Eielson High School - Raven Yearbook (Eielson AFB, AK)

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Frank Newman Deputy Base Commander Aiii A Aa is I ALASKA ON-BASE ADMINISTRATION Harold Tallakson Curriculum Supervisor Alaska On-Base Schools , , Paul R, Palmer Director Alaska On-Base Schools Allen Guest Supply Officer Alaska On-Base Schools SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIQN Mr. Pape, Superintendent ml 5, A Y 1 .FV W , , Mr. Beling, Principal GUIDANCE f.Q..4Df N Mr. Reishus tunes his radio as Mr. Moore studies a transcript John L. Moore University of Omaha University of Nebraska B.A.-University of Montana M.S.-University of Alaska University of Illinois Sheran L. Benerth Eastern Illinois University B.S, in Education Colorado State College M.A A h 9 - uv" v""" W ,V 'l Ki LIBRARIAN if W' 1. q - 'U 2 15 1 Q ,. a 7 ,N . e 5, 3 4 A J ' 41 ,. ' X 9 . S . A Q ' ' ' 'L' .aw u A ' 2 if 13 345 ' 'fill lffisr, Margaret E. Hilton B.S. in English M.A. Library Science and Education East Tennessee State University SECRETARY Mrs. Janice Sutton Worth's Business College Fayetteville, N.C. - 4, I 'H QM ft f 1 QF , 3,4 , W-'eff William Sherin English I B.S.-Bowling Green State University Owen F. Shields English III Sz IV B.A.-Mt. Angel College, Oregon B.S.-Western Montana College of ED Ted Deleon P.E. B.S.-Southern State College Chadron State College Pat Payne P.E. B.S.-Northern State College Aberdeen, S.D., ,- -asm fb 1, Y . wg, .. .r we Storrnye Loiselle Remedial Reading B.A.-Central Washington State College Barbara Lewis English II, Speech and Debate B,A.-Marylhurst College St. Martins College S--1? Shirley Quinn Spanish, French B.A.-University of Denver Universidad Nacional Autonomade de Mexico Sally Atkinson Vocational Home Economics Boys Cookery and Tailoring B.A.-Central Washington State College Robert Nichols Geometry, Algebra II Advanced Math B.A.-Central Washington State College Joseph A. Renfro Algebra, Chemistry General Math B.S.-Montana State College Western State College Stanford University University of Alaska J ,aw v' 11-+ fx . sag. ,tv-Qf df! N uf! R fm., 2,41 A 1 f sg Richard M. Shultz Wood, Drafting BA., Colorado State Don E. Tiede Typing I, Shorthand Bookkeeping General Business B.S.-Southern State College Springfield, S.D., x Clifford W. Pananen Physics, Earth Science General Science B.S.-Wisconsin State University University of Wisconsin University of Southern California James Nelson Biology, Aerospace Science B.S.-University of Minnesota Bemidji State College Q Q- as-5 , It ' wan , t 1 ,J,.,,' N" eww ,,..,A,1 ' if if S 56,4 we A K iii w.....,i, t Floyd B. Reishus World History Matt Vetter American History, American Government, Sociology 81 Economics, B.A.-St. John's University University of Alabama Kent State University, Kent, University of Alaska B.A.-University of Washington t yy 5 Montana State University University of Alaska r Ohio Dominic W. Valentino Art Supervision Stockton College U.C.L.A. U.C,--Berkeley California State at Long Beach A.A., B.A., M.A. Doug Manning Trebileers Concert Choir Beginning Band Concert Band University of Montana B,M, Ed,, M.A. 5-Q CLASS OF 1967 President Jim Lentine K ' ff , 'V 19 ' ii , A M-, - I 1 . 4 H- Q,fawyesifQwfQ-,,fwf .. W Akk, 5,5 , ,k..:y , ,:-k.-.,. 7 .V , , Secretary-Treasurer Vice-President Linda Meade Jim Holt Not believing the time is so near, Linda Meade and Joan Walker get measured for their caps and gowns. Starting as Freshmen in 1963, The Class of 1967 has grown in size and initiative but never has their spirit been surpassed!! Barry Atwood Charleston, South Carolina Audio-Visual 1 , Basketball 1 ,2, Pep Club 4 Wrestling 1,4, Track 4, Student Council4 Lettermen's Club 2,3, Pres.-4 Malcolm Atwood Charleston, South Carolina Wrestling 1,4, Basketball 2, Lettermen's Club z,3,4 Peggy Sue Brown San Angelo, Texas Student Council President 1, Rep. 2,4, Basketball 1, Drill Tearn 1, Texanns 2, Latin Club 2, FHA-Parl. 3,4, Pep Club 2,3, Vice President 4 Nikki Bolejack Falls City, Nebraska Library Club 1, Girls' Athletic Associa tion 1, Drill Team 3, Annual Staff 4 Kathleen Sue Barnes 'Bremerton, Washington Red Cross 1, Newspaper Staff 1, Latin Club 1,2, Junior Classical League 1,2, Emoclew 2, Annual Staff 3,4, FHA-Pres, 3,4, Student Council 3, Ass't Sec, 4, Pep Club 1,2,3,4 Janet Blaisdell Berkeley, California Pep Club 1,2, National Honor Society 3, 4, International Club 3, Honors 1, Miss Keyheart Sweetheart 3 'MY A W ' ' 1 4,9-wgiir WE , l ,.,t:w .,,Q ,, - f :M f -:ww S .. - " lg, , ff? ,-'g' 1 372' V i by t V JHCR Boswell A t .P Los Angeles, California Z 4 frffrtrngwll ei. ,J - s fu 45:4 : f , 7 itst 1' it Science Club 1 4 Q , 59? 3 . .. . .Hn 9 L 'QT-wwa,fiw A , 'few W 'fist Y K k'k' K LL" in A - .,... V it Richard Brooks 4- 4 f.-. ii ..'--- , -,'- ff MQW, A ' .w . to Abilene, Texas Sf' "L' :G S f , K Band 3 ? if? Virginia Carman Beckley, West Virginia International Club 1,2, Pep Club 1,2,3,4, Varsity Basketball 2, Concert Band 2,3,4, Sec., Annual Staff 2,3,4, FTA 2, Pres., 3, 4, JNHS 2, NHS 3, Pres.-4, S.G. rep. 4, Concert Choir 1,2,3,4,-Pres. , Honor Choir 3. Timothy D. Cavey Hawthorn, California af' C7 Pat Chapman Urbana, Illinois FHA 1,2,4, Drama Club 1-Sec., 3, Pep Club 3,4-Sec., Debate 3, Newspaper 4 Shirley Ann Christie Charleston, South Carolina Drama C lub 3 'E 'Yifg w V .X A. l ,V await- 1i,ifR'2flk'Y - --Vw Tim-A-. ' ,f z35f25:fa2g,1:?'