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-i- Jeanne Lowney, Advisor . : v - Marilyn Jacobson, Editor Chris Swanson, Assistant Kathy Gardner and Carol Connors, Business mgrs."Hail Anaconda, Hats Off To You. . . Firm And Undaunted, Always We'll Be. . . Ever You'll Find Us, Loyal And True. . .We'll Back You To Stand. . .We're Backing You All, A.H.S.. . . So Back Up The Ball, A.H.S.. . . Our Team Is A Famed Protector. . .Michael F. O'Leary has served as principal at Anaconda High since 1951. During this time he has taken interest in many A.H.S. activities, particularly sports. Although he is daily confronted with student's problems, he manages to find a suitable answer to arising difficulty. Mr. O'Leary runs our school well and is responsible for much improvement. We are proud to have him at the head of A.H.S. Mr. M.F. O’Leary, Principal Mr. O’Leary Introduces New Class Schedule To AnacondaHigh Mr. O'Leary at work checking the records KNOWLEDGE d 6First Row: Rodney McLean, Clyde Eccleston, Chairman; Buddy Blume. Second Row: Joseph McCarvel, Olaf Billquist, Tom Radonich. Not pictured, Gil Lemelin. 7SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Marilyn Jacobson, secretary; Tom Fitzpatrick, president; Tom Kelly, vice president. SENIORS PREPARE FOR GRADUATIONTONI BARKER LINDA BARNEY ZALE BENSON WALTER BISHOP CARL BLASKOVICH MARGIE BLAZ JENNI BLUME JENNY BLAZ LARRY BOCK 10MARINELL BOSKOVICH MARK BOSSARD KEN BOYER DALE CAMPBELL JANICE CLARK JACKIE COMBS JEANIE BOYER MIKE CAMPBELL CAROL CONNORSMARY ELLEN CONNORS BECKI CRUM BRENDA CURRIEMIKE DUNN JOHN DURKIN KEVIN EKSTROM JOHN FORKAN EDITH FRAILEY DONNA EVERETT TOM FITZPATRICKELLEN FRA I LEY r DEBBIE GARDNER KATHY GARDNER JOHN GATES EDWIN GESSELE HELEN GONZALES CATHY GRUBICH MARILYN CUTCHECK NANCY HARBALL L. 14BETH HARMON TOM HEFFERNAN TERRI HILDEBRANT MARY HODGES KATHY HOOLAHAN SHERI HORSFALL BILL HELSPER THOR HOILAND JACK HUNGERFORD 15r m ARLENE JOHNSTON CAROL JOHNSTON IVA JOHNSTON JUDI JOHNSON PATTY JOHNSONPATTY LOVELL BARRIE MALCOLM DEBBY MASSETT HARRY MASSETT 18UNDA MASSEY KEN MICKELBERRY GREG MILLER JACKIE MILLER JASON MORALES ARLANA MORELAND DOROTHY MIENKE JOHN MOE JOHN MORLEY 19PATTY KAHM DEBBY MOSES CANDY MURRAY LYNN McCONNAHALORI NUGENT DON NYQUIST CHARLIE O'DONNELL GLORIA OLSEN ROGER OLSEN TONY PALM MIKE PAPICH DENNIS PEARSONKRIS PEARSON GABE PELTIER JOE PERRO PATSY PETROVICH GAIL POLAND 22NITA RITTHALER CARLA ROBERTS RON ROBERTS AUDREY ROBINSON 23BILL ROBINSON ELLEN ROSENLEAF CLINT ROUSE GERRY RYMES CATHY SCHALK CHERYL SIEBENALER CAROL SLETTON DAN SLETTON ROSEMARIE SCHOFIELDJOY SMITH BOB SMITH FLORENCE SMYTH MARIE SOLAN TED SPANBAUER PENNY STANLEY KRIS SMITH JOHN SNELL JOE SOMMERS NANCY STAVANJAALICE STEELE MARSHA STOKKE JOE STRELNIK RON SURINA WILLIE STRELNIK CHARLENE SWTHART EMILY TAUSCHER GIL TAUSCHER BOB TODOROVICHLORIE TROLLOPE STEVE TUSS GARY VAUTHIER ROSIE VIOLETTE SANDI WARD JEANNE WESTCARD JOYCE WESTCARD DAVE WHALEYNATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Thirty New Members Initiated First Row: Kevin Campana, Phil McLain, John Snell, John Vuicich, Laurie Marchion, Tom Fitzpatrick, Greg Miller, Clint Rouse, Don Nyquist, Dale Campbell, Ron Fischer. Second Row: Sharon Deakin, Linda Liddell, Candy Murray, Marilyn Jacobson, Linda Massey, Irene Johnson, Marilyn Gutcheck, Chris McMonigle, Barbara Haugen, Carla Anderson. Third Row: Penny Stanley, Janice Speigle, Carol Herbolich, Darlene Keyes, Kris Pearson, Dorothy Mienke, Beth Harmon, Kim Wicks, Lori Trollope, Mimi Ralston. Fourth Row: Mr. Wolpert, advisor: Kris Kleinhans, Carol Connors, Marsha Stokke, Joyce Westgard, Chris Swanson, Merrilan Wolfe, Pat Todorovich, Alice Steele, Jeanne Westgard. The National Honor Society is a group of the top students in the senior and junior classes. Members are selected on character, service, leadership, and scholastic ability. A "B" average is required to become a member and must be maintained to stay in the club. Members are also required to take a test for scholarships. Top Senior Students Named At the end of the first semester, ten top students of the senior class were chosen. Before graduation one of these ten will be chosen as valedic- torian and one as salutatorian. First Row: Dorothy Mienke, Marsha Stokke, Greg Miller, Tom Fitzpatrick, Joyce Westgard, Second Row: Marilyn Gutcheck, Linda Liddel, Linda Massey, Irene Johnson, Chris McMonigle. 29Copperheads Accorded All-Conference Positions First Team, Bill Allen; Second Team, Ben Everett, Bob Todorovich. FOUR SENIORS NOMINATED FOR COLEY VAUGHN AWARD These four boys were chosen to compete for the Coley Vaughn Award. The winner is chosen in accordance with his all-around athletic ability. Alice Steele Wins Homemaker Of Tomorrow These boys were chosen to be on the All-Con- ference teams by coaches and sportswriters because of their contributions to the team and their outstanding athletic ability. Bob Todorovich, Clint Rouse, Charlie Allen, Bill Allen. Alice Steele ijheri Horsefall Honor Athlete Presented To Sheri GAA members selected Honor Athlete on the basis of her outstanding athletic ability and her participation in all of the club's activities throughout her four years as a member. 30First Row: Chris McMonigle, Marsha Stokke, Joyce Westgard, Dorothy Mienke, Linda Massey, Irene Johnson, Marilyn Gutcheck, Linda Liddell. Socond Row: John Vuicich, Tom Fitzpatrick, Greg Miller, Clint Rouse, Dale Campbell, Don Nyquist, John Forkan. STUDENTS ENTER ELKS SCHOLARSHIP The top 20% of the graduating seniors entered. They were judged on scholarship, citizenship, personality, leadership, perseverance, resourcefulness, patriotism, general worthiness, and need. The entries were required to write a brochure on their school activities and achievements. Each entry received $5. Local prize winners for first place received $75 and second received $50. The local first place winner is eligible to participate for $3,000 at state competition. Boys And Girls State Participants These students were delegates to Girls and Boys State for the summer of 1968. They attended sessions of government on both state and local levels, heard several state officers speak, and gained the experience of lawmaking through participation. Marsha Stokke MW 3 ff Sf ®» is a =' mpvmattM wXtaamaCt First Row: Linda Massey, Marilyn Jacobson, Cathy Grubich. Second Row: John Forkan, Tom Fitzpatrick, Clint Rouse. MARSHACHOSEN D.A.R. GOOD CITIZEN 31ELKS LEADERSHIP First Row: Marilyn Jacobson, Kris Pearson, Dorothy Mienke, Linda Massey, Jenni Blume, Becki Crum, Nancy Stavanja, Irene Johnson, LaRae Fike. Second Row: Joyce Westgard, Marsha Stokke, Bob Todorovich, Tom Fitzpatrick, Tom Kelly, Clint Rouse, Mark Bossard, Don Nyquist, John Forkan, Cathy Grubich, Carol Connors. A.H.S. Has Twenty Participants InContest This contest, sponsored by the Elks is open to senior students in Deer Lodge County. The winners are chosen on leadership, charac- ter initiative, organizational abilities, and civic and community activities. Local winners may advance to state and national compe- tition . Marilyn Chosen Top Cadet Marilyn was chosen by the members of the Copper Cadets because of her ability and her four years of participation in drill team. KAY HARRINGTON AWARDED TO MARILYN The girl who receives the Kay Harrington Award is one who has shown leadership in GAA throughout her four year mem- bership and has supported all GAA activities. 