Anaconda High School - Big Stack Yearbook (Anaconda, MT)

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MOISTEN GLUE AND 3=H£K IN BACK OF YEARBOOK - INSIDE OF COVER - LET BOOK BE SURE GLUE IS MOISTENED EVENLY1961 BIG STACK CONTENTS DEDICATION ............. 2 GREETINGS .............. 3 ADMINISTRATION ......... 5 SENIORS ................ 13 JUNIORS ................ 41 SOPHOMORES .............49 CLASSROOMS ............. 57 SPORTS ................. 67 ACTIVITIES ............. 81 ADVERTISERS ........... 104 PUBLISHED BY JOURNALISM CLASS ANACONDA HIGH SCHOOL ANACONDA, MONTANA CLAUDIA MONACO, BUSINESS MANAGER, WELCOMES YOU.DEDICATION THERE ARE FEW THINGS OUTSIDE THE REALM OF HOME AND FAMILY THAT MOST PEOPLE VALUE AS MUCH AS THEY DO THEIR "HOME TOWN." THESE MUCH LOVED PLACES RANGE IN SIZE FROM METROPOLITAN CITIES TO RUSTIC HAMLETS, BUT TO ALL NATIVE SONS AND DAUGHTERS, EACH HAS ONE THING IN COMMON; IT IS A "HOME TOWN." INDEED, THE SUBJECT OF HOME TOWNS IS NOT NEW. SONGS ARE SUNG OF THEM; PICTURES ARE PAINTED OF THEM; POEMS AND BOOKS ARE WRITTEN OF THEM. BUT FROM US, TO OUR "HOME TOWN," WHERE WE HAVE LIVED AND HAVE GAINED EDUCATION WITH WHICH TO FACE OUR FUTURE LIVES, WE DEDICATE THIS ANNUAL, THE 1961 BIG STACK.FROM THE EDITOR GREETINGS: It is the sincere wish of my staff and me that we have portrayed well the school year: classrooms, organizations, athletics, dances, special events, and most important of all, the students and the administration. To depict the activities of the entire school year, we chose a summer delivery date—we hope the students of A.H.S. find this satisfactory. We hope as you turn the pages again and again this 1961 BIG STACK will recall for each of you those moments in school which will become cherished memories in the years ahead. Sincerely, 3PUh l: Cl4udis Mon®co' J«" S|o«n, Carolyn Walters, Susie Liestiko, Joan Ruckwardt. Row 2: Nancy Platt. Jim Johnston, Sandee VanDeventer. Dick Linzey, Janet Ritschel. Mr. Eccleston, Advisor. Co-Editor Co-Editor Janet Ritschel Dick LinzeySecondary education seeks to prepare our youth for assuming the privileges and responsibilities of citizenship and for leading a meaningful and worth while life. It is our hope that Anaconda High has fulfilled this obligation so that your future may be a happy and prosperous one. To the members of the Class of 1961, I extend my whole hearted congratu- lations and best wishes. M. F. O'Leary Principal M. F. O’Leary Superintendent J, E. Gardner Members of the Senior Class, the aim of the school has been this: Give you a knowledge of how to best use your basic talents. We have tried to cultivate each one's abilities so that he can wisely choose a job and career that will please him and be a credit to his school, his community and his country. We hope that every lesson taught has helped develop your abilities and potentialities for personal growth and social usefulness. Your age will demand top achieve- ment—to the limit of your capacities. We pwe it to ourselves and to the tradi- tions of our great nation. Rocket to the moon, if you choose to do so, but do something very well. J. E. GardnerRow I: Joe Sladich. Clyde Eccleston. Carmen; Clint Herdtle. Luke McKeon. Row 2: .Frenk Rooney, Robert Mehrens, John Petlin, John Aspholm, John Dowdell. SCHOOL BOARD Herb Swanson ClerkMr. Charles Anderson English, Debate Mr. Robert Aspholm Shop Miss Marguerite Brisbin Shorthand, Typing Mr. Jay Burchak Band FACULTY Sponsored by Anaconda Co. Mr. John Cheek Physical Education Mr. John Doohan Mr. Marva Eccleston Senior English Junior English World HistoryMr. Clark Doran Geometry Miss Margaret Durkin Miss Sally Harris Miss Eleanor Ivankovich French, Spanish English Librarian FACULTY Sponsored by Finnegan's Mr. Raymond Knodel Algebra Miss Bette Lowery Physical Education Miss Ruby MacDonell EnglishMiss Margaret Ann Mr. Mike McMahon Mr. Richard Merely Mr. Earl Phares Mahoney Art Chorus Biology U. S. History, Latin FACULTY Sponsored by People's Finance Crystal Creamery Miss Roseanne Roe American Problems Mr. William Sagin Psychology, Sociology, Guidance Mr. John Stergar Biology, Mechanical Miss Ethel Thompson Typing, BookkeepingMiss Gerstenberger Home Economics Mr. Raymond Wadsworth Chemistry, Algebra Mr. Charles Williams U. S. History Mr. Joseph Wolpart Physics, College Algebra, Trigonometry FACULTY Sponsored by MacIntyres Sugrue Bottling Co. Mrs. Marilyn Hansen Senior High Secretary Miss Elaine Ellingston Secretary School District No. 10Carolyn Stanley Nurse, Mrs. Reardon Sponsored by: Anaconda Auto Dealers, Deer Lodge County Bar Assc. Janitresses: Mrs. Strizich, Mrs. Dunn, and Mrs. Kelly. |y|r £| sfromSENIORS SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS—Top to Bottom: Jim Furaus, President: Claudia Monaco, Secretary: Bob Kunkel, Vice President. Sponsored by: Intermountain 13LOIS ARLENE ANDERSON "Andy", has been very active in F.H.A., Thes- pians, Chess Club, and Pep Club. "Smoke Gets In Your Eyes" and The Kingston Trio are tops with her. Chinese food or spa- ghetti rate high with her . . . plans on being a teacher. WILLIAM ALLIN ARENSMEYER Always arguing or huni ing, "Force" plans to take a pre-religion course at the Pacific Lutheran Uni- versity to become a min- ister. The Band and Science Club, are his main activities. Steak with spuds is a favorite dinner. Sponsored by: Anaconda Drug Jackson Studio Lake Finance Marie's Dress Shop ELIZABETH MARIE BAKKEBY Bette", who is in the Bowling Club, waits for the week-ends and holi- days. The Kinman Business College is her next stop. Spaghetti is a favorite dish . . . Elvis is a hit with her any time. BARBARA ESTELLA AUNE "Bart", who hates to get up early, likes to ride horses. Johnny Horton singing "North to Alaska" is her top hit. She has been active in chorus for the past four years. She is in French Club also. RICHARD ALLEN AUNE Well-liked by all his friends, "Dick" is either working on cars or lancing . . . say "North to Alaska" rates high as his favorite . . . was an active mem- ber in track, Pep Club, and Tumbling Team . . . hopes to join the Navy. ANNETTE BARKOVICH Sweet and sincere is Annie. Being Rodeo Prin- cess of I960 is one of her fondest memories. Johnny Horton and the song "North to Alaska" really rates with this miss. The white uniform of a nurse awaits her and then mar- riage.FRANK BIZJACK "Biz", who likes to live dangerous, will be a car- penter someday. He will always remember our bas- ketball -tournaments. He picks Johnny Horton sing- ing "North to Alaska" as his top hit. Any American dish or steak rates high. BRUCE E. BLATTNER "Pearhead", a football player, is in the Paddle Club. He is the Sergeant at arms in the "A" Club and also was in the Stu- dent Council last year. A hit with him is beef steak. His plans are college and to move to Alaska. HARRY GLEN BOLSTER Glen, past member of the Social Science Club and the Communism Panel, enjoys photography and reading. Ernie Ford and "Ebony Eyes" rate high with this lad. Glen, who attended Montana Boys' State, plans on at- tending college. SHIRLEY ANN BOSCH Known as "Skippy" to her friends, she has been enthused over band throughout her high school years. Also she is a sup- porter of Pep Club and G.A.A. She will always re- member the fun she has had at A.H.S. JUDY BELLE BEATTIE Friendly and cute, Judy is active in Pep Club and is Secretary of her home- room. Her favorite song is "Many Many Tears Ago", sung by Connie Francis. Pizza rates high with her .. . plans on getting a job after graduation. MARTA ELAINE BIERI "Mart", a transfer here as a sophomore, is an ac- tive member of the Pep Club, Thespians and Science Club. Cheerful and ready for some fun, Marta thinks that Doris Day's singing is really fab- ulous. Her ambition is to become a teacher. Sponsored by: Ossello's Anaconda Insurance Agency Brown's Auto Parts Bill’s Drive InnALBERT CHARLES BROWN Tall and athletic, hand- some and courteous, best describes our first string basketball and football player. Anyone late for Key Club knows Ace's of- fice. Dislikes slow drivers, but likes chop suey and dancing . . . anytime. AARON O. BUCHOLZ Good-humored and well-liked, "Buies’1 was in chorus for two years. Marty Robins apd "North to Alaska" are tops for him . . . picks hunting and steak as his favorites. To hit the wrong key in typ- ing makes him angry. GENE A. BOSCHEE Gene, senior prexy of chorus, likes memories of Silver and Blue Choraliers and plans Navy duty seek- ing blue and white, chick- en dinners, and bowling money. Peeved at English 12, he favors Johnny Horton. WILMA V. BURKE As a member of the Pep Club, Science Club, Physics Club, Chess Club, Thespians, Gun Club, Aqua Team, and Spanish Club, Wilma enjoys sew- ing or swimming . . . likes to eat steak and french fries . . . hopes to go to college. WANDA BOWEN Among the memories Wanda will have of Ana- conda Hi are the Junior Prom, Art Class and Cho- rus. "Sink The Bismark" is her favorite song . . . Her extra time is spent draw- ing and she prefers eat- ing spaghetti. Sponsored by: Phillip's Sheet Metal Brinton's Shop Bluebird Gift Shop Parle Motor ART CAMBELL Fabian heads Art’s list of popular singers and "Love That Tiger" is tops with him. He also plans to go to the service when he gets out of high