Madison High School - Interlakes Yearbook (Madison, SD)
- Class of 1964
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To the newly organized
Lake Central High School
of Madison, South Dakota.
we dedicate our 1964 Inter-
lakes. The voters found it
necessary to form the new
school when Beadle High
School, a combined grade
school-high school used by
C.B.S.T.C. for teacher train-
ing' purposes, went up in
smoke January 19, 1963.
Students of Beadle received
their classroom instruction
in the old Madison Commu-
After reorganizing the
school districts in the sum-
Students watch sadly as Beadle High School burns to the
mer of 1963, the students
of the former Beadle High
merged with the students of
Central as one school, in-
creasing the enrollment
from 330 to 480.
The citizens of the Madi-
son area realized the des-
perate need for a larger,
better high school. On De-
cember 10, 1963, a 551.3 mil-
lion school bond was passed
with 7175, of the votes cast.
The new high school, lo-
cated by the new General
Beadle College Armory, is
expected to be completed by
The architect's plans for the new Madison Central High show a modern, well equipped institution of learning.
Tables were a new addition to the gymnasium during the
noon hour. These multi-purpose tables served as cafeteria
tables, study desks, and props for table tennis boards.
the size and
v a ri e t y 0 f
The balcony of the
auditorium was con-
verted -into two class-
rooms by building
partitions. T h 0 s e
satisfactory except for
the thin walls.
Vending machines served as a cafeteria for hungry students
and teachers. For a small amount, milk, pastry, sandwlches,
cold drinks, candy, and hot soups were made avarlable.
Crowded halls posed a special problem for the students.
Crowded halls and classrooms forced the scholars of
MHS to seek any available study space.
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Appelwick, James Ellsworth
Balogh, Steven Dean
Beach, Sharon Lee
Benke, Joanne Elfriede
Aker, Lee Ann
Andrews, John William
Biegger, Douglas Francis
Blair, Thomas Joseph
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Bradbury, April Dawn
Brod, VerNelle Jalayne
Cockle, Diane Cheryl
Cole, Sandra Mae
Bruns, Cary Lynn
Bulfer, William Peter
Caulk, Linda Mae
Christensen, Alan Joseph
Cox, Ellona Mae
DeGroot, Joyce Rose
Doering, Mary Ann
Drew, Dale Kenneth
Erickson, Kendra Karleen
Farrell, Richard George
Fatland, Judith Lee
Feistner, Iris Carol
Fiegen, Lois Margaret
Fiegen, Patrick Maynard
Graham, Patricia Lorraine
Greene, William Thomas
Flaum, Gwen Irene
Ford, John Leo
F ors, Mary Jean
Frewaldt, Dale Ertle
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Hackett, Clairene Gretchen
Hannernan, Karen Agnes
Hartenhoff, Sandra Kay
Hemre, Robert Lewis
Hinde, William Michael
Huska, Rexford Eugene
J acobs, Douglas Luverne
Jensen, Jerry Duane
Johnson, Cay Lynn
Johnson, Gordon Roy
Johnson, Graydon Paul
Johnson, Jane Laurel
Johnson, Russell Howard
Kappel, Roger Ellwood
Klamm, Ardis Eileen
Knudson, David Franklin
Kroon, Douglas Jerome
Krueger, Patricia Ann
Kasch, Gene Edward
Kirkeby, Carol Lynn
Larson, Duane Robert
Leach, Elsie lone
Lindstrom, Jeryl Maxine
Lohrrnan, Linda Mae
Myrmoe, Marlene Rae
Nesheim, Kathryn Jo
Lowe, James Edward
Lund, Dennis Duane
Lunt, Sharon Diane
Myers, Keith Harold
Palm, Mary Kay
Pederson, Cynthia I oy
Peterson, Diane Lois
Poppen, Wilma Marie
Norton, Carol Susan
Olson, Darrell Ruben
Preuss, Eileen Laura
Redfield, Paul Hurbert
Redfield, Thomas Warren
Reilly, Candace Ann
Rush, Kathleen Marie
Saarheim, Larry Dale
Remee, Barbara Adalyne
Rentz, Susan Anna
Rook, Lynda Kay
Roth, Craig Michael
Schmidt, Sandra Jean
Schmidt, Vernon Ralph
Schrader, Janene Kay
Scovill, Ronald Earl
Schlaclweiler, Elizabeth Ann
Schlisner, Leon Taylor
Simon, David Alan
Smit, Craig Berend
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Sogaard, Thomas William
Spies, Verla Dee
Tomscha, Therese lean
Tryon, Sharon Kaye
Stanford, Rodney Lee
Stodolski, Kathleen Ann
Taylor, Joanne Hope
Thompson, Joseph Gerald
Wieckert, Viola Margaret
Wulff, Janice Kay
Walker, Larry Alan
Walterman, Joy Marie
Senior class officers are: Tom Blair, Presidentg Jane Johnson, Secretary-Treasurerg and
Terri Tomscha, Vice-president.
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Instead of having a Valedictorian and Salutatorian, MHS honors the top ten students of the graduating class for their scholastic
achievements. This year the top honor students were, back row, left to right: Tom Sogaard, Eileen Preuss, Mary Fors, Ronnie
Scovill. Third row: Jane Johnson, Marlene Myromoe, Kendra Erickson. Second row: Mary Palm, Diane -Cockle, Susan Rentz. FITS!
row: Pam Hanlon, Sharon Lunt, Kathi Stodolski, and Principal Mr. Southmayd.
"The Word American ends in 'I Can, '7
Yellow and White Mum
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Gordon Jolmson, the first Student Body
President of our newly formed Lake Cen-
tral High School, has done a successful
job in fulfilling his duties. He has helped
to get more senior privileges and has
helped to fulfill many of the students'
wishes. In his Junior year, Gordon at-
tended Boys' State, which gave him experi-
ence in carrying out governmental pro-
cedures. He has also been an honor stu-
dent. During his four years at Central, he
has participated in basketball, football and
The Student Council consists of left to right, Top-Advisor Mr. Miller, Tom Blair, Gordon Johnson, Roger
Southmayd, Dick Erickson, John Orton, Bottom-Ellen Terry, Gary Diede, Jim Casler, Terri Tomscha
and Advisor Mr. Campbell. They have worked hard to enact the laws of the school constitution which was
set up at the beginning of the school year.
3 JoAnn Boer
W Judy Bohl
Q Sharon Borchardt
V James Casler
Grant J ahr
Claude J ewett
Betty Van Den Hemel
Jeanne Van Den Hemel
Junior Class Officers are: l. to r.-Joanne Larson, Secretary-T1'eas-
urerg Roger Southmayd, Presidentg Jim Casler, Vice-president.
Mary Ellen Biegger
J an Brockelsby
Clark Drew Jr.
Janice Faye Olson
Janice Kaye Olson
Yvonne Te Poel
J ack Tryon
William Van Den Hemel
Sophomore class officers are: Ellen Terry, Secretary-Treasurer, and
Gary Diede, President.
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James Van Den Hemel
Class officers for the Freshmen are: I. to r.-John Orton, Vice-presi-
dent and Dick Ericsson, President.
School off Lalw Distant ss
L. to r.-Supt. Cocltle, L. F. Ericsson, Maynard Feigen, Robert Aus, Lowen Richter, Charles Galloway, Leonard Leighton, Don Rath
Rook, Robert Drrksm, E. I. Weber, William Amert, Clarence Paul, Leonard Janke, C. M. Nelson, Dr. Howard Wold, Don Olson
Condon H. Terry, Darold Farrell, Earl Roth.
Our new superintendent, Mr. Robert Cockle, has been busy
throughout the year in preparation for the new school, plus
other numerous duties.
Miss Darlene Bies and Mrs. Jean Johnson are the efficient secretaries
for our faculty.
Here is our principal, Mr. South-
mayd, giving the daily announce-
The buses become empty as the students begin another day at school.
Mr- Ilwing Erickson Mr. Gene Norton Mr. Martin Hanneman
Mr. Claude Jewett Mr. Rex Jurgens Mr. Clarence Rongley
Mr. Floyd Benz Mr. Willis Peterson Mr. Merle Christensen
MR. MATHISON MISS SHROEDER MR. SIMPSON
Government, Sociology, Physi- English l, Mixed Chorus, Girl's Algebra I, ll, Geometry.
cal Education, Athletics. Glee.
MR. IRELAND MRS. GROENEVELD MR. LANG
Band. Speech I, II, English ll. Guidance.
MR. DOCKENDORF MRS. SWEET MR. BORTNEM
English IV. Home Economics I, Health. Bookkeeping, Typing I, II.
MR. BARKER MRS. GULSTINE MR. MILLER
Driver's Training, General Sci- Librarian. Biology.
MR. HIARING MRS. KEINER MR. WEIS-BEHCKER
General Science, Art I, Art II. Home Economics I, II, III, Physical Education, Athletics
MR. WALZYCK MRS. BULFER MR. PESCHONG
FIGHCII I, II, Algebra I, Ath- Girl's Physical Education. Typing I, Shorthand, Econom-
1CliCS- ics, Business Law.
Teaoluwzs Q A'
MR, CAMPBELL MRS. LIDDIARD MRS- MOOSE
Shop I, II, III. English I, II. English III.
MR. BLAKELY MR. BOGUE MR. QONNOR
World History, American His- Trigonometry, Solid Geometry, LHUI1 I, H-
tory, Athletics. Chemistry, Physics.
MR, BRAUN MR. HEMRE MR. MARTINSON
General Science, Agriculture -l3-T1it0I- Janitor-
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Co-editors of the Interlakes, Eileen Preuss and Betty Schladweiler, worked
hard with their advisor Mr. .James Peschong to turn out an annual that records
memories of the school year.
The Activities section was put together by, left to
right, Kathi Stodolski, Betty Van Den Hemel, Ketndra
Erickson, Suzette Beyer, Joyce DeGroot, and Bonnie
Robson. These girls were in charge of making lay-
outs for such activities as athletics, music, and or-
Special Events, including Homecoming, Follies, and
the Prom, were immortalized by Jeanie Van' Den
Hemel, Gay Lynn Johnson, Diane Cockle, and Susan
A very important job, the class section, was well done
by Peggy Foley, Patty Krueger, Angie Thompson,
Kathy Nesheim, Barb Remes, Pam Kachel, and Marcy
Ahsorhed in their work is the Faculty Section of the
Annual Staff. Standing is Jill Vreyens, sitting are
Kathy Rush, Karen Neville, and Marlene Myrmoe.
Mary Fors, Candy Reilly, and Karen Hanneman busily
type as their part in annual Staff.
Here we sec Jeanne Van Den Hemel and Diane Cockle
looking for the Wright" picture for the Special Events
The Index Section for Annual Staff is standing, left
to right. Janet Crane and Sharon Beach. Sitting, left
to right, are Jane Johnson and Mary Palm.
The very busy photographers are Ronnie Roberts and
Darrel Killion, who have done a fine job for us this
NO.6 CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL MADISON, SOUTH DAKOTA JANUARY 31, 1964
hifecfual Drowing of Voters Victory
ment 2 :hat it
on the of hy-I
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est ever dldflt
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Mary Pe fxpen'
Ask Jill Vreyens about the three
isitors who surprised her and 3,
rimul after the Elks Party! On
eoond thought, maybe you better
Wrestling has become a sport
fhich many students are getting
J like more and more at Central Z!
