Fremont County High School - Tiger Yearbook (Lander, WY)

 - Class of 1958

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NXXHUKNX YNWLYS 'WWE-E-D if VL CLE 4 de 74 . . . as R hx Q - How did you girls get in with the Administration? Mr. Cox mathematically figuring who will win the B.H.B. Tournament in Algebra ll. Mr. Hoagland and informal Spanish lecture. Miss Kim, you aren't trying to gain recognition, are you? MRS. ARMSTRONG MR. ALEXANDER MR. PETERSON, President I 5 P7 9, ,QM 244 .152-af-6 -fag, Qfbbq U 54' 5 552 MR. WARD MISS H UTCHINCS MR. HOA GLAND MRS TH OMPS MR OKANO MRS HART MR. COX fx MR SH UPE MR. VIARTINEZ MR. MCKINNEY S li, . ON . . MISS KIM . 3 l Q E li 5 MRS. ANSELL MR. BOEDEKER P' . I. Y 'F L' Q I ' , 'Z " x E MR. ANSTROM 1 Xfv-" I Nw' ' x MXSS ANDERSON ME. ALEXANDER was BALES A L MR. CARLSON MR. KXNG - MRS. STRON ACH MR. PATCH 1 ,f-Eg' .iw Jp,p7!V' 1 1 fl 'ffflQk7 544 49 Miss SELLERS ' Zig' ....--.w...-Q-.. ,- ww H' 74664546 '7cdwze 1-'W' MR. THOMPSON Superintendent MR. BUSH Principal MRS. FARTHING Secretary MR. HAYES MISS PETERSDORF N,.....,.,-..,-W..-.M-.m...,m....,-3 Q E 5 QF MARY ANNE APPLEHANS GGMary39 BOB BAILEY "Beetle" CHARLOTTE BROWN Gichodyii CARL BRUHARD 66Bruly7 7 KEITH ADAMS 6CTuffy7, DEWAYNE APPLEBY C fshleikv DON BALLARD "Delsey SHIRLEY BOCHE "Frenchy', ELLIOT BUCKMAN CCE!!! GAIL BYBEE "Bybee Bee" PAUL CHERRY "Cherry7' CHUCK CHINGMAN "Charlie', 5' E KEN CAREY GCKCHQS MARY KAY CHENEY "M00sey Kayu SHIRLEY CLAYCOMB 6'Squirrel" LARRY COGGINS 97 , JoN1 EARL "J, Br, SUSAN EWERS "Susiev TRUMAN FRIDAY "W00dword,' SANDRA GOODWIN GCBuCky99 STEVE DAVIS "Steve" TOM DUNCAN "Dania, DICK FERRY ccpudss WILLY F OSSEY "Fossil', DEANNA GUSTIN 6CGuS37 BARBARA HADENHAM J IM HAWK 5CHawk57 BILL HAYES Glcobib BARBARA HAGEMEISTER lGBa,-bi? VERA HARTMAN "Cookie', EILEEN HI-SER "Eileen" LINDA HOWELL CCLuCky75 DUANE IRVINE "Duane" KAREN JACOBSEN C6Red93 VERDA HOYT G Ipuggyfi HOWARD HURTADO "Potatoe" KAY LYON 6GKaty97 BELVERDA MYERS G iBel7 3 NICK MUGGLEBERG HGIZZITIOH J OAN MURRAY GiSpury97 ROBERT NEWTON ECHO,-n37 J IM NICHOLLS GGNiC77 PAT PATTERSON ccLe.fLy1: MAXIN E POGUE G6Max97 TOM NORTON HIVOTLH BRUCE PARRILL "BruceH CELEST RACE 'cCalesty" PAT RAMSEY Ciljalzyw JESSE ROBERTS 66168393 MARY ANN ROBERTSON "Susie', GERRY SAGE 66183597 LEROY SOENNICHSEN CCLer0y77 ANNETTE REYOS CGNeL7! KAY RINKER CCKay37 ws BILL ROGERS "Bone" LYN DA ROGERS GCRhaj37 JACK STEINBRECH "Steiny" KATHERINE THOMPSON lCKalhy73 WILLY TROSPER 'cfakev JOHN TRUJILLO CCTiny35 JIM THURSTON "Thurst" WILL JAMES TILLMAN "Will James" L6 tsqalb' AL"-6-gli 0215 Q RON VANOSS "Fo0ts,' DONNA WILLARD "Shorty" fig MM sf. K' , .. i .4-al' PAUL WILSON "Fabian JERRY YORK "Porkey" Pistol packing Lynda Ignorance is bliss Good morning, girls Sweet and mnocent What are you doing In Ronnie's y 0 u n g days. 9 1' Having a blast Karen? Gail Marie? ?? IH their y0UHg0r days. A pleasant smile for a pleasant day. Qmam David Anesi Ruth Boedeker Craig Clark Billy .lean Corbett 'Kij- Mary Armour Jean Buchanan Lonnie Claytor Speed Corbett . 5, Y 14 e X S K S 1 J - ,Q or it M s 5 'E' , A .. '52 ,- X W ,L is ty, V 13' f Vemon Armour Karen Carlson Bruce Cleveland I oe Cristando usgtkma AA? 4 s f x s 35 1' t. Y L 5 if V K ' - TI -K Ransom Arnold Mary Bertagnolli Darrell Chapman Bob Clark George Connell Sharon Darr fi. JoAnne Connell Paul East , r 5, is Q, fi f ear ' MQ wr .lerry Fischer Jerry Green Duane Hallett Edwin Hudson xxx 'P l- Q, ilu - 'fg iffti' Gail Folston Mary Ellen Green Fred Harris Dudley lnfine "s-. Corrine Friday .lim Gustin John Hastings Laluana Johnson . - V- -.. . Xeufsiuf Barbara Gallinger Pat Guthrie Paskel Henderson Ron Jones .-mf' iv . ,x ff I No Photo 1 AVAILABLE Naomi Glick Francis Hallam .lim Henneker Gerry Kiser Gail Kichler Mary Ann Logan Jim Mcwhinnie John Murphy , 5 ' Robert Klinger Ruth Lozier Bert Meredith Marilyn Peery Sterling Large Dixie Martin A -,- ,Ii 'X 'S am in H2 WW a - . M if H- fi 53 Mg gg: 2 .. :-. . if 5, in i 1 iw 3 g QW ' I' 55 N A Helen Lockard Patsy Mclntosh Cib Latinis Alex McDougall Charles Mills Ruth Ann Moller Judy Mullins Jim Pelham Floyd Peterson Leroy Reardon M 2 Q u i t .i:, i fb if if -li Alvena Redman Bob Rowan Dick Soennichsen Vincent Underwood it .tif wi N C C. ' dfiiell' . if W 31.2 H - : ,sf " . . A Q we . - K .1 .l f ii! K Wi if ..,. T, ,h i W LL . N I Q f,' '- X, AX F S nw' 2 6, ,gig 5 4 A f ,E -at 1 H! I , f , f 1 J. ll Harry Reed Katherine Reed .lack Scarlett Dick Scott Charles Sprout Mary .lane Urbigkit Pete Spriggs Dan Voecks Charlotte Roe Claudia Shearer Jerry Stephens Celia Von Beiker Dick Rogers James Sherlock, Wally Theis Anita Wadda I .r Evelyn Weber Chuck Welty Beverly Wilson Arydenne Blonder esfkawhu Ag? 9 fk Kwqyy, New-xr' ,hav Lee Adams Bryan Batton Betty Bruhard Janet Capellan John Applehans Rex Beckwith Judy Bump Virginia Carr I ' be ,IT H I Anita Armstrong Billy Boulette Becky Byers Linda Case Q ,-- tl F at : ' 'W Y A i f? 'K Earlene Babb Jim Brown Bob Campbell Joyce Clark Maurine Ballard Mike Brown Jeanne Campbell Kip Crofts ft? V - ,, rs.- W GTS .W ,lg J . .,., S , ,. my uul Y' " f off, 1 if ' 3 VN., swf Carol Dick Marilyn Eubanks Karen Frank Bill Hanking Dick Dollard .lulie Ewers Bob Fuller David Hatcher sf' Q H my wi.: . Q5 s 5 Q, Q s rin A Marka Duncan Gary Federer Marshall Gaylord Bucky Hawk , ,rua ' ww KJ af :.. M I A A . , f n A rlui n ,X Rickie Eden Janet Ferry Hugh Custin Susie Heller Carol Erickson Cecelia Foster Georgia Hallock .lonette Henderson :Shea . .: , -' I. - LJ J r Q 35 if 4, sw Carolyn Homecker Karen Johnson Harlan Kerr Eddie Lewis ,. A , ..A:, V lax i N, fa, g1',X?. Ali , L in fvfffi r, 3104 . 'K . U Pat Hubbard Don Kail Bob Killion rr? , - Frank Hurtado Cody Kaper George Klinger Robert Jackson Shannon Keirig John Laird Sandra Jacobson Lua Kelly Virginia Larson Marylin McKinney Neil Marsh Sharon McCann Bill McCormick R r-'r: : - is onso li' " K'T-Vligxli ,iff 3-"s, H Tzkfawfi N ' 6' '-igx1.1J?'Qz V ff if 'E.:.j 'Q' sr 'V 'N F u ia W' M a - 3 ag , 4-1 " nn iafw ' ,,.. fa P N 5 AV-:.- , fa fb, ii-, Sheryl McRae Bob Milne Dennis Nickolls Keith Poston Stan McWain Sharon Majors Doris Moon Leroy Moon Chuck Oldham Faye 0'Neal Bob Pothier Mary Alice Quiver K Sharon Miller Kay Mudge Karen Patik George Race f Q an Re Y '? 'l , iilm NP' mf kk i k Y , ,:. :" . K a . .,k: N no S X - r e if 1 2 Kermit Millhollin Doris Nickeson Pat Penton Dave Raecke Fr. Charles Regan Charles Rossi Ed Shipp Harriet Trosper J im Robeson Ann Saby Neal Silber Helen Vensor Doug Rock May Rodriquez Clarice Roe Byron Sage Mary Ann Seely Sherry Shaeffcrmeyer Larry Sjolin Blake Snyder Charles Walker Joe Welch Levi Surrell Scott Whitcomh f W s ,325 No! Availablo 4 6 ii Z ig' i fn ' by Q fl' 4 :Q .940 PHOTO Lee Wilkes Georgia Woolett Chuck Yardas "Miss Cheesecake" Pucker up This looks suspicious, girls. Phone-323488 Elva Sue ur.. un., The night before The morning after "Petie" Smile pretty, girls Looks like fun Mary Kay, are you selling apples or kisses? Q E we f 1 ' Sl, r, 'A sm ,, 'Zi r A! U1 1 K 4 I sf wg, x 1 A 1, 5' 5 I BR ' i lg fl- K-5' M Q 25 Q E? We M 3 Studying the biological functions of a chemical reaction. Good old 7th grade K2 .V ' Ji ' ev Childhood days again Portrait Of happy Children li T E Ai Q Q' Y .QA 'Yr ii' ' 'GMM Mary Alton Earl Batten Dorothy Brown Robert Club Q 'fl x ia? 