school. Spaghetti is tops with him. 6 PATTI ELAINE CAMPBELL Active in G.A.A. Pep Club, Spanish Club, Tum- bling Team, Bowling, and Twirling, Patti has been on the honor roll. She likes to eat spaghetti and water ski . . . hopes to attend business college after cap and gown day.BONNIE CARLASCIO One of our peppy cheerleaders, Midnight can usually be found writ- ing letters. This popular gal was Junior Class sec- retary, president of 'Pep Club and secretary of Sweater Club. Future plans include beautician school. MARILYN ROSE CASEY Marilyn, otherwise known as "Case", is one of the most active band members. An all state band member, she was an assistant drum major in her senior year. Four years have seen her name on the honor roll. Her future is uncertain. MARGARET ANN CASEY Margie, an active Pep Club member, likes to ride around town in a black and white Chrysler with someone special . . . says lavender is her favorite color . . . enjoys eating steak and plans on getting a job after graduation. Sponsored by: Blattner Plumbing Louis Cohn Co. Inc. Christies' Flowers Thompson's Rambler JAMES W. CLARK Jim rating his biggest honor as acceptance into the navy, was chorus prop- erty manager. He likes skiing and fishing, chili, and the song "A Thousand Stars" by Kathy Young as opposed to his pet peeve, warm weather in winter. PAUL CHRISTIANSEN Key Club treasurer and the Vice President of the Student Council is Paul. An A-Club and Science Club member, he also is on the ski-team and a boy- stater. Upon graduation, he hopes to find himself walking on a college cam- pus. VERNA LEE CLARK Just yell Verna to have this pert, active new Sen- ior girl come running. "A Thousand Stars", black, steaks, and dancing rate on top with her anytime. An honor roll student for three years, she views marriage in the future. GENE F. CLARK "Gene", who plans to get a job or to join the service, likes all sports . . . picks Johnny Horton sing- ing "North to Alaska" as a favorite. A turkey dinner rates high with him any time. He's a transfer from Anaconda Central.EDDIE C. CUTLER Quite active in sports "Northy" took part in football, track and boxing. In college Ed will be watching for a girl wear- ing a sky blue pink colored dress and eating steak, Ed’s favorite. KAREN ANN COLWELL Quiet and polite is Karen, former keeper of the funds for F.H.A. . . . can be found bowling or sewing and listening to Carol Young. She finds homework very annoying. Next year will find her at Dillon preparing for a teaching career. PATRICK J. CONNORS Always smiling and full of fun, "Pat" likes cruising the drag as his pastime. He has been in many ac- tivities which include al- most all the sports. He re- ceived a letter in Basket- ball. Parties are his favor- ite activity. KATHERYN R. COMBS Friendly and cute, Kathy's interests are Pep Club and Chorus of which she is Secretary. Also she was on the student patrol. She plans on going to beauty school in the fu- ture. Her. fond memories are singing in Chorus. Sponsored by: Wayne's Floor Covering Copper City Electric Henne Products Saltenberger Plumbing GEORGIA A. CORNISH Here is a person who is cheerful and smiling. The one thing that Georgia doesn't care for is gossip- ing. Georgia has been ac- tive in Chorus and Clubs. She enjoys listening to re- cordings by Jimmy Clan- ton. STAN CYR Ted will remember al- ways his school years and all of the cars he "work- ed" on. Ted likes to listen to records, especially to those of Johnny Cash. He also likes a hamburger with onions. His favorite color is red. KEITH MIKE CRUM Known as Mike to all students, he has been ac- tive in sports and many clubs. After high school Mike plans to get married. During his leisure time Mike enjoys eating, sleep- ing, fishing and hunting. Picture Not AvailableTHOMAS R. DeMAROIS "Human" was very ac- tive in sports. As a fairly quiet student Tom didn’t cause the teachers too much grief. Following the basketbal Iteam produced some exciting times for Tom even though his car has given him trouble. JUDY DAUM A popular girl, Judy was Amateur Queen her freshman year. She was active in Pep Club G.A.A. After high school Judy plans to marry. Looking back Judy will especially remember her freshman year Sponsored by: BuHe Business College Carpenter's Union Butfrey's Eli's FRANK J. DEVINE Frank will always re- member the forms he neglected to fill out. We can find Frank with the bowling team or on the ski hill, when the snow is deep enough. RICHARD D. DANIELS Bowling, hunting, fish- ing, and swimming are Dick's activities, along with belonging to many clubs. Fond memories for Dick are the Junior Prom along with the other for- mal dances. DERROLD L. DORLOQUE Derry remembers the homework he neglected to do. After school Derry plans on going to the Navy where he hopes they will serve Pizza Pie and steak. Ping Pong takes Derry's mind off the song "Psycho" which "bugs" JAMES M. DEVICH Known as "Jemo" to his close friends, he has been active in all sports. His favorite food is steak. Aft- er high school Jim plans to attend college. Jim enjoys to study when he can find time. Picture Not AvailableDELORES A. DuMONTHIER Dorsie transferred from Central in '58. Dorsie plans to go on to school before getting married. Memo- ries of high school include initiation into band and dissecting frogs. She will also remember the Junior Prom. MARIE DuMONTHIER Marie, who is very quiet, transferred from Central. Marie doesn’t care for teasing from her sister. After high school, Marie plans to attend col- lege, before getting mar- ried. RONALD J. EDWARDS Ron transferred his soph- omore year from Central. He can recall his year as a Junior and the Junior Prom. Ron will also remem- ber some teachers who hold grudges. After leav- ing A.H.S. Ron plans to get a job or join the Army. ROBERTA LEE EMMETT This cute lass has a ready smile for all. ’ Berta" has contributed to the Usherettes, Aqua Team, Pep Club, Student Coun- cil and G.A.A. An active band member, she is their secretary. In the fall, she will find herself as a co-ed. ROBERT C. DRIGGS "Beaver" remembers being a student 9, 10, II, 12. Most of his time is spent keeping dirt off his Hondouras maroon col- ored car and gas in the tank. Bob is planning to become a carpenter or perhaps a draftsman. Sponsored by: Sears Roebuck Ray's Body Shop S. N. Construction Williams Camera Shop WAYNE VERNON ESTES Active and full of zeal is Wayne, better known as Crisco. Wayne has al- ways been known as the sports highlight of A.H.S. He can make friends wherever he goes. Wayne will always remember his high school days and sports. DOUGLAS ARTHUR FERKIN Doug has made many friends at A.H.S. with his fine personality. Doug’s pet peeve is too much homework. He is planning on taking up Engineering at Bozeman, Airforce, and then live ir Florida, Cali- fornia, and Hawaii.LORENA ANN GARVEY "Renie" could be des- cribed as quiet and con- siderate of others. She has participated in many ac- tivities and has been on the Honor Roll twice. Lorena's fond memories are the Senior Reception, Junior Prom, and High School Days. JAMES P. FURAUS Jim or Snuffy as most seniors call him is a popu- lar fellow at school. Jim is the Key Club President, Senior class President, a member of "A" Club, and an all around athlete. In the future, Jim plans to at- tend college. LEONARD S. GAGNON Leonard, otherwise known as Sandy, is very quiet but active, and is extremely interested in rodeos. In the line of ac- tivities, Sandy is in foot- ball, track, and clubs. His fond memory will be of the National High School Rodeo. JOHN CHARLES GEE Short and astute would describe Mickey, better known as "Pud." He has been very active in the last two years at A.H.S. He has taken part in many different clubs, track, bas- ketball, football, and is his homeroom president. PAULETTE F. FRAZER Always debonair and fun to be with, best des- cribes "Polly", as she is referred to by her friends. Paulette will always have fond memories of her chorus activities and all the pitch-ins. Her future plans are college. WAYNE J. FREDRICKSEN "Champ" is cheerful, full of fun, and friendly. Having to be quiet in study hall is first among Wayne's pet peeves. He is in the Junior Rifle Club and football. Wayne plans to go to Montana State College. Sponsored by: Marcotte Electric Deane Kleinhans Anaconda Office Supply Electric UnionDIANA MARIE GLYNN Peppy, and full of fun is Diana. She has been very active during her stay at A.H.S. Her pastime is riding in a 1959 black Chevy Impala with a "Red Head." Di's fond mem- ories at A.H.S. have been the bowling team, G.A.A. and tumbling. PATRICK GORMLEY "Tiger", as he is refer- red to by his many friends, was transferred from Butte High School to A.H.S. in 1958. Pat belongs to the Science Club, Chess Cub, and won second place in a writing contest while in the tenth grade. DOROTHY J. GUSTAFSON "Gus" has been very active in many clubs in school. Johnny Cash is on her list of popular singers. Jean has made the honor roll 9 and 11. One of her fond memories is the I960 tournamment. French fries with gravy are tops with her. NANCY H. HALVERSON "Nan" has been in a great many clubs and ac- tivities in high school. Col- lege is in her future. She has scored 3rd place in the Wake Up and Read Contest. Talking on the phone is her pastime. Honor roll 10, II, 12. 