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

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The education we have received and the eals we have upheld has been built upon e foundation of these qualities. It is our youthful enthusiasm and boundless ergy that blend together when Highlights 7 passes in review. Musicians displayed their talents mas concert and assembly. Ward Cater and Alma Shay toast their futurn sucu ss at Tech. mnmmmmwgg 31 7 ,, , , J, Q . ! f ' S l , -521 . W. .'l . ,:..f K N H ' 4 fs , 'f , Q . x 2 , , I7 .It r X , . . li ,Lf gf -'O ,F , 1' H ' mf 5' ff jf ,gf To... I Miss Myrtle C. Bacon . . . who combines her wirdom with a youthful .rpirit to develop individual .rpeech talent: and to perfect play productions. ' 5,1 ,1-Ay '.6,..,.' fxxg I ll Sfh lr. x if y 1 vm , W. 1 A .,, 4' aj,- 9 I J A' vi ' af ' ,I .. Ox I 3 J QQX it 4' x M ,.:. 1 " 2 I 'N 2 ,Q F f I A Q Z A YZ, .. f ,, r. , Aa ' , 5' is ii ' "L f '1 ' 4 5 V K? E , ' ff l A 2 ' -' ld.. W K ,v li , . ' I ,..f- ...- ,1- .f-,. sy., WS 3 I k,,,..4 ' 'A 4 ff' Q 4 1 .nf ,Q ,,. 1 5 . if 5 I 5 1 Q I if EV X 2 f 4 Q Z 2 iii i -13 - I I I 'IVIIIIIII IIF UIINTENTS INTRODUCTION CURRICULUM ORGANIZATIONS ATHLETICS SCHOOL LIFE PERSONNEL DIRECTORY CURRICULUM ' 'Gosh, nearly the end of the nine weeks. Guess I'll really have to hit these books. How silly, with this meager store of brains I certainly can't pull an A. Oh well . . . " "Wonder what I should wear tomorrow . . . come to think of it there isn't much in my closet to wear!" "What in the world does this mean? az + bz 2 cz. Where am I ever going to use this?" "I never have time for my own personal pleasures . . . sure would love to take a look at thatnew Seventeen. Guess I'd better not." "O. K. so I'll never be a mathematician. I just wish I could read some of these words . . . Pythagrr . . . Pythagorean therom. Who in the world is he?" "Hm, wonder what that blind date will look like . . . tall, dark, handsome. My word, what if he's one of those funny looking characters. What's that? Looks are only skin deep? Guess you've got a point there." "Enough of this. Guess I'll glance at that English assign- ment. What's this . . . success is not a matter of genius. It depends on adequate preparation and indomitable de- termination." Long pause. "You know, they might have somethin' at that." ii M. Canfield soon learns that Miss Hill s Latin lessons Spanish students J. Michaelson J. Rotar and M. Valerius are important. look on as Miss Arvanitis counts money. D Schmidt begins work on that senior term paper R Plombon gets added English knowledge from Mr Ferguson Vllllllll U0 IISES I Illllill ll Problems with the participles and adventure Wlth xerbs are all part of the English cur rlculum Basic principles of grammar ar strlngently heeded Students also learn t express their thoughts and ideas throug themes and term papers Prose and poetr for appreciation and enjoyment considerln both England and America make for a thoroug program Singing songs translating stories and learn ing the customs of other countries are some o the 3ClLlVlt19S enjoyed by students ln languag classes During the Yuletide season Latin Spanish French and German students concen trate on the singing of C hristmas carols I masterlng these languages the students lefmr to understand and to appreciate the thought and actions of foreign people S Fell J Brenden and J Halxerson portrav Jullus Caesar characters during sophomore Fnghsh class 7 , s l A N l 1 9 . . u U 7 o l . 7 Y X . 1 K l V Q .. 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'W ,' ' ." , .4 A .Y 'ee. f Y I 'V , MN' , t X C , X Q fy, 'WW' is R Archibald points out the majestic beauty of France to D Gruska vshile studying thc French language I lllllllllllll Wlllll Clll Tllllll Experience in newspaper Writing and year book publication is offered in the Journalism publish one issue of THF TP CH 'lhey are given frequent assignments and are required to meet deadlines This helps to prepare them for their future iobs on the staff Speech classes prowide the opportunity for tudents to gain coniidence through experience aried phases of speech work are studied and iscussed Work is done in stage make up anel discussions original oratory amateur ctlng and public speaking Members of the senior speech class wrote nd produced their own script Interplanetary nterlude for the homecoming assembly Sophomore and Junior classes give speeches uitable for different occasions Audio visual aid is an inviting element to F Slobetz S Dallman D Schwichtenberg and K Beltz in their German class JuniorJournal1stsJ Eiffert P Thurston G Way L LaSota and B Megarrv concentrate on getting enough Quill and Scroll inches V Lohmann D Machemex J Ampe S Sweeter T T Carlstrom mtently watches P Stueve vshile she Young and J Yozamp gixes a practice introduction during speech class I Qvgg ' 1 Y ,ma I .if m..,m Elf? ' ' 5 uf . X . e gif' W 2 5 fl' "" if i it is i f , i si 2 f. 1, g, J J l l l , Q I - .L X A 1 . 1 S department. Each year the junior journalists ' ' ' 1 T L . . J . J I . I A 1 xl I K X . I f X 7. 1 . . x A . I . . c . . ' . ' 7 n nt 4 1: . Y. . . 7 7 , . ' , . 'l , . 1 ' ' ll . . - . 1 , . . . , . , , . , 77 ' ' 7 ' ' . ' .' Senior speech provides experience in stage make up for 1 , v v . 1 . , . . f, - , - V 1 I .' ' . . . ' ' . Q A :rf I if A 'V 'r 1' L 7 r l ' 3'-tg? I L Wolf gets a lesson on correct measurement from Mr Franttx Mr Franttl shows M LaSota how a theorem IS a v1tal part of plane geometry ,,- L Neeser D Campbell and C Van Nostrand do thexr blologx speculatlng through mlcroscopes 'l'llllll'l' Mllllllill Klll Students who find numbers clrcles, and cyhnders no problem are offered a varlety o mathematlcal courses Baslc math plane ge ometry elementary algebra hlgher algebra solld geometry and trlgonometry are the classe Baslc math classes study the fundamental of mathematlcs Th1s year s class dld researc work IH xnstallment buylng Students lear that d1sc1pl1ne of thought, accuracy and exact ness IS demanded to understand and to solv perplexmg problems Solld geometry and trlgonometry are mos beneflclal to semors preparmg to enter college Square roots are easy to find on the shde rule explams L Barrettattempts to explaln a trxg chart to M Powelson Mr Kerr to J Sevde and M Wllson and R Prlgge fa ' L , l r J J gr . 7 . 7 5 open to these students. tai-Wg? J D1 ckcr and R Frank get inx olx ed in mtchanics during Chemistrx experiments arouse the curiosity of D physics lab Cashman and R Peterson Besidts book larnin knowledge is provided hrough actual experiments. Biology, physics nd chemistry provide the opportunity to get he facts. The physics classes study the characters as hoxnn bx VN Whiting L Drayton and E Holes Problems of Democracy students get the inside story on voting during the presidential election Standing are E Schmitt T Ach and D Schmidt hysical laws of the universe Senior chtmis i y students often find discoveries both startling nd revealing Too often the revealing part is I e odor Biology projects done by students taught l em to appreciate the World around them Making charts and drawing maps are all in day s work for students of government nited States history, and current affairs ere preparation is made so that the students ill be able to cope with future social political I d economic problems Students in current affairs class obserxe the latest world happenings f i s lll'l'll Ulllll lllll lllll L A , l I J l 1 n History is made easier vbyvactually depicting lx I . sy . . . . Y Y . ' . . 1 . . if ,V V? iw' 'I'Ii lllllllll MSISTB l The success of tomorrow s homemakers was lnsured by practlcal tramlng 1n the home economles department Courses covered chlld care, home plannmg and furnlshmg, food preservatlon and preparatlon and etlquette Through tht halls on first floor could be heard the echo of tappmg typewrlters and Cl1ClxlI'1 addmg machlnes Shorthand students coul be found translatmg Words 1nto new sx mbols In the bookkeeplng room, a radlatmg smxl could be seen on the faces of those fortunat students Whose l1ab1l1t1es and assets balance IH the first attempt on the balance sheet Ty plng busmess pr1nc1ple and law, book keepmg clerlcal ofhce practlce and stenograph help to prepare students for office posxtlons D Denchficld and K Pfannenstcm arrange the shoe dlsplay they placed IH a first floor showcase K Bayley and L Phxlllpp examme P Studmskm s work as she recovers a chaxr whlch IS a part of thefr upholstermg unlt P Studmsln K Baylew D Gohman and J Gohmann prepare a Halloween party lunch for elementary chrldren they entertamed Mlss Kloos he lps J Johnson wlth her manuscrlpt tx pmg Members of the buslness prmclples class look on C Kronenberg L Barrett and D O Brmen take dlctatlon from thelr dlctatlng machmes D y l l 1 1 ,. . 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Uv -ivy Q . 1 W lll+VI+llIPlIl'NP Ill blllllllll ltCllI11qlltSlU cirtoommz celamlcs lttterlng photography ind mobllt m :lung au taught IN tht art cl xssts Special xrt work was dom on a C hrlstm IS concert setting md dance posters C 1rl s shop gne femmmt hands an oppor tunlty to dutlop and bulld furmshmgs for the home Physlcal cducatlon programs prowde both trenuous md rtlaxmgf forms of rtcreatlon for '1 sch girls 'l his year s classes actlwely partlcl ated 1n basketball xollevball swlmmmg umbllng and coed danclng Members of the masculme gender busy hemselyes ln playmg touch football basket all volleyball softball track SWlmmlHQ,' and anclng Llfesaxlng a newly formed class at Tech eaches adx anced swlmmmg skllls to both boys nd g1rls Step two three 1s the baslc pattern for students ln the phxs1cal educatxon danclng program Inactlwe nerves and muscles get a good workout durmg physlcal education classes C Schmltt finds that paste always comes ln handv especlally ln art class B Mlller gets an exact measurs me nt for her glrl s shop projf ct R I-Ioerher practlces h1s rescumg sk1lls on C Maxlc durlng llfe savlng class J JJ 4 J . 11 l. ,, . . . . . 1: 1' I -11' 11 1 1 1 1. 4, ., , f-'vi X 2, ., . 1 x' 2..".'. X" Z ' QS ' ' 's .1 . ., , ' 1 . , . 1 1 c. 1. c 1. ,. , .v . . I 1 - - 1'1 1 1 'I 1 1 K2 1 1 1' , . , . , . . . 1 1 11 - 1. X x v . . 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' - ' 1 X f 1 1' 1 1 , . Y. 71 1 v 1 5 . , , .' .' ,' ', . . v , l . . . t. . b, . . , L.. . , , '1 , . ' H. '..' - .', ' ' - R Hoerbmr runs oil programs :luring printing class in T Friclson incl Xlr Hmnnmg gurrl fhacl the circuit on the ne xx X oc mon xl llllllfllflg' 1 rulio bhop clrmmg przpares C Ristovl lor a luture career L VN oltl find that the modern equipment in tarpen 'l'I+lIl'l'l4 llIlIfI1l'l' Ill Figuring out the mysterles of blucprlnts an printing keeps the students alert IH archl students learn by doing actual projects De tailed lawouts for homes and the printing o tickets programs and publlcatlons are some o the activities in which these boys participate Radio servicing house wiring and th electron theory are all 1nX olx ed IU the Work o the elnctricity radio and elactronlcs classes Funclament ils IH using h incl tools lre learner in VK ooflworlxlng I while Lll u all iblt powt tools in emplovul for W ooclworlxlng ll proytts Shu t metal classes start with slmple exerclst incl increase to Cl1lhllLL1lf, operatlons C Hooperlearns to use the lathe made ax ailable in general metal . ' ' .' ' ' .' ' ' ' .."i.' 1 . . 