32 Marilyn Gutcheck Marilyn JacobsonCouncil Sponsors Bus Trips To Sports Events The Student Council is composed of class officers, Girl and Boy Staters and Mr. Wolpert, advisor. The Council tries to improve relationships between students and faculty. They also repre- sent the student body in voicing their opinions to the administration. This year the Council helped pay for char- tered bus trips so those who wanted to support our team could go to the game, thus promoting school spirit. The Council has been a credit to the school. Mr. Wolpert, advisor; Clint Rouse, vice-president; Cathy Grubich, secretary; Torti Fitzpatrick, president. STUDENT COUNCIL First Row: Donna McConnaha, Debbie Boyer, Linda Massey, Cathy Grubich, Marilyn Jacobson, Jeanie Softich. Second Row: Dan McLain, Larry Krizan, Tom Kelly, Clint Rouse, Tom Fitzpatrick, John Forkan, Kevin Campana. A.H.S. PLACES FIRST, SECOND, ANDTHIRD IN VOICE OF DEMOCRACY Bill Anderson, 3rd; Janice Spiegle, 2nd; Tom Fitzpatrick, 1st.JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS: Kevin Campana, president; Jeanie Softich, secretary; Larry Krizan, vice president. JUNIORS SELECT CLASS RINGSLinda Blaz Karen Bleile Patricia Bogue Bob Bizjak Lynn Blackburn Anette Blaskovich Bonita Blaz Ricky A meson Deb Bailey Susan Beattie Peggy Beausoleil Jerry Billquist Lany Allen Regina | A Hick Carla Andersen Jeannie Anderson Mary Anderson Karen Anderwald 35Karen Corcoran Edward Corrigan Cal Crowe Robert Currie Marlys Cutler Jerry Cyr Joanne Davis Hal Day Rodney DeLong Dan Dienstman Jack Duffield Cathy Duganz Mary Dunn Carl Eccleston Bob Eide Meribeth Elliott Ben Everett Dan Fabich Joe Galle Brant Ginsberg -V 4 i S David Hager Gary Grice Pam Glovan James Glover Julie Francisco Mary Francisco Tim Furshong Mick Gallagher Barbara Galle Ron Fischer Ray Fleming Rich Forsman Mavis FortnerDean Kamps V- Mike Joronen Steve Jovanovich Diane Johnson Laurie Jones Debra Jorgenson Dan Hunt Randy Hutzenbiler Charles Jessen Cindy Johnson Carol Herbolich Jackie Hochstrasser Scott Holbrook Claudia Horner Florence Hungerford Cindy Keele Nelo Kero Roxie Harris John Harrity Barbara Haugen Sue Havens Janice Hiltbrand Jack Hempstead Linda Hamel Kathy Hamill Helen Hammond Neal Hansen Donna Harding George Harding Jim HaroldDiane Keto Darlene Keyes Kris Kleinhans Kathy Klemann Debbie Kline Frank LaForest Peggy Lakel Pam Lapp Leo LaSalle Brent LeBlanc Connie Lofing Roy Lorengo Randy Lutey Teresa Maciag Sandi Magathan Ronnie Maki Dennis Moreland Carol Morley Laurie Marchion Larry Maricich Richard Marthaller Claudia Martin Larry Krizan 3g Steve Kuffner Jim My rick John Murphy Jeanne Motland Ed Myrick Rosie MulveyRose Mary Ries Sandra Rigney Mimi Ralston Nick Ranalli Dennis Reiss June Rice Frank Parrow Beckie Pinkham Charles Poland Sharon Post Patricia Raihl Carolyn Niland Arnold Nogle Gary Norbcrg Tom Nugent Jim Owings Kenny Parks Jim McNay Joe Navarro Kathy Nelson Mary Ruth Nelson Joe Nicholes Cathy Nichols Nichols Helen McDermott Harold McDowell Kathy McGreevy Maureen McHugh Bill McKinley Phil McLain Rosemarie McLean Nickifr i k ♦ Jayne Skakles Chuck Sletton Coleen Smith Dan Smith Kathy Smith Betsy Schmieding Betty Schnabel Janet Schofield Gene Schulz Rocky Seibel Sheila Rivers Darlene Shandorf Ron Salle Chris Sanders Gary Satterlee Mike Sbragia Ellen Schiele Curtis Schmidt George Storer Robert Strawn Jeanie Softich Tony Solan janice Spiegle Martha Steams Chris Swanson Fred Struble Donna SturmKim Wicks Dwayne W ilhelm Dan Williams Ramona Wind Rose Wyant Bill Wood Don Wyant Melinda Wittmier Melissa Wittmier M erri lan Wolfe Brenda Ziegler Marcella Zimmerman 41 Jim Walund Jim Weist Althea Welch Karan Welch Ray White Jackie Villeneuve Nick Vincent Linda V ine Jane Violette Bob Vuicich Chuck Wallace Regina Tesdal Carol Thompson Tushie Todorovich Dale Trollope Roxie Tuss Don Ulstad Theresa VerlanicSOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS: Dan McLean, president; Donna McConnaha. vice-president; Debbie Bover secretary. 7 9 SOPHOMORE FLOAT TAKES THIRDRoger A me son Robert Astle Boucher 1 Jerry Bridgewater Catherine Bacon Christine Baker flj W it» Marcia Barone Wendy Beaudry Margaret Beck Patrica Deborah M, Boyer Debra Kay Boyer Mary Briggs Linda Beneke Nancy Beninger Janet Blackburn Monte Beck Gunnar Bloom Charles WandlerCynthia Byron Robert Carroll Penny Cheek Roger Clark Donna Callison Neil Casey Jerry Clark Deborah Cline Marilyn Campbell James Cavanaugh Juanita Clark Steven Coco Clayetta Corcoran Sherry Crist Mike Curran Marvin Daniels Debbie Denzer Dan Eide Kathleen Ewan Kevin Cutler Marilyn Dauterman Gary Doran Larry Enloe Bill Field Frank Davis Joy Duffield Ronnie Estes Frank Fitzpatrick 44 Mary Flachmeyer Jane Frankovich Rita Flachmeyer Tom Frankovich Jay Ford Steve Frey John Gutcheck Mary Greene Diann Gustafson A' - James Furshong Betty Gonzales Ed Gallagher Ricky Graves Hugo Galle Duane Green Deborah Hamilton Mary Harrington Robert Hatcher Jean Jessen David Hurlbert Aim Holleran Darla Johnson Judy Ingwerson Thoda Howe James Johnston Bill Jenkin Francis Hungerford Jay Hochstrasser Patty Heffeman Paul Heaphy Doyle Hodgson Roger Hintz Steve Hogan 45Gary Jones John Jones Susan Jones Rick Larson Lee Lathrope Loralee Lemelin James Lueck Steve Maciag Dale Markovich Sandra Martello Christine Kelly Bruce Kitchel Jerry Kitchin Dan Klima Tim Mickey Art Miller Roger Kostelecky Marian Kriskovich Tim Krum Ken La Forest Ed Lampe Cheryl Miller imothy Jorgenson Darlene Jurcich Debra Martin Nicollette Masset Bette Massey Gerardine Kalcso Gary Kamps Paul Keenan 1 46© Harriet Gayle Neeley John Newell Dave O'Brien Dennis O'Donell Lucinda Miller Kurt Moreland Cynthia Morley Randy Morse Tim Moses Dale McCallum Kevin McGreevey John McHugh Leo Olsen Verna Olsen Garrett Ouldhouse Donna Painter John Pakka Daniel McLean Lori McMonigle Mary Pam McNay Michelle Navarro Gary Okken Marlin Overton Steve Papich Terry Peterson 47H’v If rr- Aaron Ravandal Mike Reisenauer Richard Ricci Phyllis Rice © © © 1 Vicki Sletten 48Guy Swanson Cheynne Standish Frank Tauscher Staudohar Teryl Taylor Rosemary Struznik Barbara Young Tony Zamudio Connie Zarr Rhonda Zeier Jeffery Tesdal k L Debbie Tunstill Shelley Voorhies Gail Walund David West Eric White Shirley Villa Joyce Wilson John Wolfe David Wright Robert Wyant 49MR. JOSEPH WOLPERT, B.A., M.S., M. Ed., Physics, PI. G Solid Geometry, and Advanced Math. MR. WILLIAM GUSTAFSON, B.A., M.A., Plane G Solid Geometry. Math And Science Departments MR. MICHAEL KNUTSON, B.A., Algebra, Geometry. MR. ROBERT LAUGHLIN, B.S., Algebra II, Trigo- nometry, Chemistry. MR. JOHN STERGAR, B.S., MR. ROBERT GOSSACK, B.S., Biology, Mechanical Drawing. Biology. 