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Published By The Journalism Class Of Anaconda High School Miss Jeanne Lowney, Advisor Candy Paddock, Janie Tuss, Sandi Tuss, Business Managers Debbie Johnson, ArtistCHALLENGE... ec hoe s in a speech, debate...material- izes in the desire to make each year better. .. and accumulates the ability to instill a strong sense of citizenship. .. Chal- lenge is a continuation of tra- dition and a basis for further achievement. 2TRADITION. .. e c h oe s in resonance after the Alma Mater. . .encourages each scholar to do his best.. re- sounds during the loyalty .... Tradition i s a symbol of achievement and a path- way for knowledge.The pathway of challenge, achievement, and tra- dition leads u s through the forest of life. The ex- perience gained while traveling this trail echoes in strong friendship cemented by trying times... re- sounds in the applause of an audience signaling a show well done... materializes in a superior rating at State Music Festival.. .builds a desire to mold oneself into a useful, productive member of your own society.Student Body Represented by Student Council ROW 1 - Liana Ehlafald, Terry Sheahan, Mike Blume, Winifred Wagner, Eileen Okken. ROW 2 - Rick Martin Debbie Johnson, Bart Campbell, Micki Bates, Andy Harball, Marsha Stokke, Clint Rouse, Tom Fitzpatrick, Ron Vpftor OFFICERS - Terry Sheahan, Vice-President; Wini Wagner, Secretary; Mike Blume, President. The Student Council consists of the class officers, Girl and Boy Staters, and their sponsor Mr. Joseph Wolpert. The goals of the Student Council are to make the relationship between the students and teachers a more enjoyable one, to increase school spirit, and to send representatives to Boys' and Girls' State. The Student Council has once again proven a credit to the school. 6Mr. O’Leary Works Diligently to Keep The School Running Smoothly Principal Michael O'Leary has been princi- pal at Anaconda Senior High School since 1951. During this time he has given much toward helping the school and the students within it. Mr. O'Leary has a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Creighton University, and he received his Masters Degree in Education from the University of Montana. Prior to his position as principal he served as lieutenant in the U. S. Navy during the Second World War. The job as a principal entails many duties, but Mr. O'Leary has the patience, perse- verance, and integrity to handle each and every situation as it presents itself.OLAF BILLQUIST JACK HARRITY Herb Swanson, Clerk SCHOOL BOARD TOM RADONICH PAUL B. PAHUT CLYDE ECCLESTON RODNEY McLEAN Chairman Vice-ChairmanMR. ROBERT COSSACK, B.S. Biology MR. WILLIAM GUSTAFSON, B.A., M. A. Plane and Solid Geometry MR. MICHAEL KNUTSON, B. A. Algebra, Geometry MR. ROBERT LAUCHLIN, B.S. Algebra II, Trigonometry, Chemistry MR. JOHN STERGAR, B.S. Biology, Mechanical Drawing MR. JOSEPH WOLPERT, B. A. , M.S. , M. Ed. Physics, PI. Solid Geometry, and Advanced Math . “OR IVANKOVICH’B A MATH AND SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Without a good science background, progress would hardly be possible. The aim of this department is not only to prepare college-bound students, but to create a new awareness of the complex problems facing today's scientists. LIBRARY The focal point of daily school life should be the li- brary and indeed it is. At all hours of the school day one can find at least one person in the library either for reference work or just for enjoyment. We should feel lucky to have such an excellent library available to us.ENGLISH DEPARTMENT In our present-day society, the ability to communicate one's ideas to others is increas- ingly important. The English courses offered in high school give stu- dents an excellent basis for the years to come. MISS JEANNE LOWNEY, B. A. English 11, Journalism MISS LYNN CURLEY, B.S. , M. Ed. English 10 MR. FREDMOODRY, B. A. English 12, American Problems MR. CHARLES ANDERSON, B. A. English, Speech G Debate LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT In order to truly under- stand and appreciate the English language, as well as the people of other parts of the world a foreign language is compulsory. Many of our everyday words are derived from Spanish and French words. So much can be learned about our way of speaking and living when compared with foreign countries. MRS. WINIFRED SWANSON, B. A. , B.S. French, Home Economics MISS MARGARET DURKIN, B. A. , M. A. Spanish II, Guidance MRS. LINDA PICKENS, B.S. Spanish I and English 10HISTORY AND SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT A good understanding of our government and how it works leads to better and more responsible citi- zens. The object of this department is to give stu- dents a working knowledge of the world and the functions of our government. PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPARTMENT A glowing health certainly plays a vital part in happiness of spirit. This is achieved by the daily training that the students of AHS receive in their gym classes. This training develops a sound mind and body. MR. JOHN CHEEK, B. A. MISS JOAN MEUCHEL, B. S. Physical Education, Physical Education, Athletics Drill Team MR. MARVA ECCLESTON, B. A. World History, U.S. History MISS ROSANNE ROE, B. A. American Problems MR. WILLIAM SACIN, B. A. , M. A. Sociology, GuidanceMR. JOHN MURPHY MR. ROBERT ASPHOLM, B. A. Welding General Shop INDUSTRIAL ARTS This department has opened up occupations which otherwise would have remained unknown to many boys who will later find themselves in this field. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT The commercial course offered to the students of AHS.will build a strong foundation for the secre- taries and business men of tomorrow. MR. EDWARD NILSON, B.S. , M. Ed. Mechanical Drawing and Driver's Education MR. ROBERT GUTCHEK, B.S. Basic Electricity The purpose of this course is to instruct the stu- dents in shorthand and typing skills along with the many other ways of achieving success in the busi- ness world. MISS MARGUERITE BRISBIN, B.S. , MR. LAWRENCE MALMBORC, M.S. B. S. , M. B. A. MISS ETHEL THOMPSON, B.S. , M.S. Stenography I G II, Typing II Typing I, Stenography I, English 11 Typing I, BookkeepingMR. DEAN NAYLOR, B. M. Chorus MR. ARLIE SCHULTZ, B. S. Band MUSIC DEPARTMENT Music is all around us; no matter where we go or what we do, we encounter some form of music . So that we can understand it and therefore appreciate it more, a basic know- ledge of music in nec- essary. A well-rounded person not only has to have a background in music but in other fields as well. MISS RUTH GUSTAFSON, B. A. , B. Ed. , M. M. Orchestra ART DEPARTMENT After going through an art course, students have a new awareness of the world around them. They are taught to be more ob- servant of natural phenomena and the masterpieces of men. High school art courses are aimed at those who would like to draw, but can't, as well as those who are extremely talented. MR. MICHAEL MC MAHON, B. S. , M. S. ArtPERSONNEL alice McCarthy School Nurse JAMES McNAY, Engineer 15Dorrie Lou Carraher AHS Secretary Mrs. Creaney G Mrs. Campbell, Co LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: Shirley Schmeiding, Trudy Heman, Susan Hiltbrand, Janice Elk. OFFICE GIRLS: SEATED-Wendy Bucholz, Bertha Olson, Janice Ek. STANDING-Roberta McCabe, Patty Ann Carraher, Kathy Smith, Darlene Sager, Pam Frey, Cindy Hartsell, Lurie Davies, Francie Galle, Dale Dewing, Joan Softich. KITCHEN HELP: ROW 1: Peggy Reiss, Micki Bates, Joyce Sundberg, Kathy Andreoli, Jane Blaskovich. ROW 2: Ray Werst, Grant Roset, Erwin Struble, Earl Hurlburt, Danny Moses.Bart Campbell, President The Senior Class of 1967, un- der the influential guidance of its class officers, performed many successful functions throughout their stay at A. H. S. Among those to be remembered are the Junior Prom "South Pacific" which was worked on and attended enthusiastically by the class. This fall a success- ful