22 CHARLES LEE GESSELE Fishing, hunting, camp- ing and loafing are Charlie's favorite pas- times . . . doesn't care for moody people . . . says that Johnny Horton sing- ing "North to Alaska" rates high . •. . hopes to join the service, and con- tinue his schooling. RONALD JAMES GLOVAN Ron is referred to by his friends as R. C. He lives the outdoors and is especially fond of hunting and fishing. Ronnie's fond memories of A.H.S. are all the good times that he had. He is planning on go- ing to college. TOM GREENOUGH Tom, active in Basket- ball and all other school activities, will be remem- bered by all as quiet and sincere. He was president of his home room his Jun- ior year. As his fondest memory, Tom lists all A.H.S. basketball games. Sponsored by: Rosenberg's Duvel-Wallace Gimble Lumber Central MotorsSHARON HANSEN The basketball tourna- ments in Butte will be re- membered by Sharon all her life. She has been ac- tive in the high school student council. She made the honor roll 9, 10, II. The future is college. MYRA JEAN HANSON "Blondie" has a quick smile for every one. Lasag- na is Myra's favorite food any time. She was honored by being head usherette at the basketball games She has been active in many clubs in high school. LYLE LEON HINMAN "Red'' will always re- member the fun he had at school and at the dances. Military service or college is in Lyle's future. The teachers without a sense of humor are on his black list. Red has a quick smile. WILMA JEAN HARRIS "Willy" plans to be- come a secretary when she has finished school. She has been a twirler. Willy enjoys dancing or sewing any time. The Amateur hour of 1957 is part of her forever. Frankie Avalon is her favorite singing star. Sponsored by: Builders Supply Stegg's Coldwater's Gamble's SHARON LYNE HARWOOD Going places and meet- ing people is her favorite pastime. She has made the honor roll 9 times in school. She will always re- member Oklahoma and the tournaments in her school years. Steak is tops with Sharon. JACK ALBEE HOLSTROM "Ears" sparkling person- ality has been a joy in Chess Club, Key Cub, and Science Club. He has al- so been Vice President of home room 210. He also attended Key Club In- ternational. Physics Club. PAUL MICKEY HEANEY "Tick" is active in all sports in school and Span- ish Club. He frowns on girls that smoke. College is in the future for him. In his spare time he en- joys fishing. State track meets are part of him for- ever.DIANE JEAN HUGHES "Dl" has a good per- sonality to all people. She has been in many clubs during her high school days. Being a hair dresser is her future plan. Spa- ghetti and Pizza are her favorite food. She enjoys dances. RUSSELL HUGHES Sports are the tops on Seggie's list of popularity. Girls and Fats Domino records are his favorite pastime. On his friendship list the teachers do not place. The football trips will be remembered al- ways. JOHN FARRELL JESSEN "Jess" enjoys working on his car anytime. The navy is in his future plans. Turkey and steak rank very high on his list of good food. The Gun Club has taken up much of his time. Fabian is tops with him. 74 DIANE JO JOHNSTON Short, sweet and quiet. "Dl" is a member of the Student Council, Pep Club, Science Club, and G.A.A. Has been on the honor roll . . . doesn't like school . . . classifies sports and reading as favorite pastime. She plans on be- coming a nurse. ELEANOR ANN HOWARD Horseback riding is her favorite pastime. Steak and mushrooms for her. Pep Club and French Club have taken a good deal of Eleanor's time. In the future, teaching or com- mercial art has been scheduled. LARRY HUFF Attending a trade school to become a gun- smith is his future. Teach- ers do not rank on his list of popularity. Larry en- joys eating a steak any- time he has a chance. Hunting and fishing are Larry's pastime. Sponsored by: Schwartz's Monahan Cleaners Golden West Dairy Fischer's ROSE MARY KALCSO Fried chicken and blue top "Rosie's" list of favor- ites. She will always look back on the I960 F.H.A. dance ... is a member of Science Club, F.H.A. and ep Club . . . hates to hear someone crack gum . . . has no future plans. JAMES JOHNSTON Jim, active in Key Club, Key Club International, and Chess Club, likes to golf and water ski . . . classified green and black as his favorite colors . . . says it was an honor to play at the Senior Recep- tion . . . plans on going to college. JAMES F. KANDUCH Jim, as his classmates call him, usually can be found watching television . . . classifies chicken as his favorite food . . . en- joys the song "North to Alaska" sung by Johnny Horton ... his plans are to become a good ranch- er. BOYD E. KEELE Always ready for a good time is Boyd . . . can be found working on his car or skiing. Nothing is more annoying to him than listening to girls cracking their gum. He enjoys hearing "North to Alaska" when it is being sung by Johnny Horton. MARY ANN JORDAN "Are You Lonesome To- night" rates highest on Mary Ann's list of favor- ites. Her activities include band, Pep Club, G.A.A., Spanish Club and Bowling. She plans on going to business college in Butte to become a secretary. Sponsored by: Earl's Cleaners Cedar Parle Lanes Marchion Hardware Plumb's Furniture DONNA J. KEMPER "Don” will always re- member her two enjoy- able weeks at Gunnison Music Camp in Colorado. She is head majorette of the twirling corps. . . won third place in Canada's Twirling and Music Fest- ival . . . plans on going to beauty school. JANE S. KEMPER "Kemp", a lover of Spanish rice, will remem- ber her high school days and the Senior Reception . . . is a twirler, Science Club member and former pom-pom leader . . . likes to read and plans on be- coming a teacher after graduation.VANDELYN MARIE KIRKEBY "Van" is active in Pep Club, Sweater Club, G.A.A., Aqua Team, and Ski Club . . . has made the honor roll every year . . . says shorthand tops her list of pet peeves . . . enjoys ice cream, skiing, and swimming . . . plans on going to college. RAY G. KRISKOVICH ROBERT W. KUNKEL "Ray", as his classmates call him, says his favorite song is "North to Alaska" sung by his favorite singer, Johnny Horton. He classi- fies spaghetti, and green as really great . . . likes to swim . . . plans on getting a job after graduation. Well liked by the stu- dent body "Kunk" was one of the nominees to the Air Force Academy, Vice President of the senior class, and has held num- erous offices all through high school. In the future he plans to attend college. 26 DAVID M. KETTNER Fried oysters and snails top Dave's catalog of favorites. He is very ac- tive in band and many school clubs . . . enjoys studying amateur radio . . . has gone to Boys' State and District and State Music Festival . . plans on college. ETHEL EILLEEN KOENIG Ethel, interested in most all activities, participated in Chorus, Pep Club and Thespians. She has made the honor roll every year . . . likes to eat Spaghetti, bowl, and toboggan . . . plans on going to business college. JOHN ROBERT KENNY Hardworking "J a c k' claims his pet peeve is the cost of living ... is con- tent eating steak or skiing . . . he still gets a buzz when recalling the summer of I960 . . . after cap and gown day, he'll most like- ly be found in the Navy. Sponsored by: Sullivan Frank West Side Grocery Collins Roofing Schmidt’s Plumbing 4SANDRA L. LEISTIKO Rip-roaring "Sam" is al- ways on the go. Was an active member of the Pep Club, Ski Club and Chor- us ... is content when listening to "1000 Stars" and eating. Her future plans definitely include college. LAWRENCE LESTER "Les" is extremely well liked and always on the go . . . can do without girls who smoke. Elvis Presley is his favorite recording star . . . "Today's Tear- drops" his favorite song. After graduation Les will be part of the Navy. DEXTER A. LEONARD Quiet and reserved "Dex" is tops among his friends... still gets a buzz when recalling the "Fabu- lous Frosh". His greatest thrill was being able to attend Boys’ State. The fu- ture will certainly include Halls of Higher learning. GEORGE A. LAKE Active in Student Coun- cil, A Club, Paddle Club, football, and track, the "Boy Scout" likes to work, dance, eat breaded veal cutlets, and play various sports. He is going to at- tend M.S.C. and major in Civil Engineering. VELMA A. LAIPPLE "Indiana Waltz" is tops with "Vel" who has been active in Pep Club and Band. Fond memories in- clude her high school days and the tournament of I960. Going dancing or swimming is always a bar- rel of fun for her. Sponsored by: Quick Carter Service Granite Realty Parkway Distributors Niven Battery Shop SUSAN KAY LEISTIKO Fun loving "Susie" has lent her talents to the Chorus and Twirling Corps. Harry Belafonte ranks high on her list of singers. She can do with- out people who yell all the time. Marriage and perhaps college are in store for this lass.RICHARD J. LINZEY A Co-editor of the "Copper Glow", Scoop is everybody's friend ... he has lent his talents to Journalism for the past three years ... he wishes that the days were just a little longer. Future plans for him include a higher education. JOHN FREDERICK LOGAN Serious, efficient John holds many honors. In ad- dition to being an "A" student, he donates time to