Eisenhower High School - Reveille Yearbook (Yakima, WA)

 - Class of 1960

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I8 f iasscs . . 48 Spfirts . . . 76 U SIilDi6y'iX1CKCDZiE I,ditur Trudy Nelson Associate Editur Jeanette Zimmerman Associate Editor Ed Cole Assistant Editor Nancy Hull Assistant Editor Sandy Rich Assistant Editor Dan Sanford Assistant Editor Pat Stephensun Assistant Edimr Mr. Richard Lord Advisor Eight On Nlighty Eisenhower . . 5 5 3 With the Hiclc of the wrist - A I 'Z 1 another Cadet scores for ,A Eisenhower. 1 if Z 6 ? ? i When the doors of Eisen- l 1 1 s 5 f Z hower First opened in the E y fall of 1957, the present 5 5 pe senior class entered as . ll , . ? ' ,rj sophomores. Because this i class was the first to attend fig Eisenhower for the full 's 1 1 ,124 ' 2 three years of high school and has done much in the :saga ?, 1'-M ,ip way of establishing Ike- high's traditions and .T standards, we respectfully dedicate volume three of if the Reveille to the class of al 1960. QY if Connie Burnside dramatically emphasizes the Eisenhower light- lng spirit. We Will Lead You on to Eame . . Spreading Eisenhowefs fame at the All-State Music Festival were Ianice Anderson, Robin Vllight, lim lXlCAleer, Carol Bar- quistz Not shown: Jim Skordal, Paul Atwood. Mr. Anderson already seems to he A Celebrity. uv. l ND TU i lllr.0vrdw2l5r On To Victory Urge Your Heroes 39' .S "Victory, Victory. thats our ttf' Chant Your Glory I-K-E . . . Our cheerleaders demonetrate one of their unique yell forrnations.. Debbie Lynn Mays, who helped the rally squad Chant out glory, rides LK-E. Cur Cadets We,ll Praise Forever . Our praiseworthv cooks make our Cadets hearty. Striving Never To Retreat . . Moving performances by Susanne Kauzlarich and our band were commended by an overwhelming audience. Varied expressions mark the feelings of the slaves at the ICI. slave auction. Members of the newly-formed Photography Club, Fred Stephens, Dan Sanford, Stan McKenzie, and Ed Cole, took the lion's share of the pictures for the Five-Star journal and the Reveille this year. ,ima an "' 'A 7 Unix, .ha We Are Out To Win For Ike High And We Always Will Defeat. X Mary Westberg, shining in the bright spring N sun, was this year's FFA Sweetheart. A Commun spectacle at Ike High, our impressive Victory Flag symbolizes our numerous triumphs. v---v-...,,,,, a--...., -M 11 1 -Q., 1" ,1 4: .1 1 5 5 . , iw 'P 1 iz' 1 - I 55 1 W K 47 'L EWMQ M60 j7WmmW??5c4wl0ww,f Qniwzfifidffymgmlgfwna Ar-'T' '45 Mr Milton Marun Mr. Rolla Goold Mr. Robert Klavano Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Assistant Superintendent Administration United Students of Eisenhower Eisenhower High School Congratulations to the graduating seniors and good luck to the underclass- men. The class of 1960 has played an important role in developing many impor- tant school traditions at Eisenhower. In three short years you have made your school the Hschool to beat." You are known for your spirit. The athletes and scholars, dramatists and musicians, faculty and students have all added their bit to build this spirit of "do or diei'-to be the best-to excel. These are good traits to acquire and to continue throughout life. Your teachers have helped you to develop a sense of responsibility for good scholarship and good behavior. You have learned your lessons well. May each of you meet lifels challenges with the same success that has followed you through your years in school. M. L. lXlART1N SilperiiztciwlezztofScl100ls Mr. Arthur E. Church Mr. C. W. Hatfield Dr. Rex McClure Secretary . -0-Q The school spirit which is evidenced in this school plays a tremendous role in building the dynamic personality of Ike High. You have made it so hy your active interest and participaf tion. The respect for scholarship which exists here, the interest in wholesome activities and the loyalty to our total school pro- gram have contributed toward building and maintaining the good reputation and friendly atmosphere in this school. As some of the new ness and its attendant glamour disappears and as our enrollment increases, a new challenge will he pre' sented to each of us. Wie must maintain the unity, spirit and friendliness which vve have enjoyed in our lirst years. XVc must recognize and resolve the prohlems of growth and not let them destroy that which we have achieved in these past three years. All of us deeply appreciate the vvorla of the Relieille Staff and their adviser in recording for our enjoyment another year of the history of llte High. TED TXTURPHY Principal Mrs. Nellie Ethridge Q W , Girls' Counselor Girls' League Future Teachers of America Mr. Bob Rogers Boys' Counselor Boys' Federation Athletic Booster Club Senior Class Adviser IT' . M ' - Mr. Ted Murphy, High School Principal 1 Mr. john Anderson, Assistant Principal E ,-1-E'-' ,a - .Ai Mrs. Virginia Shuford, Attendance Secretary 1 as +- ,. Noam ..,g, an in I , J I yi, alll il Ili .-up 1 I 2 N s ,-P y 1,-1 11? 1"xb,,...-e - -I -" , Mrs. Corrinne Markham, Principal's Secretary f-4 -M -' -' '-" Girls' League F2lC11ll'y English Department Miss RUTH WILKINS, 1 English Department Chair' 'rv 1 man-Classes: Sophomore and Senior English: Activities: National Honor Society I , I fl K X f L.-. MRS. EDNA BAILEY- 1 X 1 p Classes: Phsychology, Sopho- 'f " ' SN..--f more English, Iournalismg Ac- tivities: Five-Star Journal, Quill and Scroll MISS EVA BUCKNAM-Classes: Junior English: Activities: Ticket Sales for Non-Athletic Events MRS FLORENCE LIPPERT Classes: Sophomore and Iunior English: Activities: Red Cross, 'A ,I Agua MR. KEITH WRIGHT-classes: sophomore, 1- ,Q ' " V Iunior and Senior Englishg Activities: Football .. 1,1-13, ' q f ' ., Statistician, Sabres, Head Tennis Coach, Ath- " MISS EVELYN LOVE- Classes: Sophomore Honors and junior English: Activities: Junior Class Adviser fix V , :m,...,,n . . f 42, . , it ff 1 T K ' :tr "f-1 :?:' 1z.r . iii" " 1 , ,N H.. , ,' ' ..g.1 '- Y . ,,.,1, . ,arf 5 4 W Y N if ' MR. IAYWILSON-Class : ra' XLTTX Vocabulary and Speech liri- , 3 provement, Senior English: lp lr! gctivities: Faculty Social :t A ommittee MRS. HAZEL COOKE-Classes: Sophomore English: Activities: Ticket Sales for USE- Sponsored Events I4 letic Publicity Director, Sophomore Basketball I ?l V 7 A , Q :raft--, :.,f-in .3,.q5 ,A ,I R K sb 'se f' ' fcilffx :Q-it h 2 " " Til V . QQ .xr I f I 'vigil' , - '.1 1 . , ?"5':-:St I -1 i as sax, ya, it-,,,, , 5 1 N I Intl, uiuili i 1 r A JJ .. .1 ,Ar Q I Bs MR. HAROLD THOMAS-Classes: Band: Activities: Tri-M, Pep Band, Dance Band, Ensembles Music Department f . l l - . I 7 . I 'N m F I ' i Ill '--I ' I MR. ALLEN BOYER- T-' - 1 Classes: Choir: Activities: 5 "ni" " ' Tri-M, Madrigal, Quartet me " . D V ,,,Liw.1'-' Z' XX Trio .-1 V ls , Q J K, MISS EVELYN HERMANN-Classes: Orchestra, Activities: Instrumental Ensembles, Tri-M Homemaking Department MISS ELMA SENN, Home Eco- nomics Department Chairman- Classes: First, Second, Third Year 1 llome Economicsg Activities: Cap and Gown Committee, Faculty So- cial Committee 'i 5 Physical Education Department MR. KEITH FARNAM-Classes: Physical Education, Everyday Math, Driver Educa- tion: Activities: Grounds, Assistant Basketball Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach, Intramurals n v m I ,Q 12 I I MR. ARTHUR HUTTON, Athletic and Physical Education Department Chairman-Classes: Physical Educationg Activities: Head Football Coach, Assist- ant Track Coach, Lettermen's Club MISS BEVERLY IVICLAURIN-Classes: Physical Education, Drill Teamg Activities: CALES, Arnica- dettes, Intramurals, Cheer Leaders, Rally Squad , 7 - 1 1 , . ,. ff-Mir: , f f---'fa ' l 8 1-'WW' , I -'efffi ,. ',- . - .if ,QM May.-'gl Y' ' H ,- 3 ' 1. .ip ' 1 . l'.w"i".".Q ' ' f " I X 1, NW, "-4' .NW-'A -N ' Q1 . , i'7Q'+r-fi? J U t' A 1' 'Ma 44 , -its in-ur' Mathematics Department - " gm mam: un. -V ....,-m,-1-7, SEEWEIEW was mf swf 1-I-fwavfggg, pagguulgllm mga am in alfa 'mu I manning: :man mam nm ,sv lla-182949 'f menu num. wan um ss'1l!I4'W?'W5"9"w4 mananalfa un, nav sum wslqvfgmesreya-mug Mnulnv - em I1 a an Q um-wznlwqtamm zmanuuvfzan su vm me mm :fammmazm nywnur 'mm 'un vm wi wr ry if5MiiKf:i'!'EU 52263: +3233 531 :H zzzmm .zgxmwwwm 'Q 4 " :A '41 lfpiw tiwiudll alll! 'E 52 JE2g?A6fiie4igi" rzaaanmnmmma if f .wamwwp 11, , , Alumina rlufxzvxr 7 if f,ua,g,,,' xlf,,' , ,' ulwzmwmsfcm, I f, .m.,,j' . DHHUBUV ,-Evra? , ' " ' ' ' :amass -we A, , , 13 'll SSI N YS! .. fs! :Nr I fa at 5 ...-U., R? . ,,,, ,r S., , V,xf. 'ifigwi .519 4'-'graft up sz ,V x J' ' Simms Ki f aQa'.,m'.V9?1Q5f2,:, gf ' mwww' ' mm :mf LJ B lllllig, 'fl ' I , i ., F MR. ROBERT WILLSON, Mathematics Department Head-Classes: Intermediate Algebra, Math Analysis, Trigonometry, Activities: Senior Class Adviser ...,. C, ,f?j?mgrmwW- aaat ak- F J? :I I K j A Q it f, , i,,a 1 , 4' zffm' - ........a441' ' ,. i MR. IACK IENNINCS-Classes: Geometry, Algebra, Activities: Sopho- more Class Adviser MR. RICHARD LORD-Classes: ,ny ,J ff' Geometry, Intermediate Algebra, Trig- onometry: Activities: Reveille ,S MR. ORVILLE RENSLO-Classes: x X pr- - Life Arithmetic, Algebra, Everyday Math, Activities: Sophomore Class Ad- f' , X 1 viser Commercial Department x 'TEQ' ef- ffl F0922 MISS I-IAZEL NELSON, Commercial De- partment Chairman-Classes: Shorthand, Cler- ical Procedures, Typing and Business Practice: Activities: School and Community Clerical As- r signments ff' ' -V:-T' 'Y W- 1-- ,, ,t 4 J, ,1 , M. MISS CRACE HUNTON-Classes: Typing, Business I ' " 'I Practice, Bookkeeping: Activities: Sophomore Class Ad- ff l 1 12 viser, Bookstore MRS. ADELINE ENGEN-Classes: Typ- ing: Activities: USE Bookkeeping and Fi- nances T ff li sn. 'Tu si X Q3 ,Q LA - Val' . 1"- -' Tx! -.lt 'we-2-"H . gi- J' I 4' AIRS. THEO INIAYS-Classes: Latin, French: Activi- ties: Junior Class Adviser. junior Classical League, Thespians, Plays, Assemblies if J., I . , Foreign Language Department ' xx X MR. BEN VAN EATON -Classes: Spanish, Ger- man: Activities: National Honor Society, Modern Language Club-German Section ia a v I , E- 5' ' .I 1 Q rv, Industrial Arts Department MRS. AUDREY VAN EATON - Classes: Span- ish, French: Activities: Ushers, Modern Language Club-Spanish and French Sections AV AWW S251 M N XS rx 1 I J .:. .-Y:-f .- Z' -t,-urfz. ' .f. , i' :inf u'? f ..... ' X H. J ,42ffji7Jt MR. GEORGE KRIEGER- Classes: Woodworking Shop: Activities: Photography MR. WILBUR MACNESS-Classes: Gen- eral Sho Service Sho - Activities: Senior MR. GLENN EDMISON-Classes: Mech- pr P, N Class Adviger anical Drawing: Activities: Traffic Control -ou 'f-I 'rt' ' - 4, .. fff2'7'fZf""" ' ,, V1 L Lv, " 5452- .,- , 4, , I . " 7" 'Q y M? f J - .2M'll.f?i- I 52 4, 7 h3,,0,,,,V .7 f , ,lm fwW"' ,, ,. ' f' all H ' ..nfW" Library MISS KATHARINE KLISE-Classes: Biology, Chemi stry: Activities: Math-Science Club, Senior Class Adviser R. , i ,T Q A 6 -Q V --ffuif' 'Q ., 1- 'Y -, 'gnu' ' . J' A i If -1 A ' T 4151 55, f ff - .1 E ,I 4? 1 , fi 512. f 'F' 4,1 AN iff J Ti ' gl X, 2 14 U If N MR. RUSSELL SUS-Librarian: Activities: Library Assistants, Textbook Room MR. LEONARD PAINE-Classes: Physics 7 Visual Aids: Activities: Junior Class Adviser, Chess Club MR. CLAYTON FRAZIER -Classes: Biology: Activities: Chair Crew, Lunchroom, As- sistant Football Coach, Wres- tling Coach MR. JAY HELM-Classes. Behind-the-Whe Training: Activities: Supervis ion of Cates at all School- W! IHC -ff 2 ,ff V , - In 1' 5:5 J -rf" 3 .. "" Science Department ' 11, J it A, wi' 5, 1 5 '-Q, , r , ' ' . ..- l 3.1 r- 'va 51' . fi L, H f 'f .ja - vvw, .... Y--" , V, A, ff-gm A 5-, f,:Vx.lA W - W ' 'I '- f',,.f, ..-f U I H U 717 M MR. JACK NICHOLAS-Classes: Biology, Biological Scienceg Activities: Junior Class Adviser Driver Education ' J--Q Q: . ' - , el Driver .K xgvgsip is - 1 . lb 1 - ve" ' Q.-wx.. b L-- hk gi at Sponsored Events NX . ' W , l 4' Q 'Af J.,-+"""' i X ff f if' ' J 1 -E.: I -:mil ...f 'W . , --- N J l 5-ia-..'E . 95-'7-'XC' A 'Q ,,., ' - 'F' 'Tn if ff' Agriculture Department eeee ip Q J N 'e A .67 MR. RICHARD PASSAGE-Classes: Agricultureg Ac- tivities: FFA Acliiser MR. WILLIAM BAYERD - Class- iz First, Sgcond, Third Year Arty ct'v't'es: t g ft, S ' Art, .f Puliliislihddrei giigw, Arineiieild Social Studies Department MR. LEROY SEBASTIAN, Social Studies Department Chaimiari-Classes: U. S. His- tory, VVorld Problerrisg Activi- ties: Junior Class Adviser, INR 1... 'SX ' MR. VVILLIAM LEE-Classes: U. S. His- tory, Vlbrld Historyg Activities: Heutl llas- ketball Coach, Assistant Football Couch X fi f1L"2 I HV. s 45 Sophomore Class Adviser MR. CECIL ZYLSTRA-Classes Speech and Debate, U. S. History Debate MR. DERRALD LIVINGSTON-Classes: U. S. History, World Historyg Activities: Art Department MR. VVALTER LINDQUIST-Classes: Economics, Global Geography, U. S. Historyg Activities: B Squad Football Coach, Head Baseball Coach fbi "' f - I ii ',1, 'iq ff A i .'Q"':5 "-' , , , 4 , A V , , . -.. 1. '35 I , ,. -1 sw V 4' My M. il , W , ,Q , 1 ly 1-V I , V. may , W, '. ".f. ' Ji v,V' wk I I ,4 ZW X- ,-I V- . 1 I' it I 3,1 '1 yr Wig l 43 Q, I f - I ,gg 1 I W 1 i " ..:,. ftE " if A .1 i . ' ' , ' ' 41 1- 1 4, X E - :"' ' -Lx ., lu u M?" t ' . 4. hi IJQQ i z - . , . 1 LL? 'v3qQH.." . Fa' fue... ' 1 S -mm: Q , .Nl -,-. , - ,, : Sociology, fe gg- -Q' sACfiVifieS1 ,f lg 742 A 1 3, 1 it if .Q f if j "i'1".P1Vl' - ,r 1 erase- I -S 5 it - - x N .. , . ll- - , , , . w 'KP . r . ,Qi ra- -, -'-, - ff. " f f ' Q- .3 f-.L.,, I in - . 7 1 , - W 545 'ln l . , N. M - H. ' ' ' 5. ,f . Z rw Faculty Exhibits Rare Talents I Q. 3 xi, , M. ln f A Fw 1 pq - wa, ir.3-X ,fir ,, A, s,5'72'V-5? ' . if I' - ' v ,Y. I' X 'V -J if v ef -. ,i Mr. Anderson: "What, me worry?" Mr. and Mrs. Van if but Nl I . Eatong nothing like a full moon at night Farnarn and Mr. Lee are not only coaches players, too. Mr. jay Wilson. the teacher with a green thumb. f ' 'Jhsl ', V 4-4 'L ' . Aj I i X .1 w 5 J V W! Nyrw f f, i -QU , V, g, , Q 4 f'g22'4ZZ' 5"fl f ' ' Aid. ' Miss VVi1kins has added choir to her busy schedule. Don't burn the midnight oil, Miss Love ft 3 , , .4 .E H , I 'fig fl I If if ?fs1Uff' 5 J -2' -P ff '1 f f 5. n... ..E vi. L is W? Wgwgifs is-9 fn S A , gg if Ji. 4' 1 3 W1 "9- J' 9 4 i: ,g r .2 v . 