Hot Springs High School - Bison Yearbook (Hot Springs, SD)

 - Class of 1960

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W ,,,, N1 1 1! , fW?:w1f2..,1 ,f , 1 A - ,. 1 , H f 11-wp JE - H 'Ep .Q 1 - . . f E.. , W, M. , nf' Y , m,.:f1.,2f.. -, .f , - Q: , if ., 1 . if -W M, M has-il, "'." I 2: -. 1 JIPJ1 'MY -' i If 'JL' 'WW1 ' 1 , if 1 ' . Us . nn.. ff Q. f, 1 ,,M,,,5 3, si, X r WML? , , 4 'Jawa 1, X. M911 1x - 2 fa. 1 1 'sig f ,f .- 4 my " .1-11fi+,a1g,gw..-Qf.1,, E . -M .M W E ' '-7 . 1-"f'f', V1f'.f,,..'?" . -Vx-Q JW fi" ' 'f ' .. K ' lf' 7 A 11 'F M , - , f. ,. aw or ,ogy f v,,' w.-1 ,yr , sp iv 1 , .. 4 'S ,fl ,, s 9, fwrkmxsg rs , ' Hwifgalzs uf S Mszfs W ,,., if ,sv The Bison Published by the Senior Class of 1960 Hot Springs High School Hot Springs, South Dakota MR. HAROLD F. WILSON came to Hot Springs as a coach in 1934, and in 1956 was elevated to principal of the high school. To a man who represents the qualities of understanding, fair- ness, friendliness, but above all, interest in the individual student, WE DEDICATE THE 1960 BISON. Administration and Faculty II! were change. appreciated. To the part of school system. 0 Principals High School Principal Harold Wilson Junior High Principal O C e TedBirdsa11, Secrefgry Custodions Margaret Winterberg 5 Maynard Johnson, Albert Burg Carl Andre Marguerite Cook Grace Price Robert Te rrill .Toe Raiewich Betty Redfield The teacher's job is one of self-sacrifice and dedi- cation, Even though their profession is a noble one, it is one receiving small reward and little appreciation Yet, through their never-ceasing efforts they bring the highest standards of education to Hot Springs High School. If they can inspire even a small group to strive for higher goals and reach success in life, their efforts have been well rewarded. High School Faculty Gail Hilgenberg Gerald Robison Dorothy Soliday Philip Soliday Marion Vaughn Walter Vaughn Bernice Williams School Board Elroy Schroeder, Vice -President Dan Christensen Floyd Weldon, Treasurer Charles Colgan, President William Richer, Secretary 1 1 1 I I Geraldine Kennedy Ri r , Charles Roper Classes Valedicforicn Salutaforian HELEN STODDARD Band 1,2,3,45 Choir 1,2,3,45 Jump- ing Jacks 3,45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Band Festival 1,2,3,45 Massed 45 All- State Band 45 Girls Glee 25 Vocal Festival 2,3,45 Massed Chorus 2,3,45 All-State Chorus 2,45 Nationalllonor Society 3,43 Pep Club 3,45 Latin Club 1,2,3,45 Declam 1,33 Debate 3g Thespians 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Junior Play staff, Senior Play Staffg Annual Skit5 Co-Editor Bison Bellowg Co-Editor Annual5 12-Year Classmate5 Government Day. Jour- nalism Award5 Vocal Music5 Prin- cess Pep5 Juckett English Award5 B Sa PW Scholarship. WILLIAM LINDGREN Choir 1,45 Massed Chorus 1,45 Na- tional Honor Society 45 Latin Club 1,2,3,45 Beta Mu l,2,35 Annual Staffg Declam lg Debate 3,45 Bison Bellow Co-editorg Quill and Scro1l45 N,F.L. 3,4, President 45 German Club 3,4, President 45 University Honor In- stitute 35J'OLlI'l'13.1iSH1AWaI'dg Nation- al Merit Semi-Finalist5 Government Day, Seniors VAL I E NNIGE S CHARLES BAHR Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Track 15 H-Club 3,45 Annual Staff5 Prince Pep5 Thespians 3,45 Govern- ment Day5 Junior Play Staffg Senior Play Staff5 Sophomore Talent Show 25 Annual Skits. ,TEROLD ANWAY Track 45 Basketball 35 Intramural Basketball 45 Debate 4. JOHN HARTMAN President 4g Treasurer 33 Key Club 3,4g Treasurer 43 National Honor Society 3,4g Thespians 4g National Forensic League 4g Band 1,2,3,4g Choir 4g Student Council 4: Boys' State 3: Debate 4g Declam 4g Sopho- more Talent Show 1,4g Government Dayg Declamation Awardg Woodward Biology Award. CLARE NCE HALLS IO ANNE FLANAGAN Latin Club l,2,3,4g Pep Club 1,2g Bison Bellow 4g Declam 1,25 Debate lg 12-Year Classmate, RAYMOND HRACHOVEC MARY FRAZIER Choir 1,4g Cheerleader 3,4g Pep Club 1,2,3,4g Latin 1,2,3,4g Pep Club Vice-President 2, Treasurer 45 Na- tional Honor Society 4g Homecoming Queen 4g Queen of Hearts 3g 12- Year Classmateg Vocal Festival 1,45 Massed Chorus 4g Senior Play Castg Senior Play Staffg Annual Skitg An- nual Staffg Princess Pep Candidateg D,A.R. Award, ROBERT GIRTON 12-Year Classmate, DONEEN HUMPHREY DE LILA STRICKLAND Choir 1,2,4g Vocal Festival 1,2,4g Girls Glee 2g F,H,A, l,2, President 1, Secretary 2g Declam 1,25 Thes- pians 4g National Honor Society 4: Pep Club 2,3,4g Princess Pep Can- didateg Co-Editor Annualg Annual Skitg Junior Play Staffg Senior Play Cast and Staffg Beta Sigma Phi Scholarship CNursingjg American Legion Certificate Award. ED STUTZMAN Basketball 1,2,3g Football 1,25 Track 1,2g Government Day. FRANK SCHROTH Football l,2,3,4g H-Club 3,4g Band 1,2, Honorable Mention All Confer- ence in Football. RON SCHROEDER H-Club 2,3,4g Annual Staffg Football 2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Track 45 Basketball All-Conference 3,4g All- State 4g Athletic Honor Society, DWIGHT SHOLL 12 -Year Classmate, DAVID GALE Quill and Scrollg One Act Plays 4, Declam 4g Bison Bellow Staff 45 Annual Staff 4g Annual Skitg Govern- ment Dayg Transferred fromBrain- erd School in Senior Year. BRUCE SMEBAKKEN Football l,2,3,4, Captain 45 Basket- ball 1,2,3,4, Co-Captain 4, Track l,2,3,4g H-Club 2,3,4, President 4, Athletic Honor Society 45 Class Vice-President 4, Student Council3, Vice-President 3g Class Treasurer 4g 12-Year Classmateg Thespians 3,4g Beta Mu 2,3g Sophomore Talent Show 2g 1st Attendant Prince Pepg Bison Bellow Staff 4, Annual Staffg Annual Skitg Junior Play Castg Ger- man Club 4g One-Act Plays 2,3,4g Government Dayg Elgin Dickinson Award 3, McKay Football Awardg Kiwanis Leadership Award, ,TOHN DAVIS THOMAS SMITH Transferred from Ft. Pierre, South Dakota, in Senior Yeai . WILLIAM