Anchorage High School - Anchor Yearbook (Anchorage, AK)
- Class of 1955
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Y M A N , ,xx ' ,wel .31fu.,::,..2-1,4 .2 - igiwk W , .em 4,-.:Q.. , 'N- K' 4 .4 .L. -M -Zz A QW. Qing ,. YE R R K ' z f fi i : IQ d i R M ' z IW, , , E76 ' f 2' 'ii-ff 1 E , ff' f- ff , . VWCW ,if 'Y ,' I ii 16' 0 J!! f 6a I R R ff ,ff 1 x f ,ffl ligfnr V V' . 'Aj - i fffi ' 22,2254 f f- 'v , , EDITORS: ' Ada Puckett Marguerite Robinson ART EDITOR: Carolyn Shane CHIEF PHOTOGRAPHEH: Chuck Weiler ADVISEHS: Mrs. Pcxuletie Ryan COVER DESIGNER: Miss Doris Gerdrum Carol Steadmcm V924 frm ! 1 SSOCIATED ,Nw I n I , STUDENT BO Q. fif 1 S Q f Q ? I I Q ' e n DY OF AN CHCDR Wi II' E1 .rg 1 GH S V F L CHO Oz I U. I ANCHORAGE, ALASKA Q VOL. XXX TABLE OF CONTENTS Administration . . Student Life . . 32 Classes . . . 42 Senior . . 44 Iunior . . 66 Sophomore . . 78 Freshman Publications Music . Sports . Clubs . Advertising HE ANCHOR staff wishes to dedicate the 1955 ANCHOR to Mrs. Paulette Ryan, who served as the yearbook adviser for two and one-half years. To guide the organization and production of the ANCHOR requires industry, alertness, and patience. Mrs. Ryan possesses these qualities in full measure, and adds to them both tact and good humor. During her advisership of the ANCHOR, which extended from 1952 through the first semester of the 1954-55 school year, she gave generously of her time and of her warm friendliness. Under her direction, staff workers experienced the ioy of working together to accomplish a worthy goal successfully. I X . 3 ,am 5 1 5 all .1 ' p fl' fl Q tl tl 'l , , it H ft lol ' ' ' si ii 1 ' I ' iff S IN most schools, it has been the custom it rt + r-,N fl L . WX X f an iff' fl, '23, here at Anchorage High School for each K ' ' ' ' .' V f .M t , 4 1 fr Jil, -, R class to elect two sponsors from among the -N X, l x! I If . 'Y' teachers. These advisers attend the class ' , it .'t it , 'a 'fe lx X 1 'x T meetings, dances and other activities, giving J 'ik X i xx Qt l A -f -,ff freely of their own time to aid and supervise it ,myv X these projects. Others act in the same 'X Jfff W capacity for each club and organization, ' ' X Wlihyie, 5 ' ' . . gg ,ty devoting special effort to develop Q ,q f t , v - W I character, leadership, and personality. 6. ff fix 'ff 0' 'X f . I , l' Ji l This service, we feel, is above and beyond ,V I ' f I the call of duty, and for this we extend I ,fr e-,MAX our gratitude. 5 X l 1 - I ' .l .1 t ---,A-zgllqllnl lilllflll- l l A A l l t ' ! I I . v g l I l l I A - n Q' 'H' 'f 'I I - I . ' I I - Editor: Carolyn Smith I ,Vg 4, V wifi 'I 3 1. we.. il Q0 Q vu 0' 0 vi 0. if xg' .4 fill, I nm- fif5i fJZ' '1 'l if ara, I 1 ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF OF 4 . 1 4, .I ffl 1 'll X I -x I ' -1 it 5 ti I 3 . GORDON S, GUPFEY Principal The dedication of the new Anchorage High School building this year marked the completion of one of the finest high school plants anywhere. To match the excellence of this building with high scholastic achievement, commendable school spirit, ample curricular offerings, and a rich program of co-curricular activities becomes the challenge of all who are connected with our school. If we fail to achieve and maintain excels- lonca in any of these areas, We shall not keep faith with those who, through pride in our past achievements and confidence in the future of Anchorage High School and in education for the American Wciy of Life , have provided us with these facilities. l have complete confidence in the spirit, determination and capacity of the students and faculty of Anchorage High School to meet this challenge, thus bringing credit to themselves and honor to their school. jwwfgwc ANCHORAGE HIGH Capably iillinq the newly-created job of Vice-Principal and Director of Student Activities is Mr. Rewolinski. He acts as adviser to the Student Council and is in charge of all student affairs, including assemblies, dances, and sports events. Mrs. Dahl completes her fifth year as Girls' Counselor. Mr. Kennedy is new to A. H. S. this year and fulfills the many duties of Boys' Counselor. Each counselor must keep class sched- ules and records of students up-to-date. More important is the advice and help they give to students on immediate problems, educational difficulties, and plans for the future. MRS. ROSA DAI-IL, Girls' Coun- selor, Adviser to Tri-Hi-Y. ?'S. 'N' A- it 1 f- YM JOHN T. REWOLINSKI, Vice- Principal and Director of Student Activities. JOE KENNEDY, Boys' Counselor. g, 5 xii sift ti A. W. MORGAN-Superintendent of Schools. DON E. FRIDLEY-Assistant Superintendent in Charge oi' Business and Finance. DWIGHT H, NEWELL - Assistant Superintendent in Charge of Curriculum and Iu- struction. 42- .X -fin A. W. Morgan Heads Superiniendents Office Superintendent of Schools A. W. Morgan is completing his fourth year as the head of the Anchorage Independ- ent School District. In this capacity he gathers information for the school board to consider and carries out the policies it adopts. To assist Mr. Morgan in his ever- increasing duties are Assistant Super- intendents Don E. Pridley and Dwight H. Newell. Mr. Fridley is in charge of business and finance and Mr. Newell takes care of curriculum and instruction. These capable administrators are working constantly to keep the schools running smoothly and efficiently. I2-+ School Board Guides Anchorage Schools The Board of Education has efficiently directed the schools of the Anchorage Independent School District through another year of improvement and pro- gress. The many duties of the board include establishing the policies of the schools and supervising fund raising and expenditures. Members of the board remaining from last year are: lohn O'Shea, Ed Davis, and Keith Lesh. Odin Strand- burg and lim Parsons were elected to the other positions this year. lltightj -Ed Davis, newly elected president of the school board, presides over all board meetings and helps the board make decisions on school policies. CBe1owJ-Members of the board, representatives of the admin- istration and visitors are, left to right: Ed Davis, Mrs. Mildred Mantle, Dwight H. Newell, Dr. Leroy Good, Don E. Fridley, John 0'Shea, Mr. Small, Mrs. Gladys Wood, Miss Cynthia Jahren, Odin Strandburg, Jim Parsons, and A, W, Morgan. 6 . YC X I L . Q . XS R ...f 'W I' NJ' X skit V-tsl 441,- -5 M4 ,fn .. ul -ra., OFFICE ,.. . STAFF X Anincre k vs G this year to take Carre of l ased office staff was need fd , arqer enroll- ment and tlie many details at keeping student records up-to-date. Mrs. Alma Lalinurri aqain served in the capacity of reqistrar and personal secretary to Mr. Guttey. Mrs. Kay Mc- G , . . uin lield tlie position of secretary and Mrs. Cleo Kleincopt was tlie typist. Student office lielpers wlio served in tlieir tree periods inclu led cn : M. Powers, M. Marlin, N. Masol 1, N, Mack, B, ltetit, l. Tinilnreok, S. Hales, D. ltadinsky, ll. Evf'1nfz,lt. lloclfgftl' S S yl .act v::,Cf.llr1r11 ilton M Simon I3 ll rr , , , , owletl, l. llectrzaon, B llulinq, ll. Wcxlkcer, ll. Koontz, N. Clliriyfpvll, ll. lJfvwfXr:1,c1r1fl lf. Cfciywocwcl. 'Cf mil op! Mrs. Alma Lahnum, rm.-,iNtr':nr' :md plTI'HUIl1ll Vu,1 ' A ,fx sccrctnry to Mr. Guffcy, 1CcnLorj Mrn. Cleo Klein cop! and Mrs. Kay McGum pm-me for Z1 picture nn they carry out their mnnv taxku in the ufficrr. !Bott,omj Student workcrn Helen Powurn and Jnnts Pearson work with Mrs, McGn1n, offtcre r-tm:re1.nry, Q-4 X PARENT-TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION The Parent-Teachers' Association has had a profitable year of promoting pleasant relations among parents, stu- dents and faculty. Regular meetings are held once a month and pertinent business is discussed. Capably directing the activities ot the P.T,A. were Mrs. Harry Barnum, Mrs. Clara Seater, Gordon Millikan, and Francis Graham, otticers ot the group. Among the projects sponsored by the P.'l .A. were a smorgasbord to raise money for the scholarship fund and several week-end dances for high school students. Mr. Millikan conducts a, meeting of the Parent- Teachers' Association. nth 'K out , a-1 s, Q 'rr Pictured left to right are P.T.A. officers: Mrs. Seater, secretary, Mrs. Barnum, president, and Mr. Millikan, vice-p re sident. I ' re Y li u X ll .. 't - . ' as f .. K . W llll Q . ' iwwg ix.-fi it B ii ' I I . . 1 ,B A El rl Y I wir 1. ' N b' y , tri -syn l f gh I my - MW. , 5. Eg l in 9 , ...gfi.K i4 l 'A l ti . r ,X r W X . N y :bk V N, f M f X5--ez. i l ' O . if , -'ti nl l A 13 1 'I 'Ss 1 yy riff '95 is if 7 Hg' ' mi, 'W is m -Q 2 .QU V X35 i X ,wi t V. I F f Q If 'C ' rl., . 1 . . . J .,.,y'u- 4' 'A EM A 'i?2 '-.Q I . , IVAN ,p0 '. ,fd .Qgfg - gif? '- tv .. f- QI., 1 L I I Y gb ' GN Q' 5 MRS. BRUCE comes to Anchorage for her first year at A.H.S. from Los Banos California. She graduated from the University of California with a B.A. MR. CROUCH is a newcomer to An- chorage and also comes from Cali- fornia. He received a B.A. at Idaho State College and is presently working toward his M.A. MRS. SUTHERLAND is an old-timer at Anchorage High, as this is her sev- enth year of teaching here. She is from Iowa and received her B.A. at Iowa State College. MRS. SHOCKLEY is another member of the A.H.S. faculty who has been here a lonq timeee-this is her ninth year. She is from Minnesota, where she received her B.A. at Hamline University in St. Paul. MISS GERDRUM replaced M RS. RYAN at the end of the first semester as a functional English and vocabulary- spelling teacher and as adviser to the ANCHOR and to Quill 6. Scroll. ENGLISH fTop7 MRS. NANCY BRUCE, Enulluh I, Ailvlrmr tn Freshman Clans, fCentorJ WENDELL CROUCII. Journalism, Enfltah III, Advisor to EAGLFPH CRY, Quill and Scrol, Debate Club' fBott.om Lofty MRS. M. ELIZABETH SUTHERELAND, English lv, Drama, Director of Junior and Senior Clnnn Pin H, Adviser to Thesptansg tBottom Righty MRS. PEAIIL SHOCKLEY, English III, Speech, Advtnor to Nu, tional Honor Society. 5 MISS SKULE transferred to high school after tive years at the junior high. She is from Minnesota and received her BA. from the University ot Minnesota and her MA. from Columbia. MISS SUOIA is from Minnesota and received her BS. at the University of Minnesota. She has been teaching here five years. This is MISS WOLSEY'S first year here. Her home town is Provo, Utah, Where she received her BJ-X. degree at Brigham Young University with a major in English. MHS, ZUMWALT is from New Haven, Connecticut. This is her first year of teaching in Anchorage. She holds a BA. degree from the University oi Cali- iornia. DEPARTMENT tTop Righty MISS JULIA SKULE, English I, Enge lish II, Adviser to Junior Class. 4Center Righty MISS TYNE SUOJA, English II, English III. lLower Righty MISS SARAH WOLSEY, English I, English T. II. 1Lower Lefty MRS. CLARISSA ZUMWA English III, Radio English. I ' ln.. f Na .Ni X 1 :rg M 'HH sr MRS. IIENIIIETTA BURKIIEIMBR Psychology, U. S. History fn-A 35.45 , ZW, . n 'H I Am 4 , iii? 'S ff y , . gg N d Q'- 'X X .. 0pP0f' W1LMER.CARL?A1aska History' Alaska U' S' Hi?-xhr to Junior Class gunitieii, il: SOCIAL MRS. BURKHEIMER has been teach- ing in Anchorage for four years. She received her BS. degree at Indiana University and also attended Miami University and Cincinnati University. This is MR. CABLES eighth year at Anchorage High School. He is from New Hampshire and holds a BIS. from Keene Teachers' College. He also re- ceived an M.A. from the University of Minnesota. MR. KNEDLIK came to Anchorage from Kansas, where he received a B.S. and MS. at Kansas State College. He has been teaching here for six years, both in the junior high and senior high schools. 1? 1 'il C3 STANLEY KNEDLIK World History, Adviser to Senior Class, Ski Club 16 4' tif N' STUDIES This is MRS. LARSON'S fourth year of teaching in Anchorage. She is from New Iersey and received her B.A. cmd M. Ed. from the University of Rochester, New York. MRS. ROBERTSON is ot newcomer to A.H.S. this year. Her home state is Pennsylvania where she received a B.A. degree at the Moravian College for Women. MR. SOLOMON received his BA. degree at New Mexico Highlands Uni- versity. This is his second year of teaching at Anchorage High. CHARLES SOLOMON if--S 'Z yay. Y ' V U. S. History, Sociology, Social Living E- X' , Mas. CATHERINE mason ' World History, Adviser to Senior Class W . .,...M X., x X MRS. EL I-EN World Geograp1z0B:RsT8gN ' ' - Yics M5424 WMAQWM 7M UMA EAW AMMLIW f I7 461' -- '- M is-' MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT MH ALLEN cfinie to Aiiviiwniqo iixiw yan frenz Lcirciniie, Wycininq. He iocoivoii ins BS. degree at the University oi VVyoiniiiq. This is MRS. CARLEWS eiqliili your iii A.ii.S. Her licine state is Minnesota and sire holds iiotii ner BS. Gnd MA. from iiie University oi Min nesfiigi. A newcoiner to Anciiomqe Hiqii iins yeiir, MRS. LITVINAS is irwin Soniorsoi, Kvntiicky. Sho qmdimied iroin Eastern Kentucky Siciio ifV'V'ilOCjO Wliil Cl dOQf9O. MISS RUUGIHR, wiio iiolds ci BS, ironi Him Uiiivwiztiiy :if Miiinosotii, iicis iuiiqiit iioro for nine yocniz. illiw iicisa 411:20 iiono qmdiicito wuik r w . . . in UCill4'fIi1Ull fit tiiv Cfiiiiciiin' Univvisiiy wi Aiiiwiiwi. MH. VifC'ifiiA 1:2 ii ncilivw of Nww Muxiwn rinfi I'Xf 'IV fi Inn HA. finri MA. imni Nvw M1-:-:vw Hllllllflllfiii llinvciifniiy. 'I'Iii:: ia: liizz fiiczi yfwii rii A.Il,fi. fT0pl ARTHUR ALLEN, Gcncrnl Math., Alpqnhm I, Profllghtg lCnnLr'rJ MRS. IVLARY CABLE, Plfixue Geometry, Algebra IIQ fLowcr Lefty MRS. JOSE PIIINE LITVINAS, GL-ncrnl Mnth., Algebra. I1 tLowcr Ccntcrl MISS JANET ROUGIER, Algebra II, Plano Geometry, Solid Geometry, Trlgmioinctryl 4Lower Righty VBNZY VECEIIA, Gcncrzil Math-. Plane Geometry. 4 XQXM COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT MISS GILLESPIE has spent six years teach- ing in Anchorage after coming here frcrn Min- nesota. She received cr BS. degree from the University of Minnesota. This is also MISS I-IOBES' sixth year at A.H.S. Her home state is Nebraska, where she attended the University ot Nebraska and grad- uated with a B.S. degree. MISS MUNSON completes her second year at A.I-I.S. after having spent seven years in Seward. She has a BA. frorn Mayville State Teachers' College and an MA. Irorn Columbia University. MR. OLSON is new to Anchorage High this year, coming to us from the junior high. He holds a BA. from Northern State Teachers' Col- lege, South Dakota, and an M.A. from Colorado State College. 1TopJ MISS IVAH GILLBSPIE, Shorthand I, II, Typing IIQ 1CentcrD MISS FLORENCE HOBBS, Typing I, Bookkeeping, Adviser to Student Fi- nance: fLower Lefty MERRITT OLSON, Algebra I, Typing I, General Businessg 1Lower Righty MISS MARIAN MUNSON, Typing I, Office Machines. ,ap r - . I i I i I .2 Q .-. 4 6 wtf X.. N A S fn. .3 , MISS NOLA CASEY Physical Education, Adviser to Folk Dancing MISS MAVIS CONLEE Physical Education, Adviser to GAA S Q .31 A I gre, .Q JALHIS COOPER Physical Education, Head Football Conch. Iritrnnirimls Bowling, Assistant Track and Baseball Coach. I 3 PHYSICAL MlSS CASEY is from Oklahoma, Where she received her B.S. at East Central State College and her M.S. at Oklahoma A. and M. This is her first year in Anchorage. This is MISS CONLEES sixth year at A.H.S. She is from lllinois and received her B. Ed. de- gree at Illinois State Normal. MR. COOPER is a newcomer to Anchorage this year. He is from Texas, where he gradu- ated from Northern Texas State College with a BS. in physical education. MRS. DUDLEY is also new to Anchorage High this year. She is irorn Idaho and rocoivod her BA. at Southern Idaho Collogo oi Edtica' tion. Sho has done aracliiato work at tho Uni- versity ol Oregon. YP' xx Bowhhl xi. I BY P Cl!! oYv Dunginsef 'O Ye MBS' 3UQi'5flCW n' A A i yhvsxca MRS s ' -THA 111001 Pllbgyg BUNKER EDUCATION MR. OTTMAR has loeen teaching and coach- ing at AHS. tor five years. He received his BS. degree at North Dakota State Teachers' College, Dickinson, North Dakota. He has also done graduate work at the University ot Minne- sota. MH. WlLTHOUT is new to Anchorage this year. His home state is Pennsylvania but he attended West Virginia University and gradu- ated with a BS. degree. MHS. BUNKEH served as the school public health nurse this year and visited the high school several tirnes each week. 4' BUD OTTMAR Physical Education . Varsity Basketball Coach, Assistant Track and Baseball Coach - KQ- I C27 5 :if J it 'ici is -is 1' Health Nurs e 147' BILL WILTROUT Physical Education. Junior Varsitv Basketball Coach, Assistant Football Coach. and Head Track and Baseball Coach 'R Q-,F .hg ,., 5,1 l if , Wt A 'A . ' an .,. ., iv: ,, 'Z I A I it-K' 1 N J V . 3 ' 1 f, ' , f , f , XXX- R --Q lf I Jwxr-sm I ', .N x MR. 1 N -t,t.QX Latin I. Lauri u, Adare? ,f,ufffff,fgf'f .ylxgw in H Miss ANN .Qt ff r French I French I1 A BUSS wil T. ' ' . Spanish II German 'l' - - I, ir. I .ic MRS. WILMA E Adviser to French Club, Moniw,-,, Nix V . V . Spanish I, Splfzsgflllg V f FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPARTMENT i it MHS. BUCHANAN, cr ndtive ol Ver- mont ond on Aloskciri for four yeors, received lier BA. ond M.A. ot Albany Stote Tedcliers' College. Slie lids done qrdduote work ot Syracuse University ond Middlebury College. MISS BUSS is from Minnesota, where slie received her BA. ond MA. ot tlie Members of Mrs, Epst,ein's Spanish II class listen to xx Spanish recording. University ofMlIlnc:5olc1. Slio licisiouqlit cn A.ll.S. live yecnf: cnid licis spent rndny sunnnors in lfuropo. Altliouqli MRS. lQllS'l'lIlN licifs lacvoii in Alcxslccr lor 16 years, tliis is lier first your of teocliiriq ut A.H.S. Slim is from lfl Poso, Te-xos, and received botli liur BA. and M.A. ot 'lexus Western. .li ix 22 ' E GOUGH - Ijgtsi ig.bgIFCrafts, Commercial Art ',!' . WWW s' I 4 ,,.,mm ,t ,J-rv,--Juv, --f ef ,...,..-f-- ff ' Q12 MlSS GCUGHS home state is Ken- tucky, but she has been teaching in Anchorage lor seven years. She hold a BA. from Western State Teachers' College and an M.A. from Peabody College. S MISS HCRTON has been teaching here for eleven years. Prior to this time Art Students pouring slip for ceramics are, left to right: Shnley McKinne J ' W ' ofm HoR'roN ...I ...QS 1 L ,xii M GUIN - , - 1 ISS C Senior .X?15:E1cedcBand, Beginners Band' TWH ers M H , , - d Chorus, MUSIC Allpfemauon' Mme Chorus' Girls' Glee Club ART AND MUSIC DEPARTMENTS she lived in North Doko her BA. at McCalister College in St. Paul, Minnesota. ta. She received MR. McGUlN is from Montana, where he received a BA. a sic at the University ct Montana. This is his second year of teaching here. nd an MA. in mu- y, ery okaty, Rachelme Tolman, Jlm Smith, and Jim McSharry. ff . - six an DFW X- T MRS. ANNE BABSKI Chemistry, Senior Science, Adviser to Projector Club 1 Sf, ff! t,,1 X X X MRS. EMORENE BRIGGS General Science JOSEPH FILLERUP General Science, Physics. Adviser to Camera C1ub,I'rcStim.1n Class 24 Ik, t1,,r79'f ff -- f . riff 1' H. u A v a J 1 1 I I ' 1 ' Q 1 1- X Q .b-I n I r ..l f AJ 4 X! my ff Nblbkq ' 9' ny,- ' SCIENCE MRS. BABSKI has been here two yccirs. Shc is from Hcrwciii mid received her BS. doqico Gt the University Ot Huwciii. MRS. BRIGGS Quits Anchorage homo, mid this is her second year of teuchihq here. Shc holds ci BS. from Marshall Coiloqo mid has dtmo qmcliitito work nit the University wt Mivhiquii. This ina 411:20 Mit, I1Il.I,.HRUP'S svvoiici yvcir fit A.H.f3. than licmiw pztcttu iz: Wycuiiiiiing, whvinv hw icvfwivtvci tucuth hir: BS, cmd MIX. fit thfv Uiiivvissity ot Wytiiiiiiify. MISS IOIINSCJN is: hom Miiiiimzotci, mint t1f1lft::1iB.A. lIOIIlC1tli1ifIVt1I1AKIKUIIJIIIIIEfjfllhifllt. 'l'hi:: i:1 hor hizzt your iii fXric'i1fJrcififr. . XJ A 1 ' I ,...-4n1 4' ' ' ' Cxziss SON homofe X r Aamovri Jgasa-mer to 50? MISS gxgcieilce' Bxoxog Genet? JEPARTIVIENT MRS. KNIGHT, who has been teachi at Anchorage High tor nine years, conside Alaska her home. She attended the University ot North Dakota and graduated with a BQS. degree. MISS LATI-IHOP is from Connecticut, but this is her fourth year at A.H.S. She holds a B.A. from Colby College in Maine and an M.A. from Smith College in Massachusetts. This is MR. WlNDELER'S first year in Anchorage after teaching last year in Dilling- ham. l-lis hcrne state is New lersey and he holds a B.S. from Rutgers University. p-1---1 .-3.11 'Gr LEQN W I General SCSIRELER f'. 1 MRS. LEORA KNIGHT Biology ,. , V K. .-1 ,f . 5 , . ,S .. 3 ,t K, vit, MISS MERLE LATHROP V Biology 25 f fl i 2 'L 1 Nav tTop to Bottoml JACK LORENZ. Study Supervisor: GORDON MILLIKAN. Study Supervisori MISS BARBARA RUDNICK. Librarian LIBRARY . hails from Kansas where he received a B.S. degree at Kansas State College. This is his lirst year of teaching in Anchorage High. MR. MILLIKAN is also ct newcomer to Anchorage High this year. He is a native ol Washington and received his BA and MA. at the University of Wasliirigtoii. He also holds a certilicate troni the Russian lnstitute of Columbia This' i-' MIQS RUDNI CK'S sixth year 4i:aliliit1rifiiiatIXllS S he is lroni No f c.c.o , c BA lit 1 in ' Co c M f . SIMPSON crime to A , . ii qrfrcliicitod lroin 1 fl '3 ' c' ff c, ' . MRS. HELEN SIMPSON An sismnt Libr'lri'm, English Qdviser to J I unior Red Cross Sophomore Class, . . . Q' rth Dtilzotfi wlicviw shi ri ivcd 1 . at N: l llfilctcr btcitcr , llvge. ll u :, '2 ricliorczgc lmiii CJTYWIUII 'Sl f Wil lfiiiif tif lliiivrfizwity with lil'-.. This if-1 Iitr tliircl yfifxi fit Ari hor rg t lligli HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT been teaching at MRS. BITTNER has st five years. Anchorage High for the pa She is from Prescott, Arizona, and re- A at the University ceived her BS. degree of Arizona. TIQWCOITIGF MISS GABRIELSON is a to Anchorage this year. I-ler home is La Verne, Minnesota. She graduated ' a B.S. de from St. Olaf College with QTQG. lTopl MBS. ELLADEAN BITTNER. Home Economics, I, II, III. Adviser to I'.H,A., Monitors: fCenterJ MISS RUTH GABRIELSON, Home Economics I, II Adviser to F.H.A., Junior Red Cross. fr,,, ...Q --N, 2 fBelowl Mrs. Bittner gives some welcome advice to members of a. sewing class. Left to right: Jane ,A Phillips, Pat Klotz, Judy White, Gloria Brock, Mrs. W, ,f Bittner, and Bonita Wise. wr ff . i j i a -.......,.......,.-. . if . . 'sf-.ra rn.. ds:-'fsfifg-Qi-4.:r'l 'ls F1 IL- INDUSTRIAL ARTS MR. FILLIGER cornes from New lersey. He received his BA. at Mont- clar State Teachers' College and also attended Arizona Slate College. He holds an AAA Driver's Training certifi- cate from the University ol Denver. This is: his second year at Anchorage High. MH. lVlQN'llGOlVlllRY is from Texas, lniil cxttonflocl lfanlorn New Mexico Uni- versity and qrcicliicilcvcl willi C1 BA. clufgrcw, llfv liar: croiiiplolocl Qty liotiris lowrirtl his lVla::lcrI':1 lhrfyrotr. 'l'ln:: 1:, liira lirrsl our in A.ll.fS. cillor' lf'lCI4IlllIlf Y I lfiial your at llifr Junior lnfgli, tTopJ LOUIS YILLIGER, General Mzithclnzitlcn Driv01 s Tminimrl fC0ntcrJ ROBERT MONTGOM ERY, Vocations, Work Experience: tBottomJ Driv er's training students receive instruction on thc inner working of a. car from Mr. Filliger. 