m,', I , , , , 5, rg-,.,,,,, H , f , r1wrwmwwwm-awww-fmrzwzm-ww,1 fw,f-nz Dancing and acting to "I'1l Never Fall in Love A aim" 133 134 V the priest fTerry Kennardj, ne-act takes award at State The one-act play, "The Brick and the Rose", written by Lewis John Carlino was presented in the fall by the Stevens High School Drama Department. There were 10 actors who portrayed 46 parts. The action centers around Tommy who grows up in the slums. In the end after becoming a drug addict he dies. The play received an award at the state one-act play contest. Tommy QGary Tisthammerj says good-by to Alice fMe1- anie Stemberj, Tommy confesses his sins to f Barry Wick, Bill Lockwood, Ira Laney, Terry Kennard, and Larry Kaul gang up on Gary Tisrhammer, l I Bill Lockwood, Larry Kaul, and Barry Wick rehearse a scene, Mrs. Donahue Gan Aldrichj yells at her drunk husband, 135 136 Molly Michaelson U an Aldrichj writes to her family. . ...AT -,s xg sw r. r,,,, me Q z 523 f .1 Spring play is staged The spring play, "Take Her She's Mine", was presented by the Steven's Drama Depart- ment on April 17 and 20. The play is a two- act contemporary comedy about a girl named Molly Miohaelson, who is going to college. During her first year Molly and her family encounter some very funny situations. But in the end, as usual, things work out. Linda Lehman flvlarnie Bsalylorj, Adele McDougell QTammy Taylorj, and Sarah alker fLaurie Lynchj - sing some folk songs. , Linda Lehman Qlvlarnie Baylorj discusses the coffee house with Clancy, the owner, over the telephone. V wfmff-fwwmf, I , W1 W i fi 6 Sarah Walker fLaurie Lynchj sits quietly Mr, Michaelson fTerry Kennarclj shows Emmett thinking, qCraig Kurtzj a letter from Molly. , H, f f gy V, ,.,f Q 54.9 1 - a y ki--...,,,-M-lun..-.... Z Q A ,M , ,a M t,, M Tammy Taylor and Marnie Bailor listen to Ian Aldric . 137 1 Late Saturday afternoon, students are still hurrying to put finishing touches on prom decorations, Principal, Don Varcoe, discusses prom scenery Gina Graves wonders about the "Alice in Wonderland" scene, 138 Steve Rennell sprays flowers for prom decorations. Steve Bellairs and friend puts the final tacks on the carpeted stairway, Before . TIT Junior class advisors, Mrs, Kellog and Mrs, Cheryl Law and Julie Hessman hurry to finish the C-rosz, look on as Lance Jordan puts t e paper scenery before prom night. bricks on the wishing well. 139 140 ENTER THESE PAGES AND SEE BEYOND THE RAINBOW TO A LAND OF FANTASY. YOU'RE THE KINGS AND QUEENS IN A HEAVENLY LAND ' THROUGH A DOOR TO WHICH YOU HOLD THE KEY. Jeff Ness and Sharon Judd find a quiet moment dur- ing an exciting evening. Dana West and Judy Yackley, and Mary Bultena and Bob Faure enter the "Land of Make-Believe". IT'S A WHOLE NEW WORLD ON THE OTHER SIDE NOT THE SAME AS YOU'RE LEAVING BEHIND. WHEN IT'S OVER YOU'LL WONDER AND TRY TO CONCEIVE 'Q IJ LW I E I1 IL Tiff, " . . DID IT HAPPEN TO ME. . .iw T- J Q L ONCE UPON A TIME JL HJ 1 T WR L IN THE LAND I L OF MAKE-BELIEVE r +'1 ,J The stairway that leads from reality to the "Land of Make-Believe. " as 2 3 E i Prom-goers dance to the beat of the"Sever1th House, " 141 142 Mr, Oerlline dedicates the Homer Schwentker Library, Mr, Donald Varcoe, SHS principal, addresses those attending the dedication, Stevens High School is formall dedicated if . ,,.... a"'l Rams CITY Sensor The front of the new Rapid City Stevens High School, Hundreds of Rapid City citizens attended the formal dedication of Rapid City Stevens High School on Sunday, May 3. The new coin- plex bears the name of former superintendent Paul C. Stevens who retired in 1968. Speakers for the occasion were Supt. Charles A. Lindly, Mayor Jack Allmon, Circuit Judge Joe Bottum, and Rex Smith, president of the SHS student council. During the ceremony a portrait of Paul C. Stevens was presented and the Homer Schwentker Library in the BHAVTS was dedi- cated. Following the dedication there was an open house. 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Against the large Sioux City Central team it was a blocked punt by Kim Gary that put the Raiders ahead 7-0. However, even though Danielson averaged over 42 yards a punt, the Raider offense was unable to roll and the team suffered their first loss 7-14. ' The offense, in the form of Dave Collins and Dean Bunkowski, began to jell against Sioux Falls Washington. The two picked up a total of 147 yards but the Raiders lost the game 12-6 in the last 16 seconds. . I The toughest contest of the season came as the Raiders met Sioux Falls Lincoln, ranked number one in the state. The stout Raider defense held the Patriots four times inside the 21 yard line before bowing 20-0. ln snow at Cheyenne East, then ranked fourth in Wyoming, Dean Bunkowski raced 71 yards for the lone Raider touchdown and a 7-6 victory. At the Raiders' first Homecoming game Rick Jarboe set the pattern as he returned the opening kickoff 87 yards for a touchdown against Alliance, Nebraska. The offense began rolling as Bunkowski had 20 carries for 70 yards and Jarboe scored a second time on a 14 yard pass from Tim Crawford. The first crosstown sports clash with R.C. Central was a real fan-thriller. Although, the Stevens Raiders amassed 444 yards to the 211 for Central in the game, the Cobblers led 12-6 at halftime as a result of 2 Raider muffs. Second half long runs of Bunkowski, 50 yards and 83 yards, paved the way to a 28-20 Raider victory. , Sturgis came to town, determined to hold the greatly improving Raiders. It was the Raiders 10-0 at the end of the third quarter on a 30 yard Collins to Jenniges pass and a Ken- ny Asheim field goal. Then the Raiders offense exploded for 32 points. Bob Hatch picked off a pass after the clock ran out and raced 58 yards for the final touchdown. Both Collins and Bunkowski carried for more than 100 yards. The final game, against the Watertown Arrows, saw the Raiders offense pick up where it left off in the Sturgis game as Stevens went ahead 28-6 before the half. Although subs played half the game, Bunkowski carried 21 times for 119 yards, Jarboe scored on a 35 yard Collins pass and the defense, not to be outdone, scored as Pratt Harkins intercepted an Arrow hand- off and romped 33 yards for 6 points. The final: Stevens 35 and Watertown 13. Raider offensive unit: fFront Rowj Dave Gibson, Kim Gary, Terry Danielson, Pratt Harkins, Bob Downs, Steve Paula, Mark Hansen, and Tim Haggerty, fSecond Rowj Rick Iarboe, Dean Bunkowske, Jim Bickett, Dave Collins, and Kevin Jenninges. Clobbering the Cobblers z ag? vga! A T irss j Qs K V M, 2' ' fafas V T The tough Raider defense stops the T Ati, T 4' ball carrier at the line of scrimmage, 147 148 Rick Jarboe returns the kick-off 86 yards for a touchdown against Alliance, Raider defense stops opponents for little gain l Quarterback Dave Collins eludes a Sioux Falls Warrior on a keeper-play, Lining up for pictures is not what we do best. " XL.. 1 ' 3 an 1 , i l ' 149 150 Coaches Mr, Stemer, Mr, Boner and Mr, l-Iurlburt take time out of their busy schedule for a picture, Raider defense shines again as they stop the Alliance ball carrier in our first homecoming game Sophomores build muscles and stamina in daily workouts with blocking equipment, Building muscles and stamina Sophomore team: CFront Rowj, Robin Whalin, Lee Shepherd, Brad Wade, Tom Kushman, Mike Sisson, Rhett Oligmiller, Craig Reynick, Mitch Schutzg fSecond Rowy Bob Thompson, ,Curt Lohmiller, Lance Rombougn, Bob Pierce, Tom Naasz, Chris Doumis, Richard Pelkey, Mike Schutz, Rick Ragelsg fThird Rowj Robin Young, Doug Larson, Neil Danielson, Mike Dennis, Steve Kjellsen, Kent Mundon, Scott Bell, Bill Trankle, Del Manicke, Ken Harrison, fllourth Rowj Tarver Johnson, manafgerg Doug Siske, Robert Finley, Jim Dull, Gary DeBeer, Pat Mahoney, Bruce Penticoff, Brett DeBoer, Jef Griffith, and Dan Pittman, I'l'l3.1'1Z-lgelf, 151 152 Members of the 1969-'70 A-squad basketball team are: ffront rowj mgr, Terry Braden, Jerry Larson, Dave Collins Marc Johnson, Mike Berry, Dick Ewing, Bob Hatch, and Coach Ethan Hanks, fback rowj mgr, Jay Berglund, Rich Sagen, Doug Oltmans, Bob Nadeau, Mark Benner, Dave Gibson, Henry Knapp, Bob Moe, and Coach Gary Boner, o Big Blue. Coach Ethan Hanks made the following comment concerning the 1969-70 basketball season. "Because we were starting from scratch I'd say We made the most improvement of any team in the state. To come as close to beating the Cobblers and going to state as we did is about the best that any new team can do. Gur defense was the most important part. Although We had a little size disadvantage, l'd say we had the best defensive drive in the state." Dave Collins attempts to make a rebound, mn mwazmmwmrfw ,, v.: 'W fl ,,Q.n.,frfar,M.,Q 7 Y rampwmf-m ww., , f Raiders play B. B. November 28 saw the Raiders lose to the Huron Tigers 73-70 in the first game in the school's history. The following night they sank five points in an overtime