Arvada High School - Redskin Yearbook (Arvada, CO)

 - Class of 1966

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My MW N ,ff wid U QW W Q X fyg ' ggsgfgg 'wifb YN Q If X 'W V f . v 52, A3 f ,f wf .bn ' a Y Q f 2:-fe E1 3 X j K Af, 9 - X 'Z sg IU A ,U fr, gg - ' f 15' M E-2 1,6 QW I Z, 2 f , W Q, L ! fj Q YL N' u ,g M vb, '21 N2 x 'mfg jf f yu' ' MM 4 ' JO by fwww L , 0 ffP5 M I ,q ,X fy L W J 1 A' ii, I L, I A 1 . Q' P JAP! U VL N w A L Lf Q JDM! f 13 QV! UT X' 'Q ,WML qu' mfg 5 L F VUL JJ! fyvf f Wi X7 IU ' J X I: 4 ? JW X X 'tl - K . X yy 'lv f 5 . k X VV X 3 Q V GMD ACL? Q .0- ' -Www. LEE UNRUH "I want men to remember When gray Death sets me free, I was a man who had many friends, And many friends had me." These lines could have been written by Lee Unruh, who tragically died at the hands of Fate December 20, 1965. He and a companion, were caught and buried in an avalanche at Geneva Basin Ski Resort. Lee was rarely seen without a smile . His friendly, outgoing personality en- compassed all whom he encountered . Lee was very active, both in school and out of it. He participated in wrestling and gymnastics, was on the Student Council, worked at the Dairy Queen, and enjoyed skiing. He was a typical, fun-loving boy with no grudge against his fellow man. Although absent in body, Lee Thomas Unruh will long be remembered in the hearts of those who know and loved him IN MEMORY OF. MRS. DOROTHY AUSTIN A Tribute to Mrs. Austin The phone rings. A Friend says, "Dor- othy passed away . . ." I asked myself, why? She was the es- sence of kindness and graciousness. She gave much, expected little, asked no- thing. She forgave wrongs, understood human frailties, cherished individual strength. REDSKIN T966 ARVADA SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL ARVADA, COLORADO TABLE OF CONTENTS REDSKIN FACULTY ............... .... I 2 REDSKIN SENIORS .... .... 2 I REDSKIN LEADERS .... .... 6 I REDSKIN ACTIVITIES .... .... 7 9 REDSKIN SPORTS ..... .... 9 5 REDSKIN CLUBS ..... .... I I7 REDSKIN .IUNIORS ....... .... I 45 REDSKIN SOPHOMORES .... .... I 61 3 With nine topic areas of classes at AHS, students are in preparation for either college or a job. Students planning a career in the business World may choose from a number of courses offered in the business education department, while those interested in the world of science- or math might select from the courses offered in those challeng- ing fields. Some areas such as the fine arts and industrial arts are intended to develope through co -ordination of mind with hand, along with experience, one's knowledge in those fields. With other areas such as foreign languages, English, social studies and physical education, the field is open to almost any type of advancement. QPR . ...,' 'Inns in MW,.M..15' ,g..,.,. . X 4 55 3 5 ...S sss r ' 2 E arg l . r M yifmgyw wax ,tqyl iw CLASSES w ..saL.'f"""3' , gf 5, .W lr S 4 53134 5 ,,,,..u-nano'-"wr IRR :fc t1 figi' W . W 555 f 1, Y ,ff . . 6. M lv J,--mv Q, fx af-52 L: -11' sw CLUBS AND LEADERS Through the many different clubs at Arvada a student may partici- pate in Whatever club suits his personal interests. Clubs range from government to knitting or from language to bridge. Many clubs were active with field trips, guest speakers, fund drives or planning parties or dances. Pep Club sponsored the Sweetheart Swirl While FTA ran the Ugly Man contest. ' if ff 7 pg., I 8 fm-.-f...m........ ' 8 SPORTS Students at AHS have an opportunity to participate not only in inter-school sports, but also in intramurals. Football and wrestling were the major contact sports While basketball and baseball called for basically non-con- tact teamwork. Cross country, track, golf, gymnastics, and tennis gave in- dividuals a chance to work separately toward a team victory for the Redskins. Girls, through GAA were able to par- ticipate in various sports also. Volley- ball, modern dance, and gymnastics gave girls a chance to participate in sports. 9 yuan.: lair: : I,-Qin. '---::- lf ' .!!l!H Fond memories will be brought to many a mind when students remember Homecoming, Prom, the Pep Club Dance Sweetheart Swirl, Class Day, Christmas, and the school plays. Although with- out student participation these activities would not have been the success that they were. I0 ACTIVITIES MR. DALE rorr PRINCIPAL ,,,. all Hg REX A :I 524, Q Q K ev sw Q 13' K M33 .FZ 7 my y sz 4 Mr. Ben Barrett Mr. Robert Bassett Social Studies Mathematics Mr. Irv Brown Physical Education Mrs. Marie Cain Social Studies Mr. jack Cook Mr. Lester Cook English Science W I 'wi ' "3 t L , . .1 V, 'g g if ii I 'Sa A V it ie.QzMd " , ,, 5 if tit- r , 1 tlti, I 2:1-A ii 5 L.i.A, V -gif " W Mr. Bill Beaver Social Studies Mrs. Louise Bergner Business Education Mrs. Majorie Bruegg- eman Business Education an .F Mrs. Charlotte Collins English 1--ff 4 x . -'fi 19' ,853 516'-'i 6fzf',vQ2' as in A U H x . at Ai 5 in l Mr. Rafael Diaz Physical Education Foreign Language Miss Joyce Davisson i 'gms aff, .45 :pi Miss Joan Dingmann Business Education Mr. Nick Gangwish Mathematics Mrs. Virginia Dunn Foreign Language Mrs. Sondra Ekberg English Mr. Robert Fatzinger Science Mr. Clinton Gregg Industrial Arts 1,4 Mr. Dennis Eckley Mrs. Billie Edmunson Physical Education English Mrs. Mary Eylar Social Studies Mr. Carl Freytag Science Mrs. Frances Helt Mr. Louis Higginbotham Library Foreign Language MT- Kenneth H6HdG1'SOH Mr. joel Hendricks Mrs. Harriet Hines Mr. Howard Hocking I11d11StTi211 Arts English Business Education Science Mr. Gary Larson Social Studies 5, I ' E K Miss Carol Holmes English Mr. Robert Hurrell Fine Arts Mr. William Larson Social Studies Mr. Gene Howat English Mrs. Doris johnson Home Economics Mr. Edward Lewis Industrial Arts Mr. Russell Manning English Mr. Robert Meisner Mr. George Meyers Mr. Thomas Nichols Mrs. Dorothy Oehm Physical Education Mathematics Mathematics Foreign Language Fine Arts Miss Ioyce Payte English Mrs. Pearle Pugh Mrs. Elaine Rains Fine Arts Physical Education Mr. Elbert Pankratz Mr. Charles Patera Social Studies Mrs. Marjorie Phillips Foreign Language Mr. Bruce Ransom Mathematics Ronald Ra natics Y 7 E, le Mr. Douglas Rickard Mrs. Judi Roman Mr. jerry Rosenthal Miss Georgelynn Schmidler Business Education Business Education Fine Arts English , ,rr . Q wb' Q -'::. 'A Q t iasljafw Q W '. r.s' 2 V 5 , - , intl? . If ' 1 2- Mr. Robert Townsend Fine Arts Miss Betsy Schuster Mr. David Skelton English Mrs. janet Sohngen Home Economics Mr. Edward Tyrrell English We is it . Mathematics Mr. Bill Tipton Mathematics Mr. joseph Weber Driver Education Miss Judith Wesch Foreign Language 1' LEFT TO RIGHT: Wayne A. Van Arsdale, Second Vice Presidentg james J. Richey, Secretaryg Charles E. Me ers President' Hal Shelton Treasurerg Charles O. Moore, First Vice President. Y a 1 a MRS. EULA ZINN Secretary DR. W. DEL WALKER Superintendent MRS. LUCILLE PESCE Assistant for Business Education 2 fx , -vw? Q F 5 ,, ! E211 iz- . ff' 554.2 'Sf , i I W,.Q ...WM WnL,, ,W ff.4 Www ,,,....Q,....,.,m, L -- Afy lsmff i C OOKS C US TODIANS '95 k i nf! 5 V.-mf v2 cg in 4? QM UU Q flying PRESIDENT: BEN PYATT 5 L. 'ff E CLASS VICE-PRESIDENT: PEGGY GRIBBEN SECRETARY: JACKIE SWANSON 7 966 . - 715 'Q 5? I fx' A' ' -ia. X 4 2, Nlsfig 3, xx XX SI M R 'f3f'XXX ill- ' CWBQXX X N il. v1lX'Am .,Ailfl,.'x Xlxg .X S va S lp :lb S li? 1. fZ74f' 5 f4c, S ,:- in 2 ss, ,ii X Q 2:3 R e N 7 5 XX xx A X X V if 'lf , C IIA Xxklxx' N Q :clqq.n rf V 'P 9 'X MOTTO: To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven. SONG: "Cast Your Fate to the Wind" COLORS: Red and Silver FLOWER: Carnation . Mrs. Marjorie Brueggeman . Mrs. Marie Cain Mr. Jack Cook Miss joan Dingmann Mr. Robert Fatzinger Mr. Carl Freytag Mr. Clint Gregg Mr. Eugene Howat Mr. Robert Hurrell Mr. Tom Nichols Mr. Bruce Ransom Miss Georgelynn Schmidler CHAIRMAN: Mrs Billie Edrnunson if ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN: A' Mr. Kenneth Henderson x if 'K M 'X LIVIA BA GNOLI DONNA BATES ANNA BAUMGARTNER STEPHEN BARNES BETSY BARTLETT JUDY BATH BARBARA BATHURST LIN DA BAU GH SHARON BAUMGARD CANDYCE BELL DARLENE BENDER -.af , ,h.. V, ,.v, WWW, ,,.. wi-l,-1-, .,,...,... MW... ,, ,M ,W ,, JANICE BRUNKHARDT JAN IC E BU EB WILLIAM BROWN 1 966 LINDA CALDWELL LINDA CELENTANO RU TH BU RKETT BARBARA BURTON DANNY CAMPBELL DOROTHY CARLSON JEANNINE CHAMPION ROXANN E CHINN -gnu-nur 15" 9' F x? isiw .N .4 er'- 1 :ff-ww.: 'ee-.. Y' f 7 W1l'p'?wv K xkwx 5 MICHAEL DARLAND fifty . REBECCA DASH 4-.-1, MILT CUNNINGI-IAM TIM DECKER YVONNE DeFUR SANDRA DEGENHART 1 96 6 VICTORIA DEIBERT GERALD DeMON TI CNY ROBERT DeMOSS if swf RAYMOND DENIRO ANNETTE DiTIRRO H-aunt! -----QW' wiwwg N , 2 If .EW mike 4 K :' , . X 3. V ww, S , STEVEN EKMARK 966 JOHN EVANS RICHARD FENTON MARY ELS TON BRUCE ENDERLE DIANE EN GEL MICHAEL ERBE MARK FENSKE MARTIN FENSKE JOHN FER GU S ON DAN A FIELD wil' e'WH ,S 'f 555535115 SHARON GAN N RA LPH GIARDIN O 1 9 66 JERRY GOLDSMITI-I DELBERT GAY MICHELLE GERMAINE GLENNA GILLESPIE BRUCE GILLIAND PAMELA GOCHEE . SHARON GOINGS GWEN GORDON GARY GORS LINE 'Nl' -A11 : A-, : k x 1 Q Aw - 'f C ONNIE HALL 1966 CHRIS TINE HANS ON TEX HAUS TEIN SANDRA HAMILTON DALE HANC OCK DIANA HANS EN KAREN HANSEN SUSAN HARDER CINDY HARTZ SYDNEY HAWBAKER CHARLOTTE I-LAYMON D A25 U , fy 'Fi 3533 Q W X xx , -., -Q' -'i: 5 ,, , .1.2' ,. 7. ,,. I .K rg. ,, ,Q . 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ROBERT MOSS RICHARD MUELLER I 966 JERRY NEWILL CAROL MOTLEY VICKI MOYA JANE MU LLER KAREN MUNDINE JOHN NEIBERGER BILL NETTLEBLAD DONALD NICHOLAS JANET NICHOLS LOU PERKO CAROL PETERS CAROL PEDOTTO 1 6 6 WILLIAM PETERS GARY PETERSON JOSEPH PFEIFER W Qgllv' TINA PITTENGER GARY PHILLIPS ANNE PICHETTE Nm' REX POWELL BEN PYATT ""ltill'P , fa 2 'x , NU, i 'lf 'Y-vw-'rqni IVIARSHA RILL CAROL RISS I-ai' wi l1,, 177' JANE RIVERA CAROLYN ROBERTS RON RI CKA RD DIANE RIVERA ROBERT ROSTAD ying-gf-"'if" JOHN ROMERO DA RLENE ROTH MICHELLE RUFFATTI SUE RYAN if WU- VINCENT SHERRY FRED SHOTKOSKE QW P HAROLD SHEARER 1966 NEVA SLATER PATRICIA SMITH SARA SHREEVE GALEN SISTO ANDREW SMITH JACK SMITH ROBERT SMITH RONALD SMITH Ni-A -saw Y Kdff' fu- DENNIS STEC KLEIN LAURA STOCKHOLM LINDA S TOWERS SANDY SUMMERS E 7m-, U V ' Ai O 5 a-,J ASA A 9 ' .LV Nd' fi - 1 in . A if KENT STAUFFER WAYNE STORK CATHIE SWANS ON JEAN SUTHERLAND PAM SVENDSON JAC QU ELYN SWAN SON LYNN SWANS ON x 'Humanist BARRY TO BIN 1 966 JOHN TUROK BARBARA VIDMAR 2 . THVI TOOHEY ROSANNE TRAVIS MARY TROXIL RUTH TURNQUIST LINDA UR BIN CHERYL VETT E PAT WARD DIANA WARMAN -'03 ,I 1966 RON WARNER BARBARA WATSON PAMELA WAY HEATHER WILKIE NANCY WILSON LLOYD WINGER CARY WEAVER C ONNIE WEAVER GARY WEAVER BARBARA WJNN JACK WINTCN CAROL WISE DORIS WEST STEVE WILES AURILLA WILKE DORIS YANTIS STEVEN YOUNG RHODA ZIEGLER SENIOR ,-. . :E ,,:.e'2::2:,fa5:mi-'!E.1?