5'- l ir' l y Q ,-. .fr DRIVEPJS TRAINING VOCATIONS MR. DEANOVIC is from Minnesota, Where he graduated from Winona State Teachers' College. He holds a B.S. and and M.Ed. from the University ot Min- nesota. This is his fifth year in Anchor- age. MH. KICKBUSH is Cl new teacher at A.H.S. this year. His home state is Wisconsin and he graduated from the Stout Institute, Merarnonie, Wisconsin, with a B.S. degree. This is also MR. YAI-IN'S first year at Anchorage High. He is from the state of Washington and received his BA. degree in education from Central Wash- tngton College of Education at Ellens- burg. ,Assn -4 1- P , I AI 01, , tTopi PETER DEANOVIC, Mechanical Drawing I, II, Workshop 1: fCenter7 ROLAND KICKBUSH, Auto Mechanics, Adviser to Pep Clubg QBottomJ ROBERT YAHN, Workshop I, II. ,r y .4 ' A . tfilxg ' W ima, ,,,., wi ' I . gf A 2' Jaw. it no X if-H QQ 1- ,x Prop! Business Manager Mrs. Jean Ottmar and Cafeteria Manager Mrs. Edith Brochu check records and compare notes after another busy day. lllottomj Mrs. Croskey and Mrs. Ptanga pause from their many duties as cafeteria, cooks. CAFETERIA STAFF Under the direction of Mrs. Edith A. Brochu, cafeteria manager, the staff of the cafeteria has capably prepared .and served tasty meals to satisfy hungry A.H.S. students. Mrs. Iean Ottmar has held the position of business rnanagerp Mrs. Francis Croskey is the baker and in charge of the soda fountain: and Mrs. Annie Pianga is another cook. Food is served in the cafeteria from 11:00 until 1:00 each day and students working late at school may purchase snacks after 3:00 P.M. Twenty-three student workers have helped in the efficient functioning of the cafeteria. 30 Hungry students impatiently wait in line for lunch in the cafeteria. Y, MAINTENANCE STAFF An efficient maintenance staff has done an excellent job of keeping the halls and rooms of A.H.S. bright and clean. When Mr. Clyde Dickson, who was day custodian throuqh most of this year, was transferred, Mr. Croskey replaced him. Other custodians include: Laura Thomas, Whose section is the south winq, top floor, Lloyd Thomas, general maintenance man for the school dis- trict, Altamae Vaughan, top floor, north wing, Hester McCoy, first floor, south wing, Evridqe McCoy, first floor, north winqp Mabel Skiletsky, who is in charqe of the laundry: Betty Cole, cafeteria and music department, and lohn Vaughan, library. Many thanks are due this competent personnel who add so much to our school. Mr. Clyde Dickson, day custodian at A.H.S.. pictured as he prepares Christmas trees to decorate the school. A few of the custnrtizms arc, left tu right, Evridtrc McCoy, Mabel Skilctsky, and Betty Colc. A. 5 . : :N .X A: 3 Jigs Q Q T - ,F 3 AA Us 3 ' 1' yi if 2 115 ' v rf - -Y 'rl 'Q . ' f - Q. .,', 5 1 ' ,Xl Q . , f ? jf O 31 ' P .11 I2 . ' -l - .1 e e - 'Q 'I 1 f 9 Mil 'Lk' ff 0 fl in si l iff- I ' V. 'sow fri X 'tid Wat? 'lf .5 1504 lt -I .MW 4 .ff n .il 1'9- l ll fjljr I VA' lf. pa 1 1 'Q' !L.,! 'gifz -7' In bl ff 4' 'A .,, W ff f 1 IW!!! it W6 e . f My 14 , Qu! J! t I ff M xl If f X Q 1 M .' A-, f 441 :fl fit f 3-5 f fhiffgif ff' ii y K -, t . - rife UQQ, V, f fy W fl X X, T -, ' -1: ' If 'iff ax . -we e-rf-' ' A.. A r Q , M .tfvp X l f - f 4 , f -r - X 2 ff time it vs ,W tt. f 1 as Nz 5151. I I ' ' f gp f S VISITORS enter Anchorage High School one of the first things they see is our school seal. They probably pass it by with only a complimentary remark but it means much to an A.H.S. student. To us it represents the pleasant memories of never-to-be-forgotten days. Many students don't realize how the idea of the seal originated. In 1952 Barbara Benoit designed the cover for the ANCHOR. It was this cover design that Mr. A. W. Morgan, Superintendent of Schools, authorized the architect, Nlr. Manley, to include in the marble floor of the front entry way. Aziz A , , Sr' X X 'V A 5,7 ! , . V l It ' By popular demand a custom was H .-.. f if I i fi . 'ff' established that students refrain from showing ' ' tl, ' disrespect to the seal in any way, Z A Z ,, particularly by walking on it. Now, even ,ZW I B as students crowd the halls, the seal lies bright and unsullied as the student body demonstrates a fine school spirit. ll I I E I : 3 E I I I 3 i K . Editors: Kathy Broze Nancy Ransdell ly! A . ..-. .. .g.',. .. -, . ..,,w -, - ..-, -Q:,'3g:Qy' -11159-: :Siu-2 3, 1 --'Hg M. Lifts -:':v 0' '- ' 'ies L nys X gf, 4,39 Q ' . -.1-Lg, , 5: -. , un X -4 -' L- A - . : v . . ve. -N. -1. -.1 I. J Q,N1.- 4,3 ,al ,ng , vi .. ,- run .' U, 0. ,.-. ,.:. - 4 1 -4 . . ,,,, . .. .. - A H -'-I L ...+'.,,, if-f , w-- Ly. ,.: , . ' A -f N'ff-i's.3 ,g.-4.-.-:-x- U '-.A 94 -.n2',g' Q-2 .- '- ' iLuIU 'I'h1- e4nu:4'cm+ of thu lilhl hh school yrrnr win-1 :lure in pnrl, tu than lvaulurnlnp :mal hnrd work ol Gary Helm, Hllltlhlll Body Px'ur+lrlcm,. Khuwcx' lultl Alwnyrc Ill ALI.:-mlnmznr :IL llllflltillgll :mtl willing to do lu-x' vellum WJIH Dmm: Rilillllbiky, rI'Ludr'uL Body Vim: I'rcH1dunL. 1CnnLurJ Sfllllffllf. Body Scr:rnL:ux'y Beverly Collar kept complete und JH3CllI'ilU7 rem: urcls of ull Studcxlt. Council bllfilllff!-KH. 1Lowcr rxghll Bnvcrly Kocstmrr, 'I'rcus4 urcr ol the Student Body, hnmllcd ull ii lmucxzxl nmttnrs, zudcci by thc nxpc vxcc of MISS Hobbs, rt :ad - v- ft JN gp 'B x ' g 1 T i Y ,P X v E a I EJ . - . W . ' U to 'nz Bib , I IF to 5 6 ll, can 1' 'nn' uv ay 4 o 4451 't ua a -ou D ll , L ....... so 4...-. X v '- 3 3 1' W . ,,.-nf-4' 4 AN 3'-I, -I. 1 o o,'v .,y,',g 'I' -,,. ,.,, , , ... , .M-.4-wif. 4- ,.5.'f,g4d:a,,op 'ig-'I inf...-5' , '!'+.'- WS, .,. , a, -. ,.,., v,,.,,, ,, f .1 - -. If sf-E A' fre .54 -JL, . ,. 1 'ff-yt. ,.3i,'f7.,,t, 7 1' -, f .Q '. ' ' .-sill','fziQf 1 :E 1- - 1- .'- 1' Q '.j wtf, -441355: by 3 ., uf 4 -5 i, Qin- ,ff.-2274516 -. vin . L- vi' 7' Yr., ' Hitt 'z '-4.2.11 ' .1, .r ' .4 '-'- I '- it-ffygi 'v.1f:?' .-.-1,ff: ' w-f-Q ,' -- ,N ..f2'f' 5 -9 --: fgt,'rv.::.fzfy3.aif1' 'Q -4 :Hifi Student Council members are, left to right.: B, Collar, D. Radinsky, J. Paccio, B. Koestner, D. Ren- shaw, G. Gebo, Mr. Rewollnski, L. Hry- ant, K. Wallace, B. Hardin, M. Pnrkins, and E, Trujillo. n. is mw- lf .r 'Q in n '?f 0? I , i K 0 I I W 46 W ,df , v The Student Council successfully governed the activities of the student body again this year. Heading the council were Gary Gebo, president: Diane Rakinsky, vice-presidentg Beverly Collar, secretary: and Beverly Koestner, treasurer, who were elected by the students ot Anchorage High School last spring. Each class was represented by its president and one elected delegate. Members of the student body put their ideas and recommenda' tions into the suggestion box or presented them to Student Council members for consideration. Plans were discussed, investigated, and in some cases, put into effect. Selling activity tickets was just one of the many projects under- taken by the Council. lndentiiication cards for all students were provided for the first time. Student Council members organized the . f . . in ormation and sold ads for the EAGLE S PEEP, the new student telephone directory. During the Western Alaska Basketball Tournament Anchorage was the host to visiting student councils. Combined groups met to discuss the numerous common problems of Alaskan high schools and to exchange ideas for their betterment. As Director of Student Activities, Mr. Iohn Rewolinski acted as adviser to the Student Council during the 1954-55 school year. .Wifi , I' J' VX - ig X-My , W.. ...W 'wjf'm.7 V Q ix lk 4Leftt Head monitor Bob Cary had the job of co- ordinating and supervising the monitors, bn- . if .St :IV P ' tr Q ,eil WF . mr gn 1.1 + 'f'3 K? 4 x ,I D t a rl , .ue y ' 'M Q tAbovc1 Frlt-ndly mont torn Dulclo Clnrk and Pat Cnrpontcr chock Cllthy Colo'H pass-boforo letting hor go down tho hull. 6Lefth One duty of the monitors was to collect attendance slips each hour. Here Butch Hilo makes the rounds. MONITORS Do you have a pass? Moni- tors ask this question of any stu- dent proceeding through AH. S. halls during class periods. These hall - watchers W e a r identifying buttons and are sta- tioned throughout the building. Checking students' passes is only one ot their many jobs. Collecting attendance slips, di- recting visitors, and helping su- pervise the cafeteria during the lunch hours are all duties of the monitors. Miss: Anna Buss and Mrs. lfllaclotin Bittner supervised the monitors' activities again this year. All the umuitors workrvcl tolgctlmr to krvep our halls quiet. :ind orderly. c 5 I I P gi-Q-,:.!it'c:i:7::,a , 57'.:V6.:gxL'3 3. 3,2-i,f:,.f,-.3 1.12 1f:g.fZvg.-z,,.i:.ilf:gg EI,-1 ::'355:?:n': : 4 -1 -' J, fjehfw .-, ' 1 31,551 'A '-J4gv,i7f,--K f 1234:-fp ,f 4-11,-,'-n-Je., ,:ff. -: aj 1 ,f 'P -53, ,'f.',i'- -f1f--',- :u,f:5.- 1-- .-', .Hr ':.:'2 ' .7 . , , 'f - - 74,-w A vhs, iffy, S515 1.37-1-Lgyg,, Af: ' M.: qv: , . 1- -'Q 454.75 ,, 3-JJ: 4: gy. Q, ,--2.51-.355 .sg -jg' um: I.. ,z, 1- , g , -.-,-YJ., rf ,-:W 1: 4. ' L 'Egg-ui' 7 , .'p -. - 9 4, 2 7 -,1 1.22.5 ,3 51.4.5-,. - I - 2- 1 -D 41, . '.', -' ' Q .-J ,- - mf, . 1. . 1. .,, 1. ,, .14-,S . . s - l, f A. .f fi-.. .. 4, f 1 4.1 -U: 31-, ,. ,, 4, V fu 3 4'-9 . 1,-15221-1 Vg'-Sify 1t'w1-l5 - .ti 5 .5i7- ':'f'., '1 if-1 tv: -gf- 5::rp.mf..-1 22,7-' '.::, fav!! i,1fg':'.sy. 53 2'i'1 -11if2rs.'I 2--':1+1t-'f'fv.1ft:i' 1 -:k11.fT?:J'-'si f'1'?-. '.f:f.--'Ji '- ' l i I ' SEPTEMBER OCTOBER NOVEMBER l-34-Registration l--Football game Cin 13-Basketball, Ancli. vs. 7-First clay ot school Palmeri Palmer 24-Football game Cin Ancbj 8-Homecoming Rally and l8, l9, 20-Senior Play Dance 22.eBasketball, Palmer vs. 9-Homecoming Game Cin ARCH Anclml 24-fSenior Ball l5-Football game Cin Palmer? 22--P.T.A. Smorqasbord 29-A Club Halloween Dance DECEMBER IANUARY FEBRUARY l-Basketball, l.V.'s vs. l4-l5-Basketball, Anch. vs. l-4-Teachers' Conference Wasilla Seward 9-Basketball, Anch. vs. l5 Basketball, Fairbanks 2l-Basketball, Ancli. vs. Fairbanks vs. Anch. Palmer ll-12-Basketball, Seward l7ee-Latin Dance 25e Panhellenic Style Show vs. Anch. 204 eClf1ristmas Assembly 27-28eeBasketball, Fairbanks 18-Basketball, Palmer vs. 24-3-Christmas Vacation vs. Ancb. Anch. 25-Basketball, Anch. vs. Palmer MARCH APRIL MAY 2-Se-Western Alaska l lunior Pram 5hSpanish Banquet Tournament 5 Cilgfgl Cgmgerf 7-Track Meet IO, 12-All Alaska 7-eFHA Dance 15-Baccalaureate Tournament l2 Latin Banquet 19-GfCIdL1GliO1'1 26-Tri-Hi-Y, FHA Style 15-16 Music Festival Show 22-23 Tiiespian Play 29 Senior Sneak 'Spanish Dance I l 1 i , I i ' V 3 . 5 W l Q S' I 5 I f f S ' l l i 2 2 l I I M i 3 5 Q sl , 't l . , T i f Q F 5 E ! als ' tl! if ' F ' 1 . 4 Qi B . 1. -.A . ,YL v A -E I Eg IME il' P5 t i I i will Wifi! W it ,i., 5-15 Ll, LL 1 Q ILHIHI iii it: l il L l Q ik - 4 V f .. ,. -tt-iff: Ar from REGISTRATION .. wt l ifx How's my schedule? , f 5 -Uv 1 I I' Q, qw, 1 ff The final check Hey, help mc up. 1 Q ia- 3' . V .,-.., 1, - - -1 A-5- 'F ' .S '- The beautles and the beasts 38 , l-'K lg uf'-4 . vs A 'nj' ' I Let's have some SeTVlC6. .,-Qi. -1-qi s., 2 i One Smorgasbord ticket, please. x 'P f Don't point that thing' at mc. I qwxlfi ..-W-,V . J Q ef' V 34 . z X :I rung, A 6 L 1' U Boy, this is good. A fx-X 0 tv 1 ff? Ii Just a couple of cons. 3-9 - 4 MI, I? -, , if , L, V, H-'rg QQ. u ' if ' X ' V- ' ' ' 'ifu 3. Y But. the Llttlest Angel had nothing to give. I'11 rub lus hands. fi 1 5 F, WI 1 1 Nw' lk I 40 si, F f 5 I - B J A, V 'E' A fy Nick, quit feeding her a line, B'- J1- -I One of the monitor's jobs is to entertainf7J A.H.S. students. Care thru A new student 7 I.. to jOiD US? I GRADUATION. 5 af ,- I - 1 J, lt' X lt iq I if , xl, tif , Xi, X ilk 'E ,aa l f ' lflfvf f I 7! l l L - A ' lf' I. , f xrlmm 0 s esf f' xX l lllll f' ES 1.vNl ll XV f f . Y f , 4 .v ff f f ' lw , fy K 9 llkr l xl! ' p l, ,lt 114 rl if f v 4 It , lf- '1 I K ,gl rm, r ts' 1 V KP' ' 1 ,- 41 R If? A, x J I 2? W IA f! in f I ' 41214 S YOU look at pictures of the members of the classes of 1955, it would seem that there must have been an unending stream of students: but looking through the 1917 ANCHOR, you would notice that there were no seniors, only one junior, two sophomores, and nine freshmen. That was the extent of the high school, and the total school enrollment was only 206, which included the primary, intermediate, and secondary levels. Through the years the enrollment of the high school has grown from 12 to 1,289 students: we've come from a four-room wooden schoolhouse to a larger, more modern school, and finally to the beautiful building which we now occupy. With each year the old traditions grow stronger, and each new phase in our growth brings new traditions which will keep on developing as long as the spirit of Anchorage High School continues. Marcia Lund Pat Johnson A ' ' ' C ' X 1 U U F - Y Q Editors: Senior: Junior: Betsy Ostler Janet Young Sophomore: Karla Wayson Marie Simon Freshman: Rae Hinchey Jane Dissly 'So fx 5 fe' Q ' ai Y N ..- X J M of Wffffffcfififlv, Q - f,,,,, 1, 5M,,,7,f M fffflff? iff fr mf, , , W' W ln' gg it iw-,riifiir ., X ' - ,Q+'fe - fi , f1 WL1f - JS ' . As we look toword the future, we hove hope ond the utmost confi- dence in our obility to force the chollehqes we will meet. We feel thot the troiriihq we have received ot AHS hos fitted us well for the toslqs thot ore before us. M. . 3 I. JU .lc v 1 b wbftg v L Under lie- ide shi fficlerii officers, 11111 111 cel ent sponsc, 511119 of Mrs. , 112111 2 ,KITSCK 1 rind Mr. Slcvxpgy Knedlik, the C1 11:15 '15 CQ 1 s 1111111111 and final suc- ' yn 1 111 llil. 0 1 ' , .nc-111 : 1 lfllly c1rqc1111zc111Q11:: und 1111114 1-11 11l!1lf1I'lif 1 11:1 qll A115 5110115 und f11'1lvl111-::. , cl 'l'l11- 13--1111 111 9l1ll11 l'l11y, 11111 1111 l1y 11-111lW1111:11111 lwfll 11:1 111 1111: 1'lf1:'1:, wr,-111 llllllllllllllii 111 11111 :11'l1'1'1l yr,-1111 1L0wor lvftj Gary Cusliliig, vice president, is il wcllflikcd svniui' who gladly served his class in every possible way, 1C0llf.0l'1 The Senior Class made :1 wise cholcc in selecting MRl'R1lI'0t- EIHCYSOII to serve as secretary, Hex' efficiency and nlort mind make her Sl perfect person to take on this all- lmportniit job. tklghtyr Always active is Marleen Wavson who gladly devoted much of her time to serve as treasurer of hor class, 1: Q 1 1 1 ' 451 ' . ' ,A n 1 1 We -5 A an 7 MJ 4 1 1 Being prcsidciit of the Sonlor Clinm is ll tm-1k that l'C41ll1l'0H putlmico, Xl good 11111 position, 111111 1.1111 nbillty to loud. Ernie T 1' ll j i 1 lo fiilflllml 1.110110 l'01lll1l'0lll0llf1N and rlcvcptmi rv sponslblllty nnd l1:11'11 work to prnvn hlni null' 011111111111 of llillllll 11114 1,1111 job of I'reN1 110111. of tho UI111414 of 'DFL 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 E , 1 1 U 1 if x 1 '7 F7 W 4 1 1 ' 1 1 , 1 1 11 i X 2 11 1 ,G ,, lj 1 .941 V 1 J' NE ii , I ,E M PF 2,1 1. 0, , 5 ,W , 0 George H. Abboit Donald Anderson ' William Bowman Mary Jane Bradley Edward Brewer Jacqueline Brizzolari GEORGE H. ABCOTT, Hi-Y 33 Pep Club 3, 4g Bowling 4. PATRICIA ALCOTT, GAA 13 Jr. Prom 3. ALEX ALLEN, Entered from Columbus, Ohio in 3. IRA OWEN, Entered from Fort Smith Sr. High School. DONALD ANDERSON, Entered from Seattle, Wash, in 2. JAMES AURICH, Attended AHS all four years FRED BATSON, Entered from Springfield, Ore. in 23 Jr. Prom 33 Sr. Ball 43 Jr. Execf. Cum. 33 Basketball, Jr. Varsi- ty 2, Varsity 3, 4, Captain 43 Football 2, 3, 4, Captain 43 A Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, 4. CHARLES BONFIELD, Enter ed from Antioch, Calif. in 4, JUNE BOWDISH, Sr. Play 4, Jr. Prom 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee 39 Senior Choir 4. WILLIAM BOWMAN, Jr. Play 35 Sr. Play 43 Christmas As- sembly 4g Soph. Assembly 2. MARY JANE BRADLEY, Tri- Hi-Y 1', 2, 3, 45 NHS 3, 4: Monitor 23 Jr. Prom 3: Pep glub 1, 2, 3, Folk Dancing 2, ', 4. EDWARD BREWER, Attended AHS all four years, STANLEY BRICE, Attended AHS all four years. GLEN BRIGGS, Tliespian Play 3, 4, Jr. Play 3g Sr. Play 4. JACQUELINE BRIZZOLARI, l'Intvi'wl from Enpflexvuofl, Calif. in 353 'l'1'i-lli-Y 45 Pr-p Club -13 Anrlior -1. Patricia Alcott Alex Allen Ira Owen James Aurich Fred Baison Charles Bonfield June Bowdish Stanley Brice Glen Briggs gr-1, 3 X, I I F lf ,KL , hm any 'rs f , I Student Council representative and ski enthusiast Larry Bry- ant has fi pleasant personality and is a very likable senior. i QQ!! 1 l ' Qu I 'QD U' - al- .- ' A 'Q 'iv N9 iv -.jul +1 ' 'N '91 'W ROBERT ANTI-IONEY BROS- NAHAN, Entered from Tampa, Florida in 2: Jr. Red Cross 3, 4: Library 2, 3, 4. COVELL D. BROWN, Entered from Battle Ground, Washing- ton in 3: Thespians 3, 4: Jr. PIM' 35 Sr. Play 4: Thespinn Play 4' Jr P . . rom Com, 3: EAGLES CRY 3, 4, LARRY D. BROWN, Entered from Arkansas Citv K , ,, ansas in Il: Monitors 4: Football 4: Track 4: Bowling 4: A Club 4: Jr, Red Cross 4: Folk Dancing 4. ROGERS BROWN, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 4: Bnsketbull Mgr, 1: Track M ' gr. 1, Jr. Red Cross 2: llnsobull Mgr. l. LARRY BRYANT, JR., Prom. Coin, 3: Sr. Bnll Cum, 4: Ski Club 3, 4, Pres. 4: Noni. Cum. Il: Studi-nt Couuvil Rep. -t: Sr. Sui-nk Cum, liluurma n -l. Sparkling eyes, n. baautlful 2332- 'gf'c:,,,?u':: L,: Q3Q iwrrucm BRYANT, lem.-.4.-.1 Llowalyn Schuster from Pulmi-r, Alunkn in Il. Carol Curtis in a willlnf work- er and lends her vvacloul JAMES BURNETT, Alu-ml.-tl personality to many school ac- AHS nll four ye-nrn. tlvltlos. MARY S xi MARGARET BURN- ETT, Tri-Hi-Y 2: Sr, Play 4: Latin Bnnqur-t 1, 2: Crime-rn Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer Il, 4: Folk Dan:-ing 1 2 'l .TUDY CARR, GAA 2, Il, 4: Sr. Play 4: Prom. Com, 11: Sr, Ball Cum. 4: Pep Club 3, 4. JOSEPH M CASS . EL, Entered from Shreveport, Louisiana in :lg Sr, Play 4: 1'IAGLlQ'S CRY 'l 4 A ., : NCIIOR 3, -I: Truck 3: Christmas Assembly 4. ESKO G. GATE, Sr. Play 4: Pep Club 1, 2: Camera Club, 1, 2: Folk Dancing 1, 2, ll, 4. ROLLA CHAPMAN , Ente-red from Sc-nppoose, Ore. in 3: NHS 3, 4, Trens. 3: Basketball, Varsity 4. ARNIE CHRISTIANSE N, Cmn- vrn Club 4: EAGLl'l'S CRY -l: ANCHOR. 4: Monitors 3, 4: Pep Club 2, Il, -1: Sr. Ball Coin. 4. MURPHY CLARK, Monitoru Il, l: Hr. Bull Coin. 4: Pop Club I, 2, ll, 4: Culnurn Club 2, 3: Howling 4: Folk linlir-ins: 1, 2, Il: Hopli, Arun-mbly 2: ind la Hun f' uh l, MILLICENT OLEMONS I, 2, 3, 4: Choir 1, 2: 'l'ri-lIl- Y Style Show 2: llnnd Counvil il, 4: Pep linnal 2, Il, 4: lluwl- ing 4: lfllllfl! llund 4. , llltlid , , ., 4, Sec.- Trens, 3. DOROTHY COFFMAN, CAA l, 15, 3, 4, Suv.-'l'r1-na. 4: Tri-Ili4Y Style Show Il: Jr. Prom Com DAVID BUTCHER, Att:-nilml il: S ' AHS all four years. r. Ball Com, 4: Pop Club ll, 4: ANNE CANNON, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: EAGLE'S CRY 1, 2, 3, 4: Ski Club, 1, 3: Class Trea ' Latin Banquet 1, 2, Zi. CATHY COLE, Entered from Oklahoma Citv Ok . ,, lahoma in . 4: FHA 4. s. 1, Student Coun- cil 1, 2: Exec. Com. 3: Thes- D1B11S 3: 42 Jr. Play 3: Sr. Play 4: Thespian Play 4: Soph, Assembly 2: Jr. Prom Co-Chair- mall 32 Sr. Play Com, 4: NIIS 3. 43 Monitors 4. BEVERLY COLLAR, GAA 1, 2, 3, 'rri-Hi-Y 2, NHS 3, 4, Jr, Prom Com 3: Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4: Spanish Banquet 2: Cheerleader 3: ANCHOR 33 Student Council Rep. 1: S, B. JAMES CARPENTER, Entered Sec. 4: SKUGHY1! CU'-Ulfll 1. 4: from Live Oak, California in Sr. Ball QUPH1 4' 2: Pep Club 2, 3: EAGLES CRY 3: Track 1, 4: SIGNET 3. LARRY CONNERS, Att .rosnrn cum, Entered in 2. AHS 4-nili-al all four years. f Z Robert A. Brosnahal Covell D. Brown Larry D. Brown Rogers Brown Larry Bryan! f , fmwz, , f R 5 Z L 6 if s nf X S xx x 1 a 1-if, , c .ily 1 I f K Ar- ,,.,f Q57 ' figigh Patricia Bryan! I ' , 'J ' 62,511- Mary M. Burneti ' X Q 'I-4' 'P V I f . I 4 V 'C' VV ' V f' V, . 2 ' X 4 David Butcher 'V ' ' N' uf ' ...- Anne Cannon 4 X' 59 l ig . Rf James Carpeniet a t A 3 L f Q EA Joseph Carr 7 ' . Judy Carr I g x J 2 ? ' 3, 5 C G' ya G. , Joseph M. Cassel 5- , ' I 5, Esker G. Cain 3, yd- EJ' Holla Chapman . V id, A Arnie Christiansen f Murphy Clark K X s V l I H M Q 1 'f Q L ' X -, :Ea 5 ' , fx if 3 X B 1 K M il ,1 1 ' s fm ' Q Q '-i on Q L K' 905 - ' ' Millicent Clemons Dorothy Coffman 'T f Caihy Cole 1 1 Beverly Collar - Larry Conners L 4 .K Svlf? fl gf 1, FX fl 'N 1 6 4 A 'N 1 K. 7 4 , -4 1.1 U k nfv ij 5 V 3 1 49 KA, 'Ffa f. .- QR V Q Ns' T f 50 -, -S 1 Q' VUN U r .L- x ., 1 s , 1.- -If ,E i I x fill 3s auf zu.: 1 b 'Q .S 45, vo v' 4, . up f 1 lp 'Q ,QNQ ii' 4 5. -v 5 1 i .fo X A4 N 275 N . 'X - '.l. h V .. X 3, I 1 ef K ' , A ,, , i if A his w 2 , a ,..o ' K i 'V pq x 6 A ,ge sk' 1- up-.1 M- 1 5 I fn l K Y- 1 fx fn, fi so . J x V ,,...i,.l, ? ,, ,, Eloise Mary Corliss Johnnie Mae Creer Jack Patrick Culhano Carol Curtis Gary Cushing Carlene Daly Elaine DeLorenzi Dale Dixon Patricia Ann Dixon James Dolezal Michael Donoher Charles Eggen Thomas Graham Ellis Margaret Emerson Roald Engebreth Fay Engell Delores Erickson Clayton Ervin John Ewbank Richard Ferguson Nancy Fleming Gloria Foster Merle Frank ELOISE MARY CORLISS, Tri- Hi-Y 2, Sr. Ball Com. 4, Pep Club 2, 3, Latin Banquet 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, 3, Sec, 3, EAGLE'S CRY 2, 3, ANCHOR ?. gi iki Club 2, Folk Dancing .TOHNNIE MAE CREER, En- tered from San Francisco, Calif. in 4: GAA 4, FHA 4, Sec 4, Charmetts 4, JoHN PATRICK CULHANE, Attended AHS 1, 3, 4. CAROL CURTIS, Entered from Seattle, Wash. in 4, Pep Clur 4, Sr. Ball Com. 4. GARY CUSHING, E n t ere d from Butte, Mont. in 2, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Latin Banquet 2., Class Vice Pres. 4, Basketball Mgr. 3, Football Mgr. 4, A Club 3, 4. CARLENE DALY, Majorettes 2, 3, 4, Head Maj. 3, 4, Sr. Bull 4, Jr. Prom 3, Jr. Play 3, Sr, Play 4, Bowling 4, Pep Club 2, 3. ELAINE DeLORENZI, Entered from Tncomn, Wash. in 2. DALE DIXON, Entered from Arlington, Virginia in 4, PATRICIA ANN DIXON, En- tered from Milton, Pa. in 2, Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4, Monitors 2, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Sr. Bull Com. 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Latin Banquet 21, Jr. Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Sr. Choir 4. JAMES DOLEZAL, Entered from Snn Jose, Calif. in 4. MICHAEL DONOHER, Attend- ed AHS in 1, 41 Pep Club 4, Band 1, 4, Hi'Y 1. CHARLES EGGEN, Entered from The Dulles, Ore. in 3, lf1AGl,l'l'S CRY 3, 4, ANCHOR :i, 4, Cumeru Club 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3, Sr, Choir 4. THOMAS GRAHAM ELLIS, Entered from Asheboro, N. C. in 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Jr, Red Cross 3. MARGARET EMIERSON, NHS 3, 4, Monitors 2, Jr. Play 3, Sr. lay 4, Jr, Prom Com. 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, EAGLES CRY 8, 4, Class Sec. 4, Sr. Exec. Corn. 4, Soph. Assembly 2, Nom. Com. 3. ROALD ENGLEBRETH, Jr. Play 3, Sr. Play 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Banquet 1, Spanish Banquet 2, Football 4, A Club 4, Intramurals 4, Sr. Sneak Com. 4. PAYE ENGELL, Entered from Merdian, Miss. in 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3. DELORES ERICKS.0N, Jr. Prom Com, 3, Sr. Ball Com. 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. CLAYTON ERVIN, Entered from Seattle, Wash. in 3, Pep Club 4. JOHN EWBANK, Entered from Leavenworth, Kan. in 4, Prof jec-tor Club 4, Pep Club 4. RICHARD FERGUSON, Hi-Y 1, Folk Dancing 3, 4, Bnnd 1, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 3, 4: Irish Band 1. NANCY FLBMING, Attended AHS 1, 2, 4. GLORIA FOSTER, Jr. Red Cross, 1, 2, 3, 4. MERLE FRANK, Monitors 31 Pep Club 3, Ski Club 32 Folk Dancing 1: Band 1, 2 3 P910 Band 1, 2, Dance Band 1: Boxing 1. --4' W . Q 0 Ji' 'Q I ,Q a F 1 ' ,V P , :Fi ' ii I : V e 'r , , ,. 