Eisenhower High School - Reveille Yearbook (Yakima, WA)

 - Class of 1963

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" my 4 , J, gfuuxzflfy - rn Y, 4 gc, V , f X ,, ,ff-, ,- . W1 .7 W , ,, . ., - f ---'1----- - A--, ffrw-A-Q-::12:,:.ff wb ,ww wr.,-W, v . V ,Y ,Er,5,,,. ,s 14, A. .,,. 21? 3 V .- 1 15- 5 .- -rx 43 wg, P u E I Q GIRLS' NONETTE: ROW lf Linda Herr, Laurie Englund, Vicki Harrison, Sue Montgomery, Karen Rice, Pam Egge, Janet Lisk, Glee Hall. ROW 2: Marline Cauley, Louise Krug, Lindo Paul, Pat Moore, Joanne Hansen, Paula Red- man, Joy McClure. ORCHESTRA: left to right, Judy Warninger, Karen Westberg, Bar- bara Low, Warren Wascher, Karen Nelson, Kathy Childress, Jean Shockley, Linda Buys, Marvalou Tufts, Mr. Don Graham, Ward Walker, Frances Irvin, John Val- dez, Mary Jane Graham, Evelyn Monaco, Rod Eells, Jim Lamb. The Eisenhower delegates from the orchestra to All-Northwest this year were Bert Dunn and Frances Irvin, Delegates from the band were Tom Chapman and Dennis Hassell. They participated in the Northwest divi- sion of the Music Educators Na- tional Conterence in April. NONETTE ORCHESTRA l STUDENTS FORMING NOTE FLAG: left to right, Jim Buzitis, Kathy' Bohoskey, Lois Doak, Shirely Jennings, Vicki Hughes, Carol Doane, Mary Eding- er, Tisha Dennis, Vicki Morford, Jan Olsen, Marilyn Skidmore, Diane Berg, Margie Marks, Carol Fouch, Kay Miller. STEM: boys reading top, left to right, Dennis Clement, Colman Gilkey, John Crimin, Rick Tobia, Lewis Miller, Dick Landis, Steve Hill, Jim Burns, Chris Johnson, Dennis Hessdorfer, Steve Stev- enson, Frank DiMario, Skeet Stoddard, Lynn Dye, Rick Turner, John Knuth, Ter- ry Frost, Bob Wught, Don Reed, Dave Connell, Jim Scha er, Barry Schoengarth, Jim Hanson, Carl Fouch, Tim Jochim, Larry Brown, Warren Wascher, Dick Beckett, Lonnie Robertson. NOTE: tap, left to right, Beckie Shearer, Kathy Pickard, Jeanette Graves, Karen Bergstrom, Beth Reed, Pat VanAmburg, Chris Hamper, Gwen Aller, Judy Smith, Pat Weber, Donna Holder, Lindo Well- ington, Diane Lewis, Bonita Clem, Nor- ine Beeck, Merrily Druse, Andrea Ritch- ey, Beth Verstrote, Sandi Shropshire, Deanne Alderson. The Cadet Choir, directed by Allen Boyer, began a series of public appearances with the Fall Concert. Included in the years schedule were the Christmas Concert, the television Crusade of Choirs, sponsored by Keith and Keith, the Ensemble Contest and the Music Festival in which the choirs of Eisenhower, Davis, Yakima Valley College .participated The chair finished the year by sir1g.ng at Baccalaureate. CHOIR STRING QUARTET: left to right, Warren Woscher, Karen West- berg, Judy Warninger, Frances Irvin. JUNIOR GIRLS' TRlO:. Pam Egge, Joanne Hansen, Sylvia Davidson, accompanist, and Cathy Campbell. CHORAL GROUPS MADRIGAL' SINGERS: ROW l: Deanne Alderson, Carol Fouch, Rick Turner. ROW 2: Andrea Ritchey, Pat Weber, Carl Fouch. ROW 3: Chris Hamper, Kathy Bohoskey, Steve Hill. ROW 4: Marilyn Skid- more, Vicki Hughes, Rick Tobia. ROW 5: Jeanette ?!'Og'ES, Beth Reed, Warren Wascher. ROW 6: Tim oc im. GIRLS' GLEE CLUB: ROW I: Kathy Whitaker, Sandy Shapiro, Vicki Harrison, Linda Herr, Adeen Perry, Judy Jenkins, Cathy Campbell, Dorothy Fergel, Janet Lisk, Doris Mitchell, Glee Hall. ROW 2: Laurie England, Barbara Long, Donna Graves, Sandi Guthrie, Karen Rice, Sue Haney, Marline Cauley, Joanne Hansen, Pam Egge. ROW 3: Carol Pedistal, Carol Frank, Linda Albut, Lynda Paul, Louise Krug, Pat Moore, Carol Kocher, Paula Redman, Georgia Stone, Joy McClure. I4 'fir ' ,ADD IWUSKI T0 STUDENT UFE MEN'S CHORUS: ROW I: Garden Briggs, Bob Hagemeier, Pat Law, Carl Russel, Bill Donahey, Everett Logan, Dave Sleutel, John Boyle, Ross Cadigan, Jim Hanson. ROW 2: Steve Thomas, Dan Williams, Bob Waters, Rick Gardner, Dave Shaw, Russ Thomas, Darryl Robins, Dave Robins, Wendall Clark, Al Churchill, Bill Hislop. ROW 3: Steve Laughter, Sieve Schwartz, Tom Forler, Larry Gilkey, Jim Thomas, Jim Anderson, Bob Wight, Mike White, John Crimin, Mike Godfrey, Dick Walters. SOPHOMORE GIRLS' TRIO: Sherry Rynd, accompanist, Karen Rice, Sue Haney, Lynda Paul ' If The commissioners seated around the table are Linda Esther, publicity, Russ Barron, elections and awards, Dave Sinclair, interschool relations, Patti Cline, social affairs, Marcia Paine, clubs, and Denny Cole, assemblies. l Members of the Senate were, left to right, ROW lr Al Churchill, Phil Sauder, Chris Lawson, Linda At- wood, Kathy Parker, Donna Barton, Patti Cline, .ludy Warninger, Carl Fouch, ROW 2: Gary Cramer, Linda Paul, Russ Barron, Margaret DeLateur, Rod Fitch, Mark Glaspey, Dan Dealy, Dan Litzenburger, Frank DiMario. ROW 3: Karen'Westberg, Terry Johnson, Darlene Mann, Tom Atwood, King McPherson, John Denend, Jerry Stein, L. T. Hill, Steve Schwartz. ROW 4: John McGahan, Elaine Hawkins, Mary Edinger, Karen Dahlke, Vicki Hughes, Jo Martin, Karen Rice, Mary Roberts. STANDING: Bill Eyman. Cindy Ulrich, USE secretary, was faithful in taking notes for the Senate and Cabinet. STUDENTS LEARN PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF GOVERNMENT STUDENT LIFE at Eisenhower is governed by the Cab- inet, composed of four elected officers and six appointed commissioners, and by the Senate, which is made up of homeroom representatives and the presidents of all clubs and organizations. USE President Stu Weber, gavel in hand, led numerous Cabinet meetings and assemblies. As treasurer, Tom Atwood's big jab was to count money. Bill Eyrnan, as president of the Senate, conducted Student Council meetings. REVEILLE STAFF Ann Hislop, eclitor, and Lois McDonald, assistant editor, spent many mornings checking layouts. Caught in the act of taking the drill teom picture were Mrs. Lippert, advisor, and Ken Whitmire, professional photographer. Senior members Bob Udell, Karen Pearson, Howard Wises, and Molcolm Ulrich inspected the end sheet designs prior to mailing. New Iunior members Mata Hudson, Carol Niles, Ruth Thiessen, Mary Williams, Kathy Nutley, Laurie Cowin, Richard Brewer, and Jeff Leigh proofed all triplicotes before each mailing. The new 1964 editor, Jeff Leigh, taking ad- vice fram an old hand, Howard Wiese. Lyndal Keith, managing editor Bob Vogle photographer Dave Johnson sports editor, Martha Sebastian associate editor and Hr Time editor found problem solving a pleasant pastime New reporters this year were Sue Kent, Mal- colm McDonald, Marii Sturgis, Cindy Ulrich, Kathy Pickard, Cynithe Ulness, and Margaret Wick. Death, portrayed by Nick Cooper, observed the action from the apple tree. "On Borrowed Time," a dramatic comedy about an old man's love tor his grandson, was presented by the iunior class November lbth and 17th. The leads were Mike Bohoskey in the role of Pud, Barry Curtis as Grandfather Julian, and Nick Cooper played Mr. Brink, a character representing death. Also featured were Kenna Thomas in the role of Nellie, Marcia Paine as Demetrio Riffle, Diane Blondin as Marcia Giles, Den- nis Cole portrayed Dr. Evans, Russ Barron played Mr. Pile- beam, Jerry Duff as Mr. Grimes, Phil Fossum, "the boy," and James Wight completed the cast as "the workmanf' The cast gathered for the final curtain call. , Q twig: fs . ,W ,ef W V Y:. Mtm ,.,, 5 e W n BORRQWED ,signs is ig 1 l Grandmother, played by Kenna Thomas, and Aunt Demetria Riffle, by Marcia Paine, discussed Pud. Pud, co-star of the story, eniayed a pleasant talk vyith his grandf father, who played opposite him. , ll ll H.M.S. PINAFORE "H, M. S. Pinaforef' a satire of Victoria's navy, was pre- sented by the sophomore class May 17th. The stars were Warren Wascher as Sir Joseph Proctor, "admiral of the Queen's navy," Tim Jochim as Captain Cor- coran, Rick Tobia in the part of Ralph Rackstraw, and Andrea Ritchey as Josephine. Kenna Thomas portrayed Little Butter- cup. Linda Wellington was Cousin Hebe, and Barry Curtis played Dick Deadeye. Tim Jochim and Kenna Thomas had a talk on the deck of the H.M.S. Pinafore. Warren Wascher pondered a prob- lem as Rick Tobia, Andrea Ritchey, Kenna Thomas, and Tim Jochirn considered the happiness of their plight. The crew of the H.M.S. Pina fore stood at attention. ' . Q ...,..-.ge Georgia Stone and Paula Redmond sang u vocal duet. BROADWAY IN RHYTHM . . . was- the theme chosen for the 1963 Ike l-lilarities. Twenty acts in rapid succession exhibited a variety of talent in music, dance, and song. IKE HILARITIES Mood dancing was the theme of a modern routlme Dancers were, left to right, Patti Murphy, Janine Puerce Vrcku Lewus, Sandy Nuff, Trudy Hartley, and Cathy Kim Vandiver, Linda Frank, Barry Curtis, Andrea Ritchey, and Marcia Paine practiced for fall initiation of new Thespian members. THESPIANS Thespians is a national honorary organization opened to all students who have worked in the school's dramatic productions. Besides speaking parts in per- formances, members earned points toward initiation by working on costuming, staging, prompting, and make-up. The membership this year totaled 21, including members from all three classes. Mrs. Mays, play director and the Thespian advisor, worked on make-up tor the part of Mr. Brink, played by Nick Cooper in 'On Borrowed Time," Thespian officers clowned on stage: secretary Marcia Paine, president Russ Barron, l-if1ClU Frank drew ON DGHHFS C0le's eyebrows and vice-president Andrea Ritchey. Deanna Alderson Kathy Bohoskey Tom Chapman Barry Curtis Marilyn Dittman Margo Duncan Tri-M officers, left to right: Kenna Thomas, executive marshal, Andrea Ritchey, historian, Dennis Fluegge, presi- dentg Leon Frank, vice-president, Margo Stiltner, treasurer, and Lois Doak, secretary. TRI-M Tri-M, Eisenhower's music honorary, was established to recognize the outstanding achievements in choral, band, and orchestral work and was directed this year by Mr. Herbst, Mr. Boyer, and Mr. Graham. The sophomore and iunior members included the following: Dave Burke, Cathy Campbell, Steve Dale, Sylvia Davidson, Laurie England, Steve Fendos, Phil Fos- sum, Jeanette Graves, Donna Holder, Francis Irwin, Tim Jachim, Chris Johnsen, Jan Lisk, Joy McClure, Kay Miller, Sandy Naff, Dan Penhallegon, Kathy Pickard, Paula Redmond, Lana Roehr, Scott Schreckengost, Jim Thompson, Rick Tobia, Marvalou Tufts, Par VanAmburg, Beth Verstrate, Theo Wellons, Margaret Wick. Bert Dunn Mary Edinger Tina Eichler Dennis Fluegge Leon Frank Steve Hill Margo Stiltner Andrea Hollar Ran Hough Marilyn Knobel Beth Reed Andrea Ritchey Marilyn Skidmore Kenna Thomas Rick Turner Bob Vogel Gretchen Van Penn Ward Walker Judy Whitaker 24 QUILL AND SCROLL Quill and Scroll is the International High School Honor Society for Journalism. Members are selected from the staffs of the Five Star Journal and the Reveille, The basic requirement for membership is to have written 50 inches of printed copy. Eisen- hower's chapter honored S. I. Anthon two years ago when it named its chapter after her. Miss Anthon, Mr. and Mrs. Martin, and Mr. and Mrs. Murphy are invited as honored guests to the annual initiation, which was held this year at the home of Lyndal Keith. Advisors were Mrs. Edna Bailey for the Five Star Journal and Mrs. Florence Lippert for the Reveille. Quill and Scroll officers, left to right: Lyndal Keith, treas- urerg Martha Sebastian, ways and means chairman, Anne Hislop, secretary, Dave Sinclair, vice-president, and Lois McDonald, president. Junior members were, left to right, Gynithe Ulness, Malcolm McDon- ald, Carol Niles, Kathy Nutley, Kathy Pickard, and Jeff Leigh. Corry Brockett Anne Hislop Dave Johnson Lyndal Keith Lois McDonald Martha Sebastian Dave Sinclair Bob Udell Cindy Ulrich Malcolm Ulrich Bob Vogel Howard Wiese 5 Linda Atwood Tom Atwood Marilyn Brown Phil Souder read the oath to the other officers in preparation for the fall tapping assembly. Officers were: Phil Souder, president, Anne Hislcp, vice-president, Malcolm Ulrich, treasurer, and Linda Frank, secretary. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY The National Honor Society tapped a total of fifty students for membership this year in one fall and one spring assembly. This year's chapter was almost twice as large as Eisenhower's initial group in 1958. In addition to the two assemblies a spring picnic was held for members and guests. The profit from this function was donated to the foreign exchange student program. 26 Fifteen percent of each year's senior class is tapped into National Honor Society. At the spring assembly five percent is taken from each iunior class, and the other ten percent is selected as seniors in two assemblies, one each semester. Each spring assembly thus involves tapping both iuniors and seniors with the iuniors providing the carryover each year. The National Honor Society sets the minimum grade average at 3.0 to be eligible for initiation. After a student qualifies in this respect and if he is still in the top fifteen percent of his class, he is judged on the other three cardinal principles of the national organization . . . LEADERSHIP, SERVICE, AND CHARACTER. Russ Barron Karen Bergstrom Donna Borton Janet Brown Patti Cline Mike Coleman Colin Conant Nick Cooper 'Parents and friends congratulated the initiates after the spring tapping assembly. Bill Eyman was escorted to the stage for the initiation ceremony, SCHOLARSHIP . . . LEADERSHIP . . . SERVICE . . . CHARACTER Trina DiMario l.ois Doak Each new member received an NHS membership card. Sharon Eckhcrdt Dennis Hassell - , .:.. M3 C ,, ,.., i . I ,,:, ,I Denipiis Fluegge Linciafranli A s i rtrs I R . H L K ., T stre 1 'O yn G e' ei nf issr l rrsr 2 ,rts srrs A 1 lrrr K in . , ,fsi f,I1 VVk,, . ri- -- 5 f-,i 1- sf: ir' rh' ter,s Linda Esther Bill Eyrnari Anne Hislop Andrea Hollar 30 COUNSELOR'S OFFICE ASSISTANTS: SEATED: Lyndal Keifh, Stefani Fletcher, Bill Eyman, Judy Knapp. STANDING: Diane Lewis, Pai Hammond, Jean Amon, Mary Floren, Barbara Galland, Marsha Hieberf, Larry Rockwell, Terry Foulkes, Pam Ulrich, Sarah Scott. STUDENT ASSISTANTS OFFICE ACTIVITY OFFICE ASSISTANTS: ROW I1 KOTIW PGVIYSF, BOOKSTORE GIRLS: Vickie Feitush, Margie Morris, Sharon Eckhardt, Vicki Morford, Joanne Hansen, Roxanna Rice. ROW 2: Cindy Ulrich, Chris Ruth Gregory, Sharon Epperson, Mary Lou Perry. Hamper, Larry Klavano, Stu Weber, Tom Atwood, Jean Amon, Jim Myers. PRlNCIPAL'S OFFICE ASSISTANTS: SEATED: Barbara Kessenger, Nancy Browning. STAND- ING: Kathy Wiesf, Andrea Hollar, Nancy Hyndman, Dolly Dietz, Bette Webster, Chris Lawson, Jane Osborn. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: SEATED: Sharon Wenzelow, Kathy Jenkins. ROW I1 Marilyn Schafer, Barbara Williams, Deanne Alderson, Frances Schafer, Donna Jordan, Gretch- en Newman, Carole Hawley, Louise Burns, ROW 2: Sandy Morinville, Karen Pearson, Marilyn Dittman, Irene Wat- kins, Shirley Marsh, Kathy Bohoskey, Becky Nixon, Linda Esther, Susanne Nettes, Nancy Kraus, Mary Floren. LIBRARY ASSISTANTS: SEATED: Tim Roberts, J. D. Cady, Bob Mims, Dean Woodburn, Bob Wight, Dean Gano, Doug Mathews. ROW lr Mike Johnson, Jerry Borgens, Lyle N Reis, Bill Clem, Dave Connell, Jim Hutchins, Everett Lo- gan, Jerry Walker, Loren Davis. Students gain practical experience in office classes during each period of the school day. These classes are under the direction of the rffice secretary or the faculty member in- volved. ATTENDANCE OFFICE ASSISTANTS: Penny Hofer, Mary Lou Perry, Karen Korach, Karen Dahlke, Mary Edinger, Jill Rolfe, Della Fisher, Sandy Phelps, Janet Quinn, Sandy Kukuczka, Sharon Eckhardt, Ruth Fellows, Claudia Brill, Jim Anderson, Mr. Cube. PROJECTION CREW: The pro- iection crew serviced the Audio-Visual department un- der the direction of Mr. John Wilson. Members were re- sponsible for handling all visual aid material, the ed- ucational television sets and films. PROJECTION CREW Ed Foat, John Hartford, Fred Hyatt, Maureen Kraus, Susan Carol Hawley, Ron Sanalo, Floyd Little, Mike Mangine, Jerry Klapstein, Bill Lunbom, Bob Bavum, Gary Lantrip, Larry Grif- Schliep, Larry Brown. fin, Joel Band, Eddie Galland. SABRES: Rick Driver, Darwin Berry, Larry Rockwell, Dick Brewer. SABRES, the boys' service club, served the school by helping at dances, as- semblies, plays, and games. STAGE CREW: The stage crew was composed of members ofthe Stage Craft Class directed by Mr. Boyer. This group operated the public address system and provided the stage facilities for all plays and assemblies. TRAFFIC CONTROL: The Eisenhower Traffic Control was responsible for main- taining a smooth flow of traffic around our school. Pedestrian and vehicular safety were the primary obiectives. Certified as auxiliary policemen, the members of this organization directed all traffic and parking at school functions. STAGE CREW: BOTTOM: Carl Fouch, Dennis Darden, Wen- dall Clark. ON LADDER: Tom Forler, Lyle Reis, John Knuth, Bob Wright, Fred Hyatt, Jerry Speth, Paul Weigand, TRAFFIC CONTROL: ROW I: Jerry Schliep, Larry Roi, Dave Slevetell, Dick Brewer. ROW 2: Fred Hyatt, Rod Eells, Ron Nelson, Captain Dennis Hassel, Mike Mangini. 4 - .... , - i, i" 'M fgffffgmii if - -- . I., X Mijn- X W., 'gt if iff!! faqs, , -f' ,:g'aa 'i-W " ,..... 5 V 01. "'i ART GUILD The purpose of the Art Guild is to help members become more aware of art in their school and daily lives. With membership open to all students, this club has met a long felt need by providing posters, bulletin board displays and advertisements for school events of general interest. The year's agenda included presenting the Washington State Uni- versity traveling art show, helping to distribute American Education Week leaflets, and rotating stu- dent art work in the display case. Officers were Tahna Samuelson, president, Ray Marshall, secretary, Linda Zarley, vice president. Pat Weber, treasurer, is not pictured. Pictured are Sharon Eckhardt and Kathy Jenkins. 