Stoughton High School - Yahara Yearbook (Stoughton, WI)

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die at on Our 1961 Yahara staff is proud to dedicate this yearbook to a wonderful woman who is a valued friend to each and every student. Miss Dorthea Elliker is community nurse, school nurse, and advisor to the Future Nurses of America. Her friendly manner and sincere, genuine interest in each student has encouraged many to seek her competent advice Thus, we, of the 1961 Stoughton High School Graduating Class, consider it our great privilege to dedicate this yearbook to Miss Dorthea Elliker.FORWARD «v ... -v , We of the Yohora staff, hope that this yearbook will bring back plsosawt memories of our school yeors. It hot been our objective to produce for you, the students - os well o for our faculty members and fellow townspeople - o book which will be cherished for yeors to come. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I We would like to express our deep gratitude to oil those who have made the production of this yearbook possible - Mrs. Dorothy Urish, our wonderful advisor; Mr. Art Wendt, our hard-working photographer; and Mr- and Mrs. Horry Miedema, Jr., who gave generously of their time helping us prepare the book for print. Last, but not leost, we wish to thank the Administration, Faculty, I and Business Office, for the kindness, and cooperation shown to us this past year.XMR. QUALE b o a r d MRS. THOMPSON s c h 0 0 I We Salute Our MR. ASLESON MR. HALVERSON, MR. FRAZIER, DR. RUDE, DR. PETERSON, MR. GODLESKI MRS. H. SUNDBYMR. JOE BUCKSTEAD “I ain’t just a whistling Dixie.” - Economics, Government, U.S. History, B.S. South Dakota State University, M. Ed. South Dakota State University. MRS. JEANETTE CARPENTER “Books are a girl’s best friend.” English, B.A. Luther College. MISS DORTHEA ELLIKER “Now, just what seems to be the matter?” - Registered Nurse. MR. ELDON EVERETTS “Prepare today for tomorrow.” Industrial Arts, B.S., M.S. Stout State College. Faithful Faculty MR. FRED ANDERSON “Have wrestling team, will wrestle.” - Psychology, Physical Education, Athletic director, B.S., M.A. University of Wisconsin. MISS MABEL ANDERSON “I still don’t understand that.” Business Education B. Ed. White-water State College, Ph. M. University of Wisconsin. MR. CHESTER AUSTINSON “Plan Ahead!” Guidance Director, B.S. University of Minnesota. MRS. DORIS BARRY “Type typist.” Typing, B. Ed. Whitewater State College. MR. THOMAS BRAM-SCHRIEBER “Lo and Behold.” Biology, B.S. University of Wisconsin. MRS. JEANNETTE BREWSTER “Get ready, get set, go!” Business Education, B. Ed. White-water State College.MRS. NORMA EVERETTS “Girls, read your recipes carefully.' Homemaking, B.S. Stout State College. MR. D. LOUIS FINSANI) "Today.” Physical Science, Math-matics, B.S. LaCrosse State College. MR. WILLIAM GIBBON “He’s quiet, but tactful.” General Education, Citizenship, B. Ed. Platteville State College, M.S. University of Wisconsin. MRS. LORRAINE HAVVK1N SON “Be quiet in the library.” Librarian, Library Science, White-water State College. MISS JOAN HOARD - i’ll try anything once.” English, Speech, B.S. Eau Claire State College. MR. DAVID E. HOCHTRITT “Never say you don’t know.., look it up!” World History, Phy. Education, B.A. Colorado State College, M.S. University of Wisconsin. MR. BRADLEY HUBING -"The bell hasn’t rung yet.” - Industrial Arts, B.S. Stout State College. MRS. JILL HUNTLEY - “Use the Index.” - Librarian, B.S. Northern Illinois University. MR. PHILLIP H. JUPP - "Humility is a prerequisite to learning.” - Chemistry, Physics, B.S. University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. MR. WILLIAM KOENIG -“Be prepared, people.” - Mathematics. M.S. University of Wisconsin.MR. GILBERT KRUEGER -“Where’s your excuse?” - Attendance director, Athletic director, B.A. Marquette University. MRS. PAULINE LANGS-DORF - “Take that gum out of your mouth.” - Art B.E. University of Wisconsin. MR. BRUCE LEONARD -“That would be a big waste.” - Industrial Arts, M.S. Stout State College. MRS. THERESA MALDONADO - “When I say quiet, I mean it.” - Mathematics, Biology, B.S. University of Wisconsin. MR. LARRY MARSHALL -“At least hit the backboard.” - Social Studies, B.B.S. Coach, B. S. Platteville State College. M R. WALTER NETTER-BLAD - "Chew gum before 8 and after 4." - Printing, Stout State College. MRS. PHYLLIS NOREM -“Use courtesy and common sense.” English, B.A. Simpson College. MR. KENNETH PETH - “I'll postpone the test till tomorrow.” -Social Studies, Athletic director, B.S. LaCrosse State College. MR. GEORGE PICHOTTA-“All right class.” - General science, B.S. North Central College. MRS. KATHRYN PICHOT- TA - “Habla en Espanol.” - Spanish, B.S. North Central College. MISS MARGARET PIKE -“Park that gum behind your ears.” B. Ed. M.S. University of Wisconsin. MISS JEANNE REEK - “I’ll do it if it kills me.” - Physical Education, B.S. LaCrosse State College, M.S. University of Wisconsin.MR. RODGER ROLOFF - “If you don’t need this study period..” U. S. History, Audiovisual, B. S. LaOosse State College. MR. JOHN SM1LLIF. - “It’s a hov.’’ - Industrial arts, R. S. Platteville State College. MR. PRYOR 1. SMITH - "Dismissed.” - Mathematics, B.A. Park College, M.S. University of Wisconsin. MRS. RETA SMITH - “Make a note of that.” - English, B.S. Northern Illinois University, M.A. University of Illinois. MR. MORRIS STREICH -“Hit that first note or else.” - Instrumental Music, B.B.A., M.S. University of Wisconsin. MRS. MARY SULLIVAN -“That’s no excuse.” - Homemaking, B.S. University of Wisconsin. MRS. MARCIA SWENSON -“Girls, quit that giggling.” Homemaking, B.S. Stout State College. MRS. DOROTHY URISH - "There’s going to be a change in seating arrangements.” English, P Ed. Illinois State Normal. MRS. JEANINE BUCK-STEAD - English, B.S. South Dakota State. MRS. DONNA UTTER “Got the beat?” - Vocal Music, B.S. University of Wisconsin. MR. ALTON WEBER - “O.K. boys, let’s get to work.” - Agriculture, B.S. University’ of Wisconsin. MRS. MARITA WEDEWARD “Three languages are better than one." - Latin, German, English, B.S. University of Wisconsin.Ethel Fredenberg Dorothy Norum Mrs. Velma Sanders; Mrs. Gertrude Frei Mrs. Alice Biddick; Mrs. Christie Lyon Walter Bohlman; Howard Haugen; Howard A meson Bernard Beske SBI Borgny Hodges Sylvia Johnson Harley J. Holt Business Manager Seated: Milo Bickley, Pete Halverson, George McFarland Standing: Doug Bickley, Ken Finder, Clarence Hoffman Emil DahlOUR SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President - O. Paul Elvekxog Vice-President - P. Stephen Christenson Secretary - Marlene Havey Treasurer - Sharon Emerson MARILYN K. "Sweet as pple Cid F.H.A. — 2; Librarians' Club — 3, 4; G.A.A — 1,2: Freshmen Forum — 1. DAVID D. ALLEN "Bidin' My Time" . . . F.F.A. — 2, 3, 4; Intramurals — 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. DONALD M. ALSHOUSE "I Don't Hare To Worry No More" . . . Transferred 3: F-F. A. — 3, 4. EAN S. AMBLE "Little Dream Girl" . . . Class Secretary 1: Philomelhia — 3. 4: President 4; F-TJV. — 2. 3, 4: G.AJV. — 1. 2, 3, 4; Vice-President (noon) 4; Snowball Court — 2: Homecoming Court — 4; National Honor Society — 3 A: Freshmen Forum — 1. RONALD £ ANDERSON 'Transfusion" . . . Yshare — 3. 4; Band — 1: Science Club — 1. 4: Rifle Club — 2. 3; Ushers' Club — 3; Football — 1; Track — 1; Manager; Freshmen Forum — 1. GREGORY D. ARMSTRONG 'Siltin' On Top Of The World" — . , Class Officer — 1; Vice-President; Student Council — 2, 3, 4; Vice-President, 3; President, 4; "S" Club — 3, 4; Sportsman's Club — 2; Sketching Club — 4; Football — 1, 2, 3, 4; Track — 1, 2, 3; Wrestling— 1, 2, 3; Freshmen Forum — 1.RODNEY G. BJORDAHL "Doin' What Comes Naturally" . • • Sportsman's Club — 2, 3, 4; Ushers' Club — 2; Wrestling — 1; Freshmen Forum — 1. GAYLE BOERSMA "Come Dance With Me" . . . Yahara — 1, 2, 3, 4; Philo mathia — 3, 4; Band — 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. — 2, 3, 4; Vice-President, 3; G.A.A. 1, 2. 3, 4; Majorettes — 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. TERRY BOSTRACK "Only Trees Grow Tall" . . . "S" Club — 2, 3, 4; Sportsman's Club — 2, 3, 4; Vice-President — 4; Football — 2; Basketball — 1, 2, 3; Baseball — 1, 3. 4; Golf — 2; Intramural — 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. GERALD BOWEN "I'm Movin' On" . . . Sportsman's Club — 3, 4; Rifle Club — 2; Freshman Forum ■— 1. DAVID BRONTE "Loyalty" . . . Youth Council — 3; "S" Club — 4; Sportsman's Club — 2; Football — 2; Basketball — 2, 3, 4; Intramurals — 1, 2. 3; Audio Visual — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. BYRON D. BROWN "Don't Fence Me In" . • Transferred — 3; Football — 3, 4; Basketball — 3, 4; Baseball — 3, 4; "S" Club — 4- STEWART L. BROWN "Shy Boy?" . . . Rifle Club — 2; Science Club — 3, 4; Trans-fered — 2. SANDRA J. BUNNELL "Norwegian Polka" . • . Class Secretary — 2; Parrot — 1. 2, 3; Student Council — 3; Phil-omathia — 3, 4; Band — 1; Norwegian Dancers — L 2. 3, 4; Librarians' Club — 1; Dramatics — 2; Forensics — 3; G. A.A. — 1, 2. 3; Cheerleader — 2. 3, 4; Snowball Court — 1; Homecoming Court — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. JEAN BUNTING "She Shall Have Music" . . . Parrot — 1; Student Council — 4; Youth Council — 3; Band — 1, 2. 3, 4; Majorette — L 2. 