WILSON Key Club 2,3,4g H-Club 45 Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball l,2,3,4g Track 1, 2,41 Thespians 4, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Staffg Band l,2,3g Choir lg Annual Staff, National Honor So- ciety 3,4, National Athletic Honor Societyg Latin Club l,2,3,4g Sopho- more Talent Show2g 12-Year Class- mateg Prince Pep Candidate. SHA RON HA LLS CA ROL BRIGGS Pep Club 1,2,4g Choir 25 F,H,A, l,2. CA RL COCKE RHAM H-Club 3,45 Football 1,2,3,45 Bas- ketball 1,25 Track 45 H-Club Vice- President 45 Thespians 3,4, Treas- urer 45 Prince Pep Candidate5 ,Tun- ior Play Crewg Senior Play Cast5 Sophomore Talent Show 25 Annual Skits5 Annual Staff5 lntramuralBas- ketball 4, LLOYD DUNCAN Football 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2, Track 1 2- H-Club 3 4 Treasurer 4- Government Day. DELORIS DAVIS Choir 2- Girls Glee Club 2 DICK DODD Band 1,2,3,4, Student Director 45 Choir 1,2,45 Boys Glee Club 25 Massed Choir 2,45 Key Club 3,4, Secretary 45 Sophomore Talent Show 1,2,45 Basketball 1,2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 Track 1,2,3,4g H-Club 3,45 National Athletic Honor Societyg An- nual Staffg Government Day5 P,T,A, Scholarship, CORA DARLING F.H.A. 1,2, WILLIAM HINEK Band 1,2,3,4g Choir 1, Key Club 2,3,4g Thespians 4, Secretary 2, Vice-President 3,4g Sophomore Talent Show 2, Senior Play Castg Government Day, Annual Staff: Latin Club 1,2. CONNIE KATT B-Cheerleader, Captaing Pep Club 3,45 Declam 3g Transferred from Tokyo, Japan. at inn -:Dim-Aug ,TIM LEWIS ELAINE GILLES Pep Club 3,4g F.H.A, 1,23 Choir 1,2g Bison Bellow Staff 4g Junior Play Staffg Senior Play Staff, Girls Glee2. A I ww- n ., , :f,,: , ,, Wt , E :, , , . , 3. . L ." i - ' j I ' V BONNIE MILLER Pep Club 1,2,3,4g F.H,A, 1,25 Girls Glee 25 Annual Staffg Junior Play Staff. HAROLD KRUSE Band 1,2,3,4g Choir 1,4g Jumping Jacks 2,3,4g Pep Band 1,2,3,4g Music Festival 1,2,3,4g Vocal Festival 1,45 Massed Chorus 1,4g Band President 4, Choir Treasurer 43 Sophomore Talent Show 1,2,3,4g Annual Staff, Pep Club 3,45 Key Club 4g Latin Club lg Massed Band 45 Instrumen- tal Music Award. KAROLYN BIEVER Pep Band 2,3,45 Band 2,3,45 Choir 2, 35 Pep Club 2,3,4, Vice-President 4, Treasurer 3, Secretary 35 Girls Glee Club 25 Girls State 35 Beta Mu 2,35 Thespians 4, President 45Junior Class Play5 Senior Class Play, Stu- dent Director5 One-Act Plays 2, Director 45 Band Festival 2,3,4g Choir Festival 2,35 Massed Chorus 2,35 Homecoming Attendant 45 Dra- matics Award 4. EUGENE BINGI-IAM H-Club 2,3,45 Choir 2,35 Football Manager 2. SALLY BRIMMER Latin Club 15 Pep Club l,2,45 F.H.A, 1,25 Government Day 45 Princess Pep Candidate 45 Thespians 45 Choir 1,2,45 Bison Bellow 45 Attended Junior Year at Greely, Co1orado5 Music Festival 4. EUGENE BOGNER Basketball 1,25 Track 1,2,3. ZANE DICKISON 12-Year Classmate5 Treasurer 25 Choir 1,45 Latin Club 15 I-l-Club 3,43 Student Council 45 Key Club 3,4, President 45 Annual Staffg Junior Play Cast, Junior Play Staff, Student Director One-Act Plays5 Govern- ment Day 45 Football 3,4, ,TERRY CALKTNS Bison Bellow 45 Quill and Scroll 4. DUANE SMITH National Honor Society 45 Student Council 15 Choir 15 Latin Club 1,2, 3,4, Vice-President 25 Sophomore Talent Show 1,2,4, MC 25 Sophomore Class President5 Debate 35 Declam 45 Senior Class Playg Thespians 45 Band 2,3,4, Student Director 3,45 Government Day. GLENNA THOMPSON Latin Club l,'2,3,45 PSP Club 3,47 Choir 1,2,3,4g F.H.A. 1. DARLENE WHITEHEAD Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Treasurer 25 Band 2,35 Pep Band 35 Band Festival 2,35 Girls Glee 2g Beta Mu 35 Thespians 4g Latin Club 1,2,45 Homecoming Attendant 45 2nd Attendant Princess Pepg 12-Year Classmateg Annual Staff5 Junior Play Cast5 Senior Play Staff and Cast5 One Act Play Direc- tor 45 Declam 45 "B" Cheerleader 2. GLORIA STARR Pep Club 2. . F ir "1l ' www: ga tli f SAM SHUTTLESWORTH Transferred from Brainerd School in second semester of Junior Year5 Bison Bellow Staff 4. WEST TWOMEY Band 1,2,3,45 Jumpingjacks 1,2,3,45 Band Festival 1,2,3,45 Massed Band 3,45 All-State Band 45 Band Manager 3,45 Librarian 4g Choir lg Latin Club 1,2,3,45 Bison Bellow Staff45Annual Skitg Junior Play staff5 Senior Play Staffg 12-Year Classmate. RICHARD SCHEPLER Latin Club 2,3,4. ROBERT REIDER Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 1,2,3,4g Track 1,4g Band 1,2,3,4gl-I-Club3,4g Key Club 2,3,4g Student Council President 4g Junior Class President, Freshman Class VicePresidentg National Honor Society 3,4g Annual Staffg Boys' State Representative: Latin Club 1,2,3,4g Junior Play Staff, Sophomore Talent Show lg Prince Pep Candidateg Athletic Honor So- ciety. .w rnr rgafrll' at.: ' ,,i.1,f PATRICIA REDER FHA 1 Pep Club 2 3 Choir 4 Cholr Festifal 4g 12-Year Class- ITIQIC NEAL OSMAN Band 3,45 Choir 1,45 Mass Chorus 4, Pep Band 3 Annual Staff4 Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, One Act Plays 2,4g Beta Mu 35 Thes- pians 3,4g Pep Club 3,45 Student Council, Music Festival 4, Sopho- more Talent Show 4, WANDA PETERS Choir 1,25 Girls 2g F.H,A, LESTON PHIPPS Hot Springs 1,25 Miltonvale, Kansas 3, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, first semester 4g Hot Springs second semester 4. Track lg Basketball lg Football 1. GRETCHEN KILLINGER Pep Club 1,2,3,4, President 4g Latin Club 1,2,3,4, Secretary 37 Cheer- leader 2,3,4, Captain 45 Choir l,2g Girls Glee 25 Massed Chorus 2g Class Secretary 4g Student Council 4, Secretary-Treasurer 45 National Honor Society 4g Beta Mu 3g One Act Play Director 4g Junior Play Castg Senior Play Cast and Staffg Thespians 3,4, Secretary 45 Quill and Scrollg Bison Bellow Editor 4g 12-Year Classmateg Sophomore Talent Show l,2g Homecoming,Queen Attendantg lst Attendant Princess Pep. WAYNE MAIGSEFF Band 2,3,4g Choir 1,43 