4 ', . ' .wi J tx mul, xx AfQZuzZ4Z4,,f ,ll 1 1 O' gyvwlfwfffdfl nxffmifyawz yfwyjffn-X "Jim Cole, USE President . . . jim Cole, USE President Y Bob Rynd, USE Vice-President, acquired his tan Ha- waiian style. Evelyn Cartony, USE Secretary, faces a secretary's night- mare-an executive's desk. Cabinet, Senate In the cabinet is vested the executive power of the student government. Made up of the four elected oflicers and the six appointed oilicers, the cabinet assists the USE president in making the day-to-day decisions which aPfect so greatly the operation of any school. In the senate is vested the legislative power of the student government. Representative in nature, this group develops the long-range program of student participation in govern- ment including by-laws, etc. In this group rests the oppor- tunity for students to see and participate directly in truly representative type government. USE Treasurer lohn Nelsons favorite pastime is work- ing with figures. Senate: From 1 xx krrx I 1rx I1 I-1111 L 1pdl Suu C 1111111111 Um, I 1rr1sI1 Llrrx Frmk Scc31111dr0u VlCk1Sh8PlIO Lynn HIVCV Klollv Barren, 11111 XX Jgm Xl um I If 11 hm lxxtlu 811111 Hurd rms Lmrm Stllljll N mu C uk V1Ck1RjDd Maw E10 er Dianha Spcruuqr C hwx 111111111 g In uk nm 'IIN IIITXINHII Nl1Iu, Il1XI1lL1' C wrge Olxen M1116 R160 Daxe Brmguclxl PatMor1artv, Sanding: Secrpmrx K n Il lr 1 U11 M11 R nd N I slwxxn Nldxm 131-11111 Duug C Jlllx Dmah Hawlx1r1s, Bob W lte C0m1111:s1f-nur 1 Ll 1 has the right Appr' fh X IC TU X ly Nelson, commissioner 115, makes connections. Reveille Staff ' fi. f 4 J l 1 A , ,sg Q N Stanley McKenzie, Editor-in-Chief -1? Ieanette Zimmerman, Associate Editor l Ed Cole and Dan Sanford share their ideas for football layouts. 3- l 0 ' 'AA t- K ,fff ' tg A C . IJ 1 . Trudy Nelson, Associate Editor Nancy Hull, Pat Stephenson and Sandy Rich think original ideas by looking through last year's annual. if V cv L, A P UP farx I NA 3 C ' f' on . fv fgf: r K iz' . Q 1 ",, . , nf"-.-T" " 5 1 , ni l -V .J .h I Eljx' . N' f - ' .1 H 4 ' n- if I t1i The third cditi-in iff the Hureillu tells the story uf ginothur year at 'Xlighty Eisenhtmterf Wie have Centered the bunk around the seniwr tldss. the hrat tltxss tw attend Eisenlwwcr 1 for three yedrb. U ith the use nl tartoons, and suhtle humur we have strived to treate ti hfwlx that in the future will he the source uf many pleasant memwriw. I5 K 'O Jeanette and Trudy dwn't let mzymzc :Vee their mixer dewgm. MX Obviously there was no monkey buslness 1n this year's annual staff. L Z ,J i ,,f.uv,,- ,ui- Elsie Anderson, Editor-in-chief IN STWEIT PUIKATMS I XR! M, yl ' 1 'XX "rx 3 XS jim Cole, Associate Editor Mary Lyn Vogt, Managing Editor l 'f A r , Q, x 'fab ff ,Y 24 " C Aj, y A I S Five - Star Iournal Reporting news of school life to the students is the primary purpose of the Five-Star journal. It is also designed to give those students interested in journalism active practice in the publication of a small paper. Students learn the steps involved from gathering facts and writing the story until their work appears in a final five-column, four-page tab loid. The paper is an instrument of public relationsg it unites the students and the faculty. It is a reflec- tion of current ideas, interests and activities of Eisenhower High School students. An additional service to the school and the com- munity is performed by one member of the staffg this year Kathy Sharpe has reported for the "High Timen page in the local newspaper. is I .. ' -. N af - I Circulation hlanager Betty XVatkins is getting ready to peddle her wares to all USE ticket holders. ' lxathv Sharpe, feature editor and school reporter, takes ti look at her weekly column. iz lxf' Y. X ...KX 1 . E : 'S .,., , "- Sw X iilpilsigm Roger Reich, spurrs layout. T vi, - V .+ 3-' r V5 A . L-,llt-If. ls h.lI'tl JK Wurl-Q un hig HCXI f . - -l-r ' c ..h5yNxn 3 hilt ci' l, lg n ,t 5, in ' p ,Pu 1 4, 5 '-if 2, I ,,,. A-, .,. A Y' XX UF E if md ll Photographer Fred Stephens seems to be looking hir something. VVonder if he ever found it? lilliuient Iypists Hex' Xwlkeiis rincl Peggy IJL-lnifiiv limit up just lung enough hir the pliwtwigrnplicr tu simp .1 picture. Ckipy readers 'lean Smiley and Jackie Seyiiifiur Lhuclx hir inismlxcs in the latest issue ul the lim' Shar juurmzl. 'lhe stuff c.m't leave sown enough after meeting a tight rlcudline. E , 2 National Honor Society Senior Members The purpose of the NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY is to give recognition to our students who have achieved high aca- demic records while still taking an active part in school activities. Admittance to the Honor Society is based on the four cardinal principles of Scholarship, Leadership, Service and Character. This year the Honor Society had a candy sale, sponsored a dance, put on two assemblies, initiated a tutoring service and had a spring banquet. Membership to the National Honor Society is recognized as being one of the highest honors that the school can bestow upon a student. Sharon Bonneville Pat Borton Grant Capell Elsie Anderson Tom Capell 1 Paul Atwood Evelyn Cartony l .J Diana Clem lim Cole Lynn Cramer Leonard Deaton Dorothy Evans Laurel Evans Ginny Fuwjcr Laffy Frank Roberta Gilbert Twila Gregory Mdfibefh GWB' Noreen llallcy Nancy Hardman Barbara Hatfield Susanne Kauzlarich 3' Michal Koehler Sharfin Leinhach Sharon Lellnss George Martin Marsha Mays Stanley McKenzie lfihri Nela-in Trudy Nelsun Alayne Pettyjohn Bev Roe Richard Sebastian Kdrgn Sghdlqr Mary Lyn Vngt Dick Young Jeanette Zimmerman -1-1? 27 2 Ioan Hatch hliriam Rosenkranz Gretchen Ulrich 1 ,ill Under the watchful eyes of Mr. Van Eaton and Miss Wilkins, the Honor Society oflicers make final preparations for the Honor So- ciety tapping assembly. Shown are Mr. Van Eaton, advisor, Mari- beth Grey, treasurer, Stanley Mc- Kenzie, president, Nancy Hard- man, vice-president, Marsha Mays, secretary, and Miss VVil- kins, aclvisor. iam unior Members Nancy Hull Wendy Rutter Susan Sear lxlllff' Xvcstlwrg Lynne K Ian in .g Carol XXvlCClxlIN, Michal Koehler. Yaledictf irian Upper Ten Per Cent Nancy Hardman Nlichal Koehler Stan Klclienzie john Nelson Dorothy Evans Grant Capell Richard Sebaztian Jeanette Zimmerman james Cole .. .. Larry Pranl-L .. Mariheth Grey Trudy Nelson Sharon Bonneville Noreen Halley Blary Lyn Vogt .. Marsha Mays Ginny Fowler. . Barbara Hatfield .. Paul Atwood .. Sharon LeRoss . Tom Capell Sharon Leinhach . Dick Young Leonard Deaton ,,,,, 4. -1. 4. 3. 2 J. 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 1 ,. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 OOO 001, 006, 9613 920 5985 880 862 B40 840 840 5515 B00 5-500 fff 769 T20 71-1 703 .692 680 3. .666 .654 .653 Stanley McKenzie, Valedictnrian Nancy Hardman, Valedictorian john Nelson, Salu tatorian nur- '- A Eze gi. . r. . I, 'M77 ' 4. GQ? 3.92 Aff, . Jw 132, Dan Sanford Jackie Seymour Kathy Sharpe uill and Scroll The purpose of QUILL and SCROLL, international organization for high school journalists, is to advance the standards of journalism, instill in students the ideal of scholarship, inculcate a higher code -.., Elsie Anderson Ed Cole Iirn Cole Stan McKenzie Trudy Nelson of ethics. jg Selective and Ioan Smiley Fred Stephens Mary Lyn vogt Betty Watkins Jeanette is based upon superior work in soine Z'mmef"u'n form of journalistic endeavor, according to .standards prescribed by international headquarters. lnitiation is held once a year. Thespians The National Thespian Society, established for the ad- an educational honorary and service organization of stu- vancement of dramatic arts in the secondary schools, is dents who have participated in school plays. Robert Baxter Lynda Bissell Evelyn Cartony Karl Christianson Judy Clark Priscilla Colvin Kitty Craft Kathy Donahey Don Emerick Ginny Fowler Laddie Garbutt Maribeth Grey Sandra Hill Nick Hughes Nancy Hull Nancy Jones hlargaret Lyon Kerry blagness Lynne Marvin lllarsha lX'Iays Pat lyloriarty Linda lklussetter john Nelson Mike Nixon Bob Rynd Fred Stephens Pat Stephenson Martin Thompson Marta Varco Kenneth VValker Dave Young Dick Young as 1-v I- 41 3 '3 . 9 is Y ,I N17 4 'ar . .1 W E? ii i. 'fi A5 X l ' i Qi. Ianice Anderson Paul Atwood C arfil Barqutst Klayree Beckett Shirley Boettcher D. Anna Breadner Ginny Cloud Toni Dallas Ron Dillon Ginny Fowler Hugh berth ludi Gould Klaribeth Grey Noreen Halley Nancy Hardman Judi Harrington Mark Hartness Nancy Hobson Nick Hughes Helen Humes Larl Jennings Frankie Johnson S. Kauzlarich Gratia Kent Iim Kerns Bill King Dorothy Krieger Jerry Kuehn Janice NlacD-inald Run Kladdcn Nlarslm Mays Bob Mci-Xleer Jim lXlcAlccr Lynell Mcfay Mickey McVey Maureen Meilleur Tri-M A national honorary for music students, Tri-M selects its members on a merit basis, ability and scholarship in both music and academic sub- jcctsg cooperation with teachers and fellow students, service to school, church, community. Maurice Meilleur Karen Morrow Carol Pedersen The 0ffiCCrS Of THAI IIUS ywf lim sctmfcr l'ern Schut Vicki Shapiro were Lane Zachary, sergeant-av . arms Vvillamac Renfmw Ueds, Drxralenc Yarger Lane Zachary I. Zimmennan urer, Nick Hughes, president, Paul Peloquin Iudi Pettipohn Alayne Pettyjohn Loren Pitchfu Kathy Sharpe Susanne Smith Chad Stoddard Mary XVestbe Toni Dallas, secretary, and Dick Y o u n g, vice - president. Miss Hermann was sponsor of the organization and Mr. Thomas and Mr. Boyer were co-sponsors. rd Carol Rapp NVillamae Renfrow rg Rubin VVi2ht Margaret VVilson Front row: Paul Atwood, Neva Hardman, Jim Schafer, Mickey McVey, Maurice Meilleur, Richard Low, Frankie Johnson, Second row: Noreen Halley, Dolores Campbell, Viola Cregory, Charlene Druse, Ken Kocher, Marilyn Davis, Emma Lou Hooper, Marilyn Brown, Chuck Schafer, Gaylord Enbom, Kenneth Beauchene, Third row: Earl Saar, Dianna Davidson, Joy Dutcher, Bob Lockhart, Barbara Folger, Lornna Clark, Betty Kessinger, Cheryle Bogart, Carol Cooper, Ron Dillon, Jim Skordal, Melvin Brook, Jerry Kuehn: Back row: Dick Young, Jacqueline Collison, Verlie Wadekamper, Judith Spencer, jim Dunning, Daryl Duncan, .lim Freitag, Rick Reeves, IoAnn Fielding, Chad Stoddard, Don Eaton, Ron Rhodes, Vance Steiner. Musical rganizations The Eisenhower High School Band began marching activities early this year, their first appearance being at the YYapato Harvest Festival. During the regular marching season the band performed at halftime for seven football games, played two concerts at the Central VVashington Fair, made a trip to the Sunnyside football game and led the annual Veterans Day parade. A highlight of the season was the trip to Pullman for the VV.S.U. Band Day where our band received a standing ovation from the packed stadium. The concert band gave its annual Wiriter Concert on january 28, a combined concert with YVilson, and a Spring Concert on March 24, participated in our annual City Music Festival in April and performed at the Central XVashington Music Concert in February. In the spring our "Bough ol' tough ol' Marching Band" marched for the XVenatchee Apple Blossom Festival and our own hlemorial Day Parade. School functions at which the band performed were all pep assemblies and rallies and the city wide gyinoraina. Non-sponsored school activities included a skating party, a toboggan party, a swim- Members of the Band Council were: Mr. Thomas, Director, A N w ming party and the annual band banquet. Paul Peloquin, Manager, Nancy Hardman, Librarian, Willamae Benfrow, Secretary, Stan McKenzie, Historian, Melvin Brook, Senator, Dorothy Krieger, Social Secretary, Bill Kinnear, Drum Major, Jim Skordal, Vice President, Hugh Certh, Student Conf ductor, Paul Atwood, President. Solosists who performed for the Solo and Ensemble Contest in Ellcushurg were: Hugh Certh, -lim Kerns, Gary VVirt, lXlaui'ice Meilleur, Dick Young, lim Skordal, Neva Hardman, Paul Atwood, Marion Ames, Ron hladden, Nancy Hardman, Ron Dillon, Chad Stoddard. .nw.... -mul ' 'XJ A! f , A if f- Front row: Fran Mating, Leora Clark, Connie Sanders, Linda Laylield, Leann Saar, Dorothy Krieger, Judi Harrington, Hugh Gerthg Second row: jack Chastain, Judy Brown, Kitty Craft, Larry Thomlinson, Ken Allen, Connie Vlletzel, Maureen lN'1eil1eur, jim Kerns, Vliillamae Rentrow, Nancy Hardman, Third row: Bill King, Bill Bradley, Gary Wirt, Corky Howell, Garry Upton, Larry Gager, Bob iNlcAleer, Date Landis, Mike Samuelson, Norman Ferguson, jim Collings, Denny VVagaman, Back row: Bob hlclntosh, Dennis Stephens, Stan Klclienzie, Mike Willingham, Clayton limpke, VVayne Armstrong, Kenny Ruse, Mr. Thomas, Danny Ropp, Dick Larsen, VVarren Beauchene, Bill Kinnear, Larry Edwards, Paul Peloquin, Lane Zachary, Ron Madden. The school dance band played for aftergame dances and Ike-llilarities. hlembers were: Gary Wirt, Ron hladden, Paul Peloquin, Vance Steiner, jim Schafer, Larry Edwards, Jim Kerns, Ron Dillon, lim Skordal, Nlaurice Meilleur, Bill lllraglley, Paul Atwood, Jerry Kuehn, Chad Stod- ar . ..