Lincoln High School - Lincolnian Yearbook (Tacoma, WA)

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R '- :.7": - 21. ,' lr ' ' 5:7 ' ' J ' 13157 'E M 2'f2',"5'f2Tff?f:.f7 f -ffiwiifiwf 5 -3 f' A1 N H" '3Fdf,v.24aP' - ' ""l' rkIi1vt.'ii7S1!EE'5 QUWMWMJW fum Al' f557f'ff"'7 M QL'TZ? 2Z1Z5wwHWwf V' ff L l 1 A SLI V - , I Q RCU Nil, S151 HQ 0 W , IJ H+' - if ' , M B ,Zi I 1. X5f,ffrvCJ7-f 'XZQK 7f?' fad l I k - ' : - V I 4 . Mpq X, Hz - 1 r 8 , , , 'f' VX' I c f 12 ' .X I M . , f - A . ff ,iff M ,Jlfl7!fSlIL'l'! l7!I T110 Associalcl Sl ulcnl Igocly of Li ICOIII Higll S 00' I 1 I 1 l XIUIIIIIIL' 1,,f'iE5Eg?? ,.f Mfg? !,jjjj:jf,, fs jaw ld I TQ if QD lg , f TQ I XX TQ 1956 Forewor . . . "And as seen from any angle, 'twas a wisely ordered plan." Before any structure, plan, or idea can be completed or fulfilled there must first be a master plan. Without this blueprint no orderly progress can result. Architects have drawn blueprints for Lincoln's new fine arts building which will soon replace the three wooden portables in use since 1916. So must each student blueprint his future, keep' ing in mind his ambitions, talents, and limitations. As structures must be planned to withstand the wear of time, our lives must be planned strongly to enable us to cope with life in this com' plicated modern age. Here at Lincoln teachers are the head architects who use the tools of knowledge, training, and understanding to help us formulate our plans. lt is with their help that we are able to map out our "Blueprints for the Future." WW Q My .r 2 r L Kewl 2: my X Vs M153 .faairiizft H gg K, x vi if if f 1 r,:f,:.r' I V1 764 1 -- -. ' .wiwim :- - LYLE SWEDBERG, Architect Dedication . . . At the May 10, 1955, elections a bond issue for a new Fine Arts Building at Lincoln was passed by the citizens of Tacoma. ' As every student needs a blueprint for his future life, he also needs buildings in which to study so that he might formulate these plans wisely. To the citizens of Tacoma and to the school board of District Number 10 in recognition of their farsighted planning for the students of tomorrow we, the 195 6 Lincolnian staff, dedicate our book. Table of Con ten fs Ez' Administration . 5 Classes ..... . 17 Athletics .... 4-9 Activities .... 79 Clubs . . . . . 101 A y . I i I , I 5 , , 1 , .,,f - -, 7-,M '-,, ,,5". . ,- ' . .- W- -H "1" ' ----:-.t-i'::'2 " 41 "" ' ' ""-' ' ' , .,. 5 2 Q -. , 4 , - . -. 1 . 1 -' '- '- , - 0 a . V yu Y -xii' . , ., , 4. -. T 5- , . , ,Wy ,- '- -1-1 , ,Y ,- 2' ' '-swf,-' 'Q 'lr - . ,, -, , ' 5 ,- ,f Q -'-:Q ' P , ,- -. x 1.5 1, ., ' '- -.57-If -1- ,, .gf . i' .,,- 5 paw- ,.--,., W .fg,y.- ,, ----fa .. ..-, . ,Y . , .. - -.Q 1,23 .QM - 1, ,Q , . ' -- , -Jes 1 ' ' -- -- - -- .1,., --,-.,,,-.i-1 f---,.,.,.- . . - Y' ,' - ,-',gf'f',.-1.1-3 -V 4 . 1 .rv ?.'11, ' -, '- . 'f.f.1. , --Ji: 'Y 1- 'v ' ' .- ..-., 1' X - -f - - '. 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V .- - 7 ., - , J - : ,f 1- j-,M-51,6 -"' --,f.vg:x,. .I 4" ,i--Q lr." :".'-,fy A 3 -.1 1- - ,,5g,:.,.,'--,jsp-Z ' 5-' -,'fi- " ., ,,' '- T' ' '.f'w,f, Y A,-L',j.', '-'fii -1- . '. - . f . Rf' "f'i"--- f ' -7- ' I! 'f' ' ' ' ' ' ' -wr' 1 ' 4 . ' ,. K 13, , Jil, ' 7 ' :X"',f3BH!9 . Principalfs Messa e "To the Class of 195 6, congratulations! You have successfully reached the end of your high school ca' reers. Here at Lincoln you have formed many of the habits and an outlook on life that you will carry with you in the future. "Helping you to form your blueprint for life were not only your scholastic work, but also participation in the many extrafcurricular' activities offered here at Lincoln. These tasks, plus experience gained in deal' ing with others, have aided in molding a character that will assist you in making a worthwhile contribuf tion to society. "For most seniors, the job of planning their lives is almost over. But juniors and sophomores still have time to better themselves while here at Lincoln." During the time they have known him, principal Kenneth Flora has demonstrated to his students his sincere interest in their wellfbeing and happiness. He is deeply admired for his enthusiastic support of all school functions and for the fairness with which he governs Lincoln. wtf arclie Helps To Plan IVCS of Lincolnites Handling students' problems, making program changes and supervising at all our sports activities, are only a few of the tasks of our vicefprincipal, Wilf liam B. Hardie. As architects plan buildings, so does Mr. Hardie help blueprint the lives and the future of Lincoln students in which he is deeply interested. Taking pride in his work, Mr. Hardie, through courage and understanding, attacks every problem with a smile and gives sincere advice. 5 English 15 ,,,f' R. Palo C. LeFebre H. Nelscn J. Contris G. Herring Mrs. Nelson's Comp. 3 students gain confidence by Interested students study a Shakespearian R' Haltom performing pantomimes before class members. theatre. C, Dolan M. Goodwin R, Wilson L. Legg L. Smith R. Lyons J. Showalter J. Harvey Teac ers Aid in Plannin Blueprint of Life Every student needs the help of a guiding hand to draw his blueprint for the future. Mem' bers of the faculty are always there to lend this helping hand and offer new ideas and plans to suit each individual need. Besides serving a full day as classroom teachers, faculty members willingly offer their assistance in extrafcurricular activities. The clubs at Lincoln would not be the success they are if it were not for the patient guidance and supervision of the teachers who act as advisers. 6 Standing in the wind and rain to take tickets at football games, and acting as chaperones at school dances are two additional duties of Lin' coln's faculty members. Perhaps the most important duty of the faculty members is not to instruct in the class' room or to supervise after school activities, but to offer ready advice and assistance in solving the students' problems. Among the yearly functions and social events for the faculty are the Christmas Tea and the traditional end of the year banquet. ocia .'