'rV1Wiv,E . V ,. it Ilt oi 15, Us A Ken Applehans Wg, 13, ll -A , 2 't-"iv 001542 15 'fn "' , v p' ' ' ,,P fe 1 . 4 ,,..fr fi, g .. My. . Don Aragon Martin Armour Dick Bailey Chet Bell Dick Bengston Dick Bergeson Ken Brouhard Keith Brown Betty Buckley Greg Byers Marilyn Carpenter Betty Connell Kelly Connell J im Corbett Don Corbett E . Q fxiiij ,L ytrf . zlr etr I -fff , - , . V H fi Ape X i sn, iii ea L SDE : Q Q, t A q ,, is G , ., ,. My ..g . X, .zzf :-' -- .,L. f ,sg G , -f ' if Q A X 1 A x K .9053 1 ,,.' JS ,A I .K my . tr wk Via vag ue -'Ke fx aa, M X' in e , Tom Cramer Maxine Deshaw Paula Farthing Brian Gamble Mike Dabich Bill Dick Penny Farthing Mary Lou George Donna Davis Arthur Dollard Jeanne Federer Edward Girten . U! Catherine Davison Marcus Denny Dorene Dollard Gay Eden Wilma Fee Sharon Freese Gary Gordon Ed Graham l............sa,aaa,,........a. ,Q ....., , . -...l S. Wyola Custin Kathy Hedges Don Hines Gaylen lsaac E, ff A Q ft ia it , .if iv 6 in ,, was tn' it W J Iwi-+ Darrell Hallett Eldon Hallett Tina Harris Karen Hedges Peggy Henan Lynn Hendershott Ina Hereford Martha Higloy Charlotte Hiser Jimmy Hobson Harold Hopkins .l0hI1 HOIIICCICCI John Jacobsen Joan Johnson Sandra Johnson Sharon Johnson hh QP or --Q... so 'e Sylvia Kier Howard Macey Joe Mefford Bernard N iedo , 7:5 .5 A ui Q V. 2 1 2 r X f,.f . fx K ,VY 5. N ,4 Y . , . sliver' H ia we N S gi Ex uf .. ,R .ef 5 M. ' 5 Jackie King Keith Marsh Bill Milne Janice Osborne :L M .V Lf'r.: i -1 K V Laura Kniffin Chuck McCormick Dave Minshall George Parks 'iv-'yt 'ii .4-havin Wits' Loretta Leonardi Ann McManus Larry More Dwight Parrill .A- in HSE . M .9 Gr " S 'M 'li if lift " iw we - , 1 lf fi 0 Q J I aw -n.. X9 N 3 Joe Leseberg Donald McOmie Twinkle Myer Jerry Patterson mf' sl "' of' 9 Juv- I P Photo not AV.-ULABLE 4, lf. .,.. 1: 'i" S! A .iv '55 r r e . A AM' Q1 it ,rt , A r .X N I '11 S 4' fl gs. "4""'7? -mv Wilmer Peterson Bob Pollard Karen Rogers Cherry Rush Jeri Scott Bob Selbe Jerry Snurr Bonnie Steers fe 'E t J my V W ls "' yd Roy Race Ted Sable Sharon Shaeffer Chrissie Swaim li L, -533: A W' Janet Ramsey Venita Sage Charles Smith Butch Swallow 119' ' Grace Richie Hilda Schneider Pam Smith Mary Ann Tidzump ID- Mary Thompson Ray Underwood Betty Von Bieker Jerry Willson 49- - Q s K ...ggi , ik fogiswaf f wa: -X .. A Q., . Q 4 . f , s- . iff V Marilyn Toombs Perry Vanoss John Wadda Ron Wolfe QL fair Carmen Trujillo Sam Van Patten Yvonne Warburton Clifford Womack .I iflll' l :- .. Wei m ef i lm i T . 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X ,, K 2 M, QRV Ri fm, M,fQmsM2, f7l:r2ff7'ff1fJri1qfb . , ,, to 54 1 , 5 ik ig: :g5f2'?ii.., ,. ., in 'N W V, A ig E 1,, A , f fi 1 QQ 5 if is ikk U I 'hr A r g A' rv fi K- ,. A VK , TSX fs? rf . Y NNW , g ,p 2 X gf 3 S an .J 5 at 1 97' , ., ,X X A 4, Him uf., ' ,, 4 44 '1 W3 11004 , VND ,, Us 7 5 Q First row, left to right: Bob Rowan, Jesse Roberts, Chuck Yardas, Harry Reed, Blake Snyder, Greg Byers, Marshall Gaylord. Second row: Alex McDougall, G. T. Connell, Bob Campbell, Bill Rogers, Bob Klinger, Bill Hanking, Chuck Welty, Dick Dollard, Willy Fossey. Third row: Coach Shupe, Tom Norton, Charlie Regan, David Anesi, Chuck Chingman, Richard Ferry, Bruce Cleve- land, Lee Wilkes, Tom Duncan, Coach Patch. FOOTBALL SCORES Lander ,...... ...,.,. 0 Cody .,..,........ ....... 0 ii Lander .,,..,. ,,..... 0 Thermopolis Lander .,,.... ,,.,,,. 6 Worland .... .,..,,. Lander ...,... ,,,,... 6 Powell ,..,.... ....... Lander ,...... ,,,,.,, 1 2 Greybull ,...... ...,..l Lander .,,,,,, .,..... 6 Thermopolis Lander ,,..,.. ....c.. 0 Cody .c..,........ ......, Lander ....... .,,,,,, 3 1 Lovell ,....... ...,... Lander ,,,,.,, .,,..,. 0 Riverton ..,. ,..,.., Preview i' MA" SQUAD Forty boys, Coach Shupe, and Coach Patch, on August 15, started the pigskin spiraling through the air. The win-loss record, 1-6, reveals an up and down sea- son. Our win was Homecoming against Lovell, 31-12, with losses being very close. The outstanding trait was the varying deceptive offensive formations, one of which was our short pass plays. We look for a good season in '58 because out of nineteen lettermen, twelve will return. Seven seniors played their last game for FCVHS. Willy F ossey and Harry Read were the Co-Captains with Neil Marsh as manager. '. ' '11 KI :II if mi-'fc CHUCK CHINGMAN "Guard" S TOM DUNCAN "Guard T i i N-. DICK FERRY WILLIE FOSSEY TOM NORTON "Guard" "' "Tackle and End" "End and Center" b D 3 X I I im. FM 425513 ROBERTS "Fu1lback" I S BILL ROGERS "Tackle" 'I ,- ft armww f I 1 'Qui "Z" S 7 First row, left to right: Neil Marsh, Sam Van Patten, Gary Vinson, Art Dollard, Jerry Patterson, Joe Mefford, Kelly Connell. Second row: Coach King, Bucky Hawk, Tony Vensor, Orley Pitt, John Wadda, George Race, Roy Race. Third raw: Mike Dabich, Scott Whitcomb, Ken Applehans, John Jacobsen, Pat Henderson, Coach Okano. The scores for the Lander "B" Squad were: Lander ....... ,..,,,,.,, 6 Riverton ,....,...,,.........,... 13 Lander ....... ....... 0 Worland Industrial ....., 31 Lander ....... ...,... 0 Riverton ,.l...........,...,..... 26 "B" SQUAD This year's "BH Squad consisted of twen- ty-two boys, mostly freshmen, under the leadership of Coaches Okano and King. Last year's record was 1 win, a freshman scrimmage with Ft. Washakie and 3 losses. We are looking for many of these boys being valuable assets to the "A" Squad next year. 'R Q v ' f lf? 1? -ft- U .' I X .- 4 "' 'fi , . W 4 ' v"' L--1w's'1"1' nr' ., Jew wrfsve 'Q " , ,A . , I W K ' - , . ,M W .,.s.,X- Riverton's homecoming game proves successful . . . for them Below is an action shot of the Cody game , V. Mr. PY .. . 'ng 5 - Ji ,QQ ' f 3, s ,+V X Y We sl ' 1' , Q mn... Awami!! " , -sw- A. - A ' - Aff I A wi 'nv-..Q"", xr.. ', ' .sz X QSM A Q. . S- -:- .:: , J N A H .Ng Q . A dom Long and short of the Tigers J 4i A .Q 4 J, Q 4, x K , W. , 'N V. ,gy x Q' M' 5 .. ,,.,. e i-All -, 'Q mg M I Q m 4 1 , , ws' Q Q "-"" QF new MKh A h "5 , , -, 4.f:.,x," i,' Mg- V ,W Q -K - .. QWWW ia V,V MA? T A L5 W A H fb 3 'f" " Q ,P .-u- , , 'B Coaches in action and otherwlse Below '1 aiwx R xx 5' G 'ei ' - , 3 l :Pia 1: 5.1 If H? X 7' wwf? A- I 2 i ,Fai .www M M I .. ' 5 6. - ' 'Z 5 L .gas ., , fyeguvi- dj A f D, iii - L k' 153 I - ' K, , sg: -4 X ,, VA Al 'n,-,gg 5' ' ,M -fwlrfdffa . .W FEI 'SH Z ? x -Q -as.. , ,.... ...... 3... 61' K ,,,,,, ki Q , ff JI' xV'w,..,.-Q' PH? , ivy, A -Fib- Q . 4 ,. Yu A 'T '. ,.... N--. 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Left to right: Byron Sage, G. T. Connell, Bob Klinger, Willy Fossey, Bob Newton 2 . XX Nh , TR UKUAN FIgY5C:1Q1,3j,1S Coach N , AY, HOB NEWTON JACK KIND . Ek". 