Clear Lake High School - Echo Yearbook (Clear Lake, WI)
- Class of 1964
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Within this book is contained the history of the
“ALMIGHTY WARRIORS” of Clear Lake High.
Warriors are almighty in all facets of school life . . .
Ye have recorded each moment in this book for you. Following is our story."The honor lies with these, to make and mold the student's mind."
Mr. Lundberg, Administrator; Mr. Lundquist, High School Principal.
The Administrative Forces of Clear Lake High
School Board Members: Mr. Setter, Mr. Wilson, Mr. Hammer, Mr. Brihn, Mr. Moore.These People Keep Our School Running Smoothly.
Mrs. Wade Mrs. DeCraciun
Mr. Stewart Mr. Fouks Mr. Burns
Mr. Stalheim, Mr. Lenselink, Mr. Wade.
FIRST ROW: Mr. DeTar, Mr. Buhr, Mr. Grosbeck, Mr. Bannink, Mr. Schulze. SECOND ROW: Mr. Witthoft, Mr. Madden, Mr. Lien, Mr. Baukol, Mr. Wood.MR. JACK ALLEN Band
Pep Band Director Junior Class Advisor
MR. ARLAN BRUGMAN
Senior Class Advisor
We Salute Those Who Guide
MR. WILLIAM CAHEE Physical Education Football and Wrestling Coach Athletic Club Advisor Senior Class Advisor
MR. DAVID CHRISTOPHERSON Industrial Arts Driver Education Junior Class Advisor
8MR. EDWARD GRESCHNER
MR. PETER JOHNSON Social Studies Assistant Basketball Coach Junior Class Advisor
Our School Lives and Help
MRS. IONA KELLY English
Sophomore Class Advisor
MR. RICHARD OLDROYD Science
Science Club Advisor Freshman Class Advisor
9MR. VELDON PAYNE Business Education Crier Advisor Annual Advisor Sophomore Class Advisor
MRS. MARJORIE PORTER Home Economics F.H.A. Advisor
MRS. COSETTE REGELMAN French and Library
Forensics MR. THEODORE SMITH
Freshman Class Advisor Vocal Smith
10MRS. MARGARET STOLP Physical Education Pep Club Advisor Sophomore Class Advisor
MR. DONALD WEBER Basketball Coach Baseball Coach Assistant Football Coach Mathematics Senior Class Advisor Athletic Club Advisor
A teachers' meeting.
11"Studious to please, yet not ashamed fail."
STUDENTSSeniors Look Back on Four Years
FFA 1,2,3,4; Athletic Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3; Sno-Ball Attendant 1.
FHA 1,2,4, Parliamentarian 2; Choir 1,2; Pep Club 1,4; Science Club 4; Librarian 3,4; Crier Staff 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 3,4; Purchasing Agent 4; Class Play 3; FHA Green Lake Delegate 2; Honor Student.
MARIA BUHR "Rea" "Scratch"
FHA 2,4; Choir 1,2,3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Student Council 4; Pep Club 4; Crier Staff 3; Homecoming Attendant 2.
FFA 1,2,3,4, Secretary 4; Band 1,2, 3,4, Pep Band 2,3,4, All-Star Band 4; Athletic Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball Manager 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball Manager 2,4; Science Club 4; Librarian 2,3; Class Play 4.
JOHN CAHOW FFA 4; Choir 1,2,4.
Frederic 1,2; Choir 3,4, President 4; Student Council 4, Purchasing Agent 4; Librarian 4; Forensics 3,4, State 3; Crier Staff 4, Assistant Editor 4; Prom Attendant 3; Annual staff 4.
14Of Fun and Fond Friendships
MARY ELLEN CHRISTENSEN "Mare" "Me
FHA 1,2; Choir 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Crier Staff 1,3,4.
JEAN CLARK "Jeannie"
FHA 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Choir 1,2; Forensics 4; Prom Queen 3.
FFA 1,2,3,4, Reporter 3, Treasurer 4; Athletic Club 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Class Treasurer 1.
ARLYS DOE FHA 1; Band 1,2,3,4; Pep Band 2, 3,4, All-Star Band 3,4; Choir 1,2, 3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Science Club 2,3,4, Treasurer 4; Majorette 2,3,4.
RICHARD ELROD "Rich" "Crane"
Student Council 2,4; Athletic Club
184.108.40.206, Secretary 4; Basketball 1, 2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,
2.3.4, Honorary Captain 4; Science Club 2,3,4, President 4; Librarian 2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Class Play 3, 4; Class Secretary 1; Homecoming Attendant 3; Prom King 3; Boys' State 3; Honor Student.
FHA 1,3,4; Pep Club 1,3,4; Science Club 4; Librarian 3,4; Forensics 1, 2,3,4; Crier Staff 4; Annual Staff 4; Class Secretary 4; Class Play 4; Sno-Ball Attendant 4; Honor Student.
15And Anticipate Future When Acquired
FHA 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 1, 2, All-Star Band 2,3,4, Reporter
3.4, Majorette 3,4; Student Council 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Cheerleader 1,2,3,4; Science Club 3,4, Secretary 3; Librarian 3; Forensics 1; Crier Staff 1,2,3; Annual Staff 2,
3.4, Editor 2,3,4; Class Play 3,4; Prom Attendant 3; Honor Student.
RUTH ANN FRANKS "Ruthie"
JEANETTE FORSYTH FHA 1,2,3,4; Choir 1; Pep Club 3; Science Club 2,3,4; Librarian 3,4; Crier Staff 1,2,3; Class Secretary 3; Salutatorian.
FHA 1,4; Pep Club 4; Crier Staff 4.
FFA 4; Athletic Club 1,2,3; Football 1, Manager 2,3, vVrestling 1,2, Baseball 1,2,3; Librarian 2,3,4.
TINA GRAVES "Tina Cat"
FHA 1,2; Choir 1,2; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4; Librarian 4; Class Treasurer 3; Honor Student.
16Knowledge Can Be Put to Use
MARY HALL "Pudge" "Satch"
FHA 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Choir 3,4.
MARY HARMON "Harmon"
FHA 1,2,4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4; Science Club 2,3,4; Librarian 3,4; Forensics 3.
RODNEY HOLLDORF "Fritz" "Rod"
Student Council 2,4, President 4; Athletic Club 1,2,3,4; Football 4; Manager 2,3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Baseball 3; Science Club 3,4; Librarian 2,3,4; Class Vice-President 1, President 2, Prom Attendant 3; Honor Student.
Student Council 3,4; Vice-President 3; Athletic Club 1,2,3,4, Vice-President 3, President 4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,3,4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Science Club 3,4; Librarian 2,3,4; Class President 3, Purchasing Agent 2, Class Play 3,4; Homecoming Attendant 1, Prom Attendant 3; Honor Student.
BERNADETTE JOHNSON "Bernie"
FHA 1,2; Band 1,2,3; Pep Club 1, 2,3,4.
Athletic Club 1; Football 1; Wrestling 1,3; Science Club 3,4; Librarian 2,3,4; Forensics 2,3.