Chess Club, Key Club, Debate and Social Prob- lems Club ... Future plans for John will include col- lege for sure. ROGER DENNIS LOFING Tall, amiable, and quiet describes Roger, who thinks sauerkraut is real food . . . says he likes to listen to records, especial- ly "Last Date" . . . will always look back on his pre school years. . . plans on going to M.S.C. Sponsored by: Roach Smith's Emil Marans Robert's Jewelry Central Meat Market PAULETTE ANN McCALLUM A very active band member 1 Paula" donates time to the Pep Club . . . can be found riding her horse . . . Brenda lee and Fabian are her favorite singers. After cap and gown day she is planning on joining the Air Force. CHARLES E. LUJAN Listening to Elvis Pres- ley sing or chewing on a big juicy steak is agree- able with "Louie". He en- joys riding in his car . . . says his biggest thrill was being a part of the "Fabu- lous Frosh" team . . . af- er graduation comes mili- tary service. PAUL DUANE McDermott Skiing or swimming is tops with Paul ... he claims tournaments are his biggest thrills ... is con- tent when chewing on big juicy steaks and listening to top tunes. His future? Well, just exactly what lies ahead is still a mystery.DALE McNEIL Serious and helpful, Dale lists the time he won the boxing championship as his fondest memory. Most of the time Dale can be found hunting or prac- ticing his boxing. Plans for the future are to join the navy. BILL C. MASELLA Friendly and happy best describe Will. He is well liked by every one and al- ways has a smile . . . Girls who are stuck up are out with this guy. In his future is college but he is as yet undecided on which to at- tend. GENE W. MEYER Quiet, courteous and helpful Gene really rates Chubby Checkers and the Twist. He will remember the Earthquake of '59 always. His future plans in- cude college and right aft- er high school he plans to join the navy. DAVID T. MONTGOMERY Energetic and hard working is Terry: Pep, Science, French and Key Club member. Usually, he can be found working in the school lab with elec- tronics. After the day of graduation, his plans are to become one of the col- lege students. KAREN C. McLEAN Cute "Weinsie" has been a cheerleader four years, cheerqueen twice and is also quite active inVarious clubs ... can do without dumb acting, pes- ty boys . . . enjoys hot fudge sundaes. College is seen in her future. PATRICK McLEMORE This athletic senior known as Joe to his friends, took second place in the Shot-put at the Jun- ior Olympics. Among his plans for the future are college and he has hopes of attending the Coast Guard Academy. CLAUDIA MONACO Delegate to G i r I s' State, Thespians, member of the French, Science, G.A.A. and Pep Clubs . . Claw has still found time to be Senior class Secre- tary and to make the hon- or roll. College and teach- ing are in her future plans.MARGARET M. MOORE Going to the 1959 World Series at Chicago will be remembered by this miss always. Clubs have always been fun for her. Most singers depend- ing on the record are fine. College and teaching are future events. JIM L. MUNRO Good-natured and well liked by all "Jim" is on Connor's League in bas- ketball. Pizza pie is a hit with him. Fats Domino and "Side Car Cycle" rate high . . . dislikes the home- work. Service or college is in the future. SHARON D. OPP Ann as she's known to her family, rates people who talk before they think at the top of her list of dislikes. She can usually be found reading a good book. Future plans include college and a teaching profession. KENNETH R. NOLL Known as "Okee" to all, Ken hasn't any pet peeve to speak of. He especially likes eating steak, hunting, fishing and tying flies. Little Richard is his favorite singer. He plans upon becoming a welder after graduation. RAY A. NORGULEN Jeep, as he's known to his classmates, can be found hunting, fishing or just riding around. He has taken an active part in the Ski, boxing and gun clubs. Steak is tops with him, as is Johnny Cash. A drafts- man job for him. LaVERN A. OKKEN Everyone's friend and always happy LaVern has a beautiful voice and can be found singing any place. Gossip is the worst according to this Lassie. Plans to attend a business college and then to work. KAREN M. PARROW Dependable, quiet Kaye has been active in Chorus all four years of high school. She really goes for fried chicken and steak. The Kingston Trio is at the top of her list of enter- tainers. Marriage will fol- low school.LUCILLE E. PETERS The tournaments and Junior year will follow Lou to Kinman where she plans to tab a stenography course. She is on the Hon- or Roll and received a 2 rating at the music fes- tival. Gossips are this gal's pet peeve. EMIL PETERSON Bowling, chemistry and physics clubs have left Smorgy and all his friends with many fond memories. If he isn't ruining the chemistry lab, you will find Emil tobogganing, swimming, riding horses or making plans for col- lege. MAUREEN C. PHILLIP Singing in chorus, Choralairs, or Carousel is where you would have found Philly these past three years. Memories of the Senior Reception the Junior Prom and all her friends will follow Maureen to Bozeman next year. NANCY JUNE PLATT Smart, snappy, Nan has been on the honor roll all four years of high school. She rated superiors at State and District Festi- vals and gets pretty good scores bowling. Fried chic- ken, turquoise and reading rate high on her list. ROBERTA K. PALIN A transfer in her senior year, Berta is liked by all. She is an honor roll stu- dent and takes pride in her studies. She dislikes irresponsible men. A busi- ness college in California will be her next residence. MYRNA SUE PATTERSON Susie, active in Pep, Chess, Bowling, Chorus and Gun clubs, has made the Honor Roll throughout high school. Anyone cracking gum is her great- est dislike. Swimming and skating occupy most of her time. Marriage in the Future. Sponsored by: Tuchscherer Drug Ravon Clearners Herbolich Grocery Ted Kuberich Ed's Radio TV J. C. Penney Co. Merti's Drive Inn Lilah’s Beauty ShopJANET F. RITSCHEL Being co-editor of the Copper Glow along with belonging to Pep Club and Thespians kept Jan busy and hopping. Quill and Scroll was a big hon- or and the I960 basket- ball tournament a happy memory. College and teaching are next. CECILIA L. RODRIQUEZ Sincere, sociable, and sweet are the best ad- jectives for Sid, who lists Senior Reception as the best time so far. Listening to the radio and Sociology Club take up her time now but the future shows her as a medical technic- ian. DON M. PODOBNIK Easy-going Pod was kept busy with track, foot- ball, A Club, and Paddle Club. He still found time to make the honor roll every year and be dele- gate to Boys' State. School of Mines gets this boy next year for engi- neering study. PEPI ROSENBURG Chorus, Oklahoma, Car- ousel, and the Girls' En- sembles have been a lot of work and fun for Pepi for three years . . . Music festivals and the honor roll brought many honors, pitch-ins and games lots of memories. College in the future. MERRILYN PRESKAR Merr has been her homeroom secretary and on the Honor Roll for the last three years . . , G.A.A., Usherettes and Sweater Club gave her problems but fun, also. Just three years from now Merr hopes to be a full- fledged nurse. Sponsored by: Delight's Beauty Shop Hotti's Grocery City Drug P. J. Market Larsen Market McCarvel Bakery Komadina Grocery Keig's ANNA LOUISE RUMSEY Courteous and kind "Ann", likes to listen to Brenda Lee sing and to read books. "Alone" is a favorite anytime. Ice Cream and Pizza are tops with her. Chorus is an ac- tivity. To be a nurse is her life's ambition. 32 JOAN RUCKWARDT Rocky was Homeroom treasurer, went to M.l. E.A., was in Pep Club, rode around, bowled, ate spaghetti and still had time to make a lot of friends and get high grades. College is in view next year and then on to teaching.JOHN P. SCHIMMING John, who is often known as Jack", enjoys all of the water sports and tobogganing. Has a strong dislike for all "themes" and no special song or singer attracts his interest. After he grad- uates in May, maybe he II join the service. Picture Not Available DOLORES I. BERNARD RYAN RUTHERFORD No Photo Aqua team, G.A.A. and the Thespians have kept Dorsey mighty busy. Her band trips to Canada brought many fond mem- ories along with the other school functions. Bozeman for sure next year. CAROL R. SANFORD Singing has been Rosy's main interest in High School. Oklahoma, Carou- sel, Boyfriend and Chorus carry many fond memories with her. It is Concordia College in Minnesota next year and then on to ele- mentary teaching. Sponsored by: Washoe Theater D. D. Shoe Mart CAROLYN A. SATHER Well liked is this young lass who was very active in Pep Club and G.A.A. She likes Kathy Young's singing but dislikes snobs. Riding in a certain '53 Ford is what she likes to do in her spare time. Col- lege is her future. EDWARD J. SCHMIDT Tall, studious and hard- working is Edward, who enjoys watching all the wonders of science. Any- one found bothering his plants is placed on his blacklist. Dancing during high school will long be remembered. He hopes to go to Bozeman. DAN L. SAVAGE Dan, an easy going fel- low, can't determine any pet peeve. When he is eating just any food or listening to his top song, "North to Alaska" by Johnny Horton, he is hap- py. His future will include becoming a part of the National Guard. Picture Not AvailableJa.:ICE SLOAN This cute A Squad cheerleader can always be located working hard as Editor of the Annual. One certain Senior boy who has nicknames for Senior Girls is Jan's pet peeve and a green Renault has a strange attraction for her. HENRY S. SLOSSON Henry, or "Sloss", is an easy going person who can usually be found eat- ing pizza, reading, or playing the bongos. "Squares" are placed at the beginning of his pet peeve list. College is ahead. ROSEMARY LYNN SMITH "Roie", who is the cap- tain of her bowling team, can often be seen singing with the Senior Girls' En- semble or with the Chor- us. This quiet gal rates Jim Reeves on top along with coke and hamburgers. College or marriage may be next. DONNA SMOLLACK Although busy as a G.A.A. Secretary, Donna still has time to be an ac- tive par+ of Sweater Club, Thespians, and Pep Club. With tournaments and the Junior Proms to look back on, a college career is planned after graduation. 