Cleveland High School - Legend Yearbook (Portland, OR)

 - Class of 1959

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Hurried conversations . . . slamming of locker doors... shuffling of feet . . . rock 'n' roll music sweeping across the cafeteria . ringing of the last bell . . . teachers . . .voices of guidance . . . conferences and lectures . . . these are the sounds of Cleveland that help make the school what it is. N The pounding of hammers and the buzzirrgs of saws as the workmen hurry to complete Cleveland's spacious new wing. Sounds of the City The roar of traffic . . . the hum of business . . . the jingle of the cash register . . . sounds of the city's progress . . . our future -the world we are being trained to build. Here . . . many ways to improve ourselves, our homes,iour surroundings, our community . . . ideas for better living, which stretch and develop to cover new territories and build-up those that are still growing. Students learn to handle worldly responsibilities. f,..,.,.y....,f,,.,.,,,i.,.,f.,iw.. 1 A 1 ,L 15 - K' N ,, fl' ,, vijfi' Q o Q ye' 59 Aj , I. 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K' flysi' U' 9 ,rf ji, ' . , W 'i ' 'Y 7' Wu L, ' Ln., , V Lg X., K K f if VFWVQI1 . 1 1 3 V.,-f IQ' . 45 .145 4,315 f f ' .1 , 1, A ff X 2' ,W 'L L I N iff, ' 4 A Elyj X i 1, V A I .K ,rfff . J sf Q' f ,Sf ' ,ff ,Y ,fy , iff ' , 'f 4' ' x' ' 1 LM! nf High on top of the west hills, we look out across the busy city toward Cleveland High School. f 2 , A V MH xy f v ' J eb? A, W NATQJJ .1 V, b f A W 5 M v pw J N Lg' H' ic' VU J ,JV , 4. .1 1 pf bf VW 1 1. U Ky 'x J h JJ ff ,ff K, 0' a WUI :rain 7- 'T 'Y wi ,wa im8"'fHu!x4ia K-' Sounds of the cfentury echo in these halls dx I I l l l I I ! f it vu , ga r . x . ' C ,Q . .. h .:.. ' ,wwf ip.-. A hundred years ago on these grounds stood an old log cabin, Clinton Kelly Grade School. The land for the first school was donated by Clinton Kelly, a pioneer, and the first school was built in 1858. This picture shows Clinton Kelly High School. This year, along with the Oregon Centennial, students of Cleve- land High School proudly celebrated their school's centennial, also. K7 V Y . '7 A' E ' Aw , S2 Sf S' LE? f' r " e , -' C?-' ggi, 1 7 if 'E ' , 'Q G90 I ff. Cf? K A 25 .Eiga .. W, 23 -:rf Qi: -45, APY ,4 an. Sladeat gadg . Hmmm , . 0 I I 1 I - ,,.. . f f 1 1 0 I I lgdfd and Vawlez. ...I6 ...25" 102 . 736 . 15? I 7 -1-I Reece Bader, student body president, and Mr. Schwab, member of the school board, take part in dedication ceremonies. i ii A-, 4 H' HL-, En, ., .. , s,.,v iw ze- sw ' fs -' -W , ' .L Capacity audience witnesses stirring dedication ot new gvin. Excitement Released at Dedication Students exploded with excitement as the dedication ceremonies for the new gym began. This event pre- ceeded the vital Grant-Cleveland game. Special guest speakers were Mr. Roy O. Malo, Principal, Mr. W. Edwards, Superintendent, and Mr. Herbert M. Schwab, Director of The Board of Education. The after-game dance, Dedication Drag, was sponsored by the Inter- national Relations Club. Sally Spangler and Dennis NVheeler admire gigantic calcc, part of decorations for "Dedication Dragfi dance sponsored by .. .IQ .ll ll-lnsllln, L.. ll? ir - 7 7 'ani g Dave Long, senior "King of Hearts." K. Orwick, L. Mayo, D. Long, Kingg C. Merritt, R. Lehl made up handsome "King of Hearts" Court. Dances Highlight School Year Soft lights, soft music descriptive of both the King of Hearts and' Enchanted Wonderland, Christmas formal. Troleeis annual King of Hearts drew couples from all corners of the city. The Christmas formal, sponsored by Pi Up, Phi Theta, and Kuisti, provided the students with an opportunity to visit with former Clevelandites. Mike Crantis band kept the couples in a lively mood amidst the festive decorations of snowflakes, angel hair and a beautiful White Christmas tree ornameuted with crisp red bows. Soft lights, soft music set mood for Christmas Formal. inks! - W xx XJ , , l . ' I ' , i x Q ' 1 Q X- if tx Xb: x xg N it V1 X lv .tx N t ,C X -f M il X md T x- V T M W w. T w v X X X fx lx W xv 1 NN V P r t as NQEXXX 7 Vt iv A, , , J E N, 2 1 .xy X 1 ,J xr W Y Q f uf tx ,bt y .M . X f Q +V XX' H .G V N VJ A 'xx . , l J bl fu ls U K . V J ' T" ik I xiii MXXXVXX xl X W A 71 I L' xl 'ty , 'J , l I iv h ly vw ft fx, I A "P N 1 x . .N X ' X if Q x . T. My 5 XX J LEFT TO RIGHT: Princess judy Edwards, Queen Mary McKinley, princesses Anne Bristol and X' ' 'L V Annette Davidson escorted bv Reece Bader, jim Sheldrew, NValt Evans, ' XL ty X and john' Morrison respectively. N Tomahawk Stomp First Annual Football Opener Colorful sox . . . crowded gym . . . clamoring Clevelandites . . . these are the sights and sounds of the Tomahawk Stomp. The gym quieted down to a hush as the tense moment of suspense drew near-the queen was to be announced. Suddenly the walls seemed to echo to the screams of delight, as Queen Mary McKinley was presented to the crowd. Her royal scepter, the tomahawk, and the "Good Luck" horseshoe were given to her by Zios, a social service club. Queen Mary then offered the horseshoe to the football team and on behalf of the student body wished them good luck. Although this was the first opening football dance presented by Cleveland students because of the usual football jamboree, discontinued this year, the Tomahawk Stomp was successfully planned and put on by the executive council. Over one-half of the students witnessed the crowning of Queen Mary and the presentation of her Princesses Ann Bristol, Annette Davidson and Iudy Edwards. v jx A CRONVD! Colorful sox were displayed at the dance l LEFT TU RIGHT: Princesses jan Sorenson, Leslie Buckhorn, Carole Ersman, Queen liossie Cox, Linda Corbin, judy Sutter, and Ivona Oliver escorted by princes jiin Zervis, Toni Taylor Gary Alberdt, King Norm XYalker, john Elliot, john Gilbaugh, and Pat Nliles. Senior Class Honor Royalty at Freshie Frolic Screams of approval from the crowd of Freshmen and Seniors could be heard all over Cleveland. Rossie Cox and Norm VValker were announced as Freshie Queen and King at the annual Freshie Frolic presented by the seniors. Other members of the court were: Princesses Leslie Buckhorn, Carol Ersman, jan Sorenson, Linda Corbin, judy Sutter, and lvona Oliver, and Princes: jim Zervis. john Gilhaugh. Tom Taylor, jim Elliot, Gary Alberdt. and Pat Miles. A great "shew" was presented by the senior class emceed by none other than Ed Sullivan alias judy Halverson. The entertainment included the Clue Clops Combos rendition of Flip Top Box, a record logue of Banana Boat, the Four Little Girls, a Charleston number, and several vocal solos. john Morrison's advertising for Sudzy, Dudzy Soap Suds kept the laughter of the crowd loud and continuous. After the program, refreshments were served in the cafeteria. Green and yellow colored crepe paper decorated the tables where cookies and punch were served. Vinnie Dixon, Pat Beardsley, Deanna Dean, and judy Lee presented "The Four Little Girls." llelen Desgrange. Barb NValter, Erlene NVatkins entertained with the Charlestr Royal "C" draws large crowd. Court and Team Honored by Royal C Excitement of lovel rincesses . . . mountin curiosit of all . . . festive Y P g, Y decorations . . . this is the scene of the Royal "C ' Student Body Foot-Ball which honored the football team and ended the successful season. Tension mounted as Mike Gedrose, captain of the team, prepared to announcerthe Queen of the annual event. The long awaited moment finally came when Vinnie Dixon was announced Royal "C" Queen. Screams of approval were heard as a white orchid was presented to Queen Vinnie and white carna- ueen Vinnie beams with leasure at rin- tions to her court: Sharon Branson, Vicki Fix, Etta Ho att, and Marian P P gg cesses Etta Hoggatt and Marian Kristich. Kristichh LEFT TO RIGHT-Princesses Marion Kristich, Etta Hoggatt, Queen Vinnie Dixon, Sharon Branson, and Vickie Fix escorted by Kerry Hilaire, Lee Mayo, Ken Orwick, Cary Merritt, and Ron Gomez. Queen Vinnie escorted by Ken Orwick. ...I W Q? jeannie Knight and Bob Morrow sport their Daisy Mae and Li'l Abner outfits. s ,g,,-ure' Li'l Abner and Daisy Mae Crowned at Twirp Dance Potato sacks, suckers, and hill-billy outfits were the fashion mode at the "Daisy Mae Dragf' the annual Twirp Dance sponsored by Amikki. The dance climaxed a three-day week of courtesy, pigtails, and daisies in the female department and relaxation and pleasure on the part of the male members of the student body. In honor of the fictitious comic strip char- acters Liil Abner and Daisy Mae, the cafeteria was bedecked with comic strips and crepe paper. A gold plunger, carrot bouquet, and radish boutonniere were sported by the best Daisy Mae and Li'l Abner, Jeannie Knight and Bob Morrow, '58 Cleveland graduate, who reigned as king and queen. Another feature of the Twirp was the "Whiskerino', fa beard-growing contestj. To make sure that the girls abided by the rules of courtesy, Amikki sheriffs kept a watch for offenders. i' " 'Q 1gl X ABOVE - Bob Morrow, former Clevelandite, and Jeannie Knight rule at "Daisy Mae Dragf, LEFT - Doree Taylor crowns Ieannie Knight. . . :luv Q QM my Q1 -' "The Divine Flora" -Q---PM Fall Student Body Play Nancy Parker ........ Etta Dean Flora Iohn Morrison .......... Randy Pryor Karen Cruetter .... . . .Mrs. Pryor Wes Haystead ..... .... M r. Pryor Sheldon Renan .... .... R afferty Gary Ewing ....... .... T ex Arlen Nancy Iacobson ..... .......... K it Judi Iack ....... . . .Sharon Pryor The house lights dim . . . the din of the crowd ceases . . . the play begins. The beach cottage of the Pryoris on the New England coast is the scene of the action. Complications arise when everybody assumes that Flora has eloped with Tex Arlen, the singing bandleader, a teenage idol. TOP: Dan Ready and John Morrison. BOTTOM: Dan Ready, Nancy Parker, and John Mornison Sheldon Renan, john Morrison, and Karen Gruetter. John Morrison and Marianne Faveluke. "Harvey," Main Character in Spring Play John Morrison ....... Elwood P. Doud Nancy Jacobson ......... Veta Louise Judi Jack ...... ...... lk flyrtle Mae Dan Ready. . . ,... Dr. Sanderson Bob Peterson .... ..... J udge Caffrey Karen Gruetter. . . .......... Kelly The main character in the spring student body play, "Harvey,,, was a six-foot tall, invisi- ble rabbit. The setting of the story wanders between the Doud home and a mental hos- pital run by Dr. Sanderson, played by Dan Ready. Harvey's friend and protector, Elwood P. Doud . . . played by John Morrison . . . is quite complacent and serious about his com- panion, while his sister, Veta Louise . . . played by Nancy Jacobson . . . is in a highly nervous state over the whole matter. Jolm Morrison, Mike Gedrose, and Dan Ready in , 1 , ff 11. Q 745 . up Q. i l 1 l ...t One of Mr. Roy O. Malo's main duties is to sign important papers in behalf of the school. THE CHOICE IS YOURS A prime responsibility of Cleveland, or any other high school, is to guide and stimulate its students so that they will find and effectively develop those abilities and talents necessary .for thetm not only to give worthy service to their community, state, and nation, but to achieve real personal satisfaction. This objective, however, has little chance for success unless each of you utilizes the opportunities available and achieves as much as possible during your high school years. If you are sincereiin your efforts in this direction, the ideals of a nation founded on opportunity for all will continue to be fulfilled The choice is yours. 18 1 Miss Helen Bowers, Administrative vice-Principal Voices of Guidance Counsel and guidance is given by the vice- principals in varied but important problems. The advice is given by adults possessing the knowledge not yet acquired by the youth. Disci- pline is another important part of their job which calls for understanding and wisdom. Helping us through the high school years are Miss Bowers, vice-principal, and Mr. William Cray, vice- principal. Miss Maurine Laber, head of the curriculum department, supervised those special classes which are enjoyed by all. Distributive educa- tional enrichment programs and student teachers are under Miss Laber's capable jurisdiction. if . I 3 ...,- , N VVilliam Cray, Administrative Vice-Principal Miss Maurine Labcr, Curriculum Vice-Principal QW' we Ykw. ., I ga , Anderson Bader Albert Benson, Hazel Bialostosky Brown Carlon Carlson Clark Copemoll Crary Davis Dunn Faul Fisher Frangipani Fraser Freeman, Marcia an, Robert Gaylord Cile Cunthrie ANDERSON, MISS F LORENCE-Librarian. t BADER, MRS. PHYLLIS-English, Music, Ir. Pep. l BENSON, ALBERT-English, journalism, Blotter visor, Chess. BENSON, MRS. HAZEL - English, Counselor QF r shman Girlsj, Girls League advisor. BIALOSTOSKY, ABE-English, Social Studies, Mat ematics, Com- bined Classes Chainnan, Chess. BROWN, RAY- Social -Studies, Counselor Hun r Boysl, Ir. Masque and Dagger. ' CARLON, MRS. ELSA-English, Social Studies, Sdience. CARLSON, ROY-Social Studies, Counselor fFrelshman Boysl, Scholarship Counselor. CARPENTER, CARL - Social Studies, Science, Fishing and Hiking. CLARK, MRS. GRACE - English, Social Studies, Counselor Csophomore Cirlsl, Modeling. COPERNOLL, MRS. BETTY-English, Social S!+.ldieS, I. R. L. CRARY, PHILLIP-Mathematics, I. R. L. DAVIS, MISS MARTHA-Social Studies. DUNN, JACK-Social Studies, Coaching. ELY, GLENN-Industrial Arts, General Shop, Woodworking. FAUL, DUANE-Science, Ham Radio. FISHER, MRS. LORENA-Latin. F RANGIPANI, FRANK-Foreign Language Department Chair- man, Spanish, Italian, Spanish Club. FRASER, MRS. RUTH-English, Social Studies, Knitting. FREEMAN, MRS. MARCIA-English Department Chairman, English, Modeling. FREEMAN, ROBERT - Mathematics, Mechanical Drawing Camera. CAYLORD, MISS DONNA-Physical Education, Coaching, Modeling. GILE, MRS. ANA-spanish. CUTHRIE, CURTIS-Science, Astronomy. HAGGLUND, AL-Mathematics, Slide Rule. HALSTED, WAYNE-Mathematics, Science Tumbling. HARDIN, MISS MARILYN-Physical Education, Niki. HARDINC, MISS MARY-English Language Department, I. R. L. 1 E Q F K Q? my as Aiwa . ,Y hh l it Vi . . ,,k, 3 5: t Q J- 'bf' Hagglund Halsted Hardin Hill Hobart Hutchison Kems Keupker Laird McLeod McQuaig Maloney HARDY, MRS. ELIZABETH-Effective Reading, Ir. Class advisor, Square Dance. HARMON, FLOYD - Social Studies Department Head, Social Studies Counselor fSophom0re Boysl, F. T. A. HILL, GLENN-Counselor fSenior Boysl, Business Education. HOBART, MISS MAXINE-Homemaking, Weaving, N. H. S. advisor. HUTCHISON, FRANK-Science, Hi-Y advisor, Bowling. JOHNSON, BRUCE-vocal Music, Music Department Chairman. KATACIRI, GEORGE-EE Coordinator, Science, Science Club. KEATS, HARRY--Speech, English, Sr. Class advisor, Fishing and Hiking. KERNS, ROBERT-Instrumental Music, Dance Band. KUEPKER, PHILLIP-Mathematics, Coaching. LAIRD, MRS. RAE-German, Ir. Red Cross. LEON, MISS IRMA- Mathematics, Mathematics Department Chairman. MCCULLOUGH, ROBERT-Physical Education, Tumbling. MCLAUCHLIN, STANLEY-English, Social Studies. 2... 11, . 1 'A . Harding Harmon Hardy johnson Keats Katagiri Leon McLaughlin MgCull0ugh Martin lVIilCOl0ViCl'l Matson MCLEOD, JACK-Social Studies, Social Director, Leadership. MCQUAIG, DOUGLAS-Business Education, Mathematics, Voca- tional Counselor, Coaching. MALONEY, JOSEPH-English. MARTIN, NORMAN-Business Education. MATSON, HENRY-English, Drama, Stage Craft, Sr. Masque and Dagger, Thespians. MIKALOVICH, MISS MARY-French, Mathematics, Varsity Rally Squad advisor, Sr. Pep. MORTON, ROBERT-Art Metal, Art Crafts, Automobile Drawing. NEWHOUSE, MISS MARJORIE - English, Art General, Art Ceramics, Sr. Pep. NORTON, JAMES-Social Studies, Athletic Director. OLSON, MRS. ELINORE-General Arts, Art Department Chair- man, Art. POOLE, MRS. EMMA-Business Education, Lost and Found. PRATT, MRS. MABEL- Business Education, Counselor CSenior Girlsl. PREER, MRS. SOLON-A-Business Education. Morton Preer Shovlin Wollett Newhouse Robbins Thomas York Norton Olson Poole Pratt Roberts Rogers Russell Seieroe Todd Unfred Warren Westhoff ROBBINS, MRS. BLANCHE-English, Social Studies, Modeling. ROBERTS, MRS. BEVERLE-English, Legend advisor, Modeling. ROGERS, JAMES-Mathematics, Chess. RUSSELL, MRS. NANCY-Homemaking, Homemaking Depart- ment Chairman, F. H. A. SEIEROE, ORVILLE-Mathematics, Bowling. SHOVLIN, HUBERT-Science, Royal "C" advisor, Coaching. THOMAS, MRS. LORNA-English. TODD, MISS LEON- Science, Science Department Chairman, Fossil Hunting. UNFRED, jOHNfEnglish, Russian, Record. WARREN, EDWVARD-Physical Education, Physical Education Department Chairman, Coaching, Square Dance. WESTHOFF, MISS BEATRICE-Business Education, Business Education Department Chairman. WOLLETT, MISS LORETTA- Russian, Spanish, Counselor Ur. Cirlsj, jr. Pep. YORK, DON-English, Coaching. ese people liead tlie following offices: Student Bank, Assistant Librarian and the Book Room, Mrs. Hale, Mrs. jones and Mrs. Dcvral, respectively. A has in ff w' . .. , Mr. Thain plays an intricate part in the maintenance of the school. Our fine cooks, L. to R., Mrs. Huselstein, Mrs. Crites, Mrs. Mlady, Mrs. Smith, Mrs. Lloyd, Mrs. Chensvold, Mrs. Swanson, Mrs. Becker. Our capable office staff include: Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Smart Mrs. Washer, Mrs. Piro. .adam The clicking of the mathenmtic mind as John Ryan explains a tlierom in geometry. Left-The hiss of the gas in the Bunsen Burner . . . the bubbling of the chemicals in the test tube . . . PROGRESS. Below- -Voices laboring in il language not our own PM 'mf I ,- , K M , Y' W of 4 N W I3 Cleveland Students Study a Wide Variety of Subjects Languages, social studies, science, typing and math all play an important part in our lives. To some students languages may carry greater import- ance, to some social studies might, and to others it might be science or math. Language helps us to communicate more easily with other countriesg social studies helps us to understand problems of other countries and our own, science and math help our coun- try keep in pace with other countries in the space age. In these various classes, there is an ultimate uniting of the knowledge obtained in them. ence broken by the rustle of a page, the scratch The clatter of typewriter keys . . . then quiet as a mistake is erased. a pen or the impatient scrape of a chair. The grinding of wheels in an imaginary factory. -I Stage crew seurries in harmony behind the scene. Student gets experience in teaching. 3 'E ti lf fs Q Q? E4 Z Studying is still if great importance ' 1- WV 5 t' x 59" t .9 ,, , Cleveland Students Engage In An Assortment of Subjects and Activities F rcshman and sophomore gym classes learn social graces in square dance lessons. 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W 1- x 4 - Q X v- C gf ,4,o'1K-1 1 f 'Q' ' jpg, Lf, 1 ,17xgu..d.ffQ ff7"' L74 1 E X X qv' . .1 'S ,iw- Q K V if , KX fly M X' W C A -X V K ,-?"LAf7' f 'I+ P-.C K K F fffb Afi Lx A7 kg ,LIL xg ,. fr' Q f,Qn.ff f' ' , X r -ff f V , f ' ' r V4,,.7,z,f'1 5 K, ' ff" K X T f X 5 X' F A 4 , KX. if ww -ww N sm i Za at is - 1 fir tw, - V I Walt Evans, Vice Presiklent Kay Smith, Secretary Judie Abrams, Treasurer Flo Iicnjyoji, Ass l. Trtasurcr Capable Student Body Officers Organize Student Activities As I find myself bidding goodbye to four years of high school life, I close the cover of a story which contains fond memories of serving the student body. Indeed, it would be impossible for me to express the gratitude which I kindle towards each student. The most sincere words I can possibly say are thank you. We have set our goals high and reached them in a most effective manner. I only desire that future offi- cers will have as much cooperation as I have. As I leave, I feel as though I am leaving the finest group of people I shall ever have the privilege of knowing. May I extend to you the thought that from working with you I know you will all succeed in whatever endeavor you choose. And may Cod's blessings be plentiful wherever you might be found. In short, good-bye, good luck, and Cod bless you. Reece im Sheldrew, Service Hep. Steve Kafoury, Safefy Rep. Reece Bader, President ia.. .,,..,-.-...w-w,q Cary Merritt, Vice-President Sharon Branson, Secretary Sometimes it is very hard for a person to express the deep gratitude he feels for his friends and com- panions. It would really be impossible for me to thank you enough for the wonderful cooperation and support you have given me and my cabinet this spring. I sincerely feel that your attitude and participation in student activities has made our recent endeavors suc- cessful and that we can all be proud of attending the finest high school in the city. As I leave the spirited halls of Cleveland, I hope never to forget each and every one of you, and this I express from the bottom of my heart with all sincerity. I wish to all of you the very best of luck in your remaining years here at Cleveland and in whatever your goals may be after graduation. Now, I must say goodbye to the most wonderful and closest friends that I have ever known. May Cod bless you all in every way. Good luck-always, Ierry. F lo Henjyoji, Treasurer Annette Davidson, Ass't. Treasurer va Kathy Fears, Service Rep. ? jerry Lewis, President Kerry Hilaire, Safety Rep. Hi! M- E. FIRST ROW: M. DuBois, F. Henjoyji, Al. S. Kafory, R. Wong, B. Sullivan, S. Nels P. Huffsclimidt, M. Faveluke. THIRD HOVV man, A. Cook, K. Forman, Lewis, M. Evz menas. FOURTH ROW: L. Neice, M. Bumf . A 1 ,. 4 . . I I N J. Littlehales, V. Pix, V. Villf, M. Gilbaugh, . D. McKelvey, K. Orwick, M. Swaim, R. Goi L. Whitlock, N2 Cafeteria Clean-Up a Problems of St The student council is composed 0 each registration room during the assume the responsibility of represe government and are led by the stud The fall council was the first ev seven student body officers in acti voted to add three additional officers of the overload of Work on the vice- were the assistant treasurer, the safe representative. Dancing, a privilege deprived bec the students, was restored after muc The Royal "C" was put in charge. presented a problem, the music for da when the cafeteria wasn't clean. A c held with Franklin. irams, K. Smith, R. Bader, XV. Evans, Sheldrew on. SECOND ROW: S. Cox, S. Xllest, K. Sand : L. Beers, C. Heckaman, B. Lumberton, P. Chap ns, Clark, C. Livingston, S. Branson, F. Hage- Q, S. Lankinen, A. Davidson, D. Davis, D. Dean l. Cesla, C. Carnese. FIFTH ROWV: D. Davenport nez, H. Lund, S. Sepich, T. Hclzcr, McClung , Walker, Grayson. nd Dancing Rights hdent Council I the representatives chosen from fall and spring. These students ating their classroom in student nt body officers. r in the school's history to see n. Last year the student body to the executive council, because esident and the treasurer. These y representative and the service ziuse of lack of co-operation from h battle with the administration. Since the cafeteria clean-up still ncing in the old gym was stopped dfeteria clean-up contest was also l 32 i FIRST ROW: A. Williams, A. Davidson, K. Fears, K. Hilaire, C. Merritt, Lewis, S. Branson F. Henjyoji, L. Pine, S. Duty, P. Straka, L. Wridges, L. Baratta. SECOND ROW: C. Blair J. Szelles, S. Orwiclc, Halverson, L. Simonsen, V. Fix, K. Forman, E. Dillavou, C. Sauter M C. Antrim, Astell, S. Fong, L. Mayo, G. Zimmerman, B. ML-Neill, A. Mac-Ewan, R. Bader S. Nemer, C. Genzer, P. Paskill, A. Boylston, L. Opdenweyer. FOURTH ROW: Hartley D. McLain, C. Tri, Morrison, M. Swaim, B. Paulsen, L. Bruun, W. Evans, S. Kafory F. Herrle, McClung, T. Helzer, B. Clay, W. Peterson. A tea is held early in the spring for both fall and spring reg. reps. and the teachers, for their hard work during the year. fs. I. -N11 Mba' . Faveluke, N. Cesla, A. Durr, S. Philpott, M. Kallio, C. Crosswhite. THIRD ROW: Q Senior Class Oficers4FIRST ROW: Mr. Keats, Advisorg jeanne Knight, Treasurer, Linda Simonsen, Secretary. SECOND ROW: john Morrison, Vice Presidentg Keith Forman, President, Neil Anderson, Sgt.