Eugene High School - Eugenean Yearbook (Eugene, OR)

 - Class of 1957

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STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY .cw . 4 1 1 vt, U mx 'Human ummm ann" vu i"' kdm' ,Y -,yi Q 5" U . if U fw :Q '5 ""l11S':xEa'x'- A ' K 'itlh' Al vg.,u,-,',3 In x 4.-an w K,,.,g'w p 4 my nQ:r'w,e,'n 4, ' 'f' f15-WSW,-.514 .re-hifi ,, , ,U -, J . ,gjfii-35. .fji 411553 L. ,gf gb L Dean Mickelwoit Perhaps the most difficult job in a high school of eighty-five teachers and nearly two thousand students is that of its presiding officers, the prin- cipal. Our principal, Mr. Mickelwait, seems to find time to perform all of the necessary operations that make Eugene High run smoothly, plus extra ones that make it better than most high schools. His main job is super- vising the entire school program. He advises all policy-making groups, coordinates all the school's activities, and presides over the administrative council. Mr. Mickelwait must attend all types of meetings, conferences, and conventions to find out the new- est ideas and methods of directing a high school. Even with all these re- sponsibilities, Mr. Mickelwait seems to find time to help the students in his friendly and sincere manner. To successfully achieve our goals, we must have an understanding and cooperative administration to guide us. We are extremely fortunate to be able to have as the head of our ad- ministration, a man who will guide us competently through our high school years. This is our principal, Mr. Mickelwait. Mr. Mickelwait received his Master of Arts degree from the University of Washington. Nina Kitts One important and very necessary member of our administration is our dean of girls, Miss Kitts. Being a dean requires much time and hard work, it also takes an enthusiastic and under- standing person to Work with the girls. Miss Kitts easily fits all of these quali- fications. Miss Kitts keeps busy all of the time, either Working directly with the girls or on records. When counseling the girls, she helps mainly senior girls, but our dean is also always willing to give her time and energy to the juniors and sophomores. For the Seniors, Miss Kitts handles the scholarship and pre-college counseling programs I Besides counseling girls, MiSS Kitts is in charge of the school calendar and the scheduling of all social events here at school. Our conscientious d e a n de- serves much praise. Miss Kitts received her Masters degree in educa- tion from the University of Oregon. I2 Ray Hendrickson As vice principal of Eugene High, Mr. Hendrickson works with both stu- dents and teachers. Attendance prob- lems and statistics are handled by Mr. Hendrickson, as are the major phases of student-faculty relations. Our vice principal is greatly con- cerned with activities, too. Upon the completion of the new high school in Eugene, Mr. Hendrick- son will take over the responsibilities of principal. Becoming principal of the high school is a deserved ad- vancement tor one with his capabili- ties. Most students and faculty mem- bers agree that with the guidance of such a man as our Mr. Hendrickson, the new school cannot be anything other than a success. To our earnest and likeable vice principal we wish the best of luck! Mr. Hendrickson received his Mas- ter of Science degree from the Univer- sity ot Oregon. Paul Potter It is easy to see that our dean c qoys, Mr. Potter, enjoys his work wit the boys of our school. He is interestei in all of our students, which can b seen by the immense amount of sup port he has given the student body. One of our dean's jobs is directin the student personnel program. -A dean of boys, Mr. Potter spends th largest part of his time counseling th senior boys. However, junior and soplf omore boys are also always welcom in his of'ice. Our dean is in charge c the testing and guidanc programs and all schoc records. Mr. Potter ha done a fine job as our dea of boys this year, as he ho in the past, and he cel tainly deserves our sincer thanks. Mr. Potter received hi Masters degree in educc tion from the University c Oregon. I3 Abby Adams French and Latin University oi Washington-M.A. Harold Allison Debate and Social Problems University of Oregon-M.A. Florence Althen Typing Dakota Wesleyan University--B.A. Loyd Amick Physical Education and Health University of Oregon-M.S. Sevilla Berreman English Washington State College-MA. Agnes Best Physical Education and Health State University of Iowa-M.A. Carl Blood Mechanical Drawing Oregon State College-M.Ed. Weston Brockway Vocal Music University of Connecticut-M.Ed. Emory Bruns Mathematics University of Idaho-lw..S. K Ronald Burge Typing and Bookkeeping University of Oregon-B.S. Michael Callahan English and Social Living University of Oregon--M.A. Madge Chilcote Library University of Washington-B.l..S. Katharine Condor Spanish Montana State University-B.A. Lawrence Daggett Latin and French Harvard University-M.A. William Dedman English University of Oregon-M,Ed. I4 The friendly faculty puts in many long hours ot ,mv ff? J ina fit Q? f ft ' t it tm work, both at school and after hours. These Iames Delury Typing University of Oregon-B.S. Rae Dodge English University of California--B.A. Nina Edwards Physical Education and Health University of Oregon-B.S. Robert Fearrien Social Living University of Michigan-M.A. Iames Freeman Social Living Willamette University-BJ-X. Allred Funk English and Social Living University of Oregon4M,S. Iuliette Gibson English University of Oregon--B.S. Edna Glines Physical Education and Health University of Oregon-M.S. Lee Goode Speech University of Oregon-B.S. Edgar Goodnough United States History University of Oregon-M.A. Iohn Hale Chemistry University of Colorado-M.A. Wendell Hall Mathematics University oi Oregon-M.Ed. l , 1 Merle Hayes English . Russell Willamette University-M.Ed. Zilda Hayes Typing and Stenography University of Oregon-M.S. Hendricks United States History University of Oregon-M.A. Laurel Hielte Library University of Denver-B.I..S. Charles Hucka Mathematics University oi Oregon-B.S. Ambrose Huff Social Living Teachers College, Columbia U.-M.A. Thomas Kepner United States History University of Oregon-M.A. Vemon Kerley Mathematics Oregon State College-M.S. Kenneth Kienzle Mathematics University of Oregon-M.Ed. Silvy Kraus English University of Minnesota-Ph.D. Henry Kuchera Physical Education and Health University of Oregon-M.S. Karen Lansdowne English University of Oregon-B.A. Raymond Levra Art University of Oregon-MA. Lillian Lynch Nurse University of Minnesota-B.S. Ola McDermott Mathematics University of Oregon-B.A. Farrell Madsen Music University ot Oregon-D.Ed Cloyd Makinson Vocational Agriculture Oregon State College-B.S. Mary Mallery Bookkeeping and Office Machines Boston University-M.B.A. I6 conscientious persons not only instruct us in our it s f,.i we ,ss :tt .,.g,.W:f ,Vtsw .... .Hr Miiliu 1 V- , 1' If" ' ,. 5 . mf 'f7R5i'w , 912-' Zrr .1 V l i , i V V , , ,V we ,H 4, ' r it , , mxklikegcwfeiixfffie , 4 f gs. 5. .. 5"-- an 2 ziiQeugi?5lii5s3EEgw3my 2 i , B-as age I - V -1- iz, f , ff ' , 5,0 .N , sk V.fV.4, ,uw I I gist .--f ' :-iris. ' ,iyzyf 5- ff. , 2 V N ' All Vim.. ,, 3. t 3 Q ltr I 1 X if Y .is v 3 V ' g f 2 4:1 5 . 2 J s ffzmyf q ' , ,A 7 4 1 S classes, but they also willingly help and counsel Miss Gibson is honored after thirty years of teaching. Roy Mallery Art University of Oregon-M.S. Renee Masson English cmd lunior Counselor University at Oregon-M.Ed. Duane Mellem Physical Education and Health University ot Oregon-M.A. Odine Mickelson Industrial Arts University of Oregon-B.A. Grace Miller Social Problems University of Oregon-M.A. Donald Moore Industrial Arts Colorado State College of Ed.-BA 17, Maxine Moorehead Typing Southeastern State College-B.S Rita Norris Home Economics Oregon State College-M.S. Charles Oyama Reading and Testing University of Oregon-M.A. George Petersen Typing and Bookkeeping University of Oregon-M.Ed. Martha Petersen English University oi Oregon--M.S. Mike Popovich Physical Education and Health University of Oregon--B.S. us, and they guide our footsteps so that we may ' 2. Ti ll "We1l, here's what I heard . . Mr. Micxelwait cddisses our 1 banquet. Ice the future 'lllw Edward Ragozzino Speech and Dranni University of Oregon-M.S. Patricia Rampton Social Living and World History University ot Oregon-B.A. Robertson Physical Education and Health University of Oregon-MS. Lenard Nora Robertson Biology Columbia University-M.A. Roy Rutter Driver Education and Training University of Oregon-M.Ed. David Sherman Stagecraft and Audio-Visual University of Oregon-B.S. as mature and capable individuals. Lyle Small Social Problems University of Oregon-M.A. Earl Smith Crafts Colorado State College of Ed.-M.A. Lois Sparkman Shorthand University of Oregon-M.Ed. Phyllis Talus Bioloav University of Oregon-MA. ,si it Dirk ren Brinke M W Z Science 2 - University of Minnesota-M.A. V Glen Trusty Social Problems University of Oregon-M.Ed. Alf Try World History University of Oslo tNorwayl-M.A. William Tweedie Orchestra University of Oregon-M.A. Cecil Warner Social Problems and Iunior Counselor University of Oregon-M.Ed. Gerald Webking Social Living Macalester College-M.Ed. Virginia West English University of Oregon-B.A. Clifton White Physical Education and Health University oi Oregon-D.Ed. Iames Wickham Social Living University of Oregon-B.S. Nan Wilcox Physical Education and Health University of Oregon-M.S. Charles Williams Biology University of Oregon-B.S. Mildred Williams World History University of Oregon-D.Ed, Betty Wormington Home Economics Oregon State College-B.S. Office Staff The four members of our oi- fice staff are kept busy all day long, working on attendance and the qeneral business oi run- ninq our school smoothly. The personnel and attendance of- fices work directly with the stud- ents and their problems, while the business office is concerned with that part of the school's or- qanization. 20 l i 2 E 5 2 Our faculty deserves our praise and appreciatior KW 2 5 Cafeteria Staff Our smoothly-run cafeteria staff daily produces a great variety of foods from which we may choose our lunches. The staff must not only cook and bake every day, but it also plans the meals, which certain- ly requires good organization and much time. Because of this we are able to receive the de- licious, yet inexpensive school lunches. Library Staff Selecting new books and magazines, checking books in and out, answering many ques- tions, straightening shelves, and keeping track of our school's vast library are just a few of the many iobs of our able librari- ans. Their work does not begin at 8:00 and end at 3:00, but lasts from sunrise until several hours after classes are dismissed. Our helpful and capable librarians are one of the most important groups in the organization of our school. .' I 1 ijt 1 A L fl Mae Taylor, Lillian Kirkpatrick, Bernice Kallas, Edna lohnson, Dorothy lones, Selma Vangsnes, Emma Holseybrook, Wanda Davies, Ruth Petersen, Myrel Rose, Arlene Hughes. Row I: Charles Inman, Paul Edwards, EffiefMsmse11, Elwood Vtolaite v-. .1 xr. Y,,, , 'n-i--,.-... 'C',.'-'I Dnntir-lfanr Custodian Staff Behind the scenes are our effi- cient and hard-working custodi- ans and matron. These people daily do the "housework" for the entire school by sweeping, washing windows, and just gen- erally "picking up" after the students and teachers. Theirs is a job well done, and one that is extremely important in the op- eration of our school. 21 I X ' s ! S SENIOHS . . . that class ot students which is traditionally Mighty . . . their big year is spent lording it over the sophomores . . . big wheels in Eugene High life . . . quietly assuming their air of dignity and sophistication, creating an atmosphere wherever they are present Preparations for graduation activities herald the end oi their high school days . a faint mist, on the verge of tears, comes to the eyes of some of the sentimental lmostly femalel Indifference on the part of a few . . . with graduation itself, and the last singing of the Alma Mater. most of the members of the Class of '57 feel a mingled sadness at leaving and a wonder at what the future holds . . . Always will they remain true to their Alma Mater "Spring-like her memory lingers Though the years lead us apart . . . DAVID ASHBY ROBERTA CLARK MARY ANN ASHLEY RICH BALDINGER CRAIG BUSI-IMAN National Honor Society PHYLLIS CULBERTSON CAROL ESKOLA CAROLYN FARQ' PATRICIA CLEVELAND SCHOLARSHIP ,J TERRY FOSKETT 24 IOHN GOULD IUDITH HENDERSHOTT IUDITH IEFFER CHARLES LAIRD CAROLYN LAKE IUDITH MARTIN GORDON MILLS NELS NIEMI MARION IOHNSON ANNE MOURSUND KEITH NEWSOM President LEADERSHIP CHARACTER SERVICE DEANNE nAsMUssEN KAREN scmu-:mi-:R Mm' wn.soN NVE WINN IUDITH WOOD KENT YOCKEY Senior Class President When the class of 1957 graduates, each member will recall many memo- ries of his three years here at Eugene High. As sophomores, our most out- standing contribution to the school was the presentation of our class assembly, "Bon Voyage." Although it was "typi- cally sophomore," it was a good pre- view of the dramatic and musical talent that has since developed. Our junior year became much busier than the previous one. The junior boys' red hat section sparked school spirit during football and their enthusiasm was carried over into the basketball season. The first annual Teens Against Polio drive went down in history as one of Eugene High's most outstanding campaigns, and the princess of our class became Queen of Hearts. At last We achieved our long-awaited goalg we were seniors! Our football season was one of the most successful in many years. This year, instead of having football stars, we had a team . . . a group of boys who Worked to- gether with teamwork, not glory, as their goal. lust before Christmas, the senior class presented its dance, "Fan- tasy in Frost," for the entire student body. This year's senior class also led the school in a new plan for promoting school spirit. The Pep Club enlarged itself to include all senior girls who wanted to belongg at the same time, the peppy and enthusiastic senior boys promoted the white shirt section for the boys of the school. Early in Ianu- ary, the Teens Against Polio drive was held with the class ot l957 Winning the drive by collecting more than the jun- ior and sophomore classes put together. The Queen of Hearts was again from our mighty class. Our last year is over. We have spent three years at Eugene High which will be remembered forever. This is our motto, what We believe.. . . "The higher we rise, the broader our vieW." Our flower, the lilac, and our colors, laven- der and purple, reveal our patriotic feelings. As we leave behind our high school years and go to meet our future, we will carry with us memories of you, Eugene High School. PA'rrY mans CHARLES LAIRD Donon-IY CADDY Senior Class Secretary Senior Class Vice-President Senior CICISS TISGSI-lfer 'ALLY ACKERMAN Hi-Y 2 5 SHERI ANDERSON Senior Class Rep. 3 Pep Club 3 Latin Club l, 2 DAVID ASHBY Mathematics Club 3 Science Club 3 RICHARD BAKER Science Club 2 I".B.L.A. 3 l KENT ADRIAN LARRY ANTHONY MARY ANN ASHLEY Honor Society Vice'Pres. 3 Iunior Class Treasurer 2 Band Secretary 3 RICH BALDINGER Radio Club l Band 2 Math Club 3 KAY ALDERMAN l-Iatchets l Sophomore Choir 1 F.B.L.A. 3 NANCY ARRIS Paletteers. Treas. 2. Sec. 3 Girls' League Rep. I Hatchets 1 Mm GARY ASHWORTH Sophomore Class Rep. l l.V. Baseball 1 Sophomore Basketball 1 LEONARD BALL Science Club 3 Physics Club. Vice Pres 2 Axemen's Council Rep. 3 GLENDA ALLISON Girls' League Rep. 2 Hatchets l Ambassadors i K' IUDITH ANDERSON Service Culb 2.3 Hatchets I l.R.l... l 133 GARY ARNE Band 2. 3 MONTE AUSLAND Football 1-3 Band 1-3 Service Club 2. 3. PAUL BARBER Rally Squad 3 Axemarfs Council Rep. 2 I".B.l..A. Vlre-Pres. 3 MARLENE ARTHUR Student Council Rep. 3 Publicity Committee 3 Pep Club 3 CAROL BAKER F.H.A. 3 Science Club 2 Girls' Rifle Club 1 K DICK BARBER A Cappella 3 Iunior Assembly Cornnr.,2 Slri Club l 27 dll' IOAN EAHBERH 'Z SUSAN BARLOW GLENDA BARNES MARK BASS A113231-EKSSBAUER Girls' edque 0 me Sf d 'C '1 R . 3 Palelleers 2. 3 - - - Purple PGPGYS Z- 3' Skt! 53,13 slizilureig Halcheis l hack wallon League 2 Girls' Glee Club 3 A Cappella 2, 3 Girls. League Rep. 2 Olfice Helper 3 CATHERINE BEATTIE VERA BECHTOL IOAN BAUERLY SANDRA BAYES CLYDE BEAT Pcrletleers 3 Y-Teens 1, Vice- Pres. 3 A Cappella 2, 3 Magic Minors 2, 3 Y,-1-een, 3 PGP Club 3 PSP Club 3 Purple Pipers 2.3 Pep Club 3 Purple Masque 1 Girls' League Rep. 3 Palelteers 3 Halchets 1 Rock Hounds 2 ,,. ,A-"""'f fx' STEVEN BECK STEPHANIE BEC! Rifle Club 2, 3 l.R.I.. Vice-Pres. 2 Asembly Committee l Iunlor Clan Council LINGERING IN THE HALLS AFTER SCHOOL SEEMS TO BE A FAVORITE PASTIME BRENDA BENGSTON DAVID BERG Y-Teens Nurses Aid 1.2 1-'oogball 1,3 Ax"m' 2 Sludenl Council R L' 'I' l 'I l..-x-- hr--- H-..- PATRICIA BERG LOIS BETHRAD Pep Club 2.3 Transfer. Everett. Wash. Student Council Rep. 1.3 Girls' Choir 3 Print and Cord Princess 2 IUDITH BOLLES NANCY BOLLS Previewers 2. Pres. 3 Euqenean 2. 3 Deb,-ne 2,3 Baccalaureate Usher 2 I,C,C, 2 PUIGMBGYS 3 MARII.YN BRINK IOYC E BROCK Modern Music Masters 2,3 E.H.S. News Stat! 3 Pep Club 3 Pep Club 3 Debate Squad 2.3 Ski Club 2.3 iv- kar- BROWN LEOTA BROWN Band Maiorette 2.3 Pop Club 3 F.B.L.A. 3 Service Club 3 Hatchet: l Y-Teens l BARBARA BIELER Paletteers 2.3 Teacher's Helper 3 Girls' League Usher 3 PEARL BRANDT F.B.L.A. 3 Orchestra l BARBARA BROUHARD Ax-ents 2. President 3 Pep Club 3 Hatchets l Drama l-3 Drama Board 2 Baccalaurote Usher 2 : 1...-f . . ,.x sgswa Q if I 'es s 4- .1 X .., is . .. . -.EQ ,L - s - , ,Q GEORGE BLAIN BARBARA BLINKHORJ A Cappella 2.3 Sophomore Choir I G' BARBARA BRANSFORD NORMAN BRENNER E.H.S. News Feature Editor 3 Chess Club 3 Girls' League Cabinet 3 Spanish Club 1. 2 Pep Club 3 1-ne GLENDA BROWN DOUGLAS BROWN French Club 2, Treasurer 3 Girls' League Cabinet 2 Modem Music Masters 3 . . ' . jgtyks' kt 5 A 3, 'W A ROY? BRUMLEY Girls Choir I-3 F.B.L.A. 3 Maqlc Minors 2 TOHN BRYANT DEANNA BRYANT LOY BULEY GEORGE BUNNING DELORA BUOY S'uden'CmC11 RSP' 3 Pen Club 3 raanban Manager 2,3 Football 1.2 Band 1-3 F-T-A- 213 . F.B.L.A. 3 "E" Club 2,3 Bgggbqll 1,2 Modem Music Masters 2.1 Football Vumw 3 Maaxa Mmm Sec.-Treas. 2 Lv. Track 1 ski Club 2.3 Ax-ents 1,2 t l be l DALE Bunss CAROLE BUHG1-:ss KAREN BURKETT GARY BUnNr:1"r MYRA BUSH naalaay Club 1.2 Pres. s Pep crab 2,l3 same. crab 2,3 1.n.1.. a Pdlefiem 2-3 Rifle Club 2. Sec. 3 A Cappella 3 Girls' League Hep. 2 Slrl Club 2.3 lunlof 5YmPh0nY 2 Chemistry Club 3 Girls' League Cabinet 3 Y-Teens l 5511901 PIU? 2 CRAIG BUSHIMAN ELIZABETH BYLUND DOROTHY CADDY IAN CALAVAN CHARLES CAMERON Three SPONI Letterman Pep Club 2.3 Senior Clan Treal. 3 Theepianl 2 Student Council ROP- 2 Football, Co-Chairman 3 A Cappella 2.3 Pep Club 2,3 Drama Club 2 Truck l "E" Club Pl-ggidem 3 Gil-lg' Lgqqug Cqblngl 3 Commencement Leader 2 Girls' League Rep. 1 HUHUB9 f-'md Fllhinq Club l UWB CAMPBELL JOHN CARPENTER ILLEN 1-: CARSON nonmrr CARTER MURIEL cAss Iunlor Clan Council 2 scbnc, club 1.3 Service Club 2,3 Wrestling Teo rt -.3 'nl0lPlCll- Hlll0l'lCm 2- PTO! Pep Club 3 Glrll' League Rep. 1 Ski Club 3 Mod. Music Masters 2. Trea Ski Club l-3 Club 3 Purple Piper! 3 30 fir T76 CLERESE CHALMERS NANCY CHAPIN Social Committee 3 AWGN! 2- Sec. 3 Pep Club 3 Girls' League Rep. 2 Hatchets 1 F-H-R 1 ,,.,gh AG., 171 xi 'Ft Q R e jf Cx II-ig: CIEILEISERING WAYMON CHIN A FAMILIAR SENIOR COUPLE TO ALL IS IOHN AND CHARLENE. SSI 'WW 'ON-0. Whis IGARET CHRISTENSEN DIQNE CHRIST-ENSON PATRICIA CHRISTENSON DALE CHURCH ROBERTA CLARK :homers Choir I lE'H's6lNg'g' Coidiio' 3 iootbcu H R I 2 2gf1?hLfL'ful'2hp 3 XBEQBB OUDC 8 . 1 . ' 'my Council 2 1515, Z3 Slrl Club 1.3 P Spanish Honor Soc., Pros. 3 fm- if .MN I M if X Wlni' ing' Y 'RICIA CLEVELAND EDITH CLINGENSPEEL CLAUD CLUSTER WALTER COBURN WILLIAM C rplo Plpon 2.3 POP C1115 3 Wrestling 2,3 Sfudont Council lop. 2.3 LES. lun 3 MDOUC 2.3 FILA. 3 Lv. Football 2 PCIOUOOII 2 'in' Loaquo Cards Chair. 3 SCIOIICO Club l Chnl Club 3 Student Council lop. I 3' DAVID COE BONNIE COEN MARIORY COFFEY "E" Club Vice-Pres. 3 Magic Mirrors 2 Purple Pipers 3 Basketball l,2 VarSilY 3 Hdlfrheis 1 Girls' League Rep. 3 A Cappella 2.3 GARY COUNTRYMAN GARY CRAWFORD IOHN CROCKER Student Council Rep. 2.3 Paletteers l Ski Club l-3 Drama 2,3 Football I Thespians 2.3 fb IUDY CUMNHNS CAROL CYKLER DORLAN DAVENPORT Y-Teens 3 A Cappella 2.3 Football 2.3 Senior Band 3 Ax-ents 1,2 "E" Club 2.3 Transfer. Siullaw High School Orchestra 2 'Sv ' ,, SANDRA DAVIS SUSAN DAWE DONNA DAY Orchestra 1-3 Senior Class Council 3 Y-Teens l Modem Music Masters 2.3 Girls' League Rep. 1 F,I-LA, 2 LYNN COONS Axemen's Council Vice-Pres 3 Co-Captain Baseball 3 Boys' State Rep. 2 PHYLLIS CULBERTSON Girls' State 2 Iunior Prom Co-Chairman 2 Girls' League Cabinet 3 DEANNA DAVIS Ax-ents. Treas. 2, V-Pres-. 3 Pep Club 3 lnter-Club Congress 3 CLARENCE DECKER Football l-3 Service Club 2.3 BARBARA COPPD Girls' League Rep. 3 Girls' Choir Pres. 2 Pep Club 2.3 KENNETH CUMMII e E DIANA DAVIS Purple Masque 1 Drama Club 2 Varlelv Show l IRENE DERKATS Transfer, Germany 1 Girls' League Rep. Z RUSSELL DIEHL DALLAS DODGE ELLEN DODGE DIANA DONOHUE ROY DOWNES Baseball 1-3, Captain 3 Student Council Rep. 3 Pep Club 2,3 Football l-3 Pep Club 3 Hdlflheii 1 Basketball 1-3 Election Committee 3 Senior Breakfast Com. 2 'LN ..'m GINENA DULLEY DAVID DUNAHAY DIANE DUSHANE MARILYN DYER BARBARA EBERHARDT Ski Club 1 Palfueers l'3' sec' 2 Pres' 3 Pep Club 3 Student Council Rep. 2 Math Club 3 Iumo' Clan Ijwde' 2 I Glrll' League Rep. 2 Girls' Choir 2,3 Prom Decorations Chairman 2 I,-.BJ-.Al 3 Y.-I-een! L2 ,ff ZRALDINE EDMISTON FREDRIC EDWARDS ROBERT EGERER IAIWES ELLAS ROMONA ELLIS 'ep Club 3 Roclrhoundl, Pres. 3 Student Council Rep. 3 MiX9d Chbhll 2 ca' wU'h Ccmmlgn CUP" 3 Magic Mirrors 2,3 Wrestling 2.3 Track l I".'l'.A. 3 Ch9mll'1'Y Club 3 Hatchet: 1 Rifle Club 3 Mixed Chorus 2 MSM' Chdl' 3 BaCCqlm"'a'9 U'h" 2 GARTH ELMORE CAROLYN EMERSON KENNETH ERB LINDA ERICKSON CAROL ESKOLA Ski Club l-3 Pep Club 2,3 Cross Country 1 W2 Paletteers 2,3 Activities Committee 3 Drama Club 2,3 G.A.A. 1 Debate 1-3 Pep Club 3 Girll' League Gold Pin 3 Mer-is Choir 3 Girls' League Rep, 2,3 Track 1 E.l'l.S. News 3 National Honor Society 3 DENNIS ESTVOLD ALMA EVANS TED EVANS MARILYN EVERETT A Cappella 3 Magic Mirrors 2, V-Pres. 3 Sophomore Council l Latin Club 1 Iunior Class Council 2 Girls' League Usher 2 Senior Breakfast Comm. 2 Sophomore Council 1 'Dx DELORES FISHER 'LINDA FIALSTAD MICHAEL FLANIGAN LAWRENA FLEIVIING Pep Club 3 Euqenean 2 Bally Squad 3 Pep Club 3 Orchestra 1-3 Pep Club 3 A Cappella 2,3 f'.B.L.A. 3 Service Club 2.3 Baccalaureate Usher 2 Purple Pipers 3 Hatchets 1 , , 4 . X YOU TELL EM NORMA Salas BARBARA FORD Girls' Choir 2.3 F.B.L.A. 2.3 Magic Mirrors 2 TERRY FOSKETT E CAROLYN FARQU E.H.S. News Co-Editor Baccalaureate Commit ,,.r.. RODNEY FOLK wry? 'Q' MARILYN FORSTI Pep Club 3 Drama Club 1 Hatchets I In e-P' 'Inu fag! i LOWELL FOSTER Honor Society 2.3. Soc. 3 ROCK Hmlhdl 1-3 Purple Pipers 3 Music Award 2 K in A 'N BA I O FRETWELL 'oembecker Tea Chairman 3 lrad. Line-up Chairman 3 ep Club 3 M KAREN FRIBERG VERNON FRY Pep Club 3 Basketball 1 Ski Club 1-3 Student Council Rep. 2 Hatchets 1 SS. EONORA GETCHELL HOWARD GEIGER GAY GILBERTSON Hmchets 1 Football 1-3 A Cappella 3 Magic Minor, 2 Track l-3 Band 1-3 pep Club 3 Tumbling Team 1'3 Music Award Pin 2 EDWARD GARDNER Axemen's Council Rep. 2 F.B.L.A. 3 Ski Club 2 'Qs-an IUNELLE GILBERTSON Paletteers 3 Spanish Club 3 French Club 1 DSEPHINE GIVENS xWf'f" X, ,tg L, - .. -. 1 flu' f 1 S IOHN GOULD Student Body V-Pres. 2 Debate l-3 Tennis 2.3 t ,,,. , E 5 w,,a E r r IAMES GIESVOLD LENORA GLENN G.A.A. 3 I AMES GOWDY Axomen'l Council Treal. 3 Graduation Co-Chairman 2 Ski Club 1-3 Drama Club 3 Service Club 1 WILLIAM GRAY PATRICIA GODELL Paletteers 2.3 Hatchet! 1 Spanish Club 3 yu- ist HM GARDNER Football 2.3 Commencement Comm. Chair. 2 Policies, Practices Comm. 3 '25- ARLENA GILLELAND Y-Teens 2 Service Club 2 ROBERT GOLDSMITH A Cappella 2.3 Purple Pipers 3 'Wi-"":"' BURTON GRAY Ski Club l-3 Chess Club 3 STANLEY GRIFFITH 35 MARGARET GRIGGS GILBERT GRO SS Pep Club 3 Girls' Choir 2 Halchels 1 49 ELAINE HAHN IAMES HALE Girls' League Rep. 2 Service Club l,2. V-Pres. 3 Pep Club 3 Inler-Club Congress 3 Spanish Club 2.3 NANCY IEAN HALL ROSS HALL Thelplanl 2, Sec. 3 1-'ooqbqll 3 Girls' I-GG'-JU! HOP- 3 Traneler. Corvallis, Oreqon Pep Club 3 'I mcrumn HARPER RAI-PH HARRIS A Cavvvllfl 3 Drama 2 36 LOUISE GRUBBE SANDRA GUM Spanish Club 2.3. V-Pres. a Pep Club 3 Pep Club 3 Halchets I -- - - X vm, - BARBARA HALL DOUGLAS HALL Pep Club 2,3 Axemen's Council Rep. 1 Cap and Gown Comm. 2.3 Ski Club 1 Hatchets I IACK HANHLTON DENNIS HANEY F.l".A. 1-3. Sec. 2. Pres. 3 Sophomore Basketball 1 l C I LUCY HART RUSSELL HARTLEY Girls' Stale Rep. 2 Rllle Club Pres. 3 shldlllf COIIIICU ROP- I-3 Badge! and Finance Comm. 3 Girl ol the Month 3 Sophomore Assembly I MYRON HAFDAHI 2 S a 5 X 2 e 2 NANCY ANNE HAI. Pep Club 2.3 Student Council Rep. 3 Pcrlelteers 1-3 LARRY HARMOI NITA HARVEY Social Commlltee Pep Club 3 I".B.I..A. 2.3 l 1 ' u f f ' C , H M aw ! I F' I figs TB -as 1 1' ,, 45 -.,. r-T , Qs TRACY HASSETT MARY HAWES warg, f'iiZ A T357 LaVAU'N HAWLEY MARY HAWORTH THESE SENIQRS ARE READY TO GREET THE MANY EHS. STUDENTS AT A K ' .1- , VT, s. ,X fn. Thespians 2,3 Publicily Comm. 2,3 Debate 3 PART Y HELD AFTER THE SPRINGFIELD GAME. Q' 4 . V , G- 5 - - 3 i , ' A A A , T AREN HAYES REX ,HAYES RICHARD HAYES BQNINLIFSIEDDINGER ICQ HIEDGQERKEN OCIU Omml EBIELTAEEIQ 3 F-F-IL 1-3 Hfllfchefs 1 Pep Club sec. :fe Conslilulion. By-Law: Comm. 3 F.T.A. 3 GMS' Choi! V-Pres. 2 'img-H TQ-1 15... KAREN HENDRICKSON FIDELIA HENSEN IOHN HENSON Axemen'l Council Hep. 1-3 Euqenean Stall 2. Edilor 3 Slate l.R.I.. Secretary 2 pep Club 3 Chess Club 3 Football 1.2 National Honor Society 3 Girls' League V-Pres. 2 Aram, 1,2 Track 1,2 Skl Club 2. Secretary 3 Queen of Hearts Chaimman 1 Teachefs Helper 3 Bqggbqll 1,2, ' 3 DAL E HENZE IOHN HIRONS PATRICIA HILL ARLEEN HIXON DORIS HOCKLEY Band 1'3 Ski Club President 3 Pep Club 3 Pep Club 3 T1'GHSfe1'. Elmira, Oreqgn F-F-A 1-3 Gol! Team Captain 3 Hatchets E.H.S. News Reporter 3 Band 3 Student Council Rep, 2 Drama 1 Tumbling Team 2.3 F-B-I--A. 3 IACK HOEY MICHAEL HOFFMAN RAYMOND HOFFMAN STEPHEN HOFFMAN LINDA HOITING Axemen's Council Rep. 2,3 Ski Club l-3 Senior Class Council 3 Slfi Club 1 Painting the "E" Chairman 3 Ski Club Board Member 1,2 We Y? W LEO HOLLAND KAREN HORTON SHARON HORTON IUDY HOUGHT . , , , MARIAN HOUSER School Hdndbwk Co-Edlivr 2 Girls League Rep. 2.3 Pep Club 3 Service Club 2.3 Transfer N nh S I 3 A Cappella 2.3 spanish club 2,3 student Council nep. 2 ska Club 2,3 Y-Teensb 0 " em Purple PiP91'l 3 Drama Club l,2 Prom Committee Chairman 2 Pep Club 3 S W G. Y' Y' Db' """Z.'C7"""4 l l PAUL HOVEN NANCY HUNTINGTON sUsAN HUNTINGTON CARL HULEGAARD NOBLE HULSE su Club L3 French Club 2.3 Nunn Aid Y-Teens 2,3 Budget and Finance Comm. 3 Wrestling 2 "P- 2 Ax-ents 3 nm. Club 3 Football 2,3 Library Helper 1.2 Science Club l-3 'TY' BARBARA HUSE NANCY INGLIS IUDITH IEFFERS SHIRLEY IOCELYN DQNALD IQCELYN Girls' League Cabinet 2 F.B.L.A. 3 Student Body Sec. 3 Hatchets 1 Social Committee 3 Magic Mirrors 2 Queen ol Hearts 2 A Cappella 2,3 Girls' Leaque Rep. 2 Science Club l Sophomore Class Sec, 1 F.B-L-R 3 , CAROLYN JOHNSON JAMES JOHNSON COLLEEN JOHNSON LARRY IOHNSON MAEL Magic Mirrors 3 Band 2,3 PGP 53111113 Sophomore Track Manager 1 Ae- i 2 P Magic Mlffofs 23 Baccalaureate Usher 2 X en S Girls' League Rep. 2.3 MARIAN JOHNSON PATRICIA JOHNSTON KENNETH JONES JANET JONES TIMOTHY TQNE5 National Honor Society 2,3 Tri- Hi-Y President 1 Pep Club 3 Swdsn' Comm! Rep' 1 Ski Club l-3 F.T.A. 3 F-B-L-5- 3 G.A.A. l-3, V-Pres. 2 Hatchets 1 J STANFORD IOSLYN ERICH KAUFMAN ROBERT KEITH VERNON KE!-S0 ELAINE S' KERSHAW' Hobby Club 3 r.r.A. 2.3. President 3 Foolball 1-3 gTiAl'g 3 Apparatus Committee 1.2 Th - 3 Bdsltelb ll I-V. 2 "" espxans U H U - W LBJ.. 2,3 E club 2,3 Senior Breakfast Comm. 2 3 A 'ffagm E 5 SAHU KHAN WILLIS KIND DAVID KING STUART KINGSLEY IACQUELYN KLENI Purple Pipers 3 Rqllv Squad 3 pep Club 2.3 Senior Class Council 3 Ski Club 2-3. V-P1'eS- 3 Y,-Teens 1.2. 1-reds. 2 A Cappella 2,3 Siudeni Council Rep. 2 Girls' League Rep 3 2 4 'elm 1 .. .uri ,Q X fv, . A.. - L LINDA KLITZKE IUDITH KNIGHT LINDA KOESTER DOROTHY KREBS LOREN KRUSENSTIEI SM Pep Club 3 Purple Pipers 3 CHARLES LAIRD CAROLYN LAKE Senior Class V-Pres. 3 Sophomore Class Cour Tenis Team I-3 A Cappella 2.3 Social Committee 3 Pep Club 2,3 ,f DAVID LA MORA RONNIE LANDSKR4 YOU. Foofbqu 1.3 Axomen'l Council Rep Wnnlling 2 40 IERRY LANG Baseball 2,3 DIANNE LEE Girls' League Cabinet 3 Pep Club Board of Control 3 F.B.L.A. 3 ROBERT I.lNK Swimming 2, Captain 3 Football 1. 2 AMW... S 2 mt is-I Ho.. ' S fl LEANN LAURITZEN CHRISTINA LAW DONALD LAWRENCE Senior Band Maiorette 3 PGP Club 3 Bqskelbau l'3 Head Majorette 3 sel'VlC9 Club 3 Baseball L3 GJLA' Recorder 3 1-qmchegs 1 Football l,2, Co-Captian 3 ESTA LEACH Transfer, St. Elma, Illinois MARYELI.-EN LEE DON LEMKE MARGARET LEMON Debate 2.3 Football 3 1.R,L, 1.3 llmior Class Council 2 Basketball 3 Spanish Hon. Soc. 2, V-Pres. 3 TlleSPlUl'lS 3 Baseball 3 if was-sw FRED LOE MIKE LOKKEN DYANN LONBERG A Cqppgllq 2,3 Student COUIICH RBD. 1.3 Pep 3 Sophomore Clan Council l 50ClC-ll Commlllee 3 Service Club 2.3 Band 1.2 Election Committee 3 Girls' League Rep. 3 MELVIN THEODORE LUNDY Axernen's Council Rep. 1 Iunlor Clan Council 2 Student Body Trean. 