34 GENEVIE ANN SCHOFIELD Genevie, sometimes re- ferred to as "Jay", is an active member of the Chorus and Bowling Team. "In My Little Corner of the World", dancing and Connie Francis head her list of favorites. Her fu- ture years are still rather uncertain. JOHN LAWRENCE SHULTZ Known as "Head" to his friends, Jack is a person with personality plus. He has claimed a good deal of success in the sports field, along with being secretary of A-Club and a member of the Key Club. He plans upon at- tending college. Sponsored by: Montana Hotel Medical-Dental ClinicTHOMAS STEVENSON Tom came to A.H.S. in his junior year and is fav- orite among the student body. He likes eating spaghetti. His future plans include the service and college. CATHERINE ANN SPANBAUER Smiling and always on the go is brown eyed Cathy who has given her support to the Pep Club and Thespians. "Valley High" rates high on her song list and talkative people bother her. Her future may very well be beautician work. OLIVER BENTON STEARNS Quiet, but full of fun, "Pausquall" is tops among his friends. His favorites include practicing taxi- dermy, hearing Johnny Mathis sing, and eating anything. Still gets a buzz when recalling the fun Youth Center brought. SANDRA LEE STINGER Chorus and chorus pro- ductions, or science club have been Sandy s main activities. She likes best to listen to Elvis singing "It's Now or Never," while eating steak and french fries. College or beautic- ians' school next year. MARY LOU SMOLLACK Friendly, and cheerful and full of fun are the best words to describe Mary Lou. Although the honor roll has held her name for four years, a blackball is placed on all homework. The 1960 tournaments will always be remembered. GLEN STEVENSON Glen's interests are mainly centered around sports, but he has also been active in Science Club and Chess Club . . . enjoys listening to the song "Danny Boy" . . . dislikes having his locker stacked. The Army will be his next stop. PATRICIA ELLEN SMYTH Quiet and reserved is "Pat", who supported the Thespians while in her sen- ior year. Often she can be found sewing something blue or maybe reading. "Greenfields" is her top disc. After the big day, she might further he edu- cation. Sponsored by: Thompson's Davis Jewelry Win-Art's Grocery Fran's Cate Picture Not AvailablePicture Not Available VERNA E. STRAND Verna transferred from Park River, North Dakota, in her senior year. After finishing high school she plans to attend a business college in San Diego. Shrimp and Swiss steak are Verna's favorite foods. NORMAN STONE Norman, who likes TV and reading, will go to college or trade school, picks baked ham as his favorite, likes Johnny Hor- ton singing "North to Alaska," will remember the games, the prom and tournaments. JAMES R. SULLIVAN Sully, who in the future will be making millions, lists people who are stuck up as his pet peeve. The Junior prom and beating Anaconda Central in I960 will be remembered al- ways. College is for sure next year. JEANETTE TESCHER A very active band member for three years, "Tessie" enjoys bowling and listening to Brenda Lee. Her fond memories are the I960 tournament and the thrilling trips tc Portland and Moosejaw with the band. ALMON LEE TESDAHL Good natured and a good friend to all hisrclass- mates, "Butch" is a trans- fer from Dickinson, North Dakota. He likes cheese- burgers and bowling . . . picks Elvis and "Please Mr. Custer" as his favorites. 36 BERNADINE THOMPSON Courteous and cute "Babe", likes coke and french fries, is on the bowling team, has been in Pep Club, band and Science Club. She will never forget her Senior year and plans to go to business college. Picture Not Available JOHN J. STOREY John, who is a very shy student, has a smile for everyone. For the most part, John enjoys school. However, homework doesn't agree with him. As yet John hasn't decid- ed on what he will do aft- er school. WA mr SANDRA VANDEVENTER "Sandee" who plans to go on to Bible College has memories of pep club and chorus. To aid in col- lege, speech and debate will help her along. She would rather not listen to jazz, instead drawing ful- fills her pastime. SHELA ROSE VAN NESS Shela, outstanding in the band, was given a Music Camp Scholarship as a senior. She was a part of the graduation orches- tra also. She is a French Club and a Pep Club member. The halls of high- er learning may come her way next fall. GROVER J. WALKER "G. J." started Ana- conda High in his junior year. Since then he has been in Chess Club and Thespians. His favorite singer is "Pat Boone" and song is "I'm Sorry." He likes horseback riding and winter sports. The High School Rodeo is his fond- est memory. CATHERINE WALSH Cathy has been in three foreign language clubs and Junior Classical Lea- gue. Dinah Washington is her favorite singer and she enjoys many different songs. She likes to take walks to pass the time away. PAMELA ETHEL THOMPSON Always ready for a good time is Pam" who dislikes griping people. She is an honor student. Golf team, Pep Club and G.A.A. are her main in- terests. The senior recep- tion is her fondest mem- JO ANN A. TOMLINSON Friendly and cute "Jo" came to A.H.S. in her senior year. There will never be a "Last Date" for her as future plans are marriage. In the line of food she enjoys eating prawns. ories.CAROLYN SUE WALTER Everyone's friend and always happy "Punk" en- joys attending basketball games and eating fried chicken. Johnny Horton and "Emotions" rate high with Carolyn. She hopes to be an elementary school teacher in the fu- ture. LARRY CLARK WEATHERMAN "Lar" well liked by all his classmates likes to hunt and fish. "Don't Worry About Me" and Marty Robbins are tops with him. Larry, president of his homeroom, plans on going to college to be- come a wildlife manager. CAROL JEAN WEKKIN Known as "Bright Eyes" to her friends, Carol has been in Pep Club and Bowling Club. On the "Wings of a Snow White Dove" and Johnny Cash are her favorites. She has done well with her art work and writing. SHIRLEY WILLIAMS This senior girl could be found leading the major- ettes, at Pep Club, G.A.A., or writing the minutes in French Club. Eating and going to Sen- ior parties are Willie's favorite pastimes. In her future—College at Bill- ings. NATIONAL MERIT AWARD John Logan VFW AUXILIARY ESSAY CONTEST 38 THOMAS WHITE Football, basketball, track, A and Key Clubs kept "Whitey" real busy in high school. He still found time to be home- room president, eat steaks, and listen to Pat Boone. Tom will miss his friends, but looks on to college. Wayne Estes broke the state individual basketball scoring record plus All-state Basketball and Football. Dave Kettner and Maureen Phillip were awarded Elks Scholarships. Jack Schultz received fourth place in astronomy at the State Science Fair in Missoula. Honorable mention went to Sharon Hanson in chemistry at the State Science Fair. Norman Stone got honorable at the State Science Fair in Electricity. Eleanor Howard was awarded the Betty Crocker Award. 39SENIOR ACTIVITIES Wayne and Pat wait for Mike to pick-up the ball from Great Falls. Great Falls jumped high but Jim and Tom got the ball. Pat, Bruce, and Jack find either the bongo drums or Shirley in teresting at Gridiron. Ciaudia tears Grover's story apart, as Judge George looks on in the Senior Play "You the Jury" Jimmy. Jack. George and Maureen, behind the scenes of the Senior Play.JUNIORS JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS—Left to right: Sam Ulstad, Vice President; Kris Rogen, Secretary; John Stipech, President. 