Stoughton High School - Yahara Yearbook (Stoughton, WI)

 - Class of 1966

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Dedication We, the Senior Class of 1966, are proud to dedicate our 1966 Yahara to Mr. William Koenig. As athletic director, assistant football coach, golf coach . . . and a dedicated teacher of mathematics — and as a friend, too — we salute him for his contributions to our educational advancement.Faculty Seniors FORWARD The Yahara staff of 1966 produced this yearbook to keep alive memories of our final year at Stoughton High School. We hope that these pages hold all of the reminders that you'd ever want to remember, and are so bound that you will never forget the school year 1965-66.Principal Warren K. Selbo Elementary Administrator Assistant Mrs. Sylvia Johnson Superintendent’s Secretary Mrs. Ethel Fredenberg Principal’s Secretary Mr. Lee J. Ramos Business ManagerAbove: Above: MR. STEVEN FORTNEY B.S. English IV, Journalism, Advisor for Parrot, Camera Club, Yahara. MR. MILFORD THOMPSON B.S., M.S. Civics, Rifle Club Advisor. MR. JERRY KEEPERS B.S. Math, Physics, Advisor for Science Club. vfe. LARRY SHUMATE B.S. English n, Advisor for Drama Club, Freshman Class Advisor. MR. LA VERNE PIEPER B.S., M.S. Physical Education, Wrestling Coach. MRS. JEANNETTE CARPENTER B.A. English HI, Advisor for Forensics, Freshman Class Advisor. MR. PRYOR T. SMITH B.A., M.S. Geometry, Trigonometry, Analytics, Math V, Athletic Ticket Manager. MRS. PHYLLIS NOREM B.A. English III, Advisor for FTA. MR. WILLIAM GIBBON B.E., M.S. General Education, Advisor for Red Cross, Student Council. MRS. JEANNE WILDE B. E. Shorthand I, Typing II. Right: MR. BRADLEY HUDING B.S. Industrial Arts, Advisor for Industrial Arts Club. MRS. MARCIA SWENSON B.S. Home Economics, Advisor for FHA. Left: MR. DUANE BISCHOFF B.S. English IV, Senior Class Advisor. MR. RICHARD PACKER B.S. English, Math, Freshman Class Advisor. MR. ERVEN LEE B.S. Drafting, Carj en-try, Advisor for Industrial Arts Club. Left: MR. RODGER ROLOFF B.S. U.S. History, Economics, Freshman Basketball, Tennis. MR. WILBUR VENSKE B.S. Algebra I, n, Freshman Class Advisor. MRS. DONNA UTTER B.M. Vocal Music. MRS. MARITA WEDEWARD B.S. German I, II, Latin I, n. MRS. DOROTHY URISH B.E. English I, Latin I, Freshman Class Advisor, Advisor for Forensics. MR. WALTER NETTERBLAD Printing. MR. JOHN SMILLIE B.S. Metals, Welding, Carpentry, Advisor for Industrial Arts Club, Junior Class Advisor. MR. FRANCIS GREGORICH B.S. Chemistry, Advisor for Ski Club, Baseball Coach. MRS. SHERRI FREDERICK B.S. Math. MRS. JUNE WALL B.S. Home Economics, Advisor for FHA, Junior Class Advisor. Right: MR. KENNETH PETH B.S. Economics, Attendance Director, Senior Advisor, Coach. MR. LARRY MARSHALL B.S. History, Driver Education, Freshman Class Advisor, Coach. MRS. JUDITH JUNG B.S., M.A. English I, II, Advisor for Debate team MISS MARGARET PIKE B.E., M.S. Office Practice, Typing II, Shorthand II, Advisor of Cheerleaders MR. DAVID SEMMES B.S., M.S. English n, Speech, Advisor of Forensics.Above: MR. CHARLES MARTIN B.A., M.S. Economics, Contemporary History, Advisor for Youth Council, Senior Class Advisor. MR. ALTON WEBER 3.S. Agriculture, Advi-ior for F.F.A. MISS JEANNE REEK 3.S., M.S. Physical Ed-ication, Advisor for GAA, Norwegian Dancers. MR. ROBERT WILDE 3.E. Bookkeeping. Above: MRS. MILDRED GARDNER B.A. “B” Band. MR. ROGER GOHLKE B.M. “A” Band, Pep Band, Dance Band. MR. THOMAS STOKES B.S., M.S. Biology, Advisor for Nature Club, Freshman Football Coach. MR. JAMES SIGGELKOW B.S., M.S. Art, Advisor for Art Club, Junior Class Advisor. MRS. BARBARA NUDELMAN B. A., M. A. Spanish, Advisor for Spanish Club. MR. WILLIAM KOENIG B.E., M.S. Geometry, Algebra n. Advisor for Sportsman Club, Athletic Director. Left: MR. REGINALD LORD B.S. Physical Education, Football, Golf Coach. Right: MR. JOSEPH KUBALE B.S. World History, Freshman Class Advisor. MR. MARVIN DEGENEFFE B.S. Biology, Coach. MR. IRWIN FULLER B.S., M.S. U.S. History, Advisor for “S” Club, Youth Council. MRS. JEANNETTE BREWSTER B.E. Personal Typing, Typing I. MRS. RACHEL SALAPATAS B.A., M.S. Civics, U.S. History, Junior Class Advisor, Advisor for Philo.Mrs. Carol Sundby School Nurse MRS. MARION ENGE School Nurse Sociology MRS. DOROTHY NOR EM Business Office Secretary BUS DRIVERS Row 1: Robert Kluever, Milo Bickley, Mrs. Lela Spilde, Carroll Erickson, Warren Fessenden. Row 2: George Wersland, Emil Dahl, Ray Kluever, Earl Slade, Duane Leikness, Reuben Johnson, George McFarland, Walter Bohlman. COOKS Row 1: Miss Balicki, Cafeteria Manager; Row 2: Mrs. Roseanne Lund, Mrs. Anna Wersland, Mrs. Christy Lyons, Mrs. Harven Benson; Row 3: Mrs. Jacob Gerber, Mrs. Charles Barber, Mrs. Mansel Leek. MRS. MARILYN PAULL, MRS. OLIVE COLLINS, MRS. DOROTHY HANSON Librarians CUSTODIANS Row 1: Howard Arneson, Bernard Beske, Hjelmar Veland, Oburr Sperle; Row 2: James Amble, Sanford Simonson, Howard Hougan. William James O'Connell Freshman Forum - 1; Class President- 2,4; Youth Coun-cil-2, 3, 4 - Vice-President-4; Norwegian Dancers-2, 3, 4; “S99 Club-2, 3, 4; Intramurals- 3; Snowball Court-1; Prom Court-3; Homecoming Co-King-4;Track-l, 2, 3, 4-Co-Captain-3; Basketball-1 ,2; Football-1, 2, 3, 4 - Co-Captain-4. Louise Ann Venden Freshman Forum-1; National Honor Society-3,4; Philo-3, 4; Class Vice-President-3,4; Ski Club-3, 4-Secretary -4; Drama Club-2, 3; GAA -1, 2, 3, 4; Forensics-2, 3; Debate -2; Prom Court-3; Parrot -1,2; Yahara - 3,4; Band-1, 2. Pamela Sue Lynch Freshman Forum- 1; Class Secretary-4; Youth Council-4; Drama Club-4; Spanish Club-2, 3 - President- 3; Philo-3; GAA-1, 2, 3, 4 -Secretary- 3; Parrot-2; Ya-hara-2, 3, 4; “BM Cheer-leader-2, 3 - Captain- 3; ««Am Cheerleader - 4-Treasurer-4. Mark Hatlen Mennes Freshman Forum-1; Class Treasurer-4; Rifle Club- 2; Youth Council- 3, 4- Presi-dent-4; Parrot-4; Band- 1,2; Football-1, 2, 3, 4; Track-1, 3, 4; Volleyball-1, 3; Wrestling- 2, 3; Intramurals- 1, 2 3, 4; “S” Club - 4. Carolyn Jean Algrim Freshman Forum-1; Freshman Chorus-1; A Cappella-2, 3, 4; Youth Council- 2, 3, 4; GAA-3, 4; Drama Club - 4; Yahara- 2, 3, 4 - Business Mgr. - 4; Parrot-3, 4 - Edi-tor-in-Chief- 4; Quill and Scroll- 3, 4. Paulo Elizabeth Allen Freshman Forum-1; Freshman Chorus-1; Youth Council- 2, 3, 4; GAA- 2, 3, 4. Kathleen Sue Alshouse Freshman Forum-1; Library Club-1; Art Club-3; Forensics-1, 3; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4. Allen Virgil Anderson Freshman Forum-1.donita Janel Anderson Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 3; A Cappella-2,3, 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4. Beverly Jean Arneson Freshman Forum-1; FHA- 2, 3; MFA- 4; Band- 1. Georgia Belle Ascher Freshman Forum-1; Yahara - 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society-4; Drama Club-2, 3, 4- Secretary- 4 - student Director-4; Philo- 4; Band-1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band- 3, 4; Dance Band-2, 3, 4; Majorette- 1, 2, 3, 4 - Head-1; Forensics-1; State Contest One-Act Play-4; GAA-1, 2, 3, 4. Linda Lou Aslakson Freshman Forum-1; Freshman Chorus- 1; FHA- 2, 3; MFA- 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4. Bonnie Lu Bakke Joan fcliza Bennett Richard Lee Benson Larry Kenneth Berg Freshman Forum-1, Freshman Forum-1; Spanish 31ub- 2; Art Club- 3; Youth Council- 4 - Secretary - 4; GAA- 2, 3, 4. Freshman Forum-1; Youth Council- 2, 3; “S” Club- 2, 3,4-Secretary Treasurer-4; Football- 1, 2, 3; Wrestling- 1, 2, 3; Intramurais-2, 3, 4; Track - 3. Freshman Forum-1; Sportsman Club- 4; Science Club-2, 3; Football-1; Basketball-1, 2, 3; Baseball- 1, 2, 3.Rebecca Jane Beyer Freshman Forum-1; Philo-3,4; FHA-2, 3- Vice-Presi-dent-3; Nature Club - 4 -President- 4; Band- 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band- 3, 4; GAA-2, 3, 4. Eric Turmo Bjoin Freshman Forum- 1; Ski Club-3, 4; Youth Councll-2; “S” Club-2, 3, 4; Homecoming Court-4; Football-1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball-1; Track-1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling-2; Norwegian Dancers-3, 4. Christine Diane Borgen Freshman Forum- 1; GAA-1, 2, 3, 4 - Treasurer- 3; MFA- 2, 3, 4 - Treasurer-4; Philo- 3, 4 - Vice-President- 4; National Honor Society- 3, 4; Yahara- 3, 4 -Seniors Editor- 4; Band-1,2 3, 4; Pep Band- 2, 3, 4; Freshman Chorus- l;ACap-pella- 2, 3, 4 - Vice-President- 4; Accompanist- 1, 2, 3, 4; Good Citizenship Award- 4. Thomas Richard Bradley Freshman Forum- 1; Ski Club- 4; Rifle Club- 2; Youth Council- 3; Wrestling; Track. Susan Carolyn Brown Freshman Forum- 1; Yahara- 2; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4. Thomas Holden Carleton Richard L. Carr Linda Ann Coon Freshman Forum- 1; Ski Club- 3, 4; “S” Club- 2,3, 4; Drama Club- 2, 3, 4 -Vice-President- 3 - Three Act Play- 2, 3, 4; Band- 1, 2, 3, 4; Drum Major- 1, 2, 3, 4; Football-1; Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4 - Co-Captain- 4; Track- 2, 3, 4; Cross Country- 4; Volleyball- 1. Freshman Forum -1; FFA-2, Freshman Forum- 1. 3, 4; Wrestling- 3, 4.James Harold Cowee Freshman Forum- 1; Ski Club-3, 4 - Sgt. at Arms-4; Art Club- 3; Football-1; Intramurals- 1, 2, 3, 4. Rosemary Ann Daggett Freshman Forum- 1; FTA- 2, 3, 4 - Secretary-4; Philo- 3, 4; Band-1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band-3, 4; GAA-1, 2; National Honor Society-4. Jon David Dahle Freshman Forum- 1; “S99 Club- 4; Rifle Club - 4; Sportsman Club- 3,4-Vice-President- 3 - President - 4; Track- 3, 4; Cross Country-4; Intramurals- 1, 2, 3, 4. Letty Lawrence Dargis Transfer- 2; Drama Club-2, 3, 4 - Vice-President- 4; Library Club- 3, 4 - President - 4; Yahara- 3, 4; Photographer- 4; Parrot- 3, 4; Red Cross- 3, 4; GAA-3, 4; Philo- 3, 4; National Honor Society - 3, 4; Good Citizenship Award- 3. Willard L. Drogsvold Freshman Forum- 1. Charles Thomas Drotning Freshman Forum-1; National Honor Society-3, 4; Badger Boys State- 3; Good Citizenship Award-2; Student Council-2, 3, 4-Treasurer- 4; Prom Court- 3; Band- 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band-, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band-2, 3, 4; Track-2, 3, 4; Cross Country-3, 4; National Merit Scholarship Finalist-4. Clennis K. Edison Freshman Forum-1; Youth Council- 2, 3; Ski Club- 4; Class Treasurer- 2; Golf-1, 2; Wrestling- 2; Intramurals -3; National Honor Society - 4. Sally Kay Eggleson Freshman Forum- 1; Freshman Chorus- 1; A Cappella-2, 3, 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4. Mary Louise Ehle Louis Allan Eifert Parker J. Ellingson Jr. Anita Carol Ellis Freshman Forum-1; National Honor Society- 3, 4; Good Citizenship Award- 3; Philo-3, 4 - Secretary- 3 - President- 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4; FTA- 2, 3, 4 - Treasurer-3 - Vice President- 4; Student Council- 1; Band- 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Chorus- 1;A Cappella- 2, 3, 4; Pep Band-3, 4; Parrot- 1, 2; Yahara-3, 4 - Editor-in-Chief- 4; Quill and Scroll- 