17On May 22 These Forty-Eight Seniors
FFA 1; Choir 1,3,4; Athletic Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Science Club 2,3,4; Librarian 4.
Watertown 1; FHA 2,3,4, Secretary 3; Band 2,3,4, Pep Band 4, All-Star Band 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4; Pep Club 2,3,4, Purchasing Agent 3; Science Club 3,4; Librarian 3; Forensics 2,3; Annual Staff 4; Sno-Ball Attendant 3; D.A.R. Award 4; Honor Student.
FHA 1,2,3,4, Purchasing Agent 3, Green Lake Representative 1; Pep Band All-Star Band 2,3,4; Student Council 4; Annual Staff, Editor 2, 3,4; Class Play 3,4; Sno-Ball Attendant 1, Betty Crocker Award 4, District Demonstration Winner 1,2, State Demonstrator 2; Honor Student.
BONNIE LARSON "Jo" "Lars"
Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 2,3,4, All-Star Band 3, Summer Music Clinic 3, Choir 1,2,3; Student Council 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Crier Staff 1, 2,3,4, Editor 3,4, Class Secretary 2, Class Play 3,4.
BONNIE LILLIE Pep Club 4; Librarian 3,4.
NEIL LILLIE "Little Devil" "Tiger"
Student Council 4; Athletic Club 1,
2.3.4, Treasurer 3, Basketball 1,2,
3.4, Football 1,2,3,4, Baseball 1,2, 3,4; Science Club 4; Librarian 2, 3,4; Class Vice-President 3, President 4, Class Play 4, Homecoming Attendant 2,4.
18Say Farewell to Clear Lake High
KATHLEEN NELSON "Kathy Sue"
FHA 1,2,3,4; Student Council 4;
Pep Club 2,3,4; Science Club 2,3, 4; Librarian 3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Crier Staff 1,2,3,4; Editor 3,4.
FHA 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3, President 4; Band 1,2,3,4, All-Star Band 3,4, State Music Contest 3: Choir 3; Student Council 2,4, Secre tary 4; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 2, Cheerleader 3,4; Science Club 2,3,4; Forensics 1; Class Student Council Representative 2; Class Play 3,4; Prom Attendant 3, Sno-Ball Queen 4; Honor Student.
FFA 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2; Athletic Club 1,2,3,4; Basketball 1; Football 1)2,3,4; Track 1,3; Wrestling 2, 3,4; Baseball 2; Sno-Ball Attendant 2.
CHERYL PAULSON "Cherie"
FHA 3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 4, All-Star Band 4; Choir 3; Pep Club 3,4, Publicity Agent 3; Forensics 1,3; Class Play 3; Homecoming Attendant 3; Honor Student.
ALAN PAYNE Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 1,2,3,4, All All-Star Band 1,3,4, State Music Contest 4; Athletic Club 1; Basketball 1; Football 1; Science Club 2,3,4; Forensics 1,2,3,4; Crier Staff 1,2,3,4; Annual Staff 4; Class Play 3,4; Honor Student.
LEA PETAN FHA 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3, Pep Band 3; Science Club 3,4; Librarian 4; Forensics 1; Crier Staff 3; Annual Staff 4; Class Play 3; Honor Student.
19They Are Now Prepared to
FHA 1,2; Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 3, 4, All-Star 3; Choir 1,2; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Vice President 3; Prom Attendant 3, Homecoming Attendant 4; Honor Student.
North St. Paul 1,2; FFA 3,4.
JOHN QUIMBY "Skin Head"
FFA 1,2,3,4; Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band
2.3.4, Choir 1; Athletic Club 1,2; Class Play 3.
FFA 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3, President 4; Choir 1,2; Student Council 4; Athletic Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 3; Basketball 1,2,3,4; Football 1,2,
3.4, Honorary Captain 4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Science Club 3,4; Librarian 2,3,4; Class Treasurer 2, Vice President 4; Class Play 4; Sno-Ball King 4; Homecoming King 4.
ROBERT ROBERTSON "Original"
FFA 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 4; Band 1,2, 3, Pep Band 1,2,3, All-Star 2,4; Baseball 1,2; Forensics 1,3; Sno-Ball Attendant 4, Prom Attendant 3.
DALE SHAFER FFA 1,2,3,4, Sentinel 3, Vice President 4; Sno-Ball Attendant 3.
20Give Their Gifts to the World
FHA 1,2; Choir 1,2,3,4; Pep Club 1,2; Forensics 1; Crier Staff 1,2; Class Play 3,4.
Athletic Club 1,2,3; Basketball 1, 2,3,4, Track 2,3; Librarian 2,3.
BONITA SKAPYAK "Bonnie Sue"
FHA 1; Band 1,2,3,4, Pep Band 3, All-Star 3, Summer Music Clinic
3, State Music Contest 3, President 4; Choir 1,2,3; Student Council 2,
4, Vice President 4; Pep Club 1,2, 3,4, President 4, Cheerleader 1,2,
4; Science Club 2,3,4, Vice President 3; Forensics 1,3; Class Purchasing Agent 3; Homecoming Attendant 1, Queen; Valedictorian.
VERLYN SWAGGER FFA 2,3,4; Athletic Club 1,2,3,4; Wrestling 1,2,3,4; Choir 3.
MARION WITTSTOCK "Woody"
FHA 1,4; Choir 3; Pep Club 4; Science Club 4.
FAITH ANN ZEMKE
FHA 1,2,3,4, Parliamentarian 4; Choir 1,2,3; Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 2, Cheerleader 3,4; Science Club 2,3,4, Reporter 3; Librarian 4; Forensics 1,2,3,4, State 2,3; Crier Staff 2,4; Class Secretary 2, Class Play 3,4; Sno-Ball Attendant 2.
21Thirteen-Year Students Start Together and End Together
FIRST ROW: J. Flanum, K. Wade, M. Buhr. SECOND ROW: J. Forsyth, L. Petan, M. Christensen, L. Kuhn, B. Fox, A. Payne. THIRD ROW: R. Buhr, F. Gouker, J. Cahow, J. Reed, N. Lillie.
Advisors . . . Mr. Weber, Mr. Brugman Mr. Cahee.
St. Coun. Rep. . . . R. Holldorf Treasurer . . . P. Blanchard President . . . N. Lillie Secretary . . . C. Ellis Vice President . . . J. ReedClass History and Highlights
In the fall of 1960 the class of 4 entered high school as timid eshmen. We shyly took part in ich new activities as soc-hops, )at decorating, and pep assem-ies, and became very familiar th tardy slips and hall passes, j Christmas we put on two one-t plays, which toured out to be lite hilarious.
As sophomores we walked a tie taller and participated in tivities with a little more en-usiasm and much more "know-
Our junior year was a busy ,e. We chose our class rings t on our class play, "Deadly irnest, " and above all, planned r Junior Prom . Everyone 3rked hard and long to make foung Love" a night to re-ember.
