Twin City High School - Cardinal Yearbook (Stanwood, WA)

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N-. 2244 Y I J -..3 ,V X, WM 1 XX A-15'--. M f Ilia M5 N NK 6L"L HIL! EWLOZLSO 5 D Volume 15 Published by Associated Students TWIN CITY HIGH SCHOOL Sfonwood, Washington II :P R , ' C, ' mf I' I ix K luis S3 , 'K f xi N, XY f 2 'V X X -I if X 1 fx, K f "N .XX 'X 'U 'jdlf X59 ,P I. , U , 1-it ?-XRK -- ..- kb - ' 12 'XX A . ,f V ' r xxx WV, 9 I ffczsfwf W V. ,., K A. .5 'Jable of Contenta Dedication Adm in istrcltion Seniors Juniors Sophomores Freshmen Activities Sports Advertising Curriculum Calendar 74- 4 i 2 24 28 32 36 52 66 70 73 76 '3onewoncl After one graduates from high school and as he grows older, his ideas of entertainment and friendships change. He may never see many of his classmates again. Each goes his separate way and makes new friends, but occasionally he will think of his years at Twin City High and the friends he made there. We hope that the 1959 volume of "Car- dinal Memories" will serve as a reminder of your high school days and that we have preserved the events of i959 in a way that pleases you . g fl Dedication To our faculty, our school board, our parents, and our townspeople, we dedi- cate the l959 "Cardinal Memories." We hope that in This small way, we can show how much we, as a sfudenf body, appre- ciafe the many things you have done for us This year and in The years gone by. AMANO ISLAND STATE PARK 3141, 53 nf! -.,-fl? f M WNW W Xmmdx W, Ca J g I 9 O I 0 FMQ. v 'iw ,- f ' , U mi H-Lif v H iA--'wvwvivA1-'rawYY-..f,....,,-'f""' RX Aff'-MW, .mm, - 2 Q V: f?.w"""""""""""-M ..,, Q T' V V Y x X -, X X X X XX x V , I X A . M W. X X L X 'Il L,,,Q,.w-W' 'W' ..-,---'- ,M VA- fa' Fang f. ' 3 A M- KM-: f f 7 " . W , ' 1 . ' Li. 41Q7:L1:f " ,P ,. f kg f 'iw-,R xv 1 V 'KNJK il' ,-' Q NN M ,L 1,1 w M if- , L MXN , -'A ""'u-rr ,L i- l .A . ' A Vg' ,, .2 , ,.QHRa,,,S-, ,,?I ,fd K el if lf, , K f..-f-ily, 4r"""' A Our best wishes to each and every member of the Class of '59 at graduation time. May your recollections of high school days be happy ones as you go your various ways. Your record for the past four years has been outstanding and we know that you will keep up the good work. Cecil E. Fisch Superintendent Bound 015 Education STANDING: Bertha lucrgunson, CL-vile E. l:iSL'll. SEATEID1 Duane Gainer, Allen Andwrson, Otto Llitvertsoll, Roy Pearson, Perry W. Huldsworth. "fx 'Fat Congratulations to this class of l959. You have done an outstanding job during your four years of high school. I sincerely hope you find that your time in school was ...lj well worth your efforts in preparing for the post-high school years. l wish each and every one of you every good fortune. 'S 402 Harold Shelton mn. Shelton - Pnincipal t 111 mm 4 ,,, I IIIAX -f IIIFYLIRA lllqiills 9 " A V ,ffl ' ' .'. i 5' It f 'IZDIII if ' llifllll l ff If SSW' l -- an , 7 - """' -vw.. Wlna. Dauiaon - Vice- Pnincipal 6 Counaelon To the Class of 1959: For you, this has been a busy and pleas- ant school year. While forming the found- ation for your future, you have participated in many activities and have had fun. It is my hope that you may never forget your obligations and responsibilities to the Democracy that has macle this and other school years possible. Congratulations and best wishes to each of you . Alice M. Davison ,qw gr , X 3 , W 3 f C 2 ' 4 Q-all 'I I a I 1:- 1--an- wxwamvm 3 1 g 5 - ,- 3, V e .K Q1 'V ww-U' " Hvffh L X Y, Q!!! QL Ox W 1115, j1i,q1,Qun,d www Jhlwfyrwluct If X! -ftm 2 40 , MWJQM a Mu. sc,OUELu3R, Boys'Pl1ysiu1 umrion, und Driving MR. PULI5, Agrikululru, Ucllgilhl Qlw IELI- 1 fw N . Q f , ,. LJ! J L7,'L 3 ,fn X MQ 35, ' - 1 , ::.9.1.I.ox , -L H rw, M- Q.-f r'w+'-f , ,, W S , -A 1 . t 3 ,ff l i A .7"" HW' Mfr E ' Mn l Z 3 -,.Z'f..,LZ, L 2-'73 4, j Q 'Qi' Q1 .sw1J. 'ef p1vv,v Mi.A.rLfi MLS Hx,-7 Y WV, i X K tg? H gyjw- A ,f - V1 -gg zqgjwk k Mahan .2 ' 'E I I v.. 1 --nn-.... W 'iii M 'vii 'KP l ,aaa-9 a 'Clngn if 5 4 vile 'Cu Qui vii: Ii! ......... , ,W-...... ,lamp a 1 ,,,,.,...--c- 'Ike Keepena 015 the E M Bnoom Req 'Hilla Ken Weacott Gun Chaublgeuna MOL BUS, swarm Eng. .. d ' BACK ROW: Roy Anderson, Ray Kronse, Clarence Berry, limus Larson, Loren Parker, Ernest Croiser, Boyd Parrish John Jones, Ray Lnnd. ,FRONT ROW: Don Goff, Jim Anderson, Stanley Hedlnnd. I I if .M fm mf ,Qu Q 'WWW Lf Xt I 2 4 0 x fl I 1 X' XX l v A X a 1 A v Q , x Q f' M 4" K lvl., QT Ji L 'ff ? ffflf' , 1 Oblgicena H iatofuf When we were Freshmen we were gay, The Soph-Frosh party led the way, We made ourselves known as time went by, that care-free year, how it did fly. ln our Sophomore year we washed cars, Some of us got our first Torch bars, In school affairs we placed our names, Full of spirit, loyal at games. We passed into our Junior year, Painting numerals bright and clear, We had a Prom and a seniors banquet, Our Junior Assembly we'll never forget. At last we were Seniors, and proud to be, We sponsored a play for all to see, Mr. Conley ,,,, Advisor Mr. Doucettc , , , Advisor Mike Kilian , ,Vice-President David Fisher, , , Treasurer Lynn Carlson , , President Carol Garrison ,,,, Class Representative Susan Krogstad , , Secretary Another assembly was such fun to do, Senior Ball, graduation, and it was through. This is our history, but this isn't all, There are many moments we each recall, Our class now leaves these years behind, With only memories in your mind. Charlotte Sloss 14 if '?..'