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Today, emphasis is being placed on a
crash scientific program to advance our
knowledge of the universe, while compara-
tively little thought is given to the advance-
ment of the social and moral aspects of
True enough, progress in science is
necessaryg however, it is my belief that,
perhaps still more important, we must
work unceasingly to maintain and continue
the high moral and patriotic standards
established by our forefathers. All the
scientific "know-how" in the world will do
us no good if we do not possess and exhibit
the patriotic strength to use this knowledge
constructively to insure a just and honor-
able peace in our time.
As the Korean conflict so vividly illus-
trated, there are all too few Americans
who are willing to say, "I am sorry I have
only one life to give for my country."
This annual commemorates a brief time
in your lives. Your annual staff has worked
hard to make it a success so you may some
lday relive the past year through these pages
To the annual staff, congratulations. To
yhe Seniors, success in your future en-
ydeavers. To the undergraduates, con-
Vtinue to strive, for today's efforts will
help insure the future.
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N.E.D.A.S.C. Vice Pres. ..... 4
Jr. Prom Queen .............. 4
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Student Council . . . . . 3
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Viewed from our space capsule traveling over the United States we see the graduating
class of 1962 in the year 2000. During these 38 years, many advancements have been made
by the people of earth. Focusing in with our ultra-sensitive T.V. camera we see these
people in their present occupations.
As I focus in with the side angle T.V. camera, I see all these nine people working very
hard and with the sound detector, I heard these people making more noise than Khrushchev
when he had to import his Cognac from the United States. So I decided to view all nine of
them from the graduating class of '62 and get a picture of the well-rounded American.
I saw a huge airplane flying towards Hawaii and through one of the windows I spied a cute
little stewardess, named Ricky Flick, trying to make Elvis Presley comfortable, and doing
the tromp to the vibrations of his sacroiliac. I sure hope she doesn't scream too loud and
break out the windows in the pressurized cabin.
As I came over Seattle, I saw a big crowd honoring a man for building the most modern
missle. As I got closer, I could see that the man was John Nansen. John has been known to
fly one of his rockets to the moon and back just to prove that his missle was safe. Hope he
continues to have many more safe flying hours.
Continuing on over the Cascade Mountains, I saw this hugh farm about ten miles square.
Over in the south forty, I saw Robin Parry arguing with the internal revenue man. As near
as I can make out, the government owes Mr. Parry about one million dollars. Good luck
Robin--I hope you collect!
Passing over Spokane, I saw Janis Campbell conducting the Spokane Orchestra in an out-
door concert. I can see by the clouds above that it's going to rain. The orchestra members
aren't leaving, but the people are. Oh well, I'm sure, even from up here, that they performed
very well, but the rain, it's just one of those things.
From way up here I could see many different colors coming out of a building in Montana where
the art exhibit for the most talented of artists is held. All the artists seemed to be hailing one
as the greatest, and it seemed to be Larry Peha. It seems to me that Larry is one of the great-
est cartoonists since Carl Shultz, who draws Peanuts.
Down below in Ohio now, on the State campus, I saw two noted professors walking down the
street talking about something. As I got closer I could tell that the two were Professor Daryl
Halden of the Industrial Arts Dept. and Professor Dave Herdrick of the Literature Department.
The two seemed to be on their way to a meeting with the Board of Regents. Both are very
noted scholars of their field and have contributed much to the teaching of young Genius. Both
are worthy Americans.
As I continued on my journey, I flew over Washington D. C. and in the White House, I could
see Cheryl Litt in her office. She was appointed the first woman Secretary-Treasurer of the
United States by the President. It seemed she was trying to get the government out of the red.
She'll probably be the first woman president someday and I'll be glad to campaign for her when
she decides to run on the right platform.
While in Washington, I also saw Janet Hyde performing her duties as the private tutor to
Caroline Kennedy. Janet has received many degrees from several colleges and is a very
learned person. She will teach the Democrats how to run a good government.
I left these nine people with a feeling of success, as they Q have become. As I started on
my trip home, I can truthfully say, I got a picture of the well-rounded American.
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We, the Senior Class of 1962, being of sound mind and body do hereby proclaim this to be
our last will and testament.
We, the Senior Class, bequeath to those of lower class standing our outstanding person-
alities, abilities, talents, and last but not least, our exceptional good looks. We know that
with these numerous gifts, our underclassmen will be a success their remaining years of
high school and throughout their lives.
