Technical High School - Techoes Yearbook (St Cloud, MN)

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The Red River carts no longer trek their way over the prairies and wooded hills of Minnesota but the fulfilment of the desires and hopes of these early Minne- sotans still lies in the hands of the youth of today. So to you, students of Tech, we dedicate this book knowing that you too will reach and cross your frontiers. tx '-,.-1' :- sx7f2-Eisisflg ' W Lffi, Z,-'Y ?2f?'F X ,- J' Z gg 1-.1,...'ii:' C 0 IIUR LEADERS TIHISE LED-- HUNIIRS CLASS UF '41 IMHHNG THE YEAR HUMECUMINGH UUR HERUESH UFF MUMENTS- lllll 'l' X 7 HM E -we-'TWAS MADE OF LOGS One of the first desires of the pioneers was to educate their children. Many of the first schools of central Minnesota were log in structure. THE LITTLE RED SCHOOL As settlement advanced our log schools gave way to the traditional "little red school". Many of these still stand and are used by the X children of the present. ,jr lui -OUR MODERN TECH , The school our fathers dreamed would someday stand. 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' i , A 77 ? f K 5 , .3-I-L, ,. lr A X .,,- - ' ' ir, I ,' !,,- f 4,,f'4 - V - . ,? - Lf-"" l --- .Q , -- f v ', -if g f Y i' - ' I-f-"1-xizd ix l i 7' S . Y 7 K - M ' Y ' .f -:- A :" EUGENHN' 'VRHCl'itT'H ' -S ' Page 11 Page 12 The preceedmg d1v1s1on page shows the Red Rner carts Wlth then' squeakmg wheels on then' vs ax to the settlements of the Ixorth . . . 7 . Y Y V , .1 I . f I f ll . ' V' 'If .f U V x, J I QT' I f 3 - "! , " fu ' , 5 f f " I ADMII TRATIUN In a school of this size it is necessary that the students, the pioneers of today, have capable and efficient leaders. We are very fortunate in having Mr. H. B. Gough as superintendent of schools. Through his years of loyal leader- ship the schools of this community have pro- gressed far and have achieved many goals. With Miss Elizabeth Clark, principal, and Mr. F. J. Herda, vice principal, aiding them, the students of Tech have reached a high stand- ard of learning and are prepared to take their BUARD 0F EDUCATIU Working together in close harmony, the Board of Education and the Superintendent of Schools strive to run our school economically and efficiently. Members of the board are: Dr. H. B. Clark, Dr. M. A. Sivinski, Dr. N. J. Lahr, J. A. Allen, W. F. Petters, and C. J. Rose. Though they receive no remuneration for their efforts, they sacrifice time and money for the students of Technical High. fl places as the leaders of tomorrow. Below is the student council who aids in the administration of affairs at Tech. X ENGLISH INSTRUC- TORS-Miss Lillian Johnson, Miss Evalyn Turner, Miss Ellen Stovring, Miss Cora Dorsey, Miss Mary Ellen Fink, Miss Helen Carter, Miss Margarette McNaugh- ton. The scene below shows an English class caught in a very un- guarded moment. Page 14 llEl'1lllTMlll'l 0F ENGLIII Term themes, speech activities, dramatic productions, and publications all lie in the realm of the department of English. Behind our struggles with grammar and our earnest efforts to appreciate the literature of all countries is our desire that we may continue to aid in the production of those things which are good in oral and written English. N X llxvm' ' X . Class plays, talks, make-up, and many other phases of speech are covered in these classes in Tech. Radio, stage, and the platform may someday benefit by the laborious yet plea- surable hours we have spent here if not, we still have gained the ability to speak Miss Bacon meets with a speech class Thespians Whittier Lawrence Miss Johnson Row 3 Payne Orton Rohhng Nledeck Petron Patterson Nicolm Row4 Haugen Schaedler Henneman Scheerer Pmault Korb Miss Turner Page 15 if n Y gl Vg H1 Qiizal 'f 4 ' 1 ' F 1 .H .L.fy,f va m ' ' 2 I - 5, , , - ,I nv - , t ni 1 : f Roxy 1.: Lindlan, Talbert, Mehr, Olson, Peterson, Westerberg, Watts, Row 2: Orlebeke, Field, Sauer, Whittier, 4 -,'- 5 r L - N as " K J o -'S ' ' . . 1 Q 'Q P. I- , ,. 4 , P I X - I Mr. Wittmayer, adviser, Ger- ald Berger, managing editorg Nancy Gale, editor: Helene Lang, associate editor. 4 0-41 TECH THE TECH, Quill and Scroll, tournament programs and Christmas Seal drivesg all these are memories of those who haunted room 123. Deadlines that crept up before we were ready for them and copy that failed to live up to assigned length both helped in seeing that there were no peaceful moments in the lives of the staff. Through it all we learned more about expressing ourselves in a journalistic fashion and got a very small taste of the life that belongs to those who live behind the headlines that we read. Even now we hear our editor yelling, "It's a feature and it just has to be a news story." QUILL AND SCROLL-Back row: Ervin, Ergenbright, Snyder, Berger, Hartmann. Middle row: Stangl, Almer, Simmers, Vickers, Gale. Front row: Butler, Lang, Hollern. This club sponsored the seal sale and has the reputation of being the "eatingest" club in school. TECH EDITORIAL STAFF-Standing, left to right: Pearson, Stangl Almer, Snyder, Sartell Welsh, Hollern, Ziebol Ergenbright, Simmers Lawrence, Ordahl, But- ler, Perry. Seated: Gus- tafson, Jaeger, Hartmann ii TECH BUSINESS STAFF -Standing: Varner, i Eickholt, Netter, Schnett- ler, Ethen, Jordon, Strommen. Seated: Horsch, Ziebol, Fussey, Rudolph, Lindlan, Mathiasen. Miss Haw- PHEe16 kins is the adviser. 1940-41 T llllllE "And you didn't get the picture, do you think 9 that he'll do that run over again so we can get it in the Techoes?" Such subtle sarcasm and flex some on the heavy side resulted from missed assignments, unkept appointments and lost copy that sometimes appeared in the produc- tion of this Techoes. All troubles were gone though, when we raced to the printers and had him place in our hands the first finished copy of the book that had within its covers the story of Tech in the years 1940-41. The business staff that pounded the pavements in a search for the advertisements that made our book possible are to be thanked for this Techoes. OUR EDITORS-Jean Vickers and Pat Ervin. TECHOES EDITORIAL STAFF-Left to right Hollern, Sartell, Ziebol, Vickers, Ervin, Pearson Ergenbright, Stangl Gustafson, Lawrence Jaeger, Snyder, Freeberg, Simmers, Witte. TECHOES BUSINESS STAFF and ARTISTHThe left picture shows the staff that raised the money for this Techoes. Mr. M. E. Omann advised them and got them over the rough spots. Left to right are Olson, Marso, Fitch, Moline, Nelson, Sutton, Thorson, Swiggum, Ohman, Berger. At the right is Eugenia Trachta the girl who did the art work for this book and her adviser, Miss Glasser. 'No we know that we will newer speak Latin when we travel, but we do know that we will find the French we take in high school and maxbe the Spanish we'll Lake in college a lot easier Latin Club Row I: Reed, Wildman, Ziebol, ,lone-s, Hunt, llortsch, Brow Row 2: Papermaster, Kaeter, Gardner, Thompson, Rich- ards, Miss VYalsh. Row 23: Sc-hmid, Orton, Schmid, Gregory Henneman, Campion, Friebe. How 4: Jordan, Haugen Barsness, Morris, Mead, Naegeli, Pinaull, Warman. French Club German Club in 'V 0 Row 1: Heyn, Benson, Terres, Conrad, Albright, Arnzen, Meixner. Row 2: Poster, limpting, Keller, Orth, Henning, Zormeier, Busch, Bidinger, Knese. Row 3: Zickrick, Moline, Olzenak, Nentl, Scholtes Knese, Bollig. Row 4: Grams, Klaverkamp, Braman Thoele, Brossman, Harrington, Schriml, Mr. Zeyher Potthoff. 