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

 - Class of 1965

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Robert Elston . . Steve Laude . . Shirley Watkins STAFF Suzanne Courtright Cheri Droll Barbara Kuyper John Logan Miriam Mueller Marlene Pedersen Shari Strader fx-q-JFn:fT,7v1,V , .A19"P'?frvfi'y if C ON TEN TS FA CULTT ..... ..... 4 MUSIC ....... ..... 5 2 CLASSES .............. 14 SPORTS ...... ..... 6 4 ORGANIZA TIONS ..... 34 ACTIVITIES ..... 1 ..... 80 Dea'z'ccztz'0n sl' Memories come easily at S.L.H.S. --memories that will be with us all of our lives. We'11 long remember the little lady peeping over the office counter selling lunch tickets . We will smile when we remember her, typing with her feet propped on a box. Neither will we forget the twinkle in her eye as she so often remarked, "l'll let you get by with it just this once! "We shall never forget her patience that led us through both our confusions and our anticipations. She is a large part of our high school memories, and we all are a little richer because of her. We, the Senior Class of 1965, respectfully dedicate our Breeze to the "Mother of S.L.H.S. "--Mrs. Fiscus. 3 i ADMINISTRA TION AND FA CULTT "There will be no school in the Storm Lake Public Schools today. " These cherished words from Super- intendent of Schools, Mr. Arthur R. Block, were heard many times this year. This is only one of the tremendous decisions that he makes. Mr. Block with his quiet manner and decisive hand extends his in- fluence to the acquiring of all faculty members and necessary equipment. Few people realize the skill it takes to run a school smoothly, but as Mr. Block can tell you, he does his very best. A I n,--, "The meeting of the Board of Education will now come to order." This proclamation precedes many decisive meetings. The members of the board are fleft to rightj Mr. Herb Andrews, Mr. Bill Hartman, Mr. Lealand Ballou, Mr. Max Ireland, President, Mr. Don Shevel, Mrs. Florence Christensen, and Mrs. Olive Ross, Secretary. The business presently at hand is the coming of the 1965-1966 school year. V 1 4 6 Mrs. Olive Ross fleftj, Secretary to the School Board, and Mrs. Ruth Forney, Mr. Block's secretary, are the two efficient ladies who take care of official school business. Mr. Richard Euchner, our high school principal, dili- gently meets all the needs of the student body. I-le seems to have a knack for dealing with his students and does so effectively. I in . Inu - UIWIYAIT ,JIZGIL "Come in and keep me company," says Mrs. """"" Elma Fiscus, Mr. Euchner's secretary. Her f ' wishes are usually met, and the office is filled with people who like to "chat" with herg how- ever, she works much more than she talks. .-FEMA! 7 Facu 192 F aces These are the faces of our teachers as seen by the student body each day. Beneath their dignified exterior, they express all the emotions of soft-heartedness, kindness, sincerity, joviality, and lovableness. They are probably the most understanding and the hardiest people around. They have to be in order to withstand the eagerness of their little "angels." They must remain even-tempered while a student chews gum, passes notes, sleeps in class, writes in his book, replies retortingly, doesn't work up to capacity, and doubts his capability as a teacher. However, on the other hand, these same teachers, who are often doubted by the students, are ready, willing, and able to help a student who seeks his help. By the lines in their foreheads and the concern in their eyes, one can clearly see that they are trying their best to T make each one of us a better student, capable of meeting the 5, world with an open mind and a progressive attitude. 372 lv Merridee Baade Glenn Bell Arie Brink Jack Bryant Boyd Cammack Mildred Cox Norman Den I-lartog Barry Holtgrewe Merle Kahud w 8 Richard Kearney Bennett Marshall Charlotte Merry James Moody Larry Robertson Walter Schulz Clyde Simons Jerrold Swenson Kenneth TeSlaa Marilyn Vatter Shirley Watkins Helen Welch ":'Ii.il. E V Looking over someone's records are Miss Merle Kahuda, the girls' counselor, and Mr. Boyd Cammack, the boys' counselor. These people are always ready to help any- one when deciding his future. In addition to their counseling duties, Mr. Cammack helps in the planning of the Fete de Fous, College Day, and Career Day. Miss Kahuda also teaches homemaking and is Y-Teen advisor. These two gentlemen are smiling over the success of the music department. Mr. Larry Robertson di- reets A Cappella choir, mixed chorus, girls' and boys' glee club, plus various small groups. Mr. Glen Bell controls concert band, pep band, march- ing band, dance band, and many other small groups. I0 "This is where I live," says Mr. Barry Holtgrewe, the sophomore world history teacher, varsity basketball coach, and as- sistant track coach. looking on in dismay are Mr. Arie Brink Qleftj and Mr. Bennett Marshall. Mr. Brink teaches government and economics to the seniors plus being Hi-Y advisor and assisting the seniors with magazine sales. Mr. Marshall teaches American history to the juniors and is also the Hi Breeze advisor. l i I K Demonstrating how to clean a typewriter is Mr. Walter Schulz, teacher of distributive edu- cation, bookkeeping, and office education. Carefully observing are Mrs. Doris Sievers, the typing teacher, and Miss Shirley Watkins who teaches general business and shorthand. "Sure I can lift this," says Mr. Norman Den Hartog, the boys' P.E. instructor. Looking on with envy is Mrs. Merridee Baade, the girls' P.E teacher and G.R.A. sponsor. The lady with the pleasant smile is Mrs. Bonita Wolf, the school nurse who cures everyone's ills. "" - . - -, I I' sr 14 VA F Q -U W 5 Ty? , 'f7'fV'f"" 'Q 'V f-'f'll"T1': 3 A V K - fs WN -lg Another new face this year is Mr. Kenneth TeSlaa fleftj. He and Mr. Clyde Simons have been caught in the world of mathematics and may someday discover a new theory. But in the meantime, Mr. TeS1aa teaches advanced algebra and trigonometry and is also advisor for the prom. Mr. Simons occupies his time teaching applied math and geometry plus advising the student council. ,lr-,egopiiulnucxxnra .4 img, , ,,, , pta- are a dbx la.r'11.uuu..r.n.cnvaAqcalfv?"5b T" .4 ,ara 5-9.51.9 Wle01l1P!Au F9534 P041 .aaa .4 In . --uanwvmsm -4- 4 'l"c Y 5-.l -'NTHNUNPP 4 A I2 Pointing to one of the many improvements in the library is a new person around school, Mrs. Margaret Ayers, as she asks, "Have you read the front page?" She has much time to EC devote to the reorganization of the library since she teaches no classes. She has student librarians who help with check- ing books in and out, making reference cards, and changing bulletin boards. Welcome to Storm Lake, Mrs. Ayers, your .A advances have been appreciated. These two "handsome characters" looking over a filmstrip are Mr. Jack Bryant and Mr. Richard Kearney. Mr. Bryant Qleftj, known affectionately as "Dad," is the teacher of biology, is football and track coach, and is "B" squad basketball coach. That "bird," Mr. Kearney, plagues his scholars with physics and chemistry and is in charge of the stage crew. My I The literary circle is composed of Mr. James Moody, junior English, debate, and speechg Mrs. Helen Welch, junior English and fumre teachersg Mrs. Charlotte Merry, sophomore English and junior class playg Mrs. Mildred Cox, senior English and senior class play. Mrs. Marilyn Vatter smiles as one of her students try to speak to her in that complicated language of German. Mrs. Vatter says, "It really isn't so hard if you would just study." The two "arty" persons to your left are Mr. Jerrold Swenson Qleftj and Mr. Ronald Kuhnle. Mr. Swenson teaches shop and mechanical drawing, and Mr. Kuhnle teaches art. I3 ,, I Hail! Storm Lake High School Hats off to you. Ever you'll find us, Loyal and true. Firm and undaunted, Always we'll be. Hail! To the school we love. Here's a toast to thee. I6 Seniors Hai! Storm Lake Hzlgh The Senior Class of 1965 hails their high school with hats off to the undefeated football squad, Lakes Conference basketball champs, and the many one ratings our choir and speech contest- ants received. We were loyal and true when we all joined in to make the maga- zine sales one of the best yet and help bring about the success of the annual Fete de Fous. The senior class play brought about loud cheers from the entire audience. We will always be firm and undaunted because of the excellent training we have received during our high school days. We hail and toast the school we love because it will always be a part of our lives no matter what walk of life we choose. Though we will each aim for a new and different goal, Storm Lake High School will always be our Alma Mater. Steve Gustafson, Presidentg Cheri Droll, Vice Presidentg JoAnn Swanson, Sec.