Fort Morgan High School - Pacemaker Yearbook (Fort Morgan, CO)

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CHILI SUPPER The 1963 G.A.A. chili supper was held in February. Initiates were required to participate in a skit, organized by the juniors who were mem- bers. Each class contributed something to the supper which was attended by invited Women faculty. Right this way just keep going. The G.A.A. initiation bcins! NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Richard Bowles Annette Prevost Bud Morse Sharon Olsen Carl Smith Bill Tieman Dennis Belau Vic Bostrom Martin English Patty Lewis Leo Weber 1963 MEMBERS Sharon Lebsock Sara Schroeder Judy Wingstrom Richard Mowrer David Bath Armin Schultz Richard Lauck Jack Berryhill john Conklin Diana Poe Terry Vaughn '62-'65 MEMBERS Joyce Mathis Sharon Hoffman Maia Christensen Judy Varner Sandy Hoffman GIRLS STATE BOYS STATE BARBARA JO NELSON JACK BERRYHILL SHARON PARKER JERRY SCHLOTHAUER DIANA POE DAVID BATH The purpose of Girls State and Boys State is to teach high school girls and boys more about local, state and national government. They receive instructions then are allowed to participate in some of the working parts of the democratic process. s 510966 DEDICATION 0F THE 1 I LEADERSHIP 4 41 04,777 ACHIEVEMENT The junior-Senior Prom was held May -ith at 6:50 P.Mi in the gym. The theme was "Polynesian Paradise" which was carried out very well by the derorations, A large grass hut served as the entrance to the gym and another one sheltered the band, the "Lamplighters." A large mural at one end ot' the gym. with mountains, ocean and palm trees, provided an appropriate background for the entertainment at intermission. The Morgan High Singers sang various selections from "South Pacific" and Toen, our exchange student from Indonesia, did two ol' her native dances. Intermission was followed by the Grand Maruh and dancing until 12:50. .valid .mv was WAN? 'ith JUNICR-SENIOR PROM This South Sea mural painted by the decorating com- mittee is an example of the hard work done by all jun- iors. The theme of our prom "Polynesain Paradise." The Morgan High Singers provided entertainment with se- lections from "South Pacific." One of the main attractions was this mountain and its real waterfall, Q ,.., A,.: S 6 . A +R , gg -I:' 5 ' afar V g.... Q i K f vfy .1- E5 re : EF: Wwx N M X ww 1 YK wg 753 as 4 5,3-2 Q' ' x 1 Mama M X 2553? ,,, , T 2 , ff" 3 f 3- ,- . T ' W . , i ,ku Q g,:,5 Q. ff Grace Grave: ...w, . judy Gravef ,, ,A.. joe ..,,..,...,.. Loi: G'l'd1'EJ ., .. Fuffy Adamf .. Hilda , ,.....,,,, ,,,.. . j. B. Curtiy ,..,.,,,, Harry, what would I do without you? Ellen Cunij Willif Reyrzolalr YY,.A, . Sterling .,...,...,,,, C laarl ex ., .... H erzry ..,..,V, Albert Kunody .. .. l I just wanted to say goodbye for 10 minutes! Harry Grazfef .,.,,, ,,..,. ...,,,, . Barlow Adamx . . ,,.., S. Hafkell Cummings wu,,u,, Tommy .,,..u,,,,A,. . Weilern Union Boy Merrill Feurbatb ,...u,,u CAST OF CHARACTERS Frank Hart Linda Nelson . Kay Timmons . ....,u...,.,....... jim Servin Mary Alice Gronstal Margaret Westhoff .. Sandra Long Bill Macneal Armin Schulz jack Berryhill Shari Berryhill .. .. Mike McNierney Bob Tatton . . Raymond Tennant David Midcap Homer Smith George Haffke .. Mike Saylor Stan Sailsbery Left to right: F. Hart, D. Luke, J. Berryhill, H. Smith, M. McNierney, R. Tennant, M. Saylor, S. Long, L. Nelson, M. Westhoff, M. A. Gronstal, S. Berryhill, A. Schultz, B. Tatton, J. Servin, L. Yager. S. Sailsbery. 1 ROW ONE: J. Berryhill. B. Macneal. B. Tieman, P. Meininger, M. Achziger, M. Karbach. ROW TWO: C. Vannest. G. Tieclgen. K. Meinlnger, T. Montel, K. Wfales. ROW THREE: Coach Higgins, GOLF TRACK ROW ONE: D. Reyman. D. Bristol, K. Coffin, F. Evans, S. jaurigue, S. Lauck, R. Wunsch, G. Kloberdanz, R. Webb, D. Wagner, K. Waln, R. Kelim, D. Pocock, D. Hen- derson. ROW TWO: L. Hunt. J. Schroeder, L. Weimer, J. Schott, J. Stewart, R. Bowles, J. Tagge, J. Bath, J. Conley, D. Malone, D. Lutz, J. Shippey, D. Franks, W. Hurlock. ROW THREE: D. McReynolds. B. Redman, B, Ferguson, B. Tatton, C. Osborn, K. Bath, R. Edwards. C. Smith. Coach Foulks, Manager Pauls, and Coach Ankerfelt. BASEBALL ROW ONE: Coach Malone, Manager Patten, A. Weitzel, G. Thiel, D. Hale, L. Troutman, B. Clapp, M. English, D. Schantz, D. Gettman. ROW TWO: A. Schlothauer, G. Whittenbur, J. Littlefield, R. Schlothauer, R. Carnahan, R. Braden, J. Hamilton, B. Plumley, J. Smith, Coach Brinkmeyer. AWARDS ASSEMBLY Baseball Lettermen Hurlock receives Letter CLASS Toen Moerdiiat does a dance from her country, jim Bath plays his accordion. Toen presents Richard Bowles with a book about Indonesia. Sandra Hoffman sings a medley of songs. DAY Sharon Hoffman most outstanding girl in the class of 1965. jan Bostron and Sue Gollehon march out. 1 Richard Bowles and Dennis Belau outstanding boys of senior class. Annette Prevost and Gwen Rogers take part in recessional. BACCALAUREATE The Scripture Reading and Address were given by Rev. Frank L. McCormick of the First Presbyterian Church. Baccalaureate Services were held Sun- day, june 2, 1965, in the High School Auditorium at eight o'clock. "I May Never Pass This Way Again" STUDENT BODY QFFICERS I PRESIDENT TERRY VAUGHN VICE PRESIDENT DAVID BATH SECRETARY CINDY WEILIER TREASURER DIANA POE THE OLD BRINGING IN THE NEW. Richard Bowles, Sharon Hoffman, and Jerry Schlothauer. l FRONT ROW: Diana Poe, Cindy Weimer. BACK: Terry Vaughn. This year a new system of choosing student body officers was put into effect. Several candidates ran for each office. Then after a preliminary election the final candidates with the most votes ran in the main election. The officers were announced differently. In- stead of announcing the officers in the presence of a select few at the junior-senior prom, the officers were announced in front of the whole student body at an assembly. COMMENCEMENT '63 4 If. 749:44 794461444019 anna DALLAS, TEXAS i ,MAPS vbflffy 'Af' X .6 M ZW M M,f W wfv QM fPy?,f'J fy rp JV Q '54, Nh JLQIQJ I 4,FNAiyw LJ 5, X U 741 PM Ty yy 0 MC loaf A4 5,40 b yy pp if N' 724'-9-49,4 Jag E' ,WIC ani 'LL L J U k 4,15 Q1 We A VD .1 jg, 'xiii QEQD QNN 053559 "Sf Q QLFXX 'gg N9 sie FLKQ W' 04' cf . ,Q Qc . Qifif 5 fb rx ff 'sf ",L A C50 X. , Q A ,gg , ,l jk WN WM W W W Mm K 'd 4 , o X 4206 If W M Q Cav-7 f . 4 0 W if -ow W W f' WJ 9,11 A ' mf MW , V M 1 ' Wm ' " rf ' WWW w ,ff 75 4 Q L A' 195 'M 14 M A I9 M6 W a,,iQ,,,, WMWW 0 WWWWWWWMWW iii igififf W ,WM W y 6? W V Www W wb My ww 31 My 3 - Q? ft 2 -330. Q Mfaiiisfikfifi E QD U h M SW 5 M yd My W1 3 X 1 W L! Q L f if 2 NMWW in j'4Q" Wfjw M DMD 22034- N QM' SQWQ 1 ' ' fi f J' Wy ' ft f gf gf? , io f K 33 2 Q f cg 23 Q THE I 963 DHCEMDKLD ADMINISTRATION CLASSES ORGANIZATIONS FAVORITES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS EDITOR-IN-CHIEF JUDY VARNER ASSISTANT EDITOR SUE GOLLEHON BUSINESS MANAGER RICHARD BAIN ADVISOR MR. HAROLD LEE I Fokewokn Q my k, ,. ., L, ggi V X p , ll, I? ' ig? 7 ' V, k K, N , Aw, A Rf Q11 , iii . 6 il ,':m A N : DEDICATION .f We, the 1962-63 annual staff, proudly and sincerely dedicate the 1963 Pacemaker to you, Mrs. Theresa Reagan. You have proved with your never-ending work "behind the scenes'f that you deserve such an honor. For seven years you have served our school with top level work- and helpful assistance to each student of F.M.H.S. We sincerely appreciate all you have done for us and we humbly dedicate our Pacemaker to you, Mrs. Reagan. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Judy Varner EDITOR Sharon Olson PACEMAKER STAFF ASSISTANT EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER Sue Gollehon Rifhilrd Bain l SPONSOR Mr. Lee ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF S. Berryhill. B. Conley, J. Car- ruth. ACTIVITIES STAFF ROW ONE: S. Becker, S. Olson, J. 1 Wright, Assistant Editor: C. Schaffer. ROW' TWO: L. Weisgerber, J. Hay, I.. Jung. EDITOR Barbara Conley ADVERTISING STAFF: Mar' Granere C. McFarland, D. Funk I I v D. Griffen, A. Schulz, S. Long, J. Hiner- man, J. Leclforcl, K. Bretey. EDITOR I Judy Palmer EDITOR Armin Schultz 4' svibn. ,mil CLASSES STAFF: ROW ONE: E. Foos. G. Rogers, C. Pipho D. Hubert fnssistant editorj. ROW TWO G. Thiel, S. Lebsock, C. Lebsoclc, M. Christen sen. Sue Gollehon EDITOR ORGANIZATIONS STAFF ROW' ONE: J. Bailey, B. Tucker, S. johnson, P. Schlunclt. ROW TWO: D. Lenard, D. Woodburn, Assistant Editor, S. Gunther, K. Martin, S. Whitconib, P. Reagon, E. Kauffman, C. French, S. Baum gnrtner. ATHLETICS STAFF: R. Mowrer, D. Meininger, J. Foos, G Ringo, J. Palmer, K. Comer. EDITOR Carol Pipho FEATURE STAFF ROW' ONE: S. Gollehon, J. Tagge, T. Moerdijat. ROW TWO: M. Patterson, Assistant Editorg A. Prevost. EDITOR Evelyn Kauffman X '. K K E SCEMARJA TOEN MOERDIJAT FOREIGN EXCHANGE STUDENT Toen, who is a Senior at Fort Morgan High School, arrived in our country August 15, 1962, from her home town of Surahaja, Indonesia. She is 19 years of age and has finished her Senior year in Indonesia. Toen is of the Moslem fith. ,X f '91 LU ELLA PM riff, V, if i" ,H K7 uf, XX Y Yywww .fkYfA 4' XZ! Toen is one in a family of seven, which consists of three girls, and two boys. Her two brothers are 25 and 17 years of age. Her two sisters are 17 and 21 years of age. Toen's father is Chief of the accounting department of Surahaja municipal office and her mother is a housewife. Toen is busy with her activities at F.M.H.S. She belongs to UNESCO fO1ympicsj, and GAA. She also is a member of Student Council, and she sings in the school mixed choir. ref VCLVXL 1 ADMINISTRATION The quality of mercy if not Jtrainedg It droppeth, as the genfle rain from heaven Upon the place beneathg iz is twice hlexfd -:- It blessezh him that gives, and him that lakes. SHAKESPEARE TEACHING STAFF INSPIRES STUDENT BODY SUPERINTENDENT'S MESSAGE MR. B. A. KAMNIER Superintendent of Schools It has become exceedingly apparent that the world of tomorrow will be by far more competitive than any previous time in history. A happy life will be greatly dependent upon the quality and amount of training received prior to adulthood. Our local schools have contributed much to the fulfillment of this requirement for happy living . . . Institutions of higher learning, if attended, will also contribute toward this end. Training alone, however, can be only an aid to future success and happiness. What about your innermost feelings? They too tell a story. Are you going to be strong in the face of a challenge? Are you going to pick worthwhile goals? Are you going to choose goals commensurate with your abilities? Are you going to be determined to succeed? If you can give an affirmative answer to these questions, you will be competitive and happiness should be yours. This is our wish for you in the exciting world of tomorrow, The wish that success and happiness comes your way and it will if you reach for it. SCHOOL BOARD Left to right: Mr. Mellinger, Mrs. Osborne, Mrs. Randels, Mr. Neil, Mr. Kammer, Mr. Pumphrey, Mr. Keagoy. PRINCIPAL'S MESSAGE This message is primarily directed to the reader of this annual in the year of 1983-to those who graduated in the year of 1963. Twenty years will have elapsed since your graduation, and this annual is a record of the four years you spent at Fort Morgan High School. Each page is full of reminders, of friends, of moments of great fun and those of great joy. You will probably laugh, or at least chuckle, as you turn these pages and possibly even a tear of remembrance will comet you. fV?5tex'er your reaction is in 1983 it certainly will be one of fond "fin ories, in the main, for you and your high school friends, no Ltnatter how widely separated today, in 1983, have one thing in common f'-you each helped make those years pleasant and rewarding. This book is a book of memories, and after you have dusted it off, sit back and reflect with care and relish each memory. This book is truly de- signed with you and your future in mind-not as a keepsake but as a reminder of school, of youth, and of your relatively carefree days! LOWELL KNIGHT Assistant Principal OFFICE STAFF Left to right Theresa Reagan, Louella Palmer, Mary Malone, Dottie Lorenson. K .4-.I MRS. :ff G7 if in YRS . ' 5 MR, DON MALONE MR. CLAUDE HIGGINS English A.V. A.