1 'M A true drlmstlc ability, I pixlelike charm, real artistic talent, and a bubbling spirit mark Temple Martin. a senior favorite. Covell Brown could never be accused of lacking a. sense of humor. His unusual personal- ity and gift of gala make him an outstanding addition to the Senior Class. C..- U a.'l ' ,IQ b ,fin 3 ' g 2 5 A' ' Q- I K ' I F, tl- x 4 1 r fs ' lr l ag. l , 5 i A, D 52 A record of raul aorvlco mid loyalty to AHS lu tlnn. of Glen Hiu'gun'r4. In uddltton to his mnny actlvltlon, Glen hun had tlmu to bocorno known ns ii real good Joe to everyone. 1 4 3 I A Genova Jmrvln, new to AHS this yonr, hu a winning way and in sweet. personality that has rapidly made her one of the most popular members of the Sanior Class. -'-wif 5 Q in IVAN YROHNE, .Kitt-nilwtl .HIS l. -li Si' l'l,iy -l, Ilzinvi- llunil 4. GARY GEBO, ljiitvrvtl in 2 from Layton, Vtuli, Mtmitur il. .lr. Pr0m King Il: Sr, Bull 4: Spanish Banquvt G: ANCIIOR 35, 41 Class Preis. Il: Studrut Council fl, 41 Stullrut Body Pros, 4: Basketball Varsity Ji, 4: Football 2, Ii. 4. t'0-l uptiiin 4: 'Truck 2: .K Flub Il, 4, Sul'- Trefis, 4: Baseball 2, Il, 4: Sopli. Assembly 135 Sr, Ring t'ommittee 4. CHRISTINE GILL, I-Iutert-tl from Glendale, t'uliforniu in 3: Tri-Hi-Y 3, 4: Sr. Play 3: Jr. Prom Com. 3: Sr. Rall Coin. 4: Pep Club -1: Spanish Bnuquvt Il. 43 EAGLES CRY 4. KERRY GOUGH, Sr. Plny 4: IH-p Club 1, Il: Jr. Play Il: Bowling 4: l'I,ltll,l'1'S CRY Il, tl, Quill St-rull il, 4, Tlivspiuns Il, 4 Q 'l'ln-spiun l'luy 4: .lit ' ' lin luxl-4'. ti , Il, .-X Fl lb 4: Foul- lmll Il, 4. tfliristinus Axsrinlili lg Jr, l'run1 Il. NHS Il, 'Ig llllflllllllflllti I, -I: Sliuinrtn'lt Nivirl King fl, JODY GRANGE, lflnti-ri-il frinn lluat-in, liuui:,i,in.i in 15: Final- llull 'l l' X l'llill 'l I l'i i tlliill ll: .lr. lfxa--', Vmn, lj Fr llnll Villll. I' llxmltvllusill, Jr. 'i'iirwilx' Y'lI ll'v I .., . r- I' .l. TRAVIS GREEK, lint:-ri-il Irwin ' llii is ' hun -lg , f'IllIfl'l'lII.l. NORMA GRIFFITH, 'Fri lli'Y 1, 2, Il ,'I'l'l'Il'l, l: Nutivlnul llunm- Sorie-ty Il, I: IlIuilil.rn':4 l 13: l'li:-Hniuns Il, ft: .lr. l lily ll, Sr. Vluy 4: Jr. Prinn Finn, Il. Sr. ll.ill 4: l'i-lv t'luli I, 2, 'i, 4. liutin liunquvr I 1 !',.fUll.l'Q'N CKY 1, -I: ANCHOR 4: Ski Club 1: Class Vim- l'ri-1-. l: Class l'rvs. 21 Ninn, Vom. 2: Sopli. Ame-nibly 12: llmni-vrnn ing Qiivvn 2. NANCY G-ROHNERT, UAA 1. 2, 3: FHA 4: Tri-Ili-Y 4: Jr. Play 3: Sr. Play 41 Thespian Play 3, 4: Jr. Prom 3: Sr. Bull 4: Pep Club 1, 2, Zi, 4: Latin Banquet 1: ANCHOR 4: Ski Culb 1, 12, 3, 4: Bowling 4: Jr. Red Cross 2: TrifHi-Y Styli- Show 1: Arctic Cirrus 2: Soph. .Xswrnbly 12. GARY HAMACHER Attvnilml .HIS ull Your years. JONELLE HALDIITT, liiitviwftl irirni SfHll'llll'llJLll'K, South t':lri1- linn, F.l'l.l -4 FRANK HANSEN. Sr. Bull 4 Vip 'lub 1, 2. Il. 4. f':iinv-r.l tlnb l. Z. 4. Yivi- Pri-I ,5- .lxfillllli 1, l. BUNNY ANN HARE. l'Inti-ru in .3 frnin t'unng:i l'urlt, l'.ulit Nixt-il Vliuriix 11. Sr, liull I GLEN HARGAN, l'cp t'lub l 5' lr llr nn 'l' Qi' ll-ill Vu ,, , . , t . , . . . t'li:iii'in:in lg lC.XtIl.l'f'S t'liY Z2 l. .XNt'lltlll ll, -l: Jr. llluy ll, Tlivspiun l'luy Il. 'll Stlllll .lswinbly 13: 'Vlirspiuns Il, -I: I llt-butv Vlub ll, l'rt-s. Al: t'uun-ru tlub lj lntruinuruls l, -I: S ll. Yii-ti l'ri's. Il: Studvut Coun- I . Y - i wil .l. br. lux:-r. tum. 41 -lr. l Rvtl Urosx L, Il, Vlinptvr l'r4-s. U, :lg Fulk llunring: 1, LZ: liutiu liunquot 1, 2, il, 4: Monitors -1. VIRGINIA HAYWARD. Attvlldvd AHS l, 2, -4, TERRENCE HILE, llunsl l, 2, Il: Pep Band 1, 2, Il: Busvball l. 11: Pep Club 1, 12, 33 Intru- uiurnls 1: Jr, Prurn Coin, 3: Music Festivul ZZ, ll. LEONARD E. HILSEN. Eu- tvrvxl from Newport, Wiisb. in 12: Ski Club 4. RUTH HODGES, Sopli. Assrin lily 123 Mixvll Chorus Il: Sr. fllltlll 4 ELLEN HOKLAND, A111-mln-tl .XIIH ull four ya-urs, CAROLYN GAYLE HORN, liln ti-ri-tl fron: Fiirlgn, North Du lcoln in I Q 'l'ri lli Y Styli- Sliuw Il: Jr. l'luy Il: Hr, l'liiy fl: Jr. l'rinn Il: Hr, llnll 11: ANCHOR ll: Ski Club 15, fl, Uffirvr Il, ,Xrrtir Uirruri L5 DAVID IIOUGH, l'lnI1-rvcl frinn .flbi-1-114-1-n, Wunla. in 11: Hr. rfbuir fl, l'2.'Ull,l'I'N l'ltY 'Ig Sr. l'luy fl. DONNA GAY HOWLETT, l'In tl-red from Uuklnnd, Vulif. in I: GAA 2, fl, Vira' l'r4'N. il. Monitors Il: Vrp Vlub 4: Spun- lah liunqurt 2: Sliph. Aeml-rnlply 'lg Office XVOrkr-r 2,Il, .fl MARY SUE HUFFMAN, fill 1, 2: Pup Club I, 2, Il, li Mu sir Dopnrtnir-nt Assistant 1. DONALD HULETT, A l l 1-ntl i-fl AHS all four yvurs, GERALD IBSEN, lintr-re-ll frrnn liniinirlziw, XV:isb. in 12: .liz Play 111 Pep Club 3. GENEVA JARVIS, lfiitl-11-rl from lVzivo, 'l'r-xux in 1: l'vp t'lulJ 4: Sr, lizill 4: l II.K I, Prefs. 4. VIRGINIA JARVIS, lzritmi-tl frrnn NV:ir-fi, Tvxar. in 4. ' l'i'p Vlub 41 llmrirfrnmim: l'rin+'vw -1: FHA -1. Yiw- I'rvN. -l: Sr. linll I. Ivan Frohno Gary Gebo Christine Gill Kerry Gough Jody Grange lwilliaml Travis Greer Norma. Griffith Nancy Grohneri Gary Hamacher Jonelle Hammiff Frank Hansen Bunny Ann Hare Glen Hargan Virginia Hayward Terrence Hilo Leonard E. Hilsen Ruth Hodges Ellen Hokland Carolyn Gayle Horn David Hough Donna Gay Howlett Mary Sue Huffman Donald Hule!! Gerald Ibsen Geneva Jarvis Virginia Jarvis A .A 3' ,- V P s K ' i is 1: M . EK- H . 1' H :vi i - -,. 'gl R .1 is . ,x X 'Y Q-.5 4 , :vi-N 'LJ s X 9. me R 1 I wx! 54 za-,R v V 1 4, 1 ,', . 'T0.x ,A 'Q'- lg- Orb is? 'V f wr- viii, 1 V -. S . .N .fu -A 'X 'ii 5' a ii tx he W ds- , ' 1 it 2- Sb In-,fy 1' wc: ... qiivfj - ,EVLQN I t M 5' fr.. '37 it S W T7 A 'Uq 07 Q' ge , b n I i N -X '-X xv 'I , ' KN Q 7 1 Daryl Jenkins Corrine Jenner Anita Joy Johnson Lorine Johnson Patricia Kay Johnson Rose Mary Jolin Kay Josselyn Patricia Kadow Andrew Kalerak Sandra Kayton Mary Ellen King Beverly Koesiner Connie Kravitz Robert D. Lewis Jr. Richard Lobdell Marcia Lund Dennis E. Lynch Donna Lee McAlister Rose Lee McCall William McKee Larry McKinley Irene McPherren Nancy Jean Mack Janice Magnusson Bonnie Maher DARYL JENKINS, Entered from Los Angeles, Calif. in 3: Band 3, 43 Pep Band 3, 43 liunrl Award 15, CORRINE JENNER, GAA 2, 253 Jr. Prom 153 Sr. Bull 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 11, 43 llAGLlC'S CRY 43 Howling 43 Jr. Rod Cross 2. ANITA JOY JOHNSON, 15111912 1-fl fl'0Ill Iiziribzilrli, Ore, in 153 .lr. i'I'0lll Cum 253 Sr. liull Com. 43 l'1-p Club 4: l'IAGl1E'S CKY 13 .XNC'll0lt 43 Chorus fl, 4. LORINE JOHNSON, l'I11tv1'1-rl frruii lim-llvilll-, Minn, in 23 Pep Club Iii f'l1u1'us Il, 43 livpre- N4-iitzllivv PATRICIA KAY JOHNSON, i'ilIlL'l'l'll l'1'11111 Spokuiic-, Walsh. in ' l ll11 1' Tri-Ili-Y '5 L' NHS IZ, '43 Jr. l'l:1y 533 Sr. Play l3 'I'lll'5IJiElll l'l:ly IS, 43 Jr. l'l'IllIl Crain. 153 Sr, lizlll fluui. -1: l'1-p Club 2, 31, 13 ANf'llOli 13 Girls fill-1: 513 Tri-Ili-Y Style Slum' 53. ROSE MARY JOLIN, l'lnt1-1'1-rl i'l'IIlll Sunlu Cruz, Culif. iu el. KAY JOSSELYN Tri-lliY 1. 2, :1, 1, 1111-S, :1', NIIS ax, 4, Yil-v. Pres, 113 Jr. lllllj' 213 Sr, l'l1uy -l3 Jr. i,I'lllll lilllll. 113 Sr. llslll CNHI. -I3 Pep l'lub l, L! Ji l3 11111111 li:11111111-I. l, 2, ll: I-lAlll1I'I'S CRY l, 2, Il, 113 .XN l'lI0lL l, UI Vlzlss il'l'l'llN, 111 Nr, lixw. Clllll. l3 Quill M Nvrnll ll, NI3 liilllli llilllfillgf l, 12, S13 'l'1'i-lli Y Style Hlmw, l, 2, Ji, C111-I11111'111:111 I, PATRICIA KADOW, l'l11i1-1'1'4l Il'1llIl J11111-1111, .lluslm in I3 11.1.1 I3 Sr, liull Iilllll. -l3 l'1'p Club l. ANDREW KALERAK, Attvnrl- 1-nl .Xllbl ull luur j'l'lll'S. SANDRA KAYTON, l':lll0l'l't1 l'l'0Ill Ili-lli111!l111111, 1fVilSll. in 43 l,l'Il Club 4 MARY ELLEN KING, GAA lt 'l'1'i-lli-Y Styli- Slllill' l, 23 Sr. linll Coin. -13 P1111 Club 1, 133 Fulk lIIllll'll1g.f 1, lXI11j111'1-ttvs, l, Il, -I3 lluud 13, Il, -l, 'l'l'l'1lS, 43 Mlm-ml l'lllll'llS 13 Girls Glue 1. BEVERLY KOESTNER., Choir l, LZ, :lg 11111111 23: l+IAGI1l'Z'S t'li1Y -lg Folk IIlllll'lllg: l, 2, 113 Stiulvut liully 'i'l'L'ilS, fl: Stu- lll-nt l'lllllll'll -lg 'l'1-ielli Y 12' 1.111111 llaiiiqiivt. I, 2, Il. CONNIE KRAVITZ, Ente-13011 from Baltimore, Md. in 4. ROBERT DEAVEY LEWIS, JR., Monitors 41 'lr. Play Zi: Jr. Prom Com. 153 Sr. Ball Cum. 43 Pep Club 1, 2. Ci, 41 Sr. Sng-ak Cum. 43 Rnd 62 lilln 11 Health Counril 1. RICHARD LOBDELL, Footllull Z, 43 A Club 2, 3, 43 liaise-b11ll 1, 2, 43 Intramurals 1, 4: Hr. Ball Cum. 4: Pep l'l11l1 1. 2, 513 Jr. lied Cross 4. MARCIA LUND, Eiitr-1'v1l frmu Shelton, XVilSll. in 73: 19.1.1 41 Jr. I l'Ull1 Com, 711 NF. Bllll Cum. 43 P1-p Club 4: .XXVHUH 43 limvlingg Yiivillll 4, Sl-fx 4. DENNIS E. LYNCH, 311111111-uw 43 Sr, lllziy 43 Jr. lxflllll iifllll. Ili Hr. Hull fifllll. 42 .XNl'llllli ll Sr. lixm-, Clllll. li l f141tl12lll Ji, 43 A Club 43 Chorus Il, 4. DONNA LEE MOALISTER, UAA 1, Triflli-Y Still- Nlluu' 1, 2, 11IlDlIllUl'Nl 1, 2, Ji, 4: Jr. l'l:ly 213 Sr. Iilllj' 43 Jr, 1,l'fllll fllllll. ZS3 Sr. lS:1ll V11111. 41 I'1-In 1111111 1, 2, 11, 4, 1c.x111,11:'s vm' l, 23 ANCllUli1l,43 H141 Club l, 2, 333 Sr. l'Ix1-1-. C11111, ll Arc-tic i'll'l'llS L23 15111111 lj l'1-11 iiillltl l3 1711111-11 15111141 l. ROSE LEE MCCALL, l'1llll'l'1'l1 iil'4lIll Ju111'liu11 City, Kniivm 111 -1 .1. WILLIAM McKEE, NIIS II, I1 li' l'l'lv 'l' Sl' I'l'1v l' I X- i11'.111's 1'11'r' ::', '13 .1'S1'11b1cA:1. LARRY MCKINLEY, .11lL'll4ll'1l AHS :ull fuur yl'lll'N. IRENE MCPHERREN, l'111l1-1'1-11 1'I'0lll Dviiisuu, 'l'1-xus i11 1. NANCY JEAN MACK, 14111111131-ll 1il'4lll1 FZl11'lJ2lllliS, 11l1lSiiZl in 31 Mu11it,0rs 213 Jr. Pruiu. Coin. 311 Jr, lil-cl Cross 41 Offive xV0l'ii' 1-1- 11, 4. JANICE MAGNUSSON, Tri-Hi Y l, 3, 113 NHS 3, 43 Jr. Pron Cum, 133 Pep Club 1, L, 25, 4 l111tin Banquet 1, 13, 3, 4: EA GLFYS CRY 1, 2, 32 ANCHOI l, 11, Il, 43 Jr. Red Cross 1 Folk Dancing 1, 2, fl, 4, Viv Pres. 2, Pros. ll, 43 Rep. l I . D. Council 12, 33 Camel Club 1, 2, ll, 4, Sec, LZ, Pres. BONNIE MAHER, Attend AHS all four years, 'Ep- ,S ,. f-X 1-4- Y xx lTopJ Dennis Lynch has prov- en himself this year to be a versatile and ambitious Senior. His easy going manner and quick friendliness have made him well liked by everyone. F' 1 lBottomJ Donna McA1ister's kindness and ability to get along with people make her admired by all. She has A brightness of spirit and a genial manner that doubles her attractiveness. l X 1 ffff nf fi Carolyn Shane possesses un-ai selfishness, quietness, and stu- cerlty that make her the kind of person that everyone likes to have around. ,pg gt 11-1 ,. , -xi' u ,A i . l l .. 1 ..' 1 -, ll' ' :,'-. 1 .-1, n D. V. , 1 ': LX 4..,.l. v v in' 31 A . . , . .-l.--..- Q ., E, 1 1 Y nlvr-,i ':..,... . t',4,1 . 5 f -...-. 1 u v .uv r ,Q . f' li :g .r..,, fir! ,i Q 'Q v 'F ,, ,v A willingness to work and n pleasant disposition make Mary Ellen King a very likeable sen- tor. -Q.. W.'-eggs. . i x X . 3, ,. '.. ' ...ms 'i 56 ,, . 2' V I , 2... , . . , V -I 15.11, 14'-' RALPH MARCOTT, TN-p Flub 2, 3. 4: lluskotliull 2: Football 4: 'l'r:u-k Il: Baud 1, 2: lntrn- iuurnls 1. 4: Dum-0 Ruud li Pep Band 1. COLLEEN MARKLEY, .X t t 1-url - ed AHS ull four yvzws. JOHN MAERZ, Entvrml from XYnldport, Ore. in 1. TEMPLE MARTIN, GAA 2. 4: Tliespinns fl, 4: Treus. 43 Jr. Pluy 3: Sr, Plny Cl, 4: Tliespi- nn Play fl, 4: Jr. Prom Com. 3: Sr. Bull Coin. 4: Pep Club ZZ, Il, 4: Euglfs Cry -1: Anchor 4: Bowling 4: Tri-Hi-Y' Style Nhow 2, Il, 4: llruduutiun llull ll: Girls Give Il: Sr. Choir 43 Si-lr-4-tml Choir -I: Christnine .lssviulily 4. JOHN MATHEY, liuslwtliull, Jr. Vim-iily 2, Vursity Il, 4: lu- trnmuruln 1: lim-wlmll l, 2, Il, '13 Hpnnish I-lnnquvt 1, 2: Sr. llnll 4: Jr, Prom il: Pup Club l, 2. RICHARD MEEKS, Alt:-mln-cl AIIS ull four yi-urn, GERALD A. MELTON, l'Intr'r1-cl from l'oluinbiu, South Curulinu in Il: Hpnnish llnnquvt Il: Sr. llull -l. RONALD MENSING, I'Inl1'i'4-al from Blue liurth, Minnosotn, in 2. ROBERT MITCHELL, Entered from El Paso, Texas in 4. PAUL MOSELEY, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Bowling 4: Band 1, 2: Intramurals 1: Boxing 1: Dance Band 1. TOM MONSON,'Attended AHS all four years. DONNA MURRAY, Entered from North Central, Washing- ton in 2. CURTIS NILL, Entered from Rusvinviid. Californian in 3. JOYCE OSBURN, Entvrvfl from Grm-:xl Falls, Montana in 2. DELORES OTTER. Jr. l'rnm fl: Pup Club I, 2, Il: Lutin Runquvt 1: Girls Glu-v -l: Blix- ml Chorus fl: l.ibr:u-inn Il. JANIS PEARSON, GAA 1, 2. Il, 4: FHA -lt Trilllivi' 4: Jr. Pruui Com. fl: Sr. Bull Com. 4: Pep Club 1, 2, Il, 4: Lntin Bnuquvt 1, 2: Anchor Il. 4: Mixed Chorus Il, -l: Soph, .ls- svmlily 2. RONNIE PETERSON, Pop Club 1, 2, 3, 4: ClllllPl'l'l. Club 1, 3, 4: Ski Club 4: Bowling 4: Bund 1, 2: Pep Bnud 1, 2. DOUGLAS PHILLIPS, liuter- od from Tlulwrsfiold, Culif. in 2 JACKIE PORTER, GAA 1, 2, ll, 4: FHA 4: Tri-lli-Y 1, 2: Jr, Play Il: Sr. Pluy -l: Jr. Prom Com. 3: Sr. llull Com. -li Pop Club 1, 2, Il, 4: lrutin llunquvt l, 2: Ski Club 4: Folk lhuiwiiig' 1. RICHARD POULBEN, Attend- wl AIIH ull four yt-urn. HELEN POWERS, Jr. llrum linux, Il: Hr, llnll Com. 4: Pup Club 2, .l, 42 Auf-hor Il, 4: Hki Club Il: Howling 4. JOYCE PRICHETT, l'lIlll'l't'Kl from Onklnnd, lfulif. in 2: llvp Club :sg rim ri, 4. ELIZABETH PRIEST, l':lli,l'l'l'll from Winslow, Arizonn in 2. ADA PUCKETT, GAA 1, 2, 51, 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: NHS 3, 4, Pres. 4: Sr. Play 4: Jr. Prom Co-Chairman 3: Sr, Ball Com. 4: Spanish Banquet 1, 2: Class Pres. 1: Student Council 1: Quill S.: Scroll 3, 4: Jr. Red Cross 1: Folk Danvinz 1: Anchor 1, 2, 3, 4, C0-Editor 4: Mixed Chorus 3: Soph. As- sembly 2: Mointors 1: Trivlli-Y 1, Style Show 1. ROBERT PURNEL, Allende-rl AHS all four years. Ralph Marcott Colleen Markley John Maerz Temple Martin John Mathey Richard Meeks Gerald A. Melton Ronald Mensing Robert Mitchell Paul Moseley Tom Monson Donna Murray Curtis Nill Joyce Osburn Delores Otter Janis Pearson Ronnie Peterson Douglas Phillips Jackie Porter Richard Poulsen Helen Powers Joyce Pricheti Elizabeth Priest Ada Puckett Robert Purnel ,Vw es. 4... 4, , 'T R... , ui, - W W' , ,ff ,fry , ,P ,L .,,f I Aka 5 if W - fs: :J iowa in-rw f' me 45, QW , ia W i 'AM'wf , , My f l, CA I 8 . , . ' J he 35 Q.. be A gm . - as A 'ET' X J If 6, ia 42 7 'Q lg 4- ,I if ' sf 9 zo' sg 1 -v wx 5 ssh 3 ,QT Q. K . -5-....-0 i 1, Liv' ,.,. E1 'A I A H, I , .WLM U U' F, H , 5. N ,M , ' ' 'M' 'K .53 za P35 K I J in x W 54. X t K, Q ' S 5 ' 43- 12 5' x J y, SvfQ N J wi Q -4- V Q7 57 w at: Norman Rnd Richard D. Roova Marie Reynolds Alvin Richardson Sam Ricks Vernon Risch Todd Risley Virginia Roberts Marguerite Robinson Audre-e Robson Michael Rohan Janice Rowe- Virginia Rowe Marie Salas Charlotte Samaniogo Stuart Samson La Vonne Schull Nancy Seo Carolyn Shana Anno Shaw Sharon Sheppard Llewelyn Shuster Albert Sims Carolyn Smith Karen Smith Louis Smith Roy Snyder Theodore Solberg Thomas Steele Marilyn Strom NORMAN REED, Monitors 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Ski Club 4, Exec. Com. 4. RICHARD D. REEVE, Moni- tnrs 3, 4, Sr. Play 4, Sr. Ball Com.. 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Banquet 1, 2, Projec- tor Club 3, 4, Folk Dancing 1, 2: Sophomore Assembly 2. MARIE REYNOLDS, Choir 2, Folk Dancing 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4: Latin Banquet 1, 2, 3, ANCHOR 4. ALVIN RICHARDSON, Attend- ed AHS all four years. SAM RICKS, JR., Pep Club 3, Spanish Banquet 2. VERNON RISCH, Hi-Y 1, Latin Banquet 1, 2, EAGLE'S CRY 1. TODD RISLEY, Sr. Play 4. VIRGINIA ROBERTS, Entered from Los Angeles, Calif. in 3, GAA 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Sr. Ball Com. 4, Pep Club 3, 4, ANCHOR 4, Homecoming Queen 4, MARC-UERITE ROBINSON. FHA 4, Vice President 4, Tri-Hi-Y' 1, 2, 3, Style Show 1, 2, 3, NHS 3, 4, Jr. Play 3, Sr. Play 4, Thespian Play 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Sr. Ball Com. 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spun- ish Banquet 1, 2, ANCHOR 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Jr. Exec. Com. 3, Jr. Red Cross 1, 2, 3, Sec. 2, 3, Folk Dancing 1, 2, Soph- omore Assembly Chairman 2: Cheerleader 3, Mixed Chorus 3, Nom. Com. 2, 3, Arctic Cir- cus 2. AUDREE ROBSON, Entered from Fairbanks, Alaska in 2, Bnnd 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice-Pres. 4. MICHAEL ROHAN, Entered from Palto Alto, Calif. in 2, Soph. Assembly 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 2, 3, Ski Club 3. JANICE ROWE, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Spanish Bun- quet 1, 2, Mixed Chorus Li- brarian 3, Girls Glee 4, Li- brarian 4. VIRGINIA ROWE, Entered from Las Vegns, Nevada in 2, Ski Club 3, 4, MARIE SALAS, Attended AHS all four years. CHARLOTTE SAMANIEGO, Entered from Sacrnznent0,'Calif. in 4: Sr. Ball Com. 4, AN- CHOR 4, Jr. Red Cross 4. STUART SAMSON, Entered from Ketchikan, Alaska 4, Pep Club 4: Basketball Manager -1, Football Manager 4, Track Mazinger 4, A Club 4. LaVONNE SCHULZ, GAA 1, FHA 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4, Monitors 2, 3, Jr. Play 3, Sr. Play 4, Thes- pian Play 3, 4, Jr, Prom Com. 3, Sr. Ball Com. 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, EAGLE'S CRY 1, ANCHOR 4, Ski Club 2, 4, Bowling Team 4, Folk Dancing 1, Arctic Circus 2, Sophomore Assembly 2, Tri-Hi-Y Style Show 1, 2, 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y Talent Show 2. NANCY SEE, Thespians 3, 4, Pres. 4, Christmas Play Direc- tor 4, Soph. Assembly 2, GAA 1, 2, Tri-Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Play 3, Sr. Play 4, Thesphian Play 4, Jr. Prom. 3, Sr, Ball Com. 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Banquet 3, Overall Chairman, Folk Dancing 3. CAROLYN SHANE, Entered from Austin, Texas in 2, GAA 2, FHA 3, 4, Tri-Hi-Y 3, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Sr. Ball Co- Chairman 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, ANCHOR 3, 4, Song Leader 3, Tri-Hi-Y Style Show 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 3. ANNE SHAW, FHA 4, Tri-Hi- Y 2, Monitors 2, Jr. Play 3, Sr. Play 4, Thespian Play 3, 4, Jr. Prom Coin. 3, Sr, Ball Com. 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, ANCHOR: 4, Ski Club 3, 4, Class Treas. 3, Jr. Exec. Com. 3, Bowling Team 4, Girls Glee 3, Tri-Hi-Y Style Show, 2, 3, 4. SHARON SHEPPARD, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Monitors 2, Jr. Play 3, Sr, Play 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Sr. Ball Com. 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sr. Sneak Com. 4, ANCHOR 4, Ski Club, 4. LLEWELYN SI-IUSTER, En- tered from Seward, Alaska in 2, NHS 3, 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Sr. Ball Com, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, Band Sec. 4, Arctic Circus 2, Soph. Assembly 2, Girls Glee 2, 3, Girls Sextet 2, Girls Trio 3, Small En- semble 3, Dance Band 4, Christmas Assembly 4, Style Show 4. ALBERT SIMS, Entered from Columbia, South Carolina in 3. CAROLYN SMITH, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, NHS 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Monitors 2, Jr. Play 3, Sr. Play 3, 'Phespian Play 3, 4, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Sr. Ball Com. 4, Latin Banquet 1, 2, EAGLE'S CRY 4, ANCHOR 3, 4, Mixed Chor- us 3, Jr. Concession Stand 3, Bowling 4, Treas, 4. KAREN SMITH,-GAA 3, NHS 3, 4, Sec. 3, Jr. Prom Com. 3, Pep Club 3, 4, Spanish Ban- quet 1, 2, Folk Dancing 3, 4, Band 4, Accompanist, Spring Festival 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4, Bowling 4, Jr. Concession Stand 3. LOUIS SMITH, Entered from Houston, Texas in 1, Sr. Ball 4, Pep Club 4, ROY SNYDER, Left AHS for Nome, Alaska in 4. THEODORE SOLBERG, At- tended AHS all four years. THOMAS STEELE, Entered from Seattle, Wash. in 3, Band 3. MARILYN STROM, Attended AHS in 1, 3, 4, Monitors 4. s s V- , 7 asv ' fi wing'- ws-+---:ff , f, . ' I- '-M-We Efficlency plus could be a definition of any job performed by Carolyn Smith, a hard work- ing senior who's full of fun and has plenty of pep. Joe Cassel really clicks around AHS in more ways than one. He's a. real shutterbug and is an amiable ANCHOR and EAGLES Cry photograph- er. 59 Bob Cary ll never too busy to awp and chat and la d n mired by everyone tor his loyalty and nptrtt. ln upholding school trad- ttlonn. Who could mise Bob L ewlul Hts keen wit. and clever antics help brighten the hella of AHS and make lt the cheery place lt, le. i Ai., S ei, JOEL TAYLOR , l':lllt'l't'fl from Crt' V strlew, Florida in Ll: Choi Il el' Ba l ' , , .ae mall .l, -lg Monitu CHRISTINE TEDESCO, tered from Denver, Colo. i Dvbate Club 4, RONALD I. r-l, Inn - n -l ' THIEL, Entered fi-um Fresno, Calif, in 33 Pep Club 4: Trai-k Team 3: Folk Daiicing 3, HELEN TRICE, GAA 1, 4 Pep Club il. ERNE ST TRUJILLO Monito , rs -l: Jr, Prom Com. 13, Sr Ball ,. om. 4: Pep Club 1, 2,.1l, 4 Latin Banquet 1' Q ' . .punish Ban- quet 2 'l' FM'lF'S ,., .. 1... CRY 3 Class Viet- Pres, Il, Class Pres 4. Studi-ut Couneil 41 Basket hall, Jr. Varsity 2, Varsity Il fl: Funtliall 43 .X Clnh Ii, -1. DONNA TUTTLE, l'Iut.4-red fruni Munrue, XVush. in It, Pep Club Il, lg Sung.: lA'll4ll'T Il, -I. CHOIAK, l'1n- JUDITH VAN S ti-ri-il in ZX frum fl0llllll'l'N, Mary Inutl, DOROTHY HELEN WALKER, :lllllllllll'M l, liIl'lh tilt-v Cl, Hi- uim' Chuir 1 FRED WALKER, Att:-ml.-tl AHS in l,LI, fl' lin-'ly-tlulll I In Xiuntx l lull Ilan: 1 , .ic V' , -1, ,1 . , , ... t 'IIILI PHYLLIS WALKER, l'lntr-rlfvl from Huis:-, ltluliu lu li Offs:-v XX'm'lwi' Sl, l. RUTH ANN WALKUP, 11.1.1 1, 2, Il: l ll.X ZS, l, 'l1l'I'llI Y 13. Tllt'Nlll1lllN IS, I1 Munitorn 121 Jr. Play fl: Jr, Pram Cum, Il: Pep Club 1, 2, Zi, I: I,utiu Hzinquvt 1, 2, fl: l'IAGliF'Q CKY ,, ., -, .i, 4 1, -1 Axciton 1,112 all Club 4 SHEILA 4: Pvp Club rl, 43 Spanish Ban- quet Ili ANCHOR 43 Siiiwgns- bard 4. wA1.LAcz:, 'ri-i-in-r DARLENE WARREN, Entered frum Portland O A ' . re, in -4 Homevorning P -1 rinrtss 4: Pen tlub 4. ROSIIE LEE WASHINGTON, Entered from Sl. Louie, Mn in 2 FHA 4. JACQUELYN WATSON, tif-.A 2. .1 FHA 4i Tri'liiY 12, 151 vllllfnlflillli Ii, 4: Monitors 11, Il: lr Play Il Jr. Prom Cum. :lg Peg. Vial. 3, ,g, 4 F,gq'y Eig t'l'Y XXC 1. 1 1 1 -t 1 ' ... -i . . ,'llOR 2, fig Slsi l'lult I .lr l-'yet I' '41 Ir liul t rr ...l, ,OHL-f. 4 'axx' ' tl, lrvy Il, Vlivvrl lvadir ,:, l, MARLEEN WAYSON. l-Intl-real from l'1verett, Wash. lu l, UAA L2 ,ll: Tri-IliAY 141 .Ir. Prom Coin, ll, Sr. Ball Com, 4L PPP Club ll, -lg Spanish Banquet. 2: ANCHOR 33 Class Vive Pres. 2: Class Treas. 4L .X Club 2, Cl. -li Cheerleader Ll, Il, -t. CHARLOTTE WEAVER, En tered from Sumter. South Car- olina 'i' P ' ., ep Llub 43 Jr. Red Cross 4. GAYNELLE CH AY W O O DJ WEBB, Ent' id ' 1 trt fiom ltl Monte, Calif. in L23 Monitors 4: Pep Club 12, 3: Jr. Red Cross 12, Il. tl: Choir LZ, ll, 4. NANCY WEBER, Entered from Norfolk, Vir, in 2: NHS 3, 4: Sr. Play 43 Jr. Play Com, 33 Pep Club 4: Spanish Banquet 4, l'IAGl1l'I'S CRY 4: Spanish Cluli -4. CHARLES D. WEILER, Sr. llall Coin. -lg Pep Club 1, LZ, Il, ,lg Camera Club 1, 12, Il, 4, ltarkroom Mgr. l, Vive Pres. 2, l'rt-N, flg ANCHOR 2, Il, -t. ROBERT WEIMER. A ttvudi-ml ,Kllh all four yearn, WENDELL WIGGINS, Mlvnil- vtl AHS in 2, '13 Pep Club 4 BETTY WILSON, l-Intl-rn-tl Valli-,lu, Calif, in l. from PAYE WILSON, Atl!