Being seniors, we've reached e peak of status in school. Our otball team won a glorious "16 a row” and was later honored a banquet at which Bobby Cox is guest speaker. Basketball ;ason brought us a sub-regional ophy as we were defeated by rederic at St. Croix Falls, lother Was a Freshman, " our ass play, was a source of hard )rk mixed with a lot of fun.
Our days at CLHS have now awn to a close. May 22 was led with excitement, hope,
.d a bit of sadness as we ■lemnly marched to the strains "Pomp and Circumstance."
3 we did, each of us recalled ecious memories of four of e happiest years of our lives.
Bob and Faith
Corliss and NeilFIRST ROW: R. Wood, C. Stewart, J. DeTar, K. Olson, C. Zemke, M. Booth, B. Quimby, B. Hawkins, J. Scott, Mr. Christopherson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Allen, K. Danielson, D. Johnson, D. Johnson, B. Frohme, M. Lee, P. Bates, P. Buhr, L. Olson, C. Istel, C. Hilton, Mr. Johnson. THIRD ROW: J. Primmer, J. White G. Johnson, A. Engebretson, R. Priebe, D. Baukol, D. Erickson, B. Pearson, E. Hougdahl, J. Rowe, J. Mara. FOURTH ROW: S. Clapsaddle, J. Burns, S. Anderson, L. Austinson, G. Lorentzen, J. Witthoft, D. Lucht, M. Stener, K. Winegar, B. Rundquist, K. Paulson, G. Larson. FIFTH ROW: C. Titel, R. Jurisch, C. Raven, P. Frank, G. Gilbertson, B. Johnston, R. Martin, M. Johnson, A. Paulson, B. Barthman, M. Paulson. NOT PICTURED: L. Anderson, R. Priebe.
Advisor . . . Mr. Christopherson St. Coun. Rep. . . . B. Johnston Advisor . . .Mr. Johnson Advisor . . .Mr. Allen Secretary . . . K. Olson Vice-President . . . D. Johnson President . . . P. Burh Treasurer . . D. Baukol Purchasing Agent . . . C. StewartFIRST ROW: P. Reindahl, A. Schulze, S. Kirk, M. Kuhn, M. Wahlstrom, S. Meyer, D. Lee, V. Mitchell, I. Mit chell. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Stolp, S. Sura, J. Johnson, D. Peterson, J. Larson, B. Kuhn, D. Serier, R. Hanson, I Buhr. THIRD ROW: Mr. Payne, P. Matson, J. Wade, B. Ostenson, E. Hall, R. Shafer, R. Beyer, M. Wagner, P. Cuper, L. Briesemeister, Mrs. Kelly. FOURTH ROW: B. Sandberg, B. Johnson, J. Rundquist, L. Spurlock, M. Hawksford, L. Knutson, C. Smith, L. Larson, P. Martin, D. Larson. FIFTH ROW: R. Hougdahl, J. Nelson, R. Booth, G. Lillie, L. Thomas, D. Elrod, L. Raven, L. Pierson, J. Arbogast, R. Knight. SIXTH ROW: L. Koehler, K. Cress, D. Eggert, R. Krig, R. Ostenson, R. Jurisch, M. Thompson, W. Edwards, L. Anderson, R. Buhr. NOT PICTURED: S. Lillie.
Sophomores—Two Down—Two to Go
Advisor . . . Mrs. Kelly Advisor . . . Mr. Payne Advisor . . . Mrs. Stolp President . . . J. Johnson Purchasing Agent . . . L. Larson Vice-President . . . M. Hawksford Secretary . . . L. Briesemeister Treasurer . . . B. SandbergFIRST ROW: D. Jenson, S. Banks, V. Raven, M. Edwards, E. Burns, M. Mitchell, A. Johnson, K. Anderson, D. Thomas. SECOND ROW: S. Meier, W. Barthman, J. Donnerbauer, W. Donnerbauer, T. Thomas, E. Setter, B. Anderson, L. Benson. THIRD ROW: Mr. Oldroyd, L. Hose, R. Paulson, M. Engebretson, R. Gasper, P. Dardine, J. Matson, M. Dado, J. Wood, Mrs. Regelman. FOURTH ROW: S. Payne, S. Anderson, S. Beyer, J. Logan, S. Heibel, M. Spaulding, L. Rosen, D. Reed, B. Nilssen, P. Quimby. FIFTH ROW: K. Monson, L. Bendixen, S. Holdorf, D. Blanchard, M. Johnson, B. Petersen, M. Jensen, J. Paulson, K. Krig. NOT PICTURED: F. Booth, J. DeCraciun.
Advisor ... Mr. Oldroyd Vice-President . . . J. Matson Treasurer . . . D. Blanchard Advisor . . . Mrs. Regelman Purchasing Agent . . . S. Anderson President . . . D. Reed Secretary . . . M. SpauldingStudents Work and Teachers Play
''F -A"A little work and a little play to keep us going on our way . "
ACTIVITIESFIRST ROW: C. Hilton, K. Buhr, V. Raven, S. Meier, V. Mitchell, B. Nilssen, S. Anderson, L. Benson, B. Hawkins, P. Quimby, D. Jensen, K. Anderson. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Porter, I. Mitchell, D. Reed, A. Schulze, M. Wahl-strom, B. Kuhn, M. Booth, S. Meyer, F. Zemke, K. Olson, C. Zemke, M. Kuhn, S. Sura, S. Payne, R. Wood.
THIRD ROW: J. Wade, C. Paulson, L. Kuhn, L. Olson, J. Wood, J. Logan, M. Wittstock, P. Buhr, D. Johnson, J. Forsyth, C. Ellis, J. Flanum, M. Buhr. FOURTH ROW: D. Johnson, B. Larson, T. Nelson, L. Hose, J. Primmer, L. Petan, E. Hall, K. Nelson, K. Monson, P. Martin, B. Frohme, M. Hawksford, J. Koerner. FIFTH ROW: E. Burns, D. Baukol, S. Anderson, L. Spurlock, P. Blanchard, L. Knutson, M. Hall, M. Harmon, C. Smith, J. Burns, L. Austinson, G. Larson, M. Edwards.
Future Homemakers of America
BETTY CROCKER HOMEMAKER OF TOMORROW AWARD Linda Kuhn
K. Buhr- -Historian; D. Johnson—Purchasing Agent; P. Buhr-Si Vice President; L. Knutson--Reporter; S. Sura--Treasurer; C M. Hawksford—Song Leader; T. Nelson--President; D. John-R, son--Secretary; F. Zemke--Parliamentarian; Mrs. Porter-- R Advisor.FIRST ROW: D. Serier, W. Donncrbauer, R. Paulson, J. Matson, L. Bendixen, R. Beyer, M. Engebretson, D. Peterson, W. Barthman, J. Donnerbauer. SECOND ROW: A. Johnson, R. Priebe, J. Rowe, B. Peterson, R.