.r'4?k A JW? cience fn 1523 W . .,,,. f.. , , E. VVakelee W. Scott K. Bernard R. White L, Holden O. Opgenrirth Miss Bernard's students discuss United States' situation Psychology class boards bus for field trip to Western in world affairs. State Hospital. E. Schwartz 'W . DCIGHCC A. Pollard Mary Boulton and Lowell Bamford examine the dogfish that Forestry students learn the art of "plane tablingf' C. Sherwood ciidn't get away. D. Trier N, Mayer W. Drake P I XXWWY "Ir tm, ', . .X ,ye 5 4 1, ,447 ,RX ,,,,,s ' 7 4 S . Q xi . , ,, Ll I JN - 'elf ' ' Zfilfi' ' 45' my Q-isiisst ir ,. A.: W xg is 1. A-If +- '19 I. Moore A. Nicholson R. Moline A. Smith E. Taylor M. Vorwerk D. Hannula J. Walsh D. E. students study a retailer's manual. A. Carlson L. Doernex' F, Armstrong J. Maclntyre L. Summers Business Education . F1ne Arts D. Tracey M. Summers Janice Pendergrast and Penny Gragg exhibit talent An old fashioned snow man never looked like this. R. Dezell during a practice session. u-"""V S ,UI I pk-iflffvcf Health an Physical Education QQ? H. Clarke W. Fredricks J. Waters V. Sterling W. Mullen Kick. kick, kick! No cheating is allowed during exercise time in the boys' P.E. class. C. Gilmur H. Bird n 4 , Mathemat1cS Porelgn Languages Mrs, Lnsley explains the mysteries of income tux to Eileen Mclnlosh and Richard Carlson. German students send friendship packages to Germany. H, Mantz J. Lilly C. Lasley J. Kennedy A. Grimes C. Roe S. Muller H. Steiger E. Brinegar ' W .. . f gb iz. I if A C Z V A 1 "'- , I can-. I QTY! . in C .3 S . gf 2 W Q? ii! if X QI ,. A 5 fi swf AZ' L, .9 nr. 4. w '.-,f elif, Rzifffiif ggi? .. l Top-Mr. Ellingson shows Mike Chervenak how to become a J. McLin, A. Lindholt, A. Ellingson, S. Brooks, E. Motteler, N good mechanic. Ubben. F. Bowers, L. Hague, G. Haaland, R. Trojan, P. Barricks Bottom left-Mr. Trojans' students learn the art of weaving. Bottom right-Changing a tire is nothing to these experts. ' Industrial Arts HOIIIC ECOIIOIHICS Future dressmakers show their skill. Now, boys, what girl likes to eat hard biscuits? H. Pangborn, E. Ramsey. J. Halsey, T. Myhrman, M. Rollefson ill .?r-W.. F... .Q jf Q 9J,,Zw.J -- if W Q . Y .5 ..,. 5 V' O 9 If ' f gp. ' . 'W . Y sq : HW , jf! , M A C A 5 1 532 3 ti aff. ks ,. 1 '::, J, Sharpe, D. Foster, H. Feutz. E. Johnson. M, Cissne, M. Anderson, B. Cunningham. E. Washburn. Mrs. Feutz and Beverly Miller greet a vocational conference speaker. Miss Washburn and Mrs. Cunningham check "on my honor" e us Mrs. Huschke. G 'fl ' Off' u1 ance Maln ICC , Custodial Staff Cafeteria taff Z fllf Row l-O. Fuller, P. Branham. L. Wilburt, A. Dugan. F. Keller. Row 2 Cafe Staff-M. Sidelman. F. Dye. A. Botenen. A. Clearv, C, Matousek M C. C. Irish. W. Belden. D. Evans. P. Pctcrson. D. Bcrnscn. not present. Rollefson. I I St film BERT sm! Tseill Duane Christensen Marilee Andersen Nancy Reinvik Loren Hildebrand Amie Spencer Jean Bucklin Lee Hauge President Vice-President Secretary Comm. of Finance Lincolnian Editor Lincoln News Editor Yell King Judy Guelfy, Girls' Club President Council members- sing praises of It pays to advertise. Roy Cummings. Senior Class President Jim Webster. Sportsmen's Club President membership Cards' Helen Feutz. Adviser tudent Council Becomes Full-Tiine C ass Establishment of Student Council as a reg' ular class with scholastic credit this year made it possible for the members to meet every day while working toward their goal of greater stuf dent participation in Lincoln's government. Miss Katherine Bernard conducted the new class with the assistance of Mrs. Helen Feutz and Principal Kenneth Flora. The first concern of the fledgling legislators was the sale of ASL activity cards. Lincoln topped Stadium as they vied for honors in the sales contest, and in payment for losing the conf test, Stadium presented an assembly at Lincoln. This was the first of several exchange assemblies presented during the year. Other exchange shows by the Council were given by Aberdeen and Clympia high schools. Reorganization of the pep staff in an effort to promote better school spirit highlighted Student Council legislation as Frank Bowers was named adviser of a pep group consisting of four cheer' leaders and four song queens. "Dew Drop Inn" to the Council Dance after the Hoquiam game, Lincolnites were urged. Those who followed the suggestion were ref warded by the music of the Roy CummingsfTom DoanefLyman Peterson Trio. The beginnings of a tradition were set in mo' tion by the Council as they conducted a weekf long observance of Linco1n's birthday, complete with a beardfgrowing contest and selection of an "Abe and Mary Lincoln," the two students who best typified the spirit of Lincoln. The fesf tivities were climaxed with an impressive Linf coln Day assembly. Following the theme, "Storytime in Daffof dils," the Lincoln float in the Daffodil Parade depicted the nursery rhyme, "'RubfAfDub Dub, Three Men in a Tubf' -,-, E E? L -I., ...,. ' ' 'M -it . J We 1. 1 M. 5 14 as 'Q X qi . is 'il' . ff x Y " lqp' , S ' 'sm E wif , -. .., --........- 1 i A , ri X, . T 5? K, K N Dick Beddoe Jim Ehrler Judy Saar Joe Devish John Sabol Larry Swift Sharon Gaisford Senior Rep. Junior Rep. Sophomore Rep. Girls' Club Rep. ll Sportmen's Club Rep. Sophomore Pres. Sophomore Sec. I v 1 1 Senate--Bottom Row-M. Boulton, K. Norton, Z. McKay, D. Collamore, E. Serfozo, F. Smyth, B. Blankenship, M. Swalley. P. Gibb, S. Smith, C. Watkins, S. Mounts, J. Maijala, C. McDaniel, E. Cortesi, P. Zydek, A. Cusato, M, Lund, C. Laurent. E. Martin, R. Hughes. M. Bryan, D. Sellers. Row 2-P. Davis, S. Meeker. G. Hipkins, L. Campbell, P. Whiteford, M. Huntley, D. Joos, A. Johnson, M. Maxwell, N N ld J Vl S B M Wi dahl D Bittle C Bates L Buckner G Hall J Doleski Row 'I C. Atkins, K. Bond, N. Lundquist, . o . . a en. . erger, . g , . , . , . , . , . , , -A. Wilcox, L. Siler. J. Joy, D. Hansen, M. Devish, D. Lind, V. Munro, W. Baker, G. Flattum. J. Hoard, C. Truher, J. Sabol, J. Harring- ton N. Reinvik, C. Patterson, Mr. Walker. C. Rogers, P. Frayne, B. Rutherford, T. Olsen. C. Ludgate. Row 4-M. Lambert. K. Martin. P. Box, J. Singleton, C. Veach, J. Wiles, G. Thompson. A. Redford, T.Cornish, C. Williams, B. Zaichkin, G. Swanson, L. Ostrander. Row 5-R. Blake. J. Landis. C. Chapman, L. Botley, E. Jack, J. Brown, L. Swift, J. Williams, F. Schumock, J. Kalivas, M. Johnson. J. Estes. L. Larson, B. Eyres, D. Beddoe, J. Sullkosky. D. Campbell, G, Magoon, A. Cox, G. Torgeson. S. Dursma, enate Again Becomes True Governin Body Lincoln's student senate set as its goal this year the refestablishment of the senate as the true gov' erning