4;D.A.R. -4. Freshman Forum-1; Sportsman Club- 4 - Secretary-Treasurer- 4; Industrial Arts Club- 3 - Vice-President- 3; Cross Country- 3, 4; Basketball- 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis - 4. Freshman Forum- 1; Rifle Club- 2; Youth Council- 3, 4; «S” Club- 4; Football- 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling- 1, 2, 3; Baseball- 1, 2, 3, 4. Transfer- 4; Band- 4. Shelia Ann Forrer Freshman Forum- 1; GAA -3, 4; Drama Club- 2, 3, 4; Art Club- 4. Sharon Rae Fuller Freshman Forum-1; FHA 2, 3; GAA- 1, 2, 3. Connie Louise Gable Freshman Forum-1; GAA-1, 2; FHA- 2, 3. Diane Marie Gassen Drama Club- 2, 3; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4; Youth Council 4 -Treasurer- 4; Yahara- 3, 4; Parrot- 2; Band- 1, 2, 3$ 4.Thomas Gjertson Larry Gloyd Freshman Forum- 1; FFA-3, 4; Industrial Arts Club-2; Wrestling- 3, 4. Transfer- 2; Youth Council-3; Wrestling- 2. Nancy Ann Gloyd Transfer- 2; Youth Council-2, 3; GAA- 2, 3, 4; Drama Club- 4; Red Cross- 4; Ya-hara- 4; Parrot- 4 Larry Eugene Grefsheim Freshman Forum- 1; Industrial Arts Club- 3; Youth Council- 4; Basketball- 1; Golf- 4; Intramurals- 3, 4. Doreen Annette Grobler AFS Student; Student Council- 4; FTA- 4; Philo- 4; Homecoming Court- 4 Miriam A. Gullixson Freshman Forum- 1; MFA-3, 4 - Vice-President- 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4; FHA- 2; Freshman Chorus- 1; A Cap-pella- 2, 3, 4. Thomas George Hajny Freshman Forum- 1; Quill and Scroll- 4; Class president- 1; Science Club- 2 -Vice-President- 2; Ski Club-3, 4 - Vice President- 3; AFS- 2; Parrot- 1, 2, 3, 4; Football- 1, 2; Basketball-1, 2; Track- 1; Golf- 2; Volleyball- 2. Marilyn Kay Halverson Freshman Forum- 1; Drama Club- 2, 3, 4; Student Council- 1; Philo- 3, 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4; Band- 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society- 4.Ronald Jerome Halverson Gregory Lawrence Hanson Freshman Forum-1; Science Club- 2, 3; Sportsman Club - 4; Forensics-2; Debate-3; Parrot- 1, 2, 4; Crosscountry- 4; National Honor Society - 4. Freshman Forum- 1; Rifle Club- 2; Sportsman Club- 3; Camera Club- 4; Parrot- 4; Track- 3, 4; Baseball- 2; Intramurals- 1, 2, 3, 4. Linda Jean Hanson Freshman Forum- 1; FHA-2, 3, 4 - Degree Chairman-4. Ellen Mary Harried Freshman Forum -1; Nature Club - 2, 3,4 - Treasurer-4. William Andrew Harried Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 3, 4; Baseball- 2, 3, 4; Football- 1, 3; Basketball- 1, 2, 3; Sno-Ball Court -2. Robert Francis Hasz Freshman Forum-1; Science Club- 2; Youth Council- 3,4; “S” Club- 3, 4; Football- 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling- 2, 3, 4. Donna Lynn Hawkinson Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 3; Red Cross- 4; Ski Club- 3, 4; Drama Club-2, 3, 4; Parrot- 4; Yahara-4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4. Rebecca E. Hayter Freshman Forum- 1; Badger Girls State; Philo- 3, 4; Drama Club- 2, 3, 4 - Treasurer- 3; Yahara- 4 — Classes Editor- 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4 - President- 4; Library Club- 1, 2 - President - 2; Forensics- 2, 3, 4; Three-act Play- 1, 4; One-act Play- 1; National Honor Society- 4.Diane Kay Hernstine Freshman Forum- 1; FHA-2; Library Club- 1, 2, 3, 4-Vice-President- 2; FTA- 3; Philo- 3; GAA- 1, 2, 3. Judith Marie Hoffman Transfer- 2; Youth Council-2, 3; MFA- 4; GAA- 2, 3, 4; Red Cross- 2, 3; Band- 2,3, 4; Pep Band- 3, 4; A Cap-pella- 4; State Contest One-act Play- 4. Russell Owen Hellickson Freshman Forum-1; National Honor Society-3,4;Spade-3; Badger Boys State- 3; Class Treasurer- 3; Science Club- 2, 3; Athletic Board- 1, 2, 3, 4 - President-4; «S” Club- 2, 3, 4 - President-4; Homecoming Co-King- 4; Prom Court- 3; Football- 1, 2, 3, 4 - Co-Captain - 4; Wrestling- 2, 3, 4 - Co-Captain- 4; Baseball- 1, 2, 3, 4. Steven Jon Hiles Freshman Forum-1; National Honor Society- 3, 4; Badger Boys State- 3; Science Club- 2; Ski Club- 3, 4; “S” Club- 3, 4; Basketball- 1, 2, 3, 4; Tennis- 1, 2, 3, 4 -Captain- 4; Football- 1; National Merit Scholarship Finalist- 4. Judy Ann Holte Freshman Forum-1; Spanish Club-2; Youth Council-3,4; Yahara-3; Band-1, 2; GAA-1, 2, 3, 4; AFS- 3, 4-Presi-dent-4. Linda Diane Hougan Freshman Forum- 1; MFA-4; Band- 1, 2. Ronald L. Hoff Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 2; Intramurals- 3; Baseball- 3, 4. Leonard Michael Hubred Freshman Forum- 1.Dovid Clark Hughes Martha F. Hunt David Richard Jacobsen Gregory Kent Jensen Freshman Forum- 1; Ski Club- 3, 4; Art Club- 3, 4; Intramurals-3,4; Football-1. erary Publication- 4; A Cap-Pella- 1, 2; Wrestling- 1; Prom Committee- 3. Freshman Forum- 1; Badger Boys State- 3; Class President- 3; Student Council -1, 2 - Treasurer- 2; Science Club- 2; Art Club- 3, 4; Prom Court- 3: Student Lit- Freshman Forum- 1; FHA -2. Freshman Forum- 1; Rifle Club- 2; “S” Club- 4; Ski Club- 3, 4; Homecoming Court- 4; Basketball- l;Golf -1; Track- 3, 4; Volleyball-3; Football- 1, 2, 4. Mary Jo Jerdee Freshman Forum- 1; FHA-3, 4. Dale Allen Johnson Freshman Forum-1; Spanish Chib- 2; Dance Band- 3, 4; Band- 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band-3, 4. Richard Lee Johnson Freshman Forum-1; Sportsman Club- 3,4; Rifle Club-2. Susan Melissa Johnson Freshman Forum- 1; Freshman Chorus- 1; Youth Council- 3; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4.Phillip Gregory Jones Freshman Forum- 1; Ski Club- 3; Science Club- 2, 3; Basketball- 1; Football- 1; Track- 1, 2, 3, 4- Captain-3, 4; Cross Country- 2,3,4-Captain- 4; Volleyball- 3; Youth Council- 4; «S” Club-2, 3, 4. Judy I. Keehn Freshman Forum- 1; FHA -2, 3, 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Chrous- 1. George Leo Jorgenson Freshman Forum- 1; Nature Club- 2, 3, 4; Track- 2. Cynthia Marie Ketchum Freshman Forum- 1; Class Secretary- 1; Youth Council- 2, 3, 4; Student Council- 4; Yahara- 1, 2, 3; Band -1; GAA- 2, 3, 4; Norwegian Dancers- 2, 3, 4. Patricia Ann Judd Freshman Forum- 1; Par rot- 3, 4 - Co-editoral editor- 4. Katheryn Karol Keuper Freshman Forum- 1; FHA-2; MFA- 3, 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3; Freshman Chorus- 1. David Alan Kalland Freshman Forum-1; Spanish Club- 2; Band- 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band- 3, 4; Track- 3. Virginia Elizabeth Klawes Freshman Forum- 1; FHA-2, 3, 4 - Vice-President- 4; GAA- 3, 4; Freshman Chorus- 1.Jesse Dean Klingamon Freshman Forum- 1; Rifle Club- 2; Sportsman Club- 3; 4; Wrestling- 1, 2, 3; Cross Country- 3; Track- 3. Vickie Roe Knudson Freshman Forum- 1; Drama Club- 2, 3; Youth Council-2; Ski Club- 4; GAA- 2, 3, 4. Dean Arthur Kong Freshman Forum- 1; Industrial Arts Club- 2; FFA-3, 4; Wrestling- 3, 4. Carl Fredrick Kortte Freshman Forum-1; Sports man Club- 4. Robert B. Krueger Freshman Forum 1; A Cappella-1, 2, 3,4; Football- 1, 2, 3, 4; Science Club-2; Art Club-3, 4; Yahara-4 -Art Editor-4; Intramurals- 2, 3; Track- 2, 3; Prom Committe-3. Donald James Kvalheim Freshman Forum- 1; Nature Club- 2; Sportsman Club- 4. Louise Irene Lacy Freshman Forum- 1; MFA-2, 3, 4 - Secretary- 4; Student Council- 1, 2, 3, 4 -President- 4; Prom Court-3; Parrot- 1, 2; Yahara- 2, 4 - Editor of Organ! zations-4; Band- 1, 2,3,4; Pep Band-2, 3, 4; A Cappella- 2, 3, 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4. Alice Pauline Lally Freshman Forum- 1; GAA-3, 4; FHA- 2; FTA- 3,4,Sally Ann Larson Freshman Forum- 1; FHA-3; Drama Club- 1, 2; GAA- 1. 2, 3. Nancy Sue Learned Freshman Forum- 1. Jerry William Lemonds Freshman Forum- 1 Sandra Lee Lemonds Freshman Forum-1; GAA-1, 2, 3, 4; MFA- 4; Band- 2, 3. Kenneth Joseph LePine Freshman Forum- 1; Badger Boys State- 3;Athletic Board - 4- Vice President- 4; Rifle Club- 2; Science Club- 3; Drama Club- 4; “S” Club-3, 4 - Treasurer- 4; Norwegian Dancers- 3, 4; Homecoming Court- 4; State Contest One-act Play- 4; Three-act Play- 4; Football- 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball- 1; Wrestling- 2, 3; Track- 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals- 1, 2, 3, 4. Barbara Jean Link Freshman Forum-1; FHA-2, 3, 4 - Treasurer- 3; Secretary. 4; GAA- 4. Linda Leigh Lower Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 2, 3, 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4. Marjorie Lynn Lund Freshman Forum- 1; National Honor Society-3, 4; FTA-3, 4; Vice-President-3 - President - 4; Philo-3, 4 - Secretary - 4.Brenda Joyce Lunde Transfer- 3; Youth Council -3; GAA- 3, 4. Dennis Edmund Malinowski Freshman Forum- 1; Camera Club- 1, 2, 3, 4 - Vice-President- 2 - President- 3-Secretary- Treasurer-4; “S” Club- 4; Football- 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball- 1; Tennis- 4; Track- 1, 3; Intramurals- 2. Susan Ellen Lundgren Mary Lynn Luther F reshman Forum- 1; Drama Transfer- 4; Philo- 4; Ski Club- 2, 3; GAA- 1, 2, 3. Club- 4; GAA- 4; National Honor Society- 4. Holly Reuben Manson Freshman Forum- 1; Red Cross- 3, 4; Rifle Club-2; Youth Council- 3, 4; FFA-2; Parrot- 2, 3; Yahara- 2, 3, 4; Baseball- 1, 3, 4; Golf-2; Intramurals- 2, 3. Jill Ann Martinson Freshman Forum- 1; Nature Club- 2, 3; Parrot- 3, 4 -Staff reporter- 3- Page Editor- 4. Per Gront Lysne Freshman Forum-1; Science Club- 2; Youth Council- 3; Ski Club- 4; “S” Club- 2, 3, 4; Athletic Board- 3; Football- 1, 2, 3; Baseball- 3; Basketball- 1. Ronald Allen Maurer Freshman Forum- 1; Rifle Club- 2, 3; Sportsman Club -4.Terri Lynn McCall Peder N. Melhuse Lyle Henry Moe Julian A. Moen Freshman Forum-1; MFA-3, 4; Red Cross- 4; Drama Club- 2; Yahara 2, 3; A Cappella - 2, 3, 4-President-4; Freshman Chorus-1; GAA-l, 2, 3, 4. Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council-2; Ski Club- 3, 4-Treasurer-4; “S” Club-3, 4; Athletic Board-2; Prom Court-3; Baseball- 1, 2,3,4; Basketball- 1; Football- 2, 3, 4; Volleyball- 2, 3; In-tramurals- 2, 3, 4. Freshman Forum- 1; Rifle Club- 1; Sportsman Club-2; Wrestling- 1, 2, 3, 4. Freshman Forum- 1 Mary Ann Monson Freshman Forum- 1; FHA-3; Youth Council- 2; MFA-4; Band- 1. Michael Lee Mulcahy Freshman Forum-ljScience Club- 2; Youth Council- 3; Ski Club- 4; Track- 1, 2; Football- 1, 2. Marie Carol Myhre Freshman Forum- 1; GAA-1, 2, 3, 4; Youth Council- 3; MFA- 4; Yahara- 3, 4; Drama Club- 2; Freshman Chorus- 1; A Cappella- 2. James Allen Nelson Freshman Forum- 1; Art Club- 2; Ski Club-4; Sportsman Club- 3, 4; Youth Council- 3; Football- 1, 2, 3; Track- 2, 3.Mary Ann Nelson Freshman Forum-1; Youth Council-2; Spanish Club-2, 3, Band- 1, 2; Majorette-1, 2; GAA- 1, 2, 3. Roymond Xavier Netrefa Freshman Forum- 1; Rifle Club- 2; Sportsman Club- 3, 4. Kenneth Dale Nordlie Jody Emmons Norem Freshman Forum- 1; Athletic Board- 4; Youth Council- 2, 3, 4; “S” Club- 2, 3, 4 - Vice-President- 4; Homecoming Court- 4; Football- 1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling-1, 2, 3, 4 - Co-Captain- 4; Track- 2, 3, 4; Intramurals-1, 2. Freshman Forum- 1; Badger Boys State Alternate- 3; Athletic Board- 1; Science Club-1, 2; Youth Council- 3, 4; “S” Club- 2, 3, 4; Football-1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball- 1,2; Track- 1, 2, 3; Intramurals-3, 4. Mary Jo Norgaren Denny R. Norin Freshman Forum- 1; Class Freshman Forum-1;FFA-1 Secretary- 3; GAA-1; Drama Club- 2, 3; Ski Club- 4; Prom Court- 3; Parrot- 2; Yahara- 4. Douglas Wayne Noyce Dennis Allen Obrecht Freshman Forum- 1; Intra- Freshman Forum- 1; “S” murals- 1, 2, 3, 4. Club- 3, 4; Spanish Club-2; Youth Council- 3; Ski Club-4; Football- 1; Wrestling- 1, 2; Baseball- 1, 2; Cross Country- 3, 4; Intramurals-2, 3, 4.Clyde Roger Olson Freshman Forum-1; Science Club- 2; Ski Club- 3, 4; Band- 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band-2, 3; Track- 1, 2, 3; Cross Country- 2, 3; Wrestling- 4. Douglas Scott Olson Freshman Forum-1; Science Club- 2; Sportsman Club- 3, 4; Football- 1; Intramurals-2, 3; Wrestling- 3. Steven Arthur Olson Freshman Forum-1; FFA-1, 2,3,4- Treasurer- 2; Football- 1, 2, 3; Basketball- 1; Wrestling- 2; Baseball-1, 2, 3. William Thomas Onsgard Freshman Forum-1; Science Club- 3; Sportsman Club- 4; Football- 4; Intramurals- 1, 2, 3, 4. Catherine Lenore Onsrud Freshman Forum-1; Youth Council- 2; AFS 3,4; Art Club- 3, 4 - Treasurer-3; Secretary-4; Student Council- 2, 3, 4 - Treasurer-3; Ski Club- 3, 4; Yahara- 1, 2, 3, 4- Featurers Editor-4; Parrot- 3, 4- News Editor- 4; Band-l; GAA-1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Committee-3. Monte Low Ortman Freshman Forum-1; Youth Council-2; Sportsman Club-3, 4; Baseball-3. Bonnie Lu Ossmann Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 2; Library Club-2; MFA- 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4. Brett J. Peterson Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 2; Ski Club- 3, 4-Vice-President- 4; Foot-ball-1; Wrestling- 1; Golf-1.Robert Alvin Peterson Freshman Forum-1; Sportsman Club- 3, 4. Margo Joy Preston Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 3, 4; GAA- 2, 3, 4; Drama Club- 2; Yahara- 3, 4; National Honor Society-4. Thomas J. Pullman Freshman Forum- 1; Ski Club- 3; Science Club- 2, 3; Art Club- 4 - Treasurer-4, Cross Country- 2; Wrestling- 1. Donald Gene Quom Freshman Forum- 1; FFA-1, 2, 3, 4 - Secretary- 3; Reporter- 4; “S” Club- 4; Football- 1, 2, 3, 4; Intra-murals- 3, 4; National Honor Society- 4. R. Eric Quam Freshman Forum- 1; Camera Club- 2, 3, 4 - Secretary- 2; Vice-President -3; President- 4; Parrot- 1, 4; Wrestling- 2; Photographer-2, 3, 4; Three-act Play- 2,4. Patricia Lou Quale Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 2, 3, 4; GAA- 1, 2 3,4. Werner Dennis Rhyner Jr. Freshman Forum- 1; Student Council- 4; Rifle Club- 3; Science Club- 2; Sportsman Club- 4; Prom King - 3; Wrestling- 1. Nancy Lee Richmond Freshman Forum- 1; Nature Club- 4.Karen Kay Riddle Freshman Forum- 1; Nature Club- 2, 3, 4. Larry Norman Rinden Freshman Forum- 1; Nature Club- 2, 3, 4. Bruce Herman Rindt Freshman Forum-1; Science Club- 2; Cross Country- 3; Wrestling- 1, 2, 3; Intra-murals- 2, 3; National Honor Society- 4. Mary Lou Ring Freshman Forum- 1; FHA-3, 4 - Treasurer- 4. Marjorie Ann Rorge Freshman Forum-1; Class Vice-President - 1 - Secretary-2; Forensics-3; Snowball Court- 2; Homecoming Queen-4; GAA-1, 2, 3, 4-President-4; Norwegian Dancers-3, 4; AFS-4; Philo-3, 4; Student Council-3, 4-Secretary-4; Athletic Board Committee-3. John T. Rosenbaum Freshman Forum- 1; Rifle Club- 2; Sportsman Club-4; Intramurals- 3. Mary Jean Rustad Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 2; MFA- 3, 4 -President- 4; GAA-1,2,3,4; Freshman Chorus- l;ACap-pella- 3, 4. Jerry N. Schedel Freshman Forum- 1; FFA-3, 4 - Reporter- 3; Vice-President- 4; Band- 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band- 3, 4; Football-1, 2, 3,4; Wrestling-1,2,3,4.Sharon Ann Schmoll Donna Rae Schreiber Sonia Serstad Craig S. Shatto Freshman Forum- 1; Nature Club- 2, 3, 4 - Secretary-3, 4; Philo- 3, 4; National Honor Society- 4. Transfer- 4; Drama Club-4: GAA- 4. Freshman Forum- 1; Red Cross- 1; Spanish Club- 2; Drama Club- 2, 3, 4 - Public Relations- 4; “B” Cheerleading- 2; “AM Cheerleading - 3; Student Council- 4; Ski Club - 4; Norwegian Dancers- 4; Three-act Play-25 Homecoming Court- 4; Prom Queen- 3; Freshman Chorus- 1; A Cappella- 2; Parrot Staff- 1; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4 - Secretary- 3; Vice-President- 4. Freshman Forum- 1 Harvey R. Skaar Freshman Forum- 1; FFA-2, 3, 4 - Treasurer- 3; Sentinel- 4; Wrestling- 3; National Honor Society- 4. Larry Skaar Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 2, 3; Sportsman Club- 4; Wrestling- 3, 4; Baseball- 2, 3, 4. Milton James Sperle Freshman Forum- 1; FFA-2, 3, 4 - President- 4; Band-1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band- 3, 4; Dance Band- 2, 3; Football-1, 2, 3, 4; Wrestling- 2, 3; Track- 1. Sandro Dawn Sphatt Freshman Forum- 1; Badger Girls' State Alternate- 3; Red Cross- 1, 2, 3 - Vice-President- 2; Treasurer- 3; Youth Council- 2; Student Council- 2; Norwegian Dancers- 2, 3; Library Club- 1; Art Club- 4; Forensics- 2, 3, 4; Drama Club- 3, 4 -Treasurer- 4; Parrot- 1, 2, 4; GAA- 2, 3, 4; Cheerleader- 1, 2, 3; Homecoming Court- 4; Prom Com mi t-te . 3.Rosemary Ann Spilde Freshman Forum- 1; GAA-1, 2; FHA- 2; Drama Club-3, 4; Freshman Chorus- 1; A Cappella- 2, 3, 4. Charles Thomas Stiff Freshman Forum-1; Science Club- i, 2, 3; Sportsman Club- 4; “S” Club- 4; Foot- ball- i, 2, 3, 4; Baseball- 1, 2, 3, 4; National Honor Society- 4. Nancy Sue Stiklestad Freshman Forum-1; Spanish Club- 2; Youth Council- 3, 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4 - Vice-President- 4; Yahara- 2, 3, 4; Band- 1, 2. Mark Henry Stokstad Freshman Forum- 1; Student Council- 4; Rifle Club- 2; Camera Club- 3, 4; Drama Club- 3; Band- 1, 2, 3, 4; Pep Band- 3, 4; Dance Band-3, 4. Janelle Kay Streich Freshman Forum- 1; Drama Club- 3, 4 - Secretary- 3; President- 4; Three-act Play- 4; Yahara- 4; Band- 1, 2, 3, 4; Freshman Chorus-I 1; A Cape 11a- 2, 3, 4 - Librarian- 4; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4; Prom Court- 3; Majorette- 2, 3, 4 - HeaH- 4. Mary Amanda Strieker Transfer- 3; Library Club 4; Drama Club- 4; Art Club -3, 4; Yahara- 4; Art Editor-4; National Honor Society-4. Truman Allen Strommen Freshman Forum-1; Sportsman Club- 4- Treasurer- 4; Rifle Club- 3; Three-act Play- 1; Wrestling- 2, 3, 4; Baseball- 1, 2; Cross Country- 2. Duane Percy Swalheim Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 2; FFA- 2, 3, 4 -Treasurer- 4.Barbara Jean Swenson David Noel Swmgen Paul Herman Theiler Karen Louise Thompson Freshman Forum - 1; Youth Council- 4; GAA- 3, 4. Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 2,3; Drama Club-4; Three-act Play - 4 - State Contest One-act Play- 4; Football- 1; Cross Country-3, 4; Baseball- 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball- 1, 2, 3, 4 - Co-Captain- 4; Norwegian Dancers- 2, 3, 4. Freshman Forum- 1; Ski Club- 3; Youth Council- 2; Drama Club- 1, 2, 3, 4; Three-act Play- 1, 2, 3; Football- 1, 2, 3; Track- 3. Freshman Forum- 1; Quill and Scroll- 3, 4; Youth Council- 2, 3; Ski Club- 4; Band-1, 2; GAA- 2, 3, 4; Parrot- 2, 3, 4 - Features Editor- 4 - Assistant Editor-4; Yahara- 3, 4 - Sports Editor- 4. Richard August Tiemann Freshman Forum- 1 Sharon Kay Tofte Freshman Forum- 1; FTA-3; FHA- 4; Nature Club- 2; GAA- 1. Terry Eugene Topp Freshman Forum- 1; Track-3, 4. Rose Marlene Ursino Freshman Forum- 1; Youth Council- 2, 4; Freshman Chorus- 1; GAA- 1, 2, 3, 4.Christine Louise Veum Dennis Alton Weber Freshman Forum- 1; FHA- Freshman Forum- 1; Cam-25 FTA- 3; Nature- 4. era Club- 3,4; Science Club- 25 Ushers Club- 1, 2, 3, 45 Track- 1. Darlene M. Weiglein Roseanne Wells Freshman Forum- I5 FHA- Freshman Forum- 1; GAA-3, 45 GAA- 4. 1, 2, 3, 4; MFA- 4; Youth Council- 3; Freshman Chorus- 1. Mary Colleen Whaley Winston Roy Whitford Mary Ann Williams Susan Kathleen Williams Freshman Forum- I5 GAA- Transfer-4. 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Club- 1, 2, 35 Drama Club- 1, 2, 35 Forensics- 2. Freshman Forum- I5 Nature Club- 4; FTA- 35 FHA- 2. Freshman Forum- I5 Nature Club- 3, 4; FHA- 2; GAA-1, 2, 3, 4.Alice Marie Winters Amelia Marie Zander James Gerhart Zemke Freshman Forum-1; Nation- Freshman Forum- 1; FFA-al Honor Society-3, 4; Philo 1, 2; Rifle Club- 2, 3, 4; 3, 4 - Historian- 4; Library Football- 4; - Mgr. 4; Wrest-Club- 3, 4. ling- 4 - Mgr. -4. Freshman Forum - 1; FHA - 2. GRADUATING BUT NOT PICTURED Vernal Richard Bronson Daniel Jerome Larson Karen Anna Maerz Gary Michaelis Kris Tina Olson CLASS FLOWER-While Aster CLASS SONG - "On A Clear Day CLASS MOTTO - “The world is round, and the place that seems like the end may also be only the beginning"Class of '67 Row 1: S. Anderson, K. Arneson, J. Blakely, T. Anderson, J. Brown, R Bradley; Row 2: S. Bascombe, M. Baumgartner, D. Arnold, L. Aaberg, L. Burch, T. Anderson, L. Bruheim; Row 3: H Bjoln, B. Bates, L. Beyer, L. Brusegar, T. Bothum, R. Anderson, G. Christensen, J. Brodhagen. Row 1: J. Engels, P. Dohm, L. Collins, K. Deneen, J. Erickson, B. Elsing; Row 2: C. Collins, K, Ehle, P. Favreau, L. Christensen, J. Dawson, J. Erdahl, S. Folbrecht; Row 3: J. Christy, B. Drotning, D. Eastman, G. Everson, D. Christianson, J. Chritton, S. Daggett, N. Chritton.Class of '67 Row Is H. Hanson, C. Hansen, S. Gable, T. Halverson, T. Fosdal, R Grilley; Row 2: G. Graves, J. Gerber, B. Frank, K. Hanson, P. Frierdich, L. Grefsheim, B. Gunderson, S. Friedman; Row 3: L. Ganshert J. Halverson, B. Hale, R. Hanson, D. Gassen. D. Hanson, W. Graville, D. Graville. Row 1: N. Holtan, L. Haried, S. Johnsen, G. Haugen, L. Johnson, D. Hardin; Row 2: D. Juve, C. Jenkins, M. Hayter, P. Jacobson, D. Johnson, K. Johnson, C. Haried; Row 3: R. Jones, B. Heath, C. Kelley, T. Johnson, K. Juve, D. Harried, S. Hildebrandt; Row 4: S. Hubred, K. Hoel, D. Hvam, R. Hiles, S. Johnson.Class of '67 Row 1: D. Kind, W. Kittleson, L. Lund, R. Klingaman, B. Klingaman, P. McCarthy; Row 2: G. Martin, D. Mateika, J. King, B. Lacy, K. Lacy, N. Ketchum, L. Lund, L. Marsh; Row 3: T. Klongland, D. Kravick, J. Mahocker, K. Meixl, D. Leikness, B. Maerz, L. Krause, L. Kinnamon. Row 1: W. Pundt, M. Netrefa, T. Rand, D. Petty, S. Quam, R. Ramos; Row 2: J. Miller, J. Miller, S. Onsrud, I. Mlkkelson, M. Pfaffenbach, J. Olson, C. Olson, D. Miller; Row 3: L. Ossmann, K. Nlssler, R, Meyer, J. Moeser, L. Radeckl, D. Nelson, D. Plachetta, J. Offerdahl.Class of '67 Row 1: B. Spilde, V. Short, S. Spllde, D. Sproul, K. Seamonson, J. Shatto; Row 2: S. Schieldt, S. Rogers, M. Skough, J.Sperle,S. Rorge, M. Smith, J. Rasmussen, L. Scheel; Row 3: R. Scheel, J. Selbo, D. Schmidt, M. Roidt, T. Santos, R. Reppen, D. Silbaugh, L. Slinde. Row 1: R. Ursino, N. Stuvetraa, J. Zirk, P. Sproul, B. Scheldrup, R. Vetter; Row 2: L. Swalheim, K. Trow, S. Strieker, C. Zander, S. Vlndedahl, J. Stiklestad, M. Stenjem; Row 3: B. Sveum, D. Vale, R. Swangstu, A. Thorsen, B. Wennlund, S. Sybert, G. Wagaman; Row 