0 IICIAL Tlllllll PRUBLEMS 0F Illlll0llllllCY We are young Americans and citizens of the greatest land on earth so naturally we are eager to take our turn at running the wheels of industry and government in our country. To prepare us for this task we have studied the problems that will face us in the fields of economics, govern- ment and society. May the lessons we have learned help us do logical thinking when we take our places in society. Our pioneers learned from bitter experienceg we can well profit by their experiences and strive to do a better job. Mr. Omann Mr. Gruba I , Mr. Morrison A class in senior social science reads the "Observer", Page 19 Ji lv Hl 'PIIRY Where did our ancestors come from? Why did they come here? What did they seek in this land that was then strange and very young? The answers to these and many other questions were made ours in the classes of history, both world and American. This is another group of social studies that will make us fit better when we step into life. l5EwM""1" Top row: Bottom row Mr. Anderson Miss Turner Mr. Stensrud Miss Oberg Miss Gove E00 lllllll llE0llllAPHY Our world is much smaller than it was a hundred years ago. It hasn't shrunk but distances have been shortened by planes that seem to have no limit in speed Mr. Gruba in his classes in economic geography has made us see that nations are interdependent and that the only mode of life is the peaceful way wherein all lands may benefit. Mr. Gruba, instructor - in economic geo- graphy. The shot below shows an economic geography class in action. llATHll'l1l'llC. Surely these triangles and all the things we are told about them are very puzzling, but when we are finished we have learned a lot about clear thinking. Figures may be bothersome to many of us, but after we leave here there are grocery bills to add and bank books to keep straight, so again we help ourselves in life after high school. , ' l '4 l. 4 W , f fa... Math teachers, Mr. Lunemann, Miss Smith and Mr. Antil A 'un if i CIENUE BIULUGY Instead of going through the looking glass we went through the microscope and in doing so we learned many and startling things about the world in which we live. It is a much better World when you know more about itg that is the truth we learned. lm Conservation Club Row 1: Mehr, Peterson, Olson. Row 2: Kremer, Stahl, Gustafson, Poganski. Row 3: Bergstrom, Schaedler, Payne. Row 4: Neit, Brammer, West, Neitzel. 'D Miss Mulrean 'T .V f .J Page 23 Page 24 UHllMli'I'RY Chemistry was an enjoyable experience to those who took it but for those of us who were just out- siders it was a course of horrible odors, bunsen burners, and experiments which sometimes resulted in minor explosions. Who could ever forget the day when no one would venture near the labora- tory, except the poor students Who had class the next period, and every one from the basement to the third floor held their noses to keep from smelling the sulphur and hydrogen gas? Mr. Hollmeyer s 2 X Q t at Life in the "lab" at Tech. X 12155 PHY Ill Whenever the student opens the faucet or snaps off the electric light switch, he is applying or ob- serving some principle of physics. It may be in connection with the airplane, the automobile, or televisiong or it may have had something to do with football or basketball. In the girls' physics classes they are taught the practical physics that can be applied in the home. A part of their course are driving lessons given in the spring. Mr. Nelson Cv i y g, l . I .,f, Qi ,,., Mr. Antil Proj ectlon Club Row 1: Haub, Peterson, Wystrach, Clubb. Row 2: Sterling, Bean, Machtemes. Row 3: Antil, Teuber, Wengert, Kennedy, Jaenson. Page 25 AGRIUULTURE Because of the number of students in Tech who were vitally interested in agriculture, it was added this year to the list of courses offered. Many of the students taking it are applying it directly on their own farms, others are gaining the knowledge for future use or are just interested in how to run a farm. The boys carry on experiments in raising poultry and livestock. Field trips are made to study farming in different localities. Mr. 0'Connell in ii Mr. O'Connell and class Carl Baches is one of the many agriculture students who is putting his knowledge to use on his own farm. This farm is typical of the farms that the agriculture students hope some day to own and run for themselves. Page 26 . Bowen, , ins CUMMERECIAL Typewriters arranged in neat rows like toy soldiers, and at the head of the class the teacher nods her head approvingly at the fast improving rhythm of the secretaries to-be. Adding machine, dictaphones, and mimeographs are only a few of the machines that help the student in their preparations for a place in the business world of tomorrow. nm- teachers, Mrs dner, Miss Almeter, Miss Ryberg, fi Commercial Club Row 1: Sevada, Aubol, Munsinger, Marso, Bentler, Skillrud, Ligeros, Nelson, Ziska, Valen- tine, Theisen, Wander. Row 2: Allen, Naegeli, Eickholt, Kiklas, Moll, Prigge, Henning Theisen, Frykmen, Johnson, Crohn, Dimbler. Row 3: Moline, Kuebelbeck, Pettit, Lewis Ziehl, Bohlsen, Jensen, Symanietz, Hinz, Anderson, Miss Almeter, Wenz. Row 4: Ordahl Pfiepsen, Nieters, Weisman, Bissett, Knese, Larson, Froeling, Bachel, Mund, Hartman: Page 27 1 1 SE lllll llllllllll UF llllllllll 1lll'l'l.'l'S JIlNl0ll lllillllli lllf lllllll lll'l'lSTS Page 28 Row l: Skillrud, Ligeros, Sevada, Eickholt, Kik- las, Bentler, Theisen. Row 2: Munsinger. Naegeli, Moline, Dimler, Ziska, Frykman, Allen, Theisen. Row3: Hinz, Lewis, Pettit, Ordahl, Pnepsen, Symanietz, Crohn, Anderson, Miss Almeter. Row 4: Weis- man, Nieters, Larson, Kuebelbeck, Froeling, Mund, Bachel, Hart- man. Row 1: Wander, Henn- ing, Krebsbach, Almer, Rabe, Morben, Hoglund, Duret. Row 2: Metz- roth, Aubol, Johnson, Valentine, Nelson, Park- er, Bukowski, Marvin, Hettwer. Row 3: Prigge, Moll, Jensen, Ziehl, Eickers, Koglin, Doer- ner, Miss Almeter. Row 4: Bohlsen, Palm, Bis- sett, Knese, Wenz, An- derson, Fosse, Bargabus, Lyans. ART Poster, showcards, window displays-all of these have been examples of the artistic ability and skill of the Tech artists. Under the guid- ance of the art instructor, Miss Myrtie Glasser, the students are taught the beauty of lines, the simple harmony of colors, and the necessity of perspective. Thus they emerge from school with an eye for beauty and harmony. M50 Art Club Row 1: Dewey, Peterson, Palmer, Silverness, Stege, Jaeger, Gustafson, Kremer. Row 2: Wicklund, Anderson, Klaverkamp, Sakry, Metzroth, Aubol, Henning, Kreibich. Row 3: Butler, Lavender, Ergenbright, Pearson, Poganski, Hettwer, Trachta, Lewis, Peterson. Row 4: Bergstrom, Gill, Wiehoff, Kropp, Barsness, Des Marais, Kedrowski, Scheerer, Jacobs. Page 29 lllllll 'FRY The hum of the saws, the rhythmic pounding of the hammers-all of these are heard when one walks by the woodwork, or metal shops. For from every hum of the saw and every pound of the hammer comes the proof that craftsmen, workmen, and engineers are being trained for the future. 