3 Chairman Cape and Gown 2 Paletteen 2 TIIOIPICIII 2.3 Span. Hon. Soc. 2. Sec-Treal 3 Debug. 1,3 Girls' League Rep 3 A Cappella 2.3 Senior Clan Council 3 af VAUN LINDSAY Axemen's Council Rep 2. . 'In 'W as 'V:,'j-7' DONNETTE LOPUSON Pep Club 2.3 Hatchet! l G.A.A. 1 'Uk Girls' League Trees. 3 Student Council lop. 2 SH Club l-3 4 CORALYN LYON MARCIA LYONS DARL MCALLISTER GALEN MCBEE Student Council Rep 2 Pep Club 3 Track l-3 Ski Club l,2, Board Member Mod. Mus. Masters 2. V-pres. 3 Service Club 2,3 Axemen's Council Rep. 3 Chess Club 3 Music Award Pin Winner 2.3 Senior Breakfast Comm. 2 Football 3 Student Cguncil Rep, 2 STEPHEN McCULLOCH PAYE MCGARY SHIRLEY MCGUIRE IOAN McMANN Ski Club 1.3 F,'l',A, 3 Paletteers Treasurer 3 gms' Choir 3 PHP Club U r.x-LA. Historian 3 Hatchets 1 4'f. , , 44' NORMA MAIER RONALD D. MAINES KAY MARQUIS ROBERT MARSDEN RUUY squad 3 Brmd 2-3 Cross Country 1,2 Hatchets. V-Pres. 1 Y-Tgqm '1 HLY 2 Sod'-'11 commmee 3 M'-19lc Mirrors 2.3 Baccalaureate Usher 2 SY i ,M i A u rf .7 f,A,, KENNETH MASTERSON IUDY MARTIN CELESTE MAXWELL IEANNETE MAY Axemen's Council Rep. 2 Student Body Co-Treas. 3 Thesplans 1,3 Pep Club 3 Thesplans 2,3 Student Council Rep 3 A Cappella 2,3 Ski Club 2.3 Illlle Club 1,2 Budget and Flnance Comm. 3 Pep Club 3 Service Club 2,3 a 3 5 S S 3 IUDITH MCCULLC Pep Club 3 Hatchets 1 Drama Club 3 E E 5 PAGE MAHLER Spanish Hon. Soc. l Doembecker Tea C4 Eugenean 2 DALE. MASTERSE F E 2 Q SALLY MAY Rally Squad 3 Glrls' League Cabinet I Sophomore Class Trea: ZLORIA METCALF PATRICIA METZLER Pep Club 2.3 Hutchets l , - .x, O my 'ML V k.k, , QQNALD MIKEL ygpp-my MICKELSON THIS IS A FAMILIAR SCENE TO ALL SENIORS, Service Club l,2. Pres. 3 A Cappella 2,3 Baccalaureate Usher 2 W 'U' in-H ,H 3ETTY MILLER M1-XHIAN MILLER TERRILL MILLER MARSHA MILLER SABRA MILLER Spanish Club 3 Pep Club 3 Rifle Club 3 School Handbook Co- Editor 3 Orchgggm 1.3 Science Club 2 Magic Minors 2.3 Hobby Club 2 Girls' League Cabinet 3 Service Club 2,3 Band 2 Hatchets 1 Science Club 1 l.R.L. Sec.-Treas. 3 Pgp Club 3 19? '.' fr" FRICIA MILLIGAN GORDON MILLS IAMES MILLS KENNETH MINTRUM DAVID MITCHELL udant Council Rep. l French Club Prolldont 3 Sk! Club l-3 Bankotball l land I-3 sp Club 2.3 Boys' State Rep. 2 Band l.2 nornbly Committee Sclonco Club V-Prol. 3 Hunting and Fllhlnq Club 3 MIKE MOGAN CHARLOTTE MOLES ERROL MONTGOMERY WILLIAM MOODY RAYLENE MOOB Rifle Club 1,3 Ski Club 3 Sophomore Football I Hatchets 1 Hunting and Fishing Club 3 I.V. Football 2 Service Club 2,3 Band 1.3 Swimming Team Co-Captain 3 .I 'rf ANNE MOURSUND SUSANNE MOYEN GARY MUELLER ELSIE MUHR G.A.A. l-3 Pep Club 3 Transfer. Littlefield, Texas Pep Club 2,3 Science Club Sec. 3 Girls' Choir 2.3 I.H.l.. l I,R,L, 1 Service Club 2,3 Girls' Choir 2,3 nv Wiz' DOUGLAS MEYERS CHARLOTTE NELSON STEVEN NESS NANCY NEWMAN Boys' Cholr 3 Pep Club 2.3 Commencqmgm Commmgg 2 Hatchet: 1 Ski Club 1-3 Rifle Club 3 PSP Cl!-lb 3 Social Comlttee 3 Crou Country 3 I".B.L.A. 3 Pep Club 3 Iuntor Vanity Football 2 Math Club. Pres. 3 Band 1-3 Patatteen 2 Student, Council Rep. 3 F.'l'.A. V-Pres. 2. Sec. 3 Boys' State Deleqate 2 KAYE NIER RICHARD MURDO' 1 E ! E 5 i KEITH NEWSOM Nat. Hon. Society 2, F Spanlah Hon. Society Senior Clan Council I DIANE NOBLE Office Helper 3 F.B.L.A. 3 Sophomore Choir , I S7 ' IUNE NORRIS KARRIN OISON GORDON OLSEN IAMES OLSEN LEON OLSON student Council Rep. 2 Pep Club 2.3 A capveua 23 Mau. Club a PSF' Club 3 Student Council Hep. F-B-L'A- 3 F-T-L 3 Girls' League Rep. 2 Band l'3 msn., f,Z, f,Z A R 'i:s'.fza3f?545a?f --1 A sikgfigwxm. .' Jgglsiifizve 3 , swwQ,CE,,u-. - . ., , U'f?Vif'f3Q5W-Sfigifii, ' 4' , A - - ,. L, . , xg: g 8-1- ?ixQf'1fg1tf.f2gif:a Til-I' 1 t w., , ze CTS LEONA ORCUTT DALE OSBORN WALLLH OSBORN IOHN OTTOSEN ROBIN OVERSTREET F.l'l.A. 3 Band 1-3 Ski Club 1-3 Tennis 2.3 Axemen's Council Sec. 3 Ritile Club 2,3 Football 1,2 Isaac Walton Club 2 50Ph0m0l'9 CICS! V-Pfel 1 Hunting nad Fishing Club 2,3 Student Council Rep. 3 Football 1-3 if 'lb .num BEVERLY OVIATT SANDRA PAPPEL ALICE ANN PARKER HAROLD PARMENTER WILI-IAM PAR-NIENTER Photo Club!2 Magic Minors 3 Debate 3 PUFPIB Pi!-7011 3 I-lb1'Ul'Y H01Psr 3 Office Helper 3 Euqenecm Sta!! 2 Hi-Y 1.2. Sec. 2 Transfer, Pleasant Hill 2 Sophomore Choir 1 Pep Club 3 Glu!! ROP- 1.2 'fr' 471 QRAIG pA31,AY SHERON PEARL DIANE PEARSON FREDERICK PEDERSON PATRICIA PEDERSON Student Body Hint. 3 POP Club 3 AXODOIIII Council lop. 2.3 POP Club 2-3 Glrll' Leqquo Cqblngt 3 Service Club 2.3 36305611 2 SH Club l-3 Publicity Comm. 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Q, Q f 1. 5ffiQ?f s,:wQQ, W A we 1, all f f5iy7'if'1'g MAXINE PE-NSE-UN MARILYN PERSON PATRICIA IOYCE PHILIP MARILYN PIERSON IQHN PIERSON Magic Mirrors 2.3 F.T.A. 2.3 Sec. 3 Orchestra 1-3 Orchestra 1 Rqdig Club 2 1-lcltchets 1 Girls' Choir 2 Band 1,2 I,-.BJ--A. 3 Math Club 3 Library Helper 1,2 Cons. and By-Laws Comm. 3 Ir, Symphgny 1-3 LeROY POINDEXTER MARVIN POLENSKY IERRY POSTON WILLIAM POTTERF DAVID POWELL Vmitv Truck 1-3 A CGPPel1a 2.3 Football 1 student Council Rep. a sclence Club Presidel Varsity Football 1-3 Hobby Club 2.3 Basketball l Cross Country Team 2,3 Senior Band 1-3 Student Council Rep. 3 Sophomore Choir 1 Ski Club 1 Ski Club 2.3 A Cappella 3 l GIFFORD POWELL NOBLE POWELL Axemen'l Council Rep. 1-3 CIO!! COUNTY 1 Drama Club President 3 Track 1-3 GO FRANTIC FIVE' Iosspl-1 Powzn noNA1.D Powzl Football 1-3 Baseball 1-3 Constitution. By-Laws Comm. 3 gl? . 1 ,ly . ,. A YW' DEANNE RASMUSSEN IUDITH PRocToR ELAINE PRINCE DWAYNE RAABE cms' League ples. 3 Pep Club 3 irosi Scum!-Y 2'3 National Hon. Society. 2,3 Hatchets 1 mc Girls' State Rep. 2 N. if W 3? 'S E21 IAMES RATHBONE Mum Club 2,3 2, 'V' 7 kkk' ff.. fl """"" . ygy- " E EEEA "" E :' C E V E EEEEEE i Y lAMES RISINGER HARLES RAYFIELD JERRY REAGOR NANCY REAR 3 A Cappella 3 ff15C1'1bu3 2 3 A Cappella 2.3 Student Council Rep. 2 GmgpE:q:ue'Gold Pin 1 AssemblyCommittee Z senior Band 112 5 Y K iw MARY ROBERTS MARIAN ROGERS DOUGLAS ROMAINE CHARLA ROYSTON WTI-I-IAM HOZMAN Teacher! Helper z spanish Club z,a Latin club a Bioloqv Club 2 Intel-.Club Cong,-as 3 Teacher's Helper 1 Table Tennis Club 2 Chemlslry Club 2 we 'QQ' li :ANDRA num-:m'r DOLORES RUPP MAX RUFF WAYNE RUSH JUDY LEE RUSHING Senior Clan Rep. 3 Glrls' League Cabinet 3 Chl!! Club 3 Girls' League Cabinet 3 Pep Club 3 Ir. Chairman: Sen. Assembly 2 mill Club 1 Pep Club loaxd ofCoah-el 3 Y-Teens l Latln Club President 3 HUDUD9 Old Fl-INBQ Club 3 Girls' League len. 3 i DIANE RUTHVEN WALTER SCHULZ Football 1-3 Golf l-3 "E" Club 3 BETTE SHOUP Student Councll Rep. 2 Pep Club 2,3 TOM SLOCUM Axomen'l Council Pros. 3 Varslty Football 2,3 Iunlor Clan Rep. 2 SAME SCARVIE KAHLN SCHREINER LAURILEA SCHOMP KARYN SCHLEICH1 Euqenecm stan 3 Pglgtteerg 1.3 F.T.A. 2,3 G.A.A. 2,3 Pep club 3 Pep Club 3 Y-Teens l Ax-ents 2,3 LBJ.. 3 Student Councll Rep. 3 Teocher's Helper 2,3 5 -,ni fw,---tm, C .L -I ' ggiilfaiff-jij,,s,fQf.2f.9 , ' K1 W Q S ,a?sk.wg - 4 , I My wg , , 3 ,too - ' A Nl ,.:,j'g2H -of f, 5 f 1, DORELN SCOTT LOREN SEARS RAYMOND SENKEL RICHARD sci-IAFF I-'ggtbqll 1.3 Proisctionlst Club. Pres. 2 llmiof Cldll HBP- 2 Ski Club 1.3 Varsity Football 3 Axemen'l Councll Rep. Student Councll Rep. 3 l- V. Football 2 ' 2 ,',t R F SPIKE SIEGRIST RONALD SIKES SYLVIA SKORPEN PATRICIA SLOAI Slzl Club 1-3 Pollclee. Practice: Comm, 3 Pop Club 2,3 AX-entl 2,3 Graduation Cornmlttee 2 Thelplalu I-3 Skl Club 1-3 Bdhd l Chen Club 3 A Cappella 2,3 Hatchet: l Y-Teens 2 5 5 i A LINDSEY SMITH DARLENE SMITH IANET SMITH GLENDA SMITH Chen Club 2,3 A Cappella 2.3 Paletteeri 2 Transfer. Myrtle Poli Modern Music Manton 2.1 Euqenean 3 Dramatic: 2 I l Y A 'WF me re Telerll ,T . Q " 5, 1 . -....Q.. 1 T x ,re T. h If I 1 4 ' ,'....1 x , KIM SMITH CYNTHIA SORENSON Pep Club 3 WW Sludenl Council Rep. 3 Y-Teens 3 fl' ,M M A I X g, K 1 be -i ,X f. X SHARON SPANG1-ER KATHLEEN SPELDRICH THESE SENIORS TAKE OFF TIME FROM SCHOOL WORK TO ROWDY AROUND Halchets l Service Club 2.3 Tfii- Q 'li' S-91. THOMAS SPELDRICH RONALD SPENCE CHARMALEE SPENCER LINDA SPRINGER SANDRA SPRINGER Girls' League Rep. 3 Y-Teens 3 Pep Club 3 Pep Club 3 Trunsler, Bend High School 2 G.A.A. President 3 G.A.A. l-3 Girls' League Rep. 2 MARIAN SQUIRES ALLAN STANLEY IAIWES STOUT ELVIN STRATTON IR-ENE STREET Sludenl Council Rep. 2 Library Helper 2,3 HUUY Squad 3 Pep Club 3 Rockhounds 2.3 Student Council Rep. 2 Hatchels l Pep Club 2.3 49 IEANETTE sTUTz E1.Lwoon SUNNELL IOANNE SUSTELLO CAROL SUTTON CHERY1- SWAN Pep Club 3 Hunting und Fishing Club 1.3 Paletteers 2.3 F.H.A. 3 Eufgenean La' Bus' Service Club 2.3 French Club 3 Social Chairman 3 sk' Club 2'3 French Club 2.3 Haiciieis 1 spanish Club a PeP Club 3 Y S Q E 5 3 E LORET' 'A TERRY CLARK TEXLEY LINDA THIESSEN LOWELL THOMAS Hmchefs 1 Wrestling 1-3 Pep Club 3 Axemen's Council Hep. Pez, 'fffflb Zunc' ep' L2 service Club 2,3 1.v. Football 2.3 Hatchet! 1 , Football 213 Ha,che,s 1 Hunting and Fishing Club 2.3 Table 'fefms Club 2 Band 2 S fe A C .ivl Z Lg mv! Q RANDY THOMASON BETTY THOMPSON CAROLYN THOMPSON MCKENZIE THOMSON IOHN THORNBUH Hunting and Fishing Club 1-3 service Club 2-3 Student Council Rep. 3 Science Club 2.3 Senior Class Council I PGP Club 3 F.T.A. 3 Math Club 2,3, Secrecxtry 3 Football 1.2 Handbook Committee 2 Ski Club 3 Ski Club 1.3 SHELDON THORNE CAROL THORNTON IANICE TIFI' ERNEST TILLY CORINNE 'I'INO Buqouoan Std! J P., Club 3 Rau, squad 3 F.F.A. 2.3 Student Council Hw- Sophomon Clan Hop. I Y.1'ggm 1.3 Senior clan luv 3 Bm, Club 2,3 Hatchet: 1, Troon. I 50 Chill Club 3 pq, Club 2.3 ' Transtor. Lamar High School POP Club 2.3 :QLL-EEN TQMHISQN LORNA TOWNE LEROY TRANBERG MARDELLE TRAYLOR IOHN TRENHOLME 1-mnsferl Climax, Kansas Sophomore Choir 1 Rille Club 1 Magic Mirrors 3 Science Club 2.3 Service Club 2.3 Hunting and Fishing Club 2 Halchels 1 Radio Club 1 Mathematics Prize 2 ALICE TUCKER BARBARA TUPPER TAMYRA TURNER GORDON TURNER PATRICIA TUTTLE Pep Club 3 A Capella 3 Spanish Club 2.3, Pris. 3 Rally Squad 3 Service Club 2.3 Modern Music Maslers 2.3 I.R.L. 3 Ski Club 1-3, Sec. 2 Ski Club 2,3 Music Award 2.3 Class Council 2,3 , 7""k S . Q G.. , A v g i GARY UCHYTII. PATRICIA UPP ROBERT UPP SHARON UPP SONDRA URYCH Radio Club l-3 l".B.L.A. 3 Camera Club 1 Office Practice 3 Band 1.2 Hatchels 1 Shop Club 2 Hulchels l Baccalaureate Usher 2 Ax-ents 2 A 'Yun CAROLE VITUS SYLVIA VLASAK SUE VOGEL GRETCHEN VOS LAWRENCE WALDAHI. Band 1.2 Hdlllllbll 1 F.B.I..A. 3 Girls' League Secretary 3 Ski Club 1-3 G,A,A, 2 G.A.A. I Hqlchgig l A Cnnnlln 2 fl lmlu-..-.I-.. I hw ELOYCE WALKER GEQRGE WALKER RICHARD WAMPACH EDNA WARD NSRMA, WARE Pep Club 3 student Body Auditor a H"bbY Club 2 T?'1Chef'S Helvef 1 Te'f,'f:felf:ff,"f ml SI-Nmish Club 2.3 Student Body Cabinet 3 sliver Pin Award 2 H 1 h t 1 e per Drama Club 2.3 Chair. Budget, Fin. Comm. 3 service club 2 G C e S yumm WASHBURN CAROLYN WASKE BARBARA WATSON LUE JEANNE WEmR1cH ROSAT-EE WENIC Pqleneefg 1.23 Hmchets 1 Pep Club 3 I-',B,L,A, 3 A Cappella 3 Pep Club 3 Magic Minors 2 Service Club 3 Girls' Choir 2 Pep Club 3 Hqtchefs 1 Pep Club 3 Hcnchets 1 Magic Mi,-mrs 2 Eugenean Staff 3 MHP?-fr'- MUHIEL WESTERLTTND BENIAMIN WELLE1 Mod. Music Masters 2.3l Hunting and Fishing Cl 'K V A Cannella.3 it Pen Club 3. S 2 l 3- 'W'-3' THE TEENS AGAINST POLIO CHAIRMEN TAKE A EREATHER FROM THEIR BUSY IIEANNIE wmppug DANIEL WHELCH-E Libm"Y Helper 3 Proiectionist Club 2 52 Hunting and Fllhlng C' SANDRA WHITNEY GERALD WIBERT Rally Squad 3 Axemen's Coun. Proq Chm. 2,3 Y-Teens Sec. 2 Track 1-3 Sophomore Princess ol Hearts 1 Cross Country 1-3 " 2 Se . , 215,22 191 " ' 152123-llsHesse422492ssggrfglz-lsillafiif ,.:.:f,'-ws,w:, gge1 , - nflaugwlzalw,fs,se,f2,i:smfm My - ' tz , f -1,,we'wgg?1,gflia:ixg 3 :Z'I:2:Qi:'w" T: . ,, 55115715129 1,:1.,5.'c: .sw 'N lf , W'-F, ' Qieigwewfs S ..1 ky- -- gg-51,kgQgA-1-gy . 1 saifgmili ' ROBERT WILLCUT HELEN WILLIAMS Pep Club 3 Service Club 2 Hatchets 1 lrnm, iw Q DAVID WINN ROBERT WINSOR EVA ZINK Hatchets l Magic Mirrors 2 G.A.A. 1 55'-L GARY WICKSTROM MOLLIE WH-COX ICANN WILDISH Rifle Club 2.3. V-Pres. 3 Purple Pipers 3 Girls' League Cabinet 2 Axemen's Council Rep. 1 2 A Capella 3 PGP Club 3 Ski Club 1 Senior Band 2.3 I-R-In l'3 GARY WILLS OPAL w1l.soN MET WU-SCN Bl-md P,-esidenl 3 FIBJMA- 2,3 Student Body President 3 I.v. 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Each stone in her white, gleaming portals A symbol on symbols piled high A monument glowing immortal A sign of Youth's star in li:Ee's sky. 'XM V 5542?-5.1 'Y kg 3? QQ, . Aj 4 . -ai Sw STUDENT ACTIVITIES . . . the numerous jobs and organizations which consume any "leisure" time that you' might have thought belonged to you . . . These activities are characterized by meetings . Tuesday morning meeting Ilet me see, was today club or government day?1 . . . after-school meetings . . . evening meetings . Meetings contrived tor the purpose of making life miserable for the initiates . . . Familiar uniforms are worn on designated days by the proud members . . . white sweaters and purple skirts . . . a navy-blue letterrnan's sweater . . . little gold pins . . . girls in high heels, clicking down the halls . . . participants develop qualities oi leadership and responsibility .... All feel a sense of belonging, of doing something constructive for the betterment of Eugene High . . . lhluvix 'W'-f-M-yr WEIL GOLDSCHIVIIDT Vice President MET WILSON President STUDENT BO! l'U'DY IEFFERS Secretary Betty Lush - Co-Treasurer gjlgilgrglgggllgr ,QW George Walker Co-Auditor ASSOCIATION Iohn Gould Student Manager Doug Vaughn Co-Auditor Shen Pearl Historian STUDENT " 'V-ur' l E Q? "' ,gn-w ,1 Us 9 rv Q27 3 C 'L D A 5. fs. l Row 1: Iohn Gould, Mel Wilson, Judy letters, Sheri Pearl, Judy Marlin, Marilyn Dyer, Doris Lemon, Cie Tullock, Gary Wills, Mr, Mickelwail. Row 2: lanice Vandiver, Cynthia Sorenson, Deanna Dirlam, Carol Shepard, Tess Isaac, LeAnn Weslerlund, Ellen Dodge, Lucy Hart, Sue Barlow, Connie Landers, Manl Tieadwell, lohn Bryant, Nels Niemi. Row 3: Sharon Anderson, ludy Giesy, Sandy Stuart, Evelyn Cal CDUNCIL -s 4' ' ' Q 'QC' ff E -V . '23 SL all a.. it ' A, ar td, ' 1 wb-I by xv -1 , Atv FXLDE 'Q 55 1.5. H ' ff' iw. ' - CRX, i l diy .. X, Q., , 7 wana, Cf Lf S... 'T' 3.5. if Q ,, wif ,fn T? I ' 'f I r Q t -" ' 4 R n , Vi ,ff L L 0 .f - 2 2 'S 4? 'a U L Vlarcia Bishop, Linda Hill, Sue Haven, Mike Lokken, Walt Osburn, Bruce Taylor, Bob Kraus, Dick Moody, Dave Berq. How 4: Iudy Hender- shott, Doug Lindley, Chuck Cameron, Loren Sears, Larry Wheeler, Dave Garrett, Kadell Lopuson, Bob Eqerer, Larry Campbell, Charlie War- 'en, lim Chrislock, Ron Rubenstein, lim Starkweather, Ron Sikes. Row 5: Tom Iackson, Bill Myers, Calvin Taylor, lim Stout, Bruce Pederson, ferry Gardner. Rich Curtis, Mike Monroe, Don David, Denis Newman, Bill Potterf LeRoy Poindexter. ' 1 n lx l L IVV ITTEE ASSEMBLY COMM ,kb Q Row I: Stephanie Beck, Lucy Hart, Iudy Ielfers. Charlene Worminqton, Row ll: Doug Vaughn, Genevieve Lobaugh, Fred Crafts. Another committee, besides the Con- stitution and By-Laws Committee, that had the power to suggest major chang- es in school policy was the Policies and Practices Committee. The group dis- cussed many ways oi improving stu- dent behavior and certain school poli- cies. The committee met several times a month to discuss such things as school spirit and the student parking facilities, The Policies and Practice Commitee made several recommenda- tions that were acted upon by the Student Council. SOCIAL COMMITTEE STUDENT BODY Many outstanding as- semblies Were held dur- ing the past year. How- ever, before the presen- tation of them, m a n y hours were spent in preparation. Part of this was done in connection with the Assembly Committee. The mem- bers ot the committee had one of the more e1'1lOYable j o b s. The group previewed each assembly, either ap- proving or disapprov- ing it. They strove to maintain the high level of the assemblies o past years., Row I: Phyllis Culbertson, Gloria Darold, Sandra Loveall. Row Il: Met Wilson, lim Gardner, Hon Sikes, Doug Harrell. Row I: Marsha Miller, Barbara Huse, Martha Blackburn, Lynn Pyle, Barbara lanzia, Lani Burcham, Clerese Chalmers. Row II: Neil Gold- schmidt, Allen Erickson, Mike Lokken, Charlotte Tobin, Charles Laird, Bob Overstreet. Row III: Linda Owen, Charlotte Nelson, Le Ann Westerlund, Norma Maier, Kathy lacoby, Io Ann Heidgerken. The past year was one tha noticeable at Eugene High lor its social activities. Different organiz sponsored many of the events, b student body Social Committee c outstanding job in those activi headed. An activity period socia and the all-school dances were of the very successful Social Com projects. COMMITTEES A student body the size of Eugene High has a large treasury. Be- ca.use the student body is governed by the stu- dents, their money is also. The Budget and Finance Committee was the body which regu- lated the spending of all student body funds. At the end of each m o n th, the members had th e responsibility of paying the bills and seeing that the books balanced. They a l s o planned the year's bud- get Which was deter- mined after c a r e ful study of the past year's incomes and expendi- tures. BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE Row I: Carl Hulegaard, Russell Hartley, George Walker, Doug Vaughn. Row II: Iudy Martin, Tod Lundy, O D BY-LAWS COMMITTEE CONSTITUTI N AN Bette Lush. Row I: Sharon Tullar, Kay Haun. Row II: Iudy Hendershott, Karen Hayes, Marilyn Pierson. Row III: Iohn Gould. B e f o r e the spring and fall elections and at the end of each y grading period gg t h e Activities 2 Committee was I kept very busy C h e c k i n g g r a d e s. This c o m m i t t e e, which was one of the smallest of th e student b o d y 's main seven, was com- posed of fo u r f a c u l t y a n d three students. It tried to in- crease the num- ber of students who could hold s c h o ol offices, and at the same time, help the ortg an i zations select c o m p e- tent leaders. ACTIVI'I'Y COMMITTEE Before many of the all-school events, publicity for the event was arranged by the Publicity Committee. Novel P.A. announcements were made, along with artistic posters and signs. The group was kept busy supplying time and tal- ent for the student body. During the annual Teens Against Polio Week, pub- licity was supplied by the committee for the all-school events. During the year some game posters were made by the group, the main bulletin board was also arranged by it. Several times in the year legal pro- cedures and other constitutional mat- ters Were questioned in Student Coun- cil and school clubs. Any such matter was referred to the Constitution and By-Laws Committee for judgment. The committee had the final Word on in- terpreting the Eugene High student body constitution. Proposed constitu- tional changes also originated here. PUBLICI'I'Y COMMITTEE Row I: Mary Haworth, Marlene Arthur, Pat Parker, Maryellen Lee, Sharon Carol Eskoluf lim GOWCIY' Carol Warren- Horton. Row Il: Sheri Pearl, Nancy Rear, Marge Coffee. Sandra Brown I Vice President Ei'-f Deanne Rasmussen Gretchen VOS Diane Lynch Pfesldem SGCTGTGTY Treasurer GIRLS' FAU. CABINET SPRING CABINET lov l: Marsha Miller, Carole Burgess, Dianne Lee. 'Phyllis Culberison, no' 1: If-'nice Richmsf Claire DOQQGII. Barbara Klabunder, Carol Wm-ren GIRLS' LEAGUE REPRESENTATIVES ' Q MA.. , V - - Lonberg Row 2 Row l: Charm Spencer, Marge Colley, Patti Milligan, ludy Rushing, ludy Hendershott. lOC1H BUUSUY. SUS Clafkf Ilene Defkclsch Dlcme Iackie Klenk, Alice McDougal, Collene Iohnson, Lynn' Cushing, Kay Haun, Martha Blackburn, Barbara Reed, lo Chilen, Linda McKay Ioyce lzcorn lgitty Button, Lenore Glenn. Row 3: Mary Griffith, Carol Olsen. Row 4: Ianice Birch, Diane Ruthven, Tina Shultis, Carolyn Shaw Helen Biggs SAnIgi rrllllesk Oil nie Wilson, Denise Cypcar, Linda Cooper, Linda Kimball, Betsy Fraser, Marge Campbell, Bonnie Wheat, Nancy Bolls,. Sandra Epple an ra O 1 OS l LEAGUE The Girls' League is one of the leading organiza- tions in Eugene High School, Eleven departments have been organized to give each girl a chance to take part in the league work. These eleven departments are Art, Cards, Community Service, Courtesy, Hours, Library, Publicity, School Service, Social, Tea, and Ushers. Department heads are selected by the president, senior girls for the fall term and junior girls for the spring term with some permanent members. These girls, to- gether with officers, meet every other week as a cab- inet tor league activities. There is a council made up ot the cabinet, together with one representative from each home room which meets at the call of the presi- dent or the advisor. It acts as an advisory council to carry on throughout the entire year. For service in school and in the community, Girls' League hours are earned and recorded. Some of the services or projects in which the girls can participate are selling cards, helping teachers, serving at teas, library work, ushering at events, and working on com- munity drives. Gold and silver pins are awarded twice a year in recognition ol this work. Also each year a scholarship tor S75 is awarded to an outstanding senior girl, This will be the eighteenth year the scholarship has been awarded. The Doernbecher Tea, Installation Tea, Print and Cord Week, Teachers' Teas, Queen of Hearts Cam- paign and Dance, and social hours are among the many events sponsored by the Girls' League. 1..- x to "wx-,, "firm 1 its spirit Mr. SEPTEMBER 1956 5 M T 1' F s t , l ' 1 2 S ' - 1 8 9 io Il i y.g. I3 14 I5 16 V' u 21 231 P8 29 This year's first Girl of the Month was Lucy Hart. She was honored in Sep- tember because of outstanding school service. Besides being a loyal Ike fan, Lucy was on the Assembly Committee, President of Pep Club, and a member of Girls' State. OCTOBHR H56 , by , ' 4 W .Q Irzs - ...A . V , N a " ' X ' N JJ u 1 a gl -A ' ti, ' ' NOVIM BER N56 S M 1T':S 125 Sm I8 November's Girl of the Month was FBLA President, Betty Bylund. She served on the fall Girls' League cabinet and as chairman of the Pep Club foot- ball banquet and of the senior an- The Girls of the Rally Squad were chosen as October's Girls of the Month. They spent all summer, plus many after-school hours practicing and per- fecting the school yells. Their pep in- spired the student body at games and assemblies. . B k . ggigrigelrrgelnts etty wor ed hard the , A T- I 2 3 5 1 3 9 I0 I4 I5 li 29 Sheri Pearl, Girl of the Month in De- cember, was one of E.H.S.'s travelers. After living in London for a year, she returned to Eugene to become the stu- dent body historian as well' as an en- thusiastic member of I.R.L. and Ski Club. GIRLS CF Nine outstanding senior girls we chosen during the year to represent tf Girls' League as Girls of the Mon' Once a month a secret committee cha the girl they felt had been outstandii that month. She was chosen on charc ter, leadership and school servic People holding offices were not chosi for that reason, but for the service thi had given above the duties of tl office. Soon after she was chosen, the G of the Month was presented to t entire student body at an assemb Before the reading of her name, se eral of her main activities were rec from this list she was sometimes recc nized. After the announcement, t Girl of the Month was given a corsai and the Girl of the Month pin. THE MONTH RCU I9S7 S 9 as IL Two hard working girls, Eleanor Mackrill and Shirley McGuire, were selected as March Girls of the Month for the tedious, time con- suming work they did during the State Basketball Tournament. These girls sacrificed attending games in order to supervise the distribution of guides and pro- grams. SN! l951 TPS 345 6 'I ll I2. I3 I4 I8 I9 Z0 ll 1.5 Z6 17 FEBRUARY I957 s S -i ill gl . Q 2 -M -r 1' F F N I 4 I 8 II I2 I no 3 iii C 14 5 as n I t stiii I .Q 2.5 2' I ,gi .ri g Deanne Rasmussen, February's Girl of the Month, was honored for her out- standing school service. She was high- ly admired for her job as Girls' League President. Deanne also participated in National Honor Society, Spanish Club, :md Pep Club, MAY I957 5 M T 5 I 2 I9 '3 24 25 26 The Student Body Secretary, Iudy Ieffers, was honored by being the May Girl of the Month. Iudy, holding one of the most difficult and highest offices in the school, has done a tremendous job. l The first Girl of the Month for 1957 was Phyllis Culbertson. Among her favorite activities during her three years at Eugene High were Ski Club, Pep Club, and National Honor Society. APR S TPS 456 'I II IL I5 I8 I9 20 i957 I4 I5 Ib 2l 26 Z1 The Print and Cord Week Tea this year was a great success due to Ellen Dodge's excellent organi- zation and hard work. For this or- ganization and hard Work she was chosen asADfil's Girl of the Month. Q ,, .M J h A t W gl' e 1, 5 Lynn Coons Vice President lim Gowdy T S1 Bob Overstreet OI-gfesidzgfrm Secretary Treasurer AX EM EN'S I Special Weeks chairman, Iohn Gould, and Program chairman, Ierry Wibert, had responsibilities that lasted all year. Iohn coordinated all of the activities ol Hello Week and Be Up - Clean Up Week. Ierry assisted Iohn and was in charge of the Father and Son Banquet and a special boys' assembly in the spring. Oh, what a day for clean-up. vwnettm.-,..:-L. .t - we .. ...,..,. ,f...-,.u. .AL. ,.,. . l, . V Row I: Lee Fletcher, Gearge Hulse, Ierry Bibert, Ray Senkel, Richard Shaffner, Ben Ebbeson, Gary Countryman, lim Heldman, Bob Overstreet, Fred Eeterson, Ron Power. Row ll: Alvin Power, Bill Stuart, LeRoy Miller, Rich Cerkoney, Mickey Wilcox, Ron Landskroner, Duane Hought, Larry Alldritt, Vernon Marks, Giff Powell, Darl McAllister. Row III: lim Muhr, Clayton Lawson, Fred Crafts, David l-lazlitt, lack Bennett, Roger Wood, lim Gowdy, lack Hoey, Doug Brown, Gary Wolfe, Roy Morse, Lynn Coons, Tom Slocum. Row IV: Ray Allen, Bill Horner, Terry O'Rourke, Charles Wilson, Bob Kraus, Randy Iackson, lim Coleman, Iohn Reed, Walt Neylon, Gary Powell, Bob Edison, Leonard Ball, Iirn Kane, Mr. Hayes. COUNCIL The Axemen's Council, another leading organiza- tion in Eugene High School, is made up of all the boys in the student body. The business of the organization is carried on by the cabinet. Also assisting the cabinet is the representative council. Elected and appointed officers make up the cabinet, while the representative council is composed of representatives elected from each of the roll rooms. The cabinet and council meet every other week as a group to plan their future ac- tivities. Each year the Axemen's Council works hard pub- lishing AXEHANDLES, a staff-student telephone direc- tory. This directory consists of names, addresses, and telephone numbers of the teachers, students, and school personnel. Hello Week, Be Up - Clean Up Week, and Father and Son Banquet'are among the events sponsored by the Axemen's Council. Each special week has its purpose. Hello Week is held the first week of school, and its purpose is to get the school year off to a good start. Be Up - Clean Up Week, a traditional spring clean up week, is held a week before spring vacation. The Father and Son Banquet was revived this year for the first time in ten years, and was quite a success. Sllll Stop! Buy an Axehandle. SENIOR CLASS COUNCIL Row 1: Keith Newsom, Tod Lundy, Steve Hoffman, Craiq Bushman, Chuck Laird, Dallas Dodge, Kent Yockey. Row 2: Leo Holland, Karen Hayes, Patty Berg, Dorothy Caddy, Sheri Anderson, Ginena Dulley, lack Thornburq. IUNIOR CLASS COUNCIL n , . .. f ' Ski ,,.,, 1,,,,,,,, ,f1..srf.m:.z Row I: lack Mattison, Linda Myrmo, Linda Owen, Gretchen Smith, Iulie Hampton, Betty Thompson, Bonnie Burton, Tom Henshaw. Roy II: Dan Guthrie, Tom Iones, Ed Heam, Harold Lang, Lani Burcham, Iuanita Conner, Harold Kennedy, lohn Tysell. How III: Larry Senn, John Hiatt, Larry Rubenstein, Dale Dillingham, Harry Diehl, Mike Matychuck, Bob Saunders, Mr. Trusty. i -- ,, ,iLr:i.'i,"'i:.-"ill SOPHOMORE CLASS COUNCIL Row I: Marilyn Herman, Carol Scott, Connie Wilson, Ioy Rubenstein, Nicki Harkins, Sue Ienmnqs, Dianne Puett, Linda Gould. Row II: Kenny Russell, lock Edblom, lay Cowen, Dan O'Connell, Terry McCracken, Rich Curtis, Larry Hirons, Ierry Lesan, Sharon Ankrom, ludy Stute. Row III: Linda Puriqraski, lulie Stewart, Warren lohnson, Pat Shiley, Larry Parker. Kav Williams. Marv Ellen lmlfs. INTER-CLUB CONGRESS .Q-ang, --.I - 1 Row 1: Celeste Maxwell, Siqrid Goldsmith, Louise Grubbe, Pat Cleveland, Genevieve Lobauqh, Coralynn Lyons, Mary Ann Ashley, Linda Coppinq, Deanna Davis. Row 2: Nancy lean Hall, Margaret Lemon, Gloria Darold, Sandra Brown, Linda Lee, Alma Evans, Sharon Lay, Mary Roberts, Colene Garoutte, Row 3: Iohn l-lult, Stu Kingsley, David Lernery, Steve Charles, Scott Vtfood, Tony Peterson, Don David, Mr, Huff. Row 4: Ernest Tilley, Lynn Coons, Paul Barber, David Coe, Walt Coburn, Gary Kuhl, Gordon Mills, Gary Wickstrom, Iirn Hale, Good meal Good time E5 These typical qreelers? i Eugenean editor, Iudy l-lendershott, spent her year urging the staff on, hoping they would complete their sections on schedule. Although she spent many hours worrying, she gained no grey hairs. EUGENEAN The EUGENEAN, Eugene High's most popular book, is published annually by the students. lt is a pictorial story of the year's events. All subjects from sports and dances to student leaders and club activities are cov- ered. This year the staff worked a full period every day to have the EUGENEAN published before Iune. The planning and completion of it were supervised by the editor and her assistants. The main jobs were planning each sectionQ cutting and pasting pictures, writing stories, and finally waiting anxiously for the results of a year's hard labor. The cost of the EUGENEAN was almost six thousand dollars this year. Because the annual is self-support- ing, orders from the students were taken at the begin- ning of the year. The remainder of the necessary money was received from ads and subscriptions from the Eugene may-rchants Money was a necessary factor, but time and'hard work were even more important. The EUGENEAN staff sincerely hopes that every stu- dent enjoys this year's annual. As copy editor, Martha Blackburn was second in command of the staff. She was in charge of sending and receiving all copy which is the print- ing worlds name for stories and all other printed material. Martha spent part of her time design- ing the cover and title page. 