Shafer, J. Rundquist, J. Nelson, D. Erickson, J. Mara, J. Larson, D. Lee, Mr. Greschner. THIRD ROW: G. Lillie, J. Quimby, R. Buhr, K. Cress, D. Blanchard, L. Thomas, L. Raven, J. Arbogast, R. Buhr, R. Knight, D. Larson, B. Anderson. FOURTH ROW: A. Engebretson, F. Gouker, C. Raven, J. Jurisch, J. Reed, W. Edwards, C. Cress, J. Witthoft, D. Lucht, B. Rundquist, V. Swagger. FIFTH ROW: C. Titel, D. Eggert, R. Krig, P. Frank,’J. Cahow, G. Olson, R. Martin, M. Johnson, D. Shafer, R. Robertson, D. Bauerfield.
Future Farmers of America
SITTING: R. Buhr--Secretary; J. Reed--President; C. Cress--Treasurer; Mr. Greschner--Advisor; STANDING: B. Robertson—Sentinel; D. Shafer--Vice President; P. Frank-’-Reporter.
33FIRST ROW: M. Hawksford, D. Reed, B. Fox, T. Nelson, B. Skapyak, D. Johnson, S. Anderson, L. Benson. SECOND ROW: K. Anderson, B. Quimby, K. Olson, P. Buhr, R. Wood, C. Zemke, J. DeTar, C. Stewart, L. Kuhn, A. Doe, B. Larson, M. Harmon, F. Zemke, C. Paulson. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Stolp, G. Lorentzen, K. Krig, D. Hetrick, S. Payne, D. Jensen, B. Nilssen, S. Heibel, M. Spaulding, S. Holldorf, L. Knutson, K. Buhr, S. Sura, C Smith. FOURTH ROW: L. Olson, M. Wahlstrom, L. Larson, B. Kuhn, V. Mitchell, B. Hawkins, J. Primmer, B. Frohme, S. Lillie, V. Raven, P. Martin, J. Wood, P. Quimby. FIFTH ROW: C. Hilton, S. Kirk, J. Wade, I. Mitchell, L. Spurlock, A. Schulze, D. Baukol, L. Austinson, S. Anderson, P. Blanchard, C. Ellis, J. Forsyth, J. Koerner. SIXTH ROW: M. Booth, K. Paulson, G. Rothe, D. Johnson, M. Wittstock, M. Hall, M. Buhr, J. Flanum, T. Graves, J. Pittman, J. Clark, B. Johnson. SEVENTH ROW: G. Larson, J. Scott, M. Lee, P. Bates, B. Ostenson, M. Kuhn, E. Hall, L. Rosen, J. Logan, S. Beyer, L. Hose, K. Nelson.
Secretary . . . J. DeTar; Treasurer . . . L. Larson; President . . . B. Skapyak; Vice President . . . B. Larson; Advisor . . . Mrs. Stolp.
34FIRST ROW: B. Johnston, P. Frank, J. Reed, N. Lillie, R. Elrod, L. Jaeger, R. Holldorf, R. Buhr, J. White, D. Lucht, Mr. Cahee. SECOND ROW: Mr. Weber, R. Beyer, R. Jurisch, G. Johnson, M. Paulson, A. Paulson, K. Winegar, B. Barthman, M. Johnson, D. Peterson, R. Ostenson. THIRD ROW: R. Hanson, L. Anderson, W. Edwards, K. Cress, L. Thomas, V. Swagger, C. Cress, D. Bauerfield, D. Knutson, G. Olson. FOURTH ROW: J. Paulson, R. Gasper, M. Jensen, B. Petersen, M. Johnson, D. Blanchard, L. Bendixen, M. Engebretson. FIFTH ROW: L. Pierson, D. Lee, B. Anderson, J. Donnerbauer, W. Barthman, J. Matson, R. Paulson, R. Martin.
Treasurer . . . J. Reed; Advisor . . . Mr. Cahee; President . . . L. Jaeger; Secretary . . . R. Elrod; Advisor ... Mr. Weber; Vice-President . . . B. Barthman.
35The Governing Body of CLHS
Treasurer . . . B. Johnston; Vice President . . . B. Skapyak; Purchasing Agent . . . L. Campbell; Secretary . . . T. Nelson; President . . . R. Holldorf; Advisor . . . Mr. Lundquist.
STANDING: R. Holldorf, Mr. Lundquist. SITTING: R. Gasper, J. Reed, N. Lillie, P. Buhr, L. Jaeger, D. Reed B. Johnston, M. Buhr, T. Nelson, R. Elrod, K. Nelson, B. Skapyak, L. Campbell, E. Hall, L. Kuhn, B. Larson, B. Fox.
36SENIOR SCIENCE CLUB MEMBERS: L. Jaeger, C. Paulson, L. Johnson, B. Larson, F. Zemke, D. Knutson, J. Koemer, T. Nelson, M. Harmon, B. Fox, A. Payne, B. Skapyak, A. Doe.
Secretary—Melody Booth; Vice President--Bruce Johnston; President--Richard Elrod; Treasurer--Arlys Doe; Advisor--Mr.
Roland Jurisch Science Scholarship Recipient
SENIOR SCIENCE CLUB MEMBERS: P. Blanchard, R. Elrod, J. Forsyth, L. Petan, L. Kuhn, C. Ellis, K. Nelson, R. Holldorf, N. Lillie, J. Reed, R. Buhr, Mr. Oldroyd.
37Our School Paper—the Crier
Our busy Crier Editors SITTING: Linda Campbell, j Corliss Ellis, Bonnie Larson. STANDING; Faith Zemke, Mr. Payne, Kathy Nelson.
FIRST ROW: R. Gasper, L. Anderson, A. Payne, J. Paulson, S. Holldorf, P. Quimby. SECOND ROW: L. Campbell, P. Blanchard, C. Ellis, S. Banks, M. Mitchell, S. Anderson, S. Payne, K. Nelson, J. Flanum, Mr. Payne. THIRD ROW: F. Zemke, B. Larson, K. Olson, M. Christensen, A. Schulze, B. Kuhn, L. Benson, C. Smith, P. Matson, K. Monson, S. Beyer. FOURTH ROW: R. Jurisch, B. Johnston, P. Frank, L. Larson, L. Knutson.Sports Editor Rich Elrod with assistant Joan Koerner.
Sophomore Editors: Linda Larson and Typist Linda Campbell.
FRONT ROW: N. Lillie, L. Campbell, L. Larson, B. Fox, L. Kuhn, C. Smith, J. Koerner. SECOND ROW: Mr. Payne, J. Reed, R. Holldorf, A. Payne, R. Elrod.Building Floats Led to the Excitement of the Week
Senior Float . . . Third Prize
Junior Float . . . First Prize
Sophomore Float . . .
Freshman Float . . . Second Prize
FHA and FFA
40The Crowd Cheered As the Warriors Made It “16 in a Row.’’
The crowd cheered as the game looked like a Homecoming victory for the Warriors.
The cheerleaders kept the school spirit high.Homecoming Dance Highlighted Week’s Events
ROYALTY: R. Gasper, W. Edwards, E. Houghdahl, N. Lillie, J. Rogers, King J. Reed, Queen B. Skapyak, S. Lien, J. Pittman, K. Olson, L. Larson, B. Nilssen. CROWNBEARERS: Jim Barney, Jody Paulson.