1 ' sfzz -"Q -' l W I l 1 l l l F J J ll J . ' 1 Q 3 x . it x . LY try aids him in his Woodcraft. tectural drawlng and prlntlng classes. Thes . , . l. 1 . Q, . . A 1 ' ' ' ' A I ' I 1, I ' , . , I X , A s. gn ' z . ' .' 2 . z X N ' y i 2 Z 'f 2 x x x 1 , , ' V' ' , . ll X C 5 ' it L I ' l A A I-K in V0llll'l'llINilli Tlilllllllllll. Students in carpentry classes are concerned with reading blueprints and doing actual con- work on a frame building. Extra included the construction of a name number board to be used at basketball Learning the techniques of operating gas and arc Welders makes the work in welding much easier. In the automotives classes, mechanically boys are supplied with automobiles and capable direction they learn the im- of each part and how each may be Conservation of topsoil and new methods in management is of great concern to future The agricultural students gain a bet- understanding of stock raising and feeding. Sabrowsky works on an essential part of the Steinhaus and L. Schabel adjust a power mower ag. class R. Schneider finishes his work on the lathe during a machine shop class. E. Schreifels and R. Negaard are busily engaged in the construction of a desk. Welding students need protection and must be extra cautious in their work. D XIII! hell tells a customer about the good qualltlfs of F Shulte gets ome adxue from Mr Be clscr on correct addlng 1 brand hat durmg hls part tlmc employ ment Hall 'Monitors Back Row D Rossmclsl D Kjos D Jones F John on VN Kuflel T Paczkouslsl Bus Patrol R Thompson G Wxpper J Decl-.er A Ahles S Mauq D Rothsteln mdCh1Hf proce dures 'Pla lS Tech s Cooperatxve Part Tlme program allows Qtudents to earn whlle thev learn Students attend regularlv scheduled mornlng classes but 1n the afternoon have Jobs chosen to colnclde Wlth then' 1nd1v1dual ab1l1t1es and lnterests Clerlcal olhce practlce 1s a class for students mterested IH learnmg ofhce skllls and pro cedurea Workmg 1n the nnterest of safetv, bus patrol members supervlse the loadlng and unloadmg of passengers and homebound students Appreclatxon IS HIVGH to those who serve Tech IH the capacltv of study hall monltors and hall momtors Thev help add to the cfhclent runmng of the school StudyH1llNIon1tors B1LkRowx S Shzggebv W Kullel D Olson D Jones T Kukkola G Boatman R Hamer N1 Neeser D Denchfifld F Marxln F Relchensperger K Hollenklmp B IJfSMdFdlN G Welhrauch J Jxns en I Pattcrson M Mufr I' Iohn on K Chlrhart 'Nlcgarrx K Pfanmnstem J Decker D Cashman Rohm-son MISS Johnson has V Kleln open wlde for IHSPQCUOD K Ach and Mlss Kloos dlscuss next year s courses Gllllll SUHIIUI VHNAGEME 'I' If you have seen someone runnmg around school collectmg absence sllps It was more than hkely a student ofhce messenger These people help IH the mam office and attendance office They run errands dellver messages and make themselx es generally useful Health SGTVICQ IS extended to every Techlte by the school nurse Prccautlonary slght hearmg, dental and tuberculosls tests are made Tech s excellent guldance SQFVICQ keeps records of students mterest aptltude and achlevement tests These enabled the counsel ors to help Tech students wlth personal, edu The school l1brar1an and her helpers provlde recreatlonal and research opportumtles for 1nd1v1dual needs Office 'Nlessengers Top Row G Hartmann J Ampe H Iacher B Lacher D Flsh L Pallansch J Maus F' Salzbrun P Gardner C Ncgaard D Michel J Decker durxng a counsellng perlod Techltes take adxantage of the well run llbrary K Kusserovs and Mr LIOTTIQOH confer on an absence excuse I J . 2 . . , ' . I . , , 1 1 I ' - . . . . , , . . g . Y . Q l . 1 - cational and vocational problems. J b ,J N If , A J x . fs x ORGANIZATIONS The gavel banged three times . . . the clamoming voices slowly quieted . . . and the meeting had officially begun. "Order of business today concerns the conduct in the school halls. Are there any suggestions or opinions from the floor? The chair recognizes Big Joe." "Well, the way I see it . . . all this fuss has been caused by the underclassmen . . . you know, sophomores and juniors. Course we seniors wouldn't think of running in the halls or even hurrying to reach the lunch line. After all, we're the example-setting class of the school. You know . . . always obey the rules and regulations!" "Mr. President, we must stop the running in the halls, but we certainly can't punish just the sophs and juniors. VVhy don't . . . " And the discussion goes on . . . and on . . . and on. "Mr. President, Ivmove we table this discussion until we have further evidence as to what group is the direct cause." "Motion carried . . . and the meeting is adjourned." "Hey fellas don't you think the blame should be placed upon those juniors and sophomores?" "Sure, Big Joe, Natch, we seniors just don't do things like that . . . always obey the rules, that's our motto!" Suddenly the door opened and a voice distinctly yelled inside, "Hey, Joe, Ethics Committee meets tomorrow morning . . . don't forget your theme!" . 14. 'asv- Q, .fi Q Nu - 4, ..., A ii al , 4 Q f 'HPF' ' W1vwfM"'f'AM' ' ,sf o W T TUIIE 'l' CIIUNUIL ASSISTS I UH0llL AUTIVITIE School Spirit Members: Top Row: J. Miller, J. Fogo, R. Weaver,fB. Barnes . . . S. Wahlin, C. Millett, B. Megarry, J. Brenden. Under the capable leadership of president, Ken Lacherg vice-president, Judy Gustafson, secretary, Gretchen Boatmang and treasurer, John Millerg student council took care of problems confronting the student body. Serving the school as a working democracy, the student council aimed at maximum pupil participation in school activities, the promotion of school activities, and the encouragement of loyalty, friendliness, and fair play. One of the council's first major projects of the year was familiarizing sophomores with the routine of school life. The Orientation and Handbook committees published "Said and Done" a pocket-sized book giving information on activities and happenings throughout the year. "Apple For The Teacher Day" sponsored by the council was a Tech first. During National Education Week, a special day was set aside to honor the Tech faculty. Teachers received gifts ranging from gaily decorated apples to apple pies, seeds and cider. With the aid of the student body this event proved to be a big success. Transportation and Concessions: Top Row: J. Brenden, T. Schmid . . .B. Lacher, G. Anderson. Charity Drives Committee: Top Row: B. Belschner, G. Akervick, J. Brenden . . . J. Halverson, B. Megarry, R. Potter. Orientation and Handbook: Top Row: J. Eitfert, R. Weaver, C. Millett . . . A. Reed, K. Zniewski, J. Fogo . . . M. Wicktor, M. Powelson, K. Schmitt. Dance Committee: Top Row: M. Wicktor J. Mence . . . M. Meyer, S. Corey, S Jc Tllllll Gll0ll'l' YEAR. As they progressed they also tackled the problems of All Sports Day, Career Day and Religious Emphasis Week. Student council has under its charge various committees which handle standing problems. Charity Drives committee has the job of organization and general supervision of the drives at school. The were under the T Y of Barbara Belschner. Dance committee has the task of handling for school dances to be held the year. School pep fests are written, produced, and supervised by members of the Spirit committee. They also sold pep and ribbons. Council also has charge over the student run halls and monitors. To handle violators school rulings, Tech has a student Ethics Dwayne Denchfield served as Committee chairman. Student Council Officers: J. Miller, D Denchfield, K. Lacher, J. Gustafson, G. Boatman Ethics Committee Members: Top Row: R Siegmund, J. Cossette, Ron Ziebol, M. Meyer D. Denchfield, B. Wolff. Council Members: Top Row: B. Wolff, J. Mence, G. Strand, G. Bertram, B. Lacher, J. Brenden D. Kalscheuer . . . L. Morrison, D. Fenlason, B. Savage, D. Denchfield, R. Ziebol, D. Machesney, D Kuffel, R. Siegmund . . . T. Neils, G. Akervik, K. Lacher, R. Archibald, H. Lacher, B. Slaney, B. DeZurik T. Teigen, B. Megarry . . . Miss Hill, J. Miller, S. Corey, J. Brenden, R. Weaver, B. Belschner, C. Millett B. Oberg, J. Eiffert, T. Schmid, Mr. Bettendorf . . . C. Kronenberg, M. Wictor, G. Boatman, J. Gustafson P. Hurd, A. Reed, M. Schmidt. lIONllliAliY lllillil lZA'l'l0N Scholarship, leadership, character, and service are the four ideals characterizing National Honor Society members. Each year there are two induction ceremonies. Selection of members is the joint responsibility of faculty and students and is done on an objective basis. By accepting this honor, a member pledges to uphold the ideals of the society, not only while he attends school, but also for a life of useful- ness in the years ahead. Several projects were initiated during the year. Senior members put an honor system into effect whereby students took examinations without an instructor being present. Members also sold book covers, pep ribbons, sponsored a pencil vending machine in the oflice, and participated in the All School Carnival. The Mothers Day Banquet closed the yearys activi- ties. Top: N. H. S. Officers: G. Boatman, vice- presidentg Mr. F. J. Herda, adviser: J. Brenden, president, S. Corey, secretary: T. Schmid, treasurer. Bottom: R. Potter and M. Peel sell a Tech book- cover to S. Merchant. , N. H. S. Members: Top Row: R. Lacher, D. Youel, J. Mence, W. Wood, D. Kjos, R. Anderson, G. Anderson, G. Strand, J. Ingram, J. Brenden . . . D. Denchfield, R. Ziebol, W. Savage, I. Hannahs, L. LaSota, S. Corey, M. Zwilling, M. Wilson, R. Kurtzman, T. Ach, D. Cashman, J. Walker . . . W. Kurfel, D. Goenner, R. Slaney, A. Reed, S. VVahlin, C. Carpenter, B. Jackson, K. Asleson, B. Barnes, R. Weaver, C. Millett, M. Powelson, G. Hartmann, D. Machesney, R. Kutfel . . . W. Megarry, J. Decker, L. Barrett, M. Cairns, M. Meyer, C. Kronenberg, M. Peel, G. Boatman, J. Fogo, E. Henning, D. Hurd, T. Schmid, R. Beehler . . . T. Dock, B. Megarry, D. Bell, B. Belsehner, J. Gustafson, V. Lohmann, M. Rechess, R. Potter. Qulll ind Scroll Nlembers Top Row VN Megarrx M Poxselson J Brenden R Peter on J Mlller R Slanex Mr Nelson B Barnes I LaSota S Wahlln J Leraas F Holes B Jackson l Hannahs G Boatman P NlClflOl on X lohmann E' Henmng lillllllh ILE lllll' 'lllllll G 'l'llllllN'l' Qulll and Scroll ofhclallv known as the Inter natlonal Honorary Soclety for Hlgh School Journallsts IS composed of all those students who have a flalr for wrltlng and who haye put thls talent to the best posslble use ln a student publlcatlon All prospectne members must haxe the requlred amount of copy publlshed and must hax e done superlor work 1n Journahstlc wrltmg The prlnted materlal IS submltted to the natlonal organlzatlon for approxal Each sprlng the Quxll and Scroll banquet IS held Pubhcatlons staff for the next year IS announced The Jumor Academy of Sclence IS a state rganlzatlon for young scxentlsts It IS open 0 any student who IS lnterested ln sclence and I as completed a project ln anv of the sclcntlfit f elds Members cxhlblt thelr projects at the clence Falr at the Teachers College fhls ear sueral students rtcelxcd hlgh ratmgs llowlng them to enter the State Falr at I ochester. Jumor Academy Sclence 'Nlembers Top Row T 'Young S Dallman D Youel F Slobetz J Dalman M Powelson J Leraas J Vandcll K Asleson Dock B Arnhold G Boatman A Reed Oli? The Techoes Staff: G. Boatman, F. Reichensperger, M. M. Stellmach, T. Dock, B. DesMarais, F. Rechess, B. Barnes, B. Erdmann, M. Powelson, and Mr. Slobetz, look overideas for the Technicana. Nelson approve an annual layout. 