!' ELLEN BARNES "Quietly she walks among us. " Entered from Edmonds 35 Girls'Club Booth, 3,4. ANN BERNHARDT "Like a star she shines." Band 1, 2, 3,45 Tri Trio 1, 2, 35 G.A. A. 1, 2, 3,45 Letter- women 3, 45 Tennis Team 3,45 Song Leader 45 Paper Staff 1, 2, 35 Ir. Red Cross 35 Sr. Girl's Quartet 45 Band Convention 2. DORINE BOTTEN "Character is a pearl of great price." Store Clerk 45 Band 15 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterwomen 4, Letterwomen Officer 45 All High Revue 35 Paper Staff 35 Cafeteria 1. GERTRUDE BURRIS "The doors of her heart are open to all." Band 15 G.A.A. 3,45 All High Revue 25 Library 3,45 Class Play 3. W 'T-"""'---.R ' 5 R .I ,r Iwi if, 5 f' 'g r . 4, N u wx E, Q- FR L, 3 LYNN CARLSON "Her leadership and friend- ly way will put her name in lights some day. " Entered from Seattle 25 Tri- Trio 2, 35 B. of C. Rep. 25 Class Officer 3,45 Torch Hr. 2, 3,45 Student day 45 Paper Staff 2, 3, 45 Girls' State 45 Sr. Girl's Quartet 45 Student Congress 45 Leadership Conf. 45 Music Acc. 2, 3, 4. DAN CHAPMAN "He lives his life his own way. Entered from San Leandro 35 Torch Honor 2, 3, 4. EDITH CHEEVER "One among a thousand. " Paper Staff 45 Chorus 1, 45 Class Assembly 3. WES LEY CLARK "His thoughts are a mystery to all." Service Club 12, 3,45 F.F,A. 1, 2, 3, 4. P s 1 li ,f"x ek.-en ,- -......---""? uv Povaomo Q :ww me semor. i a m Q '-4.49" QQNAOQ SAI-E-S ORAN FJARLIE " tx hat would he do without the teatn and what would the team do without him?" Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen 2, 3, 45 Service Club 151411 High Play 35 F.F.A. 1,2,3,4, F.F.A. Officer 2,4. KAREN FORTIN "She loves to talk, " Office Staff 45 Band 1, 25 Tri-Trio 2, 35 G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Drill Team 15 Letterwomen 45 Tennis Team 2,3,45 Yell Leader 3, 45 Class Officer 15 All High Revue 35 Torch Honor 2, 3,45 Student Day 2, 35 Paper Staff 1, 2, 3,45 Career Day 35 Sr. Girls Ouartet 45 Leaders Conference 45 Program Com. 4. DELBERT FOX "I don't mind work5 I can sleep right through it." Football 15 Chorus 45 F.F.A, 1. DENNIS FRIMML "A man after his own Heart. " Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Lettermen 2, 3,45 Representative to B. of C. 35 A.S.B. President 45 Torch Honor 2, 3,4, Torch Honor Planning Board 45 Student Day 3,45 T.V. Press Conference 3. JOHN PURE "A quiet 110311, he is steady of purpose. " Football 35 Basketball Q5 Baseball 1, 2, 3,45 Lettermen 2, 3, 4 Service Club 1,25 F.F.A. 1,2. Y K X' 'ho' ' .law L., i f . ,..4.,.N I' 1.1 H ah- mm ffzwuhaof- hr it an N. .4 .f Q M 15" n 1 . za uw- ,f l 0 I Q l lun., ss ' 3l ' V' nun-..u,.., 'lT'i n '1i.."".Z.'EE? 'D T" Iilffv . an Req mm- BU suxxxm mg . 'Dwrnnur BACK ROW: Roy Anderbon Ray Kronse Clarenne Berry Emns Larson Loren Parku LFl19SIf.,fO156l' Boyd PHFTIS11 John Jones, Ray Lnnd FRONT ROW Don Goff Inn Anderson btanley Hullnnd JQ, , I 1 5 own gfaso ,QU K Www LF I 1 r XX ja X ff 3 X . , X X gl 21 Hx 1 A X I Ik 1' xg I X V , 31 ju 21 lrj. I fl ll - ' ' lg H iatouq When we were Freshmen we were gay, The Soph-Frosh party led the way, We made ourselves known as time went by, that care-free year, how it did fly. In our Sophomore year we washed cars, Some of us got our first Torch bars, In school affairs we placed our names, Full of spirit, loyal at games. We passed into our Junior year, Painting numerals bright and clear, We had a Prom and a seniors banquet, Our Junior Assembly we'll never forget. At last we were Seniors, and proud to be, We sponsored a play tor all to see, Gbbicena Mr. Conley ,,,, Advisor Mr. Doucette , , , Advisor Mike Kilian , ,Vice-President David Fisher, , , Treasurer Lynn Carlson , , President Carol Garrison ,,,, Class Representative Susan Krogstad , , Secretary Another assembly was such fun to do, Senior Ball, graduation, and it was through. This is our history, but this isn't all, There are many moments we each recall, Our class now leaves these years behind, With only memories in your mind. Charlotte Sloss 14 hw ELLEN BARNES "Quietly she walks among us." Entered from Edmonds 35 Girls'Club Booth, 3,4. ANN BERNHARDT "Like a star she shines. " Band 1, 2, 3,45 Tri Trio 1, 2, 35 G.A. A. 1, 2, 3,45 Letter- women 3, 45 Tennis Team 3,45 Song Leader 45 Paper Staff 1, 2, 35 Ir. Red Cross 35 Sr. Girl's Quartet 45 Band Convention 2. DORINE BOTTEN "Character is a pearl of great price." Store Clerk 45 Band 15 G.A.A. 1, 2, 3,45 Letterwomen 4, Letterwomen Officer 45 All High Revue 35 Paper Staff 35 Cafeteria 1. GERTRUDE BURRIS "The doors of her heart are open to all." Band 15 G.A.A. 3,45 All High Revue 25 Library 3,45 Class Play 3. 