Eisenhower High School - Reveille Yearbook (Yakima, WA)

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Eleanor's home is Kidapawan, Botabato, the Philippines, a city located on the second largest island, Mindanao and comes from a family of six children, an only girl with five brothers. "Philippine curriculum," Eleanor said in commenting about the Philippine schools, "is not very different from the U.S. in subiect matter because it is patterned after the American educational system. The iunior high school is eliminated, and we have six years in grade school and four years in high school. Subiects include sciences, arts, and physical education which are taught in English, but Tagalog, our national language, and Spanish are also taught." Eleanor was one of 59 students from the Philippines to receive the honor of being an exchange student. She was interviewed twice by Philip- pine educators before her application papers were mailed for confirmation to the general headquarters in New York. She said, "I was extremely happy when I found out l was granted the scholarship last April l'64l although my American family, school, and community were not known to me until our AFS initiation at Stanford University in July." Eleanor's American family proved to be the Jules Shockleys, whose daughter was a senior at Eisenhower. Eleanor took classes in English, psychology, chemistry, social studies, speech and drama, the activities she selected were Medical Careers Club, Modern Language Club, Pep Club, INR. She was an observing member of cabinet and senate, and participated in lke Hilarities. After graduation from Eisenhower, Eleanor took a three week tour of the U.S. with other AFS students and returned home in July with hopes of college and a future career in medicine. 7 in M. F , . lke's second foreign ex change student was Eleanor Vinson of the Philippines. Eleanor brought a touch of the Philippines to Eisen- hower, frequently wearing her "native costume." Y,,r,.,:,,.-.., .. , , Band Members, are Row l Nancy Poole, Marilyn Schater, Randy Pugh, Anna Grail, Joan Butler, Jeanne Schackley, Steve Marvin, Robert McSay, Linda Buys, Mary Warriner, Barbara Renslo, Julie Thomas, Lynn Shaeller, Marvel Lou Tufts, Row 2 Ann Laloon, Barbara Milham, Janet Picat- li, Nancy Wilson, Ellen Wilson, Charlene Batt, Sheri Sonnebend, Ken Van Amberg, Judy Hammond, La Donna Cook, Jim Thompson, Holly Hollenbeck. Jim Ruse, Gary Mclain, Barbara Lock, Genny Dillin, Dianna Laylield, Linda Crabtree, Jan Findlay, Lynette Engqum, Raw J Roger Johnson, Kent Johnson, Tima Carey, Cathy Bartram, Linda Benscater, Jim Turner, Barney Jones, Jim Bradley, Dan Tilley, Ralph Baker, Roland Curtis, Dale Clark, Wesley Hurst, John Svendsen, Alan Ebert, Bill Yarger, Lynn Jensen, Dale Hardman, Lynn Nolt, Sandy Runyan, Linda Kisner, Starr Horner, Linda Osborn, Gilbert Goolr, Cathy Hartoon, Ed Burnett, larry Taylor, Chuck Hatch, Liz Owen, Row 4 Dick Skordal, Bob Eaton, Paull Hammerstad, Cris Kerr, Rich Galaher, Ken Frank, Dave Hillstrom, Rick Kline, Larry Nichols, Tom Biorgen, Tom Jones, Charles Greenough, Jim Terril, John Denend, Brion Stewart, Allan Thomlinsan, Bob Harvison, Paul Nelson, Gwen Stuphen, Jon Grindahl, Dan Penhallegon, Gary Smith, Sandy Pleille, Evelyn Monaco, Dale Ollret, Joe Collman, Duke Moore, K'elly Edmondson, Pete Schock, Maioretls Gin- ney Reed and Liz Owen. Cadets-Ma The Eisenhower Cadet Band had an active year under the leadership of Director Dick Schact- ler. Starting the season with a concert at the Central Washing- ton Fair, the band participated in a variety of events. The band add- ed to the spirit and color of our football games by presenting half time performances and combined with the Davis Band for a half- time spectacular at the memo- rable Ike-Davis game. As a marching band they par- ticipated in the WSU band day, the Veteran's Day parade, the balloon parade and finished the year with the Memorial Day pa- rade. On January 27, the band with the assistance of the Davis band, performed a Concert at Davis that was well received by the public . . . Eisenhower was proud of their blue uniformed Cadets as they performed as a marching band and as a concert band. Pep Band Row 'l Dick Skordal, Rick Kline, Dave Hillslrom, Row 2 Jeanne Sc'hockley, Ellen Wilson, Joan Butler, Nancy Poole, Janet Picatti, Row 3 Lynn Shaeffer, Linda Buys, Marvel Lou Tufts, Bob McSay, Jim Thomp- son, Row 4 Pele Schock, Dick Moore, Kelly Edmondson, Row 5 Liz Owen, Ed Burnett, Larry Taylor, Chuck Hatch, Row 6 Starr Hornor, Roland Curtis, Tom Jones, Dan Penhallegon, Brian Stewart, Bob Harvison. ters of Music and Marching Orchestra Row 1 Karen Westberg, Maxine Hanie, Kathy Chil- dress, Mary Haglund, l.oret- ta Pfeif, Karen Childress, Marvin Pfeif, Kathy Kunkel, Dianna Trenery, Standing Greg Spencer. German Band Jim Thompson Jim Ruse Tom Biorgen Jim Terril Kelly Edmondson ' Drum Maior Jim Ruse led the Cadets in all their parades I and during half-time perform- onces. Director and Sextet Seniors Jim Thompson, Jim Ruse, Dave Hillsstrom, Rick Kline, Dick Skordal and Brion Stewart, ioin in a musical "sextet". eo 3 S Director Dick Schactler scans music for forth-coming concert. Stage Band Row 1: Starr Horner, Ed Burnett, Chuck Hatch, larry Taylor, Cathy Hartoon, Jim Ruse. Row 2: John Denend, Bob Harvison, Brian Stewart, Dan Penhallegan, Gwen Sutphen, Jim Terril, Jan Grendahl. Row 3: Evelyn Monaco, Dan Tilley, Dale Off- ret, Dick Moore, Kelly Edmondson, Pete Schock, Paul Hammerstad. Around pi- ano Julie Thomas, Jim Thompson, Dick Skordal. Choral Groups as or Q Q e 9,6 ie, , ,aa 9, damn GIRLS' GLEE CLUB: FRONT ROW: Linda Finch, Barbara Marks, Charlotte Jenkins, Sharon Sartin, Kathy Linker, Marilyn Botsford, Peggy Adams, Sue Whiteman, Pam Ulrich, Sue Buys, Connie Crocker, Penny Holms. SECOND ROW: Kay Hammerstead, Lois Staggs, Lois Bridges, Vicki Wines, Nancy Morris, Judy Owen, Regina Mclusky, Paige Arnston, JoAnn Edler, Mary Mendenhall, Sue Strother, Margaret Theobald. THIRD ROW: Ann Stewart, Sandy Carr, Pat Flenor, Martha Anderson, Cynthia Foster, Shelly Farmer, MEN'S CHORUS: FRONT ROW: Al Bowles, Bill Shields, Jack Reed, Ralph Mizell, George Nagle, Ed Coval, Mike Strother, Al Torrey, Phil Glover, John Probst. SECOND ROW: Walt Adams, Dick Waters, Dick Lacey, Mike DeVore, Eugene Haubrich, John Lewis, Tony Saucedo, Mike Malm, Leslie Asplund, Dan Ester. THIRD ROW: John Spaulding, Mike Brown, Terry Frost, Ted Seman, Terry lsom, Kim Rogers, Brian Campbell, Mel Young, Duane Statton, Richard Asher, Dennis Hanscom. ff!! Q 5 ., U K Leslie Williams, Candy Wilks, Barbara Long, Tammy Williams, Sue Haney. FOURTH ROW: Sherry Johnson, Sandra Amos, Gwen Scott, Judy Lebens, Chris Engen, Laura Ponis, Betsy Hill, Sally Villaume, Brenda Johnson, Sue Springer, Becky Maddox, Mary Nagle. Ed Coval accompanied the Men's Chorus as they practiced "Banua." The Cadet Choir sang Nl AM AN AMERlCAN" while Sherry Rynd narrated at the Veterans Day Assembly. x i ,f Qs sii S 5 VK f x f ' ,A L +4 H, gk i If A ?aMWiE9'5f-':"'4?'4i1'sS2 ,f -fjgfiww W wxiiq, ., X: .aZf'I5j 'fffxv-iivaxa W-f iiw-f-"'M1jj2v -,-Qwffm . A ,iswkqmw . M.. f 1 1 f ,, ,V .,, wi+f..w,.3,'m'h' ,w f- - - mwrfktrcw as giiiki' L 'f, W' fiiffwfwr . mf A M .g,,,5fwY' if W w 54 . ey ,, b 5 'X 'kS A A. J. ,, N. 4 vu , ,Q-.U-fn H . vigvklw u 1 4 D1 P , 3? 5., .4 1 5 .. ,W ,, ? J hair 'Q' 'Qi Q4 6, Q. I Z V V K 1, ' ' ,el - V ,f lg K 1 ' A ., I , ff .S 1' T .. - :lv f Y rv. K- vX"S if CHAMBER SINGERS r flag,-, jc, F H- A 'Krug The Chamber Singers made their debut at Eisenhower this year. Developed by Mr. Allen Boyer, the group was designed for those students desiring more advanced vocal training. This small chorus of seventeen girls and seventeen boys, started work on Brahms' "Liebeslieder" love waltzes early in August, hoping to be chosen for All Northwest Music Festival in Portland. Their main activity this year was the sponsoring of "Ike Hilarities" in February, to help pay for their new blazers. I3 'Rf' f. v 1 . A Q 2 wg -.ff i 'Q-'f"55 X A- fW1 -., H- N. ' E " . , 'H-'ff' ' ? j?Q,V N I if J 'Y' 3 'X 9' LW k, Qui: xc. ...E .Y a. , V, xi xxw ,f 5 u K X , X X 2 xxx 49" T ,, M , . We , ,YH - ..M, ,X wx L X l Nm. I . 7 5. S ' Murphy introduced the faculfy to parents during open house. and administration DMINISTRATION Mr. Bob Rogers Assistant Principal Mr. Ted Murphy Principal Mr. Jack Nicholas Assistant Principal SCHOOL BOARD Seated left to right: Robert Klavano Assistant Superintendent R II G Id o a oo Assistant Superintendent 4 'U 1 , Av! . A gh ,,-A f V . 'fl- L, N K 5' i N .' fi, V I rg . wg , i ' U ' i H ff K Q" lug- ,eil Mrs. Renn Mrs. Edna Bailey Ushers' Club Psychology -u F.T.A. Mr. Jay Wilson Department Head Debale Tickel Sales Miss Rulh Wilkins, Senior Class adviser, Mrs. Hazel Cooke, Non-alhlelic lickel sales, Miss Evelyn Miss Evo guckl-,am Love, National Honor Sociely adviser, assislanl sponsor of lhe Junior Class. Non-athletic Ticket Sales Cap and Gown Commillee ,f f Ng W , Q Mrs. Gloria Hayden Mrs. Linda Hines Mrs. Florence Lipper! Mr. Keith Wrig'ht BO0kr00m Honor Society Adviser Reveille Tennis Coach Medical Careers "B" Baskelball Coach Mr. Cecil Zylstra Mr. Leroy Sebastian Mr. Walter Lindquist Mr. Curtis Christian District Chairman of Social INR Athletic Chairman Assistant Football and Baseball Coach Studies Department Model United Nations Boys' Intramurals Yakima Public Schools SOCIAL STUDIES Mr. Fred Reesman Biology' Mr. Ken Bongers Biology , SCIENCE Mr. Clayton Frazier Head Football Coach Track Coach Lettermen's Club Mr. Leonard Paine Chess Club Junior-Senior Prom HCJME EC Mr. Don Holder Mr. George Carlson Football and Track Coach Game and Dance Committee Miss Katherine Klise Department Head Science Club x Miss Elma Senn Cap and Gown Committee Department Head Mr. Jack Jennings Deparlmenl Head Sophomore Class Adviser MATHEMATICS Mr. F. Murray Anderson Mr. Orville Renslo Mr. George Beelchenow Junior Class Adviser Game and Dance Supervision Athletic Tickel Manager Sophomore "B" Baskelball Mr. Bruce Eyer Audio-Visual FOREIGN LANGUAGE Mrs. Theo Mays Mr. William Hughes Mr. Dale Casper Mr Eugene McClure English M.L.C. Adviser English Game and Dance Supervision Dramalics Wreslling Spanish Club .l.C.l.. Adviser Department Head X .rs l Mr. Beniamin Van Ealon Mr. Douglas Pallerson American Field Service Represenlative English American Herllage Represenlalive Journalism Quill and Scroll Mr. Reesman, Mr. Naasz and Mr. Anderson pass lhe iumping lesl with flying colors R-as -A - A if WL. 5 ,iv l lf J. , ' 1 INN ull!!! Mrs. Nellie Wagner Mr. Keith Farnum Drill Team Basketball Gales Baseball Cheer and Rally is wr a K,l if Mr. Russell Sus Librarian S Mrs. Norris P. E. Mr. Daugherty Football, Wrestling Track Miss Finney Pep Club Advisor Girls Intramurals Sophomore Class Advisor LIBRARY MUSIC Mr. Allen Boyer Men's Chorus: Girls' Glee Club Choir: Chamber Singers Mr. Richard Schactler Concert Bandg Preparatory Band Orchestrap Pep Band Mr. Raymond Miller Mr. George Krieger Mr. John Wilson Mr, Wilbur Magness Mechanical Drawing Wood Industries Agricultural Science Metal Shop General Math: Student Patrol Drafting 22 Farm Mechanics Auto Shop Architectural Drawing F.F.A. and Sabres National Honor Society Advisor CGMMERCIAL Mr. James Hills Mrs. Yvonne Marquard Miss Hazel Nelsop Bookeeping Bookkeeping Department Head Typing Typing Shorthand Q A np'-E Bookstore Supervisor Clerical and Secretarial P d Mr. Richard Elliott me Wes Business Law Attendance Counselor Game and Dance Supervision ART X. k I f 1 X l X Mr. Charles Noasz Mr. Countryman Art Art Guild A fi ,ff W Mrs. Elsie Kerr O Nurse v lj ..... L 1 " Mr. Cecil Bres'hears Drivers Training Washington State History Game Supervision Ticket Sales 23 Q , W a- 1 .I ay, wx Qu. ,M , ' f ,L X W fi .f mfg" - M-W , A 'ag' ' X lf: ,, .w, Q H' w?"E'V" ,A V. A . gpg? Nw l R , " ,, w- .f YA " YAlL 1 -, Yff 4-iffy!! if if -- rn " A ,.f ' FH B N ' -argff M Y 1 1 if-"' :aj 3 - M fi'-S! ' f .. . M Age, ,QQ ' 2350 ,317! ' 1? ,ff 1 f .1 11? 46: 53391 781' 'Z' 5 X vu gi 1 mn ns Ml -. Ii Y 1 , ,.,, Y. M,,. . , 4 -.,- .lp N' gk 'vw t gl. 'M' E 2 .. W- 0 5 I f w - :Q , H ,M 7 A m,,,,A,,,,,.,,..,. ,,,,, , , ,-,,-,, P .,..,,, W . -- . A ,W A' ' ef, 1. ' 1 r 1 eu u an n v nn N-N.. 1 + 11r11144i li a m " "" ' 2 ' Y 'M 1 ' - -,M f' P If Q., .-1' ' r 5 N . . . 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George Edmondson Randy Russac Ron Sanislo Pete Schultz Gary Harker Dick Jones Glen Shaw Tim Sommerville Steve Stevenson ROW I: George Edmondson, Jim Dale, Jerry Carpenter, Tim Sommerville, Holder, Jim Ramsey, John Frazier, Glen Shaw, Phil Rohn, Dave Cook, Steve Allen Carver, Larry Nicholls, Bill Thompson, Frank DiMario, Pete Schultz, Stevenson, John Adkison, Terry Antles, Kerry Garbe, Rick Ries. Stan Martinkus, Bob Parks, Nick Lippert. ROW 2: Coach Christian, Coach ,fin -will-V-: -tv, 'tigtgrflfs lg 3 4 5 3 l M 1, H Q W- W ,.f,,,f' K s O ,,,- zzggg, ,VM ,W ,' I ,. ,Q m..s'.4Q'. Football T'he team as a whole was chosen the mythical number one high school team in the state by Washington sportswriters. The columnists also nominated two cadets, Steve Dale and Mark Miller, to the All-State squad and gave "Spud" Edmondson and Glen Shaw special recognition. This 1964 season brought to an end the association of I4 boys, all graduating seniors who have "played ball" together with this obiective for the maiority of their years in school. With the 'help of their coaches over the years, Clayton Frasier, Curtis Christian, "Duck" Daugherty, Don Holder, '63 and '64, Art Hutton, '62, and Lee Bofto '59 through '61, together they say "Mission accomplished!" . . . a season that will be remembered for years to come. The players paused for meditation before going onto the field. X Head Coach Clayton Frazier briefed Steve Stevenson before sending him into the action. SEASON'S RECORD OPPONENT ..Wapato.. ...O . . . . Ellensburg . . . . 6 ...Richland.. ..O .. Walla Walla .. ...l2 ... .. Wenatchee .. .. 6 ...Pasco.. ..6 ..MosesLake.. ..O ... .. Kennewick .. .. 6 Spud Edmondson drove for extra yardage against Davis. . . . . . Davis . . . . 