5 BW ll WILLY FOSSE Y ullilfd x,ua'u EWTON Forward gfnlfr "Z" S Z' First row, left to right: Ken Apple-hans, Greg Byers, Roy Race, Martin Armour Nltke Dablch Jerry Snurr, Cary Vinson, ,lim Hobson. Seconrl row: Coach Patch, George Race Dou Rock John Apple hans, Jim McWinnic, Dick Dollard, Chuck Welty, Chuck Yardas, Lec Wlllxe Blake Snydtr Nul Marsh, Manager. Lander ,,,,,, .,,, 'Lander liLander Lander Lander Lander Lander i'Lander Lander Lander iCame -X' -X' Lander ,,,,,, ,o., Lander ,,..,r .,,, s at Home Rock Springs .,... Thermopolis Cody ,.,,,,,.,,....,r... Powell ...,,,,,,..o...,, Worland Institute Riverton ..,,.,,,,,.,, Cody ,,,,,,,,,,....,..,, Powell .,,,.,,,.,,.,,t,. Riverton ,...,,,,,,... Worland Institute Thermopolis ,...... Riverton .,.....,,,... fog' ,V .5ef 'Q as 'AW Q I 3203? 90 'Q 5 " F N x fpiws ,H V 'sn -n r. 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Standing: Eddie Lewis, Tom Norton Pat Henderson, Byron Batton, John Trujillo, Leroy Soennichsen, Dick Soennichsen, Harry Reed .lim Hawk, Robert Rowen. - ea JOHN TRUJILLO TOM NORTON LEROY SOENNICHSEN M fjzgiggf . env, k w awww .Q ,-1 ...,. 3, F 4,.x.,,Y..., .QM- . Qglwpgsggxsgsa.-.,:. ,..., -- Q ' -w. .ms AQMWMQ-MJ 5 'gi' 4: Q! ,--"fx frames MQ '4 igk. . nw , 6408 Although there isn't a regular conference for the track team, they are a big part of the athletic program. During the 1957 season, War1'en Snyder was the only Lander boy earning a letter, but enthusiasm is being built up, and more and more boys are becoming interested in the track team. The highlight of the track season is in the spring when the track boys go to the District Tournament in Powell. Those qualifying at district then journey to the Class "AM State Tournament. First row, left to right: Bill Hanking, Chuck Yardas, Dick Dollard, Bob Klinger, Mike Br0wn,Don Kail, Chuck Welty, Bill Rogers, Byron Batton. Second row: Blake Snyder, George Klinger, Alex McDougall, Ken Applehans. Third row:'Boh Fuller, Lee Wilkes. 5-sl Jw' wwf-' fs A : Lk , K ii , Kang and Zaeea Wpm' swawe QM 9 BILL ROGERS DIXIE MARTIN 4 M 'Zi 14 ANN MCMANUS Freshman Attendant KIM BABB Sophomore Attendant M . ivy' RUTH ANN MOLLER, Junior Attendant MARY ANN APPLEHANS 74:6 Slchgaw Zaeen I Hmmm ORG L sl, ,if 2? 9mm in ww hs 'S J0 A fa - C0 MAN mo' 4ffeHNNELL vwaw Hifglaant dan! i,OT , S an Q-V Jw ,rf iff: mt ,f,, .wr ,,fsf1,,f' l ' Q Y S 327 ,, --,ilmkg mgmw .4 . .U L. ,. , 51 ,f W. SUS L RTM more 'fffengiz 501: P'Nlg3rF,3nef1d'1nt res XR f ,E X gaye' ' ' Delegates, left to right: Bob Bailey, Ron Vanoss, Willy Fossey, Bob Newton, Bill Hayes, and .lim Thurston. The object of Boys' State shall be to provide citizenship training for boys of high school age within the State of Wyoming, to afford them the opportunity to live together as self-governing citizens and to inform them about the duties, privileges, rights and responsibilities of American citizens in order that they may understand and participate in the functioning of our government. Each boy takes an active part in the recreation and also in the workings of the government, learning by being a member of the House of Representatives, a member of the Senate, or by belonging to the Courts. Each boy is required to try for an office of either State or County value in mock elections held. ,lim Thurston won the office of Secretary of State. Girls' State to us was an experience of a life time. In one week we learned such a great deal about our govern- ment and being a good citizen, we wish every girl could have the opportunity. We became acquainted with a girl in every town in Wyoming. You learn there is always one better and to be a good loser. Charlotte Brown was elected page in the legislature and councilman of her city. Joan Earl as assistant parole officer and Mary Kay Cheney councilman of her city. Really you can't lose at Girls' State because you have won by being selected to attend. 5 Q Delegates, left to right: Charlotte Brown, Joni Earl, Mary Kay Cheney. Alternates, left to right: Lynda Rogers, Shirley Claycomb, Kay Lyon. L'-' 3 E 5 iw- e ..., ff 'Le -an A m V 7 , , A ' 1?3 A 5 , f 1 5 9 . ' X f lW i ff 0 . A ,E ' ggE .Wo . fwfr vw 2 lb 3 ff 933 A ':.,h JZ 1 xl " A aff Mfg. ' 5 Zami fis?:g f - 2 5 , 5 , 1 , EVELYN WEBER CLAUDIA SHEARER VIRGINIA LARSEN f P ' , :argl ,W A57 Z f x li? ! A Q , Sir' 'N it Cage I v-ww-s Qepf' law' I .1 , N Na e t XX t 3, , First row, left to right: Keith Marsh, Sylvia Kier, Penny Smith, Betty Buckley. Chrissie Swaim, Marka Duncan, Kay Mudge, Lynda Rogers. Seeonrl row: Mary Kay Cheney, Mary Ellen Green, Marshall Gaylord, Jucly Bump. Penny Farthing, Jim Robeson, Paula Fartlting. Larry Warman. Bob Pollard, Adelle Wardell, Karen Carlson. Third Vfwl .ICU KIFVT. Lincla Case, Virginia Carr, Bill McCormick, Tony Yensor. Sharon Freese. Fourth row: Marilyn Carpenter, Donna Davis, Jeri Scott. Jackie King, Collene Yankee, Karen Rogers Sheryl McRae, Yvonne Warburton, Darrell Chapman, Butch Hull son, Neil Marsh, Kermit Millhollin. Bob Selby. Dave Nlinshall Cherry Rush, Paul Wilson. Peggy Henan, Ann McManus. Cree Byers, Jim Henneker, Bob Newton, Jim Mcwinnie, Perry Vanoss Fifth row: Ron Jones, Susie Heller. Betty Von Bieker, Art Dollartl Ann Saby, Anita Armstrong, Jim Corbett, Tom Duncan. e P . K :w - - a iu-1: f' M1 r iff S K K -- -f 3 ir "T - 5 r iiwl 'erm ' 2 1 1 1 ' if flr fl f 2 L . ri .- ,rg . - mv .. f ' eg- ' 'sf . 1 ' K -f I " J ' ' 5: -iffliw: ' Eli ":'x'rl' 1.2 'i--l 1' 2 , e--i ss , ' 'I " , - ,, 1, . ,J K K 'i . K 2 K M I t if fs- Y -S :2 ' ' ' ' ' far -. ffm 7i, 2,fH-ww, ag .-Ee , , - gig' -f i , , ' if-v .1 I , , he ,V ,, :., ..,, Z: 3 2 X , gg wt Q Q 9 5 E225 s Q n , 3, 5 5 , 5 R ' r Q - 2 - 5 i 3 5 f Er '. J l E f f E ., W., ,. . I ,JL K fy-ww-,1+,,+..-sap.,---V ' :. .pwauuun-rx-vw nf, 7vfe,, ' - vw- at-ws . . V u n ' . p I ' .1 A , , .N-f., o r , E ,,, 2 1 ' l ' . af il o wi 'i f, 0 l First row, left to right: Mr. Alexander, Annette Reyos, Kim Babbs, Evelyn Weber, Kathryn Davison, Joan Earl, Joyce Clark, Pat Ramsay, Mary Lou George, Shannon Keirig, Sharon Kay Miller, Mary Bertagnolli, Helen Vensor, Joanne Trujillo, Doris Nickeson, Carolyn Hornecker, Betty Bruhard. Second row: Dora Moon, Jackie King, Maurine Ballard, Carmen Trujillo, Shirley Boche, Cecilia Foster, Marilyn Peery, Linda Howell, Hilda Schneider, Ruth Ann Moller, Sharon Darr, Eileen Hiser, Ruth Boedr-kc-r. Sharon Major-f. Karen Johnson, Georgia Woolett. Third row: Don Ballard, Paul Wilson, Jim Hawk, Tom Duncan, Bill Boulelte, Dave Ram-ckv, Dick Soennichsen, Bob Miln, Leroy Socnnichsen, Dan Voccks. Harlan Kerr, John Hastings, Robert Newton, Butch Hudson, Jerry Fisher, J. R. Gustin, Ron Vanoss, Bob Bailey, Dudley Irvine. Ron Jones, Keith Poston, John Murphy. JIM THURSTON The Student Council of FCVHS is the representative hody of the Associated Students and the members are elected by the students with the consent of the principal. The Student Council is the law making body of the students and it is their aim to give