-nfl:-tl AIIS all fuur yt-ara. SYDNEY WINKEL, l'Inl4-rl-fl fruin XV:-si. l'nlnl, New York in -1. GE n ta-rf-ul from Penn. in 153 Foot lmll 43 Latin Banquet il, ORGE WINKLESETH, l'2 DEON WINN, Iiuti-ri-cl from Rupert, Idaho in 13 Pep Cluli 2, 43 L ' atm Banquet Il: Jr. Prmn 13. JACK WYGLE, lint:-retl from l uyc-tta-villtf, North Caraliun in Il. JACK YARNOT ,Alix-lldetl AHS all four years. SUSAN MacLE'.AN ZELLER, l'Inti-rwl frorn Axim, I-ji,g1,,,,,1 in JL, FHA l. Joel Taylor Christine Tedesco Ronald Thiel Helen Trice Ernest Trujillo Donna Tuttle Judith Van Schoiak Dorothy Helen Walker Fred Walker Phyllis Walker Ruth Ann Walkup Sheila Wallace Darlene Warren Rosie Lee Washington Jacquelyn Watson Marleen Wayson Charlotte Weaver Gaynelle lHaygoodl Webb Nancy Weber Charles D. Weiler Robert Weimer Wendell Wiggins Betty Wilson Faye Wilson Sydney Winkel George Winklegeth Deon Winn Jack Wygle Jack Yax-not Susan Maclean Zeller 3 X Q 4 WW I Q ni ,Q bk 3 '11- 's l., y 7 19,410 f 4 Aff, ,-T 'V - 2 ..n 109 Tv. Sf . 1' 9 , of F1 fs. X 'fs 1,5 ik fl-all f Af' l L . S- 'in L X l V. vs ! ' V 1 . . . A S . , . I .Q .- Zi 5 42 ' 'aft at Senior Ball Theme Undersea Fantasy The Annual Senior Ball was pre- sented by the class of 55 in the Anchorage High School Cafeteria on November 24, 1954. The cafeteria was decorated in an undersea effect with a large octopus in the middle ot the lloor. The throne was a replica ot a pink and white sea shell with a back- qround of lloatinq bubbles. After the Grand March Mr. Gultey crowned Ernie Trujillo and Beverly Collar kinq and queen to reiqn over the qala affair. The cntertaininont was provided by Kanqas Molds: Dance Studio. 1 !LcftJ Beverly Collnr and Brute Trujillo lxruun happily after being choxon king und queen of tlm Ol l fall into line :ln the tru Bull. 4B-ottolnj C ip cu dltlfilllll grand march music begins. uffv nv. G an e Ernie Trujillo, Arnie Christiansen, Jody r g, Bat Kadow, and Marcia Lund draw and cut out e lit to the undersea theme, fish to help add r a y Glen Hargan and Carolyn Shane, coachairmen of the ball, find that planning and financing the big affair is no simple task. Under the depths of the sea and amid fish and scaa ' the Grand March. W eed, couples promenade during x I S. I V. -s f X 1 4 I F' w. Fig! AAYM -.,.? ,, .1 1 A- Pllckff'-L. -7- P0lBkY, B. Bowman, J, Bowdish, and C. Brown H0 Pefhapt-l a btt more casual and relaxed than on the night nf their first performance but nevertheless are seriously going Lhrvugh one ol their daily rehersals necessary bo the success 01 the play, SENIOR PLAY HUGE SUCCESS 111111--1 11ll'1T111J'L'1V1f'1'i'11 111 1V11l', 2111111111- ' 1 1, ,1 1flIIt1, 11111111 111 11,111 1111-'1-1111-11 11 11111-1- 111't 11111y 11111 11111111 111 1flIlll1lIy fiix 1-1-'-11111 1111 111.lVlf1111b 'f 111111 111111 211111. 11U1'l11111t' 111 111111f111f111'f 1111110 1'111W11:1, 111l' l'11Il,' Wtlil 1111111 ow,-r 111111 1ure:s1v1111r11 611111111 C111 1V11v111111y, 1X1OV171lt1'3f'fl' 221111. The setting tor the play is a Court- room in New York. Cn trial lor the murder ot Bjorn Faulkner, is pretty Miss Karen Andre, his secretary, played by Temple Martin and lune Bowdish. Pre- tectinq Karen Andre and disprovinq the claims ot murder is the defense attorney 1Glenn Briqqsl lncidentally, he won his case all three niqhts. The attorney for the state 1Covell Brownl tries desperately to convict Karen Andre and to protect Mrs. Nancy Faulkner, the VlC11IIl'S widow. 111 order to obtain a perfectly un- lviassed dovisioii from the jury, twelve porszorifz 1111111 the aiidienco were drawn lay 11111 CT11-rk ol the Court lloo Cassell 1111111111 11112 Llf'1111I1 play 1DC'1IfII1, '1'CJ I115l1CtQ' 11112 p111y 11111111 1111111531112 w1t111r::::v:1 were 111111111-11 111111111f111o111 1110 11111111r111'1f111111 1:1111::1z11 IIIKIIIY CI 1'l1111:k1e 111111 ::1.111111:1fs11 101114. 1111? 1:11:31 w111'ked 1111111 1111 1111111y 115111111 to11111k1r1111.: play L1 :au1:oe:5:z. Aftfvr t,l111 final lJ0l'fi1l'IllllllC0 a floral tribute is prcscutcd to Mrs. Siitticrlzind from 1111: cnet for hor Wim: 111111 :1bl1:1I11111:t lmll' - A f Applying make-up is no easy task. Ruth Ann Walk- up, make-up chairman for the play, works on LaVonne Schulz while Murphy Clark watches with interest. S Nancy See, who was cast a Magda. Svenson, was one of the stars of the play for her excellent portrayal. The jury, chosen from mem- bers of the audience before each performance, leave for the jury room to make their decision. My-1 Another school year saw the class of '56 ready to take on its responsibil- ities as upperclass juniors. The class officers were: Bruce Hardin, president: Diana Ernst, vice-presidenty Gretchen Weiss, secretary: and lint Walker, tRighU Her dual roles of class secretary and busi- ness manager of the EAGLE'S CRY have made the juniors proud of imp- ish but, capable Gretchen Weiss. 4Far Right? The hard task of keepmg the books of the Junior Class fell upon Jim Walker. He Clld as fine job of handling all financial transactions. is tTopJ Serving as presi- dent of the Junior Class. Bruce Hardin had the toufh job of guiding class pro cctv, and solving prob- lems in making things run smoothly. Tho why he ham- dlcd the job has proven his efficiency ns n lender. thcftb A junior who nbly held many positions fn school, vivncfous Dfnnzi Ernst served as vtcc-pres' idcnt of the class of '50, f'T 1'1- treasurer. The teachers chosen as class advisers were Miss Skule and Mr. Carle, who helped invaluably durinq the course of the year. The juniors' interests were widely spread, They took an active part in AHS sports and held inany offices in school clubs in addition to those on the rnasthoadn of .tho EAGLES CRY and ANCll0ll. The annual lunior Prom and the Iunior class Play, l Love l.,l1CY,H also contrilrnutocl to niako their eleventh your one cf their inozzt zziiccrmzaalul. +1 f It Would be ' sonality. X , , , A RCW ,,,,,, R -f LW ' .1 rf JUNIOR CLASS Claudia Brogdon Judith Bruederle Billie Burnett Albin Carlson Patricia Carpenter 1 hard to find a duplicate of Tommy Longoria's crazy grin and snappy per- Ann Boardman Sandra Booth Mavis. Boitorff Florence Braun 5f,3,,r ., S, wns-l Donald Aurich Billie Banksion , mn, V. James Anderson X' BN Sv, 69 C. yr' - Frances Bartsch l if Jenny Bell of LouAnn Bently Y ' I 1 '39 17 , r . J 3 Tv L0 - J SQ, M rs Y' fs- 1 ax ,SQ T .A ' Lg' . I G Stoney Carter Frances Cavalero ' ' Emmeita Caywood La Rue Chappell Novella Chappell James Chiamis James Christ 'P , Dulcie Clark if lg' Martha Cokely Burion Columbia Judiih Cornet Glenda Cowles Brit Crosley Fw 'W Q ' Jga 'G-' ng- Ma in 68 qgt -rf Gloria Cross Q1 Marlas Daly Jon Davis Jone Davis Sharon Day Pat Donaldson Marlena Dorman s IMT' Margaret Douglas Robert Dow Rodemay Dowling Evelyn Dunne Jack Elder John Elliot JUNIOR CLASS If H f 'B wld A Q G WF' L, 1 Diana Ernst Patricia Evans Bonnie Forester Nancy Fugelso Gaile Gallwas Mary Lou Gilmore Q.. Ev fe -:as F34 Sf fm-C . saws 'G 'P-13' I A, rw , s' 1- KA x , K ., 'gif 'T by tilt Q ,x Evelyn Gibbons Shirley Gilman Patricia Gordon 1 , P F it tvfiif 'ev' x E ts. - Ardelle Gratias Lynn Grove Carol Hall Christine Hamilton Patricia Hamilton Friendly Wayne Lynch capably served as student council rep- resentative of the junior class. 1 I Q A., -- X 'W W , ', f , . cf fy f 7 Z f . 4 I A ,.. 3, 'V V f, 51 ZW aw 4, is ? f 7 I 2 L lg? W -v. N Y f 4 r l l 1 , fl ll ' Q x. .u 'Mn Xl 1 , J 1 V 1 A . -F J' ,ki rg. X ' 5 wr, rl K .I x X , W ev, Mamie Hamm Herbert Ha.ncock Marlene Hansen Linda Hanson Janice Hardie Bruce Hardin Nick Hariwig Wwmw QW!!! X nm ,nV,, 'WM Neiiie Hawkins Linda Hayward Marian Hearisill Frank Heffentrager Richard Herrick Russell Hicks WW W l samba 4 ihwff Www . ,,, ww., 1 JoAnne Hillstrand Charles Holcombe George Horseman Penelope Horseman Blanche Huling ,fl JUNIOR ILL? M6 il f e C L A s s or ' .I f Dawn Hupe Florence Imlach I ' jfli Henry Iverson 1 Q' , Robert Johnson at I Q7 , mn, , f Q l ,,, V X W 'uw I 'J 5-r . -V ' Ig 4 4' f . , X iii Larry Jones tl 5 3 ', gf! 4 L xl Larry Juhnke .' I 1 'y X Lee Karabelnikoff f is 1, 1 Q wx Peggy Keller Marnie Kem Janet Mohr, a hard and willing worker on the ANCHOR AND EAGLES' CRY, is one of this yea.r's outstanding juniors, Mary Sue Knudson I' ll x - A JUNIOR CLASS ' 5 Diane Radinsky lends her pep John Koller and enthusiasm to many class and school activities. James Linemood Barbara Linder Thomas Longoria Joel Lounsbury Jon Lounsbury Wayne Lynch William Mack ? Ilene Majack Sally Mansfield Dennis Marquiss Mary Martin Nancy Mason 1 ex. Bonnie McIntosh James McShai-ry JoAnn Meister Susan Mielke Joyce Miller Janet Mohr Bl' ' -. f , , if , la Q iq- .sf LN 5' N, M i 5 i XX rf, Edward Monroe Janice Nankervis Barbara O'Bryan Lars Odman Carolyn Offer Sharon Olsen 70 Peggy O'Neill x. v1 .K , V Otto Laursen Alice Lewis QQ- is if Y . . S Q, ,', , I, 'fl 5- 9... D' S P x Mi 'av 5,5 Q 4, is s. t l- ' 5. iq' 5' 'sv A P - - L, - W. .X i. 1' U E Q- 4iW 1, X, is -.ALM-4. an , ., , tg A' 'A x 'N ,, f 1 if WM Y Zh- 'b. . , . . . 5 ,. A well-liked junior at AHS is Elizabeth osuer Brian Marlatt. He is active in many school activities and al- ways good for a laugh. 1 Patricia Periera Z 3 , QQ, I, was M f 1 fn 3 W, ff V 0 f!,,, , 'fag' . X ! f 14,1 if 4 .2-1 fy gl ,, fi. QW V 'sr- ,J ' v gi W, :Vi -5 N - .. ig -9 c, ',' ' 4 db 1,6 1- -QIYQ 1 N N W V ir' if Marvaa Peterson 7 Barbara Petiit QW 1 susan Phillips Gerald Pokezwinski 5 N., F Jfl x i 'l Tie Yvonne Porter Samuel Price Stanley Price Nancy Prior , 4' lf I 693 3 JUNIOR CLASS Richard Purnell Diane Radinsky Walter Radke Darlene Rae Philip Ramstead 'A Gary Raymond x Charles Rediske Mary Ann Renfrew John Rich 1 .s 4 Dorothy Robar Ann Robinson Q., 1 . v Q' -1 sr 'N iv 1, Q , QQ Gale Robinson xy D Wayne Robinson 5' 1 Shirley Roland Earl Romans Betty Ross Jeaneite Ross Diana Roy 71 r Y . YQ' .Lf AP , I i , f i in ,Q 1 4' '1 ' V -' xxex ,, i Joan Ruff C E Mary Jo Rush ' 1 xii 055'- Janet Ryan Carol Sanders Edward Sanders Robin Sanders Sherrie Sayles Uldene Schaeffer il. Elvira Seiber N 1 E I Kiyoko sekine Q Dennis Shakespeare Richard Shephard Arnold Sherrill lb F U w- J Cliffine Shroeder James Smith Kaiherine Longacre Randolph Smith K R Roberta Smith 'T JUNIOR CLASS Wallace Smith Jack Eric Soby Ken Scots Patricia Spendlove 'M lx X , li ,X 39 if ,- M 5-S Qffw Xi' 'ra Q ,st . ,Q 'wr'- 72 .Q, , Carol Sieadman Pairick Steward , , U Roberta Stock ' A Blanche Sireumke Pert and pretty appropriately pictures Penny Horseman. William Swain William Tanner Barbara Tegstrom Elizabeth Thomas Joan Timbrook Judith Truell Gerald Trujillo John Turinsky X pf-MW' ,ggypu V , f, af, , WCW Wanda Turner Jacquelyn Urling Gelia Vaughn Thomas Walker Fred Walters James Washburn I . , 32.2 yung, ' Q59 W 2 74 Q -as.. li, Q... 5 1 'Q' gt 'hi 5 ri , 4, , ,gil f- 1' L ff f K Q Wilbur Watson S Gretchen Weiss A Trudie Whitehead K Carolyn Willard ' Richard Willmott JUNIOR CLASS 53' Robert Willmott Larry Wilson Linda Wilson Beverly Wolff is fm T7 x 9 1- . 14 ' QAQQ -Egg: - 'F le- 1 R - 'K i s i XX 1 Q 1 L-R .Q 'x , S-.11 K N gil' 1. ST: i - v J Y A J rw 1 5 lv, v , X Pi' Tv David Wright L Janet Young 9 Roy Zigrang Y, i K. 9- - Sally Mansfield, a lively mem- ber of the junior class, was the winner of the I Speak for Democracy contest. Le Ellen Zuber X Q o e-.. M -uv v-. .gc X V Us 1 , v ,Ag 'Q' . 3 y Lax 5 ' X ff, Fx, Robert Zumwalt k Xt ... Q X 3 r 3. Xl X-f H v hx' J QQ -Qi I ..... 2 IW Xril 4, Q1 U , gp .cf 9 0-1 N N I ,5' ,'5'3-2 A-qi E, , nl ,L , Y- , C .rf 4 1 - ' f - ,s rf' L, ,WJ .Vi grew ,M-M d' J? n, , , tp- i W r f L ' 4 -, y N V .Y - Q Y 'ff . r .f ' q,'1 '. Q 4b. f ,T W 11, lw'F1f A 'N - ' 1, . '- -+1 -ff .tn i. as - Q J ' if f , ,M.,LL,o .i- 4 ' ' 9 pu C' gun 1 -g-Hin-A b me lumors' ' ,Y 1941- ' were . - I n Y . ,J.o'- tfmdg, zradltxonallgmdrgave Wflght' concession S ' Evelyn Dunne L Theded mis vw' by neu ,J Jenny Bell and Diane Raclxnskiv' WCW YWO of the many Con' Le-wion he-lpcrs during the basketball games. '-1 Larry Jones Jonny Bell 'uid Gallo Gallww bn-All sell xofrv-ill , , , , . . . .. . y rnermt at one of the fall football games. JUNIORS BACK CONCESSION STANDS AS usual, the Iunior Clam: haf: lif the Job ol operating the coricorszzio stands at the football and hafzlcetliall games. This year the project wa under the very capable management of Evelyn Dunne and Dave Wriglut. Moet of the class of '56 turned out to help at one time or another during the year Iuniors gave their Wholehearted en thusiasm to the operation of the stands in order to earn money for the lunior Prom and to augment their treasury lor a very active Senior year. -U l 1 . fhja: JUNIURS PRESENT I LUVE LUCY The tirst dramatic production in the new municipal auditorium was the Iunior Class's smash hit, I Love Lucy , starring Diane Radinsky as Lucy and Dick Shepherd as Ricky. The comedy played on the nights of March 11 and 12 to sellout audiences. Co-starring with the Ricardos were the Mertzs, played by Evelyn Dunne and Bill Bales, and Peggy, played by Mary Ann Renfrew and Gretchen Weiss. Also in the cast were Ion Lounsbury, Rod Dowling, Albin Carlson, lohn M nsfield, Bruce Montgomery, Sally a Longoria. Hardin, and Tommy lTop to Bottoml During an early rehearsal of I Love Lucy B, Hardin, D, Raclinsky, E. Dunne, D. Shepherd, S. Mansfield, and B. Bales listen to a. word of advice from the director. Sophomore Karla Wayson, beginning to earn Tliespian points, applies make-up to junior actor Jon Louns- ' S from bury. Help! screams D, Radinsky as she flee D. Shepherd in 21 hilarious scene from the Junior play. B. Hardin and S. Mansfield observe the inci- dent witli astonisliment. fBe1owJ After the final curtain, members of the cast and Mrs. Sutherland are congratulated by part of the enthusiastic audience. tl ll l s I N Q I I is s 1 Q nf' 9 W an rf . - tix QYHQ? fi: r . Q , , , J Tx H' Us QNX L I ' ' I X , 1 4' , , I 5 f ' .19 I , wk' 1 r. . - : rx- gc., -faq- f ?.Xx 1 , ' . 1 3,:..', :,.:.!.:- -.W 4 , 31 .,:,..,-- 1Circ1nJ Diana Ernst and Jerry Anderson smile hnppxly after being crowned king and queen of the Junior Prom. lLefty Two members of the junior churn work on the orchid throne, which wan the center of attraction :Lt the dance. KBottom3 Mr. Guffoy introduces the king and queen cnndirlnten. 2 V- new M QM, , 'Jr 64 n , E why.,-q , , '- 5 2 ' 'hwy' 4 ' ,N x. V, 3 Q ' f - I Q V 1 if f ,, - 9 ' ,ay 'J ' W ! 11 I - 1 fr , z-1. I Q J' ' Hairy L 1 J . . . 4 fi i : ,,,,, fJ. , -. ,. 1 'f 7,8 lf c + 3 '14, 4 151'-H . -0' ,' 1 . 0- -It-fn. 1 x 9 :- l f 4 f-rm.. 3--1441. . : -fb 55-B-.-' fix: 5 , , 0 '4- '.v , . 1 u ' . .' .'1 ' cu g ' 3- f Ex'.5'7 Vflyiif. Ht?-7' P? '-fl! A-'fag' p -' I L' 0 'V 4 4.-1, ' -:Ami 1 4,12-': V 'ifligzv f'l2-f'1 r- I 3 -V' 1 , :lisa-gf, t 1.4-1.5-H, .half , 1 1 'R ' 5 2.12 -N x-i,: :N..C---.175142.57-1-Hjzif-'f',g',4'-.-trys.: ,Z'f461'.': +.f-'. 15 ' F ,v 1Clrc1eJ The finishing touch of small paper orchids and stars is added to the Junior Prom decorations. IBottomj Junior royalty dance following the coronation. On the eve of April l the Class of 1956 presented the annual lunior Prom trom 9 p.m. until midnight. This year the theme was Orchids in the Moonlight. The cafeteria was lavishly decorated with purple, laven- der and white streamers. Small paper orchids and shiny stars were splashed everywhere to carry o-ut the theme. Chosen to reign over this gala affair, were Queen Diana Ernst and King Ierry Anderson. The whole undertak- ing was under the direction ot Miss Iulia Slcule and Mr. Wilmer Carle. Under the rays of a sparkling moon, upperclassmen and their guests danced to the music of lules Radinsky and his band. l 3' Wa Tig Again ulnctcrl to emrvn- :nl thn- huzul of his 4-laum wana Dun ll:-n nlmw, il wull lxkq-rl null rw-ypmn nlblu pvrrunx He- was nl-U .qv f.lVlW in munv rwlxrwl snntrvlvlvr- Vu-u prvsidoum B111 Wullvy, wvll known :lruuud All S, hulls, ax un-mln-r of tlw HAG . CRY stuff und :L i':xvm'ltv vn l1'l'l1lllll'l' at Nrlwul fllll4'flllll5 Although flllfllllllg the offxce of secretary was n dxfflcult job. Marie Sxmou handled nt wrth her usual clmerfuluess and cap- nbilrty, MIIYIC was an actlve Ski Club mvmbcr. Slxcrrxc Eilllllllxvll .rlso lull --nv uf thc hurnivst msks rn kvr'lHUL kll Q1 lr! thx- books and mr r-y s l'.ll - l but sln' clnl .x vorrrrmunllllv Job Anotlrer step on llre ladder ol success Iras been rfllrnlued by llre sludcnls of llre Class of 'f5'!. Ofilvelzz rflvr-ml lu lvcrrl lllf' :mplm rnrnrezx were: llrrn llmrnszlrrxw, prezslclermlg llrll Wrrllfly', vrvuprcrrxlclerllg Marlf- ill mon, :zfwrvlrrryg and SIIVIIII' lfdfnnfr lan, llflflfllllvl. 'lluofaw C'lUl'lllfl lm fH'lVf' 'ln llrfr f'X f'llllV1'f'fJlllllllll4'il Wm-rf: Butf-In lllle, Kcrrlfr Wfryzzflrl, lirllfr liarlalrall, llaryl lflrmlrfz, rrnfl llfi-lun lwfffrl. Ifllllf'f' l'N4If'ffll'J was 1,-lffflfvl lu lu,-lr: llrrn fl! llw' student r'f111r1r'1l rm.-frlrrnfgzz, lvlrzz, llf'lf'll Sllllflflflll and Mini: lfallnfzon f'lrf-flrfully put up wrtll tlrff many lnf,-frflfrvlrf-:1 Illfxt ,arne lrarn srlarrfprorrrrfg rr Cflflilfl. Aqaln llus year llre cglasza parlrrglpalv,-rl lll many sclrool acllvllles surilr af: tllfl- ANCHOR, EAGLES CRY, music, and many other clubs. l-llqlm sclrolrrslic records were marnlained by llre Class of '57, Sports aqarn proved an open lreld lor many of the sophomore alllleles. Bob Rude, navmq played for the l. Vfs last year, was promoted lo varsity at tne beqrnnrna ol the year. Later on rn the year Gene lanlqo and Doug Brown were also promoled to tne varsrty from 'ne l. Vfs, Three players that proved valuable to the lunror Varsrty 'mire Butch lrlrle Truman BCIYIKSVLI. 'rna Din 'Lg Ctzer. Z7 SIRI . 1 , ,p Y , ,e 7 Q4 W T325 an no 5 Q , 5411 K nw i r q, ' 'fa Mi? 4 35 K f V A ,fi 1 w A Row 1, left to right: Larry Morehead, Walley McConnel, Ken Kareen, Glenn Yeatts, Larry Courtney, John Worthen, Jerry Stiburek, Row 2: Robert Heuser, Larry Oscarson, Mike Owen, Don Pitt, Pat Cadden, Bob Payton, Jim Martin. Row 3: George Holly, Ray Ruhlen, Larry Compton, Dean Bivins. Li ht. Row 4: Harold Strech, Bob Miller, Alan Hanson, Terry Dean Carlson, Spencer Burt, Dave g Meeks, Ray Niemi, Buzzy Erickson, Mel Abshier. Janice Faccio was the soph-Y omore class student councll representative. She has also helped on the many actxvltxes which the sophomores have promoted. SUPHUMORE CLASS .5 -1 80 V 3 DQ X ' A I V yur I 1 E . R I 1 K , 7 i 4 v ,v In 4 I x ' if Row l, left to right: Dorothy Tuck, Marilyn Botdorf. Arnica McKlemlck, Pat Boll, Charity Bowers, Marilyn Ellison, Sophie Ondoln, Karla Waynon, Row 2: Pat Graber, Jackie Carr, Karon Shnncr, Joan Minor, Judy Rettlg, Trova Perry, Brook Horncman, Row il: Carolyn Nuff, Linda Gator-s, Knith Ann llartinzun, Pricllla Kline, Roxannn Monrant, Dcc Ann Maruhall. wr' 'fi Brita Barkdoll, well liked by everyone, was elected to the executive committee of the sophomore class and did her J ob well, Q l SUPHOMOBE CLASS ,- Fl' ,. 'E Q V'l ,N I I , , ,..., I .sf Q. Row 1, left to right: Dick Benold, Jerry Schmeling, Butch Hile, Eddie Dress, Eddie Peelman, Brice Jones, Bill Kosto, Ronnie Seater, Jack Beers. Row 2: John Bissonette, Steve Morgan, John Davies, Ralph Courtney, Brent Jacobs, Sandy Wallace, Daryl Jones. Row 3: Bill Hamilton, Wesley Burt, Dick Hertz, Ken Widoe, Ron Stephens, Ronald Mourant, Row 4: Harold Hokland, Martin Aylward, Larry Edmond- son, Ronald Todd, Marcus Reynolds, Mark Wieler, Claude Purcella, Row 5: Jim Johnson, Robert Puller, Dick Chase, Jim Wilson, Tom Christensen, John Maxwell. Karla Wayson has been a f cheerleader for two years, has ' worked on the ANCHOR staff, and has helped in many other ways to make her class out- standing. SOPHOMORE , CLASS 'TTS Xp-' rx mn I le!! In ll lx! ln uf If.:-uhm, 5111111-y IH-114-lr, Allu- Hluklm-, Shulvy Pntllv, M:lur1'1u- ll.11lwu'k U 14 nw 111111 un Xmnw lfhmu ll-,w ,f Rulu-rin lhnwn, II:-la-n Tw:-1-1, Samir.: lixuwn, Alum' BllWllN 1 mu an lnhl-.mn .I.ml'l llunll, li.ur'ln E4'kl'l Row .1, Lullm Wmmxllxmln, Mllllill' Pvlwr- 11 mlmu lun lxuthuxlm- Rnlmx, K.nthy lilnxv. M.llll'l'lill Ave-ry, Unyln- CUIIIQIIIUJ -ws I lvfl 11+ xlxllt lxrn Vmulli, Gary MIlIlllll'll Allrly 5'4'll.Ila'l, H.ul4'nr1 Ifvlljllll, Jun- AIIIIMIIUIIL Dull ll .Iunklns Huw .El fillly Sllllfll, Dirk llnlton, l'Illl Shall!! Dl'I,.nll1 'VIIIIHIIIN nun C ll 111111 I1 limmly Nlvult G-Ill Gxxvlllx Vlllfl' S'1'lDlll'll. G4-uv Jnlnygu Huw J. Hill C-IIIIIH, Khulna gun Nunn: Illllik Fe-wtl, .Ivrly I,:nhtll1r-lx. Ilumg Brown, G1-ru gr- II,m'u.l, linw lx HH-l,,,,4l W , xt! m 1 :vu nruh I.u'h.url Bznllfy Ilnrvvy Huzuflurmi. V wr- A 4 I V 1 mlb ffxxl I x Agri, J n 'v',,O E1 gh: 7 vm.. , y a i S Row 1, left to right: Ronnie Johnson, Gary Cross, Royce Katon, Ray Burgess, Tommy Kaupp, George Barrett, Row 2: Dave Bartholomew, Jim Seeley, Ralph Daniels, Jim Coolv, Keith Charboneau, Butch Williamson, Dominic Otter, Row 3: Bill Walley, Terry Reese, Arnold Oskolkoss, George Statler, Kent Woodman, Row 4: Frank Humes, Bill Hatch, Dennis McDonald, Don Cribbs, Neal Bigger, Ronald Nash, Jim Donley. ex- 'f-451 D Elaine Atwood is a dependable worker on the EAGLE'S CRY and has helped on .ne AN- CHOR staff, where she has made many friends, SUPHOMORE CLASS 83 Q -6 v. C7 -1 ins 3 1-5 ' r Y , X v 4 I ,K lit! .-In 5 f?,,,,f,q.,,:. ft i' n All in M ' 1 hen! AN,f! l J.auiig .. 'I' , gli' - 7' v. nv pu 1 2 ,fl Vu Borlllu Enkcsen, Carol Longoria, Jann Rickie, Maulnlyn Ilorrmnnm, Row 1, loft to right.: Jncklu Health, I C ul n Butkuvu-ln Kathryn Vwvullr-x Dum Middleton Jonnnc Merchant., Joy Row Ll: Arll-nn W1 Hon, nr y . , . . , . , Tvnlty. How li: Florence Chappel, Bcvarly Nelson, Ellzuhutll Osgood, Row l: Jenn Snllenn, Nxullno Cox dvr, llnlun Lund, Kay Shields, Sherry Wade, Cyntlnzn Brady. One who served faithfully and capably on the executive com- mittee this year was Helen Tweet. af l . l . SOPHOMORE CLASS ' pu 10 vu fm 'CYD 79 ri.: : I M , '37 . 4 f -4. fe ax J, 2 S I .,,.,. .. , aqgq' f, ' 1 , - g,,:' , Q , may V , ,Y 1? an LA ' 1 , ,,,. l 7 YY Wi! ' U S is Row 1, left to right: Ethel Ellis, Gail Fox, Judy Gresham, Rachel Barry, Anne Smith, Bonnie Weimer, Diane Evans. Row 2: Jean Andrade, Barbara Englebreth, Renee Nash, Carol Jaynes, Pat Orr, Marie Sajdak, Marcia Powers, Sharon O'De1l. Row 3: Betty White, Dora Ann Craig, Rachaline Tolman, Donna Bridges, Billie Bridges, Pat Perez. Row 4: Gayle Gustafson, Mary Storm, Jane DeLorenzi, Sylvia Yahn, Jeanette Swank, Kaye Conquest, aww. aww , T? Daryl Jones is known for his pleasant personality and for -- P good work in the clubs to ' ' which he belongs. jfljfnq ' '.ff4,Jl, ,aff U:-LN N S I! , 4 L k Qu ,R flaw ggi? 3 Z 1 , .s,,,: 2' ff 3, f i 5 it . rs I' Q, I Q. SOPHOMORE t CLASS G ,Q , - Q ' V, x 'Qi F' '59 , ' JQLE' '- V ' . V ' fr! w l 3 X s ,, A, fn, 'QW U, A iav En s 7- Q x 4 ,X ,-'fd gv ' . asp-H 1 ' w 1 ' ' .J rl, , l 2' Q- .1- lb, nl f l 55 ll , lf sta 4 5Mguqj y,'Q1 Row l loft tn rl ht J , -lg : mmno queer, Shcrrlu Mugummon, S bil T l N5 . . . , . 4 y ny or, Mury Nichols, Minnie Roberta, amy Lln y, l-llmron Bull, Guru dine Easton, Irune Lugo, Row 2: Esther Rnnnor, Ardlth Abrams, Julio sat:-lu, Burlmru Thlntlc, Sully Wingate, Bnrbnru Newton, Judy Molcr, Dorothy Newbury, Annu Carrol. Row Ll. Suemu Inlluch, Shirley Mnugum, Shniln MvClouch, Cmrlcne Rottlg. Judy Dnhl, Sandra Jzulifo Fucvlu, Elaine Atwood. 