7 ROW 'l: Russel Anderson, Jim Kennedy, Dennis York, Bruce Crimin, Tom Jones, Brian Davis, Jay Wolff, Tim Gillilan, Ron Sanislo, Dave Warrington, Halvorsen, Randy Russac, Steve Dale, Bill Clark, Gary Paine, Coach Dick Myer, Gary Harker, Karl Shaffer, Tim Olson, Rick Bradley. Daugherty, Coac'h Frazier, Chris Cunningham. ROW 2: Mark Miller, Dick M. Q - 1 ...J f . 3 ' 'DLX 1 33 g x'. ' -75, C N xl A il ' Q f , ' an J. If' 2, A " Q0 A r P ' .QF ,. HA -1, .s M 1 M I ,ky-n. 'gi W W W fu Q. f . 9 ,A is L J. Vx.. 4 I 6, N 'D' , 'f 4 u -, . Mx'-K, u " M , .nn ,lie 'Q 4- . M , 1 Y .. , 37 Nw , "XV: J afgfg ' , f' 'N , 'ATL-:I , ' 4 H ' A I WL , 1 -Y . , W V ' U f 'f' 1 , 3 Q n"T"':.--- V T A i 0,1:5w:VQ,"-.1 " u'ff 1 ' el i iw' ,Pnl -M -1 4 ' Q V ' ' 'Q NVD, I' ' ,V 1' ' . 'F 7 '!'vg Q 1 3 mai S 5 1 I f - . , 'f I , N 4 . - , ' A I A , ' F ' ' M: I - .-! 1, J 3 1 g 1 4 f 'M' ""!'r"" """' ' M14-mf'-4-NM 'MM !!,!! Wu WW NYNYN' WMWWN , ' ! 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Clark, Chris Cunningham, and Gary Paine. 30 Daugherty, left, Head Coach Clayton Frazier, Coaches 'S' "B'LSquad Dave Cook prepared to 'stiffarm' an opposing player as he turned around the end. l964 B-SQUAD FOOTBALL: ROW 1: Bob Drumhiller, Ken Marble, .lim Haney, Don Van Rooy, Bob Cooper, Rick Fairbrook, Steve Goetz, Martin Penhallegon, Norm Elder, Terry Anderson, John Mieras, Guy Shepard, Jerry Alruos. ROW 2: Jim Bradley, Jim Barnes, Don Grant, Jim Klavano, Rick Mould, Tom Gangwish, Dennis Shea, Chuck Gilmore, Steve Schroeder, A Cadet typified our team's spirit as he waited to go into the game. Tom Amos, Jim Thompson, Dean Styner, Ron Nichols, Coaches Burdon Daugherty, Larry Farnsworth. ROW 3: John Sebastian, Mike DeVore, Jeff Summerville, Mike Bauer, Managers Ron lewis, Fred Mildfelt, Tom Campbell. 1 3l ,wh pu If 'sw ,Ju this , ,., un. Steve Dole dodged oncoming opponenls during a fast ploy. ACTION WAS THE KEYNOTE! Dick Schwcirlz and Terrill Nicholls were caught in molion of the Ike-Davis games. Time oul while couches cmd players planned sirategy. 33 Left to Right: Couch Keith Farnum, Rick Thomson, Glen Show, Bill Coats, Steve Dale, John Vanden- brink, Jim Dole, Dick Schwartz. SENIORS fN ,f w , K, I C ,' fr ,fk, ff lutr l Terrill Nicholls il team all region s nd team all sto i 4 A --1 Q55 ??3iVl ln L 3, H ivvnvikw L. .l,, M,x. mi-2 5-if ., 2' 1- iliff f ' , A f if K Bob Baldwin if-to Mfgfggoi iiil s nga: X alms Schwartz , i w ' ,izat Ann' 2 2,5 E ,-2 If h BUITQ 2 U Glen Shaw E526 ax 34 x . , 2nd, in Regionals, know fl ffwawatvvm a .ww . t 2 Lf- n - 1. team all , . -1,3-,ok ,. N H . vg3.Qk.t.,54,3:3.V. . Na, L A Q :w ,nfl sg -I :Mt,,Jf f, A . if' mwwmw ilioX,.ito A ick ms , Q hn Vandenbriik K i n , Q t. -:,, 5 K S Q.-7 Ie f-sw hge Terrrl Nichols Scott Jennrngs M1ke Myer Bob Baldwin Tim Olsen George Edmonson Lee Medema Coach Keith Wright ture courtesy of Spokane Chronicle The Eisenhower Varsity placed fifth in state after an unpredicted season of 18 wins and 6 losses. The Kennewick game went into two overtime periods and Richland bowed out after one. Defeating Ephrata at Ellensburg gave the Cadets a trip to Spokane for the Regionals. The highly rated John Rogers quintet was no threat for the fast moving Cadets, who defeated them 73 to 61. The following night at regionals we lost to Davis in a thrill-packed game after holding the lead for the first quarter. Our team set records in field goals as well as point and percentage scores. All these were contributing factors to our final placement. This suc- cessful season was coached by Keith Farnum and his assistant Keith Wright. We credit the coaches for continuing Eisenhower's claim to fame in the 1.4 X annals of athletics. "FIFTH in STATE in '65". SEASON'S RECORD NAME POlNTS AVERAGE IKE Bob Baldwin 15 Bill Coats 35 1.5 68 WUPCUO Jim Doio 76 3.5 55 Selah Steve Dale 267 11.1 81 ,West Valley George 53 Wcpmo Edmonson 263 10.9 83 Euensburg Scott Jennings 9 .6 64 selqh Lee Medema 32 1.7 52 Dlavls Terrill Nicholls 320 13.3 78 8'C"'8"d Tim Olson 41 2.2 79 WQPUR' Dick Schwartz 184 7.6 69 Wes' V?"eY Glen Shaw 70 3.1 88 Ke""'fW'Ck Rick Thomson 42 1.8 75 PWC John vonoionbnnk 25 1.5 75 E"ei'fbU'9 Team Totals 1,648 68.6 73 Davis 72 Walla Walla 74 Richland 69 Kennewick 66 Pasco 49 Davis DISTRICT 61 Richland 60 Ephrata REGIONALS 73 John Rogers 66 Davis Back row: Kim Rogers, Pell Bloedel, Pat Coleman, Dick Coffin, Bill Thomson, Dick Myers, John Sousley, and Coach Wright. Front row: John Probst, Steve Schroeder, Richard Duncan, Bruce Love, Arthur Jones, 5 IB! J Kerry Garbe, Marty Penhallegon, and Mike Moriarty lmanagerl. The "B" squad, coached by Mr. Wright, maintained the lke basketball record by ending this year's playing in a tied season, 8 wins to 8 losses. The most exciting game, according to Coach Wright, was against Davis, 74 to 43, but the one against Richland, 57 to 54, proved to be "the most fulfilling." The varsity will have to depend largely on this team for players next year to reach a state rating again. 36 ii ii-Squad This year's "C" squad completed another success- ful season under the direc- tion of Coach Beetchenow. The team scored 10 wins and 9 losses defeating Da- vis 4 out of 5 games played. The highest score registered, 60 to 57, came in a tightly fought game against East Valley. left to right, Coach Beetchenow, Aaron Davenport, Ron Nichols, Paul Danburg, Donald Bundy, Mike De Vore, Tom De Santo, John Mieras, Doug MacArther, Allen Thomlinson, Jim Thompson, Bill Carraway, and Fred Mildfelt lmanager.l LL -iv L K ph -. FA 11.4f i3'f5g . L - ,wff ' ' Q1-1 4 'A ,N .wrap , 2, vf, A - I,-Q1 j J S fy. ' W, ",- . . Ak: Qgfgfw, ' 1 ,J QW .....l. ""'1,4vU E 9 TS T 4 .X ' , M an , Q ' A. xi '1 if Www, ,ww 'F I ya 3' Q 'fi ,..,.9.aw Q' v 'I' ' Q 1 . . Varsity wrestling team, left to right, Jack Lowman, Jerry Wolf, Jack Roberts, Mike Bohoskey, Craig Anderson, Scott Adams, Fred Giard, Jim Kennedy, Nick Lippert, Stan Martinkus, Mark Miller, Tim Sommerville, and coaches Daugherty, and Hughes. Scott Adams First in State in 141 lb. Weight Class VARSITY WRESTLING SCORES These are the six boys Eisen- hower sent to the State wrestl- ing meet in Seattle, from left to right, Nick Lippert, Jim Kennedy, who placed third in the 168 wt. class, Tim Som- merville, Scott Adams, Mark Miller and Stan Martinkus. Sunnyside Wapato Moses Lake Highland Richland North Central Davis Vis 13 11 16 13 5 17 18 Ike 28 37 24 35 37 25 18 Moses Lake Toppenish West Valley Bellevue Lake Washington Naches Kennewick Vis 30 22 11 10 13 9 26 Ike 12 27 32 30 37 36 22 "We roll our own," said managers Pete Skov and Phil Kopp. "B" Squad Top Row: Coach Daugherty, Rick Chauvin, Ross Campbell, Brian Davis, John Adkison, Steve Goetz, Frank DiMario, John Thomas, Rick Mould. Second row: Dave Schock, Steve Santini, Greg Spencer, Jerry Wolfe, Gary Paine, Cliff Bennet, Ralph Baker, Larry Wilks, Jeff Sommerville, Russ Cook, Third row: Ron Warniger, Bob Cooper, Al Fueron, Larry Kimmel, Jim Turner. -46' tr-1 - C!! I K I ' sw. ' X.. Li B "B" Stands for Best . , . and indeed they were. The Eisenhower "B" Squad, under Coach Daugherty, completed the best record in "B" history, Ike matmen successfully defeated all opponents in the "B" division, as well as three varsity teams. Coaches Bill Hughes and "Duck" Daugherty IKE OPPONENT SCORE 56 Selah Varsity O 24 Moses Lake "B" 23 35 Toppenish "B" 6 30 West Valley "B" l8 46 Zillah Varsity O 38 Kittitas Varsity 6 Gymnastics . . . is increasing in popularity at Eisenhower as additional equip- ment is being added to the pro- gram. Jack Kautzman's well executed sommersault seemed to touch the ceiling. Jim Brown was photographed while performing a "guinea" Jim represented Eisenhower at the A.A.U. Gymnastics Championships and received a fourth in the trampoline event. Cathy Delateur practiced on the trampo- line during intramurals. Jim Kennedy led Cadet team with highest batting average of 412. VARSITY BASEBALL Steve Stevenson snags a ground bali Cadet Varsity Managers were from left: Doug Metcalfe, head manager: Fred Mildfetty and Mack Turnipseed. wit 41 i ,jvvff Cadets Win e 20 Games VARSITY STATISTICS "65" Runs SENIORS Runs Hits Batted in Bradley ... .. 7 14 'IO Edmondson . .. 14 T2 l I Kennedy . . . 2 7 4 McGahan . . 6 Tl 8 Snider . . . 4 'l O Stevenson . . . T2 'IT 4 Swart . . , . 9 T5 'IT JUNIORS Davis . . . 2 l 2 Garbe . .. Tl 17 5 Monaco . . I 1 I Olson . . . 13 T3 tl Rogers . . . 9 IO 9 Root . . .. 6 1 O Sousley . . . 'I4 T5 I6 Thomson . . . T 4 1 Zandell . . 3 3 4 SOPHOMORE5 Sisler . . . ......... . 3 'I 3 Varsity Baseball, Top row: Coach Keith Farnum, Dick Root, Kerry Garbe John Sousley, Bill Thompson, Tim Olson, Greg Rogers, Russ Anderson Benny Zandell. Middle Row: Steve Stevenson, Jim Kennedy, Rick Bradley, lKE'S SCORE 7 8 2 4 8 3 8 21 3 8 8 Spud Edmondson, Dan Swart, OPPONENT'S SCORE Toppenish 2 Selah 7 Wapto 0 Ellensberg 3 Central Catholic 3 West Valley 4 Nac'hes 4 Cle Elum T Marquette 5 Highland 0 Davis 7 GAME Frank Monaco, Dennis Snider. Bottom Row George Sisler, lManagersl Mac Turnipseed, Fred Mildfelt, Doug Metcalf Dennis Heberlein. ha -, . E ' K -- 25 Ti -6 4 s Tai' 'if 42 Varsity Action Eisenhower's Varsity Baseball Team, coached by Keith Farnum, placed second in the Northern League this year. The Cadet base runners defeated all teams but Ken- newick, West Valley and Marquette for a better than average season. N31 ,f N1 ' Top left: Spud Edmondson shows the form that placed him 49 times at bat. Lower left: Senior pitcher Rick Bradley throws a "fast ball." Bottom: Dennis Snider led team statistics with no errors. Middle: Don Swart smashed in Il runs out of 53 times at bat. Right: Coach Keith Farnum of diamond fame. r l y gff fi' 4 ! .f if , t ' 'i in E. 'fx We 5. , "x s,.,,,, W.-nr 'JS ' was ,I sl. L .42 A3 V lr an I i Q K 'B A i J s s 'S 3 3 5 . 4 1 3 As the season progressed the faster the sldelmes action became. The iavelin blurred against the sky when released by Terril Nichols. 44 Coach Keith Wright studies the records at the Sub-District Tournament. TENNIS CHAMPIONS Climaxing ci winning year in competitive sports the Eisenhower Tennis Team won the District Tournament held in Kennewick. The State Tourna- ment at Vancouver was a tie with Stadium of Tacoma which was decided by a flip of the coin in Eisenhower's favor. Jan Sinsel and Bill Coats placed as District Singles Champions in their respective divisions. Pete James and Bruce Love, boys doubles, and Penny James and Sue Montgomery, girls doubles, claimed district championships. At the State Tournament Pete James and Bruce Love took first place in doubles, and Bill Coats placed third in singles for Eisenhower's first state tennis victory and a year in sports beyond compare. fi 45 Penny James swings at the ball during a practice session. l .ly Jan Sinsel, right, Girls' District Singles Champion shakes hands with her runner up Carol Kinney. Doubles Champions, discuss Sue Montgomery and Penny James, Girls District the match with their runners up, Mary Stevenson and Caroline Crum gf c-ii u1sE fhanfiber f' 501935 Back Row: Jeff Rider, Dave Warrington, Pete James, Rick Fairbrooks, Scott White, Dick Sackman. Front: Tom Mathieu, Bill Coats, Rick Thomson, Bruce love, Garth Orkney, Jack Darnton and Ken Van Amburg. Shu-.- Bill Coals won Dislricl Singles Champion and placed lhird in Slale. Back Row: Carol Kinney, Pally Lynch, Kalhy Delaleur, Caroline Crum and Jan Sinsel Fronl: Mary Slevenson, Sue Monlgomery, and Penny James. DISTRICT AND STATE 2.14, f --"f -- '- ? .ll T , ' f 1 . T fi - .... Q , T 4 - , , f- ,T f- W '- T 1, . I V '-" ' is ".i-- A -V .. , ,- ' Fw fl 9 T 7, if lf' me eiel e in leii l ,"i2i?.,:fa 4.:'1 " ,M . . fi. Bruce love and Pele James won lhe Eloys' Dislricl Doubles Championship. 47 I. P TRACK Grimacing with strain, Terrill Nicholls hurled the shotput. Dual Meets 1965 THINCLADS . Tim Ohlund, like the other trackmen, practiced on the cinders after schoo Head Track Coach Don Holder called his squad "a team of scrapping fighters." Forty-two out of the ninety- seven originally turning out carried Ike to a 10 win-1 loss victory in the meets attended, Winning in the Sub-sub District, the Sub District, and the Bi-District, thirteen men were sent to District iand wonl. Only three, Glen Shaw, Dave Cook, and Jerry Carpenter, went on to State. Ike had "the best dual meet team" since this school's begin- ning and gave Davis its worst defeat to date. Several individual trackmen made top records. Tim Ohlund was dubbed "the best miIer" this year. Dave Cook was "the best pole vaulter in Ike's history" with a 13' 6" iump. Glen Shaw was the only Cadet to place in the state meet with a broad jump of 24' 2". This year's track team, di- rected by Coach Don Holder and assisted by "Duck" Daugherty and Clayton Frasier, compiled a record that will be hard to beat. Pasco Invitational West Valley Invitational Ike ...... . . . 106 Ike ............... . 69 Ellensburg . . .. 30 Davis .......... .. . 54 e ...... . .. 78 Columbia River ....... 39V2 Wapato .. ... 67 Wapato ,...... ... . . .32 Ike .... . .. 91 Ellensburg Rotary Invitational Richland . . . . . 45 Ike ............. . . . 75 Ike ................ 89 Wapato .... ... 61 Davis .............. 47 Ellensburg . . .... 31 V2 White Pass Invitational Moses Lake . . . .. 23 Ike ..........,..... 75 Sub District Davis ....... ... 52 Ike .... ...109 Selah ........ . . . 34 Pasco . . . . .107 Pasco Invitational DGVIS . . . . . 93 Bora'h ........ . . . 671f2 Richland . . . . . 87 Lewis 8- Clark . . . . . 62 District Ike ......... 52914 Ike 75 Richland . . . . . . 193A DCIViS - . . . . 69 Richland . . . . . 63 Pasco . . . . . 54 .terry Carpenter, arching tor prepared to launch the Dave Cook flung himself over the bar, demonstrating his skill Ike's top pole vaulter. "a team of scrapping ' 1 l Almost clawing the air, Glen f S'haw made one of his winning broad iumps. Ralph Lenhart, Jim Dale, and Steve Dale made the dust fly as they sprinted over the hurdles. 