Reflections of Memories
Reflections of Interests
R6fl6Cti0I'IS of Talents
Reflections of Competition
Athletics ................. . .
Reflections of Guidance
Faculty .... 4 ............... ....
Reflections of Knowledge
Curriculum ............... ....
R8fl6Cfi0I'1S of Ofh9fS
Reflections of Living
Student Life ..........
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Changes and Trends
Of the Nation Affect
Three televised debates were one of the national
events which had an effect on the students at Huron
High. The debates, the first ever between an incum-
bent president and his challenger, showed the
American voters two closely matched candidates. A
turnout of 80 million Americans went to the polls to
choose their next president In November. Jimmy
Carter won 51 per cent of the popular vote to 48 per
cent for Gerald Ford.
It's time for a change as the metric system is seen
more and more in everyday living. New car owners
have discovered that their speedometer shows both
miles and kilometers per hour. Weather reports are
given using Celsius and Fahrenheit urging Americans
to learn the unfamiliar units of measure.
Space travel once again captured the public's lm-
agination as Viking I made the first successful
touchdown on the planet Mars.
Washington set out to inoculate America against a
virus called Swine Flu but the shots were stopped
when some people who got them came down with a
Fads were born and reborn. Discotheques boomed,
and with them "the bump". Skateboards came back.
The citizens-band radio bug blt 15 million Americans.
T.V. produced Fonzie, 'Charlie's Angels' and
'Floots'. Peter Frampton super-starred in U.S. rock.
The Oakland Raiders took the Super Bowl over the
All this and more left impressions on the students of
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Urging Americans to learn the unfamiliar units of measure, the signs
on today's highways show both miles and kilometers per hour.
Below: The men of HHS think they are already ln heaven when they
watch 'Charlie's Angels.'
Presldent Ford and Jlmmy Carter confront
Gary Gilmore at last recelved hls death
wlsh: the first man to be executed since
Barbara Walters: the first mllllon dollar-a-
year woman news-caster.
Betty Ford got a CB and a handle: Flrst
1977: A Year of
And Good Times
Because of the lack of rainfall, South Dakotans ex-
perienced one of the driest seasons on record. Many
candidates who campaigned for the 1976 state elec-
tion used the drought as a campaign issue.
The Huron Public School system expanded its
vocational program this year. There were 255 juniors
and seniors who enrolled in the eight vocational
courses offered. Classes began the first day of school
at leased sites, while the facility was belng constructed
west of the senior high school.
Another change at Senior High included the con-
struction of the outdoor study area located between
the school and the gym.
One of the best musicals ever presented by the
Huron High School drama and music department was
"Guys and Dolls." lt was well received by all who
The massive Oahe Irrigation project continued to
be a very controversial issue in our community. An
election was held in the fall for the Oahe Board in
which five out of six incumbent directors lost their
seats to challengers who generally sald they had
some questions about the project's design, effect and
Bureau ol Reclamation surveyors drill through the ice at the very
shallow Lake Byron to see how much water the area will hold when lt
becomes a reservoir for the Oahe Irrigation project. Below:
Construction of the Vocational School continued at a slow pace.
This scene with the Mission
Band was only one of the great
moments in the smash hit "Guys
and DolIs" presented by the high
school music and drama
departments. Below: Drought hit
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King Rich Barnes and Queen
Faith Dahl were the honored
Homecoming Royalty for 1976.
Attendants were: Top
left-Ginny Avery and Brad
Solong Top right-Vickie
Neitzel and Greg Starnesg Bot-
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and Loren Nihartg and Bottom
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Reilly. The MC's for the occa-
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Wollman, and Bruce Felix.
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Students dance to Kiss, the Eagles, and Elton
John as they are entertained by the stereo.
This picture symbolizes the band that never
came, the band that no one danced to, and the
band that Huron will never hire again: "The
Freshman girls dressed like "Babes in Toyland"
Dancers with their coats on was a famlllar slght as
people left the dance as soon as they arrived.
Much work and originality was put into the
decorations which were done by Pep Club.
Dancers take a break and enjoy refreshments
while they listen to the music.
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Ginny Avery, a 5'6" senior with brown
hair and brown eyes, was selected by the
student body to represent Huron Sr. High
School in the Miss Holiday Contest.
Twenty-nine girls competed in the Holiday
Tournament which was sponsored by
Huron College and the Huron Daily
Ginny is the State President of the
Future Business Leaders of America,
President of Pacesetters, Features Editor
on the Annual Staff, Homecoming Queen
Candidate, has participated in Nike Club,
Pep Club, German Club, and various
In year's past, the Cherry Prom King
and Queen have been selected from
the sponsors of the dance, the TIGER
STRIPES staff. Because of selec-
tiveness and little involvement, the
tradition was changed by selecting can-
didates from Pep Club and Key Club.
This year, the tradition was broken
again: only this tlme, there was no club
discrimination, no qualifications, and
few criticisms. The 1977 Cherry Prom
King and Queen were selected by those
students attending the dance. As the
seniors entered, their names were
written down and at 10:15 a ballot was
typed and candidates were picked.
We feel that because the dance was
such a success with its attractive
decorations, tremendous band llt even
camel, and the hard work put into plan-
ning, that we must commend Sharon
Fodness and the rest of the TIGER
STRIPES staff for a job well done!
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Second runners-up were Deb Erickson and Scott McCaskeII.
Barb Horton and Scott Corcoran were first runners-up.
Bill Hageman was crowned by emcee Faith Dahl.
Doreen Burnison and Shelley Teller take tamborlne lessons from
the lead -singer of the band.
Jean Hlrtzel and Charlie Hanson listen as Michelle Munson gets
Emcee Bob Landstrom robes the surprised queen.
Dancers boogled to the sound of "Rocking Horse."
"Rocking Horse" delights the crowd with their varlety of perfor-
"Come on Rich, dance with me." says Bruce Schled to Rich
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1. Todd Starnes, Junior Class President, and Carolyn Bur-
nison pose for a picture in the winter scene.
2. The dancers enjoy the slow songs.
3. "Anybody want to dance!" yells Dan Flanagan as Nancy
Olson cries "What about me!" and Rich Barnes expresses
4. "Don't let the guys see everything we're taking," says
Karen McLinn to Kristi Swenson as Krlsti tries to decide
how many tarts to take.
5. Bob Landstrom and Yvonne VanWyhe take a stroll along
the beach in the summer scene.
6. "Soda" provided the music for the Jr.-Sr. Prom.
'Seasons in the Sun' Glow
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I. Kim Korthals and Rod Paulson take off on their long
walk through the Grand March.
2. "Hey, that's usl" says Pat Osborn to Mark Reilly as
Mr. Decker announces their names during the Grand
3. John Vosler and Becky Heimlich take a breather
4. This scarecrow was part of the fall scene at the Jr.-Sr.
5. The crowd enjoys the concert by Soda.
6. Bob Landstrom and Yvonne VanWyhe see
themselves take shape.
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reflections of interests
Tiger Fans Unite
Pep Club created terrific school spirit and enthusiasm for
HHS competitive sports in 1976-1977. Assemblies brought
about joined forces for all classes. The members also
decorated halls and lockers for all athletes.
Membership in Pep Club is open to any high school student
who wishes to support the Tigers. Mrs. Karen Mueller was the
Senior class members twlth twlce as much splrlti were, back row: Andrea Hanson, Susan Bell, Falth
Dahl, Carmen Lang. Thlrd row: Laura Brinkman. Fienee Hanson, Michelle Nelson, Deb Erickson. Se-
cond row: Renee Hanson. Deb Erickson, Michelle Nelson, Susan Bell. Front row: Andrea Hanson,
Carmen Lang, Laura Brinkman, Faith Dahl.
Pep Club Excites
Sophomore Pep Club members were back row: Lisa Burnlson, Andrea Hamilton, Jenny Sllbernagel,
Tammy Erickson, Christy Eskew, Kelly Walker, Paula Almond. Mlddle row: Pam Axtman, Sherrle Lush,
Mona Davis, Sheila Sexton, Pam Marvel, Kathy Prue. Flrst row: Linda Cernlck, Terry Stuhl. Belinda
Hmm' Wlcwpresideno Shelton, Mary Kelntz, Rhonda Anderson. Gerrl Solon, and Debbie Gutzmer.
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Junlor Members were, back row: Kathy Hull, Mary Jo Stahl, Karen Lee, Sherrl Schoepf, Dawn Shelle. Jean
Hlrtzel, Gall Sanderson. Third Flow: Teresa Mallkowskl, Becky Mundt, Nancy Ftohrer. Deb Flnnerty, Penny
Palmer, Brenda Mausbach, and Debbie Franks. Second Flow: Shlrlay Andol, Beth Wllkens, Linda Klnyon,
Christi Cole, Vlckl Henkel, Tanya Harris and Velma Peterson. Second Row: Barb Burnlson, Mary Taylor, Beth
Harter, Cindy Cole, Julie Plueger, Charrlsse Meyers, and Paula Wadhams. Flrst Row: Jan Young, Michelle
Munson, Nancy Olson, Karen McLinn, Kyle Schumacher and Krlstl Swenson.
Student Senate Gets the Job Done
P i Back row- Todd Starnes Sharon Fodness,
Student Senate members had a very photogenic year, just look at Strommen Nice res. . . ,
the front row: Mark Reilly fPres.J, Dennis Reilly, Greg Starnes, Vince Watkins, Carolyn Burnison, Barb Burnison, Julie Janes and
Doreen Burnison, Mary Housiaux, Charlie Hanson and Greg Brice Johnson.
The Student Senate undertook several projects in lounge and also acquired several concrete benches
addition to their responsibilities ofthe student lounge They also wrote a completely new constitution. A
' k usual, the infamous S.S. picnic was a success.
and dances. They did
homecoming, erected a w
a great deal of wor on
ooden fence for the outdoor
National Forensics League Honors
National Forensic League is an honor society for
speech students. Students participating in N.F.L. must
be active in speech events or contests throughout the
year. These speakers traveled many weekends
throughout the year being involved in debate tour-
naments. A patron's night was held May 19, in which
various awards were given. Jack Holmquest was the
N.F.L. advisor and debate coach.
The 1976-77 officers were: Charisse Myers, Carmen Lang, Diane
Rudy, Ken Bodell, and Bill Huet.
National Forensic League members Included, front: Dawn Helnzerl- dierks, Back: Joan Stafford, Jon Wollman, Ken Bodell, Dennls Rell-
lng Lrnda Weber, Sue Fennel, Anne Fuehrer, Ramona Baseler, ly, Bret Best, Jon Nielson, Dave Stuke, Randy Maas, and Jamie
Row two: Bob Barton, Rod Johnson, Brenda Downing, John Meyer.
Scheulter, Bill Huet, Carmen Lang, Diane Rudy, Emma Harm-
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Spanish Club members were, front row: Sandra Ferris, Peggy Kokesh, Kelly Curry, Lori Johnson, Gayleen Muilenberg, Genell
Tarver, Skyla Wallmann, Jody Berg, Lisa Wicks, Shelly Hammond, Pam Gomer, Angela Larson, Renee Orth, Bret Best. Se-
cond row: Kathy Hull, Terri McManus, Jane Peterson, Bonita Blumenauer, Brenda Haynes, Karen Anderson, Monica Decker,
Marla Drapeau, Dean Donnell, Elvida Drapeau, Pam Marvel, Rhonda Anderson, Sheila Sexton, Mary Meyers, Evonne Dwyer,
Robin Walters, Vicki Davis, Michelle Williams, Ruth Cambronne. Third row: Angie Huizenga, Lane Robeson, Phil Maher, Sara
Mills, Beth Roy, Paula Kingery, Laura Cernick, Joan Stafford, Laura Trinko, Linda Weber, Ann Fuehrer, Linda Cernick, Natalie
Zell, Deb Finnerty, Scott Bonfoey, Marlin Hofer, Kevin Morsching, Jody Friese, Diane Wittenhagen, Teri Stahl, Andrea Han-
son, Ftenee Hanson, Vicki McQuillen. Fourth row: Shelly Teller, Kelly Feller, Kim Lowery, Cindy Cole, Joni Jacobson, Christy
Cole, Pam Slepikas, Linda Kinyon, Liz Bates, Thelma Peterson, Patty Chase, Lynn Loesch, Kim Korthals, Velma Peterson,
Susan Mason, Beth Wilkens, Karen Lee, Dawn Scheele, Sherri Schoepf, Barb Shanks, Greg Starnes, Greg Strommen, and
Spanish Club advisor was Mrs.
Karen Mueller. Officers includ-
ed, back: Terri McManus, Kim
Lowery, Jody Friese. Front:
Laura Cernick, Jody Berg, and
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The German Club, under the JS V ti M ! M H in
supervision of Mr. Richard 3 OST
Reimer and Mrs. Maurine 5
Jacobson, was organized to in- .-, ' . 4 4' -,s ,
crease interest in the German 4 -.1 " A
language and customs. Last U KJ
year's class representatives .
were: Dennis Reilly, Sandy W I, 'Q
Huber, Greg Schneider. Back: ,f r I
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German Club members were, First row: Vince Watkins, Lori Burnison, Sue Fennell, Paula Almond, Lori Curtis, Bob Barton,
Karen Thompson, Vickl Peck, Vickie Neitzel, Debbie Gutzmer, Belinda Shelton, Crystal White, Kelly Walker, Carolyn Bur-
nison, Sharon Fodness. Second row: Jerry Blow, Rhonda Brandenburg, Kim Carlson, Emma Harmdierks, Pam Teske, Nancy
Buchanan, Sandy Gortmaker, Carmen Lang, Barb Burnison, Jean Hirtzel, Teresa Malikowski, Mary Taylor, Sandy Huber,
Kristi Swenson. Third row: Ann Wenland, Andy Qualm, Mitch Kannenberg, Brenda Downing, Janet McHenry, Lisa Jorgenson,
Pam Dick, Nancy Rohrer, Jeanine Harmdierks, Brenda Mausback, Lynn Staples, Brenda Hammer, Christy Berquist, Teresa
Life, Nancy Bloem, Lori Wahl, Paula Peppers, Mary Kelly, Dawn Clark. Fourth row: Jim Housiaux, Craig Potter, John
Schlueter, Keith Raschke, Mark Reilly, Dana Brown, Dave Stucke, Karen McLinn, Nancy Olson, Brenda Coyle, Lisa Brown,
Dawn Sorlien, Bonnie Wilkens, Jill Kannenberg, Christy Eskew. Back row: Dennis Reilly, Brian Martin, Greg Schneider, Russ
Pietz, Tami Erickson, Donna Pohdrasky, Jan Hedbloom, Jody Kludt, Julie Janes.