3, 4; Head; A'Cappeila — 3, 4; F.T. A. — 4; Dramatics — 2; G.A.A. — 1 2, 3, 4; B-Team Cheerleader — 2; Freshmen Forum —1. KATHLEEN BYRNE "I Only Have One Lifetime" . . . Transferred — 1; F.F-A. — Z 3, 4; Secretary — 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1.MARION C. CHRISTENSON "Ain't Misbehavin'' . • • Ya-hara — 1; Parrot — 1, Band — 1; F.N.A_2, 3, 4; G.A.A. — 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. PAUL S. CHRISTENSON "Watching all the girls go by" . . . Class Officer — 4; Vice-President; "S" Club — 4; Band — 1, 2. 3, 4; Norwegian Dancers — 3, 4; Science Club — 2, 3. 4; Vice-President — 4; Forensics — 2. 3, 4; Football — 1, 2 3, 4; Track — 3; Golf — I, 2, 4; One Act Plays — 3; Intramurals — 1, 2, 3. 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. LINDA E. CARLBERG "Stay As Sweet As You Are" . . . Yahara — 4; Parrot — 2,3, 4; Feature Editor — 4; Philo-mathia — 3, 4; A'Cappella — 3; F.N.A. — 2, 3, 4; G. A. A. — 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. THOMAS G. CHAYKA "Smart and Continental" . . . Student Council — 2, 3; Treasurer — 2; Band — 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President — 4; Science Club — 2, 3, 4; Vice-President — 3; President — 4; Golf — 1, 2, 3, 4; One Act Plays — 3; National Honor Society — 3, 4; Dance Band — 3, 4; Spade — 3; Prom Court — 3; Badger Boys state — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. ROBERT R. CHRISTENSEN "Don't Get Around Much Any More" . . . Band 1, 2. 3. 4; Sportsman's Club 3, 4; Model Club 2; Freshmen Forum — 1. PAUL G CHRISTOPHER "To Each his Own" . • . Sportsman's Club — 3, 4; Model Club — 2; Football — 2; Track — 2, 3; Tennis — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. LYLE I. CHRISTOPHERSON "It ain't Necessarily So" . . . Youth Council — 3; Band — 1, 2, 3, 4; A'Cappella — 3, 4; Science Club — 4; Nature Club — 2; Secretary — Treasurer — 2; Golf — 2, 3, 4; One Act Plays — 3; Intramurals — 1 2, 3, 4; Dance Band — 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. RICHARD D. CORNELL 'Wild Side of Life" . . . Youth Council — 3, 4; Sportsman's Club — 2; Football — 2; Intramurals — 1; Freshmen Forum — 1. PAUL V. CHRISTENSON "Smooth Man" . . . Youth Council — 3, 4; Band — 1, 2, 3; A'Cappella — 2, 3, 4; Nature Club — 2, President — 2; Football — 1; Track — 1, 2: Wrestling — 3, 4; Intramurals — 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis — 3. 4; One Act Plays — 3; Freshmen Fon»-— 1. LA VERNE O. CHRISTIANSO.. "Answer to a Maiden's Prayer" . . . Youth Council — 3; Ushers Club — 2; Football — 1, 3; Wrestling — 3; Intramurals L 2, 3; Freshmen Forum — 1; Rifle Club — 4;DAVID CRARY "Take Me to Your Leader" . . . F.F.A. — 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. NANCY DALEY "Little Darling" . . . Philoma-thia — 3, 4; Historian — 4; Art Club — 2. 3. 4; Secretary — 4. JOYCE A. ELLIKER "Angel Eyes" . . . Band — 1,2, 3, 4; G.AJV. — 3,4; Dance Band — 3, 4; Math Club — 3; Freshman Forum — 1. JOSEPH ELLIOTT "New In Town" . . . Transfer — 4; Sportsman's Club — 4. ORLAND PAUL ELVEKROG "Man of Perfection" . . . Class President — 4; Youth Council — 3, 4; Sportsman's Club — 2; "S" Club — 3, 4; Vice-President — 4; Wrestling — 1, 2. 3, 4; Co-Captain — 4; Football — 1, 2; Baseball — 2, 3. 4; Track — 1; Intramurals — 1, 2. 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. SHARON A. EMERSON "You Must Be An Angel" . . . Class Treasurer — 4; Yahara — 4; Philomathia — 3, 4; Publicity Agent — 3;F.T.A. — 2, 3, 4; Treasurer — 4; Forensics — 4; Junior Red Cross — 4; G.A.A. — 1, 2. 3, 4; National Honor Society — 3, 4: Freshman Forum — 1. RICHARD H. ERDAHL "Rome Wasn't Built In a Day" . . . FJF.A. — 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Forum — 1. RICHARD A. EVERSON "I Forgot to Remember to Forget". . . Science Club — 3; Aviation Club — 2; Model Club — 2; Industrial Arts Club — 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. ROSE M. EVERSON "Wild Irish Rose" . . . FJHJL — 2, 3; Librarians' Club — 4: Freshmen Forum — 1. JOHN FINCH "Devil or Angel" . . . F.F.A — L 2, 3, 4; Rifle Club — 1: Freshmen Forum — 1.DONNA F. GJERMO "Count Your Blessings" . . Class Officer — 3; Secretary Parrot — 1, 2. 3. 4; Feature Editor — 4; Philomathia — 3, 4; Treasurer — 3; Band — 1, 2, 3 4; Secretary — 4; F.TJL — 2, 3; Treasurer — 3; Forensics — 2 3; G.AJL — 1, 2 3, 4; Treasurer — 3; President — 4; Freshmen Chorus — 1; Spoon — 3; National Honor Society — 3, 4; Prom Court — 3; Youth Council — 4; Norwegian Dancers — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. GEROLD F GOECKS "A Guy Is a Guy" . . F.FA. — 2, 3, 4; Intramurals — 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. STEPHEN A. FOYE "There'll Never Be Another You" . • . Aviation Club — 2; Industrial Arts Club — 3; Audio Visual — 4; Transfer — 2. LEROY FURSETH "All American Boy" . . . Prom King — 3; "S" Club 2, 3, 4; President — 4; Athletic Board — 3; Sportsman's Club — 3; Art Club — 4; Football — 1. 2. 4; Baseball — 1, 3, 4; Intramural — 2. 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. JANICE L GIDDLEY "Diary of a High School Bride" . . . F.H.A. — 4; Transfer — 4. ANTHONY N. GULLICKSON "I Don't Want To Set the World on Fire" . . . Yahara — 3, 4; Photographer — 3, 4; "S" Club — 4; Rifle Club — 2. 3, 4; President — 3; Secretary — 4; Track — 2; Intramurals — 3; Athletic Photographer — 2. 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. CLAUDE E. GUNSOLUS "It's Not For Me To Say" . . . Nature Club — 2; Ushers Club — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. JEROME E. GUNSOLUS "After Graduation Day" . . . Nature Club — 2; Industrial Arts Club — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. IRENE K GRYTTENHOLM "Pineapple Princess" . . . Prom Queen — 3; Yahara — 4; Parrot — 2, 3, 4; Athletic Board —2; Youth Council — 2. 3, 4; Treasurer — 3; Band — 1; A' Cappella — 3, 4; Librarians' Club — 4; Forensics — 1, 2; G-AJL — 1 2. 3, 4; Vice President — 4; B-Team Cheerleader — 1, 2; Freshmen Forum — 1. EILEEN L GULBRANSON "Among My Souvenirs" . . . Band — 1. 2. 3, 4; F-N.A. — 4. Art Club — 2, 3; G.A.A. — 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Forum — 1.JAMES E. HALVORSON "I Ain't Got a Worry in the World" . . . Football — It Intramurals — 1. 2, 3, 4; Sportsman's Club — 1, 2, 3, 4: Fresh, men Forum — 1. KEITH R. HANSON "Happy Bachelor" • . . Yahara —1, 2, 3, 4: Parrot — 1 2, 3; "S" Club — 2. 3; Band — 1, 2; Science Club — 2, 3, 4; Sportsman's Club — 1; Basketball — 1, 2. 3. 4: Baseball — 1. 2, 3 4; One Act Plays — 1, 2; Intramurals — 1, 2, 3, 4: Audio Visual — 4; Freshman Forum — 1. PATRICIA A. HANSON "Diamonds Are A Girls Best Friend" . . . Band — 1. 2, 3, 4; Librarians' Club — 1; Art Club — 2. 3, 4; Treasurer—4: G-A-A. — 13, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. GLORIANN HARTWIG "With A Song In My Heart" ... A' Cappella — 3, 4; FJLA. — 4; Librarians' Club — 3; Junior Sextet — 3; Senior Sextet — 4; Transfer — 3. JO ANN HASZ "Just a Dream" . . . Yahara — 4; Youth Council — 2; Phllo-malhia — 3. 4; Secretary — 4; Band — 1, 2, 3: Sketching Club — 3 4; G.A.A. — 1, 2, 3, 4: Freshmen Forum — 1. MARLENE HAVEY " Beautiful Brown Eyes" . . . Class Officer — 4: Secretary — 4: Youth Council — 4: Philo-mathia — 3. 4; Band — 1. A' Cappella — 3; Norwegian Dan- cer — 4; F.T.A. — 3: F.N.A. — 2; G.A.A. — 1. 2. 3, 4: Freshmen Forum — 1. DENNIS L. HAWKINSON "Pennies From Heaven" . . . Science Club — 3. 4: Rifle Club — 2; Baseball — 1. 2, .3; Golf — 4; Forensics — 4: Freshmen Forum — 1. LE ROY B. HEITKE "I Didn't Slip, I Wasn't Pushed, I Fell" ... Art Club — 4; Industrial Arts Club — 3; Model Club — 2; Freshmen Forum — 1; (Not Pictured) FREDERICK A. HENDERSON "A Guy With a Million Dreams" ... Class Officer — 3; President 3; Yahara — 1; "S" Club — 2. 3. 4; Band — 1; A'-Cappella — 4; Vice-president — 4; Sportsman's Club — 1. 2, 3,4; Football — 1, 2. 3, 4; Basketball — 1, 2, 3. 4; Golf — 1. 2, 3, 4: Intramurals — 1, 2, 3, 4; One Act Plays — 2; Freshmen Forum — 1; Prom Court — 3. GENE HENRY "Life Begins at 4 O'clock" . . . Athletic Board — 4: "S" Club — 3, 4; Secretary-Treasurer — 4; Sportman's Club — 3; Aviation Club — 2; Audio Visual Club — 4; Foolall — 1, 2. 3, 4; Track — 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling — 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain — 4: Intramurals — 2, 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. BARBARA A. HOFFMAN "My Hearts Desire" . . . FJLA. — 2, 4; Sketching Club — 3; G-A.A. — 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Forum — 1.EVERETT A. HOOKS "Do I Worry?" . . . F.F.A. _ 2, 3. 4; Reporter — 3; President — 4: Wrestling — 1; Intramural —I. DAVID H. HOVERSON "Devil In His Own Home Town". . . Band — 1; Sportsman's Club — 1, 2, 3, 4; President — 4; Football — 1, 2; Basketball — 1, 2: Freshmen Forum — 1. MARGIE HOFFMAN "My Happiness" . . . Philo-mathia — 3; A' Cappella — 3; F.T.A. — 2, 3, 4; Transfer — 2. HARLEY HOLT "Why Can't I Behave" . . . Sportsmen's Club — 4; Transfer — 4. RAYMOND L. HOLTAN "Hoop Dee Do" . . . F.F.A. — 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. BEVERLY JOHNSON "It's A Sin to Tell a Lie" . . . Librarian's Club — 4; Transferred — 4. CAROLE L. JOHNSON "Next Slop Paradise" . . . Ya-hara — 4; Youth Council — 4; Philomaihia — 3, 4; F.T.A. — 2, 3: G.A.A. — 2, 3. 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. DAN L JOHNSON "Danny Boy" . . . Sportsman's Club — 3; Model Club — 2; Art Club — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. CAROL A. HUMBERG "Happy Times" . . .Parrot — 4; F.N.A. — 4; Art Club — 2. 3; G.A.A. — 1, 2. 