!Hz,-, .V ,jx .- " ' 1, JxIfs?4"j?:g5f,y,,f,f.9 - -,--'ij 'I .. , .: . 7 " , 5"?'wiiSQt1f'f t 4 . '- , t H - . - : T iffin ' 5 ,f i ix' ' : . s g., ,V "-Sf-112 it 4 , fgwpw , f ,Q.g:1,7a ', - 4 9' :':i": ' K ' ' '75 9-uv' wa, , 1:4 , . ltisfiff : ,l Keith Cole V Los Angeles, California, 4 Pep Club Rick Corber Boulder, Colorado J.V. Basketball 1, Photography Club 2, 3, Newspaper 3, Tumbling 3 eil' Lesley Ellis Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Track 1,2,3, Debate Team4 Linda Lorraine Farmer Topeka, Kansas International Club 2,3 . J Dorothy A. David Providence, Rhode Island Senior Class Secretary, Pep Club Treas. 4, NHS 4, FNA 4, Track 3 Vern Eckley Tucson, Arizona Civil Air Patrol 2,3,4, Photography Club 2, Science Club 3, Key Club 4, Debate Team 4 Representing Eielson in the annual Marathon at the U of A, Linda, Jim, Peggy and Danny pose at Mile 16 with 10 to go!! l H Margaret Lynne Griffith fWorthington, Minnesota FHA 4, Office Assistance 1, J.V. Cheer- leader 4 Mary Ann Grove Birch Lake, Alaskaf International Club 1, Pep Club 1, Library Club 2,4, FNA 3,4, NHS 3,4, Chorus 1,2,3,4, Student Council 4 AE Phil Hannam Ottumwa, Iowa Football 1, Boxing 1, Track 1, Audio Visual 3 Steve Harper San Francisco, California Chess Club 1,2, Audio Visual 3,4, Ski Club 3, Wrestling 2,3, Pep Club 1,2, Letterrnan's Club 2 ' R W , VVLV A A AL L, 'T KZ I we N, M Jolm Havard West Pittson, Pennsylvania Chess Club 2, Pep Club 3,4, FNA 4, Intramural Basketball 1,Intramural Foot- ball 1, Intramural Baseball 1 Danny Helmick Burns Flat, Oklahoma Spanish Club 1,2,3, International Club President 4, NHS 3,4, Football 1,2,3, Track 2,3,4, Key Club 4, Letterma.n's Club 3,4, Pep Club 3, Student Council 4 m W ,,,, -f-i ff-17 7' X, J ' , rw , we f' . e ,iff fkfJi,32x S ff? , . I 1 ' .rim - 11513 - -' li ee ' 'si , 'f 1 get ee Wea Cutting up is one of Gail's favorite sub- jects especially in Physics class. n- 1 Ted Henry BreWer,MaiHf-1 Football 1,2,3, Baseball 1,2, Basketball elele 4 . 1 pf hzlkhl 1,2, Tennis 1,2, Tumbling 3 P at ef ' f 3 1 ',,, ,, - S Vida Hoiunrake Honolulu, Hawaii f X FHA 4, Reporter 3, Pep Club 1, Chorus 4, Talent Show 2 fs ,QW ' 'S ,M -, "" L ., ,, Q.f's,, ,M 3 -ff , ' 71 52, 9- 5352 3 . Chris Kelley Hyannis, Massachusetts Pep Club 1,2, Chess Club 1,2,3 Robert Klingaman Honolulu, Hawaii Basketball 1, Wrestling 3 Jim Elvie Holt Downey, California Track 1,2,3,4, Basketball 1,2,3,4, Chorus 1, Wrestling 3,4, Key Club 3-President 4, Letterrnan's Club 1,2,3,4, Audio Visual 1, FTA 3,4 Julian B. Jenkins Jr. Denver, Colorado Football 1,2, Wrestling 3, Intramurals 3, Pep Club 3, Photo Club 3, Track 3, Basketball 4, Letter1nan's Club 4, Base- ball 3,4 Eddie Kopko Pattsville, Pennsylvania Pep Club 1, Drama Club 1, Ski Club 2 Richelle Knudsen Rapid City, South Dakota Chorus 1,2,3,4, German Club 1,2, Theta Rho 1,2,3,4, C,A.P. 1,2, Library Club 4, Science Club 1 Jennie Lamutt Colorado Springs, Colorado International Club 3, Science Club 2, NHS 4, Drama Club 4, Concert Chorus 1,4, Chess Club 1 Gail Lavoie Salem, Massachusetts French Club 1 ,2 ,3 , Pep Club 1 ,2,4, Library Club 4, Chorus 1 Beth McCollester Sacramento, California JHS 3, International Club 2, Pep Club 2, 4, Student Council 2,3-Ass't Sec, 4-Sec., NHS 3, 4-Treas., Jr. Class Sec., Inter- national Club 3-Sec, Dean Alan Mattson Rapid City, South Dakota Football 1, Wrestling 1,2,3,4, Key Club 3,4, Letterman's Club 1,2,3, Treas.-4, Key Club Treas.-4 James Richard Lentine Washington, D.C. Drama Club 1, Pep Club 2,3,4, FTA 2, Letterman's Club 2,3, V.P.-4, Key Club 4, Wrestling 3,4, Audio Visual 3, Inter- national Club 2,4, Senior Class Pres. Football 2, Basketball Mgr. 2,Track Mgr. 3,4 Basketball Intramurals 3 Maureen Ruth Logan Mesa, Arizona FHA 1,3,4, Pep Club 1, Tomahawks 2, Intramurals 2, Annual Staff 3,4, Band 1, Chorus 1,4, Library 2, Office Asst., 4 . X ,pq , i Milton K, Miller Louisville, Kentucky Robyn Markgraf Fairbanks , Alaska Pep Club 1, Drama Club 1,2,lnternational Club 1, F,H.A. 3,4-State Songleader 4, Chorus 1,2,4 Linda Diane Meade Greenville, South Carolina Basketball 1, Cross Country 2, FFA 1 Track 3 Track 2 Robert Ray Miller Louisville, Kentucky SC 1,2, Parl.-4, Pep Club 3,4, Science Club 1, Drama Club 1,3, ClassPres, 1,2, Class Sec. 3, Class Treas. 4, Track 3,4, Annual Staff 3,4, FNA Pres. 4, Art Club 2, International Club 4, Majorette 1,2,3,4, Class Beauty 1,2, Chorus 1,2 f53 ai' 3 53 A Rfggfiii 2' W , ., . 