body of Lincoln. To carry out this theme, student participation was keynoted. Many new committees were formed to perform tasks previous' ly done by members of the student council. Senate representatives, elected by their individual homerooms, met each Tuesday during sixth period to discuss proposed legislation. Among the measures instituted in this year's senate was a school ac' tivities calendar, which will be placed in the hall to inform Lincolnites of coming school events. A senate organization comf mittee studied ways by which Senate Officers-Susan Gadbow. first semester secretary: Marilce Andersen, president: Elaine mester secretary. senate could be improved, and came up with many suggestions that will help to make that body more representative of the students' wishes. The success of Lincoln's float in the daffodil pa' rade was due to the efforts of a senate committee formed for that purpose. Lincoln's senatefsponsored Xfray drive won out over Sta' dium, with 19 Abe homerooms attaining 100 per cent in the contest. Presiding over senate meet' ings was Marilee Anderson. First semester secretary was Susan Gadbaw and second semester secretarial work was done by Elaine Marinig. Marinig, second se- l 3 P-T.A. improves Home- cliool Relations To foster a closer understanding between par' ents and the schools, the Lincoln ParentfTeacher Association set as their theme for this year, "It's Hi Time to Understand Your High School." Carrying out this theme, they presented at each meeting an exhibition by one of the school def partments. In six meetings during the year the functions of the English, business education, industrial arts, social science, guidance, and home eco' nomics departments were explained by the inf Stt'LlCt0rS from those departments. Actual class' room procedure was revealed to the parents when they were given the opportunity to tour the departments on display. 393 new members, of which 143, or almost half, were men, were the result of the fall mem' bership campaign. Usually most members are mothers. Parents had a chance to meet the teachers of their sons and daughters at the Lincoln Backftof School Night November 15. They visited their children's classrooms and were able to chat with the teachers. Admission of the whole family to the Lincoln' Olympia football game for a dollar and a memf bership dance marked the PfTA family night festivities. The annual PfTA assembly featured slides and a lecture by Sheldon Brooks, jr. The mountain' climbing former Lincolnite showed photographs taken of his recent ascent of University Peak in Alaska. The purpose of the assembly was to raise money from the rummage collected at the assembly. The profits will be used to cover PfTA expenses next year. Capably serving as PfTA officers were Mrs. J. A. Scott, president, Mrs. Lee Wills, first vice' presidentg Mrs. Athyleen Nicholson, second vicefpresidentg Miss Alice Grimes, third vice' president, Mrs. A. C. Diment, secretary, and Mrs. Harry Hoffman, treasurer. 14 P.T.A.-Mrs. Lee Wills, first vice president: Mrs. James Scott, president: Mrs. Athyleen Nicholson, second vice president: and Mrs. H. C. Hoff- man, treasurer, discuss future plans. Other officers not present are Mrs. A. C. Diment, secretary: and Miss Alice Grimes, third vice president. Bottom left-Parents hear Richard Trojan tell of his art- craft class. Bottom right-Ken Cox, Mrs. Kenneth Flora, and Miss Alice Pollard watch as Fred Fauske explains operation of a lathe on industrial arts night. Ton Left-Helen Moore pins identification badge on vocational confer- ence speaker. Top Right-Mr. Johnson gives Phyllis Lindskog final vocational confer- ence instructions. Middle Left - "Watch those calories, teachers!" Middle Right-Miss Pol- lard asks, "Will you have a spot of tea, Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Flora. Dr. Blankenship, and Mrs. Flora?" Bottom Left - Faculty pep staffers cheer their team on to victory. Bottom Right-Members of faculty "chat" during the Christmas Tea. Top left-Duane Chris- tensen displays his tal- ent as Sharon Gaisford looks on, Top Right-Lyman Pe- terson. Roy Cummings. and Tom Doane perform at the Council dance. "Dew Drop Inn." Middle Left-Mrs, Smith. Mrs. Armstrong, Mr. Carlson, and Mrs. Sum- mers enjoy the pause that refreshes. Middle Right-Mr.Lyons sets for a shot during the faculty-student bas- ketball game. Bottom Left-Mrs, Saw- yer. tool room atten- dant, explains tools to Jim Aindal. Bottom Right-J oh n Faulkner catches Mr. Flora during a imminent of relaxation. 2' 'x ., ' 1 Liv w V ,--f - X V .1 . A x A F K 1 5 , X 4 , 'S .4 V. . if Vu ' QQ '11 Y ,- -X V'-'Vi' 2 .Vx VL V -IFQQQVEV QE.. V M A. X ,W FWJ h .5 :VV ,L 'J - V - - V - 1 .V -V -' .V -V 5 . 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Taking part in the senior class play, L'The Remarkable Incident at Carson Corners," was a thrill to look back upon with pleasure, along with the cast party that followed the March 9 performance. The senior ball, entitled "Memories," was held excluf sively for seniors because of the crowded conditions in the past and was conf sidered a fitting climax to high school dances. Seniors looked with anticipation toward the Se' nior Brunch, held May 16. lt's motif was "Bow quet in May." Ordering pictures, announcements, and the ref cently approved school ring made seniors realize that the senior assembly, commence' ment exercises, and finale would soon arrive. Leading seniors in these ac' tivities were the senior oificers: Roy Cummings, presidentg Jim Hoard, vicefpresidentg Janice Fisher, secretary, Bill Glover, treasurer, and joe Devish, rep' resentative to council. Senior officers look over graduation announcements. 