E you haven't ever attended a
match, Why not come to the next
ne? The scores are in no way
iclieative of the actual amount of
fight" in each Central wrestler.
GAA Basketball has started. If
ou Watch a game you might think
girls' wrestling. One freshman
eam tried to enlist. Jim Appel-
'ick. but he said no because he
new the other boys would feel
The Sweetest thing happened this
ionthg Rodney Osborne had at
irthday party!! It seems that Mrs.
weet had to yell "Rf1id" before
he Came down stairs----My!! Oh
Happy birthday to you
Happy birthday to you
'Happy birthday, dear Rodney
un, unc ui Utucx iJkLI,Lh UL Ule PTO-
cedure. I learned from those who
had already performed the experi-
ment, that the gas involved is quite
strong, In fact, it made a few
eyes water, and it gagged and
choked several other classes be-
fore me, but that was OK, too.
I really wasn't worried about it.
Finally, my chance to do the
experiment came. I remember that
I charged into the chem lab full
blast that day, ready to neutralize
any acid, or prepare any base, or,
well, I thought I was ready for
just about anything! I guess that's
what I get for thinging. I
whipped on my glamorous, black
lab apron, and set to Work getting
out the equipment. My lab part-
ner and I hauled out equipment
and more equipment, and even
more! It seemed the list would
never end! "Oh, yesfl I thought,
f'it's going to be a great experi-
After twenty minutes of deliber-
ation, and twisting of bottles, beak-
ers, Bunsen burners, tubes, flasks,
,rubber hoses, and stoppers, we lied
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located Jim Lee, Glenn Terry, and 5 presented l1er awa-
Vifgillilfl Ci'-SCM scheduled Youth Niglf
JIM LEE: A graduate of Beadle- She was also pr
High School, Jim is attend.ing Gen- 25 UIS. Sayings Bon
ere! Beadle State Teachers Col- ,Qing president of ti
lege- HiS malol' iS Phlf'SiCa3 Sciur of the National Fc
ence, and some of his classes are ev Term, is vice pre:
math and chemistry. After grad- ,' Girls? Athletic ass
uating from Beadle, .Tim wants to home mom Secretar
VIRGINIA CASEY: One of Cen-
tral's Graduates, Virginia Casey, . H , K,
is at Slouth Dakota State College. -laglfd gi:2b'C1'El
4 been active in banl
Left to right-Janice Wulff, Kay Amert, Gwen Flaum, Alan
Christensen, Jeryl Lindstrom, Eileen Preuss are carefully
checking their articles for last minute corrections before
1. Left to right-Editor Sandy Schmidt, Mr. Hiaring, Ad-
visor, and Editor Janene Schrader.
2. Left to right-Sports Editors, Tom Sogaard, Ron Sco-
ville, and Delcena Brekke.
3. Left to right -Beth Jensen, Sandy Coates, Barb Johnson,
and Gwen Flaum, Feature Editors.
Standing--Alan Christensen, Jeryl Lindstrom, Sitting-
Kay Amert, Pam Hanlon, Linda Hess burst with pride as
they read the finished "Maroon" for the month.
Standing-Jill Vreyens, Betty Van Den Hemel, Jane John-
son. Silting-Suzi Domoracki, Jeanne Van Den Hemel,
Marcella Draper, Peggy Foley. "The Maroon" reporters
are admiring the latest edition of the school paper.
These girls are chuckling over the humor section in Cen-
tral's School paper. Standing-Pam Hanlon, Barb Johnson,
Beth Jensen. Sitting--Sandy Coates, and Linda Hess.
Mr. Weisbecker carefully referees the Flandreau-
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Many of the Bulldogs are attracted to our new sport of wrestling. Standing-
Coach Mr. Walczyk, Rodney Stanford, Ronald Keever, Craig Smit, Gerald
Casper, Alan Christensen, Sterling Sliter, John Collignon, Melvin Holcomb,
Michael Hinde. Middle row-Tom Aus, Donavon Albertson, Damon Hof,
Charles Moothart, LeRoy Thomas, Steven Rhoden, Earl Cole, Gary Renner,
Donald McKinney. Sitting-David Warren, Lynn Schlisner, Dennis Mahar,
William Griffin, Rick Heislemen, James Benjamin, Thomas Rath, Richard
Jensen, David Meyer, Thomas Farrel.
The boys diligently practice their pins and holds to
be used in the next match.
I wonder if they'll ever get untwisted again!-Boys, use
One Touclwloww Qpoilel
The plays are plotted and prac-
ticed by both the offensive and
The Bulldogs rehearse the plays
to be used at the next game.
L. to r. Top row-Vernon Schmidt, William Bulfer, James Applewick, Rex Huska, Russel Johnson, James Kreul, Gordon
Second row-Mr. Weisbecker, Bruce Sterling, Rickey Sterling, John Collignon, Roger Southmayd, Earl Cole, Richard Boar
row-Mr. Walczyk, Charles Moothart, Damon Hof, Ronald Ihlers, Steven Rhoden, Kelly Welch, Steven Thayer, LeRoy T
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The Bulldogs could be found
during fall practice eagerly ac-
quiring the plays to be used on
"First in ten, do it again" is
the theme carried out by the
boys' hard work and effort dis-
played on the field.
lottom row-Ronald Scoville, William Green, Donald Keever, Glen Johnson, Marvin Holcomb, Ronald Keever, Rodney Stanford
First iwTew, Dof It Agoiw
Top row-Coach Dan Barker, Douglas Prill, Bruce Sterling, Lee Mitchell,
Jerry Casper, Donald Keever, Jerry Kreul. Second row-John Aus, Bruce
Olson, Thomas Farrel, William Rush, Dennis Paul, Jack Tryon. Third row-
Thomas Aus, Gary Diede, Russel Schneider, Michael Whitcomb, Donavon
Albertson, James Bulfer. Front row-Gary Kenner, James Benjamin, William
Bauman, Charles Ganzer, Larry Tomscha, Thomas Rath. The mighty Sophomore
squad are ready for action! ,
Top row, l. to r.-Mr. Blakely, Sterling Sliter, John Orton, Steve Saufley, Dick Erickson, .loe
Walters, Dan Skaff, Gary Randall, James Birgen, Leonard Hockett, Lonnie Ihler, Dennis Betz,
Jerome Driscoll, Dennis Hakeman. Middle row-Thomas Rush, Larry Collignon, Victor Kreul,
Thomas Ganzer, Richard Amert. Bottom row-Robert Maxwell, Mark Hansen, David Frewalt,
Dennis Maher, Ronald Sullivan, Lynn Schlisner, Larry Mitchell. The freshmen also have a
Withk back-breaking calisthenics ihe
HA" cheerleaders bolster the school
GAY LYNN JOHNSON
SUZETTE BEYER 47
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Top row, l to r-Manager Steven Graff, Douglas Prill, Richard Boar, Lee Mitch
Coach Dan Barker. Second row-Russell Schneider, William Rush, William Br
Alton Koistenen, Larry Joe Meehan. Front row-Gary Diede, Bruce Olson, Dennis P
Donald Keever, James Bulfer, Larry Tomscha.
The MBU team struggles to control the rebound. It's a "toss- As the Bullpups make a basket two points are added to the
up" as to who will end up with the ball. score.
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t, Beat, Beat that other team!" is the familiar cry of the Bullpups' cheerleader
r-Karen Neville, Mary Hilde, Janet Crane, Jill Vreyens.
The Varsity Basketball Team this year consisted of, left to right, front row-Cordon Johnson, Russell Johnson, Bill Greene, Bill
Eulflaraatd Tony DeGroot. Back row-Coach Cal Mathison, Roger Southmayd, Rex Huska, Gary Bruns, Tom Orton, and Jim
ppe W1C .
Jim Appelwick, an outstanding Bull-
dog center, goes up for two points
The opposing centers jump high as they
try to gain possession of the ball.
Free throws have helped many a team
to victory. Here Russell Johnson tries
for a point for the Bulldogs.
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the practices. Several records have been broken during the track season.
Track this year has influenced a larger number of boys
to participate in the activities of the track team. The dif-
ferent sections of competition include the hurdles, shot-
put, relays, pole-vaulting and disc throwing. The track team
has taken part in many different events in the towns that
are part of the Eastern South Dakota Conference. Victories
are determined by the number of points Won by the boys
in each event.
Jim Applewick is shown here tak-
ing the lead, at the Flandreau
Track Meet, in running the quar-
ter mile relay.
Track season opens for M.H.S. as
soon as the snow disappears and
the weather warms up. The Bull-
dogs busily practice in preparation
for their up coming track meet.
Alton Koistinen is shown here
running the "440."
The boys, upon displaying their
talent of jumping the hurdles,
were able to win their first track
meet of the season at Flandreau.
L. to r., Top row-Pat Bohl, Linda Wheeler, Alma Erickson, Mary Lou Olson, Steve J0hnson,i
Dennis Ziebarth, Ralph Cole, Donovan Albertson, Larry Tomscha, Dick Amert, Cary Renner,
John Koehne, Nancy Cole, Carol Ritscher, Jolm Aus, Kathy Casey, Carol Nightser, Brad Nielson.
L. to r., Middle row-Mr. William Ireland, Grant Jahr, Harold Habeger, Sandra. Cole, Laurel
Hiarinv Dick Turner Karen Neville, Terri Tomscha, Judy Bohl, Vicki Tomscha, LeeAnn Aker,
Kendraiwlirickson, Paxil Olson, Ellen Terry, Carol Norton, Betty Van Den Hemel, Diane Cockle,
L. to r., Top row-David Nold, Helen Jensen, Don Zimmerman, Diane DeBoer, Mary Campbell,
Lana Williams, Barbara Lucas, Mike Fitzgerald, Rebecca Natwick, Marlene Nigbtser, Mona
Rames, JoAnn Boer, Mary Hilde, Pam Albertson, Jeanne Thompson, Patty Freitag, Rhonda
Deremo, Jeff Severson, David Thayer. Second row-Randy Deremo, Kenneth Lotspeich, Jerry
Jensen, Sandra Bunkers, Peggy Moriarity, Brenda Hanneman, Randy Conn, Tom Thelen, Kay Roth,
John Schladweiler, Shirleen Hof, Sandy Costslow, Mike Tucker, Diane Wilcox, Joan Anderson,
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.lane Simmons. L. to r., Bottom row-Karen Hof, Kathy O'Loughlen, Mary Bies, Gay Lynn Johnson,
Vaughn Hiaring, Shirley Hockett, Judy Groeneveld, Linda Hendry, Kay Amert, Susan Rentz,
.lane Cizadlo, Barb Nightser, Beth Jensen, Peggy Anderson, Pam Hanlon, Barb Sly, Mary Palm.
L. to r., Kneeling-Eileen Preuss, Gwen Flaum, Terry Rathbun, Greg Anderson, Danny Ryan,
Sharon Beach, Carol Te1'ry.