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Steven Kent Miller Clay Center, Kansas Pep Club 1,2, International Club 1,2,3, Letterman's 4, J.V. 1,2, Varsity Student Manager 3 Barbara Pendergrass Alexandra, Louisiana FHA 1,2 ,3 ,4, Library President 4,Chorus 1,2,3,4, Newspaper Staff 1 Chris Edward Putnam Fairbanks, Alaska Chess Club 3, Science Club 2, CAP 2 Sandra Reed Wichita Falls, Texas Pep Club 1,2, Gymnastics Club 1,2, Bas- ketball 2, Glee Club and Concert Chorus 1,2,3,4, Spanish Club 1,2, Junior Class Play, Newspaper Staff 3,4, Library Club 2 William Petrul Tucson, Arizona Basketball 1,2,4, Track 3,4, Pep Club 4, Letterman's Club 4 Gail Pierson San Antonio, Texas Pep Club 2-Treas., 3-V.P,, 4-Pres.,FHA 3,4, Mission Club 1,2, Student Council 4 Ann Stinchcomb Fairfield, California Volleyball 1, G.A,S. 2,3, Southwest Re- gional Vice President 3, Student Council 1,2,3, Pep Club 4 Rick Swartz Columbus , Ohio Science Seminar 2, Annual Editor 4, Newspaper 2,3,4, Pep Club 3,Audio Visual 2,3, Student Council Pres. 4, Drama Club 3, Science Club 1, Key Club 3,4 S Mike Ridenour Tho rnville , Ohio Audio Visual 1,2, Key Club 3,4, Football 1, Basketball 2, Track 3, Student Council Vice President 4 Bob Salerno Odgen, Utah Letterman's Club 1,2,3,4,Basketbal1 Var- sity 3,4, JV 1,2, Pep Club 1,2, Audio Visual Vice President 3, Baseball 1,2,3, A Tumbling 2, Intramurals 2 Tom Teer Denver, Colorado Robert C. Townsend Ft. Walton Beach, Florida "F" ciub, Football 1, Baseball 2, Pep Club 1,2, Audio Visual 1,2 , , -K ,. , .X ' . F A 4 , - - V ,eff H , Q ' 'f ' K' V ff ' 1 V 52 I , W i' -5a'3:f13?2NfG' if 5' :wx ' 'f iggiiezsfxlsftia we .,gg,,- a f2.:3f'i?iTi'3??'v,1 Mi.. f' .J 'f"' Ely", 1,3757 5 ew1f5i:5SftTife'Lfi,l'.fI., -JM' . , V g ,, fix 'f:l:1fP2 ,- flfiibif' . W ..+ f'2f.fv,? ' M1561 ffilffff ,.,,.,- ,,, .. . - A-ici, .. --A assi 9' tiwgsxim 'MEAN 'I Iii'-H, - N an -,iffmfw iff ' : - -' -ff 'H -,,. , ,-' in ei K Stormee Underwood Orlando , Florida Girl's League 2, Student Federation Rep- resentative 2, Spanish Club Secretary 3, Future Nurses 3,4, International Club 3, Sec. 3, Pep Club 3,4, Newspaper 4 Patricia Van Valkenburgh Denver, Colorado Thi-Hi-Y 1, Pals Sorority ir 4 3 t ,g gi L. ., ,, Y il M 141, .- 'V 2, Agni, kg ,,.. , .,i A . fi, I' o " if A T at x L Joan Walker Fayetteville, North Carolina FHA 1,2,4-Reporter 2,4, Student Council Representative 1,2, SC Treasurer 4, An- nual Staff 4, Varsity Cheerleader 2, Pep ,nj Club 3,4, FTA Treasurer 3 Lynda Whltson Tucson, Arizona Drama Club 3, Pep Club 3 Walter Lewis Wright V 3 ff E El Paso, Texas rw ,,,,,, ,,,i, l N 1 , Football 1, Pep Club 1 , g? , 5 Tom Teer readies Ted Henry for the all p important Senior pictures. A i Wi CLASS OF 1968 Iii! Secretary President Treasurer Janet Churchill Pam Barnes Betty Brown Vice President Sgt. at Arms Brad Park Tommy Bear The Junior class set the regular project goals which were the traditions of their class. During the '66-'67 year, the Junior class initiated many fund- raising projects. The first of these projects was the sweatshirt and the windbreakers' sales. The second project was a Junior class play which is hoped to become a class tradition. Towards the end of the year, as a tribute to the Senior class, the prom and the banquet were held. The class rings' orders were taken and arrived at long last. Altogether the year proved quite fruitful for the Class of '68, 'ffv' 'Hhs Roger Allie Charles Anderson Lynx Balch Pam Barnes 'Gif q?'H7v' Betty Ann Brown Tommy Bear Colette Bragg Bonnie Burgess Marie Burmaster Ted Charles y Uw- Jim Chilton Janet Churchill Brad Park Rick Davis Lynn Delaney Judy Elliott Linda Gingrow Dave Hadcock Diane Helmick Pat Houston iNr1'X 'f'-Iii?" ,S 'YP' fi k r X A A ., i MN a t i. .Vi k ' eie Q Eqi Henry Jenkins Bev Hudacek Tim James Mike Jones Theresa Keen Darlene Kramer Iris Kreischer Mike Libby 'lfltukm was A rthur Jones Jim Littman Larry Littman Mary Matthews Doug Mayes George Mayton Dana Menges Dave Miller Rus Miller Dale Munsrer Mike Morrison Charlie Nelson 4r", N... Gary Nelson JoAnn O'Donovan Marie Pandolfo Ann Peterman JOELIUQ Pierson Ov. sa 4s.,,,,M Dennis Price Janet Quarles Kathy Rice Pat Reinier Ed Rogers femur! :lg .M "fi 4 'IKQQM-3. ilk iw M 'A 1- Phil Schneiderhan Rick Simmons Danny States Cub Stewart Sue Teer Janie Thomas Kathy Tripp Linda Walker Jerry Watkins Gene Wegener 'rx mama' R ,M n Mary Wiley Glenda Williams Jim Zimmerman Juniors examine class rings in traditional style. CLASS OF 1969 Treasurer Secretary President Sandy Chilton Tonia Hoyer Amy Line Sandy says, "Come on Beth, get wo rking on your Activity points," With a look of extreme horror Beth replies, "You should ta1k!!" - ' 35-f N, ff 1 R ,E ,TT ,, l M I ,:,, ,, 1 . ,,..g ,K Q-., -il 9 jjlwk Richard Anselment V Z fi n l . fi 4. KQV I Wayne Bartlett Carl Berryhill Theresa Batungbacal Colin Bias 'TX Doyle Bennett Nancy Bolejack -M-M' W K ' .fri fi T' if Linda Bragg Glenn Berg if, , : Fw tif . 1 W' , fan.. 1 "'Zg::"k B f 5 3' A -ds.....,, C hris B rown Pete Brown David Carrico 4 .. ., do V 2 Howard Bullen Sandy Chilton Debby Byers D on Coates N atili e C olantoni Randy Cook P hil Faulkner 'Sf-X We .L S- ,uf-f Debbie Dickerson Gail Fisher Terry Cultice A . 6, D , ,.,L fi W 3 4 ,, , ew- V 1? A 1 ...,. W5 W Q is ii Mike Furrow N Mary Sue Duncan , .Q-my I, I! - inn,i y We V ' , in D 2 dn K X it M 115 iw 453 I ' K J 1 , . , 1 ik i 'W' es? , John Cushman ., e xg, e X i A Carolyn Gant Kathy Egbert I iw.,- 3' IZV, xy y N., 'xv 925352522 511 wx V. . -,,. :,s::1a,,ggv:1, svv,,gsmg qw- K, in ,..+ew,ge-is 'iz' 1557?- 'hype B111y Gmgrow gat 51193, Doug Grant Paulette Grantham Bill Havard Linda Hensley Jan Harper Ray Hollinrake David Holt Tonia Hoyer Vicki Hudacek June Hyldburg Bill Kittle T WYE -7? L : wi .iviwf J-Y. ' 'L yy oy , oy Jan Johnson QV., ..f' Cheryl Jones P aul Jones Bob Lane Terry Lawyer Gma Lentine - fy J Q Q 'fb K 1 it ' 2' ' M i S , i V -5gg55j.z,'1225'giif . gzix' U kg 11,1 " 'F 3. 6 Nga, K ,'.'