3 qi' ,l,,W??fVV,n4 4 Q K .V R ,Q . :fats eirf isr, ' ' xxx? 5 5 i . To T 2 A ,a4f. A: . Q T " . ' " 1 , c 5 ' N C' M G, Q.. Q L, S LYNN CARLSON " Her leadership and friend- ly way will put her name in lights some day." Entered from Seattle 25 Tri- Trio 2, 35 B, of C. Rep. 25 Class Officer 3,45 Torch Hr. 2, 3,45 Student day 45 Paper Staff 2, 3, 45 Girls' State 45 Sr. Girl's Quartet 45 Student Congress 45 Leadership Conf. 45 Music Acc. 22, 3, 4. DAN CHAPMAN "He lives his life his own way Entered from San Leandro 35 Torch Honor 2, 3, 4. EDITH CHEEVER "One among a thousand." Paper Staff 45 Chorus 1, 45 Class Assembly 3. WESLEY CLARK "His thoughts are a mystery to all." Service Club 2, 3, 45 F. F. A, 1, 2, 3, 4. 7 Q 1 las.-.., JERRY CORFEE "Without at care he goes through life," Baseball Manager 2, rl, -1, Football Manager 391, Lettermen 2,l3,-1, Service Club 1, Chorus 4, Paper Staff 4, F.F.A. 1. JANET EILERTSEN "The glory of a woman is her hair," G.A.A. 1, 2,3, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, ll, Letterwomen 1, -1, All High Play 1, 2, 3, Torch Honor 2, 3,4, Student Day 4, Paper Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, An- nual Staff 4. DAVID FISHER "What's so hard about get- ting into mischief. " Football 1, 2, :3,4, Basket- ball 1,2,1l, 1, Track 1,2, 3, 4, Lettermen 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen Officer 4, Ser- vice Club 1, Projector Operator 2, Representative to B. of C. 1, Class Of- fice 3 4, Annual Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Assembly Ll. at S 1 , ..,.,.--- Se QQNQOQ 551-5 ORAN FJARLIE what would he do without the team and what would the team do without him',"' Football 1, 3, 3, 4, Basketball 3 1 Lettermen rvice Club 1, All High Play 3 F F A Officer 2,4. KAREN FORTIN She loves to talk. " Office Staff 4, Band 1, Q, Tri Trio Drill Team 1, Lerterwomen 1 Tennis Team 2 3 4 Yell Leader 3, 4, Class Officer 1 All High Revue 3 Torch Honor Z, 73,4, Student Day 2, 3, Paper Staff 1 2 '2 Career Day 13, Sr. Girls Quartet 4, Leaders Conference 4 Program Com. 4. DELBERT FOX "l don't mind work, I can sleep right through it Football 1, Chorus 4, F.F.A 1 DENNIS FRIMML "A man after his own Heart Football 1,2,Il,4, Basketball 1 Track 1 2 'Z 4 lettermen 2, 3,4, Representative to B. of C 3 A S B President 4 Torch Honor 2, 3,4, Torch Honor Planning Board Student Day 3,4, T.V. Press Conference 3 IOHN FURE "A quiet man, he is steady of purpose Football 3, Basketball Q, Ba eball 1 Z 3 4 Letterinen Z 5 4 Service Club 1,2, F.F.A.1 'll' 1 CAROL GARRISON " In her face is seen the map of honor, truth and loyalty.' Chorus 13 G.A.A, 2, 33 Drill Team 13 B. of C. Represent- ative 43 Class Officer 23 Torch Honor 2, 3, 4, Torch Honor Planning Board 43 Student Day 43 Class Assembly 3. IERRY GILBERTSON "Talk ofthe devil and his horns appear." Football 1, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 2, 3,43 Track 1, 23 Letter- men 43 Service Club 23 Band 1, 2, 3. IEANNETTE GRINDE "Born a leader, born a friend, born to have a happy end. Store 23 Office Staff 43 G,A.A, 2, 3,43 Class Officer 23 All High Revue 3,43 Torch Honor 2, 3,4, Torch Honor Officer 4, Torch Honor Planning Board 43 Student Day 3, 43 Annual Staff 43 Career Day 3. BILL GRISSOM "I'm little but so was Napoleon. " Basketball 13 Baseball Manager 13 Football Manager 123 Lettermen 2, 3, 43 Service Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Projector 1, 2, 3, 43 Boy's Club Cab, 1. STANLEY HANSON "Why should the devil have all the good times?" Football Manager 13 Lettermen 2, 3,43 Service Club 13 Projector Z3 Office Staff 4g Chorus 1, Chorus Board 13 Class Assembly 3. 32 X134 ' ff""x5CffK t - I cfR,w-as Si-.wtcsfi rvxgvcggqs ""f'5"" A tk X VIRGINIA HEAVEN "There is mischief in this woman. " G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 43 G. A, A, Officer 33 Letterwomen 2, 3, 43 Tennis Team I, 2, 3, 43 B, of C. Representa- tive 13 Girl's Club Officer 23 Torch Honor 2, 3, 43 Student Day 3,43 Jr. Red Cross 13 Lounge Murals 4. MARILYN HIGGINS "What sweet delight a quiet life affords." Chorus I, 4. JERRY HOOD "An all-around good guy. Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Letter- men 4. 5, ff al 4.7 1 51 N' Ti ,B 'fe 'ld' .....,,-v , E ss' Q' Y I N?