.lim Fletchell, Don Amert, Gretchen Wollmann, William Ireland. First row-Peggy Galloway,
Bruce Neilson, Deanna Lee, Barb Williams, Vickie Johnson, .loLynn Cole, Kay Aus, Mary Lou
Tomscha, Jack Whitethorn, Nancy Galloway, Patty Norton, Susan Price, Jane Collen, Sandra Vetos,
Lauri Prostrello, Linda Hanneman, Patsy Lindstrom, Doug Hoidal, Sue Amert, Lois Kent. Front
row-Shirleen Muth, Gary Grimstevedt, Diane Simmons, Cheryl Frager, Darrel Hanson, Roger
Renner, Lola Towlerton.
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The cornet trio, consisting of Kendra Erickson,
Sandra Cole, and Karen Hof, entertained many
audiences with their rendition of "Bugler's Holi-
.leryl Lindstrom led the band to many vic-
tories during her three years as Drum Majorette
for the Maroon Band.
Beth Jensen, Barnara Nightser, Mary Palm, and Pam Olson, play-
ing the alto clarinet, clarinet, and bass clarinet respectively, formed
the standard clarinet quartet. They received a superior rating in
the high school music contest.
Those who received superior ratings for solos in the music contest
were, left to right: Barbara Nightser, clarinetg Judy Bohl, fluteg
Mary Lou Olson, cornetg and Mary Bies, clarinet.
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g 'IXE lorlls provl e much enjoyment in such activities as the annual Christmas program and Bacc'aluureate. They also
participated IH the Spring M
usic Contest. The Mixed Chorus meets three times a week under the direction of Miss Marion
These two Junior girls, Judy Bghl, who playg the flute. Eileen Preuss and Jane Johnson in the hack row, and
and Barbara Nightser, who plays the clarinet, represented Mary Palm and Jeryl Lindstrom in the front row make up
Madison Central at the annual All State Band this yea1'. the Girls' Quilflel- They PIUY im lmllmlllnl DUN ill ilu'
roles of school and vommunity activities.
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Borchardt, Gay Lynn Johnson, Pam Hanlon, Kathy Nesheim, Jeryl Lindstrom, Candy Reilly, Carol Kirkeby, Karen Hanneman,
Kathi Stodolski, Vi Wieckert, Sharon Beach, VerNelle Brod and Lynette Fairhurst. Second row-wMiss Schroeder, Kathy Rush,
Carol Norton, Jeannie Van Den Hemel, Linda Hess, Michele Siedschlaw, Carol Terry, Judy Reed, Barb Nightser, Kay Amert,
Judy Bohl, Mary Palm, Betty Schladweiler, Janene Schrader, and Mary Doering. Third row-Iris Feistner, Marlene Myrmoe,
Marcella Draper, Kathy Meyer, Jane Simmons, Ardis Klamm, Diane Coclcle, Jane Johnson, Sandra Schmidt, Susette Beyer, Joyce
De Groot, Phyllis Kuhl, Esther Hansen, and Peggy Foley. Fourth row-Nancy Cole, Pam Olson, Linda Caulk, Judy Fatland,
Eileen Preuss, Pam Kachel, Marlys Yerigan, Ann Nagel, Susan Rentz, Patsy Graham, Kendra Erickson, JoAnne Taylor, and Betty
Van Den Hemel.
The Freshman and Sophomore Girls' Glee meet every day to practice for programs and contests. From left to right, Bottom
row-Miss Schroeder, Susan Robish, Suzi Domoracki, Mary Lee, Carol Wilson, Julie Nesseth, Susan Bulfer, Jo Lynn Vickmark,
Dana Treloar, Delonn Brekke, Marilyn Johnson, Karen Smit, Starla Hefner, Candy Schultz, and Glenda Stroud. Second row-
Sandra Fix, Barb Sly, Carol Straw, Sharyn Doblar, Linda Schoeberal, Kathy Drew, Kathy Olsbo, Connie Feistner, Sandra Saar-
heim, Carol Scherer, Carol Bradbury, Ellen Terry, Jan Brockelsby, lone Myrmoe, Pat Jewett, and Judy Spielman. Third row-
Lina Crusan, Linda Sorensen, Caroline Schlim, Andrea Olson, Yvonne TePoel, Shirley Hockett, Judy Groeneveld, Robin
Nelson, Alma Erickson, Karen Crosby, Cindy Maxwell, Elizabeth Ahlers, Cindy Beyer, Janice Spielman, Mary Schirmocher, and
Mary Lou Olson. Fourth row-Shalley O'Brien, Janice Olson, Colleen Schultz, Julie Tollie, Linda Wheeler, Kathleen Meehan,
inn Birlgerh Sharon Amert, Virginia Raitz, Suzanne Vetos, Kathy Casey, Marjorie Galloway, Deborah Mette, Shirley Caulk, and
aren evi e.
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Old members of the National Honor Society carry over into the New mCml9CIS of U10 NHUOHHI HOHOI' 50Cie1Y Were tapped in 3
next year. Top row, L to r.-Mr. Miller, advisor, Susan Rentz, SPCCi31P1SS6ml31Y- T017 WW, I- rv V--Marvin Holcomb, Glen John'
.lames Appelwick, Eileen Preuss, Mary Fors, First row-Kathi son, Jane Johnson, Kendra Erickson, Joanne Benke, Carol Terry,
Stodolski, Ronald Scovill, Pam Hanlon, Mary Palm. Jim Casler, Damon Hof, Tom Sogaard. Bottom row-Joann Boer,
Sandra Schmidt, Diane Cockle, Kay Amert, Linda Hess, Linda
Hendry, Jan Diede, Veronica Scmaltz.
The Madison National Forensic League is the oldest chapter in South Dakota, Top row, I. to r.-
Ronald Quam, Craig Smit, Gene Kasch, Alan Christensen, Steve Johnson, David Simon. Row 3-
Mr. James Simpson, Therese Tomscha, Judy Croeneveld, Ron Scovill, Joe Thompson, Susan Rentz,
Dan Ryan, Marlene Myrmoe. Row 2-Mrs. Roy Groeneveld, Barbara Sly, KaLhy 0'Laughlen,
James Benjamin, Sandra Schmidt, Joel Severson, Pam Hanlon, Mary Palm. Row I-Candy Reilly,
Angie Thompson, Kathy Rush, Janene Schrader, Jeryl Lindstrom, Kathi Stodolski, Judy Bohl.
The Future Nurses Club drew up their charter this year. Top row-Cindy Pederson, Marcy Draper,
Betty Van Den Hemel, Joanne Benke, Peggy Foley, Patty Krueger. Row 2-Mrs. Sweet, Vicki
Tomscha, Betty Schladweiler, Elaine Spartz, Bernadine Ahlers, Janice Wulff, Michele Siedschlaw.
IRIo'wd I-Lois Fiegan, Jill Vreyens, Kathi Stodolski, Jan Diede, Jeanne Van Den Hemel, Linda 6'
Cal poetry winner
The Poetry section of D6ClZ1lll is-Back row-Alma Erickson. Janice Olson, Joe Thompson, Jim
Treloar, Steve Johnson, Jim Casler, Linda Wheeler, Joanne Benke, and Mrs. Moose. Front row-
Mrs. Croeneveld, Janene Schrader. Barbara Sly, lris Feistner, Jill Vreyens, Kathi Stodolski, Sharon
Beach, and Sharon Borclmrdt.
The Oratory section of Declam is-Back rozc-Marcy Draper, Esther Hansen. David Simon, Alan
CJITISIGIISGH, Ronnie Quant. June Johnson, and Sandra Schmidt. Front row-Mrs. Groeneveld, Judy
Spiehnen. Mary Ellen Biegger, Kay Alnert, Beth Jensen, and Terri Tomscha.
Local oratory winner,
' Sandra Schmidt
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The Dramatic Section from left to right, Back row is Sandra Cole, Tom Redfield, Alan Christensen,
Mark Salem, Susan Rentz. Second row-Carol Terry, Marlene Myrmoe, Judy Groeneveld, Diane
Cockle, Robin Nelson, and JoAnne Larson. Third row-Mrs, Croeneveld, Linda Schoeberl, Kathy
Rush, Judy Reed, Terri Tomscha, Mary Palm, and Jeryl Lindstrom. Fourth row-Connie Johnson,
Pam Hanlon, Barbara Brown, Candy Reilly, Barbara Remes, and Judy Johnson.
Local Humorous winner,
The Htunorous Section from left to right, Back row is Shalley O'Brien, Peggy Anderson, Pam Olson,
Kathi Casey, Gwen Flaum, and Veronica Schmaltz. Second row-Carol Bradbury, James Benjamin,
Dan Ryan, Elaine Spartz, Yvonne TePoel, Roxanne Lawless, and Janice Spielman. Third row-
Mary Lou Olson, Sharyn Dohlar, Janet Crane, Karen Hanneman, Bernadine Ahlers, Carolyn Schlim,
Ellen Terry, and Sandra Saarheim. Fourth row-Mrs. Moose, Suzi Domoracki, Judy Bohl, Bernadette
Ahlers, lone Myrmoe, Mary Salem, Patty Whitethorn, and Linda Rook.
Local Dramatic winner,
These boys, Jim Van Den Hemel, Tom Farrell,
and Billy Van Den Hemel, learn to run movie
projectors and tape recorders in Visual Aids.
Coach James Simpson is
very proud of his Debate
Team-l. to r., Back row-
James Benjamin, Roger
Quam, David Simon, James
Treloar, Craig Smit, Ron-
nie Quam, and Dan Ryan.
Front row-Mr. Simpson,
Karen Smit, Kathy 0'Lough-
len, Terri Tomscha, Judy
Groeneveld, Joel Severson,
and Barbara Sly.
These students are kept very busy
in the library. L. to r., standing
-Tom Farrell, James Benjamin,
and Steve Johnson. Sitting-
Terri Tomscha, Harold Habeger,
Mrs. Gulstine, Alan Christensen,
Joanne Benke, and Patty Kruger.
Members of FHA are: Top-Cheryl Frager, Shirley Caulk, Joanne Taylor, Linda Caulk, Judy Lowe, Ann Birgen, Lee Ann
Aker, Judy Fatland, Diane Petersen, Brenda Hanneman, Colleen Schultz. Second-Lina Crusan, Sandra Roling, Mary
Ellen Biegger, Cindy Maxwell, Mary Hilde, Alma Erickson, Joanne Boer, Diane Cockle, Judy Schladweiler, Patty
Laughlin, Marlene Myrmoe, Jane Simmons. Third-Jan Brockelsby, Marilyn Johnson, Elsie Leach, Iris Feistner, Verla
Spies, Connie Feistner, Karen Hegdahl, Diane Simmons, Carolyn Schlim, Nyla Lingle, Pat Jewett. Fourth-Mrs. Sweet,
Diane Wilcox, Roxanne Feyder, Lois Fiegen, Linda Hanneman, Kathy Olsho, Carol Straw, Delonne Brekke, Pat White-
thorn, Candy Schultz, Barbara Williams, Mrs. Keiner.
