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

 - Class of 1964

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S Q ACTIVITIES ..... .... 1 oe AH-ILEHCQ ........ .... 1 11 ADMINISTRATION .... .... 1 22 ....... ...... J UDY WRJGI-rr Awwtaat Editmf ...... ..... D EDE HUBEI21' Aduisofv .......... ..... M121 . l-MXIZOLD LEE FORT MORGAN I-HGH SCHOOL FORT MORGAN COLORADO 3.0 goal set by those who are travelmg upon 1t. traveled pathway. forks m thxs pathway-each leadmg to some unpayed, so are :pany pathways to DEDICAITON It is an honor to pay tribute to one who has become such a genuine part of Fort Morgan High School. His in- terest and eagerness to help fall students is known to all who have come under his influence. Because he means so much to so many, we the Pacemaker staff dedicate the 1964 Pacemaker to Mr. Claude Higgins jr. Besides his regular English classes he has taken an active part as a sponsor of UNESCO, A.V.A. Operators, Ten- nis, and Golf. MR. CLAUDE HIGGINS ig-N.. 'S-Ju: In High School In College XX th F l ': 'f 353:92 5552 I5 ' 1 X25 1 Y ff mdk 53,3 P F gig! s JL Q Q N K 1 , .' D' "gf -f'- V A s:,Q I 5 Q Gi ' fl lg, R 'K S ADVISOR Mr. Harold Lee EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Judy Wfright B. Tucker, D. Tibbets, K. Wfeichhand 4 M. Yearous, L. Nelson, typists R. Bain, Bus. Mgr. PA KEI21 J. Hay, M. Cyprian, M. Foster Head photog- rapher Dede Hubert iii Elvin in PW1 ' ba' . L e 1 fr .E 6 5 rj. X ' EQ. ,r S 1' ' sf- ff .fi -ka-,AQJQ " "Q 'TLA-' .. K "A , " -fli, ' ' 153-,llii V Doty Leonard M. Gronstal, XViCkh1m, Stew- nrt, M, Eastman f . '-' vi ii FQH: A' gif: sf Lois Wfeisgerber C. Vondy, S. Nebb, M. Borchardt J. Carruth S. Harris. C, Blocdorn, S. Johson, K, XVrigl1t 3 r ,fi Jf l . V Q C7 I nf if x ' .--. vb- WF' 'A 1,. ' Shari Berryhill K. Longnecker. M. Year- ous, K. Martin -li'-cicul Steve Wfarren 5 1 UF-E IN F.M.l-I. . Look out, here we come, Hip-Hip I-Ioorahl GO, team. go They used to call me fats, NVe have our own Beatles :'..,1,.1--,.v-as L: 4 'f wx' we gn Adolescence seeks revenge from master on green bench 1 591' 6 but never more. . 1t",3t'ii' HW: A S5 ,fzX,,,i- X Q' vi st' F.M,H.S. xxx' i l f 5 is QENIO " an ir gif DEANNA ALLEN NANCY ALONZO "Neat, sweet, and hard to beat." "All will agree, lovely is she." SENIOR SANDRA BAILEY RICHARD BAIN SHARON BAKER "Happy am I, from care set free." "Quality, not quantity." "There's a light of happiness in her eyes." HOWARD BARNTS DAVID BATH KENNY BATH A good time now is worth two in the "The noblest mind he carries, that ever "Full of eternal goodness." future." governed man." Cf-ASQ MARY BENITEZ "What sweet delight a quiet life affords" SHARI BERRYHILL "She walks in beauty." -- LINDA BATSON If closer, in her you'll find a true friend." Y' ROBERT BENNETT "Firmness is commonly successful." BARBARA BEVER "A quiet person always has quality." "'4'k'iv- ROGER BAUER "He who thinks for himself is a free man." JA CK BERRYHILL "He's bound to succeed no matter what he undertakes." DALE BIRD "I mean to make myself a man." 9 DONNA BLAKE "A winning smile and a heart full of happiness." DALLAS BOWLES "Such master, such man." REGINA BRATRSOVSKY A "She knows how to be happy." I0 PHYLLIS BLECHA JOAN BLOOMGREN "With a smile for everyone, she goes on "Whatever she does. she does with ease her way." V- ,, J BETTY BRACK GARY BRACK Not only good, but good for some- "He keeps his thoughts to himselff thing." KAREN BRETEY DON BRANDT "To know her, is to like her." "Agriculture for an honorable man is the best occupation." LYNN CANFIELD "A persons character is but half formed till after marriage." ROBERT CLAPP "The actions of men are the best inter- preters of their thoughts." DALE CALKINS "Not a care in the world." PETE CARLSON "My youth may wear and waste but it shall never rust."' CARL COMER "He who has a firm will molds the world to himself." .,i JUDY CAMPBELL "A sunny nature, a happy heartg joy is her motto, friendship her art." 'ini ELDWIN CHEEVER "Theres mischief in this man." KAREN COMER "Always willing to do her part." JOHN CONKLIN DONNA CRABILL The Way of a man is three-fold- "Her actions mark her meek as a lamb, virtuous, wise and bold " but actions are deceiving." ARCHIE CRISP MIKE CURTIS LARRY CYPRIAN "Politeness is the key to lightness." "I consider girls a necessary part of my "One who says little and thinks much." education." DAVID DALRYMPLE APRIL DANIELS RENEE DICKMAN "King of his realm of Silence." "I'm good, I'm quiet, let others try it." "She's efficient and her work is always well done." I2 ,a yn X CHARLES DORR MAXANN EASTMAN "For he is honest, and noble." "But to know her is to like her." 'lf'-' KATHRYN EDWARDS ROBERT EICHER FRED FABRICIUS "Liked by all though only here a short "I would enjoy being wicked just oncef' "I'm just an ordinary human." time." 4 wif' E --fe-we ,-3, X gg K r. l iw!-'Wi' ' I NANCY FERGUSON JOSIE FLORES Y EILEEN FOOS Q "Peace at the Goal." "Always willing to do her part." "And there was music-a sound so Catch ing to the ear." I3 .-Ml R GARRY FORBES "One of the few who seem to take "I dream, and dreams come true they life seriously." say." '?'L MIKE FOSTER LOLA FOX DAN FRANKS "Every saint has abee in his halo." "I'll just sigh as the world goes by." "The man that loves and laughs must sure do well." DUANE FRITZLER BARBARA GEIST BONNIE GEIST "Innocence has a very short style." "The sweetest kind of bashfulnessf' "Women of few words are best." I4 l l fy , '53 V! G-, X W N A vie :ne I f HAROLD GETTMAN JUDY GIES FLOYD GOLGART "I have worked, and lived, and loved- "The heart of a girl is a wonderful "Why worry? Tomorrow has not ar- what more?" thing." riveclf' 'N JOAN GRANERE TERRY GREEN "To live in pleasure." "His ways are ways of quietness." MARY ALICE GRONSTAI. PATRICIA GRONSHOLZ "Nature is the creator of lovelinessf' "It's a friendly heart that has plenty of friends." DONNA GRIFFIN "She can live without music, poetry and walking, but she cannot live without talking." fi Devlin GEORGE HAFFKE "He'-s bound to succeed no matter what he undertakes." I 5 JAMES HAMILTON JEAN HARNED A man who tolerates can accomplish "Be good and you will be lonely." great things." JOYCE HARNED FRANK HART DORTHEA HEIDBRINK "A closed mouth catches no flies." "A tall youth, sparkling with musical "She spoke no evil word." ability." CLAUDIA HENSON CAROLYN HUBBELL DOROTHY JONES "Life is too short to be small." "Mine is happiness." "Hers are the characteristics of a happy woman." I6 RoBERTA JONES 'The strongest woman is she who stands alone." I X SOPHIA JUAREZ "A soul can never be quite still." MARY JAURIQUI "A simple life is its own reward." WAYNE KELLOG PATRICIA KIDD He who knows when to stop runs into "We do the darndest things." no danger." . . A VICTORIA JONES "She has the duty of being happy." ze- l JAMES KAUFFMAN "It takes a man to make a room silent." SHARON KIRK T "The most useful virtue is patience." I7 VERNA KIRK "A woman of honor knows no false pride." VINCENT LARA "Our portion of life is the whole thing for us." JEAN LEDFORD "It is always the secure who are humble." I8 SUSAN LAPP "She's a friend to all she meets." RICHARD LAUCK "Neglect nothing that can increase your stature " LARRY LENI-IARDT "His motto is to do and dare." DONNY LEBSOCK "Good temper is an estate for life DELORES LEONARD 'Youth is worth all this fun." Q23 SANDY LONG Happy creatures do not know a great deal about life." JULIE LIND "Little and good is twice good." GLORIA LOOSE "Learn from life and correct your mis- ' takes in living." 4-Ol' JAY LITTLEFIELD "Strong beliefs win strong men and then make them stronger." JEANNIE LOVENBURG 'The busy bee has no time for sorrow." fs." JOE LOZOYA DAVID LUKE ROSE LUNA If at first you succeed don't take any "Oh, but I'm happy." "Sincerity of a woman's self is oblique more chances." praise." I9 BILL MacNEAL l SHIRLEY MCCREERY "Fun is fill h21PPif16SS." "Tall, sweet, ancl always neat." LOUISE MCFARLAND GALE MEKELBURG A willing heart, a helping hand." "Oh! It is excellent to have a giant's strength." DIANA MEYER ROSEMARY MICHAEL "ASilf2r1tair0fdilisCHCf-" "Happiness is the supreme object of existence." 20 H64 Il KAREN MESE "Good taste is the flower of good sense." DAVID MIDCAP "Every man is a volume, if you know how to read him." 47,5 fqci 7s i 9 ? X zz'-' yg-EP 1 RICHARD MOORE 'Every place is safe, to him who lives in justice." VICKIE MURPHY O "To a young heart everything is fun." DWIGHT MILLER "Beholcl! The man." SHERYL MORRIS "Happy am I." DALE NABB "Have fun while you're young." LINDA MOORE 'The temple of our purest thoughts is silence." RICHARD MOWRER "I'll be there if you just tell me the of friends." 'wr-Y ,j I N 'em--w 1 v 4' 'O 'ii-?'?ff' , ' '21 SAM NAILL "No man is happy who does not think himself so." 21 GAROLD NATION W BARBARA NELSON 'I always study during my spare time." "The gift of deep dark silencesf' LINDA NELSON DALE NICHOLS "I always leave them laughing." "Silence is the essentialness of happi- ness." WILLIAM PAULS RICHARD PEASE Who heard the silence of my thoughts?" "Don't look my way, girls, I'm bashfulf' 22 Mm SHARON PARKER "Character is the real foundation of all worth." LESLIE PENNINGTON "We don't have enough time to premed- itate all our actions." M DIANA POE VIRGINIA POXVELL "When joy and duty clash, she chooses "My own thoughts are my companions duty." i ixhmia MARY POWERS JOAN REAGAN KAY RIDDLE The unspoken word never does harm." "She lives as quietly as she came." "She spoke no evil word." "'31"-.Z',""wf' X JOHN ROBERTS ROSINA RODARTE ROBERT ROGERS Either I will find a way or I will make "Paradise is open to all kind hearts."' "A little hit independent." one." EVELYN RUTJPEL "My life is made of words." RUDY SAILSBURY "Never measure a man in inches." ' BETTY RUSCH "We cannot fail in following nature." STANLEY SAILSBERY 'Sometime I'll have time to remember." ARDYCE SAMPSON A personality matched with the sparkle in her eyes." MIKE SAYLOR MARIETTA SCHAFFER SARA SCHEIRMAN I'll be there if you just tell me the "I live in a world of my own happiness." "Having fun is the spice of life." time." 24 459 4-av' JERRY SCHLOTHAUER 'The secret of success is constancy to purpose." FRED SEARLE "His standards are as great as he is tall." CHARLA SPICER "The world is filled with all s0rtS of lovely things if you just open your eyes." NORMAN SCHNEGELBERGER "He will succeed, for he believes all he says." . fi JIM SERVIN "Truly an example of a loyal and quali- fied person." GLORIA STARK "True beauty-" 'gm- ARMIN SCHULZ "Oh, here is a man with strong voice and feeling." HOMER SMITH "Oh give us the man who sings at his work." MICHAEL STARK "Cheerful men dislike the sad." 25 DONNA STEFFEN "Have faith, and your wish will Come true," SHERI STINNETTE "An appearance of delicacy is essential to beauty." DONNA TAYLOR "Don'l: we have more darn fun ?" JANICE STEWART 'Her eyes aglow with the happiness she knows." KAREN STROH "Music is said to be the speech of angels." '-w KEITH TAYLOR "If you don't know an answer, ask one who knows." lf 3X ROBERT TATTON "Laugh-the world laughs with you." RAYMOND TENNANT "To adore my maker, and my duty is to serve Him." 26 1 SUCCFS5' A' H LEE ANN TOWNSEND It is great folly to wish only to be wise." MARILYN TUCK 'She shares her sweetness with all who do the same." KAY TIMMONS ' 1 "Watch those blondes with the happy smiles." LONNIE TRAUTMAN "I've done my dutyg now I can find time for pleasure." TERRY VAUGHN 'What more can you ask for in a man?" I NANCY TOSLAND "Sincerity is found in few people." ,l 4, JOHN TRAYLOR "Much wisdom often goes with the few- est words." BEVERLY WARBOYS "I've found my joy that I'll live with forever." 