17 I . Marilee Andersen Loretta Buckner Jean Bucklin Clara Jane Grant Loren Hildebrand Jean Hoffman Beverly Kroening Alice Lewis Elaine Mai-inig Nancy Rrinvik Amie Spencer Geo Marietta Butts Duane Christensen Linda Donlon Gary Jezek Nancy Johnson Florence Kirby Nola Nold Marlene Osness Margaret Ploegsma rgean Warner Donelda White Betty Zevenbergen Honor Graduates Attain Outstandin Recor Twentyfthree members of this year's graduating class attained an outstanding record of a 3.5 or higher grade average for their entire three years at Lincoln. Three years ago, these superior upperclassmen, not realizing the honors they were to receive at Lincoln, were vvidefeyed sophomores entering the portals of this institution. As the result of hard studying and level thinking, these graduates have experienced a feeling of triumph and accomplishment in having their names on the high school honor roll from their sophomore to senior year. l N VJ ith a deep sense of satisfaction, these seniors look back and recall all the obstacles which they en' countered and surmounted during their high school career. ln addition these students have been the school leaders and have participated in student affairs and have been active members in social and athletic actif vities. To the honor graduates of 195 6, the students and faculty of Lincoln High School extend congratulaf tions and best Wishes for happiness and success in life. 'K '. '2., bl E' ,,, ,,A,. ,ga Zi, ALBRO, JANIS GAYLE-General. Art Club, Camera Club. AMONSON, SANDRA ELAINE-College Entrance. Future Nurses Club President '55-'56, Vice-President '54-'55, Rolling Rail- splitters, Keeper of the Merits '55-'56, Future Nurses Club '53- '56, Usherettes Club '54-'55, Girls' Club Representative '54-'55. ANDERSEN, MARILEE A.-College Entrance. A.S.L. Vice-Presi- dent, Jr. Class Representative to Council, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'56, Three Year Pin Winner, Bowling Club, Rifle Club, Stu- dent Leader, Affiliation Chairman '54-'55, Girls' State. Seabeck Conference '55, Student Leadership Conference at U. of W. '55, Lincolnian Administration Editor, Daisy Mae '55, Torch Pin Winner. ANDERSON, ELAINE-Business Education. Girls' Intramural Sports '53-'54, Forestry Club. Art Club, Daffodil Float Com- mittee. ANGELINE, VERNON E.-College Entrance. Retailers Club, Busi- ness Manager in Distributive Education. APTHORP, DOROTHY JEAN-Business Education. Girls' Intra- mural Sports '53-'56, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'56, Lincoln Christian Fellowship '54-'56, ARFMAN, DOUGLAS J,-Industrial Arts. Bowling Club, Stage- craft, Junior Choir. ATKINS, CAROLE ELAINE-College Entrance. Lincoln Letter Lassises '54-'55. Student Leader '54-'55, Senate Representative '55-'56, Future Nurses Club '55-'56, Pep Club '54-'55, A Cappel- la Choir, El Charro Club '54-'56, Bowling Club '54-'55. BABBITT, ROBERT-College Entrance. Sophomore Basketball, Sophomore and Reserve Track. Senate Representative. Rifle Club, Honor Society, Pep Club, Rolling Railsplitters. BACHMAN, JONAS M.-Business Education. Varsity Football '55. BAILEY, JIM-Industrial Arts. Sophomore. Intramural and Re- serve Basketball '53-'54, Senate Representative '53, Student Leader '54-'55. BAKER, WILLIAM L.-Business Education and College Entrance. BALEY, GILBERT ROLAND-College Entrance. Master of Cere- mony for Junior Assembly '55. BALMERT, EDWIN F.-Industrial Arts. Forestry Club. BAMFORD, LOWELL-College Entrance. Ski Club Vice-President '55-'56, Sophomore Football '53, Varsity Tennis Team '54-'55, Senate Representative '53-'54, Ski Club '54-'56, Hi-Y '54-'56, Re- tailers Club '55-'56, Football Night Co-Chairman '55, BARANOWSKI, RICHARD F.-College Entrance. Sportsmen's Club Representative '55, Lettermen's Club '55-'56, Sophomore Basketball '53-'54, Reserve Basketball '54-'55, Intramural Bas- ketball '54, Three-Man Basketball '54. BARCLAY, KAREN LOU-College Entrance. Takolah E Inter- club Representative '55-'56, L.L.L. Three Year Pin Winner, L.C.F. '53-'56, Pep Club '53-'55, Girls' Club Award Winner, Orchestra '53-'56, All State Orchestra '56, Vespers '53-'55, Spring and Winter Concerts, Y-Teen Recognition Ceremony Chairman '55, Honor Society '54-'56, Torch Pin Winner, Senior Class Play Reading Committee, Ticket Chairman, Lincolnian Staff '56. BARCUS, MARGIE E.-Business Education, Senate Representa- tive '54-'55, Marcetta Ki '55-'56, Pep Club. Takolah '54-'55. BARNES, WALTER WILLIAM-Industrial Arts .Sophomore Foot- ball, A Cappella Choir, Forestry Club. BASHEY, NANCY J.--College Entrance. Yell Duchess '55-'56, Band Secretary-Treasurer '54-'55, Aquamaids Vice-President '55-'56, Band Vice-President '55-'56, Senate Representative '54- '55, Aquamaids '54-'56, Ice Skating Club '54-'55, Pep Club '55- '56, Camera Club '55-'56, Girls' Club Representative '54-'55, Honor Society '54-'56, Three Year Pin Winner. Torch Pin Win- ner, Ski Club '55-'56. BASSI, HERMAN J.-Business Education. A Cappella Choir. BEARDSLEY, GENE A.-Business Education. Retailers' Club Vice-President '55-'56, Senate Representative '54-'55, Sophomore Basketball, Retailers Club '55-'56, Red Cross Representative '55, Hi-Y '55-'56, Intramural Swimming. BEDDOE, DICK-College Entrance, Sportsmen's Club Representa- tive to Council '55-'56, Lincoln Christian Fellowship Vice-Pres- ident '55-'56, L.C.F, Chaplain '54-'55, Senate Representative '54-'56, Honor Society '53-'54, Sr. Band '53-'56, Drum Major '54-'56, Band Council '54-'56, Jr. T.B. Board '54-'56, President '55-'56, College Conference Sezretary '54, Vocational Conference Guide '55, Orchestra '55-'56, Quill and Scroll '55-'56, Senior Class Play. BEEKEN, MARIAN MARGUERITE-College Entrance, Future Nurses Club '54-'55, Sophomore Swimming Team. BEELER, SHARRON LEE--Business Education. Pep Club '53-'54, Aquamaids '53-'54, Takolah '54-'55, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54- '55, Retailers Club '55-'56. BEELL, CAROL ANN-Business Education. BEELL. GERALD.--General. Sophomore Track, Varsity Track. BENHAM, CAROL ANN-Business Education. Publicity Manager Choir '55-'56, A Cappella Choir '54-'56, Christmas Vespers '53- '55, "Trial by Jury," Takolah '53-'54, Sophomore and Junior Assemblies, Ofiice Assistant '55-'56. BENNATT, WILLIAM-Business Education and Industrial Arts. Reserve Track, Intramural Swimming, Pep Club. BENNETT, DAVE-College Entrance and Business Education. Swing Band '54-'56, Sr. Band '53-'56, Orchestra '53-'56, Hi-Y. Lincoln Christian Fellowship, Sportsmen's Club Representative '55-'56, BERGER. NEIL J.-College Entrance. Honor Society Vice-Presi- dent '55-'56, Sportsmen's Clvb Welfare Chairman '55-'56, Lin- coln Christian Fellowshiu '55-'56, Hi-Y, Band, C0-Chairman for the Lincoln Day Activities '56, Vocational Conference Guide, Sportsme-n's Club Representative '54-'55, Student Congress at P.L.C., Pep Club. BERGQUIST, RONALD A.