Storm Lake High School - Breeze Yearbook (Storm Lake, IA)

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'iii BREEZE '64, Presented by the Senior Class of STCRM LAKE HIGH SCHOOL Storm Lake, Iowa Volume 5I STAFF Trudy Beekmann Annette Grundmeier Meridee Berg Pat Newbrough Lynn Bradley Janice Uhl Cynthia Cooper Merrill Anderson Alan Payne, Photographer Faculty Advisor, Calmer Jensen 2 5, r if'-fiiir.5a'i'i1 ' "" Q CGNTENTS Classes ........ 6 Music Administration . .24 Sports Organizations. . .34 Social 3 "' H . 1 1 .P .. . Ui. - W, .-- . '- .- nfs. J 4 - n 2 , 5 11,1 ,L-L11 4,1JI'1,'1-Jfsfgig ' ggggf- 'Q Q it f "3 A. R. Block, Superintendent Storm Lake Community Schools 4 5 A MESSAGE TO THE STLIDE T BCDY Quite appropriately we all offer our congratulations and best Wishes to the graduating Seniors . They have achieved this mile- stone by perseverance and hard work, directed toward their goals Having established these habits, they are "on their Way . " High school students of today face a future which holds fright- ening aspects and they cannot postpone their recognition of the facts . As many as 800,000 young people aged 16-21 are out look- ing for Work in the United States . The outlook for the future is disturbing. There is an unprecedented increase in the number of young people and a substantial decrease in the number of jobs open to young people . I-ligh school drop-outs suffer the most from unemployment and have the most difficulty finding work. College or technically- vocationally trained young people have little difficulty . The best possible high school record of achievement must be the immedi- ate goal--continued training and re-training after high school, the future goal . The writer congratulates the entire student body upon the ac- complishments of the past year and especially because your citizenship, your cooperation and your achievements have brought credit to yourselves and Storm Lake 'Senior High School. With confidence we express our best Wishes for the future and our optimistic faith in you, the young people who tomorrow will determine your own destiny and that of your native land! Sincerely, A. R. Block Superintendent 5 I. 5,-1 'H . I 41, , , MJ 3 1 gl I ,vi x M5Lm"wwwwww ,.,, H w,A.,,,,, ,... ww ' MM WQMwwMMWIW.,,YWWQWWMMWWWJW,,wM JUNE 2 ENDS TWEL E WO DERFUL YEARS! We entered school in the fall with a desire for leadership and freedom. Throughout the year we attempted to set a good example for the underclassmen. Although the magazine sales got off to a slow start, we pulled through at the last minute. The annual subscription sales and Fete de Fous was also a success, as was the Breeze Dance. The audience thrilled to our Senior Class Play "THUNDER ON SYCHAMORE STREET" and rallied us with appause afterwards. The Prom and Class Day followed in rapid succession. Then we suddenly realized, as we marched down the aisle to receive our diplomas, that it was all over. Twelve wonderful years! As we smiled at each other through our tears, we realized that the friendships we had made would last throughout the years. MARY ANDERSON MERRILL ANDERSON JAMES ADAMS fi! 1 . 1 SANDRA ANDERSON JAMES AYERS VERNA ALLEN TRUDY BEEKMANN MERRIDEE BERG 8 CLAYTON BERTRAM .0-Q DONALD CASSIDY ROBERT CASSIDY KEITH BIGGINS RICHARD CHAMBERS CLARK CHRISTENSEN ANDREA BOND THOMAS COLE CYNTHIA COOPER MARY BRADLEY ROBERT COUCH LARRY DAVENPORT 9 is ,-B --xg V SI-IERLYN DR EHER DAWN GORDON PATRICIA GRIFFIN R OGER F ETI-IKENHER ANNETTE GRUNDMEIER JANET GUTZ STEVEN DEER MICHAEL DIEHL MARCIA GEORGE AYRIC DIERENFELD GERALD DORR GARY GIESE 10 ,-rg. SHARON HAHN HOWARD HARPER BARBARA HAIGHT SANDI I-IAUSER CAROL HAWKE Homecoming reaches its peak ! BARBARA HAMMER 'l-e ROBERT I-IERMANSON MARSHALL I-IUNZELMAN ' fl' 'Via' fi 1 f 11 -9 , ff if' , f"'f" ALYN JOHNSON EDWARD JONES LYLE KELSEY LEE JOHNSON MARC KLINZMAN LYNDA KORWES MIKE JOHNS ON ROSALIE JOHNSON 12 ey, was that book approved, Ole ?' ETI-IEL KUHLMAN RONALD LIBOLT DOUGLAS LILL NORMAN LEAF JOHN LINGE STEPHEN MACKEY CRAIG LEASE BENJAMEN MALCOM CHARLES MANNING KAREN LEASE BENETA MASON EDWARD MCKENNA 13 BARBARA MILLER TAMELA MILLS PATRICIA NEWBROUGI-I DENNIS MOLGAARD I-IARLAN MORSE RICHARD O'BRIEN 14 .1 Measuring" up for THE day. :" .. I , wr I F :jr Zn A, CLIFFORD RIPKE DENNIS ROBINSON JIM PETERSON JOHN PITSTICK 'X DELORIS ROBINSON 'P ROBERT POWELL MARY RADKE KAREN ROSDAIL f 15 SCOTT SCI-IUELKE JO SEVERSON ,Hr JANE SMITH PAUL SHANNON CURTIS SHARP PENNY SPIKE SANDRA SIEF KES JOHN STORCK TERRY STULL ALICE SMITH GREGORY SWENSON VIRGINIA SWENSON 16 DONNA TAYLOR JOHN TYMESON JANICE UI-IL MAX TEVEPAUGI-1 STEPHEN VAN ROEKEL SUE VILAS 0 e ..l 1 1 , 4 i .1 . ,J . BILLY THOMAS KAREN THOMPSON JOHN WILHELMI JUDY TILLMAN TERRY TILLMAN MICHAEL YOUNG 17 JU IORS STEPI TO RESPO SIBILITIE The junior year is frequently characterized as the busiest of a student's high school career. This year was no exception. Aside from regular participation in the academic and extra -curricular activities of high school, the juniors were in charge of the concessions at the athletic events and in the planning of the junior-Senior Prom. In addition to this, they were required to Write a mid-term theme of three thousand Words, which accounted for an unusual number of bloodshot eyes and dazed expressions. Through it all, however, the Junior Class remained steadfast in their determination to complete the tasks before thern. And so, indeed, they did complete them and in doing so moved one step closer to graduation. ROW ONE: Mr. Jensen, Droll, Bauer, Allison, Carpenter, Dreher, Babcock, Foell, Buxmeister. ROW TWO: Brad- ley, Brecher, Faust, Butterfield, P. Cassidy, Camerer, Carnine, Cameron. ROW THREE: Burgess, Cochran, Brink, Davenport, Benberg, Brower, Case, Daniels. ROW ONE: Mr. Larsen, Galbraith, Gustafson, Juhl, S. Hayes, Guse, A. Johnson. ROW TWO: Ooodwin, Elston, Francis, G. Hawke, B. Gutz, Dumbaugh. ROW THREE: Heard, Innanen, V. Jones, Hausman, Klinzman, K. Jorgensen, Killingsworth. ROW FOUR: Hartman, Dvergsten, Hendricks, Hartshorn, Dreyer, Gregg. 18 ROW ONE: Mr. Marshall, Hoffman, Klesath, Monson, Lichtenberg, Mueller, Mernin. ROW TWO: V. Miller, Keller, S. Johnson, Ivers, Jacobs, Lucht. ROW THREE: Mack, Lange, Michael, Otto, Kuyper, Nixon, Pederson. ROW FOUR: G. Johnson, Julius, Jacobs, Holmes, Illum. ROW ONE: Mr. Swenson, Radda, Logan, Shafer, Pepper, Ponsor, Sievers. ROW TWO: Rounds, Koch, N. Lenox, J. Robinson, Renshaw, Lande, C. Potts. ROW THREE: B. Potts, M. Sliefert, L. Smith, Rystad, Steen, Slikkerveer, Silkman. ROW FOUR: Memin, B. Peterson, M. Nourse, G. Page, G. Ringgenberg, McShane, Lighter. ROW ONE: Mrs. Wilson, Swanson, Stille, Strader, Sutton, Stout, Stief. ROW TWO: B. Tymeson, J. Tymeson, Shafer, Roth Schroll, Samuelson. ROW THREE: Zalesky, Young, Thompson, B. Weatherly, Steffen, Witt, Thayer. ROW FOUR: Selleck, Wetherell, J. Young, Wolf, Seemann, Schoening. 19 viva' 9 -Q .I 4' a A , 1 .-N - .... ' -,I if 'ffm' 4.-,, . . ... 3.-1"-. ,, .4 -' -. , .. . 1. We got you this time, Alan. 2. So this is what debate is all about. 3. What a talented man. 4. One- Two--Three--Kick. 5. Who'11be king and queen? 6. Jane 81 John. 7. BB Letterman. 8. Oh Ya, Hugh! 9. Jann Stout. 10. Sing and be happy. 20 sf? I ,I U if , - . .L .yr H K 5 E N , , 'X I i If IJ ! z , , . I -, , . , .in DEQ: fa 4 I . I I ,tem . .. -,.,. . J, :KLA 1. Students at work. 2. From one S.B.P. to another. 3. Hi, Steve. 4. Mmmm! 5. Innocent or guilty? 6. Our new Tornado. 7. Curtis wants to sing. 8. Pep them up, girls. 9. Congratulations, Jan! 10. The honor system. 11. Smile for the camera, Marga! 12. Where's Tammy? 13. In the Halls of Ivy. 14. Everyone con- tribute to Kearney's retirement fund. 15. Anyone for bingo? 16. Comfortable, Cheri? 17. Lucky second. 