51MR. CHARLES WILLIAMS, B. A. U. S. History, Athletics Social MR. MARVA ECCLESTON B. A., M. S. World History, U. S. History Sciences MISS ROSANNE ROE, B. A. American Problems MR. WILLIAM SACIN, B. A. ,M. A. Sociology, Guidance MR. ARLIE SCHULTZ, B. S. Band MISS GUSTAFSON, B. A. B. Ed., M. M. Orchestra MR. DEAN NAYLOR, B.M. Chorus 52LIBRARY AND HOME ARTS MISS ELEANOR IVANKOVICH, B. A. Librarian MISS JANICE SOLUM, B. S. Home Economics, U. S. History English Department MISS JEANNE LOWNEY, B. A. English XI, Journalism MR. FRED MOODRY, B. A. English XII MRS. MARGARET WALSH, B. A. MR. CHARLES ANDERSEN, B. A. MRS. DIANE CONNIFF, B. A. English X English, Speech G Debate English XI and XII 53Language And Commercial Departments MRS. NATALIE FITZPATRICK, B.S. MRS. WINIFRED SWANSON, B. A. , B.S. Spanish II and Typing I French, Home Economics MISS MARGUERITE BRISBIN, B.S., M.S.MISS ETHEL THOMPSON, B.S. ,M.S. Stenography I G II, Typing II Typing I and Bookkeeping MISS MARGARET DURKIN, B.S. , M. S. French II and Guidance MR. LAWRENCE MALMBORG, B.S. M. B. A. Typing I, English XI MR. PAUL HAWKINS, B. A. ArtPHYSICAL EDUCATION MR. JOHN CHEEK, B.S. Physical Education, Athletics MISS BARBARA BREKKE, B. S. Physical Education, Drill Team MR. JOHN MURPHY Welding MR. ROBERT ASPHOLM, B. A. MR. DAROLD ROLLMAN, B. S. ,M. A.T. General Shop Mechanical Drawing Industrial Arts MR. EDWARD NILSON, B.S. , M. Ed. Driver's EducationFirst Row: Lynn Blackburn, Orville La Tray, Dan Smith, Loren Monaco, Marvin Daniels, Coach John Cheek, Manager Carl Blaskovich. Second Row: Bill Fields, Tom Annonson, Bob Currie, Frank Davis, Jim Johnston, Dave O'Brien, Phil McLain. First Row: Dale Campbell, John Forkan, Gene Schultz, Second Row: Jim Glover, Mike Joronen. Dan Smith Leads Harriers CROSS COUNTRY TEAM PARTICIPATES IN 7 MEETS Dan SmithCOPPERHEADS PLACE SCHEDULE Anaconda 18 Missoula Hellgate 0 Anaconda 27 Hardin 14 Anaconda 20 Laurel 19 Anaconda 12 Billings Central 40 Anaconda 30 Livingston 20 Anaconda 29 Lewistown 12 Anaconda 34 Bozeman 21 Anaconda 7 Butte Central 26 Mr. Williams Completes 11th Year As Coach Charles Williams, the Copperheads' head coach, led the Copperheads to a 6-2 season record in the tough Centra] Division circuit. 58 First Row: Art McLean, Dan Williams, Ben Larry Krizan, Tom Heffernan, Nick Vincent, Nyquist, Ken Boyer, Ken Parks, Marty John Harrity, Assistant Coach Paul Gary Kamps, Dave West, Frank Fitzpatrick, Steve Maciag, Paul Heaphy, Rick Larson, Seniors Lead The Copperheads began the season try- ing to match their Conference cham- pionship of last year. But in pre-season polls they were picked to finish near last. In the end, though, the Copper- heads finished with a 6-2 season mark. In their first outing, the mighty "Silver and Blue" toppled the Class AA, Mis- soula Hellgate Knights, 18-0. In their first Conference game, the Copperheads romped past Hardin 24-14, and then squeekedby Laurel, 20-19. Then they came against state-champs-to-be, the Billings Central Rams, and were hand- ily defeated, 12-40. Heading into the last half of the season, the Copperheads rolled over Livingston, 30-20; Lewis- town, 29-12; and Bozeman, 34-21. With a Conference championship tie on the line, the Copperheads met, and were defeated by Butte Central, 7-26. The backfield was anchored by All- Division backs Bill Allen and Bob Todorovich. The line was led by Mike Papich, Tom Heffernan and Tim Magness, with Clint Rouse and Mack Williams being the prime pass receivers of Todorovich.THIRD IN CENTRAL DIVISION Everett, Mike Dunn. Bill Allen, Tim Magness, Clint Rouse, Bob Todorovich, Mike Papich, Mack Williams, Dennis Hutzenbiler. Second Row: Coach Chuck Williams, Mike Curran, Jim Owings, Joe Sommers, Don Dunn, Dan Eide, Barry Malcolm, John Durkin, Laurie Marchion, Chuck Sletton, Joe Galle, Harry Massett, Sullivan, B-Squad Coach P.J. Lappin. Third Row. Manager Jack Andreoli, Dale McCallum, John Pakka, Larry Riley, Ed Gallagher, Steve Papich, Mike Pickett, Brad Meyers, Kevin McGreevey, George Bleile, Managers Tom Nugent and Rick Arneson. A.H.S. Attack Bob returns a punt for a TD in the Livingston game. Assistant coaches: Left to right, Pat Lappin, and Paul SullivanHalfbacks, L to R: Mike Dunn and Dennis Hutzenbiler. Bob goes around end for a long gain during the Livingston game. Second Team All-Con- ference Quarterback, Bob T odorovich. Fullbacks: Left to right: Sparkey McLean, Bill Allen, Harry Massett. Center: Tom Heffernan.Guards, L to R: Tim Magness, John Durkin, Ken Boyer. Jenny leads crowd in cheer. Copperheads watch with concern. 61 Hawks swamp Everett in annual Homecoming game. Bill Allen, First Team fullback. All-Conference choices: Bill Allen, First Team fullback; Bob Todorovich, Second Tearn quarterback; and Ben Everett, Second Team halfback. Mgrs., L to R: Tom Nugent, Jack Andreoli, Rick Ameson. Everett eludes Ranger pursuers. 62Copperheads return to field after half. 63Lorie displays piano ability Senior Reception And the beat goes on Seniors Honor Teachers Tom contemplates introduction The class of 1969 held its annual Senior Reception on September 26, in the High School cafeteria. Students and faculty en- joyed a roast beef dinner served by the Home Economic Classes. Following the dinner, students displayed their talents with a musical program for all in the Little Theater. Tom Fitzpatrick, class president, acted as master of ceremonies for this event. Faculty enjoys conversation Joyce awaits cue Calm before the storm 64SENIORS WIN 27-0 Weezer goes down for a pass. Cheerleaders root team on to victory. "Where's the team?" "Did you say this was "flag" football?" Charlie Allen Crowned Powder-Puff King First row: Kris Pearson, Cathy Grubich, Point Secretary; Sheri Horsfall, Vice-President; Marilyn Jacobson, President; Joanne Davis, Secretary; Chris Swanson, Treasurer; Ellen Rosenleaf, Kathy Gardner, and Mary Jean Andreoli. Second row: Marilyn Gutcheck, Jenni Blume, Vicki Barkell, Florence Smyth, Becki Crum Patty Lovell Linda Massey, Donna Everett, Charlene Swihart, and LaRae Fike. Third row: Lon Nugent, Nancy Philips’, Helen Gonzales, Patty Anderson, Barb Jacobs, Jackie Miller, Carol Connors, Rosemarie Schofield, Jeanne Westgard, Marsha Stokke, and Joyce Westgard.POWDER PUFF The Seniors captured the 1968 victory with a score of 27 to 20 in the annual Powder Puff football game sponsored by GAA. Powder Puff King, Charlie Allen, was crowned at half-time. Victorious Seniors Hold 'em back Juniors! Sheri boots a long one HONOR GAA First row: Kris Pearson, Kathy Gardner, Jenni Blume, Helen Gonzales, LaRae Fike, President; Chris Swanson. Second row: Carol Connors, Patty Anderson, Ellen Rosenleaf, Marilyn Jacobson, and Sheri Horsfall Bring on the next course. Honor GAA Hosts Senior Parents The annual Senior Parents Night, honoring the parents of the football squad, was held on October 11. Honor GAA escorted parents and team members to mid-field for introduction during the preliminary game ceremony. What's for dessert? 66COPPERHEADS SCORE HOMECOMING VICTORY Last minute touches The Key Club and Keyettes presented the annual Homecoming festivities of A.H.S. on November 18. Pre-game activities included a pep assembly, a parade with the theme of T.V. Land, a car rally, and a bonfire. The half-time ceremonies included the introduction of the royalty and the crowning of the queen. The highlight of the evening was the victory of the Copperheads over the Bozeman Hawks, 34-21. QUEEN MARGIE BLAZ Candidates Pose First Row: Darla Johnson, Thoda Howe, Margie Blaz, Loralee Lemelin, Marilyn Jacobson. Second Row: Cathy Duganz, Pat Todorovich, Donna Everett, Chris Swanson, Kris Pearson, Becki Crum, Nancy Harball. Margie assisted by escort 67Chorus float takes second place. AHS "A" Squad cheerleaders O- n it Queen Margie, escorted by John Moe. Key Club and Keyettes Sponsor Homecoming Junior Class float enters with theme, "Let's Make a Deal." KEY CLUB First Row: Don Nyquist, president; Clint Rouse, vice-president; Tom Fitzpatrick, vice-president; Kevin Campana, secretary; Tom Kelly, treasurer; Mike Papich, sgt. at arms; Gil Carlascio, Mark Woirhaye, Sparky McLean, Mark Bossard, Joe Strelnik, John Harrity, Ken Martin. Second Row: John Moe, Bill Wood, Dennis Hutzenbiler, Harry Massett, John Vuicich, Rick A meson, Tom Nugent, Nick Ranalli, Dan Smith, Ben Everett, Laurie Marchion, Jack Andreoli, Monte Beck, Bob Biziak, Bill Andereon Rollee Peterson. 