Freeman High School - Scottie Tales Yearbook (Freeman, WA)

 - Class of 1959

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It is to Miss Gibler then, that we wish to extend our sincere thanks for her leadership of the Band, her sponsorship of the Pep Club and for her continual work with the Drill Team. 2 Administration fiN 1 . V 'wif X Qi iiii T ggi! kg? I i afrarmzwgvl vwHx1.,,:viiY1i1f?1"fZffifz1 K K ' ' Mr. Jesse Cruzen, Mr. Lawrence McCauley, Mr. Larry Helm, Mr. Jeff Overholser, Mr. Howard Muse, Mr. A1 Latimer, and Mr. Al Brown. Seated: Miss Delores Gibler, Mrs. Helene Edwards, Mrs. Jane Abbott, Mrs. Doris Smith, and Mrs. Doris Garner. 9461111411 MISS RUTHANNA ALBIN Secretary Zflb' fuside Sfary "Chow Time" Mrs. Leotu Thorsen Mrs. Pauline Mackie , N K M Valleyford-Freeman Route Mr. Fred Horst Valleyford-Freeman Route Mr. Henry Boyer Ui ug A r .giksdi-Y 's'N-.0 W. -Q3 gh, "Tidy Man" Mr. Orrill Conant t ,mini Latah-Freeman Route Mr. Clifford Hogdson Rockford-Freeman Route Mr. Isaac Williams Q 'di Student Hardy Officer Left to right: Marie Houston, Tl'91l5Lll'Cl'Q Marvin Peterson, lfresidentg Dixtnno O'Connoi', Socreturyg and Bobbi Jo Tee, Vice-President. Student Hozmcil Buck row lctt to right: Jini Burton, Larry Kluwundcr, Ken Kluwunder, Recd Robertson, John Carlson, :Lnd Dwight Faire. Middle row left to right: Ron Pridezlux, Kathy Bezonu, Jim Plunkitt, Jczinotte LaShaw, Donald Darcy und Kathie Morris. Front row lott to right: Bobbi Jo Too, Marvin Peterson, Diauino O'COHllO1', amd Mario Houston. 5 I aj V 4 t 43' ,.....-fl X Seniors O ,,,,,, U15 Senior flu!! of Zim: LANA KI Valleyfo 60- Valcdicfariafzs 60- Salumtarians i BAR BA RA 8 L i n ' DARRELL BUNDY Mixed Chorus Q, 25 Band 1, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. 35 Le-tterman's Club 2,3,45 Football 1, 2, 3,45 Basketball Mgr. 25 Baseball 1,25 County Music Meet 1, 2, 3,45 Livestock Judging Team 35 Senior Play 4. THERESA DARCY Girls' Federation l,2,3,45 G. A. A. 1,25 Drill Team 1,45 Pep Club 45 Chorus 15 Music Festival l5 News- paper Staff 2,45 Annual Staff 25 "Life of the Party" 25 Girls' Federation Assistant Historian 25 P. E. l, 25 Senior Play 4. SHIRLEY DAVEY Girls' Federation l,2,3,45 G. A. A. l5 Drill Team l, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 2, 45 Annual Staff 25 P. E. l, 25 Mixed Chorus l5 Senior Play 4. ROBERT QBoby BOY Band l, 25 Basketball Manager l, 25 Baseball Manager 1, 25 Class Treasurer l5 Letterman'S Club 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. 2, 35 "Life ofthe Party" 25 Senior Play 4. MARVIN fMarvj PETERSON Boys' Chorus 1,25 Band l, 2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus 25 County Band 1, 2, 3,45 Lilac Parade 1,25 Stadium Parade 1, 25 Football l, 2, 3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Baseball 15 Letterman 2, 3,45 F. F. A. 3,45 F. F. A. vicepresiuent 4, Land Judging 45 Livestock Judging 45 Letterma,n's Club Secretary 45 Student Council 45 Class Vicc President 45 Rockford Parade l, 2, 3, 45 Senior Play 4. ANN QSquirty MARIE LEWIS Girls' Federation l, 2, 3, 45 G. A. A. 1,25 Drill Team 1,35 Pep Club 35 Chorus l, 2, 3,45 Music Festival l, 2, 3,45 Life Of The Party 25 P. l,25 Senior Play 4. ,f gf! V JANICE QJanp Lic HT Girls' Federation l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 25 Stadium Parade l5 County Music Festival 1,25 Chorus l,25 Girls' Federation Historian 35 Newspaper 3,45 Annual Editor 45 Basketball l, 25 Badminton l, 25 Golf l, 25 Volleyball l, 25 Senior Play 4. JAMES fJimj BURTON F. F. A. l,2,3,45 Basketball l, 2,35 Baseball 15 Football 3,45 Letterman'S Club Vice President 45 F. F. A. Vice President 35 F. F. A. President 45 Crop Judging Team 35 Land Judging Team 35 Poultry Judg- ing Team 25 "Life of the Party" 25 "And Never Been Kissed" 15 Senior Play 4. , LARRY KLAWUNDER Basketball l, 2, 3, 45 Football l, 3, 45 Baseball l, 25 Letterman 45 Letterman Pres. 45 Class Pres. 25 Student Council 45 Boys' State 35 F. F. A. 3,45 Judging Team 35 Band l, 2, 3, 45 County Band 2, 3, 45 Boys' Chorus 1,25 Mixed Chorus 1,25 Senior Play 4. LINDA LEE PRUETT Class Sec. l, 25 Student Body Sec- retary 35 Class Treas. 