Those in FFA are: Top-Torn Downs, Cary Bruns, Jim Birgen, Bill Bruns, Lynn Nelson, Cary Lage, Larry Meehan,
Ronnie Hanson, Kenneth Peterson. Second-Jerry Kruel, Jim Johnson, Joe Casler, Lee Wiseman, Keith Myers, Jerry
Casper, Dennis Paul, Tom Roling, Wayne Grad, Gary Nelson. Third-Mr. Braun, Danny Millard, Larry Fassett, Donald
Stanford, Jack Wingle, Bill Pulford, Bob Pulford, Earl Cole, Kent Drew, Steve Rhoden, Lester Hovrud. Fourth-Lynn
Schlisner, Pat Fiegen, Doug Sunde, Mike Sjoland, Tom Rath, Bill De Boer, Charles Hidensheild, Jim Fletchell, Bob
Boys who have earned major letters in one or more of Central's sports are made members of the "M" Club. L. to r., Back
row-Alan Christensen, Gordon Johnson, Jim Applewick, Jim Kreul, Roger Southmayd, Steve Thayer, B1ll Bulfer. Thzrd TOW-
'U ' ' 1 Gl J h R' k St lin , Bruce Sterling
Cral Smit Tony DeCroot John Colhgnon, Marv Holcomb, Russell Johnson, en o nson, ic y er g h.
Secozizd roui-Coach Cal Mathison, Bill Rush, Bill Greene, Larry Walker, Rex Huska, Don Keever, Tom Blair, Kelly Welc ,
Damon Hof. First row-Tom Sogaard, Rodney Stanford, Ron Keever, Roy Thomas, Ron lhler, Chuck Moothart, Ron Scovill.
Not pictured-Cary Bruns, Vernon Schmidt.
Madison Central hosted its College Days in November, 1963. Many area
high school juniors and seniors attended the three forty-minute sessions.
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University in- Brookings pointed out the ad- leamed much from the representative of
vantages Of his 0011935 Dunwoody Institute.
Presentation School of Nursing of Sioux Falls was Many boys who were thinking seriously of joining a
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Homecoming is eagerly an-
ticipated each year by the
students of Central.
Two weeks before Home-
coming Day, work is begun
by each homeroom on floats
for the parade.
The night before Home-
coming, the identity of the
King and Queen is revealed.
The coronation is followed
Queen Susan Rentz and King Russell Johnson presided over the 1963 Homecoming of
MHS. Left to right are the court: Gay Lynn Johnson, Pam Hanlon, Jeryl Lindstrom,
Mary Palm, Queen Susan, King Russell, Jim Appelwick, Gary Bruns, Cordon Johnson,
and Bill Greene.
"Turning over a New
Leaf," depicting the
merger of Beadle High
School and Madison
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Freshman girls use their imagination to decorate down-
town store windows that advertise the MHS Homecoming.
Pictured below is a winning window decoration.
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The Freshmen enjoy their first attempt
at float-building as they try to carry
out the 1963 theme of 4'Colorama."
by a huge bonfire and pep
Homecoming Day is cele-
brated by a pep meeting in
the school, a parade, the Big
Game, and a dance that fol-
lows the game. The 1963
Homecoming, the last one for
the Class of '64, was a re-
sounding success that will be
hard to forget.
Central, won first place
in Originality for the
Several Seniors work diligently to pre-
pare the Royalty float, "Eighteen Yel-
low Roses," for the parade.
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by pranksters who were eager to join the festivities. The
second was the biggest ever to be set afire in the history of
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Linda Hess and Tom Orton proudly accept the honor
of becoming the Follies King and Queen.
Roger Southmayd, Junior Class Presi-
dent, exhibits the Sweepstakes Trophy
his class earned at the 1963 Follies.
The candidates for the Follies are, Standing, left to right-Linda Sorenson, Judy Schladweiler, Karen Hanneman, Mary
iohnsgn, Marilyn Fox, Greg Giles, Jerry Johnson, Keith Myers, Bruce Sterling, Gary Randall. Sitting are Linda Hess and
Steve Balogh and Tom Blair, disguised as "John and
Marcia," entertained the crowd with their hilarious antics.
They were part of the senior skit titled "Senior Review."
A dance from "West Side Story" was featured in '4Academy
Awards of l9631Az," the first place junior skit. From left
to right are dancers Jan Diede, Ronnie Ihler, Pam Olson,
Ronnie Keever, and Sandra Coates.
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for the She intro-
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by all. and revealed
of the king
Central's delegates to All-State Chorus entertained with se-
lections from 'The Wizard of Oz."
Many Lou Olson, Robin Nelson, and Shalley O'Brien sang Kathy Casey bemoans the death of her mother, Karen
"Theme from Doctor Kildare" in the freshmen's skit. Neville, in "Tragedy at Ye Olde Sawmillf'
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Jeryl Lindstrom, .lane Johnson, Pam Hanlon,
Maly Palm, Carol Norton, and Eileen, Preuss,
a senior sextet, sing :Tum Fum Fumf'
sung by Kathy Casey,
Linda Wheeler, Ellen
Terry, Janice Olson, Judy
Groeneveld, Donilyn .lo-
hannsen, Karen Neville,
Shirley Hockett, Cindy
Maxwell, and Barbara
Sly, the Sophomore En-
Not singing anything, but
adding to the gaiety of Christ-
mas by decorating a hall, is
Central's Christmas tree.
The Senior quartet, containing Carol Kirkeby,
Sandra Cole, Kendra Erickson, and Joanne
Taylor, sing "A .loyous Christmas Song."
In February of
1964, the FHA of
Central sponsored a
valentine theme was
used for the semi-
fornial dance. The
money earned from
the dance was
added to the FHA
Barb Remes and Larry Saarheim were crowned Queen and King of Hearts
at the Sweetheart Ball.
The Chevelles provided the dancing music. Mike Hinde, a Central
senior, is in the group.
Red and White decorations gave a holiday air to the Sweetheart A large crowd enjoyed the music of the Chevelles, and the dance
Ball. Hearts and roses added to the Valentine theme. 76 floor was always filled.
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Tom Blair, Terri Tomscha and David Knudson, dressed in their "finest" dudes, discuss how to marry
off the "young un" in the all-school play "A Hillbilly Wedding."
Looking at Judy Croeneveld, Susan
Rentz exclaims to Alan Christensen,
4'Ronald, why bother to talk to her?
She looks like she hasn't washed for
David Knudson, Eileen Preuss,
Terri Tomscha, Veronica Sch-
maltz, and Joan Rook display
their acting talent in the dim
light of their "fashionable" hill-
Eileen Preuss and Judy Groeneveld shun with horror
as David Knudson shouts, "You're gittin a husband dead
or alive!" 77
Alan Christenson, Gordon Johnson, David Knudson, Thomas
Blair, and Joe Thompson are the auctioneers for the 1964-
Polio Auction. 4'Grab bags!" "Going! Going! Gone!"
The steadily increasing sum of money is carefully counted,
then "stashed ,in the vault" for safekeeping by Carol Terry
and Pamela Olson.
"Come on, kids, wouldn't anyone like a new Sunday purse?"
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The student body turned out for the last annual signing
party of Holdu Madison Central High School.
Four of the girls "plop" themselves down in any position
and busily write their last memoirs in the annual.
As the crowd gets smaller and smaller, so does the pile
of annuals left to be handed out.
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The' students enjoy several assemblies during the year that are sponsored by the various universities in this area,
The programs are both educational and entertaining.
Mr. Cheesborough, represented the
"Champion Sparkplug Co." and was
introduced by the student body presi-
dent, Cordon Johnson.
The Melody Masters, a Negro mixed
quarter, presented a program of Negro
spirituals for the assembly on January
During intermission of a hypnosis act,
We were entertained by a member of
the cast of Virgil and Julie.
U.S. Deputy Sheriff Cochise presented Mr. Tom Leckey, a local merchant,
an interesting inside look of Western gives the students monogrammed blank-
T.V. ers for sports.
On the third Monday of each month, the Madison Elks sponsored Wrlhe Elks Lodge .ballroom was always filled with dancing
a dance from 8:00 till 10:00 for all Lake County high students. durmg Elks Parties.
Ping-pong, shuffleboard, and pool facilities were furnished
Lunch was served to hungry students in the Lodge dining I
room, to the students who dld not care to dance.
Lodge members prepared and served a lunch of pop and hot dogs. Ronnie Quam, Marcy Draper, and Peggy Foley are shown en-
' ' "'f 'shdb the Elks.
Joymg a game of cards, another activlty urni e y
Miss Marion Schroeder, director of vocal
music, presented a music plaque to be dis-
played in the trophy case to the Principal,
Mr. Southmayd. All Central entries received
a Superior rating in the High School Music
Mr. Mathison and Mr. Barker handed out athletic awards Agricultural director Norman Braun presented the FFA awards
to these boys: from left to right--Gordon Johnson, Roger tg the agricultural students.
Southmayd, Gary Bruns, Russel Johnson, Tom Orton, Bill
Bulfer, and Tony DeCroot.
James Benjamin, Dan Ryan, Judy Croeneveld, Terri Tomscha,
Barb Sly, and David Simon received awards for their outstanding
work in debate from the debate coach, Mr. Simpson.
James Benjamin, flanked by smiling NFL
members, displays a few of his many awards
for his work in speech.
Four girls received their chapter degrees from
Home Ec teacher, Mrs. Kiner. Pictured from
left to right are Ann Birgen, Lee Ann Aker,
Sandra Roling, and Linda Hanneman.
GAA awards were presented to the following girls for their
participation in Girls' Athletic Association. Left to right are
Susan Rentz, Terri Tomscha, Lee Ann Aker, Janene Schrader,
Joann Benke, Gay Lynn Johnson, Patty Krueger, Marlene
Myrmoe, Eileen Preuss, Mary Palm, and Kathy O'Loughlen.
Mrs. Evelyn Bulfer presented the awards.
MHS librarian Mrs. Gulstine presented awards to members of
the library club. Left to right are Alan Christensen, Joanne
Benke, Terri Tomscha, Patty Kreuger, and Kathi Stodolski.
Seventeen sophomores and two seniors received letters for
their participation in band from Mr. Bill Ireland. Back row,
left to right-Greg Anderson, Alma Erickson, Shirley Hockett,
Linda Wheeler, Kathy Casey, John Koehne, Donovan Albert-
son, John Aus. Front row-Jane Cizadlo, Karen Neville, Barb
Sly, the two seniors-Gwen Elaum and Diane' Cockle, Judy
Groeneveld, Ellen Terry, Beth Jensen, Kathy O'Loughlen,
Cary Renner, and Dick Turner.
Craig Smit, Central senior, received a trophy
for his hard work in Central's wrestling pro-
gram. He was presented the trophy by Mr.
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Tom Blair, senior class
president, gave a fare-
well speech from the
seniors and thanked the
The class will of 1964-
was read by Joan Rook
at the Junior-Senior ban-
Roger Southmayd, pres-
ident of the junior class,
was master of cere-
Wayne Grad read the
senior class prophecy.
junio-rs for the grand
it-.. A .
After the delicious dinner, the students sat back and relaxed while waiting for the program to begin.
