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

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HA , , '35?-'i-PM d,,g2ufg4' 4 Anuwgffw? 3 , , "3f2Qjf'i3Q31- ' Q gg 'Q ' , .41 '- ff ' 'sg ff K -fn 'K , 1 ' I , figifi 9533 L,-' . ' . ny. .7,?,,,! ,Y ... V mr. fi ,, -gain" - ' sv ". L Ffa v ' 1 L," ' 1 , ,Q .4 , ,, , ,rg E ge - af . 5 A -. 3, . 1 V -V az' 1 17 2 G. rf ,. - 'wil 5 s 4 , I 1,1155 ."'l s 3 Q! l. E I eg The Spirit of Tech Combines Many Things The Spirit of Tech7sYes, the Spiritl I At times it is tangible, easily recognized, and well understood, but more often it is an invisible and everpresent movinyi force which can only be felt by the members ol Tech. The people, the place in time, the experienced feeling ol belonging - - - this is Tech and the Spirit ol Tech. i TIIE SPIRIT OF COMPETITION . . . is revealed in the facial expressions and bodily tension of anxious Techites and their cheerleaders as the team nears a victory during the district tournaments. P 'ms srmrr or FUN, . .becomes a fainiiilr part of our activities: such a spirit is felt by these characters from Dogpatch at the Sadie Hawkins dance. ' THE SPIRIT OF FRIENDSHIP. . .expressesitself in the bringing together of foreign exchange students- Ergun Karaca from Turkey, Elizabeth Hay from New Zealand, and Tech's representative to Norway, Janet Eilfert. 164155111 i V X if E R '2 V,Q2 '1 ., ig iq Y yv ,f x , x J- THE SPIRIT OF LEARNING . . . is repre- sented not only by a curious Tech student, but also by a helpful student teacher who is learning as she teaches. ' -'-'. 1 'T R M, 5-. Jfu. iq. , we 75 Dedicated to MR. ERWIN A. HERTZ laandrnaster at Tech For 25 years Mr. Hertz has himself shown his dedication . as a teacher in China, as a worlcer in church and civic groups, as leader ol the organization that has brought international lalne to this school. Vlithout him the Spirit ol Tech would be incomplete " .' . 263512, peuoauael--70 eumubalaon--64 Uzgcmqatlone-X0 Adam---102 sm: .446 - 120 Ddzeotoaq---144 fr' ---""' al I , if I .x if ,yy I ,, X A 'f 'Zn' G, 0, ' , -wiv. 9 K ' ' Q .X - . 1 . ,v sogrli .usa ' ' , 5 'V ,' aff 41 , R, 3, ,. f,' 1 1 ,'v'4 'nkfy k 5,3 ' K' Q Q iv fl "' 22 1, K V 'Ri I .ivy ' ' g , g . 3' sunk! ' - " S sr. . 'v 195' N -.' ' sn. ivhf ,w ' J' nv Q . f 3 i f. ' ,MM ' , 115' 2 " 333 'F 0 , 19552, , N, H- 5 ,Siam ' 4 5 1 92?--' 1 , Wgfg 19 Em? K , 4 in 5 , "' 'TT Y 'I With enthusiasm, devotion and an insight into the problems of youth, Mr. F. J. Herda fulfills his position as principal. The jobs of arranging the yearly calendar, of assigning classes and of enforcing school rules and regu- lations are his. Mr. Herda's fine planning and encouraging of cooperation between students and faculty keep Tech running smoothly. Interested in many clubs and activities, he has done outstanding work with the Student Council and the National Honor Society. Working with Mr. Herda is the Advisory Board. This group, composed of faculty members, handles new problems and important matters which confront the school. Mr. F. J. Herda Principal of Technical High School Construction of an Expanding Educational Program. Advisory Board: F. J. Herda, H. Holl C. H'll G. H ' . d H meyer, 1 , ennmgsgaar , W. utchens, P. Hill, A. Bothen. I I 7a Miss Mary Almeter For the teaching of Miss Mary Almeter, business education instructor at Tech for 30 years. A personnel manager recently said, "A secretary can give no higher recommendation than to say, 'I was a student of Miss Almeter'." A teacher ajfects eternity. She can never tell where her influence stops. For Mr. H. B. Gough, superintendent of St. Cloud Public Schools for 28 years. The H. B. Gough Vocational School stands as a tangible and eloquent tribute to one who has given more than 50 years of leadership to education. Superintendent H. B. Gough Faculty Members Contribute to Spirit of Tech. Miss Mary Almeter Mr. Raymond Anderson Business Education Agriculture Mr. R. T. Antil Miss Myrtle C. Bacon Mathematics Speech Contributing more than their share to the spirit of Tech, the faculty sponsors a faculty pepfest and takes part in the faculty-varsity basketball game each year. This year, carrying on a proud tradition, the faculty team defeated the varsity. Wishing only the best for their students, Tech's teachers put in extra hours to confer with them and help them-whether it be a so- cial or a scholastic problem. As advisers to organ- izations, they combine wisdom and authority by remaining on the outside to give the students a chance to express themselves and by always being there when they are needed. Helpful, understanding and friendly, these teachers are assisting in building a better tomorrow. Majorette Bacon leads the orange and black faculty band during the faculty pep fest. W. Hutchens, W. Frantti, W. Kasch, V. Morrison, A. Behrens relax and enjoy a conversation in the faculty men's lounge. Miss Daloris Bain English Mr- Albeff Behrens Mr. George Benson Mr. Henry Bettendorf Students realize a unique experience when they have the opportunity to be taught by student teachers. They gain new ideals, new standards and greater knowledge. Inithe background is the Tech faculty memberg wisely, quietly guiding every one involved. A special service offered by the faculty is individual counseling. Each student is assigned to a counselor who informs him of his abilities, interests and potential. The counselor then helps him decide which subjects to take and helps him make plans for after graduation. The result of this extra work is better prepared graduates who know where they're going and what they want to do. Industrlal Arts Industrial Arts Social Science, Miss Agnes Bothen Mr. D. H. Chamberlin English Vocational Automechanics Student Council Mr. Roy K. Blowers, Jr. Mathematics, Science Mr. Charles Coleman Business Education ...Z Serving in Many Capacities, They are Club Advisers Rita Kurtzman was Mr. Kuff:-31's special guest at the fall NHS induction. Mr. William Frantti Mathematics Miss Gertrunde Gove Social Science Y Mr. John Coyle Mr. L. C. Crose English Physical Education Mr. Ames Dahl Mr. Verne L. Delp Vocal Music English Mr. H. J. Gruba Miss Helen Harmes Social Science Speech Correction ,.a- ff' gl Members of the faculty team jubiantly carry Coach Luckemeyer on their shoulders after defeating the varsity at the annual faculty-varsity game. Mr. Gerald Henningsgaard Mr. Erwin A. Hertz Industrial Arts Instrumental Music Miss Patricia llill Nlr. ll. E. Ilollmever Latin, English, Student Council Hr I Miss Catherine Hill English Mr. Warren Hu tchens C0-orrlinator Science ' fs-4. '52 Miss Myrtle Johnson Mr. Warren Kasch School Nurse Social Science It atlence an n erstan mg, ' I1 P ' d U d ci' Mr' Edwin Isakson Miss Peggy Klein Mr. John H. Kuffel Industrlal Arts English, Spanish Science M"MRff1naldt.Kerr Mr. James J. Leigh Mr. Dennis Loge at ema ICS Industrial Arts English, Debate Mrs. Armella Ladner Business Education Miss Ramona Lovold Mr. Robert Madeson Miss Connie Malmsten Physical Education Vocational Carpentry Home Economics They Mold the Character of Tomorrow's Citizens Mrs. Nancy Maroney English Mr. R. C. Miller Director of Vocational Education Mr. Robert Melaas Business Education Mr. V. L. Morrison Attendance Director Social Science Mr. Anthony Michalski Art Miss Theresa Mulrean Science -C3 individual Assistance and Counseling Prepare Students. 7 Miss Ellen Stovring Miss Lois Seipp Librarian Business Education Mr. Ralph Sorenson Guidance Director Mr. H. A. Tice Vocational Machine Shop Mr. Charles Sell Mr. John C. Sorci Social Science Industrial Arts Miss Ethelwyn Weir Home Economics Mr. Theodore M. Zeyher Social Science, German 3 U 2 Miss Georgia Albers Finance Clerk Miss Bonive Pearson Miss Doreene England Mrs. Lucille Osborn Secretary to Superintendent Secretary to Board of Education Office , Kitchen, aintenance Miss Wanda Richter Secretary to Principal Miss Grace Smith Secretary to Nurse Secretary to Director of Vocational Education Georgia Albers, finance clerk, receives payments from Tara Dock and Joyce Fogo. Miss Patricia Rosha Secretary to Attendance Director Preparing salad are Tech's cooks, Mrs. Dorothy Maglich, Mrs. Ruby Thompson, Mrs. Clara Pung and Mrs. Martha Anderson. Personnel Enable Efficient anagement of Tech. Working behind the scenes to keep Tech running smoothly and efficiently are the office, kitchen and maintenance staffs. Students find out just how helpful the office staff is when they want to pay a bill, find out which class a friend is in or learn the correct procedure to follow after being absent. Working to prepare tempting dishes to satisfy the appetites of Techites is the kitchen staff. The maintenance crew makes sure that each room is neat and clean and that the building is kept warm when the temperature drops. Maintenance Crew: Front Row: Mr. Wilbur Pearson! Mr. L. A. Taylor, Mr. Lawrence Richardson. Row 2: Mr. Francis Lease, Mr. Paul Donais, Mr. Fred Kaupp, Jr. Row 3: Mr. Milton Storkamp, Mr. Floyd Walbridge. Always keeping Tech running smoothly are engineers Mr. Al Dombrovski and Mr. Julius Hollenhorst. Director of Maintenance Mr. Donald Schlangen Tech Presents Excitement Tech was exciting and bewildering to the sophomores on their first day of the new school year. They had to rush from class to class, and didn't even know where the rooms were. Within a few weeks they were thoroughly acquainted with the school and began to take an active part in its school work and extra curricular activities. The class of 1960 elected their own class officers, executive council members, and cheerleader. These people served as the representatives of the sophomore class throughout the year. and Bewilderment to Sophs. "Lockers at Tech just aren't big enough", wails C. Schmitz as she surveys with dismay the fallen contents of her locker. The newest class at Tech elected an all-feminine slate of class officers for the school year. Seated Lower Left and Clock- wise: Virginia Dalman, secre- tary: Deloris Bruhn, vice- presidentg Dianne Goenner, treasurer: and Elaine Adler, president. A representative from each homeroom and the class ofiicers comprise each class's executive council. Sophomore Council Members are Seated: J. Pike, V. Dalman, W. Hommerding, K. Folsom, K. Wigton. Row 2: D. Goenner, E. Adler, D. Bruhn, P. McElhone, M. Tengblad, D. Schwartz. Row 3: C. Kloeppner, C. Brewer, R. Gohman, B. Mattson, S. Rosha. Room 14-Mr. Anderson Front Row: K. Lehnen, D. Yaeger, J. Heinen. Row 2: D. Rosha, D. Milner, D. Loehrer, D. Steinhaus. Row 3: L. Eilers, W. Kriefels, R. Gohman, J. Salzbrun, A. Moeller, Mr. Anderson. Row 4: D. Klug, M. Zwilling, D. Merdan, G. Lipinski, L. Prom, B. Berg. Room 247-Mr. Benson Front Row: T. Kirchner, F. Grant, R. Knutson, M. Kaupp. Row 2: D. Kotschevar, J. Kampa, C. Kloepner, O Kramer, D. Keeville. Row 3 M. Kuklok, L. Knafla, D Keeney, R. Keppers, R Kenning, L. Kuusinen, C Kirschmann. Row 4: J Knutson, E. Klein, G. Keeville, J. Kile, L. Kosbab, E. Kurr. Room 1 36-Mr. Blowers Front Row: J. Dickinson, D. Feldhous, K. Erickson, J. Fessenden. Row 2: C. Emery, V. Dalman, L. Eiffert, . Feldges, J. Feigum. Row : D. Dickinson, S. Davidson, . Dallmann, D. Diedrich, . Dhein, J. Erickson. Row : Mr. Blowers, M. Edgerly, . Chandler, D. Daggett, . Eveslage, J. DeZurik, . Denchfield. 