1,25 Class Pres. 35 Girls' Chorus l,2, 3,45 Mixed Chorus l, 2, 35 Sextette 2, 35 P- E- 1,25 Newspaper Staff 1,2,3, Girls' Fed. Vice Pres. 35 Carnival Princess 25 Fair Princess 45 Annual Staff 45 Girls' Federation 1 3,45 Girls' Fed. Corr. See. 45 "Its El Great Life " l5 "A Feudin' Over Y0Hd91"' 2s "A Pair of Country Kids" 35 Senior Play 4. 12: .Y l ,ak f QBobbiJ JO TEE Student Body Vice President 45 Class Pres. 1,25 Girls' Federa- tion l, 2, 3, 45 Student Council l, 45 Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 45 Mixed Chorus l, 2, 35 Girls' Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Assist. Ed. Newspaper 35 News- paper Staff l, 2, 35 Class Sec.- Treas. 35 Girls' State 35 Carnival Queen 35 Annual Staff 45 Fall Festival Queen 45 P. E. 1,25 Sextette 1,25 "It's a Great Life" 15 "A Feuding Over Yonder" 25 "A Pair of Country Kids" 35 Senior Play 4. MICKEY FARRELLY Basketball l, 2, 35 Baseball 25 Football 45 Class Plays 2, 35 Boys' Chorus l, 2, 35 Letterman's Club l, 2, 3,45 Class Vice Pres. 35 F. F. A. 45 Boys' State 35 Tennis 25 Carnival King 35 Senior Play 4. , .. ,. "-- . wh "fifth ,Lf Qi, ii - . 5 ., 5, CHRISTOPHER fChrisl GREEN F. F. A. 35 Boys' Chorus 15 Tumb- ling 15 Football 25 Tennis 15 Senior Play 4. KATHLEEN fKathiej MORRIS Girls' Federation l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Federation Secretary 25 Girls' Federation Treasurer 35 Girls' Federation President 45 Girls' Federation Corresponding See- retary 35 Stadium Parade l, 25 Lilac Parade l, 35 Newspaper Co-Editor 45 Fall Festival Princess 25 Rockford Parade l, 2, 3,45 Class Treasurer 3,45 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 1, 2, 3,45 Annual Staff 35 Newspaper Corres- pondent 45 Chorus l, 2, 35 Student Council 45 County Band l, 2,45 P. E. 1,25 Senior Play 4. A LAUREL fLollyl KOCH V Class Vice Pres. 15 Girls' tion l, 2, 3,45 Pep Club 15 Cheerleader 25 Band l, 25 Chorus l, 3,45 Tri-State 25 Girls' State 35 Girls' Fed. Treas. 25 Girls' Fed. Rec. Sec. 35 Student Council 35 Annual Staff 1, 2, 45 Cotton Day Princess 2, 35 G. A. A. 15 Mixed Chorus l5 County Music Meet l, 2, 45 Cheney Music Meet 35 "And Never Been Kissed" 15 "Life of thc Party" 2 Senior Play 4. ANDRE MYRON Class Treasurer 15 F. F. A. l,2,3, 45 Basketball l, 2, 35 Baseball l, 25 F. F. A. Reporter 45 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 45 Senior Play 4. 459' GORDON FOWLER ll l, 2, 45 Basketball l, 25 Football l, 3, 45 Football Manager 25 Letterman's Club 2, 3,45 Senior Play 4. MARILYN QButchj HIRSC HEL Girls' Federation l, 2, 3, 45 P. E. 1,25 Chorus l,3, 45 Girls' Fed. Historian 2,45 Student Council l, 35 Annual Staff 2, 35 Tri-State 25 Drill Team l5 Band l, 25 County Music Meet 1, 2, 35 Cheney'Music Meet 35 "And Never Been Kissed' 15 "Life of the Party" Z5 Senior Play 4. l' BARBARA QBarbj BROWN Girls' Federation l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Ch01'US 13 Pep Club l, 45 Senior Play 4. ROBERT fBobj SCHNEIDER Class Vice-President 25 Football 1, 23 Baseball 25 Basketball Mana- ger 25 Letterman's Club l, 2, 3,45 Senior Play 4. DENNIS DARCY F. F. A. 1,2,3,45 F. F. A. state Convention 35 F. F. A. Sentinel 45 Land Judging Team 3, 45 Live- stock Judging Team 2, 3, 45 Crop Judging Team 3, 45 Poultry Judging Team 25 Basketball 1, 25 Basket- ball Mgr. 35 Baseball 1, 25 Foot- ball 45 Band 15 "Life of the Party" Senior Play 4. LORRAINE BRAMAN Class Sec. l, 2,35 Annual Staff l,2, 35 Chorus 1,35 G. A. A. 1,25 Girls' Federation l, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Fed. Rep. 2,35 Girls' Fed. Sec. 45 Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 45 Paper Staff 2,45 Drill Team l, 3,45 Pep Club 3, 45 Band 45 Prom Queen 25 P. E. 1,25 Office 45 "And Never Been Kissed" 15 "Life of the Party" 25 Senior Play 4. f 4 . 