5,,guuuMW"""" The red and black Techoes cover gets smiling approval from M. Powelson, editorg B. Barnes, picture editor: G. Boatman, copy editorg and B. Erdmann, art editor. PA TE Il TYPE HELP Few people are fully aware of the long hc and endless problems posed by the schoo yearbook. Even before school opened September, the editors put their heads toget to exchange ideas and make tentative plz From these rough ideas until the distribut of the Techoes, there was no let-up of ta such as planning the theme and cover, dc writeups, drawing layouts, proofreading, cropping pictures. Tech's literary magazine, the Technicana, published each spring by the Scribes. Ur the direction of Kenneth Ferguson, the s sorted the various student written ther poetry, essays and they prepared it for pu cation. Technicana Staff: Top Row: R. Nolan, F. Slobetz, R. Kuffel . . .G. Akervik, J. Juenemann, C. Buelow, D. Heins, S. Hoeft, B. Upson, J. Dalman . . . M. Stellmach, J. Gohmann, B. DesMarais, J. Biendara, S. Brainard, W. Whiting, Mr. Ferguson . . . E. Hartman, A. Crepeau, J. Derr, P. Gardner, T. Dock. TAFF Tech Staff: Top Row: J. Brenden, F. Reichensperger . . . Mr. Nelson, adviser: S. Storlie E. Henning, P Nicholson,I Hannahs M Cairns B ' . . , . , . Belschner, J. Miller . . . S. Wheelock, V Lohmann, B. Jackson, R. Potter, R. Peterson, S. Wahlin, MEET DEADLI E . Two high awards were presented to the newspaper, The Tech. The National Association awarded the paper an All- rating while the Columbia Scholastic Association awarded a medalist rating. The paper is produced by senior staff life bi-weekly issue. spring underclassmen, who have taken working under the leadership of editor in chief. Interest in school problems highlighted submit letters of application for on the yearbook and paper to the of Publications. This board selects the who will fill staff positions. I7 nal' Folding papers was a routine job for M. Zwilling, S. Wahlin, V. Lohmann, members of The Tech staff. Publications Board: Top Row: E. Henning, C. Millett, R. Perrin, F. Slobetz, M. Powelson, J. Gustafson . . . Mr. D. Nelson, Mr. K. Ferguson, Mr. J. Leigh, Mr. T. Zeyher. llllS Zll 'l'1l D PARKLE Members of the concert band took part in Christmas Festival," Spring Formal and presented their own Sunday after- concert for the public. Honors were as they were featured as "The Band the Week" on the WCCO radio program and a high rating in the district music Featured groups of the band are the Tech Hats, school dance band, the brass sextet band. They perform at different throughout the year. Pep Band: Top Row: G. Way, E. Beumer, J. Lampy, D. Rydberg . . . R. Anderson, R. Parsons, B. Belsc-hner, G. Skewes, D. Lund, J. Walker. : B. Ophiem, J. Robbins, J. Lampy, B. Belschner, Mr. E. Hertz, E. Beumer, J. Hansen, I. Hannahs, D. L. Sundby, S. Sheggeby, D. Lund, J. Walker . . . L. Tessari,lL.! Drayton, R. Keeney, M. Yaeger, D. Abeln, Skewes, J. Frampton, R. Parson, R. Anderson . . . D. Campbell, B. Elmquist, T. Weismann, M. Cairns, A. Olson, R. Kurtzman, G. Minor . . . R. Peterson, M. Peel, K. Boethin, K. Minor, R. Potter. Wl'l'll UNIQUE M.lllUllllllll ll l'I' Brass Sextet: Top Row: R. Anderson, G. Doeflen, G. Skewes . . . D. Lund, B. Belschner, R. Nelson. Discussion Members: Top Row: F. Slobetz, S. Adler, Mr. Zeyher, J. Dalman, L. Hoehl, C. Van Nostrand . . . C. Brummer, G. Way, M. Poxxelson, S. Michalski. IHSUUSSIII , IIEIWI' UL ll llllP'l'Illlll 'I'A'l'Il H0 0ll Members of the discussion team had a successful season. Their topic for this year was "How can Minnesota best preserve its natural resources?" The team spent many long hours of practice under the capable di- rection of Mr. Theodore Zeyher. Discussion students participated in the district festival at Sauk Rapids and the regional contest at Buffalo. .Lou Ann Hoehl, sophomore, was selected as region five representative in the state meet Where she won a superior rating. Debate Members. Top Row. D. Schutt, R. Nolan, J. Brenden, P. Hall . . . Dick, R. Lacher, M. LaSota, T. Dock, J. Halvorsen, D. Nelson . . . L. LaSota, J G. Boatman, D. Nelson. should sustain the prices of major agricult products at not less than 9061 of parity the topic for this year's debate team. baters had a very successful season as tl placed high in practice tournaments. . . .. 0 . V - U u 1 ' I d "Resolved that the federal governmen , u ' 77 X l regional competition they came out on with a third place position This allo them to travel on to the state meet recognition and honor is given to vars debaters, Gretchen Boatman, Jerry Bren Tara Dock and Lorene LaSota, who Tech a fifth place in the state. ART UI, li, IHIPHEIR' GIVE .EIIVIUE il Il .il'I'l.F.lC'l'l0 . Art Club Members: Top Row: M. Madsen, J. Hagen, S. Fell, J. Halverson, M. Wilson, C. Buelow, S. Corey, J. Leraas, P. Strand, M. Milhaupt, K. Kusserow . . . F. Eiffert, B. Upson, B. Elmquist, P. Blaske, D. Campbell, L. Tessari, N. Strommer, K. Campbell, E. Holes . . . K. Zniewski, B. Erdmann, S. Bennett, J. Eiffert, P. Hurd, B. Thies, A. Gallagher, G. Boatman . . . M. Meyer, J. Vandell, M. Wicktor, A. Reed, P. Maher, S. Urquhart, M. Schmidt. Art Club began its year with the task of preparing decorations for homecoming. The annual banquet saw initiates yielding to the desires of the old members. A trip to the Walker Art Center climaxed the activities for the year. Gopher Historians learned more about St. Cloud citizens and the history of Minnesota. Their special project was doing research work and submitting it to the Gopher Historian magazine. New members Went through a rigorous initiation and then attended meetings and participated in various field trips. C. Kronenberg, K. Beltz, D. Richter and P. Kothmann show some of the research articles that have been written by Gopher Historians. Gopher Historian Members: Top Row: R. Kurtzman, G. Way, K. Asleson, G. Mitchell . . . Miss Bacon, B. Miller, F. Will, R. Frank, M. Krolzek, K. Beltz, C. Kronenberg, Miss Gove . . . M. Rechess, S. Brainard, J. Savage, P. Kothmann, R. Peters. IERIIUE GIHIIIPS GIVE TIME IINII Tillill 'I' Service for others is the motto of the Junior Red Cross. It is one of the largest and most active organizations at Tech. One of their projects was the making of place mats for patients in the hospitals. They also packed gift boxes for children overseas. During the Junior Red Cross drive they sponsored a girl's basketball game which proved to be a big success. The three service clubs, besides being active social groups, perform services in the interest of the school. Members of IHI have care of the flag raising ceremony at the basketball games while the girls of Tri V see to it that the trophy cases are kept sparkling clean. IHI and Tri V members were given special citations for the time and work they contributed during the Muscular Dystrophy drive. K' 14 QP- 5 Tri V Members: M. Meyer, K. Schmi -55, -.. 4. Persen, V. Lohmann, Miss Jenson, I. M. Cates, C. Carpenter, S. Plombon. Q70 raises the temperature during the J. R. C. kick-off assembly. r ly FQ ' . Don't be a heel, be generous. B. Belschner Junior Red Cross Members: Top Row: J. Gohmann, J. Hagen, C. Buelow, C. Theisen, J. Brenden, M. Milhaupt K. Asleson, N. Mayer, S. Beberg, K. Archibald, S. Brainard, E. Steman . . . P. Gardner, N. Boethin, B. Jackson, S Wahlin, P. Blaske, K. Lewis, D. Abeln, D. Campbell, N. Strommer, L. Tessari, S. Johnson, C. Braun, J. O'Gara . . B. Oberg, J. Biendara, J. Gustafson, I. Hannahs, C. Diedrich, A. Gallagher, P. Strand, P. Hurd, P. Webber, J. Denker B. Thies, S. Wheelock, S. Bennett . . . Miss P. Hill, L. Meemken, R. Potter, S. Gallagher, M. Young, P. Nicholson B. Nelson, R. Hansen, S. Urquhart, B. Janssen, D. Gohman, M. Rechess, M. Bischoff . . . M. Kothmann, E. Steman P. Beltz, M. Schmidt, N. Bartz, D. Baker, M. Canfield, D. Bayley, M. Sogard. tt I. R. C. Members: Top Row: D. Machesney, J. Halverson, K. Kusserow, M. LaSota, P. Blaske, R. Kuffel, F. Slobetz, S. Dallman, L. Hoehl, M. Milhaupt, L. LaSota S Fell, J. Dalman . . . K. Lewis, J. Bergstrom, J. Eiffert, B. omg, K. Ach, C Nanderlee V. Burton D Cam b ll E H . , , . p e , . enning, K. Beltz, L. Tessari . . . N. Strommer, G. Ruehle, P. Hurd, S. Callahan, C. Stark, S. Wheelock, M. Meyer, B. Thies, J. Biendara, Miss Arvanitis . . . P. Nicholson, J. Derr, B. J . ' A ' ' ' anssen, . Shay, P. Beltz, B. Bick, D. Baker, M. Canfield. l I ISE IlFl'l' .UIIIIUL ll ll UHAIil'I'llBI.Il llllhl l A'I'l0 International Relations Club is designed to trengthen home and foreign relations. embers of the club are all either past or resent members of Spanish, French, Latin or erman. The clubs activities included the presentation a Christmas fashion show where members odeled fashion creations for all occassions. hey also sponsored a sidewalk cafe at the All hool Carnival. ff" S. O. S. Members: Top Row: Miss Arvanitis, B Arnhold, J. Gustafson, S. Storlie, B. Flrdmann, M Cairns, A. Chisholm, K. Campbell, J. Leraas, R Peterson. I. H. I. Members: Top Row: P. Nicholson, G. Boatman, R. Hanson, M. Neeser, D. Abeln, Miss Wisbroeker, S. Johnson, M. Wilson, S. Corey. .. 36 . l,. Terry O'Donnell gains teaching experience in an elementary classroom. T. N. T. Members: Top Row S. Maus, P. Johnson, C. Buelow T. O'Donnell, J. Robinson, R Wicke, S. Brainard, V. Lohman . . . Mr. Wiederanders J Patterson, S. Adler, R. Frank M. Rieber, D. Michel, L Drayton, S. Crepeau . . . M Krolzek, I. Hannahs, Y Johnson, Y. Schumann, E Hartman. 