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. JAMES HURST "Not As A Stranger" . . . Art Club — 4; Transfered — 4.—JUDY JOHNSON "Hey Little Girl" . . • Parrot — 3, 4; Circulation Manager — 4; F.H.A. — 2, 3, 4; GJLA. — 3. 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. RONALD JOHNSON "I Can't Stay Home Again Tonight" . . . Sportsman's Club — 3, 4; Model Club — 2; Football Manager — 1, 2; Wrestling Manager — 1; Intramurals — L 2, 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. FAYE T. KALLAND "Did You Ever See A Dream Walking" . . . Yahara — 4; Philomathia — 3, 4; Publiciiy — 4; A' Cappella — 2, 3, 4; President — 4; Dramatics — 2; Forensics — 2. 3; G.A-A. — 1, 2. 3, 4; Snowball Court — 4; Youth Council — 3, 4; Fresh — men Chorus — 1; Freshmen Forum — 1. JAMES KANVIK "Mir. Touchdown S.H.S. . . . Athletic Board — L 4; Vice-president — 4; "S" Club — 2, 3, 4; Norwegian Dancers — 2. 3, 4; Sportsman's Club — L 3; Sketching Club — 4; Football — 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-captain 4; Basketball — L 2. 3, 4; Track — 1. 2, 3, 4; Intramurals — 2, 3; Badger Boys Slate — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. PATRICIA A. KELLEY "Heaven's Earth Angel" . . . Yahara — 2. 3, 4; Faculty and Administration Editor — 3; Senior Editor — 4; Senior Memories Editor — 4; Parrot — 1, 2. 3; F.N.A. — 2. 3, 4: Freshmen Chorus — 1; Freshmen Forum — 1. KAREN KETCHUM "Sweeter Than You" . . . A'-Cappella — 2, 3, 4; F.N.A. — 2. 3. 4; G.A.A. — 4; Philomathia — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. DUWAYNE KITTLESON "All I Have To Do Is Dream" . . . FJF.A. — 2. 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. RICHARD KLEIBOER "Bumming Around" . . . Sport-man's Club — 3, 4; Nature Club — 2; Freshmen Forum — 1. ARNOLD KLEVEN "Sunday Driving" ... F.F.A. — L 2, 3, 4; Vice-President — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1; Wrestling — 1 2. 3, 4. JANE KLINEFELTER "It's A Woman's World" . . . Class Officex— 2; Secretary — 2; Yahara — 3, 4; Parrot — 2, 3, 4; News Editor — 4; Student Council — 4; Youth Council — 4; Philomathia — 2, 4; A'-Cappella — 3, 4; Norwegian Dancers — 3, 4; F.T.A. — 2. 3; Vice-president — 3; Forensics — 2, 3, 4; GAA. — 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary — 3; Cheerleader — 4; Prom Court — 3; Freshmen Chorus — 1; National Honor Society — 3, 4; Badger Girl's State — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1.VIRGINIA LOUISE LINLEY "My Fair Lady" . . .Yahara — 4; Parrot — 4; F.H.A. — 3; F. N.A. — 2, 4: G.A.A. 1, 2. 3. 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. DIANE MAERZ "Wedding Bells" . . . F.H.A. 2, 3, 4: Freshmen Forum — 1. JOAN MARIE MATTISON "Memories Are Made of This" . . . Class Treasurer — 3; Yahara — 1, 2, 3, 4: Parrot — 1, 2, 3, 4; Youth Council — 3, 4; Band — 1, 2; A'Cappella — 2, 3; Librarians Club — 1; Dramatics — 2: Forensias — 2, 3. 4; G. A.A 1, 2. 3, 4; One Act Plays — 2; Snowball Court — 3; Prom Court — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1; Philomathia — 4. JAMES KNAAK "The High and The Mighty . . . Football — 1; Track — 1.2.3.4; Wrestling — 1, 2; One Act Plays — 1. 3, 4; Intramurals — 1,2; Class Officer — 2; President; "S" Club — 2. 3. 4; Norwegian Dancing — 3, 4; Forensics — 4; Sportman's Club, Secretary — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. MARILYN LANCE "Let Your Conscience Be Your Guide" , . . Yahara — 1, 2, 3,4; Feature Editor — 4; Band — 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary — 3; F.T.A. — 4; Dramatics — 2, 3; Forensics — 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. — 1, 2, 3; 4; Prom Court — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. RALPH LATHROP "It Was Nice Knowing You" • . , F.F.A. — 2, 3, 4; Intramurals — 2, Freshmen Forum — 1. CAROLYN A. KRAUS "The Object of Our Affection" . . . Parrot — 3, 4; Art Editor — 4; Youth Council — 3, 4; G.A.A. — 3, 4; Transfer — 3, RICHARD A. KVALHEIM "I Knew It All The Time" , . . Science Club 2, 3, 4; Student Council — 4; Band — 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf — 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. JANET LAWRENCE "Ain't She Sweet" .. Art Club — 2; GJU. — 1.2,4; F.NA. — 3, 4; Parrot — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. CHARLES LEARNED "You Better Believe It" . . . Nature Club — 2, 4; Youth Council — 3; Intramurals —-1, 3, 4; Track — 1; Freshmen Forum — 1.MARY ANN Me FARLAND "A Little Bird Told Me" . . . A'Cappella — 2, 3, 4; Musical Productions — 2, Freshmen Forum — 1; Librarian's Club — 3. 4; Secretary — 4. BONNIE MEYR "Queen of All the Girls" . . . Homecoming Queen — 4; Parrot — 4; Youth Council — 3, 4; Dramatics — 2; Forensics — 4; G.A.A. — 2, 3, 4; Transfered — 2. DAVID M. MIDTHUN "This is the Life For Me" . . . Rifle Club — 2: Art Club — 2. 3; Intramurals — 2; Audio visual — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. KAREN A. MIKKELSON "As Long as I Can Dream" . . . F.H.A. — 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. — 2; Freshmen Forum — 1. ROBERT E MILLER "Great Great Thinker" . . . Science Club — 3. 4; Nature Club — 2: Junior Red Cross — 3: Freshmen Forum — 1. ANN E. MINDRUM "A You're Adorable" . . . Parrot — 1. 2, 3; Student Council — 4; Band — 1. 2, A' Cappella — 2. 3. 4; F.TA_2. 3, 4: B- Team Cheerleader — 1. 2; One Act Play — 2: Junior Sextet — 3; GJLA. — 1, 2. 3. 4. JUDITH A MOFFITT "School .Girl" . . . F.H-A. —2. 3; Librarian's Club — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. HELEN M. MORRISON "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" (Where's the Peroxide) . . . Yahara — 4: Youth Council — 2. 3. 4; Band — 1; A' Cappella — 3, 4; Librarian's Club — 1; Philomalhia — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. CHARLES MULCAHY "I Ain't Never" . . . Youth Council — 4; F.FJL — 3; Forensics — 3; Transfered — 3. RICHARD G. MYHRE "Where There's A Will There's A Way" . . . Youth Council — 3; Rifle Club — 4; Model Club — 2; Intramurals 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1.KRISTEN E. NORDHOLM "Locomotive, Let Her Go" . . . Yahara — L 2, 3, 4; Parrot — 1 4; Band — 1, 2, 3, 4; A'Cap-pella — 2, 3, 4; F.T.A. — 3, 4; Dramatics — 2; Forensics — 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. — 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader — 1, 2, 3, 4; Head Cheerleader — 4; One Act Plays — 2; Freshmen Forum — 1. BETTY A. OFFERDAHL "Don't Let The Stars Get In Your Eyes" . . . Snowball Queen — 3; B-Team Cheerlead- er — 1, 2; Head Cheerleader — 2; Band — 1, 2, 3, 4; B-Band Majorette — 2; A-Band Majorette — 3, 4; Parrot — 1, 2, 3, 4; Youth Council — 3 ,4; G.A.A. — 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. DOUGLAS NEATH "Gotta Travel On" . . . Art Club — 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. GERALD A. NELSON "You Shouldn't Do That!" . . . Sportman's Club — 2, 3, 4; Treasurer — 4; Football — 2; Intramurals — L 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. GERALD M. NELSON "Their Hearts Are Full Of Spring" . . . F.F.A. — 1, 2, 3, 4; Football — 1; Wrestling -1, 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. DONNA R. OLSON "Now And For Always" A'Cappella — 3; F.H.A. — 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. HOWARD W OLSON "There's Nothing Like A Dame" . . . Sportsman's Club — 3; Rifle Club — 2; Nature Club — 4; Vice President — 4; Wrestling — 1, 2, 3; Intramurals — 1, 2; Freshmen Forum — 1. JAMES E. OLSON "This Reckless Age" . . . Parrot — 1; Usher's Club — L 2; President — 2; Art Club — 3; Baseball — 2; Wrestling — 1; One Act Plays — 2; Intra-murals — I, 2; Industrial Arts Club — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. DENNIS W. OFFERDAHL "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow" . . . "S" Club — 4; Sportsman's Club — 2; Rifle Club — 4; Football — 2; Baseball Manager — 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. GAIL L. OLSEN "The Things They Don't Teach You In School" . . . Yahara — 2, 3, 4; Art Editor — 4; Parrot — 4; Art Editor — 4; Philomathia — 3, 4; A'Cappella — 3, 4; Junior Red Cross — 3, 4; Art Club — 2, 3, 4; President — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1.DOUGLAS E. PETERSON "Girl is You and Boy is Me" . . • Class Vice-President — 3; Youth Council — 3, 4; "S" Club — 1, 2, 3, 4; Football — 1, 2s 3; Basketball — 1, 2t 3, 4; Tennis — 1, 2. 3, 4; Intramurals — 1, 2, 3, 4; One Act Plays — 2; Prom Court — 3; Hobo King — 1; Snowball King — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. NAOMI R. QUAM "Thank Heaven For Little Girls" . . . Yahara — 2, 3, 4; EdIlor-in-Chief — 4; Parrot — L 2, 3;Youth Council — 2, 3, 4; Secretary — 3; President — 4; Band — 1, 2. 3. 4; President — 4; A' Cappella — 2. 3, 4; Forensics — 2. 3, 4; G.AA. — L 2s 3; One Act Plays — 2. 4; Freshmen Chorus — 1: Dance Band — 3, 4; Jr. Sextet — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1; Pep Band Director — 4. LAURITZ J. QUAMME "Teacher Don't Keep Me In" . . . "S" Club — 4; Rifle Club — 2, 3; Treasurer — 3; Art Club — 4; Football — 1, 2t 3, 4; Track — 2e 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1; Snowball Court — 4. BETTY J. REESE "You're An Angel" . . . Class Treasurer — 1; Parrot — 1; Youth Council — 2t 3, 4; Band — I, 2e 3, 4; Treasurer — 4? G.A.A. — 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. LOIS M. RINDEN "Hey There" . . . Philomathia — 3, 4; F.T.A. — 2; F.N.A. — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1; Art Club — 3: G.A.A. — 1, 3. JEAN M. ROBERTSON "Look Out Woman Drivers" ... Parrot — 2. 