1-4UUusUdUwL4 Mixer, Election of Officers, Room 272-Miss P. Hill Front Row: M. Lucius, C. Lehnen, W. Long, D. Larson, E. Laudenbach, M. Lenarz. Row 2: Miss P. Hill, J. McGarry, D. McIntyre, D. Lenarz, D. Laakso, K. Lietha, P. McElhone, J. Lamprecht. Row 3: V. McNeal, B. Larsen, J. Latterell, Jo. McComb, Je. McComb, S. Larson, L. Lintgen, R.Lyon. Row 4: D.McGee, S. Larson, K. Laughlin, M. Lies, T. Linnell, R. Lommel, R. Larson, T. LaRose, N. Lewis. Room l32f-Mr. Behrens Front Row: J. Bloch, S Bukowski, K. Athman, B Benoit, J. Becker, L. Burwick Row 2: P. Ahles, J. Beumer, L. Benjamin, D. Bruhn, E Adler, M. Biendara, J. Akervik. Row 3: J. Boelz, D. Burrows J. Boucher, L. Bakeman, J Achmann, C. Bardson, R Bergstrom, D. Ahearn. Row 4 Mr. Behrens, J. Bartell, D Brezinski, L. Brix, W. Achman J. Betzold, S. Athen, K. Brewerl lnitiates Teclfs Class of 1960. Room 141-Mr. Sorci Front Row: J. Grams, K. Goenner, K. Folsom, S. Goehring. Row 2: D. Goenner, R. Fillman, N. Finneman, M. Genrich, C. Grundhoefer. Row 3: P. Fink, G. Fiereck, L. Grams, D. Fineday, K. Grundahl, M. Fritz. Row 4: Mr. Sorci, K. Gustafson. Room 162-Mrs. Ladner Front Row: D. Haehn, WV Hommerding, G. Handeland, J Holladay. Row 2: S. Hartman A. Homstad, S. Hood, C Hilsgren, S. James. Row 3 Mrs. Ladner, VV. Jussila, M Heurung, S. Hanson, P. Honer, L. Hinsey, D. Jones, J. Jansky. Row 4: J. Hentges, J. Halverson, R. Hartmann, D. Hentges, B. Holt, P. Henning, W. Johnson, VV. Hooper, D. Johnson. r l I 1 , 4- U Room 324-Miss Mulrean Front Row: M. Prudhon K Pietron, R. Pietron, B. Payne. J. Pike, J. Pfiueger. Row 2 A. Opitz, A. Peterson, K O'Link, K. Quigley, S. Perry, J. Potter, B. Peel. Row 3: J. Puhl, T. Pattison, C. Pikus, J. Prow, T. Palm, N. Powelson, M. Prigge, D. Perrin. Row 4 S. Porter, R. Peterson, D Ophouen, R. Proell, P Palmgren, K. Paetznick, M Plafcan, Miss Mulrean. Room 274-Mr. Gru ba Front Row: B. Miller, L Maly, D. Magnuson, S Mooney, L. Mathies. Row2 D. Maleska, K. Mick, L. Meyer M. Megarry, R. Merrill, T Miller. Row 3: S. Middendorf J. Nicholson, L. Maile, B: Mattson, F. Moeller, K Nathan, B. Meidl. Row 4: Mr. Gruba, J. Mruz, L. Misenko, T. Nelson, R. Magears, R Noack, N. Neils. sophomores Become Part of Tech Room 349-Mr. Kerr Front Row: E. Rollins, D Rainer, J. Sauer, S. Saatzer, J Rosenberger. Row 2: L. Russell K. Rud, L. Mockenhaupt, J Rarick, J. Rausch, H. Sadlowsky Row 3: D. Repulski, M Ruegemer, H. Sabrowsky, M Rubink, B. Rosen, M. Rosen S. Rosha. Row 4: Mr. Kerr B. Riggs, K. Reber, J. Rieder J. Randall, K. Rau, D. Rhoda K. Rydberg. r Room 351-Mr. Antil Front Row: M. Smith, K. Schramel, D. Schreifels, S. Stavrum, C. Schlangen, S. Spychala. Row 2: L. Stark, J. Simon, B. Sherer, J. Stang, S. Staneart, D. Spoden, D. Schwartz. Row 3: G. Schloemer, E. Skaalerud, V. Snyder, G. Schmit, R. Seutter, S. Schroeder, J. Schumann, C. Schmitz. Row 4: Mr. Antil, V. Schultz, R. Schmidt, D. Schrom, D. Schreifels, D. Scherfenberg, M. Stark, F. Scofield. by Joining Organizations, Teams. Room 356-Mrs. Maroney Front Row: R. Zahn, K. Wigton, D. Zellmer, V. Zeller, B. Ziehl. Row 2: Mrs. Maroney, G. Westerhoff, P. Wolf, J. White, G. Zwack, K. West, J. Wright. Row 3: D. Wehrle, K. Zimmerman, R. VVeber, D. Walbridge, M. Weisman, M. Winkler, L. Wolf, D. Wallack, J. Wilson. Row 4: D. Wahlin, J. Wiesner, H. VVyVell, YV. Todd, D. VVeber, D. Westberg, G. Walker, K. Wittmayer. Room 352iMiss Klein Front Row: D. Thorson, E. Thiesse, B. Tank, M. Tengblad. Row 2: V. Stein,D.Stuntebeck, B. Theis, L. Thole, J. Stueve. Row 3: J. Swanson, E. Thyen, S. Tennison, C. Stellmach, M. Surowski, S. Tarnowski. Row 4: Miss Klein, M. Stueve, D. Terhaar, R. Stream, L. Townsend, L. Thielman. ,V ' 3 'wr X , ffdwln, Q. - Q9 S, ,, 1? ,ft .fdgwg , , .3 'iv ' 1 54.amM!.A.fs, 51 uam,4.f M M-Aux .M X a Q gb gg, J 1 , ,WN www' if F' V 41 ,4 m I 1 'x V v ,ps .-V at 'S I M Juniors Gain Experience for Future Responsibility. Judy Denker voices her opinion at an open student council meeting. At the left are the junior class officers. Standing: A. Shay, treasurer. Sitting, clockwise with lower right: J. Brenden, secretary: M. Milhaupt, vice-president: L. Morrison, president. ,Q-, Q., J QM! . , ' ' -A tw, 1 I . H ' ,gel . . A -s ,I uf ' J The junior class was proud of this prize winning fioat they sponsored in the homecoming parade. Using valuable experience gained as sopho- mores, juniors were able to take an active part in student council, organizations and publi- cations. Under the leadership of a junior English class, they took over the publishing of the Technicana. Mary Milhaupt was editor. Editors Marcia La Sota and Lynn Tessari led the staff of junior journalists Who put out the junior issue of The Tech in March. Honored in the spring were fifteen classmates who were elected into the National Honor Society. With class rings as a symbol, they look forward with anticipation to life as seniors. Executive Council Members: Front Row: B. Oberg, J. Athman, J. Denker, A. Shay, M. Schmidt. Row 2: N. Strommer, P. Hurd, J. Brenden, R. Faust, M. Milhaupt, R. Lietha. Row 3: R. Yaeger, P. Brinkman, R. Sadlowsky, L. Morrison, D. Kalscheuer. 1 2 Election Returns Bring New Student Council Cfficers Room l43fMr. Isakson. Front Row: M. Ahles, J. Agnew, G. Allen, G. Agnew. Row 2: K. Anderson, L. Allen, J. Athman, V. Albers, C. Adelman. Row 3: R. Archibald, J. Angen, L. Bacon, J. Amundson, G. Anderson, T. Arseneau. Row 4: Mr. lsakson, R. Baker, R. Algren, J. Anderson, A. Althaus. Room 154 Nliss Seipp. Front Row: P. Berg, M. Braiedy, C. Bick, P. Beltz, C. Beumer. Row 2 W Burlet, A. Billig, D. Benning, L. Berger, B. Bracken, N. Bergh. Row 4: Miss Seipp L Brule, W. Beckers, J. Buelow, J. Brenden, P. Blaske, D. Campbell, J. Beckers. Row 4 H Carlson, G. Cariveau, P. Brinkman, J. Blum, R. Brown, A. Boucher, D. Burke, J. Bielejeski Class of 1959 Plans Last Homecoming as Stuclents. Room 156-Mr. Coleman. Front Row: D. Donken, J. Diedrich, R. Diment, J. Denker, J. Dyson, E. Engen. Row 2: D. Curtis, R. DeGree, R. Clark, G. Dominik, A. Eiynck, B. Elmquist, P. Cotten. Row 3: R. Erickson, J. Dierkes, R. Deters, J. Cota, E. Eiynck, J. Eich, D. Court, C. Eich. Row 4: Mr. Coleman, D. Daniels, L. Dresow, J. Cossette, R. Dahlman, R. Dingmann, J. Connolly, D. Danzl, R. DeZurik. Room 158-Mr. Loge. Front Row: A. Gallagher, J. Gasser, F. Gill, M. Feldhous. Row 2: R. Faust, K. Graham, A. Gill, H. Goehrs, M. Gasser. Row 3: N. Fiereck, R. B. Gohmann, P. Fritz, J. Gilmer, B. Folsom, R. Feia. Row 4: Mr. Loge, F. Forcier, N. Gilmore, W. Goedker, M. Grile, S. Fell, M. Fahrenholz. AFS, Girls' State, Boys' State Representatives Room 222fMr. Sell. Front Row: C. Hansen, S. Hilyard, P. Honer, J. Hartmann, D. Haroldson. Row 2: E. Hornmerding, E. Hammon, B. Hoffman, P. Hurd, A. Hamilton, C. Hooper. Row 3: N. Hill, R. Heins, D. Heaton, T. Hopke, G. Hiscock, L. Hoehl, R. Hurd. Row 4: Mr. Sell, M. Hobbs, G. Hayden. P. Henkel, D. Hansen, P. Hall. J. Heflen. Room l7lfMr. Melass. Front Row: J. Koprek, A. Johnstone, J. Johnson, V. Kellner. Row 2: D. Klug, T. Keeney, T. Killeen, M. Kedrowski, E. Kenning. Row 3: P. Johnson, B. Kimball, R. Lacher, R. Janssen, C. Knutson, K. Keough. Row 4: O. Jardine, R. Kind, D. Kalscheuer, J. Kurtzman, D. Lagerren, D. Kiffmeyer, K. Kramer. Foresee a Summer of Exciting Experiences. Room 270-Miss 0'Rourke. Front Row: C. Miller, B. Theis, K. Linnell, M. Luke. P. Maher, R. Laudenbach. Row 2: B. Lister, N. Mayer, D. Murphy, J. Merrill, S. Mick, D. Miller, P. Maleska. Row 3: M. Ludwig, J. Langanki, M. Lindley, M. Milhaupt, G. Litchy, J. Lam renee, M. Lardy, R. Lietha, M. La Sota, Miss O'Rourke. Row 4: S. Michalski, G. Montifering, T. Murz, L. Morrison, L. Milner, R. Lipinski, R. Michel, R. Mesenburg, K. Lewis. Room 330 --Mr. Hollmeyer. Front Row: P. Notch, G. Nathan, D. Nieters, B. Oehrlein, N. Pearson Row 2: D. Nelson, K. Nelson, B. Oberg, M. Pfannenstein, W. Pettitt, D. Notch. Row 3: M. Olson G. Negaard, T. Ostrom, H. Oehrlein, D. Olson, G. Paggen, B. Pearson. Row 4: B. Opheim, R. Perrin K. Nielson, L. Opatz, L. Nesser, K. Nothnagel, L. Olk, J. Neutzling. Room 360-Mr. Delp. Front Row: J. Roering, B. Prudhon, A. Reiter, M. Reischl. Row 2: J. Robbins, J. Rieland, C. Rothstein, M. Philippi, R. Rainer. Row 3: E. Rohloff, G. Ristow, D. Rueter, R. Ruhoff, W. Cater, R. Robatcek, J. Sanders. Row 4: Mr. Delp, J. Rausch, R. Sadlowsky, R. Sauer, J. Prom, D. Richter, L. Plombon, M. Rieder. Room 358fMiss C. Hill. Front Row: M. Schmidt, T. Spychala, J. Spychala, B. Schmit Row 2: L. Schutt, C. Schmid, M. Schneider, P. Schauer,A. Shay. Row 3: D. Smith, D Seanger, J. Schendzielos, M. Spoden, S. Skumautz, S. Skjod. Row 4: Miss C. Hill, G. Skewes P. Schoborg, C. Schneider, R. Smith, J. Schumacher, T. Teigen. Class Rings symbolize Coming Year as Seniors. Room 362-eMiss Gove. Front Row: C. Stark A. Thole P. Stueve B. Valerius M. Stemen Row 2: N. Strommer C. Vanderlee S. Victor P. Thiesse J. Vavricka, S. Urquhart. Row 3: S Voigt, C. VanNostrand, R. Thies, J. Stl'il'f'S, C. Theisen, P. Strand, L. Tessari. Row 4: Miss Gove, J. Touranrl, T. Swanson, D. Talbert, E. Stark, L. Sundby, H. Yolkers, J. Storms Room l64iMr. Covle. Front Row: M. VVolf M. W'eis J. Zinken, D. VVinkels S. W'olch. Row 2: R. Zeppelin, E. Zimmerman, P. Webber, M. Yager, B. Zwack, G. VVipper. Row 3: D. W'arner A. W'olf, R. Wbjtanowitz, B. W'edl, J. Zwilling, L. Vl'olf, R. W'anzong. Row 4: Mr. Covle R VVilberg, L. Wakeman, T. Willard, L. W'olf, D. Weis, B. Yaeger, VV. Ziegler ilu 1 A :gy 'fb s'..'lq ill 'l, lll:::. lllg'.' '.-I... lllll 5 lxllj. U s Q 11, Qc, , Q Ill Q ' --IH'-: af'- 9- I .-ipfff' 'I li-401 fw"a Y aff' 'hy c 3!f4::t u'vf',,,,s uff',,,m Q5 '95- 3"r HID: .332 3: I"Q5 :gr ni f ,nfsff 1 rqc ,:gx9 an in -63383 0' xp 5 S Class of '58 Elects Student Council, Activity Leaders. The senior class of 1958 started a precedent by getting their class rings at the end of their junior year. A modern style was chosen and a large number of the class purchased the rings. Spirited campaigning for the student council officers ended in victory for Richard Kuffel, president, Marion Wicktor, vice-president, Sandra Adler, secretary 3 and William Savage, treasurer. They led the council in all of its activities throughout the year. Senior athletes served as captains and co- captains of the athletic teams. Many of the boys earned major and minor letters in one or more sports. Many of the committees for special days held during the year were headed by seniors. Measuring for caps and gowns made gradu- ation seem nearer. Exchanging class pictures, name cards, and ordering invitations added to the excitement of the senior year. A selling campaign for the purpose of earning money for the senior class graduation party made use of the efforts of the entire senior class. Filing out of the south auditorium with shop- ping bags in hand, the class members tryed their luck at salesmanship. Shammy cloths, measur- ing cups, and laundry bags proved to be the best selling items. The all-male slate of ofhcers for the senior class elected last fall are from left to right and clockwise: D. Eberhardt, secretaryg L. Pallansch, vice-president: J. Mence, president: and R. Hurd, treasurer. l Senior executive council members serve as the governing body for the class of '58, Seated: R. Hurd, L. Pallansch, A. Reed, D. Eberhardt, J. Mence, Standing: M. Canfield, B. Janssen, T. Weismann, S. Dallmann, T. O'Donnell, D. Schutt, J. Heuerman, R. Brandt, K. Kusserow, L. Meemken. "Twist around and twist around with all of your might", sing K. Sample, T. Neils, D. Thielman, J. Kimlinger, G. Weirauch, J. Mence, D. Rossmeisl, R. Ziebol, R. Siegmund, W. Savage and G. Akervik at the Techoes variety show. Karen Ach Sandra Adler Gary Akervik Dolores Albers Gary Anderson Robert Anderson Dianne Baker Bernard Baldwin James Banwell Gerald Bartlett Norita Bartz Jean Bauer Seniors Designate Cutstanding Classmates as Kay Bayley Joanne Benoit Judith Bergstrom Donald Beu mer Elaine Beu mer Betty Bick ""'u-f Representatives in Civic Organizations Helen Bielejeski June Biendara Thomas Blommer Kathleen Boethin Sarah Brainard Richard Brandt Constance Braun Bette Britton Carol Brummer Carol Buelow Stuclents Receive Recognition for Exceeding Ability Gayle Burrows Larry Burton Y lrgxnla Burton Sharon 1 allahan M xrgaret C anfield Wayne L arlson Glen K asey David Lhlrhart Fx LQ. -I , ' 1. . . - , 1 4 V4 1 'I Y V1 1 - ' . 