-- : g-A fr . Q I CE.-EE? ky 52 9 , M5 S , Q at 1 '--- . '. 1 , ,,k,,. , Q, ,- . ff, I Ms . 551311 :Qm,,JQ MQ ,Mg f f.f1.f1.r:, Wg,-ffggfm wfffqx,N,.,-'11 , .V 3' ,a,i.Va,f.., V,-- 5,A.:w-M.. vw a K ' .,,,V , Q Ev 4 f by if -, .,.. vc, 'W A.fA7s.?Q,':-' li.. V .a- , Q , Q53 E. BM, K Q M iii N' Sf 1 :P L ' 54 X 'X J X3 , 2' Y xx K af TRUST REDSKINS I M 1 966 4 I 'Mai We R ?'-QS' STUDENT CCDUNCIL GeV """'m'l' , S PRESIDENT VICE-PRESIDENT jack Gregg Martin Fcnske SECRETARY SPONSOR Barbara Reed Mr. Robert Drew '-zgefff' S ra--Q-"" rar jack Gregg, Martin Fenske and Barbara Reed led one of the most effective Student Councils in the history of AHS as President, Vice-president, and Secretary, respec- tively. Mr. Robert Drew sponsored the council which has become active in the County Student Council and has organized the student body into a unified group, acting as the main link between students and the administration. This year's activities included the adoption of an orphan, decorating AHS at Christ- mas and dedicating a plaque at the County Stadium in memory of the late Lee Unruh. NATIONAL HONCJR SCCIETY For the first time since the organization began, the National Honor Society has become active. The club elected jim Holcombe as president, Steve Otsuki as vice-president, Laurel Miller as secretary, and Susie Adams as treasurer. Scholarship, character, service, and leadership are the qualities necessary for mem- bership in the National Honor Society. In addition to these qualities, a prospective member must be in the upper ten per cent of his class if he is a junior or the upper twenty-five per cent if he is a senior. Each year approximately five percent of the jun- ior class and ten per cent of the senior class are elected as members. 64 R-1 ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARDS A total of sixty-nine Redskins received the R-l Academic Awards this year. In order to qualify for this honor, a student must be in the upper five per cent of his class scho- lastically, according to the grades for the two semesters preceding the award. A bronze pin is awarded to those selected for the first year, a silver pin for the second year, and a gold pin for the third year. At the first awards assembly held this year on March ll, thirty-six bronze pins were awarded, twenty-one silver pins, and twelve gold pins. 65 'P iffm E LX 1 .N 2 Q TWIRLERS Along with marching band, the twirlers per- formed at all home football games, Boulder Band Day, the Canyon City Blossom Festival, a Denver Bronco half-time Whow, and three home basketball games. The girls, Who are chosen in the spring take an active part in the instrumental music department and play an instrument in the band. jan Radtke m. ,i f Be cky Visscher Kathy Milonas M arle ne Bentino Cindy Spe er HEAD CHEERLEADER Rhoda Zeigler REDSKIN CHEERLEADERS 'A' CLUB 'A' Club consists of boys who have lettered in any sport. This year's 'A' Club, headed by President Bob Mallow, Vice -President Dale Hancock, and Secretary-Treas urer Steve Wiles, sponsored the Homecoming activities and 'A' Night. 70 DRILL TEAM Under the Leadership of Mrs. Elaine Rains, sponsor, and Peggy Gribben, drill leader, the Drill Team provided halftime entertain- ment for basketball games and the Homecoming football game. They also add to the total success of the Pep Assemblies. The group is made up of 20 girlsg 10 juniors and 10 seniors, Who are selected during the spring of the previous year. In order to try out for the team a girl must be a member of Pep Club and maintain a B average. P Cheering the Redskins to Victory is the main purpose of the Pep Club. Along with supporting the teams, the club's activities included making posters to pro mote spirit, selling Homecoming mums, and sponsoring the Sweetheart Swirl. The club was under the direction of Mrs. Elaine Rains, sponsor, Kathie Henderson. Presidentg Gina Quintana, Vice-president, jackie Hogoboom, Secretary, and Vickie Gilman, Treasurer. 72 sis .W lid' 1 if W" PAiW!!MP P 'NIM 1 W OFFICE GIRLS A TRIBUTE TO SCHOOL SECRETARIES With tests to run off and schedules to change, With letters to type and files to arrange, With phones to be answered, errands to run, These are the girls who will get the job done. For teachers and pupils, principals all, These are the workers who answer your call, With fingers that fly and minds that are keen, They tackle a job that's seldom routine. A job that demands both service and skill And calls for real tact in spreading good will. Yet often we fail to give them due praise, So just as a start in mending our ways, We'll give them this rhyme, a verbal bouquet And show them they're tops, beginning today! 74 THESPIANS To become a member of Thespian a person must earn 10 points by helping in any phase of the production of plays. Initiation of new mem - bers was held both in the win- ter and the spring. Officers of this year's Thespians were Gary Phillips, presidentg Heather Wilkie, vice presidentg Tina Pittenger, secretaryg jackie Swanson, treasurerg and Cathy Swanson, historian. QUILL AND SCROLL Fifteen members of the ARROW staff were selected for member- ship in Quill and Scroll International Honor Society. Members chosen last year were Cindi Cox, Patti Miller, and Rosann Schaffer. junior members chosen this year were Randy Bank, Cherie Case, Bob Clabby, Cheryl Keim, Jeanne Larche, and Marianne La Torra Bob Baerg, Jeannine Champion, Michele Germaine, Suzie Klamn, Pat Machia, Peggy O'Connor, Jeri Pechin, Barbara Starr, and Heather Wilkie were seniors members chosen this year. 76 - i..m,.MQ,3, jg. - . fi T iiii Vkfy A , it H A iiffitffmf'--f,ii fi,52f15wa-i,,,- 'afLg?:gx51ff.-ss, ,"' ft' . ' mt .,., 1- f i- , ff -,ic A ggggggyg V Qu., Q ,i , :Www MU ALPHA THETA Mu Alpha Theta, the honorary math society, is composed of stu dents with a 'B' average or better in math. The initiates must also score at least 557, on their initiation quiz. This year's officers were Lloyd Winger, presidentg Andrew Smith, vice-presidentg Laurel Miller, secretaryg and treasurer Sue Adams. 77 ke-M-J 5 , I ,ug , , ,,k. I ggi K .VVV, : L , 1 f'-v fu wwe- - ' I ' S Af -My . 5 " , tu. S , , g 4 t S ' AVVV -tif 'dm ' , 'st ' K w.g '.:- H : A . , - ?E,,,,,s,.,,... ffl l l s A FS EXCHANGE STUDENT Livia Bagnoli is the first foreign student for Arvada High. Through the efforts of the student body and the American Field Service, Livia came from Switzerland to spend a year at AHS. Sandy Summers and her family were picked as Livia's 'family' for the year. A4 A 78 , 3 QT Q Y V fx Iv gf S' HOMECOA Qsiilgszirfi .f 7 K Ami N NG '65 Homecoming Week started off Wednesday night with an all school poster party in the cafeteria. Thursday all Reds dressed in black for a Farmer funeral. That night a snake dance and pep rally was topped off by an effigy hanging of a Wheatridge foot- ball player and a street dance. The home- coming game, Friday night, was lost to Wheatridge, 25-7. Peggy Gribben, queen, with the help of senior attendants Vicki Jeter and Tina Pittenger reigned at the Saturday night dance. junior Chris Wade and Sophomore Barb Marohnich completed Homecoming Royality. wx X i .. E 'Ks v- M 7965 :ss ' PEGGY GRIBBEN Z fe f 6' 5 .4 X ww 0 Ps Liiisglaiisqgs 3K rI2f?5f?5?M 155-12555 gui QQ 4Lwx an iixfvif: Hx" f flag? ,M 'Q fu x u 1 if ' MISS VICKI JETER MISS CHRIS WADE ATTENDANTS MISS TINA PITTENGER MISS BARBARA MARONICH 83 JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM QUEEN MISS JO .NNN KNI-QIF1. PROM ATTENDANTS MISS BARBIE REED MISS MICHELLE GERMAINE JUNIOR-SENIOR PROM The junior-Senior Prom was held Friday, May 20 at the University of Denver Student Union. The music was provided by the Den- ver University dance band in a ballroom decorated toward the theme of "Sayonara. " The climax of the evening was the crowning of the Prom Queen Miss JOANN KNEIFL and the presentation of her attendants Miss BARBIE REED and Miss MICHELLE GERMAINE. Steward Mrs. Skinner Cornelia Otis Skinner Emily Kimbrough Admiral Dick Purser Leo Stewardess Harriet Winefred Inspector Therese Madame Elise Dela Croix Window Cleaner SENIOR CLASS, 1966 OUR HEARTS CAST Director, Miss Joyce Qi AND Harry Westfall Christina Pittenger Heather Wilkie Phil Anderson Jeannine Champion Steve Wiles Rex Powell Kent Stauffer Ron Smith Kathy Hughes Jan Nichols Betti Markham Betsi Bartlett Mary Troxel Susie Ryan Gary Phillips Steve Wiles Payte M S Q av Q: i WERE YOUNG GAY CHRIS s .k'k A 3 a - Y , L if .wgfse-MM? . ' ,. - ffzif'-":sfAV 'f'ZT1" 'z .f ' 4 M ' ---' f , .ggi-. . ,V . 5 . --is , ,.., R. H' :iq x -fi . 7 t' "" '-" , "'q5Q. :tsQ-my ' ' , 55 5 . f l Q ' at fi . 'I f .Q .F A X x A ..,, F f - ggftzt, ' K we at . . 1... For the first time the Stu- dent Council took a hand in planning the traditional Christmas tea. Decorations Were hung in the lobby, in the halls, and outside the building by the Student Council, While the teachers individually decorated their own rooms. The Christmas program started with the choir sing- ing and the band playing in the morning. Afternoon ac- tivities included refresh- ments in the small gym, and a dance in the large gym. Music for the dance was provided by B. C. and the Cavemen and the Hearse- men. MAS r f ' I I PEP CLUB DANCE f K L V 1 1, "Sweetheart Swirl, " this yearls Pep Club Dance, was held February 26 in the gym. The Soul Survivors provided the music for the affair. Rhoda Ziegler and Mark Fens- ke were elected as queen and king by those attending the dance. The gym was decorated in red and white with num- erous cupids and hearts. I 90 CLUB KING AND QUEEN DA ZIEGLER 'ENSKE SWEETHEART SWIRL 92 CLASS DAY M 6 EES? FWENCA FOOTBALL Chi UV? - . 