Latin Club 1,2,3,4g Debate 3,4g Pep Club 3,42 Annual Staff 4g Pep Band 3,45 Music Festival 2,3,4, LAWRENCE NYGAARD Transferred from Provo, So u th Dakota, Sophomore Yearg Football 2g Track 2. LUCILLE OLSON F,H,A, lg Choir 1,2g Girls Glee 2g Junior Play Staff 3g Senior Play Staffg Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrowg A,A,U,W, Scholarship. DONALD O'MALLEY Football 1,2,3,4g Basketball 3g Track 2,3,4g Key Clubg 2,3,4g H-Club 3,4, Secretary 4g Student Council 45 Key Club Vice-President 4, SANDRA PIERCE Cheerleader 2g Pep Club 1,2g Latin Club lg 12-Year Classmateg Bison Bellow Staff. JANICE NYBERG F,H,A, 1, Pep Club 1, Choir 3,4, Choir Festival 3,4, 12-Year Class- mate. VIRGINIA NIEMANN Transferred from Brooklyn, Iowa, Junior Year, Pep Club 3,4, Student Council 4, Choir 3,4, Thespians 3,4, Beta Mu 3, Key Club Sweetheart 3, "A" Cheerleader 4, Girls' State 3, Junior Class Play, Senior Class Play, Princess Pep Candidate, One Act Plays 3. ' 47952 'lr WILLIAM HIRST Transferred from Sturgis, South Dakota, Junior Year, Band 3,4, Pep Band 3,4, Jumping Jacks 3,4, Bas- ketball Manager 4, Track 3,45 Annual Staff, H-Club 3,4, Band Festival 3,4, BEVERLY LEWIS 12-Year Classrnate, Pep Club 1,2, Declam 1, Choir 1,2, Girls Glee 2, Musical Festival 2, Latin Club 1, Class Treasurer 1. KAREN KEASLING Twirler 2,3,4, Choir 4, Princess Pep Candidate 4, Pep Club l,2,3,4, Junior Play Staff, Annual Staff, Homecoming Queen Attendant, F.H,A, 1, Choir Festival 4, Annual Skit. JAMES JOHNSTON National Honor Society 4, Key Club 4, National Athletic Honor Society, H-Club 4, Latin Club 1,2,3,4, Foot- ball l,2,4, Debate 3,4, Junior Play Cast, Senior Play Cast, Sophomore Talent Show 2,4, Thespians 3,4, N,F.L. Vice-President 4, One Act Plays 2,3,4, Beta Mu 2,3, Govern- ment Day 4, American History Award, National Merit Scholarship Finalist. , r xi X, A M, W -xx Vw ly A 1 P 1 ...f K 1'-if syn- i t Nl s if D S311 Baile 4 gs L I his 1 A . A in ,,,: ll M! 1 fe 5 " ' 5 -N 'Wsfs' 3- .U K' A , , is .mf If lf , 1 ,W 42 Mix J K I In . Y Y Dong Brill Jerry Benzel H ugh CFOwell Geor Ruth Duncan Luanna Englebert Dianna Ferguson Jacqueline Ferron Larry Fish Doris Gilles Marilyn Gorsuch Raymond Hanson Kathy Hart Janet Hilgenberg, 1-Q rv- l ' slll 1 his fu N .1- ' 4 , u umm'- ,sw""oM"3v"'33'v' r -ri sa 1 W s I' .s s s 4 ' s - 5 75231. , Slibf, vsgh .agg::a,::.20t9t 5'i3fD'14'1l' ' ' v'52QuY'2i'5'+::fi .nm ,lg-vi , ,. 4,:..,1,,.u.... '11-an-fv,n ':n..'f-n.-Nu w?.?."2' nr '1 "Q Z' :gg ni M1 1 vi 0- n - -fe el 4 new .vw no. fs wtbf 8 , 'z af" ml' 'V MW' I' A-lifgfffi a l i' we i ,K .,,. ,ls igas, N ew f 5' gf ' , W Q. , 1 5 gig B0Wker 'Na A were Kemlerh Dahl Gary Brandt Elbelr Donnell Ella Briggs Juniors Bil 1 Dukelow is ,, K , Ak m l wi "tr , . . V' W, 4 any f K, gf: 5 A-av N l r m y ls l , I wi- : , ' ' ,- fy s . . 5:3 2 , sgsfsr, 1 ll - ,ig t , 'Q- Q 3 I wr. -x fig y ,,,, , all ad? X ' 1 xe W as x SM . , , S yyyy y 'fs if ,mm A if X .WA W LVL2' ll 1' Z 1 if +2 h A --'Q Q- o X """"' Km s ,1 f if Q 'U SQ:-'R 41,. ga x g 2 Ka lvalfel- Cl Dianna Ka- Uald Hulbe lser Dennis ff Carl Hu ' Xford Lauve L orerra Lewis Y Hill Steve Hoy RO Wanda Johnstone Melvin Lulf 'Juniors 1- 2 ,M f' 49" v 92 ' " - - 'E' 2 pg 4 ,. ,Q ' A l '--' K' ,nf if we 'W ww- 4-asv' iyfiif ...M as n l l nnn 9 in ' 3 wr ,n., N' V Y 3 V ,, L Ln" l ' fi T , f n A ' if . ' l llls n n V, ' "nn r - , 'Z' -, 'F fi ' 7 'filefli K 5 ""k ' ' . lf Q. 2 f 1' V K +12 ' ' 5 i ' 1' 'z:':-:.- 'fM ?'.QJ577 f I 2, ,Nr X nwz,, ,-1n1,-11 Q g 5 l aa ,.,: -1. ml. - Q , f E, sf s 5? Bill McCollam Mike McCune Martha Millett Gordon Muhm Helen Muhm Iucly Muhm Rodney Newberg Jack O'Mal1ey Joyce Peck Carlos Persson 5521? W' ' ff - . Q ,,"' V' . 7 A if Vrkyk 3 ,Qi 5,15 KK lg 35 ' " Yr ' QWM Q , 2 2: 1 1 N A 1' ' ,Q 2 , , . 'F T x J is ' ' fffzf -:.:.' r f, V -, 1 Q I-fide' 2'1" A 775 . V ., , , , . .L.L AWK 'r 1 - Z 'L MM' 'L " Y' 'rr I ,.,. a s il Y Ma 'WM , .. M.. ,A . . ., SQ, M ry Peters G if as 4, ike ' ary Re Q r is Ski-UD61' . der I Q' .k ff.. Y - F 'W '33-V B111 sme, - T. Richer R A1 Sliieae onald Sh r ff'-FD C Pat Sfdnley Eaymond 311011 Ona Juniors rf ld Strickland 'WMI 1, yi . .5 tif' 15.1, 1: K, , ..2z1'i3yv , Z f ,:g1a EgjQ ff 1 ' 92 .: 'Z' .sy z - . ' 15 55 iergviwv' tv" A t z W . , ,gs girlgglyi ' ' 1 Piiiiiiidaii NM' 35?-52H!ll:1?E1-W -Q, ' ' 1' g 1 gy Aw. -J T Mn T ,Q 1 . V H ' - , fir, ,, ,+I fl? .Vi 5 , 1 'Y 1 vm r f 'Y fi . ,ff : Q : f fs'-rr-. si ' 'E 'ffl J A "f.K'1.-1 is -1: v ffilff T " -A 1 ' 1415'rg'i,,M?' -W . r ,, I a - sms- 55- -- .ez 2:1 +5 Q' F we L QL ? - g " ,V U -, r Gail Strom Karen Thompson Wallabe Thorp Vic Varick Robert Wadleigh Lana Wasserburger Mary Weisser Susan Wilson Thomas Woclden Ray Wooclsend NOT PICTURED David Dite Mike Doleman Gary Halls Donald Hanson Harry McFarland Vaughn Meyer Morris Russell Alyce Wilson Tim Woorlclen Bob Wortham Ellen Young Marlene Adams Ssilrirfii f 51 Tiki i WSW' 'E Vicky Barber Verel Benson Robert Brill Joyce Brownson Norma Burg I xl if W X L ,gi 'ii 5-3 Ky T g 'X 33- w Ida Denton M Mary Flanagan M el va Dickinson arian Gilkey Starla Butler Penni Carr Jud ith Coc kerham Chris Cranston Mary Critchfield Sophomoresr Evelyn Dodd Rose Gordon .m ss Wigs 14, . ,. mtgshg kwii-f'ig'5 f ,uvaemm rv -- ZW .. K E, A H .fg hmn Vf. 1 ""-yy I K .C KL M yrrr Arthur Donnell Katherine Hagen , I S-N 1 MQ at . . . . 1 "' rl' R in r Xtw xs f: 'wiiffiii ,EEFP7 ' ' ' . tv.,. , . I ws-,' i . . . K ' I V, Wi QQ -- Norma Dawson Kittie English Kenneth Halls Ed ith Fisher Erwin Heimbuck C I Nr -, H .. xg K x 4 we H K , F wt U5 ' xii 5,13 ,,. H f A' 'Z Q -Aww 'y - , 3 wr 5 J, E Q 'if 2 g, 2 f 4 6 5' 2 r Q .se 5? -f 5 Z? T . Q14 X , ,g i ,Q , .lv,.ff.' ..,,. ,f .35 tw fwfa 5 5,515 !, .6,l, rigilliii il Donna Henry 79-.., '32, p ' f ' ,Q G3 -,Q ,f ' Ti ' 'J ' T Helen Hiller Roddy Hinek Robert Jackson Scott Johnson Duane Kaiser George Kruse Frances Larive TOH1 Marty Rose Merwin f Sopho Joyce LeLaCheur Richard Miller I' 2. ferr 'qlfigi Y . -M Q .nfwql 'mms we M t .,r. "r' ' QWLS5? 