Truman High School - Truhiscan Yearbook (Truman, MN)

 - Class of 1964

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We, the class of l96A, dedicate our annual to the taxpayers of this community, who have made it possible for us to attend such a modern and well-equipped schoolo We are truly gratefulu 2 0 s ,V 1 Y f 2 ,fi f f, 1 1 5 e , -Vi "sf- ADMINISTRATIO E6 X A 4 wx W I N its A tl K ,H V .Q-:M K N . x X if Im X .A ,E zq x x " ,Xu C D . X L 1 XP .rv 4 I Superintendent - A, L. Larson Principal - William Kramer SCHOOL BOARD 'XX Mrs Neal Huemoeller, Dru Malcom Lester, Mru Albert Larson, Mfg Willis Hammond, Mr. Allen Freeman, Mrg Thomas Burk, Mrso Frank Hurd 4 ENGLISH 8z LANGUAGE Mrs Marlys Knauss M1ss Janet Aaker Mrs Myrtle Lekvold Mrs Arpa Tschetter Mrs Selma EYICKSOH PHY ED 8: VOCATIONAL sm men : ,MG mi l GIHI. WU :Mfg M Mr, John Gedker, MY, Kenneth Stenzel, Mr. Lloyd Armstrong, Mrs. Hallie Christensen, Mrsg Jacque Storby, Mr. LeRoy Storby 5 MUSIC 8z HISTORY WI!!MUSE!!!1llEEl.jQLl3jM1!1I!fl!IIIIQgQlg.!j,Qi!l.lleItHM!Hl fwu Qygygg mm IIUHIIQG, M HI A it I -, , I ,W ' A , . , 1 f' , f W, 'Q M Ed d F J M D Eugene Olson, Mro Philip Norrd M M M , L E in, ru K 5-Q, ' fs.. ., . , A X . onte giterson, X X f Jil, J' MATH sf SCIENCE ,NYY Q V5 Q 5 E . "?T1'1 all 3 Mr, Leo Heimendinger, Mr. Donald Woods, Mro Roger Gunnufson, Mrs Wendell Johnson 6 JI mam, 'F'- R x 'N-...km N J ..--u A16 1 . 1 .J-f s 4 .-ff'i f , QQ... u , . s my :W CTIVITIES Af 55:5 53 JY Lpwlf Ju lou CLASS PLAY gg Qhlff? We r i i W r I U Ar, 1, ,,Lff' U J Mama Shirley Manteufel Katrin Penelope Ritter Papa Lawrence Rossow Dagmar Barbara Schulz Christine Janice Ritz Nels Tom Boesch Mr. Hyde Eugene Lange Aunt Trina Lynette Wilke Aunt Sigrid Vicki Malherek Aunt Jenny Linda Schwanz Uncle Chris Ronald Lehr Jessie Peggy Jennings Mrq Thorkelson Warren Krumwiede Dr. Johnson James Gaard Arne Dennis Schofield Madeline Diane Otteman Dorothy Schiller Sharon Zehnder Florence Moorehead Juanita Heckman Nurse Priscilla Kettner Nurse Cynthia Leimer Soda Clerk Allan Christle Bell Boy Bruce Steinberg Director Mrs. Selma Erickson Student Directors Roger Karau Louise Berzinsky Carol Cole no 0 0 but first and foremost, I remember Mama.H Yes, most of us will long remember the truly heartwarming Junior Class Play, ul Remember Mama.H The Juniors very success- fully presented it on Friday, November 8 and Saturday, November 9, The play was based on Katrin's memories of her family and their life in San Francisco. Papa and Mama had come from Norway to live in San Francisco because Mama' sisters, Jenny, Sigrid, and Trina lived there. Katrin, Nels, Christine, and Dagmar were all born there. Mama, with the help of her husband and Uncle Chris brought up the children in their modest home during the early years of the century. Mama, a sweet and very capable manager, saw her children through childhood, managed to educate them, and saw one of her daughters be- gin her career as an author. Mama had Mrs Hyde, a very courtly-mannered Englishman, as a boarder to help get enough money to buy herself a coat, Uncle Chris, a dynamic character, kept everyone alert with his loud shouting. Sadness hit the whole house when Uncle Chris died. Trina stirred everyone with her precious romance with Mr. Thorkelson. These and many more incidents with several other people completed Katrin's vivid memorieso The Juniors are to be commended on a fine job done. lt was truly a play that none will ever forget. 8 I 1 if Mendele Melamed Rlfkele Rabbi David Dodl Angel Rochele 7r"7'A 0 E-ACT PLAY 1 gig 1 3. A ....,,5....,--,Q-.- , . A K , Jerry Hatch Ron Lehr Marty Peterson Lawrence Rossow John Hurd Mary Huemoeller H ll Truman put on A Tale of Chelm at the superior-alternate ratingo Friend Joedy Wiborg Stranger Jim Gaard Goatseller Sharon Henton Director Mrso Selma Erickson Student Director Ida Lou Plenge district one-act play contest, and received a Mandela tells the Tale of Chelmn Melamed and Rifkele seek advice from the Rabbi David 9 SENIOR CLASS PLAY "ROMEO D JULlET" Sets up, costumes made, make-up on, stage ready, lights dim, trumpets sound, and then the curtain goes up and on with the senior class play, HRomeo and Julieton ln Verona, ltaly, there was an ancient enmity between the House of Capulet and House of Montague to such extent that the lords and their servants fought side by side in frequent street brawls. Despite this sad state of human relations, Romeo and Juliet, each from a rival house, fell deeply in love and married secretlyo ln the meantime, Lord Capu- let found an exemplory young man, Paris to be his daughter's husbanda To protect Juliet from charges of bigamy, Friar Laurence supplied her with a vial to make her fall into a death-like sleep. Romeo, on the other hand, believed her to be dead and purchased a poi- son from an apothecary. Romeo visited the tomb where Juliet lay in her trance, After taking his farewell kiss, he took the poison and died beside his beloved wifeu When Juliet revived and found her lover dead, she killed herself with Romeo's daggerg The tragic ending of the two