-at-Arnis. Seniors Reminisce Four Short Years Four short years ago, we entered Cleveland High School from all parts of Southeast Port- land to experience some of our most educational as well as fun-filled moments of our lives. As freshmen we were under the leadership of Recce Bader. The first social attraction was the F reshie F rolic at which we were the guests of the senior class of '55. Our F reshie Frolic King and Queen, Ierry Lewis and Sharon Branson, headed the F reshie F rolic committee for this years freshmen. Our contributions to the Rhododendron courts were: Linda Simonsen, Pam Powell, Kay Smith, Pat Carrolle, Pat Beardsley, and Deanna Dean. The junior Prom, "Twilight Time,', drew a large crowd and was a huge success. Jean McCarty and lean Arnett represented Cleveland as our AFS students to Turkey and Denmark. In turn, we had the privilege of having Sirkka Lankinen as a member of our senior class. In sports our senior class contributed to Cleveland's file of All-City players with two football stars, Norm Patera and and Mike Gedrose. Outstanding in basketball were Dave Rose and Dave Long, in baseball were Dave Long and Reece Bader, who lead Cleveland in its fight for victory. The track season will not be forgotten with such names as Keith Forman and Larry Meyers. Like Little Bo Peep who lost all her sheep Cleveland is losing all her "sheep" to a promising future. Seniors Abrams Alderson Allen Arnett of '59 I Adams Aldinger Amato Astell Anderson, L. Bader ABRAMS, IUDIE-Amikki, Sgt.-of-Armsg Ziosg Nat'l. Honor Society, Blotter, Deltoriag Sorosisg Shorthand Awardg S.B. Treas., College. ADAMS, CONNIE-Niki, College. ALDERSON, GEORGE-Science Club, Nat'l. Honor So- cietyg Orch., All-City, '56 All-State, jr. Symphony, French Award, Dad's Scholarship Group, Reed. ALDINC-ER, WILLIAM-Track, Baseball, College. ALLEN, JUDY-College. AMATO, PATRICIA-Beta Chi, Sec., Sorosisg Deltoriag Work. ANDERSON, LINDA-Pi Upsilon, I.R.L.g Swimming Team, Marriage. ANDERSON, NEIL-Sigma Phi, Sirsg Reg. Rep., I.H.L.g Royal Cg Sr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms, Football, Basketball, Baseball, College. ANTROSIO, CARROL-Beta Chi, F.H.A.g Pep Club, Mar- riage. ARNETT, JEAN-Deltoria, Sec., I.R.C.g Pi Upsilong Dad's Scholarship Group, Clevelandairesg Nat'l. Honor Society, E.E.5 American Field Service, Honor Roll, Pomona. ASTELL, IUDY-Trolee, Corr. Sec.g Beta Chi, Historian, Deltoriag Sorosisg Work. BADER, REECE-Kyro, Sec., I.R.L., State Pres., Dad's Scholarship Group, Leadership Service Award, S.B. Play, Frosh Class Pres., S.B. Pres., Baseballg College. BAILEY, ELAINE-I.R.L.g Spanish Club, Nat'l. Honor Society, Language Paper, Editor, Swimming Team, Cap- tain, Work. BAILEY, IANICE-Kalana Chi, Deltoriag Sorosis, Swim- ming Team, VVork. Anderson, N. Antrosio Bailey, E. Bailey, I. ww' " . 1 3 .li '-mg , H' QQ. Seniors of '59 Lost in his duties as vice-president of the student body, Walter Evans still finds to be active Bates Baxter Beardsley in many school functions. Beer Bell Bemis BATES, KATHY-Pi Upsilon, Thcspians, Pep Clu Show, Reg. Rep., A Cappella, Brigadoon, Ma Dagger, Cirlis Clee, College. , Rhod. ue and BAXTER, LOUIS-Sq. Dance Club, Pres., Royal CC, Track, Manager, College. BEARDSLEY, PATRICIA-Trolee, Pres., Zios, Sorosis, ,lic Prin- Modeling Club, Natll. Honor Society, Frosh Frc cess, Rhod. Princess, Shorthand Award, jr. Cllass Sec., College. BEER, WENDA-Deltoria, Sorosis, Pep Club, Wo BELL, ROGER-Interest Clubs, Swimming, Colle BEMIS, LYNDA4Deltoria, Sorosis, Phi Theta, Rh Freshie Frolic, jr. Class Assembly, College. BERKE, LARRY-Sigma Phi, Sirs, Royal C, Fro Slide Rule Club, Sr. Class Comm., Reg. Rep., B Baseball, College. BERRY, DOUGLAS-Sq. Dance Club, I.R.L., C land State. BISHOP, MARYBETH-Sq. Dance Club, Work. BLEVINS, MEARL-Ceneral. BLUE, ROBERT-fService. 1 l BOHY, PATRICIA-Youth for Christ, I.R.L., A Bible College. rk. C. d. Show, 1 Frolic , sketball, ilf, Port- Capella, BOYD DAVID-Thane, j.R.C., Rhod. Show, I.R.l1.., Swim- . ming, College. BOYD, PATRICIA-A Cappella, Frosh Frolic, Rec F.T.A., Treas., I.R.L., Youth for Christ, V. Pres. Niki, College. Jrd Club , F.H.A. BRADSHAW, JOHN-Thane, Pres., Nat'l. Honra Rhod. Show, Royal C, Leadership, Baseball, Swimming, College. 36 1 : Society, sketball, 38" BRANSON, SHARON-Amikki, V. Pres., Kuisti, Sgt.-0f- Arms, Frosh Frolic Queen, Rhod. Show, Sr. Class Comm., 1. V. Rally, Sorosis, Varsity Rally, College. BRAUCKMILLER, IOANN - Deltoria, Sorosis, Beauty School. BROCKMAN, SANDRA - Deltoria, Masque and Dagger, Rhod. Show, j.R.C., E.E., Frosh Frolic, Student Secre- tary, Multnomah College. BROUCHTON, PATRICIA-Cirl's Clee, Rhod. Show, Ten- nis Team, Marriage. BROWN, SHIRLEY-Pi Upsilon, Sec., I.R.L., Blotter, Nat'l. Honor Society, j.R.C., A Cappella, Rhod. Show, Dad's Scholarship Group, Zios, Willamette. BUMP, MARCIA-Pi Upsilon, Historian, Deltoria, Sorosis, Rhod. Show, Nat'l. Honor Society, I.R.L., Frosh Frolic, E.E., Reg. Rep., College. BUMP, MARSHALL4Nat,l. Honor Society, Thane, V. Pres., j.R.C., I.R.L., Rhod. Show, Kyro, E.E., Frosh Frolic, College. BURNSIDE, BRUCE-Sq. Dance Club, Football, Wrest- ling, Track, College. BURSON, IERRINE-F.H.A., C.A.A., Pep Club, Marriage. BUSCH, HELENA-Zios, Sgt.-of-Arms, Sorosis, Ir. Class Assembly, Ir. Prom, Sr. Class Comm., Modeling Club, I.R.C., College. CAMPBELL, IOHN-Service. CARLILE, SHARON-Phi Theta, Niki, Deltoria, Masque and Daggar, Sr. Class Comm., Cirl's Glee, Undecided. CARPENTER, IUDY-I.H.A., C.A.A., Deltoria, Modeling Club, University of Oregon. Seniors of '59 Berke Bohy Berry Boyd, D. Brauckmiller Bump, Marcia Busch Bishop Boyd, P. Brockman Bump, Marshall Campbell , af Blevins Bradshaw Broughton Burnside Carlile Blue Branson Brown Burson Carpenter 9'-S. '1 A- J 3 ' 1, "" LW- K Twp Zin-+ 2 'Ugg-bw. CARROLL, DOLOROS-Deltoria, G.A.A., Oregon. l CARROLL, PATRICIA-Trolee, Varsity Rally, Rl' cess, Frosh Frolic, Sorosis, Reg. Rep., Tennis, Comm., Portland State. od. Prin- Sr. Class CASCIO, MARIANNE-Kalana Chi, Pelp Club, Mas ue and Dagger, Deltoria, Rhod. Show, Bow ing, Portlahd State. CASCISA, DIANNA-Allegretto, Sorosis, j.R.C., C1 College. ,rl's Clee, CASH, CAROLYN-I.R.L., Model UN, Kalana Chi, Treas., A Cappella, Nat'l. Honor Society, Frosh Frolic, E.E., Student Store, University of Oregon. CENTONI, NOLA -- I.R.L., Kalana Chi, Sgt.-at-Arms, Work. CHAPMAN, MARVIN-Legend, Blotter Photograpl era Club, Art Club, Sq. Dance Club, Cross College. CHASSAING, LLOYD-Thane, Ham Radio Club, Rep., Swimming, College. CHASTAIN, MICHAEL-Band. CHILCOTE, KAREN-Masque and Dagger, I.R.L Dance Club, Kalana Chi, College. CHRISTENSENHLYNN-Plii Theta, Sgt.-at-Arms. and Dagger, Sgt.-at-Arms, Undecided. CLARK, IO ANN-Zios, Historian, Trolee, Servi ier, Cam- Country, Alt. Reg. ., Square L Masque ce Rep., Reg. Rep., Ir. Choir, Masque and Dagger, Sorosis, Fr. Girls Clee, Tennis Team, VVork. CLAY, IANICE-Ski Club, Masque and Dagger, Cfrls Glee, Rhod. Show, Sr. Class Comm., Work. CLAY, ROBERT-Kyro, Sgt.-at-Arms, I.R.L., Rho ' . Show, Frosh Frolic, Assemblies, Royal C, A Cappelii Choir, Football, Track: Oregon State. COLBERT, JUDY-Pi Upsilon, Corr. Sec., Phi Theta, Del- toria, Sorosis, College. COLE, JEAN - Honor Roll, Nat'l. Honor Society, E.E., F rosh Frolic, Sq. Dance Club, Modeling Club, Work. COOK, ANNE-E.E., Honor Roll, Nat'l. Honor Society, I.R.L., j.R.C., Sorosis, Frosh Frolic, Rhod. Show, Reg. Rep., College. COTTINCHAM, JUDY-Phi Theta, Scribe, Sorosis, Del- toria, A Cappella, College. CRANOR, EDWARD-Undecided. CROOKS, CHRISTIE - Phi Theta, Asst. Treas., Sorosis, Reg. Rep., Deltoria, Spanish Club, Rhod. Show, Marriage. CYRUS, NANCY-Marriage. DANIELSON, CHARLOTTE-Fr. Girl's Glee, I.R.L., Soro- sis, Phi Theta, Pres., Treas., College. DEAN, DEANNA-Deltoria, Sec., Rhod. Princess, Zios, Sgt.-of-Arms, Frosh Frolic, Sorosis, Reg. Rep., Jr. Choir, College. DEBLASIO, DIANE-Quill and Scroll, Phi Theta, Sec., 1.R.C., Frosh Frolic, Ski Club, I.R.L., Blotter, C0-Ed, Reg. Rep., Tennis, College. DECRISTOFORO, PATRICIA-Amikki, sec., Pres., Kuisti, Sgt.-at-Arms, Frosh Frolic, Rhod. Show, Sorosis, Deltoria, Pep Club, Ir. Prom Comm., Oregon State. DEHEN, FRED-Royal C, Golf, University of Mexico. DESCRANCE, HELEN-Beta Chi, Sgt.-at-Arms, Sorosis, Frosh Frolic, Legend, Business Man., I.R.L., College. DIAMOND, CAROL-Masque and Dagger, Treas., Thes- pians, Sec., Pi Upsilon, S.B. Play, Rhod. Show, Fr. Girl's Clee, Assemblies, KPOJ Rep., Brigadoon, University of Oregon. I Being an outstanding leader and fall student body president seems as' though it would leave little time Carroll, D. Carroll, P. C21SCi0 for Reece Bader to participate actively in sports Cascisa Cash Centoni but he still plays baseball. 1 Chapman Christensen Colbert Cranor DeBlasio Chassaing Chilcote Clark Clay Cole Cottingham Crooks Danielson DeCristoforo Desgrange Chastain Clay Cook Cyrus Dehen Seniors of '59 Dean Diamond call' ,pn -rw? Quin. my D1ll11111Ck Mei ,V ia Amongst souvenirs of a summer spent in T the American Field Service plan, we find McCarty, a leader and excellent stucl . DILLAVOU, EDVVARD -Sirs, V. Pres., Sigma Phi, jr. Prom, Reg. Rep., Frosh Frolic, Rhod. Show, Choil, Foot- ball, Track, College. K DIMMICK, CREC-Football, Tumbling, Transfer friom San Dreguito, Service. r DINGMAN, IEANETTE--Sorosis, Tri Y, Work. I DIXON, LAVlNlAARhocl. Show, Frosh Frolic, Zios,jTrolce, Sec., Pres., Sorosis, Nat'l. Honor Society, jr. Prom, Chair- man, Deltoria, Varsity Rally, College. DUNN, DEANNA-Pi Upsilon, Sgt.-at-Arms, Sorosis, Del- toria, Frosh Frolic, Rhod. Show, Fr. Girl's Cleef, Nat'l. Honor Society, 1.R.C., Girls, League, College. DURR, ANNE-Phi Theta, Chaplain, Beta Chi, Chaplain, I.R.L., Sec., Nat'l. Honor Society, Datlis Club Award, E.E., Deltoria, College. DUTTON, RTl.T.-Optimist Tumbling Club, Servide. ECKLES, PENNY-Masque and Dagger, Ir. Choifg Girl's Clee, F.H.A., Modeling Club, Science Club, Pep Club, Brigadoon, College. ECCERS, LINDA-Pi Upsilon, Sgt.-at-Arms, I.R.L., Frosh Frolic, Phi Theta, V. Pres., Nat'l. Honor Society, Dad's Scholarship Group, E.E., j.R.C., Swimming Tearn, Col- lege. EIVERS, IULIE-Deltoria, Jac., Niki, College. l EMBREY, CRAIG-Thane, Sigma Phi, Basketball, College. i l dk-. Dingman Dixon Dunn Durr Dutton Eckles Eggers Eivers Embrey ENDICOTT, JAMES - Sigma Phi, Sirs, Royal C, Frosh Frolic, Sr. Class Comm., jr. Class Sgt.-at-Arms, Reg. Rep., Football, Basketball, University of Oregon. ESTES, ROBERT f Frosh Frolic, Assemblies, jr. Prom, Basketball, VVork. EVANS, WALTER-Rhod. Show, Frosh Frolic, Band, Kyro, Ski Club, S.B. V. Pres., Soph. Class Treas., Varsity Rally, Dad's Scholarship Group, Stanford. FAVELUKE, MARIANNE-Thespians, Pres., Masque and Dagger, Nat'l. Honor Society, Blotter, Quill and Scroll, S.B. Plays, Beta Chi, College. FEARS, KATHY-Youth for Christ, A Cappella, Reg. Rep., I.R.L., S.B. Service Rep., Pacific. FIELD, SARA4Beta Chi, Scholarship Chairman, Natil. Honor Society, Sec., Pep Club, Pres., Rhod. Show, Frosh Frolic, Dadis Scholarship Group, Deltoria, Sr. Class Comm., Reg. Rep., College. FINCK, CELIA-Natil. Honor Society, Youth for Christ, Kalana Chi, Deltoria, Jr. Choir, Cirlis Clee, Nurses Train- ing. F ITZPATRICK, BUFORD-Air Force. FIX, VICKI-Rhod. Show, Frosh Frolic Princess, Royal C Court, Clevelandaires, A Cappella, Curtain Calls, Ir. Prom Comm., Kuisti, Varsity Rally, College. FLEMING, STEVE-Work. Gln. 'ln'-IB' Seniors of '59 FONC, SHIRLEY4Trolee, Asst. Treas. Zios, Historiang Deltoria, Pres.g Rhod. Showg Modeling Club, Pres.g Soro- sis, Pres.5 College. FORMAN, KElTH4Royal C, Pres.g Freshie Frolicg Sirs, V. Pres.g Sigma Phi, Treas.g A,Cappella, Pres.g jr. Class Prcs.g Sr. Class Pres.g Foothallg Trackg University of Oregon. FOHSYTH, CAROL-Pi Upsilong Ziosg Natl llonor Societyg Rhod. Showg Orchestrag Deltoriag Sorosisg .l.R.C.g Honor Rollg Lewis or Clark College. FOWLER, IAMES-Musicg ski Clubg Masque and Daggerg Royal C5 Footballg Trackg Service. FOWLIE, VVILLIAM-Thaneg Royal Cg A Cappellag Bandg Jr. Choirg Footballg Tennisg College. FRECK, VVILLIAM-Thaneg,I.R.L,, Pres.g E.E.g Honor Rollg College. FREEMAN, BABETTE -Transfer from Girls Polytechnic. N970 --H1-"gf" Endicott Faveluke Fears Field Finck Estes Fix Fleming Fong Forman Evans Fowler Fowlie Freck Freeman Fitzpatrick Forsyth FRIEDEL, CAROL-Deltoria, Sorosis, Rhod. Show, Frolic, Pep Club, Student Bank, College. FRY, MAIDELLE-Jr. Choir, College. Freshie FYRE, MILT-Sigma Phi, Kyro, Sgt.-at-Arms, Wrestling, City Champ., Track, Oregon State. GATES, BARBARA-Kalana Chi Y Teens, Nat'l. Society, Deltoria, I.R.L., Rhod. Show, VVork. GEDROSE, MIKE-Sigma Phi, Sgt.-at-Arms, Sirs, Arms, Royal C, Sgt.-at-Arms, Blotter, Football, Basketball, Reg. Rep., Michigan State. GENTRY, BONITA-Niki, Work. Honor hgtfat- Amikkl Sgt at Arms Kulsti Sec RC Freslue Rhod Show Deltona o1nt Off Golf Unive Oregon GILBERT, JEAN-Marriage. GILBAUGH, MARYANN-Honor Roll, Fashion ' ', .- - ,. ' S, ., . ., " - 9 , I -5 9 De GILLARD, SHIRLEY - Nat'l. Honor Society, Sorosis, I.R.L., E.E., College. GLYER, MARGARET-Business College. GOBLER, ANN-Masque and Dagger. GREATWOOD, WILLARD-Royal C, Science Club ball, Wrestling, Track, Service. GREEN, KEN-Sigma Phi, Kyro, Royal C, Frosh Ski Club, I.R.L., Football, Wrestling, Baseball, Se GRUBESIC, BOB-Kyro, Royal C, Assemblies, Re Baseball, Football, College. S Track, Board, Frolic, rsity of ltoria, g Foot- Frolic, rvice. . Rep., I GRUETTER, KAREN-Nat'l. Honor Society, Thespians, Sec., A Cappella, Clevelandaires, Freshie Frolic, Rig. Rep., Swimming, Masque and Dagger, Student Bo y Plays, College. GUMBERT, MIRIAM-Pi Upsilon, Nat'l. Honor Society, j.R.C., Rhod. Show, Deltoria, Treas., Sorosis, Girls Glee, Dad's Club Scholarship Group, E.E., College. GUYER, ROSALIE-Pi Upsilon, Rhod. Show, Girls Glee, Sr. Class Comm., I.R.L., Masque and Dagger, ,j.R.C., Sorosis, College. HAGEMENAS, FAY-Amikki, Chaglain, Asst. Treas., Soro- sis, Deltoria, V. Pres., Rhod. S ow, jr. Class Comm., A Cappella, Honor Roll, Sr. Class Comm., Legend, College. HAGEN, BILL-Sigma Phi, Pres., Band, Dance Band, Royal C, V. Pres., Nat'l. Honor Society, Ir. Class Assembly, Football, Track, College. HALVERSON, JUDY-Amikki, Pres., Kuisti, Freshie Frolic, Co-Chairman, Nat'l. Honor Society, A Cappella, Dad's Scholarship Group, Sorosis, Deltoria, Masque and Dagger, College. HAMAKER, NANCY - Deltoria, I.R.L., Rhod. Show, F .T.A., Pep Club, Kalana Chi, Pres., Nat'l. Honor Society, Science Fair, Portland State. HAMMOND, JUDY-Undecided. HANDRAN, CAROLE-Stage Crew, Orchestra, Square Dance Club, KBPS Reporter, Deltoria, Blotter, Y.F.C., Pep Club, Work. HARRISON, PHIL-Frosh Frolic, Optimist, Rhod. Show, Camera Club, Science Club, Record Club, Track, College. HARRISON, ROBERT - Optimist, Reg. Rep., Football, Basketball, Track, Work. Always smiling, Kay Smith, student body secretary Friedel Fry Fyre and president of Kuisti, is a perfect example Gates Gedrose Gentry of capable leadership and scholarship. Seniors of ' 5 9 R ,514 Seniors of '59 'vim 'W'-12" . 3 X N, Gilbaugh Glyer Green Cumbert Hamaker ,KN Gilbert. Cobler Grubesic Cuyer Hammond Gillard Hagen Halverson Greatwood Harrison, P. Harrison, R. Gruetter Hagemenas Handran A compound of leadership and scholarshifl, Bob Pareliqs is president of the Natkmal Honor ciety and is an active club member. HARVEY, CARROLL-Dental Assistant. HATLINC, PAMELA-Sorosis, Deltoria, Band, Modeling Club, Undecided. HAWKINS, ANDY-Wrestling, Service. HAYSTEAD, WES-Youth For Christ, I.R.L., Che+ Club, Masque and Dagger, S.B. Play, College. J HENIGIN, SUZANNE-Transferred. HENJYOJI, FLO - Pi Upsilon, Beta Chi, Song eader, I.R.L., J.R.C., Legend, Student Body Treas., Dadf Schol- arship Group, Nat'l Honor Society, F reshie Frolic, ollege. HENKEL, MARLIN-Optimist, V. Pres., A Cappell 5 Frosh Mixed Choir, Jr. Choir, Work. J HERRLE, FRED-Music, Service. s HESSEL, MARILYN - Trolee, Custodian, Zios, Freshie Frolic, Deltoria, Sorosis, Girls Glee, Reg. Rep., . Class Comm., Pacific University. V HESSEMER, KEN-Kyro, I.R.L., Royal C, Alt. Reg. Rep., Ski Club, Football, Basketball, Track, College. J HILAIRE, KERRY-Dance Band Thane, Fr. ClasslAssem- bly, Frosh Frolic, Clevelandaires, A Cappella, liaseball, University of Oregon. I HILDEBRAND, PAULfKyro, Frosh Frolic, Reg. Rep., Football, Service. 4 I HINES, VERNA-Transfer. J HOACLAND, JACK-Frosh Frolic, A Cappella,lI.R.L., Baseball, College. I HOCCATT, ETTA-Trolee, Historian, Masque and Dagger, A Cappella, Sec., Clevelandaires, Royal C Princess Pacific University. HOLLOWAY, LEX - Thane, Tumbling Club, otball, Wrestling, Track, College. HOWARD, BOB-Thane, Sgt.-at-Arms, Dance Band, Frosh Frolic, Assemblies, Civil Defense Sq., Reg. Rep., Rhod. Show, Baseball, College. I 1 l l i Harvey Hatling Hawkins Haystead Henigin Henjyoji HUSTON, BOB-Thane, Treas., Ski Club, Wrestling, Ski Team, College. INGRAM, JEAN-J.R.C., A Cappella, Transfer from West Valley High, Spokane, Wash., Business College. JACK, JUDI-Thespians, V. Pres., Masque and Dagger, V. Pres., Rhod. Show, Phi Theta, Assemblies, Brigham Young University. JOHNSON, BARBARA-Niki, Sgt.-at-Arms, Deltoria, Span- ish Club, Rhod. Show, Blotter, News Editor, Work. JOHNSON, .DONNA-Nat'l. Honor Society, Honor Roll, Beta Chi, Freshie Frolic, I.R.L., Foreign Language Club, Modeling Club, Portland State. JOHNSON, CERRY - F.H.A., Deltoria, I.R.L., J.R.C., Freshie Frolic, Portland State. JOHNSON, JAMES-Thane, Blotter, Reg. Rep., Football, ' College. JOHNSON, JUDY - Deltoria, Sorosis, Pep Club, Rhod. Show, Blotter, Co-Editor, NVork. JOHNSON, KENNETH-Royal C, Kyro, Reg. Rep., Foot- ball, Basketball, Track, Baseball, Service. JOHNSON, LARRY-Rhod. Show, I.R.L., Chess Club, Reg. Rep., Jr. Choir, Football, Baseball, VVrestling, Tumbling Club, Oregon State. JONES, PAT-Trolee, Zios, Sorosis, Oregon State. KAFOURY, STEVE-Masque and Dagger, Pres., Thane, Sgt.-at-Arms, Band, Pres., S.B. Plays, S.B. Safety Rep., Reg. Rep., Frosh Court, Track, Reed. KALB, CAROLYN-Beta Chi, Natil. Honor Society, G.A.A., Dadis Scholarship Group, E.E., Honor Roll, F.T.A., Lewis and Clark. KANNARD, JOYCE-F.H.A., Deltoria, Sorosis, Jr. Achieve- ment, Kalana Chi, Youth For Christ, Work. ,N NW xa .- if ,K aw' also "WGN 1:-.., '-'Digs 4 - 'M' o . Q" 'L' f 9 Ti' zo Henkel Hildebrand Howard johnson, D. johnson, L. awk, 'Q sum W-.W ,Q Xxx Ilessel Hoagland Ingram johnson, I Kafoury Hessemer Hoggatt jack johnson, I Kalb Hilaire Holloway johnson, B Iohnson, K Kannard KASPER, JAMES-I.R.L., Auto Drawing Club, Se 'ce. KEENAN, KATHY-Trolee, Zios, Sec., Sorosis, Masque and Dagger, Freshie Frolic, Curtain Cal ter, College. KEITER, PAUL-I.R.L., Spanish Club, College. eltoria, , Blot- KENNEDY, JAMES-Optimist, Pres., Royal C, I.R.L., Ski Club, Thane, Dance Band, Reg. Rep., Football, ming, College. KERR, CARY-Music, College. KEINLEN, CHARLES-Thane, Football, Track, Co KILLIAN, BARRY-Royal C, Optimist, Science Clu ball, Baseball, Basketball, Swimming, College. Swim- lege. , Foot- KLINGFORTH, IOANNE-Deltoria, Masque and Dagger, Modeling Club, Work. KNIGHT, IEANNE-Amikki, Corr. Sec., Kuisti, Deltoria, Pres., Rhod. Show, Girls' League Rep, Treas., , Nat'l. Honor Society, Sophomore Class Sec., Senior Clasd Treas., J. V. Rally, College. KNIGHT, IOANNE-Amikki, Kuisti, Deltoria, Trea' ., Soro- sis, Treas., junior Class Treas., V. Rally, Varsitlf Rally, College. KNOX, DARLENE-Nat'l. Honor Society, Musi: Club, I.R.L., G.A.A., Sorosis, Work. KNOX, KAREN-Transferred. KNUTSON, IUDIE - Deltoria, Allegretto, Masque and Dagger, Kalana Chi, I.R.L., Work. KRISTICH, MARIAN-Royal C Princess, Transiier from Franklin High, College. LAKE, EDWARD-Ski Club, Tumbling Club, B College. LANKINEN, SIHKKA-Pi Upsilon, Chaplain, Zi aseball, s, His- torian, I.R.L., Legend, Student Council, Finnish Exchange Student, College. LEACH, DONNA-Square Dance Club, College. LEE, DEBBIE-A Cappella, Pep Club, Kuisti, Pi Upsilon, Transfer from Queen Anne High, Seattle, Wash., Oregon State. LEE, EDNA-Camera Club, College. LEE, CLADYS-fDeltoria, Pres., Rhod. Show, Sorosis, Phi Theta, Zios, Business College. LEE, JUDY-Trolee, Zios, Blotter, Freshie Frolic, Rhod. Show, Sorosis, Deltoria, V. Rally Squad, Swimming Team, Work. LEHL, ROGER-Kyro, Sr. Class Comm., 'Freshie Frolic, Reg. Rep., Bowling Club, Baseball, Basketball, College. LEHMAN, NANCY - Deltoria, Sorosis, Freshie Frolic, Rhod. Show, College. LEWIS, IERRY-S.B. Pres., Freshie Frolic, King, Rhod. Show, Sr. Class Comm., Science Exhibit, Varsity Rally, Baseball, Basketball, College. LIBERTY, LESLIE-Pi Upsilon, I.R.L., Sorosis, Shorthand Award, College. LINDSLEY, LORENE - Nat'l. Honor Society, Sorosis, Spanish Club, Business College. LOMAX, CARILYN-Beta Chi, F.T.A., Pres., Allegretto, Blotter, A Cappella, Quill and Scroll, Brigham Young University. LONG, DAVID-Sirs, Sigma Phi, Royal C, Masque and Dagger, Nat'l. Honor Society, Frosh Class Officer, Basket- ball, Baseball, All City, College. LORENZ, DARIEL - Freshman Chorus, Junior Choir, Allegretto, Square Dance Club, University of Oregon. LUCHS, DARLENE-Beta Chi, Freshie Frolic, Youth For Christ, Sorosis, Deltoria, I.R.L., Undecided. LUND, ERIC-Kyro, V. Pres., Pres., Freshie Court, Freshie Frolic, Sr. Class Comm., A Cappella, Reg. Rep., Nat'l. Honor Society, Basketball, Track, College. As busy as a beaver with the varied duties of eing Kasper Keenan Keiter senior class president is Keith F orman, mem er of Kennedy Kerr Keinlen the senior prom committee and active in sports and clubs. Seniors of '59 ml 1, aff. nh . .1 'mf he We N13 M L Ve 'l'!""' X Ama, Qw- if K gi L in -me-Q g 1,, Kg .-,pf Wei arm' Killian Klingforth Knight, Jeanne Knight, Joanne Knox, D. Knox, K. Knutson Kristich Lake Lankinen Leach Lee, D. Lee, E. Lee, C. Lee, Lehl Lehman Lewis Liberty Lindsley Lomax Long Lorenz Luchs Lund Seniors of '59 A busy club member jerry Iewzs mds the dunes Lyone 0 student body preszdent rlzallcngzng Malloy LYONS CAROLYN IRL Nltl Honor Souc-ty Orehes tra Blnd College MACOMBER DWAYNE NVrestlmg Work MALBIN EDWARD IRL Truk College MALLOY FRANIx Work MANTIA ROSALIF Beti Chl TTCIS FIBSIHG Frohc Rhod Show umor Cholr A Clppelll Alle retto Del torn SOTOSIS Oregon Stlte MARTIN JANET Trmsfer from Bmdon Hlgll Mlrruge MARTIN DICK Thine Traek MAXFIELD IANE P1Ups1lon V Pres DLIIKDILII Sorobls Reg Rep Freshle Frollc Honor Roll R C E E Short hand Award College MAYO, LEE Ixyro, Royal C, Tennls, Baseball, A Cappella Clevelandaxres, CIIIIQIIIILI5 Program, College MEIER, DAVE Frosh Frolln, Reg Rep, BOVVllIlg Club I R L , Tumblmg Club, Track, Football, College MERRIFIELD, BETSY Rhod Show, IR LQ, DCIIOYIQI SOIOSIQ, Spamsh Club, Assembly Comm , Honor Roll, Reg Rep , UH1V6fS1ty' of Oregon I MERRITT, CARY SB V Pres, Cross Country, Track, College Seniors of '59 'dw 5-K 'UIQ 'UIYZ7 Macomber Mrmtla Martm, D Mayo Merrlfleld Qtr ho- 'l'l"" Malbm Martm, I M.1xf1eld Meler Merrxtt Meyers Miller, L. Moll Morrell Morrison 'M' Miles A pleasant combination of leadership, scholarship, Miller, M. and enthusiasm, Judy Halverson is active in club work and student government. MESSENGER, DONNA-Rhod. Show, Masque and Dagger, Deltoria, I.R.L., Undecided. MEYERS, LARRY-Sigma Phi, V. Pres., Treas., Sirs, Natil. Honor Society, Royal C, A Cappella, Soph. Class Pres., Basketball, Track, Varsity Rally, Oregon State. MILES, MIKE-Kyro, A Cappella, Frosh Frolic, Assem- blies, Wrestling, Football, Track, Baseball, Portland State. MILLER, ELSIE-Nat'l. Honor Society I.R.L., Shorthand Award, College. MILLER, LUANE-Fr. Girls' Glee, Work. MILLER, MARILYN-Beta Chi, Sec., Sorosis, Deltoria, Work. MITCHELL, JUNE-Pi Upsilon, Sgt.-of-Arms, Phi Theta, Sgt.