1. Pictured are Tahna Samuelson, Ray Marshall, Mr. Ncosz, advisor, Gnd l-iftClG Z0"leY USHERS Nearly sixty girls participated in the busy schedule of the Ushers Club. Activities such as Open House, choral concerts, plays, debate tournaments, IKE Hilorities, Baccalaureate, and Commencement gave all girls interested a chance to participate. Head ushers were Sharon Ecks hardt and Kathy Jenkins. CAP AND GOWN This group of iunior girls was responsible for measuring all seniors for their graduation robes and for repairing, boxing, distributing, and checking in the gowns after ceremonies. Cap and Gown members were Carol Niles, Ruth Theissen, Paula Prescott, Charlene Schafer, Sandra Bond, Suzanne Sargeant, June Howell, Rachel Ulrich, Anne Gal- braith, Vicki Englund, Pat Car- mody, and Pat Healey. Officers Nancy Hyndman, president, Linda Atwood, secretory, Sandy Nllff, treas- urer, and Charlene Schafer, vice-president, left the school for a field trip. GIRLS' LEAGUE This club, emphasizing friendship, fellowship, and unity among Eisenhower girls, is one of the school's active service clubs. Selling "mums," sponsoring a rum- mage sale, preparing Christmas baskets for needy fam- ilies, sponsoring such activities as the Mid-Winter Formal, "Northern Lights," and the Mothers' Tea kept members busy. This year the Girls' League presented a useful gift of card tables to be used for special activities for the coming years. Officers pictured were, SEATED: Bette Webster, secretary STANDING: Sandy Phelps, treasurer, Sue Spaulding, vice president, and Chris Hamper, president. MEDICAL CAREERS CLUB One of the new clubs formed at Eisenhower in 1963 was the Medical Careers Club. This club's purpose was to give students interested in medical careers a chance to broaden their knowledge of the fields of medicine. Besides the regular business meetings, several speakers, including doctors, physical therapists, laboratory technicians, and teachers, addressed the club. The members took field trips to St. Elizabeth's Hospital, the School of Nursing there, and the Selah childrens hospital. The club had o point system through which members received club pins. Points were corn- piled by attending meetings, by helping in service groups, and by participating in field trips, The American Cancer Society, the Heart Association, and other similar organizations sponsored several films for the Medical Careers Club. f '51 BOYS' FEDERATION Composed of all the boys at Eisenhower, the Boys' Federation worked in coniunction with the Girls' League on many proiects. These included the following: Christmas baskets for needy families, providing Christmas trees for the decoration of the school, and sponsoring the Mid-Winter Formal. Officers Les LeRoss, president, Bill Raber, treasurer Phil Souder, viceepresident, and Bob Cardiff, secre- tary, procured Christmas trees for the school. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CLUB Formed during Eisenhower's first year, this club serves the purpose of bringing together students who are interested in promoting their understanding of national and international affairs. Programs included reports on the European and Mexican tours sponsored by American Heritage Association. The members participated in Model United Nations, spon- sored a talk by a Yakima Valley College foreign exchange student, and made plans to financially aid the American Field Service pro- gram. This year's officers, Marcia Paine, vice-president, Chris Lawson, president, Anne Hislop, program chairman, and Sue Kent, social chairman, looked over new social studies textbooks. MODERN LANGUAGE CLUB The Modern Language Club is composed of students who are studying or have studied French, Spanish, or German, This year the club sponsored the award-winning film "The Red Balloon," had a Christmas party with a pinata, helped start the American Field Service Program at Eisenhower, and finished their activities with an annual spring banquet. Officers pictured in the language laboratory were: Joanne Hansen, Spanish secretary, Roxanne Rice, French president, Janet Salisbury, French secretary, Kim Vandiver, German president, Jeanie Haslet, MLC vice-president, Stefani Fletcher, German secretary, Diane Davies, German vice-president, Vicki Lewis, MLC secretory, Roger Eokin, Spanish president, and Richard Patter- son, MLC president. JUNIOR CLASSICAL LEAGUE Any student taking second-year Latin is eligible for initiation into the Junior Classical League. No- vember 6th the newcomers ioined the club at the annual slave auction. Other activities included a banquet and a picnic in the spring. JCL provided entertainment and culture in the Roman style for Eisenhower's Latin students. Officers Margaret DeLateur, secretary, Kim Vandiver, vicee president, and Malcolm Ulrich, president, looked over the librarys collection of books about Roman culture, K' - ' ' ' F.f.ieVsA . , ' ' 1 Q 1 SPEECH AND DRAMA Developing the student's ability to speak effectively in public is the primary purpose of Speech and Drama. Presenting the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Veterans Day assemblies, sponsoring IKE Hilarities, planning skits for pep assem- blies, making up the members of the play cast, and participating in Student Report on KIMA radio were some of the activities to which this class contributed. Seated foreground: Linda Davis, Sherry Wood, Glennctta Montgomery, Margaret DeLateur, Elaine Hawkins, Mary Williams, Laurie Daniel, Rachel Ulrich, Kathy Cooksey, Laura Walker. Kneeling: John Boyle, Pat Garber, Jane Applegate, Jim White, Standing: Dick Landis, Claudia Records, Linda Zarley, Rosemary Shreve, Terry Foulkes, Marcia Paine, Al Churchill, John Crimin, Mary Lou Perry, Bobbii Kinnear, Roger Eatkin, Patty Murphy, Stefani Fletcher, Mrs. Mays, advisor. SPEECH AND DEBATE 'The Speech and Debate class had a full schedule dur- ing the year, the debaters' main goal being to increase their abilities in the art of debate and public speaking. Members spent many hours on weekends, schooldays, and after school perfecting their arguments on the year's topic, 'Reciprocal Free Trade," and participating in actual debates. Teams and individuals debated at Wenat- chee, Columbia Basin Junior College, Pacific Lutheran University, Sunnyside, Moses Lake, the District Tourna- ment, the University of Puget Sound, and the Individual Tournament in the spring. Also, there were a number of round-robin debates with other local schools. The Archangel Gabriel appeared to Mary in the school Christmas program presented by the Speech and Drama Class. Marcia Paine was Gabriel and Jane Applegate was Mary. Smiling debaters flanked by Mr, Zylstra, advisor, were, SEATED: Pam Martin, Becky Elliot, Karen Pearson, Kathy Nutley, Anne Galbraith, Bruce Geib, Jo Ann LeCocq, Vickie Feitush, Bill Eyman, Pat Ford, Tia Moore, Martin, Russ Barron, Nick Cooper, George Smith, Jerry-Mizell, Larry Kla- Leslie Throssell, Gay White, Ron Shaeffer. STANDING: Mr. Zylstra, Sharon veno, Fred Palmer, John Anderson, Dave Cannell, Dennis Fluegge. Mayo, Cheri Mize, Martha Carson, Judy Jones, Carol Danberg, Jo Ann MATH CLUB The Math Club, newly organized at the beginning of the year, provided interested mathematic students with a worth- while organization far furthering their interests and knowl- edge in mathematics, The club viewed several films and enioyed talks by local mathematicians. The members prepared papers, each doing research on a topic that interested him in particular, and presented their reports to the club. Meetings were frequently used for working problems that were espe- cially rigorous and challenging, Officers as pictured were: Mr. Fisher, advisor, Phil Kopp, vice-presi- dent, Tom Mathieu, president, Steve Werner, secretary, and Nancy Brown, treasurer. FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERlCA The Eisenhower chapter of FFA afforded future agriculturalists a chance to perfect their skills and learn new ones. One of the first activities of the year was hosting the West Valley FFA at an initiation followed by livestock iudging at several fairs and apple iudging at Chelan and Highland, Fall money raising proiects included operating a booth at the Central Washington Fair, and furnishing a concession stand at the Ike-Pasco football game. During National FFA week, February T6- 23, the club sponsored the annual Sweetheart Ball. Another project in- volved printing and distributing programs for the district basketball tournament. FFA president Steve Hill earned a trip to Kansas City by being selected one of the three top livestock iudges in Washington. He also won a local speaking contest, placed second in the sub-district, and entered the district competition. Dan Olson, who won a calf at a scramble, showed his calf at Yakima and at Portland, where his animal placed first in its classifica- tion. - 7 s -Q V vguwmr-g'tg,,gw Officers who inspected apples were, Douglas Burrill, reporter, Gary Cramer treasurer, Ray Breer, sentinel, Steve Hill, president, Hal Ehmer, vice-presi dent, Bill Lunbom, historian, and Dan Olson, secretary. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA Associated with the National Organization of Future Teachers of America, the main purpose of this club is to foster careers in teaching by helping members to better select the particular field in which they are interested. This year's program included: Experience Week, dur- ing which senior FTA members taught a class in one of the grade schools, the Tea for Teachers given for the Wilson and Eisenhower faculty members, and the annual potluck dinner at the end ofthe year. president, Patti Cline, president, Karen Bergstrom, secretary and Lyndal Keith, treasurer. The slightly camera shy officers were, Andrea Richey, vice- 37 S i i l a SCIENCE CLUB The Science Club was another of the new clubs formed during the year. This organization aimed to provide the science students at Eisenhower with an oppor- tunity to further their knowledge in various fields of science. Most of the members were biology students. At the club's weekly meetings, members worked on their individual proiects. GALES, the Girls' Athletic League of Eisenhower, has been an active group this year. Officers were: Sherry Wood, treasurer, Sue Kent, president: Phyllis Wilcox, secretory, Judy Whitaker, social chairman, Bev Collings, intramural chairman, and Jo Officers were: Allen Jones, secretary: Steve Lambert, vice-president, Karen Holt, treasurer, Bruce Martin, president, and Mr. Jones, the advisor. Lettermen's Club is composed of all boys who lettered of football, basketball, wrestling, baseball, track and ROW l: Terry Antles, Don Layfield, Don Reed, Dave Howard Wiese, Stu McPherson, Lloyd Megenity, Bob meier, Hal Ehmer. ROW 2: Lonnie Middleton, Mark Mil Rick Pinnell, Jim Carpenter, Dennis Chambreau, Rod Fi Martin, vice-president. LETTERMEN'S CLUB in the varsity sports tennis. Pictured are, Dillon, Paul Adams, Gilmore, Bob Hage- ler, Gary Martinkus, ich, Dan Dealy, Tom Atwood, Jim Schafer, Dale Sunitch. ROW 3: Dave Sinclair, Steve Dale, Loren Davis, Everett Logan, Jerry Walker, Jim Hutchins, Barry Schoengarth, "". H. . f. ft :L Bill Roe, Dave Harnden, Al Churchill, Curtis Stoddard. ROW 4: Steve Strosahl, Lonnie Robertson, Rick McGahan, Tom Wielgos, Randy Russac, Dan Litzenberger, Larry Rockwell, Dave Johnson. ROW 5: Dick Brewer, Paul Sondergroth, Dick Mildfelt, Fred Palmer, Ed Reid, Spud Edmondson, Ralph Thompson, Darryl Smoot, Kim Thompson, Jim Thomas. ROW 6: Larry Turner, Bob Waters, Stu Weber, Ron Offret, Leon Frank, King McPherson, Bgb Keltner, Mark Glaspey, Tom Waits, Curtis Thompson. Mr. Hutton was a visor. - S . fx . wg , fig 1 ,M f" '6' rf Vf f,v4 fx 1 115 3 ifig Q, N 1 jj! 1' X E Q, ' ww U 0 x Rally Squad Joann LeCocq Mary Edinger, Kathy Cooksey Ruth Fellows Aurelia Coff- man Vrckl Hughes Vrckre Fentush, Kathy Bohoskey CHEER AND RALLY Cheer leaders: Glee Hall, Stu McPherson, Karen Dahlke. "WE'VE GOT THE SPIRIT THAT A GOOD SCHOOL NEEDS This Cheer Squad flipped! ,ag The five finalists in the Temperance theme contest sponsored by the Iota Sigma Chap- ter of the WCTU, left to right, were Russ Barron, Nick Cooper, Pat Healey, Bill Eyman and Charles Stiles. Bill Eyman was judged first place winner with 525, Nick Cooper, second place with 515, and Charles Stiles, third place with STO. 42 Boys State delegates this year were Dennie Cale and Dick Wal- ters. Sylvia Davidson was chosen Girls State delegate. This summer she will travel to Central Washington State College, while Dick and Dennie will attend Pacific Lutheran University. HONORS This summer ten iunior and two sophomore Eisenhower students had the privilege of participating in the American Heritage Youth Trav- el program. Left to right, Vicki Lewis, Pam Lynch and Carol Koch- er toured the East Coast. Mary Williams, fifth from the left, went to Mexico, while Vicki Lugar, Anne Galbraith, Laurie Cowan and Jane Applegate spent fifty days in Western Europe. Not pic- tured are Kathy Nutley, Karen Rice and Marilyn Beam who also toured the East. Cindy Rider, left, won first place in the llth and 12th grade division of the Eagles Spelling Bee, and Rhio Hove, not pictured, won third place. Lynne Shaeffer, right, placed first in the 9th and 10th grade division. Vicki Feitush and Rod Fitch admired the decorations. t NORTHERN LIGHTS Nancy Hyndman served at the punch bowl. l MID-WINTER FORMAL Mary Williams and Russ Barron paused at the punch bowl. Steve Hill, F.F.A. president, crowned Janine Pierce Chapter Sweetheart. FFA SWEETHEART BALL Pictured with F.F.A. members and Jo Ann Le Cocq, 1963 Sweetheart, the candidates, left to right, were Ja Ann Martin, Janine Pierce, Lana Raehr, Vicki Lugar, and Sandy Nuff. 43 , I ' ' 'lfilnf ' !'L.L".' ' I' Pictured left to right, TOP ROW: Mike Bunch, Judy Whitaker, Trinc Di Mario and Rod Fitch. SEATED: King McPherson and Cindy Ulrich. 44 HILLBILLY HOP From top to bottom are Bill Hislop, Margaret De Loteur, John Boyle and Kay Miller. On the left, TOP ROW: Steve Stroschl und Dan Deuly. KNEELING: Anne Hislop und Diane Myers, On the right, STANDING: Kcrlene Bladow, Robin Orkney and Pot Cczrmody, SEATED: Al Churchill, Jim Carpenter and Vicki Luger. Corryung out the theme Suyonuro, the rumors constructed ct pagoda exnt to the court Phil Fossum made the last minute touches. Three busy girls concentrated on pointing the tem house roof the morning of the big doy. The oriental theme, Scyonorct, featured o punch bowl ond fortune cookies ot the door of the tea house. PRCM 1 963 it, , R A Shirley Ogle was one of the many iuniors who helped on the prom committee. Flunked by two football players, the Homecoming ccndidcmfes for 1962 were, left to right, STANDING: Bob Gilmore, Barry Schoengcrth, Sue Kent, Rod Fitch, Jim Burns and Dan Deoly. SEATED: Puf Weber, Aureliu Coffman, Pciul Adams, Vicki Hughes, Karen Dahlke, and Diane Myers. HOMECOMING 1962 Princess Por Weber and Prince Barry Schoengcrth. Princess Kciren Dchlke cmd Prince Dan Dealy 4 f ! 1 48 2 1 an 1 - f , f,--. sys, 'f,. mfwffw fQ1w1Lef.,':-'wwf' Law f ,az .Mg , . . A.: nwvvxuu.uzumm.m1sAxs . . Paul Adams SPCRTS Kim Thompson DAN DEALY DAVE DILLON JIM BURNS LOREN DAVIS MARK GLASPEY BOB HAGEMEIER Keeping with an established Eisenhower tradition, the Team asked for spiritual guidance before the game. ED REID BILL ROE BARRY SCHOENGARTH DAVE SINCLAIR VARSITY FOQTBALL The 1962 varsity football season was highlighted by our 26 to 7 win over Davis. Completing the season with a 5 win 3 loss record, Eisenhower emerged with the Northern League Championship. Cadets nominated for the Northern All-Stars were: quarterback Bob Gilmore, halfback Mark Glaspey, fullback Barry Schoengarth, tackle Dennis Chambreau, and center Dan Litzenberger. Named to Big Seven second team berths were tackle Dennis Chambreau and halfback Mark Glaspey. ' Paul Adams, who last year was nom- inated Big Seven fullback was elimin- ated from competition due to iniuries. steve stRosAHi. RALPH THOMPSON LARRY TURNER STUART WEBER ?4s4fi-1-' fi-,--..,fsW,?,.,s, .,,,s if 'IH Coach Hutton's facial expression displayed the intensify of the game. SEASON'S RECORD ...Posco.., ...6 .. Ellensburg .. 