'Nr Butch Hile, who has lettered in football and has played on the junior varsity, has been an outstanding member of the - sophomore class. Ford, SOPHOMURE CLASS Row 1, left to right: Robert Moore, Gary Campbell, Leif Strand, J, C. Winn, Duane Heverling, Robert Eilertson, Boyd Knauss, Mike Briggs, Row 2: Jon Neubauer, Nick Nicholis, David Strandburg, Walter Reynolds, John Lee, Gary Bullen, Charles Welsh, Row 3: George Suddock, Robert Wells, Mike Hen- drickson, John McSparin, Stanley Dnrk, John Fern. Row 4: Dennis Eagleton, Robert Rude. Row 1, left to right: Adamarie Oaks, Brita. Barkdoll, Gayle Polsky, Arlene Anderson, Row - 1- 2: Bob Watson. I 1 s 3 fl 1 is K .-bum. SOPHOMORE X CLASS ' -J' x X 'X 'XF ii 1 1 Q.. i I u 41 ..- il Ml' 't4 .Y.a+:2i :iaf'2p21'.1,' ti ti .:y1f.:g5-,'3jgig,4,f5q, 3. A -r,--i sg. '. .-. , - 1 .A .71 :fin M6111 ,VI 11.1111 fx. 3 L 7l4'J ev! J'.fL,Wghf l 4-gi-1-givnf'-43extra, ti t A i-.W4.:' 4:i't'if ti'4 . qeu 1 .1m --'.,,.t 554: K .A tf L' i :sm J' . Y, lk ' ' Q ,Q ' A . V ' a 3 . Vi' xx R Rao Hlncliey, nctlvn several school ucttvtttos. imrvml ns vtceevresldoii hor claim. tt of in Keith Wallace was chos- en to lead the freshmen as their class president. X , X Y O X. 'a Elaine Stolt has not been either bothered or bewil- dered by her job as class secretary, W I lv ' - ,V v, It 'N 1 si Dave Kinvziid has han- . dled the finances of class. 88 his 1 X t ln the tall ot this school year, tour hundred fourteen lnewitched, bothered, and liewilclorecl freshmen enrolled in A.H.S. Attoi qottiiifg acquainted with their new scltodiilost find locker corn liinrittonrs, the trmsltittt-it ht-ld ci ctlfifzsi ineetinq. Officers wcaio zxrilevtficl in ri vloseelectloriiKf3itliWr1llr1r'fe,prorziflfintg Roe llinchey, vice piosidontg ljltiinu Stott, secretaryg and Dave Klllfffllfl, treasurer. Marjorie Parkins was elected class representative to the Student Council. At the first executive meeting an executive committee, including Caro' lyn Roop, Sally G'Neill, Dean Sellin, and Gary Anderson, was appointed. At the second class meeting dues were decided upon and collection begun. Also preliminary plans for a Freshman Return Dance were discussed. ef 2 ,Q if rwpieg iifzjf ,f .V , f f , 'W 1 ' , A 223223 ' lCenterJ Marjie Parkins , A was chosen student council representative from the freshman class. tLeftJ Jane Dissley has made many friends among her class- mates during the year. fRightJ Best known as a ski enthusiast is Valerie Broze. O Row 1, left to right: Clyde Boylan, Kenneth Dickenson Trevor G d , or on, Eddy Crane, Paul Lage, James McRae. Row 2: Gary Williams, Keith McKenzie, Charles Terrell, Gerald Courtney, Gene Neuman, Tony La Framboise. Row 3: Dennis Davidson, Bill Fish, Mike Hackett, Duane Hollbach, Douglas Kemp, Larry Peters. Row 4: Bill Elmore, Jerry Smith, Larry Reves, Noel Wilson. lt, M' ' ,ll ywfvxfff L Up , ,,,0,,l2 K JH 5, r cj W J . K va 1, fl . 'T ' 4 1 ' ' 7 , .. 'fra' Y' 'G'-4 Q - J iii qw, ' ' L3 v A 'ff' ' tic' A - 1 'NI i , QQ S i rk ry I M ' F' V . , 5 . sf LQAXEI Q I N . Ki 'E x X : ::' ' 1 f I I , I 2 1 I I ,ix ' K U 0 K ' ' , M ,. r ' wi ' g f D A . r -if. 5 , , r Y , iz tj V Q 1 LH . 5,,-,- 1 Q I .I Q 1 ' 5, 4 , ff? L J il 5 f l l A J. l 89 E Q 1 vw .ff Q rv fy .pu . . .. , V. Row 1, left to right: Janet Zuber, Alice Alyward, Judy Orr, Darla Iicnsser, Judy White, Justina Dllley, Phyllis Bonny, Sun Johnson, Row 2: Jane: Lutz, Judy Huudley, Lola Condn. Carolyn Bagley, Jane Borgaun, Sylvia Gentry, Carolyn Vogler, Row :lg Barbara Parker, Susan McSharry, Alleon Swanson, Joico Lamb, Polly Hcnrlch, Gloria Brock, Karen Paulson, Gail Liobsack. Row -lx Joanne Saarlo, Kathy Kouco, Lynda Willlainn, Anno Peterson, Rita Sorger, Jayne Philips, Carol Burns, Jean Elmore, Dorothy Slioppnrd. Row 1, loft to right: John Hillstrand, David Buring, Nicky Hunsucker, Phil Woodburn, Arthur Bray xnan, Knuto Day, Bert Smith, Dick Osburn. Row 2: Larry Grove, Jerry Erling, Windel Henderson, Walwr Stull, Larry Edmond, Denny Sommers, James Oatlcr, Graydon Ellingwood. Row 15: Dennis Chrintlan, Bill Sledge, Richard Deans, Monty Morehead, Don Hill, Dedrick Childers, Mike Ege, Row rl: Robert Sorensen, Gail Browulow, John Stone, Karl Hahn, Jesse Nichols, Dave McPeok, ,, fa 1-12..- If ,,,.H-vf A an 55-iv - 'mr . SAP ,11- ah-- ' , rv in , ,4 T. g,'.27 'fl' If ' .-- -',x 90 1 s ,pw Ci! 6 Q L2 Zu., . A ff -f? XX, tax ,,, 4' Q x gif 3 -1 FRESHMA f i 'x CLASS wi K7 vw S3 at a is gf Row 1, left to right: Pat Klotz, Elaine Stolt, Sharon Myers, Gloria Barry, Bonita Wise, Louise McC:r1tA ney. Row 2: Darlene Belka, Betty Riley, Sharon Letourneau, Sylvia Bean, Roberta Reeve, Row JI: Yvonne Bissonnette, Jeanine Broughman, Marcella Proper, Sharon McGuire, Joanne Taylor, Lynn Blinzler, Row 4: Virginia Mangum, Yvonne Gomoll, June Charboneon, Jn Walntka, Muriel Anglin, Madelyn Cooper, Shirley Kalfas, Sylvia Kramer. Row 1, left to right: Lyle Pettis, Tom Andrews, Carl Adams, Richard Schneider, Stanley Davis, Leslie NQ, Louie Smith. Row 2: Bob Hobson, Lester Warfel, Jerry Hall, Bob Jones, Jim Sharp, James Mc- Intyre, Robert Wilkins, Row 3: Jerry Herrmann, Lothar Nitzsche. Norman Patterson, Tommy Cartee, Claire Friese, Fritz Watkins. Row l: Vernon Weaver, Jerry Cox, Melvin Hohn, it I .1 A X A --, Sinn! li h 'mf . GI il-fa: .., ' ,C uf!! .-.. uf ll 'wr av- ' M544-Q v... .r '- A 4. r r A 1 lm s-.0 ,r I L r . A, r l . n ' l . 3' ., ' ' ' Qi M-I e ff' 1 ' A Q, anim , ' , ' 'H l , . ' 1 . A - X l x I Row l, left to right: Joe Nelderruyer, Jzxck MneM1llun, Dlck Bllertsou, Bill Poole, John Coleumn, John Chrlnt, Rum: Underwood, Bob Horu, Curtin Robinson. Row LZ: David Schaefer, Tom Baker, Doug Mjorud, Frank Seaman, Dnuglnn Candy, Torn Walker, Robert Puulaou, Row Ll: Norman Brown, John Morgan, David Clltherue, Eugene lllchey, James Muehlenleu, Mike Slupero, Dennis Kirk, Lanny Rogers. Row 4: Johnny Ray, Guy Mnrtlrx, Eddie Manoa, Dick Cnywood, Frank Keenan, Freddie Taylor, Louln Knudneu, Mnrnlml Carter, Rex Mosley. Row l, left to rlghtz Sue Holland, Edna Goche, Glenna Jucha, Bette Miller, Put Sullivan, Donna Gard ner, Jenn Conover, Marjlc Pilfklllfl, Mary Jane 0'Shea, Elvira Tweedy, Row 2: Beverly Cuddnu, Sara Van Henson, Sara Dunlap. Lluda Gargun, Nancy Wingate. Lylldn Gray Sandy Simons, Sully O'Ne1ll, Nancy Albers, Donna Leibhart, Row :iz Evelyn Burnett, Judy Gaylor, flflle Stewart, Deunua Poulnen, Ina Joan Burnett, Beverly Cooper, Despo Chiamis, Sherle Davis, Roberta Prentlax, Row li llnleu Le Blame. Chloe Iinutzen, Rosemarle Vaughn, Rae Hlnchcy, Judy Hall. Susan Zumwalt, Carol Qunllln, Mlllle Delnuknkos, Betty Brandt. FRESHMAN YJ qv if f ,S -.,I ' 5 .1 up J' I I f J' ,lo O f .l.e..:mi.,..l.. 1 r I S ,. A x l l 4 l 1 F 7 T., wr C2 - ! l . 1 X , , t F v I - A s is !, 'f f' iixi Q fi Q5 if i Q, ff ' Q. 24 f 5513316 Q 1534, f 1 f eff? .ffl if i ,fi ,f , 6 ' tg , 51,4-:'w', ' , - 1 iffblf qw' 'f , A 'W ' H 1 -,,.,..W-f--M W...-M 5' K? , QA ,fri ,,.: '-fl :ff ,. l ' lf 24 4-7204? 3 W 4 1 a- 'ff-. y la . Jf 11. 'Q of ZW-A 1 i CLASS Row 1, left to right: Charlotte Clark, Margaret Cline, Billie Boring, Sharon Christensen, Diana Smith. Barbara Berg, Sharon Lovely, Edwina Tuck, Janet Blair. Row 2: Robby Lasater, Glenda Eagon, Suzanne Golem, Shari Ellis, Lois Gooshin, Anna Belle Ross, Jean Anderson. Row 3: Deanna Murray, Kathy Wells, Ella Mitchum, Margaret Evans, Carol Bartlett, Marie Teresin, Joanne Riley. Row 4: Nancy Tulloss, Roberta. Persinger, Carol Smith, Pat Chapman, Barbara Hackney. Row 1, left to right: Daniel Auerbach, Gary Carter, Douglas Beckley, David Drake, Mike Olliphant, Mike Barker, John Day, Dave Finrow, Row 2: Larry Clasen, Mike Lawyer, Richard Highland, Albert Romans, Dannie Caulfield, Doug Canoose, Norman Parks, Mike Burnham. Row 3: Preston Findlay, Jerry Patterson, Eddy Rasmusson, Russell Gill, Walt Winek, Dick Arthur, Wayne Tagart. Row 4: Ken Le- tourneau, Tony Casa-Calvo, Jerry Lamb, Ed Hull. n 4 1 ,, 3 : vlff .4 sz ,Q- QQY ' f-.A . I. r W ICI' .I .-',i':rv lu . vlil I alll J! I ill, U -L I L' YP ' XT 1.5 W wa., ,I 4, A HF- E' ,-, W at Row 1, lu!! lu right: Paul Johnsun, Dun Rhyme, Floyd Davis, Lee Davis, Jay Nelson Allvn Wvavcr Bill Bruwn Mnlvln Buuh R , f or. ow 2: Mike 0'SlllllViHl, Gurdon Bruwand, Clll'lN Becklcn: Bun Holly, Jlannca Bndoll, Mnrnlmll Su-wart, Melvin Ne-lghburn. Row Il: Paul Lewin, Gary Haygood, Gary Anclurson, Douglas Cnlklnu. Churlus Pon-ru, Eugene Kelly, Earl Strunk. Row l. Bill Clark. Mike Shapiro, n frenhman wmth a ready smile, pau:-mn for a quick drink between classes. FRESHMAN CLASS You may have seen Cherie .fl West in the half-time activities at the basketball games, where V HM she was a baton twirler. J ff' 1 il' '7' 5. T 7 'Sri-0 Q' Q e V' - W 15:2 '74 Q' L .f 4. ,., al-QW --1 ' ,gnl ' WF-,.,,, :HW A 'kwa 5, '1:' Y ,My gi I cgi' V ' s , , 25,'iJX f-N., ff' ,.'3'- , 0 ' ,XT 4 5 , 41111 15 Row 1, left to right: Ted Odman, Jim Bales, Jerry Fly, Jim McKern, Pat Deurcan, Jerry Dixon, Guy Barber, Steve Lage. Row 2: Richard Goshorn, Steve Dixon, Terry Kincaid, Danny Sykes, Marlin Edg- ington, Jerry Jarvis, Dean Sellin, Row 3: Dee Hale, Dick Gilman, Clint Dice, Lowry McK1nnon,Hal Beckerworth, Keith Wallace, Tom 0'Shea, Jerry Walker. Row -l: Mike Lewis, Jim Petty, Richard Owen, Chris Lethin, Warren Bowlan, Jim Rasmussen, Alan Hammery. Row 5: Terry Brady, David Davis, Eddie O'Neill, Archie Hutchinson, Stan Shields, Dave Kincaid. Row 1, left to right: Norma Wick, Roycelyn Gilman, Dolly Kalerak, Donna Biffle, Nancy Knight. Row 2: Linda Vcatch, Valerie Broze, Connie Dukes, Ronita, Longworth, Louise Kizer, Owena Clark, Janet McGee. NJ I U l I .rs o 1 4 f ' ,:, --Q .- ,, Q, f . v Wi i .4-,x . , 1, i 'fr P' Row 1, IMI to right: Judy Tulxnnn, M.u'l:-no llnflxn ply Y y Bun Carrol LuI'1':ux1hnlew. llnw gi: Czxrmn-n Yann-x, Dorothy Hun-1 1 4 xx H, n Mllfllllti Jlbllllrlirll. Huw .L Jnm- llnrtl Cnllm-1-n Wayne ru nc unum V nkx Mm L I0 Bnrlnrx Amlvrson, P1-nny Pan ks. Row 1. left to right: Phyllxs Beatty, Gall Lexbsack Carol Johnson, Ruth Ann Peterson. Pat Sullivan Row 2: Loms Garcia, Floyd Aurxch, James Nan kervis. 11 9 Elaine Stnlt, Carolyn Roop, Keith Wallace, Marjie Par- kius, Dave Kincaid, Rae Hinchey, and Dean Sellius gather to discuss fresllmen problems at an execut.ve C0lllllllIT.8B xucetlng. WIW .mp 1L'Cfff'f , ,V C ,,,V 1 .fine ' , iff' WW ' ' ff, MW ff 1 fym , :P Everyone scmns to he haw' N at thv dam-0 1. mg a good tum ch-spun thu rruny wvntllhv lll the cnfctcrln. pl'l'V1lll1ll.Q www, F31 . Q-1 .. , ,L f MZ ' ' :erm 5' M., ,,,., ,, ,,U, 3 fj 'L Mg? , 'nf 1 ,f wa.-Q ,L . A . 1 -- , 191 L'Ol lIl' ' 'f-slum-n de . . the 10 1' thc ffPNilllllfIlt stand io fl05hlll-ill RCIIIIH Daunte. 9 ..f f f if N ' Hr. wif f.Q, ,, . , iw? W I ' , 1: ff ep, iff 1 f inf: of UN N ll ' F4 4? Xl Ltr rf M 465 Hi J .'Z.7,f' , ll' - RB It M 'Zff if? ' Nia VJ- - ' 1 , -1 . is X X X M f R I 114 , ,,f'x. 4' f I 5 ' kv. IJ!! 1 PQ X I Q r,- ' L ., X L I I ml, ' ,A. rqtgflig I ! , -XJQQ Milf? ', it ,freeing :.:,v,, f rfilf' it f' X. 'I l Q .iii ., lt? ly I e ,f 'fl X. Rip, ll K ll I to lli -1 ' 2-1 ' , I t - W xgsfgngk. HE PUBLICATIONS department has always been the pride of A.H.S. In 1943 the first EAGLES CRY came out and was greatly welcomed. Adapting its name from the school team it has since won numerous awards. This year the EAGLES CRY was converted into a more widely-read magazine. The ANCHOR, also, has improved itself during the years and includes the certificates of the National Scholastic Press Association and the Columbia Scholastic Press among its awards. Z 4 niiilli '--nnhlililw 'j:g:ggEH'4llIlIr'k -IlIpur1!7,f,11lU'1l- Editors: LaVonne Schulz Elaine Atwood y 4 AR 3 .. J:J:L? .:s,.- ii i . ,- '- -'1. -1 1' V W 1 L 1401, 15 r V V R G. V .M J 1 2 i 4 I 1 5 'D fnmx K 5,1 it ':H'-:- .1 11111 '-.v 1:-.5 3 .,.-gr' .1-' A 11 1R14 A. I .4 X, u . . GFI 'N 1 ' 12 1 R I , 1-. ia 1 4. if P Y Q W 3 W1 .1 111 1 '5 - 1 ' T 10 lk 101 sc1vO 114 IOYCIK C1 ll 1 Sci1111c11 11101101 yedr 111 preservmq 1110 111c11111q111s 01 0 school yours C1C1lV11lGS W1111 mctures cmd .1 X 4 1511- 5. Q71 . 'AX ' - l 1 I .. V . ' l 1 :iq :ff Ada Puckett and Mar- guerite Robiuson, co-cd1- tors of the Anchor, did au excellent job of lending the staff tl11'ougl1 another successful yenr, 11 1:2 1110 ::111c:o1o w1::11 of 1110 A11c'11c1r s1c111 111511 Your 19b5 A11c'11c1r W111 COIl11llLlO lo lllU1CC 1110 1761531 your live 101 yr1c11:: 10 CfOIllC7. MCIIIY 101151 1101113 01 111110510 11110 1110 AllCf1lC'DY, CI S1UC1C1l1 p11bl1c':r111o11. Ilvory 15111110111 workinq O11 1110 f31c111, 110111 1110 1IlC1OXCf 10 1110 odi1orS, 1dkes qred1 pride 111 11111 work und does 1113 best 10 mdke1he Anchor W1lCI1 1110 s11,1dcr111'1ody expects of 11. y -.V , A H1 is Q ' X Q ZW., B- :Lf 1-.Ts-'7' 0.4- 'S- Planning and executing a suc- 9?efi',7Q,,g2 ., ,f cessful sales campaign was the ' job of the ANCHOR sales staffg C. Willard, D. I-Iollenburg, M. Sadjak, J. Emerson, and D. Wright' . i ..a, M M. A. Renfrew discusses adver- tising plans with ad sellers, S. Gilman, P. Evans, C. Steadmnn. F. Chappell, and N. Chappell. Dave Wright carried a. great responsibility as sales manager, but his clever campaign ideas brought in record sales. Advertising manager Mary Ann Renfrew was kept. busy through- out the year keeping a record of sales and contracts among Anchorage businesses. Marie Reynolds, ANCHOR busia ness manager, has done a great Jobhof keeping the finances straight. I r is 3' 2 as is ,.., if sl r Q. K ' f 4, Gnile Gallwns, Mrirnee Kem, and J B ll ' hard on the clubs portion of the Alia?-IYORF Worked Carolyn Smith tackled the big job of taking charge of the administration section. and did it well. Senior editors Pat Johnson and Marcia Lund Knot pictured! and junior editors Betsy Ostler and Janet Young handled their class section, sff J , ' .Q Jool I..ounnlmury, Gnry Holm, :ind Jon Louiisbury, :ill xictlvo ln uthlotlcn, nincle lulozil xports editors. Studont lifn oditorn Nnnvv Rniimlvll :ind Kathy Broze portray the typicnl A.lI.S. studmit. :ilwnyn in n hurry. Sophoniores Karla Wnyson and Marie Simon: and freshmen Jane Dissley and Rae Hinchey lnot pic, tured, Valerie Brozeb capably edited their respective class sections. Janis Pearson and Donna McA1ister, two music stu- dents, handled the music division. A big job with little recognition was that of Charity Bowers. Dziryl Jones. and Ralph Courtney. the ANCHOR iiidcxc-rs. Elaine Atwood and LnVonne Schulz held the posi- tions of coreditors of the publications part of thc ANCHOR. Q no -.J f 3, I v if . wg ff- Z ...Ml 5' M' ..,,. - 1 A , . -ff ,rf W Carol Steadman Judy Clark , , and Dan Renehaw, A talented art staff, contributed much to the ANCHOR. Q'- T17 Janet Mohr, Sharon Sheppard, and Diane Hollenburg Knot pic- tured, Carolyn Willardy gathered and compiled information for the ANCHOR theme. D. Benold, A. Christiansen, D. Lynch. B. Bailey. J. Cassel, and C. Weiler snapped. developed. and printed most of the pictures ' ln the yearbook. i.. For the second year, Carolyn Shane effectively filled the position of art editor. 1' lltr 5 z, My Y l A H M Meet that deadline! No doubt this is a familiar phrase if you have worked on the EAGLES CRY staff. Many hours have been spent by the staff to make possible the meeting of that deadline or the selling of just one more ad. The EAGLES CRY has seen many changes this year. The new adviser of the publication, Mr. Crouch, came from Oregon and had had previous experience as an adviser of a school newspaper. He has done a commendable Job of organizing the staff and making it work as a team. Many experiments with different types of editions were tried this year, the magazine being the most popular. Cn December 22 the first magazine edition was put out especially for Christmas. Through the many years of A.H.S. the EAGLES CRY had always been a newspaper, but this magazine layout was put on a trial basis. After several more editions, the magazine was considered successful. Anne Cannon, now in her fourth year bat A.H.S., has proved hor- N self invaluable ns news editor Janet Mohr, 11 junior who was editorial editor, has worked hard for a bigger and better Eiigle's Cry. features. --- - .nd X XX A 1 ' ff , As feature editor for the Eagles Cry, Frances Bnrtch has prp. A sented lively and interesting I A 17 D' x A-ew-ess. A' 4... -.: my R X, I 1 .Ei Kay Josselyn, a. very industrious senior, has capably fulfilled her responsibility as editor-in-chief. We're very happy that the magazine has turned out as it has, said Kay losselyn, editor- in-chief. lt has taken a lot of hard work from the staff and we're very proud of it. So, with a changed layout, a very capable staff, and a new adviser, the Eagles Cry has seen another successful year. Business Manager Gretchen Weiss has shown clepencizilnlity in her work :incl has filled hvr Job well. AQ 4' 41' 5 X57 I'4.,L. IOS Alfew staff workers at ease discussing current sf- Iairs at lunch. Peggy 0'Neill has done an excellent job as copy- readlng manager of the EAGLE'S CRY. Senior Norma Griffith very capably filled the job of typing manager. Mr, Crunch ygivou :ulvlr-0 to a busy worker, Sports mlltorrs Bill Wallvy and Diana Ernst. worked liurrl toward :L holtoi' paper all yonr, filling each oditlon with many lmorcemiig stories. Editor Kay Jossclyn gives directions to Covell Brown while Mr. Crouch listens. lf 'iw .J O Staff workers Diana Ernst, Anne Cannon, Paul Hitchcock, and Bill Walley seriously discuss the previous edition. Sandy, did you forget that deadline? As the EAGLES CRY photography ecliror. Joe Case sol was responsible for the many pictures which ap' peared lu that publication 4 4 M A 44 ' f I f f X 6 ff! f X X f ff X ff X .- X K 2 -J vs. ' 41'-4 an-qv , 27? rp S X i X X x 107 L? . 1'I'xrp lx-IH Axivvxlx-xxxxxg xn.ux.xyg:-1-x C.xxxxlvxx W . xll.xxxl .xml Dx,xxxx- Huy lx.xvx xln . vxxvllvlxx julm xxx llxxxxxnxg bxygxgx-x and ln-Hx-x .un lm x-.wh l1AhI.H'S CRY 4'I'op xwlxtxvlj Hvvxxxly Wulfl, l'lIC'llI.lllUll n1,xlx.xxgxfl, h.x:. ximxx- .x x- joh of hzxxxxlx ' ' ' - ' ' lux, llxx rx.x1x xv! thx' l.Alv,, 2'.' ' ' A llvx-xx-l' ' v xv xtllxxxxxl. 11 S LHR, xlllll Ill this w.xy Imax lnnvx-xx . I ilxv.xllx:xlvlx'. 4Txxp l'H'h'l Aw lllllllllf llllllllll Inv lulxlxmlx hr Ixxlx xxlvxi :xll llxv xxx :xml llllfj-QIHIIR-IIPXVNPILIITIVIH. 1 N I ' I A xllcluwx Workers gather 'xt one of H ' , . xexr staff rnevtxnga lo :xnxx-xnxx xlxf cunxplvx pruhlcxns I ' ' 0 newspaper production. 11 Ss . ,,,I,,, Y -X' LAUGHS 0 ,. . pf , ., 'N V4 L V V 'xxff if fl in 1 1, x ff 4' Wmiij J - A- ,,. 1 , 1 V I :ed M, Q . 5. xbd' .V 'J 'I 4 , x ff Q an 1. vp If ,V Y 4. ww X 4 A W-.-. ? ' 1 ' xg x F is 2 K , ,Vai 4? K A . A M V I E Q Ax V X M h ,K , , by g 1 V T' 'iv fi V ' P' P x 15 f VI' We , V M x sw, ,x x x 3- v 0 xg . 0, , FOR THE STAFFS Anyone who believes that putting out a yearbook or a school paper is all work and no play never worked on an Anchorage High School publication. Amidst all the responsibility of rneet' ing deadlines and getting pictures taken, the staffs always tind time for a laugh or two and a bite to eat. Anyone interested in hearing the latest news or jokes can usually find a group of good- natured workers enjoying themse lves in the ANCHOR and EAGLES CRY room. The ANCHOR staff enjoyed planning and attending a surprise going-away party for Mrs. Ryan in lanuary. A publications banquet was also planned in the spring for both the EAGLES CRY and ANCHCR staffs. K , Bill Wullcy appears to be giving his version latest hit for the entertan , inicnt of Diana Ernst and Anne Cannon, EAGLES CRY workers. L B it ' WLS s ' t Z f s' ' 4 ' r ,J K ...re S it , I 4, rv, ' ANCHOR workers gather around to have refresh- wf' . ' ments and say their last farewells to Mrs Ryan i f- ' it her oin ,J , r g ' g-awny party, ie f t Q55 yfgifzgf if if 1 fr of f, K W .14r . H' 'F' AV X s X fb 4, X' I ,,...y. Q ,xg x X 4 , J 1 1 yn g. . 1 ' 7' ,KQZ QZQQ nb A sift I wi 9 -?'Ll3g,Zg,-i. K If , I 1 ,ff:,,,,,,37f, Y-, '-A 'YA' a V yfla l ' Ill-5-'44 W , t NCHORAGE HIGH has had a girls' glee club and a mixed chorus for nearly twenty- five years. During this time quartets and other groups have added their talents to the pages of our musical history. The first band was organized in 1945. and had approximately thirteen pieces. From that small beginning our band has grown to some eighty odd members. A beginners' band has been organized to take care of learners and to provide a source of fresh material for the senior band. Mr. Baker, one of the band directors, formed the first maiorette corps in 1951. Mr. McGuin followed, organizing the maiorettes into a full time class of thirty besides training a new group of flag swingers. We are indeed proud of the steady progress that our musical departments have made. Editors: Janis Pearson Donna McA1isfer PK' -au, 9, 'UQ' sb i W 1 V1 W 211 1 1 1 I - T111' 11.11111 1-1111-1t111111'11 :nt .ull the llilfiklflbllll 14111111-11 Llllh y1!a11'. X 1 x tv I' ff? X , L' ff 11uw n1 1 1 ,A fl ' 1 ,, 1 1111-1 11,11 1:i I1f1V1!'1'J1'l11l111y 1111-11111111111111111111111111 1111111 1111111111-1111111 11111-11 fll1 1-x1 111 '11 111111 11 ll1'1l1'1I111l11Al11111111111 I . 111111. 11111111 1111111y111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 'lllfl 111 v11111111 11111111 1ll111'11f 11 1111 111111 11 N11 111 11111111 lf 1 11111 1Lof1.1 The officers of thn band we-rr' Daryl Jenkins, presidontg Drck Mvckh, 1. vice-prseidr-nm: Llewclyn Shnscer, su- retnryg and Mary King, treasurer, 1Rlglxt1 The flag twirlers performed during the lxalfrtlrue period of many basketball games. 111111111111111 11: 111111 111 11111v111111-111 1111 yf v111y 11111111111f- 11'1f1111.11':'11111 111 M1 1 1 I 11 'TH W1 11111 lV11'f111111. 1131135 ,A ,Q 3 ,qi WW ww ff X ff V f f rf fl ,A 1 l ir yt-5. 8 WH run' , ,6 ,4, 1Topl The Anchorage High School Band, under the direction of Mr. McGuin, served as the official band for Armistice Day. fCenterJ The German Band, consisting of Daryl Jenkins, Don Aurieh, Charles Lambert, Larry Junkhe, and Chuck Tay- lor provided entertainment for many hall-times during the tourmunmit. . Bttoxnj Ethel Ellie Wilma Stingel, I 0 I -. Judy Meier, and Pat Sullivan entertain with lassos at n basketball Qzune, while Diane Hollenberg and Arh-ne Anderson look on. ,..rx ei Q, -, ag 9- , If if V 'fl , Q J: we i ' ' V ' i in i.. ri y ,gr 'f- P ii . .M :Qin uf .,,,' 5 ni? 'f,,,.4i,,f mf .W D dl M.-vm.,.wn WYTYT F'!fmf,, 'f UW! !'mfww. .W ,..4ff ' A Z W V, vga. H qw.,-.,..f W, A JVW2 ' F na ,P --u ,,.-ii, ,gf - -1- 7 41. .M M , WEA' 114 1'I'upy 'Fhv 1-uhm' Imuni 1:. nun u11np4y:w4l ul 0V l' mnvtv um-mh1-1::. 1111731111 Cslrlvuv Daly, In-.nl llI.l'IIll1'lY0, plzurlle-1-w ,S gf with thu- nnaljowltv I1-zum. w llluttolnj Mr, IVHG11111 4in1-vis 1110 hnml ll1ll'lIl'Q .1 1 N W nlully lH'.lt'llK'l' :-4-Nsiull. i ' f xi Q i , Qi , Y wsf, 1 m - -...M l 'Hr' nw an CTopJ The baton team, ending its third year in A.H.S,, has shown great improvement. QLeftJ The head majorettes were Diana Ernst, flag twirlerg Carlene Daly, baton: and Mary King, drum majorette. 