4142 Brent Anderson Donna Anderson Jerry Anderson Tom Arensmeyer Cathy Bates Patty Baumgartner Elaine Beausoleil Charles Beck David Beck Patte Beck Shirley Bersanti David Blake Susan Blaskovich Michael Brooks Jean Brown Mary Jean Bucy Connie Campbell Nancy Campbell Charles Chumrau Mary Lou Clark Steve Clark Dale Combs Steve Conrady Garry CostleStephen Crowe Carol Cousineau Dick Devich Jim Dorsey Pat Dwyer Jerry Eastmark Ronnie Ehli Everett Ekstrom Gloria Ekstrom Paulette Everett George Ferkin Wayne Finnegan Jeff Frank Louis Franklin Bill Forwood Virginia Fox Harry Furgeson Arlene Garnett Lavina Garrison Gary Gates Charles Geary Rolene Gee Loren Goodman Bonnie Glovan 43Abfnt whf pictures w r mod Margie Gress Robert Gutcheck Carol Haaland Beth Hamel Nancy Hammond Walter Hanson John Harmon Linda Havens Robert Heaphy Marlene Hobbs Jim Hogg Glenn Holderreed Jack Howard Patsy Indendi Tom Jackson Fred Jacobs Marlene Jense Audine Johnson Carole Johnson Tova Rae Johnson Linda Kendall Florence Koenig Rudy Krutar Margo LarsonCharlotte Lanes Dan Leary Barbara Le Blanc Eldon Lindstrom Timothy Lofing Duane Logan Gera Lee Lulloff Richard McAndrews Mike McGinnis Susan McKinley Sylvia McKinley Joanne Magnan Ted Marchion Fred Martin Joyce Martin Linda Massey Sharon Melby Madeline Mellon Noreen Mertzig Ron Moe Charles Monroe Johnna Mott Robert Munro Bill Nazer 45Tanna Nazer Delbert Nelson Jay Newby Jack Nielson Clint Ohman Vern Ohman Claudia Olson Jean Orrino Mary Jo Oreskovich Sharon Otto Teel Parr Sharon Pickett Jim Potvin Phil Ralston Elaine Reiss Kris Rogen Fayne Roth Carney Rustad Gayle Sailer Bob Sanders Dorothy Sanford Leann Sbragia Barbara Schaefer Raymond SchmitzGerrie Seibt Claudia Shanklin Janet Silzly Diane Sisich Ricky Skocilich Daryll Smith Chad Smyth Jim Stallings Lenard Stuber John Stipech Jack Stodden Stanley Stohr Phil Strommen Jane Strong William Sunberg Carl Sundberg Carl Swanson James Taus Joan Taylor Colleen Tesson Allen Tholstrom Tom Troyer Sam Ulstad Ed Verlanic 47Doretta Wagner Sandra Ward Stanley Wekkin Roger Welch Laurilee Wells Jim Wise John Wilhelm Charles Wright JUNIOR QUARTET Left to Right: Row I: Dennis Krugar, Dave Clark. Row 2: Claudia Shanklin, Carol Holland. 48 SADIE HAWKINSSOPHOMORES SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Bob Smith, President; Harriet Ellingson, Secretary; Ron Harris, Vice President. Sponsored by: Intermountain 49Francine Amaya Bernice Antonich Russell Bailey Roy Baker Jennifer Bakkeby Dick Barclay Bob Barnett Dick Beck Bryanne Bennett Mary Berg Ron Bliss Dave Bock Randy Bolkovatz John Bolles Roxie Boschee Dean Bowen Myron Boyce Shirley Boyce Ray Broynr Dick Brockman Lawny Browning Bob Bubash Elinore Bullock Carole Cambell DonnaRae Capps LaVern Casey Dan Chiddix Judy Christiansen Dave Clark Mike ClarkPerry Clawson Alvena Crisler Toni Cutone Elena Cutone Linda Daniel' Nancy DeMarios John Dunn Darvll Dye Ericka Eklund Harriet Ellingson Jack Elliott Dick Everett Bob Everett Diane Ewing Mary Jean Fairweather Floyd Finnegan Le Roy Ford Melvin Fortner Gary Froehlich Sharon Funston Glenda Geary Don Glenn Jerry Good Dick Gow Brad Grant Joe Gross Dave Grice Frank Haines Roy Harrington Ron HarrisPicture Not Available Picture Not Available Picture Leonard Hatcher Margaret Haugen Jerry Hayes Michael Heaphy Mike Hendricksen Bob Herbolich Sharon Hewitt Jackie Hildebrant Denver Hinman Harry Hoiland Henning Holmlund Lynn Holmlund Donald Howard Edgar Howery Bob Hungerford Patsy Hurley Madeline Huskelhus Kathleen Indendi Cecelia Jackson Bill Jette Penny John Patricia Johns Betty Jo Johnson Claudette Johnson Connie Johnson Janet Johnson Linda Johnston Ricky Johnston Karen Johnston Lonnie JohnstonDiane Jones Doris Jones Eddy Jones Jim Jorgensen Patricia Jorgensen Shirley Jorgensen Fred Jense Joe Kanduch Karen Kanduch Walter Kloker Barbara Kortum Pam Krause Dennis Kreuger Alice Lake Carl Lombardi Marilyn McCabe Robert McCarvel Marilynn McKelvy Jerry McGrath Susan Mahoney David Manning Bonnie Marinkovich' Bonnie Martz Darielle Martz Ronald Massey Alfred Menicucci Karol Meyer Shyrl Moreland Lawana Morrow Richard Morris 53Picture Not Available Picture Not Available Ann Murawski Randall Noll Louis Norton Joyce Okken Connie Olson Marilyn Opp Evelyn Parrow Robert Pearson Cheryl Pearson Ronald Peterson Lawrence Peterson Belva Pierce Harry Piper John Post Linda Post Michael Powdrill Theodore Praast Stanley Preskar Mill Ann Ralston Eva Rangitsch Mary Robinson Sara Robinson Paul Rogen Frank Rooney Paul Rosenberg Roy Rowsey Phyllis Rumsey Carl Ryan Helen Ryan Marilyn RyanSharon Sanford Sharon Savage Jo Anne Schaefer Darrell Scharosch Ralph Schmidt Sharon Schmieding Judy Schroeder Sheriann Shaw John Shegina Richard Sindt Evon Slaughter Jack Sletten Peggy Smallwood Robert Smith Keith Smith Kenneth Smith Michael Smith Myrtle Smith Margaret Spanbauer Carol Stevenson Sally Stephenson Linda Swanson Carl Tescher Kendell Tholstrom Dick Thomas Allen Tomten David Tonkovich Andrea Vincent Ernie Violette Ard VollMary Vuicich Mary Vukich Ronald Ward Sharon Ward Linda Weatherman Sharon Weaver Arlene Westerlund Terry Wilkinson Dan Worsdell Susan Woirhaye Marianne Yelsa PEP ASSEMBLY Row I: Marilyn McCabe, Sharon Ward. Shyll Moreland, Janet Johnson. Row 2: Myrtle Smith, Diane Ewing, Phyllis Rumsey, Diane Jones. Row 3: Andrea Vincent, Mary Vukich, Susan Mahoney, Claudette Johnson, Linda Weatherman, Sharon Hewitt, Linda Swanson. Row 4: Linda Johnston, Sal- ly Stevenson, Karen Kanduch, Evelyn Parrow, Carol Cambell. Eleanor Bul- lock. Standing in Front: Bonnie Mar- inkovich, LaVern Casey.57FRENCH Teacher: Miss Durkin. Left to Right: Laura Lee Wells, Shela Van Ness, Kris Rogen. Row 2: Jay Newby. Row 3: Pat Dwyer. Two years of French are taught by Miss Durkin. The students are being taught the conversational approach emphasized by tape recordings, records, and film strips. Miss Durkin drills Espanol into second year students. Miss Durkin teaches two years of Spanish and as in French, the conversational approach is being used. They use tape recordings, film strips and records to further their use of this language. Teacher: Miss Mahoney. Row I: Ronnie Bliss. Robert Barnett. Row 2: LaVern Casey. Harriet Ellingson. Row 3: Sharon Opp. Marilynn McKelvy. Row 4: Ralph Schmidt, Judy Schroeder. Row 5: Ard Voll, Mary Vuicich. Row 6: Russell Bailey, Mike Hendrickson.SENIOR ENGLISH Teacher: Mr. John Doohan. Left to Right: Genevie Schofield, Charles Gessele, Derry Dorlorque, David Kettner. Second row: Don Smith, Ray Kriskovich, Bob Driggs. Third row: Mary Lou Smollack, Sandy Liestiko, Dolores DuMonthier, Fourth row: Sandra Stinger, Dexter Leonard, Tom Jensen, and John Jessen. Students in English 12 study literature, com- position, and speech. The literature program consists of classroom and independent study. In composition the students write about their ideas and try to master the practical com- munication. Teacher: Miss Harris. Left to Right: Eldon Lindstrom, Duane Logan, Charles Whright, and Jack Stodden. In Junior English, the student is taught the various phases of speech, composition, gram- mar and literature. Miss Harris and Mr. Eccle- ston are the teachers. SOPHOMORE ENGLISH Teacher: Mr. Anderson. Left to right: Ann Muravski. Second row: Tanna Nazer, Jerome Hurlbert, Ericka Eklund. Third row: Eva Rangitsch. Patsy Hurley, Jerry McGrath. Fourth row: Connie Johnson, Clarence Lemmon.Teacher: Miss Brisbin. Row I: Wilma Harris, Jane Kemper. Row 2: Roberta Emmett, Sharon Harwood, Carol Kieser. Row 3: Vandelyn Kirlceby. Row 4: Bonnie Carlascio, Donna Kemper. The first year student is taught the theory for two quarters and dictation begins the last two. In second year, advanced dictation be- gins. Miss Brisbin teaches both years. Teacher: Miss Thompson. Row I: Charlotte. Row 2: Joyce Bridgewater. Row 3: Eleanor Howard, Bill Sundberg. Row 4: Janet Silzly, Aaron Bucholz. Row 5: Philip Strommen, Gene Clark! Row 6: Jane Abernathy. Row 7: Steve Crowe. First year typing is available to Juniors and Seniors with Miss Thompson as teacher. They are taught typing techniques and practical application . . . Second year is taught by Miss Brisbin . . . The student is taught to increase his speed. Teacher: Miss Thompson. Row I: Sharon Melby, Susane Lelstiko, Verna Strand, Claudia Shanklin, Rayne Roth. Row 2: Ronnie Edwards, Sene Clark. Joyce Bridgewater. Miss Thompson teaches a one-year book- keeping course which includes presentation of the complete bookkeeping cycle, and practical experience in business transactions, banking and general business training.Row t: Dave Beck, Susan Blaskovieh, Linda Brown, Steve Clark. Row 2: Ronnie Ehli, Glenn Holderreed, Mary Jo Oreskovich, Jeff Frank. Teacher, Miss Ma- honey. Mr. Williams and Miss Mahoney's United States History course is given in the Junior year. This course of study is designed to give the student the background and true develop- ment of American History. Sponsored by: Park Cafe, Dean's, Weiss Gro., Dairy Queen, Smith Built Cab., O.K. Rubber Welders, Hoyal's Jewelry, and Garrett Fr. Lines. WORLD HISTORY Row I: Don Glenn. Ricky Johnson, Randy Noll. Row 2: David Tonkovich. John Shegina. David Manning. Row 3: Ray Boyer. Marilyn McKelvy. Teacher, Tom Doohan. This course covers the history of man with all political, economic and cultural develop- ments of our species. Lectures are used to supplement the textbook. One day each week is devoted to current events, using Time maga- zine. Mr. Tom Doohan is the instructor. Row I: Ray Nordgulen. Row 2: Bill Masella, Jim Munro. Row 3: Larry Huff. Row 4: John Storey. Row 5: Frank Bizjk. Row 6: Tom DeMarois, Russell Hughes. Teacher, Miss Roe. American Problems is the Senior social science course. It is a study of the Consti- tution and the economy of the United States. Miss Roe is the teacher.Teacher: Mr. Sagin. Row I: Derry Dorlarque, Wayne Fredrickson, Paulette Frazer. Row 2: Bonnie