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Chorus 1 '73 Glee Club 4 Iunxor Senior Bwnquet.
Football 1,2,4g Wrestling 3,49 junior-Senior Banquet.
Rxdxo Clubg Automotive Clubg Junior-Senior Banquet.
Top Left. "Who took that money?" "Not
mel"y "l saw youl"
Bottom Left. "Say Barb, these are iust
the things for getting into the swim of
Below. "Is this what hull monitors do when
they are not ct their posts?"
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Radio Club 25 Projectors Club 3,45 F.F.A. 1,2,3,45
J unior-Senior Banquet.
NANCY BRINKMAN WHITE "WHITIE"
Art Club 45 Swim Club 1,2,45 Future Teachers Club
3,45 G.A.A. 152,35 Literary Club 45 Chorus 15 Choir
2,3,45 District Solo and Ensemble Festival 35 Hall
Monitor 35 Student Director, Junior Play5 Senior Class
Cabinetg Exchange Student to Netherlands CSummer
of '63J5 Junior-Senior Banquet.
RICHARD WILLIAMS "DICK"
Literary Club 3,45 F.F.A. 45 Hootenany 35 Tennis 3,45
Baseball 25 Cross-Country 45 Typing Award 35 Honor
Banquet 45 Junior-Senior Banquet.
SANDRA MARIE WILSON "VVILLIE"
Swim Club 1,45 G.A.A. 1,2,45 Mid-Winter Festival
Talent Show 1,2,35 Cheerleader 15 Class Treasurer 25
Junior Play Castg Senior Sale Co-Chairman5 Senior
Class Cabinet5 Packer Tales Stalf 45 Mogul, Advertising
Editor 45 Junior-Senior Banquet.
ROBERT E. WOLCOTT "BOB"
Football 15 F.F.A. 25 Junior-Senior Banquet.
KENNETH WOLFORD "KEN"
F.F.A. 15 Junior-Senior Banquet.
PEGGY J. WOLFSEN "PEG"
Future Nurses Club 45 Ski Club 45 Future Teachers
Club 3,45 Art Club 45 Literary Club 45 Special Educa-
tion Student Teacher 35 Packer Tales Stal? 45 Mogul
Staff, Senior Editor 45 Junior Play Cast5 Senior Play
Crewg Honor Banquet 2,3,45 Junior-Senior Banquet.
KURT H. YVOLTER
Transferred from LaGrange, Illinois '625 Art Club 3,45
Literary Club 3,45 Hall Monitor 45 Honor Banquet 45
Junior-Senior Banquet5 Cum Laude.
Tansferred from Lorenzo, California '635 Art Club 45
SUSAN ELLEN ZERLAUT "SUSIE"
Glee Club 25 Literary Club 35 Future Teachers Club 25
Bible Club 15 Chorus 15 Senior Choir 25 Packer Tales,
Typist5 Mogul, Under-classmen Editor5 Typing Award
35 Perfect Attendance 15 Honor Banquet 2,45 Junior-
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Mrs. Gill directs the Senior Choir of the Christmas Chapel. They were proud to oppeor in
their new robes.
Senior Class h7sfor y
Memories. just memories. Tlmt's nll that is left of those four
years you called "your high school years." Remember the year?
1960-61-It ull began-you were Freshmen. Remember how
proud you were? You seemed to he aglow with pride, because you
had finally left Junior High und you were ai Freshman. No mutter
how lowly the upper-classmcn treuted you, you still felt superior.
There was absolutely no dcnting of your pride...after ull, you
were the clnss of 'G-4. To represent you in Student Council that
year you chose Kny Emerick, Gloria Neher, John Fitzpatrick, Lnurie
Walker, and Jim Mugee. Cheryl Lips took her place in the Queen's
Court ns a representative of your class. To manage your class
business you chose Doug Powers, President, Cheryl Lips, Vice-
President, Shelley McCormick, Secreturyg und Iohn Darling, Trea-
surer, with the help of your head class sponsor, Miss Orr.
Of course you remcmher that year, it was zu young and exciting
year, a yeur like yourselves, an your full of fun und surprises, a year
for exploring and lunrning. Think hack, you'll remember it.