Senior Reception was pre- sented to honor the faculty. With graduation approaching, plans are being made for our Senior Banquet and Baccalaur- eate. As students, we wish to express our gratitude for all that our Alma Mater has be- stowed upon us. Andy Harball, Vice-President Micki Bates, Secretary Mike Blume, Wini Wagner, Youth Center Representatives Seniors Represented by Capable Leaders 18DAVID ANDERSEN BOB BARONE CATHERINE BEALL MICH ALE BATES JANET BAUMGARTNER ROBERT BECK DAVID BLASKOVICH 19ROSE BLAZ MICHAEL BLUME DALE BREKKE BECKI BROUN PHIL BROWN WAYNE BROWNING ■ 20 JACKIE BOYLE PAM BROWN WARREN BUCY SUSAN BUTCHART PAT CONWELL 1LETA CURRIE r. BART CAMPBELL DALE CLARK FRANK COR ROSS DAVIDSON VAN CROWE DAYLE DEWING 21JIM DICKSON HENRY FABICH JANICE EK ELLEN FABICH MARY ANN EK STROM CHARLES FRANKOVICH ILONA FREEMAN 22BILL CRUBICH GARY GESSELE EARL GRAVES GLORIA HARDING MARC GREENOUGH JACK HARELAND GEORGE GEE DENNIS GEARY TOM GOLDEN 23LAURA HAROLD PAUL HARPER ANDY HARBALL TRUDY HERNAN LINDA HARRISON SUSAN HILTBRAND ROSE HUNGERFORD BARBARA HILTZ MARY ELLEN HOLM LUND 24DANNY JOHNSTON GERALD JOHNSTON DEBBIE JOHNSON ROBERTA JONES LEONARD KARGACIN VIRGINIA KAHM ALLAN KEENAN A NANCY JORONEN MALCOLM KEYES 25GEORGE KORTUM FRANK KUNKEL MARY LaFOREST ROBERT LAM PE KEITH LATHROPE JOHN MALCOLM 26RICHARD MILLER JOHN MINN EH AN TOM MICKEY NANCY MORRIS ED McCRATH JEFF MOSES SHIRLEY NEWELL WILLARD MOTT PAT NICHOLAS 27LINDA NILAND EILEEN OKKEN BILL NORTON BERTHA OLSON CANDY PADDOCK BERNARD PARROW 28ED PERRO JERRY PETERSON JUDY PINKHAM MARGARET RAIHL TOM POZEGA DON RANGITSCH MARGARET PATTERSON PAM PETERSON NANCY PRESKAR 2930PATTY ROUSE CAROLYN SCARBERRY SAND IE SLETTON ROBERT SALLE ROBERT SAMARDICH RICHARD SCHMIDT TERRY SHEAHAN ANNETTE SKOCLUND LENORE SKAKLES 31DAN SOLAN ROBERTA STEPHENS KAREN STROMMEN DAVID SNELL ROBERTA SPARR MARY ANN SOFTICH RITA STALLINGS JOHN STEWART TOM STIPECH 32NANCY STURDEVANT JOYCE SUNDBERC ERWIN STRUBLE SHARON THOMPSON SANDRA TUSS SUSAN TONKOVICH SANDRA VINCENT JANIE TUSS BEN VOORHIES iriWINIFRED WAGNER JIM WEIS JIM WEATHERMAN RUSSELL WHITE KATHY ZIEGLER KEN WOOD PAT WARD RAY WERST JANICE WROBLEROW 1: Wini Wagner, Kitty Beall, Susan Tonkovich, Sharon Thompson, Mary Ann Softich, Eileen Okken, Lura LeBlanc. ROW 2: Ileta Currie, Micki Bates, Pam Brown, Karen Strommen, Roberta Stephens, Debbie Johnson, Rita Stallings. ROW 3: Andy Harball, Bart Campbell, Bill Norton, Rick Schmidt, Ross Davidson, Dale Brekke, Leonard Kargacin. STUDENTS SHOW SCHOLASTIC ABILITY The National Honor Society was founded to stimulate scholarship and to recognize character, service, and lead- ership in the students of Anaconda Senior High. There are certain qualities necessary for admission to the society. Students must maintain a "B" average. They must show qualities of leadership, and enthusiasm for scholarship, and a desire to render further service. When students can meet these requirements, indeed, they deserve to be honored. STUDENTS NAMED MERIT FINALISTS The Merit Scholarship qualifying test was given to this year's seniors in the spring of their junior year. The scores of all students were compiled by the National Program on a comparative basis. Anaconda High School was proud to learn that two of its students were named merit scholars. Bill Norton, Mr. O'Leary, Andy HarballFOUR SENIORS ARE SELECTED FOR ALL-CONFERENCE HONOR The senior boys chosen for the A11-Con- ference team were Bob Barone, first team; and Dale Clark, Phil Brown, and Terry Sheahan, second team. Sportswriters and coaches picked the boys for their outstand- ing athletic ability and their contribution to the team. Terry Sheahan, Bob Barone, Phil Brown, Dale Clark HONOR A THLETE KAY HARRINGTON Each year, out of all of its senior members, G. A. A. selects honor athlete. The girl receiving this high award is one who has shown outstanding athletic ability, and has participated in all of the organization's activi- ties throughout her four years of membership. Because of her hard work and the time that she has given, the girl chosen is most deserving of the recognition. Each year GAA selects one of its Senior members to receive the coveted Kay Harrington Award. The girl receiving this award is one who has shown outstanding leadership in GAA throughout her four years of high school. She also has given enthusiastic support to every program of GAA from sports to donating her time sell- ing at the concession stand during games. Roberta Stephens Rosie Blaz Dale Clark, Bob Barone, Dan Reilly THREE ARE NOMINATED FOR COLEY VA UGHN A WARD These three boys are the nominees for the Coley Vaughn Award which is given each year by the "A" club on the basis of scholastic, athletic and leadership ability. The recipient of this award receives a $100 scholarship. The Coley Vaughn Award was started by "A" club in 1952 in memory of former coach Coley Vaughn.STUDENTS COMPETE FOR ELK’S SCHOLARSHIP Senior students of A. H. S. are given the opportunity each year to participate in a scholarship contest sponsored by the Be- nevolent and Protective Order of Elks. Students participating in this contest are judged on the basis of resourcefulness, perseverance, citizenship, and scholarship. Those students winning on a city level are then able to compete on a state level. ROW 1: Sharon Thompson, Kitty Beall, Pam Brown. ROW 2: Andy Harball, Bart Campbell, Dale Brekke, Bill Norton, Ross Davidson. KITTY RECEIVES D.A.R., BETTY CROCKER A WARDS During the year Sandie traveled with the speech team to participate in invitational speech meets throughout the state. She claimed her third first place trophy in oral interpretation early in the season, marking the beginning of a successful year. Sandie was truly a credit to the speech team. SANDIE CAPTURES FIRSTS Kitty Beall Kitty received the Betty Crocker award because of the high score she re- ceived on the test administered to the senior girls. Her test was entered in the state competition where she competed against the winners from other schools in the state. The DAR Good Citizen Award was awarded to Kitty Beall tor outstanding qualities of leadership, patriotism, service, and dependability. A test, which she took following her selection in Anaconda, was sent in to the state competition. Sandie SlettonROW 1: Susan Tonkovich, second place for girls; Roberta Stephens, Eileen Okken, Karen Strommen, Janice Ek, and Winifred Wagner, first place for girls. ROW 2: Terry Sheahan, Bart Campbell, second place for boys, Leonard Kargacin, Dale Brekke, and Bill Norton. Elks Leadership Participants This contest, sponsored by the Elks, is the height of ambition for many senior stu- dents. Competition is based on leadership, character, initiative, organizational abil- ities, and civic and community activities. Winners of the city contest advance to the state contest and then to the national contest to compete for a thousand dollar award. Three Anaconda High seniors placed in the local contest this year. Girl and Boy Staters In the spring of their junior year, these students were chosen as dele- gates to Girls' and Boys' State. While attending the sessions, they had practical experience in government on state and local levels, visits from state officers, and patriotic programs. The week they spent there and the friends they made will always be re- membered. Girls’ Nation Delegate Wini Wagner ROW 1: Wini Wagner, Debbie Johnson, Eileen Okken. ROW 2: Terry Sheahan, Mike Blume, Andy Harball. Wini Wagner and Kim Rice of Missoula Hellgate were chosen to represent Montana Girls State in Washington D. C. last summer. Girls Nation is sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. One hundred girls from the United States attended and gained experience in government on the national level. While in Washington D. C. they also made several sight seeing trips and were visited by political figures. Wini’s office at Girls' Nation was Chief of the Forest Service.Junior Class Officers Ron Vetter, president; Liana Ehlafald, secretary; Rick Martin, vice-president. The junior class of 1966-67 was one of vibrant energy and great vitality. During the year they displayed their fine spirit by entering a float in the Homecoming parade, and successfully winning over the seniors in the annual Powder-Puff game. Ron Vetter, president; Liana Ehlafald, secretary; Rick Martin, vice-president; put forth the enthusiasm needed to make the junior year a memorable one. The juniors sponsored dances and other successful projects in order to raise money for their prom, which was the highlight of the year. Youth Center Board Representatives Patty Harrity and Ron Vetter re- presented the Junior Glass at the Youth Center Board meetings. Ron and Patty helped to plan the Youth Center dances. Patty was on the finance committee and worked with other members of the the committee for the financial planning of the dances. Ron served on the entertainment committee . Its purpose was to get the bands for the dances. Without these representatives the Youth Center would not have been such a success . 