3s 4; Feature Editor — 4; Philomathia — 3, 4: Historian — 3; Vice-President — 4; Band — 1, 2, 3, 4; F.TJL — 2, 3s 4; President — 4; Junior Red Cross — 3, 4; President — 3; Vice-President — 4; GA.A. — Is 2, 3t 4; President (noon) — 4; One Act Plays — 1; Spanish Club — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. MAY ELLEN SCHAAL 'Talk of the Town" . . . Yahara — 2s 3s 4; Parrot — 2. 3, 4; Youth Council — 4; A'Cappella —2s 3; Librarian — 3; F.HJL — 3; Dramatics — 2; Forensics — 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1; Junior Red Cross — 2; G.A.A. — Is 2, 3. 4; One Act Plays — 2; Prom Court 3. LINDA M. OLSON "Little People Do Big Things" . . . F.N.A. — 4; Art Club — 2s 3; G. A. A. — I, 2, 3. 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. ANN M. OWEN "Just Between Friends" . . . Parrot — 2. 4; Band — 1; F. H.A. 3, 4; Dramatics — 2; G. A.A. — 1, 2. 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. DENNIS H. PETERSON "Good Things Come To Those Who Wait" . . . Sportsman's Club — 4; Rifle Club — 3; Model Club — 2; Freshmen Forum — 1. CORRINE A. SCHMIDT "To Know Her is To Love Her" . . . Yahara — 4; Parrot — 4; A'Cappella — 4: F.H.A. — 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. — 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. DONALD G SCHMIDT "Summertime's Commin' "... F.F-A. — 1, 2, 3. 4: Intramurals — 1, 2, 3, 4: Freshmen Forum — 1. JAMES M. SEAMONSON "Lets Dance" . . . "S" Club — 4; A'Cappella — 2, 3. 4; Sportsman's Club — 2, 3, 4; Football — 1. 2, 3, 4; Baseball — 3: Track — 1, 2; Intramurals — 1, 2; Freshmen Forum — 1. ROGER E. SEFFENS "I'm Leavin' My Troubles Behind" . . . Freshmen Forum — 1; Rifle Club — 2, 3. 4: Treasurer — 2: Vice-President — 3: Ushers Club — 3; Wrestling — 2. 3. DENNIS L. SCHMUDLACH "Ain't We Got Fun" . . . F.F.A. — 2; Industrial Arts — 4; Sportsman's Club — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. RUSSELL H. SKJOLAAS "After Graduation Day" . . . F.F.A. — 2, 3. 4: Freshmen Forum — 1. STEPHEN SLADE "Ask Me Anything" ... Science Club — 2, 3. 4; Golf — 1. 2. 3; Tennis — 3, 4; One Act Plays — 2; Intramurals — 1, 2, 3, 4: One Act Plays — 2, 3: Freshmen Forum — 1. STEPHEN R. SLINDE "I've got the World on a String" . . . Athletic Board — 4; President —4; "S" Club — 2, 3, 4; Science Club — 3; Art Club — 4; Football — 1, 2, 3, 4; Co-captain — 4; Basketball — 1. 2, 3, 4; Captain — 4; Baseball — 1, 2, 3. 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. ROBERT L SKAVLEN "Shy Guy" . . . Sporiman's Club — 3. 4; Model Club — 2; Football — 1; Freshmen Forum — 1. ALLAN E. SKINNER "I Believe in Myself" . . . "S" Club — 2. 3, 4; Band — 1. 2, 3, 4; Science Club — 3: Golf — 1, 2. 3, 4; One Act Plays — 1, 2: Dance Band — 4; Badger Boys' State — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1.BRUCE N. SMITH "You Can't Make Money Dreaming" . . . Aviation Club — 2: Math Club — 3; Science Club — 4; Intramurals — 4: Freshmen Forum — 1. STEVEN R. SMITH "Riot in Cell Block No. 9" . . . Sportsman's Club — 2, 3, 4; Intramurals — 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. LOREIN R SOINEY "Some One Sweet" . . . F.HJL — 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. JUDY L. SPERLE 'Tin We Meet Again" . . . Philomathia — 3, 4; F. H. A. — 1, 2, 3; Historian — 3; F.T.A. — 4; G.A.A. — 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. MILLA J. STOKSTAD "Almost like being in love" ... Philomathia — 3, 4; A'Cappella — 2, 3, 4; Secretary — 2. 3; F.NJL — 2, 3, 4; President — 4; GA.A. — 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. KENNETH L. SPILDE "He Went That A Way" . . F.F.A. — 1, 2. 3. 4; Football -2; Freshmen Forum — 1. ROBERT L. STRAAVALDSON "Life Does A Man A Favor" . . . Class President — 1; Vice-President — 2; Youth Council — 4; "S" Club — 4; Science Club — 3; Sportsman's Club — 2; Ushers Club — 1; Football —2; Wrestling — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1; Tennis — 2, 3, 4; Intramurals — L 2, 3, 4 GINGER K. STUVETRAA "Skaters' Waltz" ... Yahara — 4; Philomathia — 3, 4; Band — 1, 2. 3, 4; F.TJL — 2, 3, 4; G.A.A. — 1, 2, 3. 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. JERALD A. SVEUM "You're Gunna Grieve When I Leave" . . . Student Council — 1; Band — L 2, 3, 4; Secretary — 3; Science Club — 2, 3, 4; Treasurer — 3; Sgt. of Arms — 4; Golf — L 2; One Act Plays — 2; Freshmen Forum — 1. ANITA K. SWINGEN "A Little Bit of Heaven" . . . Youth Council — 2. 3; Vice-President — 3; Band — L 2. 3, 4; A'Cappella — 3, 4; Vice-President — 3; F.NJL — 4; Junior Red Cross — 4; GAA. — L 2, 3, 4; Secretary — 4? Freshmen Forum — 1.TIMOTHY K WAGNER "Lillie Man You've Had A Busy Day" . . . Rifle Club — 2; Usher's Club — 3; Art Club — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1; Intramurals — 3. ROBERT J. WALDRON "Bye Bye Teachers" . . . "S" Club — 2; Sportsman's Club — 4; Ushers Club — 3; Football — 1, 2; Baseball — L 2, 3, 4; Track — 3; Intramurals — 1; Freshmen Forum — 1. RICHARD H. THOMPSON "I Wish the World Owed Me a Living" . . . Freshmen Forum — 1; Football — 1; Baseball — 2; F.F.A. — 2, 3, 4; Treasurer — 4. CONSTANCE D. UTTER "Take Me Back To My Bools and Saddle" . . . F.T.A. — 2, 3, 4; Forensics — 1, 2. 4; G.A.A. — L 2. 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. NORMAN L. VENDEN "Don't Call Me, I'll Call You" .. . Yahara — 4; Youth Council — 4; Band — 1, 2, 3, 4; A'Cap-pella — 3; Science Club — 3; Sportsman's Club — 2; Football — L 2, 3; Manager; Basketball — 3; Manager; Track — 3; Manager; Golf — 2. 4; Tennis — 1: One Act Plays — 2; Stage Manager; Intramurals — 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band — 3, 4; Pep Band — 2. 3, 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. DENNIS WILLIAMS "So Young So Wise" . . . Student Council — 3; Science Club — 2. 3; Secretary — 3; Wrestling — 3; Intramurals — 2; Forensics — 1, 2, 3; Junior Red Cross — 3; Freshmen Forum — 1; One Act Plays — 3; Graduated — 3; JUDITH A. WILSON "Dream Girl" . . , Yahara — 4; Parrot — 1, 2, 3, 4; Editor — 4; Athletic Board — 4; Secretary-Treasurer — 4; F.H.A. — 3, 4; F.N.A. — 2; Forensics — 1, 2; G.A.A. — 1, 2. 3, 4; Junior Red Cross — 4; Secretary — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. ROBERT J. WOODSTOCK "A Wonderful Guy" . . . F.F.A. — 2, 3 4; Freshmen Forum — 1. DENNIS B. WALLING "Strike up the Band" . . . Band — 1, 2. 3, 4; Science Club — 2, 3, 4; Musical Productions — L 2, 3; One Act Plays — 1, 3; Freshmen Forum — 1. DAVID B. WANTZ "They Said It Couldn't Be Done" . . . F.A.A. — 2. 3, 4; Science Club — 4; Freshmen Forum — 1.N. Amble, J. Augustine, M. Gullickson, K. Grady, J. Berg, B. Bryant, S. Brodhagen. S. Buerger, D. Aslakson, L. Brown, J. Anderson, T. Boersma, J. Barber, C. Burch, D. Calhoun, B. Brown, K. EUingson, M. Copus, P. Deneen, K. Fosdal, K. Cantwell, S. Ehle, B. Grefsheim, C. Goecks, C. Fuller, R. Fruth, R. Endl, T. Halverson, J. Eisele, G. Chambliss, J. Gunsolus, J. Halverson.M. Skavlen, N. Hanson. B. Hessler, S. Hodges, D. Hill, N. Hoffman. M. Heiike. A. Hannell, S. Ingraham, R. Hoel, D. Hansen. A. Hvam.W. Iwer. D. Harried. E. Kind, G, Keehn, M. Jacobsen, J. Kleven, J. Larson, S. Kanvik, B. Johnson. L. Hack, N. Krueger, R. Jensen, J. Kaplan. M. Jenson, P. Jacobson, C. Kapke, T. Larson. G. Losteller, N. Linderud, M. Lindgren, M. Junde, H. Lund. P. Marent, J. McFarlandL J. Learned, L. Lund, D. Mengeling, R. Leikness, J. Lunde. P. Lysne, R. Lund R. Maurer. G. Tholo, C. Thomas, P. Wennlund, H. Ylvisaker, R. Sage, K. Kvalheim, R. Leikness. D. Williams, J. Urish, W. Weum, J. Walling, R. Slinde. J. Petty, V. Skaar, G. Radermacher, D. Peterson, C. Stai, B. Spangler, R. Swoboda. H. Randecker, R. Peterson, J. Wantz, D. Onsrud, M. Malizio, P. Richter, R. Ring, P. Vetter, H. West. J, Olson, E. Overson, M. Nicholls, J. Obrechi, M. Nelson, L. Offerdahl, D. Prein. W. Peterson, D. Nelson, R. Michaelis, A. Mikkelson, D. Olson, D, Mennes, D. Olson, T. Moe.Sophomore Class OFFICERS: Pres. — Helen. Gryitenholm Vice-Pres. — Gary Gander Sec. — Nor Ann Kaupanger Treasurer — Nancy Reese B. Aaberg, E. BjugsiacL M. Benson, P. Anderson, S. Berg, R. Brandi, J. Barber. M. Anderson, S. Berkley. R. Anderson, R. Bluel, T. Arneson, T. Aslakson, W. Atkinson, R. Cowee. I Erdahl, S. Dahle, M. Cook, R. Dalsoren, D. Christopher, D. Danks, P. Drogsvold. G. Brown, J. Decker, W. Brewster, J. Borgen, T. Coon, R. Brekken, K. Brekke, A. Brunsell.R. Grilley, C. Grady, J. Gerard. M. Gerber, J. Fenuile, C. Frisby ,S. Gilson K. Gilbertson, D. Furseih, G. Fairman, A, Gjermo, J. Gettrust, G. Gander, F. Genett. R Kellnhofer g"SrttoLmW Kuether. H. Hansen. L. Handeland. H. Kellnhofer. H. Gryltenholm. D. Klmgaman. L. Ketchum. R. Hill. W. Jacobsen, R. Jacobsen, O. Harried. P. Johnson N Kaupanger. J. Kaupanger. K. Kelley.R. Kenyon. R. Juve. L. Larson. J. Julseth, J. Hanson, J. Lawrence, L. Gunderson. S. Lynch. V. Martin. B. Hanson. K. Johnson. D. Nelson, S. Obrechl, M, Maerz, J. Lyon, B. Leikness, J. Lunde, J. Maleika. L. Nelson, D. Nelson, R. Leikness, R. McKercher, D. Nelson, B. Norem, H. Mkiihun, M. Miller. S. Owen, J. Offerdahl, D. Quam, M. Lund, A. Olson, P. Olson, A. Prochnow. F. Prali, M. Larson, S. Mikkelson, D. Olson, J. Orr, M. Peterson, R. Olson, D. Pugh. T. Sawyer, D. Ouam, R. Pullman, S. Pierce, D. Osierberg, S. Quam, J. Reinsiad. R. Ossman, R. Prosser, D. Radecki, J. Schedel, T. Seamonson, N. Ping, C. Ruud. T. Severson.T. Skau, W. Siraavaldson, RL