- 1 X 1 ,. if - ziiw 1 eesr if -.: ' ."'9?f:?,,fUXi'AY ,L gg xx ,,,.s f Q2 ft -We atv Q QQ Amy Line Gary Lovelace Pete McCo11ester Leonard Massimiano James Mltchell Patty McDonald P at Morrison Stu Morse Linda Murrow R 1"-W5 Debra Mutchler 415 Jr' Mike Mutchler Vince Politte A 'S-.. x... K, , Darrell O'Nea1 Bonnie Pugh N37 ,ff Linda Reinier R egina Orr Paul Robinson Nancy Pelkey 15, Q www NO PHOTO AVAILABLE B ecky Rosson Judy Salerno Sue Steene Pat Sewell Becky Stoutamire Sandy Santee Jesse Strandness W Karen Smith 'sr-. Ruth Scruggs Janet Sutton Randy Sm1th mwah W M . 456 ve in J i J, 43 nl, 7 T 1-1' 9' Tim Taylor Keith Wike 4-rw-we 'Nw' Janet Thomas Jeff Valind Pat Williams Sandy Thompson Pat Williams Charlotte Webb Alicia Torres Debrah Woodbey D ebbie W ebb 14N..ud" CLASS 0F 1970 P residen 2 t Vice President Secretar Y Keith Smith Donna Stevens Donna Callahan Treasurer Barbra Christenson 2 Steve Bartlett Debbie Bauer Q , ,ff ' , X L' . I 5,3 ' in X 9 'Z N ancy Bekius Gary Bennett li? E gf: . 1939,- , f t an lx er t 3 S! Steve Bear Mf- Doug Beckett Sam Beckett 1. Q' mgiet? V 1, , ji 'Wx H, i ' ' l t B ill Blohm Julian Brown Dean Bille ig H -v B -4 " " B f-vw is K ML- tx s .. 4. hz' -xr 'f S-..,' -M 1, ,, to V,,, ff we V . 3, ' if? ' In :,-deff, Paula Brown ' ft M1149 BYYSOU P hil Brown I D ebbie Byrd Wllllam Brown ew-sf "F 5, Donna Callahan Bill Carman gi fi Barbara Christenson Ted Christie 2 wr Paul Coben Darrel Crews ,. . N Eg A iq . , Lp 3'-S-U., W ., .w r wwe W -. A inf ' it . 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Q fjfifiififf W ,chi I aw .V X I V N 1 "1 Li 3 p1 -W i . , 5 1 We ,, .' ,Q ', 171552 5 X Z Q i' Connie Wallace Q., Patty Zeechitella Keith Zimmerman 1 ,.. an , 'jx Bob Walters L 7 ,'iiii E i W N, K6-1 , ff i i " I gh, 'V 'uf , W. f ' 43-Q-7, 2 4 4 .bl I . . ,, - g f .Q all A, :ig a , 'M .39 4. , q ,, :iw A ii Q -' ,E 5.5 is S K M553 ev' Y! ' -:s 5, u, JK' Q i A r- Y +2 5 Q m EL 5 W5 2 A S x r 9 f Qi V , Q 2 ? fx., , 4 gg X , H595 3 ' :QS vys E' X gif sw, 'W 1 "Y STUDENT COUNCIL Bottom Row: Kathy Barnes, Linda Meade, Rick Swartz, Mike Ridenour, Joan Walker, B eth McCol1esterg Second Row: Barry Atwood, Mary Ann Grove, Maureen Logan, Jimmy Holt, Terry Lawyer, Peggy Brown, Debby Dickerson. Third Row: Danny Hi1mick,GeneWegener,Gai1Pierson, Donna Stephens, Virginia Carman, Glenn Gerg, Caroline Gant. Fourth Row: Doug Grant, Pat Williams, Vicki Hudecek, Sandy Chilton, Mike Libby, Ed Rogers, Amy Line, Top Row: Jim Lentine, Bev Hudecek, DannyStates,Pam Barnes, Ted Christie, Keith Smith. 3 .1 over by Council members. -ii'-W S'!"ff 'Q-E Our Student Body President gets a work STUDENT COUNCIL OFFICERS 1 k..,,,gn- " eia r 1 srrise n I i, r' i is I I +A- I a S l Q R M ' ' u E I I ' 'QW fa gi e Q e I ' ff' A ' ff L L 1.55 .ga Beth McCo11ester, Secretaryg Rick Swartz, Presidentg Mike Ridenour, Vice Presidentg Joan Walker, Treasurer. QQ 'A in , One of the first fund raising projects was a car wash, held in October. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY XX I I o gp c NA so L HONOR F ront Row: Glenn Berg, Jan Quarles, Beth Moore, advisor.. Back Row: Randy Cook, Dot McCo1lester, MaryAnnGrove,VirginiaCarman, David, Virginia Lamutt, Debby Woodbey, Ruth Presg Danny Helmick, Marie Pandolfo, Mr. Scruggs, Linda Reinier, Janet Sutton, Amy Line. BEHS NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY After holding an induction in November, the N.H.S. Went quickly to Work. One of the first projects was to average grades and to decide honor and merit roll members. Several other projects such as selling booster ribbons and selling tickets at the games. Another induction took place in February along with a Banquet. The N.H.S., based on character, scholarship, leadership and service, really had an outstandingly productive year. ANNUAL STAFF Devoted to depicting life at Ben Eielson High School in a meaningful and interesting way, the 1966-67 Raven Staff has sought to produce a yearbook that is the best. Under the creative guidance of its editor, a book full of changes and imagination has evolved. Like any large production, the compiling of the Raven takes time and ability, but most of all its success depends on the unity and spirit of its staff. It is hoped that by means of this Raven Yearbook, its staff has successfully portrayed to others "The year that was" at Ben Eielson High School. Front Row: Pam Barnes, Rick Swartz, Editor, Kathy Barnes, Mr. Tiede, Advisor. Back Row, Nikkie Bolejackg Maureen Logang Gene Wegenerg Danny Statesg Linda Meade, Joan Walkerg Virginia Carmang Kathy Tripp. f ff if A 6.7 . 4 tiff 52:7 , A W.. QL ra -H s A W ? 5 J , rf Q fp K H wi, ,,,. .,,rh 'f ' I , ,Vqq 1 :.. ,.., 4 of gl ' e ARIW ,, Q 1' ,. ..l A11 together now One, Two, Three . . POW!! After meeting the deadline, the Annual Staff indulges in a midnight snack. BEHS CHOIR Front Row: Vida Hollinrake, Amy Dickerson, Diane Helmick, Jan Harper, Kathy Littlefield, Nancy Bekius, Sandy Thompson, Kathy Tripp. Second Row: Virginia Carman, Ann Peterman, Cheryl Jones, Virginia Reed, Linda Gingrow, Mary Matthews, Maureen Logan, Marie Pandolfo, Judy Elliott, Kathy Rice. Third Row: Debby I , . Dickerson, Connie Wallace, Janet Sutton, Barb Pendergrass, Mary Ann Grove, Richelle Knudson, Marie Burmaster, Sandy Reed, Randy Smith, David DiGiacomo. Top Row: Charlie Nelson, Danny States, PhilSchneiderhan, Glenn Berg, David Carrico, Larry Littman, Bill Carman, Larry Edwards, Cub Stewart. THE