-v.. M German Band: Bob Nlclntosh, Jerry Kuehn, Lane Zach- 4' .mi I' ,E ary, Paul Atwood, Nlaurice Nleilleur, Melvin Brook. N4 N '- : tt., 'i f 1 ..gwg1 11111. .1 un-1111i , Drum Ma'or Bill Kinnear and Majorettes Verlie Wade- J kamper and Jacqueline Collison . Trombo e Quartet: Bill Kinnear, Clarmet Quartet: Paul Atwood' Paul Pelloquin, Lane Zachary, Ron Neva Hardman, Maurice Meilleur, Madden Jim Schafer Flute Trio: Linda Layfield, Hugh Gerth, Judi Harrington Trumpet Trio: Melvin Brook, Jim Skordal, Ron Dillon 71 la Sinfonia: Front row: Janice Anderson, Janice MacDonald, Nancy Hobson, Adele Richey, Doug Nott, Pat Stephenson, Second row: Susanne Smith. Judi Could, Andrea Ritchey, Pat VVillingham, Bill Hassell, XVard Hansman, Paul Atwood, Candy Tyrrell, Jim Mc- Aleer: Back row: bliss Hermann, Nlark Hartness, Lois Doak, David Reimenschneider, Dick Young, Ron Dillon, Dennis Hassell, Bill Piaber, Rick Dittmar, Ron Madden ln order to have a performing group this year, Sinfonia included the ninth grade from Xvilson Junior High School. This group appeared at liisenhower Open llouse, the Christmas assembly, the Yakima Music Festival and Baccalaureate. .X winter concert was given jointly by Sinfonia and the Cadet Choir: the orchestra also presented a spring concert. Sinfonia is a member of XVashington State and National Federation of Music Clubs. Violin, Flute and Piano Ensemble: Susanne Smith, Pat Stephenson, Nancy Hobggn Trench Horn Duet: Bill Hassell, VVard Hansman l A , 4 I , J i . . , J i 1 . J J f All Violin Quartet: Janice Anderson, Janice MacDonald, Susanne Smith, Mark VVoodwind Trio: Pat Stephenson, Jim McAleer - ' ' Mark Hartness Hartness: Not shown. Judi Gould i 1l un. n 1 i Front row: Susanne Kauzlarich, accompanist, hlargaret VVilson, Cheryl Rittenberg, Kathy Timpke, Janet Schoonhfiven, Gary X. johnson, hlike Pugh, Eddie Price, Kathryn Kendall, Ginny Cloud, Gratia Kent, hlarsha nlays, Lora Lee Rapp: Second row: Diane Linger, Robin Vklight, Alayne Pettyjohn, Carolyn Heit, Daralene Yarger, Earl Vlennings, Gary B-runer, Ranch Herr. JEIIS' KlcQa5', Nancy Dutcher, hlarcienita VVade, Carol Rapp, Vicki Shapiro, Laura Speaks, Third row: Gail lwupen, Klarilynne Robins. Sharon Evans, Sue Hughes, Judi Pettijohn, Bill VVynian, jeff Cummer, Nick Hughes, Ron Azbill, DeAun Wade. Qarol Thompson. Fern Schut, Carol Barquist, Back row: Lynell nlcCay, Helen Humes, Iola johnson, Toni Dallas, Carol Pedersen, Jerry Eakin. Don Xa- gala, Gil jones, Dave Bradley, Susan Ackert, Kathy Bennett, Susan Dittman, Mayree Beckett Choral Groups The Cadet Choirs First performance this year was the Veterans' Day assembly on November 9. The highlight of the assembly was the moving "1 Am An American" by Carman Dragon. A television performance was given November 22. Cn December 9 the Cadet Choir was invited to sing in a joint concert with the orchestra. The program consisted of Christmas musie and other seasonal works. The choir also sang background music for the Christmas Play presented for the students on December 22. They attended the large ensemble contest held in Selah on Klarch Zo. The choir also participated in the All-City hlusie Festival held in the Eisenhower Gym on :Xpril 22. Madrigal: Mr. Boyer, Susanne Kauflarieh, Nick Hughes, Kathy Dona' hey, Earl jennings, Kathy Sharpe, Lane Zachary, livelvn Cartonv, Quartet lrioz loni D.ill.rs. Nlargarer Xkvilson, Paulette Zim- Lynne Nlarvin, Robin VVight, Shirley lloetteher, Carol llarquist, loren inerinan, Dee ,Xnna llre.rrlner. Aludi Pettijohn. Carol Rapp. Pitchlord, Fern Sehut, Gil jones, Mayree Beckett, .lell Cuininer, Mari- Yieki Shapiro, l or.: lee Rapp. Nlolly Tripp. ,leanette Zim- beth Grey, Laddie Carbutt rnerinan, .recoiirp.iiiist. Nlarsha Mars, Carol 'lghoinpson -f,,3, " lxlihllli , 9 I x 5 . nan- , ,. ' " "fix lil I ti ng, ill Ixlggg, fl 'linn,,, if-Hf.22,., . , Q , ... '.man..l:Ill11ggla-l'gi.-vtl:gliLyg,,,,050g1v,14,,!, -"iw 11,5 Kinsman"1"""'l'1i--vvnl"LsA?'Y'0ov0-s,.?f"f 54 -me 1 J ' if xmu':5M1W'i?'G1?'XCXRQEHEH-Ffffi .-, I Q , M U. , Q W N. - - -. .. llunlilIlpfaA,'.,!ntxxxlilniiiggi X - ' p ' Q Q I.. ' 'i A l gf - fffvn. T7 me-,A I il -:fs r- . , W :fp-' I U i Tr , ' - -. ,. ' 3.2.4, s .. ,r f w' Q ' f " -iii ,fig ' , 51.0 t-iwkt 3 saffffi ' 'nr E ' ' 'r Q ' --11:ffi',f" . A, 31 Y xv -:Jmwkfzl U , - ,A -ll U M 5:1 Jinyj. 1' - Q ' ' ll" ' W r V4 , ' 'W I2-W. - W 4. - ' '- it - rp - ..'- ,f t ' ifffl' if, rf. b qw fn 'pi lr YJ X I I MK ,Vi ' , r y - L 2 l-'G-3541: . ' t ' ' , I' Q 'tj fl gpg , r M5252 1 :et . 'l rf 4 ,gr I ' . ill' tt M -- t r Presenting our Dance Band, western style! "It's me mudder's." Ike-Hilarities V Y This years llie-Hilarities, emeeed by "Lonesome" Corwin King, was staged at the roclain' Bar I-K-E Ranch on February 12 and 13. Directed by lNlr. Allen Boyer, Klrs. Theo Mays and Mr. VVilliam Bayerd, this 'L western variety show featured our own cowboys and gals in modern dance routines, vocal ensembles, instrumental combos and other . , . , J rootm , tootin' show-Stoppers. l ln s ite of intermittent Indian 4 P raids, the show must go onl Swing your partnerf ' K, ' .N f ' ' v- 5 I G f r, +'-- n A ' 'w"'i -juan MF Y A l rl N I , I f' A 'Y , A " ., 1 Q 5 1'1" " 1 'Wifi' il r ft. 5 P V 5' N. XII-I, - V - .T Y V Q,-ig5r', I 1- , -' - , r , , ' , ,- ii! ' ff ,B -, A H -- 1- X , 'I 'QW' I l"Y ' ' by ' ' ' 'fl' - ' ' ' I ' Q ,f ' jd- t. '. l,g, "i' lf' '52, i ,.,1',,, fm, r , -, i' , -,r ,-4 I , W' If A 'J Ji '-L iii..1-is 1, t .L 5' -431 4 '-L , Chnl music on the hor desert. "Drifting along with the Tumbling Tumbleweed" 'Q Ht ... Kathy Donahey, lim Edinger, Loren Pitchford, Kitty Craft Dave Young, Laurie Schulz, Pat Stephenson Carol Thompson, Ken- neth Wtilker, Sandra Hill, Mike Willinghani U-xg., Don Emerick, Marsha Mays, Karl Christianson The Thread That Runs So True The fall play, The Thread Tlmt Runs So True, had the largest cast in Einscnhovver's drama history. Writ- ten by Jesse Stuart and directed hy Mrs. Theo Mays, it told the story of a teacher and his struggle to give the children of the backwoods the education they deserved. hilargaret Lyon, Alike Nixon. Mussetter Aan, vm-4-vw 'll Margaret XYilsnn. lola johnson, Bill Baker Priscilla Colvin, Evelyn Cartony, Martin Thumlmm Nick Hughes -ludy Clark, Robert Baxter Ginny Fnwler, Lynne Marvin, Nancy we Innes " Ima ...ft Linda ,L i-1,1 5- S... Nuts in Behr' "XYhat 3 time to hnd out! lie had the hones of L1 horse under init bed for three veiirslu moaned Klichael, Miss Slxinners son, in the spring plax' Xuts in llali. This hilarious eoinedy hy Cdr-neliii Qtis Skinner xxgis presented in the Eisenhower Little Theater on April 1 .ind 2. Standing with the petite Kathy Donahey is the unidentified smile. Susan Archer dndVCunnie Burnside came "all the way from Lung Island" for this picture. Exhausted actress, .lucly Clark, is "calmed" by Bula Rynd and Karl C'hristi.inf SUD. ' l Exelyn Qdrtwny sh-iws Nlarsha Kldys l'iffi.'.' tu turn green. XYh-t xmuldrrt enjnv huxing tum Muuties lil-tc Xldrtd Yarcu rind Cfnnie Uvetzcl in his eluset- I Did the butler do it? Yun cuultl never tell hx' linking dt Put Stephensun .ind Clirwin Ginny Fowler was "de Ring. lighted" to meet "Uncle hlilie Nixon. Iffhn Nelson and lien Wlillter stop taking pictures lung enuugh tu have one taken. 39 Dances i Q f 'V 1 . Some lkcahi students take advantage of hlitl-Vllinter formal, "Frosty Drcamaf' 1' 1 Yr.. V1 pl? A A-1. l.eu Dwarfed by the giant chandelier. these cnuples shine in the "Royal Highlights." U V4 fav I vacant table during our Making plans for a fabulnus prnm are Nancy llL1ll.Ylj.IYL' Sliaxv, Llrctchcn Ulrich, Susan Sears, Fred Stephens, Santlx' Rich. ,lwanne Bruno, laitli Sclictitlclc. Susan Lefucq, jean Baker, Steve Brown, hlary XxiL'5lllCl'Q.:, llcx' Ilall, Pat SIL'PllL'l1NUI1. XX cninv tluu incl ulntc intl lwluc uniforms, tu USI Il ll N L l Ulu intra x ISIIUIS to iscn- iouci s Optn ll lust llc c 1 mol nl ns bacca- i r :nu ntc r r t x lm tt incl Lsrc An SABRES the Boxs Scrxicc Club served Eisen' homer br assisting dt dinccs tisscmlnlics plays and Pete Armstrong dncl bill C risucll Amie Ldrlx for ri Salnrcs Ikc Tlic THXFFIC CONTROL is rcsponsible for mrrintaining .1 smootli llow of tralrrc around our sclrool. Pcclcstrigln and veliicular safcty are of pri- IILIU irnportancc. Parking at school functions was tlircctcrl ln' tlic mcmlucrs of this organization, who arc ccrtilictl Lis LlLIXlllLlff' policcrncn. lJ.IIN'L'l' Slllllll. Dick lllilson, llriroltl Ocolmcli, DHD Blacflc, lhxc Lvncli, llolm XK'ilson, .ncting captain, and Pat Elumer gc! ti lesson in trullic control. Ike High's Clubs Help Make It Mighty '27 Our CAP-GOWN C0lNllNfllTTEE was lcept busy this year inventorying the graduation robes and checking for repairs, measuring seniors for caps and gowns, distributing the outfits for commence- ment and checking them in for boxing following the ceremony. This year's Cap-Gown Committee consists of, first row, Susan Dittman, Bonnie Mudd, Susan LeCocq, Linda Roethlisberger, second row: Jackie Seymour, Miriam Bos- enkranz, Marilyn Davis, Sue Fosshage, Pat Finch, third row: Lynn Hively, judy Lippert, Helen Humes, Dawn Evosevich and Susan Ackert. Helping Mr. Sus in the library were Dick Maddox, Greg Anderson, Pat Dealy, Judy Frank, Patsy Greenup, Kathy Weist, Pete Arm- strong, Nan Berg, Pat Sprouse, Trudy Wetmore and DeAun VVade. BQOKSTOBE GIRLS, chosen on the basis of character, honor and ability, gave an hour of their time each day to clerk in the bookstore. Profits were used to help build USE funds. The Bookstore Girls were Pat Borton, Linda Niles. uanita Breer, Sandra Manda, Rena Cheshier, Patsy Greenup, Twila Gregory and Lynell McCay. By checking out books, shelving books and magazines, taking care of library equipment and bv helping the librar- ian, the LIBRARY .AXSSISTKNTS earned xialuable ex- perience and a semester's credit. I N L l- Y r-um-in1n - ,JIT?Y4P? ' N' N v' f ' r ' X ' . 52 ff il'l,fffi L ' W1 SCE K, do -E55 if tr' if ,ff J' 355 y ' A llilw QQ X I xusfl ff f Q43 its .1 li' G " 1 i?Xv ' S y y, 1 N X x ' ' ,fy Ni- ffl' . 5 1, K' X ff f i I l Z Q W-:fs T f L fl ill, 6 1 I. I f A ,. 9 Z V I I I ' -ie . ., ., . S' ' I H u -F 41. -C' ., JS'-'bww -ii-1.-..:1-1. The members of the EISENHOWER CHESS CLUB spent many hours in deep thought as they matched wits with other members of the club and in competitive matches with other high school chess clubs. This year's Chess Club ofhcers included Richard Sebastian, presi- dent, Ralph Parrish, vice-presidentg Steve Hallett, secretary- treas- urer, and Bruce Clement, tournament supervisor. The ART GUILD promoted art activities and art ap preciation at Eisenhower by having Held trips, sponsor- ing exhibits and attending various art functions. The officers of the Art Guild were Jacqueline Collison, Keith Bruner, Trudy Wetmore and Gary Bruner. By participating in debates and for ensic meetings the members of the EISENHOVVER DEBATE TEAM developed skill in speaking, organize ing material, conducting individual research and refuting arguments and contentions of others. Doug Layiield, jean Mizell, Dave Bradley, jim Kerns, Cinny Fowler, Alayne Petty- iohn, Doug VVallcer, Bob Rynd, Lynn Throssell and Connie Burnside were on Mr. Zylstra's debate team this year. ing--'-1 i1 mzm ? I., 311, ,M A Q, X 5 ..,4, N HX Students who are plannino to go into the teaching professifijn L. were aided is many FUTURE TEACHERS ol? AME Y A , ICA activities. Professional people were brought IU t0 SPCQL at meetings, a tea was given for the Eisenhower-Yvilson fag ulty, members participated in regional FTA acti1K1t1eS 2113 a visitation day for senior members was sponsore . Sharon Bonneville, secretaryg Gail Tunstall, vicefpresident: Noreen Halley, president: and Pat Borton, treasurer, were the FTA officers. The MATH-SCIENCE CLUB of Eisenhower met twice each month. Programs were presented by the members ."-is on topics which interested them or on which they were preparing projects for the Science Fair. The Math-Science Club oihcers were Richard Sebastian, presidentg Sue Arntson, treasurerg Barbara Hatfield, secretaryg Paul Peloquin, president. if CJ vice- and The activities of the FUTURE RXRBIERS OF AMER- ICA Cthis year? included livestock and crop judging, a cliickenfraising project, a display booth at the fair, a chap- ter basketball tcinn, tlic Swcctlieart contest and ball, a banquet and other agricultural projects ranging from raising cattle to trcc lnrining and job placement on all types of farms. f Examining a specimen of grain were FFA oflicers George Matson. Corwin lxing. Gene Martin, Dave Bradley, Mike Ixendrick and Eugene Ramos. The members of the AUDIO-VISUAL R T' CREXV were responsible for the showing ol much educational yisual aids material to the students in the classrooms this year. Members of the Projection Crew were George Thompa son, Eugene Ramos, Ray Maldonado, Dave Baxter, Dave Fountain, Lloyd Pouliot, Cary R. johnson, .liin BUg8esS, Bill Criswell. Loren Pitchford, Larry Say- age. Corwin King, Bill Hassell, Xlarcienita XVadc and Myrna Ebel, b Gail Tunstall, Dee Anna Breadner, Nancy VVarren, Bev Roe, Klary Shuford, Laurel Evans, Lynn Council, Dorothy Krieger, Cinny Fowler. Sharon LeRoss, Sharon Bonneville, Maureen Bleilleur, unidentified, Linda fXlcLean, Linda Utterback, Judy Clark, Noreen Halley, Marsha Mays, Michal Koehler, Karen Schafer, Nancy Hardman, Judy Newport, Joyce Bunnell and Sharon Leinbach made up this years office force. U L' G3 G0 , Q " Tjsif' 5 X Xltgf if it t Q f- ,xllts im l J ' BW T M55 F The girls on the OFFICE FORCE helped in the main ofhce, activity ofhce, counselorls ofhce and attendance ofhce. They were trained in the techniques of ofhce practice. The PA CRENV and the STAGE CREW worked closely together maintaining the public address system, sound effects and equipment, constructing sets, scenery and props and lighting plays and assemblies. Pat Moriarty, Ken Brickinan, Larry Nossarnan, joellen Dudrey, Cratia Kent and Ray Klcfaw worked on the Stage Crew. ii This year the BOYS' FEDERATION sponsored educational activities, projects for financial aid to the USE treasury, service activities such as the Christmas baskets and special social aflfairs for the student body. President Bill Fitch, Vice'President Warren Beauchene Secretary Pat Soden and Treasurer Doug Ensminger con centrate on the manifold problems confronting Boys' Fed- eration. The GIRLS' LEAGUE is one of the few school activities in which all girls may partici- pate. This organization strives for unity in school service. Among its varied projects were the Midvvinter Formal, Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets, the Mothers' Tea, assembly speakers and other social functions. Secretary Sharon Bonneville, Treasurer Carol Rapp, President Barbara Hatfield and Vice-President Lynn Cramer advertise the iklidwinter Formal. The JUNIOR RED CROSS CHAPTER of Eisenhower High School started its activities with an enrollment drive in the late fall. Plans for this year included the promotion ol a blood drawing, a nursing home service projf ect, language magazine distribution and blood program aids. Gretchen Ulrich, vicefchairman, -laniec lklaylicld, see' retary, and Alike Nixon, eliairman, work on publicity for the bluniul' Rerl Cross Drive. 46 -x 5 .. Sit 5 USE f na-,q+ ' x -it x N S x 'L fl L. N qw ft 5991 as . -1 'I f l"-fiori ?A.Qe- W Q1H."'k5': , ,. A529-1-1 Mix: A E , g.G,Q5g5-Agia this .Qi . . - - ag:-H s z' I ""' a Q:a ,Q :Qi QQ-1- .1 'w-'.'S'?'