1Bottomj The flag team was just one of the new groups added to the band this year. VOCAL DEPARTMENT , Mu ' ' , VJ 6 li - , r ,f-,1,'JLff 'lfL 'I '61 1 .f Q44-' kv ...ls The vucal dr-,-partrnent, under thc di rection of Miss Cora Horton, has done rriuch to brighten the spirit of the school this year. The lirst major performance ol the department this year was the Christmas Concert. After that students gave var- ious radio programs and also sang for the teachers' convention. tLeft ceriterj The officers for the vocal department this year were Ginger Jarvis, treasurerg Bobbie McLaughlin, presidentg June Bowdish, secretaryg and Dennis Lynch, viceepreszdem.. tBottorni Albin Carlson, business manager, shows Llcwelyn Shuster, Mary Sue Huffman, and Dave Hough the plans tor zhe music festival, A highlight every year is the Music Festival held in the spring. Anchorage really enjoys being host to this gath- ering. . Une ot the biggest thrills the vocal department had this year was moving into the new music wing. lt was com- pleted in the middle of March. Students were so proud of the new music de- partment that they worked together in keeping it in top condition. Advantages ot the new section in- clude built-in risers, three new pianos, several sound-proof practice rooms, cork-covered floors, curved corners in the ceiling and sott plaster on the walls tor much better acoustics. Ot course all the cupboard space helped everyone to keep his music in better condition. 4BelowJ An excellent job was done by every mem- ber of the senior choir to make this year an out- standing one. few' fTopj The girls who capably handled the job of accompanist were Johnnie Mae Creer, Carolyn Mat- sen, and Karen Smith. Hodges. L L Y Q ,I L- Q--nf - -- f O ..-.J ,.-wt . , Wi The soloists for the Christmas Concert were Bobbie McLaughlin, Dave Hough, Jean Elmore and Ruth 3 m. ,def ,fx K' S E ...J :fs- ?:+2 iss--'1 ,I 133532411 fp iftnif 1Ah0vcJ Thu 1111x011 cl1o1'1111 11111115 for the st11clc11t11 111 :111 :11ss1u111bly just before thc Cl11't14t11111:1 vz1c11t1u11. 4Lcf1J Dnvo 110115411 und Llcwulyn SIIIIHLIEI' 1111154 Il duvt. 1111111114 thc illlllllill 1111111111 co11cc1'!.. fBotto111p The girls' glee was All added :1!,tr:1ctlo11 111 thc Chr1stn1111-1 IJYOHHLIII, l 1Above3 The senior choir, under the direction of Miss Horton, entertains at the Christmas Concert. fRight7 Miss Horton gives the last-minute advice to the stage crew of the Spring Concert. fBottomJ The mixed chorus grew from a small group to one of over eighty members by the end of the school year. '41 '5 '7n'7'D0f'a F' - 5 , 1 4,4-we .- A Q . ' 9 i a V 'ff Nb' K Nl '91 'Q , 'U i id -5-f y. 't1 -u- 5 i 1 S K l I 1 rj K Um fx55jn -1-i ff wg - Q 1' X 6 ft , ,. , A if . of ge it ttyl If w 1 n ff C Vlflyf X ,, fl! . D Lil 'ffl - 'X ll ll fffll . ' X 1 I ' f f V., , ffl . I I if I4 I wc !! W f' J! 5 ,ef t, I xg? wt , it X 'Q f s lhl' 1 Xtlff.!,M i QQ, W la J' W , we i ,iffy gap- l -jf , Eg t fl f BOUT fifteen years ago the basketball team changed its name from the Midgets to the Eagles. The girls' teams were not to be outdone so they began calling them- selves the Eaglets. From then on all sports teams of A.H.S. were called Eagles. This past year has found the Eagles a victorious team in more than one sport. Anchorage High School is proud of its teams and students feel that it is no coincidence that their teams are represented by that brave bird, the Eagle. Editors: Joel Lounsbury .Ion Lounsbury Gary Gebo FOOTBALL J f' ' .nK25 ',',-.',, 1 ., . - ,,.- T!-41 'tv ,-, ,,.,I. K .U E :.-3 . , Lv.:-'.Nt..-i--Q ,z-' ,-.'s,,,..:1,.-N ' ' rdf, Q 1-1,- 4 I 1 'NIA ,. A, 1 f . 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S1 J 5 I '. . , ..,. :fxl ln 7Vz,:,4:J 'Q'-.-'-my-. iff. -3-.i-11-.TV-3 ' '-gr-' ,ft with toattffnfm , vt , O 'mac ple ,mn- i an x -,.,.:?' Bob Cary jnmpn high into tho Mr to snug n pau during rho opening Rockat-Engle gnmo. A zooming Rocket piles into high-flying Eagle Kerry Gough. 3 l i 1 ' I ll if 4 . 5 agen meme' ii. men, Joe1Rig,3x1sg51iVw5g:c?ut. Assistant Coac Manager: l The Anchorage Hiqh School football team powered its way to its third suc- cessful seasori over its conference opposition, winning tour qames while losiriq none. The Eaqlo's only competition this year wore the Elmendorl Rockets and our old favorite, the Moose from Palmer High. df . ' 3 Q is F l 'vsp :qw-2 .- M. Q fmt 4- ' i ' 1 'ff' S, .L J--.. . 4 '-'ver - I .. 4 ,,S .M- , - uf-Ks t , H i- A-. '- ' - 45-fl Az, I , as Qui U st! N' f y - Q 8 9 4: It 'z .1 . y' -' 5 tv- W ,N Q Q, ,, Qu 4, n ' , k ., +1-,J 4 A 'IE V V , .E F, 3 4- fab ' - ..-i's1P11w' - -dm Q 'V 1 ,Mfr sl. 1.4 G-K1 Gary CLISIIHIII si ff I P' X 4 49 , ,si 5 vw I 6 if If 1 1 f 'QM x 4 2, ,, 1 UQ' L1 m C0011 r . ager fRightJ Jon Lzmuixiiamg, 23215357 Stewart Samson man , rl EAGLES 24-0 MOOSE EAGLES 18-0 MOOSE EAGLES 32-7 MOOSE EAGLES 48-0 MOOSE I 4 f 1 F' 'g 3 13 -- Y -if ' 'f-w'l ,4- EAGLES COMPLETE THIR Even though losing our first game to the more experienced Rocket ball club by the narrow margin of 12-6, the Eagles bounced back to trounce the stalwart Moose four times straight, tallying 122 markers to Palmer's 7. Anchorage started out the season with one of the greenest teams it ever had. Due to con- stant practice, stick-to-itiveness, and especially to the expert tutelage of coaches lim Cooper and Bill Wiltrout, the Eagles shaped into a champinoship ball club. Both coaches were new to Anchorage this year and made a very impressive record for their first year here. Doing a fine job as co-captains this year were Fred Batson and Gary Gebo. Both were hustlers on offense and defense and could capably fire up the team whenever needed. Scoring most of the points for the Orange and Black this year was the terrible trio , consisting of Bill Shumate, Alex Iackson, and Jerry larvis, all backfield men. Shumate, the speed merchant, showing excellent form and power, came through time after time with good gains against the Moose. Many of his runs ended in six points for the Eagles. Iackson and Iarvis also accounted for many of our tallies against the opposition. Iackson, playing full- back, was a continual thorn in Palmer's side with his powerful line-charging smashes and his end sweeps. Iarvis, who gave Palmer a big headache the last game of the season- rackinq up four touchdowns, was someone who could be relied upon both offensively and . defensively. 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Incidentally the Eagle stopping the Rocket back is Ernie Trujillo. tceutery 0oops!! tBottomy Bill Shumate, ace backfield man, was pounding the ground so hard that not only the Palmer tacklers but even the camera-man got shook, SUCCESSFUL SEASON Mflkillq up the remainder of Anchorage! l-2 scoring punch was Dick Lobdell, a rough, tough, rack-'em-stack-'em guardg line man Phil Ramstead, a quick-learning, hard blocking Center: lody Grange, star passer and quarter- back-the HbFCliDSH l?l of the teamp Bob Cary, a glue-fingered end who made many good catches this year: and lug Brown, who rounded out the line. 1 ll ef? 1 , 6 f l' l ll' 1 I ll N I' K it ' rll X if X l I' If X tl wlr 5 l i I N K K Q N X ll XSS N XX X I If I Xunff! 5 A The awards of Most Improved Player and Most Valuable Player, as determined by the vote of the football lettermen, were welcomely received by linemen P Gebo. hil Ramstead and Gary Crop, No. 27 of Palmer appears to be waiting for Lynch our boy Dennis. the chance to 1Cent,erj Sliding Ray Winegarner finds the sledding mighty tough without snow. fBottoml A Rocket defender recognizes Fred Bat- son, an nld friend, and immediately rushes un to renew old acquaintances. U-Ie was sadly disillu- sionodlj A 1' , , HV' , sith 7 - . . . . gf , gr Zlgrsq, , 1' U. ,y J .I s 5 1 i . f f 55.45, WN.. .K ..,, .. ., ...W I T. N ,A , l - r f Y- 4 v .. QX , 5 I' Q X rf r- I A I l- r J' , ' l in M 'gy' lil' , K K - if -- -A W 2 it -V'i 1 S. ,- -3, ' ' T ' ..:g, x,,,g ,ci -Q Dv., 16,3 .Q-'l-,-J 'Y . U- . ..,.. 4 . . lg. fl .r , ,W - 5 ul- A ,-. J'-'--!w0a-' ,g,i:.g, .. , M 1 1 . 1. , g g 3 .4 .Mishra ,H 7 V R A Q N , '- 'Q ' ' 'G' -: '-r1F5,:l ', '34, Jun 1' 1' '1v:wk't-77, . '- I Jig i 1+ 1- -tj '4 ' ' i f+fz ,' '- fe 1 gg Q- 9.1: 'V gms -A-gg? , - ,Eg ' .',' V ,I 'h'3'fwf f Tj- ' :l ., ' : ..1XW ' , P ' , -y , -,H '1',,'T'f,,95Ivgr W 1 -fe. , A e 5.-:argl .aww is V . A P'-Jiiwdaasf .P f .155 . - i .. ' fl.. -f3ljz.35!,',,, .G ' f ---2' ' u 21.17 ' - 'fha' ' ,Q- -L , , .f ., f ,, -mf, , 2..- 1-ma..1,.' 4: ,, .. I-' - f , ... 1,..:x. BASKETBALL 34 A a f K A X' ' X 4 31 Us X 1 n N W 1' ! 2 I ol Xxxx fy! N7 I ff f' fy , KX A 1 X X , Wayne Bowers exvcutcs his onchandad pushshot to perfcctxon, ff! llhllllvf Q ll 3 s X 'J 'Vw N J x X 4 5 s Fred Batson Fred walker 3 bn Maw 0 eY JHY Walker -1- ' X r X Dick Janigo Robert Rude Duane Schneider Wayne Bowers ,.4 Gary Gebo Ernesi Truiiuo Ned Imlach H Coach Bud Ottmar olla Ch a 1 pnlan Q The Anchorage Eaales captured two out of three coveted awards during the l954-1955 basketball seasong nainely, the Railbelt and Westerii Alaska Championships. The Eaqles lost the All-Alaska Championship to a very determined group ot southerners from Iurieau. Spearheadinq this year's team were Fred Batson, captain and two-year all- tournament niemberg Wayne Bowers, star ball-handlerg Duane Schneider, re- liable and ever-hustliriqg Dick Ianiqo, set-shot acey and Bob Rude, the sopha more sensation. The Eagles started out the '54-'55 season with a win-ininded team. An- chorage beqan practice early this 4Top7 We won ts the cry :Lx Conch Ottmar cum down tim not. of the homo bzmkct, nftor the Western Alaska Cluiniptunshtp gxuim. thowvr lm-fm Suzxtinwk Pom Wagner trlcn Lo cluwk Engle- 1'r1-it Butrmn an hu goes up for Il brmknt. rlmwfrr Ylbfhll Gvnn J:tnt1,go pnunma nn Ray Winn' pg:u'ncr of l':ulmm' imminiri to 11110111132 I1 piggy buck. season and had several practice games under their belts before iourneying to Palmer for the first game of the confer- ence and their first loss, 5l-47. The following week Anchorage hosted Fair- banks and evened up their win-loss column by taking the Pups, 51-42. The Seward Seahawks traveled to Anchorage for a two-game series. Anchorage won both by close margins, the first being quite tense and nearly going into an overtime. The final score was 50-48. The second game in the series promised to be an exciting one with both clubs evenly matched and with much depending on the outcome. However, the Eagles displayed ct little too much sharp shooting for the Sea- hawks and edged them out 57-52. tTopy Vic Klem of Palmer appears to be directing Gene Janigo in the art of shooting a lay-in as Bowers and Campbell watch intently. CLower lefty Dick Janigo eyes the action as John Nielsen checks Fred Batson. tLower rightj Bob Rude and Jerry Williams strive for possession of the ball in :L game at Fairbanks. vi' get 'ali I. ' tx , - J fha ne.. l tT0pj Hey, men. how about some help? pleads Dick Jam go as hc is surrounded by the Palmer Moose. tCeuterl As he effects a jump shot. Fred Batson exhibits the form that wou him All-Alaskan honors two years straight. tRiglit.l James Anderson of the Kodiak Bears watches as his team- mates, Buddy Squartsoff arid Mike Fitzgerald, and Dick Janigo of An- chorage, fight for the hall. x 'f n9g tfletl lo Sew Vtfilli revenge the ke ' l l flying Eagles tool: on the Palmer Moose for their fourth home game in a row. The high-spirited Anclioragilos sound- ly beat Palmer 61-43, evening up the s ' eries. Vtfith that win Anchorage took the lead in conference standings. Anchorage flew pair of tussl to Fairbanks for a es against the Pups. The f. irst game was a the Eagles on tl inal result of the f 55-53 score- ie short end. In the second game the fired-up Eagles trounced the Malemutes b . y a SCOIC of 43-28. The following week Anchorage trav- ard for two away-from-home niitua. li the visiting Anclioragites X AL yno e, me high- could win both ot these games, it would assure the Eagles ot at least a tle in the conference, however, Anchorage had to settle for a split, the scores being 57-51 and 63-47. Anchorage then proceeded to win the last three games ot the season, talcinq one from Fairbanks and two from the Palmer Moose. quvuuua.. 05-7 J msg l ' 'lor 33 711 i A 1Abovey Moose and Eagle players go up for 21 rebound during n tournanxcnt glXI1lC. 4Be1owJ First row, left to right: B. Rude. J. Mnthey, R. Chapman, F. Batson, and D, Janigo: Second row: W. Bowers, F. Walker, G. Gcbo, E. Trujillo, and D. Schneiderg Thxrd row: D, Brown, G. Janlgo, N, Imlach, and J, Walker: Fourth row: Mgr. J. Lounsbury, Coach B. Ottmar, and Mgr. J. Lounsbury. 11:112- .r- in ' K -. -..A SW 31.1 rj fmt Q 1 ' -. ,'. , I Lx Q 'Q I 'E' f sl X t .f'J P ll, ,t A. H, . O tTopl Ernie Trujillo, Frvtl Batson. and Wayne Bowers nrv congratnlzttcti hy Miss Cunlvf- its sho picscnts thcin with tho Wvstvrn Alnskn Class A Clinmpionslnp trophy. tCcnterJ Where'd it go? tliiglitj XY.aync Bower suis thi'-1' tht- .nr with thv umtvst 1, 1' mst John: Niels.-ii of F.iii'h.tzpks sv i tl support him with an ixzviszlfu r t tx Q! 'With a gyinnasitnn so new that they l tiemselves had not practiced in it, the Anchorage Eagles were proud to be hosts to the 'Western Alaska High School Tournament. As tournament l pay proceeded, the Eagles bowed on t ' ' ' ce o Fairbanks, but gained a chance to meet tl Moose in the finals. win for the Eagles, so the teams met again in a hard-fought game 1' l wnci gave the 'Western Alaska Cham ion- - 13 ship to Anchorage. ie undefeated Palmer The game was a Wlieii Iunean and Anchorage inet to determine the All-Alaska Champion- ship, the Eagles made a quick start in the three-aaine series, then dropped the second, and ended the third with WT lit: score. A second overtime hecaina tr sudden death pcriodf with Inncan the trophy Winner. I, I 7. ' WY 4. if by 5.6 A. 5 I 5 Two l.lUlllUi'.7 Cordova players try to prevent Gene Jamgo from Slllklllg 111s favor1te kind of shot . H 1, A fi: ,AA N . L, M A V A I , , ' i t KJ .f. ,L . , , Q. A' 1V m, v 1. - . A A -1 , I ' 1 ,' X X, 1 JUNIOR VARSITY B ch Iillt, Jumpx 111511 11110 the :1i1' to CXKLIIUI 111s 11111111 shot 4-u-vw' Yllllll rnw, 11111 tu 1'14:I1l: S, Ml7l'RLlll B Alwzwd, J. JIU'VlS, D, DHVIHNOII, B, H1103 nndcilc ruw, 11-I1 lu 141111111 F lit'l'llllll, D. 011013 T. BIlIlkSlOll, C Slllllli, and D. Alwnrdg Slillllllllg, left to 1131113 Cunvlx YVllIl'01lf, D Brown. J Ray, NIM' K, KMCC11, L K11llds011, and G, Jfllllgil, 136 lil Nx, '1 M X, X 1 1 X., Playing under Coach Bill Wiltrout, new this year, the lunior Varsity turned in an almost perfect record, los- ing only one out of 25 games. Taking top honors in the scoring division was Gene lanigo with 3ll tallies. l-lis :losest competitor was Doug Brown who dropped in 254 points, Both of these boys were moved to a Varsity berth before the I, V. season ended, The lay Vee's were unbeaten in trips to Palmer, Cor- dova, and Wasilla. To the team's disappointment their season was ended iust a few days before the new gym opened. IV l.V. Palmer 39 Cordova . . . 28 42 Palmer 52 Cordova . . . 37 47 Wasilla 40 Wasilla . . . . 54 62 Palmer Valdez . . Wasilla Valdez . . Cordova Palmer . . Cordova Palmer . . Palmer Wasilla . . . . ,x Y .Q L Wes Wygle and Doug Brown hope to get thelr hands on that leather, Is that the inzunbo, D0lllllllC'7 eftj Junior Varsity player Dong Brown goes hrgh o the aur to prevent Fort Rxcli players rroni ser.- g ss Sstoll of the ball ' tin po e 137 Milt King clears the bar during some hot competition in the high jump. TRACKSTERS PLACE THIRD scarf Clenrtng the last. hurdle and heading for the tape are Dave Emmett of H S., Wilkes, and Bixby of Palmer. In the third annual Railbelt Track Meet, Palmer ran away with the honors, taking a very impressive eleven first places, compared with Anchoraqes one. Also participating in the meet was Fairbanks, who garnered second place. Anchoraqe's only first came in the broad jump, with Bill Shumate, a junior, takinq the blue ribbon with an 18 feet, 10344 inch record breaking jump. The thinclads of Palmer set the pace with five Railbelt records, while Fair'- banlcs broke two others. Anchorage, while taking a third this year, showed qood prospects of qivinq the Moose competition next season. 4-. 5 3 'c D If-. l rx T 'O ,I 'l W ' u . 'J , x ' ,--' X I . . . , 'A - .rl I' '- 5 . 1 ' u . Q 'X v -A - - r - 'YQ Q r I LL if lg :nj I ,.,.,5:,.,..-.f 1 pings? i, '57, . ---2- O . - '4 L - ' - A ' 5' If '- , , U e 4940-Q uw- if ,..- QAD M r QI . ' v X 1.49 X -5.4-. !lll x ' T x X an ,, s f ' lg cb 1 a 5 in ff? if FQR' -V , fTop lefty Bob Smith of Palmer breaks through the tape to win the 100 yard dash. He is closely followed by Benny Ross of Palmer, Walt Radke and Claude Bagley of Anchorage. iTop rightj Bill Shumate narrowly clears the crossbar making good his jump, to take a third place. fLower leftj Coach Ottmar gives last minute instructions to Dan Max- well, Ralph Marcott, and Ronnie Seater before the mile run. fLower right! Up! Up! And away goes Bill Shumate as he sails for his record breaking jump at 18 feet 103A inches, S' Q, R13 , IS 40 Phil Rpxiiiritzitl t 'l:' lit-ittxaititm all vig' I M ht Nh? i 4 W, nw:-i tm' tliv ft d fini we it part A ul 'N lt tint ' ui Fvrfy 0 tititttl ln a land oi long winters and snow- covered mountains, many students have found skiing a logical tirst on the sports calendar. Like the basketball teams, AHS. skiers are known as Eagles. Letters are awarded for out- standing accomplishment. An event tor which skiers train and must meet eligibility requirements is the Iuneau-Anchorage ski meet, which took place on March 16-19. A Iuneau team oi four boys and one girl were oiticial competition for a similar repre- :zontation from Anchorage, the A.H.S. if-am iiivlticliiig Kathy Broze, Ronnie Elfiat-ii', l.arry Bryant, Phil Ramstad, and lawk tfiilliancr, Team results gavo An- C'll lfIfIL.' 223 pr tllllfi, limvaii 6. individual tiffiiarzz wont to ltonniu Seater in the flttIlf1f'fJlllllly and liayrz' slalom, to Val- --iif- llifm: iii tliff rgirlzz' :zlalom and airlfs' fl' wnliillg anfl to lxirry Bryant iii thu ltfyii fluwtiliill. SKIING lmer stops to chat for a, moment before the long' run. Juneau and Ancl dra - lorago skiers w fox positions In the s meet. The slopes of Ho m A Aw ki mer are call- g. W .Z I ,, , X F My V t ' I ' .ef -A 5 , X 5 F .. Q i 1 X Q 5 I X 1 ' 5- K, is I - , M m W fi we 1 ! + I V- I -3 i ' A ' ,J A ' - A - 'Q I M . ' X ' ' ' ,f J , . J, ' raw 995' W - -' kyigfmfgfopi A ., ,, V.: 29 4-,af f 7 ,.., 1-M-.' G- V ' s V 3 I un f 3 1 v NW 1 VST :J ai gf? if ,X il 'f ' Q W f L 5? M , Q V 545 w E ,V 73, Q if 7 , A Mwv , ' ' A.. . - 142- 'N , V 1 .ia M , . fe. ,, , 'Lx V5 ,v 4 QV i 142 xv INTRAMURALS For'T2wTxr':2tTwwivmI?m'vym1r:1i!x!1.1 mumh: worn MNH mt Azz.'EzurKm-N HMP' School. TMA' xvvw umivr Nw kxzpxxixlv jmlcixvzu of Us-1:11 hm Coopvri The year fpwuvd XYIHX x'il0Uf1UXKT Teams im' vvileylmll, After' llurvw wmtks of vOU9','bc11l H10 lmskvilmll ssomwxn coxmuzmvlncsi The lwyfs wmv Cllliakly d1VlC1PCl mio iwn qroups for lmrlkellwcill Timm Pumruxis www ivy: wlmu VVOlLIllL'4i umior UU puumizs cmd tlw SwI1i01':: , N 'NNlK1!1Ui'iUX.'UIs HU pwllmis. l,41vl1 LJTUHP wwrslv-w111vr1:1mi wi fy 11r IKNIIIILI. VVr1mvr:: fm IlwV-w1m1l:aw0rutlwl51mq1wt:x,c1ml vx Allvu .ltlvnl 11:4 to vlwvk fled Xklllwl .Lf hc. hw Nw flwrnwr' llxxlxjllkf Huw Ivwwurmrl. XL Va I poor: up lm .1 jmnp shut whmlv John IVI:n1hf-y and UH xh IIIIHIHQN us ml! ilu nut: mm ll' 'L I X' X '- ' 'U Q Ja Jovtrj HIIHIIJFYII hr:purl:a f L4g5ir L :Ki 1 Al tn .. fa n : , M ws e W 1 wx- w. .,. ,Fw I ix , y A , f , kip. 3 A gg, X- ' by . H gluing gl .lr 77, 3 4 'ji V f 'f ' ' KLCHJ Wh1le attemptmg 10 Ubey g the urowd's cheer To gut on the ' ball, Wayne Bowen z4111wnr5 U, be 1 hJlV1l1g Il llttlc tmublvl ,- 3- lLeftp Is Wayne trying out his latest balancing trick? fBelow9 The players in white, Duane Sclieider, Jody Grange and Gary Gebo, seem to be in contiol of the ball, so Ernie Trujillo hur- ries into position. When the intromurols moved into the new qym G very lively inferecloss tourn- dment wos storied. Eoch Gloss wos re' presented by two tedins. After fosf ond furious ploy the two senior teams, Copfoined by Ernie Tru- jillo ond Duone Schneider, eorned the chornce to ploy the ClflC1IIlDlOllSl'llD qome. The qonie wos plciyed fri cm frllfschool ossemloly, ond filter ci close hottie Ernie 'l11'ujillo's tecmi emorqod victorious. lkightj The Gloryboys, Cliff Ro- bards, Henry Iverson, Brian Mar- lott, Bill Wnlley, Ralph Marcott, and Jerry Jarvis, were runners-up in the first. round of intramural basketball. All tx fXc Q ft A f i t XX If 4 5 Xb M 1' i f N t 'l tx lx' X 'J',,,' tx t t .XXX Xt XX' t Ai, t if I4 725' . ,-Y ,,-'H' , .sf ,. 31-H ...Y-fig! --22 .4 ? f X. ..,4,, NCHOBAGE HIGH has long recognized the value of organizing those people with common interests. This policy dates back to 1917 when the first club was organized. Since that time the number oi special groups has kept pace with the rapid growth of Anchorage High, so that today the school boasts of about twenty-tive clubs. This year the French, Garden, Debating, and Future Nurses Clubs were the last to be added to the impressive list which shows the diversified interests oi A.H.S. students. Editors: Marnee Kem Jenny Bell Gaile Gallwas NM NNN- XUY , Jflflxll fig t HUNDR SUE f fl, ,,,, rx tg iris ii x 4 tt' 4 1 1 3 C? I-. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY with pride 'l'li0 Nfitiwiifil lllillftl 111 i-ri'-ty wcigr fir gciliizocl tt- viwlzriciwlutlfi-' fmtl r--wtiicl studviitri for oiitrzttiiiding :-1c'l'iolcir:tzliifi, leudeisliiii, trlirirtivtw, und service. lt is on hoiiorory orgdnizciticn for high school scholors ond one of the most exclusive groups in Af-f.S. Membership in this society is C1 highly prized ocliievenient, Fifteen per cent of the senior clgss cmd ten per cent of the junior closs ore eligible for membership. Students who ore eligible ore rated on cr point system by the society :nem- bers ond the foculty to select new members for the orgoriizgtgon, Mrs. Peorl Slim-lqley exfended C1 help.- ing hoiid in mglcing the orgomziitifin o success while Add Puckett, rresiderif' Kay losselyn. V199-l7Y'SS1ffl'?'lf' Norrigd Griffith segret-firyl find Mgzry lflfy? Brgllex' frefisniref eng Cliff Pie. riff. 21-i, Mrs. Shockley and Ada Puckett. display the Nation- nl Honor Society Emblem ,J Norma Griffith, Mary Jane Bradley, mid Kay Joann- lyn compnre booklets from the previous rncetlng. Members listen entliusizuotically to Mrn. Shockley'n plans for the year. l If X I U3-rn 1 -fa-lm i 7 M., sf 'fl if L gr!! N if f I as r .lmk OUILL AND SCROLL Y ,-Af, . ,,.V .A ,,,V!, I L. 1. 1' t fmt' f' W slf:'5fff7 Z 492 ,f Ii, ,Z-no 2 f Q ,iffizffi 'X , W ft , ff L. .. --ef, f ' ,M ff ' 1,3723 ' L X I , 5. ff , , V 3. If , '52,-fl cf '-f' , ' , -'V . , ,, W I , , , -r.4,13. if ' f f 4 it or f j J 1 t .I yt. ,ji 'V 61 V f ' t if -, si V st, fc: I I, ' A vi-mf ef' 4 t , ' 9, 7 L. If . ' 1 1 Q- I 5 'Li - ' T I 'IJ R 2 Quill Br Scroll officers this year were Dave Hough, vice-president, Carolyn Willard, secretaryg and Kerry Gough, president. Plans for a publications banquet were discussed' at a joint EAGLE'S CRY, ANCHOR, and Quill at Scroll meeting. ,f' 5 ,t 7- ii Quill and Scroll is an honorary or- ganization for enthusiastic high school journalists. Besides having done out- standing work in journalism, members must rank scholastically in the upper third, of their class and must show lead- ership. Each year students are chosen by the advisers of each publication for ex- hibiting 'capability and efficiency on the ANCHOR, Student Handbook, or EAGLES CRY. New initiates are customarily initi- ated during the publications banquet or during the award assembly. At the beginning of the school year the club was composed of three mem- bers, Ada Puckett, Kay Iosselyn, and Kerry Gough. By the end of the first semester, eleven members were added. They were: Marguerite Robinson, Dave Hough, Anne Cannon, Gary Gebo, Carolyn Smith, Carolyn Shane, Ioe Cas- sel, Ianet Mohr, Francie Bartsch, Gretch- en Weiss, and Carolyn Willard. We Kerry Gough, Kay Jos- -or selyn, and Ada. Puckett. were the only Quill and Scroll members first se- master, having been in- 'iff5,:'iF ff itggtled in the spring of . . . 