-Brsiness Education. Student Leader '54-'56, Reserve Swimming. Forestry Club, Band '53-'56, Sen- ate Representative. Lincoln Christian Fellowship. Ill BERINGER. ANETA JANE-Business Education. A Cappella Choir Robe Chairman '54-'56, Secretary '55-'56, Christmas Ves- pers '53-'55, "Trial by Jury," Sophomore and Junior Assemblies, Band Secretary '55-'56, A Cappella Choir '53-'56, BERINGER, YVONNE-Business Education. BERRY, LINDA-College Entrance. Future Nurses Club '53-'55 Red Cross Representative. BLESS, LINDAJANE-Business Education and College Entrance. Senate Representative '53-'54, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, Honor So- ciety '54-'55, Rolling Railsplitters '53-'54, Girls Glee '53-'56, Christmas Vespers '53, Spring Concert '54. BOLDUC, CAROLE-Business Education. Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55. BOTLEY. LEONARDO.-General. Senate Representative '54-'55. Band. BOULTON. MARY-College Entrance. Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'56, Three Year Pin Winner, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, MarKetts '55, Honor Society, Representative to Girls' Club. Girls State '55. BOYLE. LYLE G.-College Entrance. Ice Skating Club, Forestry Club. BOZICH. JOHN-College Entrance. Sophomore Basketball, Re- scrve Basketball, Intramural Basketball '53-'55, Lettermen's Club, Bowling Club. BRANCHICK, RUTH-Business Education. Lincoln Christian Fel- lowship. Historian '54-'55, Christmas Vespers '53-'56, A Cappella Choir '55-'56. BRASSEY, BARBARA A.-College Entrance and Business Edu- cation. BRAY, SHERRIE-College Entrance. Ice Skating Club Secretary, Takolah '55-'56, Retailers Club, Ice Skating Club '54-'56. BREMNER, DIANE-Business Education. Girls' Intramural Sports '54-'55, Senate Representative '53-'54, Bowling Club '55-'56, Pep Club '54-'56, Takolah '54-'56, Rolling Railsplitters '55-'56, Girls' Club Award. Red Cross Representative '54-'55, Office Assistant '55-'56. BRENDEN, MARY ELLEN-College Entrance. Marcetta Ki '54-'56. Takolah '53-'54, Rifle Club '53-'54, Honor Society '53-'56, Ice Skating Club '55-'56, Ski Club '55-'56. BREWER, LOREN-College Entrance. Forestry Club, Sophomore Football Manager. Sportsman's Club Representative, Senior Class Play. BROWN. ROBERT D.-College Entrance. Honor Society, Rifle Club, Sophomore Basbetball, Intramural Basketball Captain. Three Man Basketball '55-'56, Sportsman's Club Representative. Student Congress at P.L.C.. Pep Club. BRUNER, EDWIN-College Entrance. BRUNS, BETTY JO-College Entrance. Takolah '53-'54, Marcetta Ki '54-'55. BRUNS. LOIS MARIE-College Entrance. Girls' Club Represen- tative '54-'55. Takolah '53-'54, BUCKBERGER, KAY-College Entrance. Girls' Choir President '54--'55, Red Cross Representative, Marcetta Ki, Ice Skating Club. BUCKLIN, JEAN W.-College Entrance and Business Education, Lincoln News Editor. Lincolnian Staff, Honor Society, Quill and Scroll. Marcetta Ki, MarKetts. Torch Pin Winner. BUCKNER, LORETTA JUNE-College Entrance. Future Nurses Club '53-'55. Secretary '54-'55, Vice-President '55-'56, Lincoln Letter Lassies '53-'55, Rifle Club '53-'54, Honor Society '53-'56. BURNETT, ROSALEE-Business Education. Rolling Railsplitters '54-'55, Girls' Club Representative '54-'55. BURNWORTH, FRANZ L.-College Entrance. Lincoln Christian Fellowship '53-'56, Band '53-'56, Red Cross Reprensentative '55-'56 BURR, BEVERLY-Business Education. Pep Club. Usherette Club. Christmas Vespers '53-'54. BUSSARD. NORA DAWN-Business Education. Health Center Assistant '54-'55, Bowling Club '56, BUTTS. MARIETTA LOUISE-College Entrance, Art Club '54-'56, President '55-'56, Senate Representative '54-'55, Girls' Club Representative '55-'56, Lincoln News Staff, Library '55-'56. Senior Class Play. BUTTZ, SUSAN ALICE-Business Education. Senate Representa- tive '54-'55, Pep Club '53-'55, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55, Takolah '54-'56, CAILLIER, DOROTHY LEONA-Business Education. Lincoln Let- ter Lassies '54-'56, Sports Manager '55-'56, Takolah '53-'56, In- ter-Club Representative '54-'55, General Chairman '55-'56, Girls' Intramural Sports '53-'55. CAMPBELL, LOIS LORRENE-College Entrance. Yell Duchess '55-'56, Future Nurses Club, Rolling Railsplitters, Takolah, Pep Clutbnslce Skating Club. Christmas Vespers '53, Spring Con- cer . . CARNS, BILLIE ANNE-College Entrance. Girls' Intramural Sports. Senate Representative '54-'55, Sr. Class Play Reading Committee. Rolling Railsplitters, Junior Red Cross Representa- tive '53-'56, Senior Class Play. CARNS, TOM-General. Forestry Club President '55-'56, Sopho- more Basketball. Senate Representative '54, Lincoln Christian Fellowship, Debate. P.L.C. Student Congress Delegate. Senior Class Play. ltr W :N , 4 3 i 5 t XX 'ft W' is l N., Q 'rar WENT Ear-f ll was M. if . in CASSIDY, JIM-Industrial Arts. CAVANAH, DAVID-College Entrance. Quill and Scroll, Lincoln News Co-Feature Editor. CI-IATELLE, ARLIENE-Business Education. Rolling Railsplitters, Bowling Club. CHRISTENSEN, DUANE-College Entrance. A.S.L, President. Secretary of State of Evergreen Boys' Statei President of First Northwest Regional Student Leadership Training Conference, Sttudent Congress at P.L.C., Hi-Y Conference. Sr. Band. Hi-Y Chaplain, Lincoln Christian Fellowship, Vice President '54-'55, Bowling Club, Pep Club, Honor Society. Torch Pin Winner, Sportsmen's Club Representative, College Conference Secretary, Vocational Conference Guide, Afliliation Committee, Track Manager '55, Senior Class Play. CHRISTIANSEN, JANET-Business Education. Marcetta Ki '54- '56. MarKetts '55, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'56, Takolah '54-'56, Vespers '53-'54-'55, Girls' Club Representative '55-'56. CLARK, JAMES ROBERT-Business Education and Industrial Arts. Camera Club '55-'56, Sergeant-at-Arms, Varsity Football Manager '54. CLIFFORD. GAIL-Business Education. Girls' Glee, Jr. Choir. CLIFFORD, SALLY-Business Education and College Entrance. Senate Representative '54-'55, Rolling Railsplitters, Red Cross Representative. CLUCHEY, SANDRA L.-General. Retailers Club '55-'56, Christ- mas Vespers '53-'54, Spring Concert '53-'54, CLUBB, H. CARI,-Industrial Arts. A Cappella Choir. Vice Pres- ident, Section Leader. Sophomore Football. Christmas Vespers '54-'55, "Trial by Jury." COLBO, BARBARA JOYCE-Business Education. Girls' Club Newspaper Editor '55-'56, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55, Pep Club '53-'54, Ski Club '54-'56, Takolah '53, Christmas Vespers '54. COLOGEROU, CAROL ANN--Business Education. COOK, DENNIS B.