the students equal representation. The Student Council is a strictly demo- cratic organization adhering to uiiobertis Rules of Ora deri' as a guide. Also, in addition to representation, it is the intent and purpose of the Student Council to teach and inculcate the traditions of the school living and practicing demo- cratic procedures. Likewise, teaching each student the values and opportunities in our school. It is traditional for the Student Council to handle all the events of Homecoming Day. Last year the Student Council went over the old Constitution of the students, amended it, and ratified it. This yearis Student Council is going over all club constitutions and ratifying them so the clubs will he representative of their true intent and purpose. Besides these activities, the Student Coun- Cil takes on other problems that come up during the Course of the year. First row, left to right: Judy Mullins, Jo Anne Connell, Jim Thurston, Shirley Claycomb Joan Murray, Mary Kay Cheney, Joni Earl, Tom Norton, Jesse Roberts, Janet Ferry Sammi row Ruth Bocdeker, Lee Wilkes, Chuck Yardas, Frances Corbett, Mary Lou Ceor 4 Billu Jean Corbttt MR. BUSH Our Editor 5145! BOB NEWTON Seated, left to right: Annette Reyos, Shirley Claycomb, DeAnna Gustin, Tom Duncan, Charlotte Brown, Joni Earl, Gail Bybee. Standing: Lynda Rogers, Bob Newton and Mary Kay Cheney. MISS KIM Sponsor BURT MEREDITH Vice President CHEERLEADERS-Left to right: Deanna Gustin, Shirley Claycomb. First row: Shannon Keirig, Hilda Schneider, Kathy Hedges, Joni Johnson, Wyola Gustin, Dorine Dol- lard, Sandy Jacobsen, Mary Frye, Georgia Woolett, Clarice Roe, Wilma Fee, Dorothy Brown, Janet Ramsey. Second row: Dick Rogers, Jim McWhinnie, Jim Nicholls, John Trujillio, Keith Marsh, Barbara Hagemeister, Beverly Wilson, Mary Ann Seely, Pat Guthrie, Billy Jean Corbett, Karen Jacobsen, Charlotte Roe, Anita Wadda, Harriet Trosper, Venita Sage, Kim Babbs, Karen Johnson, Shirley Boche. Third row: Bill Rogers, Tom Norton, Willy Fossey, Claudia Shearer, Evelyn Weber, Patsy Mclntosh, Chrissie Swain, Sharon Freese, Jerry Scott, Jackie King, Donna Davis, Susan Heller, Janet Ferry, Joyce Clark, Julie Ewers, Judy Bump. Fourth row: Ed Graham, Larry Sjolin, Harold LINDA HOWELL Secretary Hopkins, Dan Voecks, Don Hines, Gary Vincent, Greg Byers, Gay Eden, Peggy Weber, Betty Connell, Mary Alton, Paula Farthing, Jeannie Federer, Penny Farthing, Marilyn Carpenter, Colleen Yankee, Karen Rogers, Char- lotte Hiser, Gaylene Issac, Ann McManus, Cherry Rush. Fifth row: Perry Vanoss, Don Kail, Jimmy Brown, Mike Brown, Mike Dabich, Don Ballard, Ron Vanoss, Dudley Irvine, Dick Soennichsen, Butch Hudson, Marka Duncan, Caroline Hornecker, Maxine Pogue, Lora Niffin, Peggy Henan, Becky Byers, Richie Eden, Marilyn Eubanks, Karen Frank. Sixth row: Kelly Connell, Jerry Sage, Willy Trosper, Frank Hurtado, Don Corbett, Ken Applehans, Leroy Moon, Jim Hawk, Leroy Soenichsen, Jerry Fischer, Ken Carey, Chuck Chingman, Jesse Roberts, Art Dollard, Bob Rowan. RON VANOSS Treasurer CHEERLEADERS-Left to right: Kay Lyon, Charlotte Brown. First row: Mary Ann Logan, Gail Bybee, Barbara Gallinger, Kay Mudge, Doris Nickeson, Sheryl McRae, Cecelia Foster, Sharon Majors, Sharon Miller. Second row: Marilyn Peery, Linda Howell, Carmen Trujillio, Janice Osborne, JoAnne Trujillio, Grace Richie, Kathryn Davison, Bonnie Steers, Sandra Johnson, 'Dora Moon, Floyd Peter- son, Tom Duncan, Paul Wilson, Dwight Parril, Ken Brouch- ard. Third row: Gerry Kiser, Linda Case, Ann Saby, Anita Armstrong, Dixie Martin, Jo Anne Connell, Ruth Anne Moller, Jean Buchanan, Judy Mullins, Celia Von Beiker, Betty Von Beiker, Faye O'Neal, Lyn Hendershott, Jimmy Hobson, Keith Marsh, Teddy Sable, Dick Bailey, Dick Bergesen. Fourth row: Penny Smith, Yvonee Warburton, JOAN MURRAY President W MARY KAY CH ENEY Representative Jill Thurston, Mary Ann Applehans, Annette Reyos, Alvena Redman, Georgia Hallock, Pat Penton, Virginia Larsen, Sharon McCann, Jack Scarlett, Ron Jones, Rex Beckwith, Jimmy Corbett, and Bruce Parrill. Ruth Bocdekcr, Mary Jane Urbigkit, Pat Ramsey, Mary Ellen Green, Joan Mur- ray, Lynda Rogers, Chuck Welty, Chuck Yardas, Joni Earl, Mary Kay Cheney, David Raecke, David Anesi, Pete Spriggs, James Hennecker, Paul Cherry, Lonnie Claytor, Leroy Reardon. Sixth row: Fred Harris, Joe Cristando, Scott Whitcomb, Bill Boulette, Alex McDougall, Richard Ferry, Lee Wilkes, George Klinger, Bill Hanking, Dennis Nicholls, John Applehans, Ransom Arnold, G. T. Connell, Robert Klinger, Charles Sprout, Bob Fuller, Marshall Gay- lord, Bob Pothier, Jim Gustin, Charles Oldham. 5 V.kk , . , , T., ,Q 2 U . ' ' A wizyi ' ' 2, ,- an A 5' ,M 53 Q., 153 ff 3 6 OM A A K - fl. VV i ,.,V ji pg M, - K W M, W V,LV .,, EQ! LLL,W I K 57 L is 5 , 6 Q LQ? K. Vhgtfy "'A L, Q 'ff af J- K? A I A V A I fs if ' Vg Qi I l H I 'db' . ' A I 7 4 ,, Q f il Q A + i .l , 1 -Q 3 Q 1 ,E . I - 3 1 I, 1 a r aa, 1. 4 fl: A A "QE Q ft , Q, Q .-11' 1 .I- -i 4 1 Wifi tw K , Front row, left lv right: Ann Sally. ,It-ri Kiser, Virginia Carr, Susie Hvllvr, Kay Muclge, Joni Earl. Mary Kay Clu-ne-y, Sylvia Kier, Cher- ry Rush, Lynrla Howell, Shirley lloelie. Marilyn Carpenter, Yvonne Warlmurton, Sharon Majors. Sharon Miller, Judy Bump. Second raw: Mr. Alexander, Claudia Shearer, Jeri Scott, Jackie? King, Marilyn llvery, Evelyn Xvelmer, ,loyee Clark, Mary Urlrigkit, Pat Mclntosh, Kim Balmlms, Doris Nick:-son. Carolyn Hornecker, Martha Higley, Penny Smith, Chrissie Swaim, Ann McManus, Sharon Frm-se. Karen Carlson, Donna Davis, Penny Farthing, Paula Farth- ing, Cemle Foster, Sheryl McRae, Nlarka Duncan. Anita Armstrong. Mary Ellen Green, Karen Johnson, Lynda Case, Shannon Ki:-rig. Georgia Woolctt, Hilda Schneider. Tlzirrl row: llolr Newton, Keith Marsh, Kermit Millhollin, Perry Vanoss, Dick Soi-nnielrsvn, J. li. Custin, Bill Rogers, Dudley Irvine, Dave Raeeke, Don llallarml. Jim Pelham, Robert Pollard, ,lim Robeson, Dave Minsliall, Paul Wilson, Darrell Chapman, ,lim Mcwinnie, Jim Hr-nnecker. Ron Jones, Jim Hawk, Dwane Irvine, Leroy Soennichsen, Larry Moore, Dan Voicks. CONFETTI! CASCARONFYS! EMPANATAS! Under their able president, George Klingerg Vice President, Alex McDougall, Secretary, Marshall Gaylord, Treasurer, Billy Hankingg and Student Council Representative, Mike Dalfich, the Modern Language Club sponsored Connell, Bobby Fuller, Neal Marsh, Karen Frank, Janet Ferry, Marilyn Eubanks, Richie Eden. Second row: Pete Spriggs, Ran- som Arnold,o Bob Pothier, Bryan Batton, Bill Rogers, Willy Fossey, Alex McDougall, George Klinger, Bill Hanking. Third row: Becky Byers, Kathyrn Davison, Aclelle Wardell, Betty Buck- ley, Dixie Martin, Ruth Anne Moller, Marka Duncan, Carolyn Hornecker. Fourth row: Mr. Hoagland, sponsor, Harold Hopkins, Don Hines, John Murphy, Mike Dabich, Scott Whitcomb, Johnny Hornecker. 