'f " V . , L jg? Q J L "" 1 2' 1, J , ,Y J, , . ,bg ,,. fa ggi 6 .NA lf? J 'K A ff, W 1 A, 'x - ,A W- W-A af' 'rs 4, -,vi ...li ,. t x f Q x3 Jim Kaiser Carol Katt Mary Kennedy Karen Keisner James Kienitz J a J , iiis F. .5 I r XA 5, J f 4,1 55- r f 3 ,F Karen Krein mores ,Qs Sandra Little Julia Muhm James Lindgren Larry Mueller Carol Lorenz Melvin Nygaard r , J - .ref .111 Hass,ifwfifcfwfsff-2ife?z,2 we J ' a , ,,3f'.,+f,- Q, . - , fa-fig?- ':. aw- . , -1 ,A ' ,rr' f X :gs m f1,ff,1f11w-'::,4'f ff'-- ss 1 ww , ' " .,." 5 , Ea... 3, J ,J " 'I 4 if 'J A 1- g....- K I 594- if , A , ,4 T. 527, s ., aqon-wr, ' - ile- ' 'i r 4 ..y 55555: ,:., . , ,, iii, I v : gg, I .- I mg? F 5- A rzvsiirgfr' ., ff ,. if Iafle O'Dea wr A 9 ig: f ' f f . ,s - is at K 1 , . ,L L.,. , ,Q If S, Eg is s1!'f'fIl5ifi,.YII I Catherine Strickland Clifton Strickland Pamela Welch Ardith Wiese Garry Paton Betty Peters Gail Peterson Kenneth Pitts Kay Pudwill 'r::2 J fl was if rr 4 as J ww as Q .4 S J A 9 Ray Ruble Judith Schnute Margaret Schroth NOT PICTURED Glen Sheets George Dallen Alvin Shelbourn Glen Hupp David Jenniges Joseph Killinger Frank Losea Ralph Newberg Sophomoresi John Sweem John Wilson EH' X misss X, ' r "ir,'es lsy 31 tsyy -.-. JJ h Z Robin Turner Joyce Wilson l i J iii 2 Linda Warner Jerry Winkler Llama Warner Donna Wortham Y L.:., f--We-... 5 he 4 , ulzi as t tar , Jr FRONT ROW, Left to Right: R, Writer, G, Stutzman, S, Rust, J, Getz, G, Wendt, M, Colson, M, Johnson, To. Cook. SECOND ROW: J, Dallen, D, Halls, F, Statz, T, Thompson, J, Phillips, R. Leonard,l. Cole- man, M, Konantz, J, Gervasi, G, Mueller. THIRD ROW: D, Wolvington, J, Darling, S, Tureen, C, Peterson, T, Ripke, J, Miller, D, Gallup, F, Waxler, J, Kocer, J, Vallard. 9 Freshmen FRONT ROW: C, Willhoite, E, Granburg, D, Tillotson, J, Halverson, E, Englebert, P, Hallet, E, Jackson H, Young. SECOND ROW: K, Merrill, G, Easterby, S, Christenson, C, Strom, S, Weise, M, Merwin, C Duncan, M, Briggs. THIRD ROW: N, Merwin, B, Renstrom, M, Dallen, M, O'Malley, D, Slater, E, Ittzes C, Weisser, K, Wilkinson, I, Judd. FOURTH ROW: J, Davis, B, Lewis, S, Davis, J, Dite, M, Roth, B Ferguson, C, Denton, M, Mullin, B. Marsden, S, Crawford. FIFTH ROW:,D, Knueppel, M, Makeeff, P. Shindlebower, S, Starr, L, Girton, D, Dodd, J, Reider, K, Ward, 9 W 25 0 6? 049 49 Q Q3 Q Acfivifieb QQ? 9 Q59 H sn AW I nn 9 II 6 EN U s Sophomore Tolent Show N TIE FOR SECOND AND THIRD Vaughn Meyer and the Top Teens if FIRST Polka Band MASTER OF CEREMONIES Jerry Winkler QUEEN MARY KAY and her attendants Karolyn Beiver, Darlene Whitehead, Gretchen Killinger, and Karen Keasling reigned over the activities of H,S,'s 22nd annual Homecoming, rife-fa-.,, After being crowned by Student Council President, Robert Reider, Mary Kay's first official act was to bless the football offered by co-captain, Don O'Malley. FIRST Sophom QUEEN-ELECT Mary Kay touched the torch to spark a flaming "H", Symbol of a Homecoming gridiron victory. HONORS in the float contest were copped by the ore Class. if SECOND place in the homecoming parade was taken by the Freshmen with then float Rip Em Up"g the Seniors third: f and the ,Tumors Out Dig the Diggers died in fourth place. Homecoming An evening pep rally at the Woodward Field triggered the two days of activities that marked the 1959 Homecoming. Pep talks were given by Superintendent Crosswait and alumni ,T im Lovell and Speed McAllister. The evening was climaxed by a snake dance through the tovm led by the cheerleaders, The following afternoon there was a parade of floats entered by classes and organizations, which the Sophomore float, "Wash 'Em Out", won. Coronation ceremonies were held just before the Bison- Golddiggers game. As the band formed a huge heart in the center of the football field, convertibles carrying the five candidates circled in around the track. The girls were escorted to the center of the heart by band mem- bers, where Mary Kay Frazier was announced Homecoming Queen by Del Brandt, MC. Homecoming drew to a close with the annual student-alumni dance in the school gym. wil' W JONATHAN and Mahilda Rockwell, eccen- tric, elderly New Englanders, who had been presumed dead, returned bag and baggage to set up their old wood-burning range in the n bedroom and make themselves comfortable. HERBERT GAGE bought a Connecticut farm to escape the distractions of New York City while he wrote a best seller only to find another dis- traction in the form of Matt Rockwell, son of the former owners of the house. "IT WAS A FRIGHTENED, desperate, soul-chilling moo -moo-oo-oo." Herbert describes his heroic feat of saving a cow to an avid audience, Members of the cast were Don Strickland, who portrayed Carson, the local constable, Kathy Hart depicted Marge Gage, the mother, while Walter Judd was seen in the part of her husband, Herbert. Jack O'Malley played Matt Rockwell: .T.T, Richer was Mr. Loomis, a lawyer, and Susan Wilson as Barbara Gage, fiancee of George Husted fl-Iugh Crowellj. Ruth Duncan was cast as tom- boyish Sarah Gage, youngest member ofthe Gage clan, while Martha Millett took the part of the middle sister, January Thaw .... xy The Junior Class Presents N H ttf olives ?" Paula. Lana Wasserberger opened the play as the snappish maid, Frieda, who departed rapidly and permanently when the Rockwells returned. Marilyn Gorsuch excelled in the part of lame Mahilda, wife of Jonathan Rockwell fRay Woodsendj, The news of the Rockwell's return was conveyed throughout the STRANDED in the midst of a blizzard without any electricity or transporta tion, and only corn flakes, molasses and olives for breakfast, a completely frustrated father Gage retorts, "Say grace for corn flakes - and stuffed t,,. , A 4 dt,i pf igit' vga' ,jg-iff g ,WZ ta 1. A i 541 . if A f Q'af,W,t neighborhood by an old family friend, Uncle Walter fSteve Hoyj, The attractive colonial setting was designed by the director, Mr. Robison, and was brought into being by Rodney Newberg, Stage Manager, and his crew: Hugh Crowell, Mike McCune, Don Strickland, Janet Hilgenberg, and Luanne Englebert. JON "Shy Guy" sw, 4 as my .