This year the Science Club
skyrocketed its candy sales. lt
also made a bundle from the ' s'
Valentine's cookies, and T.V. raf-
fle. The group also took a four-day
trip to Minneapolis and celebrated
the end of the school year with a
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The 1976-77 Science Club officers were: lbackl Dave Packard, treasurer, Den-
nis Stevens, advisor, John Jacobson, vice-pres., and Qfrontl Gary Wold advisor,
Scott Corcoran, pres., and Carmen Lang secretary.
Science Club Moves Ahead
Science Club members included, front row: Marilyn Peek,
Diane Rudy, Linda Downing, Dean Donnell, Charrise Myers,
Ernie Smith, Charlie Hanson, Wade Johnson. Second row:
Rhonda Brandenberg, Linda Kinyon, Diane Mennenga,
Jeanine Harmdierks, Marla Drapeau, Francis Grohs, Patty
Brice, Nancy Olson, Bob Borgan, Tammy Schulke, Steve
Kappel. Third row: Ken Ball, Rick Gutzmer, Lance De Roos,
Velma Peterson, Mark Hofer, Craig Hofer, Lane Robeson,
Jack Winter, Robert Hunt, Bruce Schulke, Back row: Laura
Brinkman, Charles Vanderlaan, Marilyn Hofer, John Bennet,
Rose Hofer, Angie Huizlnga, Liz Eckman, and Jerry Blow.
Quill and Scroll:
Quill and Scroll members for the 1976-77 school year were: front row: Monica Decker, Paula Kingery,
Carmen Lang, Laura Brinkman, Doreen Burnison, Sandy Gortmaker, Deb Smith, Ginny Avery and
Sharon Fodness. Back row: Bob Landstrom, Dave Packard, Russ Pietz, Greg Strommen and Mark
Future Farmers of America Unite
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FFA members included, front row: Kelly Urban, Revay Engel, Cindy
Bowen, Diane Barton, Dee Barton, Rodney Smidt, Paul Jensen,
Bret Townsley, Rodney Johnson, Craig Slepikas. Second Row: Eric
Gutormson, Sue lmker, Brenda Vilhauer, Linda Halbur, Gerry
Verhelst, Brice Buckly, Mike Metter, Brian Therkildsen, Jim Reimer,
and Doug LeGrand. Third Row: Jon Bentson, Nikki Devries, Lonna
Ulvestad, Shawn Bowen, Cindy Bowen, Julie Engel, Jay Thomas,
Diane French, Michelle Meyers, Leroy Waldner, Mark Berquist,
Mary Sheridan. Back Row: Brad Bawdon, Doug Friedrichsen, Neal
Greenfield, Dale Lucklum, Ken Ferris, James Beckwith, Wayne
Tschetter, Alan Arbeiter, Phil Streeter, Scott Eckmann, and Art
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The Huron High School chapter of FFA
worked to develop its members'
agricultural interests. Under the direc-
tion of Wilmer Burton, the officers were:
Scott Eckmann, Revay Engal, Mary
Sheridan, Jim Reimer. Back row: Sue
lmker, Paul Jensen, and Rodney Smidt,
Future Homemakers Get a Head Start
Officers of FHA were: Donna Alter, Ladean
Gamber, Jan Sorban, Shelly DeVries, and Lorna
FHA members were: Mrs. Rasmussen, ladvisorl, Kathy Hull, Anyla McMillan, Angie Huizenga, Petty Bryce, Jan Sorban, Rhonda
Sporrer, LeJean Gamber, Sandy Gortmaker, Terri Acheson, Lorna Brandenburg, Shelly Devries, and Donna Alter.
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Greg Strommen Lorna McMillan Carmen Lang Doreen Eurnison
President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer
National Honor Society Recognizes
Mark Stotz Kim Melstad Scott Corcoran Jennifer Melby
Paula Kingery Wade Johnson Vickie Neitzel
Jon Wollman Ginny Avery Dave Packard
National Honor Society
National Honor Society, a national high school organization, gives recognition to outstanding
students on the basis of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character. It encourages excellence
in the exploration and development of these qualities. The members were inducted last fall, and
selected by the faculty.
ront row: David Boyd, Loren Nihart, Bruce Felix, Terri Acheson, Barnes, Bill Hageman, Mark Hofer. Back row: Rose Schrader,
ark Fleilly, Russ Pietz, Rex Bailey. Second row: Joan Stafford, Angie Huizenga, Craig Potter, Greg Schneider, Greg Starnes, and
icki Davies, Robin Melstad, Skye Humphrey, Faith Dahl, Laura Bob Landstrom.
rinkman. Third row: Phil Maher, Mike Gamber, James Meyer, Ron
The 1976-77 Key Club kept an active schedule
while completing another year of serving the com-
munity. Activities accomplished throughout the year
consisted of raising S350 for Our Home, Inc. by selling
Pizza Hut calendars, helping the recycling center load
paper on trucks, holding a trampoline-a-thon with
contributions going to M.S. , helping Kiwianis Club
give Christmas baskets to the needy, and sponsoring
a dance for the Huron Senior High School.
1. Key Club officers were Bob Landstrom, President
llefttg and Greg Goehner, Vice-president. Not pictured
is Jeff DesLauriers, Secretary-Treasurer.
Members of Key Club were, front row: Kerry Hofer,
Mark Stotz, Barry Greschke, Brian Jenner, Andy
Konst, Brice Johnson, Dave Englert, Dan Hicks. Se-
cond row: Tom Peterson, Bruce Felix, Flich Skorheim,
Robert Ulrich, Kent Krueger, Brian Beach, Kevin
Morsching, Jerry Hofer, Darrel Dornbusch, Randy
Mass. Back row: Mr. Bowar, adviser, Bob Landstrom,
Greg Goehner, Todd Starnes, Greg Strommen, Kelly
Lanam, Rod Hook, Todd Sondreal, Greg Gogolin, Bill
White, Duane Haugen, and Flick Hawley.
Nike Club is sponsored by the Business and Professional
Womens' Club. Activities include various community service pro-
jects. The young women study careers for their future. Members
were: front: Kim Lowery, Paula Kingery, Vickie Neitzel, Barb Bur-
nison, Christi Cole, Carmen Lang, Kim Bergman, Jody Friese. Se-
cond Row: Lynn Loesch, Jean Hirtzel, Sandy Huber, Mary Taylor,
Laura Brinkman, Ginny Avery, Michelle Nelson, Sharon Fodness.
Third Flow: Doreen Burnison, Mary Housiaux, Paula Wadhams,
Linda Kinyon, Beth Harter, Michelle Munson, Jami Vincent, Terri
Lentz, and Kim Coyle. Officers for last year included Kim Coyle,
Vice-Pres.: Sharon Fodness, Sec.-Treas.g and Carmen Lang,
Girls Get Involved in Athletics
The 1976-77 members of GAA were, front: Diane Cernick, Bonnie
Heimlich, Mary Bush, Carol Poulisse. Row Two: Gail Sanderson,
Brenda Coyle, Carolyn Burnison, Dawn Scheele. Flow Three: Cathy
Hull, Venette Hofer, Deb Smith, Beth Wilkens, Flow Four: Barb Bur-
nison, Cathy Erickson, LaJean Gamber, Pam DeJean, Flow Five:
Nancy Olson, Jody Kludt, Robyn Melstad, Kim Bergman. Row Six:
Leslie Schumacher, Teri Stahl, Gerri Solon, Jan Young,
Jensen, Sherri Schoepf, Skye Humphrey, Sherri Gutzmer
Seven: Barb Shanks, Mary Housiaux, Karen Lee, Beth Harter,
Taylor, Mary Jo Stahl, Kim Melstad, Julie Plueger, and
HERO: Gaining Experience
HERO members were, front: Lois Mastel, Connie Phillips, Noreen Steve Grohs, Jim Webster, Brad Walz, Darrel Grohs, Kent Krueger
Welch, Lisa Kasa, Deanne Schinderling. Back: Bob Landstrom, Les McKinney, Mrs. Johnson ladvisorl, and Dwayne Christiansen.
HERO officers were, front: Lois Mastel, Deanna
Schinderling, Noreen Welch. Back: Darrel Grohs,
Jim Webster, and Kent Krueger. Bob Landstrom
was the State HERO president.
The Pacesetters slide into the splits as
their grand finalel
Ginny Avery, captain, stands below
Sharon Fodness, co-captain, as Sharon
slips herself into the locker.
A display of the favorite "glove" routine
is shown as the Pacesetters pose with a
The 1976-77 Pacesetters were from left
to right, First Flow: Michelle Munson,
Kim Lowery, Tammy Campbell, Jean
Hlrtzel, Christi Cole. Second Row: Kim
Coyle, Renee Hanson, Cathy Hull, Lynn
Loesch, Kim Bergman. Third Flow: An-
drea Hanson, Nancy Rohrer, Angie
Hulzenga, Karen McLinn, Ginny Avery.
Fourth Flow: Deb Erickson, Kelly Feller,
Deb Finerty, Barbie Burnison, and
Delight the Crowds
Huron Hlgh School Pacesetters ls a
team made up of sixteen regulars and
I Ill UUSI IUI-Il U16 y68I', H1686 girls performed
for various football and basketball games.
Their outstanding performance, however,
was their last: at the Boys Basketball State
A Tourney ln the Sioux Falls Arena. As a
"grand finale" each girl rlppled into the
splits, as shown above at a practice perfor-
mance ln Huron.
The Pacesetters are under the direction of
Mrs. Mary Severson, adviser: Ginny Avery,
captain: and Sharon Fodness, co-captain.
DE CA Prepares Students -
Members of the Distributive Education Clubs
of America get help with specific plans by
studying outside the school with part-time jobs
sponsored by Huron business establishments.
DECA is the only club in HHS that helps
students learn how to be future leaders in
marketing and distributing, while allowing them
to get experience in their chosen field at the
same time. Activities included regional and
state DECA contests. Bruce Maxwell was DECA
Front Flow: Jan Sorben, Linda Plate, Michelle Teuber, Debbi Maier.
Second Row: Betty Knouse, Judi Miner, Pam Brown, Roxanne
Melhberg, Deb Breck, Kelly Magee, and Marg Collings. Third Ftow:
Kim Coyle, Teresa Morse, Tammy Hiles, Signe Adams, Nancy
Schinderling, Darla Dunn, and Pam Sass. Fourth Ftow: Pat Zeigler,
Dennis Vogele, Fteedy Berg, Mike Bogh, Russ Kleinsasser,
lsackson, Charles Birdsall. Back Row: Advisor, Mr.
Leonard Doll, Brad Dooley, Dennis Beekman, Kevin Ault, Leonard
Kohlmeyer, Mark Staples. Not pictured are Scott Weise, Don Knud-
son, and Jim Almond.
HLA: Helping Hands
Homeroom librarians were, seated: Karen Lee, Dawn Peter-
son, Karen Thompson, Sandy Gortmaker, Tammy Campbell,
James Waldner, Michelle Nelson, Beth Maas, Pam Mason,
Lance DeFloos, Diane French. Standing: Jay Thomas, Leslie
'The Huron Library Assistants
are students interested in help-
ing in the school Library. The
assistants served six mods
each week by selling paper-
back books, and helping the
librarians picked up and dis-
tributed library notices for their
homeroom every Thursday
morning. Margaret Moxon was
the librarian's advisor.
Erickson, Les McKinney, Bernadine Schock, Bill Moran, Lisa
Wicks, Jim Webster, Lori Burnison, Craig Hofer, Mary Keintz,
Greg Houge, Don Bryce, Rich Bales, Laurie Armour, Eric
Gutormson, Bob'Barton, and Leonard Doll.
Library Assistants were, front: Karen Erickson, Lance DeFloos, Tammy Schulke,
Back: Bruce Schulke, Leonard Doll, Ken Ball, Eric Gutormson, and Leslie
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Officers for the 1976-1977 school year were: Bill
Hageman, lPresidentJg Faith Dahl, lVice-Pres.l: Greg
Strommen, lSec. Treas.i.
The H-Club members were, front: Teresa Malikowski, Pat Stovall,
Sherrie Schoepf, Shelly Teller, Gail Sanderson, Tanya Harris, Faith
Dahl, Laura Brinkman, Jim Housiaux, Matt Denison, Jeff Zwanziger,
Scott Corcoran, Second Row: Robyn Hittle, Mary Decker, Skye
Humphrey, Terry Halse, Kelly Lanam, Dennis Buckland, John
Vosler, Bill Moran, Brad Mattke, Greg Gogolin, Jody Berg. Third
Row: Nancy Olson, Kevin Morsching, Rick Jungemann, Bill White,
Sherri Gutzmer, Darold Dornbusch, Dave Rose, Brian Nelson, Tom
Peterson, Jim Entwisle, Dave Timperly, Carolyn Burnison, Deb Cas-
tle. Fourth Row: Jody Kludt, Donna Podhraski, Kim Bergman,
Mary Taylor, Michelle Munson, Julle Plueger, Mary Housiaux, Paula
Konst, Randy Maas, Bruce Hartley, Steve Butler, Rod Linafelter,
Robin Melstad, Kim Melstad, Beth Montgomery, Sandy Huber, Beth
Harter, Barb Burnison, Phil Maher, Brian Jenner, Bob Landstrom,
Roger Barnes, Bill Hageman, Jim Webster. Sixth row: Kevin Olson,
Dan Prue, Greg Strommen, Scott McCaskell, Dave Lang, Tim
White, Scott Perrenoud, Keith Grohs, Gaylen Roth, Greg Starnes,
Brad Solon, Greg Schneider, Mark Lee, Loren Nihart, Mark Kludt,
Bob Dormady, Jerry Hoger, Jerry Bockorny, and Darrel Grohs.
State officers of the Future Business Leaders of America
were, left to right: Mark Reilly, State Treasurer: Ginny
Avery, State President: and Mr. Dan Hoff, State Adviser.