Through an outdoor Paris cafe, the juniors carried
out the theme of ulivening in Paris."
The junior ensemble created the romantic mood of
Paris with 'gThe Last Time I Saw Paris."
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A view of the entrance of the Prom shows that hlue and white
streamers were used to carry out the theme of "An Evening in Paris."
The Continentals provided music for dancing. Their songs
varied from slow to very fast.
Many of the couples were on hand to enjoy the dancing that lasted from 9:00 to 12:00.
The Seniors enjoyed their last high school Prom
dmost of them stayed to keep the dance floor
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Sewing the punch to thirsty dancers were these '6French"
sophomore waiters and waitresses.
D Respmwibtlitg, and
Glen Johnson, James Casler, Gary Nelson, Marvin Holcomb, and Roger Southmayd attended Boys' State at Northern
State Teachers College. During the week they will study the fundamental principles of government. They will apply
these principles in their own campaigns and elections held during their stay. The boys receiving this honor were
chosen by the school faculty for their outstanding leadership and scholastic ability.
Pam Hanlon was Central's DAR representative this
year. The Senior class made the nominations and the
faculty selected the candidate from these nominees.
She must have outstanding qualities in her church,
school, and home life.
The Girls' Staters for 1964 are Carol Terry and Kay
Amert. They studied government functions and ran
for offices. Girls' State was held at Dakota Wesleyan
Thoughts of the future cross these students' minds at 1964- Baccalaureate.
Reverend Hovda was chosen to speak. Here, Susan Rentz is impatiently waiting
to march in.
Seniors sing with the mixed chorus for their last time. Part of the entertainment at Baccalaureate consisted of
songs sung by the Girls' Glee Club.
The 1964 graduates the girls in white gowns and
the boys in maroon, march into the armory and
take their seats.
The MHS band, directed by William Ireland, played "War March
of the Priests," as an entry march for the graduates.
"Give Me Your Tired, Your Poor" was sung by the mixed
ensemble under the direction of Miss Marion Schroeder.
Back row, left to right-Steve Rhoden, Tom Blair, Steve
Johnson, Bill Bulfur. Third row-Barbra Nightser, Paul
Jahr, Harold Habager, Danny Ryan. Second row-.lane John-
son, Elein Preuss, Mary Palm. First row-.leryl Lindstrom,
Pam Hanlon, Miss Schroeder.
State's Attorney .lerry Lammers
spoke on "What I Live For."
The "Big Moment" came at last. Here Roger Kappel receives his diploma from school
board chairman Dr. Howard Wold as Superintendent Cockle looks on.
Glen Wilbur presented Sharon Lunt with a Terri Tomscha receives the Student Council
Rotary Scholarship for one year at General Speech Award for her outstanding work in
On behalf of the Kiwanis, Marv Olson presented
Lina Crusan with the Freshman Scholarship
Kathi Stodolski and Gordon Johnson received American Legion
Citizenship awards from Lorenzo Barela.
AKER, LEE ANN-Semester Honor Roll, Band, GAA, Girls'
Glee Club, Freshman Girls' Glee, Sophomore Girls' Glee, De-
clam, FHA fofficerl, Follies
ANDREWS, JOHN-Annual Staff, Maroon Staff, Mixed Chorus,
Boys' Glee Club, Visual Aids
APPELWICH, JlM-Football, Basketball, Track, Semester Honor
Roll, M Club, Mixed Chorus, Declam, National Honor Society,
Follies Royalty Candidate, Homecoming Royalty Candidate,
itudent Council, Class Officer, Home Room Officer, Boys' State,
BALOGH, STEVE-Track, Student Council, Home Room Officer,
BEACH, SHARON-Annual Staff, Semester Honor Roll, Band,
Flute Quartet, GAA, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Freshman
Girls' Glee, Vocal Ensemble, Declam, Home Room Officer, Fol-
lies, Pep Club, Sophomore 'Girls' Glee
BENKE, JOANNE-Semester Honor Roll, GAA, Girls' Glee Club,
Declam, Library Club, National Honor Society
BIEGGER, DOUG-Football, Basketball, Track, Visual Aids,
Home Room Officer
BLAIR, TOM-Football, Basketball, M Club, All State Chorus,
Mixed Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, Declam, All School Play, Stu-
dent Council, Class Officer, Follies
BRADBURY, APRIL-Band, Tumbling Club, Mixed Chorus, Girls'
Glee Club, FHA, Pep Club, Follies
BROD, VERNELLF.-fBeadleJ Girls' Glee Club, Freshman Girls'
Glee, Library Club, Class Play
BRUNS, GARY-fBeadlel Football, Basketball, Track, Mixed
Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, FFA, Homecoming Royalty Candidate,
Class Officer, Boys' State, Class Play, FFA Crops Judging
Team, FFA Livestock Judging Team, FFA Dairy Judging Team,
Delegate to National FFA Convention
BULFER, BILL-Football, Basketball, Track, M Club, Home
Room Officer, Follies, Mixed Chorus, Vocal Ensemble
CAULK, LINDA-fBeadlel Girls' Glee Club, Freshman Girls'
Glee, Library Club, Pep Club, FHA
CHRISTENSEN, ALAN-Maroon Staff, Basketball, Track, M
Club, Mixed Chorus, Declam, All School Play, NFL, Visual
Aids, Library Club, Home Room Officer, Follies, Golf, Wrestling
COCKLE, DIANE-Annual Staff, Semester Honor Roll, Band,
GAA, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Declam, FHA, Merit
Scholarship, National Honor Society
COLE, SANDRA-Maroon Staff, Semester Honor Roll, Band,
Cornet Trio, Cornet Quartet, Brass Sextet, Mixed Chorus,
Girls' Glee Club, Freshman Girls' Glee, Sophomore Girls'
Glee, Vocal Ensemble, Declam, German Band, Follies
COX, ELLONA--Semester Honor Roll, GAA, Girls' Glee Club,
Freshman Girls' Glee, Sophomore. Girls' Glee, Declam, Follies
DEGROOT, JOYCE-Annual Staff, GAA, Mixed Chorus, Girls'
Glee Club, Freshman Girls' Glee, Sophomore Girls' Glee, Vocal
Ensemble, Pep Club, Follies
DOERING, MARY-GAA, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Soph-
omore Girls' Glee, Vocal Ensemble, Pep Club
DREW, DALE-Basketball, Track, Boys' Glee Club, Visual Aids
ERICKSON, KENDRA-Annual Staff, Semester Honor Roll,
Band, Cornet Trio, Cornet Quartet, Standard Sextet, Mixed
Chorus, Girls' 'Glee Club, Freshman Girls' Glee, Sophomore
Girls' Glee, Vocal Ensembles, Pep Club, German Band, Follies,
National Honor Society
FARRELL., RICHARD-Football, Basketball, Track, Semester
Honor Roll, Boys' Glee Club, Debate, Home Room Officer
FATLAND, J UDY-CBeadlel Maroon Staff, GAA, Girls' Glee
.Club, FHA, Library Club, Pep Club, Class Play
FEISTNER, IRIS-fBeadleJ Breezes Staff, Semester Honor Roll,
GAA, Girls' Glee Club, Freshman Girls' Glee, Declam, Library
Club, Class Officer, Girls' State, Class Play, FHA
FIEGEN, LOIS-fBeadlel Breezes Staff, Girls' Glee Club, Fresh-
man Girls' Glee, FHA, Library Club, Pep Club, Class Play,
Future Nurses Club
FIEGEN, PATRICK-CBeadleJ Football, Track, State Dairy
Judging Team, National Dairy Judging, Weed Essay Winner
FLAUM, GWEN-Maroon Staff, Band, Drum Ensemble, Declam,
Home Room Officer, German Band, Follies, National Honor
FORD, JOHN-Boys' Glee Club
GRAHAM, PATRICIA-Girls' Glee Club
GREENE, WILLIAM-fBeadleJ Football, Basketball, Track,
Mixed Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, Homecoming Royalty Candi-
date, Class Officer, Class Play
HACKETT, CLAIRENE-Girls' Glee Club, Freshman Girls' 'Glee
HANLON, PAMELA-Maroon Staff, Cheerleader, Semester Honor
Roll, Band, Instrumental Group, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee
Club, Freshman Girls' Glee, Sophomore Girls' Glee, Vocal
Ensemble, NFL, National Honor Society, Homecoming Royalty
Candidate, Student Council, Home Room Officer, Pep Club,
Girls' State, Follies
HANNEMAN, KAREN-fBeadleJ Annual Staff, Cheerleader,
Band, Saxophone Trio, Saxophone Ensemble, All State Chorus,
Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Vocal Ensemble, Declam, All
School Play, FFA Sweetheart Queen, Mistletoe Queen Candi-
date, Follies Queen Candidate, Class Play
HARTENHOFF, SANDI-tBeadleJ FHA, Class Play
HEMRE, ROBERT-Football, Basketball, Boys' Glee Club, De-
bate, Visual Aids
HINDE, MIKE-Annual Staff, Maroon Staff, Track, Semester
Honor Roll, Visual Aids, Follies
HUSKA, REX-Football, Basketball, Track, Student Council,
Home Room Officer
JACOBS, DOUGLAS-Basketball, Mixed Chorus, Boys' 'Glee
Club, Speech Club, Follies
JENSEN, JERRY-Basketball, Track, Semester Honor Roll, Boys'
Glee Club, Follies
JOHNSON, GAY LYNN-Annual Staff, Cheerleader, Semester
Honor Roll, Band, GAA, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club,
Homecoming Royalty Candidate, Student Council, Class Officer,
Home Room Officer, Pep Club, Follies
JOHNSON, GORDON-Football, Basketball, Track, Semester
Honor Roll, M Club, Homecoming Royalty Candidate, Student
Council, Class Officer, Home Room Officer, Boys State, Follles,
Follies Royalty Candidate, Student Council President
JOHNSON, GRAYDON-Basketball, Debate, Visual Aids
JOHNSON, JANE-fBeadleJ Annual Staff, Maroon Staff, Cheer-
leader, Semester Honor Holl, Band, Flute Quartet, Flute Duet,
Woodwind Ensemble, Student Council, All. State Chorus, De-
clam, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Girls QUf1l'if5t,,V0'ca1
Ensembles, FHA fofficerl, Class Officer, Pep Club,. Glrls Stale
Alternate, Speech Club, Class Play, Follies, National Honor
Society, Breezes Staff
JOHNSON, RUSSELL-Football, Basketball, Track, M Club,
Homecoming Royalty Candidate, Homecoming Klng, Class Offl-
cer, Home Room Officer
KAPPEL, ROGER-Track, Boys' Glee Club, Visual Aids, Follies
KASCH, GENE-Football, Mixed Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, De-
bate, NFL, Visual Aids, Class Officer
KIRKEBY, CAROL-GAA, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club,
Freshman Girls' Glee, Sophomore Girls' Glee, Vocal Ensemble,
Dramatics, All School Play, Pep Club, Follies
KLAMM, ARDIS-GAA, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Soph-
omore Girls' Glee, Dramatics, Pep Club
KRUEGER, PATRICIA-Annual Staff, Semester Honor Roll,
GAA, Girls' Glee Club, Freshman Girls' Glee, Sophomore Girls'
Glee, Vocal Ensemble, Debate, All School Play, Library Club,
Freshman Scholarship Medal
LARSON, DUANE-fBeadleJ Breezes Staff, Football, Basketball,
Track, Semester Honor Roll, Mixed Chorus, Boys' Glee Club,
Student Council, Class Officer, Home Room Officer, Class Play
LEACH, ELSIE-GAA, Girls' Glee Club, FHA fofficerh
LINDSTROM, ,IERYL-Maroon Staff, Semester Honor Roll,
Band, All State Chorus, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Fresh-
man Girls' Glee, Sophomore Girls' Glee, Vocal Ensembles, De-
clam, Homecoming Royalty Candidate, Student Council, Class
Officer, Home Room Officer, Pep4Club, Follies, Girls' Quartet
LOHRMAN, LINDA-fBeadlel Breezes Staff, Cheerleader, Semes-
ter Honor Roll, GAA, Girls' Glee Club, Freshman Girls' Glee,
FHA, Class Officer, Pep Club, Class Play
LUND, DENNIS-Maroon Staff, Semester Honor Roll, Boys'
'Glee Club, Visual Aids
LUNT, SHARON-Semester Honor Roll, Band
MYERS, KEITH-CBeadlel Breezes Staff, Football, Basketball,
Track, Mixed Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, FFA, King of Mistletoe
Ball, Follies Royalty Candidate, Class Officer, Class Play, FFA
Crops Judging Team, FFA Merit Judging Team, Delegate to
National FFA Convention
MYRMOE, MARLENE-Annual Staff, Semester Honor Roll, GAA,
Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Freshman Girls' Glee, Sopho-
more Girls' Glee, Declam, Dramatics, FHA, Follies, NFL, Na-
tional Honor Society
NESHEIM, KATHY-CBeadleJ Maroon Staff, Annual Staff, GAA,
Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, FHA fofficerl, Library Club,
Mistletoe Ball Royalty Candidate, Sweetheart Ball Royalty
Candidate, Pep Club, Class Play, Follies
NORTON, CAROL-Annual Staff, Semester Honor Roll, Band,
GAA, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Freshman Girls' Glee,
Vocal Ensemble, Declam, Pep Club, Follies, All State Chorus
Alternate, Standard Quartet
OLSON, DARRELL--Qtransfer from Oldhaml
PALM,,MARY-Annual Staff, Cheerleader, Semester Honor Roll,
Band, Clarinet Quartet, Woodwind Ensemble, 'Girls' Quartet,
GAA, All State Chorus, All State Band, Mixed Chorus, Girls'
Glee Club, Sophomore Girls' Glee, Freshman Girls' Glee, Vocal
Ensemble, Declam, Dramatics, NFL, National Honor Society,
Homecoming Royalty Candidate, Home Room Officer, Pep Club,
PEDERSON, CINDY-GAA, Girls' Glee Club
PETERSON, DIANE-CBeadlel Breezes Staff, Semester Honor
Roll, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, FHA, Library Club,
Speech Club, Class Play, Pep Club
PREUSS, EILEEN-Annual Staff Ceditorl, Maroon Staff, Semes-
ter Honor Roll, Band, Flute Ensemble, GAA, Tumbling Club,
All State Chorus, All State Band, Girls' Glee Club, Freshman
Girls' Glee, Sophomore Girls' Glee, Vocal Ensemble, Declam,
Dramatics, All School Play, National Honor Society, Pep Club,
Girls' State Alternate, Follies, Girls' Quartet
REDFIELD, PAUL-fBeadleJ Declam, Speech Club
FEDFIELD, TOM-fBeadlel Declam, Class Play, FFA
REILLY, CANDY-Annual Staff, GAA, Girls' Glee Club, Fresh-
man Girls' Glee, Sophomore Girls' Glee, Vocal Ensemble, De-
clam, NFL, Student Council, Class Officer, Pep Club, Follies
REMES, BARBARA-fBeadleJ Annual Staff, Mixed Chorus,
Girls' Glee Club, Declam, Library Club, Mistletoe Ball Royalty
Candidate, Pep Club, Class Play, Follies
RENTZ, SUSAN-Annual Staff, Cheerleader, Semester Honor
Roll, Band, Flute Ensemble, GAA, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee
Club, Freshman Girls' Glee, Sophomore Girls' Glee, Declam,
Dramatics, National Honor Society, Homecoming Queen, Follies
Royalty Candidate C2 yearsl, Pep Club, Follies, Girls' State
Alternate, All School Play
ROOK, MARY-GAA, Girls' Glee Club, Sophomore Girls' Glee,
RUSH, KATHY-Annual Staff, GAA, Girls' Glee Club, Fresh-
man Girls' Glee, Sophomore Girls' Glee, Vocal Ensemble, De-
clam, NFL, Pep Club, Follies
SAARHEIM, LARRY-Track, Semester Honor Roll, Boys' Glee
Club, Visual Aids, Follies
SCHLADWEILER, BETTY-fBeadlel Annual Staff Ceditorb,
Breezes Staff, Triple Trio, GAA, Mixed Chorus, 'Girls' Glee
Club, Freshman Girls' Glee, FHA fofficerl, Library Club,
gandidate for FFA Chapter Sweetheart, Pep Club, Class Play,
SHMIDT, VERNON-fBeadleJ Football, Basketball, Track, FFA,
Class Officer, Class Play
SCHMIDT, SANDRA-Semester Honor Roll, Maroon Staff fedi-
torl, Student Council, GAA, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club,
Declam, NFL, Class Officer, Follies, National Honor Society
SCHRADER, JANENE-Maroon Staff fe-ditorl, Semester Honor
Roll, GAA, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Freshman Girls'
Glee, Sophomore Girls' Glee, Vocal Ensemble, Declam, Pep
SCHLISNER, MICKEY-fBeadleD FFA, Student Council, Speech
SCOVILL, RONNIE-Maroon Staff, Football, Track, Semester
Honor Roll, M Club, Debate All School Play, NFL, National
Honor Society, Student Council, Class Officer, Home Room Of-
ficer, Boys' State, Follies, NSF Summer Institute
SIMON, DAVID-Track, Boys' Glee Club, Declam, Debate, All
School Play, NFL, Follies
SMIT, CRAIG-Basketball, Track, Semester Honor Roll, M Club,
Mixed Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, Declam, Debate, NFL, Follies,
SOGAARD, TOM-Maroon Staff, Basketball, Track, Semester
Honor Roll, M Club, Mixed Chorus, Boys' Glee Club, All
School Play, Home Room Officer, Boys' State Alternate, Follies,
National Honor Society
SPIES, VERLA-GAA, Girls' Glee Club, FHA fofficerb
