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The Almira High School
EDITOR ........... Bob Blunk
ASSISTANT EDITOR . . Becky Klein
SUPERINTENDE NT MATT STRAUSS
1965-66 has been a memorable
year. In time, this annual will come
to mean more and more as you look
back and recall some of those moments,
Your school has tried its best to give
each of you the best education possible
within its means. The rest is up to
My heartiest congratulations to Bob
Blunk and the entire staff of this year's
I have observed the endless hours of time
and effort you have devoted to bringing this
fine issue into being, Few realize the sac-
rifices in personal pleasures and interests
you have made in your determination to put
out a yearbook of which you and the entire
student body can be justly proud, You have
worked diligently in the true tradition of ex-
cellence for which Almira High School con-
May the quality of this 1966 Trojan pro-
vide lasting satisfaction and pride to all
those who have labored to bring it into
existenceg pleasure and enjoyment to the
students who will possess and cherish it and
an inspiration to all future yearbook staffs
who shall try to emulate it.
PRINCIPAL HOWARD LONG
STANDING: Dave Portch, Darlene Rosenberg, Elaine Williams, Marcia Dunham, Mr. Long. SITTING: Pete
Carstensen, A.S.B. Secretary, Marcia Hydeg A.S.B. President, Eric Longg A.S.B. Vice President, Susan
Zimmermang Becky Klein.
LEFT TO RIGHT: Vivian Johnson
Marcia Dunham, Marcia Hyde.
English 8-12, Social Studies,
Librziry, Play Director
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Lanny Evans Mrs. Lindhag Rose Lainaster
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Lanny Evans, Floyd Dixon, Leo Zimbehnan, Tracey Short, Ida Richardson, Nancy Zimmerman
Minor Wctzci, Francis Surprise, Katherine Dixon.
FLASH! This is Secret Agent 0066 reporting from F. B. 1. headquarters in Washington D. C. Operation G6 has proved succes-
ful. The missing class of sixty-six last seen 10 years ago receiving their diplomas June 3, 1966 has been found.
Case 4t1 Michael Shane Andersen
Found: Wandering around in a cow pasture south of Govan on his multi-million-dollar ranch. lIe's looking for his 55310, 000
Charolois Bull. And that's a lot of bull.
Case 42 Natalie Kay Campbell
Found: Beautifying America. Miss Campbell now heads the American Social Worker Foundation. Her latest assignment is
trying to convert one of America's most notorious slum districts in the nation. We wish her luck and success on this danger-
ous assignment in Wilbur, Washington.
Case W3 Linda Lou Clausen
Found: On the remote Island of Hari Kari. Linda is with the Peace Corps. She teaches the native children songs, dances,
and games. However, when it comes to dances it seems as though Linda is surprised to find the natives do the Watusi and
Frug just like they do back home.
Case 144 Marcia Kathleen Dunham
Found: Horsing around. Marcia is now the proud owner of 25, 000 horses on her 100, 000 acre ranch in Southern California.
She had won every trophy known to man. Still, when Marcia is not riding her favorite horse, Farfalla, she sits on her rock-
ing horse all day reading back issues of "Western Horseman. "
Case 4145 Marcia Ellen Hyde
Found: Standing on a dock in San Diego. Here Marcia waits impatiently for her husband, Admiral J. T. Hurley to return.
Actually when Marcia is not busy standing on the dock, she has become a notorious literary figure. Under her pen name,
Snydly Whiplash, she has bestowed another best seller entitled "Barnacles on the Brain. "
Case W6 Sandi Lee Johnson
Found: Receiving an Academy Award for her great dramatic accomplishments and best performance in "I Was A Teenage
Angel. " The famous Actress resides in seclusion in an exclusive beach shack at Big Cir where she is believed to be secretly
married to a long-haired guitar player.
Case 47 Vivian Marjorie Johnson
Found: Hiding in the broom closet of Blair General Hospital after being pursued by the New Interns. Vivian has just return-
ed from the war overseas after nursing the entire U. S. infantry back to health. After all, she has much experience in this
field after caring for the wounded and trampled during A. H. S. lunch hour many years ago.
Case 148 Larry Dormaier
Found: Stuck in the elevator on his way up to his penthouse in New York. It so happens Larry is one of America's leading
stockholders. Therefore we find Larry Dormaier to be a rich, eligible young bachelor who deliberately rigs thc elevators
of his apartment building. No one knows why.