I, Daryl Halden, will all my problems to Willie in hopes that he can find a solution for
them. I will my willingness to get into trouble with Mr. Luttropp to Carol Douglas, and my
ability to get up early in the morning after a long night to D'Anne Buddrius, hoping she doesn't
have as hard a time as I did.
I, Cheryl Litt, will my Annual Editorship to Carol Litt, hoping she can get it out of the hole!
Iwill my ability to study to Clyde Bishop, knowing he'll use it and my chair in band to Patti
Johnson, hoping she can take the squeaks out of her clarinet better than I did.
I, John Nansen, will my gavel and job as ASB President to the next willing soul who will take
it, hoping he can get more order in assemblies than I did. I will my ability and my personality
to get along with girls to Danny Berry, knowing he'll use it to his advantage. And Iwill my
car the bright soul who will take it, in hopes that he can pay the gas bills better than I did.
I, Rochelle Flick, will my position as student Band Director to Carol Litt, hoping she can
keep time better than I did. I will my Drill Team Leader position to Jeanne Monson, hoping
she can stay on the right foot better than I did. I will my good looks to Kathi and Mike Flick,
knowing they will use them to their advantage. And my strong feelings for Danny Berry, I
will to him, knowing he will keep them always.
I, Robin Parry, being of sound mind and good health will half of my inferiority complex to
Jim Timm, and the other half to Bob Doane, hoping they both make good use of it. I will my
'46 Ford to anybody who is stupid, blind, and sucker enough to it. Iwill my superior
G. P. A. to Sandra Hanes and Carol Douglas, hoping it will pull their grades down to at least
a 3. 5.
I, Janet Hyde, will my A. S. B. Secretary-Treasurer position to Maggie Goss in hopes that
she can find more pens in that office that will write than I could! My grades, be they good or
bad, I will to Jon Kondra, hoping that with the aid of them, he won't have to spend the long,
long hours studying that I had to. The devilish half of my split personality, I will to Jim Timm
in hopes that he will use it to his advantage, as everyone knows I have to mine. The sweet,
kind, considerate half of my personality must go to Marcia Hyde and Sandra Johnson. Iknow they
can put it to very good use!
I, Larry Peha, will to Bill Tolonen, my ability to study for a Literature test in all other
classes without getting caught. To Marjorie, I will all my liberties of vim, extensively to
harass English rules and teachers. To the Student Body, I will the HOPE that they can bring
some of their sensible ideas into rules of the school. For they are the ones who have to live
in these conditions.
I, Janis Campbell, will my musical ability to Sharon Wormuth, knowing she'll fill my place,
my position in band to Wayne Gunderson, and my ability to have the phone in use constantly, I
will to Sharon Blunk.
I, Dave Herdrick, after twelve years of utter frustration, will my abnormal habits, so the
teachers call getting kicked out of class at least once a semester, to Sandra Johnson. To Bill
Tolonen, Iwill my ability to make Pontiac the outstanding car of the year, and to Dennis Williams
I will my motorcycle, so he can do sixty in the school halls.
The foregoing document was witnessed together on the twenty-fifth day of May in the year of
our Lord, nineteen hundred and sixty-two.
Daryl Halden Rochelle Flick Larry Peha
Cheryl Litt Robin Parry Janis Campbell
John Nansen Janet Hyde Dave Herdrick
Danny BGITY Margaret Goss Cheryl Douglas Jim Thnrn
President Vice President
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Mary Lou Gunderson
RSX Killer Ricky Peterson
Vice Pres. Pres.
Mike Flick Helene Herdrick
MarJor1e Kruger D1ana Rettkowskl
Sec . Treas .
Sharon Blunk 4 Marilynne Buddrius
Duffy Short Cheryl Harris
Rod Portch Edyth Glbson Jeanne Monson Sharon Campbell
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Jim Timm Howard Marcum Rod Portch
Halfback End Guard
Bill Pendell Ricky Peterson Duffy Short
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Dick Douglas Dick Hanes Jim Wilken
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Back Row: Mr. Moos, Susan Long, Sandra Evers, Mike Berry, Mark Klein, Mark Bogar,
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Neilson. Front Row: Nona Trapp, Diane Wormuth, Mary Lou O'Neil, Kitty Harden, Vicki
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