-of-Arms, Sorosis, Deltoria, I.R.C., Rhod. Show, Freshie Frolic, Quill and Scroll, Legend, College. MOLL, SANDRA - Kalana Chi, Sorosis, Deltoria, Niki, F.T.A., College. MONACO, BEVERLY-Fr. Choir, Cirls Clee, Ir. Choir, F.T.A., V. Pres., Treas., Kalana Chi, Sgt.-of-Arms, I.R.L., Rhod. Show, Nat'l. Honor Society, College. MORRELL, DICK-Rhod. Show, Kyro, Royal C, Reg. Rep., Football, Wrestling, Service. MORRIS, JEAN-Deltoria, Sorosis, Pep Club, Work. MORRISON, IOHN-Masque and Dagger, Sgt.-at-Arms, Kyro, V. Pres., Sirs, Sec., S.B. Plays, Frosh Class Sgt-at- Arms, Soph. Class V. Pres., Sr. Class V. Pres., Portland State. MORROW, SHARON-Transfer from Washington High School, Trolee, College. MUNDORFF, FRAN - Trolee, Historian, V. Pres., Zios, Service Rep., Reg. Rep., I.R.L., Rhod, Show, Natfl. Honor Society, Swimming Team, College. McCARTY, IEAN - Kuisti, Pres. Trolee, Treas., I.R.C., Pres., Exchange Student to Turkey, A Cappella, istorian, Dadis Scholarship Group, Nat'l. Honor Society, g. Rep., Golf, College. MCCOLLUM, DIANE-Trolee, Song Leader, Zios, ,Deltoria, Sorosis, Honor Roll, Ir. Class Comm. Girls' League Rep., Rhod. Show, College. MCDANIEL, DARREL-College. McLAIN, DEANNA-Beta Chi, Band, Sec.-Treasl, I.R.L., Work. McCLAIN, IAMESfF00tball, VVOrk. MCKELVEY, DONALD - Kyro, Treas., Royal C, Dad's Scholarship Group, Ski Club, V. Pres., Nat'l. Honor Society, V. Pres., Reg. Rep., E.E., Cross Country, Track, College. MCNEILL, BOB-Nat'l. Honor sm-my, Thane, EE., Band, Dad's Club NVinner, Pep Band, Orchestra, Chdss Club, College. I McNEILL, PATADeltoria, Sorosis, Kalana Chi, R g. Rep., Modeling Club, Swimming Team, Work. NEUMAN, PATYKalana Chi, Chaplain, Honor RIN, Soro- sis, Freshie Frolic, F.H.A., I.R.L., Girls Glee, C lllege. NIECE, LAUREL-Trolee, Sgt.-of-Arms, Zios, Sgt.-of-Arms, Nat'l. Honor Society, Rhod. Show, Sorosis, Pres., Deltoria, Reg. Rep., Swimming Team, JV Rally, Varsity Rally, College. NEISLAR, ROBERT - Chess Club, Movie Crew, Stage Crew, Frosh Frolic, Assemblies, Army. OLIVER, GENOA!Trolee, Service Rep.,- Zios, Honor Roll, Deltoria, Sorosis, Rhod. Show, j.R.C., Freshie Frolic, Reg. Rep., College. O'NEILL, PEGGY - Masque and Dagger, Rhod. Show- Legend, j.R.C., Oregon State College. ORWICK, KEN-Royal C, Sigma Phi, Sirs, Rhocl. Show, jr. Class, V. Pres., Football, Basketball, Baseball, College. OSTER, HARRIETTE-College. OTZEN, DOROTHYAReg. Rep., Rhod. Show, Girls Glee, Deltoria, Sorosis, Work. OWVEN, JUDY-Niki, I.R.L., College. PALMER, GARY-Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Base- ball, Swimming, Track, Music, Service. 7 PARELIUS, BOBfThane, Pres., Kyro, Sec., Nat'l. Honor Society, Dad's Scholarship Groups, Chemistry Award, Football, Basketball, Baseball, College. PARISE, LOUIS+D2lHCG Band, Royal C, Tumbling Club, Wrestling, Air Force. PATERA, NORM-Sirs, Kyro, Royal C, Reg. Rep., Basket- ball, Track, Football, All-City 2 years, Service. PAULSEN, BILL-Thane, Royal C, Camera Club, Wrest- ling, Oregon State. PAULSON, BILL-Thane, Chess Club, Tennis, Golf, Col- lege. Competent and quiet, Linda Sirnonsen finds from her duties as senior class secretary to be actiue in club work. N , I I Morrow Mundorff McCarty McCollum McDaniel McLain fam 'We' pun. sf? H991 Wav f 5' 1 , , , 54- W- ' Lf nys k 6-fl Seniors of '59 E 4nm..X Viv MCCIRUU McKclx'c'y McNeill, B. Palmer Owen McNeill, P' Neuman Niece 1511115011 Paulson Neislnr Oliver 0'Neil1 0IN8'iCk Oster Otzen Purclius Parise Patem 5: - MQ., 'Y' 5 , .5 1 MF sf' . I 'qwjjsibfvff - ilfif E V V T Vkm , L S Pearlmutter Perrin Pearson Peccie Peters Petersen Poorman Powell, C. Rammc Haney , 5 9 Ready Henan .. Peizner Peterson Powell, P. Rascllio Reneau, A. i,m..r r.e, Q-fy 'UQ ..- Peron Platt Pruitt Raschke Reneau, C W r Rice Richardson Riddle Riley, R. Robb Robertson PEARLMUTTER, MIKE-Thane, Masque and Dagger, Slide Rule Club, Assemblies, Frosh Mixed Choir, A Cap- pella, Baseball, College. PEARSON, GAYLE-Deltoria, Sorosis, Work. PECCIE, RICHARD-Sigma Phi, Kyro, Royal C, Usher, Reg. Rep., I.R.L., Ir. Prom, Baseball, Football, Varsity Rally, University of Oregon. PEIZNER, SUE-Nat'l Honor Society, Deltoria, Beta Chi, Chaplain, I.R.L., Treas., F.T.A., Freshie'Frolic, Work. PERON, LINDA-Deltoria, Sorosis, Kalana Chi, Swimming Team, College. PERRIN, LINDA-Pi Upsilon, Service Rep., Kuisti, Freshie Frolic, Rhod. Show, Sr. Class Comm., Honor Roll, E.E., Golf, College. PETERS, DOUGLAS-Youth for Christ, Slide Rule Club, Sr. Prom Comm., Curtain Calls, Swimming, College. PETERSEN, GLORIA-Girls Glee, A Cappella, Cleveland- aires, I.R.L., Allegretto, Freshie Frolic, Brigadoon, Youth for Christ, College. PETERSON, ROBERT-A Cappella, Clevelandaires, Rhod. Show, Thane, Chaplain, Frosh Frolic, Allegretto, V. Pres., Curtain Calls, Football, Basketball, Tennis. PLATT, JOYCE-Deltoria, Sorosis, Rhod. Show, Zios, Pi Upsilon, Assemblies, Pep Club, Freshie Frolic, College. POORMAN, JOHN - Spanish Club, .Treas., Chess Club, Pres., Sigma Phi, Sirs, Football, Track, Wrestling, Oregon State. POWELL, CHARLENE-Zios, Scribe, Deltoria, Sorosis, Girls Glee, Work. POWELL, PAM - Amikki, Zios, Treas., Pres., Deltoria, Sorosis, Nat'l. Honor Society, Rhod. Show, Rhod. Princess, Modeling Club, College. PRUITT, BERT-Kyro, Football, Track, Basketball, Base- ball, Legend Staff, Service. Riggs Riley, D. Robinson Rodgers RAMME, KURT-Band Portland State. RANEY, BRENT - Kyro, Sgt.-at-Arms, Royal C, Frosh Frolic, Movie Crew, Wrestling, Track, Cross Country, College. RASCHIO, TOM-I.R.L., Baseball, College. RASCHKE, TERRY-Kyro, Royal C, Usher, Rhod. Show, Football, Wrestling, Track, College. READY, DANIEL - Youth for Christ, Boy's Clee, Boyls Quartet, Ensemble, Choir. RENAN, SHELDON-Record Club, Blotter, Nat'l. Honor Society, S.B. Play, Track, Reed. RENEAU, ANITA-Beta Chi, Pep Club, Treas., Sorosis, Girls League, Reg. Rep., College. X: RENEAU, GERALD-Fishing and Hiking Club, Service. RICE, GARY - Kyro, Bowling Club, Rhod. Show, Pep Band, Football, Basketball, College. RICHARDSON, PENNY-Amikki, Sgt.-of-Arms, Zios, Frosh F rolic, Deltoria, Sorosis, Masque and Dagger, Reg. Rep., jr. Prom Comm., Girls League, Oregon State College. RIDDLE, DICK-Thespians, Stage Crew, Head, Fire and Civil Defense Sqs., Head, Movie Crew, Oregon State. RIGCS, IOAN-I.R.L., Nat'l. Honor Society, Blotter, I.R.C., Freshie F rolic, Rhod. Show, Quill and Scroll, College. RILEY, DON-Nat'l. Honor Society, Art Club, College. RILEY, RON-I.R.L., Rhod. Show, Portland State. ROBB, DICK-Air Force. ROBERTSON, GEORGE-Band, Camera Club, Ski Club, Curtain Calls, Track, Wrestling, Oregon State. ROBINSON, ROGER-I.R.L., Frosh Mixed Choir, College. RODCERS, SUE--Kalana Chi, Historian, I.R.L., Science Club, Rhod. Show, Masque and Dagger, Fr. Choir, College. " W 53 4 .-.-J 'X' if .iff :G+ . 1.L.. -wanna 6 Rogers Rust Schmidt Sepich Seniors of '59 Rosentreter Ross Rossi Sample Sargent Schenk Schoenfield Scott, A. Scott, D. Shannon Sheldrew Shotwell Q V212 4 ' X an v ! Roth Schiermeister. Scott, K. Siegfried 'Simonsen Smith, K. Smith, R. Lost in her studies, Flo H enfyoji, student body Sorenson, L. Sorenson, W. Sorrels treasurer finds time to be active ROGERS, RAYMOND-Army. ROSENTRETER, MIKE f Thane, Nat'l. Honor Society, Royal C, Football, Track, Basketball, College. ROSS, DAVID-Royal C, F rosh Frolic, Football, Basketball, Baseball, College. ROSSI, SANDRA-Phi Theta, Pres., Pi Upsilon, Deltoria, Sorosis, University of Oregon. ROTH, TONY-Bowling Club, Frosh Frolic, Rhod. Show, Assemblies, Sr. Class Comm., Coast Guard. RUST, DORIS - Ir. Choir, Sr. Pep Club, Stage Crew, College. SAMPLE, JUDY-Amikki, Historian, Kuisti, Deltoria, Soro- sis, Rhod. Show, Freshie Frolic, Modeling Club, Tennis, College. SARCENT, SANDY - Masque and Dagger, Art Club, F.H.A., Dental Asst. SCHENK, IOANNE - Niki, Square Dance Club, Sec. College. SCHIERMEISTER, LLOYD-Football, Basketball, College. SCHMIDT, BEVERLY-Deltoria, Sorosis, Pep Club, Work SCHOENFIELD, STAN-Assemblies, Stage Crew, Thes- pian, Frosh Chess Club, Track, Service. SCOTT, ARLEN-Allegretto, I.R.L., Masque and Dagger Camera Club, ACappella, Clevelandaires, Football, Track Tennis, College. SCOTT, DARLENE - Pi Upsilon, Sgt.-at-Arms, Sorosis F.H.A., College. 1 v in student body affairs. SCOTT, KATHY-Masque and Dagger, Pep Club, Sgt.-at Arms, Freshie F rolic, Sr. Class Comm., Work. SEPICH, STEPHEN-Optimist, Royal C, Reg. Rep., Foot- ball, Track, Basketball, College. SHANNON, IANICE-Kalana Chi, I.R.L., Square Dance Club, Youth for Christ, Work. SHELDREW, JAMES-Sirs, ski Club, Reg. Rep., Varsity Rally, Track, Cross Country, S.B. Service Rep., College. SHOTWELL, LINDA-Pi Upsilon, Natil. Honor Society, Legend, Co-Editor, Sorosis, Deltoria, I.R.L., College. SIECFRIED, JAMES-Frosh Frolic, Assemblies, Army. SIMONSEN, LINDA-Amikki, Kuisti, Sec., Nat'l. Honor Society, Honor Roll, Rhod. Show, Rhod. Princess, Sr. Class Sec., Fr. Class, Sec., College. SMITH, KAY-Amikki, Kuisti, V. Pres., Pres., Nat'l. Honor Society, Sr. Class Comm., Rhod. Princess, Deltoria, Soro- sis, 'Modeling Club, Pres., Fashion Board, S.B. Sec., College. SMITH, RAY-Thane Ski Club, Frosh Frolic, Fishing and Hiking Club, I.R.L., Reg. Rep., Wrestling, Golf, Swim- ming, University of Oregon. SORENSON, LYLE-Bowling Club, Football, Work. SORENSON, WALT-Band, Chess Club, Ski Club, Foot- ball, Work. SORRELS, GEORGE-Thespians, Masque and Dagger, Assemblies, Frosh Frolic, S.B. Plays. SOUDERS, DONNAWDQ-ltoriag Sorosisg NVork. SPEICHINGER, CATHY-Bandg Orehestrag Nat,l. Honor Society, Dads Cluh Scholarship Group, Pi Upsilong Ziosg Sorosisg F.H.A.g E.E.g College. STALLINCS, DENNIS-Band, Air Force. STANTON, IOHN--Ir. Choir, I.R.L.g Masque and Daggerg Blotter, Foothallg Traekg Armyg College. STARK, TOMfNat'l. Assemhliesg Rally Assembliesg Frosh F rolie. STEPHENS, jUDYAPi Upsilon, Pres.g Kuistig Nat'l. Honor Society, Deltoria, Pres.g Sorosisg I.R.C.g Rhod. Showg Freshie Frolieg Sr. Class COIHIILQ Honor Rollg Work. STRUTTON, BETTY-Nikig Sorosisg College. STUART, LELAND-Olxtiinistg Nat'l. Honor Societyg Frosh Frolicg College. f"s'Wa....,, SUNSERI, Tohlfeslglllkl Phig Sirs, Pres.g Sr. Class Comm.5 Frosh Frolicg Reg. Rep.g Football, Trackg Baseballg College. SUTTON, LOIS-Camera Clubg Movie Crew, VVork. SNVAIM, MIKE-Sirs, Sgt.-at-Arms, Royal C, Sec., Treas., Usher: Reg. Rep.g Sigma Phi, Sgt.-at-Armsg Foothallg NVrt-stlingg Baskethallg Trackg Tennisg Oregon State. TATONE, BOB-Optimistg I.R.L.g Rhod. Show, Masque and Dagger, Sr. Class Comm., Basketball, Oregon State. TEACH, ELSIE-Modeling Cluhg VVork. THOMPSON, LOREN--fNat'l. Honor Societyg Dad's Schol- arship Groupg Thane, See.g Spanish Club, St-c.g Trackg Foothall, Mgr., Cross Country, College. 2 r iii Strutton Stuart Sunseri Tatone Teach Thompson, L. Seniors of '59 Souders Stallings Stark Sutton Thompso Speichinger Stanton Stephens Swaim H' R' Thomas THOMPSON, RONALD-Optimist, Football, Basketball, College. THOMAS, jOANNEAKalana Chi, Treas., Nat'l. Honor Society, Deltoria, Sorosis, Niki, I.R.L., College. THRALL, GARY-Undecided. TONSINC, JOAN-Deltoria, Kalana Chi, College. TROUT, BILL-Youth for Christ, Slide Rule Club, Band, Pep Band, Orchestra, College. TUTTLE, LYLE-Work, Navy. TUTTLE, jONABlotter, College. UNGEMACH, SYLVIA-Rhod. Show, Nat'l. Honor Society, Sorosis, Deltoria, Pep Club, Assemblies, I.R.L., Portland State. UNIS, JEAN f Pi Upsilon, Beta Chi, V. Pres., Sr. Class Comm., I.R.L., Treas., Deltoria, Legend, Co-Editor, Nat'l. Honor Society, Quill and Scroll, Student Secretary, Work. UPHAM, CARY!-Sirs, Kyro, Royal C, Usher, Natll. Honor Society, Reg.'Rep., Football, Track, College. VAN CAMP, NED W Allegretto, Stamp Club, Youth for Christ, Track, College. VANCIL, KAREN-Deltoria, Sorosis, Modeling Club, Frosh F rolic, VVork. VETSCH, KATHRYN-Freshie Frolic, Rhod. Show, Sr. Class Comm., Modeling Club, Marriage. VIAR, VALERlE4Amilcki, Treas., Kuisti, Corres. Sec., Deltoria, Sorosis, Modeling Club, Nat'l. Honor Society, Rhod. Show, Varsity Rally, Tennis, College. dy" 'Sl Thrall Tonsing Van Camp Both outstandin scholastically, Bob McNe1ll and Trout Tuttle, L. Viar Sara F ielcf are involved in many extra Tuttle, Ungemach curricular activities. Unis Upham Vancil Vetsch 5 9 Seniors of '59 VINCENT, BEVERLY - Pi Upsilon, Song Leaderg Ziosg Sorosisg I.R.L.g College. WADDLE, ROBERTA--Ziosg Pi Upsilon, Treas.g Sorosisg Freshie Frolicg I.R.L.g University of Orem. WACNER, KEN-Assembliesg Rhod. Showg Frosh Sr. Class Comm.g Work. WALKER, GLORIA-Amiklfi, Asst. Treas.g Zios, V, ltoriag Frolicg Pres.g Deltoriag Sorosisg Rhod. Showg Modeling Clubg College. WALTER, BARBARA-Masque and Daggerg ski Clubg Arr Clubg Nat'l. Honor Societyg Beta Chi, Pres.g Freshie Curtain Callsg Rhod. Showg Tennisg Oregon State. Frolicg XVAMPLER, RON-Thaneg C-olfg Trackg Cross Countryg Wrestlingg College. WARD, VALERIE-Freshie Frolicg Deltoriag Sorosisg Col- lege. NVARRICK, RICHARD-Kyrog Royal C4 Dance Band bling Clubg Rhod. Showg F ootballg Trackg JV Varsity Rallyg College. Tum- Rallyg WVARRICK, ROBERT-Kyrog Optimistg IV Rallyg Varsity Rallyg I.R.L.g Square Dance Clubg jr. Class Sgt.-at-Armsg Footballg Trackg College. v WATKINS, EARL-Optimist, Sec.g I.R.L.g Royal C5 Basket- ballg Trackg Cross Countryg College. WATKINS, ERLENE - Beta Chi, Service R6p.g Fresllie Frolicg Sorosisg College. WATSON, GLAPHRE-Youth for Christg A Cappellag Del- toriag Curtain Callsg College. Vincent Waddle Wagner Walker Walter Wampler Ward Warrick, Richard Warrick, Robert WEBSTER, CONSTANCE-F.H.A.g Secretarial Work. NVEINSTEIN, SHERRY-Trolee, Scribeg Zios, Chaplaing Deltoria, Sec.g Sorosisg I.R.L.g Rhod. Showg Nat'l. Honor Societyg Dad's Scholarship Groupg Sr. Class. Comm.g Whitman. NVEISNER, ADOLF-Army. XVILLIAMS, ANNE-Rhod. Sliowg Reg. Rep.g Nat'l. Honor Societyg Zios, Pres.g Phi Thetag Deltoriag Sorosisg Oregon State. WILLIAMS, RAY - Assembliesg Rhod. Showg Sr. Class Comm.g Frosh Frolicg Nat'l. Honor Societyg Footballg College. XVILLIAMS, SANDRA-Deltoriag I.R.L.g S0r0SiSg Tri Yg Modeling Clubg Freshie Frolicg Pep Clubg Sorosis Style Showg WVork. WILMARTH, jAMESw-Camera Clubg College. WVILSON, SHARON-Deltoriag Nikig Nat'l. Honor Societyg Work. YVOLLERMAN, BARBARA-Deltoriag Sorosisg Work. WOOLEVER, GERALD -- Nat'l. Honor Societyg Dance Bandg Slide Rule Clubg Curtain Callsg Dad's Scholarship Croupg Reg. Rep.g Wrestlingg College. WRUBLE, DORTHEA--Deltoriag Sorosisg Sr. Class Comm.g Rhod. Showg j.R.C.g Freshie Frolicg Trolee, Sgt.-at-Armsg Zios, Asst. Sec.g Tennisg College. ZIMMERMAN, GARY-Sirsg Thaneg Nat'l. Honor Societyg Wrestlingg Baseballg College. ww f ix K sf A , Y W' il VV atkins, Earl Watkins, Erlene Watson Webster VVeinstein Weisner .V. !.?'F!lVY,x,, L, Seniors of '59 new-if G ,V:, Q 'i fm 5 4 Wi1li2llT1S, A- Williams, R. Williams, S. Wilmilrth Wilson Wollerman W00leVeI Wruble Zimmerman Senior Prom-Lynn Christensen, Penny Richardson, Bob Peterson, Larry Meyers, jerry Lewis, Sharon Branson, Dave Long, Dick Peccie. ,X af M ,aww K Dues Committee-FIRST ROW: Iucly Halverson SECOND ROW: Deanna Dunn, Linda Simonsen Carol Forsythe. Seniors Busy As Year Progresses Announcenwnts-LEFT TO RIGHT: Leslie Liberty, june Mitchell, Rick Lund. PotluckfLEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Keenan, Marcia Bump, jo Knight, judy Sample, Kay Smith, Jeannie Knight. my . 'S Q A A .Ev ffix . SENIOR!! ' GIAWAYIOEQ , ,C Q.. unwmmm A-I 9, as Commencement-RIGHT:Dave Ross and Darlene Scott. ,iw Frcslzie Frolic-UPPER PICTURE: XValt Evans and Iudy Halverson Baccalaureate-LOXVER PICTURE, FIRST ROW: Gerry Johnson, Carolyn Cash. SECOND RONV: Boh Parelius, Kathy Bates. 1 Akai if 5 A I I 'J . , is 0 s ,f 4 2 i Q PR 'WX I o , 'Nu .ig A- Q Era ...- .Z W- . Z Senior Class Day-FIRST ROW: Laurel Niece, Kay Smith and Deanna Dean. SECOND ROVV: Reece Bader, Dick Peccie, John Morrison, and Maryann Gilbaugh. Caps and Gown-LEFT TO RIGHT: Kathy Fears, Lee Mayo, and Anne Durr. 'S-. Sirkka Lankinen, AFS Representative to the U. S., flrom Finland, models her native costume. A F S Contrasts Foreign and 'UW g, 62 ABOVE: Jean Arnett, recently returned from Denmark, talks to Cleveland's AFS Representative, Sirkka Lankinen. RIGHT: Jeannie McCarthy, AI1l6flTlH Field Service Rep- resentative to Turkey, displays sc ne of her souvenirs. The American Field Service is an organization devoted to bettering the world situation through the mutual understanding of teenagers. The extensive program of exchanging students from foreign lands is carried on actively in Port- land. Each school year Cleveland is honored with an exchange student from a foreign country and during the summer a junior is selected to go abroad. Our exchange student this year is Sirkka Lan- kinen from Finland. Sirkka is living with Shirley Brown and her parents. One of Sirkka's first ambitions was to see an American football game, which she enjoyed very much. Jean McCarthy was selected to represent Cleveland in the summer program carried on by AFS. Jean lived in Istanbul, Turkey. Another AFS student, Jean Arnett represented Cleveland in the winter program in Denmark. Both girls said that they enjoyed their experi- ences in their representative countries. American Life 'Q 1 . HMI H, 3 A L A'LL L 51' V L, I ' L Albrecht, Elsa J .L N L .4 ., I, L v ' " Q . Albrecht, Nelly A H5 ' "V L 'l" """- ' 1 4' Azar Lil . 6 A ,S 1 ' 'Q r-lv, .,-nf 'L ' y W' ' , ' Q W' . A A ' ' , a- Bauber, Werner 3+ - A nf, p -- ,V f' 1, f' , -I ' ' it r Castellano, Sahino ' W. -- L A ' Q L , A L ' ,l ' Farah, Lillia - ' - K P ' L. it Q I i Guyml, Jean A Gayral, Pierre ' U V l M. A V ' N Y Gilibi, Francesca .. I """ ,.. ' , ' -'- N -'Q V 'jx ' we - Lee, Susan 4 1 L 'F Ll X , ' ' , f -, L Ag n ii Leonetti, Antonio 1 fi ,jg gf' 5 ,, t v ' li Q fi A , ,ir Papas, George R to i it 1 f Rebagliati, Peter - 4. V 2 ' L ' if VL- - l 'ale -. it ft' V A Schiller, Karen .3 ' an " Anil f O A NVong, Ann X ' A fg, Yoshida, Mas it W Studying Increases the Foreign Students Knowledge of American Life Cleveland students are very fortunate because they are able to play host to Portland's non-English speaking students. The foreign students not only learn to speak our language, but also learn about American customs. Although they spend most of their time in the classroom with their teacher, Miss Mary Harding, they also share their knowledge and experiences in the International Club. Some of the boys participate in Cleveland's athletic program. junior Class Officers-f FIRST ROXV: Bunnie Bristol, ffC!LSIlI'Pl'Q Tim Ilclzcr, presidentg Pat Chapman, secretary, SECOND ROXV: Dan Cennna, eine presidcnfg Bill Browning, sg!-at-arlns, Mrs. llardy, zulrisorg and Mike Clanville, sgt.-at-nrnzs. uniors Work on Busy Schedule Two years gone and two to go. Although this is the thought which ran through many of the juniors, minds as they began the year, it was more fun than was expected . . . no longer lower classmen . . . finally big upper classmen . . . mixers . . . potlucks . . . climaxed with the long awaited Iunior Prom. Another activity was selecting a class pin before Christmas so that orders could be placed for Christmas gifts. A committee to enlarge the Nancy Case fund, which will be used as a music scholarship to be awarded to a member of the class of '60, was one of the main projects of their busy schedule. The biggest evcnt of the year was the Junior Prom. Committees were functioning throughout the year so that it would be a big success. The effective leadership of Tim Helzer, junior class president, and his officers has prepared this class to accept the responsibility confronting them in their senior year as leaders of the entire student body. 3, , at ,Q Ahendroth, Bev rig it 9 Adams, Randy ' Adamson, Margaret Airoldi, Harold Alden, Vicki Alexander, Vicki Allison,'Bill 19" 'W Iv H mg 'Jef new 5 -'ill 5 - -- rn.. ..-., .asus --,. n Q T ig- Q 5, il ..,, i A ,, 'f ,, ,, , r K p my 3 9 , aaana , .a , -f -1+" i V - V 1 A Amato, Charles - V lll 9 A' i . A ix ' Amato, Dick n f Qi ? V A A , Anderson, Bonnie A , , , T5 'V A H 'A ' , b I Anderson, Call ,W g ,AA fr Y V. V. , A . -A XL: ' rf ' i f 3. r 1 , at Anderson, Sharon - ' W V., X A V.w' 1 Nw Lax, I , 'A as . - Antrim, Cookie ' r syi 1 V I V , i 3 P: f Antrim, Flossie F A ' A ' ' '5-f A , Y Q ' X APIJIGSMC, CNY f 'H 2 ' I ' B il Babb, Kay '-2' l V , B - ,.,,,. if . 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T., V H ,iffy Torchin, Judy in 1 'MF' tl T ,,,,,,,i s it it - Vona, Sharon ' , QV I pa" V Vining, Pat S V g KJ F, V Walsh, Ed QQ 0' ' A V lnll - nl ' Q D, Wampler, Roger if ,V -Q ' ' fl M' ., ,, -DM VVVV Q If ' , " VVard, Sharon Watson, Carol V , , . 5 V, - ,V 5+ . , S we fi Watkins, Teresa Weaver, Al T V VL ce ,1 .... , if .V , l " 1 N ,gp i Watkins, Virginia VVeatherby, Mike S I U ri J ., f ,, wifi, f -Q , XVebster, Dennis VVV - x 'I A T X ' J it his J ' f f T 1 V ' WVelch, Ron k' T, 'Jin ' West, Sherrie , T - A W i., NVestfall, Sue " W f li L1I1101'S V ,V VVilhelm, Barb ' V ' " V I S. , Williams, Mary Sue 3 " - it , A J Q gwg V f, Q 3 J'ViJloug2JJy, Paul , ff ' fi? " 1 , - Vi son, ary 5 . ' -, K g VVilson, Gary ,. , , , 5 1 :.V ,V V, , M' V ll 55? A V., A A N, V ,V V -uv ki . New Q, A is . eies T- i it ' VVilson, Laverne Whitaker, Judy White, Larry Whitman, Donna Wmxlf, Viva Yazzolino, Linda Sophomore Class OfficersfFIRST ROW: Gloria Heckaman, treasurerg jerry McClung presz dent Judy Edwards, secretary. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Clark, aduisorg Micky Mimnaugh sgt at arms Dennis Deering, vice-presidentg Alan Gross, sgt.-at-armsg Mr. Harmon, advisor "Freshman - Sophomore Kick - Off " Sponsored by Class Giving service to their school is the goal of the Sophomore Class. Welcoming the Freshmen to Cleveland saw the "Freshman- Sophomore Kick-Offn a lively and eagerly attended event. Selling popcorn at all the home games during the basketball season was a familiar sight. In appreciation of their services the secretaries, lunch cooks, and the custodian help were honored at a tea in early spring. Sponsoring an after game dance and then using their money in reward of their good deeds they went on a picnic. Putting the final touch on their successful year the Sophomore Class presented a spring dance for the students. ..-J Abell, Janice Alderson, Liz Alton, Judy Anderson, Diane Anderson, Don Anderson, Ioanie Antonatos, Ioyce Anuschat, Paul Architect, Kay Arness, Sally YW? ...A I ff? c K I N 0 5 r Arnold, LaDean Ashworth, Sharon Baden, Sharon r leer? at it I-35, V K Baker, Ierry Barteaux, Connie 1, up 5, 5. J . 1 Baker, Roger Baxter, Linda it Z Abi -ai! Baratta, Lucille Bearson,Mary Pam .. .- . , ,. i ' . V .--' I rf gif ff! is 1 , by V Q , Beeler,Iim 2 PY A' ' F 'B p' Beers, Lana I ,- --W' il' Vg Bell, Sharon fi M' is i Bemis, Dennis 4 ' i W ,V ,, Vg., , Benadon, james I An ' - g 4' , ez Bender, Calvin , ' ', 5 f, A-iwjv I A A ,,,. xt " if' . 'Q X 4 M V F .., V, , bv f 5 f x X I ,wt A 'at " ' ng. ,R 4,-fa.. ' 5' , i A if e we i 'B l n 1 t - A new-'i2 ,H i r X .y,, r -- F , l or n A so S r"..,.. of M our " we 1, t r , 'wmv . to ,,,, 4." , V 5 A- " 3' .nr if 'V ' " ' ---f, ,, L, 3' - c at A ncne ,5 " , -,f' , 1 .. ,--, ' 'A 1 r il' ' "n Z, B fx saw fr, . . - .X . J ,g al K my I 1- , 5 vs, V I 4 M ? y , ,J Q. X? av. -do F". 9 , J 5 r If ! ! Q 3 Bennett, Carol Bishop, Carolyn Bishop, Evelyn Bishop, Julie Black, Carol Blair, Caridy Blank, Don Bliss, Barbara Bodell, Barbara Boetel, Eugene Bowe, Bobbe Boyd, Dick Boyer, Vicki Bradley, Sharon Bradshaw, joel Brandt, Carol Bristol, Bill Brown, jean Brown, Kay Brown, Luetta Brown, Roland Bryant, Kathy Bryant, Sally Bryson, John Bundy, Carol Buono, Dave Burcur, Linda Burdett, Lanny Bums, David Busby, Anita Butler, Loretta Cadwell, Bob Cameron, Pat Capri, Marietta Carlile, Bruce Carlston, Iudy Carroll, Pamela ChapPell, Terry Christensen, Marcia Cianni, Toni Class, Bradley Cloud, David Coffey, Leana Cohon, Dick Cosistro, Iudy K v A lllt' as-,glib Q V, , V Xi li ,.,,, ii iii gkii f " V 5' V A I , ' 4 3 -. faigff . if fi iz V , ' fi ' S B W-W-Q. . A to e" ' Mc? fb , C e ,, , , l . , ,,.. I "'- Q .,,- Q A A 'E V 4 Sophomores QOH, J, ' rl M, x , is. , 8 L 40s. wk N. z. 1-+4-ar is sh W 1 W y , Ox A ,V 4 at l . M.: --1 E' B f-fs, ss: - QM? if -,.' I 'Ly H ' K ' .1-v., me -'A ,V t VZ, I V. K . , I ,., r l Connoyer, Ron 4 fr in 'E' 71 Corenbaum,1ohn V,,' 55' , N Q Crandall,Cayle --I -C wi' ' fi, , L i ,H Y Cristy, Larry A ll i Crosswhite, Cay W' ' ' " " , , , 4 I .ng-M I. .