68KEYETTES First Row: Donna Everett, Jeannie Boyer, Kathy Gardner, Margie Blaz, Pat Todorovich, Secret ary-Treasurer; Kris Pearson, Vice-President; Nancy Stavanja, President; Miss Solum, Advisor. Second Row: Joanne Davis, Jayne Skakles, Chris Sanders, Susan Beattie, and Jeannie Motland. Third Row: Marilyn Jacobson, Janice Clark, Rosemarie Schofield, JenniBlume, Jackie Miller, Marsha Stokke, Marie Solan, Mimi Ralston, Jeanie Softich, Betsy Schmieding, Deby Bailey, Thoda Howe, Judy Solan, Debbie Boyer, Joanie Sanders. Practice makes perfect. Copperhead fans cheering team on. Sophomore Princess, Loralee Lemelin, escorted by Frank Davis. Mayor Lussy crowns Queen Margie Band leads Homecoming parade. 69A moment of allegiance It beats walkin' 70 Sophomores take thirdDon't be choosey! Team And Coaches Honored At G.A.A. Gridiron Are you hungry, boys? Smile pretty Linda. Jeanie and Pam patiently waiting. Sing louder, boys! rxifirr‘i M di i:h .wA.i + Sophomore G.A.A. Vicki Petruska, DeDe Quane, Brenda Richardson, Betty Gonzales, Patty Heffernan, Joanie Sanders, Colene Rooney, Loralee Lemelin, Debbie Denzer, Terri Schnabel, Marcia Barone, Michelle Navarro, and Penny Cheek.Resting again? JUNIOR GAA: First Row: Sharon Post, Cindy Bucholz, Mary Ruth Nelson, Kris Kleinhans, Theresa Verlanic, Jeanie Softich, Betsy Schmieding, Pam Gloven, Tina Strelnik, Sheila Rivers, Carolyn Niland, Rosemarie McLean, Julie Fransisco. Second Row: Meribeth Elliot, Helen Hammond, Tushie Todorovich, Janice Spiegle, Chris Sanders, Mary Dunn, Jeanne Motland, Susan Beattie, Betty Schnabel, Chris Swanson, Joanne Davis, Kathy Hamill, Mimi Ralston. Wnrlcino hard? GAA SPONSORS SNO-BALL Smile pretty! 73Crowning Of Queen Highlights Evening On November 23, G. A. A. held its annual Sno-Ball dance. This year the theme was Winter Romance decorated in green and yellow. To highlight the evening Vickie Barkell was crowned Queen by Kris Pearson. Royalty enjoying dance. Queen Vickie Barkell Don't tell anybody, but... Where did the girls go? 74Nine Students Are Added To NFL Ranks FIRST ROW: Donna Everett, Alice Steele, Marsha Stokke, Janice Spiegle, Jeanne Westgard. SECOND ROW: Carla Anderson, Marybeth Elliot, William Anderson, John Moe, Brent Ginsberg, Tom Fitzpatrick, Danny McLean, Donna McConnaha, Marilyn Campbell. SPEECH TEAM FIRST ROW: Ellen Rosenleaf, Carla Anderson, Penny Cheek. SECOND ROW: Joyce Westgard, Jeanne Westgard, Janice Speigle. THIRD ROW: Donna Everett, Cathy Schalk, Jeanne Boyer. FOURTH ROW: Marsha Stokke, Mary Rose Briggs, John Harrity. FIFTH ROW: Brent Ginsberg, Joe Navarro, Marybeth Elliot, Tom Fitzpatrick, SIXTH ROW: Bill Jenkins, Gary Camps, John Moe. 75First Row: Asst. Coach Paul Sullivan, Mgr. Carl Blaskovich, Ted Spanbauer, Nick Ranalli, Bob Todorovich, Clint Rouse, Mick Gallagher, Tom Kelly, Mark Bossard, Coach John Cheek. Second Row: Mgr. Mike Sbragia, Dave West, Larry Maricich, Marlin Buxton, Tony Laughlin, Ron Estes, Ben Everett, Ken Parks, Mgr. Cal Crowe. COPPERHEADS A.H.S. Ranked Among Coach—John Cheek SCHEDULE Anaconda 74 vs Dillon 54 Anaconda 74 vs Sentinel 65 Anaconda 98 vs Butte 75 Anaconda 68 vs Deer Lodge 63 Anaconda 64 vs Hellgate 57 Anaconda 71 vs Anaconda Central 46 Anaconda 62 vs Bozeman 59 Anaconda 76 vs Deer Lodge 56 Anaconda 84 vs Helena 71 Anaconda 56 vs Libby 50 Anaconda 56 vs Kalispell 70 Anaconda 79 vs Butte 66 Anaconda 69 vs Butte Central 64 Anaconda 64 vs Sentinel 76 Anaconda 54 vs Billings 57 Anaconda 74 vs Butte Central 82 Anaconda 76 vs Dillon 66 Anaconda 69 vs Billings West 63m I nnwunp Guard—Bob Todorovich Forward—Tom Kelly Forward--Clint Rouse Best In State Ted shoots free throw against Sentinel. Tom pops in two from comer. 77Mick reaches for the tip-off. Copperheads and Saints battle for rebound. Copperhead reserves watch with concern. Bob lays one up for two against Hawks. Guard--Ted SpanbauerClint casts off from the comer. Forward--Mark Bossard Senior Parents Honored At West Game Kris escorts Mr. and Mrs. Spanbauer. 79“B” Squad Compiles Impressive Record First Row: Manager, James Cavanaugh, James Johnston, Frank Davis, Mike Curran, Lee Lathrope, John Pakka, David West, Dave Smith. Back Row: Frank Fitzpatrick, Kenny Parks, Marlin Buxton, Ron Estes, Dan Eide, Steve Papich, James Lueck, Mr. Sullivan, coach. Cheerleaders: Loralee Lemelin, Colene Rooney, Joanne Sanders, Debbie Denzer, and Debbie Boyer. “B”Squad Cheerleaders SCHEDULE B squad 42 vs Deer Lodge 47 B squad 51 vs Anaconda Central 35 B squad 53 vs Dillon 43 B squad 54 vs Missoula Sent. 51 B squad 62 vs Butte 29 B squad 54 vs Missoula Hellgate 59 B squad 41 vs Anaconda Central 35 B squad 44 vs Helena 43 B squad 57 vs Helena 56 B squad 55 vs Bozeman 44 B squad 61 vs Missoula Sent. 42 B squad 44 vs Kalispell 65 B squad 53 vs Butte Central 47 B squad 60 vs Libby 63 B squad 61 vs Deer Lodge 43 B squad 76 vs Helena 62 B squad 50 vs Butte 70 B squad 66 vs Anaconda Central 63 B squad 69 vs Butte Central 70 B squad 101 vs Dillon 00MARY JEAN ANDREOLI (Senior) CATHY CRUBICH (Senior) JENNI BLUME (Senior) VARSITY Peppy Girls Lead Fans In Cheers This year the Cheerleaders have been very successful in their efforts of increasing school spirit. Among their many activities are practices, giving favors to the team, and decorating the school, buses, and locker rooms. The student body would like to thank the cheer- leaders for their effort. JEANIE SOFTICH (Junior) THERESA VERLANIC (Junior)Soprano: Linda Peterson, Jayne Skakles, Debra Jorgenson, Bonnie Niland, Patty Treaux, Delia Ingwerson, Florence Smyth, Teryl Taylor, Peggy Mayes, Cecelia Smith, Anita Seitzinger, Rose McLean, Phyllis Rice, Janet Blackburn, Juanita Claik, Mary Flachmeyer, Nina Callison, Alice McQuiston, Cindy Morely, Patty Boucher, Marcella Zimmerman, Kathy McGreevy, Debbie Cline, Sandi Bohi, Lorie McMonigle, Jeanette Petrovich, Darlene Jurich, Debby Rittholar, Cindy Taucher, Mary Hodges, Edith Frailey. Alto: Cindy Byron, Shelly Voorhies, Claudia Homer, Debbie Kline, Sandy Ward, Ellen Frailey, Carol Morely, Holly Pieske, Darlene Logan, Rose Wyant, Sandy Martello, Ann Erikson, Gail Walund, Kathy Hamill, Cheryl Siebenaler, Rhonda Zeier, Cathy Bacon, Betty Ann Massey, Marlys Cutler. Tenor: Dewey Francisco, Dana Kaye, Danny Wyant, Alex Scholler. Chorus Membership Reaches 100 Chorus entertains at Christmas Concert. I t All together now, 12 3!! Chorus Presents Annual Christmas Concert Soprano: Ramona Wind, Charlene Swihart, Linda Hamel, Kris Kelly, June Rice, Jackie Combs, Mary Pat Morris, Peggy Lakel, Judi Johnson, Lorie Trollope, Kris Smith, Nickie Nichols, Annette Blaskovich, Mimi Ralston, Lynn McConnaha, Roxie Harris. Alto: Sue Havens, Sandy Mag a than, Darla Johnson, Debby Moses, Nita Ritthaler, Barbara Galle, Alice Steele, Pam Lapp, Ann Waldrup, Emily Tauscher, Carlene Masters, Iva Johnston, Carol Herbolich, Candy Murray, Jackie Hochstrasser, Colleen Smith. Tenor: Jim Hosking, Tom Smyth, Jerry Billquist, Tom Estill. Base: Mike Curran, Bob Estill, Albert Miller, Marvin Smith, Gene Schultz, Dennis Moreland, Jay Ford, Roger Clark, Mike Campbell, Eric White.First Row: Brent LeBlanc, Bob Hatcher, Kevin McGreevey, John Davis, Charlie Allen, Tim Magness. Second Row: Left to Right; Bill Allen, Gerry Rymes, Larry Krizan, Dan Williams, Albert Miller, Mike Papich. Wrestlers Compete At Columbia Falls 84 Asst. Coach Mike Crum and Coach Fred Moodry. Charlie Allen, '68 State Champion-120 lbs.Charlie Allen and John Davis Gerry Rymes and Mike Papich Opponent rides heavy weight Papich Tim Magness and Bill Allen PADDLE CLUB KEEPS ORDER AT GAMES First Row: Tim Magness, Mack Williams, Charlie Allen, Dennis Hutzenbiler, Art McLean. Second Row: Tom Laughlin, John Davis, Mark Bossard, Bill Allen, Ted Spanbauer. Third Row: Mike Dunn, Mike Papich, Clint Rouse, Bob Todorovich, Marty Dunn. Fourth Row: Don Nyquist, Tom Kelly, Barry Malcolm, Tom Heffernan, Carl Blaskovich, Orville LaTray.Victorious Copperheads happily display first place trophy. 