and the Mitchell Kernals went down to the Raiders 81-76. Traveling to Pierre for their next battle, the Raiders were unable to overcome Pierre's experience as they were downed 78-69. December 13 they were bumped off for the second time by Scottsbluff Neb. 81-74. Using their home court for the first time on Dec. 19 didn't seem to help much as they were whipped by 3rd ranked QWyoming confer- encej Cheyenne Central 85-67. fi Dave Collins attempts a little fast foot work in trying to by-pass a member of the opposing team, A Patriot seems to be up in arms upon encounter- ing Mark Benner, On Dec. 26 and 27 the Raiders hosted a holiday tourney in the Stevens' gym. Par- ticipating in the two-day events were the Cobblers, Sioux Falls Washington, and Sioux Falls Lincoln. Washington slipped past the Raiders 69-67 in their first engagement of the year. The Lincoln Patriots lost to the Raiders 68-58 on the following night. The celebration over the Lincoln game was short lived when, on January 3, Spear- fish traveled here for a 66-53 win over the Big Blue. Jan. 9 saw the very first intra-city clash between the Central Cobblers and SHS Raiders. In a game in which the final two minutes were to tell the outcome of the game the Cobblers emerged on top. Dave Collins narrowed the margin to 66-61 in the final seconds with a fantastic 25 foot jump- shot. 153 154 We are 6 M. Raiders . . . Q wwf ff .pf ' cv' f if f 4. Bob Hatch goes in for a lay-up as a "Bror1c tries to block it. Arms stretch towards the ball, f,,,,,WM,, Q A week later showed that the Raiders 6 oouldn't pull out of their slump when the Belle Fourohe Broncs came down here to go back with a 66-55 Victory under their belts. ' On Jan. 24 the Black Hills conference sent the Lead Gold Diggers down to play the Raiders. In a hard fought overtime battle the 'Diggers went down 63-62. On their home court the Casper Natrona's Mustangs showed why they were ranked no. 1 in Wyoming as they ripped through the Raiders 80-55 on Feb. 6. In the second contest between the Lead 'Diggers and the Raiders, the Raiders came out on top again, but this time by a little wider ad- vantage. The final score was 66-59 on Feb. 21. . oouldnpt be prouderl Dave Gibson stretches to hit the ball to a team member, Mark Benner struggles to take the ball from an opponent, , 'ff-, I ff5.1ff ' "ig 155 156 Players exhibit skill On Feb. 12 the Raiders lost to their cross-town rivals in the second intra-city play-off. Although the Cobblers managed to keep the lead pretty much throughout the game the Raiders moved up to take the lead toward the end of the third quarter and man- aged to keep it up to the final three minutes of the game. Before 4,800 screaming fans the Cobblers pulled ahead of the Raiders and won the game 80-75. The Raiders traveled to Sioux Falls over March 5 and 6 for a return engagement with Washington and Lincoln. Playing Washington first again, they edged past the Warriors on a basket by Doug Oltmans in the very last seo- ond. The Raiders lost to the Lincoln Patriots with a 15 point margin. Avenging their earli- er loss the Patriots rolled over the Raiders 65-50. ' Dave Collins attempts a basket, closely guarded by a Cobbler, 2 , -'.. aw Doug Oltmans shows his agility as he tries to make a basket. nnnmum-MM,...au,,1, Members of the 1969-70 sophomore basketball team are: Qfront rowj Tom Kushman, Lee Shephard, Steve Kjell- sen, Bob Mudge, Doug Larsen, Greg Breemes, Dana Legner, and Doug Whitttecarg fback rowj Dean Henzlik, Lance Becker, Brett DeBoer, Bruce Penticoff, Dan Pittman, Rob Finley, Ken Harrison, and Mike Sisson. Mar. 12 and 13 saw the time for the section seven tournament to roll around. During the tournament the Raiders played the Patriots and Cobblers. Although Douglas turned out to be a little fistier than was expected, the Raiders downed the Patriots 67-56. Meeting the Cobblers for the third time it turned out to be a rough-and-tumble game all the way. Trading the lead off and on through out the game, the Raiders found themselves lowmen on the totem pole in the last five minutes of the game. Working their way up from a five point deficit the Raiders tied the game 71-71 all with one minute left. With one second left Jack Ten- nyson recovered the ball on a rebound and threw a last second desperation shot. lt went through! The Cobblers won again, 73-71. For the Raid- ers this shot ended the 1969-70 season. Sophs show good potential 157 158 Jim Bickett wrestles his way to a 6-2 win over his Sioux Falls Washington op- ponent. Stevens takes lst in District Varsity Wrestlers lst row: Jim Bickett, Dean Bunkowske, Pratt Harkins, Mark Hansen, Bob Dvorak, Mark Kenner, and Coach Long. 2nd row: Mitch LeF1eur, Doug Pesek, Brad Anderson, Bob Ormesher, Bob Mudlin, and Neil Danielson. New team gains experience "Move it, get out of there, find them, and Work" were common words heard at the prac- tices of the varsity wrestling team during the season last year. The hard work of the wres- tlers clearly showed up at the end of the year with a final record of 5-11-1. The team consisted of 3 seniors, 6 jun- iors, and 4 sophomores. The varsity team consisted of Mitch Le- Fleur 4985, Doug Pesek 41075, Brad Anderson 41155, Bob Ormesher 41235, Bob Mudlin 41305, Neil Danielson 41375, Jim Bickett 41455, Dean Bunkowske 41555, Pratt Harkins 41655, Mark Hansen 41755, Bob Dvorak 41855, and Mark Kenner 4HWt.5. Stevens qualified 11 grapplers in the dis- trict contest with Brad Anderson and Pratt Harkins taking first in the 115 lb. and 165 lb. Weight classes respectively. Five boys qual- ified for State at the Regional Tournament. Doug Pesek adds another win to his record as he defeats Sioux Falls Washington's 107 pounder. Bob Mudlin 4130 1b.5 tries to escape from his Scottsbluff opponent. 159 160 4 i Mark Hansen attempts a reversal during the 175 pound match with Scottsbluff. Stevens Sends 11 to Regional A Doug Pesek Cbottomj has control of Doug1as's Ralph KODD. Wrestling cheerleader Candy Shoepf cheers the team on with the help of Raider Bob Faure. Sophomore wrestlers are: Cfirst rowD Coach Hurlburt, Bob Dvorak, Monte Carland, Gary DeBeer, John Holmes, Jim Dull, Lance Rombough, Tom Naeser, and A1 Gibson, Csecond rowb Loren Tracy, Steve Wieland, Bob Thompson, Mike Jung, Darwin Rassmusen, B111 Ewing, and Dave Deurloo. Sophomore Wrestlers finish season with -5-1 record 161 162 Rich Curtis strengthens his muscles and develops good form on the parallel bars. Craig Bullius walks on his hands in his upside down world, ymnastios builds strength and form The boys' gymnastics team this year was under the direction of Mr. Tom Voorhis, a gym teacher in the Rapid City elementary level. The squad consisted of nine boys: Darrell Bray, Seniorg Duane Bunkowske, Rich Curtis, Pat Beaudette, and Griff Mead, Juniorsg Mike Gamet, Craig Bullius, Jim Matuska, and Dan Ladenber- ger, Sophomores. The equipment did not come in until near the end of the year, thus accounting for only one win for the year. The gymnastics team helped Mr. Williams with his gym classes. Some of the boys received school credit for this. Mr. Voorhis was quite satisfied with his first year team in spite of their record. He is optimistic about next year's team with quite a few of the boys returning. Darrell Bray concentrates on his form and technique on the side horse, Mike Camet prays for strength as he works on the rings 164 The 1969-'70 Girls Gymnastics team consisted of Cfrom leftb Janet Gunderson, Lori Ottoson, Barb Slingsby, Gina Graves, Doris Finch, Coach Mrs. Luanne Wilson, Becky Porter, Ronda Linderman, Patti Scheib, Mary Jo Bruns, Penny Spillers, Rena Henning and Kip Riddel. Moving gracefully Although this was the first year of the Stevens High Girls Gymnastics team they did very well. There were three interstate meets and one statewide. The girls Won three of the four meets. There were four fields of competition, free floor, balance beam, uneven parallel bars and vaulting. These girls have great stamina and perserverance. They practiced every eve- ning after school for five months. The re- sults were obvious. Two of the outstanding gymnasts were Barb Slingsby and Gina Graves. Barb placed second in the Intermediate Division and Gina first in the Advanced Division in the All-around State competition. PFS. ctice mak es perfect for Gina Graves wwf mV, 4w4wwrWfmmw1M,, Janet Gunderson works out on the uneven parallel bars. X ZZWWQWW fyvxf V ,,,i,, , ,,,1. , , ,, g gf f' ',', Q , ,',f :pcyfywf "f- ,"' Demonstrating her flexibility by doing a side split on the balance beam is Doris Finch. Doris shows her ability again, this time by doing a front split on the balance beam. 165 166 The 1969-'70 Cross Country team members are: fback rowj Keith Olson, Doug Oltmans, Dave Jantz, Bob Moe, Henry Kampp, Jim Wheeler, Mark Anderson, and Coach Gene Breemes, fmiddle rowj Jim McNulty, Lance Becker, Bill Larson, Bob Kafton, Dave Weeks, Pat