-.Y . X: , . IACK IHDE " A spark of mischief in his eye, but underneath a real swell guy." Basketball lg F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,4, F.F. A. Officer 4. ANN JOHNSON "A quiet girl she is-- sometimes." Chorus 1g G.A.A. 1,2, 3,4g Drill Team 1, 3g Letterwomen 3,4g Ten- nis Team 1g All High Play 3g All High Revue 3g Ir. Red Cross 1. CHICKEE JOHNSON "She would stop Saint Peter to ask a question.' Store 4g G. A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Letterwomen 2, 3,4, Lerterwomen Officer 3g All High Revue 3g Class Play 3. If All yi 1 f, Bef? EQ.lli,fgN ff! lf lt ' His 'f X-A .LJ . fi! . it S E. N I olnbi'-M-fBM'K' if-'wif MIKE KILIAN "Men may come and men may go but I go on forever." Football 1, 2, 3,4g Basketball lg Track 1g Lettermen 3, 4, Lettermen Officer 4g Class Officer 3, 4g Torch Honor 2, 3, 4, Torch Honor Officer 2, 3, Torch Planning Board 4g Student Day 3,4g Career Day 3g Leaders Conference 3. JANET KLETT "Character is a diamond that scratches every other stone.' Band1gTri-Trio 3g G.A.A. 1, 2, 3, 4g Drill Team 1, 2, 3,4 Letterwomen 2, 3, 4g Tennis Team 2, 3, 4g Girls' Club Cab. Annual Staff 4g Homecoming Royalty 1g Career Day 3g Girls' State 3g Leaders' Conference 4. RALPH KRAMLICK A 'Ng Y 109' tw... "Full of logic but mischief outshines by far." Football 1g Basketball Basketball Manager 1g Service Club 1g Chorus Board 3, Chorus 3g Choraliers 1, 2, 3g All High Revue 3. DICK KREBS "When I feel like exercising I just lie down until the feeling goes away." Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Lettermen 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Officer 35 F.F.A. 1,2, F.F.A. Officer 25 Jr. Red Cross 2. SUSAN KROGSTAD "I love athletics ---- and athletes." Band lg G.A.A. l,2,3,4, G.A.A. Officer 4g Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4g Letterwomen 2, 3, 4g Tennis Team 2, 3, 4g Girl's Club Cab. 4g Annual Staff 4g Homecoming Royalty 2, 3. 'ld 'zz'- 3, 4g Class Officer 2g Torch Honor 1, 3,4g Student Day 4g CAROLEE KVANDE "One whose word and deed you cannot predict." Office Staff 45 G.A.A. 3,45 Paper Staff 35 Class Assem- bly 35 Entered from Nakusp, Canada. CHARANNE LAAN "Let not your heart be troubled." Band 15 G.A.A. l,2, 3,45 Drill Team 1,25 Letterwomen 1, 2, 3,45 Tennis Team 1, 2, 3,45 Annual Staff 4. PEGGY LARSON "A blush is the color of virtue. " Band 1,25 G.A.A. 1,2,3,45 Drill Team 1,2,3,45 Letter- women 1, 2, 3, 4, Letterwomen Officer 45 Girls Club Cab. 45 Torch Honor 1, 2, 3,45 Student Day 45 Assistant Drill Leader 35 Class Assembly 3. DeWAYNE LERVICK "A good man does good by merely living." Football 35 Service Club 15 F.F.A. 1,2, 3. LAURA LILGREEN "Life is not so short that there is time for courtesy." Chorus 45 G.A.A. 2, !3,4. PATSY LINDAHL "She looks like an angel, and acts like one too5 but you never can tell what an angel will do." G.A.A. 1, 2, 35 Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Letterwomen 3, 45 All High Revue 35 Class Assembly 3. J r A 'Qt 4 'Viz A v---up Xi W! fx W 3-...- -F A My is it f is H. 3- f Q "iii tf X 'Lt 3 Ffgfi A 15-g':L2-...W 5E.lklg0Q' QL.-'XY' qfu? 'N-uw SHIRLEY LINDELL "A recipe for being cute. G. A. A. 3, 4, G. A. A, of ficer 45 Drill Team 3, 45 Letterwomen 3,45 Torch Honor 3, 4, Torch Honor Planning Board 45 Student Day 4: Class Assembly 35 Student Congress 45 Ter- ritorial Daughters Award 35 Entered from Edmonds. MONTY LOOP "A sportsminded man is never dull, " Football 2, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Lettermen 2, 3, 45 Service Club 11: F.F.A. 15 Class Assembly 3. 'Z air' JEANIE MAGUIRE "Let me talk and I shall die happy. " Office Staff 4, Chorus Board 3,4, Chorus 3,4, Tri-Trio 2, 3, G.A.A. 1, Drill Team 4, All High Revue 2, Paper Staff 2, 3, 4, Paper Editor -1, Sr. Girl's Quartet 4, Program Chairman 3. COLLEEN MQCORMICK "A daughter of the gods, divinely tall and most divinely fair." Office Staff 4, Band 1, G.A.A.1,2,3,4,C1.A.A Officer 3, Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Song Leader 3,4, Class Officer 1, All High Revue 3, 4, Torch Honor 2, 35, 4, Torch Honor Planning Paper Staff 1,2,3,4, Ca- reer Day 3, Leaders' Con- ference 3, Program Chair- man 1, Paper Staff Assist- ant Editor 2. Board 4, Student Day 3, 4, f aivmt of .1 Juniata- Semaoil BANQUET WAYNE MCKEAN "There is no treasure that can be compared to a faithful friend." Basketball 1, 2, 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Lettermen 1, 2, 3, 4, Service Club 1,2, Coke 1, F.F.A. 1,2,3, F.F.A. Officer 2, 3, lr. Red Cross 1, Nat'l F.F.A. Conference 3, 2nd High F. F.A. 3, Parliamentary Procedure 2, 3. JOANN MITCHELL "Short and sweet and hard to beat." Chorus 1. ARLENE MOA "The most wasted day of all is that in which we have not laughed. " Band 1, G.A.A. 1,2,3,-1, lr. Red Cross 1. BOB NESLUND "Long on brains as well as stature." Service Club 4, Class Representative 2, A.S.B. Secretary 2, A.S.B. Treasurer 4, All High Revue 2, 3, Torch Honor 2, 3, 4, Torch Honor Planning Board 4, Student Day 3, 4, Paper Staff 1, 2, F.F.A. 1,2, 3, F.F.A. Officer 3, Boys' State 3, Leadership Conference 4, Acc. 1, 2, 3,4, T.V. Press Conference 3, 4, Sports Announcer 2, 3, 4, F.F.A. Public Speaking 2, 3. MARY NIELSON .. .41 s., "She has a smile for every girl and two for every boy." Chorus Board 3, Tri-Trio 2, 3, Choraliers 3, G.A.A. 1, .fi,.