6 ,..WapoTa .. ...O Walla Wollc .. ...'l2 Sunnyside .. ...7 .. Richland .. .. .12 .. Kennewick .. ...l5 ..Dcvis... ...7 Mark Glaspey broke loose for cz yard-gaining rush against Davis. Another Eisenhower touch- down was scored against the Wapoto Wolves. l Jim Carpenter outdistanced the Wolfpack in routing Wapato 28-O. Bob Gilmore struggled for yardage in the Davis game, Coach Hutton reviewed some strategy with a Cadet player NORTHERN LEAGUE CHAMPIONS l962 CADET VARSITY FOOTBALL TEAM: ROW l: Jim Burns, Bob Hage- meier, Dale Sunitch, Randy Russac, Larry Turner, Bob Gilmore, Mark Glas- pey, Terry Anfles, Jim Carpenter, George Edmondson. ROW 2: Don Reed, Loren Davis, Dan Litzenberger, Gary Jones, Ron Offret, Dan Dealy, Fred Palmer Steve Dale Gary Martinkus Steve Strosal-il ROW 3- Jim Thomas -K M M -1 , H COACH CLAYTON FRAZIER COACH MILTON HEGSTROM COACH DON HOLDER JUNIOR VARSITY The Eisenhower B Squad, sparked by an active team spirit, completed the season with a 6 win-1 loss record. The Cadets de- feated Davis, Ellensburg, Wapato, Sunnyside, Toppenish, and Mar- quette, losing only in the final Davis game. This team should prove to be a valuable asset in the future. THE 1962 EISENHOWER B SQUAD: ROW I, left to right: Glen Shaw, Phil Kopp, ROW 2: Bill Thomlinson, Gary Walters, Curt Edwards, Gary Harker, Jim Kennedy, Ladd Medema, Pete Schulz, Dick Jones, John Beam, Dave Cook, Steve Opolsky. ROW 3: Coach Clayton Frazier, Coach Don Holder, Greg Glover, Max Bunnell, Rick Bradley, Dick Kuehn, John Fulmer, Ed Student trainer Bob Cardiff and varsity managers Dick Brewer and Jerry Schliep kept players and equipment in shape. Lowery, Gary Grendal-il, Mike Magula, Nick Lippert, Greg Hinkley, Dick Walters. ROW 4: Fred Giard, Robert Brennen, John Crimin, Tim Sommer- ville, Norm Robinson, Eugene Haubirch, Jim Snyder, Darrel Hobson, Roland Curtis, John Lewis, Bill Hislop, Ken Ulrich, Art Thomas. SEASONS RECORD IKE 43 Hermiston . 57 Hermiston . 52 Kennewick . . 59 'Kennewick . . 45 Kelso ....... 65 Mark Morris . . 51 Davis ...... 69 Sunnyside . 60 Ellensburg . 62 Pasco . . . 69 Toppenish . 49 Wapato . . 68 Richland . 43 Sunnyside . 55 Ellensburg . 55 Pasco . . . 50 Davis ..... 57 Toppenish . 66 Wapato . . 58 Richland . THE VARSITY BASKETBALL TEAM OF 1963: Tom Atwood, Spud Edmondson, Steve Dale, Terry Antles, Don Layfield, Dave Dillon, King McPherson, Dave Sinclair, Mike Meyer, Stu Weber, Jim Anderson, Bob Gilmore, Rod Fitch, Dan Dealy, KNEELING: Manager Steve Strosahl, Coach Farnam, Manager Gene Folkestad. VARSITY BASKETBALL According to Coach Farnam, the 1963 Eisenhower basketball team was one ofthe best-balanced teams in our school's history, and this made it possible for Coach Farnam to use a two-platoon attack most of the season. The seasons highlight was ai last second double overtime victory over arch rival Davis. Stu Weber's 20 foot lump shot from the head of the key broke the tie in the last seconds of the second overtime to give Eisenhower the narrow victory. The members of the 1963 Eisen- hower varsity watched the iunior varsity perform in the iamboree. 5,2 Ski Nev 21- 1, 5 2 X 3 S f k b , A -L my V 1' ff ev ,of 'R ff EI :- B Q :aw w W1 12 5 Q 1 n Qi 552 A Q' ..,,,J, ?M Ex- Y, y i ,Q . -A 4 T' Q ,mi fs 91552 X31 , x NJ W, ,D may w SEASON'S RECORD IKE 23 Davis ...30 43 Hermiston . . . .38 51 Hermiston . . ...38 46 Kennewick . .. .47 44 Kennewick . . . .40 37 Davis ... . . .20 39 Davis . . . . . 18 64 Sunnyside . . . .34 34 Ellensburg . . . . .35 3b Pasco ..... . . .37 55 Toppenish . . . .30 57 Wapato . .39 43 Richland . . . . .51 48 Sunnyside .. . . .53 51 Ellensburg .. . . .37 44 Pasco .... . . .32 59 Davis .. . . .42 43 Toppenish . . . .29 58 Wapato . . . .42 42 Richland . . . . .60 DAN DEALY DAVE SINCLAIR Coached by Mr. Beetchenow, the Sophomore Team members gained valu- able be u experience in basketball, which will sed at Eisenhower in future years. These boys displayed excellent sports- YTTCIDS hip and a desire to play in their regular before-school practices. SOPHOMORE TEAM: ROW I: Bruce Brines, Gary ham, Mike ROW Mike brink, tain, Heimbigner, Randy Russac, Bob Cocker- Mike Benson, Alan Jones, Larry Adams, Robertson, Ken Frank, Steve Stevenson. 2: Coach Beetchenow, George Nagel, Brown, James Englund, John Vanden- Bob Baldwin, Gary Fischer, Jon Foun- Pete Galbraith, Dick Carlton, Dana Ovens, Manager Ed Lowery. 1963 EISENHOWER B SQUAD: ROW li Coach Wright, Rick Thompson, Gary Martinkus, Jerry Stein, Glen Shaw, Ron Litzenberger, Manager Dick Mildfelt. ROW 21 Bill Johnson, Greg Hinkley, John Beam, Dick Swartz, John Crimin and Manager Dave Samson. The T963 Eisenhower B Squad compiled a record of thirteen wins and seven losses by defeating Davis three times, Hermiston, Toppenish, and Wapato twice and Kennewick, Sunnyside, Ellensburg, and Pasco once with single losses to Davis, Kennewick, Ellensburg, Pasco and Sunnyside and a double loss to Richland. Credit goes to Coach Keith Wright for a successful season which would indicate good prospects for next year. VARSITY WRESTLING The 1963 Wrestling squad completed another successful season this year compiling a 9 win-3 loss 1-tie record. The Cadet grapplers defeated Naches ltwicel, Sunnyside, Wapato, West Valley ltwicel, Toppenish, Zillah, and Highland. They lost to Mt. Vernon, Moses Lake ltwicel, and tied with Davis. Twelve wrestlers went to district competition and five went from this to the state tournament. Jeff Giard took first place in his weight class, Ike's other state wrestlers were Ron Maxey, Stuart McPherson, Paul Adams and Lloyd Megenity. Jeff Giard, wrestling in the 148 pound division, became Eisenhower's first state champion. Stu McPherson of Eisenhower had Richard Hausken of Davis in a rough spot during their X 130-pound match. McPherson went on to score a 3-O decision, but the two teams fought to a 19-19 draw. Lloyd Megenitv displayed the intense action which was prevalent throughout the 1963 wrestling season. EISENHOWER VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM: left to right, ROW lg Rick Brad- Ron Offret. ROW 3: Coach Keith Farnam, Rick McGahari, Bill Johnson, L. T. ley, Dick Mildfelt, Jerry Walker, Spud Edmondson. ROW 2: Tom Atwood, Hill, Don Layfield, Fred Palmer, Jerry Spaeth, Ron Litzenberger. Not pic- Dan Litzenberger, Steve Strosahl, Dave Dillon, Dan Dealy, Howard Wiese, tured Bob Gilmore. COACH KEITH FARNAM NORTHERN LEAGUE BASEBALL CHAMPIONS "' i Keeping with a three-year Eisenhower tradition, the 1963 Eisenhower Baseball Team captured the Northern League Championship but lost a chance for the Yakima Valley Championship to the Pasco Bulldogs, who defeated the Cadets twice in a three game playoff. IKE had a record of ll wins and 5 defeats. STEVE STROSAHL HOWARD WIESE DAVE DILLON s SQFKi L?i ?zf ' ' N- f i ' B SQUAD BASEBALL TEAM: left to right, ROW I: Delbert Dolliver, Curtis King, Steve Stevenson, Dick Swart, Mike Herr, Mike Benson. ROW 2: Coach Milton Hegslrom, Kurran Howard, Jim Englund, Dennis Snider, Bob Baldwin, Jim Kennedy. ROW 3: Doug Marshall, Bruce Blanchard, John Cushing, John McGhan. ROW 4: Joe Reynolds, Doug Metcalf, Mike Meyer, Chuck Hatch, Dan Penhallegan. Left To right: Head manager Jerry Walker and assistant Dick Mildfelt. IKE lg ?"mYs'de ' " JS Boa GILMORE asco . . . 6 Pasco . . . v . ,l3 7 Toppenish . - A 6 4 Selah . . - - 3 2 Wapato .,... - . 7 5 Ellensburg ..... . . 6 17 Central Catholic . . - - 2 1 l Noches ........ . . 5 4 West Valley . -. 2 20 Cle Elum . . . . . l 8 Marquette . . V . 0 8 Highland . . . . 7 4 Davis . . . . O 0 Pasco . . . . 8 4 Pasco . . . . 7 MILTON HEGSTROM, COACH TOM ATWOOD DAN DEALY RON OFFRET DAN LITZENBERGER Davis Relays IKE Davis Ellensburg Wapato Sunnyside IKE-Davis Dual Meet IKE Davis Pasco Invitational IKE Davis 6811, 42 15 914 9 6 80 43 61 45 Lewis 8g Clark Pasco Walla Walla Richland Wapato Kennewick Ellensburg Invitational IKE Davis Ellensburg Grandview Highland Moses Lake EISENHOWER TAKES 4th 35 West Valley 6 District 26 Prosser 1 IKE 26 West Valley Invitational Pasco 21 Davis 5016 Wenatchee Z Bimini Hudson's Bay 28 Wupmo Pasco I5 V2 West Valley Ellensburg 13111 Toppenish 74 West Valley 8 V, E , astmont 43 Kennewick 2 ' Ellensburg WV? Moses Lake X1 Moses Luke 8 V2 Sub-District Ephrata 8 IKE 84 Kennewick 8 Davis 56113 Sunnyside Ellensburg 18113 3 82 78 54 41 19 17 17 12 10 9 8 3 2 Hal Ehmer, who last year captured fourth in the state iavelin exhibit, added many points to track team victories. 64 Eisenhower's hurdlers included Bill Roe, Bob Keltner, and Dale Sunitch. Jim Burns, Bill Roe, Dale Sunitch, and Randy Russac took fourth place in the 880 relay event at Pullman. AT PU LLMAN QUALlElERS FOR STATE MEET Jim Carpenter l4Th in high iumpl Bill Roe l2nd in high hurdlesl Paul Adams list in pole vaultl 880 yard relay l5Th in relayl Randy Russac Dale Sunifch Jim Burns Bill Roe JIM CARPENTER-High Jump Barry Schoengarth and Dennis Chambreau displayed skill in the discus and shot pur events. Mile relay l5'rh in relayl Bill Thomlinson Curtis Thompson Stu Weber Bob Kelfner State Record Bill Ro?14 seconds the 120 yard hurdles. State Meer Aberdeen O' Dea Stadium IKE flat in 38 34 28 26 GLEN SHAW-Broad Jump GREG HINKLEY-Javelin Coach Don Holder started Ike sprinters in ci practice run, The mile relay team which took a fifth place at Pullman was corn prised of Bob Keltner, Curtis Thompson, Bill Thomlinscn, Stu Weber. T963 VARSITY TRACK TEAM: ROW iz Rick Pinnell, Skeet Stod- dard, Curtis Thompson, P. C. Kopp, Steve Dale, Randy Russac, Jim Burns, Bill Thomlinson, Bob Keltner, Stu Weber, and Bill Rae. ROW 2: Jim Carpenter, Dennis Chambreau, Dale Sunitsch, Glen Shaw, Dave Cook, Barry Schoengarth, Larry Turner, Hal Ehmer, Arland Wood, Gene Folkstead, and Dan Fouts. Row 3: Brian Square-Briggs, John Crimin, Mark Miller, Greg Glover, Dana Ovens, Greg Hinkley, Everett Logan, Doug Gray, Mike Bill Roe set G record of l4 seconds flat in the 120-yard high hurdle event. Lacy, Dove Sinclair, and Rick Lloyd. ROW A: Dan Tilley, Mike Cook, Steve Opalsky, Ken Mathis, Gary Heimbigner, Allen Jones, Chris Johnsen, Art Thomas, Paul Adams, Tim Sommerville, and Jerry Mizell. ROW 5: Mike Godfrey, Mike Magula, Gary Jones, Claude Oliver, Jerry Blanchard, Norm Robinson, Dick Schwartz, Mike Bohoskey, and David Collings. ROW 6: Coach Frazier, Les LeRoss, Jim Hutchins, Kerry Barr, Jahn Lewis, and Loren Davis. PETE JAMES KIM THOMPSON JAN SINSEL THE 1963 EISENHOWER TENNIS TEAM: ROW I: Sue Montgomery, Pam Lynch, Caroline Crum, Cindy Rider, Pot Van Amburg, Sue Kent, Margoret DeLateur, ROW 2: Kim Thomp- son, Steve Norris, Robin Orkney, Pete James, Darryl Srnoot, Dove Harnden, Robbie Cocker' ham, Rick Thompson, Eric Johanson, Phil Fos- sum, Tom Mathieu. DARRYL SMOOT SUE KENT 68 GIRL S' SPORTS Girls turning out for spring sports were ROW l: Carol Niles, Becky Mittlighter, Evelyn Monaco, Miss Basler, advisor. ROW 2: Janine Pierce, Peggy McVey, Jo Martin, Cheryl Yoerger, Shari Calvin. ROW 3: Wanda McGarger, Barb Lock, Janice Peterson. The girls too were athletic. After-school sports were held on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons of each week for Gales members and other interested girls. Tumbling, volleyball, and basketball were offered as indoor sports and baseball, archery, and girls' track for the spring. There were many opportunities for the track team to participate in invitational and other schaol-spon- sored track meets. Safe on first! Its a hit! Up up u u 5, Q. 2 ATHLETIC AWARDS Pictured on these two pages are a few of the athletic award winners and their trophies which brought Eisenhower fame in the sports annals for 1963. Tennis awards not pictured' went to Sue Kent, Scholastic and Inspirational, and Dave Harnolen, Captain. This year, Peter Schultz and James Cook were both named as winners of the John Jonas Award. This was the first time co- winners were recognized as those who most represent John Jonas' spirit and are most likely to play varsity football the following year. Basketball awards were received by Dove Sinclair, Scholastic, Stu Weber, Captain and Inspirational, Bob Gilmore and Dan Dealy, hon- orable mention for All-Valley Basketball Team. The football award winners this season were: Bob Gilmore, inspirational, Co- captain, and offensive player, Mark Glaspey, Co-captain, Dave Sinclair, Scholastic and blocking, Barry Schoengarth, "oil can" lgood humorlp and Mark Miller, defensive player. 70 Those who received track and field events awards were, ROW l: Dale Sunitch, Randy Russac, Bill Thomlinson, P. C. KOPP, Jim Burns, Paul Adams. ROW 2: Bill Roe, Curt Thompson, Stu Weber, Barry Schoengarth, Jim Carpenter, Dennis Cl-iearnbreau, and Hal Ehmer. Curtis Thompson, Bill Thomlinson, Stu Weber, and P. C. Kipp display the trophy they won at Pasco in the mile re ay. Baseball awards were given to Dan Dealy, Inspirational, Tom At- Wrestling award winners were. Dan Litzenberger, Inspirational, Jeff Giard, wood, Co-captain, Steve Strosahl, Scholastic, Dave Dillon, Co-captain. Slate Wrestling Champion and Scholastic, Stu McPherson, next year's captain, These three-year Iettermen were presented with autographed baseballs and Poul Adams, Captain. signed by the team, ..- E 11 w 4 wg 51 2? Qi Q Qi Q i 29? ' fig Q-N , fi-Af f'1sgvL1.Ls? fA V 1 2 X ..MA lg W 4. ., ,WW ,l 73 FACULTY AND ADMINISTRATION -Ae I i I Rr .. .. ,.v,:?E- 'mil .::.f:5l5IfiI::' :sig , ,:2, .::,, L Ng :,1.,,.. .:q, I M !:E: ,.., M I 1 Ns "E -am MILTON MARTIN Superintendent of Schools Message from the Superintendent: Student life has taken on a new look in order to meet the demands of our changing society. The student today to be truly prepared must have a combination of tough discipline, strenuous physical exercise and good scholarship. Sports, school activities and the pursuit of academics now require the successful student to operate at his full potential. No longer can he afford to run at less than full capacity. Competition is rugged in every area of endeavor. Knowledge is doubling in every decade. Studies are more difficult. College level courses are being offered in high school, and content formerly taught in high school is being moved to the elementary school. The good athlete or student leader must be intelligent and willing to work hard. We hope that all students will be cognizant of the competitive society in which they live, and that during these years they develop an enduring interest in the truly important as well as the self-dicipline and self-direction necessary to keep on learning throughout life. M. l.. Martin Superintendent of Schools Grouped around the desk in the main office are our three secretaries: Joy McGahan, Records Clerk, Secretary to the coun- selors: Betty Layfield, Principal's Secretary, and Virginia Shu- 74 ford, Assistant Principal's Secretary. ADMINISTRAT Smiling happily for our camera are the guidance counselors: Nellie Ethridge, Girls' Counselor, Girls' League, Future Teachers of America, Junior Class Advisor, and John Nicholas, Boys' Counselor, Boys' Fed- eration, Senior Class Advisor. ON DR. REX MCCLURE President of the Board Q' The School Board members, pictured during one of their regular business meetings, are, left to right: Robert Klovano, assistant superintendent, Rolla Goold, assistant superintendent, Roy Brown, board member, Dr. Rex McClure, president of the board, Mrs. George Hislop, board member: Paul Goode, board member, Arthur Church, secretary, Earl Klapstein, president of Yakima Valley College, and Robert McKinney, vice-president of Yakima Valley College. Student life at Eisenhower High School reflects myriad examples of successful and happy students. Their characteristics are similar. They take school life seriously. They take pride in their daily work. They look upon learning as an exciting and rewarding experience. They recognize the classroom as an area where they receive stimulation for further research and are intent upon gaining additional knowledge. Most of our students also find time to serve their school and community. They have discovered that the motto "service above self" practically applied brings joy and happiness to othens, in addition to self-develop- ment. The excellent work of our Reveille Staff and their advisor is typical of one aspect of our student life. I am constantly stimulated by and appreciative of the character and quality of our Eisenhower students. Ted J. Murphy, Principal Our administrative officers caught in the midst of their busy schedule are: Vernie Harrold, Assistant Principal, Ted Murphy, Principal, and Bob Rogers, Assistant Principal U Edl'1G BUHSY Evo Buckncrn Evelyn Love Ruth Wilkins English and Psychology English EngIi5h English l-ind!! IHLYWSS William Hughes and Janice Holder Hazel Cooke Flgrence Lippen Eng 'S French Und 5PUfN5l1 English English and Annual LANGUAGE AND HISTORY Keith Wflghl Doug Patterson and .lay Wilson EflQlISl1 German ond English Q A ' W -'57fif5" : swf.-':, ri, YF? fs-rf - it ' : S SS if -f Egg ,. .5 3,1-fjgf.. t gfggazy- wif? -- 1fW5's Wi'1ewv .Wi 21 - K K if ' N gpg-an-it Q I ' '3 , ' ' l ' Walter Lindquist Russell Sus Benlamin VanEoton Theo Mays History Librarian German and Spanish LUN,-1 and E,-,gigs l-SROY 59505500 Don Holder Cecil Zylstra Milton Hegstrom 76 l'llST0VY History History and Debate History Charles Naasz Keith Cabe William Herbst and Allen Boyer Donald Graham Aff History and Attendance Band and Chorus Orchestra Jay Helm Raymond Miller George Kreiger and Driver Education Mechanical Drawing W. C. Magness and Mathematics Woodworking and Shop CULTURAL AND Kay Basler, Sue Anson Physical Education physical Educcmm and Biology Keith Farnam and Art Hutton Driver Education and Physical Education Grace Hunton Typing and Bookstore Elma 5900. Hazel Nelson HCHT19 ECOUOFWCS Shorthand and Clerical Procedures John Wilson Agriculture and Audio-Visual Rosemary Thomas Typing and Bookkeeping 77 Gefgge ABEmChe'f1oW Lee Flsher d. Orville Renslo F. Murray Anderson 'e V' mem Ge0mel'Vf lnlelme 'cle , Mathematics and Prep Band Geometry, Intermediate and Geometry Algebra, and Math Analysis Algebm' and MGH, Anclysm SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS ,,..,,i3?. .. , ..... E .,. 9, .. ,ytt Q Ei-e'Ea s T, ,rege- as ...er Emi E r ,Less -ister tease si s ess was aa ee as i r is r -e -sa.. s s ' cs. t --tt:3"i:g.fii" i iiiifivlfi is 2.1" ' :sf ,- -stef.. 'W ' H ,- 'isif.:iZEE:. ":. Nicixiaiims - -'i'T..5i?'i:','.if, . -.liicif sill.. , -V r',i1l-.rr- 's??si-z- 1 rss-if-.