1 4 A A 1 Q I: ,.. A -' MYQQVW -ax 5 f .K W ,yu . X e 'F 4 - . fx- :NM 4 X 'fy Big , 'm1""fiI'f ' fm 'fa 'ff' 9 5 - "' fl Syl-lin. if 'W A -.. 5 - -Ji 'f """1'e-."'zf' . Kenneth Chirhart I Anna Christinsen Scholarship Winners are: M Valvrlus, Betty Crocker winner from Tevh: F. Slobetz, science awarr winner: and R. Anderson, National Merit Scholarship vsinner. Scholarship, Service, Character, and Leadership. John Conrad Bernadine Desklarais 17 if Audrey Crepeau Stephen Dallmann Judith Derr Robert Diederichs Shirley Dierkes Beverly Dobos Qi' suv XC. r:::5'1mm- ,J-J 'TZ7 Libby, Ergun Teach Us Foreign Customs, Traciitions. Joyce Fogo Roberta Frank Robert Fruth Roger Fuchs Rose Genrich Rita Gerads E. Karaca, E. Hay, V. Burton, and J. Bergstrom put the finishing touches on the senior class Christmas tree John Gallagher Patricia Gardner Joseph Goenner Durane Gohman my Geneva Gohman Wayne Gohman Joyce Gohmann Phyllis Gottwalt Gerald Graham Angeline Gross Participation in Committees, Band, Cliorus, Social Elizabeth Hartman Elizabeth Hay Dorothy Heins Carolyn Held Duane Hennen James Heuerman David Hiemenz Roger Hiltner Sharon Hoeft Leon Hoffman Elizabeth Holes Kathleen Hollenkamp Events is Enjoyed for the Last Time by Seniors. Gloria Holmes Thomas Holthus Richard Hurd Glenn Janorschke Bernice Janssen James Jendro Z :fa , 1 1 , 4 5 5 iw z f- , .un 315. ,, ff v W ,, ' wi gi? 'E Q 1 .. Km wr ,. Q 5 ' .11 , . K-if . 1 W, 'VL kwsg an . W N A X H41 W if ,Q 42, Q -- 'Q L jrvw Many Formulate Their College Plans for Next Year. William Kirchner Jeanne Klein Quintin Kobienia Margaret Kothmann Marie Krolzek Utley Kronenberg A. A. U. W. Representatives are seated: J. Eiflert, L. La Sota, R. Kurtzman, J. Lampy, J. Fogo, S. Adler, E. Holes, A, Reed. Standing: E. Hay, L. Drayton, C. Millett, R. Weaver, M. Wicktor, T. Dock. Eldred Kraemer John Kramer Richard Kuffel Rita Kurtzman ' 5, 4 K . X 5 Karen Kusserow Judith Lampy Richard Landowskl Sandra Larson The Class of 58 Claims the First State Champion Patricia Lipinski David Loehrer Marvin Lommel Mary Long . I l l 2' Lorene LaSota Dennis Lee Wanda Lehnen Dick Lewis - 'K-.. Frederick Lucius Wrestler Ever Larol NIc'NIanue Darryl Lund Michael Mclilhone George McGarry to be Named from Tech Hugh Mavis Niadben James Nlalmanger James Maly Arthur Nlartms Sharon Nlaus Lenora 'Vleemken Vhlliam Niegarry 4 QV' 'Of gf r 1 X -11. , K , Future Vocations Were Considered on Career Day Frank lNnebolte Melvm lherengarten Brenda Nleters Rlchard Nolan Axel Olson Wanda Olzenak li" 'f'l,"'V Jumor rotarxans mclude seated R Z19bOl R Anderson R Kuffel T Wersmann J Mence athleen Notch Terrence 0 Donnell lloyd Pallansch Eleanor Panno l I I 3' V X 1 . . . L If 1 xl: '7 'wx , I l' , : : . - y . Siegmund, L. Pallansch, Hurd. Standingg G. 5 . , , 3 4. . g I . . . 1 A ' 4 V Sandra Parsons Janet Patterson Darrel Patton Barbara Perry Judith Perry Alice Pfiueger Graduation Excitement Mounts as Seniors Embarlc on Frances Pietron Roger Plombon Raymond Press Peter Proctor DeWayne Przybilla Whitmore Putnam Barbara Rau sch Dorthy Reber Ann Reed Frederick Reichensperger Lucielle Reiter Mari Rieder Money Malcing Campaign for All Night Party. Doris Rieland Tom Ritsche Joseph Robinson Richard Rollins Arlene Rosha David Rossmeisl up ww if we 1 yum? We AW' Senior Problems Classes Cbserved Local Court JoAnn Scholen Ann Schram Sarah Schramel Audrey Schroeder Joy Schulz Dale Schutt Voted by her cla smates and teachers as Tech s good cltlzen J Elffert IS presented the D A R good cxtlzenshrp award by Mrs Bert Baston Damle Schroeder Kevnn Schuldt Doris Schwartz Harvey Schwarzbauer M A l l John Schwegman Donald Schvuchtenberg Ronald Slegmund Margaret Skaalerud Seniors Traditionally Exchange Class Fr Ink Slobetz Nlary Smlth 'Vlary Sogard Don Qovlch Frederlc Stang Nlary Steln Nfldrjorle Stellmach Evelyn Steman I I l I l Y 2 f , 1 Z Phyllis Studniski Shirley Studniski P- N C d "You're at least a foot from the chart!" S' exclaims Mr. Frantti while measuring T. Dock for a graduation gown. Gertrude Surma Josephine Surma Richard Svee Sharon Theisen Daniel Thielman Raymond Thompson Roy Thompson Eldred Thul Honor Day, Baccalaureate, Graduation Close Year. Marion Wicktor Karen Williamson Robert Wolle Charles Youel Ronald Ziebol Ralph Zieglmeier "YeAeow! You're killing me", yelps G. Akervik as he "bravely" submits to the needle of Dr. Donaldson who is administering a dose of Salk vaccine. Kenneth Zerves Arthur Ziehl A Karen Zniewski E A i X 1 4, in Mummy -A 'X 'TI Q 3. xf' v , ,X , I 's :I Q. 'Q 'inf . i 1 .Q , Q f 4 -.-yu gn. w, Q W ,,. .,. ' 1. -1 1. Ao .nan A' , nov, '. ,N .no ...n ,, Q" .o0", "' ' ,v Aw... u",v' V- 4 sf' .' An .., .sf ',. .,. fl 'O ',,. A ..f 41 f,o' vr N. .,n -..- .f Jr.. ...uv ,,w'.. -.1 ,,. nf, .ov , .. x.- .1-f .JV ., Q' -o 1 N.. '01, . -,--.,,,,, 1,1 Q ,,' ' .AM interested Students Combine Speech, Journalism With H. Schwartzbauer, B. Vlfelch and M. Stellmach await their turns as C. Brummer and S. Brainard conduct a session in parliamentary procedure. ,,,,,.-ef' In s eech class B Schmit learned how to Learning the principles of sentence con- struction, punctuation and correct usage are included in three years of required English. To gain a knowledge of Shakespeare, sopho- mores read Julius Caesar while seniors study MacBeth. Each year, juniors and sophomores take four or five weeks of speech as part of their English courses. Interested seniors study more detailed techniques in senior speech. For juniors who Wish to work on the annual or paper staffs, journalism is offered. Also included are advertising and photography. .p .. . . make a presentation speech. Here she practices by presenting an award to R. Robatcek. Mr. Nelson instructs B. Thies, R. Wanzong and A. Gallagher in the principles of the speed graphic. Essential English Requirements Y Miss Bothin explains sentence construction to V. Burton, R Weaver and R. Nelson. '-'M Mr Covle adwises B Bick on her Engllsh the-me 4 4 H. Goahrs, A. Billig and N. Berg listen to A. Reiterk interpretation of a dramatic selection. Enjoying a humorous selection are sophomore English students M. Fritz, L. Thole and E. Kurr. J Beumer learns of the latest ne ws in a world affairs class. K -as nf! It 5 .z Socia Faust points out Chicago on the map for D. Kiffmeyer. and J. Lobb. Finding a point for study on the globe are V. Douvier Sophomores interested in current news or travel may take advantage of World geography and world affairs courses open to them. An examination of United States history is required of all juniors. Featuring studies of social problems, government and econmics, Problems of Democracy is a senior requirement. High- lights were the hearing of a real trial at the court house and a mock trial put on by students. The Centennial year provided all with a good chance to study Minnesota history. Studying a problems of democracy work sheet are Mr. Kasch and D. Thielman. Science, Languages Reveal Ourselves and 0tl1ers Parlez-vous francaise? No, hablo espanol. These were familiar phrases for French and Spanish students throughout the year. Those taking foreign languages study two years to obtain a working knowledge. Besides verb forms, sentence construction and pronunci- ation, students learn the customs and history of people who speak these languages. Movies, records, maps and foreign coins and stamps make understanding easier. G. Mitchell and D. Klug find maps and pictures useful in the study of German. M. Lindley hopes that she would be able to apply her knowledge in the Spanish- speaking country to which Miss Klein is pointing. Studying the history of the Latin language are T McGarry and K. Boethin. D. Goenner listens to M. Edgerly's French pronunciation KLA' Fllllllll Mr. Kerr explains the fourth dimension to solid geometry students M. Kothman and D. Schroeder. Math Qffers Valuable Careers With eight mathematics courses provided, Techites have ample opportunity to acquire a basic knowledge as well as a deeper under- standing in this Held. Higher algebra, solid geometry and trigonometry represent students of the latter group. A special college algebra class, conducted before school, was available to those interested in a higher education. Students who do not want to go on to college or are interested in vocational training find basic mathematics, review arithmetic and vocational mathematics helpful. K. Linnell simplifies an equation for R. DeZurik in a higher algebra class. J. Erpelding begins a project for girls' shop. Homemakers of tomorrow may obtain valu- able experience, knowledge and practical train- ing by taking courses in home economics and girls' shop. Studies in home ec cover child care, home planning and furnishing, food preservation and preparation, clothing and etiquette. Girls' shop is a laboratory and study course devoted to problems which the average girl will meet in operating a home. Various art courses are open to all students meeting pre-requisite requirements. Sketching and drawing are included in Art I while crafts and applied art, such as wood carving and clay modeling, supply the basis for Art II. Art III provides for development of special interests. J. Biendara displays one of her water colors for P. Honer. J. Vavricka, K. Kramer, K. Archibald and J. Langanki busily work on various sewing projects. D. Haehn, E. Engen, S. Schroeder and Marge Prom prepare a meal for four. Physical Agility Aids Creativeness, Brings Relaxation and Recreation. Providing for education of the body as well as of the mind, physical education is required of all sophomores and juniors and is optional for seniors. Both programs include team and individual sports. The classes meet jointly for a brief period during which folk and ballroom dancing is taught. For advanced swimmers a course in senior life saving is offered according to Red Cross requirements. The pool is also open to students of lesser swimming ability. To aid in better fitness for students, the sophomore physical education courses include one hour of health study a week. The blue team attempts to keep the ball in their own court during a girls' physical edu- cation class. A. Hamilton and L. Meyer do a fast jitterbug during a Co-ed dancing class. B. Welch fashions a woman out of clay during art class. Trying to keep the ball from touching the floor or going out of bounds is the main object of this volleyball game in the north auditorium. Business and Vocational Training Assists Techites f Mr. Coleman instructs M. VN lcktor in the operation 'L.M.--1 ."'-""" M. Stein learns from her mistakes as Miss Almeter corrects her paper. of a mimeograph machine. H. VVyvell and J. Simon concentrate on a timed writin g. D. Kiffmeyer practices for dictation as she prepares her stenography assignment. in Choosing Careers. Giving Techites the opportunity to obtain valuable on-the-job experience is the aim of the co-operative part time program. Students receive credits for their half day spent working gs well as for the three classes they attend each ay. The clicking of typewriters and adding machines is an almost continuous sound on first fioor. Typing is an elective course open to all students, and Techites soon find they can apply their skill in other classes. While bookkeeping students try to make assets and liabilities balance, those in stenography learn to write in a language of symbols. ,,..