'I'IlIl.ll UL ll Plilllhlll "School Days! School Days! Dear ol golden rule days! This is a song the Futur Teachers of America will be hearing for som time to come. These students got on the jo training when they each visited an elementar school and took over the job of teaching a assigned grade. Throughout the year the held meetings which included guest speaker and panel discussions. Students learned phase and fundamentals of the teaching profession Learning today so that they may be success ful homemakers tomorrow is the goal of Tech' Future Homemakers of Tomorrow. The girl gain valuable knowledge through participatio in district meetings and the spring state meetin to which four members were sent. The Tec group was host this past fall to the Distric V FHA'ers. Service to the school is show when they serve the various banquets in th school cafeteria. F. H. A. Members: Top Row: Miss Malmsten, J. Moore, M. Wvilson, M. Powelson . . . Y. Johnson, M. Peel, J. Gohmann, B. Kimball, P. Johnson . . . D. Gohman, P. Gardner, K. Bayley, P. Lenarz, V. Prudhon. ATHLETICS Orange and black streamers were fluttering from the goal poles and the "On to Victory" sign flapped gaily about in the breeze. The stands were slowly being emptied and a look of satisfaction could be seen on the faces of the Tiger rooters. Yes, victory was ours. The tattered and soiled jerseys of the team gave further proof as they left the field and headed for the dressing rooms. Jansen joined the throng and slowly pushed his way in the general direction of the exit. "Great game, yes-siree, a gr-r-eat game!" "Say, did ya see that long pass interception . . . and those blocks we threw? Man, that's football! Hey buddy, know the name of that little feller on the other team? Did an all right job out there." "Ya, the name's Jones." "Well where's your praise for those fightin' Tigers. Didn't you enjoy the game?" "Sure, sure . . . played a good game . . . I guess." "You guess? Man, when those Tigers dig in like that well . . . all 'I can say is . . . great game, yes-siree, a gr-r-eat game!" Jansen finally reached the gates where the students of the opposing team were reluctantly filing into their awaiting bus. His newly acquired friend suddenly glanced about, hastily bid him farewell, and made a mad dash for the open door ofthe big blue and white vehicle. "Gr-r-eat game . . . indeed!" li 5, HMEGI U 55 UUWN Coach Nylund shows a football play to B. Wolff, honorable mention on All-Conference team: E. Johnson, All-Confer- ence first team: R. Plombon, honorable mention on All- Conference team: and B. Slaney, honorable mention on All-Conference team. FIGHTI G TIGERS LACK Although the Tiger football team lacked speed and experience they showed great desire and fight. They had tough luck inside op- ponents 10 yard line throughout the season failing to score after moving the ball fifty sixty yards downfield. The Gridmen reached their peak against high ranked Duluth Central by outplaying them and piling up 12 first dox to their 5 before losing 19-13. The poorest game of the season was agal Brainerd where costly mistakes took away 1 touchdowns. Coach D. Nylund and assistant W. Frantti. li. M-if f Dale Goenner, L. Guard Robert Lacher Tackle A-Football Team: Top Row: G. Weihrauch, E. Johnson, L. R. Slaney . . . Coach Nylund, R. Siegmund, D. Goenner, R. Ziebol, B. Savage . Xi G. Anderson, manager: B. Lacher, A. Danzl, R. Nolan, R. Plombon. William Wood Arthur Danzl Tackle Tackle PEEII A ll llXPlllllll Cll. This year's nine-game schedule was a tough one. The final conference game with the un- defeated Aitkin Gobblers was for the con- ference championship. The Tech team fought to the last before losing out 26-7. The team's conference record ended with 3 wins and 2 losses. The overall record of 3 wins, 5 losses, and one tie, wasn't too impressive but the clean, hard rough games the Tigers played gave fans the impression that the team was out to play to the best of their ability, win or lose. op Row: S. Engen, K. Zerves, W. Megarrv G Akervik Gerald Brenden Edwin Wilburg Center Find Weber, E. Wilburg, J. Brenden, C. Michaelis, Goach Frantiti . B. Endersbe, W. Wood, G. Strand, B. Wolff, K. Chirhart, Co-captain Co-captain Edward Johnson Robert Slaney Quarterback Guard Robert Endersbe End Sanford Engen Guard Robert Wolff Right End Gary Strand Right Halfback B Football Team Top Row J Steffes W Beckers E Stark G Themes J Merrlll D Lacher R Archlbald R Hoff R Hurd D Abbot N H111 R DeZur1k T Svxanson D Talbert R Deters D Rossmelsl J Sewde R Ahlgren D Kalscheuer R Kmd A Zlehl G Skevses D Beumer G Bertram D Perrln D Schutt D Youel T Carlstrom J Banvxell H Carlson J Coached bx Mr Allen Luckemewer the B helr onlv defeat of the season came agamst e St John s grldmen There were several speclal features of the foot ll season Among these were the homecom g festxvltles and Dad s Dax whlch honored e fathers of the Tlger football plax ers The udent bodv heard 'Vlr Thomas gavage ther of grldman Blll Qavage speak on the portance of school Splflt and sportsmanshlp otball plavers and eheerleaders yomed forces d presented thelr verslon of a Tlger song orus l1ne stwle Durmg the halves of the tball game the fathers recelved hot cups of ffee and other refreshments furnished bx the udent COUI'lCll O Oh O xou re lellllng me' slng F Johnson R Weaver and H Lacher durmg the Dads Dax assembly Y Mr Nlolan and Mr Slanex proudly applaud the efforts made bx thelr sons l J " 'VG 'Fl ll lll. llll IN llzl . am finished, with a x3 wine-fl recordl I ech ech ech ech eeh ech ech ech ech ech ech ech ech ech ech ech Robert Wolff Gary Strand Center Forward TElMC Varsity Scores Holdingford Staples Sauk Rapids Aitkin Albany Little Falls Brainerd Crosby-Ironton Foley Staples Aitkin Little Falls Brainerd Moundsview Royalton Litchfield Bob Wolfl' jumps high to retr exe the ball lur'n t e Tech Butlalo . 5 A g game. An opposing player has a good hold on Gary Strand as he gains possession of the ball. Who vsill get th ball is anyone guess as Bob Wolff and a Brainerd player both plunge to ards t eeh Buffalo Gary Strand i inxolxfd 'n a r ' ' s ' 'I 1 ' struggle fur the ball during the Crosby-Ironton game. B-Team: Top Row: Mr. Nylund, R. Hurd, L. Morrison, D. Kutlel, B. Savage, J. Sevde, G. Anderson . . . A. Martins, D. Perrin, J. Mence, J. Banwell, R. Ziebol. llllli WY, FAC LTY MEET l Tech's B-team had a highly successful season with 8 wins and 3 losses. The most exciting game of the season was the 55-54 Win over Brainerd in a sudden death overtime. Coach Nylund and his squad had other tight squeezes but managed to come out on top in most of the encounters. Faculty teammates were able to combine their talents and emerge victorious in the varsity-faculty game. The final score was faculty 44, varsity 39. Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Fl HBUWL UIASSIU 28 10 Crosby-Ironto 49 44 Staples 31 41 Aitkin 33 30 Little Falls 43 52 Brainerd 30 46 Crosby-Ironto 43 30 Staples 33 29 Aitkin 45 31 Little Falls 55 54 Brainerd 27 17 Moundsview Mr. Lemke drives in for a layup shot during faculty varsity game. Mr. Kasch presents the coveted fishbowl trophy to Donald Nylund and William Frantti, members of the victorious team. llllll GIlll'l'liEIl.' Illllll t' llllll.'.Fl'Ii .'Eli'lIl Tiger matmen had a successful year despite 7 wine' 9 loss record. With the assistance of ,oach James Kiffmeyer, the team showed their rue fight and spirit. Glen Weihrauch, junior, fought closer toward is attempt at a state title by reaching the uarter-finals in the state meet. ech 'ech ech 'ech ech ech ech ech ech ech ech ech ech ech ech ech 21 21 31 21 33 18 20 28 23 19 18 12 27 34 20 32 Cokato Crosby-Ironton Princeton Anoka Cokato Litchfield Willmar Hutchinson meyer pose before leaving for Dassel a tournament at Mankato. G. Weihraueh and Coach Kiri- Crosby-Ironton Dassel Willmar Budalo Foley Litchfield Princeton Wayne Kuffel 145 lb. Div. D. Beumer has a good hold on his Litchfield opponent during the All Sports Day match. Wrestling: Top Row: L. Milner, A. Ziehl, D. Beumer, G. Weihrauch, D. Kalscheuer .... I . Robinson, .I. Merrill, D. Talbert, W. Kuifel, J. Robbins. PUUKSTERS HUSTLE THEIR WAY I T0 REGIUNA Hockey Squad: Top Row: Coach Frantti, T. Duncan J MuDtlf9T1Hg T Swanson F Heckelman K. Schulte, B. Chaffin , . . B. Beauchamp, W. Johnson S Miller D Seanger D Keeney D Anderman D. McComb. Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Anoka Richfield Anoka Mahtomedi Moundsview St. J ohn's St. Paul Wilson St. Louis Park St. John's Richfield Patrick Henry Detroit Lakes Richfield T. Duncan skates towards the puck while opposing team members try to ward him off. liWlN 7Il0SSllS. With a tough schedule confronting them, the hockey team managed to skate their way regional play. They downed Detroit 7-4 in the sub-regional. In regional at Williams Arena the icemen lost to 2-1 in the last thirty seconds. The highlight of the season was the 2-1 over Patrick Henry on All Sports Day. reezlng temperatures didn't keep hockey fans victory. A rousing cheer Went up when the scored in overtime play and chalked up rantti. omb drives in for a goal against akes The ucksters de L p feated opponents 7-4 in this sub-regional Donald McComb Although the team had only a fair win-loss they had a great deal of desire and fight, managed to come through when it was most This year's hockey squad received its coaching and help from Mr. William Fred Heckelman Richard Anderman William Chaflin H Robert Beauchamp TRACK 'PERS BEGI SEASO 'S Wlllllill 'l' is' J Harris prepares to jump over G. Strand puts the shot during a practice hi h -ump Standard session as B. Lacher, discus thrower, looks on. Senior track members, J. Ampe, J. Urquhardt, E. Wilburg, do some practice hurdles. Track Team: Top Row: Mr. Luckemeyer, J. Banwell, D. Perrin, B. Lacher, A. Ziehl, T. Carlstrom, B. Dallman, G. Strand, E. Wilburg, D. Daniels, Mr. Mendenhall . . . J. Mence, C. Michaelis, R. Ziebol, B. Savage, B. Pearson, J. Clark, R.Alhgren, J. Harris, M. Pilanski, D. Talbert, J. Merrill, D. Hill, G. Hefien, J . Urquhardt, J. Ampe, R. Archibald. g J Under Mr. Allen "Dick" Luckemeyer, Tech track team began their spring work' The cindermen took part in the University Minnesota meet in April and the St. John Invitational Tournament May 4. These hel prepare the team for meets later in the sea: .PMG lllilllii' Il.l.'Ell.lliIi Wl'I'II .il l'IilllII.'I li Iillllli. '. -1.-. f 'w,, if -g , i 'W -L ' v' ' K in 1 ' ' w fl".":..gJ'fii.l ai ' - ' ' ' 'K' Hit . - " V , - " ' u f. A 'e ig! v fZ'1f'?- , i' if 1 ' -Q 'ut 1. ' Q: i ' 'xii' ' V my n-1'0- , ,, .3 . Q h I .ff . 2- . L K Y i 5 , 7 ' V A. , WA s 1 ' if' ' ml I 1, " X? ,rf i f 1 fa , 5 ' 3 V ' -. ' Q ' 1. if .V ' ei - 1: .W wt . L ,. ' ' ' " Q P ' N H " 'N f 'Q f 3 - 55? . ""'f'. Pg' '... H' 1. " ' . -. ' N22 .. , M' W . V lf' Q. , f A. 35.5 V- ' 'L' f ' .1 'X ' A ' 9-' f ' 34 . ' ' ' 4 W . ' safety .ia '. F J ' Tu S FM' ' :x . .,.- Jxcd A P 4 v . t ' cl' ef' 5 7 ' .1 CIW vs I' 3' . ,. , ' ' ',.,, , A, ' , I U' S - , 'Q In .ah Q K Q V A X. . J U A X x V La I ' 1 lx A.., . A Q . f ,. i A ' ' " . f'-f 1 2, r - ' at ' 'N at f 1- ee 4' e it 9 . - e -X . .fp ei Y A f UV.-5 4-Q 'I ,gif . A A, , bw'-. F F 1 ,-5 A W : ,Lyn I, fri , .Q5?,f.,g,. A .Jag X, M . ,K 1 gf . ' I, ' . 'ff A bi ' " 'Y' -Q ' fail' 'ii , Qu e li' ww V- if . -M-.155-1' " - . Q M 4 V eq... Q , :,,g'f .4 f .decide . I-" if '- -A ' ' 1 'H'--f "-' . :fs -0- Nfl' 1.-We ' " M' -.-J-li' ' U 3' ' J Baseball Team: Top Row: Mr. L. Crose, T. Killeen, R. Hoerber,-T.S'wanson, O.Jardine, L. Olkv. . . W. Chaflin, G. Graham, D. Rossmeisl, R. Nolan, A. Danzl, P. Brinkman, G. Akervik . . . R. Wolff, R. Siegmund, L. Pallansch, R. Hurd, T. Schmid, L. Koshiol, M. Court, E. Schreifels. Tech's "nine" had a rip roaring start as they Sauk Rapids 16 to l. The new and veterans proved to be a good Team play and sportsmanship emphasized by Coach Lyle "Choppy" Tryouts for top positions were held in the until warm weather allowed outside play. diamondmen selected Terry Schmid as captain for the '57 season. Many hours of hard practice were evident in team's Hne record. D. Hoerber slides into homeplate on a passed ball. Coach Lyle "Choppy" Crose has a beforefthefgame interview with Times reporter Bill Zickrick. men get final instructions from Coach before the Sauk Rapids game. . . 