27 1 V. . sr f .f .,a. ROBERT WATKINS CONSTANCE WATSON RONNIE WEBB "I am the master of my soul." "The normal is what you rarely find." "I have won every argument I ever had with myself." CYNTHIA WEIMER SANDY WEIMER LOIS WEISGERBER Her heart bubbles with joy, her eyes "A carefree heart." "True to her work, her Word, and her sparkle with laughter." friends." '--ur I -'- MARGARET WESTHOFF JANIE WILEY LINDA WILLIAMS "Beauty is indispensable." "Of all the qualities of an excellent "The woman with the new idea is the character, patience is enough." one who 511311 Succeed," X.. tvs JERRY WINCHESTER FRED WINGSTROM JUDITH WINGSTROM "Life is to be lived." "To think is to live." "Truly an example ofa duty fulfilled." .-Q, DIANE WOODBURN JUDY WRIGHT BEVERLY YEAROUS Her hilarious spirit is due to her large "One who does her own thinking and "Good things, when short, are twice quantity of humor." needs little advice." good." fm.. 'rf GLENN YEAROUS MAZIE YEAROUS JAY ZITTLE "XY!e always like those who like us." "What I value more than all things is "An educated man is one with the right good l1um0r." loves and hatredsf' 29 Left to right, FIRST ROW: Mrs McGraw, Mrs. Latta, SENIOR CLASS HISTORY Mrs. Snyder. SECOND ROW: Mr. Nelson, Mr. Ben- MOTTO1 "Ideals are like the stars- ner, Mr. Hergenrater. THIRD ROW: Mr. Dion, Mr. We never reach them, but like the Lampe, Mr. Dattri, Mr. Knight. Left to right, FIRST ROW: jerry Schlothauer. SECOND ROW: Kenny Bath, Judy Wingstrom, Sandy Weimer. mariners of the sea, We chart our course by them." OFFICERS: FRESHMAN: President, Terry Vaughn Vice-Pres., Larry Lenhardt Sec.-Treas., Mary Alice Gronstal SOPHOMORE: President, Terry Vaughn Vice-Pres., Larry Lenhardt Sec., julie Lind Treas., Mary Alice Gronstal JUNIOR: President, Larry Lenhardt Vice-Pres., Terry Vaughn Sec., Diana Poe Treas., Mary Alice Gronstal SENIOR: President, jerry Schlothauer Vice-Pres., Kenny Bath Sec., Judy Wingstrom Treas., Sandy Weimer Things that we'll remember . . . "those senior parties," getting ready for the prom, Polynesian Paradise, the big night of "Junior Miss," our junior class play. SPONSORS: Mr. Knight, Mr. Nelson, Mr. Dat- tri, Mr. Dion, Mrs. McGraw, Mr. Lampe, Mrs. Snyder, Mr. Benner, Mr. Hergenrater, Mrs. Latta. DEANNA ALLEN GAA 1. 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3: Choir 1, 2, Usher Squad 4. NANCY ALONZO FHA 1. 2: GAA 4: Pep Club 1, 2. 3, 4, Tri-Lingual 4, Choir 4. SANDRA BAILEY Pep Club 3, Choir 1, 2, Megaphone Staff 3, 4. RICHARD BAIN Latin Club 1, UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4, I, R. Vice Pres. 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, Basketball 1, Alpha 1. 2. 3, Pacemaker Staff 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4, One Acts 1, 4, Class Play 4, Thespians 4. SHARON BAKER FTA 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Staff 4. HOXWARD BARNTS Vocations 4. DAVID BATH Latin Club 1, Debate 2, 3, 4, Semi-Finalist for Exchange Student 4, Student Council 2, 3, Alpha 1, 2, Sportsmanship Evaluator 4, Student Body Vice, Pres. 4. KENNETH BATH Aviation Club 3, 4, Seventeens 3, Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 4, Student Council 4. LINDA BATSON Transfer from Woiiiing. Okla. 4, Choir 4, Morgan High Singers 4, Seventeens 4. ROGER BAUER Aviation 1, 3, Pres. 3, Choir 2, Baseball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, Wrestling 1, 2, Safety Squad 3, 4. MARY BENITEZ GAA 3,41 Pep Club 4. ROBERT BENNETT FFA 1: Baseball 3, Stage Crew 1, 2. JACK BERRYHILL Debate 1, 3, 4: One Acts 1, Class Play 3, Thespians 3, 4, UNESCO 1, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Choir 3, 4, Morgan High Singers 3, 4, Tennis 1, 3, 4, Golf 3, Alpha 1, 3, Boys' State 3, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Student Council 1, 3. 4, Chorus 1. SHARI BERRYHILL Debate 2, FTA 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4, Thes- pians 3, 4, Pacemaker Staff 2, 3, 4, Homecoming Queen Candidate 4, Student Council Altr. 2, 3.1 BARBARA BEVER Seventeens 1. 2. 3, 4, Choir 3, Chorus 4. DALE BIRD Basketball 1, 2, One Acts 4. DONNA BLAKE GAA 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Sweet Sixteens 2, One Acts 2, Dctr. Class Play 4. PHYLLIS BLECHA GAA 2, 3, 4. JOAN BLOOMGREN Pep Club 2, 3, 4. DALLAS BOWLES Biology Award 2, Stage Crew 1. BETTY BRACK FHA 1, Pep Club 1, 2. GARY BRACK Baseball 1, Stage Crew. DONNIE BRANDT FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Seventeens 3: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Singers 4. REGINA BRATRSOVSKY FHA 1, 2, GAA 3. 4: Latin Club 3. KAREN BRETEY FTA 3, Pep Club 1. 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Show Band 3, 4. DALE CALKINS Aviation 3, 4, Sec. 4, Band 1, 2, Baseball 3, Basketball 1, Football 1, Track 11 Wfrestling 3. JUDY CAMPBELL GAA 1. 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Usher Squad 4. PETE CARLSON FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Dance Band 2, 3, Show Band 2 3, Golf 3, 4, Safety Squad 4, Student Council Rep. 2, 3. JERALD CARTER Latin Club 2. 3, Tennis 3, Alpha 4, Class Play 4. ELDXWIN CHEEVER Band 1, 2, 3, 41 Football 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 2, 3, 4. BOB CLAPP Aviation 3, 4, FTA 1, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Foot- ball 3, Achievement Roll 2. CARL COMER "M" Club 3, 4: Football 1, 2, 51 Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4. KAREN COMER GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pacemaker Staff 3, 4, Usher Squad 4. JOHN CONKLIN Latin Club 1, Club 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Harmonaires 2, Morgan High Singers 3, 4, Bas- ketball 1, 2, Tennis 1, 2, 3, Alpha 1, 3, 4, Nat'l Honor 3, 4, Megaphone Staff 1, Student Council 2. DONNA CRABILL Pep Club 1, 2, UNESCO 1, 2. ARCI-IIE CRISP Aviation 2. MIKE CURTIS Aviation 3, FTA 4, Latin 1, UNESCO 1, Chess Sec. 31 Chflif 1, 2, 3, Harmonaires 2, Football 1, Thespians 4, Safety Squad 4, Class Play 4. LARRY CYPRIAN Aviation 3, Latin Club 1, 2, Tri-Lingual 4, Alpha 1, 2, 3 4. DAVID DALRYMPLE APRIL DANIELS GAA 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Thespians 4, Class Play 4. RENEE DICKMAN Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, GAA 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Seven Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha 1, 2, 3, Achievement Roll 4. 32 m aims 7 BOB DORR Aviation 31 Debate 43 FFA 1, 2. 3: Latin lg Alpha 1, 3, 45 Achievement Roll 2: Fire Squad 1. 2. 3. 4, Fire Chief 4, Student Council 2, TNIAXANN EASTTWAN GAA 1: Pep Club 1, 2. 3. -lg UNESCO 1, 3, 4g Choir 1, 2, 3. 4g Pacemaker Staff 4: FTA 3, 4. KATHRYN EDXVARDS Transfer from Keenesburg 4g Pep Club 4. BOBBY EICHER FFA 1. 2. 3: Chess 41 Baseball 2. 3, 4. FRED FABRICIUS Vocations 2. 3. 4. NANCY FERGUSON GAA 13 Pep Club 1. 2, 3. 41 Seven Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Choir 2, 3. 4: Morgan High Singers 3. 43 Sweet Sixteens 2: Alpha 1. 2. 33 Achievement Roll 43 Girls' State Altr. 3. JOSIE FLORES Usher Squad 4. ELIEEN FOOS Pep Club 2. 3: Seven Teens 1. 2, 4g UNESCO 1, 2, 3g Band 1. 2, 3. -l: Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Morgan High Singers 3, 41 Sweet Sixteens 2: Alpha 1. 2: Achievement Roll 43 Council Altr. 1. 2g Pacemaker Staff 3. GARRY FORBES SANDRA FORD GAA 1. 2, 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Choir 2. 3g Treble Choir 41 Twirler 3. 4: Achievement Roll 2. MIKE FOSTER Aviation 2. 3. 4, Vice Pres 3. Pres. 4, Debate 3, 43 Latin 3. 4. Vice Pres. 4, Megaphone Staff 41 Council 33 Class Play 4. LOLA FOX Transfer from Loveland: Pep Club 2. 4, Usher Squad 4, Mega- phone Staff 4. DAN FRANKS FTA 2, 33 "M" Club 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Show Band 1. 2, 3, 43 Combo 3. 4g Basketball 15 Foot- ball 1. 2, 3. 4g Track 1. 2. 3, 4. DUANE I-'RITZLER FFA 2. 3. 4. Rec. Sec. 2. Vice-Pres. 3. Pres. 4, Safety Squad 4. BARBARA GEIST GAA 1.13.41 Pep Club.12.3.4. BONNIE GEIST GAA 1.2. 3.4: Pep Club 1. 2 3. 4. HAROLD GETTMAN "M" Club 3 4. Sec. 4, UNESCO 4: Baseball 2. 3. 4, Basket- ball 1. 2, 3. 4: Football 1, 4. Track 1, Safety Squad 4. JUDY Gres FTA 3, 4. Parliamentarian -lg Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 1, 2. 3, 4g Achievement Roll 4g Student Council Altr. 4, Usher Squad 4. FLOYD GOLGART FFA 1. 2, 3, 43 Football 1. 2, Wfrestling 1. JOAN ORANERE GAA 1, 2, Alpha 1. TERRY GREEN Vocations 2, 3, 4, Sec. 2, 3, Pres. 4, Achievement Roll 4, Stage Crew 1. DONNA GRIFFIN FTA 3, GAA 1, Latin 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Band Council 4, Band News Corr. 4, Pacemaker Staff 3. MARY ALICE GRONSTAL SETA 5, 4, GAA 4, Latin 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4, UNESCO 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, Morgan High Singers 3, Sweet Sixteens 2, Class Treasurer 1, 2, 33 Thespians 3, 4, Council Rep. 2, 3, Class Play 3, 4, Queen Cand. 4. PAT GROSHOLZ GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4 UNESCO 2, Alpha 1, Achievement Roll 3, 4, Council Repi 1, 2, 3, 4, Out Standing Citizen Award 4. GEORGE HAFFKE Debate 2, Latin 1, 2, Club 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4 Corres. Sec. 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Morgan High Singers 3, 4 Harmonairs 2, Basketball 1, 2, Golf 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4 Alpha 1, 2, 3, Megaphone Staff 3, 4. JIM HAMILTON "M" Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 2, Safety Squad 4. JEAN HARNED Band 2, Show Band 2. JOYCE HARNED Pep Club 1 2, Seven Teens 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. FRANK HART Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Show Band 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Megaphone Staff 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Class Pl ay 3, 4. SHARON HEIDBRINK GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Seven Teens 2, 3. CLAUDIA HENSON Tri-Lingual Com. 3, Tri-Lingual Club 4, Alpha 2, 3. MANUEL HERNA NDEZ CAROLYN HU BBELL GAA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club MARY JAURIGUI Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cho DOROTHY JONES 1, 2, 3, 4. ir 2, Treble Choir 4. GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2. ROEERTA JONES FHA 2, GAA 2, 3. VICKI JONES Debate 3, 4, Pep Club 4, Editor 4. SOPHIE JUAREZ GAA 2. JIM KAUFEMAN FEA 1, 2. 