Case 4149 Becky Klein
Found: Cutting out paper dolls. Becky, one of the country's leading Interior decorators and designers: has been chosen to
draw up plans for the remodeling of the White House. However, since the President and Becky disagreed on pink and red
flowered wallpaper for his bedroom, the rat threw up her arms and now takes to cutting out paper dolls. Also we find Becky
to be listening to the radio quite often.
Case 410 Sylvia Kremer
Found: Hiding in the same broom closet with Vivian. lt seems as though nurse Sylvia has been drag racing down the cor-
ridors of the Hospital with her patients in wheel chairs, and ran smack into the Superintendent of the Hospital. She'll have
to come out any minute now since she must tend to her patients and wheel chair racing.
Case itll Eric Long
Found: Wallcing along the beach of Waikiki. Ambitious Eric, long hair, long beard, barcfeet, guitar and all, combs the
sands for shells. One would almost regard this chap to be a first class beach bum. But do not despair! This is not the fate
of the Eric Long we once knew. Actually Eric is a Prof. of Political Science and only plays the Beach Bum role on weekends.
Case 1412 Elaine Williams
Found: Up in the air. Elaine hasn't set her feet on the ground for a long time since she's taken to the air. She flies over the
seven-seas and every corner of the world as a stewardess on the world's largest airline. Only once did she have to parachute
out over the Atlantic Ocean and swim home because she forgot her make up.
Case 4t13 Dwight Rettkowski
Found: In a state of shock. Dwight now is the President of General Electric and the most skilled electrician in the nation.
However, as always on the road to success, one must expect a few difficulties. lt seems Dwight was responsible for the coast
to coast blackout a few weeks back when he attempted to fix his 1nother's toaster.
Case 41114 Susan Zimmerman
Found: Walking her pet lion. Susan, fond of animals now heads the Society of Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Not only
does she walk her lion, she rides her pet zebra and kangaroo. Her chief goal is to tame all the animals in the world.
Case 41915 Robert McKay
Found: Pacing the floor of the maternity ward. Outside is parked their surplus school bus with McKay's Inc. written on it.
Bob and Char expect their fifth child. Soon they will return to the old homestead, as Bob calls, it, and live there happily
everafter raising their five children. frequested by Bob McKay. J
This is secret Agent 0066, "the case of the missing 15 has been closed. "
SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Elaine Williams, CoLu1cilRep.g Vivian Johnson, Secretary-Treasurer, Becky Klein, His-
toriang Sylvia Kremer, Vice Presidentg Larry Dormaier, President.
SUSAN LEE ZIMMERMAN
Solo and Ensemble Contest 2, 3, 45 Declarnation 33 Triple
Trio 1, 2, 3, 43 All State Chorus 45 Play 3, 45 Girls' State
35 Drill Team 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 2, 45 A. S. B. Vice President
43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Chorus 2g
Twirler 1, 2, 3, 4.
MARCIA ELLEN HYDE
A. S. B. Secretary - Treasurer 3, 49 Class Vice President
23 Band President 3, Chorus President 4g Honor Baud 1, 2
Cheerleader 4g Solo and Ensemble Contest 3, 49 Triple TI10
3, 4g Band 1, 2, 3, 49 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 49 Pep Club 1, 43 Drill
Team 1, 2g Play 3, 49 Declamation 19 Office 3, 4.
NATALIE CAMPBELL MICKEY ANDERSEN LINDA CLAUSEN
Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3, 4, Decla- Play 3, 49 Boys' State 33 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, Pep Club 2, 45 Chorus 49 Paper Staff 3 4
mation 23 Triple Trio 1, 2, 3, 49 Play 4g Car- Class President 35 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Basket-
nival Princess 15 Drill Team 1, 2, 49 Paper ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3,
Staff 35 Annual Staff 4g Girls' Basketball 1, 2,
3, 45 Honor Chorus 2, Twirler 1, 2, 3, 4.
Play 43 Lettermen's Club 1, 2, Class President
4, Band 1, 2g Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2.
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Declamation Contest 2, 4, Drill Team 2, 45 Play
3, 49 Pep Club 1, 4g Pep Club President 45 Ba.nd
1, 2, 3, 45 Freshman Representative lg Band Rep-
resentative 43 Chorus 4, Paper Staff 3, 43 As-
sistant Editor 45 Annual Staff 3, 43 Girls' Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Office 4g Drum Majorette 29 Music
Sight Reading Clinic 3.