-is -.,. ,. , ' esp - - - I Rrlfirsrsssc sr . , 'f' - s ' ' mirsftsriggsgs ,w .. - -. . . , gi,:i1:ggfsirsZsffr,. si . . --Ig - si::ri2gi:ss:is,.g:.zs..ggi:-- s- sr , r 47 .... f- - i' .41 ' 96, - - giglr' -' ig, - V ' ' .M . . Lawrence Countryman Youth Study Group Algebra Katharine Klise Clayton Frazier Hg,-old Jones Biology and Chemistry Biology Biology and Advanced Biology CLASSES AND ACTIVITIES F. MURRAY ANDERSON Classes: Geometry, rriterrrieoiaie algebra aria trigo- nometry, math analysis. SUE ANSON Classes: Physical education, biology. Activities: Pep Club, cheer squad, rally squad. EDNA BAILEY Classes: Sophomore English, psychology, iournalism. Activities: Five Star Journal, Quill and Scroll, KATHERYN BASLER Classes: Physical education, drlll team, Activities: GALES, Pea Club, girls' intranniurals. GEORGE BEETCHENOW Classes: Lite arithmetic, geometry. Activities: Senior Class Advisor, Assistant Sophomore Basketball Coach, ground supervision. ALLEN BOYER Classes: Stage cratt, choir, men's chorus, girls' glee. Activities: Choral groups, rri-M, Maolrigol. EVA BUCKNAM Classes: Sophomore and iunior English. Activities: Ticket sales lrilon-athleticl. KEITH CABE Classes: U.S. History, attendance counselor. Activi- ties: General activity supervision. HAZEL COOKE Classes: Sophomore English. Activities: Ticket sales lnon-athleticl. LAWRENCE COUNTRYMAN Youth Study Center. KEITH FARNAM Classes: Physical education, driver education. Activ- ities: Head Basketball Coach, Head Baseball Coach. LEE FISHER Classes: Geometry, intermediate algebra and trigo- nometry, math analysis. Activities: Math Club. CLAYTON FRAZIER Classes: Biology. Activities: Assistant Football Coach, Head Wrestling Coach, Assistant Track Coach. DONALD GRAHAM Classes: Orchestra. Activities: Instrumental ensem- bles. Tri-M. MILTON HEGSTROM Classes: Basic history: U.S. history, biology. Activi- ties: Assistant Football Coach, Assistant Baseball Coach. JAY HELM Classes: Driver education. Activities: Tlcket Sales lathletic eventsl, General Activity Supervision, LINDA HINES Classes: Sophomore and iunior English. DON HOLDER Classes: U.S. history. Activities: Sophomore Class Advisor, Head Track Coach, B Squad Football Coach. JANICE HOLDER Classes: First and second year Spanish, tirst year French. Activities: Ushers Club. WILLIAM HUGHES Classes: First, second and third year French. Activ- ities: Modern Language Club. GRACE HUNTON Classes: First year typing. Activities: Sophomore Class Advisor, Bookstore. ART HUTTON Athletic Department Chairman Classes: Physical education. Activities: Head Football Coach, Assistant Track Coach, Lettermen's Club, Boys' lriirorriarals. JACK JENNINGS Mathematics Department Chairman Classes: Geometry, intermediate algebra and trigo- nametry. HAROLD JONES Classes: Biology. advanced biology. Activities: Sci- ence Club KATHARINE KLISE Science Department Chairman Classes: Biolofly, chemistry. Activities: Senior Class Advisor. GEORGE KRIEGER Classes: Woodworking, advanced woodworking, Washington State history. WALTER LINDQUIST Classes: U.S. history, economics. Activities: Boys' intramurols. FLORENCE LIPPERT Classes: Sophomore aria iiiriiar English. Activities: REVEILLE EVELYN LOVE Classes: sopharriare aria iariior English. Aetiviiiesr Junior Class Adviser, English Text Book lzoarri Super- visor. W. C. MAGNESS Industrial Arts Department Chairman Classes: General shop, service shop, auto shop. Activities: Senior Class Advisor. THEO MAYS Foreign Language Department Chairman Classes: Senior English, first and second year Latin, speech ond drama. Activities: Plays and assemblies, Thespians, Junior Classical League. RAYMOND MILLER Classes: Mechanical drawing, pre-engineering, every- day math. Activities: Traffic Control. CHARLES NAASZ Art Department Chairman Classes: Commercial art, drawing, print making, ceramics, sculpture, painting, contemporary art. Activities: Art Guild. HAZEL NELSON Commercial Department chalrrriari Classes: First and second year shorthand, secretarial procedures, clerical procedures. Activities: School and Community Clerical Assignments. LEONARD PAINE Classes: Physics, electronics. Activities: Junior Prom, Chess Club, Ham-Radio Club. DOUGLAS PATTERSON Classes: First year German, sophomore and senior English. ORVILLE RENSLO Classes: Everyday math, prep band, al ebra, geom- etry. Activities: Sophomore Class Ajvisor, Chair Crew. LEROY SEBASTIAN Social Studies Department Chairman Classes: Comparative institutions, U.S. history. Activ- ities: Junior Class Advisor, International Relations Club. ELMA SENN Home Economics Department Chairman Classes: First, second, aria third year horse eeoriorn- ics. Activities: CGD and Gown Committee. RUSSELL SUS Librarian, Activities: Library Assistants. ROSEMARY THOMAS Classes: First and second year typing, bookkeeping. Activities: Ushers. BENJAMIN VAN EATON Classes: Second and third year Spanish, first and second year German. Activities: Honor society. RUTH WILKINS Enqlish Department Chairman Classes: Sophomore and senior English. JAY WILSON Classes: Senior English, vocabulary and aavarieea composition. Activities: Faculty Social Committee, Honor Society. JOHN VVILSON Agricultural Department Chairman Classes: Audio-visual, farm shop, agricultural sci- ence. Activities: Future Farmers of America, audio- visual. KEITH WRIGHT Classes: Sophomore, iunior, and senior English. Activities: Head Tennis Coach, Assistant Basketball Coach. CECIL ZYLSTRA Classes: World history, senior social studies, debate. Activities: Debate. .lack Jennings Geometry and Intermediate Leonard Paine Physics and Electronics ' lim J? af iifx .A, P L x X 4 A,.4 My sign kkxkk NM . fm f -- , K T W in rf' 5 by -4' 4f Z T b' IN , 5-,275 RIAM 1 QW' ,fig .vs ' . . -...Q X -ki!! -. ff' Fx .23-"'. R 'GEF ,Hg .21 .1 Z,-gfggn 'h ' 5 16,54 . . . K . fi sh.: 's f i x , 'E ' PM M- 'iglffz ' x -, 7 in ' as , W ' ' Q ' 'f' :dk 4' 'QV V Zi N gy . Q Evil? 'ff' M .,.. iff i- ' 539, 5 If fsjk V fyf ,wg Egg , 1,4 Qgpfuv is 'L K ' gmw QA' f"ti5LJJg5q,'V?Bfs f awisai 1 . L yawn WV !?fZ,?Ff , U 2 ' . 'ZZ9:.,,, '314i3Xfg,q 4 f-'E k 5 .,,fkf,R, f 4.3355 13 Q , V , Q .,fm5,f?-1.44 Agfa' i ff K ' 55" 4 tis: lm , 'gat . gl ju, 1 an , is E, 'ffxfvfw . fj ir," 2 ' f X 1223- , ,Q . , QV., Ag' J' " gf I bf. " 'Mk 36 if A' V ld V ' W sw ii' 'i 1 Q X . fi, V k K M,f 5 s ' . ,,,. ,, 3 ' 1 2 K 55,5 Q, f 1223 1 I -S-Mm:-.l"'Qis.awliN mfg gm The Sophomore officers seemed pleased with a comment made by their treasurer, Shari Colvin, pictured with vice- president Wanda McCarger, secretary Marilyn Beam, and president Frank DiMario. SOPHOMORE CLASS Dan Able Geri Achziger Kathy Ackerman Larry Adams Linda Albert Dana Alvins Ken Ames Sandra Amos Connie Anderson Craig Anderson Cyndy Anderson Guy Anderson Ron Anderson Terry Antles Gerald Armstrong Robert Brennen Rick Briant Mary Arneson Dennis Aust James Ayers Mike Baker. Rick Baker Bob Baldwin Karen Ball Kerry Barr Cathy Bartram Charleen Batt Rob Bauman Gail Baxter John Beam Marilyn Beam Lois Belcher Mike Benson Gordon Berg Jerome Berger Mike Bernazzani Paul Berryessia Mike Bickham Jim Bishop Richard Blair Bruce Blanchard Jerry Blanchard Diane Blondin Mike Bohoskey Nancy Bolm Cheryl Bond Rick Bradley Janie Brasuell Dave Brathovde Gordon Briggs Susan Brindamour Bruce Brines Sharon Brook Mike Brown Nancy Brown Dorothy Brunner Gary Burchett Edward Burnett Sheryl Burnett Louise Burns Dorothy Butler Larry Butler Linda Buys Kerry Camp Brian Campbell Sandy Campbell Susan Campbell John Dekker Dick Carlton John Denend Jeff Castro Gale Charles Kathleen Childress Frank DiMario Rymmel Chrisienson Carrell Doak Dale Clark Gym Clay Marvann Cleaver Kay Dosher Pamela Clements Sandra Douglas Robbie Cockerham Dave Collings Shari Colvin Claudia Drinkwater Bill Conrad Ray Duff Dave Cook LaDonna Cook Mike Cook Margie Eakin Wanda Cooper Diane Edgar Diane Cornwell Randy Cornwell Don Cowdrey George Edmondson Marline Cowley Curt Edwards Bruce Cox Carol Crabtree Faye Crawford Rod Eells Caroline Crum Susie Eichler Jerry Cunningham Roland Curtis Steve Dale Laurie England Candy Dalrymple Jim Englund Bob Davis Eddy Davis Gloria Davison Doug Ericksen Terry Day Sharold Evosevich Carolyn Deafherage Doug Falk Dave Faulconer Judy Faulkner Linda Finch Gary Fischer Pat Fleenor Judy Floren Mary Fordee Leon Foster Jon Fountain Carol Frank Ken Frank Janis Franklund Terry Frost Pete Galbraith Rosetta King Peter Gerth Fred Giard Coleman Gilkey Greg Glover Rick Gordner Sandra Goyne Daryl Graff Donna Graves Liz Gray Sandi Guthrie Dee Ann Hammerstad Judy Hammond Sue Haney Jim Hanson Gary Harker Bonita Harris Vicki Harrison Bob Harvison Chuck Hatch Eugene Houbrick Carole Hawley Gary Heimbigner Jim Henegher Linda Herr John Hill Dave Hillstrom Greg Hinkley Joan Hively Shirley King Sheri Hogrefe Stan Hoit Jane Holder Karen Holt Sherre Horner Pat Hough Curran Howard Jim Huff Sheril Hurst Peter James Charlotte Jenkins Judy Jenkins Kathy Jenkins Carole Jensen Lynn Jensen Eric Johanson Chris Johnsen Linda Johnson Sherry Johnson Terry Johnson Vernie Johnson Allen Jones Dick Jones Helen Jones Donna Jordon Fred Kannedy Robin Karp Jack Kautzman Jim Kennedy Sue Kidder Bill Kile Marcus Kinion John Kinnear Mark Kirshenmann Rick Klein Kandy Klingele Mona Knowles Phil Kopp Cheryl Korach Steve Kraft Nancy Kraus Kathy Krieger Louise Krug Louise Kryzsko Dick Kuehn Linda Kulhank Sharon LaBeau Dick Lacy Jim Lamb Linda Lane Dan Larson John Larson Steve Layman Winnie Lea Dick LeBoeuf Kathy Ledbetter Mike Leita John Lewis Bruce Lindberg Nick Lippert Janet Lisk John Little Barbara Lock Henry Lombard Barbara Long Steve Lund Kathie Lynch Sharon Lynch Kathy Lyon Ed MacKenzie Robb Madden Becky Maddox Sherry Mann Steve Marquard Mike Marquardt Tom Martinell Richard Mason Tom Mathieu Ken Mathis Mary Mattson Craig Maxwell Jim Maybee Tim Maybee Mary McAbee Wanda McCargar Alice McClain Joy McClure Nikki McDonald John McGahan Jim McLean Linda McMullen Karen McPhie Robert McSay Peggy McVey Paul Melville Doug Metcalfe Mike Meyer Patsy Michel Robert Niles Christine Mieros Judy Millard Joan Miller Lewis Miller Mark Miller Valory Miller Lecmna Mills Doris Mitchell Becky Mittlieder Evelyn Monaco Sherry Montgomery Sue Montgomery Sophomore sparking . . . never out of season L 8 Evelyn Moore Michael Moore Pat Moore Robert Morris Kitty Mowrey Marie Mullenneix Bev Muller Ann Munger Patsy Nagala George Nagle Linda Napolitano Beth Nelson Cheryl Nelson Karen Nelson Suzanne Netter Robert Neu Becky Nixon Howard Ocobock Tim Ohlund Janet Olney Steve Opolsky Liz Owen Lynda Paul Janice Paulson Sue Pedersen Dan Penhallegon Edith Peterson Janice Peterson Margo Pettingill Laura Phipps Gayel Pitchford Margaret Poirier Ron Poor Ashton Preisz Pat Probst Judi Ramsey Gail Reber Paula Redmond Virginia Reed Diane Reif Sue Rennie Joe Reynolds Karen Rice Joel Richards Cheryl Richardson Duane Ringer Annea Roberts Eugene Roberts Mary Roberts Mike Robertson Marcia Robinson Beth Roddick Larry Roi Sandy Rosenkranz Robert Rummel Jim Ruse Randy Russac Crystal Russel John Ryder Sheri Rynd Raymond Sabinish Lea Sampson John Samsel Tom Sanford Ron Sanislo Dacia Santini Marilyn Schafer Dorothy Schoessler Pete Schulz Barbara Schumacher Richard Schwartz Douglas Scott Lindo Seitz Ted Semon Ed Seymour Lynn Shaeffer Sandy Shapiro Don Shaw Glen Shaw Lyle Sherbahn Mary Shick .Jeanne Shockley Robert Shreve Shirley Sieber Ingrid Simonson Gary Simpson .lan Sinsel Warren Sizer Sharon Skidmore Stephen Skipworth Dick Skordal Dave Sleutel Howard Smith Tim Sommerville Barbara Sparks Bonnie Specker The Sophomore girls found a demonstration of how not to sit amusing Polly Spenker Betty Thomlinson Jim Thompson Brian Square-Briggs Sarah Thompson Doug Stapleton Torn Stapleton Loren Stenhoff Steve Stevenson Brian Stewart Jonas Stewart Georgia Stone Cheryl Stout James Stouten bu rg John Strosahl Mike Strother Ray Stubner Rick Thomson Dan-iel Tilley Rick Tobia Al Torres Jeanne Townsend Diana Trenerry Bob Tressler Marvel Lou Tufts Dorothy Turneaure Linda Turner Chuck Uber Gwyne Ulness John Vandenbrin Dennis VanDeVenter John VanSlyke Penny Varco Judy Voss Pam Walker Dennis Warren Irene Watkins Sharon Watts Yvonne Webster Marsha Weigand Cindi Wells Sandra Wells Steve Werner Jeanenne Szymanske Karen Westberg Larry Taylor Donna Theobald Sybil Thomas Joan Whalen Jana Whitman Kathleen Whitaker Kathleen Whittingto Larry Wilks Barbara Williams k F1 Jan Williams Fred Wilson James Witherell Don Wood Candi Young NOT PICTURED Helen Barrett Dana Ovens Charles Gail Edeer Perry ' ' ' Darrell Hopson Byrden Stewart Dennis Snyder NURSE . . . CUSTODIANS . . . Haas, Elise Jensen. They served us well the whole year through, Our thanks to them for all they do, Our smiing cooks, left to right: Eva Sliman, Roberta Allen, Alice Austin, Pearl Our nurse, Mrs. Kerr, administered to all student health needs. She is pictured working in her office. Ron Siegele is a familiar sight to all students as he goes about his ground duties. Our custodians worked around the clock to care for our buildings. ROW la Byron Coffey, Roy Zerr. ROW 2: Herman Hansen, Paul Pratt, Charles West, Ron Ewald. ROW 3: Cecil McCabe. 91 Sylvia Davidson, treasurer of the iunior class, and Vicki Lewis, vice-president, were pleased with the sale of tickets for the fall play, sponsored by their class. Rick Pinnell, iunior class president, enioyed his moments of dictating to Janine Pierce, secretary. CLASS OF 1964 Dale Abel Sam Alderson David Anderson Ginger Anderson Carol Andrews Jane Applegate Charles Apts Charles Ashman Elmer Ayers Greg Bacon Delmer Boker Karen Baldwin Jerry Balmer Carolyn Barber Linda Barton Susan Bayerd Dick Beckett Jack Beckett Janice Burke Doug Burrill Marcia Butchart Jim Butler Larry Butler Ross Cadigan Mikki Cady Cathy Campbell Bob Cardiff Pat Carmody Steve Carner Jim Carpenter Martha Carson Eddie Carter Dennis Chambreau Jane Chapman Marvin Cheshier Dick Childers Norie Beeck Claudia Bellman Darwin Berry Jade Bisconer Karlene Bladow Carolyn Blount Sandra Bond Parn Bonneville John Boyle Ray Brazeel Ray Breer Dick Brewer Maurice Briggs Skip Brockett Larry Brown Janet Bundy Max Bunnell Dave Burke A welcome break in the day-and Iuniors led the lunch line. Dennie Cole Bev Collings Allan Conant Sandi Conrad Kathy Cooksey Laurie Cowan John Crimin John Cushing Gary Damaskos Carol Danberg Laurie Daniel Sylvia Davidson Diane Davies Nancy Davis Margaret DeLateur Leslie Delzer Tisha Dennis Mariorie Dickenson Terry Dillon Del Dolliver Merrily Druse Marcia Duer Jerry Duff Patty Kennedy 94 Al Churchill Dellanne Clark Dick Clark Wendall Clark Danny Clement Dennis Clement Leroy Dugas Jane Dutcher Dorothy Fergel Shirley Fisher Stefani Fletcher Gene Folkestad Lynn Dye Pam Egge Phil Fossum Dan Fouts Bill Frazier John Fulrner Becky Elliot Wanda Emerson Carole Gager Anne Galbraith Eddy Galland Barbara Gallon Sue Emmons Vicki Englund Diane Ernst Lillian Esgate Marilyn Gangwish Pat Garber Roberta Gardiner Linda Garretson Lee Faulconer Barbara Faulkner Pam Geib Anita Glenn Mike Godfrey Susan Goold Ruth Fellows Steve Fendos Maryann Goudy Andy Graudins Jeanette Graves Doug Gray ' W ELi242i55i2iLs?i2 w1i22 Sue Greenough Gary Grendahl Larry Griffin Connie Hopson June Howell Mata Hudson Donna Griffiths Frank Hagel Glee Hall Claire Hannig Alan Hughes Jackie Hurnes Greg Hunt Joanne Hansen Susan Hansen Fred Hyatt Doug lllsley Frances Irvin Lois Hargraves Dave Harnden Janice Hart PEP BAND Johnnie Hartford Trudy Hartley Jeanie Haslef Elaine Hawkins Par Healey Claudio Heinfzman Dave Helland Ward Henneberry James Henrichsen Dale Henyan Mike Herr Carla Hill Bill Hislop Penny Hofer Allen Hoffman Mike Hoffman Donna Holder SEEK ,Gi 437, Party Kennedy, see Gary Janes Judy Jones Myrle Jorgenson Linda Keltner Carol Kerfh Art Kidman Curtis King Tim King Bobbii Kinnear Sandy Kinney Wally Klingele John Knufh Carol Kacher Maureen Kraus Ron Krebs Sally Kuehn Sandy Kuehn Maia Lagergren Jerry Lammi Dick Landis Sharon Lane Mike Mangim Margie Marks Doug Marshall Gary Lantrip Steve Laughter Don Layfield Jo Ann Martin Gary Martinkus Colleen Marugg Jeff Leigh Dianne Lewis Vicki Lewis Julie Mattson Don Maxey Ron Maxey Donna Linse Floyd Little Ron Litzenberger JUNIORS Rick Lloyd 'Ray Lockwood Dixie Longsine Barbara Low Ed Lowery Vicki Lugar Pete Lush Pam Lynch Patti McCall Margaret McCousIand Fred McCulloch Malcolm McDonald Rick McGahan Martha McNeTt Stu McPherson Don McPhie Lee Mackerness Mike Magula LED ON SEMESTER HONOR ROLL Dalen Niles Karen Nolan Steve Norris Kathryn Nutley Shirley Ogle Claude Oliver Janice Olson Robin Orkney Sandra Owens Juanita Palleff Fred Palmer Mike Passage Jim Pafchell Kay Peterson Richard Peterson Nancy Peyrollaz Margaret Pfau Kathy Piclcard Gene Mayfield Sharon Mayo Ladd Medema Lloyd Megenity Jack Meyer Lonnie Middleton Dick Milclfelf Kay Miller Bob Mims Cheri Mize Jerry Mizell Dianne Monasmith Sandy Morinville Party Murphy Sandy Naff Pam Nau Greichen Newman Carol Niles ip.