young lovers make their bostinate fathers reconcil their long-lived hatredsu Inspite of the tragic theme which enshrouded the play, several comical events took place which porved to be inevitableg Remember the sword fight in act one? Poor Benvo- lio's sword was bent to a 90 angle, but the show went on. How about Mercutios's great solo and his sweet voice? And that balcony-Uwill we ever. ever forget that balcony? Only one shaky ladder was used to get up there, and that platform wasn't any too stable either, Once poor Romeo ripped his trousers climbing down and had to report to one of Veronals able tailors, Weren't the love scenes great? Speaking of scenes, what about those death scenesu Wasn't Tybalt the perfect dead man? Mrs. Erickson caught him chewing gum once at dress rehearsal - just the way a normal corpse would be. Despite all catastrophes, the five weeks we spent in production will never be for- gotten! IO " MHZ' if vusumn HOME T .vu h " ' V.-,vm . 31 Y M x fy' 942' ,, -. Av ..,..v,,, W. A, t x.. X 4 ,1-.kll X51 fn 1 f-1 'Q fp W- 1 ff ,I .Q i5?v.11i.Q ' f fa'-5, . A My W D E.- OFFICE ASSISTANTS Cf' 'ws' ,gre The office secretaries along with the office assistants are always ready to serve stu- dents and teachers. Each hour finds a different face cheerfully on the job answering tele- phone calls, relaying messages, collecting attendence slips, and running errands. ltvs nice to know that someone is always ready to help one upon coming to the officeq LIBRARY ASSISTANTS x Il U U' QI f E ' . V' If puffs S .fytf H' X N' 5 Q 4 912 Ni, 'ilk A ,gf S Q ,",5a,:9 U A A ' 1 1 14 --'S S V. . er- -1 eff Tffff ,A "1fv'2,Zr.'12 'mfg liar! Lx i 'Lf' .X Mrs, Lekvold has many library assistants to help her during the day. These girls learn the many different phases of library work in their years as assistantsa Among their tasks are the reading of shelves, checking magazines and books in and out, and doing bulletin boards. They also help in the elementary library with the grade school children. The library runs smoothly with their help. 12 FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA The FTA officers for the l963-6A school year were Sharon Henton-Librarlang Carleen Leimerm Song Leaderg Bob Boler-Reporterg Jim Dunn-Treasurerg Karen Ufer-Secretaryg Mrsv Ericksonn Advisory Rachel Hansen-President: Shirley Manteufel-Vice-Presidentg Bryce Huemoeller-Parl- iamentariang Sharon Wllle-Historian: Boni Boler-Student Council Representatlveo X. MW wif, f fy Wy' S2 iw 0 co fgjwl V FUTURE HOMEMAKER OF AMERICA President-Karen Howellg Vice-President-Peggy Jenningsg Secretary-Sharon Zehnderg Treasurer- Joedy Wlborgg Point Secretary-Priscilla Kettnerg Historian-Penny Ritterg Songleader-Charlene Rucksg Reporter-Ida Lou Plengeg Student Council Representative-Vicki Malherekg 13 BUS PATROL ll' wr 1 , IQ? i 4 Q 6 A I in The bus patrols work with the bus driverso On each bus there are two order and take daily attendanceu FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA girls who keep Advisor-Mro Stenzel, Secretary-L. Voigt, Treasurer-Jo Hurd, President-R0 Johnson, Vice- Presidenh-Ga Qurgensen,ZReporter-L. Carlson, Sentinel-J. Garbers. l ,II1 I M STUDE T COUNCIL C -wil Wilma 'W WII n o if g W ' 'IT I f . CK: L' -..., The members of the student council, each representing a class or an organization, held their meetings twice a month. They passed resolutions which were for the benefit ol the whole student bodyo This year the council became a member of both the state and nntionnl student councilsu Throughout the year the council contributed much to the schoolu They were responsible for the Homecoming Activitiesu Through their efforts the parade, corna- tion and dance were a successu It was voted to have parent chapcrones at the dances after the games and to have dancing during the noon hoursg They also voted to replace Awards' Day with Honors' Night which will enable parents to attends The officers of the council includedt President-Jerry Hatchg Vice President-Bryce Huemoellerg Secretary-Myrna Rucksg Treasurer-Bill Kramerg and Reporter-Carleen Leimeru GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATIO vgfzifi If rmfffl q,ff,fZg,fg,im1 President-Boni Bolerg Vice-President-Shirley Manteufelg Secretary-My na Ruc sf easure -rA , dnfl Cheryl Bockg Point Secretary-Sharon Willeg PublicitymPriscilla Ketj era 40x Iwi ff J, NVQ K d1f ,V I 1. I I5 fi '53 Tl Mffiqvirfgdwdd 3 DEBATE 5 K Q a T f -an 3 Ei 5 Q s r 5 2 1531 3 Q T 2 x4 i if fi 'H-8... s . , ni. W I The debate squad had a highly successful year because of its large participation in various tournamentso The two squads attended tournaments at Luverne and Blue Earthv The A squad was also privileged to attend a two-day debate tournament at Gustavus Adolphus with six states participating, The squad also had a good showing at Region II, held at Mankato on February lo Members of the squads are: Jerry Hatch, Lawrence Rossow, Sharon Henton, Peggy Jennings, Steve Breitbarth, Roger Karau, John Hurd, and Kieth Tysono Other debgtgrs are Carol Cole and Jessie Johnsons DEC'-AM Mrso Erickson, Miss