-Comm. and Mod. Reading--Englnsh IVIISS ETHEI. TURPIN MRS. PAT EVERETT MRS. DIARY DIXON British Lit.-English Gen. Math.-Girls' P.E. En8ll5h uf . . wad, 'I MR. DONALD BARROWS Band ,2 ffhizf ' V . , . MRS. ZELDA SCHROEDER English-Latin I wc X KENNETH JARBOE Choir MR. STAN LAMPE Boys P.E. MR. HOWARD ZOLLNER MR. RICHARD SNYDER Vog. Agri.-Vocation Vocations-Building Trades-Voc. Agri. . . .ix 1 . MRS. SELMA CARRUTH ' ' b AMRSQ ELEANOR PRATT' Girls P.E.-Algebra - Girls P,E. Gen. Math " , ,D,', ln, IU' mf' JJ-.lf ,JV 14 ,Y M FXNY X l - .7 gb ni fx-JCJJJ I lyxfi' MR. ROBERT DATTERI MR. JAMES FOULKS Vocations-Voc. Agri. Counseling MRS. EDITH PEASE Counseling MISS ELIZABETH WORK U.S. History-I.R. NIR. HAROLD PFEIFER NIR. GERALD ANKERFELT World History and Geog. U.S. History-World Affairs Civics MISS OLIVE HAGSTROM MRS. LAVERN MACY Home Ec. II, III, IV Home Ec. I . J Ill .X L, 1. In itil I gif -1xrR.n2g134if5 BRIINIKMEYER ' xviqdd-US History ,Q I Cons. Econ. l I n. -I X v N i :XXV 1 r 'r ' xl' I pr 5 ' -3 K 0 A I fl H' 1' fill ff I I MR. FRANK KERNER Driver Training MR. JOHN CARR World Geog.-Civics Athletic Director A9 MR. DENNIS BENSON Mech. Drawing-Vocations MR. GERALD MARRS MR. LARRY ARP Office Mach.-Typing Typing-Gen. Bus. AU, X .ry-J Ada? ,- f 1' i 4 . X -,QI V' v,f-Lk Mas. JEAN JOHNSON Miss FRANCES SHEPARD 1 - I, ,J 1 A My Librarian Biology-Adv. Science K, ' I 'f " I ik i X9 Ai., ' ig . O W w .f 1 V iv i MR. DUANE DION Bookkeeping MR. HAROLD LEE Art-Counseling MRS. MARGARET MCGRAW English-journalism MR. PAUL HAYES General Math. and Sclence Int. Algebra MR. CLARENCE SANDERS MR. DUANE ANKERMAN Chemistry-Gen. Science Gen. ScienceBiology MRS. CLARA SCHEVE MISS MARIAN DONNELL German-English Latin-Ffenfh MR. RICHARD HALEY Algebra-Geometry MR. JAMES STEED Spanish Adv Math eometry Algeb MR. ROBER LUNDT V F.M.H.s. Boosnsks BUS DRIVERS CUSTODIANS Sid Williams, Bob Cyprian, John Schnegelberger, jerry Joc- .hum. I Q COOKS SCHOOL NURSE Virginia Dolph, Viola Voeller, Rachel Langley, Bessie Skiles, Mary Dill. Mrs. Phyllis Macneal And thu our lzfe, exempt from publzc if Find: tongues in trees, book: in the running e brookf, ASSES Sermons in stones, and good in everything. SHAKESPEARE GARY ALBERT "just because he doesn't talk doesn't mean he hasn't anything to say." FFA 1, 2, 3. MARJORIE ALLEN "Nice to all, great or small." Latin Club lg Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Seventeens 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Recorder 3, 4, Alpha 13 Vaudeville 2. E.. CHARLES BAKER "I'm no angel, but I'm happy" "B" Choir 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2. ROBERT BARNES "I don't know where I'm going, but I'm on my way." Baseball 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4g Track 1. CLARA ALONZO "May the Bell of Happiness always ring for you.' FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 "B" Choir 2. JENNY BAILEY "Have fun, is her motto" GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Cheerleader 2, 3, 4 Seventeens 2, Class Play 3, 4g Pacemaker Staff 1, 2, 4 Student Council 1, Vaucleville 2, Thespians 4, Home coming Queen Candidate 4. 1 U SHARREL BECKER "Nothing is rarer than real goodness." GAA 1, Latin Club 1, 2g Pep Club 3, 43 Seventeens 1, 2, 3, 4, Boardmember 4, UNESCO 3, 43 "B" Ch0i1' 2, Achievement Roll 3g Pacemaker Staff 4, Student Coun- cil 3. DENNIS BELAU "No limits but the sky." Latin Club 1, 2, V.P. 2, Club 3, 4, UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4, Pr. Olympics 3, Council Rep. 33 "B" Choir 2, "A" Choir 3, 4, Morgan High Singers 3, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha 1, 2, 3, Boys State 3, Thespians 4g Class Pr. 1, 4, Student Council 2, 4, Mr. Maroon 4. l JIM BATH "Modern Maverick" FFA 2, 33 Football 1, Tennis 4, Intex-murals 2, 3, 4. SHIRLEY BAUMGARTNER "Stay as sweet as you are." FHA 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, FTA 4, GAA 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3 4, Seventeens 3, 4, Pacemaker Staff 3, 4. RONALD BOHL "He knows the exact, precise moment to say nothing." FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, AVA 4, Safety Squad 4. JANNIFER BOSTRON "And had a face like a blessing." Transfer from Brush, Colo. 4, Pep Club 4g UNESCO 43 Miss Maroon Candidate 4. I9 1 VIC BOSTRON "The mind of each man is the man himself." UNESCO 45 Basketball 2, 3, Track 2, Alpha 2, 33 Boy's State Alternate 3g Thespians 3, 43 Megaphone Staff 4, Intermurals 4, Transfer from Wiggins, Colo. 1. RICHARD BOWLES "A man the school will miss." UNESCO 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 3, Alpha 4: Boy's State 33 Thespians 4, AVA 1, Dramatics 3, Mega- phone Staff 45 Student Council Pr. 4. JERRY CANFIELD "He is not in the role of common men." TERRY CARLOCK "Never do today what you can do tomorrow." FFA lg Basketball 1, Football 1, 3, 4, lntermurals 2, 3, 4. 20 DAVE BROWN "A walking jokebook with a serious chapter." Artisans 33 Track 2, 43 Wrestling 1, 2, 4, AVA 5, 4 Class Play 3, 4. JOHN BUXMAN "Such a good nature one seldom finds." FFA 15 UNESCO 2, 33 "B" Choir 23 "A" Choir 3, 4 Intermurals 2, 3, 4. KAY CLAYTON "If you think she is quiet, you don't know her." Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 "B" Choir 2, 35 Pacemaker 35 Class Play 3, 4. MARY ELLEN COCHRAN "Not too quiet to be boring, not too bold to be annoying." GAA 1, 25 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Seventeens 1, 2, 35 "A" Choir 3, 45 "B" Choir 1, 25 Thespians 4. JOY CHILDERS "No matter what others may be, she will always be herself." Transfer from Delaware, Oklahoma, 4. MAIA CHRISTENSEN "She is a burning and shining light." One Acts 2, Class Play 33 Latin Club 1, 2, Sec. 25 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Seventeens 2, 3, 4, Boardmember 45 UNESCO 1, 2, 3, Sec. Human Relations 3, Pr. 45 Band 1, 25 Alpha 1, 2, 3, 45 National Honor Society 3, 45 Class Treas. 45 Pacemaker Staff 45 Student Council 3, 4, Corresponding Sec. 45 Student Body Sec. Candidate 3. BARBARA CONLEY "She moves as a goddess and looks like a queen." GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, V.P. 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pr. 45 Cheerleader 25 Homecoming Queen 45 Vaudeville 25 Pacemaker Staff 2, 3, 4, Faculty Ed. 45 Stu- dent Council 3, 45 Usher Squad 4. BETH COVELLI "The life of pleasure." Debate 25 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 15 Pep Club 1, 25 Seventeens 25 UNESCO 1, 25 Choir 15 Pacemaker Staff 2. 2l NICKY DAVEY "Good health and good sense are two of life's greatest blessings." "M" Club 4, Basketball 2g Football 1, 2, 3, 4- ERNEST DAVID "To think is to live." Football 1, 23 Wrestling 1, 4, Safety Squad 4. IAMES DICK "Trouble is littleg fun is great." FFA 1, 2, 3, AVA 4. SHARON DOBNER "The art of silence is as great as that of speech." GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 3, 43 Alpha 1. 22 DONA DAVIS "Moderation, the noblest gift of heaven." FFA 1, 2, 5, 45 GAA 1, 2g Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, FHA Parliamentarian 5, Treas. 4. HAROLD DAVIS "Life is ten percent what you make it and ninety per- cent how you take it." JO FOOS "She raises your spirits from low to high." GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club lg Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4: Seventeens 2, UNESCO 2, 3, 4g Thespians 4, Pacemaker Staff 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Usher Squad 3, 4g One Acts 23 Class Play 4, Vaudeville 2. MICHAEL FOSTER "Is it really worthwhile." LORIE DOTY "Has a shining outlook on the world." FHA lg Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Seventeens 1, 2, 3, 4. MARTIN ENGLISH "Knowledge is power." Latin Club 1, 2, Treas. 2, "M" Club 4g UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4, Council Rep. Olympics 3, "A" Choir 33 "B" Choir 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 33 Football lg Alpha 2, 3, 43 Thespians 4, Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Vp. 4, UNESCO Council, Mr. Maroon Candidate 4. ' ,' ff,-,.,,,, ,, . .ft . ,H V A A. f L YVONNE FRITZ "A1I my interests are in Bob." Pep Club 2. EUGENE GOLDSWORTH "Life is to be lived." Aviation Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball 13 Football 1, 2 3, 45 Track 1, 2. SUE GOLLEHON "Neat and sweet and hard to beat." GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Seventeens 1, 2, 5, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, "B" Choir 13 Pacemaker 2, 3, 4, Asst. Ed. 4, One Acts 15 Vaudeville 2. KENNETH GOODMAN ?Be civil .to allg sociable to many, familiar with ew." Basketball 1, 2, 53 Football 13 Track 1, 2, Transfer from Marysville, Kansas 3. STANLEY GREEN "A carefree heart." FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 3, 4, Football 33 AVA 4g Safety Squad 3, 4. I JEAN GRIFFITH "Deep in the heart of Texas." Transfer from Munday, Texas 2g "M" Club 3. 43 Foot- ball 5, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 52 Safety Squad 4. 24 KASANDRA GORDON "Diligence is the mother of good fortune." FTA 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, "A" Choir 5, 4, "B" Choir 1, 23 Sweet Sixteens 2, Thespians 4. RUTHANNE GRAVEEL "A good time now is worth two in the future." GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Seventeens 2, "A" Choir 5g "B" Choir 1, 2. JACK HAZLIP "Silence is the safest course for any man." JAMES HEASLER SHIRLEY GUNTHER "Content is more than a kingdom." FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Tr. 3, Parliamentarian 43 GAA 1 FTA 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 "B" Choir 2, 3, Thespians 4 One Acts 25 Class Play 3, 4, Megaphone Staff 43 Pace maker Staff 4. DON HALE "No one knew him but to like him." "M" Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4g Bas ketball 2, Wfrestling 1, Intermurals 3, 4. "If at first you don't succeed bluff and bluff again." "B" Choir 25 Football 1, 2g Golf 1. l J si",- A I nee'-'jx xt 29 DUANE HERGENRETER "The best conversationalists know when to be still. FFA 1, 2, 5, 4. DAVE HERNANDEZ "Happy am Ig from care set free." 25 JUDY HINERMAN "W'orth is not measured in inches." FTA 4, Pep Club 5, 4, Band 1, 2, 5, 4, Council 4s Pep Band 5, 4, Show Band 43 Pacemaker Staff 4. SANDRA HOFFMAN "Active natures are seldom melancholy." Seventeens 1, 2, Latin Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Roll Recorder 4, UNESCO 1, 2, 5, 43 UNESCO Council 5, 4, Prs. 4, "B" Choir 1, 2, "A" Choir 3, 43 Morgan High Singers 5, 4, Sweet Sixteens 2, Alpha 1, 2, 5, 4, Girl's State 53 National Honof Society 5, 4, All State Choir 5, Student Body Pres. Candidate 5g Class Tr. 23 Megaphone Editor 4, Pacemaker Staff 5g Student Council 1, 2, 5, 4, Exe. Council 5, 4, Sweetheart Queen 53 Miss Maroon Candidate 4. DOUG HOUGH "His chief delight in life . . . Cars." FFA 1, 23 Wrestling 1, 2, 4. W Y NDON HURLOCK "Such good men are scarce." FFA 1, 2, 5, 4, Hi-Y 2, "M" Club 2, 3, 4g Football 1, 2, 3, 41 Track 1, 2, 5, 4g Intermurals 45 Safety Squad 4g Mr. Maroon Candidate 4. 26 i 1 l SHARON HOFFMAN "She does little kindnesses which most of us would leave undone." Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Seventeens 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 5, President 4, Alpha 1, 2, Achievement Roll 3, 4, National Honor Society 5, 4, Class V. Pres. 1, 25 Student Council 1, 2, 5, 4, Sec. 4, Class Day Attendant 1, 2, FFA Trophy Girl 5. MARY HOLGUIN "Little not loudg pretty not proud." GAA 1, 2, 5, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Seventeens 1. 11 RONNIE JOHNSON "A true downright honest man." FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, XVrestling 3, 4. FELIX JUAREZ "A laughing soul shines forth." "M" Club 3, 4, Vocations 1, 2, 3, "B" Choir 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 5, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Track 1, Safety Squad 5, 4. LUPE JIMINEZ "There is also a sure reward for silence." .IANICE JOHNSON "A friend to all." GAA 1: 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Usher Squad 4. LINDA JUNG "Virtue is the truest nobility." Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 3, 4, "B" Choir 1, 2, "A" Choir 3, 4, Morgan High Singers Alt. 4, Sweet Sixteens 2, Achievement Roll 4, Pacemaker staff 3, 4. EVELYN KAUFFMAN "Makes the darkest day seem fair." FTA Tr. 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Seventeens 1, 2, 3, UNESCO 3, 4, "B" Choir 1, 2, "A" Choir 3, 4, Sweet Sixteens 2, Thespians 3, 4, Pres. 4, Pacemaker Staff 2, 3, 4, Organization Ed. 4, Usher Squad 3, One Acts 1, 2, Class Play 4, Vaudeville 2. 27 F RICHARD KETTERING "Blessed is the man who invented sleep." Football 1, 23 Track 1, 2. SHARON KITTERMAN "What makes a happy life." GAA 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 1, 25 Seventeens 1, 2. ANITA LEBSOCK "Fun incorporated." Debate 2g FTA 3. 4g GAA 15 Pep Club 1, 21 UNESCO 2, 3, 45 Seventeens 2, 3, 45 Thespians 3, 4g One Acts 1, 23 Class Play 3g Pacemaker 2, 35 Vaudeville 2. RAY LEBSOCK ' "I shall not live in vain." FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. 28 BILL KRUGER "The carefree are happy souls." BILL LANE "Who can tell just what he thinks." Latin Club lg Golf 35 AVA 3g Safety Squad 3 PATTY LEWIS " 'Tis a friendly heart that always has plenty of friends." Transfer from Arapahoe, Nebraska 2, Hi-Y 2, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 4, "A" Choir 3, 4, Sec. 43 "B" Choir 2, Sweet Sixteens 2, Alpha 2, 3, Megaphone Staff 4g Student Council 3, 4, Miss Maroon Candidate 4. SANDY LINKER "An adventurous blond." GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 FTA 4, Latin Club 1, 2, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 1, 4, Band 2g Usher Squad 4. SHARON LEBSOCK "A nicer and sweeter girl, you'll have a. hard time finding." Latin Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Seventeens 1, 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 5, 4, UNESCO Council Sec. 45 Alpha 1, 2, 3, Achievement Roll 43 Class Sec. 1, 2, 4, Pace- maker Staff 4g Student Council 2, 4, FFA Trophy Girl 2, Student Body Sec. Candidate 33 Class Day Attendant 3. HOWARD LEWIS "The strength of twenty men." Aviation 9: "M" 3, 45 "B" Choir 2, "A" Choir 35 Football 1, 2, 4, Track 23 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 43 AVA 35 Safety Squad 2, 3, 4. JOANN LEEDY "A soft voice is an excellent thing in a woman." FHA 3: Pep Club 1. JUDY LINGLE "Let's have a good time, girlsg we'll soon be oId." FTA 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Seventeens 1, 2, 3, 43 UNESCO 4, "B" Choir 1, 2, 3, "A" Choir 4, Megaphone Staff 43 Vaudeville 2. 29 GARY LITTLEFIELD "Behold the man." "M" Club 2, 5, 4, Pr. 45 Basketball 1, 2g Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track lg Mr. Maroon Candidate 4. MARILYN LOOSE "You can never tell." GAA 1, 2, 55 Latin Club lg Pep Club 1, 23 UNESCO 1, 2, Seventeens 1, 23 One Acts 2g Pacemaker Staff 2. DEAN MANTEY "Don't look my way, I'm bashfulf' SHIRLEY MARGRITZ "The speech of silence." FHA '15 GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2. 30 SHARON LOOSE "You can't judge her by her actions." Pep Club 1, 2, Seventeens 2, 53 "B" Choir 2, 5 DON LUHRS "Show me the way." FFA 1, 2, 5, AVA 43 Safety Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. NOT ...ls snown bl . ,V I ,J x:5 1 DIANE MCCLOUD "The life of pleasure." FHA 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 1, Pep Club 1, 2g Seventeens 1, 2, 3. DEBORAH MEININGER "Be great in act as you have been in thought." FTA 4, GAA 1, 2, 5, 4, Latin Club 1, 5, 4, sec. ag Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 23 Alpha 1, 23 Thespians 3, 4g Class Play 3, 4, Pacemaker Staff 3, 43 Usher Squad 3, 45 Miss Maroon 4: Student Body Pres. Candidate 33 Home- coming Queen Candidate 4. JOYCE MATHIS "She's never satisfield with less than her best." GAA 1, 2, 3g Latin Club 1, 2, 4, Sec. 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 44 UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 45 UNESCO Council 2, 3, 4, V.P. 3, 49 "B" Choir 1, 2, "A" Choir 3, 4g Twirler 3, fig Alpha 1, 2, 3, 43 Girl's Alt. 3, National Honor Society 3, 4g Achievement Roll 4, Class Play 33 Mega' phone Staff 43 Pacemaker Staff 23 Student Council 2, 3, 4. PHYLLIS MAYFIELD "I am the mistress of my soul." GAA 3, 4, "B" Choir 2, 3, 4. LARRY MESE "If study were the cause of death I would live forever." Safety Squad 1, 2, 3, 4. CARL MIOCAP "Hitch your wagon to a star." FFA 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 1, 2, 3. 3I SHARON MILLSAP "Patience is the companion of wisdom." Transfer from Great Bend, Kansas 25 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4, "B" Choir 2. DAN MOELLER "I shall not pass this way again." SHARON MOORE "Don't fence me in." FHA 33 Seventeens 23 "B" Choir 2, 3. SHARON MOORE "She comes, says nothing, then goes." Transfer from Trinidad, Colo. 4. 32 TOEN MOERDUAT "She lives in peace with all mankind." Exchange Student from Indonesia 4, GAA 4, Pep Club 4, UNESCO 43 "B" Choir 4. CAROL MOORE "A quiet tongue shows a wise head." FHA 2, 35 FTA 3, 4, Pr. 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4g "B" Choir 2g "A" Choir 3, 45 Morgan High Singers 41 Sweet Sixteens 2, State Choir 4. DAN NEB "A closed mouth catches no flies." FFA 1, 2, 3. RICHARD NEUMANN "A quiet man but quite a man." Basketball 1, 2, 33 Golf 1, 2. BERNARD MORSE QBUDJ "A truer gentleman one seldom finds." Baseball 1, Basketball 1, 4, Football lg Thespians 45 Class Play 4g Transfer to Aviano, Italy 3, 4. DAVID MUSGRAVE "I'll steal through the world in my own quiet Way." FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 1. SHARON OLSON "Rich in good works." Latin 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Seventeens 1, 2, 3, 43 "B" Choir 1, 25 "A" Choir 3, 43 Morgan High Singers 4g Sweet Sixteens 23 All-State Choir 43 Alpha 1, 2, 5: Girls' State 33 Thespians 5, 4g Achievement Roll 43 Stu- dent Body Secretary Candidate 33 One-Act Plays 1, 2, 33 Class Play 3, 43 Pacemaker Staff 3, 4, Activities Editor 43 Student Council 2. CHARLES OSBORN "Good nature and good sense must ever join." FFA 1, 23 "M" Club 4g Track 2, 3. 33 JUDY PALMER "A pleasant smile adds to her charm." GAA 1, 2, 5, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Seventeens 2, 33 UNESCO 2, 3, 43 Thespians 43 Pacemaker Staff 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor 43 Student Council 13 Class Play 43 Achievement Roll 43 Vaudeville 2. FLORENCE PATTEN "She that hath patience may surpass anything." GAA 1, 2, 33 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 "B" Choir 3. NORMA PEARCE "Bom for success she seems-with grace to win a heart to hold." Exchange Student from Australia 3, 43 Pep Club 3, 43 UNESCO 43 Alpha 33 Megaphone Staff 43 Student Coun- cil 4. CAROL PIPHO "Efficiency plus cheerfulness is her motto." GAA 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4, UNESCO Council 43 "B" Choir 1, 23 "A" Choir 5, 43 Sweet Sixteens 1, 23 Morgan High Singer Alternate 43 Achievement Roll 43 Class Play 3, 43 Pace- maker Staff 3, 4, Classes Editor 4. 34 JAMES PATTEN "Was e'er a man so quiet and yet so active." Latin Club 1, 23 UNESCO 1, 2, 43 AVA 1, 2, 33 Play 3, 43 Safety Squad 43 Student Council 4. MIKE PAULS "Don't let yesterday use too much of today.' Aviation 1, 23 Football 33 Track 43 Wrestling 4 Class KATHY PREISENDORF "A little body often harbors a great soul." GAA 1, 2, 3, 4g Latin 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheer- leader 4, Alternate 33 Miss Maroon Candidate 4. ANN ETTE PREVOST "She adds a precious seeing to the eye." GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3, Latin 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2 3, 4, Sec. 4g UNESCO 2, 4, UNESCO Couneil 4, Seven: teens 23 Class Play 4, Twirler 3, 4' Thes ians 3 4 V. ' y P s 1 Pres. 45 Achievement Roll 3, 4, Pacemaker staff 3, 4 Student Council 2, 3, 43 Track Queen Candidate 1, 2, 3 Vaudeville 2. Student Body Sec. Cand. 39 Homecoming Queen Candi- date 4g Miss Maroon Candidate 43 One Acts 1, 2' DALE POE "A promising candidate for the bachelor quarters." Artisans 3, 4, V. Pres. 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, AVA 3, 4. TERRY PRATHER "Full of fun and mischief too." Wrestling 1, 2. PHYLLIS PRICE "So innocent in exuberant happiness." FHA 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Seventeens 1, 2, 3, 4g "B" Choir 2, 3. CONNIE RANDELS "Connie smiled and the whole world was gay." FHA 23 GAA 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Seventeens 1, 2, 3. 35 JUDY RASMUSSEN "Wfhose little body lodg'd a mighty mind." FHA 1, Z, 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 4g Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Seventeens 3, 4g Alpha 1, 25 Achievement Roll 3, 4. GWEN ROGERS "She always leaves you with a smile." Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Seventeens 1, 2g "B" Choir 2, 3: "A" Choir 41 Pacemaker Staff 2, 3, 4. JEANNE SCHENEMAN "A good action is never lost." GAA 2, 3. 4g Pep Club 1. RICHARD SCHLOTHAUER "He who thinks for himself is a free man." Latin 1, 2g UNESCO 4, Treas. Olympics 45 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Tennis 31 Alpha 1. 2, 3, 4, Thespians 4, 36 ROBERT RUPPEL "Character is higher than intellect." FFA 1, 2, 3, Treas. 35 AVA 4g Class Sec. 3. CHARLENE SCHAFFER "Gratitude is the sign of noble souls." Transfer from Gering, Neb. 3g Pep Club 3, 43 Achieve ment Roll 4, Pacemaker Staff 4. IN, .f ,TJ -.- . v . 'offs 2,5 . DON SCHULTZ "If having fun were a crime, he would be serving a life sentence." UNESCO 1, 25 Football 1, 35 Track 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2 3 Megaphone Staff 4. CATHY SELL "While days are young and careless hearted." FHA 2, GAA 1, 2, 5, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Seventeens 1, 2. LARRY SCHOTT "The gift of deep dark silencesf' FFA 1, 2, 53 Safety Squad 4. SARA SCHROEDER "They are only truly great who are truly good." FTA 4, Sec. 4g GAA lg Latin 1, 2g Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 45 UNESCO 1, 2, 5, 4, H.R. Sec. 4, UNESCO Council 3, Sec. 55 "A" Choir 53 "B" Choir 1, 23 Sweet Sixteens 1, 2g Alpha 2, 53 Girl's State 43 Thespians 49 Class Pres. 2, Class Treas. 53 Student Council 1, 2, 5, 4, Executive Council 2, 5. JOHN SHIPPEY "Never kill my joy." Aviation lg Latin 1, 23 UNESCO 1, 2, 43 "A" Choir 5, 4, Baseball 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3: Golf 4, Tennis 5, 43 Pacemaker Staff 5Q Safety Squad 4, Student Council 3. CARL SMITH "Sing away sorrow, cast away care." Aviation 1, "B" Choir 1, 2g "A" Choir 5, 4, V. Pres. 4g Morgan High Singers 4, Golf 2, 5, 43 Thespians 43 Megaphone Staff 45 Safety Squad 4, Stage Technician 5, 4. 37 JIM SMITH "There is no policy like politeness." Latin 1, 2: "M" Club 5, 4, V. Pres. 45 UNESCO, Olympics V. Pres. 3, 4, Baseball 2, 5, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 5, 4g Track 1, AVA 13 Sweetheart King 2, 3: Homecoming Attendant 4. JOHN TAGGE "He who is good is happy." "M" Club 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 5, 4g Track 1, 2, 5, 4, Safety Squad 4. LINDA THOMAS "Sister of the Angels." FHA 1g Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. WILBUR THOMAS "For he who is honest is noble." FFA 1, 2, 5. 