Local officers were: Terri McManus, President. Back
row, left to right: Glnny Avery, Parllamentarlang Kelth
Raschke, Reporterg and Kim Korthals, Secretary. Not
pictured is Sharon Fodness, Treasurer, and Mike
Members of the Future Business Leaders of America
were, front row left to right: Julle Johannsen, Tanya
Harris, Beth Montgomery, Lindy Osman, Ann Rudd,
Lonna Klukas, Rose Schrader, Klm Korthals, Mary
Taylor, Barb Shanks, Dawn Peterson. Second row: Jerry
Blow, Greg Starnes, Greg Schneider, Keith Raschke,
Mark Reilly, Kyle Schumacher, Sherry Taylor, Deb
Gascolgne, Susan Mortensen, Robin Gednalske, Pam
Austin, Ginny Avery. Third row: Mark Wehde, Doug
Wells, Marlin Hofer, Steve Kappel, Rich Davis, Charles
Vander Laan, Dana Brown, John Bennett, Sharon Koch,
Pam Slepikas, Linda Kinyon, Paula Konst, Michelle Hoff-
man, Diane Wittenhagen. Fourth Row: Shirley
Cleveland, Frank Evans, Clndy Sargent, Roxanne
Pownell, JoLynne Mullenburg, Gall Sanderson, Dawn
Scheele, Kristi Swenson, Sandy Ferguson, Joan Jacob-
son, Paula Wadhams, Terri McManus, Shirley Andol,
Theresa Mallkowskl, and Nancy Olson.
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Musical Production a Great Success
The musical production, "Guys-n-Dolls" was
presented in the Senior High Auditorium November 18-
20. Mrs. Patsy Melius and Mr. Milo Pietz were in charge
of the dramatic and musical aspects of the presenta-
tion. Strenuous practice of the forty-member cast con-
tinued for eight weeks.
Benny and Nicely Nicely sing about woman's
effect on man.
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Nathan Detroit ....
Sky Mastersoin ....
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Sarah Brown .......... ....... L ynn Loesch
Nicely Nicely Johnson .... ....... J oe Mahowald Miss Adelaide tells Nathan her hopes,
Benny South Street .... ..... F rank Schumacher
Big Jule .............. ........ J im Grothe
Lt. Brannigan .......
Arvidfa Abernathy . ..
General Cartwright ............................................. Barb Shanks
"We're holding the crap game on the top of Mount Everestl"
The Hot Box Farmerettes entertain wlth their show.
Grandfather Abernathy comforts Sarah Brown with a
song of wisdom and love.
HHS Dramatists Entertain
The orchestra, directed by Leonard Vellek, furnlshes the music.
Nathan tries to convlnce Adeline that he does love her.
Adellne speaks with Sky at Save-a-Soul Mlsslon.
The dolls put on their own show.
The cast recelves applause at the conclusion of a well-performed
On Awards Night
1. Bob Landstrom received the Lyle Kleinsasser Memorial
2. Mr. Vellek presented the John Phillip Sousa Award to
Dave Syring, Vickie Neitzel, and Wade Johnson.
3. Participants in golf were honored for their hard work.
4. Five HHS students were awarded ROTC scholarships.
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1. Mr. Jack Holmquest, debate coach, joked as he announced the
2. Mr. Bleth awarded outstanding wrestlers for their abilities.
3. Mr. Solon congratulated the barbershop quartet.
4. Debra Gasgoine was the recipient of the Alumni Award.
1. Jim Webster accepted the Denny Busch Memorial Award.
2. Five girls awaited the announcement of the American
Legion Student Award.
3. Mark Reilly captured the American Legion Student
4. Ronald Barnes received the Donna Diede Math Award.
5. Greg Schneider was presented with the Michael Rink
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Bruce Felix, Russ Pietz,
Joe Mahowald, and Mike
Whitney harmonize as e
Emcee Lane Robeson
chuckles as his partner.
John Jacobson predicts
the contents of the
Pat Sigler performs a
drum solo in costume.
"Here's ..... Johnny!"
Mary Housiaux performs,
"How Do I Love Thee." by
Brad Solon, South
Dakota's top fiddler, dis-
plays his talent with
guitarist Joe Mahowald
and pianist Dave Merkel.
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Annual Staff Reflect
Doreen Burnison - Editor-in-Chief Beth Harter - Classes Editor Erickson, Julie Pl'-legeff Geffi Solon-
Assisting the editors were Deb Castle
Watkins, Michelle Munson.
Ginny AVGVY - Features EdiiOf Carmen Lang - Activities Editor Bob Landstrom - Photographer
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Laura Brinkman - Organizations Russ Pietz - Faculty Editor Peterson'
on Memorable Moments
Vliloberta Nelson - Curriculum Editor Gail Sanderson - Student Lite Editor
Leonard Doll - Photographer Deb Smith - Girls' Sports Edltor Todd Starnes - Boys' Sports Edltor
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Pops Concert Entertainment
Through Musical Talent
1. Mike Whitney sang a solo for Pops Concert
2. "Did you know mental illness occurs every
3. Concert Choir took the audience on a
4. The "Big Spenders" put on their act.
5. The trombone sextet entertained the
crowd with its melodies.
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2. Deb Erickson sang "I Honestly Love You."
3. Nita Jungemann and Bob Thomas performed a variety
of selections that Bob wrote.
Paper Staff Keeps
Through a few headaches and
disappointments the students of
HHS worked diligently throughout
the school year to publish the
monthly issue of the TIGER
STRIPES. The paper is put out for
the students of HHS to keep them
informed on school events and
happenings. In the January issue,
the TIGER STRIPES staff put their
heads together and came up with
an imaginative new column:
"Feature Creature" lt caused quite
a few laughs among the readers,
and quite a bit of embarrassment
to the monthly "feature creature."
Editor-in-Chief, Mark Stoz, struggled with
the staff to get their articles in on time, and
typists to type them, but eventually the
work was done. All-in-all the staff had a
pretty good and eventful year. As the last
issue of the TIGER STRIPES went into
print, the staff sat back and sighed with a
smiley of course the seniors on the staff
smiled bigger and sighed even longer than
the other members because this marked
the end of their high school journalism
TIGER STRIPES editors were: Greg Strommen, Sharon Fodness and Mark Stotz
Assisting the editors were, front: Matt Denison, Sheri Gutzmer, Vicki Neifzel, Bob Landstrom. Back: Sandy
Gortmaker, Sandy Huber, Lorna McMillan, and Greg Starnes.
Other paper staff members included, front: Renae Orth, Beth Wilkens, Venette Hofer. Back: Dawn Peter-
son, Monica Decker, Lance DeRoos, Nancy Olson, Ray Horn, Mary Taylor, and Frank Schumacher. Not
pictured: Paula Kingery.
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1977 Boys' Staters were Brian Tschetter, Vince Watkins, Frank Schumacher, Craig Hofer. Steve KSDPGI. They attend-
Marlin Hofer, Charles Vanderlaan, Randy Mass. Second ed the week-long session on the Northern State College
Row: Greg Goehner, Bret Best, Todd Starnes, Mark Wehde, campus in Aberdeen during the last week in May.
Tom orro ws Leaders!
The 1977 Girls' Staters were: Barb Shanks, Kelly Feller, Julie Plueger, Patty Bryce, and Kim Korthals
These intelligent females learned of their state and local government on MitcheIl's Dakota Wesleyan.
Concert Choir: Singers
Members of Concert Chois were Row 1: Brenda Bausbach,
Sherry Taylor, Deb Finnerty, Terry McManus, Sharon Fodness,
Doreen Burnison, Robin Walter, Karen McLinn. Row 2: Cathy
Hull, Patricia Piklapp, Faith Dahl, Dawn Sorlien, Mary Housiaux,
Nancy Rohrer, Michelle Meyers, Kristi Swenson, Jean Hirtzel.
Concert Choir was composed of a
select group of singers. They per-
formed for the Christmas concert and
the Spring Vocal Concert. On May 2
and May 3, the Huron Senior Hugh
Concert Choir toured Vermillion, Tripp,
Avon, and Yankton.
Row 3: Clinton Paulson, Russ Pietz, Shawn Vellek, Rex Bailey,
Jim Grothe, Loren Nihart, Rich Davis, Dave Merkel, Wade John-
son. Back: Jamie Meyer, Dean Donnell, Leonard Doll, Kerry
Hofer, Scott Bonfoey, Bill Moran, John Vosler, Brad Warren,
Kevin Morsching, Rob Ulrich, Bruce Schulke, and Bruce Felix.
Doreen Burnison and Terri Acheson have second
thoughts about going to choir.
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Members of Concert Choir were, Row 1: Lynn Loesch, Kim Jody Friese. Row 3: Dave Stucke, Mike Whitney, Bob Borgan
orthals, Kim Lowry, Deb Erickson, Beth Montgomery, Shirley Paula Konst, Terri Acheson, Vicky Davis. Back: Bruce Felix
ndol, Nancy Olson, Paula Wadhams. Row 2: Barb Shanks, Dave Boyd, Joe Mahowald, Frank Schumacher, Dana Brown
eanna Marsching, Joni Jacobson, Liz Ames, Dawn Jensen, Pete Thrash, Galen Martin, John Hoyt and Steve Colvin.
ebbie Gascoigne, Karen Thompson, JoLynne Muilenburg,
Beth Montgomery takes a break, as Dave Merkel concentrates on the notes.
Madrigals Sing in Harmony
Members of Madrigals were, Front: Mlke Whitney, Rex Balley, Wade Johnson, Russ Pietz, Deb Flnerty, Sherrl Taylor Bob
Borgan, Blll Moran, Nancy Olson, Frank Schumacher, Karen McLInn, Jody Frlese, Kim Lowery. Back: Beth Montgomery Terri
McManus, Loren Nihart, Sharon Fodness, Bruce Felix, Lane Robeson, Robln Walter, Doreen Burnlson, Dave Merkel Lynn
Loesch, David Boyd, Jim Grothe, Deb Erickson, Shirley Andol, Joe Mahowald, and Galen Martln.
Madrigals, a select group of Concert Choir
members put on many performances during
the year. They provided entertainment for
various clubs and organizations throughout
the community. The group, composed of
juniors and seniors, strived for perfection in
singing and choreography by practicing
three times each week. Milo Pietz directed
the Madrigal Singers.
Mlke Whitney and Nlta Jungemann take a break
Sugar-n-Spice Add Flavor to Music
Members of Sugar-n-Spice Included, Row one: Debble Johnson. Flow two: Barb Shanks, Paula Wadhems. Row three: Teresa
Malikowski, Joni Jacobson, Pam Christensen, Brenda Mausbach. Row four: Cathy Hull, Becky Mundt, Jean Hlrtzel, Karen
Thompson, and Sherrle Schoepf.
Singers Develop Vocal Skills
Participants in Mixed Chorus for 1976-77 were: Row 1: Dave
Stucke, Roby Taylor, John Johnson, Lance DeRoos, Shawn
Vellek, Bruan Jenner, Tom Wahl, Dana Brown, John Hoyt,
Daryl Deneke, Dave Clark, Gus Manolis, Kelly McKinney.
Row 2: Nancy Bloem, Lori Wahl, Denise Heinzerling, Pam
Teske, Ann Wendland, Julie Johannsen, Val Engel, Julie
Janes, Lori Burnison, Kelly Walker, Paula Peppers, Elaine
Goslee, Carol Poulisse. Row 3: Terri Stahl, Belinda Shelton,
Genell Tarver, Debbie Gutzmer, Tami Erickson, Christy
Eskew, Lisa Brown, Paula Almond, Gerri Solon, Rhonda
Anderson, Sherry Lush, Linda Weber, Lori Trinko, and
The Sophomore Ensemble included, Row 1: Beckie Heimlich, Sharn Vellek, Julie Johannsen, Lori Wahl, Dave
Stucke, Dana Brown, Linda Weber, Sherry Lush, John Hoyt, Roby Taylor, Debbie Gutzmer. Row 2: Dave Clark,
Dawn Sorlien, Lance DeRoos, Tom Wahl, Laurie Trinko, and Gerri Solon.
Singers Reach Goal
These nine talented singers were
selected through auditions to repre-
sent HHS in Honors Choir held on
the Black Hills State College campus
in Spearfish. The 150 voice choir
from South Dakota, under the direc-
tion of Dr. Dale Warland, gave splen-
did performances at Mt. Rushmore
and at the Black Hills Passion Play
Bruce Felix, Joe Mahowald, Mike Whitney,
and Russ Pietz won the second annual
Springfield Rotary Barbershop Quartet
TREBLE CLEF HARMONIZES
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Back: Sandy Hopper, Becky Mundt, Tamara Schulke, Pam Christensen, Sandy Gortmaker, Dawn Helnzerling and LaJean
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
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1976-1977 Girls' Glee included, row one: Genell Tarver, Mona Davis, Lorl Curtis, Paula Almond, Christy Eskew, Crystal White,
Carol Poulisse, Beth Maas, Lynn Staples, Brenda Hammer, Karen Freng. Row two: Nancy Bloem, Lori Wahl, Denise Heinzerl-
ing, Ann Wendland, Val Engel, Pam Teske, Nancy Klein, Elaine Goslee, Bonita Blumenauer, Teresa Leif, Pam Axtman, Laurel
Reimer. Row three: Lori Johnston, Kim Carlson, Sherry Lusch, Belinda Shelton, Lori Burnison, Julie Janes, Kelly Walker, Jana
Gutormson, Joyce Gortmaker, Lisa Wicks, Jerolyn Gamber, Peggy Kokesh, Jody Eden, Beckie Heimlich. Row four: Sherry
French, Deb Gutzmer, Rhonda Anderson, Tami Erickson, Terry Stahl, Linda Cernick, Lisa Brown, Paula Peppers, Donna
Vogele, Karen Anderson, Julie Johannsen, Lori Trinko and Linda Weber.
The Girls' Glee Club met three times each week for forty minute sessions. They entertained at
the Christmas Concert and the Spring Vocal Concert during the past school year. Participation
in Glee Club offers these girls an excellent opportunity to develop their vocal skills, and a
possibility of advancing to Treble Clef, Sugar-n-Spice, Madrigals or Concert Choir in the up-
coming year. The Girls' Glee Club was under the direction of Milo Pietz.