Queen Bonnie and King Jim dance after the coronation.
Queen Sandy Lien crowns Bonnie Skapyak Queen of the 1963 Homecoming.
42Queen Jean Clark King Richard Elrod
1963 Junior Prom “Young Love”
1963 Prom Royalty
1 964 Sno-Ball
Left to Right: D. Blanchard, L. Raven, C. Raven, R. Robertson, R.
Cress, King J. Reed, Queen T. Nelson, M. Nelson, C. Ellis, D.
Baukol, C. Smith, D. Reed; Crownbearers Tommy Meier, Mona Marlett.
Left to Right: J. Reed, R. Robertson, R. Holldorf, L. Jaeger, '62 King R. Cress, King R. Elrod, Queen J. Clark, '62 Queen J. Johnson, B. Fox, L. Campbell, T. Nelson, J. Pittman, Crownbearers P. Paulson, K. Nelson.
43ROYALTY: G. Gilbertson, M. Johnson, B. Barthman, M. Paulson, R. Elrod, King B. Johnston, Queen D. Baukol J. Clark, B. Quimby, P. Buhr, S. Anderson, G. Rothe. CROWNBEARERS: Kevin Winegar, Jody Quimby.
The 1 964 Junior Prom—Three Coins in the FountairFIRST ROW: B. Barthman, D. Johnson, D. Reed, S. Anderson, L. Larson, B. Kuhn, K. Buhr, M. Hawksford, C. Smith, L. Knutson. SECOND ROW: J. White, C. Stewart, J. DeTar, K. Danielson, L. Campbell, C. Ellis, L.
Kuhn, P. Frank, F. Zemke, J. Clark, Mrs. Regelman. THIRD ROW: I. Mitchell, S. Kirk, S. Lillie, A. Schulze, A. Payne, L. Spurlock, V. Mitchell, B. Johnston, L. Olson. FOURTH ROW: P. Buhr, K. Anderson, J. Wood, S.
Payne, R. Jurisch, K. Nelson, R. Jurisch, L. Petan, R. Ostenson, G. Lorentzen.
Thirty-nine students entered the local forensics contest held February 24 at Clear Lake. From here, nineteen advanced to Clayton and the sub-district contest. All but two were successful and went on to the district contest at Amery. On April 25 Mrs. Regelman and Mr. Lundberg proudly entered eight speakers in the state contest held at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Local Forensics Contestants
Our Coach Mrs. Regelman
Interpretative Poetry . . . Linda Knutson A
Interpretative Prose . . . Linda Larson A
Interpretative Poetry . . . Linda Kuhn B
Advisor . . . Mrs. Regelman Play Reading . . . John White B Darlene Johnson Patrica Buhr Linda Olson Brian Barthman
State Forensics Contestants
Juniors Present “The Mouse That Roared”
FIRST ROW: R. Wood, D. Johnson, C. Zemke, K. Winegar, M. Booth, A. Paulson, D. Johnson, M. Johnson, K. Olson, S. Anderson. SECOND ROW: J. Burns, L. Austinson, G. Larson, J. Scott, S. Clapsaddle, P. Bates, C. Stewart, J. DeTar, B. Johnston, P. Buhr, P. Frank. THIRD ROW: D. Erickson, J. Mara, K. Paulson, G. Lorentzen, B. Quimby, R. Martin, G. Johnson, R. Jurisch. FOURTH ROW: M. Paulson, C. Hilton, B. Barthman, L. Olson, J. White, M. Stener, D. Lucht, C. Titel, Mr. Brugman.Seniors Present “Mother Is a Freshman”
FIRST ROW: K. Nelson, B. Larson, K. Wade, L. Campbell, R. Elrod, A. Doe, A. Payne, F. Zemke. SECOND ROW: N. Lillie, T. Nelson, J. Reed, B. Fox, R. Buhr, L. Kuhn, C. Ellis, L. Jaeger, J. Clark, J. Pittman, M.
Buhr. THIRD ROW: Mr. Brugman, J. Quimby, J. Forsyth, M. Harmon, J. Koerner, C. Paulson, B. Skapyak, T. Graves, P. Blanchard, M. Hall.FRONT TO BACK, FIRST ROW: B. Kuhn, M. Johnson, E. Burns, B. Petersen, I. Mitchell, V. Mitchell, A. Johnson. SECOND ROW: M. Booth, S. Anderson, M. Paulson, L. Anderson, B. Nilssen, M. Jensen, E. Hougdahl, R. Buhr, R. Beyer, R. Booth. THIRD ROW: T. Nelson, B. Skapyak, M. Hawksford, D. Baukol, J. White, A. Doe, J. DeTar. FOURTH ROW: C. Hilton, C. Stewart, K. Buhr, D. Jensen, B. Fox. STANDING: R. Wood, Mr. Allen, C. Paulson, A. Payne, J. Paulson.
Clear Lake High
Treasurer . . . J. Koerner; Reporter . . . B. Fox; Vice-President . . . T. Nelson; President . . . B. Skapyak.
On May 8 the band played a concert at Superior State College and then toured the Duluth and Superior Harbors aboard the cruiser, The S. S. Flamingo.
48BACK TO FRONT, FIRST ROW: D. Reed, M. Kuhn, D. Johnson, K. Olson, B. Larson. SECOND ROW: G. Gilbertson, J. Koerner, L. Kuhn, L. Larson, L. Hose, J. Logan, M. Wahlstrom. THIRD ROW: B. Robertson, J. Quimby, A. Paulson, B. Johnston, K. Krig, M. Edwards, K. Monson, L. Spurlock, L. Knutson, J. Pittman. FOURTH ROW: L. Olson, W. Barthman, M. Dado, K. Winegar, L. Bendixen, B. Barthman. STANDING: E. Setter, P. Buhr, D. Johnson, J. DeCraciun, R. Gasper.
School Concert Band
FIRST ROW: B. Larson, A. Doe, J. Koerner, B. Fox, T. Nelson, B. Skapyak, L. Kuhn. SECOND ROW: Mr. Allen, C. Paulson, J. Pittman, R. Robertson, J. Quimby, A. Payne, R. Buhr.
49FIRST ROW: L. Olson, J. Koerner, S. Anderson, M. Hawksford, B. Kuhn, M. Booth, B. Larson, G. Gilbertson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Allen, J. White, D. Baukol, L. Anderson, J. Logan, M. Wallstrom, L. Larson. THIRD ROW: C. Paulson, J. Pittman, L. Knutson, L. Spurlock, J. DeTar, L. Kuhn. FOURTH ROW: B. Barthman, K. Winegar, L. Bendixen, M. Dado, W. Barthman, R. Buhr, A. Doe, J. Quimby, A. Payne. FIFTH ROW: R. Wood, P. Buhr, J. DeCraciun, R. Gasper, B. Johnston, R. Robertson, D. Booth.