- - avg 1 fi 2? aV LARRY HOPED to frighten an unexpected Miss Whipple away and keep the truth from coming out by telling her that Fred was mentally incompetent and apt to be dangerous. Miss Whipple was so upset with the news that she took sleeping pills instead of aspirin, 'Meir H ga- VL 1 ' V',V, s if 3. TO KEEP the real source of his sudden wealth hidden from his parents and girl friend, Fred explained that he had been teachingMiss Whipple, a wealthy but eccentric old lady, the fundamentals of football. Q-A VV., - fp, 1- .I -:fp f .1 Q K i K Vt ,V I I Vs M faV:VgE5H7, t ,V V V - ia- V s - V Vw ' ' . - V Vi W, , A - V . 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VL, -, L K 7, " V ' - iff j . -ig ,Q gi f. , ,aygeg tgz mir a, . . 1 -we LARRY BELIEVED that bill collector, Bill Sterli was going to repossess Icabod, a puppy he bought his girl on the installment plan. Z g i i y LY- 'V H 1521. Ve L Vrfs' ,, L QL -'A w- 1: P riviiaiffw l Ezhxpifffi .. --1, Ig .wacfizi f -' ':, ':i'fs11'1-..f,f,'3. -, i nf, 5 Y ' 'fi ' A , M xii , E V i -fr it-JL 9 ggx US. fo 1' Left to right, members of the cast were: Jim Johnson, Bill Hinek, Mary Kay Frazier, DeLila Strickland, Darlene Whitehead, Carl Cockerham, Gretchen Killinger, Neal Osman, Sally Brimmer, Virginia Neimann, Duane Smith. Senior Closs Ploy. When Fred Hastings fCarl Cockerhamj spends more money than his parents believe he is earning, when his friend, Larry Madison fNeal Osmanj, attempts to get his chum out of hot water, and when an eccentric old lady of eighty decides to play football, any attempt at trying to preserve the sanity of other casual observ- ers becomes futile. F red's mother, Cora fDeLi1a Stricklandj, is planning a birthday for Fred's girl, Nancy fSa11y Brimmerj, but when two beautiful strangers appearin the persons of Gloria Patterson fvirginia Niernannj and Lois Corwin CMary Kay Frazierj, the plot thickens, Fred is doomed, his job as a model for Glamour Girl Cosmetics is about to be revealed, But leave every- thing to Larry, Larry insists. GilbertHastings, Fred's father fBil1 Hinekj, is furious whenhe learns of Fred's modeling job. Nancy isn't sure how she feels about it, Julie Tucker's fGretchen Killingerj main concern is being able to keep the puppy Larry has bought for her on the installment plan, And that's when Melinda Whipple fDarlene Whiteheadj, that wiry bundle of energy, eighty years strong, appears. A birthday party? It turns out to be something slightly less than an open house affair, with a Mr, Danburry flames ,Tohnsonj looking for local television talent, Bill Sterling fDuane Smithj looking for his girl, and Melinda Whipple looking for enough space in which to make a touchdown. The play was directed by Gerald Robison, with Karolyn Biever as the student director. Zane Dickin- son and Charlie Bahr were the stage managers, and Bill Wilson the business manager. The crew con- sisted of: Zane Dickinson, Char1ieBahr, Don O'Ma11ey, Bill Hinek, Wayne Makeeff, and Carl Cockerham, GRAND MARCH led by Junior Class President, Gary Brandt, and Pat Stanley opened the prom, Dancing continued until midnight, Junior-Senior Prom "Isle of Golden Dreams" was the theme chosen by the Juniors for their prom and banquet, Nets, streamers, balloons, and palm trees carried out the theme of what most agree was the most successful prom in the history of Hot Springs High School. A movie and breakfast concluded the post-p rom activ- ities. SOPHOMORES were elected as servers for the pre-prom banquet held at the United Church. MR, AND MRS, ROBISON chat with Superinten- dent and Mrs. Crosswait. Mr. Robison and Mr, Vaughn were the Junior Class sponsors. I-iam if Xi- Q chad P s ond Hexen e rince and Princess Pe 'or boys and nine senior girls were contenders Nine sem for Prince and Princess Pep. Students attending the 1 b s onsored dance chose Charles Bahr and Pep-C u p Helen Stoddard as Prince and Princess Pep. First were Bruce Smebakken and Gretchen Killin- attendants gerg second attendants were Harold Kruse and Darlene Whitehead. The Prince and Princess Pep Dance is the final semi-formal dance of the year. P Und Gr S Hdrgld and fchen Daflene Bison Bellow Quill ond Scroll QQ? .. if k we , , , i '- ' -' 'Nw 'aff , 2 its li 'GW' , " M, . , if 2' QL , gfgggr , an ig FE Q ill' .2 eff if 1 A , . " , kk,,.,, -- ,--f K gfiV'g :W ggi, .i . 'Aw V 41 mp 1 D- K- galrgg r 6 , MP G. B. H. M, Gale Calkins Ha rt Killinger L indg ren Stoddard Weisser BACK ROW: Sam Shuttlesworth, Bill Lindgren, ,Terry Calkins, Kathy Hart, Georgia Bowker, Mary Weisser, Elaine Gilles, West Twomey, Bruce Smebakken. FRONT ROW: Sally Brimrner, JoAnn Flanagan, Sandra Pierce, Helen Stoddard, and Gretchen Killinger, The task of publishing the BISON BELLOWS falls upon the shoulders of the journalism class and their advisor, Mrs. Betty Redfield. Chasing down news, finding pictures, racing to meet deadlines, and much hard work is the ground work that must be laid before each ofthe issues of the Bellows goes on sale. An honorary journalistic society, Quill and Scroll is open to any student who has had forty one column inches published and is in the upper one-third of his class. This year seven of the qualifying students joined. Key Club a fr ..,.,...