9 2' W? 3, X 1... .,,..J,.,,,,H Nl, ,, XXXZ i gs, Ev, f 74,3 3 S BACK ROW: 1. Rider, D. Reeves, D. Taylor, K. Stauffer, R. Warner, S. Bennett, J. Powell, J. Gregg, L Duff, J. DeMontigny, R. Abrams, L. Perko, B. Pyatt. CENTER ROW: D. Lyells, R. jones, T. Schneider, T. Turner, M. Bachman, R. Long, B. Mallow, S. Stearns, T. Baerg, G. Peterson, E. Kettle, B. Freeman FRONT ROW: L. Winger, L. Thompson, G. Brooks, B. Allen, D. Stecklein, J. MacGuffie, K. Hanel, M. Fensl-ce, B. Baerg, D. Cook, L. Recktenwall, K. Rickard. The Redskin Gridders got off to a slow start this season but thundered to a finish. A tie for fourth in the jefferson County League left the Reds with a re- cord of three Wins and four loses in league and an overall season record of four Wins and six loses. Coached by Irv Brown, squad members Ben Pyatt and Ron Warner were named to the second team of the All-Conference Selection, while Martin Penske, jack Gregg, Reg Long, Bob Mallow, Gary Peterson, and Team Captain Dennis Steckline received honorable mention. Ben Pyatt also was voted player of the year by his team mates. LEAGUE STANDINGS WE-THEY Lakewood 7-0 13-21 Golden 6-1 13-28 Wheatridge 5-2 7-25 Arvada 3 -4 Arvada West 3-4 6-12 Alameda 2-5 48- O Jefferson 1-6 33- 14 Bear Creek 1-6 34- 7 96 5333? A5166 4043 I 965 4-1" A , -f"Q Bruce Ransom, David Skelton, Irv Brown, Dennis Eckley, Thomas Nicholls i s 97 al-sl HALFBACKS Dave Lyles Marv Bachman Bob Mallow Ben Pyatt: Marty Fenske Larry Thompson GUARDS Steve Bennett Lloyd Winger Randy Jones Dennie Stecklein Gary Peterson Ronnie Warner Tom Schneider ENDS jack Gregg Bobby Baerg Doug Reeves Dan Taylor Reg Long TACKLES john Rider Jerry' D elvlontigny Bob Freeman Larry Duff Lee Recktenwall jim Powell Roscoe Abrahms QUARTERBAC KS Tim Turner Ken Hamel Dan Cook CENTERS Lou Perko Terry Baerg Kent Stauffer Ken Rickard PQ Q44 I L l? 78114 Q FULLBACKS Ed Kettle Steve Stearns Bob Bodeman Jerry MacGuffy Gary Brooks 'B' SQUAD FOOTBALL BACK ROW: D. Walker, R. Hulbert, J. Flora, M. Weaver, T. Martin, A. Brooks, D. Niblack, B. Nelson, D MacCo11, I. Palas, I. Dignum, F. Mobley, K. Hass, J. Jamison, R. Teague, T. Ackles, G. Spears, J. Murch CENTER ROW: D. Rumback, R. Cooper, F. Vetting, M. Farrar, L. Stover, D. Elston, D. Bennett, S. Wycoff A. Gann, D. Niblack, A. Maston, L. Gregg, T. Younker, M. Miller, S. Cutbirth. FRONT ROW: J. Stafford, D. Bennett, J. Maddox, T. Dowgiert, D. Abrams, D. Gunter, D. Bodemann, G. Gonzales, D. Levering, J. Donahue, S. Crane, G. Berg, R. Thomas, S. Campanella, D. Smith. Q H H I ' B-squad football, coached by Dennis AIV3d-9 " ' B Squad "" ' Vlslrors Eckley, and Tom Nicholes had a suc- cessful season with a 8-2 -0 record. 27 Alameda 0 Thanks to the speed of Outstanding 27 Whearrrdge 0 Backs Larry Thompson and Mark 12 Bear Creek 19 Weaver, the power of Ron Teague and 28 Arvada West o Jamey Murch, and Outstanding Line- 13 Jefferson o men Doug Reeves, Gary Baerg, Bob 14 Lakewood 33 Speers, and Don Niblack, six of the 7 Adams CNY 0 eight wins were shutouts. As Larry 19 Aurora Central 0 Thompson, B-squad halfback, puts 19 Golden 0 it. "The performance of this year's B-squad will have an enormous effect on next year's varsity team." A S e , A y r r AHS---Sophomore Team---Visitors 2 X , A . Uh if A p is , 7 14 Alameda 13 lt' I mnwfi V ' I ' ' " 5 0 North Denver "T if 'yi' my Ax -' ' fr f 2 A 27 Arvada West 0 ' r F A 7 Wheatridge 6 G. Duff, B. Wright, B. Koehler, S. Wilson TENNIS 5 V M. Dubois, T. Jackson, B. Eckblad, S. Otsuki, K. I-Iancock, 5- McNeill Arvada's Netmen ended the 1965 sea- son With a 3-5 won-loss record under the coaching of Bill Beaver. Scott McNeill and Dale Hancock en- tered the district tournament as singles While Bob Ekblad and jim Holcomb entered as a doubles team. Dale won second place in district and represented Arvada at the State Tournament in November. NOT SHOWN3 jim Holcomb, and Larry Fagerquist 101 TRACK BOTTOM ROW: D. Lyells, R. Winters, A. Boehme, D. Turner, L. Rectenwall, B. Hedden, B. Brown, B. Straight, T. Thomas, T. Baerg, J. Schaffer, T. Levering. SECOND ROW: D. Harry, D. Grove, S. Cutbirth M Bachman, R. DeSha, T. Hoffmann, G. Peterson, T. Cameron, S. Stearns, R. May, B. Mallow, L. Reasoner B. Freeman, M. Jensen. BACK ROW: Coach Gangwish, K. Greeno, D. Bethurum, E. Shreeve, P. Teague, S Richards, G. Schooley, M. Burns, B Jordan, C. DeSha, Coach Dalthorpe. kk-- J, . . . Glidden, D. Peterson, J. DeMontigny, L. Wilkening, J. Roberts, J. Five returning lettermen and a group of six promising squad men started the Red skins 1965 rebuilding season with a bang Two new records were set, one in the mile run and one in the 360 yard shuttle hurdle relay. The team finished fifth in the conference led by Bob Mallow, who finished second in the 220 yard run, and the mile relay team, Tom Levering, Dan Peterson, Bill Glidden, and Craig DeShaw, who came in third. Outstanding Runner of the 1965 season was Bill Glidden, the team was coached by Nick Gangwish. 102 H gg. W 'Hi 5 :. ' an Q l S. Gorman, D. Peterson, M. Bonino, I. Hau, S. Krause, G. Price, F. Banker, L. Wackler, I. Hell, B. Vine CROSS COUNTRY Finishing seventh in state Without any returning letter- men was the accomplishment of Nick Gangwish, Cross Country coach for the 1965 season.. Relying on underclassmen the team had only one sen- ior participating. The strength of the team rested upon the shoulders of eight sophomores and four juniors . ' as f" Coach Gangwish feels "With four returning lettermen, Gorman, Price, Peterson and Bonino the Reds have a 5 good chance at the conference championship in '66. Outstanding Runner of the season was Danny Peterson. 103 BASKETBALI BACK ROW B Vine, T Martin L Will-cening, S. Maxwell, A. Maston, I. Gregg. FRONT ROW: S. Gallegos, The team showed tremendous improvement as the season progressed. Despite several key injuries and close losses, this team kept its desire to win. A highlight of the year was finishing the season as the 10th best defensive team in the state for AAA schools, limiting opponents to just 54. 8 points per game. Seniors jack Gregg and Trent Lancelot were lst and 2nd in both total scoring and assists. Sopho- mores Art Maston and Skip Gray and junior Bob Vine complied the best shooting percentages for the season. An indication of the excitement during the season is displayed by the fact that two games went into double overtime and five other games were decided by a combined total of ten points. 104 '65- '66 LEAGUE STANDINGS Wheatridge 13 Alameda 1 1 Lakewood 10 Arvada West 10 Golden 4 Arvada 3 Bear Creek 3 jefferson 2 'weiwsi ,N ,.:,,., . ..,.-f ..,:r- - aff---.figfW.,m1w:f151m, we . ,,oo La, W A W 1. .,. G 3 MZ: 3z?"5'Qf f?"':.5:-- ww ,, .wwf 5 ,in 5 '15 gk 1, if R fl ! P 5? lr?- sf g 'if ro, AA ku ,S nf' gi YQ 1 A S M 'iw . . , , Q . V K ,Mmfs gm? ,ig 223, . ' I A N' G 1 ' fi A " M2 'if H . ' ,, 1 3 ' , K X 21 wg wg 335 1 A Q A d redrr 1 1 aw' BACK ROW: S. Lancelot, T. Turner, J. Hall, M. Bachman, B. Stowers, A. Brooks, B. Gagnon, R. Hulbert. FRONT ROW: S. Wilson, K. MacLeod, J. Hughes, M. Dowgiert, S. Wyckoff, S. Campanella, T. Schneider, S. Cutbirth. B SQUAD B Squad coach, Dennis Eckley, accredits the team's losses to inexperience. Most of the team members were juniors and soph- omores and had little experience. There were also sophomores on the varsity team taking away from B squad strength. Coach Eckley considers Leonard Wilkening, Tom Martin, and jim Hall as this year's outstanding players. ARVADA OPPONE NTS Golden 43-64 41-70 Arvada West 46-44 60-55 Alameda 36-36 53-53 Wheat Ridge 56-41 57-63 Lakewood 34-40 48-47 jefferson 51-44 42-45 Bear Creek 49-47 59-42 uf if KL ,L ar. fm- f ,, ' f I Dick Smith Dana Field Bill Hedden Steve Barnes Steve Gardalen Scott McNeill WRE This year's outstand- ing Wrestlers were Keith Hecht who took second in district, Bruce Hoffman who took third in district, Bill Hedden who Won seven, lost one, and tied two matches, and Dick Smith, a sopho- more, who has "good potential" according to Coach Nicholls. NG Others who partici- pated this year were Dana Field, Steve Barnes, Steve Gar- dalen, Ken Rickard, Ralph Firkins, Bill Nettleblad, Dick Fuchs, and Bill Meier. Ralph Firkins Reggie Long Dick Fuchs Ken Rickard Bruce Hoffman Keith Hecht B SQUAD WRESTLING The B squad team had matches with all of the teams that the Varsity wrestled except Colorado Springs. The team was victorious over Alameda and Lincoln High schools. Coach Rickard says, "There are young prospects coming up Who we hope will be en- couraging. " He thought Roger Santeramo was an outstanding wrestler. Q it Q .'fR'SE.l. T :'- ntla ,itn -r -'--:' .T 5 S .. . Q K Y g g M., , Q' ... F QW BACK ROW: B. Meier, D. Bodemann, K. Gann, B. Spears, C. Eichman. MIDDLE ROW: D. Bennett T Younker, W. Crump, D. Lowe, L. Blough. FRONT ROW: G. Price, K. Yant, B. Wilson, G. Acker R San tEI'S.1'1'1O. 110 5 3 S me SW. 3 F if g, U 1' Q-15345 ,, 7 ,, E 5 r 112 This year's gymnastics team was stronger than ever with all -round man Mark Bonan Who participated on the high bar, rings, side horse, Vaulting horse, and parallel bars. Returning lettermen Steve Wiles on the high bar, and Ed Herring on the parallel bars and the Vaulting horse were also successful. 113 GYMNASTICS I , ! 3. 5 rf -, 1 . 3 BASE Q an W Q A 'lM1'9f - 3 ' ,V A lk :Bei-"SU Ka, - , 5 r upp- Q. em 3? . Q I BACK ROW: Coach Brown, M. Pomarico, J. Holler, J. Naugle, B. Fritz, D. Carpenter, M. Lyons, M. Weaver, C. Smith, R Warner, L. Weeklun, Coach Beaver. FRONT ROW: P. Sekulich, G. Sisto, J. Spears, J. Kettle, K. Hanel, S. Bell, B. Baerg, S. Gorman. e at "Q QQ ' as-W - A P . zysffk and 'imvi'r'55 fa fx 4 M1 9' gf 3 ' ,,, f arel B l f QE B 'xr -'Q 'A' B hrhh w .fn M if aww K up fam- Ln' " 114 ALL LEAGUE STANDINGS Lakewood ll- 3 Alameda 9- 5 Arvada West 9- 5 Arvada 8- 6 Wheatridge 6- 8 Golden 5- 9 jefferson 5- 9 Bear Creek O-14 wgdaxlf . it g K Pu, K u 'A 1 aWf"'i?"' g x 'Y is ,Jia J, 5 ! J Q 3 f", :I E L Y if 0 X if 9 L ff 13 V 1 T41 h P 'I g AAA " E WJ 3 -ni -W' Jas. i J f ,. f-Y -A Q as tx , , 1. I f 'X X m 04 , Qiw'g35': ,.., S L fi' - N l 5 Q ,Ld ll . ' " , F1 rv- , l ft , S iv. . I ur' X I The Redskin Baseball Team of the 1965 season, coached by Irv Brown, took fourth place in league play. Lakewood was the only team which the Reds did not beat at least once and four of the six losses were lost by only one run. jim Spears, John Kettle, and Steve Bell were named to the All-Conference team and john Kettle received the Most Valu- able Player award. fx E' K F wfewwg , my-M Mew'- gm 3911? fi '?"'