-::5'2'3'H - .- 'fan , r - f - .f W. ' 'g,J..hr'- 9 -1:5-2555-'af 'iffzfffz 2'b fr v- 4, .. ,M ' .A'.,f" ' 2, 3, B. of C. Representative 3, All High Revue 2, 3. JOHN OLSON "All mankind loves a lover." Football 1- Basketball 1- Track 1 2- Service Club 1- Band 1 2- Band Board 2- Choraliers 1- Torch Honor 2 3 4 Torch Honor Officer 3- Student Day 3 4. 'Qt Y'-"eva ft 'H -:af MARY MARGARET O LS EN "I agree with no man's opinion. I have some of my own." Chorus 35 Tri-Trio 3,45 Choraliers 35 G.A.A. 1, 2. 3: B. of C. Representative 35 All High Revue 2, 3. NANCY OLSON "Give me laughter or give me death." Chorus 1, 25 G.A,A. 45 Class Assembly 3. ROGER OLSEN "The less a man thinks the more he talks." Football 1,25 Service Club 1, 25 F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,45 Class Assembly 3. CARL PEARSON "Speak up man ---- and make yourself heard." Football lg Basketball 25 Baseball Manager 35 bettermen 45 F,F,A, 1,2,3,4, F.F.A, Officer 4. MARLENE PEARSON "As good as gold." Ir. Red Cross. is N fx 5 fr x M54 1 f P' A av' I 3 J -WWW V l 1 4,57 C173 A We xg, iw 1 1 IACQUENETTA PIERCY "A living jewel dropped unstained from heaven." Chorus 35 Paper Staff 45 Grade School Office 45 Library 45 Entered from Canada 2. LARRY RANES "The noblest mind has the best contentment." Football 3,45 Baseball 2, 35 Lettermen 2, 3, 45 Projector 21. GARY REINECKE "Why worry about the fu- ? ture?" Football 15 Track 2, 35 Track Manager 15 Lettermen 1, 2, 45 Chorus 1. -P' if mg Q rC.L..AS9 91CN Q' ' 1' I fur' MIKE ROSCOVIUS "To be strong is to be IUPPY- U Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 1,25 Lettermen 2, 12, 4. JOHN SIMONSON "I have no parting sigh, so take my parting smile." Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1,2,45 Baseball 1, 2, 3,45 Service Club 1,25 F.F.A. l,2,3. CHARLOTTE SLOSS "True happiness resides in things unseen. " Projector 45 Tri-Trio 2, 35 G.a.A. z,3,45 All High Revue 235 Torch Honor 3, 45 Student Day 45 Paper Staff 2, 3,45 Career Day 35 Girl's Ensemble 45 Class Assembly L35 Entered from Minneapolis 2. JOHN TENGELIN "Doing good is the only happy action of a man's life." Baseball Manager 3, 45 Lettermen 45 Service Club 35 F.F.A. 1. 'R o 'N - ,, A . D if of u . t ff t .5 g l 5 L - E , wr Cv 52. A U L: A 'r I O U DENNIS THOMPSON "Politeness smoothes wrinkles. " Chorus 1. RALPH WALLS "Beware the fury of a patient man. " Service Club 1. 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. 1, 2. MIKE WARNER "My memory is the thing I forget with. " Basketball 15 Track Manager lg Iettermen 2, 3, 4, Lettermen Officer 35 All High Play 35 Paper Staff 4. GAIL WEERDA "She filled the air with melody." Chorus Board 2, Chorus 1, Z, 3,45 Choraliers 1, 2, 35 All High Revue 35 All Northwest Choir 25 Choir in Bellingham 25 Contest 1, 3. ei' Senior: 'Janewell We leave behind us, the memories ofthe past. As our happy years together, have gone by so fast. Soon we'll iourney forward, all on our separate ways, lnto fields as yet unknown, to spend the coming days. If we've let the time pass, with only thoughts for fun, We've tried to make amends, in the serious things we've done. We give our place to others, our name is also theirs. We've esteemed it highly, with the honor that it bears. Let our spirit and our energy, inspire you in life's games. May they be the guideposts, to help you in your aims. Forgive us, on our parting, the tears we cannot hide. For in times to come we know, we won't walk side by side. The many ioyful moments, we've had to share with you. Will live with us Forever, although we say adieu. fi' 3 if '5 Cz! SENAOR, Cane'-f'5E IANICE WILLIAMS "She smiles at the world and the world smiles baLk at her. Band l, 2,3g Tri'Tric 2,3g G. A.A. lg Yell Leader 4g Girls' Club Cab. lg Class Officer 2g All High Review 2g Torch Honor 2, 3g Annual Statl 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross lg Leadership Conference 2, 4g Brass Sextet 2. JUDY HANSON, Fjarlie "Civilized Men cannot live without cooks. " Band l,2g G.A.A. l,2,3g Letterwoinen l, 2, Tennis Team l,2g Class Officer lg All High Review 3g Paper Staff 3g All High Play lg Librarian 4. O, no 'W Xfefvww K W W" Rip, ,, 5" .ff F I . srifff 5 wk H W 3 ,M ,P W. 5 if 1 fd Wwigkx A w ,- 'fs fr 101111 a55cjLn12!3 YL7 'J Q' fgfi. qs:-515 "1 Q g 3 , W1 'tr Ie-. 