CHOIR OF 66-67 During the first month of school the BEHS choir set a goal- to purchase choir robes. One of the many projects to earn money was the printing and selling of season concert tickets. Within four months S600 was earned through long hours of hard work and intense planning. Although the robes were not here for the Fall Concert, they arrived, to the joy of the choir, just in time for Christmas. The concert in Mid-February was deemed a success as was the Spring Concert in April. Between the two latter concerts, the choirs performed in the All-State Music Festival held in Fairbanks. The choirs were pleased with the ratings they received there, and hope to do even better next year. 3 As for the year 66-67, the goals set were accomplished and in the meantime friends were made and the joy of music Choir Officers: Jan Sutton, Treasurer, Virginia Carman, Presidentg Ann Peterman, Secretary. realized. BAND Front Row: Amy Dickerson, John Stamey, John Jenkins, Stan Peters, Nancy James, Virginia Carman, David Landis, Rick Gunderson, Second Row: Sandy Houston, P am Kampfa, Mark Strandness. Mickey White, Cathy Eaton, Bill Carman, Bill Zumwalt, Bruce Higgins, Bobby Christensen, Third Row: Charlie Nelson, Danny States, Julian Brown, John Portman, Charles Tressler, Wanda Linley. Back Row: David Carrico, Bill Brown, Larry Wiggins, Mike Bartlett, Craig Rice. CONCERT BAND Gaining skill as the year passed, the band has proved itself as a valuable asset to BEHS, Performing in the concerts during the past year, the Con cert Band added to the spirit of every occasion whether it was playing the rousing "American Heritage" or the solemn "Chorale: King of Glory." By purchasing letter sweaters, the band not only sounded like a unit, but also looked like a unit. In addition to the Concert Band, selected members were chosen for a Pep Band which performed at allthe home games . Under the direction of Mr. Manning, the band really added "spirit" to the games. l The band has improved immensely under 'the careful direction of Mr. Doug Manning, and as one student was Our director, Mr. Manning, tunes up the heard to say, "We're the greatest!" band before the concert. 67 32:55 PEP Our Enthusiastic Pep Club CLUB 'N -4 OFFICE ASSISTANTS Qkzigfzffi ,. ,rt an-Aman.-9-.ul Front Row: Pattie Vanvalkenburg, Pattie Reed, Kathy Barnes, Ann Peterman, Maureen Chapman, Joan Walker, Beth McCo11ester, Pat Logan, Jennie Lamutt. Houston, Stormee Underwood, Back Row: Sandy Our Office Assistants try Harder! How many words a minute can you type, Beth? 5 LA GRIFFE Front Row: Debbie Dickerson, Janet Sutton, Judy Elliot, Janie T h o m a s, Joann O'Donovan, Cub Stewart, Editorg Jan Johnson, Pat Williams, Sandy Reed, Rick Simmons. Midd1eRow: PatZecchite11a, Linda Reinier, Stormee Underwood, Vicki Hudacek, Sue says, "Let's throw the Duplicator out the Linda Walker, Bonnie Burgess, Marie Pandolfo, Linda Gingrow, Mr. Renfro, Sponsorg Back Row: Arleen Fisher, Pat Chapman, Rick Swartz, Bonnie Pugh, Randy Smith. WiI1dOW!" "HOT OFF THE PRESS!" ' i c y i i? 2 C1 ' V , ,A 3 I ..,, . ' 3 1 .,.. Y YV I , KEY CLUB Front Row: Dave Miller, Secretary: Jim Holt, Watkins, Jeff Valind, Rick Swartz,Vern Eckley, President: Mike Ridenour, Vice President: Dean Danny States, Danny Heimick, Mr. Moore, Col. Mattson, Treasurer Back Row: Col, Adcock, Irwin. Brad Park, Jim Lentine, Gene Wegener, Jerry LETTERMEN Front Row: Coach DeLeon, Jim Lentine, Barry Atwood, Julian Jenkins. Top Row: Jim Holt, Atwood, President: Dean Mattson, Malcom Tommy Bear, Keith Wike, Bill Petrulf LIBRARY CLUB 417 S1 W . N G'- ' - x N .1 lu: -1931-, A '51 ,Q.f,:!lg1- 34: Front Row: Gail Lavoie, Jan Harper, Sandy Knudson, Mary Ann Grove, Larry Littman, Chilton, Bev Hudecek, Janie Thomas, Lynn Barbara Pendergrass-President, Iris Kreisher. DeLaney, Debbie Mutchler. Back Row: Richelle 5-vm 33' .v Front Row: Judy Elliott, Debby Woodbey, Kim Tom Doherty, Rick Swartz, Cub Stewart-Captain Rice, Linda Murrow, Back Row: Steve Bartlett, Rick Simmons, Vern Eckly, Miss Lewis, advisor FUTURE HOMEMAKERS -QQRF. H MAYE W RS Front Row, Miss Atkinson-S pon s o r, Janet Sutton, Ruth Scruggs, Sandy Houston, Sandy Thompson, Donna Lane, JanetThomas, Linda Reinier, Linda Hensley. Second Row: Pam Barnes, Amy Dickerson, Connie Wallace, Paula Hicks, Pat Houston, Linda Walker, Colette Bragg, Debbie Mutchle r, J une Hyldburg, Debbie Dickerson. Third Row: Linda Murrow, Pat Williams, Alice Torres, Barbara Pendergrass, Maureen Logan, Vida Hollenrake, Mary Matthews,Bonnie Burgess, Margaret Griffith, LynnDelaney. Fourth Row: Jan Quarles, Linda Gingrow, Pat Zecchitella, Linda Bragg, Arleen Fisher, Terry Lawyer, Mary Sue Duncan, Natalie Colantoni, Glenda Williams, Carol Gant. Fifth Row: Betty Ann Brown, Joanie Pierson, Pat Chapman, Nancy Bolejack, Kathy Barnes-President, Peggy Brown, Gail Pierson, Joan Walker, Henry Jenkins. OF AMERICA i Offering its services, the FHA girls play hostess at Teas and other special occasions that are sponsored at the school. S ,. . . - ,fi 1 ff -' , ew . -. . . FHA FHA was founded in 1955. It has half amillion members from every state plus Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The FHA has anational program of work that guides activities for local chapters. Our objectives this year are: Citizenship Challenges You and Jobs, Careers