-fi 'W BACK ROW: L. Fish, I. Johnson, G. Kruse, R. Reider, R. Dodd, B. Slater, K. Hill, B. Benson. MIDDLE ROW: M. Skinner, B. I-linek, M. Russell, B. Dukelow, B. Wilson, Z, Dickinson, J. Hartman. FRONT ROW: M. Nygaard, J. Winkler, S. Hoy, J. O'Malley,H. Kruse, R. Ruble, D. O'Malley. Key Club's calendar of events included: cleaning the meetings twice monthly. Mr. Carl Ottman is the campus, sponsoring a car wash, participating in the Sponsor of this service organization. March of Dimes Drive, a banquet, and noon luncheon - ZANE AND DICK help raise money for K Club's treasury. 5' 1 OF FICERS--Don O'Malley, John Hartman, Bub Reider, Zane Dickinson, and Dick Dodd. ,K is 1? r CF? rl len Stocldafd Robert Reider Bill Wilson e Bill Dukelow i'i' H To be a the National Honor Society is honor which may ii'f be student. -The first members of 1960 were chosen in the these were: i 11 W i ls o n, Helenfisgfoddard, Gretchen Killingef Suzan W HSOH Reider, and John To a f meniber, a student hiiyelour qdali- ggiesg scholarship,ffcheracfer, Service, Qridgiysleaderslilbf iiiio These are the objectives Which the National Honor Society pro- ' i ' Q J 01117 Ha I-1.177812 'Tir Janet Hilgenbe-rg Marv Kay Frazier MHTY Lou Weisser r i if A' A shi i g l f ,hlh I f r 5 r . M A A sllil JF: 5. ' 3, ., , ,, A '. " E , ,,., r jk z, ' 1 1 V ,lv A V ,. f 3 1 K Q ' 2 N if 1 , , f 'Alfrref A I . M. 'M - ,,'. eff' WHL ., Dena Strickland James IOHUHOH DUHHS Smith Bill Lindgren This year's 12-year classmates boast the larg- est membership in the history of the school. Although high aca- demic standards are a prime factor of the Latin Club, an initiation and an- nual picnic are featured social activities, FRONT ROW: J, Nyberg, H, Stoddard, M, Frazier, C, Briggs, S, Pierce, D, Whitehead, G, Killinger, P, Reder, J, Flannagan. SECOND ROW: V, Jenniges, E, Bingham, D, O'Malley, L, Duncan, F, Schroth, C. Halls, W, Twomey, B, Wilson, B, Smebakken, Z, Dickinson, N, Osman, H, Kruse, J, Anway. Lolin Club FRONT ROW: J, Killinger, R, Ruble, J, Wilson, T, Ripke, E, Heimbuck, J, Miller, R, Woodsend, M, John- son, D, Wolvington, C, Peterson, J, Phillips, J, Gervasi. SECOND ROW: M, Schroth, R, Turner, N, Burg, J , Wilson, S, Wilson, R, Duncan, S, Butler, P, Welch, J, Flannagan, G, Thompson, C, Duncan, THIRD ROW: G, Strom, K, Pudwell, M, Kennedy. .T. Schnute, J . Brownson, E, lttzes, M, Weisser, M, O'Ma'lley, H, Hiller, I, Judd, S, Christenson, C, Denton, J, Reider, G, Easterby, K, Wilkinson, C, Strom, M, Mu.llin. FOURTH ROW: T, Cook, M, Dickinson, C, Weisser, K, Krien, S, Davis, H, Stoddard, J, Hilgenberg, R, Leonard, D, Dodd, M. Peters, B, Marsden, D, Knueppel, L, Warner, K, ward, M, Frazier, J, Dite. FIFTH ROW: D, Smith, T, Marty, W, Makeeff, J, Johnston, R, Reider, B, Wilson, J, Kocer, B, Dukelow, A, Shellborn, V, Benson, K, Pitts, J, Winkler, R, Shepler, C, Pearson, J, Coleman, fo Y' bv O- w0Q'b ep C9 Q1 Q.. 059 0 4 Tex g 0 Q60 XN . Sokmi-tone G . '6XXXKmg,e,1 NX. Exams: Yi . View et Club 'fo' Y J w . 0 004, Qs- fk , V L, M, 1 3129 .f N . 3 ' X .4 if Q in f 1 f A 4 ' L ' ' -l' '.+J 53 H U "Wifi - - M ,A i i? 'I .X 5.1-M ' 1 'STS YQA L wil-fl a W - 1 " M 5 1.1. -. - Mrs ' : 2 W Q: 2 - '- S i sf t 3 M' ' Q W ' SL y f ' : Y ' . f f 'wif 1 - 1 2 Ygk3ff4K3-5 is fs2f?53 3w V- M K f My - - 1 M 2 Q-. iffww., .. A Q K mmf. wggg,W,f,Mf,,Z , :f :.wnffQ,w f .. . 5223-s -fwsggfygy. Wim sw-eQ2xszQfzm,f-ffiie ' M Y. . .4-.. .:- ?g4gSv,,,fff. M. , . ,k.. ,fWfJgA,,?gw,,,,,g..W,A,- wma WQHAXHQM,-F f : 1 wi 5 95 M mv 0 ,,,, , ff- HN ifwvfasef . I :S-6.-'fFi'5i --:g :J-if .. Wiz!-:"I 'ii :ls : '. 1 ' QQ' .H , A Jw - Miz? f A -: . 'ff?31 ,Q5QfQff ' ' xg 7- is .N .H f- N - .. V .mmf k Aan- 2, Qwgfiifi Qi fffyrbff x .3 ffK'-i2q1?v2 "- f- S ziwf " A .A,, , A W' . ' Ju k ri I -T k.. ' 3 if P T- .. S .. .- ,,.: .N. .QR!r J? R Q U N I X 'ff ' - - X iw NE FRONT ROW: M, Adams, D, Whitehead, M, Kennedy, J. Wilson, P, Carr, M, Dickinson, M, Mullin, K, Hart, SECOND ROW: D, Henry, K, Pudwill, J, Schnute, I.Whitford, K. Hagen, M, Schroth, G, Bowker, M, Gorsuch, M, Frazier, G, Easterby.THIRD ROW:J. Hartman, D, Smith, D, Gale, M. Skinner. C Sv X22 N ,X 'X Qxxlljlggf 'f--?EQi O Debate FRONT ROW, G, Easterby, I. Schnute, M, Kennedy, S, Wilson, R, Duncan, G, Killinger M, Mullin, M, Dickinson, SECOND ROW: S. Hoy, M, Skinner, I, Hartman, W, Makeeff J, Johnson, I. Anway, 1 x Thespions --f BACK ROW: Steve Hoy, Duane Smith, John Hartman, Zane Dickinson, James Johnston, Charles Bahr, B111 Wilson, Bruce Smebakken, Bill Hinek, Carl Cockerham, Neal Osman, J. T. Richer. FRONT ROW: De Lila Strickland, Helen Stoddard, Kathy Hart, Marilyn Gorsuch, Sally Brirnmer, Vriginia Niemann, Darlene White- head, Gretchen Killinger, Karolyn Biever. Student Council ie? THIRD ROW: George Kruse, John Hartman, Kenny Pitts, Bill Dukelow, Jerry Kocer, Zane Dickinson, Jerry Winkler. SECOND ROW: Tin Cook, Don O'Malley, Kathy Hagen, Virginia Niemann, Janet I-Iilgenberg, Martha Millett. OFFICERS: Gretchen Killinger, Bub Reider, and Gary Brandt. Voices rose in song following the melody these hands played every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday of the school year. Mrs. Hilgen- berg gave immeasurable support to Mrs. Millett and Hilgie when each directed the choir. Helen Stoddard and West Twomey were selected by auditions from among 900 South Dakota band members to attend All State Band in Aberdeen, March 25 and 26. Mr. I-Iilgenberg accompanied the two to the eastern part of the state for the festivities. , MMQK These hands direct the band and choir of good ole H.S,H,S, in concerts and festivals several times each year, All the hard work pays off in the results ofa concert well given, FRONT ROW: K, Hart, K, English, K, Wilkinson, H, Stoddard, J, Hilgenberg, P, Stanley, M, Millett. BACK ROW: B. Slater, V. Varick, H, Crowell, K, Pitts, A, Speaect, ldusic Hilgie's band started the year with a bang at CSTC'sHomecoming, At football games, the band's bright uniforms were the colorful display for the half-time show. Band mem- bers again donned uniforms for the Winter Concert. All Stole Choir FRANCES HILGENBERG .1 - 'A -. -ff ' ' V"-'m f . -f K'-'ig AM : - 5 ' at .f gi Xrf,.Ql5g,,,11,G,,,.. v, T GAIL HILGENBERG BETTY MILLETT Events In Marchl-lilgie took two to All- State Band at Aberdeen, Then at Rapid City everyone again marched for the Band Festival. The band finished the year with the Spring Concert and said good-bye to the Seniors at Commencement, Mr. Gail Hilgenberg directs the sixty-six member choir, Twelve of the group were chosen to partici- pate in the All-State Chorus held in Mitchell. Three exciting'days of practices and public performances was deemed a satisfactory reward for the many hours of practice by these students. The vocal section of the Music Festival held in Lead for schools in this area provided an enjoyable ex- perience for the entire choir mern- bership. In the joint winter and spring concerts the choir shares honors with the band. This activity is planned for the pleasure of the parents and patrons of the school, The appearance of the choir at the annual Baccalaureate service is the final one of the school year. TOP, Left to Right: M, Frazier, K, Hagen, M, Kennedy D, Dodd, R, Newberg, M. Dolernan, K, Pitts, I.T.Richer V. Varick, B, Slater, H, Crowell, B, Dukelow A, Speaect, C, Peterson, J, Hilgenberg, B, Ferguson THIRD: P, Reder, K, English, K, Hart, D, Dodd N. Osman, W, Makeeff, B, Jackson, G, Kruse, K, Hill H. Kruse, E, Heinibuck, R, Writer,J, Getz, P, Stanley M, Dickinson. SECOND: S, Christensen, J, Nyberg C, Briggs, J, Dite, M. Gorsuch, H. Stoddard R, Gordon, S. Brimmer, V, Niemann, J. Brownson C. Lorenz, M. Mullins, E, Ittzes,H, Muh1'n,K. Pudwill FIRST: L, Englebert, K, Wilkinson, G. Thompson C, Denton, C, Strom, D, Strickland, D, Wortharn J. Whitford, J. Reider, K, Ward, E, Fisher, G, Peter- son, K, Keasling, B, Renstrorn, M, Millett, C, Duncan SECOND SEMESTER: W, Lindgren, Z, Dickinson J, Hartman. Mixed Chorus 9 1 CLARINET Martha Millett Patsy Stanley Ioyce Wilson Luanne Englebert Mary Lou Weisser Kathy Foley Mary O'Mal1ey Margaret Schroth Norma Burg Diana Slater Jackie Dite Bobbie Clay Mary Lindgren Susan Schroeder Julie Reider OBOE Starla Butler Judy Cockerham ALTO CLARINET Kay Ward BASS CLARINET Karen Krein Vicky Barber FLUTE Helen Stoddard John Wilson Deanna Dodd Kathy Hagen Melva Dickinson Sally Wilson TENOR SAX John Hartman Jim Kaiser Duane Smith Susan Christensen ALTO SAXOPHONE STRING BASS TRUMPET Pam Welch Penny Carr Harold Kruse Joyce Brownson Bill Hinek Deanna Kaiser PERCUSSION Kanneth Pitts Lrene Judd Dick Dodd William Hirst Beverly Marsden Marlene Adams Rita Willis BARITONE SAX George Kruse Helen Hiller BA SSOON Erwin Heimbuck BASS HORN Mike Doleman Mike McCune Vaughn Meyer Janet Hilgenberg Suan Wilson Mike Skinner Robert Reider Jerry Winkler West Twomey Lana Wasserburger FRENCH HORN Judy St. Onge Beverly Hudson BARITONE HORN Jim Ballard Mary Anna Kennedy Wayne Makeeff Chris Cranston Ray Woodsend Dick Gallup Doug Wolvington Phil Hiller TROMBONE Karolyn Biever Jim Gervasi Brian Tucholke Kathy Hagel 5 xf 5 if 3 ii F Q fi 1 fa 4 2 x E X 1 ,E 5 ii Marching Bond i fi 4 3. CLASSES . JUNIOR HIGH . . MUSIC . . ATHLETICS . . ORGANIZATIONS . . ADMINISTRATION AN PHOTOGRAPHER . . COPY. . BUSINESS MANAGERS FACULTY ADVISOR s FACULTY David Gale, Don O'Malley, Bruce Smebakken . Bill Hinek, Bonnie Miller . . Bill Hirst, Harold Kruse . . Robert Reider, Ron Schroeder . . .Mary Kay Frazier, Bill Wilson . . . Bill Lindgren, James Johnston . . Neal Osman . Charles Bahr, Darlene Whitehead . Dick Dodd, Zane Dickinson . . Derral Herbst 1--' FIRST ROW: Bill Slater, Dennis Larive, Jack O'Malley, Gary Brandt, Jerry Kocer, Joe Killinger, Ray Ruble, Kenny Pitts, Bub Reider,J. T.Richer, and CoachRajewich SECOND ROW: Gary Reder, Mike Skinner, Bill Dukelow Melvin Luff, Don O'Malley, Carl Cockerham, Melvin Ny- gaard, Ron Schroeder, Ray Woodsend, and Vic Varick. THIRD ROW: Bruce Smebakken, Charles Bahr, James J ohnston, Dick Dodd, Lloyd Duncan, Frank Schroth, and Kenny Dahl, Officers x 4 H-Club H-Club is open to anyone who has lettered in football, basketball or track. This year the club adopted a new set of rules during the school term that its members must uphold. H-Club sponsored a dance in the gym and crowned as queen Sally Brimmer, a member of the senior class. Members who have maintained the school's scholastic average are eligible for membership in National Athletic Scholastic Society. Mem- bers include James Johnston, Bub Reider, Dick Dodd, Ron Schroeder, Bruce Smebakken, Lloyd Duncan, Frank Schroth, and Don O'Malley. a QF' , , 4 , f T K S E N I OR . :'5? F A Q I m 3 1,1 " K - '33 A U ' Wk X 737-Q26 WM ' Svvsesvaa QW A -4' W 5 X , ., g f f GY-X QocVl"fx'-'-1""' k 1 Q Q Y i? k g 0 Vx! 1 Z oust K J J L flzlx X ki X N, lLT.0 rcjk ,A if K g' ' h k . -'i 1 5 f x ' L -fi X 4, , V 5 4 f L ' f NA: N J H ct, f J fd C' Ecu Bcxky 5 0 Rader ua 4 " A q5iXNwxXs0" J i DKK DMM Q 4A ' 6' 1 A t X mx v 3 J 1 X . mm 1 X ' x . Q TGMYS 5-X05 I Dow X O'NlQUey S Qu X Qfy Qu NQCRV1 -i,vv l:5" 1 f 1, Ll, ' v ,lr ggi M, , Coaches . 3 W5 .-:ix 'Z xi A f 'H 1, .m,, . 