1 -- f, ,JN xx FJ I! gg-W All' '63 W Obbiceua Mrs. Rygg, Adviserg Sharon son, Adviser, Lyle Erickson, Class Representative, Karen Granston, Vice-Presidentg Ethel Turk, Treasurer, Sue Hall, Pres ident. flunion -Hiatonq Dear Diary: September 3, T958 Today school started! We have at last reached the status of "upperclassmen. " This year should be a ball for everyone in our class. Susan Hall, class president, and the rest of the class officers have really lined up activities for the whole year. I forgot! The other officers are Karen Granston, vice-president, Sharon Schneider, secretary, Ethel Turk, treasurer, and Lyle Erickson represents the class on the Board of Control. Dear Diary: September 4, T958 Today Mr. Shelton announced that our class advisers will be Mrs. Rygg and Mr. Johnson. They tried to be brave when they heard the news, but I could see the gray hairs coming out. Dear Diary: September 19, T958 Tonight our football team played Marysville. The Junior class sponsored the mixer following the game. The decorating committee chose the theme, "lt's All in the Game. " Dear Diary: November T4 T958 This was a night. We gave our Junior Prom, "South Pacific." The hall carried out the theme of a tropical paradise--"Bali-Hai, " orchids, palms, and tropical birds. iTomorrow morning we have to get up bright and early to scrub and polish cars at our car-wash.l Dear Diary: Tonight we honored the Class of '59 at the Junior-Senior banquet. lt's sad to see them leave, but that will promote us to the standing of Seniors. After ll long years, l think we've earned it! '26 Schneider, Secretary, Mr. John- ,ggi V. W.eJ J A -f e 5 se.. X t W W .2444 an w 5 L,. All Q. - at 1' Mm 'H' 40' .- A If J 'lic W w 99 x ' 'H' Q ' V Q- A "' 324' - N ' no 1-'V ,.., -A ii i f M W N 71 .vas y. qi , , ww , 2 UDV! 16155 VX Wm D 0 f CAUTION 1- s ygg Xi- g xp A Ji, 0 s q ' x l K 5 Xi Q ff N -sm! ' Ml wh" X 5 RR 1 - s V lr, fi 2 5 ' xl J 1' 'X ' I 3 1. 7 L, 48 .. 1' ,X i A 1 , Kg' U KE ai f, ,, A. q ez J' V 'if 5 h?Em S s gg 1. Obbicena Mr, Mahnkey, Adviserg Tom Fortin, Presidentg Linda Day- ment, Treasurerg Karen Christensen, Secretaryg Mrs. Johnson, Adviser, Corky Carl- son, Vice-Presidentg David Brudvik, Class Representative. A ' , W 3 V V ,, if Sophomone Hiatonq The returning sophomores prepared for an active year Under President Tom Fortin assisted by Vice-President, Corky Carlson, Secretary, Karen Christensen, Treasurer, Linda Daymentp Board of Control Representative, Dave Brudvik. The sophomores sponsored a mixer after the Langley foot- ball game, welcomed the freshmen with a party, and entertained the student body with an assembly. Additional activities were: Sophomore car wash, sold coke and candy at home games, and sponsored other mixers that were well attended and pronounced successful . It has been a happy year! 30 TUB' 'MW iff? BACK ROW: John Bernhardt, Dave Brndvik, John Eilertsen, Corky Carlson, Bruce Campbell, Delbert Daniel son, Mike Britsch, Frank Burris. MIDDLE ROW: Carter Collins, Greg Bloom, Donna Bowers, Joan Ellingson, Lela Carroll, Sharon Davenport, Karen Christensen. FRONT ROW: Sharon Corfee, Esther Benson, Margaret Albert, Madeline Eckman, Linda Dayment, Kathy Ellis, Linda Decotean, Barbara Barrett, Dorothy Barnes, .99 '11 Q 'U BACK ROW: Ben llnre, Torn Fortin, Corky Hainmons, Calvin Johnson, Bill Pure, Myron lforstrotn, Mike Erickson, Steve Hall. MIDDLE ROW: Clinton Kallock, Diane Holbeck, Susan Heichel, Susan Yonn ren, Lynda Maclson, Cheryle Murphy, Eleanor Linquist, Carol Ronnei, Dorothea Phillips. FRONT ROW: Donna Gregg, Mary Hamilton, Karen Higgins, Mary Johnson, Delores Fnre, Vickie Haba, Mary Ellen Hegeberg, Jeanette Hicks. 31 1 5, 2 Q E Q f E f X . 5 Q W 52 X Q Q 5 i E 1 bv 9 E is U K, S 3 2 R 3 2 E 3 K 1 X f E X ? f X : 2 f' if 5 ,ff X fe- ? Q if f X' fwxj 1 1 2 X X ,,.. E- X 1 X ' 'TD ,. ,f X a KJ f KX X TN ' Ll wuig Q Q I i 2 if L7 y1GJ8 0 June J .. lr!! M, f ' I! 'Ut LM- ' 'xblfflfh' A.'A, ' ff"'M ' f'W"fT'1f'f'f'l.L Glgbicena Mr. Polis, Adviserg Mrs. Fulmer, Adviserg Jim Joyce, Presidentg George Broz, Class Representative Karen Anderson, Secretaryg Jim Vaara, Vice-Presidenrg Gary Worthington, Treasurer. '-"' '-wi , Q, ...,..s.,.,,. ,,. ,, ,K lgwaw . A 'ffneahman -l-liatonq Well l June third is here already. It iust seems like yesterday that 42 girls and 46 boys, panic stricken and excited, came to Twin City High School as Freshmen. Like all the other Freshman classes, fthe class of "62" was no exceptionl we thought that we were going to be the "cocks of the walk." After finding out who had top priority in our school, things went pretty smooth. In the early part of the fall, an election for the Freshman class officers was held. The results