-Treas. I7 Marilyn Bauer Gregory Benberg Kirk Bradley Kathy Babcock Gale Brink Derald Burgess Carol Burmeister Sue Butterfield Douglas Brecher Pane He Bruc e Richard Case D ale C ochran Vicki Camerer Jack Cameron Gayle Carpenter Barry Carnine Sandra Collier Thomas Daniels Diane Dreher Steven Davenport I9 Cheryl Droll Dave Dvergsten Robert Elston Ronald Dreyer Robert Francis Denis Galbraith Daniel Gregg Mary Gingerich Trudy Faust Vlrglma Foell Steven Hartman G ary Hartshorn ETX Barbara Goodwin Kathlyn Guse Steve Gustafson Bernard Gutz Sandra Hayes Kathryn Heard Daniel Hill Orbrey Hendricks 21 James Holmes John Hoffman Vernon Illum Mary Innanen Henry Ivers G alyn Johnson Stanley Johnson Vicki Jones Kathy Jorgensen Jane Juhl 22 Steven King LuAnn Klinzman Steven Julius Michael Keller Denny Kellog Patricia Killingsworth Larry Koch Barbara Kuyper Shirley Lang Steven Lande 'L ' 2:1 A rg QI- w'i,- 23- 6- lei!- Donna Lichtenberg Ned Lenox Bruce Lighter Marlene Litwiller John Logan Anita Mack Jerry McShane Francis Memin Linda Memin Janette Lucht Myron Nourse 'Cb-5 il Vicki Miller Miriam Mueller Jaque Otto Lynn Monson Paula Nixon Gregory Page Marlene Pederson Robert Peterson Patricia Pepper 1 25 .av-"' Wgi' Barbara Potts Cynthia Potts Nancy Radda Linda Ponsor James Robinson Steven Roth Kitty Rounds Ruth Rystad Willi am Renshaw G axold Ringge nberg Douglas Seeman D ave S elleck Wayne Samuelson Brice Schafer Alan Schoening David Schxoll Jane Shafer Gail Sievers Maxine Sliefert Mi-1I1yS Silkman - . 'f-e-iff I '1' ' 1 . J 4 ,'. f E 27 G.. Lf Mona Steffen Beverly Stief Steven Stille J e anette Stout Shari Strader Sharon Steen Lois Sutton JoAnn Swanson Connie Thayer Shirley Thompson gk S. James Tymeson Robert Tymeson Barbara Weatherly Dennis Wefhefeu fNot picturedj Thomas Dumbaugh Gary Hawke James Hendricks Stephen Jacobs Eugene Klesath Glen Fred Wolf Ronette Y arger Mark Young Pamela Young J acklyn Zalesky zmior Class juniors are the hub of school activity, caught between the sophomores and the seniors . They are music makers, workers, players, poets, authors, engineers, de- baters, and actors . During the year, they manage the concession stands, arrange the junior-Senior Prom and struggle with three thousand Word themes . Through it all they come one step closer to graduation. CLASS OFFICERS: Carol Lee, Danny Fried- lund, Bonnie Hunter, Tim Pierce. SEATED: Mr. Marshall, Beekmann, Brown, Gregersen, J. Flohr, Gramm, B. Duffy. ROW TWO: Casey, Court- right, Ferry, Benberg, Cone, Bock, J. Campbell. ROW THREE: B. Hansen, Cameron, Carrington, Baird, Bork, Carl, B. Campbell. ROW FOUR: J. Bell, R. Bell, Dierenfeld, Davenport, Cross, Conlon, Dublinske. SEATED: Mr. TeSlaa, R. Gregg, Laird, Kearney, Keister, Hill, Helkenn. ROW TWO: Frederiksen, Harvey, Gordon, Gaes, Hopkins, Jewell, D. Duffy, C. Johnson. ROW THREE: Iversen, Hunter, Kolb, Kestel, Ingram, C. Jones, Humphrey, Hunzelman. ROW FOUR: Jensen, Fagen, J. Johnson, S. Flohr, Franken, Friedlund. Sophomore Class The sophomores found the atmosphere and the activities at the high school quite different from those at the junior high. Homecoming found them busily at work on their first floats . Although they had no win- ners, the knowledge they gained will be valu able for the next two years . Near the middle of the year, the class chose their class rings . This was not only a highlight of their year, but another step toward graduation. The sophomores were capably led this year by Bill Turner, Vickie Keister and Brian Lichtenberg. SEATED: Mr. Bryant, Bowles, Allison, Ballou, Adams, Bach, B1e11er. ROW TWO: Bell, Anderson, Birdsell, Cross, Costello, Dierenfeld, Burgess. THIRD ROW: Brander, Bedell, Bennet, Boney, Collier, Delp, Cundiff, Clough. ROW FOUR: Bruns, Bybee, Christensen, Bunting, Bayliss, Clark, Bock. l SEATED: Mr. Cammack, Davis, B. Hansen, Elk, Fitchett, M. Guse, D. Guse, ROW TWO: Geisinger, Elston, Frederiksen, Croxell, George, Ivers. ROW THREE: Harrington, Hauser, S. Hansen, Grimdmeier, Goodwin, Dodds, Dorr. ROW FOUR: Grunig, Fitch, Harper, Felton, Groth, Herzberg. 32 , Wi: - OR GA NIZA TIONS ROW 1: Barbara Kuyper, Mirium Mueller, Nancy Radda, Pam Young, Marlene Pedersen. ROW 2: Tom Daniels, Joann Swanson, Jaque Otto, Ruth Rystad, Maxine Sliefert, Kirk Bradley. ROW 3: Dave Schroll Dave Dvergsten, Jim Holmes, Gale Brink, John Hoffman. ational H amor Sociegf NATIONAL MQW! SOC? NWA, 'I E J 4- i 229 is Lg On March 12, 1965, these sixteen sen- iors were initiated into the National Honor Society in an impressive candle -light ceremony. Membership is based on scholarship, service, leadership, and character. The candidates were selected by a faculty com - mittee. Election to the National Honor So- ciety is the highest honor the school can give a student. Unbeknown to the selected senior, the parents arrive before the ceremony so that each parent may proudly Watch his child receive the honor. 36 Student Council The 1964-65 Student Council fully achieved the purpose of this repre- sentative governing body. Its recogni- tion of the importance of promoting scholarship, developing good sports- manship, serving as a reliable service organization, and establishing a better relationship between the administration and student body was a firm foundation upon which the Council furthered its activities. The group's projects included sponsorship of Homecoming activities and Christmas festivities, maintenance of the juke box and lost and found facili- ties, and assistance in numerous school Student Body President Dave Dvergsten functions. The club also participated in ence, and the A.F .S. program . the Iowa Association of Student Coun- Full credit is to be given to President cils, Northwest District Convention, Dave Dvergsten and Mr. Simons, spon Lakes Conference Leadership Confer- sor, for their leadership of the Cotmcil ROW 1: Mr. Simons, Dvergsten, Gustafson, Mueller, Droll, Simons, Bradley. ROW 2: Pierce, Bowles, Friend lund, Schroll, McPherren, Strader, Gregg, Jensen. ROW 3: Reese, Logan, Galbraith, Mitchell, Beekman Turner, Davis. Breeze S Za jf ROW 1: Rystad and Bradley, Co-editorsg Kearney, Assistant editorg Miss Watkins, Advisor. ROW 2: Droll, Senior editorg Courtright, Underclassmen editorg Pederson, Organizations editorg Elston, Business manager Logan, Sports editorg Lande, Photographerg Kuyper, Organizations editorg Strader, Faculty editorg and Mueller, Music editor. Breeze staff members worked all year to prepare a book which would adequately record the activities and events of the 1964-65 school year. Individuals on the staff met every Tuesday after school. Under the direction of co -editors Kirk Bradley and Ruth Rystad and advisor Miss Watkins, they spent many hours planning and working to meet deadlines. The Breeze was financed by such functions as the annual magazine sales, the Pete de Fous, and the senior class play. Many wonderful memories center around the Breeze Dance which featured the theme "Oriental Gardens." The dance was held in the appropriately decorated Student Center on April 24, 1965 . Highlight of the evening was the crowning of the king and queen, Dave Schroll and Jackie Zalesky. Musical numbers were provided by the Inmates, and refreshments were served. After finally assembling the hundreds of photos, copy, and drawings the Breeze staff can now relax and review all their projects . We are proud to send this Breeze to press so that the events of this memorable year may be recorded for all the stu dents of Storm Lake High. Mr. Eaton and Miss Watkins are giving last minute instructions before the pages are completed. Kirk Bradley, Barb Kuyper, John Logan, and Marlene Pederson and the other staff members spent many hours working the night before this deadline. 38 H z'-B reeze I-Il BREEZE, our school newspaper, T' W made considerable progress this year. E Editor Nancy Radda led her staff 5-.z capably. A new arrangement was used L.. .. to coordinate the various sections . Laurie Triggs was assistant editor, Lynn Steinbach and Juel Neve were in tr charge of feature articles, Kathy Heard Z ran the social news, and Kirk Bradley was responsible for the sports. Besides having an edition in the Storm Lake paper every Tuesday, the staff published four special issues. The Homecoming issue was full of pic tures and talk about the game. The Christmas issue contained creative writing reflecting on the season. The coming of spring and the end of snow was heralded in the spring issue. Last and most memorable was the gradua- tion issue with pictures and biographies of the seniors, a keepsake for years to come. Working on the next edition of Hi-Breeze are Editor Nancy Radda and Assistant Editor Laurie Triggs. ROW 1: Mr. Marshall, Flohr, Simons, Heard, Triggs, Radda, Steinbach, Bradley. ROW 2: M. Keister, Smith, Mackey, Young, James, Strader, S. Wilson, Iverson. ROW 3: Offenstein, L. Mernin, Pepper, Stutzman, R. Wilson, C. Johnson, J. Saathoff, Woodke, Pederson. ROW 4: Larson, Kuyper, Krupke, Rystad, B. Johnson, J. Otto, Benberg, Robinson. 