Cain, Mike Berry, Cfront rowj Bill Blum, Craig Doumis, Bruce Brandt, Greg Breemes, John Beairecl, Scott Modine, and Bruce Weeks. For a newly developed team Stevens High School's cross country team faired well, starting the season with firsts in two meets and ending up with eleventh in the State meet. Six of the nineteen runners emned letters: Pat Cain, Jim McNulty, Bill Larson, Dave Jantz, Bruce Weeks, and Craig Doumis. Coach Breemes tapes an ankle for runner Bob Kafton. Varsitig runners are: Cfront rowj Jim McNulty Dave Wee , and Bill Larson, Cback rowj Mark Anderson, Jim Wheeler, Mike Berry, Dual Central Stevens Sturgrs Pine Ridge Central Douglas Pierre Stevens Black Hills SHS HS SHS SHS SHS SHS SHS S r h rd h 4 th 4 th Cross Country 1969 - SHS lS13 ' 1 13 ' ' S 3 d 513 3 5t State Meet SHS Runner Pat Cain gets assistance from Coach Breemes during practice session at Sioux Park. 11 th 168 44,4 Discussing their possibilities of taking state are coaches Sterner, Lindstrom and Kat- zenberger, f f . ff2.f:Q.1wW QV 5VJf,lX,' .2 f . ,-1? -14 Mfg. , ,..,L ..tt , tisct I H. X - we I ,,7s,..f4, f - H i we cc .rv ? f wx i 4 gh 'f ' oxvgis S sri , 3, if X is I fun s x 3 i , K L In mid-flight for his long jump is Rick Iarboe, Terry Larson is shown his time by coach Gene Breemes. ,M 5? p Taking 3rd in state Track season was quite successful for the mighty Raider team, placing 3rd in the state track meet and winning first place trophies in the Douglas Invitational and the Pierre Relays. The Raiders also placed second and third in many other meets this year. Helping head coach Gene Breernes were weight coach John Sterner, hurdle . coach Ken Lindstrom and Vault coach Carl Katzenberger. With only seventeen boys going to state, Tim Haggerty was the only one taking first place. Twenty-nine boys lettered in track this year. Seven of the lettermen were sopho- mores, nine juniors and thirteen seniors. For Duane Bunkowske, as Well as anyone else, hur- Mark Hanson, Rick Jarboe, Dave Collins, Bob dles demand good timing. Hatch and Bruce Weeks watch as teammates prac- A tice, Mark Anderson has to set his pole in the box just ri ht and spring off to get a -tis good pole Vau t, my-a X , V V ff' "W f i, A., I, 1-V n . ,. H -7 V .i 3 ff' f 9 ,,. , if ff' ' ' i "t' ,. ,ia ZZ It ,I ,fd V . ,L i n A .1 V I, , I L, , ,,,. i , ,,,, fx wp, f f M X ,I ff 5 ,q WW. an is ' f 9. , - WH -f -Wm: ' . ,f-:A i if M' 5'9"1::f f ,f V 1 R A- f '., 59" i it 155' 5 in V ' f 'rf 5522225 V V355 1 - viii? 3 f f f if as , iii, f 'Tiff' I I as s.,, P 5 5' 4 X Z ima if, f I gg fy , " ,Mg I f,,f""'W'fw1f'-Mf, f "4 1 s ities ,lf l r i , , ' ' 'fn jf M1752-f' ' ' L fim, 'jwwcfff fy f I :ff ZIV I -fly Lf 6,5 , ' X ryilitlil i f 170 Up, up and away. . . .! What goes up, must come down. Hopefully it will be Steve Moore. "Don't fall on us!" some members of the Rapid S 3 City Tumbling Team Seem to be saying as Lee p Speaker flies over their heads. y.. makes them the best. Although there were two schools in Rapid y City, there was still one thing that they were united in--the Rapid City Tumbling Team. Mr. Knutson, the adviser, let anyone with ability, spirit, and enthusiasm join. The 69-70 tumbling team included from Stevens: fSrs.J Greg Behrens and Dan Ness, QJrs.D Pat Beaudett, Griff Mead, Ken Stome, Rick Hadd, Ralph Murnrn, Lance Jorde, Craig Angel, and Steve Hanson, Qmanagerh. What do you think you're doing up there? Bucky Blevins, makes it look easy as he soars over fellow tumblers. - 171 172 Steve Richards is putting all his force into his back hand swing, -are 7 4 TW-www-w,......' ' , ' ff i i V, K ktkir I I , , N .V IIQ. I ,.,, , g 3 ',,: lt's a high fly ball for Gary Tisthammer. During April and May, eight boys could have been seen practicing their co-ordination, backhand, slams, drives, and overheads. Doug Oltmans, Bob Moe, Dave Withee, Steve Rich- ard, Joel Green, Gary Tisthammer, Joe Val- ette, and Mike Jung were the members of the Stevens Tennis team. When the weather was nice, the team practiced down at the Sioux Park Tennis courts, otherwise they practiced in the gym. The team didn't have a full schedule this year, in fact, they only played two teams, Central and Pierre. The record at the end of the year was: Pierre - 6 Stevens - l Central - 5 Stevens - 2 Pierre - 6 Stevens - 1 Central - 3 Stevens - 4 Central - 7 Stevens - 0 vm- Netters show agility, strength fn,::44i9Hdswnvma-fw,,,,, vnu In returning the ball Gary Tisthammer demonstrates his acrobatic abilities, "1 ' F f 1 1 ' V I .2 f-K" ifffa 'ani iv ,, 3 f f f .,,, f, . HW, I I Returning the tennis ball is an easy job for Joel Green, 173 174 1, Q -h 1fXk px 9: x f N X ' XB '. 'x Q X . 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Other projects of the Student Council were: a student exchange between Pine Ridge and Stevens, a concert by the nationally known band, Strawberry Alarm Clock, and a hike to Mount Rushmore to help hungry people locally as well as nationally. Student Council is busy as work, 2 1- i .4 6 C' , 2 v ex T , 1 1 f ii! r' 6 .., .319 M - ,, .,, f1,,giE ': H l Q, , Mr, Varcoe and Rex Smith talk with Pine Ridge students Carmel Belmar One-Feather, Pat Pour- ier, Debbie Bridwell, and Wayne Fast Horse. ,,, f. ,......,, , ,, Stevens visiting students with Pine Ridge students are Rev, Lobaj, Debbie Sheffield, Lanell Lawrence, Patty Sch- eib, Paul Herman, Delmar Brewer, Bo b Faure, Ted Standing Soldier, and Has- kel Logsdon, 177 178 Presidents Rex Smith and Tim Lund present a check to Mrs, Ellen Washburn and Mr, Richard Church well, Ouncil busy at Work The student cotmcil listens and watches attemively. ,ff wx!" Jacque Law, Bob Faure, and Rex Smith observe Dick McNeil feeding Nancy Patterson, The Strawberry Alarm Clock were a big attraction at Stevens High this year, I 180 Happiness was being honored at the Pep Club Brunch . . . Pep Club Members of the month honored were: Patty Bettles, Judy Yaokley, Sue Ban- ning, Sam Tyrell and Cande Sohoepf. Cut of these five, at the annual "Brunch" Cande Sohoepf was chosen as "Pep Member of the Year". , The 36 Blues also honored the Top Blue for 69-70, Debbie Martelon. Mrs. Hughes, advisor, with officers Debbie Shiefield, Nanoy Patterson, Sue Ban- ning, Sheryl Sohoepf, and Val Parker and the rest of the club made Pep Club "the Spirit of Stevens High." Pep Club officers, Debbie Sbiefielcl, Sue Banning, Nan- cy Patterson, Val Parker, and Sheryl Schoepf seem to be hard at work. Fun, Work adds too happiness Pep Members for 69-'70 are: qleftj Cancle Sohoepf, Sue Banning, Judy Yackley, Sam Tyrell, and Patty Bettels who is not pictured, H 4,, H Out-going cheerleaders, Helen Knittel, I an Laney, Cindy Hoyer and Dianne Farrier pick the blossom that states the '70-'71 cheerleaders, Happiness is shown with tears of joy by Lynn Kennard, Ian Schmoll, Val Parker, Sue Banning and Lynda Moeng chosen for Happiness for Penny Spillers is being 36 Blues. chosen co-captain of 36 Blues, -' W! ,gn , X X f" 182 i b 1 b Dianne Farrier Cindy Hoyer Helen A-Squad cheerleaders Cbottomb Linda Anderson, Ceaptainb Bar S ings y, , , Knittel Ceo-captainj and Jan Laney. This year for the first time in Rapid City, Stevens High has wrestling cheerleaders, Eddie Longhofer, Cande Schoepf Ccaptainj, and Margaret Kineen. Spirit leads to victory B-Squad cheerleaders, Susie Putnam, Cindy Hixson, Sharon Meador, Becky Hamilton Ceo-captainb, and Julie Hessman Ccaptainj. 84 36 Blues boost spirit New to Rapid City last year was Stevens' girls precision dance team, the 36 Blues. The group was sponsored by Mrs. Strong, with Debbie Cameron as captain and choreograph- er and Gina Graves as her assistant. The 9 seniors, 18 juniors and 9 sophomores usually practiced their routines twice a Week. They performed at some football and basketball games with the highlight being the perform- ance at coronation. Sheila Jung bows respectfully to Mrs. McCain as part of her initiation into 36 Blues, Rena Henning, Jill Bower, Gina Graves, Linda Moen, Chris Cooper, Shelia Jung, Julie Jung, Ian Schmoll, Sheila Asheim, Debbie Cameron, Debbie Warren, and Heidi Stark practice for coronation. , ,, - Debbie Cameron shows sophomores Jill Bower, Julie Gwen, Sheila Asheirn, Janet Radtke, Jackie Jansen, Deanne Sorenson, Penny Spillers, and Rena Henning a new step, I 36 Blues present flowers to Queen Heidi Stark during Coronation. 185 186 Seniors Heidi Stark, Patty Bettels, Debbie Martelon, Shelly Sabin, Julie Jung, Chris Cooper, Jane Scheib, Diane Bohne, and Linda Gafin, display their flowers. O I O W orklng hard to make It a Leslie Robinson, Lyndia Moen, Vicki Schroll, Janet Behrens, Cathy Grim, Elaine Anderson Marne Thomas Debbie Cameron and Jean Olson junior 36 Blues show t off their hats. , , , g 3, yi'-J X af f If fi' f 7f 1-.,,, f V6 ff f f ,ff ff f ff , ffffwl Off ff fff ' " ,X WW fi 'L V ' ..7fLi,,,nfg.a.:f,.v:U- V m g 1 -' -Y ,, wf' M.Q F 11 , y 'm"W"1"ffNT,.,, 6 ' 5 V "LET FMDV'-fr 2' fffflf, , " Vx 'QW-" 'muff' ' '71''Eff72l?GeQf7f"fQ7fffi,'P"71,, V Z5 f ,wh 93,55 ex .. Y, , 4 f ff fb f f Q-,xi pf ' N g, C' V ,fy fifjf Sv 7, V 1113, , V' :pg ,f,,,,g I ,rg , 7. , ,,,,,,, R ' 4, ,- 425211 1 , f Y ' ,I V I f-,:f V? f ,fe nf Vf f' f ff f f f KW z X.