38 GERRY THIEL "His looks are true, his words are few." "M" Club 45 Artisans 3, 4, Pres. 4, Baseball 3, 4g Bas ketball 2, Golf 1, 2. GLORIA THIEL "Great persons are able to do great kindnessesf' GAA 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4g "B" Choir 25 Pace- maker Staff 2, 3, 4. PAT TROUDT "Ever the same." FHA 3, 45 GAA 35 Pep Club 1, 2. RUBEN TRUJILLO "Only actions give life its strength." AVA 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Track 2. BILL TIEMAN "It may take 95 in the class room, but I do pretty well with a 70 on the golf course." Class Flay 3, 45 Latin 1, 25 UNESCO 3, 45 "B" Chgif 1, 25 A Choir 35 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Golf 1, 2, 5, 45 Alpha 2, 3, 45 Thespians 45 Student Council 1, 2, 5. GILBERT TORREZ " . . . and be a friend to man." Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 25 AVA 3, 4. A JUDY VARNER "The world belongs to the energetic." GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 35 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Head 45 Tri-Hi-Y 25 UNESCO 2, 4, Pres. I.R. 45 Seventeens 1, 2, 35 Alpha 2, 3, 45 Girls' State Altr. 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 One Acts 25 Pacemaker Staff 2, 3, 4, Staff Ed. 3, Ed.-in-Chief 45 Student Council 3, 45 Homecoming Queen Candidate 45 UNESCO Council 45 Candidate Student Body Treas. 3. JIM WACKER "Take time for all things." FFA 1, 25 Football 35 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 39 DAVE WALKER "If absence makes the heart grow fonder, let's quit school." "B" Choir 2, "A" Choir 3, 4, Morgan High Singers 3: Safety Squad 3. SHARON WATERMAN "Goodness is silent." Transfer from Sterling, Colo. 4. CHARLES WHITE "Never let your studies interfere with your high school education." Aviation 1, 2g UNESCO 1, AVA 1, 4, Baseball 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 2g Safety Squad 3. GARY WHITTENBURG "He makes sweet music." Latin 1, 2, "M" Club 4, UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4, "B" Choir 15 "A" Choir 2, 3, 4, Pres. 43 Morgan High Singers 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3. 40 l LEO WEBER "In whose face is honor, truth, and loyalty." FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4g Wrestling 2, Boys' State 3: Class V. Pres. 3, Student Council 1, 33 Mr. Maroon Candidate 4. ROBERT WEIMER "He is declared true of word." Aviation lg FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Chapter Farmer 2, 3, Farm Safety Award 33 "A" Choir 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 33 AVA 1, 2, 3. CAROL WOZNEY "There is majesty in simplicity." GAA lg Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Seventeens 1, 2, 3, 49 "B" Choir 25 "A" Choir 3, 43 Sweet Sixteens 2. LINDA YAGER "The sun shines red when it shines on her head." FHA 1, 23 FTA 43 Latin 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 UNESCO 3, 4, Seventeens 3, Thespians 43 Class Play 4. CHARLOTTE WITHEM "When life is a carefree dream." GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3. PATRICIA WORK "A quiet girl, making her own path." GAA 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD YEAROUS "I consider the best part of an education living in the country." FFA 1, 2, 33 Student Council 1, 2, UNESCO 4, Olympics Pres. 4, Class Pres. 3, Class V. Pres. 45 Mr. Maroon Candidate 4. RICHARD ZARBOCK "All will come to those who wait." AVA 3, 4. 4l SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President Vice-President DENNIS BELAU DICK YEAROUS Seffflfify Treasurer SHARON LE BSOCK MAIA CHRISTEN SEN SENIOR CLASS SPONSORS ROW 1: Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Snyder. ROW 2: Mrs. McGraw, Mr. Steed ROW 5: Mr. Ankerfelt, Mr, Zollner. ROW 4: Mr. Dion, Mr. Datteri, Mr Knight. NKXQX mx ' X Q Q M AX XXXN XXX X XXX X X W ww'-MNN X XXX X Wm I :sl X x wgmk x srsisi X .S 3,3 KM NQSXXQXRYX x X 521 "N Nz. 'ti SXXQVXXX S Q X XP"-me .' , X N XX Xjgggq M Q X X 2 Q wgfw X ge W N XWQI xx Q wxx X QNX ,sg QQ? fix X, ,,,. vw w.,,:vX, ,ww . mga X x X F, x X A XX N dk QXQX gggxx XX x wx ,X Ng X X Q- X WOX gg XXX N A X X N'-. X, ,..L , 91 Xto be to the fun Though S X uxiyvxw Ng QANQXQ xx SX, 'XXX,X NX X. xx-we x Xwx X Q x N x w v- 4. wx ? if Q XM if X-wXXXwXiwgX mm X Nm NQYOKSXXSS X 5ffi is wqygxa , Zwgwxix X X X XX Q ,Xa x X XX SX xaw. , ff xkgx QXXX wx sg X N X XQYM wxxxgxc Jxx QVSSLIX X wf ' x, SX Q CX FQMQXS4 9? Wi? X M' fx ' Now JUNIOR CLASS FRONT ROW: V. jones, J. Wiley, G. Reneau, A. Torrez, M. jaurique, C. Spicer, J. Lovenburg, M. Tuck, S. Ford, N. Alonzo, S. Baker. SECOND ROW: D. Steffen, M. Powers, E. Foos, S. Stinnette, C. Vfeimer, P. Grosholz, D. Woodburn, K. Timmons, J. Stewart, V. Murphy. THIRD ROW: C. Bratrsovsky, E. Cheever, F. Hart, G. Nation, B. Nichols, J. Carter, M. Foster, M. Stark, R. Eicher, B. Clapp. FOURTH ROW: R. Sailsbery, J. Traylor, S. Sailsbery, G. Haffke, D. Hein, D. Luke, D. Bird, D. Brandt, G. Yearous, R. Lauck. FRONT ROW: R. jones, C. Henson, M. Schantz, R. Michael, 1, Campbell. D. Blake, J. Waln, K. Stroh, S. Yearous, K. Mese, R. Bratrsovsky. SECOND RONW: R. Rodarte, J. Flores, S. Juarez, j. Granere, D. Meyer, G. Loose, J. Gies, D. Poe, M. A, Gronstal, THIRD ROXV: R. Bauer, R. Campbell, J. Hamilton, D. Gettman, J. Conklin, P. Carlson, R, Tennant, R. Pease, H. Smith, F. Searle. FOURTH ROW: R. Moore, R. Braden, J. Winchestor, L. Lenhardt, D. Franks, R. Bennett, R. Watkins, V. Earnshaw, J. Kauffman, M. Robison. 44 Eg Q if if W, if k 35355 Q , 1SlEi"f.Whf3g'3' :Q - W N .351 we. NQQWQHHHP "S'f4Wx15'Se jr p..'j,.A Km W v in Hn Y 3 ' 'Y N2 v , if Q 33? 6 55 2. M Y 4,11-Eli. wi is i 6 1721 bv mi 'Y X QF ' w 3259 if I it .: .w y, 'x g V .1 ,ga sa sf Q at 2 ' 5 A x X ' 5 f x, El? SX ii ' Q Qlwgg K' W QMAM E ,, Q Q 4 .,..,..A., Q . A8 .. Q N J' W if im , x .. V 45 fx . Q I M g A 5 ff Tx W 4 .S Sv W " ,E . if SE Y' X X is T as iv X ,wb Q + :W Q ? ik iw x a we S5 W it S' 11 is sf 3, SH V3 gf ' -' 'xxyk C Q .Q L E,-A Xigif Q K , ,lf Y , E k M LEFTY'-5 if Q RN L X35 . S . m - 5 P - , 4 Q KS, Pfexidenl Larry Lenharclt Vita-Prexidwlt Terry Vaughn Secrelary Diana Poe i Tfearurer JUNIOR CLASS SPONSORS: FIRST ROW: Mr. Kemer, Mrs. Schroeder, Mr. Haley. SEC- OND ROW: Mr. Lee, Mr. Lundt, Mr. Arp, Mr. Benson. The activities of the Junior Class are probably some of the most important of the school. They are in charge of the Junior-Senior Prom and the con- cession stand during basketball and wrestling season. They also sponsor a car wash to help pay for some of their activities. Mary Alice Gronstal FIRST ROW? L. Moore, E. Ruppel, B. Bever, V. Kirk, B. Moeller, V. Grothe, R. Dickmnn, S. Lapp, L. Townsend. SECOND ROW: V. Powell, J. Hained, S. Bailey, C. Hubbell, M. Schaffer, D. Griffin, K. Bretry, S. Long, J. Ledford. THIRD ROW: J, I-Iarned, G. Forbes, D. Michols, F. Golgart, H. Beam, A. Crisp, V. Lam, J. Yancey. FOURTH ROVU: T. Green, D. Lebsock, D. Fritzler, J. Littlefield, D. Cappel, R. Wfhite, O. Young, R. Rogers, G. XVillis, R. Penfold. 46 ROW 1: K. Longnecker, P. Schlundt, J. jewett, J. Lovenburg, P, Bryant, V. johnson, C. Mantey, H. Alonzo, J. Pickett, D. Funk, L. Popp P. McCorkle, R. Schmidlap. ROW 2: M. Anderson, P. Brown, S. Wells, J. Carruth, S. Johnson, M. Patterson, M. Borchardt, M. Huey C. Bath, J. Katzenbarger, E. Yearous, D. Tibbetts, B. Tucker. ROW 3: S. Uhrich, L. Weimer, J. Duncan, T. Price, S. Grimes, R. Edwards A. Wileyf, J. Randels, T. Perkins, F. Anderson, R. Cheney, L. Nelson. ROW 4: V, McTaggart, T. Frasco, E. DeLong, C. Fonseca, K Thompson, J. Saver, B. Staley, S. Holmes, R. Anderson, R. Kelim, E. Blecha. ROW 1: P. Reagan, A. Senseney, V. Ruder, C, Hergenreter, C. Bickens, R. Work, N. Lockhart, W. Nestor, C. Southard, J. Davey, P. Hodges, B, Brown, I.. Morrison. ROW 2: P. Zion, M. Hall, B. Reagan, C. Neal, N. Keagy, C. Lebsock, C. Vondy, A. Campbell, A. Williams, G. Yearous, N. Johnson, V. McFarland, C. Purvis. ROW 3: A. Read, K. Murrow, F. Evans, J. Schott, P. Meininger, M. Achziger, D. Wagner, G. White, B. Baumgartner, C. Baltazar, L. Columbia, C. Cowen. ROW 4: R. Webster, L. Wolfe, D. Pocock, R. Darby, D. Lutz, J. Gowing, K. Riddle, J. Moore, V. Goetz, W. Pichers, R. Patten, A. Spotts. SOPHOMORE CLASS ROW 1: L. Lawther, J. Spadi, N, Howerter, B. Ponce, G. Schott, P. Burkhart, A. Hinkle, S. DeSamber, S. Loose, J. Binger, S. Albert, K. Wacker, B. Snydal. ROW' 2: C. Gumaer, M. Mackey, C. Knauff, J. England, C. Penfold, K. Owl, J. Juarez, J. Fagg, J. Hanson, L. Hawkins, S. Sell, V. Dodge, J. Smith. ROW 3: J. Reinhart, M. Padilla, R. Lebsock, S. Rosener, T. Hutton, M. Karbach, A. Cooper, B. Macneal, T. Sek, R. Weimer, P. Carter, M. Christensen. ROW 4: J. Hancock, J. Conley, R. Bristol, R. Welch, D. Welch, S. Highfield, J. Shepperd, S. Crabill, K. Wales, F. Ehernberger, B. Miller. -1 ROW 1: L. Harriger, C. Dixon, S. Herbst, E. Pipho, D. Schnegelberger, C. Pennington, C. Thompson, P. Washburn, L. Carlock, P. Doughty, D. Rucker, S. Ingmire, K. Kloberdanz. ROW 2: J. Foxhoven, M. Granere, S. Presnall, F. Simmons, J. Henness, K. Self, L, Drake, C. Kembell, S. Bostron, V. Harned, J. Mark, J. Sword. ROW 3: D. Schauermann, G. Pumphrey, M. Nevin, G. Ringo, J. Pumphrey, J. Schroeder, G. Rickey, G. Zwetzig, A. Schlothauer, W. Pratt, D. Schantz, D. Malone. ROW 4: A. Graham, L, Hunt, S. Ellegood, T. Shelton, R. McCracken, D. Bailey, G. Moeller, F. Wohlford, D. Mesmer, R. Stark, K. Waln. SOPHOMORE CLASS ROW 1: K. Lind, S. Neb, B. Kembel, M. Paul, R. Denny, C. McFarland, K. Gordon, V. McCorkle, M. Lessley, L. Krien D Jamison, F. Osborne, D. Hubert. ROW 2: L. Yearous, D. Covelli, M. Chilson, S. Weimer, F. Mendoza, P. Sanchez, M. Truyillo S. Mayo, M. Aruio, K. Wright, C. Travis, N. McCorkle. ROW 3: J. Sagel, B. Plumley, A. Weitzel, P. McGraw, J. Ott L Christensen, M. Cyprian, M. Schneider, B. Younkin, S, Warren, B. Zollner. ROW 4: J. Hay, D. Bookhout, P. Hoagland L Bauer, J. Weimer, G. Kronlcow, R. Diaz, L. Lujan, K. Kost, J. Brandt. Prerident Mike Cyprian Vice-Pres. John Ott Secretary Connie Neal Trearurer Carol Lebsock The Sophomore Class sponsors the highlight of Sadie Hawkins week, the Soc Hop. Their other activities include sewing for the "prom" and decorat- ing the stage for Baccalaureate. Sophomore Class Sponsors: Mr. Marrs, Mr. Brinkmeyer. FRONT ROXW: B. Morris, S. Pennington, D. Marick, J. Williams, Y. Taylor, P. Moeller, L. Hayes, S. Whitcomb, K. Work, S. Chap- man, S. Sullivan, L, Midcap, E. Poitz. SECOND ROW: C. Chaney, L. Shimmin, K. Riley, D. Kruger, D. Dick, B. Lenharclt, J. Nolting, K. Perizzolo. B. Johson. C. Schwindt, G. Duran, B. Bringelson, J. Bath. THIRD ROW: J. Michael, K. Meininger, D, Midcap, L. Miller, D. Butterfield, T. Goodman, L, Forbes, G. Tiedgen, P. Tatton, G. Osborn, R. Sailsbery, A. Ott. FOURTH ROW: M. McDaniels, C. Vannest, M. Murphy. L. Heins. G. Nelson, C. Vannest, G. XX'ood, B. Ferguson. D. Hoffman, M. Patten, J. Weimer, R. Gibson. FRESHMAN CLASS FRONT ROXV: L. Boone, G. XXf'eitzel, K. Palasty, A. Schaffer, L. Schantz, T. Babcock, J. Wickham, B. Keagy, B. Braden, F. Greene, J. Contreras, R. Jauriqui. M. Gallegas. SECOND ROXV: L. Roberts, J. Shea, K. Kosman, B. Jenkins, T. Juarez, H. Northup, G. Holzwarth, B. Kato, S. Zimmerman, J, Yager. M. Ponce, T. McNierney, S. Stark. THIRD ROXV: H. Berryhill, C. Smith, E. Bottoms, J. Hale, G. Alexander. K. Coffin. B. Dorn, D. Baumgartner, J. Bratrsovsky, R. DeFruiter, L. Dodge, M. Eastman. FOURTH ROW: D. Henderson, J. Stewart, T. Montel, R. Carnahan, D, Bristol, R. Brooks, J. Hartman, B. Thiel, N. Best, R. Christensen, J. Meininger, D. McReynolds. 