+ -as we is A P. Studniski hopes that this customer will buy some of the china she is displaying. R. Genrich whips up a malt at the soda fountain where she works. A. Rudolph is instructed in the principles of selling a product by his employer. Techites Talce Shop and Pre-Employment Courses, Tech boys find a variety of industrial art courses from which to choose. Represented are shop, architectural and machine drawing, wood-working, automotives, printing, Welding, sheet and general metal, radio and electronics. Besides doing regular class work, the printing classes print Tech's newspaper and various school bulletins and pamphlets. For boys who like to work with their hands, Woodwork features making small Wood projects, wood finishing and design. La. Wolf tests a circuit electricity class. Repairing cars is a regular routine for automotive students P. Schoborg, R. Smith and J. Dierkes. J. Bartell puts his ideas down on paper in mechanical drawing class. Mr. Hutt-hens explains the operation of a cash register to pre-employment student L. Me-emken. I. Athman pretends she is an employer as she interviews a prospective employee, NI. Ahles. Anticipate Coming Years. For advanced business students, courses in pre-employment, salesmanship and secretarial practice are offered. For those interested in the part time aspect of this field, ofiice occu- pations relations is suggested. Anyone, no matter what his profession, may benefit from the consumer education program. Developing proficiency in filing, in the figuring of invoices, bills and statements, and in the operation of business machines is the purpose of clerical office practice. Business ethics is stressed at all times. The study of contracts, insurance, Wills, corporations and property is included in business principles and law. This course is open to juniors and seniors regardless of future vocational plans. M. Olson watches closely as J. Hartman adds some figures during a bookkeeping period. A business representative hands J. Bergstrom infor- mation whlch will add to her classroom studies. ,,,ln::1 Wearing a mask to shield his face, J. Goenner completes a welding job. Smith R.Wojtanowitz learns that the exact measurement is a necessity in Mr. Tice's machine shop. A. Martins and D. Heimenz work on a motor in the Smith Hughes automotive class. Hughes and industrial Arts A Smith Hughes carpentry course gives J. Sanders a chance to try some experiments with wood. Mr. Leigh explains details of the printing press to sophomores J. Goedker a nd D. Chandler. Provide Basis for Jobs. Taught in the vocational building, the Smith Hughes trade series meets three hours a day. They are two-year courses. Much individual help is given students in the Smith-Hughes carpentry, automotives and machine shop programs. Because of the extensiveness to which these subjects are taught and because of the time spent on them, students usually find that they are adequately prepared for a job in their special trade upon graduation. The two required subjects, English and social studies, must also be part of their curriculum. Also taught in the vocational building and also providing skill for a life time job is agri- culture. Livestock and crop production, soils, farm machinery and farming methods are studied. R. Landowski tries his hand at welding. f V 4 5 -P. ,, 2 Q .Ji f gi A f If , 1 6 ' .a ,V ',4+-,W I, ,mi H V . LVN' A .sl x si V54 I , ,U Ne! gy .f -fi Max, -' 5'4" ., fix M ' W, . N. 5 'V34 'ill ?4 F :fi 'va 4 , , .sf gg 4 2 A , 4, wx 'mi A...- 1 ' fgggf., ,iff .fi I W I I 5 Qi J, EQ ,. ' .K , Q v :jig f f' Wi, f fqfw' Y ffm? ?Z!1g1vw L5 xkygawmf , wg H 1 1 -3555 4 ,zfb "N , . M ,fy :,, wg. '2??:3Q- . 1:1-1 v ' "' E 12 Z' x j I t I fs . , in rx N TJ- , 5 -'f' my s V JU rfwxcif Mi? 4 f ' ev v ' fax I " Q. f 42, YE in ,nf GN , W 1: L sf Y' , 5' Q la in E ...B 'Q ,KR Ffk' fuf af I ,ar N f dw 1 1 MM ,, Y Ji vii ff f A. , V Lgfvgfgt -A . Q, Q fi. ' " VW ,:i',,I2 ...,.. ' 0 Q' ll Q 353: 15 .-e E ,:- ,V ww j 5., L, S Q ? gl' 'ttf' as 'Q Student Council Officers: Sitting: A. A d 1 e r , R . Kuffel, M. lNi0ktor. Standing: R. Ziebol, W. Savage. Student Council: Front Row: L. Mockvnhaupt, S. Stavrum, V. Dalman, R. Fillman, F. Grant, L. Thole, K. Lietha, M. Megarry. Row 2: Miss P. Hill, E. Hay, J. Eiflert, J. Fogo, M. Wicktor, A. Homstad, E. Adler, A. Gallagher, Mr. Bettendorf. Row 3: S. Adler, C. Millett, P. Strand, P. Webber, N. Powelson, E. Karaca, D. Studer, B. Thies. Row 4: G. Anderson, J. Brendon, R. Archibald, W. Todd, W. Cater, T. Teigen, J. Halverson, D. Nelson, L. La Sota, E. Holes, D. Hurd. Row 5: D. Youel, R. Dahlman, W. Savage, R. Ziebol, R. Kuffel, M. Goenner, L. Morrison, R. Siegmund, G. Akervik, J. Mence. School Life Ethics Committee: Sitting: R. Ziebol, E. Holes, T. Teigen, W. Savage, R. Siegmund. Standing: D. VVherle. Orientation and Handbook: Sitting: K. Kusserow, R. Kuffel, J. Halverson. Standing: W. Megarry, J. Brenden, L. La Sota, G. Weaver, B. Janssen. School Spirit Committee: Sitting: T. Teigen, C. Millett, G. Anderson, R. Weaver. Standing: V. Dalman, Anderson, L. Morrison, R. J. Brenden, J. Fogo, L. Morrison. f -. Q Transportation and Concession: Front Row: Schutt, G. Anderson, D. Hurd, J. Mence, Row 2: J. Ber strom N. Bartz, V Burton. Row 3: R. Kutfel, D. gl i - Youel, R. Sartell, T. Erickson. 5 Assembly Committee: J. Eiffert, Mr. Bettendorf, M. Wicktor, J. Brenden, S. Fell, R. Dahlman, Miss Bacon, P. Hurd, Mr. Tice. Activities Center Around Student Council Leadership. Student council activities started last summer as the homecoming, orientation and handbook committees began their work. Under the leadership of president, Dick Kuffelg vice- president, Marion Wicktorg secretary, Sandra Adler, treasurer, Bill Savage and the various committee chairmen, they sponsored All Sports Day, Career Day, Religious Emphasis Week, the school carnival, and the variety show. Again working through committees, they super- vised dances, pep fests, charity drives, con- sessions and ethics. A Centennial Committee was formed. Larry Morrison and Tom Teigen, juniors, went to the Governor's Youth Conference in April. Centennial Committee: Sitting: Mr. Delp, Mr. Bettendorf Miss P. Hill Mr. Co le R. Kufiel S. Fell Ways and Means Committee: VV. Savage, L. Morrison, R. Ziebol, J. Fogo. l I y 3 J ' Standing: Miss Bacon, R. Dahlman, M. Wicktor, W. Charity Drives Committee: S. Larson, J. Brenden, D. Megarry, P. Hurd, J. Brenden, Miss Gove. Nelson, L. La Sota, K. Laughlin. Ability, Work, initiative Create Standarcls Set fo Senior Gregg Artists: Front Row: L Kampa, B. Bick, N. Bartz, M. Valerius, B Rausch, M. Long, S. Thiesen, L. Reiter. Row 2: K. Mooney, J. Bergstrom, V Burton, K. Ach, E. Steman, K. Minor, A Crepeau, A. Reed, Miss Almeter. Row 3 M. Madsen, B. Perry, P. Lipinski, J Junnemann, L. Thyen, J. Benoit, A. Rosha S. Maus, M. Skaalerud. Junior Gregg Artists: Front Row: P Schauer, N. Pearson, P. Stueve, E. Steman M. Braidey, T. Spychala, D. Winkels, G Allen, G. Agnew, Miss Seipp. Row 2: R Diernent, J. Denker, S. Hilyard, B. Bracken D. Benning, P. Berg, C. Bick, J. Gasser, A Johnstone, L. Schutt. Row 3: J. Schuldt D. Kirfmeyer, C. Theisen, C. Millett, P Cotten, R. Lipinski, J. Jensen, P. Webber C. Schmitt, P. Thiesse, D. Notch. Quill and Scroll Members: Front Row: A. Hamilton, A. Gallagher, J. Fogo. B. Thies, D. Baker. Row 2: M La Sota, C. Braun, J. Vandell, M. Wicktor, J. Eiffert, S. Adler. Row 3: J. Lampv, L. La Sota, D. Nelson, E. Holes L Tessari D. Campbell, P. Blaske. Row 4: W. Megarry, F. Slobetz, G. Way, K. Kusserow. Honorary Organizations. Samples of shorthand students' work are sent into judges who grade the quality of the workmanship and decide if the student is elegible for membership in Junior or Senior Gregg Artists. In order to qualify for Quill and Scroll, prospective members must have had a specified number of inches of their material printed. Members of the Junior Academy of Science I have entered projects in the annual science fairs. Character, leadership, scholarship and service are the traits necessary for NHS members. fi i W Junior Academy of Science Members: Front Row: T. Dock, M. La Sota, M. Krolzek, A. Gallagher. Row 2: J. Vandell, M. Hobbs, D. Nelson, D. Youel, A. Reed. Row 3: Miss Mulrean, S. Dalman, F. Slobetz, L. Nesser. NHS Officers: L. La Sota, secretary: G. Anderson, president: Mr. Herda, adviser: J. Mence, treasurer: J. Fogo, vice-president. NHS Members: Front Row: D. Nelson, N. Bartz, S. Adler, R. VVeaver, J. Eiflert, J. Vandell, E. Holes, M. XYic-ktor, K. Kusserow. Row 2: G. Reuhle, M. Krolzek, FI. Karaca, M. Long, B. Janssen, M. Yalerius, M. Canfield, P. Gardner, T. Dock. Row S: G. Anderson, R. Hurd, VV. Megarry, E. Hay, L. Drayton, A. Reed, J. Fogo, P. Hurd, M. VVeis, A. Gallagher, A. Hamilton, P. Brinkman. Row 4: D. Schutt, L. La Sota, C. Millett, G. Anderson, M. La Sota, M. Milhaupt, K. Chirhart, R. Kurtzman, B. DesMarais, J. Lampy, R. Lietha, M. Lindley, F. Slobetz. Row 5: D. Youel, J. Halvorson, W. Savage, S. Dallman, R. Ziebol, T. Weismann, J. Banwell, J. Mence, L. Pallansch, D. Shroeder, D. Weis, L. Morrison, R. Kuffel, J. Brenden, R. Anderson. Technicana Staff: Front Row: C. Vanderlee, A. Hamilton, L.Berger, A. Gallagher, B. Thies, P. Maher. Row 2: D. Lacher, R. Heins, S. Fell, P. Fritz, P. Johnson, M. Milhaupt, J. Tourand. Row 3: Miss O'Rourk, K. Nielson, J. Anderson, P. Hall, T. Erickson. Edited by a junior English class, The Scribes, The Technicana is a literary magazine contain ing original work of students. Under the editorship of Bill Megarry, Tech's newspaper, The Tech, was rated All-American by the National Scholastic Press Association Elizabeth Holes, editor of the yearbook, The Techoes, co-ordinated the work of copy, picture, business, and art editors and photographers to achieve the finished product. The Board of Publications selects the annual and newspaper staffs. An adviser to the Tech and the Techoes Mr Nelson is always busy Tech Staff: Front Row: D. Baker, P. Mendel, J. Fogo, W. Megarry, S. Adler, B. Des Marais C. Braun. Row 2: N. Bartz, S. Brainard, J. Lampy, M. Stellmach. Row 3: F. Slobetz, G Way, P. Thurston, F. Reichensperger. Board of Publications: Front Row: Mr. Leigh, C. Millett, M. Milhaupt Miss O'Rourke, E. Adler, E. Holes. Row 2: W. Megarry, Mr. Nelson, R Perrin. Publications Present News, Literature, Year's Story Techoes staff members K. Kusserow, E. Holes, J. Vandell, F. Reichensperger, L. La Sota, K. Zniewski and J. Derr admire the cover designed by art editor, J, Eiffert. Techoes Staff: Front Row K. Kusse-row, E. Holes, .I Yanrlell. Row 2: J. Derr L. La Sota, K. Zniewski, J Eiffert, F. Reichenspergf-r. Choristers Display Talent as Voices Unite in Song Girls' Glee Club Members: Front Row: A. Shay, S. Urquhart, K. Linnell, M Braiedy, C. Adelman. Row 2: C. Hansen, L. Schutt, S. Victor, P. Webber, B. Kimball N. Strommer. Row 3: B. Folsom, B. Elmquist, S. Skjod. K. Graham, J, Brenden J. Buelow. Regular practice kept the mixed chorus in top concert form. .al Mixed Chorus Members: Front Row: A. Crepeau K. Zniewski, J. Eiffert. Row 2: G. Anderson, M Milhaupt, S. Maus, L. Tessari. Row 3: C. Van