1, 2, Seven Teens 4, Megaphone Staff WAYNE KELLOGG Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 23 Wrestling 1, 2, 3. PAT KIDD FTA 43 Pep Club 3, 43 Orchestra, 2, 3, 4. VERNA KIRK FHA 2, 3, 43 Choir 2, 3, 43 Morgan High Singers 3, 43 Sweet Sixteens 23 Freshman-Sophomore One Acts 23 Class Play 43 Thespians 4, SUSAN LAPP FHA 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Seven Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 UNESCO 3, 4. VINCENT LARA FFA 1, 23 Vocations 3, 43 Basketball 13 Track 1. RICHARD LAUCK "M" Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 43 UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 43 Olympics Pres. 4g UNESCO Council Treas. 43 Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Morgan High Singers 3, 43 Harmonaires 23 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 Foot- ball 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 43 Achievement Roll 2, 33 Boys' State 33 National Honor Soc. 3, 4. DON LEBSOCK FFA 2, 3, 4. JEAN LEDFORD Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Seven Teens 1, 2, 3, 43 UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Dance Band 1, 2, 3 43 Show Band 1 2, 3, 4. LARRY LENHARDT FFA 1, 23 Football 2, 3, 43 Track 13 Class Vice Pres. 1, 23 Pres. 4. DELORES LEONARD Aviation 43 FHA 13 GAA 1, 2, 4g Pep Club 43 Pom Pom Girl 43 Tri-Lingual 43 Choir 1, 23 Sweet Sixteens 23 Achieve- ment Roll 23 Megaphone Staff 43 Pacemaker Staff 4. JULIE LIND GAA 13 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Seven Teens 1, 2, 3, Sec.-Treas. 33 Alpha 1, 23 Achievement Roll 3, 43 Class Sec. 2g Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4. JAY LITTLEFIELD Transfer from New Raymer 33 FFA 3, 4, Treas. 3, Sentinel 43 Choir 3, 43 Morgan High Singers 3, 43 Boys Quartet 3, 43 Baseball 33 Basketball 3, 4. SANDRA LONG Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Dance Band 3, 43 Show Band 3, 43 Pep Band 3, 43 Pacemaker Staff 1, 2, 3, 4. GLORIA LOOSE JEANNIE LOVENBURG GAA 13 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4g Seven Teens 2. 33 Choir 2, 3, 43 Twirler 2, 3, 4. JOE LOZOYA DAVID LUKE Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Harmonaires 23 Baseball 1, 23 Thespians 4. ROSEMARY LUNA GAA 1, 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. BILL MACNEAL "M" Club 43 One Acts 1, 23 Class Play 3, 43 Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Golf Z, 3, 43 Thespians 1, 2, 3, 43 Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 43 Chess 3, 4, Pres. 4. SHIRLEY MCCREERY GAA 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. LOUISE MCFARLAND FHA- 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4, FTA 3, 4, Treas. 4, Pep Club 4, UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha 1, 2, 4. GALE MEKELBURG "M" Club 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, Track 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Safety Squad 2, 4. KAREN MESE FHA 2, GAA 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, Usher Squad 3, 4. DIANE MEYER FTA 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Seven Teens 1, 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4, Alpha 1, Achievement Roll 3, 4, Stu- dent Council Altr. 2, 3, 4. ROSEMARY IVIICI-IAEL GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Usher Squad 4. DAVID MIDCAP Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Harmonaires 2, Baseball 2, AVA 4. DWIGHT MILLER FFA 2, Track 1, Achievement Roll 2, AVA 4. LINDA MOORE RICHARD MOORE Aviation 1, Vocations 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Dance Band 2, 3, 4, Show Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, All-State Band 3, Baseball 1, 2, AVA 1. SHERYL MORRIS GAA 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4. VICKI MURPHY Debate 2, One Acts 1, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 3, 4, Achievement Roll 4, Thespians 3, 4, Sec. 4, Council Rep. 1, 2, FTA 3, 4, Pres. 4, Class Play 4. DALE NABB Basketball 1, Football 1, Track 1. SAM NAILL Vocations 2, Baseball 2, Basketball 3, Football 1, 3, Track 3, Wrestling 1, Fire Squad 2, 4, Safety Squad 4. GAROLD NATION Band 1, Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, Wrestling 3. BARBARA NELSON Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Seven Teens 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 1, Tri-Lingual 4, Choir 2, Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' State 3, Council Altr. 4. LINDA NELSON GAA 1, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, Pacemaker Staff 3, 4, Thespians 3, 4, Class Play 3, 4. DALE NICHOLS FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. SHARON PARKER Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Seven Teens 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. Friendship Corps 3, Tri-Lingua! 4, Alpha 1, 2, 3, Girls' State 3, Council Altr. 2, Rep. 4. BILL PAULS h Club 3, 4, Vocations 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Vice Pres. 4, Football 1, Safety Squad 4, AVA 2, 4. RICHARD PEASE Aviation 1, Chess 4, Treas. 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 43 DRUGS Band 3, 4, Show Band 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, Football 1, 2. LESLIE PENNINGTON FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. DIANA POE GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 FTA 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Head Twirler 2, 3, 45 Alpha 15 Achievement Roll 2, 3, 45 Girls' State 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Class Sec. 35 Student Body Sec. 4. VIRGINIA POWELL FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 4. MARY POXVERS GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2. JOAN REAGAN GAA 25 Pep Club 1, 25 UNESCO 1. KAY RIDDLE GAA 15 Pep Club 1, 25 Seven Teens 2, 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Sweet Sixteens 2. JOHN ROBERTS Transfer from Pueblo5 Basketball 35 Football 3, 45 Alpha 3. ROSINA RODARTE GAA 1, 2, 3,45 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4. ROBERT ROGERS Basketball 1, 25 Football 3, 4. EVELYN RUPPEL Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Seven Teens 1, 2, 35 UNESCO 15 Tri- Lingual 2. BETTY RUSCH GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 33 Usher Squad 4. RUDY SAILSBERRY Choir 2, 3, 4. STAN SAILSBURY Latin Club 15 "M" Club 45 UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 25 Basketball 1, 2, 35 Tennis 1, 2, 3, 45 Thespians 3, 45 One Acts 15 Class Play 3, 4. ARDYCE SAMPSON Transfer from X"Veldona5 FHA 4. MIKE SAYLOR UNESCO 15 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Choir 45 Morgan High Singers 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 15 Thespians 3, 45 Class Play 3, 4. MARIETTA SCHAEFFER GAA 2. 5, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4. SARA SCHEIRMAN GAA 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. JERRY SCI-ILOTHAUER Debate 2, Treas. 25 Latin 15 Seven Teens 2, 3, 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Alpha 15 Student Council Rep. 1, 25 Student Body Treas. 3. NORMAN SCHNEGELBERGER Debate 1 2, 3, 45 UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Play 45 Choir 1, 2, 3, 45 Morgan High Singers 45 Harmonaires 25 All- State Choir 45 Alpha 25 Basketball 1, 2, ARMIN SCHULZ Debate 1, UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4, H.R. Vice Pres. 3, Pres. 4, Tri-Lingual 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 3, 4, All State Choir 3, Harmonaires 2, Boys' Quartet 3, 4, Nat'l Honor Society 3, 4, Class Play 3, One Acts 4, Pacemaker Staff 2, 3, 4. FRED SEARLE Latin Club 1, Club 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 2, 3, 4, Tennis 1. JIM SERVIN Aviation Club 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 2, 4. HOMER SMITH Class Play 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Morgan High Singers 3, 4: Harmonaires 2, Boys' Quartet 3, 4. CHARLA SPICER FHA 2, Seventeens 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 43 Sweet Sixteens 2, Usher Squad 3, 4. GLORIA STARK GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Achievement Roll 4, MIKE STARK Aviation 1, 2, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Football 3, Safety Squad 4, Fire Squad 2, 3, 4, Student Council Rep. 3. DONNA STEFFEN FHA 2, 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Sweet Sixteens 2. JAN ICE STEXWART 38 Debate 2, FTA 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, UNESCO 2, 3, 4, H.R. Sec. 4, Choir 2, Alpha 1, 2, Pace- maker Staff 2, 4. SHERI STINNETTE FTA 3, 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Seven Teens 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Show Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Twirler 1, 2, 3, 4, Achievement Roll 4, Student Council Altr. 4 KAREN STROI-I Pep Club 2, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Morgan High Singers 3, 4, Swee Sixteens 2, Alpha 3, Achievement Roll 4. ROBERT TATTON "M" Club 3, 4, Tri-Lingual 4, Baseball 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Thespians 4, Class Play 3. DONNA TAYLOR GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Seven Teens 1. KEITH TAYLOR Latin Club 1, 2, UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 3, Stage Crew 1. RAYIVIOND TENNANT Class Play 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Morgan High Singers 3, 4, Harmonaires 2, Boys Quartet 3, 4, All-State Choir 3, Basketball 1, 2, 3. KAY TIMMONS FTA 3, 4, GAA 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Class Play 3, One Acts 4, Thespians 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Morgan High Singers 3, 4, Sweet Sixteens 2, Achievement Roll 2, 4, All-State Choir 4, Pacemaker Staff 2, 4, Homecoming Queen Cand. 4. t s NANCY TOSLAND GAA 1, 2, 5, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 53 Megaphone Staff 5, 4. LEE ANN TOXVNSEND Latin Club 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 43 Seven Teens 1, 2, 5, 43 Achievement Roll 4. LONNIE TRAUTMAN FTA 43 "M" Club 5, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 5, 43 Basketball 13 Foot- ball 1, 2, 5, 4. JOHN TRAYLOR Debayr 5. 4: UNESCO 43 Tri-Lingual. Pres. 43 Alpha 5, 4. MARILYN TUCK Pep Club 5, 43 Choir 5, 43 Achievement Roll 4. TERRY VAUGHN Latin Club 1, 2, Vice Pres. 23 "M" Club 2, 5, 43 UNESCO 1, 2, 5, 43 Treas. 53 Choir 1, 2, 5, 43 Morgan High Singers 5, 43 Harmonaires 23 Baseball 13 Basketball 1, 2, 5, 43 Tennis 1, 2, 5, 43 Track 53 Alpha 2, 5, 4g Boys' State 53 Nat'l Honor Society 5, 43 Class Pres. 1, 23 Vice Pres. 53 Student Body Pres. 43 Student Council Altr. 2, Rep. 5, 4. BEVERLY XVARBOYS GAA 1, 2, 3, -1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT WATKINS Aviation 23 Eire Squad 4. CON STANCE XVATSON CYNTHIA WEIMER Transfer from Weldona 23 Pep Club 5, 43 Cheerleader 2, 5, 4g UNESCO 5, 43 Choir 2, 5, 43 Student Council Rep. 5, 43 Student Body Sec. 43 Homecoming Queen 43 Achievement Roll 4. SANDRA XVEIMER FTA 5, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 43 UNESCO 1, 2, 5, 43 Choir 2, 5, 43 Sweet Sixteens 23 Morgan High Singers 43 Alpha 1, 2, 5, 43 Achievement Roll 43 Class Treas. 