-an aw Stu McPherson, yell king, shouldered cadet mascot, Ross Lewis. wi' :ii -f,"- 5122? fi? 35 R ' vii" W' iv Janine Pierce Rick Pinnell Sue Prentice Paula Prescott Howard Pualani Jody Quigley Sharon Quiroz Diane Reed Margaref Reif Mary Rhynes N Lyle Reis Cindy Rider Robin Rieder Lonnie Robertson Norm Robinson Lana Roehr Jean Rowe Wanda Russell Janet Salisbury Judi Salzman Suzanne Sargent Ron Scaman Charlene Schafer Dennis Rickard CLASS OF WiM 5 ized- iv Frances Schafer Jerry Schliep Norma Smith Jim Snyder Denny Solberg Paul Sondgerofh Scot Schreckengosf Merlin Schur Jerry Spaelh LaMona Stools Robert' Sfaggs Andre Sf. Aubin Jerry Stein Charles Stiles Skeel' Stoddard Shirley Strange Garry Schropshire Sarah Scott Sherry Sugden Stella Suksdorf Edna Sullins Dale Sunirch Laura Scrimger Sue Selpp Donna Taylor Shirley Theobald Ruth Thiessen Art Thomas Gail Sires Glen Thomas Jim Thomas Bill Thomlinson Kim Thompson Rick Thompson Leslie Throssell Linda Tressler Howard Trindle Gynnthe Ulness Rachel Ulrnch Kay Waddell Tom Waits Jane Utterback Pat Van Amburg Don Van De Venter Kam Vancliver Darrell Waggoner Laura Walker Dave Van Essen Dermus Van Tassel .lon Velnkonie Beth Verstrate Dick Walters Gary Walters Jim Wane Judy Waminger Warren Wascher Darlys Weber Don Weinburg Theo Wellons Gay White Mike White JUNIORS Glenna Whiimire Margaret Wick James Wight Phyllis Wilcox Dennis Wilkerson Dan Williams Mary Williams Ron Williams Darrel Wise Sherry Woocl Gary Worrell Cheryl Yoerger Front rows at games crowded with iuniors y los 'I 963 4 Daryl Raymond Abel Paul Harlow Adams Deanna Ruth Alderson Robert Andrew Allen Gwen Marian Aller James Duane Anderson John Eric Anderson Linda Sue Atwood Thomas Robert Atwood Sarah Ann Ault Russell Allen Barron Michael Gary Bennett Diane Carole Berg Karen Ann Bergstrom O. Noel Bickham John R. Bissell Katherine Ann Bohoskey Richard Donald Bolm Jerrold George Borgens Donna Rae Borton Virginia Kay Brazelton Claudia Marsha Brill Corry Jo Brocketr Dennis Spencer Brown Dennis Fluegge, senior class president, consulted with his secre- TarYf Linda Atwood, before Qoing "Over the wall," Janet Kay Brown Marilyn Louise Brown Rita Darlene Brown Sharon L. Brown Gary Alvin Brownell Nancy Gail Browning James Michael Bunch Gloria Marie Burns James Allen Burns James Duane Cady Clark Stewart Campbell Emily Louise Campbell Michael O. Castro Tom A. Chapman Brian Roger Clark Bonita Elaine Clem William Eugene Clem Sieve Charles Cliff Patricia Eileen Cline Aurelia Lavon Coffman ICATION OF STADIUM Gary Michael William Coleman Donna Marie Collings Colin Shane Conant David Craig Connell Bessie E, Cooper Leo Allen Cooper Ill Linda M. Cornwell Sheridan H. Cragun A. Cramer Nancy Lee Cramer Karen Alice Cunningham Barry Richardson Curiis Karen .Jean Dahike Dennis Allen Darden Gary Wayne Davis Linda C. Davis Loren William Davis Dan Ray Dealy Dolly Dee Dietz David M. Dillon CLASS OF '63 SEES AMERICAN 05 :E Trina Ann DiMario Marilyn Charlotte Ditiman Lois Jean Dock Carol Lee Doane William Michael Donahey Richard ivan Driver Margo Jeanette Duncan Berf Mirrei Dunn Frederick Emerson Dyson Roger Joseph Eakin Sharon Kay Eckhardi Mary Arlene Edinger Q K ni IQ Harold Ray Ehmer Christina Mae Eichler Wade Norman Ellett Verna Kay Ellsworth Sharon Avis Epperson Jane Louise Ester Linda .lessarnine Esther Charles William Eyman FIELD SERVICE STARTED Dennis Carol Re Vickie Lynn Fietush Della .Jean Fisher Rodney Francis Fitch Mary Kathryn Floren Lee Fluegge Edward E. Foat Patrick Charles Ford Carl Phillip Fouch becca Fouch Terry Ronald Foulkes Alex Leon Frank Linda Jane Frank Patricia Ann Frick LeRoy Dean Gano Jeffrey Steven Giard Loren Delbert Gilkei Robert Charles Gilmore, Jr. Mark Robert Glaspey Kenneth C. Gordner PHIL SOUDER DELEGATE TO BOYS l Mary Jane E. Graham Wilma Ruth Gregory Robert L. Hagemeir Marcella Rae Haldeman Patricia Ann Hammond Christine Beth Hamper Sandra F. Hank Dennis Edward Hassell Larry Glenn Hecker Janice Elaine Henderson Dennis Gregory Hessdorfer Marsha Jean Hiebert Steven Hill Anne Kelton Hislop John Payne Hodkinson Terry W. Hohenshelf Secretary Rod Fitch and treasurer Larry Rockwell found D C something interesting in an English mcgazine. ' I I Andrea Lee Hollar Howard Price Holt Jacqueline Marie Hoogstod Ronald Williom Hough Rhio H. Hove Mary Jo Hufferd Vicki Jo Hughes James R. Hutchins Nancy Carol Hyndman David Hughes Johnson Wayne Lewis Kasemeir Lyndal Marian Keith Robert Kelfner Jean C. Kennedy Susan A. Kent 4 Barbara Jean Kessinger 1 sez Susan Dee Klapsfein Lawrence Pefer Klavano Marilyn Joyce Knobel Judith Ann Knopp 677, or SENIOR CLASS Beverly Kay Koch Myrran T. Koenig Karen Sue Korach Mary Katherine Korlarz Judith Mina Krisffelf Sandra Sue Kukuczka Lee Ann Kurr Michael H. Lacy QR E Q2 Darrel Wayne Lanirip Sfanley Laughter 3 Michael Edwin Lauren? Charles Patrick Law GOES T0 COLLEGE Christine Marie Lawson JoAnn LeCocq Lester Melvin LeRoss Dan Guy Litzenberger Everett M. Logan David William Lynch Dee Helen Lynale Lee Eula Lynole Darlene Mae Mann Shirley Marie Marsh Everett Ray Marshall Bruce Harrington Martin Douglas E. Mathews Bonnie Jill Mathus Lois Anne McDonald Gary McLean Kingsley George McPherson Glennetta May Montgomery Anita Maxine Moore Vicki Lee Mortord Patrick DeWitt Morgan Margaret Ann Morris 2:2 This year the money flew through Torn's hands. MARCIA PAINE WINE Williams Ronald James C. Myers Joy Kay Owens Marcia Frances Paine ei Fred Moss 1 Diane Marie Myers - Ronald Edward Nelson ge Judith Arlene Norton Off ret Gloria Jane Osborn QQ 3 Daniel Carlee Olson Kathy J. Parker Karen Lee Pearson 4 MERIT SCHCLARSHIP Linda Ann Pearson Mary Lou Perry Richard Wayne Pettyjohn Sandra M. Phelps Janet Esther Quinn William Albert Raber Claudia Jean Records Elizabeth Ann Reed Karl Edward Reid Roxanna Lee Rice Charles Alvin Rich Gary Douglas Ringer Andrea Rae Ritchey Wanda Laree Robb Larry Michael Roberts Timothy Larry Roberts Daryl Earl Robins David Arthur Robins Larry Lee Rockwell William Donald Roe Jill Elizabeth Rolfe Carl Clifford Russell Thelma Lynne Ryder David H. Samson Tahna Marie Samuelson Nancy Jean Safferwhife James Henry Schafer Robert George Schafer SENIORS PIONEER NEW Barry John Schaengarth Sfephen P. Schwartz Martha Marion Sebasfian Ronald Allan Shaeffer Rosemary Jane Shreve Sandra Karen Shropshire William Ernest Sieg'ele David F. Sinclair l Marilyn Kay Skidmore George D. Smith, Jr. l Judifh Eileen Smith l Linda Rae Smith l Sandra Jane Smith P Marg SOCIAL STUDIES CLASS Darryl Hoyd Smoot hilip Eugene Souder Suzanne Edith Spaulding Ethna Lillian Stevens o Ann Stiltner Stephen Ritchie Strosahl Margaret Marie Sturgis Garland Ozell Sullins Kenna Louise Thomas Ronald Dean Thomas Russell E. Thomas Steven Charles Thomas Curtis Eclgington Thompson Ralph E. Thompson Donna Kay Trenerry JoAnne Kaye Trindle Larry Lee Turner Richard Kingsley Turner Robert Karl Udell ,- . f g1.fi,.,. Marg,,.,g5,iszig:,.--gygggjgggfg,:mezgw Cynthia Ann Ulrich i Malcolm Alexis Ulrich 3 John Ferdinand Valdez Q Robert Johnston Vogel l Gretchen Marie Von Pein l Jerry Lewis Walker Ward J. Walker i SENIOR WITNESS TREES David LeRoy Wascher Robert Boone Waters W Patricia Ann Weber Stuart Kingsley Weber Bette Ann Webster 1 Kathleen Louise Weist Linda Louise Wellington Sharon N. Wenzel Judith Lee Whitaker Michael Frederick Whiteman Thomas Alexander Wielgos William Howard Wiese Robert Green Wight Jacklynn Irene Wilkins Carol Elaine Williams Frank H. Williams Whatever it said, Jill found it interesting. TED ON CAMPUS NOT PICTURED Dean Woodburn Linda Lea Zarley Anand Dale Wood Steven Meredith Lambert Paul Lee Weigand William Loren Lanbom Wendell Jack Meyer Richard Coffin Patterson Kim Rhodes Steinhilb James L. D. Thomas Gary Merton Belcher Michael J. Benoit Thomas D. Forler James Earl Hanson Donald Clark Reed AM Voices of the choir added a touch of pathos to the closing exercises of graduation Marcia Paine, our National Merit Scholarship winner, plans to attend Stanford University in the tall. SENIOR HONORS Daryl Able--USE Industrial Arts Award. Linda Titwood-George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley Co ege. Tom Atwood--Lila Miller Scholarship, Yakima Valley College. Sarah Ault-Marvell School of Beauty Scholarship. Russ Barron-Sears and Roebuck Scholarship, Thespian Award, Exchange Club Boy of the Month. , Karen Bergstrom-Work Grant, Whitman College, Yakima Classroom Teach- ers Award. Donna Barton-National President's Scholarship, Four Year "War Orphans" College Scholarship, Yakima Women's Century Club Literature Depart- ment Award. Janet Brown-Lila Miller Scholarship, Yakima Valley College. Gloria Burns--Mr. Lee's Beauty School. Patti Cline-Four Year Academic Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania, Future Teachers ot America Award, Delta Delta Delta Award, Chamber of Commerce Luncheon. Mike Coleman-USE Mathematics Award. Donna Collings-Mr. Lee's Beauty School. Bessie Cooper-Marvell School of Beauty Scholarship. Nick Cooper-Thespian Award, Lions Club Representative. Colin Conant-Chamber of Commerce Luncheon. Barry Curtis-Thespian Award, USE Drama Award. Lois DoakhUSE Music Award. Carol Doane-Marvell School of Beauty Scholarship. Linda Esther-Honors Program, University of Washington, USE Art Award, Bill Eyman-Jerome Lewis Scholarship, Yakima Valley College, USE Speech and Debate Award, Rotary Luncheon. Rad Fitch-George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley College, Chamber of Commerce Luncheon. Dennis Fluegge-Yakima Rotary Club Scholarship, Yakima Valley College, Rotary Luncheon. Linda Frank-Chamber ot Commerce Luncheon. Jeff Giard-USE Science Award. Mark Glaspey-Lions Club Representative. Ken Gardner-George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley College. Dennis Hassell-Mathematics Association of America Award. Anne Hislop-USE Social Studies Award, Cadet Award, Danforth Founda- tion Award, Rotary Luncheon, Jacqueline Hoogstad-Marvell School of Beauty Scholarship. Nancy nlyndman-George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley Ca ege. Dave Johnson-John Jones Journalism Award. Lyndal Keith-Room Rent Waiver, Washington State University, USE English Award, Danforth Foundation Award, Rotary Luncheon, Chamber of Com- merce Luncheon. Sue Kent-Honors at Entrance, Colorado Women's College, Soroptomist Girl of the Year. l2O Barbara Kessinger-Scholarship, Yakima Business College. Marigfnnlinobel-George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley o ege. Beverly Koch-Marvell School of Beauty Scholarship. Steve Lambert-National Merit Foundation Letter of Commendation. Chris Hawson-George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley Co ege. Bruce Martin-National Merit Foundation Certificate of Merit. Lois McDonald-National Merit Foundation Letter of Commendation. Gary Andean-George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley Co ege. Margie Morris-Mr. Lee's School of Beauty Scholarship. Richard Patterson-USE Foreign Language Award. Marcia Paine-National Merit Scholarship, Stanford University, Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Award, Thespian Award, Rotary Luncheon. Larry Rockwell-Cadet Award. Bill Roe-Athletic Scholarship, University of Washington, Chamber of Com- merce Luncheon. Carl Russell-Mr. Lee's Beauty School. Martha Sebastian-Four Year Academic Scholarship, Chatham College. Bill Siegele-Ralph Sundquist Scholarship, Yakima Valley College. Dave Sinclair-USE Journalism Award, Exchange Club Boy of the Month. Phil Sauder-Honors Program, University of Washington, Lions Club Repre- sentative. Margo lStiltner-George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley Co ege. Kenna Thomas-Honors at Entrance, University of Puget Sound, Yakima Philharmonic Choral Society Music Scholarship, Thespian Award. Joanne Trindle-Marvell School of Beauty Scholarship. Ralph Thompson--George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Val- ley College. Bob Udell-USE Yearbook Award. Cindy Ulrich-Altrusa Girl of the Year, D.A.R. Good Citizen, Cadet Award. Malcolm Ulrich-National Merit Foundation Letter at Commendation. Bob Vrigel-George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley Col ege. Ward Walker-National Merit Foundation Letter of Commendation. Stu Weber-Academic and Athletic Scholarship, Wheaton College, Elks Leadership Contest, Cadet Award, Exchange Club Boy of the Month, Rotary Luncheon. Larry Rockwell, Anne Hislop, Cindy Ulrich, and Stu Weber, recipients at the first Cadet Awards, which are given for achievement and service. Seniors received their diplomas only after turning in their caps and gowns ' 1- "ig .1 " CLASS PROPHECY We, as the prophecy committee of the Class of '63, have before us a list of the probable vocations and avocations of our class in future years. As we look into the future, this is what we see: Our famous baseball champs are now stars of the New York Yankees . . . class "D" farm club in Podunk, Alabama. Steve Strosahl, punny man of the class, has turned to drama and is writing for Alfred Hitchcock, Anne Hislop is still turning out annuals-this time for Playboy Magazine. Valedictorian Lyndal Keith has become a physician-now she gets them coming and going. Dennis Fluegge, a budding young lawyer, has replaced Edmond O'Brien as Sam Benedict. Steve Hill has become a big business executive, now the closest he gets to the farm is counting sheep at night. Barry Curtis is replacing Lawrence Welk as leader of his bubbling bancl. Marcia Paine has become o Flamingo headliner show girl. Stu Weber was iust elected the Jack Armstrong of the Madison-Avenue- Rest-Home set. Dave Sinclair is the protege of famous wrestling star Soldat Ghorkey. Martha Sebastian returned home lost week as the fashion dictator of New York, Philadelphia and Miami. And listen to thiskJoAnn LeCocq is the Playboy Playmate of the Year! Larry Rockwell was elected by the Mafia as the friendliest FBI man in the nation. Linda Davis, the darling of the dragsters in high school, has lust be- come the first woman winner of the Indianapolis SOO. Bob Vogel, Five-Star Journal picture toker, has received a promotion- to head photographer at Playboy Magazine. Terry Foulkes, who attended Pasadena Playhouse, can now be seen in most class "B" horror movies. Bill Roe just insured his legs for 5i0,000 . . , say Bill, you and Bette Davis both, eh? You'd better watch out for Bill Eymang he's turned into a door-to-door Metrecal salesman. Andrea Ritchey and Kenna Thomas are both singing in Europe-in the White Swan Pub in Lancaster, England. Phil Souder has iust been named head of the NOAM-the National Organization for the Advancement of Morals, fYesterclay Les LeRoss was seen picking up garbage behind Stockman's Ca e. Smile kent is the manager of a leading chain of motels called the No-Tell Mote s. King McPherson is working with Ringling Brothers Circus - he's the orilla. g Last but not least is the one member of our class who turned to litera- ture-Dennis Hassell has written the best seller "How to Win Friends and lnfluence People." As most of you have undoubtedly noticed, o large segment of the Class of '63 has become associated with Playboy Magazine. We feel that this typifies our class. The Prophecy Committee Nick Cooper Lois Doak Chris Lawson Gretchen Von Pein Anne Hislop wills her whip and budget meetings to Jeff Leigh. Lois McDonald wills the senior section to Carol Niles and her picture schedule, photographer chasing, and people chasing to Mata Hudson. Howard Wiese wills his "waugh . . ancl the grease pencils to the next sports editor. Bob Udell wills his pogo stick and his trips to Forest and Whitmire to Kathy Nutley. Diane Myers remembered to smile and soy, "Thank you.' Senior band members played in their last performance during commencement. A normal reaction at 3 A.M. for Larry Kla- vano. Malcolm Ulrich wills his copy and the Honor Society to the next person who sits in the corner. Karen Pearson wills the card file to whoever can divide by three and alphabetize, The senior staff members will Mrs-. Lippert and the annual to Jeff and the iuniors. A quotabl-e quote from the Eisenhower High School morning bulletin: H I There will be a meeting after school today for all sophomores and luniors interested in working on the senior assembly in room l52, The senior assembly is the story of the seniors from the cradle to their reunion. The meeting will be short." As early morning 'Extras" of the Five-Star Journal flew, the class celebrated its freedom. DARYL RAYMOND ABLE: Audio-Visual 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. PAUL HARLOW ADAMS: Senate 35 MLC 25 Football B 2, A 3,45. Wrestling A 2,3,45 Track 2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Homecoming King 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. DEANNA RUTH ALDERSON: Tri-M 45 Girls' Glee 25 Choir 3,45 Madrigal 3,45 FTA 45 H.M.S. Pinofore 45 Library Assistant 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. ROBERT ANDREW ALLEN lAndyl: JCL 2,3,45 Senior Asembly 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. GWEN MARIAN ALLER: Girls' Glee 25 Choir 3,45 Mid-Winter Formal 25 Office Assistant 45 Ushels 3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3, . JAMES DUANE ANDERSON IJiml: Men's Chor- us 45 Basketball B 2,3, A 45 Office Assistant 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. JOHN ERIC ANDERSON: Debate 45 Football B 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. LINDA SUE ATWOOD: Honor Society 45 Senior Class Secretary5 Senate 45 Drill Team 2,3,45 FTA 3,45 MLC 25 INR 35 Medical Careers Vice- President 45 Connecticut Yankee 25 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 35 Homecoming 35 Tolo 2,3,45 Mothers' Tea 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Ushers 25 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. THOMAS ROBERT ATWOOD lTomI: Honor So- ciety 45 USE Treasurer 45 Senate 45 Band 2, 3,4, Inaugural