'VJ Industrial Teachers, Mr. Turner, Mr. Miller Mr. Pierson, Mr. Tice Where we learn to work with our hands. A very neces- sary thing these days both as a means of earning a living and also as a hobby. You will find more shots of our shop work at Tech in the feature pages of our book. F ...gun-41'-' IHIME E00 IIMIC i Spatulas and mix-masters all add their bit in making a cake, but the cooks also have something to do with it. With Miss Constance Malmsten and Miss Ethelwyn Weir to instruct and guide them, Tech girls have learned the best methods of sewing and cooking. Hec Tec Club Row 1: Eisenreich, Lahr, Eickholt, Hortsch, Spychala Thielen. Row 2: Schnettler, Marso, Moog, Lindlan, Nentl Weir, Sitzman. Row 3: Nelson, Engel, Kollman, Plachecki Wystrach, Krogh. Row 4: Braman, Larson, Bissett, Kay, Mund, Reimer, Yeenstra. 1 1 Tea Time Techites Row 1: Palmer, Lindlan, Stanger, Westerberg, Sakry, Stang. Row 2: Rohling, Field, Sauer, Tuerk, Stanley, Orlebeke, Bookey. Row 3: Medeck, Nicolin, Scherrer, Hultman, Miss Malmsten, Plombon, Sworsky. Page 31 PHY ICAL llll CATIII In order to live a Wholesome life it is necessary that we have strong minds and sound bodies. In physical education we learn these things through badminton, football, basket ball, swim- ming, volley ball, hockey, and track. We are also taught the essence of good sportsmanship. in playing these games. It is important to apply sportsmanship on the gym floor and athletic field as well as in our daily lives. 5. t Mr. Crose . Bake NWS 4 J Row 1: Ruff, Kloepper, Clark. Schuldt, Lock, Eickholt G. A. A. 1 Hennek, Watts, Simmers, Row 2: Davis, Goldthorpe, Gill, Keeney, Brown, Kernan, Benson, Terres, Schlagheck, Ayers. Row 3: Bargabus, Fahrenholz, Butkowski, Schriml, Gill, Broding, Hultman, Krogh, Gregory, Osborn, Row 4: Bissett, Terres, Campbell, Reimer, Mund, Butler, Hollern, Kay, Henneman, Miss Baker. Page 32 10" Mll IC The music students of Tech will always be grateful to Mr. Erwin A. Hertz, for his inspirational leadership. Many students have gained a spiritual as well as a musical understanding through constant prac- tice and performance. The splendid chorus, band, and orchestra have added much to the finer entertainment of this community with their annual Sunday Concerts. Mr. Hertz g 1 D2nCeB21nd Row 1: Moline, Richter, Anderson, Hodgins, Lommel. Row 2: Hall, McKibben, Ellenbecker, Theines, Bergstrom, Snyder. Row 3: Johnson, Binnie, Benson. Page 33 1, 5 if ULO CLUB Row 1: Nelson, Todd Ayers, Richter, Bensen Paulson, Almer, Hunt, Hog- lund, Stanger, Silverness Ste e Simmers Row 2 'Z , . Solfelt, Boos, Talbot, An- dersen, Binnie, Nelson Allen, Fitch, Payne, Ham- mond, Shield, Orton, Allen Rif-hards. Row 3: Mc- Kibben, Hogen, Lengas Weimer, Sharp, Kropp Ordahl, Pennebeeker, Holl- ern, Larson, Benstrom, Han son, Jackson, Mr. Hertz Row-1: Heinzel, McKilJben Thienes, Flrvin, Butler, Er- vin, Gale, Atwood, Belan- ger, Bentz, lillenbecker Gruber, BI:-Neal. 35 Drum majors, J , Connie Binnie and Dorothy Johnson vt tr 3 N X ,v .. A uf LIBRARY Our spacious library, with its capable librarian Miss Clara Ledahl, can be given credit for keeping its readers informed on all the latest events through its wide variety of books and magazines. A completely equipped library contributes a great deal towards a more highly educated and progressive community. The students of Tech can well be thankful they have access to a library which meets all these require- ments. .'g Clllllilll lAT0li PRUGRAM Junior and Senior Part-Time Cooperative students are twentieth century apprentices. School and industry cooperate in giving training essential for success in the student's chosen field of work. Actual experiences on the job are co-ordinated and made a part of the student's activi- ties in order that training can be practical in nature. 'viii' 447' Mr. Lueben Miss Johnson, school nurse and Miss Smxth secretary Mlss MlSkOWltZ assls Lf . 'Viva-ug tant nurse PECIAL TEAUHERS Mr Olds Slght savmg teacher Page 39 wi! 1- .wf",,u, 1 ' W wh., HIGHEST HONORS Gerald Berger Virginia Froeling Lillian Hockert Iva Lou Marso Joyce Mund Lorraine Perry Peggy Thielen Betty Jane Olson Dorothy Johnson Nancy Gale Shirley Scheerer Evelyn Stahl Jane Paulson 1, HIGH HONORS Reuben Neitzel, Gerald Ethen, Virginia Scharenbroich, Mavis Skillrud, Jeanette Stanger, Alvin Bach, Lloyd Heinzel, Hortense Rengel, Bernadette Hartman, Clarence Rausch, Marie Kuebelbeck, Quentin Ruehle, Lorraine Moline, Erma Zipp, Wilma Shield, Shirley Anderson, James Welsh, Cornelia Kuebelbeck, Norma Ordahl, Kathleen Hollern, Orrin Thorson, William Aidem, Constance Binnie, Shirley Silverness, Janette Almer, Patricia Lewis. lls.-QJ, ' " l The Senior class officers are: Ted Snyder, president, Betty Benson, secretary, Shirley Silverness, vice- presidentg Margaret Campbell, treasurer. K M2555 - ., f... ,,. 4- . Patricia Butler, Lois Naegli, Yaledictorians. r 4 .., H Sr.: -'-1i'-."..,,,l.a 4, Jfrr' -. S, elene Lang, Salutatorian. LQ We et. Nz National Honor Society Row 1: Binnie, John- son. Rowfz Olson, Butler, Lang. Row 3' Morehouse, Snyder, Welsh, Naegeli. Row 4: Heinzel, Berger, Hicks, Stangl. Page 41 CLASS 0F '4I ERWIN ACHMAN .... BILL AIDEM Student Council: Thespians: Intramural Basket ball: Orchestra: Usher: Honor Graduate . . . BETTY ALBRIGHT .... EDITH ALLEN ELVA ALLEN .... JANETTE ALMER-f Thespians: Masquers: Chorus: Orchestra: Junior Life Saver: Tech Staff: Solo Club: Student Council: Junior Executive Council: String Quartet: Vocal Octet: Quill and Scroll: French Club: Music Council: Honor Graduate .... SHIRLEY ANDERSON-A-Honor Graduate .... EUGENE ARNESON. MARGARET AYERSwDance Club: Orchestra' Band: Basket Ball: Volleyball: Archery: Solo Club: Student Council: Horn Quartet: Tumbling' G. A. A.: Honor Graduate .... ALVIN BACHS Honor Graduate .... IRENE BACHELM G. A. A.: Volleyball: Basket Ball: Commercial Techites .... CARL BACHES-Football. MAURICE BAHE-Tech Staff: Intramural Football .... VIOLET BARRETT .... JERRY BARTHELEMY . . . ELIZABETH MAE BEN- SEN-Thespians: Solo Club: Senior Class Secretary: Orchestra: Chorus: Dance Club: Junior Executive Council: Cello Quartet: Mixed Octet: Student Council. , 6. . 6 Gm Qv 'Mvf ." ' ., X x , it L Q' inxsy .ng b,. U JACK BENSON-Band: Chorus: Football .... LUCILLE BENSON .... RUTH BENTLER . . . . GERALD BERGER-+fL'sher: Quill and Scroll: Associate Editor of the Tech: Tech Ad- vertising Staff: Techoes Business Staff: Thespians Floriculture Club: National Honor Society: Honor Graduate. DICK BETZOLD .... IRENE BIDINGER . . . . JOHN BILI,ERf Intramural Basket Ball: Football: Lettermen's Club: Chorus: Usher .... CONNIE BINNIE --Chorus: Orchestra: Assist- ant Drum Major: Band: Solo Club: Honor Gradu- ate: Thespians: Executive Council: Student Council: String Quartet: Vocal Octet. MARJORIE BRAMAN-German Club: Ameri- can Club: Hec Tec .... TERRY BRANNAN . . . . JACK BRENNAN . . . . HAROLD BROD- ING., LEROY BUETTNER .... EUGENE BURGER . . . . DOLORES BUSCH German Club: Glee Club: Archery: Badminton .... PAT BUTLER -Secretary of Student Council: Vice-president of Junior Class: Orchestra: President of Dance Club: G. A. A.: Solo Club: Thespians: Music Council: Basket Ball: Volleyball: Feature Editor of the Tech: Tumbling: Executive Council: Concert Band: Quill and Scroll: National Honor Society: Valedictorian. Page 