43 Student Council Rep. 4. LOIS XVEISGERBER FTA 5, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 4, Sec. 43 UNESCO 13 Student Council Rep. 5, 43 Alpha 1, 2, 53 Pacemaker Staff 5, 4. MARGARET WESTHOEF Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 43 Pom Pom Girl 43 UNESCO 43 Band 1, 2, 53 Pep Band 2, 51 Choir 2, 5, 43 Morgan High Singers 5, 43 Sweet Sixteens 23 All-State Choir 43 Thespians 43 One Acts 13 Class Play 53 Homecoming Queen Cand. 4. JANIE WILEY GAA 1, 2, 53 Usher Squad 4. LINDA XVILLIAMS Latin Club 13 Pep Club 1, 2, 5, 43 UNESCO 1, 2, 5, 4g Band 1, 2, 5, 4g Dance Band 5, 43 Show Band 5, 43 Choir 1, 2, 5, 43 Sweet Sixteens 23 Alpha 1, 2, 53 Student Council Altr. 13 One Acts 1. JERRY XVINCHESTER Vocations 13 Basketball 13 Football 1, 2. E RED WINGSTROM in ....,.....- 1 . 4- -L JUDY WINGSTROM GAA 13 Latin Club 1, 23 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 UNESCO 1, 2, 5, 43 Seventeens 2, 3, 4g Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Morgan High Singers 3, 43 Sweet Sixteens 23 Alpha 1, 2, 33 Achievement Roll 43 Nat'l Honor Society 3, 43 Class Sec. 43 Student Council Rep. lj Altr. 2. DIANN WOODBURN FTA 4, GAA 1, 2, 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 choir 2, 3, 43 Achievement Roll 4. JUDY WRIGHT Debate 23 Pep Club 2, 3, 43 Class Play 43 Thespians 43 Achievement Roll 2, 33 Pacemaker Staff 2, 3, 43 Editor-in-Chief 43 Student Council Altr. 4. BEVERLY YEAROUS FTA 43 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Seven Teens 2, 3, 43 UNESCO 1, 2, 3, 43 Tri-Lingual 4, Tres. 43 Alpha 1, 2, 3. GLEN YEAROUS FFA 1, 2, 3, 43 Tres. 43 Wrestling 13 Student Council Rep. 3, 4. MAIZIE YEAROUS Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 43 FTA 33 Choir 1, 2, 3, 43 Morgan High Singers 43 One Acts 13 Thespians 3, 4, Pres. 43 Pacemaker Staff 3, 4. SHARON YEAROUS FHA .2, 33 Seven Teens 2, 3, 43 Pep Club 33 Band 1, 2, 33 Achievement Roll 2. JAY ZITTLE Aviation 23 Latin Club 1, 23 UNESCO 13 Choir 2, 3, 43 Morgan High Singers 43 Alpha 1, 2, 3, 4. 1-4:1444-une. 441, Ww lu- 1-.-.wmwm-Wff..,.ff4-u.xm-n-Mawr ,-...- i l Mark Achziger Susan Albert Hope Alonzo Forrest Anderson Marilyn Anderson Ron Anderson Mary Araujo Chuck Baltazar Dave Bailey Lary Bauer Bill Baumgartner Carolyn Bickers JoAnn Binger Ed'Blecha Dave Bookhout Marilynn Borchardt Richard Brandt Bob Bristol Becky Brown Pam Bryant Amber Campbell Larry Calvert Lynda Carlock Judy Carruth Paul Carter Ron Cheney Marjie Chilson Larry Christensen f--V Mark Christensen Larry Columbia V47ilma Cook jack Donley Diane Covelli, Chuck Cowen, Steve Crabill, Mike Cyprian, Ron Darby, Judy Davey Bob David, Pat DeLong, Raymond DeLong, Sally DeSamber, Carol Dixon, Pat Doughty Linda Drake, Ron Edwards, Frank Ehernberger, Steve Ellegood, Pat Elwood, Farrel Evans lla Jeanne Fagg, Clayton Fonseca, Tim Frasco, Donna Funk, Vic Goetz, Karla Gordon john Gowins, Mary Granere, Sandy Green, Stan Grimes, Cyndi Gumaer, Marilyn Hall 4I john Hancock june Hanson Virginia Harned LaDawn Harriger jim Hay joydale Henness Susan Herbst Connie Hergenratcr Sam Highfield Arline Hinkle Pat Hodges Steve Holmes Dede Hubert Maud Huey Larry Hunt Tom Hutton Sharon lngmire Judy Jewett Nancy johnson Suzi johnson Vicki johnson Juanita Juarez Mike Karhach Ken Knst .Io Katzenbarger Nancy Keagy Ricky Kelim Gordon Kelly Barb Kc-mbel Carol Kembel Kay Kloberclanz Gary Kronkow JUNIO Dick La Brayere, Linda Lawther, Carol Lebsock, Robert Lebsock, Marti Lessley, Karen Lind Nancy Lockhart, Kathy Longnecker, Judy Loven- burg. 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" V 1 R i if 5" 1' P l F? .ffl A s 'ggi' ' ...ET L ' 4 '. i 'il l ,is A A' N nouvmuu , I U , . A. xy 5 I' ,fn fr 1.54 .mi ' f i Q Stan Lauck. Linda Lebsoclc, Barbara Lenhardt, Kenny Leonard, Sharon Littlefield, Larry Loose. Mike Mares, Dorothy Marick, Karen Martin, Dennis McCracken. r r so 1 L Stir: 3 K K Q R, '- Q A if il Q . M i, n 'dx H W 'Cr N . Y 1' y 'T' gg " l 'Q if l , l X 4, W ft L 4 Dave McReynOlds. Kenny Meininger, John Meininger, Don Meyer, jim Michael. Dan Midcap. Lynda Midcap, Ron Mildenberger, P Patil Miles. Robert Miller l r I i QOPHOMCQEQ I L QF 50- N S- if .- , - vs . : ' , if "' , V l P Ax? 1 'N l i '1 2 if 'nkig'-:fl L' xy - I ' a rea, 3 P ' Pam Moeller, Tim Montel, Barbara Morris. Mike Murphy, Kathy Murrow, Dan Musgrave, Eddie Neefe. Gerald Nelson, jeff Nelson, joan Xolting 1 l I -ni . , If-rf it -if . -se ' -L .3 fi - -N A , A v r N pr P1 R L 4151+ W rt' ie' . ,, 1 , of , l l :G V ,V 1 1' Y 4v, g,1l I , sf-"...,...-im , - . f-Q5 iq ' ,- ,. .W l 5, ., L Ei. 4' X. t Til? I Tom Patten. Garth Osborne, Karen Palasty. Marcia Patten, Martin Patten. Brenda Patzkoxvslcy, john Paul, Sherry Pennington, Kay Perrizola, Joyce Pflager gh S' gulf Evelyn Poitz, Ruibal Mona Ponce. Tony Ponce. Kathy Powers. Bob Redman, Ronald Reider, Dude Reyman, Leslie Roberts, Calvin Robinson, Larry 47 . ,.,,,U,,v ,. -Mai a 1. 1. Yi ' 13. Q ,L 4 :51 jafff l . p N' - ' , A K mom I -I ' , Namsunr. l ,, f V ,h-, yy i Richard Sager, Ronald Sailsberry, Patti Sanders, Alice Schaffer, jim Scheidt, Ron Scheirman, Pauline Scheneman, Les Schlagel, Cynthia Schwinclt i l 1 l 1 i ,E , 1 Richard Scott, Judy Shea, Laverna Shimmin, Craig Smith, Linda Smith, Chris Snydal, Dennis Stark, Sandy Stark, jon Stewart, Ricky Stroh 1 1 Z. I r ,i l E Ken Stull,'Stella Sullivan, Phillip Tatton. Yvonne Taylor. Bill Thiel, Gene Tiedgen, Randle Timpe, Jerald Tippit, Bob Torrez, joy ' I l 1 Townsend QCP!-IOMOIZEQ 3 A B l 1 1 I Dale Urban, Sharon Urban, Chris Vannest, Craig Vannest, Larry Wagner, Gary Waits, Sharla Wfaltz, Dan Warner, Margaret W'ashburn, i Karen Weichhancl I l ,l 1 jay Weimer, Richard Weimer, Rickie Weiiluer, Bill Weishaupl, Glenda Weitzel, Sherrie Whitcomb, Linda White, Ronnie Whitney, Jody Wick- 1 ham, Cyndi Williams Dolores Williams, Don Williaiiis, janet Williams, Johnny Williams, Bill Wilson, Terry Wood, Kay Work, Ronnie W'unsch, Jerri Yager, Barbara Yearous 48 QOPHOMOEE OLAQQ This years sophomore class enjoyed serving at the "prom" and decorating the stage for Baccalaureate. They also sponsored the Soc Hop, the main feature of Sadie Hawkins Xwcek. Sophomore Class Officers: Jody XViClc- hum, Secretary, Les Roberts, Vice-Presi- dent, Dave McReynolds, President, Dean Bristol. Treasurer. Members at large Adam Albert. Sharon Albert, Tom Al- bert. Richard Alonozo, Connie Amen Dana Anderson, Salvador Araujo. Larry Armstrong, Virginia Armstrong Linda Bailay, Doreen Baker, Ann Barker, Clifford Barnts, Doris Bassett. Diana Bath, Cheryl Barthalama, Bob Becker, Bob Bell, Jeanne Berryhill, Ron- ald Bickers, Linda Blanco. ive v'w..,ff.. 'TS 1 1 i ,,, ' , i-' Q I-IMEN l 1l 63" Terry Blanco, Tom Bloom, Barbara Bos- tron, Russell Bowles, Evelyn Brock, Charles Bragg, Steven Brandt. Diana Brown, Sue Brown, Robert Brunk, Loretta Burback, Richard Calkins, Cristi Carlson, Dorothy Carver. Lance Chilcote, Martin Christensen, Ted Christensen, Dennis Clapp, Charles Co- lumbia, Linda Columbia, Sharon Covey. Brent Cowan, Bryan Cowan, Susan Cox, Leslie Crisp, Barbara Cyprian, Anne Daniels, Charles Darby. Ronnie DeLong, Tom Denton, jundy Dietz, Cynthia Dill, Ronald Dill, Mickey Dion, Linda Dixon. Ken Doughty, Rockie Dyer, Ken Eicher, Becky Ellegood, Linda Enfante, Cesil England, Don English. 4:5 W ig . .. , , 4' X 4 19 Dennis Hawes, Tom Hay. Jeff Hazlip, Dorothy Heady, Susan I-Ienness. Cheryl Hergebre-ter, Mary Hickman. Terry Hickman. Linda Holbeck, Michall Hooker, Richard Huhman. Connie Hut- ton. Terry Ingmire. Sandra jackson. Barbara johnson. Linda johnson, Susan johnson. Kathy Kast. Sandra Kelly, Gold- ena Kennedy. Marilee Kilburn. Mark Kirby. Roberta Kirby, Richard Kit- terman. Betty Knopp. Diane Koehler Charlotte Lapp, Chris Larson. y Dennis Lauck. Diana Lauck, jim Leb- sock. Victor Lebsock. Steve Lockhart Carlotta Lomenick. Randy Lucas. Dali Ludgate, Alex Luna. Dennis Xl.1.iQ Riclci Mann. Linda Margritz. Jim Mayer, Bertis McComack. Kathy Evans, Randy Evans. Mikeflohr, Gary Foos. Paula Foster. Patty Francis hlelvin Fritzler. m Susan Galbraith. Janis Gammel, Nancy Gammel. Becky Gerken. David Gettman, Rogerr Golgart. Ray Gonzales. Arnold Good. Janice Green, Jeannie Green. Peggy Green. Duane Griffin, Steve Grimes. Glen Harncd. as ee if 71 ?J N ' Q. is is fi li :tif , ' . . C- X v 2' fn'-we X if J? t 1- ri' . . ' Q lx Mx' , t ri:-1-L fm. , . - sf fl! , , - it 5- T We ' Ki' X035 ' -Q1 Y es Ronald McFarland. David McMurrin, Ted Mcliggart, Bob Meininger, Rod- rigo Mejia, Sara Mendoza, Ronda Men- king. Buzzy Mese, Bob Meyer, Sherry Michals, Dale Mildenberger, Joyce Miles, Violet Miller, jim Miner. Randy Moeller. Pat Moore, Kent Mow- rer, Steve Musgrave, Barbara Musser, Kirk Myers. Larry Nabb, Roberta Naill, Kerry Neal, Bryon Nel- son. Gary Nichols, Randy Nicklas, Elea- zar Ocanas, jim Page. Rhonda Parker, Judy Patterson, George Pauls, Don Pauls. Melva Pease, Russell Penfold, Santos Perez Tim Perez, Carol Perizzolo, J. D. Pick- ens, Paul Pickett, Bill Plumley, Glenn Pocock, Darla Pounds. jim Prime. Carla Radloff. Connie Ravert, Mary Reed, Marjorie Riddle, joe Rigli, Kirk Rosener. john Ruder, Floyd Sanchez, Kay Schaff, Cheryl Schantz, jim Scharrel, Kathy Schenneman, Connie Schildmeier. Steven Schlothauer, Susan Schmidlap, Kent Schnegelberger. Carol Schreiner, Tim Schreiner, David Schroeder, Sharon Schuyler. Kathryn XVeimer, Karen Wfeimer, Patty T 322 , " " F , fe rf' -i f -Q , T y W3 , V X X M4 fi h ' I ' -' Q 1 "fs I David Schwartzkopf. Randy Sfhxvinclt, 1' 'Sr' " :- ' :SQ , Q ' Larry Scott, Richard Sek. Valerie Sen- ? N' V X' U seney. Roger Shepard. Rick Shoemaker. i i Y ' "1 ' :I X ' ' , 3 1- f ' . , q N sag, J, ' yt N " I ' sirens sill. Richard srmmtms. D. J. 3? .- f dl Tvs W 3 '54, L- ' 6 ' Y Y - Smith. Gloria Smith, John Smith, Margo ' N3 D' 1? D' -- 2 Snvclal Diana Southarcl. 5' .1 - X vs 1 ' if V zebra i ' - xi fi t -la. -5. Q iw we T1 43 -- ' 'Z ' ,T we ' H, ,ji ' Q Gay Spear, Steven Spelts. Glenda Stene, 's ,ah , R4 ' 'ff '!F5r.,sa5I' 2av ' ' yi 5 -, Paul Stroh. Don Stroup. Ernest Sullivan, -T A IQ' A . Janice Taylor. - Jr' V , I ,, , Judy Taylor, Linda Taylor. Beverly Thomas. Dennis Thompson, Jane Tib- betts, Diane Tieclgen, Robert Torrez. Rita Trujillo, Eddie Trusty, Carolyn Tuck, Don Tucker, Pat Turner, John Van Gorcier, Sharon XVailes. Rosemary XVales, Rodney XVashburn, Rosemary XVashburn, Joyce XVatson, Gail XVeber, Connie XVeimer. Evelyn XVeimer. Weislmupl. Steve XVestoff, Twila XVhit- ney, Marilyn XY'h,ittingtoo, Carol Wfick- man. Joe XViley, Ronalci XX"ihelmson, Diana W'illiams, Chuck Wfinchester, Jeannette XVinclsheimer. Cynthis XVingstrom, Bar- bara Wlolfe. David Wfood, 'Debra XVoodburn, Ruth Yearous, Steve Bryant, Glerincla Calvert, Tom McCormick. 