Schedel, M. Siiklestad, S. Stolen, K. Quamme, M. Stenjum-M. Sperstad, D. Schmidt, R. Richmond, R. Rucks, M. Stelling, G. Starks, A. Spilde, J. Stratton. S. Stelse, P. Turner, J. Thorpe, H. Tiedeman, M. Wilcox, K. Raasch, M. Swenson. D. Veium, D. Woodstock, D. Wersland, S. Strom, N. Reese, P. Wyrick, E. Swangstu, C. Utter. A Scheel, D. Johnson, C. Rinden, D. Yager, B. Sundby, G. Swingen, C. Swalheim. P. Wagner, T. Veum, R. Reinfeldt, G. Sproul, H. Ylvisaker, J. Holtan, W. Kind.Freshmen Class OFFICERS: Pres. — Johan Siokslad Vice-Pres. — Kenneth Erdahl Sec. — Jean Furseth Treasurer — Trudy Holie W. Aaberg, R. Almond, R. Barnett, R. Anderson, D. Byrd, B. Baldus, P. Anderson. L. Berge, G. Anderson, K. Berkley, A. Anderson, M. Beske. L. Chrisiopherson, M. Borgen, C. Brusegar, A. Christensen, R. Daggett, J. Cowee, J. Culham. L. Brodhagen, S. Bothum, T. Chose, C. Clark, B. Brown.P. Gunsolus, E. Gryttenholm, J. Helium, B, Gibbon, L. Halverson, J. Hessler. T. Holte, K. Jerdee, L. Johnson, J. Hurst, D. Keegan, B. Kaupanger, G. Ketchum. E. Gryitenholm, D. Halverson, S. Everetts, J. Haried, R.Ingraham, R. Hustad, S. Jarvis. M. Hove, R. Hanson, J. Haug, R. Hanson, G. Gable, A. H anson, B. Erdahl, K. Gjestson. R. Kravick, S. Lawrence, V. Kleiboer, A. Larson. S. Juve, D. Kluever, D. Homberg. A. Gauger, J. Dell, D. Furseth, K. Loftus, G. Kvalheim, K. Ladel, J. Holtan.R. Nelson, M. Robertson, M. Mulcahy, V. Padfield, R. Olson, J. Onsrud, I. Paris. L. Selbo, B. Poffinbarger, S. Nelson, C. Overson, B. Norgaren, R. Rowin, J. Sannes. M. Weber, S. Wilke, J. Sveum, J. Walling, K. Wersland, T. Windfeldi, M. Streich, L. Zirk. C. Thompson, D. Wake, D. Swenson. R. Weston, M. Vetter, S. Wittig, S. Knipfer, E. Amacher. D. Moeser, H. Lein, J. Learned, M. Kvam, B. Lewis, T. L und, R. Moe. K. Malizio, J. Leikness, R. Martin, J. Lower. W. Mahocker, B. Mikkelson, A. Linderud. G. DePaul, K. Erdahl, T. Felio, D. Freidman, D. Ebneier, P. Doering, J. Erickson. F. Everson, D. Benson, F. Elliot, K. Fuller, D. Duvall, J. Blaha, J. Furseth, C. Busch. J. King, R. Kardasz, G. Jacobson, J. Everson, K. Haug, P. Kaupanger, T. Johnson. J. Julseth, B. Jacobson, T. Kanvik, S. Learned, J. Jerdee, C. Lausch, B. Joint. H. Nelson, D. Swangstu, M. Mindrum, C. Mengeling, L. Nelson, M. Veum, G. Meyer. A. Nelson, S. Noyce, R. Swalheim, J. Nordlie, B. Veland, A. Kaplan, N. Obrecht. R. Rolli, T. Redel. S. Quale, C. Roe, L. Skau, C. Phillips, E. Schrofer. J. Smithback, C. Sandow, O. Stockstad, J. Skoien, R. Slade, R. Ruud, R. Sieffrud. ADVISOR: Mrs. Dorothy Urish EDITOR-IN-CHIEF: Naomi Quam SENIOR EDITORS: J. Mattiscn, Faculty; P. Kelley, Seniors; G. Olsen, Art; M. Lance. Features; K. Nordholm. Sports; G. Boersma, Organizations. PHOTOGRAPHERS: R. Anderson. T. Gullickson. K. Hansen. STAFF: R. Grilley, S. Ehle, J. KleYen, J. Gerard, M. Nicholls, K. Grady, J. Larson, K. Haug, M Schaal. V. Skaar, A. Kaplan, J. Gunsolus, B. Kreu-ger„ M. Lund, B. Johnson, C. Ruud, B. Sundby, N. Venden, J. Orr, J. Anderson, B. Bryant. STAFF: S. Emerson, K. Cantwell. B. Grefsheim. B. Spangler. G. Stuveiraa, M. Lunde, C. Schmidt, C. Stai, P. Wennlund, N. Linderud E. Overson, M. Lindgren, K. Ketchum, J. Hasz, L. Carlverg. H. Morrison, V. Linley. F. Kalland. S. Hodges. R. Swoboda, J.Petty. SENIOR EDITORS: J. Klinefelter. J. Johnson, G Olsen, M. Schaal. L. Carlberg, D. Gjermo, J. Maltison, J. Robertson. TYPISTS: S. Berger, J. Johnson, B. Spangler. P. Marent, J. Gunsolus. STAFF: M. Lindgren. B. Grefsheim, M. Lunde, J. Larson, K. Grady, P. Wyrick, P. Kaupanger, S. Owen, R. Swoboda. B. Kreuger. V. Linley, C, Schmidt, C. Hum-berg, B. Johnson, N. Obrechl. Staff: C. Swalheim, K. Kelley, S. Grady. M. Quam, K. Nordholm. K. Cantwell, J. Orr, J. Walling, A. Kaplin, T. Johnson. L. Brodhagen, C. Roe. B. Lewis, N. Kaupanger, B. Sundby, A. BrunselL A. Owen, M. Nicholls.MEMBERS: J. Klinefelter, M. Lance. A. Mindrum, S, Owen. P. Kaupanger. J. Onsrud, Mr. Gibbon geling. D Williams. L. Selbo. R. Kvalheim. S. Strom. J. Holton. N. Amble. J. Bunting. B. Grefsheim. advisor, C. Men- OFFICERS: Sec. D. Peterson, Vice-Pres. S. Ehle, Tres. R. Kenyon, Pres. G. Armstrong.S'. Bunnell, B. Grefsheim, J. Klinefelter, J. Gerard, S. Ehle, D. Gjermo, M. Havey, S. Brodhagen, S. Christenson, S. Strom, J. Holtan, A. Hvam, J. Kanvik, B. Fruth, J. Eisele, J. Knaak, Accordianist - N. Kaupanger. Miss Jeanne Reek, (not pictured) Faculty Advisor Norwegian DancersBAND FLUTES. OBOES. Sc BASSOON: K. Nord-holm. B. Spangler. S. Ehle. J. Walling. C. Thomas, N. Vendon, B. Sundby, R. Grilley, J. Gerard. J. Gunsolus. TROMBONES 8c BARITONES: N. Kau-panger. L. Larson, M. Slreich, L. Christ-opherson. D. Veum. B. Norem. M. Jenson. J. Sreum, D. Gjermo, J. Borgen. PERCUSSION: B. Hanson. S. Brodhagen. J. Larson. B. Offer-dahl. P. Hansen. T. Chayka, G. Sluvairaa. T. Larum, R. Dag-get. SAXOPHONES. ALTO 8c BASS CLARINETS: S. Christenson, M. Sidling, J. Elliker, K. Grady, E. Gulbranson, M. Webber. F. Prats, N. Reese. J. Obrechl. H. Randecker.BAND HORNS BASSES: B. Reese. S. Owen, T. Boersma, M. Vetter, B. Christenson, P. Vetler, J. Keplan, K. Ladel. MAJORETTS: J. Ob-recht, G. Boersma, J. Bunt-ing, B. Offerdahl, S. Brodhagen. CORNETS: H. Hanson, J. Schedel, D. Radecke, R. Schedel, W. Brewster, J. Walling, A. Skinner, M. Lance, R. Kvalheim, S. Ingraham. CLARINETS: N. Quam, J. Bunt ing, D. Walling, A. Swingen, J Robertson, K. CantwelL G. Boers ma, C. Ruud, K. Fosdahl, M. Lun de, V. Skaar, M. Lindgren, J. Kle ven, B. Bryant, C. Stai, M. Skav len, M. Benson, C. Ouamme, C Phillips, M. Jacobson.S CLUB MEMBERS: B. Fruih, B. Brown, T. Barber, B. StraaTaldson, J. Knaak. T. Bostrack, R. Cowee, Mr. Hochtritt-advisor, C. Kapke, T. Larum, S. Christenson, J. Seamonson, B. Slinde, D. Nelson, T. Skaau, D. Bronte. C. Fuller, B. Millbauer, P. Lysne. A. Hvam, D. Veum, J. Gettrust, B. Norem, L. Furseth, L. Brown, T. Gullickson, G. Armstrong, R. Henderson, S. Slinde, L. Quamme, C. Kaplan, D. Bluel, G. Henry, K. Hansen, R. Kvalheim, J. Kanvik, A. Skinner, T. Boersma, G. Fairman, P. Elvekrog. OFFICERS: Vice-Pres. P. Elvekrog, Pres. L. Furseth, Sec. Tres. G. Henry. ATHLETIC BOARD ■■■■■ MEMBERS: J. Gettrust, E. Gryttenholm, P. Lysne, G. Henry. Mr. Koeing, Mr. Hochtritt. Mr. Peth, Mr. Anderson, Mr. Marshall, Mr. Buckstead, Mr. Krueger. OFFICERS: Vice-Pres. J. Kanvik, Sec. Tres. J. Wilson. Pres. S. Slinde.MEMBERS: G. Starks, D. Williams, J. Orr, M. Peterson, H. West, H. Midthun, S. Kanvik. B. Spangler. J. Larson. C. Grady, C. Roe, G. Olsen, A. Mind rum, Advisor-Mr. Gibbon, C. Brusegar, M. Lindgren, E. Overson, K. Berkley, K. Nordholm, S. Emerson. OFFICERS: Sec. J. Wilson. Vice-Pres. J. Robertson, Pres, K. Grady. Treas. M. Nicholls. Junior Red Cross Philo MEMBERS: N. Linderud, C. Thomas. G. Lostelter. J .Petty, B. Spangler, B. Grefsheim, G. Olsen, D. Hill. Advisor-Miss Pike, K. Ketchum, G. Boersxna, L. Carlberg G. Struvetraa, H. Morrison, J. Maitison, S. Bunnell, J. Klinefelter . Skaar. D. Brown, Advisor- Mrs. Brewster, J. Obrecht. J. Elliker, H. Ylvisaker, J. Sperle, M. Stoksiad, M. Havey, . Brodhagen, D. Gjermo, P. Wennlund, J. Augustine, B. Krueger, DFFICERS: Vice-Pres. J. Robertson, Pres. J. Amble, Historian-N. Daley, Sec. J. Hasz, Publicity-F. Kalland, Treas. . Emerson.Youth Council MEMBERS: R. Grilley, M. Gullickson, G. Gander, J. Orr, N. Linderud S. Obiccht, D. Osierourg, J. Klinefelter. D. Gjermo, J. Gerard, B. Leikness, E. Overson, J. Larson, J. Kleven, N. Hanson, H. Morrison, C. Johnson, J. Femrile, F. Genett, J. Holtan, J. Geitrusi, C. Muleahy, B. Meyr, M. Havey, L. Nelson, B. Grefsheim, G. Tholo. Advisor-Mr, Finsand, S. Lynch, R. McKercher, T. Boersma, D. Peterson, S. Brodhagen. B. Bryant, N. Amble. OFFICERS: Pres. N. Quam, Sec. N. Hoffman, Vice-Pres. J. Anderson, Treas. L. Brown. MEMBERS: M. School, H. Gryttenholm, K. Rausch, C. Grady, J. Mattison, I. Grlhenholm ,P. Olson, S, Owen, B. Reese, B. Meyr, J. Gunsolas, R. Ursino, S .Gilson. E. Swangstu, C. Utter, N. Larson, J. Schroeter, A. Brunaell, B. Veland. F. Kalland, M. Havey, N. Reese, J. Offer dahl, G. S win gen, S. Hodges, J. Petty, C. Swalheim, A. Prochnow, S. Strom, P. Elvekrog, B. Fruth, B. Siraavaldson, O. Her led, M. Peterson, R. Ossmon, D. Haried, N. Venden, P. Christiansen, R. Cornell, D. Worsland.Ijounoj i inojF. F. A. MEMBERS: D. Olson, D. Crary, C. Goecks, D. Danks, R. Steffrud, C. Thompson, R. Dalsoren, T. Veum, S. Juve, D. Furseth, G. Brown D. Want , G. Nelson, J. Finch, K. Spilde, Advisor-Mr. Weber, L. Erdahl, T. Severson, A. Spilde, A. Gjermo, D. AJhouse, D. AMen, D. Schmidt, D. Schmidt, R. Erdahl, T. Felio, D. Aslakson, R. Woodstock, H. West, R. Ring, T. Hannel, G. ncc.rcDC Kenyon, D. Kittleson, R. Thompson, R. Brekken, R. Lathrop. . CER5: H. Tiedeman sec., K. Byrne honorary sec., E. Hooks pres., D. Furseth reporter, J. Junde trees., R. Holton sentinel, A. Kleven vice-prcs. F. H. A. MEMBERS: M. Nelson, ML Skavlen. J. Wilson, A. Owen, J. Johnson, S. Dahle, C. Slai, Advisor-Mrs. Everetts, S. Skjolaas, D. Olsen, D. K1 ingam an, G. Hart wig, M. Lance, O. Yaeger, K. Mikkelson, D. Hill, G. Radermacker, G. Lostetter, J. Hanson, Advisor-Mrs. Swenson, D. Brown, K . Ellingson, B. Hoffman, L. Ketchum, M. Benson, L. Soiney, M Gerber, S. Obrechi, J. Giddley, Advisor-Mrs. Sullivan, J. Olson, D. Prein, J. Halverson, D. Nelson, P. Drogs-vold, R- Kluever, D. Nelson, C. Johnson, C. Schmidt, D. Mearer , M Lunde. OFFICERS: Vice-Pres. S. Buerger, Pres. H. Lunde, Sec. M. Nicholls, Treas. K. Fosdal, Historian-P. Marent.F. N. A. MEMBERS: B. Johnson S. Bunnell. C. Humberg, B. Hess ler. G. Keehn, B. Brown, K. Quamme, ML Heilke, R. Swo-boda, ML Copus. L. Rinden. P. Kelley. V. Linley. V. Skaar, L. Carlberg, K. Ketchum, G. Boersma, J. Berg, J. Lunde. J. Maleika, M. Cook. E. Bjugsiad F. Wennlund, B. Krueger. H. Ylvisaker, M. Lindgren, K. Cantwell. M. Christenson. K. Gilbertson, ML Larsen M. Wilcox, F. Pratx J, Lawrence, M. Lunde, P. Deneen, E. Kind, C. Tofte, E. Gil-branson, M. Stenjem. OFFICERS Pres. M. Stokstad, Sec. B. Spangler, Vice-Pres. K. Grady. Treas. S. Kanvik, Advisor Miss Elliker (not pictured). F. T. A. MEMBERS: J. Sperle, S. Berg. A. Mindrum, J. Amble, M„ Hoffman, Advisor-Mrs. Norem, N. Kaupanger, C. Utter, B. Hanson, W. Jacobsen, C. Ruud, K. Nordholm J. Bunting, P. Wyrick, J. Augustine, G. Erickson. OFFICERS: Vice-Pres. J. Obrecht, Sec. B. Johnson, Treas. S. Emerson, Pres. J. Robertson. Rifle Club MEMBERS: J. McFarland, C. Goecks, J. Schedele, D. Off erdahl, T. Seamonson, Advisor-Mr. Path, J. Decker, D. Radecke, T. Coon, J. Gunderson, R. Myhre, G. Starks, T. HanneL D. Gunsolus. R .Lecy, M. Anderson, R. Lecy, H. Ylvisaker, R. Bluel, R. Endl, R. Steffens, J. Midthun, J. Finch, OFFICERS: Vice-Pres. B. Maurer, Trees. P. Wagner, Sec. T. Gullickson, Pres. B. Iwer. Art Club MEMBERS: J. Hass, D. Otteson, D. Kuether, R- Kellnhof er, S. Mik kelson. Advisor-Mrs. Langsdorf, J. Hurst, T. Wagner, R. ‘Presser, L. Heitke. N. Kruegar, N. Ping. P. Ander son. OFFICERS: Sec. N. Daley, Pres. G. Olsen, Vice-Pres. D. M idthun. Trees. P. Hanson.Science Club MEMBERS: V. Martin, R. Pullman. R. Cowee. D. Nelso n, H. Hanson, H. Hansen, H. Randecker, Advisor-Mr. Jupp. J. Wants. B. Smith. D. Wants. D. Walling. M. Jensen. J. S tratton, D. Mengeling, D. Veium, W. Brewster. B. Norem, T. Arneson. M. Stelling. D. Hanson, S. Brown. P. Vetter, S. Berkely, C. Mulcahy, J. Walling. R. Anderson. R. Kval-heim, D. Hawkinson. J. Kaplan, J. Borgen. OFFICERS: Pres. T. Chayka, Vice-Pres. J. Sreum, Sec. D. Williams. Treas. R. Miller. Nature Club MEMBERS: W. Slraavaldson, M. Stiklestad. R. Olson. R. Jave. D. Christopher. Advisor-Mr. Bramschreiber, M. Malisio. P. Jacobson. G. Chamalis, J. Eisele. C. Learned. OFFICERS: Pres. R. Leikness, Vice-Pres. H. Olson. Sec. T. A lackson.OFFICERS: Pres, noon, Jean Robertson: Pres, night, Donna Gjermo; Vice-Pres. night, Irene Gryttenolm; Vice-Pres. noon, Jean Amble; Sec. noon, Barbara Johnson; Sec. night, Jackie Obrecht; Treas. both, Anita Swingen.Sportsmen Club MEMBERS: L. Chrisiopherson, J. Urish, D. Jensen, A. Hvam, R. Henderson, R. Bjordahl, J. Seamonson, Advisor-Mr. Koenig, J. Halverson, H. Holt, S. Smith, D. Woodstock, D. Janes, J. Elliot, D. Peterson, T. Larum, J. Lyon, F. Genett, M. Maerz, T. Barber, S. Stolen, S. Ingraham,. D. Bronte, R. Mickaelis, J. Bowen, R. Kleiboir, R. Everson, D. Quam, D. Pugh, R. Slinde, M, Miller, D. Onsrud, R, Rucks, R. Anderson ,C. Burch, T. Halverson, W. Atkinson R. Peterson, T. Sawyer, R. Waldron. R. Johnson, R. Skavlen, D. Bluel, R. Lund, R. Brandt, D. Quam, G. Fairman. D. Nelson R. Christenson, L. Christianson, A. Skinner, D. Calhoun. OFFICERS: Pres. D. Hoverson, Vice-Pres. T. Bostrack, Sec. J. Knaak, Treas. J. Nelson. Ushers Club MEMBERS: W. Stroo void son, J. Eisele, R. Lecy, M. Morerx, T. Aslakson R. Bluel, Advisor —Mr. Smith.Industrial Arts MEMBERS: R. Everson, K. Kvalheim. R. Harried, Advisor-Mr. Leanord, R. Reingeldl. OFFICERS: Vice-Pres. J. Olson, Pres. L. Lunde, Sec. D. Schmudlach, Treat. M. Spur slad. Audio Visual MEMBERS: W. Peterson. T. Moe. S. Foye, B. Hill. L. Handeland, B. Brown, S. Slinde. L. Furselh, J. Kanvik. G. Henry, E. Michelson, Advisor-Mr. Roloff, D. Olson, L. Quamme, D. Mennes. D. Olson, K. Hanson.Spanish Club MEMBERS: M. Jacobsen, M. Swenson, S. Pierce, Vice-Pres. C. Fuller, Pres. C. Kapke, P. Lysne, G. Armstrong, J. Lawrence, H. Ward, R. Jacobsen, Advisor-Mrs. Pichotla (not pictured) Librarians Club MEMBERS: Sec. M. McFarland Vice-Pres. M. Aaberg, Advisor-Mrs. Huntley, B. Johnson, C. Rinden, R. Everson, J. Moffilt, Advisor-Mrs. Hawkinson, Pres. P. Turner (not pictured)Director — Mrs. Utter, N. Quam. J. Julseth, J. Klinefelter, A. M indrum, S. Pierce, M. Wilcox, G. Hart wig, G. Olsen, C. Thomas. M. McFarland, K. Ketchum, H. Morrison M. Stokstad, C. Schmidt, J. Bunting, I. Gryttenholm, G. Rademacher, S. Gilson, P. Turner, A. Brunsell, L. Larson, C. Ruud, A. Swingen. F. Kalland, M. Lunde, M. Lingren, E. Overson, H. Ylvisaker, M. Gerber, B. Johnson, K. Fuller, O. Stokstad, P. Christensen, D. Byrd, J. Seamonson, R. Henderson, J. Borgen, B. Poffinbarger, B. Cowee, D. Anderson, K. LadeL A 9Cappella FRESHMAN CHORUS: A. Larson, K. Haug, C. Brusegar, J. Harried, H. Lean, C. Roe, B. Joint, M. Vetter, N. Obrecht, B. Baldus, A. Anderson, S. Noyce, K. Berkley, I. Paris, K. Jerdee, S. Bothum, M. Erdahl, J. Blaha, S. Wilkie, C. Clark, J. Dell.Pep Band MEMBERS: N. Quam, C. Thomas, G. Boersma, D. Walling, K. Cantwell, J. Robertson, A. Swingen, J. Bunting, S. Christenson, N. Venden, J. Elliker, M, Streich, S. Owen, L. Larson, B. Reese, N. Kaupanger, H, Randecker, J. Obrechi, M. Jenson, J. Sveum, D. Gjermo, J. Borgen, A. Skinner, M, Lance, S. Ingrahm, R. Kvalheim, W. Brewster, B. Christenson, J. Kaplan, B. Offerdahl, T. Chayka, T. Laruxn. Dance Band MEMBERS: K. Ladel, S. Ingrahm, A. Skinner, H. Randecker, J. Elliker, N. Quam, D. Walling, N. Venden,FOOTBALL "B" TEAM Manager-B. Cowee, D. Woodstock. D. Nelson, R. Lund, G. Gander. H. Hanson. M. SlelUng. R. Bluel. D. Nelson, R. Kenyon, Coach Koenig, J .Lawrence, T. Arneson. R. Ossman, G. Fairman. FOOTBALL VARSITY „ „ . „ 5“ ' G. Henry, L. Furselh. R. Henderson. B. Fruth, L. Brown, B. Brown. G. Armstrong. C. Fuller, R. Lund, T. Barber. J. Kaplan, T. Boersma. B. Milbauer. D. Quam, M. Stelling. Manager-T. Skau. Coaches Koenig. Krueger,ALL CONFERENCE W. Slraavaldson, ML Miller, J. Gelirusl, J. Holian. Coach Anderson D. Wersland, D. Fuxseih, D, Olson, B. VelandU Manager-T. Skau T. Boersma, B. Norem, J, Kaplan, D. Quam, R. Ring S. Slinde Larry Brown, All-State Center J. Seamonson, S. Christenson L. Quamme, C. Kapke, D. Bluel, P. Lysne A. Hvam, D. Wersland, B. Norem, D. Veum, R. Ring, ML Miller, R. Kenyon Hoclriit, Anderson, Manager-B. Cowee, G. Gander, R. BluelFOOTBALL COACHES GIL KRUEGER FOOTBALL SEASON RECORD Stoughton 6. Stoughton 20. Stoughton 25, Stoughton 13, Stoughton 34. Stoughton 20. Stoughton 18, Stoughton 19. Walerlown 2G Edgerlon Wisconsin High Jefferson Monroe Middleton 13 Fori Atkinson 0 Monona Grove 6 DAVID HOCHTRITT 0)0)0 0BASKETBALL COACHES LARRY MARSHALL BASKETBALL SEASON RECORD Stoughton 77, Stoughton 69, Stoughton 78. Stoughton 70, Stoughton 69, Stoughton 74, Stoughton 57, Stoughton 54, Stoughton 48, Stoughton 66, Stoughton 54, Stoughton 83. Stoughton 5b, Stoughton 65, Stoughton 78. Stoughton 48. Stoughton 57. Stoughton 64. Evansville 56 Portage 51 Edgerton 50 Jefferson 51 Monroe 67 Middleton 62 Wisconsin High 62 Monona Grove 48 Reedsburg 74 Edgerton 63 Fort Atkinson 69 Jefferson 67 Monroe 52 Edgewood 67 Middleton 63 Wisconsin High 49 Monona Grove 54 Fort Atkinson 67 JOHN SMILLIESENIORS BASKETBALL "B" TEAV K. Fuller. J. Sonne L. Selbo, D. Moeser. J. Skoien BASKETBALL VARSITY J. Kanvik, B. Frulh Coach Marshall, S. Slind e. K. Hanson, T. BoersmaD. Peterson, B. Peterson P. Jacobson R. Henderson, D. Olson, A. Hvam, Manager-L. Quamme"A" TEAM WRESTLING MEMBERS: D. Nelson, D. Furseth. A. Kleven, P. Elvekrog, F. Genett. G. Kelchum, D. Olson. P. Wagner, H. Hanson, J. Hurst, J. Seamonson, D. Wersland, G. Henry, L. Erdahl, S. Smith, S. Lynch. E. Gryitenholm. P. Vetter. WRESTLING SEASON RECORD Stoughton 8, Fort Atkinson 37 Stoughton 17, Middleton 28 Stoughton 18, Brookfield 31 Stoughton 6. East 33 Stoughton 19. Wisconsin High 26 Stoughton 14. Monroe 31 Stoughton 13. Janesville 36 Stoughton 15. Jefferson 26 Stoughton 10. West 30 Stoughton 19. Monona Grove 22 Stoughton 14. Edgerton 27FRED ANDERSON "B" TEAM WRESTLING MEMBERS: H. Hanson, J. King, D. Danks, R. Dalsoren, H. Randecker. D. Olson, Coach Picholta. B. Hill, T. Barber, T. Chose. R. Kenyon, R. Ossman, B. Veland, J. Strallon, Manager-B. Cowee.FOOTBALL FRESHMEN MEMBERS: E. Gryitenholm, B. Kardasz, B. Barnett, T. Lund, M. Rydell, R. Nelson, R. Kravick, G, DuPaul, Man-ager-J. Ccwee. R. Roly, G. Ketchum, L. Selbo, K. Fuller. B. Moe, K. Jarvis, J. Nordlie. J. Sannes. T. Felio. Manager- D. Friedman, Coach Peth. D. Kluever, T. Chose, D. Moes er, J. Skoien, S. Nelson, O. Stockstad, J. Lower, B. Slade, Coach Pichotta, missing-J. Stockstad. BASKETBALL FRESHMEN MEMBERS: K. Fuller, L. Johnson, D. Duvall, Coach Peth, J. Haug, J. Lower, K. Jarvis, Manager-D. Friedman, R. Almond. D. Wake, H. Sannes, M. Mindrum, Manager-B. Kardasz.CHEERLEADERS "A" TEAM t „ „ MEMBERS: S. Brodhagen, D. Peterson, Head-K. Nordholm, S. Bunnell, J. Klinefelter, J. Gerard. CHEERLEADERS "B" TEAM MEMBERS: J. Offerdahl. L. Brodhagen. C. Grady. Head -G. Swingen. J. Sveum. H. Gryttenholm.BASEBALL MEMBERS: D. Aslakson, B. Brown, D. Bronte, J. Seamonson, L. Brown, T. Bostrack, L. Furseth, P. Elvekrog. B. Olson, D. Offerdahl, B. Fruth, R. Lund, B. Miller, T. Arneson, P. Richter, K. Hanson, S. Slinde, R. Lecy, J. Skoien, O. Harried, M. Miller, Coach Bucksiead. TRACK MEMBERS: T. Barber, H. Randecker, H. Hanson, H. Hanson, P. Wagner, J. Orr, G. Gander, D. Quam, A. Hvam. T. Chose, R. Schedel, S. Berkeley, P. Vetter, B. Hill, G. Henry, B. Milbauer, J. Gettrust, J. Kanvik, D. Allen, Coach Hochtritt, M. Stalling, D. Wersland, S. Strom, D. Bluel, B. Norem, J. Anderson, T. Boersma, D. Quam, G. Fairman, R. Blufel, Coach Krueger.GOLF MEMBERS: S. Christenson, A. Skinner. R. Henderson. P. Lysne, R. Kvalheim, J. Kaplan. N. Venden. L. Chris-topherson. D. Moeser. T. Chayka. D. Jensen, P. Christensen, J. Sveum. J. Holtan, S. Slade. Coach Koenig. TENNIS MEMBERS: W. Siraavaldson, T. Lamm, B. Slinde, B. Sir aavaldson. J. Stratton, Coach Anderson, W. Brewster, R. Ossman, P. Christopher, J. Wantx, T. Aslakson, B. Slade.r?. 