and You. FHA is sponsored nationally by the U,S. Office of Education and the American Home Economics Association. FUTURE TEACHERS 4 Advisor, Mr. Nichols, Tonia Hoyer, Sandy McCo11ester, Paula Brown,Sa11yPape,Debby Chilton, Karen Smith, Virginia Carman, Jim Woodbey, Linda Gingrow, Amy Line, Joyce Holt, Marie Pandolfo, Second Row: Pete Malnar, Gary Lovelace. INTERNATIONAL CLUB Front Row: Judy Elliot, Stormee Underwood, DiGiacomo, Gene Wegener, Jim Lentine, Danny Helmick-P resident, Cub Stewart, Miss Linda Meade, Debby Woodbey. Quinn, advisor. Top Row: Kim Rice, David FUTURE NURSES Front Row: Kathy Egbert, Terry Lawyer, John Portman, John Havard, Dottie David, Tonia Hoyer, Linda Meade-President, Marie Mary Ann Grove, April Kreisher, Julie Pandolfo, Linda Gingrow, Mrs. Benerth- Muga. advisor. Second Row: Stormee Underwood, Front Row: Paula Hicks, Sandy Houston, Sandy Thompson, JanJohnson, Vicki Hudecek, Pat Williams, Miss Lewis-advisor, Second Row: Kathy Tripp, Donna Stephens, Kris Dettmer, Amy Dickerson, Arleen Fisher, Gene Wegener, Top Row: Danny States,Diane Helmick, Judy Elliot, Virginia Lamutt, Kathy Rice, Carol Gant, Rick Swartz. CAP CH Front Row: Randy Cook, Mike Furrow, Charlie Nelson, Vern Eckley, Don Coates. Back Row: Paul Coben, Doug Beckett, Mark Kelley, Rich Hargons, Jim Mitchell, Randy Smith. ESS CLUB Front Row: Ray Hollinrake, Mark Kelley, Glenn Berg, Paul Coben Randy Smith, John Portman. Back Row: David DiGiacomo, Charles Nelson, Terry Cultice, David Carrico, Bill Carman, Larry Edwards. pl-iw' I I I 1 1 I I ' I I I I I I 1 I I I I 1 I I I I 4 1 I I I 1 I I' I I I I I an 2Zb3IcnrI'I5U11 COMPUTER DANCE The week of the Computer Dance was greeted with anticipation on behalf of the student body. Students from both Eielson and Monroe came in large numbers and agreed that the dance was a great success, The evening was climaxed by the crowning of the girl and boy with the most matches. The boy crowned, was our own Jim Chilton and the girl, Janet Koudelka was a student from Monroe, "You're only in with IBM". M'-X "----...--if Mc:-NWQS .,,,,.,.-- gklg X, L as b- 'gr-:W X V MOST LIKELY T0 SUCCEED Linda Meade, Jim Lentine A... V, 4' N ,,,.,f1 f3h P. ,, Gail Pierson, Jim Holt SENIOR SUPERLATIVES BEST DRESSED mwmkwgw i V., pw mixway. x X 4 df? 5 .fe ffiliif i , F E 'fd Qs' QM f Gail Lavoie, Eddie Kopko 1. ,.mm,fQf ,ff I in W 1 ii., BEST ALL-AROUND WITTIEST ,,.M..,.N ..,,..,..,- --I -I -..,y...Q4.. .....q..d-4-4. Peggy Brown, Mike Ridenour' Kathy Barnes, Rick Corber ....-1-aurrli ,, W ...,, Mdhwgb ,- Awefyqwwz-Q ..,M,,., HIGHLIGHTS: PWM '66 iw-5' ,pw-. I i 7 x . fy, 1 23 3 X . Kiwi A x -,X i, ,A 4, ' L. , 'YY grew ' Q Q 41 M '45 aw. 9-, ' U E I f E N Aa ,F ,A 3 , L9 1 Vu, VF ,jfs 1 311' xx ,,, sn.. Kyra W, 7 .af M.- ixiw-.S ' Q, -, , , I f.,g54a2 v A 1 .,,Av, fb A . N k 2 iawqgggzssfmv CHRISTMAS DANCE 'H QQ' ,JFK I,- QAMY. DINNER ALASKA WILD GAME DINNER As a new money raising idea, and for the experience , the BEHS Student Council decided in Mid-December to hold a "Wild Game Dinner". The plans .were soon under Way, and by the middle of January, the dinner had reached its peak in the planning stage. Working all day, Whether it be peeling onions, ironing tablecloths, or preparing the meat that was donated by the base-personnel,the SC members had the dinner ready to be served at 4:00. The SC members who attend- ed and worked, thought the Wild Game Dinner was a huge success, and should be tried again in the years to come. Q- f W 1s,.,c,. :Nm E :iz Q' R - f 4 .1 94 'N-1 E Q V' ,ui , I N NN R XX M Q W Candy Jones-Freshman, Bev Hudacek-Junior, Peggy Brown-Senior CQueenJ Sandi Chilton- Sophomore. Our annual Sports Queen Crowning was held on Friday, January 13 during the halftime of the Eielson-Monroe basketball game. Contest- ants for the affair were elected jointly by members of the Letterrnens Club and by the students of Ben Eielson. Joan Walker, last years reigning Queen, crowned the new Queen and Jim Holt, Captain of the basketball team, D presented her with roses. CD-l5UCD'UCD ZITIITIC ZIP COURT Hold it steady and smi1e.' We 0PHOMORE LUMBER "One, two, three, push." "Girls, what are you doing in the boys locker room?" "Does she or doesn't she --- only her hair dresser knows for sure." ff ' N N, I . , , ,, 3 Z ".,,,,,w..fy-vv3W"' wmwwf. '1 K L x 6, s. N ' ,, Q57 ,1 V .. N , J k ,WMS H ff r 4. 'wi f. 1.. ig' ' s f' -1:- A 92 ff. W s X srs ' ss 5 , L'+Q-,,'! M w w- '.k, ' K 'U ' I ,-'xii .- " . " 4--gp. "Is Mr. Pananen really that boring, - . - gl, 5 -W fi f rsuffi f . r:L-,, ., L? "Mouth!" f , V x . ' X 1 NE, Qewd KEYHEART SWEETH EARTS al IW: af if ,.L s dyCh1t ,I.. Q V Betty Ann Brown Beth McCo11est 100 STUDENTS YM? "WI...,,..J Sept. Rick Swartz OF Oct Kathy Barnes Nov. Pam BaI'l'!9S sz-17' iw, Dec. Rick Simmons THE Jw, Mitchell Stewart MONTH Mar-Ch :A V1rginia Carman all-1 if. K ,Jie - f , The selection of band members depends upon ability, experience, and concert instrumen- tation. Selected to represent Eielson this year were David Carrico, Bass, Danny States, Bari-Saxg and Virginia Carman, flute. The honored students who were chosen to participate did an outstanding job of represent- ing Eielson. The Alaska All-State Choir and All-State Band members are chosen each year from hundreds of applicants that apply to represent their respective