-If ' 'wwnj Debbie Warren and Leslie Robinson learn a new step. 36 B's practice their Dillon routine. Xue! ,x r. Junior 36 Blues are: Julie Gwen, Sheila Jung, Val Parker, Pat Taylor, Gina Graves, Jan Schmoll, Glenda Kockrow, Sue Banning, and Debbie Warren. Top Blues of 1969-'70 are: Cfrontb Julie Jung, Sheila Jung, Diane Bohne, Cbackj Penny Spillers, Lyndia Moen, Glenda Krockrow, and Debbie Martelon. 187 188 "Wow, she's a cutie!", seems to be the expression on the faces of Raider Club Members, Rich Sagem, Tim Crawford, Scott Hickey, and Rob Nadeau. Raider Club Member, Tim Callahan, spends his time studying during Mass Media, With the opening of Stevens High, much spirit was needed to overcome that of Central's the cross-town rival. The students of Stevens were wholeheartedly behind the "spirit move", but no one was behind the move more than the members of the Raider Club. The club consisted of almost 50 junior and senior boys. To qualify for membership in the club, they had to participate a certain length of time in any of the varsity sports, for example, 6 quarters of football, 6 quarters of basketball, or l point in an official track meet. The main activities of the club this year, were to raise money for blazers, decide on the color and style of the blazers, and to decide on the style of the emblem to put on the blazers. To raise this money, the club sponsored dances, received a portion of the funds from the snack bar, and the special activity was the selling of knit hats. The club ended the year with the initiation of new members and a dinner banquet. Dave Gibson and Dave Withee race to Bob Dvorak refreshes his thirst after a hectic day, the lunch line, Raider club participates 4 Z 4 Are we being invaded by Raider Club members, Jerry Larson, Doug Oltmans, Pratt Harkins, and Curt Ericks? 189 190 Jim Bickett, Raider Club member, presents a windbreaker to Coach Boner, Raider Club members, Jim Bickett, Dean Bunkowske, and Steve Richard discuss the school pep assembly, "R" Club member, Kevin Jenniges, tries to et away from it all, " Lettermen Choose new letter jackets Tim Haggerty proudly escorw junior page, Cindy I-Ioyer, coronation night. li 1 1 J Ken Asheim and Steve Richard display winning smiles after their win against Sturgis. Raider Club member, Kim Gary, refreshes his thirst at a football game, fir 192 First semester Econ Board snacks at Taylor's Restau- rant before getting down to business. Econ. Board offers scholarships The Economics Scholarship Fund, Inc. was an investment corporation chartered under South Dakota law and operated within Stevens High. The purpose was to provide a growing scholarship fund for awarding academic achievement in economics and to teach principles of economics through practical experience. The corporation was controlled by a board of directors elected from all Econ classes. First semester directors were: Dana West, Presidentg Barry Wick, Vice President, Linda Anderson, Secretaryg Terry Braden, Treasurerg Judy Minyard, Paul Haedt, Jim Didier, Kent Stevens, Wong Mun Hoe, Ryland Larimer, Starla Walkup, and Colleen Lange. Second semester di- rectors were: Dick McNeil, Presidentg Burt English, Vice Presidentg Theresa Mumm, Secretaryg Janice Miller, Treasurerg Dan Simpson, Gene Wiley, Candy Moore, Dick Ewing, Tom McFarland, Dave Gibson, Bon- nie Hirning, and Dave Grebner. Mr. Mead was the trustee and advisor. The Corporation invests in the stock market and other securities. The board had about 38,000 invested and awarded S100 in prizes for the top two scores on an Economics test. First semester officers areg Linda Anderson, Secretary, Barry Wick, Vice President, Dana West, President, and Pam Haedt, Treasurer, Second semester members Gene Wiley and Dan Simp- son talk with Mr. Jack DiSanto during a visit to the B, C, Christopher Stock Brokerage Office, Second semester Treasurer Janice Miller and Pres- ident Dick McNeil look over figures with Mr, Mead, Board Trustee, Second semester Secretary Theresa Mumm gives report to Vice President Burt English and members Dave Gibson and Bonnie Hirning. ' First semester members Barry Wick and Jim Didier discuss Board investments, Second semester members Gene Wiley, Janice Miller, Bonnie Hirning, and Candy Moore attend many board meetings. 193 Drama Club Officers for the 1969-'70 year are Rex Smith, Vice-Presidentg Barry Wick, Pres- identg Melaine Stember, Treas- urerg and Marnie Baylor, Sec- rerary. Marnie Baylor, Faron Trekell, Sandy Mueller, Craig Kurtz, Terry Kennard, and Lau- rie Lynch attentively listen to Mr, Sethney, E v 194 Drama lub brings plays to life Members of Drama Club were busy this year staging two plays and working on the annual variety show, Raider Rarities. Hours of hard work and practice went into the one-act play, "The Brick and the Rose". The play received an award at the state one-act play contest. Three SHS students received state awards. They were Jan Aldrich, Bill Lockwood, and Terry Kennard. The four receiving awards at the regional contest were Jan Aldrich, Terry Kennard, Jim Didier, and Larry Kaul. Mr. Vining, student teacher from South Dakota State, sews a button on Rodney Todd's jacket before a performance. The cast and crew of "The Brick and the Rose" pause for a break during a rehearsal, 195 196 A , yy. HLove77 is great except in tennis Tennis is becoming a popular all around sport. All you need is a tennis racket, ball and the time. lt is an inexpensive but worthwhile sport. ln the past the boys have taken part in competitive tennis but this is the first year the girls have partici- pated. There was only intramural competition within the school. All of the girls took part in a school wide tourna- ment. Patti Scheib and Liz Raabe, the tournament champions, took part in a state wide meet in Mitchell. The girls who took part were under the guidance of Mrs. Luanne Wilson. Watching their friends play a set of ten- nis are Janet Gunderson and Liz Raabe. Tennis :is a fast moving game as Patti Scheib demonstrates, Wifi "It went that-a-way" Janet Gunder- son seems to be saying. With her eye on her opponent Liz Raabe awaits the return of the ball, ln tennis the decision as to who will start the set is determined by spinning the tennis racket. The person it points nearest to will serve. Here Patti Soheib and Mrs. Wilson look on as the racket spins. 197 198 4 With shoes in mouth and suitcases in hand J en- nifer Dahl, Nancy Pender- grass, and Arlene Balado are ready to leave for their track meet in Mit- chell. Itps a long Way to victory Arlene Balado prepares to throw the shot put They,re off and running They're off and running and jumping and throwing. The girls track team that is. The team took part in three track meets In these they placed 4th, 2nd and 3rd, re- spectively. They practiced in Sioux Park during good weather and in the gym during bad. Five members participated in the state track meet in Mitchell. These five girls were Arlene Balado, Nancy Pendergrass, Cherri Cannon, Jennifer Dahl and Ann Span- gel. The 440 yard relay team placed fourth. Packing for their trip to Mitchell, where they will participate in the state track meet, are Arlene Balado and Nancy Pendergrass, Cherri Cannon keeps in shape during rainy weather by practicing in the gym. X ,N ,A,,,g,fm"' ff, ,af - 199 2OO Ar nf' Dave Cooper, , in Gre Deis, Kim K Ridgell, Mike lonte, Mark Anderson, and Kord Smith pose with Mrs. Bond's super slide rule, Science Club interests vary The Bio-Chem-Phy Science Club en- gaged in numerous activities this year. Under the sponsorship of Mrs. Diana Bond, the club Visited places like the Bell Telephone Company, KUSR FM Station, the electronics department at the Mines, and attended Astronomical Society meet- ings. Several films were also Viewed. President Dave Cooper explains his award winr ning Physics project, Science Club officers are Kim Riddell, Secretaryg Kent Stevens, V. Presidentg and Dave Cooper, President. r 4' rg usrullyi 1 Q Greg Deis, Mike Ionte, Dave Cooper, and Kim Riddell work out an experiment. 