of that election were as follows: President ..... . Jim Joyce Vice-President . . . . Jim Vaara Secretary. . . . . . Karen Anderson Treasurer ...... Gary Worthington Student Council Member . . . George Broz The girls' P.E. class also elected our Freshman G.A.A. representative, Brenda Loop. After the Twin City-Arlington game, Gctober l7, 1958, the Freshman mixer was held. The committees for the mixer were: Publicity, Barbara Bloom, Elaine Anderson, Decorations, Kathy Schaeffer, Lincla Amundson, Records, George Broz, Chaperone, Ronnie Hansen, Clean-up, Jim Joyce. The theme chosen for the mixer was "Voo-doo. The Freshmen sold candy and coke at the ball games and did a fine job of adding to the class treasury. We would not have been able to follow through in many cases if it had not been for our class advisers, Mrs. Fulmer and Mr. Polif. Il 34 I--. ff' ,, . 5 'VY' Nara . , . i Q.q 9 5 . k,.i fiif ' e if Q.,...,KfQ A 'X l Q 5 from mas J Umm YQ? ff Nag V 'IQ fkofy -M N X:-If ,iw 0 Xxx qs Q R. ,, H Q 4 . XXPXI, VWVP , XXX SMX, XX Ny, fix . P", L - 5 qv 'Q V Q gg 1 H gf X 60 Q' 4 g 'Af -' . 1 we 1 f ' ' 'Q' -94 Z el Q ff 8' X 2 ' LW aff , U + 1 ' rg ff I ka 4,115 , . Q 5 'Yr W Q51 4' , ,E Q? 'M 4 is f' 4 , ' ,,' 1 5,7 . - Y 4 W Bound 015 Contuol FIRST SEMESTER , 'YV N1 STANDING: George Broz, Freshmen Representative, Lyle Erickson, Junior Representative, Jev Shelton, Vice President, Dave Brudvik, Sophomore Representative, Mr. Shelton, Adviser. SEATED: Bob Neslund, Treasurer, Judy Schei, Program Chairman, Karen Neslund, Secretary, Carol Garrison, Senior Representative, Mrs. Davison, Adviser, Dennis Frirnml, President. SECOND SEMESTEI l Qf.fff ll v-14 X "hrs STANDING, Mr, Shelton, Adviser, Ron Hanson, Freshmen Representative, Delbert Danielson, Sophomore Representative, Mrs. Davison, Adviser, Dick Krebs, Senior Representative, Bob Neslund, Treasurer, SEATED: Mark Youngren, Junior Representative, Jev Shelton, Vice m K Q' President, Jeanie Maguire, Secretary, Mike Kilian, President, Ann Bernhardt, Program Chair- man. BACK ROW: Colleen McCormick, Denny Frirnml, Bob Nesiund, Jev Shelton, Jeannette Grinde, Mike Kilian. FRONT ROW: Mrs. McCormick-Adviserg Shirley Lindell, Mary Kretschmer, Carol Garrison, Maxine Engebretsen. Planninq Bound Chniatmaa at the Sunaet Home Annual Staff ifrvfiiivw t Art Editor Dan Stovner: Assistant Bus- EACK ROW: Apgrentice Business Mana?er, Dave Brudvik, Assistan , , mess Manager, ev'Sheltong Business Iv anager, Dave Fisher: Assistant School Editor, Mary Kretschnier, Adviser, Mrs. Davison. I-RONT ROW: Typists: Charanne Laan, Susan Krogstad, Janet Klett: School Editor, ' ' ' Editor, Karen Neslundg Art Editor, Janet Eilertsen, Janice Williams, Editor, Jeannette Grinde, Assistant Candinal 'Jlaah L nn Carlson- Editor, Jeanie Maguire, BACK ROW: Margaret Albert, Macushla Reilly, Exchan e Editor, y , Donita Blackford, Edith Cheever, Judy Schei, Kathy Scgiaeffer, Assistant Editor, Deanna Wahl: Linda Amundson, Carol Husby, Colleen McCormick, Assistant Editor, Karen Neslund, Jennifer Randall, Susan Hall, Sports Editor, Mike Warner. FRONT ROW: Madeline Eckinan, Lela Carroll, Linda Dayinent, Karen ' ' ' k and Mrs. Berce, Char Sloss, Art Editor, Janet Eilertsen. Fortin, Advisers: Mrs, McCorimc 42 Obbicena Son, Treasurer, Jim Parrish, SCCFC taryg Oran Fjarlie, Presidentg lack Ihde, Reporter: NF- Pom' Advlser Carl Pearson, Vice-President. 'Jutuue '3'aflmefza 91 ,af, Q ifsifi ' 3 M 4404 X BACK ROW' Jack llide Ora F' , E 749 ,Milt -an Wm . , n jarlie, John Carroll, Bill Clieever, Bill Rod, Ronnie Nielsen. MIDDLE ROW: Walter Mefford, Jim Parrish, Bernard Lindquist, LaMont Roberts, Carl Pearson, Bob Lawson. FRONT ROW: Dong Hendrickson, Herb Hansen, Alfred Miller, Larry Sande, Wayne Lindalil, jini Eastbnry, Bill Larson. 43 Wayne Lindalil. 5911311615 Bm Lar- i Chonua TOP I2OWg jcrry Lorlcc, Dclbclt rox, F1a11l4l5u1.1s, Mlkc Bum 11, C,J1NlHjOI1HSOl1. 5Lc.UND MDW, klllkll Gmbbrg Editl1i,l1cevcr', I3cttyju4111W.1du, lJi.111a GIXIVCS, G.1i1Wcc1'da1. 'VIIIRD ROWgj.111ct M.15or, JOLILI Bull, Karan Lund, lylldil Madsen, Robcrlgx XXX-Qrdn. BOTTOM ROWQ Miss Hess, Bau'b.1r41 Robqrisou, Mxvkm Rully, Liudka Dcvotcuu, 9 yas- vifl i Senior: Qinla' Quantet , 'Wh Q1 ip-. Q35 jmuic Maguire, KJIC11 Fomn, Ann Btfllllklfdl, 1.5'1111Qi8I'1SOl1 --an il.. 46 Chonua TOP ROW: Ralph Kranilich, Larry Jensen, Bob Walls, Ben Fure, Dale Glandon, Claude Neal. SECOND ROW: Esther Bensen, Laura Lilgreen, Dorothy Feller, Lu Anne Nicholson, Marilyn Higgins. THIRD ROW: Madeline Eeknran, Verna Dallnian, Judie Gardiner, Barbara Barrett, Herniine Albert. BOTTOM ROW: Jeanie Ma -uire, Nornra Deeoteau, Pu Marleena Sa vage. , Q -, , ,vwraw 2fy+,5Q'1" . , I' -,S f by s M wa e 7'f?5f7f'57 O' V f' ' l S Q 9 , 1' ii-Trail '. f 'Tiff -he iw1frt.?J', , '-f, f s " ,AL O I J N 'r Ul 0. Hdemb 8 . f B . 