Band 25 Pep Band 25 Dance Band 25 Basketball B 2,3,4, A 45 Baseball A 2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Prom 35 Mid- Winter Formal 45 Senior Assembly 35 Office Assistant 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,45 Boys' State 3. SARAH ANN AULT: INR 45 Art Guild 3,45 Medical Careers 45 IKE Hilarities 45 Prom 35 Mothers' Tea 2,35 Ushers 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4, Representative 3. RUSSELL ALLEN BARRON lRussl: Honor Society 3,45 Thespians 3, President 45 Commissioner of Elections 45 Senate 2,45 Debate 45 MLC 2,45 INR 35 Medical Careers 45 Ski Club 25 Connecticut Yankee 25 Books and Crooks 35 Teahouse of the August Moon 35 On Borrowed Time 45 Prom 35 Homecoming 45 Senior Assem- bly 2,35 Boys' Federation 2,3,45 Roberts Me- morial Contest First Place 3, Finalist 4. GARY MERTON BELCHER: Boys' Federation 2,3,4. lNot pictured.l MICHAEL GARY BENNETT IMikeI: Ham Radio Club Vice-President 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. MICHAEL J, BENOIT lMikel: Boys' Federation 2,3,4. lNot pictured.l DIANE CAROLE BERG: Senate 35 Girls' Glee 35 Choir 45 FTA 45 H.M.S. Pinafore 45 Office Assistant 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3 4. KAREN ANN BERGSTROM: Honor Society 3,45 Girls' Glee 25 Choir 3, Attendance Secretary 45 FTA 3, Secretary 45 MLC 45 INR 3,45 Teo- house of the August Moon 35 IKE Hilarities 45 Senior Assembly 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3 4. O. NOEL BICKHAM: Track 2,35 Audio-Visual 2,3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. JOHN R. BISSELL: Band 2,3,4, Inaugural Band 25 Pep Band 2,35 FFA 45 Boys' Feder- ation 2,3,4. KATHERINE ANN BOHOSKEY lKathyl5 Tri-M 45 Junior Class Vice-President5 Choir 2,3,45 Girls' Quartet 2,35 Madriaal 45 Drill Team 35 Rally 4 MLC 2,3,45 INR 35 Connecticut Yankee 25 IKE Hilarities 3,45 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 35 Homecoming 25 Tolo 35 Cap and Gown 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. RICHARD DONALD BOLM: FFA 25 Boys' Fed- eration 2,3,4. JERROLD GEORGE BORGENS IJerryl: MLC 2,35 Library Assistant 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. DONNA RAE BORTON: Honor Society 3,45 Senate 45 Drill Team 2,35 FTA 2,3,45 JCL 2,35 MLC 45 GALES 2,35 IKE Hilarities 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. VIRGINIA KAY BRAZELTON lGIngerI: Transfer from Grandview, Washington. CLAUDIA MARSHA BRILL: FTA 45 Art Guild 3,45 Medical Careers 45 Connecticut Yankee 25 Books and Crooks 35 On Borrowed Time 45 IKE Hilarities 45 Mid-Winter Formal 45 Tolo 45 Mothers' Tea 45 Office Assistant 3,45 Ush- ers 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. CORRY JO BROCKETT: Transfer from Sacra- mento, California. Quill and Scroll 4. DENNIS SPENCER BROWN: Audio-Visual 3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4, JANET KAY BROWN: Honor Society 3,45 JCL 2,3,45 Teohouse of the August Moon 35 Prom 35 Mothers' Tea 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3, Representative 4. MARILYN LOUISE BROWN: Honor Society 45 Ushers 35 Pep Club 3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. I22 SENIOR ACTIVITIES RITA DARLENE BROWN: Rally 35 MLC 2,35 INR 35 Art Guild 35 Medical Careers 45 Connecticut Yankee 25 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 25 Cap and Gown 35 Senior Assembly 35 FFA Sweetheart 35 Office Assistant 3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. SHARON L. BROWN: Art Guild 45 Senior As- sembly 35 Office Assistant 35 Pep Club 25 Girls' League 2,3, Representative 4. GARY ALVIN BROWNELL: FFA 45 Boys' Fed- eration 2,3,4. NANCY GAIL BROWNING: FTA 2,35 MLC 45 INR 35 Office Assistant 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. JAMES MICHAEL BUNCH IMikeI: MLC 2,35 Football B 25 Track 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,4, GLORIA MARIE BURNS: Girls' Glee 25 Choir 3,45 Library Assistant 35 Ushers 35 Pep Club 2,35 Girls' League 2,3,4. JAMES ALLEN BURNS lJimI: FFA 35 Football B 2, A 3,45 Wrestling B 2, A 35 Track 2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. JAMES DUANE CADY lJ.D.l5 Band 2,3,4, In- augural Band 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. CLARK STEWART CAMPBELL: FFA 45 Football B 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. EMILY LOUISE CAMPBELL IEmy Loul5 Art Guild 3,45 Ushers 2,3,45 Pep Club 25 Girls' League 2,3,4. MICHAEL O. CASTRO lMikeI: Basketball B 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. THOMAS ANTHONY CHAPMAN lToml: Tri-M 45 Band 2,3, President 4, Inaugural Band 25 German Band 45 Pep Band 2,3,45 Trumpet Trio 3,45 Solo-Ensemble Contest 2,3,45 North- west Music Delegate 45 MLC 25 Boys' Federa- tion 2,3,4, BRIAN ROGER CLARK: Football B 35 Intra- murals 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. BONITA ELAINE CLEM: Connecticut Yankee 25 Girls' League 2,3,4. WILLIAM EUGENE CLEM IBilII: MLC 25 Math and Science 35 Library Assistant 45 Boys' Fed- eration 2,3,4. STEVE CHARLES CLIFT5 Tennis 35 Boys' Fed- eration 2,3,4. PATRICIA EILEEN CLINE lPattil5 Honor Society 3,45 Commissioner of Social Affairs 45 Sen- ate 45 FTA 2,3, President 45 MLC 2,3,45 INR 2,35 Books and Crooks 35 Teahouse of the August Moon 35 Prom 35 Mothers' Tea 35 Senior Assembly 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. AURELIA LAVON COFFMAN: Drill Team 35 Rally 45 FTA 3,45 MLC 2,35 IKE Hilarities 45 Prom 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Homecoming 45 Office Assistant 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. MICHAEL WILLIAM COLEMAN lMikel: Honor Society 45 JCL 2,3,45 Basketball C 25 Intra- murals 3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. DONNA MARIE COLLINGS: Art Guild 45 Of- fice Assistant 45 Library Assistant 35 Cafeteria 2,45 Ushers 45 Pep Club 3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. COLIN SHANE CONANT: Honor Society 45 Band 2, Inaugural Band 25 JCL 2,3,45 Prom 35 Intramurals 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. DAVID CRAIG CONNELL IDavel: Senate 35 Men's Chorus 35 Choir 45 Debate 45 Library Assistant 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. BESSIE 'E. COOPER: Girls' Glee 25 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. LEON ALLEN COOPER III lNickl: Honor So- ciety 45 Thesoians 3,45 MLC 2,45 INR 3,45 Books and Crooks 35 Teahouse of the August Moon 35 On Borrowed Time 45 Prom 35 Mid- Winter Formal 45 Senior Assembly 2,35 Senior Committee 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. LINDA M. CORNWELL: English Department Typing Assistant 45 Pep Club 3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. SHERIDAN H. CRAGUN IDanI: MLC 2,35 IKE Hilarities 45 Lettermen's Club 2,35 Senior As- sembly 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. GARY A. CRAMER: Senate 45 FFA 3, Treasurer 4- MLC 2- Boys' Federation 2,3,4. NANCY LEE CRAMER: Art Guild 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls League 2,3,4, Representative 2. KAREN ALICE CUNNINGHAM: Art Guild 45 Teohouse of the August Moon 35 IKE Hilari- ties 45 Mid-Winter Formal 45 Mothers' Tea 3,45 Ushers 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. BARRY RICHARDSON CURTIS: Tri-M 45 Thes- pians 2,3,45 Men's Chorus 35 Choir 2, Student Director 45 Madrigal 2,3,45 Varsity Quartet 25 Coachmen 35 JCL 2,3,45 Intramurals 35 Connecticut Yankee 25 On Borrowed Time 45 H.M.S. Pihafore 45 IKE Hilarities 3,45 Tolo 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. J- KAREN JEAN DAHLKE5 Senate 45 Rally 35 Cheer 45 MLC 35 INR 35 Art Guild 45 IKE Hilarities 3,45 Prom 35 Cap and Gown 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Homecoming Princess 45 Office Assistant 3, 45 Ushers 25 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. DENNIS ALLEN DARDEN: Track 35 IKE Hi- gngtiies 45 Stage Crew 45 Boys' Federation GARY WAYNE DAVIS: Boys' Federation 2,3,4. LINDA C, DAVIS: Art Guild 3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. LOREN WILLIAM DAVIS: Art Guild 3,45 Foot- ball B 2, A 3,45 Wrestling B 2,35 Track 2, 3,354 Library Assistant 45 Boys' Federation DAN RAY DEALY: Senate 3,45 Football B 2, A 3,45 Basketball B 2, A 3,45 Baseball A 2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Homecoming Prince 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. DOLLY DEE DIETZ: Senate 35 FTA 45 Art Guild 45 Medical Careers 45 Mid-Winter For- mal 45 Mothers' Tea 45 Office Assistant 3,45 Ushers 25 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. DAVID M. DILLON IDaveI: Band 2,3,4, ln- augural Band 25 Pep Band 2,35 Drum Major 3,45 MLC 2,35 Art Guild 45 Football B 2, A 45 Basketball B 2, A 3,45 Baseball A 2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Senior Assembly 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. TRINA ANN DIMARIO: Honor Society 45 Thes- pians 45 FTA 45 JCL 45 Medical Careers 45 Books and Crooks 35 Teahouse of the August Moon 35 On Borrowed Time 45 H.M.S. Pina- fore 45 Mothers' Tea 2,3,45 Ushers 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. MARILYN CHARLOTTE DITTMAN: Tri-M 3,45 Band 2,3, Historian 45 Inaugural Band 25 Pep Band 2,3,45 Flute Trio 3,45 Maiorette 45 FTA 2,3,45 MLC 2,3,45 Books and Crooks 35 Library Assistant 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. LOIS JEAN DOAK: Honor Society 45 Tri-M 3, Secretary 45 Girls' Glee 35 Choir 3,45 Drill Team 3,45 FTA 2,3,45 MLC 2,3,45 INR 35 Connecticut Yankee 25 IKE Hilarities 3,45 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 2,35 Homecoming 3,45 Mothers' Tea 3,45 Tolo 2,35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Senior Committee 45 Office Assistant 35 Ushers 25 Pep Club 2,3, Secretary 45 Girls' League 2,3,4, Representative 2,3, CAROL LEE DOANE: Thespians 45 Girls' Glee 25 Choir 3,45 MLC 2,3,45 GALES 25 Connecti- cut Yankee 25 Books and Crooks 35 On Bor- rowed Time 45 H.M.S. Pinatore 45 IKE Hi- larities 45 Prom 35 Homecoming 45 Senior Assembly 35 Ushers 25 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. WILLIAM MICHAEL DONAHEY lBilIl: Art Guild 45 Football B 2,3, A 45 Lettermen's Club 45 IKE Hilarities 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. RICHARD IVAN DRIVER lRickl: JCL 45 Books and Crooks 35 Sabres 3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. MARGO JEANETTE DUNCAN: Tri-M 45 Band 2,3,4. Inaugural Band 25 Pep Band 35 FTA 25 MLC 25 Books and Crooks 35 Prom 35 Mothers' Tea 35 Senior Asembly 2,35 Audio- Visual 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4, BERT MIRRET DUNN: Tri-M 3,45 Thespians 45 Band 3,45 Orchestra 3,45 Trombone Quartet 45 MLC 25 Math and Science 35 Track 25 Books and Crooks 35 On Borrowed Time 45 IKE Hilarities 35 Senior Assembly 35 Audio- Visual 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,45 Northwest Music Conference 4. FREDERICK EMERSON DYSON IFredl: Boys' Federation 2,3,4, ROGER JOSEPH EAKIN: MLC, Spanish Club President 45 Track 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. SHARON KAY ECKHARDT: Honor Society 45 JCL 2,3,45 Mothers' Tea 35 Senior Assembly 35 Office Assistant 45 Bookstore 45 Ushers 2,3, Head Usher 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Gi-rls' League 2,3,4. MARY ARLENE EDINGER: Tri-M 45 Sophomore Class Secretary5 Senate 45 Choir 2,3,45 Drill Team 35 Rally 45 MLC 3,45 INR 35 Cannecll- cut Yankee 25 IKE Hilarities 3,45 Prom 35 Tolo 3 Cap and Gown 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Office Assistant 45 Library Assistant 4- Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. HAROLD RAY EHMER II-lall: FFA 2,3, Vice- President 45 Football B 2, A 3,45 Track 2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Traffic Control 2,35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. CHRISTINA MAE EICHLER lTinaI: Tri-M 45 Band 2,3,4, Inaugural Band 25 Pep Bond 45 FTA 3,45 JCL 2,3,45 MLC 45 Medical Careers 45 Prom 35 Mothers' Tea 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Peo Club 2,3,4 Girls' League 2,3,4, WADE NORMAN ELLETT: Transfer from Mel- bourne, Australia. VERNA KAY ELLSWORTH: Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. SHARON AVIS EPPERSON: Girls' Glee 25 Choir 3 45 Bookstore 45 Ushers 2,3,45 Pep Club 3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. JANE LOUISE ESTER: Transfer from Tacoma, Washington, Science Club 45 Art Guild 45 Medical Careers 45 Mid-Winter Formal 45 Mothers' Tea 45 Ushers 45 Girls' League Rep- resentative 4. LINDA JESSAMINE ESTHER5 Honor Society 3, 45 Commissioner of Publicity 45 JCL 2,3,45 INR 3,45 Art Guild 45 Medical Careers 45 Prom 35 Senior Assembly 25 Library Assistant 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. CHARLES WILLIAM EYMAN lBiIIl: Honor Socie- ty 45 USE Vice-President 45 Sophomore Class President5 Senate 3,45 Debate 3,45 MLC 3,4, Secretary-Treasurer 35 INR 35 Connecticut Yan- kee 25 Prom 35 Homecoming 2,35 Tolo 2,35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Christmas Assembly 2,35 Senior Committee 45 Office Assistant 45 Library Assistant 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. VICKIE LYNN FEITUSH: Debate 3,45 Drill Team 35 Rally 45 FTA 45 MLC 3,45 Tennis 2,35 Tolo 35 Cap and Gown 35 Senior Assembly 35 Sen- ior Committee 4 Bookstore 45 Pep Club 2,3,4: Girls' League 2,3,4. DELLA JEAN FISHER: Mid-Winter Formal 35 Mathers' Tea 35 Senior Assembly 35 Office As- sistant 45 Ushers 2,35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4, Representative 3. RODNEY FRANCIS FITCH lRodl: Senior Class Vice-President5 Senate 45 Band 2,3,45 In- auraural Band 25 Pep Band 25 Dance Band 25 Trombone Quartet 3,45 Football A 3,45 Basket- ball B 2,3, A 45 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Prom 35 Senior Assembly 25 Senior Committee 45 Book- room Assistant 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. MARY KATHRYN FLOREN5 FTA 45 Office As- sistant 45 Library Assistant 45 Girls' League 2, 3,4. DENNIS LEE FLUEGGE5 Honor Society 45 Tri-M 3, President 45 Senior Class President5 Debate 45 Band 2,3,45 Inaugural Band 2, Vice-Presi- dent 35 Pep Band 2,35 Dance Band 2,35 Trum- pet Trio 2,3,45 JCL 2,3,45 Track 25 Connecticut Yankee 25 IKE Hilarities 35 Senior Assembly 2, 35 Senior Committee 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,45 Solo-Ensemble Contest 2,3,4. EDWARD E. FOAT lEcll5 Art Guild 3,45 Audio- Visual 45 Cafeteria 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. PATRICK CHARLES FORD lPatl5 Debate 3,45 INR 45 Science 45 Library Assistant 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. THOMAS D. FORLER lToml5 FFA 45 Stage Crew 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. CARL PHILLIP FOUCH5 Senate 45 Choir 2,3, Vice-President 45 Madrigal 3,45 All-State Choir 35 FFA 3,45 IKE Hilarities 45 Track 35 Cross Country 25 Stage Crew 45 Boys' Federation 2, 3,4. CAROL REBECCA FOUCH5 Girls' Glee 25 Choir 3,45 Madrigal 45 Library Assistant 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. TERRY RONALD FOULKES5 FTA 45 MLC 2,3,45 INR 35 Prom 35 Senior Assembly 35 Thanks- giving Assembly 45 Christmas Assembly 45 Veterans' Day Assembly 45 Office Assistant 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,45 First Place, Voice of Democracy Contest. ALEX LEON FRANK: Tri-M 3, Vice-President 45 Band 2,3,45 Inaugural Band 25 Debate 35 Med- ical Careers 45 Baseball B 2, A 35 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. LINDA JANE FRANK: Honor Society 3,, Secre- tary 45 Thespians 3,45 Senate 35 JCL 2,3,45 MLC 45 Books and Crooks 35 Teahouse of the August Moon 35 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 35 Homecoming 25 Senior Assembly 25 FFA Sweet- heart Princess 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Council 25 Girls' League 2,3,4. PATRICIA ANN FRICK lPatl5 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. LEROY DEAN GANO5 Library Assistant 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. JEFFREY STEVEN GIARDI Jeffl5 Wrestling A 2 3,45 Track 35 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Prom 3- Senior Assembly 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. LOREN DELBERT GILKEY lLarryl5 Senate 35 Band 2,35 Inaugural Band 25 Men's Chorus 45 FFA 45 Library Assistant 35 Bookroom Assistant 35 Audio-Visual 2,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. ROBERT CHARLES GILMORE IBobl5 Senate 25 Football B2, A 3,45 Basketball B 2, A 3,45 Baseball B 2, A 3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 IKE Hilarities 3,45 Senior AssembIy"35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. MARK ROBERT GLASPEY: Senate President Pro- Tempore 45 Football A 3, Captain 45 Track 35 Lettermen's Cub 3,45 Senior Committee 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. KENNETH C. GORDNER lKenI: Band 2,3,45 ln- augural Band 25 Pep Band 25 JCL 2,3,45 Con- necticut Yankee 25 IKE Hilarities 35 Senior As- sembly 2,35 Library Assistant 45 Boys' Federa- tion 2,3,4. JOHN RICHARD GRAFF: Band 2,3,45 Inaugural Band 25 Pep Band 2,3,45 Dance Band 2,35 Trumpet Trio 45 Solo-Ensemble Contest 2,3,45 IKE Hilarities 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. MARY JANE E. GRAHAM: Band 2,3,45 ln- augural Band 25 Pep Band 45 Orchestra 45 MLC 25 Senior Assembly 2,35 Thanksgiving Assembly 45 Christmas Assembly 25 Pep Band 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. WILMA RUTH GREGORY5 Bookstore 3,45 Ushers 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,35 Girls' League -2,3,4. ROBERT L. HAGEMEIR