42 is 'ff MARIE DINGMANN-Orchestra: Verse Speak- ing Choir: Cheer Leader .... LORRAINE DOCKENDORF-Basket Ball: Volleyball: Swimming .... JEAN DOERNER .... MAR- JORIE DONOVAN-Tumbling: Thespians. HELEN EICKHOLT-Thespians: Commercial Techites: Floriculture: Order of Gregg Artists: G. A. A.: Volleyball: Tumbling: Swimming: Basket Ball: Hec Tec: Badminton: Tech Ad- vertising Staff .... ANGELINE EISENREICH -Hec Tec: Basket Ball: Volleyball: Tumbling: Badminton .... CHARLES ELDRED .... JACK ELLENBECKER--Band: Orchestra: Tech Hi Hats: Pep Band: Football: Lettermen's Club: Intramural Basket Ball: Homecoming Chairman: Student Council Vice-president. IDA M. EMPTING-German Club .... RICHARD ENGLISH .... BILL ERGEN- BRIGHT--Tech Staff: Techoes Staff: Quill and Scroll: Art Club: Student Council: Masquers: Thespians: Verse Speaking Choir: Hi Hats Publicity Manager: Radio Players: Declama- tion: Usher: German Club: Floriculture Club . . . . BOB ERICKSON-Printing Staff. PATTY ERVIN-Tech Staff: Techoes Co- Editor: Sophomores Class Treasurer: Band: Chorus: Orchestra: Thespians: Art Club: Quill and Scroll: Student Council: Swimming: Basket Ball: G. A. A.: Solo Club: Life Saving: Dance Club .... GERALD ETHEN-Business Man- ager of Tech: Student Council: Executive Council: Honor Graduate .... LORRAINE FAHRENHOLZ-Girls' Glee Club .... LE- LAND FERGUSON. I, W' eg R 6 .5 X CLASS 0F '4I MARGARET CAMPBELL-Treasurer of Senior Class: G. A. A.: Band: Thespians: Dance Club: Basket Ball: Swimming: Council: Radio Or- chestra: Volleyball: Tumbling .,,, BILL CHIRHART---Printing Staff .... ILA MAE CLARK--G. A. A.: Swimming: Badminton: Basket Ball: Volleyball: Tumbling: Archery: Life Saving: Aquatic Club .... MARGARET CLASSEN. IVIARJORIE CONDON . . .. HARVEY CON- RAD .... MELVIN CORDIE .... CAROLYN CROHN-G. A. A.: Commercial Techites. FRANCES DALEY .... MARIE DAML- German Club .... JEAN DAVIS-Floriculture Club: Volleyball: Basket Ball: Archery: Swim- ming: Badminton: G. A. A.: Tumbling .... LEROY DAVIS-Band: Student Council: Pep Band. ADELINE DEBBER .... RONALD DENNE . . . . ARLEEN DESMARIAS-Thespians: Or- chestra: French Club: Solo Club: Chorus: Radio Club .... LUCILLE DIMLER. i 2 1 A X A if QLASS 0F '41 K . MONTE D. FERGUSON ..., DOROTHY L. FERKINHOFF .... CLARENCE FISH r,. . . ELEANORE FITCH--Mixed Chorus: Solo.Club: American Club. if MELVIN R. FOWLER'-V-Art Club: Swimming: Chorus .... ARLENE FREEBERGWGirls' Glee Club: Tea Time Techites: Hec Tec: Tech Staff: Swimming: Student Council .... VIR- GINIA FROELINGgCommercial Techites: Honor Graduate: Thespians: French Club: Dance Club: Young American Club: Order of Gregg Artists .... DORIS FRYKMANA- Commercial Techites: Order of Gregg Artists. NANCY LOU GALE-'ffEditor of The Tech: Executive Committee of Student Council: French Club: Masquers: Thespians: Band: Orchestra: Chorus: Solo Club: Orchesis: Tuber- culosis Contest: State Solo Contest: Quill and Scroll: Verse Speaking: Pep Band: Honor Gradu- ate .... DUANE GARDNER .... LLOYD GAU-Intramural Basket Ball .... LORETTA GILLiJunior Executive Council: President of G. A. A.: Basket Ball: Badminton: Head of Swimming: Volleyball: Tumbling: Archery: Aquatic Club. DONALD GILMAN .... NIARCELLANE M. GOHMAN .... ALAN GOSSELI,---Track: Intramural Basket Ball: Intramural Kitten Ball: Intramural Touch Football .... PH YLLIS M. GRONAU. HARRIET C. GROSSMAN--German Club . . . . ARLENE GUENTZEL . . . . LAVERNE GUSTAFSON-Thespians: Tumbling: Dance Club: Art Club: Techoes Staff: Tech Staff: Posture Contest .... GERALD HANSEN- Band: Dance Band: Track: Intramural Basket Ball. INGEBRIGHT HANSON-Chorus: Solo Club: . . . . BERNADETTE HARTMAN-Tech Stall: Quill and Scroll: Commercial Club: American Club: Floriculture Club: Order of Gregg Artists: Honor Graduate .... BOB HARY-Vice-president of Sophomore Class: President of Junior Class: Lettermen's Club: Basket Ball: Football: Track .... LLOYD HEINZEL-Orchestra: Student Council: Na- tional Honor Society: String Quartet: Solo Club: Honor Graduate. JACK 'HENKEMEYER-vlntramural Basket Ball: Intramural Football .... MARJORIE HENNEK-G. A. A.: Dance Club: Life Saving: Basket Ball: Volleyball: Tumbling: Swimming: Thespians .... LESLIE HICKS-Thespians: Masquers: Executive Council: Chorus: National Honor Society: Solo Club .... HELEN HIG- GINS. LORRAINE HINNENKAMP .... EVELYN HINZ-Order of Gregg Artists: Commercial Club .... LILLIAN HOCKERT-French Club: American Club: Honor Graduate .... ART HODGIN. W cmss or '41ff'7M ! ,' 4 ' 1 4 i jf lb- x' I i . ODELL L. HOFFARTI-I-Art Club: Intra- mural Basket Ball: Intramural Volleyball .... KATHLEEN HOLLERN-Quill and Scroll: Tech Staff: Honor Graduate: Techoes Staff: French Club: Badminton: Basket Ball: Volley- ball: G. A. A.: Thespians: Solo Club: Life Sav- ing: Art Club: Mixed Chorus: Dance Club: Christmas Seal Project .... ARTHUR C. HOLMGREN-Student Council: Techoes Busi- ness Staff .... LUCILLE HALOVNIA- Tumbling: Volleyball. GERALDINE HORTSCH-Tea Time Techites: Hec Tec: Volleyball: Swimming: Basket Ball: Floriculture Club: American Club: German Club: Tech Advertising Stai: Thespians: Latin Club .... VIOLET HOWE .... DOLORES HUNT-Solo Club: Floriculture Club: Orches- tra: French Club: Swimming: Latin Club: Basket Ball: Tumbling .... LUCILLE IM- HOLTE. KENNETH ISAACSON .... LOUIS JACK- SON-Band: Orchestra: Intramural Basket Ball: Solo Club: Student Council: Pep Band . . . . AUDREY JACOBS-Art Club . . . . MILDRED M. JAEGER-Tech StaH': Techoes Staff: Art Club: Swimming: Tumbling: Dance Club: Thespians: Executive Council. DICK JAENSON-Swimming: Student Coun- cil: Chorus: Movie Projector Operator .... SALLY JAGIELLO-Volleyball: Basket Ball: Tumbling: Badminton: G. A. A .... FLORENCE JANSEN .... MILDRED JANSEN. ROGER JANSKI .... CECIL JAREN- Swimming .... VERONA JENSEN-Volley- ball: Basket Ball .... DOROTHY JOHNSON -Orchestra: Drum Major: Three Maids of Melody: String Quartet: National Honor So- ciety: Radio Orchestra: Solo Club: Honor Graduate. BEN JUSTIN .... IONE KEDROWSKI- Swimming: Art Club . . . JAY KEEVILLE, JR. -Cheer Leader: Intramural Basket Ball: Swim- ming .... EVELYN KELLER-German Club. ELOY KENNEDY-Band: Orchestra: Track Manager: Projection Club: Cheer Leader: In- tramural Basket Ball: Intramural Football: Executive Council: Thespians .... ELAINE KIKLAS-Commercial Techite Club' Techoes Business StaH .... DOROTHY Z. KLAVER- Q KAMP-Art Club .... RENEE KNAFLA- Glee Club: Volleyball. is ff CLIFFORD G. KNIER-Volleyball .... HUGH KOHLER-Football: Intramural Basket Ball .... RITA KREIBICH-Art Club .... JEANNE M. KREMER-Art Club: Conserva- tion Club: Swimming. t . . X g S X . if Page 45 ' MARIE KUEBELBECK-Commercial Techites Club: Order of Gregg Artists: Speech Festival, Honor Graduate .... CORNELIA KUEBEL- BECK-Ring and Pin Committee: Senior Exe- cutive Council: Speech Festival: Commercia Techites: Honor Graduate .... DORIS 0. KROGH-Student Council: Tech Business Sta : G. A. A.: Hee Tec: Art Club .... PETER KREMER. MARLOWE LACHER-Swimming .... JAMES G. LAHR .... LORRAINE LAHR- Hec Tec: Dance Club: Badminton: Floriculture Club: German Club: Student Council: American Club: Verse Speaking Choir .... HELENE LANG-Managing Editor of The Tech: Na- tional Honor Society: Senior Council Member at Large: Quill and Scroll: French Club: Swim- ming: Salutatorian. ' DOROTHY LARSON .... MARILYN LAR- SON-Chorus: Solo Club: Thespians: Youn American Club: Hec Tec: Commercial Techites: Order of Gregg Artists: Verse Speaking Choirx . . . . JEROME LAUER-Football: Lettermen' Club: Intramural Basket Ball: Track .... JEANNE LAVENDER-Art Club: French Club: Dance Club: Floriculture Club: Aquatic Club. s HELEN LAWRENCE-Basket Ball: Tumbling: Posture Contest: Girls' Glee Club: Tech Business Staff: Thespians: French Club: G. A. A.: .... Chorus: Basket Ball: Dance Club .... PATRI- CIA LEWIS-Swimming: Art Club: Commer- cial Club: Order of Gregg Artists: Honor Gradu- ate .... HELEN LIGEROS-Girls' Glee Club' Swimming: Volleyball: Tumbling: Commercia a qi? X X x K, 3 BETTY MAE LEE-Thespians: French Clu N ruwl, n Jr. p.,-1 li. .