74- 70 Over Central COPPERHEADS CAPTURE FIRST AT DIVISIONAL Bob cutting down net after 74-70 victory. Copperheads leaving floor after being introduced at cham- pionship game. Nick dribbles past Central's Mahoney. King Larry and Queen Jayne Dogpatch Comes At Sadie Hawki Alive ns The annual Sadie Hawkins dance, sponsored by the GAA was held March 8 in the Daly Gym. Gals dragged their catches to Marryn' Sam to get hitched, and everybody had a stompin good time. Queen Jayne Skakles and King Larry Krizan were crowned, and escorted to their thrones in the out- house .First Row: Carol Connors, Marilyn Jacobson, Kris Pearson, and Chris Swanson. Second Row: Mrs. Olson sponsor, Debbie Boyer, Linda Beneke, Debby Gardner, Judy Johnson, Regina Tesdal, Kathy Duganz, Diane Johnson, and Helen Hammond. Third Row: Susie Fischer, Debby Davis, Colleen Rooney, Nancy Corkish, Darla Johnson, Verna Olsen, Marsha Jacobson, Mary Harrington, and Diane Gustafson. Juniors "This Guy's In Love With You" Helen Hammond, Chris Swanson, Diane Johnson, and Kathy Dugnaz. rhe theme of the 1969 aqua show was THE SOUNDS OF rHE SIXTIES. It was aresented March 21st and 22nd in the Memorial Gym. rhere was a variety of group routines, along with solos ind duets. The sophomores performed to the song "To sir With Love". The juniors swam to the the music of 'This Guy's In Love With You", and the seniors were accompanied by "Strangers Dn The Shore". Officers, "Sleep Walk" Kris Pearson, Marilyn Jacobson, Carol Connors, and Chris Swanson. A ' Sr Aqua Team “Sounds Of The Sixties” Performed March 21,22F.H.A. FIRST ROW: Miss Solum, Donna Sturm, Kathy Klemann, Betsy Schmieding, Joanne Davis. SECOND ROW: Mary Jean Anderoli, Margie Blaz, Janice Schofield, Karen Bleile, Melinda Whittmier, Melissa Whittmier, Mary Hodges, Edith Frailey, THIRD ROW: Jackie Combs, Jenny Blaz, Mary Ellen Connors, Ellen Frailey, Delia Ingwerson, Cheryl Siebenaler, Nita Ritthaler. French Club Don't cry ... it's only onions. Officers Lead Club In Activities OFFICERS FIRST ROW: Helen Hammond, Darla Johnson, Debby Boyer, Colenc Rooney, Nancy Beninger, Shirley Villa. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Swanson, Rick Ameson, Roy Lorengo, Kevin McGreevy, Mike Joronen, Ed Gallagher, Phil McLean, Ben Everett. SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS Steve Tuss, Ted Spanbauer, Teyrl Taylor, Mike Paddock, Sheila Rivers, John Vuicich.TRACK Returning Lettermen Are Backbone Of Team SPRINTERS: Dale Trollope, Lynn Blackburn, Ben Everett, Bob Todorovich, Rocky Maricich, Clint Rouse. FIELD: First Row: Ted Spanbauer, Mgr. Carl Blaskovich, Rocky Maricich. Second Row: Nick Ranalli, Dale Trollope, Bob Todorovich, Mark Bossard, Clint Rouse. Coach, John Cheek; Freshman Coach, Paul Sullivan; Assistant Coach, Charles Williams. DISTANCE: Ben Everett, Dan Smith, Orville LaTray, Loren Monaco, Lynn Blackburn. SCHEDULE April 5 . .Indoor Track Meet-M.S.U., Bozeman May 3 . . .Helena Jaycee Relays May 9-10 . District Track Meet May 16-17 .Division 14 Track Meets 91PICCOLO Joyce Westgard Carol Johnston OBOE Marilyn Dauterman FLUTES Joyce Westgard Carol Johnston Irene Johnson Kathy Ewan Joan Balcombe Holly Millhouse Elna Ledbetter Sharon Sbragia Janis Stembridge BASSOON Helen Hammond Marion Kriskovich CLARINETS Linda Massey Arlana Moreland Barbara Haugen Jim McNay Wendy Beaudry Mary Lynn Green Douglas Poston Debbie Hamilton Denise Joseph Micky Miller Vickie Walund Renee Zimmerman ALTO CLARINETS Joy Duffield Mike Sbragia BASS CLARINETS TROMBONES Sandra Shandorf Debbie Schnabel ALTO SAXOPHONES Dorothy Mienke Robert Astle Debra Hodgson Henry Richter Glen Zimmerman Paul Sager TENOR SAXOPHONES John Snell Gerry Rymes Kevin Campana Nancy Caton David Potter Larry Enloe Gayle Roset BARITONES Phil McLain John Wolfe Darlene Keyes Hugo Galle BASSES Ron Fischer Bill McKinley BARITONE SAXOPHONE STRING BASS Danny Dienstman Carol Jones u Vonne Arvish Mr. Arlie Schultz, band director. CORNETS PERCUSSION Jim Harold Charles O'Donnell John Gutcheck Gary Doran Kenny Miller Jerome Fischer Mary Rymes FRENCH HORNS Arnold Nogle Lillian Parrow Auch-ey Robinson Brant Ginsberg Charles Wallace Dave O'Brien Jim Johnston Bill Nyhart Roger Vauthier Cliff Lorengo Brant, would you get me the Excedrin? STAGE BANDOFFICERS A.H.S. Band Entertains At Sports Events Linda Massey------President Joyce Westward------Vice President Jeanne Westgard----Sec. -Treas. Brant Ginsberg----Drum Major Bill McKinley-----Manager Marian Kriskovich-Librarian Joan Balcombe------Freshman Representative 1ST VIOLIN PERCUSSION OBOE Miss Ruth Gustafson, orchestra director. Keith Kaye Ken Currie Ian Massey Linda Anderson Cassie Murray 2ND VIOLIN Terri Schnabel Gloria Sepulveda Tim Massey Debra Kenison David Sweet FRENCH HORN Lillian Parrow TIMPANI Brant Ginsberg Jeanne Westgard Audrey Robinson TUBA Ron Fischer BASSOON Marian Kriskovich Helen Hammond TROMBONE John Snell Nancy Caton Dave Potter TRUMPET Marilyn Dautermann CELLO Janey Duganz Karen Cortright CLARINET Orchestra Performs In ’69 Spring Concert Barbara Haugen Wendy Beaudry Mary Lynn Greene Jim McNay Tom Miller STRING BASS FLUTE Joyce Westgard Carol Johnston Kathy Ewan LaVonne Arvish VIOLA Chuck Wallace John Gutcheck Gary Doran Ken Miller Lucinda Miller Robin Brooks Jerry Trueax Susan SatherFirst Row: Penny Cheek, Pat Todorovich, Vicki Barkell, Betsy Schmieding, Joanne Davis, Marilyn Gutcheck, Sheila Rivers. Second Row: Loralee Lemilin, Kathy Nelson, Betty Gonzales, Pam Clovan, Jamie Dewing, Nicki Masset, Tina Strelnik, Patty Stembridge, Barbara Haugen, Sandi Magathan. Third Row: Vicki Campbell, Cindy Bucholz, Kathy Smith, Lori Nugent, Carlene Masters, Nancy Philips, Patty Heffeman, Marsha Barone, Rosie Mulvey, Donna Sturm. Fourth Row: Kris Kleinhans, Debbie Kline, Terry Schnabel Mary Ruth Nelson, Brenda Richarson, Sharon Post. COPPER CADETTES COMPLETE YEAR AT STATE COMPETITION "Hey Marilyn, where's your shoe?" 94 Name the legs!Junior class officers and sponsors making plans for the prom. Dugie. . .you're standing on my toe. Eat your heart out: ba d. Him again?! Cheer up girls. Your dates can't be that JUNIORS HOST SUCCESSFUL PROM Wow.. .the punch! Cool it! Here comes Dennis! Belly dancers. ... at the prom??! Shoulda used my Ultra Brite.First Row: Marilyn Campbell, Donna McConnaha, and Cindy Byron. Second Row: Dan McLean, and Larry Enloe. I sure hope nobody plugs this thing in! V.I.C.A. Ver-r-r-ry carefully ! First Row: Ed Lampe, Jacob Miller, Steve Kuffner, Tim Murphy, Ray Pat Fleming, Arnold Nogle, Tom Nugent, Gary Grice, Dennis Hutzenbiler, and Wayne Kahm. Second Row: Leo Olsen, Danny Klima, Jim Furshong, Mike Rigney, Jim Sullivan, Kevin Cutler, Gary Norberg, Ken Mickleberry, Joe Strelnik, and Bill Wind. Third Row: Bob Riley, Ron Sanders, Jim Sturm, Rollee Peterson, Thor Holland, Joe Wyant, Roger Kostelecky, Jack Morley, Pat Rigney, and Bob DeTonancour. Fourth