49 MORE TRACK and A Q 4 A RIGHT: As the team cheered him on, Dana Ovens sprinted to the finish Iine. LEFT: Terrill Nicholls strained every muscle putting the shot. MIDDLE: The fat mun's relay practiced another hand-off. BOTTOM: Dave Cook represented Ike in State with a vault of I3' 6". ON TO STATE 1? lil 5 vs Q sig ZA ' lla e f .1 1 6 ,ils T ' it P 1 Back row: Head Coach Holder, larry McCaw, Steve Fortier, Arron Daven- port, Tom Ganguish, Barnie Jones, Bob Poznonski, Rodney Pugh, Chris Anderson, Fred MacDonald, Dan Ester, Steve Werner, Coach Frazier. Row 4: Randy Knowles, Allan Campbell, Tom Bjorgen, Mike DeVore, Steve Schroder, Chuck Gilmore, Don Grant, Jim Kile, Alan Hernandez, John Driscoll. Row 3: John Probst, Norman Elder, Tim Ohland, Kim Top Tom Amos, Steve Dale, Glenn Shaw, and Randy Russac awaited the gun for the 830. LEFT Jim Dale exhibited the form that gained him many track points. Thiesen, Randy Russac, Steve Dale, Dave Cook, Glenn Shaw, Robert Drumhiller, Coach Daugherty. Row 2: Dan Tilley, Allen Jones, Tom Amos Marty Penhallegan, Pat McCaferty, Jim Fouts, Jim Klaveno, Dan Collins Terry Antles, Terrill Nicholls. Row 1: Bob Cooper, Jim Haney, Dick Duncan, John Adkison, Jim Dale, Dana Ovens, Dick Meyers, Jerry Carpenter, Ralph Lenhard, John Vanderbrink, Bob McSay. 1 1 .gi H.: 561 9? WH ,gs-'imp , ua, ft! ,RQ Ms ,V - ., ' !2wLf??'pa,q ,.,4'f ,S-fa-' 5: .iw A is ,A A ,M ui L' , ' 'A , ,.. 'M' v ,, ,, 4 , f X u ,.e 4' , X RL ' - c f 12 5- V A 7' " -',QSQ.rH+g?6w ,sf z.-I ' . Q Q , I. ., xiggily . 1 Ji ,N . 6 f f -L 5 2 1 N .Q 1 . g M' ' , . Q: df. , ', ,fi Q t sinh? 5.1 ' . H1 4" Nlif X 1 .tin "" :,, . ' rin.: YA f Q A , K ' g V 1 'M .aQ5'g11. 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F, E .f . v if B' 'HW . , ' 'W 1. 1 , ' if 4 fin - 1 ws. .Ay X! fini Q. pix ,I .419 i Pete Galbraith, President of the Senate, presided over Senate meetings. USE secretary Karen Rice was faithful in taking minutes, Allen Jones, our Uobviously trustworthy" USE treasurer, took care of all money for student body tickets. l i President Steve Dale conducted numerous Cabinet meetings and assemblies. USE OFFICERS The commissioners were Steve Stevenson for elections and awards, Kathy Lyo social affairs, Dan Larson, interschool relationsp Pat Strosahl, assemblies, Ter Johnson, publicity, and Bob Drumhiller, clubs. S I 2 Q gg gi 5 1 gig . S -1 l s l Q A I I I 2 t r 54 nr VY Q7 STUDENT GOVERNMENT Student affairs at Eisenhower are handled by elected student body officers who work with Cabinet and Senate representatives. These organs of government are concerned with all areas of student activities including the sale of student body tickets, social affairs, and elections. SPRING SENATE The following people served as Eisenhower's second semester Senate: Sue Bayerd, Marilyn Botsford, Rob Bowman, Jon Brown, Bill Coats, Ed Covall, Faye Crawford, Bruce Crimin, Bob Davis, Frank DiMario, Carrel Doak, Chuck Doud, Siharold Evosevich, Rick Fairbrook, Pete Galbraith, Kerry Garbe, Dee- Ann Hammerstad, Rick Haney, Chuck Hatch, Gary Heimbigner, Stan Hoit, Mary Holder, Brenda Johnson, Nick Lippert, Patty Lynch, Tom McCabe, Steve McCormick, Dick Meyers, Judy Millard, Joan Miller, Valory Miller, Frank Monaco, Tim Olsen, Dana Ovens, Karen Rice, Mary Roddick, Phil Rohn, Jeff Ryder, Jennifer Samson, Pete Schultz, Dick Schwartz, Don Shaw, Glen Shaw, Pete Shock, Tim Sommerville, Barbara Sparks, Cris Tate, Joe Teague, John Vandenbrink, Eleanor Vinson, and Jay Wolff. FALL SENATE The following people served as Eisen- hower's first semester Senate: Scott Adams, John Adkison, Russ Ander- son, Greg Berryman, Lyn Bonson, Jan Brown, Jackie Buchanan, Don Bundy, Ross Campbell, Bob Cooper, Betty Drinkwater, Jon Fountain, Pete Gal- braith, Diane Grothe, Eugene Haubrich, Stan Hoit, Pete James, Sherry Johnson, Allan Jones, Jim Ken- nedy, Cheryl Korach, Bill Langmack, Curt Layman, Nick Lippert, Henry Lombard, Mike Matel, Ken Mathis, Judy Millard, Joan Miller, Ralph Mizell, Mike Moriarty, Marie Mul- linieux, Garth Orkney, Karen Rice, Gene Roberts, Phil Rohn, Larry Roi, Dave Schock, Don Shaw, Glen Shaw, Dick Skordal, Tom Stapleton, Betsy Stephens, James Stoutenberg, and John Vandenbrink FIVE-STAR JOURNAL Assembled in front of the exchange display were from left to right: Karl Shaffer, Penny James, Mary Larson Beth Rodick and Pat Barrett The FIVE STAR JOURNAL productton crew conferred wnth Mr Patterson theur advisor. Pictured from left to rrght were Ralph Lenhard Evelyn Zakhary Terry Day Doug Falk Ann Munger, and Mr. Patterson E E l - , ,kiL T 'tj' lf ' 4, 'W or . vlfwx-' fx T "' P' LEE ' rl P 1 XX . Xxx .QT VV, IYf'! L .ltlr T t 1 what 1 T . N 145 ig I , S N it J l' X X if 4 71,1 ' sig Y Geri Achiziger typed a story under the watchful eyes of Kitty Mowrey. Thei FIVE STAR JOURNAL, Eisenhower's newspaper, published news of students, clubs, sports, dramatic productions, and vari- ous community events. A special feature added this year was the column, known as "The Cistern," which printed poetry and other creative writing samples submitted by interested students. The iournalism staff, which met each day during the sixth period in room 374, pre- pared the stories and solicited advertising for the paper. FIVE STAR representatives, Muriel Linse and John Samsel, wrote columns containing news of lke's activities for the YAKIMA DAILIES and THE SUN respectively. Mr. Douglas Patterson acted as adviser for these iournalistic activities. Kathy Lynch and Todd Boley, assistant editors, checked a story for a future issue of the FIVE STAR JOURNAL. Muriel Linse, YAKIMA DAILIES Hi- time reporter, and John Samsel, school reporter tor THE SUN, examined a copy of the FIVE STAR. Donna Graves, Todd Boley, and Bill Rockenfield began pasting the final layout. 57 'ici 'Q N , ,1- T g K as-Tsfwrrfw 9- ixliff' XL .X sa .FF 1,2 " 1. ki JCL officers were Dick Schwartz, Rick Thomson, and Tom Mathieu. 'CKY FTA officers were, standing, Carol Kinney, Julie Thomas, Linda Johnson, sitting, Mrs. Edna Bailey, advisor, Gayle Pitchford. Future Teachers of America is an organization that em- phasizes and stimulates interest in teaching careers. Decorat- ing buHeHn boards and chechng papem forteachen gwes students valuable expedence. The yeafs prograntincluded initiation of new members, production of sand-paper alpha- beh forusein the pdmary daswooms,and adualteacmng expedencein grade schook forseniorrnembers The annual banquetwashem M ApHL The Junior Classical League provided entertainment and culture in Roman style for Eisenhower's Latin students. Second-year Latin students are eligible with new members iohnng the club nnd-year at the annual dave aucHon. The spring banquet was held on May l9 in the cafetorium. Future Farmers of America, known as FFA, emphasizes for members a better knowledge of agricultural practices. AcHvHEs forthe yearinduded vadous Edd tdps and the FFA officers were, standing: Dave Collins, Mark Kinion, John Beam, John Thompson, Mr. Wilson, advisor. Kneeling: Jay Wolfe, Paul Michael, and Ray Sabinish. annual spring banquet. INR officers were Kathy Lynch, Sue Bayerd, Allen Jones, and Pete Galbraith. Clubs and Classes For Special Interests and Careers The Debate Class this year, advised by Mr. Wilson, was successful in many debate tourna- ments. The debaters took the first and second place in the District Tournament, where they placed second in the Inexperienced Division and first in the Experienced Division. This qualified them for the State Tournament in which ten dis- tricts competed and forty-two teams were repre- sented, Pete Galbraith and Steve Marquard rep- resented Eisenhower and tied for fifth. ln the Columbia Basin Tournament Judy Millard placed fourth in oratory. At Sunnyside Pete Galbraith placed first in impromptu speaking, Steve Mar- quard placed third, and Dan Larson fourth in oratory. The Speech and Drama CIass's primary purpose was to develop the students' ability to speak in public. Presenting programs for various downtown clubs, sponsoring spring plays, planning skits for pep assemblies, making up members of the play casts, and participating in "Student Report" on KIMA radio were some of the activities in which the class participated. The International Relations Club provided talks and reports promoting enthusiasm in international affairs and the understanding of our global neighbors. INR participated in the Model United Nations held in Ellensburg and Shoreline. Mr. Cosper and Mr. Sebastin acted as advisors for this club. The Modern Language Club stimulated interest in the peoples, customs, and countries of the three modern languages offered at Eisenhower. Activi- ties included sponsoring slides of past tours of Europe, giving financial aid to the American Field Service program, finishing the year with a spring banquet. More Clubs The Art Guild's purpose is to help members become more aware of art in their school and daily lives. This club worked hard pro- viding posters, bulletin boards, displays, and advertisements for all school events. The Art Guild officers were Christine Schick, Eugene Haubrich, and Nancy Kraus. S is .Q Q . X, .k ,, I lag me The Boys Federation, composed of all the boys in Eisenhower, worked in coniunction with the Girls' League on many proiects. This club secured Christmas trees for the decoration of the school before the holidays, sponsored the Mid-Winter formal, and fur- nished the manpower for t'he many hard tasks involved. Pictured with advisor, Mr. Hurst, the Boy's Federation officers in- cluded Bob Morris, secretary, Jim Pinnell, vice pres., Jim Thompson, president, Dennis Hanscom, treas. The Girls' League emphasizing friendship, fellowship, and unity among Eisenhower girls, was one of the school's most active service organizations. This club sponsored the annual Mid-Winter formal, and entertained the mothers at the annual Mother's Tea in the spring. The Girls' League officers were Debby Rich, secretary, Marilyn Botsford, vice president, Cindy Wells, treasurer, and LaDonna Cook, president. The Medical Careers Club's purpose is to inform members about the various fields in medi- cine and science. The club had a membership of 35 with Chris John- son as president. Proiects this past year included sending money to Afganistan through "CARE", col- lecting stuffed animals for the Selaih Children's Hospital, and sponsoring career films available to the entire student body. ln April the club visited the Univer- sity of Washington Health Sci- ences Open House. This visit proved to be a valuable experi- ence for the entire group, includ- ing Mrs. Lippert, their advisor, who gained more knowledge about the medical field. Pictured were Mrs. Lippert, Chris Johnson, president, and Sharon Follansbee. The Ushers Club had thirty girls participating in its busy schedule this year. Activities such as Open House, debate tournaments, plays, lke Hilarities, Baccalaureate, and Commencement gave all members a chance to participate. Mrs. Renn was the advisor for this active service club. The members were pictured Row i: Janice Peterson, Karen Childress, Evelyn Zakhary, Patty Nagala, Nancy Kraus, Cyndy Anderson. Row 2: Kathy Childress, Mary Kay Bauer, Donna Graves, Louise Krysko, Evelyn Moore. Row 3: Kathy Konkel, Gail Reber, Ruth Waits, Patti Rine, Rummel Chris- tianson, Barbara Long. Raw 4: Linda Rosenkranz, Julie Turner, Gail Baxter. Row 5: Susan Buys, Karen Antles, Linda Turner, and Lucille Heintzman. 1 5 Gales, the Girls' Athletic League of Eisenhower has been an active group this past year. The officers were Patty Lynch, Peggy McVey, Kathy Jenkins, Carol Crab- tree, and Carolyn Kinney. The Pep Club promoted spirit and pep throughout tlhe year at our sports events. The officers were Linda Paul, treasurer: Beth Roddick, vice president, and Sue Bayerd, president. Not pictured: Sue Montgomery, secretary. The letterman's Club is made up of the boys who lettered in the varsity sports of football, basketball, wrestling, baseball, track, and tennis. Pictured were, Row l: Terry Antles, Mark Miller, Pete Schultz, -Mike Bohoskey, Jim Kennedy, Nick Lippert, Tim Sommerville, Gery Harker, Rick Bradley. Row 2: Steve Dale, Dana Ovens, Dick Jones, Steve Steven- son, Fred Giard, Rick Thompson, George "Spud" Edmondson, Dave Cook, Bob Baldwin, Curran Howard. Row 3: Ralph Lenhard, John Lewis, Randy Russoc, Dick Schwartz, Terril Nichols, Bob Davis, John Beam, Brian Davis, John Vanderbrink, Bob McSay, Greg Hinkley. Row 4: Dave Warrington, Phil Rohn, Dennis York, Kerry Garbe, Jim Dale, Tim Olson, Dick Myer, Jerry Carpenter, Ross Anderson, Bill Schields, Kerry Barr, John Adkison. Row 5: Bob Drumhiller, Stan Martinkus, Scott Adams, Jay Wolff, Tom Halverson, Al Carver, Bill Welch, Larry Nichols, Tim Ohlund, Karl Schaffer, Bill Thompson, Lee Medema. Row 6: Rick Reese, Don Swart, John Larson, Bruce Crimin, Jack Roberts, Ron Sanislo. Not pictured: Glenn Shaw. 6l lke's victory flog greeted students many days in '65 Silhouettes ot Eisenhower students . . . holls lockers cufetorium -'ul xx QNX X H11 Intl :uni-v Snow capped Mount Adams viewed by students from the west wing. SCHOOL'S VIEWS 63 Experience ACTIVITY OFFICE Tom Martinel, Steve Dale, Robert Morris, Rick Tobia, Jim Pinnell, Carolyn Kinney, Allen Jones, Robin Scrimger, Pete Galbraith, Robert Drumhiller, Bob Davis. ATTENDANCE OFFICE lee Sampson, Joan Whalen, Susie Eichler, Kathy Lyon, Kathy Jenkins, Shari Colvin, Lorene Mount, Elizabeth Freshwater, Mr. Elliot, Betsy Stephans, Debby Rich, Cindy Wells, Cheryl Richardson, Sandy Wells, Patsy Nagala, Valery Miller, Dave Cook, Barbara Sparks. LIBRARY lst row: Marcia Wiggin, Sheri Horner, Ann Munger, Susan Buys, Wanda Cooper, Cathy Carslens, Helen Barrett, Nancy Brown, Shirley Meyer, John Lewis, Don Wood, Sue Haney, Sandra Guthrie, Alice Mclain, Kathy Lynch, Gwyne Ulness. 