4: T. Turner, J Winters. L. Sproul J. Topp, M. Vike, Jr.Class of '68 Row 1: K. Buskager, S. Arneson, J. Bolland, J. Bates, L. Christenson, C. Couch, L. Barrett; Row 2: L. Bascombe, J. Brown, K. Arneson, S. Chayka, C. Beck, S. Christensen, D. Bradford; Row 3: D. Cud-ney, P• Buchholz, J. Biermann, G. Christy, J. Arnold, T. Augustine; Row 4: R. Beaster, T. Bakken, R. Buckenmeyer, H. Brekke, A. Allen, R. Baldwin. Row 1: L. Erickson, J. Cunningham, V. Dargis, J. Evans, J. Fosdal, D. Dell; Row 2: A. Ellis D. Dickson, S. Elliott, R. Femrite, M. Erdahl, L. Cornell, C. Elsing; Row 3: D. Drogsvold, J. Eggleson, M. Coon, R. Farr, R. Dvorak; Row 4: S. Felio, G. Everson, E. Fons, R. Ehle.Class of '68 Row 1: J. Furseth, G. Hellickson, J. Halvorson, S. Geallis, S. Fuller, D Hillery; Row 2: S. Fuller, D. Harried, B. Hansen, G. Halverson, S. Harried, L. Handeland, W. Foss; Row 3: D. Holtan, R. Helges-tad, J. Haugen, G. Halvorson, R. Gullickson, S. Hoff, A. Gullixson; Row 4: D. Hanson, T Hove, L. Gunderson, M. Huston, R. Hanson, S. Hubing. Row Is L. Jones, D. Kong, L. Hunt, L. Kingery, D. Huston, G. Judd; Row 2: P. Iverson, D. Karlslyst, K. Johnson, L . Ladd, R. Klttleson, M. Johnson, G. Johnson; Row 3: P. Hubred, E. Hudkins, G. Kershaw, D. Julseth, J. Lacy, W. Kellnhofer; Row 4; R. Jasensky, J. Kinnamon, M. Kitson, L. Jerdee, J. Jacobs, P. Jacobson.Class of '68 Row 1: T. Mldthun, P. Lynch, K. Leikness, B. Maerz, M. Miller, L. Meixl; Row 2: J. Muetz, D. Lin-derud, K. Mayberry, P. Martinson, S. Leikness, D. Leikness, K. Larson; Row 3: K. Lamers, R. Mel-cher, L. Lee, R. Mulcahy, T. Lund, L. Meyer; Row 4: L. Larry, R. Lysne, J. Moe, M. McCarthy, B. Malinowski, M. Martinez. Row 1; A. Ofsthun, V. Paulson, D. Olson, B. Nelson, S. Natvig, L. Nelson; Row 2: S. Peterson, M. Ort-man, T. Ctasrud, R. Otteson, M. Peterson, B. Olson, G. Nordness; Row 3: R. Olson, G. Myrland, G. Paton, D. Outhouse, M. Owen, S. Onsrud; Row 4; S. Norin, D. Peterson, C. Piper, R. Onsrud, M. Nyhagen.Class of '68 Row 1: J. Skaar, A. Rogers, A. Quam, S. Severson, K. Radecki, P. Rice; Row 2: G. Santos, J. Sersch, D. Shatto, N. Rhyner, K. Richmond, P. Roidt, S. Rand; Row 3: R. Robertson, M. Sannes, G. Sawtelle, J. Schroeter, T. Reppen, J. Sorenson, J. Rorge; Row 4: L. Rambo, T Spangler, S. Schueller, L. Rein-stad, R. Ramsden, T. Rutlin, D. Ringgenberg. Row 1: P. Williams, C. Vlasak, R. Wethal, D. Williams, J. Thompson, T. Veek; Row 2: C. Starks, S. Young, D. Wright, D. Vale, B. Stiklestad, J. Zirk, L. Sylvester; Row 3; S. Sundby, B. Veland, L. Torke, S. Swenson, R. Sunne, J. Swerig; Row 4: J. Stokstad, T. White, P. Tenjum, P. Sveum, D. Venden, D. Stai, B. Tofte.den n Arnold, A. Burtness, D. Anderson, C. Bluel, V. Alme, S. Brewster, S. Alme; Row 2: G. Bol-K kin Berg s Bronson, L. Buskager, D. Aaberg, D. Barber, B. Carr, C. Bellamy; Row 3: B. Arnold, j' iSUer» T- Berndt, S. Arneson, D. Bunnell, K. Ahlgrim; Row 4: S. Buchholz, A. Adler, L. Anderson, Bates, M. Bradley. How 1: T. Dybevik, J. Everson, E. Hoff, R. Freund, D. Dalsoren, J. Dux, J. Favreau; Row 2: M. Dvorak, M. Dallman, L. Oestrlck, M. Gibbon, D. Goecks, D. Forrer, P. Engles, D. Femrite; Row 3; T. Dahle, D. Croft, J. Ehle, S. Christianson, S. Gardner, J. Clutter, S. Ganchert; Row 4: O. Forton, C. Crews, T. Deneen, J. Elvekrog, J. Elvekrog, K. Christianson, G. Christopher.Row 1: P. Graves, D. Hanson, S. Hanson, J. Helgestad, M. Hoel, B. Hernstine, L. Holcomb; Row 2: H. Halverson, G. Hessel, M. Harvey, L. Hanson, C. Christy, W. Groshong, C. Hanson; Row 3; F. Horn, S. Harvey, L. Grefsheim, D. Helium, M. Hanson, M. Harried, M. Gilbert; Row 4; S. Gunsolus, R. Harris, T. Hermann, K. Hanson, V. Hoel, M. Gloyd, E. Gassen. Row Is D. Johnson, J. Haugen, D. Huston, T. Jacobson, B. Johnson, W. Keehn, B. Kortte; Row 2: S. Hud-kins, T. JablonsVd, R. Johnson, D. Kind, R. Hubred, M. Iverson, L. Knight; Row 3: T. Kahl, R. Johnson, A. Keller, K. Johnson, V. Kenyon, T. Johnson, D. Johnson; Row 4: E. Kojo, R. Kong, D. Julseth, G. Kirby, T. Knight, D. Kitson, M. Johnson.Class of '69 Row 1: G. Nelson, M. Nelson, R. Martinez, K. Lathrop, S. Maerz, W. McGraw, D. Moe; Row 2- J Millar, D. LePine, M. Lacy, L. Luchsinger, J. Leikness, S. Llnnerud, L. Meyer; Row 3- M Kvalheim M. Larson, M. Miller, K. Lundgren, M. Myhre, S. Martinson, P. McKercher; Row 4; C Meyer C Krueger, P. Moeser, W. Marsh, P. Lacy, G. Matson, S. Meyr. Row 1: S. Peterson, L. Oren, D. Riddle, J. Qfsthun, S. Peterson, J. Padfield, R. Outhouse; Row 2: V. Nettum, D. Richmond, B. Preston, M. Nordlie, C. Parish, R. Rinden, R. Ree; Row 3: K. Otteson, H. North, K. Ramsden, N. Olson, V. Ramos, M. Peterson, J. Pundt; Row 4; R. Offerdahl, R. Nelson, L. Kvalheim, G. Redders, D. Offerdahl, M. Radecke.Class of '69 Row Is L. Ross, C. Skidmore, J. Teigen, S. Sproul, G. Rindt, R. Strandlie, D. Rhyner; Row 2: M. Schim-eifenig, M. Scholes, D. Thompson, D. Rorge, T. Strieker, H. Swalheim, J. Strandlie; Row 3: D. Sails-bery, N. Roneid, G. Sawtelle, J. Serstad, B. Thompson, P. Sphatt, D. Short; Row 4; C. Tofte, D. Smith-back, A. Schultz, G. Swingen, D. Sandmire, D. Selbo, T. Theobald, S. Sundby. Row Is S. Wedoe, D. Williams, R. Wersland, D. Trieloff, L. Wittig, R. Wright; Row 2: S. Vlndedahl, L. Wagner, J. Topp, K. Vale, S. Wikum, J. Trow, J. Veum; Row 3: D. West, L. Wood, D. Woodhouse, G. Vetter, D. Wendt, M. Vlke, B. Watson; Row 4; N. Whaley, D. Udstuen, K. Wedoe, J. Williams, K. Williams, D. Wennlund, P. Webster.Class Officers Class of '67 Pres. - R. Gullickson V. Pres. - M. Roidt Sec. - P. McCarthy Treas. - L. Burch Class of '68 Pres. - D. Venden V. Pres. - A. Rogers Sec. - B. Stiklestad Treas. - B. Veland Class of '69 Pres. - M. Hoel Sec. - B. Preston Treas. - M. DvorakRow 1: T. Anderson, C. Onsrud, S. Serstad, J. Brodhagen, A. Grobler, M. Nyhagen; Row 2: W. Groshong, C. Collins, R. Johnson, D. Wendt, B. Hansen, L. Marsh; Row 3: M. Gloyd, M. Stokstad, G. Paton, P. Sveum, W. Rhyner. D. Selbo; Sec. M. Rorge; Pres. R. Hellickson; Standing, K. LePine; K. Nordlie; B. Bates,Philomathia Row 1: M. Ehle, J. Erickson, L. Burch, P, Lynch, M. Pfaffenbach, K. Johnson, A. Grobler, L. Christensen; Row 2: D. Miller, B. Sveum, M. Rorge, S. Strieker, D. Juve, R. Daggett, J. Zirk, L. Marsh; Row 3: S. Schmoll, L. Collins, J. Sperle, M. Halverson, R. Hayter, K. Lacy, P. McCarthy, G. Wagaman, B. Spilde; Row 4: L. Venden, J. Offerdahl, P. Anderson, M. Lund, B. Beyer, L. Slinde, G. Ascher, N, Chritton. Row 1: D. Hawkinson, N. Gloyd, N. Stuvetraa, Pres., M. Hayter; Row 2: L. Dargis, Sec., M. Netrefa H. Manson, S. Eggleson.Norwegian Dancers C. Beck, D. Harried, S. Serstad, E. Bjoin, N. Chritton, K. LePine, C. Ketchum, D. Swingen, T. Anderson, B. O’Connell, K. Lacy, M. Rorge, L. Rambo, P. Iverson, R. Lysne, J. King, L. Haried, Accompanist, R. Vetter. The Norse Dancers, Stoughton’s good-will ambassadors, are pictured here doing “The Hailing”. L to R -R. Lysne, P. Iverson, D. Harried, J. King, L. Haried, M. Rorge, L. Rambo, C. Beck, S. Serstad, E. Bjoin, T. Anderson, B. O’Connell, N. Chritton, K. LePine, K. Lacy, J. Selbo, Cane holder -C. Ketchum, Hat kicker - D. Swingen, Accordionist - R. Vetter.AFS Annette Grobler Stoughton High again shared life in the United States with a student from abroad. This year’s Foreign Exchange Student, Annette Grobler, came to Stoughton from Pretoria, South Africa. Pictured above is Annette’s American family. Seated are Mr. and Mrs. Haskell Friedman. Standing are Susan, Annette, and David. Seated: J. Holte, A. Grobler-AFS student, S. Friedman, C. Ketchum, M. Rorge; Standing: F. Horn L. Lacy, T. Anderson, K. Hoel, D. Hughes, J. Jacobs, C. Hansen.“S” Club Row Is T. Strommen, T. Carleton, M. Mennes, T. Spangler, D. Schmidt, D. Malinowski; Row 2: P. Ellingson, R. Hasz, M. Sperle, D. Quam, B. Bates, P. Jones; Row 3: R. Hellick-son, S. Hiles, J. Moeser, W. Drotning, L. Haried, T. Turner; Row 4: W. O'Connell, K. LePine, C. Stiff, J. Selbo, J. Schedel, D. Harried; Row 5: P. Lysne, P. Melhuse, J. Norem, A. Thorson. Treas. - K. LePine V. Pres. - K. Nordlie Pres. - R. Hellickson Librarians Treas. - S. Rand V. Pres. - T. Onsrud Sec. - S. Chayka Hist. - M. Strieker Row 1: S. Strieker, L. Meixl, C. Elliott, R. Femrite, J. Bolland, K. Arneson; Row 2: C. Starks, S. Chayka, B. Stiklestad, D. Dickson, L. Nelson, T. Johnson, A. Ellis; Row 3: L. Chirstianson, L. Torke, D. Hanson, B. Maas, K. Lamers, A. Winters, D. Hillary.Youth Council Rowl; A. Quam, M. Rorge, R. Mulcahy, B. Wennlund, D. Johnson, S. Lelkness; Row 2: S. Hoff, C. Ulasach P. Rice, L. Kinnamon, J. Lacy, R. Grilley, J. Bates, D. Wright, P. Lynch; Row3: P. Frierdich, P. Allen! K. Larson, R. Reppen, D. Dvorak, V. Short, J. Blakeley; Row4: D. Gassen, R. Hoff, B. O'Connell, J. Bakken, J. Moeser, H. Manson, J. Winters, L. Grefsheim, T. Hove. Rowl: D. Vale, J. Sorenson, L. Lund, J. Erickson, P. Sproul, B. Sveum; Row2: C. Collins, J. Stiklestad, B. Harried, C.Ketchum, P.Iverson, S.Christensen; Row3: S.Onsrud, B. Veland, C. Algrim, N. Stiklestad, M. Mennes, J. Holte, T. Bailey, K. Lelkness; Row 4: K. Radecki, A. Rogers, S. Lacey, B. Malinowski, S. Johnson, P. Ellingson, S. Rorge, B. Spilde; Row 5: P. Sveum, J. Selbo, R. Gullickson, K. Nissler, B. Hasz, B. Hale, T. Turner, M. Owen.Dramatics How 1: L. Ladd, D. Shatto, K. Johnson, L. Christianson, L. Nelson, B. Stiklestad, S. Forrer, C. Elliott; Row 2: S. Rogers, D. Miller, S. Friedman, J. Olson, C. Beck, J. Cunningham, S. Strieker, M. Strieker, D. Bradford, J. Dawson, A. Ellis; Row 3: P. Favreau, K. Johnson, S. Anderson, K. Lamers, V. Dargis, K. Arneson, J. King, J. Sersch, B. Olson, K. Thompson; Row 3: P. Lynch, R. Spilde, N. Gloyd, M. Norgaren, S. Serstad, D. Schreiber, L. Venden, R. Hayter, C. Algrim, M. Halverson, D. Hawkinson; Row 4: D. Swlngen, K. LePine, E. Fons, A. Martin, G. Ascher, K. Ehle. V. Pres. - Letty Dargis Treas. - S. Sphatt Pres. - J. Streich Pub. Ch. - S. Serstad Sec. - G. Ascher “THE NIGHT OF JANUARY 16th” “The Night of January 16th”, a three-act comedy-drama, was successfully presented on April 28th and 29th in the high school cafeteria. Drama Club members and the cast worked hard to put on this jury trial at which members of the jury were picked from the audience. Upper left: - shows the make-up work behind the scenes. Lower left - is a scene during the final presentation.Camera Club Row Is Pres. E. Quam, Sec.