-. ,-. . . --. S-J YV C' is ULASS 0F '4I ,er LI-pzlif KATHLEEN LINDLAN-Advertising starr: ,vign- LI-. Hec Tec: Student Council: Young American Club: Basket Ball .... JOHN LINOUIST- Senior Executive Council .... LEO J. LOCNI- KAR .... COLLETTE LODERMEIER. LAVON LONG .... MIKE J. LOSO .... DORRAINE P. LUKE-Young American Club: Latin Club: German Club .... HERB MC- CORMICK-Football: Intramural Basket Ball: Swimming. DON MCGANDY-Concert Band: Student Council: Orchestra: Football: Pep Band .... ROBERT MCKIBBEN-Junior Class Trea- surer: Student Council: Band: Orchestra: Dance Band: Intramural Basket Ball: Solo Club: Chair- man of Thanksgiving Project .... PETER M. MACHTEMES-Projection Club .... IRVING MADER-Intramural Basket Ball: Swimming. HAROLD MALMBORG-Student Council: Band: Orchestra: Football: Track: Senior Coun- cil Member at Large: Lettermen's Club: Chorus . . . . IVA LOU MARSO-Thespians: Girls' Glee Club: Verse Speaking Choir: Honor Gradu- ate: Commercial Club: Hec Tec: Young Ameri- can Club: Chairman of Techoes Business Staff: Archery .... ROY MASLONKOWSKI .... ETHEL MAE MEIER-American Club: Latin Club: German Club: Floriculture Club: Basket Ball. to CLASS llll '41 J REUBEN E. NEITZEL+Intramural Touch Football: Junior Academy of Science: Honor Graduate .... EILEEN NELSON-AHec Tec: Young American Club: Chorus: Solo Club: Verse Speaking Choir: Techoes Business Staff . . . . FRED NELSON . . . . HAROLD NELSON. GERTRUDE NENTLe-German Club: Hec Tec: Tea Time Techites .... EDITH NIETERSH Commercial Club: Order of Gregg Artists .... TED NIETERS .... ALVINA NOHNER-- Basket Ball: G. A. A.: Volleyball. MAE ODEGARD .... MARIE OELRICH . . . . EARL OHMAN-Intramural Touch Foot- ball: Intramural Basket Ball: Techoes Business Staff .... BETTY JANE OLSON-Chorus: Verse Speaking Choir: National Honor Society: Student Council: Techoes Business' StaU: Honor Graduate. 'X J' QL-.UQ -WV J' -: W lifvxaf. ' .AIU l RENEE OLSON-Ban : Orches a: Solo Club: Swimming: Basket Ball .... ORMA OR- DAHL-Girls' Glee Club: Commercial Club: Chorus: Order of Gregg Artists: Tech Staii: Solo Club: Honor Graduate .... RENEE ORLEBECKE-Girls' Glee Club: Art Club . . . . MARVIN OTTE. Page 47 DONALD MEINZ-Track: Intramural Volley- ball: Student Council .... BARBARA MER- GEN .... JIM MEYER-Band: Dance Band: Junior Executive Council: Pep Band .... GLORIA MIKEL-Tumbling: Swimming: Vol- leyball: German Club: Girls' Glee Club: Basket Ball. ALFRED J. MILLER .... DAN MOLINE- Dance Band: Tech Staff: Senior Executive Council .... LORRAINE MOLINE-Com- mercial Club: German Club: Order of Gregg Artists: Techoes Business Staff: Honor Gradu- ate .... MARJORIE MOOG---Hec Tec: French Club: American Club. RICHARD T. MOONIER-Intramural Toleh Football: Intramural Basket Ball: Intramural Volleyball: Chorus .... VALLEY MORE- HOUSEe-National Honor Society: Chorus: Stu- dent Council: Band: Floriculture Club: Verse Speaking Choir: Oratory .... JOHN MUIR-- Entered from Champaign, Illinois .... JOYCE MUND-Commercial Club: Hec Tec: G. A. A.: Order of Gregg Artists: Basket Ball: Volleyball: Swimming: Badminton: Honor Graduate. EVEL YN MUNSINGER-Swimming: Life Sav- ing: French Club: Commercial Club: Order of Gregg Artists .... EILEEN MURPHY-- Entered from Aberdeen, South Dakota .... LOIS NAEGELIiMixed Chorus: National Honor Society: Commercial Club: Order of Gregg Artists: Swimming: Valedictorian .... BERNICE NATHE---Volleyball: Basket Ball: A -L Swimming: Tumbling. f' CLASS 0F '4I DONALD PALISCH-Swimming: Intramural Basket Ball: Table Tennis .... JANE PAUL- SON--Band: Orchestra: Solo Club: Dance Club: Honor Graduate: Music Librarian .... DORIS PEARSON-French Club: Art Club: Tech Staff: Techoes Staff .... ALICE PENNE- BECKER-Band: Pep Band: Chorus: Solo Club. LORRAINE L. PERRY-Tech Staff: Ameri- can Club: Honor Graduate .... RAY PETERS -Swimming: Executive Council .... DON PETERSON-Swimming: Art Club .... HOWARD PETERSON. VERONA PETTIT-Commercial Techites: Girls' Glee Club .... DORINE PFANNENSTEIN . . . . MARJORIE PFLEPSEN-Commercial Techites: Girls' Glee Club: Volleyball .... JXEANNE PHILLIPS-French Club. i I, . , ' f , ' 'LUCILLE PLACHECKI-Hec Tec: Student Council: Senior Executive Council .... HELEN PLAFCAN .... EUGENE C. POGANSKI- kSwimming: Art Club: Floriculture Club: Con- servation Club: Tech Advextising Staff .... E. LUELLA POSTER-German Club. VALERIA PROELL .... VERA MAE RAJ- KOWSKI-Student Council .... CLARENCE RAUCI-I-Honor Graduate .... L. BEATRICE REIMER-G. A. A.: Volleyball: Basket Ball: Tumbling: Badminton: Swimming: Archery: Dance Club: Hec Tec: American Club. I-IORTENSE RENGEL-Bowling: Honor Grad- uate .... DONALD RENN-Football: Basket Ball .... LUELLA RICHTER-Solo Club: Band: Orchestra: Chorus: Student Council: Junior Executive Council: Thespians .... RAY RICHTER-Band: Cheer Leader: Dance Band: Chorus: B Squad Football. OUENTIN RUEHLE-Chorus: Intramural Bas- ket Ball: Orchestra: Student Council: Junior Executive Council: Honor Graduate .... DANA SAND-Art Club: G. A. A.: Life Saving: Basket Ball: Tumbling: Dance Club: Volleyball: Junior Order of Gregg Artists .... ELEANOR SAN- DAU-Basket Ball .... JEANETTE SARTELL -Thespians: Orchestra: Band: Tech Staff: Techoes Staff: Senior Student Council Member at Large: Quill and Scroll. COSMAS SAUER-Band: Orchestra: Dance Band: Tech StaE: Tech Business Stafi: Student Council: Sophomore Executive Council .... WILLIAM SAUER .... GEORGE SAVAGE -Basket Ball: Football Manager: Senior Exe- cutive Council .... VIRGINIA SCHAREN- BROICH-American Club: Sophomore Execu- tive Council: Conservation Club: Volleyball: Basket Ball: Honor Graduate. Page 48 LASS UF '41 M .4 f we ef f W GLADYCE SCHEEL-Tea Time echites: Basket Ball .... SHIRLEY SCHEERER- Honor Graduate: American Club: Art Club .... LEE SCHMID-Projection Club .... JOHN SCI-IMIDT-Band: Pep Band: Foriculture Club: Swimming. as BILL SCHMIDT-Football: Intr mural Basket Ball: Lettermen's Club: Swim V ng: Track: Floriculture Club: Student Council: Volleyball . . . . ALBERT SCHNEIDER . . . . VERNA SCI-INETTLER-American Club: Hec Tec: Tech Advertising Staff: Floriculture Club: Junior Executive Council . . Q . RUTH SCHOLTES-German Club. VICTOR SI-IOREY-Projection Club: Junior Executive Council .... GEBHARD SCHREI- NER .... NINA SCHWARZENBACH-Stw dent Council: Co-chairman All School Party . . . . WARREN SCHWINDEL-Junior Execu- tive Council. WAYNE SCHWEGMAN .... JOSEPHINE L. SEVADA-Junior Order of Gregg Artists: Senior