- R WM3 -9- fr, wil 'e'.. XKn. l A 1. n -its -sk, ., . s- is - fs ig? B , ei 91, ' if xr , ,. Through fellowship and programs at ex ening meet- ings, the members of the INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB gained an appreciation of international affairs and the customs ol' global neigh- bors. Examining a globe are Social Chairman Linda McLean, Vice-President Laurel Evans. Treasurer Mary Shutord and President Dorothy Evans. N 41 i x . T - 4.1 J 1 F .Q-3 v 5 -, 71. I 9 xii- I-J' ew 45' M 'WUI' The monthly rograms ol the MODERN LANGUAGE CLUB feature guest speakers, Films, slides, sonvs and games, they were attended jointly by members of the three sections. Christmas portales were constructed for projects in classes and Scrapbooks exchanged with foreign students. The Christ- mas pinata party, initiation of new members and the inter- national dinner were three annual projects. The officers of MLC are Larry Frank, president of the German see- tion, Bill Fitch, president of the club, Sharon Leinbach, president of the French section, Diana Clem, scretary-treasurer of the club, Linda Nethcreut, president ol the Spanish section, Maureen Meilleur, French recorder, not pictured: Roberta lloniaine, Spanish recorder. 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Spanish 2. 3, Student Leaders Gs-hte'-nw 4 4. PAUL ATXYOOD: Track 2: Band 2. vice- resident 3. president 1 Clarinet Quartet 3. 41 German Band 2. 3. 4, Pep Band 2. 3. 4: Dance Band 2. director 3, 4, Orchestra 4: Tri- Kl3.41Natif.nalHoiior Society 4: ,ILL 4, El- lensburghlusit Festival 2. 3. 41 All-State Barid 4. Class comniittee 4. P 4 i417 QREG ANDERSON: TOM ANDREAS: 5-IIJICS 4: Boys' Federal- Boys' Federation 2, 3, tion 2, 3, 4, Student representative 4, Boys' librririun 4. Booster Club 2, 3, 4. JANE BARNES: En- tered from Odell, Ore- ,IEANETTA BAUGII- gon, 4, FTA 4, Girls' ALAN: Bookstore 2, League 4. Girls' League 2, 3, 4. P E T E A R M - STRONG: Intramur- als 2, 3, Sabres 2, 3, president 4, Boys' Fed- eration 2, 3, 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4. GARY BAUMILLER: Football B squad 2: Sa- bres 2: Projection Crew 3, Boys' Eecleration 2, 3,41 Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4. SUE ARNTSON: En- tered from Seattle, Washington, 3, Bowl- ing 3, Ushers 2, 3, Of- fice force 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, FTA 4, Amica- dettes 4, ICL 2, 3, INR 4, Math-Science Club secretary 4, MLC, French 3, Assembly- Dramatics 3, Ike-Hilar- ities 3, Christmas As- sembly 3, After-school sports 4. ROBERT BAXTER: The Thread That Runs So True 4, Christmas Assembly 4, Boys' Fed- eration 2, 3, 4, Thes- pians 4, JCL 4, Math- Science Club 2. -A WARREN BEAU- CHENE: Basketball B squad 2, Intramurals 2, Band 2, 3, 4, Boys' Federation 2, 3, vice- I I M B E N N E T T: president 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4, MLC, German 3, 4, Senior Assembly 3. Football B squad 2: Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4. LINDA BENNINC- TON: After-school sports 2, Cap-Gown committee 3, FTA 4, avg Girls' League 2, 3, 4, KAY BIBBS: Service Amicatlettes 2, 3, 4, Art DANNY BETSCH: Art 3, 4, Girls' League Guild 4. Boys' Federation 2,3,4. 2, 3, 4. 'mv' 'UV Y? 'I Q f LEROY BISSELL: In- tramurals 2, 3, Boys' Federation 2, 3,4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Service Shop 3, 4. J-f il" quasi 51 F9 , 'NO' LYNDA BISSELL: Class play ticket sales 3, Girls' League 2, rep- resentative 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Amicadettes 2, 3, 4, INR 3, 4, IXILC, Spanish 3,45 Assembly- Dramaties 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Make-up committee 2, 3, 4. 'TS' GARY BOGATICH: Entered from Reno, Nevada, 3, USE Sen- ate 3, Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4, Boys' Booster Club 3, 4. Oi' SHARON BONNE- VILLE: After-school sports 2, GALES 3, 4, Drill Team 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, secretary 4, National Honor So- ciety 4, FTA 3, secre- tary 4, Amicadettes 3, 4, JCL 2, 3, 4, INR 4: MLC, French 3, Class planning committee 4. PATRICIA BOR- TON: After-school sports 2, 4, GALES 3, scrapbook Chairman 4, Bookstore 4, Girls' League 2, 4, represent- ative 3, FTA 3, treas- urer 4, Ainicadettes 3, 4, JCL 2, 3, 4. V57 DOROTHY B O T T z Ca p-Gown committee 3, Ushers 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 45 FTA 3, 4. DAVE BRADLEY: Football B squad 2, var- sity 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Choir 3, 4, De- bate Club 4, USE com- missioner of publicity 4, FFA 3, president 4: Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Prince 4, Ski Club 4. DEE ANNA BREAD- NEB: After-school sports 2, 3, 4, GALES 3, social chairman 4, Choir 2, Nonette 2, 3, Quartet Trio 4, Tri-M 3, 4, Girls' League 2. 3, 4, Arnicadettes 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross repre- sentative 2, JCL 4, Ike- Hilarities 2, 3, 4, Oflice force 4, District Choir Contest 3, District En- semble Contest 3. GRANT CAPELL: Intramurals 2, 3, Gull' 2, 3, Boys, Federation 2, 3, 4, National Honor Society 3, 4, Chess Club 2, 3, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4, JCL 2, 3, 4, INILC, German 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 'FIT -ff 1 -A 5' 'I Tri? 51- IVIELVIN BROOK: Tennis 2, 3, 4, Intra- murals 2: Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, German Band 2, 3, 4, Trumpet Trio 2, 4, USE Senate 4, Boys' Federation 2, 3,4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Ellensburg Music Fes- tival 2, 3, 4. TOM CAPELL: Base- ball B squad 2, varsity 3, 4, Intramurals 21 USE Senate 4, Boys' Federation 2, 3, 45 Nil' tional llonor Society 4, JCL 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 4. MARILYN BROVVN: Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Amieadettes 3, 4, MLC, Spanish 2. STEVE CARPEN- TER: Football B squad 2, Track 2, 4, Intra- inurals 2, Prom com- mittee 3, USE Senate 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4, JCL 2, 3, 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Science Fair, second place 3, Class planning coniniit- tee 4. GARY BRUNER: KEITH BRUNER: JOYCE BUNNELI.: Boys' Booster Club 2, Intramurals 2, 3, Boys' Drill Team 2, 3: Ushers 3,43 Choir 4, Boys, Fed- Federation 2, 3,41 Boys' 2, Girls' League 2, 4, eration 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Booster Club 2, 3, 4, representative 3, FTA Cross representative 3, Art Guild secretary 4. 2, 3, 4: Amicadettes 2, Art Guild vice-presi- dent 4, Ski Club 4. E V E L Y N C A R - TONY: Prom commit- tee 3: Octet 2, Madrigal 4, Our Town 2: Ever Siizce Ere 2: Siiriliii' Tlirii 3, The Tlirctitl Tlmt Rims S0 Ti-iw 4: USE commissioner ot clubs 3, secretary 4: Thespians 2, 4, secre- tary 3, FTA 2, treas- urer 3, Aniicadettes 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross rep- resentative 4. cliairiiiaii of publicity 3, JCI 2, , , NANCY CARY: Drill learn 2, 3, 4, Aiiiicti- 3, 4, JCL 3. 4: INR 2, 3, 41 Ski Club 2, 3, 4. 3, Iietl Cross Lead- tlcttes 2. 3, 4: INR 4, ership Conlerencc 4: KILC, lirench 3. 4: Ike- LYLE CASPER: Bas- DAR Good Citizenship llilarities 2, 3: Mid- ketball B squad 2, Boys' Award 4. winter Forinal 4. Federation 2, 3, 4, 5 "":r , -.a RICHARD CAV'- LEY: Bowling 2. 3: Boys' Federation 2. 3. 4: Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Slti Club 3, 4. RENA CI-IESHIER: After-school sports 21 Bookstore 4, Ushers 4' Girls' League 2. 3, 4: ETA 4, Ainieridettes Z. 3, 4. N.-.4 GLEN CLARK: Boys' Iiedcration 2, 3, 41 Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4. JAIXIES CLARK: Football I3 squad 2, Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4: Buys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4, ff 4-rx ,- 3 KIARLA CLIFTON: Girls' League 2. 3, 4. TERRY COOK: Foot- ball B squad 3, varsity 3, Intramurals 2, 4 Letterrnen's Club 3, 4 Prom committee 3 Boys' Federation 2, 3 4, Chess Club 3, MLC, German 4, Slti Club 2 3, 4. 1 1 i GINNY CLOUD: Tennis 3,41 Drill learn 2. 3. 4: CanGown coni- mittee 3: Choir 4: Ur- chestra 2. 31 String En- semble 2. 3: Tri-KI 3. 4: Girls League 2, 3, 41 .-Xmitadettes 3. treas- urer 4, Ellensburg Klu- sic Festival 2. 3. I I Nl CO LE: Entered lrorn Bellingham, XVn ., 31 lennis 2, 3, 4: Let- terrnen's Club 4, Prom committee 3, Fire-Sim' ,loin-mil 3, associate edi- tor 4, USE president 4, Bois' Federation 2, 3, 41 National Honor So- ciety 4, Quill and Scroll 3. rice-president 4, Boys' Booster Club 3,42 Student Leaders' Con- ference 4, Pacific Slope Iournalisrn Conference 3, 4, Boys' State 4. ELIZABETH COL- JUDY CLARK: Smil- in' Through 3, llflr. Berry's Etclzirzgs 3, The Thrcutl That Rims SO True 4, Ike-Hilarities 3, 4, USE commission- er of social affairs 4, Thespians 2, 4, presi- dent 3, FTA 2, 3, 4, Student Leaders' Gon- ference 2, Assembly- Dramatics 2, 3, Nuts in illuy 4. DIANA CLEIVI: Prom committee 3, Girls' League 3, 4, represent- ative 2, ETA 4, Ami- cadettes 3, 4, Ir. Red Cross representative 2, INR 4, Math-Science Club 4, MLC, Spanish 2, 3, secretary-treasurer 4. Lk' .,..-pr IINICOLLINGS1 LINGS: Cafeteria help Band 2, 3, 4, Boys' Fed- 3, 4: Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Service Art 4. eration 2, 3, 4. LYNN COUNCIL: After-school sports 3, GERRY CORN- GALES 3, 4, Girls' VVELL: Entered from League 2, 4, represent- I-IENRY COOPER: Selah 4, Football var- ative 3, ETA 2, 3, 4, Bf,-gg' Federation 2, 3, sity 2, 3, Baseball var- Amicaclettes 2, 3 4, 4, 'Bovs' Booster Club IU DY C O O P E R : sity 2, Prom committee INR 4, NILC, Spanish 2, 3, 24. Girls' League 2, 3, 4. 3, Boys' Federation 4. 3, 4- ,IACQUELINE COL- LISON: GALES 3, 4, Band 2, 3, historian 4, Majorette 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Amica- dettes 2, 3, 4, Ir. Red Cross representative 4, Art Guild 3, president 4, JCL 2, 3, 4, Ike- Hilarities 2, Ellensburg Art Festival 3. L Y N N C RA M E R : After-school sports 2, 3, GALES 2, 3, viee-presi- dent 4, Ushers 2, Oflice force 3, Girls' League 2, secretary 3, vice-presi- dent 4, National I-Ionor Society 4, FTA 2, 3, 4, Amicaclettes 2, 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross representa- tive 2, INR 3, 4, MLC, French 3, 4, Midwinter Formal 4, publicity chairman 3. sfo' 53 CHARLENE CRUM: After - school sp o r t s 25 Girls' League 2, 3, 4. LEONARD DEA- TON: Boys' Federa- MIKE CULLITON: Football B squad 25 ln- tramurals 25 Boys' Fed- eration 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 4. tion 2, 3, 45 National BRUCE DEKKER: Honor Society 45 JCL Boys' Federation 2, 3, 45 Math-Science Club 45 FTA treasurer 25 4. ELDON EAGLE: FFA 3. Football B squad 3, var- I E R R Y E A K I N : sity 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Choir 4, president 35 Lettermen's Club 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,45 Boys' Federation 2, 3,4. Ikords 3. IE F F C U M M E R : Football B squad 2, var- sity 3, 45 Basketball B squad 2, 3, varsity 45 Baseball varsity 2, 3, 45 Lettermen's Club 2, 3, 45 Bowling 35 Prom committee 35 Class play ticket sales 35 Choir 2, 3, 45 Tri-M 45 USE Senate 25 Boys' Federa- tion 2, 3, 45 FTA 3, 45 Chess Club 35 Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Jr. Red Cross represent- ative 3, 45 MLC, Span- ish 45 Ellensburg Music Festival 35 Ski Club 4. WAYNE DONALD: Entered from Kelso, VVashington, 35 Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4. MYRNA EBEL: Pro- jection Crew 3, 45 FTA 45 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Amicadettes 45 INR 45 Assembly-Dramatics 45 Office force 4. T O N I D A L L A S : Prom committee 35 Choir 2, 3, treasurer 45 Nonette 2, 35 Quartet Trio chairman 45 Tri- M 3, secretary 45 Girls' League 4, representa- tive 2, 35 Amicadettes 2, 3, 45 Ir. Red Cross representative 45 JCL 3, 45 INR 3, 45 MLC, French 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Office force 35 FTA 35 Ike-Hilarities 2, 3, 45 District Choir Contest 35 District Ensemble Contest 3. I O E L L E N D U D - REY: Stage Crew 45 Ushers 25 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Amicadettes 2, 3, 45 Ir. Red Cross rep- resentative 4. D A V E E C K L E S: Cheerleader 45 Football B squad 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Tennis 45 Prom committee 35 Boys' Fed- eration 2, 3, 45 Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 45 ICL 2, 3, 45 Assembly- Dramatics 3, 4. MARC DAVIS: Pro- jection Crew 35 Five- Star Journal 35 Debate Club 25 Boys' Federa- tion 2, 3, 4, NANCY DUTCHER: Ushers 3, assistant head 45 Choir 2, 3, librarian 45 Amicadettes 4: Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Ir. Red Cross representative 2, 3, 4. MARY EICHLER: After-school sports 2, 3: Tennis 2, 3, 45 CALES 3, 45 Drill Team 2, 3, 45 Prom committee 3: USE Senate 2, 45 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 FTA 3, 45 Amicadettes 2, 3. vice-president 4: INR 4: MLC, German 3, 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4. PAT DEALY: After- school sports 25 Girls League 2, 3, 45 FTA 45 Amicadettes 2. IEFF DYE: Choir 3: VVrestling 3, captain 4: Boys' Federation 2, 3,4. DON EBIERICK: En- tered from Naches 3: Class rice-president 4: Prom committee 3: Class play ticket sales 35 The Tliremi That Runs So True 4: USE Senate 35 Thespians 4: FTA 3: Boys' Booster Club 3, 45 Ir. Red Cross representative 3: Ski Club 3, 45 Senate By- laws committee 3. 54 CAROL ERICKSON: Entered from Califor- nia 3: Tennis 3, 4: After-school sports 3: GALES 3. 4: Prom committee 3: Girls' League 2. 3, 4: FTA 3, 4: Chess Club 4: jr. Red Cross representa- tive 4: INR 4: MLC. French 3. 4: Home- making Club 2: Arnica- dettes 3, 4: Golf 3, 4. GINNY FOVVLER1 Tennis 2, 4. inspiration award 3: Cheerleader 3. 4: hladrigal 2: Ikords 3: Tri-AI 2, 3. 4: The Thread Thur Runs So True 4: Voice of Dem- ocracy, first place 4: National Honor Socie- ty 3, 4: Thespians 4: FTA 2, 4, secretary 3: fi-Ee DOROTHY EVANS: Class secretarv 2. vice- president 3: Bowling 3: Rally Squad 4: Prom committee 3: Class play ticket sales 3: National llonor Society 3, 4: Amicadettes 2. 3, 4: INR 3. president 4: Student Leaders' Con- ference 4:Girls' League 2. 3. 4. IUDY FRANK: Ten- nis 3: Girls' Lea ue 7 g -. 3, 41 Amitadettes 4: Homecoming Princess Art Guild 3. 4. Student 4: Nuts in May 4. BARBARA CARD- librarian 4. JUDY CAUSE. Ush' NER: Girls' League 2, ers 3, 4: Girls' League 3, 4. 2, 3, 4. T LAUREL EVANS: Class secretary 3: Drill Team 3: Rally Squad 4: Prom committee 3: Class play ticket sales 3: Girls' League 2, 3, 4: Amicadettes 2, 3, 4: INR secretary-treasurer 4: AILC, Spanish 3, French 4: Student Leaders' Conference 4: Homecoming Princess 4. LARRY FRANK: Prom committee 3: Bots' Federation 2, 3. representative 4: Chess Club 3: Boys' Booster C lub 2, 3, 41: JCL 2, 3. 4: AILC, German 3. president 4: Ski Club 2, 3, 4. IIUCII CERTII: Band 2, student direc tor 3, 4: Flute Trio 3. 4. I:lLlIC Swlfis 3, 'IQ VIITI' NI 3, 4: USE Senate 31 Iiois' Iietlcration 2, 3, 4. Ellensburg Music Iiestital 3, 4. 