3 4 -aw, -- 2,15 LA f - qw, ,L A E fe-e'f'f'i4' WMM K. W ff, ' 3 germs. Q ' M' K ' ' ", ' . ? - 1 ' , L A ,, ,nw-V. . 5 4 4 f gg A J , H y W LQ x . yr 1, f . QM. J . A- -- ' 6. , - J J L ? Karen Land, Norrna Deeoteau, Judie Gardiner, karen Garberg. BOTTOM ROW: Dorothy Feller, Mary Kretgehnrer ::fff'Y TOP ROW: Maxine Engebretsen, Janet Mayor, Madeline Eclqnian, Lynda Madsen, Roberta Weerda, Natalie Ottiinger, Chai' Sloss, Mielaie Reilly, Karen Neslund, Linda Deeoteau, Betty Jean Wade. 47 .3 a . Q. L .rx .L Q I W I-Q ww 3' ,M cf 9' f . T' . 7 'l , 'K V W mmf " it Libnawiana Y W . M-'N Y ,,...........--fm M BACK ROW- Karen Land A . A , dviser: Mrs, Fulmerg Gertrude Burris, Jerry Gilbertson, Delbert Fox, Gary Reinecke, John Fure, Kenneth Knoth. FRONT ROW: Patsy Lindahl, Charlotte Sloss, Dorothy Blakesley, Rebecca Lilgreen, Edith Cheever, Jacqnenetta Piercy, Nancy Olson. - Sefwice Club X 9 BACK ROW: cork Hamm ly ons, Bruce Campbell, Larry Lund, Richard Hanson. RONT R OW: Ronnie Goldsberry, Bill B Walls, Bill G ' ' - B ob Neslund, Lyle Erickson Den ' , nis Pearce, oe, Bill Sund, George Broz, Allen Box, Ralph rtssom, Adviser. Mr. Conley. 48 My 9? . A A 1. . f , A as , an . ,. . . lv U, ,W Q ,, QW? 3 J,,-wa I Delores Pure Karen Christenson Mary Hamilton Iacquie Lance Dorothy Feller Mrs. Bacher Carol Ronnei Mrs. Breum Ierry Corfee S f07l2 r sr Clenlea W, W Dorine Botton Jeannette Grinde ..,...- ...Q5 'U If 1 i XJ Band BACK ROW: John Painter, Nancy Norgaard, Marlene Sommers. MIDDLE ROW: Karen Risk, Cecelia Meadors, David Campbell, Sharon Davenport, Sandra Moen FRONT ROW: Ann Bernhardt, Noel Krouse, Brenda Loop, Donna Gregg. TROMBONE TRIO: Eddie Pearson Ronnie Nielson TRUMPET TRIO Dan Selmann Gar y S-und Myron Forstr om BAND BOARD: Jim Vmm Dan Logen Marlene Somers Dan Selniann Ann Bernhardt ei Ea f"'?a 1 BACK ROW: Karen Williams, Lela Carroll, Scott Skrinde. MIDDLE ROW: liric Schram, Robin Hayes, Eddie Pearson, Myron Forstrom, Barry Christensen. FRONT B d ROW: Mickie Reilly, Steve Christensen, Dan Logan, Gary Snnd, Dan Selinann. Plaqinq 14 t Lanqleq v' CU118 i .K .1 k K! 5 kk 2 wx Q, in 'HW 3 l L' a 90' Fo". f S oeo'f5.. ,,5b ol' O PU' L5 . ,...QC yi .KW v-.F F 'Q EA .L F ,o s0','f' -M. ' . Qi Q aw V 09, nuuz qww A,,,,.-1-v-""""'0.J fi? ,X W, s... 'lit f 1-.': N X Nw kifwaffm fffff A 1 5 1 LL . f A 1 X .. ,.. ffl 1' " wi X I! I'!,fM,:, , 1 Mtqwr ' 1" fy XP f 1 , iz X f, 3 91. jg . ? i I3-E J ff 2 Y 2 f 2 Q A l ' , M WV .A . ll -V ' x :Styx ff W ,M 7.' 1 R1 .L ,,.. N , ff he In wx! 'wx f, lub. HL -4 as F 4 ,VV 1 5 2 f if is gf 5 f ' h My fs fi! ,,,,, f A , Q w ,, m , 4 ,W ...,.M.,M. ig, Pep Stabb QxxXW'TYfff6Z, STANYUDD Colleen McC0r1'1'11Ck, .Xnn Bernhardt Janice Williams, Karen Fortin Susan Hall, bandy Moen f Ann Bernhardt, Susan Hall, Colleen Mcilormic Sandy Moen, Karen Forun jan1c,c,W1ll1ams l1b--.4 ww 5 N J - fa ,,, F23 7 ag fx fi? 'J 71 fmmowwwfmw- A W, 'wird Mars, David Patterson. Coachea Mr. Nemo Mr. Doueette MF. Scodellei Mr. Ayers Mr. Mahnlrey Mr. lv1c:Lennan TOP ROWg Bill Keller, Tiin Ordwing, jay Lien, Steinar Fjzirlie, Harold Stene, Georgie Broz, jini joyue, Peter k 5 l s David Eide, Bill Sund, Ronnie llrinson. SECOND ROW: Jiin Lindell, Richard llonnne, Dick Klett, Allen Scfliei, jolin Seliei, GnryEneebretse11, Bob Bryant, lolin Roger, Rodney Geyer, Jiin Vaarn, Qaylenc Hood, Carl liox. THIRD ROW Don Pickens, Melvin lvleClintoek, Lee iforstroni, Steve Juntvviiit, Rielinrd Flones, Dain Ottnniei, Dan Seller, Ronnie Scbnieder, Barry iiannner, Mike Staylon, Garry fjevotri, Garry Madsen, Gary Metlord. BO'l"1'UM RUWg Tonnny Snnd Bob l-lastert, Eddie Strand, Dick Nltlll0lSOll, Mike Heieiord, Robert lledlund, Mike Bzilliird, Erir Lindalil, Noiinnn union -Hiqh 'Jootball 1 . le. Vanaitq A--'S BACK ROW Mr Scodeller Coach Lyle Erlckson Monty Loop Oran Fjarlre Roger Lervrck Delbert Danrelson Bruce Schaeffer John Srrnonson Mr Mahnkey Coach FRONT ROW Mark Youngren Manager Dave Fxsher Jev Shelton Gary Leque Gary Sund Jerry Grlbertson Dan Selmann Steve Hall Manager L 9 Second 'Jeam lifpl T 5 N Q 'flirt pw, v Q ,M in-r if V 'HBV off X 'V www far' 'f C l7"r' l r-""" CNY' 4 YY kt! fu is ,f BACK ROW Errc Schram Bruce Campbell Larry Krppel Larry Lund Brll Fure hm Moa M1ke M1ller Rrchard Hanson B111 Rod Mr Mahnkey Coach FRONT ROW Tom Forun Manager B111 Larson Jerry Seher Larry Norgaard John Exlertsen Allen Grlbertson Davrd Naas Dave Brudvrk M1ke Obergj Corky Hammons Mlnager 58 , ..vrv lnfow- V- ,: W 'Swear rrr, ,. , ' A1 Liv ,r W? s f+.i, r A1 f,r. aw-wr ' a W K? I 14 47 f -rx - L, f 1 S .7 ysxyx ir r,qz+'lr f'1"rrff 24S 1 ,A 1 rm L s L Q, 19 , A Stir 1 ' K .5 A Q v gr E Aix fr Y K fy A K I ,f Sd! cw 1 A 5, X Eff 25 - -- .11 ' in ij . 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