'Y HRW ANS Standing: Ruth Ann Moller, Alex Mc- Dougall, Bob Newton, Dixie Martin, Charlotte Brown, Darrell Chapman, Mary Jane Urbigkit, Dudley Irvine, Jean Buchanan, Richard Ferry, Tom Duncan. Sitting: Bob Klinger, Mary Ellen Green, Pete Spriggs, Joan Earl, Linda Rogers Gerry Kiser. First row, left to right: Pat Ramsey, Mary Ann Logan, Barbara Callinger, Gail Bybee, Lynda Howell, Sandra Johnson, Bonnie Steers, Sharon Shaeffer, Catherine Davidson, Janet Ferry, Ruth Boedker, Joanne Connell, Martha Higley, Ruth Ann Moller, Mary Jane Urbigkit, Joni Earl, Dixie Martin. Second raw: Penny Smith, Yvonne Warburton, Chrissie Swaim, Sharon Freese, Ann McManus, Judy Mullins, Celia Von Beiker, Jean Buchanan, Betty Von Beiker, Jeri Kiser, Ann SHIJY, Judy Bump, Jackie King, Claudia Shearer, Pat Mclntosh, Jeri Scott, Betty Buckley, Adelle Wardell, Donna Davis, Sylvia Kier. Third row: Miss Bales, Pete Spriggs, Alex McDougall, Bill Rogers, Tom Norton, Paul Wilson, Tom Duncan, Richard Ferry, Jim Hawk, Leroy Soennichsen, Ron Jones, Jim McWinnie, Jim Henneker, Dave Raecke, Jim Robeson, Robert. s First row, left to right: Mr. Cox, Larry Sjolin, Jimmy Hobson, Ted Sable, Clifford Womack, Lynn Hendershott, Gary Vinson, Jim Sherlock, Cary Federer, Blake Snyder, Bob Pollard. Second row: Bob Campbell, Bill Boulette, Bill Rogers, Dick Soennichsen, ,lim Hawk, Bill Milne, John Laird, Dick Rogers, Dick Scott, Bob Clark, Chuck Yardas, Bob Milne, Robert Jackson. The AWOL Club fAtom Whackers of Landerl is affiliated with the nation wide Future Scientists of America. Its chief purpose is to promote science and arouse interest and curiosity in science. ematical problems and plays a real good game of Tic Tac Toe. They also sponsor a Science Night in which all science students' projects are displayed. The club purchased a Ceniac which solves math- X l O The Library Club is new this year and is made up of the student librarians who keep the library in running order. .1 The treasury is used to furnish the. library with various articles, such as the newspaper. C- One of their hopes is to make the library more Q." I TQX attractive and useful forthe students. .ff ff ' xx, fy! xsx -, V! Xsgllllm 'E R Y , i Vw 1 X Seated, left to right: ,lean Buchanan, Patsy Mclntosh, Barbara Callinger, Ruth Boedeker. First row, standing: Tom Duncan, Charlotte Brown, Judy Mullins, Deanna Gustin, Danette Coursey, Claudia Shearer, Maly Jane Urbigkit, Joan Murray. Second row, standing: Jeanne Campbell, Helen Lockard, Doris Nickeson, Linda Case, Bob Newton, Pat'Ramsey, Miss Kim, sponsor. 1 'i I QSQE' 7:45 OMG" ff ' 6056 A EX my af vogcx -491 X A 12 uufo First row, left to right: Mr. Carlson, sponsorg Lua Kelly, Jim Nicholls, Charles Sprout, Paul Cherry, Leroy Reardon, Lonnie Claytor, Dick Bengston, Sam Van Patten, Martin Armour. Second row: Gerry Sage, G. T. Connell, Bob Rowan, Dick Dollard, Eddie Lewis, Joe Mefford, Charles Regan, Dennis Nicholls, Hugh Custin, Floyd Peterson, Chet Bell, Frank Hurtado, Levi Surrell, Dave Anesi, Leroy Moon. The F.F.A. officers are: President, Paul Cherryg Vice President, Chuck Sproutg Secretary, Dewayne Appleby, Treasurer, Jim Nichollsg Representative, Leroy Rear- don, Sentinel, Ron Claytorg Advisor, Arland Carlson. Lander's chapter of the F .F.A. annually has a state judging contest in which they have always placed several winners since 1950. Charles Sprout went to the National F.F.A. Convention at Kansas City for his prize winning project on soil conservation. The F.F.A. sponsors the ,Harvest Moon Ball and a hog raffle in the fall which furnishes lots of fun for everyone. In the Spring they attend the State F.F.A. Conven- tion and have a judging contest here. Chuck Sprout al County Hug Sll0WIllLlIlShip conlvsl. Lonnie Cluytor winning Bm-f vulllvsl. l'.l'.A. vxlnluts at glam- Fair. ' 3!'?Lsf 2.M t7 f "iam f n :ffm f u 'yfuggy' 'gm J 'N Q -H q" ' Ve: 4 I ' K L W .uuu, H-4' ,Q Y? X- . -W 1 i A ' 1 Studying Ag! Lonnie- Claylor and his cllalnpion nuns. Sluts' lfzlir. gnsmw-M' M "bf W za .. .J-, K2 WI Ki W AN! E59 Ks 'WS . -xQx..xm' , JY . 15i1ff'g vt :ll-I .... V .-1 . ,M ll 'DA' ?f" ,r -. .nil :fn vit ,. .Nw--Q ' a 3' 4 Q5 W' .mf W VN'-MAKER S O on 3 dew 'ff-f QKKXVX Qixwenv . ' S u'MXxx ax M ' ww. Aww Q 3 PQ gi- rn E 1 75 IP L I 3' Q O X VSAM New Qoduexx, Xfamexxa Le0oat5x, Xfelwao X ati Excise Seebg , NXQKMQ 3KcXCmsxc1 , QQQXQ. K, . Pdxcc Qdwei, Nbti Loo Nmmxt. 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Our Editor of Tiger Tells-BUTCH HUDSON f ' STAFF BOXJ1 W .1 , The mai? ieasof litor-In Chief....Charlotte Brown Home coming is to Sis-cantfsfiitor. . . ...Butch Hudson Conte the Alumni ortslEditor......Mary Kay Cheney tV'1r Alma Matezn siness Vgr......Barb Hagemeisterhas been the pug :change Editor........Susan Ewersznd thought behinc avertisiag Editors.,...Gail BybeeH0mecoming. 0 Linda Rogers f g. ' All -members of the journalism jglflgdyiig '26Mi1! ass act as THE TIGER TELLS Ra- RTERS ---- rso, Beware! The reporters include Bruce Par: , ll, 'Ruth Lozier, Pat Hclntosh, why S0?tt Whlife a get e --- thy Read Marv Ann Logan Amuxxg how Richard Ferry picked up thee VOS and'BeVeL1y wi1SOn.' , nick name TECHNIQUE, and Ron Vanoss Left, right, left, right. This ES referred is 3sBLQgQg. Why Marka may be a familiar sound if you walk uncan ls Ca e 'L':4 past the big gym often during noon hour. do, it is not the National Guard, Just Lander Highfs Drill team. TROMPED Tomight ends the brilliant high LET'S REALLY TROMP chool basketball career of four RIVERU0N!!!v1vgggy The freshm utstauding boys in F.C.V.H.S... Hey! gang lens ree had to address the 5 hey are: Willy Fossey, Willyly celebrate SIX WEE iors with WGood.m0rn rooper, Truman Friday, and BolTESTS are figally Oveimost exaulted Senio ewton.', x The freshmen class is busy plan- mg their banner that all under-cl ssmen must have, for-the Schgcll hear they also are great throw- rs-of spit wads. a My mosh, the hands on that C1064 I 'L 9 I d 're move slow, don'b BUSY- 0 t suppose this class will ever do l 0 o 0 . P.H.A. girls gave their Pafeilts not luck supper on the evening EL Febuary -18 in the lifgtle gym' .The big day ,has almgst Oarizei en the lucky k1dS'.w 0 5 re Feb- a h cr outs held 9 he spiegnd 3? will journey to ww- Pagy- LL- A4n+ninh Contest- Fascination, is what they call Coach Patch, now I wonder why? Lettermen back again this year are Marshal Gaylord, Tom NOPt0n, Bruce Cleveland, John Trujillo, and Bob Rowan. Coach Shupe, new wrestling coach at F.C-V-H-5'g 'MLW Club held - their 'annual- initiation Monday . night and all, the new members, discovered if'they were men or not. h ' Ahoy...aIl classmates and fresh men. The almighty seniors are at WOPKS C00fing up a swell party to start offqwith a bang the Christ- mas vacation, ..half sweet and hal nuts. Are ya. ready for'the ink slingers,ball?. We'1l crown a queen ht that ain't all. The Piel Brothers will set the beat, Semi-formal, 'you'll look so neat.. Now all you hepcats gt a'date, With.that special gal y0u'ratc. Don't hzslow, don't be detained, Be at the '+ Boys are like candybmg P! If Kneeling, left to right: Richard Ferry, Neal Marsh, Marshall Gaylord, Fred Harris, Lee Wilkes, Charlie Regan, Blake Snyder, Jim Brown. Standing: Bruce Cleveland, Truman Friday, Chuck Yardas, Tom Duncan, John Trujillo, Jerry Sage, Chuck Welty, Tom Norton, Pat Henderson, Leroy Soc-nichsen, Jim Nichols, Robert Rowen, Bill Rogers, Alex McDougall, Bill Hanking, Robert Klinger, G. T. Connell, Robert Campbell, Willy Fossey, Robert Newton. ff- Q5 wwf Ni a -1-ann' H41 Q .Q . ,Q --.si 7 . X r 'qq ' x T P 1 Q , af -' 1 , 4 1 Y 3 1 Q il 3 ' 4 A i " X 6' 8 5 3 wi f.,w',:ff1 Q 1. J .