'U 4 in I llllllli llli UUTIHIUII AUTIVITIE. Fllli AL Tennis Team: Top Row: Mr M. Doane, T. Ach, W. Mvgarry B. Anderson, A. Bushy, G. Skewes D. Cashman, L. Morrison, W Cater, S. Engen, D. Mesvnburg D. Klug, T. Teigeln. A uatic Club Mana ers S C1 Q ' g and J. Eiffert. K .Kll ll, Glllli' ilU'l'lVlTlE. illlll HllllL'I'IIF I. E JUYME 'l' Under the guidance of Mr. Ralph Myhrman the newly organized ski club had a successful year. Any student interested in skiing or desiring to learn skiing fundamentals was eligible for membership. Learning how to select proper equipment and dress was one of the major points covered in their meetings. Movies were also shown on skiing techniques and procedures. Dick Lewis, junior, was Tech's first repre- sentative to skiing meets. On February 17, he took part in the state high school ski tourna- ment at Duluth. The ski club provided a new avocation for many Tech students and was accepted with much spirit. Girl's Athletic Association is open to any girl interested in sports and willing to attend the Thursday meetings. The fall sports program includes softball and soccer. Cold winter winds blew in many additional athletic activities. Basketball produced a fine turn- out. Volleyball and badminton also proved to be equally well liked. G.A.A. members helped sponsor a girls' basketball game in March and carried out other worthwhile projects. G. A. A. Members: P. Berg, N. Bartz, D. Dibblee, J. Gasser, A. Johnston, K. Anderson, W. Whiting, L. Meemken, Y. Johnson, M. Stein, M. Roda, J. Ruhoff, M. Madsen, K. Notch, M. Yaeger, C. Vanderlee, M. Patton, C. Diedrich, V. Prudhon, B. Belschner, J. Derr, M. Braiedy, P. Notch, G. Nathan. D. Lewis soars high into the air during one of the tourna- ments. His greatest jump- ing distance was 190 feet. ci - ,gy A. 3 Wihmwng , Ski Club Members: Top Row: D. Westrom, A. Rosinger, J. Ampe, E. Weber, A, T. Ach, G. Minor, B. Wilberg, S. Dallmann, K. Zierves, T. Young, J. Rotar, B. Megarry 4' . . . Mr. Myhrman, K. Zniewski, E. Holes, R. Sartell, D. Lewis, W. Cater, T. Teigen, D. Lacher, B. DeZurik, K. Chirhart, C. Carpenter, J. Leraas . . . M. Erickson, B. Robatcek, J. Eiffert, M. Wicktor, A. Reed, P. Blaske, G. Anderson, T. Schmid, G. Mockenhaupt, M. Wilson . . . S. Johnson, S. Wahlin, A. Shay, P. Nicholson, L. Tessari, ' A. Barott, E. Henning. l,ettermen's Club: Top Row: G. Strand, B. Wood, J. Mence, R. Plombon, A. Danzl, J. Brenden, R. Nolan, D. Beumer, T. Ach . . . B. Endersbe, E. Wilberg, B. Lacher, E. VVeber, D. Cashman, A. Ziehl, M. Court, H. Lacher, D. Goenner, R. Hoerber . . . B. Wolff, E. Schreifels, VV. Savage, D. Eberhardt, R. Ziebol, B. Chaflin, J. Harris, T. Duncan, J. Robinson . . . G. VVeihrauch, E. Johnson, R. Sicgmund, L. Pallansch, K. Laeher, B. Slaney, D. Anderman, S. Engen, J. Urquhart . . . T. O'Donnell, L. Theisen, T. Paczkowski, T. Teigen, T. Schmid, R. Beauchamp, D. McComb. M. Meyer, who did the choreography work, rehearses routine with Tigerette members B.Thies and lNI.Weis. 1 L L . Letterman's club is open to all boys who h received a major letter in a Tech sport. T nominated five candidates for the All Sp Day queen title. Their year was climaxed a spring banquet and the announcement of captains of next year's teams. 1 Smart black and white uniforms design members of Tigerettes. This newly for club has attempted to boast school spirit give sports fans interesting half-time shc Marcia Meyer, with the assistance of ll Margaret Johnson, lead the dancing g through their precision routines. Tigerette Members: Back Row: K. Linnell, L. Meemken, B. Thies, L. Drayton, M. Weis, S. Urquhart, N. Bartz. . . M. Meyer, S. Bennett, K. Ach, R. Lietha, V. Burton, B. Barnes, W. Whiting, D. Nelson, C. Brummer, J. Halverson. llHIlEllLllAllElli, PIlI'i'l'EIl. LEAD llil'I"l'liIl UIlY. Helping to back all of Tech's athletic teams, the cheerleaders have had a busy year. With the help of the student body they have cheered the teams on to victory. Under the direction of Miss Margaret Johnson, long hours of work have been put in creating new cheers and practicing routines. Judy Brenden, Joyce Fogo, Carole Millett, Sharyn Wahlin, and Ronnie Weaver deserve recognition for a job well done. "We've got the pepll' These words best express the reason for student membership in Pep Club. They attempt to give school spirit a real boost through support at home games and out of town games. Members are selected for their qualities of spirit and sportsmanship. This year they sold pep ribbons, shakers, pep- shirts, presented several pepfests, and sponsored the Tigerettes. Tech's high ideals have been maintained by this group of students who have Lheerleading Squad J Fogo R. Weaver, S. Wahlin, C. Millett, and J Brenden worked hard to make the year such a success. School spirit is boosted through a rough and tough girl's basketball game. P. Berg goes in for a shot, J. Derr, B. DesMarais, B. Belschner look on. Pep Club Members: Top Row: B. Megarry, P. Proctor, E. Johnson, D. Cashman, L. LaSota, J. Halverson, J. Brenden, D. Nelson, D. Schmidt, J. Mence, R. Plombon, G. Weihrauch, F. Reichensperger . . . D. Campbell, L. Pallansch, T. Neils, G. Akervick, A. Barott, R. Weaver, B. Barnes, D. Mesenberg, S. Wahlin, E. Holes, R. Kurtzman, B. Savage, R. Seigmond, R. Sadlowsky . . . J. Miller, C. Millett, D. Abeln, N. Strommer, B. DesMarais, B. Oberg, I. Hannahs, E. Henning, M. Cairns, J. Bergstrom, B. Miller, G. Anderson, M. LaSota, R. Sartell . . . Miss Johnson, A. Reed, V. Burton, K. Zniewski, K. Ach, J. Eiffert, S. Adler, R. Keeney, J. Vandell, M. Wicktor, J. Fogo, L. Meemken, B. Belschner, R. Frank, J. Erpelding . . . S. Callahan, S. Urquhardt, R. Hanson, B. Janssen, M. Schmidt, N. Bartz, D. Baker, M. Canfield, J. Johnson. SCHOOL LIFE "Ra-a-ah, your pep, your pep, you got it now keep it, you got it don't lose it . . . " "Say Jane, what's the commotion all about?" "Crazy man, haven't you heard . . . big game and dance." "Not interested . . . never attend such things. That's sissy stuff!" "Sissy stuff! Dig this square . . . what's school without a little social life?" A "Social life indeed! Never attend games and dances. Why such things . . . " ' I "Hold on Bud, ever think of all the fun you're missin'?" "No, never looked at it that way. Say, Jane, you know Sally Brown that sits across the table from me in study? Well, I sure would like to get to know her better!" "Just say the word . . . love to introduce you. By the Way, she'll be at the game and dance. In fact, I'm headin' that way right now. Care to come along?" "Hmmm, suppose I could. Course you know this is against my principles, but just once it wouldn-'t matter . . . I guess.f' "Game has already started, guess we better hurry and find seats." . . . "Hey look at those Tigers go . . . come on there . . . fake him out . . . that's the way!" "Say I thought you weren't- interested in these things?" "Well, you know . . . a fella can change his mind can't he?" "He sure can! Come on you Tigers . . . let's go!" I O 1 K mv wi K S5 als? hw VX Jam, 72. 'mu lllllflL lllllllll' lllllll U ll IIEHEXLY .'ET'I'lNll. A heaven of blue filled with billowy white clouds provided the perfect setting for the coronation of the 1956 Homecoming Queen. As co-captains Robert Slaney and Edward Johnson selected Mary Cairns, the silent audience broke into applause. Queen Mary was attended by Dannielle Bell, Susan Corey, Barbara Megarry and Marlyn Wilson. Included in the Coronation assembly were speeches by two alumni speakers and a past homecoming queen. A skit, Hlnterplanetary Interlude," was presented by the senior speech class. l Jerry Brenden cordially welcomes C. Jackson, P. Repulski, C. Cater, H. B. Gough, F. J. Herda, homecoming speakers and guests. Mary Cairns beams radi- antly as she is singled out by co-captains Ed Johnson and Bob Slaney. Amidst the setting of white clouds sits D. Bell, M. Wilson, princesses: S. Meyer, '55 Queen: M. Cairns, '56 Queen: S. Corey, and B. Megarry, princesses. Their escorts are B. Wood, G. Strand, A. Danzl, B. Slaney, E. Johnson, B. Lacher, and B. Wolff. 11' Ed Johnson kept in "shape" for the big game by hanging dance streamers. ll TIIUSIASM llllilllllll Thursday night, October 18, a U first was set as students assembled in thedpark ' t an ing lot for a rousing pep fest and stree ce. This took the place of the traditional Plans and preparations for this year's coming were formulated by committees under the chairmanship of Judy The job of decorating was superbly by members of the Art Club. "Autumn Nocturne," the theme for the brought out the fall colors of brown and yellow A dreamy atmosphere prevailed as Commodores" played for the dancing The Commodores seated amidst the scene provided the music for enthusiasts. , I V Techites danced under the "Au Nocturne," climaxing the activities successful day. P. Lenarz and her escort, M. Fiereck, discuss the evenings celebration with Miss M. Kloos and Miss C. Connolly. Barbara Erdmann proudly displays the 1956 Homecoming pin she designed. "Tuffy the Tiger" rode in the parade on the back of G. Akervik's car. Passengers are J. Derr, B. Janssen, N. Bartz, C. Braun, D. Rossmeisl. ill si E ,Z 1 f QQWECUMI KW' W 12 3 V I C 1 smouo Mill POIl'l' IMY FEM' lill All Sports Day celebration emphasizes the feeling of sports and sportsmanship. This yearls festivities were officially begun with the Coronation ceremony. Princess Kay of the Milky Way, Miss Barbara Jean Bossus, and Mr. F. J. Herda, principal, crowned Edward Johnson and Marcia Meyer king and queen. The Roval Court consisted of D Denchfield D Bell M Wilson G Strand, J. Persen, K. Myhrmann S Corey B Wolff J Brenden J Gustafson M Meyer and E. Johnson. .,.-i5E2fWs?'7 J ' as 5ffQlk"' 'fwm ' IlllYllIl'l'Y, Gllllll .'l'0ll'l'SlIll l Snowmen and snowflakes provided the back- ground for the day's activities. The student body came appropriately dressed in sports clothing. Ski sweaters were an important part of both the male and female dress. Fem- ininity also sported the otherwise taboo slacks, bermuda shorts, downhills and ranch pants. Athletics werespotlighted throughout the day. The Tiger teams made a vital attempt to over- throw their opponents and emerge as the victors. The slack dance in the north gym brought the All Sports Day festivities to a close. IIIP. Gary Strand battles for the ball during the Tech Little Falls basketball game, ASSEMBL IE , PEPFESTS ADD .PICE T0 CHO0L LIF J. Feia, L. VVOHT, N. Hill, D. Perrin, T. Teigen and J. Merrill show the strength of the Tech teams dur- ing a pepfest assembly. Marilyn Monroe was the guest of Ed Sullivan during the homecoming assembly. Speech students Marlene Zwilling Twittering of birds and crashing of were some of the sound effects created Mr. and Mrs. Allen. The highland fling is gracefully executed by Kay Graham a member of "The Royal Scotsfy Jack Rank presented HThe Taming of the Shrew" in which he played all of the parts. E2 ,ag the aides Iris Gabriel told of her ences behind the iron Technicana staff became little kids again during their campaign. and Kevin Pfannenstein portrayed the characters. E Bill Megarry bids farewell to Dorothy Jones in the contest play, "Balcony Scene." E. Holes shows her authority during the presentation of "White Christmas." Other members of the cast are M. Rieder, M. Sogard, N. Bartz, and A. Wong. AU'l'0li HAVE A 'l'0llCll 0F IIIHIADWAY, FIINIINESS FUR FUUTLIGHT . "I'm a big girl now," says Barbara Arn- hold to Dr. Kelsey, alias Bob Lacher. "Oh, Dr. Hudson!" A group of society ladies, J. Hagen, V. Lohmann, M. Wilson, are trouble makers for Dr. Hudson, J. Grupe, in the senior class play. Members of the "Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal" cast pose