'L '-P J Teonarcl Elwood ,QQ ii .. :fav -r--.4 - me Ne w J I K . 5- 1 as 4 I v 4 , J s F. ., , ,. 1 K in lr ",. ur, U: , X X ,J 1 YW as im if ,aa if . "Ti 1 'uni 5.2 ,mg f iii-Lif, ii. fri -. -, 5 UBL?" , ming 'Ji . 5ZYwa.a.5" ei' F if 1- M -Q " ,AA .I e . E 5 - "" , E 1-a Y 3 'Qs 5.34 A t ,- J , V '. i 'Q O f ' - . se, Q 4 :J 1 -e V Q K ,--V T, Q w . , F Ax' . C qi "Fw ' Ag. ,N . .V A .. , . ' i!-'JL li, - E- S ef ,. ,, KX v,. :ef-,A ' ' r I 6'k,1,' 'BQ 'ff ' , b y -JA -11 if :V K, , ,pa-. '32 UC way ,N T gf We r 1' me ," X -. v Ib .. r 3, I ' ' A ' Y Q ' Ee, I1 T lx ' J Xu an Q' , 'rf' i is ' P f I ., , , . V, Q I f , J H tw 4 ae' 5 Vi iv "' 1 'Q ' ' .si ' 1' vs 452, M it 4 S it J 3 '11 J A .7 4' i " " 1 'W lfgg? I W IT.. ' 4 'ff ' D. L 1 K 5' 'jg 2 A y F J is V ' 1 ii :V 'av i-1, ' '1 :lv V 'V ! ve 'gc 'tif of , . -- X Q M F4l2EQl-'MAN CLASS This YCZIIYS Freshman class is the largest in Fort Morgan High School's history. This year the Fresh- men sponsored a party for the purpose of paying for the Soc Hop when they're Sophomores. Freshman Class Officers: Carol Wick ham, Secretary, Ronnie Dill, Vice-Presi dent, Vic Lebsock, President, Ron Wil helmson. Treasurer. .. M1 I i A I If X ORGANIZATIONS Avumow 6 Officersg Dale Calkins, Secretaryg Mike Foster, Presidentg Bob Macneal, Vice- President. fer- . - .M Reconditioning an L-16g left to right: R. Sager, B. Macneal, P. Stroh, M. Foster lecturingg J. Ruder, C. Schwindt, V. Armstrong. D. Calkins, D. Miclcap, Mr. Lee, Sponsor. Kneeling: P. Pickett, L. Wolfe. 56 Inspecting a homebuilt airplaneg Left to right: J. Servin, M. Foster, L. Midcap, D. Stroop, R. Sager, P. Stroh. AIZHQGN l W' IL X1 sq, Executive Council: Mr. Benson and Mr. Snyder, Sponsorsg Ken Meiningcr, Reporterg Ron lltuls. Vice-Presidentg Terry Green, President. 11--f l- 25 C' Edwards, Treasurerg Chris Vannest, Secretnryg Bill The Artisan Club has several ways in which they raise money throughout the year. They sponsor an all school dance, build lawn furniture, safety signs and picnic tables. For recreation the club enjoys bowling and skating parties and hay rides. - S 'EV iff- W , ifiif 34 Z fuoii ' V err. ' r? Q-T311 'Q FIRST ROXV: Don Tucker, Terry Green, Larry Nabb Bill Pauls Elbert DeLong Ken Coffin SECOYD ROXV Mick Dion Ro Ed d 1 . , , . i 1 y , n war s, john Duncan, Lance Chilcote, Ron McFarland, Dave Eoos, Ronald DeLong. THIRD ROXV: Fred Fabricius, George Pauls, Dale Milden- berger, Ray DeLong. Steve Grimes, Buzzy Mese, Chris Vnnnest, jim Michael, Ken Meininger, Steve Enfunte, Russell Smith. 57 ROW 1: J. Nolting, B. Lenhart, L. Yearous, S. Ford, L. Dixon, K. Mayer, J. Smith, M. Hall, N. Ferguson, K. Work, L. English, L. Bailey, C. Vifnltz, B. Cowen, S. Neh, B. Cowen, T. Hay, J. Nelson. D. Poe, A. Shultz, S. Stinette, Lovenburg. ROW 2: C. Neal E. Foose, S. Schuyler, -I. Gnmmel, J. Patterson, S. Micheal, D. Anderson. C. Radlotf, B. Kato, G. Tippet, E. Sullivan, D. Fries, S. Lauck M. Patten, J. Servin, S. Musgrave, L. Drake, D. Barrows, J. Tibhets. S. Hergenreter, J. Hnrned, K. Bretey, M. Borchardt, S. Wells? L. NVhite, G. Kennedy, A. Danials, L. Ficken, J. Townsend, M. Patten. G. Shott, D. Schnegelburger, S. Cox. ROW 3: B. Miller, G Kelley, R. Timpi, T. Montel, E. Bottoms, M. Brady, R. Mower, F. Hurt, J. Ledford, J. Drew, S. Brandt, R, Baine, J. Harnecl, G. Can- field, S. Chapman, S. Sullivan, K. Weimer. ROW 4: D. Stroup, K. Mower, D. English, T, Hutton, T. Christenson, M. Sailor, R. Darby R, Tennant, L. Christensen, P. Griffen, M. Huey, C, Tuck, J, Xxlillinms, L. 'X1illiams, C. Cheney, L. Jones. ROW 5: R. Peas, R Moore, R. Hall, N. Best, N. Smith, S. Wfarren, R. Anderson, D. Calkins, D. Lutz, G. Ringo, S. Long, V. Harned, C. Purvis. PEPEAND Basketball games just wouldn't be the same without our swingin' Pep Band. Sporting new maroon blazers the 1964 Pep Band was the best ever. L-R: G. Yeftrous, K. Bretey, M. Borchardt, M. Hall, N. Ferguson, J. Ledford, S. Long, A. Schultz. ROW 2: F. Bottoms, R. Mowrer, J. Drew, S. Stinette, R. Baine, S. Wi11'ren, R. Tennant, R. Moore, D. Franks, D. Pease. Rythm Sec- tion: S. Nebb, J. Nelson, J. Williams. QHOUVBGND ROW' 1: K. Bretey, L. XVilliams, V. Harned. ROW 2: S. Stinette, R. Bain, M. Huey, -I. Carruth, M. Brady, E. Bottoms, F. Hart. Row 1 3: J. Harnecl, J. Ledford, L. Christ- ensen, J. Drew, D. Pease, R. Moore. 58 . ff...lftl!:smrJ4e'mi: rs 'mofiizfmsiuiafzxmk 9 Txxrrlers S Strnette I. Yerrous D Poe B Lenharclt, S. MAPJOON The 1963-64 marching and concert band was the largest in F.M.H.S. history. New uniforms of striking black and white were purchased and worn for the first time. The smart stepping musicians won honors on C.U.'s Band Day. Activities other than football games, pep rallies, and awards assemblies, were the annual Christmas parade and concert, the bancl assembly, a concert in March, and the annual Spring concert. The band also traveled to Fort Collins to the music festival where they made a very fine showing. These Maroon boosters have had a very successful year. ' ROW 1: D. Griffith, S. XVells, L. Baily. S. Neb. ROXV 2: R, Moore Y F. Hart, R. Mower. BAND COUNCIL 1 hifi e esgsszsfesf: 3.-graft? me ' H.: rfsrfrfsegfkgx VJ: i s5:gEsi3I5,,gE1.y?f.,gfrr:-f 'gf' 'f is ,.-ee-15:s s S-52 V . " ,, '- '-riff" W DRUM MAJOR Q' ,f Armin Schulz r r .r Q Right, Officers: Bill Macneal, Presidentg Mil-ce Foster, Vice- President, and Richard Pease, Secretary-Treasurer. Right, Bob Eicher, Gary'Kloberdanz, Steve Westhoff, and Richard Pease, indulging in ri game. Left, the Sponsors of Chess Club, Miss Donnell and Mr. Steecl. The purpose of the club is to promote an interest in the game of Chessg both now and future leisure hours can be spent by this means of entertainment. Te. 60 Left, Bob Fuerguson, Bill Macneal. Steve Wfesthoff, and Cin a tight spotj Richard Scott. MORGAN HIGH QINGEI-ZS S. Vifiemer V. Kirk C. Lebsock N. johnson M. Westoff K. Stroh E. Foose L. Batson J. Pickett J. Wingstroimu M. Yearous K. Timmons M. Saylor 1. Ott J. Berryhill N. Schnegelberger D. Brandt R. Tennant J. Zittle J. Littlefield G. Haffke S. Warren A. Schultz 1 J. Seagle l J. Shen J. Wickharxu J. Drew C. Houglmn L. Roberts S. Mnrrick B. Kcagy -I. XWilliams B. Lenlmrdt C. XVillinms B. Yenrous D. Wfilliams C. Bloedorn L. Chilcote L. Ficken OFF-ICE OEQI-IIP Q A ' W' -fig L. Townsend, J. Gies. P. Grosholz. R. Luna. S. Berryhill. L. Moore. Vggiif 2' Sp .-3-55 5. ELU 'i 9 31 . -f:s.s.,5f . I Y 5- gil H. Lalonzo. B. Beaver. R. BI'.lffSUK'kf'. D. Steffen. M. Chilson. GUIDANCE OI-T-ICE GIRLS ONE G-IIZLQ if ' fl ifik ef f., ,J fn' r--'-. H, r 1 r--+ A' Q: ' 1f':ifNGil1 '11 !"- Nl 5? S. Presnall, A. xY'iiii11l1lS. Lois XVeisgerber, K. XY'right. D. Funk Donna Blake OFFICE G-IIZLQ . l'5,.eJ " -4, nl RONV 1: R. Dicknmn. -I. Lind, P. Kidd, D. Griffin, J. Reagan. ROW' 2: K. Timmons, V. Murphy, C. XY"eimQr, G. Stark, S. Lnpp. S, Yeurous. 63 D Debate Club is a channel through which students have an opportunity to develop their talents by competing and associating with other people who have the same talents and abilities. RIGHT: G. Pumphrey, Presidentg Mr. Haley, Sponsor, discussing Debate trips. LEFT: Practices Debateg J. Traylor, N Schnegelberger, Negative team. N. Best, J. Meininger, Affirmative team RIGHT: A Discussion Groupg K. Ros- ener, G. Kennedy, J. Berryhill, M. Foster, R. Winch, P. McGraw, K. Stull, C. Darby, N. Gammel, R. Shepard. 64 i THE NATIONAL - I. STUDYING VOCATIONAL OF : EMO , XV EYNX1' ORGANIZATION FOR BOYS '9'....1f AGWCULTURE F.F.A. boys get their cattle judged at Stock Show, . 4 'I ,I 'ras A ' ' A ROXY' 1: R. Niclqlas. G. Nichols. M. Christensen, I. Contreraz. R. Kirel. C. Columbia, D. Griffin, P. Stroh, D. Bloom, M. Christensen. HT. Br:Itrso'.'5lcy. ROXV 2: il. Littlefield. D. Lelnsock, L, Christensen. D. Stark, D. Giunmel, R. Alonzo, T. Albert, B. Bicker, R. Penfold. P. Carlson. R. XYeimer. ROXY' 5: L, Pennington. D. Brant. D, Fritzler. D. Meyer. P. Hergenreter, J. Krening, R. Bohc. R. Kembel. R. Hnrshman, M. Fritzler. ROW' 4: G. XV:1its. R, Shoemaker. L. XXYf:lIll6l', D. Nichols, G. Forbes, D. McCracken, P. Pickett, B. Meyer. R. Schwimlt. FIRST ROW: Jan Stewart, vice-president, Judy Giese, parliamentarian, Sandi Wieiner, secretary. SECOND ROW: Mr. Arp, sponsor, Vickie Murphy, president, Mr. Marrs, sponsor, and Beverly Yearous, historian. Not pictured is Louise McFarland, treasurer. MEMBERS S. Baker C. Bath S. Berryhill M. Curtis M. Cyprian M. Eastman K. Edwards J. Gies M. Gronstal J- Hay D. Hubert S. johnson P. Kidd M. Lessley N. McCorkIe L. MacFarla V. McFarland D. Meyer L. Morrison V. Murphy S. Neb F. Osborne M. Paterson D. Poe P. Reagan P. Schlundt A. Senseney J. Stewart S. Stinette L. Shimmin K. Timmons L. Trautman S. Weimer L. Weisgerber A. Williams D. Woodburn B. Yearous L. Yenrous 66 H OF- AMERICA , Z ' ti 6 ROXX 1 Carolsn McFarland Louise McF.1rland Ixaths Vseimer Linda Goetschel Doreen Bal-.er YMAKERS uanita un.rez Roberta ones ROXV 7 Linda ones Vern.: Kirk Marx I-hnnemen Shelia Sill R5 Xian Hickman Connie XXVEUUCI' mf The girls vsho dex ote their energies to the FHA achiexe many goftls that make school more interesting as well as helping them understand the most important position the modern American girl can fill-that of HOMEMAKER. nv.:-.. 11 as 651 sf la ' o 44,0 ,px NEW nO Ava XF" ROW' 1: Janice Gammel. Virginia Powell, June Hanson, Doris Basset. Mary Granere. ROW' 2: Donna Steffin, Ardez Sampson, Mrs. R XX'ood. sponsor. Ills Fagg. Donna Funk. 67 Dianna Poe, President, Kathey Longnecker, Secretary, and DeDe Hubert, Vice-President jump for ball. Symbol For Fitness This is initiation??? ww .1 A N 1 55 5 ss, GAA. VUlmt's this, Becky? 1963-64 members pose in front of tro- phy case-an "M" club project continu- ing over the years. M l Introducing wrestlers Coach Brinkmeyer ROW 1: B. Pauls, D. Franks, B, Theil, D. Wagner, M. Achziger, J. Shott, A. Schlothauer, B. Macneal, M. Carbock, L. Wagner. C. Comer, L. Columbia, D. Schnatz, ROW 2: D. Gett- man, J. Conley, J. Berryhill, B. Plumley. A. Wflmitzel, D. McReynolds, D. Malone, P. Meininger, K. Meininger, D. Bristol, J. Schroder, D. Bailey, A. Graham, Mr. Brinkrneyer, ROW 5: R. Shoemaker, G. Haffkee, W. Pratt. L. Hunt, G. Moeller, R. Mower, B. Younkin. ROW 4: B. Tatton, J. Conklin, R. Laucl-:. T. Vaughn, L. Christensen, M. Snyder, J. Hamilton, L. Trautman, G. Mekelburg, F. Searle. R. Edwards. S. Sailsbery. LATIN Right: Officers and Sponsors, Mrs. Schroeder, Miss Donnell, M. Foster, Vice-President, B. Reagan, President: L. English, Secretary, V. McFarland, Treasurer. Latin Club is dedicated to the promotion of inter- est in the Latin Language and culture. They are af- filiated With the National junior Classical League and compete with other Latin and Greek enthusiasts at the annual state convention in the spring. ANCIENT ART GROUP Right: BACK ROW: B. Plumley, D. Lauck, J. Lebsoclc, K. Schnegelberger, S. Schlothauer, D. Stroop. FRONT ROW: V. Ruder, M. Patten, P. Foster, J. Wicharn, D. Funk, J. Carlson, Chairman. DERIVATIVES GROUP Left: BACK ROW: Chairman, B. Cowan, V. Lebsoclc, B. Plumley, R. Simmons, S. Westhoff. FRONT ROW: R. Washburn, R. Dill, T. McCormick, B. Nelson, D. English, K. Eicher. The different groups of Latin Club study their respective fields, Learning about the ancient Roman and Greek culture. MYTHOLOGY GROUP Left: J. Green, P. Weishaupl, C. Schreiner, L. Wolfe, J. Meyer, V. McFarland, B. Macneal, S. Henness, M. Patten. SEATED: J. Shea, Chairman, S. Galbraith. MEGAPI-IONE QTZKF-F Sponsor, Mrs. McGraw and Editor, V. jones M. XVestl1off. L. Fox. D. Leonard, G. Haffl-ce v. Jones, M. Foster, s. Bailey, F. Hart ' Megaphone Stuff Editor-in-Chief .....,.......1... Vicki Jones . Assistant Editor --.