-1-,J"3 4:3-T'l.,X1113 Nia va , . T 5 Vu SPANISH CLUB With 107 members, the Spanish Club had two dinners, several films, a picnic, plus an initia- tion and Pinata Party The club was headed by President Ron Lebsack, Vice-president Christine Ryan, Secretary and Treasurer Rosanne Travis and Barbara Winn, it was sponsored by Mr. Rafael Diaz y Diaz. 118 ll ll Ill L0 HIDAI-605 HK FRENCH The annual initiation, a French Club dinner, the Mardi Gras, and a Spring pic- nic highlighted French Club's activities this year. Susie Adams, President, Jeannine Champion, Vice-president, Betsy Bartlett, Secretary, Dave Lyles, Treasurer were the club's officers under the direction of Miss Virginia Dunn. 120 X, f , N I N x 5 S Www f 7 Z f 4 ' t N f Vw, , ., ,ff vw-QL f -wifi f fi-vs.g:'1izEw.,m,11 Wgfw s ,,,L F, ,mx 51.3, Mgqfzf-mfgiifzfflfw f ' 1 H: ,w1,sSsv.:v , , , 912 . X 32 q,Lb.v W,M5.,5..,5.n,m.+5 in W: H Tl Q mwt,g 3 MA 25253 AAV. V , fy,., lgiiifjy' s in Mfg. . . Www If Lw.,Qg:yW H fm-Q, M-Q...,, ' ""-Ww:.N:'m' w . i: .93 sa Lf , C t 122 LATIN CLUB Latin Club, sponsored by Mrs. Marjory Phillips, entered the Scrapbook Section of the Re- gional JCL Convention in March. The 41 member club is presided over by President Dwan Weaver, Vice -President Trent Lancelot, Secretary Nina Light, Treasurer joan janke, and Historian Becky Hughes. RUSSIAN CLUB "The Noble Cossacks" were lead by Betti Markham, presidentg Keith McCloud, Vice-presidentg Livia Bagnoli. treasurerg Peggy Gribben and Lisette Roberts, secretaries. Sponsor, Mr. Louis Higginbotham, helped members of Russian Club to achieve a better understanding of the Russian people, their customs, their language and their way of liv- ing. h I' . I FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA Future Homemakers of America learn how to enjoy the satisfaction of home and community living Officers this year were Glenna Gillispie, presidentg Diane I-Iurdstrom, Vice-presidentg Marsha Black, Secretaryg Bobby Dorris, Treas- urerg Pat Machia, Publicity. Some of the activities that were held by the club were: Having a picnic, a hobo party, making Christmas table decorations, lis- tening to an interior decorator speak, and attending the state convention. Q Sponsors are Mrs. Doris johnson 'L 3 nd 5 Mrs. Barbara Wilderman FTA FTA encourages students to become teachers by giving these poeple experience through a student teaching program. This year's officers are: Karen Woolf, presidentg Suzie Parker, vice-presidentg Linda Herdt, business secretaryg Cathy Swanson, correspondence secretaryg Linda Caldwell, treasurerg and Barb Churchill, historian. Sponsor is Mr. john Addison. 125 Q, 1- -- -A W---. -..- fur- - . x,.,M,.,.m,- BRIDGE CLUB Bridge Club officers: Lynn Swanson, presidentg Donna McKay, vice-presidentgg Pam Svendsen, secretaryg Sandy Summers, treasurerg Chris Hanson, keeper of the cards Sponsors: Mrs. Roman and Miss Dingmann. ART CLUB Art Club under the super- vision of Mrs. Perli Pugh has sponsored and participated in Banquets, exhibits, and field trips. This year's officers ure Vicki Jeter, Esther Clap- per, Roberta Meyers, jan Gates, Steve Folmer, and Rich Aldinger. Q K i ,.. vo' A -,, .4 its ' M REDSKIN ARROW Under the direction of Miss Georgelynn Schmidler, the REDSKIN ARROW was published six times this year by the four journalism classes . The 1965-66issues received top honors with an All-American rating in com- petition judged by the National Scholastic Press Association. Co-editors -in -chief were Rosann Schaffer and Bob Clabby, While various members of the classes took the other editorial positions. 128 'lp a fi 9 W .lg .- In Q if in ' ffl, Nine second year journalism students were responsible for production of the ,J DART. The Senior-slanted feature pub- lication was written and published tri- yearly by Bob Baerg, Donna Bates, Steve Bennett, Cindy Cox, Barbara Drone, Suzie Klarnrn, Patti Miller, Rosann Schaffer, and Barbara Starr. DART 'Nc M I H tlli I' 31 l A , F MW ' ' A ' A ieff:aQg1f,'if,1. wwww K ,,., FQ .mm ,, GIRLS' SPORTS Girls' Sports included volleyball, basketball, gymnastics, modern dance, and track and field. The participants attended a weekly meeting headed by Presi dent Sydney Hawbaker, Vice-President Kathy Santopietro, and Secretary Kathy Umburger. , ' X x 130 X f - Lum , 2 2 E 131 i Jim! E SPEECH Under the sponsorship of Miss Joyce Payte, the Speech Club has taken an active part in speech meets around the county and state. The club par- ticipated in cxtem porus speaking, debate, inter - pretation. This year's officers ureg Heather Wilke, presidentg Suzie Parker, vice-presidentg Kathy Hughes, secre- tary-treasurer. SCIENCE CLUB Besides several field trips, the Science Club constructed two seizmographs to be used by the school science clubs in conjunction with people across the U. S. to detect earthquakes. Led by Pam Way, President, Madaline Barnes, Vice-pres identg Russell Weister, Secretary-Treasurerg the Club is under the supervision of Mr. Lester Cook. f 'Jef 5 Fifi i sg far-V F . 'F ' er .fi is A K ,C - i Q C C. Li' V I , " 'Y' N ish? ..,. M W may -Q: ,. .YVII Wx- f . . i - i if?Q I - 'X WX, l r 11 si, . f--4- r' wpuwh' 1- .gm 'eb' C 'W C """"""' . , S Q . ,sf ., 133 .as V- -'wa . 7 3 ' " 2:5523 iq., - Wwg., 43' 3' ,L K vafvrt gi w 31 ., x v iam -s K -ww ,X wig avfel K .S K K .,' l is .. -: ' . 3- .Wk ,.:::e:-as f fmgme at ,A mv . If Q as . viii ' an Rf 1 2 it E, o it IRC Sponsored by Mrs. Marie Cain and under the leadership of Pres- ident Ralph Giardino, Vice- President Dave Purdy, Secretary Ronnie Warden, Treasurer Karen Doyle, and Program Chairman Robin Williams, IRC participated in the Mines Exhibit this fall and was very active in the AFS fund drive. 134 Pj 3 ww, 7 kiwi? ffiiisrgg szflfzsw, 11 M .M , ? 2i'Lf5ff::1fx2, w N, Wk Y , 451.1 2, if M, my k J Q 2, A H wh fig Q H 'i ., .,,,. 3: , 5' SEPA' .za If SOPHOMORE BAND Being a part of the marching band, the 75 members play for the Pops Concert junior Pops Concert and the Spring Concert. Band officers include Steve Her- man, Presidentg Dave Bennett, Vice-presidentg and Pete Schuvie, Secretary. The Dance Band meets on their own time and play for all school concerts . 136 JUNIOR SENIOR BAND Has 53 members. Plays for the Pop's Concert, the junior Pop's Concert, one junior high, and the Spring Concert,- and the Christmas Tea. They are part of the Marching Band. The officers are: David Lyells, President, Becky Visscher, Vice-President, and Cheryl McLelland, Secretary. LITTLE CONCERT BAND Has 48 members. Plays for the Pop's Concert, the junior Pop's Concert, accompanies the choir in the Musical, plays for the junior Highs, the Spring Concert, basketball games. The concert band members are part of the Marching Band which plays for the football games, etc., these members are also the Pep band for Pep Assemblies. The officers are: JoAnn Kneifl, President, Steve Bennett, Vice-President, jan Nichols, Secretary. 137 T 3 I , 1 -W 1 G X fx - Q if gt gy W if aff I My Q ' , i ' A ' f X I Q , L z -' Q" M G 4 1 A V, l 4 , V' pk . Q S K - .. - 8 by - , , 'f - i 'ER f H15 , X. 'L , 5 Q. w api, mf 1 r 1 Q 5 . A gf . ,,,- A ' , ' ' J 321: 1 4, 'A 1 - 1 , V . L , 3 T 7 NK ,- , .- 'mf A - ' . ,fawgw --'- 1 mf. za. f M ' um.. Ha' H fl ' 'IIL V Y L 5 i f , L ' Q? K -1 4. 1? , ., 'HS-xi? f - f K ,Q Q , 4 Wi! M ' , E ...V ' g- Xi U S , 5 Q A., 5 E! E , 2 ' J'-I :D N z . . L QQ, 25' 4 v .1-, gr, Q Yi V tg? ig' 4, 5 . lx M? x 9 .. 3 Y le -l. I 5 CA Q Q Q 1 ,. ,M . , Q 1 3' el' ' .ff 4' ww '-- 5-wg f Q, M 7 .. - l , M U ,fav Q' .gms i - ' : fy J Itanium 5 'f up , L, ' - f. ,. Wy ,, ., , .. , I t1fif "m""' 2 "W-Q.,.,gg, . , 2 is ! if Q V -feugiqzf ' 2 ff? 152.1 'SEML X ' We ,Qs A Kp' ,K -V M3252 Q " f ' 1- af 0 I L. was 55,52 Q Jen , X' f w f y f ff was 1 Ai' f ws' V Q f .Q I 6 1 1 x ' 1 2 4 3 4 4 . .W-V , wx, zz. P35 'E V, Q A .NM KN., W 'W 0 N ,Q w,, Q r J K u. 'Y-NSKN X N-4. NX GIRL 'S CHOIR Studying techniques of singing, learning how to sing effectively with a group, connecting singing with other phases of music, such as listening, history and background of specific styles are just a few of the things that the girls learn in a class under the direction of Mr. E.M. Panlcratz. The girl's choir has one major production which is the Spring Concert 141 YEARBOOK STAFF ,fe-Q F if f'fESve?i3f2" - . f . ' J- is 3 , . A - , N ,M - MW' ' E H ESQZM ,iw ..,,A. ,.,, was S QS' Mel 91 ng,,-Aw:,iskiigi-sang--as TK ' 5 ' 5T'L55?tiQal':f.',zPS:-5?