1 Wy. L I .eergn Ani? M SOPHOMORES INVADE HIGH SCHOOL For the Sophomore Class this was indeed a challenging and rewarding year. From the time they took their first steps in the hall of Storm Lake High School, they demonstrated the kind of enthusiasm that has made SLI-IS a school of which We are justly proud. During the year the Sophomores adjusted to many new situations. They learned the fine art of building homecoming floats--and learned it so well that they tied for first in the float competition. ln january they presented the highly successful one- act plays, "Balcony Scene, " "Star Baby-Sitter, " and "Call it a Day." All in all, the Sophomores contributed much to our high school, and we are confident that they will provide SLHS with able leader ship in the years to come. ROW ONE: Mr. Bryant, R. Bell, Gregersen, R. Hansen, Bock, Block, Casey, Campbell, Courtright. ROW TWO: D. Duffy, Cameron, Carrington, Belcher, Bork, Ahrens, Carl, Campbell. ROW THREE: Flohr, Christian, Cone, Benberg, Baird, B. Hansen, Ferry, Brower, B. Duffy. ROW FOUR: Dublinske, Dierenfeld, Davenport, Beekmann, Carbaugh, Cross, J. Bell, Brown. ROW ONE: Miss Kahuda, Kearney, Frederiksen, Humphrey, Hunter, Keister, Iversen, Herzberg. ROW TWO: Gordon, Harvey, Fritz, Gregg, Hopkins, Gaes, Jewell. ROW THREE: C. Jones, P. Hayes, Kestel, Helkenn, Laird, Kolb, K. Hunzelman, Hill. ROW FOUR: K. Jensen, Friedlund, Fagen, Flohr, J. Johnson, Franken, C. Johnson. 22 ROW ONE: Mrs. Merry, Lee, McPherren, S. Nourse, Moldovan, Morris, Molgaard, Lawrence. ROW TWO: D. Morse, McBride, M. Mason, S. Otto, E. Jorgensen, Mauser, Onnen, Milton. ROW THREE: Oatman, Lenox, M. Lange, B. Oleson, D. Larson, L. Norris, D. Lewis, K. Mackey. ROW FOUR: Krohn, McFarland, V. Miller, D. Jones, M, Pedersen, C. Olson, McCullough. ROW ONE: Mr. Schulz, Reese, Rundquist, M. Powell, P. Smith, L. Ringgenberg, Schipper, Sessions. ROW TWO: Schramm, R. Radke, Rube, R. Sharp, Rolles, Rimmer, -Pierce, Scott. ROW THREE: Overton, J. Saathoff, Shea, L. Robinson, L. Sliefert, Puetz, K. Saathoff, Roberts. ROW FOUR: Riley, Schmitz, D. Powell, Peterson, Prescott, Popp, Rossman. ROW ONE: Mr. Simons, Skeels, Stone, Siebels, Strandberg, J. Wiersrna, J. Wiersma, Stambach. ROW TWO: Warner, Shoop, Wagener, M. Weatherly, Struthers, Urban, Sota, S. Swenson. ROW THREE: Stutzman,- Stark, Triggs, Theesfield, Westerbur, Wetherell, Thompson, Woodke. ROW FOUR: R. Wilson, R. Spooner, B. Strader, R. Wilson, J. Young, Skibsted, Shewell, Struthers. 23 yi. .,,., 45: 1, .4 5- ffviirj ,zfff V 4' ' ' ' ' " 1 ,-' 1 gm mn l X ,Q - M-is 'L . 5 if -4 i 'fair-Q - . Q f 1331, i'.s.H'N ff? . A 5535? 7: " fQx'i1"l TE' E'-"1 ' V- 5 I . - .- ' '- , ' 1" Q' 3 - 4 . f 1 E 953521, F BOARD OF EDUCATIO x Q .,- r f , " I .. . -R , i ui X-Q N..1 -'- 'rff 'f" 'lr ' "5"' X -1-,r,-. , Amr- Y .-1--, Q , 1 Mrs. Olive Ross, Secretary, Don Shevel, W. E. Hartman, Max Ireland, Mrs. Christensen, Herbert Andrews, Mrs. Doris Hay, Treasurer. Mrs. Olive Ross, Secretary to the School Mrs. Ruth Forney, Secretary to the Super- Board. intendent. 26 A familiar face to the entire student body is that of Mrs . Fiscus . She is secretary to the high school principal, Mr . Euchner. Her many duties include selling cafeteria tickets, keeping an attendance book, checking absentees, and a host of other duties . Richard Euchner Principal Storm Lake High School is fortunate in having Mr. Euchner serve in the capacity of high school principal. His responsi- bilities are many. He must be able to look at the program of the high school through bi-focal gl asses . He must use the close- up lens to examine the immediate results to be gained from the classroom experience of the students . He must Weigh curric- ulums, courses of study, teacher effectiveness, student mastery, morale, and a host of other things . As seniors of Storm Lake High School, We are most ap- preciative for the wonderful co- operation Mr . Euchner has shown in dealing with the entire student body. We know We have a good school, and much of the credit goes to our high school principal, Mr . Euchner . Xija fx' I Miss Smith is the girls' physical educa- tion instructor, and she is the sponsor for Mr. Larsen teaches advanced al gebra and trigonometry. I-Ie is also an advisor for the Prom. GRA girls and the campers. Mr. Bell is in charge of all the instrumental music. lVLr. Canirnack, the boys' counselor, helps the seniors plan for their future. He is also in charge of such activi- ties as Fete de Fous, Career Day, and College Day. Mr. Robertson, smiling with pleasure at a new piece of music, directs a cappella choir, mixed chorus, and other small groups. 28 ill W Busily using the dictaphone is Mr. Schulz. He teaches distributive education, book- keeping and office education. Identifying pictures for the annual is one of the many jobs of Mr. Jensen. I-Ie also teaches short- hand, bookkeeping, typing, and is prom ad- visor. if QQ Future biologists listen eagerly as Mr. Bryant explains a new chapter. He is also football and track coach, and he the assistant basketball coach. The lady on thc typewriter is Mrs. Sievers, who practices to keep ahead of hcr students. 29 i Mrs. Wilson takes time off to read a magazine found in the library . She is in charge of the library, and she di rects the Sophomore One-Act Plays. The subjects she teaches are world geography and English. The school nurse, Mrs. Wolf, attempts to keep everyone in good health. She is the Future Nurses advisor, and this year she started the Candy Stripers. K Mrs. Vatter gives her students a big smile as she demonstrates how to use this teaching device for German. She is also the Junior English teacher. 4 L "Coach" Den Hartog, in charge of boys' physical education, tries to keep the male population of our school in top physical condition. 30 Mr. Moody, junior English and speech teacher, demonstrates the proper methods of speaking. I-Ie is also debate instructor and has charge of all speech activ ities. rail has i ,.,,. .l A"Tf:. 5 - ,195 . -5 1',. -, v -- fv WT- 5,1-4?,.r,.. , ,. ,. I3'df!fg9gT'1s 4 fri' gays- .MQ-'35, 5 PHI' V l f MW: wuk ,'QJ'y1,1'. - f, .. 2' Y.. V :if-:::"f 4 AELV. ig- lutiflilf I.-'P' Iii its-'wg' 1 i Ere-f' iifiiwmig .uqftu , uQv!4'y1G-gQfa.i - l fl'?1??fllfaM1- swf' :N 1 N Mrs. Merry, who is new to our faculty this year, helps the sopho- mores review for a test. She also directed the Junior Class Play I K. iz R. r. l I V V 1 ,y Mr. Kearney, chemistry and physics instructor, commented after this picture was snapped, "I don't even know if this is my best side!" r 13+ n Mr. Kuhnle, unaware of our cameraman, explains art funda- mentals to one of his classes. Cf Seniors learn proper methods of theme-writing from Mrs. Cox. Be- sides teaching English, Mrs. Cox directs the Senior Class Play. . 'lf' Miss Kahuda is the Girls' Counselor and teacher of hom emaking. She assists the girls as Y-Teen advisor. The seniors look on as Mr. Brink brings and he is advisor of I-Ii-Y. Mr. Brink also spends much time helping the seniors with their magazine sales. out the main points of our government. Second semester he teaches economics, varsity basketball coach and assistant football and track As industrial arts instruc- tor, Mr. Swenson many times finds it necessary to demonstrate the operation of a machine before his class. I-Ie also teaches mechanical drawing. Mr. Simons is showing the use of a compass to one of his geometry classes. I-Ie is also the faculty advisor for the Student Council. I 33 r . 'wir ff!! 5, ,uv 6- ,, 3 rf' N - .3 'W-' ,.e" : .