2nd row: Dave Santini, Guy Anderson, Greg Glover, Doug Falk, Rick Washburn, Gene Roberts, Dick lacy, Cindy Anderson, linda Turner, Gary McLain, Vickie Feyerherm, Connie Swale, Neal Taylor, Frank Monaco, Sandy Amos, Liz Gray. Acquired While Serving t 5,.u,.s.ex3b Service Organizations Student assistants gained valuable experience by working in the Attendance, Activity, PrincipaI's and Counselors' offices, as well as in the Health Room, Library, and Bookstore. Office assistants learned the functions of the school by typing, handling office machines, running errands, and answering the tele- phone. The Health Room girls checked in the ill students. The library assistants served students and assisted Mr. Sus in varied library responsibilities. Student supplies were sold by Bookstore attendants at assigned times. COUNSELORS' OFFICES: lst row: Sharon Fate, Becky Nixon, Pat Probst, Janet Zim- merman, Kathy Whittington, Chris Whitaker, Linda Spaugh, Judy Rutter, Linda Elder, La Donna Cook. 2nd row: Liz Owen, Marilyn Beam, Barbara Lock, Chris Johnson, Jon Foun- tain. PRlNClPAL'S OFFICE: Jaquie Jeffries, Sharon Watts, Becky Brown, Linda BOOKSTORE: Chuck Dowd, Geri Achziger, Christine Mieras, Gail Baxter Elefson Mary MacKintosh, Vickie Feyerherm, Judy Voss, Cheryl Stout, Patty Jewett, Kathy Ledbetter, Donna Graves. Robin Karp, Diane Blondin, Judy Ramsey. "----,-- -Y ,lgsfm-.-.M v 1,- x X X f , TRAFFIC CONTROL The Eisenhower Traffic Control, made up of student certified auxiliary policemen, was responsible far the safety of students by directing traffic around Eisenhower on week days and at all school func- tions. Rod Ells, Pat Barrett, Ken Mayhak, Larry St. Pierre, Bill Rochenfield, Dan Mayhak, Kermit Nagle. Organizations Service Clubs l SABERS Sabers, the boys' service club, directed spectators at sports events, took tickets at dances, and sold programs. lst row: Mark Kinnon, Dave Collings, Tom Johnson, Frank Collings. 2nd row: Frank Bur- dine, Gary Jordan, Robert Poznanski, Fred Bur- dine, Lloyd Benscoter, Pete Peterson. 3rd row: Fred Kannedy, Mike Sutley, William Marquis, Richard Asher, Pell Bloedell, Ron VanCIeove, Mr. Wilson. AUDIO-VISUAL The proiection crew, under the direction of Mr. Eyer, was responsible for handling all audio-visual machines, record players, television sets, film mediums, over- head and opaque proiectors. lst row: Rymmel Christen- son, John Andrews, Don Montgomery, Bruce Staley, Chris LaLande, Bob Denend. 2nd row: Mr. Eyer, Steve Berreman, Kurt layman, Don Grant, Gary Masten, lynn Bonsen, Mac Turnipseed, Ron VanCIeave. 3rd row: Tom Johnson, Mel Young, Bob Niles, Pel Bloedel, Dove Rieken, John Denend, .lim James, Bob Poznanski, Rich- ard Asher. Kept Codets in Motion are COOKS: Mrs. Sliman, Mrs. How- den, Mrs. Hydmunn, Mrs. Eaton, Mrs. Austin, Mrs. Haus, Mrs. Boiles, Mrs. Meluskey. ..L.s of The cooks and ionitors labored many hours to feed ond serve Eisenhower students. Cooks: Mrs. How den, Mrs. Austin, Mrs. Bailes. Custodiuns: Mr. Zerr, Mr. Siegele, Mr. Coffey. 1 5 1 H 67 .aux I . 5 ,im sw ,M .2 1 6 if as .QM - 79 Wfrlh12w4-A LM.. ,I 22 23 we-. ' -QM,-M..Ag:ff 5 'ff - " r 55 QB A W 'EF I Mn ,, 1 1 4 . I N K. ra . g ggij :H Vw fifi ' A . M , fa 'tx LARGE CAST PRESENTS IKE HILARITIES Ike's own Roving Nine presented a program of rousing folk songs .lane Mengedoht's rendition of "laura" sounded throughout the packed little Theater. "HEY, LOOK ME OVER" The participants of this year's lke Hilar- ities sang, danced, cavorted, flipped, wiggled, ioked, and tooted before capa- city crowds at an afternoon matinee and two evening' performances. Approximate- ly one hundred students under the direc- tion of Mr. Allen Boyer, ioined forces to stage the February llth and l3th shows which had viewers sitting in the aisles. The Stage Band and Chamber Singers formed a background for the twenty-five variety-packed acts. Included were vocal solos, a comedy fashion show, calypso songs, a Molly Brown dance routine, the "Jolly Green Giant," a pop bottle sextet, and a Filipino folk dance. Sponsored by the Chamber Singers, "Hey, Look Me Over" proved to be the most successful in Eisenhower's history. variety show Proceeds were used to pay for the Cham- ber Singer's blazers and to finance future programs. Eleanor Vinson and Jeanne Schockley The pop bottle sextet came down from the hills to toot their favorite HEY Fl'P Me Over! swung in o Filipino folk dance. songs. .- SPRING PLAY . . . THE CAMPBELLS ARE COMING its 'S "The Campbells Are Coming" "The Campbells Are Coming" was a rousing hillbilly farce. The Brannigans, a respectable mountain family, learned that daughter Kaye intended to marry Kingston Campbell, an aristocratic snob. The family decided to turn hillbilly for Campbell's visit so his mother would refuse to let them marry. Included in the act were Catalpa Tapp and her father, Bildad, real plebeian hillbillies. After accident- ally drinking Bildad's moonshine, Mrs. Augustus Campbell made the shocking confession to Cyrus Scudder that she was really Bildad's sister. Kaye then realized that she didn't love Kingston. Jeff Scudder finally proved he could be masculine and domineering. Kaye admitted she still loved him, and they were reunited. llx. CJ 111 X Lf f .M g sa Ma Brannigan... Betty Brannigan Dick Brannigan... Kaye Brannigan... Catalpa Tapp.. Bildad Tapp. .. Kingston Campbell .,..... Mrs. Augustus Campbell.. Jeff Scudder. .. Cyrus Scudder. . . Cast ...Alice McClain . . . .Sheri Rynd . ...Curt Layman . . . .Diana Blondin . . . .Nancy Jochim Mark Kirschenmann ......Dan Larson . . . .Carla Kellman ...John Adkison ......Ben Hull Dan Larson Verne McCarthy Alis Mclain Suzanne Nelter Becky Nixon Cheri Rynd Rick Tobia -'x .ly . 'A ll 'V I ,Q Stan Hoit and Rod Pugh earned fhespian points by lighting the active stage. Mark Kirschenmann, as Bildad Tapp, terrified two aristocrats, Dan Larson lKingston Campbelll and Carla Kellman lMrs. Augustus Camp- belll in "The Campbells Are Coming." THESPIANS Thespians is a national honorary for drama students. To become a member, a student must earn ten points by taking part in the production of plays. The Thespians' two productions this year were "East Lynne" and "The Campbells Are Coming." In the spring lke's Thespians co-hosted the Columbia Basin Drama Festival with Davis in which iunior and senior high schools from all over the state put on one-act plays. The Thespians' officers, Sheri Rynd, president, Randy Pugh, vice presidentg Diane Blondin, secretary treasurer, and Rick Tobia, points officer posed while working on "East Lynne." University of Washington Professors, Carr and Gilbert, judged and gave critiques after each play. State-wide contestants entered the Fourth Annual Shakespearean Festival in Wapato. Each gave his interpre- tation of some Shakespearean play. Five trophies were given for the men's and women's tragedies, a comedy, g E Diane Blondin Mike Bohosky Roland Curtis Steve Dale Carrell Doak and the best over-all actor and actress. G X . KW Mark Kirschenmann ! S .1 -T 'vc' ,Alb Tri-M officers gathered around the piano were from left to right: Dick Skordal, treasurerg Chuck Hatch, vice president, Jim Thompson, president, Lynda Paul, secretary: and Julie Thomas, historian. Linda Buys Jan Lisk Kathy Childress Mary TRI-M Tri-M, Eisenhower's music honorary di- rected by John Schactler and Allen Boyer, was established to recognize the out- standing achievements in choral, band, and orchestral work. Modern Music Masters selects members on a merit basis, which includes scholar- ship in music and academic subjects and service to school, church, and community. Those selected were initiated in the late fall and early spring. if gift '11 Nor Picruneo Y Steve Dale A ' l ' Rod Eels H Kathy Sargent 5 K::.F . ww. Pill Strosahl h s Q ' X i i" A tsiii we Kc. ' 'tp f 5 I A 3 'xiii yi 'Q .- J ' fs' L , L . s. 3 L i ggf' "i ' g ' 5. Q 5, Dale Ed Roland Laurie Charles Judy Lynn Chris Clark Coval Curtis England Hatch Jenkins Jensen Johnsen Joy Bob Sue Liz Lynda Dan Virginia Karen McClure McSay Montgomery Owen Paul Penhallegon Reed Rice McAbee 'XE 5 Je ssrt Sv we is , L W ' -1 , 3 sf 4 3 'NVQ U i w s A Y f sq ij Jim Ruse Lynne Shaeffer Marilyn Schafer Jeanne Schockley Dick Skordal Steve Stevenson Georgia Stone Larry Taylor Jim Thompson Rick Tobia Diana Trenerry Marvel Lou Tufts Dorothy Turneaure Karen Westberg Kathy Whitaker Jan Williams Pam Woodward 72 Mr. Boyer plays by ear while Mr. Schactler adds leg-show and high note. Whoopeel That's what you get for using NAIR on your face. Senior portraits I!!!I , FOR THE FUN OF IT LETTER TO THE EDITOR IN RESPONSE TO REPEATED REQUESTS FOR A SENIOR PORTRAIT AND PEDIGREE SHEET: "I should think that by now you people would realize that I have no intention of having my photograph or any information whatsoever about mein your annual. I appreciate your concern, but in my three years' stay at this school I have contributed nothing to it, and have, in turn, gotten little out of it. Therefore, Iwish to leave behind a rather unpleasant experience uncommemorated in either picture or word. My tirst intention upon leaving this school is, in fact, to forget it as completely as possible, and already much of my sophomore and iunior years remain a blissful blank. So once again I thank you tor your concern but close this note with the hope that there will be no further misunderstanding on this issue. Thank you." Bryclon S. "65" - FOOTBALL. GRIA Who says we need a readerboard? "Jim, GFS YOU SYUCIYIHQ USUN?" I'Our group had 4070 fewer cavities S! ,'t,'r " N 4. it fini 'K xpf' s NATIONAL HONOR Q To be selected to membership in National Honor Society is the highest honor that can be received by an Eisenhower student. Each member must show outstanding qualities in scholarship, leadership, character, and service. No more than fifteen per cent of a class may be initiated into the organization. Five per cent of a class is tapped at the end of its iunior year. The remaining ten per cent is taken into member- ship during the senior year at two assemblies, one in the fall and the other in the spring. Miss Evelyn Love, head adviser, was assisted by Mrs. Hines, Miss Nelson, and Mr. Magness. National Honor Society officers were Karen McPhie, secretary, Bob McSay, treasurer, Gary Heimbigner, president, and Don Cowdrey, vice president. Nancy Bom Linda Brock Susan Bayerd Donald Cowdrey Caroline Crum Laurel England Charles Hatch Gary Heimbigner linda Johnson Terry Johnson Linda Lane Kathy Ledbetter Kathy Lyon Barbara Malm Thomas Mathieu Wanda McCargar Alice McClain Joy McClure Lindo MCM H K - Margaret McVey Karen Nelson Gayel Pitchford u en aren McPhre Robert McSay SOCIETY C? VY' fan- Patricia Probst Larry Roi Sheri Rynd Thomas Sanford Lynne Shaeffer Larry St. Pierre Larry Taylor James Thompson Marvel Lou Tufts Dorothy Turneaure John Vandenbrink Sandra Wells Stephen Werner Karen Westberg Wallace Whitaker A photographer's view of the spring tapping. s President Gary Heimbigner cd. dressed the student body at the 5Pfl"'Q lapping of National Honor Society. NOT PICTURED: Bob Baldwin Susan Rennie Steve Stevenson Pat Strosahl .,,,, -,I ,,,,,,,.M,,,...w-'L Yu- X x in-G , fy 4' 437f4ff11xWxX1 Qwfxww ww M wwf , mm 5 W 4 'Q' ff 4,1 if ' x f "' .. N ' 1 ,g,-- . 5 Y f 'B' f J. .. Ma., fe? if VZ VZ! ug R' y "rf- N 3 S Q11 X - A f. W . K, QW. . gg ' - ., ig 2 . 'fa f'w3SK.-iifu "x.r,'Q- J M fr 9 '7' .. tk ' V- W ' . A ' 1 k ' W kk H . K KH :1:1?,WA35kiz,,.5,u I 1 ,,ik:.kk.kLTk-2245, XA x YY5V.A,,5v:ix X. . K. I Q Y K K V L - Q if- -',h - WW . , Jw? Q- , - . l gsm, 1 A X .49 wwryw, . V gQ,ff,f,-:Vx , . sf, , . 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Pictured in action and in color on the endsheets the drill teams symbolized a Hawaiian dancer in keeping with the theme "Around the World" at our big game with Davis. Led by Captain Judy Millard and Lieutenant Peggy MP2, Q' l -, 1 --f Egg eight. it tll Q., -Q. , li A ' ,""'---. g . X 'D sl,:,..f McVey the team marched in Ellensburg and Wapato in the early fall. Accompanied by the Ike "honor" band, in the spring they participated in the famed Daffodil Festival Parade in Tacoma. April brought many valley teams to the annual work- shop at Eisenhower sponsored by the drill team and Mrs. Wagner, their advisor. Ten school drill units displayed their favorite routines and original ideas after the year's work. l The combined bands and drill teams of Davis and Eisenhower performed during halftime at the 1964 football game between the cross-town rivals. ln MOTION between - , K quarters the drill team executed a figure QQ? K , 5, 41 K. Nm X - ,Q Q5 1 ' X K W I Mk In 1 Y Q37 A 3 gn 'L ,vb . 'ii' ... Q ' if ,nr Q M CHEER or Kiki, lke's bubble-dancing mascot! Victory was ours in football-Our cheer leaders were .loan Miller, Kathy Jenkins and Sheri Colvin. Set Pace For Student Participation With shakers held high the rally posed in basketball outfits, anticipating the trip to Spokane. They are Jan Sinsel, Dee Ann Hammerstad, Susie Eichler, Jane Holder, Kathy Lyon, Cheryl Korach, Karen Holt, and Margie Eaken. s ,Af 8 I HOMECOMING ROYALTY Prince Randy Russuc and Princess Dee Ann Hammerstad. Princess Karen Holt and Prince Glen Shaw 82 w I 4 w w DANCES . . . MID SUMMER AND TOLO MMM A D ' F i n k MMM ' -D y A in X. X , i HOLIDAY FANTASY Eisenhower's Mid Winter Formal, sponsored by the Girls' League and Boys' Fed- eration, was held on December l2th. Fir and evergreen trees, giant candy canes, balls, a sleigh, Santa and old English shops turned the cafeteria into a Holiday Fantasy. 84 ' 5 5 ,L , Q! X in VALLEY OF THE JOLLY GREEN GIANT This year's Tolo, sponsored by the Drill Team, brought to a climax the activities of "twirp week." The dance was held in the cafetorium which was transformed into the Valley ofthe Jolly Green Giant. Music was provided by "Danny and the Seniors" and the highlight of the evening came when the Tolo King, Dana Ovens, was crowned by Drill Team Captain Judy Millard. 85 5 4'!'1"' ' QS? N9 0 Y f tv . ,1 X 3 Q X ky g . ! 11' 4.4 Ly, V 21 . wg PROM 1965 K T , tt- M 1 vi.- H, l x4 . s 5 NV , ,fi lf., . . :U was ff' 'I fr lil, J 's 9 ,, . N5 ,. A ,'b I Y 1 'K , Bi W ,ff WTA N 5' fx ,. Men' s .3 7 Q X . mv ,fig in A Way of Life Cadets in Motion reviewing for a test if nf' '. WA. .,,. . Q . storing volumes of English texts . executing a still life in oils WSH , Q g fx , 3.5 23 is I K Qu 1NE'? Z Officers of the Sophomore Class were Parli Arnslon, lreasurerg Sherry Brooks, secrelaryp Marlha Abbott, presidenfp and Chris Carter, vice president. SOPHCJMCRES Sophomore football managers . . . girls' roofing section . . . !hey're coming info high school younger every Year 90 px-,L Marti Abbott Peggy Adams Tamara Adamson Richard Ahlbrecht Wilma Alley Jerry Almos Julie Amis Tom Amos fgr- Marcia Anderson Terry Anderson Tim Anderson Karen Antles 4 L Sophomore girls show school spirit at one of Ike's thrillers. t. ,- , 1' it J 4. Q, ,- -2 ""'x.. , N5 ig 5' 5? 