'Y' l Cheryl Swan, business manager of the Eu- genecm, began the year planning the budget and Spent much of her time seeing that the staff kept W1llil1I'1.ll. Managing the selling of ads plus the designing of the ads and the end sheets com- pleted her job. The Eugenean photographers, Iohn Trenholme and Wes Weathers, were seen at many of E.H.S.'s social and athletic events with their cameras and strobes. The two fellows spent much time working outside of class taking pictures. if ,tt,,,t,, t T er tv Photography manager, Freddy Cratts, and clerk, Ierry Texley, were two of the Eugenean staff's hardest working members. Freddy's chief job was managing Lthe photography schedule. Ierry assisted Freddy by filing all pictures and by running errands. -6' rtr 25 ' 1 5 f a th 515' ig -fx 'fr gm 5 , 4 ,ft , if W 'YH U , .i I-lead of the faculty section, Phyllis Culbertson, found it necessary to Work with the faculty mem- bers, such as Mr. Hayes, advisor, in order to gather information about them. 'f' 5 'S lo Ann Wildish, Marsha Miller, and Sandy Hemmingsen were three of the happiest members of the Eugenean staff. As coordinators of the stu- dent activity section, they took charge of club, class officer, and student body officer pictures. X ls Linda Owen, Muriel Westerlund, Glenda Smith, and Sally Scarvie did the secretarial work for the annual. Linda and Muriel had the time-consuming job of compiling the index. Glenda and Sally did much typing while keeping the records straight and r-nrrocnnnrlinn vtfitln the nnhlielhor Iudy Lee Rushing, Lani Burcham, Susan Lynes, and Nancy Balls Worked together on classes. ludy Lee and Nancy managed the senior class section, While Lani and Susan had underclassmen. 'S wl- was four capable persons, Linda Myrmo, Rebajo Fretwell, Don Lawrence, and Sheldon Thorne. Because the section covered many events, it was necessary for them to Work closely to avoid duplication, managed 's My-ax, ' oe Powers and Lynn Vlerling were the four enthusiastic members of the ads staff. They spent many hours down town sell- ing pages in the Eugenoan to Eugene merchants for advertising soccer l vw Bill Cochran, How 1: Sharon Horton, Carolyn Parque, Pat Christiansen, Sandra Davis ,Bar bara Branstord. Bow 2: Miss Gibson, Ioyce Brock, Linda Erickson, Sue Dawe. Ioyce Fraley, Pal Gozo. Row 3: Iohn Albino, Walt Osborn, Galen McBee, fi Pat Christiansen Carolyn Parque cO-EditOf w C0'Ed1t0f -IQ g Y Ah yes, it is 2:30. Every other week the E. H. S. News was published. This furnished, for the students of Eugene High, a means ot learning about future happenings. lt also recorded the events in such a manner that a com- plete history could be kept. Besides being a social calendar and a record ol history, the E. H. S. News served as the main means of communication among the students in the school. School policies and sug- gestions were played up in the editorials and letters to the editors. Working on the News statt meant a never-ceasing job for all of the members, especially the editors and Miss Gibson, who cheerfully advised them. ln the two week period between each paper the staff was kept busy every day, either gathering the news and writing it up or selling ads. Because only halt of the necessary money was provided by the student body, the other half had to be supplied by advertising. Although regular news occupied the largest part ot the News, usually one page was devoted to sports. "Grinding the Axe" and the "Car of the Month" were the main regular features on the sports page. During the winter months "Waxing the Grove" contained highlights ot the ski season. "I-lixson's Hecklesj' the joke column, brightened many days for some of the more pessimistic students. "BI's Beat" and "Bon Banter" were two ot the other regular columns. This year the E. H. S. News covered all phases of school news in an outstanding manner. HANDBOOK STAFFW-Wm-Mmwfwlsw 5 P li i P . ,K , W 'rg rn I W H 'V Sh' 'lr ' ' 'ill K lm' 'ON fr 1,3-w 'Q' Q 1 J gf Y x ILA? 'P fl-Y P 'iii P I? f P 'J -: B-Quai msg, Y Leo Holland, Margaret I ' - f Christensen. Row 2: Patty Pederson, Phyllis Culbertson, Lucy Hari, Siephanie W X., Beck, Carol Eskola, Lani Burcham. 4 . . , Row 1: Iudy Rushing, Gloria Metcalf, Marsha Miller, Marsha Miller Leo Holland Co-Editor Co-Editor Press Rolls! Putting the paper to bed. A CAPPELLA E s l C g ,. Row 1: Mr. Brockway, Sharon Anderson, Nancy Bear, Carole Burgess, Muriel Westerlund, Marqe Coffey, Bette Lush, Dave Griffith, It Tysell, Mike Flaniqan, Don Erwin, Scott Wood, Dona Huffman, Deanna Stenshoel, lane Ch'en, Gloria Johnson, Pat Cleveland. Row 2: Gretcl Smith, Darlene Smith, loan Barber, Ianice Bichins, Tamyra Turner, Gretchen Vos, Iohn Hull, Dave Powell, lim Bisinqer, Gordon Madsen, Geo Blain, Clyde Beat, Lynn l-lufstader, Carl Lonq, Marvin Polensky, Betty Bylund, Kay Krebs, Sally May, Barbara lohnson, Carolyn Lake. F 3: Barbara Ianzia, Shirley locelyn, Sabine Phelps, Marilee Edmiston, lane Taber, Iudy Boyer, Dennis McCorkle, Leo Holland, Bon Haw, CHDIR . 5 , ,Q 5 it 5 , ? ,Q by 1, 4 5 c ,. , it .l l , A 5 1 4: l?.3 -mx-iw Y f 5 , - G , , , , . 5 E I b ,ww G 1 g it , i ii l l Q 1 ,1 A 2 .. i 5 ,Q , - fs V , rre-11 Mahony, Dennis McClure, Gordon Olson, Allen Erickson, Winton Uchytil, Gary VVolfe, Dick Barber, Sandra Lohikoski, Iudy Drury, este Maxwell, Nancy Chaney, Lynn Pyle. Row 4: Mollie Wilcox, Iudy Wood, Genevieve Lobauqh, Muriel Cass, Carol Cykler, Gay Gil- tson, Fred Hoffman, Bob Wilcut, Ralph Harris, Kent Yockey, Denny Estvold, Lou Parmenter, Dave King, Ron Sikes, Ieff Mickelson, Neil ldschmidt, Monte Ausland, Bob Goldsmith, Linda Wright, Helen Scneidau, Terry Foskett, Glenda Brown, Lucy Hart. BAND mm mul! L-nn juli Row 1: Coralyn Lyons, David Leeper, Mollie Wilcox, Nancy Thompson, Dianne Dressiei, iviarcia Ayres. Row 2: Mary Ann Ashley, Frc I-lains, Leanne Lauritzen Marilyn Brink, Allen Nixon, Lee Henderson, Nancy Woodin, lim Bonny, Mary Ann Woodson. Row 3: Delora I ' ' ' ' h d L lc' , R bin Miller, Dave Powell, ' Patty Roblyer, Bill Forester, Marilyn Bolin, Tina Shultis, Ioyce Eickmeyer, lohnny Yarbrough, Ric ar a in o Crouse, Gay Gilbertson, Carolyn Bureker. Row 4: Gary Arne, Barbara Ianziq, Nancy Switzer, Tom Crowder, Siqrid Goldsmith, Craig Pc ,.-mar'-0""' fr -nr-M' Row 1: Sandra Davis, Sharon Anderson, Iohn Hull, Kay Torvik, Delores Fisher, Ed Deqner, Karren Kerr ' ' l P t Vies Delores Cartwright. Row 2: Barbara Iohnson, Carolyn Hughes, Burnell Buck, Philora Mil er, a sy Sharon Anderson M, President ..., l'fVEl L X0-,wi , . fi 1' Z i ,L . -- ' 'MT , xi' qi, K Hun' ,lu X' ' , ' ' " Xl. My 7 , 7 -, ,gf -L. K' M af. AL' " N' - . N' -W gk , ' ' . .W , ' .. A ,, , F F' " win - 'W ' A Am f 1 N Q-1 4 s'Eft'i H I J. if' 124, jf? ' --Q fe-:sf ' A . .ffm-,': 'K pp. New ,4-A M' NN ,af X I 11 i, 5 bww! I fi ! .fl, 3 57.9 , rp, , 3 M, A f V 4 vi f L. 'gg ,... ,.,k 9 gf. kg E Q ', 'fi ' i ' 4? f if ba Q ,H p . .LH 4 ,. b Q45 f ,XG PURPLE PIPERS ,,,, ,,1, , , W ,,,,2,T, . . , up f at 0 i n Tysell, Dona Hufiman, Bob Goldsmith, Muriel Cass, Leo Holland, Ioan Barber, Dave Kina, Terry Foskett, Lou Parmenter, Row I: Kay Krebs, lah Molly Wilcox, Clyde Beat, Gretchen Smith, David Gritieth, Pat Cleveland, Mike Flaniqan, Marqe Coffee. IUNIOR BAND if , . , ' it viii ., if rf, 2 ' ' 51 Row 1: Bernice Svaverud, Bill Bryant, Wendell Gray, Mike Montell, Terry Tolson, Dixie Huffman. Row 2: Greg Bru- nia, lim Lemery, Carlene Smith, Iames McClaim, Gilbert Godell, lay Weeden, Guy Iacobs, Wesely Weathers, Dale M Christiansen, Michael Elder, Row 3: lanice Scott, Barbara Gilbert, Huqhie Irvin, lohn Davis, Steve Groit, Bob Turpeninq, Larry Simmons, Howard Richards, Kent Chase, Ron Maine. Row 4: Ken Woodward, Gary May, Mr. Madsen, Don Montell, Gary Howard, Larry Bloom, Ierry Texley. - '- x ' Wrzrff, A . Ti Dennis Rice President H '.55Z'l il i 's , .., Ze 9 5 iv , l ki, X X x. X - . h f t , 5' if ' t 1 '4 f' 1 7 1 v fl A, , 1 l I I ' 'JX 4 D I l - 1 V' 1 ' ' 6: W Row I: Marilyn Person, Mary Montgomery, Marilyn Pearson, Ioy Evashanko Lana Laws Janice Tift Dianne Luck d lu y Kelts, Sharon Karie, Susan Ash. lanice Scott, LeAnn Westeriund, Roberta Beddow. Row II: Karen Iacobsen, lean Hinksori, Iudy Gandy, Patsy Pitts, Darlene Eberhardt, Brenda Gustafson, Carolyn Kress, Mari eifleynolds, Barbara Copping, Kay Torvik, Betty Shoup, Sally Fox. Row III: Linda Chapman, Karen Hendrichson, Virginia Flint, Ioan Baueriy, Iudy Schaffer, Rebecca Grove, Barbara Iacobs, ludy Kress, Linda Cournoyer, Maureen Noli, Linda Couig, Karen Iordon, Iudy Hearn, Marie Ellen Iuiifs, Mary Frowt, Shannon Mitcheli, Mary Griffiths, Ianet Wiison. Row IV: Mary Aibro, Deanne Morrow, Ann'Armes, Iudy Sikes, Carolyn Hughes, Linda Hcined, Sheryl Schieicher, Dixie Cham- bers, Barbara Ford, Iudy Iohnson, Barbara Brumlye, Burneil Buck Ioan McMahan, Charlotte Deseker, Marietta Nick- olson, leanette May, ludy McCullough, Sue Mowen, Elsie Muhr. , e MODERN MUSIC , 1 Y 3 at W ' '1 -' ' - 'I' ' Row I: Pat Cleveland, Gretchen Vos, Bette Shoup, Muriel Westeriund, Coralyn Lyons, Bette Lush, Marilyn I Brink, Terry Friskett. How II: ludy Keits, lane Ch'en, Le Ann Westerlurid, Donna Hoffman, Barbara Iohnson, Grctchan Smith, Sabine Phelps, Marilee Edmiston, Tarnyra Turner. Row III: Mr. Madsen, Mary Ann Ash- ley, loan Barber, Sandra Davis, Sharon Anderson, Frances Haines, Dixie Chambers, Eiaine Prince, Darlene gmith. How IV: Glenda Brown, Moliy Wilcox, Muriel Cass, Gary Crouse, Scott Wood, David Griffith, B b O oldsmith, Claire Doggett, Lynn Pyle, Genevieve Loivauah, xl 0315 Us X Row 1: Iudy Washburn, Linda Erickson, Karen Schreiner, Shirley McGuire, Nancy Aris, Diane Su Shane, Nancy Ann Hal lanice Richins, loan Bauerly, Nancy Boles. How 2: Gerry Chapman, ludy Iohnson, Christine Franz, Paralyn White, Iudy Giesj Karen lacalvsen, Vrrainrr Slrile, lnarid Derkatsch, Eunice Penniston. Row S: ludy Luck, lo Ann Sustello, Iudy McShatko, Marycil Bulm, Iudy Srkes, Kathy Wilkinson, Iudy Carter, Sandra Burdici, Dorothy larnes, Myra Bush. Row 4: Malanie Cox, Dorothy lone: Larry Knox, Peter Hendrickson, Allen Erickson, Harold Davis, Richard Deney, Pat Godell, Glenda Barnes, Charlene Worminqtox Diane DuShane President 1N'E"Dl'f . 4 f i l I Row 1: Nancy Wicklund, Iudy Brown, Carolyn Bureker, Deanna Max, Barbara Morgan, Marguerite Lanqan, Nancy Woodin. Row 2: Linda Puriqraske, Marqret Lemon, Karen Surnmers, Ruth Holmes, Judith Boles, Marilyn Brink, Gretchen Vos, loan Barber, Sue Wheeler, Mr. Allison. How 3: lohn Gould, Met Wilson, lim Gardner, Dennis Newman, Hon Srkes, David Kina, Tom Ness, Wiley Wright, Kenny Erb, Don David. MAIOR MAGIC MIRRORS no . Y 5 .... .. , K V Row I: Sandy Cook, lay Baumann, Barbara McCabe, Dianne Kovtynovich, Linda Myrmo, Sandra Epple, Barbara Reed, Alma Evans, Marian Squires, Sandy Hemmingsen, Lynne Cushing, Susan Lynes, Bonnie Burton. Row ll: Mrs. Barnhart, Cecile Hackett, Maxine Penselin, Barbara Titland, Mary Ann Baarstad, Marian Miller, Gerry Edmiston, lean Ruthven, Betty Reed, Donna Iohnson, loanne McDonald, Barbara Iacobsen, Patsy Pitts. How III: Carol Graslie, Cor- delia Yates, loyce Rosen, Ioan Pine, Karen Campbell, Karen Buckee, Deanna McCard, Marian Bently, ludy Doreman, Gay Sparrow, Sharon Carle, Kay Marquis. Row IV: Donna Walters, Donna Days, Linda Klizke, Helen Schneidau, Le Ann Robertson, Doris Tuning, Marilyn Pearson, Iosephine Givens, Mary Ellen Goin, Gail Walkley, Sue Green, Bonnie Wheat, Bonnie Thompson, Hazel Short. Row V: Mardelle Traylor, Norma Ware, Colleen Iohnson, Iane Tabor, Colleen . . . Brown, Mary Wells, Carolyn Johnson, Sandra Pappel, Iohnelle Rogers, Georgia Chandler, Charlotte Tobin, Iulie v1rguua.DeMo55 Hampton, Gay Fjalstad, Carol Archer. President MINOR MAGIC MIRRORS I Row l: Sheron Biqgerstatf, Gail Merrill, Ioyce Hounshell, Ianet Lindstrom Kappy Lundy, lane Campbell, Linda Hill, Kathy Kan- nasto, IoAnn Hockiday, Iudy Barker, Ianice Vandiveer, Dianne Bressler, Lynda McCarty. Row 2: Marilyn Terrill, Ioyce Collar, Don- na Hicks, Ellen Madsen, Margaret Ayres, Deanna Summers, Ianice Evanston, lan Ruthven, Sally Bornholz, Sally Carper, Barbara Gilbert, Ianice Scott. Row 3: Ianet Peterson, Virginia Rice, Pat Hinds, Virginia lackson, Donna Brown, Iudy Carmickle, Tarley Mc- Millian, Patti Smith, Karen Draqt, Marilyn Campbell, Sue Walker, Sally Fox, Shirley Iensen. How 4: Marilyn Rodenberger, Norma Thenell, Carol Silliman, Kathy Hushour, Pat Cracker, Kathy Ketchum, IoAnn Lopuson, Ioyce Halseybrook, Zulla Tiffee, Bonnie Aird. Marv Albro, Carol Spence, Ridenhour. ,une Campbell President LATIN CLUB 'N 'Q How 1: Gretchen Bos, Mary Anne Ashley, Claire Daqgett, Muriel Cass, Delores Ruff, Carol Eskola, Barbara Brans- ford. Row 2: Tish Kleinman, Morene Scott, Barbara Sitzman, Barbara Iohnson, Kay Pooser, Sharon Arent, Charla Royston, Iudy Winters, Pat Christenson. Row 3: Sue Ienninqs, Connie Wilson, Nancy Pitchford, Ioy Rubenstein, Kathy Wilkinson, ludy McShatko, Barbara Daily, Linda Aldritt, Mr. Daqqett, lulie Bock. Row 4: Kathy Leslie, Diane Bressler, Chuck Cameron, George Wiley, Bill Myers, Ted l-lenke, Paul Iarvis, Irene Street, Sandy Whitney., Dolores Huff President CLUB Y WSI' 'T K 1 4 How I: Marilyn Everett, Iudy Hendershott, Barbara Bransford, Glenda Brown, Genevieve Lobaugh, Ellen Dodge, Iudy Martin. How Il: Ioanne Sustello, Ingrid Derkatsch, Nancy Huntington, Stevie Beck, Dianne Du- Shane, Miss Adams. Row Ill: Sue Clark, David Leeper, lack Bennett, Gordon Mills, Keith Iohnson, Pat Parker, Chuck Laird. 1 . 'f u S s ' ff? - B B s Gordon Mills President SPANISH CLUB C7 G1 l it 1, G i It Gordon Tumer President 'Z Q9 Row I: Margaret Lemon, Page Mohler, Karen Horton, Le-Ann Lauritzen, Sue Clark, Louise Grubbe, Bette Lush, Nancy Hall, Row Il: Iudy Kelts, Marian Rogers, Betty Miller, Verna Koberstein, Deanne Rasmussen, Sheri Pearl, Donna Reed, Nancy,Bolls. Row III: Josephine Givens, Sue Mowen, Sue Dawe, Gordon Turner, Keith Newsorn Gordon Mills, Pat Godell, Iudy Wood, Mary Seal. "Good idea: aftemoon siestaf' , 8 130' if It Qu'est-ce que c'est? Membership in the different language clubs was open to all those students who had had one or more years ot language. These clubs were social in nature, with meetings being held outside the school and when needed. Activities of these clubs usually included initiation in the fall with various other activities dur- ing the rest of the year. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS LEAGUE "Q M ' A , limi- ' C ,. . , ' wtszw , , or -W Q kffgfmqgm ,..., 7 WI' N 1 " '15, Zi , , I ' I C, g .y1Q2, rl V A LLIA , 'ffm it If l J A if KX x Marion Johnson President -Q., 5 P 73' 35, v f if . 5 Row 1: Judy Martin, Karen Hendrickson, Judy Hendershott, Sue Clark, Bette Lush, Joan Bauerly, Sheri Pearl Carol Eskola, Marion Johnson, Marsha Miller, Genevieve Lobaugh, Lynn Pyle, Dianne Childress, Gretchen' Vos, Carolyn Shaw, Frances Haines, Siqirid Goldsmith, Arlene l-lixson, Linda Erickson, Joyce Eliott, Row 2 Mr. Webkinq, Mary Griifith, Christine Franz, Carolyn Shepard, Patty Sorenson, Celeste Lambert, Sharor Abbott, Waldene Davis, Claire Daqqeii, Judy Johnson, Deanne Morrow, Nancy Chaney, Barbara Johnson Barbara Sitzman, Mary Frost, Kay Tozvick, Darlene Myers, Kay Brown, Mrs. Wilmot. Row 3: Betty Shoup Mary Ann Ashley, Anne Hush, Paulinka O'Donohue, Judy Luske, Linda Mackpranq, Sandra Clark, Carolyr Kress, Karen Korstad, Donna Shatters, Geri Chapman, Sandy Cook, Dianne Dixon, Darlene Bradway, Kari: ..,.,,,,,,,,,,-Q 55 "Indian" delegation Ialias E.H.S. nativesl hashes over a matter Panorama view of HU- N- Gerlerdl ASSGIT'blY," with EH- of worldshaking impommce, delegation in right center. YXLDEK V LU Q ,", Wear- WW' .fN"- ,x ' T rf , Hi Qs 'I Mo, 4' ' E Q S, Mgr - . f I ' t 3 y 1' WU 1' Summers, Sally Scorvie, IaAnn Wildish, Pay Allen, Gordon Turner, Deanna Stenshoel. Row 4: Carolyn Hughes, Gloria Reinertson, Mary Ellen Iuilfs, Kathy Wilkinson, Sheryl Schleischer, ludy Sikes, Kathryn Leslley, Tish Kleinman, Iudy McShatko, Beverly Martin, Carol Olsen, Linda Owen, Ieanne Hartman, Barbara Reed, Sandra Epple, Sandra Hemmingsen, Deanna Max, Mary Barney, Ron Rubenstein, Doug Brown, lim Starkweather, Carol Warren. Row 5: Iudy Ward, Carol Scott, Muriel Cass, Pat Cleveland, Marqurite Langan, Barbara Morgan, Martha Blackburn, Linda Myrmo, Lani Burcham, Gordon Mills, Dave Winn, Keith Newsom, Tom Slocum, Ioe Power, Gary Burnett, Steve Hintz, Don Smith, Don David, Dave Hall, Iay Henslee, Larry Rohrbacker, Edna Ward. Row S: Iudy Rushing, Iudy letters, Stevie Beck, Phyllis Culber- son, Marion McCullouqhly, Pat Hill, Nancy Woodin, Maraaret Lemon, Karen Horton, Ellen Dodge, Nancy Hall. 1 1331 Q, lx .4 xg I -is- -, .3-i '3 . --Lefty" Contributed his Don't you agree Mr. Webking? DRAMA CLUB gg MI iv ' 'A Q' Row 1: Virginia Ownbey, Mary lo Guske, Sharon Tarpenning, Karen Perkins, Shannon Metcail, Becky Tullar, Mari- j, I lyn Forrster, Margaret Griggs, Iudy leffers, loanne Wildish, Nancy Hall, Giff Powell, Diane Childress, Marilyn Treade . " M well, Edna Ward, Pat Christensen, Arlene I-lixon, Carol Green, Eloise lohnson, Barbara Knox, Maryemma Montgomery, A Q W ,,,- 'lf Maureena Knoll. Row 2: Judy Bolles, Ann Armes, Tish Kleinmann, Ianice Raab, Barbara Klabunder, leanne Tyack, Gif! Powell President THESPIANE +A 1 1 -,, Ag mkwf 'Wm' ..ui- ' Dave NanCY : D' L k, M llen Lee, Celeste Maxwell, Murial Cass, t I l , I gg: gg M:-xrgaqcl-Zinc, Reiersgaard, Ian Calavan, Mary Haworth, Bonnie Heddmqerl, DOH'EfW1H, Dick Getty How 3: Bob Keith, Tom Ness, Dennis Newman, Ken Mcxsterson, Gifi Powell, R011 Slkes. Phil Mannequ- Presldent N E 2 it 'T 'udy McCulloch, Barbara l-luse, Sheri Pearl, Lenore Glen, Patti Milligan, Mr. Haqozzino, Susan Ash, Dena Anderson, Linda Cooper, Sharon Abbott, viartha Brown, Sherry Iames, Deanne Morrow, Barbara Ianziq, Cheryl Schleicher, Denni Mattingly, Charlene Steele, Iudy Kern. Row 3: Garth Elmore, Wendell lohnson, Duane Houqht, Norman Miller, Dick Getty, Nyle Elliott, Ken Masterson, Fred Millett, Iohn Tysell, Rhea Dare Harding, lack Bennett 'im Christiansen, Dick Caton, lohn Dayton, Steve Hintz, Lee Turnbull, Tom Ivy, Terry Davis, Dick Webb, Mary Io Guske, Linda Rayburn. 1 W l runnin' A w lilac? "The Innocents" L it PEP CLUB L , L A s . L tl t , , . ,L yy - r W, r begin ft - A ,iw A b - ' L' f " E H N Y K A ,:,N 6 V VV K ir , , , or r . - 4 . Nm ig . A V. EE, , , ! K VVA' . , 1 S A J ,.,r . H ir V' U t, N f H if rlrl ' to r W , 1 L it a,,t Q, , is S 'K 4 l 4 1 L'-., 1 .5 'J ,wiv Rf' We 1 t ,,, : , K wi ,A rt W , Q, , I -Q . 13 . gi. 3' .Q f inf fl , H " Q k i c , yy at 5 fy i, T, , Kneeling: Norma Maier, Sandy Whitney, Irene Street, Sally May, lanice Tift, Pat Tuttle. Row 1: Nancy Re B' V' l1t" ' ludy MCC A, L ullough, Sharon Tarpenning, Bette Shoup, loan Bauerly, Carolynn Lyons, Linda Fjalstad, Pa Lucy Hart President Pederson, ludy Rushing, loAnn Heidgerker, Dianne Lee, Patty Berg, Lucy I-lart, Sylvia Skorpen, Phy Culbertson, lean Russell, Gloria Darold, Marilyn Griggs, Charlotte Tobin, Barbara I-luse, Sharon I-lort Marilyn Dyer, Mary Ann Ashley, Diane Lynch, Charlotte Nelson, Leanne Lauritzen, Sue Barlow, Tami Turner. Row 2: Leota Brown, Sandra Bays, Cynthia Sorenson, Clerese Chalmers, Karen Hayes, Donne Lopuson, Elsie Muhr, loAnn Wildish, Barbara Copping, Sue Clark, Deanne Rasmussen, Karen l-lendri son, Bonnie l-leddinger, Ginena Dulley, Sherri Anderson, Ioan Barber, Carole Burgess, Sheri Pearl, Bette Lu Maryellen Lee, Pat Parker, Iudy letters, Stevie Beck, Muriel Cass, Gloria Metcalf, Dorothy Caddy, Charr lee Spencer, lanet lanes, Ioyce Rosen. Row 3: Page Mahler, Margaret Christensen, Alice Tucker, Eloj Walker, Diana Donohue, Karrin Olson, Diane Pearson, Marian Squires, Sheryl Swan, Iackie Klenk, El Dodge, Karen Horton, ludy Martin, Diane DuShane, Darlene Smith, Marian Miller, Karen Friberg, Marge C fee, Gretchen Vos, Caroyne Getchall, Karen Schreiner, Patti Milligan, Barbara Hall, Muriel Westerlund, M garet Griggs, Colleen Iohnson, Shirley McGuire, Eleanor Mackrill, Ieannette Stutz, Linda Hoiting. Row A , W K 3 3 3 brt. .V M 1,4 gk H I W, A I t . -I 1, H ' - -M L , W- 4 ff eg tae: Linda Gould President Vg " ' i'aa 0 M , I' V rg-ll 9 Vx F' ' W.. , -N .af ' 'Q N, 'W K , , ' 3 A , M ' it 3' rr 'W 'Vt 'N' ' W' f , - str "' t . , 1-,"" , wt, "2 A, ' K me v ,Q A W -, ,- M ,, ,K ? .. V L 4 A 2 :ZI ay , 9 , :till -. I . . G gt A W' 3 , ,, 'L flaw Row 1: Helen Biggs, Carol Olson, Peggy Fuller, Iudy Coe, Betsy Fraser, Pat Cracker, Caroline Barney, Merril, Sheron Biqgerstatt, Mary Io Guske, Sue Jennings, Marilyn Herrman, Sue Walker, Sharon Lay, L Gould, Trudy ludd, Ruthie Bartle, Denise Cypcar, lanet Lindstrom, Kappy Lundy, Ioanne Kiess, loy Ru stein, Linda Hill, leannie Overstreet. Row 2: Patty Robyler, Karla Hudson, Donna Lambert, Kathryn Le Anne Armes, Kathy Kannasto, Diane Bressler, Barbara Grant, lean Beckos, Nicki I-larkins, Carolyn Tray Kitty Button, Sue l-loven, Barbara England, Kay Willemson, Ianice Vandivier, Ianice Lewis, Connie Wi Lynda Rayburn, Patty Perlich, Nancy Pitchford, Nancy Wicklund, Sharon Iette, Kathryn Racely. Row Georgia Shoup, Susan France, Karen Thurman, Carol Scott, ludy Schroeder, Sandy Stuart, Karen lor Brenda Papke, Lynda Giesler, Evelyn Cahn, Marcia Bishop, Iudy Barker, ludy Hearn, Ioyce Holseybi Sandy Smith, Sara Seal, Judy Golden, Eleanor Menkens, Iudy Rosman, Dixie Purviance, Iewell Quick, l Foote, Doris Waldorf. How 4: Carolyn Scheidt, IaAnn Lopuson, Kathy Ketchum, Mary Griffith, Linda C noyer, Cheryl Schleicher, Kathy Wilkinson, Linda Allrlritt. Gloria Reinertson, MarY Ellen luilfs, lo if Q 'Ei fi . Q r . 5 ' f M-. M . , -1 M, . , ' " f 1 ,z , -i 3' it seiiisli ggi Eflcl incy Newman, Diane Ruthven, Delores Butt, Nita Harvey, Carolyn Emerson, Chris Law, Sandy Ftubiert. Sandy' Gum, Marian Iohnson, Glenda Dwn, loyce Brock, Pat lohnston, Diane Lonberg, Gerry Edminston, Betty Bylund, Carolyn Lake, Carol Eskola, Sally Scarvie, Marilyn Brink, :ine Hahn, Sandra Springer, ludy Hought, Pat Christensen, Deanna Davis, Maiilee Miller, Edna Ward, Barbara Watson. Row 5: ludy ood, Lawrene Fleming, Deanna Bryant, Ioy Wilkenson, Becky Groves, Gloria lohnson, Linda Wright, Sabine Phelps, Gretchen Smith, ereca lsaac, Linda Young, Christina Shultis, Iudy Shatter, Iudy Boyer, leanne Tyack, Barbara Klayhunder, Iackie Hughes, Linda Owen, ndy Hemmingsen, Sandra Epple, Sandy Cook, Betty Harry, Bebajo Eretwell, Marcia Lyons, Sharon Anderson, Marilyn Treadwell, Marsha ller. Row G: leannette May, Sue Dawe, Sue Mowen, Lynn Pyle, Genevieve Lobaugh, Wanda Conner, Ellen Powell, Claire Daggett, Sandra veall, Susan Ash, Geri Chapman, Martha Blackburn, Kay Perry Lani Burcham, Kay Haun, LeAnn Westerlund, Sandra Brown, lane Chen, rbara Lee, Connie Landers, Sharon Tullar, Eva Clark, Carolyn Bureker, Sharon Abbott, Barbara Brouhard, Gloria Brown. Row 7: ludy ess, Barbara Morgan, Sigrid Goldsmith, Carolyn Shaw, Nancy Hall, Linda Thiessen, Bonnie Burton, leanne Hartman, Diane Kovtynovich, ida Myrmo, Brenda Wilson, Mary Barney, Deanne Max, Barbara Bransford, Carolyn Fargue, Celeste Maxwell, Marilyn Pearson, Eidela znsen, Linda Erickson, Pat Hill, Arleen Hixon, Carol Thorton, Iudy Knight, Iune Norris, Edith Clingenpeel. , r -f 1""'?HATCHETS me ,T it 'R 1 l '. -' ir- 4" ' - L . it B l , , so l M ,, ,E ,ig in L y ,am l, A , ,, y W an 1 , D . 8 y . I 'VNV' , r Wu, r K an Q tv '1 ,M l -. YH Q H - -2, ' Q - s ity, 'im ' .. H ., s w S S?" QL it W' ' fr is E . r 5. . , 'M A in .. Q ,. E , .L V' ,' ' ,si . ,," Pi A ,aft I ' ef "W Q, W ' ps- xml' tr I 2 . liiil A P . H ,f 'W' Q ' o K-1, , M 112, - 'L "' ,s wr ' f ' , s. 1. C ' i 4 1 .rf C. W - . , 9- V 2 ' . ' , ,,, , . -' k Q' i ' , i rkaday, Roberta Autderheide, Betty Field, Nancy David, Linda Chapman, Sally Fox, lanet Peterson, Edwena Newman, Iudy Giesy, lane gen, Nancy Taylor, Kay Brown, loyce Elliott, Sandy Bryan. Row 5: Nancy Sprague, Dixie Hill, Nancy Harris, Donna Richmond, Tish inmiin, ludy Sikes, Edith Allen, Shar Hildebrand, Sharon Ankrorn, Roberta Mast, Beverly Martin, Phyllis Clingenpeel, llse Wenderoth, aa Daire Harding, Melanie Cox, Sally Carper, Sandy Clark, Lola Fish, Leslie Pierce, Ianet Yarbrough, Linda Webster, Carol McBee. .v B: Delores Cartwright, Norma Thenellt, loan Estvold, Nancy Dunlap, Iackie Price, ludy Brown, Iill Schlesinger, Wanda Mead, Barbara bert, loan Smith, Sharon Strong, Linda Daudel, loan Darling, Milly McNutt, Kay McPherson, Dianne Puett, Diana Miller, Zulla Tiifee, inte Tarpening, Linda Mar'Prang, Iudy MacShato, lulie Bock, lanice Baab, Barbara Bailey, Diane Bresseler. Row 7: Bonnie Aird, Mary in Sole-im, Margaret Simmons, Beverly Gillespie, Kathy Ieftries, Karol Woods, lanice Scott, Carol Green, lulie Steward, Nancy Cooper, 'SH KYGUSC, ludy Slelqhf. lGH Whitney. lane Campbell, Iudy Dogge, Marian lans, Sharon Peterson, Nonda Whisman, Shannon Mitchell, da Hopres, Eleanor Whitson, lulie Stewart, Marian McCauley, Marie Reynolds, Ella Gay Cole. Sandra Bays President Row 1: Diimnfw Dix fn, liniy Cao, Sundm Smith, Crirolyn While, Brenda Pcfplce, Mary Burney, Sandra Whit- ney, Kriy rliiiin, lj"'VIVlll 1 MGX, Siindro Boys, Lindfi Cofvpinq, Linda Gieslor, Ruth Bartle, Kay Williiims, Kfilhy Rcifiely, Linclii lNel,s?er, Kairwri Doly, Dorint: Richman, Fully Perliclc, Wrindcl Mead, Denise Cypcfdr, lo Ann Kinss, lean Berlcos. Row 2: Ellen Powell, Carol Schcimhers, Darlene Bradwciy, Scilly Scurvie, Deunne Slenshoel, Carol Warren, Lindw Yriinfgs, Lim: Laws, Shirlr-y Bays, Clnrire Tift, Shirley Buys, Carol Thorten, Iudy Knight, f , ifziiifi 53: ff,. is . .. , rg, .i I 1. l H H,g::H:,, .,,, Y, l , i, 4 " i , 7 li il"i ..i' A -ff ' if ll " yiii Douq Brown, lqy Cgster, Gary Wolf, Eric McCrc1dy, Pele lay loclcson, Don Erwin, Gary Smith, Bill Myers, lim O'rrell, Dennis Ruff. i f r ' L ' igfkm -N 'Sa GCxgLWolIe r . . ie ., ,..,,. ,..., , my in ,, t ' " ' " ,v,,-, .- - ,, Vera Becktol, Ianice Bish, Kitty Button, Linda Springer, Marian Hauser, ludy Cummins, Irene Derkatcfh, Mary Griffith, lane Saqan, 'Lynn Sharen, loan Estovold, ludy Brown. Row 3: Carolyn Shepherd, Kitty Bornholz, Janice Russell, Eva Clark, Carolyn Bureker, Barbara Bailey, Karen lordan, Marcia Bishop, Lola Fish, Dianne Puett, Molly lVIcNutt, Nancy Sprague, Nancy Harris, Sharon Anlcrom, Rohorta Mast, Dianne Nelson, Sharon Lay, Nadine lohnsan, Carolyn Traynor, Nancy Wells, Sandy Duprey, Nancy Wiclclund, Delores Cameron. Km' da s ' Row 1: Pat Sloan, Kathy Demarest, Sharon Wirl, Karen Schieisher, Barbara Brouhard, Nan Chapin, Deanna Davis, Doreen Sctoo, lan Whitney. Row 2: Kathy Iefiries, Ioyce Elliott, Iudy Augustine, Sharon Pederson, Diana Miller, Nancy Huntington, Marian lans, Ioyce Truax, Iuariita Sullivan, Alice McDougal, Row 3: Nancy David, Donna Lam- bert, Nonda Whisman, Lynda Haines, Carol McBee, ludy Gant, Edna Weston, Ann Carter, Mary Foote, Nancy Woodin Linda Hoppas. , , W, ,V 4 AXfENfI'S rl . Barbara Brouhard Drncidnnf n , ,,,. ' . Qffffffr "E" CL U B W ' L 1 "': a by 1, .4 , . L , l Mt... .fi . ,, ., ii 5: .9112 .fx R .-,g,Y: l:VkiZ,V7,NI , - . .xr , 3 " 7 rv - 1 I n- -, 1- ,wr- ,M ,.., ..my,. Q, ,gf fl if 4 We "i,Q'f?Y Q., r .4 ,, , .-.nfs ,, , , I fi W . 1' fr Ml Q . if - Y t ii? ' ' rlffdi its 'Y 1 Row 1: Giff Powell, Gary Ashworth, Darl McAllister, Bob Holstrorn, Lynn Coons, Dave Coe, Craiq Bushman, Dori Lawrence, Ven Kelso, Wally Shulz, lerry Wiloerl, LeRoy Poindexler. Row 2: Dale Berg, lack Mattison, Larry Senn, Bob Carter, Loy Buley, Tor Slocum, Busty Diehl, Georae Walker, Dorlen Davenport, Tom Iones, Iohn Polhernus, Dan Guthrie. Row 3: Ray Allen, lim Chris lock, Rich Cerkoney, lohn Reese, Ioe Powers, Bay Senkel, lohn Hirons, Greg Willner, Charles Warren, Loren Sears, Ross Hal Bill Potterf, lohn Bryant, Bon Landskroner, Dennis Ferguson. Row 4: Bob Scoti, Charles Wilson, Bert Clausen, Lowell Thomas D k Bob Overstreet, Howard Geiger, Monte Ausland, Don Lemke, Leo Holland, Ierr Gary Powell, Dave Berg, Clarence ec er, Fluthven. Craig Bushman President Row 1: Marqarite Lanqan, Sharon Abbott, VVa.J1rzf Vlzvzs, P 1lll"'l'l rr rss, l.l my llbnr. it rrz, K rrf-rr Sflilcrrhor, Arm Moresund, ludy Garrdy, Pat Myers, Carolyn Shaw. Sandra Loveall, Maraaret Cross, Miss Cmnt Lf rx rr lin r.rp, ll :rrbm l' l.rr, S zzrrirr S5 rrrrfgflr, Marilyn Brink, Mary Ann Ashley, Marian I0hnl0n, Chafmdl9e'Sp0nCll', Cciol Fskola, Karbn Krause. low 2: lr srzr. lb ,rg,. :rr Y' :H :1 l ."'r l' rx-J, ffarrrl Tullovk, Clrrrfir Tullnck, Georgia Shoup, Donna Richmond Karen Summers, Ellen Powell, Diane Dixon, Darlene ijrarin-xry, I y :1-.-- :-lr fm: , 'l.:rr 5lllilYf'lS, Dzrlf-rr. Beat, Mrrrlyn Bolin, Betty Harry, Iudy 96 TABLE TENNIS CLUB cs" LJ ev ,S .,. 