50 S- . -af ig.. T N. if Q 'F if i M ,115 M , 2? M" W' ff f 'Q A 1', A , , fffl , v Z ,Z , W ZW , Y M A In, 0 fx 3 11 ' , Www! Q , f 4 f 1, ' 3 f Q. M , , , W fzfegfgf 22 if L, ,, 1 . - ., ,M Q 1 ' Q 'if 'S 15 W-N Jim, Wk Q EE! 'w if .QS 5, .L . M.. X 'x RS Q f s If ,--- Qsggj-'-" --Xe, ., Fx- 3 M3 xg rw aw 'if - . -I- -.li gk QYQKQS, Q: MMR: S' L ..-, ik X QE XE W ik ..,, Q Q? QF V 'Li fn. .. 1q..i XS :A Xi 5 W. 1 FRONT ROW: T, Ponce, G. Johnson, B. Vililson, R. Kirk, D. Gammel, D. Stark, B. Redman, J. Williams, L. Ruibal. SECOND ROW: T. Martinez, J. Olvera, J. Kilburn, B. Billings, B. XX"eislaupl, G. Dulebohn, D. Fox, B. Dyer. THIRD ROW: R. Torrez, S. Jaurique, K. Walker, C, Robinson, D. Musgrave, R. Nichols, M. Carver, D. McCracken. FOURTH ROW: I. Araujo, T. Benitez, B. Dyer, D. Daniels, B. Calkins, D. Urban, R. Cooper, J. Henson. Prefident John Meininger The new freshman at FMHS spent the first 6 weeks of school in orientation, one could easily be recognized by his green beanie. Homeroom was carried on during a continuous 6 weeks period with special talks, panels, and demonstrations. Included in the activities was F the Freshman party. Vice-President Jody Wickham , ep S ,L V Freshman class sponsors: Mr. Carr and Mr. Pheifer. 4 1 Sefrfl-10' Karen Martin .--: 5- ai F ff-iii: 51533 s X -in . Tff-1-f"ff' sg, Ron Carnahan I I :T E 52 S 1 5 S 'f - -- 2-if Af H+- - fm BODY PRESIDENT Richard Bowles STUDENT COUNCIL y STUDENT BODY VICE-PRESIDENT Martin English Popcorn committee in action. STUDENT BODY SECRETARY Sharon Hoffman Student Council sponsors many activities each year for the benefit of the student body. Some of these were the halloween dance, the Christmas party, operating the P.X., selling popcorn for all home athletic events and presenting the all school show "Sagebrush Saga." Since leadership is a prime consideration of Coun- cil, two separate leadership conferences were held- one in Estes Park before fall term began and one for the organization officers in the month of Novem- ber. STUDENT BODY TREASURER jerry Schlothauer ROW ONE: D. Belau, S. Lebsock, M. Christensen, M. English. B. Conley. S. Schroeder, R. Bowles, J. Varner. S. Hoffman. A. Prevost, P. Lewis, J. Schlothauer. ROV? TWO: R. Bain, D. Bath. R. Mowrer, T. Vaughn, J. Conklin, J. Berryhill, P. Grosholz C. W'eimer, J. Lind, M. Gronstal. ROW' THREE: M. Cyprian. A. Wfeitzel, J. Sagel, J. Ott, 'M. Hall, C. Bath,.M. Huey, Ni Kengy. C. Lebsock. ROW FOUR: Mr. Foulks, B. Calkins, J. Meininger, L. Lauck, S. Harris, L. English, J. Townsend, L. Roberts J. XY'ickham, Mr. Lee. 55 The requirements for Alpha are two A's in academic solids and no grade lower than ROW' ONE: L. Roberts, R. Diclcman, N. Ferguson, P, Reagon, V. McFarland, J. Henness, B. Kemael, Miss Work, M. Hall, C. Neal, N. Keagy, C. Lebeck, S. Weimer. ROW THREE: P. Moeller, E. Foos, L. Nweisgerber, L. VC'illiams, B. Yearous, M. Edson, G. VC'eitzel, T. McNierney L. Shimmin, M, Christensen, R. Bowles. ROW' THREE: K. Xwork. K. NX"eichhand, B. Keagy, B. Yearous, S. Parker, B. Nelson, J. Carlson: L. Lauck, C. Bloedorn, S. Harris, S. Waltz, L. English. ROW FOUR: L. Smith, J. Townsend, G. Cooper. B. Zollner, B. Younkin, L. Hunt, A, XX'eitzel, J. Ott, J. Pumphrey, J. Sagel, J. Hay, M. Cyprian, G. Wood. ROW FIVE: J. Roberts, J. Berryhill, R. Mowrer, J. Vaughn J. Trnylor, J. Zittle, B. Redman, R. Carnahan, J. Meininger, D. McReynolds, G. Ringo, J. Moore, T. Montel. ACHIEVEMENT ROLL ROW ONE: G. Pipho, C. Bukes, J. Lovenburg, J, Carruth, M. Borchardt, E. Yearous, F. Osborn, J. Palmer, A. Prevost, J. Lfathis. ROW TXVO: S. Lebsock, C. Schaffer. J. Rasmussen, S. Hoffman, B. Braden, S. Whitcomb, J. Wickham, L. Ficken, K. Martin, L. Jung, S. Olson. ROW' THREE: D. Meyer, D. Poe, B. Morse, R. Timpe, R. Weimer, B. Plumley, G. Rickey, R. Moore, F. Searle. The, requirements for this roll are one "A" and no grade lower than EVERETT 84 BROWN IMPLEMENT CO. 56 ARTISAN CLUB PRESIDENT Gerry Thiel The Artisan Club activities were a Bowling Party which was in October, Roller Skating Party -which was in January, a Banquet in March and to end the year they had a Car Wash in April, which shows that the Artisan Club is a very busy organization. ROW' ONE: T. Green, Secretary, D. Poe, Vice-President. ROW' TWO: B. Pauls, Treasurer. NOT SHOWN: R. Edwards, Recorder. ROW ONE: T. Price, B. Pauls, R. Edwards, Mr. Benson, Mr. Snyder. D. Poe, T. Green, R. Moore, L. Christensen. ROW TVUO: F. Fabricius, R. Wfebb, D. Bailey, F. Wohlford, 1. Schott, R. Kelim. R. DeFruiter, A. Ott, J. Randels, S. Grimes. ROW THREE: B. Stolen, G. Fiedgen, S. Enfante, M. McDaniel, j, Stewart, D. Urban, C. Vannest, K. Meininger, W. Richezs, J. Duncan. ROW FOUR: R. Anderson, B. Columbine, B. jenkins, K. Wales, G. Nelson, L. Nelson, E. De- Long, E. Blecha, L. Columbia, L. Holmes, K. Murrow. GREEN BROTHERS, INC. N.,-wwe- L... .,. V XX Afmkx . , M-TA... 'A g M N, vw H - . .. rims. W Tm! K 1 -- a- am L. Q. . . K K ' ,skwgv-ysfaw 5 2 k W.. f' 3 as ...ur .j .,.. Y . i LJ'lP"""'F""! Q-we ww eve-- .--. ...... Yi --- , i kv - PRESIDENT X Roger Bauer D .Q fiance p i 491 09 4,-,f t O- 'M 5, Aviation Club activities during year included field trips to Lowry Air Force Base, Stapleton Airfield, and Longmont flight control center. Guest J Q lectures were given on topics such as radio, elec- tronics, weather forecasting and aircraft in flight. Activities were also held for rocketry and related? topics to show the opportunities in the aero-snare field. Members who had not flown before were in- troduced to flying by an actual flight at tlfe local airport. T .exmwe MXN .rf V, Maxx Neyfolfe Ugeriiting the weatherforecastingf equipment. . E AJ.. A f. " v' ROW ONE: LTM-idcap, E. Poitgg..Dg'Caiiver. P. Tatton,-,Xir. Lee, L. Wfolfe. M. Foster, E. Goldsworth, T, McNierney, J. Miller. ROXX' '1'VUOt'M.e"Zfn'imerman, C. IVa nnegtg Br? Sager. D. Chlkins, B. Macneal, K. Bath, B, Dorr, B. Clapp, L. Cyprian. R. Bain. ROW THREE: M. McNiefrBey, .Wl5ster,,B. Dyer, T. Montel. J. Schroeder, D. Midcap, G. e'f""w -w,,. ,.NKloberdanz, T. l1a,3,ten,lR .-4. ,Timpe.c'S. 't"' Lai'iiEl?fi"R'0 FOUR: j. Tippit. D. Henderson, G. Tiedgen, B. Ferguson, B. ss A Redman. Kf'Read. T. Riddle. J. Moore, B. Hall, L. Wagner.J.NX'ei1ijer. vvannetgkqqmaeaz co. f ,sfo ,sw-".-5 sf A .V My-Ni" Kr' 6,334 4,417.4 WA K My Y me-,N Vice-President' hlihneffiitiysifser and Secretaryffreasurer Larry BAND PRESIDENT Richard Mowrer Some of the activities of the band during the year were playing at all home football and basketball games, C.U. band day, playing at pep rallies and some assemblies, giving four concerts a year, state music festival, state solo and ensemble music festival, en- tertainment for community groups with the show band. ROW ONE: S. Neb, Sophomore Representativeg M. Huey, Secretary-Treasurer. ROXV TNWO: K. Bretey, Vice-President, J. Hinerman, Senior Representative. NOT SHOXVN: D. Franks, Junior Representative, E. Bottoms, Freshman Repre- Sentatlve. ROW ONE: N. Ferguson, C. Neal, M. Hall, J. Smith, K. NX'ork, L. English. S. NX'altz, J. Cummings, M. Patten, G. Schott C. Alonzo, J. Nelson, S. Neb, J. Hinerman. ROW TNWO: M. Wfesthoff, M. Borchardt, S. Vifells, K. Bretty, B. Kato K. Knauff. G. Yearous, P. XVork, G. Tippit, S. Lauck, D. Fries, J. Servin, E. Foos, J. NX'aln, J. Harned. ROW THREE y y S. Milsap, J. I-Iarned, J. Townsend, L. Ficken, M. Allen, J. Carruth. L. White. M- H'-ICY, D. Griffin, S. Sullivan, S. Chapl ..f"1 ,. " ,c.ch ,LJ ,L. man, J. Drew, B. Calkins, G. Canfield. V. Harned. ROW FOUR Drake, D. Schnegelberger, C. Dixon, M. Patten, R. Tennant, M. ROW FIVE: R. Timpe, E. Bottoms, M. Brady, T. Montel, J. Hutton Lutz, R. Hall, N. Best. ROW SIX: Mr. Barrows, F. Hart, F. Searle, Smith, S. Y-earous, C. Purvis. I. Williams J Williams aney ones Saylor, R. Darby, L. Christensen, J. Ledford, S. Long. , B. Miller, A. Ott. R. Moore, D. Pease, D. Franks, D E. Cheevers, R. Mowrer, R. Anderson, S. Warren, H TWIRLERS ROW ONE: D. Poe. RONX' TWO: S. Stinette, J. Mathis, A. Prevost, J. Lovenburg, S. Ford, L. Yearous ARMIN SCI-IULZ R. MOWRER F. HART MORGAN CO. FEDERAL SAVINGS 8: LOAN PEP BAND ROWf ONE: D. Franks, D. Pease. R. Moore, F. Hart, R. Mower, J. Hinerman. ROW" TW'O: J. Ledford. E. Bottoms, M Brady. T. Montel, M. Wfestoff. ROW' THREE: G. Mearous. M. Borclmrdt, K. Bretty, J. W'illiams. M. Huey, R. Bain S. Stinnette. ROW' FOUR: M. Hall, K. Neal. S. Long, A. Schultz. S. Ne-bb. ROW' FIVE: H. Smith, S. W'arren. SHOW BAND ROW' ONE: J. Hnrned. K. Bretey. T. Christensen, J. Ledford, J. Carruth, M. Huey. R. Bain. S. Stinnette, R. Darby, L. W'ilIiams. ROW' TW'O: M. Brady. T. Montel, E. Bottoms, R. Mowrer. F. Hart, D. Lutz, D. Pease. R. Moore. D. Franks, J. Hinermun, S. Long. CUTLER-JOLLIFFE MORTUARY i CHCIRS PRESIDENT Gary XVhittenburg Some of the activities of the concert choir during the year are: The Baptist concert October 10, the UNESCO choir assembly October 22, and the Christ- mas musical December 18th Cfor the publicj and December 21 ffor the student bodyj. ROW' ONE: E. Kauffman, Robe Chairman, P. Lewis, Sec- retary, ROW' TXVO: A. Schultz, Robe Chairman: C. Smith, Vice-President. CONCERT CHOIR ROW' ONE: j. Scholthauer, L. Jung, 1. Buxman. S. W'iemer, D. Luke, B. Bever, M. Gronstal, M. Midcap, M. Eastman G. Haffke, M. Yearous, K. Timmons. ROW' TWO: V. Kirk, P. Lewis. H. Smith, R. Dickman, J. Berryhill, E. Foos J. Lingle. B. Wienier, J. XX'aln, S. Berryhill, j. Littlefield, J. Mathis. G. XVhittenburg. RONV THREE: D. Leonard, N. Schnegel- berger. K. Stroh, C. Smith, C. Wosney, R. Tennant, M. Westoff, T. Vaughn, C. Pipho, S. Olson, J. Zittle, S. Moore, K Gordon, A. Schultz, D. XX"oodburn. ROW FOUR: D. 'Griffen, E. Kauffman, G. Rogers, M. Curtis, R. Lauclc, I.. XVilliams D. Belau, N. Ferguson, K. Riddle, R. Sailsbury, C. Spicer, J. Conklin. M. Cochran. BLAKE'S CLEANERS 1 MIXED CHOIR ROW' ONE: J. Carruth, V. McFarland, R. Reneau, V. Johnson, B. Brown, P. McGraw, B. Fristol, J. Pumphrey, J. Sagel R. Cheney, J. Katzenbarger, E. Yearous, D. Tibbetts, N. Keagy, S. Baker, R. Schmidlap. ROW TWO: A. Torrez, M Jauriqui, J, Hanson, N. Alonzo, C. Mantey, C. Bath, P. McCorkle, M. Borchardt, A. Senseney, J. Pickett, E, Pipho, N Howerter, A. Campbell, L. Harriger. L. Popp. ROW THREE: P. Schlundt, P. Bryant, N. Johnson, C. Lebsock, P. Reagan B. Snydal, M. Huey, S. Warren, L. Hunt, G. Kronkow, J, Ott, G. Cooper, R. Work, D. Funk, K. Owl, M. Patterson, J Jewett, H. Alonzo. ROW FOUR: T. Moerdijat, J. Lovenburg. S. Ford, C. Southard, M. Tuck, D. Schnegelberger, C. Weimer, R. Darby, J. Gowins, G. Mekelburg, B. Zollner, K. Riddle, J. Hay, J. Lovenburg, J. Foxhoven, S. Johnson, P. Mayfield, C Bickers. FRESHMAN CHOIR ROW ONE: J. Shea, B. Keagy, J. Wickham, L. Forbes, R. Gibson, D. Midcap, H. Berryhill, G. 'Nelson, B. Patzkowsky, L. Boone, K. Becker, L. Roberts. ROW TWO: H. Northup, S. Simmerman, S. Stark, C. Becker, P. Tatton, D. Hoffman, P. Hultquist, B. Lenhardt, P. Lawrey, M. Cochran, K. Riley. ROW THREE: C. Holzworth, L. Chilcote, C. Bloedorn, R. DeFruiter, L. Dodge, C, Vannest, M. Eastman, S. Littlefield, D. Williams, C. Williams, B. Braden, C. Houghan. W'ILLARD REID LUMBER CO. MCEEWAIN JEWELRY SWEET SIXTEENS ROW ONE: V. McFarland. ROW TWO: J. Hanson, J. Carruth. ROW THREE: N. Keagy, D. Tibbetts, E. Yearous. ROW FOUR: N. Johnson, C. Lebsock, M. Huey, B. Brown. ROW FIVE: A. Senseney, B. Snydal, P. Reagan, J. Pickett, E. Pipho. ROW SIX: M. Borchardt, C. Bath. MORGAN HIGH SINGERS ROW ONE: H. Smithy G. Whittenburg S. Hoffman, K, Timmons. ROW TWO C. Smith, G. Haffke. V. Kirk, M. Gron- stal. ROW THREE: J. Conklin, A. Schulz S. Olson, J. Wingstrom. ROW FOUR: R Tennant, 1. Littlefield, N, Furguson, M Westoff, C. Morre. ROW FIVE: R. Lauck T. Vaughn, K. Stroh, E, Foos. BERRYHILL INSURANCE DEBATE PRESIDENT David Bath Some of the activities are: weekend debates, Novem- ber through February, frequent programs for service clubs, and also district and state tournaments, in March. ROW ONE: J. Traylor, Secretary-Treasurer, J. Hay, Vice- President. ROW' ONE: N. Schnegelberger, J. Schlothauer, R. Bain, M. Foster, J. Traylor, Mr. Steed, Sponsor, Mr. Haley, Sponsorg J. Hay. ROW TWO: I.. Smith, C. Cheney, L. Shimmin, C. Chaney, V. Jones, C. Henson, C. French, V. 