lBobl5 Band 2,35 In- augural Band 25 Men's Chorus 45 Football B 2, 343,45 IKE Hilarities 45 Boys' Federation 2, .sis ,N 5 MARCELLA RAE HALDEMAN IMarcyl5 MLC 35 INR 2,35 Art Guild 45 Books and Crooks 35 IKE Hilarities 45 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Office Assistant 35 Library Assistant 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2, 3,45 Representative 2. PATRICIA ANN HAMMOND lPatl5 Office As- sistant 35 Ushers 25 Senior Assembly 35 Pep Club 25 Girls' League 2,3,4. CHRISTINE BETH HAMPER lChrisl5 Choir 2,3,45 Madrigal 3,45 MLC 25 Teahouse of the August Moon 35 On Borrowed Time 45 Mid-Winter Formal 45 Mothers' Tea 3,45 Senior Assembly 35 Office Assistant 45 Library Assistant 35 Ushers 2,35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3, President 4. SANDRA F. HANK: JCL 25 Library Assistant 35 English Department Typing Assistant 45 Pep Club 2,35 Girls' League 2,3,4. JAMES EARL HANSON lJiml5 FFA 45 FTA 45 IKE Hilarities 45 Bays' Federation 2,3,4. lNot picturedl DENNIS EDWARD HASSELL5 Honor Society 45 Tri-M 3,45 Band 2,3,45 Inaugural Band 2, Man- ager 45 Pep Band 3,45 Prom 35 Traffic Control 2, Captain 3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,45 North- west Music Conference 4. LARRY GLENN HECKER5 MLC 45 Audio-Visual 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. JANICE ELAINE HENDERSON lJanl5 FTA 45 Mid-Winter Formal 35 Senior Assembly 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3, Representative 4. DENNIS GREGORY HESSDORFER5 On Borrowed Time 45 IKE Hilarities 45 Stage Crew 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. MARSHA JEAN HIEBERT5 Band 2,3,45 Inaugural Band 25 Pep Bond 3,45 MLC 25 Office Assist- ant 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. STEVEN HILL: Tri-M 45 Choir 2,3,4, President 35 Madrigal 2,3,45 FFA 2, Reporter 3, Presi- dent 45 MLC 2,35 Wrestling A 2,35 Lettermen's Club 25 Teahouse of the August Moon 35 H.M.S. Pinafore 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. ANNE KELTON HISLOP: Salutatorian 45 Honor Society 3, Vice-President 45 Quill and Scroll 3, Secretary 45 Thespions 45 Junior Class Treas- urer5 Senate 45 REVEILLE 3, Editor 45 JCL 2, 3,45 INR 3, Program Chairman 45 Play Com- mittee 2,3,45 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 25 Homecoming 25 Senior Assembly 25 Intervalley High School Committee for Junior Red Cross 25 Art Guild 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. JOHN PAYNE HODKINSON: Band 2,3,45 ln- augural Band 25 Pep Band 2,3,45 Boys' Feder- ation 2,3,4. TERRY W. HOHENSHELT: FFA 45 MLC 25 Wrest- lina B 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. ANDREA LEE HOLLAR5 Honor Society 45 Tri-M 4: Band 2,3,45 Inaugural Band 2, FTA 3,45 MLC 2,35 Books and Crooks 35 Proim 35 Micl- Winter Formal 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Office Assistant 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2, 3,4. HOWARD PRICE HOLT: FFA 45 Boys' Federa- tion 2,3,4. JACQUELINE MARIE HOOGSTAD lJacquiel5 Transfer from Everett, Washington. Art Guild 4. RONALD WILLIAM HOUGH lRonl5 Tri-M 45 Band 2,3,45 Inaurgural Band 25 Pep Band 2, 3,45 Dance Band 2,3,45 MLC 25 IKE Hilarities 35 FFA Sweetheart Ball 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. RHIO H. HOVE5 Honor Society 45 Prom 35 Mid- Winter Formal 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. MARY JO HUFFERD5 INR 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. VICKI JO HUGHES: Tri-M 45 Senate 45 Choir 2,3,45 Madrigal 45 Girls' Quartet 25 Drill Team 2,35 Rally 45 MLC 2,35 Connecticut Yan- kee 25 IKE Hilarities 35 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 2,35 Homecoming 45 Tolo 2,35 Senior Assemblv 2,35 Homecoming Queen 45 Office Assistant 35 Ushers 25 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. JAMES R. HUTCHINS lJiml5 Band 2,3,45 ln- augural Band 25 Pep Band 2,3,45 Art Guild 3, 45 Track 2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Library Assistant 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. NANCY CAROL HYNDMAN: Debate 25 FTA 2, 3,45 MLC 25 Science 45 Medical Careers Presi- dent 45 IKE Hilarities 45 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 45 Homecoming 45 Tolo 25 Mothers' Tea 35 Senior Assembly 35 Office Assistant 45 Ush- ers 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. DAVID HUGHES JOHNSON lDavel: Quill and Scroll 45 FIVE-STAR JOURNAL 3, Sports Editor 45 Baseball Manager 25 Lettermen's Club 2,3, 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. WAYNE LEWIS KASEMEIER5 Senate 2,35 Band 35 MLC 25 Football B 2,35 Basketball B 25 Senior Assembly 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. LYNDAL MARIAN KEITH: Validictorion 45 Honor Societv 3,45 Quill and Scroll 3, Treasurer 45 FIVE-STAR JOURNAL 3, Managing Editor 45 FTA 3, Treasurer 45 MLC 2,35 Prom 35 Mid- Winter Formal 35 Senior Committee 45 Office Assistant 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. ROBERT KELTNER IBobl: Football B 25 Track 2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Bookroom As- sistant 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. JEAN C, KENNEDY Ueanriiel: Drill Team 2,3, Lieutenant,45 FTA 2,3,45 JCL 2,3,45 MLC 45 INR 3,45 Prom 35 Tolo 2,3,45 Mothers' Tea 2, 3,45 Senior Assembly 25 Ushers 25 Pep Club 2, 3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. SUSAN APRIL KENT lSueI: Honor Society 45 Thespians 45 Drill Team 2,3, Captain 45 Girls' Glee 25 FIVE-STAR JOURNAL 45 FTA 2,3,45 JCL 2,3,45 INR 3, Social Chairman 45 Intra- murals 45 Tennis 2,3,45 GALES 2,3, President 4: Connecticut Yankee 25 Books and Crooks 35 IKE Hilarities 45 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 35 Homecoming 2,35 Tolo 2,3,45 Mothers' Tea 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 FFA Sweetheart Prin- cess 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. Vice-President 3. BARBARA JEAN KESSINGER5 Band 2,35 In- auaural Band 25 INR 45 Mid-Winter Formal 35 Office Assistant 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. In class competition during a Pep assembly, our representatives, Ron Offret and Dennis Fluegge, beat the sophomores and iuniors by a mile. Happy days are here again!-for Marcia Paine. SUSAN DEE KLAPSTEIN, Transfer from Los An- geles, California. Honor Society 4. LAWRENCE PETER KLAVANO lLarryl: Band 2, 3, Inaugural Band 2, Pep Band 2,3, Debate 3,4, MLC 2, Track 3, Books and Crooks 3, IKE Hilarities 3, Senior Assembly 3, Office As- sistant 4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. MARILYN JOYCE KNOBEL: Tri-M 3, Program Chairman 4, Band 2,3,4, Inaugural Band 2, Pep Band 2,3,4, MLC 2, INR 3, Medical Ca- reers 4, Senior Assembly 2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. JUDITH ANN KNOPP lJUdyl: Band 4, Office Assistant 4, Girls' League 2,3,4. BEVERLY KAY KOCH, Art Guild 4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. MYRVAN T. KOENIG, FFA 2,3,4, Track 2, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. KAREN SUE KORACH: MLC 2,3, Medical Ca- reers 4, Teahouse of the August Moon 3, IKE Hilarities 4, Mothers' Tea 4, Senior Assembly 2,3, Office Assistant 4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' Leaaue 2,3,4, Representative 3. MARY KATHERINE KOTLARZ: Mid-Winter For, mal 4, Ushers 2, Pep Club 3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. JUDITH MINA KRISTFELT lJudyl: Girls' Glee 3, Pep Club 2,3, Girls' League 2,3,4. SANDRA SUE KUKUCZKA lSandyl: Drill Team 3,4, FTA 4, MLC 2,3, INR 4, Medical Careers 4, Prom 3, Mid-Winter Formal 2, Tolo 3,4, Mothers' Tea 3, Senior Assembly 3, Office As- sistant 4, Ushers 2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls League 2,3,4. LEE ANN KURR: FTA 3,4, MLC 3,4, INR 4, Art Guild 4, Peg O' My Heart 2, Mothers' Tea 2, Office Assistant 4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls League 2,3,4, Model UN 4. MICHAEL H. LACY lMikel: Track 4, Intramural Basketball 4, Basketball C 2, Boys Federation 2,3,4. steven MEREDITH LAMBERT isfevet, science 4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. lNot pictured.l DARREL WAYNE LANDTRIP, Wrestling B 3: Boys' Federation 2,3,4, ' - STANLEY LAUGHTER lStanl, Boys Federation 2,3,4. CHARLES PATRICK LAW IPatl, Art Guild 4, Medical Careers 4, Wrestling B 2,3, Baseball B 2, Prom 3, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. . CHRISTINE MARIE LAWSON lChrisl: Honor Society 4, Thespians 4, Senate 4, FTA, 3.4: MLC 2,3,4, INR 3, President 4, Books and Crooks 3, Teahouse of the August Moon 3, On Borrowed Time 4, Pram 3, Mid-Winter Formal 3, Senior Assembly 2,3, Senior Committee 4: Office Assistant 3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. JOANN LECOCQ: Honor Society 4, Junior Class Secretary, Debate 3,4, Rally 4, JCL 2,3,4, MLC 4, Connecticut Yankee 2, Prom 3, Mid-Winter Formal 3, Senior Assembly 2,3, Senior Com- mittee 4, FFA Sweetheart 4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4, Representative 3. I24 LESTER MELVIN LEROSS lLesl: Honor Society 4, Senate 3, JCL 2,3,4, Football B 2, A 3, Track 2,3,4, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, Mid- Winter Formal 3,4, Senior Assembly 2, Boys' Federation 2,3, President 4. DAN GUY LITZENBERGER: Senate 4, FFA 2, Football B 2, A 3,4, Wrestling B 2, A 3,4, Baseball B 2, A 3,4, Lettermen's Club 3,4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. EVERETT M. LOGAN, Senate 4, Men's Chorus 4, Track 2,3,4, Cross Country 2, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, Library Assistant 4, Boys' Federa- -tion 2,3,4. WILLIAM LOREN LUNBOM lBiIIl: Boys' Fed- eration 2,3,4. INot pictured.I DAVID WILLIAM LYNCH lDavel, FFA 2,3,4, On Borrowed Time 4, Audio-Visual 3,4, Traffic Control 2,3, Stage Crew 4, Boys' Federation 2, 3,4. DEE HELEN LYNDE: Girls' Glee 2,3,4, Medical Careers 4, GALES 2, Mothers' Tea 2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. LEE EULA LYNDE: Girls' Glee 2,3,4, Medical Careers 4, GALES 2, Mid-Winter Formal 4, Ushers 4, Pep Club 2,3, Girls' League 2,3,4. DARLENE MAE MANN: Senate 4, INR 3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4, Representa- tive 3. SHIRLEY MARIE MARSH, MLC 2,3, INR 2,3, IKE Hilarities 4, Prom 3, Mid-Winter Formal 2, Homecoming 2, Cap and Gown 3, Senior Assembly 2,3, Office Assistant 3, Pep Club 2,3, Treasurer 4, Girls' League 2,3,4. EVERETT RAY MARSHALL: Art Guild Secretary 4, Football B 3, Track 2, IKE Hilorities 4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. BRUCE HARRINGTON MARTIN: Debate 4, MLC 2,3, Science Club 3, President 4, Prom 3, Office Assistant 4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. DOUGLAS E. MATHEWS lDougI, Wrestling B 2, Lettermen's Club 2, Library Assistant 3,4, Sabres 2, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. BONNIE JILL MATHUS: JCL 2,3,4, Prom 3, Mid-Winter Formal 3,4, Mothers' Tea 4, Office Assistant 3, Ushers 3,4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3, Representative 4. LOIS ANNE McDONALD, Honor Society 4, Quill and Scroll 3, President 4, REVEILLE 3, Assist- ant Editor 4, JCL 2,3,4, MLC 4, INR 3,4, FTA 3, Prom 3, Assembly Committee 2, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. GARY McLEAN, MLC 2, Boys' Federation 2,3, 4. KINGSLEY GEORGE McPHERSON lKingl, Senate 4, Basketball B 2, A 3,4, Track 3, Lettermen's Club 3, President 4, Boys' Federqtion 2,3,4. WENDELL JACK MEYER: Boys' Federation 2,3, 4. lNot pictured.l GLENETTA MAY MONTGOMERY, FTA 2,3,4, Pep Club 2,3, Girls' League 2,3,4. ANITA MAXINE MOORE lTial, Honor Society 4, Senate 2,3, Debate 3,4, MLC 2,3,4, French Club Secretary 2, INR 2,3,4, Peg O' My Heart 2, Connecticut Yankee 2, IKE Hilarities 3, Prom 3, Mid-Winter Formal 2,3, Senior Assembly 2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4, Rep- resentative 2,3. VICKI LEE MORFORD: Girls' Glee 2,3, Choir 4, Bookstore 3,4, Pep Club 2, Girls' League 2, 3,4. PATRICK DEWITT MORGAN lPatl, Baseball B 2,3, Audio-Visual 2, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. MARGARET ANN MORRIS lMargiel, Band 3,4, Bookstore 4, Ushers 3,4, Pep Club 3,4, Girls' Leaaue 2,3,4. WILLIAM FRED MOSS lBiIll, Science Club 4, Senior Assembly 3, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. DIANE MARIE MYERS, Honor Society 4, Drill Team 3,4, FTA 2,3,4, MLC 2,3,4, INR 2,3,4, Prom 3, Homecoming 4, Tolo 3,4, Mothers' Tea 3, Cap and Gown 3, Senior Assembly 3, Pep Club 2,3, President 4, Girls' League 2, 3,4. JAMES C. MYERS lJiml Band 2,3,4, Inaugural Band 2, Dance Band 2,3, Orchestra 4, Med- ical Careers 4, Basketball B 2, Teahouse of the August Moon 3, On Borrowed Time 4, Office Assistant 4, Audio-Visual 3, Stage Crew 3, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. RONALD EDWARD NELSON lRonl Science Club 3, Traffic Control 2, Lieutenant 3, Captain 4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. JUDITH ARLENE NORTON lJUdyl: Medical Ca- reers 4, Library Assistant 4, Girls' League 2, 3,4, RONALD OFFRET lRonl, Football A 4, Basket- ball B 2,3, Baseball B 2, A 3,4, Lettermen's Club 4, Senior Assembly 3, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. DANIEL CARLEE OLSON lDanl: FFA 2, Vice- President 3, Secretary 4, Boys' Federation 2, 3.4. GLORIA JANE OSBORNE: Office Assistant 4, gsgiis 2,3,4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League JOY KAY OWENS, Ushers 4, Pep Club 3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. MARCIA FRANCES PAINE: Honor Society 3,4, Thespians 3, Vice-President 4, Commissioner of Clubs 4, JCL 2,3,4, MLC 3,4, INR 3, Secretary- Treasurer 4, Connecticut Yankee 2, Teahouse of the Aunust Moon 3, On Borrowed Time 4, Prom 3, Mid-Winter Formal 3, Senior Assembly 2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. KATHY J. PARKER: Senate 4, FTA 4, Art Guild 3,4, Medical Careers 4, Peg O' My Heart 2, IKE Hilarities 3,4, Prom 3, Homecoming 2,4, Mothers' Tea 2,3, GALES 2, Office Assistant 4, Library Assistant 3, Ushers 2,3,4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4, Representative 2. RICHARD COFFIN PATTERSON: JCL 3,4, MLC 3, President 4, Thespians 3,4, Teahouse of the August Moon 3, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. lNot pictured.l KAREN LEE PEARSON: REVEILLE 4, MLC 2,3, 4, INR 3,4, Model UN 4, Peg O' My Heart 2, Connecticut Yankee 2, Books and Crooks 3, Tea- house of the August Moon 3, IKE Hilarities 4, Prom 3, Mid-Winter Formal 2, Homecoming 2,3, Tala 2, Senior Assembly 2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. LINDA ANN PEARSON: Band 2,3,4, Inaugural Band 2, Pep Band 3,4, FTA 3,4, Medical Ca- reers 4, Books and Crooks 3, Prom 3, Pep Club 2,3 4, Girls' League 2,3,4. MARY LOU PERRY, Band 2,3, Inaugural Band 2, FTA 2,3,4, MLC 2, Teahouse of the August Moon 3, On Borrowed Time 4, Mathers' Tea 4, Senior Assembly 2, Office Assistant 3,4, Library Assistant 3, Bookstore 4, Ushers 3, Qingdao-Visual 3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League RICHARD WAYNE PETTYJOHN lRickl: JCL 2,3, 3,4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4, SANDRA M. PHELPS lSandyl, Drill Team 4, FTA 3,4, MLC 2,3, Mid-Year Formal 2,3, Tolo 4, Mothers' Tea 2,3,4, Senior Assembly 3, Office Assistant 4, Ushers 2,3, Pep Club 2,3, 4, Girls' League 2,3, Treasurer 4. JANET ESTHER QUINN: Drill Team 4, FTA 3,4, Prom 3, Mid-Winter Formal 4, Senior Assembly 3, Senior Committee 4, Office Assistant 4, Ushers 2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2, 3,4, Representative 2. WILLIAM ALBERT RABER lBiIll: Band 3, Orches- tra 2, MLC 2,3, Books and Crooks 3, Prom 3, Boys' Federation 2,3, Treasurer 4. CLAUDIA JEAN RECORDS, Honor Society 4, FTA 3,4, MLC 2,3, INR 3, Mothers' Tea 2,3, Senior Assembly 2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. ELIZABETH ANN REED lBethl: Trl-M 3, Chair 4, Madrigal 4, INR 4, Art Guild 4, IKE Hilari- ties 4, H.M.S. Pinafore 4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. KARL EDWARD REID, JR. lEdl: Senate 3, Foot- ball B 2, A 3,4, Track 2,3, Lettermen's Club 3,4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4, ROXANNA LEE RICE: FTA 4, MLC 2,3, French Club President 4, INR 3, Science Club 4, Med- ical Careers 4, Prom 3, Mothers' Tea 4, Office Assistant 4, Ushers 2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4, Girls Tri-State Representative 3. CHARLES RICH lCI1uckI: Band 3,4, Pep Band 4, MLC 4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. GARY DOUGLAS RINGER: Senate 4, FFA 4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. ANDREA RAE RITCHEY: Tri-M 3, Historian 4, Thespians 2,3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, Chair 3, Secretary 4, Madrigal 3,4, FTA 2,3, Vice-Presi- dent 4, MLC 2, Connecticut Yankee 2, H.M.S. Pinafore 4, IKE Hilarities 3,4, Prom 3, Cap and Gown 3, Senior Assembly 2,3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. WANDA LAREE ROBB, Girls' Glee 3, Pep Club 3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. LARRY MICHAEL ROBERTS: Art Guild 3,4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. TIMOTHY LARRY ROBERTS lTiml: Football B 2, Intramurals 3, Library Assistant 4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. DARYL EARL ROBINS, Senate 4, Men's Chorus 4, Baseball B 2, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. DAVID ARTHUR ROBINS lDavel, Band 2,3, ln- augural Band 2, Pep Band 2, Men's Chorus 4, Baseball B 2, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. LARRY LEE ROCKWELL, Senior Class Treasurer, MLC 2, Science