Order of Gregg Artists: Commercial Techites: Thespians .... CLARICE SEVER- SON .... PEGGY SHARP-Band: Orchestra: Art Club: Solo Club. WILMA SHIELD-Chorus: Band: Solo Club: Honor Graduate .... SHIRLEY SILV R- NESS-Senior Class Vice-president: Cho s: Orchestra: Art Club: French Club: Solo Club: Vocal Octet: Honor Graduate .... JUNE SIMMERS-Quill and Scroll: Tech Staff: Band: Orchestra: G. A. A.: Head of Tumbling: Basket Ball: Swimming: Solo Club: Thespians: Dance Club: Badminton: Volleyball: Techoes .... FRANCES SIS. LUCILLE SITZMAN-Volleyball: Basket Ball: Badminton: G. A. A.: Hec Tec .... MAVIS SKILLRUD-Girls' Glee Club: Commercial Techites: Junior Order of Gregg Artists: Senior Order of Gregg Artists: Honor Graduate .... GEORGE SMITH .... TED SNYDER- Chorus: Football: Track: Masquers: Dance Band: Quill and Scroll: Student Council: Tech StaH': Techoes Staff: Senior Class President: National Honor Society: Student Council Exe- cutive Committee: Lettermen's Club. MARY MAE SPYCHALA-Hec Tec .... MARVIN STANG .... JEANETTE STAN- GER-Chorus: Solo Club: Honor Graduate . . . FRED STANGL-National Honor Society: Quill and Scroll: Tech Stai: Techoes Photo- grapher: Band: Chorus: Treasurer of Student Council: Usher: Masquers: Student Council Executive Committee. JOAN STEICI-IEN-Thespians .... REMBERT STOCK .... VERNON STONE-Chorus .... IRENE M. STORCI-I-Executive Council: De- clamation. Page 49 ULASS 0F '4I DOROTHY E. SULLIVAN .... KENNETH SUTTON-Techoes Business Staff .... ARVID SWAN .... HENRY SWIGGUM-Orchestra: German Club: Techoes Business Staff: Intra- mural Basket Ball: Senior Executive Council. MONICA SYMANIETZ-Commercial Club . . ... . JEANNE TALBOT-Orchestra: Glee Club: Thespians: Dance Club: String Quartet .... FRANCIS TERRES-Football: Basket Ball . . . . ROBERT TEUBER. EILEEN THEISEN-Commercial Club .... ELMER A. THEISEN .... MARION THEI- SEN-Commercial Club: Thespians: Volleyball . . . . VIVIAN THERING. PEGGY THIELEN-Honor Graduate: Thes- pians: Life Saving: Volleyball: Hec Tec Club: Techoes Business Staff .... ROBERT THIENES -Student Council: Dance Band: Band: Chorus: Thespians: Solo Club .... BETTE THILL- Volleyball: Cheer Leader: Basket Ball: Execu- tive Council .... EARLENE THOMPSON- Girls' Glee Club: Latin Club. Q 36 in l l L il we w- .4 :it . l, , f . rl. ORRIN THORSON-Intramural Basket Ball: Techoes Business Staff: Honor Graduate .... EDMUND J. THULL-Techoes Business Staff . . . . EUGENIA TRACHTA+Art Club: French Club .... DON TRUZINSKIiFootball: Track: Basket Ball: Lettermen's Club: Council Member. VIRGINIA VARNE hThespfns: Swimming: Orchest 3 Stud A t Coun ' 71, Tech Business Staff: A 2 erican C ub . in ARE VEENSTRA -BanH: Hee Ted bT"'Basket Ball: Posture Contest? . . . Jing: VICKERS-Co-Editor of Techoe rench Club: Quill and Scroll: Basket Ball: fe Saving Class: Swimming: G. A. A.: Tech aff: Art Club: Thespians: Volleyball: , ,Dance Club: Badminton .... LEONARD VOIGT. NSYLVESTER VOIGT .... STAN VOTH- Band: Swimming ..... A LVERETTA WALKER -Chorus .... GEORGE L. WALKER-Track: .Intramural Basket Ball. MARIE WARNERT . . . ROBERT WARNERT . . . . CHARLES A. WASKA . . . . VIRGIL WVISBER-Football: Basket Ball: Track. v all 5439 Page 50 -Commercial Techites. WIDMAN-Bandg Printing Staff. Ballg Trackg Intramural Volle ball YOUNGER-Chorus. Graduate. 1 EEEEHEEE EIEES? September 3MThe first day of school and how we all hated to get back to the grind, but how big most of us felt to be called "seniors" September 13-We played our first football game of the season with Robbinsdale and won. October 17-The Homecoming bonfire on the field in front of school which really put us in the mood for the festivities for the next day. October 18-Flag raising in the morning, pepfest, parade, victorious game with Fergus Falls, and climaxing it was the dance-these were the things that made it "our" homecoming. November ll-Armistice Day with one of the worst blizzards in the history of Minnesota. November 21-The beginning of Thanksgiving vacation. November 28-Thanksgiving Day. After we had eaten so much that we could hardly move from the table we vowed that we would never eat another meal again but that same night we couldn't resist eating another piece of pie and chewing on a turkey leg. December 6-How joyous we felt at the first basket ball game of the season because we Won the double-header from Buffalo and Monticello. December 23-The beginning of Christmas Vacation. The only ambitions we had for this period were to sleep as late as we wanted in the morning and not once open a school book. January 1-On this first day of the new year, 1941, we made many resolu- tions but somehow they were never carried out. January 6-School reopened and we hopefully faced the coming semester exams. January 17-The end of the semester. February 22-How much fun we had at the All School Party when we carried out the theme and came dressed as farmers, and how well represented we were in the stunts when Jim Welsh, Ted Snyder, and Valley Morehouse sang their famous feuding song, "The Martins and the Coys." April 7-The beginning of the long-awaited Easter vacation. May 31-The last day we could call ourselves students of Tech High, and the mingled feelings of happiness and sorrow we experienced because we had finished three years of successful study and because we had closed the chapters of our high school lives. IRIS WEISMAN .... JAMES WELSH- Footballg Trackg Masquersg National Honor Society, Student Council President, Chorus: Sophomore Class President: Honor Graduate . . . . ARNIE WICKLUND . . . . CHESTER ROBERT J. WIEHOI-'F-Intramural Basket y .... MAR- GUERITE C. WITTE-Art Club: Tech Busi- ness Staffp Glee Clubg Basket Ball: Tumbling: Dance Club, Student Council .... MARTHA C. WYSTRACH-Hec Tec .... WALTER MYRA ZIEBOL-Sales Manager of The Tech: Techoes Staffg Tumblingp Orchestra: Tech Business Stafig Basket Ball .... WALTER ZIEBOL .... HAROLD ZILMER .... ERMA ZIPP-Hec Tec, Executive Council, Honor CATH ERINE ZISKA-Commercial Techites. CLASS EE '41 THERESA WEHLAND ..... DONALD WEILER .... LESTER S. WEIMER-Band: Orchestra: Solo Club .... IRENE WEISMAN Page 51 ,y . 5 Row 1: Donagliue, Morben, Plzwhe- cki, Liegmund, Todd, Almer, Kol- man, Undersander, McDonald, Nel- son, Ethen, Fish, Parker. Row 2: Bohlsen, Jensen, Neil, Kipka, Zon- tek, Brown, Erdman, Behrendt, Prigge, Hartgraves, Tullock, Salashi, Ford. Row 3: Hadden, Gottwald, Varner, Hall, Anderson, Arneson Fettig, Strommen, Studer, Lengas, Ross. Row 4: Goman, Johnston Kremers, Grams, Jensen, Wallek Barg, Nordstrom, Eveslage, Stock Lepinski, Ward, Burns. Row 1: Duret, Aubol, Johnson Steinke, Fandel, Stege, Theissen Christian, Barrett, Metzroth Michaelson, Guy, Bross. Row 2 Keeney, Svhneider, Humlmert, Ther ing, Bohmer, Hartman, Repulski Lenarz, Peterson, Torres, llonm' man, Weismann, Orth, Ili-rzing. Row 3: Long, Goering, Fritz, Zim mer, Rectenwald, Theines, Gross, Kropp, Fosse, Schultz, St-hendzelos, Martinson, Tillett, Schmidt. Row 4 Wenz, Weidert, Pallon, Udegard Winkleman, Porupsky, Reed, Deer ing, Ringer, Mathes, Bennett, Laughtin, Baker, Weyrens, Mund, Swanson. Page 52 .Ill lllll Row 1: Hofstater, Knese, Dewey Moll, Anderson, Henning, Witt Rabe, Thornton, Zimmerman, Oh- wen, Eickhurst, Ross. Row 2 Himsl, Knese, Strandberg, Palm