'ad -4-Q' 'inf' NORMAN FERGU- SON: Band 2, 3,4: Pep Band 2: Bovs' Federa- tion 2, 3, 4: Chess Club 3, secretary-treasurer 4: Buys' BUGSICF Club 2, 3, 4. LARRY GACER: En- tered from VK'enatchee 3: Bowling 2, 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Fire-Srrir four- mil 3, 4: Boys' Federa- tion 3.4: Art Guild 3,4. ROBERT GIESEKE: Football B squad 2: Basketball B squad 2, 3: Choir 4, treasurer 3: Boys' Federation 2,3,4. BILL FITCH: Class president 3: Track 2, Intramurals 2, 3: Prom committee 3: Class play ticket sales 3: Boys'Fed- eration 2, 3, president 4: Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4: JCL 2, 3, 4: MLC, German 3, presi- dent 4: Lions Club jun- ior inetnber 4. IAN GANO: Boys' Federation 2, 3,4: Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Ski Club 4: Intramur- als 3. R O B E R T A G I L- BERT: Entered from VValla VValla, VVash- ington, 3: Girls' League 3, 4: jr. Red Cross rep- resentative 4: INR 4: Math-Science Club 4: MLC, Spanish 4. I-Ju 'G GARY FOULKES: Track 2: Boys' Federa- tion 2, 3, 4: FTA 3: Chess Club 2, 3, 4: Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4. L A D D I E C A R - B U T T: Class presi- dent 2: Football B squad 2, varsity 3: In- tramurals 2: Class play ticket sales 3: Madrigal student director 4: USE Commissioner of elections 4: USE Tem- porary Council 2: Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Ir. Red Cross council 3: Boys' State 4: Assem- bly-Dramatics 2, 3, 4: Boys' Federation 2, 3,4. IUDI COULD: Or- chestra 2, 3, 4: String Ensemble 2, 3, 4: Vio- lin Quartet 4: Cirls' League 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4: Amicadettes 2, 3, 4: MLC, French 2, 3, 4: Ellensburg Music Festival 2, 3, 4. 5 g, N S-.I -v-l vp., 'C' ...ey Q? 'ual 55 CLAUDIA GRANT: Choir 2, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Amicadettes 3, 4. WARD HANSMAN: Football manager 2, Or- chestra 2, 3, 4, Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4, FFA 4, All-State Orchestra 2. ELIZABETH HAU- BRICH: After- school PATSY GREENUP: After-school sports 2, GALES 3, 4, Bowling 2, 3, Bookstore 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Amicadettes 2, 3, 4. KEN HANSON: Band 2, Boys' Federa- tion 2, 3, 4, FFA 4. -4.-J TWILA GREGORY: After-school sports 2, Bookstore 4, Cap-Gown committee 3, Prom committee 3, Ushers 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Amicadettes 4, Cherry Pie Baking Contest rep- resentative 2, first run- gler up 'in city contest , 4. TOM I-IARDISON: Football manager 2, Basketball manager 2, Prom committee 3, Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4, JCL 2, 3, presi- dent 4. Sports 2, 3, 4, GALES ANDREW HAW- JAMES HILLIARD4: 2,3,4,Gap-Gown Com- KINS: Electronics Entered lrom lxenai, mittee 3, Ushers 3, 4, Club 3, Boys' Fedcra- Alaska 4,Track 2,Boys' Amieadettes 3, 4. tion 2, 3, 4. Federation 4. XNJ MARIBETH GREY: Drill Team 2, 3, Oc- tet 2, 3, Maclrigal 4, Smilin'Tl1r0u lr 3' g y Temperance-Good Citi- zenship Speech Gon- test third place 4, USE Senate 3, National Honor Society 3, treas- urer 4, Thespians 4, Amicadettes 3, council 4, INR 3, 4, MLC, French 3, 4. N A N C Y H A R D - MAN: After-school sports 2, 3, 4, GALES 3, 4, Band 2, 3, librar- ian 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Tri-M 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 3, vice-presiclent 4, JCL 3, 4, Math-Science Club 4, All-City Band 2, El- lensburg Music Festi- val 4, Music Festival 2, 3, 4, Valedictorian 4. DAN HOGSETT: 417 DORIS HAGEMEI ER: Ushers 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Amica- dettes 2, 3, 4. GLENDA HARRIS: VVithdrawn. Football B squad 3, TOM HOLT: lntra Lettermcn's Club 3, murals 2, Boys' Federa- Cafeteria help 2, Choir tion 2, 3,4, Boys' Boost- 2, Boys' Federation 2, er Club 2, 3, 4, Ski 3, 4, Vl'rcstling 3. Club 4. V 'ind NOREEN HALLEY: Class secretary 4, Cap Gown committee chair- man 3, Band 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4, FTA 2, 3, president 4, Amicadettes 2, 4, JCL 2, 3, 4, INR 4. BARBARA HAT- FIELD: Costume com- mittee 2, Prom commit- tee 3, Voice of Democ- racy, hrst place 3: Girls' League 2, 3, president 4, National Honor Str ciety 3, 4: Arnicadettes 2, 3, 4, JCL 2, 3, 41 INR 2, 4, vice-president 3, Math-Science Club secretary 4, Midwintet Formal committee chairman 4. EMMA LOU HOOP- ER: After-school sports 2, 3, 4, GALES 2, 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, VVater Safety Slogan Contest winner 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4: FTA 2, 3, 4, Amica- dettes 2, 3, 4. 56 yi, Y' NF' ...-gy 4? ew fgf. BAY HUDSON: FTA 3: Bows' Federa- tion 2. 3.4, Buys' Buost- er Club 2. 3. 4, ICL 3. 4: INR 4. PI-IILJOCI-11311 Base- ball B squad 2, varsity 3, 4: Intramurals 2, 31 Letterrnens Club 3. 41 Prom committee 3: Boys' Federation 2. 3, 4. RONALD KAUTZ- MAN: Entered from Davis 4, Projection Crew 3, 4, Boys' Ped- eration 2, 3, 4, Boys' Booster Club 4. NICK I'IUCIIESg FuotbJll B stiuud 2. 3, xtirsity 4. Truck ni.in.i- ger 2. Letterniens Club 4: Prom cfiiiimittee 3. Chull' Ptusltlcfil 41 Kladrigul 2, 4, Buy s' Uctel 2, 3: Il-wrds 2. 3: Boys' Quartet 3. Tri-Xl 3, president 4: Dramat- ics 3: Our To1t'vz21TIit' Thread Thu: Rims S0 True 4, Thespians 4. EBHNIQIE YIUHN- SUN' Qu-turne corn- mittee 4. Band 3.4. Pep Band 3. 4: Iri-Nl 3. 4. Orchestra 2. Girls' League 2. tatixe 4. 3. represen- PTI-X 3. 4. KILC. Spanish 3. is serribly-Dran'iatio 4, SUSANNE ILXUZ- LABICII: Proni corn- mittee 3: Ushers 2 Band 3, 4, C hoir 2, at tompanist 4: Xlmlrigal 4: Sextet 2: Tri-Xl 2, 3. historian 4. Smilirz' Tlrrouglz 3, FTA 3, Cirls' League 2, 3, 4: Amieadettes 2, 3, 4, .1 ' z , . 6 'fs Q .bt ,VT 1 J lu- LYND.-X IIUNTER: BOB HYDE: Boys' Uslicrs 4, Girls' League Federation 2, 3, 4. 2. 3. 4, E Ii.-X 41 Arnica tlcttcs 3, 4. IOL.-X JOHNSON Entered lrorn Yyhite- lish. Nlfinmnd, 4, C .ile- teria help 2, 3, 4: Cirls League 2. 3. 4, C hoir 4 JCL 2, 3, Ellensburg HILL KEETEI3: Bowl- Klusic Festival 2,-3, 4, Bots' League Talent ing 3, USL Senator Iluvs' Federation 2, 3 Shbw, first place 2, Bel 4, iljoys' Bfioster Club Canto Scholarship 2. 2, 4,4,ICl.2, 14. GILBERT JONES: Entered lrorn Cientraliti, Xtrisliiiigtim, 4, Entit- lull varsity 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball x-.irsitv 2, Base- b.ill varsity 2, 3, Tennis 2, I.etternien's Club 2, 3, 4, Ciliuir 4, Nlritlrigul 4, Burbershop Quintet 3. CPUYIAIA KENT: En- tered Irwin VVest Val- ley 4: Proin committee chairinun 3, Class play ticket sales 3, Stage Crew 4, Choir 3, 4, Christmas Assembly 4, Spring Concert 3, Wa- pfito Music Iiestival 3, Cirls' League 2, 3, 4, Arriictidettes 2, 3, 4: El- lensburg Nlusic Festival 4. M' ,' l -A S? N . DON IMMEL: FTA 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Boys' Federa- tion 2, 3, 4. NANCY IONES: Drill Team 3, Rally Squad 4, The Thread Tlmt Buns So True 4, Temperance-Good Citi- zenship Speech Contest hnalist 3, USE Tempo- rary Council 2, Thes- pians 4, Amicadettes 2, 3, 4, JCL 2, 3, 4, Ike- Hilarities 2, 3, Ski Club 2, 3, 4, Senior As- sembly 2, 3, Golf 2, 3. BILL KING: Band 3, 4, Boys' Federation 2, 3,4, Boys' Booster Club 3, 4. 9' Q-4' 1 RA N D Y IR WI N: Boys' Federation 2,3,4. BILL JONESCHILD: Track 2, Lettermen,s Club 2, Boys' Federa- tion 2, 3, 4. IVIICHAL KOEH- LER: After-school sports 2, 3, GALES 2, scrapbook chairman 3, president 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Na- ional Honor Society 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Amica- dettes 3, 4, ICL 2, 3, 4, INB 4, Class planning committee 4, Office force 4,Valedictorian 4, ,sf 57 'td' ...auf C7 'D 'X -1--1 -wlfl my DWAYNE KOENIG: FFA 3, Boys' Federa- tion 2,3,4, Boys' Boost- er Club 2, 3, 4. ROSS LEE: Boys' Fed- eration 2, 3, 4. BILL LYNDE: Bas- ketball B squad 2, Base- ball varsity 4, Letter- men's Club 3, Boys Federation 2, 3, 4, FFA 3, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4. v '58 V7 STEVE KORN: Intra- murals 2, 3: Boys' Fed- eration 2, 3, 4, Art Guild 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4, MLC, Spanish 2, 3, Service Shop 3, Service Art 4, Ski Club 2, 3, 4. S H A R O N L E I N- BACH: After-school sports 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, GALES 3, 4: Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Na- tional Honor Society 4, Amicadettes 3, 4, JCL 2, 3, 4, INR 3,4: MLC, French 3, vice-presi dent 4, Office force 4. ,gain -if DOROTHY KRIE- GER: After-school sports 2, Band 2, 3, so- cial secretary 4, Flute Trio 2, Pep Band 2, 3, Tri-IN4 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, FTA 2, 3, 43 Amicadettes 2, 3, 4, ,ICL 3, 4, INR 3, 4, Ellensburg Music Fes- tival 2. KENNETH LEIN- GANG: Entered from Nlarquette 2, Prom committee 3: Boys' Fed- eration 4, cabinet 3, Boys' Booster Club 3,4. I E R R Y K U E H N : Baseball B squad 2, 3, varsity 4, Intramurals 2, Band 2,3,4, German Band 4, Dance Band 4, Pep Band 4, Boys' Fed- eration 2, 3, 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4. W A Y N E L E N - HARD: Entered from Corvallis, Oregon, 2, Football B squad 2, var- sity 3, Basketball B squad 2, varsity 3, Track 2, 3, Lettermen's 'wav 'S' IERRY LARSON: Bowling 3, Debate 3: USE Senate 4: Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4. SHARON LEROSS: Drill Team 2, 3, 4: Girls' League 2, 3, 4: National Honor Socie- ty 4, Amicadettes 3, president 4, JCL 2, 3 4, Homecoming candi- Club 2, 3, Prom com- date 4. mittee 3. ,IIM MADILL: Enter- ed froni hlarquette 3, C E N E bl A RT I N : Bowling 3, Boys' Boost- SANDRA M.-XNIDA: Bows' Booster Club 2, DICK MADDOX: er Club 3,4, Boys' Furl- Bookstore 3, 4, Ushers 3, 4, Boys' Fulk-1-,ititmri Track 3, 4, Boys' Feder- eration 3, 4, MLC, 3, 4, Girls' Lt-.iguc 2, 3, l, 3,4: FF.-X 3, trc.isurcr ation 2, 3,4. Spanish 3. 4, Ainicalclctlcs 3, 4. 4, liitixniiiirails 2, 3, J 'E' SHARON LATTA: Five-Star fournal 3, Girls' League 2, 3. 4: FTA 2: Amicadettes 2, 4, Ofhce force 4. CAROL LONG: Girls' League 2, 3. 4: Serrice Art 4. GEORGE MARTIN: Class president 4, Foot- ball B squad 3, varsity 41 Track 3, 4: Tennis 4: Letterinen's Club 4: Boys' Federation 2, 3. 4: Prom committee 3: Boys' Booster Club 2, 3. 4: Math-Science Club 2: MLC, Spanish, Ger- man 4, Boys' State 3: 4: :Xssemblv - Dramatics 3, 4: Ski Club 3, 4. K' .,.4-P Nr' ,if -I ui-1 ,x .xi A 5 U .N1 LINDA NI.-XTH US, Boys'Eecler.1tion 2.3.4. Drill Te.iiii 2. 3. Cup- Clowri ct-inriiittt-Q31 Ciirls' League 2. 3, rep- resentatixe 41 .Xniiea tlettcs 2, 3, 4. Betty Curt fclser Ilorrieriialgcr ol Tomorrow Award 4. BOB KICIXTOSH: STANLEY KLREN- Track 3, manager 2. ZIE: Tenni- 2. 3. 4. Lettermens Club 3, Sa- Lettermenl Club 2, 3. bres 2: Band 2. 3. 4: 41 PA Crev. 2. Band German Band 4: Pep 2. historian 4. Pep Bancl 3. 4, Brass En- Band 2. 41 Band toun- se-mble 3, 4, Boys' Fed- eil 4. Rifatzlle a-sistant eration 2, 3, 4, Boys' edit-ir 3. editor-ii'ixliiel Booster Club 2, 3. 4. 4. National Ilonor So- ciely'3.PreN1clcF1I4, Photo Club 3. pre-iflent 4: ICI. 3, 4, TIQX 4. Xlath-Science Club 4 Exchange Club Iliff. fl the Klonth 'i1I,I'vI'1lN Club represenrame 4. National Nlerii Stho! arship finalist 4, Yale elictorian 4. TERRY NIOBIAB- TY: Football B squad 2, Track 2, 4, Boys' KVAYXE KIOIIIIIS: Federation 2,3,4, Boys' Boys' Federation 2, 3. Booster Club 2, 3, 4, 4, Boys' Booster Club JCL 3, 4, VVrestling 3. 2, 3, 4. 'X-.3-.. NI.-XRSIIA AIAYS: Drill Team 2, 3, Rally Squad 4, Octet 2, 3, Tri-KI 3. 4: Ever Since Ere 2, S1JIilill'TIIl'0Il42lZ 3, The Tliretiii Tlzut Ilzms So True 4, Na- tional Ilonor Society 3, seeretarx' 4, Tliespians 2. 3, 4. JCL 2, 3, 4. Ilomecoming candidate 4, Ski Club 2, 3, Nuts in ,Um 4. XI.-XIIY XIeKIE: Serv BOB IXICALEER: Bantl 2, 4, Pep Band 2, 4, Dance Band 4, Tri- AI 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 4: Ellensburg Music Ifestival 3. LINDA NICLEAN: lee Art 3. 4, Clirls' CQALIQS 4, Bowling 2, 2 3 4 Pr m e tee w Ieigue -. -, . o 'ommit -- 3: Cllioir -1 Girls' League 2, 4, treasurer 3, Arni- txiclettes 2, 3, 4, INR 2, 3, social Cliairman 4: Asseiiilzly-Drauiiatics 2, 4 3. KATHY MCCAUS- LAND: Ushers 2, Ciirls' League 2, 3, 4' Amicadettes 2. LYNELL MCCAY: Bookstore 4, Choir 4, , Octet 3, Tri-M 3, 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Amicadettes 3, 4, Jr. Red Cross rep- resentative 2, JCL 2, 3, 4. BILL MIX: Football B VVAYMON MOL- squad 3, Baseball B LET: FFA 2, Boys' squad 2, 3, Cafeteria Federation 2,3,4,Boys' help 2, Boys' Eeclera- Booster Club 2, 3. tion 2, 3, 4, FFA 2, XVrestling 3, 4. KAIIEN KIOIIIIOXV. VICKIE IXIYEBS: En- DENNIS NAYLOR: Tennis 2, Choir 2, 4, tered from Austin, Tex- Football B squad 2, 3, Xonet 2, Tri-.XI 3, 4, as, 3, OfI:ice force 4, varsity 4, Baseball B USE Senate 2, Arnica Amieaitlettes 3, 4, INR squad 3, Boys' Eeclera- fletles 2, 3, 4, IXB 4, 4, Nlidwinter Formal 4, tion 2,3,4, Boys' Boost- District Ensemble Con- Ciirls' l-ea,Q,ue 3, 49 AS' Cf Club 2. 3, 49 Ilf- Bed ,CSI 2. sernbly-Dramaties 4. Cross representative 2. CAROLE NEELY: Ushers 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Amicadettes 2, 3, 4, Ir. Red Cross rep- resentative 2, Office force 4. .1 ji, 59 ,W 3 J O H N NE L S O N 5 USE treasurer 45 Foot- ball B squad 2, varsity 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Letterrnen's Club 3, 45 Reveille assistant editor 35 National Honor So- ciety 3, 45 Chess Club 3, 45 JCL 2, 3, 45 INR 35 Exchange Club Boy of the Month 45 Stu- dent Leaders' Confer- ence 35 Nuts in May 4. SHEILA PAISLEY: Entered from Spokane, Washington, 45 Ti- Girls convocation 2, 35 Ski Club 3, 45 Junior convocation 35 Journal representative 25 Class council 2, 35 Jr. Dance committee chairman 35 ASB committee 2, 35 Dad-Daughter Dessert 25 Mother-Daughter Tea 2, 3. ALAYNE PETTY- JOHN: Drill Team 2, 35 Choir secretary 45 Tri-M 2, 4, secretary 35 Temperance-Good Citi- zenship Speech Contest third place 3, Finalist 45 Debate 45 USE Senate 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 45 Amicadettes 2, 3, council 45 JCL 2, 3, vice-president 4. PN ff---ev' TRUDY NELSON: Class treasurer 35 Rev- eille assistant editor 3, associate editor 45 USE Commissioner of inter- school relations 45 Na- tional Honor Society 3, 45 Art Guild secretary 35 JCL 2, 3, 45 U. of W. Yearbook Confer- ence 3, 45 Ellensburg Art Festival 3, 45 Ami- cadettes 2, 4, council 35 Quill and Scroll 4. ARLENE PARRISH: After-school sports 25 Cap-Gown committee 35 Prom committee 3: Ushers 45 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 FTA 25 Chess Club 45 Amicadettes 4. RON NETTER: En- MARILEE NICH- tered from Salem, Ore- OLAS: Drill Team 25 gon, 35 Art Guild 35 Girls' League 2, 3, 45 Boys' Booster Club 35 Amicadettes 2, 4, Boys' Federation 3, 4. DAVE PARRISH: Football B squad 2, 3 varsity 2, 35 Track 2, 4 Lettermen's Club 3, 4 Prom committee 3 USE Senate 45 Boys Federation 2, 3,45 Bovs' Booster Club 2, 3,14 Ski Club 45 Class plan- ning committee 45 Sen- ior Assembly 3. RON PIEKKOLA: Transferred to Seattle, Washington, 4. RALPH PARRISH: Boys' Federation 2, 3, 45 Chess Club 3, 45 Math-Science Club 4. PAUL PULLIAIXI: Football manager 25 VICTOR PEYROL- Stage Crew 25 Boys' Bowling 35 Boys' Boost- LAZ: Track 2, 3, 45 Federation 2,3,45 Boys' er Club 2, 3, 45 Boys' Boys' Federation 2, 3,4. Booster Club 3, 4. Federation 2, 3, 4. Q-ob C H A R L E S N O R- TON: Projection Crew 45 Boys' Federation 2: 3, 4. PAUL PELOQUIN: Band 2, manager 3, 4: Trombone Quartet 2. 