39 T-TEE Y-Teens is an organization which seeks to build a fellowship of women and girls devoted to the task of realizing in their common life those ideals of personal and so- cial living to which they are committed by their faith as Christians. In this endeavor they seek to understand jesus, to share His love for all people, and to grow in the knowledge and love of God. The year began with a tea to honor the sophomores and a membership drive. Al- though the cabinet plans and guides the activities of Y-Teens, each member helped on a committee to make the meetings and activities more meaningful. In October Storm Lake was the hostess city for the Y-Teen District Fall Conference. The World Fel- lowships Foreign Potluck in November was highlighted by our speaker Professor Ba- hati from Pakistan. The Y-Teen girls had a date with their dads for the Dad-Daughter Potluck Supper in October. Our very interesting speaker for our Brotherhood meet- ing in February was Professor Thomas from India. The girls thoroughly enjoyed a charm instructor from Sioux City at another meeting. This year the Y-Teen girls planned convocations, helped with Career Day, and helped the I-Ii -Y boys with the March of Dimes drive in which they made a profit of S486 . 89. The most memorable evening of all for the Y-Teen girls was the Mother-Daughter Banquet. The theme was "Treasurers of Life." Mrs. Marcus Arelius from Creston proved to be a most enjoyable and interesting speaker. Miss Kahuda honored the sen iors by presenting them with roses. Another memory of the seniors is the breakfast given them by their sponsor Miss Kahuda. Many thanks go to Miss Kahuda for her time and patience. Qfieiii ?1I!4.YiL'x?F---f"-' ' ' , . 4 , . a .. -- - -H. .n, 'I ' ' 'T W' 4, - ',- H 4-Arm-YW-jig' , i 'Q-.,.J Y V b-, ,A L1 au- . ,,,,, 7, , , , , Y Y-Teen Cabinet: ROW 1: Morris, secretary, Swanson, presidentg Miss Kahuda, Rystad, vice-president, Nourse treasurer. ROW 2: L. Memin, Bock, Pepper, Radda, M. Sliefert, Larson, L. Norris, Puetz, Monson, Kuyper, Ped- erson, Hunzelman, Mackey, Young. 40 SENIORS: ROW 1: Stief, Mueller, Litvviller, Dreher, Swanson, Rystad, Miller, Sievers, L. Mernin. ROW 2: Juhl, Silkman, Mack, Droll, Jorgensen, Babcock, Goodwin, Bauer. ROW 3: Heard, Pederson, Radda, Litchenberg, Car- penter, Monson, Pepper, Young. ROW 4: Kuyper, Klinzman, J. Otto, Butterfield, V. Jones, Yarger, M. Sliefert, Bruce. JUNIORS: ROW 1: Lee, Ringgenberg, Morris, Mackey, J. Wiersma, Gramm, Campbell, Bock, S.. Wilson, Flohr, M. Keister. ROW 2: J. Wiersma, Stutzman, I-Iunzelman, Humphrey, Smith, Cone, Lenox, M. Weatherly, Hunter, Nourse. ROW 3: Courtright, K. Jones, Kolb, K. Saathoff, J. Saathoff, Theesfield, Puetz, Woodke, L. Lange, Ferry, Gregersen. ROW 4: B. Hansen, Thompson, Benberg, Westerbur, L. Sliefert, B. Hansen, Larson, L. Norris, Stark, Shea. SOPHOMORES: ROW 1: Offenstein, Lewis, Jessen, V. Keister, Burgess, Wall, Vilas, N. Otto, J. Mernin. ROW 2: Whalen, Krupke, Lind, Ivers, Steinbach, Roggow, Wilson, Dorr, Robb. ROW 3: Rundquist, B. Hansen, Gei- singer, Dodds, Clough, Fitchett, Goodwin, Julius, James. ROW 4: Ballon, Simons, Bennett, Williamson, Krause, Neve, Elk, Wiersma, Bell. ROW 5: Allison, Ohrlund, Stille, Boney, B. Johnson, L. Norris, Grundmeier, Mat- thews, Moore. 41 H z'- T President, Gale Brink, Vice-president, Jim Tymeson, Secretary-treasurer, Barry Carnineg Chaplain, Kirk Bradley. Under the capable leadership 0 the sponsor Mr. Brink and the officers, Hi-Y rose to new heights and contributed greatly to school life. However, not enough can be said about the hard working members who did much of the work. The club endeavored "to create, maintain, and extend throughout the home, school, and community high standards of Christian character." Through its many projects such as a bread sale and two convocations it succeeded in reacing its goals. Some people doubt that Hi-Y does much, but it must be remembered that many times this participating club worked behind the scenes to do the needed work. Meeting on alternate Monday nights, the club learned much about Europeans and Asians through special programs. The club also held playnights . Needless to say, the club was one of the most active in history. ROW 1: Mr. Brink, G. Brink, J. Tymeson, Carnine, Bradley, Carrington, Swenson, Campbell. ROW 2: Elston, B. Tymeson, Burgess, Miller, Hartman, Lighter, Ivers, Carl. ROW 3: Cochran, Seemann, Roth, Selleck, Logan, Illum, Daniels, Pierce. ROW 4: Hoffman, Holmes, Kellogg, Stille, Davenport, Schimtz, Jones. 42 DE CA Officers: SEATED: Sandra Collier, vice presidentg Bev Stief, presidentg STANDING: Vicki Jones, Secretary, Gayle Carpenter, treasurer. A Distributive Education Club of America is an educational, extra- curricular activity. It not only helps the student receive wages and practical training in business skills, but it also provides valuable business experience. The best part of it is the fact that the student earns two school credits . DECA is also a social activity. Once a year the members are entitled to decide what school they would like to visit. This year the club Went to Com- mercial Extension in Omaha. In ad- dition, for those interested in retail they saw Brandeisg and for those in- terested in office work, the club visited the twelve-story Mutual of Omaha ln- surance building. The group also managed to get in one hour of shopping. The highlight of the year is the Employer-Employee Banquet. This banquet is just a small token of the students' appreciation to their em - ployers . This group also provides a service to the school by sponsoring a book store in the student center. ROW 1: Mr. Schultz, Stief, Collier, Jones, Carpenter, Cameron. ROW 2: Keller, Campbell, Lucht, Dreher, Cassidy, J. Collier, Slikman, Sievers, Guse, Johnson. ROW 3: Sponner, Burgess, Shewell, Hendricks, Wetherell, Benberg, Young, Hendricks, Renshaw, Gutz, Smuelson. ROW 1: Lawrence, S. Collier, Stief, M. Keister, Duffy, Foell, Gramm, K. Guse, Babcock, Lee. ROW 2: Camp- bell, Flohr, Iverson, Bock, I-Iunzelman, Oatman, M. Weatherly, L. Lange, S. Otto, Truelsen. ROW 3: Mackey, Kolb, Mueller, Mack, Weatherall, Westerbur, Ponsor, Litchenberg, Dreher, Gregersen. ROW 4: Strader, Radda, B. Hansen, S. Thompson, Laird, Kearney, Lewis, Pederson, Young, Cassidy. ROW 5: Kuyper, Nixon, B. Hansen, J. Otto, Rystad, Swanson, B. Weatherly, Butterfield, Steen, Carpenter. G.R.A. f l "To create sportsmanship, to promote healthy fellowship, and to improve the physical fitness of its members" proved to be a worthy purpose for the Storm Lake Girls' Recreation Association . Activities included in the program were the round -robin volleyball and ing of the Sadie Hawkins Dance and the annual trip to the State Girls' Basketball Tournament in De s Moines . Under careful planning of club mem- bers, G.R.A. hosted the District Play Day in March. 44 basketball tournaments, the sponsor- ROW 1: Mrs. Baade, Latta, Stone, Jessen Gingerrich, Geisinger, Wall, Dorr, Robb, Warner, Molgaard, Ringgen- berg, Vilas, Offcnstein, Bach. ROW 2: M. Guse, Bauer, Ivers, Burgess, Clough, Ballou, James, B. Hansen, Rog- gow, Wilson, Brander, Sutton, Julius, Harrington. ROW 3: M. Guse, Bletzer, J. Saathoff, Hunter, B. Goodwin, Stutzman, Juhl, Zalesky, Droll, B. Goodwin, Smith, Slikkerveer, Simons, Elk. ROW 4: J. Lewis, Lind, Cundiff, McDole, Shea, S. Thompson, S. Hansen, Stark, Woodke, Shafer, Jorgensen, Rimmer, V. Keister. ROW 5: Stille, Krause, Olsen, Grundmeier, Ohrlund, Norris, Boney, Allison, Williamson, Triggs, C. Mack, Matthews. Girls fulfill the G.R.A. purpose by participating in volleyball and basketball tournaments. Mr. Vatter is measuring up Debbie Stille and Bruce Lighter for "marryin"' at the Sadie Hawkins Dance. Projects which contributed to the success of the organization, under the able leadership of officers Barb Good- win, Ruth Rystad, Bonnie Hunter, and sponsor Mrs. Baade, were the sale of Booster Club memberships and holiday greens and an "after -the -game" sock hop. Awards Banquet, to honor those re- ceiving recognition by merit of the point U system, was held in the spring. 