schools. Students are chosen on the basis of ability and ex- perience. Chosen to attend this year were Soprano, Sandy Reed, and Connie Wallace. i f -eq, 101 102 HONORED STUDENTS Mr. Manning, Virginia Carman. Having a band member selected to attend the Northwest Band Festival was quite an honor, not only for B.E.H.S., but also for the student, Virginia Carman. Applying for the Northwest Band along with high school students from five other states, Virginia was selected on the basis of the audition tape which she made in November. Leaving Eielson on March 27, via air, Virginia and Mr, Manning arrived in Missoula for five hectic days of tryouts, practice, and finally, the Festival Concert. One word said about the trip and the Festival encompassed Virginia's feelings and this was TREEee-mendous. B.E.H.S., was very proud to have Virginia chosen as the first student to ever represent Eielson in Northwest Music Festival. 104 In the northern land of nature'Sepeaoe,, Our own Ben Eielson reigns. l . With victory's sway never fault never cease Recalling our falls and our gains. , ZS' TZ? 9? ' we M if 1.1. , .,A., ,,,,...- ..A.. ww-""' STANDING, left to right: Doug Grant, Keith Smith, Bill Petrul, Jeff Valind, Brad Parks, Tommy Bear, Danny Randolf, Russ Miller, Jim Holt, Julian Jenkins, Bob Solerno. KNEELING: Coach Ted Deleon and Manager Mike Earl. VARSITY TEAM PLAYED EIELSON OPPONENT U. of A. J.V.'s 23 64 Nome 71 37 Nome 64 28 Lathrop 44 63 East Anchorage 49 71 East Anchorage 46 67 Lathrop 54 88 Ft. Greely 86 49 Ft. Greely 71 53 Monroe 62 46 Monroe 46 62 Delta 100 47 Cordova 72 47 Cordova 49 46 Delta 81 51 Ft. Greely 83 51 Ft. Greely 66 54 Homer 52 50 Wasilla 54 49 TOURNAMENT Seward 61 63 Wasilla 52 41 Monroe 65 57 'ra 14 32 STANDING, left to right: Danny Holt, John Jenkins, Ted Christie, Julian Brown, Derrell O'Nea1, Charles Nelson, Bill Brown, Bill Hoyer, Jim Littman, Craig Rice, Mike Furrow, David Holt. KNEELING: Coach Richard Schultz a.nd Manager Steve Chelton. JUNIOR VARSITY TEAM PLAYED EIELSON OPPONENT Lathrop 33 74 Lathrop Freshmen 40 34 Ft. Greely 33 21 Ft. Greely 34 14 Monroe 22 35 Monroe 39 49 Delta 40 43 Delta 48 37 Ft. Greely 46 41 Ft. Greely 50 39 107 108 ' ' -' f-' . ' 5, ,. -JL " 's'f,4, , ::,y"" sw- ' K2 we 5, SEEN. My ,Ag .... Nj x ky sri H 69 . by .-:, 15: waiwa 'L -k fxf1,M,. L . :' I 'E an 5, f " i s X 1 ' i ., P , in l E2 ,Q - f.: " ,jf ...:. -. , V L 14 f fi 5 45 5- ff" M M Z ,Q 'fzgy --,. my ,K f.:.?5Tf- .4 , ff: VVV. k K EFBT1 U .f ' fi 'W7' ,w,,f ' QA- L gW,,gg,- ig - ii . Q A MORE ACTION 110 Jeff's in a little bit of a squeeze wiv? 1, ff' VE? 4 Quiet Coach is thinking 11 112 Tourney Team men Bob Salerno and Jim Holt Don't make so many faces Bob Pull him down Brad 'fvvv 90 Qsgo 'Wd Z Na gf f My 35 S O sg 4. fl 113 114 It's a chamty 11ne shoot but lt counts W I3 Q 453921 '4 5,f,!o 90, In 51 ittsf' 7 U s,00, 1 5, ,1 9454? x-gg ni Z- f x I X w J 1 4 v 9 116 Vicki Hudacek, J oanie Pierson, Bev Hudacek, Sandi Chilton VARSITY Practicing for many hours making up cheers really paid off for our cheerleaders this year. Not only did they sup- port the team whole hearted- ly, but they also captured the hearts of everyone when they were presented the Class "B" "Best Cheerleading Award" Miss P a y n e, cheerleading s p o n s o r , congratulates the girls after they won the "Best Cheerleading" trophy. U55UI'l'lUJ7l'1'll"5UI'l'll'l'1:CC7 117 118 "Hold it boys I gotta think a min" fm Altogether now one, two three ink 'fs W5 '5 Q13 ,CQ 'Nl Karen Smith, cheerleading alternate Hey look, its a bird, its a plane--why its super basket- ball man 119 120 f-W? V--xiii, 9. 'TSN X 'hui K Si ' gyagm - iii 'f5i'3VfQ'3Qi.iis1iis1 1 .15 . , ,,.,.,. A V ,W i7 , K ,,,fg..Qz::5,, 4, 3' i iii 1' 'L ' M s?LSi:R:lf. Mr az.: f -- L- Law-asW,f,.,1-i..,. ' Margaret Griffith Donna Callahan, Margaret Griffith, Candy Jones, Amy Line -ggfwigsfif3-g,fqig',g.1,, wg,4,, 625 7-fwfiiiifw f.gfx1fhT.A'3.f ws , 22 ' ,ga5,ga1g:5'Sg5,f?2Q X 5 ' f Y ,fezwfiagaei :gimf-ilu,S525f-1ffQf:Qfi2qawizq?2zWaayswmayggaag? 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T eam s Played Lathrop Lathrop Lathrop Lathrop RESTLING TEAM Eielson Score Opponent Score 18 28 20 26 26 16 ll 32 455' 1 I' E . .fa 1. M ,,,,, m, uf aa? 1, KY 5 W if ,. b1 Q Q K , . ' i W x, MM 3 vw EEQN Mm 3... vi ! Xi 123 126 I P fV I XQ if 61 qw f fTf,1:'L,l-li? f1fl2,vl'f..i. , :LMI Ywlu '- ffl. ' 35 'J Now Nowl just want you to ruff him up some. 128 CLASS " " CHAMP 1961-1966 if ,fin 5527? gym im Q: fa, ' 4 ia: 5. A is 5 if fe gi ,Q-Y qw tm . , F, V 3 fd .ggi . - -ff 1 fa a f ,n -, :f 1, f Qi . , 35 sf az 4 ,f From left to right: Coach Schwartz, Russ Miller Carl Knight, Don Cameron, Adrian Ferguson, Washington Wadell, John Havard, Bill Cameron, Coach Deleon, Middle Row: Manager, Jim Lintine, Jim Holt, Julian Jenkins, Charlie Knight, Bill Petrul, Jeff Valind, Mark Chaffee, V' ff ,i E i .i , i wr, 1 L g gal, ,eu he i , iehs 3 ,Ex , p "'VhL Lykyg 5 1 , J,,, 03514 i iw JVQJ giyii gf ii: 15 5 Y 4 y. , ff Ed Rogers, Manager, Jim Garrision, Front row: Dave Miller, Mike Ridenour, Derrell O'Nea1, Keith Wike, Tommy Bear, Dave Ferguson, Dusty Newman, Charlie Page, Mike Furrow ,ie 1 .5j11f':yf x . . Wai My Q, A nk w ' V ,,9,.,,V ,Av , 5 .h A ., 1, y..f,N,m3 x . 1 fwfr YU. - - 'M i-.wwf Nw- L 1 ,gf gy... .J ' Mama ww -, in K , ,. , 1 - -M www y' . Q, ,,-f 5 vm- ff 1, .L ,..,,.