1961-62-Sophomorcs you were then. You'd settled into the
routine of school. That year you really belonged. You found too,
through the help of upperclussmcn, that you were not as important
to the school ns you hucl imagined you were, but still you belonged
and that was what was important, remember? Yet through it all
you never lost your pride in your cluss-nfter all, you were the
class of '64. Your henfl sponsor was Mr. Cooper. With his help and
the help of your oiliccrs, Bill Jihson, President, john Morrison,
Vice-President, jan Van Sloten, Secretary, and Sandy Wilson,
Treasurer, ulong with the able assistance of Student Council Rep-
resentatives Kriy Emerick, Laurie Walker, Pat Stroven, Bob Voss,
:ind Jim Furclu you made it through your Sophomore year with
flying colors. You also remember Cheryl Lips again represented
your eluxs in the Homecoming Court and Laurie Walker wus
voted Princess of the Mid-Winter Festival. With the festival over
there wus not much left to do except wait with great anticipation
for your junior Yeur.
l962-63- Your Junior Year. You could feel the excitement as
you began that yuzirg you knew of the important things tlmt the
year would hold. You could feel grnduntion getting closer, nnd
what was once so distunt could he seen now, in the not so distant
future. Most of you hurried down in the early full to get your
clnss rings that would prove to everyone thnt you were the class of
'64. You wore them with pride, well why shouldn't you he proud
-after nll, you were the clnss of '64, President john Purminter,
Vice-President Dick Peters, Secretary Jun Van Sloten, and Trea-
surer Boh Howurd c-lnlrlered und guided you that year, and were in
turn guided by head sponsor, Mr. Brown. You had elected to the
Student Council tlmt yc-nr the following: Cheryl Lips, Pat Stroven,
Laurie YVnlkcr, lioh Voss, jim Magee, Andy Jend and Barb
During the football season of your Junior year, you chose for
Homecoming representative Laurie WVnll-ner. Later in the year your
class was honored by having one of your classmates elected King of
the Mid-Winter Festival - Javier Sepulveda. Junior year was near-
ing its end when you started plans for the Junior Play, which was
n collection of five one-act plays, directed by Miss Sogge. Also
in that year you honored the class of '63 hy sponsoring the annual
junior-Senior Banquet and Prom. For the theme you chose "Evening
in Paris.: 2lVith the completion of the Prom your final year was
c ose at mn .
1963-64- Of course you have little trouble at all remembering
that year, for it was truly "your year." You had journeyed through
those four years running into and overcoming obstacles at every
turn, hut you had Hrmlly made itg you were Seniors. You swelled
with pride ut the mere mention of "Senior" and why not- after
all, you were the class of '64. As you entered your Senior year,
your L-hiss elected John Frens, Presidentg Marc Scott, Vice-President,
Cookie Meyer, Seeretaryg and jan Klassen, Treasurer. You were
proud of the part that the Senior class played in your student
government, because there were sixteen of you in the Student
Council. Senior Representatives were Alan Bennett, Mary Wake-
Held, Karen McNeill, Merrilee, Smith, Chick Gerber, and Andrea
Myers. Others of you were Pat Stroven, Presidentg jim Magee,
Vice-Presiclentg Barb Wieden, Secretary, John Darling, Treasurer,
and Cabinet members Karen Hawkey, Shore the Fare, Shelley
McCormick, Assemblies, Bob Voss, Dance, Carol Frodey, Halls,
Laurie XValker, Student Activitiesg and Tim Truman, Finance.
Your chief sponsor was Mrs. Boerman, who was assisted by Miss
Elmrgiesk giss Van Horn, Mr. Adair, Mr. Durkee, Mr. Smith,
aim r. n in. -
You remember how much fun you had working at the Senior
Sale, the many nights of canvasing and the Sale itself. YVhi1e most
of you were working on the Sale there were the others who were
concentrating on making the Senior Play a success. Mr. Kidder
directed the play, "The Diary of Anne Frank," starring Kay
Demmon, Tim Truman, Shelley McCormick, and Chick Gerber.
From the six queen candidates, consisting of Vicki Hall, Cheryl
Lips, Laurie Walker, Cookie Meyer, Shelley McCom1ick, and Pat
Stroven, you und the rest of the student body selected Cookie
Meyer ns Homecoming Queen. Your class was again honored at
the Mid-NVinter Festival, hy the election of Marianna Jonsson,
Queen, and Volker Schutte, King.
Then ns the year neared its end you as Seniors became involved
in all the last activities of high school, college applications and
ncceptamces, the Senior Party, the Junior-Senior Banquet and
Prom honoring you, the exams, Baccalaureate and Commencement.
With Commencement Exercises came the end of high school. You
were saddened and yet glad with anticipation of things to come.
But above everything you were aglow with pride because you
were something that no other graduating class of Fremont had been
before- "You were the Class of '64."
Memories, just memories. That's all that is left of those four
years which you called, "your high school years."
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