3, 45 Dance Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 4: Tri-M 3, 4: Orchestra 25 Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 45 Math-Science Club 2, 3, president 45 Ellensburg Music Fes- tival 25 Vllrestling 4: Ike-Hilarities 2, 3, 4: All-City Band 2: VVest- inghouse Scholarship Test representative 4: Boys' Federation 2, 3,4. EUGENE RAMOS: Football manager 2, B squad 3, varsity 45 Bas- ketball manager 3: Baseball manager 2, 3. 4, B squad 3: Sabres 4: Projection Crew 3, 4: Cafeteria help 2, 35 Boys' Federation 2, 3, 45 FFA reporter 2, 3. vice-president 4: YVres- tling 3, 4. CARL OCOBOCK: JCL 45 Boys' Federa- tion 2, 3, 45 VVrestling 4. FRANK PERRY: JCL 3, 4: Language labora- tory 45 Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4: INR 4. CAROL RAPP: Choir 4: Quartet Trio 4: Or- chestra 2, 3: String En- semble 2. 3: Tri-M 2. 3. 4: Girls' League 2, 3. treasurer 4: Jr. Red Cross representative 3, 45 JCL 2. 3, 4: Ellens- burg Music Festival 2, 3. 4: hlidwinter For- mal 3. ,fx I1 M4"' fd 'ir' 1 f 2 Wvx TQ--V 60 fi'-"vi 1""Y LEE REESEI Ami liliiiiimtw- RVN .lrXNlL'liRlL'l?1 Choir IENNIEER R1EM- CLAIRF RILEY- LEE ROBB- Bom c.1dettes5.4:Cirl! H I 1 4 Uqll milk 4l liirls' It-.iguc 2, fKE: llrilly Sc1u.icl 4, Football vursitv 3, Col Booster Club 3 14' w 'V I' Et-. E 4 , I League -. J. 4. Imnt T. n, S t tr. n, 4. Costuiiit- uiiiiinitlcc 3, captain 4, Track 5, 43 Bovs' FecIerationI2,3,4I gf'-'QUIU 'IQ IVV I'-'WI Prnrn cliriiiiiitlcc in I.cttcrnicn's Club 3, 4, i 3' fl' PL'5UPhl'IIC -'XINICHLICIIUN l, 3,41 llom' Fcclcrxition 2,3,4. gulmr 15. Snlipli--nit' X11 Q' 1,1.,,C1, v 2-Q1-1 Duct 4. Ir1NlJ.lrr-.ix 11111, 3' 3, 4. Girly 4 XIIL N mi li 1 UIVV 3 - -IV N I.L'ilf.1lI' -, 3, 4. I r ilnt ' Illtri L -. IWCNLL' Nl - N Ivuru Nlunt' Ioriyil 2. .XII-Lin Ilinrl 2. 5. 4 IIulli1i.ui 'XllSr.1rf Il.iiii In'NIl1..ll 3. 4 BEX' ROE: Drill RI Emi 2. 3: IIJII3' Squutl -L. Xatiifindl Ilnnor Si-tic' tv 4: UCL 2. 3.411NlI 3: Student Lcurlcrx Il UIJEIX I .lx IIU rv: .llm -lg lit-Img 4. Cfmlcrcnuu 4: PFA KIKINE Uxbcrx J UBI? coinniiwiom-r ul Sxxcetbcurt cunilitlutu Cub I,uEg,.f4 1. 1. mp piibliaity 3. USIQ Sun 3: Senior :Xwcmbli 5 rf,---.riijigig -Q. ll.fg-Ili .ilu rirwitleiit 41 Iliu Homecoming Queen -3 lEf,:,g- 3 Yxjfjpg 1:19 1l.:HX 4. XII Cf Spinixli I'.XllI S.X.Xll. ll.iml 2. Ilie-Hilaritiu fl. KILL. -3. XlI,Q S1'.f',fb ru 2. Ilifk 5 Sluts 'l, Iliimt' 4, 4: llmx' VL'klL'I'-lllllll SIDNEY SAPP: NIEI. German 3. 4: Arnica- oirffiri: Xf-rut-'j. 4. .XR iiiiiiiiig Primm 4, It-if 1. n. 4. l-nwlin1,g 2. 2, 3, 4: VIN 2. 3, 4. dettes. E1:ri.I,l'.,IJi.:i.. ? -Q. tgriiioril Club. 1irt-Nirlt-ni 4. Ill! 4: OOK 2, 4. KAREN SCH.-XFEII: After-school Npfirtx 2. H. GALES 3. 4. UQliurE 1. 41GirIs' League 2. 3 4 Amicaclettes 3, 4: lr. Red Crows reprewntd- KIKIIY SC IIHUIIX l.iir lm: prim 4. ll-11.5 trtumirui' 21 Suimt-ir 2: firll i I rin' 4 Xlll' tive 4: INR 4. I 5 .:1Lgl'.l. " -Q CII IAIILIQSSI IANKS I IDX viccfprusinlciit 5 C luv plriniiing commit ltr' -lg Kev Club 2, 3 llubgitc 3, Bova' Ijcclcra tion 4. TRULA SCHACI-IT: Girls' League 2, 3, 4. DALE SMITH: De- bate 2, Traffic Control 2: Sabres 2, 3, Bowling 5, Football manager 23 Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4. fi i 6l ""'9' PAT SODEN: Foot- KAREN SONDGER- DICK SORENSON: VANCE STEINEE: DALE srour. Ep- JUDY STUBNER ball THHHHHCI 2: Track OTH: Entered from Baseball B squad 3: Band 2, 3, 4: Boys' Fed- tered from California After'-school sports 2, 4 29 Boys' Federation 2, Rawlings,VVyoming, 4: USE Temporary Coun- eration 2, 3, 4: Dance 3: Football B squad 2: Girls League 2. 3, 4 3, SECFCYHTY 4: Boys' Band 2: Girls' League cil 2: Boys' Federation Band 2, 3, 4: Pep Band Track 4: K1'112ht5 Za CAI-ES 3- Booster Club 2, 3, 4: 4: Future Nurses Club 2, 3, 4: Boys' Booster 2, 3, 4. Boys' Federation 3,4. ITCILCZQ 3 seqretary 4: 3: Tri-T 3. Club 3, 4. CAROL THOMP- BARBARA TRACY: SON: Entered from IANICE THOINIP- Art Guild 2, 3: Ami- Davis 3: Girls' League SON: Girls' League 2, cadettes 3, 4: Girls' 2, 3, 4. 3, 4. League 2, 3, 4. GAIL TUNSTALL: Drill Team 2, 3: Rally Squad 4: OH3ice force 4: Make-up committee 4 Prom committee 3: Girls' League 3, 4, rep- resentative 2: FTA 2, 3, vice-presider1t4: Amicadettes 2, 3, 4: INILC, Spanish 2, 3: Golf 3: Student Lead- ers' Conference 4: Ike- Hilarities 4: Senior As- sembly 3: Class plan- ning committee 4. GAIL TUPEN: Enter- ed from Stockton, Cali- fornia, 4: Choir 4: Girls' League 4. SANDY TUTTLE After-school sports 2. 3 FTA 4: .-Xmicadettes 3 4: Ir. Red Cross repre sentative 2: Girls League 2. 3, 4. 4-5 'T' Y' 13" LIN DA UTTER- BACK: After-school sports 2, 3: GALES 2, 3, 4: Ushers 3: FTA 3, JACK UBELAKER: 4: Aniicadettes 2, 3, 4Q FFA 3, 4: Boys' Federa- INR 4: MLC, Spanish tion 2, 3, 4. 3: Girls' League 2, 3, 4. MAR TA VARCO: Orchestra 3, 4, advertis- ing chairman 2: String Ensemble 2, 3: Bell Canto Concert 3: String Trio Contest 2: Tri-Nl 2, 3, 4: FTA: Ainica- dettcs: JCL: INR: Ellcnsburg Music Festi- val: All-State Orches- tra: All-Northwest Or- chcstra. STEVE VARCO: Football B squad lg Track 2: Boys' lit-tlt-ia tion 2, 3, 4: Boys' Boost- cr Club 2, 3, 4. MARY LYN VOGT: XVCTLI Speech finalist 2: Five-Sim' lourmil 3, nianaging ctlitor 4: Na- tional llonor Society 4: Quill and Scroll 3. secretary 4: FTA 3, 4: Ainicadettes 3, 4: lr. Red Cross representa- tivc 3. 4: JCL 4: INR DEAUN XVADE 3,4:Pacil'ic Slopcjour- Choir 2, 3, 4: Girls nalisni Conl'ci'cncc 4. League 2, 3, 4. X .r ,. fiilrf I 62 l,,5f Z' DENNY XYAGA- KIAN: Band 2. 3. 4: Boys' League 2. 3. 4. S U SAN XYESTOX: Girls' League 2, 3, 4. IO.-XN XYAGNFR: Tennis 3, Drill Team 2. 3. 4, Prom commit- tee 3, USE Senate 4: Girls' League 2. 3. 4: FTA 4: Arnicadeties 2. 3. 4, lCIL 2. 3. 4, Klalxe-up -:omniittee 3. 'li R U D Y XY E 'I'- Eliicrell from I:ilc.lYaslilnLLtoIi.21 Ushers 4. Girls' League 2. 3. 4. FTA 4. .Xinicr dettes 2. 3. 4. lr. Red C-Tow representative 3. Arr Guild setretarj. 4: Sl-Li Club 4. Service Art 4: Student librarian 4. FH.-X 2. ICEN XV.-XLKER: The flzrerxrl Thur Rims So lime 4: Christmas As- sembly 4: Boys' Feder- ation 3. 4, Thespians 4, ,lC'L 4:1NR 41Ni1tsi1r .llm 4. ,IOYCE VVILC'OX: Girls' League 2, 3, 4. NANCY VVARREN: Class treasurer 3, Drill Team 2, 3, Rally Squad 4: From committee 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Amicadettes 3, council 4: lr. Red Cross repre- sentative 3, MLC, French 3, 4: Student Leaders' Conference 4, I lomecoming candidate 4. BEVERLY VVIL- KENS: After-school sports 2, 3, GALES 3, 4, Costume committee 4, Ushers 3, 4: Cafeter- ia help 3: Five-Smi- Iorariml 4: Debate 4, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Amicadettes 3, 4, Paci- fic Slope Iournalism C'onference 4, Assem- blv-Dramatics 3, 4. DIANE WEIGAND: Entered from St. Io- seph Academy 3, Girls' League 3, 4, FTA 3, 4, Amicadettes 3, 4, jr. Red Cross representa- tive 2, 3, 4, lVIath-Sci- ence Club vice-presi- dent 2: MLC 3, 4, Sci- ence Fair first place winner 2, Art director annual staff 2, Assem- bly-Dramatics 3. BILL VVYINIAN: Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4: Cihoir 4. KATHY VVEIST: USE Senate 3, Girls' League 2, 3, 4, Amica- dettes 2, 3, 4, Service Art 3, Student librari- an 4. GARY YOERGER: USE Temporary Coun- cil 2, Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4. I 3 T7 DAVE YOUNG: Bowling 3, USE Sen- ate 3, Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4: ICL 3, 4, Ski Club 3. RICHARD YUUNC.. Band 4, Orchestra 3. publicity cofhairman 2, Tri-NI 3, vicepresi- dent 4, Our Tour! 2, Senior Assembly 2, 3, Ike-Hilarities 2, 3, 4 Thespians 2, 3, 4, Boys' Booster Club 2, 3: JCL 2, 3, 4, Boys' Federa- tion 2, 3, 4. Nl 1:7 VVAYNE YGU N G: FFA 3, 4, Boys' Federa- tion 2, 3, 4. IEANETTE ZIM- MERMAN: Clhoir 2, Quartet Trio accompa- nist 4, Ike-Hilarities 4, Iieveille assistant editor 3, associate editor 4, USF Temporary C'oun- eil 2, National Honor Society 3, 4, Quill and Stroll 4, FTA 3, 4, Amicadettes 4: U. Of VV. Yearbook Cfonfer- ence 3, 4. Not Pictured: D O U G ENSMING- ER: Football B squad 2, varsity 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Lettermen's Club president 4, Prom com- mittee 3, Boys' Federa- tion 2, 3, treasurer 4, Homecoming King 4. LORETTA LYNCH: Bowling 2, Girls' League 2, 3, 4. NEIL HAIVIMOND: Boys' Booster Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4. DOUG WALKER : Track manager 2, Boys' Federation 2, 3, 4, De- bate 4. DONNA WILEY: Girls' League 2, 3, 4. 63 unior Class ' - JP , 1 fi? '34 fl 4- Qj 2 Under the watchful eye of President Maurice Meilleur, the Iunior Class plans ahead for the Prom. 1, l f .' - Q., 15 P11 W an FD 0 "I FD P, D9 P'1 -4 'f-4 o DJ :x : FD U: "1 z: E e 2 E. :. :1 on "Pb O P'1 5 FD o :J FD QI 0 ... E.- "!"""' . ,.. Lv , ns ,fuk aft lil, ,HL4 ' 4111 g A , , , l I ' I Is Jean Baker. our pert vmce-pres1dent. cornxng or gorngr I ? 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Klari Eichlur, Hem' Cloud, Captain Sumnne Kauzlarich, Sue Smith, Susan Archer, Faith Scheuilele, lean Baker, tludi Pcriiifiliii. Sandra Iflur-gge, liiaiiim Zier, Connie VVeizclg Back Row: Nancy Cary, Cheryl Hooper, Janet Lewis. Judi Harrington. loan llaruh. Darlene U'ilr--ix. Par Hagel, Lynda Richards, Vicki llohenshelt, Kathy Flynn, Charlene Druse, Kay Hatheld. Margaret Eddy. Daralenc Yarger. As promoters of ochool spirit our Amicadette oHicers survey a puppy poster. They were Ginny Cloud, treasurer, Sharon Iogflmrg, presidentg Mary Eichler, vice president, and Mary Shuford, secretary. 7 ? 4 hd mm X Cadets Send "Rags to Riches" Pirates Back to Rags ' . wi , L ff s -g .-1 Bob Rynd Claire Riley Doug Ensininger john Nelson Ensininger after 6 yard gain on end sweep 2 Black Graves Ted Shaw 4 Q ' X F a' X -Y X . J Q V, t f ,asv in Z N Z flrivmslxtfshzlf s -4- I 1 , i I l l ef if r ,Q f . f' f '- Gil limes Cary Hansen SUNNYSIDE 6, IKE 19-Eisenhower launched its 1959 foothall season hy whipping the Sunnyside Grizzlies on the latter's held. Playing on a slippery turf, the Grizzly eleven pushed for their only score in the first period. llalfhaels Doug Ensminger seored all three of lltes touchdowns hy showing hrilliant running speed. Ensminger put the Cadets on the seorehoard with a hreathtalxing 30-yard end run. The speedy hack brought the large crowd to their feet in the second quarter with a magniheent 6O'yard punt return. llyes final touchdown came in the fourth quarter on a pass hy Quarterhaeli Mack Crayes to Ensminger in the end zone. RICHLAND 26, IKE 7-On the Richland gridiron the Cadets found that the Bomhers were not their only opponent. The rain played a part in the game by giving the haelys a rough time in hanging onto the hall. Eisenhower didnt seore until the fourth period when Klaely Graves dropped a pass into Doug Ensniingers arms for a -H-yard scoring play. Despite the defeat. the Cadets showed good team spirit. KENNEXVICK 19. llih 07.Xlll'lKll.lgl1 the Cadets played a good game defensively and were ahle to stop seyeral Rennewiely drixes, they just eouldn't elielt on touehdoxxn plays. Eisenhoweris defense tightened whenever a liennewielx threat loomed and outstanding play hy the linemen was in every 'lied 'Shaw huelxs his way through the Paseo line. lt takes two Bulldogs to bring Ensminger down. 2 Lane Litliary 13111 ljmdlcy down. llaving their lirst storing opporttiiiity nippetl in the steond quarter. tht llse intn storttl with SU seconds left in the game on an eleetrilxing pass play hy Qttarttrhael Xlaelg Crates on his own lie yard line to Datls lltttig lgnsminger. who caught the hall on the il' and ran lor the totitlitlt-xv n. .XLR-.XXY ta. llsld lr' --'lrattling to .Xlhanv Ore- gon, alter ti spirited stndeitll in tht morning In the student hotly. the Qfitiets :timttl hatl-. tht Oregon team 19 to ff. hisei'iliov.ti' entertel tht storing with a 39-yard run hy Li-itmaeti-. Xlttr Xllwany st-iretl six points, the Cadets tame roaring liatl. when the fleet Ensmingtr i'ompf.tl 4? j..ii'cls lor .i store llelore the fourth period eialttl. fiarj. llani-tn gallopetl 51 yards for six more points. lihe train playtd nell U11 all fronts aliel --r-.telleiit l'l'l.LlNlHIl. XVALLX Vl'.XLL.X 19. llsli Q4 a ll-imttommg events were completely sti--ttsslul alter tht Qfitltts trOU1'1CL'Cl the Walla X'tQill,i lllut llttils 14 to l'-J. Ted Shaw scored the hist toutlitloi.'