- MJ.. F! ,J SLQ.. Z at ,6.W.?6 . 'f, 2 ., I 1 2 fy 1 .XRS W A9 ML, W, g aff - .xy , . 4 w f fx M536 AS? Q, 5' .4 ., 5, - 2 X V' , was-. H W k exffJ Y EQ :fi 'gif :1 4, . ' YMNV A ,sf M ,- A L A x ugly 8 4+ M94 N-X g QF Some of the seniors graduating in the class of 1958 .ly M.-.A .W WM ma ips y 've A ,.,,.h. S M 'Q as A 7 3. du... . Best Wishes From the FREMONT MOTOR COMPANY FORD LINCOLN, MERCURY Dearborn lmplemen+s PHONE 835 LANDER. WYOMING Everything to Wear CII' HENDERSHOTT'S DEPARTMENT STORE I-Ieaclquarfers 'For SI'yIe LANDER 7+I1 and Main WYOMING "When I+'s a Financial MaH'er- -See Your Banker" THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF LANDER THE PIONEER BANK OF CENTRAL WYOMING Ready, Willing and Able A MEMBER OF FDIC Io Serve Your Besi In+eresIs ' U ' Congra+uIa+ions 'ro 'I'I1e Class of I958 EASTMAN KODAKS AND FILMS SHEAFFER PENS AND PENCILS BELL AND HOWELL MOVIE CAMERAS AND PROJECTORS CITY DRUG STORE Your Rexall Store PHONE 53 BERN PRIDEAUX LANDER WYOMING CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY Lander, Wyoming Estates Abstracting Insurance Loans BEST OF LUCK, CLASS OF '58 Phone 96 Phone was FRI BEST WISHES END T CLASS of '58 From O Congra+uIa+ions Class of '58 PIONEER COURT Apfs. WHI1 Cooking FaciIi+ies Single and Double Phone 398 MR. AND MRS. W. E. ST. JOHN Congrafulafions THE + o I'I1e Class of '58 JACK CLARK Bes'I Wishes Io 'Ihe Class of '58 THE TETON DRUG STORE SCOTT CHEVROLET COMPANY, INC. Most Modern Automobile Dealership in Fremont County The Pioneer Chevrolet Garage in Wyoming 37 Years of Uninterrupted Service CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC Sales and Service M. T. HALLAM, Owner Standard Products U.S. Tires-Delco Batteries Complete Wrecker Service 4TH AND LINCOLN LANDER. WYOMING Phone 776 Best Wishes to Class of '58 PAUL R. HOLTZ, M.D. MARY A. HIGDON. M.D. HARRY B. UPTON, M.D. LANDER MEDICAL CLINIC Phone 89 LANDER MILLS Congrafulafes I'I1e Class of l958 FEED FERTILIZERS BABY CHICKS SEEDS I 29 Main S1'ree'I' Lancler, Wyoming CROTCN Greefings +0 +I1e DIAMONDS WATCHES mass of 58 ELGIN BEN FRANKLIN , , STORE Waich Repalrlng N H K a+iona y nown ART MANN Locally Owned 423 Main S+ree+ Lander HAZEL WAGNER MCCLINTOCK FREESE-PENTON TRUCKING CGMPANY LivesI'ocIc Hauling -General Trucking "WHERE RAILS END-TRAILS BEGIN" LancIer Phone 95 Wyoming Congrafulafions Congra'ruIa+ions +o 1-O Class of '58 'Ihe Class of '58 GLAD-2- - F""" OERELCCURT THE LANDERg Our Governors, Sena+ors Phone 75 of Tomorrow CompIe're EIec'I'ricaI Servic BEST WISHES From I LANDER CERAMIC Necchi and Elna Sewing Machines ARTS STUDIO Phone 396 Lander I72 Main Phone 386-J LANDER, WYOMING Best Wishes From THE LANDER STATE BANK Your Bariihg Needs See Us A MEMBER OF THE F. D. I. C. Besr Wishes From RACY'S CLEANING SHOP Racy and Doris Clark OLSON'S GRADE A DAIRY Besr Wishes Class of '58 I R. J. OLSON, Owner Planr Phone 43I A Res. 43I-R ALEXANDER'S TURF CAFE STUDIO HARRY AND MARIE SCHANCK On BeauTifuI Lander Hill Beg Luck PORTRAITS To OF I DISTINCTION Class of 58 PHOTO MURALS 224 MAIN STREET IN HEAVY OILS RESERVATION CASH GROCERY Crossroads-FOr'I' Washakie BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS of '58 General Merchandise PAUL O. HINES VOGELSANG Conoco AUTO SUPPLY, INC. 1 Wh I I S Everyfhing T3Iia+Ee Au+o SUPER SERVICE Rf,Y,E-ZH' LANDER 380 B. F. GOODRICH TIRES MILEY HORSE TRAILERS Besi Wishes 'ro 795 Main Phone 564 Class of '58 THE LAN DER CLEANERS FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP See l'he Kalherine Elliol' K B Flowers by Wire AUTHORIZED FLQRISTS TELEGRAPH DELIVERY ASSOCIATION for I:u,,.,g+u,e Cul' Flowers-Planfs-Wedding You can Relax in Bouqueis and Floral Designs a Specially BILL AND KATIE YCUN6 Phone l26 Res. Phone 255 phone 9 Lander MILFORD GROCERY AND SERVICE STATION Maior Brands Congralulales Wholesale of Class of I958 RG-+ail Oil Gasoline 4 Miles N. W. of Lander Phone 06-J2 Congralulafions and Besl Wishes Cl 'IOQF REAL ESTATE INSURANCE ass o '58 , B. F. COCHRANE WAGNER S B , Ph '70 s TASTEE FREEZE U mess one 765 Main LANDER WYOMING Congralulalions and Besf Wishes Congralulalions From L. H- WILMOTH SERVICE STATION M. Hudson, Wyoming THE FREMONT TRUCK AND IMPLEMENT COMPANY Congra+uIaI'es 'I'he Class of '58 YCDUR INTERNATIONAL DEALER Lander Phone 60 Wyoming Ren e enne A ,,.....e ,L"'L" il WHEN YOU BUY IT AT . . . PENNEY'S It's Right in Price in Quality, in Style Shop af PENNEY'S in Lander NORTHERN UTILITIES Magic Chef and Roper Ranges Bryani' Heaiing Equipmen'I ServeI Gas Refrigerafors HamiI+on Gas Dryers CITY BAKERY CHlSHOLM'S JEWELRY DIAMONDS Official Railroad Wafch Inspeciors A I1 ' d D I I CO N F E ELGINIII I-tIIAII51ILT5IiI?rBUoILOVA HH d .F H and Fine Swiss Wa'Iches ea quarfers or Desseds Local JacIe and Agafe Jewelry 276 Mem 273 Main S+. Phone leo LANDER' WYOMING Open Evenings TiII 8:30 LANDER VARIETY STORE CompIimenI's of Lander Variefy MOORE'S SERVICE STATION SincIair Producfs 453 MAIN PHONE 746 HARVEY J. MINER 325 Main Lander Congrafulafions Io Ihe CIass of '58 SILVER SPUR COURTS MR. AND MRS. RAYMOND JOHNSTON Phone 250 Lander Wyoming SINCLAIR SERVICE CongraI'uIaI'ions Io Ihe Class of '58 CompIimen+s of LANDER CREAMERY COMPANY BuH'er Ice Cream Cheese "THANKS FOR REMEMBERINGH Primrose Dairy ProcIucI's Phone I 65 xx L4 1714 1 KJWJJIU1 may fly Mfffiyfi s, no IY.iEInwifq5QKQ' Q Wig LPI W WI' "JM" ll 'N , J 35 U' Qs ' 5, U' 1 xfgv I Mg! .UQ CMFJ J fy, -MI iffy WI ZW? LV i at Vw II . my reigeff' My ACI ii Q qw JH? .Q,1fyV4Vb,w275yLLm2'LCy df' w, vgbwilf' WV 573,02 UjJBesi' of Luck QU YY 1 0 f if Q ' I X FF M161 WWW Ni N4wWfU4 w,La +0 yi 5,139 JM N Vw? WQAWNCLASS OF 1958 Qi J ,FQ ALO f,iMffWm CAMPBELL EQQLEQNE , I 3 H WPLUMBING AND HEATIN ,QL 729 260 Lincoln Lander W5 cilswmgwrf? Phone los Res. 437W I L 5 jwjn Hotpoint Appliance Service TV FRED'S PAINT AND BODY SHOP Au'ro Glass for All Makes and Models Cusfomizing 22I Main S+. phone 94 Congrafulaiions and Besi Wishes LANDER, WYOMING From MIKE VINICH Congraiulafions and Besi' Wishes From DR HUDSON. WYOMING M.D. TEXACQ SERVICE STATION Texaco and Firesfone Producis Marfak Lu bricafion ROBERT SCOTT 4+h and Main Phone 74 VALLEY ?es+ Wishes FINANCE COMPANY Caffofi 58 and DR. PEPPER VALLEY me INSURANCE AGENCY "pEppER,UppER-- Finance-Loans-Insurance Phone 5l-J Phone 630 303 N. ZND ST. LANDER, WYO Congrafulai-ions Bes'I' Wishes From an CI f , Alumnus of '27 ass 0 58 +o fhe Class of '58 From GUY'S AND GAL'S GIBSON'S SHOE STORE Phone 667 337 MAIN ST. LANDER, WYO. HENNEKER'S