for a group picture. Top Row: K. Asleson, M. Rechess, J. Hagen, V. Lohmann, M. Wilson, I. Hannahs, M. Peel, F. Marvin, S. Johnson, J. Chandler, J. Bauer, D. Youel, B. Lacher, P. Ahlstrand, G. Boatman, S. Merchant, J. Weyhrauch . . . Miss M. Bacon, J. Grupe, K. Pfannen- stein, B. Arnhold, R. Beehler . . . C. Peters, P. Lenarz, D. McComb. PECIAL IIAY IRE EFIT Tllllll 'I' A ll FAC Ill' Miss Mulrean welcomes students' parents during the Open House. During the day Myron Hall shows J. Gallagher and A. Chisholm so his photography during Career Day conference. .u"F2f'Rg, III parents got a better view of students' work. Mr. Myhrman is presented with an apple pie and a bottle of apple cider by homeroom students J. Brenden and B. Arnhold on "Apple For The Teacher Day." Faculty members, M. Johnson, D. Wiederanders, J. Becker, L. Crose and R. Dick enjoy the coffee hour honoring Tech faculty. Q K? B. Lacher gives Miss Wisbroeker a ing hand with her lunch tray "Apple For The Teacher Day." Y. All L'I'Y 'GIVE ALL' DURING ANNUAL PIIPFE T. Le-e-et s go, shouts Miss Malmsten. K. Ferguson, Miss C. Malmsten, Miss M. andhMr. R. Kerr lead the student body in c eer Mr. Frantti imitates an All Sports Day scene. "Oh vhen ve vere back on der farm" sings Mr. Myhrman. "Oh, you doll you!" Mr. Hollmeyer adds a touch of beauty as he reigns as '57 Queen. Mr. Herda is a VlSltO I' from abroad during pep- fest activities. The Hounddogettes displayed an array of dancing talent in their bermuda shorts. Mr. Baltes and Mr. Frantti get the details from Mr. Hollmeyer. All are appropriately wearing sport jackets, "Ivy League" style. Saddle shoes, V-necked sweaters, and striped shirts are aptly displayed by Jerry Brenden, Ed Weber, Jim Kimlinger, and Mark Pfannenstein. wx W-1 Manderin collars, casual shirts and sweaters make for smart looking Techites. Involved in this locker chatter are Bob Holthaus, Joel Ampe, and Terry Young. Barbara Arnhold Miss Kloos, Miss Arvanitis, and Elizabeth Holes haxe an afternoon coke. They picture the monogram and heavy knit sweaters worn by Techites. Fashion-minded persons of either sex appreciate the warmth and comfort provided by the carcoat. Marcia Meyer, Tom Kummer, and Mr. Herda get in step with their coats. Lorene LaSota Mr Dick coach Boatman and Tara Dock, look ox er some heir debating material. The team placed in state competition. s of the state contest debate.team,Jerry t Barbara Belschner joshingly settles down for a long winters ride in the royal sleigh during All Sports Day festivities. Lou Anne Hoehl and Dale Schutt received superiors in state and regional competition. 0Ii0llF L Pll0PliIl PARK TECH Arlette Gallagher designed the Min- nesota Student Council emblem which is shown on the plaque. Chirhart, manager of the football team, gives a yell as the Tiger team a winning touchdown. Mr. Ted Volante, professional photographer for The Techoes and his assistant Gary Gohman,become picture subjects as they shoot the homecoming court. Carnival goers speculate on the variety of booths. Jill Halverson, Barbara Barnes and Marcia Meyer do a tap routine during the Tigerette show. ' s Q, , ,, Mr. D. Wiederanders had his pie and ate it too at the "Pitch-A-Pie" booth." ALL- CHO0L CAIR IVA Adele Barott and Bill Savage stand amid the popular carnival souvenirs. Marcia Meyer leads her Tigerettes in a modern dance number. Mary Cates and Sue Corey do a leg ballet in Acquatic Club managers, Sue Corey and their "April in Paris" number. Janet Eiffert, float lazily up stream during "Song of India." A 1 66 7 lllllllllllll TAKE ll All ATIC Cll I E. Ronnie Weaver, Jil Halverson, and Debbie Nelson visit darkest Africa in graceful form. we ulgw 'LMFQND 'QS Miss Margaret Johnson presents the arrow of leadership to next year's junior manager, Debbie Nelson, as Indian princesses Ruth Lietha and Marcia Meyer look on. The finale featured a group of Indian maidens decked out in warpaint and headdresses. mixer, Margaret Canfield puts up presidential Sandra Johnson and Jerry banner for candidate Gary Akervik. Brenden put the final touch on Dick KutTel's presidential EUHITES SPEAK FURDE Kuffel gets a pat on the shoulder from his , Mr. John Kuffel, after winning the Council Presidential election. Marlene Zwilling takes the oath from Clerk of Court, Mr. Albert Schmitt, during the mock trial. 465 MUURAUY. "My Mar-ion," sing a group of Marion Wicktor's vice- presidential supporters during the campaign assembly. The world of jass entered into the campaign as "Fats," Larry Burton, "Domino" and Keith Bennewitz pounded out a song in support of Gary Akervik. Seniors listen to the testimony of one of the witnesses during the proceedings of the mock trial accident case staged for their benefit PERSONNEL "This is Tech!" "Yes, answered the boy in the ivy league slacks. "Pm a senior here. I'd be glad to help you. Any particular room you're looking for?" - "Well, you see . . . " ' "You know it's too bad you haven't been here before. This is just the greatest school! Always something going on . . . and the school spirit . . . why it's the greatest." "But you see, I didn't . . . " "I wouldn't have chosen any other school. Just couldn't find more friendly students or teachers. Just a great school I tell you." A "Sure kid, but where . . . " . "Say, how would you like to see the new addition to our school? It's simply great . . . new' cafeteria and those new machine shops . . . out of this world." "certainly, but you don't . . . " ' "You know, lots of schools have a fine group of students, but let me tell you . . . we have a fine faculty too. Always willing to help you. They're the friendliest people you could find anywhere." "I know. It's simply the greatest." ' "You know? I thought you hadn't been here before?" "I certainly have . . . '53 grad. Just passing through. . . so thought I'd stop and visit my old Alma Mater." I I 1 P I i 5 l I 1 5 i , I I I l E P L . , 3 f I l 5 P F s 2 x I l flllMl l 'l'llA'l'lll PLAN 1 Board of Education: Seated: Dr. M. A. Sivinski, Mr. Edward Weber, Dr. N. J. Lahr, Mr. Theodore Neils. Standing: Mr. Dan Marsh, Mr. H. B. Gough, Mr. Harold Schoelkopf. Mr. H. B. Gough, Superintendent of St. Cloud Public Schools. Mr. H. B. Gough, superintendent of the Cloud public schools, is constantly working the good of Tech students. He represents faculty and students at the Board of Educa meetings, regulates the school's expendit and budget, and introduces new courses. It through his untiring efforts that the schools St. Cloud have remained at such a high cali Coordinating closely with Mr. Gough is group of citizens who make up the Board Education. It is their duty to see that public schools are run smoothly and efliciel They set up and carry out the gover policy of the school system. llllllIlllIll'l'll.' llIll'll.l'l'lllNll, l'llllllli.lll. Hcrrla o his year cnthusiasm anrl clcvotion Mr. F. J. fulfills his position as principal. Tho running schcclulc ol Tcch is cluc largcly finc planning and cooperation hctwccn and faculty. In addition to arranging ly calcnrlar. assigning classes and cn- school rulcs and rcgulations, hc actiycly cs in many clubs and committees. Mr. Hcrrla has dont- outstanding work in K Herda lilcms. Council and National Honor Socicty. Working closely with Mr. Herda is thc visory Board. This group, composed of mcmbcrs, handles new problcms and t matters which confront thc school. always has time' to hear thc stuclcntk Hcrc J. Br:-ndcn consults with him. Advisory Board: Standing: W. Frantti, Honningsgaarcl. we? r x I". J. H1-rcla, lrI.He1rtz r. F. J. Ilerda, Principal of Technical High School. . Seated: H. Grulaa, G. Gow, A. Bothstn, G. T , 79 Fill Ir'l'Y MAINTAI HIGH P HPO E, IIETERMI ATIII Faculty members work with and for T High students. They have given the not just the academic background which 1S basic reason for a school's existence, but - I guidance in solving problems and " cult decisions. They provided finding the right outlets for Techite's asms and abilities. The friendship of shared hours of parties, conferences and aff activities have made high school days meaningful. This year the student council "Apple For The Teacher Day," in of the faculty's outstanding work. are grateful for the opportunity to work these well-trained, versatile and friendly members. Miss Kloos, Miss Jenson, and Miss C. Hill relax after a full day of teaching. Mr. Bettendorf, aptly takes over the job of the faculty-varsity game. Miss Bacon, Mr. Gruba, Mrs. Chamberlin, and Mrs. members and substitute teachers, enjoy their lunch in cafeteria. This is the long and short of it. Miss Bacon and Mr. Wiederanders find their P. O. boxes aren't in proportion to their height. Q Mr. Richard Dick English Wir Kenneth Ferguson Vhssfhar ionnolly 'Vlr L C Lrose Eflgllih Fnglish Physical Education Mr. Ames Dahl Vocal Music Mr. William Frantti Mathematics Elilllll AIIVISERS T0 CH00 CI, BS A ll Vzililllll AU'l'lVl'l'lE . Miss Gertrude B. Gove Mr. H. J. Gruba Miss Helen Harms S ocial Science Social Science Speech Clinician U0llNi'IlIl lNlI llll .'TUllIlN'I" I' ."I'lIlIlli'.. Mr. G. Ilenningsganrd Industrial Arts faculty grandfathers, Mr. Gruba, Mr. Morrison, Mr. Crose, Mr Gough and Mr Hollmever indicate their number of Mr. Erwin A. Hertz Nliss Catherine Hill Instrumental Music- English Mr. II. E. Hollmeyer Science- Edwin 0. Isakson Automotives Mr. Warren Hutchens Occupational Relations 9. Le. Xl, Miss Patricia Hill English M iss Sandra Jenson English Miss Connie Malmsten Mr. A. J. Michalski Mr. Robert C.. Miller Mr. Vern L. Morrison Home Economics Art Director Vocational Ed. Attendance Director AT ANNUAL PEPFE 'I' A ll l'All l'l'Y-FAllllli'l'Y GAME... Miss Theresa Mulrean Mr. Ralph Myhrman Science Industrial Arts Mr. Donald Nelson Mr. Donald R. Nylund Journalism Physical Education Mr. E. J. 0'C0nnell Agriculture Mrs. Lois Scherfenberg Physical Education Nl me Ellen Strow rung Nlr H A Tice Machme Shop Mr Charles A Sell 'Vlr AmedeoJ Sorcx RalphH Sorenson Soclal Sclence- InduQtr1al Arts Guldance Dlrector ll UIWIE 'I'UllEN'l' lllllll AND FRIE ll Mr F J Herda speaks to faculty members durmg teachere meetmg Niles Ethelwyn Welr Mr D E Wledermders Nllss M Wlebroecker 'Nlr Theo M Zevher Home Economlcs Mathematlcs Englxsh Soclal SCIENCE 1 , -- , ' ,ww , D.. l ' I Librarian .. AV l n - 1 ' . I . . . . ' Mr. ' . 