Row: Ray White, Tim Mickey, Jerry Kitchen, Larry Bock, Roger Olsen, Marvin Daniels, Steve Frey, Dana Collins, and Jim Prothero.First Row Chuck Williams, advisor; Charles Allen, secretary; Clint Rouse, vice-president; Bob Todorovich, president; Mike Papich, sgt. at arms. Second Row Don Nyquist, Mack Williams, MarkBossard, John Davis, Tim Magness, Sparky McLean. Third Row. Joe Nicholes, Nick Ranalli, Mick Gallagher, Rocky Maricich, Orville LaTray, Mike Dunn, Tom Kelly. Fourth Row: Dan Smith, Gene Schultz, Albert Miller, Mike Sbragia, Dale Trollope, Barrie Malcolm, Marty Dunn. Fifth Row: Dan Williams, Ben Everett, John Harrity, Lynn Blackburn, Larry Krizan, Nick Vincent, Carl Blaskovich. Sixth Row: Jack Duffield, Bill Allen, Ted Spanbauer, Dennis Hutzenbiler, Loren Monaco, Tom Heffernan, Tom Laughlin, Brent LeBlanc. "A" CLUB Lighting Of “A” Climaxes Initiation A "tiring" experience for the sophomores on "A" Day. The "A" in flames after a hard day's work. "A" Day is the day senior A-Club members initiate the sophomore boys. During the afternoon the sophomore boys have to carry the tires up the "A" Hill to fill in the "A". Later they have to pass buckets of white wash in a bucket brigade. In addi- tion to the "A” getting a new white wash, the sophomores do too. In the evening the "A" is lit with torches.JOURNALISM CLASS Staff Records Events Yearbook Editor: Marilyn Jacobson. Business Managers: Carol Connors and Kathy Gardner. FORMAT OF BIG STACK IS CHANGED BY STAFF The largest journalism class in the his- tory of A. H. S. has recorded the aca- demic year 1968-69 in the BIG STACK. This year the class has changed the for- mat of the yearbook. The book has been divided into four main parts. The clubs and their activities have been worked into the fall, winter, and spring sec- tions, the fourth being the classes and faculty. Through our efforts we of the journalism class have tried to make this book a rec- ord of many wonderful memories. Yearbook Advisor, Miss Lowney; Editor, Marilyn Jacobson. Sports Editors: Dennis Hutzenbiler, Willie Strelnik, John Davis, and Tom Kelly.In Yearbook And Paper Copperglow Covers All Aspects Of School Life The student body of A. H. S. enjoys the informa- tive and entertaining COPPERGLOW. The paper is put out through much effort and hard work by the editors and staff. The entire journalism class contributes to the production of this paper. Throughout the month a great effort is made to acquire information of fellow class- mates and curricular and extracurricular ac- tivities. After this knowledge has been gath- ered, it goes from the fourth estate to the first estate and the paper is published. Debbie Gardner COPPERGLOW, Editor Assistant Editors: Carla Andersen, Tom Fitz- patrick, paper, and Chris Swanson, year- book. Artists: Jeanie Softich, Cathy Grubich, and Beth Harmon.Staff: Rosemarie Schofield, Lori Nugent, Donna Everett, Carla Anderson, Chris Swanson, and Theresa Verlanic. Staff: Pat Todorovich, Sharon Post, Deby Bailey, Cindy Bucholz, Chris Kleinhans, Merrilan Wolfe, and Becki Collins. NEWS STAFF Staff: Connie Kieser, Carol Sletton, LaRae Fike, Barbara Jacobs, and Tom Fitzpatrick. First Row: Carol Sletton, Gloria Olsen, Tim Furshong, Nickie Nichols, Mary Ellen Connors, Jenny Blaz, Tom Smyth, and Marsha Stokke. Second Row: Art Miller, Joyce Westgard, Maribeth Elliott, Donna Everett, Jeanne Westgard, Gary Petruska, and Tony Solan. Third Row: Mr. Knutson, Tom Fitzpatrick, Rodney Delong, Jerry Billquist, Tom Estill, Bob Estill, Kevin Campana, Keith Kaye, and Chris Paddock. Is Active In '68—’69 Throughout the year the Camera Club has taken pictures of cuiTicular and extra-curricular events and sold them to the entire student body. They have also sponsored dances. The proceeds form these dances will be used to finance a field trip to Virginia City. The Camera Club has been working hand-in-glove with the journalism class. They have taken pic- tures and enlarged snapshots for use in the year- book. The journalism class wishes to thank them for all the help they have extended.STUDENTS HELP WITH SCHOOL LUNCHES Kitchen Crew First Row: Mrs. Campbell, Cook; June Rice, Mary Jean Andreoli, Kathy Klemann, Mrs. Creaney, cook. Second Row: Karen Anderwald, Nancy Stavanja, Marie Solan, Donna Sturm. Third Row: Carl Blaskovich, Bob Estill, Chris Paddock, Jerry Billquist, Mack Williams. Library Help First Row: Setona Steiner, Marilyn Gutcheck, Rosie Violet. Second Row: Neil Ledbetter, Nita Ritthaler, Charleen Cartwright, Margie Blaz, Cheryl Siebenhaler, Mary Hodges, Third Row: Linda Barney, Vicki Campbell, Mary Pat Morris, Beth Harmon, Nancy Philips, La Vonne Arvish. Janitresses: Mrs. Spangler, Mrs. Strizech, and Mrs. Siebenaler. Engineer: Jim McNay.From left to right: Kathy Hoolahan, Marie Solan, Vicki Barkell, Nancy Stavanja, Sheri Horsfall, Patty Anderson, Alice Steele, Donna Sturm, Helen Gonzales, and Nancy Harball. 102SENIOR SKETCHES CATHY ADAMS F. H.A. (2 yrs.), G.A.A., Chorus. BILL ALLEN Football (4 yrs.), Wrestling (2 yrs.), "A" Club (3 yrs.), French Club, Paddle Club. CHARLIE ALLEN Football (3 yrs.), Wrestling (3 yrs.), Track (2 yrs.), "A" Club (Sec.). KATHY AMAYA Camera Club, Spanish Club. PATTY ANDERSON G. A.A. (4 yrs.), Honor G.A.A., Powder Puff (2 yrs.), Chorus. ROBERT ANDERSON Track (3 yrs.), Football, Gun Club. MARY JEAN ANDREOLI G.A.A. (3 yrs.), Drill Team, French Club, F.H.A. (2 yrs.), Cheerleader (3 yrs., Cheer-queen, 1 yr.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.), C.C.D. (3 yrs.). LAVONNE ARVISH Orchestra (4 yrs.), Saddle Club (4 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs.). VICKY BARKELL G.A.A. (4 yrs.), Drill Team (4 yrs., Co-Captain), French Club (2 yrs.). TONI BARKER F.H.A. LINDA BARNEY Chorus. CARL BLASKOVICH Basketball (3 yrs., Mgr.), Track (4 yrs., Mgr.), "A" Club (3 yrs.), St. Joseph's Parish Youth (3 yrs., Pres.). JENNY BLAZ French Club (2 yrs.), G.A.A. (2 yrs.), Camera Club, 4-H(4yrs., Pres.), Powder Puff, F.H.A. MARGIE BLAZ F. H.A. (3 yrs., Sec.), Keyettes, Powder Puff, French Club, Soph. Homecoming Princess', Sr. Homecoming Queen. JENNI BLUME Keyettes (4 yrs., Sec.), G.A.A. (4 yrs., Treas.), Drill Team (1 yr.), Track, Cheerleader (2 yrs.), Rainbows (4 yrs., Worthy Advisor), Spanish Club, Powder Puff (2 yrs.), Presbyterian Youth Group. LARRY BOCK French Club (2 yrs.), V.I.C.A. MARINELL BOSKOVICH G. A.A., F.H.A. (Pres., Soph.), 4-H. MARK BOSSARD Key Club (3 yrs.), "A" Club (2 yrs.), Track (3 yrs.), Basketball (3 yrs.). JEANIE BOYER Keyettes (4 yrs.), Aqua Team (2 yrs.), Track, G.A.A. (2 yrs.), Drill Team, Speech and Debate. KEN BOYER Football (2 yrs.), Basketball (2yrs.), Track, Spanish Club. DALE CAMPBELL French Club (2 yrs.), National Honor Society (2 yrs.), Cross Country (2 yrs.), C.C.D. (2 yrs.). MIKE CAMPBELL Chorus, MYF(3yrs., Pres.). JANICE CLARK G.A.A. (2 yrs.), Keyettes (3 yrs.), F.H.A., Powder Puff (2 yrs.). JACKIE COMBS French Club, "A" Team, Choir (2 yrs.), F.H.A. (3 yrs.), G.A.A. CAROL CONNORS G.A.A. (4 yrs.), Honor G.A.A., Aqua Team (3 yrs., Sec.), Journalism (2 yrs.), Spanish Club, National Honor Society (2 yrs. Treas. ), Powder Puff (2 yrs.). MARY ELLEN CONNORS G.A.A., Camera Club, F.H.A., 4-H, Powder Puff (2 yrs.). BECKI CRUM G.A.A. (3 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs., Pres.