Aaker, and Mrso Knauss assisted the students of THS in their work in declamatione lo ATIO AL HO OR OCIETY The National Honor Society spent a very active year. Tn the fall, the Society inducted 6 new members. The group made a fine showing by setting up bulletin boards, posters, and windows to encourage students to work toward NoH.SQ membershipu On Jan. 31, they sponsored the annual Sweetheart Dance, They closed the year by inducting 3 new membersb N.H.Sq is to be commended on a fine year of progress, 5? S 5 ,. I k. . rl I .D 1 NAUONAL 4 HONOR socfTv 1 Q ll O X25 ij gy to I f if T f if T V ,yik Front row: S. Manteufelg PQ Ritter, Secretary-Treasurer, R0 Hanseng President, Marty Petersong Student Council Representative, S. Sorensen, SQ Willeg Jane Leonard, Back rowz Mrg Larsong KD Uferg Vice President, Myrna Rucksg We Kramerg J. Hatch, Lo Schwanzg P, Jenningsg and Mrs. Tschetter, VARSITY C Marty Peterson Boni Boler Shi 1 , , r ey Manteufel, Diane Otteman, Carleen Leimer " " SQUAD W sig? N bg 55,2 1 W PM Shari Sorenson Charl R , ene ucks, Susan Manteutel, Kathy Krusemark I8 l ff' ! AQ wx fl. Q J I f W x ly V, cg W we mob 'Jo C' 'S ff ANNUAL s'rAFF Marty Peterson served as editor of the 1964 TRUHISCANQ The entire staff put in many hours of hard work to make the annual a success. Myrna Rucks headed the copy staff, and Jane Leonard, the photo. Mr. Johnson was the advisor. w?f f W au '-N-...,, J Q S? i COPY 8 PHOTO STAFF Front row: Jane Leonard Cheryl Bock Myrna Rucks Carleen Leimer Back row: Barb Niss Peggy Jennings Sharon Henton Priscilla Kettner BUSINESS STAFF Joanne Appeldoorn Shari Sorenson Richard Zehnder I9 Sharon Zehnder Linda Schwanz Sharon Wille Shirley Manteufel CO ED Myrna Shirley Manteufel 5 I Q , 5 STAFF vi REPORTERS. SPORTS WRITERS: Bob Boler Jeff Hoelmer Phil Kanning Bryce Huemoeller ln 5 2 E 5 lg Citi Penny Ritter Charlene Rucksfmp md Peggy Jennings Sharon Zehnder Lynette Wilke Myrna Wegner Shari Sorenson Carleen Leimer Sharon Henton Vicki Malherek f 1 I 5 ' 5 1 5 4 I 5 .- 3 A ' X- 1 2 Q ' L we C gf ,g fl Ali! 4 5 ' 3' 1 3 Q . ,u N101 I 4 wx .V , rf ' My J I K, P 0, ..."g:pofnuf" ? ,. 4 ,s, ' ' jk "'v ' A ' .V 39' 'snffs A M fa' X 4' f' 'leupggg "sl El I I D . 'lk X ' . 5'-fn A A L A ,O Q 1 fwfr ," k " C' w w .Ww, , rf y R ff " do i ' ' l 'i t t i n ' fmW3'FWiWEEWwf?fH 5 5 . , 1 A 'H DUM Y TYPISTS: Carole Clow Colleen Hughes Cheryl Bock Kathy Boesch Grace Midgley X2 xx Y ARTISTS3 Joedy Wiborg Ida Lou Plenge Marty Peterson Craig Malo it ? 2 5 BUSINESS STAFF: Dennis Hansen Joanne Appeldoorn Marie Timmerman Karen Howell Bruce Steinberg 12? MIMEOGRAPHERS Jane Leonard Vicki Engkjer Barb Niss Carolyn Krenz i' """" MA HIGH First row: Jane Leonard, Carol Pegors, Shari Sorenson, Cynthia Leimer, Vicki Malherek, Second rowi Boni Boler, Julie Buchan, Kathy Krusemark, Louise Berzinsky, Rachel Hansen, Third row: Ron Lehr, Duane Olson, Dale Gersch, Kieran Teaser, Bob Ufer, Kenneth Greely , Fourth row: Bob Boler, George Jurgensen, Raymond Maus1Qpg, Philip Kanning, Jim Dunn, ZS, gc L A I 4 SENIOR SEXTET Shari Sorenson Rachel Hansen Carleen Leimer Karen Ufer Jane Leonard Cheryl Bock 22 SCHOOL CHORUS maggximyf Carleen Leimer, Karen Ufer, Janice Ritz, Shirley Manteufel, Yvonne Nickerson, Judy Wood. Sharon Wille, Barb Schulz, Cheryl Bock, Linda Schwanz, Diane Otteman, Peggy Jennings. Warren Kahler, Dennis Schofield, Orville Williamschen, Dwight Anderson, Michael Kuhlman. Richard Engkjer, Bob App, Keith Cantine, Jeff Hoellmer, Larry Block, Ronald Otte. gf? The chorus officers are Jim Dunn Vicki Malherek, Sharon Wille, Phil f 'I ' Kanning, and Carleen Lelmer. 23 of 'yin nl fi 43 ff S 3 Q Director: Ray Simon I 1 TRUMA HIGH Row lt S. Henton, P, Jennings, Mu Lewis, L. Davis, Su Zehnderu Row 2: M, Kuhlman, YD Nickerson, Row 3: R, Lehr, MD Hansen, Bu Kesler, L, Nagel, Lg Smith, MD Huemoeller, Ko Frye, Ko Cantine, Jo Tenhoff. Row AL C. Pegors, D. Smith, AD Wessel, C. Krenz, B. Neue BU Clark, JO Hoelmer, Mo Wienekeo Standing: Mr, Norrdin, Vicki Malhereko The Truman High School Band enjoyed a successful school yearu Beginning in the fall, the band marched to rousing tunes in the King Korn Parade, Esterville Parade, and Homecoming at Mankato State Collegeo Truman's concert season was also a successo The winter concert was held on Jana 28, and the spring concert on Apr. 170 In the spring the band took up drums and batons and completed their 1963-l96A marching season with Memorial Day and Dairy Day Paradeso There were also special events for the THS Band. ln April they went to Mapleton for the District Festival. Truman's record number of small ensembles and solos parti- cipated in District 5 competition at Sher- burn. ln May 13 groups advanced into re- gional-state competition. Twirlers this year were Ida Lou Plenge and Susan Manteufelo Majorette was Diane Ottemanp The band is to be congratulated on a truly fine year. 24 DCHOOL BAND S, Leonard, LQ Schwanz, M. Kuhiman, S0 Manteufel, Da Otteman, Bu Krenz, Ko Urban, Jn Sauck, T, Nagel, J, Heckman, D, Jennings, S, Glienke, JD Johnson, RQ Watson, Su Teske, P, Lueth, enschwander, P, Ritter, My Mohwinkel, K. Tyson, Jo Wheffet, Cu Malo, CD Malo, K0 Greeley, BAND OFFICERS tt , as filly, Ng! x V' -,W I 4 2 DIRECTOR ...........,... .. 