-Treas. - D. Malinowski, D. Dickson, T. Onsrud, K. Arneson, L. Meixl, L. Dargis; Row 2: K. Peterson, M. Martinez, M. Stokstad, K. Meixl, G. Hanson, W. Graville, C. Hansen. Pres. - R. Gullickson Sec. - V. Dargis Treas. - S. Natvig Row 1: R. Gullickson, V. Dargis, S. Natvig, L. Ladd; Row 2: P. Lynch, G. Judd, D. Hanson, M. Coon, L. Jones.MFA Row Is K. Keuper, N. Stuvetraa, G. Santos, S. Arneson, S. Chayka, S. Geallis, S. Fuller, M. Ortman; Row 2: J. Hoffman, S. Rand, R. Otteson, M. Erdahl, L. Hunt, L. Hougan, M. Bieri, S. Harried; Row 3; B. Olson, T. McCall, S. Lemonds, R. Wells, L. Aslakson, B. Maerz, A. Gullixson, D. Kong; Row 4: P. McCarthy, J. Eggleson, M. Myhre, M. Netrefa, B. Arneson, S. Lundgren, L. Lee, M. Hayter. Pres. - M. Rustad V. Pres. - M. Gullixson Sec. - L. Lacy Treas. - C. Borgen Row 1: Pres. M. Lund, Vice Pres. M. Ehle, Treasurer S. Folbrecht, Secre. R. Daggett, K. Mayberry, A. Grobler; Row 2: J. Swerig, K. Deneen, K. Lacy, A. Lally, N. Chritton, J. Blakeley, G. Wagaman.FHA Row 1: L. Bmheim, D. Hillery, J. Muetz, C. Prosser, J. Zirk, D. Juve, C. Kittleson; Row 2- M. Stenjem C. Haried, S. Fuller, M. Johnson, N. Rhyner, D, Weiglein, C. Starks, J. Erdahl; Row 3: R. Femrite L. Cornell, M. Smith, M. Jerdee, L. Johnson, D. Huston, P. Williams, L. Barrett, G. Nordness; Row 4- K. Buskager, L. Torke, S. Severson, M. Skough, P. Buckholz, M. Miller, W. Pundt, G. Haugen, G. Graves.' Row 1: D. Olson, R. Wethal, J. Fosdal, C. Couch, R. Robertson, T. Augustine, V. Paulson; Row 2: C. Lathrop, R. Aaberg, L. Aaberg, J. Furseth, G. Sawtelle, b. Vale, T. Fosdal, R. Carr, L. Meyer; Row 3: D. Kong, T. Gjertson, S. Felio. S. Norin, R. Meyer, D. Stai, D. Norin, R. Scheel, R. Olson.Row 1: S. Tofte, N. Richmond, S. Williams, J. Rorge; Row 2: D. Sproul, K. Larsen, C. Veum, M. Williams, D. Linderud, L. Rinden; Row 3: J. Schroeter, G. Jorgenson, P. Lysne, G. Paton, T. Santos. Pres. - K. Hoel Sec. - S. Sundby Treas. - H. Hanson V. Pres. - E. Hudkins Row 1: K. Hoel, E. Hudkins, H. Hanson, S. Sundby; Row 2: J. Evans, J.McCarthy, B. Tofte, M. Kitson, R. Jasensky.Row 1: W. Groshong, L. Syvester, S. Fuller, S. Peterson, J. Dawson; Row 2: S. Rogers, A. Keller, D. Ringgenberg, E. Fons, D. Williams, C. Johnson.Row 1: A. Ofsthun, G. Crary, S. Quam, D. Drogsvold, A. Thorson, S. Hubing; Row 2: M. Peterson, B. Elsing, J. Hougan, D. Holtan, W. Kellnhofer, G. Kershaw, L. Oestrich; Row 3: D. Silbaugh, D. Cudney, J. Topp, R. Farr, L. Gunderson, L. Ossman, G. Eastman, G. Hellickson; Row 4: L. Labre, L. Radecki, L. Brusegar, D. Eastman, C. Piper, R. Onsrud, D. Nelson, D. Outhouse. Sportsman Club Row 1: C. Kortte, D. Petty, D. Kvalheim, L. Haried, D. Harried, J. Engels, R. Mauer, R. Peterson; Row 2: L. Swalheim, R. Kittleson, J. Skaar, D. Dell, J. Klingaman, W. Kittleson, L. Skaar, J. Thompson, D. Leikness; Row 3: D. Olson, L. Berg, L. Ganshert, M. Ortman, R. Johnson, R. Jones, H. Bjoin; Row 4: T. Spangler, D. Schmidt, W. Rhyner, L. Moe, C. Stiff, R. Halvorson, J. Jacobs; Row 5: J. Rosenbaum, D. Halzel, R. Netrefa, R. Hanson, D. Gas sen, D. Peterson, L. Ram bo, G. Everson. Sec. - L. Eifert V. Pres. - T. Strommen Pres. - J. Dahle Rifle Club Pres. - T. Halverson Sec. - J. Bolland V. Pres. - M. Sannes Treas. - D. Nelson Planning Comm. - J. ZemkeGAA BADMINTON CHAMPS Louise Venden and Adrienne Martin Seated; Noon Pres. - R. Hayter Night Pres. - M. Rorge Standing: Noon V. Pres. - N. Stiklestad Noon Sec. - J. Offerdahl Treas. - L. Marsh Night Sec. - C. Collins Night V. Pres. - S. Serstad BASKETBALL AND VOLLEYBALL CHAMPS Row 1: M. Rustad, K. Thompson, S. Serstad; Row 2: N. Gloyd, T. McCall, M. Gullixson, M. Luther; Row 3: D. Hawkinson, M. Preston, N. Stiklestad, R. Hayter, G. Ascher.Viking Band Rowl: M. Ehle, R. Daggett, B. Beyer, J. Offerdahl, L. Collins; Row 2: J. Hoffman, M. Halverson, C. Dahl, B. Maas, K. Johnson, L. Lacy, D. Miller; Row3: A. Ellis, R. Gullickson, G. Wagaman, D. Lin-nerud, J. Sersch, T. Bailey, S. Anderson, D. Gassen, N. Chritton, T. Anderson, P. Anderson; Row 4: P. Tenjum, D. Thornton, M. Sperle, B. Lacy, C. Borgen, J. Zirk, S. Daggett, B. Drotning, B. Bates, K. Nissler, S. Christensen, S. Harried, J. Evans, R. Robertson, Mr. Gohlke.N. Chritton, G. Asher, J. Streich, head, T. Bailey, D. Venden. Howl: K. Mayberry, S. Friedman, S. Rorge, G. Asher; Row2: L. Grefsheim, S. Strieker, L. Ladd, D. Venden, B. Scheldrup, V. Short, T. Anderson; Row3: S. Schieldt, J. Streich, K. Hoel, D. Johnson, M. Martinez, B. Frank, K Larson, D. Arnold, K. Richmond; Row4; M. Stokstad, K. Lammers, J. Bates, J. Schedel, J. Moe, J. Lacy, B. Harried, N. Ketchum, C. Olson, L. Beyer, D. Kalland, T. Carleton, C. Drot-ning; Row 5: H. Hanson, D. Nelson, T. Rand, A, Rogers, S. Chayka, T. Veek.Row 1: M. Nyhagen, N. Gloyd,S.Serstad, M. Baumgartner, C. Olson, B. Scheldrup, S. Severson, L. Kingery; Row 2: B. Hansen, K. Thompson, M. Luther, S. Peterson, T. Veek, D. Hawkinson, V. Knudson, C. Johnson, L. Sylvester; Row 3: D. Obrecht, A. Martin, E. Bjoin, M. Norgaren, L. Gloyd, B. Lenzer, M. Huston, C. Olson, W. Culham, J. Shatto; Row 4: D. Jacobsen, J. Nelson, S. Hiles, P. Tenjum, T. Carleton, G. Jenson, T. Hajny, R Hiles, S. Honson, K. LePine. Pres. - M. Pfaffenbach V. Pres. - B. Peterson Sgt. at Arms - J. Cowee Sec. - L. Venden Treas. - M. Nyhagen Dance Band Row 1: M. Martinez, L. Collins, B. Frank, D. Arnold, J. Offerdahl; Row 2: S. Daggett, J. Zirk, B. Drot-ning, B. Bates, J. Anderson; Row 3: G. Ascher, D. Johnson, D. Kalland, M. Stokstad, L. Beyer, T. Rand, C. Drotning.Art Club Row 1: S. Hildebrandt, J. Gerber, S. Sphatt, T. Anderson, J. Brodhagen, I. Mikkelson, S. Onsrud; Row 2: L. Scheel, D. Miller, P. Roidt, S. Forrer, L. Burch, S. Vindedahl, L. Marsh, S. Bascombe; Row 3: D. Mateika, S. Gable, L. Labre, J. Chritton, N. Holtan, D. Williams, M. Strieker; Row 4: B. Krueger, D. Hughes, R. Hiles, D. Hvam, G. Jensen, T. Johnson, P. Anderson, D. Kind. Row 1: J. Blakely, D. Thornton, E. Fons, G. Ascher, R. Hayter. Row 2: L. Ladd, A. Grobler, K Johnson, S. Friedman.A’Cappella Row 1: P. Iverson, J. Hoffman, D. Kong, K. Trow, S. Salisbury, N. Stuvetraa, L. Scheel, J. Sersch, S. Folbrecht, J. Erdahl, B. Anderson; Row 2: P. Rice, D. Johnson, C. Borgen, M. Ehle, J. Lacy, D. Wendt, T. Bailey, S. Chayka, J. Eggleson, K. Arneson, M. Erdahl; Row 3: L. Lacy, C. Algrim, S. Anderson, J. Streich, S. Norin, J. Sawtelle, R. Robertson, K. Ehle, M. Gullixson, T. McCall, A. GulUxson, R. Otteson; Row 4: J. Blakely, M. Coon, K. Hoel, K. Meixl, K. Larson, B. Krueger, M. Rustad, M. Netrefa, R. Spilde, G. Santos, C. Dahl. V. Pres. - C. Borgen Lib. - K. Ehle Pres. - T. McCall Libr. - J. Streich Robe Mistress - M. Rustad Sec. - M. Gullixson Freshman Chorus Row 1: L. Luchsinger, M. Harvey, D. Trieloff, J. Favreau, P. West, G. Graves, D. Anderson; Row 2: V. Nettum, L. Wagner, C. Bellamy, B. Berg, C. Elsing, T. Jablonski, J. Millar, G. Bolden, M. Stenjem; Row 3: S. Kinnamon, B. Thompson, J. Teigen, B. Hernstine, M. Vike, G. Sawtelle, W. Arnold, R. Wright; Row 4: M. Peterson, L. Grefsheim, V. Ramos, S. Brewster, V. Alme, J. Hougan, H. North.Row 1: J. Sperle, C. Onsrud, T. Anderson, M. Baumgartner, N. Gloyd, L. Dargis, P. Dohm; How 2: K Thompson, J. Martinson, S. Sphatt, P. Judd, M. Pfaffenbach, D. Hawkinson, K. Ehle, J. Dawson; Row 3: C . Hansen, S. Johnsen, J. Chritton, N. Chritton, M. Mennes, E. Quam, G. Martin: Row 4: T. Hajny, D. Swingen, K. Meixl, G. Everson, G. Hanson, R. Halvorson, G. Wagaman.At right: Editor-in-Chief—C. Algrim P a r r o t Row 1: M. Ehle, R. Daggett, B. Beyer, S. Rorge,G. Ascher, S. Friedman, B. Maas, S. Strieker, J. Hoffman, S. Anderson; Row2: L. Lacy, J. Offerdahl, L. Collins, B. Frank; Row3: S. Schieldt, T. Anderson, P. Anderson, J. Streich, D. Nelson; Row4: P. Tenjum, M. Sperle, B. Drotning, J. Zirk, C, Borgen, T. Rand, S. Daggett, A. Rogers, B. Bates, 1C Nissler, Mr. Gohlke; Row 5: C. Drotning, L. Beyer, D. Kal-land, J. Schedel, N. Ketchum, D. Johnson, K. Hoel; Row6: M. Stokstad, R. Robertson. Yahara Organizations-Louise Lacy Cover-Robert Krueger Art-Mandy Strieker EDITOR-IN-CHIEF - Mary Ehle ADVISOR - Mr. Fortney Classes-Rebecca Hayter Faculty-Letty Dargis Seniors-Christine Borgen Features-Cathy Onsrud Sports-Karen Thompson‘Gridiron Thrill’ Front row: Managers D. Hanson, B. Drotnlng, J. Engels; Row 2: Coach M. Degeneff, Coach M. Thompson, Co-Captain R. Helleckson, Co-Captain B. O'Connell, Head Coach R. Lord, Coach W. Koenig; Row 3: P. Melhuse, C. Stiff, D. Malinowski, P. Ellingson, D. Jacobson, R. Hanson; Row 4; J. Shatto, T. Spangler, L. Harried, A.Thorson, B. Onsgard, W. Culham; Row 5: R Ramos, R. Lysne, G. Everson, T. Hove, R. Ehle, H. Hanson; Row6: B.Malinowski, J. Furseth, R. Kittleson, D. Dvorak, G. Helleckson, J. Hougan; Row 7: K. Nordlie, M. Sperle, E.Bjoin, J. Schedel, K. LePine, J. Norem; Row 8: J. Selbo, M. Owen, J. Sannes, M. Mennes, D. Schmidt, H. Bjoin, P. Outhouse. . . Hit ’Um Lowr - --- ---------- Dennis Malinowski Hill Onsgard Jerry schedel Mark Mennes David Jacobson Eric Bjoin Jody Norem Parker Ellingson Milton Sperle Ken Nordlic Robert Hasz harles Stiff Bill O’Connell Russell Hellickson Co-Captain Co-Captain Stoughton found itself in last place as the dust cleared on the Badger Conference football fields. The Norsemen lost all seven games in Conference plays. The Vikings rolled up 1,493 yards in scrimmage play, 709 yards passing, and 784 rushing. Twenty-two touchdowns were scored by Stoughton’s opponents while the Vikings tallied nine. In the first downs department, Stoughton picked up 94. They lost 130 yards on penalties.CROSS COUNTRY Quadrangular at Middleton — St. 24, Mid. 38, Jeff. 63, Ed. 101 Triangular at Stoughton — F.A. 20, St. 39, S.P. 67 Madison West Invitational — Burlington 63, F.A. 101, St. 158 Triangular at Stoughton — St. 24, M.G. 42, Ed. 70 Ft. Atkinson Invitational — Burlington 35, F.A. 42, Ore. 82, St. 85 Triangular ot Stoughton — St. ond Mid. 37, Monroe 52 Quadrangular at Sun Prairie — Mid. 35, St. 39, S.P. 58, Jeff. 71 Dual, Oregon — Oregon 21, St. 36 Badger Conference — St. 70, F.A. 71 Mid. 72 Sectionals — 5th of Twelve Harriers Capture Crown Row 1: L. Rambo, S. Sundby, P. Jones, O. Harried, T. Turner. Row 2: T. Carleton, C. Drotning, J. Dahle, K. Nissler, B. Bates, Coach Fuller. Row 3; Manager R. Gullickson, J. Moeser, G. Swingen, J. Jacobs. The mighty Cross Country team coached by Mr. Irwin Fuller added another gleaming trophy to our case this year. Coming from a third place last year, the thinclads improved to win the 1965-66 Badger Conference trophy. Mr. Selbo proudly presents Coach Irwin Fuller and Captain Phil Jones with the Conference First Place cross country trophy.Cagers Stage Spectacular Comeback Place Second Conference Standings Monona Grove 12- 2 Stoughton 9- 5 Monroe 8- 6 Edgerton 8- 6 Jefferson 8- 6 Fort Atkinson 6- 8 Sun Prairie 3-11 Middleton 3-11 In Conference TOURNAMENT we they Edgerton 76 60 Jefferson 72 65 Monroe 65 61 Monona Grove 49 51 Row 1: L. Eifert, T. Carleton, Coach Larry Marshall, D. Swingen, S. Hiles; Row 2: C. Hansen, J. Selbo, R. Hanson, T. Turner, G. Christensen, G. Everson. There is quite a difference between last place to the runner-up slot In the Badger Conference. This year Coach Larry Marshall and his team battled to this position. At the beginning of the basketball season the team was not rated in any way. However, as the basketball season has drawn to a close, Stoughton has found her team not only In second place in the conference, but also has found that the team has made a real effort in tournament action, and finished the season with a record of 13 wins and 