MAJORETTES Linda Larson Myrna Kuhn Barbara Fox Drum Major . . . Arlys Doe
50State Solo-Ensemble Contestants
M. Wahlstrom, L. Knutson, A. Payne, P. Buhr, Mr. Allen, D. Johnson.
1963-’64 Band Calendar
Kid's Day Concert.....................................................................July 28
Football Show, Birchwood..............................................................September 13
Amery Fall Festival Parade............................................................September 14
Football Show, Siren..................................................................September 27
Football Show, Turtle Lake............................................................October 11
River Falls College Homecoming Parade.................................................October 12
Homecoming Parade and Football Show, Clayton..........................................October 18
Veteran's Day Concert.................................................................November 12
Christmas Concert.....................................................................December 18
Band Clinic, Clear Lake...............................................................February 18
Solo-Ensemble Contest, Unity..........................................................March 16
Concert Band Contest and Parade, Amery................................................April 18
Spring Band Concert...................................................................April 30
Concert and Trip, Wisconsin State College, Superior...................................May 8
Grimes Day Banquet....................................................................May 16
Awards Night Program..................................................................May 18
Memorial Day Parade and Cemetery Concert..............................................May 30
The High School Band performed thirty-one times during the 1963-1964 school year and in addition furnished music for several other community events. The pep band played for all home basketball games and the sub-regional tournament. The band received a first rating in Class A competition at Amery.
51Clear Lake High School Choir
FIRST ROW: Mr. Smith, M. Mitchell, K. Wade, B. Kuhn, J. Wade, L. Campbell, M. Kuhn, D. Reed, P. Quimby, S. Banks, K. Anderson. SECOND ROW: R. Wood, C. Zemke, L. Rosen, P. Cuper, M. Christensen, L. Spurlock, K. Danielson, V. Raven, J. Wood, E. Hall, M. Wagner, P. Reindahl. THIRD ROW: R. Hanson, R. Beyer, D. Peterson, C. Titel, M. Thompson, L. Thomas, L. Benson, S. Anderson, I. Mitchell, B. Hawkins, B. Ostenson, L. Austinson. FOURTH ROW: R. Paulson, M. Stener, J. Cahow, D. Eggert, R. Ostenson, D. Knutson R. Martin, B. Frohme, M. Wahlstrom, S. Beyer, M. Buhr, R. Franks, M. Hall.
Veteran's Day Concert November 11
Christmas Concert December 16
Unity Solo and Ensemble Contest March 16
Choir Clinic at Clayton March 24
Choir Contest at Amery April 18
Choir Concert May 14
Baccalaureate May 17Spring Concert May 14
CHOIR GRADUATES M. Christenson, L. Campbell, D. Knutson, K. Wade, M. Hall, M. Buhr, J. Cahow, R. Franks.
OFFICERS President Linda Campbell Secretary-Treasurer Maria Buhr"Here Come The Warriors"
Undefeated Conference Champs
FIRST ROW: N. Lillie, K. Winegar, M. Paulson, A. Engebretson, R. Buhr, J. White. SECOND ROW: Coach Cahee, C. Raven, C. Cress, B. Petersen, B. Barthman, L. Koehler, R. Beyer, Coach Weber. THIRD ROW: A. Paulson, L. Jaeger, R. Elrod, G. Olson, R. Martin, R. Holldorf, P. Frank, J. Reed.
Bobby Cox, All-American Quarterback, was guest speaker at the Football Banquet.. . . Hard Charging Line . . .
WARRIORS 6--BRUCE 0 In the first game of the '63 season, the Warriors traveled to Bruce where they ran headfirst into the toughest defense they were to meet all year. The Warriors scored their only TD in the second quarter when halfback Alan Paulson started around left end, stopped, and then threw a 6-yard scoring pass to Larry Jaeger in the end zone. The Warriors held the Raiders to 23 yards rushing and to 4 completions in 17 passing attempts.
WARRIORS 37--BIRCHWOOD 0. An explosive offense and a superb defense enabled the Warriors to bomb the Bobcats. Jim Reed tallied first for the Warriors on a 4-yard sweep. Rich Elrod plunged 4 yards for another TD, and from then on the Warriors couldn't be stopped. Larry Jaeger took an Elrod pass over his shoulder and raced for a 27-yard TD. In the second half the Blue and White kept rolling. A 47-yard spring by Alan Paulson resulted in a TD. Two passes from Bert Petersen to Jaeger scored the last two TD's.
WARRIORS 32--PRAIRIE FARM 6 Opening their defense of the Lakeland Conference Championship, the Warriors struck hard and quick the first time they had the ball, and were never headed as they won their first conference game of the season. Alan Paulson scored twice and Rich Elrod sneaked for another, while Larry Jaeger and Neil Lillie grabbed Elrod passes in the end zone for TD's. The Panthers scored following the Warriors' first TD when Ron Hemauer took the kickoff and roared down the sideline on a 70-yard TD jaunt, but the Warriors had made it 12 in a row over the last two seasons.
WARRIORS 40--SIREN 13 The Warriors continued to roll over the opposition while supporting one of the strongest defenses to be seen in many years. Reed, Paulson, and Lillie ran for TD's, and Elrod threw TD passes to Jaeger, Reed, and Holldorf. The interior line of Buhr, Olson, and Mick Paulson opened numerous holes for the Warriors' bruising and hard-driving offense. The Warriors had made it 13 in a row.
CARL CRESS End
JIM REED Halfback Co-Captain
ROD HOLLDORF End
RICH ELROD Quarterback Co-Captain All-Conference
BOB BUHR Center
NEIL LILLIE Halfback
WARRIORS 31--SHELL LAKE 6 Numerous fumbles and bad breaks held the Warriors to a 12-6 halftime lead, but then the attack caught fire. Alan Paulson tallied twice for scores, and Elrod tossed to Jaeger for another. Jaeger intercepted a Laker pass in the flat and sprinted 33 yards for a TD. Petersen hit Barthman in the end zone for the last score. The Warriors' defense was excellent as they intercepted six passes and held the opposition to 15 yards rushing. The only Shell Lake TD came when a Laker pass bounced out of a Warrior's arms and into the arms of a Laker in the end zone.
The Warriors appeared unstoppable as they won their 14th in a row.
WARRIORS 38--TURTLE LAKE 0 In a game for the lead and probable championship in the Lakeland Conference, the Warriors bombed the previously undefeated Turtle Lake team with everything in the books. The huge Laker line was the target of three TD's as Alan Paulson crashed through for two scores, and Rich Elrod plunged for another. The Warriors went overhead for 3 more TD's. Elrod tossed two TD passes to Jaeger and Reed, and Petersen hit Jaeger with another.
The Warriors had made it 15 in a row with one game to go.
WARRIORS 35--CLAYTON 9--HOMECOMING Behing 7-0 for the first time during the season, the Warriors scored two second quarter TD's. The Warriors got on the scoreboard when Rich Elrod hit flanker-back Jim Reed for a 49-yard TD pass. Elrod sneaked over from the 1, but Clayton scored a safety following a high snap from center. With the crowd yelling "16 in a row," the Warriors scored 3 more TD's in the second half. Jaeger grabbed an Elrod pass in front of the goal posts following a fake plunge into the line for a TD.
