BC: The End
FC: Yankton High School Class 0f 1965 45th Class Reunion | Arickara
1: Life brings simple pleasures to us every day. It is up to us to make them wonderful memories. | We dedicated our annual to Dennis Gurney RIP 7/18/63 | Band, Chorus, football team, play, Homecoming, YClub Sweethearts, prom, basketball team, class officers, graduation, wrestling team, track team.
2: These first three pictures are in memory of Joan Taylor Gross who passed away this year. She will be missed. | Sue Kadous & Dan Medeck with Joan | Todd Halle & Jim Means with Joan
3: Kris (Heemstra) and husband Mike Kirchgasler, Skip Vanderhule and Steve Lacey.
4: Left: Wanda White, Illa, List, Karen Hill, Holly Braterg, Darlene Dilts.
5: Trudy Church, Tom Law and Sandi Harris (Law), Wanda White and husband, Larry Freng.
6: Dennis Lokken and Joan Taylor | Dan List and WallyAnn Flint
7: Left: Wayne Rempp, Rod Hall and wife, Doris. | Don Tucker and Wayne Rempp
8: Don Tucker | Bill Ellingson | Skip Vanderhule and Ava Tucker, wife of Don.
9: Denny Garrigan, Rodney Hall, Curt Peterka and wife, Trudy Church's 'pretty' hair. | Background: Denny Garrigan and Rodney Hall. Left front table: husbands of classmates. Right front table: Tom Law and Doug Johnson.
10: WallyAnn Flint and Trudy Church (Garrigan). Tom Law in background. | WallyAnn Flint and Denny Garrigan. Background: Illa List and Doug Johnson.
11: Doug Johnson remembers Jane Flint, sister of WallyAnn, beat him up when he was little. Neighborhood thing! | Family members and friends stop by to visit. Debbie and Doug lived across from each other and the Flints down the street and block away. In that neighborhood were many classmates: Tom Roberts, Ron Honner, Curt Peterka, Denny Lokken, Bill Tamisiea, Kay Willcockson, Don Knudson. | Debbie Johnson with her sister, Ruth. Wanda White in the background.
12: Front: Shirley Modereger and Susan Flint (my youngest sister). Back: Kay Willcockson, Donna Modereger (year older than us) and Nancy Flint (two years younger than us and my sister).
13: Left to right: Maxine (Max) Hughes, Jane Flint, WallyAnn, Judy Whisler and Donna Modereger.
14: IN MEMORY BUT ALWAYS REMEMBERED REST IN PEACE | DOUG JANSSEN 01-26-1968 | CINDY OSBORNE 07-05-1983 | RODNEY DEVINE 10-15-1996 | DOUG GALL 12-21-1998 | GARY ST. MARTIN 07-04-1996 | MIKE BRANAUGH 10-03-1977 | DON SHELBURG 04-23-1999 | DENNIS GURNEY 07-18-1963
15: RICH ELLEFSON 05-11-2001 | BERDELENE ZEPHER 01-12-2005 | DAN BIERLE 06-01-2005 | DOUG HIGHLAND 02-04-2006 | JIM MOSES 08-13-2010 | LARRY DOLEJSI 09-25-2007 | KAREN NELSON 11-20-2006 | JOAN TAYLOR GROSS | RON HONNER 05-02-2011 | HAROLD LOECKER NO DATE AVAIILABLE
16: This was the picture at the Ice House for the 'Turning "60" Birthday Reunion' in 2008.
17: Front left to right: Dan List, Don Tucker, Duane Ruff, Fred DeRoos, Wayne Rempp, Bill Ellingson and Denny Lokken. 2nd row: Charlie Gross, Jim Means, Bob Pullman, Don Knudson, Greg Bailey, Maxine Rolfs and Kris Heemstra. 3rd row: Sandi Harris, Wallyann Flint, Miggs Williams, Kay Willcockson, Pat Snyder, Betty Cwach, Shirley Modereger, Pam Prince and Joan Taylor. Back row: Darlene Dilts, Tom Law, Curt Peterka and Bob Nash. Bill Ellingson, Greg Bailey and Denny Lokken were together recently and thought it would be a GREAT idea if we had a 'Turning "65" Birthday Reunion' in 2012. I was emailed and asked to send out emails and see if any of you would be interested in coming back next summer or fall. Please let me know if you are interested, ASAP. No date has been chosen, so up for suggestions. Many seem to like Riverboat Days weekend which is in the middle of August. Also there is a hotel in Crofton that is really nice that perhaps we could rent for the weekend and all stay together in the same place. Just another thought. It serves breakfast and dinner. Believe it is called the Hotel Argo if you want to look it up on the internet. Anxious to hear from all of you.
18: These two pages will be filled with the names of our deceased classmates, along with their high school senior picture..
24: A family is pieced together with hope and faith. A family is quilted and bound with love and grace.