40 Patty Harrity and Ron Vetter.Jacqueline Allen Bonnie Anderson Nancy Anderson Katherine Jane Smile your're on Spastic Spotlight! Andreoli Blaskovich Richard Judith Barkell Blaz Fred Stan Bjorklund Blaz Mary Kay Bliele Michael Blotkamp Lynda Boehler Jackie Boise Robert Bcskovich Sharon Boucher Edna Bowers Katherine Briggs Jeri Brooks Leonard Brown Darrell Brugman Wendy Bucholz Shirley Caldwell Rhonda Campbell Patty Ann Carraher Virginia Carroll John Caton Barbara Clark 41Mike Corr Dale Cortright Lester Crowe Donna Dauterman Lurie Davies Jim DeWaters Bil) Donahue Martha Douglas Alice Driggs Cathy Dunn Liana Ehlafald Linda Ek Bill Elliott Audrey Engbrecht John Ewan Rose Field Walter Fitzgerald April Flachmeyer Joy Sharon Francie Ford Foster Galle Darrell John Terrance Fortner Frazer Galle Roberta Pamela Victoria Foster Frey Galle 42 Mama said there would be days like this.Don Goforth Marie Golden Joseph Gors he Maurice Hamill Jay Harding William Harris Patty Harrity Cynthia Hartsell Jack Hatcher Drop that flag once more and you're out of the parade. Judith Haugen John Heapy Jack Helsper Sandra Henderson Larry Hintz Ron Ingram Rick Ivankovich Bonnie Jolmson Dale Johnson David Johnson Howard Johnson Dianne Joseph Claris Juring Aaron Kitchell Ken Kopp Sherry Kopp Ken Kovacich Robert Kovacich 43Alberta Krause Laura LaSalle Mike Lujan Rick Martin Shirley Massett Shirley Mienke Barbara Miller Michael Miller Laurel Millhouse Look up once more group, and you will all get a F. Randy Monroe Jack Morley Dan Moses Norman Motland Carolyn Murray Linda Myers Roberta McCabe Alan McDermott Jack McGreevy Carol McLain Herbert Nepine Ron Nicholas Marilyn Nogle Larry Nord Dean O'Ber Marlene Olson Gene Opp Jack Orrino 44Mary Orino Linda Otto Marion Ouldhouse Terry Ann Painter Alan Parks Ann Pearson Mary Jo Petruska Steve Pinkam Joyce FVothero Linda FVothero Mary Raihl Jolin Rangitch Dennis Reilly Dan Ricci Donald Ricci Linda Riesland Micheal Robinson Arthur Rod John Carol Dave Ruane Rustad Schaefer James Susan Shirley Rusinski Richardson Schmieding Cathy Darlene Linda Russell Sager Schnabel v 45 Our brand had 83% fewer cavities.John Sestrich Jo Ann Shandorf Montana Louise Siders Kathleen Smith Cynthia Smyth John Snell Joan Softich Mike Softich Leslie Stone Lynn Strand Charles Strong Mike Sullivan John Swanson John Taylor Ron Vetter Henry Villa Douglas Violette David Waldrup Don Ward Marie Welch Caroline Westin Cindy Wilke rson Larry Wood Laurie Dell Wood Jim Yeoman Beverley Crowe Don Hughes 46 You say that you have a problem?Carol Jense Noreen Nordholm Kathy McNeill David Smith Bottom's up! Charles Sundburg John Wink Larry Nord Casey Reilly Susan was chosen as Honor Cadet for 1966-67. She was chosen on the basis of her ability and her contributions to the drill team in the past year. Casey was chosen by coaches and sports writers of Montana as first team half-back on the all-conference team; Larry was chosen as a guard on the second teamSophomore Class Officers Tom Fitzpatrick, vice president; Marsha Stokke, secretary- treasurer; Clint Rouse, president. The Sophomore Class this year was one of the largest classes in the history of AHS. They contributed much to the spirit of our school . They built a float for the Home- coming parade, with the theme "Three Men in a Tub." They raised money by sponsoring a food sale and having a dance at Youth Center. All in all, this class was a credit to AHS and will continue to be so in the futurq. Youth Center Board Representatives The Youth Center Board re- presentatives from the Sopho- more Class were Ellen Rosenleaf and Art Mclean . Art was on the Entertainment Committee to get a band for each dance. Ellen was in charge of scheduling dances and making the rules. The representatives did a good job and helped keep the Youth Center going at a strong pace. Art McLean and Ellen Rosenleaf, Youth Center Representatives. 48Catherine Adams Charles Allen William Allen Kathy Amaya Patty Anderson Robert Anderson Russell Anderson Mary Jean Andreoli LaVonne Arvish Vicky Barkell Toni Barker Cheryl Barthule Zale Benson Danny Bcrtsch Walter Bishop Carl Bljskovich Sandra Blasingame Jenny Blaz Working hard, Sophomores? Margaret Blaz Jennifer Blume Larry Bock Rodney Bodeen Patricia Borrowman Marinell Boscovich Mark Bossard Jeanie Boyer Ken Boyer Dale Campbell Mike Campbell Vicki Carlson Randy Castonguay Joyce Christensen Janice Clark 49Sharon Deakin Debbie Dewing Robert DeTonancour Jamie Dewing Mike Dunn John Durkin Kevin Ekstrom Robert Estill Thomas Estill Dianne Evans Donna Everett Robert Fitzgerald LaRae Fike Thomas Fitzpatrick John Forkan John Foster Edith Frailey Ellen Frailey Sandra Evans 50Helen Gonzales Catherine Grubich Marilyn Gutcheck Dan Harball Nancy Harball Tom Heffernan Beth Harmon Bill Helsper Sheri Horsfall Jack Hungerford Dennis Hutzenbiler Nancy Hurlbert Barbara Jacobs Delia Ingwerson Marilyn Jacobson Irene Johnson Arlene Johnston Carol Johnston 51Amber Krause James Lake Orville LaTray Tom Laughlin Neil Ledbetter Linda Liddell Patricia Lovell Tim Magness Gary Maki Barrie Malcolm Debra Massett Harry Massett Linda Massey Ken Mickelberry Dorothy Mienke Gregory Miller Jacalyn Miller John Moe Neal Mogren Jason Morales Arlan a Moreland James Morley Don't just sit there. Mary Morris Debra Moses John Murphy Candace Murray Bobbie MacEacheron Lynn McConnaha Arthur McLean Christine McMonigle Nicki Nichols Bonnie Niland Lori Nugent 52Don Nyquist Cheryl O'Brien Charles O'Donnell Gloria Olsen Roger Olson Chris Paddock James Paddock Tony Palm Fred Parizeau Marianne Parks Kris Pearson Gabriel Peltier Joseph Perro Gary Petruska Nancy Philips Do something!!!!!!!!!! Ruth Reiss Tom Reiss Kay Riesland Pat Rigney Gail Poland Ben Poston Loren Regan Sandra Rigney Wesley Riley Nita Ritthaler Carla Roberts Ronnie Roberts Audrey Robinson Bill Robinson Ellen Rosenleaf Clint Rouse Peter Salle Einar Samuell 53Steve Shepard Carol Sletton Dan Sletton Betty Smallwood Bob Smith Florence Smyth Joy Smith Marie Solan Ted Spanbauer Nancy Stavanja Marsha Stokke ft ft Charlene Swihart Emily Tauscher Gilbert Tauscher Regina Tesdal Joe Strelnik William Strelnik Nancy Swan Ron Surina Lorraine Thiel Bob Todorovich Lorie Trollope Steve Tuss Rosemary Violette Gary Vauthier John Vuicich James Walker 545558 Band Students 1st CLARINET Carol McLain Leone Schmidt Kay Bleile 2nd CLARINET Sharon Thompson Linda Massey Barbara Haugen Chris Carlson 3rd CLARINET Bonnie Johnson Arlana Moreland Margaret Raihl Mike Sbragia Lynn Blackburn 1st CORNET John Caton Jim Harold 2nd CORNET Loretta Parrow Bob Eide Charles O'Donnell 3rd CORNET Bill Wood Bill Wind Steve Kuffner Larry Dilulo ALTO SAXOPHONE Andy Harball Dorothy Mienke Helen Hammond Danny Dienstman Sharon Boucher TENOR SAXOPHONE Darlene Keyes Nancy Harball BARITONE SAXOPHONE Jim Weatherman BASS CLARINET Kathy Andreoli BASSOON Leonard Kargacin.Display Talent BRASS QUINTET FRENCH HORN Marilyn Nogle Debbie Massett Arnold Nogle FLUTES