'Murphy, J. Stewart. ROW THREE: N. Best, J. Meininger, G. Ringo, B. Zollner, M. Nevin, J. Pumphrey, G. Pumphrey, B. Nichols. ROW FOUR: G. Cooper, K. Karrow, J. Berryhill, G. Wood, M. Karboch, P. McGraw, G. Rickey, M. Cyprian. CLATWORTHY ARTS BAKERY F.F.A. PRESIDENT Leo Wfeber Some of the activities of the F.F.A. this year were the Freshman installation and Watermelon bust in October. They also sponsor the Rocky Mountain Oys- ter Feed' in March and attended the livestock show in April. ROV." ONE: D. Lebsock, Treasurerg D. Friteler. Vice- Presiclent. ROXV TXVO: D. Brandt. Secretary: G. Yearous, Recorder. NOT SHOXVN: R. Bohl, Sentinel: D. Hergen- reter, Parliamentariang Mr. Zollner, Mr. Dateri, Mr. Snyder, Sponsors. FIRST ROXV: Mr. Datteri, sponsorg D. Hergenreter, D. Lebsock, G. Yearous, Mr. Snyder, sponsorg D. Brandt, D. Fritzler R. Bohl, Mr. Zollner, sponsor. SECOND ROW: R. Nichols, R. Lebsock, R, McCracken, F. Golgart, P. Carlson, J. Littlefield J. Bath. R. Kirk. THIRD ROW: R. Stark, S. Uhrick, L. Weimer, C. Baltazar, C. Bratrsvosky, B. Dorr, M. Stark, D. Nichols Z. Simmons. ROW FOUR: R. Johnson, D. Baumgartner, C. Kelim, C. Midcap, M. Carver, K. Thompson, D. Musgrave, R Whitney. MACY'S REXALL DRUG CONRAD'S x F.F.A. 135' I-lfflefleldis U'0PhY fof 5h0Wm3n5l1il'- State Parliamentary Procedure Team. ROW ONE: R. Scheirman, D. Stark, R, Lebsock, L. Loose. S. Green, T. Shelton. R. Eicher. ROW TWO: W. Hulock D. Schauermann, B. Billings, J. Bratrsovsky, D. Baumgartner, R. XX'c-imer. R. Kemble. ROW THREE: J. Contreraz, R Bohl, M. Christensen, R. Miller, B. XVein1er. R. Xweimer. ROXV FOUR: J. Krening, J. Olvera, G. johnson, D. McCracken G. Forbes, S. Rosener, D. Gammel. PRESIDENT Judy Rasmussen The activities of the Fort Morgan Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America began with a fresh- man initiation November 12. A Christmas party was held December 17, at which time baskets of food were made. for the needy. The F.H.A. also sponsored a dance December 14 and sold candy as projects. A banquet or style show is held in May for the mem- bers. ROW ONE: V. Kirk, Song Leader, L. McFarland, Vice- Presidentg S. Baumgartner Secretar . ROW' TXVO: C, Mc . 1 Y ' Farland, Historian Reporterg D. Davis, Treasurer, S. Gun- ther, Standard of Excellence and Parliamentarian. F.H.A ROW ONE: V. Kirk, S. Baumgartner, S. Gunther, Miss Hagstrom, D. Davis, L. McFarland C McFarland ROW TWO J Binger, V. Powell, J. Hanson, R. Jones, S. Yearous, K. Mese. ROW THREE: M. Granere P Troudt M Hanneman A Schaffer. KOMAC PAINT RENEAU S JENWELRY F.T.A. PRESIDENT Carol Moore Shortly after Thanksgiving vacation the Future Teachers of America began their student observation. The FT A also participates in the FTA Convention and a picnic, which is in May. ROW ONE: E. Kauffman, Treasurer: V. Murphy, Parlia- mentariang K. Timmons, Historian. ROW' TXVO: S. Schroeder, Secretaryg K. Gordon, Vice'President. ROW ONE: S. Baker, D. Griffin, D. Franks, E. Kauffman, K. Gordon, S. Schroeder, Mr. Arp, V. Murphy, K. Tiinmons. ROW TWO: J. Lingle, A. Lebsock, S. Linker, S. Stinnette. M. Gronstal, L. Weisgerber, M. Eastman, J. Stewart, S. Berry- hill. M. Yearous. ROW' THREE: K. Bretey, J. Hinerman. L. Yager, S. Bnumgartner, S. Gunther, C. Spicer, S. Weimer, L. McFarland, -I. Gies, D. Meyer, D. Poe. NOT SHOXVN: Mr. Marrs. YATES DRUG G.A.A. ROW' ONE: D. XVilliams. M. Cochran, E. Kauffman, B. Conley, A. Prevost, S. Gollehon, L. Morrison, M. Anderson, B Brown, E. Poitz, L. Midcap. ROXV TXVO: L. Roberts, J. Contreras, M. Ponce, S. Chapman, D. Marick, K. Palasty, C. Chaney T. Babcock. B. Johnson. D. Dick, D. Kruger. ROW' THREE: P. Armstrong, J. Shea, B. Bringilson, K. Perizzolo, B. Len hardt, J. Nelting, P, Hultquist, NV. Scott, K. Martin. S. Urban. L. Hayes, S. XY'itcomb. ROW' FOUR: J. Cumming, K Kosman, K. Powers, J. Pflager, L. Krien. M. Lessley, M. Patterson, P. Schlundt, K. Longnecker, F. Osborn. D. Jamison ROW' FIVE: J. Bath, S. Stark, M. Patten, S. NY"altz, K. W'ork, J. Carlson, L. English, J. Townsend, J. Gavaldon, A. Schaf fer. ROW' SIX: S. DeSamber. M. Schantz. S. McCreery. R. Bratrsovsky, S. Pennington, B. Morris, C. McFarland, S. Sullivan D. Leonard, R. Denny, M, Pauls. The G.A.A.'s activity this year was the Chili Supper in February. ROW' ONE: S. Scheirman, K. XVright, G. Thiel, M. Holguin, XX". Nestor. S. Heidbrink, V. Murphy, S. Berryhill, S. Linker, J. Foos, J. Palmer. D. Meininger, R. Luna. ROXV TWO: P. Waslmburn, V. McCorkle, N. McCorkle, E. Yearous, D. Hubert K. Timmons, Mrs. Pratt, Mrs. Carruth, S. Johnson, B. Tucker, J. Bailey, J. Varner. K. Preisendorf. ROW THREE: B. Ponce. C. W'ithem. N. Tosland, S. Margritz, J. Scheneman, C. Randels. S. Mayo, R. Rodarte, B. Geist, B. Warboyfs, K. Mese, B. Geist. B. Covelli. ROW' FOUR: P. Doughty, S. Kitterman, L. Carlock, J. Campbell, D. Jones, K. Comer, B. Rusch, S. Albert, K. Vifacker, J. Lovenburg, J. Binger, R. Jones, J. W'iley, J. Yancey. ROW FIVE: C. Pennington, C. Thompson, A. Daniels. M. Powers, J. Reagan. G. Stark, J. Granere, T. Moerdijat, P. Blecka, D. Peo, S. Ford, D. Allen, R. Michael. ROW SIX: F. Mendoza, C. Travis, V. Johnson, L. Lawther, M. Schaffer, C. Hubbell, M. Chilson, D. Covelli, L. Yearous, C. Alonzo, J. Davey, P. Hodges, M. Benitz, H. Alonzo. RAY'S RADIO R T.V. HOME DRAPERY SHOP LATIN CLUB , PRESIDENT Marilyn Hall Latin Club is an organization with a purpose to pro- mote interest in ancient Greek and Roman civiliza- tions. Special events through the year are: Roman banquet, Saturnalia, a toga hop, pizza picnic, and the J.C.L. convention in May. Officers: Byrom Plumley, V.-President: Joyce Mathis, Secretary, jim Sngel, Treasurer. ROW ONE: C. Lebsock, S. Waltz, j. Varner, J. Mathis, B. Plumley, Mrs. Schroeder, Miss Donnell, J. Sagel, L. English D. Meininger, B. Bristol, V. McFarland. ROW' TXVO: C. Bath, P. Gibson, R. Brixtrsovsky, A, XVilliams, V. Ruder, P. Zion C, Neal, B. Reagan, C. Hergenreder, A. Senseney, E. Pipno, N. Ke.y. ROV' THREE: J. Carlson, M. Patten, P. Carter, L Bauer, B. Macneal, L. Wolfe, B. Thiel, E. Bottoms, R. Christensen, D. McReynolds, M. Patten, M. Foster. PAQ! FOUR-XG Maroo Tough, E1 M I 0 A P H 0 N I y f Y y FRIDAY, ununv ia, 1961 ,I Varsity wrestling mulls with n-...l..,..... V--- u.. c...:..:. as 1-Le.-- IS: 41 a'NlEGAPl-loNE STAFF i Q ou. nh B -Yi wnislq null ululr Kiillll' ngitlnsl .1lrtlalt'KI'l1 3 2 3 4 4 Q . 105 -- 'to enitoz won by dt-oi lib Lowland B squad in the final Sonrlv 3- 3 5 10 Mlglmifihtllsirh liiizsned mn' 842- "!"'Ull'S of the contest by il soon- l'Illlnll-r o 2- 1: u 2 tiieiinst Loveland ll-1 - Dick Schnuorlnnlln, draw. 0' 'HI' SVVHIHU 1 0 0 0 2 :en had H mush ,msioned 4-4. Fl-ou si-url.-, with io points for Sfhlolll-wel' 0 S-1 1 5 land Summa.. n 122 .. Leroy Lujan Wm, by A prnv UIC Nlllfvvfl Bolllbvrs. won the -L---T 42-5 tu uw A sq domed by 1:50 game for tho Maroons with a har- TWINS ll 2438 18 44 me B squad- ' 129 - Ron Darby km by ded. Tilt-Z0 of froe- throws in the last 4, , l As predicted umm by sion' obs. ' ' lllllf tlllhllil' tor the 44--'ll decision. " " " I-BMPKN 1110 lflflln - 4 ' 44" 135 - Larry Columhln lost by lT:'ll.w?sul:',:0udT?' ' hfwewr by trvehnd B UH FG tough ln all olassrs. ltlt! ltlill' uv- l.:u - L-cr: uaulu IUSL by fall to decision, 4-16. Igllpd punlngihg lgnlxi nzsig-IE' fm' lt:l::i-1 ii Pg wry 'in lm' 'X?'1"N?i1"W'l"'l EDITQR 'erwd' ,. . . -lf0 -- Jerry Schott lost by de- Tho spirit found ln the varsity iiluhn l 1- 2 2 3 mad: bi l.8Y'li nllllhll in lll U rd Lewis deClSl0!lPd muon 0.4 . h .. l. , - , match Snndril Hottilun in ' 3-1, B fl b d utlsoawgludft U' the tfuiid R ' U' 3 5 3 ' . ,. 7- rl ' '. sns as c 1' nl- ' ..' " 1 2- , Ruignl ontd gurl Lfonltil' oiro Rligimr U'hl'lCk decisloned sion, 64- ns 0 won y ec' ml, Bl,mht.rsv Terry Vaizghnf wvnsm a lb 3 Z : name nuts nn mg wrtlsters or ' , U - , Schnoldor. and Soarla -rt ll.l Hall- l 2 - the Maroons, nnlbnlwmnlng byde- N' ' Ron Johnson lost by ml fi mst... Bild-5 Ba"mg""'e' 'os' bi tht- boards simon t-llfiillilinllvflu l'.fni'ihitn 1 l 0 2 cislon. and CUIHSI' stayed .1 rounh In Poden- n ecfs 2 1: opponent for El draw in his class, Q 1.56 - Carl Comer. dmv with , 0 The wrestlers llopo to reverse l'l'll1k. 44- domf 5140 I D their trend toni ' A W' " ' " ' "' ' W2 FG H ' .I th H 2 2.22.2 Once 11 year the Megaphone staff -.-.f ..... ' 41 sponsors the Sweetheart Dance in Feb. The Megaphone is the school l puper. which writes and distributes 1 A zoleague g the news of FMHS. The staff also I nlauf "" was snapped li . . . : baskl ,g gh, Fqrf M, has an i1I'll'll1.1l Advertising drive to l ten lg i 'h - - . . . 1 Qi' STBIGZFOIEHSHU raise money tor the financial sup- I " Indians 85-48. - - wortl The Maroons Port Ot the lmper' - reme had points whic.. ...W W... ...... .. ... ...c ,e.....- ...- .-- -. .-.- , . .. L ' ss 9 their loss to Boulder the night be- Bin Gale Mekelburg, apparently Player FG FT-FTA PF TP 'CK' .,.2. X 5- -- .rr.. Mol.. fore. Sure passes and a definite not realizing what he was doing Smith . iq 'Egg IWANACER X gp A Q pattern of play plus the efforts of took tht! ball oft the board at the Belau . . BLJ5 x 1 ' OXLOR Ixormll Pearce Mrs. McGraw Maroon Dennis Belau in his 25 point scoring spree mlldo the dif- ference between victory nnd Il?- rfent for the N18I'00US. The Maroons are tt'i11'0llIld to Gterling tonight. hoping IU make 't two in u row ' he Northern Lt The Marnons uarter that the 0 win tho cout- a 16-11 lead i CIM! started l arnons with a nsket and was y Rich Lanck. r from the cor he first quarti est of the gum- urg who seen are and more esse in shootii In the secon- ns doubled tl ther 16-point b arool Ilac The Fort lllorr the Boulder ay night, set-mt s they played tl tho game wh truggled on to I ' well drilled fnv'tk.n- unanfhurr In the first qu 'ere allowed to tsl'-1 'Fw lv-Il out 50111155 and WU' ROW ONE: R. Bowles, 0 of the floor. H - the hall travc Ahthls' ns' hanrls als slllnt-uno on the uldor tram uould intercept one the Floating passes or illlllld mply tllke Um out oi the aroons' hunds'.'I1leisoorr- at the cl of the quarter stood at 25-1. The souond qtllgterjtioenlrd to be le hotter' ' he lttarnons ugh they conf Dtl0Cl to slip inr- cr behind to a 42-13 half time de- it. Lydii and Miller of the Pan- el' team wort' especilllh good in ese minutes as they dlllhpfd in Nlol-gan end of the court and tang- lozl with a fellow player fur the Nlawons. Jim Smith. Gale, not to he outdone picked up Smith with the hall and tossed him to the side. The second half was something to behold as the Maroons staved over the Maroons. Poe . Lauekm... 3 1-3 1 1 s Gottman 0 2- 3 2 2 Q tt. , Tagge. ..,, , .5 z- 3 3 12 Mekelburg 4 4- 6 0 12 x ------ fi .. - is Totals . . . 21 nas 13 as ss-isis--s'fQ'S g UI 1 blllflll lilllllll' Kill Dy I er-nv-cd thu Dnnblmre rm h-nn Nw-nw: V. Bostron, P, Lewis, C. Smith: ROW' TXVO: S. Gunther. J, Lingle, D. 'roi-1-Ei ...QQ..j6 tio 5 5 N1irrl,ti-Sinn u""'v"" Morse . 0 0- 1 0 0 122 - Dave Brown decisioned by Whittonburg ..,. 0 0- 2 0 0 Lam, 0-4. Vaughn .. ..... -. 0 1- 3 1 l 129 -'Lee David pinned by Stan- Belrlu . .. . B 3- -I 3 19 Rey, 4131, P09 -- - ---- - 0 0' 0 2 0 135 -- Hownrd Lewis rloclsioned Lauck .,. .... ..- 3 1- 3 1 'I Ming, 8.1- Gftfman 1 0 3 3 3 no -. Sam Uhrick det-isloned Taggf' -H - --- 1 2' 3 3 4 Hafner. 