- LJ' MW 1,11 'F n wi? if 91 , ' " ' V .P' Qi L sim u ,:'-'ff' 4.15 .1 "Y, , H "2 1 YXXTWWWWWNWTQ',15AWJI"MW5"'N'W"M""" " Y M Y u N., ,,,. WWWAWWWMlQ.wwl , , ,. m,,,WWWMWZV'RWMZWWGMMWWW'anwww' L " "" ' ""' ufmiwwWWWWWWMWWQW?,fWWWWWWWW'"Q SCHOOL N WS IS REPORTED e Editor Sue Vilas and her assistant, Nancy Radda, seem to be enjoying the latest edition of our school newspaper. With the help of Mrs. Vatter, faculty advisor, and the competent staff shown below, these girls worked hard to collect news, gossip, and "biogs" each. We wish to thank these students who helped acquaint the people in our community with our school through the weekly I-Ii -Breeze. NQ ROW 1: Strader, P. Young, Laird, Shafer. ROW 2: Lande, Radda, Vilas, Berg, Korvves. ROW 3: C. Hawke, Kuyper, K. Bradley, Otto, lvers, Rystad, Hayes, Daniels, Allison, Shea, Mernin, Stark, Keister, Gutz, Triggs. 36 ATION HONOR SOCIETY A .- - L ROW 1: Janice Uhl, Penny Spike, Sue Vilas, Carol I-Iawke. ROW 2: Donna Taylor, Richard Chambers, Annette Grundmeier. ROW 3: Ed Jones, Robby Couch, Howard Harper, Merrill Ander- son. March 13, 1964, these eleven seniors were initiated into the National Honor Society during an impressive candle- light ceremony. 'ful Membership in the society is based on character, schol- arship, leadership, and service . Only the upper third of the class is eligible and only fifteen percent of the class are selected by a vote of the faculty. Membership in this society is the highest honor Storm Lake High School can bestow upon a senior . SENIOR OFFICERS John Tymeson, President Tom Cole, Vice President Janice Uhl, Secretary JUNIOR OFFICERS Dave Dvergsten, President Tom Daniels, Vice President Jackie Zaiesky, Secretary Miriam Mueller, Treasurer SOPI-IOMORE OFFICERS Tim Pierce, President Danny Friedlund, Vice President Bonnie Hunter, Secretary CLASS OFFICER TUDENT COUNCIL The Storm Lake Student Council for 1963-64 was one of the best in years . There many activi- ties included sponsorship of Homecoming Week, and the Christmas Dance, and provision of guides for Open House and other activities . Most students might feel their biggest achieve- ment was acquiring a juke box for the student center . But they also helped purchase flags for the school, set up a suggestion box in the student center, and put the trophies in the new trophy case. As a reward for all of this our student council received one of three outstanding student council awards given in northwest Iowa. Our thanks go to Howard Harper, president, and Mr. Simons, advisor, and all council mem- bers for their hard work in making 1963-64 a year to remember . How ard Harper, President ROW 1: Reese, Bell, Hoffman, Pierce, Skeels. ROW 2: Simons, Sponsor, Daniels, Harper, Tymeson, Cole. ROW 3: Mueller, Droll, Kearney, Swanson, Radda, Hawke. ROW 4: Swenson, Couch, Payne, Galbraith, Dvergsten. 39 TLIDE T ASSISTANTS l OFFICE GIRLS--ROW 1--V. Jones, Mrs. Fiscus, Zalesky, Hauser. ROW 2--Radda, Carpenter, Berg. ROW 3- -Newbrough, Strader. These young ladies gave up much of their time to assist Mrs . Wilson in the library and Mrs . Fiscus in the office . By doing this they gained much valuable experience . These girls should be commended! LIBRARY--ROW 1--Olsen, Weatherly, Swanson Michel. ROW 2--Humphrey, Lange, Silkman. ROW 3--Hill, Scott. ifi-:f+-T+- - -- -----Y V- 1 l. I E-' l I I 40 DECA HAS BUSY YE R The Distributive Education Clubs of America CDECAJ, in its second year of organization in SLI-IS, grew to an active member- ship of thirty-one students . Membership to the organization is open to all students who had taken or were taking a business subject and also includes all present Distributive Education CDEJ and Office Education QOEJ students . The club held regular month- ly meetings with such highlights as a talk by Mr. George Schaller on employee conduct, and a hayride to which guests were invited . Later the club made a trip to Sioux City to visit the Nettleton Business School and the IPS offices . Funds were raised through two coat checks at basketball games, a car wash, and a paper- back book store . The sale of paper-backs was a new venture for the club with the student body showing genuine interest in ob- taining top quality reading from the more than 120 selections available. Approximately l,OO0 copies were sold in the last five months of the school term . Five members of the DE class entered con- Ci tests at the State Lead- fa, Halverson was the speaker . Qiffif' l +A'f'S7"1 hi," 'ff s', ffcfn ' sf. f 55.3, 'o ership Conference in Des Moines . Steve Van Roekel and Alice Smith respectively, received third place ratings in the Sales demonstration judging and Creative Dis- play contests . The DE and OE students SX' pressed thanks to their employers through the annual Employer-Employee Banquet held at the Bradford Hotel. Dr. Wendell This display window, located in the high school business depnrtme nt, is decorated by the DE students as a part of their training in retail selling. Virginia Swenson and Sherlyn Dreher are shown putting the finishing touches on a Valentine window. It' ,,g ,AQ TO GROW AS INDI IDUALS Through their varied activities, The Y- Teen girls aim to grow as individuals . The year began with a tea to honor the sophomore girls, our prospects for new members . This was followed with our first meeting . Mrs . John Dvergsten honored us with a preview of fall fashions . We even had our own models . It was a very interesting program. The cabi- net worked hard at planning meetings that would be interesting. They also had to plan such things as a Father-Daughter Banquet, Thanksgiving and Easter Convocations, and the Valentine Dance. The most memorable evening of all for the Y-Teen girls was the Mother-Daughter Ban- quet. The theme was "Symphony of Life . " Mrs . Max Goldman, a former Storm Laker, proved to be a most enjoyable and interesting speaker . The seniors were honored and pre- sented roses . Another memory of seniors was the lovely breakfast given them by our sponsor Miss Kahuda . She worked to make it a very nice graduation present. The year is ended but the memories linger on. -.1 in l T V -.1 IN, Z, .1 '91 I i SEATED Pepper Grundmeier Swanson Steffen. STANDING: Pedersen, Monson, Goodwin, Sliefert, Spike V Jones Vilas Rystad L Bradley Kuyper Uhl, Young, Radda. 42 YT p th V1 D I Junior-Senior Y-Teens Sophomore Y-Teens f 'f! 43 Tom Daniels, President Kirk Bradley, Vice President Marshall I-Iunzelman, Secretary Merrill Anderson, Parliamentarian SPEEC CLUB Under the direction of Mr. Moody, the Speech Club had a very successful year . Probably its most important project was the buying of pins for State Speech Contestants receiving a I rating. This year they had an extra load, be- cause they came home with thirteen I's . ROW 1: Mr. Moody, M. Anderson, Mills, Pederson, Radda, Juhl, Stout, Rundquist. ROW 2: K. Bradley, Logan, Brink, M. I-Iunzelman, Daniels, VanRoekel, Carnine. ROW 3:.Carl, Faust, Weatherly, Lines, Otto, lnnanen, Ahrens 4.4. ROW 1: Spike, Mueller, Young, Radke, Pederson, Radda, Juhl, Stout, Mernin. ROW 2: Innanen, Uhl, Otto, Rystad, Weatherly, Beekmann, Taylor, Mills, Cooper. ROW 3: Carnine, Anderson, Dvergsten, Brink, Hunzelman Jones, Daniels, Rundquist, Bradley. PEE H CO TESTAN S This year, under the direction of Mr. Moody, the speech contestants made an ex- cellent showing . Twenty-seven students attended District Contest and nineteen re- ceived a superior rating. At State Contest held at Carroll, thirteen of these students received a I rating . A big congratulations is extended to these talented students from the entire student body . si fe -3 . : rs Y 4-5 STANDING: M. Anderson, Kearney, Schmitz, Rundquist, Ahrens, Carl. SEATED: E. Jones, Carnine, I-Iunzelm an. Under the capable direction of james Moody, the 1963-64 school year marked the return of debate to Storm Lake High School. The topic for the year was "Resolved that Social Security benefits should be extended to include complete medical care . " De- fending the proposition were Barry Carnine, Merrill Anderson, and Tim Rundquist as alternate affirmative speaker. Opposing were Marshall Hunzelman and Ed Jones . Al- though handicapped by lack of experience, these varsity debaters managed to compile a Winning record against some of the best teams in Iowa and surrounding states . In all they represented Storm Lake in eight tournaments and debated a total of sixty rounds . In addition, junior varsity debate teams, composed of underclassmen, entered a m""i"'i number of tournaments and gained ex- perience for future debates. STANDING: E. Jones. SEATED: M. Ander- son, Carnine, I-Iunzelman. 