Joyce Westgard Carol Johnston Carol Sletton Irene Johnston Diana Keto Sandy Rigney OBOE Alberta Krause BARITONE Dan Harball Phil McLain TROMBONE John Snell Dow Keyes Kevin Campana Nancy Caton BASSES Dave Snell Ron Fischer Bill McKinley PERCUSSION Brant Hinsbert Chuck Wallace Audrey Robinson Donna Everett Ray Fleming Hal Day Donnald Ulstad TIMPANI Jeanne Westgard CLARINET QUINTET 59Chorus Entertains at Christmas and Spring Concerts ROW 1: Larry Hintz, James Weis, John Sestrich. ROW 2: Marie Golden, Nita Ritthaler, Jackie Boyle, Chris Smith, Patti Lovell, Tom Estill, Ronnie Surina, Lester Crowe, Carol Scarberry, Linda Niland, Ellen Fabich, Bobbi Fox, Charlene Swihart, Dean Naylor, Director. ROW 3: Nancy Wyant, Iva Johnston, Linda Harrison, Joy Smith, Eileen Okken, Ginny Kahm, Bob Estill, Lynn McConnaha, Judy Johnson, Linda Barney, Laura Harold, Linda Reissland, Vickie Carlson. ROW 4: Linda Prothero, Patty Anderson, Sheri Horsfall, Debbie Moses, Gloria Harding, Jane Blaskovich, John Cates, Calvin Kostelecky, Ed Garnett, Caroline Westin, Judy Fode, Marsha Stokke, Darlene Sager, Lorie Trollope. Do. . .Re. . .Mi. . .Fa. . .Sol! These music-loving students of AHS had a great time performing for their fellow students and for public events. The Christmas and Pop Concerts drew large,enthusiastic crowds. Solos, duets, trios, and quartets,plus the whole chorus went to Butte for the District Music Festival. Calendars were sold to raise funds for materials and equipment. A hayride was held in the fall, which turned out to be a big success. Orchestra ROW 1: Karen Strommen, Kathy Manson, Kathy Briggp, Darla Johnson, Lucinda Miller, Robin Brooks. ROW 2: Carrie Murray, Keith Kaye, Marvin Carlson, Aaron Ravndal, Sandy Evans, Joyce Westgard, Carol McLain, Sharon Thompson, Terri Schnabal, Linda Anderson, Arthur Rod, Jeri Brooks. ROW 3: Carol Comstock, Diane Gustafson, Christine Crowe, Bill Wind, Phil McLain, Jim Harold, Marilyn Nogle, John Snell, Dow Keyes, Leonard Kargacin, Lori McMonigle. ROW 4: Miss Ruth Gustafson, instructor; Audrey Robinson; Chuck Wallace; Lavonne Arvish. The hard work and practice of these musicians has been shown in their performances, given in conjunction with the chorus and band. Members of the orchestra attended the District Music Festival held last spring in Butte. Some of the more advanced students participated in the Butte Civic Symphony. 60Drill Team Performances Add Color to Half Time Left! Right! Left! Right! Stepping high and perfect formations was the theme of this popular group. The Copper Cadettes performed for many football and basketball games, giving the fans a variety of entertainment from marching routines to dance numbers. The attractive blue and white uniforms added to the appearance of these sharp-looking girls. ROW 1: Shirley Schmeiding; Miss Meuchel, instructor; Roberta Stephens. ROW 2: Kathy Smith, Audrey Eng- brecht, Linda Schnabel, Alice Driggs, Barbara Miller, Ginny Carroll, Cyndie Hartsell, Susan Richardson, Caroline Westin. ROW 3: Kathy Gardner, Lynda Boehler, Cathy Dunn, Cynthia Smyth, Nancy Phillips, Marsha Stokke, Marie Welch, Carol Rustad, Mary Jo Pctruska, Cindy Wilkerson. ROW 4: Jackie Boise, Marilyn Gutchek, Jeanne Boyer, Vickie Barkell, Marianne Parks, LaRae Fike, Kris Pearson, Ruth Ann Reiss, Jackie Allen, Mary Jean Andreoli, Jennie Blume. 61ROW 1: Roberta McCabe, secretary; Susan Tonkovich, president; Lura LeBlanc, vice-president. ROW 2: Nonie Skakles, Carol Rustad, Alice Driggp, Kathleen Gardner, Kris Pearson, Mary Orrino, Kitty Beall, Nancy Sturdevant, Jennie Blume. ROW 3: Jeannie Boyer, Marsha Stokke, Cyndie Hartsell, Barbara Clark, Janice Clark, Wini Wagner, Micki Bates, Barbara Miller, Bobbi Stephens, Eileen Okken, Marie Welch. Key Club and Keyettes Stage Homecoming Members of the Key Club, a civic group sponsored by Kiwanis, sponsored the annual AHS Homecoming in conjunction with Keyettes, their counterpart. The Key Club met with the Deer Lodge Key Club in November and held a Kiwanis-Key Club dinner in December. Selling candy and various other fund raising campaigns provided for the annual scholarship sponsored by both groups . Also, the Key Club donated money toward gifts for the servicemen in Viet Nam. The Keyettes organized the honor guard for football and basketball games, honored the parents of the senior basketball players, and helped in various civic duties. ROW 1: Leonard Kargacin, secretary; Dale Brekke, president; Bob Kovacich, treasurer; Frank Kunkel, vice-president; Jim Yeoman, sgt. at arms. ROW 2: John Ewan, Leonard Brown, Dave Anderson, Dan Moses, Mike Blume, Tom Heffeman, Stephen Tuss, Rick Martin. ROW 3: Andy Harball, Bob Beck, Dan Harball, Bart Campbell, Howie Johnson, Clint Rouse, Dale Clark, Tom Fitzpatrick, Stan Blaz. —F.H.A. Serve Coffee Hours ROW 1 : Delia Ingwerson, Ivel Bogue, Judy Blaz, Marinell Boskovich, Mary Pat Morris, Ginny Carroll, Susan Hildbrand, Regina Tesdahl, Terry Hiltebrant, Margie Blaz. ROW 2: Emily Tauscher, Florence Smyth, Sherry Horsfall, Ruth Ann Reiss, Janice Clark, Arlene Johnston, Kathy Adams, Mary Hodges, Cheryl Siebenaler, Jackie Boyle. ROW 3: Toni Barker, Pat Borrowman, Helen Gonzales, Gloria Riley, Joyce Sundberg, Betty Smallwood, Gloria Harding, Nita Ritthaler, Ellen Frailly. ROW 4: Nancy Swan, Bonnie Niland, Coleen Kamps, Rhonda Campbell, Cheryl Siebenaler, Brenda Currie, Joyce Prothero, Laura Harold, Jackie Combs, Edith Frailly. These energetic girls performed the tasks of serving small lunches to the faculty during their coffee hour after school. Guided by Mrs. Swanson, the girls have learned the basic knowledge of homemaking. Most of the girls were in the home ec classes at AHS. Speech Club Participates in Many Meets ROW 1: Christine McMonigle, Bobbi Stephens, Linda Boehler, Sandra Henderson, Marilyn Jacobson, Ellen Rosenleaf. ROW 2: Ray Werst, Cathy Russell, Jeri Brooks, Barbara Hiltz, Susant Tonkovich, Linda Otto, Kathy Schalk, Carrie Murray, Patty Harrity, Laurie Dell Wood. ROW 3: John Snell, Mike Miller, Jack Helspar, Grant Reset, Sandie Sletton, Wini Wagner, Tom Fitzpatrick, Dave Anderson. From Mark Twain's humorous selection, "Taming of a Guide" to resolved: That the U.S. foreign aid should be limited to non-military aid, the school's speech and debate team members have shown their abilities time and time again in invitational meets all over the state. They climaxed the year by their superb showing at the district and state meets.G.A.A. Sponsors Many Activities Usherettes ROW 1: Carol Campana, Barbara Hiltz, Bobbi Stephens, Eileen Okken. ROW 2: Rosie Blaz, Roberta Sparr, Susan Tonkovich, Nonie Skakles, Kathy Frankovich. Sweater Club ROW 1: Carol Campana, president; Barbara Hiltz, trea- surer; Nonie Skakles, secretary; Susan Tonkovich, vice- president. ROW 2: Wini Wagner, Annette Skoglund, Eileen Okken, Bobbi Stephens, Rosie Blaz. The G.A.A. is one of the more active clubs in our high school. Sponsoring Grid Iron, Sadie Hawkins, the Sno-ball, and various sports are a few of the activities carried on by this group. Being the largest club of AHS, much organization is needed to plan and carry out all of these events . In spite of problems this past year, they have proved they can cope with all situations. Those girls who obtain the required number of points are eligible to be in the Sweater Club and Usherettes during their senior year. The Usherettes maintained order at football and basketball games throughout the year. 64ROW Is Miss Meuchel, advisor; Shirley Schmeiding, point secretary; Bobbi Stephens, secretary; Rosie Blaz, president; Eileen Okken, vice-president; Alice Driggs, treasurer. ROW 2: Ilona Freeman, Wini Wagner, Kathy Frankovich, Roberta Sparr, Barbara Hiltz, Nonie Skakles, Susan Tonkovich, Annette Skoglund, Nancy Sturdevant. ROW 3: Kitty Beall, Janice Ek, Karen Strommen, Debbie Johnson, Becki Brohn, Micki ttates, Pam Brown, Sandie Sletton, Carol Scarberry, Janet Baumgartner, Mary Ann Softich, Rita Stallings, Trudy He man. ROW 1: Miss Meuchel, Liana