Carlascio, Marge Casey, Ken Peterson. Row 3: Glen Bolster, Aaron Bucholz. This combined course is available to all Sen- iors, with Mr. Sagin as teacher. Sociology is the study of the relationship and correlation between «various classes of social phenomena. Psychology is the scientific study of behavior. Librarian Miss Ivankovich. Row I: Jerry Hayes, Sandra Leistiko, Diane Hughes, One semester of Library Science is offered under the instruction of Miss Ivankovich. The student is taught use of the library, how to use encyclopedias, dictionaries, and file. Teacher: Mr. McMahon. Eleanor Howard, Mill Ann Ralston, Peggy Smallwood Mr. McMahon teaches three years of Art. The Student receives instruction in line, color, design, lettering, figure drawing, perspective, oil painting, water color, and art history.Glenn Holderreed. Fred Martin, Jeff Frank, Jim Stal- lings, Teacher: Mr. Wolpert, Brent Anderson. An integral part of the science program offered at Anaconda High is the Physics course taught by Mr. Wolpert. This subject presents the basic principles, laws, and theor- ies of Physics. BIOLOGY Row I: Harry Hoiland. Bob Herbolich. Row 2: Marilyn Ryan, Arlene Westerlund. Karol Meyer. Row 3: Ronnie Ward. Judy Schroeder. Row 4: Paul Rogen. Bob Smith. Row 5: Don Howard. Mr. Phares and Mr. Stergar teach their Sophomore Biology classes ways, means and reasons for classifying living things. Also of vital processes occurring in plant and animals, therefore of how living organisms work. CHEMISTRY Bob Kunkel, Teacher: Mr. Wadsworth, Norman Stone, Terry Montgomery. One year of Chemistry is open to any sen- ior. This course includes a girl s Chemistry and a boy's Chemistry. Mr. Wadsworth teaches both of them.Teacher: Mr. Doran. Row I: Janet Johnson. Row 2: Pam Krouse. Charles Lemmon, Sharon Savage, Marilyn McKelby. Row 3: John Shagina. Row 4: Tom Stevenson. In geometry the Sophomore student is taught to study and enjoy more fully the Geometric shapes around us. It also offers a logical approach to problem solving. Mr. Knodel and Mr. Doran are the teachers. Teacher: Mr. Knodel. Row I: Sharon Ward. Dave Boclc. Row 2: Sherry Ann Shaw. Row 3: Jack Staton. Row 4: Carol Stevenson, Stanley Preskar. Row 5: Mike Powdrill, Alice Lake. Row 6: Linda Johnson. Algebra II includes sets, proportion, vari- ation, radicals, imaginary numbers, quadratics and the binomial theorem. This course also goes into Solid Geometry. Teacher: Mr. Wadsworth. Left to Right: Nancy Halverson, Sharon Hansen. One year of chemistry is open to any Sen- ior. This course includes a Girls' Chemistry. Mr. Wadsworth teaches both these courses.HOME ECONOMICS Teacher: Mrs. Thomson. Row I: Sharon Funston, Dolores DuMonthier, Claudette Johnson. Three years of Home Economics are offered at Anaconda High School under the instruc- tion of Mrs. Thomson. The girls are taught clothing, food preparation, child care, plan- ning for a home and marriage as well as other subjects related to homemaking. Teacher: Mr. Stergar. Mike Clark, Ken Peterson, Russel Hughes, Ray Nord- gulen. The first year student is taught the basic drawing technique, lettering and inking. In second year, the student draws either Archi- tectural, machine or pattern developments. Mr. Stergar is the Teacher. SHOP Teacher: Mr. Aspholm. Mike Brooks. Bill Nazer. Jerry Eastmark, Ricky Monroe. In first year shop the student learns the basis of sheet metal, machine shop, welding and house wiring. In second year Mr. Aspholm helps the student explore further any of these fields that interest and help him.• CP PERSPECTIVE LIBRARY CLASSROOM HOURS U.S. HISTORY67A-SQUAO FOOTBALL TEAM 5ttT,ti'„t Cotch Jim RendonR , pi p ,T DnV,Cu nGeLn ev6Dnson' W "e Estes. George Lake, Ace Brown, Pat McLemore. Jim Furaus. Gaonon A°♦ r Tut L e D.ch Dev.ch, Don Podobnik. Jack Neilson. Bruce Blattner, Sam Ulstad, Bob Munro, Sandy Howard' A C°ach M'b Pap'cil- R°W 3: M,clte'' Geo' J!m Taus' Jeff Frank' Elden Ekstrom, Jim Sullivan, Bob Driggs, Bob Kunkel, Jack B-SQUAO FOOTBALL TEAM Bob iereH Carl lfmblTd- ST Don Glenn, Dan Chiddix, Bob Smith, Dick Morris. Row 2: Dan Worsdell. Don Howard. Rogen ach John Chee? Hungerf°rd' T°m Jacks°"’ Hat‘ Kai Smith. Row 3: Ronnie Ward, Pat Heaphy, Fred Jense, Paul 68,1 ifc.-i SENIOR GRIDSTERS Ace Brown Jim Furaus Jack Howard Mickey Gee Bob Kunkel Bruce Blattner Jim Devich Ed Culter Sandy GagnonSENIOR GRIDSTERSAnyone for a sleigh ride!!! FOOTBALL SCOREBOARD ANACONDA ...33 VS LIVINGSTON . 0 ANACONDA 0 VS MISSOULA 19 ANACONDA 9 VS GREAT FALLS .. 0 ANACONDA 6 VS BUTTE PUB. . 7 ANACONDA 13 VS BOZEMAN ....... 6 ANACONDA 7 VS HELENA . 6 anaconda 7 VS BUTTE CEN . 12 anaconda 13 VS BILLINGS 27 anaconda 14 VS LIVINGSTON . .. 0 YEA, COPPERHEAD. Half time entertainment??? Somebody's going to get smashed. 71ANACONDA COPPERHEADS-!. to right. First Row: Jim Devich ochultr. Second Row: Coach, John Cheek. Mickey Gee. Tom White, Mike Pat Connors, Tom Greenough, Wayne fcstes, Ace Brown, Jack Crum, Steve Clark, Jack Nielson, Sam Ulstad. BSQUAD wiifcS P TsSltnBes.coMnadnRoe:. V rsdeH Leonard Hatcher Ronnie Harris. Stan Stohr. Dick Devich, Ronnie Moe, Richard MornY Cry Wilkinson ' R°9e"' ’ StanleV Wetkl"' Bob Smith, Kendall Tholstrom,SENIOR HOOPSTERSWayne sinks another one. Rebound???? SCOREBOARD ANACONDA 51 BILLINGS SENIOR 49 ANACONDA 50 COEUR D' ALENE 43 ANACONDA 61 BUTTE CENTRAL 45 ANACONDA 81 HELENA 45 ANACONDA 66 KALISPELL 32 ANACONDA 71 MISSOULA 57 ANACONDA 55 DEER LODGE 45 ANACONDA 73 MISSOULA 63 ANACONDA 59 GREAT FALLS 58 ANACONDA 48 BILLINGS SENIOR 46 ANACONDA 69 BOZEMAN 44 ANACONDA 44 GREAT FALLS 42 ANACONDA 65 BUTTE PUBLIC 57 ANACONDA 66 BUTTE PUBLIC 46 ANACONDA 61 ANACONDA CENTRAL 36 ANACONDA 65 LIVINGSTON 61 ANACONDA 91 KALISPELL 64 ANACONDA 66 . BUTTE CENTRAL 56 ANACONDA 67 LIVINGSTON 62 ANACONDA 57 HELENA 43 ANACONDA 78 BOZEMAN 47 ANACONDA 71 BILLINGS SENIOR 48 ln this game the Copperheads broke the Memorial Gym record. Also, they made the most points ever scored by any Anaconda team in a single game. THE ANACONDA COPPERHEADS ARE THE FIRST TEAM IN THE HISTORY OF THE AA CONFERENCE TO GO THROUGH THE COMPLETE SEASON UNDEFEATED. CONGRATULATIONS, COPPERHEADS. Milce Crum fights for the ball as Center Wayne Estes looks on.WRESTLING TEAM SKI TEAM Row I: Bob Kunlcel. Mil Ann Ralston. Judy Christiansen. Randy Bolkovah. Row 2: Jim Clark. Frank Rooney. Phil Ralston. Paul ChristianaTRACK Row One: J. Stodden. J. Nielson, T. White, E. Cutler. A. Brown, P. McLemore, W. Estes. M. Crum. G. Lake. G. Stevenson. M. Heany. F. Martin Row Two: J. Cheek, Coach, S. Clark. S. Ulstad. S. Stohr, J. Frank, J. Furaus. P. Connors. E. Lmdstrom S. Wekkin T. W.lkinsom T Jackson. Row Three: P. Sullivan, assistant coach. D. Devich, B. Forwood, R. MOe D. Worsdell. L. Hatcher, B. Sm.th, Dan Ch.ddix, D.ck Morris. C. Williams. Coach. Record breaker Wayne Estes tries again. Jack Neilson shows his winning form.A CHEERLEADERS Left to Right: Kris Rogen, Bonnie Carlascio, Karen McLean, Cheer Queen. Janice Sloan, Janet Silzly. Cheer Mascot Kassie McKernan Cheer Queen Karen McLeanKATNT B SQUAD CHEERLEADERS Row I: Kathy Indendi, Diane Ewing. Row 2: Doris Jones, Bonnie Marinko- vich, Diane Jones. AQUA TEAM Row I: Janet Silzly. Tova Rae Johnson. Nancy Hammond, Vandelyn Kirlceby, Kris Rogen. Row 2: Roberta Emmett, Dolores Rutherford, Maureen Phillip, Susan Mahoney, Joan Taylor.Vi Jr PVt"’ Shirley W;lllanls Assistant Majorette. Donna Kemper Head Maiorette, W.lma Burke. Bonn,e Glovan. Row 2: Susie Lelstlko, Rennee Schmidt. Mary Ann Weln Jenn'LMoses,'t. Mol W She''a W"' S°rm' A'ice Ule Pa" Shirley Williams Assistant Majorette M Donna Kemper Head MajoretteCITY COMMONSTUDENT COUNCIL Row I: Linda Swanson, Laurilee Walls, Margo Larson. Judy Schroeder, Patti Beck. Row 2: Paulette Everett, Pam Thompson, Bernice Antomch Diane Ewing, Bonnie Marinkovich, Glenda Geary, Doris Jonew. Kris Rogen, Barbara LeBlanc. Row 3: Diane Johnston, Merrilyn rreskar. Karen McLean, Frank Rooney, Russell Bailey. Ronnie Moe, Chuch Beck, Mickey Gee. Row 4: Allen Tholstrom, Bob Herbolich, Bob Everett Bob Smith, Carl Lombardi, Don Podobnik. Ron Glovan. Dick Devich. Row 5: Paul Christiansen, Larry Weatherman, George Lake John Stipech. Jack Nielson, Jack Howard. 82BOY AND GIRL STATERS Row I: Claudia Monaco, Glen Bolster, Carol Kieser. Row 2: Paul Christiansen, Don Podobnik, David Kettner, John Logan, Dexter Leonard. KEY CLUB Row I: Fred Martin, Jack Holstrom. Bucky Hatcher. John Logan, Jim Furaus, Bob Kunkel. PaulChnst.ansenRow 2:Chnt Ohman Jim Johnston, Tom White. Bob Herolich, Jack Schultz. Ron Glovan. Mr. Wadsworth. Sponsor. Row 3: Dave Beck EWen Lmdstrom Sam U s ad Terry Montgomery. Bob Gutchek. Dan Wardsdell. Row 4: Stan Stohr Wayne Estes. Ace Brown, Chuck Chumrau. Ph,l Ralston, Bob Sanders, Ray Schmitz.NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY IholL v HW: Jlu mP. - P'D ,Senberg' E+hel Koanig Dlane Johnson' Pauletfe McCollum. Second Row: Coro am ompson Vandelyn Kirkeby, Merrilyn Preskar, Sharon Hansen. Wilma Burke. Eleanor Howard. Third Row Carol Kieser dZL Fa.r she,a Van Nassjea- Gustafs-udiie pet-- - Ss Douglas Ferltm, Don Podobmk, Paul Christianson. Jim Furaus. Bob Kunlcel. 9 Sanford, Paulette Kettner, The National Honor Society is one of the highest honor an A. H. S. student may receive. Candidates are chosen on the basis of Scholarship, Service, Leadership and Character. 