1- Q if t ' ,'ltt??g'i . ' . A . 1 1752, 1 ' ' 4' 1 - V ' ,e'.15'mf lg, 1 'l Y - f 1 ei Eiffii. J e ,Q 3,.yf1f,RQ4, A , F V K Q . ,V E H Uwe-.. l its ' B K ,. t ' ex ' .- ' 'ith . i f'1i' 1 t uu- ,MV u N rv. e 9 The Anchorage High School Troupe 700 of the National Thespian Society was first started in 1946. Since then it has been active, giving a play each year. One of the major aims of the group is to promote interest in drama. After earning a minimum of ten points a student is eligible to become a Thespian. These points' may be earned in several ways. A few of these ways are makeup, selling, advertising, working on production or taking a role in the play itself. Each year formal and informal initi- ations are held for those with the necessary ten points. -f-S THESPIAN 4CtrcleJ Pictured from top to bot- tom are Glen Briggs, Temple Mar- tin, Anne Cannon, and Nancy See, Thesplan officers. fk Murphy Clark, Richard Reeve, Bsko Cate, and June Bowdish are seen during Thespian informal initiation. i I . lf. 1 QQ!-l 5+ Mn A Choosing the Thespian play are Norma Griffith, Carlene Daly, Murphy Clark, Kerry Gough, and Temple Martin. TROUPE 700 Each month two Thespian meetings are held: one social, and the other business. Social meetings consist of entertainment and refreshments, both provided by members. During busi- ness meetings such things as the selection oi new members, selection of tl A 'V f t as X ,. . X A '- s il ' 1 , ' I 0 A ' 'lu lt l i t ., ..f 'IJ N N ,A , ' A l l FST! if 1 lijpfsl . ' it ' -'Lf ar 'F ' M' - fy 'V I 7 5 l ,id gn, imma ' 4 V w .5 I Thespian candidates take their vows at the Thespian formal initiation. the annual play, and other such necessary decisions are made. The National Thespian Society helps students not only in the actinq part of a play, but with lighting, sound effects, and props. A student interested in acting can get experience and expert advice. The success of Troupe 700 was at- tributed largely to Mrs. Elizabeth Sutherland, who was again the Thes- pian sponsor. Without her able assist- ance the club could not have done the many things that are involved in a suc- cessful year. l 2 n'. -Yr' it t V it . r 4lf' 1t 9 55 .5,,,A! J-4. f' :t5g'f sf,. :X tin, A H C , FA ei, ffi wi Q A' fl l ly J Norma Griffith gives her speech to the Thespian initiates. t I 4,5 5 1 A will -. ,An l...- 7.- ,..... t -- Q .. 1.4 149 Cgyrril . .. pint, I ..x,K1gxx. ill fl d Di:-l-L Ff'l 'llSfWll form 3 VH' 1 f 'in f ' S Stenclrimix - TA., Lmitllvr. imt-ami sm: of the ZHWY .l , 'lxv 9. 1 hh 3 fl i FOLK DANCE CLUB llfith il idrqe ineinbership Ot enthiif sidstic dancers the Folk D 'N' ,UNCC Kkllitl exnerinefed C1 very successful yedr. They qdx e their Llllllllfli Fur Rendezvous exhibition with the URLlSSlGll Sher GS CI Colorhii hiqhhqht. fl spring Pl'OQTCllll wits CliSO qiven with inciny ol the ldvorite ddnces ot' the qroup. Xlnionq the nmny ditterent types ot dances the chili performed were Latin Aiiimrictiii ihythnis, wdltzos, imc tic its, cnid dll the trdditiondl f nlk dttiivezx. A rzpuiinq iucrrty wtin qiven in Mtnth lui ttiiwiiiclw thtit ' , giciiiimz tvvtrnthll ytutr. Mizz: Cftuzvy -wiv- ,, -ti vtiry cxlily fl., iflvim-i tw thi fgmtiii triif 1 , . , u ., ' i grivu iniivh tit her illllft ti lllflkl, th-.i ytrtxi CI ::11c't'f,-12:1 l 1 Q 3 ii 1, .-42'-, -A Q ,..,.,. ,fl 'ii 1,0 14 . I 9 QD fi'Y3?'i 113 i 15,11 2- his ,pig , at , LASA1 ity J 9- . .1-It l ,vp f A.-.'.'T?E E3 Thx' I ' L1 li y.s. vt-xx' xwiw- Inf: to 'i,i1r. V , Informally pictured here is the Anchorage High School Folk Bmtilt-y, rvprvse:it.iti 'N ti the ol Illini' C'tn.::1i31l: Snziiijf Dance Club with Miss Casey in the from ro Broun, ' -1 'Sltltlllfl Di l1.2:tl.'X'.'.l1Ul1, scifi'cry-Sita-i::i:i', .inn Jiiixvv !N1.tgiinssu:1, pivsxtlczgt, 150 w to the left. JUNIOR RED CROSS organized in lunior Anchorage High School in 1951. Stu- ' anization dents contributing to the org h ter is en- become tirely a s Every month the of the other officers of chapters in the greater Anchorage area to discuss budgets, projects, and community prob- Red Cross Was members. The c ap ervice organization. ficers meet with lems. The chapters' igg l ear was fixing nut cups and pace h Y mats to be put on the food trays in t e area's hospitals. The high school students con llected the largest a by the organization. h' est project this tributed mount ever to be co served as the ad Miss Gahrielson ter and Mrs. Walker 'ser the first semes v, ' second seniester. replaced her during D i num.-.1-iw ' A n or Y summer of 1954, Sandy Brown represented' the ' Red Cross at the National D iv' the .' A33-iiloirngc Chapter of the Junior convention held in Billings, Montana. Dwmb A- lltl11 Jun. . 1 P done 1' . P 5 or Led C L ross enrollment Sheets and C1 d - S is 15 nth Ann Peterson and M ary Jane 0'She,1 r v Q9 4 l H . f THQ or r t fi ' N Wea 'A lf i I fij f f . L wern' Janet Mohr, Sandy Brown, Th officers this year ,, ' h Charbonean. e Bodile Eskesen, and Keit 151 v A .- . . . ,f W .- E.!ff1 , if 1 . K i J I ' Y -mv-1' if . SN tg Xf f sgxir ' F A 'gf' A f tl .Al I P - ' I i w..4..J' F.. ,Ma- fl Q? 295 -Q37 tCirclcJ Jackie Urliug served very ably as president of Tri-H1-Y this past year. Her enthusiastic leadership was admired by all. tBottomD The other officers for this year were, left to right: Jenny Bell. tressurerg Marnee Kem. vxcclpresidentp :ind Brita Barkdoll. secretary. rl spin At the conclusion of the Tri-Hi-Y and P.H.A. style show Queen Anne Cannon was crowned by Principal Gordon Guffey while the fu- other queen candidates look on with approval. TRI-HI-Y Membership in this service organiza- tion is open to any ambitious high school girl who is interested in projects and activities. The Tri-Hi-Y was organized here in Anchorage before the Y. M. C. A., but it was the Y that first organized this club nationally. One of the club's projects this year was helping tc decorate the school dur- ing the Yuletide season. Members of Tri-Hi-Y also served as guides and ran errands at the annual Teachers' Con- ference held here in February. Another successful activity of the year was the Tri-Hi-Y style show. Many girls, including those not members of Tri-Hi-Y, participated in this event. Many of the girls gave up much of their free time and made every effort to make it one of the biggest events of the year. The style show was held at the newly completed Municipal Auditorium and its theme was Flowers in Fash- ion . Each scen d around a welleknown flower. e was centere spring dance in Tri-Hi-Y also gave a ' l event. May wh1ch was a ga a organiza- Since Tri-Hi-Y is a service tion each girl did her best to promote better school-community relations and to perform services which would he of l. 1 V is bene fit to the schoo The officers this year were lackie Urling, presidentp Marnee Kern, vice- presidentg Brita Barkdoll, secretaryg and lenny Bell, treasurer. Mrs. Dahl served as adviser to this organization and was ' h'le helping the girls very patient W 1 with their various activities. ss ACI:-'QL 's., . fTopJ Models gather around the tea table displaying the spring fashions suitable for a Sunday afternoon tea. tCenter3 Costumes for every phase of casual wear were modeled in the sports scene of the style show. 1 is an appropriate the tBot,tom1 Sleepy Time Ga title to describe these young ladies modeling latest in night wear. i if I , 5 r 2 ' 5 . ' . 5 l if V it t j -' s . 5 f' f l 9' V mi iv it il ! b e,-'Q . W' If 7 D, t A 'I 4 ' it .Ai r. tl - - .In H V . ' . ' . V77 V H ' 4 . f ' ' 'H 4. . P' A Ls. fe.. . . .,,.,. . ...r ss.. 1-v--fr f - .v.,. 7 ,1 '- ' X , ' , Q . 0 Q - R, -up by 153 W-Y-. 1. Q... . N1 fl I - f' t, l. 1 3 .N 4 l r'f Ma X Aw ff, l U' 'v 4' 1,1 V Q '53 ,ai lTopy Dancers pause to watch confetti and balloons float to the floor at the an- nual A CLUB dance. lCenterJ Dennis Lynch busily polishes the seal du i ' ' r ng A CLUB initiation. 4Bottom7 Everyone seems to be enjoying themselves at the A CLUB Halloween dance. A CLUB Any boy in Anchorage High School who is interested in sports is eligible for membership in the A Club. Mem- bership is determined by a point system or by the number of quarters played in the various sports. For the first time girls were admitted as honorary members of the A Club. These girls were Marleen Wayson, Karla Wayson, Iackie Watson, Kathy Broze, Beverly Collar, and Marguerite Plobinson. mi- , ji An A Club initiation was held in the fall which brought the membership to about forty-five. During the Western Alaska and All-Alaska tournaments the lettermen served as ushers and proved a great help in directing the fans to their various sections. They also assisted at assemblies and other school activ- ities. l Coaches lim Cooper and Bill Wiltrout very ably served as A Club advisers this year. 4UpperD A Club officers this year were: President, Fred Batsong vice-president, Bill Shumateg secre- tary-treasurer, Gary Gebo. tLowery The football team lines up for introduction and to receive their letters at a Pep Club rally. ts - gb l l 2 Pictured above are the lettermen of Anchorage High School. l ,...- 'TTT 1-A -t .N 'Q 'C' lsq I lr K 4, ,Am g,,. Y T .ff ' , lt 6 X J -t Lbh. I ' Q ani?- t. at . 1 i . lik, ea 3 Wieffn- ' DihK!llNNlllM tho operation of Nw Df0Jf'l'!ur nrt- Mrra. Huh Hkl, lldVlHl'l', :uid Burl Burr. prcstduiit. The l'i'oiwvtion Club celebrated its second anniversary this year. The purpose ot the organization is to teach students how to operate and care for the audio-visual equipment. The club was successful in achieving its goal ol orderly operation of the equipment. Proiectionists were responsible tor all school audio-visual properties and they relieved the teachers of the job ol getting and returning the equipment. A bulletin board in the chemistry lab was used for posting assignments and announcements ol interest to the members. The officers of the Projection Club tor the i954-1955 school year were: Earl Barr, presidentg Dick Benold, vice- presidentg Lynn Grove, secretary-treas urerg and Walter Reynolds, program chairman. Mrs. Anne Babski sponscred the Protection Club this year. PROJECTION r . CLUB Fly wg . n. Eritliimtzmttc nicnihcrn ltnmii liitcntl t. 1' 1 . discussed for nicinbcrnhlp, y 0 D um mlm' This is the way to set the nnchine up gays Lynn Grove while Dick Benold and Walter Iieynolds watch the demonstration, DEBATE CLUB Officers for this year were, left to right: Jon Mont- gomery, vice-president: Glen Hargan, presidentg and Dee Marshall, secretary-treasurer, ' 'g'k2i::,, One day several students, while talking about school activities, sudden- ly became aware of the tact that there was no debate club in A. H. S. These students, being fond of debating, talked to other students about this catastrophe and soon some twenty-five eager stu- dents were wondering about the how of organizing a debate club. The first problem was that of finding a sponsor. This, however, was not a real problem for Mr. Crouch kindly consented to stand behind this group. Two repre- sentatives with names of interested students went to see Mr. Guffey. After several conferences with both Mr. Guffey and Mr. Rewolinski the chorage High School Debating Club was organized. This club had its first meeting in December and officers were elected. Some of the club's debates were: Alaska Statehoodf' The Current Cur- riculum of A. H. S., and Senior Privileges. President Glen Hargan con- ducts a regular meeting of the Anchorage High School Debating Club. 5 Wh.-. A few interested debatcrs taking time out to dis- cuss future activities of the club are, left to right: Janice Fnccio, Elaine Atwood, Susan Mielke, Sam Ricks, and Alex Allen. an x P' ' if . if Nat Aim E 7 .. lvl - '9 ll .QE SKI CLUB Any S1L1L19I11 w11o skis OF 15 111111101 0 111 1GCITI11I1q to S141 is we1cP111e1 1119-11111e1S11111 111 11111 1111111 210111111 f'1Ll1W. C3110 111 111lx 11L11FNL1Sk,XS 111 S141 1 11113 1 111111111111111111-1111111111o1:1111::141 11111111 1111 1 111Y1l11'1l1 111 111 111111111111111111. M1 .11 1:,1-1111111111111111 111 111111'11, A 111 1111111','111111111-'.','11::1'1111111-1111111111 111111 11,11-,11-11 11111111111:'1111 f11y1111111' 11 111111 11111111,111r111f11'11'Q111 '!1f'1' 1 111y 1'1', 1111, 111151111111 1'111111',' 11111111 1 1 '1.111111 1.411111-f111111111,:'111'111111, J111 1111 BIVZ' 1311111111115 f111f1 111111 f,1111nf1:11111111-, 1,1'11J K1111111'1111111, 1'11 Ill vw? f, 13-1','11 1111111-11,11:11y 111 111111 V111 1:11111eS1 wc,-111 Mr. S'111111,,-y 1f1111f1111f 111111 , , M155 M9115 L'11..11,,1,1, C119 if 111-,1 'fI 'f1'J11.f5S 01 1111: SP1 1111 11115 year was CI z:1C1r1erec1-p1f111f 1111 1 Hager YYEYGT13 1119 qroup 5119111 VI 11f11 derful ding' Lrg 1319 511111151 510119 1C1rc1eJ Sponsors record the tmungs of fCe11ter1 We're off for Il day of skuug 1Be111w1 4'M3I1, d1g those crazy boards' 1' 1111111'111'1- W1111i 11'1'1l2211UI1'11I1'111 1111 fRightj The officers of the high school Ski Club this year were Kathy Broze, Larry Bryant, Marie Simon, Dennis Shakespeare and Valerie Broze. 4L0wer left? The slopes at Homer set a beautiful scene for Phil Ramstad as he prepares for the cross-country race. 4Lower rightj Mem bers of the Anchor- age and Juneau ski teams listen intently to instructions for their meet, '1r ifvaf r A i ms vi N Agnu- WH ' fi' 'Q 0? 0 CAMERA CLUB Qui N T All high school students who are interested in photography are eligible to Join the Cfcirriera Club. No previous pliotoqrapliic: experiericfe is necessary for meriibership in this organization. 1950 was the first year that the Camera Club was a part of Anchorage High Schools extra-curricular activities. The fundamentals of photography are taught to those who have had no previous experience. The other members are instructed how to im- prove their methods of taking, developing, and printing good pictures. Individual pictures were printed and sold to freshmen and sophomores by the club. Officers for the 1954-55 school year were: lanice Magnusson, president: Brita Barkdoll, secretaryg and Mary Margaret Burnett, treas- LlI'9I'. Mr. loseph Fillerup very ably sponsored the Camera Club again this year. Mary Margaret Burnett, Jane DsLorensl, Brita. Barkdoll, DeLatne Thomfson and Earl Barr receive s. few words of instruct on from Janice Magnusson. Secretary Brttu. Bnrkdoll prepares to print. pictures tn the darkroom. - -..,,, i A, 1 fr. P95 F' V -' , f , 54+- Q. X x f, .v 7 IM. ll :qv as le 9, ,K X X x J 'M -1 or f . lp ,5 UMA 1 -1, W x 1' v ff , 22 1 ,e2 ,f g4p.-2 x .nv 1 P' 0 fAboveJ Janice Magnusson, president of the Camera Club, pauses on her way to do some photographic work. f ra E l, ku.. , I5 it , , ,,J--- , . 14 .pv- ,,, .-rw' , r -4 X ? K . W ' , . 14 4, 1LeftJ Checking the books of the organization kept 1 X X ' .....,Egj,g,w2-1f'j, ,...--f ' Mary Margaret Burnett busy. ,JF ,.5GP ' The officers for G.A.A. this year were, left, to rtght: Donna Howlett, vtce-president.: Dor- t,h C ff ' t -troas o y o man, souro any - urorp and Anno Cannon, prest- dent.. Any high school girl who is interested in participating in sports is eligible lor membership in the Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation of Anchorage High School. G.A.A. teaches the fundamentals and rules of various sports and promotes good sportsmanship through competi- tion. G.A.A. met regularly on Mondays and Wednesdays in the lunior High gymnasium from 5:30 to 7:00 P.M. at the beginning of the year. After the new gymnasium was completed, G.A.A. met directly after school irom 3:l5to 4:30. GAA. an t , WWW WW ji ,. M, W. 41' af' - Q f qw ww- . :raft ,,,,. -tf....,..., M-W , , W ,, ,Q , I 4 Sharon Sheppard, Dorothy Coffman, Carolyn Smith, Ada. Puckett, Janis Pearson, and Jackie Porter Knot pictured, Donna. Howlettj proudly show off their new letter sweaters. Marilyn Ellison goes up for a jump shot in a G.A.A. practice game as Treva. Perry attempts to check her, and Nancy Prior prepares to take a rebound. G.A.A. The GAA. members started active year with soccer, followed by volleyball and basketball tourna- ' their activities ments! In the spring ' ' d inton, and soft- included te ball. Alter each year of active GAA. the qirls receive awards. Numerals are qiven to those who receive awards in their first year. Second year members are given letters, while third and fourth your rndmbers receive pins. Senior I uqh points earn girls: who have cno swceators which are white with oranqe f' d stripes. and lilaclc l oft their nnis, oa m otter., an H Anno Cannon, Ofticor:: thin: yi-ar Wert piosidoiitg Donna llowlott, viuopresi- dotitg and Dorothy Clottiiicni, secretary- Voiilon aqaiii served troarsuror. Mi-.. , vriiy aluly an advisor to this qroiip. tTopy Hands up! tCeiit0rb Jnnis Pearson boots the ball to a soccer Cl'1llIllllk'lf.0 ns opponents nttempt to intercept pass. tLowor Loft! I've got it, yells Donna Howlett as she prepares to set up the ball in an exciting t0lIl'HIllll9llt game. Righty G.A.A. members wait expectantly volley. Q . 1-'H' .. ff n 0 M.-'S -1:+-4- -9-...Q -- V A ...... .,..., , lLower ns Janet Ryan returns a f-gh. I 5 gl l we 4 Lew' 10- ,,,,,,q,,,,,,, ggvfvh t P ' 2 164 5? F s 94 4 if if . if f KX 553-' V- V .pw i 1 f 'FS 5 l' ls Q iff. t , ff lg M 'f - f ' gintgxfifz if y. .. z .NJ ta .Q ,!WfWff4' 4 Pictured from left to right at the installation of officers in the Home Economics Department are: Marguerite Peterson, Frances Cavallero, LeE11en Zuber, Martha Cokely, Janice Faccio, Arlene 4 Anderson, and Joyce Baird. ,lal,e ill . rem.. FUTURE HUMEMAKERS ff V A ' x V ' twtt ati UF AMERICA wi fi. is 'H 1' W - 4 . wif ss' lfqaal . ,.,... ANA, , - '41 E it . . , . . ,, This active organization is open to . 'ww . M si 'A any high school student who has ' J-tr5'sk'5'f taken a home economics course or is at z, I I presently enrolled in one. F. H. A. is heart a non-profit organization and is spon- sored by the home economics depart- ment. This year F. H. A. boasts its largest membership since it was organized. One of the many activities of F. H. A. this year was the sending of Christmas gifts to the Lazy Mountain Childrens Home. A Christmas fashion show and tea was given by the F. H, A. girls. Each member modeled something she had made herself. The purpose of the organization is to help girls to live better today in order that the home-making pupils life and ll: those ot their families may be better kiwgju Kin, 4 A t tomorrow. Their motto is Toward New Horizons. . i I fcirclel Two F. H. A. girls serve refreshments at the United Nations Tea. lBot.t,omJV Posed informally along the stairs from left to right are IHIH. A. officers: A. Anderson, M. Peterson, J. Paccio, P. Cavallero, M. Cokely, D, Ernst, and L. Zuber, president. 165 i ,,'l ,,-- Q 4 Q t t 4 N ,if ' tTopl Ardent basketball fans cheer the' xr team on to victory. weutery Pep Club officers this year were: Jackie Urling, sece retary-treasurer: Joel Louns- bury, vice-presidentg Diana Ernst, president. lBottomj School spirit fills the air at the H ' omecommg Rally. Q - II -4- ,,,.,f ,f- 1 'k .ff-' a tll ,,,..--- PEP CLUB Th mote good school spirit and to encourage attendance at the games. The support of the l b ders in their yells and s in their routines. e main purpose of the Pep Club is to pro c u helps the cheerlea the songleader This year the Pe Y busy year. At their lirst meetin tl p Club had an unusuall g iey elected the officers for the year. Diana Ernst was elected presidentg Ioel Lounsbury, vice-presi- Z dentg and Iackie Urling, secretary-treasurer. r.rr ,,.1A -'- ' ' L Qi. A I4 .Z v.,.z ltkf M, F, N' ,gm ,, Q 'M55,5,.,,4vvf me 7 W V M--VK Qwwwf l V 1 : Fx QF . - L , 4 i , 2 ,,Q, I, 1 r V Wg. H 1 ilzn . , Sf-Q' My Qt a V tt, N ttt' 1s t ' t y A , '4 1 ft A 1 e t get 'fx' X5 tel V , ,,:,t,,,,,,. ,Q Q .5 A M3-q , ':4:w7?iA .N x me SQ l U 9-'Snag ,tgp 51. kd nyc? AF qwwvi 9 K. if .. ,-135 If wha., :...:tQA Q at .I 6534 Pri' 1 fr- FXNJ' i fnffi 'Q' hal t ef f' ' 14,3-ghfd J .L A 'V' ' '- fayt , ' l Mr A to 'i l e- 'l l . lift? are 5525: ,sam - r t . of 2 VA ts A 1 - 1 A S 2 i . A . Q . ff' Q ' ,-. W 1. 'l I 'fl-illffft' A , y jf W an -.... ,Q Y M ' 3 Q NIH-ungl,' 1'.i-F Enthusiastic A.H.S. rooters crowd the pep section during the Western Alaska Tourn- ament. The Pep Club rooied the Eagles on to win four football games over Palmer. Two games were played in Anchorage and two in Palmer. Many ardent Pep Club members drove to Palmer in private cars to boost their teams morale. On December ll the Pep Club chartered a train to Palmer to open the Railbelt Conference. Pep assemblies were held during the Railbelt Conference and again when all the teams came for the Western Alaska Tournament. Many Pep Club members were hosts to the students from visiting schools. During the Western Alaska Tournament, which was held in Anchorage, Pep Club mem- bers turned out in large numbers to yell for the N 'Nb- Pep Club members discuss plans at a. meeting in the cafea teria. P' Q' 9, 11.- Eagles in their new gym. The Pep Club also decorated the gym with signs and crepe paper. Much of the credit for the success of the Pep Club goes to Mr. Kickbush and Mrs. Dudley who were advisers of the club. f t 4LeftJ Louie Beavers and Jerry Jarvis seem to be enjoying themselves on a train trip to Palmer, rRightJ Pictured from left to right arc: Marleeu Wayson, Brian Marlatt, Karla Waysou, Dick Shepherd, and Jackie Wat- son, A.H.S. cheerleaders. 167 X ,,A, . , NJ 'i Dick Shepherd Karla Waysou 12,9 Jackie Watson Max-leen W y 1 Brxa M ltt This year's cheerleaders led the Pep Club through a lousy cmd successful year. The cheerleaders included Marleen Wayson, Karla Wayson, lackie Wat- son, Dick Shepherd, and Brian Marlatt. During the Western Alaska Tournament the girls had their white skirts dyed black but kept the orange lining. Their outfits were completed with white sweaters. The boys wore black cords, lolack shirts and white sweaters. For the second year A.H.S. had songleaders. Those elected were Donna Tuttle, Carolyn Neff, Esther Renner, and lrene Lage. They wore full, black, short skirts, orange blouses and lolack sweaters. Their peppy routines added much to the games. f 4 if T M ., si, M .f ' A '. E , 1, 4 , ffl ' I. ,N CBottom3 Songlcaders Esther , . Renner, Donna. Tuttle, and Car- ,Q-1, 5' olyn Neff step high to Dark liffl fi' Town Sftrntters Ball. H-i f ' 1, ks 'N T JQU at S' . . qy ffl. 5' ' yi if 4 1-1- ' .ff ., fTop, rightj Leading the PSP Club in a rousing yell during a football game are three cheer- leaders. 1CenterJ The four songleaders make a bright orange and black parade in front of the Anchorage pep section. V..