STANFORD, RODNEY-Football, Basketball, Track, Boys' Glee
Club, Home Room Officer, Wrestling
STODOLSKI, KATHI-Annual Staff, Semester Honor Roll, GAA,
All State Chorus Alternate, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club,
Vocal Ensemble, Declam, Dramatics, NFL, National Honor So-
ciety, Home Room Officer, Pep Club, Follies, Accompanist
for All State Chorus, Girls' Glee Club Quartet, Future Nurses
TAYLOR, JOANNE-fBeadleJ GAA, Girls' Glee Club, FHA, Li-
brary Club, Class Officer, Home Room Officer, Pep Club, Class
THOMPSON, JOE-Basketball, Declam, Debate, NFL, Visual Aids
TOMSCHA, TERRY-Semester Honor Roll, Band,
Quartet, GAA, Tumbling Club, Girls' Glee Club, Freshman
'Girls' Glee, Sophomore Girls' Glee, Declam, Debate, Dramatics,
All School Play, NFL, Library Club, Follies Royalty Candidate,
Student Council, Class Officer, Home Room Officer, Pep Club,
Girls' State, Follies
TRYON, SHARON-GAA, Home Room Officer, Follies
WALKER, LARRY-fBeadleJ Football, Boys' Glee Club, Follies
WIECKERT, VI-Annual Staff, GAA, Girls' Glee Club, Fresh-
man Girls' Glee, Declam, Dramatics, Pep Club
WULFF, JANICE-fBeadleJ Breezes Staff, Cheerleader, Semester
Honor Roll, GAA, Mixed Chorus, Girls' Glee Club, Freshman
Girls' Glee, Sophomore Girls' Glee, Library Club, Student
Council, Class Officer, Pep Club, Speech Club, Class Play
Ahlers Eisenbeis, John 27
Ahlers, Bernadette 21, 63
Ahlers, Bernadine 21, 61, 63
, Elizabeth 27, ss, oo, 74
Ahlers, Rosetta 24, 58
Aker, Kenneth 27
Aker, Lee Ann 6, 30, 42, 58, 76, 78, 54, 83
Albertson, Donavon 24, 43, 46, 54, 83
Amert, Kay 21, 30, 41, 58, 59, 60, 61, 74,
75, 78, 90,. 86, 54,84
Amert, Richard 27, 46, 54
Amert, Sharon 24, 58, 60, 74
Anderson, Gregory 24, 90, 54, 85, 83
Anderson, Peggy 27, 30, 63, 90, 54
Andress, Danny 24
Andrews, John 6
Applewick, James 6, 44, 49, 50, 51, 59, 61,
66, 68, 69, 74, 53
Aus, John 24, 46, 71, 54, 85, 83
Aus, Thomas 24, 43, 46
Aust, Kenneth 27
Balogh, Steven 6, 30, 42, 73, 80
BARKER, DAN 35, 48, 82
Bauman, James 24
Beach, Sharon 6, 39, 59, 60, 62, 74, 54, 85
Becker, Thomas 27
Benjamin, James 24, 43, 46, 61, 63, 64, 82
Benke, Joanne 6, 58, 61, 62, 64, 83
Betz, Dennis 27, 46, 68
Beyer, Cheryl 27, 58
Beyer, Cynthia 24, 58, 60, 73, 74
Beyer, Susette 21, 30, 47, 58, 59, 60, 71, 74,
Bieggar, Douglas 6
Bieggar, Mary Ellen 24, 58, 62, 80, 65
BIES, DARLENE 32
Bies, Mary 24, 90, 56, 54
Birgen, Ann 24, 60, 74, 65, 83
Birgen, James 27, 65
Blair, Thomas 6, 20, 42, 59, 66, 73, 88, 78,
84, 90, 77
BLAKELY, HERB 36, 46
Boer, Joann 21, 61, 55, 85
Boer, Richard 24, 44, 48
BOGUE, L. V. 36
Bohl, Judy 21, 59, 60, 61, 63, 74, 75, 90,
Bohl, Pat 24, 59, 74,54
BORTNEM, RICHARD 34
Borchardt, Sharon 21, 59, 60, 62, 74, 75
Bowman, Bill 24, 78, 46
Bradbury, April 7
Bradbury, Carol 24, 60, 63, 74
BRAUN, NORMAN 36, 65
Brekke, Delcena 21, 40
Brekke, Delonn 27, 58, 60, 74, 75, 65
Brockelsby, Jan 24, 58, 60, 74
Brod, Vernelle 6, 60, 74
Brown, Barbara 27, 58, 63
Brown, William 27
Bruns, William 24, 48, 65
Bruns, Gary 7, 49, 50, 51, 68, 69, 71, 65, 82
BULFER, MRS. EVELYN 35, 58, 83
Bulfer, Susan 27, 58, 60, 68, 74, 75
Bulfer, Thomas 24, 46, 48, 90
Bulfer, William 7, 44, 49, 51, 66, 71, 74, 88,
Bunkers, Sandra 27, 58, 55
Byrd, Ronald 24
CAMPBELL, FRANK 20, 36, 83
Campbell, Mary 27, 58, 76, 55
Driscoll, Jerome 27, 46
Alma 24, 60, 62, 65, 58, 71, 83, 74
Kendra 8, 30, 42, 59, 60, 61, 71,
96, 56, 54, 81, 19
Kathleen 24, 58, 60, 63, 73, 74, 83,
75, 90, 54
Casler, James 20, 21, 61, 62, 86
Casler, Joe 27, 76, 65
Casper, Jerry 24, 43, 46, 65
Christensen, Alan 7, 41, 43, 59, 61,
Linda 7, eo, 65, 74
Shirley 24, 58, eo, 65, 74
64, 66, 73, 74, 78, 77, 85, 81, 83
Christie, Allen 27
Church, Beckey 21
Cizadlo, Jane 24, 58, 90, 54, 83
Clarke, Robert 24
Ericsson, Richard 20, 27, 29, 46
Erstad, Ronnald 27
Fairhurst, Lynnette 21, 60
Farrell, Richard 8, 76, 80
Farrell, Thomas 24, 43, 46, 64, 80
Fassett, Larry 27, 65
Fatland, Judith 8, 58, 60, 65, 74
Fawbush, Gary 21
Coates, Sandra 21, 30, 40, 41, 58, 59, 73, 74,
Cockle, Diane 7, 30, 39, 42, 59, 60, 61, 65,
74, 96, 54, 81, 83, 19
COCKLE, ROBERT 32, 88
Cole, Earl 21, 43, 44, 65
Cole, Nancy 21, 58, 59, 60, 74, 75, 54
Cole, Ralph 27, 90, 54
Cole, Sandra 7, 59, 63, 71, 74, 75, 56, 54
Collignon, John 21, 43, 44, 66
Collignon, Larry 27, 46
CONNOR, MARTIN 36
Cox, Ellona 8
Crane, Janet 24, 39, 48, 58, 63, 76, 78
Crosby, Eugene 21
Crosby, Karen 24, 58, 60, 74
Crusan, Lina 27, 58, 60, 65, 74, 89
Deboer, Diane 27, 55
Deboer, William 21, 65
Degroot, Anthony 21, 45, 49, 50, 51, 66, 82,
Degroot, Joyce 8, 30, 59, 60, 74, 78, 96, 81
Deniger, John 21
Deremo, Rhonda 27, 55
Diede, Gary 20, 24, 26, 4-6, 48
Diede, Janice 21, 58, 61, 73
Dirksen, William 27
Dixon, Roger 24
Doblar, Sharyn 24, 58, 60, 63, 74,
DOCKENDORF, DONALD 34
Doering, Mary 8, 59, 60, 74
Domoracki, Susan 24, 41, 58, 60, 63, 74
Feisiner, Connie 27, 60, 65, 68, 74
Feisiner, Iris 8, 60, 62, 65, 74
Ferber, Kenneth 24
Feyder, Roxanne 27, 65, 68
Fiegen, Lois 9, 61, 65
Fiegen, Patrick 9, 65
Fitzgerald, Michael 27, 80, 55
Fix, Sandra 24, 60, 74, 85
Flaum, Gwen 9, 40, 41, 63, 54, 85, 83
Fletchall, James 27, 65
Foley, Margaret 21, 30, 41, 59, 60, 61, 74,
Ford, John 9, 42
Fors, Mary Jean 9, 39, 61, 96, 19
Frager, Cheryl 24, 58, 65, 55
Frewaldt, Dale 9
Frewaldt, David 27, 46, 74
Galloway, Marjorie 27, 60, 90, 55
Ganser, Charles 24, 46, 52
Ganser, Thomas 46, 27
Goth, Rodney 21
Goth, Shirley 27, 74
Grad, Suzanne 27, 58, 68
Grad, Wayne 3, 21, 42, 59, 74, 65, 84
Graff, Stephen 24, 48, 59, 74
Graham, Oscar 24
Graham, Patricia 9, 60
Greene, William 9, 44, 49, 66, 68, 69
Griffin, Bill 27, 43
GROENEVELD, MRS. ANNETTE 34, 61,
Doren, Dennis 24
Doren, Elizabeth 27, 68
Doren, Luanna 68, 27
Downs, Lois 24
Downs, Thomas 21, 80, 65
74, 80, 96
Draper, Thomas 27
Drew, Clark Jr. 24
Drew, Dale 8, 90
Drew, Judy 21, 58
Drew, Kathryn 27, 60, 74
Drew, Kent 21, 65
Marcella 21, 30, 41, 59, 60, 61, 62,
Groeneveld, Judith 24, 58, 60, 61, 63, 64,
74, 75, 78, 77, 54, 82, 83
GULSTINE, MAE 35, 64, 83
Gutzman, Cheryl 3, 21, 74, 75, 90
Habeger, Harold 21, 59, 64, 73, 74, 54, 84,
Hackett, Clairene 10
Hagg, Rosalie 21
Hanlon, Pamela 10, 41, 47, 59, 60, 61, 63,
68, 69, 71, 74, 75, 90, 86, 54, 19, 88
Hanneman, Brenda 27, 65, 55
Hanneman, Eugene 24
Hanneman, Linda 24, 65, 55, 83
Hansen, Esther 21, 30, 58, 59, 60, 62, 74
Hansen, Mark 27, 46
Hansen, Ronald 21, 65
Hansen, Walter 27
Hanson Gloria 27
Hartenhoff, Sandra 10
Hefner, Starla 24, 58, 60, 74
Hegdahl, Karen 27, 58, 65
Heilman, Richard 24, 43, 80
HEMRE, LEWIS 36
Hemre, Robert 10
Hendry, Linda 21, 58, 61, 90, 54
Hess, Linda 21, 41, 47, 58, 59, 60, 61, 71,
72, 74, 75, 85, 84
Heyer, William 27, 80
HIARING, MERLIN 3, 35, 40
Hiaring, Vaughn 27, 71, 54
Hidenshield, Charles 24, 65
Hilde, Mary 24, 48, 58, 65, 55
Hinde, Michael 10, 42, 43, 76
Hockett, Lennette 21
Hockett, Leonard 27, 46
Hockett, Shirley 21, 24, 42, 58, 60, 74, 75,
90, 54, 83
Hodne, Darrel 3, 21
Hof, Alan 24, 59, 74
Hof, Damon, 21, 43, 45, 61, 66
Hof, Karen 21, 56, 54
Hof, Linda 24
Hof, Sharean 27, 58
Holcomb, Gwendolyn 25, 58, 73
Holcomb, Marvin 21, 44, 61, 66, 71, 52, 86
Holcomb, Melvin 21, 43
Hough, Merle 10
Hovrud, Lester 25, 65
Hughes, Gloria 27
Hurley, Betty '
Huska, Rexford 10, 44, 49, 66
Hyland, Barbara 27
Ihler, Lonnie 27, 46, 51
Ihler, Ronald 21, 45, 66, 71, 73, 80
IRELAND, WILLIAM 34, 42, 71, 56, 54,
Jacobs, Douglas 11, 42
Jacobson, Vicki 21
J ahr, Grant 21, 54
Jahr, Paul 28, 59, 73, 74, 88
Elizabeth 25, 40, 41, 62, 90, 56, 83,
Tony 25, 43, 90
Jerry 11, 30, 42
Patricia 25, 60, 65, 74
Johannsen, Donilyn 25, 74, 75
Johnson, Barbara 22, 40, 41, 50, 80
Johnson, Constance 25, 63, 78
Johnson, Donald 22
Johnson, Donald Wm.