'X .H , I Q fa' ,Syd W, -Y A Row 1: Bon Landskroner, Charles Wilson, Bob llolstrom, Gary Ashworth, Don Lawrence, Busty Deihl. Row 2: Sahu Ywirjfi Shatfeet ali Khan, Bruce Taylor, Walt Osborn, Charley Warren, Bob Ove-rstreet, loo Blakley. Row 3: Ray Allen, Ron L Rubenstein, Ed Gardner, Dan Guthrie, Larry Campbell, Iohnny Polhemus, Dan O'Connell. Iahn Holloway President GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION It '?I tak lie lin Giesey, lean Beckos, Edith Allen, Linda Giesler, Karen Guldaqer. Row 3: Marilyn Dile, Barbara Gilbert, Linda Lillard, Ianice Lewis, Peggy Shaddy, Eunice Penniston, Sandy Stewart, Edwina Newman, Sandy Clark, Leslie Pierce, Ianice Vanderveir, Dixie Huffman, Karen Karriqan, Linda Murphy, Ioan Smith, Doris Benson, Brenda Papke, Barbara lanziq, Siqrid Goldsmith, LeAnn Lauritzen, Marsha Bishop, Karen lardon. fn. -N 7 Garlic IS ted to initiates Ito touqhen them upl. it ttt se 'S iff! it e A SA? :hi ag 1 M .B '1 By' is mit? 6 Q 4 Row 1: Kathleen McPheeters, Diane Kovtynovich, Linda Myrmo, Kay Perry, Irene Street, Norma Maier Phyllis Culbertson, Iudy letters, Sheri Pearl, Kathy Voeltz, Sally Matthews, Charlotte Nelson, Gloria Metcali Diane Lynch, Sue Barlow, Iohn Hirons, Bert Clausen, Roger Hill, Ken Maier, Mike Crouch, Row 2: Kare: Summers, Mary Ann Ashley, Marian Iohnson, Dorothy Caddy, Marsha Miller, Caroline Barney, Sandy DL prey, Eleanor Cotey, Patty Berg, Patty Pederson, Sandy Whitney, loAnn Heidgerken, Iudy Bushing, Mi Bruns, Sherri Anderson, Charlene Thormeutor, Celeste Maxwell, Dorothy Iones, Sandy Hemmingsen, Martht Blackburn, Loren Sears, Stuart Kingsley, Fred Lindy, Gary Countryman, Spike Siegrist, lim Mills, lim Garc ner, lim Smith. Row 3: ludy Dodge, Marion Ians, Marguerite Langan, Karen Korstad, Marla lacobsen, Pats' Pitts, Carolyn Kress, Barbara Boxter, leannette May, Delores Hutt, Cheryl Swan, Sally May, Karen Friberq Linda Rigsby, Linda Revell, Pat Iohnston, Ioyce Brock, Alice Tucker, Brenda Wilson, Kathy Iacoby, Sand Brown, Gift Powell, Gary Burnett, Skip Haven, Walt Osburn, George Bunning, Leo Holland, lim Gowdy How 4: Kitty Bornholz, Kay Simmons, Kay Rader, Waldine Davis, Sharon Abbott, Peggy Stevens, Brend Gustafson, Dee Anderson, Sheryl Frisbie, Ieanne Tyack, Mary Barney, Connie Landers, Carolyn Shaw, Lynn Cushing, Betty Thompson, Marilyn Treadwell, Sandra Lokikoski, ludy Slight, Ieanne Hartman, Linda Owe! Perfect day tor a run down the headwall. Smiley flies through the air with the great est of ease. f if ,f ara, ,, me E at My 0 S K3 N' 2-157 ALL! -, Dona Huffman, Lynn lohnson, Steve Hoffman, Garth Elmore, Richard Little, Galen McBee, Steve McCullough, Bob Booth, Row 5: Joyce Elli- ott, Sandra Bryan, Kay Brown, Zula Tiffee, Iudy Rosman, Dixie Purviance, Linda Young, Nicki Harkins, Sue Haven, Pat Tuttle, Alan Nixon, Sue Iennings, Susan Lynes, Gary Wolfe, Scot Starlin, Ed Hearn, Randy Scott, Malcolm McEwen, Lynn Rodney, Duane Hought, Mike Monroe, Bob Schaaf, Dan Williams, Doug Cruikshank, Iohn Brooks, Burton Gray, Roger Wood. Row 6: Nancy Wicklund, Karen Guldager, Lynda Giesler, Ianice Vandiver, Wanda Mead, Sue Walker, Kitty Button, Sharon Lay, Ianet Lindstrom, Kappy Lundy, leanne Overstreet, Janice Raab, Sally Carper, Sandra Io Clark, Bonnie Burton, Robert Chapman, Bob Needham, Wayne Whittington, Bob Staley, Sam Olsen, lack Ed- bloom, Nels Niemi, Dave Berg, Dick Barber, Wally Carothers, lim Bruns, Leonard Kearney, lim Christensen. Row 7: Ellen Madsen, Rhea Daire Harding, Denist Hodges, Kathy Racely, Kathy Kannasto, Iudy Barker, Iudy Hearn, Marcia Bishop, Sandra Stuart, Ioy Rubenstein, Marilyn Herman, Sharon Biggerstalf, Nancy Harris, Sharon Iette, Nancy Pitchford, Connie Wilson, Trudy Iudd, Dale Dillingham, Steve Cruikshank, Mike Wentworth, Harry Diehl, Don David, Greg Brunig, Billy Stewart, Mike Sanberg, lim Needham, Rodney Napier, Larry Bloom, Peter Grertsen, Harry Pickett, Chuck Stalsberg, Iohn Reece. Row 8: ludy Schroeder, Carol Scott, ludy Winters, Sabine Phelps, Sigrid Gold- smith, Carol McBee, Diane Beezely, Ioan Darling, Diane Puett, Molly McNutt, Ruth Bartle, Denise Cypcar, Edith Allen, Karen Krause, Sandra ,.,, ff- She looks as if she emoyed that fall Senior girls patiently wait rn tow line. G1 . " - -"L-P -3 't ' -1- qt The bus unloads at Hoodoo HOBBY CLUB f--G Wendell Gray President w- l . li' 'Jn 'ST' i Row 1: Vfesley Vvlc-allicrs, Danny Sparks, Bill Kuykendall, Sain Olsen, Boll Walker, Wendell Gray, lim Basteler. Row 2: Terry G'Flaurke, Bill Bryant, Bill Willis, Gary lensen, Lc-ster lledqrfcolc, Gary Anderson, Ray McKenzie, Lcrrry Ferguson. Row 3: Dirk Webb, Larry Crosl-zroy, Bel: Zenislcy, Wayne Whittington, Ed Laird. RIFLE CLU. mn, a' ,iijrxx :A- say Carl Huleqaard, Gary Wickslrom, Russell l-larlley, Steve Beck, Sieve Ness. Row Il: Alan Dunlap Sages! Tilley, Phil Marineau, Sam Olsen. Row III: Willis Kind, Tam Crowder, LeRoy Poindexler, lim Roberli .2 cv ,Andi -nah-lon SCALE MODEL BUILDERS b 'T Q Q Y f' " ,QF ,-'Fri l I N' 5, wi ,5351 'ti' 3 .gif s fini? ft Q F...-xt. ,vm it Z di' 4, X ' ' , - I ,L , I 1 1 ,-j fx. It I Row 1: Tom Crowder, Mike Wentworth, Steve Charles, Calvin Taylor, Don Skorpen. Row 2: Dick Morse, lim Carle, L 'I A i Iohn Harkins, Gary Vllildtish, Thompson, Mr. Mickelson, Row 3: Leroy Koffler, Eric Kaufman, Larry Iohnson, Ed ' i Clapp, Tom Veltman. Steve Charles President AUTO SAFETY CLUB fir-W '-, i AJ Row I: Bent Ebbesen, George Walker, Walt Coburn, Dallas Dodge, Row II: Mike Matychuck, Dorlan Davenport, Bob Link, Dave LaMora, Bud Gray, George Banning, George Blain, Dennis Ruff. Row III: Mr. Rutter, Spike Sieqrist, Tod Lundy, Doug Hall, lack Hamilton, Lynn Johnson, Gary Wickstrnm, lack Hoey, Bob Hemphill, Row IV: Howard Gieger, Dale Church, Ken Minturn, Dale Osburn, Mike Lokken, Kenny Lake, Iim Lay, Larry Simmons. Row V: Mark Bass, Ierry Poston, Bob Mintz, Dee Folk, Terry Gardner, Bill Horner, Ed Gardner, David Hall, Larry Rohrbacker, Wayne Whittington. Benf Ehhnnnn FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA J'- 'nf Mo -5 "G KY President Carol Baker ,af av wwf' fn Q, FY 'C'-7 -qw" Row 1: Carolyn Getchell, Ioan lvlclvlann, Siqrid Goldsmith, Carolyn Shaw, Donna Wood. Row Z: Arlas Bauer, Elaine Long, Carol Sutton, Clarise Gilberts, Diane Young. Row 3: Bette Dunn, Darlene Iensen, Carol Monte, Carlene Smith, Ardys Tanrtl. FUTURE TEACHERS OF AMERICA fo How 1: Mgry Frist, Ann Newman, Martlyn Person, Mary Roberts, Born Kettlt, lolm Bryant, Mary Lee Seal, Laurilee Schomp, barah Seal. Row 2: Mrs. Krause, Lmd.: Mackg-rgma, Barbara Wanmq, Guy Culbertson, Susan Dawe, Ruth Reiersqaard, Gaye McGary lxlnrsaret Lerngn, lun Elms Mr, Dodrrtan. Row 3: Annadale Marttnelc, Mary Ann Woodson, Nancy Beckhdol, loyce Alcorn, Pat CMJ T' t ' ' ' ' ' 1, -. Le.ese lthxxweill, Kirera Thmrnpscn, Bonme rleddtnqer, Kay Stmmrrns, Larolyn Brown, Carolyn Thompson, Dlane Delyea, F'w lcetta president FUTURE BUSINESS LEADERS GF AMERICA N , 9' 'P- 1 K T Row 1: Brrrlmrrwr Ford, Drone Lynch, Chrrrlottv Nelson, Karon Huyos, Irrrrfo Trfr, Prrrrl Hrrlrr-r, Ii' My Prylrrrrl, Put Uprr, Indy L00 Rrrshrrrrir, Cfrrinno Trno. How 2: Lrrwrsnu Flc-rrrrrrq, Nurrvy Newrnerrr, Luo Ir-,rrrnfr VVr-rnrrvlr, D1-rrrrrr Borlrr-r, IH rrrrrw Qrrrvk, Carol Crm-kor, Shrrloy Iocelyn, Koy Aldernrrrn, Opul Wrlsorr, Nfrncy Inql--S, Mrss Hoyws. Row 3: Frrrniyrr Errr--rswrr, Ur-rrrf' Brcrvk, Glrrrrrrno Brown, Mdrrlyn Dyer, Defrrrncr Bryrrnt, Inner Ionevs, Eleanor Mfrckrrll, Dorrs: Hrwklwy, Flrrrrrrs Orrr, Irvrrr-llfr Cfrrkrrrrf-y, Dew Anno Rohirrsorr, Nrtrr Hrrrvoy, Row 4: Io Brent, Krrrhy Ffrdrrrrirn, Sue Voqwl, Irjlrn Frrwrrrr rn, Fd Gcrrdnrrr, Fwd Pwriwrsrvrr, Drvk Wisn, Gordon Ulsorr, Verl Wortorrlrerle, Doug Brown, Clereso Ch-rlrrrr-rs, Ncrncy R -rrr. President Betty Bylund FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA 'U vi K, f , 1 .,- 4 r u , ' I fb . V - , . 'S' ' Row 1: Bob Needlrrrrr Frzrr ,:' UDnr.r:. Hrrnr y, lorry Gdskrll, Garry Mulkffy. Row 2: Rrchord Hoyes, Kon Curnrrrrnqs, Iohn 5 Q Wqrrorr, Tom Olrvrr hy :r nr ry' lr' f md. Row 3: Fred Bronson, Roy Downes, Ncprl Dovrdson, Howard Bench, Dolv Hcnze, Lorry VVhr Qler, .ka wr: Tr.. 3 -' -I Dv-A.-G,-lf..-.4 FUTURE NURSES President Iudy Schaffer Martha Blackburn, How 1: Carol Hill, Kathy Voeltz, Sally Matthews, Celeste Lambert, Sandy Foster, Gay Fjalstedf Bobb Bean, Bertha Dunlap. Row Z: Patsy Minkler, Marjorie Berns, Mary lohnson, Kathy Iacoby, Brenda Wilson, Y Linda Owen, lady Shaffer, Lani Burcharn, Io Chilen, Nan Ekbom, Gloria Iohnson, Ioy Evanshanko. Row 3. Betty Harry, Sandy Sergeant, loyce Eickrneyer, Rozanne Cooper, Linda Rigsby, Peggy Stevens, Goria Greive, Kay Scoop- mire, Linda McKay Ioni Sagen, Bonnie McKay, Helene Froelich, Unknown, Cynthia Sorenson. Row 4: Carol Elder, V' lc Becky Grove, Carol' Olson, ludy l-learn, Carolyn Hughes, Cherly Brown, Gay Cole, Charlotte Brown, Iulie Bock, ic ie Brodgen, Shirley Crider, Claudia Trogen, Tona Thorn, Pat Williams, Mary Hurd, Annette laros. Row 5. Roberta Bed ' ' S d Whitman, loan Darling, Linda Daudel dow, Charlene Matheny, Gwen Miller, Patti Seadler, Betty Morgan, an ra . ' ll L k,I Wilkiene lill Schlesinger, Delores Beach, Nancy Cooper, Karla Hudson, Pat Roblyer, Mary Sloiern,Pr1si a us oy ' l SOY1. ROW 62 lSCII1 HLITKSOH. ElCIHO1' COW. lackie PUC9, Barbara Grant, Sharon Golden, Eleanor Menkens, ludy S ayton, Iudy Steele, Phyllis Clingpeel, Leslie Pierce, Marion McCauley, leanne Helms, Ioyce l-lelrn, Carol Hackett, Iune Norris Elaine Prince. 'W X i S Y. NGHCY Huntington- Was that 3 pencils or 2 boxes of cough flropsf? no' lg judy Knight, Carol Thornton, Charm pence How 2: Iosephine Givens, Bud Gray, Walt Coburn, Allan Stanley. f 3 Q ,w 1'-E, Q W 4 ' if! K .. 1 if ,:wA-,, in ' X 3, 4 m L, 7 K, If ,fbi fha V I5 R A' , . , 5 9 an -44 . . 4.,f P, MW' My Y ma A , m 5' K , ,wx 5 , ,. Qi v M Ja 1, 3? MW , W, , P? .4 PM. ,W 4..,. .-A...,,-,... .Mm-,..W,,,,,, . ref 2 2.11 wh , Nw- J- , a- . , 1 1 F J., f A VH'x4"g':.34 .' , .Sf 'W' SERVICE CLUB N-at 1 i xii G T 'mm r 'r 5 if Row 1: Mrrr'q'rret Adams, lackie Adams, Ianice Clark, Delores Fisher, Sharon Arent, Eloyce Walker, Iudy lfouaht, Sue Cltrrk, Chris Law, lim Hale, Brenda Gustafson, left Mickelson, Charmalee Spencer, ludy Drury, yi lvlrrrrnrr Aird, Surf Hrvrrn, Nicki Harkins, Nancy Pitchford, Connie Wilson, Sue lenninas, Patsy Pitts, Pat Q-A W, Rankin. Row 2: Mr. Snuth, Anne Husk, Paulinka O'Donzi'hue, Elizabeth Gaskill, Toni Tracy, Helen Biaqs, Kay Pooser, Diane Lonberq, Betty Thompson, Gloria Darold, Linda Wright, Marilee Miller, Philura Miller, Brrrtfanr Watson, Leota Brown, Sue Mowen, leannette May, Betsy Fraser, ludy Kress, Carol Wood, Carol ft President IEFFERY MICKELSON ,.,,,.,...,.,,......,,,,c,, ,,,r u, ' CHESS CLUI w. my .N Row 1: Burt Gray, Iohn Hensen, lohn Gould, Chuck Laird, Tom Slocum, Dart McAllister, Clyde Thorne, Loy Buley, Lou Parmenter, Stephanie Beck, Lucy Hart, Row 2: Mr. Hall, Advisor, Don Montel, Mike Muhr, ludy Hendershott, Dorothy Caddy, Ellen Dodge, Sylvia Skorpen, lane Campbell, Diana Donohue, Sue Wheeler, Gtrnt Kernutt, Earl Hiesler. Row 3: lohn Schlesinger, Al Thennel, Quentin Breen, Terry Wolhrat, Richard Iohnson, Kenny Slayton, Ariand Cluster, lohn Nosler, Leo Holland, Galen McBee, Norman Brenner, lay Chickerinq, Peter Gordinier. Row 4: Bruce Lesan, Larry Buhenstern, Bill Saville, Terry Payne, Harvey Quimby, Bob Frachreseur, Gcrv Smith, Bryan Hodges, Gordon Madsen. Bob Terpeninq, Stan Bettis, Tony Peterson, Gary Countryman. President HAROLD PARMENTER A L .. AA 5 1+ Sskola, Mr. Moore. Row 3: Barbara Baxter, Barbara Meadows, KathleenSpeldrich, Ieannette Stutz, loyce Brock, Alice Tucker, Iudy Anderson, vlarilyn Kliese, Linda Chapman, Iudy Christensen, Kathleen McPheeters, Sandra Lohikoski, Carol Baker, Colleen Iohnson, Kay Rader, Karen Korstad, Marla Iacobsen, Linda Gould, Mary Ellen luilts, Gloria Reinertson, Roberta Aufderheide, Barbara Sitzman, Nancy Chaney. Row 4: 'anet Houmes, lean Getchall, Henry Schainck, Charles Getchell, Dave Berg Monte 'Ausland, Charence Decker, Neil Koldschmidt, lock Edblom, Gary Wills, Eric McCreacly, Ierry Leonard, Diane Pearson, Roma Rickabauqh, Karen Burkett, Nancy Taylor, Kay Brown, Sandy Bryan, Evelyn Zahn, Iudy Schroeder. Oh, such concentration! Oh , those busy half times. ,, MJ, . MATH CLUB 2 Q L Y,,i Jr' CH i Nels Neimi President Row 1: Mr. Kerley, Gary Matson, Don David, Merlin Bankhead, Larry Hirons, Bob Chapman Rich Baldinqer, Nancy Strayer, Caroline Barney. Row 2: Dave Leeper, Nels Niemi, lim Bruns lim Rathbone, Dave Winn, Keith Newsom. Row 3: Francis lnqraham, Ken Bittleston, Pete Trenholme David Ashby, David Dunahay, lim Olsen, lohn Pierson. ,,e,e,,, 1 A . 4. T' 1 .1 .wifi . L Dihh 9 23233 President Row 1: Edwards, Carl Huleqaard, Elvin Straton, Gary Millhollen, Gary Kuhl, lohn Saunders, Iack Rifle, Susan France, Linda Kimball. CAMERA CLUB L Iulius Bolls. Leonard Wassom, Mr. Ten Brinke L . K' Rose Ouillen, Shirley Brown. Yun Inter' 108 Daxe Cornbs RADIO CLUE Fred Edwards 1 Row 1: Larry Gordon Mills, Loren Iordan, Glen Duncan, Samak, Ron Ness, Larry Tipton, Dave Peters, Kent Chasa, Iames Brock, Lewis Hemphill, Timothy Whitney, Harry Pickett, David Carr, Mr. Glick, Gary Uchytil, Robin Miller. Gary Uchytil 'Dv-nuirlnnf BIOLOGY CLUB ...sg 'f-Q e , My .K .. - 1 Dale Bures President Lorna l-loqanson, Mrs. Robertson, Dave l-lazlitt, Richard Lakin, Colleen Garoutte, Mrs. Talus, Ruth Holmes, Dale Bures, Nancy Strayer. , PHYSICS CLUB is alll K --f.. . L Fx A CRAIG WRIGHT Science Club President Bill Myers S President Row 1: Leonard Ball, Iohn Trenholme. Row 2: Ruth Reed Doug Lindley, Walt Kanqall, Icy Iaclcson, Larry Booth, Brian Ellickson, Iohn Ridenhaur, George Leash, Craiqh Wriqht, Bruce Bolyes. Qayiisrnv CLUB Dave Powell President Row l: Dave Powell, David Lemery, Peter Lanken, Rich Matson, Douq Romane, Tim Whittney, Jerry Brovard, Rod Shultz, Billy Stewart. 109 1 V 's ,Hx w if Wi. 1 W 9 ,. ,r "' H Tj ' T521 4'- '5' V K N ' W' f N ' , W wh 1 - iw' , ,- -R, 5 fn Y .J 1 3. ff ,,5,,.fw, -Ag in , 5 dm-' W., 65,5 Ezgipw' ,vw gig f'jz3,f,Q1wf: ' m - 2111" .aE?,- Liam I 5, EVENTS . . . all the little happenings that constitute a particular school year . . . happenings which are peculiar to Eugene High in some way or another . . . The first days of school, bringing old friends together again . . . the mad scramble in the cafeteria for the seats which become "permanent" . Those rowdy football games where not all the attention is directed toward the game . . . mutterings ot "beat Marshfield!" or "take State!" heard here and there between classes . . . Dances, dances and more dances . . . award asemblies Iapplausel . . . pep assemblies Iflet's hear from the sophomoreslfl . . Counting the days until vacations . . . special weeks with their special activities . . . State Toumament . . exhuberant students cheering the Axemen on and on . . . candidates bent upon winning friends and influencing people during elections the Iunior Prom with all its romantic attachments . . . graduation activities. culminating another fabulous year . . . Hello Week . . .milling crowds ot wide-eyed sopho- mores . . . confusion at the long registration tables . . . old friends discussing the summer's adventure . . ,. ambitious plans for the new year . . . impressing new teachers . . . thousands of feet hurrying to the cafeteria . . . rowdiness and friendliness prevailing. Activities which added to the spirit of the week were the Bikathon lwhich incidentally was won by the juniorsl, the new student assembly, where conspiracy was set up against the upperclassmen by the green sophomores, and the sale of Hello Week Tags. The week was climaxed witlf the Hello Week Assembly. The juniors were presented with a trophy for winning the Bikathon and the new teachers were in- troducedi The traditional Hello Week Dance concluded the week's activities. 112 WELCOME Mr. Mickelwait addresses students in the annual Helio Week Assembly.. INMATES Whats in there Echoes were as part of the entertainment for the Hello Week Dance. -Mary Ann ana Lou seem affected by the fnendly atmosphere of the Hello Week Dance. 2? ZS 'Bw 13.413 15 by i Axemen sink ihe Pirate ship at the Homecoming Pep Assembly White shirrsl Hooray for the boys! gtk is s Loyal E.H.S. rooters parade throuqh Eugene before the Marshfield game SPIRIT. . . This is dancing? Hard-working senior boys proved their worth this fall by hav- inq a special "outing" in order to recement the damaged "Censored" senior girls play the part of pirates in the Marshfield Pep Assembly I Hooch and Irene talk it up at the Hard Times Dance. FALL DANCES Master of ceremonies, Iirn Gardner, crowns Irene football queen. H6 Princess Pai and her escort Ierry Poston. What q funny place to wear your crown. FOOTBALL FANTASY QUEEN IRENE Irene Street was crowned Football Queen at the annual football dance, Football Fantasy, sponsored this year by the Paletteers and "E" Club. Irene was crowned by master of ceremonies lim Gardner. Members of her court included Pat Tuttle, Iudy letters, Mar- sha Miller, and Deanne Rasmussen. The music was pro- vided by the Euqene High Dance Band. A Vs. . fx D - 9"'3.A , 6' T FALL PORTS H8 Qur heqd Coach 1 , l Loyd Amick. AssistcmtCoc1ch . . . Bud Robertson N , 0 F FOOT BALL The Eugene High players, as well as Coach Loyd Amick, were stunned by the two quick Klamath Falls touchdowns. But the Axemen roared from behind in the second quarter to gain their second straight win over the Pelicans, 25 to 12. Eugene took the opening kickoff in the second quarter and marched 53 yards in six plays for their first score in the game. Wilson caught a pitchout from quarter- back Warren for 16 yards and the touchdown. A Pelican caught Wilson as he reached the goal line but fell just inches inside the red ilag. loe Blakely's placement was good, 12-7. It took the winners only five plays to score in the second frame. Blakely rammed up the middle for two, and then on a fake back, Slocum slid inside the right end and cut 25 yards down the sidelines for the touchdown, putting the Axemen in the driv- er's seat to stay. The next goal was chalked up to Slocum as Warren's ball hit him on the goal line, from 29 yards out, making the final score 25 to 12. Wilson, the 180 pound junior halfback had a great night. Be- sides his two touchdowns, he had runs of 28, 17, 16, and 17 yards for a total of 123 yards on 10 carries, an average of 12.3 yards per carry. EUGENE ....... 25 KLAMATH FALLS . . I2 Polhernus snatches a Spartan. The Axemen started things off right by humbling Corvallis 20 to 6 in our first league game. Slocum returned the opening kickoff for 15 yards, then team- ed with Larry Senn to pack the mail to Corvallis 8. Warren un- corked a 7 yard pass to Kelso which was good for 6, and Senn ran the extra point across. The Spartans failed to move and punted out of bounds on their 42. Eugene tried the ground for three plays and netted 2 yards. With fourth down and 8 yards to go Warren's magic arm pitched a perfect strike to Kelso, who was alone in the end zone. loe Blakely booted the convers- ion and the Axemen led 14 to 0. Kelso intercepted a Spartan pass in the second period and Blakely and Slocum moved the ball to Corvallis 5. Blakely punched over left tackle for a stand up TD. His placement was wide and the half ended with Eugene in command 20 to 0. Eugene's onslaught bogged down in the second half and the Spartans finally got a drive going. Finally, with seven minutes left in the final period, halfback Larry Younger ramb- led 25 yards for the Spartans' lone tally. Stein's conversion attempt failed. EUGENE ....... 20 CORVALLIS ...... 6 You figure it out . . . . we couldn't! H9 Ei D La C - Bushman Vern Kelso IOS B1C1kelY Ona. Since Co-captains mgrackie L- End Fullbflck The Axernen used the air- ways the first half and then re- lied on the running attack in the second half to down the Lions 28 to l3. This made the Axemen's third straight win in "56." Iunior quarterback Charlie Warren connected with Vern Kelso for two straight passes and then a three yard plunge set the Axemen up for their first touchdown. Warren fired a five-yard pass to Kelso for the six points. In less than two minutes later Eugene hit pay dirt again. Late in the second quarter Cottage Grove ran a punt back to the Axernen's 28. Three plays later the Lions pushed over their first TD. The third quarter found the Axemen on the ground. In two plays Tom Slocum picked up 22 yards and Ioe Blakely got 37 yards in the next two plays. I-lalfback Charlie Wilson did the honors for one more TD as a 34 yard pass play put them on the Axernen's 10 yard line. Three plays later Northcutt plunged over for the TD, with only 30 seconds left in the game. The Axemen had an edge on first downs, 14-7, and in rush- ing yardage, 154-122. COTTAGE GROVE .............. 13 EUGENE ....................... ........ 2 8 Lawrence prepares to drop a Lion as Wilson scampers around right end Tom Slocum Iim Gardner Howard Gieger Lowgu mas Halfback Guard Halfback ' 120 A' G Le P ' d t Bob Overstreet Clarence Decker Monte Ausland royguzz-ld ex er Fullback Guard Center Senn is dropped by a creeping Roseburger. Eugene took to the air to de- feat the Roseburg Indians 12 to 0 in a district game. Eugene gained only 60 yards on the ground and 187 yards in the air. Warren completed 9 out of 21 passes. .The touchdowns were scored first by Polhemus on a long pass from Warren and Kelso who pulled in a pass for the second TD. So the passing game definitely kept the Eugen- eans in the game. Ioe B1akely's first placement was ruined by a penalty on the Axemen and the second try was no good. The Indians became desperate in the last quarter and began to throw the ball but this was dis- couraged by Warren and Pol- hemus. Polhemus intercepted two passes and Warren was able to grab one: this hurt the Indians very badly. The only threat by Roseburg came in the second quarter when Oerding returned a punt to the Axernen's 13. Oerding then went over tackle to the 10 but was penal- ized 5 for backtield in motion. Then quarterback Rod Hoenish tried the air ways but Axemen Ioe Blakely was on the receiv- ing end. The Indians have never been able to score on any E.H.S. football team as yet and we hope that they will not do it in later years. EUGENE ....... 12 ROSEBURG ...... 0 I 1 f Ioe Power Ron Landskroner Wally Schulz Dave Berg Fullback Guard Center Guard I Z.. 4-vy RUSW Diehl Ray Senkel Don I-emke Darl Mccqiusfer Quarterback Guard R. End Gugrd The undefeated Eugene High Axemen took advantage of three blocked punts for a 19-14 win over the South Salem Sax- ons. Eugene trailed 7-O with sec- onds gone in the game and was behind at one time in the fourth quarter. However, Gary Powell broke through to block a Saxon punt and ran 30 yards for the winning TD. Greg Willner broke through on two occasions to block South Salem punts, both in the second quarter and both deep in South Salem territory. Eugene was un- able to get anywhere and the clock ran out with the ball on the one yard line. Rusty Diehl, filling in as quarterback for Charlie Warren, who played only briefly be cause of a wrist injury, com- pleted 7 out of 19 passes, for a total of 1.44 yards. Salem Went into their tradi- tional contest as the underdog. They looked as good in the game as in their first four games which the team split, winning two and losing two. Eugene has a 2-l edge in the series against the Saxons. SOUTH SALEM .... I4 EUGENE .... . 19 Too high for a Saxon Gary Powell Ross Hall Tom Bryant G W111 L- End Guard Puiibqck reffgckleene' 122 . yi Charles Warren Lqrry Senn Iohn Polhemus lim Chrislock Quarterback Hcdfbgck I-lalfback Guqrd Eugene ran their winning streak to six after defeating the Albany Bulldogs 7 to 6 in a tight non-league contest. The Bull- dogs scored their six points in the second quarter of the game. The touchdown came after Eu- gene was forced to punt. The punt came to the Albany 15 and in 13 plays the Bulldogs had scored due to the fine running of halfback Gary Grill and full- back Pat Emmons. Eugene made one lone threat in the first halt but fumbled the ball on Albany's 3. lim Scott, a Bulldog, made the recovery. Eu- gene had driven from their own 31 with the help of passing from Warren to end Vern Kelso. Tackle Craig Bushman jumped on a loose punt on the Axe- men's 43 to stage the lone touch- down for Eugene. Quarterback Warren followed up with three completed passes to end Don Lawrence which resulted in the touchdown. Ioe Blakely's con- version was good. Albany threatened once more in the last quarter. They had the ball on the Axemen's 5 and a first down. They lost yardage on the second on a bad lateral. Then Gary Powell intercepted a pass and Eugene was in pos- session for the rest of the game. ALBANY ....... 6 EUGENE ....... 7 Bert Clausen RGY Allen Charles Wzlson Rich Cerkoney Center Helfbeck Haltback Halfback 123 The Axemen down Shanley after one of his shorter runs of the night .... 15 yards. The Axemen started off the North Bend game with a bang by sending halfback Larry Senn 41 yards around right end for a first play TD. Then the Bulldogs started a drive in the second period and moved 41 yards to the one. Gary Hargens did the honors and carried the ball over from the one. The Axemen battled back 60 yards down to the three and Warren passed to. end Kelso for the TD. In the sec- ond half the Axemen made it 19 to 7 when tackle Greg Will- ner picked up a fumble and rambled 71 yards for a TD. Eugene picked up their last TD as a result of a 91 yard drive. Blakely carried the ball 9 yards for the final touchdown. Ioe Blakely booted Eugene's only conversion and Hargens passed to Carver for North Bend's only extra point. In the second half Eugene held the Bulldogs on their two yard and seven yard lines in brilliant goal line stands. EUGENE . . . . 25 NORTH BEND . . 7 Despite the fervid support of the student body and the record turnout of the townspeople, the Axemen were crushed by the mighty Pirates from Coos Bay. A pep assembly and noise pa- rade through Eugene raised school spirit to a record high for the contest: but this failed to contain the boys from Marsh- field. Speedy lack Shanley could do no wrong as he scorched the turf for 204 of Marshfield's 409 yards gained. Shanley threaded his way through the helpless Axemen defenders to person- ally account for four touch- downs and innumerable first downs. Roger lohnson and Har- dy Spurgeon played no small part in the game as they each scored once. Amick's unique spread of- fense puzzled everyone but the Pirates, as they held Eugene to 16 yards rushing and 149 yards on 15 of 42 passes completed. Marshfield picked up 409 yards rushing, and 3 via the air- ways. Eugene's lone tally came in the third frame on a 30 yard pass from Warren to Bay Allen. EUGENE ....... 7 MARSHFIELD ..... 38 Are you okay Ioe? .f -- -, 57' , Wy: K Polhemus snags a wayward Miller aerial. W- Dorlan Davenport and Loy Buley, student managers, check in equipment at the end of the season. The Axemen ended their sea- son in fine style by defeating the Springfield Millers 19 to 6 in the last game in '57 for both teams. The Eugeneans came through with an early game score on a Warren to Kelso aerial. Kelso made one of his tremendous catches that he has been noted for all year long. loe Blakely attempted the field goal but did not make it and the first quarter ended 6 to O. The Mil- lers picked up their T.D. in the second quarter by blocking a Eugene punt and in two plays ran the ball over for 6. The con- version attempt failed. Eugene then got control of the ball and in a few plays Warren sent the ball by air to speedy Iohnny Polhemus who out-stepped three Millers and ran 83 yards for the second score for E.H.S. The ex- tra point was good. Halftime score 13 to 6. Springfield domin- ated the ball for most of the sec- ond half. The Axemen were on the defensive for all but 18 plays. Eugene showed some fine defensive work as they held the Millers on, or around the 15 yard marker several times at crucial periods of the game. The Millers intercepted the ball twice from the Axernen in the second half and tackle Craig Bushman intercepted a Miller pass and made his way to the qoal line due to some fine block- ing by his team mates. The final T.D. came in the last quar- ter and this wrapped up the ball game for the Axemen. EUGENE ....... 19 SPRINGFIELD ..... 6 John gets the word irom Loyd 125 I26 Row Ii Dave Wetzell, Dave Hazlet, Kit Miller, Iohn Buffington, Tom He1.shaw, Bob Saunders, Dale Rutledge, Dan Guthrie, Alvin Reddig, Gary Armstrong. Row II: Steve Charles Wally Larson Iohn Reed Allan Dunlap Iirn Senkel Iim Coleman, Marvin Matthews Bob Reed Cecil Linder Larry 'Campbell Row III' Ron' Gilstra Dan O'Conn ll, , , , 4 . p, e , Dee Dompier, Bob Eidson, Oscar Denney, Bob Booth, Glen Kelso, Larry Ferguson, Melvin Matthews, Bob Kraus, lack Bennett, Bob Walker.. .IUNIQR VARSITY Coach . . . Mike Popovich The Iunior Varsity mashes a Springfield Miller. ROW I: Charles Getchell, Bill Connie, Tom lackson, lerry Gabriel, David Stillio, Ierry Lesan, Dick Ruhlman, Gary Howard, Lee Fletcher. ROW II: David Ness, Tohn Roycl, Ray McKenzie, Dennis Allen, Glen Pratt, Chuck Stalsburq, Mike Elder, Lynn Rodney, Lynn Vierling, Terry O'Rourse. ROW III: Larri Wheeler, Bob Frachieseur, Merle Bruce, Dave Harwood, lim Muhr, Allen Crockett, Gerald Mitchell, Phil Newman, Dave Garrett, Gary Stewart. Hodney Napier, Dennis Newman, David Gilbertson. OPHCMORE 15 SOPHOMORE FOOTBALL RECORD Wins Losses Ties r I M Coach- . Cece Warner William Asst Coach- s ...uv if rvune ivlunr, UGl'IlWllllGl'l'lS, vvendellen Iohnson, Gary Milhollen, Delvin Cornuu, Bruce Glen, Larr Bumqarner. rom Hornsby, MerlanIBankhead, Ron Fields, lim Thompson, Danny Bowser, Duane Hought. ROW II: Kenny Moorehouse, Iames Husband, Bill Davies, Dxck Vtebb, Loren Iorden, lock Edblom, lay Cowan, Pete Gordinier, Douq Cowles, Bill Dean. . ,Q .,,,,. if A :f5fi?lI1.?ffi 11, 128 Iim Gardner reads his poem, "The Plight of the Bench- warmer." THE PLIGHT OF THE BENCHWARMER Iack was a back, and a mighty fine back was Iack. But alas, poor lack, he cou1dn't play back, For lack had hurt his sacroiliac. So there he sat for eight long weeks, Warming the bench with his poor hurt seat, Then at last, lack was going to play back, He faded back to catch a kick, And he ran into a great big stick. He hit so hard he bounced right back, And landed on his sacroiliac. FOOTBALL AWARDS Craig Bushman receives the Simmons Cup for his outstanding play on the gridiron. I. Gardner Powell receives the captain's star from Don Lawrence, Tom hands the hat to Loyd. IZ Q 0 . 