-College Entrance. Lettermen's Club. Secre- tary. Varsity Football '53-'55, Varsity Track '53-'55, Hi-Y, Af- filiation Committee. COOK, THOMAS--College Entrance. Intramural Swimming '54, Sophomore Basketball '54, Reserve Track '55, Retailers Club. COOLEY, WILLIAM EDWARD--Industrial Arts. Sophomore Foot- ball, Sophomore Basketball, Ice Skating Club '54-'56. Ski Club '55. COOTES. JOANNE SUNNY-College Entrance. Girls' Club Vice- President '55-'56, Takolah B President '55-'56, Captain of Soph- omore Girls Swim Team, Senate Representative. Aqua Maids '53-'55, Ski Club '54-'56, Rifle Club. Marcetta Ki '54-'56, Pep Club, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55, Student Leader '54-'56, Christmas Vespers '54, Red Cross Representative '55-'56, CORBIN, BONADENE C.-College Entrance. Future Nurses Club. ship, Camera Club. Usherettes, Art Club, El Charro Club. Lincoln Christian Fellow- CORNISI-I, TODD E.-College Entrance, Sophomore Basketball. Reserve Basketball, Decathlon '53-'55, Senate Representative '53-'55, Rifle Club, Forestry Club '55, Sportsmen's Club Repre- sentative '55, CRESS, JANICE F.--General. Ice Skating Club. Rolling Rail- splitters. CRITENDEN, NANCY DOREEN-Business Education. Girls' Club Representative, CUMMINGS, CONNIE R.-College Entrance, Business Education. Girls Intramural Sports, El Charro Club, Rolling Railsplitters, Red Cross Representative, CUMMINGS, ROY M.--College Entrance. Senior Class President, Band President '55-'56, Hi-Y Vice President. '55-'56, Senate Representative, Band. Orchestra, Trumpet Trio, All Northwest Music Conference '55, Boys State, Band Letter Winner '55. DARNELL, EDITH-College Entrance. Lincoln Christian Fellow- ship '55-'56, Future Nurses Club, '53-'56, Forestry Club. DAVIS, MARILYN R.--Business Education. Takolah A Vice Pres- ident '54-'55, Girls' Intramural Sports, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'56, Pep Club, Rifle Club, Girls' Club Representative. Daf- fodil Float Committee. DEGREEF, DON-Business Education. Varsity Swimming '54-'56, Forestry Club. Lettermen's Club, DEMARS, JANET-College Entrance, Takolah B Chaplain, Stu- dent Leader '54-'56, Girls' Club Representative, Senior Class Play Reading Committee. DERGAN, ROBERT L.-General. Track '54. Intramural Wrestling, Lettermen's Club '55-'56, Bowling Club '54, Orchestra. Band, Senior Class Play. DERTITIS, DARYLL-College Entrance. Sportsmen's Club Repre- sentative. DEVISH, JOE--College Entrance. Senior Representative to Coun- cil, Sophomore Class Vice-President, Hi-Y Secretary '55-'56, Swimming '54-'56, Band '53-'56, Band Council, Orchestra '53- '56. Senate Representative '55-'56, Band Letter Winner '55, Trumpet Trio '54-'56. DINEHART, JIMMY-Industrial Arts. Lunchroom Helper '53-'55. DOANE, FRED-Industrial Arts. Sophomore Basketball, Intra- mural Sports, Sportsmen's Club Representative, Lincoln News Staff. DOANE ,TOM F.--General, Senate Representative. Band. Or- chestra, Boy's Glee. Retailers Club, Rifle Club, Northwest Music Conference Delegate. 'll DONLON, LINDA JOANNE-College Entrance. Orchestra Treas- urer '55-'56. Senate Representative '53-'55, Lincoln 'Letter Las- sies '54-'55, Rifle Club '53-'55, Honor Society '53-'55, Christmas Vespers '53-'55, "Trial by Jury," Orchestra '53-'56, Lincolnian Day Assembly Co-Chairman. DONLON, TERRANCE E.-College Entrance. Orchestra Treasurer '54-'55, Senate Representative '54-'55, Honor Society, Sophomore Assembly, College Conference Secretary, "Trial by Jury," Christmas Vespers. DOUGLAS, WILLIAM--General. Sophomore Football '53, Reserve Football '54-'55. DOVE, RAY-College Entrance. Water Polo '55, Rifle Club '54-'56, Tyro Rifle Team '54-'55, Forestry Club '55-'56, Senior Class Play. DUNLAP. DENNIS VV.--Industrial Arts. Rifle Club '55-'56. Boys' Glee Club '54-'56. DURKEE, JOHN-College Entrance. Varsity Tennis. ECKSTEIN, RONALD-Industrial Arts. EGGERT, JOYCE MAE-College Entrance. EICHORN, RICHARD F,--General. Forestry Club. ELLIOTT, JUNE J.-Business Education. Pep Club '53-'56, Ta- kolah '53-'56, Ski Club '53-'54, Retailers Club '55-'56. ELLISON, RON A.-Industrial Arts. Rifle Club '54-'56, Tyro Rifle Club '54-'55, Safety Patrol '53-'54. Boys' Glee '55-'56. ENSTROM, AL-College Entrance. ERNST. BOB R.-General. Forestry Club '55-'56. EVENSON, BETTY J.--Business Education. Takolah '54-'56, Ta- kolah E Program Chairman '55-'56. Ice Skating Club. Retailers Club, Assistant Editor on D.E. Newspaper, Student Leader '54- '55, Girls Club '53-'55. EWELL, EGENE KENNETH-General, Varsity Swimming, De- cathlon. EYRES. WILLIAM-College Entrance. Camera Club, Lincolnian Staff '54-'56, Photographer '55-'56. Lincoln News Business Staff. Quill and Scroll, Senior Class Play. FALLON, EILEEN M.-College Entrance and Art. Girls' Intra- mural Sports, Aquamaids, Takolah, Ice Skating Club, Senior Class Play, FATLAND, MARYLS E.-College Entrance. Girls' Intramural Sports. Red Cross Representative, Takolah, Pep Club, Bowling Club, Rolling Railsplitters, El Charro Club, A Cappella Choir, Girls' Glee. FERRIS, JOHN W.-Industrial Arts. FETTE, PAT-College Entrance. Ice Skating Club, Girls Club Rep- resentative. FINN, ROGER N.-General. FISHER, JANICE M.-College Entrance. Junior Class Secretary, Senior Class Secretary, Girls' Intramural Sports '53-'54, Senate Representative, Girls' Club Representative, Rifle Club '53-'54, Future Nurses Club, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, Christmas Vespers '53, Daffodil Float Chairman '55, Ski Club '55-'56, Senior Class Play Reading Committee, Room Committee, Senior Ball Commit- tee '56, FLATTUM, GORDON H.-College Entrance. Senate Representa- tive '53-'56, Sportsmen's Club Vice-President '55-'56, Sopho- more Football, Reserve Wrestling '53-'54. Varsity Golf, '54-'56, Lettermen's Club '54-'56, Hi-Y '55-'56, Senior Class Plav, FLOM, PAUL-Industrial Arts. Sophomore Football, Ice Skating Club, Audio Visual, Stage Crew. FRELIN, DALE J.-College Entrance. FRITTS, SHARON-College Entrance. Marcetta Ki Head Major- ette '55-'56, Senate Representative '53-'54, Girls' Club Repre- sentative, Marcetta Ki Majorette '54-'55, Rifle Club '53-'54, Pep Club '53-'55, Takolah '54-'55, Ice Skating Club '54-'55, Rolling Railsplitters '54-'55, Ski Club '55-'56, Girls Intramural Sports '53-'54, Senior Class Play. FROELICH, LAUANA-Business Education. FROM, CAROL JEAN-Business Education. Takolah '54-'55, Pep Club '53-'54, Beginning Girls' Glee '53, Advanced Girls' Glee '54, Lincoln News Business Staff Bookkeeper '55-'56, Christ- mas Vespers '53-'54. FUNKLEY, RICHARD A.