- X 6 X i K l v Dahligren, Diane Dailfiy, Mike Davi , Marilyn Q I l I Dempster, Dave Denrhan, Cheryl De Pue, Brian 2 tsl A M ll Czesla, Ioyce Deering, Dennis De Long, joe Del Valle, Jerry Doud, Jim Dowd, Elizabeth Du Bois, Mary Dunn, Frank Eads, Priscilla Eugen Iviren Edwards udy Edwards Sheryl Eklof Klren Elliot Clry A 4 s F1 9 J, ,gf ft Q, t.:, h 'ii I: . X wi Q ' ' 95915 5 A g N i 3, i 5. . . , ,W 5 V49 -Ji. we' 1 'W 'Q' d L vi gy rs. 8 f iw -9 Y L I 8 l x l 5, A ' Q' :HA 62 r A F , A ff? ' f I ,bg E- ..,.: K- I Q t x , t - i g A X :N 'rw v 9 L ' or -X A " 'A' ' . , , V W 5 My Q fl A Z vu I NF I , .R 1...-w K ' 1455 - r , LV, :- , Q.,-f M V Lqrr ",,.-, ,, 'sr ,if-, S 2 M "' A ' ge " his A Q, v if l " -'H' 'fn J' " - , A fl ' I 1 6 'Q yn -. , Q... 4+ ,,.. Q.. ,,, A..... . :Y H, 1 1 "2 lvl! A 5'- I I 'i , is ras? ...ab-G S. ,K . .f-gp tt, f , Gayral, Pierre Genzer, Annamarie Gill, Sue Godbey, Sharon Godwin, Jean Goldberg, Larry Colden, May Good, Alice Goodwillie, Ann Grubbs, George Gruenhagen, Pam Gruenther Alexis Gunter Linda Halley, Douglas Hamilton Pat Hansen Rich Harris, Lloyd Harris, Sally Gray, Lynnette Greco, Vicki Green, Linda Greenfield, Guy Grenawalt, Linda Grinder, Kristina " 5 'Q' Ellis, Duane Enna, Dave Enna, Ron Ennis, George Eskelson, Lea Estes, Lester Famsworth, Mike Farrell, Sharon Faullc, Al Fears, Dave Fimmel, Susan Finley, Phoebe Fisher, Brenda Fitzgerald,.Alan Flack, Claudia Fleming, Dianne Flora, Iudy Foster, Betty Foster, Patsy Frizzell, Marvin F ugua, Linda Galitski, Penny Gambaro, Virginia Gardner, Lucretia Sophomores F tsei i or is -Q 5 X gg. Fksk fa we .L H.. 1 N, 'Q x l he K : . " A ' , M. f ,S yn i ' , SLR I .,,, F i Haberstich, Bonnie QT, V ,A" ' J - 1. - Q if s , FL? , 6 as J M 1 A 3 - i , X 1 .lf , S ' . 9 9 W J I Harsch, Gary Hartshom, Carol Hartwell, Judi Hasson, Dick Hays, Rick Head, Dennis Heckamen, Gloria Hedges, Steve Hege, Bob Hempel, Marlys Hendren, Gail Henjyoji, Grant Henley, Jack Henley, Jim Hermann, Jim Hessemer, Suzy Hetrick, Janice Hill, Harold Hinz, Judv Holmes, Cathie Hongo, Brenda Sophomores fs, of , A-AM 1 f N " ,.-.,- 2 f-'W v i -r nnne - y 4-Q' 'f 1 , ,AI 2 .L K E 'uk ez A 4-we Wi, . W 55 ri 11. if , , - ' A M! 2. 5. if -, , ,F 'if gl 1 we -Q, 7 Q 5 X I 1 Huslny, Ron Huslon, Eleanor Hydlq, Kathy r l Ibabp, Flo Ikatzi, Ron Indehor, Bob MH? N, nf i , -f 'W' 'SQ' all 4 71 ., J ,ff - 45 'fi 1, i -5 , . L .. "'. sf ,. ,er I r Q f J 5 , . 9 i, .,,,. K fy ,si A , W? H Si N f x ' fm ' . M eff , J g A Q , Mp ,f it X 179 H0 Q , 1 ian W 'Q 4, 1? J A u , , J K M I lv N f iq Hoppe, Aneta Howell, Mickey Huffman, Connie Hunger, Marlene Hunsaker, Diana Hunt, Sue ,ei ,yawn W 5 ill' , - I V, ,V 'W 7 .ii 'V 'Q 5 I 5 K adj? k ' 1-"" My . x ix S sm U A 'I' 5, ln, Lip' if vis " A +25 3 ' is Q ,- "'1' l 3' 'E W Ivie, John Jann, Gary Jarvin, Bill Joens, Louise Johns, Judy Johnson, Boh Johnson, Carol Johnson, Dennis Johnson, Keith Johnson, Norma Jones, Sandra Kaiser, Bill Kaufman, Nancy Keady, Ken W 'l 4 3 -Q 'Q fy Q 'N 5 10-Q .A 'V Keep, Bill Kehrli, Pat Kelly, Bill Kirch, Gary Kirchner, Roger Kleist, Don Knutsen, Sandy Koch, Karl Koe, Pamela LaChappelle, Dawn Lakin, Mary Lamberton, Becky Landen, Grace Lawrance, Barry 40+ .Q 1 ff 1,. ' +-'Sf 'Q' A ii I 4 it ., 11 K X 1' M 5 T .zz-1 'Q f , l' 'V A i 1 " L Y he ,A W sf if as ' JS' J in 1 Q '- 'af ' . f ' - ,E f I rr? si ,,, x Q J? Lewis, Ioan Lewis, Sue Littlehales, Iolin Long, Candy Long, Danny Lorenzini, David - we " WI iiz, X' x sv 'K 2' 5 fi u S NE , 1 ' ul QQ - f . , Q Layne, Linda Leach, Pat Lee, Gary Leitheiser, Mike Leonetti, Antonio Leupold, Suzanne , '.. 'QR' lx Q -,T l . ,I , Q, K . ' 1 , i A L I ..f k 4.A M ,. 5' aw - N ,ar e f L .K ez? ""'5' ii li it 1 Sophomores Low, Carolyn Low, Phil Luck, David Luck, Lester Luttrell, jim Lyle, Linda MacEwan. Scotty MacKenzie, Douglas Madsen, Meryle Malbin, Linda Malyon, Tim Maranville, Lorraine Marl, Pat Maurer, Sue Mecham, Lee Meek, jesse Merchant, Ioan Merchant, Judy Michelet, john Miesner, Ron Miller, Charlotte Mimnaugh, Dick Mimnaugh, Mickey Miniutti, Ian Mitchell, Janet Moll, Patty Mooclenbaugh, lim Muessig, Tamara Muir, Richard 4 ' F ,U U 4f v Ol i lx N , W S ,rf C' sf ' ff sv r McAllister, Jeanette A- ' W" V McCollum, Don . . .. .. N Yi 'K V ,lm McClun , err f V ' 1 in A, ,,.' , ., V , BlCDOHZlidlD2llll1 lil il I A, " Y , 4 - is ' M i McDonald, Marylou ,uw ,iek 1 P ' ""' McDuffee, Pat ,,. .. iy ' V ,.: Q - 1 P ,A I r ,gg M , ,- .,VV la Y i Sophomores .,.,,,v' F -Q., ,, s X 3 1 if 9 u R .mit Q Mcllellan, Connie Mc eill, Kara Mc V ee, Joanne n w l l Nasli, Tony ee ,ham Bill Nels n Sue All -Qs McFarling, Bruce McGilvra, Keith Mt-Kelvey, Ann McKinley, Mary McKinnon, Suzann McLaughlin, Warren f""!lP Neptune, Steve Nettrouer, jim Newman, David Newton, Anne Nielsen, julie Noakes, Beverly North, Doris North, Nancy Okamoto, Karen Oliver, Barbara Olson, Craig Pairar, Roberta Palmer, Robert Papini, Nancy Parker, Nancy Patera, Ken Pawson, Dave Peters, jim ,'-. 3 gy.. .I L .ix 4' fa., 1 I A Y I V ,W N1 in , -- Z., f-.E y r If l I R ' Q 7354 sf ' 7 'P 1 ,M M will - O V -I e N 1 xy I ,,, Raclchom,Cary M, 5 M Q' V' ly, 1 m -' . Ragnone, Pat ,A X Q A ig' ,A f b Ramsey, Jennifer 1, ,,:, 5 ii' 1--Q , A-vm R' V, ' rf ' 4' Raschio, Allan U 11 , y 2 4 Reed, Bill ' c - Reeder, Dale Q 'L M , X, Ie , A gh 1 it Reichow, Keith Reid, Dan Renan, Louise Renfro, Vicki Pierce, Carol Pierce, janet Piercey, Doris Porcelli, Frank Potter, Carol Pratt, Cathy Pratt, Judy Preble, Tom Prefontainc, Carol Preslcy, Carol Pugliese, Tony Purcella, Ron Purington, Lynn Putman, Sharon Sophomorcs Rezniclc, Pat A 'ii , 5 Rice, Richard t ii. ,R '1 ' ' K ji Rich, Marva Jean pq ' - . .. " i'i' 'ii 'V is Richards, Larry RAVA A ,,, A A, 1 3 f ' P Richards, Marjorie ' X , U . ii V . V l Richardson, Tag w . L - ' I .AJ 1 1' Jw- 4 L Ridley, Richard W " Rigdon, Randy -1 , ,- Riley, Lee 1' :sb Rinehart, Danny Robbins, Kay I Roberts, Ken Iw- Y. , 7 Pew ill" Robinson Roxanne Rodonlck Marilyn Rogers Don Roumagoux Louise ff' eg 11, 5 '- , A ' 1 sds L , ag e kg, f r d ry Roth, Iudy A Roumagoux, Louis f-f"'V 1 K 1 . -fir' 4. Q 1 ' E is? as ..,. r. if 'Q , . , n if 7 9 , 1: 1131 12, Q1 W -Ms, QF ,Q - sv ,J ..: 1. 1 'N 1 1 1 1 f l 1 Sophomores Runnion, Carol Ryan, Donald Rygg, Launa Saclitler, Ie-ff Savage, jerry Scarci, Sandra Schaefer, Donna Sclmrpf, Merrily Schenk, Barbara Schilling, Van Sclmitzer, Iolm Sclioepflin, Pat Slieeley, Cary Sliwerin, Tom Seecler, Elden Senn, Marie Sliaw, Ken Shaw, Patsy Sliearet, Gail Sherwook, Dick Simon, Mike Simpson, Ioan Sittner, Carolyn Solomon, Pattie Sorrels, Mike Sowersby, Dick Spangler, Sally Steffens, Dannie Steinman, Teresa Stenzel, Tom Stevens, Ronald Stewart, Greg Sticka, Bobbe Storey, Marilyn Sfraka, Patty Strouts, Gail Stuck, Jan Sturmer, Anne Sullivan, Barbara Sutcliffe, Carol Swenson, Craig Swicegood, Marlene Swindell, jerry Szelles, Jerri Tallman, Carol Tammen, Ron Taylor, Brian Taylor, Kathy Taylor, Talona Terhark, Linda Thayer, Mike Thompson, Caroline Thorne, Boyce Thrall, Judy Timm, Steven Tramhlay, Larry 2 id l .p Q y A? X 'L - l , rr , .,,A, K f K -1 in Q l f ::v 13' ' - ,V V A gi -- ,.,i, . . Q A+ i f s ' . ? ::i'i "- i fl' . I Vingelen, John Walker, janet Wasser, Rosalie Watson, Jim Weiner, Al Weiss, Marshal Truman, Barbara Tuhbes, Pat Vail, Sandra 'Vendelin, Janet Veron, Dennis Vincent, Jerry Werschkul, Doug West, jill Wheeler, Dennis Whitehead, Ron Whitelock, Dennis Wickstrand, Gail Sophomores Williams, Shirley Willingham, jack Wilson, Kathy Wirak, Wendy Wong, Bob Wong, Duane Wong, Glen VVoods, Carolyn Wridge, Lonnie Wylie, Dick Yeomans, Indy Yerke, Roger York, Isahel Young, Nancy Energetic and Bewildered Freshmen Prove Wonderful Potential For CHS Initiation . . . orientation . . . bewilderment . . . these were descriptive of the Freshmen. Initiation was feared by all, especially those with older sisters and brothers. "Where,s the stool I bought in the cafeteriafw "Where's the Elevatorfy' Orientation which was to familiarize the Freshmen with the school only impressed upon them how big Cleveland was, and made them even more confused than before. Under the able leadership of Sid Shwab, Judy Sutter, john Sutter, and Leslie Buckhorn, the Freshmen Class had a mixer with the Sophomores, a picnic, pot- luck, and sold refreshments at a basketball game. Freshmen Class officers and counselors-Bill Heckaman, vice president, john Sutter, sergeant- at-arms. ROW TWO-Mrs. Benson, girls' counselorg Leslie Buckhorn, treasurer, Sid Shwab, president, Iudy Sutter, secretary, and Mr. Carlson, boys, counselor. 82 Abrams, Bonnie ,L Adams, Gary L L A , - ' ' L Alberdt,Cary K L , , L ' L L 4 d Alexandar, Mary lane if B A' - -" 4 ' '33 L ' 3' " LL Allegretto, Sandy L. L, LL, ' L - f ji' L fa:A AllCI1,C9-T01 ,.. 2,3 to- ' X 3' ' ,'x' Q Amato, Augie , B - Vvf ,nxn ,L L ' Anderson, Linda L, ,,, Applegate, Judy L Vi .--' ' L LL , LL -r L L,'L' LL Ardueser, Sue r KIAV , iff 6 ,l hv ., ' Z Bake, Frank z i f 1 B ii 4 at f i ,. Q, Baker, Nancy V' , U ' " LA E fi ' - X f A n a ' .1 wrt n 2- ' a I - Q A , Ballantyne, Kent ,,,,, L LL I LL . W-gr L , , , ,, L Barham, Judy Addnd ryeel 5? "A A ' an i M A A Q, f- . ff ' J ' ,::,: L LL.1 L ,L L Bamekoff, Phil Bames, Darlene LLL L L L L L Barrett, Carolyn Y, LLL L . 5 A " Barrett, Pam it 'F L ' j " 'W' ' 3 LL L .W ' f Basart, Sandra ,Q A . QL, LLL A 'Q L L w I A L1 Q' Bechtold, Jeannine 'H -L S' , Q .. .L ' i .T A 'ff' Beck, Paul i vrgn aqfa . erii, , L B 1 A B ....,,,, LLL A L I Beima, Vicky X Bennett, Robert ,LL , L Berardinelli, Mary V ' I fi, L A B 1 A 1 ! i Berg, Sally Bianco, Sheril Y Bianco, Shirley , ' L, '., f Birmingham, Ruth Black, Laurie my L LL e if A Li 'E Black, Ann Blackburn, Tony ii' A - Q ,. fi , ff L Blackwood, Don A AL f-, LL Blair, Craig WL- ,L i Lf f Boldman, Linda i L a Fres men r. ,.,L LL L LL LL' A Bonfiglio, Adolph ALL - L 'M L Bowers, Bob l W 33 ' ','l' lx. , Q ,.., r 1 Bvwlsky, Dixie j L, if d LE L LL - iQ LfQy'5 L ,ML . ' A LL Boyer, Sally L 5 k lr wife za- A Brady, P-at 1 tll A ai. "iiA ,L Brice, Diane A i B , ' 'l'ii '.r Q - N - , A LL LL Brown, Patricia X V L L , 5 Buckhom, Leslie .LW LL L L if , V L 'AL L Burchell,jon A fi QM A L- l Bur1eS0n,LaffY E , 1 L ' AL 'ii' 4, L-L' 5 i',: ,,,,, 5 ',,- if L ,L L ' X Bush, Elgie ' L if . LL L"" L L' Calhoun, David 4 LJ 'dit " , , ,, ,,,L, 1-,, , , , 2 :' L 83 , f . , fr D X , ,1 -'ep ,, s 1' , s , 7ff"9 l i W - ' - Q , ,N s i it 5 ,f .V l ' ' ve. .f . . 4- - 9 I! nv 3 , 7 ,. t. r , ll" N' I 4 f ., N ,. 'Y " W 3 ii if-f -M s o x it .4 1 Ms l' x uf 6 3 R a ri' 'L vi if his t fr :M Coheli, Elaine Collitir, jim Colley, Grace l .. ' 5 Corbett, Mike I A ' I S Corbjn, Linda 6 Cow yn, Marilyn nn A , i HW aw, l1" or V, r it "" - f 4 Y Freshmen Debuhr, Leslie de la Salandra, Mary Diamond, Carole Diers, Allan Dilley, joy Dinwillie, Bonnie Dx Pasquale Cathy D1Pasqu'1le Sharon Dobbins 'mice Dong effery Domly judy Dorsey Edwma Douglas Virginia Drake Nancy Duty Sue Eckton Donald Ehrsam Carole Elliot Gary Elliot jim Elliot Sandra Ellstrom Karen Cox, Bill Cox, Rossie Crooks, Bill Cummings, Gail Curtright, Bill Dart, Brent Davis, Gary Dean, Nancy Deardorf, Betsy B., , 45' ir Calkins, jack Cameron, Christine Cameron, Ron Campbell, David Carlsen, Grace Camese, Chuck Cartee, Pat Catalan, Anthony Cesla, Nina Chastain, Nancy Christenson, Donna Cioeta, Pat If W, ., , Y Q? ui," .h ,, - , , li 4 6 an ,. ?t , of X 6 Xu fly.. V ,- WE Ml Q :fflxiwi Mi K. mr., Q. iw. A in . 'X if . .. , . 1 A 1 l l ' ' L A.. . A 1 'ii , I ' a , 1 Aviv ' 7 ' , ' A ' , - s ' , ,,. W J' bf' Ti' , ,Q if if ' if i"'fT'QU .1 f I K ..-- .' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' if 1 , X fr , it i s o if f A f U -, ,si f f f ., - ' - if V H K . V I - I aa,wwsffaai: ,tt. .fm E i G' G .,,,. M x P i , H sr -. , . , VLVI. f s 1. I .I . :V A if f . ff Q, 2 hi s , I f ,, t i y if t Q .-.. .,.,. e s 5, " ,,, . 1 , is, s ' 'Q' is f 1 A' 1 ff . , R will .. rg-l rug I il W G K A Ulf I K' V fag if x 7 "1. , .' I 5 .. ' P . 1 L? V 4 Mfg- 5 , b y as is 1 ,Q 84 QT Q99 I .l,- ,,,. Q ., r ' yzy, ,av 5 . K. . gg Emig, Maryann Eugen, Tom Errenbeck, Jimmie Eska, Sharron Evans, Martha Everson, Cary Eyer, Linda Exlcy, Cary Faveluke, Margaret Faw, Penny Fergurson, Cayle Ferris, Claude-ia 2 ,, ,gy an ,Q ri ' A s ka. - ll . .. Q, af I 41 K' , r 3' an af , we 3, f v a, 1 , . wi? ' ' an "' M Q 'Us , wo X Ji 5 7-Q. ,lsr ' 2 f A Q 3 . if ,-' Q 1 if , in f 5 Sm Q . -, xr .f ' 'E E Off kg l J rn' if frm ities" I .Mr-W IN Folck, Katie Forchuk, Ierry Forcum, Bruce Freeheryg, Ardc-lla Freeman, Cary Freimark, Ian Fretta, Judy Freyer, Sandra Fritsch, Trudy Fields, Roberta Finley, Bill Flatt, Ann Forsherg, Elaine Forsberg, Elisabeth Frederici, Rita 'ugh A - A A 2. ,I - v ie ..- A .-L rrr yy 1 'NW 'ls 1 M - E rir 5 ,ar , -?. 1 ,A in kv- Q W 79 J if f r M .. llrr f Q - E E V 'Q ' E ,,, 'E C r E ' kzv . A VV: .. R XR , Y ' , -'-' :fa- 11 , .,, H, 'Q i K" " -, . g 5 'l" v.v Ed, ,... ' L ' -as ,Y K I Q W , if D A W I ,,,, rf I I 2 ' . ky H 4 , '- if zryk 'QQ ' , V ' ,, 1 R EQ ., , : B 8,9-A " In Y. my g I it r 'P lr , my ,Q i ,J-My Ev f Q 5,1 uri 'Ir ,, - Q . L is em A I HMP 5 E3 ' A A ,fr it i n ...M ., .. X 5 Q if E J -It r' Mar 1 A P wr :.,yg RQ ,f 1 'QF . rr 'Q r ,E . 'f Q- l g 3, i. f fm 'Q X, 3, 5, . , ,, :.. L ' if" N352 Freshmen Fugitt, Duane Furukawa, Janie Fyre, Mike Calton, Cary Canner, Ray Casparre, Mike Cenzer, Cary Cettman, Pat Ciannetti, Norma Cilbaugh, john Cilson, Terry Clanville, Craig Cocks, Sharon Cioeta, Pat Colden, Cary Colden, Susan Coodale, Iim Coodmanson, Joyce Cott, Eugene Graham, jim Creco, Fred I .. Freshmen .fp ly k .- V , , ' f if " " in , Q w i e 4- e as ,z, 4411 - ' A Green, Carol Greene, Anne Gregg, David Grisham, Lloyd Griswold, Cheryl Grover, Ierry Gruhlke, Iacqueline Hahn, Beverly Hale, Arlene Hall, Sue Hanson, Barhara Hanson, Carol ,ev bu, C Eg 7 . W. 1 'li fe , s' '53 Hetrick, Indy Hicks, Cheryl Hill, Susan Hilton, Nancy Hindman, Bill Hixson, Mike Hoekstra, Hele Hoffman, Joan I1 Hatten, Richard Hayes, Lorelei Health, Jeff Heekaman, Bill Heery, Kathy Herrington, Ray , E31 , 1 .... L x .-yy , M ,gs ff -"2-Mes 4- 7fWLfE ' - w .. 15' 'ij - ' 'z 15 ' if V -'-2 ffl L X n X if q e ' fx-N H, - iff if .2 gp dr we 2 is S Y f . X ss. W , ef- J 'i X W., pig ' Hofmann, Joyce Holloway, Linda Holloway, Mary Holmberg, Ienny Hongo, jeffrey Hopwood, Allan Horrocks, Terri How, Dora Howe, Cathy Hubbard, Carol Huff, William Hughes, Pat Hughes, Richie Huston, Ann Ingalsbe, Claudia Isacson, Lee lack, Jerri Jardine, Gary Jensen, Richard johnson, Clenn Johnson, Trudy jones, Ann jones, Liza jon Fohr, Lynn 'ds in yyeb 2, 5 X .. g E il law -K JJ it gp J' i'i'+-fer, J. X xg J -Q ff gz. 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V A - ig e , , 5- K ff' l Q J lj 'ip .J -," J " J ,, J I, 4 5 Qt' if 'M J? aw 4' e Krall, Dennis Kuborn, Stanley La Fond, Armond Lake, Bill Lake, Rory Lambert, Earl Lane, Ellen Lankins, Nona J ,J .VVJ : r Q Q, 'Y Kafoury, David Kallio, Matt Kaylor, Sharil Keeling, Barbara Keenan, Kathy Keenan, Mike Keithly, Kathy Kekel, Jerry Kekel, Judy Kelley, Phil Kenin, Sue Kennedy, Alice Freshmen J li J i f if 6 - va? K rf 1 2.7 1.x Qe- 3 e,-. - ifee eaei f nl. i iee 1 ESV ,,:" J J all J J , ,J if - "' 5,- 'Ir o gy P l J K K 1 ' t"U', W B J f , J f A lk ii ,XJ Y , , J ' K ' at K Si JJ i a w ' 3 J " i ' V ' J Je-' ' ' J J it .V J .,,ii V ' xy , , I 3 I : J Ji 1 hi K w -. rtie if K if J J . J ,,.J- if- 1 f i-ki VN -- to --f J J We - ' - B' . ' 2 ,xi B it , 1 95 L 'ft Q, 75? K 1 - ' A ., if f - J' ,JJ , Q M- W' ' ' J ' Jig " 1'? 7 ' , ' J' A "1- .wwf L7 f 1 JP V 88 ' Wei 521 -if .- z , 5' fi ,. V VS, XQ . kk . ,... g, . V W A F ifiz li if " K, Freshmen McAuthur, Penny McCann, Bev McDonald, Madge McCilva, Mary McKey, Susan McKenzie, Miriam McLain, Linda McNeil4 Kathy McQuilliam, June Nagel, Ed Nadon, Harry Nash, Kathy Nelson, Lois Nemer, Steve Nesbit, Bill Nesbitt, Kathy Newson, Carolyn Nielsen, Tom Noyes, lack Ochs, Gilbert Ochs, Raymond O'Connell, Patty Olson, Authur O'Neill, Cathy .ww MacGregor Douglas r Macy Roger ' V ' Madrid Thfiyne 1 ff F . . kb Y ,T . ' ' M-lllmsian Susan Maloy, Maureen 1 7 MacOmber, Larry ,-r-sw 4 , a . , . 4 1 n r , 1 M VV V Manwerler, Donna V VV 5 it Martes, Kenny , M 1 'A i V Massey, james "" 3 '3 . V W W"VL7 w 1 LV In V' Mayes, Arlene , ,Lg ' ',1i f Meier, Richard 65 ti- ' V V , Miers, John Mile Pat Mill Penny Mill Sharon 7-W i. A 35 if Miller, Wanita Maul clmrlene Milner, Sally A, M Minor, Bob ,xg V V 'S ' , V Mislcimins, Vicki " ' i ' M S .T ff 'JI , L. Monson, Ronald -we it if Wi N .,::-uv 5 my 3 W 5 'NR . ' 4:1 Morris, Jolene . V j' V F 5 Mortimore, Nikki V ,. QW fl Q V t j Muhler, Doug -55 ' fig M -iv ' .. is A Wii' L ,r ' V H ' 'LTV' .W at ,gh ,V W ' ' ' "-' , 5 t 'Y S an five fy J, , . , 0 .Q ex -. . ti ,j K., . F3 is r at E 1 1' .,1 L Q .J -6 R I , Ve4...:: fs Va- , , . 1,- ta f . xii. mia, fi . i . K., . . ,-.,,i 'gm aa., ,I hw X-out S uni'- f All 3 , . .fb i li 6 'E' f in Orr, jim Osbom, Everett Osbom, john Ossey, Dick Oster, Frances Page, Christy Petersen, Wayne f i, Lf A.4,, H m' .V" " 1 q . .H-a i -3 Aww - S. , , 5 , P , f- 5 y W 'jr ,se v V ... i r ,V A 5 w. e'ef- r ,ff . W a 1, ,, P I-if ' fx, ji .fri K Parker, Craig ' Patterson, Shirley A I Q Q i . i YH g if C ,.. , - S. we S , Peron, Carole We of - K., - - . i A I 3 'er ff? in -F -f' f iii A .. F Plog, Lonnie Polinsky, Ianet Porter, Cecil Prarie, Bill Rackhan, Linda Rader, john C 12.230 'Y' , ig 3 JW 'X r , E, if 3 -1,., iili 3 1 , f ,F S ',1. , . . Q . , .E" ' Y .. ', l 6 I in Q -,Sa - i 1? .,., 1 Pickens, Carole Pierce, Kathy Pierson, Linda 1 Pine, Donna , V R il H ,gt Pitts, Kenneth 'l ' 'Al ,V 5 avi Playfair, Bill ff' ' . R R' J' i i ' . K , Ein """' , me j , f Q, Rains, Cheryl Randall, Frances m R' Redding, Cheryl M Remington, Dave fi R R A NNW ""' R Rentle, Vernon ,f - W" ' " Rhoton, Linda W - A Richert, Melvia , A Richards, Janice . X 4 , t an 'ii '14 0 'E cn 1' s vw 0 i .w ' l Ji ,, .. Ja K .si E? 'ie i 4 1 W , 5, , Rinehart, Iuanita Ritchie, Ron Ritz, Ed Robb, Karen Robinett, Claudia Rodgers, Ruth Rosentreter, Lynne Ross, Barbara Rossman, Allen Rout, Gay Rudolph, Iean Rueck, Nancy Rae Russell, Michael Rygg, Trudy Sand, Kathie Saulcer, Sharon Freshmen Scarbrough, Bettie Schaer, Nancy Schacher, Arthur Scharnott, Dianne Schwab, Sid Schwartz, Jim Schwartzlcnop, Sandra Scroggs, Steven Seidler, Arlene Selvig, Ray Shields, Dorthy Shipman, Margaret if hr G Q. a Qi' Smith, Everett Smith, Mary Joe Smith, Raymond Spri lger, Larry Stan ring, Kathie Steiilinger, Janet 1 l Stokes, Judy Stone, Corinne Ston s, Linda l' , ,,..,. 4 , .,,, , ,, W, it , Sidor, Jim Sittnor, Gloria Skou, Dave Snodgrass, Sandra Snyder, Karla Sorenson, Janice Stephens, David Stivahtis, Deena Stofiel, Kay Stotts, Sandra Stroup, Dianne Stratton, Nancy Stuart, Joan Sumrall, Joan Sutter, Jolm Sutter, Julia Ann Svoboda, Carol Tate, Jo Ann Taylor, Pete Taylor, Tom Thawley, Rohcrt Thompson, Judy Thompson, Nancy Throckmorton, Alvina im in H, V , ,T is, gf , wt A -. ' fa, , M, 5:3 r i f ,:'. , k' ., -' 3 f ' g a? ftf,.,.... 5 .MU , . , . A ,, , 'sh 5 A w . S B " 'G f W as. 41 Al U Q., ' ' i Watson, Kathlccn Watts, jerry Watts, jim Wells, Janice White, Doris White, Glyna Williams, Karen Williams, Kathy Williams, Marylou Woolsey, Lonnie Wong, Ellis Wong, Kathryn Wong, Rita Worthington, Cary Wyzlie, joy Yerke, Douglas York, Robbie York, Tom Youngbluth, David Ystad, janet Zallee, Karen Zapp, Charlene Zervis, Jim Zimmerman, Bruce , .... ' K,-rr , , Tipton, Susanne Toews, Derrel Treblehom, Rich Tucker, Tom Turner, Charlotte Tweedle, John Van Winkle, Nancy Waldron, Ion Walker, Vemeice f-if... ,-,g,, "s - 4553531 ' ,- if Q ,+- P ' Walsh, Michelle YVarneke, Martene Whitman, Donald Wilcox, Mary Willits, Mike Winter, Nora Wishard, Donnella Wolf, Don Wood, Richard Woolley, Mary H ,il l , P t f , any , ,. Freshmen .fy Wx f Q W 3 o y,,3 5 H 'si , t We f .it..f.,.t . 7 if tl f V K Q i AVAL ' Y air, leg kgs .,1,k Hgwri-qi, 5 B he l w J gl ,, Mel e 'U :-, in fa- . I N., g One of the mam' attractions, at the faeulty sponsored daliet- for the students, were these competent deeiays, Miss Bowers, Mr. Malo and Mr. Cray. Highlights of the School Year Monte Ballou and his Castle javtz Band entertained at the l"ather-Daughter Banquet toy the enjoyment of all. 3 it 5' ,if The entertainment given hy the dramatic-s class at Christmas brightened the spirits of all the students for the holidays. The student hody eheered as memlners of the footliall team "Nick the Nickle" after eaeli gt! HIC VVOII. Big lxonnets and long dresses were a eommon sight on Clex'eland's Centennial Day. xg , 'V 1: 2 ' if 73, K sb with rr? 2 i it 4 A ff.f"'f Q5 kit ffl is 9119 Y. Hr .gfmy gee - LZ as fs f Neither snow nor ruin stopped Cleveland Students from wear- ing the new and hright-colored Bermuda skirts and leotards. 9 Y ,Q ' r f we ,..-f The fat-nlty kept in tune with the Oregon Centennial Year by growing lveurds. A common si-vnc ent-li day in the cafeteria was that ol' the students rushing to he the first in line. The senior class provided refreslnnents und entertainment to the new and confused freshmen :it the "Freshie Frolicf' Cleveland band members practice long and hard to prepare for snr-li activities as gznnes, parades and school entertainments. nv f 0 ws , K., nw' We lxnoun thrmi hout the nition this six quartet provided entertainment A Variety of ASSClHbl1CS for Cleveland Students LEFT: Christmas songs by the A Cappella were a major part of the Christmas assembly. BOTTOM LEFT: Twice yearly the students witness the ritual of installing Student Body officers. BOTTOM RIGHT: The meaning of true "Christmas Spiriti' was illustrated in this skit presented at the Christmas assembly. Qi. ,Z r 1 1 gagged 1 .,. e Y The sound of the marching of the toy soldiers as they The tiny patter of the tiny doll feet dancing on come alive in the mythical toyshop. Christmas Eve. From the first note of "The Parade of the Wooden Soldiers" to the last note of "The Hallelulia Chorus" came a program filled with music expressing the joy of the Christmas season. The combined efforts of the A Cappella Choir and the Drama department presented "The Toy Shop" and a serious Christmas play. Both provided for musieal enjoyment and the seriousness of the Christmas season through the reli- gious and traditional songs presented by the A Cap- pella Choir. The kind voice of an old and lonely man as portrayed by john Morrison in Tolstoy drama. Lilting voices of Etta Hoggatt and Leo Mayo sing a love duet 3 , FH . A Cappella Choir! FIRST ROW: E. Hoggatt, P. Boyd, C. Cash, A. Coodwillie, C. Peterson, K. Cruetter, K. Bates, R. Wasser, Halverson, L. Devon, S. WVest, Grayson. SECOND ROW: F. Hagemenas, V. Baxter, Tallman, L. Gardner, S. Brown, K. Fears, P. Bohy, C. Watson, 1. Rumi, P. Stephenson, H. Lau, Candioto. THIRD ROVV: L. Barr, M. Capri, li. Mantia, B. Muse, McCarty, Davidson, V. Fix, R. Robinson, B. Biden, M. Fry, S. Anderson, s A Cappella Performs at Civic Auditorium Under the capable direction of Mr. Bruce Johnson, the A Cappella Choir has given many memorable performances. The students will long remember their excellent presentations in the Christmas assembly, in which they Silllg the traditional opening number "Angels We Have Heard On Highv while processing with lighted candles down the aisles. Other activities of the A Cappella Choir were sing- ing for several grade schools and various engagements about the city. They were also featured on KGW-TV. ln the early spring they participated with the other city high schools in the Choir Festival held at the public auditorium. The Choir members also stage the memorable operetta which dealt with Oregon's hun- dred year birthday. They also sang at the Commence- ment and Baccalaureate ceremonies. Mr. johnson, Choir Director. 