Club 3, Baseball B 2, A 3,4, Lettermen's Club 3, Secretary-Treasurer 4, IKE Hilarities 4, Senior Committee 4, Office Assist- ant 4, Library Assistant 3, Sabres 2, President 3.4, Bays' Federation 2,3,4. WILLIAM DONALD ROE lBiIll: JCL 2,3,4, Foot- ball B 3, A 4, Basketball B 3, Track 2,3,4, Lettermen's Club 3,4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. JILL ELIZABETH ROLFE, Drill Team 4, Cheer- leader 3, FTA 2, MLC 2,3, INR 2, Connecticut Yankee 2, IKE Hilarities 4, Prom 3, Mid-Winter Formal 2, Homecoming 4, Mothers' Teo 2, Cap and Gown 3, Senior Assembly 2,3, Office Assistant 4, Pep Club 2,3, Cabinet 4, Girls' League 2,3,4, Representative 2. CARL CLIFFORD RUSSELL, Thespians 2,3,4, De- bate 3, Art Guild 4, Medical Careers 4, Tea- house of the August Moon 3, Prom 3, Senior Assembly 3, Assembly Committee 3, Boys' Fed- eration 2,3,4. THELMA LYNNE RYDERz MLC 4, Art Guild 4, Girls' League 2,3,4. DAVID H. SAMSON lDavel, Basketball B 3, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. TAHNA MARIE SAMUELSON, Art Guild 3, Pres- ident 4, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4. NANCY JEAN SATTERWHITE: Band 2,3,4, In- augural Band 2, FTA 3,4, JCL 2,3,4, Medical Careers 4, Prom 3, Mothers' Tea 4, Senior Assembly 2, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2, 3,4. JAMES HENRY SCHAFER lJiml: Men's Chorus 3, Choir 4, MLC 2,3, Art Guild 4, Track 2,3, 4, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, Senior Assembly 3, Boys' Federation 2,3,4. ROBERT GEORGE SCHAFER lBobl: Band 2,3,45 Inaugural Band 25 Pep Band 2,3,45 Dance Band 25 German Band 45 Solo-Ensemble Contest 35 -MLC 25 IKE Hilorities 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. BARRY JOHN SCHOENGARTH: Men's Chorus 35 Choir 45 FFA 2,45 Football A 3,45 Wrestling A 2,35 Track 2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3,45 Prom 35 Homecoming Prince 45 Library Assistant 4: Boys' Federation 2,3,4. MARTHA MARION SEBASTIAN: Honor Society 45 Quill and Scroll 3, Ways and Means Chair- man 45 FIVE-STAR JOURNAL 3, Hi-Time Editor 4, FTA 2,3,45 MLC 2,3,45 INR 3,45 Math and Science 35 Peg O' My Heart 25 Connecticut Yankee 25 Prom 35 Senior Assembly 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4, Representa- tive 2,35 Girls State 3. RONALD ALLEN SHAEFFER lRonl: Band 2,3,45 Inaugural Band 25 Debate 45 JCL 2,35 Chess Club President 45 Connecticut Yankee 2: Tea- house of the August Moon 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,45 Thespians 4. ROSEMARY JANE SHREVE: Girls' Glee 35 Christmas Assembly 45 Bookstore 45 Girls' League 2,3,4. l SANDRA KAREN SHROPSHIRE ISandyl: Choir 3,45 Ushers 45 Girls' League 2,3,4. WILLIAM ERNEST SIEGELE lBilll: Honor Society 45 Math and Science Treasurer 35 Boys' Fed- eration 2,3,4. ' DAVID F. SINCLAIR lDavel: Honor Society 4: Quill and Scroll 3, Vice-President 45 Commis- sioner of lnterschool Relations 45 Junior Class President5 Senate 2,35 FIVE-STAR JOURNAL 3, Editor-in-Chief 45 JCL 2,3,45 Football B 2, A 3,45 Basketball B 2,3, A 45 Track 2,45 Letter- men's Club 3,45 Prom 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. MARILYN KAY SKIDMORE5 Honor Society 4: Tri-M 45 Orchestra 25 Choir 3,45 Madrigal 45 FTA 3,45 MLC 3,45 INR 45 Art Guild 3,45 IKE Hilarities 45 Senior Committee 45 Pep Club 2.3: 45 Girls' League 2,3,4. GEORGE D. SMITH, JR.: Debate 3,45 Basket- ball B 25 Track B 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. JUDITH EILEEN SMITH lJudyl: Girls' Glee 25 Choir 3,45 IKE Hilorities 45 Ushers 3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. LINDA RAE SMITH: Art Guild 45 Mothers' Tea 25 Ushers 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. SANDRA RAE SMITH lSanclyI: MLC 35 IKE Hilar- ities 45 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 35 Senior Assembly 35 Pep Club 3,45 Girls' League 2,3, 4. DARRYL HOYD SMOOT: FFA 45 Football B 35 Basketball B 25 Tennis 2,3,45 Intramurals 35 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. PHILIP EUGENE SOUDER lPhill5 Honor Society 3, President 45 Senate 45 JCL 2,3,45 Teahouse of the August Moon 35 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 3,45 Senior Assembly 25 Boys' Federa- tion 2,3, Vice-President 45 Boys State 35 Boys' Nation 3. SUZANNE EDITH SPAULDING: Senate 35 MLC 25 INR 35 Art Guild 3,45 Medical Careers 45 Mid-Winter Formal 45 Mothers' Tea 3,45 Senior Assembly 35 Office Assistant 3,45 Library As- sistant 2,35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2, 3, Vice-President 4. KIM RHODES STEINHILB: Transfer from British Columbia, Canada. lNot pictured.l ETHNA LILLIAN STEVENS lLiIlianl: FTA 2,3,45 MLC 2,3,45 Senior Assembly 35 Office Assist- ant 3,45 Ushers 2,3,45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls League 2,3,4. MARGO ANN STILTNER: Honor Society 3.4: Tri-M 3, Treasurer 45 Band 2,3, Secretary 45 Inaugural Band 25 Pep Band 35 FTA 3,45 MLC 2,35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. STEPHEN RITCHIE STROSAHL lStevel: Honor Society 45 JCL 2,3,45 Football B 2,3, A 45 Baseball A 2,3,45 Leiter-men's Club 2,3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. MARGARET MARIE STURGIS lMarlil: Transfer from Portland, Oregon. FIVE-STAR JOURNAL 4. GARLAND OZELL SULLINS: FFA 2,3,45 Art Guild 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. KENNA LOUISE THOMAS: Honor Society 45 Tri-M 35 Exectuive Mashal 45 Thespians 3, 45 Band 2,3,45 Inaugural Band 25 Pep Band 2,3,45 Choir 35 Madrigal 35 Solo-Ensemble Contest 2,3,45 FTA 3,45 MLC 2,35 Books and Crooks 35 On Borrowed Time 45 H.M.S. Pina- fore 45 Mothers' Tea 3,45 Senior Assembly 2,35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. JAMES L. D. THOMAS lJiml: Boys' Federation ,3,4. RONALD DEAN THOMAS lRonI: Band 2,3,45 Inaugural Bancl 25 Pep Band 2,35 FFA 45 Stage Crew 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. RUSSELL E. THOMAS lRussl: Men's Chorus 45 iliogfall B 25 Baseball B 25 Boys' Federation STEVEN CHARLES THOMAS lSteveI: Men's Chorus 45 Baseball B 2,35 Boys' Federation 2, 3,4. CURTIS EDGINGTON THOMPSON: Senate 2,35 Ski Club 25 Football B 25 Track 2,3,45 Letter- men's Club 2,3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. RALPH E. THOMPSON: JCL 2,3,45 MLC 45 Football A 3,45 Basketball C 2, B 35 Track 25 Intramural Basketball 45 Lettermen's Club 45 Prom 35 Bookroom Assistant 45 Boys' Federa- tion 2,3,4. DONNA KAY TRENERRY: Art Guild 45 Mid- Winter Formal 45 Tolo 45 Mothers' Tea 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. JOANNE KAYE TRINDLE: Band 2,3,45 Inaugural Band 25 FTA 2,35 Mathers' Tea 25 Senior As- sembly 25 Ushers 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. LARRY LEE TURNER: Football B 2, A 3,45 Wrestling A 25 Lettermen's Club 45 Boys' Fed- eration 2,3,4. RICHARD KINGSLEY TURNER lRickl5 Tri-M 45 Choir 2,3,45 Wrestling B 25 IKE Hilarities 45 Library Assistant 45 Audio-Visual 25 Bays' Fed- eration 2,3,4. ROBERT KARL UDELL lBobl: Quill and Scroll 45 REVEILLE Photography Editor 45 MLC 2,35 Prom 35 Senior Assembly 35 Senior Committee 35 Bovs' Federation 2,3,4. CYNTHIA ANN ULRICH: Honor Society 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Thespians 45 USE Secretary 45 Commissioner of Assemblies 35 Senate 45 FIVE- STAR JOURNAL 45 FTA 3,45 JCL 3,45 Prom 35 Mothers' Tea 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Office Assistant 3,45 Ushers 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. MALCOLM ALEXIS ULRICH: Honor. Society 3, Treasurer 45 Quill and Scroll 45 REVEILLE Copy Editor 45 JCL 2,3, President 45 Math and Science 35 Cross Country 25 Teahouse of the August Moon 35 Prom 35 Senior Assembly 35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. JOHN FERDINAND VALDEZ. Band 2,3,45 ln. augural Band 25 Pep Band 2,3,45 JCL 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. ROBERT JOHNSTON VOGEL lBobl: 'Quill and Scroll 45 Tri-M 45 Band 2,3,45 Inaugural Band 2: Pep Band 2,3,45 FIVE-STAR JOURNAL 3, Photographer 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. GRETCHEN MARIE VON PEIN: Honor Society 45 Tri-M 3,45 Band 2,3, Staff Officer 45 In- augural Band 25 Pep Band 3,45 FTA 45 MLC 2,35 Books and Crooks 35 Mothers' Tea 2,35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Senior Committee 45 Pep Slab 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3, Representative JERRY LEWIS WALKER: Football B 35 Basket- ball C 25 Baseball A 2,3,45 Intramurals 3,45 Lettermens Club 2,3,45 Library Assistant 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. WARD J. WALKER: Tri-M 3,45 Band 2,3,45 ln- augural Band 25 Pep Band 3,45 Dance Band 35 Orchestra 4- Clarinet Quartet 3,45 Mech and Science 35 IKE Hilorities 35 Library Assistant 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. ERIC WAYNE WARBURTON: Band 25 Inaugural Band 25 FFA 25 Library Assistant 45 Boys' Fed- eration 2,3,4. QAZVID LEROY WASCHER: Boys' Federation 2, ROBERT BOONE WATERS lBobI: Men's Chorus 45 MLC 25 Tennis 2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 2,3, 4: Bovs' Federation 2,3,4. STUART KINGSLEY WEBER lStuI: Honor Socie- ty 45 USE President 45 Senate 45 JCL 3,45 Foot- ball A 45 Basketball B 2, A 3,45 Track 3,45 Baseball B 25 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Senior Assembly 2,35 Office Assistant 45 Boys' Federa- tion 2,3,45 Twinlow Student Leadership Con- ference 3. PATRICIA ANN WEBER lPatl: Senate 25 Choir 2,3,4, Secretarv 25 Madrigal 45 Girls' Quartet 25 FIVE-STAR JOURNAL 35 MLC 25 Art Guild Treasurer 45 Books and Crooks 35 IKE Hilari- ties 3,45 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 2,3,45 Homecoming 3,45 Tala 2,3,45 Mothers' Tea 45 Senior Assembly 2,35 Homecoming Princess 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3, Representa- tive 4. BETTE ANN WEBSTER: Honor Society 45 MLC 2,35 Prom 35 Mid-Winter Formal 45 Mothers' Tea 3,45 Cap and Gown 35 Senior Assembly 25 Office Assistant 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3, Secretary 4. PAUL LEE WEIGAND: On Borrowed Time 4: IKE Hilorities 45 Basketball B 25 Stage Crew 45 Bays' Federation 2,3,4. lNot piCtured.J KATHLEEN LOUISE 'WEIST lKathyl: FTA 3,45 MLC 2,35 Mid-Winter Formal 45 Mothers' Tea 45 Office Assistant 45 Library Assistant 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3, Representative 4. LINDA LOUISE WELLINGTON: Transfer from The Dalles, Oregon. Choir 45 FTA 45 Science Club 45 Art Guild 45 IKE Hilorities 45 H.M.S. Pinofore 45 Pep Club 45 Girls' League 4. SHARON N. WENZEL: MLC 35 Library Assistant 3,45 Bookstore 35 Ushers 35 Pep Club 2,35 Girls' League 2,3,4. JUDITH LEE WHITAKER lJudyl: Tri-M 45 Band 2,3.4- Inaugural Band 25 Social Secretary 45 Pep Band 2,3,45 FTA 3,45 JCL 2,3,45 MLC 45 GALES 3, Social Secretary 45 Books and Crooks 35 Prom 35 Mothers' Tea ,35 Cap and Gown 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4. Representative 3. MICHAEL FREDERICK WHITEMAN lMikel: Boys' Federation 2,3,4. THOMAS ALEXANDER WIELGOS lT0rnl: JCL 2, 3,45 Football A 3,45 Track 25 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. WLLIAM HOWARD WIESE lHowardl: Quill and Scroll 45 REVEILLE 3, Sports Editor 45 MLC 2, 35 Baseball B 2, A 3,45 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. ROBERT GREEN WIGHT lBobl: Senate 25 On Borrowed Time 45 IKE Hilorities 45 Assembly goaminittee 45 Stage Crew 45 Boys' Federation JACKLYNN IRENE WILKINS: Senate 25 Art Guild 45 Pep Club 25 Girls' Federation 2,3,4. CAROL ELAINE WILLIAMS: Art Guild 45 Ush- ers 2,3,45 Audio-Visual Secretary 35 Girls' League 2,3,4. FRANK H. WILLIAMS: Band 25 Inaugural Band 25 Men's Chorus 4: Boys' Federation 2,3,4. ARLAND DALE WOOD: MLC 25 Science Club 35 Chess Club 4: Football B 2, A 35 Track 2,3,45 Intramurals 2,3,45 Lettermen's Club 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4. DEAN WOODBURN: Men's Chorus 25 FFA 25 Library Assistant 25 Bovs' Federation 2,3,4. LINDA LEA ZARLEY: Transfer from Seattle, Washinaton. Art Guild Vice-President 45 Pep Club 4: Girls' League 4. Our senior girls generated pep before the Davis-Ike game. 5 I SALUTATORIAN Lyndal Keith .. Anne Hislop ... Marcia Paine . Phil Souder . .. Donna Borton . Linda Esther .. Margo Stiltner . Linda Frank .. Marilyn Skidmore Malcolm Ulrich Karen Bergstrom Russ Barron .. Sue Kent ..... .Janet Brown .. Patti Cline .... ANNE HISLOP VALEDICTORIAN LYNDAL KEITH TOP TEN PER CENT 3.963 3.903 3.893 3.880 3.880 3.846 3.815 3.769 3.720 3.654 3.640 3.640 3.621 3.600 3.556 Lois McDonald . . Sue Klapstein .. JoAnn LeCocq .. Dave Sinclair ., Linda Atwood .. Bill Siegele .,.. Martha Sebastian Sharon Eckhardt Rhio Hove ,... Nick Cooper . .. Cindy Ulrich .. Dennis Hassell . . Colin Conant .. Tia Moore . .. 3.556 .3.536 3.429 3.429 3.423 3.423 3.400 3.400 3.400 3.400 3.393 3.393 3.370 3.370 STUDENT LIFE Our years in review. King McPherson, a familiar center on the '63 Varsity, Future grid stars on the way up . . . B Squad 1961. In sports we threw passes . . . shot baskets . . . hit home runs. 1962 . , . Shortstop Dan Dealy warms up with second baseman Tom Atwood. 1961 B Squad . . . With a championship in mind. Our teams won championships and set new records. three times at state in as many years for star runner Bill Roe. 127 Sophomore dance team in Connecticut Yankee . . . There was ci lot of leg work in Cafe rue de Ia Poix, our i962 IKE Hilarities. 128 IKE Hilarifies . . . and Kenna Thomas sang "Graduation" for three different Senior Assemblies. Many of us workecl on plays . . Richard Patterson was Sakini in Teahouse of the August Moon. Barry Curtis aged quick- ly in Connecticut Yankee. Senior assembly. i We went to meetings . . . Something happening on the stage kept the attention of the Pep Club. Worked on dances . . . The Class of '63 put in innumerable hours working on the Junior-Senior Prom in '62. 1 l 1 X Dave Sinclair ranked eating one of his fovorit occupations. Ate frequently . . . and sometimes even studied. And through these years we have discovered that "There is a destiny that makes us brothers, none goes his way alone All that we send out into t e lives of others com s back into our Patti crane and other class members put in long hours studying and working an proiecrs. own." SENIOR WEEK . . . STc1rTed with The assembly . . . followed by Q luncheon QT The Country Club . . . The girls looked bec1uTiTui, The food was superb, and even The chef had ci good Time. f rg THE ALL-NIGHT PARTY Graduation was over . . . the once in a life time celebra- tion was a blast from eleven to sun up . . . breakfast and our week of weeks was over. Grave Seniors listened to the Baccalaureate address. YAKIMA BACCALAUREATE Reverend Albert C. Baker spent his last Sunday afternoon in speaking for The seniors. Congratulations! Mr. Zylstro, chosen os speaker by the seniors, odd- ed humor to his impressive speech entitled "The Double Highway," for which the class gave him u standing ovation. The Class of 1963 COMMENCEMENT After Commencement the seniors turned in their cops ond gowns ond received their diplomas. The senior class filed to their Commencement ceremony before u near-capacity audience. "Oh, you think so?" The Eisenhower faculty played the Davis faculty in an exhibition game to raise money for American Field Service, the foreign student program. Eisen- hower team members warming up are, trom left to right, Bill Hughes, Keith Cabe, Murray Anderson, and Swede Lindquist. Many Eisenhower students spent their weekends skiing at White Pass. Pictured here are Pat Fleenor, Liz Gray, Pat Weber, Bob Mims, Ted Semon, Phil Sauder, Anne Hislop. TALE ENDS Camera man Bob Udell was loaded clown all year with equipment and requests for lust one more shot for that page. Happy Cadet fans surged onto the court after de- feating Davis in a double overtime' Our Year Ends . . . The events in the life of a student at Eisenhower this year were numerous: the many athletic victories and championships in local, district and state competition . . . the full-of-fun-andelearning field trips in science, mathematics, debate, agriculture and history . . . the academic experiences and competition . . . the assemblies and speeches . . . the dedication of the Yakima Valley Stadium built on the Eisenhower campus . . . the annual Junior-Senior Prom . . . the continued stress on scholarship . . . National Merit tests . . . honor rolls and honor society tappings. These events played a big part in the lives and development of the Eisenhower Cadet. However, most of the seniors who have participated in STUDENT LIFE are now going into an adult world: college . . . iobs . . . the armed services . . . marriage . . . a new attitude toward life . . . new positions of responsibility and challenge. Occupied with these new experiences, the former student may soon forget his high school days, but his fondest memories of STUDENT LIFE at Eisenhower will be easily recalled . , . by glancing through this book. . . the 1963 REVEILLE. As seniors formed the pracessional for Commencement, the Class of 1963, as a whole, came together for the last time. We would like to express our sincere appreciation to the following individuals and firms who have assisted us in the production of this book. Taylor Publishing Company The Eisenhower Art Department Mr. R. L. Pederson, . Mr. John Naasz Representative Forest and Whitmire Studio ROY Morshull Mr. Ken Whitmire, Representative The Yakima Herald-Republic Administration .N ,E . . M GUM l t - j h . . 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