'N Nr 2 J. I . i' . 0 5 ' 5 - 4. , - lf' af ' , , . 5 fir MARY ANN HARRIS County Music Festival l, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club l, 2, 3, 45 Drill Team 45 Chorus l, 2, 3, 45 Newspaper Staff 45 Girls' Federation 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Federation Vice Presi- dent 45 Shadle Music Contest 35 Basketball 1, 25 Ballet 15 Bad- minton 25 Golfing 1,25 Folk Dancing5 Senior Play 4. WILLIAM fBillj MIC HE LBOOK Mixed Chorus 1,25 Band l, 2, 3, 45 F. F. A. 35 County Music Meet 2, 3,45 Crop Judging Team 35 Livestock Judging Team 35 Lzuid Judging Team 35 Basketball 2, 3, Football 2, 35 Baseball 25 Senior Play 4. f Ng, LANAfPunkyj KIRPES County Music Festival 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 3,43 Drill Team 3,4Q Chorus 1, 2,43 Newspaper Staff 4g Betty Crocker Homemaker Of The Year 43 Girls' Federation l, 2, 3, 4g Basketball l, 2s Volley- ball l, 23 Baseball 1, 23 Badminton 23 Ballet lg Folk Dancing 2g Golf- ing l, 2g Senior Play 4. MARIE HOUSTON Class Vice President l, 2, 3s Stu- dent Council Representative 13 Class Treasurer 2g Cheerleader l,2, 3,43 Tri State 2g Pep Club l, 2, 3,43 Drill Team 1, 3,43 "Life of the Party" 23 Chorus 1,2,43 Class Pres- ident 4g Student Body Treasurer 3, 4g Girls' Federation l, 2, 3, 4g Girls' Fed- eration President 33 Girls' Feder- ation Secretary 23 Girls' Federation Treasurer 43 G. A. A. 1,23 Paper Co-Editor 43 Senior Play 4. RONALD QSamj EUGENE FRISTOE F. F. A. l,2,3,43 F. F. A. Sec- retary 3,43 Crop Judging 3,43 Land Judging 3, 4g Livestock Judging 2, 3, 4g Annual Staff 43 Class Pres. 2g Baseball l, 2, 3, 4g Basketball l, 2, 33 Letterman's Club 2, 3, 43 Mixed Cho- rus l3 Band l, 23 "Life of the Party" 23 Boys' State 33 F. F. A. State Convention 43 Junior Livestock Show 2, 3, 43 Mead Music Festival 1, 23 Poultry Judging 2g Senior Play 4. HERBERT 1HerbJ SMITH Red Letterman l, 2, 3s Baseball 13 Basketball l, 2, 3g Mixed Chorus l, 2,33 Boys' Chorus l,2,33 Hi Lights 2g Senior Play 4. A55- CAROL PHILLIPS Chorus l, 2, 3, 4s Girls' Fed- eration l, 2, 3, 43 Annual Staff 33 Pep Club 2, 3, 4g Drill Team 3g Volleyball 23 Golf 23 Badminton 23 Senior Play 4. DONNA MATT Hi-Lite Staff l3 P. E. l, 23 Bad- minton 33 Baseball 3g Girls' Federation 1, 2, 3, 4g Class Rep- resentative 23 Student Council Representative l3 Senior Play 4 3 CHRISTINE fChrisj DENNIS Class Vice-Pres. 3, Girls' Federation 1, 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus l,3g Girls' Chorus 3, P. E. l,2, 3g Newspaper Staff 33 Senior Play 4. SUSAN BRASSARD OLMSTEAD Student Body Secretary 3g Class Secretary l, 2, 3g Newspaper Staff 4g Girls' Federation l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Club President 3, Pep Club l,2,3g Girls' Federation Vice- President 25 Girls' Federation Secretary 3g Lilac Parade l, 3g Stadium Parade 1,23 Fall Festi- val Princess lg Rocldord Fair Princess 45 Rockford Parade 2, 3g Chorus l, 2,4g Band l, 2, 3, 45 Drill Team 3g Student Council 39 County Band l,2g County Girls' Chorus 3g P. E. l,2. Senior Play 4. NICHOLAS fNickJ EWING F. F. A. 2,3,4g Lettermen's Club 3, 4, Boys' Federation lg F. F. A. Treas. 4, Junior Live- stock Show 23 Crop Judging Team 3, 49 Livestock Judging Team 2, 3, 4g Land Judging Team 3,49 Poul- try Judging Team 2g Basketball 2g Basketball Mgr. 39 Football 4g Baseball 2,3, 4g "Life of the Party" 2g Senior Play 4. cr :salsa fJudyj BRAMAN Girls' Federation l, 2, 3, 4g Pep Club 2g Senior Play 4. ,AW SICNIOR CLASS Ol"I"ICERS IJRILSIIDI-IN'l': Marie Houston VICE-I IlIiSIDlCN'l':lllalrvin l'L-turson SIQCRI-l'I'.XRY: l,m'rziinL' Bl'.llll in 'l'RlC,XSl'Rlili: Iizithiu lllorris S'I'l'DI'IN'l' COUNCIL: l,:ir1'i' Kl1lXX'llllflt 9 9 I l CLASS COLOR: Silx 01' :incl lXIintG1'e I CLASS FLOXYIQR: White Rose C L.