6 , if kr.: E .. , H l L b 'XL' ' .L . A Joe Rajewich Carl Andre D e fe n s e I s Y o u r LEFT TO RIGHT: Jack O'Mal1ey, Bill Dukelow, Bruce Srnebakken, Zane Dickinson, Bill Slater, Lloyd Duncan, Don O'Ma11ey, Bub Reider, Gary Brandt, Carl Cockerham, Dean B e S 1' Fish. 0 ffe n s e sg aid, A K dd d I LEFT TO RIGHT: Bill Wilson, Bub Reider, Gary Brandt, Lloyd Duncan, Zane Dickinson, Frank Schroth, Bruce Smebakken, Bill Slater, Dean Fish, Charles Bahr, Bill Dukelow. Footboll Lettermen What is a letter? It is an honorable award given to those deserving players on the basis of hard work, daily practice, and athletic achievement. Lloyd Duncan was elected for First Team All-Conference Center and was named Honorable Mention for All-State, Bruce Smebakken was chosen for Second Team All- Conference Quarterback, Frank Schroth, as Fullback, and Carl Cockerham, as End, were named for Honorable Mention. S 5 ? K E 5 X5 Ei F H HAH Squad KNEELING: Kruse, Staatz, Woodsen, Richer, Hoy, Duncan, Brandt, I. O'Malley, Fish, Newberg, Johnston, Benzel, Kienitz, Nygaard, Winkler, Manager Ruble. SECOND ROW: Assistant Coach Andre, Varick, Reider, Cockerham, D. O'Malley, Dickinson, Patton, Smebakken, Schroth, Slater, Mueller, Dodd, Thorp, Pitts, Lulf, Killinger, Coach Rajewich. THIRD ROW: Bahr, Dukelow, Semingson, McCun'e, McCollarn, Wilson, Kocer, Benson. HBH Squad Manager Ruble. KNEELING: Staatz, Killinger, Richer, Newberg, Woodsend, Kienitz, Benzel, Hoy, Patton. SECOND ROW: McCune, Winkler, Thorp, Pitts, Nygaard, Kruse, Mueller, Kocer, Benson, Semingson, Mc Collam. HAH Squad Manager Woodsend. FIRST ROW: Reder, Skinner, Slater, Dahl, Dodd, Larvie, Varick. SECOND ROW: Reider Wilson, Schreoder, Dukelow, Smebakken, Richer. HBH Squad Manager Ruble. FIRST ROW: Benson, Winkler, Kocer, Shelbourn, Paton, Waxler, Sweem, Killinger. SEC- OND ROW: Colman, Nygaard, Colson, Leonard, Cook, Mueller, Johnson. Basketball Lettermen The Hot Springs Bison ended their '59-'60 season with a total of nine wins and thirteen losses. Forward Ronnie Schroeder was selected for the first team All-Conference and first team A11-State. Junior Bill Dukelow received Honorable Mention A1l-Con- ference. Ray Woodsend, Manager Three Year Letterman Dennis Larvie, Junior Vic Varick, Junior One Year Letterman , One Year Letterman Bruce Smebakken, Senior Bub Reider, Senior Two Year Letterman One Year Letterman Gary Reder, Junior One Year Letterman Dick Dodd, Senior One Year Letterman Kenny Dahl, Junior Ron Schreoder, Senior Three Year Letterman Mike Skinner, Junior One Year Letterman . . OHS Year LCUGITHHH B111 Dukelow, Junior Three Year Letterman - 'vi ,K ,-W, Ly mf, .74 X: Track li 131 1 BACK lard, en , Wilson, Shelbourn, Fish, Slater, Varick, Dodd, O'Ma11ey, Richer, Kienitz, Mueller, Bal Reider, Smebak Johnson, Duncan. Junior High FRONT ROW, Left to Right: B, Tucholke, S, Zimiga, D, Dodd, M, Dawson, D, Jenniges, SECOND ROW: M, Young, L, Case, C. Sauser, M, Lindgren, J. Keisner, L, Warner, L, Smebakken, P. Moyer, H, Tureen, L, Speacect, THIRD ROW: R, McCo11am, H, Hatch, L, Granel, I. Alexander, A, Weston, R, Kennedy, L, Duncan, K, Foley, L, Winkler, G, Roper, Mrs. Petty. Eighth Grade Home FRONT ROW: D, Atkinson, D, Oelrichs, G, Beery, N, Fox, B, Wadleigh. SECOND ROW: R, Berry, P, Wendt. J. Rahn, S. Kazmer, L, Ruble, S, Tabler, S, Halverson, J. Parsons, G, Crawford, B, Merwin. THIRD ROW: S, Colgan, T, Thompson, G, Henry, S, Schroeder, S, Zeck, M, Swint, P, Hiller, L, Gooden, Mrs. Hussong. ,i 4 S' FRONT ROW, Left to Right: T, Whitford, R, Sharp, I-I, Burdette, T, Burrell, L, Warner, D, Thorp SECOND ROW: C, Callan, I. St. Onge, C, Flanagan, D, Pierce, C, Homan, M, Nolasch, P. Peters, R, Willis, B, Hud- son, D, Merrill. THIRD ROW: M, Ediburg, S. Serry, J. Krein, M, Anway, E, Keller, J, Warner, S, Wilson, E. Duncan, P. Lowery, Mr. fox, rooms ond their Officers L. Duncan, President: H. T u re e n, Vice -Presidentg It Keisner, Secretary, G. Roper, Treasurer. S Colgan President P Hiller, Vice-P residentg S, Halverson, Secretary - Treasurer. T. Burrell, President, E Keller, Vice-President M. Eulberg, Treasurer S. Wilson, Secretary. FRONT ROW: R, Varick, D, Inman, L. Merrill, M, Willis. SECOND ROW: S, Schlabs, K, Slagel, S, Lowery, K, McAllister, S, Wilcox, D, Millett, C, Hanson, S, Butler, C, Knisley. THIRD ROW: S, Elling- son, F, Reese, D, Rornberg, L, Olson, M, Halls, K, Muhrn, R, Tillotson, D, McClure, Mrs. Ralston. Seventh Grade Home FRONT ROW: L, Corkle, S, Field, R, Webster, J, Heimbuck, P, Pudwill, M, Eagle Heart, D, Miner, S, Schleve, S, Neilson, D, Lockhart, SECOND ROW: D, Ferron, D, Flanagan, C. Vickers, R, Monroe, L, Hibbs, L, Frary, P, Phillips, N, Drutch, D, Hansen, B, Defibaugh, J. Kocer, M, Keasling, Mr. Funk. FRONT ROW: L, Marchant, R, Graf, J, Reder, S, Birdsall, C, Hill, B, Gossel, K, Haden, J, Ellerton, SECOND ROW, S, Karges, M, Van Dewater, J, Uhl, C, Johnson, K, Lindgren, C, Hagel, E, Anway, B, Col- son, P, Morris. THIRD ROW, G, Hansen, B, Wolvington, I, Cornish, G, Tyon, K, Foley, C, Ader, H, Pan- toja, G, Niemann, R, Lorensen, Mr. Hall. rooms ond their Officers H, Pantoja, Treasurer, G, Nie- mann, President, K, Hagel, Sec- retary: J. Reder, Vice-Presi- dent. B. Defibaugh, P resident, P. Pudwill, Vice-President, N, Crutch, Secretary-Treasurer. A. Crowell, President, L, O1 son, Treasurer, K, Slagel, Sec retary, A, Davis, Vice-Presi dent. Royalty Left to Right P. Phillips E. Duncan Queen: K. Foley S. Schroeder K. Foley S. Butler 7th Grade Cheerleaders Left to Right S. Karges K. Lindgren I. Heimbuck D. Millet S. Wilcox S. Field 8th Grade heerleaders Left to Right J. Rahn B. Hudson L. Smebakken L. Winkler C. Callan R. Berry FIRST ROW: T, Burrell, D, Jenniges, N, Fox, R, McCo1lam, S, Colgan, M, Dawson, D, Thorp, S, Zimiga, D, Dodd. SECOND ROW, B, Tucholke, L, Gooden, H, Hatch, P, Hiller, M, Anway. R. Kennedy, L, Duncan, G, Roper, T, Thompson, Coach, Mr. Hall. Junior High Basketball FIRST ROW: S, Birdsall, W, Graf, C. Hill, .T . Reder. .T. Kocer, L, Marchant, K, Haclen, J, Ellerton B, Gossel, D. Inman, Coach, Mr. Fox. SECOND ROW: R, Varick, S, Ellingson, L, Merrill, A, Crowell G, Neimann, B, Defibaugh, H, Pantoja, K, Muhm, R, Monroe, R, Lorenson. 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