--........---..... Lola Fox I TKEQICN L Sports Editor -.-...-...-......i George Haffke Ass't Sports Editor ..--...-.-......-- Mike Cyprian ' ---,fit Advertising Manager ...a-.....-- Doty Leonard Q Ass't Advertising Manager .....- Margarej: Westhoff ,.. We News Editor ,--.--,.---....... Mike Foster 51915 Feature Editor ..--................ Frank Hart Business Manager .......-.--,-...... Nancy Tosland I Circulation Manager ....---..n---......- Sandy Balley Pubhsbed and distributed by the members of the Journalism class of Fort Morgan High School, Fort Morgan, Colorado 7l PEP ROW 1: M. Cochran, L. Roberts, J. Shea, P. Shea, P. Elwood, K. Wr'iglit, L. Goetschel, S. Dion, P. Scheneman, P. Sanders, J. Pflager, K. Martin, M. Trusillo, P. Hultquist, D. XVilliams, S. Urban, D. Kruger. ROW 2: L. Bailey, B. Cyprian, J. Berryhill, J. Tibbetts, R. Yearous, G. Weber, M. Kilburn, B. Thomas, L. Burback, K. Evans, C. Schantz, L. Dixon, C. Weirxaer, D. Baker, R. Wales, P. Miller. ROW 5: S. Jackson, D. Carver, D. Anderson, C. Radlaff, C. Tuck, S. Schuyler. D. Tiedgen, M. XWhittington, L. Columbia, D. Pounds, P. Turner, G. Smith, D. Koehler, C. Ravert, R. Manking, E. Brack, C. Amen. ROXV -4: K. Kast, D. Lauck, S. Wailes, G. Spear, D. Ludgate, P. Green, L. Margritz, L. Holbeck, S. Brown, J. Green, C. Wickham, S. Johnson, S. Michals, M. Snydal, A. Barker, B. Bostron. ROW 5: P. Foster, J. Patterson, S. Kelly, D. W'oodburn, S. Schmidlap, S. Galbraith, J. Taylor, J. Dietz, C. Schreiner, S. Albert, B. Knapp, M. Hickman. S. Mendoza, S. Covey. ROW' 1: K. Kosman, J. Wickham, S. XY'ells, M. Anderson, S. Johnson, M. Patterson, M. Lesly, P. Schlundt, G. Stark, J. Wfright, V. Murphy, L. Taylor, S. Chapman. ROW 2: B. Patzslcowsky, C. Williams, L. Yearous, N. McCorkle, A, Campbell, A. Williams, M. Jau- riqui, R. Jauriqui, J. Hanson, K. Edwards, S. Steward, L. Ficket, S. Stennette. RONW 5: B. Johnson, S. Whitcomb, M. Edson, P. Arm- strong, S. Baker, P. Kidd, L. McFarland, J. Gies, B. Yearous, D. Moyer, F. Mendoza, M. Ponce, J. Williams. ROW 4: G. Yearous, P. Reagan, A. Senseney, N. Keagy, C. Lebsock, C. Bath, M. Gronstal. M. Eastman, D. Wfoodburn, P. Groholz, L. Weisgerber, D. Poe. 72 L l9l":f.E? 'A' ROXV 1: L. Townsend. S. Lapp, J. Reagan, H. Alonzo, L. Midcrip, E. Poitz. J. Nolting, B, Lenhardt, B. Bringelson, J. Bath, D. Dick J. Gavaldon. S. Scheirnmn, N. Lockhart, S. XVeimer, G, Thompson. ROXY' 2: X. Johnson. R. XVork, J. XVingstron1, S. Parker, B Nelson, D. Funk. B. Kembel. C. Hergenreter. L. Lauck, S. Harris, L. Shimmin, S. Stark. C. Pennington, L. Morrison, D. Covelli, J Davey, D. Hodges, B. Brown. ROW' 5: N. Alonzo. M. Benitz. D, Marick. J. Drew, J. Fogg. P. Bryant, J. Carlson, L Harriger, G XVeitzel, L. Boone, K. Frank. S. De Samber, J. Pickett, J. Contreras. P. Moeller. ROXV rl: M. Riddle K Schaff D XVilil:uns V. Senseney. D. Southard, L. Taylor. D. Bath. R. Viktsliburn, K. XY'eimer, R. Nnill, B. Musser, J.bXVindsheimer, Dill, Gammel C. Lapp, E. XY'eimer. ROXV 1: J. Yager, K. Pnlasty, V. Johnson, S. Ford, J. Binger, J. Spndi. C. Southnrd, J. Strid, S. Lind, P. Daughty, K. Kloberdanz, J. Smith, D. Griffin, N. Ferguson, J. Ledford, C. Bloedorn. ROXV 2: S. Berryliill. B. Kato, C. Travis, J. Lovcnberg, F. Simmons, J. Bloom gren, R. Luna, A, Daniels. M. Chilson. S. Ingniire, V. Harned, S. Long. S. Heidbrink. S. McCreery, L. Jones. ROW 3: C. Jestes, M Yearous. P. McCorkle. C. Purvis. V. McCorkle. K. Comer, D. Jones, B. XVnrboys, M. Tuck, B. Geist, S. Morris, J. Lovenburg, M. Patten, C. Cheney, K, Wfeicklmnd, L. XVhite. ROXV -iz L. XVilliums, L. Nelson. R. Schrr1idlup,'L. Popp, J. Henness, D. Schnegelberger, C. Dixon, K. XVork, S. XValtz, J. Townsend, L. English. C. Hubbell, M. Schaffer. A Schaffer R. Rodante B Yearous. ROW 5' L Lawthcr, D. Blake. S. Herbst, J. Sword. E. Pipho, C. Vondy, C. Neal. P. Zion. M. Hirll. C. Bickers, S. Presniill, Snydal, M. Borchdrdt, K. Longnecker, J. Kutzenbarger. C. I-Ioughan. 73 L. Enfante, C. XVingstroin. B. Ellegood. C. Hergenrdtor, R. Parker, K. Meyer. L. Johnson. V. Armstrong, G. Diiranl C Atskood ROW 43 1 CH D ROW 1: Judy Carruth, Cyndi Weirner, Bev Tucker, Kay Timmons. ROW 2: Dede Hubert, Bev Keagy, Barb Reagan, Vicki Rucler. POM POM L. to R.: Denna Tibbetts, Dude Yearous, Meg Westhoff, Frnnci Osborn, Maud Huey, Karla Gordon, Doty Leonard. OFF! L. to R.: Mrs. Pratt, Sponsorg Saron Parker, Treasurerg Mrs. Carruth, Sponsorg Patty Grosholz, Presidentg Lois Weisgerber, Roll Recorderg Carol Lebsock, Secretaryg Shari Berryhill, Vice-President. Q - . , , fi R 'W m 2'1" 'Sen pax MG' OUR MOTTO "And now abicleth faith, hope, charity, these threeg but the greatest of these is charity." I Corinthians 13:13 xr' 1 S. OFFICERS: J. Schlothauer, Chairman of the Boarclg Lee Ann Townsend, Director of Recorclsg S. Parker, Director of Special Projectsg J. XY"ingstrom, Director of Musicg B. Yearous, Director of Public Relationsg D. Meyer, Director of Programsg B. Nelson, Director of XVorshipg Mrs. Mc- Cormick, Mrs. Pease, Sponsors. i iw' 5 f . 5 5 f 5 . ,135 :'-8242 ii !'f X +0 MEMBERS R. Dickmnn L. Batson E. Foos F. Simmons D. Meyer L. Hilrrignr S. Parker L. Boetshel S. Lapp C. Liipp L. Townsend C. Spicer J. Leelforcl C. Dill K. Stroh C. XY'ingstrom N. Ferguson S. Brown B. Bevel' S. Koehler B. Nelson S, Bnker B. Yeiirous M. XY'hittington -T. Sclilothauer C. Lomenick S. Miclmls G. XVeitzel J. P.1tterson S. Presnell L. Liulck S. Schlothxuer S. Luurk J. XY'.itson D. Fries D. Spicer B. Kato K. Bath I. Gowins S. Musgrave R. Parker R. Cheney E. Ruppel M. Riddle K. Riddle K. XVork V. jones 75 LEFT: ROW, Dixon, ROW: RIGHT: Putting on make-up before a production. STAND- ING: M. Yearous, B. Macneal, M. Westhoff, and M. Gronstal. SEATED: B. Tatten and S. Berryhill. Keeper. Tl-IEQPEANQ Officers and Sponsor of Thespians. BACK Left to Right: V. Murphy, Secretaryg Mrs. Sponsorg B. Macneal, Vice-President. FRONT M. Yearous, President, G. Yeurous, Points A scene for "Antic Spring" UNESCO OLYMPICS Studying and spreading information about the Olympic games and other sports of international interest are the main objectives of the Olympic members. .,,,, .Vt FIRST ROXV: B. Keagy, D, Tibbets, K. Longnecker, B. Tucker, J. Katzenbarger, P. Schlundt, F. Osborne, D. Yearous, C Hergenreter. SECOND ROXV: R. XY"ilhelmson, D. Gettman. K. Kosman. -I. XVickham. S. Wfhitcomb, S. johnson, N. McCorkle, K Martin. C. XY"ickham. THIRD ROXV: D. Wfood. B. Nelson. T. McCormick. S. Sailsbery, D. Gettrnan, G. Kloberdanz, M. East- man, A. Luna. FOURTH ROW: R. Alonzo, D. Hawes. D. Schroeder. R. Dill, B. Plumley, V. Lebsocl-1, D. Lauclc, R. Kirby, I Tibbets. FIFTH ROXV: C. Darby. K. Schnegelberger. R. Lucas. I. Lebsoclc. R. Lauck. J. Van Gorder, J. Page, J. Mayer, R Yearous. B, Cyprian. INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS International Relations is an educational or- ganization that studies the problems of the world today. Throughout the year the people in this group attend conferences such as those at Den- ver University and in Boulder. FIRST ROXV: C. Neal, M. Huey. M. Borchardt, L. Wfilliarns, N Keagy, SECOND ROXV: R. Mowrer. B. Redman, G. Rickey, N. Schnegelberger, J. Sagel. THIRD ROXV: B. Younkin, K. Taylor, J. Traylor, J. Berryhill. j. Conklin. L. Bauer. 77 WORLD L 4 61 if , Mi Au Jus Connie Sings u E ,xx h y I xiii!! 5 ,ff A' wr: if fa ' i'WL, .17 if xgiwf' f. ff W 'iff' 1 " 9' ,V -Q Bong!! Can you can cgm?? 1' I -A 3155 UNESCO HUMAN RELATIONS Human Relations is an organization 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. FIRST ROXV: S. Spelts, J. Taylor, S. Lapp, L. Townsend, M. Edson K Stroth C Bickers S Neb SECOND ROXV: S Berryhill. K. Palastv, B. Kato, D. Griffin. P Tatton. A Schulz. c XRIEIITICI' s. 'XVeimer J. 'win stroin THIRD Row . . - - - y v 8 . 2 I Stew art. J. Ledford, S. Long, V. Murphy, L. Nelson, T. Vaughn, M. Eastmarr. S. Henness. FOURTH ROXW: S. Galbraith, B Thomas, C. Xlifingstrom, S. Brown. P. Foster. FRIENDSHIP CORPS The Friendship Corps is another Division of UNESCO. They exchange and display scrapbooks, photographs, and articles of interest from each country. FIRST ROXX' R Parker Berr hill M : . ' , J. y ' , . Granere, Schreiner, G. X"C'eber, E. Wfeimer, S. Harris, L. English, Holbeck, C. Bloedorn, P. Moeller, K. Wfork. L. Ficken son, R. Menking, P. Miller. M. Patten, J. Carlson., Funk, B. Yearous, B. Snydal, S. Dion. SECOND ROW: C Nelson, L. McFarlan, S. Parker. THIRD ROW: J. Dietz, L Yearous, C. Houghan, L. Lauck. FOURTH ROW: S. john- Patzkowsky, S. XValtz, I. Townsend, J. Yager. UNESCO WOIZLD "Lasst Menschen und Nationcn sich Untereinander verstehenf' -from Germany l'Let all men and Nations under- stand each other." -English translation . JACK BERRYHILL, MC. UNESCO Council Colorful background mural adds to setting for exotic foods. Painting by Marilyn Borchart, Beverly Yearous, Barbara Jo Nelson, Sherri Wit- comb, Jody Wickham. 80 UNESCO WORLD I UMM MN M M .AN . 4 ,fiat FRENCH PASTRIES, ANYONE? COFFEE. TEA. OR TOMATO JUICE ?? Gene Rickey, Bobby Tatton, Frank Hart, Lonnie Trautman, Bill Macneal. PA. BOYS Several times throughout the day a booming voice rings over the P.A. system calling stu- dents to the office or making announcements. Have you ever wondered who was behind this loud outburst? Well here are five of the vocal instruments used by good old F.M.H.S. AVA BO From behind the film room door comes-on occasion- the sound of a projec- tor. But when no films are scheduled there is no limit to the imagi- nation of the AVA boys. STANDING: Paul Meininger, jim Hamilton, Joe Lozoya, Jim Moore, Mr. Higgins, Dwight Miller, David Midcap, John Bratesousky, Don Baumgartner. KNEELING: Farrel Evans, Mark Achziger, Don Lebsock, Bill Pauls, Gary Forbes, Ken Wales. 82 QAFEIY SQUAD ,lure H ROW' 1: Sam Naill, Terry XVood. ROXV 2: Bill Pauls, Mike Stark, Don Lebsock. ROW' 3: Gale Mekelburg. Dunne Fritzler, Eldwin Cheever, Mike Curtis. Every year boys with a study hall, the period before a lunch hour, are given the opportunity to volunteer for safety squad. Fire squad, also boys who volunteer, are taken from any class, as fire drills occur at various times. The services of the boys in each of these organizations are a definite con- tribution to our school and are most ap- preciated. PIPE SQUAD RONV 1: Bob Dorr, Pete Carlson, Tim Frasco, Ray Kirk, Don Pocock. Randy Wfebster. ROW' 2: Mike Stark, Tim Price, john Duncan Bob XVatkins. John Gowins. 