4-6 ROW 1--Mr. Brink, Cnrnine, M. Anderson, Burgess, Dreyer, Storck, Bradley. ROW 2--Brink, Logan, I-Iunzelman, Holmes, Christensen, Schafer, J. Cameron. ROW 3--Lighter, J. Tymeson, E. Jones, V. Illum, Daniels, Hartman, B. Tymeson. The purpose of I-Ii-Y is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community, high standards of Christian character. To fulfill this purpose, the Storm Lake High School I-Ii-Y Club sponsored a number of service projects during the year . They sponsored the Thanksgiving convocation, helped with room arrange- ment on Career Day, and put up the basketball roster in the gym. The club also had a number of fine programs which included films on traffic safety, hunting and wildlife, and scuba diving . The members also enjoyed a talk on the underwater demolition of World War II . Left to Right: Q I-Iunzelmnn--Chaplain I M. Anderson--Secretary-Treasurer N Daniels--President ' ' ' -fl, Brink--Vice President lv Q , W N ....- I. -.,. l l+i l 4-7 ROW ONE: C. Potts, S. Anderson, Laird, Lange, Lucht. ROW TWO: M. Peterson, secretary, T. Beekmann, presi- dent, M. Mueller, vice-president. ROW THREE: Bauer, Babcock, K. Jorgensen, Berg, Litchenberg, Herd, Young, C. Hawke, Haight, S. Siefkes. ROW FOUR: E. Jones, Holmes, Chambers, Mr. Marshall, advisor. FUTURE TEACHERS LM Future'Teachers, under the supervision.ofhAr. h4arshaH, enjoyed another busy year . Their meetings were highlighted by interesting speakers from various phases oftheteaching profession.'The purpose ofthe organizatkniis unintereststudentsin the teaching field and to help them realize the qualities essential for becoming a good teacher . 48 SEATED: George, Grundmeier, Lease. STANDING: Witt, Gutz, Mack, Steffen, Cooper, Butterfield, Lichtenberg Sliefert, Faust, Kuhlman, Jorgensen, Schafer. The Future Nurses Club provides students interested in the medical field with many valuable experiences . Each month an interesting movie was shown at our meet- ings . This year the girls started work as volunteers at the B.V.C. Hospital. The field trip to Minneapolis was filled with moving memories of such places as Sister Kenney Institute for treatment of polio patients and Shriner's Hospital for crip- pled children. N ,W I' FUTURE NURSES OFFICERS ' "S Fu! l fi ld ..-iid, 1? ei Pres.--Grundmeier V. Pres. -George Sec. Treas.--Lease 49 GIRLS SHOW ATHLETIC ABILITY ,fr-rFe,?...Y-. K bf.. --.., Y , Tammy Mills, President Sherri Strader, Vice President Miriam Mueller, Sec.-Treas. Under the able leadership of the officers pictured at the left, the Girls' Recreation Association had a very busy year. The high- light of the year was attending the Girls' State Basketball Tournaments in Des Moines . Money-making projects that made the trip possible included a sock hop, sale of Christ- mas holly and wreaths, and coat check at basketball games. Other GRA activities included the round robin tournaments in volleyball and basket- ball for which winners were awarded ribbons The games were played before school and all members participated. The girls also held three play nights . They could come to the gym after supper and do such things as jump on the trampoline, or play basketball or ping pong. A new project this year was a formal awards banquet held at the Ken-O-Bob . GRA certainly fulfilled its purpose to create sportsmanship, to promote healthy fellowship, and to improve the physical fitness of its members . 50 " " CHEERLEADER ' 4 xx, X ' k I L2E"Z 'I ' lx Q35 t 2 V um Q. ' 'L Y ,, W., 5255 v gl -1: F,-fv' xx.: h 1 , V F 5 J s 'th Lied, xxx! aue m1 Jan Uhl 1. 'Xu 1! + 1 Y 1 , , Lynn Bauer iilgiil M,-iN,, ,,,,.. .Q . .W j A "B" CH EERLEADER 'ff .y , I J, fu' A "QQ ff if ' X , v - -, ,k.,,. ' 'L k 2112 1553 A 'W ff A I' - 1 W f , f , Wu ' Qf ' , I 1 fziiza y W - 5 . x 4, W N 7 1 Mike Keister Bonnie Hunter Janis Flohr Sue Humphrey ' Q- 5.5-' K L 4 LM. MH- ,L, u ,q,..f W '49 'LL if 'fs 89. ,NIL W MP1 Viv? yi ' mf ' I oi. I . .SA 1 , A14 ff-mf J 95 'Uv Ut,JT'.l f- A lis 54,1 Q P 3- Ir il ff' f N 'L WW W M N M mf "Ly 153 , With another talented group of sophomores added this year, the 1963-1964 Storm Lake High School Band devoted itself to a very busy but successful year. The band marched in the high school and Buena Vista homecoming parades, the Memorial Day parade, the Band Day at Carroll, and it also performed a different show at each home football game. The band gave its support to the bas- ketball team by providing a pep band. OFFICERS: SEATED--Lynn Monson, Point Sec., Terry Stull, President. STANDING--Jim Holmes Librariang Alan Payne, Sec.-Treas.3 Steve Julius, V. Pres. 54 -,y 1 ' 1' if -. 'il 1,. is 5,1 alll A special honor went to a member of the band this year. Steve ulius, first chair trum et la er, was chosen to la in the A11- P P Y P Y American Band. Another honor en'o ed b the entire music de- J Y Y partment was an award banquet sponsored by the parents' booster club. The dance band performed at plays, assemblies, on television, and at many other functions throughout the year. 55 30 un55oo ROW 1: Sue Butterfield, Flute Trio, Marlene Peterson, Flute Trio, Deanna Larsen, Woodwind Quintet, Flute Trio. ROW 2: Pat Pepper, Clarinet Quartet, Carol Lee, Clarinet Quartet, Alan Franken, Clarinet Trio and Quartet, Sue Shea, Clarinet Quartet, Jim Brown, Brass Quintet and Sextet, Cornet Trio, Dan Friedlund, Brass Quint et and Sextet, Gene Jorgensen, Brass Quintet and Sextet, French Horn Quartet, Jim Carl, Brass Sextet, Tim Pierce, Brass Quintet and Sextet, Tim Rundquist, Brass Quintet and Sextet. ROW 3: Miriam Mueller, Mixed Clarinet Quartet, Carol Hawke, Mixed Clarinet Quartet, Annette Grundmeier, Clarinet Quartet, Mixed Clarinet Quartet, Dawn Gordon, Clarinet Quartet, Mixed Clarinet Quartet, Lynn Bradley, Clarinet Quartet, Clarinet Trio, Curtis Sharp, Clarinet Quartet, Clarinet Trio, Dave Dvergsten, Brass Sextet, Mike Diehl, Brass Sextet, Terry Stull, Brass Sextet, Trombone Quartet, Mike Johnson, Brass Sextet, Cornet Trio, Steve Julius, Brass Sextet, Cornet Trio. ROW 4: Jacque Otto, Drum Ensemble, Roger Bell, Trombone Quartet, Charles Manning, Trombone Quartet, Linda Moldo- van, Drum Ensemble, Lynn Ringgenberg, Saxophone Quartet, Rich Chambers, Saxophone Quartet, Drum Ensemble Tammy Mills, Saxophone Quartet, Cary Johnson, Saxophone Quartet, Jim Holmes, Woodwind Quintet, Lynn Monson, Woodwind Quintet, French I-Iorn Quartet, Virgie Ottman, Woodwind Quintet, Kay Iverson, Woodwind Quintet, Marjorie Weatherly, French I-lorn Quartet. Not Pictured: LuAnn Klinzman, Brass Sextet, French Horn Quartet, Steve Lande, Trombone Quartet. STRUMENTAL SMALL GROUP 56 ROW 1: Curtis Sharp, Madrigal, Boys' Octet, Mixed Quartet, Boys' Quartet, Janet Gutz, Madrigal, Mixed Quartet, Accompanist, Trudy Beekmann, Madrigal, Mixed Quartet, Robby Couch, Madrigal, Mixed Quartet, Boys' Octet, Boys' Quartet, Lynn Bradley, Madrigal, Marlene Pedersen, Madrigal, Carol Hawke, Madrigal. ROW 2: Mike Young, Madrigalg Ken Jensen, Boys' Octet, Tom Cole, Madrigal, Boys' Octet, Tim Rundquist, Boys' Octet, Cheri Droll, Girls' Sextet, Deanna Larsen, Girls' Sextet. ROW 3: Tim Pierce, Boys' Octet, Boys' Quartet, Vern Illum, Madrigal, Boys' Octet, Howard Harper, Madrigal, Boys' Octet, Dan Gregg, Madrigalg Ruth Rystad, Girls' Sextet, Jacque I I S Otto, Girls Sextetg Lynn Monson, Madrigal, Girls extet. - an-?fff1fw.ww - wang: fgrr JB" .Y ,am . , i,,,,,, ,,W,w -Gm, V Al 5: H15 .., 'if ii? - K , is wi ,wr 1 is -1 VOCAL Q SM LL GROUPS L 57 F "1 i VOCAL GROUPS CATER "Music hath charms" --That well-known phrase applies to the two large choral groups of Storm Lake High School, under the direction of Mr. Larry Robertson. The mixed chorus and concert choir provides the community with excellent entertainment through its annual Christmas and Spring concerts. The Concert Choir presented a concert for the LeMars High School student body and a TV program this past year. Cole--President Couch--V. President Brink--Treasurer Perry--Secretary 58 T0 LL MUSICAL TASTES Several members of these choral groups represented our school in the Northwest Iowa Choral Festival and in the Little Sioux Sym- phony Concert Chorus. So, if you enjoy the latest in Broadway show tunes, or the best in secular or religious music, the Storm Lake High School Choral Music Department has a group that will satisfy your needs. It is through the untiring efforts of these musical organizations that we, the student body, gain not only delightful entertainment, but also appreciation of good music. tri STANDING: Ethel Kuhlman, Librariang Cynthia Laird, V. President. SEATED: Jackie Zalesky, Sec.