5-0. MPKNUUVH ------3 0- 0 1 4 147 - Ron Johnson decisioned by --i- num. 1-a. ' Totals t --15 757 13 37 156 - Carl Comer decisioned hy Bwlbr BVU'-'er 042- 1"l'on Searle did a fine Joh IGI' the Bombers with a good night nt the froe throw line. hitting 11 of his 18 free throw attempts. The game was a very ragged affair for ' the young hlamons. oho seemed to he able to do no good but at the fnre throw line, Box score: Fed Morgan B fill Schneider Mllolle .. 1 1- 3 I 3 7 6 0 8 2 2 2 2 3 49 holl- t h e :hen mm. nous only 1 of I :n 'la .-MQ-I Schultz. ROW THREE: rel! Port und Longmont with 21 team fouls. In addition to these numerous in- tcrruptiuna, the clocks were not in their best working order. Dennis Beton. Rich Llmck. and Gale Mekclburg shared high score honors ln' the Maroons with 9 points npiece. On the other side 01 the ledger, Newton of Longmont dropped in 11 points in the 'ho- jans' winning cause. if von uant to hate the last word in an or ument with Player F6 FT PF TP -p--- -H.. .... 0 l- 3 1 I ' ' E was ii 57 PRESIDENT Gary Littlefield The Club's activities this year were the Home- coming Bonfire in November, the Pep-M Dance in January, Club Banquet in March, and the Ma- roon Hall of Fame in May. ROW ONE: J. Smith, Vice-President: W. Hurlock, Treas- urer. ROW TWO: D. Hale, Secretary. ROW ONE: J. Griffith, D. Belau, D. Hale, Mr. Malone, G. Mekelburg, T. Vaughn, H. Gettman. ROW TWO: G. Littlefield, J. Tagge, J. Conklin. ROW THREE: J. Smith, M. English, R. Lauclc. ROW FOUR: G. Thiel, N. Davey, G. Whittenburg, I.. Hunt, J. Schott, S. Uhrick. ROW FIVE: C. Osborn, C. Comer. ROW SIX: F. Juarez, D. Wagner. ROW SEVEN: W. Hurlock, W. Pauls, G. Haffke, J. Hamilton, R. Mowrer. JACK BEAN co. PEP CLUB PRESIDENT Barbara Conley The Pep Club sponsors the Homecoming Dance each year. This year, it was held October 19, 1962. The Pep Club also co-sponsors the Pep-M Dance, held this year in january. In the Spring, the Pep Club holds its annual Pep Club Ten. ROW ONE: P. Lewis, Vice-President, S. Hoffman, Re- corder. ROW TWO: S. Schroeder, Treasurer, A. Prevost, Secretary. CHEERLEADERS ROW ONE: J. Varner, J. Bailey, K. Timmons, B. Tucker. ROW TVVO: K. Preisendorf, S. johnson, C. Weimer, J. Carruth PARDUN'S OFFICE SUPPLY PEP CLUB ROW' ONE: S. Hoffman, J. Palmer, M. Cochran, J. Foos, Mrs. Carruth, S. Schroeder, A. Prevost, P. Lewis. Mrs. Pratt, S Linker, D. Meininger, S. Gollehon. ROW' TWO: S. Ford, M. Christensen, J. Rasmussen, J. Hinerman, S. Baumgartmer, D Davis, K. Clayton, G. Thiel, M. Holguin, J. Bostron, G, Rogers, M, Mackey. ROXV THREE: R. Rodarte, S. Olson, C Schaffer, L. Thomas, S. Millsap, S. Becker. M. Allen, C. Pipho, L. Jung, S. Lebsock, C. Morre, C. Gumaer. ROW FOUR: S. DeSamber, J. Binger, P. Bryant, B. Geist. R. Luna, B. Geist. B. XVarboys, P. Kidd, S. Morris, L. XVilliams, S. Stinnette, P. Grosholz, J, Smith. ROW' FIVE: J. Mark, S. Bostron, J. Lovenburg, L. Canfield, J. Henness, N. Alonzo, D. Steffen, D. Meyer, L. Townsend, S. Larr, E. Kauffman. K. Klobberclanz. ROW' ONE: K. Comer, D. Funk, H. Alonzo, C. Alonzo, J. Mathis, S. Ingmire, L. Lawther, B. Kembel, N. Johnson, C. Hubbell, M. Schaffer. ROV' TXVO: C. Thompson, D. Jones, J. Lind, R. Dickman, N. Ferguson, L. Yager, A. Torrez, M. Hauriguy, S. Mayo, M. Praugo, P. Sanchez. ROW THREE: J. Reagan, D. Allen, M. Trujello, F. Mendoza, J. Ledford, S. Long, K. Boretey, D. Griffen, L. Popp, S. Weimer, P. McCorkle. ROW FOUR: A. Daniels, J. Gies. C. Neal, B. Reagan, N. Keagy, P. Zion. S. Scheirman, B. Rush, N. Tosland, J. Campbell, R. Michael. ROW FIVE: C. Dixon, J. Sword, P. XVork, S. Baker, P. Hodges, J. Davey, J. Pickett, M. Chilson, D. Covelly, L. Yearous, D. Poe, G. Stark. XVOODY'S CONOCO MORGAN FLORAL CO. PEP CLUB ROXV ONE: S. Presnall, M. Hall, A. Williams. B. Snydal. V. Johnson. K. XVright, C. Travis, S. Loose, J. Fagg, J. Hanson N. Lockhart, C. Southard. XY". Nestor. ROW TVUO: D. Tibbetts. M. Huey, N. McCorkle, S. Neb, S. XX'ells, B. Brown, M Anderson. L. Morrison, M. Lessley, L Krien. J. Foxhoven, J. Bloomgren, F. Simmons. ROW THREE: S. Herbst, T Moerdijat. S. Parker, S. Weimer, B. Yearous. C. Bath. R. Denny, J. Katzenbarger, E. Yearous, K. Lind. K. Longnecker P. Schlundt. M. Patterson. ROW' FOUR: I. Fry. S. Fixen, S. Zimmerman, L. Boone, S. Stark, G. Duran, S. Hudson, D. Gary B. Lenhardt, J. Nelting, L. Jones. L. XVhite, M. Ponce. L. Goetscliel. Kato. ROW' FIVE: J. Contreras, M. Edson, P Scheneman. P. Sanders, D. Kruger. D. Dick. J. Bath, B. Bringleson, M. Cochran. K. Kosman, B. Braden, P. Lawrey, S Harris. ROW' SIX: C. Bloedorn, C. Cheney, J. Gaualdon, A. Schaffer, J. Pflager, K. Perizzolo, E. Poitz, B. Morris, J. Miller L. Chilcote, C. Atwood. B. Patzkowsky, S. Littlefield, C. Houghan. ROW ONE: E. Ruppel. E. Pipho, G. Yearous, C. Purvis, P. Reagan, A. Senseney, V. Ruder, C. Vondy, R. Schmidlap, M. Yearous. M. Borchardt, F. Osborne. D. Jamison. ROXV TNWO: M. Gronstal. J. Stewart, D. Wfoodburn, S. Berryhill, V. Murphy, L. WW:-isgerber, C. French, M. Eastman, L. Nelson, J, W'right, D. Hubert, M. NX'esthoff, D. Leonard. ROW THREE: S. McCreery S. Heidbrink. M. Pauls, C. Hergenreter, V. McCorkle, K. Gordon, A. Campbell, C. Lebsock, C.'Bickers, R. Wfork, sf Yearous. M. Tuck. J. Lovenburg. ROW FOUR: P. Hultquist, D. Williams, J. Shea, B. Keagy, L. Roberts, J. Wickham S. Urban. L. English, J. Townsend, M. Patten, J. Carlson, S. XValtz. L. Ficken, P. Gibson. ROW FIVE: L. Midcap, B. Johnson. L. Shimmin, C. Chaney, K. Palasty, C. Jestes, T. Babcock, K. NVQ-ichhancl, W. Scott, K. Martin, C. Williams, J. Cumming. P. Armstrong. S. Dion. ROW' SIX: Y. Taylor, D. Marick, K. Powers, P. Moeller, L. Hayes, S. Whitcomb, K. Murrow,.S. Chapman, K. Frank, J. Yager, G, XVeitzel, T. McNierney. K. XVork, B. Yearous, L. Lauck. 5-3 FURNITURE COMPANY v v SEVENTEENS PRESIDENT Sharon Hoffman The Seventeens' activities were the UNICEF Drive in October, drive for canned food for Christmas baskets: and they presented the Thanksgiving Pro- gram for assembly in November. ROW ONE: M. Christensen, Director of Special Projects: S. Becker, Director of Programs: J. Schlothawer, Director of Music. ROW TWO: J. Lind, Director of Finance and Records: B. Yearous, Director of Public Relations: S. Parker, Director of Worship. ROW ONE: Mr. Ackerman, J. Lind, B. Yearous, S. Parker, S. Becker, M. Christensen, J. Schlothauer. ROW TWO: Mrs. Pease, L. Jones, C. Bloedom, 1. Townsend, K. Kosman, K. Work. B. Nelson, M. Allen. ROW THREE: N. Howerter, L. Chilcote, S. Lauck, G. Nelson, A. Ott, R. Timpe, K. Bath. CHAS. STROUP LUMBER CO. WICKHAM TRACTOR CO. SEVENTEENS ROW' ONE: K. Lind, K. Longnecker, J. Fagg, L. Harriger, D. Funk, S. Baumgartner, S. Gunther. ROW TWO: S. Yearous, L. Goetschel, B. Pntzkowsky, S. Littlefield, C. Houghan, K. Weichhand, L. Ficken. ROW THREE: C. Lebsock, S. Olson, S Lebsock, M. Eastman, F. Simmons, S. Presnall, R. Cheney. ROW ONE: D. Meininger, J. Lingle, A. Lebsock, C. Wozney, J. jewett, J. Rasmussen, S, Heidbrink. ROW TWO: N. Ferguson, G. Thomas, K. Riddle, E. Ruppel C. Spicer, B. Bever, G. Weitzel, L. Lauck. ROW THREE: S, Herbst, L. Townsend, S. Lapp, R. Dickman, J. Ledford, E. Foos, D. Meyer, S. Stinnetfe. MORGAN COUNTY AUTO ASSOCIATION THESPIANS PRESIDENT Evelyn Kauffman The Thespians' activity this year is helping put on the musical production with the music department and the art department. ROW ONE: D. Meininger. Secretary-Treasurer, A. Prevost, Vice-President. ROW' TXVO: C. Smith, Clerk. ROW ONE: J. Palmer, D. Belau, Mrs. Dixon, D. Meininger, A. Preyost, C. Smith, J. Foos, J. Bailey, M. Cochran. ROW TXVO: M. Yearous, L. Yager, S. Schroeder, B. McNeal, V. Murphy, M. English, B. Tieman, j. Patten, R. Bowles. ROW THREE: G. Yearous, S. Olson, A. Lebsock, S. Gordon, S. Gunther, V. Bostron, R. Schlothauer, B. Morse, D. Brown. COLONIAL RESTAURANT UNESCO PRESIDENT Sandra Hoffman UNESCO's activities during this school year were the XVorld Festival and helping the Seventeens with the UNICEF drive, as well as many interesting meet- ings. ROW' ONE: J. Mathis, Vice-Presidentg S. Lebsock, Secre- tary. ROW' TVUO: T. Vaughn, Treasurer. UNESCO couNcn. 9 ROW ONE: J. Yager, K. Keagy, S. Lebsock, J. Mathis, T. Vaughn, A. Prevost, D. Yearous. ROW TWO: Mr. Carr, Mrs Snyder, Miss Turpin, Miss Donnell, Miss Work, Mr. Higgins, ROW' THREE: D. Bath, J. Ott, S. Parker, B. Yearous, M Christensen, C. Pipho, J. Varner, B. Younkin. PATTERSON HARDWARE CO. FRIENDSHIP CORPS PRESIDENT Sharon Parker The Friendship Corps is one Division of UNESCO They exchange and display scrapbooks, photographs and articles of interest from each country. ROW ONE: L. McFarland, Secretary: B. Yearous, Treas- urer. ROW TWO: V. McCorkle, Vice-President. ROW ONE: S. Lapp, S. Dion, B. Nelson, A. Campbell, V. McCorkle, Mrs. Snyder, B. Yearous, L. McFarland, L. Ficken, L. Townsend. ROW TWO: B. Patzkowsky, S. Littlefield, S. Zimmerman, J. Yager, Y. Taylor, D. Marick, J. Cumming, P. Schlundt, F. Osborn, E. Yearous, M. Hall. ROW THREE: B. Yearous, K. Work, C. Houghan, K. Weichhand, P. Gibson, L. Lauck, C. Bloedorn, S. Harris, D. Moeller, L. Hayes. B 8: B WESTERN WEAR MORGAN OIL AND SUPPLY HUMAN RELATIONS PRESIDENT Maia Christensen Human Relations is an organization with 30 mem- bers that may participate in the U.N. Assembly Day, and the World Festival Program. It works in cooperation with the Seventeens in the UNICEF drive. It also has its bi-weekly programs. ROXV ONE: S. Schrocher, Secretary-Treasurer: A. Schulz, Vice-President. ROW ONE: K. Palasty, C. Chaney, L. Yager, A. Schultz, Miss Turpin, C. Pipho, S. Schroeder, J. Foos, J. Palmer, V. Murphy. ROW TWO: B. Kato, C. Bickers, R. Work, S. Lebsock, S. Becker, D. Meyer, J. Gies, J. Stewart, C. Weimer, L. Nelson. ROW THREE: A. Lebsock, M. Pauls, C. Hergenreter, M. Patten, P. McGraw, J. Carruth, P. Lawrey, L. English, L. Boone. ROW FOUR: J. Lingle, S. Weimer, L. Jung, K. Stroh, M. Eastman, S. Berryhill, T. Vaughn, G. Haffke. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS PRESIDENT Judy Varner International Relations is an educational organization that studies the problems of the world today. Throughout the year the people in this group attend conferences such as those at Denver University and in Boulder. ROW ONE: D. Meininger, Secretary. ROW TWO: R. Bain, Vice-Presidentg D. Bath, UNESCO Council Representa- tive. ROW ONE: L. Vllilliams, D. Griffin, D. Bath, Mr. Higgins, Miss XVork, R. Bain, V. Bostron, M. English, D. Belau, R. Bowles. ROW TWO: C. Neal, N. Keagy, J. Ledford, S. Linker. J. Mathis, J. Waln, E. Foos, C. Smith, J. Conklin, N. Schnegelberger. ROW THREE: C. French, J. Varner, G. Rickey. J. Sagel, D. Hubert, M. Borchardt, J. Katzenbarger, M. Huey, R. Mowrer, J. Berryhill, K. Taylor. ROW FOUR: J. Hay. G. Pumphrey, J. Pumphrey, M. Cyprian, M. Karbach, G. Cooper, S. W'arren. J. Ott, B. Younkin. DU-AL LAUNDROMAT AND DRY CLEANERS MORGAN CYCLE SHOP OLYMPICS PRESIDENT Dick Yearous The studying and passing of information about the Olympic games and other sports of international im- portance are the main objectives of the the twenty- four members of Olympics. P. Lewis, Secretary, R. Schlothauer. Treasurer. NOT SHOXVN: J. Smith. Vice-President. l ROW ONE: D. W'illian1s, P. Hultguist, B. Tieman, R. Schlothauer, j. Smith, Mr. Carr. A. Prevost, P. Lewis, E. Kauffman K. Kosman, I.. Roberts, j.Shea. ROW TXWO: C. Williams, K. Martin, J. Bostron, N. McCorkle. D. Tibbets, T. Moerdiiat, S Johnson, K. Longnecker, B. Tucker, j. Hancock, J. Patten, R. Lauck. ROW' THREE: P. Armstrong, K. Coffin, C Vannest. M. Eastman, E. Green, E. Bottoms, J. Stewart, T. Montel. R. Carnahan, S. Sailsbery, B. Nichols, G. Whittenburg ROXV FOUR: M. Cochran, S. Urban, S. Vfhitcomb, J. Wickham, B. Braden, B. Keagy, K. Perizzolo, D. Deck, D. Kruger XY". Scott. B. Redman, R. Scott. ROW FIVE: D. Henderson, jf Meininger, D. McReynolds, R. Brooks, J. Hartman, B. Thiel