.i'i ol tht game with a sensational "'J't.irtl run. Sl'i.i','. stoittl two more touchdowns and lloug llnsiniiiet r stoit-tl the remaining touchdotzn on .i pas-X lroni Xlatl, limits. The Eisenhower cleltnse v..is tht stroiiupoiiit iii the victory with hrilliant tatliling and hlotline. PASCO 20, llih 6 e The llasto litilltlogs matlt tht Tri-Citv jinx complete hy defeating the Cfitlets 20 to 6. The Cadets played good hall but were stunned hy a stout Paseo defense and determined offense. Cary llansen went over on a pass play for llxe's only touchdown. DAVIS 6, IRE 7-After a frenzied week of cheer' ing and excitement, the Cadets showed what a determined and closely knit team can do. The Eisenhower defense completely threw the offense of the highly favored Davis team. Cary Hansen scored liisenhowers touchdown after a determined orlfvard drive bv the Cadet offense. What proved to he the xx inning point came on a pass from Mack Crates to Cal ulones. Three Davis drives were stopped luv pass interceptions. Bob VVhite, Dean Ciainlvle and Clary Hansen played heads up ball luv snatehing the pigsliin from Pirate receivers. The Cadet team deserved much praise in defeating the top team in the state. SUMNER 6, IKE l9HDespite frozen turf and 27 T weather, the Cadets marched to victory for their last game of the season. Eisenhower started the game with a hang when Dean Camhle grabbed a Spartan pass on the second play of the game and galloped down the field for the touchdown. Doug Lnsiningei' again made use of his speed when he raced for the other two llte touchdowns. The whole team showed excellent spirit despite the cold weather. v s, th' -5 Q ' s .u- , .i G L , ' Br b Vvhite Dean Gamble Eldon Eagle eorge Wlartrn 1 s -214 . - W We 5' 1 ' I i . , I sq, , f ' 1 O 'X T 'g I F' YEUM 'K Q l -4 7 y 'v I 44' Jf? The 1959 varsity team members were: Top row: Lane Zachary, Bob Wlhite, lim McCabe, Dave Shaw, Eldon Eagle, Bill 'Xml Shane Cadigan, Gil jones, Nike Vachon, Ron Madden, John Nelsong Middle row: Dan hlayer, ,lim Harvison, Dean Gamble Eugene Ramos, Dick Cline. Bob Rynd, Dave Bogucki, Bob Egge, George Blartin, Corwin King, Dave Bradley, Mike Rice: Front roxy Efb Garretson, Mack Graves, Doug Ensminger, Bill Bradley, Claire Riley, Gary Hansen, Ted Shaw, Steve Brown, Garry Upton Chucli Bohosliey, Pat Ehmer, John Howell. A Bulldog about to be leveled by four Cadets. Varsity Coaches: Clayton Hutton, Bill Lee Frazier, Head Coach Art 82 hlanagcrsz Bob Hlilson. ohn Standley .41 nf' - 111 V Gary Hansen fights his way forward after a key Awards were presented tit .i 1w.iiiqtiet 1iimnring tht- 1untlm11 hlnck. team. XYinncre were: john Nr'1f-in. Sc1itv1.1rs11ipg 11-wh Ruud, 11159 Co-Captain: Duc Bogucki, 111uc11it1g1 Claire 11i1ey. 11159 Gm Captain. Others, niit sh-mn, were 17111111 Cook, 101111 -11111.15 Awartl, .md Dean C.inih1e, O11 Qin ,-Xxx.1rt1. , 0 v :V1 The 1091 Eiwii1inxxtir 13 Nitmti um xit'tni'1wt1s t11"' - I , W ,MH times .ind t.iNttt1 dtieit 1"L11A tirnw. Ihr- Cadet .1uninr Xarbity' 1vwi'11iii X1 Jlxitn ' tn 11. X1.lI'tIL1k'l1C 19 tn 0 rind D1111'1Ii'111LXKtIlIt1XI11W 'N . s - 11 ,. I '. 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In this same pep usseme hly, the game and all the other festivities were pantomimed hent- niix style. The assembly ohxiously had un elixeet on the entire student body, because a strong Cadet team, hacked hy un equally strong cheer- ing section, triilnpled Xxzlllil Xvilihl 24 to 19. Iiomeeoining weekend was topped off hy Ll dance themed Royal Highlights at which Bev Roe was crowned queen and Doug EIlSIUil1QCl', king. Princess Ginny, Prince Bob my , , r ff e L 22 9 42" , ' if ' U40 .few wifi 'L Mia: H: Prince Dave, Princess Laurel 1 fi .off NN Q 'D NYJ x ff f , f cf f K vw K ww K H , , Q wa ff' , f 2 K ' X 3 Q Q 3' 1 U"'f'54VN 'S gf ff" 4 HRX xi N x x NK NMC W K, . N N , A , 1 A wfww f k , X f .Q x A X f X ,Q-, Am-cfggfqgggf. - -mf .ay . A N1-vew. ww iw-X-9-., ,.,,y?f. x, . . 1 W Qfwq A A --, -K-' xwgzx 'K . R: " f.'..-k"lA"' X ' -' E X, YL 'Q Nga ., -- Nxgirimhl X z.- V: ., 1 wX,v4xx.f4g. 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Wrestling Proves To Be A Popular Sport The wrestling squad included: Front row: Eddie Rice, Corky Howell, George I-Iartshorn, Jeff Dye, Vernon Sixl-Liller, Dave Burch: Back row: Clayton Frazier, coach, Dan I-logsett, Steve VVight, Mike Vachon, james Dykes, Paul Peloquin, Eugene Ramos. The IKE wrestling team defeated Naches Ctwicel Wapato, Toppenish and XVenatchee. They lost to VVapato, Davis Ctwieej and Paseo. The Cadets tied Grandview and sent Jim Dykes to the state meet. Dykes Finished third. Wrestling hianagerz Victor Peyrollaz George Hartshorn prepares to lunge forward on his opponent. The Wapato wrestler is about to be taken down by Vernon Sixkiller. The second round of a three-round match has just begun for George Hartshorn. Ike High Did It Again V Jeff Cummer Nlack Graves Ben Drinkwater out-jumps Kennewicix MMMM defense for two points. Bob Egge i Team Record Opponent Marquette M M ,ee,ee 43 Selah MM M M M MM 51 Mark Morris M MM 52 R. A. Long M M MM 42 Davis ,,eee .M .. 40 Sunnyside M 56 Ellensburg MM 69 Pasco. MM M . 46 Toppenish M MM .. 30 Wapato M MM 63 Richland M MM 72 Kennewick M M .. 63 Kennewick . M 57 Davis M. 43 Sunnyside .M.M M . 57 Ellensburg MMM MM 46 Pasco . M M 60 Toppenish 54 Waiiatca M 78 Richland 71 Ike 40 45 44 44 41 46 56 37 40 36 53 59 30 45 30 54 49 42 35 43 Iim Hartshorn Klike 1-laxnaer Ben Drinkwater Ken Benjamin Bob Carretson Mike Rice Eisenhovver's 1960 basketball team made use of sophomores and jun- iors for its strength. Only one senior was on the squad. At the beginning of the season, the Cadets made a trip to Longview for two games. Considering the inexperi- ence of the players, the Cadets played spirited ball. Total Name FG FT F Pts Ken Benjamin ,, 34 15 40 83 Ken Berry , 3 4 5 10 jeff Cumnier ,,,, 8 2 11 18 lion Dillon ,, O 2 O 2 lien Drinkwater 25 30 25 80 Bob Eggs 3 55 31 40 141 Bob Carretsrin , 0 11 13 ll Hob Cieseke , 1 0 5 2 Muck Crinvcs 91 31 63 213 lim llartsliiirn ,, 15 12 11 42 Nike lldvnricr , 59 42 47 160 Bill Jennings 29 17 24 75 Vlliiyne LGl11lL11'C.1 4 3 6 11 Loren Pitchford l 1 2 3 Mike Rice 13 11 27 37 Total , ,338 212 319 888 Bill Jennings Mack Graves shoots the jump shot for two points. Varsity Coach, Bill Lee The Cadet Five uses a tight defense to defeat Ellens- burg. Varsity hlanagers, Dick XYilson and Ed Colefind something wrong here. Not pictured: B Squad Marmger, Bill Baker ,,,.......i...,.W .mu v...,. .. -,....1...,..,....,u had , N. -.Wings ' X . B x x ,V,,:,Iy W 152: ix. iff 22-ix B Squad: Front row: Doug Cook, Ron Dillon. Mike Nlchlurry, Gary lylontgomery, Bob Brickman, Ken Berry, Carl Suksdorf, Larry Roehrg The Eisenhower B Squad was the heat B team in the league this year. They won l3 while lming 4 gameb. They de- feated Selah 44-27, Davib 42-30, 43-47, Sunnyside 52-31, Ellenshurg 53-51, 40-32, Kennewick 52-43, 38-36, Paeeo 49-30, Toppenish 39-34, 55-33, Vliaputo 46-45 and Highland 49-45. They lost to Sunnyside 5l-40, Pasco 48-38, Wapatri 52-47, Richland 63-44. The sophomore team played against Davis and Toppenish. Q Dale, Pete Pitzer, Bill Johnson, Back row: Herb Ripley, Steve Not pictured: Loren Pitchforcl B Squad Cuaehw, Keith Vllright and Keith Farnam All boys who letter in a major sport are eligible for the Lettermen's Glub. Front row: Eugene Ramos, jeg Gummer, Jeff Dye, Bill Bradley, Second row: Frank Freshwater, jim Dykes, Paul Peloquin, Lane Zachary, jim Edinger, John Howell, Bob Rynd, John Nelson, Phil Iochirng Third row: Gorky Howell, Garry Upton, Dave Bogucki, Steve Brown, Bob Egge, Nick Hughes, Mack Graves, Bob Garretson, Fourth row: lim Cole, Dean Gamble, Doug Ensminger, Claire Riley, Gil Jones, Melvin Brook, Eldon Eagle, - lay Greene, George Olsen, Fifth row: jim Harvison, Bob VVhite, hflike Nixon, Tom :ff-'."""" Gapell, Mike Vaehon, john Standley, Fred Kirsch, Bob Whitneyfg Back row: Bill jen- - 'xx nings, Ken Benjamin, Mike Bice, George Hartshorn, Dave Bradley, Gary Hansen, L w Steve VVight, Ed Cole. ty U 1 7 f .Fo if I' X , .ff L 9 ,t V!! . '22 ig ff The Eve-ning Wlinter Basketball lntramural team members were: Bill bmclley, Jim Harvison, Doug Ensniinger, Bob VVhite, Gary Hansen, Dean Gamble, Ken Leingang. The Eisenhower Ski Club ofhcers were: Dinah Hawkins, sec rctary: Claire Riley, president: Sky Records, vice-president. , 'Z ' - .4 , - -.Q ' OH'iCers of the Girls' ,-Xihleziig League nl ll1kcril1w'.'.er inure: Put lifirtim, scmp- , Q book Chairman: Lynn Cruzer. xii.:-pre-iflentg l,.lif.ilfeth ll.iiilmrich, intr.i- , .I murals VK illdmue Renlr','.'.. ireeeurer. Dee .Xiiim llreiilner, wqiril uhuirm.ing X W K Maureen Kleilleur, secreidry. unnl Xliehdl lwiclilvgr. prewide . l i T. G S as-' ll 'ly' N f' m jx W ff fill. ia if X 4.4, it ill s T - I 'Q 5 5' 5. '49 1 P z . ' , W Qu.-'v 'X We The 1960 Cadet baseball team. Baseball The Cadet baseball team C. showed great strength at all positions. They were one ol the strongest teams I in the league. r X Mack Graves really throws them in. 4 f - left Cummer scoops one up at first f' U base. i li? 1' V-.af-.L wf..assmj,. , s A-'iw in-,f ,g 3 J? o' n L ii 4' . ig, 1 Baseball coach Swede Lind- RW 'Q-A quist. ,J- Managers Eugene Ramos, Carl Suksdorf and Dick I Carratt fight the wind. .ig f 'A 5 I V. Q a Jim Ill' Phil lochim has just thrown .1 XX 1'4- f AZ A A f strike. Tom Cnpell got a single out of this swing. The llie track te.im departing for the Hfilla Vlallri Relays. Eldon Eagle begins his run fur the pole vault. Track The track squad ml 1960 was fine hir the Cadets in he proud of. The team slifiwed ixell in all eienis during the season. Manager David I2-rriughtfin i always the last one in. Track coaches Art Hutton and Don Holder have confident smiles. , - .1 k N Doug Ensminger shows win- . This pace is kept for ning hirm. miles by George Olsen. , 1-3 P i Steve Brown keeps in shape Dean Gamble takes the low this way. hurdle with ease. Gfifitl style is shfiwn here by Chuck Dave Parrish prepares to clear the Bnhusltey. baf- ' i E 'I y .4.....-- - 5-4-s-'Cel M'--v tjiwllllli 2-Q-9+-'r"""' ' """ if ,, lim Cole shows confidence Earl Jennings' forehand is too as he hits close to the net. fast for the camera's eye. Carol Erickson dances with glee after pounding her op- ponent. Tennis Friendly Competition and good sportsmanship are a must on the tennis team. Qur girl tennis players arc, kneeling: VVendy Rutter, Eisenhowers tennis tcarn was the hcst in the valley this year with eight re- turning letter-men. It had ri sctison record of lO wins, no losses and one tie. Ginny Fowler shows quality in her delicate return. Coach Keith Yvright inspires the teriin with his ccilm and cool nmnner. Carril Erickson, Diane Dorner, Mary Eichlerg standf lhc boys on the tennis te-.un tire Plgrlw Riplgy, Bill Bdker' EAU1 ing: Kathy Flynn, Ginny Fowler, Judy Robertson -Iennings, Jim Cole. George Martin, Llirlton Rall, Stanley Klu- and Ann Stevenson. Kenzie, K lelyin Broolx. Underelassmtn. as '.'.t at nil fs gi tlirougli the doors ol Ill- I lieh lor the last time, a farewell loolt over our shoulders is inexitahle. .Xt tht other tntl ol tlit li.ill ue see three years will never'to-lmeflorgotten memories. As sophomores We entered .1 Iurand neun stliool anti nat it told that xxe toultl shape its destiny. Our lirst show ol' might was in football, Vk'l1ereXR'e tuiee truinlilttl IIN. i'-. Uni' l1.incl, tilting setontl plate to none, won otn' sehoolls hfst trophy in the Shrine Parade. Uur lueulty Iiroxtil iistll onlie rind lor till in the l'iut4iU5 fm-Ultv play. Our students gave us a scholastic record ol uhith .int si liinl uotilil lil lilfillfl. Last vear, .is iuniors. vit lietyin isriililisliiiig tinitlitions. XXII tontinuetl our string ol victories over Davis and the Cadet Hand tiequired ii st.itt','.itlt If lititition in their simppy hlue uniforms. The American History Trip made its own history. Uur tltiss liail one ol tlit highest SLIlUl.lHIlL retortls in the tountry. This last Ybiil' as seniors, though, topped them till. Queen llex xvtittlied King Doug star against Wtilltl Walla at hometoming, and then our tt-.im l.notl,etl oll the nuinlier one team in the state. Wle aequired our mascot who he- eame infamous lor his prefgame stunts. 'Iliere was our lin.il proin imrl then the last tests hefore Commencement. Scholarship, sports and tittixities -these .ire the qualities that malte llxe Iligh mighty, and now we seniors turn them over to you, undertltissmen. life liaxe made Ilisenliower lligli Seliool mighty, vou can malce it mightier. FIGHT ON, XIICIIWIVY EISLXIIUVVER. L and H Printing Company Stanley McKenzie, editor Kennell-Ellis Studios Index Achziger, Gary 71 Ackert, Susan 36, 42, 65 Ahlbrecht, Jim 71 Alderman, Clifford 65 Alderson, Norman 71 Allen, Ken 33, 65 Allrnendinger, Harry 65 Ames, Marion 32, 71 Amis, Bill 71, 82, 83 Anderson, Elsie 24, 26, 30, 41, 51 Anderson, Gregory 42, 51 Anderson, Janice 2, 31, 35, 65 Andreas, Dick 65 Andreas, Tom 51 Archer, Susan 39, 71, 79 Armstrong, Pete 41, 42, 51 AUDSUOHH, Wayne 33, 71, 83 Arntson, Sue 44, 51 Qshrna51,11Caj1er3651 YWOO , 21 ,31 32,33, 34,3 , Ayers, Marcella 65 , S 51 Azbill, Ron 36, 65 Baker, Bill 38, 71, 90, 96 Baker, Elberta 71 Baker, Jean 64, 65, 79 Barnes, Jane 51 Barquist, Carol 2, 31, 36, 65 Barrett, Molly 21, 65 Baughman, Jeanetta 51 Baumiller, Gary 51 Baxter, Dave 45, 71 Baxter, Robert 30, 38, 51 Beam, Kathleen 65 Beauchene, Kenneth 32, 71 Beauchene, Warren 33, 46, 51 Beaudry, Linda 65 Beck, Norma Jean 71 Beckett, Jim 65 Beckett, Linda 71 Beckett, Mayree 31, 36, 65 Benedictson, Janice 71 Benjamin, Ken 71, 83, 89, 92 Bennett, Jim 51 Bennett, Kathy 36, 65 Bennington, Linda 51 Bentley, Sally 71 Bentley, Sandra 65 Bentley, Susie 71 Berg, Nan 42, 65 Bemath, Mike 71 Berreman, Mike 71 Berry, Ken 65, 91 Betsch, Daniel 51 Betsch, Diane 71 Bibbs, Kay 51 Bissell, LeRoy 51 Bissell, Lynda 30, 52 Black, Don 41, 71 Black, Ronald 71 Blair, Doug 71 Boettcher, Shirley 31, 36, 65 Bogart, Cheryle 32, 71 Bogatich, Gary 52 Boggess, Jim 45, 65 Bogucki, Dave 21, 65, 82, 83, 86, 92 Bohoskey, Chuck 65, 82, 95 Bond, Joel 71 Bonneville, Sharon 26, 44, 45, 46, 52 Borton, Pat 26, 42, 44, 52, 93 Bott, Dorothy 41, 52 Bott, Fred 65 Bott, Richard 71 Bradley, Bill 33, 65, 81, 82, 92 Bradley, Dave 21, 36, 43, 44, 52, 82, 84, 92 Bradley, DiAnne 71 Brazeel, Glenda 71 Breadner, Dee Anna 31, 36, 45, 52, 93 Breer, Juanita 42, 65 Brewer, Nicky 71 Brickman, Bob 83, 91 Brickman, Ken 45, 65, 71 Brindamour, Gary 71 Brinkley, Marilyn 65 Brook, Melvin 21, 32, 33, 34, 52, 92,96 Broughton, David 71, 95 Brown, Joann 65 Brown, Judy 33, 71 Brown, Marilyn 321 52 Brown, Mike 65 Brown, Steve 65, 82, 92, 95 Brown, Vema 65 Bruner, Gary 36, 43, 52 Bruner, Keith 43, 52 Bruno, Joanne 64, 65, 79 Bryan, Jeralyd Dean 71 Bunnell, Joyce 45, 52 Burch, Dave 86 Burkett, Linda 71 98 Burnside, Connie 2, 39, 43, 65 Burnside, Gary 71 Butchart, Joanna 65 Cadigan, Shane 65, 82 Camerer, Fred 71 Camerer, Gwen 71 Campbell, Dolores 32, 65 Cannon, Meredith 71 Capell, Grant 26, 52 Capell, Tom 21, 26, 52, 92, 94 Carlson, Becky 71 Carner, Gene 71 Carner, Pat 71 Carpenter, Steve 21, 52 Carratt, Dick 71, 83, 94 Carter, Carol 65 Carter, Ron 65 Cartony, Evelyn 20, 21, 26, 30, 36, Cary, Nancy 52, 79 Casper, Lyle 52 Casper, Mike 71 Cawley, Richard 53 Cawthron, Don 71 Chambers, Tom 65 Champie, Alan 65 Charlton, Anita 65 Chastain, Jack 33, 71 Cherry, Mike 71 Cheshier, Rena 42, 53 Chess, David 71 Chessman, Donna 65 Childress, Ann 71 Chonle, Gary 71 Chrisman, Michele 72 Christianson, Karl 