-XSS INIOTTO: XYIIIIIUYUI' lilo Czills . I'o1'. Lgivc it your bc Vt 1 CLASS ADVISOR: Al Brown 'Sir B fvxgchtf bog 5,49 dw? , x an Q-Lquston UI q r-on nw s 0 It--'Z SPONSORED BY BURCHETT STUDIO HMAKERS OF FINE PORTRAITEH SOUTH 13 HOWARD STREET TELEPHONE MA 4.-2321 SPOKANE 4, WASHINGTON M , V :rn :S I3 K0 IH is Underclussmen 'zggg lim , ,,.,,L,,,. ,WW o ff, ,E J m , W 1 1, Z.. Z sf NX N 04,3 '9 V kk ,wa-5 1-it . i n w '. i'. It if ..,1, fix 1 if 3 5 ' I' ggi fig g . 'sh .3 X ,f my 445 fm M . ,W , , fx if at Q 'f ae F 4' A is 1, . aiiiifihi H gamlfii Xjm: 'Q WP' M K X ggi 1 W ,i ff nik t ig gig 4. 1, ,, 'ii . wx se? 6 :ii N Qu, L14 -.F--It wasp:- ,.,1 . L i?,,et,.tM g fi ,V fi My at ' I ', wr? ,.1k::.f,. aa . J ' ' Fffis S , ' aw Jerry Cross Elton Rott Jlmior Class Officers N First Semester ' Reed Robertson, President Tom Bertholf, Vice-President Jo Pitner, Secretary Sue Miller, Treasurer Carlene Mahn Ken Klawunder Virginia Novak Chet Sharp Dianne 0'Cormor Dale Rumford Ron McPherson Sam Yarnell Larry Tee Richard Peterson Pat Stark Reed Robertson Gloria LaShaw Thomas Tatum Carolyn Meckel O Ken Klawunder, Student Council Representative Jo Pitner Bob Kopp Sue Miller Leon Mann Gail Hagensen John Dea Kenneth Michelbook fi ii A X g ' 1 S4 W' 1- fied' Jay Weidner Neal Howell Tom Bertholf Willene Olmsted David Reed Paul Clizer Gerry Mahn Mary Abel rw-1 'Q' H me wa , ff 'J I 1 ' . , fr 3' - ' ,W L, . L, i.,, if , Q , r 4, E Q X . . r M. E. f S 2 Q 4, :ge fl 2 1 gs E David Klawunder 5, - J K r -P 3' Walter Laird i li ? -,x ' x Clifford Dehle , lu i -hvf 1, .. F A Eg. I ,rb i X, livin-.V--Ti' r H bv-Vi A M J f '-bg X so- El:-X w 9? 1 'egbgl' , l as J: fs. Junior Class Officers fgff Q -if Second Semester L Jerry Cross, Vice-President Reed Robertson, Student Council Representative Q Gail Hagensen, Secretary L - 1 Kenneth Klawunder, President Kenneth Michelbook, Treasurer K If ' 2' v X A r ,.,: A U M wwf L .:, T fi: Q , - Eliffkz 'V - . if i' .rj . , Wx. . , it gig' ff W is xl" lg i 7' S 'lla 8 K 4 fag ' 'wa Mn NF' Art Bertholf Doug Crane Bruce Robinson WW L Charlotte Hemken Sophomore Class Officers lst Semesterg Sheila Ben- ander, Treasurerg Jim Plunkitt, Student Coun. Rep. Ellen Parker, Secretaryg Ron Prideaux, Presidentg . Carol Crane, Vice-Pres- ' fl. Q Jim Fowler ' ment' A A 1. L f g W l ' + Ken Spann A ,-' 3 ' Q uuuu 4 Aw 5' Y . Laffy Keller Q 4 Q E K 5 ' ' M Dennis Bolser I "', L, Ron V '-,. 1 Linda Perkins in L'isr ' U it ,M A ' -L 'L n i r s ' f lf A r A 4 - M J :"'m""' Xi i J - i Leroy Peters ,,,, ,f 7 ml, W- ' V gg M Virginia Ewing zilf rrri 1 ,J J irri 'Y ririoir Q Qi U ROY Bmgamim , J lirr eiillrh A - Carolyn Comer ,K :.. ! :lb 'W' P 5 yay Don Darcy A A . I ' I 3 - V j s n 4 l 1 " 4 rgl, ., 1 g ,r, N H ' Glenda Sharp iiri 5242 , f . " l et.-7 i ,ig Ap '-,, Bill Jahns 'Z ' '1 'ii r Ls , ' REV K 5 ' :i 'J,l.!?'155?' Dou Brumfield :A V - 2'- - a j i Qs' .- H g A L W ' J' Fred Lee My f 5 I " Nxt X Jeanette LaShaw V W , , ' ' ' .X f L . g W g if f, g V Y Jerry Olson A P so Karen McC1ung V E' L 'lleel Q Loren Garber A i t 1 g ' : A -L Ellen Parker .. 'iii-J ' A. 7 5 V ' Tom Burton x' I X . 20 Leroy Olson .b J Fred Hansen A ' , A Magi Terry Warren QS 'if my l t, if fl J Q me 1 W Sophomore Class Officers 2nd Semester Bill Berkenbile, Treasurer Leroy Olson, Vice-President Virginia Ewing, Secretary Jim Plunkitt, President Jeanette LaShaw, S.C. Rep. Janice Fricke Raymond Olson Jim Plunkitt Tom Rowland Carol Crane Jerrie Ost - Sheila Benander ,. may it n his Yi Donna Marlow f Ronnie Mills Q . if Lynette Fisher N3 .ff Allen Lesser Orville Morgan , . ' S' ' . Bill Berkenbile ' Q Gail Kleweno A z R . N ,slid W XYQ: N 1 . Dick Paulicheck Jenny Gessner Colleen Farrelly M Ron Pr1deaux Garry Mills lw' J,""f 'f ' M A H! ' ' 4 . 