84THESPIANS Row I: S. Ward. H. Catone. M. Ralston. P. Smyth. W. Burke. K. McLean. D. Ruthford. S. Llestlko. D. Glynn. S. Opp. Row 2: S. Stevenson. L Okken. A. Vincient. S. Blaskovich. N. Hammond. K. Rogen. C. Monoco. N. Halverson. A. Anderson. D. Hughes. K. Spanbauer. L Sbragia. M. Oriskovich. P. Evertt. D. Sisch. Row 3:' M. Vukich. P. Krause. V. Liapple. J. Ritschel. B. LaBlance. S. Williams. M. Phillips. P. Frazer. J. Salon. K. Langley. S. Hansen. C. Kieser. E. Koenig. J. McAndrews. C. Sanford. Row 4: J. Okken. A. Lake. S. Weaver. G. Walker. R. Schmitt, D. Leary, B. Gutcheck, D. Kettner, J. Clark, T. Montgomery. T. Jensen, G. Gustfson. QUILL AND SCROLL Left to right: Jim Johnston. Nancy Platt, Janet Ritschel. Claudia Monaco. Janice Sloan. Dick Linzey. 85 Row I: C. Moreland, C. Pearson, L. Casey, K. Indendi S. Shmidting, G. Geary. Row 2: H. Catone, J. ScKroe der. Row 3: J. Okken, B. Marinlcovich. Row 4: J Bakkeby, P. Jorgenson. Row 5: M, Smith A. Lake, R Eklund, L. Weatherman, N. DeMarois. M. McCabe, H Ryan. Row 6: L. Johnson, D. Jones, M. Ralston. Row 7 C. Johnson, S. Hewitt, D. Capps. Row 8: D. Jones D. Ewing. A. Venuat. Row 9: K. Kandich, B. Kortum M. Huskelhus, A. Westerland, P. Krause, Connie Olsen M. Vuicich. Row I: L. Havens. S. Blaskovich, K. Rogan. B. Hamel. N. Hammond T. Johnson. Row 2: M. Oriskovich, E. Beausoleil. Row 3: S. Ward. C. Shanklin. Row 4: M. Hobbs, M. Mellon. Row 5: L. Kendell, D. Wagner, J. Silzly, M. Larsen, B. LeBlanc, J. Bridgewater. Row 6: S. McKinley, C. Bates, M. Clark, S. Bersanti, P. Blume, G. Lulloff. Row 7: L. Sbragia, D. Anderson. Row 8: C. Olsen, C. Tesson. Row 9: T. Nazer, J. Taylor. Row 10: R. Gee, B. Gloven. L, Wells, M. Bucy, S. Otto, C. Johnson. C. Couslneau. Row I; R. Garvey, S. Harwood, M. Bieri, D. Hughe: A. Anderson, M. Moore. Row 2: M. Jordan. V. Leipple. Row 3: V. Kirkeby, J. Ritschel. Row 4: D. Johnson P. Rosenberg. Row 5: S. Hansen, P. Thompson. Row b: B. Aune, S. Van Ness. D. Smolleck, S. Patterson, J. Sloan, K. McLean, B. Carlascio, D. Rutherford, N. Halverson. Row 7: E. Howard. W. Burke, S. Liestiko. C. Sather, D. Glynn, E. Koenig, M. Preskar, M. Phillip. Row 8: K. Langley, N. Platt, L. Peters, S. Bosch. Row 9: C. Keiser. S. Williams, C. Monaco. Row 10: J. Beatti, L. Okken, S. Leistiko, P. Frazer. Row II: C. Walter. J. Ruckwardt, Dick Aune, G. Boschee. Row 12: M. Galle, J. Daum, T. Montgomery, D. Daniels. Row 13: B. Bakkeby. M. Casey, M. Casey, R. Kalsco.Go A. A. Row I: D. Smollack, Secreatary. S. Bosch, Vice President, N. Halverson, President D. Anderson, Treasurer, C. Bates Point Secretary. Row 2: M. Casey. V. Kirkeby, M. Jordan. M. Clark. M. Larsen. D. Johnson. M. Moore. J. Taylor. M. Preskar. S. Woirhaye. 5. McKinley. S McKinley. C. Sather, B. Carlascio, K. Mclean, P. Thompson, C. Monaco, D. Rutherford, L. Sbragia. D. Glynn, M, Hansen Row 3: L. Wells. B. Glovan, J. Ritschel, D. Hughes, J. Silzly. K. Rogen, M. Hobbs. S. Williams, D. Sisich. M. McCabe. C. Moreland. P. Rumsey. M. Ralston S. Hewitt. C. Pearson, L. Casey, J. Johnson, L. Swanson, A. Lake. Row 4: M. Bucy, C. Olsen. S. Blaskovich N. Hammond. P. BIume, P. Frazer. D. Wagner, P. Smallwood, M. Phillip, M. Oreskovich D. Jones. J. Schroeder. B. Marinkovich, D. Jones, G. Geary, S. Schm.edmg, K. Indendi. GRIDIRON DANCE Left to right: Jim Sullivan, Claudia Monaco, Bonnie Marinkovich, Bob Driggs, Delores Rutherford, Rich Silzey, Rich Morris, Van Kirkeby, Roberta Emmett, Susan Holstrom.’ LT rT,r' J«cl H°w«rd. Jim Furaus. Bruce Blattner, Wayne Estes. Jack Schultz. Mickey Heaney, Bob Kunkel, Mr. Williams. Row cL r- , „ . „".Sl Tom Ds Mar0,s' Paul Christiansen, Mike Crum. Pat Mclemore. Don Podobnik, Phil Ralston, Eldon Lindstrom, tddl® Cutler. Row 3: Pat Commers. Jack Nielsen. Stan Stohr, Ace Brown, Jim Devich, George Lake, John Stipech, Tom Greenough. Steve PADDLE CLUB Row I: Tuffy Driggs, Mickey Heaney, Jim Furaus, Bob Kunkel, Tom White. Row 2: Fack Howard, Pat Conners, Mike Crum, Jack Schultz. Row 3: Tom DeMarois, George Lake, Pat McLemore. Paul Christiansen. Row 4: Glen Stevenson, Don Podobnik, Bruce Blattner, Tom Greenough.F.H.A. Row I, left to right: Diane Sisich, Karen Colwell, Linda Kendall, Rosemary Kalsco, Colleen Tesson, Georgia Cornish. Row 2: Gloria Eckstrom, Sherianne Shaw, Sandra Ward, Advisor, Mrs. Laura Thompson, Myra Hanson, Diane Hughes, Sandra Leistiko. Row 3: Marlene Hobbs, Penny John. Cecelia Jackson, Arlene Anderson, Antonietta Cutone. Row I, left to light: Brad Grant, Harry Piper. Bill Jette, Bob Gutcheck. Row 2: Bob Bubash, John Dunn, Mike Hendrickson, Bob Hungerford. Daryll Dye, Dan Leary, Ralph Schmidt. 89FRENCH CLUB Row I: Shirley Williams, Loralee Wells, Shela Van Ness, Kris Rogen. Row 2: Jay Newby, Margaret Moore. Terry Montgomery, Barbara Aune, Noreen Mertzig. Doretta Wagner. Row 3: Pat Dwyer, Ronnie Ehli. Nancy Halverson, Dave Kettner, John Logan, Doris Jones. Row 4: Eleanor Howard. Susan Blaskovich, Claudia Monaco, Charles Wright, Ceclia Jackson. Miss Durkin, Teacher. SPANISH CLUB 90 Myron Boyce, Eleanor Bullock, Danna Rae Capps, Dan Chiddix, Dave Clark, Verna Clark, Glenda, Geary. Frank Haines. Bucky Hat- cher, Bob Herbolich, Don Howard, Diane Hughes, fred Jense, Pat Johns, Janet, Johnson, Linda John- son, Karen Kanduch, Dennis Kru- gar. Bonnie Marinkovlch, Evelyn Parrow, Cheryl Pearson, Ted Praast, Al Menacucci, Joan Ruck,- wardt, Sharon Schmieding, Jack Stetton, Carol Stephanson, Sally Stephenson, Linda Swanson, Allen Tomton, Ken Tholstrom, Susan Woirhaye, Dan Worsdell.SCIENCE CLUB Row I: Mr. Doran, Mr. Stergar, P. Thompson, C. Monaco, R. Kalsco, S. Stinger. P. Rosenberg, A. Barkov,ch, S. Bosch. D. futh« S. Mahoney. Mr. Wolpert. Mr Wadsworth. Row 2: J. Kemper, S. Williams. M. Phillips, W Burke. S Hansen. P- Fra“r' Mp Preskar, M. Oreskovich, P. Everett. R. Schmitz. G. Holderreed, P. Ralston. Row 3: P. Gormley. D. Logan J. Dorsey. B. Kunkel. P. Christiansen. J. Logan. D. Leonard. P. Dwyer, A. Arensmeyer, B. Sanders, P. Strommen. H. Furgeson, T. March,on. Row 4. P. McLemore. J. Sullivan J. Furaus. J. Schultz, B. Blattner, A. Brown, D. Ferkin, D. Kettner, T. Montgomery. D. Leary, Bob Gutcheck, R. Schmitz, A. Vo K. Smith, R. Everett. CHESS CLUB Row I: P. Frazer, R. Schmitz, J. John- ston, J. Logan, C. Kieser, M. Phillip. S. Patterson. Row 2: A. Anderson. D. Hughes, B. Gutcheck, A. Voll, M. Hendrickson, D. Worsdell, K. Smith, D. Clark. G. Walker, J. Holstrom. P. Rosenburg, J. Seibts. Row 3: R. Kru- tar, P. Rosenburg. R. Bliss.USHERETTES Row I: Dolores Rutherford, Nancy Halverson. Donna Smollack, Merrilyn Preskar. Diana Glynn, Vandelyn Kirkoby, Roberta Emmett bather, Myra Hansen, Head Usherette. Carolyn SWEATER CLUB Row. I: Bonnie Carlascio, Merrilyn Preskar, Myra Hansen. Row 2: Karen McLean, Vandelyn Kirkeby, Diana Glynn, Donna Smollack, Dolores Rutherford, Nancy Halverson.SOLDIERS’ AND SAILORS’ MEMORIAL BAND Arensmeyer. Sbragia. Absent: R. Emmett, N. Mertzig.PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE 94 BRASS ENSEMBLERow I: P. Hurley, S. Wolrhaye, A. Cutone, A. Rumsey, B. Schaefer. S. Stinger, D. Kreuger. W. Hansen, D. Clark, D. Logan. A. Tomten, M. Roberts. J. Bakkeby. E. Slaughter, R. Boschee, S. Ward. L. Holmlund, L. Okken. Row 2: F. Annaya M. Fmrweather, S. Stevenson, A. Johnson, K. Combs. D. Hlnman, J. Wise, G. Eastmark. J. Clark, C. Geary. M. Tortner. T. Loflng. C. Ryan, J. Gustafson. Hobbs, J. kl. J. Orrlno, E. Bullock, N. DeMarois. G. Lulloff. C. Sundberg, G. Froehhch, J. Post, L. Johnson, K. Ehli J. Hayes, S. Sanford, N. Campbell, S. Bersanti, B. Aune, P. Jorgenson, J. Matt, J. Taylor, C. Indendi. Row 5: M. Ph.llip D Sisich, C. Johnson. H. Ryan, P. Johns, C. Sanford, L. Post. L Swanson, C. Shanklin. E. Beausoleil, E. Parrow C. Olsen. D. BUke R. Krutar, M. Brooks, G. Costle, D. DuMonthler, C. Olsen, D. Martin, K. Meyer, L. Peters, R. Palin, R. Garvey, G. Sailor, M. Haugen, D. Sanford. Row I: L. Swanson. M. McKelvy, M. Vukich, C. Shanklin, C. Sanford. M. Phillip. D. Sanford. D. Kettner. Row 2: P. Rosenberg, L. Kendall. G. Sailor. J. Taylor, C. Haa- land, S. Sanford, M. Haugen, C. Olson. Row 3: W. Hanson. D. Krueger, J. Post, G. Boschee. D. Clark. Row 4: J. Eastmark. C. Sundberg. G. Froehlich, D. Blake, L. Ford, G. Costle. 95DANCESJUNIOR PROM “MISTY 9?..fi Mr. Merley directs the chorus. Which fork should I use. 99 Happy moments before the big event. Setting for last meal as undergrads.Memorial Gym is the scene for the 1961 graduation. Valedictorian John Logan Salutatorian Maureen PhillioFarewell to thee. I could have danced all night. Legs????? Breakfast? 3:30???Doohan's Dramatists Victory Dance???? What'll you have? Fresh paintFINISHED!!! Row I: Carolyn Walter, Nancy Platt, Sandee Van Deventer, Susie Liestiko. Row 2: Joan Ruckwardt, Janet Ritschel. Claudia Monaco, Jimmy Johnston. Row 3: Dick Linzey. Row 4: Janice Sloan. HARD AT WORK Table on the left: Janice Sloan, Dick Linzey, Jim John- ston, Claudia Monaco. Table on the right: Janet Ritschell, Carolyn Walter, Nancy Platt, Joan Ruckwardt.We wish to thank the following firms for their support. We hope you will show your appreciation by patronizing them. 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