'Oh, I don't know; jumping off telephone poles isn't so bod ,, So who needs an airplane?'Are you Lonesome tonight' Wouldn't we poss for football players?"Homecoming 1960 Queen, Bonnie Meyr; Attendants, Sandy Bunnell and Jean Amble Looks like Kanrik's a busy manHomecoming Game — Vikings over Monroe; 34-6 The cheerleaders did their share too, in wining the gomeYou look beautiful Wonderland By NightThe King and Queen were admired by everyone. Snowball 1960 The grand march was a big success Court. Bob Fruth Nancy Hoffman Faye Kalland Larry Quamme Luther Selbo Paulette Kaupangei Pat Olson Gary Gander Queen Sandy and King LarrySandy and Larry happily lead the Grand MarchJust stringing olong Hero Worship?NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SENIORS NANCY DALEY JIM KANVIK JEAN ROBERTSON CAROLE JOHNSON DENNIS WILLIAMS BRUCE SMITH RICHARD KVALHEIM DENNIS OFFERDAHL KEITH HANSON KRISTEN NORDHOLM GAIL OLSON FRED HENDERSON JOANN HASZ JEAN AMBLE SHARON EMERSON GAYLE BOERSMA JANE KLINEFELTER DAVID WANTZ EVERETT HOOKS DONNA GJERMO TOM CHAYKA HARLEY HOLT JUNIORS RICHARD JENSEN JAMES KAPLAN HAROLD RANDECKER PAUL VETTER BETTY GREFSHEIM PAMELA WENNLUND LIONS DEPARTMENTAL AWARDS art—GAIL OLSON IND. ARTS—TONY GULLICKSON SOC. STUDIES—JEAN AMBLE SCIENCE—TOM CHAYKA MATH—DENNIS WILLIAMS BUS. ED—JOANN HASZ HOMEMAKING—JUDY SPERLE AG—EVERETT HOOKS ENGLISH—DONNA GJERMO FOR. LANG.—JANE KLINEFELTER ARION VOCAL—JIM SEAMONSON ARION INST.—NAOMI QUAM BADGER BOYS STATE SCHOLARSHIPS BOB FRUTH JAMES ANDERSON BEN WAITE PAUL VETTER TOM CHAYKA TOM MOE, Alternate SHARON EMERSON JIM KAPLAN, Alternate STOUGHTON LBR. FUEL CO. RICHARD JENSEN, Alternate JIM KANVIK JEAN ROBERTSON ENGLISH—DONNA GJERMO DENNIS OFFERDAHL YOUTH COUNCIL JERRY SVEUM NAOMI QUAM TAG DAY FAYE KALLAND JAYCETTES JEAN AMBLE ROTARY DENNIS WILLIAMS BADGER GIRLS STATE SHARON EHLE DENI PETERSON, Alternate D.A.R. NAOMI QUAM GOOD CITIZENSHIP STEVE SLINDE GINGER STUVETRAA GREG ARMSTRONG JUDY WILSON PAT KELLY TONY GULLICKSON FAYE KALLAND HELEN MORRISON KAREN KETCHUM ROBERT MILLER ROTARY SERVICE JEAN ROBERTSON NAOMI QUAM KEITH HANSON DONNA GJERMO JIM KANVIKWhat Slinks? Pondering I'm Hungry You gotta be brave likeBeing of unsound and disposing mind, we, the seniors of 1961, do hereby devise and bequeath the following items to some of the friends we have made during our four years of high school. It is our hope that these bequests will be well-cared for and diligently used by the recipients. MARILYN A A BERG gives her “big” brown eyes to Sharon Hodges. DAVID ALLEN forsakes Miss Anderson without an able bookkeeper. DONALD ALSHOUSE leaves — destination unknown. JEAN AMBLE relinquishes her vocabulary to future Senior English Students. RON ANDERSON leaves for the J S. GREG ARMSTRONG wills his curly hair to Mary Nicholls. RODNEY BJORDAHL leaves—darn it! GAYLEJIOERSMA surrenders her majorette ability to Jackie Obrecht. TERRY BOSTRACK leaves in his hot “T-bird.” JERRY BOWEN leaves joyously at last. DAVID BRONTE gives his class ring to Marcia. BYRON BROWN hands his singing ability to Mrs. Utter. STEWART BROWN donates laziness in the morning to anyone who needs it. SANDEE BUNNELL delivers her flirty ways to Betty Bryant. JEAN BUNTING leaves Mr. Streich looking for a new pair of legs. KATHLEEN BYRNE relinquishes her abilityto be the only female member of a club to anyone who wants to take the risk. LINDA CARLBERG donates her ability in Latin to anyone who needs it. TOM CHAYKA relinquishes his spade to Dick Jenson. MARION CHRISTENSON donates her I. D. to Kathy Cantwell. ROBERT CHRISTENSON wills some of his height to Gary Gander. STEVE CHRISTENSON delivers his long blonde hair to Mary Beske. PAUL CHRISTENSON gives his dimples to Jo Ann Kleven. LA VERNE CHRISTENSON leaves himself and his class ring to a goodlooking gal. PAUL CHRISTOPHER leaves — put, put, bang, bang, crash!!! LYLE CHRISTOPHERSON wills Mr. Streich with one less nuisance. RICHARD CORN ELL donates his book of jokes to Mrs. Smith. DAVID CRARY leaves — finally. NANCY DALEY gives her giggles to Mary Lindgren. JOYCE ELLIKER relinquishes her ability to take responsibility to Kathy Raasch. STEPHEN IOYE leaves his class ring and himself to Joyce. JOE ELLIOT hands his suave looks and cool manners to Jim Orr. SHARON EMERSON wills her ability as treasure to Audrey Larson. RICHARD ERDAHL wills his hot seat in social problems to some cool headed junior. RICHARD EVERSON and LEROY HEITKE give their Thursday romance to Mary Copus and Linda Offerdahll. ROSE EVERSON hands her red hair to Bona Lou Erdahl. JOHN FINCH relinquishes his curly hair to Tony Hannell. LEROY FURSETH leaves Peggy in tears. JANICE GIDDLEY leaves to take care of the house and Bob. DONNA GJERMO leaves alone but will be joined next year. GERALD GOECKS leaves never to retrace his footsteps. IRENE GYTTENHOLM leaves tardy. EILEEN GULBRANSON surrenders her long hair to Darlene Otteson. TONY GULLICK-SON donates his long legs and arms to Bob Fruth. CLAUDE GUNSOLUS and JERRY GUNSOLUS deliver their usher uniforms to John Wantz and Mike Macrz. JAMES HALJ'ORSON wills his seat in psychology to some other ambitious person. KEITH HANSON gives all 309 of his English dittos to any deserving juniors who will have Mrs. Smith next year. PA J HANSON leaves for an important "engagement”. GLORIANN HARTWIG donates her ability to go with older men to Deni Peterson and Sandy Brodhagen. MARGIE HOIFMAN surrenders her gift of gabbing to Helen Gryttenholm. JOANN HAST, relinquishes her athletic ability to her sister Jackie. MARLENE HAVEY donates her “kookie” eyes to Sis Grady. DENNIS HAWKINSON leaves to go coin collecting at the U. S. Mint. RICK HENDERSON wills his legs to Judy Gerard GENE HENRY relinquishes his basement to future jam sessions of all the underclasmen. BARBARA HOFIMAN wills her driving ability to Jo Ann Kleven. HARLEY HOLT leaves shortly after he arrived. RAYMOND HOLTAN surrenders his rambling Nash to some other great hunter. EVERETT HOOKS leaves Mr. Smith with one less brain and counselor. DAVID HOVERSON leaves — Destination Archies! CAROLE HUMBERG leaves never to retrace her footsteps. JAMES HURST donates his flying antics to some other inexperienced pilot. BEVERLY JOHNSON gives her quiet manner to Kathy Kelley. CAROLE JOHNSON wills her shy wavs to Cleone Swalheim. DAN JOHNSON leaves with the conclusion that school is no place for students. JUDY JOHNSON hands her stenographic ability to Judy Gunsolus, who doesn’t need it. RON JOHNSON donates his few, if any, regrets to Doug Harried'.FAYE KALLAND bequeaths her charm and easy smile to Paulette Kaupanger. JIM KANVIK leaves a hole in Mr. Krueger’s football backfield. PAT KELLEY leaves her Rhode Island accent to Mrs. Wedeward. KAREN KETCHUM leaves for nursing school. DU WAYNE KITTLESON leaves . . . need we say more? RICHARD KLEIBOER relinquishes his love for learning to Nancee Ping. ARNIE KLEVEN gives his everlasting smile to all frowning teachers. JANE KLINEFELTER leaves, still celebrating her 17th birthday. JIM KNAAK leaves for the deep blue seas. CAROLYN KRAUS alais “Bulldog” leaves growling. RICH-ARD KVALHEIM surrenders his “hot” cornet to Trudy Holte. MARILYN LANCE leaves the halls silent for the first time in four years. RALPH LATHROP leaves sleepily. JANET LAIVRENCE donates her quiet ways to all noisy freshmen. CHARLES LEARNED leaves learned. VIRGINIA LIN LEY relinquishes her well-selected wardrobe to Ruth Ann Olson. DIANE MAERZ leaves with ring on hand. JOAN MATTISON leaves carrying Paul’s books. PAUL ELVEKROG leaves carrying Joan. MARY ANN MC FARLAND surrenders her high heels to Rinnic Grilley. BONNIE MEYR wills her money for her “brown” hair rinse to Betty Norgaren. DAVID MIDTHUN leaves his car to break down for someone else. KAREN M KKELSON leaves and she’s not complaining. ROBERT MILLER relinquishes his sophisticated name to the Blatz Brewing Company. ANN MIN DRUM gives her temper to any full blooded Irish underclassman. JUDY MOFFITT wills her long hair to Ann Brun-sell. HELEN MORRISON leaves Mr. Krueger looking for a new secretary. CHARLES MULCAHY hands his “smashing” voice to his teachers. RICHARD MYHRE donates his black hair to Arden Hvam. DOUGLAS NEATH relinquishes his height to the basketball players. JERRY A. NELSON surrenders traffic tickets to David Mennes. JERRY M. NELSON wishes someone would leave him a bicycle. KRISTIE NORDHOLM relinquishes her cheering ability to Deni Peterson. BETTY OFFERDAHL wills excuses and make-up slips to Mr. Krueger. DENNIS OtbERDAHL leaves the cafeteria to the cooks. GAIL OLSEN donates her artistic ability to Mrs. Langsdorf. DONNA OLSON leaves . . Good-bye! HO (VIE OLSON relinquishes his ability to utilize fully the five minutes between classes to any other lover. JIM OLSON gives his bowling ability to Miss Reek. LINDA OLSON wills her black hair rinses to Betty Spangler. ANN OWEN leaves Robin to the birds. DENNIS PETERSON donates various colored slips to some lazy junior boy. DOUG PETERSON surrenders his “coon” skin cap to Dan. NAOMI QUAM wills her pony tail to the horses. LARRY QUAAIME