1 Band officers for 1963-196A were President, Sharon Hentong Vice President, Vicki Malherekg Sec- retary-Treasurer, Sharon Zehnder, Student Council Representative, Diane Otteman, 25 DIRECTOR: Mr. Philip S. Norrdin In HOMECOMING ROYALTY lib. V' 1 if KING BOB JOHNSON QUEEN - SHARON wu.us - 4 N 1' Q LAURA WELS JANE LEO I ARD MAR Y PETERSON. MARGIE lumucr-1 ,xx A ff Ye 1 1 " S . l X' , "' ' 'fi ' A Q. ,Z A XA. ff ' A 'Q ROYAL COURT ii! Front row: Rhonda Boesch, Linda Nagel, Pat Harris, Sharon Zehnder, Laura Wels, Jane Leon- ard, Queen Sharon Wille, King Bob Johnson, Marty Peterson, Margie Kaduce, Cynthia Leimer, Carolyn Krenz, Terri Nagel, and Janet Berhow. Back row: Dan Berhow, Bob Boler, Larry Rahm, Kieran Teaser, Ron Widmann, Neal Rucks, Phil Kanning, Jim Dunn, Bryce Huemoeller, Don Vogt, Jerry Hatch, and Steve Plumhoff. Pulses quickened and a hush fell over the crowd as Bob Johnson, carrying the crown, paced back and forth behind the five queen candidates. Finally he stepped up and placed it on the head of Sharon Wille-our Homecoming Queen for 1963! After the coronation, students attended the bonfire which blazed high and lit up the black sky. The cheerleaders led the group in many rousing yells and songs, Football co- captains, Donnie Vogt and Bob Johnson, threw the dummy into the fire hoping that the team would be victorious on Friday night. Crowds gathered Friday afternoon to watch the Homecoming parade. Many hours of hard work could be seen in all the gaily decorated floats. The band led the parade followed by Nlda Lou's Hi-Steppers,u the queen and her attendants, the floats, coaches, and playerso The football team made a terrific showing against Lake Crystal by downing them 31-O. During half time, the band performed, and the queen and her attendants were presented to the crowds After the game, the Royal Court led the grand march at the dance. The music of Terry Powell's band was enjoyed by the alumni, guests, and students. At midnight a fun-filled, iting celebration came to an end. r The sophomores portrayed the Home- Doug Urevig served as Master of coming slogan, UCripple Crystal,n on their Ceremonies for the Coronation Thurs- float. 27 day evening. JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM 1 'V ,A fig,-8 N f fr K n W K . . . r , K , - 1 f .elifay On May 16 the Senior Class and faculty members were guests of the Juniors at the annual banquet--prom. The theme this year was HThe Land of the Midnight Sunu. Igloos, kayaks, and dog sleds decorated the tablesg Following the banquet a wonderful program was presented which included musical numbers, readings of the Junior Prophesy and Senior Will, and remarks by the class presidents and Mrn Larsonu -fl 4'i!F5f'i :dl 1 afrjjaffj 0 y M -AM X lv My , vfg Ad -.. -M .I .L L H, , X n, ,, X Ik, , 1 J ,Q IL, ' '?'fvv ,Lf K X BL Waiters and waitresses were James Hussey, Mickey Grunig, Robert Ufer, Roger Lueth, Gary Wink, Steve Hatch, Janice Maloney, Charlene Rucks, Carol Peg- ors, Suzanne Leonard, Mary Etta Mohwinkle, and Pat Toastmaster at the banquet was Junior Harrisu class president, Bill Kramer, Q5 2 , . , I I 9' 1 W ' f LAD lk Jlfv GUN At 9:30 the grand march began a wonderful promu Until 12:00 the group danced to the ll music of The Melodiersuo 0 Many enjoyed a Hpunch breakn between dancesq 29 .f"" Reading the Senior Will was Bob Boler, SWEETHEART D CE D PRINCESS QUEEN PRINCESS Myrna Cheryl Shirley Rucks Bock Manteufel W B' Bolefs RQ Engkjefa Jo Dunn, J. Kersting, J. Hatch, BQ Huemoeller P Kanning Ba Kramer 0 7 M- Huemoeller, LQ Pettersen, S, Manteufel, CQ Bock, MQ Rucks, J. Vaaz, P. Kettner, Jo Rucks x so vuwf' 3 1 1 ,Q X H, wg, ff gg , Q 4. H V, , 1. .k.q.f':'- ' w A-Lifif-v 391- aff" .W i s f 'im' 1.11. ' . ,-A . , M -ry' "Z, ff, Q , , -5 uk' ii, ' M-Q if , , - f ,tm W Y- 1 N-KS ffx f, fo -w V M ,v fw f,.r'. 4' T ' V" as A, , : IJ. 4 .Mi , X, , , fm ul-1 fx ,. 4, ' Q A -Q 'H "2 my ' Q' A X -. MK , 1 L Q X 1 1 , ta ,RY A S. V , -, J I ,Q . VR , V . W , K F 1" W, Q Q FOOTBALL First Row: B. Boler, Ro Widmann, No Rucks, Jo Dunn, Bu Johnson, D. Vogt, PQ Kanningv Bo Hugmgellef, JETIY l'l8CCl'1 Second Row: Lu Rahm, Do Olson, L. Leimer, Ro Lehr, DQ Thomsen, Jo Hoelmer, Ju Kosbab, BQ Kramer Third Row: G, Jurgensen, R. Grefe, Po Zenk, J LU Leimer, L9 Urban, K0 Teaser Fourth Row' A. Christle, M0 Grunig, R0 Lueth, R- Lueih, S0 Williamson COACHES AND CO-CAPTAINS S0 Plumhoff, DQ Anderseng DQ Berhow, Hussey, MQ Hoppe, W0 Frese, A0 Wessel, RECORD Sept. 6 Delavan Septo 13 Trimont Septg 20 Wells Sept. 27 Mapleton Octo Q Lake Crystal Octn ll Sherburn Octg l8 Winnebago Oct, 23 Madelia Donnie Vogt and Bob Johnson served as Co- captains for the 1963 seasonu These boys did a fine job of keeping the team going throughout the season and spurring them on to victoryg Mro Storby, MID Gunnufson, and Mr, Etienne coached the teams 32 Ru Van Brunt, J. Borchert, Home Away Away Away Home Home Away Home lb-O 13-lA 7-35 6-O 31-O 