1. Bartlett. FOURTH BOVV: K. Hilaire, L. Mayo, A. Scott, Hoagland, B. Clay, M, Henkel C. Stevens, D. Davenport, D. Devon, L. Dingler, M. Pearlmutter, C. Bender, B. Kirchner B. Browning. FIFTH ROW: Beiers, G. Kerr, D. VVersehull, R. Bader, M. Bleavins, B. Stevens B. Peterson, L. Meyers, D. Weatherly, R. Palmer, B. LeDoux, D. Ready, B. Fowlie, Grayson Cleoelandaires-FIRST ROW: Etta Hoggatt, Leslie Barr, Gloria Peterson, Jean Arnett, Betty Biden, Karen Cruetter and Pat Stephenson. SECOND ROVV: Kerry Hilaire, Arlen Scott, jack Hoagland, Dan Reedy, Bob Peterson, and Ray LeDoux. W A ful .ww Q 5 ,va .AHA .ff o . o u ' s ' W P ...I "S R 6 J 1 x ff .V ' , f gf I o f ' r 'Q Q 4 vii my """f1 I' , . :vs .km c V P ' 4 f ' o 5 . I ' Q in Q hy 9 'Zn-.Q "" U? 5 1 N U ' V' if ,f i , 'TAP 'gfg wg ',:, , if . ., . 1 "ff '- I, if - . I VVVV 14 x v I ,gg .K ,,,' f ' gg 5 V, I , M L'-Q 5'-Ali:-4 ij V 3 sf 1 ' Q, i A 2 1 5 f A - g f" ., 4 13,5 , :, 3 :QM M. . Q 5 7 f ,A X THIRD HOXV: D. McLain, L. Trablay, C. NVong, F. Greco, K. NNagner, Lemme, A. Olson, R. Casper, K. Ellstrom, D. Schwab, Curtis, H. Faunt, VV. Hagen, B. Howard. FOURTH ROVV: Kennedy, L. Parise, Peters, C. Schultz, D. Ellis, B. Bechtold, Littlehales, S. Timm, C. Blair, K. Sholkoff, N. Lankins, R. NVarrick, Mr. Kerns. Christmas Program Main Project of Band Learning the score of the many tunes meant long hours of practice and learning to perfection for the long awaited Annual Band Festival. This was the Cleveland Bandis main project for the year. The long hours meant early morning and late evening re- hearsals with the other hands in the city down at the auditorium. The Bands capable officers were Steve Kafoury, President, Dick VVar- rick, Vice-President, Deanna McClain, Secretary-Treasurer. Mr. Kerns, Director. Orchestr11AFIRST ROW: C. Forsythe, P. Mall, M. David, D. Shields, L. Le-Roy, S. Basart, P. Carter. SECOND RONV: N. johnson, C. Flack, F. McComb, N. Van VVinkle, R. Trehlchorn, R. McNeill, Lyons, P. McDonald, L. Renan, H. Hoekstra, S. Hall, C. Turner. THIRD ROXV: C. Freyer, T. johnson, C. Lyons, V. Schilling, Liniger, B. Trout, M. Hamilton, NVoolever, K. Ramme. FOURTH ROW: L. Parise, Kennedy, D. Ellis, K. Sholkoff, K. Ellstrom, R. Faunt, 1. Curtis, WV.Ilagen, T. Taylor, R. Ellstrom, C. Robertson. Dance Band and Orchestra Display Instrumental Skill The Christmas program, which is an annual activity, was included as one of the major productions of the orchestra this year. An air of festiveness was added to the assembly by their Christmas music. Grade school concerts, the April Music Festival held at Cleveland, and the City Orchestra Festival held at the public auditorium, were among the other activities they participated in this year. Drmct' Band - - FIRST ROVV: W'oolevcr, V. Schilling, Linigcr, R. lVarrick, Kennedy, T. johnson, D. Barnes. SECOND RONV: K. Sholkoff, R. Faunt, B. Howard, Mr. Kerns, C, Robertson, Littlehales. 1' .5 K M 1-1 PTA, Dads Encourage Better Relations Through two of Clevelandis most im- portant organizations, the Dad's Club and the P.T.A., the relationship between the faculty, administration, parents, and students is brought to a closer and friendlier circle. In the various meetings which are often held jointly, discussions are held on topics such as school prob- lems. Student council members are often present to give their opinions and also to receive advice. Both the P.T.A. and the Dadis Club give financial assistance to the students. The P.T.A. awards a scholarship to one graduating senior each year. The Dad's Club presents a trophy and a money award to a boy and a girl, who is schol- astical outstanding, from each class, a total of eight awards. The P.T.A. also encourages grade com- petition among the members of the various social service clubs by presenting the boyis club and girlis club with the highest grade point average a plaque at the end of each grading period. The Dad's Club held their annual F ather-Daughter banquet in the school cafeteria. A style show with music by Monte Ballou touched the event off nicely. -0 ----11? Mrs. George Boylston Mr. Edward Huffschmidt PTA President Dad's Club President Girl's league modeled spring and summer clothes at the Father-Daughter Banquet. Enrollment of New Members for the PTA took place during Open House. f f jf! FTA NW qwri . 5 NM.w'vA'p'Aslllf X . 4 , ., , f .x 5 " N A S A ggi. V . Ak, Q ig' ffl,-: 1 1- , 5 A52 -The Blotter Staff-FRONT ROW: C.-Handran, Sample, K. Keenan D. DeBlasio, B. Houston. SECOND ROW: Stanton, 1. Owens, 1. johnson, M. Gedrose. Blotter Receives Polaroid Camera Among the pile of galley proofs, erasers and dog- eared papers there emerges the staff of the school newspaper, the Blotter. This bi-weekly news edition has never been late due to the work and organization of the competent, never failing editors and advisor. Pictures, more and more of them seems to have been the motto of this yearis Staff. By bringing more activity pictures to the students it eliminates "just words." Supervising a student publication requires much patience, a few aspirins, for Mr. Al Benson. Diane DeBlasio Iudy johnson Kathy Keenan Mr. Al Benson Fall C o-Editor Fall C o-Ellitor Spring Editor Advisor SX' WN ,ng 1 -I ,, nd' if .1 2 WAA- Eg' ...fy Jean Unis Mrs. B. Roberts Linda Shotwell Co-Editor Advisor Co-Editor Legend Staff Strives to Uphold Quality Through a maze of layout papers, rulers, and busy typewriters came the yearbook staff combining thought, work, and sweat, to piece together a book that would supply the students with a source of memories. A book that would contain quantity as well as quality. This somewhat green staff undertook the gigantic task of following a yearbook which was not only All-American but also took first in the Port- land Metropolitan Printing Contest. They worked unphased by the success of the previous staff. Legend staff frantic but competent. N Staff hurries to meet deadline. RIGHT SIDE: L. Shotwell, P. O'Neill, S. Lamar I. Kettle-son, Mitchell, A. Boyleston, M. Chapman LEFT SIDE: H. Desgrange, Unis, F. Henjyoji S. Lankinen, K. Sholkoff. J . A di? . L. gp- Art Club-FIRST ROWV: K. Watson, L. Tomfohr, Siegfried, L. Stuart, L. Burington SECOND ROW: Richards, S. Sargent, C. Diamond, S. Ungemach, L. Gunter, P. Barrett C. Haynes, L. Pierson. THIRD ROWE Nielsen, S. Lightfoot, R. Fosdick R. Riley, D. Steffens R. Hughes, C. Henley, N. Sumner. Art and Auto Clubs Use Special Skills Auto Drawing Club-FIRST ROW: V. Rentle, R. Miesner, C. Amato. SECOND ROW: M. Richardson, T. Curtis, L. Matteucci, P. Berardinelli, P. Beck. THIRD ROW: Goodale, C. Freyer, L. Fogel, T. Golden, R. Hege, Mr. Morton. FOURTH ROW: S. Higgens, Delong, C. Jann, R. VVohlemuth, K. Pitts, T. Camlli. Bowling Club - FIRST ROW: S. Duty, S. Basart, D. Paulson, K. Pierce, R. Macy, T. Catalon, L. Backham, A. Amold, T. Rygg, B. Hanson. SECOND ROW: Mr. Seieroe, C. Tumer, F. Greco, C. Blair, Long, E. Wagel, B. Crooks, D. Ossey, A. Amato, R. Schacher, Waldron, L. Burleson, D. Fuggitt. THIRD ROW: Mr. Hutchison, Hofnann, C. Calton, Hawkins, J. Roder, K. Martes, M. Russell, B. Zimmerman, B. Forcum, Leahey, E. Lambert. FOURTH ROW: E. Bush, Cilbaugh, C. Alberdt, B. Heckman, T. Taylor, G. Farguson, M. O'Neill, C. Exley, R. Smith, D. Toews, P. Taylor, Orr. Bowling and Camera Clubs Develop Special Hobbies Camera Club - FIRST ROW: Miers, D. Newman, B. Minor, M. Casparre. SECOND ROW: S. Scroggs, G. Wales, B. Cort, Mr. Freeman. THIRD ROW: 1. Loschiavo, Block. Chess Club-FIRST ROW: C. Neusom, D. Pettys, K. Cilson, B. McNiell, D. Coleman, F. Hatch, L. Richards, Grover. SECOND ROW: Miller, Tweedle, R. Casper, R. Muir, W. Huff, A. Bonfiglio, B. Kelly, P. Brady. THIRD ROW: D. Wolf, R. Herrington, R. Williams, R. Welsh, T. Malyon, D. Greg, R. Canner, C. Davis, Mr. Bialostosky. FOURTH ROVV: Mr. Benson, Corenbaum, T. Stark, E. Ritz, T. Cilson, VVatts. Chess and F. H. A. Preform Variety of Activities F. H. A. - FIRST ROW: M. Dubbs, M. Richert, V. VV0lf. SECOND ROW: S. Tipt0n I. Brown, K. Nash, Mrs. Russell. F. T. A.-FIRST ROW: G. Landen, B. Monaco, Grayson. SECOND ROW: K. Okamoto, K. Brown, R. Trebelhom, S. Gill, S. Godbey. THIRD ROW: Mr. Harmon, J. McNassar, I. Whittaker, E. Boetel. Cleveland Students Prepare To Become Future Teachers Fishing and Hiking Club Draws Large Membership Fishing and Hiking Club- FIRST ROW: D. Wheeler, D. Lorenzini, B. DePue, L. Whitlock, 1. Savage, R. Whithead. SECOND ROW: R. Husby, B. Howard, Collier, C. Lee,'I. Willing- ham, R. Ritchie, Dong. THIRD ROW: Mr. Carpenter, P. Liberty, K. johnson, M. Dailey, C. Dobbins, Doud, R. Macdonald, D. Head, Ivie, Mr. Keats. FOURTH ROW: L. Elling- wood, K. Shaw, T. Tucker, P. Kelley, G. Crubbs, C. Reneau, B. Nesbit, M. Sutter, C. Freeman, F. Bake, M. Thayer, M. Simon. ' s . .X i ' i Ham Radio Club-FIRST ROW: Miller, C. Thrall, Forehuk, H. Desgrange. SECOND ROW: T. York, L. Chassaing, Lund, B. Curtright, Mr. Faul. Ham Radio and junior Masque and Dagger Strive for Scientific and Dramatic Skills Masque and Dagger, junior-FIRST ROW: L. Jones, M. Evans, M. Faveluke, Seidler. SECOND ROW: L. Eyer, V. Beama, L. Anderson, N. Hilton, N. Howe, Sumeral. THIRD ROW: Barham, E. Cohen, D. Scharnott, C. Cameron, L. Rosentreter, C. Hubbard. FOURTH ROW: A. Ballen, S. Eska, B. Dinwiddle. , . Masque and Dagger, Senior-FIRST ROW: 1. Corter, S. Kafoury, Morrison, L. Tremain Mr. Matson. SECOND ROW: R. Bates, C. Blair, K. Bates, jack, K. Cruetter, S. MeKey M. Faveluke. THIRD ROW: K. Leaf, C. Diamond, N. Parker, S. Vona, S. Renan, P. Hamilton L. Gardner, S. Silvan, B. Needham. FOURTH ROW: C. Crosswhite, P. Richardson, L. Alder- son, L. Layne, C. Ewing, W. Haystead, E. Dowd, R. Robinson, S. Lamar. Niki and Senior Masque and Dagger Perform Variety of Activities Niki-FIRST ROW: R. Gregg, K. McBride, S. Carlile, H. Bechtold. SECOND ROW: D. Piersey, C. O'Neill, T. Fritsch, D. Brown, B. Bliss. THIRD ROW: C. Zapp, A. Kennedv, N. Thompson, S. Bradley, L. Lyle, Fretta. FOURTH ROW: L. Hayes, L. Perrin, C. Kalh, M. Shipman, L. Rygg, Miss Hardin. 1 A lot of time was spent in studying for the I.R.L. Conference. IRL Members Brush Up For Annual Conference at Oregon The International Club strove to pro- mote Friendship in foreign lands and in the United Nations Organization. In the spring the International Club members were hosts for the foreign ex- change students when they visited Cleve- land. They attended classes and partici- pated in an assembly held to let them tell about their homelands and impres- sions of America. The International Relations League co-sponsored an after-game dance during the basketball season. SEATED: B. Freck, pres. STANDING: F. Mundorff, vice pres., A. Durr, ses., Unis, treas. I.R.L., I and II-FIRST ROW: H. Desgrange, S. Brown, M. Bump, D. Schwab, B. Freclc SECOND ROW: P. Koe, K. Taylor, C. Cash, L. Renan, F. Hagemenas, C. O'Donnell u I. Michet. THIRD ROW: B. Woalces, Lyons, T. Iohnson, Bell, F. Mundorf, M. Borchert, P. Bohy, Schwartz. FOURTH ROW: A. Sturmer, B. Thome, Sheldrew, R. Bader, R. Robinson, R. Kirchner, C. Carnese, Mrs. Copemoll. I.R.L., III and IV - FIRST ROW: L. Azar, B. Oliver, Miller, S. Weinstein, S. Cillard, Miss Harding. SECOND ROW: I. Lee, L. Boldman, j. Thomas, P. Moll, P. Neuman, Papas, I. Cayral. THIRD ROW: S. Day, E. Miller, B. Livermore, L. Anderson, K. Fears, Unis, A. Durr, G. Papas, P. Rebagliati, S. Castellano. FOURTH ROW: G. Gilioli, A. Wong, M. Hamilton, B. Braunsten, M. McNamara, D. Berry, B. jordan, 1. Hammond, W. Bauders. Senior Pep Club-T. Furulcawa, S. Branson, V. Dixon, Lee, S. Field, Clark, A. Reneau K. Scott, B. Cosper, M. Parks, Tathwell. SECOND ROW: P. Carroll, V. Fix, Knight M. Gilbaugh, V. Viar, L. Niece, Brugger, P. Huffschmidt, P. Boyd, Bryant, G. Sproul I. Morris. THIRD ROW: B. Britzius, Kettleson, Miller, T. Bennett, D. Crook, D. Luchs, C. Robb, N. Foote, S. MacKenzie, F. Poff, S. Philips, B. Schmidt. FOURTH ROW: S. Torango, R. Pew, L. Harris, M. Williams, M. Fletcher, K. Busch, B. Abendroth, B. Wilhelm, Masonic, 1. Bell, L. Sears, Davidson, Tonsing. Rhythm and Spirit Typify the Pep and Record Clubs Record Club!-FIRST ROW: Madacowiz, P. Miller, G. Wilson, M. Glanville, A. Davidson, Ritter I Grayson. SECOND ROW: B. Meshke, Bell, G. Anderson, D. Ellis, B. Sand, D Guest S. MacKenzie, M. Gish, S. Anderson, D. Messenger, Bagg. THIRD ROW: D Davis V Alexander, S. Bufton, Davidson, L. Opdenweyer, B. Harris, Dressler, P. Pask, L Thompson. FOURTH ROW: B. Trout, R. Stevens, K. Millin, P. Harrison, P. Hildebrand, D. Davenport, F. Herrle, Cannon, Tri, C. Harris. Modeling Club, First Half-FIRST ROW: K. Hilaire, Godwin, P. Carroll, D. McCollum, M. Cilbaugh, K. Keenan, K. Sand, C. Carlsen, L. Fugua. SECOND ROW: P. Huffschmidt, I. Pratt, Cole, H. Bush, P. Shaw, D. Wruble, V. Dorsey, D. Brice, R. Keeling, C. Bundy, C. Prefontaine. THIRD ROW: 1. Lee, Abrams, P. Ragnone, A. Good, M. Berardinelli, M. Patterson, P. Marsters, S. Cisse, K. DeMaris, Rumi, C. Sroboda, C. Denman. FOURTH ROW: Platt, M. Colden, M. Hunger, L. Coffye, C. Cummins, D. Lorenz, B. Scarbrougli, S. Schwartzkoph, M. McDonald, I. Miskimins. Poise and Charm Aims of the Modeling Club Modeling Club, Second Half-FIRST ROW: L. Lane, Funikawa, C. Bundy, C. Mills, D. Dean, A. Williams, Knight, Halverson, S. Fong, Steininger, C. Lynch. SECOND ROW: Pierce, Eaton, Benadon, Mitchell, Stuart, C. Potter, P. jones, S. Williams, K. Vancil, C. Clark, Koenekamp, S. Newkirk, R. Fields, C. Criswald, P. Tubbs, N. Kaufman, 1. Klingforth. THIRD ROW: M. Christensen, Leppert, D. North, Ramsey, Coodmanson, S. Buden, M. Store, Cherryl, K. Hyde, P. Reznick, D. Leach, D. McDaniel, W. Beer, A. Newton, C. Holmes, P. Eckles. FOURTH ROW: T. Cianni, L. Crenawalt, Thrall, S. Knutsen, Carpenter, E. Watkins, K. Bryant, P. Alexander, Miller, T. Bennett, B. DeFant, B. Keeling, Lyons, S. Dunagan, C. Ingalsbe, I. York, P. Hatling. Science and Fossil Club-FIRST ROW: L. Kunelius, D. Long, Freeman, T. Madrid. SECOND ROW: Miss Todd, K. Reichow, B. McFarling, C. Green, Mr. Katagiri. THIRD ROW: C. Alderson, T. Crabtree, S. MacEwan, D. Luck, K. Ballantyne. Science and Ski Clubs Show Wide Range of Student Interests Ski Club-FIRST ROW: E. Lake, K. Hilaire, R. Enna, C. Koch, M. Mimnaugh, W. Evans D. McKelvey, B. Huston, A. Bristol. SECOND ROW: C. Bamhart, B. Bailey, R. Meyer J. Bryson, M. Fyre, G. Danilson, B. Low, R. Smith, P. Miller, R. Bly, B. Rubey. THIRD ROW: P. Paskill, D. Davis, Bartlett, V. Alexander, B. Bristel, D. Werschkul, D. Kleist, K. Millen F. Creitz, R. Keyser. FOURTH ROW: S. Cook, P. Chapman, L. LeRoy, C. Robertson, R. Lehi J. Peters, T. Chappell, K. Case, B. Prendergast, D. Frewen, T. Ballest. .1717 ' Spanish Club - FIRST ROW: V. Alden, C. Antrim, E. Bailey, Goldman, L. Lmdsley SECOND ROW: L. Farah, R. Ridley, Delvalle, C. Kaseweter, V. Watkins, S. Arness. THIRD ROW: D. Buono, B. Carlisle, D. Ridley, B. Class, M. Bricks, P. Noon, Mr. Frangipani Spanish and Tumbling Clubs Learn Technical Skills Tumbling Club-FIRST ROW: R. Morrell, B. Dutton, L. Holloway, S. Bechtold, H. McClung, B. Wong, M. Miles, S. Rackham, M. Fyre, E. Walsh, L. johnson, C. Henjyoji. SECOND ROW: C. Olson, N. Van,Camp, M. Weiss, A. Cain, M. Sorrels, F. Hermann, L. Mecham, D. Wedge, B. Dash, G. Wilson, R. Wampler. THIRD ROW: R. Cain, R. Ikata, L. Roumagoux, M. Howell, L. Dingler, R. Adams, D, MacGregor, Heath, D. Kafoury, C. Genzer, G. Worth- ington. FOURTH ROW: R. Lake, M. Fyer, M. Smith, B. Harrison, R. Looney, C. Greenfield, C. Merritt, D. Meier, C. Butterworth, R. Cornoyer, D. Cloud, B. Kler, E. Osborne, R. Murk. Royal HCDAFIRST ROW:j. Crayson, L. Tramblay, B. Paulson, L. Berke, D. Smith, M. Fyre, B. Hagen, K. Forman, M. Swaim, T. Rasehke, D. Morrell, B. Fowler, R. Wampler, D. Long. SECOND ROW: W. Newell, M. Rosentreter, B. Clay, N. Patera, L. Mayo, D. Pecci, K. Creen, B. Raney, C. Merritt, B. Parelius, D. Stensil, D. johnson, M. VVeatherhy, Bradshaw, L. Christy. THIRD ROW: Endicott, N. Anderson, A. Catto, S. Sepich, L. Parise, D. McKel- vey, K. Hessemer, E. Dillavou, W. Creatwood, D. Cemma, L. Meyers, Peters, D. Plett, R. Boyle, B. Killian. FOURTH ROW: H. Airoldi, T. Helzer, T. Strader, E. Watkins, B. Cruh- esic, Poorman, T. Sunseri, R. Lund, C. Upham, D. Maloney, L. Bruun, R. Gomez. S. Sconce, A. Boylston, D. Ross, B. Meals, Kennedy. Lettermen Maintain Order Keith Forman Ken Orwick in F all President S pring President Royal "Cv Ushers! FIRST ROW: S. Branson, L. Meyers, M Fyre, M. Swaim, B. Clay, K. Orwick, K. Smith. SECOND ROW: D. Peccie, D. Long, K. Forman, T. Raske. THIRD ROW: D. McKelvy, S. Sepich, T. llelzer, C. Upham. , 9 . IH Cleveland's varsity lettermen are eligible for the school honorary club, Royal C. This is one of Clevelandis most active social-service groups. In school assemblies, the Royal C ushers maintain law and order by removing offenders from the auditorium. The results of their patrol have been extremely successful. Behavior is becoming traditional. The annual Royal C F oot-hall, which honors the football team, presented a court of lovely senior girls at the dance. The announcement of the queen, made by the president, Keith Foreman, climaxed anevening of fun and festivity. wx X :.'f, Q . i 7 K 'J is Q 'K , ,. E... 'ixvg , sm ,QM lt, Y Q, W- gf. S53 'A xiii: F Thespians- FIRST ROW: Siegfried, C. Diamond, J. Morrison, S. Schoenfeld, jack. SECOND ROW: M. Faveluke, J. MacGregor, K. Bates, K. Cruetter, S. Vona, N. Jacobson, Mr. Matson. THIRD ROW: S. Renan, C: Crosswhite, C. Ewing, Gorter, L. Tremain. ournalism and Drama Contribute to Cleveland Culture Quill if Scr0ll4FlRST ROW: W. Staneart, F. Hagemenas. SECOND ROW: A. Boylston, L. Shotwell, D. DeBlasio, 1. Unis. .- 't . , , .4 1, ,HJJ ,N L Libfa-' X " -f' C' 1' Q .. L, Ll few fc , ff-4'tfQiJr- ,l"'i4,Qgf'Z'W ' 'j,!1.L L:',,Lf,',,Q:'... A .. 3 ' af ' iff VLLFLJN '-"Rf t 4'l.fP 'U L12 Z1 :LL KR fir? f 'V .in 'I f r '34 1 it -1:1 .ffwfg AJ pf., ,I ,,i, f- X 2 er Eye, rygfgk , Af Jf' 'I 1 f I J' -- 1. 1 '-ki .1 .fax If -1,31 lx Vw, . oLL,.S f "fly 14467 c r.'-ameri! , y ' fb' A f' ' L E1 it wi, "mfr In , - ,'f'A 1 Lf if U'-LLPXL ' 1 f' . .4 ,. , ., .f-L-L, ,!A,1,1jjg4 fs, Kg- --'7-MILA ffffit. aff ,A . rl 'fl' f-J Q" L . X. 7' -, K. if fr'- , -TX 11,414.1 'rj' we , ,wfnu ,ixgl . ..-X 'il V' viii 7. . P-.. xx Nr' l off X 'nl xf National Honor Society, junior---FIRST ROVV: W. Staneurt, J. Rumi, B. Bristol, A. Porter, C. O,Donnell, Tathwell, P. Barnes. SECOND ROVV: B. Sand, B. Mc-shke, V. Alex- ander, D. Davis, D. Ellis, Miller, K. Sllollcoff, C. Brown STANDING: Boln Pure-lius, pres., Don McKelvey, vice pres. SEATED: Cathy Speicllinger, trcux. A lr.. 5 4 xml . x . 4 x NX, Sffh-- C ,ww L... ...W ."' Q-Q' rw Y THIRD HONV: D. Stenzel, D. Frcwen, C. Freyer, M. Cope- land, D. Ridley, D. Paguno. FOURTH HOW: W. Nc-well, A. Boylston, Block, M. McNzunuru, B. Prcndcrgnst, A. Mar-Ewan. V w l.,a.'r,L..uL. f National Honor Society Raises Standards SVA J 4 .fl F 4-.maya .2 ow ff'-ff-f-sw:-cn 514 D"CD5m..JO 15.0273-2,59-EEQ-E5 as c',:f:5f'1 '51 :"32fDoU'Efs?s? Qi CD.-. :"'.. ...Gd rp'55.K4Qf- U2i'1f1s2'fHL1.'-si' P+. FJ --S-POE.sEwgES'gj5gL 5 U"'3fpv- WED up o gU'91rTm:3Qd'D227?' -'F-D 'J' 5 H ' "Hx,-."U....G v- C.O-C"Ur-5:.O'-'A.- ... - nn. OCDH -wr-go.. rx: 5.0 '91 v-15:g9,aE.W, K2.0cDQ,, Gimp f-559-vw'-+BO'Qv1 af"G".-.'5dU- mg' QQQDQGQEQKQ I CD FSWQEJE-aaa' rs-Ur?9g"2"" 205 '-3' FSGVTFTPEETQ Q-' m 9-76 H- 5.5.23-c-'Q::g3:-Z Coczscg-3.1.5 on 5 g""'Pg'-'-ggv-:jg 9,?'5Q-Ll-:5"Q-Qs: M igo"EcDE""3:i' if'D2:o':'::g'JPo w...:..,-.-will I-lI,"' 1 QU",..,.QfD..a CDQ 0.-mm--nw - lfD""o3'J'5"o5 f"5S?-Jfnr-v-1:nt'D5'v-va'-1 National Ilonor Society, Senior-FIRST ROW: F. Ilenjyoji, M. Faveluke, E. Miller, S. Wilson, C. Forsyth, Stephens, N. Ilamaker, S. Weinstein, V. Dixon, Halverson, M. Cum- D. Dunn, M. Bump, A. Durr, K. Cruetter, B. Monaco, lu-rt, C. Speichinger, S. Field, B. Parelius, D. Mclielvey, F. Mundorff, Unis, S. Brown, K. Smith, A. Williams. L. Stuart, C. Cash, Cole. SECOND ROW: S. Cillard, FOURTH ROW: L. Niece, M. Bump, L. Thompson, B. Walter, L. Lindsley, L. Simonsen, McCarthy, V. Viar, C. Alderson, M. Hosentreter, C. Zimmerman, Woolever, 1. Ahrams, B. McNeill, W. Evans, D. Long, L. Shotwell, G. Upham, Bradshaw, W. Hagen, L. Meyers, A. Cook, A. Reneau, D. johnson, QI. Thomas. THIRD ROW: R. Bader, I. Lewis, P. Beardsley. ii 1 ' 1 ,X i 3 1, Square Dance-FIRST ROW: Schenk, B. Burnside, A. Fritz, D. Smith, L. Peron, C. Miller. SECOND ROW: M. Bishop, P. Dulong, B. Anderson, Bailey, B. Muse, B. Lane, L. Muller, M. Hempler. THIRD BOW: K. Christensen, B. Holloway, R. Sowershy, L. Baxter, D. Frank, Sachtler, T. Richardson, D. Martin. Contrast Of Dances At Cleveland Displayed By Square Dance Club and Formal Sponsored by Beta Chi and Zios, "Fall Fantasy," the first formal of the year, was held at the Pythian Temple. 5 'vs , ' ami-i:,s-sarxg' Lg-1' A Q gl i ' i L 3 B 853 Amikki-FIRST ROVV: C. Long, S. Edwards, E. Huston, P. Shaw, P. -dc-Cristoforo, sec., Branson, vice pres., Halverson, treas., V. Viar, vice pres., Tallman, M. Borchert, G. Heckaman, C. McLellan, Grayson. SECOND RONV: K. Architect, M. McKinley, R. Nvasser, M. Gilhaugh, Sgf.-llflllflIl.S', D. Perry, Knight, K. Smith, S. Perkins, Candioto, A. Goodwillie, F. Hagemenas, Sample. THIRD ROW: Yeomans, B. Sand, P. Chapman, P. Huffschmidt, K. Madsen, L. Simonsen, A. Glascoe, Bell, P. Powell, G. VValker, S. Orwick. Whitaker. FOURTH ROW: V. Goode, S. Bufton, L. Moore, A. Davidson, Abrams, A Guenther L Terhart C Tallman Davidson G. Anderson. I. Amikki club members advertised and served ' ' P' H, I' ' 't it i ' ' VV ' at the annual Father-Daughter Banquet. ' It 1-lfswfh sg '-U -mms' ist' ,,,..fv Amikki Advertises Father-Daughter Banquet "Daisy Mae Dragf the annual Twirp Dance, which climaxed a three-day Week of consideration on the part of the girls met with overwhelming success. The theme for the dance was taken from the "Li,l Abnern comic strip. The most convincing Liil Abner and Daisy Mae were crowned King and Queen of the Twirps. Fantasia, the spring formal-which Amikki co-sponsored with Trolee -was one of the big social events of the year. Some of Amikkiis more unusual service projects were pushing thc candy and hook cart at the Providence Hospital and visiting their adopted Grandmother Molly. They have also worked with the Boys, ff 2 I f and Girlsf Aid Society each Wednesday. Indy Halverson Pat de Cristoforo Fall President Spring President G' . W s gg .qyy V. diy: 5 K mx 5 r Beta Chi-FIRST BOVV: A. Beneau, P. Stephenson, M. Miller, Merchant, L. Maranville, B. Gregg, Ingram, A. Dnrr, D. Crook, I sec., B. Walter, Unis, vice pres., R. Mantia, freas., P. Boyd. A D. Cascisa. SECOND ROXV: -I. Mitchell, Bishop, P. Amato, sec., K. McBride, F. Henjyoji, S. Field, Sgt-at-arms, C. Lomax Goldman, Sgt.-at-111'n1s', H. Bates, S. leizner, freus., D. johnson, nice pres., D. Lnchs. FOURTH ROXV: D. Dahlgren, T. Cianni, , T. Eitzenhoefer, C. Kalb. H. Desgrange, .s-gt.