England, Klaverkamp, Wicklund Knese, Rumpf, Broding, McKibben Brinkman, Benn. Row 3: Raymond Gaetz, Carlson, Haul, Halstead Seymour, Keller, Kay, Aukn, John- son, Sartell, Bruttger. Row 4 Schroeder, Butkowski, Virden Moore, Gorman, Byers, Ervin, Bar gabus, Atwood, Humbert, Harrison Deering, Baches, Jones, VVengert l 2 Q ' 4 .Ill Illll Q90 Row 1: Kuebelbeck, NVander, Neter, Malikowski, Murray, Hogglund Eickers, Henning, Krebsbach, Young Anderson, Bukowski, Saller, Petron Walker. Row 2: Weber, Tomezik Gill, Danzl, Lenzen, Rudolph, Moll Willcoxen, Annas, Fischer, Alexanl der, Arnzen, Meixner, Lamhaek Row 3: Knese, Stevenson, Kloss Doroff, Fahsl, Belanger, Anderson Boos, lloclgins, llornibrook, Kelso Schappert, Peterson. Row 4: Henn ing, Wilmes, Trudell, Kluverkarnp Kujawa, Sr-has-fer, Moyer, Bachel Ruhland, Stovkinger, Botz, Clepper Linneman, Jagelski. c Q l :,-.DCU Row 1: Sauer, Luzirs, Roos, Wild- man, Steffes, Bohmer, Marvin, Skary, Schultz, Niel, Ziebol, Zinker, Tuerk, Cochrane, Row 2: Ziel, Wiehoff, Sehlagheck, Jansen, Munti- fering, Brown, Fusse, Sevada, Pal- low, Olmstead, Clayton, Trebtowski, Lyons, Hettwear, Noeder. Row 3: Gohman, Schreml, Bissett, Slocumb, Barsnuss, Campion, Wiese, Nelson, Rathbun, Egerman, Phillips, Peters, Loso, Tuerk. Row 4: Doerner, Lauer, Gerard, Fitzwater, Borswald, Walters, Mohs, Jordon, Naegeli, Bean, Towne, Morris, Kaeter, Heinen, Anderson, Medeck. Row 1: Schorlgren, Clark, Paper- master, Stechling, Mikiska, Koglen, Boyle, Rose, Janski. Schmidt. Row 2: Lovell, Staurum, Meyers, Solfelt, Osgood, Engl, Campbell, Midas, Welle, Brewer, Lode-meier, Row 3: Weis, Gill, Butkowski, Wesenberg, Killian, Nutzman, Monloch, Lom- mell, Brainard, Hammond, Mathie- son. Row 4: Neil, Palm, Klein, Wegner, Bach, Buethe, Maurer, Deering, Gruber, Cary, Oien, Otte. Page 53 Cir-056' Row 1: Schwindel, Weiman, Brown Hary, Reed, Lintgen, Loso, Shank I , F Sakry, Doroff, Terres, Palmer, Thur- ber, Gulde, Johnson, Materi. Row 2 Kirchner, Maehren, Lohler, Torborg Luckeroth, Farenholtz, Riley, Thoele Lechner, Danzl, Paulson, Hartman Case, Olson, Christen. Row 3 Schmid, Anderson, Pennock, Tellers Wheeler, Warman, Gulde, Bahe Pinault, Stacy, Teders, Horst-h Storkamp, Krey, Mac-litenies. Row 4: Mechavich, Anderson, Graf Wirtzfeld, Landwehr, Sersen, Upl dike, Chapman, Johnson, Potthofl' Stricker, Boos, Brockway, Bormes Schwinn, Wahl. Page 54 0Pll0M0llll Row I: Binsfeld, Kuffel, Wheeler, Schueller, Wehlanfl, Gohman, Goer- ing, Malisheski, Annas, Lambach, Turek, Billig, Morris, Olzenak, Har- rington. Row 2: Jensen, Richter, Schaefer, Kilian, Jones, Schwittala, Rieter, Orlebeke, Schafer, Sporleder, Binezik, Roeder, Euteneuer, Hopke, Howell. Row 3: .lurek, Kruchten, Ganzer, Brennan, Binnie, Richards, Post, Burger, Engel, Wilmes, Klein, Schmidt, Funk, Leners, Deering. Row 4: Traut, Fisher, Rudin, West, Weber, Hartung, Hibbard, Goden, Miller, Halupzok, Pallansch, Lager- gren, Miller, Sworsky, Horsch, Yie- hauser, Bronder. Row 1: Kloss, Pohl, Utz, Lindlan, Lintgcn, Johnson, Mc-I.eod, Phillips, Hall, Hermanson, Zinc-ius, Reber, Slang, Stodther, Ehersviller. Row 2: Sauer, Zieglmeier, Patterson, Schlag- heck, Hartel, Luehman, Jagielski, Kleinschmidt, Friebe, Bookey, Saat- zer, Mund, Dresser, Schaedler. Row 3: Orton, Schriener, Wystrack, Jus- tin, Stock, Deirtt, Butler, Nentl, Palench, Porter, Wirtsheld, Burg- meier, Fenis, Konewko, Freddieks. Row 4: Bolduc, Bookey, Overmiller, Zitur, Jaren, Goerger, Plombon, Kamrowski, Malikowski, Pfuhl, Lehnen, Cook, Boerger, Linneman. IIPHUMIIRES flow 1: Zimmerman, Kampa, Lantis, ordon, Hamrin, Sisk, Peterson, rharenbroick, Gardner, Zorneier, fuchten, Jackson, Whittier, Haub, own, Ethen. Row 2: XVeyland, Jhling, Borsett, Marvin, Toenyes, hompson, Murphy, Landwehr, Mc- Lrty, Rohling, Whittier, Clour, ammerel, Sworsky, Akervik. Row Stock, Haugen, Lund, Hall, earson, Hawkins, Mead, Henne- han, Kernan, Henkemeyer, Hoff- nan, Hamilton, Zimmerman, Mit- hell, Voight. Row 4: Dzieweezyn- ai, Ruhland, Karish, Haugen, Ster- ling, Butt, Fisher, Polisr-h, Bentz, Jahns, Hemple, Pohl, Sehmidt, Tol- man, Rader, Young, Anderson. ow 1: Both, VViehofT, Conrad, achollp, Lot-k, Wests-rlmurg, Watts, heisen, Soderstrom, Field, Talliert, Ieyn, Plarhecki, Knettel. Row Li: nese, Bollig, Navidonski, Pusr, hom, Kaeter, Petterson, Mikel, remers, Fiereck, Hollem-amp, Pet- on, Plomhon, Wietzel. Row 3: regory, Kalkman, Gross, Walfred, ullivant, Schultz, Spieker, Korf ees, Orc-utt, Barthelemy, Kowitz, ross, Stanger, Kampa, Medeck ow 4: Rau, Krick, Club, Murray, obbins, Keller, Me-deck, Antil Ieyers, Brammer, Lehner, Schabel, anson, Farrier, Winters, Swanson heerer. v 1 n E AH Row l: Misc-he, Muire, Stanger Kuebelhevk, Kira-hner, Benson Rausch, Olson, Ruff, Ligeros, YVelle L'tz, Condon, Kolp, Hennessy, Fow- ler. Row 2: Zickrick, Ross, Graham Miller, Mittenherg, Bennet, Stanley Taylor, Gustafson, Lawrence, Clep per, Goldthorpe, Hultman, Osborn Schmitt, Martini. Row 3: Scherfen lnerg, Traut, Schmid, Palm, Johnson Pick, Smieja, Cost, Minor, Witt Clugston, Reimer, Payne, Hoekert Binstield. Row 4: Johnson, Bahe Neil, Cordie, Miller, Graham, Jenn ings, Johnson, Kilian, Larson, Woll Swiggum, Waldo, England, Ludenia Mielke. Page 55 Page 56 44, 'L j 2 I "-.-g'1'l-szv-Q, ,,,g:--Lg Y ,J :"" 4 4r 5 n 9 Q '? 3 X S E if 1 S 's 'Q Z X 2- ,i Q -sf- li 414 ,f"' ff If ,gif 5' X X, 5--1-11? g Q3 If ,f,,,- f ef .1 .l rg.-J is .f"" 'f. Q f J f 2 'Z ff .ef g 5 is f 2 Li ..4"" .5 2 If f ibn" li' 'Q-v-4 1 f lif Z !.nc-5: ...,- -Z X 1 1 if ,,,,.. J A 4 1 V' g Y pa - ' 4' 3 ...HY 5' , 'Pg' 4 L ' " - gl 5' ' ' -- Q ' f .1' , -- " "Tv ,, X 5 K f- EL ...... fi ff p -H Y "' 4 JT , k ' ' 4 , ' A if-1 ' X A . 7 ,f , ,, - - X f ,C-2 I ' L I ,. 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YH, li' V , .X ,f 4 f f - - V X, , 1, . if . 2 f f , -ff' ' "- f L A Y jj f A f i ---- ,1 I 7 , : , -' 4 .f' gff- I I A f ,fig ' "' 4' 1, , ff -4' ,of- ,if I K 1 1 7 11 - 1 4 X A tj K, - f ' ' f -f . f f f - . f F ,- , If f f f--ggi? ' 2 , f gf 'K ' . ' ,1 , J K W l- if, -fi . ,ff !M ,j.,-f" -11 - i ' i f i ? if ..f""' :if -b I 1-T'-l ' I Fa ,f K7 is i- ., Y,,,,, x S , -L - 9-ff A ...S A ' ix Q if ' K ' 5' X ll, '- ffffbg : R Xeueervm- 'VRRCHTQ Page 57 '-L..-, A. 