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.), Job's Daughters (3 yrs.). BRENDA CURRIE G.A.A. (3 yrs.), Twirler, F.H.A., Candy Striper, Spanish Club. JOHN DAVIS Wrestling (3 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs.), Track (2 yrs.), Paddle Club, "A" Club (3 yrs.), Journal- ism, Teen Dems. (2 yrs.). HEATHER DAVIDSON G.A.A. (3 yrs.), Chorus, French Club (2 yrs.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.), 4-H (2 yrs.). BOB DeTONANCOUR V.I.C.A., Wrestling. DEBI DEWING Spanish Club, G.A.A. (2 yrs.), 4-H (3 yrs.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.). JAMIE DEWING G.A.A. (2 yrs.), Journalism, Spanish Club (2 yrs.X Drill Team (2 yrs.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.), 4-H. MARTY DUNN Football (3 yrs.), Track (2 yrs.), Basketball (2 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs.). MIKE DUNN Football (4 yrs.), V.I.C.A., "A" Club (2 yrs.), Basketball (3 yrs.). JOHN DURKIN Football (2 yrs.), Track, V.I.C.A., Science Club. KEVIN EKSTRUM French Club (2 yrs.), V.I.C.A., Track. BOB ESTILL Camera Club (2 yrs.), Choir, French Club (2 yrs.). TOM ESTILL Camera Club (2 yrs.), Choir, V.I.C.A., Kitchen Help (2 yrs.). DONNA EVERETT Band (3 yrs.), G.A.A. (4 yrs.), Keyettes, Camera Club (2 yrs.), Candy Stripers (3 yrs.), Teen Dems. (Sec.), Journalism, Speech, N.F.L. (2 yrs.), Powder Puff, French Club (2 yrs.). LARAE FEKE G.A.A. (4 yrs.), Honor G.A.A. (Pres.), Speech and Debate, Drill Team (2 yrs.), Spanish Club,Rainbow Girls (4 yrs.), Grand Representative to Wisconsin, Powder Puff (2 yrs.), Journalism (2 yrs.), Presbyterian Youth Group. TOM FITZPATRICK Journalism, National Honor Society (2 yrs., Pres.), Boys' State Delegate, Science Club, Spanish Club, Key Club (3 yrs.), Camera Club, Soph. Class Vice Pres., Jr. Class Pres., Sr. Class Pres., Student Council (3 yrs.t Pres.), National Forensic League (3 yrs.), TeenDems. (2 yrs., Pres.). JOHN FORKAN DeMolays (3 yrs., Master Counselor), Boys' State Delegate, Spanish Club (2 yrs.), Cross Country (2 yrs.), Wrestling (2 yrs.), Track (3 yrs.), Student Council, Powder Puff Cheerleader (2 yrs.). EDITH FRAILEY French Club, F.H.A., Chorus, Candy Stripers. ELLEN FRAILEY F. H.A. (Parliamentarian), Chorus, Candy Striper. DEBBY GARDNER G. A.A. (2 yrs.), Aqua Team (2 yrs.), Journalism (2 yrs., Editor), Spanish Club (2 yrs.). KATHLEEN GARDNER G.A.A. (4 yrs.), Keyettes (4 yrs.), Honor G.A.A., National Forensic League, Speech and Debate, Drill Team (2 yrs.), Spanish Club, Powder Puff (2 yrs.), Journalism. HELEN GONZALES G.A.A. (4 yrs.), Spanish Club, Track. CATHY GRUBICH G.A.A. (3 yrs., Point Sec.), French Club (2 yrs., Sec.), F.H.A. (Parliamentarian), Varsity Cheer- leader (2 yrs.), Student Council (Sec.), Journalism, C.C.D. (2 yrs.), Candy Striper (2 yrs.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.), Girls' State Delegate. MARILYN GUTCHECK G.A.A. (4 yrs.), Drill Team (4 yrs., Sec.), Na- tional Honor Society (2 yrs.). NANCY HARBALL G.A.A. (2 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs., Treas.), Band. BETH HARMON F.H.A., Rainbows (2 yrs.), Journalism. TOM HEFFERNAN Key Club (3 yrs., Treas.), Football (3 yrs.), Bas- ketball (2 yrs.), V.I.C.A. BILL HELSPER V.I.C.A. TERRI HILDERBRANT French Club, F.H.A. (Song Leader), G.A.A. MARY HODGES F. H.A., Chorus, Candy Stripers (Treas.). THOR HOILAND V.I.C.A. SHERI HORSFALL G. A.A. (4 yrs., Vice-Pres.), Honor G.A.A., Chorus (2 yrs.), F.H.A. JACK HUNGERFORD V.I.C.A., Camera Club (2 yrs.). DENNIS HUTZENBILER Football (4 yrs.), Basketball (2 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs., Vice Pres.), V.I.C.A., Key Club, "A” Club (2 yrs.), Paddle Club, Track (4 yrs.), Jour- nalism. DELIA INGWERSON F.H.A. (3 yrs.), Job's Daughters (2 yrs., Recorder), French Club, Chorus, Science Club. BARBARA JACOBS G.A.A. (4 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs.), Rainbows (4 yrs., Worthy Advisor), Journalism (2 yrs.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.). MARILYN JACOBSON G.A.A. (4 yrs., Pres.), Aqua Team (4 yrs., Pres.), Honor G.A.A. (2 yrs.), Keyettes (2 yrs.), Student Council (2 yrs.), Jr. Class Sec., Sr. Class Sec., Jr. Homecoming Princess, Sr. Homecoming Princess, Assistant Editor of Yearbook (Jr.), Editor of Yearbook (Sr.), Rainbows (4 yrs., Grand Love of Montana), Delegate to Girls' State, B-Squad Cheerleader, Spanish Club, Powder Puff (2 yrs.). IRENE JOHNSON Candy Stripers (2 yrs.), M.Y.F. (4 yrs.), Teen Dems. (2 yrs., Sec.), G.A.A., Spanish Club, Pep Band (2 yrs.), Girl Scouts (4 yrs., Scribe). JUDI JOHNSON Rainbows (4 yrs.), Chorus (3 yrs.), C.Y.F. (4yrs., Sec.), "A" Team Singers (2 yrs., Vice Pres.), Aqua Team (3 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs.). PATTI JOHNSON Twirler, G.A.A,, Powder Puff (2 yrs.), Copper Pennies (3 yrs.). ARLENE JOHNSTON G.A.A., F.H.A., M.Y.F. (4 yrs., Sec.). CAROL JOHNSTON Marching Band (3 yrs.), Pep Band (3 yrs.), Orches- tra (2 yrs.), French Club, F.H.A. IVA MAY JOHNSTON French (2 yrs.), F.H.A., Chorus (3 yrs.), Powder Puff. BRUCE KAHM V.I.C.A. LARRY KALCSO V.I.C.A., Track (3 yrs.). KEITH KAYE Orchestra (4 yrs., Pres.), Spanish Club. Camera Club, Demolays (3 yrs., Master Councilor), C.Y.F. (2 yrs.). TOM KELLY Key Club (3 yrs., Treas.), "A" Club (2 yrs.), Paddle Club (2 yrs.), Spanish Club, Journalism, Basketball (3 yrs.), Track (3 yrs.), Cross Country (2 yrs.), Student Council, Powder Puff (2 yrs., Coach), Senior Class Vice-President. CONNIE KIESER Spanish Club, Journalism, G.A.A. CALVIN KOSTELECKY Chorus (2 yrs.). ORVILLE LATRAY Paddle Club, "A” Club (3 yrs.), V.I.C.A., Cross Country (3 yrs., Captain), Basketball (3 yrs.), Track (2 yrs.). TOM LAUGH LIN Football (3 yrs.), Basketball (2 yrs.), Track, V.I.C.A., "A" Club (2 yrs.), Paddle Club. LINDA LIDDELL G.A.A., National Honor Society (2 yrs.). PATTY LOVELL G.A.A. (2 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs.), A.H.S. Twirler, Science Club, Chorus. MIKE LUECK French Club (2 yrs.).BONNIE LUTEY F. H.A. (2 yrs.). TIM MAGNESS Football (3 yrs.), Wrestling (3 yrs.), Track (2 yrs.), "A" Club (3 yrs.), Paddle Club (2 yrs.). GARY MAKI V.F.W. Rifle Club (2 yrs.). BARRIE MALCOLM Football (2 yrs.), "A" Club (2 yrs.), Band. DEBBY MASSETT G. A.A. (3 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs.), Band. HARRY MASSETT Football (2 yrs.), Spanish Club, Key Club. LINDA MASSEY Band (4 yrs., Pres.), Projection Club, G.A.A. (4 yrs.), Rainbows (4 yrs.), Speech G Debate, N.F.L., C.A.'s (4 yrs.), Spanish Club, Girls' State, Student Council. KENNETH MICKLEBERRY V.I.C.A. DOROTHY MIENKE Band (3 yrs.), Projection Club, G.A.A. (3 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs., Treas.), National Honor Society (2 yrs.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.). GREG MILLER National Rifle Association (4 yrs., Vice-Pres.), National Honor Society (2 yrs., Vice-Pres.), French Club, Speech G Debate, N.F.L. JACKIE MILLER Keyettes (2 yrs.), G.A.A. (4 yrs.), Spanish Club (2 yrs.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.). JOHN MOE Camera Club (2 yrs., Pres.), Science Club, Speech Club (2 yrs.), N.F.L., JASON MORALES Football. ARLANA MORELAND Band (4 yrs.), Spanish Club. JOHN MORLEY Band, V.I.C.A. (2 yrs.) MARY PAT MORRIS G.A.A. (2 yrs.), F.H.A. (Vice-Pres.), Candy Striper (2 yrs.), Camera Club (3 yrs.), Chorus (2 yrs.). DEBBY MOSES Twirling, G.A.A., Chorus (4 yrs.), French Club, Job's Daughters (4 yrs.), Copper Pennies (3 yrs.), Aqua Team, Teens March of Dimes (4 yrs.), Powder Puff. CANDY MURRAY Job's Daughters (4 rs.), Spanish Club (2 yrs.), Chorus (2 yrs.), Presbyterian Youth Fellowship (4 yrs.), Girls' State Alternate. LYNN McCONNAHA Chorus (3 yrs.), Candy Striper SPARKEY McLEAN Golf (3 yrs.), Football (3 yrs.), Basketball, Key Club (3 yrs.), "A" Club (3 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs.), Rifle Club (3 yrs.), Youth Center Rep. (2 yrs.). CHRISTINE McMONIGLE Spanish Club, Speech, National Honor Society (2 yrs.). SHIRLEY NEIMINEN French Club (2 yrs.). ESTER NEPINE G.A.A., Powder Puff. BONNIE NILAND Chorus, F.H.A. LORI NUGENT G.A.A, ( 3 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs.), Drill Team (2 yrs.