8-O l9-19 7-6 GRIDDERS TAKE SECOND IN MIDDLE SEVEN The Truman Blue Jays closed their 1963-64 football season very successfully with a 5-2-1 record. At the pre-season practices the Blue Jays elected Bob Johnson and Donnie Vogt as their co-captains. The Blue Jays began their season successfully on September 12 by defeating Delavan 14-0, In the succeeding two weeks, Truman met their only two defeats of the season, falling by one point, 13-lA, to Trlmont and being downed by Wells,7-35. On October 4 Truman celebrated its Homecoming and best scoring game of the season by down- ing Lake Crystal by the score of 31-O. The Jays then went on to defeat Sherburn and Mapleton, but were tied by Winnebago 19-19 in a heartbreaker that put the Blue Jays out of contention for Conference champs! The last game proved to be the most successful game of the season for the Blue Jays as they downed the Conference champions, Madelia, 7-6. This real thriller gave the Jays the runner-up trophy in the Middle Seven Conference. Following the season, Bryce Huemoeller, Jim Dunn, Bob Johnson, and Donnie Vogt were named to the Middle Seven All-Conference Team. This prosperous season, which proved the Jays tougher than they have been for the past few years, brought out many fans to cheer them on to victory and excellent support from the students of THS. The coaches, Mr. Storby, Mr. Gunnufson, Mr. Etienne, and the whole team should be congratulated for the fine performance they put forth this season! DA, x X 'Vp VF J D cw MN' lf 2 1 fl XLJY 'J N, 1 ,U ,J cHmu.aAnERs V . fblk! ' JN C1 W Y 1-,ma "W" -H f - Diane Otteman, Carleen Leimer, Shirley Manteufel, Marty Peterson, Boni Boler 33 BASKETBALL Left to Right: Marlin Niss, Ronald Lehr, Bob Boler, Bryce Huemoeller, Larry Urban, Eugene Lange, Philip Kanning, Jim Kersting, Larry Leimer, Doug Urevig, Bill Kramer, and Loren Voigt urBn AD First row: James Johnson, Robert Ritter, Mickey Grunig, Jim Hussey, Brent Clark, and Willaim Zenk. 2nd row: Bob Grefe, David Jennings, Jon Krog, Reid Van Brunt, Larry Urban, Peter Zenk, and Ricky Zoellmer 34 RECORD COACHES Trimont St, James Mapleton Winnebago Madelia Sherburn Huntley Lake Crystal Trimont Madelia Wells Sherburn Lake Crystal Mapleton Winnebago Fa irmont Granada WRESTLING First row: Donnie Schofield, Steve Zehnder, Charles Hurd, Guy Head, Lynn Carlson, and Richard Zehnder. 2nd row: Steve Plumhoff, John Hurd, Bob Johnson, Larry Krenz, Ronald Widmann, and Jim Dunn K ccBn AD First rowi Terry Grunig, Armond Zoellmer, Scott Lester, Gary Ricard, Duane Snyder, 2nd row: Ronald Bay, Leon Barrickman, Gary Wink, Jim Ricard, George Jurgenson 36 I f 1- , N L7 K t xlQ?j"ff The Truman wrestling squad was well repre- sented at the Regional Wrestling Meet by Jim Dunn and Bob Johnson served as co Bob Johnson, Jim Dunn, and Steve Zehnder. Bob also Went on to the State Meet. captains for the 1963-64 wrestling sea SOR. coach. UNDEFEATED Bob Johnson, Jim Dunn, and Richard Zehnder remained unde- feated in dual meets for the 1963-64 wrestling seasons T,H.S. wrestlers completed a fine season with a re- cord of six wins and four losses. Congratulations, Mr. Peterson and squads 37 Mr. Peterson was the squad's RECORD Mapleton Butterfield Jackson Delavan Lake Crystal Winnebago Kiester Estherville Madelia Sherburn .,. ffl ,, rw' V, A few' TRACK '-.. : First row: Rickie Zoellmer, Robert Watson, Ronald Bay, James Gronewald, Gary Zeimer, Armin Wessel, James Borchert, Jon Krog, Tom Rahm. 2nd row: Alan Christle, Terry Leimer, Bob Grefe, Jim Hussey, Donnie Henton, Dwight Andersen, Jeff Hoelmer. 3rd row: Coach LeRoy Storby, Don Vogt, Larry Rahm, Bryce Huemoeller, Philip Kanning, Jim Kersting George Jurgenson, Lyn Carlson, Jim Ricard. ln the past several years Truman has had very successful track teams, Last year the thinclads won the first track trophy in the history of Truman. This year we look for a better season than ever, as the Jays have six returning lettermen and many younger boys out to help the team. 100 Yard 220 Yard 440 Yard 880 Yard Mile Run 120 High Dash Dash Dash Dash Hurdles 180 Low Hurdles High Jump Broad Jump Shot Put Discus Pole Vault 880 Yard Relay Larry Rahm Larry Rahm Tom Urevlg Tom Knoll Dwight Anderson Bryce Huemoeller Don Vogt Joe Morgenson Larry Rahm John Sherman Neal Rucks Mike Lindsoe Neal Rucks Don Vogt Jeff Hoelmer Larry Rahm 10:3.5 22:9 53:6 2:O8.3 4:57.6 15.9 21.3 5'8 314W 19' 16 314W 41'7 112W 138' 11 ll2n 9' o" 1:39.19 1963 1963 1961 1961 1964 1964 1964 1961 1963 1957 1963 1963 1963 MS' ,sw gf 'af I A ' .4 ' ,, .7 , 5 gg A lfi f 'ff ISL .Mg Y www f l Ae WM dwg , W Q , ,, W.- 5 VV .5 kai I ,.,.,, ,Nw Q , , W 'fum . .,,,f XM. Q ' . , M.. ,KMWWN . g,.A Y6 ,V 'Faux XJ K -. , Y f .g V A qQ 'ffl Q- N4 N5 A yy. LA ,, Pig i Vw ,A, 4 f .fv' ,-A , Q5 2Lf,.f wf Tgxfv L?w 5?waWw WfQqk ., 5 Kpf?A K,RY V ffqimz ...M -gf-gf, .. 