-Treas. 59 Cynthia Cooper TWIRLERS "Here comes the Storm Lake High School Band, and WOW, look at those girls in front. Aren't they great!" Charming head majorette Cynthia Cooper and her eight poised, high stepping, smiling twirlers always lived up to the crowd's high expectations. Their many hours of practice were always evident not only in their march- ing, but also in their delightful half-time per formances with the band. Mary Arm Powell, Penny Spike, Janet Gutz, Sue Shea, Trudy Beekm ann, Bobby Allison, Jan Stout, Carol Hawke. 60 If :lf r ng wa, .27 R. ' SNMP VH ' ' If Q I. : xr' , -rye Q, ' E, 'XCR Of,i'4'iR.lx 11-i A wg I ik ,. xs- x X. WSL I .,l A 1 'JN -, U1 'T ML X 1' X Q93 Nia., X456 Mi :iam M u eller X and Deann a La rsen We fe fe ci Pi en ts of m us. lc ca m P schol ar sh. 1 Ps Qxxrg S502 Qcoqyavx og, K0 xoeiocz 0050 qgfeekfet he 'goo- o0 Som: KVA ' 00 05 20 X6-6 ISK.- 'Ce 4 . 8:0105 ?69e1'veo0 40068, 'QNSKG 9X'Cenc2ip1C 00.400003 Qfxqp 9100003 'Sao-Q0 'vowxe ., Xowm 'fda ' -06yQjOK,e,6 'bo 500 'iof 90 G1-OGQDDK 600106. ?00o0e c.-ZLXXQ Gate oo 04 at Q06 ,006 'esac-Xh,o0 vw 'Ce Soc 6050 qcoqjwa. 'Gm R050 ' xo 4045 15.99, dove. 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Src and Banut I, d ld c on1PEaye? ahe ted Fradad of 01- C a th que t c C s en air tor Of O11 m B - L2 and Ein ie Ban Y' a twd in ine r w I ,H 'mf My y , , , 1 W y 4 I Mmm 4 W vm Y 'iflrgff " Never Will We Be Defeated Coach Jack Bryant and Line Coach Norm Den I-Iartog must be shouting words of wisdom for the mighty Tornadoes had one of the three undefeated teams in the schoo1's history. 64 5 I' li Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm -we-51, 'faq fc, W FOOTBALL RECORD ' 20 Lake Sac City Lake Cherokee Lake Spirit Lake Lake Sibley Lake Spencer Lake Sheldon Lake Estherville Lake Emnx etsburg new 1 'sf 'jk Z xx :I ggi ,ALM Q . 1, ,r tu- -H axe J E Q., ' Aeglg- :ew S I it Stille, a junior, catches another pass. Galbraith goes for another point Tornado Defensive Line: Stille, Galbraith, A. Johnson, Deer, Harper, Tevepaugh, Ayers, J. Tymeson, Swenson Schroll, Couch. 66 The Tornado Backs Beekmann, VanRoekel, Strader, Galbraith, Robinson, Cole, Breecher. Congratulations to Coach Bryant who received a special award--the Outstanding High School Football Coach of Northwest Iowa. ALL TI-IE MEMBERS OF OUR CHAMPIONSHIP TEAM ROW 1: Gustafson, Dorr, Tevepaugh, Strader, Tym eson, Schroll, Galbraith, Francis, Brecher, Mernin, J. Tymseon, G. Johnson. ROW 2: J. Robinson, Drever, J. Peterson, Malcolm, Cole, Dvergsten, L. Davenport, Wilhelmi, Cochran, Ayers, Logan. ROW 3: Deer, D. Robinson, G. Swenson, Harper, A. Johnson, Stille, Couch, Pitstick, B. Beekmann, Illum, J. Tymeson, Van Roekel, Hoffman. . L nn.-.n . .--...4. 67 REMEMBER HE .. . At the half of the Sac City game, the Indians led 0-6? The final score was 20-6 in favor of the Tornadoes. WE BEAT CHEROKEE for the first time in eighteen years? Tom Cole ran 65 yards for a touchdown at Spirit Lake? Howard Harper blocked a punt in the Sibley game and Greg Swenson picked the ball up and ran for a touchdown? We beat Spencer by one point on their field? In that same game Steve Van Roekel ran 75 yards for a touchdown. We won our homecoming game against Sheldon? We beat Estherville Midgets on Dad's Night? The Emmetsburg game was spotlighted as the Game of the Week in the Des Moines paper? The mighty Tornadoes finished the season undefeated? Robby Couch was named to the First Team--A11 Northwest Iowa, the Second Team--All State, and the KTIV All Sioux Land Team? Greg Swenson, Denny Galbraith, Robby Couch, Max Tevepaugh, and Alyn johnson made First Team All Lakes Conference? " " SQUAD Undefeated for 1963 68 Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Stor m Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm Storm -- Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake BASKETBALL RECORD 64 Clarion 58 Sac City 52 Sheldon 57 Carroll 66 Emmetsburg 53 Spirit Lake 63 Spencer 62 Sibley 59 Estherville 61 Cherokee 53 LeMars 62 Spirit Lake 76 Sheldon 68 Emmetsburg 50 Spencer 61 Sibley 72 Estherville 75 Cherokee DISTRICT TOURNEY 73 Willow Comm. 93 Anthon-Oro 77 Remsen, St. Marys SUB-STATE 70 Spirit Lake 62 Sioux City Cent. Q Q05 :fn X 50 48 50 50 56 56 46 46 70 58 69 54 62 57 48 54 53 50 52 59 45 57 67 ,lf HW ,.-. I it 7,11 vb I I S 4. tv .S RZIIGI' ff' ls y 5 , jf., A v-r WT .:z, -Y f "Y V-K. WK if r I fx X - v W ,1 N' kgs v I T.. Lisa! If z,. ' O Q9 -nf' 5 'IP Q56 f als J' t I Q- rf' 5 xv" ' S af ,a u--J i J, AS THEY BRI G LIS VICTORY 1963-1964 was a banner year for the Tornadoes. The Lakes Conference was dom- inated by a margin of 3 games in the won-loss column. This is the first uncontested Lakes Conference title garnered by a Storm Lake High School team. Tournament play also proved to be successful for our twelve boys as they produced a 4-1 record down this tough trail, losing only to State Tournament bound Sioux City Central by 5 points. The 19-4 record of this season's Tornadoes included many hotly contested games and many that provided the spectators with excellent shooting, tough rebounding, and sportsmanlike attitude. The teamwork shown was a most important factor in making this year's winning record possible. The seven graduating seniors will be sorely missed as two of their members, Robby and Greg, gathered between them 438 rebounds and 702 points. The collective contributions of all seven were immeasurable. The underclassmen will need an all- out effort in 1964-1965, but we're confident they will do it. The "B" team this year was composed of all sophomores. They built up an excel- lent record of 13 wins and 3 losses and drew large crowds to their games . Did you say that was Z1 foul? Beekmzmn tries a set shot. Robinson brings the ball down the floor. "Come on, Ole. I've got it." x X WX 71 "1 want to get the ba11." S Under . . . Over . . . SQUAD WINS LAKES CONFERENC if X "A" Squad: Cole, Robinson, Brink, Tymeson, Harper, Swenson, Stille, Couch, Page, Beekmann, Peterson, Perry. Manager Tom Daniels and Coach Barry Holtgrewe. 72 XRS Around . . and Through, the Mighty Tornadoes show what they can do. "B"SQU DCOMPILE I3-3 RECQRD "B" Squad: ROW 1: Mauser, Rossman, Friedlund, Powell, Strader, Pierce, Manager John Hoffman. ROW 2: Bork, Fagan, Jones, Coach Jack Bryant, Skibsted, Bell, Cameron. 