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.), Journalism. DON NYQUIST Key Club (3 yrs. Pres. ), "A" Club (2 yrs.), Football (2 yrs.), Spanish Club, Ski Club (3 yrs.), Track (2 yrs.), Pres.Youth Fellowship (2 yrs.), Paddle Club (2 yrs.). CHARLIE O'DONNELL Band (3 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs.). GLORIA OLSEN French Club (2 yrs.), Camera Club, Journalism, Powder Puff (2 yrs.). ROGER OLSEN French Club (2 yrs.), V.I.C.A., DeMolays (2 yrs.). CHRIS PADDOCK DeMolays (4 yrs.), Spanish Club, Track (2 yrs.), Camera Club (2 yrs.), N.R.A. (2 yrs.). MIKE PAPICH Football (3 yrs.), Wrestling (3 yrs.), Track (3 yrs.), Key Club (2 yrs.), "A" Club (2 yrs.), Paddle Club (2 yrs.). DENNIS PEARSON V.I.C.A. KRIS PEARSON Keyettes (4 yrs., Vice Pres.), Drill Team (3 yrs.), Aqua Team (4 yrs., Pres.), B Squad Cheerleader, Rainbow (4 yrs.), Luther League (4 yTS.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.), Spanish Club (Sec.), G.A.A. (4 yrs., Point Sec.), Sr. Homecoming Princess, Jr. Science Club, Honor G.A.A, GABE PELTIER V.I.C.A. (2 yrs.), Wrestling. JOE PERRO Track, French Club (2 yrs.). LINDA PETROVICH Candy Striping, G.A.A. (2 yrs.), French Club. PATSY PETROVICH French Club, Twirling. GARY PETRUSKA Projection Club (3 yrs.). NANCY PHILIPS Drill Team (3 yrs.), G.A.A. (3 yrs.), French Club, Rainbows (2 yrs.). GAIL POLAND French Club (2 yrs.). BEN POSTON L.D.S. (4 yrs., Pres.). TOM REISS V.I.C.A. PAT RIGNEY V.I.C.A. (2 yrs.). NITA RITHALER F.H.A. (2 yrs.), Chorus (2 yrs.). CARLA ROBERTS Upward Bound. RON ROBERTS V.I.C.A. AUDREY ROBINSON Band (4 yrs.), Aqua Team (2 yTS.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.), Spanish Club (2 yrs.), Orchestra (2 yrs.).ELLEN ROSENLEAF G.A.A. (4yrs.), Honor G.A.A., Rainbows (4 yrs.), Spanish Club (2 yrs.), Journalism, Drill Team (2 yrs.), Youth Center Rep. (2 yrs.), Luther League (4 yrs., Vice Pres.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.), Speech and Debate (3 yrs.), National Forensic League (3 yrs.). CUNT ROUSE Key Club (3 yrs., Vice Pres.), "A" Club (3 yrs., Vice Pres.), National Honor Society (2 yrs.), Stu- dent Council (2 yrs., Vice Pres.), Soph. Class Pres., Junior Class Vice Pres., Spanish Club, Football (2 yrs., Co-Captain), Track (3 yrs.), Basketball (3 yrs.), Cross Country. GERRY RYMES Wrestling, Presbyterian Youth Group, Church Choir, Band, Pep Band. PETER SALLE V.I.C.A. CATHY SCHALK G.A.A. (2 yrs.), Science Club, Projection Club (3 yrs.), F.H.A., Speech Club (3 yrs.), N.F.L. (3 yrs.), Teen Dem's (2 yrs.). ROSEMARIE SCHOFIELD G.A.A. (3 yrs.), Keyettes, French Club (2 yrs., Sec.), C.C.D. (3 yrs.), Candy Stripers, F.H.A., Journalism, Powder Puff (2 yrs.). CHERYL SIEBENALER F.H.A. (3 yrs.), Chorus, Job's Daughters (4 yrs.). CAROL SLETTON Journalism (2 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs.), Band, Camera Club. DAN SLETTON N.R.A. (2 yrs.), V.I.C.A. BOB SMITH V.I.C.A. JOY SMITH French Club (2 yrs.), Chorus (4 yrs.), G.A.A. KRIS SMITH Chorus (4 yrs.), Anacondettes, French Club (2 yrs.), Powder Puff (2 yrs.), Luther League (4 yrs.), Rain- bows (4 yrs., Treas.). FLORENCE SMYTH Spanish Club, F.H.A., G.A.A. (3 yrs.), Track, Powder Puff, Chorus. JOHN SNELL Band (4 yrs.), Spanish Club (2 yrs.). MARIE SOLAN Keyettes (2 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs.). JOE SOMMERS Football (2 yrs.), Spanish Club, "A" Club. TED SPANBAUER Basketball (3 yrs.), Track (3 yrs.), Paddle Club (2 yrs.), "A" Club (2 yrs.), Cross Country (2 yrs.). NANCY STAVANJA Keyettes (2 yrs.. Pres.), G.A.A. (2 yrs.), Powder Puff, Spanish Club. ALICE STEELE Choir, Office Girl, Rainbow. MARSHA STOKKE Speech (2 yrs.), N.F.L. (2 yrs.), G.A.A. (4 yrs.), Camera Club (3 yrs., Pres.), French Club (2 yrs., Treas.), Rainbow (4 yrs.), National Honor Society (2 yrs., Sec.), Keyettes (4 yrs.), Candy Stripers (2 yrs.), Chorus (2 yrs.), Drill Team (2 yrs.), Sci- ence Club, Girls' State Alt., Soph. Class Sec. JOE STRELNIK Football (2 yrs.), "A" Club (2 yrs.), Track, Golf (2 yrs.), V.I.C.A., Paddle Club, Key Club (3 yrs.), Spanish Club. WILLIE STRELNIK Projection Club, Basketball (3 yrs.), Golf, Powder Puff Cheerleader. RON SURINA Chorus (2 yrs.) CHARLENE SWIHART French Club (2 yrs.), Rainbows (4 yrs.), G.A.A. (4 yrs.), Chorus (4 yrs.). EMILY TAUSCHER F. H.A., Chorus, 4-H(3yrs.). GILBERT TAUSCHER V.I.C.A. BOB TODOROVICH Football (3 yrs., Capt.), Basketball (3 yrs.), Track (3 yrs.), "A" Club (3 yrs., Pres.), Paddle Club. LOR IE TROLLOPE Treasure State Boys' Choir (3 yrs., Accom.), Stage Band (Accom.), Spanish Club, Chorus (4 yrs.). STEVE TUSS Spanish Club (Sec.), Track (3 yrs.). GARY VAUTHIER French (2 yrs.). ROSIE VIOLETTE French Club (2 yrs.), Rainbows (2 yrs.), Powder Puff. JOHN VUICICH National Honor Society (2 yrs.), Key Club (2 yrs.), Spanish Club (2 yrs.), Cross Country. SANDI WARD M.Y.F. (2 yrs.), G.A.A., Rainbows, French Club, Chorus. JEANNE WESTGARD Chorus, TAR's (2 yrs.), Job's Daughters (3 yrs.), Speech (2 yrs.), N.F.L., Band (3 yrs.), Pep Band (3 yrs.), Camera Club (2 yrs.), G.A.A. (4 yrs.), French Club (2 yrs.), Church Fellowship (2 yrs.). JOYCE WESTGARD Pep Band (4 yrs., Vice-Pres.), National Honor Society (3 yrs.), Job's Daughters, Presbyterian Youth Fellowship (3 yrs.), Science Club (3 yrs.), G. A.A. (4 yrs.), Camera Club (2 yrs.), N.F.L. (2 yrs.), TAR's, French Club (2 yrs.). DAVE WHALEY V.I.C.A. (2 yrs.). KENNETH WICKS V.I.C.A. (2 yrs.). MACK WILLIAMS Football (3 yrs.), Basketball (2 yrs.), Track (2 yrs.), "A" Club (3 yrs.), Paddle Club. BILL WIND Camera Club, V.I.C.A. JIM WINK V.I.C.A. (2 yrs.), Wrestling. LINDA WOIRHAYE French Club. MARK WOIRHAYE Track, Key Club (2 yrs.), V.I.C.A., French Club (2 yrs.). JOE WYANT V.I.C.A.YEARBOOK SPONSORED BY THESE MERCHANTS Pages 2 G 3 Anaconda Company Page 4 Buttrey's Page 5 First National Bank Page 6 B. A. G P. Railway Co. Page 7 Montana Power Page 8 Anaconda Teachers' Union, Local No. 502 Page 9 MacIntyres, Anaconda Office Supply Page 10 Washoe Theater, Duval Wallace Page 11 Washoe Market, Finnegan's Funeral Chapel Page 12 Sugrue Bottling Co., Tina's Beauty Salon Page 13 Anaconda Auto Dealers Associ- ation, Jackson Studio Page 14 Anaconda Chrysler Center, First Security Bank Page 15 Anaconda Service Station, Turf Bar Page 16 Rice Floor Covering G Ski Shop, E. J. McGreevy Co., General Insurance Page 17 Dr. A. C. Jacobson, Intermountain Transportation Co. Page 18 B. P. O. E. No. 239, Anaconda Tin Shop, Matt’s Conoco Page 19 Ed's Radio G T. V., Eileraas Buick, Christie’s Flower Shop, Thompson's Bar Page 20 Kelly’s Meat Market, Parson- Fischer Chapel, Copper City Chevron, Thrifty Drug Page 21 J.P. Lacey, M. D., Shulte's Paint and Glass Store, Black's Jewelry, Carmel's Bar Page 22 Osco Drug, Community Mea- dow Gold Dairy, Kings X Bar, Western Television, Golden West Dairy, Coldwater's Shoe Store Page 23 Sparr's Conoco, Anaconda Florist, Marchion's Hardware, Quick Enco, P. J. 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