B. Dorn. K. Stull. I.. Schlagel. G. Kloberdanz, R. Wunsch, 1. Shippey. FORT MORGAN NURSERY STICKNEY'S x 1 A.V.A. OPERATORS ROW ONE: S. Green, L. Weimer, J. Moore, D. Zarbock, G. Torrez, V. Goetz, S. Rosener, P. Meininger. ROW TWO: J Hamilton, R. Trujillo, D. Brown, L. David, J. Dick. ROW THREE: F. Juarez, G. Forbes, R. Bohl, D. Luhrs, C. Midcap ROW FOUR: R. Ruppel, D. Lebsock, J. Patten, D, Poe, T. Vaughn, R. McCracken, Mr. Higgins. FIRE SQUAD ROW ONE: M. Stark, T. Price, T. Frasco, J. Randels. ROW TWO: S. Rosener, Mr. Hayes, J. Duncan. ROW THREE: C. Bratrsovsky, B. Dorr. VIC'S PAINT AND GLASS ETTA'S CHILDRENS SHOP LIBRARY STAFF ROW ONE: Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Palmer, J. Hancock, L, Yager, V. Jones, G. Rogers, J. Bostron, J. Bloomgran, J. I-Ienness, J. Johnson. OFFICE STAFF ROW ONE: Mrs. Reagan, Mrs. Malone. ROW TWO: C, Schaffer, S. Hoffman, J. Bailey, J. Foos, S. Lebsock, J. Rasmussen, M. Allen, K. Priesienclorf, S. Baumgartner. ROW THREE: K. Clayton, C. Wozney, S. Gollehon. J. Palmer. C. Pipho, L Thomas, L. Jung, S. Becker. POE'S PRODUCE FORT MORGAN MILLS P. A. BOYS ROW ONE: J. Hazlip, J. Wacker, J. Buxman. ROW TWO: J. Smith, B. Bristol, R. Bowles. SAFETY SQUAD ROXX' ONE: W. Hurlock, T. Griffith, H. Lewis, R. Campbell, L. Mese. ROW TWO: C. Smith, L. David, S. Green, R Bohl. ROXV THREE: R. Webb, D. Luhrs, I.. Schott. MORGAN COUNTY IMPLEMENT CO. ROBISON FLOWERS ? USHER SQUAD ROW ONE: j. Foos, D. Meinenger, C. Spicer. ROW TWO: B. Jones, J. Granere, K. Mese, J, Reagan, Mrs. Pratt. STAGE CREW ROW' ONE: B. Macneal, Mr. Dion, C. Smith. ROW TWO: S. Highfield, L. Wolfe, B. Macneas, T. Pattern, ROW THREE H. Berryhill, B. Jenkins, C. Snydol. JOHNSON-ACHZIGER GAS AND EQUIPMENT EAKER'S ifffmfv-.w : . . ,... - - v --,, 4- z, fu 1-it-zz-zawla15.-,pa . MAROON DENNIS BELAU Q. MR. an MAROON 1 cl MISS ATTENDANTS Jenny Diane Kay Jerry Phyllis Jeanne Patty Bailey McCloud Clayton Cnafield Mayfield Scheneman Lewis Sharon Sharon Barbara Sue Judy Millsap Lebgoqk Conley Gollehon Palmer SENICR Judy G,-HY . Don Florence Judy Varner Llmefleld Hale Patten Rassmussen Gwen Sharon Nicky Sandy Tex Butch Sheryl Rogers Hoffman Davey Hoffman Griffith Baker Becker Margie Joyce Judy Clara John Connie Linda Allen Mathis Lingle Alonzo Tagge Rimclels Tl10lTlilS Charlene Mary Ellen Maia Carol Shirley Schaffer Cochran Christensen W'ozney Gunther SNAPS Judy Sharon Sandy Annette Shirley Hinerman Dobner Linker Prevost Margritz Carol Anita Kathy joy Gloria Lorie SMH Pi pho Lebsock Preisendorf Childers Thiel ' DOW Sch Y Oedf' 1' 9 FMHS CONCERT CHOIR Eileen Foos AVIATION Mike Foster MEGAPHONE Don Schultz F.T.A. Sandy Gordon LATIN CLUB F.H.A. Carolyn McFarland Barbara Reagan OUTSFFXNDING MORGAN HIGH SINGERS Sandy Hoffman HUMAN RELATIONS Armin Schulz G.A.A. Kathy Preisendorf SALUTES INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS David Bath UNESCO STUDENT COUNCIL Jerry Schlothauer MEGAPHONE Vic Bostron PACEMAKER Judy Varner STUDENTS COUNCIL Maia Christensen Deborah Meininger DEBATE Norman Schnegleberger BAND Gretchen Yearous THESPIANS PEP CLUB Evy Kauffman F.F.A. Don Brandt STAGE Carl Smith v P E E a s if K H Q 'Q E a n 'C E E 'I 's 3. E i: Q ka T: E -1- 5. 'D N N 32 E .., F 'Q sl P1 A E E 2 R E :- E 5 S if FZ E! :-' fl ii R 2 Q4 '. RET-hifi'hl11'l6.'E'5-XHWNLKINT-?IhNS"QQTn'.'lN'kKKYR5.5LvX5X.'EENC'XPMXVPKHKXYQNQWMH-YQRWLDAKYFLMXYZ'PX HiKY5TEi'lH?'l+I'l'5.'i.'EAi.'kxY'1-Fi?1iK5iSh9'LYE.KCiP2In12oZ-f-T'1'I!?l'1'I'H'3YuhYBcT'n'i2-k1sNHT'X.k!bTfH1-fb' n1b2dfY9T-1.231312 'a 5' S S: Q ge 3: rf :Q if I2 if -2 E 0 . . 1 S qi ?i if .1 S: Ei ra Si F 2? rf: EG -g, 'E 24 9:5 155 ESE E . S 'E ES' 4 56 -2 .55 F22 E25 it 721 ffl E: '-1 5 fs 3'-. fzi W! Am xx .X 1 elm QAM .ww F .: sig? Q E 1 X S A 2 E 2 , E' ,if X'-lx K Q xx, i A A I wk r N-. N fi fi., fp gg S if HOMECOMING Qusm BARBARA CONLEY 2 55 E 553 Sf 5 5 5 S! F ii s 3 fi ii E EE L Q 5 if Q 5 lzqggg-31,49 . 1 ' ' , HOMECCMING ACTIVITIES Judy Varner--Terry Vaughn Barbara Conley--Jim Smith Deborah Meininger-Martin English Annette Prevost-John Tagge Jenny Bailey-Don Hale The Homecoming festivities began with a huge bonfire and burning of a Trojan dummy. The student body was led in cheers at the football field by the cheerleaders, and the M-club boys led the snake- clance downtown. Friday night, despite the rain, the Maroon -football team played a spirited game and the pep-club and townspeople cheered them on. The queen candidates were presented at half-time. Theme of the 1962 Homecoming Dance was "Autumn Interlude." Music was provided by the "Con- tinentals" of Brighton. During intermission Barbara Conley was crowned queen, and Pat Brown, Judy Carruth, the Morgan High Singers and Joyce Buxman provided entertainment. The queen and her court ' - The crowd is gone, but the fire burns on. The Morgan High Singers perform. Homecoming band-Continentals "I REMEMBER MAMA" SENIOR CLASS PLAY DIRECTOR MRS. MARY DIXON "ML Hyde left M5 b00k5-U "But m0st of all I remember Mama." Do you know any swear words ?" "Trina Wants to get married." Katrin ,,,,. Mmm: ,, Papa . ,,,,...., , Dagnmr Cl7l'i.lfjl16 ,, Mr. H yde .,,,.,. Ne!! , , ...... ., Amit Trina ,,,.... Aunt Sigria' .,.... Aunt jemzy ...,. Unrle Cbrif ,,.,.. A ll'7ommz ,,,..., CAST Mr. Tborkelron ....r,, Dr. 1017111011 .... Arne . ........,,. . A ATlll'J6 .,..,..,... Another N urre ,,,... ....,,.,, Soda Clerk .,,.,,, Mfzrlelme .................,....,...,.. Dorothy ,,,,.,,r Florenre Dmm Moorlaead ....,.,.... Bellboy , ,..,.., .,.,,. ..,,, . , Unrle Elizabeth .,,,.,..,,,,,,.,, Ant. Director Propertie,r . .,... . Deborah Meininger Shirley Gunther Dennis Belau . Jenny Bailey Sara Schroeder Richard Schlothauer . . . Martin English Mary Ellen Cochran Judy Palmer jo Foos Bernard Morse Carol Pipho john Buxman Bill Tieman Martin Patten ,. Kay Clayton Shirley Baumgartner ee Dave Brown Annette Prevost . Evelyn Kauffman Sharon Olson jim Patten Cat furnished by Dick Yearous Linda Yager KaSandra Gordon l l HOLIDAY SPIRIT OVER- TAKES STUDENT Dancing around the corn shocks. Ag Martin and Lois indulge in newest dance craze. HALLOWEEN PARTY Dancing and games helped FMHS students to participate in a clean and sane Halloween. Sponsored by the Student Council, the party affords an enjoyable evening of fun. CHRISTMAS PROGRAMS Again the music departments helped to boost the Christmas spirit by presenting their annual vocal and instrumental programs. Under the direction of Mr. Jarboe and Mr. Barrows, these groups lend themselves well to the holiday season. FMHS Band program Concert Choir entertains PEP-M DANCE Refreshments Initiates SWEETHEART DANCE Linda English Byron Plumley and Carol Lebsock Cindy Weimar Onnie Prevost and Kenny Bath and Leo Weber SADIE HAWKINS WEEK AND THE SOC HOP The Age of Innocence The cake sale! of Decorating tor the dance Denna and Leo The slave cage Auctioneer Malone Lazy-Bones ! ATHLETICS MANAGERS: Gerry Thiel, Terry Carlock Xwyndon Hutlock Gale Mekelburg COACH: STAN LAMPE I 7UL Rick Campbell Ralph Braden Hdlfbafk G"f'd N ickv Davey End Hnlfback Robert Barnes Tackle C enler Gary Littlefield Hnlfbnrk Gordon Moeller Tackle Jean Griffith Halfback V 'af-.1 s ux Richard Bowles ' G d ,':, i I Xi- 'mr Eugene Goldsworth U M wx Tarkle ' A Y N'-"3e. 7, 5 .f ,J 1 -' awww: Lonnie Trautman Tarkle 1963 David Schantz Quarterback Carl Comer C enter MANAGERS: Bill Nichols, Bob Youn Howard Lewis kin' Guard Fred Searle Bob Tatton E nd Dennis Belau End Larry Lenhardt H alfbark SQUAD End Jim Smith Fullback Wayne Kellogg Fullbark Richard Lauck Qwfffbafk COACH: JIM FOULKS 2 Q ,- fm --,tif . A L H. . ' f . J A and B SQUADS RONV l: E. Goldsworth, N. Davey, G. Littlefield, J. Smith. VU. Hurlock, D. Belau, T. Griffith, H. Lewis, B. Barnes, R. Bowles. ROW 2: G. Mekelburg, W. Kellogg. B. Tatton, G. Moeller, C. Comer, L. Trautman, R. Braden, D. Franks, L. Lenhart, F. Searle. ROW' 3: R. Lauck. D. Slmntz, R. McCraken, D. Malone, J. Conley, G. White, M. Snyder, R. Campbell, B. Plurnley, S. Urich. ROXV Mi: G. Nation, K. XVayne, S. Ellegoocl, R. Stark, B. Macneal, C. Cowen, W. Pratt, J. Duncan. A. Schlothauer, J. Roberts. ROW' 5: F. Golgart, D. Bailey, J. Schroeder, D, Mesmer, S. Rosener, D. Naven, D. Evans, L. N'i"eimer, L. Schott, D. Wfarner, D. Pollock. ROW' 6: fCoacl1esJ Mr. Lampe, Mr. Foulks, Qhianagersj B. Younlcin, T. Carlock, R. Edwards, G. Rickey, fManagersJ B. Nichols, J. Theil, QCoachesJ Mr. Malone, Mr. Marrs. FRESHMAN SQUAD ROW' 1: J. Wfilliams, Craig Vannest, G. Alexander. C. Smith, E. Green, K. Coffin, Chris Vannest, D. XVilliams. ROW 2: S. Enfante. D. Butterfield. J. Davey, J. Hale, R. Carnahan, R. Brooks, T. Ponce, D. McCraken, D. Gibson. ROV' 5: D. Miller, B. Caulkins, R. Reider, J. Araujo, D. Urban. J. Stewart. J. Meininger, D. McReynolds. ROW' 4: G. Tiedgen. D. Bristol, M. Eastman, M. McDaniel, B. Theil, B. Redman, T. Montel, R. Cooper, L. Wager. ll2 "B" SQUAD COACHES FRESHMAN COACHES MR. MARRS MR. MALONE MR. PFIEFER "B" SQUAD SUMMARIES FORT MORGAN .,,,.,., ........, FORT MORGAN ,.,,..,. ..... FORT MORGAN .,S.,,., ......F., FORT MORGAN ,,...... ..,.. FORT MORGAN ....,... ,.,., FORT MORGAN ......,. ....,.... FORT MORGAN ........ ..,,,.,., FORT MORGAN FORT MORGAN .... FORT MORGAN FORT MORGAN FORT MORGAN FROSH Aff "ff 6 STERLING ........,,,.., ,..,,,. FORT COLLINS LONGMONT ...... ..,,.,. LOVELAN D ..,..... ..,.... LOVELAND .....,.. ,,,,,,, GREELEY ........ STERLING ....,. SUMMARIES STERLING ............ ....... LONGMONT , ..... ....... LOVELAN D ........ ....... GREELEY ........ STERLING ...EI.w. BUSINESS. MART MR. BRINKMEYER Il3 ON FIELD ACTICN THE QS H' Lewis R. Darby G. Moeller D. Bailey C. Baltazar 5. Uhrich B. Thiel L. Lujan J. SChl'0CdCl' Wagnet C- Comer T. Benitez J. Schott L. David II6 M. Pauls B. Baumgartner D. Brown L. Columbia. R. Edwards E, Cheevefg L. Christensen R, johnson D. Schauermann F. Anderson B. Bristol L. Ruibal B. Torrez K. Waln II7 FIRST ROW: J. Weimer, L. Ruibal, G. Osborn, J. Davey, M. Mares, G. Kloberdanz, K. Coffin, S. Jaurigui, D Meyer. SECOND ROW: D. Calkins, D. Baumgartner, M. Brady, L. Loose, R. Anderson, G. Nations, K. Murrow, S Rosener. The Maroon grapplers, with only a few returning lettermen, have displayed mounting individual ability and determination to win. They deserve the school's recognition for a fine season. Next year should be an encouraging one, for over half of the Squad will be returning. Good luck next year, boys! Coach Pfeifer Coach Lampe MANAGERS: Vlayne Kellogg Bob Younkin TENNIS jack Berryhill John Conklin Terry Vaughn -Q35 .,. E? FIRST ROW: Coach Higgins. SECOND ROW: A. Graham, J. Hancock. THIRD ROXV: D. Bird, G. Haffke, J. Conklin. FOURTH ROW: S. Sailsberry, J. Berryhill, T. Vaughn, R. Mowrer. Morgan ......... Morgan ......... Morgan ,........ Morgan ......... Morgan ..,...... Morgan ......... Morgan ......... SUMMARIES Aurora Longmont Boulder .. Ft. Collins Greeley .. Englewood Sterling ., Richard Mowrer George I-Iaffke Coach Higgins I I9 TERRY VAUGHN IWFJIQIEJIJ 4, A RICHARD LAUCK GALE MEKELBURG GILBERT TORREZ HAROLD GETTMAN WEE DALE POE IKE IEE JOHN TAGGE GARY WHITFENBURG Wig DENNIS BELAU JIM SMITH ii 77 FIRST ROW: A. Schlothauer, D. Schantz, D. Malone, R. McCracken, 1. Littlefield, L. Hunt. SECOND ROW: R. Tennant, B. Tatton, M. Snyder, F. Searle, S. Sailsbery. The spirits of MAROON followers were lifted january 12 with the stupendous victory over Love- land, 65-48, which ended a. twenty league game losing streak for the MAROONS. The following week the MAROONS stayed in pace by defeating Sterling 62-55 on their home court. A loss to the Lambkins was a heartbreaking one, for the MAROONS had hovered on the verge of a mighty upset during the fourth quarter, but fell before a last minute surge by Ft. Collins to lose 57-55. 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