-Industrial Arts. GAC, MELVINA-College Entrance. Takolah '54, Girls' Club Rep- resentative '54-'55, Ski Club '55-'56. Pep Club '55, Forestry Club '55, Marcetta Ki '55-'56. GAISFORD, SHARON LEE--College Entrance, Girls' Club Wel- fare Chairman '55, Girls' Club Representative to Council '56, Lincoln Letter Lassies '55, Ski Club '55-'56. Forestry Club '56, Pep Club '54-'55, Honor Society '54, Retailers Club '55-'56. Girls' State, Marcetta Ki '55, Student Leader '55, Ice Skating Club 56. GATES, FRANCIS CAROLYN-College Entrance. Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'56, Future Nu1'ses Club '54-'56, Lincoln News Staff, Pep Club, '54-'55, Lincoln Christian Fellowship, Three Year Pin Winner, Lincolnian Staff, Quill and Scroll. '75 1 We GEER, JUANITA ROSANN-College Entrance. Sophomore Class Treasurer, Student Leader '54-'55, Lincolnian Staff '54-'55, Lin- colnian Girls' Sports Editor, Retailers Club Secretary-Treasurer, Retailers Club. Bowling Club '53-'54. Marcetta Ki '54-'55, Ta- kolah '54-'55, Sophomore and Junior Assemblies. GELSTIN, RICHARD S.-Industrial Arts. Stage Crew '54-'56. GIBB, PATT M.-College Entrance. Lincoln Letter Lassies '54- '55, Senate Representative '55-'56, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, Mar- Ketts '56, Takolah '54-'56, Ski Club '54-'56, Future Nurses Club. Pep Club '53-'56, Student Leader, Honor Society. GIBSON, SYLVIA C.-Business Education. Song Queen '55-'56, Takolah '54-'56, Retailers Club '55-'56, Girls Intramural Sports '53-'54, Marcetta Ki '54-'55, Band Secretary. GLADWELL, PAT-Business Education. Girls' Club Corresponding Secretary '54-'55, Recording Secretary '55-'56, Takolah '53-'56, Interclub Representative '54-'55, President of Takolah A '55- '56, Marcetta Ki '54-'55, Majorette '55-'56, Ski Club Setretary '55-'56, Pep Club, Vespers, Mistletolo Committee '53-'54, Girls Glee '54-'55, Sophomore Assembly. GLASTETTER, HOWARD H.-College Entrance. Student Leader, Rolling Railsplitters, Rifle Club. Retailers Club. GLOVER, BILL R.-College Entrance. Senior Class Treasurer. Ski Club, Senior Class Play Reading Committee, Forestry Club. Senior Ball Committee, Senior Brunch Committee. GOFF, JOHN--General. GOLDEN, LINDA GOODWIN, KENNETH G.-Industrial Arts. GORDON, DONNA LEE-General. A Cappella Choir '54-'56, Li- brarian '55-'56, Takolah '53-'54, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'56. Honor Society '53-'56, Christmas Vespers '53-'56, Trial by Jury and Liberaski '55, Rifle Club '53-'55, Torch Pin Winner '56. GORDON, RICHARD M.-College Entrance. Reserve Football '53-'54, Baseball Manager '53-'55, Sportsmen's Club Represen- tative '54-'56, GRANT, CLARA JANE-College Entrance. Takolah B Secretary '53-'54, Program Chairman '54-'55, Vice President '55-'56, Sen- ate Representative '54-'55. Rifle Club '53-'54, Honor Society '53- '56, Torch Pin Winner, Pep Club '53-'54, Senior Class Play. GREGG, BEVERLY-Business Education. Takolah '54-'55, Or- chestra '53-'56, Girls Club Representative '55-'56, Spring and Winter Concerts '53-'56, GUELFY, JUDY RAE-College Entrance. Girls Club President '55-'56, Girls Club Treasurer '54-'55, Girls Club Representative '53-'54, Takolah A Program Chairman '54-'55, Takolah A Inter- Club Representative '55-'56, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55, Vice- President '55-'56, Mistletolo Co-Chairman '54, Marcetta Ki '54- '55, Senate Representative, Sophomore Assembly, Ski Club, Student Leader, Pep Club, Lincolnian Staff, Leadership Con- ference '55. GUSTAFSON, GAIL-College Entrance. Senate Representative, Girls Club Representative, Red Cross Representative '55-'56, Takolah '54-'56, Pep Club '54-'55, Orchestra '54-'55. Girls Choir '54, Vespers '54, Spring Concert, Senior Class Play, HAGEN, MICHAEL L.-College Entrance. Rifle Club '53-'54, Rifle Team '53-'54, Hi-Y '54-'56. HAGEN, ROBERT WILLIAM-Business Education and College Entrance. Retailers Club, Historian. HAGEN, SONJA JOAN-College Entrance. Takolah '54-'56. HAGERTY, RICHARD G.-College Entrance. Intramural Basket- ball '54-'55, Sportsmen's Club Representative '54-'55, Lincoln Christian Fellowship '53-'55, Band '53-'56, Orchestra '54-'56, Lincoln News Staff '55-'56. HALL, CAROL LEE-College Entrance. Retailers Club, Sergeant- at-Arms, Senate Representative. Toastmasters Club, Debate Team. HALLEN, CYNTHIA A.-Business Education. Takolah C Treasur- er '53-'54, Takolah '54-'56, Band Majorette. HALLIS, ELAINE-College Entrance. Girls' Club Treasurer '55- '56, Pep Club '53-'54, Ski Club '53-'54, Takolah '53-'56. HAMEL. DARLINE D.-Business Education. A Cappella Choir '54-'55, Choir Robe Chairman, Pep Club '54-'55, Operetta. HAMMOND, JEAN J.-General. Girls' Intramural Sports, Mar- cetta Ki '54--'55. HANCOCK, EDWIN LOREN-College Entrance. Football, Basket- ball, Boys' Glee. HARDING, JACK-General. Wrestling, Two-Year Letterman, Lettermen's Club. Student Leader. HARPER, HARRY J.-Art, Varsity Football '54-'55, Co-Captain '55, Lettermen's Club, Track Team. Sergeant-at-Arms of Let- termen's Club, Art Club, Forestry Club. HARRIS, SALLY JO-Business Education. Pep Club '53-'54. HASKINS, GEORGE-Forestry Club, Intramural Swimming, Rifle Club. HAUGE, HAROLD LEROY-College Entrance. Yell King '55-'56, Yell Duke '54-'55, Pep Staff Representative to Council, Pep Club Vice President '55-'56, Hi-Y, Treasurer '55-'56, Sophomore Foot- ball, Senate Representative, Ski Club '54-'56, Band '53-'55, B0y's State. HECK, PATRICIA K.-Business Education and College Entrance. Mistletoe Committee Chairman '55, Takolah '54-'56, Marcetta Ki '54-'56. Z3 HEDMAN, HARVEY-Industrial Arts. Wrestling, Rifle Club, For- estry Club. HEEMSTRA, LEE ANN-College Entrance. Senate Representative '54-'55, Pep Club '53-'54, Future Nurses Club '53-'56. IIEMMINGER, SALLY-College Entrance. Takolah '53-'56, Vice President '55--'56, Camera Club '55-'56, Girls Club Representa- tive '55-'56, Band '54-'55, Christmas Vespers '53-'55, Winter Concert '55. HENRY, RUTH MARIE-Business Education. Girls' Club Repre- sentative '54-'55. Usherettes President '55-'56. HERITAGE. DAVID-Industrial Arts. Forestry Club, Stage Crew, Rifle Club. HERSHEY. DALE-College Entrance, Sophomore Basketball, Var- sity Tennis, Hi-Y, Retailers Club. HESS, BOB L.