5 45 ROW 1: Mr. Moody, Bradley, Juhl, Carnine, Rundquist, Iverson, Stambach, Hill, Stout, Stone. ROW 2: Innanen, M. Keister, S. Otto, Stutzman, Sutton, Radda, Slikkerveer, Humphrey, Oatman, S. Wilson. ROW 3: Bruce, Fredericksen, Carl, Shea, Bell, Dvergsten, J. Saathoff, Schroll, S. Lange. ROW 4: Faust, Benberg, Laird, Matthews, Triggs, Rystad, Stille, Puetz, Kearney, Droll. ROW 5: Brink, Logan, Franken, Kellogg, Stille, Schmitz, Daniels, Illum, Campbell. Speech Club Under the able leadership of President Kirk Bradley, Speech Club prospered this year. Meetings were held on Tuesdays with an average attendance of about thirty. Members enjoyed playing word games, such as "Password" and "You Don't Say, " and laughed at the widespread discomfiture when impromptu speeches were given . Charades furnished an entertaining evening also . Besides having fun, some worthwhile things were accomplished. The club ran the c-oat check after two home basketball games . Meetings provided encouragement and practice for contestants in the District and State Speech Contests . As a climax to the year, pi.ns were presented to all those receiving superior ratings at State . Others were given certificates for performances. V- in X ,Yr an Q N. Speech Club Officers: Barry Cai-nine, secretary- Stephan Ulman, speech therapist for the treasurer, Jane Juhl, vice-president, Kirk Bradley, Tri-County area, is shown speaking at a president, and Tim Rundquist, parliamentarian. speech club meeting. 46 Debate "Resolved That Nuclear Weapons Should Be Controlled by an International Organization" was the topic debated and discussed by the debate team this year. The members of the first team, Tom Schmitz, Laurie Triggs, Steve Lande, Tim Rundquist, and Barry Carnine represented the school in tournaments at Sioux City, Buena Vista College, Estherville, Marcus, and others. The other members of the squad participated in several debate tourna- ments and discussions at Paullina and Buena Vista College. The team qualified for the state tournaments by winning five and losing one, thus tying for first place also. At the state tournaments they won four and lost eight. Mr. Moody acted as coach and judge for all debate meets ' He looks The first team debaters are Laurie Triggs, Tom Schmitz forward to a better season next year. Tim Rundquist, and steve Laude. Debate Club. ROW 1: J. Saathoff, Triggs, Rundquist. ROW 2: Carl, Franken, Kearney, Mr. Moody. ROW 3: Ruudquist, Schmitz, Lande. 48 Student Assistants Librarians. ROW 1: Stone, Dorr, Scott, Mrs. Ayers, N. Otto, Wall, Vilas. ROW 2: Stambach, Hill, Goodwin, Lange, I-Iumphery, Brander, Hauser. ROW 3: Krause, J. Otto, Swanson, Thompson, Gregerson, Slikkerveer. These girls gave of their time to serve the school. The girls in the above picture helped Mrs . Ayers in the library. The other girls served Mrs. Fiscus in the school office. Office girls. ROW 1: Yarger, Juhl, Mrs. Fiscus, Radda. ROW 2: Strader, Stambach, Hauser, Hunter. 49 T w l l w l 1 r Future Nurses Club Officers: Jane Shafer, vice-president, Janice Truelsen and Sue Butterfield are gaining first.. Kathy Jorgensen, secretary-treasurer, Sue Butterfield, hand experience as Candy Stripers at the hospital. president. F utufe urses The Future Nurses had a big club and a big year. Their service projects included helping with the dental clinic, vision te sts, and hearing tests. This was the second year for the Candy Stripe program at the Buena Vista Cotmty Hospital, which provides the girls With many valuable experiences. The club, under the leadership of Sue Butterfield, president, and Mrs. Wolf, ad- visor, held their monthly meetings in the study hall, which consisted of movies and lively discussions. They also took trips to the county hospital to observe equipment and procedures. The highlight of the year was the club's trip to Omaha -Council Bluffs for visitation purposes. The purpose of the club is to advance the girls in their knowledge of nursing and the medical field in general. ROW 1: Butterfield, Shafer, Jorgensen, Lee, Molgaard, S. Scott, Stone, Laird. ROW 2: Truelsen, Morris, Lit- willer, Stutzman, Miller, Gramm, S. Otto, Sessions. ROW 3: Litchenberg, Mack, L. Scott, Steffen, Cone, Smith, Faust, M. Weatherly. ROW 4: S. Thompson, Puetz, Shea, Westerbur, Helkenn, L. Norris, M. Sliefert. 50 W ROW 1: S. Lange, Jorgensen, Zalesky, Ringgenberg, Mueller, Gingerrich, Babcock, Sutton. ROW 2: Bruce, Pederson, K. Saathoff, Thompson, Larson, Mrs. Welch, Myers, Yarger, Woodke, Courtright, Bauer. ROW 3: M. Weatherly, Bock, Droll, I-Iunzelman, Logan, Kellogg, Young, Casey, Litchenberg, Oatman. F uture Teachers The Future Teachers of America, under the leadership of Miriam Mueller, presi- dent, and Mrs. Welch, advisor, had a year filled with many activities. Monthly meetings, held after school on Thursdays, had programs consisting of very interesting guest speakers and several films. The Future Teachers worked hard at the coat check at basketball games this year to earn money for their activities. The purpose of the organization is to interest students in teaching and to help them realize the qualities essential for becoming a good teacher. The Future Teachers observed and taught classes in the elementary schools which they would be interested in teaching. They thoroughly enjoyed gaining this first -hand experience. The Future Teachers Wish to thank Mr. Thompson and the elementary teachers for making these visitations possible. 'J si-ret ' - -.--1.?,mt::s sf: , in g , , ., rr- .S::'1,"',1 " ' 5.1 exif"-lt' -'quill .Y ' fl, V --"l - ,fy-.gg 'Q .5 , .. - - -Ag ,L . Y 3. 1 5,1-71--, . 11. J- r.,,.F..' ' . "U-'E '-".7g5:,' '.. X -' x .5 I-,hall VE. . ' f go.-n. . .-'Q-1... ,"'1-E: '- ,- ,. Til I" 2.22 -f'1"f.iT"- wr' 1?-J-i--iw , 11. .Y ? 2.-1 ll ' vi' 'Qi dw ::f -r ite!" - 1 f L llf-t Q1 A , M. l -4 Mary Lou Gingerich gains teaching experience Future Teachers Officers: Miriam Mueller, by teaching a spelling lesson to the fourth president, Jackie Zalesky, secretary, Lynn graders at North School. Ringgenberg, vice-president. 51 9, x wav? gm a Concert l 4 X ' E I T a -F +. wx Y A L V- . i C A l ROW ONE: Larson, Pederson, Geisinger, Fitchett, Norris, G. THREE: Mr. Bell, Neve, Ohrlund, Courtright, Gingerich, Dodds, Jorgenson, Monson, L. Rundquist, Bennett, Westerbur, Ivers, N. Iverson, Holmes, Oatman, Bach, Simons, Klinzman, Bock, Bruce, Otto, Bunting, Friedlund, S. John- Lichtenberg, Mueller. ROW TWO: C. Johnson, B. Johnson, Davis, son, Brown, Julius, R. Bell, Carl, Shea, Franken, Lee, Pepper, Bybee, D. Jorgenson. ROW Lande, Luepke, Jansen, T. Rund- An active instrumental program captivated interest of the Storm Lake Community throughout the 1964-1965 school year. The concert band participated in the "Parade of Bands, " presented winter and spring concerts, and provided instrumental accom- paniment for the Thanksgiving Convocation and Christmas Convocation. In the spring the band Went to State Music Contest at Estherville where it re- ceived a superior division I rating. Solo and small group contestants surpassed previous records at state contest by receiving 8 out of 12 solo division l ratings and 9 out of ll small group division I ratings among keen Class A competition. Many members of the band took part in the pep band and the dance band. During the football and basketball seasons the pep band provided music at the pep rallies and at home football and basketball games. The dance band played at Career Day, at the Orpheum, and on many different occasions . 54 Band quist, Dvergsten, McPherren, Koch, Lewis, Offenstein, Elk. ' ae., . '. 1 f fig ' A . -gin., .. OFFICERS: SEATED--Gingerich, Sec.-Treas.3 Julius, Pres., Brown, V. Pres. STANDING-- Courtright, Point Sec., Holmes, Librarian, Franken, Uniform Chrm.g Carl, Uniform Chrm. DANCE BAND--ROW ONE: Davis, Franken, C. Johnson, Bruce, Iverson, Larson. ROW TWO: Jansen, Luepke, Carl, R. Bell, Rundquist. ROW THREE: S. Johnson, Brown, Bunting, Bybee, Koch. HEAD MAJORETTE: Lynn Monson. Twirlers These eight smiling, high-stepping twirlers always lived up to the crowd's expectations by giving delightful per- formances . The twirlers worked many hard hours after school and during band practices to prepare their routines for different occasions . They, together with the marching band, provided the traditional half -time football enter- tainment, marched in the Buena Vista College and Storm Lake High School Homecoming parades, and complied to requests to perform at the receptions of Mrs. Barry Goldwater and Orville Freeman and at the Veteran's Day Commemoration. Dorr, Stout, Goodwin, Shea, Stark, Lairk, Foust, Vilas. 56 Solozkts ROW ONE: Gingerich, Geisinger, Simons, Franken, Oatman, Mueller. ROW TWO: D. Ruud- quist, C. Johnson, Julius, T. Rundquist, Larson. Ensembles TROMBONE QUARTET: W. Jansen, Luepke, Carl, TRUMPET TRIO: Julius, Brown, Bunting R. Bell. 57 Ensembles BRASS SEXTET: Julius, Brown, T. Rundquist, D. Jorgenson, R. Bell, Klinzrnan WOODWIND QUINTET: Iverson, L. Rundquist, Holmes, Larson, Geisinger. +A B 'ef' ,1 H, lv! 