9 defeats.Seniors Mr. Marshall and his seniors who helped bring the Vikings to second place last season. Front row: L. Eifert, T. Carle-ton, Coach Marshall; Second row: D. Swingen, S. Hiles. Basketball we they we they REEDSBURG 74 60 BARABOO 64 75 EDGEWOOD 64 65 60 80 EDGERTON 75 44 95 75 JEFFERSON 82 66 74 80 MONROE 59 60 67 52 FT. ATKINSON 68 64 77 74 SUN PRAIRIE 94 52 55 68 MONONA GROVE 54 70 53 104 MIDDLETON 83 62 78 65Jayvees And Frosh Show Bright Future Row Is J. Schroeter, G. Paton, R. Lysne, M. Kitson, L. Rambo, J. Jacobs; Row 2: Coach Ken Peth, T. Spangler, Peterson, J. Moeser, P. Sveum, J. Winters, Manager G. Evenson. Good coaching by Mr. Ken Peth, an excellent shooting team, and desire to play the game of basketball has led the Viking tiB9f squad up to a great record of 13 wins, 3 loses, and 1 tie. Over the past years the coaching of Rodger Roloff has frequently produced winning seasons for his freshman teams. This year was by far the best, as the freshman ended the season undefeated with a 14-0 record. Row 1: G. Swingen, K. Hanson, P. Moeser, D. Selbo, M. Gloyd, T. Deneen; Row 2: Manager T. Jacobson, D. Thompson, D. Rorge, F. Horn, T. Berndt, M. Bradley, D. Kitson, P. McKercher, J. Everson, Coach Rodger Roloff. fKings Of The Mat 95 Lacy 20- 6- 1 103 Kilileson, R. 18- 6- 1 112 Sirommen 18- 6 112 Sundby 0- 3 120 Skaar, J. 3- 9 120 Hellickson, G. 2- 4 120 Nelson, R. 2- 1 127 Aaberg 22- 3- 2 133 Haried 2-13 138 Skaar, L. 8- 9- 1 145 Holian 5- 8- 1 145 Nissler 0- 1 154 Moe 13- 5- 2 154 Kiiileson, W. 0- 1 165 Nordlie 21- 6- 2 165 Gjerison 0- 1 180 Hellickson, R. 29- 0 (22 pins) 180 Hasz 1- 0 Hwi. Schedel 23- 2- 1 Captains of the 1966 Wrestling squad Russ Hellickson and Ken Nordlie accept the Badger Conference trophy. Row 1: Coach Marchionda, M. Lacy, R. Kittleson, T. Strom men, J. Skaar, L. Aaberg, L. Harried, Coach La Verne Pieper; Row 2: L. Skaar, N. Holtan, L. Moe, K. Nordlie, R. Hellickson, J. Schedel. WE THEY STOUGHTON 7-0 MONROE 6-1 22 17 FT. ATKINSON 5-2 28 14 JEFFERSON 4-3 27 15 EDGERTON 2-5 32 11 SUN PRAIRIE 2-5 34 14 MIDDLETON 1-6 40 6 MONONA GROVE 1-6 41 11 Larry Aaberg has his man all but leaving the mat as he takes second in the State meet. Jerry Schedel has his opponent in a predicament as he wins the Conference Title by pinning a heavyweight from Monroe.Jayvees Row 1: M. Iverson, D. Moe, R. Nelson, G. Hellickson, S. Salisbury, R. Tofte. Row 2: Coach Marchionda, S. Felio, K. Nissler, W. Kittleson, S. Gunsolus, D. Schmidt, A. Ofsthun, Coach Pieper. Track Row 1 J. Winters, D. Harried, R. Hanson, G. Fverson, K. LePine, J. Dahle, M. Roidt, M. Owen, M. Harried, L. Rambo. Row 2: J. Schedel, B. Bates, C. Drotning, R. Hiles, T. Deneen, S. Salisbury, S. Gunsolus, R Bunnell, B. Hanson. Row 3: T. Carleton, K. Nordlie, B. Radecki, N. Holtan, T. Berndt, S. Sundby, M. Bradley, G. S nngen, D. Riddle, H. Hanson, P. Jones, Coach Fuller, Coach Thompson. Row 4: R. Dvorak, D. Jacobson, D. Hanson, S. Hubing, J. Jacobs, Manager R. Gullickson.T ennis Front Row: Nissler, Captain; Hiles; Turner. Second Row: Coach Roger Roloff; Schroeter; Moeser; Johnson. Jayvees Row 1: T. Jacobson, O. Forton, T. Dybevik, D. Williams, Row 2: Coach Roloff, B. Malinowski, H. Brekke, M. Martinez.Row Is R. Melcher, C. Horn, R. Johnson, S. Olson. Row 2: R. Lysne, G, Paton, Captain L. Grefsheim, D. Peterson, K. Hoel. Baseball Golf Front Row: Manager R. Heath, B. Harried, R. Hellickson, P. Lysne, P. Melhuse, Manager G. Evenson.Second Row: Coach Larry Marshall, G. Hellickson, D. Selbo, M.Gloyd, T. Spangler, D. Hvam, L. Harried, B.Hale, J. Selbo, M. Vike, C. Hansen.Cheerleaders “A” TEAM Trudy Anderson, Shirley Vindedahl, Sonja Christiansen, I iz Kingery, Pam Lynch. “B” TEAM Front Row: Beverly Hanson, Cathy Collins, Peggy Iverson. Second Row: Barbara Lacy, Kathy Lacy, Nancy Chritton. FRESHMEN Diane LePine, Linda Luchsinger, Julie Serstad Patty LacyAwards Front Row: Mr. William Koenig, Tom Carleton, Russell Hellickson, Ken Nordlie; Back Row: Phil Jones, Bill O'Connell, Louis Eifert, Lyle Moe, Tom Turner. Tom Carleton Russell Hellickson Ken Nordlie Phil Jones Bill O'Connell Louis Eifert Lyle Moe Tom Turner Most Valuable Basketball Player Most Valuable Wrestler Guy Sundt Award Most Valuable Football Player Honorary “S" Award Ken Kingery Track Award Most Improved Football Player Most Improved Basketball Player Most Improved Wrestler Free Throw Award Below: Speaker-Mr. Edsel Schweizer, Luther College Coach Left:Master of Ceremonies-Mr. Robert Peterson Right: Student Speaker-Russ HellicksonHomecoming 1965 Queen Margie RorgeThe Senior Class took second with a giant spider.Prom 1966 Queen Kristi Ehle King Robbie GrilleyUnderwater Enchantment Lyle Harried Class Treasurer, Leona Burch Pat McCarthy, Class Secretary Tom TurnerSyttende Mai Queen Nancy is crowned by Mayor Cooper Court: Cynthia Ketchum, Terri McCall, Margie Rorge, and Queen Nancy Stiklestad. Candidates: G. Ascher, S. Eggleson, S. Fuller, D. Gassen, C. Ketchum, V. Klawes, T. McCall, M. Mhyre, C. Onsrud, M. Rorge, S. Serstad, S. Sphatt, N. Stickelstad, J. Streich.Prom 1965 A Mystic Place Royal Court Secretary - Mary Jo Norgaren and Peder Melhuse Vice President - Louise Venden and Charles Drotning Louise Lacy and Spade, Russell Hellickson Spoon, Marcia Weber and William O’Connell Janelle Streich and President David Hughes Queen Sonia Serstad King Werner RhynerSPIN LIKE A TOP PI nflTJ AAAAAH! SUSIE Q. THE ONE IN THE LAP IS A 95 LB. WRESTLER. SIMPLY CHARMING! CAREFUL! SMILE, YOU'RE ON CANDID CAMERA! HAPPY BIRTHDAY, CLENNIS THE BELLES-OF THE BALL! MY HOW THINGS HAVE CHANGED! EXISTENTIALISM, ANYONE? STILL PLAYING WITH DOLLS, JUDY?National Honor Society Seated: C. Drotning, R. Helllckson, S. Hiles, D. Quam, C. Edison, B. Rindt. Standing: A. Winters, S. Schmoll, R. Hayter, M. Luther, M. Lund, M. Halverson, G. Ascher, L. Dargis, L. Venden, M. Strieker, R. Halverson, R. Daggett, C. Stiff, C. Borgen, H. Skaar, M. Ehle. rfl) taMi jjOWORS Awards•Honor xonrd Hanquct KEGONSASCHOOL STOUGHTON, WISCONSIN MAY 4, lOGG 'fteripierds nf Awards NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SENIORS JUNIORS ROTARY Georgia Ascher William Drotning Christine Borgen Christine Borgen Roger Gullickson Letty Dargis Rosemary Daggett Kay L. Johnson Charles Drotning Letty Dargis Lou Ann Lund Mary Ehle Charles Drotning Judy Offerdahl David Hughes Clennis Edison Jackie Sperle Mary Ehle Beverly Spilde SPOON: Marilyn Halverson Barbara Sveum Ronald Halvorson Rebecca Hayter Russell Hellickson Ruth Vetter Kay Johnson Steven Hiles GOOD CITIZENSHIP SPADE: Marjorie Lund AWARD William Drotning Mary Luther Thomas Carleton Margo Preston Robert Hasz GIRLS STATE Donald Quam Jesse Klingaman Kathy Lacy Bruce Rindt Louise Lacy BOYS STATE Sharon Schmoll Holly Monson William Drotning Harvey Skaar Mark Mennes Roger Gullickson Charles Stiff Kenneth Nordlie Brian Hale Mary Strieker Marjorie Rorge Charles Hanson Louise Venden Jerry Schedel David Harried Alice Winters Milton Sperle Milton Sperle Mary Strieker Mary Williams Nancy Learned Thomas Gjertson UONS AWARDS Agriculture Art Bus. Education Home Econ. Ind. Arts Foreign Language Rosemary Daggett Mathematics Steven Hiles Science Louise Venden Social Studies Ronald Halvorson English Charles Drotning AMERICAN LEGION AWARD Thomas Carleton ARION AWARDS Instrumental- Christine Borgen Vocal- Miriam Gullixson SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS Blue Stocking Marilyn Halverson M.F.A. Janelle Streich ■S’ Club Russell Hellickson Youth Council Kenneth Nordlie Mark Mennes Jaycees Ronald Halvorson F.F.A. Steven Olson Philo Marjorie Lund Rosemary Daggett Science Club Louise Venden Art Club Mary Strieker Rotary Mary Ehle-Letty Dargis Lions Christine Borgen Alice Winters Nelson Muffler Dennis Malinowski Ben Waite Charles Drotning Steven Hiles Jeff Sannes S.E.A.Badger Girls and Boys State Row 1: D. Harried, L. Collins, C. Hansen; Row 2: J. Selbo, B. Hale, R. Gullickson, B. Drotning. Not pictured is K. Lacy. Spoon Spade Bill Drotning and Kay JohnsonTSCH! JINGLE BELLS, YOUR HIGHNESS. BUT MOTHER, I SAID IT WOULDN’T FIT! GLAMOUR TRUMPETER’S LULLABY WHISTLE BAIT! 1 ASHES, ASHES, THEY ALL FALL DOWN.’ WILLY GUESS WHICH! JUST ONE OF THOSE DAYS! FAIR SPEECHLESS MESSAGES MUSCLEMEN! EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CUTIE! RUSSIE, HOW YOU CHANGED!Candid Comments MARY STICKER - Discretion of speech is more than eloquence. LARRY GREFSHEIM - He has an overwhelming love for physical calm. HARVEY SKAAR - All the really good ideas I ever had came to me while I was milking a cow. BARB SWENSON - I am the most curious of all to see what will be the next thing that I do. LARRY BERG - Whenever I think, I make a mistake. WINSTON WHITFORD - With me a change of trouble is as good as a vacation. DONNA SCHREIBER - We women don't care too much about getting our pictures on money as long as we can get out hands on it. LINDA ASLAKSON - Love makes the world go round, but so does too much red pepper in the chili. ROBERT HASZ - He who hesitates loses the place to park his car. ROSEMARY DAGGETT - Consideration for others is the basis of a good life, a good society. TOM GJERTSON - We like him. He is every other inch a gentleman. DIANE GASSEN - She, generally speaking, is generally speaking. SUSAN BROWN - If you ask her how she is, she'll tell you. ELLEN HARRIED - She understands the gentle art of enhancing her charm by pretending not to l)e aware of it. CLYDE OLSON - Had I been present at the creation, I would have given some useful hints for the better ordering of the universe. TRUMAN STROMMEN - When he gets into a taxi, they leave the “vacant" sign up. CAROLYN ALGRIM - The female answer to Horace Greeley. BEVERLY ARNESON - The meek shall inherit the earth, and it's just as well - no one else could pay the inheritance tax. TOM BRADLEY - Now and then a collision occurs when another driver and I go after the same pedestrian. JIM COWEE - Our idea of the meanest guy in the world is the guy who was deaf and never told his barber. RON HALVERSON - He not only knows all the answers, he can think up problems to fit them. LINDA HOUGAN - I never trouble trouble until trouble troubles me. CRAIG SHATTO - I like getting into hot water. It keeps me clean! MARK STOKSTAD - Alexander is dead. Caesar is dead. Napoleon is dead, and I'm feeling a little sick today. DUANE SWALHEIM - As strong and as dependable as the Rock of Gibraltar - but far more sociable. NANCY STIKLESTAD - I was cut out to be an angel but somebody ran off with the pattern. DALE JOHNSON - An all-around guy and a guy all around. SUE JOHNSON - If I had the wings of an angel, wouldn't I look silly? PHIL JONES - He knows that track and cross country are not the only places where a fast line counts. MARTHA HUNT - She appears quiet, but we wonder sometimes. DOUG NOYCE - If all high school boys who slept in class were laid end to end, they would be much more comfortable. CLENNIS EDISON - Clennis can take something you