1 LQ l qu 2 25 Xifcr in Wil' b . sy k 'IFJ N. is , A f 9-L ., ,Jw J H . , , ,A Margaret Dorris Bruce Smith J-4 fv. gl. ' ss est' . M? Q , 1 M X l X , ri i M ' f 0? A f ' -1.-1. ff' 1 W g ' - ie . 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Judy Smith, Treasurer Chipper Greene, Vice-President Freshman Class Officers 2nd Semester Monty Williams, Vice-President Bonnie Hansen, Treasurer John Carlson, Student Council Rep Kathy Bezong, President N Andrea Tilton, Secretary Kenny Renfro, Secretary FSS Dwight Faire, President RQ! 1 J J , . , - Y J' Larry Greenwalt ' ' "" " Z ,l j , Z V it ,h Kathy Bezona , , ' 34 , ' ' V 3. M U 5 John Carlson ' if is M T F 1' f Wlg dire hi t 'S if W ,ii P f., , ,W . Barry Ewing I' '. . K , 1' ' - . X ,,,f 'gif 'x Lf .2 . p , ,t V C, if, Ray Pierce H3553 R' ,- Nfjuyaxgzfff 6 Q. I A ' 35:55. A Bonnie Hansen X mv, . SH, u V Cary Myron X in 'ku Pat Crane f ' 'V M V if 7 ' " Linda Lewis 1 J if gc S,,, w e 141 r Wx- I V' vqiqv Z xx , I S :,' X hxxwkk N 1 22 Carolyn Dea Ken Renfro Jim Kirpes Ken Hirschel Jim Jones Pat Napier Monty Williams Dyann J acot Mickey Stark Pat Metzger Chris Ottosen Jean Darcy Wendell Matt Joan Bertholf Mike Yarnell Ilene Wing Jim Fricke Mary Plunkitt Marlin Collier Diane Tuft David Meckel Dianne Marlow Ted Hansen Judy Smith Dwaine Scott Marcia Ohlson Dennis Laird Andrea Tilton Don Russell f. 7 , " :.:9. . -if Barbara Hlnman wifi Www Gary Marlow Sharon Koch Bill Greene Dail McCumber Gordon Goos Alice Carmack Terry Collier Lois Fristoe Pat Chase Barbara Davidson Q W I :in i-AWE it gifs ' .Q We jf' Flag K . i s ,Q . . ,, - f G., L v G aa -- F W all A h 5 ,C ,nw I ir . - K L' n 4 kt W ffl? va Mk V, K E Z ..:I,, ' nk' 1 i f Ev 5 A ix ,K . ,ft -H-fi' t Y V I gf-ff ,fig Q 5 fa Q :ji , in SF fi M M 3 if ,. 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A X , J a. , N 11 Actlvltles ff . ow' .J 30: ig 4 Nziissff ,W '.f 0 i4,M'ffw.,i,f, ,. zfgiyf, -1 3 ' 2 1' ' ,Q ,W ,ls . :Yi ' D 'fx 1 Mm. 3 Bi If rf' fn ' , 'uf H I ,,.9"' f . ' All W an ,rglzgiixl I, .. ,.,.-v I ,.- 2 A wiffggyiggl g 5 WS' I 91 , "': ei was ai Fourth row: Bonnie Hansen, Richard Peterson, Bill Michelbook, Larry Klawunder, Gary Mills :md Mary Farrelly. Third row: Kathie Morris, Gordon Goos, Gail Hagensen, Donald Russell, Andrea Tilton, Ron Mills, Dianne O'Con- nor, and Sheila Benander. Second row: Leroy Olson, Bill Jahns, James Fricke, Bruce Robinson, Virginia Novak, Elton Rott, Darrell Bundy, Dyann Jacot and Sharon Koch. First row: Bill Berkenbilo, Marcia Ohlson, Pat Chase, Orville Morgan, Marvin Peterson, Ken Michelbook, Sam Yarncll, Bruce Smith, Ron Prideaux, Alice Carmack, and Mike Yarnell. Standing: Miss Gibler, and Marie Houston. Girls' Cflmrus First row: Judy Branian, Lana Kirpes, Barbara Davidson, Margaret Dorris, Marie Houston, Marilyn Hirschel, Jenny Gessner, Ellen Parker, Mary Ann Harris, Karen McClung, Sue Miller, Dianne Marlow, and Lois Fristoe. Second row: Miss Gibler, Carol Crane, Jo Pitner, Donna Marlow, Carol Phillips, Gail Hagensen, Dianne O'Con- nor, Kathie Morris, Joan Bertholf, Carolyn Cotner, Lynette Fisher, Barbara Hinman, and Jean Darcy. Third row: Ann Lewis, Shirley Davey,'Bobbi Jo Tec, Laurel Koch, Willene Olmsted. Dail McCumber, Pat Metzger, Mary Farrelly, Gail Kleweno, Mary Plunkitt, and Linda Lewis. Last row: Pat Stark, Virginia Novak, Linda Pruett, Carolyn Dea, Sheila Benander, Carlene Mahn, Dyann Jaeot, Carolyn Meckel, Gloria LaShaw, and Pat Napier. xx '3 cy WW, kr ,, N' K., W, 'V off? -x ew paper Staff Back row: Mrs. Garner, .