73 i ,fr Doyle McPherren, Doug Brecher, Dave Schroll, and Bari Strader comprise the 440 and 880-yard relay teams. Greg Swenson placed third in the discus throw at the district meet to qualify for state. Dennis Galbraith, throwing the shot put, placed first in district competition to qualify for state. TRACK . . . The 1964 track squad, lacking depth and experience, did man- age to place three state entries. Dennis Galbraith in shot put, Greg Swenson, discus, and Robby Couch, Fred Wolf, jim Peterson, and Jim Robinson, two-mile re- lay team, represented our school at the state meet. Losing Couch, Swenson, Peterson, and Van Roekel will hurt the teamg but prospects are good and the Tornado cindermen, under Coach Jack Bryant, look forward to a better season next year. Q5 THE NGREE " THE NGREE ." SITTING: Bradley, Schram, Carl, Dorr, Ahrens, Anderson. ROW 2: Schuelke, R. Tymeson, Rossman, Schmidt, Sharp. ROW 3: E. Jones, M. Hunzelman, Payne, John Stark, golf coach. Under the capable direction of coach john Stark, the Tornado golfers completed a very successful year in ath- letics for S. L. I-I.S. The golf team won four out of five dual meets, placed fourth in the Cherokee Invitational, sixth in the Carroll Invitational, and fourth in the con- ference. They won the district championship and went on to finish sixth in the ' state Prospects for seniors next year are even Nice work, Scott ! better, as four of the first five fAh- Problems, Marsh? ISHS, TYIDGSOH, Shoop, and Rossmanj will be back. 75 su- ,,. -.44-' ' 1 1' ,- 'Vp-. N f . 5 . .f-r 1 "' ' ...-L. - L S. I x. . fi-. . - ' ' .. 4' S HQMECOMI G QUEE L J f ,4- s " " Q. Y ,' .ir-2, -. .-wg X s N 5 Y. 5 'wx .xi X, "v N 'a.N Q ' ' x .. . ' WM Rift? 1 'Q fy ' , y . . 1 ' a gy I : 'Q 1 U .xxx g syl ', 'N 'yi 5 . h Ui ATTE DANTS Trud Beekmann 0 fa Sand: W- 'fun ..: if 'fi ,?gQwlEie,QlQ,, . xl: 521552535 was Eze-'if 'mn , w fl Zi E E '- X33 I " 'HH mmm My 5, ,M mammal iq 2441-3 iiEi5iZi5EZi?,?4'3 ' - A .L QQ Zwfw .,.,D ,... , , H' A' '-fwssiissises' in efwzffw 235.5 .iififilh lik" . f :z 5-4w21sg11L, 'ff H 4. Carol ,gpm ww, fgmfszlfszfii .,X fKf2zff2zf:f mafigffifggfi -rf? siwiffii 9535, ..,.. nv -9.53:-35 55523 Q15 . :'E: fi -Sim? 'ii 5:5 5 wg., Q fy, Liv are ,Q-X gig L nda Korwes 0 sz-L1 Mak 1-m xv L, .m,fwz,ff-eziff AF AQ, ,i.,,. W,,.W, , W, f. if ,,..U, x x- 'EI'-3 my mwifsvqsg: gg uf' fn fszma-af 2:1-'isAw1z,f2,L. . iw 7 A -ag gm Our happy noise makers are all smiles as they lead the team to victory. There is nothing as thrilling as Homecoming at SLI-IS. Student body spirit is at peak as everyone tries to make "this year's events the best ever." The traditional snake dance which launched the activities on Thursday night was great success. On Friday many parade viewers lined the town streets to view the outstanding floats, the queen candidates, the enthusiastic cheerleader, the anxious coaches, and the terrific band. Queen Janice and her co UU The crowd beams at those high-stepping Tornadoes. its a urt. Home Room first prize. ti '4"S. Queen . . . She's our happy Queen As the Tornadoes came onto the field, a loud roar ascended from the stadium. We knew our guys in green would bring us 'Victory, ' ,AND Tl-IEY DID! Following the game the homecoming dance was enjoyed by all in our high school student center. Fine music by the Continentals was the highlight of the evening. The dance decorations were taken down, the student center was emptyg Homecoming 1963 was over, but the memories will not soon be forgotten. .fqlvmbit 13 "chugs" off with .. - "1f3'g6e'lg?: - wr Home Room 9 "stamps" its way to a first. 3 81 lu-. X , N L. a t ' f -I ,:r.1':' R- M f , - 55543 , 1' 5133, 'f!5J'QC'iI3?" fx 'rs A A 'Q' X z .,,-5, ,.-V SPECIAL RECOC5 ITIO Robert Couch -- CITIZEN it ' AA. I 2 IOWA BAR ASSOCIATION GOOD 5 5 Exchange students from South America This page is dedicated to those students who have made unusual accomplishments during the year. Donna Taylor received the highest score on the Betty Crocker Homemaking test and became HOMEMAKER OF THE YEAR. The Iowa Bar Association GOOD CITIZEN OF THE YEAR was Robert Couch. BOYS' STATE DELE- GATE Dave Schroll was chosen by the faculty on the basis of scholarship and character. The other students not pictured but deserving recognition are Sue Vilas, D.A.R. GOOD CITIZEN, and Merrill Anderson, NA- TIONAL MERIT SCHOLARSHIP FINALIST. It is also notable that this year three students from South America came to SLHS as part of the foreign exchange program . Their adjustment to a new way of life was certainly quite an achievement. Dave Sch1'ol1-- BOYS' STATE DELEGATE Donna Taylor-- HOMEMAKER OF THE YEAR 83 STARD UST janet Ross . . . Phil Ford .... Marion Phipps . John Redman . . Cynthia Keene . Raimund Brown Mavis Moriarity Miss Freeman . Miss Robinson . Miss jones. . . Tad Voorhis . . Stella Brahms . Mr. Boch .... Dean of Women Prudence Mason Claire Carter . jerry Flanagan. Arthur Scott . . - . n Q CAST . . Jan Juni Gene Klesath f I Ruth Rystad Tom Daniels I Jane Shafer Kirk Bradley Lois Sutton Shari Strader Nancy Radda Kay Witt Steve Julius . . jan Stout Steve Lande . . Joann Swanson These juniors are being made-up for their big production of "Stardust." Do you think they look nervous? "Stardust" is a humorous play about a nice hard -working girl whose efforts have made her a famous actress. She goes to a small university in New Hampshire for a rest where she is to play the lead in ANTHONY AND CLEO- PATRA. While there, she encounters many problems with the students of a Russian director who have learned to act by living their parts. The play was directed by Mrs. Merry and student director jaque Otto. Barbara Weather ly Leanne Smith . . john Logan Vernon Illum 84 Star Babysitter A boy who doesn't know anything about kids and becomes a babysitter for the principal's children has problems. So does a flunking football star. So does a guy who finds himself on the same babysitting job with his furious steady. When all these are the same guy, played by jim Brown, things really start popping for him and his frantic girl, played by Cynthia Laird. , 4 . 4. , Call It a Day A doctor's wife is not one to knock the job of her husband's receptionist--not if she's tried it. Sandy Stark, as the skeptical wife of Dr. Culver, played by Dave Ruby, decides I , lull' that the receptionist earns her pay when one I 5 Ia afternoon she "subs" for the regular girl. It takes all kinds to make up this world --hillbillies, supersalesmen and indignant billpayers--and most of them seem to visit Dr. Culver. Balcony Scene I-low does a man feel at his own funeral? Ask Tim- mer Ahrens, the man who pa.uses there for an in- stant on the way to eternity, just in time to hear his girl, jan Kearney, decide she can live without him. Funny thing, how frank friends and neighbors are when they think they are unobserved in a far corner of a church balcony. 85 Arthur Hayes Ed jones THU DER CF SYCAMCRE 'Quiet back stage, curtain going up! " All the intelligence is strictly incidental. TREET Sycamore Street is a peaceful street yet with the quiet chance meeting of three men coming home from work, we sense the rumble of thunder! Something tonight. There's an underlying excitement, and even the teenagers are uneasily aware of impending trouble. Behind the casual talk of dates--and what's on television tonight--the problem begins to emerge. A man in this neighborhood as is not welcome. The cast, under the very capable direction of Mrs. Cox and student director Carol Hawke, excellently presented this dramatic play to an audience filled to capacity. CAST Frank Morrison Mrs. McAllister joseph Blake Clarice Morrison Roger Morrison Chris Morrison Charlie Denton Grace Denton Bill McAllister Phyllis Hayes Mrs . Harkness Caroline Hayes Judy Blake Mac Irma Ann Blake Mrs . Carson Ginny--a child Marshall Hunzelman Marcia George Hugh Perry janet Gutz Scott Schuelke Ed McKenna Dennis Molgaard Karen Lease jack Wilhelmi Trudy Beekmann Ethel Kuhlman Cynthia Cooper Penny Spike Howard Harper Jane Smith jan Uhl Christy Thompson Teresa Thompson Extras--Steve VanRoekel, Tammy Mills "Just stopped over to see Artie." 