-5H- f fp ...Q M Q, 3 If V S :ff , , ,K .g The 1966 REDSKIN was pre- pared under the sponsorship of Mr. George Meyers and the editorship of Patti Miller. The chairmen of the various sections included Carol Motley Faculty, Suzie Klamn, Leaders, Pat McCarthy, Activities, Donna Bates, CopygBecky Dash, Clubs, Alice Townsend, Sports, Linda Herdtg Sopho- moresg jo Ann Kneifl, juniorsg Rosann Schaffer, Seniors, Art, Peggy O'Connorg Pam Svendson Rosann Schaffer, Adsg and Bob Clabby, Randy I-Iolmes, Busi- ness Managers. Photographers we re Wayne Anderson, Mark Schroeder, and Mr. Meyers. vwf gf-f new . i '-nn'-asus' 4 Wiz... Ng, 5 , X-015 'fb Sb xr' bf' ,Q f President Lon Gregg CLASS 0F '67 Vice-President secretary cindi Rose Becky Visscher Chairman Assistant Chairman Mr. Russell Manning Mrs. Judie Roman A 32 , .' ai li 5 .L , ..':- ' ,K fi! Joyce Albers Judy Albrighton Bob Allen Korlaine Anderson Leonard Anderson Sharren Baker Kreig Balls Randy Bank Madaline Barns Mark Barrett Dorothea Benkler Marlene Bentino Mary Berglund Linda Berlin Toni Berria .IUNIORS wg, George Abrams Timothy Ackles Carol Adams Sheila Ada ms Rita Ahrens nara .,,, y N A 1 J M fa .S qt Wayne Anderson Janet Avery Marvin Bachman Shirley Bachman Terry Baerg l aw K Q Carolyn Bartlett Diane Bath Mary Baumgartner Benny Benedict Michelene Bengston 147 Linda Beshard Cynthia Betz Mark Bonan Gino Boscia Jed Bardell Debbie Bruns Mike Buchanan Brad Bunger Wendy Buonanno David Burke Clyde Carlyle Stephen Carpenter Katherine Carr Donna Carter Donna Carter ,mpeg - ELSEI 5 Y T' 4 Richard Brin Kent Brown Patricia Brown Rebecca Brown john Brownlee joan Burkett Barbara Calabro Tom Cameron Wendy Campbell Jacqueline Capps Patricia Carter Cherie Case Daniel Case Elizabeth Cawthra Larry Chaff in . . M.,- 19' Shirley Clark Linda Cockerill Mary jo Cody Sherri Colgan Linda Collister EE ,,L,,. M...a.,..a-Q.:,a,W L f 1 .am s w fl 'a ii' , 1 S' W . l Celeste Cottingham Christian Cram Kenna Crowder Steven Cutbirth Richard Cutshaw Penny Dickson Dee Dieter jack Dignurn Julie Dionigi Anthony DiRenzo Constance Chittum Michael Christensen Barbara Churchill Robert Clabby Dan Clark Brenda Cone Kathleen Conley Karen Cook Randel Cooper Robert Cooper Jonathan Davis Leon Davis Ron DeFore Linda De Montigny Mary Dickerson QQ- a V Qlzl ll ll il ! lliiix Bernadette DiTirro Ronda Doane Carolyn Dossie Mark Dubois Larry Duff Alison Eha Nancy Ekien Larry Fagerquist Michael Farrar Kimmett Fee Richard Fuchs Nancy Fulton Faye Fyffe Allen Gann Stanley Gann s Zg. -:r- it ef -exf t' sg . -:N , , ft Q W ,St .... MLA, it-ff, liflf' ,..q . ,t,.,L,L N ., , ,.L, r,A,r . 'N as ff yi Q if 4' ,V 1. E ff I f -R, Q 1. 5' N A od Edith Durant Drake Eastburn Rodney Eberly Steven Echter Sharon Edmisson 'VM My 150 9 1 iv ,F 11:-.:,f Penny Feland Ralph Firkins james Flora Dennis Florea Charles Forbes Steven Gardalen Cathy Gardener Elise Cates Kathleen Gay John Geddes .IUNIGRS Vicky Gilman Virginia Gilman Vince Glass Charlotte Gleason Linda Goings Barbara Graham Paul Green Ramona Green Kathy Gustafson Donnie Hall john Hell Robert Hendry Barbara Hensly Ed Herring jim Herring s Jeanette Gertz Jeanette Gessley Denny Gibson Sandra Gile fw-1' Mfr Karleen Goodner Gary Gordon Stuart Gorman Gary Gosik Tomi Gottier Dc? s A f P' vfsw V lktexyr y , , ,W A ,. Ken Hanel Vicki Hanover Larry Harris David Harry Donna Hartley f Mary Howard Patty Huber Becky Hughes Ronald Hulbert Bruce Jacobs Geraldine Kanatzar Barbara Kerler Bd Kettle Donna Kidd Jean Kleinow Danene Herman Don Hicks Shirley Hicks Georgette Hill -0' 6' Randall Hill Jackie Hogoboorn Howard Holmes Ronald Hood Doug I-Ioskinson 1 if LX 4-""" Jim Jamison Marcy Jensen Murray Jensen Collin Jolly omihlw I ' x 'ix 1 Penelope Jolly Uliqu Wu YSMCN if What? i as-fl Mary Klok Diana Knoll Robert Koehler Teresa Kroll Danny Kurtz haf? Lawrence Ledwick Heidi Lehrkind Karen Lehrkind Richard Lighter Ed Logan .IUNIORS f T252-5: fi , iltgi Qiiwfi ezfalliagb-' aaagif , , . f - . wg, faf' i Cynthia Madson Amelia Maes Jo Ann Maes Keni Markham Barbara Martenson Dale McCall Doug McCall Sandra McCall Robert McCarty Keith McCarty if 4-qv , . 153 Scott Lancelot james Lanthrip Jeanne Larche Douglas Larson Marcanne Latorra . sw is GW Victoria Luby Paul Lucero Steve Ludwig Susie Lybarger David Lyells Betty Martin Thomas Martin Sylvia Matticks Barbara May Marjorie May 5' .2 'i 3 521 Ein ,A Leslie McCaslin Cheryl McClelland Kenneth McDaniel Sheryl McDonald Cynthia McGan.n Caroline Meisel janet Mendeler Martha Merrell Daniel Meston Walter Metcalf Mike Miller Kathy Milonas Linda Minister Andrea Mitchell F rank Mobley C, if new- f i. ., tx gill' 50' Calvin McGauphey Rexene McGwier Lynn McLean Scott McNeill Theresa McNeill , . .. "" " .i.. We ., we ,'37g ml' M 'Hx . N, .M 2..7.'Eiis A NE ,Ev-Q ,, sy 5 'Cl Www' Janice Meyer Patricia Meyer Bob Meyers Sandra Mikes Donna Miller 60' CWS Erma Mondragon Lou Montabon Gary Moore Ronda Mortensen Thomas Moss JUNIORS Ruby Moya Ronnie Moyle Helen Mueller Diann Nelson Linda Nelson Judy Noble Howard Nunn Lynda O'Mara john O'Neall Le one Owings Michael Patton john Paul Roger Pearson Donna Pedotto Quincy Pent Craig Pratt Cynthia Pry David Purdy Beverly Pyle Regina Quintana -1' 'QL' X Charles Ozaki Frank Pacello Margaret Palmer Danny Pntano Karla Parker qw-Q YZ Ill Daniel Peterson Patti Peterson Jeanne Pichette Deborah Pine Clint Powell PO' lg Rose Quintana Donald Ray jeff Richards Iudy Rixford Meredy Roberts Bill Rurnley Mike Ruptak Chris Ryan Pat Ryan Rick Santopietro Riley Scott Cheryl Seeman Lynda Searcy jenny Seese Jan Sewolt i "2-1" 'Q .rw wfmwk' ,V win WZ? Floyd Robertson Marsha Robinson Marvin Roerner Cindi Rose Duanne Rumback S 5, M R v 'ff iii ga if 32: 4, s J, A 'Ilan Kai' -44 TIT? any uw X f ..-... N. ,A g as " Q s Arnold Sathree Verna Saylor Tom Schafer Kay Schumacher Dennis Schwartz I 1 Tom Sewolt John Shaeffer Mike Short Cary Shroyer Gordon Sitterley R iff joe Sorling Susan Sorrell Cynthia Speer Kathy Spence Sharon Spencer .IUNIORS Ann Smith Don Smith Jacqueline Smith Charles Snell Pat Solomon T 'tw '. Steven Stearns Richard Stepp Vickie Stevens Richard Stewart Dan Stitt Penny Thomas Eric Thompson Terry Thrash Iohn Tipton Alice Toliver X Q lv 'ik r 1 ' '. K'X .. fi! , Q25 y nrt ibu- S mixe s 'dh 3.4 p pypp pp 3 F , ,J rf? x Q " xii. hu- Tavv' ' . at I3 5, L Joanne Spero joel Stafford Chuck Staley William Starkey Leslie Stauffer Bill Straight Dorothy Strovas Lynn Swanson Danny Taylor Theodore Tegeler 157 Patricia Tourtil- lot Alice Townsend Candida Travis Damon Turner Jeanie Turner an Lee Unruh Richard Urban Frank Vetting Robert Vine Linda Visage Leslie Waldo Gerald Walker Melissa Walters Rorie Warden Dwan Weaver QM ff Bk f 1" T Q M . iis T Patricia Turner Timothy Turner Mary Tweed Kathy Umberger Virginia Umberger Yif AY? 3 Patricia Visage Becky Visscher Vicky Vlaanderen Chris Wade Dale Walden Roland Weaver Dolores Webster Richard Webster Linda We ers Marilyn Welton . I? V -A - 3 -Q gl .W L Robin Williams Dorothy Wilson Robert Wilson Russel Wilson Steve Wilson i. i ' " ' Debera Yandell Kevin Yant Linda Yates Danny Young Elaine Zappa n f JUNIORS A- A fp' Ji ., -sf i my - E-: ev E V J , x t . x is its - 'W 5. if N ws. A 1 . Q .. 'iu.,.,! 'Z 1 35 . nk , .f it J 2 "" -ea . if Mi .:. , I ily? ,- 'Q Gary White Thelma Widener Leonard Wilk ening Pat Wilkie Doug Williams ibn:- Brian Winter Gloria Winter Robert Wright Steve Wright William Wright Kenny Barley Bob Bodeman Wendy Buonanno jackie Divis Cindy Fulte Syll Gallegos Charlotte Gleason Marsha Hofferber 'Q-'ff' .IUNIORS 'b' my, nw., 143+ Q L., Tom Dorn Linda Durbin Roger Dupser Drake Eastburn ar' nr-1' Cheryl Keim Steve Medhurst Ray Peacock Gary Pedigq Skip Swavey 59? Ke PRESIDENT Randy jon es CHAIRMAN Mr. Robert Bassett CLASS 0F '68 VICE-PRESIDENT Pam Pantano 3 Q 1 I1 I -4 , I 4 , ASSISTANT CHAIRMAN MIS . jan et Sohngen 162 S ECRETARY Pam Thomas -, X' , S 6 Y-'v .qt ' fl in . 4. W--J . S , ii - ! lx 5 n 1 S h W t M Q r .,.P V ?",. f Q, w k, .A sg . l 5 My If z.,. A, ff' g get ,., 157 P3 GW! 594 X 13' H! .s LZ: ul A .9-. ' E, .. 'V' 1 Ei-- 'Q--1 ' 11,57 A , VV ,gr 1 " ii 35 'iff rf' ., ' 4 '-,.:E- S B 163 bi I s Aa 'f Q.. 1 'sf L 9 Y 1 " I M Walter Abrams Gary Acker Donna Adams Kathleen Adams Kenneth Adams Sandra Alberts Kathy Albrecht Albert Alcorn Paul Alison Kenneth Ames Neil Amon Patricia Arguello Joyce Augustine Amy Ballard Bruce Bangert Debra Barnhart Sally Barr Cathy Barry Dianne Bates Linda Bates Bruce Batson Kenneth Baudien Jacqueline Bauman Patrick Baumgard Richard Becker Dan Bennett David Bennett Gary Berg David Berglund Sharon Bergstresser Dean Bernard Emmeline Bernd Debby Bethuren Sharon Beub Cynthia Bloom Larry Blough Terry Blough Carol Boggs Mike Bonino Gerald Bratrsovsky Susan Breyfegle Steven Briback Alan Brooks Bill Brooks Dianne Brown Michael Brown Manuel Bruce Janine Buchner Dennis Buck Mary Burgard james Burkett Dennis Cady Robert Caldwell Dennis Call Michael Callahan Sam Campanella Harry Campbell Linda Campbell Sandra Campbell Lois Cannon Bruce Carlin Frank Carlson Dennis Car- michael Philip Carter Judy Chandler Calvin Chappel Margeret Clabby Catherine Clark Geraldine Clark Steven Cleary Michael Cockerill Richard Cody Rita Colella james Coloff janet Coloff Ray Colson Dan Cook Cynthia Coyne Karen Craig Sidney Crane Robert Criscola Wallace Crump Mike Cusimano Gregory Danke L n 7 ii.-me 9, -Q. .iii s.. 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I fryq a., I . g M m 5 F o r H sw, if . -'R 44 S. - r L f + D , , ' 4 I if SDN 'M' fi B iizjf 14:55 kia 1- A - A M 165 SOPHCMCRES V 25:1 5 K4 N f x Q 'X din? ii hh Charl Dash Gwen Davis Joann Davis William Deibert Loretta DiTirro David Divis Sandra Divis David Dixen Carolyn Domenico Jim Donahue Carla Donaldson Connie Dorris Mike Dossie Anthony Dowgiegt Gail Drag james Driscoll Mike Duff David Duke Tom Dunn janet Sue Dysart Eddie Eash Mark Eastburn Kenneth Eberly Richard Edwards Charles Eichman David Ekmark Daniel Elston Douglas Embry Les Enyart Linda Esa Stephania Esmiol Gary Etter Kirk Fergus Valeri Ferlingere Laurales Fox Raymond Fox Dail Freytag Carlo Gaines Roseanna Gardner Katherine Gasser Barbara Geddes Carol Gerber Kathryn Gerber Loren Gilbert Mark Gilbreath jane Gilliland Claudia Glass Cindy Godfrey Gilbert Gonzales joseph Gonzales Terry Goodlett Gerre Goodman Connie Goodrick Margaret Graham judy Graves Andrew Gray Manley Gray Connie Greeno Linda Gregorich Donna Griswold james Gronewold Tonia Gugliel- melli David Gunter james Hall Sharon Hand jerilyn Hansen Wray Hansen joette Hanson Mary Harbert Reta Harder Barbara Harry Dwight Harshman Juv' VNU? 3. 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Q I . . of 31' X . ,vh- KTM' Linda 1-Iartzell Keith Hass Pat Hawes Terry Hawn Cathy Haymond Barbara Head Katherine Hegg Katherine Helton Rhonda Hendricks Ronald Herdt Steven Hermann Max Herrell Roberta Highland Jim Hobbs Michelle Hodgin Steve Hoffman Jill Hogoboom Denni Holcombe Linda Horino Karen Hornbeck Kristine Horvat Glenna Hosmer James Hughes Carol Hurd Janet Hurd Linda Huston Pat Hutchings Robert Ishman Sandra Jocaby Joan Janke X Andra Jarman Catherine Jarrett Jeanette Jarrett Jacqueline Jensen Cheryl Johnson Janice Jones Randy Jones Carol Jergensen Linda Keefer Keven Kelly Lynn Kendter Sharon Kingrey janice Kisela joy Klemmetsen Margret Klomhaus Rosemary Knodel Galen Koen Everett Kowalke Linda Kreider Maurice Kreuzer Terry Krout Paulette Laguardia Kathleen Lambert jack Larche Richard Laurent Pamela Lee Deborah Leimer Deborah Lenich Pamela LePort David Levering janet Lewis Joyce Lewis Mark Lewis Valerie Light Clair Lile Charles Lockwood Donald Logan Charles Lowe Nancy Lowry Nicholas Lucci john Maddox .JHQYL 591 4233? . tiff' is Qt ,aa iff 'i L L if " K 1 . ,E ..,-A 5 ,. 