-Xtlvisorg Jau Licht, Theresa Darcy, lllary Aim Harris, Lana Kirpes, Shirley Davey, Marie Houston, Co-Editor. Seated: Kathie Morris, Cofliditor, and Lorraine Braman. Annual Staff Back row: Sum Fristoe, Jim Burton, and Mrs. Garner, Advisor. Seated left to right: Laurel Koch, Ellen Parker, Bobbi Jo Tee, Editor, Jam Lieht, Assistant EdiLor, Jo Pituer, Linda Pruett, Virginia Novak, and Dianne O'Conuor. M1 1 fx' -ea 4? -9 25,55 A .Q W. its Girl ' Qcdera tion Back row: Jan Licht, Theresa Darcy, Lorraine Braman, Pat Stark, Colleen Farrelly, Andrea Tilton, Jean Darcy, Charlotte Hemken, Laurel Koch, and Barbara Brown. Fourth row: Bonnie Hansen, Linda Lewis, Joan Bertholf, Carlene Mahn, Marie Houston, Gail Kleweno, Ilene Wing, Virginia Novak, Dianne O'Connor, Kathie Morris, Carolyn Dea, Marcia Ohlson, and Margaret Dorris. Third row: Judy Smith, Barbara Davidson, Dyann Jacot, Barbara Hinman, Sharon Koch, Carolyn Cotner, Pat Napier, Judith Braman, Pat Metzger, Dail McCumber, Carolyn Meckel, Carol Cra.ne, Janice Fricke, Kathy Bezona, and Mrs. Edwards, Advisor. Second row: Lois Fristoe, Dianne Marlow, Karen McClu.ng, Donna Marlow, Carol Phillips, Lynette Fisher, Jo Pitner, Ellen Parker, Jenny Gessner, Linda Pruett, Bobbi Jo Tee, Sheila Benander, Ann Moomaugh, Gloria LaShaw, and Marilyn Hirschel. Front row: Jeanette LaShaw, Sue Miller, Virginia Ewing, Glenda Sharp, Linda Perkins, Mary Abel, Mary Ann Harris, Lana Kirpes, Shirley Davey, Mary Plunkitt, Ann Lewis, Gail Hagensen, and Willene Olmsted. Pep 61116 Back row: Karen McClung, Donna Marlow, Jo Pitner, Kathie Morris, and Linda Pruett. Fourth row: Jenny Gessner, Sheila Benander, Glenda Sharp, Virginia Ewing, Pat Stark, Joan Bertholf, Colleen Farrelly, Gail Kleweno, Jeanette LaShaw, Dianne Marlow, and Miss Gibler. Third row: Judy Smith, Ellen Parker, Lynette Fisher, Carolyn Cotner, Pat Metzger, Dail McCumber, Pat Napier, Andrea Tilton, Sharon Koch, Janice Fricke, Margaret Dorris, Linda Perkins, Mary Ann Harris, and Shirley Davey. Second row: Kathy Bezona, Barbara Davidson, Dyann Jacot, Carolyn Dea, Gloria LaShaw, Carolyn Mecke1,Chris Dennis, Theresa Darcy, Mary Plunkitt, Barbara Brown, Willene Olmsted, and Lana Kirpes. Front row: Virginia Novak, Sue Miller, Jean Darcy, Charlotte Hemken, Carol Crane, Bonnie Hansen, Lorraine Braman, Dianne O'Connor, Bobbi Tee, Marie Houston, Mary Abel, and Gail Hagensen. M, x,,' 4 X I 1 ,X if yn., at ag au, 9 fa if 'U 1.4, f. X0 ff. , CQ x A 'H Q, 'gwgfa XP ? K ,bl Z, . Y 1 ,Qi'Qy' 1,5 ,fi K wk, 55 N fa, W Sf, ifwm i . , 0.-5 is N' 'YF ,4- f ,.,4f,- 1, ' L id A .gd 5 .YQ Q .2 Qikg ww. as af as-A Y Q. x e W .gk xf 'C vi V: if Q2 ' f N5 ,Qgjvl wuf31.n A O Ya 'Rb ,il wi W me Q We g ,J Q v -Q E S ,ag 3,5 L AFQ Drill Umm Front row: Sue Miller, Virginia Ewing, Glenda Sharp, Willene Olmstead, Pat Stark, Mary Ann Harris Lana Kirpes, Shirley Davey, Donna Marlow. Second row: Miss Gibler, Carol Phillips, Lynette Fisher, Jo Pitnei Ellen Parker, Jenny Gessner, Linda Pruett, Theresa Darcy. Top row: Jean Darcy, Charlotte Hemken C irol Crane, Bonnie Hansen, Lorraine Braman, Bobbi Tee,, Dianne O'Connor, Marie Houston. ,Cettermcu 's 61116 Back row: Larry Tee, Neal Howell, David Reed, John Dea, Allen Lesser, Walter Laird, Gary Marlow Mickey Stark, and Bob Schneider. Middle row: Art Bertholf, Jim Plunkitt, Loren Garber, Dennis Bolser, Ron Fris toe, Ken Klawunder, Andre Myron, Darrell Bundy and Mr. Latimer, Coach. Front row: Tom Bertholt, Jim Burton, Larry Klawunder, Marvin Peterson, Nick Ewing, Fred Lee, Paul Clizer, and Gordon Fowler 1 e we ,, , ,Q . rl li W Z A ,F X S 5, , 'NAS W ll 6 , Q 1 'fig XM! ,gvlff . ,.,,-:a 11' 'S-' - , f- L rx! 21 I i , 1 4 4 5 I Q I 99,4 Offieer Left to right: Dennis Darcy, Sentinel, Marvin Peterson, Vice- President, Jim Burton, President, Nick Ewing, Treasurer, Andre Myron, Reporter, and Ron Fristoc, Secretary. 