-ut-arnzs, S. Dunagan, 1. Miller, Benadom, V. WVatkins. THIRD HOW: C. johnson, S. Brockman, Miskimins, T. NVatkins, E. VVatkins. Barbara NValter' Fall President ..... .raw ,, I ,rfrw -f Rosalie Mantia Spring President Beta Chi Rummage Sales Prove Successful One of Beta Chils most unusual service projects this year was polishing the auditorium chairs. The club members also kept busy ushering at the Civic Theater, keeping the club board in order, and keeping students off the 3rd floor during lunch periods. Other activities were a Charleston Line at the F reshie Frolic, decorating the office, a car wash for the men teachers, Christmas Party at the Waverly Baby Home, and a rummage sale in Ianuary. Beta Chi also co-sponsored the fall formal, "Fall Fantasyi' in November. Beta Chi's rummage sales have always been a success and this year was no exception. Ilere several of the members are sorting the rummage, S ! i ., a f f 'S Q c a ,ag .j j ' john Bradshaw F all Preszdent Bob Huston Newspaper drive keeps Thane boys busy. Spfing Pfesidem Basketball Games Add To Thane's Busy Schedule Since the boys of Thane are affiliated with the YMCA, the members carried on many projects in conjunction with the They assisted with the YMCA Rummage Sale and were in charge of the School Thanksgiving assembly. A unique service project was moving furniture for elderly women. On the social calendar, joints with Azaena of Roosevelt, Kiro of Wilson, Taif of David Douglas, and Aequuus of Roosevelt, and the weekly basketball practices and games were scheduled. Thane-FIRST ROW: K. Hilaire, B. Howard, sgt.-at-arms, B. Griffith, L. Christy. THIRD ROW: F. Creitz, L. Holloway, B. Huston, john Bradshaw, L. Thompson, sec., R. Smith, R. Cain, R. Wampler, M. Pearlmutter, D. Boyd, Sgt.-at-arms, S. Kafoury, sgt.-at-arms, Bagg, D. Veron. SECOND ROW: D. Himmel, joel Bradshaw, G. Henjyoji. FOURTH RONV: j. johnson, C. Zimmerman, B. McNeill, sec., B. Burnside, R. Boyd, D. Seid, T. Pugliese, P. Paskill, D. Frcwcn, B. Pare- B. Fowlie, vice pres., D. Coleman, B. Peterson, P. Miller, lius, M. Rosentrcter, Mr. Hutchison, advisor. Nancy Hamalcer President .1 f?3'r. is LV N V , -ls M rf--'H -r ' Q f .F w W 5 Kulrma Chi--FIRST ROW: C. Cash, treas., N. Hamaker, C. johnson, sec., Sgt.-at-arnis. SECOND ROW: Knutsen, S. Sargent, Thomas, C. Holmes, C. Chilcote, S. Vona, vice pres. THIRD ROVV: B. Monaco, sec., S. Rodgers, Sgt.-at-nrins, B. Anderson, S. Lamar, P. Neuman, S. Moll, B. Cates. Bake Sale- Hi-Lite of Kalana Chi Year Working hand-in-hand with the YWCA, Kalana Chi Tri-Y participated with the city's other Y-Teen Clubs in their annual Rumniage Sale. They also attended the annual mid-winter formal for Y-Teen members. Other activities for Kalana Chi have included the donation of food to the Sun- shine Division and a car wash. The club also held a Do-Nut Sale and ushered at the Civic Theater. For the benefit of the children at the Tucker-Maxon Oral School, Kalana Chi gave a Halloweien Party. Of the many projects Kalana Chi had during the past vc ir the most fun was the Bake Sale. Of Kuisti's many service projects the most noticeable ones are the Victory Bell which they donated to the school and the bright garbage cans in Cleveland's halls. They also donated their services for ushering at the Graduation Ceremony, serving at Open House, and donating money for various worthwhile causes. Outside of school, they worked with the Heart Association and the Boys and Girls Aid Society. One of their "fun" projects was washing the elk statue down- . town. Kuisti raised funds by holding two bake sales, a car wash, and a rummage sale. Their most famous money-making activity was a baked potato sale. A beach trip, a fire-side, a slumber party, a joint with Mu Nu Zi, an installation, and co- sponsoring the Christmas formal were some of the ingredients in their social year. my One of Kuisti's many services to Cleveland was painting the school's garbage cans. Kuisti Project Beautifies Cleveland Garbage Cans Kuisti4FIRST ROW: Edwards, jean Knight, treas., K. Smith, vice pres., McCarty, M. Gilbaugh, sec., Riley, A. Bristol. SECOND ROW: M. Bearson, S. Branson, L. Simonsen jo Knight, P. DeChristoforo, V. Fix, Sample, V. Vair, S. Calvo, McAllister. THIRD ROW: L. Perrin, M. DuBois, C. Low, G. Strouts, M. McDonald, B. Lamberton, VV. Wirak, C. Flack S. West, C. Pratt, Halverson, S. Spangler. FOURTH ROW: P. McDuffee, M. Brix, L. Fuque S. Leupold, D. Davis, Ilartley, S. MacKenzie, S. Bruschke, P. Alexander, Stephens V. Alexander, Guest. 1 Jeannie McCarty F all President 1. A Kay Smith Spring President 8. ,1 -f ?,,44""'x-.Bi-.1 assi' rfii .Q 635,33 W 7 , K, 2, era' , F' I ' f'1"".l . w e ... 71" r 'ra 4 ' 1 ,S O' ii . Tl . N -"- Q y gg.. . .:s5' I O 'QI X531 M - A Rick Lund Brent Raney Fall President Sp-ring President Annual Tropical Sock Hop Big Success Early in the spring Kyro sponsored their annual Tropical Sock Hop. Jungle decorations, Hawaiian shirts, Bermuda shorts, and loud socks created the atmosphere of the tropics for this long awaited dance. The club members donated half their proceeds from their car wash to the American Field Service. Other activities included date meet- ings, joints, and clearing brush for the new Portland Zoo. Kyrn - FIRST ROW: M. Fyer, sec., Morrison, vice pres., R. Lund, B. Parelius, sec. D. McKelvey, treas., T. Rashke, D. Morrell. SECOND ROVV: L. Mayo, D. Pecci, K. Green, B. Raney, W. Evans, vice pres., K. Hessemer, D. Deering. THIRD RONV: D. Buono, A. Catto, D. Wheeler, B. Grubesic, D. Davenport, R. Bly, D. Amato, M. Miles, B. Taylor, E. Walsh. FOURTH ROW: C. Merrit, N. Patera, C. Upham, R. Bader, B. Cavanaugh, R. Lehl, L. Bruun, P. Hildebrand, C. Danielson, D. Kleist, R. Loney. One of the yearis fun dances the Tropical Sock Hop. . Q 1 l 1 i .. A. M-vw fx X -,.,.s . . , fr '-. MI 5. 4. vi . . ,, s . V K A . A ,L A . V c,,..f...,.wL: y 'fnfw Q is, , A x Q eff M5 get is X Phi Gamma-FIRST ROW: B. Prendergast, treas., vice pres., C. Wilson, sgt.-at-arms, T. Dun- das, sgt.-at-arms, M. Henkel, vice pres., E. Watkins, sec., Kennedy. SECOND ROW: L. Parise, B. Tatone, H. Airoldi, I. Bradshaw, L. Tramblay, D. Stenzel, S. Rackham. THIRD ROW: B. Killian, B. Dutton, L. Stuart, A. Boylston, Curtis, V. Schilling, K. Hilaire, G. Wong. FOURTH ROW: McClain, S. Sepich, P. Harrison, R. Thompson, Littlehales, R. Keyser, W jim Kennedy Fall President ff 1 S.. ,,f, .. A - ,Q Q .4 I . K if ' -+, Marlin Henkel Spring President . 1 .AK sec., Peters, R. LeDoux, K. Case, treas. Phi Gamma's Combo Entertains Student Body No longer Optimist . . . after beating their brains to a "pulp," the ingenious members of the late Optimist came up with a brainstorm for their club name . . . PHI GAMMA. Along with their annual Sock Hop, which they co-sponsored with Kyro, the boys found the time to have numerous joints, several car washes, and, of course, various service projects. They filled Christmas stockings for the Iunior Red Cross. The Red Tops, a band formed of Phi Gamma members, played at several dances. Red Tops perform as one ot Phi Gamma's service projects. Sandra Rossi Fall Presiclcnt ff' . aa e i I 3 3. ::' Charlotte Danielson Spring Presiricnt 'FW Giving a children's party was one of Phi Thcta's many projects. Phi Theta Brings joy to Children Selling apples at the Jefferson football game, a successful rummage sale, and the welcoming of new members at the traditional "Hawaiian Lllflf started the 1958-59 year out right for Phi Theta. Other activities have included making Thanksgiving favors for the teachers, a car wash, serving at the Father-Son banquet, making Christmas socks for the lied Cross, playing records at noon, and working for service points at an Old Folks Home. Social activities have included several joint meetings. a joint-date meeting co-sponsored with Pi Upsilon, a beach trip during Spring vacation, and sponsor- ing the Christmas Formal, MEIICIIIIIUCII ll-'on1Icrll1r111,', with Pi Upsilon. Phi Theta - FIRST ROXV: A. Hoppe, ,R son, H. Foster. SECOND HONV: S. Carlisle, Bryant, Pratt, lleislcr, bl. jack, lluini, K. Dehlaris, Pence. THIRD ROXV: S. Bircharcl, A. Durr, Colbert, L. Christensen, sec., S. Philpott. FOUll'l'II IIOXV: I. XVhittalfer, MacGregor, li. Bryant, B, Bleshkc, L. Scars, B. hVllll6llll, P. Marsters, ll. Robinson, E. Bishop, F. Poff. L. Eggers, uicc pres., S. llossi, sfft.-ut-arnzs, C. Daniel- V """'r iw- 13. ' Pi l'p.siIon 'FIRST HOXV: I". llenjyoji, M. Ciunbert, fl'l'!lS., Brown. sec., Maxfield, ivire pres., Al. Stephens. B. XVaddle, trr'u.s-., -I. Eaton, C. 0'Donnell. SECOND ROXV: C. Diamond lt. Cuycr, S. Anderson, M. Gish, ll. Colbert, Rossi, L. Eggers, .s-gt.-fit-u1'n1.s-, M. Patterson, Cf. Speiehinger. THIRD ROXV: C. Forsyth, K. Bates, XV. Staneart, S. Lankinen, M. Burnp, see. 1. Platt, D. Dunn, rice pres., C. llaynes, Miniutti. FOUliTll ROVV: B. DeFant. K. Knutson, L. Liberty, Sgt.-llf-IITIIIS, D. Scott, .v,gf.-ut-rn'ni.s', L. Anderson, -Sgf.-Ili-llI'lll.S', L. Shotwell, B. Sticka, J. Unis, B. Vincent, P. Barnes. s s D 0 Althoughl tpis vsias a busy year for Piflip, the fir s oun tim 1 to five a sue 'ess u Slurp--Mighty Good Pickles! fo f Pijklc L This year Pi Up had the privilege of having Sirkka Lankinen, Clevelands American Field Service Exchange Student, as one of its meinbers. As there are no social-service clubs in Finland, Sirkka was very interested in the clubas operation. The social activities, besides joint meetings, were a joint-date meeting with Nu Chi of YVashington, a street dance with Phi Theta, and co-sponsoring the Christmas Formal, 'ilinchauted NVonderland,,' with Phi Theta and Kuisti. Pi Up service projects this year have been Working for the City of Hope, ushering at the Civic Theater, Blue Boom, and student body plays, folding sacks for the hospitals, and donating a Thanks- giving food basket to the Volunteers of America. The list of money-making projects was headed with the annual Spaghetti Dinner in the school cafeteria. Other projects were a pickle sale, bake sales, rummage sale, and several car Washes. Judy Stephens Linda Perrin F1111 l're.s-ideal Spring President - ., X .K .H ,. J, vs be 'V 5 1 f Yi A fi Qi if W Sirs-FIRST RONV: N. Anderson, Morrison, sec., Lewis, T. Sunseri, K. Forman, M. Swaim. SECOND ROVV: M. VVe-atherby, Sheldrew, C. Zimmerman, D. Smith, L. Meyers, E. Dilla- vou, L. Berke. THIRD HOW: L. Sorenson, L. Parise, D. Long, T. Chappell, D. VVerschltul, N. Pantera, L. NVhite, C. Coffey. FOURTH ROW: C. Upham, A. McDaniels, VV. h1L'LL1llgl1llIl, D. Maloney, Tri, Poorman, Endicott, B. Trout. joints and Services Main Items On Sirs, Calendar joints, joints, joints! These seem to be the main items on Sirs, social calendar. The long list was headed by Hi Ki Ki, Copian, and Tisque. The members also had a date meeting early in the fall, and enjoyed themselves so much, they had another in the spring. Social projects Weren't the only items on their schedule for they also performed many service projects. They had a car wash and donated the funds to a worthy cause. They played records during the lunch period for part of the year. Tom Sunseri Sirs' social activities during the past ye ir included Full President this joint-date meeting -153519 jim Endicott Spring President Eiw . ' if ff iiii js M Clark Stevens President ' U ' :, 4 m Onc of Omega Pl1i's many activities was making programs for Clevelancl's basketball games New Club, New Service Project--Programs For Basketball Games Making programs for the basketball games, clearing land, planting trees, and visiting hospitals were a few of the many service projects of Clevelandis newest club, Omega Phi. Even though this is a new club it started off well by sponsoring a sweetheart dance and electing officers. Omega Phi-FIRST ROVV: R. Stevens, treas., T. Helzer, sec., M. McDonald, Sgt.-at-arms, C. Stevens, B. Meals, vice pres., D. Gemma, Sgt.-at-arms. SECOND BOVV: B. Danielson, S. Sconce, B. McKinley, M. Clanville, R. johnson, B. Browning, B. Purcella. THIRD ROW: M. Weiss, B. Bristol, Bryson, K. Koch, M. Mimnaugb, K. McCilvera, Grayson. FOURTH RONV: McNassar, P. Low, R. Gomez, H. Olsen, T. Strader. f-ff mf...-5 'VV75 ' f5j',.' ' iii., ,. . f V .. , .r?,,, Z , ,X ,R W. V . ., LL,,, ii ' if .. F W? 1 its i A car wash was one of the fund raising projects of the club. .. Pat Beardsley Vinnie Dixon F all President Spring President Wet Feet, Clean Cars-Products of Trolee Car Wash Mums, mums, mums everywhere! The Trolee trademark seems to be mums. Annually the club sells chrysanthemums for the first football game. The traditional yellow flowers with the large- green "Cn were proudly worn by nearly all the girls. Many service projects have been carried out by the girls. These included selling apples at games, serving at the Senior parents meeting, a Tootsie Pop sale, decorating for the Royal 'LCP Dance, and holding a rummage sale. The money from this sale was donated to a worthy cause. A mums sale, a beach trip, date meetings, joint meetings, the annual King of Hearts Dance, and co-sponsoring the spring formal with Amikki were some of Troleeis main social activities. Trolee-FIRST ROW: McCarty, treas., F. Mundorf, vice pres., P. Beardsley, V. Dixon, sec., SECOND ROW: D. McCollum, sgt.-at-arms, Lee, D. Wruble, sgt.-at-arms, S. Fong, treas., M. Hessel, C. Pierce, D. Ellis, B. Rubey. THIRD ROW: M. Hatch, E. Hoggatt, V. Fix, K. Keenan, vice pres., N. Lehman, A. Williams, K. Hartshorn, S. Nelson, Miller. FOURTH 134 ROW: S. Weinstein, G. Oliver, L. Niece, Sgt-at-arms, Astell, sec., D. Dean, S. Brockman, J. Rogers, jean Clark, jo Clark, sgt at arms. M., Anne Williams Fall President tt. df if J Pam Powell Spring President ,.., 16 ZiosiFIRST ROW: V. Dixon, S. Weinstein, D. McCollum, Sgt.-at-arms, K. Keenan, sec., A. Williams, C. Walker, vice pres., P. Powell, treas., Clark, C. Powell, S. Silvon. SECOND ROW: C. Oliver, treusu, D. Wruble, sec., Platt, S. Fong, H. Busch, Sgt-at-arms, F. Mundorff, 1. Simpson, C. Speichinger, B. Sullivan, L. Baratta, N. Young. THIRD ROW: A. McKelvey, B. Hongo, A. Genzer, B. Bowe, S. Gill, Bartlett, M. David, Flora, B. Waddle, B. Vincent, P. Beardsley, P. Koe. FOURTH ROW: L. Niece, Sgt-at-arms, S. Lankinen, C. Crosswhite, M. Hessell, Abrams, vice pres., D. Dean, Sgt.-at-arms, P. Richardson, L. Anderson, C. Blair, P. Calitzki, C. Forsyth, S. Brown, L. Opdenweyen. Zios Creates Christmas Spirit One of Zios' major projects this year was "F all Fantasyf, the annual fall formal. This dance, one of the most successful of the year, was sponsored jointly with Beta Chi. Fund-raising activities were a highly successful rummage sale, which netted approximately 8100, and a cup-cake sale. Baby-sitting for the Llewellyn P.T.A., supporting a Korean Orphan, and donat- ing a Christmas food basket to a needy family were the club's most important service activities. During the year they have also visited their adopted grand- parents at the Odd F ellow's Home, 'gave Colden Books to an isolation hospital, and decorated the tables for Open House. The sounds of the Zios girls was heard by many as they went Christmas caroling. f , af Mg'M,: 1 f ff X L ,JJ R, I. v jp' Q H UL . V 1 1 . W ' 1 L V, W , JL PN YJ ,W 61 UJIG 'S H fi wfff' if Aff' M W Ma fr I ff .. In Q 'F 1-f. v Fall Rally Girls-Sharon Branson, Vinnie Dixon, Pat Huffschmidt, Vickie Fix, Sara Cox, and janet Grayson. BOYS-Larry Meyers, jerry Lewis, and Dick Peccie. Full Rally Boys-Dick Peccie, jerry Lewis and Larry Meyers. Y ,ff . Jim! , Rf l Qin Full Rally Cirls4FIRST RONV:S. Cox, P. Huffschmidt """' SECOND ROVV: V. Dixon, V. Fix, S Branson. 'EF Spring Rally Girls-judy Lee, Io Knight, Val Viar, Laurel Niece, and Io Clark Spring Rally-jeff Grayson, Val Viar, Maryann Cilbaugh. BACK-Judy Lee, Holm Warrick, Laurel Niece, Jim Shelclrew, and 10 Clark. wing Rally Buy.s--FIRST HOXV: jim Sheldrew, Boh XVarrick, and jeff Grayson. Rally Creates Spirit and Pep Enthusiasm, spirit, and many hours of practice can he used to describe each of these active rally squads. New and old yells were presented at the many athletic games. The Fall Varsity Rally Squadls out- fit was a white sweater and green pleated skirt. For contrast the Spring Rally Squad wore white pleated skirts with green sweaters. They also had a second outfit consisting of a white squaw dress trimmed with green rick- rack. n11..........................1.. Jln.....,t,.Jsm,.,f-.q.a.,...,.wf.m..,a. V. fi ..t-,.el.ma1, - Cleveland Has I ood Year Pre-season predictions pick Indians for sixth place in the P Q I the Cleveland L. However, the Warriors surprised the prognostlcators by placing third. After a slow start against Ro men caught fire and won six 0 games. Among these wins was sevelt, the Red- their next eight e upset of fifth- th ranked Madison. In their final ame, the Braves forced the state champion jeff son team to use their first string during the entire game. A great portion of the Tribe's success was due to fine performances of Norm Patera, second string all-state fullback, and Mike Gedrose, third string all-state tackle. Hub Shovlin, head coach, and Ed Warren, assistant a play before practice. I coach, study e's' Jefferson Roosevelt Cleveland Madison Lincoln . Franklin Grant . . . Wilson . . Benson . PIL Final Standings W ...6 ...6 .. ...5 .. ...2 .. ....2 ., ...1 Pct. 1.000 889 667 667 556 225 222 222 125 --1 -W, FIRST ROW: L. Thompson, manager, G. Dimmiclc, B. Clay, D. Smith, K. Orwiclc, M. Swaim N. Patera, K. Forman, B. Parelius, K. Green, Mr. Shovlin, coach. SECOND ROW: L. Bruun W. Greatwood, G. Upham, S. Sepich, D. Malone , M. Gedrose, R. Gomez, Endicott, I. Fowler, Mr. Warren, coach. THIRD ROW: T. Helher, A. McDaniels, D. Gemma, B. Meals P. Vining, D. Kleist, B. Ellstrom, I. Poorman, G. Tri. NORM PATERA: First Team All-City and Second Team All-State F ullback. MIKE GEDROSE: First Team All-City and Third Team All-State Tackle. s P. b may 933 F T , I 4 9. DENNIS MALONEY: Third Team Gi i" V All-City Center. I H RON GOMEZ: Third Team "'?ifV N ' 2,3 ' f.. fr IN E ' UW: MIKE SWAIM. Third Team TS., , L. ,... All-City Guard. -.-1- I ' V . .fm W We t. ., Y .f,w,' We Ron Gomez snatches a pass from a Wilson defender. Indians Dump Wilson Cleveland Wilson First quarter .... . 6 0 Second quarter . . 0 0 Third quarter . . . 7 O Fourth quarter ...... 0 0 Cleveland won its first game by defeating Wilson on its home field. Heads up defense sparked the Indian attack. Dennis Maloney and Ken Orwick each intercepted a pass and recovered a fumble. Norm Patera headed the offense as he scored all 13 points. Teds Down Tribe Cleveland Roosevelt First quarter . . . 0 7 Second quarter . . 7 0 Third quarter . . . 0 7 Fourth quarter .... 0 0 Cleveland opened its 1958 grid season on the Roosevelt field. This was the first time no all-city jamboree was held. The Roughriders drew first blood as they scored early in the first quarter. Cleveland retaliated shortly on a one yard plunge by Ken Orwick. Norm Patera added the tying point. After half-time the Teddies took the ball and scored the deciding TD. Braves Down Wigs Cleveland Washington First quarter .... 6 0 Second quarter . . 6 0 Third quarter . . . 6 0 Fourth quarter . . 0 0 Cleveland made a shambles of the vaunted Washington defense. Norm Patera had his biggest night to date as he scored all 18 points. His first TD was the result of an 88 yard run. Outstanding defense men for Cleveland were Mike Gedrose and Bill Hagen with 20 tackles between them. Norm Patera sweeps end as Mike Gedrose C991 moves up to block. Warriors Upset Madison Keith Forman dives through the Benson line. G-Men Trip Braves Cleveland Grant First quarter . . . . . 13 7 Second quarter . . . 0 6 Third quarter .... 0 13 Fourth quarter ........ 12 0 Cleveland lost a heart-breaker to the Generals of Grant. Norm Patera continued his workhorse role by scoring all 25 of Cleveland's points. Norm Patera goes for yardage while Ken Orwick f35l watches. Braves Ambush Pony Express Cleveland Madison First quarter . . . . . 0 7 Second quarter ..... 0 6 Third quarter . . . . 13 0 Fourth quarter ..... 6 0 At half-time Cleveland appeared to have no chance of defeating the Pony Express. They trailed 18-0 and had gained no yards rushing. In the second half the tables were turned. Norm Patera started the uprising with a 37 yard TD run. Keith Forman then added the tying' score. In the final quarter Patera scored again to clinch Cleveland's biggest win. jim Endicott M61 Mike Swaim l807. and Ken Green 1402 move in on a Madison passer. Ken Orwick, Mike Swaim, Dennis Maloney move in on a jefferson ball carrier. Franklin Smothered Cleveland Franklin First quarter . . . . 13 7 Second quarter . 7 0 Third quarter .... 7 0 Fourth quarter ...... 7 7 Cleveland snowed under its nearby rival, Franklin, in a 34-point outburst. Leading the way for the Indians was full- back Norm Patera. His 31 points broke the city single game scoring mark. Don Smith, halfback, added 3 extra points to the Brave total. Warriors Wrap Up Third Indians Win Again Cleveland Benson First quarter . . . . . . 12 7 Second quarter . . . . 7 0 Third quarter . . . . 6 0 Fourth quarter ....... 6 0 The Warriors extended their win string by bowling over the Engineers of Benson. Norm Patera needed 19 points to break the 7 game scoring record. He got just that many. Adding to the Brave's margin were Don Smith and Keith Forman. Each scored a touchdown. Don Smith eludes a diving tackler. five if 2 fi at it Q 8 yr r B all Keith Forman breaks through the Madison line for the game tying touchdown. Blocking on the play are: Ken Green MOD, and Bill Hagen f99l. Butch Meals and Tim Helzer stop Terry Baker. Tribe Downs Cards so g Cleveland Lincoln First quarter .... . 6 0 Second quarter .... . 6 6 Third quarter . . . . 6 0 Fourth quarter ...... 0 6 Cleveland clinched third place in the PIL by downing Lincoln. Prior to the game, Lincoln was tied with the Warriors for fourth. For the first time Ken Orwick unleashed his throwing arm. Twice he threw to Iim Endicott for scores. Norm Patera added the final Tribe TD. Jeff Takes Title Cleveland jefferson First quarter . . . . 0 0 Second quarter . . . . 0 18 Third quarter .... . 0 0 Fourth quarter ..... 0 13 Cleveland put up a hard battle, but was unable to stem the Demo tide. However, T the Tribe was the only team which forced T the champions to play their first team all the way. Twice Cleveland missed scoring oppor- tunities due to penalties or fumbles. Q FIRST ROW: R. Enna, D. Rvecl, B. Taylor, C. Butterworth, B. Cuvunaugh, B. Mallory. SECOND ROVV: B. Hayes, B. Keep, C. Baker, B. Mase, D. Dee-ring, R. Beeler, R. M1-isnor. THIRD ROVV: R. Purcella, B. Schnitzer, D. Blank, B. Creenfeld, D. Enna, T. Dvnnis. FOURTH ROVV: D. Cohon, M. XVeiss, B. Bristol, McClung, K. Koch, R. Dart. FIFTH ROW: D. Buono, H. Hill, M. Sorrels, L. Whitlock, L. Riley, P. Puskill. SIXTH ROW': Mr. Halstead, coach, R. VVhithead, R. Wong, Watts, F. Cooley, Mr. Mt-Cullough, couch. FIRST ROVV: N. VVz1lkcr, H. Naldcn, A. Czltlun, C. Purlicr, Hongo, B. Pluyfalir. SECOND ROXV: B. Dart, A. Bonfiglio, C. Cnrnesi, D. Neshitt, F. Bake, D. Remington. THIRD ROVV: T. Cilson, B. Crooks, D. Yonnghloth, Mr. York, couch. FIRST NUXV: XYlIlgl'll'I'l, D. XYllCl'll'l', B. Taylor. SECOND ROV S. llill, S. Spmmglvr, M. Mcliinlc-y, C. Puigv, Sutter, I. Eclwnrds. . . Rally Provides Pep T110 1959 V. Bully Squad presented several innovations. The girls' flashy outfits were highlighted by green Berlnucla skirts and yellow leotards. ln addition, the girls sported grccn llcudbuncls with yellow feathers. The squad was ccnnposc-cl of four frvslnnen and six soPl1cnn01'cs. Dennis VVll0Cl?l' was clcctccl rally l-Qing, and Mary McKinley led the girls. llill, Spunglc-r, M. McKinley, C. Puigv, Syttcr, J. linlwurcls. Indian Swimmers Finish Third FIRST ROW: Larry Tramhly, Cary Adams, Craig Olson, Bon Hushy, Tony Nash. SECOND ROVV: jerry Vincent, jim Kennedy, Dick Boyd, Dave Boyd, Dick johns, Art Boylston. TIIIBD ROXV: Danny Long, Rich Meier, Dave Dempster, jerry Reiehow, Cary Rice, Barry Killian, Mr. McQuaig, coach. Highlight of the boys, swimming season was their rise to third place in the city. This marked the first time the Braves finished in the first division. The 200 yard free-style relay took second place in city and fourth place in state. This team was com- posed of Dave and Dick Boyd, Art Boylston, and lim Kennedy. In ad- dition, Dave took first in city and third in state in the 200 yard free- style. His brother, Dick, took third in the 100 yard hreaststroke, Dave Boyd, 1st in L-ity and 3rd in smtp in the 200 Boy's 200 yard free-style relay, Dave Boyd, Art Boylston, Jim yard free-style, and Dick Boyd, 3rd in city in the Kennedy, and Dick Boyd, which took 2nd in city I 100 yard hrcaststroke, Und 4th in SUNC- f--rf -. Girls' Season Record Cleveland 67 Cleveland 67 Cleveland 40 Cleveland 95 Cleveland 47 Cleveland 33 Cleveland 33 Cleveland 40 Cleveland 65 .................Roosevelt . . Washington . . . ...... Lincoln . . . Girl's Poly . . . Madison . . . Franklin . . . Wilson . . . . Grant . . . jefferson Boys' Season Record Cleveland 63 Cleveland 57 Cleveland 47 Cleveland 41 Cleveland 63 Cleveland 41 Cleveland 43 Cleveland 41 Cleveland 65 . . . Roosevelt . . . .... Washington . . . . . Lincoln . . . . Benson . . . Madison . . . Franklin . . . Wilson . . . . Grant . . . Jefferson 2 7 25 5 5 0 48 67 6 7 55 35 31 37 48 54 31 54 47 54 29 uf? in. Elaine Bailey, leading scorer on the girls' swimming team For the first time in several years Cleveland's girls, swimming team lost more meets than they won. This was largely due to the loss of girls through graduation. As usual the girls put on a spirited show in the city meet. Through the efforts of Elaine Bailey, Pat Huff- schmit, and the medley relay, the girls finished third. In the state meet the girls again demonstrated their prowess by taking fifth. FIRST ROW: E. Dowd, 1. Czesla, M. Swicegood, W. Miller, B. Rubey, L. Opdenweyer, L. Romageux. SECOND ROW: P. Brown, Bechtold, Ystad, P. Huffsclimidt, Holloway, Miss Gaylord, coach, K. Pierce, E. Bailey, K. Ellstrom, Flora. ,V M .,,,.,,,, ,k ..,... ...... . .... it ...., ....