gives his car and red hair to the foreign exchange student. BETTY REESE donates her weight to the football team. LOIS RINDEN leaves for work at the Sto-ton Restaurant. JEANNE ROBERTSON' leaves Miss Reek almost helpless. MAY ELLEN SCHAAL leaves with fire extinguisher in hand. CORRINE SCHMIDT leaves for area dances. DONALD SCHMIDT delivers his second floor locker to any incoming freshman. DENNIS SCHMUDLACH gives his reading ability to DennisWersland. JIM SEAMONSON leaves the underclass-women without a chaffeur ROGER SEFFENS leav-es running. ROBERT SKAVLEN leaves for the woods to go hunting. ALLAN SKINNER leaves his electronic modulation wonders to some lucky underclassmen. RUSSELL SKJOLAAS leaves with the urge to make some excitement. STEVE SLADE wills his ever-changing voice to Mrs. Smith. STEVE SLINDE relinquishes his athletic abilities to Larry Brown. BRUCE SMITH donates hi9 car to any “ragtop” admirer. STEVE SMITH gives his long blond hair to Barb Bunnell. LOREIN SOINEY surrenders her love of study to whomever wants it. There must be someone! JUDY SPERLE wills her driving skill to Nancee Amble. MILLA STOKSTAD leaves . . . singing as usual. KEN SPILDE leaves to become a farmer. BOB STRAAVALDSON relinquishes his desire to laugh to Sue Owen. GINGER STUVETRAA donates her last name to all the teachers she bewildered with it. JERRY SVEUM leaves to take the role of “Abe” Lincoln in some movie. ANITA SWINGEN leaves to find herself a doctor. RICHARD THOMPSON leaves without noticing a certain redhead. CONNIE UTTER donates her contact lenses to anyone who wants them. She doesn’t. NORMAN VENDEN leaves with another new car. TIM WAGNER leaves the teachers in peace. BOB WALDRON relinquishes his nickname, Monk, to the monkeys. DENNIS WALLING gives his clarinet to Mary Lindgren. DAVID WANTZ will his string of “A’s” to some dummy. DENNIS WILLI A MS relinquishes his ability to go through school in 3 years to Vernon Martin. JUDY WILSON wills her love for Johnny Logan to any other Braves fan. ROBERT WOODSTOCK leaves . . still talking.MAY YOU ALWAYS Words and Music by LARRY MARKESand DICK CHARLES r r -; i r r This spe-cial time, this spe-cial place it’s time ioT us t0 graduate, The J r I J.............J i £ ! £ gang will soon sing Auld Lang Syne, and touch this sen-ti-men-tal heart of mine. Ai r; br1 £ £ though we go our sep’- rate way, we’ll share the mem’- ry of this day. We’ll f£« ■ 1 . .5=3 - - h- :5F=Y-=er rrl -j —i —kJ— =±=- •j r— d' -- n -a—J—“ e'er forget our friends so true. and we will miss dear alma- mater too. MAY YOU AL-WAYS walk in sun - shine, slum-ber warm when night winds blow. MAY YOU ALWAYS £ 3 m live with laugh-ter for a smile be-comes you so. May good for-tune find your door-way, -■- ----------------- J ' J IJ» may the blue-bird singyxirsong. May notrou-ble trav-el your way, may no wor-ry stay too long. £ £ P May your heart-aches be for-got-ten, may no tears be spilled. May old ac-quain-tance be re-mem-bered, and your cup of kind-ness filled, and MAY YOU AL-WAYS be contented. j r r J ■ J jJ ‘ J J i ¥ keep the Lord close by your side And whatever path you travel. He will be your i guide. guide. © Copyright 1958 by HECHT-LANCASTER BUZZELL, Inc., New York, N. Y. International Copyright Secured Used by PermissionToday, June 2, 1971, Deacon J. ARTHUR SVEUM is being wheeled into the operating room. He is suffering from an acute ulcer, as a result of worrying about some of his wayward parishoners: KEITH HANSON. GREG ARMSTRONG, and JERRY M. NELSON. Master surgeon P. STEPHEN CHRISTENSON, assisted by plastic surgeon GENE HENRY, who “nose" everything, prepare to begin the operation. RICHARD KLEIBOER. the anesthetist, puts the patient under. The anesthetic causes his mind to wander ahead and phophecy the future of his fellow classmates. As the year spin by, the sands of time come to a halt in the year 1981. It is May 17th and the Syttende Mai parade has just started. Leading the parade he ices. JUDY SPERLE riding her champion palamino. As he scans the parade route, he notices several businesses run by his former classmates. ROBEAJ T IVOODSTOCK and JAMES HURS'J are keeping book at Big Daddy’s Pool Hall, run by RODNEY BJORDAHL. There is DENNIS ITILIA AMS, the local monition, carrying a sign which advertises his easy layaway plan. There also is DR. TUNGAS KNAAK, who has just taken over the Sewer Inspection Program. He also sees DOUG PE TERSON who is managing the Body Beautiful Car Remodeling Company. EMERSON'S Euchre Palace is being run by LINDA CARLBERG, KAREN KETCHUM. and PAT KELLEY. who also double as bouncers in the absence of SHARON. who is taking the cure. One of Harry Miedema’s news reporters, NAOMI (JLAM has just discovered the whereabouts of three long lost colleagues: BRUCE SMITH. TOM CHAYKA, and DAVID IVANTZ. They have been in a remote attic working out math theorms for Prof. Smith. News has just been received that "MON A IVA LD RON, "CHI A K OLSON, DAN JOHNSON, RON JOHNSON. and JOE ELLIOT'T have been caught boot-legging in South America for the State Department. JEANNE BUNTING has been spotted driving at Indianapolis with MARION CHRISTIANSON as her pit mechanic. DOUG NEATH has just nosed out ANN GIVEN"S record score of 217 in the National Bowling Finals in McFarland. As Deacon J. Arthur continues to dream, he sees that famous singing group, The Kifettes; consisting of MARY ann McFarland, gloriann hartivig, fa ye kalland, milla stokstad, helen MORRISON, and ANITA SIVINGEN, who are appearing in BOERS MAS Alley, a famous beatnik joint. Then there’s CONSTANCE UTTER who is now president of Madison Bus Line. Her fellow employees are JANE KLIN El TELLER. MARILYN LANCE. LOREIN SOINEY, MARGIE HOFFMAN, IRENE GRYTTENHOLM, and BARBARA HOFFMAN. They are all bus drivers for the line. BYRON BROIVN has challenged Oscar Johnson to a debate. TERRY BOSTRACK. BOB STRAAVALDSON, PAUL CHRISTENSON, STEPP ART BROIVN. LA VERNE CHRISTENSON, and RICHARD CORNELL are working on ahand car for the JUDY .HOI-FIT Railway. This job has its ups and downs.DON ALSHOUSE, RON ANDERSON, DENNIS PETERSON. JERRY TO WEN, DAVID CRARY, DAVID BRONTE, and DAVID ALLEN are amongst the list of the 10 best-dressed men in the world. "RAY” SLINDE and "GOOSE” KANVIK have been accepted into the Harlem Globtrotters, which is rather unusual, considering they both arc less than 6 feet tall KATHY BYRNE has been appointed Secretary of Agriculture by President LYLE CHRISTOFHERSON who has also appointed RICHARD ERDAHL, RAYMOND HOLT AN, TONY GULLICKSON, and CLAUDE GUNSOLUS on the Senate Finance Committee. PAUL CHIRSTOPHER, LEROY VURSETH, NANCY DALEY, and JOYCE ELLIKER have come out with their new album, “Music to Wash By.” STEVE SLADE is singing mezzosoprano at the Met. Stoughton’s amateur baseball team, consisting of DENNIS WALLING, NORMAN VENDEN, BOB MILLER, TIM WAGNER, JUDY WILSON, DENNIS HAWKINSON, TACK GUNSOLUS, JOHN PINCH, and STEPHEN FOYE, has just been accepted into the ranks of the National League. JIM HALVERSON is a well-known jockey at Santa-Anita. DENNIS OFFERDAHL has been known to race there also. DU WAYNE KITTLESON, RICHARD KVALHEIM, CHARLES MULCAHY, and CHARLES LEARNED have opened up a beauty salon in Utica. RALPH LATHROP is their business manager. ANN MIN DRUM and BETTY OFFERDA IIL are married witji ten children apiece. ARXIE KLEl'EN and DAVE MIDTHUM have gone into the used car business. Next in line in the procession is the mayor, PAUL ELVEKROG, who has gone a long way since he was president of the senior class. Following the mayor is a air full of beauties: JEAN AMBLE, SANDY BUNNELL, MARILYN AA-BERG, JANICE GIDDLEY, KRISTI NORDHOLM, PAT HANSON, and CAROLYN KRAUS. They are being chauffered by GEROLD GDECKS. Next we see the W. C. T. U. Wagon. On this is DAVE HOVERSON, HARLEY HOLT, and GERALD A. NELSON. It sure seems strange to see them on the wagon. Next in the parade is the Salavation Army Band, featuring JUDY JOHNSON on the bass,BOB CHRISTENSON on the piccolo, JANET LAWRENCE on the Jew’s Harp, LAURITZ QUAMME on the violin, RICHARD MEYER on the shoe horn, and RICHARD EVERSON on the piano, which is being played by LEROY HEITKE. MAY ELLEN SCHAAL and JONl MATTISOX are proprietors of the Biltmore Hotel. VIRGINIA LIN LEY has worked for them for ten years and still is. DIANE MAERZ, DONNA OLSEN. KAREN MIKKELSON, ROSE EVERSON, LOIS RINDEN, BEVERL) JOHNSON, LINDA OLSON and GINGER STUVETRAA form the nucleus of the United States Olympic Women’s Track Team. BETTY REESE, MARLENE HAVEY, JEANN E ROBERTSON, DONNA GYERMO. EILEEN GULBRANSON, CAROLE JOHNSON, and BONNIE MEYR have just opened a reducing salon. GAIL OLSON has been seen in Greenwich Village making art studies. The newly announced police force consists of DONALD SCHMIDT, ALLAN SKINNER, DENNIS SCHMUDLUCH. ROGER SEFFENS. RUSSELL SKJOLASS. and JIM SEA MONSOX, who drives his corvette as the local squad car. STEVE SMITH has given up the fight racket after his last defeat. JOANS HASZ and CORRINE SCHMIDT have taken over Cuba after twenty years of hard fighting. EVERTT HOOKS, RICHARD THOMPSON. and KEN SPLIDE are plucking figs in Greece. BOB SKAVLEX and HOWARD OLSON are inciting new riots in Africa As the haze lifts, Deacon Sveum finds himself being wheeled into his room by nurse CAROL HUMBERG. As they are journeying down the corridor, head surgeon Christenson is met by Federal Agent "ELIOT" HENDERSON, who promptly arrests him for practicing polygamy in the Congo.autographsautographs


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