DWIGHT RETTKOWSKI VIVIAN JOHNSON
Annual Staff 4s Declamation Contest 1, 25 Play Declamation Contest 2, Play 3, 4, Football 1, Class Secretary 1, 2, 3, 4, Honor Band 23 Solo
3, 45 Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 45 Drill Team 1, Pep 2, 4g Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 23 Chorus and Ensemble Contest 3, 4, Triple Trio 3, 4,
Club 2, 49 Class Representative 1g Chorus 1, 23 Lettermen's Club 1, 2. Declamation 2, Cheerleader 4g Drill Team 1,
23 Band 1, 25 Paper Editor 45 Paper Staff 4,
Girls' Basketball 1, 33 Honor Band 14 Honor
Chorus 13 Yell Queen 2, 4.
2g Pep Club 1, 4, Play 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4g
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Of
SYLVIA KREMER ERIC LONG
Play 3, 49 Prom Queen 45 Drill Team 45 Pep
Club 4g Vice President 45 Girls' Basketball 3, 4. Solo and Ensemble Contest lg Play 43 Junior
Prom King 4g A. S. B. Pres. 4g Chorus 25 Band
1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 4g Basketball 1, 25 Base-
ball 1, 23 Honor Band 2.
BE CKY KLEIN
Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3, 45 Declama-
tion 25 Triple Trio 1, 2, 3, 45 Play 35 Drill Lead-
er 4, Drill Team 1, 2, 45 Pep Club 1, 45 Chorus
Librarian 45 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 35 Paper
Staff 3, 45 Assistant ,Annual Editor 45 Annual
Stm 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Cho-
rus 25 Twirler 3, 45 Office 3.
Lettermen's Club 15 Class Pres. 15 Chorus 25
Paper Staff 45 Annual Staff 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45
Basketball 1, 3, 45 Awards in Sports 1, 2, 3, 45
Participation in play 3, 45 Baseball 1, 2.
Class Vice Pres. 35 Chorus 3, 45 Paper Staff 45
Annual Staff 45 Football 45 Basketball 45 Awards
in Sports 4.
Solo and Ensemble Contest 1, 2, 3, 45 Triple Trio
1, 2, 3, 45 Lincoln County Fair Princess 45 Home-
coming Princess 35 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Drill
Team 1, 25 Pep Club 1, 45 Class Representative
2, 45 Yell Queen 35 Band Secretary 45 Chorus 1, 2,
3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Paper Staff 3, 45 Annual Staff
3, 45 Girls' Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Honor Chorus
1, 25 Twirler 1, 2, 35 Sextet 3, 4.
September 1954 was the first day of school for Mickey Andersen, Bob Tolonen, Dwight Rettkowski, Eugene Scammon,
Don Piccicci, Gary Larson, Susan Zimmerman, Elaine Williams, Sandra Johnson, Marcia Dunham, Marcia IIyde,
Becky Klein, Vivian Johnson, Barbara Marcum, Gary Peterson, Chris Wilken, and Don E. Jones, We were seventeen
frightened first graders taught by Mrs. Colbert and the last half by Mrs. Surprise. At the end of the year Don Piccicci
and Gary Larson had left us.
The next fall Mike MacCallister and Kristen Knapp joined us in the second grade. We were taught by Mrs. Barry.
Mike MacCallister left us at the end of the year.
We were in the third grade now with Mrs. Wetzel as our teacher. Janette Scammon, Gary Schell, Brian Sienknecht,
and Eric Long were welcomed. Brian Sienknecht left us at the end of the year.
In the fall of 1957 there were twenty-four fourth graders, with Mr. Vowell as our teacher. Eddie Wormuth joined us
in the middle of the year. Chris Wilken and Gary Peterson left us at the end of the year.
We were blessed with no comings or goings in our fifth yew. Mr. Cummings was our great teacher.
With Mr. Cummings still our teacher in the sixth grade Don E. Jones and Gary Schell left us.
Seventh grade we acquired finally a new teacher--Mr. Sanders and Linda Clausen.
Our eighth year Larry Dormaier, Pat Bogar joined us and Pat left us in the middle of the year. Mr. Brown was our
We began our Freshman year by gaining Bill Jackson, and later on we welcomed Sam Pierce. Our advisor then was
Mr. Zenker. After a whale of a year we were ready to be Sophomorcs. Barbara Marcum left us this year.