'NQI -1. ,QQ flu! r1'- P 135 Hi - rd I! PIANO SOLOISTS: Larson, B. Hansen, Neve. 59 Concert Choir ROW ONE: Dodds, Morris, Krupke, Rounds, Casey, Pederson, Kearney, Carnine, Radke, D. Cameron, Skeels, George, Sutton, Jorgenson, Babcock, Lee, Stief, Campbell, Mr. Robertson. ROW TWO: Courtright, Hunzelman, Young, Strader, Juhl, R. Bell, Ringgenberg, J. Tymeson, Young, Groth, Peterson, J. Johnson, Bauer, M. Sliefert, Puetz, Zalesky, Mueller, Nixon. ROW THREE: Shea, B. Hansen, Rystad, J. Otto, Yarger, Bock, Ivers, Rundquist, B. Tymeson, B. Peterson, D. Gregg, Wagoner, Droll, Larson, Triggs, Cone, Oatman, Weatherly, Laird. ROW FOUR: Monson, Simons, Swanson, Klinzman, Illum, Davenport, Brink, Jorgensen, Pederson, Moenter, Swanson, Nourse, Jensen, Friedlund, Pierce, Norris, Kestel, Weatherly. The Concert Choir, Girls' Glee Club, Mixed Chorus, and Boys' Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Larry Robertson, provided the community with excellent entertain- ment through their annual Christmas and spring concerts. The Mixed Chorus was dissolved at the end of the first semester and replaced by the Boys' Chorus, which consisted mainly of Concert Choir members . The Boys went on to receive a superior I rating, along with the Concert Choir, at large group state contest at Estherville. Earlier in the year, the vocal department was represented quite well at state solo and small group contest against keen competition. OFFICERS: President--Brink V. President--B. Tymeson Secretary-Treasureb -Pierce 60 Girls Glee Club ROW ONE: Neve, N. Otto, Warner, Addams, Brander, Wall, Whalen, M. Guse, D. Guse, S. Johnson. ROW TWO: Mr. Robertson, Fitchett, Vilas, Clough, Geisinger, Lind, Steinbach, Dorr, Jessen, Julius. ROW THREE: Ohrlund, Bennett, Ballou, B. Hansen, Robb, V. Keister, Gregerson, Wiersma, James, Elk. ROW FOUR: Allison, Boney, S. Steen, Norris, Matthews, Stark, Hansen, Grundimeier, Krause. Several members of these choral groups represented our school in the Northwest Iowa Choral Festival, in the Little Sioux Symphony Concert Choir, and in the Allstate Chorus in Des Moines. lf you enjoy the best in secular or religious music, or the latest in show tunes, Storm Lake High School choral groups satisfy your needs. Through the efforts of these groups, the student body gains not only delightful entertainment, but also ap- preciation of good music. U' 'fn fa km 5-nf, up ,- .,.:r5 ,rw I ."- , TI. 'wiftlcrei ' .Mm 'H-r ,N 4. OFFICERS: President- -Elk V. Pres.--Ballou Sec.-Treas.--Hansen Librarian--Keister Librarian--Matthews 61 Soloists ROW ONE: Krupke, Morris, Rounds. ROW TWO: D. Bock, Ringgenberg, Jensen, Rundquist. ROW THREE: Pedersen, Larson, Monson. Small Groups MIXED QUARTET: Illum, Monson, Klinzman, Jensen. BOYS' QUARTET: Illum, Brink, Jensen, Accompanist: Larson. Pierce. 62 M adrzga! ROW ONE: Monson, J. Otto, Rystad, Pederson, Larson, Kearney, Klinzman. ROW TWO: Rundquist, Ringgenberg, Brink, Pierce, Jensen, D. Gregg, Skeels. Teen- Twenyf ROW ONE: Krupke, Rounds, Yarger, Laird, Simons, M. Sliefert. ROW TWO: Young, Groth, Oatman, J. Campbell, D. Bock. ROW THREE: M. Nourse, Friedlund, Swanson, Davenport, Ivers, Pederson. 63 15 K r A ' Q SPORTS Lakes Con erence Clzamlbions Under the skill and leadership of Coach Bryant, the Green and Whites rolled over their opponents one by one to once again capture the Lakes Conference Championship. In doing this the Tornadoes outscored their opponents by an average of 25. 9 points . The Tornadoes put the icing on the cake the last game by crushing our arch-rivals, Cherokee, 34 to 17, thus stretching their winning streak to sixteen straight. LAKES CONF ERD! CE CHAMPIONS ROW 1: Wagener, Rolles, Hopkins, Daniels, King, Memin, Dvergsten, Jorgensen, Krause, McFarland, Miller, Wilson. ROW 2: Hoffman, Friedlund, Gustafson, Cameron, Bork, Robinson, B. Tymeson, Francis, Fagen, Olsen, J. Tymeson, Bell, Skipsted, Mauser. ROW 3: Coach Bryant, Brecher, Dreyer, Schroll, Galbraith, Cochran, Beek- mann, I11u.m, Lenox, Johnson, McPherren, Strader, Coach Den Hartog. , 1 1 iff' . ,, A7553 ' " '- ' r " J L' f e , f " ' , ' f ' , r H , V in rift ary. ' V -1 H- ' , TQJ 14,1 Q 'R is ., Prelude to a Wz'nnz'ng Season -, ..,-.. . V -3'-4 Coaches Bryant and Den Hartog give the Tomadoes a drill on the blocking sled. The Tornadoes started practice for the upcoming season before school started. They wanted to be sure to get a crack at the Lakes Conference crown again. ,WW r K 1 , . Tom "Buckwheat" Daniels throws a bone crushing Jim Robinson takes a fast trip through the tires cross-body block into the blocking dummy. 67 Denis Galbraith gains ground with help from teammate Dale Cochran. Conprence Champs in Action Dave Schroll, Galyn Johnson, Bob Francis, and Bari Strader join to make a crushing tackle in the Spencer game. 68 A job Well Done , , , P th ' 1.1 I c After a great season and their second Lakes Conference championship in a row, many Tornadoes were named to all-conference and all-state teams. All-staters: Galbraith, Illum, Brecher, Schroll, BeekmanngA1l-Conference: Galbraith, Illum, Breecher, Schroll, Beek- mann, johnson, Dreyer, Francis, Cochran, Lenox. "BD Squad Has Succesjul Season Sophomore members: Hess, Grunig, Bowles, Peterson, D. Jorgensen, Turner, Hussey, Ladd, Harper, Mitchell, Wil son, Lichtenberg, Bock, Davis, Swenson, Jansen, Lupke, Anderson, Fredericksen, Levan. Coaches: Mr. Nicholson and Mr. IGinker. Manager: Bruce Campbell. . . Tornadoes Tiejir Conprence Cham,19z'0nshz,19 with I2-2 Record For the second year in a row, the Green and Whites once again dominated the Lakes Conference. After two impressive victories, the Tornadoes survived an early season slump on the road to the conference championship and eventually the State Tourna- ment. Hitting an excellent 442, from the field and 712, from the charity line, the Tornadoes chalked up twelve victories in fourteen contests en route to a tie with Cherokee for the Title. The team, consisting of four seniors, seven juniors, and one sophomore, compiled many hours at the conclusion of the season. Steve and Barry were named to the first All-Conference team, while jim was placed on the second team, and Greg and Tim made honorable mention. All five starters received honorable mention on the All- State team. The "B" squad also had a fine 12-2 record and showed great promise for another successful Lakes Conference quest next season. BACK ROW: Dennis Bock, Jerry Rossman, Bari Strader, Gale Brink, Dan Friedlund, Barry Beekmann, Steve Stille, Greg Page, Dick Jones, John Bell, Tim Pierce, and Jim Robinson. FRONT ROW: John Hoffman, manager, and Coach Barry I-loltgrewe. I. BASKETBALL RECORD 65 Storm Lake Sheldon Storm Lake Sac City Storm Lake Emmetsburg Storm Lake Spencer Storm Lake Sibley Storm Lake Estherville Storm Lake Sioux City Central Storm Lake Cherokee Storm Lake Le Mars Storm Lake Spirit Lake Storm Lake Sheldon Storm Lake Emmetsburg Storm Lake Spencer Storm Lake Sibley Storm Lake Estherville Storm Lake Cherokee Storm Lake Spirit Lake DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Storm Lake 71 Odebolt-Arthur Storm Lake 91 Fonda OLGC Storm Lake 70 Sac City SUB-STATE TOURNAMENT Storm Lake 85 Algona Storm Lake 59 Clear Lake STATE TOURNAMENT Storm Lake 66 Des Moines Roosevelt I X I I sr -- 5 , 7,1 Eff ' Q? ,J , f' Lv' S 1 T 'YA s . Tim Pierce makes one of his good passes to a wait- ing teammate . "S atch" Page fights for a rebound as Barry Beekmann waits to help out. Denny Bock leads a fast break and gets another bas- ket. Things are looking up for Steve Stille and Jim Rob- inson in the Sac game. The subs were always in there fighting. Dan Fried- Iund shoots while Jerry Rossman and Dick Jones maneuver for position. Barry Beekmann lays one in again -f't 5 N .1.,..i Robinson, Bock, Pierce, and Stille listen to advice from Coach Holtgrewe at halftime. l For the second time in three ball team made the trip to the state tournament. Cheered on by only a handful of fans because of a record snow storm, the green and whites fell to defeat at the hands of Des Moines Roosevelt, the eventual champions. Beekman drives in with a layup against tough Roosevelt defense. Disappointed fans are forced to turn back before reaching Des Moines. I I I.:- 74 years, an outstanding Tornado basket- The action is fast and furious during this moment of State play. The "B" squad took the conference this year. Members of the squad are, from left to right FIRST ROW: Coach Bryant, Meiers, Bock, Boles, Manager Campbell, Bruns, Litchenberg, Grunig, Jorgensen, Levan, Hussey, Mitchell 75 Friedlund and Hussey run high hurdles. Track Sqaaa' Has Gooa' Season The track squad under the direction of Coach Jack Bryant had a very fine season. They finished high in almost every meet they were in. They won a couple of meets in cluding their own Storm Lake--B.V. invitational track meet. The Tornadoes had many fine individual performers on the squad. Deni Galbraith in the shot put, Steve Stille in the high jump, Denny Cameron in the pole vault, Dan Friedlund in the high hurdles, Dave Schroll in the broad jump and low hurdles, Barry Beekmann in the 440, and Bari Strader in the 100, always finished high in the events. Dave, Denny, Deni, and the relay teams of Bowels, McPherren, Schroll, and Miller all advanced to the state track meet. Bari Strader finishes first in the 100 yard dash in the Storm Lake-B.V. invitational held here. Storm Lake won the meet handily over five other schools. 