Select HHS Students
All-State Chorus and Orchestra, held November 5-6 in Huron,
featured twenty-five Huron High School students. Sharon Fodness
and Teri McManus were pianists for the event.
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Bryce, Paula Konst, and Wade Johnson.
Chosen lzo represent Huron High School at All State Chorus were, Row one: Deb Erickson, Lane Robeson, Beth
Montgomery, Terri McManus laccompanisti, Karen McLlnn. Row two: Bruce Felix, Bill Moran, Flobln Walter, JoLynn
Muilenburg, Rex Bailey, Sharon Fodness, laccompanisti, Faith Dahl, Loren Nihart, Fluss Pletz. Back: Lynn Loesch, Mike
Whitney, Jean Hirtzel, Joe Mahowald, Dana Brown, Vicki Davis, and Frank Schumacher.
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The 27th annual All-State Band
was held in the Huron Arena
March 26, 1977. Approximately
1500 South Dakota students from
200 schools auditioned for the 168
seats, with only 62 schools being
accepted. A panel of four highly
qualified judges selected these
outstanding musicians. Major
Allen C. Crowell, associate
bandmaster from the U.S. Army
Band was the guest conductor,
and Sergeant First Class QSFCJ
Jeff Arwood a 1963 HHS Graduate
was the featured tuba soloist
along with the U.S. Band.
at All-State Band Meet
Joe Mahowald, an All-State Band member representing HHS, practiced wi
The 1977 All State Band members were, front: Kim Korthals, Vickie Neitzel, Shirley Andol, Kristi Swenson, Karen McLlnn,
Kellie Feller, Jean Hirtzel, Beckie Johnshoy. Back: SFC Jeff Arwood, David Dunbar, Steve Larson, Joe Mahowald, Director
Leonard Vellek, Wade Johnson,
Dave Syring, Mike Whitney, Drew Fossum and Major Allen Crowell.
The Beat Goes On. . .
Pep, Stage Bands
Members of Pep Band included, front: Robin Walter, Paula Almond, Lisa Brown, Becky Mundt, Kelli Feller, Kim Korthals,
Kim Lowery, Debbie Gutzmer, Jean Hirtzel, Dawn Jensen, Bruce Felix, Joe Mahowald, Jon Wollman, Dave Syring, Todd
Starnes. Flow 2: Steve Larson, Flob Ulrich, Bill Moran, Dave Clark, John Nielsen, Kelly McKinny, Dana Brown, Anthony
Konst, Wade Johnson, Mike Whitney, Shelly Teller. Flow 3: Dave Merkel, Bruce Schulke, Brenda Downing, John Hoyt, Brice
Johnson, Paula Peppers, Shawn Vellek, and Dan Wiebelhaus.
Members of Stage Band were, front: Bruce Felix, Debbie Gutzmer, Terri McManus, Shelly Feller, Paula Peppers, Shawn
Vellek, Dawn Jensen. Row two: Wade Johnson, John Hoyt, Kim Lowery, Jean Hirtzel, Kim Korthals, Joe Mahowald, Dave
Syring, Jon Wollman. Back: Bill Moran, Dan Wiebelhaus. Brice Johnson, Mike Whitney, Dave Clark, Steve Larson, John
Nielson, and Dave Merkel.
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Members of the band were: Row one, Vickie Neltzel, Mlchelle Munson, Sandy Huber, Dawn Sorllen, Beth Montgomery,
Melanie Hanson, Donna Curtis, Tammy Erickson. Row two: Penny Palmer, Karen Freng, Kerry Hofer, Debble Johnson, Marla
Drapeau, Denise Heinzerling, Jeanette Smith, Belinda Shelton, JoLynn Mullenburg, Linda Downing, Row three: Julie Galllger,
Renae Orth, Kellie Feller, Brenda Mausbeck, Kim Lowry, Jon Wollman, Nancy Olson, Debbie Gutzmer, Steve Keppel, Shelly
Teller, Kim Korthals, Rich Davis, Dana Brown, Brenda Downing, Mike Whitney, Mike Stoley, Gus Manolls. Back: Wade John-
son, Dave Syring, Jean Hirtzel, Director, Leonard Vellek, Bill Moran, Frank Schumacher, Jeff McKinney, John Nielson, Dave
Merkel, Anthony Konst, Jim Grothe, Bruce Schuelke, and Rich Graham.
The 1976-77 school year proved to be an
eventful one for members of the Huron High
School Band, as they performed at several
football games. Also lending to the excitement
was the Winter Concert and travelling to Aber-
deen for the Region IV Music Contest on April
lst. They also hosted the Mitchell-Huron Band
Festival in the spring. Director was Mr. Leonard
Robin Walter prepared a poster for the All-State Band.
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Row one: Paula Wadhams, Lynn Loesch, Fiobin Walter, Sherri Gutzmer, Kim Bergman, Kristi Swenson, Shirley Andol, Karen
Mcl.inn. Row Two: Mary Kelly, Sharon Fodness, Velma Peterson, Lori Wahl, Pam Teske, Pam Dick, Diane Mennenga, Paula
Pep pers, Sherry Lush, Cynthia Huizenga, Patty Chase, Beckie Heimlich. Fiow Three: Rick Hawley, Mary Housiaux, Brice John-
son, Dawn Jensen, Bruce Felix, Dan Wiebelhaus, John Hoyt, Lori Curtis, Sherri French, Nancy Bluhm, Christy Eskew, Pam
Christensen, Thelma Peterson, Valerie Engel, Laurie Armor, Marsha Kahl, Sherrie Manning, Deanna Morching, Chris Carlson,
Vicki Peck. Flow Four: Dave Stucke, Tim LeRoux, Dave Graham, Rich Graham, Tom Wahl. Back: Brian Jenner, Rob Ulrich,
Becky Mundt, Lisa Kasa, Ken Wiebelhaus, Steve Larson, Joe Mahowald, Shawn Vellek, Todd Starnes, Director Leonard
Vellek, Paula Almond, and Lisa Brown.
Steve Larson spends his time practicing lfthe band room. Another drummer, Joe Mahowald, brushes up
on his skills.
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First Year Harriers Face-we R-
Competing for the first year, under Coach Leroy Stevenson, the
Huron Girls' Cross Country team met with fierce competition
throughout the 1976 season.
The girls started the season with a first place finish at the Red-
field Triple Dual. They then took third at the Mitchell Invitational,
fourth at the Huron Invitational, and fifth at the Watertown ln-
vitational. The girls next traveled to Brookings for their first E.S.D.
conference meet. Here they took a strong fourth place team finish.
Carolyn Burnison, the lone finlsher for the Huron girls, placed six-
th. Back on their home course for Regionals, the girls ran to a se-
cond place finish behind Pierre, which qualified them forthe state
meet in Brookings. Carolyn Burnison led the team to a sixth place
finish, and an individual tenth for herself.
Tlana Weston was voted Most Improved Runner, and Carolyn
Burnison was voted Most Valuable Runner.
Head Coach: Leroy Stevenson
Members of the 1976 Cross country team were, front: Dlane Burnison. Tlana
Weston, Dawn Hlndbjorgen. Back: Vlckl Coyle, Carolyn Burnlson and Deb Smlth.
Front row: Bob Barton, Rod Johnson, Scott Bittner, Scott Perrenoud, Stuart Cook. Second row: Doug Cummlns, Tlm W
Todd Sltarnes, John Vosler, Ken Wlebelhaus. Thlrd row: Ernie Smith, Dan Christensen, Phll Maher, Brlan Nelson, J
Nielson, and David Lang.
Olne of the most demanding sports offered at HHS is cross coun-
try. Although many boys were on the team, rules allowed only seven
to compete in each meet. The team with the lowest score was the
Most practices and meets were run on dry ground. The Harrlers
started off the season with two seconds, one at Redfield Triple Dual:
the other at a five-team meet at Watertown. The Kernels proved
strong with a 25-36 win over the Tigers at Mitchell, but Huron came
back to defeat the Pierre Governors in the following dual 26-29.
Huron held its last dual with Mitchell but suffered a loss to the
The Tigers took seventh in the Huron, Mitchell, and Watertown ln-
vitatlonals. Huron took eighth at the ESD Conference meet and fifth
in Region Ill AA.
John Vosler was chosen most valuable for the 1976 season and
Phil Maher most improved.
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Tigers Have Progressive Year
Competing for the Tigers for the 1976 season were, front row: LeAnn McFarlane, Donna Voegele, Judy Hofer, Carol Poullsse,
Sheri Gutzmer, Nancy Kline, Venette Hofer. Middle row: Dorothea Dennis, Sandy Huber, Paula Konst, Klm Melstad, Robin
Melstad, Angela Larson. Back row: Rhonda Plueger, Jody Kludt, Julie Plueger, Sandy Lanam, Donna Podhradsky. and Deb
The Huron Tiger girls' basketball squad was led to
the State A Tournament for the second straight year
by Head Coach Steve Hammer, and Assistant Coach
The Tiger girls showed much improvement
throughout the season, with a balance of playing from
everyone. The E.S.D. showed some of the strongest
teams in the state with Huron ending up 14-8 over all,
and 4-3 in E.S.D. Huron got major wins at Brookings
Q35-341, Pierre Q37-291, Mitchell 139-281, and Madison
First battling Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 154-481 and
then Aberdeen Central 154-451, the girls won a place
in the second Annual S.D. Girls State Basketball Tour-
nament. Drawing Yankton in the first game, Huron lost
Q64-36i to a tough defensive team. Going into the
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losers bracket, they played Lead. Suffering a disap-
pointing loss, the Tigers lost Q60-531 to a quick running
team. Playing the Flandreau Indians and winning i68-
45i, Huron captured seventh place.
Several records were set during the season with
Kim Melstad getting "Most Points in One Game" 1331,
and Rhonda Plueger getting "Most Rebounds ln One
Game" 1235. Kim Melstad also got a state record of
"Most Points in One Tournament" 1751, and was
awarded First team All-State, and All-Tournament
Co-Captains were Kim and Robin Melstad: "Most
Valuable Player" was Kim Melstad: "Best Defensive
Player" was Julie Plueger: "Rebounding Champlon"
was Rhonda Plueger, and "Most lmproved" was San-
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Coaches and Student Managers for the 1976 Tiger season were, front: Mary Decker and Skye
Humphrey. Back: Assistant Coach Lorene Sorlien, Pam Axtman, and Head Coach Steve Hammer.
Below: Robin Melstad tries to snatch the rebound from her three opponents.
Drivlng for two, Julie Plueger goes past a Hltchcock
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Right: Rhonda Plueger tips to Deb Castle, as Flobln Melstad
looks on. Below: A tired Tiger team looks on as the B-team L teee l i
runs out the clock.
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The Huron Sophomore Tigers followed suit with the varsity by glv-
ing an outstanding defensive performance In 1976 season. The
sophs under the coaching of Bruce Maxwell and LeRoy Person
finished with five shut-out victories and suffered only one loss, which
was to Watertown 14-0.
The Sophs displayed a fine ground game, with Mark Schade han-
ding the ball to the two leading rushers, Steve Butler and Roy
The defensive attack was lead by Shawn Vellek with 59 tackles
and Brian Beach with 57 tackles and two interceptions.
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Front row: Left to Right: Kyle Brugman, Paul Welse, Erlc Harrls, Mark Schade, Kelly McKinney, Roby Taylor, Tom Wahl. Se-
cond Row: Rlck Hawley, Brady Hastings, Jeff Mlller. Dave Englert, Daryl Deneke, Tom Peterson. Don Holm, Dan Hicks, Alan
Shoultz. Back Row: Head Coach LeRoy Person, Shawn Vellek, Paul McMartln, Roy Tschetter, Brlan Beach, Steve Butler, Brlan
Jenner, Andy Konst, Brlce Johnson, Jeff Hoeft, Assistant Coach Bruce Maxwell. Not plctured: Rod Nash and Greg Rodman.
Rod Hook carries the ball as Jerry Hofer
clears his way.
lt's a bird. lt's a plane. No, it's the Tigers
celebrating their victory.
Bill Hageman sees the sign and goesl
Bill White catches a pass and runs for
"Hey G-ogs, do you think they'II sue us
for taking that guy's arm off?"
Not only did the Huron Tigers bring 'em
down hard, they knocked 'em up, tool
It was "bad news" for the opponents
when Rich Barnes turned the corner.
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Hageman, Greg Gogolin, Loren Nihart, Kevin Olson, Jim Webster,
Jeff DesLaurlers, Frank Evans tStudent Managerl. Second row:
Darold Dornbush, Brad Simmons, Randy Nash, Darrel Grohs, Scott
Corcoran, Roger Barnes, Kevln Morsching, Matt Denison. Thlrd
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row: Dennis Buckland, Jerry Bockorny, Craig Teuber, Gre
Schneider, Denny Olson, Jim Layman, Dave Tlmperley, Bll
Harrington. Fifth row: Rich Barnes, Brad Solon, Randy' Curry, Bo
Dormady, Rick Skorheim, Greg Goehner, Blll Whlte, and'Rod Hook.
Sioux Falls Lincoln
Rapid Cnty Central
row: Kelly Lanam, Jeff Zwanzlger, Randy Maas, Vince Watkins,
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Coaches: Steve Swisher, Bob Dubs, Larry Wendt. and Cralg Ebert.
Defense: Key ingredient
in '76 showing!
Practice began late in August for
members of the football team under the
direction of the new head coach, Steve
Swisher and the assistant coaches,
Craig Ebert, Larry Wendt, and Bob
Dubs. The Tigers finished their season
with the most successful record since
The Tigers got off to a bad start with a
loss to Sioux Falls Lincoln but came
back to upset the Rapid City Central
Cobblers in the Tigers' home opener. In
their second home game, the Tigers
stunning defense blanked the Brooking
With much Homecoming spirit and
team effort, the Tigers posted their se-
cond shutout victory of the season by
defeating the Aberdeen Eagles 7-0. The
Huron Tigers suffered their first con-
ference setback to the Yankton Bucks
21-12. Many Tiger fans journeyed to
Yankton to more than support their
In the following two games, Huron
came back shutting out the Pierre
Governors at home 20-O and then travel-
ed to Mitchell to stop the Kernels cold
The Tigers escaped with a victory over
the Watertown Arrows in the closing
minutes with a score of 13-10. The Tigers
finished the year with a disappointing
loss to the fired-up Madison Bulldogs
The Tigers were led by Head Coach Mike Vogel, student manager
Evans, Assistant Coach Bruce Maxwell.