3 ,Q E f-A1 ' ff ii I V Af,f j X -, ...Lu , F A opens career World During the past year, the club heard speakers from the National College of Busi- ness, and Stewart's Beauty College. At one of the first meetings, the girls of the FSA put on a style show as a part of the pro- gram. There were approximately 35 girls in FSA and all were required to be taking some kind of business course in school. Girls were able to join the club if they were taking typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, or clerical office practice. Nancy Johnson pays close atten tion to the words said to her during her initiation, Mrs, Eleanor Stieha instructs Kathy Hurley, Presiclentg Kris Han- son, Vice Presidentg Lynn Smith, Secretaryg and Joanne Wold, Treas urerg in the duties of the offices, Mr, Earl Sutton addresses' about the qualities of a sec- retary that an executive looks or. the regular meeting of the FSA H f'f"V KE 5 uf Q .f,V Cas., ,S 7 C f Speaking at the State DECA Convention is Mr, The hard-Working officers of this year's DECA Club Peter Conway of the Century 21 Corporation. are President, Roger Wolff 5 Vice-President, Ralph Munimg - Bob Chell as Treasurerg and Jill LaCroix as Secretary, Business can be fun This year's DECA fDistributive Educa- Before the convention in March, the club tion Clubs of Americai was highlighted by a held seminars and conferences with the cities State Convention held in Rapid City. Fea- around the hills. At these seminars the group tured speaker of the convention was Mr. practiced for the state convention, by studying Peter Conway of the Century 21 Corporation retailing and business world. If a contestant who is specifically interested in the sales won in the state contest, he could go on to and marketing activities of the group. compete in the national contest. Theresa Mumrn and Marilyn Stearns attend the planning meet- ing for the State DECA Convention held in Rapid City. V . W - - .Ta t 202 .fi uture Medical -1-.:..-f Careers Club li plans ahead 'N4-.. ll g Mary Kineen and Jane Van Sickle study bone anatomy on the nurses training skeleton. t Jane Van Sickle points out arm muscles while President Nancy Patterson explains their function- lflg to Jo Bruns and Mary Kineen, 203 204 New books for a new library were pro- vided in the new Stevens High School. Boys and girls, on a voluntary basis, kept the li- brary in tip-top condition. During the year they filled the library with new books by giving them cards and a place on a shelf. They also filed cards, checked in books and gave assistance to anyone who needed it. Some student librarians were put to work as secretaries typing up book information and filing cards. Others mended old books and pasted pockets in for new books. The newly furnished library was equipped with individual booths for private studying. There were also large and small tables throughout the room with revolving soft cushioned chairs to match. A separate room was provided for magazines and news- papers that could not be checked out. Most of the books were newly purchased and the magazines and newspapers were donated. Librarians work W : 1' 'T he Vw Jim Basler Works steadily at checking in books. , Barb Nixon types library cards to insert in books. Q V mi, ' , X ,4,. S at is 12 Steve Wills looks up reference for a student. "Yes, may I help You, " Debbie Olsterholt seems to Barb Anton files magazines, one of the say with a smile, U many duties of a librarian, , A ., ff XWV 205 206 K . 4 1, 'ii .ix X P 4 I' gf ' ' f fgfgblsux X. X X . 'I -1 ua- - - N , 4 1 six tfig' x sg X X N . V X -x x gr , 1 N V Y ' Tw ff "51 1 kk h ,-'tl " " , 1 .AL I Tx' ' 1 u ..,..- t, X- -.1 u :if 2-5 I V 5 . 4 '-,uni-...:' ' 1 : x - . 1 . 1 1, . .. 5 lhi. 1 4. f . -2 . 1 I n -' . - .5 5 .1 J' i- . ,M M..-L ' ' I ' . x 'Md' 505 I . hz!! . pf' 5 I I :,.,,w,,,r y o JXT I 5'7"-:Rx '. 1 f Y I ' '. . 1- '- .' 5 . . Jn I KI --. 3 . , nfl' ug!! . , , . . . K.. ,x A A . - Q. ' .' ,051 T ' ' . Y n I ? f.'5vF' '. 5 . - ' . , mfg ,fi ,rf ,pf M ! ,.r'J' .- x - if ' f Jos u V' , . ,J all, 4 4 ,NU , sux . kzdvvvv. - 'u, . 55' : wwf 15' P PP' ryh Q I 5 ,. fu I I I I I 1' I 15,0 ' fr Q' v ' Lu l x lnususonusag--., ,i L .. .. . . .. . .. ...1'.I.'.f.J I GCIAI ACHIEVG HIS 207 208 "Look out!" says Mun Hoe to Julia Green as he helps out with the housework. The American Field Service promotes understanding by enabling students to study in foreign countries. Wong Mun Hoe of Ipoh, Pe- rak in Malaysia was Stevens' first exchange student. His host family was the Morton Green family. Joanne Rahusen from the Netherlands was the student at Central and stayed with the Clarence Schenkein family. Suzanne Beaudette, class of.'69 from Central spent a year study- e ing in Brazil. Mun Hoe and Joel enjoy strummin' the guitars together Mun Hoe explains a little about his country to his American family, from leftg Joel, Mr. Green, Julia Mun Hoe, and Mrs. Green. ' Wong Mun Hoe, Lisa Schenkein, and from Malaysia, and his host, Joel Green pose for their pictures with Suzanne Beaudtte, Joanne Rahusen from the Netherlands Cfar rightj. Suzanne spent a year in Brazil. S promotes understanding Mrs. C1 Wong Mun H ygfm if .fy , 'i - W fff M047 ff' S fffff. 7 X QV ffffiffl' " A QWWWMMHWX arence Kooiker, president of local AFS chapter, talks with Suzanne Beaudette, oe, and Joanne Rahusen. xwwnw w.,f4fMzg4.-M.fa,,bw WIA' -W Vvfvhfny-i,yffKfrM4ff wafewwwwwf' M191 2 ., f.,, .,,, f, ff MMM f A fwwgl 71 .1 V amz-W ww :'7,e",'f. , 5215 Qmmwwd 209 210 Girls attending Girls' State l969 at Dakota Wesleyan College at Mitchell are: standinjg from left to rightg Diane Bohne, Shelley Sabin, Janet Abington, Jody Messer, and Kerry Mooreg seate are Sue Goe- hring and Candy Moore, Students attend Boys, Girls State Boys attending Boys' State at Northern State College at Aberdeen in l969 are: Standing from right to left, Rex Smith, Dave Cooper, Sid Spelts, Rick Iarboe, and Dean Bunkowskeg seated rom left to right, Dick McNeil, Dick Ewing, Joel Green, Ion Rochester, and John Whitney, l Boy Staters for 1970 areg Seatedg Wong Mun Hoe, Lancelordan, Bob Moe, Jay Berglund Dick Koppert, Stand- ing: Doug Olnnan, Dave Collins, Glen Giacoletto, Duane Bunkowske, Bob Hatch, and J'erry,Larson. Girl Staters for 1970 are: first row: Sandy Gunderson, Beckie Moen, Judy Yackley, Betty Bickle, Second row: Lisa Becker, and Janet Aldrich, t yt 211 212 54 u J All-State Orchestra members Dever Larson, Joel Green, Tom Howie, Gary Robinson, Mark Braly, Dan Shuck, Mike Dawson, and Lanel Lawrence pose be- fore practicing. All-State Orchestra members David Grimm, John Whitney, Dave Sisson, Carla Oelson, Carmia Pavek, Judy Yac- kley, and Becky Porter prepare to play, Jaw usicians earn All-State rank : u i , . - :,lA. . I 1 ig -V.,1 V L, . l v q Stevens had a record number of students achieving the All- State band, They were: John Whe- eldon, Mike Coates, Mark Bray, Julie Oster, Diane Bohne, Norman Curtis, Lynette Rossum, John Whitney, Georgiann Englund, Shelly Sabin, Sharon Judd, Mary Ann Dahlquist, and Becky Peter- son, 213 214 lil- Roger Flanagan, Diane Aho, Sandy Larson, Dave Withee, Lisa Becker, Greg Deis, Ter- ry Braden, Candy Moore, Rex Smith, Sue Rathbun, Richard Rust, Diane Ragels, Marsha Dun smore, Terry Kennard, Julie Lein, Dale Young, Betty Bickel, Val Parker and Sue Goehring show their happiness upon being named to All-State Chorus. Students earn state, national awards PZ fi Rex Smith is congratulated by a representative of Senator Mundt and S a M D, C, for being one o the two South Dakota seniors to win the 'i , xxx ,r - .aw ......,. ,-, , E1 tw. at Hearst Award X en tor cGovern in Washington Janet Abington prepares to stud after winning the Betty Crocker Homemaher of X Tomorrow Contest, "X -J 215 216 , , 2 , ffl 'WM fiwgg muh? , 4Qf , 1-if fi' 1 Q.. f.,,,: 1 ow, VVVVV A yy! f' , Kathy Hurley demonstrates her business abilities after being honored by the West Kiwanis Club. Special recognition given to Stevens students Cheerleaders Diane Farrier, Barb Slingsby, Cindy Hoyer I an Laney and Helen Knit-tel admire the Spirit of Six trophy. def ,ff Jim Didier, Bill Lockwood, Terry Kennard and Janet Ald- rich watch other students act after they placed in the State One-act Play contest. Q a c as sth All-State Photographer Bruce Wagman and All- State Journalist Sid Spelts show their ' brotherly love", 217 DECA members, placing in the state contest, Bob Chell, Bob Collins, Theresa Mumm, Randi Porter and Jill LaCroix take time out from their busy schedules for a picture. DECA achievers recognized , ? ,s " 4 t ' ' ' Q25 " few ff .V .,,. ' ' ' 47, pw, , ' , , I 'M ,',' p , 4, f , ,. ,, V , 'Q QT Q , - ' - ' " " f' '47 f l t.s H 4 s 4, . 1 , I f Q if Y , , ' f H nut. , ,, ., fbftfr f , . 'hw-mu , , . ., ,f 4' 1 f ,- V 7 ft-v,, 'ff fwrwm Q, K , www-,,, A . f yy f ,. 'A " 'M A ,A , , Q, V' I , , ' ' ' yfffw V -7' My ' , - , , . V, gf 74 ,f Nw f '- Ricky Ann Post flashes her winning DECA Sweet- heart smile, 218 Dave Collins seems to be going through basket- Athletes receive top awards Mr, Ed Dull presents the Top Raider trophy to Dean Bunkowske for his football and leadership abilities. Dean Bunkowske and Mark Hanson may be clowning around now, but they certainly weren't during football season, Both were named to the All-State Football team. ball action in his mind that won him a place on the All-State Basketball team, f ,. f .lf rag,-W' , - Xxx X f 219 220 Gina Graves congratulates Debbie Martelon on her being chosen top 36 Blue, Awards Won for HPep workw Candy Schoepf seems happy on being se- lected Pep Club member of The Year. 1 1 'l My Qiyig' ., I 767 ,t,t ,l - Dave Cooper shows his science techniques that placed him in the School of Mines Science Fair, Students place in School of i ines contests Greg Behrens, Dave Cooper and Pat Vidal prove their abilities as mathematicians after placing in the School of Mines Math Contest. ,fn-S 'X ,-,NK .,,,fXw,.M,,,f ""'-NM!! .,,, W, fd' 'WaAHNX"wr, I ' -""'M"-"R f a. bf-aw in , X N I ,wk,,,..NT If 'N'-f. kk ,-....,,,- H ' 'ex 'xwbff M!