5 ., ,K V .' :J iiiligjwf. ii Jim Archer Paige Arntson Pat Arntson Leslie Asplund 'CTX ' 5 ff. .3645 , PM 'ai 4? I Q 2, I . .rs X 4 , , . . f, W X ' V X V "Jw, fr x4 i pk 'X is-'iii X S iv ,X fs -wi TW' S, L Girls Captured All Sophomore Class Offices . 2 g. .X Ziggy ,A .2 V 4. fx f I Vy, . 3 , TT t P up A 2: . G, we in it - er A B ! V54 -.,- x B '-N. 41 f. z ' V 2 g V Asle it y l' 5 A 'Q At ls , i X 1. i.5il.Ei ' i. X31 3. Q WW ' "ii" FQEZWA if" " H22 i' ' .ef , , ,A '?w g,'u Taj- + A :. .s ' -r -. Q , . ' '.3'1f 'L i 3 i - :A i f1..J3f Y.. Views 2 4' 15 fg1:75,yfe: , V N of ,f f- jy , . iff- 91 Judy Aust Roy Bailey Rodger Bailey Ralph Baker Dan Baker Terry Baker Teresa Balholm Paula Ball Suzanne Bariault Candy Barnett Rickie Barrett Rick Baumgardner Wanda Becker Ron Bemis Andy Benoit "The pause that refreshes." Don Briskey Ellen Broadbent Susan Brody Sherry Brooks Clyde Brown Dennis Brown linda Brown Nancy Brown Jan Browne Jackie Buchanan Larry Buckles Don Bundy Karen Burd Mildred Burns Kay Burrill Lloyd Benscoter Greg Berryman Jo'hnny Bezemer Sandra Bishop Doug Bissell Tom Biorgen Cathie Blaylock Petra Bohnhoff John Balm Francine Bolong Dan Bowers Dennis Boyd Jim Bradley Bill Brennen Lois Bridges 1 iv- ,teiiflif -3 Life for Class of '67 Became Serious- a- aw: YW 5 raft? 3 K :sas Raid w lv, fl Pat Cain I X., 'Y - 2 tiff? Alan Campbell Bruce Campbell - David CamPbeIl 1' M W- .gl Tom Campbell ' gg Bill Caraway , Tina Carey ff Joan Carlson A A 4 ,, .. 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J na 7 "i - f Q 1 L -2 95 Diana Kempf Emeryl Kensler Chris Kerr Larry Kimmel Jeff Kissel Tom Klapstein Jim Klavano Francy Kling Judy Knobel Randy Knowles Pat Koroch Kathleen Krueger Joe Kruszka Kathy Kunkel Ann Laffoon Henry Lagergren Chris Lalande Thomas Lane Robert Lantrip Barbara Larsen Dona Larson Carla Laughlin Diann Loyfield Kurt Layman Judy Lebens Christine LeCocq Sharon LeCompte Chris Lewis Gail Lewis Ron Lewis Ted Lewis Trudi lewis 5 JJ wk Olivia Liebent Lisa Lindeman Kathy Liniger Bonnie Lochrie Dick Lockhart Connie Longsine Jack Louman Lorenzo Lorenzo Bruce Love Margaret Low Glenn Lowrie Jeff Lugar Linda Lutap Valerie Lynch Doudlas MacArthur Richard Malm Ron Mansfield Ken Marble Barb Marks Eddy Marquis Bill Martin Mike Nastel Gery Masten Amy Mattson Cathy Maxwell Dan Mayhak Pat McCafferty Larry McCaw Regina McClusky Phylis McDonald Kathy McElroy Mary Mendenhall Rackets whirl and birdies fly in gym. 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'is 4, 1 me 5 -yy ' J 1 'S'-fc DX tt wx -1 sv ws. 99 Ron VanCIeave linda Vegt Sarah Villaume Gaylan Warren Darrell Weber Linda Weimer Vikki Weins Dianne Werner Sandi Weyand Kris Whitaker Bruce White Suzanne Whiteman David Whitnall Scott Wight Jane Will Leslee Williams Annette Wine Marilyn Worthington Mariorie York Prudy Young Steve Sutliff Steve Sutphen John Suendsen Mary Sutley Nancy Syrcle Chris Tait Joe Teague Ron Tegeler Margaret Theobald Allan Thomlinson Jim Thompson Vickie Thompson Susan Thomson Ken Thuesen Patsy Tilley Bill Tompkins Shirley Townsend Tom Trimble James Turner Julie Turner Pamela Ulrich No longer a lowly Sophomore! Not Pictured Bauer, Mike Doyle, Mary Ford, Sharon Knopp, Sharon Marshall, Blaine Rutherford, Sam Snider, Bob Whitney, Chuck Woodward, Debby Zschomler, Richard wh, C X 'Y A Officers of the i .nfl '. ,M Q can . , .s-.46 4 -. -If . . J' 'Q 3, 1 is "' 4 sf if wi-5 it V ,-qsifilx 413522 14.-N-AfIii,I7Yll91" Junior Class were Kufhy Moore, secrelaryg Brian Davis, ireosurerp Tim Olson, presidenlpund Jerry Carpenler vice president JUNIORS .S r W' srr,, , 45 -f:.--, , Y Class .... .... C Iubs .... .... S ports. . . . . .Spirit 100 U -s. it 'I i N., . f aww. be W , , ws' :r ef i sv- r vw-.L is NN RQ-,jr rf , 1 " 'M f Jgiiffi -24.3 Sli .. . 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Xwqwvcm. 1 Michael John Bohoskey Nancy Anne Bolm Cheryl Bond Linda Joy Brack Richard Kent Bradley David Lynden Brathovde Robert Allison Brennen Richard Kenneth Briant Susan Ann Brindamour Bruce Michael Brines Nanci Anne Brown Roy Curtis Brown Cathy l.ee Bartrum Charleen Marie Batt Robert Bruce Bauman Gail Ann Baxter Susan Jean Bayerd John Robert Beam Marilyn Marie Beam Lois Jean Belcher Jerome Lewis Berger Michael Stacy Bernazzani Sheryl lynn Bernett Paul Alan Berryessa John Michael Bickham James Keith Bishop Richard Allen Blair Bruce Eugene Blanchard Jerry Dean Blanchard Diana Rae Blondin Jolene Elizabeth Bloomer Sharon Gaye Bogardus "CT" 7 Gary Jay Bruchett Edward M. Burnett Dorothy Sue Butler Larry James Butler Linda Dale Buys Brian Campbell Sandra May Campbell Susan Kay Campbell Richard Carlton Catherine Mary Carslens Marlene Cawley Kathleen Diane Childress Rymmel Kay Christianson Sharon Lee Christopher Steven Kent Cilla Dale William Clark William A. 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William Conrad LaDonna Marie Cook Michael Marinus Cook William David Cook Lenai Marie Cooper Wanda Sue Cooper Edward Franklin Covall Donald Cowdrey Carol Louise Crabtree Tommie Faye Crawford Caroline Yvonne Crum Roland Jay Curtis Seniors Ledl Ike lo Football Championship Allen Jones porlrayed a typical Pasco football player al a fall assembly. ,QGHW i Jovi u-,Bvrfbeff 1 Boy! l f federation K Davidnwilliarn ACollir1gs. --- FFA 2, hislo- ridn' 3, president 4, Sahers 2, sec. 3,41 Edward Mrlurneit liBdnd,2,3,4 Port-7'7 ii ',TrCiC,K','2,3',4iBoys' Federation 2,3,4, ii.- '1i-,, li'1'i F65dGf'4ll9'1l -'i', - ooipl I I jizkfjgfilikg,'gy-21' , ' L i , i -fSharorl Pofrigia Colvin --4 Cheerleader 4: '1Sg'noief4,'5MLC, 2,3, ,Sophomore Class Treasurer, Annie Gel Your Gun 33 FTA 4, ,. ..flKEQlFli,la,rilios'2g Senior Assembly 37 Proin f357,Sgiongo ,Club 3: Pep Club 2,3,4g Girls' , . ,, up r, .ppllll l - a.L?vQvel,i2S3f,feP'l4 .yyi :yf ,E -:Vk7 -i-kkvvimdmg,cnnru - FFA 2,3'47 Boys, Fedorotioh j2,3,4f 1LaDonnd'fMurle Cook -- Bond 2,3,4, fPo'rll,oncl-,:,R,ose Festival 23 Cap 8- Gown 35:Mid-Winfer Formal 4, FTA 3,47 Senior lol llol yaliy i ?Ciw1if'1l?'ee 4: - PGP Club 2f3f4f Girls' l ik. kky, Q. 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Suu Cooper -- Pep Club 2,3,4, ilibroryih Girls' League 2,3,-1 Edward FrankliniCovoll W- lKE Hilariiies j2,4,2 i1fz1M1 4, choir 4, Menu ores 4, Baseball 271 Prom 3, Boys' Federation 2, i!lf6ilil66iiE.i1,Qlhhie1 onl,' 25142: 1.. 1 ' i 3?4k 1 Donald Cowelrey -- Moth Club 2,35 JCL 12,3,4, MLC- 2,3315 Honor Society 3, vice- pres. Ag -Prom. 35 Boys' Federoflon 2,3,4 Carollouise Crabtree -- FTA ZA, GALES l3,,lreqsg,-4, Cop 8. Gown 3, Pep Club '2-,3,4f'Girls' League 2,3,4 Tommie Faye 'Crawford -- Girls' Glee 2: Ushers j2,3,4g Nonelle 27 Pep Club 2,3,4p Senclefig Girls' League 2,3,4 Caroline 'Yvonne Crum --1 Senole 3, JCL 2-,3,41,MLC,-Sp Library 3,45 Tennis 2,3,4g Honor Society 4, Prom 3,'Pep Club 2,3,4, Girlsf league - 2,3,4 A 7RoIand'.luy Curtis --- Band 2,3,4, IKE iHilarif's 2,43 Foolball 2,33 H.M.S. Pina- fore'2g' Annie :Gel Your Gun 31 Easl Lynne 4':'Choirf3,4g Chamber Singers 4, Port' iff il. Ar,., 5 flondfkose Feslival 2, Boys' Federation ,ll Fifleld ,,l r or I, . 2k'3A- . 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Hinkley Slheri Lynn Hogrefe Stanley Allen Hoit Jane Elizabeth Holder Charles Holt Karen Jo Holt Curran Charles Howard James Maclaine Huff Peter James Charlotte Jenkins Judith Gail Jenkins P Q Terry William Frost - Choir 2,3, Men's Chorus 4,,Speech.8t Drama 3, One Act Plays 3, Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Peter Andrew Galbraith - USE Vice President 4, INR pres. 4, ,Model UN 3, 4, -Basketball 2, Senior ,Assembly 3, Boys' Federation 2,3,4, Debate 3,4 Peter Hudson Garth -- JCL 2,3,4, MCC 3, Boys' ,Federation 2,3,4gg , Fredrick Giard -- Wrestling 2,3,4, Track 2, Football 2, Lettermen's Club 2,3,4, Senior Assembly 3, Boys' Federation 2, 3,43 ' - A A - Gregory A. Glover -- Football 2,3, Track 2,4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Richard Doon Gardner -QIKE Hilarities 2,4, HMS Pinafore 2, Men's Chorus 2, Chamber Singers 4, Chess Club 3, Boys' Federation g2,3,4 Daryel Dean' Graff -- Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Donna Rae Graves -- Girls Glee Club 2, 3, Ushers.4, Bookstore 4,,lKE Hilorities 4, Library 2, Pep Club 2,3,4, Five-Star Journal 4, Girls' League 2,3,4 Elizabeth Robinson Gray -- Arl Guild 3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Homecoming 3,'Girls' League 2, rep. 3,4 Diane Jean Grothe -- Girls' Glee Club 3, Choir 4, MLC 3, Senate 4, Pep Club 3,4, Girls' League 3,4 Sandra Gutherie - Girls' League 2,3,4 Dae Ann Hammerstad -- Rally 4, Drill Team 3, lKE Hilarities 2, Tolo 3, Prom 3, Homecoming Princess 4, Senior As- sembly 3, Mid-Winter Formal 3, Office 3, Senate-4, Pep, Club -2,3,4 Girls' League 2,3,4 A Judy Ann Hammond -- MLC 2, FTA 4, Band 3,4, Mid-Winter Formal 4, Prom 3, Pep Club' 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4 Susan Jane Haney - Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4 Gary Robert Harker -- Football 2,3,4, Lette-rmen's Club 3, pres. 4, JCL 2,3,4, Homecoming Candidate 4, Boys' Federa- tion 2,3,4 Robert Guy' Harvison -- Band 2l,3,4, MLC 2, Chess Club 2, Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Charlotte Jenkins -- Girls' League 2,3.4 Judith Gail Jenkins - Girls' Glee 2, Choir 3,4, Tri-M 3,4, Chamber Singers 4, IKE Hilarities 4, Prom 3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League' 2,3,4 A 1' -mei' ay ,, Charles E. Hatch - Band 2,3,4, Honor Saciety,4, Annie Get Your Gun 3, Tri- M 3, vice pres. 4, JCL 2,3,4, Math Club 2,3, IKE Hilarilies 4, Senior Assembly 3, Portland Rose Festival 2, Boys' Federa- P ' tion 2,3,4 Eugene Dale Haubrich - Art Guild 2, 53.4, Football 2,3, Track 3, Boys' Federa- tion 2,3,4 Gary Wayne Heimbigner -- Honor So- ciety 3, pres. 4, Basketball 2, Track 2. 3,4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4, Linda Rae Herr - Pep Club 2,4, Girls' l.eague,,2,4, IKE Hilarities 2,4, Senior Assembly 2, Girls' Glee 2, Nonette 2, Choir 4, Prom 2, Gales 2 David John Hillstrom -- Band 2,3,4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Greg C. Hinkley --- Track 2,3,4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Sheri Lynn Hogrefe -- Ushers 2, Pep Club 2,3, Girls' League 2,3,4 Stanley Allen Hoit - Senate 4, Math Club 2,3, Chess Club 3, Science Club 2, East Lynn 4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Jane Elizabeth Holder -- Rally 4, Drill Team 3, IKE Hilarities 2, Prom 3, Tolo 3, Senior Assembly 3, Mid-Winter Formal 3,4, Homecoming.4, MLC 2,3, FTA 2,3, 4, Senate 4, Mothers' Tea 3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4 Charles Holt -v Art. Guild 4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Karen Jo Holt -- Rally 4, Drill Team 3, Homecoming Princess 4,.Prom 3, Senior Committee 4, IKE Hilarities 2, Senior Assembly 2,3, MLC 2, Art Guild 3, MCC 3, Mothers' Tea 2, Tolo 3, Speech 85 Drama 3, Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4 ' Curran Charles Howard -- Football 3, 4, Lettermen's Club 4, Track 3.4, Base- ball 2, Boys' Federation 2,3,4 James Maclaine Huff -- Debate 3,4, Revellle 3,4, Quill Bt Scroll 3, historian 4, U of,W Annual Conference 3,4, JCL 2,3,4, MCC 4: Model UN 4, Science Club 2, Senior Assembly 2, HMS Pina- fore 2, East Lynn 4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4 . Peter James -- Tennis 2,3,4, Commis- sioner ot Clubs 3, Wrestling 2, Math Club 2,3, MLC 3, Leltermen's Club 2, 3,4, Senate 4, Boys' Federation 2,3,4 in 'Q-7 ii 4 Honor Society 10 3 fel! B ,,. Tapped 63 Seniors How sweet il is!! sr-A., 'ff f 'sew' s ...af ,ANNE x xx -ner? Eis Kathy iAnn y,J.nkins - cheerleader 4, ,Sevier Q C0m,'!!s?f'ses,f?:. SALES.2'3fsePreS-nsfsrrirzs 'Junior Class? Secrelaryg "A'- -FTA! Drill Team 3g Tolo 35 Prom Slflllshers 2, -vige PY'-We-131 HQDPGWmii19, 3?f2f,MQfll?'7?','IQ9,'-, 21 Pep CIGB' 2i,3Q3iib" Girl? league Iii," rep. 2 'A A Lynn M. Jensen Tri-CM 4, lfep Club 2,3,-if Annie,Gof,g7lQ9ur Qian: Bond 2,3,4p Girls? Chrlsfaphcr Charles Johnson MCC Pres p43 JCL 3,41i,Madri9asls ,33.QChoir g2, ia: ei'usboieff2w3,4Viirram unlwsfffef 2 4 s Formal '43 Boys' Federation 2,3,il ' 'L Llndujllarolyn Johnson Honor LLA Society, V 3,4:flEQuilI iScr6ll'f-'134 ' 41ElgfljlfIA' vice pres. 4g JCL '2,3,4g MLC 3245 U of W Annual ,LZL ,Conference5glQ,4g,lfrom ,Bi 'Reyellle 3,435-fiMdlliEff Cl'ulii3i2lf" Pepi?l1Club"iQi2, 3,-ig Girls' neqgusl 2,3,4 A' 2 Terry' , ,lohnson --jQ.g.lVcOl11l3llfSlOfll lfglof Pub- licily K'.L, 4g Senate 2I3f5'.ldniorH Cl'aLsii-'Treas- urerg MLC 3, treasQ 8- Germandco-pres. 41 GA'-55.3341sTB""i??f3f 99l?C'e-f-36 Model UN V425 Hono'r'S0Cl55ly ljffilfep Club' 2,3,4p Girls' league 2,3,4 slurry tml- ",-. "Q -',- 9951515351143 2,3,43 Pr0lflfl3: Selllbr iGilj55"7 GleeV4: FTA 2,ff5,lMCC 35 Pepl. Club . fk.w, Allflil W. yidhaii-'iii-3 USE" Trdililirer Track 2,3,41 INR ylce pres. 4:-QMLCACZ, 3: Science Silvsb ,2iZ5,MOdeE-gUN,3Q4s:, 89255 orgasms..sezga,4vvf isius C 2 osi, Helen Par .lanes ,-- llshers Girlsf lwsvs 2.362 v , is ummm can Jones --'ffraoluallr 2,3321 Lellermen's Club' j3,4p Senior ,Assembly L33 479959 993 Yolllligunf-QQ? rrf, ,B9Yl?gQfedQl9T-, 'ion . 2,3'4 f.f'., ' , Qifflff i 'rrk .--, Fred E. Kannody Sabers 23,45 Boys' Federation i2,3,4,,i1gg EIA rgjffggf Ii.h .,VLA , 55 ..,, g,-gig Jackfl.. Kaiylzmanlifl- Boys' i Federalion 21314. :-L, K- A -,,LL . , 130536 Kev 'lglyl' :,GlFl?f5 league 2.3.4 'ffqi ' i'fg57-ff' Palli K. Kelch, - Transferred from Naches if 'KE Hfleiiflsf +M3ifPeniefsQ1vh.3541,Girlie league 3,4 ,A,r , limi, Waller James Kennedy Foolball 2,3, V42 lwresllinglfi Basgbal Slale 32- lqellerinerifs Clubf-2,3gXE"Debale 4, Senior Class. Ffresidenll- 45 Qlenalellflg Q':.