+-M... ,W ,. Xfz NM mr . Mmm . ,i " ,-sir Z Q. L" ' 'in' ' 1 A 'I-1 mf X ii as 3 XM! i3iA,g, xv, ,X Sw . 5 X, K' Y- fr in , + -. l ii, iii is l A Wg ,Ei-Lkld will it R 1 4 R FIRST ROW: Endicott, D. Ross, R. Lund, R. Gomez, L. Bruun. SECOND ROVV: D. Long, C. Stevens, C. Embrey, A. MacEwan, W. Newell, L. Berke, N. Anderson. THIRD ROW: B. Crubesic, B. DePue, S. Neptune, B. Killian, Coach Bob McCullough. .V I x V., e M Q .af "4" f g" ff ' Uk R M ' R ' NNL4 , ' o V ' VVVW Dave Ross, Cleveland's center, was named . ' I "'i' first string All-Cily and honorable mention All-State. K , l 150 il Indians Finish Strong, Take Fourth Ji? Coach Bob McCullough calls encouragement to the team. Cleveland's young basketball team put on a terrific stretch drive to finish fourth in the PIL. After finishing one game above .500 percent for the first half, the Warriors won 7 of their next 9 games. During this time, they often shot well above .500 percent from the floor. The team was in contention for the state tournament until the final game. Besides a fine record, the Tribe possessed the best offense in the city. They scored the most points in a single PIL game with 83 against Roosevelt. Four Braves were honored with All-City selections. Dave Ross was named to the first team. Dave Long, Warren Newell, and Larry Bruun received honorable mention. In addition, Dave Ross was awarded honor- able mention All-State. in ting wi Wi lil li Qiilifli l 151 Dave Ross goes up for a rebound. fa w X 1 'xx X . . 1 X , XXX sxvt X X N, X, x N54 . .ei , , . 1. 'XXX tw XIX X X . 1 V r X X .i AXA X , S N . v 5 L XY: -3 s X 15 2 Cleveland 58 Franklin 70 Cleveland 58 Franklin 51 Cleveland dropped its opening 1959 haskethall contest to Franklin. The tribe was in the game until the last period when the Quakers pulled away. Jian Endicott was high point man with 15 counters. An inspired band of Indians reversed their previous loss 'to Franklin. The Braves effectively outplayed Franklin's superior height. Dave Ross poured through 24 points to lead the win. Cleveland 32 Lincoln 25 Cleveland 42 Lincoln 30 Cleveland registered its first 1959 PIL court win over Lincoln. The 32 point winning score was the lowest racked up hy Cleveland in 10 years. Dave Ross sparked scoring with 12 points. Lincoln's hall control gave the Trihe some trouble. However, the Redmen held the Cardinals scoreless in the final quarter while racking up 15 points. Dave Ross and XVarreu Newell scored 9 points apiece. L r Dave Long makes ll dixing sax e to keep the hall from going out of hounds. NVarren Newell drihhles past a VVilson defender. Cleveland 5114 Benson 48 Cleveland 72 Benson 68 Cleveland dumped Benson for their first win in the new gym. The lVarriors trailed into the second half before taking command. XVarren Newell paced scorers with 15 points. The second Benson game proved much closer than the first. The Redmen led hy only 2 points at half time, and were never ahle to pull away. Dave Ross and Dave Long pushed in 15 points apiece. Warren Newell passes cross-court to Rick Lund. Cleveland 64 Wilson 65 Cleveland 69 Wilson 43 VVilson scored a heart-breaking win over the Redmen in their first outing. Cleveland led by 14 points at half time only to see their lead evaporate. Larry Bruun led point producers with 20. The Indians ran their win streak to six games while avenging their loss to the Trojans. The win was a crucial as both teams were tied for third. In the red hot second half Cleveland scored as many points as Wilson did through the whole game. Warren Newell was high point man with 19. Dave Boss jumps with XVilson's center to start the second game. Cleveland 43 Jefferson 57 Cleveland 71 Jefferson 61 The Indian machine scored more points than any other PIL team while downing the Teds. Cleveland took con- trol early in the game and maintained a big margin. Dave Long contributed 15 points for the victors. The Redmen had a much rougher time downing the lloughriders for the second time. After losing an early lead, the Tribe came back to Win in the final minutes. Cleveland 32 Grant 51 Cleveland 46 Grant 65 Cleveland was held to 32 points by state ranked Grant. The loss spoiled dedication of the new gym. Larry Bruun was high point man with 10 counters. Though the final score does not show it, the Tribe played on even terms with the C-men for three quarters. Cleveland 33 Roosevelt 54 Cleveland 64 Roosevelt 60 Cleveland had a cold night from the floor in the first jeff game. The Indians managed to stay close until the second half when Ieff snowed them under. The Warriors recorded their biggest win by dropping the Demos. The Redskins scored first, and were never headed. Larry Bruun lead point producers with 17. Dave Long scored 18 points for the Warriors. Warren Newell scores on a driving lay-up, Dave Ross grapples with a Quaker for possession of the ball. Dave Long effectively checks a Grant shooter. Cleveland 61 Madison 51 .. e Ll 'lss e.,.....dy graft. . 5' 5 Cleveland 65 Madison 75 al' 'e aeee 5 W g eaae jf . 5 g it r W' Cleveland had an easy time downing Madison for the A first time. The Braves took command early and pre- ' vailed throughout the cntest. Jim Endicott jammed 17 .C W points through the hoop for high point honors. The second round loss to Madison ended the Red- menis state tourney hopes. All five starters scored in double figures, but it was not enough. Dave Long, with 15 counters, paced the Indians. Cleveland 55 W3Shillgl0ll 42 Cleveland 72 Washington 45 The Braves finished the first round with a 5 and 4 win-loss record by dumping NVashington. Clevelandls defense was outstanding in holding the league leading scorer to 8 points. Ross topped scoring with 14 tallies. Cleveland wrapped up fourth place in the PIL while crushing the Colonials for the second time. All of the Trihe's players saw action. Scoring was paced by Larry Bruun with 15 points. .ww "UI ' u , Z, .. ,QA 1 1 k 0 My ' Q' 3 T L-fr 7 FIRST ROW: S. Sconce, Bryson. D. Mimnaugh. D. Buono, D. Kleist, Mr. Dunn,eoacll- SECOND ROW: R. Hansen, L. Burdett, Tri, R. Stevens, R. Dart,T. Strader, Young Braves Have Good Season FIRST ROW: Zervis, Nagel,Ed P. Liberty, Leahy, C. Parker, D. K1-1ufory,D. Grisham. SECOND ROW: Mr. Free-man. W. Peterson, F. Bake, P. Barnekoff, Zutter, Heath. D. Remington, T Taylor, FIRST ROW: D. Stenzel, B. Griffith, D. Kimura, S. Racham, M. Fyre, B. Wong, D. Mac- Kenzie, B. Nielson, A. Schacher. SECOND ROW: L. Rornageux, R. Maracini, R. Cain, A. Cain, T. Rnschke, M. Fyrc, R. VVarnpler, B. Paulson, M. Barns. THIRD ROVV: R. Miesner, L. Hollo- way, XV. 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Central Box 637 2232 Giant Road Spring 2-5277 Phone: 3341 BEacon 5-8161 Medford, Crescent City, San Pablo, Oregon California California Elmont 2-23 Churchman, Sharon 66 - Contents - A Cappella 96 Activities 102 Administration 18 Advertisements 160 Amikkl 123 Art Club 106 Assemblies 94 Auto Club 106 Band 98 Basketball-Freshmen 156 Basketball-J. V. 156 Basketball-Varsity 150 Beta Chi 124 ' Blotter 104 Bowling Club 107 Camera Club 107 Campus Life 92 Chess Club 108 Christmas Assembly 95 Classrooms 24 Dad's Club 101 Dedication of Gym 8 Exchange Students 62 Faculty 20 F.H.A. 108 Fishing and lliking Club 109 Football-Frosh 146 Football-J. V. 146 Football -Varsity 140 Foreign Students 4:3 Freshman Class 83 Freshman Class Officers S2 Fre:-:hie Frolic 11 F. 'l'. A. 109 Ham Radio Club 110 Hi-Y 125 Home Coming Queen 10 I. R. L. 112 Junior Class 65 Junior Class Officers 64 Junior Masque and Dagger 110 Kalana Chi 126 King of Hearts 9 Kuisti 127 Kyrn 128 Legend 105 Modeling Club 115 National Honor Society 120 Niki 111 Omega Phi 133 Optimist 129 Orchestra 100 Pep Club 114 Personalities 28 Phi Theta 130 Photo Essay 93 Pi Upsilon 131 Principal 18 P. T. A. 101 Quill and Scroll 119 Rally Squad-J. V. 147 Rally Squad-Varsity 138 Record Club 114 Royal "C" 118 Royal "C" Dance 12 Science Club 116 Senior Class 35 Senior Class Officers 34 Sengor Masque and Dagger 11 Senior Committees 60 Slrs 132 Ski Club 116 Sophomore Class 73 Sophomore Class Officers 72 Spanish Club 117 Sports 136 Square Dance Club 122 Staff 23 Student Body Officers Student Body Plays 14 Student Council 32 Swimming148 Thesplans 119 Trolee 134 Tumbling 117 Twirp Dance 13 Vice Principals 19 Wrestling 157 Zlos 135 30 Summer Supplement Baseball 182 Graduation 190 Junior Prom 181 May Fete 178 Minor Sports 189 New Legend Staff 192 Operetta. 179 Rose Festival 177 Senior Prom 180 Track 185 A -A- Abell, Janice 73 Abendroth, Bev. Abrams, Bonnie 83 Abrams, Judie 30, 32, 35, 115, 121, 123, 135 Adams, Connie 35 Adams, Gary 83, 148 Adams, Randy 65 Adamson, Margaret 65 Airoldi, Harold 65. 118, 129 Alberdt, Gary 11, 83 Albrecht, Elsa 63 Albrecht, Nelly 63 Alden,Vicki 65 Alderson, George 35, 98, Alderson, Liz 72, 111 Aldinger, William 35 Alexander, Mary 83 Alexander, Pam 115, Alexander, Vicki 65, 114, 120, 127 Allan, Carol 83 Allegretto, Sandi S3 Allen, Judy 35 Allison, Bill 65 Alton, Judy 73 Amato, Augie 83, 107 Amato, Charles 65, 106 Amato, Dick 65, 128 Amato,Pat 35, 125 7, 65,114 116 127 Beer, Karen 65 Beer, Wenda 36, 115 Beers, Lana 32, 73 Beiers, Belma, Jim 65, 96 Vicki 83, 110 Begg Jane 63, 73, 113, 114, Bell, Roger 36 Bemis, Bemis, Benado Benado Bender, Calvin 73, Dennis 73 Lynda 36 m. Jim 73 m, Joan 65, 5115, 124 Bennett, Carol 73 Bennett, Robert 83, 157 Bennett, Trudy 65, 114, 115 Berardinelli, Mary Berardinelli, Pete 83, 115 65, 106 Berg, Polly 65 Berg, S ally 83 Berke, Larry 36, 118, 132, 150 Berry, Doug 37, 113 Bianco, lHlZ'4Y1K'0, Sherril 83 Shirley 83 Biden, Betty 65, 97 Birchar d, Sharon 130 Birmingham, Roy 65 Birmingham, Ruth 83 Bishop, Carolyn 73 Bishop, lfirelyn 73, 130 Bishop, Julie 73. 124 Bishop, Marybeth 37, 122 Ariglgrson Bonnie 65, 122, Anderson, Dianne 73 Anderson, Donald 73 Anderson, Gail 65, 114 Anderson, Joanie 73 Anderson Linda 35, 110, 131, 135 Anderson, Linda 83, 113 Aricggrson Neil 34, 35, 118, Anderson Sharon 65, 95, 97, 114, 131 Antonatos, Josephine 73 Antrim, Flossie 65 Antrim, Georgia 33, 65 Antrosio, Carol 35 Anuschat, Paul 73 Applegate, Gary 65, 117 Applegate, Judy 83 Architect, Kay 73, 123 Ardueser, Sue 83 Arness, Sally 73 Arnett, Jean 35, 62, 97 Arnold, Arlene 107 Arnold, Ladean 7, 73 Ashworth, Sharon 73 Astel, Judy 33, 35, 134 Azar, Lily 63, 113 Bader. Reece 8, 10, 30, 32, 33, 35, 38, 61, 96, 113,121, 128 Bagg, John 65, 114, 125 Bailey, Bailey, Bob 65 Elaine 35, 149 Bailey, Janice 35, 122 Bzilggr, Frank 83, 109, 146, Baker, Jerry 73 ,146 Baker, Nancy 83 Baker, Roger 73 Baker, Warren 65 Black, Ann 83 Black, Ca1'ol 73 Black, Laurie 83 Blackburn, Tony 83 Blackwood, Don 83 Iiliiigr, Candy 33, 73, 99, 111, .5 Blair, Craig 83, 107 Blank, Don 73, 147 Blevins, Mearl 37, 96 Bliss, Barbara 73. 111 Block, James 65, 107, 120 Blue, Bob 37 Bly, Rohn 65, 128 Bodell, Barbara 73 Boetel, Eugene 73, 109 Bohy, Phyllis 36, 97, 113 Boldman, Linda 83, 113 Bonfiglio, Adolph 83, 108, 146 Borchert, Marilee 65, 113, 123 Bowe, Barbara 73, 135 Bowers, Robert 83 Bowlsby, Dixie 83 Boyd, David 37, 125, 148 Boyd, Dick 73, 125, 148 Boyd, Pat 37, 96, 114, 124 Boyer, Sally 83 Boyer, Vicki 73 Boyle, Randy 65, 118 Boylston, Arthur 33, 65, 105, 118, 119, 120, 129, 148 Bradley, Priscilla 65 Bradley, Sharon 73, 111 Bradshaw, Joel 73, 125 Bradshaw, John 37, 118, 121, 125, 129 Brady, Pat 83, 108 Brandt, Carol 73 Branson, Sharon 16, 31, 32, 37, 60, 114, 118, 123, 127, 138 Brauckmille. JoAnn 37 Braunsten, Bruce 65, 113 Brice, Diane 83, 115 Bridges, Emma 65 Ballantyne, Kent 83, 116 Ballen, Anne 110 Baratta, Lucille 33, 73, 135 Bargeron, Barbara 65 Ba1'ham, Judith 83, 110 Barnekoff, Dick 65, 156 Barnekoff, Phil 83 Barnes, Darlene 83, 100 Barnes, Patricia 65, 120, 131 Barnhart, Chris 65 Barns, Mike 157 Barnum, Betty Lou 65 Barr, Lesley 65, 96, 97 Barrett, Carolyn 83, 99 Barrett, Pamella 83, 106 Barrett, Robert 65 Barteoux, Connie 73 Bartlett, Judy 65, 97, 135 Basart, Sandra 83, 100, 107 Bates, Kathy 36, 61, 97, 111, 119, 131 Bates, Renee 65, 111, 124 Bauder, Werner 63, 113 Baxter, Linda 73 Baxter, Louie 36, 122 Baxter, Vonnie 96 Beardsley, Pat 11, 36, 121, 134, 135 Bearson, Mary Pem 73, 127 Beasley, Barbara 65 Bechtold, Allen 65, 99 Bechtold, Jeannine 83, 111, 149 Beck, Paul 83, 106 Beckham, Vicki 65 Beeler, Jim 73, 146 Bristol, Ann 10, 64, 65, 120, 127 Bristol, Bill 73, 133, 146 Britzius, Beverly 65, 114 Brix, Mary 65, 127 Brockman, Sandra 37, 124, 134 Broughton, Pat 37 Brown, Carol 65 Brown, Claudia 65, 120 Brown, Jean 73. 108 Brown, Karen 73, 109 Brown, Luetta 73, 111 Brown, Pat 83, 149 Brown, Roland 73 Brown. Shirley 37, 96, 113, 121, 131, 135 Browning, William 65, 97, 133, 164 Brugger, Joan 65, 114 Bruschke. Skip 66, 127 Bruun, Larry 33, 66, 118, 128, 141, 150 Bryant, Jeanine 66, 114, 130 Bqygant, Kathleen 74, 114, 0 Bryant, Sally 74 Bryson, John 74, 133, 156 Bryson, Ralph 66 Buckhorn, Leslie 11, 82, 83 Bufton, Susan 66, 114, 123 Bump, Marcia 32, 37, 60, 113, 121, 131 Bump, Marshall 37, 121 Bundy, Carol 74, 115 Bundy, Grace 66, 115 Buono, David 74, 128, 146, 156 Burcar, Linda 74 Burchell, Jon S3 Burdett, Lanny 74, 156 Burleson, Larry 83, 107 Burns, David 74 Burnside, Bruce 37, 122, 125 Burson, Jerrlne 37 Busby, Anita 74 Busch, Helena 37, 114, 135 Bush, Elgle 83, 107 Bush, Kathy 66, 115 Butler, Loretta 74 Butterworth, Cliff 66, 146 -C- Cadwell, Robert 74 Cain, Alvin 157 Cain, Ron 125, 157 Calhoun, Bill 66 Calhoun, David S3 Calkins, Jack 84 Calkins, Jane 66 Calvo, Luz Maria 127 Cameron, Christine 84 Cameron, Pat 74 Cameron, Ron 84 Camillo, Eva 66 Campbell, David 84 Campbell, John 37 Candioto, Janet 66, 97, 123 Cannon, John 114 Capri, Marrietta 74, 96 Carlile, Bruce 74 Carlile, Sharon 37, 111, Carlson, Grace 84, 115 Carlston, Judy 74 Cqigngese, Charles 32, 84, 113, 130 Carpenter, Judy 37, 115 Carroll, Delores 38 Carroll, Pamela 38, 74 Carroll, Pat 38, 114, 115 Cartee, Pat 84, 100 Carulli, Tom 66, 106 Cascio, Marianne 38 Cascisa, Dianne 38, 124 Case, Kenneth 66, 129 Cash, Carolyn 38, 61, 96, 113, 1219126 Casper, Richard 66, 99, 108 Castellano, Sabino 63, 113 Csatlaglan, Anthony 84, 107, Cavanaugh, Brian 66, 128, 146 Centoni, Nola 36 Cesla, Nina 32, 33, 84, 98 Ciggman, Marvin 38, 105, Chapman, Patricia, 32, 64, 66 Chappell, Terry 74, 132 Charpentier, Maureen 66 Chassaing, Lloyd 38, 110 Chastain, Mike 38 Chastain, Nancy 84 Chilcote, Caren 38, 126 Christensen, .Ken 66, 122 Clrirggitensen, Lynn 38, 60, Clqiiistensen, Marcia 74, 98, Christenson, Chgigty, Lawrence 72, 118, 1 Donna 84 Cianni, Toni 74, 115, 124 Cioeta, Pat 84 Clark, Cheryl 66, 115 Clark, Jean 66, 134 Clark, JoAnn 32, 38, 114, 134, 135, 139 Class, Bradley 74 Clay, Bob 33, 38, 96, 118 Clay, Janice 38 Cloud, Danny 66 Cloud, David 74 Coffey, Craig 66, 132 Coffey, Leana 74, 115 Cohen, Elaine 84, 110 Cohon, Dick 74, 146 Colbert, Judy 38, 130, 131 Cole, Carolyn 38 Cole, Jean 95, 115, 121 Coleman, Doug 66, 108, 125 Colley, Grace 84 Collier, Jim 84, 109 Collins, Bruce 66 Connoyer, Ron 74 Conrad, WillaMae 66 Cook, Anne 32, 38, 121 Cook, Susan 66 Cooley, Frank 66, 146 Copeland, Mark 66, 120 Corbett, Mike 84 Corbin, Linda 11, 84 Corenbaum, John 74, 108 Cort, Barry 66, 107 Coistro, Judy 74 Cosper, Barbara 66, 114 Qgttingham, Judy 8 Cowen, Marilyn 84 Cox, Rossi 11, 84 Cox, Sarah 32, 66, 138 Cox, William 84 Crabtree, Tom 66, 116 Crandall, Gayle 74 Cranor, Edward 38 Crawford, Richard 66 Creitz, Fred 125 Cristy, Larry 74 Crook, Diane 66, 114, Crooks, Bill 84, 107, 146 Crooks. Christie 38 Crosswhite, Cay '33, 74, 110, 119, 134 Cummins, Gail 84, 115 Curtis, Jerry 66, 98, 129 Curtis, Terry 100, 106 Cutright, Bill 84, 110 Cyrus, Nancy 38 Czesla, Joyce 74, 149 124 ..p.. Dahlgren, Diane 74, 124 Dailey, Mike 74, 109 Danielson, Bob 66, 128, 133 Danielson, Charlotte 38, 103 Dart, Brent 84, 146 Dart, Ronald 66, 146, 156 Dash, Bruce 66 Davenport, Dave .32, 66, 97, 114. 128 David, Marilyn 74, 100, 135 Davidson, Annette 10, 31, 32, 33, 66, 114, 123 Dayidson, Jeanette 66, 96, Davis, Diana 32, 66, 114, 127 Davis, Duane 66, 120 Davis. Gary 84, 108 Day, Sue 66, 113 Dean, Deanna 11, 32, 38, 61, 115, 134, 135 Dean, Nancy 84 Deardorf, Betsy 84 DeBahl, Leslie 84 DeBlasio, Diane 38, 107, 119 deCristoforo. Pat 38, 123, 127 Deering, Dennis 72, 128, 146 Deigfint, Elizabeth 7, 66, 115, Dehen, Fred 38 de la Salandra, Mary 84 Delong. 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Augie 67, 118, 128 Gayral, Jean 63, 113 Gayral, Paul 67 Gayral, Pierre 63, 75 Gedrose, Mike 15, 42, 104, 1741, 142 7 Gemma, Dan 64, 67, 118, 133, Gentry, Bonnie 42 Genzer, Annamarie 75, 135 Genzer, Gary 33, 85 Gettman, Pat 85 Giannetti, Norma Jean 85 Gillbaugh, John 11, 85, 107 Gilbaugh, Maryann 32, 42, 61, 114, 115, 123, 127, 139 Gilbert, Jean 42 Gilbert, Joan 67 Gilibi, Francesca 63. 113 Gill, Susan 75, 109, 135 Gillard, Shirley 42, 113, 121 Gilson. Ken 67. 146, 108 Gilson, Terry 85, 108 Gioeta, Pat S5 Gish, Margaret 67, 114, 131 Gisse, Shirley 67. 115 Glanville, Craig 85 Glanville, Mike 64, 67, 133 Glascoe, Ann 67, 123 Glyer, Margaret 42 Gobler, Ann 42 Gocke, Sharon 85 Godbey, Sharon 75, Godwin. Jean 75, 94, 115 Goldberg, Larry 75 Golden, Gary 85 Golden, May 75, 115 Golden, Susan 85 Golden, Tom 67, 105 Goldman, Judy 67, 124 Gomez, Ron 16, 32, 67, 118, 133, 141, 142, 150 Good. Alice 75, 115 Goodale, James 85, 106 115, 123 114, 109 Goode, Vicki 85, Goodwillie, Ann 75, 96, 123 Gorter, Jim 67, 111, 119 Gott, Eugene 85, 98 Graham, James 85 Gray, Lynnette 75 Grayson, Janet 32, 67, 97, 114, 123, 138 Grayson. Jeffrey 67, 97, 109, 118, 133, 139 Greatwood, VVillard 42, 118, 141, 157 Greco, Fred 85, 98, 107 Greco. Vicki 75 Green, Carol 86 Green, Charles 67, 116 Green Ken 42, 118, 128, 141, 143, 145 Green, Linda 75 Greene, Anne 86 Greenfield. Guy 75, 146 Gregg, David 86, 108 Gregg, Ruth 67, 111, 124 Grenawalt, Linda 75, 115 Griffith, Bill 67, 125, 157 Grinder, Kristina 75 Grisham, Lloyd 86, 156 Griswold, Cheryl 86, 115 Grohs, Carolyn 67 Gross, Allyn 72, 156 Grover, Gerald 86, 108 Groves, Dean 67 Grubbs, George 75, 109 Grubesic, Bob 42, 118, 128, 150 Gruenhagen, Pam 75 Gruetter, Karen 14, 42, 96, 97, 110, 119, 121 Gruhlke, Lee 86 Guenther, Alexis 75 Guest, Diane 67, 114, 127 Guffey. Jim 67 Gursribert, Miriam 42, 121, Gunter, Linda 75, 106 Guyer, Rosalie 42, 131 - H .. 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Fay 32, 42, 96, 113, 119, 123 Ifagen, Bill 42, 99, 100, 118, 121, 145 f Hahn, Beverly 86 Hale, Arlene 86 Hall, Sue 86, 100 Halley, Doug 75 Halsten, Richard 67 Halverson, Judy 33, 42, 49, 60, 61, 97, 115, 121, 123, 127 Hamaker, Nancy 42, 121, 126 Hamilton, Pat 75, 110 Hamilton, Mark 67, 98, 100, 113 Hammond, Judy 42, 113 Handran, Carole 42, 104 Hansen, Rich 75 Hanson, Barbara 86, 107 Hanson, Carol 86 Hanson, Robert 67, 156 Harris, Bernita 114 Harris, Clarence 114 Harris, Lana 67 Harris, Lloyd 75 Harris Salley 75 Harrison, Bob 42 Harrison, Phil 42, 114, 129 Harsch, Gary 76 Hartley, Joan 33, 68, 127 Hartshorn, Carol 76, 134 Hartwell, Judy 76 Harvey, Carroll 44 Hasson, Dick 76 Hatch, Frank 68, 108 Hatch, Nancy 68, 134 Hatling, Pamela 44, 115 Hattan, Elaine 68 Hatten, Richard 86 Hawkins, Andy 44, 107 Hayes, Jasen Allen 146 Hayes, Lorelei 86, 111 Haynes, Carolyn 68, 106, 131 Hays, Rick 76 Haystead, Wes 44, 111 Head, Dennis 76, 109 Heath, Jeff NG. 155 Heckaman, Bill 82, 86, 107 Hee-kaman, Gloria 32, 72, 76, 23 Hedges, Steve 76 Hedlund, Ron 68 Heery, Kathy 86 Hege, Bob 76, 106 Hcisler, Joyce 68, 130 Helzer, Tim 32. 33, 64, 68, 118, 133, 141, 145 Hempel, Maryls 76, 122 Hendren, Gail 76 Henlgin, Suzanne 44 Henjyoji, Flo 30, 31, 32, 33, 44, 55, 105, 121, 124, 131 Henjyoji, Grant 76, 125, 156 Henkel, Marlin 44, 96, 129 Henley, Charlotte 68, 106 Henley. Jack 76 Henley, Jim 76 Hermann, James 76, 156 Herrington, Ray 86, 108 Herrle, Fred 33, 44, 114 Hessel, Marilyn 44, 134, 135 Hessemen, Ken 44, 118 Hessemer, Sue 76 Hetrick, Jan 76 Hetrick. Judy 86 Hicks, Charyl S6 Higgens, Sheldon 106 Hilaire, Karen 115 Hilaire, Kerry 16, 31, 33, 44, 96, 97, 125, 129 Hildebrand, Paul 44, 114, 128 Hill, Harold 76, 146 Hill, Susan 86, 147 Hilton, Nancy 86, 110 Himmel, Dick 125 Hindman, Bill 86 Hines, Patty 68 Hines, Verna 44 Hinz, Judy 76 Hlxson, Mike 86 Hoagland, Jack 44, 96, 97 Hoekstra, Helen 86, 100 Hoffman, Joan 86 Hofmann, Joyce 86, 107 Hoggatt, Etta 16, 44, 95, 96, 97, 134 Holloway, Judy 149 Hoglsmway, Lex, 44, 122, 125, 1 Holloway, Linda 86 Holloway, Mary 86 Holmberg, Jenny 86 Holmes, Cathie 76, 115, 126 Holmes, Jerry 68, 146 Hongo, Brenda 76, 135 Hongo, Jeff 86, 146 Hoppe ,Anita 76, 98, 130 Hopwood, Allan 86 Horrocks, Terri 86 How, Dora 86 Howard, Robert 44, 98, 99, 100, 109, 125 Howe, Cathy 86 Howell, Michael 76 Hubbard, Carol 86, 110 1 Huff, William 86, 108 Huffman, Constance 76 Huffschmidt, Pat 32, 114, 115, 123, 138, 149 Hughes, Pat 86 Hughes, Richard 86, 106 Hunger, Marlene 76, 115 Hunsaker, Diana 76 Hunsaker, Keith 68 Hunt, Susan 76 Husby, Ronnie 76, 109, 149 Huston, Ann 86 Huston, Eleanor 76, 123 Huston, Robert 44, 104, 125 Hyde, Kathy 76, 115 Ibabao. Rency 76 Ikata, Ronald 76 Indehor, Bob 76 Ingalsbe, Claudia 86, 115 Ingram, Jeannie 44, 124 Ireland, Anne 68 Isaacson, Lee 86 Isaacson, Virginia 68 Ivie, John 76, 109 -J- Jack, Jerrilyn 86 Jalthlg, Judi 15, 44, 110, 119, Jacobson, Nancy 68, 119 Jann, Gary 76, 106 Jardine, Gary 86 Jarvin, Bill 76 Jensen, Richard 86 Joens, Louise 76 'Johns, Judy 76 Johns, Richard 68, 148 Kllngforth. Joanne 46, 115 Knight, Bill 87 Kqgiht, Jeanne 17, 34, 46, 60 Knight, Joanne 46, 60, 114, 115, 123, 127, 139 Knopp, Vicki 68 Knopp, Nancy 87 Knox, Darlene 46 Knox, Karen 46 Knutsen, Judie 46, 126 Knutson, Kay 68, 131 Knutson, Sandra 77, 114 Koch, Karl 77, 133, 146 Koe, Pamela 77, 113, 135 Koehler, Luke 87 Koenekamp. Judy 68, 115 Koppen, Margaret 87 Koski, Sandra 87 Krall, Dennis 87 Kristich, Marian 16, 46 Kunelius, Leroy 116, 117 -L- 1.aChaeetn. Dawn 77 LaCroix, Ronald 68 LaFond, Armond 87 Lake, Bill 87 Lake, Eddie 46 Lake, Rory 87 Lakin, Mary 77 Lakin, Tom 68 Lamar, Sharon 24, 68, 111,126 105, Lambert. Earl 87, 107 Lambert, Lois 68 Lqrgaberton, Becky 32, ll, Landen. Grace 77, 109 Lane, Becky 68, 122 Lane, Ellen 87 Lankinen, Sirkka 32, 46, 62, Johnson, Barbara 113, 144 Johnson, Carol 76, 124 Johnson, David 68 Johnson, Dennis 76 Johnson Dick 68, 118. 