- , M L S .- ,M ,Q K , e,, wg- ,,k. ,gh 54' Vi 'R mM'1.1L, Vx. . X gi 4 ' 5 Ng L -ff . A , . 5 - ,A C .lv - X JK.. , --N. E xx if een FQR SOMEONE SPECIAL E if S is Q55 S., , one 132 IN MEMORY OF 91 William Sherrod 1949-1966 t-1,t,,,, NORTHERN COMMERCIAL SHOPPING CIRCLE Congratulations to the Ben Eielson High School Class of '67 from the 0FFlCER'S CLUB Eielson A.F.B. 134 N 021 Hem! COMMERQAI. Alaska's Pioneer Merchants Featuring Nationally Advertised Brand Names . . at Nationally Advertised Prices Second and Turner 456-77 ll Gpen Daily 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Friday l2 Noon to 9:00 p.m. Fairbanks Tire Center ix 135 136 AlASKA NATIONAL BANK OF FAIRBANKS "The Friendly Bank" Complete Banking Services Seven Offices to Serve You Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 456-6691 4th 81 Lacey T Usibelli Coal Mine Inc. For Economy 8 Fast Delivery Alaska's Finest For Heating Equipment Furnace Repairing Parts S Service Alaska Railroad Area ALASKA MOTORS ALASKA INSURANCE AGENCY Best Wishes to Graduating Class of 1967 Rambler Sales New 3 Used Cars 1648 Cushman 456-4000 Since 1928 Auto-Fire Casualty-Bonds We are large enough to serve you ., . . small enough to Want to" John and Grace Butrovich Nordale Hotel 456-6671 137 138 AKH3 2 T Qi h - L' ' WHL 72 'T ,. "T -H e FF Io ' " Q" . -. X ' I '- ' .-sg',,' was gil! -win L I "L"--g-'L-Q7 1 I-SZ T' - U ' ' ' " T' 772177 THE CARHNOTON COMPANY FAIRBANKS , ALASKA T115 .1'n0St CABIN INN COmwfw Drive-in Restaurant Truck Line Built Trucks-Service 2 Mile Richardson Highway P3yfS-ACCeS501'1es 452-2266 112 N. Turner 452-2181 CARRT CLOTHING STORE Headquarters for the best in men' s wear Excellent Food and Service makes dining here a pleasure Come on out to CLUB II ll Miles on the Richardson Highway Congratulations 488-6611 to the Seafood-Steaks-Chicken Class of '67 II l C0-OP DRUG Alaska's Largest K Friendliest 535 Second Ave. Our Congratulations to the Graduating Class of l967 "Best Wishes" I--s ESKIMO MUSEUM and GIFT SHOP 6 U2 Mile Richardson Hwy, FAIRBANKS LUMBER SUPPLY Division of Ketchikan Spruce Mills Lumber Paints Building Materials 452-2183 272 Illinois Street Fairbanks, Alaska SHQPPNAQ1- claw-E Fairbanks' Only Complete One Stop Shopping Center Ben Franklin Department National Brand Foods U.S.D.A. Choice Meats On the Premise Bakery Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Lacey 8 Gaffney 452- l 121 139 INDEPENDENT LUMBER, INC. Complete Building Materials Since l906 Tool and Equipment Rental 452-2165 2030 Cushman Best Wishes from I. VIC BROWN 8. SONS Jewelers We have served Alaskans With the finest Since 1916 MEADOWMODR ALASKA DAIRY INC. Carnation Dairy Products The name that stands for quality Fresh Milk-Ice Cream Cottage Cheese Sour Cream Fresh Daily 479-2222 MT. McKINlEY MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK 531 3rd 542 per annum compounded semi-annualy Each depositor insured up to HEl0,000 by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 140 Carefully built furniture priced to suit your purse and planned to please F airbanks Large st Centrally Located NORIHWARD BUILDING APARTMENTS your pride 210 Bedroom Units Traditional-Contemporary Complete Street Floor Provincial Shopping Center 545 3rd Ave, 3rd and Lacey 456-6641 456-4274 PAN AMERICAN WORLD, AIRWAYS Daily Non-Stop Service to Seattle Reservations and Travel lnformation 452-2118 PETROLANE ALASKA GAS SERVICE Serving you with a complete line of Gas Appliances Ranges-Refrigerators Clothes Dryer-Water Heaters 456-4341 2319 Cushman 141 142 EAIRBANKS PLUMBING 8. HEATING SAMSON HARDWARE "Immediate Attention Given to Out-of-Town Crders" We honor ANB Credit Cards Store hours-7 a.m. to 6 p,m. 100 N. Turner More People Drive Chevrolets Than any Other Cars! More Value . . . That's Why TIP TOP CHEVROLET, INC. Your One-Stop Center For new Chevrolets, Used Cars, Parts and Authorized Service 452-3110 1916 Cushman 452-1216 TRAVElER'S INN Alaska' s Finest Motor Hotel 107 Rooms with Bath TV TRYPH'S Harding Lake Hill Mile 46 Fairbanks -Lunch Counter- -Texaco Products- -Propane-Charcoab Dining Room -Groceries- Cocktail Lounge 'Cocktail Lounge' 813 Noble Fairbanks 456-7722 Water Recreation Center YELLOW CAB CO. OF FAIRBANKS INC. Radio Dispatched for Fairbanks' Finest Service 101 Northward Bldg. 452-2121 DAILY NEWS-MINER America's Farthest North Daily Newspaper Member of the Associated Press 456-6661 FD, Box 710 , ll, top o' THE womn ctorumo BIG RAY5 5URPlUS .708 Lacey 507 2nd Avenue Men's Sportswear HEYfs31EEiggkigE,,the 'A Little Off the Street Means A Lot Off the Pricem Mail Drders Filled Fromptly 456-4158 452-3458 NORTHWARD FLOWER SHOP Fresh Roses Carnations National Florist Delivery Wire Northvvard Lobby 456-5522 143 144 COMPLIMENTS OF A. R B. Auto Sales, lnc. 6l8 Airport Way W. P. Fuller Paint Co. l620 Cushman Golden Valley Electric Association 758 Illinois Haps Radiator Service l705 Cushman House of Fabrics 406 Barnette Interior Appliance K Motor Repair 1433 Mary Ann Jack R Jill 527 4th Roy A. A. Larson's 405 Noble Midway Lodge Richardson Highway M. S O. Auto Parts 605 Steese Highway Music Mart 4l3 Noble Sach's l08 Cushman Shoe Mart 537 2nd Yukon Equipment 320 2nd Jean's Fabric Shop l00 Cushman


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