Ehlafald, Roberta McCabe, Donna Dauterman, Cyndie Hartsell, Marie Welch, Cindy Wilkereon, Rose Fields, Linda Schnable, Cathy Russell, Jackie Allen, Lurie Davies. ROW 2: Patty Harrity, Joan Softich, Laurie Dell Wood, Barbara Miller, Alice Driggp, Barbara Clark, Carol Rustad, Mary Orrino, Mary Jo Petruska, Cindy Smyth, Linda Otto. ROW 3: Jane Blaskovich, Audrey Engbrecht, Nancy Anderson, Ginny Carroll, Joyce Prothero, Caroline Westm, |ana Aiders, Susan Richardson, Shirley Schmeiding, Dianne Joseph, Cathy Dunn, Bonnie Johnson, Kathy Smith. G.A.A. ROW 1: Irene Johnson, Charlene Swihart, Barbara Jacobs, Becki Crum, Florence Smyth, Marilyn Jacobson, Sandi Ward, Vickie Barkell, Mary Pat Morris, Kathy Schalk, Kay Reiseland. ROW 2: Debbie Moses, Dorthy Mienke, Linda Massey, Kathy Gardner, Kris Pearson, Marsha Stokke, Janice Clark, Jennie Blume, Betty Smallwood, Rose Marie Scofield, Carol Connor, Miss Meuchel, Instructor. ROW 3: Ellen Rosenleaf, Debbie Gardner, Helen Gonzales, Donna Everett, Joyce West- card Marianne Parks, Pat Borrowman, Marilyn Gutcheck, Arlene Johnston, Carol Petrovich, Joyce Christiansen. ROW 4: Jeanne Boyer, Ruth Ann Reiss, Jean Westgard, Debbie Massett, Nancy Phillips, Hether Davidson, Kathy Crubich, LaRae Fike, Jackie Miller, Brenda Currie, Leonne Schmidt, Patty Anderson, Sherry Horsfall, Lori Nugent.ROW 1. Ron Vetter, Pat Nicholes, Rick Martin, Bob Barone, George Gee, Jack Harland, Dan Ricci, Wayne Browning, Mac Williams, Art McLean, ROW 2: Mike Blume, Terry Sheahan, Ken Reiss, John Frazer, Ron Nickolas, Leonard Brown, Tim Magness, Casey Reilly, Chuck Williams. ROW 3: Bill Norton, Bob Samardich, Jerry Peterson, Dan Solan, Marc Creenough, Steve Pink- ham, Darrell Brugman, Jimmy DeWaters, Bob Todorovich. ROW 4: Bart Campbell. Dave John- am, Laiyy Nord, Bob Boskovich, George Kortum, Doug Storer, Bill Allen, Mick Robinson. ROW 5: Jim Yeoman, Dan Reilly, Bill Donahue, Howie Johnson, Orville LaTray, BUI Grubich. Dale Clark, PhU Brown. “A ” Club Boys skUlful at dribbling a basketball, throwing a javelin, and tackling an opponent, have the honor of be- longing to "A" Club. Lettermen or those achieving awards in athletics are entitled to membership. Its purpose is that of inspiring a greater interest in sports. Whack!.! !! This could only be the sound of a paddle quieting an unruly spectator or a by-stander. Senior mem bers ot A Club are the privUeged few who may carry a paddle to maintain order at sports events. Paddle Club Keeps Order A t Games ROW 1: BUI Grubich, Terry Sheahan, Jack Hareland, George Kortum, Phil Brown, Dan Reilly, Bart Campbell, Bill Norton, Dale Clark. ROW 2: Mike Blume, Wayne Browning, Jerry Peterson, Marc Creenough, Dan Solan, Bob Barone, George Gee, Ken Reiss.ROW 1: Russell Anderson, John Forkan, Tony Palm, Larry Hintz, Rick Martin, John Vuicich, Tom Kelly, Don Nyquist, Tom Fitzpatrick. ROW 2: Christina McMonigle, Jamie Dewing, Debbie Gard- ner, Kathy Smyth, Rosie Blaz, Sandie Sletton, Daylc Dewing, Carol Connors, Ellen Rosenleaf, Kathy Gardner, Kris Pearson, Susan Richardson, LaRae Fike, Arlene Johnston. ROW 3: John Moe, Jack Helspar, Linda Massey, Marilyn Jacobson, Candy Murray, Debbie Dewing, Leonne Schmidt, Jackie Miller, Sandy Evans, Helen Gonzales, Jennie Blume, Shirley Mienke, Lynn Strand, Sharon Thompson, Clint Rouse. Spanish Club ROW 1-Dennis Hutzenbeater, Mark Woirhaye, Robin Crist, Dale Campbell, Charlie O'Donnel, Greg Miller, Mike Lueck, Roger Olson, Sparky McLain, ROW 2-Linda Petrovich, Gail Poland, Wanda Wyant, Linda Woirhaye, Donna Everett, Marsha Stokke, Rosie Violet, Nancy Harball, Lura LeBlanc, Debbie Johnson, Sandy Risenhower, Vickie Barkell, Tiger Blasingamc, Charlene Swihart, ROW 3-Laurie Dell Wood, Liana Ehlafald, Jean Westgard, Debbie Masset, Dorothy Mienke, Penny Stanley, Lorraine Trial, Patsy Petrovich, Marie Solan, Bobbi MacEacheron, Chris Smith, Sandy Ward, Jackie Combs, Patti Lovell French Club ROW 1-Lester Crowe, Gary Vauthier, Joe Parrow, Charles Allen, Gene Opp, Kevin Ekstrom, Larry Boch, Mike Softich, Bill Donahue, ROW 2-Marilyn Nogle, Rhonda Campbell, Kathy Briggs, Joyce Westgard, Carol Sletton, Joyce Smith, Iva Johnston, Debbie Moses, Kathy Grubich, Lori Nugent, Rose Marie Schofield, Jennie Blaz, Peggy Glover, Mary Orrino, ROW 3-Mary Jean Andrioli, Barbara Jacobs, Jane Blaskovich, Becky Crum, Leslie Stone, Gloria Olson, Joy Ford, Linda Schnable, Caro- line West in, Shirley Schmeiding, Judi Johnson, Francie Galle, Hether Davison, Nancy Philipps, Linda Otto, Donna DautermanProjection Club Lights out... action!! ! Learning to operate photo- graphic equipment, fol- lowed by actual duties at school and presenting films for organizations around town, these boys and girls have put their time in- to a worthwhile hobby. ROW 1: Peggy Reiss, Mary Pat Morris, Kathy Schalk, Rhonda Seibel, Dayle Dew- ing, ROW 2: JoAnn Shandorf, Frank Kunkel, John Swanson, Robin Crist, John Fitzpatrick, John Sestrich, Dennis Geary. Science Club Members of the Science Club were the students entering projects in the District Science Fair. This group worked hard and long in the prepara- tion of their projects. The projects included physics, chemistry, mathematics, and biology. ROW 1: Kathy Schalk, Marsha Stokke, Janice Ek, Kris Pearson, Kris Smith, Patti Lovell, Joyce Westgard, Delia Ingwerson, ROW 2: Marianne Parks, Rick Schmidt, Ross Davidson, Dale Brekke, Bob Fitzgerald, Tom Fitzpatrick, John Moe, Mark Woirhaye, John Durkin, John Gates, Lynn McConnaha. ROW 1: Carrie Murray, Lynda Bart Campbell, Frank Kunkel, Boehler, Judy Haugen, ROW 2: Bob Andy Harball, Rick Schmidt. Samardich, Chess Club Checkmate! ! Kings, queens, pons, and bishops are part of the vocabulary concerning this intellectual game. Con- centration and skill are the major ingredients of playing chess. Many hours were spent by this group over a board of chess.Copperheads Build Impressive Grid Squad ROW 1-Casey Reilly, Larry Nord, Dan Reilly, Terry Sheahan, Dan Solan, Bob Barone, Dale Clark, Marc Greenough, Jack Hareland, Phil Brown, Bill Norton, Jim Yeoman, Mike Blume, and Ron Nicholas. ROW 2- Coach Charles Williams, Bill Allen, Bob Todorovich, Bob Samardich, George Gee, John Frazer, Mick Robinson, Doug Storer, Bob Boskovich, Bill Donahue, Darrell Brugman, Dave Johnson, Leonard Brown, Tom Laughlin, Dan Ricci, Arthur MacLean, Assistant Coach Fred Moodry. ROW 3-Ron Vetter, Tim Magness, Dave Whaley, Jim DeWaters, Tom Heffernan, Neil Morgan, John Swanson, Marty Dunne, Rick Barkell, Charlie Allen, Mack Williams, Rodney Bodine, Elinar Samuell, Kevin Ekstrom, Rick Martin, and Assistant Coach Paul Sullivan. The Copperheads grid squad started the season this year with three straight wins. In the first game against the tough Billings Central squad the Copper- heads swept the field with a 20-0 victory. Twenty- seven to thirteen was the final score in the second game between the Copperheads and the Park County Rangers. The next big event that the Copperheads had to face was Homecoming, when they met the tough, fast Bozeman team. The Hawks slipped by A. H. S. with a score of 27- 13. This loss was a great let-down for the mighty Copperheads, but their spirit was still high, and they went on to put down the Butte Central Maroons by a score of 13-6. This victory put the Copperheads back in the running for conference champs. Assistant coaches: Fred Moodry, Paul Sullivan. Chuck Williams, the Copperhead head coach, gave Anaconda the most successful season in the last 10 years.DALE CLARK, the A.H.S. center on the line, showed great offensive moves as he opened the holes for the small Copperhead backs to break through. MARC GREENOUGH, the play-caller of the Copperhead offense, showed great desire and skill as he led the Copperheads to one of their most successful seasons. Coaches give co-captain Bob Barone last minute instructions. BOB BARONE, a 5 foot 6 inch senior, proved to be the backbone of the Copperheads offense this season as he racked up more than 100 yards per game.BILL NORTON, perhaps