Nostrand S. Fell, C. Buelow, P. Johnson. Row 4: K. Nielsen, D Schutt, R. Kind, W. Savage, R. Sadlowksy, R. Ziebol PP Sophomore Mixed Chorus Members: Front Row: M. Tenglmlad. H. Tank, li. M1-irll,C'.Sehmi1z. l". Grant, Y Dalman, Ii. Knutson, K. Wigton, K. Folsom. J. Pike, .I. lfessenden, Mr. Dahl. Row 2: .l. Puhl, .I. Beumer, .I. White L. Stark, L. De-Cent, Hartmann, R. Fillman. Y. Zeller, S. Larson, .I. Schumann, D. liruhn, M. liiendara, li. Peel, W. Todd Row 3: T. Linnell, D. Rhoda, L. Knalfa, B. Mattson, Y. Snyder, N. Pow-lson, K. liud, K. Zimmerman, D. liepulski, S Davidson, C. Emery, L. Eitiert, D. Perrin, A. llomstad, M. Goenner. Row 4: S. Larson, D. Anderson, T. Nelson, K Gustafson, D. Dagget, R. Riggs, H. Peterson, J, Wilson, K. Laughlin. C. Brewer, W. Jussila, N. Neils, C. Stellmaeh, P Henning, K. Rau, J. Knutson. Participating in the Christmas concert, a Sunday afternoon concert and the spring formal Always werkmf-I fer ' perfection, Mr. Ames Dahl directs the mixed choruses and the Girls' concert were the sophomore mixed chorus, the Girls' Glee Club and the Mixed Chorus, under the direction of Mr. Ames Dahl. G14-.1 Club, The Girls' Glee Club is made up of junior girls and the Mixed Chorus is composed of iuniors and seniors who have proved their singing ability through try outs. The Mixed Chorus performed at St. Louis Park and presented an exchange concert at Cathedral. This group received an "A" in the district music contest. Front Row: M. Wicktor, A. Reed, L. Berger, J. Dyson, M. Long, .l. Patterson. Y. Albers, P. Beltz, T. Dock, Mr. Dahl Row 2: C. Vanderlee, M. Krolzek, E. Hay, K. Anderson, .l. Yandell, H. Bracken, A. Hamilton, L. Drayton, B. Britton Row 3: G. Burrows, D. Nelson, C. Millett, R. Tipson, D. W'estrom, K. Boethin, L. lloehl, Ii. Des Marais, E. Holes, S Brainard. Row 4: R. Perrin, G. Skewes, .I. Ms-nee, J. Banwell, D. Youel, B. Opheim, .I. Gallagher, S. Merchant, D. Lund T. Weismann, D. Weis, M. Mclilhone, D. Mesenburg, G. Akervili. Band Has Busy Year of Concerts, Parades, Trips. . ,I Looking over a music score before deciding if the band should play it is Mr. Hertz, band director. Pep Band Members: Front Row: D. Lund, L. Sundby, D. Bruhn M. Megarry, K. Folsom. Row 2: D. Dagget, R. Riggs, R. Peterson, G Skewes, S. Merchant, K. Wigton. ' W' TZ 'f Q , 7 is ,E 3 5 2,2 Spelling Tech in big capital letters are Hag swingers N. Strommer, J. White, P. Henning and K. Linnell. A trip to Duluth, Two Harbors and the iron range climaxed a busy year for Tech's band. The group reflected the spirit of Tech as they stepped high through marching routines in parades and at football games. As a marching unit they participated in the University of Minnesota's annual High School Band Day and the Minneapolis Centennial Parade. For pep fests and basketball games they became a pep band. As a concert band they took part in the Christmas, Sunday afternoon and spring concerts. Leading Tech's marching band were drum major G Way and majorettes M. Sogard, K. Wigton and A Hamilton. Band Members: Front Row: K. Bayley, R. Frank, G. Walker, M. Tengblad, B Tank, M. Minor, C. Vanderlee, A. Hamilton. Row 2: J. White, P. Blaske, K. Folsom P. Henning, M. La Sota, K. Linnell, M. Sogard P. Beltz G. Way, L. Meyer J. Pike S. Hilyard, D. Anderson, R. Dingmann, N. Neil,s, T. O'Dbnnell. Row 3: C,. Emery, S. Larson, B. Sherer, L. Drayton, L. La Sota, D. Olson, A. Olson, B. Elmquist, R Seanger, J. Jansky, D. Burrows, P. Maher, C. Kloeppner, L. Tessari, D. Rhoda, R Keeney, H. Sabrowsky, R. Riggs, L. Misenko, S. Merchant. Row 4: G. Doeden, T Nelson, D. Lund, K. Wigton, R. Knutson, C. Wright, E. Rohloif, Mr. Hertz, R Anderson, G. Skewes, D. Bruhn, J. Frampton, K. Redding, M. Megarry, R. Kurtzman 16. Knafla, B. Opheim, C. Hansen, L. Sundby, D. Nelson, R. Peterson, S. Tennison, D agget. . Groups Become Symbols of Hard Work, Service. Debate Members: Front Row: S. Larson, F. Grant, K. Wigton,T.Dock. Row 2: L. La Sota, M. La Sota, N. Powelson, S. Davidson, D. Perrin. Row3: Mr. Loge, R. Nolan, K. Lewis, K. Laughlin, D. Nelson, J. Denchfield, D. Schutt, D. Nelson. IA Junior Red Cross Members: Front Row: P. Beltz, M. Kothmann, C. Adelman, N. Bartz, D. Baker, M. Canfield B. Rausch, P. Gardner, K. Bayley, M. Sogard. Row 2: Miss P. Hill, A. Gallagher, L. Meemken, S. Callahan, B. Janssen M. Schmidt, N. Pearson, F. Grant, S. Perry, P. Maher, M. Kaupp, E. Steman. Row 3: C. Wright, S. Davidson, D Perrin, B. Thies, S. Urquhart, J. Perry, D. Gohman, C. Hansen, S. Hilyard, K. Quigley, S. Larson, FI. Adler. Rowli ' " ' ' ' '1 " .Victor M. Milhaupt, D. Campbell, B. Hollman, L. Tessari, M. Stellmach, B. Des Marais, J. Gohmann, J. Biendara, S , Archibald, E. Steman, N. Powelson, K. Zimmerman. Row 5: G. Way, S. Voigt, R. Heins, K. Laughlin, C. Buelow, J Denchfield, R. Kurtzman, K. Wittmayer, D. Rhoda, P. Blaske, R. Faust, P. Strand. Q5 "5 .ws Discussion Members: Front Row: K. O'Link, J. Derr, M. Kothmann. Row 2: S. Adler, A. Homstad, E. Hay, C. Schmitz. Row 3: .I. Kochendorfer, L. Hoehl, C. Braun, M. Worthington, D. Anderson. Row 4: F. Slobetz, J. Knutson, G. Way. "How can Minnesota best tax its citizens?" was this year's discussion topic. John Kochendorfer and Ann Homstad, sophomores, rated superior in the regional discussion event. John was selected to participate in the state contest in March. The promoting of international good will and understanding is the aim of the International Relations Club. Open to all students who have studied a foreign language, the group featured a study of the United Nations and writing to Negative and afiirmative evidence was col- lected by Tech debaters for the resolution, "That direct United States economic aid to individual countries should be limited to technical assistance and disaster relief. The team took several out of town trips. Projects carried out by the Junior Red Cross were an enrollment drive, parties at the St. Cloud Children's Home and the making of centerpieces for the Veteran's Administration at Christmas. Other projects helped them pen pals. raise money for gift boxes. International Relations Club Members: Front Row: E. Karaca, M. Schmidt, P. Maher, M. Biendara, M. Paupp, C. Stark, P. Beltz, M. Canfield, D. Baker, J. Kochendorfer, Mr. Zeyher. Row 2: Miss Klein, V. Stein, K. Quigley, A Gallagher, B. Thies, J. Derr, S. Callahan, B. Janssen, F. Grant, S. Perry, A. Shay, D. Rhoda. Row 3: C. Stellmach, K. Laughlin, M. Weis, D. Repulski, J. Erickson, N. Lewis, B. Oberg, E. Adler, D. Perrin, S. Larson, K. O'Link, C. Schmitz, R. Heins, S. Fell. Row 4: J. Halvorson, K. Rau, V. Burton, S. Victor, N. Strommer, E. Hay, K. Ach, G. Ruehle, J Eiffert, C. Buelow, J. Biendara, A. Hamilton, P. Hurd, R. Lietha, K. Wittmayer, R. Kuffel. Row 5: F. Slobetz, C. Knutson, L. Hoehl, P. Blaske, K. Kusserow, D. Campbell, L. La Sota, L. Tessari, M. Lindley, M. Milhaupt, M. La Sota C. Vanderlee, J. Bergstrom, M. Edgerly. F. H. A. Members: Front Row: J. Feigum, J. Lamprecht, V. Dalman, S. Fahnhorst, K. Bayley. Row 2: S. James, J. Potter, M. Braiedy, D. Gohman, R. Fillman, K. Schramel. Row 3: D. Westberg, A. Rosha, J. Erickson, Je. McComb, Jo. McComb, V. Prudhon, Y. Johnson, J. Hartmann, Miss Malmsten. Row 4: J. Beulow, P. Johnson, G. Gohman, B. Kimball, L. Grams, B. Mattson, V. Snyder, J. Gohmann. As F. H. A. members these girls frequently served at banquets. F. F. A. Members: . is A Front Row: E. Keppers, L. Milner, R. Smith, N. Fiereck, A. Eiynck, K. Kierzek, D. Rosha. Row 2: R. Landowski, E. Thul, D. Loehrer, E. Eiynck, E. Fiereck, J. Goenner, D. Weis. Row 3: D. Yaeger, Phillipi, J. Lehnen, D. Milner, R. Gohman, G. Wipper, D. Steinhaus, Mr. O'Connell. Row 4: T. Willard, P. Schoborg D. Fenlason, J. Yurcyzk G. Lipinski, D. Merdan L . W a k e m a n , Kraemer. Clubs Aid in Planning for Future, "To make daily living more meaningful and satisfactory" is the purpose of the Future Homemakers of America. Closely related to class Work, the Future Farmers of America is a national organization for farm boys studying agriculture. Headed by Mr. Hutchens, adviser, and Fred Lucius, president, the Minnesota Diversified Vocation Club sponsors an annual dinner for their employers. Associated with Future Teachers of America, Teachers Needed Tomorrow provides a scholar- ship for someone going into teaching. 34'- if 1 49' S M. D. V. C. Members: Front Row: S. Parsons, R. Genrich, D. Schwartz, D. Rieland. Row 2: C. McManus, E. Hartmann, J. Surma, D. Albers, E. Beumer. Row 3: R. Fruth, D. Jones, P. Studniski, M. Weller, B. Miller, L. Meemken, K. Schaefer, Mr. Hutchens. Row 4: A. Rudolph, C. Notch, F. Scheneker, F. Lucius, T. Ritsche, W. Gohman, A. Christinsen. et Ideals, Standards. L. Burwick and T. O'Donnel1 prepare a fortune tree for the T. N. T. carnival booth. Fred Lucius presided at the M. D. V. C. dinner for employers of students on the part-time program. Also present were Mr. R. C. Miller, director of vocational education, Mr. How- ard Rosenwinkle, state supervisor of the M. D.V. C.g Mr. Warren Hutchens, co-ordinator and Mr. Gene Swinford, repre- senting the employers. T. N. T. Members: Front Row: Y. Johnson, C. Wright, J. Lobb, P. Beltz, L. Burwick. Row 2: B. Larsen, R. Frank, L. Drayton, A. Hamilton, S. Davidson, N. Lewis. Row 3 V. Stein, C. Knutson, K ' VVittmayer, S. Maus, B. Kimball, S. Adler, M. Krolzek. Row 4: Miss Bothen, J Buelow, C. Buelow, T O'Donnell, J. Robinson, J. Denchfield, P. Johnson, K. Rau. X C Clubs Produce Entertainment, Self-Expression. Techoreos: Front Row: A. Hamilton, K. Minor, L. Meyer, P. Beltz, M. Sogard. Row 2: C. Vanderlee, J. Bauer, L. Wolf, J. Robbins, L. Hoehl, S. Brainard. Row 3: glrrrgrose, G. Way, D. Daggett, T. McGarry, C. Scheider, S. Tennison, G. Dominik, . urston. Art Club Members: Front Row: B. Upson, A. Shay, P. Maher, J. Potter, K. Wigton, K. Folsom, S. Theisen, J. Eiffert Row 2: C. Buelow, J. Biendara, A. Gallagher, D. Bruhn, M. Biendara, B. Thies, S. Urquhart, M. Schmidt, C. Brewer Row 3: Mr. Michalski, N. Neils, E. Holes, N. Strommer, S. Victor, P. Hurd, K. Zniewski, J. Vandell, M. Wicktor, A Reed, S. Fell, Mr. Behrens. Row 4: J. Halvorson, F. Eiffert, B. Elmquist, P. Blaske, D. Campbell, L. Tessari, R. Faust P. Strand, M. Milhaupt, P. Webber, M. Madsen. Camera Club Nlembers Front Row S Urquhart M La Sot C Schmltz B Thles Row 2 L WOTthlHgt0H T La Rose S Tennlson K Rud M Mxlhaupt Row 3 F Relchensperger B Wllberg M Hobbs D Nelson Provldlng decoratlons for homecomlng IS the major Job of the art club Also on each years schedule IS a dlnner for old members sponsored by new lnductees Techoreos members find danclng a means of recreatlon and enjoyment A newly organlzed group, the Camera Club brought about an exchange of photography techmques between members Plcture de veloplng was also discussed Wlth the Centenmal year provldlng a new zest for knowledge of Mmnesota hxstory, Gopher Hlstorlans studied the problems, customs and l1fe of Mlnnesotans of one hund red years ago In celebratlon of Mlnnesota s Centen mal Mxss Gove models a costume popular durlng a part of Mmnesota s f1rst one hundred years Gopher HlSt0fl2nS Front Row MISS Bacon R Frank L Hoehl N Mayer M Kothman M1ssG0ve Row2 J Buelovn G Way NI Hobbs F Slobetz J Knutson 9 Nllchal k1 Aquatic Club Presents Best of Broaclway School AqU2tlC Club Front Row N Strommer G Anderson R Lletha D Row2 R Kurtzman K Nelson J Vandell S Larson C Schmltz J Fogo S Perry G Allen Aquatlc Club managers Debble Nelson and Janet Elffert pose before performances of Best of Broadway Tlgerettes Front Row N Nells J Lampy J Halverson