-U-4' 'I I """""'f '61, :' f ,-,. 55' Lg M., L I XV 5 ' ' 41 f 221 222 QV' Best represent- in seniors in the S vocal music depart- ment are Candy Moore, Rex Smith, and Terry Braden, HWe are great Susan Goehring, Gary Robinson, Paul Haedt, Diane Bohne, and Shelley Sabin represent seniors in the instrumental depart- ment. ' Mf- ,,.,-use-1 Chosen to represent the seniors in Pep Club because of their spirit are Helen Knittel, J an Laney, Debbie Sheffield, and Colleen Lange. ,- ., I As you can see Jim Bickett, Dean Bunkowske, Dave Gib- son, and Dick Ewing exhibit the spirit of the seniors in Athlet- ics, . 223 224 Xdfepre tile Stephanie Pengra and Jim Didier, chosen to represent the seniors in Debate, direct a regular class, Best representing the seniors in the Drama Depart ment are Terry Kennard and Sandi Mueller. Class of,.. H Seventy. M Joel Green and Dan Shuck represent the seniors in the Orchestra Depart- ment. Representing seniors in photography, yearbook, and the newspaper are Bruce Wagman, Carol Lyke, Carol Chalberg and Jill Basler, 225 226 MM The Class of '70 and onlookers fill Stevens High Gymnasium, ating class received diplomas. The cere rnony ended the year with anticipation of the future and a twinge of sadness at leaving old friends behind The symposium was entitled "Raider I with Jirn Didier as moderator. The speak- On May 26, 1970, Stevens' first gradu- . - - X 11 ers and their speeches were: Roger Wolff- Y "Countdown", Jane Burgess - "Liftoff", Jud Minyard - "Flight Plan", and Janet Abing- ton - "Splashdown". The Class Song "Life Song" was corn- posed by Barry Wick and the lyrics written by Rod Schroeder - both seniors. Hopefully a tradition has been set for the originality of class songs to come. C C 0 7 7 Raider I blasts off Terry Braden directs the class song while Barry Wick accompanies on the piano. NL ,mf I l,,,. I - to 1' ' d P HWe are not afraid of tomorrow because We have seen yesterday and We love tedayf, 11 Ida Reder talks with fe ow graduates after ceremonies. H f 11 928 ccWe love the halls of this school, but We love the people of these halls much morefp Facuit and Administration Anderson, Dr, Paul 12 Atkinson, Sally 16 Baumgartner, Duane 16 Binder, Samual16 Bond, Diana 1,6 Boner, Gary 16, 34, 150 Bravo, Linda 16 Breemes, Gene 166, 167 Britzius, Russell 2 0 Brunson, Harry23 Christian, Le and 23 Claseman, Madeline 22 Cone, Ada Mae 17 Dobson, Larraine 22 Felt, Beatrice 22 Fingerhut, Eugene 17, 69 Glaim, Sam 12 Greeley, Carl 23 Grove, Ardelle 17 Grosz, Darlene 17, 94, 138 Halla, Stanley 17, 18, 36 Hamm, Carl 12 Hand, Sherman 23 Hanks, Ethan 152 Hartshorn, Robert 17 , 43 Hershey, William 23 Heier, Carold 4 Hoyer, Julane 21 Hughes, Mary 17 Hurlburt, Mick 17,150,161 Htuiter, Phil. 23 Ingram, Ruby 22 Iarboe, Kenneth 18 Katzenberger, Carl 18 Kellogge, Hazel 18, 139 Kendall, Jim 18 King, Dr. Hanford 12 Krause, Clara 18 Lark, Mary 15 Lindly, Dr, Charles 12,13 Linstrom, Ken 19 Lipp, Marcella 22 Long, Thomas 19, 41, 158 Main, Hosie, 19, 58 Martin, Dann 19, 62 McArthur, Etlilel 21 McCain, Reba 19, 184 McNeil, Lloyd 23 Mead, Richard 19, 193 Nadeau, Leslie 15 Oerlline, William 142 Olson, Althea 19 Owens, Richard 14 Patterson, Robert 19 Peiman, Donald 19 Peterson, Ray 23 Phillips, Vera 22 Potfenberger, Cheryl 19, 26 Purper, Kenneth 20 Rasmussen, Mildred 22 Rice, Dr. Robert 13 Rodvold, Edith 21 Rypkema, Lloyd 12 Sanders, Barbara 20 Schwarting, Marvin 23 Sethney, Richard 20, 28, 194 Shannon, Dinah 20 Smith, Louis 23 Sogn, Selma 20 Sorenson, Fay 22 Staley, William 17 Statt, Audrey 22 Steel, Shirley 22 Sterner, John 150 Strong, Muriel 20, 69 Twiss, Lawrence 23 Varcoe, Donald 14, 18, 77, 138, 142 Vaughn, Lois 20 Williams, Robert 20, 40, 163 Wilson, Lu Anne 164, 197 Winter, Milo 20, 52 Withee, Betty 22 Zamow, Josephine 20 Zimbelman, Delores 22 Activities and rganizations Art 38 Bands 52 Basketball 152 36 Blues 184 Boy's Gymnastics 162 Business Education 35 Cheerleaders 182 Choirs 46 Cross Country 166 DECA 202 Disttibutive Education 36 Diversified Occupations 37 Drivers Edu cation 41 Drama 28 Drama Club 194 Econ Board 192 English 26 Faculty 14 Football 146 Future Medical Careers Club 203 Future Secretaries of America 201 Foreign Languages 30 Girl's Athletic Association 196 Girl's Gymnastics 164 Golf 172 Graduation 226 Homecoming 124 Home Economics 39 Journalism 62 Juniors 88 Library 204 Mathematics 34 Orchestra 58 Pep Club 18 Photography 60 Plays 134 Prom 138 Raider Club 188 Raider Rarities 130 Representative Seniors 222 Science Club 200 Sciences 32 Sophomores 104 Student Council 176 Tennis 173 Track 168 Tumbling 170 Vocational 42 Wrestlin 158 Yearbooi 64 K 137 King, Carol 76 230 A Abington, Janet 68,215 Aho, Diana 48, 58, 68,214 Aker, Marcia 68 Anderson, Craig 68 Anderson, Elaine 68 Anderson, Linda 68, 73, 86, 1 182, 192 Anderson, Mark 68, 166, 167 Angel, Susan 68 Anton, Barbara 68, 205 Asheim, Kenneth 68, 191 Auch, Ronald 70 Aukerman, Karen 70 B Bachman, Cathy 70, 176 Barker, Raymond 27, 70 Basler, Barbara 70 Basler, Jill 62,70, 225 Batunberger, David 70 Behrens, Gregory 70,221 Bell, David 70, 86 Benedick, Dan 70 Benner, Mark 70, 152 Benson, Karen 70 Berry, Michael 43, 70, 152, 1 Besancon, Bill 70 Bettels, Patricia 71, 87, 180, 27,129, 66,167 186 Bickett, James 71, 147, 158,190, 223 Biernbaum, Mark 71 Bohne, Diane 33, 71, 186, 187, 213, 222 Bolado, Arlyne 71, 198, 199 Borsenski, lim 71 Braden, Terry 48, 50, 68, 71, 152, 214, 222 Bray, Darrell 71, 163, Brown, Michael 71, 131 Bunkowske, Dean 71, 83,147, 158, 190, 176, 219, 223 Burke, Deborah 71 C Callahan, Timothy 71, 188 Carland, Karen 37, 71 Carlson, Mark 71, 132 Case, Gary'7l Chalberg, Carol 64, 71, 225 Chell, Robert 71, 202, 218 Coldwell, Ramon 71 Collins, Marc 71 Collins Robert 71, 218 Cooper Christine 72, 184, 186 Cooper David 72, 221 Corbin, Terry 72 Crawford, Tim 72, 188 Curtis, Norman 72,213 Seniors D Dahn, Kenneth 72 Dalin, Debra 72 Danielson, Terry 72, 147 Daughenbaugh, Gail 72 Daughenbaugh, Valerie 72 Davis, Char es 72 Dennis, Judy 72 Didier, James 29, 72, 193, 195, 217 224 Drew, Michael 72 E Ehlers, Randall 48 English, Burt 193 Everts, Doug 72 Ewing, Richard 32, 72, 152, 223 F Faure, Robert 72, 79, 140, 160 177, 179 Fenega, Mary 72 Ferguson, Diane 72 Fia, Jacqueline 72 Flanagan, Roger 32, 33, 48, 50, 73, 214 Forrette, Candace 15, 65, 73 Frease, Kerry 73 French, Patricia 73 Freytag, David 73 G Gabrielson, Wayne 73 Gaffin, Linda 33, 73, 186 Gar , Kim 32, 73, 147,191 Gibhs, Steven 73 Gibson, David 73, 147, 152, 189, 193, 223 Gliedt, Susan 73 Goehring, Lila 73,223 Goehring, Susan 48, 50, 73, 214 Graybill, Ellis 73, 131 Gre ner, Dave 74 Green, Joel 58, 59, 74, 208, 209, 212, 225 Griffin, Mark 58 Groethe, Daniel 74 1 H Hadd, Fred 27, 74 Haedt, Paul 51, 74, 192, 222 Haefs, Terry 74 Haggerty, Tim 74, 81, 147, 191 Ha ter, Marlis 74 Halter, Mary 74 Hamm, Terri 74 Hansen, Mark 74, 158, 160, 219 Hansen, Michael 74, 147, Hanson, Kristin 74, 201 Heeren, Patty 74 Hengen, Linda 74 Hewitt, Steve 74 Hirning, Bonnie 39, 74, 193 Hixon, Steven 27, 74 Hochhalter, Gary 74 A Hoffman, Mark 74 Hoyer, Dave 48, 75 Hurley, Kathleen 75, 201, 216 Hurd, Sue 75, 86 Hutchison, Thomas Hutton, Kenneth J Jangula, Ken 75 Jan ord, Gordon 75 Iarboe, Rick 48, 75, 147, 148 Jenniges, Anthony 75 Jenniges, Kevin 43, 75, 79, 147 190 Jensen, Carole 75, 89 Jensen, Doug 130 Johnson, Nancy 75, 201 Jones, Nancy 75 Judd, Sharon 75, 140, 213 Jung, Julie 75, 184,186, 187 Kassube, Carey 75 Kennard, Terry 48, 50, 76, 134, King, Mary 76 Kleinschmidt, Dale 76 Knittel, Helen 76, 78, 181,-182, 216 223 Kober, Kerry 76 Kreber, Au rey 76 Kurtz, Terry 76 ' L LaCroix, Jill 76, 202, 218 Lamke, Joe 76 Laney, Ira 48, 76, 135 Laney, Jan 76, 181, 182, 216, 223 Lange, Colleen 65, 76, 87, 223 Larimer, Ryland 76 Larson, Sandra 32, 48, 50, 77, 214 Larson, William 77, 166, 167 Law, Jacqueline 48, 68, 77, 179 Lehnert, Dan 77 loudner, Bette 77 Lyke, Carol 65, 77, 224 Magner, Merlyn 77 Maltsberger, John 77 Martelon, Deborah 77, 186, 187, 220 McBee, Linda 77 McCauley, Kathleen 77 McFarland, Leo 77 McManigal, Daniel 77 McNeil, Richard 77, 176, 179, 193 McNulty, James 166, 167 Meiers, Debra 77 Melvin, Carol 77 Messer, Jody 61, 77 Miller, Janice 56, 77, 193 Minkel, Daniel 77 Minyard, Judy 77, 83 Moen, Russ 78 Moore, Candace 48, 50, 78, 193, 214, 222 Moore, Kerry 78 Moorehouse, Patricia 27, 78 Moos, Gloria 78 Mudlin, Sam 26, 78 Mueller, Sandra 78, 