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"' M' DERCLASSME PRESIDENT Bill Kramer Anderson, Dwight Bassett, Joyce Berhow, Danny Berzinsky, Louise Bloomquist, Sandra Boesch, Tom Buchan, Julie Carlson, Lynn Christle, Alan Clow, Carole Cole, Carol Daly, Linda Dewar, Elliott Firchau, Joann Gaard, James Gersch, Dale Glienke, Janette Halverson, Linda Hansen, Dennis Hartman, Bob Heckman, Juanita Hoelmer, Jeffery Hughes, Colleen Hussey, Carol Karau, Arlen Karau, Jerry Karau, Roger Kettner, Priscilla Knaak, Margie Krahmer, Mike JU IOR CLASS ,fFf35i'5Z ?fN5f?fffL r' JWMQH1 , uf wg - I -i gtg - K -. 5, ggi f'7.fii5'- In ,e:3T'e- A ' as A :fig Q39 N Q1 wp X ffm x Fx 3' x VICE-PRESIDENT Ronald Lehr gm . SECRETARY Sharon Zehnder A s + TREASURER STU. CON. REP. Doug Carlson Peggy Jennings fi 4-Mr 7 - , 5: EGF 'J 5, li wi W X xl S! E QTW W5 1. , Nsafm-rg - WN x L ,ii ,,,,, A I X .... qqvn r e V .ggi Z,Ek gig, rrig QM L J F 1-1 N WWW. L, w 4 M '3f. : Q1 Li? 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' "E .:. 53 1 1 ' li-si 1 P: ig, Krenz, Larry Krueger, Diane Krumrei, Marianne Krumwiede, Warren Kuhlman, Margaret Kuhlman, Michael Lange, Eugene Langford, John Lelmer, Cynthia Leimer, Larry Malherek, Vicki Malo, Pam Manteufel, Shirley Mogensen, Mary Beth Neuenfeldt, DeLor1s Neuenfeldt, Ruth Niss, Marlin Olson, Duane Otte, Ronald Otteman, Diane Pettersen, Richard Plumhoff, Steve Ricard, James Ritter, Penny Ritz, Janice Rossow, Lawrence Schofield, Dennis Schultz, Duane Schulz, Barbara Schwanz, Linda 1,L In 'M ,lx Smith, Lynda Steinberg, Bruce Thomsen, David Todd, Charles Urevig, Doug Voigt, Loren Wegner, Myrna Werner, Van Wildes, David Wllke, Lynette PRESIDENT Robert Ufer Anders, Joan Becker, Dallas Becker, Richard Bloomquist, Ronald Boesch, Stephen Breltbarth, Lila Carlson, Eloise Clare, Mary Daly, Pamela Danner, Joann Davis, Lynette Davis, Janice Druck, Cheryl Ebeling, Linda Engkjer, Vicki Garbers, James Glienke, Sharon Grefe, Robert Grunig, Mickey Halverson, Candace Halverson, Laurel Harris, Jerry Hartman, David Hatch, Steven Head, Guy Henton, Donald Hussey, James Jennings, David Johnson, James Jorgensen, Patty T sl., Y V ,W y SOPHOMORE CLASS -fslpy VICE-PRESIDENT Brent Clark - 5 sfifazq ' . - f-,gzrsszgeggggigifsjgffire, ,xlgfggmw s,S2wa-g1f-M .. rf 2 ' '- - SECRETARY Pat Harris li: Vail vffftl F' brews frm, 5: ,. -, -. ..5 :..1,:rne, 4 'msfiggas s2.dgg:f1eea . .T Q f 1 s-aw:-W1-is . x i?i ,'. lf!b45gig7 ':-' fiflfefi sgaassaip 7Eg???p, rryy, H rls E!llEm if Q:'.. 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Trudie 1 R M i Aezkssg Wei 1 ,W V V ,,,H. . ,E.,el , 1 412:95 'f l ,373 M affvfaffnnvgn PRESIDENT Leon Barrickman Altenburg, Robert Anderson, Lucinda Bay, Ronald Becker, Craig Block, Roger Bock, Tom Boeck, Irene Borkenhagen, Lynette Bosshart, Carl Breitbarth, Steven Danner, Duane, Davis, Lyle Firchau, Dennis Frese, Walter Grefe, Bryce Grefe, Mary Jo Greier, Kathy Gronewald, James Gronewald, Jo Ann Hansen, Fay FRESHMAN CLAS " f1g52gfi,aw gf2fff:s"'- . S: :1 sf.5z:s1,:,: ' M S , M , S S W fa, Q E.-' '. ' .- sw x A x aww R 2, 25 W A VICE-PRESIDENT SECRETARY TREASURER James Borchert Patty Lueth Lynn Pettersen NX N X w gkmggsfm i x :,, , J M i5w'7g if 5 . A -5M. H ii. QQH1 aflpw Ml'w5XE? 1 fM?:fi?f3'k f"51a?. lien WQuS5? ',:. 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EQQWQQR - ' EEF zfbw wfM.H ,HM Q + 4 y ,F A1,n.,x 1 ,a,1.x.u 1.81-U 3 ef"g'- w,,gi,,qp, f 3 EIGHTH GRADE VICE-PRES IDENT Steven Zehnder x 'iv A si W .gew54wwmw5we Hwawm ..a 'V . '- Q25 .miim Hifi tuna ffgwir A '2f?,w4e f I 'Q 3Hi'Q?gwH ,ltl fiat, H r W f 'f4W.g 1 . Q M ff is 1' f ,S SECRETARY TREASURER Ellen Hussey Gretchen Kramer E, WF? W . -1. rn -ff-r -siHir,g a4wmes,5z Fe f -Aw, 1: ., . x . 0 x 5X ,J l , L w , L ragga ' z'ivk5,L'1 'L x :-wfszszw ,A ,V , I lm w L wa", i D? '. Q' an reef ' ' X y u S 1, .., -, 'gr ki f' -P s o A X C . ' K ,ws 5' S ' C lr C' ' if -L, . ' 1 S.-aa IVE , H. f - Q . , 754' Wei. ' xggrdiis 'Q Chg as-do 5 , 0 if Qifx7Qf lx 4 f 4 1 ' 'Phi L 51 K 5 ' , fd K I , 5" 0, r l 1 any X gg lv A . ., . i ' ., 'T- pq'-a.Ha, Esfivmj X 44 3 H Nm . 4 5 -9' I X ,Zyl .., Y My gQgig ggim'lg ggf5QfWY iq. V' A-f-1' , . S it g f 2 gk 3 f,fW W' T , . A -' Ffh ,Lf-' - A t .J af- fr Ly ie!'NM 4 , ,- . as , L ye , as N rj 1 I ,, Q A , . " ' ' .' 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M w aifai , 3,2152 2 22112 askp-s,..-sa :glen 1 -A ' M. if-.. m, ., - I wmv- Ay1jQrvQ.M :x ff ' . '.::w-:IJ is 5 x E it it J. X T ..,l R SEVE TH GRADE VICE-PRESIDENT Claudia Lang F 3 If NEW f 'ax "Q, I 4 1 5 1, 3 I . L-SifJf5.QEisf . -V iiglk JE Qfigwn - sg N- - in Q '3wiwmr'i "' ' - X'E - Qi .5 .,L- W 1 ggi -ik .QEigA XXX -. SECRETARY TREASURER Michelle Hussey Juleen Reckard weak uf u as I I X X :Tj 9 .x,, -wer S,-fsgwggzgl I , nf-.ffi-'gsm . , 3 'kimf mi is wwf Rl . gg t,Ji? 'u3,,, .l i ' . g V K- A rg, ,', ,. . ,gm X ' A 1, f 'I ,Q-gg J EM ' Q J f-is A 1 it VV.,, ,.,, 4 : , Rytc tytc 1 . i1fW.4 vkwig 11' J 'H, ,api 'A ? f "E A 4, nfl 1 M' gk A S ga5aQE22 P ,ev ,gg x E wi Ez., , ffm K i X K Y do Q g - Y" . .. -2 '.'i as ' ' f'w S 8'J .1 X ...' ' "" - X ,.,, ' ' R., ' ' .L ,Rf ., L v' ass, ' ' Y . .1 s . 'Q QP' S' 0 ' Y . www 5 A Q U' if, '3 6 1' I , J krkk . M A f ' ,cya evans '.,V axial V, iw, nw S w J Y 4 fs. iw' - N f Y f 'fs 1 1 sm ge. 5'-' F , if it. 