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Front: Don Jacobs, Steve Butler, Jerry Bockorny, Dennis Buckland, Rod Llnafelter, Rick Jungemann, Kent Krueger, Kelly
Lanam, Marty Porter. Back: Duane Haugen, Brad Simmons, BIII Hagemen, Scott McCaskeIl, Jeff DesLaurlers, Greg
Strommen, Dan Prue, and Sam Prue.
The Huron Tigers, hopeful of a better season, finished with
a winning record but were disappointed in the end by miss-
ing a trip to state by two points.
The Huron Tigers were set back in their opening game by a
fast-breaking Stevens team, but came back with four
The Tigers won their ESD opener against Pierre. Flick
Jungeman lead the scoring with 20 points. The Huron
cagers then traveled to Brookings to capture their second
They were again victorious in a Eastern South Dakota
conference game by defeating the Arrows in a close
The Aberdeen Eagles stopped the Tigers winning streak
with a second quarter scoring spree 54-74. Once more, the
Tigers were handed a disappointing loss by the Yankton
Bucks to change their ESD Record to 3-2.
Huron lost to Mltchell 51-55 but came back and three more
teams saw defeat as the Tigers rolled over Madison 56-39,
Pierre 51-50, and Brookings 48-46.Watertown, after losing
their first game with Huron got revenge by defeating Huron
55-60. Miller defeated Huron with a come-from-behind
score 51-64. The Tigers were beaten again by Aberdeen
The Tigers finished the regular season on a winning note by
getting revenge on Mitchell 48-46 and rolling over Madison
ln the opening game of the Section 4 Basketball Tourna-
ment, Huron trounced Aberdeen Roncalli to earn a spot in
the Section Championship. Huron battled first-ranked
Aberdeen Central to the wire, but ended up behind by two
at the final buzzer. Aberdeen went on to win the State
Coach Mike Vogel worked hard and put in a lot of time for
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SEASON S RECORD
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Fl C Central
the Tigers, but surprised everyone by submitting his
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The Tigers' swarming defense traps a helpless
Steve Butler flies above three Eagles to take a
Bill Hageman charges to the basket against
Aberdeen Floncalli in the opening round of the
Section lV Tournament as Steve Butler moves
in for a possible rebound.
Flick Jungemann drives past Aberdeen's Scott Bosanko on his way
to the basket.
. Jeff DesLauriers hits two ot his twenty points against Watertown.
Dennis Buckland fires a turn-around jumper in action against
Dan Prue heads for the basket after beating his opponent one-on-
J. V. 'S Finish 8-2
Huron 59 32 Miller
Huron 65 50 DeSmet
Huron 60 56 Mclntosh Varsity
Huron 46 53 Mitchell
Huron 59 39 J. Valley Varsity
Huron 37 38 Watertown
Huron 77 58 J. Valley Varsity
Huron 47 46 Watertown
Huron 49 48 Mitchell
Huron 56 50 Miller
This year's Junior Varsity squad included: Sam Prue, Kelly Lanam,
Kent Krueger, Don Jacobs, Marty Porter, and Duane Haugen.
The Huron High Junior Varsity basketball team con-
tinued on their usual winning ways. The team was
not exceptionally tall but turned in a fine season, com-
ing away with 8 wins matched against only 2 losses.
The team reflected coach Bruce MaxwelI's attitudes
and desires toward the game and the season.
Team statisic leaders included Steve Butler, and
Brad Simmons in scoring. Rebound leaders were
Kent Krueger, and Duane Haugen. The team out-
scored their opponents 555 to 470 and shot a respec-
table 41.6 per cent from the field.
Sophs. Find Rocky Road
leach Lyle Pearson is shown here plotting another one of
is winning strategies.
The Huron Sophomore basketball team found the going
rough in the ESD, but managed to come on at the end of the
season to finish just under the 500 mark in conference play
and boasted a 7-10 over-all record.
Though lacking in height, they played good pressure
defense and were able to stay with all of their opponents.
Although their record didn't show it, the team never lacked
spirit or intensity.
Head Coach Lyle Pearson stayed with the team, kept them
together in pressure-packed situations, and provided the
necessary inspiration for the Soph's physically demanding
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ln Front: Student Manager, Todd Langbehn: Kneeling in front: Miller, Brian Jenner, Andy Konst, Rick Hawley, Blaine Smith,
Daryl Deneke, Dan Hicks, Tom Wahl, Kyle Brugman, Mark and Eric Harris.
Schade. Dave Englert. Back: John Hoyt, Brice Johnson, Jeff
Huron wrestlers got off to a slow start, improving
some throughout the season, but hindered by lack of
experience. The Tigers had only four seniors on the
The opening match for the Tigers ended in a defeat
when the Redfield Pheasants had a come-from-
behind victory 32-26. The Tigers traveled to Rapid
City for an eight Team Dual Meet only to return
winless and disappointed.
The Tigers worked hard for two weeks and they
finished 5th in the Sioux Falls Washington Wrestling
Invitational. Brad Mattke claimed the only individual ti-
The Tigers were over-powered by the Webster
wrestlers 30-18. The Tigers won their first wrestling
dual of the season by defeating the Yankton Bucks,
34-16. Third-ranked Mitchell won 9 of 12 matches
against Huron in an Eastern South Dakota Dual. The
powerful Sioux Falls Washington team handed the
Tigers another defeat 36-15. The Huron wrestlers
came up with their first ESD victory against the
Madison Bulldogs 32-23. The Pierre Governors
recorded their 8th straight victory over Huron on
Huron's home mat. The Brookings Bobcats came
from behind with three pins to beat Huron in an ESD
The Tigers, hoping for an upset over Watertown,
were disappointed as they ended up with a loss. The
Tigers overcame Aberdeen Central with a late rally in
Huron. The wrestlers chalked up another win by
The Tiger Wrestlers were coached by Dick Bleth.
Coach Bleth resigned after four years at Huron. He
had great success, including four individual state
champions and high finishes in Section I tournament
at the state level.
Row 1-Steve Lundy, Dale Westberg, Jim Westerberg, Jett Wilkens, Keith Grohs, Jlm Pollock, Dave Marlow, Greg Peschong,
Corwin Glanzer, Marty Coyle. Row 2-Coach Dick Bleth, Jim Iverson, Greg Walters, Terry Halse, Randy Westberg, John Hlttle
Randy Maas, Terry Goehring, Andy Gross, Hobe Richards, Coach Larry Wendt. Row 3-Kerry Haug, Chrls Gross, Leo Pollock,
Monte Reimer, Greg Olson, Dave Timperly, Bill Harrington, Scott Breck, Pat Mlncer, Brian Therklldsen, and Brad Mattke.
Qualify For State Meet
At the Section 1 wrestling tour
nament at Milbank Huron
qualified five men for the State
Meet. Dave Marlow 1112 lbsj
Greg Walters 1119 lbsl Leo
Pollock 1145 lbsj, Greg Olson 1167
lbsy, and Dave Timperly
In the State Tournament at
Watertown, Rapid City won the
state title. Leo Pollock captured
second, Greg Walters and Dave
Marlow finished sixth to take
home the individual honors for
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Huron Girls' Gymnastics Team for the 1976-77 season were, Front: Nancy Orth, Shelley Brugman, Connie Hull, Kim Olson
Gay Vellek, Sharon Bisch, Coach Linda Cummings. Middle: Coach Linda Kuhn, Beth Wilkens, Skye Humphrey, Janet
McHenry, Suzanne Roache, Marcia Pietz. Back: Student Manager Dawn Madsen, Deb Smith, Deb Wilson, Elaine Goslee, Bon
me Feller, Jan Young, and Student Manager, Rhonda Johnston.
Grace, balance, and skill seasoned Girls' Gymnastics at Huron High. Heads were higher,
backs straighter, toes pointed, routines were cleaner, more polished, and tricks of superior
difficulty were demonstrated by all. .
After two years of building, with emphasis on learning and improving, this year's gymnasts
looked more like seasoned competitors, with the emphasis on winning.
New faces filled the lineup, as experienced freshmen and senior high gymnasts made a
name for themselves, under the direction of Linda Kuhn, third year coach, and Linda Cum-
mings, first year assistant coach.
Lifting weights, and sharing the St. Martin's gym, the girls found gymnastics to be both fun
and rewarding. Meets were exciting affairs as Huron High girls saw their scores rapidly
catching up with those of their more experienced opponents.
For the younger girls this was only the beginning, and for the seniors it was a great way to
finish out the year.
Placing fifth at E.S.D. and third at the Region Meet, four gymnasts qualified for the State
Gymnastics Meet. Qualifying for State were Skye Humphrey, Floor Exercise: Suzanne
Fioache, Floor Exercise, Sharon Bisch, Uneven Parallel Bars, and Janet McHenry, All-
bove: Elain Goslee shows her strength In performlng a handstano
n the low bar. Below: Deb Wllson shows her flexiblllty on the beam
y performing one ol her own moves.
While warming-up on the beam at the Fteglon Meet, Deb Wllson
lleftl and Skye Humphrey take time out for a qulck snapshot.
Beth Wilkens demonstrates a darlng move she performed on the
Track Team Has Banner Season
Row 1: Rich Skorheim, Scott McCaskell, Daryl Gross, Phil Maher,
Mark Kludt, Scott Corcoran, Jim Webster. Row 2: Duane Haugen,
Jeff Baseley, Jeff DesLauriers, Brad Simmons, Tim White, Dave
Lang, Steve Butler, Roy Tschetter. Row 3: Rod Hook, Sam Prue,
Todd Starnes, Kevin Morsching, Brady Hastings, Brian Jenner. Row
The Huron High School boys' track team started the
season off with a "BANG", which was only appropriate
for probably their best season ever. In the season
opener, the Tigers walked over rival Aberdeen Central
High, scoring 90 points compared to only 40 for Aber-
Huron, strong in field events and boasting an un-
usually young and talented sprint corps, remained
undefeated in dual meets. Their next meet was the
prestigious Corn Palace Relays: there were no team
points kept but the Tigers again made a fine showing.
Huron came out on top of the field at the Aberdeen
quadrangular held at the newly completed Clark
Swisher Memorial Stadium. A determined Watertown
team, led by running ace Brent Kannas, finished se-
cond trailing by only 18 points at the conclusion of the
The Tigers carried on with their winning ways as
they rolled to the Madison Invitational crown.
Huron was finally defeated by Mitchell at the Huron
4: Jeff Miller, Kelly Lanam, Tom Wahl, Daryl Deneke,
Donnelle, Brice Johnson, Rod Johnson, Brian Nelson. Row 5
Hoeft, Ken Wiebelhaus, John Vosler, Doug Cummins, and
Invitational Track and Field meet, but the word
out that the Tigers were getting ready for an
upcoming ESD meet that would be held at the end
the week in Madison.
Huron went into the meet as a slight underdog
the conference favorite Yankton Bucks. The meet
even closer than expected, with the results
down to the string at the end of the mile relay. lf
could win the mile relay the meet was theirs but if
didn't win then Yankton would emerge
Huron's Roy Tchetter held off a Watertown surge
win the race, and the team won the coveted c
The tracksters ran away from the competition at
Region meet to land 14 athletes at the state meet. Th
Tigers finished a not-so-distant second to Rapid Cit
Stevens in the State Meet for the best showing eve
compiled in HHS history, under the leadership o
Head Coach Leroy "Buzz" Stevenson.
Ftoy Tschetter takes a hand off from Jim Webster in the mile relay at the state meet.
Speedster Duane Haugen flies past an opponent in preparation for a hand-
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2. Sprinters Jeff DesLauriers and Steve Butler
execute a picture perfect hand-off on their way to
3. Senior pole-vaulter Scott Corcoran clears the
bar in style.
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1. Sophomore Floy Tschetter gets some en-
couragement from teammate Kelly Lanam.
2. Huron's Jim Webster-a middle distance
runner-is shown here preparing to pass a
3. With his head held high, Kelly Lanam sails
over the bar to insure a victory.
Region Four Champs
Having the first track meet of the season cancelled, the Huron Girls' Track Team sprinted into
their busy twelve meet schedule. They won a first place team finish in the Region Four and
qualified 14 girls for the State Meet in Huron, May 27, 28.
Breaking records highlighted the girls' season with new records being made in the shot put, dis-
cus, long jump, 100, 220, and 440 yard dashes, 880 and mile run, 440, mile, and 2 mile relays, and
the 180 yard hurdles.
At the State Meet, Huron took a fourth place finish from Jolynn Kludt, Kelly Winters Julie
Plueger, and Aleda Decker in the 440 yard relay. Aleda Decker and Paula Knost both won in-
dividual medals for a fourth place finish in the 220 yard dash, and a fifth place finish in the discus.
With no seniors out this year, younger underclassmen played a big role on this year's team, and
next year's new track coach is looking for a bigger and better season.
At the annual track picnic Julie Plueger and Vicki Coyle were named Co-Captains, and Julie
Plueger The Sportsman award.
The 1977 Girls' Track members included, front: Aleda Peppers, Nancy Olson, Gina Gose, Kathy Prue. Back
Decker, Dawn Hindbjoren, Jolynn Kludt, Diane H0lm, Kelly Carolyn Burnison, Sandy Huber, Paula Konst, Julie Plueger
Winters, Diane Burnison. Middle: Donna Podhrasky, Sandy Marcia Pietz, and Bonnie Feller.
Lanam, Janet McHenry, Sheri Gutzmer, Vicki Coyle, Paula
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1. Donna Podhrasky leaps for a goal of 16'M".
2. Aleda Decker speeds for the flnlsh line In a time
3. Keeping up wlth the pack, Nancy Olson heads for
the finish line.
The Coach and Student Managers for the
Girls' Track Team were, left: Student
Manager Julie McCaskelI, Coach Lorene
Sorlien, and Student Manager Kim
Girls qualifying for the 1977 State Track Meet were, front: Aleda Decker, Dawn Hindbioren, Jolynn Kludt, Diane Holm,
Kelly Winters. Middle: Gina Gose, Janet McHenry, Sheri Gutzmer, Nancy Olson, Bonnie Feller. Back: Donna
Podhrasky, Carolyn Burnison, Paula Konst, and Julie Plueger. Not Pictured: Vicki Coyle.