83 SEATED: Carolyn McFarland, Nancy Lockhart, Barbara Beyer. STANDING: Jon Stewart, Mike Curtis, john Conklin, Sherry Presnall, Evelyn Ruppel, Karen Mese, Bonnie Geist, Marilyn Tuck, Linda Moore, ancl Mrs. Latta. UBIZAPY 84 SEATED: Juanita Juarez, Florence Simmons, Mary Granere. STANDING: Linda Goet- schel, Lola Fox, Marietta Schaffer, Linda Miclcap, Pete Carlson, Evelyn Poitz, Sharon Baker, Vicki jones, Carolyn Jubbell, and Mrs. Brinckmeyer. . QIZXGE L. Wolfe, C. Snydal, B. Macbenl, L. Scott, B. Mncneal, R. Mann, D. McMuran. UQ!-IEE, SQUAD ROW 1: J. Florezz, D. Allen. ROW' 2: Mrs. Pratt, B. Reagan. ROW 3 S. Presnall, J. Reagan, B. Rusch. ROW 4: F. Simmons, R. Michael C. Spicer, D. Funk. .ROW 5: K. Wfright, J. Wiley, M. Pauls. ROW 6 L. Fox, K. Mese, 1. Campbell. 85 T121-UNGUAL FIRST ROW: joy Townsend, president of French Club, Leslie Roberts, treasurer of Tri-Lingual, Armin Schulz, president of German Club, DeDe Hubert, Secretary of Tri-Lingual, Doty Leonard, President of'Spanish Club. SECOND ROW: John Traylor, president of Tri-Lingual, and John Schroeder, vice-president. SPANISH: Students who join are, formerly or presently, from a Spanish class. This year, the first year for this new plan, a Christmas party was presented to members of Tri-Lingual, sponsored by the Spanish di- vision. The entertainment con- sisted of games, breaking of pinatas, Spanish dancing, and popular dancing, in which all took part. LEFT TO RIGHT: Armin Schulz, Cindy Williams, Kendra Kosman, and Steve Warren portray young German citizens. Q Doty Leonard and Gary Blanco entertain at Christmas party by doing a Mexican Hat Dance. 86 X Mrs. Scheve points out a German watercraft. and tells about location of the picture. GERMAN: German students entertained the language group with 'a German Fest. Dutch Hops. polkas, and some popular dancing was done by all. Cindy Wfilliams was elected to reign as queen. The refreshments, which seemed appropriate, were German breads and root-BEER. FRENCH: On February 11, the French Club pre- sented a Mardi Gras. An interesting program was given in which everyone present took part. Sm- dents paraded in their costumes, which is a tra- dition at a Mardi Gras, in front of judges Miss Donnell, Mrs. Scheve. and Mr. Steed. The Queen, chosen by the French students, was Kathy Long- necker, the King, Mike Eastman. A can can was presented by freshman and sophomore girls. Armin explains to club members about coming programs, Mike shows Leslie. Martha. and Sherri a French Flag. 87 POPCORN Chairman: J. Schlauthowcr, Helpers L. Carter, J, Carter, C. QTUDENV OOUNCIL McFarland, and V. McFarland. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS PRESIDENT Terry Vaughn SECRETARY VICE-PRESIDENT David Bath Cindy Wfeimer TREASURER Dianna Poe 88 Action and reaction to the motion on the floor. ,fu -5 I l ri ,fur l X-L 5 , 3: -. . .. n,..9EQ F In.3'5'.g1f,?5.4-3-5-wi. f x am. iw? 'U-we , 048 Yun FAVO yy .Y 10223. 'Q M, 11. X 1.-1. ag . i,11"ffV7'gzgM.'i1.l,L414.at f. . - - , . , ,. , . Y m ' .-,Y if 'v f' '-"HCP ..-rmsxi-v V -,Q . - 1 .- .. ,:. tw, vi '. Inv. 4 x . X W1 , , . if zz-,- 11,1-g:5,fg,:p3, 95- 2 ,,-, x--5 ,Q f, .nb ,--x V ' -,Yu ',- A, 1, 1. : 3 -1 1. 1- 5:3-x ,gm , k ..f , N V V I My f -,f . ,ff ' g Path Gwstwlg L0""'JLeulw11dt .ANDMIQQ ATTEND!-YNTQ Meg Westhoff Cyndi Weimer jerry Schlothauer Lo1s WC1Sg6fbCf Richard Lauck Ken Bath Diana Poe Terry Vaughn ING STUDENTS M, Pfzvenznker Sfzzdmf Council Dede Hubert jerry Schlothauer Sfaxge Creu' The.rpim1.f Tri-Lifzgzml, Germmz Bill Maqneal Linda Nelson Steve Warren are waiil 'B . Y Tri-Lizzgllfzf. Sfvmzirb UNESCO Comic!! ,Connie Vondy Sharon Parker SE1'ElZf?6IZJ' John Gowins ING- PM new 'f - ,wg . ,K:. ' ' f . v ?S9JS'f?if115'f I , U , All " 5 .gilgsfi , -I ig,-I bs we ' ' f r Wir ' w jziihrv we-f l ll r or if Arlimm Aviation Bill Pauls Larry Wolfe as nc .. H ' W - "fi 3,5 -. .. 'll' - ., 1.51, "Nr : , Eli em? ,Wx 5 z , T395 SE., ew 1-ASS 52? f l 4 rr gy E5 32 " , 59 ' al 'Z ' wg 'Hg ' f+9ll3"lff'? 57 Q ?Z5wsc, 5 + 1, , wife K U gig, g-'RU ami ' 'i ri' Pla is ' 955 ww Q f :gg rwwqz -20 3 N Q 1 ug X f A 'E 3 lf gy 2,...,-S' 'S S .. l,,, QU ,.W, .. If my fm rf 1-1-:,z..f,1-1 r, z..:gz,f,, Bmml Chef! Club Cgnferi Chair Gretchen Yearous Bob Ferguson Armin Schulz F.T.A. and Pep Club F.H,A, Lois Weisgerber Donna Steffen- F.F.A. Duane Fritzler 'Q Z , wx.. vs' I-IQQTUDENTQ V' , - , V. QD 75 O3 0 I 9 0 0 L G-A-A HIIIIIHIY Relnliofzr Beverly XVarboys Vicky Murphy 5 3 N Q L Izzlerzmfiozmf Relfzliom and Debate Lalizz Club AI Cfyb John Traylor Linda English Hqmld Gettman s-,Q-ff' ', . rs, 5. . ,, eff? . A, Q f 'Q . Morgan High Sizzgerx Nancy Ferguson, pxano Olynzpirf mm' Tri-Lizzgzml, Freufla Kathy Longnecker Megfzpholle Mike Foster PICK1 OF Mart Cozzrieozzs Linda Williams Armin Schulz Clan Clown Linda Nelson Mike Foster M0.fl Allalelic Gale Mekelburg Phyllis Blecha Ben' Dmzrerf Bef! Dreffed Kay Timmons Shari Berryhill Dan Franks Richard Lauck THE CROP lllivflillfllg Smile Diana Meyer Bill Macneal M011 Mmirnf Eileen F005 Frank Hart gf Pfppmf Cyndi XYICHDCL' Johnny Roberts Mari Likely I0 Surfeed Moi! Serzimble in Svbool Lois Wfeisgerber Pm Gfosholz Jack Berryhill Dave Bath Duh! ,f iii5t'f1a'25 Q, f, ut ' -' H ,V :--?-1fii- 1,131 W Ffa-V 141,21-.Life-W-t - ww .L f ' T. gif' 1 1, A -5: nf- . -,gin ff, L' , Ls ' it , . fail fs11'ff5f5f51'V'5fs 513. iakkm-"vi ii 'EL ' 't wi n .ff Q 3 g ' 15 Qv ir v g j-Us n W- we mfiffi- ww V ' . . ' '- , ' i L 1 h, .iq I mAZ , .,,, 4... L ,v 2,5 . 7 ' X 5 5, , . ' , . N ,- ., ,. V--A M. 1. .W ' . - . , sway,-s':z, 11 Is ff mlfgfffiufnig y : W4 K V .12 2 ?fg9?5?:i?:f.' 3-V " 'iii' if 7255 721-ti? . t ?ET?1Lf5E '-'1f? i?5Q Slim M The end of it alll Drink to me only with thine eyes BEI-21 XVhere's the shack, jack? Give me liberty or give me death! H Thsspp! Thank Heaven for little girls Da next dance step vill be . . fl t Isn't love wonderful ? ? ?? WHEN? -5. gf if K. ,Inv ff xlgz? 5, If - , ,M 5 4 J I, I Bottoms up iii. Everyone can't be n Ringo Starr! E F f. 4 f! sf: Q A, A -i ' gg Carrying my baby lDL1Clw1 home -ul Tonto and his papoose Some nluy my love will come' The Faculty l I l I! Now girls . . I don't want to be an old maid forever!!! 99 QENIO Eldwin Cheever Margaret Westhoff iff r sf-fe - 173 QMS , 1. f me-r f, yiegaey 5 'w i 'aaa ,V Mfr, z. 1. h,.. .Kim ,J ' "-L i?g5ii3l,f3i'51 izwL:Z.ia'i if 54iiQ?1ff!2V5ifz kiiiffl. L , , fa- ffiiaxi H i , is K 7-' ' - - .. 'v-Laazi-Sfflgi? as - 2. 4' ix . my 3 .Q,f,L1a1ir ,si . , 3r,?3j'37'fYQ,:g r f. Wwe: . ,ai:,i5ga W aa U ,., iii Mxrfzfl ,. fa, i . 5555255 ,Magi 1 fs. 6 A . im. Q, -f , 2. - ew, x,,,,Q,a?gfik,i,a5f5qaafa1m,,im,5,f aypai l3.K1.1,.55I?,:, Q -.1 wan" j 1 5' ' Fred Searle johnny Roberts ' Terry Green jack Berryhill Cindy Weimer George Haffke Frank Hart Judy Wright Barbara Bever jay Littlefield Linda Williams Richard Mowrer Doogie Gettman Jim Hamilton QNAPQ A f, l' rf l . 6 Y 1 1 -1 4 fn Lt"f - 2 Terry Vaughn 'Ian Stewart I-.E LJ-LEA 3 David Luke Diann Wfoodburn Diana Meyer Bill Macneal ' e , - U fi -' .. 4 xqiff '.- QW 5 I5-u P5-I -'fxf i ,,'v"- Q A fr' 'J WP' is-1" l r ,Wi fi- .wf f 'Q' s :fb ,14--JGQ 4 P 1' U xfgr , Nz "' r fb, ' ff ,.- f, W ,N ,gf rf dl? f -'kf-:7'5.. ,cf . 'A ' gin !f,pfif+f,,,a f, ff ' ' ' -as , ,gf ,, yd' gf' . ' ' ..,, ,f .,ff" f" 7 3' -f"fE,,k' gf ,cffffff L 'f f ' flgiYfffg.A41 W 'W Gale Mekelburg Shari Berryhill , fix. 7. -1- '. I " , J 'sl I .V . , m "YI ' " 'E ...A 5 ' - V f ,AG Pati Grosholz Don Brandt .X A , ,, ,, -4" Q :hi-. ' "' '?ilr.w,,.hdLa,13 ef- 'f gg ,M- Richard Lauck Mary Alife Gronstal D ,. . f' , 'S 1 li f' f.,,..l... 2, - f .' I IW. . U. ., .,. M... , .i .- .4 34' av I n . , .I V - W ,J , , , A 5. 3 .-24 'Q as 3J,i'A.-, 71 'gb , if 3 +V eb'f.1:.?Q5.z::'f gil, Glen Yearous Mike Curtis xl Lonnie Trautman ..--? Kenny Bath lOl Mike Foster and Maxann Eastman Lois Weisgerber Terry Green L Y 2 ' yi is - ?1 :5,,, I Lf-,V f r -X N is iiiss f.Q'!.f Larry Lenhardt Gloria Stark Maizie Yeafoug y ,':. Y 4' 3 3' ,X Q fi 25 QQ ? is e f.r,M ,, Kay Timmons Roger Bauer Vicki Murphy Z X l ACTIVITIES K QW I-I N9 Gods Qhuilo I-IOMEOOMING A EQ Shari Berryhill, john Conklin Homecoming is a time of year which is looked forward to by students and graduates alike. The game and its half time activities are considered by many to be the most important part of the whole weekend. At the half the Pep Club performs, the band plays the Alma Mater, and the queen candidates are escorted onto the field and introduced. Mary Gronstal, Lonnie Traut- man l Kay Timmons, Carl Comer Margaret Wfestoff. Jim Ham- ilton Part Grosholz presents corsage to Cyndi. 106 The letters "FMHS" were formed on the field at the half by the Pep-club, QENIOIZ Cl-ASQ PLAY A Dear Little Wfhite Rose r,- - l X..b vi.- .I l N I 'mastiff 3 0 ' W5 L X 'a QM A Bowl of Chili "Mm McTlw1g' " CAST Mrf. Howard V. Lame ......,, i..,,..,,., Carrie ....,,,,.....,,...,...,,. ,.., A Sybil .,w.......,i Ewa Lewir .,YY.. Maude Leufir .,,,,, A Grace Lewis ....... Nelson .....li7...,.....iw Boy QHoWayj ,i,.li, Chef Qlillsworthj ...iA.,,v, Virgil QBartenderj AA AA Dirly joe QGangsterj ...l......l Sfiizker CGar1gsterj 7,,,,ii,... Poison Eddie Scloellezzbacly Mfr. Sclyellerzbach ......i,A,,,. Mimi .,,..........,,i,,... ...... A . A Fim' Policeman ......ii. Second Policeman .....,. U gl y Witch .........,,v,,a Beautiful Witch ....,.. Linda Nelson Verna Kirk AA AA A Vicki Murphy Mary Alice Gronstal April Daniels A ,,.,, Judy Wright A A A Frank Hart AA Richard Bain Norman Schnegelberger AA Mike Foster Raymond Tennant Mike Curtis AA Homer Smith Betty Rusch Shari Stinnette A Stan Sailsbery Mike Saylor Nancy Tosland AA AA A Shari Berryhill s. lim Call A Meeting The Entire Cast I07 CMMQTMAQ PEDGEN4 "SING WE NOW OF C!-HZJSTMZXSU The annual F.M.H.S. choral Christmas pro- gram was presented to the student body December 20, 1963. The program was presented by the Combined Choirs and was conducted by Mr. Ken jarboe. The Combined Choirs Sing: "oh Holy Night" . l,, 4 ' Star Caro "Hallelujah Chorus 5 ll x l l y l x i l l ll -ri l The Night Before Christnas h P r f 5 X X Q f l Q l l ll l The Morgan High Singers.sing: ':'Mistletoe" I I ll -'Q fisrmas ar y" I "Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer" ' lg 1 Q of 0 C!