STORE C. B. HENNEKER 20I Main S+ree+ LANDER, WYOMING The SI'uden+ Who Uses I'he ROYAL, SMITH-CORONA, OR REMINGTON PORTABLE TYPEWRITER Is +he S+ucIen+ Who Bes+ Employs His Time and Efforfs WYOMING STATE JOURNAL Phone 600 Lander, Wyo. COMPLETE OFFICE SUPPLIES Congra'IuIa'I'ions fo 'Ihe Class Congrafulaiions Grads of '58 ALWAYS of '58 . Insure ln SURE EL TORO INSURANCE SUPPER CLUB 6+ me NOBLE phone OQJ, INSURANCE AGENCY HUDSON, WYOMING CLYIRLE L. SCOTT anager IOI Washakie Phone 990 From a '25 Alumnus The Class of '58 CONGRATULATIONS Always af Your Service NOBLE DRUG STORE GEORGE H. CASE Good Luck-Class of '58 SUPER FOOD-AG "Where You Gei' +he Mosi' of Ihe Besi' for 'rhe Leas+" YOUR FRIENDLY AG STORE Lander, Wyoming F E ri' L bi i n, R i W Ir, d orCo,hF:sIeI'e uEn'gcIRIeoTuneeFIJap2, Scsentan Hardware-Furniiure ROYIS Appliance STANDARD SERVICE KEN RATHBONE, owner 6'7 Main Sfreef 272 Main Phone l38 Lander WYomIn9 YOUR ONE STOP SERVICE STATION Congrafulafions +o 'Ihe Class of '58 JIM'S MARKET AND MOTEL 590 Main SI'ree'r Phone 595-M LANDER. WYOMING Bes'r Wishes HUGH w. JONES AGENCY I0 mass of 58 R H LANDER ea 0' HIDE AND METAL FARMS, RANCHES, HOMES COMPANY Business Oppor+uni+ies 25l Main Phone 750 Hides, Furs PeI+S. Game Skins Scrap Iron LANDER, WYOMING PHONE 67-W COHQFGIUIGHOUS Besi' Wishes From 'I'0 fhglisxlgf '58 SHOE STORE SERVICE STATION . Landers Larges'l' PHONE I53 LANDER Famiiy Shoe Sfore 360 Main Phone 586 ' ' T 355 Q SQ :Q r or iff -if + ' ilirh EM : Kg-25 Wigs, I I is A Eii Iis Eii ssi iun ' "On +he Job Training" SAFEWAY STORES Wishes 'Ihe Class of '58 fhe Besi' of Luck Groceries, Meai' and Produce SOLD AT LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES Lander, Wyoming Besf Wishes and Congra+uIaI'ions Con raiuldions From g +9 RO P E RIS BO I SCEaSI'IIY5E3TTE PAINT STORE H There's a Yard Near You" ORIN ROPER Owner Phone 83 502 Lincoln Lander, Wyo. LANDER, WYOMING I43 N. 2nd Phone 442-W FARMER'S SUPPLY COMPANY EVERYTHING FOR THE FARM AND RANCH Congra'ruIa+es The Class of '58 FARM EQUIPMENT HYDRAULIC FARM HANDS GRAINS, SEEDS, FEEDS TOMAHAWK FEEDS I73 Main Sfreef Lander, Wyoming Besi Wishes BEST OF LUCK 'I'o The Class of '58 CI-A22 ET: 8 '5 MARTIN F rom 'I'he DENTAL CLINIC LANDER LANE5 DR. RICHARD MARTIN B I. Wh H1 + . If I I d. OW In WI newes e UI fn n IFICU In 556 Main SI' Lander our negw aufomsfic pin-seflrsl? e g Besf Wishes ' 'Io 'rhe Class of '58 From THE FREMONT CAFE MR. AND MRS. EVERETT WARD LANDER, WYOMING Gei' a RegisI'erecI KEEPSAKE Genuine Diamond Rings and Silverware BRUCE L. BADLEY FINEST IN HARDWARE GIFTS APPLIANCES Besf Wishes io Class of I958 MARSHALL-WELLS STORES LANDER WYOMING Phone 947 376 Main Sf. LANDER. WYOMING CORBETTS STANDARD SERVICE STATICN Congra+uIa+ions Class of '58 THE TRAILS DRIVE-IN Across From Congraiulafions +he High School 'Io +he Class of '58 Phone 757-J LANDER WYOMING -JGRAND THEATER Always a Good Show Some'I'imes a Greai' Show LANDER, WYOMING 'Ria FIELD LUMBER COMPANY EveryI'I1ing for I'I1e Builder SALES AND SERVICE CongraIuIa'I'ions 'Io 'rhe Class of '58 PHONE 40 LANDER, WYOMING 330 O KOVE N YOUR RADIO DIAL JACK BREECE DOROTHY REED DAN BREECE JIM FITZGERALD BILL STANLEY GARY FEHLAUER ANN COGKENDALL BARBARA STOWE M. N. BALDWIN CO. Merchanfs Since I 866 GENERAL MERCHANDISE Congra'l'uIaIions +o +I1e Class of I958 FREE DAILY DELIVERY SERVICE Congra+uIa+ions To CONGRATULATIONS Ihe CIM of 58 and FOR BEST SERVICE BEST WISHES REMEMBER F,,,,,, THE CITY DR. W. C. DUNKIN BARBER SHOP JIM DURAN, Manager Congra+uIa+ions The Class of '58 THE NU-WAY CAFE To Sui+ Your TasI'e THE BEST PLACE IN TOWN TO EAT LANDER SADDLERY SPORTING GOODS CO. "The S+ocIcmen's S+ore" 259 Main LANDER, WYOMING EAGLE CLEANERS WE TRY TO SATISFY Congra'I'uIa+ions To The Class of '58 CAL LEE MOTOR COMPANY "CompIe+e Tire Service" I44 Main Phone 333 GOODYEAR TIRES Lander. Wyoming Good Luck DICK +o WELDING SERVICE me mass of 58 . . ROWE Rug and FleIcI Work FULLY INSURED RADIO AND APPLIANCE Shop 467 so. nh Phone sa4-J STORE LANDER, WYOMING RCA VICIOI' 'I'I1e Way BOX 44I LANDER ROBINSON TRANSPORTATION CO. Congra+uIa+ions I'o Class of '58 DAILY PASSENGER AND FREIGHT SERVICE Phone 340 Lander, Wyoming Men's OuaIi'ry Wearing Apparel LANDER, WYUMI NG VAN HEUSEN GAIME AND LAKE STYLE-MART STETSON J. CAPPS AND SONS JUSTIN BOOTS Wesfern OuHi'r+ers for Men and Women MATCHLESS Because l+'s CLEAN Electric Range An Elecfric Range ls Jusl' as Clean as an Eleclric Lighl . . . and Jusl' as Safe and Sure "CONGRATULATIONS, GRADUATES" PACIFIC POWER 81 LIGHT COMPANY Mounlain Sfales Division Besl' Wishes 'I'o 'l'he Class of '58 From LANDER MOTOR COMPANY YOUR PLYMOUTH AND DODGE DEALER Phone 94 Lander, Wyoming If We Have I+ ll"s a Bargain SURPLUS SALES Camping and Oufdoor Equipmenl WAR SURPLUS Tools ancl Clolhing I66 Main S+. Lander i lmiiis LIU Besl' Wishes Class of '58 Phone 6 MR. AND MRS. T. C. ALLEN LANDER FURNITURE HARDWARE Congratulctes the Class of '58 FURNITURE-45 HARDWARE-I3 See Our OOmpleTe Line of Home Furnishings TWO STORES TO SERVE YOU BETTER Oomplimenfs of FREMONT BARBER SHOP Class of '58 O. J. TRIMMER, Propriefor Lander, Wyoming i BYBEE SHOE STORE 365+ :NiSheS JOHN c. ROBERTS Class off ,958 Rj3MifhfgSJiTZ:S REFRIGERATION SERVICE RED GOOSE SHOES We Process Meaf for Home Freezers TONY LAMA BOOTS PQGUE 5 HOSIERY FROZEN FOOD LOOKERS 338 Main Sfreei' Phone 587 ' 324 5. 2nd S+, phone '94 SMAIL MOTCRS Willys, Ponfiac Complefe Au+omo+ive Service STATE FARM AUTO INSURANCE Phone II6 Lander Wyoming Qi W N , me Krew '52 Kem Q f QM Wm Jef-ww ,KWWL i QWMQAYEBS D GRAD XMB opucrs Hom I Qeam RWE TO DlfffW'Efi9rb Phone I39 Lander, Wyoming Complimenfs of LOG CABIN GROCERY Fresh Meals-Groceries-Cabins PETE SPRIGGS Phone I72-W Lander, Wyoming Bed. Wishes Congra'rula+ions +0 'l'O Class of l958 Class of '58 STATE MINES, INC, MABE'-5 Lander. Wyoming 208 S. Zncl 337 Congra+ula+ions Gree+ings 'l'O 'l'l'I9 From Class of '58 DR. TUNNEL and l Hl'S BARBER SHOP C IO3 Lincoln S'I'. Lander Wherever You May Go, Always Remember THE FINEST SMALL HOTEL IN THE WEST NOBLE HOTEL and COFFEE SHOP Famous Indian Grill ancl Wesfern Rooms LANDER, WYOMING ' u .1 u , I I I +I5f f If jf QW, LANDER ' LIVESTOCK Xa COMMISSION Dealers-All Types of Lives+ock Wednesday-I :OO Manager DON DABICH as Iii In Phone 300-W Box 780 N. W. of Lande Bes'I' Wishes Congrafulaiions 6oOac?dLuck +o , 'I'I1e Class of '58 S CUT-RATE GAS FOOD STORE Lander' Wyoming 232 I:-Aaig S+ree+ Greefings +o Ihe I Class of '58 SERVICE STATION DR. L. F. BARTELS AND MOTEL 264 Norfh I01'h Lander ADAMS, KEITH Band 1, 2, 3, Vice President Freshman Class, Basketball 1, 2, Language Club 1, 2, Class Play 3. APPLEBY, DEWAYNE Pep Club 3, FFA 1, 2, 3, 4. APPLEHANS, MARY ANN Student Council Representative 1, Ink Slingers Queen 4. BAILEY, ROBERT Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 2, Vice President Music Club 3, Science Club 3, 4, Music Club 1, 2, 3, Dramatics glub 2, Science Club President 4, Boys' State 3, Junior ay 3. BALLARD, DON Chorus 2, 3, 4, FFA, Music Club 4, Football, Basketball, Track, Boy Scouts. BOCHE, SHIRLEY Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Language Club 1, 2, Music Club, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 4, Speech Festival, Operetta, BROUHARD, CARL Chorus 2. BROWN, CHARLOTTE Chorus 1, Sweetheart Queen 1, Student Council Represent- ative 2, Secretary Modern Language Club 2, Vice President Student Council 3, Vice President Pep Club 3, Editor Tiger Cry 3, Business Manager Tiger 4, Cheerleader 4, Girls' State 3, Homecoming Queen 4, Teen Talk 4, Speech Festi- val 2, 3, Junior Play 3, Class Secretary 3. BUCKMAN, ELLIOT Football 1, 2, Pep Club. BYBEE, ALFRED BYBEE, GAIL Band 1, 2, 3, Dramatics Club President 4, Tiger Cry Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Language Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Drill Team 4, Inner School Band 3, Music Award I, 2. CAREY, KENNETH Basketball Manager 1, 2, Football Manager 1, 2, "L" Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3. CHERRY, PAUL FFA 1, 2, 3. 