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Track is more than just a sport.
Huron golfers won their
first dual against Miller and
then went on to win three
ESD conference duals with
Mitchell, Aberdeen, and
Madison. The Huron Country
Club was the location for the
Pierre ESD Conference
Aberdeen Regional Meet
Aberdeen State Meet
triangular meet with
Brookings, Aberdeen, and
Huron where Huron stroked
to another victory.
Huron golfers then traveled to Pierre for the Eastern South
Dakota Conference golf meet and finished one stroke ahead of
Brookings to capture the ESD Championship. Huron was led by
Dave Syring with an 81 and Jim Entwisle and Mark Lee close
behind with 83's. The Tigers walked off with the regional crown
and an unbeaten record. Glen Herrick paced the winning
Tigers with a 79.
The Tigers had some bad luck at the State Golf Tournament
and finished second, one stroke in back of Sioux Falls O'Gor-
man. Jim Entwisle fired a 149 two day total to take second in in-
Huron Dual First
Members of the 1976-77 Huron Tiger golf team were, from left: Jlm Entwisle, Rlch Bales, Scott McCaskell, Bruce Tschetter,
Tim Flanery, Glen Herrick, Loren Clifton, and Mark Lee.
Girls Place Second at State
The Girls' Golf Team chipped their way into a respectable season ending up 4-4 on
the year. Coming out victorious, the girls placed fourth at ESD ln Mitchell May 16,
and captured second as a team in the State Tournament May 23 and 24 in Aberdeen.
Nancy Heuston received an individual award placing seventh.
Members of the 1977 Glrls' Golf Team were front row: Llsa Berg, Nancy Heuston, Shelly Teller,
Lisa Masters, and Pat Stovall. Back row: Kellie Walker, Bellnda Shelton, Sherl Schoepf, Susan
Schoepf, Robyn Hlttle, and Jennifer Melby.
Huron's tennis team,
which had trouble in the
past, turned over a new leaf
this year under the guidance
of Coach Hank Hulst, and the
leadership of senior retur-
ning Iettermen Daryl Dorn-
bush, Wade Johnson, and
The Tigers were top-notch
contenders for the con-
ference tourneyg they es-
tablished a very impressive
dual record of 5-1, before
going on to a respectable
finish in the state meet. The
stone will continue to roll in
years to come with a good
crop of underclassmen
1. Senior Daryl Dornbush vollies
with Craig Potter and Wade John-
2. Coach Hank Hulst takes time out
to pose for a picture.
3. J.V. members included,
kneeling: Mark Hyland, Jim Hoyt,
Jim Schneider: standing, Tom
Fullerton, Martin Porter, and Jeff
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Varsity tennis players shown, left to right, were: Wade Johnson, John Hoyt, Daryl Dornbush T
McGillick, Dave Englert, and Craig Potter.
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Members of the Huron Girls' Tennis Team were, Front: Kim Bergman, Laurie Trinko, Anne Orth,
Michelle Munson. Back: Terri Lentz, Pat Osborn, Beth Harter and Mary Busch. Kim, Michelle, Terri,
and Pat were the H.H.S. qualifiers for the State Meet.
. . . . . .turned up the first day, most of the girls returning
once again for another season. Those eager faces soon
dropped as Coach Hank Hulst outlined his plans for extensive
running and sprinting drills. But realizing things would be
tougher for them this year, as they lost four out of seven
matches, they were ready to work.
So with great pleasure, the girls kicked the regular loafing
Huronians off the courts, and if they didn't move, "the Tigers"
would hit them! The girls got outside every possible day--15
girls trying to play tennis on the four concrete courts. After an
hour and a half of playing tennis, working on serves, backhands
and forehands, and running the park, we were ready to run
"suicide" sprints. Gasping for air and weak-kneed, the girls
straggled off the courts.
The first meet. Onto the courts walked superb athletic
specimens ready for action. "Suicide" sprints and park running
paid off as "the Tigers" beat Mitchell 10-0. As the season
progressed, the team found the going tougher than in years
before. They gained competitive experience, and with it came
confidence and with an interest shown by underclassmen,
uture years should be even better.
The girls' coach for the 1976 season
was Hank Hulst.
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and delight to their Tiger fans. Not only did they cheer in and out
of town for the sophomore Tigers, but also assisted the varsity
cheerleaders in various ways. These cheerleaders include, front
row left: Kristi Eskew, Julie Janes fsittingl, and Sherry Lusch: back
row left: Mona Davis, Debbie Gutzmer, and Paula Almond.
were: 2. Faith Dahl, 3.
Laura Brinkman, 4. Gall
Sanderson, 5. Kristi
Swenson, 6. Teresa
Malikowski, 7. Tanya
Harris, 8. Nancy Olson,
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Board Directs School Policies
Charged with the large responsibility of
determining the policies and general directions
of the Huron Public Schools is the five-member
Board of Education of the Huron Independent
School District. Elected by the residents of the
district, the Board must weigh all angles of con-
troversial issues and then make the final
decisions in what it feels is the best interests of
the taxpayers, as well as the 3374 students in
the Huron Public Schools.
Assisting the Board in handling many of the
complicated and technical activities of the dis-
trict is the Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Lloyd
W. Turnwall. Dr. TurnwalI's knowledge and ad-
vice also play important roles in running the
Other key positions in the administration of
the school districfs business are held by
Robert Taylor, assistant superintendent, Milton
Walsh, clerk of the district and manager of the
Huron Arena, and Eldon Dahl, district treasurer
and assistant arena manager.
DR. LLOYD W. TURNWALL
Superintendent of Schools
Members of the Board of Education during the 1976-77 school year were. Robert Rademacher, Gordon Magness ivlce
presidentl, Ronald Manolis ipresidentl, Joan Hintz, and Neil Koch.
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JAMES soLoN, Principal
ln the fall of 1965, I became the Principal of Huron Senior
High School. Also, in the fall of 1965, the class of 1977
entered the first grade.
So together we have completed a twelve year educational
1976--77 has been a good school year-for sophomores,
for juniors, and for the seniors of '77. Our academic program
has expanded with the addition ofa vocational program and
a recently completed new vocational facility. This school has
hosted several state events, e.g., in athletics, in forensics, in
music. Members of the student body have been recognized
both for significant academic and actlvlty achievement.
The end of the school year is a combination of nostalgia
and anticipation. For we wish good luck and Godspeed to
the clas-s of '77. And we look forward to the future return of
the classes of '78 and '79.
VERLYN STOTZ, Assistant Prlnclpal
Dorothy Lundgren and Sherman Neltzert, Secretaries
Gertrud Becker Roman Bowar Charles Bruntlett
Gertrud Becker - Looking at Language,
British Literature, English 11-2
Roman Bowar - Drafting l 81 ll, Architec-
Charles Bruntlett - Metal Shop, Home
Ronald Christensen - Woodshop I 81 I
Dennis Decker - English 10, Reading
Bobby Dubs - U.S. Government
Kathy Dyess - Biology, Advanced Biology
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Dennis Decker Bobby Dubs Kathy Dyess
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Craig Ebert - Sociology, Psychology
William Gall - Journalism, English 10-2,
James Grube - U.S. History
Eileen Hanson - Expsition, British
Daniel Hoff - Business Math, Business
John Holmquest - English 10, Speaking,
Jean Housiaux "--M , Joan Hull
Maurine J8C0bS0n Mary Ellen Johnson Ramona Kleinsasser
Jean Housiaux -Office practice,
Joan Hull - Guidance
Maurine Jacobson - German I, American
Mary Ellen Johnson - Asst. Cook's Train-
ing, HERO, Home Ec 10
Flamona Kleinsasser -- Learning Lab
Patricia Kool - American Literature,
Ella Mae Korthals - Home Ec 10, Tailor- X
ing, Home Ec Mini i
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PaTfiCia K00' Ella Mae Korthals
Bruce Maxwell - DE-DO, Occupational
Patsy Melius - English 10, Business Com-
Margaret Moxon - Library
Bruce Maxwell Palsy Melius
"W Margaret Moxon
Karen Mueller - Spanish I, lll, IV, Teacher
Vincent Penning U.S. Government
Leroy Person - Biology, Life Science
Vincent Penning Leroy Person
Gene Peters - Algebra ll, College
Algebra, Senior Math
Victor Peterson - Art I, ll, Ill, IV, Ceramics
Milo Pietz - Vocal Music
Alice Rasmussen - Child Care Training,
Home Ec Mini
Harry Reese - Typing
Richard Reimer - German ll, Ill, IV
Mary Severson - Spanish ll, Jr. High
Victor Peterson Milo Pietz
Richard Reimer Mary Severson
Dean Slostad - Woodshop, Basic Elec-
Alma Vangsnes tricity, Power Mechanics Lgrene Sorlien
Lorene Sorlien - P.E., Elementary P.E.,
Dennis Stevens - Chemistry, Advanced
Leroy Stevenson - U.S. History, Boys'
Laverne Tollefson - Guidance
Alma Vangsnes - World History
Leonard Vellek - Instrumental music
Mike Vogel - P.E., Elementary P.E.,
Contemporary Affairs, Basketball
Larry Wendt - Biology
Leonard Vellek Mike Vogel
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Esther Wilson - Bookkeeping, Adv.
Gary Wold - Geometry, Physics, Algebra 3
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Our Faculty Hard at Work
Mr. Stotz, take it easy on that poor kid!
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what can I make for supper? says Mrs.
O.K. At the golf course at 5:00.
Say. Did you hear . . .7
Only 90 more perch to catch for class tomorrow
The 1976-77 Resource and Library Staff included, front: Joan White, Shirley Lanam and Jackie Butler. Back: Dorothy Huss
and Delores Nash.
Matt Dennison and Mrs. Butler get excited over Matt's English.
care was provided by, bottom: Arthur Tschetter, George Streifel, and
Bartel. Top: George Havens, William Podhradsky, and Marvin Moilan.
he 1976-77 kitchen staff included: Dorothy DeRoos, Thelma man, Arlene Schnabel, Harriett Greschke, Peg Dormady Ann
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Science and Math Courses
Open New Doors for Many
Many science and math courses are oftered here at Hu-
ron Senior High. Those interested in math have a choice
of taking geometry, Algebra ll, College Algebra,
trigonometry, and Senior Math. Science courses include
chemistry, Advanced Chemistry, physics, biology, and
Mrs. Dyess gives a small demonstratlon on
how to use the mlcroscope.
"Flake" perfects hls Plneapple no. 18.
Calculators make chemlstry easy for Gall
Sanderson, Marlln Hofer, and Flay Horn.
Mr. Peters glves Dana Curtls some polnters on
how to solve algebra equatlons.
Mr. Wold's class of geometry has a "questlons
and answers" sesslon.
Social Sciences Give Students
Better Understanding of Today's World
Students at HHS have an opportunity to par-
ticipate in a wide variety of Social Science courses to
give them a better understanding of the world today.
These courses include Government, American
History, World History, Psychology, Sociology, and
Government, required of seniors, covers the func-
tions of federal, state, and local governments. while
American History, which is required of all juniors,
familiarizes them with the major happenings from
the Civil War to the present. In World History
students take a close look at the backgrounds of
other countries around the world. Psychology and
Sociology cover the behavior of the individual and
group behavior. In Contemporary Affairs students
learn and study the events as they take place in our
World History, Psychology, Sociology, and
Contemporary Affairs are all Electives from whic
the students may choose.
1. Mr. Dubs explains income tax procedures to Brenda Vensand.
1. Mr. Stevenson agrees with one of his students in
2. Mr. Ebert lands in jail while playing the game
"Ghetto" in Sociology.
3. Mr. Vogel gets help with his Current Affairs class
from Rod Linatelter.
4. Mrs. Vangsnes explains the different traditions of
the African natives.
Manual Arts Courses
For the Future
A variety of manual arts courses are offered to
students of HHS to help them prepare for the future.
The classes offered are: electronics, home
mechanics, basic electricity, power mechanics, metal
shop, general wood, drafting, architectural drawing,
home economics, food service, chef's training, and
child care training. Through these courses, students
gain practical skills and experience.
Students are given opportunities to receive on-the-
job training through Distrlbutive Education, Dlver-
sified Occupations, and Office Practice.
1. "When do we eat?" shouts Faith Dahl.
2. Mr. Maxwell aids Debbie Breck ln DEDO.
3. Teachers aide, Mrs. Wilcox and senior Wayne Iverson help
sophomores in industrial arts.
4. Don Brice puts the finishing touch on his architectural etchlngs.
5. "Craig, what kind of herbs are you using?"
Numerous Business and Language courses are
offered at HHS. Business courses offered are
bookkeeping, business math, business law,
shorthand, and typing. Through these courses,
students can achieve the skills needed to work in
today's business world.
Language courses here at HHS are available in
order for the student to know and understand
more of our language and others. They include
English 10, in which the sophomores receive the
basics in grammar and writing techniques for one
semester. The second semester sophomores
have the choice of journalism, looking at
language, words at work, reading, or business
communications. Juniors are required to take
American literature while the seniors study either
survey of American literature or British literature
with the same electives as sophomores including
creative writing, advanced creative writing, and
Both German and Spanish courses are
available in four-year courses.
and Language Courses
Offered at HHS
Now is the time for all good men to come to the
aid of their land.
"That'll teach you not to put your finger on the film
when the projector is running," shouts Scott to
Lane Robeson "begs" for helpfrom Mrs. Hanson.
Mrs. Melius answers a question for Julie Galliger
in business communication.
Mark Fleilly patiently helps Mrs. Wilson with her
Flexible Scheduling Provides Variety Of Area
Flexible scheduling enables students to study on their Stu-
dent Responsibility Time iSRTl using either the library,
resource center, commons, or the lounge as an area of
The library has mainly a quiet atmosphere for indepen-
dent study. Various sources including audio tapes,
newspaper, and magazines are available for student use.
English and social science materials are available to
students in the resource center upon request. Students may
also visit after asking permission.
The commons is an area set up for group study as well as
For students needing a break during the day, the lounge
provides a very relaxed atmosphere. Pop, candy, and music
from the jukebox are only a few of the attractions.
"Look like we're studying, Mrs. White's coming."
Jeff Zwanziger finds the library a quiet place to study.
Students find music, pop, and laughs in the lounge.