76 It's always good to see Storm Lake beat Cherokee. Here Denny Bock does it right at the finish line in the Freshman- Sophomore meet. ROW 1: Anderson, Krause, Cameron, Jorgensen, Brecher, Wilson, Schroll, Robinson, Grunig, Bock, Bowles, Mauser, Hopkins, Hess. ROW 2: Levan, Galbraith, Jorgensen, Krohn, Strader, Wolf, Jorgensen, Wilson, McPher ren, Mitchell, Lichtenberg, Dvergsten, Miller. ROW 3: Coach Bryant, Coach Holtgrewe, Friedlund, Prescott, Hussey, Peterson, Stille, Beekmann, Flohr, Harper, Managers Groth and Campbell. 77 Tornado Gown Have Young Team lj 7 ...,....... . . 2?fE2Il.- - F' s.:.:.::-:mf-4: . Eh V- . .- .un Left to Right in ROW 1: Shramm, Sargent, Carl, Bybee, Coach Stark, Shoop, Sharp, and Sutton. ROW 2: Miller, Christiansen, Franken, Bunting, Rossman, Jorgenson, and Schmitz. Left to Right: Shramm, Christiansen, Rossman, Jorgen- son, Shoop. 78 Coach john Stark had a young team to work with during the golf season. The only senior letterman on the squad was Bob T ymeson, who was absent when the pictures were taken. Other seniors missing were Greg Page and Steve King. After the wet weather stopped the team started to practice for the upcom- ing season. The tornadoes participated in many matches during the season. They faired pretty well in most of the matches they attended. All of the usual A squad members pictured at left will be back, so it looks as if the tornado golfers will be very tough next year. 1 1 .f , "N, f 4-- I . . , tu' ' 'f F SZ , 'L ' 1' ff! . . .Q , 'Ln '-, ff.: -' 'H m J .JV H In - 1 I3 SOCIAL Homecoming Queen 173 nm ww If-5, nm Cheri Droll -an Q V V . V w V . . 5.458-..1:'!I V., ki' ...'v, fr" V'f,J,, I I I . . M . .. 1 ' I ,-I,-LI. I, -xf.::-'erq.w"?f1.I- .-. 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"IC Hi'-I' -V pls 'F-5-'1 -I' hm' .- "EW 1..94s.3a's'-v5-z'?- ' an Stout an juhz jackie Zalesley Homecoming 264 In an exclusive interview with Tuffy Tornado, we found Tuffy ecstatic. l-Ie burst with pride as he told us of the 1964 homecoming events. From the first crackle of the roar- ing bonfire behind the school, to the peppy beat of our smartly dressed marching band, to the thrilling victory over the Spencer's Tigers, to the swinging beat of the Beach Niks, Tuffy had nothing but praise for the Tornadoes and their fans. Here Queen Cheri Droll is enjoying one of Storm La.ke's traditional homecoming cus- toms. Looks like Doug and Deni are enjoy- ing it too. Homeroom 9 floated into first. Homeroom 6 laid the track to second. I-Iomeroom 2 flew to third- 84 Breeze R0 alt e e QQ Queen , jackie 'y ' 'ff - f 1 f , e'efff? Slbecial R600 nition HONOR V 7' STUDENTS ' . ! HYTZHQ if 'ik 13725155.- Doug Brecher BETTER AMERICAN CITIZENSI-IIP AWARD 4-,J This page is dedicated to those students who have earned special honors during the year. Scholastic honors went to Linda Rundquist and Jerry Wild, Sophomoresg Laurie Triggs and Tom Schmitz, Juniorsg and Joann Swanson and Tom Daniels, Sen- iors Doug Brecher received the BETTER AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP AWARD. Joann Swanson earned the highest score in the BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER test and gained the title of BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER. Jan Kearney, GIRLS' STATE DELEGATE, and Jim Brown, BOYS' STATE DELEGATE, were chosen on the basis of character and scholarship. Storm Lake High School can be proud of these fine students and their outstanding achievements. 11, 'lay Joann Swanson-- BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER A Jan Kearney-- GIRLS' STATE DELEGATE J 1m Brown-- BOYS' STATE DELEGATE 86 Glad Grads This is the story of the 1965 senior class. It will never be forgotten because it was special and unique. These snaps showsome treasured moments never to be relived except in our memories. .--av , if I 1' Jury seats were filled on Court Day by conscientious seniors. l Seniors faithfully did PE Seniors participated in Most seniors resorted to nbrownien points exercises even outside of many extra activities. only when necessary. class. Each senior has his own chain that links memories of his l I high school years. Hidden talents f?j of many seniors were uncovered at the F ete de Fous. Each one of these moments, sad and happy, are now a part of SLHS history. unior Class lay This year's junior Class play was a great success, despite what Mrs. Merry termed the worst dress rehearsal she had ever seen. The play had everything, in- cluding diamond srnugglers, a monster, young lovers, a ghost, and a murder. The young lovers and several others were spending Thanksgiving Weekend on a small Atlantic Island in a lodge inhabited by the smugglers, the monster and the ghost, who tried to get the vacationers to leave. It all ended happily with the lovers engaged and the crooks in jail. IN TWENTY -FIVE WORDS OR DEATH Olive Bunker-Hill . . . Virgie Oatman Kelton Garwood .... Tim Rundquist Halley Hampton .... Sherry Wilson Miss Pruce .... . Lynn Stutzrnan Mrs. Van Pelt .... Jeanne Saathoff Barbara Driscoll . . . jan Kearney J. J. Hooth ....... Jim Carl Nicholas ..... . . Alan Franken Magda , , , , Laurie Triggs Carl . , , , . Bruce Campbell Laurie Triggs is made up for her part as the Slinky diamond smuggler. The terrified vacationers look to the sound of old Jan Kearney waits nervously for makeup. Captain Lockard's peg leg above them. ,Q ' .li 88 S en im' Class Play This year's senior class play, A MAN CALLED PETER, will long be remembered by those who attended. The cast worked hard to produce a play which had both high points of emotion and touches of humor. The play tells the story of a young minister who struggles to live up to his religious convictions and of his influence on those around him . A MAN CALLED PETER Peter Marshall ..... Gale Brink Catherine Marshall . . Nancy Radda Peter john Marshall . . Darell Ewalt Allan Talbot ...... David Schroll Judith Bickle ...... Maxine Sleifert Jesse Bickle . . . . . Lois Sutton Susan Grant . . . . . Marlene Pedersen Marian Grant . . . . Ruth Rystad Steven Grant . . . . . Dan Gregg George Yost ...... Gene Klesath Joe Keating ...... Kirk Bradley Senator James Polk . . Vernon Illum Nancy Everetts .... Jane juhl Barbara Logan .... Lynn Bauer Hulda .......... Barbara Weatherly Directed by Mrs. Cox The entire cast is proud of their unusual achievement. Peter and Catherine pray for strength. The Grants and George discover that love requires getting as well as giving. B9 9.1.9. Q Q.,9,.iQ 6 434' W6 6 4 6 if 4 -If 4 6,4 4 'T ' Q if xii gf E WJ Stl EQ ' p . 1 , Hostess and host Sally and N Craig. "The Cotton Blossom" l Under the "Under the Southern Sky" was the theme as more than 300 guests enjoyed the junior-senior prom Friday night, May 14. The juniors transformed the armory into a lovely southern plantation. Everyone was greeted by Hostess Sally Elk and Host Craig Mitchell. Coats and hats were checked with Carol Boney and Bonnie Ohrlund, dressed as southern belles. As guests stepped off the "Cotton Blossom" the first thing they saw was a large mansion at the opposite end of the room. Two large murals depicted cotton fields, slave houses, and guest houses for the mansions. Stacked by the showboat were authentic -looking cotton bales and a Negro loading them. Although it was raining outside, the sky was blue as made by the juniors. n- cilfeu ,Mbit The tables were beautifully decorated. 90 BM ll, - it .-ja ' Southern Sky After the banquet Chris Olsen, Master of Ceremonies, introduced Mr. Moody, speech and English teacher, who gave a very inspiring address . The sophomores then presented a humorous skit "The Car- petbaggers . " After the skit Chris brought the banquet to an end by bidding farewell to the seniors. Everyone enjoyed dancing to the music of Allen Welsh until midnight. The senior parents sponsored the post -prom party from twelve until four. The sun was almost up as couples straggled home, the junior-senior prom a memory forever. I 4 - i 5 ,I .1 x. L. mf 1 sl The Southern Mansion Ushers Tom Grunig, Marty Jorgensen, Bill Turner, Earl Harper, Mike Levan, and Dennis Bock. Couples danced until mid- night to the music of Al- .H-X..