the most underrated of all the Copperheads, did a fine job on the line as an offensive blocker and play leader. JACK HARELAND was perhaps the leading blocker and defensive man for the Anaconda team. He played a real fine offensive game, but showed best when he was aiding the defensive eleven. BOB SAMARDICH played most of his ball as a reserve, but when he was needed on the Anaconda line you could count on him giving a real fine effort. Conference Schedule ANACONDA 20 BILLINGS 0 ANACONDA 27 LIVINGSTON 13 ANACONDA 13 BOZEMAN 27 ANACONDA 13 BUTTE CENTRAL 6 ANACONDA 33 HARDIN 0 ANACONDA 20 LAUREL 21 Senior Backfield: Mike Blume, Dan Solan, Bob Barone, Buzzy Greenough, and Dale Claik.GEORGE GEE, the Copperhead ad reserve center, who was a fine "heads up" ballplayer, proved to be a vital part of the Anacon- da offensive unit. MIKE BLUME, Copperhead reserve back, scored numerous last minute touchdowns and was a great asset to the team. PHIL BROWN proved to be the key blocker on offense and one of the out- standing defensive players for the Copperheads during the past season. Copperheads warm up before Livingston game.TERRY SHEA HAN was the main receiver for the Copperhead's offensive unit, and was leading down-field blocker. DAN SOLAN, the versatile fullback for the Copperheads, did a terrific job for the offense this year as he rushed for the tough yardage when it was really needed. DAN REILLY, the punter and kick- off man for the Copperheads, was the wonder horse of the team. Greenough pitches back to half back.Enthusiastic Copperhead Fans Led by Varsity Cheerleaders WINI WAGNER, Senior LURA LeBLANC, SeniorCOPPERHEADS VARSITY RECEIVES FA VORABLE RATINGS ROW 1: Ron Nicholas, Clint Rouse, Jim Yeoman, BillGrubich, George Kortum, Casey Reilly, Bob Barone. ROW 2: John Cheek, coach; Bob Todorovich, Dale Clark, Bill Donahue, Orville LaTray, Mike Monroe, man- ager; Paul Sullivan, assistant coach. SCHEDULE Dec. 3 Anaconda 64 Deer Lodge 54 Dec. 4 Anaconda 40 Livingston 54 Dec. 9 Anaconda 62 Missoula Sentinel 85 Dec. 10 Anaconda 50 Anaconda Central 61 Dec. 16 Anaconda 61 Missoula Hellgate 65 Dec. 17 Anaconda 46 Helena High 50 Jan. 6 Anac onda 55 Billing’s Senior 74 Jan. 7 Anaconda 59 Billing's West 81 Jan. 13 Anaconda 41 Butte Central 64 Jan. 14 Anaconda 52 Missoula Sentinel 67 Jan. 20 Anaconda 44 Billing’s Senior 82 Jan. 21 Anaconda 41 Billing's West 61 Jan. 27 Anaconda 60 Missoula Hellgate 62 Jan. 28 Anaconda 49 Butte High 55 Feb. 3 Anaconda 73 Kalispell 54 Feb. 4 Anaconda 61 Libby 59 Feb. 10 Anaconda 60 Deer Lodge 56 Feb. 11 Anaconda 63 Butte High 70 Feb. 17 Anaconda 49 Kalispell 63 Feb. 18 Anac onda 45 Libby 66 Feb. 24 Anaconda 47 Helena High 64 Feb. 25 Anaconda 59 Butte Central 47 COACH JOHN CHEEK After starting the year with an inexperi- enced team, the Copperheads, led by coach John Cheek, were able to com- plete the basketball season with a favor- able rating. They were led by 4 seniors who provided a great deal of depth which proved valuable throughout the season.GEORGE KORTUM: the most im- proved of all the members of the varsity, he showed his great ability and desire in all the games. He was the other fine forward. DALE CLARK: the Copperheads' center turned in many fine perform- ances during the season as he faced all the men of the big 32 conference. A Copperhead goes high for a rebound in Anaconda Central game. BILLGRUBICH: the Copperheads' captain, who finally came through late last year, proved a vital part of the starting five for the Anaconda High team. BOB BARONE: the smallest of the Copperheads this year, he provided the extra boosts in the rough spots when needed.Rouse shoots from the outside, Yeoman anticipating the tip. Yeoman goes up for two. Nicholas scores from the key. Rouse sinks two against Knights. Grubich clears the boards. Final instructions before the Game“B” Squad Has Successful Season BOTTOM: L to R: Ken Boyer, Dennis Hutzenbiler, Arthur McLean, Tom Kelly, Kevin Ekstrom, Mac Williams, Ted Spanbauer, Willie Strelnik. TOP: Carl Blaskovich; Manager. Joe Strelnik, Mark Bossard, John Moe, Howie Johnson, Marty Dunn, Tom Laughlin, Mr. Paul Sullivan, Coach. Girls Cheer B-Squad to Victory MARY JEAN ANDREOLI, KRIS PEARSON, SANDY BLASINCAME, MARILYN JACOBSON, JENNIE BLUME 79Track Squad Shows Much Talent VAULTERS and JUMPERS: ROW 1 -Mike Blume, Bob Barone, Ron Nicholes, Wayne Browning. ROW 2 - Jim DeWaters, Bill Grubich, George Kortum, Jim Yeoman, Jerry Peterson. Mr. John Cheek Mr. Charles Williams Mr. Paul Sullivan The Copperheads track team looked fine again this season with many of last years lettermen returning to represent their school. The coaches and the participants put much work into developing a fine track squad, and they have done just that. The students and faculty are extremely proud that they are represented by such a group of athletes in the Western Division. 80 HURDLERS and SPRINTERS: Casey Reilly, Bob Barone, Terry Sheahan.FIELD EVENTS: Casey Reilly, Dale Clark, Dan Reilly, Ron Nicholes, Marc Greenough LONG DISTANCE: Ken Reiss, Bart Campbell, Howie Johnson, George Kortum, Orville LaTray Cross Country Although Cross Country is pri- marily a conditioning sport, in many of the cities of Montana it is fast becoming a popular school activity. The Copperhead team, led by senior captain Ken Reiss, turned in a good year as they posted wins in nearly all of their meets. Although the team was plagued with inexperience, they showed the great determination that is needed to excel. Fine runners this year included senior, Ken Reiss; junior, Howie Johnson; and sophomore, Orvalle La Tray; all of whom earned their letters for the event this past year.ROW Is Ed Perro, Rick Martin, Don Davis, Charles Allen, Pat Nicholes, Rodney Bodeen. ROW 2: I erry Sheahan, Jack Hareland, Larry Nord, Bob Samardich, Jim Dickson, Phil Brown. Wrestlers Display Ability JACK HARELAND COACH FRED MOODRY TERRY SHEAHANBOB SAMARDICH ED PERRO JIM DICKSON PAT NICHOLES PHIL BROWN FRANK KUNKEL 83Copper Catalinas Delight Audiences ROW 1: Debbie Johnson, secretary; Roberta Stephens, president; Rosie Blaz, vice-president; Patty Harrity, treasurer. ROW 2: Cathy Duganz, Carol Connors, Kris P earson, Marilyn Jacobson, Sandie Sletton, Becki Brolin, Kitty Beall, Carrie Murray, Rita Stallings. ROW 3: Miss Thomas, advisor; Jeri Brooks, Diane Johnson, Chris Swanson, Helen Hammond, Judy Johnson, Linda Ek. Splash!! The girls of the Copper Catalina Club have once again fascinated an audience with their unusual swimming performances. The theme of the show was "High-lites and Hi-jinx of Hollywood. " One of the better to be remembered routines was the comedy, which dipicted the hilarious Keystone Cops, performed by the Seniors. The costumes were color- ful interpretations of the mood. Ski Team Participates in Meets Fun, relaxation, skill and trophies are sometimes accompained by broken legs or fractured bones. Yet, these skiers have the time of their lives on the hills and at ski meets around the state. A few have won trophies, and medals, while others have had the experience of competing at the ski meets. Good work Ski Team.Peek-a-boo! Senior Reception Held in Honor of Faculty It isn't that bad, Bill. The evening of October 4, at 6 o'clock marked the traditional reception of the school board and faculty given by the Senior Class. A dinner consisting of ham, scalloped potatoes, mixed vegetables, and ice cream and cake was prepared by the cooks and served by the girls of the Home Economics class. Bart Campbell, President of the Senior Class and master of ceremonies, was in charge of the entertainment. A variety of entertainment was provided. Ou -whoooooooooo! Now what? 