30, 38, 39, 65 Church, Bill 65 Clark, Glen 53 Clark, Harmon 65 Clark, James 53 Clark, Judy 21, 30, 38, 39, 45, 53 Clark, Leora 33, 72 Clark, Lornna 32, 72 Clem, Diana 26, 47, 53 Clement, Bruce 43, 65 Clifton, Darlene 72 Clifton, Marla 53 Clifton, Ronnie 72 Cline, Dick 65, 82 Cloud, Betty 72, 79 Cloud, Ginny 31, 36, 53, 79 Coglon, Tim 65 Cole, Ed 4, 22, 30, 65, 90, 92 Cole, Jim zo, 24, 26, 30, 53, 92, 96 Cole, Nancy 21, 70, 72 Cole, Ruth 72 Collings, Elizabeth 53 Collings, Jim 33, 53 Collins, Harold 65 Collison, Jacqueline 32, 34, 43, 53 Colvin, Priscilla 30, 38, 72 Conant, Donna 28, 65, 78 Conrad, Steve 65 Cook, Doug 21, 72, 83, 91 Cook, Terry 53 Cooper, Carol 32, 72 Cooper, Dick 65 Cooper, Henry 53 Cooper, iudy 53 Cooper, eRoy 66 Cornwell, Gerry 53 Council, Carol 72 Council, Lynn 45, 53 Crabtree, Dick 66 Craft, Kitty 30, 33, 38, 72 Cramer, Larry 66 Cramer, Lynn 26, 46, 53, 93 Cresswell, Juanita 72 Criswell, Bill 41, 45, 72 Crose, Peggie 72 Crowell, Bonnie 66 Crum, Charlene 54 Culliton, Alike 54 Cummer, Jeff 36, 54, 88, 92, 94 Cummins, Brenda 72 Dahlin, Roberta 66 Dale, Gary 72, 83, 91 Dalke, Elaine 66 Dallas, Toni 31, 36, 54 Danberg, Ken 66 Daniel, Marcia 72 Davidson, Dianna 32, 72 Davis, Lee 66 Davis, Marc 54 Davis, Marilyn 32, 42, 66 Day, Dick 66 Dealy, Pat 42,54 Dean, Carolyn 72 Deaton, Jerry 72 Denton, Jim 66 Deaton, Leonard 26, 54 DeFnzio, Peggy 25, 66 Dekker, Bruce 54 DeLateur, Frances 72, 79 Delzer, Gladyse 66 Denney, Frank 72 Denny, Clyde 66 Dillon, Ron 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 66, 91 Dittman, Susan 36, 42, 66 Dittmar, Rick 35 Doak, Lois 35 Donahey, Kathy 30, 36, 38, 39, 66 Donald, Wayne 54 Domer, Diane 72, 96 Dorobis, Candy 72 Dorobis, Judy 66 Downing, Peg 66 Drinkwater, Ben 28, 66, 88, 89 Druse, Charlene 32, 66, 79 Dudrey, Joellen 45, 54 Du.ncan, Daryl 32, 66 Dunning, Jim 32, 72 Dutcher, Roy 32, 72 Dutcher, ancy 36, 41, 54 Dutton, Paul 72 Dye, Jeff 54, 86, 92 Dykes, James 66, 86, 92 Ea le, Eldon 54, 81, 82, 92, 95 Eaiin, Jerry 36, 54 Eaton, Don 32, 66 Ebel, Myrna 45, 54 Eckles, Dave 54, 78 Eddy, Margaret 66, 79 Edgar, Karen 66 Edinger, Jim 38, 66, 92 Edwards, Larry 33, 72 Egge, Bob 66, 82, 88, 92 Ehmer, Pat 41, 66, 82, 83 Eichler, lVl31'Y 21, 54, 79, 96 Eidsmoe, Lewis 72 Ellsworth, Anita 66 Elrod, Tim 66 Emerick, Don 30, 38, 50, 54 Enbom, Gaylord 32, 72, 83 Englestadter, Bill 66 Ensminger, Doug 46, 63, 80, 81, 82, 85, 92, 95 Erickson, Carol 50, 55, 96 Evans, Dorothy 26, 47, 55, 78 Evans, Laurel 26, 45, 47, 55, 78, 84 Evans, Sharon A. 36, 66 Evans, Sharon 111. 72 Evosevich, Dawn 42, 66 Faulkner, Helen 72 Fellows, Linda 72 Ferguson, Jerry 72 Ferguson, Nomaan 33, 55 Fielding, JoAnn 32, 66 Finch, Pat 42, 66 Findley, Chuck 66 Fitch, Bill 46, 47, 55 Fletcher, Sherry 72 Fluegge, Sandra 72, 79 Flynn, Kathy 72, 79, 96 Folger, Barbara 32, 66 Fosshage, Gail 72 Fosshage, Suellen 42, 66 Foulkes, Gary 55 Fountain, Dave 45, 72 Fowler, Ginny 26, 30, 31, 38, 39. 43, Frank, Judy 42, 55 Frank, Larry 21, 26, 47. 55 Franklund, 1Vendy 72 Frederick, Linda 72 Freitag, Jim 32, 72 Freshwater. Frank 66, 92 Gnger, Larry 33, 55 Gagnon. Frances 66 Gale, Gan' 72 Gamble. Dean 66, Sl, 82, 83, 92, 95 G.1no,Jnn 55 G:1nn,J11net 66 Garlic. Penny Tl, T9 Gnrbutt. Laddie 21, 30, 36. 55 Gardiner, Diana 7.2 Gardner, Barbara 55 Gardner, Dionne 66 Gardner, Marlene 72 Gn1'ino,Puula T2 Garrett. Dick 66 Gurrctson. Bob 66, 82, 89, 92 Cause. Judy 55 Ccrtli, llugh 31, 32, 33, 34, 55 CiLtSClxC, Bob 55 Gicscr. Helen 66 Gicser, Jerry 66 Gilbert, Roberta 26, 55 Godfrey, Larry 72 Goldswortlty, Ann TZ Goode, Barbara 72 Gould. Judi 31, 35, 55 Grunt, Claudia 56 Graves. Mack 66, 80.82, 88. 90, 92, 94 45, 55, 78, 84 Gray, Gary 66, 83 Greene, Jay 66, 92 Greenough, Faye 72 Greenup, Patsy 42, 56 Gregory, Twila 26, 42, 56 Gregory, Viola 32, 72 Grey, hlaribeth 27, 28, 30, 31, 36, 56 GriEth, Larry 83 Hagel, Pat 64, 66, 79 Hagemeier, Doris 56 Hall, Bev 66 Hallauer, John 66 Hallett, Steve 43. 66 Halley, Noreen 27, 31, 32, 44,-45, 50,56 Halvorsen, Jerry 66, 83 Hammond, Neil 63 Hammons. Louise 66 Hansen, Gary 66, 80, 82, 83. 92 Hansman, VVard 35, 56 Hanson, Dave 72 Hanson, Kenneth 56 Handison, Tom 47, 56 Hardman, Nancy 27, 28, 29, 31, 32, 33. -15, 56 Hardman, Neva 32, 34, 72 Harrington, Judi 31, 33, 34. 66. 79 Harris. Glenda 56 Hart, Jeanne 70, 72 Hartinger, Bob 66 Hartinger, Linda 72 Hartness, Mark 31, 35, 66 Hartshorn, George 72, 83, 86, 87, 92 Hanshorn, Jim 72, 88 Harvison, Jim 21, 66, 82, 92 Hassell, Bill 35, 45, 72 Hassell, Dennis 35 Hatch, Joan 28, 66, 79 Hatfield, Barbara 27, 44, 46, 56 Hatfield Kay 72, 79 Haubrich, Dolores 72 Haubrich, Elizabeth 56, 93 Havnaer, Mike 21, 67, 89 Hawkins, Andy 56 Hawkins, Dinah 21, 73, 93 Heilbrun, Sharon 73 Heintzman, Kathy 67 Heit, Carolyn 36, 73 Helliesen, Henry 73 Herr, Curt 73 Herr, Randy 36, 73 Hill, Artinoe 73 Hill, Francine 73 Hill, Ginger 67 Hill, Sandra 30, 38, 73 Hilliard, Richard 67 Hilliard, James 56 Hinchy, Dean 73 Hinchy, Diane 67 Hively, Lynn 21, 42, 67 Hobson, Nancy 31, 35, 73 Hoff, Ross 73 Hogsett, Dan 56, 86 Hohenshelt, Vicki 67, 79 Hoit, Steve 67 Holmes, Sharon 73 Holt, Howard 73 Holt, Judi 73 Holt, Tom 56 Hooper, Cheryl 73, 79 .Hooper, Emma Lou 32, 56 Hooper, Randy 73 Horning, Randy 73, 83 Howell, Corky 23, 67, 86, 92 Hoiavell, gihn gf, 82, 92 Hu son, ay I Hughes, Nick 30, 31, 36, 33, 57, 92 Huighes, Sue 36, 73 Hu et, Sharon 73 Hull, Dee 67 Hull, Nancy 22, 25, 30, 67 Humble, Linda 67 Humes. Helen 31, 36, 42, 67 Hunt, Jesse 73 Hunter, Lynda 57 Hutchings, Joyce 73 Hyde, Bob 57 Immel, Don 57 Irey, Steve 73, 83 Irwin, Randy 57 Jacobson, Judy 67 Jaelier, Darlene 67, 79 Ja ola, Linda 73 Jennings, Bill 73, 89, 92 Jennings, Earl 31, 36, 73, 96 Jennings, Gene 67 Jochim, Phil 57, 92, 94 Jochim, Stanley 67 Johnson, Bill 73, 91 Johnson, Gary N. 36, 73 Johnson, Gary R. 45, 73 Johnson, Don 67, 83 Johnson, Frankie 31, 32, 57 Johnson, Iola 36, 38, 57 lohnson, eff 73 Johnson, udy 67 Jones, Gil 36, 57, 80, 82, 92 JOHBS, Mary Anne 67 Jones, Nancy 30, 38, 57, 78 Joneschild, Bill 57 IlEauti.ma5l1,l7gonald 57 auz ari 1, usanne 4 27 31 3 en H , 'at 36, 67 Kendrick, Jim 73 Kendrick. Mike 44, 67 Kennard, Connie 73 Kent, Gratia 31, 36, 45, 57 Kerns. lim 31, 32, 33, 43, 67 Kershaw, Mari Ann 73 Kerth. Katherine 73 Kessinger, Betty 32, 73 Keyes, Karolyn 73 King, Bill 31, 33, 57 King, Corwin 39, 44, 45, 67, 82 lxinnear, Bill 32, 33, 34, 67 Kirby. Gary 73 Kirsch, Fred 67, 92 Knuth, Larry 67 Rocher, Ken 32, 67 Koehler, Nlichal 27, 29, 45, 57, 93 Koenig, Dwayne 58 lxorn. Steve 58 Krebs, Ken 73 Krieger, Dorothy 31, 32, 33, 45, 58 Krueger, Larry 73 Kryzsko, Phil 67 lxuehn, Jerry 31, 32, 33, 58 Laiferty, Leonard 73 LaFortune, Dick 67 Lake. Dave 73 Larnbson, Carol 67 Lamciaman, Linda 67 Lan is, Dave 33,67 Lane, Ron 67 Larsen. Dick 33, 67 Larson, Jerry 21, 58 Latham, Janice 67 Latta, Sharon 58 Layfield, Doug 43, 67 Layheld, Linda 33, 34, 73 Lea, Louis 73 Lebcns, Jeff 73 LeCocq, Susan 42, 67 Lee, Ross 58 Lee, Sandra 73 Leendertsen, Don 67 Leinbach, Sharon 27, 45, 47, 58 Leingang, Ken 58, 92 Lenhard, XVayne 58 LeRoss, Sharon 27, 45, 58, 79 Lesser, Marian 73 Lewis, Janet 73, 79 Liebert, Faye 67 Linden, Leslie 73 Lindquist, Larry 73 Linger, Diane 36, 67 Lipdaert, Judy 42,67 Lis , Jay 73 Little, Virginia 67 Litzenbcrger, Sherry 67 Lockhart, Buh 32, 73 Liocrch, Randy 67 Long, Carol 58 Long, Donna 73 Lung, Patsy 67 Longsine, Dan 73 Low, Richard 32, 73 Lowery, Jerry 67 Luppino, Charlotte 67 Lusty, Quayle 73, 83 Lynch, David 41, '73 Lynch, Loretta 63 Lynde, Bill 58 Lyon, Margaret 30, 38, 73 MacDonald, Garth 73 MacDonald, Janice 31, 35, 67 Madden, Ron 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 67, 82, 83 Maddox, Dick 42, 58 Madill, Jim 58 Magness, Kerry 30, 67 Maldonado, Ray 45, 73 Manda, Diana 73 Manda, Sandra Kay 42, 58 Maring, Fran 33, 73 Nlarks, Patty 73 Marsh, Sharon 73 Marshall, Susan 74 Martin, Carolyn 74 Martin, Gene 44, 58 Martin, George 27, 50, 58, 81, 82, 96 Marvin, Lynne 28, 30, 36, 38, 67 Mason, John 59 Mathis, Tony 74 Mathus, Linda 59 Matthews, John 67 Mattson, George 44 Maxey, Chester 67 Mayer, Dan 67, 82 Mayfield, Janice 46, 67 Mays, Marsha 27, 28, 30, 31, McAleer, Bob 31, 33, 59 McAleer, Jim 2, 31, 35, 67 McCabe, Jim 74, 82, 83 McCarthy, Norm 67 McCausland, Dean 74, 83 McCausland, Kathy 59 McCaw, Ray 45, 67 McCay, Jerry 36, 67 McCay, Lynell 31, 36,42, 59 McFarlane, Nancy 67 Mclntosh, Bob 33, 59 McKenzie, Stan 4, 22, 27, 28 McKie, Mary 59 McLean, Eva Jane 67 McLean, Linda 45, 47, 59 McMurry, Mike 74, 83, 91 McNeice, Gary 68 McNett, Janet 68 McVey, Mickey 31, 32, 68 Means, Don 74 Medema, Lymn 68 Meeks, Larry 74 36, 38, 39, 45, 59, 78 , 29, 30, 32, 33, 59, 96 Meilleur, Maureen 31, 33, 45, 47, 68, 93 Meilleur, Maurice 31, 32, 33, 34, 64, 68 Melton, Glen 68 Meyer, Kathleen 74 Meyer, Linda 68 Meyer, Ron 68 Mildfelt, Kathryn 68 Miles, Vera 74 Miller, Beth 74 Miller, Marianne 74 Mills, Penny 68 Mitchell, Marsha 74 Blix, Bill 59 lvlizell, Jean 43, 68 lV1ollett,Waymon 59 lllonasrnith, Phil 74 Montgomery, Ken 74 Montgomery, Steven 91 Nloore, Carol 68 Moore, Neely 68 Morford, Katherine 68 hloriarty, Mike 68, 83 Moriarty, Pat 21, 30, 45, 68 Moriarty, Terry 59 Morisette, Marilee 74 Morris, YVayne 59 Morrow, Karen 31, 59 Mudd, Bonnie 42, 68 Murphy, Pete 68 Murphy, Pete 68, 83 Mussetter, Linda 30, 38, 74 Myers, Lee 74 Myers, Vickie 59 Nagala, Don 36, 74 Nason, Mike 68 Naylor, Dennis 59 Neely, Carole 59 Neer, Molly 74 Nelson, John 20, 27, 29, 30, Nelson, Sharen 74 Nelson, Sherry 74 39, 60, 80, 82, 83, 92 Nelson, Trudy 21, 22, 23, 27, 30, 60 Nethercur, Linda 47, 68 Netter, Ron 60 Newport, Judy 45, 68 Nicholas, Marilee 60 Nicholas, Rick 74 Niles, Linda 42, 68 Nixon, Mike 30, 38, 39, 46, 68, 92 Noel, Leonor 74 Norris, Jim 74 Norton, Charles 60 Nossaman, Larry 45, 68 Nott, Doug 35 Ocobock, Carl 60 Ocobock, Harold 41, 74 Oldham, Earlene 74 Olsen, George 21, 68, 92, 95 Olsen, Phil 74 Olson, Louise 74 Orkney, Malcolm 74 Owen, Mollie 74 Owens, James 74 Paine, Janice 74 Paisley, Sheila 60 Palmer, Dave 68 Parks, Baba 74 Parrish, Arlene 60 Parrish, Dave 21, 60, 78, 95 Parish, Ralph 43, 60 Paulsen, Irene 74 Pedersen, Carol 31, 36, 68 99 Peloqum Paul 31, 32, 33, 34, 44, 60, 86, 92 Perharn, Leslie 70, 74 Perry, Frank 60 Pettijphn, Judi 31, 36, 68 Pettyjohn, Alayne 21, 27, 31, 36, 43, 47, 60 Peyrollaz, Victor 60, 87 Picatti, Nancy 74 Pickering, Susan 68 Piekkola, Ron 60 Pierson, Bertha 68 Pitchford, Loren 28, 31, 36, 38, 45, 68, 91 Pitzer, Pete 74, 91 Poe, Terry 74 Pothier, Sharon 74 Pouliot, Lloyd 45, 74 Powell, Jo Ann 74 Prine, Linda 68 Pugh, Mike 36, 74 Pulliam, Paul 60 Rall, Carlton 28, 68, 96 Ramos, Eugene 44, 45, 60, 82, 86, 92, 94 Ramos, Jerry 74, 83 Rand, Geneva 74 Rapp, Carol 3l,36, 46, 60 Rapp, Lora Lee 36, 68 Raber, Bill 35 Reber, Jack 74 Records, Sky 68, 93 Reed, Dick 68 Reed, Karen 74 Reed, Marilyn 74 Reese, Lee 61 Reeves, Rick 32, 74 Reich, Roger 25, 68 Reimenschneider, David 35 Renfrow, Willamae 31, 32, 33, 61, 93 Rennie, Bob 68 Reynolds, Roger 68 Rhodes, John 74 Rhodes, Ron 32, 68 Rice, Eddie 36, 74, 86 Rice, Janice 61 Rice, Mike 21, 74, 82, 89, 92 Rich, Sandy 22, 68 Richards, Lynda 68, 79 Richardson, Jim 74 Richey, Adele 35 Richings, Suzanne 74 Richmond, Dean 74 Rieder, Neena 74 Riemcke, Jennifer 61, 78 Riley, Claire 61, 80, 82, 83, 92, 93 Ripley, Herb 74, 83, 91, 96 Ritchy, Andrea 35 Rittenberg, Cheryl 21, 36, 74 Robb, Lee 61 Robertson, Judy 74, 96 Schafer, Karen 27, 45, 61 Scherer, Steve 75 Scheuffele, Faith 68, 79 Schindler, Jeannette 68 Schooley, Mary 61 Schoonhoven, Janet 36, 75 Schroeder, Henrietta 68 Schuh, Rudy 68 Schulz, Laurie 21, 38, 68 Schut, Fern 31, 36, 69 Scott, Van 75 Sears, Susan 28, 69 Sebastian, Richard 27, 43, 44, 61 Seedorf, Judy 75 Semon, Lee 75 Seymour, Jackie 25, 30, 42, 69 Shafer, Stan 69 Shaffer, Dave 61 Shanks, Charles 61 Shanks, Jerry 69 Shannon, Bette 70, 75 Shapiro, Vicki 21, 31, 36, 69 Sharpe, Kathy 21, 24, 30, 31, 36, 69 Shaw, Dave 69, 82 Shaw, Ted 69, 80, 82 Sherbahn, Rodney 69 Shockley, Sue 69 Shreve, James 75 Shuford, Mary 45, 47, 69, 79 Shuyler, Clara 69 Sieber, Barbara 75 Sixkiller, Vernon 75, 86, 87 Skordal, Jim 32, 33, 34, 69 Slagle, Richard 75 Slagle, Ron 69 Smiley, Joan 25, 30, 69 Smith, Dale 61 Smith, Danver 41, 75 Smith, Phil 75 Smith, Sue 75, 79 Smith, Susanne 31, 35, 75 Snow, Donna 75 Soden, Pat 46, 47, 62 Sondgeroth, Karen 62 Sorenson, Dick 62 Sowder, Barbara 75 Spanton, Barbara 75 Speaks, Laura 36 Spencer, Dianna 21, 69 Spencer Judith 32, 69 Sprouse, Pat 42, 69 Spruce, Annette 75 Standley, John 69, 82, 92 Stanley, Mike 75 Steiner, Vance 32, 33, 62 Steinhilb, Kim 75 Stephens, Dennis 33, 75 Stephens, Fred 4, 25, 30, 69 Tuttle, Sandy 62 Tyrrell, Candy 35 Ubelaker, Jack 62 Ulrich, Gretchen 28, 46, 69 Upton, Garry 33, 69, 82, 83, 92 Utterback, Linda 45, 62 Vachon, lW.ike 69, 82, 86, 92 Valdez, Anna Mae 69 Van Dorn, Marlee 75 Van Fossen, Linda 75 Van Tassel, Judi 69 Varco, Marta 30, 39, 62 Varco, Paula 75 Varco, Steve 62 Vogt, Mary Lyn 24, 27, 30, 62 Wade, DeAun 36, 42, 62 Wadc, Marcienita 36, 45, 75 Wadekamper, Verlie 32, 34, 75 Wagaman, Denny 33, 63 Wagner, Joan 21, 63 Walker, Doug 43, 63 Walker, Kenneth 30, 38, 39, 63 Ward, Sheri 75 YVardell, Robert 75 - XVarren, Nancy 45, 63, f8 VVaters, Carol 75 Vllatkins, Betty 24, 30, 69 WVatts, Randy 75 Vlleaver, Bob 75 VVeber, Duane 69 VVeigand, Diane 63 1Veist, Kathy 42, 63 lllenzel, Sharon 75 VVestberg, Mary 5, 28, 31, 69 VVeston, Susan 63 1fVetmore. Trudy 42,-13, 63 VVetzel, Connie 33, 39, 75, 79 VVhalen, Patrick 75, 83 YVharton, Philip 75 XVheeler, Logan 75 NVhite, Bob 21, 69, 81, 82, 92 VVhite, Janice 75 YVhite, Patricia 75 YVhitman, Stewart 75 ll7hlIlTl81'1, lYillard 75 XVhitney, Bob 69, 83, 92 Vllhitney, Sally 21, 69 Wie, Chuck 69 Wiecking, Carol 28, 69 VVight, Robin 2, 31, 36, 69 1fVight, Steve 69, 86, 92 VVi1cox, Darlene 75, 79 Wfilcox, Joyce Tobius 63 VViley, Donna 63 Wilkens, Bev 25, 63 ' 'l 36, 68 Stephenson, Pat 22, 28, 30, 35, 38, 39, 69 VV'1let, Jayne 75 ggggiallxlagtlinrgg Stevenson, Ann 96 XVilliamson, Gloria 69 Roe Bev 27 45 61, 78, 85 Stock, Berylene 69 XVillingham, Mike 33, 38, 69 Roeiu, Larry, 681 74, 91 Stock, Judy 75 Xllillingham, Pat 35 Roethlisberger, Linda 42, 68 Stoddard, Chad 31, 32, 33, 69 Hvilson, Bill 69 7 Homme Roberta 47' 61 2i?fE51!?aiS,Si, 75 WEEE' 8211 31624850 ggos' 655325433 Stubner: Judy 62 XVilson: Margaret 3l', 36, 38, 75 PP' Suksdorf, can 75, 91, 94 wimcm, Helen 69 Rosen, Bob 68 ,. V 7 R ,. 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