Reed ran 13 yards around end and Paulson crashed over from the i for the last two TD's. Mick Paulson kicked all 5 of the extra points following the Warriors tallies. The Warriors had made it 16 in a row while fighting to their 2nd undefeated season and the Lakeland Conference Championship.
DON BAUERFIELD LARRY JAEGER Guard End
59KNEELING: R. Hanson, Coach Weber, R. Buhr. STANDING: N. Lillie, G. Johnson, B. Barthman, J, Reed, M Johnson, R. Holldorf, R. Elrod, J. White, D. Knutson, L. Jaeger, A. Paulson, M. Paulson, K. Winegar.
“A” Squad Warrior Basketball “B” Squad
KNEELING: R. Hanson, Coach Johnson, R. Buhr. STANDING: M. Dado, R. Gasper, L. Thomas, L. Bendixen, L. Koehler, L. Anderson, M. Johnson, D. Blanchard, B. Petersen, M. Jensen, D. Elrod, J. Paulson, R. Paulson.ran 10 rs 67 - 53 y, November 19
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Uear Lake And Uayton lo Clash In Sub-Regional Finals
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1 Tomorrow night, Friday, Mi 6, the Clear Lake Warriors wil against the Clayton Bears for Sub-Regional Championship 7:30 p. m. On Saturday, Marcl the winner of this game will i the winner of the St. Croix F n Sub-Regional Tournament for on Regional Championship. The P- gional Chamoionshia. at St. Ci ng will start at 7:
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lear Lake with a r scoring 16 points merset’s 9 points.
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J.Wrestlers End Season in Third Place
FIRST ROW: B. Anderson, D. Lee, M. Engebretson, J. Matson, E. Hougdahl, V. Swagger, C. Raven, A. Enge-bretson, W. Edwards, P. Frank, R. Martin, G. Olson. SECOND ROW: Coach Cahee, D. Thomas, W. Donner-bauer, W. Barthman, J. Donnerbauer, J. Arbogast, B. Pearson, A. Johnson, J. White. THIRD ROW: R. Beyer, L. Pierson, B. Johnston.
Gilbert Olson, wrestling in the strong heavyweight division, won first place at the River Falls Invitational Wrestling Tournament. In the Regional Tournament, Gilbert Olson, Verlyn Swagger, and Ed Hougdahl placed and continued on to the Sectionals. Gilbert nearly emerged a winner but placed third, not quite high enough to go to the State.
With only two returning Seniors, the Warrior Wrestlers finished tied for third place in conference wrestling. The Warriors won 4 matches and lost 7 during the season. The wrestlers fought hard before going down to defeat. There were several highlights throughout the season.
VerlynFIRST ROW: Manager R. Buhr, N. Lillie, D. Knutson, R. Elrod, R. Gasper, J. Reed, L. Jaeger, Coach Weber.
' SECOND ROW: J. Paulson, K. Winegar, L. Thomas, B. Petersen, L. Anderson, A. Paulson, M. Johnson. THIRD ROW: D. Lucht, D. Blanchard, R. Hanson, M. Jensen, R. Beyer, D. Elrod, A. Engebretson, M. Paulson, E. Hougdahl, G. Johnson.
GRADS: Manager Bob, Neil, Darrel, Jim, Rich, Larry, Coach Weber.
Osceola C.L. 3 OPP 1
Turtle Lake 10 1
Shell Lake 1 5
Clayton 2 0
Prairie Farm 4 1
DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Glenwood City 7 1
Osceola 4 3
REGIONAL TOURNAMENT Cumberland 1 5FIRST ROW: Coach Cahee, N. Lillie, J. Donnerbauer, W. Donnerbauer, M. Engebretson, L. Pierson, P. Dardine, R. Paulson, W. Barthman, F. Booth, Manager J. White. SECOND ROW: J. Matson, K. Winegar, M. Paulson, B. Barthman, A. Paulson, R. Elrod, G. Gilbertson, J. Reed, C. Raven, B. Knight.Darleen, Bonnie, Teresa, Barb
We love you Warriors! Oh, yes we do.
We don’t love anyone As much as you!
When you’re not near us. We're biue.
WE LOVE YOU!
The Graduates await the evening's happenings.
Judy Pittman presented Mr. Lundberg with the class gift to the school—a donation for an electric scoreboard for the football field.Linda Campbell sang "Moments To Remember." She was accompanied by Teresa Nelson.
Bonnie Skapyak delivered the Valedictory Address.
Dr. R. J. Deloriat, Dean of the School of Agriculture at River Falls State College, was the speaker of the evening.Mr. Lundberg presented Alan Payne with the C. A. Petersen scholarship of $150.
0 L A R S H
Mr. Oldroyd presented Neil Lillie with the $175 faculty scholarship.
Mr. Allen presented the John Philip Sousa Band Award to Judy Pittman and Bonnie Skapyak.
Mr. Nilssen presented the American Legion School Awards to Jim Reed and Joan Koemer.
A N D
A W A R D SHONOR STUDENTS FIRST ROW: Larry Jaeger, Joan Koemer, Linda Kuhn, Teresa Nelson, Cheryl Paulson, Alan Payne, Lea Petan, Judy Pittman. SECOND ROW: Bonnie Skapyak, Jeanette Forsyth, Pat Blanchard, Corliss Ellis, Rich Elrod, Barb Fox, Tina Graves, Rod Holldorf.
Mr. Wilson gave the graduates their diplomas as Mr. Lundberg and Mr. Lundquist joined in congratulating each student.
The Class of 1964.Baccalaureate
Sunday, May 17, 1964, 2:30 p.m.
Processional.......................................Mr. T. R. Smith
Invocation.........................................Father Leonard Fraher
Hym . . . "The Church's One Foundation"............Audience
Scripture Reading . . . Psalm 26...................Father Leonard Fraher
Address . . . "The Challenge of Our Age"...........Father Leonard Fraher
Hymn . . . "Beautiful Savior"......................Audience
Benediction........................................High School Choir
Recessional . . . "You'll Never Walk Alone" . Rogers-Hammerstein . . . .
High School Choir
Friday, May 22, 8:00 p.m.
Processional . . . "Pomp and Chivalry" . Roberts . High School Band
Invocation......................................Rev. J. Melvin Hedin
First Lutheran Church
Salutatory Address..............................Jeanette Forsyth
Valedictory Address.............................Bonita Skapyak
Address . . . "Review and Reassessment . . . The Time Is Now".........
Dr. R. J. Deloriat Dean, School of Agriculture, River Falls State College Selection . . . "Commencement Overture" . Johnson.High School Band
The twelve graduating band members join with the band in this their last performance.
Presentation of Awards . . . Honor Student Awards
C . A. Peterson Scholarship Award Clear Lake Faculty Scholarship Award John Phillip Sousa Band Award
Presentation of Gift to School....................Judy Pittman
Presentation of American Legion Award.............Neil Nilssen
Commander of Wiley Davis Post
Presentation of Diplomas.........................Ralph C. Wilson
Member, Board of Education
Flower Ceremony..................................Faith Ann Zemke
Vocal Solo . . . "Moments to Remember" . Robert Allen.................