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A ,f:,' 7 ,:t fjfIi,Rm: g Watson, Donal r A ,vqrg 9.15 l ,bl nnuunh- , y f H., alqarfi ' ' xi K . A 1, lit:-. is Wels, Charles Widmann, Kaye Wiederhoeft, Diane Wilke, Gregdry Williamschen, Jon Williamson, Steven Wolle, Joleyn Zoellmer, Armond, Jr. 'Av' sl Yi W 4 ? QE Sq 2 C DIDS 1fQf'lfii if n Qi 1 ? IPA A599 ' X ww: el. QV iv n ., 1 :CL Q- T fav M' s . .. x - 5 -Q ii ,issgfr A X. Eb I' K . I 'till L ni ' ELL gk, 52 L? e n ,.., . . -g f--'- - -ffgffiw-.,,,-31,-Lf.-Qfy-wwf:we5mamammwwwwxwsawmwfswswmww - A mamma mms. mum VALEDICTORIAN D C0-SALUTATORIANS ff Www ww la 2 5 a wjfliow f - M 00, MQW 5' Myrna Rucks, valedictorian, addressed the assembly commencement evening. Myrna was active in the NHS, class play, GAA, Trum- pet, Truhiscan, and Student Councils Myrna plans to attend Long Beach State Colleges Rachel Hansen, co-salutatorian, gave an address at commencement. Rachel was active in chorus, class play, declam, NHS, vocal ensemble, and soloo Rachel will attend Concordia Colleges Shari Sorensen, co-salutatorian, gave an address at commencemento Shari partici- pated in cheerleading, chorus, Trumpet, class play, FTA, GAA, NHS, and soloist. She will attend Mankato State. 'lik mf? f-JERRYH BRYCE HUEMOELLER SHARI SORENSEN JEROME HATCH "w1TTY AND FULL OF SPICE "www AND WISE, A HHE ADDS HUMOR To ENGLISH.. THAT'S OUR BRYCE" TERROR FOR HER SIZE" . 1 I - 1 aff V C,J.L L lx ALL L SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS PRESIDENT. . . , JERRY HATCH VICE PRESR A QBRYCE HUEMOELLER Ni' SECRETARY, . Q ,SHARI SORENSEN TREASURER. . Q Q RACHEL HANSEN STR COUNCIL, . .MARTY PETERSON RACHEL HANSEN HMARTYH 'IN HER ART WE SEE PERFECTIONH MARTHA PETERSON HCUTE AND COLLEGIATEH ww NBOBH JOANNE APPELDOORN LARRY BLOCK ROBERT APP HBLONDE HAIR vm HUMOR OF HIS OwNn HHE SAID IT HIMSELFH DOESNVT MAKE AN ANGELN CHERYL BOCK HKATHYH HSMILE! YOUVRE KATHLEEN BOESCH ON CANDID CAMERAH NWORK CONQUERS EVERYTHINGH -695 HBOBH KAREN BORCHERT RUCKS ROBERT BOLER HTALENT RINGS FROM HER VOICEN 'THE WOLF IN THE FABLEH KEITH CANTINE HJIMN 'W SWELL GUY JAMES DUNN WHEN YOU KNOW HIMH HIS HE ALWAYS LIKE THATYN VTR QQ-'Q "Bom" BONNIE BOLER 'WTTRACTIVE AND ATHLETICH 'ff-"' J m S - 5 ' 1 3 . ,Z Q xl 4 gsm , X' 5: 1- 3 W ROSEMARY BOSSHART 'NEVER TALKING- ALWAYS CONTEMPLATINGH RICHARD ENGKJER HHEVS A WIZ WITH THE FIGURESN sg? HBARBH NKENN BARBARA ERESE KENNETH GREELEY HTHE BLUSH IS HGIRLS cosT Too MUCHH SOMETIMES INCONVENIENTN KAREN HOWELL JOHN HURD HTHE LOVE OF FUN UNONCONFORMIST-THAT'S JOHNH IS HER MAIN CONCERNN HLARRYN MARJORIE KADUCE LAWRENCE JONES 'HER SMILE WILL OPEN HDIAL 'J' FOR JOKESH THE DOORS OF SUCCESSH KJV gif!! SHARON HENTON UHER PERSONALITY BUBBLES LIKE A CHERRY COKEH l""'?' .PN IIBOBII ROBERT JOHNSON NFORTUNE FAVORS THE BRAVEH HTONYH WARREN KAHLER HSHORT, SHORTER, SHORTESTH -fifdvzi A-,pwifn 'WN if, .5-if f 'ul "PH LL" DEANNA KARAU "JIM" PHILIP KANNING HDREAMING IS HER PASTIMEU JAMES KERSTING HANOTHER HENRY FORD?H UTALL AND THIN LOST WITHOUT HIMH 'Lf it xx, S-ff try ww. ,ww PAUL KRAUSE HBEVH CARLEEN LEIMER "To EACH HIS OWN" BEVERLY LANGE "FULL OF PEP "SHE'S CONSTANTLY TALKING" SHELS REALLY HEP" wil irwwr 'hit' ., Eg 1 nf V 'M 2. JANE LEONARD CARMEN LUPKE URAYH HHER EYES SPARKLE NA FRIEND INDEEDH RAYMOND MAUSLING LIKE HER PERSONALITYH HKNOWN FOR HIS 6 GSI? 'dr ,nf uv Q N.. ' s E.. "GRACE" YVONNE NICKERSON HEARE.. ISABEL MIDGLEY "IN BAND SHE PARTICIPATESg EAREARA NESS "WEN IT COMES T0 HELPING IN THIS FIELD SHE ALSO RATES" .ERORE EEE SWEET.. SOME PEOPLE STOP AT NOTHINGH I '53 51' SHARON PETTERSEN IDA LOUHPLENGE LARRY RAHN sHE's QuIEI--- "SHEUS ALWAYQYLRP TO EQVISCHIEEH "OUR LEADING MAN TN TRACK IF You DON'T RNow HERN .. ALL, REAR 4fL ALA my ' I 'L I - U., 'J R 2 Lhfyfix Lf ' ' -5 N14 vvfp, "JERRY" DALE RIIZ MYRNA RUCRS JEROME RAYNEYER v "A FARMER BY TRADE" "WITH PERSONALITY PLUS "IEE DEVIL'S LITTLE EELPER' SRE.S A REAL MUSE.. 4 -f NL!! ' ff!!- .fav 3-49' NEAL RUCKS DARLINE SMITH DONNA SPIDAHL HMAKE HASTE SLOWLYH HHER HAIR so LONG AND LOVELYH 'W LEWISVILLE GAL PROVES A REAL PAL" L ig? KIERAN TEASER MARIE TIM ERMAN HCATHYH HHE ALWAYS TRAVELS SOUTHH HTHOUGH SHEVS NEW CATHERINE TOOTHAKER HER FRIENDS ARENVT FEWH HPRETTY BLUE EYESN "!!""'nv Nm.. KAREN UFER DONALD VOGT "DAVE" :WHY DO HER EYES TWINKLE S0'?ll "A BORN ATHLETE DAVID WARDEN MAN HEUS REALLY NEAI" , ' E' KEEP You FROM EoREDoM" , 5 H LL QM? '-AK I I' I I T 'WY'u' . I V RON" SHARON NILLE "JUDY D WIDMAN "MAY HER JOYS BE AS JUDITH W IN A SOUND BODY" MANY AS HER FRECKLESH "HER HEAR BIG ENOUGH F D ZEHNDER ALICE ZIE ON WRESTLERN UBLONDE HAIRg CLASS FLOWER - WHITE ROSE CLASS COLORS - EMERALD GREEN AND IVORY CLASS MOTTO - "FINISHED, YET BEGINNING." These boys received scholarships: James Kersting B Lewisville Legion, Richard Zehnder - Maxie Bosshart Memorial, and James Dunn - Sioux Falls College Scho: larship. SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT 4 Eggfgiigg bg3::IZx..:1xgi g?Z N 2255351 232555 sniff isgg, The American Legion awards were given to Jerry Hatch and Myrna Rucks. ..., ,KJ :Q Qu -4 Q,-1 . f.