-.af .1 L. 1 , '14 Some of the juniors look rather tired. PQ. X' lf-fn-J' The beginning of a perfect evening. X, in 5'-X 'JP' ' ik ii MK 4 2 wrfiff. The beautiful table decorations will be remembered forever. "x..i... f. Life on the old plantation. Candidates for Student Body President were Dan In an effort to win the election each candidate had Friedlund, Tim Pierce, Tim Rundquist, and Jan a very unique campaign. Kearney. .B .P. Election This year's campaign for Student Body President was a close four-way "battle" between Dan Friedlund, jan Kearney, Tim Pierce, and Tim Rundquist. Since all of the candidates were well qualified, the campaign managers had to dig up some spectacular attention -getting devices. Among these were a kick-off dance, a box decorated with gorgeous girls, and a record by the Dark Knights. The badges were also very clever. "Pinned to Pierce," "I'm a Rundquist Fan, " "Jan's Rtmning, " and "We're I-lot on Dan, " were only a few. After a week of late nights Friday morning finally arrived. The nomination speeches were given. At four o'clock it was announced that jan Kearney had been elected the new Student Body President. By a narrow margin Jan Kearney was elected to the Jan is discussing plans for the coming year with Mr. office of S.B.P. She is the first girl to ever hold Simons, Student Council advisor. this important office . 93 Class Colors: Yellow and Silver 4 C loss F lower: Yellow Rose Tom Daniels Joann Swanson Valedictorian Salutatori an Craduatzon 1965 Senior Class President Steve Gustafson receives his rose from Miss Watkins. lil Skxxx, The graduates enter the gym for the last time. Graduation came for one hundred twenty -three seniors on Tuesday May 25. Dr. Robert F. Ray, the commencement speaker, spoke on "The Greatest Challenge." The band played "A Festival Prelude" and the Senior Ensemble sang "I May Never Pass This Way Again." Mr. Block introduced the members of the National Honor So- ciety and the top ten scholastically. Mr. Euchner presented the class to Mr. Max Ire- land, President of the Board of Education. As the band played "Pomp and Circumstance, " the seniors entered into a new world. Their days at SLHS are gone, but the memo ries remain. A moment of relaxation be- fore the seniors begin their final journey through the halls of SLHS . 95 Candia' Shots N Let the little boys dance! Fans take the pep bus. 96 Skits Denny, Steve, Bob P., Ned, and Bob T. are the new sweater girls. Galbraith, kick those legs! Daniels, the Japanese moderator. 97 Check the sign, girls. Friendly Elayne. Lots of help, huh, Lynn? l Hey, look at us! w " Y -lm' -1 Be brave , Greg. Typical school day! Smile! You're on Candid Cam era! He 's the best! Relax, Steve. Jolly, Lande ! Kellog, the bubble dancer! ! J . , ' Surprise! ! Jolly Kearney? 99 On May 25, 1965, we, the Class of '65 walked through the gym doors of Storm Lake High School for the last time as students. When we walked out those doors to the strains of "Pomp and Circumstance" We were alumni and a chapter of our lives were forever closed. Thank you, Storm Lake High, for everything: for victorious teams, for magical proms, for lasting friendships, for teachers who guided our footsteps along the paths of knowledge. Thank you, and good -by. 100 Senior Facts BABCOCK, MARY KATHY--Future Teachers 3,43 G.R.A. 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Chorus 23 Choir 3, 4. BAUER, MARILYN--Future Teachers 3, 43 G.R.A. 2, 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Newspaper Staff 23 Cheerleader 2, 3, 43 One Act Plays 23 Choir 3, 4s Chorus 23 Homecoming Queen Attendant 43 I-lomeroom Officer 3, 4. BENBERG, GREG--Football 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3. BRADLY, KIRK--Golf 2, 3,43 Hi-Y 2, 3,42 Officer 43 Speech 3,43 Officer 43 Annual Editor 43 Newspaper 3, 43 Editor 43 Student Council 43 I-Iomeroom Of- ficer 4. BREECHER, DOUGLAS--Basketball 23 Football 2,3,43 Captain 43 Student Council 23 Chorus 23 I-Iomeroom Officer 2. BRINK, GALE--Basketball 3, 43 Track 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Officer 3, 43 Speech 3, 43 Choir 2, 3, 43 Officer 3, 43 Boys' Glee 43 Small Vocal Group 3, 43 Home- room Officer 4. BRUCE, PANELLE JEAN--fTransfer Estherville 43 Future Teachers 43 Y- Teens 43 Speech 43 Marching Band 43 Choir 43 Concert Band 43 Pep Band 4. BURGESS, DERALD--Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. BURMEISTER, CAROL--G.R.A. 3. BUTTERFIELD, SUE--Future Nurses 3,43 G.R.A. 2, 3,43 Y-Teens 3, 43 Marching Band 2, 3g Concert Band 2, 33 Small Instrumental 42, 3. CAMERER, VICTORIA-- CARNINE, BARRY--Statistician 3, 43 Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Officer 43 Speech 2, 3, 43 Officer 2,43 Chorus 3, 43 Choir 4. CARPENTER, GAYLE--G.R.A. 43 Y-Teens 2,3,43 Cabinet 23 Librarian 23 Office Assistant 3, 43 One Act Plays 23 Mixed Chorus 2. CASE, RICHARD-- CAMERON, JACK--Football 23 Hi-Y 3. COCHRAN, DALE--Basketball Manager 3, 43 Football 3, 43 Track 2, 33 Hi-Y 4. COLLIER, SANDRA--CTransfer Sioux City Centrall G.R.A. 43 D.E.C.A. Club Officer 4. DANIELS, THOMAS--Basketball Manager 2, 33 Football 43 Manager 2, 33 Golf 23 I-Ii-Y 2, 3,43 Officer 33 Speech 2, 3,43 Officer 23 Newspaper 2, 33 One Act Plays 23 junior class Play 33 Class Officer 3g Student Council 2, 33 Officer 33 I-Iorneroom Officer 2. DAVENPORT, STEVE--Hi-Y 2, 3, 43 Dance Band 23 Small Instrumental 2, 33 Choir 2, 3, 43 Small Vocal Group 2, 3, 4. DREHER, DIANE--Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 G.R.A. 4. DRYER, RONALD--Football 2, 3,43 Golf 23 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. DROLL, Cl-IERYL--G.R.A. 2, 3, 43 Officer 23 Future Teachers 43 Speech 43 Y-Teens 2, 3, 43 Annual 43 Newspaper 33 Cheerleader 2, 3,43 One Act Plays 23 Choir 2, 3, 43 Homecoming Queen 43 Student Council 3, 43 Officer 43 Home- room Officer 2, 33 Class Officer 4. DUMBAUGH, THOMAS--Choir 43 Chorus 2, 3. DVERGSTON, DAVID--Basketball 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 33 Speech 43 Marching Band 2, 3, 43 Concert Band 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 2, 3, 43 Group Instrumental 33 Student Body President 43 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Officer 43 Homeroom Of- ficer 2. ELSTON, ROBERT--Annual Business Manager FAUST, TRUDY--Future Nurses 3, 43 Speech 3, 43 Y-Teens 2, 3g Twirler 43 Chorus 2. FOELL, VIRGINIA--G.R.A. 3,43 Y-Teens 2. FRANCIS, ROBERT--Football 2, 3, 43 Track 23 Horneroom Officer 2. GALBRAITH, DENIS--Basketball 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Captain 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Future Teachers 3, 43 Choir 2, 3, 43 Chorus 23 Boys' Glee 43 Vocal Officer 23 Student Council 3, 43 I-Iomeroom Officer 3, 4. GREGG, DANIEL--Basketball Statistician 33 Track 2, 3, 4g Junior Class Play Crew 33 Choir 2, 3, 43 Small Vocal Group 3, 4. GINGERICH, MARY--CTransfer Mason City 43 Future Teachers 43 G.R.A. 43 Marching Band 43 Concert Band 43 Pep Band 43 Small Instrumental 43 Group In- lOl strumental 45 Instrumental Solo 45 Band Officer 4. GOODWIN, BARBARA--G.R.A. 2, 3,45 Officer 45 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Cabinet 35 Homeroom Officer 4. GUSE, KATHLYN--G.R.A. 3,45 D.E.C.A. 4. GUSTAFSON, STEVE--Football 2, 3, 45 Class Officer 45 Student Council 45 Homeroom Officer 3. GUTZ, BERNARD-- HARTMAN, STEVEN--Track 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 4. HARTSHORN, GARY--Stage Crew 45 Junior Play Crew 4. HAYES, SANDRA--Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Officer 25 Newspaper Staff 2, 35 One Act Plays 25 Director 35 Chorus 25 Homeroom Officer 2. HEARD, KATHRYN--Future Teachers 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Newspaper 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 35 Pep Band 2, 35 Group Instrumental 2. HENDRICKS, OBREY--Basketball 25 Football 25 Track 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 D.E.C.A. 4. HILL, DANIEL-- HOFFMAN, JOHN--Basketball 3, 45 Manager 3, 45 Football 3, 45 Manager 3, 45 Track Manager 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 Speech 2, 3, 45 Stage Crew 35 Junior Play Crew 35 Student Council 35 Homeroom Officer 3, 4. HOLMES, JAMES--Future Teachers 35 Hi-Y 3, 45 Speech 2, 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Projectionist 45 Stage Crew 45 Junior Play Crew 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Group