Johnson, Gary 28
, Karen 1o,s9, 59, 60, 68, 72, 74,
Johnson, Gay Lynn 11, 30, 42, 47, 58, 59,
69 71 74 76 96 54 81 83
Johnson: Glien 22, 44, 61, 66, 71, 86
Gordon 11, 20, 45, 49, 66, 68, 69,
71, 761 68, 79, 82, 89
Johnson: James 22, 65
Graydon 11 88
Jane 11, 39, 41, 59, 60, 61, 62, 73g
74, 751 96, 81, 19, 88
JOHNSON, MRS. JEAN sz
, Judith 22, 63
Maril n 25 60 65 74
9 - Y 7 9 7
Johnson, Russell 11, 44, 49, 50, 51, 66, 68,
69, 70, 71, 76, 78, 82
Johnson, Steve 22, 59, 61, 62, 64, 73, 74, 90,
54, 84, 88
Johnson, Vicki 28, 55
Kachel, Pamela 25, 30, 58, 60, 74, 96
Kappel, Roger 11, 88
Kasch, Gene 12, 61
Kearin, Dennis 22
Keever, Donald 25, 44, 46, 48, 51, 66, 78
Ronald 22, 43, 45, 66, 78
Darrell 22 30 39 76 96
Martin, Vernace 28
MARTINSON, GYLES CMARTYJ 36
MATHISON, CAL 34, 49, 66, 71, 82
Maxwell, Cynthia 25, 58, 60, 65, 74, 75
Maxwell, Robert 28, 42, 46
May, David 25
McBride, Mary 28, 74
McKinney, Donald 25, 43, 52
Meehan, Kathleen 25, 58, 60, 74
Meehan, Larry 25, 48, 51, 65
Mette, Deborah 28, 60, 74
Meyer, David 25
Meyer, Edwin 22
Meyer, Kathleen 22, 60, 74
Meyers, David 25, 43, 73
Millard, Daniel 65, 25
MILLER, ROBERT 20, 35
Milligan, Peggy 22, 58
Mitchell, Larry 28, 46, 68, 73
Mitchell, Lee 25, 46, 48
MOOSE, MRS. FLORANCE 36, 62, 63
Moothart, Charles 22, 43, 44, 66
Morgan, Jerry 22
Muth, Shirleen 28, 58, 55
Myers, Gary 28
Myers, Keith 13, 72, 65, 85
KINER, MRS. DORIS 35, 65, 83
Kirkeby, Carol 12, 60, 75
Klamm, Ardis 3, 12, 58, 59, 60, 69, 74
Knappen, Dixie 3, 22
Knudson, David 12, 78, 77
Koehne, John 25, 54, 83
Koistinen, Alton 25, 48, 53
Kreul, Gerold 25, 46, 65
Kreul, Jim 22, 45, 66
Kreul, Victor 28, 46
Kroon, Douglas 12
Krueger, Patricia 12, 30, 58, 61, 64, 96, 83,
Kuhl, Phyllis 22, 58, 60
Lage, Gary 22, 65
LANG, JOHN 34
Larson, Duane 12
Larson, Joanne 22, 63
Laughlin, Patricia 28, 58, 65,74, 76, 80
Lawless, Roxanne 3, 22, 63, 90
Leach, Elsie 12, 65
Lee, Deanna 28, 58, 55
Lee, Mary 28, 58, 60, 74, 80
Lemme, Ralph 22, 30
LIDDIARD, MRS. GRACE 36
Lindstrom, Jeryl 13, 30, 41, 59, 60, 61, 63,
68, 69, 73, 74, 75, 90, 56, 88
Lingle, Nyla 25, 58, 65, 76, 78, 80
Lofswold, Darla 25
Lohrman, James 28
Lohrman, Linda 13, 30, 69
Lowe, James 13, 42
Lowe, Judith 28, 65, 74
Lowe, Robert 25
Lucas, Barbara 28, 55
Lund, Dennis 13
Lunt, Cindy 25
Lunt, Sharon 13, 42, 19, 89
Myrmoe, Ione 28, 58, 60, 63, 74
Myrmoe, Marlene 13, 39, 58, 59, 60, 61,
63, 65, 74, 81, 83, 19
Nagel, Anna 22, 59, 60
Nagel, Peggy 25, 58
Natwick, Rebecca 28, 58, 55
Nelson, Lynn 65
Nelson, Gary 22, 65, 86
Nelson, Jeffrey 22
Nelson, Robin 28, 58, 60, 63, 73, 74, 75
Nesheim, Kathryn 13, 30, 59, 60, 96
Nesseth, Julie 28, 60, 74
Neville, Karen 25, 39, 48, 58, 60, 73, 74,
75, 90, 54, 83
Nielson, Jay 28
Nighbert, Terry 25
Nightser, Barbara 22, 58, 59, 60, 71, 74,
75, 90, 56, 54, 84, 88
Nightser, Marlene 3, 28, 90, 55
Norton, Carol 14, 42, 58, 59, 60, 74, 75, 90
Norton, Patty 28, 55
O'Brien, Shalley 28, 58, 60, 63, 73, 74, 75
Oium, Susan 28, 74
O'Loughlen, Kathleen 25, 58, 61, 64, 90,
Kathy 28, 58, 60, 65, 74, 76
Olson, Andrea 28, 58, 60, 74
Olson, Bruce 25, 46, 48, 51
Olson, Darrell 14
Olson, Janice Faye 25
Janice Kaye 25, 58, 60, 62, 74, 75
Maher, Dennis 28, 43, 90
Olson, Mary 28, 58, 60, 63, 73, 74, 75, 56,
Olson, Pam 22, 58, 59, 60, 63, 73, 74, 75,
78, 90, 56, 54
Orton, John 20, 28, 29, 46, 80
Orton, Thomas 22, 49, 50, 71, 72, 85, 82
Osborne, Rodney 25, 59, 74
Pederson, Cynthia 14, 61
PESCHONG, JAMES 30, 35, 81
Petersen, Diane 14, 65
Peterson, Kenneth 22, 71, 65
Poppen, Wilma 3, 14
Preuss Eileen 14, 19, 40, 41, 42, 58, 59, 60
David 25, 78
Douglas 25, 46, 48, 73
Pulford, Robert 28, 65
Pulford, William 28, 65
Quam, Roger 25, 64, 90
Quam, Ronald 22, 61, 62, 64, 80, 85
Raethz, Virginia 28, 60, 74
Randall, Gary 28, 46, 72
Rath, Thomas 25, 43, 46, 65
Rathburn, Terrance 28, 54
Redfield, Paul 14
Redfield, Thomas 15, 63
Reed, Barbara 28, 60
Reed, Judy.22, 58, 60, 63, 74
Reghy, Candace 15, 39, 60, 61, 63, 69, 96,
Reilly, Mary 28
Remes, Barbara 15, 30, 63, 76, 96
Renner, Gary 25, 43, 46, 54, 83
Rentz, Susan 15, 19, 30, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63
Rentz, Virgil 25
Rhoden, Steven 22, 43, 45, 59, 74, 65, 88
Ritscher, Carol 28, 30, 58, 54
Roberts, Ronnie 22, 39, 96
Robish, Susan 28, 74
Robson, Bonnie 22, 30, 58, 96
Roling, Sandra 25, 65, 83
Roling, Thomas 22, 65
, Barbara 25, 42, 58
Joan 22, 58, 76, 80, 84
Lynda 15, 58, 63
, Kathleen 15, 39, 42, 60, 61, 63, 96,
Thomas 28 46
I William 25Z 46, 43, 51, 66
Daniel 22, 42, 59, 61, 63, 64, 88,
73, 82, 74, 54, 84
Saarheim, Larry 15, 30, 76
Saarheim, Sandra 25, 60, 63, 74
Salem, Mark 28, 63, 90
Salem, Mary 28, 63
Salem, Paul 22
Saufley, Steven 28, 46
Scherer, Carol 28, 58, 60, 74
Schirmacher, Mary 28, 58, 60, 74, 75
Schladweiler, Betty 16, 30, 60, 61, 69, 74,
Schladweiler, John 28, 55
Schladweiler, Judith 25, 58, 65, 72
Schlim, Carolyn 25, 60, 63, 65, 74
Schlisner, Leon 16
Schlisner, Lynn 3, 28, 43, 46, 65
Schmaltz, Veronica 22, 61, 63, 80, 85
Schmidt, Rickie 28
Schmidt, Sandra 16, 40, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62,
Schmidt, Vernon 16, 44, 85
Schneider, Russell 25, 46, 48
Schoeberl, Linda 25, 58, 60, 63, 74
Schrader, J anene 16, 40, 58, 59, 60, 61, 62,
74, 81, 83
Schrader, Max 22, 73, 80, 85
SCHROEDER, MISS MARIAN 34, 59, 60,
74, 88, 75, 87, 82
Schulz, Kathleen 28, 58, 60, 65, 74
Schulz, Colleen 25, 58, 60, 65, 74
Schultz, Sharon 22, 74
Scovill, Ronald 16, 40, 44, 61, 66, 81, 19
Scully, Jean 22
Severson, J eff 28, 73
Severson, Joel 25, 61, 64, 73, 80
Siedschlaw, Michael 28, 78
Siedschlaw, Michele 23, 58, 59, 60, 61, 74
Simon, David 16, 61, 62, 64, 82
Simmons, Diane 28, 65, 80, 55
Simmons, Jane 23, 58, 61, 65, 71, 54
SIMPSON, JAMES 34, 61, 64
Sjoland, Michael 23, 65
Sjoland, Robert 25, 65
Shoemaker, Mary 75
Skaff, Daniel 29, 46, 59, 74, 80
Sliter, Sterling 29, 43, 46
Sly, Barbara 25, 60, 61, 62, 64, 83, 74, 82,
75, 90, 54
Smit, Craig 16, 43, 59, 64, 66, 74, 83
Smit, Karen 29, 60, 64, 74
Smith, Jack 26
Smith, Roger 29
Sogaard, Thomas 3, 17, 40, 59, 61, 66, 74, 19
Sorensen, Linda 29, 60, 72, 74, 75
SOUTHMAYD, E. A. 32, 82, 19, 89
Southmayd, Roger 20, 23, 42, 44, 49, 50,
66, 71, 72, 86, 84, 82
Spartz, Elaine 23, 58, 61, 63, 68, 80
Spies, Verla 17, 58, 65
Spielamn, Janice 29, 58, 60, 63, 74
Spielman, Judy 26, 58, 60, 62, 74
Stanford, Donald 3, 26, 52, 65
Stanford, Linda 23, 58
Stanford, Rodney 17, 43, 45, 66
Sterling, Bruce 26, 30, 45, 46, 66, 72, 52
Sterling, Ricky 23, 45, 66, 71
Stodolski, Kathleen 17, 30, 59, 60, 61, 62,
74, 96, 81, 83, 19, 89
Straw, Carol 26, 60, 65, 74
Stroud, Glenda 29, 60, 74
Stroud, Jacqueline 29, 74
Stroud, Terral 23, 58
Sullivan, Dana 26
Sullivan, Ronnie 29, 46, 80
Sunde, Douglas 29, 65
SWEET, MRS. JEANETTE 34, 61, 65
Taylor, Joanne 17, 58, 60, 65, 74, 75
TePoel, Yvonne 26, 58, 60, 63, 74
Terrio, Brenda 26
Terry, Carol 23, 58, 59, 60, 61, 63, 74, 78,
Teske, Geraldine 23
Thayer, Steven 23, 59, 66, 73, 74
Thelen, Thomas 29, 55
Thomas, LeRoy 23, 43, 45, 66, 76, 78
Thompson, Angeline 26, 30, 58, 61, 62, 78,
Thompson, Jeanne 29, 55
Thompson, Joseph 17, 61, 62, 78
Tolley, Julie 29, 60, 74
Tomscha, Larry 26, 46, 48, 71, 54
Tomscha, Therese 17, 20, 58, 61, 62, 63, 64
77, 54, 82, 83, 89
Tomscha, Victoria 23, 58, 61, 90, 54
Tone, Bill 23
Towlerton, Lola 29, 55
Treloar, Dana 29, 60, 74
Treloar, James 26, 62, 64, 80
Tryon, Jack 26, 46
Tryon, Sharon 18, 58
Turner, Richard 26, 54, 83
Van Den Hemel, Betty 23, 30, 41, 59, 60,
61, 71, 74, 90, 96, 54
Van Den Hemel, James 29, 64, 90
Van Den Hemel, Jeanne 23, 30, 39, 41, 59,
Van Den Hemel, William 26, 64, 90
Vanhove, Donald 29
Vetos, Suzanne 23, 60
Vickmark, JoLynn 29, 58, 60, 74
Vreyens, Jill 26, 39, 41, 48, 58, 61, 62, 78
WALCZYK, JOHN 35, 43, 44
Walker, Larry 18, 66
Walters, Joseph 29, 46, 59, 74
Walter-man, Joy 18, 30
Warren, David 23, 43
Warren, Karen 26
Welch, Kelly 23, 4-5, 66
WEISBECKER, AL 35, 45
Wheeler, Linda 26, 58, 60, 62, 71, '74, 83,
75, 80, 54
Whitcomb, Michael 26, 46, 80
Whitethorn, John 29, 55,
Whitethorn, Patricia 26, 63, 65, 80
Wieckert, Viola 18, 30, 58, 60, 74
Wiese, Terry 29
Wilcox, Diana 26, 65, 55
Williams, Barbara 29, 58, 65, 55
Williams, Lana 29, 58, 55
Wilson, Carol 26, 58, 60, 73, 74
Winesburg, Linda 23
Wingle, Jack 29, 65
Wiseman, Maynard 26, 65
Wiste, Steven 29
Wulff, Janice 18, 41, 58, 61
Yerigan, Marlys 23, 58, 60, 74, 80
Zimmerman, Don 29, 55
Ziebarth, Dennis 59, 54
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VanDenHemmel, Barb Remes, Ronnie Roberts, Darrel Killion.
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Foley, Marcy Draper.
Front row-Kathy Stoidolslri, Joyce DeGroot, Kendra Erickson, Diane Cockle, Betty Schladweiler, Eileen Preuss.
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