7 l r l l I . Custodians and Maintenance Force: Top Row: Milton Storkamp, Wilbur Pearson, Paul Donais, Francis Lease, Fred "', V Kaupp . . . Donald Schlangen, Edward Dippold, Leonard A. '-r-., Taylor, Julius Lauer, Floyd Walbridge. Donald Schlangen if .N Director of Maintenance ll0Ml'll'l'E T 'I'llFF Wllllll BEHI Il UE ll . Miss Bonive Pearson Mrs. Lucille Osborn Miss Doreene England Sec'y to Coordinator Sec'y to Board of Ed. Sec'y to Superintendent Miss Wanda Richter Miss K. Schwegman Miss Grace Smith Sec'y to Principal Oflice Accountant Sec'y to Nurse Z sf. X S 1 ia Cooks Mrs. Dorothy Maglich Mrs. Martha Anderson Mrs. Clara Pung Mrs. Ruby Thompson Miss Roberta Teders Sec'y to Guidance and Attendance Directors n .gg X hfwn i0l'll0M0llll. .llilllllli EW llIlVllN'l'llIlll Blllll ' Officers: P. Strand, D. T. Teigen, W. Cater. fter the days of confusion had died away, iores began to bear the weight of their dignity easily. The first few weeks were spent getting with people, traditions, and ideals. the aid of the handbook and the as- prepared by the orientation com- they got a glimpse of life at Tech. They showed their enthusiasm and ability electing representatives to carry out their of the activity program. Class ofiicers Tom Teigen, president, Ward Cater, tg Donald Kalscheuer, treasurer, at Strand, secretary. Student interest centered around the speech, oreign languages, mathematics, and vocational epartments. As they registered for next year's courses, hey realized that their active participation ould serve as a firm foundation for future days t Tech. Executive Council Members: Top Row: P. Strand, P. Weber, G Heflen, D. Nelson, M. Milhaupt, W. Cater, D. Weis, D. Kalscheuer, J Robbins . . . A. Shay, J. Gilmer, J. Denker, T. Teigen, R. Lacher, S Bennet. ,gpm A A J Mixer brought sophomores together for fun and refreshments. Room 158- Mr. Dick Top Row: R. Brown, D Daniels, H. Carlson, T Carlstrom, J. Cossette . . . J Bielejeski, B. Burlet, W Cater, R. Clark, L. Brule P. Brinkman, A. Boucher .. P. Blaske, R. De-ters, R DeGree, J. Brenden, A Billig, D. Curtis, J. Buelow Mr. Dick . . . D. Campbelll B. Bracken, R. Danzl, J Denker, B. De Zuttur, M Braiedy, C. Bick. MIXER, ASSEMBLIEU PEPFE 'I' Room 136-Mr. Isakson Top Row: J. Angen, A. Alt- haus, G. Bertram. B. Ahlgren J. Anderson, V. Albers . . . Mr Isakson, D. Aanerud, K Anderson, J. Athman, T Arseneau, G. Anderson, D Benning, L. Bacon . . . L Brule, B. Beckers, L. Allen, C Adelman, J. Agnew, D. Abbott S. Bennett . . . J. Anderman J. Athen, P. Beltz, G. Agnew G. Allen, P. Berg, C. Beumer Room 164 'Miss Wisbroe Top Row: B. Dahlman Forcier, M. Fahrenholz, Elmquist, S. Fell, N. Giln L. Dresow . . . J. Eich Dingmann, B. Folsom, Erickson, R. Faust, J. Die R. Evans . . . P. Fritz, R. ' A. Gallagher, A. Eiynck Diment, J. Gilmer, C. l Miss Wisbroecker . . . Fiereck, F. Gill, J. Gasser Gasser, E. Engen, J. Died M. Feldhaus. x 5 mf ff' Wtcl iff 'W in gg' Q 'Wx 2 ,4 wk N wif H s nv, v .3 Y P 6. ' gli Q W f 'sig ylmuggggmx "Nam 3 W 4' 42 -fl Q, ' s55.'Q ff 4-YXfQ??2f. fx x 33- 'Q -l- 9 , gg at af 8 f as Q 'Z ,E W .Xt '64 My We in-K5 Q U I 9 vu if J 325 Room 330-Mr. Hollmeyer Top Row: R. Lipinski, D. Miller, B. Moshier, D. Mullins, G. Muntifering, T. Mruz, R. Lietha . . . J. Moore, S. Mick, K. Linnell, K. Lewis, S. Michalski, R. Michael, M. Milhaupt, N. Mayer, K. Lewis . . . K. Lemke, D. Messenberg, E. Luebesmeier, R. Lindeen, L. Morrison, R. Merrill, J. Litchy . . . B. Lister, P. Maleska, D. Murphy, C. Miller, D. Miller, M. Luke, P. Maher. ,,mf! ULASS 0F '59 ASSUME IRE P0 IBILITIE Room 356i Miss Connolly Top Row: A. Schaefer, R. Sadlowsky, R. Sartell, J. Sanders, M. Rieder, J. Rausch, J. Schumacher . . . J. Schuldt, B. De-Zurik, D. Richter, J. Rieland, Schneider, T. Rarick, Ruhoff, M. Roda . . . Schmitt, M. Schnorr, Robatcek, J. Schendzielos, J. Robbins, R. Rainer, L. Schutt, Miss Connolly . . . P. Schauer, G. Schlangen, J. Roering, M. Schindele, A. Reiter,B. Schmit, M. Reischl. wee? Room 352-Miss Arvanitis Top Row: D. Nielsen, B. . . . B. Pearson, G. Olk, D. Nelson L. H. Oehrlein, K. B. Oberg, D. Olson, D. Notch, D. Nieters, Paggen, K. Nelson Arvanitis . . . G. Nathan, P Notch, V. Prudhon, M Pfannenstein, B. Oehrlein, N Pearson, M. Philippi. Room 358 -Miss C. Hill Top Row: T. Swanson, J Spoden, J. Storms, D Talbert, J. Steffes . . . G Thienes, E. Stark, L. Sundby L. Tessari, C. Theisen, P Strand, T. Teigen, J Tourand, E. Steman . . Miss Hill, T. Spychala, D Seanger, M. Spode-n, N Strommer, S. Skjod, S Skumautz, D. Smith, J Spychala . . . B. This-S, C Stark, A. Shay, P. Thiesse M. Schmidt, A. Thole, P Stueve. Sophomore G A A lflltl2.t6S J Gasser, P, Johnson, and P. Berg bow low for semor member B Belschner. 1 ig, lllllli lilllll LIFE Ai lll'PllIHlLil.SM . Officers. R. Kuffel, xice L. Pallansch, treasurerg J. secretaryg B. Savage,president. Juniors renewed old friendships and con- in the co-curricular activities they had in as sophomores. They began to the value such activities have in pre- them to face later life. They have excelled in various fields of vor sports, speech, music, and many One of the major roles they assumed in the field of publicationsg they took over editing of the TECHNICANA. The selection of class rings proved to be a ecial event this year. They were ordered in bruary, so they could be worn throughout e summer. With spring came National Honor Society duction where sixteen classmates joined the nks of scholastic achievements. Juniors now look back down the halls of ch at their past two years with pride and ward to their senior year with great ex- ctation. Executive Council Members: Top Row: R. Nelson, R. Sartell, J. Sevde, D. Youel, S. Dallmann, L. Burton, L. Pallansch . . . N. Bartz . . . B. Savage, J. Fogo, J. Lampy, K. Kusserow, K. Minor, R. Kuifel. W. Whiting, M. Sogard and G. Akervik starred in the presentation of White Christmas. Room 370- Miss VVeir Top Row: J. Benoit, G. Beaudreau, N. Beckers, C. Buelow, K. Boethin . . . S Brainard, C. Millett, V. Burton, C. Brummer, J. Bauer, J. Bergstrom, S. Adler . . . K. Ach, S. Beberg, D. Albers, K. Archibald, B. Britton, C. Braun, J. Biendara, Miss Weir . . . E Beumer, B. Bick, N. Bartz, D. Baker, K. Bayley, H. Biele j eski. nk' Room 5- Mr. Leigh Top Row: G. Anderson, J Banwell, B. Anderson, D Beumer, Mr. Leigh . . . Burke, G. Akervick, N. Bart D. Brandt. 'l'llIlY llll EW IILII Flilll.Il.'IllP' Room 270 -Mr. Ferguson lop Ron: G. Dowlz-n Dallmann, J. Dalman, Christvnsm-n, R. Diedvrichs, Ziebol, J. Conrad . . Duncan, G. Cast-y, D. Chir L. Drayton, A. Crepe-au, Des Marais, W. Carlson, Douvier, Mr. Ferguson . Callahan, J. Dvrr, S. Die J. Daml, B. Cox, M. Can T. Dock. Room 245-Mr. Frantti J Gallag er D Fbcrhardt R. D. Field, P. Gottxx alt, Gohman, J. Gohmann, R. ', F. Eilfert, FI. Fiereck R Gerads, G. Gohman, J. M. Erickson, A. Eiynck, . Fogo, J. Erpelding, R. Frank . B. Fisher, M. Farmer, D. D. Gohman, R. Genrich, Gardner, J. Ferguson. op Row: W. Fischer, G. L, . ll , J. lx Room 122- Mr. Nylund op Row: R. Kuffel, E. raemer, D. Lee, R. Landowski, Kimlinger, D. Keske . . . FI. eppers, D. Lund, R. urtzman, I.. La Sota, P. ipinski, J. Lampy, M. rolzek, B. Kirchner . . . Mr. ylund, K. Kusserow, D. ramer, M. Lommel, Q. obienia, R. Keeney, K. ierzek, J. Klein, E. Keppers . . J. Kampa, P. Long, W. ehnen, L. Kampa, P. othmann, M. Long, S. Larson. 'l'AllLl.H 'l'llllM ELVE l AU'I'llll'l'lEi. Room 169- Miss Almeter Top Row: D. Hiemenz, C. Helgeson, J. Heuerman, R. Hiltner . . . D. Hennen, T. Hothus, D. Heins, C. Held, S. Hoeft, G. Janorschke, R. Hall .... I . Juenemann, R. Hurd, D. Jones, J. Jendro, E. Holes, L. Hoffman, Miss Almeter . . . M. Wicktor, K. Hollenkamp, E. Hartman, Y. Johnson, G. Holmes, B. Janssen. Room 351 Mr. Wiederanders Top Row: C. Michaelis, J. Mence, M. Madsen, S Merchant, J. Maly . . . S Milk-r, B. Merkling, A. Martins, M. Mcnihomf, T. McGarry . . . G Moc-kenhaupt, S. Maus, K. Mooney, K. Minor, B Miller, M. Moeller, M Malmanger . . . G. Mitchell, J. Michaelson, P. Mendel L. Me-emken, C. McManus, V. Mitchell. ELECTIU llll ULASS Rl G , ST lllll Room 247i Mr. Benson Top Row: J. Rotar, F Reichensperger, D. Rossmeisl D. Rydberg, D. Rothstein Room 362iMiss Gove Top Row: R. Nolan, Plombon, M. Nierengarten A. Olson, R. Press, R. Ne P. Proctor T. Neils, B. Peh . . . C. t , . .. n Pallansch, B. Perry, B. O W. Putnam, D. Patton, Gove. . .J. Patterson, B. Nie J. Perry, S. Parsons, E. Pa A. Pflueger. J. Robinson . . . G. Ruehle, M. Rieder, R. Rollins, A. Reed, A. Rosha . . . D Reber, F. Robinson D Rieland, B. Rausch, L. Reiter. ch D Nelso , LIlU'l'l0 CLIMAX FULL YEAR. Room 154 Miss Kloos Top Row: H. Sayre, K. Schult, W. Savage, D. Schutt, D. Schave, J. Schmidt. . .W. Schmidt, J. Schulz, D. Schwichtenberg, R. Schneider, J. Scholen, D. Schroeder . . . W. Megarry, K. Sample, H. Schwarzbauer, R. Saatzer, F. Scheneker, R. Sartell, D. Schwartz, Miss Kloos . . . A. Schroeder, K. Schaefer, A. Sadlowsky, K. Sauer, S. Schramel, D. Schwartz. Room 258-Mr. Bettendorf op Row: R. Setten, R R. Svee, J. Sevde, E Siegmund, F. Slobetz, Supplee, R. Thyen . . . R son, L. Thyen, P D. Thielman, B M. Stellmach, J . E. Steman, D S. Studniski, M. Smith P. Studniski G. Surma, J. Surma t Y S. Theisen. Sovxe, D. Tadych, Room 162 -Mrs. Ladner Top Row: J. Voigt, A. Ziehl, D. Youel, G. Way, J. Woller . . . Mrs. Ladner, K. Zerves, VV. VVesterhoff, C. VVildeQ, T. VVeismann, G. Weihrauch . . . R. Zieglmeier, J. VVallack, B. VVelch, R. Weaver, D. Westrom, A. Wong . . . K. Zniewski, J. Vandell, R. Wicke, W. Whiting, M. Valarius, M. Young. 4 X 3 4. ! I X 1 S n w v 1 I C I Q 2 C0 FIIIE 'I' E lllll ACUEPT MILL A Iillzllllllh. Seniors returned with a fresh outlook . on school and also a certain feeling of superiority. It was their job to orientate the sophomores and assume leadership positions. As a class they can proudly look back on the presentation of Dr Hudson s Secret Journal which displayed outstanding talent Excellent accomplishments were made in many other fields such as speech music sports and debate Highlights of the senior year were the home coming events All Sports Day mock trial Honor Day senior picnic and finallv gradu ation Their memories at Tech will long remain as they step lnto the world to become adults E Henning and S Corey placed in the National Merit scholarship examination ass Officers H Lacher vice president R Lacher president D Bell secretary D Maches ney treasurer fs-,ii Senior Executnveiouncll Top Row D Goenner R Hoerber R Lacher J Walker D Machesnev M Murphy S Sheggeby J Ampe K Campbell D Bell V Lohmann S Plombon W Kutfel . . ' ll Y 77 ' 7 . 1 r J ' 7 7 7 Q ' ., ' . . R . . . 114 . ' 1' . f A . . . , , , . , . Q . , . Q . .'- 4 , 1' n N- 'wh y A 'if 5 ,f J I I, .. Q J , 1:2 f A iw , . Z I . , , . , . , . , . - r f . , , . , . . . . . , . , . , . , . , . . Dorothy Abeln Thomas Ach Sharon Ahearn Allen Ahles Richard Anderman Barbara Arnhold Kathryn Asleson Beatrice Athen Perry Ahlstrand Elizabeth Aigner Georgia Albers Joel Ampe James Austin Barbara Barnes Adele Barott Joan Bauer ,QW Barbara Belschner ULASSMATES SERVE 0 UIVIU UUMMITTEE Kathryn Beltz Margaret Birk Shirley Benning Marjorie Bischoff Gretchen Boatman Robert Beauchamp Roger Beckers Elaine Becker Ronald Beehler Carol Beckers Dannielle Bell 5 Nancy Boethin Colleen Braiedy Gerald Brenden Marlene Brix Colleen Carpenter Donald Cashman David Cater Mary Cates 106 Mary Cairns Kathleen Alice Capser Frieda Carlson William Chaffin Gerald Chandler Audrey Chisholm Donald Christen I l'l'Il'I'IljLlI0 0li .Y.'l'llll I UIASSIWUM... 