194, 225 Muldoon, William 78 Mumm, Theresa 37, 78, 193, 202, 21 8 Murner, William 781 N Neal, Cathy 35,78 C Nelsen, Don 78 Nelson, Anita 78 Ness, Jeff 140 Nye, Celia 78 O O'Connell, Sharon 79 Olson, Sharri 79 Osterholt, Elvin 79 Patterson, Daphine 76, 79 Patterson, Nancy 76, 79, 176, 179, 180 Paula, Steve 32, 79, 147 Pendergrass, Jane 79 Pengra, Carl 79, 224 Pengra, Stephanie 79 Petersen, Dell 79 Porter, Rande 33, 79, 218 Post, Ricky 79, 218 Pullen, Daniel 79 Quinn, Malcolm 68, 79 R Rauert, Timothy 51, 81 Reder, Ida 81 Reed, Jeff 81 Richard, Steven 81, 190, 191 Rittenhouse, Terri 81 Robinson, Gary 51, 58, 81, 130, 212, 222 Rounds, Midcge 48, 81' Rust, Richar 48, 50,214 S Sabin, Shelley 53, 81, 186, 213, 222 Sandstedt, Lee 65, 81 Scheib, Jane 186 Schmidt, Debra 81 Schneider, Rosalind 35, 81 Schriner, Deborah 81 Schroeder, Rodney 75, 81 Schweitzer, Chuck 81 Severson, Barbara 81 Shea John 81 Sheffield, Debbie 81,l77, iso Shuck, Daniel 58, 81, 212, 225 Sichterman, Norbert 81 Simpson, Daniel 81, 193 Singpiel, Vicki 81 Sisson, David 58,212 Skyberg, Bruce 81 Slayton, Les 81 Smith, Ken 81 Smith, Lynn 81,201 Smith, Rex 48, 50, 53, 81,143, 176, 177, 178, 179, 194, 214, 215, 222 Snyder, Lester 81 Soderquist, Diana 81 Spain, Bruce 81 Spelts, Sid 62, 81,217 Stark, Heidi 53, 73, 81, 86,127, 128 184, 185, 186 . Stearns, Marilyn 81,202 Stetler, Gary 81 Stevens, Kent 81 Stevenson, Le Ann 33, 82 Stewart, Samuel 60, 82 Stido, Deborah 82 Strande, Beverly 82 T Taylor, Ralph 82 Terry, Glen 82 Theissen, Greg 82 Thomas, John 82 Thompson, Paula 82 Tracy, Sherri 82 Trent, Kath 82 Tschetter, Xnthony 82 Turpitt, Rhonda 82 Urban, James 51, 58, 83 V Van Duesen, Lon 51, 83 Vickers, Deborah 83 Vidal, Patrick 83,221 Volin, Connie 76, 83, 87 Voss, Raymond 83 W Walkup, Starla 73, 127, 129 Wagman, Bruce 61, 64, 83, 21 Wagner, Galen 83 Waldron, Mike 51, 83 Warren, Debra 83 Weeks, David 83, 166, 167 Weisgram, Terry 83 Wessel, Richard 83 West, Dana 68, 83, 140,192 Wheeler, James 84, 166, 167 Whitney, John 212, 213 wrek, Barry s4,1.31,135,192, Wiley, Gene 84, 193 Wills, Stephen 84,205 Wipf, Peggy 84 Wolff, Roger 84, 202 7,225 193,194 Wong, Mun Hoe 84, 208, 209, 211 Woo ard, Carl 84 Worden, Sherryl 84 Young, Merle 48, 50, 214 Zimmerman, Sandra 84 232 , A Aker, Scotty 89 Akers, Ade e 33, 48, 89 Aldrich, Janet 24, 48, 89, 135, 136, 137, 195, 211, 217 Anderson, Brad 89, 158 Anderson, Elaine 48, 89, 186 Anderson, Wayne 89 Andrews, Connie 89 Angel, Craig 89 Anthony, Douglas 89 Askvig, Rick 89 Ayres, Janine 89 B Bailey, James 89 Bailie, Joel 89 Banning, Susan 47, 89, 180, 181, 187 Barker, Debra 89 Basler, Carla 90 Bauer, Tamara 90 Baylor, Marnie 47, 90, 136, 137, 194 Bayman, Debra 90 Beaudette, Robert 90 Becker, Lisa 32, 48, 50, 90, 211, 214 Behrens, Janet 51, 56, 90, 186 Beka, Charley 90 Belet, Geoffrey 90 Bellairs, Steve 90, 139 Berger, Gloria 90 Bergeron, David 90 A Berglund, Jay 90, 152, 211 Bergman, James 90 Bergman, Paul 91 Bes ara, Deborah 65, 91 Bickel, Betty 48, 91, 211, 214 Bray, Mark 51, 53, 58, 91, 212, 213 Brewer, Dale 44, 91 Brewer, Gale 91 Brooks, Eric 91 Brown, Richard 91 Brunick, Michael 91 Bultena, Mary 91, 140 Bunkowske, Duane 32, 91, 211 Burton, Jay 91 Burton, Robert 91 C Callahan, Nancy 91 Cameron, Debra 27, 58, 91, 184, 1 85, 1 86 Casale, Jeffrey 92 Cass, Gary 92 Chaloupka, Roger 92 Christensen, Nancy 92 Christansen, Craig 92 Clement, Lisa 92 Clutter, Pam 92 Clutter, Terry 92 Coates, Michael 92,213 Cole, David 92 Collins, Dave 21, 92, 147, 149, 152,219 Collins, Debra 92 juniors Corcoran, Penny 92 Cordes, Gregory 92 Corner, Robert 63, 92 Coyle, Jacqualyn 93 Crosmer, Kay 48, 93 Crosswhite, Kathryn 56 Crowley, Dan 93 Curtis, Richard 93, 162 D Dahlberg, Zada 93 Davis, Robyn 93 Dawkins, Rhonda 51, 93 Dawson, Michael 58, 93,212 Day, Marcia 93 Deckert, Catherine 48, 93 De Ford, Patricia 48, 93 Deis, Gregory 32, 48, 50, 93, 214 Doumis, Craig 93, 166 Downs, Robert 93, 147 Drew, Robert 93 Dubej, Darlene 93 Dugger, Kathy 93 Dunmire, Gloria 93 Dunsmore, Marcia 48, 50, 93, 214 Dutton, Peggy 93 Dzintars, Gunar 93 E Eggebraaten, Linda 48, 93 E lis, Mary 93 Ellison, Terr 93 Embrock, Joldin 28, 93 Englund, Georgiann 58, 93,213 Ericks, Curtis 3, 189 Erickson, Kim 51, 58, 93 Ewing, William 93 F . Farrier, Dianne 93, 181, 182, 216 Faure, Michael 94 Feehan, John 51, 94 Fenner, Shelli 94 Filibeck, Craig 94 Fite, Everette 94 Fitzner, Howard Frank, Patrick 94 French, Raymond 94 French, Terry' 94 G Garwood, Martha 94 Gensler, Richard 94 Getty, Kathy 94 Giacoletto, Glen 41,211 Glaze, Kristin 94 Goehring, Gary 94 Graves, Gina 94, 138, 164, 184,187,220 Grebner, James 94 Griffin, Frederick 48, 94 Grim, Kathleen 94, 186 Gunderson, Lynn 94 Gunderson, Patrick 94 Gunderson, Sandra 211 Gwinn, Julia 185, 187 H Hadd, Richard 94 Haedt, Steve 94 Hallor, Linda 95 Haltman, Tony 95 Haney, Laura 95 Hanna, Peggy 95 Hansen, Kathryn 95 Hansen, William 95 Hanson, Steven 95 Hanzlik, Richard 95 Harding, Brenda 95 Harding, Linda 95 Harkins, Pratt 27, 29, 95, 147, 158 189 Harris, Kevin 95 Harrison, Jean 29, 95 Harrison, Linda 95 Hatch, Robert 95,152,211 Haviland, Michael 95 Helmers, Candace 95 Hendrickson, Robert 95 Hessman, Julie 95, 139, 183 Hickey, Scott 95, 188 Hill, Terry 95 Hixon, Cynthia 183 Holdaway, John 95 Hollister, Kell' 51,95 Holmberg, Jef1j95 Holmes, Rodney 95 Holmgren, Michelle 56, 95 Horsley, Gail 96 Houk, Penny 96 Howe, Steven 96 Howie, Tom 58, 96, 212 Hoyer, Cynthia' 48, 88, 96, 127 181,182, 191, 216 J Jackson, Ro er 96 Jantz, Davis 96, 166 Jazek, Alberta 96 Jimemez, Roy 96 Johnson, Marc 96, 152 Johnson, Robin 41, 96 Johnson, Shelly 96 Jordan, Lance, 96, 139, 211 Jung, Sheliah 28, 96, 184, 187 Juran, Kenneth 96 ' Kaul, Gary 97 Kaul, Larry 48, 50, 97, 135, 195 Kelley, Dennis 97 Kennard, Lynn 48, 97, 181 Kenner, Mark 97, 158 Kies, Mari 97 Kingsbury, Ken 42 J J 1 J J V I 'J 1 J i Am Kittel, David 97 Klein, Rodney 97 Knapp, Hemy 97, 152,166 Koppert, Ric ard 51, 57, 97, 211 Krebs, Patrick 97 Kockrow, Glenda 97, 187 L Lacy, Tery Lampert, Robert 60, 97 Laney, Cynthia 97 Lanouetee, Linda 62, 97 Larsen, Jerry 97, 152, 189, 211 Larsen, Orrin 97 Larson, Jay 58, 59, 97, 212 Laughtland, James 97 Law, Cheryl 48, 97, 139 Lawrence, Lanell 58, 97, 177, 212 Lease, Claudia 47 Lein, Julie 48, 50, 214 L'Esperance, Mary 56, 97 Lewis, Jesse 97 Liebi , Richard 97 Lighrfield, Delia 56, 97 Lindber , Janet 65, 97 Linn, Rlgronda 98 Lockwood, Bill 98, 135, 195, 217 Logsdon, Haskel 98,177 Lotz, Becky 98 Luden, Rick 98 Lundberg, Don 98 Lundberg, Ron 98 Lyke, Peggy 65, 98 Mr McDonald, Pamela 98 McManigal, Lynn 98 McMullen, Mark,98 McWal1y, Patricia 48, 65, 98 Mack, David 98 Maloney, Barb 56, 98 Maltsberger, Jim 60, 98 Manning, Donna 98 Marowelli, Robert 98 Martin, Jesse 98 Mathey, Greg 44, 98 Maxey, Deborah 48, 98 Mead, Richard 98 Menning, Carol 98 Meyer, Ann 27, 38 Michael, Dan 98 Michael, Mark 98 Modine, Scott 98, 166 Moe, Bob 88, 152, 166, 211 Moen, Beckie 47, 211 Moen, Lynda 48, 181, 184, 186, 187 Moore, Deborah 98 Moravec, Constance 98 Moses, Darby 98 Mudlin, Bob 99, 158, 159 Mulglgard, Lon 99 Mu lbeier, Jer? 99 Muir, Randal 9 n Mullin, Thomas 99 Mumm, Ralph 202 Murphy, Jo Anne 99 Myers, Marlys 99 Myers, Mike 99 Manny, Patty 99 N Neiman, Vicki 99 Niederworder, Leslie 44, 99 Nies, Lester 99 Nixon, Barb 204 O Oleson, Jean 47, 186 Ogilvie, John 99 Olesen, William 99 Oliver, Rob 99 Oliver, Thomas 99 Olmstead, Karen 99 Olson, Roger 99 Oltmans, Doug 99, 152, 166, 189 Oman, Greg 99 Ormesher, Bob 99, 158 Ovland, Gary 99 P Parker, Don 100 Parker, Val 32, 48, 50, 160, 180, 181 187, 214 Patterson, Robin 100 Paulson, Charles 100 Pavek, Carmia 58, 100, 212 Payne, Tom 100 Pennel, Kelly 56, 100 Pesek, Doug 100, 158, 159, 160 Petersen, Becky 100, 213 Peterson, Vicki 100 Peterson, Richard 100 Pompy, Don 100 R Ragels, Diane 48, 50,100, 214 Ramsey, Steven 63 Rathbun, Susan 32, 48, 50, 100, 214 Redden, Tim 62, 100 Rehfeld, Joy 47, 63, 101 Rennell, Steve 101,139 Richardson, Harr 101 Riddell, Kim 101' Rieman, Aloysius 101 Rigngert, Pam 101 Ro inson, Lezlie, 186, 187 Robinson, Marsha 65, 101 Ross, Terry 101 Rossknecht, Ron 101 Rossom, Lynette 101, 213 Rubin, Deanne 101 Rundell, Steve 42 Runnalls, Jacob 101 Russell, Nancy 101 Ryan, Marcia 48, 101 fg. Satorius, Dale 101 Scandrett, Linda 101 Schmidt, Kathy 101 Schmoll, Jan 101, 181, 184, 187 Schoepf, Candace 64, 101, 160, 180, 183,220 Schriner, Cheryl 101 Schumacher, Sid 101 Scott, Gail 65, 101 Sewell, Scott 101 Shroll, Vickie 101,186 Sinjem, Ramona 101 Skovran, Marty 101 Slaton, Les 101 Slingsby, Barb 88, 101, 164, 1 Smith, Jo Anne 56, 101 Smith, Kim 102 Spalding, Barb 102 Stangle, Mary 102 Stan ey, Mike 102 Stetler, Dan 102 Stevens, Jim 63, 88, 102 Stone, Kenny 102 Stradinger, Becky 102 Swanson, Leonard 101 Styles, Jill 102 T Taylor, Pat 87, 1 02, 187 Thomas, Charles 38, 1 02 Thom as, Marne 1 02, 1 86 Timm, Paula 48, 102 Todd, Rodney 48, 102, 195 Trekell, Faron 32, 1 02, 194 V Volberding, Ann 102 Vranesh, Georgianna 56, 102 