'fal- 2 -155-'x ,li 1: . Page 58 mm Thls page shows a gramte quarry of the St Cloud area The quarrxmg cuttmg and pollshmg of gramte IS one of the major mdustrles of thls localltx IHHIK ll DURING THE YEAR fxx xx 15 I -, A Page 60 HOMllll0MlNG Bonfires, a dance, a football game, pa- rades all these went to make the 1940 Homecoming the best Tech has had in many years. Led by Jack Ellenbecker, the committees handled arrangements in an efficient manner. Below are scenes typical of the two day celebration. The prize for the best float went to the Senior class. The memories of this homecoming will not be forgotten. Ellenbecker L -- ' so 0 . sl "1 ,J . lr 3? l lx iv? . f'R'21" The field decoration committee carried out the theme "The Lady or the Tiger" very effec- tively. The north gym was also decorated to carry out the theme, and much fun and plea- sure was found by those who helped to make this the best homecoming Tech has had. FIHITBALL The 1940 Tech gridders presented one of the most successful teams in the history of the school. Beginning a season with but four lettermen Coaches Morrison and Antil molded a team that raced through the season without being defeated or tied. In the process the squad annexed the cham- pionship of the Central Eight conference and also took wins from Robbinsdale and St. Louis Park who were leaders in their league. Lualal- .4 , -' Tech Varsity Squad. Rowi 1: Renn, Larson, Baker, Luckemeyer, Schmidt, Stockinger. Row 2: Snyder, Billet, Updike, Johnson, Ellenbecker, Sartell, Lauer, Deering. Row 3: Coach Antil, Anderson, Teuber,:Ward, Nutzman, Fritz, Kohler, Schaefer, Coach Morrison. Row 4: Long, Schmidt, Turner, Bachgd, Truzinski, Malmborg, Hadden, Welsh. ' e ,. . X 5 ' 1 ., u I 1 , X, X . ' 1 l . Presenting co-captains Dick Lucke- Coaches Morrison and Antil. These meyer and Bob Hary who for three men are responsible for the outstanding years filled the halfback posts for the records made by Tech in football, Tlgers. Page 61 J G. em gl HH 91 ew 59p gcxima xsfndsp Q- S Q we 90 09' xkgivxo li U0 FERE CE DEV- R 1EDaf2fmek SEASONS RECORD 3 hcxc PAL? Qu Tech 12 Robbinsdale 0 ELSH ' Cenfe Tech 35 Little Falls 12 HM W ck Tech 30 Crosby Ironton 6 yxeifba Teeh 7 Cathedral 0 Tech 34 Alexandria 0 Tech 7 Fergus Falls 0 Tech 13 Brainerd 0 Tech 19 St. Louis Park 18 157 36 Page 62 lc. 2 1 B R o LDE11: LMBOR G RE Cb ADV Uni P10 E V Guard LTER B03 TEL' End BER HUGH KO CenterHLER Pictured above we see those of the Tigers who will no longer wear the colors of Tech on the football field. Missing is Bob Turner who was a letterman at the end position. Though all of these men won much recognition as members of a championship team some were awarded special honors. Luckemeyer was all-state halfback and captaing Renn was second all-state centerg Truzinski and Backes together with the two boys named above were all-conference selections. High scorer for the year was Dick Luckemeyer who was one of the fastest men to ever wear a Tech uniform. Page Q 63 ni im mi ' rf Led by captain Don Truzinski, pictured on the left, Tech again enjoyed a very successful basket ball season. Truzinski, together with veterans Dale Johnson, Bob Hary, and Dick Luckemeyer, formed the nucleus for a team that finished third in the strong Central Eight conference and who walked off with the dis- trict title for the second consecutive year. Teams met and defeated during the year were Brainerd, Alexandria, Crosby-Ironton, and Little Falls. These teams were strong members of the conference. The Tigers were undefeated in district play. Outstanding scorers were Captain Truzinski and Lucke- meyer, Hary also starred in a defensive role. ii Left top: Captain Don Truzinski. Leading scor- er for the 1940-41 Tigers. Don was at his best during the district and region- al tournaments. Left: George Savage. Small and fast, George was call- ed upon many times to spark the team. Center: Dick Luckemeyer. Dick proved his versatility by holding down center for Tech. Right: Nelson. A good scoring forward who reached his peak in the Buffalo game where he garnered sixteen points. SEASONS RECOR D Tech 28 Monticello Tech 28 Buffalo Tech 32 St. Johns Preps Tech 24 Crosby Tech 25 Bemidji Tech 30 Little Falls Tech 28 Marshall Tech 34 Foley Tech 27 Alexandria Tech 39 Buffalo Tech 29 Brainerd gg 'C Tech 31 Cathedral Tech 30 Staples Tech 26 Little Falls Tech 27 Crosby Tech 30 Alexandria Tech 26 Brainerd Back Row: Stearns, Backes, John- F son Swanson, Luckemeyer, Coach Antil. Middle Row: Baker, Nelson, S Truzinski, Hary. Front row: Ross, Q Hadden, Savage, Terres. Coach Antil's basketeers started the season with a double header win over Monticello and Buffalo, both district contenders throughout the season. A trip to the Range followed with the Techites dropping two close contests to Bemidji and Crosby. The narrow margin of victory in these games stamped our team as one to watch during the conference season. Wins over Foley, Alexandria and Little Falls followed with a loss to Marshall of Minneapolis. Staples came to St. Cloud and went away with a well earned victory. Then the season was closed in a rush of wins over the powerful Brainerd and Crosby tives. Sauk Rapids, Monticello and Foley were defeated for thegjstrjct 'flag Levy -- 1' ,I , n W' T . Upper right: Coach Tom iv Antil, who coached the l Tech team to another dis- trict championship. Left: Bob Hary. Bob, after a late start came into form and was the outstanding defensive player on the squad. Center: Marvin Stearns. Stearns played at both forward and guard. His ability in passing and handling the ball were of value to the team. Right: Dale Johnson. A fine long shot threat who pull- ed the Alexandria game out of the fire. 1 f "A" SQUAD I H PQ Lettermen's Club Row 1: Sartell, Nutz- man, Shaffer, Deering Truzinski, Luckemeyer Hary, Baches, Hadden Biller. Row 2: Snyder Lauer, Tuber, Larson Kohler, Johnson, Welsh Malmborg, Mr. Morri- son. Row 3: Long, Fritz Renn, Ellenbecker Baker, Stockinger. Smndmg Hansen Lpdyke Schm1dr Broker, Meyers, Burr Cook llmters Tllltf manager Seated: Chapman, Bowler Tolman larsen Swanson XIQIHTI Front: McLeod, me TRACK Tech scanty-clads not to be outdone by the athletes in other sports set some re- cords on their own hook during the 1940 track season. The tracksters won first in all of the following meets: St. Johns In- vitationalg District 195 Granite Seveng Regional g and placed in eighth place in the state meet. Leading point getters were Luckemeyer in the dashes, Truzinski and Malmborg in the hurdles, Baker, Schmidt, and Stevenson in the weightsg Walker in the jumps, and Welsh, Weis, Snyder and Luckemeyer in the relay. Page Y-.1 67 GIRLS SPURTS I? 5 S Eff, Margaret Ayers, Head of Archeryg Marjorie Kay Head of Kittenballg Kathleen Hollern, Head of Badminton Mary Alyce Terres, Head of Basket Bally Dana Sand Head of Swimming. 'S Many a ducking or a noseful of water was had by these mermaids of the Aquatic Club, as well as instructions in Life Saving. Reading left to right: Clark, Watts, Olson, Schultz, Ander- son, Hultman, Butler. Row 2: Stromen, Campbell, Gregory, Terres, Bargabus. Pictured at the left is an action shot of a typical gym class playing basket ball. Good sportsmanship in all phases of the word can be found here. Page 68 Here is the champion basket ball team, headed by Dorothy Broding. Row 1: Keeney, Rose Broding, Schriml, Schultz. Row 2: Stromen Kay, Gill, Bukowski, Terres, Bissit, Bargabus Through much competition and spirited rivalry the Junior team received the laurels. , Gig 'e G Members of the champion volleyball team are: Row 1: Campbell, Reimer. Row 2: Krogh, Gill, Mund, Scharen- broich. Heads of G. A. A. are: Mund, Gill, Campbell, Krogh. Pat Butler Head of Dance Club Helen Eickholt Head of Outdoor Sports June Simmers Head of Tumbling Beatrice Reimer Head of Volleyball Y'et's dance. Hall gossip." Hear no evil Head's up!" Tech's rooter kmgs Pen-scratchers K Marching Maids of Melody." Bottoms up!" Time out." Legs." Inquisitive Pat?" Locker language." , I Tiriself' A little wider please ee." Noses are red hi." SENIUR P 4? B N N ff'l ' 3 'N' gn I U Q! 4 3'- 14 3 Q BL., Q , """ AM Q X14 I ' .4 L., 4 S ,?'?"w agp-A f L J ' .aw ,ff V :T-gf 'A A H . 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