-gulf W! enhower Graduated 8th Class Senior Committee 45 Boys' Federation r Susan Louise Kidder Pep i"i' Club 223,45 Mid-Winter Formal 45 Girls' league 2, -252 .'-. rx' , William 'Blair' Kilo -4-li'Senale 3: 'll' Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Marcusnllay Klnipn 41 Saber: pres, 45 Bays' Federation 2,3,'4 John B. ,Kinnear -- Men's Glee Club 41 fauna 213,seyifaredeiqiiun elel 2','3,4i leele 5 if C Mark Michaels Kirschenmann l"l' -- Science Club 2,3f,MLC,25 Tl1espionsQl3,4g ,Qmen Aman '33 -Plays lll Speeeh 8. Drama 3.4: East Lynn 45 Art Guild 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,45 Campbells Are Comfng f-'4 -,'- V 'J ll-' ,: '-,l, John Richard Klein -- Band 2,3,4y Port- land Rose Festival 25 Senior Assembly 27 Boys' Federafion 2,334 f Kandace Vera Klingele -- Pep Club 2, 3,47 Ushers 2: Prom 3: Senior Assembly Girls' league 23,4 'is' '- Mona Carol Knowles - MLC 45 Pep Club 2,3,4y Prom 3g 'Girls' League 2,3,4 Phillip CQ' KoprSi-- Foolball'?2,3: Wrestl- ing 2,45 Track 2,3,4g Malh Club 25 JCL 2,3,g,Boysf,l Federalion 2,3,4 M icharyl UQ Kurdish ---iiefkally if Dfiliisreume 35 MLC 31 Homecoming Candidate 4, ,Senior ,Assembly 3: jfala 3lglQllMid-,wlnfer Senior girls Marilyn Beam, Cheryl Richardson, Cheryl Sloul, and Judy Voss, leor down the goal posl afler lhe vic- lorious loolball clash wilh Davis. 'Formal iii' 3,45 Pram 3? "" PepT7iClub '12l,3,4: Girls' League 2,3,4 Etevhengh- Krefl --. E5A4l,sB9vs' Fedew-l r lion 2,314 ' 'C' l Nancy .loule Kraus -- MLC 2: Malh Club -,231VArlQljgQuild,,gjQ,.4: .lflihers Pep:glClub 'i2i,3,4p Girls' league '213,4 ' ' Kathy Mario Krieger +- Band 2,33 Girls' llsh9vw43f4,reP+, - he rl 'lQauise"A1' KruQ?'i--- 'Chamber Singers 4: FIA 3,45 Choir 3, Girls' Glee Club 25 1?fl9l'ell?gii?-I Mhg-27 PES? i.,,i C lUl?3f2f3'41EJl9iflSf ' s 2 2 s league slsll, 2,3,4 sl oiili l is ilsi S louise Holly Kryzskolle- Ushers 4g Pep , 'i Q95 2359541 Girl? Reissue i2lL3f4 K esls ,l or 'liiehardi-fPalricli"'Kueh'ii'-F-- Football 2,31 l 1 - bays' Federation 2,35 l , A -,llichardgsgg-Allenzglgacy 2,3549 Ll- brary 43"Men's Chorus 41 Boys' Federa- tion 2,3,4 f C A flames ff-.HQ Laqnb 1-5ggggfMLCi1'g.52,3g Science 'Club 2fi'iMalh'-'iClubi'2g Boys' Federation 3594 i l l -l an . any Candace Vera Klingele Mona Carol Knowles Phillip C. Kopp Cheryl D. Korach Stephen H. Kraft Nancy Joule Kraus Kathy Marie Krieger louise A. Krug Louise Holly Kryzsko Richard Patrick Kuehn Richard Allen lacy James H. Lamb Kathy Ann Jenkins Lynn M. Jensen Christopher Charles Johnsen Linda Carolyn Johnson Terry Johnson Sherry Lea Johnson Allen W. Jones Helen Pat Jones Richard Carl Jones Fred E. Kannedy Jack L. Kautzman Robin Kay Karp Patti K. Kelch Walter James Kennedy Susan louise Kidder William Blair Kile Marcus Ray Kinion Jo'hn B. Kinnear Mark Michael Kirchenmann John Richard Klein Linda Lee Lane Daniel Martin Larson John M. Larson Stephen Blanshan Layman Winifred Ann Lea Richard Alan LeBoeuf Kathleen Karen Ledbetter Michael Dean Leita Ralph G, Lenhard John Charles Lewis Bruce Reed Lindberg Carl Arthur Lippert Janet Marleen Lisk Barbara Jane Lock Henry Huntington Lombard Barbara June Long Steven Curtis Lund Katherine Elizabeth Lynch Sharon Faye Lynch Kathryn Elizabeth Lyon gif VS ..t.L3.w N . , S Shi .rt I!! 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Mathieu Kenneth Lee Mathis Mary Elizabeth Mattson 'WY George Washington Scholarships Awarded to Nine Seniors Steven Curtis Lund - Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Katherine Elizabeth Lynch ---' INR 3, social chairman 47 MCC 2,3,47 MLC 2, 37 FTA 37 ,Science Club 27 Senior As- sembly 3,47 Annie Get Your Gun 37 Cap and Gown 37 Mid-Winter Formal 47 Pep Club 2,3,47 Girls' League 2,3,4 Sharon Faye Lynch - Pep Club 27 Girls' League 2,3,4 Kathryn Elizabeth Lyon --H Honor Society 47 DAR Rep.7 Rally 47 Cabinet 47 Senior Committee 47 Homecoming Candidate 4: Drill Team 37 MLC 2,37 MCC 2,37 Com' missioner of Social Affairs7 Senior As- sembly. 37 Tolo 37 Prom 3j Homecoming 3,47 Mid-Winter Formal 37 Speech 81 Drama 47 Pep Club 2,3,47 Girls' League 2,3,4 L Edward Douglas MacKenzie -- Boys' Federation 2,3,4 , Robert Leroy Madden - Choir- 47 Men's Chorus 37 Boys' Federation Rebecca Jeanne Maddox -- Pep Club 2, 3,47 Prom 37 MLC 27 Girls' League 2,3,4 Barbara Norene Malm -- Transferred from. Moses Lake 47 Honor Society 47 MLC 47 MCC 47 Pep Club 47 Girls' League 4 Sherry Ruth :Mann --- Pep Club 47 Girls' League 4 Steven Sandel Marquard - JCL 2,3,47 lNR 47 Debate 3,47 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Michael Earl Marquardt - Math Club 3,47 Chess Club 47 Chamber Singers- 47 Art Guild 47 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Thomas A. Martinell -- Art7Gulld, 47 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Richard L. Mason -- Boys' Federation 2,34 Thoinas T. Mathieu -- Math Club, pres. 27 Tennis 2,3,47 JCL 2,3, pres. 47 Honor Society 3,47 MLC,'3,47 Boys' Federation 2,3,47 Senior Assembly 3 Kenneth Lee Mathis -- Track 2,31 Boys' Federation 2,3,47 'Basketball 47 Senate 47 MLC 2 Mary Elizabeth Mattson e- Pep Club 2,3, 47 Ushers 2,37 East Lynne 47 Girls' League 2,3,4 Linda Lee Lane - Science Club 27 Art Guild 47 Prom 37 Girls' League 2,3,47 Pep Club 2,3,47 Honor Society' 4 Daniel Martin Larson -- Commissioner of lnterschool Relations j4i East Lynn 47 The'CampbelIs Are Coming 47 INR 3, 47 Model UN 3j Five-Star Journal 37 Debote,,3,47,Quill 8: Scroll 3,47 AFS 3, 47 Boys' ' Federation' 2,3,4 John M. Larson - Track 2,3,47 Letter- -men's Club 3,47 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Stephen Blanshan Layman - Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Winifred Ann Lea '- Pep Club 2,3,47 Girls' League 2,3,4 Richard Alan l.eBoeuf --- Boys' Federation ,LSA - , J , Kathleen Karen Ledbetter - Honor So- ciety 417 Pep, Club f2,3,4i Girls' League 2,4, rep. 3 Michael Dean Leita - Science Club 27 Seniar,AssembIy 37 Boys' -Federation 12, 3,4 Ralph Lenharcl - Lettermen'syClub 2, 3,47 Football 27 Basketball 2,37 Track 2,3,47 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 John ,Charles Lewis --,V Stage 2,3,47 Track 32,47 Football' 27 Choir 47 Men's Chorus 47 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Bruce Reed Lindberg -- Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Carl Arthur Lippert - Senator 3,47 Foot- ball 2,3,47 Wrestling 2,3,47 Pram -37 MLC 37 ,Lettermen's Club 2,3,47 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Janet Marleen Llslc'--- Chamber Singers 47 Tri-M 2,3,47 Choir 3,47 Girls' Glee Club 27 Men's Chorus Accompanist 37 Pep Club 2,3,47 Girls' League 2,4, rep. 3 Barbara Jane Lock -- FTA 2,3,47 Math Club 27 Pep .Club 2.-3,47,JiCL 47 GALES 3,47 Science Club 27 Girls' League 2,3,4 Henry Huntington Lombard -- Debate 37 MLC 37 Moth Club- 27 Senate 47 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Barbara .lune Long f-- Senate 27 Girls' Glee Club 273,47 Ushers 3,47 Pep Club 3,47 Girls' League 2, rep, 3 -CTT' Rally girls, Cheryl Korach and Kathy Lyon, expressed elution after our close victory over Walla Walla. '30 ftfb Was Craig Ellsworth Maxwell -4- Football 25 Wrestling 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 5 Mary Susan McAbee Pefb'Clubf'2,32iS'5 Ushers 25 Mid-Winter Formal 45 Chamber Singers 45 Girls' League 2,3, rep, 4 Wanda Kay MoCargar -- Honor Society 3,45 Sophomore Class Vice-President5 MLC 253,47 FTA 2,3545 iGALES37'2,3',4f5 Model UN 35 Math Club 25 Pep Club 2,3,45 Tennis 355 Girls' . League V1-1 Verne Lincoln McCarthy -4- Track 2,45 Thespians 2,3,45 Chess Club 2,45 Boys' Federation i2,3,4'i --'f'-f -l'r ' Alice Ann McClain -- Honor Society 45 Thespions 45 Debate 3,45 JCL 2,3545 FTA 25 lNR 45 Model UN 45 Pep Club 2,3,45i Cap Si Gown 35 Senior Assembly 35 East Lynn 45 The Carnpbells Are' Corning' '45 Girls' League 2,3,4 Joy McClure --iHonorgSocieQty 35,455 Tri-M 2,3,45 lKE Hilarities'-15 Math Club 25 HMS Pinafore 25 ,Senior Assembly 35 Girls' Glee 25 Choir '35 Chamber" Singers '45 Girls' League 2,3,4 Judith Ann McElroy -5- Transferred from Portland 35 lKE Hilariiies 45'Girls"League 3,4 5, Q, John P. McGahan Bosebol'l'2,3.41 Senate 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Robert Lee McKinney - Boys' Federation 2,3,4 James Shannon Mclean -- VFFAKQ45 Art Guild 2,35 Boys' Feeleiralion 2,324 ' "" l Linda Lee McMullen -- l-lonor',gSociety 3,45 semis 3, QFTA1-2,3,4:'!YMLCE1--52,3545 JCL 45 Pep Club 2,3, Cabinet 45 Girls' League 2,3, rep, 4 5 Karen McPhie - FTA '2,3,45' MLC tl-' 2,3,4'5 Honor Society 3, sec. 45 HMS Pinafore 25 Mid-Winter Formoll'45 'Girls'jiLeogue 2,3, rep. 4 ' Robert Allan McSay --- -Bond 51,552,345 Portland Rose Festival '25 l-lonor"Society' 3, treas. 45 Tri-M 45 Track 3,45 Math Club 2,35 lNR 45 Model MUN' 455 MLC' 35 Science Club 25 Boys' Federation 2,3,4, Margaret Lee McVey + Honor Society 45 Drill Team 3,45 Senior Assembly 2,35 lKE Hilarities 25 Pep''CIubi'ii2,3,4?2f,Prom' 35 Tolo 3,45 FTA 2,3,45 MLC 25 GALES 2,3, sec. 45 Girls' League 253,14 .,., -,ge Paul E. Melville --- Boys' Federation 2, 3,4 , Douglas Gone Metcalfe' --'Baseball Z," 3,45 Lettermen's Club 3,45 Federation 2,3,4 .- ,1,,1 5, ifi K'- Christine Lee Mieras -- MLC 25 MCC 35 Art Guild -,,e 45 Rep 2,3,45,,VGirlsf League 2,3,!! l'il r- ll .lucly Ann Millard - Drill Team 3, capt. J 345 DebateY3,45 'Sgi2noteffN45 FTA 2,3-5 MLC 2,35 Pep Club 253,45 Tolo 3,45 Senior . ,Asserqbly 3,55 Science Club 2-5 Library 3g 'Girls' 'League 2,3,-4 ' l Joan ,Corals Miller Cheerleader 45 Pep I Club 2,3,45'ff5QMLC'i32,3g4'i'i HOFHECDM5. ing Queen'45 IKE Hilarities 25 Prom 35 Senior- Assenilslyy Homyecomipg 2,5 FTA 2,35 'Senate 45 'Motliers' Tea 35 Girls' League 3,4, rep. 2 5 L Lewis'7Croig if-i Miller --fffChairiber 'Singers 45 Choir 2,35 Wrestling 25 Boys' Federo- tion 2V,3,4 56 ggi 1 B. Mark Miller 44- Football 2,3,45 Wres- tling 2,3,45 Track,25 Lettermen's Club 2, 3,45 Prom 33 Boysfs Federatiori"3,4,'rep. L2 Valory Joyce Miller - Pep Club 2,3,-15 ,Prom 35 FTA, 45? ,G1irls',League 2,3.4. 'lednrla Gail Mills --- FTA 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girlsfg League 2,3,4 . A Doris :Jean"Milcl1ell Pepflflub '2,3,-tg Choir 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3, rep. 4 Rebecca Mqy-MittIiedel:--- ,Rep Club 2, 3,45 Choir 35 GALES '45 Girls' League 2,'3'4 13. - , , Evelyn' Mariermaaaeo ea- Basra 3,45 Ov chestra 25 Pep Club 35 Girls' League 2,3,4 , .,,,i ,lg . Sherry Montgomery -- Girls' 'League 2, 354: PGP Clit? 4 5 5 T, . Susan 'Kay 'Nlontgamery"-L- 'Tennis J 2,3,4 Drill Team 3,45 Pep Club 2,3, v-pres. 45 Saleh. Girls' Trio 25 Girls' Glee 25 Nonetle 25 Choir 3,45 Chamber Singers 45 FTA 2,3,45 Office 3: Tolo 3,45VkMld- -Winterlorrnol 35f7'GA'LbS' 257'Senioi' Asi' Sembly 2,35,lKE Hilorilies 45 Tri-M 3,45 ,lrlomecomingY.45 MLC 215l4fGirls1ifLeogiae 25, 4, rep. 3 ' ' ' l livelvfrl-5 Mew Usivw Zisrvfeif 3141, Prom 35 Cao 81' Gown' 3i5'PepfCIub"'2,3.45 Girls' League 2,3,4 A , . Pat Egffmoore -fpf:Pepff5Club1f5e'i2,3,4i51 IKE,g+5 5 Hilufines 4, loans" League 2,a,4, chamber ,5,i09eY5,.4 5,,i sig. 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Penhallegon Raymond Vernon Pennell Edeen Louise Perry Janice Elaine Peterson Margot Ann Pettingill Laura Gene Phipps Dolores Anne Picard Gayel Anne Pitchford Margaret Marie Poirier 7096 of Senior Class College Bound Carrie Lorraine. Mowrey -- Drill Team 4. Tolo 4. Pep Club 3. Office 3. Girls' League 2.3.4 r - L , Mario Annette Mullenneix -- Senate 4. Mic' 2.3. vepssclub i2,s.4, Library 4. Girls? League 3.4.,rep. 2 L, Beverly Jean Muller - Drill Team 4. Pep Club 2.3.4. JCL 3.4. Girls' Gleer 3, Choir 4. Prom 3. Toto, 4. MCC 3. Girls' League 2.3.4 ' L' Rumi Defnllia Mullinox -- Transferred lrom Selah 3. Girls' League rep. .4 Anni Jeanette Nlunger 4-- Ushers 4. FTA 4. Ari Guild 4. Pep Club 2.3.4. Girls' League 2.3.4 Patricia Lynn Nagala -- FTA 3.4.'rUshers 3.4. Band 4. MLC 2.,Girls'..League 2, 3.4 F George Nagle r--- Boys' Federation 2.3.4 Linda Jean Napolitano -f- Pep Club 2. Girls' League 2.3.4 ll" ' A J Cheryl Kaya Nelson. -4 Pep Club 2.3.4. FTA 3.4. MLC 2.3. Girls' League 2.3.4 Beth' Nelson -JMCC 3. AFS 2. Ushers 2. Pep Club 2.3.4. Girls' League 2.3.4 Karen Jean Nelson - Honor Society 3. 4. Orchestra 2.3. Pop-Club 3.4.-Ushers 3. Annie Get Your Gun 3. Math Club 2. Girls' League 2.3.4 2 S Suzanna Netter, Drill Team 3.4. .FTA 3.4. Thespians 4. MLC 2. Speech 81 Drama 3. Library 2. Senior Assembly' 3. One. Act. Plays 32 ?0p,Club 2.3.4. Girls' League 2.3.4 A Robert Neue--'Boys' Federation 2.3.4 Terrill James Nichols -e Transferred from Kelso 4. Basketball 4. Track 4. 'Letter- men's Club 4. Boys' Federation 4. Honor Society 4 I L Robert Everett Niles -- Audio-Visual 4. Choir 4. Boys'g Federation' 2.3.4 , Rebecca Owen Nixon -- FTA 2.3.4. rnespians 42. JCL 4. Matl1'Club 2. Prom 3. East Lynn 4. Library 2. Office,4. .Pep Club 2.3.4. Girls' League 2.3.4 A Howard Douglas Ocoboclr --f'Sobers. 3: FFA 3.4. Boys' Federation 2.3.4 Tim P. Ohiluncl --- Track- 2.3.4. Boys' Federation,2.3.4 I V , s Steve John Opolsky -- Football 2.3.4. Track 2. Boys' Federation.2.3.4 - Dano Preston Ovens - Track 2.3.4. Basketball 2.. Football 3. Senior Commit- tee 4. Senior Assembly 2.3. IKE Hilarities 4. FTA 4. Boys' Federation 2.3.4 Elizabeth F.'0wens'--Tri-M '-3.4. Band 2.3., maiorette 4. MLC 2.3.4. VFTA: 2.3.4. Annie Get Your Gun 23. Portland Rose Festival 2. 'Ushers 2.4-Pep Club ,2.3.4. HMS, Pinafore 2. IKE Hilarities 4. Senior Assembly 3.lGirls' League 2.3.4 Lynda Leo Paul ,-- Girls' Glee..2. Sopho- more Girls' Trio. Senate 2. Nonette 2. MLC 2. 'Senior Assembly 2.3. Drill Team 3.4. Pram 3: Tolo, 3.4. Tri-M 3.4. Pep Club 2.3. treas. '4. Homecoming 4. Chamber Singers -4. :Choir 3.4. IKE Hilarities 4. Girls' league 2.3.4 Janice Carol Paulson - Pep Club 2. Girls' League 2.3.4 i .. Dan K. Penlsallegon -- Tri-M 2.3.4. IKE Hilarities 4. Band' 2.3, pres. 4.'Senior Assembly 3. Senior Committee 4. Base- ball 2.3. Bays' Federation 2.3.4 Raymond Vernon Pennell -- 'Boys' Fed- eration 2.3.4 V A H ,V A Edaen Louise Perry -- Glee Club 2. Girls' League 2.3.4 F 'F ' - Y Janice Elaine Peterson,-f Debate 3.4. Pep Club 3.4. Ushers 3.4. MLC 4.'GAl.ES 4. Copi8. Gown 3. Girls' League 2.3.4 Margot Ann Pettingill -3- MLC 3.4. Annie Get Your Gun 3. Eastilynn 4. Pep Club 2.3.4. Girls' League 2.3.4. . Laura Gene Phipps - Honor Society 4.. 