5-' M Q ,, , .I 'x Q. 5 x Q ef? V' - ' A-H4 .r 1, rr 'H 4 if X l P WIN I ER SQCIAL 5 Q 1 , S A 4.,-41' , , ,, ,f11. ,.,. Y , I W ,-A M I , - sw . . , in Q ' S OW S V 4' '1' H L- " A ' Q f 5 - . , ' .nxxlv SNOW! A 5 F 1 X. .Q if Q SNOW! ef, U? 4,'fgQf- ' an V H ' .2,rii.i,.l, -0 J a 1 '- s' If 4 0 644-1 , I MORE SNOW! THRILL! Bl jf O x -AL' Cameron and Cushing take tickets at the senior dance. 132 The Freddy Crafts Quintet blows tor Senior Dance. Typical rally dance DRAMAAJ.. TIME OUT FOR GINGER Eugene High had a record turn-out as approximately 1,400 people, the largest audience ever to View a Eugene High play, flocked to see Time Out For Ginger. This hilarious com- edy portrayed the tribulations of the Carol family when their 14 year old daughter, Virginia, de- cided to join the high school football team. The resultant problems involved not only Mr. and Mrs. Carol, but also Torn- my, Ginger's boy friend, Eddie Davis, school athlete, and many others, providing a great deal of laughter for the audience. Gift Powell takes a flying leap in "Time Out For Ginger The television crew hard at work PEP... IT's not that bad-is it? D0 ln spite of the snow and the freezing Weather approximately 700 students, teachers, and mothers gathered in the E. H. S. cateteria for the annual Girls' League Doernbecker Tea. The senior girls Walked off with the coveted award of display champions after three years of inter-class compe- tition. Rebajo Fretwell was general chair- mang Nita Harvey, senior chairman, Iackie Hughes, junior chairman, and Connie Wilson, sophomore chairman. Special recognition went to the follow- ing prize winners: Phyllis Culbertson for the largest doll, Ieanne Tyack and Kay Perry for the most elaborate doll, Gloria Darold tor the most unique, and Ann Armes tor the most dolls. ERNBECKEK I l:A J A 'C harlotte elson, and Sally May. The prize-Winners pose with their dolls. 134 ...c --,,..-...-.-- ----- as . Rebajo Fretwell was general chairman of the tea. TEENS AGAINST POLIO Every cent helps-money from donation iars is counted in Miss lfitts' office. Although the Senior class of Eugene High School won the Teens Against Polio drive, it is cheering to note that all three classes participated with en- thusiastic vigor. Such ingenious ideas as selling spud- nuts, peanuts suckers, cakes and minia- ture crutches were used to bring in the cash, Walt Coburn also sold a large number of balloons with the inscription "Polio Fighters" on them. Seeing the young and healthy stu- dents throwing their energies into such a deserving cause for their crippled contemporaries was heart warming. It gives rise to the idea that perhaps teen- agers are just the same as they always have been through the years. When given a worthy cause to support, one into which they can throw their excess imagination and energies they have al- most limitless possibilities. The chairmen of the various classes and the general chairmen, Tod Lundy and Gloria Metcalf, should be congrat- ulated for their fine work. ' Pep Club girls man the tarp during the intermission of The Mflfshfield 90m9- During the big campaign for funds, money is found in all sorts of odd places. Everyone goes all out to make those cars shine. 135 I3 6 QUEEN OF HEARTS Princess Sharon The Queen of Hearts dance is an annual event here at lil-l.S. The dance climaxed the Teens Against Polio drive which brought in a total ol 32350.00 this year. This year's court consisted of a representative from each class. The sophomores' representative was Ioy Rubenstein, the juniors', Sharon Anderson and the winning candidate was the seniors' choice, Irene Der- katsch. The Queen was chosen on the basis ot the amount of money collected by each class. The seniors had their sec- ond class princess crowned Queen by virtue ol their 5800.00 collected, which topped the other classes by a wide margin. AND COURT Queen Irene Princess Ioy CHDPPING ALONG . . . O L.. Sue Borlow shows her tolents by rnok'ing Cherry Chopper Tags. Qversized Corsoges were in Order during Cherry Chopper Week. Queen Irene ond her court. 137 CUFUCUIUF ClCfiViYieS during C1055 time Was spaghetti the main dish of the I.C.C. potluck? Met Wilson flashes a diabolical smile as he qets set to pour linto Steve Hotfman's pocketl during tea which senior boys presented for faculty. . - BE-UP CLEAN-UP Hilarity reigned during the locker cleaneout. . ' ' l t f d h. Keep it clean! There are even qarbaqe cans at the The Sale of tags brmqs m O S O Ouq dance. 138 The sophomore boys are all wet! In March, the traditional Be-Up Clean-Up Week was sponsored by the Axemen's Council. The E.H.S. students endeavored a complete clean up of the school so that the custodians wouldn't have such a hard job during Spring Vacation. Nominations were made on Mon- day for the cleanest boy and girl in school. Wednesday was the day of the all-school locker clean-out. While the students were finding overdue books, the Axemen's Coun- cil members patrolled the halls and checked the lockers. Thursday was the day all ambitious sophomores cleaned the grounds of all the rub- bish that had collected during the year. lrene Street and Kent Yockey were presented in Friday's assem- bly as the cleanest boy and girl. The assembly was a takeoff on "This ls Your Life," portraying the life of Melvin Clognoski. Duke Dodge as Melvin, had the story of his successful life placed before him. F'riday's dance climaxed the week's events. In Rank U. Arthurl A. C. Production, Melvin Clognoski meets a long lost relative Young Axemen decorate for the dance. i i 1 1 1 '. sl ' If . .fi ' .lv 5 ti F' X . i'Kx4 g,p f'Q.t'14-08' mv' fsck f' ' " he x xx Q , x ' A ,g " I If , 9' f 1 11 v k.H1s?.',: 1. v I, l ff 7 V A "- lqfzxqf if, UG., n, JL, 49 fn ' N. .a ' Q s PH GBX it Y I . n A M SM f I Q 0 I 4 J i 4 f A 5 :fm M. A rivalry which began in the l9bb State Tournament was continued when the Franklin Quakers, led by all-stater Bjarne Iensen, collided with the Axemen in an exciting Fri- day night contest. The largest crowd in Eugene High history watched as the underdog Axemen upset the Iensen led crew. The first quarter left the fans limp as the score was deadlocked eight times and the lead changed hands twice. Dave Coe broke the final deadlock with 35 seconds remaining and added a free throw to provide the three point quarter margin. The Quakers retaliated with four quick points but then hit a cold streak as the Axemen dropped in eight straight counters for a 31 to 23 bulge. Frank- lin managed to close the gap to 33- 30 by half-time however, and the Axemen went to the dressing room feeling far from secure. The Axemen once again were on the lean side of the score as Iensen connected for four counters which put Franklin ahead by one point. Warren and Coons then proceeded to kick off a rally which put Eugene ahead 55 to 44. The Axernen re- ceived two unexpected points when in the heat of the tense struggle a Franklin guard flipped the ball into the Eugene bucket which, along Monsieur Daggett wields the axe during the Franklin pep with three Warren points, spelled the ClSS9U1blY- doom of the mighty Quakers. When the buzzer sounded the end of the game, Warren had amassed 22 points, followed by Coons with 14 y and Goldschmidt with 8. The well deserved win established the Axe- men as the top prep team in the state and ran their winning streak to 6. EUGENE ,av,,..iY.a,w ,,.av.w.,, 6 7 FRANKLIN ..,,,.,..........,., 49 t I it 1 , .' ki I CaptainACharles Warren Center iff ii., L Q l T F 57751 fig T K... Iones scores another point in me Franklin game as the crowd Lynn Coons '42 looks on. Guard . gs, 4 , 3 K 5 4. fa ., t tt Don Lawrence Forward 'lg 5 ,,.,.Q 2, .K ff' ll Dave Coe Guard The E. H. S. Axemen emerged victorious in their two encounters in 1956 with South Salem, Eugene won by a margin of 50 to 41 in the first game. The Axernen had a small height advantage over the Saxons but the Saxons had the edge in speed. ln the first period the Axernen jumped ahead of the Saxons, but the Salem boys came back and stayed within a few points until the last quarter. The second game was also a fast contest. The biggest margin between the teams amounted to a slim six points and the Axernen held this going into the last quarter. But the Saxons fought back within three points with little time remaining in the game. The axemen then took advantage of a foul and added another point for a final score of 51 to 47. EUGENE .......,................ 50 SOUTH SALEM ............ 41 EUGENE ..,.....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 51 SOUTH SALEM , ,,..,,,... 47 2 X Saxons and Axemen battle tor the ball. ln the nrst of three clashe-s,with the cross river rivals from Springfield, the Axemen emerged victorious Charlie Warren was at his best for the game and ac' counted for nearly half of the Axemens 69 points Warren holed 22 by half time and finished the game with 34. The Axemen were clearly superior, and their lead was never threatened although the Millers man- aged to close the gap somewhat in the fourth period. The trend of the game was established as the Axemen jumped off to an early 2l-ll quarter margin. Led by guard Dave Coe who tallied 12 points, Eugene in- creased the lead to 42-25 by halftime. Kuchera cleared the bench for the second half, and the Millers began to chip away at the Axemen lead. The starting team then re-entered the fray, and proceeded to put the game on ice. The contest ended with a beautiful last second jump shot by Coe which made the final score 69-5l. SPRINGFIELD .... ...... 5 1 EUGENE ........... .,..,, 6 9 "f 5 ., , 5 :iw f l 1 143 Axemen cmd Bensoniaattle for theTball. BENSON ....,..........,......., 64 C EUGENE ...,.. . .....ww.... 57 The Axemen traveled to Port- land for their second encounter with the Benson Techmen to find a rough contest awaiting them. The Techmen showed im- provement over their engage- ment with Eugene and man- aged to beat the Axemen 64 to 57. Eugene did not play the type of ball of which they are capable, and as a result their first loss was accounted for. The Benson boys as usual came on with a full court press which troubled the Axemen in both games. The next game on the agenda was with the Albany Bulldogs on their own court. This game was a tense contest in that it went into a double overtime with the Axemen com- ing out on top 57 to 55, The Bulldogs held the lead with seconds to go when Lynn Coons let fire with a thirty- footer to put the game into overtime. The first overtime put the Albany boys ahead with a iew seconds to go and then Neil Goldschrnidt dropped one in to tie the game. In the sud- den death, 5' 11" Dave Coe out- jumped 6' 5" Buz Wilfert and then went on to make the win- ning basket. The next game was won by the Axemen by a narrow score of 46 to 45 over the Corvallis Spartans. G u a r d Dave Coe proved to be a hero again as he dropped in two last second free throws for the Axemen's tenth win. . ontusion 'seemed to be the aecra- 57 mg factor in the Albany game. Wrong basket boys! CORVALIIS EUGENE "Do it the wav I tO1d You 10, boys." The Cottage Grove Lions were easily tamed as the traveling Axemen handily won their second league encounter 59 to 44. lt was stristly no contest from the opening tip off to the final buzzer as Eugene completely overpowered the inexperienced Lions. The entire team helped the Axemn's cause by running up a 41 to 9 score by intermission time. The second half proved to be a continuation of the first as the Axemen subs continued to outpoint the Lions, Leon Hayes, Cottage Grove's high scoring guard, carried more than his share of the load as he scored 34 of the Lions 44 points, Although Charley Warren saw most of the action from the bench, he was high man for Eugene with 17, EUGENE ....,,,,,.....,,......,,,,.,.. 59 COTTAGE GROVE .,,....,..,. 44 V J wif . i .1 nv if , Neil Goldschmidt Guard Rich Cerkoney Guard 3 2' :Q 1' lf 4 ' L Eb ,tw is , Q ST" 1 sf gy, d, Q 4 i L 4 x Craig Bushman i tlllillflm , Forward , t H- V" ' t f -Q Tom Iones Guard Despite the snow and ice, Roseburg made the trip to Eugene to open league play for both teams. The Indians had much the same record as the Axemen when the game began, but after the game Roseburg had a ten and two record and Eugene had thirteen and one. However the Indians did not go down with- out a fight as they stayed close behind the Axernen for all but the last two minutes of the game. The main threat from Roseburg was 6' ll" Bill Oerding who had a very good long shot. This year's Roseburg team is the best that has come from down south for some time, although they were always very aggressive.. The final score of the game amounted to 55 to 44 in favor of the Axemen. The Axemen's next league contest was with the Cottage Grove Lions who were not too powerful this year ...,.,.,,.... EUGENE ....,,,,.e, ,....t 5 5 ROSEBURG ....e ....,Y 4 4 Lawrence puts onexup for two. 145 g .5 l W 'fri 'S :F wiv Eugene dropped a disputed 56 to 54 decision to the Marshfield Pirates for their first loss in league play this year. Marshfield was led by Roger Iohnson who probably had the hottest night of his career as he dropped in 31 points. Charlie Warren fol- lowed close behind for the Axemen with 29 points. Eu- gene at one time in the sec- ond quarter led by an eight point margin but the Pirates battled back and made a very close game out of it. With only six seconds to go Marshfield led by three points and Charlie Warren had a free throw. He made the first and banked the sec- ond off the rimg Don Law- rence put it back in, but the referee said the ball did not hit the rim and Marshfield claimed victory. EUGENE ......c....,.............c,i.. 54 MARSHFIELD ,...,, ,.i.... 5 6 146. "We got rooked!" Boys practice to get ready for big North Bend game. After dropping a heart- breaker to Marshfield, Eu- gene bounced back to de- feat the North Bend Bulldogs 70 to 53 the following night, Dave Coe led the first quar- ter scoring with eight as Eugene jumped off to an early 15 to 9 lead. The Bull- dogs began to click how- ever, and managed to close the gapg 29 to 26 by halftime. Charlie W a r r e n and Don Lawrence continued their first half domination of the boards and Coe kept provid- ing the points as the Axemen ran away to a 41 to 27 mar- gin in the third quarter. War- ren finished the game with 29 points and Coe had 19. The win was the 14th in 16 starts for the Axemen, and put Eugene on top in the tight district race. EUGENE ......,......,................ 70 NORTH BEND ....... .,.... 5 3 1' , -in t' ' . . X, - -. .1 y -.ff 1 l Greg Willener Center Eugene crossed the river to play the second of their three contests with the Springfield Millers. Spring- field proved to be a much better quintet than the one which suffered a 69 to 51 setback at the' hands of the Axemen earlier in the sea- son, as they managed to re- main within striking dis- tance throughout the game. The Millers ran up an early 6 to 2 lead, but Don Lawrence, who played the key role for the Axemen, quickly erased the deficit and put the Axemen ahead 7 to 6. The lead changed hands ll times and was deadlocked 8 times before Lawrence put the Axemen ahead to stay on the basis of 2 layins and a freethrow which made the score 26 to 23 at intermission time, Eugene increased this mar- gin to 47 to 38 going into the third quarter. Springfield battled back and provided a thrilling finish as they cut the Axe- Don Lemke ' Forward men lead to 3 before the game ended with the spec- tators rushing on the floor to debate the outcome. Al- though Charlie Warren was the point maker for Eugene, it was Lawrence who sparked the drive with 14 points and I6 rebounds. After the Springfield fray, Eugene faced a pair of im- portant weekend games with Cottage Grove and Roseburg. Cottage Grove was the first to fall before the Axe as Dave Gassa- way's Lions were out scor- ed, out rebounded, and out- played by the fast improv- ing Axemen squad. The final score was 64-52 in favor of Eugene. Eugene travelled to Roseburg the following night for their second triumph over the Indians. Charlie Warren played a tremendous game as he dropped in 31 of Eugene's 61 points. Rose- burg, playing without their top point maker Bill Oer- ding, fell far behind Eugene with 44 points. 1 Q 1 Ro I Orin Bruton Stan Karnbly Dick Moody Bill Moody Bob Link Row 2 lohn Gale lock Edbloom lim Koenig Mick Root lim Humphries lim Kelter w : , I ' ' The swimming team coached by Paul Bell, a teacher at Roosevelt lr. High, had a slow start this year but they finished up in fine style by placing third in the state. Because the team had access to pool facili- ties on Saturday nights only they were able to compete in only four inter-school meets, These meets were with Benson, two with South Salem, and the one we Won against North Salem. Al- though the Axemen did win just one meet they worked hard and when it came time for the state meet they went ahead to beat the pre- vious teams mentioned. This is the second year that swimming had been classed as a major sport. Fourteen members of the team compiled the required number of points to receive their varsity letters. The swimming outlook is good for the Axemen next year because twelve out of fourteen lettermen will be returning. Coach 1D-ll....1.1.AL-AAL,,,' 1 -- Iack the knife? Paul Bell swimming coach nw First Row: Arlen Cluster, Bob Carter, Bill Anderson, fun Smith, Allen Denny, Larry Baxter, A-uw ll: Allen Dunlap, Torn Bryant, Clyde Beat, Dan Guthrie, Ray Denny, lohn Holloway. Row III: Coach Williams, The E.l-l.S, matmen ended their season with six wins and six losses. The wrestlers should be com- mended for their fine season since this is only the second year they have competed in inter-school meets. Some people do not know what the Wrestlers go through in their practice routine, but actually they work harder or as hard as a football player. They usually start off their practice with a two mile run around the balcony of the gym. After this they do around forty push ups and then they go about their usual Wrestling fundamentals. Wrestling is a sport for both the small man and the large man. There are thirteen weight classes ranging from ninety-eight pounds to the unlimited class. loe Blakely, Dan Guthrie, Clark Texley and lohn Holloway all placed third in district action and Arland Cluster won fourth place in his weight class. Dan Guthrie had the best individual record on the team. Dan is a junior and will be returning as next year's captain. Returning with Dan will be Tom Bryant and Larry Baxter. Gary Stewart, Ron Landskroner, Clarence Decker, Clark Texley, George Hulse ,-su.,NM We ls he that bad? 150 Dig that crazy hold! Tumbling team practices for halftime entertainment, It takes two-to spot. sms' P. E. AND INTQAMURALS .x I-,, W. K ' v -..ful Girl meets tramp. The line up. JUNIOR VARSITY we Row I: Coach Mellem, Manager Dale Berg. Row II: Rich Cerkoney, Iohn Polhemus, lim Coleman, Terry Paine, Charles Wilson, Iohn R Iohn Buffington, Ron Gilstrap, Gary Armstrong, Wally Larsen, Ray Allen, lack Bennet, Larry Senn, Lynn Hufistader. This year's I.V. squad compiled a fine rec- ord ot l7 Wins against only 2 losses. Duane Mellem's Well coached team started the season with l2 straight wins before dropping a 56-48 decision to the tough Marshfield club. They triumphed in 5 of their 6 remaining games, los- ing only to North Bend 55-69. There were sev- eral outstanding players on the squad, among them Rich Cerkoney, Iohnny Polhemus, Ray Allen, Charles Wilson and lim Coleman. -Due to his exceptional play, Cerkoney was moved to the varsity squad later in the season. Varsity coach Hank Kuchera stated that some of the boys on this year's I.V. squad are potential all- staters and that the experience gained by their I.V. play will prove invaluable in their varsity competition next year. Speedy Iohnny lays one up. E. H. S. E. H.S E. H.S E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. E. H. S. 51 BENSON 57 ALBANY 70 SOUTH SALEM 58 FRANKLIN 58 SOUTH SALEM 48 BENSON 60 SPRINGFIELD 37 ALBANY 55 CORVALLIS 51 CORVALLIS 46 ROSEBURG 49 COTTAGE GROVE 48 MARSHFIELD 47 SPRINGFIELD 58 COTTAGE GROVE 48 ROSEBURG 55 NORTH BEND 45 MARSHFIELD 47 SPRINGFIELD sed 2 Coach . . . Duane Nfellum E3 Row I: Loren lorden, Manager, Chuck Stalsburq, Lee Fletcher, Allan Crockett, Dave Garrett, David Wetzell, Bob rraiser, lim Muhr, Kadell Lopuson Robin Miller, David Dau. Row II: Gary Howard, Lee Turnbull, Neil Walker, Dick Ruhlman, Dan O'Connell, Norman Miller, Gerald Mitchell, Lar y l-lirons, Larry Fields, Pat Wiley. OPHQMORE BASKETBALL two more. l54 Coach . . . Mike Popovich EUGENE EUGENE EUGENE EUGENE EUGENE EUGENE EUGENE EUGENE EUGENE EUGENE EUGENE ALBANY ..,............. ST. FRANCIS .,,,..., ST. FRANCIS ,,,,,,,, ALBANY ..i....., ,,.i., SPRINGFIELD ...... SPRINGFIELD ,,,,.. SPRINGFIELD ..,... SPRINGFIELD ....,.. SPRINGFIELD .,..... COTTAGE GROVE SPRINGFIELD ,,,,,,, ai I ,fggnm M A qggg, N W U, S I-fa effing ut' .ni if ir Row I: Mike Ausland, lim Bell, Loren Larnore, Grant Kernutt, Dave Passwaters. Row II: Iirn Smith, Ken Maier, Wayne Whittington, Steve Seashore, Skip Floyd. BOYS' INTRAMU RALS . -A' I I, i,l- if 'SY W V X k,,V , 1 Mgr 1 , .si Y -.fulf " ,gf 5 " V ' r it in t A herd of boys??? This is the way it's done. Shove him a little harder. 155 f ,MQ ,, A I 55' L. .:,,.w' sm H -4--M 4 .r ' Me 'v jg A, 'gi TP 7. W N Q... ,ta ,J ' .11 I w ,L w X ,fr y L A ir . X ut H M wi V sr 1 an u w- z E, ' 4 -I ' if 'H vw A f' 'wi' , I. '. ,H-.fm scifi j, ,l j-A , , , . , vim .N C , " " if ty 2. af 5 s 4 am? pf: E Q1 ,4 ,f Xi ff A A , T? ai, k r liz . 5:5- ' ' fy :. ' , V. if 'i .' :si 'I -115 .f'w.iLf?f1 , , ' Jew!-2f?':,w:+f Y., Q f E ' 1 HD L., ' , Y Q 11-W ' iw gf. X. 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They kept the entire student turnout un- der control, showing the section oft to its greatest ad- vantage to the other teams and to all adults Who at- tended E.H.S. games. This group ot six girls and three boys should feel proud ot the swell job they did in making school spirit a little bit better. Mike Flanigan Paul Barber Stuart Kin9S1eY A: 'lv During the summer they spent many hard and strenuous hours working on their yells and songs. The started the year in the muddy fields of the Civic Stadi- um, When football same to a close, they changed from their purple culottes to their White ones and in- stead of jumping in the ankle-deep mud, they had the gym to protect them from the inclement Weather. They ended the year on the shiny floors of Mac Arthur Court, this, of course, was State Tournament. This year's members included Norma Maier, Sally May, Irene Street, Ianice Tiff, Pat Tuttle, Sandy Whitey, Paul Barber, Mike Flannigan, and Stu Kingsley. Each one gave a lot of their time inthe spring, teaching the junior boys and girls Who were trying out for Rally Squad. ln the spring, carring out a tradition here at BHS., they were also guests at the Spring Basketball Banquet. Sally May -ii. Pat Tuttle R' e C5 cf 0 Qo'f2f A ca 01-6' 731 G.. , ' 6 gs' f 75' 0 . of :I ' if Q . ei- za ageing ,QY5 'sxkff ine Q6G2f,,'?,,"Qf S mg R- L, 'ff 'tzflw wr p' 'A -. G Q P+? +1-4 -S 1-2 69 Q QQQSQ Q ie, Y. W fu K . Q E' I Bw Lf. wi U , - 1 f I N. - l " L - ATI C'- Q 'fi if-1' 'f5 QQ ?g'e?a 3 , k g":'fH -3 9 Qu' age mv, gag, , ,' " ' "' ff V, - '3 fb? 1. Q, . 9 Wg ffw. "- 5 'fff 3 1X 1 gang' i 4 A zkfia i 9 Q fa. Cs 'Q , '35 sv :gf 1, Q"x L9 "ew Q f f .fs JV? 1? ff Q :1"Q9Q4f5"'3?'3"3 I me Q 7 A ww, 1 4 . ' ri:fi':.."W f'1H'w Q eg 332,12 'QQ' 5 " A a"" '?f-1 f AQ' li? V, Q-f.ff f ' H+ I' 'W' 'V U' W: - wh A 1 C 'ML' ,WJ I 9 .a..u, 6 V ,iq QS' M 26 1 1 ,Q '9 gf.-:Li "I X 0 L, ,li 6 6 0- g B. Aw 4 , N., 'kg Qi, 'ff 'H'-. " ' -'30, X , . ,M I R yr r 'W Q 4 ' Tw, Y . pm ,.g.! '1 f Q I 'Im .f v Q 9 :V ,, , , ' 40- . 0. Z W , Q' 1-Mm' X 5 . . A L4 ' . , ,KL .gx n , ,R ily, MV r M + 'QB I-Q' 'Q J f Q I A 1 I 3 1 ' 4 5 s ' ,, 'f Q ' -, IX 'Q :ex- t xA. M my M' J t A 3 4.5 H W X Z.. f I ..,VW '.-N' H + M- - 0, Coach Hank Kuchera always begins his basketball sea- son by informing his teams that he Wants to be in the State Tournament when March rolls around and as usual he had his team there this year. Eugene drew an old rival for the opening tilt which they had defeated twice in prefseason play. The opponent was the Black Tornadoes from Med- ford. Although the Axemen had beaten Medford twice be- fore they were assured by scouting reports that the Tor- nadoes were much improved. The week between the draw- ings and the tournament was spent in polishing up all the offenses and the Axemen also planned their defensive at- tack. The Black Tornadoes were built around two key play- ers, all-stater, Dick McLaughlin and returning letterman Dick Copple. Eugene moved to a quick lead in the first quarter due to fine team work. The quarter score was l9 to 6 in favor of the Axemen. With a fairly good first quarter behind them E.l-l.S. went on in the second to run the score to 29 to l9. The second half ran in favor of the Axemen al- though the Tornadoes did outscore them in the last quarter. Eugene shot .457 from the field which along with their fine defensive work won the game for them. Eugene's second game was against the well rounded Pendleton Buckeroos who are coached by one of Hank Kuchera's former players, Dale Warberg. Pendleton was sparked by captain Gary Teague and all-stater from Texas, Bob Lily. Eugene battled harlie Warren of Eugene is placed on the AEState team Ace again. Warren, lim Altenhofen of Central Catholic, nd Ron Anderson of Lincoln look on. ith the Bucks to a 13 to lZ quarter score in favor of Pendle- n. After the tight first quarter the Axe-men loosened up id moved ahead 27 to Zl at half time because of fine iooting by all-stater Charlie Warren. The second half 'oved them to be the superior team as they went on to win e second half 33 to 22 and wind the game up at 60 to 43. igene shot .426 from the field which was under the pre- ous nights shooting, but was good enough to win the Jme. The Axemen were hit by a whirlwind the next night hen the Central Catholic Rams carne onto the floor and ayed their hottest game of the season. The Rams shot an credible .596 from the field. Eugene had a very bad night s they shot a poor .254 from the field. Although the Axe' en did lose the game they did corne from behind and won e second half by three points. The final score was 69 to l in favor of the Rams. Eugene then had a chance for third ace but the North Salem Vikings took advantage of harlie Warren's fouling out with six minutes left in the Jme. After Charlie had been benched on fouls the Axe- en were in trouble because Charlie was the only one tting the bucket for the Axernen. The final score was 52 48 in favor of the Vikings and the Axemen ended their iason with twenty wins and six losses, placing them sixth the statewide tournament. The Ciuflrdirlq gets mighty close during close North Salem Moments CT CIITIG here to stay! Hooray' X t 163 in WMS! uv, if fd 1 I 'IWW Qs : sixth. SPRING SOCIAL . n Q . ,1 1 i e 'D , ,-5 f in . i 4,344 .y!. .- D DAVIDV ff: . ,' W- --- 4 An ernoiionoi scene from the school picry "The Innocents," An ecrqer condidcxie "po1itics." ,, U , ,M.m.,. .ii Vx, Ji. W .K .. X , -:f::5g..-- F ,iw ,E ,, '4 , . , L ,, , - ,i -if L, K, M-vw -r-ww -,W , W K A.,L -LVk. V3 , if I i K ' I - ,sd , 1 ' 'fl ' 3 f 'i ' 5 ,r i rx r -T . vii i ,,'bi. " 3 J, VA Ei . i m e rip en.Ui QP9f' A ir' ' q 1- -Q c i , f ' e 1 cw -' ' r P ' e . fl it' io e i e wr! 113' 2 as .hx N-i Vi, , I , K C V, . , .Vg fur li: in 1 M A N"" A 'V as on "ri ii 'Ir ,i i " ' L A , 4'- e' S x, ......... i ' r oon i 'Zo Lf, " H' i vi t A x . . X , up-. ,- ,., .., .. . .,., .. I 5 11 A Q 1 i o,o g .1 V- , in A A VQ1 E Pon QLACKRU Busy scene ot oll-school production, "Finicrn's Rainbow." RN IS A VOTE ' 'N Nia' Hey, Marty, Check that grin.- Hcxrd-Working juniors prepare for the Iunior Prom. l65 Print ond Cord Week dance Queen Ljndg Owen King HCIY Allen PRWH' AND CORD WEEK Although convertible tops went down sooner than was expected ot E.H.S., the goy notes of Spring weren't sound- ed until Print ond Cord week. Loud shirts, and shorts, for that matter, were pcircxded by the boys ond full skirts with those glorious net crinolines twirled ond merged into Q streom of color on the dance floor. The front lawns become the goth- ering grounds during noon hoursy ond the crir wos buzz- ing with excitement os bets were ploced on the Olympic activities. Spring sprung, ond young E.H.S. scholars' thoughts turned to extrd-curricular dc- tivities. A possible new fo ,QQ-D ST ,Qi ii Social hour during Print ond Cord Week. uliffy x fx' o X Togs on porode. TJ :gym Spring hit him! 167 'Y Q. 9-ff-'W ah' ,,.-0' QL' M. . if inf ,M f J. Q xv r.. ilk B , K. . 1 'Fi ww. J, ai M 9... ,r 99?-.ms 'W k .N W. Q . , .. Nu., fu, W .-ww ,rm ,E ..wL pw- W M v, N-un, sa my . M' -nf ., A 1' W'g?..wJ.x f T M . ,. L,,. f , . . . L ,K ,W Qqfgmgw V. , w , . , M .. 4 V Nl M NYM' ,, .."'W' My-."Y 'aff Y Q ..wf,, , 1 Qs: .Q in K za W ' Q 'N K 2 Hi,-. 