---acxll ff . . is W, fx .Li f 4 r w awe Q xx A O THOSE business firms which support Y K and encourage students by advertising in lg ' N' t school publications, the ANCHOR staff X f , A ,lf X X wishes to express hearty appreciation. J l , 'rl lib? l ' I V5 The 1954-55 school year has been an w A V L! V t interesting and busy one. The completion of fy I f K X 1 , f the gymnasium, shop areas, and music , ' ' ,V X , Q, 1 Z i V ' X M departments has added much to the x gfq X 1' li' Nix if X enjoyment and education of the student body. fit H V, 1, I ' i ilif'Qf I t l fly As you close your 1955 ANCHOR today, 1 Half! X if and in the years that follow, it is the sin- ! ML ?x, f ,' cere wish of the ANCHOR staff that these X Q s , ,r' , , N . . , -,-- s ofa. My ff pages will preserve the memories O . Sgili ' X of your high school days. flg, ,v w 'frr at A-'f' '+lz '4g,-Y ' f 1 A E. - , I l 1 1. 1. - I I I I . - I Y 5 n - ' I - I E 1' 1' ' ' ' 1 5 Business Manager: Marie Reynolds Advertising Manager: Mary Ann Renfrew Sales Manager: Dave Wright -fr '.4-- an ls! ina' g.r:sr,,,'P' ,Aw- ,....,..,..p.n s- 1 The Anchorage High School Senior Choir, under the drrecnon of Mess Horton, was Just one of the many choral groups which performed at the Festival 172 F X '51 N,-AN Mr. McGuln prepares to announce the winners of the rnuulc trophles nt the Western Alnslm Music l chorus rneruberu calgar- Fehtlvzll, The Inman hnncl ana ly uwnlt the nnnounccrnent, X I tended the Music Festival. A.H.S. Band muxlc, under Mr. McGuln'n direction was well received by the munlc enthusiasts who nl. F 'F 5 fi? l f Q 1 2 I Y K K '.. l l ll' xr ' , 1 J , - ' A x' - 1 'f ' ' . - r I Q ' - I .n MOTOR COMPANY PACKARD DGSOTO Phone 47101 PLYMQUTH 35372 INTERNATIONAL Fifth 5. D sweet I -Isl... 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Cn ly Shane, Larry McKinley, and Donna McAllister f ad 1 ring samples in Paul's Jewelry Store. ellie Pg LoUssAcsoGN BUILDING PHONE 30465 STUDY HARD IN SCHOOL, AND WHEN YOU GET OUT FLY WITH REEVE Serving the Alaska Peninsula and and Pribilof Isl the Aleutian, Shumagin ands Chartered Tourist Flights Anywhere-Special Rates Anu , SHEMYA Plznmors I xv Y ' I QI 9IJ47fef, A HMM AMCHITKA ' TA ADAK Q,-if ourcu C ' HARBOR I .. 2 ATKA'-x . '. -M' fl ' AW Way' ' I alma lc QCZKVIL gli!! REEVE ALEUTIAN AIRWAYS, INC. Bob Reeve, President and General Manager ANCHORAGE, ALASKA in 1 td st' 813 - 815 Fourth Avenue CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OP '55 O PORTRAlTURE O PRESS I ILLUSTRATIVE O AERIALS Cameras - Film - Supplies Ward Wells, Photographer 327 Sih Ave. Dial 34101 5111 Ave-BQHLFIQIQ 436 - 5th Locally Owned - Nationally Known If your clothes arc' not bvrorrzirzg to you. . . . they should be Corning to us. ANCHORAGE LAUNDRY 8i CLIC -X NEHS 319 5th Ave. Phone 37fJeII NV if 2 LMW 530 CORDOVA - - - PHONE 39664 MONA LEE'S APPAREL Clothing ot the highest quality at the lowest price 731 4th Across from N. C. Co ALASKA. ARMY-NAVY SURPLUS STORE 320 4th Avenue Phone 40445 Congralufaliorzd fo e gracluafe ALASKA'S ONE GREAT STORE CARRYING NATIONALLY ADVERTISED MERCHANDISE. BEST WISHES Class of '55 Compliments of TURN AGAIN ARMS APTS. Tlw fflzilflrffrfs Uuvn Shop THE BABY SHOP ' Laycttes ' Toddlers ' Teen-Age .yi N , . 'IAS I'OllI'll1 ,-Xvvntu' Phone' 594.31 .Yvcwfssities for the New Boss CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1955 Economv ' YRIRUESS - QURLITV UNITED AUTO SUPPLY 809 4TH AVENUE 34545 A1aska's First and Finest Speed Shop Congrcufulofions Clcuss of '55 from your friendly REXALL 1300 A Sfreei' 23251-29201 ANCHORAGE MUSIC AND FLOWER SHOP Elwrytllirlg in Music and Flowers RECORDS CORSAGES Clornc-r' of 4th and H .eh 42325 23351 Nancy Albers and Rae Hiuc ey enjoy modeling the attrac- tive parkas wl h are shown at the Alaska Fur Factory. PERMA BEAUTY SHOP I C' i f . jafq-7?1 - -i f A 41 ANCHORAGE, ALASKA Central Building Phone 22441 Allaslka Fur Factnry 831 Iburlli Avenue Phone 36183 Open evemngs by appointment ED. R. SHEPHERD ANUHURAEE UPTIIIIANS 1'mnpIwl1' Optif-ul Sl'l'l'l'f'l' f,'0HfjI'llfIllflffllllhi SI'I1l0I'N., Wlwn Tl'2lX'l'lillg' To Vcmllogv 01' For That Vavzitioll Sm-, Czlll, or VVrit4' Vs Nu S1'l'Vli't' RTIIQIVHL' ANCHORAGE TRAVEL BUREAU Am'hm'.n,Lg1- Hull-I Imlmlmy 'I'c-l. 23391- 55033 l', O, Hux 1673 .A.nc'l1m'z1gg1- x oo 9,0 2' W Off, 0 OJ- HICHWAY DIEINHER FINE FOOD HOMEMADE PIES Dclma Jenkins Owner PALMEI1 HIGHWAY 8 TAYLOR STREET 1'x!O'IL't'l'.Y. r'11l11flv-11.51111 and you fn ll l0 l'l'l'5' zfrvxx, of rlvgzzrzl f-lI!7I'l.l' and ,vnmrf .rlylirzg fzrffl 1'11pl1'1'11fv ilu' lzmrf of your frm' fo-rv. E35 X. V I X Q s 1 ,s N . -'.'.g1,Q:5isZfff5, I ' A '3j,fj1f5Q' 255, 1 H Xl 15:5 3 X 2 ' x 5. , x43 The :lore that brzngx you Il touch of Fifth .4'l't?'llIlC'H 180 if. lp.q1N'f ' SWEDEN ICE CREAM FAMOUS A 6. W ROOT BEER Our Hamburgers are the Talk of the Town P 99 E T EE 4 l'r1 E Z RQQQ 1 1QQQQQQQQQQQQQXXQQQQQQQQQQQ Q QQQ QQQO' 'U an 5 E2 O :zz 2 rn -4 5 4 F3 E Rain or Shine or any old time ...drive up to our window and be treated fine. I. Vic BROWN 6 SONS Jezwlvrs ANCHORAGE FAIRBANKS SEWARD ALASKA RAILROAD WATCH INSPECTORS BIG 3 MOTORS HOME OF SELECT USED CARS Bought - Sold Phone 35853 703 Palmer Hiway Mountain View CJOIlg7'IlfIl1llfl'OllA' . CLASS OF '55 from yourfa1'or1'tv drug xtorv. HEWITTS DRUG STORE and Photo Shop NORTHERN SUPPLY WHOLESALERS ELECTRICAL and INDLSTRIAL SUPPLIES Phone 535191 3328 4th cRocKER's DEPARTMENT STORE I I I'QThf : lfvononzifaf : Shopping : f.4UZfe'r CORNER OF FOURTH AND G J JL . 7 Llc l0:5 l9l9ClI'0 B A K E R Y , , , U CwOIlflI'CII'1I1llllIOIIN - Class of 1.0.10 If NN vllfflll'-Y ffff Cl S14'crf!fmrf ill llullnm, Hy. phom, 28824 3314 I'x0l1I'th Avcuuc 43G5v Hrs! II'1'Nl1f'x fo H11 l'Irr,w of HJ. Columbia Lumber fl'HlH I III-41cIq11:11'tv1's for MONTY'S DEPT STORE ' v I HOME IIlIII.IIlCIlS --VN! Ayn. X A ST. 5 Iil'II,lJINIl :tml I I'ONS'I'IiIIC I'lON I f- ,- I 'I'In- sion' xxllvlw- you ulwzlys sau- ' MAILIJAI' Iiollslrs not lPl'llllIt'bIH I'Imm- A101201 -10211 IOIJI f1Il1Au THUMPSUN'S , . Iwn' 1-lnlllnlff you mn ln' lu-mul In ll'1'IIl' Resfdumm. 1. BAYLES cLo1H:ER and IC. C. ILICNIC SMITII Founfain 401 -1th Avenue Anc-hom PADDOCK'S PAINT a FURNITURE ' VOM PLETE HOME FURNISHINGS Af Ihr' Siffn uf' flew Uufvlz ling 812 ith Aw. 'STAR You haven't shopped if you haven! stopped at STAR SALES, top of Romig Hill in Spenard. TELEVISION RADIO ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES I I jf -K J: 1 hfH Eg 'ff ' APmwfE , gg MT 'R A +441 , A in ll --1. E,.f,.T..-, f-,lf e ,Cailwop 0. ANCHORAGE ALASKA GIVES YOU THE BEST gniewfainmeni X3- FOURTH AVENUE THEATRE EMPRESS THEATRE SNUW WH ITE Laundryifcleaners Men's Shirts Our Specialty OVERNIGHT SERVICE PICK-III' Sz DELIVERY SERVICE 7th and I Phone: 21475 or 44831 CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 1955 NATIONAL BANK OF ALASKA In Anchorage X L Q X- K R I AITII Sz E 5TII dk GAIVIIZELL GOV l' IIILL SPENARIJ FORT RICTIIAIIIDSON WIeIl'l'TIER Host Wisllc-s A L to A S K A The C2r:uIuut,inp5 Class 1955 ARMY - NAVY SURPLUS STORE O 320 4th Awnuf Phone -I0-1-15 Amflmorzlge Iligh School mazfmlzml W W1-40 2d IIIIIIYIJ' lrffi in - -1 .- 4 I A I H A l 'A1ax1.'a'.w Largest Hunan-ozrned A1'rlin1:s Anchorage, Alaska GORDON'S Budget Priced Apparel Ph 33424 . . . for the Teen-Age Girl one Spenord 5 ' 2 Cari-it eixhni Bj,.'QQgFQE1ee. me Compliments of ARCTIC TRAVEL BUREAU 4TH AVENUE THEATER BUILDING PHONE 23483 341 FOURTH AVENUE ANCHORAGE ALASKA FASHION LEADERS IN MEN'S WEAR MARY KIRSCHBAUM AL KIRSCHBAUM Phone 43634 Denny as TERMINAL , SURPLUS CENTER Sport and Uniform Shop Lingerie - Hose O 121 FOURTH AYENVE TREVA BANKS 418 D Street PHOYF .HGH Owner Anchorage A J T ' The Cl1fl1Ir1:n's Own Shop THE BABY SHOP ' LAYETTES ' TODDLERS ' TEEN-AGE -133 FOURTH AVE. BOX 1994 PHONE 39451 .v,l'l'l'SN1.fI.l'8 for U10 New Boss GENERAL HARDWARE ' Paints ' Tools ' Motors ' Household Appliances ANUIIIIIIAGE IIAIIIIIIAIIE Corner 4th and D Phone 35251 The HAT BOX ,.. l.,,,,.,,P-... ,N-,...-, . -..... HATS - BAGS - SCARI-'S GLOVES - HOSIERY WICIJDING GOWNS K 'VEILS Lorone H2ll'l'ISOI1, OIl'Ill'l' NORMAN G. LANGE T!j1N'Il'I'1Afl'I' Rcwztals Fira' and AUTO Ilzslrrrzllw' 503 PALMER IIIG IIWAY MOVNTAIN YIICIX :arm 1-3 Su-get I T P Phooe 46373 PHONE 20855 ongrafu afiomi . . add of 55 I CC 77 I Next to Post Office Spenqrd K 0 S L ll S KY 81 S 0 N S f,, 2 Cl ioneer mercAanf5 0 fLe Communilgv THE HUB Harold, Jan, 434 FOURTH Ralph Koslosky 202 Cash and C211'1'Y Pickup and Dolivery I SPEN ARD XCLEANERS 3 Your School Supply H6ClCl!1IIflI'fl'l'.4 VISTA PHARMACY PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS PHONE 49891 47 A OPEN 9 A.M, - 10 P.M. EVERY DAY V. 0. mx ms SPENARI7. ALASKA BOX 457 DIAL 31771 Sm-mu-fl Roar! - Vista I,z1m- - Spenarcl NGW, AS IN THE PAST, THE HOTEL THAT'S FIRST IN ALASKAN HOSPITALITY! ff I.,1II I I I ' . If n C 0 0 fe AIM 187 165 A 81 W Drive lnn 181 Abbott George 47 Abrams Ardith 86 Abshier Mel 79 Adams Carl 91 Alaska Aggregate Cor- poration 179 Alaska Army Navy Sur- plus Store 178 184 Alaska Fur Factory 179 Al1Sk11lS1l1ltJl'l0l'S and Publishing Co 173 Albus Nintv 92 ott P :tru it an Alwc 7 142 Allen Arthui 18 A v. iid Bob 6 Alwird litmus 136 Alvwurl Allu 0 A wud Mutln 81 Amin s ldor At iclt my ol 1 5 Ant hor Book Shop 173 Ant hor 11,1 broil ry 176 Ant hor age llirdwlrc, 185 Am hor :Le L iundry and C14 im rs 177 Anchor :gc Music 'ind Flower Shop 179 Anchorage Opticians, Anchorage Radio and Television 176 Anchorage Times and Hotel 187 Anchorage Travel Bureau Anderson, Arlene, 87,113, Anderson Anderson Anderson, Anderson Anderson Anderson Anderson Barbara, 96 Donald, 47 Gary, 88, 95 James, 67 James, 132 Jean, 93 Jerrv, 76 Andrade, Jean, 85 Andrews, Tom, 91 Anglin, Muriel, 91 Arctic Fuel and Appli- ance, 175 Arctic Travel Bureau, 185 Armstrong, Joe, 82 Arthur Dick, 93 Atwood, Elaine, 86, 102, 157 Auerbach, Daniel, 93 Aurich Donald 67, 113, 150 Aurich Flox d, 96 fn.,-' K tg.-Z. A-.'.' ,JK Y' ,, .:5.g,-, 71: .f-A-,s',. 1 1 fl - r,,F, L ':'1' ' YI .-kd L r 1 1 'e'ffgr,-' 'I-'fr-R-1:.7.f' I 1 3 l C! Y C Y 5 ! V 1 I I Y S N Y I . 5. . . W 1 if 2 A ' , Y 'Y 5 - - u ' . , , Alc , 1 ' - 1 , 47 A112 '-,4, ,157 I .I l 'A ' , , 13 1 X ' ' . - . . 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Vlc gl Sons, 181 Brown Brown Brown Brown Brown 150 Larry, 49, 123 Norman, 92 Roberta, 82 Rogers, 49 Sandra, 82, 106, Brownlow, Gall, 90 Broze, Kathy, 82, 102, 159 Broze, Valerie, 89, 95, 159 Bruce, Mrs. Nancy, 14 Bruederle, Judith, 67 Bryant, Larry, 37, 47, 49, 159 Bryant, Patricia, 49 Buchanan, Mrs. Mildred, 22 Bullen, Gary, 87 Bunker, Mrs, Jeanne, 21 Burgess, Ray, 83 Buring, David, 90 Burkheimer, Mrs. Henri- etta, 16 Burnett, Billie, 67 Burnett, Evelyn, 92 Burnett, Ina Jean, 92 Burnett, James, 49 Burnett, Mary Margaret, 49, 160, 161 Burnham, Mike, 93 Burns, Carol, 90 Burt, Spencer, 79 Buss, Miss Anna, 22 Butcher, David, 49 Butcher, Melvin, 95 C Cadden, Beverly, 92 Cadden, Pat, 79 Calkins, Douglas, 95 Campbell, Gary, 87 Campbell, Paul, 131 Cannon, Anne, 49, 105, 106, 109, 148, 162 Canoose, Doug, 93 Cairns, Bill, 82, 123 Carle, Mrs. Mary, 18 Carle, Mr. Wilmer, 16 Carlson, Albin, 67, 116 Carlson, Dean, 79 Carpenter, James, 49 Carpenter, Patricia, 67 Carr, Jackie, 80 Carr, Joe, 49 Carr, Judy, 49 Carrol Anna, 86 Cartee, Tommy, 91 Carter, Gary, 93 Carter, Marshal, 92 Carter, Stoney, 67 Cary, Bob, ae, so, 123, 124 Casa-Calvo, Tony, 93 Casey, Miss Nola, 20 Cassel, Joe, 49, 51, 104, 106 care, Esko, 49, 148 Caudy, Douglas, 92 Caulfield, Dannie, 93 Cavalero, Francis, 67, 165 Cavanaugh, Warren, 82 Caywood, Dick, 92 Caywood, Emmetta, 67 Chapman Pat, 93 cnapmani Rolla., 49, 129, 133 Chappell, Florence, 84 Chappell, LaRue, 67, 101 Chappell, Novella, 67, 101 Charboneau, June, 91 Charboneau, Keith, 83 Chase, Dick, 81 Chiamis, Despo, 92 Chiamis, James, 67 Childers, Dedrick, 90 Christ, James, 67 Christ, John, 92 Christensen, Sharon, 93 Christensen, Tom, 81 Christian, Dennis, 90 Condit, Lola, 90 Conlee, Miss Mavis, 20 134 Conover, Jean, 92 Conquest, Gayle, 82 Conquest, Kaye, 85 Conright's Furniture, 174 Cooly, Jim, 83 Cooper, Beverly, 92 Cooper, Coach Jim, 20, 125 Cooper, Madelyn, 91 Conners, Larry, 49 Corder, Nadine, 84 Cornet, Judith, 67 Corliss, Eloise, 50 Courtney, Gerald, 89 Courtney, Larry, 79 Courtney, Ralph, 81 Cowles, Glenda, 67 Cox, Jerry, 91 Craig, Dora, 85 Crane, Eddy, 89 Creer, Johnnie Mae, 50, 117 Cribbs, Don, 83 Crocker's Department Store, 181 Croskey, Mr. 31 Croskey, Mrs. Frances, 30 Crosley, Britt, 67 Cross, Gary, 83 Cross, Gloria, 68 Crouch, Wendell, 14, 106 Culhane, Jack, 50 Curtis, Carol, 48, 50 Cushing, Gary, 46, 50, 124 D Dahl, Judy, 86 Dahl, Mrs. Rosa, 9 Daly, Carlcne, 50, 114, 115, 148 Daly, Marlass, 68 Daniels, Ralph, 83 Davidson, David, 136 Christiansen, Arnie, 49, 63, 104 Chuitt, Louise, 82 Clark, Bill, 95 Clark, Charlotte, 93 Clark, Dulcie, 36,67 Clark, Judy, 104 Clark, Murphy, 49, 65, 148 Clark, Owena, 95 Clasen, Larry, 93 Clemons, Millicent, 49 Cline, Margaret, 93 Davidson, Dennis, 89 Davies, John, 81 Davis David, 94 Davis, Mr. Ed, ll Davis Floyd, 95 Davis Jon, 68 Davis Jone, 68 Davis Lee, 95 Davis Sherie, 92 Davis Stanley, 91 Day, John, 93 Day, Knute, 90 Clitheroe, David, 92 Coffman, Dorothy, 49, 162, 163 Cokely, Martha, 67, 165 Cole, Mrs. Betty, 31 Cole, Cathy, 36, 49 Coleman, John, 92 Collar, Beverly, 34, 35, 49 Colombany School of Dancing, 174 Columbia, Burton, 67 Columbia Lumber, 182 Compton, Larry, 79 Conclit, Ken, 82 Day, Sharon, 68 Deanovic, Mr. Peter, 29 Deans, Richard, 90 De Lorenzi, Elaine, 50 De Lorenzi, Jane, 85, 160 Demakakos, Millie, 92 Denny's Sport 81 Uniform Shop, 185 Deurcan, Pat, 94 Dice, Clint, 94 Dickson, Mr. Clyde, 31 Dickenson, Kenneth, 89 Dilley, Justina, 90 Dissly, Jane, 89 Dixon, Dale, 50 I. -z 'a.15':'-1 - A K.. -, .1 , .-,.g. -' Dixon, Jerry, 94 Dixon, Pat, 50 Dixon, Steve, 94 Dolezal, Jim, 50 Donaldson, Pat, 68 Donley, Jim, 83 Donoher, Mike, 50 Dorman, Marlena, 68 Douglas, Margaret, 68 Dow, Robert, 68 Dowling, Rodemay, 68 Drake, David, 93 Dross, Eddie, 81 Dudley, Mrs. Eleanor, 20 Dukes, Connie, 95 Dunlap, Sara, 92 Dunne, Evelyn, 68, 74 75 Durk, Stanley, 87 Eagleton, Dennis, 87 Eagon, Glenda, 93 Eales, Shari, 12 Earles, Peggy, 96 Eastham, Geraldine, 86 Ecker, Karen, 82 Edgington, Marlin, 94 Edgington, Sherrie, 78 Edmond, Larry, 90 Edsomson, Larry, 81 Ege, Mike, 90 Eggen, Charles, 50 Eilertson, Dick 92 Eirlertson, Robert, 87 Elder, Jack, 68 Ellingwood, Graydon, 90 Elliot, John, 68 Ellis, Ethel, 86 Ellis, Sharie, 93 Ellis, Tom, 50 Ellison, Marilyn, 80, 163 Elmore, Bill, 89 Elmore, Jean, 90, 117 Emerson, Jo Ann, 101 Emerson, Margaret, 46 Emmert, Dave 138 Engebreth, Barbara, 85 Engebreth, Roald, 50 123 Engell, Faye 50 Epstein, Mrs. Wilma, 22 Erickson, Buzzv, 79 Erickson, Delores, 50 Erling, Jerry, 90 , 10 , 115 65 Ervin, Clayton 50 Evans, Diane 12 85 82 ' 50 , Ernst, Diana, 66, 68, 76, 106 9 , 1 , 166 O -rs ' '71 lf r Evans Margaret 93 Evans Patricia 68 101 Ewbank John 50 Faccio Janice 36 79 86 157 65 Ferguson Richard, 50, Fern John 87 Ferstl Jime-1 82 Fifth Ave Ben Franklin, Flllcrup Mr Joseph 24 F-llligtr Louis 28 Finley L1 Shot Store, 175 Findlev Pri-1ton 93 Ftnrow Divx J3 Fi-.h Bill 89 Fitlgu :ld Miko, 132 Fleming, Ninmv 50 Fly Jerry 94 Ford Sindrl 86 Forester Bonnie 68 Foster Florin 50 Fox Gill 85 Frink Merle 50 Fridlev Mr Don E. Frie e Clure 91 Frohne Ivan 53 Fugelso Nancy 68 Fuller Robert 81 G Gabrielson, Miss Ruth, 27 Gallwas, Gaile, 68, 74, 102 Garcia, Louis, 96 Gardner, Donna, 92 Gargus, Linda, 92 Gates, Linda, 80 Gaylor, Judy, 92 Gebo, Gary, 34, 35, 53, 102, 122, 129, 133, 143, 155 Gentry, Sylvia, 90 Gerdrum, Miss Doris, 14 Gibbons, Evelyn, 68 Gill, Christine, 53 Gill, Russell, 93 Gillespie, Miss Ivah, 19 Gilman, Dick, 94 Gilman, Roycelyn, 95 Gilman, Shirley, 68, 101 Gilman's Bakery, 178 'j '.-'3,-- : 'y.1-3,1--.. -v-7.1 1-'w Q, 1, -. Q- ' '.,-1 - .- H fn' ' 1-'f.', '. .1- -'f'.'I '-3-1.1' ,- .5 Elf.-'rt-ff, r. ':.-y1.'14- 1, ' -. .951 5 '- . i 5- Tr -3'1'29'7. 2--,-.zsg --,fy '- '- -2, . - P --.-2+-.1s1 -4lf,,aw.9g.,n-5 1. -- ' '. -' L .-'- 41911. :.v'l-1,,-4- 17,312 .- 1 .' -,'r ,: - - :--Qu-:..-'11 .wr P'.a,'--- , 1. ,Q-. gf -, 1 3 C L1-.f..,,,-2,1-,1,14,-, 4:1 ' ',t,,..' . -, 1 - gf' -. 2.55.73-r'.,4 1- -.. . .1 1 ,. . -2, . . .. , . 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Bayles, Clothier, 182 Ibsen, Gerald, 53 lmlach, Florence, 69 lmlach, Ned, 129, 133 lmlach, Susan, 86 lverson, Henry, 143 Jaynes, J Jacobs, Brent, 81, 123 Jackson, Aiex, 123 James Burke Sz Co., 174 Janigo, Dick, 129, 131, 132, 133 Janigo, Gene, 82, 130, 131, 133, 136 Jarvis Geneva, 52, 53 Jarvis: Jerry, 94, 122, 136, 143, 167 Jarvis, Virginia, 116 Jenkins, Daryl, 54, 112, 113 Jenkins, Don, 82 Jenner, Johnson Johnson, 24 Johnson Johnson Johnson Corrine, 54 , Carol, 96 Miss Charlotte, , Jim, 81 , Joy, 54, 108 , Lorine, 54 Johnson, Marilee, 96 Johnson, Patricia, 54, 102 Johnson, Paul, 95 Johnson, Robert, 69 Johnson, Ronnie, 83 Johnson, Sue, 90 Jolin, R ose Mary, 54 Jones, Bob, 91 Jones, Brice, 81 Jones, Daryl, 81, 85 Jones, Larry, 69, 74 Josselyn, Kay, 54, 105, 106, 146, 147 Carol, Kareen, Ken, 79, 136 Jucha, Glenna, 92 Judy' s Sweetheart Bakery, 182 Juhnke, Larry, 69, 113 K Kadow, Patricia, 54, 63 Kalerak, Andrew, 54 Kalerak, Dolly, 95 Kalfas, Shirley, 91 Karabelnikoff, Lee, 69, 123 Katon, Royce, 83 Kaupp, Tommy, 83 Kayton, Sandra, 54 Keenan, Frank, 92, 136 Keith, Judy, 96 Keller, Peggy, 69 Kelly, Eugene, 95 Kem, Marnee, 69, 102, 152 Kemp, Douglas, 89 Kennedy, Mr. Joseph, 9 Keota, Grace, 82 Kickbush, Mr., 29 Kincaid, Dave, 94, 88, 97 Kincaid, Terry, 94 King, Mary Ellen, 54, 56, 112, 115 Kirk, Dennis, 92 Kizer, Louise, 95 Klem, Vic, 131 Kline, Pricilla, 80 Klotz, Pat, 27, 91 Knedlik, Mr. Stanley, 16 Knight, Mrs. Leora, 25 Knudsen, Louis, 92, 136 Knudson, Mary Sue, 69 Knutzen, Chloe, 92 Knauss, Boyd, 87 Koestner, Beverly, 34, 35, 54 Kosco, Bill, 81 Kosco, Kathy, 90 Koslosky 8: Sons, 186 Kramer, Sylvia, 91 Kravitz, Constance, 54 L Lacy, Nancy, 86 LaFramboise, Carol, 96 LaFramboise, Tony, 89 Lage, Irene, 86 Lage, Paul, 89 Lage, Steve, 94 Lahtinen, Jerry, 82 Lamb, Jerry, 93 Lamb, Joice, 90 Lambert, Charles, 113 Lane, Charles, 82 Lange, Mr. Norman G., Lasater, Robby, 93 Lathrop Company, 183 Lathrop, Miss Merle, 25 Laudermilk, Jan, Laursen, Otto, 70 Laverne's Ladies Apparel, 182 Lawyer, Mike, 93 Le Blanc, Helen, 92 Lee, John, 87 Leibhart, Donna, 92 Leppin, Klaus, 82 Lethin, Chris, 94 Letourneau, Ken, 93 Letourneau, Sharon, 91 Lewis, Alice, 70 Lewis, Mike, 94 Lewis, Paul, 95 Lewis, Robert, 54, 60 Liebsack, Gail, 96 Light, Dave, 79 Lindemood, James, 70 Lindemood, Lois Ann, 96 Linder, Barbara, 70 Litvinas, Mrs. Josephine, 18 Lobdell, Richard, 54, 123 Longacre, Katherine, 72 Longoria, Carol, 84 Longoria, Thomas, 70 Longworth, Bonita, 95 Lorenz, Mr Jack, 26 Lounsbury, Joel, 70, 102, 124, 133, 166 Lounsbury, Jon, 70, 75, 102, 125, 133 Lovely, Sharon, 93 Lund, Helen, 84 Lund, Marcia, 54, 63 Lutz, Janet, 90 Lynch, Dennis, 54, 55, 104, 116, 123, 126, 154 Lynch, Wayne, 68, 70, MacMillan, Jack, 92 122 gl' McAlister Donna 54 55 McCall, Rose Lee, 54 McCartney, Louise, 91 McClench Sheila 86 McConnel, Nalley, 79 McCoy, Mr. Euridge, 31 McCoy, Mrs. Hester, 31 McDonald Dennis 83 McElroy, Vicki, 96 McGee, Janet 95 McGuin, Mr. Jack 23 113 114, 72 McGuire Sharon 91 Mclntosh Bonnie 70 Mclntyre, James, 91 McKee, William, 54 McKenzie Keith 89 McKinley, Larry, 54 McKinney, Shirley, 23 McKinnon, Lowry, 94 McKissick, Agnes, 80 McLaughlin Barbara, 116 McPeek, Dave, 90, 122 McPherren Irene McRae, James 87 McSharry, Jim 70, 23 McSharry, Susan 90 McSparin, John, 87 Mack, Nancy, 12 54 Mack, William 70 Maerz, John 57 I Magnusson Janice 54 150 160, 161 Magnusson Sherrie 86 Mahen, Bonnie 54 Majak, Ilene 70 Mangum, Shirley, 86 Mangum, Virginia 91 Manos, Eddie Mansfield, Sally, 70, 73 75 Mantle, Mrs. Mildred, 11 Marcott, Ralph 57 139, 143 Markley, Colleen 57 Marlatt Brian 71 143 167, 168 Marquiss, Dennis, 70 Marshall Diana 80 157 Martin, Guy, 92 Martin, Jim 79 Martin, Mary, 12, 70 Martin, Temple, 51, 57, 148 Mason, Nancy, 12, 70 Mathey, John, 57 128 133 142 Matsen, Carolvn 117 Maxwell, Dan 139 Maxwell, John, 81 Meeks, Richard 57 112 I Y 4. 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Barbara, 90 Parker's Department Store, 176 Parks, Norman, 93 Parks, Penny, 96 Parkins, Marjie, 35, 88, 89, 92, 97 Parsons, Jim, 11 Patterson, Norman, 91 Patterson, Jerry, 93 Paul's Jewelry, 176 Paulson, Robert, 92 Paulson, Karen, 90 Payton, Bob, 79 Peelman, Eddie, 81 Petfers, Shirley, 82 Perez, Pat, 12, 85 Periera, Perma B Perry, T Persinge Patricia, 71, 106 eauty Shop, ll reva, 80, 163 r, Roberta, 93 Peters, Charles, 95 Peters, Larry, 89 Peterson, Anne, 90 Peterson, Margette, 165 Peterson, Margie, 82 Peterson, Marva, 71 Peterson, Ronald, 57 Peterson, Rosemary, 82 Peterson, Ruth Ann, 96 Pearson, Janis, 12, 57, 102, 163, 164 Pettis, Eunice, 82 Pettis, Lyle, 91 Pettit, Barbara, 12, 71 Petty, Jim, 94 Philips, Jayne, 90 Phillips, Douglas, 57 Phillips, Jane, 27 Phillips, Susan, 71 Pianga, Mrs. Annie, 30 Pitt, Don, 79 Pokezwinski, Gerald, 71 Polsky, Gayle, 87 Polsky, Jim, 64 Poole, Bill, 92 Porter, Jacquelyn, 57, 163 Porter, Yvonne, 71 Pottle, Shirley, 82 Poulsen, Deanna, 92 Poulsen, Richard, 57 Powers, Helen, 57 Powers, Marcia, 85 Prentlss, Roberta, 92 Price, Samuel, 71 Price, Stanley, 71 Prlchett, Joyce, 57 Priest, Elizabeth, 57 Prior, Nancy, 163 Proper, Marcella, 91 Puckett, Ada, 57, 64, 100, 146, 147, 163 Purbaugh, Don, 82 Purcella, Claude, 81 Purnel, Richard, 71, 122 Purnel, Robert, 57 0 Qualls, Carol, 92 Queer, Jeanne, 86 B Radke, Walter, 122, 139 Radinsky, Diane, 12, 34, 35, 70, 71, 74, 75 Rae, Darlene, 71 Ramstad Construction Co. 174 Ramstad, Philip, 71, 123, 140, 159 Ransdell, Nancy, 102 Rasmussen, Eddy, 93 Rasmusson, Jim, 94 Ray, John, 136, 92 Raymond, Gary, 71 Reddick, Charlene, 86 Rediske, Charles, 71 Reed's, 180 Reed, Norman, 58 Reese, Terry, 83 Reeve Inc., 177 Reeve, Richard, 58, 148 Reeve, Roberta, 91 Reves, Larry, 89 Renfrew, Mary Ann, 101 Renner, Esther, 86, 169 Aleutian Airways a Renshaw, Dan, 35, 78, 104, 123 Rettig, Judy, 80 Rewolinski, Mr. John, 9 Rexall Drug Store, 179 Reynolds, Marcus, 81 Reynolds, Marie, 58, 101 Reynolds, Walter, 87, 156 Schaefer, Andy, 82 Schaefer, David, 92 Schaeffer, Uldene, 72 Schmeling, Jerry, 81 Schneider, Duane, 129, 133, 143 Schneider, Schroeder, Richard, 91 Cliffine, 72 Schulz, LaVonne, 58, 65, 102 Seaman, Frank, 92 Seater, Mrs. Clara, 13 Seater, Ronnie, 81, 139 See, Nancy, 58, 65, 148 Seely, Jim, 83 Seiber, Elvira, 72 Seidenverg and Kay's, 185 Sekine, Kiyoko, 72 M J b Squartsoff, Buddy Stair, Arlene, 96 Star Sales, 182 Ross Rhyme, Don, 95 Richardson, Alvin, 58 Rich, John, 71 Ricks, Sam, 58, 157 Rickie, Jean, 84 Riley, Betty, 91 Riley, Joanne, 93 Risch, Vernon, 58 Risley, Todd, 58 Robards, Clifford, 143 Robar, Katherine, 82 Roberts, Minnie, 86 Roberts, Virginia, 58 Robinson, Ann, 71 Robinson, Gale, 71 Robinson, Marguerite, 100 Robinson, Curtis, 92 Robinson, Wayne, 71 Robson, Audree, 58 Rogers, Lanny, 92 Rohan, Michael, 58 Roland, Shirley, 71 Romans, Albert, 83 Roop, Carolyn, 88, 97 Ross, Anna Belle, 93 Ross, Benny, 139 Ross, Betty, 71 Ross, Jeanette, 71 Studios, 186 sa, Sellens, Jean, 84 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