'QUEEN, NANCY STURDEVANT Senior Class Float, "Bug Em' Copperheads", first place in homecoming parade. Crowning of Queen Highlights Silver and Blue Homecoming On October 14, AHS had its annual Homecoming festivities presented by the Key Club and Keyettes. Pre-game festivities included a pep assembly, Fantasyland Parade, car rally, and a bon-fire. During half time, the Queen and her court were presented by Key Club escorts. A dance for the Queen and her court followed the game. won The crowd showing great school spiritRoyalty and escorts walking under traditional silver keys. AHS "A" Squad cheerleaders «fi’ A Hawk burning in effigy. Anaconda Copper Cadettes Royalty —Nancy Sturdevant, Queen; Ginny Kahm, Senior Princess; Susan Tonkovich, Senior Princess; Patty Ann Carraher, Junior Princess; and Margie Blaz, Sophomore Princess. 89Basic Electricity won second place with the theme "No Genie Needed Tonight. " The short skirt look ? A.H.S. School Spirit Is High During Homecoming Copperheads honored at assembly "Crack-em-up" was the winning theme for the third place Aqua Team float. Students form a victory line for the Copperheads as they run onto the field. Mr. O'Leary crowns Nancy, queen. 90Smile, you're on Candid Camera. Camera shy? Coaches and Football Players Toasted at Gridiron Don't be bashful, girls. Eat heartily. Speech! Speech! No secrets allowed. Rah! Rah! Rah! Juniors! Coordination is. . .Esmerelda?The Powder Puff Flag Football game, held November 23, was a great success for the Juniors. The Juniors beat the Seniors in a fun-packed game with a score of 21-12. During half-time Bob Barone was crowned Powder Puff King. Neither team scored in the third quarter, but quite a few participants were escorted from the field for unnecessary roughness. This??? I got it with Imperial Mar- garine. The Green Bay what......??Many Attend G.A.A. Sno-Ball Grand March Crowning of Queen Cyndie Hartsell. After the crowning of the queen, the queen and her court enjoy the royalty dance. .... and the band played on. Entering the GAA held its second Sno-Ball semi-formal dance on December 17, at the Daly Gym. The gym was beautifully decorated with Christmas tree boughs and snowflakes to set the stage for a skating rink. The dance was a great success, and the GAA girls who helped put this dance on deserve a sincere thanks from the students of AHS for a job well done. Socializing between dances. Winter WonderlandCopperheads Score Upset at Divisional Students board bus for Butte Team encouraged by Coach Cheek Captain Bill Grubich receives third place trophy.Marryin' Sam "Jest Restin'" Sadie Hawkins Dance Held on March 11 Sadie Hawkins, an annual event spon- sored by G. A. A. , was a success again. The dance was held in the Daly Gym, which was colorfully decorated to set the mood and pace of the event. "Smoky and the Bears" from M. S. U. provided music for all those who attended. The highlight of the evening was the crown- ing of Queen Carole Jense and King Bill Norton. Smile Purty Standin' AroundBig Stack Editors: Wini Wagner, editor; Rose Field, assistant editor. Staff: Roberta Sparr, Carrie Murray, Janice Anderson, Debbie Johnson. Journalism Class Edits Yearbook and Paper Staff: Bertha Olson, Kitty Beall, Annette Skog- lund. Activities linked with many mem- orable experiences have been collected and combined into the 1967 Big Stack. The creation of this yearbook has come about through the hard work and efforts of the staff and their advisor, Miss Jeanne Lowney. We of the Journalism class sincerely hope that this book will help to keep alive the memories of this past year. Business Managers: Candy Paddock, Sandi Tuss, Janie Tuss. 96Photographers: Bill Grubich, Paul Harper. Copperglow Copperglow Editors: Susan Tonkovich, feature editor; Laurel Millhouse, assistant editor; Roberta Stephens, editor. The Copperglow staff of 1966-67 has worked ex- ceptionally hard to edit the paper each month . The students of the staff published a wide variety of news, covering sports, activities, clubs, and special events. The Copperglow staff and Miss Lowney hope that the paper has provided the student body with a source of news as well as enjoy- ment . Staff: Sandra Vincent, Cathy Russell, Carol Campana, Dianne Joseph.DAVID ANDERSEN 1st place Debate, District Speech Meet Key Club, National Forensic League. JANICE ANDERSON Candy Striper, Christ's Ambassadors. BOB BARONE 4 yr. Football (Co-Captain), 4 yr. Basketball, 4 yr. Track, "A" Club Paddle Club. MICKI BATES Senior Class Secretary, Pep Club, G.A.A., Keyettes, Teen-age Republicans, National Honor Society. JANET BAUMGARTNER B-Squad Cheerleader, G.A.A., Pep Club, French Club. CATHERINE BEALL G.A.A. , Jobs Daughters, Aqua Team, Keyettes, Skiing, TAR's, Pep Club, Candy Striper, Band, Journalism, National Honor Society. BOB BECK B-squad Football, Key Club. DAVID BLASKOVICH ROSE MARIE BLAZ G.A.A. , Aqua Team, Pep Club, Usherettes, Sweater Club, Spanish Club. BECKI BROLIN G.A.A. , Aqua Team, Jobs Daughters (Honored Queen), French Club, TAR's, Pep Club, Skiing, Orchestra. PAM BROWN Girl’s State Alternate, G.A.A., Candy Striper, Drill Team, Twirler, Skiing, Pep Club, National Honor Society. PHILLIP BROWN Football, Track,"A" Club, Paddle Club. WAYNE BROWNING Skiing, Track, "A" Club, Paddle Club. WARREN BUCY SUSAN BUTCHART DALE CLARK Captain of the Football Team, "A" Club (Secretary), Key Club, 4 yr. Football, 4 yr. Basketball, 4 yr. Track, Paddle Club. French Club, VRT CAMPBELL 1st place District Speech Meet, Senior Class President, French Club (President),' Young Democrats, Key Club, Speech and Debate, National Forensic League , Science Club, Student Council, Cross Country,"A” Club, Track, National Honor Society. MIKE BLUME Youth-center Representative, Football, Track, Key Club, DeMolay’s (Master Counselor), "A" Club. EDDIE BOUCHER MARTIN COMBS PAT CONWELL FRANK COR Electricity Club. JACKIE BOYLE 4-H Club, F.H.A., French Club. DALE BREKKE Key Club (President), Junior Rifle Club (President), Tennis Champion, Good Citizen Award, Distinguished Award for Shooting, Skiing, National Honor Society. VAN CROWE ILETA CURRIE Pep Club, National Honor Society. ROSS DAVIDSON, JR. Spanish Club, L. D.S. Seminary and Church Activities, National Honor Society. 98DAYLE DEWING G.A.A., F.H.A., Projection Club, Spanish Club, CCD, Office Girl, Pep Club. JIM DICKSON Electronics Club, Wrestling, Football, Track, Spanish Club, Cafeteria Helper. JANICE EK G.A.A. , Jobs Daughters, Ski Team, Science Club. BETTY EKSTROM MARY ANN EKSTROM ELLEN FABICH G.A.A. , Chorus, Pep Club, Choraleers. HENRY JOHN FABICH CHUCK FRANKOVICH KATHY FRANKOVICH G.A.A., Usherettes, F.H.A., Pep Club, French Club. SANDY FRAZER French Club, Pep Club. ILONA FREEMAN G.A.A., Teen Dems, F.H.A., Chorus, Pep Club. ED GARNETT Chorus. DENNIS GEARY Football, Chorus, Chess Club, Projec- tion Club. GEORGE GEE Football, Track, Spanish Club, Basket- ball, "A" Club, Paddle Club. GARY GESSELE TOM GOLDEN Track, Football. MARC GREENOUGH Basketball, Football, Track, "A" Club, Key Club, Spanish Club, Paddle Club. BILL GRUBICH 4 yr. Basketball, 4 yr. Track, 2 yr. "A" Club, Paddle Club. ANDY HARBALL Boy's State, National Merit Semifinalist, Senior Class Vice- President , Band (President), National Forensic League (Presi- dent), All-State Band, Speech, Student Council, Chess Club , Key Club, Science Club, National Honor Society JACK HARELAND "A" Club (Vice-President)Football, Wrestling, Paddle Club. LAURA HAROLD Chorus, Christ Ambassadors,F. H. A. PAUL HARPER Photographer for Journalism, Sports Writer, Football. LINDA HARRISON Chorus, French Club, Pep Club, G.A.A. TRUDY HERNAN G.A.A., Pep Club, French Club. SUSAN HILTBRAND Job's Daughters, Candy Striper, 4-H Club. BARBARA HILTZ G.A.A., Pep Club, F.H.A., French Club, Usherettes, Sweater Club. MARY HELEN HOLM LUND CELESTIA ROSE HUNGERFORD EARL HURLBERT 99 EARL GRAVESDEBBIE JOHNSON Girl's State Delegate, Aqua Team (Secretary), Student Council, G.A.A., TAR's, French Club, Drill Team, Pep Club, Journalism, National Honor Society. ROSE MARY JOHNSON DAN JOHNSTON Skiing, Basketball, Football. GERALD JOHNSTON Band. ROBERTA JONES Job's Daughters, Candy Striper, 4-H, Pep Club, Teen Denis. VIRGINIA KAHM Chorus, Pep Club, Drill Team. LEONARD KARGACIN Music Camp, International Key Club Convention, Band (Drum Major), Library Club (Vice-President), Key