3 lx 3 B. Warrick, W. Kuffel, D. Wolf, J. Van Gundy accept the code of honesty and proudly take their examinations without the instructor being present in the classroom. Christensen Susan Corey Danzl John Decker Court Arthur Danzl A new trail was blazed by the senior class when they took part in the honor system initi- ated by the National Honor Society. Students in Mr. Kasch's problem of democracy classes began this program when they took exami- nations without the instructor being present. "Apple For The Teacher Day" was also a new event for seniors. The day was sponsored by the Student Council, but seniors assumed the responsibilities of making the day a huge success. Teachers were honored guests through- out the day and were feted at a special assembly and coffee hour. Dwayne Denchfield Dorothy Dibblee Albin Diedrich Carole Diedrich John Dingmann David Driver Hettie Edgerly Audrey Eilers Carol Faust Darril Fish Ralph Fruth Carol Goenner Rachel Empting Robert Endersbe Sanford Engen Barbara Erdmann Dale Goenner Ruth Goenner Nancy Goodrow Sharon Gordon TAKE REREIREII DRIVER ER EATIRA PRRGRAM... Ingrid Hannahs Ruth Hansen Gene Hartmann .Ierryi Harris Shirley Hastreiter Kathleen Hauck Darlene Grabmeier Clair Grandy Judith Gustafson Judith Haesecke John Gru pe Judith Hagen Frederick Heckelman Jean Hedlund Darlene Heid Elnora Helgeson Duane Hinkemeyer Joyce Hinkemeyer Shirley Hirschfelt Richard Hoerber 110 Patricia Hennemann Emily Henning Joan Heurung Ardis Hinkemeyer Robert Hoffman James Hommerding Robert Holthaus Wayne Honer PHIIIIUUE PIAY HDR. ll ll.0.'S SEURET Jlllllillllf' Ingram Elizabeth Iten Jackson Janice Janssen Johnson Patricia Johnson MQW Junior Rotarians J. Brenden, G. Strand, B. Wolff . . . B. Lacher, K. Lacher, E. Johnson, J. Miller, and D. Denchfield attended civic meetings and were honored guests at a banquet. The senior class play selected for production this year was "Dr. Hudson's Secret Journal." The story centered around Dr. Hudson's efforts to secure an additional Wing for the community hospital. Seniors also held promi- nent roles in the All-School plays. Jerry Brenden, Susan Corey, Robert Slaney and William Wood were the members of the senior class who spent their summer in Europe. They toured Europe and had the privilege of living in European homes. Ronald Johnson Sandra Johnson Phyllis Kedrowski James Kenning if 5 X461 ag 'Muff 'lb' .L I J Herbert Kieke Robert Kieke John Kimlinger Gary Kirchner Darlene Knafla Jerome Knese Loren Koshiol Connie Kronenberg Rosa Kirchner Dwain Kjos Virgil Klein Adrian Klemm Elaine Kuehnl Wayne Kuffel Terry Kukkola Thomas Kummer FIIUII VIEW IIUIIIIPII I 'IIIIIII 'I' IIXIIIIA GE. bert Laudenbach Patricia Lenarz nna Linnell Jo Ann Leraas Victoria Lohmann Marjorie Lu mley Raymond Ku rr Robert Lacher Kenneth Lacher Anthony Lahr Howard Lacher Charles Lantis Dwight Machesney Sandra Maehren Clara Maile Milton Malm Robert Lommel Lewis McBride Donald McComb Stanley McElhone Myrna Martin Roger Martini Fay Marvin Delores Masica 114 John Maus Barbara Megarry Marcia Meyer Dorthea Michel lll'l' REI! IIIMII PRI G FIIIIMAL... C Kronenberg was the winner of the Daughters of American ,ller Douglas Mltchell Revolution good citizenship award. Mrs. McDowall presented Moeller William Mund the award while runners-up S. Corey and M. Powelson look on. Seniors as upper classmen were adjusted and familiar with life at Tech, yet they were novices at many things and worked hard to improve themselves and the school. Career Day brought closer the realization that they soon must make a definite choice as to their future vocation. They listened with interest to the opening assembly, and to each of the three conferences they had selected. Gerald Nau Mary Neeser Carlene Negaard Roger Negaard Betty Nelson George Nelson Gordon Nelson Patricia Nicholson Jean 0'Gara Dennis Olson Thomas Omann Beverly Opheim Melvin Nieters Rose Marie Noggle Dorothy O'Brien Adeline Oehrlein Thomas Paczkowski Robert Parsons Marilyn Peel Patricia Persen PARTIUIPATIUN IN ALL- Cll00L GAR IVAL. ary Pikus Shirley Plombon Rose Marie Potter Iary Powelson Richard Prigge Lucille Prom Rosemary Peters Carol Peterson Rozanne Peterson Gilbert Pfannenstein Kevin Pfannenstein Lillian Phillipp Anna Rau James Reber Margaret Rechess William Rein Janice Ruhoff Patricia Saatzer Norman Sabrowsky Dorothy Sadlowsky 118 Beatrice Roering Sharon Rolstad Andrew Rosinger Cornel Ruehle Elaine Salzbrun Darlene Sanders Joan Savage Lawrence Schabel Illl Wllllli. High honors have been received by Tech seniors J. Hagen, honorable mention in state T. B. essay contest: J. Brenden, runnerup in city "I Speak for Democracy" Contest: M. Powelson, first place winner in state T. B. essay contest: G. Boatman, recipient of scholar- ship for superior speech work. Special recognition of classmates showed the ability and service which they possessed and had to offer. This has helped make preparation for the day when they actively take their places in the community. The year consisted of more than just co- curricular activities. They put in many hours on term papers, Macbeth and themes. On Honor Day seniors began to realize that their high school days were limited. Before long caps and gowns were donned and the dream of graduation became a reality. Emma Schmitt Karen Schmitt Richard H. Schmitt Richard J. Schmitt Robert Schneider Eldred Schreifels K Evelyn Schulte Yvonne Schumann Stephen Sheggeby Thomas Shiek Joan Simon Robert Slaney 1' iff' Annette Smith Margaret Smith Richard Sporleder Georgene Stearns 120 Thomas Stein Roger Steinhaus Jerome Steiner Sharyn Storlie GRAD A'l'l0N RE EW MEMEEAELE EVE 'I' 0E PA 'I' YEAR Daryl Theisen Donna Theisen Arlene Thielen Lance Theisen Maureen Thole Robert Trossen John Stowe Sandra Super Gary Strand Virginia Surma Carol Stream Shirley Sweeter Sharyn Wahll John Walker n Marlene Leonard Wallat James Urquhart Rita Valerius Gerald Van Gundy Melvin Voigt James Warren Beverly Warrick Deanna Waterfall Larry Weaver 122 Edward Weber Shirley Weber John Weyhrauch Geraldine Will UPU THE IIUUII TU UUTUIIU WITH UUUSS UNLIMITED 9 Wilson Delores Wolf Wolf Robert Wolff Wood Terrence Young A. A. U. W. members: Bottom: M. Powelson, B Megarry, R. Potter . . . S. Corey, J. Gustafson . . . B. Barnes G. Boatman, V. Lohmann . . . K. Asleson, E. Henning, B Jackson, M. Peel, D. Abeln. Janice Yozamp Larry Zenner Audrey Zimmer Leander Zipp David Zitur Marlene Zwilling 7 941111 ,ll ? The eternal God ts thy Refuge and underneath are the everlastzng arms NANCY MINARS Class of 1957 7 Deuteronomy 33:27 2.4 TEIIIIITES G0 FIIIRWHRII T0 " ' ' "' 0 fly I closed the book n a dream and let cts echoes anger to redeem .valence wcth L f i as usic, darkness with its gleam. Au hor Vnknovvn 195 TECHUES STAFF 5 Editor-in-Chief I Photography Edltor Copy Edltor Art Edltor Business Manager Photographers Advlser ,Mary Powelson Barbara Barnes Gretchen Boatman Barbara Erdmann Margaret Rechess Frederlck Relchensperger, Wllllam Megarrv Mr Donald N Nelson To Mr James Daubanton of Securlty Blank Book and Prmtlng Company, Mr J Scholen of St Cloud Engravmg Company and Mr T Volante of Volante s Studlo, We are lndebted for mvaluable asslstance and advlce 1n producmg the 1957 Techoes Abeln, Dorothv 33 36 37 57 104 123 125 Soph Party Comm 1 Band 1 Z 3 NHS 3 5 and 30 Club 1 Red Cross Council 2 3 AAUW 3 All Sports Day Comm 3 H1 Hats 1 Girls State Rep 2 Pep Club 2 3 Ach Thomas 15 26 55 55, 56 65 nnls 1 2 NHS 5 a d Club 1 Lettermens Club 2 3 tramural Sports 3 Basketball 1 Sk Club 3 Ahearn, Sharon Dlscussron 2 Gopher Historians 2 Re Cross Councll 2 GAA 2 Ahles Allen Bus Patrol Ahlstrand Perry 67 04 Senlor Class Play Basketball 1 A1gner Ellzabeth gall Monltor 2 Student Council Albers Georgla 39 104 Glrls Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus 2 5 and 30 Club 1 Ampe, Joel 13 21 30 52 55 70 103 104 Sr Executlve Council Play Produc tion 3 Boys Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus 2 3 Mixed Ensemble 1 Office Messenger 3 Track 2 3 Speech Actlv ltles 3 Skl Club 3 Hockey 1 2 3 Lettermens Club 2 3 Arnhold Barbara 27 30 37 67 68 71 104 Play Production 3 Senior Class Play Glrls Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus 2 3 Homecoming Comm Chairman 3 Speech Actlvitles 2 3 Aquatic Club 1 2 All Sports Day Comm 3 IRC 1 2 3 Variety Show Comm 2 Asleson Kathryn 26 27 35 67 104 123 Plav Production 2 3 Glrls Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus 2 3 Mixed Ensemble NHS 3 Gopher His AAUW 3 Latm Club 1 Jr Academy of Sclence 1 2 3 Athen Beatrlce Techoreos 1 Jr 5 and 30 Club 1 Austln, James 3 Orchestra 1 torlans 1 2 3 and Sr Gregg Artist Barnes Barbara 2 26 27 8 3 56 57 104 3 Mxxed Chorus 2 3 Band 1 2 Qurll and Scroll 2 Pres 3 Techoes Staff 3 Homecoming Comm Chrm 2 School Splr1t Comm 3 NHS 2 3 AAUW 3 Pep Club 2 3 Txgerettes 3 Debate 1 Barott Adele 33 55 57 04 Band 1 2 3 Gopher Hlstorlans 1 Biology Club 1 FHA 1 Red Cross Council 1 GAA 1 2 Skl Club 3 Techoroes 1 2 Barrett Leon 1 16 6 Office Messenger 3 NHS 3 5 and 30 Club 1 Radio Club 1 2 DIREUTURY Bauer, Joan , Senior Class Play Beauchamp, Robert 50 51 56 Hockey 2 3 Lettermens Club 2 Becker, Elaine Discussion 1 Gopher Hlstorlans 2 Beckers, Carol MDVC 3 Techoreos 1 Beckers, Roger Beehler, Ronald 26 30 67 Senlor Class Play Boys Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus 2 3 Office Messenger 3 NHS 3 Radio Club 1 2 3 Bell, Dannrelle 26 32 54, 0 61 64 103 5 lass Sec B nd 1 Class Sec NHS 3 Aquatlc Club 2 3 Soph Class Sec Flag Swinger 3 Student Council Rep 2 All Sports Day Attendant Homecoming tendant Belschner, Barbara 2 26 29 3 55 2 73 95 Jr Class Treas Band 1 2 3 Quill and Scroll 3 Homecoming Comm Chm 3 Student Council Rep 3 NHS 2 3 GAA 1 Vlce Pres 2 Pres 3 The Tech Staff Charity Drive Chrm 3 Pep Club 2 Pres 3 Beltz, Kathryn 3 37 5 Historians 2 3 IRC 2 3 Benmng, Shlrley 5 Hall Monitor 3 Techoreos 1 Blrk, Margaret BlSCh0ff Margorre 36 105 Discussion 1 2 Jr and Sr Gregg Artist Red Cross Council 3 GAA 2 Scribes 2 Boatman, Gretchen 2 25 26 7 30, 34 5 6 73 105 119 Soph Exec Council Jr Exec Council Senlor Class Play Quill and Scroll 2 3 Techoes Staff 3 Student Counc1l Sec 3 Homecoming Comm Chrm 2 3 NHS 2 Vice Pres 3 Debate 1 2 3 AAUW 3 J Academy o Sc ence 2 3 Boethln Nancy Scribes 2 FI-IA 1 Red Cross Councll 3 Braledy Colleen 55 106 Techoreos 1 Brenden Gerald 24 25 26 6 1 70 3 1 11 Junlor Rotarlan 3 Mlxed Chorus 1 2 3 Concession Chrm 3 Student Council Rep 1 2 3 NHS 2 Pres 3 Debate 1 2 3 Lettermens Club 3 Football 2 3 The Tech Staff 3 Boys County Rep 2 Student Council Euro pean Tour 2 Brix Marlene 39 06 Scribes 2 MDVC 3 Calrns Mary 26 29 30 33 37 60 61 106 Glrls Glee Club l Mixed Chorus 2 3 Band 1 2 3 NHS 3 Dlscusslon 2 Red Cross Council 2 All Sports Day Comm 3 The Tech Staff 3 Home coming Queen Campbell, Kathleen 3 35 36 7 71 72 103 06 Sr Exec Council Glrls Glee Club 1 2 Mixed Chorus 3 Homecoming Comm 2 Student Council Rep 2 Red Cross Council 1 2 Art Club 1 2 3 All Sports Day Comm 3 IRC 1 2 Career Day Comm 2 3 Capser Allce Carlson, Fneda 30 106 Soph Exec Councll Soph Party Comm 1 Girls Glee Club 2 3 Mlxed Chorus 3 Orchestra 1 GAA 1 Carpenter, Colleen 26 30 36 55 06 Glrls Glee Club 1 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 Bandl 2 Homecoming Comm 2 NHS 3 Red Cross Council 1 2 Ski Club 3 Career Day Comm 3 Techoreos 1 Cashman, Donald 1 20 6 54 56 57 Band 1 2 3 Study Hall Monitor 3 Tennxs 1 2 3 NHS 3 Lettermcns Club 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 Tech Hl Hats 3 Pep Club 2 3 Cates Mary 36 54 76 Girls Glee Club 1 Mlxed Chorus 2 3 Homecoming Comm 2 Red Clos Council 1 2 Aquatic Club 2 3 IPC 1 2 Jr Academy of Science 2 Chaffin William 50 51 53 56 0 Hockey 2 3 Student Council Rep 1 Radio Club 2 3 Lettermens Club 2 3 Chandler, Gerald 72 Senlor Class Play Debate l 2 Speec Actlvltles 3 Intramural Sports 3 Chrsholm, Audrey 37 68 Jr Exec Council Jr Party Comm Gxrls Glee Club l Mixed Chorus 'I Dance 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