K Laughhn M Edgerly R Lletha Row2 K Wlgton D Bruhn K Lmnel L Meemken M Wexs J Bergstrom G Burrows V Burton J Denker K Lxetha B Thles N Bartz . C C D l l Nelson, L. La Sota, J. Lampy: J. Eiffert, J. Brenclen, J. Halrrerson, E. Hay: Spirit, Morale Promoted by Cheerleaders, Pepsters. With "Best of Broadwayn as their theme, the Aquatic Club presented their annual water ballet show. At this time, the new junior manager, Carol Schmitz, was chosen. A dinner and a trip to a college Water show ended the year for this group. Hard work and continuous practice made the Tigerettes a precision group as they provided entertainment and boosted school spirit at games and pep fests. They also performed for the carnival and variety show. With I'OuSil1g yells and peppy I'OL1tlI'1QS, th? Judy Brenden and Carole Millett learn that winter sports are cheerleaders led the crowds at pep fests and fun f00. games in cheering Tech's teams on to victory. Also promoting school spirit was the Pep Club. They put up posters for each game and sold pep shirts and shakers. Cheerleaders Virginia Dalman, Ronni VVeaver, Joyce Fogo, Pep Club: Front Row: B. Thies, S. Urquhart, J. Derr, B, Janssen, Y. Dalman, M. Schmidt, N. Bartz, M. Canfield, D. Baker. Row 2: Miss Hill, R. Frank, R. Perrin, IC. Hay, E. Holes, S. Adler, J. Vandell L. Meemken, J. Fogo, S. Callahan. Row 3: J. Eiffert, J. Bergstrom, D. Nelson, M. Lindley, M. La Sota, L. Tessari, P. Weber, K, Ach, V. Burton, P. Hurd, E. Steman, F. Reiehensperger. Row 4: VV Savage, L. La Sota, C. Millett, R. Kurtzman, W. Megarry, J. Merrill, R. Keeney, B. Mattson, D. Campbell, G. Anderson, J. Biendara, S. Davidson, R. Nolan. Row 5: J. Menee, R. Ziebol, L. Morrison, G. Akervili, I.. Pallanseh, R. Siegmunrl, T. Teigen, R. Messenburg, J. Halverson, S. Fell, J Brenden, R. Weaver, R. Sadlowsky. G. A. A. Members: Front Row: Y. Johnson, R. Fillman, M. Genrich, J. Potter, T. Spychala, L. Fiereck, L. Burwick, S. Theisen, J. Spychala. Row 2: K. Lietha, Di. Goenner, P. McElhone, J. Feldges, P. Notch, S. Hartman, C. Schmitz, M. Weis, L. Eiffert. Row 3: M. Patton, C. Vanderlee, N. Lewis, J. Erickson, B. Mattson, R. Lietha, P. Johnson, J. Schuldt, J. Jansky. Row 4: G. Walker, Da. Goenner, M. Madsen, M. Roda. Lettermen's Club Members: Front Row: K. Schuldt, J. Merrill, R. Siegmund, Ri. Hurd, W. Megarry T. Teigen, R. Anderson, J. Banwell. Row 2: R. DeZurik, T. Swanson, D. Kalscheuer, D. Youel, J Robinson, G. Weihrauch, L. Pallansch, D. Eberhardt, J. Mence. Row 3: D. Talbert, L. Milner, A. Zlehl R. Nolan, R. Ziebol, W. Savage, D. Rossmeisl, G. Akervik. Row 4: Standing: Ro. Hurd, G. Anderson D. Seanger, J. Heuerman, L. Morrison, D. Beumer, R. Perrin, J. Heflen, R. Skewes, T. O'Donnell, R Ahlgren, R. Feia, R. Keeney, R. Plombon. Practice Brings improvement in Technique, Skill. Emphasizing the importance of proper tech- niques and appropriate dress, the Ski Club meets frequently at Powder Ridge Ski Lodge at Kimball for practice during the Winter. The Girls' Athletic Association begins its activities each fall with participation in out- door sports such as soccer and archery. During the Winter, the girls develop skill in badminton, ping-pong, basketball and volleyball. Cold weather doesn't stop this group from enjoying the out-of-doors. Skating and tobogganning parties provide ample opportunity for winter fun. A trip to the Ice Follies was one of the year's highlights. Any boy who is a major letter winner is eligible to be in the Lettermen's Club. Each year members are invited to a dinner sponsored by the athletic department. D. Ryberg assists G. Anderson in making adjustments before proceding down the slope. Ski Club Members: Front Row: A. Gallagher, B. Thies, S. Urquhart, F. Grant, J. Potter, B. Sherer, D. Schwartz. Row 2: L. Tessari, D. Campbell, P. Hurd, S. Victor, P. Blaske, L. Worthington, N. Lewis, S. Davidson. Row 3: D. Lacher, W. Megarry, T. La Rose, J. Nicholson, A. Peterson, K. Rud, B. Hoffman, P. Webber, C. Adelman. Row 4: B. Willberg, D. VVahlin, D. Diedrich, T. Linnell, K. Laughlin, D. Rhoda, K. VVittmayer, D. Dallmann, T. Pattison, T. Teigen, B. DeZurik, A. Boucher. H H if ' fmfww M, t -. 1. ., Sy - 4165 fuk 29? A, if 34 14 A., mn ef Rl, K, Team Play, Higlm Spirits, Student Baclcing, Figured Mr. Don Nylund Head Coach Mr. Bill Frantti Assistant Coach Beginning the season with a loss from Rich- field, the football team went on without a defeat to win the Central Six Conference crown. Every game except homecoming was a definite win. Fans held their breath at the Brainerd game when the final score was a 6 point margin in favor of Tech. Lloyd Pallansch and Ron Siegmund were elected co-captains by their team members. Mr. Don Nylund was head coach with Mr. Bill Frantti assisting. Coach Nylund is hoisted upon the shoulders of jubilant Tigers after gaining the conference crown. Co-captain, Lloyd Pallansch Half Back Co-captain, Ron Siegmu nd Center n Winning Season for Teclm. Important to all victories was the cheering crowd. Here parents and relative-sz of the players root for them. Duane Hennen Guard Utley Kronenberg Tackle ....- , .,.. .., -li -k 'ul-VWVM 0 William Megarry 4 Guard ,Mg ' H1 i l i g . fu, 253 , if 6 Gary Akervik Quarterback James Banwell End Rick Nolan Tackle nl -is 100 Central Six Conference Crown Regained al Roger Plombon Tackle William Savage Quarterback Glen Weihrauch Guard 106 David Rossmeisl Center O . 'X " , W Douglas Youel Tackle Tech probably surprised everyone but them- selves when they defeated one foe after another. The climax came when Aitkin, defending con- ference champs, met a bitter defeat at the hands of the Tigers. Strong school spirit was evident in Tech's student body. This one factor played an important role in the decisive victories scored by the team. The team was ranked ninth in the state by a Minneapolis newspaper. Several players and the coach was named to the Prep Parade's team of the week. Ron Siegmund was named to the All-State team. As a symbol of the championship, each team member received a golden minature football. L. Pallansch runs for a short gain before being tackled by his opponent. by Triumphant Tigers! Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Scores 20 0 13 0 6 6 6 Richfield St. J ohn's Brainerd Crosby-Ironton Duluth Little Falls Aitkin 'vi Ronald Ziebol Arthur Ziehl End Guard The Tech Central Six Conference Champs Include: Front Row: D. Rossmeisl, J. Banwell, B. Savage, R. Ziebol, R. Nolan, G. Weihrauch, L. Pallansch, R. Siegmund, A. Ziehl, D. Youel, R. Plombon, D. Eberhardt. Row 2: Coach Don Nylund, B. Megarry, J. Sevde, D. Heaton, L. Wolf, H. Carlson, U. Kronenberg, G. Skewes, R. Archibald, W. Fisher, J. Heflen, P. Hall, G. Akervik, D. Perrin, Coach Bill Frantti. Row 3: D. Hennen, D. Talbert, J. Merrill, D. Lacher, D. Kalschuerer, T. Swanson, J. Wilson, D. Johnson, S. Larson, B. DeZurik, L. Milner, L. Knafla, N. Hill. Pictured in Front are: Managers G. Anderson and K. Chirhart. sip, we f Mr. Kasch proudly inspects the runner-up trophy which Tech won in District 19 play. 1 ground. Finish as District 19 Runner-up. Scores Tech 24 Holdingford Tech 39 Mahtomedi Tech 56 Aitkin Tech 79 Brainerd Tech 31 Sauk Rapids Tech 52 Little Falls Tech 45 Albany Tech 52 Staples Tech 55 Crosby-Ironton Tech 67 Foley Tech 50 Aitkin Tech 60 Brainerd Tech 51 Little Falls Tech 44 Osakis Tech 56 Crosby-Ironton Tech 51 Kimball Tech 33 Maple Lake Tech 53 Buffalo Tech 51 Royalton Tech 33 Holdingford Tech 52 Litchfield Excited and happy fans rush out to congratulate- their ti-am after a win in the district play. B. Savage trys to retain the ball. J. Banw ell is in the back Ron Siegmund Co-captain Guard Lloyd Pallansch Co-captain Guard Practice, Challc Tallcs Helps T2Cl'l.S A, B Teams Play James Mence Bill Savage Ronald Ziebol Forward Forward Guard R. Siegmund adds 2 points to the Tigers' score during tense moments of tournament play. J. Mence and R. Anderson are in the background. High point man, J. Mence, is congratulated by his team mates following the Brainerd upset. Their Best. Besides the first team, Tech has a B team which plays for the purpose of gaining enough skilland experience to earn a position on the A team. They are coached by Mr. Don Nylund, who also assists the A team. Preceding each A game, Tech's B squad meets the opponents B team for a full length game. They receive the cheers and the backing of the school basketball fans. The team ended the season with a record of 13 wins and 3 losses. B Team Scores Tech Holdingford Tech Aitkin Tech Brainerd Tech Sauk Rapids Tech Crosby-Ironton Tech Brainerd Tech Little Falls Tech Little Falls Tech Albany Tech Staples Tech FQIQY ' A e s o es on '- wh'Ie 'i so Tech Alfkm ,i1..ll.i1'1iEl...25.,....,..?laF up ' J' W I 'I Tech Staples Tech Royalton Tech Crosby-Ironton Tech Litchfield B Team Members Include: Front Row: T. Teigen, J. Wilson, D. Wehrle, G. Skewes, D. Perrin. Row 2: Coach Mr. Nylund, Manager J. Bartell, R. Ri r . . ' ' ' ggs, I Gilmer, L. Knafla, Manager J. Halxerson. 2 icemen Lacie Experience, Frantti Finishes his Third Tech's icemen were plagued by inexperience and unfavorable ice conditions in their try for hockey recognition. The team was largely made up of underclass men with only three sen- iors on the team. Letterman, K. Schuldt, guard- ed the nets While returning lettermen, C. Wildes, G. Janorschke, and S. Miller backed the team With their previous experience. One of the hardest games to lose was the All Sports Day clash with St. John's Preps. Tech suffered the defeat when the puck bounced off of Ron Hurd's stick and into the Johnny net. Final team records included 3 wins and 9 losses. X in Mr. William Frantti Coach Clyde Wildes Team Members Include: Front Row: C. Wildes, L. Wolff, T. Swanson, Captain. Defense K. Schuldt, S. Miller, B. DeZurik. Row 2: Manager, D. Burrows, G. Janorschke, T. Torand, W. Carlson, R. Keeney, D. Seanger, R. Feia, Coach, Mr. W. Frantti. Year as Tech Hockey Coach. Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech Tech 3 St. Paul Wilson 9 Cretin 3 Hopkins 1 Minnehaha Academy Scores 7 Anoka 2 10 Minnehaha Academy Kevin Sqhuldr Goalie 4 Moundsview 4 Mahtomedi 3 St. Paul Wilson 1 St. Johns CAll Sport's Dayj 1 Elk River 3 Detroit Lakes CSub Regiony Glen Janorschke Sylvester Miller Wing Center T. Swanson fnumber 45 moves in to regain possession of the 1 , puck. The action is excitin durin an after- A A I s g noon game on the Lake George rink. Qz mer P 1 1, A .