Our Sophomore year blew seventeen sophomores through the doors of AHS. We began our car wash campaign of
"Anything on Wheels" and the dozens of colds following proved it. Bill Jackson was the class president. Mr. Marcolin
was our advisor.
We then found our Junior year staring us in the face. Eric Long was elected president but he decided to bid us
"aloha" and head for Hawaii. Thus Mickey Andersen gained probably the most nerve wracking position he has ever had.
We welcomed Sylvia Kremer into our fold of confusion. Eugene Scammon, once before a member of our establishment,
returned to add another head and personality to our fold. Mr. Marcolin, our tireless advisor, helped us through smother
drenching car wash, our prom, Camelot, and with the aid of Mrs. D. we laughed through a play.
Q year! ! l The class of 1966 has actually made it back through those good old doors. Bill Jackson has left us, Eric
surfed up our way again, and Eugene left us again. Larry Dormaier is president of fifteen diploma students. These
celebrating individuals are: Mickey Andersen, Natalie Campbell, Linda Clausen, Marcia Dunham, Larry Dormaier,
Marcia Hyde, Becky Klein, Sandra Johnson, Vivian Johnson, Sylvia Kremer, Dwight Rettkowski, Bob McKay, Eric Long
Elaine Williams, and Susan Zimmerman. lt's been great, but we have to go.
We, the Senior Class of 1966, being of sound mind and body, do, hereby proclaim this document to be our last will
and testament, and that we herein do declare our heirs--that, being the lower classes--to the property named herein.
I, MICKEY ANDERSEN, being of somewhat sound mind and body, do hereby will my football ability tif anyj to Dave
Portch so he can walk over people for a change. I will the ability to drive around, cause trouble, fespecially with Mrs.
D. J to Chris N. and Bob B. because with practice they will be as good as I was. All my other great talents, assets,
and faults, I will to any person crazy enough to latch on them.
I, NAT CAMPBELL, hoping I am of sotmd mind, will my ability to get into trouble and never get out of it to my sister,
Chris. To Jim D. I give my excellent study habits in Geometry class, knowing that he will use them to the best of his
ability. Since my place at Buffalo will be missed, I give it to Connie Klee in hopes that she will help Mary Kay and
Christine with the Seaweed. I'd give my job at the Drugstore to Debbie E. , but she'd probably rather have something
else and I don't got nothing left. I also will that last sentence to the English Department.
I, LINDA CLAUSEN, will Barbara Marcum my ability not to get in so much trouble when she is a senior.
I, LARRY DORMAIER, will my never-failing ability to always be in trouble fand numerous other such traits and
charactcristicsy to anyone who wants to get a notorious bang out of life. Also herein bequeathed to Mr. Robert Blunk
is my senior class presidency in hopes that he will be a noble servant of his classg a class in desperate need of a
leader of such attitude and achievement. Knowing she wants them, I do finally herein bequeath the remains, all my
too few attributes and achievements, to Judy, Judy Bach of course.
I, MARCIA DUNHAM, being of sound body and not much mind, will my art to aggravate Mrs. D. , falias my motherj
to my brothers, Doug and Jim. I know they are capable of sheer frustration. My nose for trouble I will to Kay W. and
Nancy W. Someone has to keep A. H. S. hoppin'. My lousy memory, I will to anyone who will take it, Qpleasejl To
Susie Long I will my art for playing off key in band. She can put it to fabulous use. Everything else I'm taking with me.
I, MARCIA HYDE, will the glorious times I have had in band and chorus to Susie Long, and my position as Student
Body Secretary to anyone who likes to count money. I will to Kay White my ability to do everything I'm not suppos ed to
do and go everywhere I' m supposed to go without anybody finding out.
I, SANDI JOHNSON, after 12 years of utter frustration will my weekly visit to the office for the last 4 years to James
Alfred Dunham, knowing he'll keep my old corner occupied. To Chris N. I will my ability to get caught since he
never does. My emotional stability goes to none other than Dave M. --along with my great dramatic soliloquies to Mrs.
D. To Bob B. and Chris Neilsen I will the fond memories of our happy threesome 7th period, if we could ever sit to-
gether long enough without getting moved, And last but not least I will one large can of green spray paint to Hartline.