-. Karen Ufer was awarded the Elsa Lutz Scholarship. Paul Krause was awarded the Truman Education Association Scholarship. SENIOR AWARDS NIGHT - :iA4. Sgt '.,. ' ff: 133 ... Z, :Tw Q if me N Robert Boler and Sharon Henton received The Outstanding musicians Of the Class the Activities' Awards, of 1964 were two girlso Cheryl Bock received the outstanding award for chor- us, while Yvonne Nickerson received the band award. On May 21 Truman High School initiated Senior Honors Night, which replaced Awards Day. While the band played,the senior class took their places on stage for the presentation of awards. President of the Student Council, Jerry Hatch, was Master of Ceremonies. He opened the program with a speech entitled nThe Value of a Well-Balanced Educationnu Mrq Storby began with the recognition of athletes. He mentioned the track record holders, the football conference trophy, and conference achievements in basketball and wrestlingo Robert Johnson received the HSportsman of the Yearn trophy, Mfg Stenzel gave recognition to senior F.F.A. and F.H.A. members. He recognized the special award winners including the NChapter Farmern-Richard Zehnder and Karen Ufer- uBetty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow.u Mr. Armstrong presented Myrna Rucks an award for her work as Trumpet co-editor and library assistant. He also gave Marty Peterson an award for being the Truhiscan editor. Marty Peterson and Jerry Hatch received recognition for outstanding work in drama. Senior debators and National Honor Society members were recognized for their achievements, These awards were presented by Mrs. Tschettern . Music awards were next. Mr. Norridin awarded each of the senior band members a medal for musical achievements. Named as HOutstanding Senior Band Musiciann was Yvonne Nicker- sona District and State music winners were recognized. Mr, Simon gave each senior choir member a pin for their worka He also recognized District and State music winners, Named as nOutstanding Senior Choir Musiciann was Cheryl Bocku Sharon Henton and Robert Boler were extra-curricular award winners for being most ac- tive in extra-curricular activitieso Mr. Larson presented the Top Ten of the senior class of 1964 with certificates for their scholastical achievements in the past four years. Mrs. Budde presented Paul Krause the TEA Scholarship. This is given to one in the top half of his class who intends to be a teachers The Sioux Falls College Athletic Scholar- ship was awarded to James Dunn by Mrs Fujana Mr. Larson presented the S350 Elsa Lutz Scholarship to Karen Ufer. Mr. Marvin Bosshart presented the Maxie Bosshart Memorial Scholarship to Richard Zehnder. To be eligible for this one must be a wrestler and in the top half of his class, Mro Larry Olson of the Lewisville Legion bestowed the honor of the Legion Award on James Kersting. Truman Post winners, Myrna Rucks and Jerry Hatch, were announced by Mr. Fred Wenzelu The senior class left the stage as the band played nMarch Gloria.n 63 TOP TE First row: Marty Peterson, Shari Sorensen, Myrna Rucks, Rachel Hansen, Second row: Beverly Lange, Jane Leonard, John Hurd, Jerry Hatch, Boni Boler, Karen Ufero TWELVE YEARS TOGETHER First row: Yvonne Nickerson, Judy Wood, Joanne Appeldoorn. Second row: Darline Smith, Sharon Henton, Keith Cantine, Jerry Hatch, Marty Peterson, Rosemary Bosshart. Third row: James Dunn, Raymond Mausling, and Philip Kanning. 64 GRADUATIO 'uf ,N.. R . X '. X DT' Rogness, Cowmencement Speakegv gave Willis Hammond, President of the Board of hls address OH The Three Tenses " Education, presented the diplomas with the assistance of Mrn Larson and Mra Kramer. Mfg Kramer, Mr. Larson, Dr. Rogness, Mr. Hammond, and Father Grubisch. 65 W lCho us f , X O SEN 1 A Ol5ERlX Co C11 2 HEN, , R131 KKAHLER, WARREN 115 R 2 w A 1 2 3 ALA O A 2 A T PET 3 . 1 lf h 0 1 - la P y P.P.. 1 3 A Chorus 1 2 A N 5 Class Play A XJ XCla ey A XX 3 AX A N, ost A' ' .BOSS T, ROSE :ISBN 3 Z yas 0 J A FDHQA 1 A KANNTNG, PHILIP ELD ,ORN J A E ii X A 77 QT T 'Q ggrsjbgll 3 WA add Tig! F.T.3' '2 V 7 153 CO ty 3 sketball 1 2 3 A to la P y A . 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XA YJ TRUMPET 2 3 A LANGE, BEVERLY X CH THLEENXQ! gN CHEL KAY Cgloigspziay A 1 - X X a P. AA Ly kb :Fl A A 2l3 HURD' Mimi FQHQA- 3 4 F.Tl 3 ' VJ Rxxgus trol A Basebal FQTOAD A G,A,,A, 2 AA W Q CP? S 2 A Class Play 3 A Library Assvt A Office Ass' ta A A C ASS Play 3 L' Debate 3 A TRUMPET 3 4' C Ss offmer A FQFAAQ 3 A eclam 2 L, One Act Play A LElMERv CARLEEN FQHDA. 2 3 Wrestling 2 3 A Cheerleader 1 2 3 A BOLER, BONNIE Girls' County 3 Chorus 2 3 Z' ead 2 3 NQHDSO 3 A Ch A f:3:EEib 4 Student Council 3 lass Pla A QE: TRUMPET 2 3 Chor JOHNSON, ROBERT Baseball 1 2 3 A Class Play A fgigfrfiile ELocal Ensemble A D b t A lem we-1 S010 2 3 A DiCi31TlAI- F.T, 2 u Football 1 2 3 A 3 3 --fx P.P.A. 3 A HAT J - qgga aggl unc 4 and 1 , Wrestling l 2 3 A fb B ' 95553 Qi Q , hor 2 -1 JONES, LARRY Lo i.O'B'E'g D U y 3 Z',..bs 1 Class Play A fziagaseb ZFELA las ff A :sax Projectionists 1 as ba 1 2.2 A 3 'RA I g sclkahh-1? 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