Benediction.....................................Rev. J . Melvin Hedin
Recessional . . . "Pomp and Circumstance" . Elgar.High School Band
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Dodge and Plymouth Sales and Service Phone 263-2395 Clear Lake, Wisconsin Gas—Oi 1 —Greasi ng Phone 263-2156 Clear Lake, Wisconsin Call for Appointment Phone 263-2546
ANDERSON'S SUPER VALUE Groceries—Fruits Vegetables—Meats "Everyday Low Prices" Amery, Wisconsin AMERY FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASS'N . Amery, Wisconsin Your Savings Insured Up to $10,000 We Pay You to Save Your Money Phone 268-7106 ADAM'S AUTO Chrysler, Plymouth, Valiant Services Phone 268-7255 Amery, Wisconsin
WEBSTER INSURANCE AGENCY Fire, Auto, Liability, Burglary, Compensation, Plate Glass, Accident, Health, Life. Phone 268-7764 Amery, Wisconsin AMERY FLORIST Florist Telegraph Delivery Phone 268-7522 Amery, Wisconsin NELSON'S GENERAL STORE Laurence Nelson, Prop. Reeve, Wisconsin Phone 263-2433
DADO'S REEVE STATION REEVE LOCKERS LEE'S BAR
Pure Oil Products "Service With a Smile" Reeve, Wisconsin Paul and Carol Streif, Prop. Food Lockers Cutting Grinding Sharp Freezing Meat by the Pound—Quarter—Half Cliff Ruth Bar Lunch Reeve, Wisconsin
DEER PARK ELEVATOR LUMBER Deer Park Phone 269-2785 Walter Grant, Manager DEER'S FOOD LOCKER Jesse J. Waidelich Proprietor Phone 269-2393 Deer Park BANK OF NEW RICHMOND New Richmond, Wis.
BOWLARENA THE DAYLIGHT STORE GREATONS i
10 Lanes Bowling Cocktail Lounge Sportsman Bar New Richmond, Wis. St. Croix County's Finest New Richmond, Wis. Registered Insured Diamonds Your Quality Jeweler in New Richmond
BREAULT'S JEWELRY Registered Diamonds Sewing Machines Liberal Credit Terms New Richmond, Wis. T. S. NILSSEN HARDWARE Maytag Washers Enterprise Paint Armstrong Floor Covering Monarch Stoves Clear Lake COX MOTOR SALES Ford—Mercury New Richmond, Wis. i .1
Congratulations to Class of '64 Compliments of FRANK HARMON CONTRACTOR
MIDLAND LP GAS LEWIS MADDEN Road Building
Phone 263-2111 for Service Bulldozing
Clear Lake, Wis. Phone 263-2889
Compliments of M M CAFE CITIZENS STATE BANK BORCHERT
Complete Banking and
Insurance Service Furniture Funeral Service
Pleasing You Pleases Us
Majorie and Wendell Dial 948-4691 Phone Wl 8-4681
Phone 263-2525 Clayton, Wisconsin Clayton, Wisconsin
Congratulations to the Class of 1964 SUPER LOCKERS IVERSON MOTOR COMPANY
LAKE MAGNOR STORE Processing Slaughtering Oldsmobile—Rambler
Groceries—Meats— Pick-up Service Allis-Chalmers
Dry Goods Complete Locker Service Gale Mach.
Gerhardt Martha Schultz Vida Paulson, Judith Pepici Amery, Wisconsin Amery, Wisconsin
THE CORNWALL CLINIC THORP FINANCE HANSON'S FOOD
H . A. Dasler, M. D. F. L. Whitlark, M.D. The Best in Meats
Jon O. Nordin and Produce
W. R. Byrne, M.D. Manager Our Pleasure is
Phone COngress 8-7181 Serving You
Phone 268-7191 Phone CO 8-7775
Amery, Wisconsin Amery, Wisconsin Amery, Wisconsin
CHRISTENSON MODERN CLEANERS
IMPLEMENT SJOBECK'S MEN'S STORE Cleaners and Tailors
Dealer in John Deere Clothing and Shoes Approved Sanitone Service
Farm Implements Pickup and Delivery on Monday and Thursday
Phone 268-7763 Amery, Wisconsin
Amery Amery, Wisconsin
DANIELSON REXALL DRUG Congratulations to the FABRI-TEK, INC.
Class of 1964 Why Not Consider
"Got Everything" from Amery's Employment With Us?
Amery, Wisconsin BURMAN HARDWARE Call Our Personnel Office
AND BEN FRANKLIN Phone 268-7155
Phone 268-7184 Amery, Wisconsin Congratulations to the Class of '64 NILSSEN'S CASH STORE Good Things to Eat and Wear Since 1903 DIRECT SERVICE STATION Westside Petroleum Complete Car Care Full Line of Petroleum Products and Accessories We Specialize in Tune-Ups Prompt Courteous Bulk Deliveries Compliments of TED PITTMAN TRUCKING A B Bulk and Can Pick-Up
WOOD'S SPORT SHOP Clayton and Elsie Wood Hunting, Fishing, Photographic Equipment Fast Film Service Phone 263-2272 WENDELL "PINKY" MARTIN Licensed and Bonded Dealer in Livestock Sales Every Monday Phone 263-2635 Clear Lake, Wis. MIDWAY BAR Beer, Wine, Liquor Hub Cress, Prop. Clear Lake, Wis.
ZEPHYR BUS DEPOT Groceries—Meats Dairy Products—Candy Lloyd—Helen Phone 263-2155 WARDEN LARSON Bulldozing, Contracting and Earth Moving Phone 263-2050 RAY'S PAINT REPAIR Custom Painting Body Work Phone 263-2857
JUNKANS MOTORS, INC. Minneapolis—Moline Massey Ferguson Milk—Trucking, PAPEC MC Choppers General Repairing Phone 263-2295 DR. M. H. MOORE Veterinarian Clear Lake, Wis. Phone 263-2215 Compliments of CLEAR LAKE HARDWARE Holger and Marion Petersen
Compliments of the CLEAR LAKE TELEPHONE CO. Compliments of L. A. CAMPBELL, JR. M.D. Clear Lake, Wis. WOOD PLUMBING, HEATING AND DE LAVAL Sales—Service— • Instal lation Phone 263-2018
Seniors, May Your Memories be Lasting, Success and Happiness HANSEN FARM EQUIPMENT LONG BRANCH BAR Les Yvonne
be Yours. INTER-STATE LUMBER CO. Allis-Chalmers Where Friends Meet
Phone 263-2665 Hilding Paulson, Mgr. New Holland New Idea Beer, Wine, Liquors
Compliments of CLEAR LAKE MARKET LLOYD KELLY'S BARBER SHOP
Groceries—Meats Andy and Ada Johnson Clear Lake, Wisconsin
Clear Lake, Wisconsin Phone 263-2277
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