-IRJQTMAQ DANCE Maude and Kenny demonstrate the "monkey" Margaret and Richard enjoy the refreshments pro- ' vided by council members. Student Council again sponsored the Christmas Dance. FMHS stu- dents and alumni enjoyed dancing to the music of the Byronics. Re- freshments were served throughout the dance. The program was pre- sented during intermission. Linda Nelson reads "O Christmas Tree" Envious students watch as "Santa" Foster par- takes of a little "Holiday Spirit" QIUDENT OOUNCILA EQ The Fort Morgan High School Student Council is an active organization and on this page are pictures of their activities during the school year 1963-1964. Maud helps entertain at the chili supper given for Englewood council mem- bers, November 8. Mr. Knight, Marilyn Hall, and Lois Weisgerber were among the people who attended the Northern League Council Camp at Brook Forest. Linda Williams and Jody Wfickliam place council officers and students of the month in the showcase. Everyone had a grand time at the Council sponsored Christ- mas Dance, December 21. k Y AH-I s a S if ff if 1 'f , w W,,A.., f, ,I-W, -MffMMM.-vf,-z..w,1fV- -- ,, ,fm f.-Lf iffM1W,wM,y-w.W.mmbm:1wg-I -- 5 , ,-ff 4 f-f, , f-'Q-wwf U- -H. . -A , A f . rl iam! la 1 'ln 'os Y 0- I 1 QQ, 90 .2 pei. e Q13 ' ,mas 1 in QQ 1 ,S '-IQ? I-'V ul ,,- va. Se t Ser, V04 Nov. hgww , 03 mwah 384 5632.491 is ma gimrgwwf' o l 3 ' ' , tWW ' Q , Love ana 4 H aE f 'Beer:dea . g fhhrofa Cengral ' ' Aurora mA Sterling Englevs ood fm .pl w 1 l 45,1 , ., F I U, L ' rl 'ff I 2 . 'f-vi I ..l.,,g , 5-fn: 41 lf. FRONT ROW: S. Enfante, L. Weimer, R. Reider, A. Schlothauer, P. Miles, D. Pocock. SECOND ROW: D Mildenberger B Dorn D Bristol, R. Carnahan, B. Redman, B. Columbia, D. Reyman. THIRD ROW: Coach Benner, T. Montel, J. Stewart R McCracken R Edwards J. Duncan, G. Rickey. Fort Collins Longmont Loveland Sterling Loveland Sterling U l I4 B SQUAD SUMMARIES We They O 12 13 7 20 12 27 28 O 23 19 13 I7-REQ!-WAN Q TENNIS . '-- SE U V-fix, .sic fi F4125-w h".'-R1 - ' ' V K 5. .v I. Hunt ' i V' G. Haffke R. Mowrer I 'Q A h .... 5 - "mf Q92 if gf J. Berryhill T. Vaughn , k - f- 0 2 - ' tl I llllllllllllllllllllitiiillllllllt f-.iii-.xx lllllllllllllllllllllilililllllllki' ,W llllllIllllllllllllli!!1!?lllllIn- W ' llllllllllllllllllllidlfllllllil . L. llllllllll1llllli!lllIlIlll TEAM MEMBERS: FRONT RONW: D. English, G. Haffke, B. jenkins, K. Mowrer. BACK ROXV: S. Snilsbery, L. Hunt, Coach Higgins, R. Mowrer, T. Vaughn. ll5 BOTTOM ROW: L, Ruibal, R. DeLong, R. Moeller, P. Her- genreter, S. Musgrave. S. Jauriqui, S. Lockhart, M. Kirby, K. Doughty. NOT PICTURED: D. Calkins, L. Loose, A. Ponce, S. Rosener, F. Sanchez. BACK ROWY P. Pickett, G. Tieclgen, C, Bragg, B. Dorn, T. Christensen, D. Griffin, L. Crisp, J. Mayer, D. Bristol, D. Baumgartner, D. McCracken, 1. Schroeder, A. Luna, R. Wilhelinson. MIDDLE ROXW: D. Wagner, G. Osborn, K. Wales, T. Schreiner, J. Weimer, K. Coffin, G. Kloberdanz, M. Mares, R. Reicler, M. Dion. I - 1 545 Q mv" , ON K-,XX T Q 'PQ 4 '76 Xxxji X I I8 Managers: Bob Younkin, Dale Mildeniberger COACH LAMPE T -ooo I" 'n Af., 'A 'Q-. 5 . .W , if 7 517 - R. Kelim K Q . KK , 7, N : - A Xxx '?""'tsQ I FRONT ROW: R. Kitterman, R. Wunsch, R. Shoemaker, 1. Hale, R. Cheney, D. Wagner. BACK ROW Mr. Fasano, S. Rosener, J. Schroe- der. R. Kelim, K. Waln, Mr. Shel- dahl. V.. . . K 1 J. Schroeder fri 2. 4 - ' :Am H x 554 . I 4 .wg ...l mf 5 lsbYE4l2f R. Shoemaker 31 we , M., ,fs B. Thiel A -'L . Wei R ,N D. Vfagner The '65-'64 cross-country squad initiated a new sport in F.M.H.S. The team, although relatively inex- perienced, shows much promise. Under the careful supervision of Coach Shedahl the boys have gained knowledge -and experience which will be valuable in the promising year ahead. II9 5. 1 Z J, wr fr, 51, Q 3 ,Z T a ,X J iii B -M :BB 5:5 1' HAL RD XICCRA Left to right: Mr. Marrs A squad coach, Mr. Brinckmeyer B squad coach. Left to right: Mr. Pfeifer sophomore coach, Mr. Arp freshman basket- FRONT ROW, left to right: G. Tippet, D. Henderson, T. Wood, S. Enfante, J. Hale, G. Herbst, R. Mildenberger, B. Redman. BACK ROW, left to right: C. Vannest, Chris Vannest, J. Stewart, T. Mon- tel, D. Reymond, K. Stull, R. Car- nahan. SOPHOMORE BASKETBALL SQUAD FRESHMAN FRONT ROXW, left to right: R. Kitterman, D. J. Smith. M. Fritzler, J. Van Gorder. D. Clapp, D. Sch- roeder, R. Dill, J. Lebsock, B. Cowen. SECOND ROVV: T. MC- Cormick, D. English, V. Lebsock, D. Hawes, B. Cowen, B. Nelson, B. Plumley, 1. Page, A. Good. THIRD ROXW: R. Alonzo, R. Rayez, R. Lucas. S. Schlothauer, K. Schnegle- berger, L. Chilcote. D. Thompson. ROV' FOYR: G. Pauls, R. Wash- burn, R. Simmons. T. Denton, R. Boles. l22 BASKETBALL SQUAD Z 'WW ' i . 5 n l' .RN .E-.1 , ani val' r' if . , Y .K 4 rg A K " -U " ADMIN! -w ff 'Y' nf I' L 4 ' Y " 1: n g. ' -v , .f f-- ew .. - -V - . .. . ,A W 1' Mp.,- 'gfaq-55,gw:y3-gsb:-.'g5far' , .. , . Y. f Y- A-ff'2,. '4 ',Y , 5,1 -'j:'Lf,'iZZ3-K jjilfn.:-"'.-' f U , ...L -,K-1, my ' 111.-z.. W", " 1 - . H,f1,"' H 3' 2' A V Aj '. 9' ' H ' 1 ,'-1 ', 222'-j:'5fjg,:-z " v.,-.:?:13' 'iff , . A .Lf B.-v" f 'f' :T-' f" 17 "af V . l f" 5-173' '.-si ' -' .3.",.ff, L ' , lrfiffii f-V .1,1.f' :Q-if, ', ' ' Y -. ,. - , v x A 21,,f..f--if :J-H Vw V' 5 ,-53-Q5 aff f"'i,g:.ff.f V. 15- R Y' -V ' ' 1' R ' ' 'L ' , I V ' You the class of 1964 are departing from the Fort Morgan High School to find your places in the World of tomorrow, a world filled with ex- citement, adventure, and opportunities. Yet there is another side of the picture, one of confusion and uncertainty. A happy future for you and our country demands from you the assuming of greater responsibilities, the making of greater sacrifices than those made by your forefathers. Leadership of the world will take strong hearts and keen minds. We trust that your school experiences have pre- pared you to meet this challenge. Face the future with confidence and faith. We believe in your contributions to America and the world. ENFQ GE MR. BEN A. KAMMER, Superintendent of Schools SCHOOL BOARD Dr. W. I. Mellinger, Vice-President Leonard Keagy Mrs. Margaret Osborne, President Dyas Neill Robert Kula Chris Huigen, Secretary to the Board l24 Pl2JNC!PAl-'Q MR. ROBERT LUCAS, Principal Mr. Lucas graduated from the State College of Iowa. He received his B.A. in 1950. He majored in Industrial Arts and minored in Chemistry and Physics. For two years he taught General Science in junior High. Following this he taught mechanical and engi- neering drawing in High School. He received his M.A. in School Administration in 1958. Before assum- ing his duties here as principal he had 8 years of ad- ministration experience in southeastern Iowa. GE To the graduating class of 1964: We hope that all of you will experience a great amount of good fortune, happiness, and success in your future endeavors whether they be working on the job or furthering your education in college. In the years ahead, many of you will look back on your school days at Fort Mor- gan High School and will remember them as having been some of the most rewarding and enjoyable days of your lives. This year- book will help-as the years pass-to aid you in recalling many of the people, events, and memories from the bert year: of your liver. Good luck and best wishes, Principal MRS. THERESA REAGAN, Secretary I2 LOWELL KNIGHT, Vice-Principal ff 4 I f fi 'ei i MARY MALONE, Secretary The keys to a successful high school career lie in prop- er guidance and good admin- istration. We all realize the importance of having "one Who knows" guide us through this important stage of our lives. We are greatly indebted to our administration and to the guidance counselors. GUIDANCE- DEP L to r: Edith Pease, Harold Lee, James Foulks. I26 DOTTIE LORENSEN, Secretary 1 K Q PHYLLIS MACNEAI., School Nurse Winona Goldsworth, Bessie Skiles, Virginia Dolph. Rachel Langley, Viola Voeller. Pleasant, clean, surroundings all make it much easier to face each school day. The custodial staff, cooks, bus drivers, and nurse all work behind the scenes to make our day run more smoothly. Sid Williams, jerry jochum, John Schnegelberger, Bob Cyprian. BACK ROW: W. Kirby. E. McMurrin, B. Brewer, L. Gollehon, G. Loveland. E. Moffet. D. Crisp, W. Cochran, R. Wagner, H. Tor- mohlen, E. Smith. FRONT ROW: D. Nickle, R. Wolford, E. Lawther, B. Eisenach. E, Covey. H. Bower, G. Winter, R. Brewer. NOT SHOWN: F. Gollehon, A. Floyd, H. Davis, M. Zeigler, F. XY'ard. F.M.H.S. BUS DRIVERS: A. Crisp, P. Roberts, D. Wingstrom. l27 MR. LARRY ARP Commercial. Golf MR. DON BARROWS Instrumental Music, Golf The 1964 Pacemaker faculty staff has devoted its time to exploring another side in the lives of the teachers of F.M.H.S., their hobbies and pastimes. Haven't you often wondered just what our faculty does after the school day is done? Aside from correct- ing papers and preparing the next day's lesson, many of them have very interesting spare-time activities. We have tried, through pictures, if possible, to show you a few ways in which our teachers pass their "free time." MR. LARRY BENNER MR. DENNIS BENSON MR. GERALD BRINKMEYER Math, BOWl1f1g Mechanical Drawing, Cars Social Studies, Sports N-un-g. t .- MRS. CODY BRINKBIEYER MR. JOHN CARR MRS. SELMA CARRUTH ASSY I-ilJf21l'i21fl, AfhlfffiC5 Social Studies, Athletics Math-P.E., Pep Club XA Q .jfQ, '.. gil JG' .E .1 ...ik All Zliifli fur, ig --. ,s2...2.,.i,m MR. D. J. DAI-IL. D MR. ROBERT DATTERI MR. DUANE DIQN Math. HUHfiDglF1Sh1Dg Shop Commercial, Hunting-Fishing MRS. MARY DIXON MISS MARIAN DONNELL MR. BOB EVERETT English, Reading-Swimming French-Latin, Chess Art, Painting-Drawing . MR. DICK HALEY Math, Cycling--Debating Mr. jarboe developes concert choir technique. MR. RICHARD HARDEN P.E., Fishing-Hunting W -L"' Y . ..... - MR. PAUL HAYES NIR. LEONARD HERGENRETER Math. Photography Vocations, Fishing-Hunting MR. KEN JARBOE MR. FRANK KERNER Vocal Music, Music-Sports Drivers' Edq Golf MR. CLAUDE HIGGINS English, Golf MR. STAN LAMPE P.E., Athletics EC. Girls with the1r MRS. PATRICIA LATTA Librarian, Bridge MR. ROBERT LUNDT Math, Hunting Many of the faculty members, aside from their teaching assignments, give part of their time to extra- curricular activities. Among these are the school paper, student council, UNESCOQ coaching our debate teams, and sponsoring our dances. These extra hours of MQRS, LQVERNE MAQY service have made our days at Fort Morgan High Home EC- School more memorable. MR. GERALD MARRS Commercial, Athletics MRS. EMMA MCCORMICK MRS. MARGARET MCGRAW MRS. BARBARA MULLER EU8liSh, Reading English, Music English, Music l MR. ROBERT NELSON MR. HAROLD PFIEFER MRS. ELEANOR PRATT Social Studies, Wood Working Social Studies, Golf P.E., Knitting MR. CLARENCE SANDERS NIRS. CLARA SCHEVE Math, FiSl'1ing German, Reading l l MR. TOM SHELDAHL MISS FRANCES SHEPARD Social Studies, Athletics-Hunting Science, B0'Wlif1g MR. RICHARD SNYDER MR. JAMES STEED Vocations, Athletics Spanish, Hi-Fi-Swimming 'Q Q W MRS. ZELDA SCHROEDER English, Reading MRS. LORNA SNYDER English, Music MISS ETHEL TURPIN English, Philosophy , 'lv MRS. ROSAT-IND MISS ELIZABETH WORK HOITIC EC-, H0mCmak1H8 Social Studies, Handiwork l32 xi v. yff.1,,., 1 '- if- '. .siffgu-1,'. -, A. 1 .yi W Nb 'H-f-xx. , V7 55114, ,Mn .2v....,,, 4:21 4-.4 1., . 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