86 1 "Joe, what are we going to do?" "I'm just doing my Christi duty! " "Get out, Mr. Blake, or else--" Flowers for Mrs. Cox. w U W , 11 i1 1 "oh, Dad Jane Smith John T E BREEZE KING AND . I 1 ' " Y .' gr . fp 1 "if:1',' ' Qurssw D ERGSTE IS ELECTED TUDE T BGDY PRE IDE T DUNI 'Q . ' M, A f V . 1 I L x I ' 1 1 . Candidates: Doug Brecher, Dave Dvergsten, Tom Daniels, and John Logan. This year's race for Student Body President was one of the most interesting and, without a doubt, the most imaginative contest in the history of SLHS. The candidates for this high office were Doug Brecher, Tom Daniels, Dave Dvergsten, and john Logan. Along with the usual assortment of banners, posters, pins, and placards, there were a number of innovations Doug Brecher demonstrates his cam- which Clearly Paign technique' illustrated the resourcefulness of the candidates and their back- U' I ers. These new X ideas included Tammy Mills gives an "informa1' nomi- the use of a nation speech for the student assembly. +4 I horse, a cement . mixer, a flashing sign, and a weather balloon to catch the attention of the students. On June 15 the candidates and their managers made campaign speeches at the student assembly. Nominating speeches were made by Tammy Mills, Greg Swenson, jane Juhl, and Hugh Perry. The voting took place outside the library fol- lowing the assembly. At four o'clock the ballots were counted and Dave Dvergsten was declared Stu- , dent Body President for the com ing school year . 89 The ushers escorted each lovely guest to her seat. These lovely hat-check girls, Becky Hansen and Sandi Stark were the first to welcome each promster as he entered. 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Ykxv 006 56401 da th Y e s beieni indofs 1 helsav 2 the ey if h rem ggh m - A n nette G run dm eie r be Cer the gO3-S: WO 18 Sec Id Of .LII-.S O llfetty, faReV but 1-la-galb -prolgncfjcht uCt S 3 ' S S fe UC- . not X SENIOR FACTS ADAMS, JAMES--Football 2, Basketball 2, Hi-Y 2, Speech Club 4. ALLEN, VERNA--Librarian 2, Deca 4, Treasurer 4. ANDERSON, MARY--Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Small Instrumental Groups 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, GAA 2. ANDERSON, MERRILL--Golf 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Secretary-Treasurer 3, 4, Breeze Staff 4, Editor 4, Speech Club 3, 4, Parliamentarian 4, Debate 2, 4, Speech Contestant 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Homeroom Officer 2. ANDERSON, SANDRA--Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, GAA 4, Future Teachers 4. AYERS, JIM--fTransfer Belmond 3, Football 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, Track 3, 4. BEEKMANN, TRUDY--Twirler 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Future Teachers 4, President 4, Small Vocal Groups 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, Hi Breeze Staff 2, 3, Breeze Staff 4, GAA 2, Speech Contest 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, One-Acts 2, Home- room Officer 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Attendant 4, Valentine Queen 4. BERG, MERRIDEE--Y-Teens 2, 3, Hi Breeze Staff 2, 3, 4, Breeze Staff 4, Speech Club 2, Librarian 2, Future Teachers 4, One -Act Plays 2, Class Play 3, GAA 2, 3, 4, Office Assistant 2, 3, 4. BERTRAM, CLAYTON--Football 2, Librarian 2. BIGGINS, KEITH--Track 2, Hi-Y 2, 3. BOND, ANDREA--Choir 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, GAA 3, 4. BRADLEY, LYNN--Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Small Instrumental Groups 2, 3, 4, Instrumental Solos 2, 4, Choir 3, 4, Small Vocal Groups 4, All-State Band 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Hi-Breeze Staff 2, Class Play 3, One-Acts 2, Homeroom Officer 2, 4. CASSIDY, DON--Football 2, Track 2, Hi-Y 2, Deca 4. CASSIDY, BOB--Hi-Y 2, Deca 4.. CHAMBERS, RICHARD--Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Small Instrumental Groups 2, 3, 4, Instrumental Solos 2, 3, 4, Band Officer 2, Future Teachers 4, National Honor Society 4, Northwest Iowa Band 3. CHRISTENSEN, CLARK--Choir 2, 3, 4, Golf 2, 3, Hi-Y 2, 4. COLE, TOM--Choir 2, 3, 4, President 4, Small Vocal Groups 4, Boys' Glee 2, Football 3, 4, Basketball 2,3, 4, Lettered 4, Track 2, 3, Football Manager 2, Hi-Y 2, Hi- Breeze Staff 2, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Class Play 3, Homeroom Of- ficer 2, 3, Class Officer 4. COOPER, CYNTHIA--Twirler 2, 3, 4, Majorette 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Small Vocal Groups 2, Girls' Glee 2, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 3, Hi Breeze Staff 2, 3, Breeze Staff 4, GAA 2, Speech Contest 3, 4, Future Nurses 3, 4, One-Acts 2, Class Plays 3, 4. COUCI-I, ROB--Choir 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Vice President 4, Small Vocal Groups 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, National Honor Society 4, Home- room Officer 4, Class Officer 3, 4. DAVENPORT, LARRY--Football 2, 3, 4, Lettered 4, Hi-Y 2, 3. DEER, STEVE--Football 2, 3, 4, Lettered 4, Basketball 2. DIEHL, MIKE--Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Small Instrumental Groups 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Instrumental Solos 2, 3, 4. DIERENFELD, AYRIC--Hi-Y 2, Deca 4. DORR, JERRY--Football 3, 4, Golf 2, 4. FETHKENHER, ROGER--Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Pep Band 4, One- Act Plays 2, Class Plays 3,4, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4. GIESE, GARY--Choir 2, 3, 4, Small Vocal Groups 2, 3, Boys' Glee 2, Track 2, 3, Let- tered 2, 3, I-Ii-Y 2, Class Play 3, One-Act Plays 2. GEORGE, MARCIA--Y-Teens 2, GAA 2, 4, Future Nurses 3, 4, Vice President 4, Class Play 3, 4, One-Act Play 2, Homeroom Officer 3. 93 GORDON, DAWN--Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 35 Small In- strumental Groups 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Cabinet 25 GAA 2, 45 I-Iomeroom Officer 2. GRIFFIN, PAT--Chorus 35 Girls' Glee 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 GAA 2, 35 Speech Club 25 Future Teachers 25 Deca 4. GRUNDMEIER, ANNETTE--Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 3, 45 Small Instrumental Groups 3, 45 Band Officer 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 35 Presi- dent 45 Cabinet 3, 45 Breeze Staff 45 Assistant Editor 45 Future Nurses 3, 45 Presi- dent 45 National Honor Society 45 Class Play 35 Class Officer 3. GUTZ, JANET--Twirler 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Small Vocal Groups 3, 45 Girls' Glee 25 Y-Teens 2, 45 Hi-Breeze Staff 45 Breeze Staff 45 GAA 2, 35 Future Nurses 3, 45 Class Play 3, 45 One -Act Plays 25 Homeroom Officer 2. HAIGHT, BARBARA--Choir 35 Chorus 25 Girls' Glee 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 GAA 2, 35 Li- brarian 2, 35 Speech Club 45 Future Teachers 45 Class Play 35 Office Assistant 2. HARPER, HOWARD--fTransfer Aryshire 35 Choir 3, 45 Small Vocal Groups 45 Foot- ball 3, 45 Lettered 45 Basketball 3, 45 Lettered 45 Track 35 Student Council 4, Presi- dentg National Honor Society 45 Class Play 3, 4. HAUSER, SANDRA--Office Assistant 45 Homecoming Candidate 4. HAWKE, CAROL--Marching Band 25 Twirler 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Small Instru- mental Groups 2, 3, 45 Choir 3, 45 Chorus 25 Small Vocal Groups 45 Girls' Glee 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Cabinet 35 Hi -Breeze Staff 45 GAA 35 Student Council 45 Speech Club 25 Future Teachers 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Class Plays 3, 45 One -Act Plays 25 Homeroom Officer 45 Class Officer 3. HAHN, SHARON--Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Library Assistant 25 Office Assistant 35 Class Play 3. HERMANSON, ROBERT--fTransfer 35 Class Play 45 Choir 45 I-Iomeroom Officer 4. HUNZELMAN, MARSHALL--Golf 2, 3,45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Chaplain 45 Speech 3, 45 Sec. - Treas. 