already know and make it sound confusing. SALLY EGGLESON - She'll tell you to do something exactly the way you decided to do it in the beginning. BILL HARRIED - He'll double his efforts after he has forgotten his objectives. DAVE HUGHES - He can look at a sausage and think of Picasso. SUSAN WILLIAMS - Love at first sight is such a time saver. JUDY HOLTE - She has what it takes to take what you have. BECKY HAYTER - There are two kinds of voters - Republicans, and a lot of ignorant, prejudiced fools. PARKER ELLINGSON - He can attend a peace conference without getting in a fight. RICHARD JOHNSON - He looks safe and sound, but so does gunpowder. GEORGE JORGENSON - When the finest men are needed, he'll be one of the few chosen. DAVID KALLAND - When I feel like working, I just lie down till the feeling goes away. SANDRA SPHATT - I refuse to walk in the tracks of others; I'll make my own. KAREN THOMPSON - I was a girl scout until I started being a “boy" scout. SHARON TOFTE - Every girl is a volume if you know how to read it. DENNIS WEBER - Pll be out in five minutes, fellas. I got to do my homework. ROSEMARY SPILDE - They say love makes the world go round. Catch me, Pm getting dizzy. LARRY GLOYD - A man is greater than any book. That’s why I make it a point to keep away from libraries. JANELLE STREICH - Her mood doesn’t change with the weather. It's unclouded all the time. PER LYSNE - He favors not the five day week, but the five day weekend. DONNA HAWKINSON - The devil is a sissy compared to me. MILTON SPERLE - Pm the patient type. Who’s the nurse? BRETT PETERSON - I don't want to set the world on fire - just the school. ROBERT PETERSON - The silent type. THOMAS PULLMAN - From skiing to scratching on X-ray films. PATRICIA QUALE - Energy with a capital “E." DONALD QUAM - The habit of going to the bottom of things usually lands a man on top. ERIC QUAM - He's the type who hits the nail squarely on the thumb. WERNER RHYNER - Since when was genius found respectable? NANCY RICHMOND - Diligence is the mother of good fortune. DENNY NORIN - Wouldn't it be great if I could get pumpkins to grown on trees? DENNIS OBRECHT - My memory is so bad that many times I forget my own name! DOUGLAS OLSON - The car to watch is the car behind the car in front of you. KRISTINA OLSON - Kristina! Do you smell something burning?LARRY SKAAR - The girls are still fighting over who saw him first. MIKE MULCAHY - Fve been referred to as a ten o'clock scholar, among other things. PAT MCCARTHY - BP Gosh and BP Gory! St. Paddy did bless us with this charming colleen. CHUCK STIFF - If a thing goes without saying, let it. VICKI KNUD SON - We girls don't believe anything we hear, but that doesn't keep us from repeating it. TERRY TOPP - Of course I'm a good driver! I always look both ways before running a red light. ROSE URSINO - “What a Day For a Daydream!" BONITA ANDERSON - A charter member of the Pepsi generation. MARY JO NORGAREN - Teachers tell me I'm irreplaceable ... but what do they mean? BARBARA LINK - She seems quiet, but so do tigers. MARK MENNES - He's listed with the accident prone. DENNIS MALINOWSKI - We can always use one more good Irishman. TERRI MCCALL - We tried calling her “Sweet Nightingale" but she got mad. JULIAN MOEN - The butcher, baker, candlestick maker routine was washed up, so we struck out on our own. MARIE MYHRE - She's really quite nice, but when she gets behind the wheel she's known as the “East Side Terror.'' RAY NETREFA - He regards his car like most people feel about Mother. BOB KRUEGER - Proof that the cultural world likes the farm. DONALD KVALHEIM - Napoleon was no stomper either. JESSE KLINGAMAN - That's our boy! ALICE LALLY - She's really very nice, but what a wicked drop shot in GAA! MARGIE LUND - My grades are uppermost in my mind. (They're also uppermost in my class.) DANIEL LARSON - If I laid all my report cards for the last four years end to end, we'd have a disaster area. CYNTHIA KETCHUM - Don't worry about me. I'll get there. LOUISE LACY - For four years I've worked and planned, received honors and awards. What did it get me? ulcer. BRENDE LUNDE - She had lived here once, moved down to Chicago, but couldn't get along without us so moved back - a true Norwegian. RON HOFF - Some of my greatest trials happened at noon hour when I found my lunch was missing. KATHY KEUPER - You guys, you'll never guess what happened to me yesterday! KEN LEPINE - Cool it, girls. For him, east is east and west is Oregon. JAMES NELSON - Hercules uncharmed! MARY MONSON - A ring on the finger is worth two on the phone. MARY LUTHER - I've only been here a year, but during that time Pve created more commotion than any other person in the past three years. PAMELA LYNCH - Beneath that exterior of trouble and commortion beats a heart of.. . of. MARY LOU RING - Like an oyster - you may not see the pearl, but it's there. MARJORIE RORGE - Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. JOHN ROSENBAUM - Even when laws have been written down, they ought not always to remain unaltered. JILL MARTINSON - .... If I die before I wake, help Pat finish the editorial page alone. ERIC BJOIN - But officer, it's not really my fault, it's that tiger they put under the hood. NANCY LEARNED - “Learned" is what I hope to get in school. MARGO PRESTON - Pm still trying to get my driver's license. SANDY LEMONDS - I find I spend most of my time telling people how to pronounce my last name. JUDY KEEHN - A girl who knows tomorrow why the things she said yesterday didn't happen today. VIRGINIA KLAWES - She needs no eulogy; she speaks for herself. BILL O'CONNELL - They can say only the good die young; Pll be around for at least seventy-five years. KAREN MAERZ - See that girl with the smile? SALLY LARSON - So I said to myself, "Self..." LYLE MOE - Would you believe . . . KEN NORDLIE - Take it easy, honey - he's like that with all the girls. BECKY BEYER - Her happiness is a result of being too busy to be miserable. GEORGIA ASCHER - You wouldn't kid me, would ya? RUSSELL HELLICKSON - What he can't do, can't be done. STEVE HILES - Related to Einstein. SHEILA FORRER - It doesn't take noise to be a personality. LINDA HANSON - Late hours aren't good for one, but they'll do for two. LETTY DARGIS - She's a contribution to the world of science. ALLEN ANDERSON - Why aren't they all contented like me? ALICE WINTERS - Laugh and be merry. You can't get out of this world alive. MARY RUSTAD - Smiles and practicality. JERRY SCHEDEL - "Good Sport" of the year. SHARON SCHMOLL - Silence gives grace to a girl. AMELIA ZANDER - Too bad more people don't have her friendliness. JAMES ZEMKE - Note to hunters; If it stands on its hind legs, and has a pipe in its mouth, it isn't a squirrel. MARY JO JERDEE - Who drives the horses of the sun shall lord it but a day; better the lowly deed were done, and kept the humble way. GARY MICHAELIS - On their own merits modest men are silent. LINDA COON - Do your duty, and leave the rest to heaven. BONNIE BAKKE - Neither will I put myself forward as others may do. JERRY LEMONDS - Punctuality is the art of guessing how late the other fellow is going to be. DARLENE WEIGLEIN - Little said is soon amended.TOM HAJNY - Pm still trying to make both weekends meet. CHUCK DROTNING - One wno has finally discovered that there are some questions to which nobody has the answers. PAUL THEILER - If I hadn’t been born, people would wonder why. HOLLY MANSON - They used to spell his first name with only one “1” until he got old enough to talk. KAREN RIDDLE - After four years of high school, we’re still trying to figure out this 1‘riddle.”. DAVE SWINGEN - The dramatic critic’s meat is the ham actor. PAT JUDD - A great editor. She can make a long story short. LEONARD HU BRED - A guy who looks both ways before crossing a one way street. DAVE JACOBSEN - A guy who enjoys life, liberty, and the happiness of pursuit. GREG JENSEN - My car is so fast it registers sixty in a parking place. WILLARD DROGSVOLD - Work is the greatest thing in the world, so we should always save some of it for tomorrow. SHARON FULLER - Horse-sense is a sterling quality, but let’s skip what it did for the horse. ANITA ELLIS - A person who never makes a mistake gets pretty bored. JUDY HOFFMAN - Conscience helps, but the fear of getting caught doesn’t do any harm either. VERNAL BRONSON - If all the cars at a busy corner were laid end to end, some dumbbell would pull out and trv to pass. NANCY GLOYD - She always knows what to do until it happens. MIRIAM GULLIXSON - She says she doesn’t care which side her bread is buttered on, because she eats both sides anyway. LINDA LOWER - I had to see if it was true blondes had more fun. CHRISTINE BORGEN - She can listen to the William Tell Overture and not think of the Lone Ranger. JON DAHLE - He’ll try to keep politics out of politics. SONIA SERSTAD - She’ll quit playing ball after she makes a good catch. LOUIS EIFERT - He works harder than any other lazy person in the world. LOUISE VENDEN - Able to say what she thinks and get out of range before it’s understood. STEVE OLSON - His virtues are probably but vices disguised. JODY NOREM - Bardahl! GREG HANSON - He hasn’t let anybody pin anything on him since he was a baby. CHRIS VEUM - Solitude is the test nurse of wisdom. RICHARD TIEMANN- Onward and upward! DEAN KONG - Can we ever really have too much of a good thing? CATHERINE ONSRUD - As good be out of the world as out of fashion. MONTIE ORTMAN - Owls don’t say much either.. LARRY RINDEN - Whenever everybody tends to his own business, news is scarce. BRUCE RINDT - The man who saves money nowadays isn’t a miser; he’s a wizard. MARY WHALEY - An unspoken word never causes trouble. ROSANNE WELLS - A handful of fun is better than a bushel of learning. MARY ANNE WILLIAMS - A quiet sort and a lot of fun, cheerful as the morning sun. PAULA ALLEN - She has both feet firmly planted - in the air. RICHARD CARR - I guess I let yesterday use up too much of today. KATHLEEN ALSHOUSE - To fool the world, tell the truth. MARY EHLE - Actually, we girls can keep secrets as well as men. It just takes more of us. ANNETTE GROBLER - Something sweet from South Africa. SUSAN LUNDGREN - Evidence why gentlemen prefer blondes. MARILYN HALVERSON - To know is nothing at all; to imagine is everything. TOM CARLETON - I like girls, but they keep fogging my tie clip. BILL ONSGARD - A stitch in time is worth two in the bush. RON MAUER - And a woman is only a woman, but a good cigar is a smoke! RICHARD BENSON - I think that I shall never see a billboard as lovely as a tree. Perhaps unless the billboards fall, I’ll never see a tree at all. JOAN BENNETT - Who walks with beauty has no need to fear. MARY ANN NELSON - Just walking my cat named Dog. CONNIE GABLE - Hey! Something wonderful happened! CARL KORTTE - These are the times that try men’s lives. DIANE HERNSTINE - If at first you don’t succeed, forget it. BONNIE OSSMAN - Good things come in small packages.CLASS