'Quill 8.2 Scroll 3. vice pres. 4. Reveille 3.4. Cap 81,-.Gown 3. Prorn.3: MLC 2.3.4. U of W Annual Conference 3.4. Mothers' 'Tea"3.-Math Club 2. Pep Club-2.3.4. Midgwinterforrnal E4. Girls' League 2.3.4 Dolores Anne Picard -4 Transferred from California 3. Model UN 4. Homecoming 4. Five-Star Journal 3. editor 4. Pep Club 3.4. Girls' League 3.4i ' J Goyel Anne Pitchford --F Honor Society 3.4. FTA 2.3, pres. 4. GMES 2.3.4. Pep Club 2.3.4. MLC 2.3.4. Annie Get Your Gun" 3. Mid-Winter Formal 4. AFS- 4. M WGirls' League 2.3.4 , A Margaret Marie Poirier -4- Pep Club 2. 3.4. Ushers 3.4. Girls' League 2.3.4, "Can't win 'em all," said coach from across town football rival. Kathleen Kay Pomerenlce -- Girls' League 2,3,4 5 Ronald F. Poor -- Wrestling 21 Baseball 25 MCC 45 Boys' League 2,3, rep. 4 Ashton Preisz - Library 35 FFA 25 Boys' Federation 2,354 Patricia Jean Pmbst - Honor Society 3,45 Quill 8. Scroll 3, Sergeant at Arms 45 Reveille 3,45 FTA 25 INR 45 Model UN 45 U of W Annual Conference 3,45 MLC 2,3,45 Prom 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Office -45 Girls' League 3,4, rep. 2 V Judith Margaret Ramsey - MLC 25 Prom 35 Annie Get Your Gun 35 Office 3,45 Cap 81 Gown 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4 Gail Reber -- MLC 25 MCC 2,4, sec.- treas. 35 Ushers 3, vice pres. 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Cap 81 Gown 35 Girls' League 2,3,4 J Virginia May Reed -- Tri-M 3,45 Prom 35 FTA 2,3,45 Band 2,3,45 Mid-Winter Formal 45 Senior Assembly 35 Portland Rose Festival 25 Girls' League 2,3,4 Diane Marie Reif --- Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4y MCC 3 Susan Elaine Rennie --Honor Society 3.4: Prom 35 MLC 2,3,45 Reveille 3,45 U of W Annual Conference 3,45 Quill 8- Scroll 3, Chaplain 45 Cap 8a Gown 35 Mothers' Tea 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4 J Karen Lea Rice - Girls' Trio 25 Senate 25 USE Secretary 45 MLC 23 Nonette 25 Senior Assembly 25 Drill Team 3,45 Choir 3,45 Prom 35 Tolo.3,4, Tri-M 3,45 Mid- Winter Formal 41 Homecoming 45 Cham- ber Singers 45 IKE Hilarities '45 Pep'Club 2,3,4g Girls' League 2,3,4- , H Charyl Louise Richardson - Office 45 JCL 2,3,45 MLC 33 'Front 35 FTA 2,35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4 - Eugene Louis Roberts -- MLC 2,35 Senate 4 5 Boys" Federation 2,3,4 Mary Wyn Roberts -- Cheerleader 3: Drill Team 45 MLC 2,35 IKE Hilarities 25 Prom Chairman 35 Homecoming' 35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4 Marcia Jo Robinson -V, Drill Team 4, FTA 2,3,45 Speech Bs Drama 35 Senior Assembly 2,35 MLC 2,3,4f Office 35 IKE Hilarities 25 Homecoming, 3,45 Prom 35 Science Club 25 Mid-Winter Formal 3,45 MCC 2,35 Pep Club 2,3,4g Girls' League 2,3,4 c I - 4 , 5 Michael Hans Robertson -- Basketball 25 Lettermens' Club 2,3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,-4 .- 65 -'T Six Seniors Were Nationa Merit Scholarship Finalists Beth Roddick' - Senate '25 Five-Star Journal 45 Science Club '25 Pep Club 2,3, sec. 41 Girls' League ,2,3,4 , larry Donn Roi -5- Math. Club 2,35 ,Chess Club 2,3, pres. 45 Science Club 2,35 Hon- or Society -3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Sandra Jean, Rosenkranz f-- Drill Team.45 Speech 8- Drama 45 FTA 2,3,45 Ushers 35 Senior Assembly 35 Cap'8l Gown '35 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girlsfleague 2,3,4 James Preston Ruse -e Tri-M 3,45 Band 3, DrumiMaior' 45 IKE lflilaritieis 45 JCL 3,43 Senior Assembly ,35 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Randall 'Joseph Russac 'Senior Class Vice Presidentg. Homecoming Prince T45 Track 2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 JCL 3,45 Reveille 35 Quill i8. Scroll 3,45 Senior Committee '45 Lettermenfs -Club 2,3,45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4, A A A Crystal Ann' Russell + Art Guild 45 Ll- brary 45 Pep Club 2,3,45 Girls? League 2,3,4 1 John M. Ryder --- Senate 35 Boys' Federa- tion 2,3,4 H ' J Sheri Leone. Rynd--- Honor Society 45 Plays 3,45 Tbgespians 2,3,45 ,MCC 45 MLC 3,45 JCL 2,3,45 Math Club 25 Science -Club 12,3: Senate 2,35 -Girls' league 2.3.4 s,,,s 5 5 Raymond Herbert Sabinish -- FFA, sen- tinel 45 Boys' Feclerationf2,3,4 - 'L Marilyn Lwiiwnnsvn --r LPQPCCMH 2,3.4: Girls" Lea ue 2,3,4 H 9 . , . .lehniAnclrevi' Samset -4- FTAV35 Five1Star Journal 45 Boys! Federation 2,3,4 Thomas Jean Sanford 'lliewreille editor 45 JCL 23,3315 Quiil 8iViScrollifi3,45 Honor Society 45 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Ron James Sanislow---L AudioPVisualfg3,25 Football '45 Sabersi 25s 86ys'f'FeHeratiol1 2,3,4. , , - , Dacia 'Lisa viantlniix-+2 IKE -Hildrities 4: Annie Qs' ,JYP-9' ,Gun 3:4 EIM4:s4 Pep Club '2,3,4: Girls' League'2,3,4 A Kathleen i1" -Sargent 1--5fTransterred 'trorn Utah L45 ,Choir 45 llSE,lrlilarities 4,5 FTA 4: Pep Club 45 Girls' League"4 I I L Marilyn -Kay"'Schafer -L--'-TrifM 45 is-ma' 2,3,45 FTA .3,4,g, Ushers 2,35,, Library 2,5 Office 45 Prom 35 'Mid-Winter Formal 45 Cap 8s Gown 3j Pbpkcllilt 2,315 Girls" League 253,45 5,1,. Stephen Francis Schneider,-,Debate 45 FFA 45 Boys'l'Fecleration 4' " 'L Kangaroo court captives, Karen Holt, Mrs Ethridge and Patti Kelch, were declared guilty by Judge Terril Nichols. to Crystal Ann Russell John M. Ryder Sheri Leone Rynd Raymond Herbert Sabinish Marilyn Lea Sampson John Andrew Samsel Thomas Jean Sanford Ron James Sanislo Dacia Lisa Santini Kathleen Sargent Marilyn Kay Schafer Stephen Francis Schneider af' +, - -. ,i , ,Q A ,R www ,, iam: Q. l iw,-,.-wi ,W -iyn,,wWi,gi'fwliWV Kathleen Kay Pomerenke Ronald F. Poor Ashton Preisz Patricia Jean Probst Judith Margaret Ramsey Gail Reber Virginia May Reed Diane Marie Reif Susan Elaine Rennie Karen Lea Rice Cheryl louise Richardson Eugene Louis Roberts Mary Wyn Roberts Marcia Jo Robinson Michael Hans Robertson Beth Roddick Larry Donn Roi Sandra Jean Rosenkranz James Preston Ruse Randall Joseph Russac Dorothy Elaine Schoessler Barbara Joan Schumacher Richard Blake Schwartz Peter C. Schulz John Douglas Scott Linda Seitz Ted Semon Lynne M. Shaeffer Sandy Lou Shapiro Don Keith Shaw Glen Shaw Lyle Dennis Sherbhan Mary Christine Shick Jeanne Marie Shockley Robert D. Shreve Shirley Jean Sieber Janice Lea Sinsel Warren Robert Sizer Sharon Ann Skidmore Stephen G. Skipworth 'filitfll' Richard Carl Skordal Howard Wayne Smith Dennis Lee Snider Timothy Lewis Sommervill Barbara Jean Sparks Bonnie Jean Specker Douglas O. Stapleton Thomas Stapleton Ruth T. Steele Loren Stenhoff Audrey Worth Stevenson Brian Roy Stewart 4-11 5, "'f.I"' SE' , 'L in g . 3 I 1 ox 'Q 'mae f Seniors Looked Forward to Graduation Dorothylilalne Schoessler --- Reveille 3, 41 Quill 8g Scroll 3, treas. 45 Model UN 3,45 Science Club 2, INR 3,45'U of W' ' Annual ,Conference ,,4j ,MLC 2,3,4,M, Peg Club 2,3,4y Girls' League 2,3,4 P' ' Barbara-.loan Schumacher f- Pep i,-ii Club 2,3,4p MCC 25 Girls' league 2,3,4 Ricbardiblake Schwartz ---f Senior Class Secretory 4g:Lelterman's Club 2,3 pres. 43 JCL 3,'sec.'4g'Basketball 3,4fTraCk 25 Senior Assemblyl2,3 4 , :ii , ,C ,Peter C. Schulz -- Football 2,3,4p Wres- tling 2,3,4y- Baseball 21- Lettermen's15gCIub 2,3, Sergeant at Arms 47 Boys' Federal ti9n"2.3,4 "-r ' ' ' 4 - 13 John Douglas Scott--- MLC 37 Wrestling 2p'Tracln 2,37 Boys' Federation 2,354 Linda Soltz, - FTA. 2.3,4g,,Pep, Club-2, 3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4p MCC Zyl' MLC 2,3,4f-Debate 31 IKE Hilarities,--23 Mid: Winter Formal 3,4g Homecoming 2, Prdm ., I . 1, ,'-, Tad Sernen,3-- Annie Get ,Your Gun 37 t-IMS' Pinafoire 23 Senate' 2,3',4p'MLC' 3,43 Senior ,Assembly 35 Men's,.Charus:,3,43, Boys' Federation 2,3,4 I I ' A Lynne M. Shaeffer'--,Honor Soiiety 41 Tri-M 3,45 MLC 2,3,4g, Band 3,4g Pep Band 3g4g Portland Rose Parade 23 Math Club 25 Pep Club ,2,3,4, Girls' League 23,4 y ,I V , Sandy l.au,ShapiroM- Pep Club 2,3,4g MLC 25 IKE Hilarities 2,41 'Girls' League 2,34 .gh :fi - , l ual Keith show - sense s,4, me l-lilaritles 4i Madrigal 35 Chamber Singers 4, Choir 3,45 Reveille ,3,45: Men's,Glee 23 Boys' Feaeration'i2,3',4 ' if 7 -T: Glen' Show ,-- .Footboll,2,3,4y ,Basketball 2,3,45 Track 2,3,4g FTA 2,37 Senate 2,3,41-Senior I-Assembly '33 ,Promo 33 Thespions 2,3,4y Lettermen's Club 2,3,4g Boys' Federation 2,3,4 T L Lyla Dennis, Sharbahn - FFA 3,43 boys' Federation '2,3,4 A ' ' I Mary Christinojhick Art Quik-I, sep, 3,43 MLC '21 MCC 35 Pep Club 2,3,-if GALES -2: Prom .35 Ushers 35 Girls' League 2,3,4 ' .leonnei Marlo 1Sl1ockloy -- Bond 23,44 Pep Band ,2,3,4p Pep Club 2,3,4y Tri-M 3,44 Mic ai, mm is, Mau-winner rumen 4:.1lKE,,Hilarities 41 Portland lloseyfes- lival- 27-Cap 81 Gown- 3, Girls' League, 2,3,4 Robert D. Shreve'-FMalh Club 25 Chess- Clubi 2,3,41 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Shirley Jean Sieber' -4-li JCL 3g Girls' ,League 2,3,4 ,. I V1 Janice Lea 'Sinsel -rv Rally 45 Pep Club 2,3,4, IKE Hilarilies 27 Senior Assembly 3: 'Homecoming 3,4 Library 3, Girls' League 2,3,4l Warrenilk. i'Sizer -4 Boys' Federation 2,3,4 ..-- 1 4- - I , Sharon Ann Skidmore - Chamber Sing- ers-4: Choir' 3,43 ETA 2,3,4g MLC 2,3 4,1 Pep Club 2,3,4, Science Club 2g IKE Hilarltiesi-4: Girls' League 2,3,4 1 Y 5tephen.,G.,,Skpworth Art Guild 4, Science Club 2, Boys' Federation 2,3,4- Richard ,Carl Skordal ef- Band 2,3,4g Stage Band 23,451 Pep Band 2,3,4y Tri-M 3,451 Senatef 4,4 Math Club ,:,3,4y Annie Gel' Your Gun 3:KlKE Hilarities 4, ,Portland Rosa' Festival 21X Boys' Federation 2,3,4 Howard, Azil W ayne Smith -7- Bays' Federa- non 52 3,4 ,7 .L Q. , Dennis Lee Snider -1 Baseball 2,33 Boysf Federation 2,3,4 I Tl'imotl1yv'I.ewis Sommerville 'Football 2,3,4g Wrestling, 3,41 Track 2,3,4p Boys' Federation 2i,3,4' 9 I 'E A I Barbaraljeon Sparks: --,HPepl,Club 2,3,45 'Prom 35 'Girls' League 23,4 i'ii A Bannieilean Specker JCL 2.3,4g,,Pep Club 2,3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4, IKE 'Hiloriries1 4g+Annio Gets-fYour Gun 3 Douglas 0. Stapleton --V Boys' Federation .. ,i,2'3,4 -1, ,gf in .- , ,f K, Ilhorpasdjtaploton - Boys' Federation 1,314 I ,L , , I ,L Ruth, T. ,Steele -ff Girlsfleague 2,14 K, Loren Stanhoff - FFA 3,4f Boys' Federa- fgonr.12,3,4 ., ,. I, A, Andrey Worth Stevenson - Football 2,3, 41 Basketball 2,35 Baseball 2,3,4y Honor Societ 341 Tri M 343 Pram 3- HMS , ,Yklw ,. '. .,' K 'i ' Y' Pinaforo"21 IKE Hilaritioslp Commissioner ,of Awards 81 Elections 45 Boys' Federation 23,4 I . , , siuln Roy Stewart -s Band 2,3,-1: Debates 3,45 Stage Band 3.4: Pep Band 3,41 9Model UN 4, 8oys"f'Federation 2,3,4 D -wr Who said the seniors weren't easy to get along with? '?W""I' 'Q CX it '15, rr l r W rrrr W J X U l J , ' 1 ' of 'Nb "n..,, 6 r Senior Assembly Climaxed 1965 Georgia Las Slang -7 MCCA3,45, Ushers: Jamey VQHHI KUQQUQQSOQLV-"jVBQlfld 2,3, :presf Seniors enioyed their final assembly. Dramaliz ing a slumber party, the underclassmen por 2.3, ren Club ir'ia 2.3Z7h'iiTri-M 4: niin Gifls"Gle6 inii 4E'rfi:Mi243l,lflpresg 4'k'P6'rfluhd noserep 'wved an G98 Of 'hw School "fe- 2,3p Chamber? Singer5g,i4g,Girls' l-,, ,il.aqguag, llyall-525l,klongy' Sadegy A451 Math ,Ll11 alClu,b 2.1 2,3,4 ' if I ' "i' SAAA ' 'A A Sahara 45' Bays' -,,' Fedgralian f2,3,Mpre5. 4 A Q A Y, ,N Chgfylg. JQ5: Fktufgif ILI, :Grub l.-,k :2z3'4?Q:' -,i. -Q1 ,--:. a 52, ,:'f r I i Uflirfi 419'flir ai,rnrrrir rrr,rr rrrrri iri ria Sh-Ig rri Mgfh aair Silvia, rr, S JQmOS'.M. Siouionburgfif-A-Sena-le 41 Men'sif' K iV'1' L L zjsmsf lleagbel-fg2'3W:4 i1'- , - - l Cl19'U5f'4?iQB9'1E,'f rrai sdxtviiernr ii f rr, , .rrfarf aoegmrraPasmmlev 44sas5msli:z,aa:14, mcse ' I F ldffv r5'-g"'?!i"'1-511"'Qff'f-Cowl:415 2.3.4frCwf,4fiLeffw1ernffr C1uhr2r.r3.4f HonorslSocgefv5e41f90Y?i' iF?de'q'loW 4 i iil ii inii arakrwiaa lrlzaseliiredivaarfz g r 1ibfa14,'Ag says -'vim 5'4"'i"'.5"99"l'l4,. ffffrH9U"1, 509597 r,ii f wrederarian. 2,3,4.gj- riiz is 4i?Tff-Mi3i41'1lNN1lMlCii92llifilfilelfffief iiii iiiii i 'nskie Jjllrahaul- iiiiii MLM 5.3425 Moaiisur' 2.41 MQflx.Cl9rb Seams rra 32 riirr U55 Qgmv 2,as,-Lcholar -'Q,3Mg anrl mums Pinaforelv-I zf mmio5e"i'M Assembnes 35751 'Fedwagi Thespians .A 2.3,4: Senior iAssamblY 2,33 tion 253,49 'rfi' "ri 745' I '-i' 1 - Arinia'f'GeriYaiir Gian liz Easffllynii' 4fllKEV1 Michaal l'.ii:otIlf1Singrhqr ii,, HMS -Hnaforogw -l 27 Senafa'33AiSeniar Assarnbly 2g Cham-A A V ber Singer?'4i5M6h'a'Ch6?us 22,3542 Baysfi L FeS5"Qfl0'l,-2,314 rr-, L Raymandlifahi Sldbnlir 'Kudia-Visual L L l Club 2,3.4s Promiff ,Midfwixlferi Format Hiliurit5es,4: liaysig Feaeraglon,-2,314 Al'-Vlorres ..g.. Boys' Federation 2,,4 ' Joan -Elainb Tgwriaandf Pep Club -2,3,, 4g Girls' Leagpa 2,14 my . Dianna .l6anfl3QTrei'iarri 'r" TriiMi-'42 i'1' Pep? f.:ii371"'Zai..525il"?'.?S"laa...l+l.leglr rg Sf il il Hofvw-fri, 3141 fm' lgf-9-fe 25?--1' chamber singer, -4: fezrw l5i19iIb l2i3,4f- 1 lln 2 llllr R0f?"farl"""r"Tm"'a'f" Wfsf ill' fFe4"4"""r Dqn Buggy. .r:' :.1 -2L?'4,3-H .-,' . 23,4 'K '.-:,- 1521 ii "i' l r"1 'ff "5 FFA 344rBovf' Fddevdfio-iai213,4 rllli l magnet Lau Tuftsf-1' Honor soigaely 45' J9vnQt1nnqi rrr APS!! Slvmpnakva -hand lllr L31 nlr an a mlm Jrln 2,ag4,eiAnm, Sym +1a.mS+a5l "P C'-'br 2-331 Q9"l?' r'i?P9SY9 34314 i r MLC 35540612-361-Malb.Cliff-' 31 RPN: I-drrvalPdv!f Tdylorff-+-E?H6rxbra11Soriifv inrl 3.4: ilnlan 'lean me ln'inl were-wif lli 2, inl Gm? reggae 233,Al Tri-M .315 rrll M901 ,Slug ,, ar 2f?Q14zgglChQSS Slvh ll: r rlrr Dqrothy Joan llrr Iumaaure Hlonorgsociesyg 2,41 Bondi 23,42 Parllaiiii iilTaxdi7FeslWaf 1-til M It 3'4, jcl 1,3143 'Pepi 2: 30Hi0fi1'lg'A'?P'Wf2lY Q1-USE',ff:lilal3iIieSl, 411' ' Club 52,3233 Sriierffe iGluhi?2,r'2,2iQ,rMa1h Klub' Sehvfe 41 FWS' Fedefqfiviii 25314 rllri A r , r 22- Girls' LearQve.f2,4. fer, Donna Lutlaffhecbafd -"l1l Pei: CIliab!i2g3g 'fil 1 i'-1 K-rfghgfgffgi 'iffgnii 41. AN GYM 4' iQ5'l!fzl?9!9'rSfr,21314 , r rlli i llz, .1,,f l Mdrqv9NeQ54:l,B9Yi1 FQ9lelrq!i0dfg4lf5 rr SYN' l-'Wil' TYIDUUGS 'P8P'ClvB 243445 i Liiidaiillncai-ie Tlirner -4- Ukhbri 45' library IKE Hlluriiiesl,2.43lA!1hiQLif5l99f'vYQvr l', Gong ll- V- llli 4ys19PegS'Club-,132,3p4,gGirls? teaglib 233,41 3' GW were 234 T lrril r Vqierierrlxnn Qlfvfrvllrrlav- rrrr Transfer'-vi5l4:r ll lly llr ll r ,l a i rlllrr r r lrr li Gmsnledrgoe rrl A rrll r r l rf,r Behv Jo rari !hQm'l090n rir1grP9!ila94 5999: r Fdstival Zi Bahd"2,3i Mi.C 21 Pap Club' 2,3,4y-Mid+Winler?1Forinalg34yGirlsig-League, . . 