Cathy Jorgenson reads in the peacefulness of the
Tim White finds time between studies to find out what
the "other world" is doing.
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Introducing . . .
The Class of 1977
The Class of 1977 had a short breath of air before they marched into the stuffy arena.
The ninety-first annual commencement
excercises began with Baccalaureate ser-
vices on Monday night. Rev. Dale Nash
gave the sermon and Bill Hageman read
from Scripture. A flute solo was played by
At 8:00 p.m. Friday, June 3, 1977, 257
seniors marched into a very hot arena.
Laura Brinkman, Joan Stafford and
James Meyer spoke on the class motto,
followed by the presentation of diplomas
to the class of 1977.
Sandy Huber, Paula Konst, Patricia Piklapp and Dianne Rudy led
Students who attain a
scholastic average of 3.9 or above
throughout their high school years
are graduated with "Highest
Honors," while those seniors with
a 3.5 average or better are
graduated with "Honors",
Graduating honor students for
. . . With
. With Honors
Michael Rink Memorial Award
American Legion School Award
Karen Kittinger Memorial Award
John Philip Sousa Award
National School Choral Award
Denny Busch Memorial Award
John Philip Sousa Award
National School Choral Award
John Philip Sousa Award
National School Choral Award
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All State Music 72-74
Annual Staff 56-57
wards Nlght 51-53
Basketball lGirIsl 82-84
Basketball lJunior Varsltyl 94
asketball lSophomorel 95
asketball lvarsltyl 90-93
oard Members lSenlorsl 169
uslness Courses 138-139
heerleaders lSophomorel 115
heerleaders lvarsltyl 114
herry Prom 18-19
lass Oftlcers lSophomorel 144
lass Olflcers lJunlorl 155
lass Otflcers lSenlorl 168
oncert Cholr 64-65
ross Country 80-81
ootball lSophomorel 85
ootball Narsltyl 86-89
erman Club 29
Irls' Glee 70-71
oll lBoys'l 110
olf lGlrls'l 111
uys 8. Dolls tMuslcall 48-50
omeroom Llbrarlans 43
onor Cholr 69
onor Students 194-195
unlor Class 155-167
ey Club 36
anual Arts 136-137
lss Hollday 16-17
lxed Chorus 68
atlonal Honor Society 34-35
aper Staff 60-61
ep Club 24-25
ulll and Scroll 31
esource Center Ladles 128
chool Board 118
clence Club 30
ecretarles lOftIcel 119
enlor Brunch 191
enlor Class 168-190
oclal Sciences 134-135
ophomore Class 144-154
panlsh Club 28
tudent Llfe 196-204
tudent Senate 26
ugar and Splce 67
ennls lBoys'j 112
ennls lGlrIs'l 113
Tlger Follles 54-55
Track lBoys'l 102-105
Track lGlrls'l 106-109
Treble Clef 71
Vlce Prlnclpal 119
Wlnter Formal 14-15
ACHESON, TERRI: FHA, Natlonal Honor
Soclety, Senlor Board Member, Band,
Concert Cholr, Golf, "Guys and Dolls"
ADAMS, SIGNE: DECA, Junlor Board
Member, Band, Concert Cholr, Sugar-n-
ALMOND. JAMES: DECA
ANDERSON, SANDRA: Art Club, Pep
Club, Spanlsh Club, Homeroom Ofllcer,
Mlxed Chorus, Treble Clel, Sugar-n-Splce,
Glrls' Glee Club
AULT, KEVIN: DECA, Senlor Board
AVERY, VIRGINIA: Nlke Club, Pep Club,
Pacesetters - Captaln, Natlonal Honor
Soclety, Qulll and Scroll, FBLA - State
Presldent, Oltlce Practlce, German Club -
Class Representatlve, Annual Staft -
Features Edltor, Prom Waltress, Miss Holl-
day, Homecomlng Royalty, Cherry Prom
Queen, Homeroom Presldent, Concert
Cholr, Mlxed Chorus, Sugar-n-Splce,
Vocal Ensemble, Sophomore
Cheerleader, "Flddler on the Root"
BAILEY, REX: Natlonal Honor Society,
FBLA, Sophomore Board Member,
Concert Cholr, Mlxed Chorus, Madrlgal,
All-State Chorus, Intramural Basketball,
Sophomore Football, "Guys and Dolls"
BALTZER, MARK: Band
'BALTZEFL MONTE: HERO, Publlc
BARNES, RICHARD: Prom Walter, Tlger
Klng, Sophomore Basketball, Junlor Varsl-
ty Football, Sophomore Football, Varsity
BARNES, RONALD: Natlonal Honor Socle-
BARTEL, ROBERTA: GAA, Spanlsh Club,
BECK, RANDY: FBLA
BEEKMAN, DENNIS: DECA
BELL, SUSAN: Pep Club
BENNETT, JOHN: FBLA, Sclence Club
BERG, REEDY: DECA, "H" Club, Junlor
Varslty Basketball, Junlor Varslty Football,
Sophomore Football, Varslty Football,
Wrestllng - Student Managers, "Guys
BIRDSALL, CHARLES: DECA
BOCKORNY, JERRY: "H" Club, Basket-
ball, Sophomore Basketball, Junlor Varslty
Basketball, Varslty Football
BODELL, KENNETH: NFL - Vlce-
Presldent, Llbrary Asslstants, Debate,
German Club, Sclence Club, Boys State,
BORGAN, ROBERT: Debate, Drama,
Sclence Club, Annual Staff, Concert Cholr,
Mlxed Chorus, Madrlgals, Vocal Ensem-
ble, All-State Chorus, TAG, All-State
Honors Cholr, Reglon IV Superlor Wlnner,
"Guys and Dolls," "Flddler on the Roof"
BOWEN, SHAWN: FFA
BOYD, DAVID: Natlonal Honor Society.
Concert Cholr, Mlxed Chorus, Madrlgals.
Intramural Basketball, "Guys and Dolls"
BRECK, DEBRA: DECA, Track
BRINKMAN, LAURA: NFL, Nlke Club, Pep
Club, "H" Club, Natlonal Honor Soclety,
Qulll and Scroll, Declam, Debate, German
Club, Sclence Club, Annual Stalt -
Organlzatlons Edltor, Glrls' State, Senlor
Class Treasurer, Varslty Cheerleader
BROWN, PAMELA: DECA, FHA
BRYCE, DONALD: Drama, Sclence Club
BUCHANAN, NANCY: German Club,
Paper Staff, Homeroom Ottlcer, Junlor
Class Vlce-Presldent, Concert Cholr, Mlx-
ed Chorus, Sugar-n-Splce, Glrls' Glee
Club, Vocal Ensemble
BUCKLEY, BRYCE: FFA
BURNISON, DOREEN: Nlke Club, Natlonal
Honor Soclety, Qulll and Scroll, Spanlsh
Club, Annual Staff, "Tlger '77" Edltor, Glrls'
State, Homecomlng Royalty, Homeroom
Offlcer, Student Senate, Sophomore Class
Ottlcer, Junlor Class Ottlcer, Senlor Board
Member, Concert Cholr, Mlxed Chorus,
Sugar-n-Splce, Madrlgals, Glrls' Glee
Club, "Guys and DolIs"
CERNICK, LAURA: Pacesetters, Spanlsh
Club - Board, Secretary
CHRISTIANSEN, DWAYNE: HERO, Track
COLLINGS, MARGARET: DECA, NFL, Pep
Club, Debate, Spanlsh Club, Mlxed
Chorus, Treble Clef, Muslcal
COLVIN, STEVEN: Concert Cholr, Mlxed
CORCORAN, SCOTT: Key Club, "H" Club,
National Honor Soclety, Spanlsh Club.
Sclence Club - Presldent, Boys' State,
Cherry Prom Royalty, Homeroom Otflcer.
Senlor Board Member, Sophomore
Basketball, Junlor Varslty Football,
Sophomore Football. Varslty Football,
COYLE, KIMBERLY: FHA, Nlke Club.
Pacesetters, Homeroom Oftlcer, Junlor
Board Member, Treble Clel, Glrls' Glee
CRAWFORD, DEBBIE: Art Club, FHA,
GAA, Annual Staff. Paper Staff, Track
DAHL, FAITH: FFA, Pep Club - Presldent,
"H" Club -- Vlce-Presldent, Natlonal
Honor Soclety, German Club, Tlger
Queen, Homeroom Oftlcer, Sophomore
Board Member, Junlor Board Member,
Band, Concert Cholr, Mlxed Chorus,
Sugar-n-Splce, Glrls' Glee Club, All-State
Chorus Alternate, Sophomore
Cheerleader, Varslty Cheerleader, "Guys
DAVIS, VICKY: Pep Club, "H" Club,
Natlonal Honor Soclety, Spanlsh Club,
Concert Cholr, Mlxed Chorus, Glrls' Glee
Club, Vocal Ensemble, All-State Chorus,
Sophomore Cheerleader, Gymnastics,
DECKER, MONICA: Qulll and Scroll,
Debate, Spanlsh Club, Paper Staff, Glrls'
State Alternate, Band, Pep Band, Drama
DOLL, LEONARD: DECA, Llbrary
Asslstants - Vlce-Presldent, Annual Staff,
Band, Pep Band, Concert Cholr, Mlxed
Chorus, Homeroom Llbrarlan
DOOLEY, BRADLEY: DECA
DORMADY, ROBERT: Varslty Football
DORNBUSH, DAROLD: HERO, Key Club,
"H" Club, German Club, Intramural
Basketball, Junlor Varslty Football,
Sophomore Football, Tennls, Varslty Foot-
DUNN, DARLA: DECA - Secretary-
Treasurar, Mlss Snow Queen, Paw Prlnts,
DECA Student of the Year
DWYER, AUDRY: Office Practice
ECKMANN, ELIZABETH: Art Club - Vice-
President, German Club, Science Club,
"Guys and Dolls"
EGGLESTON, KIMBERLY: GAA
ENGEL, REVAY: FFA - Historian
ERICKSON, DEBRA: Pep Club,
Pacesetters, Drama, German Club, Annual
Staff, Cherry Prom Royalty, Band, Concert
Choir, Mixed Chorus, Madrigals, GirI's
Glee Club, Vocal Ensemble, All-State
Chorus, Honors Choir, "Guys and Dolls"
EVANS, FRANKLIN: "H" Club, FBLA,
Spanish Club, Homeroom Secretary,
Basketball, Junior Varsity Basketball, Var-
sity Football, Track - Student Manager
FELIX, BRUCE: Key Club, "H" Club,
National Honor Society, Drama, German
Club, Science Club, Boys State Alternate,
Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, Concert
Choir, Mixed Chorus, Madrigal, Vocal
Ensemble, All-State Chorus, Junior Varsity
Football, Sophomore Football, Varsity
Football, Track, Honors Choir, "Guys and
FISCHGRABE, DRU: Science Club, Boys
FLANAGAN, DAN: Key Club, "H" Club,
Paper Staff, Prom Walter, Boys State,
Homeroom Officer, Sophomore Basket-
ball, Sophomore Football, Varsity Football,
Track, State Championship Hockey Team
FODNESS, SHARON: Nike Club,
Pacesetters, National Honor Society, Quill
and Scroll, FBLA, German Club, Paper
Staff, Girls State, Homeroom Officer, Stu-
dent Senate, Band, Concert Choir,
Madrigals, DAR Award
FOX, TIMOTHY: State Championship
FREY, MICHELLE: GAA
FRIEDRICHSEN, STEWART: FFA -
Secretary, Boys State, VICA
FRIESE, JODY: Nike Club, Pep Club,
FBLA, Office Practice, Spanish Club -
Chairman, Concert Choir, Mixed Chorus,
Sugar-n-Spice, Madrigal, Girls' Glee Club,
"Guys and Dolls"
GAMBER, LAJEANNE: FHA, GAA, Pep
Club, Treble Clef, Girls' Glee Club,
GAMBER, MICHAEL: National Honor
Society,4FBLA, Boys State, Homeroom Of-
ficer, State Science Fair Winner
GASCOIGNE, DEBRA: Library Assistants,
FBLA, Office Practice, Concert Choir, Mix-
ed Chorus, Treble Clef, Girls' Glee Club
GEDNALSKE, ROBYN: FBLA, Office Prac-
GILBERT, LYNN: Declam, Debate, Treble
Clef, Girls' Glee Club
GORTMAKER, SANDRA: FHA, Pep Club,
Quill and Scroll, German Club, Paper
Staff, Homeroom Officer, Mlxed Chorus,
Treble Clef, Girls' Glee Club
GRAHAM, RICHARD JR.: Band, Pep Band,
GROHS, DARREL: HERO, "H" Club, ln-
tramural Basketball, Junior Varsity Foot-
ball, Sophomore Football, Varsity Football,
GUFFIN, THOMAS: Sophomore Class Of-
ficer, Junior Board Member, VICA - Vlce-
GUTORMSON, ERIK: FFA, Library
GUTZMER, RICKY: FFA, FBLA
HAGEMAN, WILLIAM: "H" Club - Presi-
dent, National Honor Society, Boys State
- Alternate, Senior Class Vice-President,
Basketball, Sophomore Basketball,
Sophomore Football, Varsity Football,
Golf, Cherry Prom King
HANSON, ANDREA: Pep Club,
Pacesetters, Spanish Club, Girls' Glee
Club, Paw Prints
HANSON, CHARLES: Key Club, "H" Club,
Science Club, Boys State Alternate,
Homeroom Officer, Student Senate, Junior
Varsity Football, Varsity Football, TAG
HANSON, RENEE: Pep Club, Pacesetters,
Spanish Club, Paw Prints
HASKETT, PHILIP: German Club, Paper
Staff, Boys State, National Merit Finalist
HEUSTON, SUSAN: Concert Choir
HILES, TAMMY: DECA, Spanish Club,
HILL, ROBERT: Basketball, Sophomore
Basketball, Cross Country, Sophomore
HOFER, MARK: FFA, National Honor
Society, Annual Staff, Prom Waiter, Boys
HOFER, ROSE: Pep Club, Llbrary
Assistants, Science Club, Homeroom Of-
ficer, Senior Board Member
HOLM, ALAN: VICA Club
HOPPER, SANDRA: FBLA, Treble Clef,
Girls' Glee Club
HUET, WILLIAM: NFL - President,
Declam, Debate, Boys State, School Paper
HUIZENGA, ANGELA: Art Club, FHA, Pep
Club, Pacesetters, Natlonal Honor Society,
Spanish Club, Science Club, Vice-Pres.