6 5 1. x 'sq Q . 1. if 'ix X 'X i w .1 f-QI ,R r ig? . 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F' e 1 , ma.-J .2-.1 wr AIX. 2, 1""" 15' , my by Sci ,M Carol Majeres Mary Io Marfitano Barbara Marohnich Linda Martin Art Maston Mark Mathivct David Mattox Robert McCrery jerry McKinney Trena McLaughlin Woody McReynold jane Mead Janice Mead Rose Mead Kathy Meffley Raymond Merciez Marsha Meyer Dorothy Meyers Charla Midgett Linda Middle- Swart Christine Miller Mark Miller Hazel Monen Lois Morris Beth Morton Lani Mueller Paula Mueller james Murch Gregory Neiss Charles Nelson Robert Nelson Elizabeth Newman Dan Niblack Don Niblack Bonnie Nichols Michael Noble Rebecca Nordick Les Normandin Particia Norton Karen Nugent Particia Ogden Rena Ogden joseph Palas Maureen Palmer Pamela Pantano Paul Pardo Hayden Parrott Iudy Parsel jane Patrick Steven Patterson Patty Payte Hollis Pence Charles Phillips Judy Phillips john Price Steven Price Kenneth Rachal Iohn Rae Patti Rasmussen Robert Reed Douglas Reeves Marita Reiber Michael Richards Paul Richards Ronald Richards john Rider Linda Roberts Lisette Roberts Kristan Robinson Richard Robuck Donny Rogers Dianne Rowe Nancy Rynearson Nikki Saito Mike Sanderson Roger Santeramo Kathleen San- topietro Karen Schneider Barbara Schomer Peter Schuvie Iahron Scott Steve Sebaugn Esther Seeber Karen Seifert iq. -' fl Q hm Q Sen' ' Af M, 4 237 1 Q' "'.-' ,F-yu Q M ' . iv . 5, . 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RICHARD ALDINGER Art Club 33 Chess Club 23 Stamp Club 2 BRIAN ALLEN Track 1, 23 Spanish Club 13 Football 2. RONALD AMOS CHRIS ANDERSON IRC 13 Drama Club 23 Thespians 23 FTA 23 Pep Club 2, 33 Spanish Club 3. LINDA ANDERSON Home Ec. Club 1, 23 Pep Club 23 Youth for Christ 1, 2, 3. PHIL ANDERSON Choir 1, 2, 33 Junior Class Play 23 Senior Class Play 33 All School Play 23 Drama Club 33 IRC 33 Speech Club 33 Folk Music Club 1 BOB BAERG Basketball 1, 2, 33 Football 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Redskin Arrow 2, 33 Dart 3. LIVIA BAGNOLI IRC 33 Russian Club 33 AFS 33 Ski Club 33 Yearbook 3. STEVE BARNES Marching Band 1, 2, 33 Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Bridge Club 3. BETSY BARTLETT French Club 1, 2, 3 Secretary 33 Yearbook 2, 33 European Tour 23 Pep Club 2, 33 Drama Club 23 Educational Tour 23 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 33 Speech Club 3. DONNA BATES Pep Club 13 Latin Club 13 Yearbook 1, 33 Speech Club 2, 33 Drama Club 2, 33 Thespians 1, 2, 33 One Act Plays 13 Junior Class Play 13 Redskin Arrow 2, 33 Dart 33 Copy Editor of Yearbook 3. JUDI BATH Pep Club 23 GAA 33 Choir. BARBARA BATHURST Russian Club 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 IRC 2. LINDA BAUGH 7 Band 1, 2, 33 French Club 2, 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 3. SHARON BAUMGARD IRC 33 Choir 13 Girls' Choir 2, 3. ANN BAUMGARTNER Band 1, 2, 33 Bridge Club 3. CANDI BELL French Club 1, 23 FTA 23 Girls' Gymnastics 2, 33 Redskin Arrow 33 Modern jazz 3. DARLENE BENDER Home Ec. Club 1, 23 IRC 33 Redskin Arrow 3. STEVE BENNETT Football 1, 2, 33 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Marching Band 1 Vice President 13 Choir 13 Band 23 Redskin Arrow 2, 33 Dart 33 Concert Band 33 Advanced Choir 33 Student Council 3. LYNNE BERNHARD IANICE BLACK MARSI-IA BLACK GAA 13 Home Ec. Club 1, 33 Pep Club 2. RUTH BOEHME SAL BOSCIA Wrestling 1, 2. SUSAN BOYCE Orchestra 1, 23 Choir 1, 2, 33 FTA 13 Office Practice 33 Bridge Club 3. GARY BROOKS Football 1, 2, 33 Track 1. JODY BROPHY GAA 13 IRC 33 Ski Club 3. BILL BROWN Track 2, 33 Football 3. MARY BRUENINGSEN IRC 33 Librarian 3. IANICE BRUNKHARDT Pep Club 1, 2. JANICE BUEB Pep Club 23 Bridge 3. RUTH BURKETT Pep Club 23 Red Cross 3. BARBARA BURTON Band 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Spanish Club 13 Drama Club 2. LINDA CALDWELL Choir 13 FTA 1, 2, 3 Treasurer 33 Advanced Chorus 2, 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Yearbook 33 Spanish Club 23 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 33 Drama Club 33 Speech Club 3. DANNY CAMPBELL Golf 1, 2. DOROTHY CARLSON FTA 3. LINDA CELENTANO Pep Club 1, 23 Bridge Club 3. JEANNINE CHAMPION IRC 1, 2, 33 French Club 1, 2, 3 Vice President 33 Drama Club 23 Yearbook 33 Senior Class Play 33 Redskin Arrow 3. BARRY CHAPMAN ROXANNE CHINN Pep Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 1, 33 French Club 2, 33 Student Council 33 Librarian 3. LON CIOCCHETTI ESTHER CLAPPER Art Club 33 Junior Prom Queen Escort 2. LINDA COLELLA Pep Club 1. CHERYL COOK Russian Club 3. CHARLES COOPER Band 1, 2, 33 Bridge Club 2, 3. MIKE COUCH Audio Visual 2, 33 Latin Club 2, 3. CINDI COX Redskin Arrow 2, 33 Quill and Scroll 2, 33 SENIOR ACTIVITIES IRC 33 Librarian 33 Red Cross 33 Orchestra 1, 2, 3. PAULA CRESS Pep Club 1. SI-LARON CRUTHERS Spanish Club 13 Art Club 2, 33 FHA 2. MILTON CUNNINGHAM Audio Visual 1, 2, 33 IRC 33 Latin Club 13 Thespians 1, 2, 33 Drama Club 2, 33 Speech Club 3. MICHAEL DARLAND Student Council 2, 33 Football 1, 33 Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 French Club 2, 33 Latin Club 33 IRC 2, 33 Science Club 3. REBECCA DASH Pep Club 2, 33 GAA 1, 2 Vice President 23 Yearbook 2, 3. ED DAUENHAUER TIM DECKER YVONNE DE FUR Pep Club 1, 23 Spanish Club 1, 2, 33 IRC 33 GAA 13 Student Council 23 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 33 National Honor Society 2, 33 R- 1 Award 1. SANDRA DEGENI-IART Pep Club 23 Home Ec. Club 1. JERRY DE MONTIGNY Track 2, 33 Football 3. BOB DE MOSS Track 13 Advanced Choir 1, 2, 3 Latin Club 1, 2, 33 President 23 Modernaires 2, 33 French Club 33 Junior Class Play 23 Speech Club 33 Spring Concert 2. RAY DE NIRO ANNETTE DI TIRRO Student Council 3. PAT DIVIS Home Ec Club 13 German Club 1 DICK DIXON MIKE DONNELLY Wrestling 1. BOBBY DORRIS Student Council 13 FI-LA 2 Parliamentarian 2, treasurer 33 Spanish Club 2, 3. KAREN DOYLE Pep Club 2, 33 IRC 2, 3. BARBARA DRONE Home Ec. Club 1, 23 Yearbook 2, 33 Redskin Arrow 2, 33 Pep Club 2. ELIZABETH DUKE Band 1, 23 Stage Band 1, 23 Mixed Chorus 3. PAULA EARLE Pep Club 1. CANDY EI-IMKA Student Council 23 Pep Club 13 Spanish Club 1, 33 IRC 33 FTA 33 Choir 1, 33 AFS 2. BOB EKBIAD German Club 1, 2, 33 Yearbook 33 Redskin Arrow 33 Tennis 2, 33 Speech Club 3 STEVE EKMARK Art Club 33 Marching Band 1, 2, 3. MARY ELSTON IRC 23 Chorus 1, 2, 3. BRUCE ENDERLE DIANE ENGEL Art Club 33 Advanced Chorus 2, 3. MIKE ERBE JOHN EVANS Wrestling 13 Orchestra 13 Student Council 33 Yearbook 33 Redskin Arrow 33 German Club 1, 3. MARK F ENSKE Student Council 33 Football 13 Basketball 1, 33 Choir 1, 2, 33 Redskin Arrow 3. MARTIN FENSKE Basketball 23 Advanced Choir 33 Football 3. Senior Class Vice President. DICK FENTON Marching Band 1, 2. JOHN FERGUSON Football 2, 33 Weightlifting 3. DANA FIELD Wrestling 1, 2, 33 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 33 Student Council 13 Baseball 1. JERRY FINGER Band 1, 2, 3. JOYCE FINN Spanish Club 13 FTA 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 1. BILL FLINT Latin Club 1, 2. STEVE FOLMER Art Club 2, 33 Drama Club 33 Thespians 2, 33 Ski Club 3. JOLYNNE FRANK Home Ec. Club 13 German Club 23 Redskin Arrow 3. BOB F REENAN Baseball 13 Track 23 Football 3. RICK GAER ROBERT GAGNON IRC 3. KATHY GAINES Spanish Club 1, 23 All School Play 1, 2. VIERI GAINES Student Council 33 Wrestling 1, 23 Latin Club 2. RON GALLOWAY Audio Visual Club 1, 2, 33 Science Club 1, Marching Band 1, 2, 33 Drama Club 2, 33 Dance Band 1, 2, 33 Cross-Country 3. SHARON GANN DELBERT GAY Student Council 33 Choir 13 Advanced Choir 2, 33 Modernaires 2, 33 Octet 2, 33 Baseball 1. MICHELE GERMAINE Student Council 33 Pep Club 1, 2 Secretary 23 French Club 1, 2, 33 Drama Club 2, 33 Speech Club 33 Yearbook 1, 23 All School Play 23 Junior One Act 23 Prom Royalty 3. ROBERT GHERING RALPH GIARDINO IRC 33 One Act Play 23 Bowling team 1. SENIOR ACTIVITIES GLENNA GELLESPIE FHA 1, 2, 35 IRC 2, 35 Ski Club 3, BRUCE GILLILAND PAM GOCHEE SHERRY GOINGS Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Art Club 35 GAA 3. GERALD GOLDSMITH GWEN GORDON GAA 2. GARY GORSLINE MARGO GOULD GAA 1, 2, 35 Modern Dance 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Drama Club 25 IRC 35 Redskin Arrow 3. MARSHA GOULD Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 GAA 15 IRC 3. JACQUI GRAY Voice of Youth 15 Art Club 35 Bowling 1, 2, 3. JACK GREGG Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 35 Student Council 1, 25 Student Body President 35 One Act Play 25 Boys State 35 Redskin Arrow 3. KENT GREENO Track 1, 2. PEGGY GRIBBEN Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 German Club 25 Russian Club 35 Yearbook 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Drill team 2, 35 Drill Leader 35 Student Council 1, 35 Homecoming Queen 35 Senior Class Vice President 35 Prom Committee 2. RICHARD GRINDE HOWARD GRISSOM KAREN GUENTHER Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Drill team 2, 35 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Speech Club 35 Drama Club 25 Educational Tour 25 Yearbook 2, 3. JIM GUNTER Football 1, 2. BILL HAASE CONNIE HALL SANDI HAMILTON Band 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 1, 2, 3. DALE HANCOCK A Club 1, 2, 35 Vice President 35 Tennis 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 35 Redskin Arrow 3. DIANA HANSEN Scholastic Art Club KAREN HANSEN Latin Club 1, 3. CHRIS HANSON Pep Club 15 French Dlub 2, 35 IRC 35 Yearbook 35 Bridge Club 3. SUSAN HARDER French Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 1, 25 FTA 15 IRC 1, 35 Pep Club 2. CINDY HARTZ Spanish Club 15 German Club 25 Prom Committee 2. TEX HAUSTEIN