45 Debate 45 Speech Contest 3, 45 Class Play 3, 45 Student Council 35 Home- room Officer 3. JOHNSON, ALYN--Basketball 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Lettered 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Speech Club 45 Projectionist 2, 35 Boys' Glee 25 Chorus 35 Choir 4. JOHNSON, LEE--Hi -Y 2, 35 Stage Crew 25 Choir 3, 45 Student Council 25 Homeroom Officer 2, 3. JOHNSON, MIKE--Hi-Y 25 Stage Crew 25 Choir 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2,3,45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Small Instrumental Group 2, 3, 45 Instrumental Solo 3, 45 Boys' Glee 25 Choir 4. JOHNSON, ROSALIE--Deca 4. JONES, EDWARD--Golf 2, 3, 45 Lettered 25 Future Teachers 3, 45 Hi -Y 2, 3, 45 Speech Club 45 Debate 2, 45 Speech Contest 3, 45 Class Play 3, 45 One -Acts 25 Boys' Glee 25 Chorus 25 Choir 3, 45 Small Vocal Group 45 National Honor Society 4. KELSEY, LYLE--Speech Club 2,45 Stage Crew 2, 35 One-Acts 25 Chorus 25 Choir 3. KLINZMAN, MARC--Projectionist 25 Choir 3. KORWES, LINDA--Speech Club 25 Y-Teens 25 Hi -Breeze 45 Library Assistant 2, 3, 45 Chorus 45 Homecoming candidate 4. KUHLMAN, ETHEL--Future Nurses 3, 45 GAA 3, 45 Speech Club 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Class Play 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Instru- mental Solo 3, 45 Chorus 3,45 Officer 3, 45 Girls' Glee 2. LEAF, NORMAN-- LEASE, CRAIG--Football manager 3. LEASE, KAREN--Future Nurses 3,45 Sec. -Treas. 45 Y-Teens 2,35 GAA 35 Class Play 35 Marching Band 25 Concert Band 25 Chorus 35 Choir 4. LIBOLT, RONALD--Football 25 Deca 45 Officer 4. LILL, DOUGLAS--Basketball 25 Boys' Glee 25 Chorus 35 Deca 4. LINGE, JOHN--Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 35 Dance Band 2, 35 Small Instrumental Group 25 Chorus 25 Boys' Glee 2. 94 MACKEY, STEPHEN--Football Managerg Basketball Manager5 Track 25 Hi -Y 2, 35 Class Play 3. MALCOM, BEN--Football 2, 3, 45 Lettered 45 Deca 4. MANNING, CHARLES--Track 25 Breeze Staff 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Small Instrumental Group 3, 45 Boys' Glee 25 Chorus 25 Choir 3,4. MASON, BENETA--Y-Teens 25 Library Assistant 2, 35 Class Play 3. MCKENNA, ED--Basketball 25 Football 25 Track 35 Class Play 3, 4. MILLER, BARBARA--GAA 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 35 Library Assistant 3, 45 Class Play Crew 3, 45 Girls' Glee 25 Chorus 35 Choir 4. MILLS, TAM--GAA 2, 3, 45 V. Pres. 35 Pres. 45 Speech Club 45 Y-Teens 2, 35 Class Play 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 3, 45 Small Instru- mental Group 2, 45 Girls' Glee 25 Chorus 45 Homeroom Officer 25 Deca 4. MOLGAARD, DENNIS--Class Play 3, 45 Choir 4. MORSE, HARLAN--Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 3. NELSON, BRUCE-- NELSON, LINDA--Class Play 3. NEWBROUGH, PAT--GAA 25 Speech Club 35 Officer 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader 25 Library Assistant 35 Office Assistant 45 Class Play 35 One-Acts 25 Girls' Glee 25 Chorus 25 Choir 3, 45 Small Vocal Group 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 45 Breeze Staff 4. O'BRIEN, RICI-IARD-- PARKER, WILLIAM--Stage Crew 2,35 Class Play Crew 4. PAYNE, ALLAN--Hi-Y 35 Breeze Staff 3, 45 Library Assistant 35 Stage Crew 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 35 Pep Band 2, 35 Small Instrumental Group 2, 3, 45 Officer 45 Homeroom Officer 45 Student Council 45 Golf 2, 3, 4. ' PEDERSEN, GEORGEA--GAA 3,45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Cabinet 2,45 Choir 3, 45 Girls' Glee 25 Chorus 2. PERRY, HUGH--Basketball 2,3, 45 Lettered 45 Football 25 Track 25 Hi-Y 2, 45 Speech Club 45 Speech Contest 45 Class Play 3, 4. PETERSON, C. JAMES--Basketball 2, 3, 45 Lettered 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Lettered 3, 45 Track 2, 45 Lettered 2, 45 Marching Band 35 Concert Band 35 Small Instrumental Group 35 Choir 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 35 Student Council 3. PITSTICK, JOHN --Football 2, 3, 45 Lettered 45 Golf 2, 3, 45 Librarian 3. POWELL, ROBERT--Basketball 25 Track 2, 45 Choir 3, 4. RADKE, MARY--fTransfer 35 GAA 35 Speech Contest 45 Choir 3,45 Homeroom Of- ficer 4. RIPKE, CLIFFORD-- ROBINSON, DELORIS--GAA 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Library Assistant 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Small Instrumental Group 3. ROBINSON, DENNIS--Basketball 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Lettered 3, 45 Hi -Y 2. ROSDAIL, KAREN--Speech Club 45 Y-Teens 25 Deca 4. SCHUELKE, SCOTT--Basketball 25 Football 2, 35 Golf 45 Track 25 Class Play 45 Boys' Glee 25 Chorus 25 Choir 3,4. SEVERSON, JO--GAA 2. SHANNON, PAUL-- SHARP, CURTIS--Hi-Y 25 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 3, 45 Instrumental Solo 2, 3, 45 Small Instrumental Group 2, 3, 45 Boys' Glee 25 Chorus 25 Choir 3, 45 Small Vocal Group 2, 3, 45 Vocal Solo 2, 3, 45 All State Choir 3. SIEFKES, SANDRA--Future Teachers 45 GAA 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 4. SMITH, ALICE--Class Play Crew 3. SMITH, JANE--GAA 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Hi-Breeze 25 Cheerleader 45 Class Play 45 One-Act Plays 25 Twirler 2, 35 Girls' Glee 25 Chorus 35 Choir 45 Homecoming Candidate 45 Homeroom Officer 3, 45 Breeze Queen 4. 95 SPIKE, PENNY--Future Teachers 2, GAA 2, Speech Club 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4, Hi-Breeze Staff 2, Speech Contest 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, One-Acts 2, Twirler 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, Chorus 3, Choir 4, Small Vocal Group 4, National Honor Society 4. STORCK, JOHN--Future Teachers 3, I-Ii-Y 2, 3,4, Homeroom Officer 2, Student Coun- cil 2. STULL, TERRY--Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Small Instrumental Group 2, 3, 4, Instrumental Solo 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 4, Choir 2,3,4, Boys' Glee 2. SWENSON, GREG--Basketball 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, Homeroom Officer 2, 3, 4, Student Council 4. SWENSON, VIRGINIA--Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 2, Deca 4. TAYLOR, DONNA--GAA 2, Y-Teens 4, Office Assistant 3, 4, Class Play 3, National Honor Society 4. TEVEPAUGH, MAX--Football 2, 3, 4, Lettered 2, 3, 4, Track 2, Hi-Y 2, One-Acts 2, Boys' Glee 2, Chorus 2, Choir 3. THAKE, BRUCE - -fTransfer 45. THOMAS, BILL--fTransfer 45. THOMPSON, KAREN--GAA 2, 3, 4, Y-Teens 2, Speech Contest 2, Class Play 3, 4, One-Acts 2, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Small Instrumental Group 2, 3, 4. TILLMAN, JUDY--Y-Teens 2, 3, GAA 2, Choir 4. TILLMAN, TERRY--GAA 2, 3, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Library Assistant 3, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4. TYMESON, JOHN--Basketball 2, 3, 4, Lettered 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Lettered 4, Track 2, Hi -Y 3, 4, Projectionist 2, Chorus 3, Class Officer 2, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Homeroom Officer 3, Breeze King 4. UHL, JANICE--GAA 2, 4, Y-Teens 2, 3, 4, Cabinet 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Breeze Staff 4, Hi Breeze 2, 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Office Assistant 3, Speech Contest 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Girls' Glee 2, Choir 3, 4, Class Officer 4, Homecoming Queen 4, National Honor Society 4. VAN ROEKEL, STEVE--Football 3, 4, Lettered 3, 4, Track 2, 4, Lettered 2, 4, Speech Club 4, Deca 4, Officer 4. VILAS, SUE--GAA 2, Y-Teens 2, 3,4, Cabinet 4, Hi-Breeze 3, 4, Editor 4, Assistant Editor 3, Class Play 3, One-Acts 2, Girls' Glee 2, Chorus 2, Choir 3, 4, Class Of- ficer 2, 3, Girls' State Delegate 3, Student Council 3, Officer 3, Homeroom Officer 4, National Honor Society 4. 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