I, VIVIAN JOHNSON, being of unstable mind, will my constant ability to talk too much fespecially in classy to Molly
Kramer in the high hopes that she will put it to better use. My exacting talent for chemistry experiments to Bob B.
And lastly my extremely cheerful personality to Mrs. D. because she'll need it with next year's seniors.
I, BECKY KLEIN, being not of sound mind, but insane, will my ability to talk my way out of messy situations to my
dear, adorable brother, Mark! I know that if he keeps up at this pace, he's going to need it. I will my ability to be
forever late to History class, to my loyal friend Kay W. She will also be blessed with my ability to spill sulphuric acid
on everyone and everything, if--she decides to make chemistry her ambition. I also will my ability and talent of grow-
ing up during chorus to Dave Portch and Susie Long. To Gary Bishop I leave and bestow the name "Gary B. "--with a
name like that everyone will know he's --! And last I leave my locker remains to Lanny--he's picked them up enough!
I, SYLVIA KREMER, in a fit of unselfishness do hereby will one more year of fun to our beloved Juniors. To Kay W.
and Nancy W. , I leave many memories, and to Kay my talent for always being caught in the middle of everyone's week-
ly fights. To anyone who wants it--I give my peculiar sense of humor, and the ability to find something funny in any
kind of situation.
I, ROBERT McKAY, will my great driving habits, ability to be in trouble all the time, and skill of getting to Wilbur
to my blood brother, James Alfred Dunham. And seeing as how I don't have any other friends, I'll take the rest of my
talents with me.
I, ERIC LONG, being of lousy body and corrupt mind, will my ability to frustrate band teachers to Curt Z. , my
car f?J to Doug Kremer, my exceptional study habits to Bob B. , and last but not least, I will a free one -way ticket to
Hawaii to myself.
I, DWIGHT RETTKOWSKI, will my excellent study habits to Bob B. , my superior athletic ability to Mark K. , and
the remains to Mrs. D. knowing she will love to have them.
I, ELAINE WILLIAMS, hoping I am of sound mind, will my cheerleading position to anyone who gets it, in hopes that
they have as much fun as I did. To Chris N. , I will my ability to get my Geometry assignment done on time, hoping he
will do a better job. To Susie L. , I will my positions to Triple Trio and Sextet in hopes that she will keep the altos go-
ing. Overpowering the lst a.nd 2nd sopranos doesn't count. With my many moods, during Typing II, I will my tremen-
dous ability to smile to Doug Dunham who will always keep smiling. If there is anything else left, I give it to the rest
of the students of A. H. S.
I, SUSAN ZIMMERMAN, will my studious camouflage to my brother Pat with hopes that it will help in keeping him
out of trouble. I will my ability to foul-out in basketball before the game is over to Debbie Evers, fas if she needed ity.
And to Chris Campbell, I will my long hair, just for euriosity's sake.
The foregoing document was witnessed together, signed and sealed on this 12Qi day of May, in the year of our Lord,
nineteen hundred and sixty-six.
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4--Basketball--Hartline at Almira
Sadie Hawkins Dance
10--Basketball--Grand Coulee at Almira
11--Basketball--Almira at Wilson Creek
17 --Basketball--Almira at Harrington
18--Basketball--Wilson Creek at Almira
21--Girls' Basketball--Almira at Wilbur
22--Basketball--Wilbur at Almira
3--School begins after Christmas vacation
7 --Basketball--Creston at Almira
8--Basketball--Almira at Davenport
15--Basketball--Odessa at Almira
17--Girls' Basketball--Almira at Hartline
21--Basketball--Almira at Grand Coulee
22--Basketball--Harrington at Almira
28--Basketball--Almira at Wilbur
29--Basketball--Almira at Creston
31--Gir1's Basketball-Hartline at Almira
4--Basketball--Davenport at Almira
8--Basketball--Almira at Hartline
11--Basketball--Almira at Odessa
14--Girls' Basketball--Wilbur at Almira
18-19--Bi-County Basketball Playoffs
22--Vac ation--Washington's birthday
4--National Assembly--Musical Program
19--Bi-County Solo and Ensemble Contest
Sophomore Tolo Dance
4-8--Inland Empire Spring Vacation
12--Big Bend Career Day
7--Freshman Car Wash
9--Senior Girls Tea by the Wash.
17--National School Assembly--Space
25 --Student Body Elections
4--Junior Steak Fry
Sophomore Car Wash
7 --School Picnic
8--Last Day of School
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