and Treas. of homeroom, Junior Board
Member, Orchestra, All-State Orchestra
HUMPHREY, KIMBERLY SKYE: GAA, Pep
Club, "H" Club, National Honor Society,
German Club, Prom Waitress, Homeroom
President, Sophomore Cheerleader,
Basketball Student Manager, Gymnastics
HUSS, KATHLEEN: FHA
ISACKSON, DOUGLAS: DECA
IVERSON, WAYNE: HERO, Wrestling
JACOBSON, JOHN: Key Club, Science
Club - Vice-President, Senior Board
JENSEN, DAWN: GAA, Band, Pep Band,
Stage Band, Concert Choir, Mixed Chorus,
Girls' Glee Club
JENSON, REGG: HERO, Intramural
JOHNSON, CHARLES WADE: "H" Club,
National Honor Society, Science Club,
Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, All-State
Band, Instrumental Ensemble, Orchestra,
All-State Orchestra, Concert Choir, Mixed
Chorus, Madrigals, Vocal Ensemble, In-
tramural Basketball, Tennis, "Guys and
JORGENSON, CATHERINE: NFL
JUNGEMANN, NITA: ConcertCholr, Mlxed
Chorus, Sugar-n-Splce, Girls' Glee Club,
JUNGEMANN, RICHARD: Key Club, "H"
Club, Basketball, All-State Basketball
KALAHAR, CHRISTINE: VICA
KANNENBERG, MITCHELL: FBLA, Ger-
man Club, Band, Pep Band
KATZ, RYAN: Library Assistants
KINGERY, PAULA: FHA, Nlke Club, Pep
Club, National Honor Society, Quill and
Scroll, Spanish Club, Paper Staff,
Homeroom Officer, Junior Board Member
KINYON, CAROLE: GAA, Treble Clef,
Girls' Glee Club
KLUDT, MARK: "H" Club, Junior Board
Member, Basketball, Intramural Basket-
ball, Track, State Track Meet
KLUKAS, LONNA: FBLA, Offlce Practice,
KNOUSE, BETTY: DECA
KNUDSON, DONALD: DECA
KOHLMEYER, LEONARD JR.: DECA
KRELL, JEANNE: FBLA, Office Practice,
LANDSTROM, ROBERT: HERO, Key Club,
"H" Club, Quill and Scroll, Annual Staff,
LANG, CARMEN: NFL, Nike Club, Pep
Club, National Honor Society, Quill and
Scroll, Declam, Debate, German Club,
Science Club, Annual Staff, Girls' State
Alternate, Student Congress, Debate Ser-
LAYMAN, JAMES: Varsity Football
LEE, MARK: "H" Club, Spanlsh Club,
Homeroom Officer, Senior Board Member,
Sophomore Basketball, Intramural
LENTZ, TERESA: Nlke Club, Tennls
LINAFELTER, RODNEY: "H" Club, Basket-
ball, Sophomore Basketball, Junlor Varslty
LOEFFELBEIN, LOIS: GAA
MC CASKELL, SCOTT: "H" Club, German
Club, Cherry Prom Royalty, Senlor'Bcard
Member, Basketball, Sophomore Basket-
ball, Junior Varsity Basketball, Golf, Ten-
MC KINNEY, LES: HERO
MC MILLAN, LORNA: Art Club, FHA,
National Honor Society, Junlor Board
Member, Paper Staff, Senior Board
MAGEE, KELLY: DECA, NFL, Debate, Ger-
man Club, Track
MAHER, PHILIP: "H" Club, National Honor
Society, Spanish Club, Boys State Alter-
nate, Cross Country, Track, TAG
MAHOWALD, JOSEPH: Key Club, Band.
Pep Band, Stage Band, All-State Band,
Instrumental Ensemble, Concert Cholr,
Mixed Chorus, Madrigal, Vocal Ensemble,
All-State Chorus, Wrestling, Honors Cholr,
"Guys and Dolls"
MAIER, DEBBIE: DECA
MANNING, SHERRIE: Pep Club, Band.
Mlxed Chorus, Treble Clef, Sugar-n-Splce,
Glrls' Glee Club
MARTIN, BRIAN: FBLA, German Club, An-
MASON, PAMELA: Paper Staff,
Homeroom Officer, Tlger Follles, Vlca,
MASTEL, STEVE: HERO, Soph. Board
MATTKE, BRAD: Key Club, H Club, Boys
State, Soph. Football, Wrestling
MEHLBERG, ROXANNE: DECA, Mlxed
Chorus, Treble Clef, Glrls' Glee Club,
Vocal Ensemble, Tennls, Prom Committee
MELBY, JENNIFER: GAA, Pep Club,
'National Honor Society, Spanlsh Club,
Sclence Club, Paper Staff, Basketball, Golf
MELSTAD, KIM: GAA, "H" Club, Natlonal
Honor Soclety, Concert Cholr, Mlxed
Chorus, Glrls' Glee Club, Basketball, All-
State Basketball, Track
MELSTAD, ROBIN: Art Club, GAA, Pep
Club, Natlonal Honor Soclety, "H" Club,
Girls' State Alternate, Concert Cholr, Mlx-
ed Chorus, Sugar-n-Splce, Glrls' Glee
Club, Vocal Ensemble, Basketball, In-
tramural Basketball, State Track Meet
MENNENGA, DIANE: German Club,
Science Club, Band
METTER, SUSAN: Sophomore
MEYER, JAMES: NFL, Natlonal Honor
Soclety, Declam, Debate, German Club,
Stage Band, Treble Clef, Madrlgal, Glrls'
Glee Club, Basketball, Debate Service
MEYER, MELINDA: Spanlsh Club
MEYER, TIMOTHY: FFA
MINER, JUDI: DECA, Glrls' Glee Club.
MOODY, DAROLD: FFA, Wrestling
MORSCHING, DEANNA: Band, Concert
MORSE, TERESA: DECA
MORTENSEN, SUSAN: FBLA, Office Prac-
NAMANNY, MICHELLE: Art Club, Pep
Club, German Club, Glrls' State, Band,
NASH, RANDY: "H" Club, Varslty Football
NEIFFER, DAVID: Cross Country, Track,
State Track Meet
NEITZEL, VICKIE: Nlke Club, Natlonal
Honor Soclety, German Club, Paper Staff,
Prom Waitress. Homecoming Royalty,
Sophomore Class Secretary, Sophomore
Board Member, Junlor Class Secretary,
enlor Class Secretary, Band, All-State
Band, Instrumental Ensemble, Mlxed
Chorus, Glrls' Glee Club, Sophomore
NELSON, MICHELLE: Art Club, Nlke Club,
Pep Club, Spanlsh Club, Prom Waitress
ELSON, ROBERTA: Nlke Club, Pep Club,
FBLA, Office Practlce, Spanlsh Club, An-
nual Staff - Curriculum Edltor
IHART, LOREN: "H" Club, Natlonal
onor Soclety, Homecoming Royalty,
enlor Board Member, Concert Cholr,
Ixed Chorus, Madrlgal, Vocal Ensemble,
ll-State Chorus, Intramural Basketball,
unlor Varslty Football, Sophomore Foot-
all, Varslty Football, All-State Football
LSON, DENNIS: Key Club, "H" Club, ln-
ramural Basketball, Varslty Football
LSON, GREGORY: FFA, "H" Club.
SMAN, LINDA: FBLA, Offlce Practlce,
omecomlng Royalty, Sophomore Board
ember, Prom Committee
ACKARD, DAVID: NFL, Key Club,
atlonal Honor Soclety, Qulll and Scroll,
ebate, Spanlsh Club, Sclence Club, An-
ual Staff, Boys' State, Homeroom Offlcer,
ECK, MATTHEW: Art Club, Key Club,
ESKEY, JEFFREY: VICA-President
IETZ, RUSSELL: Key Club, Natlonal
onor Soclety, Qulll and Scroll, Drama,
erman Club, Sclence Club, Annual Staff,
oys State, Homeroom Offlcer, Student
enate, Concert Cholr, Mlxed Chorus,
adrlgal, Vocal Ensemble, All-State
Chorus, Sophomore Basketball, ln-
tramural Basketball, Sophomore Football,
Honors Cholr, "Fiddler on the Roof" "Guys
PLATE, LINDA: DECA, Library Assistants,
POTTER, CRAIG: Natlonal Honor Society,
German Club, Homeroom Officer, Junior
Board Member, Golf, Tennis
PRUE, DANNY: Key Club, "H" Club,
Basketball, Sophomore Basketball, Junior
Varslty Basketball, Sophomore Football,
QUALM, ANDREW: German Club
RASCHKE, KEITH: FBLA, German Club,
Paper Staff, Boys State Alternate, Senior
REILLY, MARK: Natlonal Honor Society,
German Club, Boys State, Homecoming
Royalty, Homeroom Officer, Student
ROBESON, LANE: Drama, Science Club,
Concert Cholr, Mlxed Chorus, Madrlgal,
Vocal Ensemble, All-State Chorus, "Guys
ROSE, CARL: Art Club, Pep Club, Band,
Pep Band, Stage Band, Basketball, Cross
Country, Tennis, Track, VICA, FCA
SASS, PAMELA: DECA
SCHINDERLING, NANCY: DECA
SCHNEIDER, GREGORY: Key Club, "H"
Club, Natlonal Honor Society, FBLA Ger-
man Club, Prom Walter, Boys State,
Homeroom Officer, Sophomore Board
Member, Football, Track
SCHRADER, ROSE: Natlonal Honor Socie-
ty, FBLA, Offlce Practlce, Paper Staff,
Homeroom Offlcer, Girls' Glee Club, Track
SHERIDAN, MARY JANE: FFA, GAA, Mix-
ed Chorus, Treble Clef, Glrls' Glee Club,
SHERMAN, RUTH: FBLA, Offlce Practice,
SHOULTZ, KENNETH: DECA, FFA, In-
SIGLER, PATRICK: DECA, "H" Club, In-
tramural Basketball, Varslty Football
SKORHIEM, RICHARD: Key Club, "H"
Club, Homeroom Officer, Intramural
Basketball, Football, Track, State Track
SMIDT, RODNEY: FFA - President and
SMITH, DEBRA: GAA, "H" Club, Quill and
Scroll, Spanlsh Club, Annual Staff, Cross
Country, Gymnastics, Track, State Track
SOLON, BRADLEY: "H" Club, Homecom-
Ing Royalty, Student Senate, Orchestra,
Sophomore Football, All-State Football,
Football, Track, State Track Meet, "Guys
SONDREAL, THOMAS: HERO, Key Club,
Homeroom Offlcer, Homeroom Librarian
SORBEN, JANELLE: Art Club, FHA, Prom
SPORRER, ANYLA: FFA, Basketball, Track
STAFFORD, JOAN: NFL, Natlonal Honor
Soclety, Declam, Debate, Drama, Paper
Staff, Glrls' State, Homeroom Officer,
Junlor Board Member, Senlor Class Presl-
dent, Glrls' Glee Club, TAG
STAPLES, MARK: DECA, Intramural
STARNES, GREGORY: Key Club, "H"
Club, Natlonal Honor Soclety, FBLA,
Spanlsh Club, Annual Staff, Paper Staff,
Prom Walter, Homecoming Royalty,
Homeroom Offlcer, Student Senate,
Sophomore Board Member, Junlor Class
Officer, Senlor Board Member, Football,
Intramural Basketball, Hockey
STINEHART, JERRY: Spanlsh Club, In-
tramural Basketball, Track
STOTZ, MARK: Key Club, Natlonal Honor
Society, German Club, Paper Staff, Boys
State, Basketball, Football, Quill and Scroll
STROMMEN, GREGORY: Key Club, "H"
Club, Paper Staff, Boys State, Student
Senate, Basketball, Football, Golf
STYER, BELINDA SUE: Drama
STYMIEST, TAMARA: HERO
SYRING, DAVID: "H" Club, Band, Pep
Band, All-State Band, Mlxed Chorus,
Basketball, Golf, Musical
TEUBER, CRAIG: Key Club, Varslty Foot-
TEUBER, MICHELLE: Pep Club,
Pacesetters, Spanlsh Club, Homeroom Of-
flcer, Concert Cholr, Mlxed Chorus, Treble
Clef, Glrls' Glee Club
THERKILDSEN, BRIAN: Homeroom Of-
flcer, Band, Mlxed Chorus, Wrestling
VENSAND, BRENDA: FBLA
VINCENT, JAMI: Nlke Club, Track, Basket-
VOEGELE, DENNIS: DECA, HERO
VOIGHT, WENDY: FHA, GAA, Pep Club,
Band, Pep Band, Instrumental Ensemble,
WALTER, GREGORY: "H" Club, Wrestling
WALTER, ROBIN: Spanlsh Club.
Homeroom Offlcer, Junlor Board Member,
Senlor Board Member, Band, Concert
Cholr, Sugar-n-Splce, Madrlgal, All-State
Chorus, "Guys and DoIls"
WALZ, BRADLEY: GERO, FBLA
WEBSTER, JAMES: HERO, "H" Club,
Homeroom Offlcer, Basketball, Football,
Track, State Track Meet
WEISE, SCOTT: DECA
WELCH, NOREEN: FHA, HERO
WELLS, DOUGLAS: FBLA, German Club,
WHITNEY, MICHAEL: Homeroom Offlcer,
Band, Pep Band, Stage Band, All-State
Band, Concert Choir, Madrlgal, All-State
Chorus, Basketball, Cross Country,
Fiddler on the Roof," "Guys and Dolls"
WIDER, JOHN: Debate, Homeroom Presl-
WILSON, DEBBIE: GAA, Gymnastics,
WITTENHAGEN, DIANE: Nlke Club, FBLA,
Spanlsh Club, Homeroom Offlcer, Treble
Clefg Sugar-n-Splce, Glrls' Glee Club
WOLLMAN, JON: NFL, Natlonal Honor
Soclety, Declam, Debate, Spanlsh Club,
Boys State, Homeroom Offlcer, Band, Pep
Band, Stage Band, Instrumental Ensem-
ble, Basketball, Cross Country, Musicals,
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