W Wagner, Robert 102 Wa ter, Ribk 102 Warne, Lona 102 Warren, Deborah 48, 1 02, 187 Webb, David 51,102 Weeks, Bruce 102, 166 Wessel, Patsy 103 Whalin, John 103 Wheeldon, John 103,213 White, Kathleen 47 , 103 Wickard, Cheryl 103 Williams, Janet 103 Williams, Robert 103 wipf, Kim 103 Withee, David 48, 50, 103, 1 214 Wittmere, Karen 52, 103 Wulf, Alice 56, 103 Y 8 Yackley, Judjy 27, 58, 59,103, 140 180, 211, 2 2 Yahne, Dennis 38 Yost, Donna 103 Ytreeide, Lynn 48, 103 Zambon, Cindy 103 82 216 234 A Ahrendt, Gregory 105 Allen, Sheila 105 Amick, Jon 105 Anderson, Bonnie 105 Anderson, Daniel 105 Anderson, Mark 1 05 Anderson, Wayne Anton, Bruce 9, 105 Archer, Elaine 105 Asheim, Sheila 46, 1 05, 184, 1 85 Ayers, Sandra 105 J B Bachman, Phil 105 Baker, Fay 105 Ball, Debra 105 Barnes, Evan 105 Basler, James 105, 204 Basler, Sherry 106, 147 Baumgartner, William 61, 106 Beach, Joseph Beaird, Jon 46, 106, 124, 166 Beck, Kenneth 46 Becker, Lance 106, 166 Bell, Scott 27, 106, 151 Benson, Joseph Bertsch, Terr? 106 Bickett, Pat 06 Binger, Cynthia 106 Bishop, illiam 106 Blum, William 106, 166 Born, Kathy 46, 106, 118, 124 Borzenski, Debbie 56, 106 Bower, Jill 46, 106, 116, 184, 185 Bozzettl, Louis 48, 106 Bracha, Edward 106 Brandner, Ricky 106 Brandner, Steven 106 Brandt, Bruce 106, 166 Brash, Julie 47, 1 06 Breckenridge, Connie 56, 106, 124 Breemes, Greg 106, 166 Broadbent, Jo n 106 Brockelsby, Jeff 29, 48, 106 Brooks, Julianna 106 Bruns, Mary 40, 106, 164 Bryan, David 106 Buchholz, Peggy 47, 106 Bullias, Craig 106, 162 Buxton, Robert 107 Burke, Dean 107 Burton, Beverly 107 ' C Cain, Patrick 107, 166, 167 Calkins, Susan 107, 115 Callahan, Cathy 107 Cannon, Cheri 107, 199 Carland, Monty 107, 161 Carr, Jud 107 Carroll, lyanet 107 Sophomores Charvat, Susan 107 Clement, Denise 107 Coates, Kerry 107 Cole, Philip 107 Colson, Deborah 108 Collins, Mark 107 Cook, David 64, 108 Crawford, Judith 108 Cunningham, Donna 56, 108 D Dahl, Jennifer 108, 198 Dahlberg, Charlafay 108 Dahlquist, Mary 108,213 Daniels, Kathy 108 ' Danielson, Neil 108, 151, 158 DeBeer, Gary 108, 151, 161 DeBoer, Brett 108, 151 DeRudder, Debra 57, 108 Deisch, Deboah 108 Demers, Debbie 108 Dencavage, Michael 108 Denke, Shirley 108 Dennis, Micheal 108, 151 Deurloo, David 108, 161 Deuter, Sheryle 108 Delyo, Judy 108 Di lon, Shdly 108 Dittman, Julia 108 Dodge, Karen 105, 109 Doumis, Chris 109, 151 Downen, Calvin 109 Downs, Donald 109 Doyle, Debra 47, 109 Dull, James 109, 151 Dump, Robert 109 Dusek, John 58, 109 Dvorak, Robert 158, 161, 189 E Ebright, Dixie 109 Eddy, Gary 109 Ehlers, Peggy 109 Eisland, Jerald 109 Ellingson, Judith 56, 109 Ellis, Seth 109 Engen, Danng1109 England, De ra 109 Englund, David 109 Evans, William 56,109 Ewing, Bill 40, 109, 161 F Fain, Steve 46 ' Fedders, Brenda 109 Feldhausen, James 109 Finch, Doris 164, 165 Finley, Robert 151, 109 Fischer, Ava Marie 109 Fischer, Carol 109 Flaigig, Jerry 43, 109 Fran , Janis 109 Frankenfeld, Charles 109 Frease, Sherry 109 Freese, Brian 109 Frost, Judith 110 G Galbraith, Charlotte 110 Gamet, Micheal 110, 163 Garrigan, Marilou 110 Geitz, Rand 110 Gerdes, Katbryn 110 Getty, Patricia 110 Gibbs, Gayle 56, 110 Gibson, Alan 110, 161 Gilman, Sharon 110 Gilyard, Sharon 110 Goehring, Bruce 110 Goodart, Daniel 110 Gossman, Jack 110 Graham, Kenneth 110 Griffin, Maureen 110 Griffith, Jeff 29, 151 Grimm, David 58, 110, 212 Groethe, Merry 110 Gronlund, Joan 56,110 Guardado, Sherrie 110 Gunderson, Janet 110, 113, 16 197 Gunderson, Susan 11 0 H Haedt, Bruce 56, 111 Haggerty, Thomas 111 Hamilton, Rebecca 111, 113, 183 Hamm, Gary 111 Hanson, Scott 111 Harris, Jani 111 Harrison, Kenneth 111, 151 Hauk, Marcia 111 Hawthorne, Steve 51,111 Hayes, Beverly 111 Hays, Thomas 112 Hedrick, Tom 112 Hendrickson, Michael 112 Henning, Renee 108, 112, 164, 1 8 185 Henry, Thomas 112 Henzlik, Marvin 112 Hoff, James 112, 146 Hoffman, Heidi 112 Holmes, John 112, 161 Holmgren, Dayna 112, 146 Houk, Michele 112 Hunter, Kay 112 Huntington, Deanne 112 Hurlbert, Tim 112 Hynes, Victoria 24, 112, 118 J J anousek, Teresa 57, 112 Jansen, Jacaltyn 112, 185 Jarboe, Rhon a 46, 112 4,165 4. 1 J Ah Jenkins, Stephen 112 Jensen, Carla 112 Jerke, Kathryn 58, 112 Jeske, Lynn 56, 112 Jibben, Shane 112 Jimenez, Alvino 112 Johnson, Babette 112 Johnson, Samuel 113 Johnson, Susan 113 K Kafton, Bobb 113, 166 Kalan, Davidy113 Kaul, Kathryn 113 Keller, Gene 113 Kineen, Margaret 113, 146, 183 Kineen, Mary 46, 47, 113, 118 King, Laurie 113 King, Sandra 113 Kingsbury, Cindy 113 Kinsella, Colleen 113, 147 Kittock, Penny 113 Kjellsen, Steven 113, 151 Klein, Colette 113 Krebs, Gregory 114 Krebs, Raymond 114 Kulesza Alez 114 Kunz, crai 114,194 Kushman, Tgiomas 34, 60, 114, 151 1 L Ladenburger, Daniel 114 LaFleur, Mitchell 114, 158 Laitos, Mark 29, 114 Lamke, Julie 114 Lanquette, Terry 114 Larson, Douglas 46, 114, 151 Larson, John 115 Laughtland, Virginia 115 LeRoy, Charlene 115 Legner, Dana 115 Le nerr, Mjary 115 Leonard, Robin 115 Lewis, Kath 115 1 Lien, Julie 2715 Lind, Rebecca 115 Lindberg, Julie 111, 115 Linderman, Ronda 115, 164 Lockhart, Paula 115 Lohmiller, Curtis 115, 151 Longhofer, Eddie 113, 115, 183, Loop, Gary 115 ' Loucks, Karmen 115 Luke, Wendell 115 Lunde, Stephen 115 Lynch, Laurie 28, 115, 136, 137, 194 M McBee, Susan 115 McBride, Curtis 115 McBride, Mindy 47, 115 McCaskey, Elsie 115 McCauley, Maureen 115 McDonald, Gre ory 115 McFarland, Robiy 115 McManigal, John 115 McNally, Michele 46, 115 McNeil, Marie 58, 115 Ma nuson, Sherry 116 MHEOHSY, Patrick 116, 151 Maierhauser, Joe 56,116 Malon, Diane 116 Manicke, Del 116, 151 Mann, Douglas 116 Marrs, Star a 47,116 Martin, David 116 Martin, Landra 46, 116, 124 Matheson, Annie 116 Matuska, Jimmie 116 Maxey, Dean 113 Meador, Sharon 47, 116, 118, 12 Mechaley, Barbara 116 Meister, Lonnie 116 Meredith, Roxann 116 Miller, Roger 116 Minkel, Linda 61, 116 Minton, Tim 51, 116 Moen, Deborah 116 Moore, Benton 116 Mower, Katy 117 Mudge, Ro Crt 117 Mundon, Kent 117, 151 Myers, Renetta 117 N Naasz, 'Tom 117, 151, 161 Nadeau, Rob 117, 152, 188 Nelson, Steve 117 Neubert, Bruce 117 Nickelson, Connie 46, 117 Nielsen, Jacqueline 117 Niewiedomski, Sharon 117 Novak, Susan 46, 117 O Oerlline, David 117 Olesen, Allen 117 Oligmiller, Rhett 48, 117, 151 Olsen, Louis 46, 117 Olson, Keith 117, 166 Olson, Phyllis 117 Olsson, Carla 58, 117, 212 O'Malley, Wade 117 Oster, Julie 117, 213 Osterholt, Debra 56, 117, 206 Ottoson, Laurie 164 Outka, Gary 117 Owens, Georgene 117 1 P Pahkama, Frank 43, 117 Pelkey, Richard 151 Pendergrass, Nancy 117, 198, 1 Pengra, Kathy 117 Penticoff, Bruce 117, 151 Pforr, ' Sheryl 56, 117 Pierce, Robert 118, 124, 151 Pirner, Kathy 118 Pittman, Dan 118 Porter, Becky 58, 118, 164, 212 Pullen, Doug 118 Putnam, Susan 118, 183 Raabe, Liz 118, 196, 197 4,183 99 Radtke, Janet 118, 185 Ragels, Richard 118, 151 Rasmusson, Darwin 118, 161 Rearick, Randall 118 Reasch, Susan 56, 118, 130 Reoh, Robin 105, 118 Regrnick, Craig 118, 151 Ri dell, Kip 118, 164 Riordan, Karla 56,119 Rittenhouse, Jayne 119 Rombough, Lance 119, 151, 161 Rose, Alan 119 Rubin, Mar 119 Rundell, Alan 119 Rust, Nancy 119 S Sagen, Richard 119, 152, 188 Sandstedt, Linda 119 Sattler, Richard 119 Savage, Ron 119 Scandrett, Lila 47, 119 Scheib, Patty 119, 164, 196, 197 Schleusener, Kathryn 56, 119 Schock, Bonita 119 Schoepf, Sheryl 119, 180 Schroeder, Debra 47, 119 Schultz, Diane 119 Schumacher, Mary 47 , 119 Schurger, Kathy 119 Schutz, Mike 119, 151 Schutz, Mitch 119, 151 Scott, Susan 56,119 Seidel, Gary 119 Serl, Larry 119 Shepherd, Lee 119, 151 Shroll, Cindy 119 Shultz, Robin 119 Simmons, John 51, 118, 124 Simpson, Paul 46, 119 Sisk, Doug 119, 151 Sisson, Mike 119, 151 Sisson, Pat 119 Skattum, Nancy 46, 119 Smith, Kord 119 Smolos, Diane 120 Snorteland, Mary 46, 119 Sorenson, Dee Ann 47, 120, 185 Spalding, Francis 120 Spannagel, Ann 120 Spindler, Gary 120 Spillers, Penny 40, 12 O, 164, 1 81 185, 1 87 Spiry, Dan 120 Stalcup, Mary 120 Stark, Mary 120 Starkey, Ron 120 Steele, Susan 120 Stember, Melanie 120, 129, 134 194 Stetler, Rhonda 120 Stetler, Rocky 120 Stewart, Doug 120 Stocker, Terry 120 Stover, Carla 120 Stuart, Xan 120 -Taylor, Leryn 120 Taylor, Tamara 120, 137 236 Teanez, Pamela 113, 120 Terry, Carol 124 Tesar, Clement 111, 120 Thompson, Bob 120, 161, 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Stevens High School - Sabre Yearbook (Rapid City, SD) online yearbook collection, 1970 Edition, Page 70

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Stevens High School - Sabre Yearbook (Rapid City, SD) online yearbook collection, 1970 Edition, Page 130

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Stevens High School - Sabre Yearbook (Rapid City, SD) online yearbook collection, 1970 Edition, Page 80

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Stevens High School - Sabre Yearbook (Rapid City, SD) online yearbook collection, 1970 Edition, Page 71

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