6. ,, f SQ." 1? , 'QJVV xv v ivy f. 1 ' ,, -fm , Q , , . .Y W' s f -. 2. 91 -3, S is Killu. 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A 'lar' , I V5 Q'lf4,l ., A XA' Q0 , - cz' " 4 15 5 'yqhff ' 1'3.?'f'Q 3 .W -f -- 1 -, X 'ls 3' v xx V? Mi fi: E' W 5 wr bw' I Qigfdl X ,QGENV i AXb?.Ar.4 Mnj , VQSEDU L. SEM , nip. -l'x y Dave Coe makes a flying leap A large turnout of newcomers along with several returning lettermen greeted coach Bud Robertson at the start of the '57 track season. The cindermen worked out each night at the University of Oregon athletic fields where the home meets were also held. Among the standouts on this year's squad was state champion Leroy Poindexter in the 440, Dave Coe in the broad- jurnp and high jump, distance man Ierry Wibert, Sprin- ters George Walker, Larry Senn, and Craig Bushman in the field events. With their outstanding personnel, the outlook for the '57 track season was extremely favorable and the thinclads made a good showing in the state meet which was held late in the spring at Corvallis on the OSC. cinders. Pfoindexter finishes the 440 Larry Serin S? ROW lx Fred Miller, student coach, Harvey Quimby, Stan Kambly, Bruce Taylor, Malcolm McEwen, Met Wilson, Iohn Gould, Iohn Ot- toson, Cliff White, Coach. TENNIS Tennis is fast becoming a popular sport here at E.H.S. This year's tennis team was cpmposed of several re- turning lettermen and many newcomers. Dr. White, the new PE. director, coached this year's "racket men" and led them to victory over Medford for the first time in eight years. Scheduled for the season were matches with Springfield, Roseburg, Corvallis, North Salem and Medford. U11 Met sets for the return blow. is F Row 1 Boh Booth lark M rttistn Doug Crui l-.shank lim Koenig, Bob Marsden. Row 2: Ioe Phillipay, Wally Shultz, Iohn Hirons, Larry Hirons bf I r-E GOLF Golf is also becoming a very popular sport here at EHS. The squad had four returning playersg Iack Mattison, Bob Booth, Iohn Hirons, and Wally Schultz. This year they had a scheduled meet for every week: they played in the worst of weather. Next year they should haye an excellent team with most of the players returning. On to the next hole. 4 " 3. .19 .I F fi . 1 BASEBALL 9 5 JJ. . .- -. A , -. . -. , -ff .wi ffffzw-uw .:- ff -H - , - ' - , , 'A K. . , f, , -H -K , ,,,1., in-1,:,,,,,ff----wb' f ,,. , , .. :M x ,, .. .. K . V5 . , K 1 , ' '-if' tj, , A ill A . AAVV ..A:,i V JI ' 1 Q. I q.. V' 5 H! H 4 , Batter up. Eugene scores i A Miller goes for second With eight returning lettermen to the dia mond wars, this year': baseball team provec to have a very out standing season. Cor captains Lynn Coon: and Rusty Diehl fillec center field and shor stop positions anc "Lefty" Coons also con- tributed his talents tc the pitching staff. Mos' of the boys on the first two teams were ex- perienced ball players lim Stout and Bert Clausen were the cat- chers and both were deserving of a regular place. Don Lawrence was the team's first sacker. Denny Simpson and Tom Iones alter- nated at second and Iack Bennett held down third. The outfield po- sitions were held by Iohn Polhemus, Coons. Charley Warren and Wayne Whittington. A1- though Gary Ashworth was Eugene's leading hurler, he received able assistance from reliel men Fred Pedersen, Lynn Coons and Greg Willener. Bob Brush coached the I.V. Baseball team and supplied Mellum with many hopefuls. MLN 0.5 ,I 1 3, .. isis? 'iff' ,fwggif-3,1,W f 5 3.3, 121,-im. ,i fmt Coach . . . Duane Mellem fyni- '5- 175 UNDERCLASSMEN . . . the "greenies" who are subiect to long-standing traditions which are specially designed to humble them . . . "Too green to bum" . . sophomore balcony seating in the rear at basketball games . . They withstand the good-natured brandishments ot the Seniors . . . Beneath their light-hearted exteriors they are taking on projects which will prepare them for their coming roles as leaders . ! 1 Q ,f V .. fi N i P52 V i i -d X , is .I " ,.- -ww-,. ,ft i L91 4 '19 TOM IONES President Not quite upper classmen and never again lower classmen! This class of '58 has added excitement and variety to the school this year while prepar- ing themselves for their senior year and the future. Each one's memories are different, for some will remember the class play, "The Pest" or the class party Where they played pickup sticks or dominoes between dances. The confusion of fill- ing out schedules, of halls and the lunchroom, teachers and homework, these all go to make up the individual school year. Then the spring brought the prom which promoted so many special mem- ories, whether from committees or just the wonderful atmosphere at the prom. All these and many more go to make this class of '58 mighty juniors . . . the in-between classmen! JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS LARRY RUBENSTEIN Vice-President LINDA OWEN Secretary dv. I , - ' gif! gg V 1,- T mf V few' ELLEN POWELL Treasurer V4 Q, ,., .,.. . --Q . mdk it g. A ll a A e Q ., L .9 'C' 'E L M " :Q . N, J gr., stir :oc QQ, QQ? yr y y ,?V, il A Y A 5' y v- f J " ,, ',., x K, 'C' I 4 Va 1 . I Ji ,, y A W H6 Sharon lackie Margaret Marina lOYCG lC11'1'19S LGFIY Ray Aflefle Abbott Adams Adams. Aird Alcf'n Alderman Alldritt Allen Allender A ft ale' 'N AQ- '- 'S 'A' fz'7"' 'Q 3 4 -. .X . . V ,Y -:? L N may 1 ,QV fb' r gl.: is-f ' A i yll yy yyyy - 4-.- df l aa A it A sv A Ar i it Q' ,. ' .1 lay Dena Sharon Ray Bill Gary Lucy Sharon nderson A1'1ClGrSOr1 Anderson Anderson Anderson Andrews ADWGY Amber Ar-ent t A f- Rf- l an W , , F .Nl Wy 1 Ja if lim-,.w 1 'Q rf-X, , W Qi .ml r We M 'F A Ps- A 42. ' CJGYY Carol Susan Gene lOl'1H MUYCJGYG4 MUTY Ann lL1ClY Richard rmstrona Arnold Ash Ashby Atherton Ayers -Baarstad Babcock Bachman -ff A iv ' 'IN I K - '.ll l 7 5 in I . 6' 4 W Q 'Q 9' 1 A H- ' "" , i rrrcc tr. rsrc rrr .. f' A- , S 3 y Hc a Q c r 2 Y ett - A ' A' - .Ji ,... A -:-',1- he l ' ESE' "1 Dennis Benny DO,-mg Mary Igyce Barbara Sliirly elores o ble Bacon Baker Bqrber Bgmey Bauman Baxter Bays Beach Bean X I K In I K K trrk X, Nh i 1 F 'L V LLLh , ,1 , ,X y H is- t A f ' ' " A 4 """'A- rt l 'M ' I "- t"' 'R u"'ftl1"'Z 3-f '11' Il ,.rrr fit' , A A it . if in . :A 1 1-4 ,, Darlene Ronald Kennion john Marian Dale l-tooert William Bill Beat Becker Beebe Bennett Bently Benq Berry Be-thard Betts I , K l'l'L A I -Q-Ji A J ll" 5 A E' ,t.l I I t at A rcc e ssrss A A ,a.,r,:r - y -. D- a . 1 4 nt -A 1 f . Jr A I if 4. Lita Dennis Martha Larry Darlene Vickie Marilyn Robert Kitty Bish Blxler Blackburn Bliss Block Bodqen Bglin Booth Boml-,017 c, A i A A 1 A 1.y A A f L 1 A " A 'l l 51 AAA Acs is A we 'U ig it asrt S rrrs c. cc i , sa 3 ,AQ 152 , S, - 5 kiik A via: I -, E rm, K ik: I 'rs K H K V, :KN ,X Sig! Q W A ll All Nl LQ if 4 -ic. F A ' A W ' K. f:', - . l t . , A . f A 'r., f , 3' , 'rs N 1 5 ' c ll-1dY Darlene Don Quentin Greqory Yvonne Richard Carolyn Douglass BOYS? Bradway Bray Breen Bruniq Briql Bristow Brown Brown just right ta ignite I79 4 1-5-X J' .,,iQEf4li'1fiQf:iL ' fI,,,, Brown Iunior girls make plans. Marjorie Barns 4 W 'ri 5 " ag it , . Y- Marvin Carlson Nancy Chaney Y "iff AK.. g- 1:h lim Chrislock fr 9 fi 'rf A r Wanda Conner 180 5'4" 'wi Burroughs sl 'fg,,,,l l jim Carrnickle Geri Chapman Ed ClaDD 4 rls , if William Cook Ab wr we il, rs f-N Q fl A 4' v,.. Bonnie Burton ,. 3 Q 'QQ lr Y Wally Carothers -Robert Chapman wr I Eva Clark 1. 1 1 ,nun-.. sm, tw Darryl Buttenhoff ,W 3 ,,,,, Darrell Carroll Georgia Chandler la-nice Clark Biii Bryant ig 32 r Q I Y sf -Vw 'YW Delores Cameror, .123 O Bruns RTI 1ff'3Tl ff 4 E9 I 5 ,1 R H 2 , ,,,, 3 irrv if, I U! x Sr iff? il'i 4 'iii ,, 'L' 'f M '-Q., , O C 5 Brunton is F 1 pm gr N' w ,sr ,1 M--Q Bernell Karen Lani Buck Buckbee Burcham Campbell Campbell A ll 'K 9 syil i ' . t w. E CWJA Q Larry ,Q ""ll 'fr gl I .L1,-, ,-""" l f 'Rimes Carroll A .f xlf ' 5 sslr s Steven Charles i l K H J- f:, ' H5 ig 5 iryyyrr , 5 5. B rt Clausen lll. . ' 1. D C sly D Sanara Linda Linda Cook Cooper Capping Louella Richard Cerkoney A Cerkoney : : H' I 1 'lane Diane Ch'en Childress .X 'Y' qi- : gi 5 -. A 'wx b Q.,5 K7 Campbell Xf Bryant Carolyi Burecke Sharor Carle Chambers if ..,- W ' X fxxi. ' ' ' 12 Fifi 52.11. if Iosepnine Chilen Chambe lf l ,rr W 3-of , i H .rv 5: -, ,. Q , v lim Christian E .iir lilf f 1 i r A--v ,1. 3 3 yyyyg EE' o r Q Gayle PEE Clough C019 K l j ? ii - ,i fr, IL. 'vw-f 'il K .wf2,lf' ' lim Coleman ,,,, Y ! , mx S' fi is in ! I fi qv f 'Q' I X Dwayne Carol Crabtree Cracker just right to ignite inner 2. Frederic Crafts Dixie Collin: rlliii C Iosep Crensh- ,wj fa if 4.7 Shirley Crider lla """"' :V -af qw Geraldine Davenport Qi 2 X, i is 'Dale Dillingham F -I may. ff Bette Dunn in ws-w Roberta Elmer tqgnet YH?if loetta F aw ,W ,H 3 ff rg I f' 51:1 , .,,, , rl it " ri: 5 - ,xs'!f2g-'ff' 'WSI vi . ,. , M Michael Fish Q I . N 1-iii 7 nw . Laffy Croskey ff" 7' , , - 'ELSE' , it 4llri'g4l Waldene Davis eanna i f Dirlam QJEE Q wif W.. 5 "'22'.U""' 'wif A J, :gg Iim Earle ' L .r if a Robert Epperson S N . di Dennis Ferquson 4 i 1,38 , I ,, 'Dennis Fitch K ' C3 Margaret Cross ,R - ' A Q 11- 2 My ,L f Q " 1' -ns. 'Q .K :V time Harold Davis 4. in ii NG C .-t Diseker Tikaggy . -- ,. Q , ' 1 - A Marilee Edminston Rtiialdi Epperson Laurence Ferguson 31-vi y y r , . , vl- I GY F ialstad 9 f . , Mit HL: 0,04 'funeral' Gary Crouse R Dealy is N , W ' E Q3 lt, as yr it yi' Thomas Crowder iane Delyea -we r i - f- ii X-. .WV Q ,, A' A 1 ee r5TE-'me Dixon 'QQ fi E F - Ioyce Eickmeyer sipiaf F um? 2 , V "L i enii. te-t . .i Ea it , 1 . , My . . . SEQ? Epole 133 ,rw D 457 -: 59,1 5 ' john Fiter Q v. X , s,-' ,- slit.. 1. 'G' fr i Q A S Q Virginia Flint Dompier ,. A g t g. . ,- tg 1 t itit it ,J .W,,' f Stephen Cruikshank Q W , A A A 1K Virginia Delvloss . ...' Qi 'Ui . +,, U Y Dormanen ' .i . 3 we F . C... in , ' J: Q, Eidson t WV. Q". ,IJ on Eiqsti L in reliant n 1 L E QW 6' A t 5: L e Lynne Cushina Sihgils if ...., -C f 463' 'Fla , J p .V . "fire qweti 5 . 1-tichard Deniiy v ' Q Q., ' 41: '-is Harold Druclen V' , a wi ., I y,,yttt . it Nancy Ekbom E -,fy . , W VKX W W, fm . E 1 . Fliathy Allen Donald Claire Daqqett uf 'Qi' t lnqrid Derkatsch -,f Lyii Q' 9 gy Jr Iudith Drury ii .je ' 1 'V Carole Elder G-at ,W ,. N-, 4 ,wt l ' 'Lf If f D IOY Erdman iqkson Erwin Evashenko teeny Terry Finke 'iw tm. We k 21 Ioyce K jx - ' .-'ii -Q., - 4 Gloria Darold ie ff- ,.. Haag Diehl X xyta 'i 4-. 1 z an Dunlap lea 2+ ' W, ,run 2, Nyle Fllioii iii- lv Robert Farwell pmley Study hard juniors. just right to ignite 181 ,-.. .N ' 553 W' im". 7 5s.i. ",' n C Mildred Rjchgfd Ford Foreman 5 lk' '1 ,- Senita Mgr! A Froehlich Frost Vlary Ellen Neil Goin Goldschmidt :ggi I Q vflsfmllil ll Marilyne Steve Griqqs Groff zr- F A llll Karen Judith Hanson Hargreaves nm ' .1 :lf KGY Ronald HGUH Hawley 7 ll Flal Velma Thomas Henaqer Henshaw 182 f' 4 Sandra Foster at hr 2' , . ,lvl Q ,. A 4 ,',, f f' il' ll sm Rol pl lcritt Q ' " . ,111 w 1 Siqrid Goldsmith -. 15, , Vlnllql. jk' Rebecca Grove 1' -Q 'J 'W Charlene Harlow LI' . ,U i.tTly!y Z!! L, N1 .tm , ttl Robert Haxby E -. . Douglas Hensler 3 l ltfflm, fl rti it tat H U ' F ox JW H , Q lll so Terry Gardner ,:,W i Rosalie Gould tg rw -L A is 3 2 .1 'filet .... .. vat tr, 'lm fe' gg' N loseph t tfhaf , , F , 1 ., -if .? all i . .J Douq lass Harrell Edward Hearn if-vga. f : ,tggprr ttt M i ' --' ' amy, Q lames Hepner ' .f--7: Abii ,. Christine Franz .1 .A K df ,a,,,g1 l ' gtg -is w li Exit Thomas Gentle Carol ,Graslie Q t W QM 1 . 1 A ,, ,, 7' N il" 1- fi!-T l 'L '12, pjfgg t g lt, -,..4.i, - if Dan Guthrie Betty Harry Lester Hedqecoke . .ly l ' 9 rf Sk ly! 1. X .L ., 'Nia , u Doris Hemandez . its s ' F at F ,trl C V rt,t G art' , 47 Kiwi ttt. F C 3 "'- A 34215 Isl' ,ft lone Sheryll Helene Fredrickson Fretwell Ffisbje Froehlicl Z' Q ,414 Q tinn ,fr Charles Richard Pat Getchell 4 -M Getty Gibson Glassmc ,lly i sttssl it COHH1 Wendell Susan Gloria GTCIY Gray Green Grieve E llr lrlll Vi R ,, . lll, ,V' . ' 'lli tll- llt' Brenda Iohn Francis lames Gustaisan .Haaf .Haines .Hall l".l V l, -- y F a ll --.t-f l t t N I I A ,.,,. i , , - ' -' ,-E'-ills? Ieanne Martha Dlck Ion Hartman Hartsock HGYGS Haskins Yr Yr gzr V , . 4 N H ' A rrrt F L SDGIICGI Carollee Sandra RObert Heide Heinz Hernminqsen Hemphil. C if f ? tft 1 F it tt A 1 , tt. 1 john Karol Roger Bryan Higlf Hill Hill Hodges just right t0 ignite Lorna Hoqansen 11: I lem it sz has 'f Lynn Hufstader Iackson I Barbara ' Ianziq Dorothy Iones l udy Kiess lharles Kraft V. it we - . - .., .i ,B ?rKrr's? Hoffman 'g..!,,,.i, V Carolyn Huqhes gf' .i n f it li " 72522: :s, V . Iustin Iackson Iaros .fi .glllzi-Kit?" K -n., .,, , , Q yyyyyr warns' 7.41 it 'till Tom Iones N " ' bfi- K, Lynne Kinter ,-4? In I W X 4 ,vi Q, lid Hohberq ,. . 9 Z ' T ,.f' I ,'f' il ,,,f ..,f 1 , t. I A Iackie Huqhes , in H 'fr it fi, W-.1 yybfyf L Barbara Iacobsen fs?'ifw5' Gary Ienson .W H 6 at QE I S '-if W Stan Kambly Kina to e f "rr y Robert Carolyn Kraus Kress t l if . Ylohn Holloway , aafr B yyff W ,gl ' lames Humphreys K , q-33221,-gif-l .E , ij ' A my 3- T . fe li? Marcia lacobson Barbara ' Iohnson 'ffo I7 "' " , t wr ' 5 Richard Katon Barbara Klabunder gqawfggg Max Kuntz Holverson Mary Ellen Hurd ygttf: MJ ,gl L A Linda Horninq in pi? 1,17 tg 1 W' L . - .Q , -Y' - B... H - ., E Y ut 1454 4 1 Hutton , Wi, ., Sandra Horninq in L 2 ' li'- ,-3 2 :25 t Bob Ingram we 46? , if 3 Judy Iarns illlfqyli f 1 Keith L lohnson l l1dY Kelts V ff- Louis Kopp ' rlrrfl M Vienna Kathy lacobsen Iacoby ,, " ' tsol , or it l Giloria Judy IO MOT' Iohnson . xzr A , .:Vt. l L ,,,. -. :,:,.+L :tw K Glenn eamey Kelson ggg1E5fBr ilggflf lCIII19S Verna Knoelder Koberstein ' "" . Q J ig V me F we , V JV Z lv ., is S YQ William Ed Kuykendall Celeste Laird Lambert just right to ignite K ?""".. Sandra Houmes 5yii"'ig?'l1a Q- 'Less Issaac I ""- .arm ,. I fn it -. ' F9 K ,. Dorothy lames " ' ws, :'."s ' 0. i Wx.. 'QF' it ,, 1 -im ,V jf- ' " ' 'Xia Huffman 'QQ wg .. ll' Darlene Iackson fila- fw- Sherryll lames f "iff gl las Lynn Iohnson 5, 'R' Mike Kemler 5 'Vs' K+ yy Karen .Kor.stadL. - vi' ,,,,.i. ., X ll.'l' 9 David Lamont Ted lohnson l s ff Q fr ' , l Richard Ktiflllledy Q. . 'E f : I Diane Kovytnovich Loren LaMora 183 hun-an . 4 ,- Marqurite LanQC1I'1 v ,Q F 'ia-L. K we, Dave Lernery Z H M ZVZL. ,Q V5 Bill Louvring E K'- SM, 1 iq Barklara ' ' L. if QE ,Q L'f1Q' 'Y it i 4 'lf' , s i 1 -iw A Lau! hm Lana Larson LGWS w 11 'V' H' . s uni . ' I ,size .aww , 415 Q J... W james Lewis Bruce Lesan 1 ., . ,W wggh' ,, Wai E, ..i it 'V' ,1. , ' Q- if 4141- ' A N7 f Clayton Lawson B35 fa ,XA Cecil Linder Q w ' 1' .f l Q s it i All 4 Henry Floyd W Sandra Love-all it Malcolm Raymond Priscilla Lusk L ,wb Ioanne McDonald H: m,,' L Richard Little e. he lem if A1 'iiiiii LA Susan Lvnes f it ,, Bonnie . . V , f--11 184 Linda McKay , s Glenda Marshall Mike Matychuck ,f 1" ' LeRoy Miller IoAnne Leach ii,i i L Genevieve Lobaugh Mcflard '5 A 5 -Q:-'ft , ' Errol McPhetters if jimn Mathews DSGHHQ Max E ,R . 5?Iisg ' 1f Q -: EL 'fs uggf Q av. B v mm 3 at wx A Barbara Lee , .. f C I i Mir-'N' ,, it ,mv l Sandra Lohikoski A -,,, .. if A 'iffy 5 , we 4 :,,,- f A it f',"h, , . L., james McClure -.Y -at V Gordon Madsen i 1 .p I ' V " - V Annadele Martineke nz ' lv li , . . X 5 f . me t 5, f , sf Chris Merrigan Linda Lee ! , I 1 . , K L I Uwen Logan Q inns-'K , f I' Marvin McClendon 'HN 0 Q, kkkyy Raymond Mahonev 1 N, fa sq ,. A 2 'lr sf Q 4. OH- Bally Mathews 1 , ,. 3 .E ' :lf 'SM H , . i FQ : Sheldon Miller W, isii .5 yi ii L 3 si ,W .P..,...,Q ME, it 4' 1- Fred Pqtgy Robert Millett Minkler Mintz just right to ignite ,. fl A We A David Leeper E Harold Long gal-sf Denni Mcfforl I ki 'W' Kennet Maier lysfs y L, N i f A Jackie Mattisc ll Aix -E' lvl Q' W idk ll'i ell Millei ms, . . oitf Donal- Monte 915 is 5 A i ' im in yi?-K ' . I l . W . x ew ' I' - Chard loody 1 a 19124 x Betsy Moore . if If .fu I if 3, ie D , - K ?CIl'1I'1G arrow E' 3 O P f'-fx. 4'-f' , flelvin lurrav !?',' K I ,J Robert aedham Darlene Olson N-12.51, icharcl edersen 'Divx 9 3' .ayton Pooe Carol Mouflv f'f-:PN D a rv' Earbara Myers . M r K ..- 'fs k 'K Phyllis Nelson Larry Olson Duane Petzold M Thomas Posage dl-li" lm- .--nnovw I -in 755521, wi" f Z -we - 'Martha Moore --Q Y QQ Al l c 'Raymond Mueller S fa M ' ltr? 15 lf fvK,gQ Barbara 1-.Owen MOTUUU Morriss lm a -'lil ' sl , gf ' Gerald Mulkey I .Fx- Robert Mulligan - lg ll.o ,T,lll L A WWW -' S' K "" f A ' rA.f 12" H H l . ., --,,. xx V J .. rrol. ,Ay Darlene laclc . luincla Myers Myers MVTHIO W R Q ri tr ca 'karl yy 5 sys dl Ronald Ness f ,k.X , Wi' , 4,-. Sarnuel Gloria Phaigh . H N' f 11 , V A- I Vrtb efqfwiiy K Ellen Powell Walter Ne lon il Xa , ,A Linda Owen Merlita Nicolson Barbara Nixon f? ww if David Passwaters ,I ll liii li in M -W-351 I. ' - A ' was as K if X Sabine Phelps . O if fl i.-, , f - 1 1 'gg , I 52 'M 4 H, gf L .. . ixf E. Q., , Q ll I I E Gary Powell joe Phillippay Robert Pricket ,ag 1 Cherris Oar MF' Eunice I-i1'1C1C1 Penniston Pefklns ' uf V ' , Harry Patsy Picke ' it PLIYS banara Lynn Pulliam Pyle Y srl., ""f- X Ny , v...: ix nw-...f 1 Carolyn O'Hare Kay Perry . J, -sr Q, ,,, john Polhemus of " -Q ' ing . Bonnie Quick just right to ignite s Eff I 'QPR Q .aur- 1 . JB I Thomas Oliver I . QL 'r a is P vs, N 'f Thomas Pettiiohn . -. y V vu.. ,X 1 , E Kay Pooser Kay Bader 185 ' S ff' - ' S -0 fl" W SW: R 'F RW atricia Revell ti-,t.. V .2 :Q 251352 ,. rf' Dee Robinson lean Ruthven Donna Reade i if-fig ,Q f 3 ' aries Rhoads , W ' git . wt, h Dorothy Robinson , at wr in if X ' W Terald A Ruthven llllvin Reddig 5' ' 5' Q I AAl Jno, A f Charles Richards A A johnelle Rogers "7 .SQ .Y ,A 'V nav- 5 S ,,,,,y.,, it 57 , 2 Robert Saunders ' UA'ia'i:i - t if ""1. l fi, Q ' ' fi fi' R i S iii S iisir ib r as sibii S srrr 5' i .ils Q. 'L is 555 , , --.: si.: G - 5 rr e z ft Mary Wayne Stephen Seal Sears Seashore Short 4131229 - -- ei f ew, sz 1 .lv ,, M-VV: 'K u -f.,,2ruig 'his :Y .. '2:?'."' A 55 -P UHISS Seydel 186 I 'Y t v ,Swv , YQ? il ,r Q J t X J . onja Slack rtstina Shultis, 'if ' .':fff?i ars W ayne Small l Q -, fy: -, ' it y gtk ,K ifxiil I Effie". 1 ill,, R , t .,i'i , 6, lohn Reece - 11. s ip . oma Rickabaugh 3' va 5, 3 li . , Richar Roblyer K . I v 'Hifi 63 in 3- Ha lf Q1 ...J .,,,.A. b E.. t ttf' L Carol Schamber QT - Q 'lf 'if Larry Senn .ij Qpftl -:1,Vk:,, f Larry Shurtz 1? ,S M A, t 'mt :W 331 NF tw w a Q 7 Darrel Smith . R if Barbara Reed -Ego? h tt? Roseberry Helen Schneidow Sandra Sergeant -2334 5, S' . - g'1:br,'5f. E ' :Qi 'il 5 'WY V' S 2212-i ff ,'..-, t . 5" tili betty Reed Sandralee Rinnert ,, it ' , ' 'H , Larry Rubenstein Scoopmire I is ig? I K , iv i rf' to H . S rf' r 2 Q . foren IQITIGS Sick? lm!! 1t:r5cV ri::.1,g,'5g: ,. . ,. Dennis Smith Simmons just right to ignite ut R Reirsgard Irs Eleanor Roberts X .0 1' as ' 'AR . it H ff , " Ronald Rubenstein Robert-U ' Scott Iudith Shaffer Simmons Deanna Relyea james Robertson WM auf, Q t rm.: Dennis Ruff Donna Scott y ytttitiSt ,is 1 ,tcc y Robert Shanks Shepard ew WI. , Rohr Renlc 'f l..eAr Robert 'Q 4 rf fgt 1eQ1'1l'1 Russe f Lili Randc Scott tl! - if 4 Carol' Shaw gi 1 Ba bcm Sitzmar Robe Smith Smith Smith .tm ie it 114, lWI'e1'1Ce mortland ECITIHO nshoel l ,r David immers T 9 .bert en ell anita Lorne ff' at if T. A vyce 'uax lnton :hytil sq,-, gay V 'is' 3 r arwwgt XPQH1 Sorenson Eddine Stephens Summers "wr f Arthur Thenell Eggff Helen Thorson r it Si fjo 2.111 Yce Tucker , ' Charles Van Dyne Xe iw W sail il I Connie Soward + igialr I ., .. ..,. . I arbara Steven s ragga? :-.', M Q N evina Summers . 1.r , , , , ls .,,, 5. ' L Willi Thom y W.,, ,Vs Q .. .dl Clarise Tift nf' A 7uqQsFv TSSEQERYQQ .i ii flr 1 ' "N" Q f + wi 1 illy Tucker y i 4' 1 is 'll' K lf Doug Vaughn yi. , t f Sq ,Eiga X l v LZ It L1 'ln leapt .Qi Q 4 1 'ilu 1. Www- A 1 Sparks Strayer iws??l-f ,. r T, Jfjiiiff - l lah? Schlesinger F W' My Betty Thompson Charlotte Tobin GTOI1 Tullar f X 'ri 3? -- f. iw' wr 'avant MW' an Myrna Veal xs...ig GGY Sparrow z e . ,Q W ,Vi T was f o Staley ,T 'S I V ,. o T - .rms J me X . l xl 4 I h I Margaret Strilzvk ' ,ig- 1 ' ffl, QM. f , X Malicent Taber . My v .s if 'Wg . E A ,K ., t so Bonnie Thompson .f-- T Terrance Tolson ..-Q -..,k 3 '1 'E EZ' . its X 'HB 5 A Q S. j m LEE. aro Tullock 'if aahh Efhfhif ,T Kathy Voeltz if . . . Q . it N V irqinia Strite fy 'gt ri Tiff Eldon TGPp etr T VV7.k 733 9" A Frederick Thompson .flvz f V115 .1 1 M., , .fs fi x as lv N ,G r trrttttt F M" Kathryn Torvik Tulloclc r e l +1 f Iim Scott Starkweather Starlin E7 rf. ' f 'iit W T . , Allan Stromme 311 r f T T . FUCS Taylor H., , ., - I I K. A ,iz-3? 12 .Q .f t x Karen Thompson 5, ,. J if ' ! Z , ,r www 4 .v liar? . ...rs . Marilyn Tread well Tuning 1, 1, , 't l :M V- It i- 6- .1..1 4. 5 3 2 1 ' 1' i T , swag , x 55 t an H -era o Stump 1 1 lar, ' I F F i 1 i' J w. I ,... . 1. . .M . ex -.1 Ardys Taxpal Sharon Thorn 'rims gi Q A . 1 ..., i Q if - 2 , t -I 1 Peter Trenholme Tyack ri, ,,,.. I 1. r khkh ww ji . 1 '.', - " ' " ' - ' , ,.. rf P , fr A 4 -ifu w m , 'I' A Edward Bob Gail V o Qlol Walker Walkly iust right up ignite A . W al 3' . 1 .gafll ' , Carl Long . 2' 4. u R 1 ' li? ls uf- , "' ' a Tuanita Sullivan ,E A --ri-.5529 Iohn Taylor T' ' gr- N I 1 .x ' Tona Thorn lv I if Cxlaudette Troian A44 t' Y if Q abit ' A 'Lf- f A V l onn Tysell 1 P, F QQQE .1 1 W QH' - wh. Donna Walters 187 Waning Westerlund CY Wilkinson W , . - lg ig...ig-ji si ' :" fp., ,,. , it ',g,f:,?, 1 Iudv Winters Woods I 88 ,li l g H , l, 15 Y . Q e5Er.t ' 5 , '- K Caroie Warren W gggfg onnie Wheat Willener .. ,Q . if ..,. .L " ii? . ,, 3, F Wilson W fr. 1 V 4 W w gf lla , 1 4 fi! .. Woodson I .l,6.e.,.5 ,1 P 1 Ltr . ii if H sf ' ' . If f, Charles Wo rren .suf- Sue Wheeler Wi liene GITY Wobert Woodworth CIITSD. nre .E -If enooo t -M ii M 9' A is f it 4, W P lyn White ,. K . . a, ,l id' f.!'Q"'2?T ' .5 5 EV .h Iini Williams! ri 5 I xii f t t A 35 will 'V tr i W 4: , ,..x L: . , ' if QM ,u EH 5 t - Verl Wartenbee Williams Wassom Whittington W fi WV- ? ? 5Q?f in .- f ichard Williams I IE? V L: .:i,,, s o E ,T ,,.. ..,, . ifq 7 ' Joyce Robert' W Wood Wood s i i A ml F Wi Cor e ia Wright Wright Yates just right to ignite Mhigeisig Paul WC1tSO!1 Weathers s i i Q!! .ss W . ,, 1,. AV h FLA Darrell I eor W A Wilder Wi,e'drich WN t si Q, t V .11-- I' AQWK Y J if lly W ren a Willis Wilson 1 ..,, 35 i , R. - ' og cott '- Wood Wood Young Zamorna -' .i--HQ s iii Peqc Wel X s W , ,.z7"' , 'iii ' cx Will b 4 Wc K' Q. V' . . ka -Q, W si ' a 51 , 1 ' v I -v U F: ,gh , M . wi. i . i V Naam . Larry Hirons President The class of "59", also known as the lowly sophomores, arrived for their first day at Eugene High with shaky knees and a green look on their faces. Never before had they known register- ing could be such an ordeal. All dur- ing the first few weeks, they could be seen wandering around with a lost look in their eyes and wishing that they could be back in their small junior highs where they had felt at home for three years. But making the most of it, they settled down to learning rules, regulations, and traditions. The sopho- mores began to feel more united and like a class after fall elections when they elected four capable officers, who all were from Roosevelt Iunior High. As every year, this class of over 700 had certain traditions to uphold. A new look was given to the "E" after a very thorough painting by the lower class. Hoping to get better acquainted they held a strictly sophomore dance, which was marvelous ,The end of the year approached rapidly and plans were underway for the annual ninth grade party. A large representation of incoming sophomores attended and had lots of fun. All of these things and more went into making their sopho- more year one to be remembered for- ever. As they left school in the closing days, they realized that soon they would be juniors and they would no longer be 'TOO GREEN TO BURN." SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Dan O'Connell Vice-President I oy Rubenstein Secretary Connie Wilson Treasurer ,wi : ' f-5 , , awiiyh, Wi, H. 5' 2 -s-1 V V '1 BOIIHCI lames Mary Linaa Aird Aird Albro Alldritt l L 'K V, obert Anne derson Ankrom Ames ludidth ' 11 with Balch Barker Bankhead Bm-ber W- 5, ei AA,. 2 - s A 11 B. V ' it 2 lis lilliam Lzeraia je-cm H b t Bean Beeker Beckos Bgdjgvi ? V? i D e f ' ?Ycile Helen A Ianice leler Biqqerstatf Biggs Bish X av: Q- i t E A A M M it 557 ' ,,! E i-1- film- i w .i Lf. 2 ' IITY LGWFGTICG Iuljus james Dom Boles Bolles Bonney ? .5 ell . H llle B M if , llll f I f j , :CIYOH James Diane james oyles Brandt Bressler Brock Dennis Allen lf- Roberta Aufder heide A ll Caroline Barney Lucinda Beebe ln e Ai nvellf I Darlene Bish M Q 1 ' ll l David Booth fi? , if B,fi--' iflg I ,," mil , ' , ,DV,J if Q , 711 Donald Brooks f g -l 'Q fm 1 1 , ,P ., . .t -.. 'Q if A V t 9 i Edith Allen 'Nm Q -if -. .. , , ii ,J '51 ft, I mei ---f Iudith Augustine Q 1 v rx Fl ,uth Bartle K , . Q 1. Sim" .4 4, UiCII19 Beezley , ,i,l W, , 1 . I ' 1' Marcia Bishop ,L 51.. :rf EV Sally Bornholz Gerald Brouhard lg H fill 4 iiaa B Gordon Allison , frf. , V . ,k, ,IM 'K gg, . ,B B ly 1' 3.3, Marcia Ayres rf' . F" I Robert Bascue ,.-K., .vdfflh Y,,,,5,,,,w b T i il g l-'red Belsey L Q5 . ,W -K. 4 n Kenneth Bittleston lt r, rl . K wi james Bosteter -- ' rs 3 5 axial, 2 J, 5 , , " it F '44 iici B Charlotte Brown ,4 M' ,I vs Amos Anderson T ff,x I if .lpn rl EN Lee Barbara Babb Bailey T' ,, if 'ta B sl Lawrence I Bruce I Baxter Bqyles ' 5 ' in K l ,,,-x i .. l K we J ,F Wi Doris Stanford Benson Bettis .MJ --1 ' V B -'..-:- Michael Donovan Blakely Blaser 3, ,Q ' '23 a- FL-x Ziff' L99 Richara Bouers Bowers " A U .1 ini .' 2 ww Donna luditn Brown Brown too green to burn 191 1' . Q . i . ' 'W f A t 5 ,il KUY Brown -, up , ' 1 .sfklw ' 4' :ff . , -v . ,1 ,i' f,3, ' 1, f :r g SgndroT Burdick Carmiencke Ioyce Chamberlain L . l ... 'Sher1Hx Brown AF?5driclE Brownson lu .pi f. , i vn u.. 1 .,, William Burke Butler f Qf 5- f ,-f ' -"ri Y l " ' 4 I1 5 Mlm 1 fl, f .. ' iIgi"?'f"i"" B Q Sally Carper 2 - if Linda Chapman A ,., 5,- it David Carr Nl' :ill YW: I L .i QW . lr, I' """ ,flgpm Merle Bruce Kitty Button -. , .5 fl Q, ra: ,. . f f .A i . H fir, 3 ,V .rv 1 Sandra Bryan 'W Evelyn Cahn lf' E ft I lLl,,i I f'k fl I 'NJ ' fr l ft leaf git . ,,1,:,s:Qg3i . j All Allan Carter Ann Carter : Dennis 10119 I-GYTY Chase ., v ire ll V srrt Arloa Torn Brenda Cluster Cochran Chase Coqqins My Chase Ella Cole 192 Cooper w -w 23 iw as 5 , .,,, xl Dgnis Buftinorton E Michael Callahan 1" . Alice Campbell . 1 , ,-.ag - ,, , 1 rl isa r X ,N A - Iudith Carter Sue Carter Dale Christenson Iovce Collar Christison if if W t l l l 1 it I A BTH' Connie V ,kg , ..'.. fl 1353, lt 1 ":' lf' F lifw ff ' Q . Delvin Ccrrnutt Eleanor Cotey flare. t iw Darleen by Douglas M2ilCI1'1le pcm Sophomores do study! C01 1sineau Cowan Cowles OX too green to burn L like tx f Qi I Lawr ence an Bumqarner ur Q W. ,., L C . t' 1 -4:7 ,, ' l 'l'1 lvlarlyn llJ Campbell CUTIE W' 1 l lil if f i l Delores Cons Cartwright Chc Nw' l Bandra Ph' Clark Clinq tl. ,L 3 C nl 1 Aihr . David D9 Coombs CO t tr,ls ., . , 1 B a Roqer Lir i Cour Q .,. z S ' Q- ' U Cram l if ln ' 1' H- E - ll W A W eq-. ':' il Alan Douglas A Sol A Richard Denise Iroclcelt Cruickshank Cuddeibaffk Curtis CYCCIT , A i i i ,i i D D ' rf 5' ,,,, 4 H W3 F E crl 1 s iyiif 4 i f .44 s K Al' -A 2" s fl W i Sarbara Ioan Uavicl Linda Daifiala Dailey Darling Day Daurlel David l -B 2 l"" Q QF ,i ' fl , DD DDD Z l,., D ,aa Q e A a I 1 All NGUCY N911 Delmer Glen David Davidson Davies Davies Davis, - ,A wi ,ir i .g LVLIAV Lv ',.-', A i is I -D , kiz. ' 1 ' WW . . Richard Katherine Oscar Marilyn Gale Deming Demarest Denny Dila Diiiamaii gm ,gn-V! I H , ,,i if-+ ,L 1,1, .fa 'num M iisi Q' I , 5 35.1. , . -.. - , it I Wayne Richard Dawn Alan Kyle DOWYIGS DICIQOO DFGW Dnchesneau Duclose Q , , T3 my i f ' a a QL is i riii Eh: K ikrk Wvrh X i"'yy if ss. ,. f , W W. 'enelope lock Michael -FYCIH lgyce Eaton Edblom Elder Ellickson Elliot W E iirs E i W ri.i ii ii Q, ,m I? L, ,trr l R2 R i pf ii az - ' i'i - . i, " 'Z i ii iiiiiii W 1 . W I ,,,, '. Q UTOY1 loan Sally Donald William lflglufld Eslvold Evans Faris Farwell lc Do sophomores know how to dance? rr,c A .... f lflii ll ii' D ,,,1 , Y, ili 1' lOhI'1 Barbara DGYTOY1 Dean '--'V l xii. H I ludy Dodge 6- Qi . was N Barry Dunlap Wh' Lyle Elmore if W Q- Harold Felter ludilh Donaldson Nfl VI. Bertha Dunlap i N 1 ' ' lil av. F f Ramon Deardorlf I 2. ' v Q pw , gr ivv l 1 . Donald Donahue 'egg-D Sandra Duprey o n Ernlen Enebretsen 1 Z 'li ' Z' Q, ' .i E ' Richard William Pee Fegles too green to burn --x flv x""f Edwarc Deane: Q . 4-S Q 4 Karen Dolv ,WW . lv- , Harold Earl .gm Q-P: if QCII' GTG' Englund 193 F gif- ..'LL :tif TW' Owen Field 3 Fletcher l ludY Gant 1 S , Y 5 ,2 i I ll U 1 ., 4.6, , V ernon Gerber W F2 ., " y r yi.: fi - ' t btoland Glass i iii" 'F l JP of Carol Graville an WH. Hale I94 3 gf .,, Hi. fx 1zk I .1,, .,..k V ,K V , :VL x 1' ,V 13? ,L F K H .LLLV fi ik- it . V fAVVVV, t 1 eee 1 Ronald Lloyd Melvin Donald Lola Fields Finch Finch FIHICIYSOH Fish if lll - 7e..d,d. i P"l it -mf nee Mary Ronald SONY Robert P0114 Foote Forcum Fox Frachieseui r F el F llr l ' llll lllll ' QI' ":' ll'd P '-,hX ' P leeie 'A:"! K f f ".1 lll' M lOl'11'1 lgmes PCIU1 David ll-1dY Gille Gulles Garner Garrett Gandy f - ' 'izrl sr . rrri,l,, I , I ., ,,,. VV,,k i,r yy y Lynda iuarin barbara Ularise David G Giesler Giesy Gilbert Gilbert Gjlbertsgn , e ry ,l,. ,r el i ' r:,,i 'K VAVK Bruce Gilbert Sharon Peter Linda Glenn Godell Golden Gordinier Gould .fs .. 