4, FFA Student Council Representative 3, Junior Class President 3, FFA Judging Team 1, 3, 4, FFA President 3. CHINGMAN, CHARLES Perfect Attendance 1, Sophomore Class Treasurer 2, Vice President 3, Pep Club "L" Club, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Bas- ketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, "L" Letter Award. CHENEY, MARY KAY Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-School Concerts 3, 4, Vice President Music Club 3, Junior Play 3, Modern Language Club 1, 2, Tiger Tells Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Girls' State 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Teen Time 3, 4. CLAYCOMB, SHIRLEY Band 1, 2, Tiger Tells 3, The Tiger 4, Student Council Representative 3, Cheerleader 4, Secretary of Student Council 4, Language Club 1, 2, Dramatics Club 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' State Alternate 3, Music Festival 1, 2, Speech Festival 2, Annual Staff Assistant Editor. COGGINS, LARRY Pep Club 3. DAVIS, STEVE DUNCAN, TOM Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice President Class 2, Modern Language Club Treasurer 2, Student Council Representative Modern Language Club 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor Annual 4, Uninhibited Sam for Tiger Tells 3, 4, Teen Time, Thespian, Operetta, Speech. EARL, JOAN Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Inter-School Concerts 3, 4, Dramatics Club President 3, Speech Festival 3, Junior Prom Queen 3, Treasurer 1, Student Council 4, Homecoming Attendant 1, Co-Captain Drill Team 4, Modern Language Club 1, 2, President Modern Language Club 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff Feature Editor, Junior Play 3, Betty Crocker Homemaker 4, Girls' State 3. EWERS, SUSAN Chorus 1, 2, 3, Dramatics Club 2, 3, Speech Festival 3, 4, Tiger Tells Staff 4, Modern Language Club 1, 2, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, Junior Play 3, Music Club 2, 3, Music Festival 1, 2. FERRY, RICHARD Sophomore Class Secretary 2, "LH Club Treasurer 3, Speech Festival 3, 4, Junior Class Play 3, Modern Lan- guage Club 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Track 2, 3. FOSSEY, WILSON Modern Language Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' State 3, "Ln Club 2, 3, 4, "L" Club President 4, Pie Eating Contest 3, 4, Perfect Attendance 1, Pep Club I, 2, 3, Dramatics 4. FRIDAY, TRUMAN FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, "L" Club 2, 3, 4. GOODWIN, SANDRA Chorus l, 2, 3, Pep Club 1, 2, 3. GUSTIN, DEANNA Chorus 1, Modern Language Club 1, 2, Student Council Representative 2, Tiger Tells Staff 3, Advertising Editor Annual 4, Cheerleader 4, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics Club 3. HAGEMEISTER, BARBARA Business Manager Tiger Tells 4, Advertising Editor Tiger Tells 4, Girls' Quartet 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Tiger Tells Staff 4, Pep Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club 2, Speech Festival 1, 2, Play 3. HOYT, VERDA HARTMAN Modern Language Club 1, 2, Junior Prom Queen Attendant 2, Perfect Attendance I, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 1, 2. HARTMAN, VERA Modern Language Club l, 2, Junior Prom Queen Attendant ,Perfect Attendance 1, Pep Club 1, 3, 4, Received two pms. HAWK, JAMES Wrestling 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Science Club 4, Music Club 4, ROTC, Pep Club, Junior Rodeo Club. HAYES, WILLIAM Modern Language Club l, 2, Perfect Attendance 1, Vice President Modern Language Club 2, Basektball 1, 2, 3, Fflolhall 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Boys' State 3, Class Play 3, :nge President 4, Pep Club 3, Girls' PE Instructor 1, 2, 3, HISER, EILEEN Chorus 4. HOWELL, LINDA Chorus 3, 4, Pep Club Secretary 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Dramatics Club 4, Music Club. HURTADO, HOWARD Perfect Attendance 1. JACOBSEN, KAREN Drill Team 4. IRVINE, DUANE Chorus 2, 3, Music Club 2, 3, Pep Club 4, Operetta 3. LYON, KAY FHA1, Music Club I, 2, Chorus 1, 2, 3, Perfect Attendance 1, Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Junior Attendant 3, Girls' State Alternate 3, Operetta 3, Junior Play 3. MEYERS, BELVERDA MUGGLEBURG, NICHOLAS MURRAY, JOAN Latin Club 2, Ping Pong Winner 3, Pep Club President 4, Girls, Athletic Association 1, 2, Tiger Tells Advertising Manager 3, Tiger Tells Assistant Editor 3, Secretaryfllreas- urer Science Club 3, Tiger Tells Staff 3, Annual Staff 4, Co-Captain Drill Team 4, Leoettes 1, Mimerathians 1, 2, Sopha Chi 2, Homecoming Attendant 3, Kiwanis Scholar- ship Award 1, Pep Club 3, 4, Treasurer of Student Body 4. NEWTON, ROBERT Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Modern Language Club 1, 2, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, "L" Club 2, 3, 4, Sports Editor Tiger Tells 3, Editor Annual 4, Pep Club l, 2, 3, 4. NICHOLLS, JIMMY Modern Language Club 1, 2, FFA 3, 4, Basketball l. 2, Class Treasufer 3, Football 1, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, FFA Treasurer 4, "L" Club 3, 4, Class Play 3, Junior Boy Award, Pep Club 3. NORTON, TOM Chorus 1, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4, Class President 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Music Club I, 2, "Ln Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Dramatics 3, 4, Class Play 3. PATTERSON, PATRICIA Chorus 1, Girls' All-Around Athlete Award. PARRILL, BRUCE Modern Language Club 1, 2, Tiger Tells Staff 4. POGUE, MAXINE Tiger Tells Staff 3, Homecoming Queen Attendant 2, Modern Language Club 1, 2, Pep Club I, 2, 3, 4, FHA 1. RACE, CELEST RAMSEY, PATRICIA FHA 1, 2, Pep Club 3, 4, Dramatics Club 4, Band 2, Cho- rus I, 2, 4, Intramural 1, 2, Drill Team 4. REYOS, ANNETTE Chorus 2, 3, 4, Tiger Tells 4, Pep Club 2, 3, 4, Music Club 3, Annual Staff 4, FHA 1, 2. RINKER, KAY Modern Language Club 1, 2, Pep Club. 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