- 'V "- ,',vff , K: W ' ' ' ' fa wsrfi?n.f,w.e.' 1 ' f 113 The wrestling squad includes: Front Row: B. Merrill, D. Wallack, J. Merrill, D. Jones, D. Klug, M. Megarry. Row 2: Coach, Mr. J. Kiilmeyer, D. Talbert, D. Schrom, D. Kalscheuer, G. Weihrauch, L. Milner, D. Beumer, and A. Ziehl. Wrestlers Named District, Central Six Champs, D. Wallack locks his opponent. The wrestling team of 1958 includes in its membership the only state champion wrestler ever named from Tech. Glen Weihrauch won first place in his Weight class in the state tourna- ments. He defeated the boy who forced him into second place in the state last year. Another senior, Don Beumer, went undefeated as far as the regionals. Besides the efforts of these boys, the team had a very successful season. They were named Central Six Conference champs as well as district champs. The team ended the season with a record of 9 wins and 3 losses. Mr. James Kiffmeyer Coach Weihrauch First Scores Tech 40 5 Tech 39 15 Tech 40 5 Tech 20 21 Tech 20 22 Tech 30 10 Tech 14 34 Tech 39 15 Tech 27 16 Tech 40 5 Tech 29 16 Tech 27 16 Tech 365 Opp. 180 Ever to Cokato St. Johns Princeton Brainerd Litchfield Willmar Anoka Foley Mound Buffalo Crosby-Ironton Litchfield CAII Sports' Dayj Mr. Frantti interviews Glen Weihrauch who just returned from the state tournaments. Win State. Joseph Robinson Donald Beu mer Glen Weihrauch 0 Veteran Baseball Team Cpens Season on April 24 Choppy " Crose Coach Opening witha 9-2 win over Holdingford, the baseball team began a hopeful season. Coach "Choppy" Crose has a veteran team, many of whom played summer ball in the small town leagues. Dick Hurd and Lloyd Pallansch were elected co-captains of the team. They and four other seniors compromise the core of the team. Several juniors are also with the team again this year. Before school is out in the spring the team will have played the bulk of their scheduled games. Gary Akervik Richard Hurd Outfielder Co-captain Third Base Team mates rush out to congratulate R. Siegmund who just knocked the first homer of the season. Lloyd Pallansch Co-captain Shortstop Coach Luclcemeyer uses Year to Build Traclc Team. i .nfl This years track team lacks experienced boys. Coach Luckemeyer is going to use the year to build his team. Jim Mence and Bill Savage have been high- point men so far this year. The St. John's Invitational is one of the most important meets of the year since it includes teams not only from Minnesota but also from neighboring states. Each year it has grown in size and this year it is expected to surpass all previous records. D. Perrin strains at the weight of the shot which he is preparing to heave. -,',,,,an'--Q, 1' "35l J. Mence clears the five foot mark in a practice session at Selke Field. Track Team Members Include: Front Row: J. Wilson, D. Wehrle, D. Talbert, D. Daniels, D. Heaton, J. Heflen, D. Perrin, D. Ophoven. Row 2: L. Pielantz, L. Wolff, R. Dahlman, P. Hall, A. Ziehl, J. Mence, R. Ziebol, B. Savage, J. Banwell, R. Lewis, L. Opatz. Row 3: Mr. Klein, Mr. Mendenhall, Mr. Lukemeyer, G. Bartlett, P. Palmgren, J. Perley, L. Knafia, J. Puhl, L. Brule, C. Stark, J. Smith, B. Merrill. Mr. A. Luckemeyer Track Coach Mr. Luckemeyer demonstrates the starting position to L. Pielantz, J. Wilson, and D. Heaton. Tennis Team Loolcs Good in First Matches of Season. The tennis team is unique in that it doesn't have regular practice sessions. Members are expected to practice by themselves in their spare moments and then they practice together before a match. This years team includes Ergun Karaca, foreign exchange student from Turkey. In the first matches of the season the team dis- played promising talent. Bill Megarry, Bob Anderson and Tom Teigen are the top three men at this time. Members Include: Front Row: C. Emery, M. Megarry, E. Karaca, D. Klug, M. Rieder, W. Megarry, D. Olson. Row 2: Mr. M. Doane, D. Negaard, R. Lacher, W. Cater, T. Teigen, J. Betzold, G. Skewes, R. Anderson. FW i s -1 ,gg as K - if . "ek . 2 f 'Q my . ,nga vm., ,MTN .W ,.'7.Jsfw-fvwlvnAff?-sw-ff:M V Y Nw xi -- ,M ,. f ' 1?-N mwfii W, Q , ,. M N-MJ?-agj V 1. ,gg , f--lm 'AU 6 D as Q., a P" be-'Q' The Homecoming royal court and escorts include: R.Siegmund, R. Weaver, B. Savage, J. Eitfert, G. Weihrauch, lgl. Wiclgor, R. Ziebol, M. Canfield, J. Sevde, R. Plombon, '57 Queen, C. Millett, '56 Queen, M. Cairns, L. allansc . Homecoming Royalty nnounced at Coronation To the soft strains of the organ homecoming queen candidates, all dressed in white formals, entered the auditorium and presented them- selves at the throne of Mary Cairns, '56 Queen. Football co-captains, Ron Siegmund and Lloyd Pallansch opened the White envelope containing the name of the new queen. Then came the breathless silence as they Walked slowly past the line of candidates before finally singling Carole Millett out to receive the crown, and to become the 1957 Homecoming Queen. Princess Marion VVicktor Princess Ronni VVeaver At Left: Queen Carole Millett Princess Margaret Canfield Princess Janet Eiifert 1 ,af 1 5. ' A, M9 t-Q , , 'fl Qi? - v K ik fe 5.25 , Q 1 W 'H gi +A 4' . fi , if Q gs A Q Q L it f f Q wi Fw ? 5' .gig X X5 , ,A my . 52,5535 s vi f Q55 A W xy J 2, lv' Uh-4' N15-1 +w':'fa Street Dance, Pepfest and A Reed J Vandell E Holes K Zmewskl and C Braun dxsplay school sprrlt IH the Homecommg parade Parade Begun Festlvltles Under the chalrmanshlp of Student Councll VICE presldent Marlon W1CktOT Homecommg plans began early last spring Commlttees worked hard all summer and rlght up to the tlme of Homecommg Events mcluded a street dance pepfest coronatlon assembly parade game dance and alumm tea The slogan T1gersTr1umph was dlsplayed on the predomlnantly black pm deslgned by Faeth Elffert Larry MOFPISOH and Rlchard Lacher served as masters of ceremonles at the street dance They lI1t9I'Vl6W8d each of the queen candldates the football team members and the coaches A pepfest Wlth the cheerleaders and several football players leadmg cheers followed The Homecommg parade conslstmg of the Queen and prmcesses rldmg ln shmv converubles five float the band and gayly decorated cars mox es down St Germam 79 l I I I I ' - 9 1 7 ! 7 Y Y 7 7 ' KK ' ' Y! ' I Y .V I 7 . , . , . ., . . , . ' ' . : ' I s s U ,:, ' S, , . . 3, , A. I - ,V ' -tg Q Q... ' , 1. ,, al v ff , , .., Q' 1 A. 79,4 , rt Club Prepares All Decorations for Homecoming. A. Gallagher proudly displays Tuffy the Tiger. She painted him for the Home- coming display on Techs front lawn. When the general homecoming committee decided on "Fascination" as the theme for the semi-formal dance, Art Club members began plans for appropriate decorations. Pink and white crepe paper formed the drop ceiling and was also twisted on the Walls. Shades of grey with accents of pink were used on the murals which were displayed on the north and south walls of the auditorium. The designs featured couples dancing in the moonlight around sparkling fountains. Sparkle dust spelled out the theme. Members of the club spent several weeks of preparation and one entire day to decorate the auditorium. J. Hetiin pulls a Ranger to the turf as B. Savage closes in during the Homecoming classic. ,..i f K' W wf ge' fbx., gg : kv A Vi an N- N, '3- gf 1 A img X, ,lf W, , Q51 ' N' fl m ' Asfw .KK fig Y , W Q 'M fr . 1 kigfaigigrf fi' .54,lw1l'K. . 2 J F2323 'Q Z, fi-if j N 'Swain L eff ' wiv Rf fi Q , QW? gm, 5 J' .222 kg , g . 3 423 1 x n' sr' IM fr .Q r lv f Ira. x I H .nw + 1 .vii ff, HX , x 1 K J 4' . 5, sw 'le ' "H :F King, Queen, Attendents Reign The All Sports Day afternoon assembly featured the Coronation of the All Sports Day royalty. Joyce Fogo and Jim Mence were chosen by their classmates as queen and king of the festivities. Wrestling matches, a hockey game, and two basketball games provided the athletic competition. Dinner and recreation were made available for students who chose to remain at school all day. A slack dance in the north auditorium climaxed the days events. At Left: King Jim Mence and Queen Joyce Fogo. Sandra Adler Bill Savage Gary Anderson Margaret Canfield Ronni Weaver Ron Siegmund T7 Lloyd Pallnnsch Janet Eiffert The All Sports Day royal court, outfitted in ski apparel, poses on the "snowy" ground, surrounrle-cl by frosty evergreens and sparkling snowflakes. Front Row: M. Canfield, S. Adler, R. VVeax'er, J. Flitiert. Row 2: H. Siegmund, B. Savage, P. Brenden, M. Schmidt, G. Anderson, L. Pallansch. Row 3: J. Slence. J. Fogo. over Winter Sports x -, s uf" bl 'ifluis 'Q 11 R . xg 'U 'txkw , + 43 Y 1 P, ve Li, Wrestling, Hoclcey, Basketball Spotlighted on ASD. Tech's im-men battle over the puck on the Lake George ice. The team plavefl St. J0hn's Preps. R. Faust and J. Cossette talk over the days events. Dinner in the cafeteria was provided for students and teams of Tech and Visiting schools. D. Baker and R. Siegmund enjoy themselves at the All Sports Day danee which followed the basketball game. Charity Drives, Sicits and Panels Boost School Spirit. 'Q-pf s..an m J. Banwell trys to steal R. Siegmund's girl friend named Victory, alias L. Pallansch. R.Hurd, J. Mence, R.Anderson, l and B. Savage are the "wheels". N R. Nelson as Santa Claus campaigns for funds for the Christmas seal drive. All of the money that was collected was used for the fight against Tuberculosis. R. Keeney, E. Karaca, E. Hay, H. Schwarz- bauer, and G. Way present their version of a Court of Confusion. f' iqi Q vi ,gua- Contests, Special Days, Careers, lnterest Many, J. Mence and R. Kutfel congratu- late Mr. H. B. Gough on his appreciation day. J. Kochendorfer, F. Slobetz, and E. Hay talk over the state speech contest which they attended. Frank won a superior rating and John received an excellent. Elizabeth was an alternate. P. Cotten consults a representative from one of the commercial airlines during Career Day sessions. Religious Emphasis Week was climaxed by church services in three city churches. Lutherans are pictured as they leave the church and return to school. Techites Display Talent in Plays, Variety Shows. B. Janssen trys in vain to stop ll. Nelson B. Megarry shoots a family portrait which includes: B. Janssen, J. from injuring her boyfriend, G. Way, in Biendara, and F. Slohetz. the senior class play. The observance of H. B. Gough Appreciation Day was one of the highlights of the year as far as special observances were concerned. Honor was paid to Mr. Gough for his 50 years of service to education. Frank Slobetz received a superior rating in the state speech contest. His entry was in the field of original oratory. Presentation of the senior class play, "The Moon's Still Yellowi' was given in the fall. This was one of the three plays given through- out the year. Career Day gave many of the students at Tech an opportunity to learn more about vocations which they planned to pursue after graduation. A speaker was secured and each student attended three sessions of his choice. Members of the Christmas play include: E. Karaca, K. Kusserow, K. Chirhart, R. liar-her, D. VV:-her. D. Schutt, I.. Kuusinen, C. Emery, and ID. Daggett. V . Z K. VVigton displays her dancing talents at the annual variety show. Proceeds of the show go toward the expenses of Tech's AFS student. Sadie Hawlcins Day, Aquatic Club Show and Faculty B. Savage and S. Callahan, dressed in matching su-eaters, sit it out during the All Sports Day slack dance. The Student Council sponsors many of the dances held throughout the school year. Many of them feature novel themes and ideas. Students take the responsibility of selling and taking tickets and faculty members chaperone. All proceeds go to the club or organization sponsoring the dance. Almost every Friday morning an assembly is held in the north auditorium. Pep fests, honor assemblies, educational lectures, and university programs constitute the type of entertainment displayed. "You chased me until l got you", claims L. Palllansch. He and G, Burrows attended the Sadie Hawkins Day dance as a caye man and woman. M. Goenner and E. Adler brush up on their rock 'n roll at one of the many informal Friday night dances. D Shervyood VSJON di t Jockey di tributes tree records at the record hop Talent Display Anticipated Events in Early Spring. C. Schmitz receives a small showboat from Miss Lovold after being chosen junior manager of the Aquatic Club. Dressed in pink hats and white gloves, J. Lampy, L. LaSota, S. Larson, K. Nelson, G. Anderson, J. Halverson, J. Vandell, and C. Schmitz swim to the strains of "Wundebar" The "syncronized" faculty chorus line includes: Mr. Sorci, Mr. Bettendorf, Miss Lovold, Miss P. Hill, Mrs. Kuiper, Mr. Loge, Mr. Nelson, and Mr. Sell