1 F .. I Carol mfg Mary PGGT1 Karen Green Greyefbiehi Griffiths, Gross Guldcqer A A 5 It' . I M i l'iii if 7 A ttt i F David Honalci Lynda Edward I-tnea Uaire H911 Handy Hanes Hansen Harding too green ta burn Benjamin Fisher Pi X ig . if X 'P i 1 1, fi ., M , . W 113, 'if 'f 2 ... Ter 1 y Fitzpatrick Phillip Peggy Freeman Fuller Ina Elizabeth Garoutte Gaskill W y.t H l . ttv rin l rlly ' tisy ,'-, Q F beverly HOr1CIlCi Gillespie Gilstrap 'irr G y I1il9S Graham Grancorvitz l F iiyi G Ion Mary IO Gum Guske lliilir F G Nicki An n I-Iarkins Harrington .ttii ,135 ,. ,152 X fe Dan Fi: ig, an Gerc Gabi Pete Geerts F Michc Glo! Bark Grc 44, O Ca Hac ft'i5f,,, my N Cmr Hari E L m Gary lr'1rtsOCl'1 .sw ,VL X G ICIY enslee p I . W il Robert Hirt -2 Linda loooas my mmgi lifford werton 1 si. I .1 3 f 41" ,le 115 Davida Harwood Marilyn Herrman 'f..u Q2 I L rw Wx' E 1 Susan Haw orth Hicks , gf :ku-yt ' I l J A, f gs Ioanne Patricia Hockaday Hodges 'E' vvimgrki HOFUQP my if f Q L Vr I s Bob Hudson ,HW T' " if ., , I "VAST A-'K . ,f 'W sf W t f i l homas Hornsby Karla Hudson , . ,gr ' my VL.V I 'L 5 1 ..kr ,, r ag i fem d inuqhis Shari Bland Irvin Iseli 9' A Ni? , ji ,iii ,. - .v 2 effv -:.--,,1 -24 if' Vg ., irginia Ickson lames Marian L Ians M Iudith Hearn 1 iz i if L if iii t iiiiii iiiA Q - 1 Sharon Hildenbrand iilaii 'Ki ',,:f:i..fM 2 i . vii l ff Dixie Hofeldt ' 1 uuane Hought sm ' W'?Li..,! A Dixie H1 i Hman Ivey 'fl' . .1-. 5, H9 'at , .w . . ,, ., . , I ,tm Iarvis 25 W it Ronnie Heddinqer l 1 4- ,sv- J: , ,gm 5 - .'i.1 ljiicie Hill 435. I '14 ' Q, ,1 Alan Hokenstad 5 .L Vi yiyy we -fs wm a , .,.. ,, , jo ce Hounshell Q at ti f i l liz' if yi y I E l iri ll Glenn Huitt Iacobsen Charles Henderson - va , .-" , Lin a I-Till Holmes , ,. L ' Sue Hoven Eugene Humes .fzf"" "I, W. Betty lean Iackson ruman lavne y,, Lynette Henderson M 2 P atricia Hinds L Ted Holmes ll'. fl F up V. 'Y' 1 y Gary ' Howard i, fi Iames Husband .i ' t 'sl 'H 0 It 4-ll .' PM ' Peter Theodore' Hendrickson Henke lu lf' f W' 'P -: -ss .del ' 'v.1r', TGP 911 Larry Hintz Hirons f--1 l- , , Ioyce Benny Holsevbrook Holtan 'H f' 7, G: ,1 i issr 5? -N MGFY David Howell Howell 521 1 Kathy Hushover Billy Inqram ic? 1 -2--il K N., , 'IQ ll :ty si ii ' Don Tackson Ienkins .. .Q T' 5 vw v .A-it is n Robert Iaclrson Thomas lackson . -,LV , , ' , ' ' ,EK "dm f i I it-.fy L wg, xl il -. " Shirley Iensen Sue Iennings too green to burn 195 nf L ,, . ml if ll-I9 W 5 ,, ,, A 'Q fr vfw- .ii -.. . 4 1 ii 1 -45 L limit " Sharon .Iette 'gkthp ' . my Trudy Judd . ,th . i 5 Byron King .il inf K L Leroy Kotfler yrr 'Walter Larsen I -Hffxi Img, A ,V K Ll i ,iffllii 4 , Q , ,,,r Kathryn Leslie Io Ann Lopuson I96 lames lohnson if-I. . "' 2 - t it X ' E' HM I . . ,' ,x H43 ww 4 y,yyyrrry Mary Iuilts y .yyyr yy,y R A 's25 ,g2,.'- . a Orville Kingman by Jiri itrgtm . it '2 Y . am" V r r' -' Delbert Ko ke i ' dill .4 .ff e at L , s EL than Linda Larson 5-i lrye F S A , Bert Lewis Lopuson ,.: rgr W K -V' 'liar ' X l'J adine lohnson i Q , ,V El ,Lf james Kane yfrs Delbert Kirkoatrick Karen Kraus iii Sharon Lay Q J ., 'tt at an K :wi Ianice Lewis ' 'R 4 , '4 l ' fu - 1+ , if Q rs 1 il mchard lohnson J .. E .af S3 lg 1 4 " .1 ,Wi t Q ft Kathy Kannast Tif f' K 15257 .-1 4' is I if .S Q 'wth ii ttf l L L i i i Iohn Kirkpatrick Richard Krusenstiernc Lester Lehrback A 'i'. L s,- K Linda Lilard , t 'lr , ty? .. y ,y, ,K , ffvh in W 4, 5 I Richard W' 'fi ,fairy ,1 V' Q am-1. Warren lohnson Phyllis' Kelso Letitia Kleinman -F57 'lu ' Q 1 9 ' it , ' E .. ' 'Ill X I l I A All 1 l,af1,'a'I,f3, it n I 1 0 I ' Gary Kuhl A :tl !-lI'Il'1L1I' Leister iir , 1 mai ,vi ty if Douglas Lindly WG I .,.,-: . WL! 'a 2 1 i. ,,,E,1, My , M l Grady Johnston J.. . i i it 1 n Q . , . W me. L 'fit +53 Sharon Kernutt i t wi 5 1 ' 'is 350 'ibm H .ff Marilyn Kliese 1, 1 . f'i V Richard Lakin B P M R 'll A v 11,4 James Lemery ., rt . . A L L ig janet Lindstrorn Kflppy Kathleen Loveall Lundy Lusk too green to burn A, J Elle-,.g 6 ' W ii fart iw W:- , , ,, .' Iames Iohnston t N, . -aw is ' Karen Kerrigan Darrel Klink .4 A Donna Lambert ..ii e P' Eh fr l t Bert Lentz H 'i .r 5 3 'ff . Q Q.. . ' ll? we Ted Lloyd Q' Wifi j sill, Q l 35 Carol McBee - ,, . -f -az z, fz, ,, l M y,y.ri Slum ir , , 5 if 1-is ' f i ff .ll Karen Iordan W 1 A 1 Ax -T fl we Kathleen Ketchum 111.m,' K Larry Knox 'Mt 3' 'll 'QT 'Pa is ' -Nl v Eunice Landsiedel Gerald Leonard S? tu . ix 'Q 5.5 ' 375' Il :um .- X it ' fs- 'qs wear. Robert Lochner . wil l f.. , it 1 y. ' , 1 4 l3gg,.,J 'ELL , ,.:, , ,... Lynda McCarthy 1 W . 1- 3 . H Lorei lorda ,X esay P 5 ii i all ' tir . Ioanni Kiess L law! tst- 7 .iiil Iames Koenig Paui Landsig tw, 1 erry Lesan L TSM ' 23 Elaine Long Maric McCau 'Q whip errance !IcCracken cg R. r - ' r 4 oe McMath .,g,.,x:N , Maxine Maesner Mathews . Gail Merril 9i '5 ffi f P lik uw "' ai' L ' 4 3 W l f V' 4 Gerald Mitchell 465 .n my ,ya ,ma 'HQ' LJ' Wir ft Vic Morse Y - .11 at Q A . . X' is ANP ul? K9 Eric McCready Farley McMillan it I Y J -za E 4 lc ar Mahnke I K--. fs' ff QZE 1? i Marvin Mathews ,ig ,E 5 f ka S Q Frederick Merten 1 A Shannon Mitchell -riri gn, . 'l -i n ., .t -, td? K. at ' f .H-Iii' ' -454 Iames Muhr t as ' ij: 1: l,l. -1'. . Q A - et Cl- atr1c1a Alice McDaniel McDonald MCDOHQGI xl , t -- iz!! A K ' I . A as ,' g,?5 tsgsgt qggmlsl 3335 yt,i t 4 4, . Ianet' Kathy Mfllflell McNutt McPhetters 'gfwmtg HQMHQJ Q ' Iohn Velnon Beverly Manney Marks Moron ,., D D .r, , r .D -3 - tl I iq :,, .2 , V..., W ' E l GYY A Deflflis Donald Matson Mattingly Moy : I , A..' QESQQ3 Jgsgga 1 A K ii Iohn Kenneth Gwendolyn Mefw in Metcalf Miller it liil D t l t Q iv ska! ,WDM . MlwiQQ4 Icxmes MCITY Michael Mollet Montgomery Monroe t 'f't" 1 iar r Michael GCIFY Gene Muhr MUUCGY Murnan . ,E ,Q 1' ff M E , EQMMSWJ gif? .sf in I Frances Roymond Donald McGary McKenzie McKinnon ludy 'F h o o e it Lynda McShatko Mack Mackprang gr gy L st 5 51' F it xy ' V . t Y t- Roberta Martinez Most Mast oycrc iioe tfooi i 1 GCIYY Wanda Vicki MGY Mead Meadows .5 lll lll J . y if it .r s n H15 fQL?? reg? y- ' M9 VV in ',',,l Q' .Q Kit Norrnan Robert Miller Miller Miner so ' if t Carol Kenneth Betty MOOIG Moorehouse Morgan Carol Linda Earl M1l1'DhY Murphy Myers too green to burn aa. -6-, r 1 atricia MclCi nlley .V 1 A 1 w- I 'tE11en Madsen D313 ,K lv--5 4' no . F is Della Matheny ,- G Q- 4 if , 'F Eleanor Menkens WN f' , agggavj A Q 1 . 'V An! 1 -c- Y Gary Milhollen ,QW Q 3 . if 4:-f Q 'W 1 Gary Morse t,g75 - it Patricia Myers I 97 Rodney Naoier E' bi- ! 1 1. ' -i , 'wif W A ' ' ' Richard Nicol 1 sf vig Ralph Overqard ' 5 1RR is RR RR If V Terry Payne I , 'W 'Plas E . at Q Hg.-yr. -' - - ,If ., Sharon Peterson Price Ianice Raab I 98 Q 1 l fa 'sr 'v K V W ,g f I 3 , . it-s . . . 3- glide W, 1 af ,rf if limi? 3::"l' ii aEEq:.-mg , f ,M-K f rtgfrii E V lames Needham . na li , th E:. , E f'. . ' ffm- lf: 'tn f it i J S-U Randall N iederhiser lean Overstreet Dianne Nelson Alan Nixon Shirlee Painter ., rrr,AA, QEQHQQJ ,... 1:1 ..:,., . wsrrffiii- Steven Pearson Q .,.,. Alan Peterson Price Kathryn Racely . MK, -a' - " Bruce Pederson is Leslie Pierce Sheron Prnchnow i Lynda Raybum . , ' Ig , y Q, as N H yytt Theodore Nelson W' Maureena Noll tttr f I ig R gigs ' Brenda Papke Ianer Pederson Linda Pifer Michael Pruitt lohn Q r .Et I Z, 'Sr' f 1, if , , is Thomas Ness I 57' , ' 5 P t ,it Iohn Nosler in 1 ,i ,, tmm . ,. .. ., ide' s Dorothy Park I fl A Dean Perin .- f , .K ,. 4 I Nancy Pitchford Y? 'ff Dianne Puett Robert i yirt il . , WYE? fra? Denis Newman . vi ., il a l Daniel O'Connell 5 L-if Clyde Parker , nm- . ,. -is in . Navi: . . Q ,H-any . , 1" 2 ff tg ' 1 if y ,mrs Leona Newman 1 Cclroi Olson .- leg sl 'dv .1-la. X ,--- . 1, 1 aim Larry Parker 'lf' 4 ,P 17 M Karen Perkins F X Gary Posson Linda Purasgraski Ruthie Patty Perlich Helen Powell qs- it . r QF? Dixie Purvance 4:ivwIGw i"' : ' ffl 5 . I 'fig - . .A ' ,lyy is Don Reed Reed Reed Reesman too green to burn 1. ' A t , . ,K la K avzsl fi Phil Newman Jy' V v W. g Q, A XA . 154 Tim Orrell -1-ai Mary Parkerson sl Davia Peters 51 i I ef' I' , Wg- K In Alvin Power t,,i P 1 Jewell Ouick Gloria P Iohr Newt' '-L. tw . lame O'Rou 1- QV! W' I1 Car Parlcir .Qi Q qs Antc Peter :Cl vs. H, Giel Prc . 9 . . i 2 'C Hai Qui laclt Reinertston Rein 'A an- 3 ny Q, Betty Renken tlliae ' Roberts If 1 lov Lube-nstein sf' we Q i Robert Schaaf 3,51 X , N- f' Q 2 ' r ! George 'humacher ' '-:,gl?". ' Robert Severns Q so-M , -.. 'Y une my . Donald Skorpen M iN fl ottt I- , 'etttt eee 1 R K' .,,, ,ww- een H? '-sit' K -K :.: E itil:-f L4 Q59 ' . ,P A AEL" f A R . R f ,fa 4 A Marie Dennis Steven Donna Carol Reynolds Him Rice X Richmond Ridenour Qian l ff gi Q , N t it ' W 2 l S3 f ss' f ' ,,,bs we " ft' ' Gr ' 1 -rr 'Wi R t jf stss btbt ttsttft - . K lf ltekri .. H i ifgiig , Marilyn Chad LYUU Patricia A Larry Rodenberger Roderick R0dneY Rogers Rohrbacker r , S r t l '3 42" ,H ,l i f I R! sg! ybyy All srtd .5 1 RlCl'1CII'Cl K9-nlqeth DGl9 lVlllCl'19ll LUVOU Ruhlrnan Russell Rutledge Ruud SCI1'HGk R rrrr iw A ' 4 A ssiii Henry I-Yfme Carolyn Cheryl Iillerie SChCl1I'1Ck Schflfefl Scherdt Schleilcher Schlesinger R , : -s syy 1 ssl is Q 5 it ,ttl A L ' Carol Ianice Patricia Sara Wllllarn Scott Scott Seadler Seal Saavar A A H. .2 X' , I Earl Dale Georgia Iudith Bruce Sharar Sheelqs Shoup Sikes Siler Kenneth ludith Donald Gm S1CIYton Slayton Sleight Smith Smith 2 ,, .gs M it fn 31 ,t Af! Q it tl, In -Us Stanley Richard Patty Ridenouk Robbins Roblyer gf . I in v ikk' E? Wir 4' b -.fl lon Ronald lndlllq Roiet Rosin Rozrngn M l " ' Michael Iohn Dilbert Sgndberq Saunders Schaaf ff ti- jf'-S , tffqh X 13 YD I V . E Ronald Iudyllqe ROClI'1GY Schmale Schroder Schultz ,EW Y Daniel ' lames A Alvin Sedergren Senkel Sether A 1 Carol Margaret Dennis- Silliman Simmons Simpson 5, ,rillissi . . G FY Ioan Karleen Smith Smith Smith too green to burn 199 5 Liiz ff, MW' 1 Marilyn VCIWY Smith Smith 1 3 QL ,-R VM MQQW A . 1 M "-- .1- 9, Li'Q1. Q - Charles Gerald Stalsberg Statzer T Q' David Bernice Sustelm Svarvend .ff ' - IGTIY William T9X19Y Thomason ' it Q-l1" l -l V if ' T Peter 'l'01'1i Tomseth TIGCY n U 4 V: Ta in 3 Patsy Larry Viestenz Vollmer ' l l "fl' S ll r Charlotte Richard Wqtlgs Webb ZW . 1 1.2, f. ,V l . Hobert Smith ft! Q5-L e jgw f .,,,k r A ludy Steele Renie Swain 'if' ,,Q:'- qi ,f 'ia i Gary Thompson T rae ii T 5 Carolyn Trayn or in ,r l tg - T .qt- J . i 1 Iames Vos Linda Webster . m filiii- " , L l .1 ' R A E w, fs , -. s..,M1-E 5 -3 ...,-.J , by In Sandra Tony Mary Ellen NCIHCY Smith Smith Soleim Sorber A Mm I A I 3 ,. K H V D .A lirli Gal y Iulie Sharon Sandra Stewart Stewart Strona Stuart ,.,.--2'f'4Fi2 " , ,,,,V- - . .. H . M T 1 M y iilyt, l it re Q2 ltlai ll so llili I ,,kVkV:A i,x,t i I In . K Nancy COUTU9 Gerald ll-iflfifl SW-ejfzer Tarpenning Taylor Ta fror i 'l L ,Al' il ..,, D Y 1, f .ishi ii ti r 2 S' iw S ir my ' V R A ' it 1 L James Nancy Karen ZHICI Thompson Thompson Thurman Tiffee 2 tlty 33 if yiydt .rfsr Q as yt r y '- at T Larry A. Lee Kenneth lC11'1iCe Tripett Turnbull Tuttle VCIIICUGVGI Q fa ,iiv Q u p , lzrlyylll, er. 1 '-", ' It L. In im ' we Neil Ronald Suzanne Doris Walker Walker T it y iial ' T' ' Nancy Maxine Isle Michael Wells Weltch Wenderoth Wentworth too green to burn Audray Spangler xr-1 William Stuart Phillip Taylor E 1 Qs- A ., tyyy Elbert Tilley in E f? il nomas Veltrnan ':1, ll.l ll , iitit , , Leonard Wassom Edna Weston Erie rs'-an-. Carole Spence Deanr Summa 5 T Willio Tevepa i Larry Tiptor in . WJ Lynn Vierlir :li lack Waite: Qi, , ' f fl. il A .f- ,JM , is .ft ,V ' - Dav Wetz , . , , W . WU' - e , e uuy e if i t iiy ssttt ies Y syyt i it - , E f u FCTY Tory Mqrvin Nonda Monte Sandra Robin Wheeler Wheeler Wheeler Whisman White Whitman Whitney Y Y r iliiii iii if A A..-xy t ,,,i Vyl, K i.1 t i :Er V , KA., -J '- ,,,. 11 i K Vk., r,.' f N I iiii ..ee W ":. ., i .,,.i Rv IX A - I ll A Nancy Michael G-ary 1'f1ff1CK Steven Cathy Kay ficklund Wilcox Wildish W1leY Wilhite Wilkenson Willemsen ,, . i i it Q W t i i i Y l.., it Y ' t 'gt ' ttyy 'i' Y ' ' ltltt - tty 'lt ' i it 5 .llet ig , .. .: -' 1 ww 4 fi: , A l ' Y ft Wade Uefala Connie George Thomas Probert Merle 1' illiams W1l11S Wilson Wilson Wilson Wolfe Womach .itt V Q51 't""y tr' ssc y . t..,L'f t tttltr lllr.r f yytl kt riri Iii' V W ,t'r - -' rtttl -3 Y M ' i iit IW , : ' til yssfr 2 Willetta Iohn Ianet john 'lim Diane W illiam Wollen Wright Yarbrough Yarbrough Yoclcey Young Leach Sophomores paint the , 1 ,, it ,J l 5 I is , s I 1 'r --N 4' at-NX la, mv-- P 'G' U Timothy Eleanor Whitney Whitson Q 34 ,I ye ihhlw, 1 'rw vii- r' Billy Dan Williams --t Y Karol Kenneth Woods Woodward jC1I1'1SS McLean ll , ll dh x , l 3 l Eh busan France 3 qi 1, .." ,., f ,reg ill :ff if Mighty seniors tower over lowly sophomores too green to burn 201 "I f 5 he E ff! ' A I f f-1 , l BUSINESS ESTABLISHMENTS . . . 'he stores and offices that are patronized by Eugene High stuaents . . . shopping after school . . . eating after a date . . . helping the family choose new fumiture or a new car . . . They also employ students . . earning enough money to help pay for college or the bare essentials of life . . . The relationship of the businessman and student is necessary and beneficial to both . . . Cbwgumduhms Clusqfjy IMwwUBfMwMe EUGENEAN em!!-52169 STUDIO. BLDG Someday . . . you, too will own an Oldsmobile! X and when you do. youlll love the "whale-of-a-deal" at Dunham's on 13th from Oak to Willamette Phone DI 5-3324 X R Q! full III! I ull: Mo1'o nf l WEYERHAUSER TIMBER co. X 1 SERVING TI-IE NORTHWEST 785 42nd SPRINGFIELD Phone DI 6-2511 HIRONIS I Play Ball! 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AT HARRY RICHEY JEWELER THE NEW LowELL's FASHION APPAREL JUAN MARIE I6 LANE5 H P' HDRE S ' nl S Am CONDITIONING SHIRLEY I-EE FREE PAPKIN6 BUNNY Doon 82 IiRU ,XlJNY.-XY 2486 W,-Hamege DI 5-554 'ge' ,K A., U.. A A is Faculty Adams. Abby 14. 81. 96 Allison. Harold. 14. 64 Althen. Florence 14 Amick. Lloyd 14. 118. 125. 129 Berreman. Sevilla 14. 138 Beet. Agnes. 14 Blood. Carl 14 Brockway. Weston 14. 78 Bruns. Emory 14. 98 Burge. Ronald 14 Callahan. Michael 14 Chilcote. Madge 14 Conder. Katharine 14 Daggett. Lawrence 14. 86. 141 Dedman. William 14. 104 Delury. lames 15 Dodge. Rae 15 Edwards. Nina 15 Fearrien. Robert 15 Freeman. lames 15 Funk. Allred 15 Gibson. Iuliette 15. 71. 76 Glines. Edna 15. 97 Goode. Lee 15 Goednough. Edgar 15 Hale. Iohn 15 Hall. Wendell 15. 108 Hayes. Merle 15. 17. 71. 75 Hayes. Zilda 15. 105 Abbott. Sharon 88. 91. 93. 96. 98. 179 Ackerman Wally 27 Adams. lacqueline 108. 179 Adams. Margaret 108. 179 Adrian. Kent 27 Aird. Bonita 85. 92. 191 FACULTY INDEX Hendricks. Russell 15 Hielte. Laurel 16 Hucka. Charles 16 Hull. Ambrose 16. 73 Kepner. Thomas 16 Kerley. Vernon 16 Keinzle. Kenneth 16 Kraus. Silvy 16. 17. 104 Kuchera. Henry 16. 145 Landsdowne. Karen 16 Levra. Raymond 16 Lynch. Lillian 16 McDermott. Ola 16 Madsen. Farrell 16. 90. 93 Makinson. Cloyd 16 Mallery. Mary 16 Mallery. Roy 17 Mason. Renne 17 Mellem. Duane 17. 145 Mickelson. Odine 17. 101 Miller. Grace 17 Moore. Donald 17. 109 Moorehead. Maxine 18 Norris. Rita 19 Oyama. Charles 18 Peterson. George 18 Peterson. Martha 19 Popovitch. Mike 19. 126 Ragonino. Edward 19. 90. 91 Rampton. Patricia 19 Robertson. Lenard 19. 118 Robertson. Nora 19. 102 Rutter. Roy 19. 101 Sherman. David 19 Small. Lyle 19 Smith Earl 19. 108 Sparkman. Lois 19 Talus. Phyllis 19. 102 Tenbrinke. Dirk 19 Trusty. Glen 19. 72 Try. All 19 Tweedie William 19. 81 Warner. Cecil 19. 127 Webking. Gerald 20 West. Virginia 20 White. Clilton 20 Wickman. lames 20. 88. 99 Wilcox. Nan 20 Williams. Charles 20. 127. 150 Williams. Mildred 18. 20 Wilmot. Veola 89 Wormington. Wetty 17. 20 Barnhart. Alice 17. 85 Potter. Paul 17. 14 Hendrickson. Ray 13 Mickelwait. Dean 12. 18. 63. 67. 129 Kitts. Nina 12. 136 Office Bergman. Betty 20 Hornecker. Margaret 20 King. Thelma 21 Mickelson. Ssther 20 STUDENT INDEX Augustine. Iudith 95. 191 Ausland. Monte 27. 79. 91. 96. 108 121 Ayres. Marcia 81. 191 Ayers. Margaret 85. 179 Baarstad. Mary Ann 66. 85 .179 Andygwg, Bartle. Ruth 93. 98. 191 Aird. Iames 191 Arid. Marina 109. 179 Albino. lohn 76. 99 Albro. Mary 83. 85. 191 Alcorn. Ioyce 67. 104. 179 Alderman. Iames 179 Alderman. Kay 27. 105 Alldrilt. Larry 71. 179 Alldrilt. Linda 92. 191 Allen. Denis 127. 191 Allen. Edith 73. 92. 97. 99. 191 Allen. Ray 71. 96. 97. 123. 179. 89 Allender. Arlene 179 Allison. Glenda 27. 191 Allison. Gordon 191 Anderson. Iay 179 Anderson. Iudith 27. 108 Anderson. Dena 98. 179 Anderson. Raymond 179 Anderson. Sharon 4. 62. 79. 80. 83. 93. 136. 137. 179 . Sheri 27. 72. 92. 99 Anderson. Anderson William 150. 179 Andreason. Robert 191 Gary 179 Beach' Brown Ankrom. Sharon-Kay 72. 92. 191 Anthony. Larry 27 Anway. Lucy 179 Archer. Carol 95. 179 Arent. Sharon 86. 109. 179 Aries. Nancy 27. 84 Armes. Anne 67. 81. 83. 90. 191 Armstrong. Gary 126. 179 Arne. Gary 27. 90 Arnold. Carol 179 Arthur. Marlene 27. 65 Arthur. Peggy 191 Ash. Susan 83. 91. 179 Ashby. David 24. 27. 103 Ashby. Gene 179 Ashley. Mary Ann 24. 27. 73. 90. 83 86. 88. 93. 97. 98. 137 Ashworth. Gary 27. 96. 97 Atherton. Iohn 179 Aulderheide. Roberta 92. 191 Babb. Lee 191 Bachman. Richard 179 Bacon. Dennis 179 Bailey. Barbara 93. 94. 191 Baker. Benny 179 Baker. Carol 27. 105 Baker. Richard 27 Baldinger. Rich 24. 27. 103 Balch. Iudith 191 Ball. Leonard 27. 71. 102 Bankhead. Merlin 99. 127. 191 Barber. Donna 105. 179 Barber. Gloria 191 Barber. loan 28. 78. 82. 83. 84. 93. 135 Barber. Paul 27. 54. 56. 73. 105 157 Barber. Richard 27. 79. 99 Barker. 191 Iudith 10. 85. 92. 98. 106. Barlow. Susan 28. 63. 93. 99. 137 Barnes. Glenda 29. 94 Barney. Caroline 92. 98. 103. 191 Barney. Mary 89. 92. 94. 98. 179 Barsby .Steve 81 Barton Bascue Bruce 100 Robert 191 Bass. Mark 28. 101 Bauer. Arlas 29. 104 Bauerly. Ioan 29. 67. 83. 84. 88. 92 Bauman. Ioy 85. 179 Baxter. Baxter. Barbara 99. 108. 179 Lawrence 150. 191 Bays. Sandra 28. 92. 94 Bays. Shirley 94. 179 Bayles. Bruce 191 Lelores 106. 179 Beach. Howard 105 Beam. William 191 Bean. Bobbie Sue 106. 179 Beat. Clyde 28. 79. 82. 150 Beat. Darlene 83. 97. 107. 179 Beattie. Catherine 28 Bechtel. Nancy 140 Bechtol. Vera 28 Beck. Stephanie 29. 64. 77. 86, 88. 93. 109 Beck. Steven 28. 100 Becker. Ronald 179 Beckos. lean 92. 97. 191 Beddow. Roberta 83. 106. 191 Beebe. Kennion 179 Beebe. Lucinda 191 Beeker. Gerald 191 Beezley .Diane 93. 98. 191 Besley. Fred 191 Bengston. Brenda 28 Bennett. lack 71. 86. 91. 126. 179 Benson. Doris 63. 97. 119 Bentley. Marian 85. 179 Berg. Dale. 91. 96. 179 Berg. David 28. 63. 96. 99. 109. 121 Berg. Patricia 26. 29. 72. 92. 98 Berns. Mariorie 106. 180 Berry. Robert 96. 179 Bethard. Lois 29 Bethard. William 179 Bettis. Stanlord 108. 191 Betts. William 179 Bieler. Barbara 29 Bieler. Marycile 84. 191 Biggs. Helen 67. 92. 108. 191 Biggerstail. Sheron 85. 92. 99. 191 Bish. Ianice 191 Bish. Darlene 191 Bish. Lita 179 Bishop. Marcia 62. 92. 94. 98. 191 Bittleston. Kenneth 90. 103. 191 Bixler. Denis 179 Blackburn. Martha 9. 64. 67. 74. 99 106. 179 Blain. George 29. 79. 101 Blakely. Ice 96. 97. 119. 125 Blakely. Michael 191 Bloser. Donovan 191 Blinkhorn. Barbara 29 Bliss. Larry 179 Block. Darlene 179 Bloom. Larry 99. 191 Bock. Iulie 93 Bodgen. Vickie 106. 179 Boles. Lawrence 191 Bolin. Marilyn 80. 97. 179 Bolles. Iudith 29. 94. 90 Bolles. Iulius 191 Bells. Nancy 29. 67. 75. 84. 87 Riley. Sally 21 Wicks. Beverly 20 Cafeteria Davies. Wanda 21 Holseybrook. Emma 21 Hughes. Arlene 21 Iohnson. Edna 21 Iones. Dordthy 21 Kallas. Bernice 21 Kirkpatrick. Lillian 21 Peterson. -Ruth 21 Rose. Myrel 21 Taylor. Mae 21 Vangnes. Selma 21 Custodians Bailey. Iames 21 Boettcher. Earl 21 Edwards. Paul 21 Inman. Charles 21 Mansell .Ellie 21 Peterson. Viggo 21 Violette. Elwood 21 Bonney. Iames 81. 191 Booth. David 191 Booth. Robert 99. 126. 179 Bornhols. Katherine 94. 99. 179 Bornholz. Sally 85. 191 Bosteter. lames 191 Bowers. Lee 191 Bowers. Richard 191 Bowser. Daniel 127 Boyer. Iudith 78. 93. 179 Boyles. Mayon 191 Bradway. Darlene 89. 94. 96. 179 Brandt. Iames 191 Brandt. Wilma 29 Branslord. Barbara 29. 66. 76. 80 86. 93 Bray. Don 179 Breen. Quentine 108. 179 Brenner. Norman 29. 108 Brent. Marilyn 105 Bressler. Diane 81. 85. 92. 191 Brigl. Yvonne 179 Brink. Marilyn 29. 90. 83. 94. 93. Bristow. Richard 179 Brock. lames 191 Brock. Ioyce 29. 76. 92. 99. 108 Brooks. Donald 191 Brooks. Iohn 99. 102 Brouhard. Barbara 29. 93. 95 Brouhard. Gerald 191 Brown. Carolyn 104. 179 Brown. Brown. Charlotte 106. 191 Donna 85. 191 Brown. Douglas 29. 89. 105 Brown. Douglas 75.. 81. 94. 179 Brown. Glenda 29. 79. 83. 96. 92 Brown. Brown. Gloriene 29. 93. 105 ludith 92. 191 Brown. Kay 89. 93. 98. 109. 192 Brown. Leota 29. 92. 109 Brown. Martha 29. 91 Brown. Sandra 66. 93. 99 Brown. Sherral 106. 192 . Shirley 180 Brown. Thelma 192 Brownson. Fredrick 192 Bruce. Merle 127. 137. 192 Brumley. Barbara 29. 83 Brumley. Roy 29 Brunig. Gregory 99. 179 Bruns. Iames 98. 99. 180 9 Davenport. Dorlan 32. 96. 101. 125 Bruton. Orin 180 Bryan. Sandra 73. 81. 89. 93. 98. Christensen. Iames 91. 99. 180 Christensen. Margaret 31. 77. 92 109, 192 Bryant. Deanna 30. 92. 105 Bryant. Iohn 30. 96. 63. 104 Bryant. Thomas 122. 150. 180 ,... Bryant. William 100. 180 Buck. Revo 83. 180 Buclrbee. Karen 85. 18 0 Bullington. Denis 192 Buliington. Iohn 126. 192 Buley. Loy 30. 81. 96. 108. 125 Bumgarner. Lawrence 127 Bunce. Iames 192 Bunning. George 30. 101 Buoy. Delora 30. 80. 83 Burch. Ianice 67 Burcham. Keolani 64. 72. 75. 77. 88 93. 98. 106. 180 Burdick. Sandra 84. 98. 192 Bureker. Carolyn 84. 93. 94. 180 Bures. Dale 30. 102 Burgess. Carole 30. 66. 78 93 Burke Robert 192 Burkett Karen 30. 81. 109 Burnett. Gary 30. 89. 99 Burroughs. Kay 180 Burton. Bonnie 72. 85. 92. 98. 180 Bush. Myra 30. 84 Bushman. Craig 24. 30. 56. 72. 96 120. 125. 129. 141. 143. 145 Christensen. Dale 192 Christensan. Dione 31 Christiansen. Patricia 31. 54. 76. 89. 93 Christison. ludy 108. 192 Church. Dale 31. 101 Clapp. Edward 101. 180 Clark. Eva. 93. 94. 180 Clark. Ianice 108. 180 Clark. Sue. 24. 31. 54. 67. 86. 87. 88 92. 108 Clark. Sandra 88. 93. 96. 98. 192 Clausen. Bert 96. 99. 123. 180 Cleveland. Patricia 24. 31. 66. 73. 79. 82. 83. 86. 88 Clingenpeel. Edith 31. 93 Clingenspeel. Phyllis 93. 106. 192 Clugh. Gayle 83. 180 Cluster, Arola 31. 150. 192 Cluster. Slaud 108 Coburn. Walter 31. 73. 101. 106 Cochran. Tom 192 Cochran. William 31. 76 Coe. David 31. 37. 56. 73. 96. 140. 141. 142. 143. 145 Coe. Iudy 92. 94 Coen. Bonnie 32 Colley. Mariory 23. 65. 67. 78. 82. 93 Davenport. Geraldine 125. 181 David, Don 63. 73. 80. 84. 99. 103 199 David. Nancy 93. 95. 193 Davidson. Neil 105. 193 Davies. William 127. 193 Davis. Deanna 32. 73. 93. 95 Davis. Delmer 193 Davis. Diana 32 Davis. Glen 193 Davis. Harold 84. 181 Davis. Sandra 32. 76. 83. 80 Davis. Waldene 91. 96. 88. 98. 181 Dawe. Sue 32. 76. 87. 92. 105 Day. Donna 32. 85 Dayton. Iohn 91. 99. 193 Dealy. Donald 181 Dean. Barbara 193 Dean. Bill 127 Deardorll. Ramon 193 Decker. Clarence 32. 57. 96. 108. 121. 150 Rozanne 106 Butler. Willia ml92 Butterholl. Daryl 180 minor., Kiuy sv. sz. aa. 192 syuma. Betty s, ao. ss. vs. sa. nos caddy. Dorothy zs. ao. 12, sa. ss, 108. 132 Cahn. Eve lyn 62. 92. 106. 109. 192 Calavan. Ian 30. 90 Callahan. Cameron. 132 Cameron. Campbell. Campbell. Campbell. Campbell. Campbell. Michael 192 Charles 30. 62. 86. 116. Delores 180 Alice lane 85. 93. 192 lane 30. 108 Karen 85. 180 Marg 67. 180 Marilyn 88. 192 Coggins. Carol 192 Cole. Ella Gay 93. 106. 192 Cole. Paul. 81. 180. Coleman. Iames 71. 126. 1800 Collar. layce 85. 192 Collins. Dixie 180 Conner. Wanda 72. 92. 180 Connie. Bill 127 Cook. Sandy 85. 89. 93. 180 Cook. William 180 Coombs. David 192 Caans. Lynn 32. 37. 56. 70. 71. 73. 140. 141. 145. 160 Cooper. Delbert 192 Cooper. Linda 91. 180 Cooper. Nancy 67. 92. 106. 192 Cooper. Carle. Sharon 83. 85. 192 Carle. Sharon 83. 85.. 18 0 Carlson. Marvin 180 Carmichael. ludy 85. 192 Carmickle. lames 180 Carmiencke. Carol 192 Carothers. Wally 99. 180 Carper. Sally 85. 93. 98. 192 Carpenter. Iohn 30. 102 Carr. David 192 Carroll. Darell 180 Carson. llene 30 Carter. Allan 192 Carter. Ann 95. 192 Carter, ludith 84. 192 Carter. Robert 30. 96. 150 Carter. Sue 192 Cartwright. Dolore 81. 92. 192 Cass. Muriel 30. 78. 82. 83. 88. 88 90. 91. 93 Catan. Richard 91 Cerkony. Louella 105. 180 Cerkony. Richard 71. 96. 123. 145 180 Chailee. Constance 192 Chalmers. Clerese 31, 64. 92. 105 Chambers. Denis 180 Chambers. Dixie 83. 180 Chamberlain. Ioyce 192 Chaney. Nancy 79. 89. 180 Chapin. N ancy 31. 95. 109 Chapman. Bob 103 Chapman. Geraldine 84. 88. 92. 180 Chapman. Linda 83. 93. 108. 192 Chapman. Robert 99 Charles. Steven 73. 101. 126. 180 Chase. Dennis 192 Chase. Diane 192 Chase. La rry 192 Ch'en. Iane 79. 83. 93. 152. 180 Chickering. lay 31. 108 Childress. Diane 88. 89. 91. 180 Chilen. losephine 67. 106. 180 Chin. Waymon 31 Chrislock. lim 63. 96. 123. 180 Capping. Barbara 32. 83. 92 Capping. Linda 37. 94. 180 Cotey. Eleanor 98. 192 Cornutt. Delvin 127. 192 Caster. lay 94 Couch. Roger 192 Countryman. Gary 32. 71. 99. 108 Cournoyer. Linda 83. 92. 192 Cousineau. Darleen 192 Cowen. lay 72. 99. 107. 127. 192 Cowles. Douglas 127. 192 Cox. Melanie 84. 93. 106. 192 Crabtree. Duwayne 180 Cracker. Patricia 85. 92. 192 Cralts. Fredric 9. 64. 71. 74. 132. 180 Crawford. Gary 32 Cranshaw. loseph 180 Crider. Shirley 106. 181 Crocker. Iohn 32. 90 Crockett. Alan 127. 193 Croskey. Larry 181 Crass. Margaret 97. 132. 181 Crouch. Michael 99 Crouse. Gary 81. 83. 181 Crowder. Thomas 80. 100. 101. 181 Cruikshank. Dougles 99. 193 Cruikshank. Stphen 99. 181 Cuddervack. Sol 193 Culbertson. Phyllis 24. 32. 66. 64. 75. 77. 88. 93. 98. 134 Cummins. Iudy 32, 81 Cummins. Kenneth 32. 105 Curtis. Richard 63. 72. 99. 193 Cushing. Lynne 67. 85. 98. 132. 181 Cykler. Carol 32. 78 Cypcar. Denise 67. 93. 98. 193 Doggett. Claire 66. 83. 86. 88. 92. 181 Dailey. Barbara 193 Darling. Ioan 93. 98. 106. 193 Dau. David 193 Darold. Gloria 64. 73. 93. 108. 134 181 Daudel. Linda 92. 106. 193 Degner. Edward 81. 193 Delyea. Diane 104. 181 Demarest. Katherine 95. 193 Deming. Richard 193 DeMoss. Virginia 181 Deny. Allen 81. 126. 150. 193 Denny. Richard 84. 150. 181 Derkatsch. lngrid 84. 86. 181 Derkatsch. Irene 4. 32. 67. 89. 136 137 Diehl. Harry 72. 99. 181 Diehl. Rusty 33. 96. 97. 122. 141 Dile. Marilyn 193 Dillingham. Dale 72. 99. 181 Dingman. Gale 193 Dirlam. Deanne 62. 181 Diseker. Charlotte 83. 181 Dixson. Diane 94. 96. 181 Dodge. Dallas 33. 72. 101 Dodge. Ellen 33. 62. 86. 88. 92. 108 Dodge. Iudy 93. 98. 193 Dompier. Dee 81. 126. 181 Donaldson. ludith 193 Donahue. Don 193 Donohue. Diana 33. 92. 108 Dormanen. ludy 85. 181 Doty. Karen 193 Douglas. Allan 33 Downes. Roy. 33. 105 Downes. Wayne 193 Dragoo. Richard 193 Dragt. Karen 85 Drew. Dawn 193 Drury. ludith 79. 109. 181 Dryden. Harold 181 Duchesneau. Allan 193 Duclose. Kyle 193 Dulley .Ginena 33. 72. 92 Dunlap. Allan 100. 126. 150. 181 Dunlap. Barry 193 Dunlap. Bertha 193 Dunlap, Nancy 92 Dunn. Bette 104. 181 Duprey. Sandra 98. 181 DuShane. Diane 33. 84. 86. 92 Dyer, Marilyn 33. 63. 93. 105 Earl. Harold 193 Earle. lim 181 Eaton. Penelope 193 Ebbesen. Bent 101. 71 Eberhardt. Barbara 33. 83 Edblom. lock 72. 99. 108. 127. 193 Edmiston. Geralidne 33. 85. 92 Edrniston. Marilee 78. 80. 83. 181 Edwards. Fredric 33. 103 Egerer. Robert 33. 63 Eickmeyer. loyce 80. 106. 181 Edison. Robert 71. 81. 126. 181 Eigsti. Don 181 Ekbam. Nancy 106. 181 Elder. Carole 106. 181 Elder. Mcihael 127, 193 Elias. Iim 33. 104 Ellickson. Bryon 102. 193 Elliott. loyce 89. 93. 95. 98. 193 Elliott. Nyle 90. 181 Ellis. Ramona 33 Elmer. Roberta 181 Elmore. Garth 33. 90. 99 Elmore. Lyle 193 Emerson. Carolyn 33. 92. 105 Emlen. Iohn 193 Engebretsen. Shirley 193 England. Barbara 93. 193 England. Elton 193 Epperson. Robert 181 Epperson. Ronald 181 Epple. Sandra 67. 85. 89. 93. 181 Erb. Kenneth 33. 84 Erdman. Katherine 83. 105. 181 Erickson. Allen 64. 79. 84. 181 Erickson. Linda 33. 76. 84. 89. 93 Erwin. Den 78. 90. 94. 181 Eskola. Carol 24. 33. 65. 77. 86. 88. 93. 97. 109 Estvold. Dennis 34. 78 Estvold. Ioan 92. 193 Evans. Alma 34. 73. 85 Evans. Sally 193 Evans. Ted 34 Evashenko. lay 83. 97. 106. 181 Evenson. lanice 85 Everett. Marilyn 34. 86 Faris. David 193 Farque. Carolyn 24. 34. 76. 93 1-'aw. Ioetta 96. 104. 181 Farwell. Robert 181 Farwell. William 193 Fee. Richard 193 Fegles. William 193 Felter. Harold 193 Ferguson. Dennis 96. 181 Ferguson. Lawrence 100. 126. 181 Field, Betty 93. 193 Field Owen 194 Fields. Ronald 127. 194 Filer. Iohn 181 Finch. Lloyd 194 Finch. Melvin 194 Finke. Ierry 181 Finlayson. Don 194 Fish. Lola 93. 94. 194 Fish. Mike 181 Fisher. Beniomin 194 Fisher. Delores 34. 81. 108 Fitch. Dennis 181 Fitzpatrick. Terry 181 Fix. Daniel 194 Fialstad. Gay 85. 106. 181 Fialstad. Linda 34. 92 Flanigan. Mike 34. 54. 57. 79. 82. 157 Fleming. Lawrena 34. 92. 105 Fletcher. Lee 71. 99. 127. 194 Flint. Virginia 83. 181 Floyd. Skip 184 Folk. Rodney 34 Folk. Dee 101. 194 Foote. Mary 93. 95. 194 Forcum. Ronald 194 Ford. Barbara 34. 83. 105 Ford. Mildred 182 Foreman. Richard 182 Forrester. Bill 80. 132 Forrester. Marilyn 34. 90 Foskett. Terry 12. 24. 34. 79. 82. 83 Foster. Lowell 34 Foster. Sandra 106. 182 Fox. Claire 182 Fox. Sally 83. 85. 93. 194 Frachieseur. Robert 108. 127. 194 Fraley. Iayce 76. 181 France. Susan 92. 103. 201 Franz. Christine 84. 88. 182 Fraser. Elizabeth 92. 109 Frederickson. Marilyn 94. 182 Freeman. Iohn 80. 105 Freeman. Phillip 194 Fretwell. lane 182 Fretwell. Rebaio 35. 75. 93. 134 Friberg. Karen 35. 93. 98 Frisbie. Sheryl 98. 182 Froelich. Helene 106. 182 Froelilich. Senita 182 Frost. Mary 83. 89. 104. 182 Fry. Vernon 35 Fugitt. Nolan 107 Fugitt. Rolan 182 Fuller. Peggy 92. 