2,3,4 Q V , A i Rick A85 Thaniianf'-ifiBrEfikefBall5'2V3g4i" A 1 lv Ter-ni: r2.3,4zJMterrmgn sz4Crluba 23: msec-f neun 41E"s6l'l:iOl'JcOlfll'lIifiBB'43 1cLi2,ag i vice prex..gf4g,3fMl.Czl3'g34g5f8rom1-3z1gl,gSpeechl'- Assembly 8. Drama L31 Ona Ag! lflayg, 3p Sayniorli i Q 731 Boys' F68erafiohifi'2,3i,4'i Yii ' Clrgarlag H,g,Ulggr ,Ag XQQAIFS 45 Baja' Fedqratibn 2,3,4 Gwynn! Cheryl Ulniesilw--?ElPe1:i1lClub l12s13,4:f l library 4zgGi1:!s' rrrlev9ve,2.3A rrl r i Jalih DQ Vahdihbrlhik Bask6lbal'li2'j3,4 ,Tral:k,52,3,Ap llflonar Sgcialy 43 Sancle. 45, JCL 23,45 MLC 3, INR 45 Baysf Federa- ,idn .Z3242 ,sii Q 5 .vw John I-P-we v-n Slyke -f Bow Feder:--l 'nan 213,41 llaa - - llarraaar a lallr L -' X, W-fe5sQ?f -swarms: L ., . , wi . ': a f . X -fs mwyf f , V, yi., 1, J e ,sales 4,- Jean Elaine Townsend Dianna Jean Trennerry Robert Paul Tressler Marvel Lou Tufts Dorothy Jean Turneaure Craig D. Turner Linda Marie Turner Valerie Lynn Tyrrell we 5 ..,.., H .1 swf: .f :fx V . si. A 5.55 g 15 i'!s?E5'f1.i3s,H:2 f :f-5,- :si-,Q rs, r.., L,-5--,f.1w5.,ff 45-i2'7'?E:f4?fi ,,iV,Sl 'Iii '2sQ.fl:'iifQf'f gym wif T. J ,,.ill is ' lit? -'iii , ,N ,M 'im I ' f ,c 5. ., . Georgia Lee Stone Cheryl Jo Stout James M. Stoutenburg Larry St. Pierre John Patrick Strosahl Michael Scott Strother Raynond Paul Stubner Judy L. Sundquist Don Eugene Swart Jeanenne April Szymanske Larry Paul Taylor Donna Lucia Theobald Sybil Louise Thomas Betty Jo Thomlinson Rick B. Thomson James Vern Thompson Sarah Lynn Thompson Daniel Foster Tilley Rick J. Tobia AI Torres 449' nur Charles H. Uber Gwyne Cheryl Ulness John D. Vandenbrink John LePage Van Slyke Penelope Ann Varco Eleanor Soledad Vinson Judith Ann Voss Pamela Ann Walker Thomas Waits Dennis Gilbert Warren Richard lloyd Washburn Irene Watkins Marsha K. Weigand Sharon Kay Walls Cynthia Ann Wells Sandra Victoria Wells Stephen Morton Werner Karen Weslberg Joan Kay Whalen Jana Brooks Whitman Kathleen R. Whittaker Wallace Wayne Whitaker Kathleen Sue Whittington Justin lawrence Wilks Janalyn Carol Williams Fred J. Wilson Don P. Wood Pam Woodward Raouf Reed Zakhary The Class of '65 struck again with a barrage of senior pranks. Kuren Wostberg7-gttonor Sggiely 3.4: Exrfhohige Sludeiil?'4y Tri-Mljkllgl Orcheilira' 2,3,4g MLC 2,3g Pep CIub'2g3,4g Senaie 2g Girls' League 2,4, trees, 3 Joanlllay Whalen--Pep Club 2,3,4, Pep 50045532 'KE Hi!!iiiEi?iBf 2.2 ffi!?iv.9f0mlH9iE5?'. Girlsnleague Syilfrep. 2,y'568ate Jana Brooks Whitman--MLC i2,3p IKE Hi- larilies 2,45 Senior Assemblyyib Pop Club Riiouf Rood.1akhofY--flNR 4, Boys! Fed- f .'.y 5 ration 3,455 ' 1 e Punolopo Ann Varco--FTA 4, Pap Club 2V,3,4p Ml.CQ4g Girls' league 2,3,4 lilgemor Soledad Vinson i-- Foreign Ex- lshvnav Sf1i3Q!Qn1.4:.H9'?iQfvfv Member ef i'Qziuanefggseag5ie 4, Mtch 45 Pep Club 4, ma 4g MLc.4, Ars 4, oem' league 4 Judith Annleyoss-Pep .Club 2,3,43 Mid- 2-3'42 Ubfvfv. 4z.G'f"' M9998 253.4 ...K fs osiwniero FQfm9!f31 G'r'ifQ il.L wssw2.3.4 Kethlw' R4 i ' '.'e oClvb?f?2.3.4r IKE Hilarilies'52l4il Girls'-Agfge .CN5 -iyl ,y., .'t' Guild i.ir i242f3l'Choir ll2ffGirls'A Gleo Club Choir 33 Chamber Singe'rs,j41 Annie .Got 'GlflS"lQi?QU9 23.47 ' ' ii Your Gun 3: Prom 3, Mldjwinter Formal Ihomas, Waigs. -- 8oys'QFed6rullonf 2.3,-4 42 M143 31 FTA 3if26C'lYllY1 .fl' Qfilivl 7 .G1ll3Qfli..W'ffQ?19i9??50Y". 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A5019 e.i3z4rr.Mv4Qi5fL!!N 3141 IfF'G"e3f 'NRM JCI Got "si Your Gunfbiif NonetiE5?il?3si2i'Girls'.5.6936 i'il 2:3541 Mulli.5i.K3l.Ub 2, sec. 23: Bvysfffoderu- clubff, cms' Lgqgueinzgaikni' C P Y align 2.a,4 yliei 2 4 6? 1 ElSENHOWER'S LARGEST CLASS ALL PICTURED EXCEPT Mary Forde Tony Saucedo Senior class officers were Dick Schwartz, treasurer, Jim Kennedy, president, Randy Russac, vice presi- dent, and Marilyn Beam, secretary. .Q SENICR SCHOLARSHIPS Terry Antles - Athletic Scholarship, Washington State University Susan Bayerd - Honors Program, Washington State University Michael Bernazzani - Lila Miller Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Michael Bohoskey - U.S. Naval Academy, Con- gressional Appointment LaDonna Cook - George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Donald Cowdrey - University Memorial Scholar- ship, University of Washington Carol Crabtree - Yakima Education Association Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Steve Dale - Athletic Scholarship, University of Southern California George Edmondson - Athletic Scholarship, Univer- sity of Oregon Laural Ann England - Honors at Entrance, Whit- man College Judy Floren - Rotary Club Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Curran Howard - Academic Scholarship, Linfield College Linda Johnson -- Academic Scholarship, North Park College Terry Johnson - Academic Scholarship, Colorado Women's College Steve Kraft - Women's Auxiliary Postal Clerks Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Nancy Jo Kraus -- Lila Miller Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Linda Lane - Honors Program 8K Honors at Entrance, University of Washington Kathleen Ledbetter - Honors at Entrance, Univer- sity of Puget Sound Alice McClain - Academic Scholarship, Pepperdine College Linda McMullen - Ralph Sundquist Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Karen McPhie - Achievement in Languages, Brig- ham Young University Robert McSay - Academic Scholarship, North- Western University Barbara Malm - George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Michael Marquardt - Edward and Theresa Mc- Mahon Scholarship, University of Washington Judy Millard - George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Mark Miller - Athletic Scholarship, University of Washington Sherry Montgomery - George Washington Founda- tion Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Cheryl Nelson - George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Terrill Nicholls -- Athletic Scholarship, Seattle Pacific University Dan Penhallegon -- R.R. Glenn Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Janice Peterson - George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Gayel Pitchford - Associated Student Body Schol- arship, Eastern Washington State College Patricia Probst -- Academic Scholarship, Colorado Women's College Sandra Rosenkranz - George Washington Founda- tion Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Larry Roi - Academic Scholarship, Harvey Mudd College Marilyn Schafer - George Washington Founda- tion Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Lynne Shaeffer - Yakima Diamond Jubilee Schol- arship, Yakima Valley College Don Shaw - George Washington Foundation Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Glen Shaw -- Athletic Scholarship, Washington State University Jan Sinsel - Yakima Woman's Club Freshman Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Kathleen Sargent - Music Scholarship, College of Southern Utah Ruth Steele - Shaw and Sons Nursing Scholar- ship, Yakima Valley College Larry Taylor - Honors Program, Washington State University Betty Thomlinson -- A.W. Main Scholarship, Yakima Valley College James Thompson - Academic Scholarship, Univer- sity of Washington Rick Tobia -- Academic 81 Vocal Music Scholarship, Washington State University John Van Slyke - Sears Roebuck Scholarship, Yakima Valley College Steven Werner - Honors Program and Alcoa Foundation Scholarship, University of Washington Wallace Whittaker - Academic Scholarship, Stan- ford University Karen Westberg - Honors at Entrance, University of Washington Raouf Zakhary -- Academic Scholarship, Big Bend Community College fl ,il SALUTATORIAN Gary Heimbigner Thomas Mathieu. . Karen Westburg. . Stephen Werner. . Gary Heimbigner. Robert McSay .... Linda Lane ...... Patricia Probst. . . Wallace Whitaker... . .. Susan Bayerd .... Wanda McCargar. Laurie England. . . Kathleen Ledbetter. . . . . . Linda McMullen . . Larry Roi ....... linda Johnson. . . Larry St. Pierre. . . Susan Rennie .... John Vandenbrink Don Cowdrey .... Steve Stevenson . . VALEDICTORIAN AND SALUTATCRIANS 1 VALEDICTORIAN Tom Mathieu SALUTATORIAN Steve Werner SALUTATORIAN Karen Westburg TOP TEN PERCENT 3.963 3.929 3.926 3.920 3.900 3.833 3.808 3.808 3.793 3.786 3.778 3.760 3.760 3.760 3.741 3.731 3.720 3.704 3.679 3.654 Dorothy Turneaure. . . Barbara Malm. . . Lynne Shaeffer. . . Gayle Pitclhford . . Nancy, Bolm ..... Linda Brack .... Sheri Rynd ..... Larry Taylor .... Kathy Lyon . .... Joy McClure .... Alice McClain. . . Karen McPhie .... Caroline Crum. . . Karen Nelson .... Pat Strosahl ..... Marvel lou Tufts. Kathleen Sargent. Jim Thompson . . . Margaret McVey. laura Phipps .... 3.643 3.640 3.630 3.607 3.600 3.600 3.593 3.586 3.577 3.563 3.538 3.538 3.536 3.520 3.517 3.500 3.483 3.444 3.440 3.440 HN. Hu - ,s fn-, . L. . V. JN at fy. I I sfsg ,? mf vw- .. 1 6 ,f 1 ""l'.-'32 A ' .1 ,gh Q, E x Yr 1 Inq Gu. Nr 5119? 5 , 3 A Z? 11 ll 3' N ' rx X - r Q I , iii " 'Qi' 5 I ' L 4 wi A W Wi" My Rf pi, I' . .w 4 My ' .f",'g.a' "' A YL BL H4154 5, - A Mfr. 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"So many worlds, So much to do, So little doneg Such things to be." Dr. Paul Howard addressed the seniors at Baccalaureate. Dan Larson represented the class of 1965 as senior speaker. Mr. R. V. Hansberger spoke on "The Challenge of Change," at the commencement ceremony. Cx Senior boys Don Shaw, Paul Berryessa, Randy Russac, and Jim Huff consulted the proof book before ordering pictures for the sports section. REVEILLE 1965 As Eisenhower has increased in size, so has the responsibility of producing the REVEILLE. During the 1964-1965 school year nineteen staff members worked dili- gently to record in words and pictures the story of CADETS IN MOTION. Routine activities were many and var- ied. They included assembling lists of names for the student directory, arranging and supervising picture-taking days, de- signing layouts, writing copy, and finally distributing our books to U.S.E. ticket hold- ers and faculty members. A highlight of the year was the trip to Seattle in late October for the Univer- sity of Washington's annual Journalism Conference. The return trip was climaxed by dinner at the Continental Restaurant on the summit of Snoqualmie Pass. During April the staff hosted a yearbook work- shop for delegates from valley schools sponsored by Jim Powell, our American Yearbook Company representative. Sever- al days after the close of school the staff met for a picnic supper to welcome next year's new members and to celebrate the completion of Eisenhower's 1965 REVEIL- LE. ln the late summer the staff gathered to preview the book at the home of Mrs. Florence Lippert, our adviser. Staff cameraman, Som Churchill, was pic- tured wifh some of his gear. L 522119351715 'F wt'-1 maui? wr ,assi X, 146 er Q From left to right Alison Hull, Mary Stevenson, Nancy Miller, Iris Neal, and Janet Zimmer- man proofed one of the class sections before a deadline. Bill Longmack, Som Churchill, and Ellis Hyndman assembled the camera equipment for a picture-taking day. THE STAFF'S LAST WORDS The year is spent, Our task is through. These are the things We've clone for you .... Planning, arranging, arguin writing, typing, checking, spelling, sizing, changing, Q, erasing, measuring, marking, clipping, cropping, phoning moaning, naming, shouting, ioking, counting, correcting, lettering, laughing, quietly escaping, driving, sighing, and FINALLY MAILING!!! I Annual staff delegates enioyed a beautiful fall day on the campus of the University of Washington while attending the state-wide Journalism Con- ference. Tom Sanford, editor, checked the staff's assignment chart. Senior girls' caught in an in- formal pose were from left to right Pat Probst, Linda John- son, Cindy Wells, Dorothy Schoessler, Laura Phipps and Sue Rennie. 147 The staff gathered in the stadium prior to the taking of the football team pictures. Mrs. Lippert, our adviser, and Ken Whitmire, our photog- rapiher from Forest and Whitmire, discussed plans with the staff. 5 3 A Yearbook ls an Idea . . . A Plan It is a publication by and for the students. It is a glimpse into school life for the community, a record of student life to be enioyed for years to come, and the capturing of a moment. For the staff it is an experience, a chance to be creative, a challenge and a responsibility to fellow staff members and to the students for whom the book is built. We of the staff have worked to give mean- ing to your yearbook, experimenting with color, layout, cover, size, and pic- tures. We hope it will meet with your approval. As editor I have learned, often by mistakes, the value of organization, the need for stronger leadership, the necessity for teamwork, the importance of decisions, the respect for others' opinions, and the value of self expression. The staff presents to you, the reader, this yearbook. It has been growing for seven years, but it is not offered as an end product, the culmination of these years, or a conclusion. lt is a step and an idea that must be preceded by the books of former years and will, in turn, be built upon in future years with new ideas and by new staffs. ln this spirit we of the staff present to you the 1965 REVEILLE. Tom Sanford Editor-in-Chief I48 A X SQ. .N , 3, --:t x 1-nf .. X. A! .E f 5 s 1" ..- . 73 4? 1?- i ts? . . . . A Reality In Appreciation Mrs. Florence Lippert, yearbook advisor Forrest 8. Whitmire Photography Stu- dios, Ken Whitmire representative and professional photographer American Yearbook Publishing Com- pany and the services of Jim Powell, representative The Spokane Chronicle The Five Star Journal ' ,f i ! i , I , B wi V fr x i WE . , a 1 v -" R1 H-xy-Wm, 0 F-W3 :Qs f In mi u ,-u .. Q ,y Z . Qu.. ,fiv l rs, i sv'2,. 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