99,4 Member Back row: Leon Mzum, Ron McPherson, :md Ken Michelbook. Fourth row: Clifford Dehle, Dz1vidReed, Donald Russell, James Fricke, Pat Chase, Dwaine Scott, Mike Yurnell, David Meckel, Terry Collier, and Elton Rott. Third row: Jay Weidner, Robert Kopp, Leroy Olson, Barry Ewing, Dwight Faire, Marlin Collier, Ken Hirschel Walter Laird, and Paul Clixer. Second row: Ken Klawunder, Jerry Cross, Jim Plunkitt, Bruce Smith, Bill Jahns, Dennis Bolser, Ray Olson, Cary Myron, Leroy Peters, I..Z11'1'j,'lYllLlXN'L1I1t,ll21', and Reed Robertson. First row: Mr. McCauley, Richard Peterson, Dennis Dzlrcy, Andre Myron, Nick Ewing, Jim Burton, Marvin Peter- son, Sam Fristoe, Don Darcy, Tom Burton, and Gordon Goos. "1 5' ,al if L, . L. 4g .. "FL 4' q 9 9,4 ,Cund judging Ccuin V5-ff ,4-an "Q-il? S4 i"f "-if 9 9,4 Hrvp judging Ccnin 9 9,4 Stark judging Zfcuin DQ O Ron Fristoe, Robert Kopp, Clifford Dehle, Jim Burton, Larry Kluwunder Nick Ewing, Dennis Darcy, and Walter Laird Ron Fristoe, Nick Ewing, Marvin Peterson, and Dennis Darcy. Ron Fristoe, Clifford Dehle, Ron McPherson, Nick Ewing, Jim Burton, Marvin Peterson, and Dennis Darcy. chan! Halcudar I 95 8- I 95 9 September: 2 School Started 10 Athletic Physicals, Student Body Meeting ll Student Council Meeting 15 National Assembly, Russ Potter 16 Cheer Leader Tryouts 17 Student Body Meeting 18 Frosh Initiation 19 Post Falls here 26 Riverside here, Freshman Return Dance October: 1 School Fight Song Chosen, Annual Meeting, Girls' Federation Meeting 3 Coeur d' Alene Academy there 7 National Assembly, James Green Halgh, Board Meeting 8 Rockford Grade PTA, Pep Club Meeting 10 Otis Orchards there, Girls' Federation Sz FFA Initiation 16 Valleyford PTA 17 Priest River here 21 Scholarship Qualifying Test 23 Freeman PTA 24 Medical Lake there, Senior Sock Hop 27 Nine Weeks' Tests 31 Rathdrum there November: 1 Grain Growers Dinner 7 Report Cards 10 National Assembly, Dee Jay Nelson 19 County Music Festival at Mead December: 1 B Squad and Frosh at Plummer 2 Merry-Go-Round 3 National Assembly, Dr. No Youn Park 4 Sophomore Girls to Mead 5 IHM Academy here 9 Davenport here, Student Council 12 Riverside here 13 Rosalia here 16 Fairfield there 18 Cheney Jr. High there, Pictures for Annual Taken at School 19 Wilbur there 20 Senior Ball at Spangle 23 Out for Vacation 29 Christmas Tournament 30 Christmas Tournament 33 Selma! Zalcudur I 95 8 - I 959 January: 2 Deer Park there 6 Plummer here 8 Mead Jr. High here 9 Spangle there 10 Rosalia there 13 Otis Orchards there 15 North Pine Jr. High there 16 Medical Lake here 17 Deer Park here 20 Fairfield here, End of Nine Weeks and Semester 22 Greenacres Jr. High here 23 Riverside there 27 Otis Orchards here 29 Libby Jr. High there 30 Medical Lake there February: 3 Davenport there 5. Cheney Jr. High here, Seniors Take College Test ll Girls' Playday here 12 Mead Jr. High there 13-14 County Tournament 19 North Pine Jr. High there 20-21 County Tournament 2-4 National Assembly, Mr. Sz Mrs. Harold Allen 26 Greenacres Jr. High there March: 4 Citizenship Excursion to State Tournament 5 Triple Trio to Fairfield, Libby Jr. High here Senior College Conference at West Valley 14 Badminton at Mead 20 Senior Plays 24 End of Nine Weeks April: 1 Otis Orchards Concert there 3 Baseball Season Opens, Fairfield at Freeman 8-9-10 Spring Vacation, Spelling Contest 15 Band Concert here . 17 Otis Orchards at Freeman, National Assembly 23 P. T,A. Style Show 24 Junior Prom, Freeman at Medical Lake 25 Large Group Contests at Shadle Park May: l Freeman at Spangle 8 Riverside at Freeman 13 Softball Playday at Otis Orchards 22 Last Day for Seniors, Senior Excursion 24 Baccalaureate 27 Graduation ' 28 School's Out!! xvff 'r IJ A 5 ,N F! SNK Q J w GY' 44 'E ' 1 i K, """"5,x YI. 1 Mrs 5 in E K.. Siawwx -wfswwnlwa-uid .,!r,'. fx. v --wwf TJ wp, r g-igiii A " V. ,, SPD" KH, J A A QW ia 4 W 4 5 Zh fl 4, s 5411.4 Mickey Farrelly Marvin Petersen l-1 Tackles 44 Tackles Larry Tee 2 Tackles ' 5 if 'hi Yl'5I"' 4 U3 A Q A Chet Sharp 27 Tackles 1958 I x 5 N ea . 