194 Gabriel. Gerald 127. 194- Gale. Iohn 194 Gales. Iames 194 Gandy, Iudi 83. 96. 194 Gant. Iudy. 95. 107. 194 Gardner. Edward 35. 101. 105. 132 Kernutt. Klitzkie. Gardner. lim 35. 64. 57. 71. 84. 99 106. 120. 120 Gardner. Terry 62. 101. 182 Garner. Paul 194 Garoutte. lna 73. 102. 194 Garrett. David 62. 127. 194 Gaskill. Elisabeth 194 Gaskill. Iarold 105 Geertson. Pete 194 Gentle. Tom 182 Gerber. Vernon 194 Getchell. Charles 108. 127. 182 Getchell. Iohn 108 Getchell. Carolyn 35. 93. 104 Getty. Richard 90. 182 Gibson. Pat 182 Gieger. Howard 35. 96. 101. 120 Giesler. Linda 92 .97. 194 Giesy. Iudith 62. 84. 93. 97. 194 Gilbert. Barbara 85. 92. 96. 99. 194 Gilbert. Clarice 104. 194 Gilbertson. David 127. 194 Gilbertson. Gay. 35. 78. Bl. 104 Gilbertson. Iunelle 35 Gilleland. Arlena 35 Gillespie. Beverly 92. 194 Gilstrap. Ronald 126. 194 Givens. Iosephine 35. 85. 87. 106 Giesvold. Iames 35 Glad. Michael 194 Glass. Roland 194 Glassman. Thomas 182 Glenn. Bruce 127. 194 Glenn. Lenore 35. 67. 90. 87 Godell. Gilbert 194 Godell. Pat 35. 85. 87. 195 Goin. Mary 85. 182 Golden. Sharon 93. 106. 194 Goldschmidt. Neil 60. 64. 79. 108 140. 141. 145. 164. 182 Goldsmith. Robert 4. 35. 79. 82. 83 137 Goldsmith. Sigrid 73. 80. 92. 97. 88. 104. 107. 182 Gordinier. Peter 99. 108. 127. 194 Gould. Iohn 4. 24. 35. 60. 61. 62. 65. 70. 84. 108. 125. 127 Gould. Linda 72. 93. 109. 194 Gould. Rosalie 182 Gowdy. lim 35. 65. 70. 71. 99 Gaza. Patricia 76. 104 Graham. Gary 194 Grancorvitz. lames 194 Grant. Barbara 194. 92. 106 Graslie. Carol 85. 182 Graville. Carol 194 Gray. Burton 35. 99. 106. 108 Gray. Collin 182 Gray. Wendell 100. 182 Gray. Bud 35. 101 Green. Carol 91. 92. 194 Green. Susan 85. 182 Greive. Gloria 106. 182 Greyerbiehl. Kirk 194 Gritteth. David 78. 82. 83. 90 Griffith. Stanley 35 Grittiths. Mary 67. 83. 88. 92. 194 Griggs. Margaret 36. 90. 93 Griggs. Marilyn 93. 182 Grott. Steve 182 Gross. Gilbert 36. 181 Gross. Pearl 194 Grove. Rebecca 83. 92. 106. 182 Grubbe. Louise 36. 57. 73. 87 Guldager. Karen 97. 98. 194 Gum. lon 194 Gum. Sandra 36. 92 Gunther. loseph 182 Guske. Mary 90. 92. 99. 194 Guthrie. Danny 72. 96. 97. 126 150. 182 Gustafson. Brenda 83. 98. 108. 182 Haag. Iohn 182 Hackett. Carol 85. 106. 194 Haldahl. Myron 36 Hahn. Elaine 36. 93 Haines. Francess 80. 83. 89. 132 Hall. Nancy Anne 36. 84. 87. 92 Hall. Nancy lean 36. 73. 88. 90 Hallman. Fred 183 Hoffman. Michael 38 Hottman. Raymond 38. 78 Ielleries. Virginia 92. 95. 195 Iennings. Sue 72. 86. 92. 98. 109. 195 Hall. Ross 54. 36. 96. 122 Hamilton. lack 36. 101 Hampton. Iulie 72. 85 Handy. Ronald 80. 194 Hanes. Lynda 81. 83. 95. 194 Haney. Denis 36. 105 Hansen. Edward 194 Hanson. Karen 109. 182 Harding. neu Daire 91, sa. 98: 194 Hargreaves. Iudith 83. 182 Harkins . Nicki 72. 92. 98. 109. 194 Harlow. Charlene 182 Harmon. Larry 36 Harper. Richard 36 Harrell. Douglas 64. 182 Harrington. Allen 194 Haris. Nancy 92. 98. 194 Harris. Ralph 36. 78 Harry. Betty 93. 97. 106. 182 Hart. Lucy 36. 63. 64. 77. 79. 92. 108 Hartley. Russell 36. 65. 100 Hartman. Ieanne 89. 92. 99. 182 Hartsoch. Gary 195 Hartsoch. Martha 182 Harvey. Nita 36. 92. 105. 134 Harwood. David 107. 127. 195 Haskins. Iohn 10.1 182 Hassett. Tracy 37 Haun. Kay 65. 67. 93. 94. 152. 182 Hawes. Mary 37 Hawley. Lavaun 37 Hawley. Ronald 78. 182 Haworth. Mary 37. 65. 90 Haworth. Susan 195 Haxby. Robert 182 Hayes. Karen 37. 65. 72. 105 Hayes. Rex 37 Hayes. Richard 37. 105. 182 Hazlitt. David 71. 102. 126 Hearn. Edward 72. 99. 182 Hearn. ludith 83. 93. 98. 196 Heddinger. Bonnie 37. 90. 92. 104 Heddinger. Ronald 195 Hedgecoke. Lester 100. 182 Heide. Spencer 182 Heidgerken. lo Ann 37. 64. 92. 98 Heinz. Carollee 182 Heisler. Earl 108 Heldman. lames 37. 71 Helms. Carol 106 Hemmingsen. Sandra 75. 85. 89. 93. 99. 182 Hemphill. Robert 101. 182 Henager. Velmalee 182 Hendershott. Iudy 9. 24. 37. 62. 65. 67 .74. 83. 86. 88. 108 Henderson. Charles 195 Henderson. Lee 81. 132 Henderson. Lynette 195 Hendrickson. Karen 37. 83. 88. 92 Hendrickson. Peter 84. 195 Henke. Theodore 86. 105. 195 Holtman. Stephen 38. 72. 99. 138 Hogansen. Lorna 183 Hohberg. Henry 183 Hoiting. Linda 38. 93 Hokenstad. Alan 195 Holland. Leo 38. 72. 77. 78. 82. 96. 99. 108 Holloway. Iohn 97. 150. 183 Holmes. Linda 195 Holmes. Ted 195 Holseybrook. Ioyce 85. 93. 195 Holstrom. Robert 96. 97 Holtan. Benny 195 Hoverson. Arthur 183 Hoppas. Linda 93. 95. 195 Horner. William 71. 101. 195 Horning. Linda 183 Horning. Sandra 183 Hornsby. Tom 127. 195 Horton. Karen 38. 56. 88. 87. 92 Horton. Sharon 38. 65. 76. 93 Hought. Duane 71. 90. 99. 127. 195 Hought. Iudy 38. 93. 108 Houmes. Ianet 80. 108. 183 Hounshell. Ioyce 83. 85. 195 Hauser. Marian 38 Haven. Skip 38. 99 Hoven. Sue. 62. 93. 98. 109. 195 Howard. Gary 99. 127. 195 Howell. David 195 Howell. Mary 195 Howerton. Cliltord 195 Hudson. Bob 195 Hudson. Karla 92. 106. 195 Huffman. Dixie 97. 98. 195 Huffman. Donna 83. 82. 79. 99. 183 Huistader. Lynn 79. 183 Hughes. Carolyn 81. 88. 106. 183 Hughes. Iackie 93. 183 Hughes. Iaclrie 93. 183 Huitt. Glen 195 Hulegaard. Car138. 65. 100. 103 Hull. Iohn 89 Hulse. George 38. 71. 109. 150 Humes. Eugene 195 Humphreys. Iim 183 Huntington. Nancy 38. 85. 95 Huntington. Susan 38. 106 Hurd. Mary 106. 183 Husband. Iames 127. 195 Huse. Barbara 39. 64. 93 Husk. Anne 88. 108. 195 Hushour. Katherine 195 Hutton. Harold 183 Ingles. Nancy 39. 105 Ienkins. Robert 81. 195 Iensen. Darlene 104 Iensen. Gary 100. 183 lensen. Shirley 85. 195 Iette. Sharon 93. 98. 196 Iocelyn. Donald 39 Iocelyn. Shirley 39. 105 Iohnson. Barbara 79. 80. 83. 86. 89 183 Iohnson. Carolyn 39. 85 Iohnson. Colleen 39. 67. 85. 93 Iohnson. Dona 85 Iohnson. Eloise 91 Iohnson. Gloria 79. 92. 106. 183 Iohnson. Iames 196 Iohnson. Iudith 83. 84. 89. 183 Iohnson. Keith 86. 132. 183 Iohnson. Larry 39. 101 Iohnson. Lynn 99. 101. 183 Iohnson. Marian 25. 39.. 88. 92. 97. 98 Iohnson. Mary 39. 106 Iohnson. Nadine 196 Iohnson. Richard 108. 196 lonhson. Theodore 183 Iohnson. Warren 72. 127. 196 Iohnson. Wendell 90. 107 Iohnston. Grady 196 Iohnston. Iames 196 Iohnston. Patricia 39. 99 Iones. Dorothy 84. 99. 183 Iones. Ianet 39. 93. 105 lanes. Kenneth 39 lanes. Tom 72. 96. 141. 145. 178. 183 lanes. Timothy 39 Iordan. 109 Karen 83. 92. 94. 97. 196. Iordan. Loren 127. 196 Ioslyn. Stanford 39 Iudd. Gertrude 91. 93. 99. 196 luilfs. Mary 72. 83. 88. 92. 196 Kangail. Walter 102 Kane. Iim 71 Kannast o. Kathy 85. 92. 98. 196 Kanne. William 196 Kate. Richard 183 Kaulrnan. Erich 39. 101 Kearney. Leonard 99. 183 Keith. Bob 39. 89. 90. 91. 104 Kelso. Glen 126. 183 Kelso. Phyllis 196 Kelso. Vernon 39. 96. 120. 125 Kelts. Iudith 83. 87. 183 Kemler . Michael 183 Kennedy. Harold 72. 183 Grant 108 lngram. Bill 195 lngram. Bob 193 ln-gram. Frances 103. 183 lreland. Gerald 105. 195 Irwin. Don 79. 183 Irvin. Wayne 195 Irvin. Hughie 195 Kernutt. Sharon 196 Kershaw. Elaine 39 Kerigan. Karen 81. 97. 196 Ketchum. Kathy 85. 92. 196 Kahn. Sahu 40. 97 Kiess. Ieanne 93. 196 Kiess. Iudy 83. 92. 109. 183 Hensen. Fidella 37. 93 Henshaw. Thomas 72. 126. 182 Henslee. Iay 89. 195 Isaac. Tess 62. 92. 193 Iseli. Shari 195 lvey .Thomas 91. 195 Kimball. Linda 67. 103 Kind. Wilis 100 King. Byron 196 Hensler. Douglas 182 Henson. Iohn 37. 105. 108 Henze. Dale 39. 81 Hepner, Iames 182 Hernandez. Doris 182 Herrman. Marilyn 72. 92. 98. 195 Hiatt. Iohn 63. 72. 182 Hicks. Donna 67. 85. 107. 195 Hildenbrand. Sharon 92. 195 Iaclzson. Betty 195 Iackson. Darlene 183 Iaclrson. Don 195 Iackson. Iack 102 Iackson. lames 183 - Jackson. Iustin 94. 183 Iackson. Robert 195 Iackson. Thomas 62. 127. 195 Jackson. Virginia 85. 195 King. David 40. 76. 82. 84 King. Thomas 183 Kingman. Orville 196 Kingsley. Stu 40. 54. 73. 99. 157 Kinter. Lynn 183 Kirkpatrick. Delbert 196 Kirkpatrick. Iohn 196 Klabunder. Barbara 66. 90. 93. 183 Kleinman. Letitia 86. 88. 92. 100 Hill. Di xie 92. 195 Hill. Karol 106. 182 Hill. Linda 62. 85. 93. 195 Hill. Pat 38. 88. 93 Hill. Roger 99. 182 Iacobsen. Barbara 83. 85 Iacobsen. Karen 83. 84. 195 Iacobsen. Maria 66. 98. 109. 183 lacoby. Kathy 64. 99.. 106. 152. 183 laequemin. Gary 102 196 Klenk. Darrell 196 Klenk. Iackie 40. 67. 92 Kliese. Marilyn 108. 196 Linda 85 182 Hale. lames 36. 73. 108 Hale William 194 Hall. Barbara 36. 93. 132 Hall. David 89. 101. 194 Hall. Douglas 36. 101 Hall. Iames 182 Hinds. Patricia 195 Hintz. Stephen 89. 91. 195 Hirons. Iohn 38. 96. 99 Hirons. Larry 72. 103. 138. 190. 195 Hirt. Rober tl95 Hixson. Arleen 38. 89. 91. 93. 107 Hockaday. loanne 85. 92. 195 Hockley. Doris 38. 105 Hoey. lack 38. 71. 101 Hodges. Bryan 108. 182 Hodges. Patricia 98. 195 Hoielt. Dixie 195 Iames. Dorothy 84. 183 Iames. Gilbert. 195 Iames. Iudith 183 James. Sherry 91. 183 Ians. Marian 93. 95. 98. 195 lanzig. Barbara 64. 78. 80. 91. 97. 183 larvis, Paul 86. l95 Iaros. Annette. 106. 183 Iayne. Truman 195 letters. Iudy 24. 39. 60. 62. 64. 88. 90. 93. 98 Knight. Iudith 40. 93. 94. 106 Knight. Loren 81 Knoedler. lame! 183 Knox. Larry 84. 196 Kobersteinn. Verna 87. 183 Koenig. lames 196 Koester. Linda 40 Kottler. Leroy 196 Koke. Delbert 196 Kopp Louis 183 Kerltad. Karen 88. 98. 109. 183 Kress. Koutynovich. Dianne 85. 92. 98. 183 Kralt. Charles 183 Kraus. Karen 92. 97. 98. 196 Kraus. Robert 63. 71. 126. 183 Krebs. Kay. 40. 79. 82 Carolyn 83. 88. 98. 183 Noble Iames 45. 89. 94. 196 Krusenstierna. Loren 40 Krusenstierna. Richard 196 Kuntz, Max 183 Kuhl. Gary 73. 103. 195 Kuykendall. William 100. 183 Laird. Charles 25. 26. 40. 64. 71. 72 86. 106. 108 Laird. Robert 100. 183 Lake. Carolyn 25. 40. 79. 93 Lake. Kenny 101 Lakin, Richard 81. 89. 102. 196 Lambert. Celeste 88. 106. 183 Lambert. Donna 92. 95. 196 Lamont. David 183 LaMora. David 40. 101 La Mora. Loren 183 Landers. Connie 63. 93. 98 Landsiedel. Eunice 196 Landsiel. Paul 196 Landskroner. Ronnie 40. 71. 96. 97. 121. 150 Lang. Ierry 41. Langan. Marguerite 84. 88. 96. 107. 184 Larsen. Wally 126. 196 Larson. Linda 196 Lauritsen. Le Ann 41. 80. 87. 93. 97 Law. Chris 41. 92. 108 Laws. Lana 83. 94. 184 Lawrence. Don 41. 56. 75. 96. 97. 120. 129. 142. 143 Lawson. Iames 71. 184 Lay. Sharon 93. 98. 73. 196 Lay. Iames 101 Leach. Esta 41 Leach. Io Ann 184 Leach. William 201 Lee. Barbara 93. 164 Lee. Dianne 37. 41. 66. 92 Lee. Linda 73. 184 Lee. Maryellen 41. 65. 67. 90. 93. 133 Leeper. David 80. 86. 103. 184 Lehrback. Lester 196 Leister. Arthur 196 Lemer y, uma va Lemery. Iames 196 Lemke. Donald 41. 96. 122. 141. 147 Lemon. Margaret 41. 73. 87. 88. 104 Lentx. -Bert 196 Leonard. Gerald 109. 196 Lesan. Bruce 108. 184 Lesan. lorry 72. 127. 196 Lesch. George 102 Leslie. Kathryn 88. 92. 15 Lewis. Bert 196 Lewis. lames 184 Lewis. Ianice 93. 96. 196 Lillard. Linda 96. 196 Lonberg. Dyann4l. 67. 92. 108 Linder. Cecil 126. 184 Lindley. Douglas 62. 102. 196 Lindsay. Vaun 41 Lindstrom. Ianet 85. 83. 98. 196 Link. Robert 41. 101 Little. Richard 99. 104 Lloyd. Audley 194 Lobaugh. Genevieve 64. 73. 78. '83. 87. 89. 92. 184 Lochner. Robert 196 Loclren. Michael 41. 63. 64. 101. 138 Loe. Fred 41 Lohikoski. Sandra 87. 79. 99. 108. 184 Long. Carl 73. 79. 80. 107. 184. 187 Long. Elaine 104. 196 Long. Harold. 72. 184 .... Lopuson. Donnette 41 Lopuson. Io 85. 92. 196 Lopuson. Kadell 62. 196 Love. Melvin 41 Loveall. Richard 916 Loveall. Sandra 64. 66. 92. 97. 164 Lovering. Billy 184 Luck. Dianne 41. 83. 90 Luck. Indy 84. 196 Lundy. Kappy 65. 93. 98. 196 Lundy. Tod .4 41. 65. 72. 85. 99. 101. 116. 137 Lush. Bette 41. 55. 61. 65. 78. 63. 87 88. 93 Lusk. Kathleen 68. 196 Lusk. Priscilla 106. 184 Lynch, Diane 41 .66. 93. 99. 105 Lynes. Susan 75. 85. 98. 184 Lyon. Coralynn 42. 73. 80. 83. 92 Lyonsl Marcia 42. 93 McAllister. Darl 42. 71. 96. 108. 122 McBee. Carol 93. 95. 98. 196 McBee. Galen 42. 54. 76. 99. 108 McCabe, Barbara 65 McCard. Deanna 85. 184 McCarty. Lynda 85. 196 McCauley. Marian 86. 93. 106. 196 McC1endon. Marvin 184 McClure. lames 78. 184 McCorkle. Dennis 78. 184 McCoy. Barbara 184 McCracken. Terry 72. 197 ............ McCready. Eric 89. 94. 108. 197 McCulloch. Iudith 42. 83. 90. 92 McCulloch. Stephen 42. 99 McDaniel. Zetta 197 McDonald. loanne 85. 184 McDonald. Patricia 197 McDougal. Alice 67. 95. 197 McEwen. Malcolm 99. 184 McGary. Faye 42. 104 McGary. Frances 197 McGuire. Shirley 42. 84. 93 Mclnnis. Raymond 184 McKay. Bonnie 106. 184 McKay. Linda 67. 106. 184 McKenzie. Raymond 100. 127. 179 McKinnon. Donald 107. 197 McLean. Iames 210 McMann. Ioan 42. 83. 104 McMillan, Tarley 85. 197 McNeil. Linda 197 McNutt. Molly 93. 94. 96. 197 McPheeters. Errol 98. 194 McPheeters. Kathleen 98. 108. 197 McPherson. Kay 93. 197 McShatko. Iudith 84. 88. 83 Mach. Theodore 197 Maclzprang. Linda 88. 93. 104. 187 Mackrill. Eleanor 93. 105 Madsen. Ellen 85. 98. 197 Madsen. Gordon 78. 108. 184 Maesner. Maxine 197 Mahler. Page 42. 56. 57. 87. 92 Mannke. Mark 197 Mahoney. Darrel 76. 184 Maier. Norma 34. 42. 64. 92. 98. 156 Maine. Ronald 42 Mannay. lohn 197 Marineau. Phil 90. 100 Marks. Vernon 71. 197 Marquis. Kay 42. 85 Mardsen. Robert 42 Marshall. Glenda 184 Martin. Beverly 88. 92. 197 Martin. Iudy 25. 42. 61. 62. 65. 86. 88. 92 Martinek. Annadle 104. 184 Martiney. Iohn 197 Mast. Robert 197 Mast. Roberta 82. 197 Masterson. Dale 42 Masterson. Kenneth 42. 90 Matheny. Della 106. 197 Matson. Gary 103. 197 Matthews. Iimmy 184 Matthews. Marvin 126. 197 Menkens. Eleanor 72. 83. 106. 197 Merrill. Gail 85. 92. 197 Merten. Frederick 197 Metcall. Gloria 43. 77. 93. 98 Metcalf. Kenneth 197 Metzler. Patricia 43 Mickelson. Iell 42. 79. 102. 109 Mikel. Donald 43 Miller. Betty 43. 87 Miller. Diana 93. 95. 81 Miller. Gwendolyn 106. 197 Newman. Nancy 44. 92. 105 Newman. Phil 127. 198 Newsom. Keith 25. 44. 72. 87 Newson. Winilred 44 Newton. lohn 198 Neylon. Walter 71. 185 Nicol. Richard 198 Nicolson. Merlita 85. 185 Nielson. Gary 44 Nier. Kaye 44 Niederhiser. Randall 198 .89.103 Miller. Kenneth 99. 126. 197 Miller. Marian 43. 85. 92 Miller. Marillee 81. 93. 109 Miller. Marsha 43. 64. 66. 75. 77. Nixon Niemi. . Alan 8.1 98. 198 Nels 25. 44. 54. 63. 99. 103 Nixon. Barbara 106. 185 . Dianne 105 88. 89. 93. 98 Miller. Norman 90. 197 Miller. Robert 187 Miller. Robin 81. 197 Miller. Sabra 43. 80. 109 Miller. Sheldon 184 Miller. Terrill 43 Millett. Pre d90. 184 Millho llen. Gary 103. 127. 197 Noll. Maureena 83. 91. 198 Norris. Iune 45. 93 lm Nosler Iohn 99. 198 Oar. Cherris 105. 185 O'Connell. Dan 72. 97. 126. 190. 198 O'Donahue. Paulinka 88. 108 O'Hare. Carolyn 185 0'Rourke. Terry 71. 100. 107. 127. 198 Oliver. Thomas 105. 185 Milligan. Patricia 43. 67. 90. 93 Mills. Gordon 25. 43. 73. 86. 67. 88 Mills. Iames 43. 99 Minkler. Patsy 106. 184 Minturn. Kenneth 43. 101 Mintz. Bob 101, 184 Mitchell. David 43. 81 Mitchell. Gerald 83. 127. 197 Mitchell. Shannon 90. 93. 100. 197 Megan. Mihcael 44 Olson. Darlyne 185 Olson. Gordon 45. 79. 105 Olsen. Iarnes 103 Olsen. Larry 165 Olson. Carol 88. 92. 106. 198 Olson. Karrin 45. 92 Olson. Leon 45 Olson. Samuel 99. 100. 185 Orrell. Moles. Charlotte 44 Mollet. Iames 197 Monte. Carole 104 Montel. Donald 108. 184 Montgomery. Errol 44 Montgomery. Gerry 80 Montgomery. Mary 83. 91. 197 Monroe. Mike 63. 99. 197 Moody. Richard 63. 185 Moody. William 44 Moore. Carol 197 Moore.. Betsy 185 Moore. Martha 185 Moore. Raylene 44 Moorhouse. Kenneth 127. 197 Morgan. Barbara 64. 88. 185 1 Morgan. Betty 84. 92. 106. 197 Morris. Lowell 185 Morse. Gary 197 Morse. Roy 71. 197 Morton. Alyce 91 Morrow. Deanne 83. 89. 91. 185 Meursund. Anne 25. 44. 96 Mowen. Susanne 44. 83. 87. 92.109 Mueller, Waymon 185 Muhr. Elsie 44. 83. 92. 134 Muhr. lim 71. 127. 197 Muhr. Mike 108. 127. 197 Mulkey. Gary 197 Mulkey. Gerald 105. 185 Mulligan. Robert 185 Mumau. Gena 197 Murdock. Dick 197 Murphy. Carol 197 Murphy. Linda 97. 197 Murray. Myron 185 Myers. Barbara 185 Myers. Darlene 89. 185 Myers. Douglas 44 Myers. Earl 197 Myers. Iohn 185 Myers. Patricia 96. 197 Myers. Willard 62. 94 Matthews. Melvin 197 Matthews. Melvin 126 Matthews. Sally 99. 106. 184 Mattingly. Dennis 91. 197 Mattison. Iackie 72. 96. 194 Matychuck. Mike 72. 96. 184 Max. Deanne 84. 89. 92. 94. 184 Maxwell. 'Celeste 42. 73. 79. 90. 93. 99. 104. 133 May. Donald 197 May. Gary 197 May. Ieanette 42. 83. 92. 98. 109 May. Sally 34. 42. 79. 93. 96. 134. 157 Mead. Wanda 92. 98. 107. 197 Meadows. VicH 108. 197 Myrmo. Linda 72. 75. 85. 86. 92. 98 185 Napier. Rodney 127. 198 Needham. Iames 99. 198 Needham. Robert 99. 105. 185 Nelson. Charlotte 44. 64. 93. 99. 104 134 Nelson. Dianne 196 Nelson. Phyllis 185 Nelson. Theodore 198 Ness. David 127 Ness. Ronald 185 Ness. Steven 44. 100 Ness. Thomas 90. 198 Newman. Dennis 63. 90. 127. 198 Neumann. Allred 2. 69. 134 Newman. Edwina 93. 96. 198 Orrut. Leona 45. 104 Osborn. Dale 45. 80. 101 Osburn. Walter 45. 56. 63. 76. 97. 99 Osland. Michael 81 Ottosen. Iohn 31. 45 Overgard. Ralph 198 Overstreet. Robin 45. 64. 70. 71. 96. 97. 121 Overstreet. lean 93. 98. 198 Oviatt. Beverly 45 Owen. Linda 64. 72. 75. 89. 93. 106 185 Owenby. Virginia 90 Painter. Shirlee 198 Papke. Brenda 92. 94. 198 Pappell. Sandra '45. 85 Parker. Clyde 198 Parker. Larry 72. 198 Parker. Pat 45. 65. 86. 93 Park. Dorothy 198 Parkerson. Mary 198 Parkinson. Carol 198 Parmetner. Leu 45. 78. 82. 108. 109 137. 139 Parmenter. Lou 45. 78. 82. 108. 109 Paslay. Craig 45. 80 Passwaters. David 185 Payne. Terry 108. 198 Pearl. Sherry 45. 55. 61. 82. 65. 87. 88. 90. 93. 98 Pearson. Dianne 45. 92. 109 Pearson. Marilyn 83 Pearson. Steven 198 Pederson. Bmce 62. 99. 198 Pederson. Fredrick 45. 71. 75. 105 Pederson. Ianet 85. 93. 198 Pederson. Patty 45. 75. 77. 92. 98 Pederson. Richard 185 Penniston. Eunice 84. 96. 185 Penselin. Maxine 46. 85 Perkins. Karen lm. 198 Perin. Dean 198 Perlich. Patty 93. 198 Perry. Kay 93. 98. 134. 185 Person. Marilyn 46. 65. 83. 65. 93 104 Peters. David 198 Peterson. Antene 198 Peterson. Allen 198 Peterson. Sharon 93. 95. 196 Petxold. Duane 185 Pheigh. Gloria 185 Phelps. Sabine 78. 83. 92. 98. 185 Phillippay. Ioe 185 Pickett. Harry 99. 165 Pierce. Leslie' 93. 96. lm. 198 Pierson. lohn 46. 103 Pierson. Marilyn 46 Piier. Linda 198 Pine. Ioan 85 Powell. Gillord 46, 71, 90, 91, 96 Pitchlord, Nancy 86. 93. 98, 109. 198 Pits. Patsy 83, 85. 98. 109, 185 Poindexter, LeRoy 46, 63, 96, 100 121 Pollock. Ioyce 46, 81 Polensky. Marvin 46. 79, 100 Polhemus, Iohn 96. 97. 123. 125. 185 Pooser. Kay 86. 108, 185 Pope. Clayton 185 Posage. Thomas 185 Pessen. Gary 198 Poston, lerry 46, 101, 116 Potteri, William 46, 63. 96 Pewelll, David 46. 78. 81. 137 Powell, Ellen 94, 96. 185 Powell, Gary 71, 96. 122, 129, 149, 185 99. 133 Powell, Helen 198 Powell. Noble 46 Power. Alvie 71, 198 Power, lee 46. 75, 89, 96, 121 Power, Ronald 46. 71 Pratt, Glen 127, 198 Price, lacquelyn 92, 106, 198 Price, William 199 Prince, Elaine 47, 106 Prickett. Robert 185 Prechnow. Sharen 198 Procter, ludith 47 Pruitt. Michael 199 Puett, Diane 72, 93, 94. 199 Pulliam. Sandra 195 Purigraski, Linda 72, 198 Purviance. Dixie 93, 98. 199 Pyle, Lynn 64. 79. 83. 89, 89, 92. 185 Quiclr, Benie 105. 185 Quick, Ierwell 93, 198 Quinby, Harviy 108, 198 Raabe. Dwayne 47 Raab, Ianice 90, 93. 98, 199 Racely, Kathryn 93, 198 Radar, Kay 98. 109 Rankin, Patricia 109. 186 Rasmussen. Deanne 25. 47. 66, 67 87.92, 116, 135 Rathbone, Iames 47, 103 Rayburn. Lynda 91. 93, 198 Schultz. Rodney 199 Raytield, Charles 47 Reade, Donna 87, 186 Reagor. Ierry 47. 137 Rear, Nancy 47. 65, 78. 92, 105 Reddig, Alvin 126, 186 Reece, lohn 96. 99, 196 Reed, Barbara 67, 85. 89, 186 Reed. Betty 85, 186 Reed, Iohn 71. 126, 198 Sprauge, Reed, Robert 126. 198 Reed, Ruthie 102, 198 Reiersgaard, Ruth 90, 104, 186 Reinertson, Gloria 88, 92. 109, -98 Relyea, Deanna 196 Reinit, Iaclrie 198 Renken, Betty 199 Renken, Robert 186 Revell, Linda 99, 186 Reynolds, Marie 83, 93, 199 Rhoads, Charles 186 Rice, Dennis 199 Rice, Stephen 81, 198 Rice, Virginia 85 Richards. Charles 186 Richins. Ianice 47. 66. 78, 84 Richmond, Donna 92, 96, 199 Ricltabaugh. Roma 86, 11B Ridenour, Carol 85. 199 Ridenour. Stanley 102, 199 Righby, Linda 98. 106, 186 Rinnert, Sandralee 186 Risinger, Iames 47. 78 Roberts. Eleanor 186 Roberts. Mary 47, 73, 104 Roberts, Virginia 199 Robertson, Iames 100. 196 Robertson. Iames 100, 186 Robertson. LeAnn 65, 104, 186 Robbins. Richard 199 Robinson. Dee Anna 105, 186 Robinson, Dorothy 196 Roblyer, Patty 80, 92. 106, 199 Reblyer, Richard 80. 186 Rodenberger. Marilyn 199 Roderick. Chad 199 Rodney, Lynn 127, 199 Rogers, Iohnelle 85. 186 Rogers. Marian 47. 87 Rogers, Patricia 96. 199 Rohrbacker, Larry 89. 101. 199 Reid, lon 199 Romaine. Douglas 47 Roseberry, Edna 91. 186 Rosen, Ioy ec82. 93 Resin, Ronald 199 Royd. Iohn 127 Royston, Charla 47. 86 Rozman, Iudith 93, 98, 199 Roxman, William 47 Rubenstein, Ioy 72, 96. 93, 98, 136. 137, 190, 199 Rubenstein, Larry 72, 108. 186 Rubenstein, Ronald 63, 89, 97, 186 Rubert. Sandra 47, 92 Rull, Delores 47. 66. 96. 92, 98 Ruff, Max 47 Rublman. Richard 127. 199 Ruse, Wayne 47 ' Rushing, Iudy 37. 47, 66. 67, 75, 88 92, 98, 105 Russell, Ieanne 93, 94, 186 Russell, Kenneth 72, 199 Ruthven, Diane 48. 67, 92 Ruthven, lean 85, 186 Ruthven, Ierald 96, 186 Rudd, Mitchell 199 Sagan. Iayne 91, 93, Sagan, loni 106 Samek, LaVon 199 Sandberg. Michael 99, 199 Saunders, lohn 199 Saunders. Robert 72. 99. 126, 186 Saville, William 108 Scarvie, Sally 49, 99, 99, 94 School, Delbert 199 Schaal, Robert 99, 199 Schainck, Henry 108. 199 Schailsel, Lorainne 106 Schamber, Carol 94, 186 Scharen, Lynne 199 Schardt, Carolyn 92, 199 Schleicher, Cheryl 83, 88, 91. 92, 199. Schleicher. Karyn 48, 95. 96 Schlesinger, Iohn 108 Schlesinger, Iillerie 92, 106, 199 Schmale, Ronald 199 Schneidau, Helen 79, 85, 186 Schomp, Laurilea 48, 104 Schreiner, Karen 25. 48, 84. 93 Schroeder. Iudyth 73, 92, 98, 109, 199 Schultz. Walter 48. 96. 121 Schumacker, George 199 Scoopmire. Kay 106, 186 Scott. Carol 72, 98, 92. 98 Shultis, Christina 67, 80. 89. 92, 97 132, 186 Shurtz. Larry 186 Siclts, Loren 80, 186 Siegrist, Spike 48, 99, 101 Sikes, ludy 93. 94. 88. 92, 199 Silces. Ronald 48, 63. 64, 79, 84. 90 Sullivan, Iaunita 95. 187 Summers, David 187 Summers. Deanna 65. 200 Summers, Karin 84. 89, 96, 89, 187 Summers. Nevina 187 Sunnel, Ellwood 50 Sustello, David 200 133 Siler, Bruce 105, 199 Siliman, Carol 85, 199 Simmons, Kay 98. 104, 107. 186 Simmons , Larry 101 Simomns, Earlene 92, 199 Simpson, Dennis 199 Sitsman, Skorpen, Skorpen, Slayton, Barbara 86, 89, 109, 186 Donald 199 Sylvia 48, 93. 108 Iudy 106, 199 Slayton, Kenneth 108, 199 Sleight, Iudith 92. 99. 199 Sloane, Patricia 48, 95 Slocum. Tom 48. 70, 71. 99, 96, 108 120. 129, 138 Small, Wayne 816 Smith. Darlene 48. 78, 83, 92 Smith Darrel 186 Smith. Dennis 186 Smith, Donald 89, 199 Smith, Gary 199 Smith. Gary 94, 199 Smith, Gary 186 Smith Glenda 48 Smith, Gretchen 72. 78, 82, 83, 90 92. 187 Smith, Iarnes 99, 150. 186 Smith, lanet 48 Smith, Ioan 92, 97, 199 Smith, Karleen 104, 199 Smith, Lindsey 48 Smith, Marilyn 200 Smith, Patty 95, 200 Smith, Robert 186, 200 Smith, Rochelle 94 Smith. Sandra 93, 94, 200 Smith. Tony 200 Snortland, Larry 187 Soleim, Mary 92, 96, 106, 200 Serber, Nancy 200 Sorenson, Cynthia 49, 62. 92, 106 Sustello, Io Ann 50, 94. 86 Sutton, Carol 50, 104 Svarverud. Bernice 200 Swan, Cheryl 9, 50, 74, 92. 98 Swanson, Eileen 50 Sweitser, Nancy 80 Taber, lane 79, 85, 197 Tapp, Eldon 187 Tarpenning, Connie 93, 200 Tarpening. Sharon 50. 90, 92 Taxdal. Ardys 104, 187 Taylor. Bruce 63, 97, 197 Taylor, Gerald 200 Taylor, Calvin 62. 101, 187 Taylor, Linda 200 Taylor, Nancy 93, 109 Taylor, Phillip 81, 200 Terpening, Robert 109 Terril, Mar ilyn 85 Terry, Loretta 50 Tevepaugb, William 200 Texley, Clark 50. 150 'l'exley, lerome 200 Thenell. Albert 108, 187 Thenell. Arthur 107, 187 Thiessen, Linda 50, 92 Thenell. Norma 85, 92 Thomas, Lowell 50. 96, 120 Thomason. Randy 50 Thomason, William 187, 200 Thompson. Betty 50, 109 Thompson. Betty 72, 98. 197 Thompson, Bonnie 85. 187 Thompson, Carolyn 50. 104 Thompson, Fredrick 187 Thompson. Gary 200 Thompson, Iames 127, 200 Thompson, Karen 104. 187 Thompson, Nancy 81, 200 Thompson, McKenzie 50 Thorn, Sharon 187 Thom, 'l'ona 106, 187 Sorenson, Patty 88, 187 Seward. Connie 187 Spangler, Audrey 200 Spangler, Sharon 49 Sparks, Danny 99, 100, 187 Sparrow, Galyn 85. 187 Speldrich. Kathleen 49 187 Speldrich, Thomas 49 Spence, Carole 95, 200 . R Spence enald 49, 105 Spencer, Charmalee 49, 56, 67, 93, 97. 106, 1099 Nancy 92, 94 Scott. Doreen 48. 86. 89, 95 Scott, Ianice 83, 85, 92 Scott Randall 99, 196 Scott. Robert 96, 186 Seadler. Patricia 72, 106 Seal. Mary 97, 104. 186 Seal, Sara 93, 104. 199 Sears, Loren 48, 62, 96, 99 Sears. Wayne 186 Seashore. Stephen 196 Seaver, William 199 Sedergren. Daniel 199 Sell, Elaine 39, 81 Senkel, lames 126, 199 Senkel, Raymond 48, 71, 96. 122 Sena, Larry 72. 96, 123, 186 Sergeant, Sandra 106. 186 Sether, Alvin 199 Severns. Robert 199 Shaddy. Peggy 96. 196 Shatler, ludy 83, 92. 106, 196 Shatlner. Richard 48. 71 Shanlrs, Robert 196 Sharar. Earl 199 Shaw. Carolyn 67, 89. 92, 96, 98, 104 107, 132, 186 Sheelrs, Dale 199 Shepard. Carolyn 62, 88, 94. 186 Short. Hazel 85. 186 Shoup, Georgia 92. 96. 199 Shoup, Bette 48. 57, 83, 98. 92 Shuck, Gary 196 Springer, Lynda 49 Springer, Sandra 49. 85. 92 Squires, Marion 49. 85, 92 Squires, Marion 49. 85. 92 St. Iohn, Betty Ann 79 Stalsberg, Charles 99, 127, 200 Staley, Robert 99, 100. 187 Stanley, Allan 49. 106 Starkweather, lames 63, 89, 187 Starlin. Iohn 187 Statzer, Gerald 200 Steele, Charlene 91, 200 Steele, Iudy 106 Stenshoel, Deanna 79, 89, 94, 187 Stephens. Peggy 98, 106, 187 Stevens, Barbara 167 Stewart, Gary 99, 127, 150. 200 Stewart, Iulie 72. 93. 200 Stillio, David 127 Stratton. Elvin 49, 103 Strayer. Nancy 102, 103, 187 Street, lrene 34, 49, 96, 92, 98, 116 156 Strelzuk. Margaret 187 Strite, Virginia 84, 197 Stromme, Allan 187 Strong, Sharon 92, 95, 200 Stout. larnes 62, 49 Stuart, Sandra 62, 92. 96, 98, 200 Stuart. William 71. 99, 200 Stump. Gerald 187 Stuts. Iennette 50. 93 Thornburg. lohn 50, 72 Thorne, Sheldon 50, 57, 75. 108 Thorne, Wanita 187 Thorton, Carol 50, 93. 9. 106 Thorson, Helen 187 Thurman. Karen 92, 200 Tillee. Zulla 85, 93, 98, 200 Tilt, Clarise 9, 197 Tilt. lanice 3, 50, 57, 8, 9. 105. 137. 156 Tilley, Elbert 160, 200 Tilley, Ernest 50, 7, 105 Tipton, Corinne 50, 105 Tipton, Larry 200 Titland, Barbara 56, 85 Tobin. Charlotte 64. 85, 93, 135, 18 Tolsen, Terrance E87 Tomlinson. Colleen 51 Tomseth, Peter 200 Q Torvik. Kathryn 80, 83, 89, 187 Towne, Lorna 51 Tranberg, Leroy 51 Tracy, Toni 108, 200 Traylor, Mardelle 51, 85 Treadwell. Marilyn 63, 91, 93, 99. 187 Trenholme, Iehn 51, 74. 192 Trenholme, Peter 103, 187 Trippett, Larry 200 Trojan, Claudia 106. 187 Truax, Ioyce 66, 95, 187 Tucker. Billy 187 Tucker. Alice 51, 92. 99, 108 Tullar, Sharon 65, 93, 187 'l'ullock, Carol 96, 107, 197 Tulloclc. Clara 63, 96, 107, 187 Tuning. Doris 85. 187 Tupper, Barbara 12. 51 Turnbull, Lee, 91, 200 Turner, Turner. Gordon 51, 87. 89, 139 Tamyra 51, 78. 81, 93. 99 Tuttle, Patricia 34, 37, 51, 98, 116 157 Tuttle, Kenneth 200 Tyack, Ieanne 90, 93, 98, 134. 197 7 Tysell. Iohn 72. 82. 90. 187 Uchytil. Gary 51 Uchytil. Winton 79. 187 Urych. Sondra 51 Upp. Robert 51 Upp. Patricia 51. 105 Upp. Sharon 51 Vandiever. Ianice 62. 85. 93. 96. 98. 200 Van Duyn. Charles 187 Veale. Myrna 187 Veltman. Thomas 101. 200 Vierling. Lynn 127. 200 Viesteinz. Patsy 81. 200 Vitus, Carole 51 Vlasak. Sylvia 51 Voeltz. Katherine 99. 106. 197 Vogel, Edward 187 Voleq. Sue 5. 51. 104 Vollmer. Larry 200 Vos. Gretchen 51. 66. 78. 83. 84. 89 93 Vos. Iames 200 Walker. Neil 200 Walker. Suzanne 85. 93. 98. 200 Walker. Robert 100. 126. 187 Walker. Ronald 200 Walkley. Gail 85. 187 Walrath. Doris 93. 200 Walters. Donna 85. 187 Wampach. Richard 52 Waning. Barbara 104. 188 Ward. Edna 52. 89. 91. 93 Ware. Norma 52. 85 Warren. Carol 65. 66. 89. 94. 188 Warren. Charles 63. 96. 97. 123. 125. 141. 142. 143. 160. 188 Warren. lohn 105. 188 Wartenbee. Verl 105. 188 Washburn, Iudith 51, 84 Waske. Carolyn 52. 85 Wassom. Leonard 200 Wassom. Margaret 188 Watson. Barbara 52. 93. 109 Watson. Paul 188 Watters. lack 200 Watters, Charlotte 200 Weathers. Wesley 74. 100. 188 Webb. Richard 91. 127. 200 Webster. Linda 200. 93 Wienrich. Lue Ieanne 52. 105 Wellette. Benjamin 52 Wells. Mary 85 Wells. Nancy 200 Wells. Peggy 188 Weltch. Maxine 200 Wenderoth. Ilse 93. 200 Wenick. Rosalee 52 Wentworth. Mike 99. 200 Westerlund. LeAnn 62. 64. 83. 93. 125. 188 Westerlund. Muriel 52. 75. 78. 83. 93 Weston, Edna 95. 200 Wetzell, David 126. 200 Wheat. Bonnie 67. 85. 188 Wheeler. Sue 84. 108. 188 Wheeler. Fay 107. 201 Wheeler. Marvin 201 Wheller. Larry 62. 105, 127. 201 Whelchel. Danial 52 Whipple. Emma 52 Whisman. Nonda 93. 95. 201 White. Monte 201 White. Paralyn 84. 188 Whitman. Sandra 94. 201 Whitney. Ianice 93. 95 Whitney. Robin 201 Whitney. Sandra 34. 53. 86. 92. 94. 98. 156 Whitney. Timothy 201 Whittington. Wayne 99. 100. 101. 188 Whitson. Eleanor 93. 201 Wicl-rlund. Nancy 84. 93. 98. 201 Wickstrorn. Gary 53. 73. 100. 101 Wibert. Gerald 53. 70. 71. 96 Wilcox. Michael 71. 81. 201 Wilcox. Mollie. 53. 78. 80. 82. 83 Wiedrich. George 188 Wildish. Gary 201 Wildish. Iohnn 53. 75. 89. 90. 92 Wiley. George 86. 188 Wiley. Patrick 201 Wilhite. Steven 201 Wilkinson. Cathy 84. 88. 92. 201 Wilkinson. loy 92. 106. 188 Willcut. Robert 53 Willemson, Kay 72. 93. 201 Willener. Greg 96. 122. 141. 143. 147 188 Willette. Lois 188 Williams. Dan 99. 127. 201 Williams. Helen 53 Williams. Iames 188 Williams. Patricia 106. 188 Williams. Richard 188 Williams. Wade 201 Willis. lerry 201 Willis. William 100. 188 Wills. Gary 53. 63. 80. 108. 158 Wilson. Brenda 92. 99. 106. 188 Wilson. Charles 71. 96. 97. 123. 188 Wilson. Connie 67. 72. 86. 93. 98. 109. 201 Wilson. George 201 Wilson. Marta 106. 188 Wilson. Met 25. 53. 60. 62. 64. 84 138 Wilson. 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