Band 1, 2. SYDNEY I-IAWBAKER Pep Club 25 GAA 1, 2, 3 President 2, 35 Office Practice. CHARLOTTE HAYMOND KIETH HECHT Wrestling 1, 2, 3. BILL HEDDEN Cross Country 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 35 Track 25 Spanish Club 2. CINDEE HEGG KATHIE HENDERSON Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Drill Team 2, 35 Pep Club President 35 French Club 2, 35 Student Council 35 Yearbook 35 Redskin Arrow 35 Pep Council 3. PAM HENKE Art Club 35 Home economic Club 3. MARY JO HENRY Home Economics Club 15 Marching band 1, 2, 35 Concert Band 2, 35 Jr. -Sr. Band 3. LINDA HERDT FTA 1, 2, 3 Secretary 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 25 Latin Club 2, 35 IRC 35 Year- book 2, 3 Committee Head 35 Choir 1, 25 Bridge Club 35 FHA 1. TOM HICKS Basketball 1, 2. BEVERLY HILL PAUL HILLENBRAND Basketball 1. BRUCE HOFFMAN Wrestling 1, 2, 3. JIM HOLCONIBE Student Council 35 Tennis 1, 2, 35 Gymnastics 25 Baseball 15 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 A Club 1, 2, 35 Speech Club 2,35 Tau Sigma 35 Educational Tour 25 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 National Honor 2, 35 R-1 Award 1, 2, 3. MARILYN HORRISBERGER Marching Band 1, 2, 35 FTA 15 Russian Club 1. JOM I-IORST Gymnastics 1, 2, 35 A Club 1, 25 DON HOSMAN KATHY HUGHES French Club 1, 2, 35 Drama Club 2, 3 Treasurer 35 Speech Club 3 Secretary 3. DIANE HURDS TROM Latin Club 15 FHA 2, 3. ARNA HUTCHINSON Band 1, 2, 35 Concert Band 2, 35 Dance Band 25 FTA 1, 2. CHUCK HUTTON TIM JACKSON Student Council 35 Basketball 15 Tennis 2, 35 Baseball 15 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 MARY ANN JANKE WAYNE JENSEN Baseball 15 Concert Band 2, 35 Track 3. VICKI JETER Student 1, 2, 35 French Club 1, 25 Art Club 35 Homecoming attendant 3. SENIOR ACTIVITIES HELEN JOHNSON Chorus 35 Yearbook 35 Prom Committee 2. French Club 2, 3. RON LEBSACK JOYCE JOHNSON Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Exchange Trip 2. KENT JOHNSON WILLARD JOHNSON Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Russian Club 1, 2, 3. LINDA JOHNSTON Pep Club 1, 25 Yearbook 35 Prom Committee 2. FLOYD JONES Redskin Arrow 25 German Club 2, 35 IRC 3. MICKEY JONES Marching Band 1, 35 Wrestling 15 Band 35 Audio Visual 25 Dance Band 2. PATRICK JONES CRAIG KALLI-IOFF Baseball 15 Basketball 1. MIKE KELLER NORMA KELLER Pep Club 1. SHANNON KELLY County Choir 2, 35 FTA 1, 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 German Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 French Club 35 Drama Club 35 Bridge Club 35 Advanced Choir 2, 35 Yearbook 3. LINDA KERR Pep Club 15 French Club 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 23 IRC 35 Bridge Club 3. CAROL KILLIP French Club 35 Yearbook 35 Redskin Arrow 3. KRIS KINSEY SUZIE KLAMM Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Drill Team 2, 35 French Club 25 Yearbook 2, 35 Redskin Arrow 2, 35 Dart 35 IRC 35 AFS 35 Ski Club 1, 3. JO ANN KNEIFL Spanish Club 1, 25 Band 1, 35 Choir 2, 35 Twirler 15 25 35 Yearbook 2, 3. CANDI KONOLA GAA 15 Drama Club 2, 35 Secretary 35 Junior Class Play 25 Thespians 2, 35 German Club 2, 3 Secretary 35 French Club 35 Pep Club 25 Senior Class Play 3. KATHY KORAS MARK KRANK STEVE KRAUSE Cross Country 2. CAROL KREIDER GAA 15 Office Practice 3. TRENT LANCELOT Student Council 1, 35 Basketball 1, 25 Base- ball 15 Latin Club 3. CATHY LARSON Spanish Club 15 Pep Club 1, 25 Cheerleader 25 Student Council 15 Advanced Chorus 2, 35 Beginning Chorus 15 Thespians 3. PAM LAUGHLIN LINDA LAUTENBACH FTA 1, 2, 35 Drama Club 35 Speech Club 35 Pep Club 25 Spanish Club 15 Gymnastics 15 Weight Lifting 15 Spanish Club 15 Advanced Choir 2, 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 Golf 25 Spanish Club Sergeant-At-Arms 2, President 35 IRC 3. STEPHEN LEESON EDWARD LENICI-I Marching Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 3. NINA LIGHT Secretary Sophomore Class 15 Student Council 1, 2, 35 GAA 15 Pep Club 25 IRC 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Latin Club 2 Secretary 35 Bridge Club 2, 35 National Honor Society 2, 35 Mur Alpha Theta 2, 35 Junior Class Play 25 R-1 Award 1, 25 Educational Tour 25 Yearbook 35 Prom Committee 2. CHRIS LINDENBERG ER Band 1, 2, 35 Gymnastics 25 Thespians 2, 35 Speech 25 One Act Plays 1, 25 Junior Class Play 25 All School Play 2, Musical 2, 35 Advanced Choir 3. CLINT LOGAN Band 1, 2, 35 Football 15 Basketball 1, 2. REG LONG Band 15 Football 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1. VICKI LOWE GAA 15 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Pep Club 25 IRC 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 R-1 Award 2. CURT LYBARGER JERRY MAC GUFFIE Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 25 Track 1, 2. PAT MACHIA Home Ec. Club 15 Pep Club 25 Mixed Chorus 35 Redskin.Arrow 3. BOB MALLOW Track 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 15 Student Council 35 A Club 2, 3, President 3. BETTI MARKHAM Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Drill Team 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Drama Club 2, 35 Russian Club 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 1, 2, 35 Senior Class Play 35 Ski Club 2, 35 Redskin Arrow 35 European Tour 25 Prom Committee 2. LINDA MARTENSON PATRICIA MARTIN GAA 1. BILL MARTIN Mr. Redskin 2, 35 Thespians 2, 35 Track 15 Drama Club 25 Band Announcer 2, 35 Student Council 2, 35 Redskin Arrow 3. DIANE MATLOCK JACK MAXFIELD STEVE MAXVV ELL Football 15 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3. ROGER MAY Track 1. MARK MC CAMMOND SENIOR ACTIVITIES PATRICIA MC CARTHY Club 35 Redskin Arrow 3. Pep Club 15 French Club 1, 2, 35 Drum KAREN MUNDINE Student Council 1, 25 Sophomore Class President 15 Latin Club 1, 25 French Club 1, 2, 35 TACT Majorette 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 1, 3. JIM MC DANIEL Band 1, 2, 3. Committee 15 Pep Council 1, 25 Ski Club 1, KATHLEEN MC DONALD 2, 35 Pep Club 15 Sophomore Homecoming Art Club 3. Attendant5 Yearbook 15 Class Vice President PATRICIA MC FALL 25 Speech Club 2, 35 IRC 2, 3. Pep Club 2 GLENDA MUSE LINDA MC HATTON JOHN NEIBERGER Pep Club 1,2. Gymnastics 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 French DONNA MC KAY Club 35 Redskin Arrow 2. Pep Club 15 French Club 1, 2, 35 Student Ex- BILL NETTLEBLAD change Trip 25 Bridge Club 35 Yearbook 35 Wrestling 2, 35 Marching Band 1, 2, 35 Concert IRC 35 R-1 Award 2. Band 1, 2, 35 Weight Lifting 2. DAVE MEAD JERRY NEWILL MARY BETH MEADOR Intramural Basketball 1, 2, 35 IRC 35 Science Band 1, 2, 35 Little Concert Band 35 Marching Club 3. Band 1, 2, 35 Advanced Choir 35 Girls' Choir DON NICHOLAS 25 Home Ec. Club 1, 3. Basketball 15 Latin Club 1. LARRIE MEFFLEY JAN NICHOLS Gymnastics 1, 25 Prom Committee 2. Twirler 2, 35 Marching Band 1, 2, 35 Concert BILL MEIER Band 35 Pep Club 15 German Club 25 MARGO MEINKE French Club 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 25 Yearbook Speech Club 25 Senior Class Play 35 Yearbook 1, 2, 35 Advanced Chorus 35 Educational Tour 25 Drama Club 35 Speech Club 3. 2. ROBERTA MEYER CHERYL NOLTA Student Council 1, 2, 35 Art Club 35 Redskin Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 25 Bridge Club 3 Arrow 35 Yearbook 3. TOM NUSS Football 25 Track 1. Student Council 2- Prom Committee 2 MARGARET OICON-NOR LAUREL MILLER ' ' ' French Club 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 1, 35 Advanced , Choir 2, 35 Drama Club 25 National Honor PEP Club 1' 29 Spamsh Club 11235 IRC 35 2 3- R-1 Award 1, 2- Modemaires 3- octet 3. GAA 1, 25 AFS 2, 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 SAND? 6RTEN I ' Natlonal Honor 2' 3' Home Ec. Club 25 Youth for Christ 1, 2, 3. IIQQNTQIQ STEVE OTSUKI Pep Club 1 2. Drill Team 2. Yearbook 2 3 Student Council 1, 35 Tennis 1, 2, 35 Baseball , ' ' , ' ,' 15 National Honor 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 35 Mu Alpha Editor 35 Redskin Arrow 2, 35 Dart 35 Quill Theta 2 3. Spanish Club 1. Boys, State 2. and Scroll 2, 3. SUSAN PARkEi5 ' STEVE MILLER PATQKPIYIELLS ZIQSTEQSI5 Igep Club 15 IRC 35 Speech Club 35 ' JAMES PAUL GENEVA MITCHELL Baseball 1, 25 Football 25 Wrestling 15 Redskin JUDY MONGER Arrow 3. 5 BOB MORRIS DARRELL PEACI-IEY ' BOB MOSS JERI PECI-IIN i Band 35 Dance Band 1, 25 Track 2, 35 Spanish Club 15 Pep Club 25 IRC 35 Student I Wrestling 25 Basketball 35 Marching Band 1, 35 Council 1, 2, 35 Advanced Choir 35 Junior Intramurals 1, 2, 3. Class Play 25 Office Practice 35 Redskin CAROL MOTLEY Arrow 3. Pep Club 1, 25 Student Council 1, 25 Yearbook CAROL PEDOTTO 2,35 Redskin AITOW 35 Drill Team 2. Spanish 15 2, 35 Yearbogk 25 33 BRUCE MOUNSEY LOU PERKO VICKY MOYA Football 1, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3. Home Ec. Club 25 Redskin Arrow 3. BILL PETERS RICHARD MUEI-I-ER Marching Band 1, 35 Concert Band 1,35 Dance 5 JANE MULLER Band 25 3, Pep Club 2, 35 Drill Team 35 Spanish Club 15 CAROL PETERS I Latin Club 2, 35 Yearbook 35 Drama Club 25 Ski Redskin Arrow 33 French Club 25 3, 178 . SENIOR ACTIVITIES GARY PETERSEN Student Council 25 Mu Alpha Theta 25 Foot- ball 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2. JOE PFEIFER GARY PHILLIPS Russian Club President 15 Student Council 15 German Club 2, 35 Thespians 2, 3 President 35 FTA 35 Drama Club 35 Speech Club 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Cross Country 15 Track 1, 2 Junior Class Play 25 All School Play 25 Senio Class Play 35 Redskin Follies 2. ANNE PICHETTE Student Council 15 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 15 National Honor 1, 2. DICK PIPER Wrestling 1, 25 TINA PITTENGER Student Council 15 Advanced Choir 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Drill Team 1, 25 Yearbook 35 Junior Class Play 25 Senior Class Play 35 Homecoming Attendant 35 Secretary of Thespians 35 Redskin Arrow 35 Junior Class One Act Play 2. REX POWELL Marching Band 1, 2, 35 Pep Band 25 Dance Band 35 Junior Class Play 25 Senior Class Play 35 Thespians 3. MARVA PRATHER MICHAEL PUCKETT BEN PYATT Student Council 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Baseball 25 Basketball 1, 2- Track 15 5 1 I Marching Band 