Instrumental 35 Band Officer 3, 45 Choir 3 . ILLUM, VERNON--Football 2, 3, 45 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Speech 45 Junior Play 35 One Act Plays 25 Choir 2, 3, 45 Boys' Glee 45 Small Vocal Group 3, 4. INNANEN, MARY--Future Teachers 35 G.R.A. 35 Speech 3, 45 Y-Teens 35 Li- brary Assistant 3, 45 Chorus 3. IVERS, HENRY--Hi-Y 45 Choir 45 Boys' Glee 45 Small Vocal Group 45 Chorus 2. JACOBS, STEPHAN-- JOHNSON, STANLEY--Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Small Instrumental 25 Group Instrumental 25 D.E.C.A. 4. JOHNSON, GALYN--Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3. JONES, VICKI--Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 3, 45 D.E.C.A. 4. JORGENSEN, KATHY--Future Teachers 3, 45 Future Nurses 3, 45 Officer 45 G.R.A. 2,3,45 Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Chorus 25 Choir 3, 4. JULIUS, STEVE--One Act Plays 25 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Instrumental Solo 35 Band Officer 2, 3, 45 Choir 2. JUHL, JANE--QTransfer Ernmetsburg 35 Dramatics 35 G.R.A. 3, 45 Speech 3, 45 Officer 45 Y-Teens 3, 45 Cheerleader 45 Office Assistant 45 Junior Play 35 Choir 3, 45 Small Vocal Group 45 Homecoming Queen Attendant 45 Homeroom Officer 3, 4. KELLER, MIKE-- KELLOGG, DENNY--CTransfer Fort Dodge 45 Future Teacher 45 Hi-Y 45 Speech 4. KILLINGSWORTH, PATRICIA--Marching Band 25 Concert Band 2. KING, STEVEN--Football 2, 3, 45 Track 25 Marching Band 25 Concert Band 2. KLEASATH, EUGENE--Football 25 Stage Crewg Junior Play 35 One Act Plays 25 Chorus 25 Homeroom Officer 2, 3. KLINZMAN, LUANN--Y-Teens 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Small Instrumental 2, 35 Group Instrumental 2, 35 Choir 3, 45 Chorus 2. KOCH, LARRY--Marching Band 3, 45 Concert Band 3, 45 Dance Band 45 Pep Band 45 Small Instrumental 3, 4. KUYPER, BARBARA--G.R.A. 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 45 Annual 4. LANDE, ST EPHEN--Football 25 Golf 2, 35 Annual Photographer 45 Newspaper 102 35 jtmior Play 35 One Act Plays 25 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Dance Band 25 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Group Instrumental 2, 3. LANGE, SHIRLEY--Future Teachers 3, 45 Speech 45 Library Assistant 3, 4. LENOX, NED--Basketball 25 Football 2,3,45 Track 25 Chorus 25 Student Council 25 I-Iomeroom Officer 2. LICI-ITENBERG, DONNA--Future Nurses 3, 45 Future Teachers 3, 45 G.R.A. 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Instrumental Solo 3. LIGHTER, BRUCE--Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Chorus 2. LITWILLER, MARLENE--Future Nurses 45 Chorus 4. LOGAN, JOHN--Football 2,35 Track 25 Future Teachers 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Speech 3, 45 Annual 45 junior' Play 35 One Act Plays 25 Director 35 Student Council 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 3, 4. LUCHT, JANETTE--Choir 3, 45 Chorus 25 D.E.C.A. 4. MACK, ANITA--Future Nurses 3,45 G.R.A. 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. MCSHANE, JERRY-- MERNIN, FRANCIS--Football 3, 4. MERNIN, LINDA--Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Cabinet 45 Newspaper 3, 45 Speech 3, 4. MILLER, VICKI--Future Nurses 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. MONSON, LYNN--Y-Teens 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Majorette 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Small Instrumental Group 25 Group Instrumental 2,35 Band Officer 2, 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 Small Vocal Group 2, 3, 45 Vocal Solo 2, 35 Homeroom Officer 3. MUELLER, MIRIAM--Future Teachers 3, 45 Officer 3, 45 G.R.A. 2, 3, 45 Of- ficer 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Speech 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 45 Group Instrumental 2, 3, 45 Instrumental Solo 2, 3, 45 Band Officer 25 Chorus 25 Choir 3, 45 Student Council2, 3, 45 Treasurer 45 Homeroom Of- ficer 2, 4. NIXON, PAULA--G.R.A. 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 35 Concert Band 25 Chorus 2, 35 Choir 4. NOURSE, MYRON--Choir 45 Chorus 2, 35 Boys' Glee 45 Small Vocal Group 4. OTTO, JACQUE--Speech 2, 35 Y-Teens 45 Library Assistant 45 Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 45 junior Play Director 35 One Act Play Director 25 Concert Band 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 35 Pep Band 2, 35 Group Instrumental 2, 35 Instrumental Solo 25 Choir 2, 3, 45 Small Vocal Group 2, 35 Vocal Solo 25 Homeroom Officer 4. PAGE, GREGORY--Basketball 3, 45 Football 35 Golf 2, 3, 4. PEPPER, PATRICIA--Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Officer 35 Newspaper Staff 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Small Instrumental 2, 35 Group Instrumental 2, 3. PEDERSON, MARLENE--Future Teachers 3, 45 Officer 35 G.R.A. 2, 3, 45 Speech 2, 35 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Newspaper Staff 2, 45 Small In- strumental 2, 3, 45 Marching Band 2, 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 45 Group Instrumental 2, 3, 45 Instrumental Solo 25 Small Vocal Group 3, 45 Vocal Solo 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 2. PETERSON, ROBERT--Chorus 2, 35 Choir 4. PONSOR, LINDA--Y-Teens 25 G.R.A. 3,4. PCTI' TS, BARB-- POTTS, CYNTHIA--Future Teachers 35 Chorus 2, 3, 4. RADDA, NANCY--G.R.A. 2, 3, 45 Speech 2, 3, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 45 Editor 45 Office Assistant 3, 45 One Act Plays 25 Student Council 35 Homeroom Officer 3, 4. RENSHAW, WILLIAM--Football 25 Speech 2. RINGGENBERG, GARALD--Choir 3, 45 Chorus 2, 35 Boys' Glee 45 Small Vocal Group 4. ROBINSON, JAMES--Basketball 2, 3, 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Homeroom officer 2. ROITH, STEVEN--I-Ii-Y 2, 3, 4. ROUNDS, KITTY--Y-Teens 2, 35 G.R.A. 25 Speech 2, 3,45 Choir 2,3, 45 Small Vocal Group 3, 4. 103 RYSTAD, RUTH--G.R.A. 2, 3,45 Officer 45 Speech 45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Officer 3, 35 Annual Editor 45 Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Small Vocal Group 2, ,4. SAMUELSON, WAYNE-- SCHAFER, BRICE--Hi-Y 3, 4. SCHOENING, ALAN-- Sl-IROLL, DAVID--Basketball 25 Football 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Speech 45 Officer 45 Student Council 2, 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 4. SEEMAN, DOUGLAS--Hi-Y 4. SELLECK, DAVID--Hi-Y 3, 4. SHAFER, JANE--Y-Teens 2, 3,45 Future Nurses 3,45 Officer 45 G.R.A. 2, 3,45 Speech 35 Newspaper Staff 2, 35 Chorus 25 Choir 45 Cheerleader 2, 45 jtmior lglaly 35 One Act Plays 25 Marching Band 25 Girls Glee 45 Homeroom Officer 2, SIEVERS, GAIL--Y-Teens 2, 3, 4. SILKMAN, MARLYS--Y-Teens 4. SLIEFERT, MAXINE--Future Nurses 3,45 G.R.A. 25 Speech 2,45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Officer 3, 45 Marching Band 25 Concert Band 25 Pep Band 25 Chorus 25 Choir 3, 4. STEEN, SHARON--G.R.A. 45 Y-Teens 25 Chorus 25 Homecoming Queen At- tendant 4. STEFFEN, MONA--Future Nurses 3, 45 Speech 25 Y-Teens 2, 35 Officer 3. STIEF, BEVERLY--G.R.A. 2, 45 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Speech 2, 35 Newspaper Staff 45 Chorus 25 Choir 3,45 D.E.C.A. 45 Officer 4. STILLE, STEVEN--Basketball 2, 3, 45 Captain 45 Football 2, 35 Track 25 I-li-Y 45 Speech 45 Homeroom Officer 2, 3. STOUT, JANETE--G.R.A. 25 Speech 3,45 junior Play 35 Twirler 2,3,45 Choir 45 Homecoming Queen Attendant 4. STRADER, SHARI--G.R.A. 2, 3, 45 Officer 35 Newspaper Staff 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff 2, 3, 45 Office Assistant 2, 3, 45 junior Play 35 Chorus 35 Choir 45 Home- room Officer 3,4. SUTTON, LOIS--Future Teachers 45 G.R.A. 2, 45 Speech 2, 45 Junior Play 35 Chorus 25 Choir 3, 45 Homeroom Officer 2. SWANSON, JOANNE--G.R.A. 45 Speech 25 Y-Teens 2, 3, 45 Officer 3,45 Li- brary Assistant 2, 3, 45 junior Play 35 One Act Plays 25 Chorus 25 Choir 3, 45 Class Officer 2, 45 Student Council 35 Homeroom Officer 3. THAYER, CONNIE-- THOMPSON, SHIRLEY--Future Nurses 45 G.R.A. 2, 45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Cho- rus 35 Choir 4. - TYMESON, JAMES--Basketball -25 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Hi-Y 2, 3, 45 Of- ficer 45 Choir 2, 3, 45 Chorus 25 Boys' Glee 45 Class Officer 25 Student Coun- cil 2. TYMESON, ROBERT--Basketball 25 Football 3, 45 Golf 2, 35 I-li-Y 2, 3, 45 Choir 3,45 Officer 45 Chorus 25 Class Officer 2. WEATHERLY, BARBARA--Dramatics 2, 3, 45 G.R.A. 2, 3, 45 Speech 2, 3, 45 Library Assistant 35 junior Play 35 One Act Plays 25 Marching Band 25 Con- cert Band 25 Pep Band 25 Choir 2, 3, 45 Small Vocal Group 2, 3, 4. WETHERELL, DENNIS-- WOLF, GLEN FRED--Basketball 25 Football 2, 35 Track 2, 35 Chorus 2. 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