133 Johnson: Donna 44, 121, 124 Johnson, Geraldine 44, 61, 126 Johnson Glen 86, 157 Johnson: .nm 44, 104, 125 Johnson, Judy 44, 104 Johnson, Keith 76, 108 Johnson, Ken 44 Johnson, Larry 44 Johnson, Norma 76, 100 Johnson, Robert 76 Johnison, Trudy 86, 98, 100, 11 Jones, Ann 68, S6 Jones, Don 68 Jones, Liza 86 Jones Jones , Patricia 44, 115 Sandra 76 Jon Fohr, Lynn 86 Jordan, Barbara 113 -K.. Kafoury, David 87, 156 Kafoury, Steve 30, 32, 33, 44 110, 125 Kaiser, Bill 76 Kalb, Carolyn 44, 144 Kallio, Matt 33, 84 Kannard, Joyce 44 Karo, Jerry 68 Kaseweter, Connie 68 Kasper, Jim 46 Kaufman, Nancv 76, 115 105, 131, 135 Lankins, Nona 87, 99 Lathrop. Charles 87 Lau, Helen 68, 97 Laurens. William 68 Lawrence, Barry 77 Layne, Linda 77, 111, 115 Layton, Adele 68 Leach, Donna 46, 115 Leach, Patricia 77 Leaf, Karen 68, 110 Leahey, James 87, 107, 156 LeDoux. Ray 97, 129 Billie 87 Lee, Lee, Debbie 46 Lee, Lee, Edna 46 Gary 77, 109 Lee, Gladys 46 Lee, Judy 11, 46, 113, 114, 115, 134, 139 Lee. Susan 63 Lehl, Roger 9, 46, 128 Lehman, Nancy 46. 134 Leitheiser, Mike 77 Lemme, Janet 87, 99 Leonetti, Antonio 63, 77 Leppert, Judith 87, 115 LeRoy, Linda 68, 100 Leshin, Susie 87 Leopold, Suzanne 77, 127 Lewis. Jerry 31. 32, 33, 46, 48, 60, 132, 138 Lewis, Joan 77 Lewis, Sue 77 Liberty, Leslie 46, 60, 131 Liberty, Paul 87, 109, 156 Liddycoat, Robert 87 Lightfoot, Shari 87, 106 Lind, Edward 68 Lindley, Bob 68 Kaylor, Shargl 87 Keady, Ken 76 Keeling, Barbara 87, 115 Keeling, Ruth 115 Keenan, Kathy 46, 60, 87, 104, 115, 134, 135 Keenan, Mickael 87 Keep, Bill 77. 146 Kehrli, Pat 77 Keiter, Paul 46 Keithley, Herb 68 Keithley, Kathy 87 Kekel, Jerry 87 Kekol, Judy 87 Kelley, Phil 87, 108 Kelly, William 77, 109 Kenin. Sue 87 Kennedy, Alice 87, 111 Kennedy, James 46, 99, 100, 118, 129, 148 Kerr, Gary 46, 96 Kettleson, Jean 68, 105, 114 Keyser, Rodney 68, 112 Klenlen. Chuck 46 Killian, Barry 46, 118, 129, 148, 150 Kirchner, Roger 77, 97, 113 Kirsch, Gary 77 Kleist, Don 77, 128, 141, 156 Kler, Bob 87 Lindsley, Lorene 46, 121 m' 1 7 Linlger, Ji Littlehales, 87 98 100 Charles 68, 129 Littlehales, John 32, 77, 99, 100 Littlehales, Tom 87 Livermore, Barbara 87, 113 Livingston Carol 32, 87 Livingston Lou 87 Lockwood,'Sharon 87 Lomax, Carilyn 46, 124 Loney, Robin 68, 128 Long, Long, Candy 77, 122 Danny 77, 116, 148 Long, Dave 9, 46, 60, 118, 121, 132, 150, 151,153, 155 Long, Lord, Terry 87, 107 Sharron 87 Lorenz, Dariel 46, 115 Lorenzini, David 77, 109 Loschiao, John 87, 107 Lough, Norma 68 Low, Carolyn 77, 127 Low, Philip 77, 133 Lowe, Judy 68 Luchs. Darlene 46, 114, 124 Luck, David 77, 116 Luck, Lund, Lester 77 John 87, 110 Lund, Rick 32, 46, 60, 128, 153 150, 0 1 The Cleveland Q . Dral Cleaners llll, alan 1623 s. E. Bybee Blvd. fi 7-'X' its X ,S BElmont 4-7505 ' Kwan Yings A 5 4? 7 N Chinese Food to Co Z Q -is'-"S A X N Sunday Fried Chicken Special Q fl' A 4644 N. E. Sandy ATlantic 7-1171 Svtfii-1:32 OD ' 7 xy 6 . Wolfard Ford X - .4J.4. up A . V Used Cars and Trucks Y 6 , 2825 s. E. Powell Blvd. BElmont 2-9732 , 'Z'P2'l"A:Jf :l.-f '-:, GM um , , 0 Abbott's Green Thumb ' :PI CQFFEE ,i Florists YUU Gelllm . f.g--- e.,, . l,l, 6, ll,,,l , . e e Cowles - Cut Flvwefs SERVED BY FINE RESTAURANTS SINCE l900 BE mow 9169 3330 S E Powell Blvd Robbins 5 P Bakery Portland Outdoor Store Decorated French Pastry for All Occasions 304 S' W' 3rd, Comer Oak 3218 S. E. 21st Avenue E-Elmont 6-9744 Indian Moccasins Squaw Boots Rettman's Market Y our Camping Headquarters 8123 S. E. 17th Avenue Bmmont 4-4616 Square Dance Dresses CApitol 2-1051 American Flre Alarm Co., Inc. Leevs Service Stations Residential-Commercial , Q . Corner of Holgate and McLoughlin 6661 S.E. Mllwaukle 1309 S.E. 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Milwaukie BE E2-1201 l VVhether youire going on to f college or out into the 5 business world, we invite you Crist's Rx Pharmacy Q 6237 s.E. lxlllwaukle ' I Phone: BE 2-3101 i x e l Division Big Top , I ICE CREAM . . .T l - U ,, Yih.. in , ,iii - - - 3360 S. E. Division BElmo t2-5666 to make US your bank. From Your Friends at 5 7 Milwaukie-Powell Branch S.E. Milwaukie Ave. at Powell Blvd. Oregorfs Own STATEWIDE BANK The United States National Bank of Portland Lundquist, Marilyn 87 Luttrell, Jim 77 Lyle, Linda 77, 111 Lynch, Georgia 87, 115 Lynds, Judy 87 Lyons, Carolyn 48, 98, 100 laiogs, Janet 87, 98, 100, 113, -M- Macdonald, Ron 87, 109 MacEwan, Arthur 33, 69, 120, 150 MacEwan, Scotty 75, 116 MacGregor, Douglas 88 MacGregor, Jean 69, 119, 130 MacKenzie, Douglas 77, 157 MacKenzie, Sue 69, 114, 127 MacOmber. Dwaine 48 Larr ' 88 MacOmber, y Macy, Roger 88, 107, 157 Madrid. Thayne 88, 116 Madsen, Karen 69, 123 Madsen. Meryle 77 Malbin, Ed 48 Malbin, Linda 77 Malkasian, Susan 88 Mallory, Bill 69, 146 Malloy, Frank 48 Maloney, Dennis 118, 132, 141, 144 Maloy, Maureen 88 Malyon, Timothy 77, 88 Mantia, Rosalie 48, 96, 124 Manwerler, Donna 88 Maranville, Lorraine 77, 124 Marl, Pat 77 Marrat-1-ini, Roy 157 Marsters, Pat 69, 115, 130 Martes, Kenny NN, 107 Martin, Dick 48, 122 Masonic, Jean 69 Massey, James 88 Matteucci, Leo 69, 106 Maurer. Suzanne 77 Maxfield, Jane 48, 131 Mayes, Arlene 88 Mayo, Lee 9, 16, 33, 48, 61, 95, 118, 128 Meals, Butch 118, 133, 141, 145 Mecham, Lee 77 Meel, Jesse 77 Meier, Richard 48, 88, 116, 148 Menlg, Mike 69 Merchant, Joan 77, 124 Merchant, Judy 77 Merrifield, Betsy 48 Merritt, Gary 9, 16, 31, 33, 48, 118 Meshke. Barbara 69, 114, 120, 130 Messenger, Donna 49 Meyers, Larry 49, 60, 97, 118, 127, 132, 138 Michelet, John 77, 98, 113 Miers, John 88, 107 Mtesner. Ronald 77, 106, 146, D Miles, Mike 49, 128 Miles, Patrick 11, 88 Millen, Kin 69, 114, 116 Miller, Charlotte 77, 122 Miller, Elsie 49, 113, 121 Miller, Jo 38, 69, 108, 110, 114, 120 Miller, 116, Joyce 69, 113, 124 Miller, Luanne 49 Miller, Marilyn 49, 124 Miller, Penny 88 Miller, Phil 69, 114, 116, 120 Miller, Philip 69 Miller, Sharon 88 Miller, Wanita 88 Mills, Charlene 88, 115 Milner, Sally 88 Mimnaugh, Mickey 72, 78, 115, 133 Mimnaugh, Richard 78, 156 Minutti. Jan 78, 131 Minor, Bob 88, 107 Miskimlns, Jean 69, 115, 124 Miskimins, Vicki 88 Mitchell, Janet 78, 114, 124 Mitchell, June 49, 60, 104 Moll, Patricia 78, 100, 115 Moll, Sandra 49, 126 Monaco. Beverly 109, 129 Monson, Ronald 88 Moodenbaugh, Jim 49, 78 Moore, Lesley 69, 123 Mork, Charlotte 69 Morrell, Dick 49, 118, 128 Morris, Jean 49 Morris, Jolene 88, 114 Morris, Marilyn 7 Morrison, John 10, 14, 15, 33, 34, 49, 61, 95, 111, 128, 132 Morrow, Sharon 50 Mortimore, Nikki 88 Muessig, Tamara 78 Muhler, Doug 88 Muir, Richard 78, 108 Muller, Linda 69, 122 Mundlln, Mickey 69 Mundorff, Fran 50, 112, 113, 121. 134 Murk, Ron 69 Muse, Betty 69, 96, 122 McAllister, Jeanette 78, 127 McArthur, Penny 88 McBride, Kathy 69, 111, 124 McCann, Beverly 88 McCarty, Jeannie 50, 62, 96, 121, 127, 134 McCarty, Maureen 69 McClain, Jim 51, 129 MCClung. Jerry 32, 33, 72, 78. 134 McCollum, Diane 50, 114, 134, 135 McCollum, Don 78 McComb, Flora. 69, 98, 100 McDaniel, Darrel 50 McDaniel, Diane 115 Mczaniels, Allen 28, 69, 132, McDermott, Jerry 69 McDonald, Daniel 78, 98, 100 McDonald, Madge 88 Mggonald, Marylou 78, 115, Mcaonald, Mike 69, 110, 133, Pat 78, 127 McFarling, Richard 78, 116 McGilvra. Keith 78 McGilvra, Mary 88, McGrew, Alan 69 McKelvey, Ann 78, 135 McKelvey, Don 32, 51, 116, 118, 120, 121, 128 McKenzie, Miriam 88 McKey, Susan 88, 111 McKinley, Bob 69, 133 Mcginley, Mary 10, 78, 123, McDuffee, 113 McKinnon, Suzann 78 McLain, Deanna 33, 50, 99 McLoughlin, Warren 78, 132 McLellan, Connie 78, 123 Mitallamara, Mike 16, 69, 113, McNassar, Jim 69, 109, 133 McNeill, Bob 33, 51, 98, 100, 108, 125 McNeill, Dennis 69 McNeill, Kara 78 McNeill, Kathy 88 McNeil, Pat 51 McPhee. Joanne 78 McQuilliam, Ellen 88 -N... Nadon, Harry 88, 146 Nagel, Edward 88 Nash, Anthony 78, 146 Nash, Kathy 88 Needham, Guy 78, 111 Neislar, Robert 51 Nelson, Lois 88 Nelson, Susan 32, 78, 134 Nemer, Steven 33, 88 Neptune, Steve 78, 150 Nesbit, William 88 Nesbitt, Kathleen 88 Nettrouer, Jim 78 Neuman, Marlene 69 Neuman, Pat 51, 113, 126 Newell, Warren 69, 118, 120, 150, 151, 153, 154 Newklrk, Sally 115 Newman, David 78, 107 Newsom, Carolyn 88, 108 Newton, Anne 78, 113 Niece, Laurel 32, 51, 61, 114, 121, 134, 135, 139 Nielsen, Julie 78, 106 Nielsen, Tom 88, 157 Noakes, Beverly 78 Noon, Pat 69 Noren, Larry 69 North, Doris 78, 115 North, Nancy 78 Noyes, Jack 88 -Q- Oberman, Georgia 69 Ochs, Gilbert 88 Ochs, Ray 88 O'Connell, Patty 88 Odeane, Ed 69 O'Dell, Terry 69 O'D0nnell, Carol 113, 120, 131 Ogle, Oren 69 Okamoto, Karen 78, 109 Oliver, Barbara 78 Oliver, Genoa 51, 113, 134 Oliver, Ivona 11 Olson, Arthur 88, 99 Olson, Craig 78, 148 Olson, Roger 69, 133 O'Mara, Elaine 69 O'Neill, Cathy 88 O'Neill. Mike 107 O'Nelll, Peggy 51, 105 Opdenweyer, Linda 33, 69, 114, 135 Orr, Jim 89, 107 Orwick, Ken 9, 16, 32, 51, 118, 141, 143, 144 Orwick, Sue 33, 69, 123 Osborne, Everett 89 Ossey, Dick 89, 107 Oster, Darlene 7, 69 Oster, Frances 89 Oster, Marriette 51 Otzen, Dorothy 51 Owen, Judy 51, 109 ...p- Pagano, Don 69, 120 Page, Christy 89, 147 Pairan, Roberta Jean 78 Palmer, Gary 51 Palmer, Ray 97 Palmer, Robert 78 Papas, Jim 113 Papas, George 63, 113 Papini, Nancy 78 Parelius, Bob 44, 51, 61, 118, 120, 125, 128, 141 Parise, Louis 51, 99, 100, 118, 122, 129 Parker, Craig 89, 146 Parker, Nancy 14, 78, 111 Parks, Marilyn 7, 69, 114 Paskill, Pete 33, 69, 114, 116, 125, 146 Patera, Ken 78, 141 Patera, Norm 51, 118, 128, 132, 142, 143 Patterson, Mary Jane 69, 114, 131 Patterson, Shirley 89 Paulsen, Bill 31, 33, 157 Paulson, Bill 51, 118 Paulson, Marjorie 89, 107 Pavia., Sharilyn 89 Pawson, Dave 78 Pearlmutter, Mike 53, 97, 125 Pearson, Gayle 53 Peccie, Dick 53, 60, 61, 118, 128, 138 Peizner, Sue 53 ,124 Pence, Judy Lee 69, 130 Perkins, Sandra 69, 123 Peron, Carole 89 Peron, Linda 53, 122 Perrin, Linda 53, 111, 127, 131 Perry, Deborah 70, 123 Perry, Robert 70 Peters, Doug 53 Peters, Jim 78, 99, 116, 118 Petersen, Petersen, Petersen, Peterson, 97, 125 Pettys, Delmar 70, 108 Pew. Ruby 70. 114 Phillips, Shirley 70, 114 Phllpott, Sandra 33, 70, 130 Pickens, Faye 70 Pickens, Carole 89 Pierce, Carol 79, 134 Pierce, Janice 79, 115 Pierce, Kathy 89, 107 Piercey, Doris 79, 111 Pierson, Linda 89 Pine, Donna 33, 89 Pitts, Kenneth 89, 106 Platt, Joyce 53, 115, 131 Playfair, William 89, 146 Plett, Dale 118 Plog, Connie 89 Poff, Frances 70, 114, 130 Polan, Gail 70 Polinsky, Janet 89 Poorman, John 53, 118, 132, 141 PODD. Lois 70 Porcelli, Frank 79 Port, Richard 70 Porter, Annette 24, 70 ,120 Porter, Cecil 89 Potter, Carol 79, 115 Powell, Charlene 53, 135 Powell, Pam 53, 123, 125 Prairie. Bill 89 Pratt, Cathy 79, 127 Pratt, Judy 79, 114, 130 Preble, Tommy 79 Prefontaine, Carol 79, 115 Prendergast, Bill 70, 116, 129 Preskey. Carol 79 Pruitt, Bert 53 Pugliese, Tony 79, 125 Purcella, Bob 70, 133 Purcella, Ronald 79 Purington, Lynn 79 Putman, Sharon 79 Gloria 53, 96, 97 Iris 70 Wayne 53, 89, 156 Bob 19, 53, 60, 91, -Q.. -R- Rackham, Gary 79, 129, 157 Rackham, Linda 89 Rader, John 89 Ragnone, Pat 79, 115 Rains, Cheryl 89, 98 Ramme, Kurt 53, 98, Ramsey, Jennifer 79, Randall, Frances 89 Haney, Brent 53, 118, 128 Raschio, Allen 79 Raschio, Tom 53 Regcehke, Terry 53, 118, 128, 100 115 Ready, Daniel 14, 15, 53, 97 Rebagliati, Peter 63, 113 Redding, Cheryl 89 Reed. Bill 79 Reed, Douglas 146 Reeder, Dale 79 Reichow, Keith 79, 116, 148 Reid, Danny 79 Rirgigngton, David 89, 146, Renan, Louise 79, 98, 100, 113 Renan, Shelden 14, 53, 111, 119, 124 Reneau, Anita 53, 114, 121, 124 Reneau, Gerald 53, 109 Renfro, Victoria 79 Rentle, Marilyn 70 Rentle, Vernon 89, 106 Reznick, Pat 79, 115 Rhoton, Linda 89 Rice, Gary 53, 148 Rice, Richard 79 Rich, Marva 79 Richards, Janice 89 Richards, Larry 79, 98, 108 Richards, Marjorie 79, 106 Richardson, Michael 70, 106 Richardson, Penny 53, 60, 111, 123, 135 Richardson, Tag 79, 122 Richert, Melva 89, 108 Riddle, Dick 53 Ridley, Dennis 70, 120 Ridley, Richard 79 Rigdon, Randy 79 Riggs, Joan 53 Riley, Donald 53 Riley, Judy 70, 127 Riley, Lee 70, 79, 146 Riley, Ronald 53, 106 Rinehart, Danny 79 Rinehart, Juanita 89 Ritchie, Ronald 89, 109 Ritter, Janice 70, 114 Ritz, Edward 89, 108 Ritzer, Paul 70 Robb, Carole 70, 114 Robb, Karen 89 Robb, Richard 53 Robbins, Kay 79 Robeck, Marilyn 70 Roberts, Kenney 79 Roberts, Paul 70 Robertson, George 53, 100, 116 Robinett, Claudia 89 Robinson, Robin 70, 97, 111, 130 Robinson, Roger 53. 113 Robinson, Roxanne 79 Rodgers, Ruth 89 Rodger, Sue 53. 125 Rodonick, Marilyn 79 Rogers, Donald 79 Rogers, Judy 70, 134 Rogers, Raymond 54 Rosentreter, Lynne 89, 110 Rosentreter, Mike 54, 118, 121, 125 Ross, Barbara 89 Ross, David 54, 61, 118, 150, 151, 152, 153, 154, 155 Ross, Mary 98 Sandra 54, 123, 131 Rossi, Rossman, Al 89 Rost, Diane 70 Roth, Judy 79 Roth, Tony 54 Roumagoux. Louis 79, 157 Roumagoux, Louise 79 Rout, Gay 89 Rozwood, Lois 70 Rubey. Betsy 70, 116, 134 Rudolph, Jean 89 Rueck, Nancy Rae 89 Rumi, Janice 70, 97, 115, 130 Runnlon, Carol 80 Russell, Michael 89, 107 Rust, Ben 70 Rust, Doris 54 Ryan, Donald 80 Ryan, John 24 Rygg Launa 80, 111 Rygg, Trudy 89, 107 120, Sachtler, Jeffery 80, 107, 122 Sample, Judy 54, 60, 104, 123. 127 Sand, Barbara 70, 114, 120, 123 Sand, Kathie 32, 89, 115 Sanders, Bonnie 70 Sargent, Sandy 54, 106, 126 Saulcer, Sharon 89 Sauter, Gregg 33, 70 Savage, Gerald 80, 109 Scarbrough, Bettie 90, 115 Scarci, Sandra. 80 Schacher, Art 157 Schaeffer, Donna 80 Shaer, Nancy 90 Scharnott, Dianne 90, 110 Scharpe, Cherryl 70 Scharpe, Merrllyn 80 Scheetz, JoAnn 70 Schenk, Barbara 80 Schenk, Joanne 54, 122 Schiermeister, Lloyd 54 Schiller, Karen 70 Schilling, Van 80, 98, 100, 129 Schmid, Philip 70 Schmidt, Beverly 54, 114 Schnitzer, John 80, 146 Shoenfeld, Stan 54, 119 Schoenheit, Ronald 70 Schoepflin. Pat 80 Schultz, Gary 70, 99 Schwab, Douglas 112, 113 Schwab, Sidney 90, 99 Schwartz, James 90, 113 Scllrvgartzkoph, Sandy 90. Sconce, Ralph 70, 118, 133, 156 Scott, Arlen 54, 96, 97 Scott, Darlene 54, 61, 131 Scott, Kathy 54, 114 90, 107 Scroggs, Stephen Sears, Launee 70, 114, 130 Seeder, Eldon 80 Seid, Dennis 125 Seidler, Alene 90, 110 Selvlg, Ray 90 Senn. Marie 80 Sepich, Steve 32, 54, 118, 129 141 Shaner, Gregory 90 Shannon, Janice 54 Shatokin, Thea 70 Shaw, Ken 109 Shaw, Patsy 80, 114, 123 Shearet, Gall 80 Sheeley, Gary 80 Sheldrew, Jim 10, 30, 32, 54, 113, 132, 139 Sherwood, Dick 80 Shields, Dorothy 90, 100 Shipley, Lynda 70 Shipman, Jim 70 Shipman, Margaret 90, 111 Sholkoff, Karensue 70, 99, 100, 105, 120 Shotwell, Linda. 54, 105, 119, 121, 131 Shultz, Shady 70 Shwab, Sid 82 Shwerin, Tom 80 Sidor, Jim 90 Siegfried, Jim 54. 105. 119 Sllvon, Sandra 70, 111, 135 Simon, Mike 80, 109 Simonsen, Linda 33, 34, 50, 55, 121, 123, 127, 160 Simpson, Joan 80, 135 Sittner, Carolyn 80 Sittner, Gloria 90 Skou, Dave 90 Slocom, John 70 Smith, Darlene 70. 122 Smith, Don 118, 132, 141, 14 Smith, Everett 90 4 Smith, Kay 30, 32, 42, 55. 60. 118, 121, 123, 127 Smith, MaryJo 90 Smith, Michael 70 Smith. Ray 107, 116, 125 Smith, Raymond 55, 90 Snodgrass, Sandra 90 Snyder, Karla 90 Solomon, Patricia 80 Sorenson, Janice 11, 90 Sorenson, Lyle 55, 132 Sorenson, Walter 55 Sorrels, George 55 Sorrels, Mike 80, 146 Souders, Donna 56 Sowersby, Dick 80, 122 Spagle, Ron 71 Sparzigler, Sally 8, 80, 127, 14 Spelchinger. Cathy 56, 98, 120, 121, 131, 135 Spina, Larry 71 Springer, Larry 90 Sproul, Gail 71, 114 Stallings, Dennis 56 Standring, Kathleen 90 171 I Globe Li ht 8. Brake Service I I 936 S. E. Powell Blvd. Congratulations BElm0Ut 4-0357 I and I I o o Good Luck I Pacific Sea Food Company I Wholesale Fish Dealers f0 flw I 3380 S. E. Powell Blvd. BElmont 2-9604 I Graduation Class I I ' I , I 'J olclman's of 59 I ootery I .J .L I "J JJ-1 Buhler Bros. Inc. : ' Your Ileaflquarters for Lancers, Flats l Gym Shoes, Dress Flats 4617 S. E. Milwaukie Avenue ' -L I I f G. Pl. B0lClll'lkIll 6812 S. E. Milwauki I BElmont 6-7770 Portland 2, Orego l ' ,, I , I Casl1's Monkey Cleaners 8. Launclr Phagan s , , J A I One-Day Shirt Service Clwvse A Career Ywfll Chee' 7995 s. E. Nlilwaukie BElmont 6-5727 Earn Money All Year I I Stop Your Yearning - Sim fn Lef""I'1g I Ye Olcle Towne Crier School of Hair Design I Distinctiue Foocl - Early American Decor Ci Lunch - Dinner - ' l - 2 726 S' NV' 4th Avenue CAIN 8 50 8 4515 S. E. 41st, corner Holgate PRospect 4-1822 I I I Friencl's Groceries 8. I I Meats I 7639 S. E. Milwzulkie Blilmont 5-9728 I I Dr. Robert King I Optometrist I 6664 s. E. lxlilwlmkle Blalmolll 6-8266 For That "Very Specialv Person Identification Bracelets Tie Bars and Cuff Links Iclent Pendants Watches and Bands lVatch and jewelry Repairing Engraving in one clay Timm's Jewelry in Sellwood 8071 S. E. 13th Avenue BElmont 2-2303 eveland Dad's ' N ' if J im tvfsm If L' ,I , I 0 VT I , My ,gf Luhifj Q Ztyfgb Dedicated to lpig K, 'Leif iKW LU WV bij L L' EV Make Clegjgxeajtv yf Lau- XM Civ L Bu f' V. 'JV 1 I , pf' ' ew eb., OEM W b iffx J, Llp 'V fflfp X ,fl--i,fTiU'i i i JV i W4 f bi 1' 0ic0?5L"'iCVViW1L! ij , ttf fi, i If ' IU' AUM H My It Mfiggcw If 2152! f Lf ,jg lv fi, f Lib , jL"n LJ' fu Uffdfy it ' wg yy if N- ff we C' W ge 2 i tg: ff? IA: 'fit tn' e J A45 im W6 If Axtit ' 'J JIM! .HZ- E c, is, 4 ll Scholastic il Social Activities 1 A't' 't'-' I ii' lit in Sport Activities "Support Your Cleveland Dadsv 173 Congratulations I Class of 1959! Blake 8. Neal I Finance Co. V E. Burnside nt 20th Avenue BElmont 4-6651 S. P. Market BElmont 6-1442 3228 S. E. 21st Avenue Koehler's 6803 S.E. Milwaukie BE 2-3354 Service Auto Electric 3117 S. E. Milwaukie Avenue BElmont 4-3162 Sellwood Pharmacist The first five students to bring this ad in- will receive one box of Candy. 8201 S. E. 17th Avenue BElmont 5-0433 Portland Secretarial Schdol Edna Steen McCall, President 317 S.W. Alder CA: 3-1772 ! I Q Pacific Plating 2 N . r . Decorative - Baked Enamel - Lacquer 7884 S. E. 13th Avenue BElmont 4-5401 1 w- Eastmoreland Grocery and Market Frozen Foods - Produce and Quality Meats 3616 S. E. Knapp PRospect1-4150 l r u Sunny Brook Restaura 2701 S. E. Division G i BElmont 6-3343 Hawthorne Pharmacy While Shopping on Hawthorne Blvd. Pay All of your Utilities 3538 S. E. Hawthorne Blvd. BElmont 2-8406 Pittsburgh Testing Laboratory 2419 S. E. Powell Blvd. Inspecting Engineers and Chemists I Bybee Hardware 6802 S. E. Milwaukie Avenue ' Bmmont 2-2183 I Marion Boswell BElmont 5-3900 1 11 1- J-Lu.u..m.r- f -1-r-f---- f A - S--0--en'--H' lfe-----f - '-- ' :noi 11' ' 'i ' iY NY- Y .v-- Y. -. , , W , , ..,...,--..,,.,,,,....,.,,,.,.,v ,,,,, ,,i,-,,, ,,,, .,,,,.,....,, , ,, YM, Variety Frozen Foods Radiant TV PRospect 5-5201 Quality Radio and TV Sales if Service Dieringers Center George D. Puga 4424 S. E. Woodstock Blvd 4515 S. E. Woodstock gf e ee A Market Complete With Good Things to Eat Guaranteed Meats Coffee Shop Moreland Theatre Milwaukie and Bybee Independently Owned and Operated BElmont 6-5257 Bischoff Printing Company 1667 S. E. Bybee Blvd. BElmont 2-2515 DiPasquale's Pepper-Mill Restaurant i7 Lounge 6708 S.E. Milwaulcie Ave. BE 5-9365 Next to the lNloreland Theatre East Side Bowl 35th Place and Powell Blvd. The Friendly Place To Go lVhen You Think of Bowling Your Hosts Glen and Fergie mmf . ef LL. ,wc av ae-fwf ,M The Multnomah Fuel Co. 'fb ir1QAQI'frQlrfbi'g'0Ud I ew- 'fri-emffef, -We I. C. Yeomuns A Cleveland Dad Moreland Automatic Ldfilncdry lx Washed - F luff Dried and Folded A? Dry Cleaning - Shirt Service 6517 S. E. Milwaukie BElmont 4-1265 Cosby's Gun Shop Everything for the Shooter 3576 S. E. Division BElmont 6-8614 Western Foundry Company Z "Castings For I nd ustryv Since 1918 P. O. Box 6313 Portland 23, Oregon Staneart. Winona 70, 119, 120, 131 Stanton, John 56, 104 Stark, Tom 56, 108 Steffens, Dannie 80, 106 Steinger, Janet 90, 115 Steinman, Teresa 80 Stenzel, David 90, 118 Stenzel, Dennis 71, 120, 151 Stenzel, Tom 80 Stiulhens, Judy 56, 121, 127, 129 Stfeglhenson, Patricia 71, 97 Stfegbens, Clark 71, 77, 133, stevens, Rod 76, 133, 156 Ronald 80, 114 Greg 80 Stevens, Stewart, Sticka Bobbe S0, 131 Stlvahtis, Deena 90 Stofiel, John 71 Stofiel, Kay 90 Stokes, Judy 90 Stone, Corinne 90 Stone, Rosa Lee 71 Stoner, Linda 90 Storey, Marilyn 80, 115 Stotts, Sandra 90 Strader, Tom 71, 118, 132, 156 Straka, Patty 33, 80 Stromvig, Joel 71 Stroup, Dianne 90 Strouts, Gail 80, 127 Strutton, Betty 56 Strutton, Nancy 90. Stuart, Joan 90, 115 Sting-gt, Leland 56, 106, 121, Stubbs, Carole 71 Stuck, Janyce 80 Sturm, Gary 71 Sturmer, Anne 80, 113 1 Sullivan, Barbara 32., 80, lilo Sumner, Nancy 71, 106 Sumrall, Joan 90, 110 Sunseri, Tom 27, 56, 118, 132 Sutcliffe, Carol 80 Sutter, John 82, 90, 109 Sutter, Judy 11, 82, 90, 147 Sutton. Lois 56 Svoboda, Carol 90 Swaim, Mike 32, 33, 56, 118, 132, 141, 143 Swenson, Craig 80 Swicegood, Marlene S0 Swindell Jerry 80 Szelles, .lerrilyn 80 -,- 1 Tack, Dianne 71 Tallman, Carol 81 , Tallman, Joanne 71, 96, 1233 Tammen, Ron 81 l Tarnorsky, Carol 71 Tate, Jo Ann 90 Tathwell, Eleanor 71 Tatone, Bob 56, 129 Taylor. 147 Taylor, Taylor Taylor: Taylor, 113 Teach, Teach, Brian 81, 128, 1-16, K Karen 71 Kathleen 91 , Peter 90, 107 ' Tom 11, 90, 100, 107,, Elsie 56 Keith 71 1 Terhark, Linda 81 Thawley, Robert 90 Thayer, Mike 81, 98, 109 Thomas, Joanne 56, 112 126 Thompson, Caroline 81 Thompson, Imogene 71 Thompson, Judy 90 Thompson, Loren 56, 112, 121, 135, 140 J Thompson, Nancy 90, 111 Thompson, Ron 56, 129 Thorne, Boyce 81, 113 Thornton, John 71 Thrall, Gary 57, 110 l Thrall, Judy 81,115 Throrkmorton. Alvina 90 Throckmorton, Dorothy 71 W Timm, Steven 81 V Tipton, Susanne 91. 108 Toews, Darrel 91, 107 Tonsing, Joan 57, 114 fl, 121, Torango, Sharon 71, 114 Torchia, Judy 71 I Tramblay, Larry Sl, 99, 118, 129, 148 Trehelhnrn, Richard 91, 9S,, 100, 109 119 Tri, Gerald 33, 71, 114, 132, 1 141, 156 Trout, Bill 57 W Trout, Bob 71, 98, 100, 11-1, 132 Truman, Barbara 81 Tuhlis, Pat 81, 115 'ruckt-1-, 'rom 91, 109 l Turner, Charlotte 91, 100, 107 t Tremain, Elizabeth 71, 111,l Tuttle, Jon 57 Tweedle, John 91, 108 -U- lfngemach, Sylvia 57, 106 Unis, Jean 57, 105, 112, 113, 119, 121, 124, 131 llpham, Gary 57, 118, 121, 128, 132, 1-11 -V- Vail, Sandra 81 Van Camp, Ned 57 Van Winkle, Nancy 91, 98, 100 Vancil, Karen 57, 115 Vandelin, Janet 81 Veron, Dennis 81, 125 Vetsch, John 110 Vetsch, Kathy 57 Viar, Valerie 32, 57, 114, 123, 127, 139 Vincent, Bev 58, 131, 135 Vincent, Jerry 81, 148 Vingelen, John 81, 147 Vining, Pat 79, 141 Vcing, Sharon 71, 111, 119, 'I ..w- Waddle, Roberta 58, 131, 135 VVagner, Kenneth 58, 99 Nvaldron, Jon 91, 107 VVales, Gregory 107 Walker, Gloria 58, 123, 135 Walker, Janet 81 NValker, Norm 11, 32, 146 Walter, Barbara 11, 58, 121, 124 Walker, Verneice 91 VValsh, Ed 71, 128 Walsh, Michelle 91 Wampler, Roger 71, 157 Wampler, Ron 58, 118, 128 VVard, Sharon 71 Ward, Val 58 Xvarneke, Marlene 91 Yvarrit-k, Richard 58, 100 VVarrick, Robert 58, 139 Wasser, Rosalie 81, 97, 123 Wiitgiins, Earl 59, 115, 118, 1Vatkins, Erlene 11, 59, 124 Y Q 1' VVatkins, Teresa 71, 124 Watkins, Virginia 71, 124 Watson, Carol 71 Watson, Glaphre 59, 97 Watson, Jim 81 Watson, Kathleen 91, 106 VVatts, James 91, 108, 146 Watts, Jerry 91 Weaver, Alan 71 VVebster, Connie 59 Webster, Dennis 71 Vveatherly, Daniel 97 Vlfleatherby, Mike 71, 118, 132 Weiner, Al 81 Weinstein, Sherry 59, 113, 134, 135 Weiss, Marshall 81, 133, 146 Welch, Ronald 71, 108 Wells, Janice 91 Werschkul, Doug 81, 96, 116, 132, 156 West, Jill 81, 123 West, Sherrie 32, 71, 97, 127 Westfall, Sue 71 Wheeler, Dennis 8, 81, 109, 128, 147 Whitaker, Judy 71, 123 White. 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