15 Little Concert Band 2, 35 Student Executive Council 3. MARLIN PYLES Marching Band 1, 25 Redskin Follies 1, 25 Stage Crew 1, 2, 35 Audio Visual 1, 25 Senior Class Play 3. BILL QUINN LAURA JANE RATHS IRC 1, 35 French Club 1, 35 German Club 35 AFS 2, 35 Student Council 25 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 National Honor Society 2, 3. DIANE RAY JERRY RAY Band 15 Football 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 25 Base- ball 15 A Club 2, 35 Latin Club 25 Chess Club 1, 25 LYLE REASONER Track 2, 35 Cross Country 35 LEE REC KTENWALL Marching Band 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Track 25 Student Council 35 BA RBA RA REED J I' Student Council 1, 25 Student Body Officer 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Officer 1, 25 Drill Team 2, 35 French Club 1, 2, 35 Ski Club 2, 35 Home- coming Attendant 25 Yearbook 1, 2, 35 Prom Committee 25 Junior Escort 25 One Act Play 25 Choir 1, 2, 35 Executive Council 35 Sophomore Chorus 15 YFC 1, 2, 35 BILL REEVES TOM RICCI KEN RICKARD Football 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 35 Advanced Choir 35 RON RICKARD Football 2 5 MARSHA RILL Student Council 15 Red Cross 15 Gymnastics 1, 25 Pep Club 15 CARYL RISS French Club 1, 2, 35 Thespians 2, 35 Junior Class Play 25 Redskin Arrow 25 Speech Club 35 IRC 35 French Club 35 Drama Club 35 Mixed Chorus 3. DIANE RIVERA JANE RIVERA Pep Club 25 Prom Committee 25 CAROLYN ROBERTS Drama Club 25 Librarian 35 One Act Play 2 Choir 15 Girls Chorus 25 Advanced Choir 3, JOHN ROMERO Cross Country 15 Wrestling 15 Choir 15 DARLHNIE ROTH Pep Club 25 FI-IA 25 Homecoming Committee 29 DOUGLAS ROSE BOB ROSTAD Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 Science Club 35 National Honor Society 25 SI-IELLY RUFFA TTI Chorus 15 Advanced Choir 2, 35 Pep Club 1 IRC 2, 35 Yearbook 35 SUSIE RYAN French Club 1, 25 Thespians 2, 35 Junior Class Play 25 Senior Class Play 35 Redskin Follies 25 Drama Club 3 KEN RYNEARSON PEG SANDERS Pep Club 2, 35 IRC 1, 2, 35 GAA 1, 2, 35 Science Club 35 Red Cross 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 35 Russian Club 1, 2, 35 Student Council 2 Librarian 35 AFS 2, 35 DAVE SAVAGE IRC 35 Science Club 35 Basketball 35 Track 3 JOE SCI-IAFER Football 15 Golf 15 ROSANN SCHAFFER Pep Club 1, 2-5 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 Quill and Scroll 2, 35 IRC 35 Redskin Arrow 2, 3 Dart 3, Yearbook 2, 35 TOM SCHNEIDER Football 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 MARY SCI-IOFIELD GREG SCHOOLEY Track 1, 2, 35 MARK SCI-IROEDER Band 1, 25 Concert Band 25 Advanced Choir 2 IUDY REED 35 Modemaires 2, 35 Mixed Octet 25 School SENIOR ACTIVITIES Photographer 1, 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 Latin Club 15 French Club 35 Audio Visual 2, 35 Chess Club 2. LINDA SCHULTZ Home Ec. Club 15 CHERRY SELKE DAVID SHANLEY HAL SHEARER VINCE SI-IERRY Choir 15 Latin Club 25 Chess Club 25 Redskin Arrow 25 Advanced Choir 2, 35 Basketball 35 Modernaires 35 Octet 35 FRED SHOTKOSKE SARA SHREEVE Office Practice 35 GALEN SISTO Baseball 1, 2, 35 Student Council 35 NEVA SLATER ANDREW SMITH Marching Band 1, 2, 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 35 French Club 1, 2, 35 Bridge Club 2, 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 JACK SNHTH TRISH SMITH Student Council 1, 25 Pep Cllb 1, 2, 35 Drama Club 1, 25 Yearbook 2, 15 Speech Club 35 Thespians 2, 35 Cheerleader 35 TACT Council 1, 25 Sophomore Play 15 Junior Play 25 All School Play 25 Senior Play 35 Redskin Follies 25 One Act Play 15 ROBERT SMITH Wrestling 15 Chorus 35 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 French Club 35 Chess Club 15 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 RON SMITH Band 1, 25 Senior Class Play 35 Speech Club 35 German Club 2, 35 Cross Country 25 THERESA SMITH French Club 1, 2, 35 FTA 15 VALERIE SMITH French Club 1, 2, 35 Redskin Arrow 25 Girls Choir 15 Mixed Chorus 35 Spanish Club 35 Drama Club 35 Speech Club 35 Art Club 35 IRC 35 Senior Class Play 35 One Act Play 35 JIM SODERI-IOLM German Club 15 Marching Band 1, 25 Art Club 35 Track 15 CHRISTINE SOMMERS FBLA 25 Bowling Club 15 CAROLE SORRELL Pep Club 1, 25 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 JANE SPRINGER Home Ec. Club 2, 35 Art Club 35 Spanish Club 15 JERRY STAGE Football 35 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Basketball 1, 25 Cross Country 2, 35 FRED STAIBLE Marching Band 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 2, 35 Dance Band 25 Science Club 2, 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 BARBARA STARR Pep Club 25 Latin Club 2, 35 French Club 2, 35 Redskin Arrow 2, 35 KENT STAUFFER Football 2, 35 Thespians 2, 35 Junior Class Play 25 Track 15 Senior Class Play 35 Advanced Choir 2, 35 DENNIS STECKLEIN Football 1, 2, 35 LAURA STOCKHOLM Band 1, 2, 35 Marching Band 2, 35 WAYNE STORK IRC 35 LINDA STOWERS Pep Club 15 Chorus 15 SANDY SUMMERS Spanish Club 15 FTA 35 IRC 35 Ski Club 35 Bridge Club 35 Yearbook 35 AFS 35 Office Practice 35 JEAN SUTHERLAND Pep Club 1, 25 French Club 2, 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 Yearbook 35 PAMELA SVENDSEN French Club 1, 2, 35 IRC 35 FTA 35 Afs 25 Spanish Club 35 Yearbook 2, 35 Marching Band 15 Bridge Club 35 Ski Club 2, 35 CATI-HE SWANSON Redskin Arrow 35 Pep Club 15 FTA 2, 35 Thespians 2, 35 Ski Club 2, 35 Yearbook 35 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 IRC 35 Latin Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 35 Drama Club 2, 35 Educational Tour 25 Junior Class Play 25 AFS 35 JACKIE SWANSON Class Secretary 35 Pep Club 15 Latin Club 1, 25 Thespian 2, 35 Drama Club 25 Yearbook 2, 35 Ski Club 2, 35 LYNN SWANSON Pep Club 1, 25 Russian Club 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 1, 2, 35 FTA 35 IRC 35 Prom Committee 25 Speech Club 35 Bridge Club 35 Ski Club 2, 35 AFS 35 STEVE SWANSON Cross Country 1, 25 German Club 2, 35 Thespians 2, 35 One Act Play 2, 35 Russian Club 1, 2, 35 YVONNE TAYLOR Pep Club 1, 25 German Club 2, 35 Treble Choir 15 DONNA TERRY Home Ec. Club 15 GAA 15 MARLENE TERRY GAA 1, 25 SENIOR ACTIVITIES DOLLY THOES CAROLYN THOMASON Student Council 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 25 Drill Team 25 FTA 25 Russian Club 2, 35 Latin Club 15 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 National Honor Society 2, 35 SANDRA TIDWELL 5 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 GAA 1, 25 Drama Club 35 IRC 35 SHARON TIDWELL Spanish Club 2, 35 IRC 35 JOHN TIPPET Band 1, 2, 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 Dance Band l., 2, 35 BARRY TOBIN Redskin Arrow 25 German Club 2, 35 IRC 35 Stagecraft 35 TIM TOOHEY Wrestling 15 Baseball 15 Latin Club 15 ROSANNE TRAVIS FTA 15 Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 MARY TROXEL Redskin Follies 15 French Club 2, 35 Junior Class Play 25 Gymnastics 25 Thespians 2, 35 Senior Class Play 35 Advanced Choir 35 RUTH TURNQUIST One Act Play 15 IRC 1, 2, 35 Junior Class Play 25 AFS 2, 35 Speech Club 35 Yearbook 35 Senior Class Play 35 JOHN TUROK Baseball 1, 25 LINDA URBAN Student Council 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 25 French Club 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 35 LENNY VANDERHOVEN CHERYL VETTE BARBARA VIDMAR Pep Club 25 French Club 25 PAT WARD Band 1, 25 Football Manager 25 DLANA WARMAN Student Council 1, 25 French Club 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 25 RON WARNER Basketball 1, 25 Baseball 1, 2, 35 Football 1, 2, 35 Student Council 25 Pep Council 25 Class President 25 German Club 15 Chess Club 15 BARBARA WATSON Drama Club 25 Mu Alpha Theta 25 Spanish Club 35 PAM WAY French Club 1, 2, 35 Science Club 1, 2, 35 President 35 Concert Band 2, 35 Marching CARY WEAVER Choir 1, 25 Wrestling 1, 25 CONNIE WEAVER Pep Club 15 Art Club 35 GARY WEAVER Choir 1, 25 Wrestling 15 DIANE WEBSTER Speech Club 15 IRC 25 Orchestra 25 LARRY WEEDLUN Baseball 1, 2, 35 RUSSELL WEISTER Spanish Club 15 Science Club 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 Marching Band 1, 2, 35 R-1 Award 1, 25 National. Honor Society 2, 35 DORIS WEST Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Drill Team 35 IRC 35 Year- book 2, 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 HARRY WESTFALL ' School Play 1, 2, 35 Track 25 STEVE WILES Gymnastics 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 35 A Club 2, 35 Senior Class Play 35 AURILLA WILKIE HEATHER WILKIE Modernaires 2, 35 Dance Band 1, 2, 35 March- ing Band 1, 2, 35 Advanced Choir 1, 2, 35 Drama Club President 35 Speech Club Presi- dent 35 Thespians 2, 35 Redskin Follies 1, 25 All School Play 35 Debate Team 35 Octet 25 Orchestra 1, 2, 35 Yearbook 35 NANCY WILSON Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 Pep Club 1, 25 IRC 35 Yearbook 35 LLOYD WINGER Football 1, 2, 35 Science Club 2, 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 Concert Band 2, 35 March- ing Band 1, 2, 35 R-1 Award 1, 2, 357National Honor Society 2, 35 BARBARA WINN Spanish Club 1, 2, 35 GAA 2, 35 Russian Club 3 JACK WINTON Marching Band 1, 2, 35 IRC 1, 2, 35 Librarian 3 German Club 35 Russian Club 35 CAROLE WISE Home Ec. Club 25 BELINDA WOLFE KAREN WOOLF Student Council 15 Spanish Club 15 R-1 Award 15 FTA 2, 35 Prom Committee 25 National Honor Society 25 DORIS YANTIS STEVE YOUNG Track 1, 25 Cross Country 25 RHODA ZIEGLER Pep Club 1, 2, 35 Cheerleader 2, 35 Head Band 1, 2, 35 Mu Alpha Theta 2, 35 R-1 Award Cheerleader 35 Student Council 35 Home Ec. 1, 25 National Honor Society 2, 35 ciub 3, Television, Stereo, Musical Instruments, Rentals Sales, Service, Instruction, and Accessories. DANNY'S the best in Men's razor cutting and hair styling. ARVADA PLAZA Music at Tv, INC. Sam and Sylvia Golub 9518 West 58th Avenue Phone 422-2651 Congratulations To THE CLASS OF'66 THE VILLA 9609 West 57th Place 422-2385 Consistently S100 to S5300 Below The Denver Market JCHNNIE HARPER FORD 3800 Wadsworth, Wheatriclge HA 2-0412 Open evenings 'till 9 SITZMARK LTD. Arvada's Only Complete Ski Shop Arvada Plaza 9510 W. 58th Ave. --Arvada, Colo. 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