4 ,ZIV lf?-l'4f'flf ll l X , 7 R '! vw K X 1 John Dca Jim Burton Nick Ewing Dennis Bolser Darrell Bundy 3 Tackles 451 Tackles 5 Tackles 20 Tackles 57 Tackles T n is We Q '-4 ' ' l if rg j s, . lc " if A I 5 K' 'Wen Nth JJ: .E I 'N K . u f +V- .fe 1 DA F-33' I. Orville Morgan Iiavid liccsl f David Smith Fred Hansen Tum Berlholl Walter Laird ll Tackles 31 Tackles 5 Tackl s , 0 Tackles 51 Tackles 53 Tackles fl I ' A yr' K' V V ' ggi", 4 ' ' Fi -lm ' - A' M 4- ff ' A M i lk F Tiny 4 A 3 ri Q N V wa - - 'S T' ' ' ,. ,l.,, M, ' 3 ., .. . xx . A , Q , Barry Lining Dennis Darcy Fred Lee Allen Lesser Loren Garber Art Bertholi' IP Tackles 12 Tackles U6 Tackles 7 Tackles 6 Tackles 26 Tackles Defense Trophy Vw , N. , I - I V -1 x V ., T fine , y if ' l il N fhfalball . we .L nl it 1 Q I 1. . Q ! Gary ltlarlmx Larry lilaxxumler Ken Klawuncler Mickey Stark Bm Beykul-,bile lli Tackles 43 'Tackles 55 Tackles 1 Tackle U Tackles k MR. LATIMER, Sept. 19 Pcst Fells 19 Freeman 6 Head Coach Sept. 26 Riverside 35 Freeman 0 JIM PLUNKITT, Oct. 3 Coeur d' Alene 32 Freeman 0 Manager Oct. 10 Otis Orchards 34 Freeman 0 MR. CRUZEN, Oct. 17 Priest River 34 Freeman 0 Assistant Coach Oct. 24 Medical Lake 25 Freeman 13 Oct. 31 Rathdrum 64 Freeman 13 'T 'NN 'SHT MMM egg we we gmt QQ Nggsm was 'si ,EA gm-argl Basketball 1958-1959 'FZ Merry-Go-Round "'5 IHM Academy QCDAJ X9 Davenport '12 Riverside '13 Rosalia 16 Fairfield 19 Wilbur '29 Xmas Tourney 1:30 Xmas Tourney January 3 Deer Park 'Denotes Home Games, Free K l Plummer FreemanB 9 Spangle 10 Rosalia 13 Otis Orchards '16 Medical Lake '17 Deer Park "'2O Fairfield 23 Riverside '27 Otis Orchards 3 Davenport l 'YG Spangle EN! Lf H 1 1 new-1 9, a.- Yj Jus .sf li , 5 5 "1' V' 1 il, -' 1 ,em 'A 5-'fr fss"'- ' fy 1'-l X1 dsrs QA ' Squad l6'ask alba!! Back row: Managers, Gerry Mahn, Jim Plunkittg Ken Michelbook, Ken Klawunder, Bill Michelbook, Larry Klawunder, Reed Robertson and Mr. Al Latimer, Coach. Front row: Tom Bertholf, Jerry Cross, Dale Rum ford, Marvin Peterson, and Dennis Bolser. fri. fn 52 x x l J J ,i S if fu A 5 F y, 'i F lily vi XJ F - 1' A X j 1 M F 'P 'L N L .J-12 ,I JA - isa. X, ,NJKKPKQ ' ty gfy'-,Y , X. 75' ' Squad Kaskciball ali L Back row left to right: Mr. Jesse Cruxen, Fred Lee, Raymond Olson, Loren Garber, Art Bertholf, and manager Jim Plunkitt. Front row left to right: Leroy Peters, Fred Hansen, Terry Warren, Leroy Olson, Don Darcy, and Tom Burton gl'l75f! Basketball Left to 1-ightg Bill Greene, Monty Williams, Mickey Stark, Barry Ewing, Dwight Faire, Mike Yarnell, Mr. Larry Helm, Gary Marlow, David Smith, Pat Chase and Kenny Hirsehel. A va, . . ., , iw. Y, A im. C. -Tau ig Q, ,I 4 fx 1' 1 in v Ea A 'f A if YH fig 'ffm ,fe 33 VVX ,wif if 131.15 JN IM u 'ZX Q mx + K' F grae, fglrq F is S J nm mi 4 -5: 1. .- 1 ff 'S- PN 'fs 1 L 1' fn: ' 1 fi ' f ' 'L Os .1 'q,..w- Aim iu , ,,w-MLN-""""-M 'sf M 5 QA 4 1 4:,,,,.yv Z . A Q. , 'Z rm-Q-: 1-h.5 gg-:K ,mm Q43 x 48 ..4'Qf.f' . V, 1 zu'f3m'1,f?fjlxi , ,. f' 2 M149 if 5... 3 ""-- f m ?x -A S Q y W . ' W Q., 'Av .AF x P .N., 2.3: , I ! vm. .Y Na- iii .Ask M - , L ""' A xi -NX M.. like , S . XS 1-- We hmm Girls' 19.8. Back row: Bonnie Hansen, Jezui Darcy, Judy Smith, Ilene Wing, Pat Napier, Joan Bertholf, Lois Fristoe, Barbara Hinman, Dianne Marlow, Miss Gibler. Front row: Kathy Bexona, Barbara Davidson, Sharon Koch, Andrea Tilton, Dyann Jacot, Carolyn Dea, Pat Metnger, Dail MeCumber, Marcia Ohlson, Mary Plunkett, and Linda Lewis ophomorc girls' 17.5. Back row: Miss Gibler, Ellen Parker, Gail Kleweno, Sheila Benander, Linda Perkins, Mary Farrelly, Janice Fricke, Virginia Ewing, Jeanette LaShaw, Donna Marlow, and Jo Pitner. Front row: Margaret Dorris, Lynette Fisher, Glenda Sharp, Carol Crane, Carolyn Cotner, Jenny Gessner, Karen McClung, and Charlotte Hemken. 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