Right out of dogpatch are N. Strommer, S. Larson, and J. Fogo. 7 IJ. Goenne-r is prettivd up hy V. Ze-llvr at thc- sophomore chorus' make-up booth A R1-od se-rw-s as the harkvr for Lhv Art Clubs rat raw. M. Kothmann and M. Wir-ktor are Y' NW --. W W P. Gottwalt, R. Gerads, and R. VVic-kv buy cotton candy from the C'0ttUI'l candy man. Novelties, Concessions, Unique rat handlers rnote M. VVic'ktor's protvctivv kid gloves a. ...Mu vig. , -' I.. VVOITY pitche-s a fast hall as he trys to break ', a record at the- rs-c-orfl throw. Mr. Dahl, ' ' advise-r, watc-he-s intvnsvly to sw if hv can do it. A. Lietha, M. Edgerly, K. Laughlin, J. Halverson, N. Neils, and J. Lampy gracefully portray autumn in a modern dance number of the Tigerettes show. Booths Popular at Money-Making All School Carnival. The one event during the year, which is held to make money for all of the clubs in school, is the All-School Carnival. Each club must make three posters that advertise the carnival. Booths are constructed by the carpentry classes and club members decorate them. Tickets are sold at the door and they serve as money for all of the events. Following the carnival, tickets are refunded for money and forwarded to the club's treasury. The dunk 'em booth, pitch a pie, and record throw were among the most popular events. A rat race was an added attraction this year. The carnival brings students from schools through- out the city as well as parents and teachers. W. Gohman wonders if B. Mattson is the shot she's cracked up to be. R. Weaver sells novelties from Pep Club's booth to some younger students from grade schools in the city. Personnel Helps to Carry out Special Services. Students who have free study periods are given the opportunity to deliver messages from the oflice. Students also run the study halls. This project is a result of a student council idea. They feel that students listen to their fellow l Office messengers include: Standing R. Nelson, L. Pallansch, R. Siegmund, R Hurd, G. Anderson, S. Callahan. Seated Q. Kobienia, G. Mockenhaupt, R. Frank, P. Hurd, and P. Mendel. Part of the bus patrol includes: R. Smith, S. Mariey, L. Wakeman. classmates more readily than a teacher and will accept their discipline better. Many Tech students help in other depart- ments. The library, bus patrol, and hall patrol are included in this system. The actual purpose of the whole plan is to stimulate student government and disipline in order to make Tech a more democratically run schoolweone which people enjoy being a part of. l Study hall monitors include: Seated: J. Robinson, D Warner, C. Braun, C. Theisen, D. Jones, P. Berg, J. Johnson, E. Panno L. Pallansch. Standing: J. Heflin, J. Biendara, L. Fiereck, J. Jenson, P. Schauer, S. Urquart, J. Denker, J. Derr, D. Schutt, R. Plombon. Hallmonitorsinclude: Seated: R. Sauer,H.Bieleje-ski, N. Bartz, M. Stellmach, R. Nolan. Standing: P. Proctor, B. Savage, J. Merrill, D. Talbert, U. Kronenbcrg, and D. Lewis. l A. Reed consults Mr. Morrison regarding' an absence slip. D. Nieters and A. Schroeder wait for Miss Storving to check their library books. Miss Johnson, the school nurse, examines J. Lamprecht and S. Henkel who have returned to school following an illness. What shall I do when I finish school? This question is frequent among seniors. Here, Mr. Bettendorf helps D. Chirhart in his decision. Mr. Sorenson checks a students records which are available in the guidance office. Audio-visual adviser, Mr. Hollmeyer, rewinds a movie reel. Awww Here's to Tech, our Alma Mater Cherished in our song Honor, praise, and true devotion f .All to her belong. Lift the chorus, speed it onward Upward to the sky! Hail to thee, our Alma Mater Hail, all hail, Tech High! "'5he song is ended, But the melody lingers cm." IRVING BERLI N 1958 TECHOES STAFF Edltor IH Chlef Ehzabeth Holes Plcture Edltors Judy Derr, Karen Kusserow Copy Edltors Lorene La Sota, Judy Vandell Art Edltor Janet Elffert Buslness Manager Karen Znlewskl Photographer Frederlck Relchensperger Advlser Mr Donald N Nelson To Mr James Daubanton of Securlty Blank Book and Prmtmg Company, Mr Jerry Scholen of St Cloud Engravlng Company and Mr Ted Volante, we are xndebted for mvaluable asslstance and advlce ln produclng the 1958 Techoes Ach Karen 42 84, 93, 99 Glrls Glee Club 1 Gregg Art1st2 3 Tlgerettes 2 PepClub1 2 3 IRC1 2 3 Adler, Sandra 42 82, 84 S5 86 93 95 99 129 Soph Exec COUDCII All School Play 1 Qulll and Scroll 2 V109 Pres 3 NHS 3 Dxscusslon 1 2 3 Speech Actxvltles 1 2 3 Student Councll Sec 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 All Sports ga? Attendant AAUW Rep 3 The Tech ta 3 Akervik, Gary 41 42 63 82 89 99, 100 105 107 116, 117 Boys Glee Club 1 xxed Chorus 2 3 Letter mens Club 2 3 Intramural Sports 2 3 Football 1 2 3 Student Councll Rep 2 3 Dance Comm 3 Career Day Lomm 2 3 Pep Club I 2 3 Baseball 1 2 3 Albers Delores 42 95 Glrls Glee Club 1 2 MDVC 3 Anderson Gary 42 82 83, 85 l00 108, 129 140 Jr ROYBTIBH3 Office Mess 3 NHS2 Pres 3 Lettermen s Club 3 Football Manager 2 3 Student Councll Rep 3 School Splut Comm 3 Handbook Comm 3 AIIS orts Da Atten Rep 2 Anderson Robert 42, 45 85 90 100 107 108 110 119 132 Band 1 2 3 NHS2 3 Lett,ermensLlub2 3 Tenmsl 2 3 H1 Hatsl 2 Jr Acad ofSc1ence 3 Orgamst2 3 Basketball 1 2 3 Natlonal Mer1t3 Baker Dianne 42 84 86 92 93 99 131 Glrls Glee Club 1 Qulll and Scroll 2 3 Red Cross Council 1 2 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 The Tech Staii' 3 IRC 2 3 Baldwm Bernard Boys Glee Club 2 Radlo Club 1 Football 1 2 Track 1 Banwell James 42 70 85 89 100 105 106 108 109 118 132 133 Boys Glee Club 1 M1xed Fhorus 2 3 NHS 3 Radm Club 1 2 Lettermens Club 3 Football 2 3 Track l 2 3 Basketballl 2 3 Barnes Warren FFA 1 Bartlett, Gerald 42 118 Track 2 3 Basketball 1 Bartz Narita 42 83 84 85 86 92 98 99 140 Jr Exec Councxl Hall Momtor 3 NHS 3 Gregg Artist 2 3 Red Cross Councxl 1 2 3 Pep Club 1 2 3 GAA 1 2 Txgerett,es2 Sec 3 All Sport s Day Comm 3 The Tech Staff 3 All School Carn Comm 2 3 Bauer, Jean 42, 96 Girls Glee Club 1 Sr Class Play Techoreos3 Bayley Kay 43 90 92 94 Play Productxon 2 3 Glrls Glee Clubl Band 1 2 3 FHA 1 Sec 2 Vlce Pres 3 Red Cross COUDCII 2 'S All Sports Day Comm 3 Study Hall Momtor 3 DIRECTCRY Benoit Joanne 43 84 127 Gregg Artist 2 Bergstrom, Judith 43, 47 77 83 84 93 98, 99 Girls Glee Club 1 Gregg Artlst 2 3 Tlger ettes 3 Student Councll Rep 1 Pep Club 1 2 3 All Sports Day Comm 2 IRC 1 2 Beumer Donald 43 90 100, 114 115 130 Hall Momtor 3 Lettermens Club 1 2 Football 2 Wrestling 1 2 Co Cap 3 Beaumer, Elaine 43 95 Glrls Glee Club 1 M1xed Chorus 2 Band 1 FHA 1 H1 Hats 2 MDVC 3 Pep Band Mlxed Ensemble 2 Part-tlme program 3 Bick Betty 43 67 84 Glrls Glee Club 1 Gregg Art1st2 3 IRC1 Biele eski Helen 43 140 all Momtor 3 Biendara June 43 72, 92 93 96 99 135 140 Play Prod 1 2 Sr Class Play Speech Ac t1V1tl9S 3 Red Cross Council 2 3 Art Club 1 2 3 Pep Club 3 All School Carn Comm 3 Study Hall Momtor 3 Techmcana 2 IRC 2 Blommer, Gerald Blommer Thomas Boethm Kathleen Girls Glee Club 1 M1xed Chorus 2 3 Band 1 2 Homecommg Comm 3 Study Hall Mon1tor2 Brainard Sarah 43 66 86 89 96 Gxrls Glee Club 1 M1xed Chorus 2 3 Gregg Artxst 3 Gohper Hxstorlans 2 Homecoming Comm 1 TNT 2 Scribes 2 The Tech Staff 3 Techmcana2 Techoreosl 3 Brandt Rnchard 41 43 Sr Exec Council Office Mess 3 Braun Constance 44 84 86 93 125, 140 Play Prod 3 Sr Class Play Glrls Glee Club 1 Qulll and Scroll 2 3 DISCUSSION 3 Speech ACf,lV1tl9S 3 Red Cross Councll 1 2 The Tech StaH 2 3 Study Hall Momtor 3 Britton Bette 44 89 Cnrls Glee Club 1 Mixed Chorus 2 3 Brummer Larol 44 66 DISCUSSIOD2 Speech Actxv1t1es3 Txgerettes2 Buelow Carol 44 88 92 93 95 96 Sr Class Play Girls Glee Club 1 M1xed Chorus 3 Speech Actlvltles 3 FHA 1 Red Cross Counc112 3,Art Club 1 2 3 TNT 1 3 Vice-Pres 2 Scrlbes 2, Techn1cana2 Burrows Gayle 44 89 98 136 M1xed Chorus 3 Tlgerettes 3 Burton Larry Jr Exec Councll Radl0 Club 1 Footballl 2 Burton, Vu-gima 44 47 67, 83 84 93 98 99 Gxrls Glee Club 1 Office Mess 2 Gregg Artlst 2 3 Red Cross Louncul 1 Tlgerettes 2 3 Student Councll Rep 1 Pep Club 1 2 Sec 3 All Sports Day C omm 2 IRC, 1 2 43 69 89 Callahan Sharon 44 92 93 99 136 140 Play Prod 2 3 Office Mew 2 3 FHA 1 2 Red Cross Councll 2 3 Pep Club 2 3 IRC Canfield Margaret 41 44 85 92 93, 99 123 129 Sr Exec Counc1l3 Girls Glee Club 1 NHS 3 FHA 2 Red Cross Council 1 2 3 Pep Club 2 Vlce-Pres 3 Homecommg Attendant All Sports Day Attendant All Sports Day Comm 3 IRC 1 2 3 Carlson, Wayne 44 112 Soph Exec Council Soph Class Treas Bandl Intramural Sports3 Tenmsl Hockey 3 Jr Acad of Science 3 Basketball 1 C asey, Glen Chirhart David 44 141 Lhirhart Kenneth 45 85 107 135 Jr Exec Councll NHS 3 Lettermens Club 2 3 Football 1 Football Manager2 3 Study Hall Momtor 2 Golf 2 3 Chrlstinsen, Anna Band 1 2 MDVC 3 Crepeau Audrey 45 84 M1xed Chorus 3 Gregg Artist 2 3 TNT 1 Scrlbes 2 Technlcana 2 Dallmann, Stephen 41 45 Jr Exec Council Sr Exec Council NHS 3 Football 1 Jr Acad ofSc1ence 1 2 3 IRC Derr Judith 45, 87 93 99 140 Glrls Glee Club 1 Dlscussxon 3 GAA 2 Techoes Staff 3 Pep Club 3 Study Hall Momtor 3 Techmcana 2 Techoreos 1 IRC 2 DesMarais Bernadine 45 85 86, 89 92 Glrls Glee Club 1 2 M1xed Chorus 3 NHS 3 Speech Act1v1t1es3 Student Councll Rep 1 Pep Club 2 3 Scrlbes 2 The Tech Staff 3 Jr Acad of Sclence 3 Study Hall Momtor 3 Technlcana 2 Diederichs Robert Dlerkes, Shirley Dobos Beverly Dock Tara 46 61 85 89 92 133 All School Play 1 Girls Glee Club 1 Mlxed Chorus2 3, NHS 2 3 Debate 1 2 3 Speech ACClV'ltl9S 1 2 3 AAUW Rep 3 Scnbes Jr Acad of Sclence 1 2 3 Techmcana 2 Doeden, George Band 1 2 3 H1 Hats 2, Baseball 1 Douvier Virgil Drayton 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Shay 1A1ma E. 1 Skewcs Glen W Skjod Sue Ann Skumautz Sandra u Smith David A Smith Ralph 1' Spoden Mary J Spythala Jacqu1l1n1 Snychala Th1r1 sa A Stark C arol I' Stark C harles I' Stefffs Iames VV Steman Mary E Storms James I Strand Patricia M Strommer Norma J Stueve Phyllis A Sundby LawrenceC Swanson Thomas H Talhert Douglas E 39 I0 Telgen ThomasH 82 99 '38 Tessari I Vnn M Thus Rohr rt N Thelscn C arol A Thus Bettv J Thlessr Patricia Thole Ardls 38 1 258 38 38 76, 38 84, 1 38 1. 1. . 1 38 90,100, 3 38 33 96 3 ' 89 100 107 111 e 6 39 84 82 39 96 137 98 39 91 96 93 39 91 39 100 0 112 113 10 114 100 111 9 I9 'O 84 92 96 19 84 82 98 99 84 92 96 39 37 86 97 66 8-I 96 33 94 100 38 88 112 40 8 9 x 84 SOPHOMORES Emery C'harles W Frickson Janlcc I hrlckson Karl H I' veslagr David S Pahnhorst Sharen Pehgum Joan E1 Feldges Joanne C' Feldhous Dolores J Fessenden Judith C hereck Gerald Flllman Rose M Pineday Duane L Finl-1 Paul F1nneman Nancy C' Fmneman Nicholas Folsom Karen A Fritz Marguerite J Genrlch Mary M C llmori Roger W Goedker Jamzs F C oehrlng Sandra K C oenner Dlanne M 2 90135 28 100 94 82 29 100 29 90 26 27 29 100 27 29 26 27 29 0 1 C oenner Karen M C'oenner M al I C'ohman Ronald F C'rams Jane E C'rams Lucille J C'rant Frances K C'rundah1 Karen Y C'rundhoefer C'aro1e K C'ustafson Kenneth 82 28 101 92 29 100 o 28 91 96 90 28 101 82 99 26 27 28 99 28 101 92 13 28 92 139 69 93 28 100 Haehn Diane B Halverson Joel M Handeland C' encvicve H Hansen Sandra R Hartmann Robc rt B Hartmann Sharen A Helnen James H Henkel Sharon A Henning Pauline Hentges Douglas Hentges Jerry Heurung Marilyn K Hilszen Caroline M Hmsev Lou1sS Hoffman Yictor Holladay Jean S Holt Bonnie L 29 90 Hommerdmg Willlam Homstad Annel Honer Patrick F Hood Sandra K Hooper William James Susan M Jansky Janice J 82 29 29 100 9 1 1 1 Thourand, Jerome J. 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