GEORGE JORGENSON gives his walk to Dennis Silbaugh. GREG JENSON wills his car to some underclassman interested in running a taxi service. RICHARD JOHNSON bequeaths his deep voice to Allen Thorson. DAVE KALLAND gives his smile to Lyle Haried. CYNTHIA KETCHUM wills her stomping ability to Carol Beck. DEAN KONG leaves trying to change his name to King. JESSE KLINGAMAN gives his poetry recitals to any junior taking English IV A next year. VIRGINIA KLAWES leaves as a Future Homemaker of America. DON KVALHEIM gives his superiority complex to Mike Peterson. KARL KORTTE leaves the teachers trying to figure out if it's one “t” or two. BOB KRUEGER leaves his green pants to the Jolly Giant. VICKI KNUDSON bequeaths her nice clothes to Jackie Brodhagen. PAM LYNCH gives her cheering yells to next year’s Yellers. KEN LEPINE wants to give his personality to some deserving junior, but there aren’t any. DUANE SWALHEIM leaves working hard toward success. KAREN THOMPSON hustles off toward college prospects. SHARON TOFTE gallops away quietly - as always. PAUL THEILER wills his lost love life to Rod Hansen and George Christensen. RICHARD TIE MANN sets out to overcome higher goals. ROSE URSINO and CHRISTINE VEUM leave with many fond memories of the past four years. LOUISE VENDEN leaves hoping she never has to make up the school days she missed. WINSTON WHITFORD wills his devotion to school to Rocco Ursino. ALICE WINTERS wills her position in the class to anyone who can work hard enough. DENNIS WEBER wills his antics to the next three classes. MARY WILLIAMS and ROSEANNE WELLS depart after wonderful years at S.H.S. SUSAN WILLIAMS wills her mysterious ways to Batman. MOLLY ZANDER leaves her femininity to Sharon Rogers. JIM ZEMKE gives his place as wrestling manager to whoever else can make a winner. BONITA ANDERSON goes on her “bonnie” way. VERNAL BRONSON gives his first name to anybody with enough daring to accept it. RICK CARR races down the street. WILLARD DROGSVOLD gives his red hair to “Bumba” Heath. ANITA ELLIS is waiting for her graduation. ANNETTE GROBLER gives her accent to everyone, but keeps her experiences for herself. KAREN MAERZ and DIANE HERNSTEIN return to their full-time jobs. RON HOFF gives his last name to the Big Bad Wolf. GREG HANSON gives his Honda to Steve Gable. SALLY LARSON leaves her peroxide bottle to Barb Lacy and Jean Erickson. BILL O’CONNELL leaves his way with girls to Phil Moeser. BONNIE BAKKE will never be “Bakk” at SHS. LINDA COON will leave soon. TERRY TOPP leaves in a spin. NANCY GLOYD leaves her fun-loving ways to Sonja Christiansen. LOUISE LACY leaves with a “Charlie” horse. MARY LUTHER gives a “3” in behavior to Mr. Peth. DONNA SCHREIBER gives her place at the 3rd floor desk to Pat Favreau. DARLENE WEIGLEIN and MARY JO JERDEE leave SHS and its bulletin boards. KAREN RIDDLE leaves her puzzling name to Harry Davanovitch. CRAIG SHATTO leaves his artistic ability to Gene Martin. MARY EHLE leaves with a few grey hairs and Yahara ’66. PAT QUALE wills her Florida vacations to Peggy Iverson. ERIC QUAM leaves a burnt-out flashbulb to Mr. Fortney. MARGIE RORGE bequeaths her Homecoming crown to the lucky girl who becomes queen next year. WERNER RHYNER leaves hoping he can get the car Saturday night .... BRUCE RINDT wills his job as grocery boy to Roger Gullickson. MARY RING leaves with bells on her toes. LARRY RINDEN leaves tip-toeing out of school. NANCY RICHMOND leaves yelling “Hurrah!” MARY RUSTAD and MILT SPERLE leave taking a walk in the country. NANCY STICKLESTAD leaves bidding Mr. Wilde farewell. MARY STRICKER wills her art talent to Noreen Ketchum. MARK STOKSTAD bequeaths his calloused fingertips to Lanny Beyer. DAVE SWINGEN leaves Ol’ Uncle Deeterbug behind. CHUCK STIFF leaves his Auf Wiederschens to Frau Wedeward. ROSEMARY SPILDE leaves in a little green car. TRUMAN STROMMEN leaves looking up to Vicki. SHARON SCHMOLL leaves with slacks on. JERRY SCHEDEL leaves his place on the football team to all the underclassmen. BARB SWENSON leaves Mr. Keepers without a typist. JAN STREICH wills her baton to anyone who thinks they are good enough. LARRY SKAAR leaves the girls where he found them. HARVEY SKAAR leaves laughing - as always. BRENDA LUNDE leaves, hoping to get a job on the “Untouchables.” NANCY LEARNED leaves, a little more “learned.” JULIAN MOEN bequeaths everyone a chocolate covered doughnut. LYLE MOE leaves his wrestling strength to Mike Lacy. DOUG NOYCE leaves gladly. JODY NOREM leaves all his problems with the administration to Paul, David, and John Selbo. GARY MICHAELIS leaves hoping never to be found out. JERRY LEMONDS leaves with him. RON MAURER wills his shifty eyes to Carol Beck. KRIS OLSON leaves one of many.WILL V. PAT JUDD and JILL MARTINSON leave discussing Parrot editorials. DONNA HAWKINSON leaves - Great Scott! RUSS HELLICKSON leaves with a full trophy case. PHIL JONES and JUDY HOLTE go hand-in-hand. DALE “PEANUTS” JOHNSON leaves his baritone to Maren Nyhagen. DAVE JACOBSEN sprints to Jeanne Rorge's. DENNIS OBRECHT wills an A W Root Beer jug to Jeanette and Jill Zirk. MONTE ORTMAN leaves a little braver. STEVE OLSON leaves doing a cheer for 4-H clubs everywhere. CATHY ONSRUD wills her dancing ability to the underclassmen. BONNIE OSSMANN leaves as Mr. Gibbon's trustworthy assistant. TOM PULLMAN wills his hair to Karl Nissler. MARGO PRESTON wills her grades to her sister. DON QUAM leaves his high grade-point to Mark Sannes. MARTHA HUNT leaves with a ‘‘Tally Ho.” JUDY HOFFMAN wills her smile to Gail Judd. LINDA HOUGAN leaves waiting for the rest of us to grow up. PAT MCCARTHY leaves her good Polish name to Pat McCarthy. SANDY LEMONDS leaves in a burgundy Baracuda. MARIE MYHRE leaves her driving abilities to Leona Burch. DAN LARSON leaves his long hair to Sara Onsrud; he thought her ears looked cold. PER LYSNE leaves Ills charm to any upcoming ladies' man. LINDA LOWER leaves her empty chair in the fourth hour discussion club to Cathy Collins. With a flash of speed, a cloud of dust, and a hearty ‘‘Hi, Ho Gerabaldi” leaves DENNY NORIN. DOUG OLSON leaves Sandy Buchholz with no locker to stand by at noon hour. MARK MENNES leaves slightly damaged from four active years of sports. DENNIS MALINOWSKI leaves his tattered Polish flag to his brother Bob, and then starts running. MIKE MULCAHY leaves hoping that Mrs. Enge finally learned how to pronounce his name. RAY NETREFA wills his wild weekends to Roger Offerdahl. MARY ANNE NELSON leaves grumbling about having to work. KEN NORDLIE bequeaths his blonde hair to Tim Klongland. MARY JO NORGAREN leaves in chaos. BARBARA LINK leaves her knowledge of milking cows to Betty Elsing. JON DAHLE leaves his intramural scoring ability to Henry Halverson. BEV ARNESON and MARGIE LUND leave as Miss Pike's prize students. ELLEN HARRIED leaves with a smile. SHARON FULLER gives her brown eyes to Liz Kingery. LARRY GLOYD escapes. CLENNIS EDISON is dying to go. LARRY GREFSHEIM bequeaths his golf clubs to Richard Melcher. TERRI MCCALL and MIRIAM GULLICKSON go in pursuit of college guys. LINDA HANSON leaves as a fine bookkeeping student. CONNIE GABLE leaves her brother behind. DAVE HUGHES and MARILYN HALVERSON leave together. PARKER ELLINGSON leaves a little “stubby.” SHEILA FORRER gives her horses to Kris Ehle. TOM GJERTSON leaves an empty spot by Paula's locker. RON HALVERSON leaves articulating. TOM HAJNY goes with a last laugh. DIANE GASSEN gives her big voice to Carol Beck. SALLY EGGLESON leaves Mrs. Utter voiceless. REBECCA HAYTER and SANDY SPHATT leave shouting, “Goldwater forever.” BOB IIASZ leaves as Russ's strongest competition. LOUIE EIFERT takes his “stuff” shots to Whitewater. LEONARD HUBRED gives his greasy kid stuff to Vitalis commercials. BILL “TOOTER” HARRIED leaves the nicest guy in the senior class. CHUCK DROTNING bequeaths his mental capacities to the whole junior class. KATHY KEUPER and SUSAN LUNDGREN go away “plotting little schemes.” JUDY KEEHN leaves the nurse's office with one less patient. STEVE “GOMER” HILES leaves his tennis racket collection to Tommy Turner and “Wally” Moeser. JIM NELSON leaves his physique to John “Mouse” Evans. LARRY BERG and JOHN ROSENBAUM pool their cars in a salvage business. LINDA ASLAKSON leaves flying high with her head in the clouds. CAROLYN ALGRIM wills Parrot editorship to Nancy Chritton. RICHARD BENSON gives his curly hair to Rocco Ursino. LETTY DARGIS leaves an all-male physics class. JOAN BENNETT wills her modeling ability to Penny Sphatt. SONIA SERSTAD leaves her ability with boys to Wendy Sundby. CHRISTINE BORGEN leaves musical ability and brains to Bill Drotning. ROSEMARY DAGGETT leaves quietly. PAULA ALLEN wills her pierced ears to Janey Gerber. BECKY BEYER and ALICE LALLY leave their height to Diane LePine and Cheryl Hansen. GEORGIA ASCHER gives her red hair to Martha Johnson. KATHY ALSHOUSE, MARY MONSON, MARY WHALEY, AND SUE JOHNSON leave for previous engagements. SUSAN BROWN gives her debating ability to Jan Dawson. TOM BRADLEY leaves gladly. ERIC BJOIN, PETE MELHUSE, BRETT PETERSON, AND CLYDE OLSON leave for Vale. ALLEN ANDERSON gives his long hair to Chuckle Hanson. BILL ONSGARD leaves his string of fifteen perfect papers to Mr. Smith. JIM COWEE wills his cool wavs to Tim Klongland. TOM CARLETON leaves some of his height to Randy Rhee. HOLLY MANSON leaves for Luther College. BOB PETERSON bequeaths his truck-driving skills to Rolf Lysne.Laws and BylawsBoard of Education Carl Popanz Mrs. Nora Sundby Edwin Nelson Leo Hvam Richard Volenberg Dr. Francis Schammel Treasurer Dr. David Smedal Board President Truman Felland Clerk Mrs. Marian ThompsonHigh School Floor Plan New $TO«U0f «♦ |CM I «M Ej '!»£ « lO«4( cuw ‘ ° io0 O t o »T u« r o i«c . . k XKU4. Off Cl 0»"CI JE] E -teorw (Ndl »-0 Ct »» • 00 0" ’ to . V0C L Mux r £ K£9- III tlflil" ' CM . « 0JtCT STOMAOC TfAM DOOM -y— =7b NrtOh love 0 H W 0 •00 ■ - ■ - r ■ ‘■it. s : The floor plan of the new high school propos 1965 and to be completed in the fall of 1967."Th e wo rid is round, and the place that seems like the end may also be only the beginning." Author Unknown As we, the Seniors, walk down these halls we have come to know so well and close these doors on the best four years of our life, we leave the underclassmen with the thoughts which have served us so well. Cherish these wonderful years and the friends who share them with you, so that you may look back upon these years as we do now, with a heart full of fond memories. They are, as we have come to realize, the best years of your life. Make the best of the wonderful opportunities they offer.Acknowledgments We want to express our sincere appreciation to Mr. Steven Fortney, aur Faculty advisor, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miedema, Jr., publishers, Mr Arthur Wendt, photographer, and the Administration, Faculty, and Business Office for their cooperation and help in producing this yearbook.

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