Club (Secretary), CCD, Teen Democrats, Speech, National Honor Society. AL KEENAN Amateur Radio Club. DOW KEYES Band, Orchestra, DeMolays. GEORGE KORTUM Football, Basketball, Track, Cross- Country, Paddle Club,"A" Club,Indus- trial Arts Club (President). FRANK KUNKEL Key Club (Vice-President), DeMolays (Junior Counselor), Cross-Country, Track, Projection Club. MARY LA FOREST G.A.A., F.H.A., French Club, Drill Team. ROBERT LAM PE Chorus. KEITH LATHROPE Wrestling, Projection Club, Band, DeMolays (Master Counselor). LURA LE BLANC National Library Essay Contest Winner, Keyettes (Vice-President), Spanish Club, Cheerleading, Drill Team, French Club, Pep Club, National Honor Society. JOHN LEDBETTER Football. JOHN MALCOM MARY JANE MARTIN TOM MICKEY RICHARD MILLER Distinguished Rifleman, A.R.A., Chess Club, AJBC Bowling Team, CCD. JOHN MINNEHAN NANCY MORRIS F.H.A., Pep Club, Candy Striper, Rainbows. JEFF MOSES Chorus, Chess Club. WILLARD MOTT ED McGRATH SHIRLEY NEWELL PAT NICHOLES "A" Club. Football, Wrestling, Track, Spanish Club, Paddle Club. LINDA NILAND Chorus, 4-H. BILL NORTON DAR Award, Football, CCD, Gun Club, "A" Club, National Honor Society. GINNY O'BRIEN EILEEN OKKEN Girl's State Delegate, G.A.A. (Vice- 100 DUANE LANESPresident), Chorus (President), Key- ettes, Usherettes, Sweater Club, Pep Club, Drill Team, Music Festival, Student Council, Band, Spanish Club, Choraleers, National Honor Society. BERTHA OLSON Pep Club, Spanish Club, Chorus, Office Girl, Journalism. MARGARET OULDHOUSE Spanish Club. SUE OHMAN F.H.A. , Pep Club. BERNARD PARROW LORETTA PARROW French Club, Band, Orchestra. MARGARET PATTERSON ED PERRO French Club, Basic Electronics Club. JERRY PETERSON Track, Football, "A" Club, Wrestling, Paddle Club. PAM PETERSON F. H.A. (President), Spanish Club. JUDY PINKHAM G. A.C. TOM POZEGA NANCY PRESKAR French Club, Chorus. MARGARET RAIHL Band. DON RANGITSCH DAN REILLY Football, Basketball, Track, Key Club, Paddle Club, "A" Club. DON REISS Spanish Club, Chess Club. KENNETH REISS Cross-Country, Track, "A" Club. PEGGY REISS F.H.A., Candy Striper. GLORIA RILEY F.H.A. CHARLEINE ROBINSON GRANT ROSET French Club, Teen-Dems, C.A., Speech. MIRIAM ROUSE PATTY ROUSE Pep Club. ROBERT SALLE Basic Electricity Club. BOB SAMARDICH Football, Basketball. CAROL SCARBERRY Chorus, Anacondettes, Skiing. WALTER SCHAFER RICHARD SCHMIDT Junior Engineer’s Summer Science Institute, Chess Club, National Honor Society. TERRY SHEAHAN Junior Class President, Student Council (Vice-President), Football, Wrestling, Track. NONIE SKAKLES G.A.A., Usherettes, Pep Club, Sweater Club, Keyettes, French Club. ANNETTE SKOGLUND Sophomore Homecoming Princess, Band, G.A.A., Pep Club, Cheerleader, Sweater Club, Student Council, Journalism. 101SANDIE SLETTON Band, G.A.A., Aqua Team, Spanish Club, Speech, Pep Club, Jobs Daughters, National Forensic League, TAR's. DAVID SNELL Band. MARY ANN SOFTICH National Honor Society, G. A. A. , Drill Team, Pep Club. DAN SOLAN Football, Wrestling, Track, Paddle Club,"A" Club, Basketball. ROBERTA SPARR G.A.A., Pep Club, Usherettes, Ski Club, Journalism, Rainbows (Worthy Advisor and Grand Representative to New Hampshire). RITA STALLINGS G.A.A. , Aqua Team, Pep Club, National Honor Society. ROBERTA STEPHENS Copper Glow Editor, Copper Glow Assis- tant Editor, G.A.A. , Aqua Team (Treasurer, President), B-Squad Cheer- leader, Usherettes, Sweater Club, French Club, Speech, Keyettes, Pep Club, Drill Team, TAR's, Twirling, National Forensic League, National Honor Society. JOHN STEWART Track, Basketball, Powder Puff Cheer- leader. TOM STIPECH KAREN STROMMEN All-State Orchestra, Orchestra (President), G.A.A., Pep Club, French Club, TAR's, Rainbows, National Honor Society. ERWIN STRUBLE VERNON STUBER NANCY STURDEVANT Homecoming Queen, Citizen of the Month, G.A.A. , Pep Club, Spanish Club, Keyettes. JOYCE SUNDBERG Candy Stripers, Rainbows, F. H.A. SHARON THOMPSON Band, Orchestra, Spanish Club, National Honor Society in Junior Year Colorado High School, National Honor Society. BOB TOMTEN Track, Basketball. SUSAN TONKOVICH Girl's State Alternate, Homecoming Princess, Feature Editor of Copper- glow, NFL, 1st place District Speech Meet, Junior Class Secretary, G.A.A. Usherettes, Sweater Club, Keyettes (President), Speech, Pep Club, Drill Team, Journalism, Music Festival (district and state), Student Council, National Honor Society. JANIE TUSS Pep Club, Twirling, Journalism, Candy Striper. SANDRA TUSS Pep Club, Twirling, Journalism, Candy Striper. SANDRA VINCENT Pep Club, French Club, 4-HClub. BEN VOORHIES WINIFRED WAGNER Girl's State and Girl's Nation, Music Festivals (district and state), Cheerleader, G.A.A. (Point Secretary), Student Council (Sec- retary), Sophomore Class Secretary, Junior Class Vice-President, Key- ettes, Junior Homecoming Princess, Assistant Editor of Big Stack, Editor 102Big Stack, Speech, NFL, TAR's (Vice-Chairman), Pep Club, Band, Spanish Club, Youth-Center Represen- tative, National Honor Society. MIKE WARD Football, Wrestling, Chorus, French Club. JIM WEATHERMAN Band. JIM WEIS Chorus. RAY WERST Track, Speech, French Club, Chess Club. RUSSELL WHITE Track. KENNETH WOOD JANICE WROBLE Pep Club. NANCY WYANT 4-H, Chorus. KATHY ZIEGLER French Club, Drill Team, Band, Pep Club. CANDY PADDOCK Pep Club, Candy Striper (Historian), Journalism. Pages Sponsored By The Following Merchants Page 7 Ace Bar Anaconda Building Materials Co. Anaconda Country Club Anaconda Disposal Service Anaconda Drug Store Page 8 Anaconda Company Page 9 Anaconda Company Page 10 Anaconda Barber’s Union Finnegan Funeral Home Fischer Funeral Chapel Page 11 Anaconda Chrysler Center Anaconda Service Station Thriftway Service Station Page 12 Anaconda Florist Gift Shop Anaconda Motor Company Anaconda Tin Shop Art's Super Save Market Beall's Building Center Page 13 Anaconda Insurance Groups Page 14 Anaconda Medical-Dental Building Anaconda Print Shop Page 15 Anaconda Office Supply Page 16 Anaconda Teacher's Union Page 17 Anaconda Saddle Club Butte Business College Page 18 B.A. P. Railway Co. Page 19 Bill's News Stand Black's Jewelry B.P.O.E. Brinton's Gift Shop Cedar Park Bowling Lanes Page 20 Buttrey's Super Store Hotel Marcus Daly Motor Inn 103Pages Sponsored by the Following Merchants Page 21 Central Meat Market City Drug Store Coast to Coast Stores Condor Bar Cafe Coldwaters Page 22 Christie's Flower Shop Gambles KANA MacIntyres Page 23 Copper City Bowl Copper City Chevron Service Station Dairy Queen Don's Grocery Dr. B. J. Greany Page 24 Daly National Bank of Anaconda Page 25 Duval-Wallace Hardware Co. Earl's Modern Cleaners Ed's Radio Television Eileraas Buick Co. Ethel’s College of Beauty Careers Page 26 Golden West Dairy Helene's Beauty Shop Hoyal Jewelry Co. Hunthausen’s Grocery Laundromat J. C. Penney Co. Page 27 Jackson Studio Kelly's Counter Page 28 Jet Dinette John A. Francisco Jumbo's Standard Service Station Keig's Ready-to-Wear Kings X Bar Page 29 Meadow Gold Dairies New China Cafe Ossello's of Anaconda Park Motors Page 30 Ledo Cocktail Lounge Marchion Hardware Co. Marie's Dress Shop Marion's Texaco Service Station Matt's Conoco Service Station Page 31 McLean Motor Supply Midway Bar Lounge Monahan's Star Cleaners Murphy Paint Glass Store Oasis Bar Page 32 The Montana Power Co. Page 33 Rosenberg's Furniture Store Schwartz's Department Store Thrifty Drug Store Page 34 Owl Bar Park Cafe Phillips Sheet Metal Works P J's Market Quick Enco Service Station Page 35 Roach Smith Wholesale Store Saltenberger Heating Plumbing Schmidt Plumbing Heating Shamrock Bar Softy's Market Woolworths Page 36 Sparr's Conoco Service Station Thompson Rambler Sales Thompson Sporting Goods Store Tina's Beauty Shop Town Pump Wind's Bakery Page 37 Sugrue Bottling Co. Third Judicial District Bar Assoc. Page 38 Trade Wind Motel Tuchscherer Drug Store Vagabond Lodge Motel Verlanic's Cleaners Tailors Walker's Club Western Television Co. Page 39 Treasure State Sporting Goods Inc. 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