--College Entrance. Sophomore Basketball and Football. HIBBEN, DOROTHY E.-College Entrance. Band Secretary- Treasurer '55-'56, Ski Club '54-'55, Band '53-'56, Orchestra '53- '56, Honor Society '55-'56. Spring and Winter Concerts '53-'56, Christmas Vespers '53-'55. IIILDEBRAND, LOREN-College Entrance, A.S.L. Commission- er of Finance, Vice-President of Bowling Club, Sophomore Football, Reserve Basketball Manager '54-'55, Varsity Basket- ball Manager '55-'56, Varsity Tennis '55-'56, Senate Represen- tative '53-'55, Honor Society '54-'56, Bowling Club '53-'56, Rifle Club, Sophomore Assembly, Boys' State, U. of W. Leadership Conference, College Conference Secretary, Sportsme-n's Club Representative, Dackel Staff. HOARD, JAMES--College Entrance. Senior Class Vice President. Senate Representative, Honor Society '54-'56, Pep Club '55-'56, Junior Assembly, College Conference Guide, Sportsmen's Club Representative, Lincoln Day Assembly Committee, Senior Class Play. HOCHKINS, BOB D.-College Entrance. Intramural Sports. HOFFMAN, JEAN A.-College Entrance and Business Education. Lincolnian Activities Editor '55-'56, Lincoln News Staff '55-'56, Pep Club Poster Chairman '55-'56, Quill and Scroll '55-'56, Honor Society '54-'56, Torch Pin Winner. Dackel Staff, Bowl- ing Club, Rolling Railsplitters '53-'55. IIOGARTH, JOHN W.-College Entrance. Intramural Sports. Rifle Club '53-'55. HOGLUND, EUGENE-College Entrance. Sophomore Football, Track '53, Reserve Football '55, Rifle Club, Sportsmen's Club Representative '53-'54, Ski Club '55-'56, Forestry Club. HOGLUND, TED-Industrial Arts. Rifle Club. HOLLER. LAWRENCE-Industrial Arts, Stage Crew, Boys' Glee '53-'56. HOLMES, VICTOR-College Entrance. Swimming, Hi-Y, Student Leader. I-IOLT, DAVE-College Entrance. Track '54-'55, Ski Club '55-'56, Rifle Club '55, Forestry Club '55-'56. HOLTORF, SHARON-Business Education. Marcetta Ki Presi- dent '55-'56, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, MarKetts '56, Takolah Secre- tary '54-'55, Pep Club '54-'55, Ski Club '54-'55, Rifle Club '53-'54. HOLYCROSS, JUDY ANN-College Entrance. Usherettes '53-'56, Takolah. HOMIER. DAVID J.--Industrial Arts. Reserve Football and Baseball. HORNECKER, LADELL-Business Education. Lincoln Christian Fellowship '53-'56, Band '53-'56. HORR, DOLORES-Business Education, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, Mar- Ketts '56, Takolah. Senior Class Play. HUGHEY, ROGER IRWIN, JOANN M.--College Entrance. Aquamaids '55-'56, Pep Club '53-'56, Takolah '53-'56, Ski Club '53-'56, Marcetta Ki Majorette '55-'56, Girls Swimming Team. IRWIN, LARRY-Industrial Arts. IVERSON, ARDEEN CLYDE-College Entrance. Varsity Basket- ball '54-'56, Two-Year Intramural Instructor, Lettermen's Club, Forestry Club. IVERSON, PATTY SUE-Business Education. Band Majorette '55- '56, Ski Club '53-'56, Senate Representative '53, Takolah '53- '56. Pep Club '53-'56, Ice Skating Club '55-'56, Bowling Club '55-'56, Sophomore Assembly, Christmas Vespers '53-'55, Spring Concert '54-'55. JACKMAN, DAVID R.-College Entrance. Sophomore Football, Sophomore and Varsity Track, Senate Representative '55-'56, Senior Class Play. JAKLE. VALERIE-Business Education. Takolah B Vice Presi- dent '54-'55, Rifle Club '53-'54, Takolah '53-'55. JANGARD MELVIN H.--College Entrance. Red Cross Represen- tative '55-'56. Forestry Club, Hi-Y '55-'56. JANSON, BARBARA JEAN-College Entrance. Future Nurses Club, Pep Club, Usherettes. Health Center Assistant. Red Cross Representative, Girls' Club Representative, Girls Glee. 24 'W tif ' if-is W A JENNINGS, ZONA G.--College Entrance. Orchestra Secretary '55-'56, Lincoln Christian Fellowship President '55-'56, Lincoln Letter Lassies, Senate Representative '54, Orchestra '53-'56, All Northwest Band '55, Jr. Red Cross Pierce County Chapter Pres- ident, Girls Club Representative '55. JENSEN, JEANETTE-Business Education. Pep Club '53-'55, Mar- cetta Ki '54-'56, MarKetts '56, Takolah '55-'56, Girls' Glee, A Cappella Choir '55-'56, Christmas Vespers '53-'55, Winter Con- cert '54-'56, Formal Concert '54-'56. JENSEN, WENDELL-Industrial Art. Senate Representative. JEZEK, GARY L.-College Entrance. President of Lincoln Hi-Y '55-'56, Varsity Football '53-'55, Reserve Basketball '53, Track. Decathlon Winner '55-'56, Lettermen's Club, Ski Club '54-'56, Boys' State, Hi-Y Football Night '54-'55, Sportsman's Club Rep- resentative. All City Hi-Y Council, Afhliations Committee. JOHNSON, CONNIE-College Entrance. Sefretarv of Bowling Club, Secretary of Pep Club '55-'56, Pep Club '54-'56, Bowling Club '54-'56, Takolah, Ski Club '55-'56, Christmas Vespers '53- '54, Junior Assembly '54-'55, Senior Assembly, Senate Repre- sentative '55, Ice Skating Club. JOHNSON, GERALDINE-Business Education. Bowling Club '54- '55, Junior Red Cross Council '53-'56, JOHNSON, JAMES-College Entrance. JOHNSON, JILLETTE-Business Education. Pep Club, Rolling Railsplitters. JOHNSON, NANCY MARIE--College Entrance. Orchestra Presi- dent '55-'56, Secretary '54-'55, Aquamaids '53, Honor Society, Torch Pin Winner, Debate '55-'56, Orchestra '55-'56, U.N. Pil- grimage Candidate, String Quartet '53-'56, National Merit Scholarship Test, College and Vocational Conferences, Lincoln Day Assembly Committee. JOHNSON, ALBERT DUANE--General. JONES, JANICE LOUISE-College Entrance. Future Nurses Club. Social Program Chairman '55-'56, After School Sports '53-'54, Representative to Girls Club '54-'55, Marcetta Ki '54-56, Pep Club '55-'56, Honor Society '54-'55, MarKetts '55-'56, JORGENSEN, SHIRLEY ANN-College Entrance. Girls intramu- ral Sports '54, Future Nurses Club '54-'56, Pep Club '54, Ta- kolah '55-'56, Honor Society '56, Girls Club Representative. Jr. T.B. Board Vice-President, Health Center Assistant, Affilia- tion Committee '55. JOYCE, DAPHNE ELAINE--College Entrance. Takolah C. Sec- retary '54, Program Chairman '55, Vice-President '56, Pep Club '55-'56, Ice Skating Club '54-'55, Campus Representative to Wally's Hi-Jinks TV Show, Senate Representative. JOCYNICER, CONNIE JEAN-Business Education. Debate Club, Pep lu . KAGELER, JEAN B.-Business Education. Usherettes Club, Red Cross Representative, Clerical Assistant. KALIVAS, JOHN-College Entrance. Reserve Football '54, Var- sity Track '53-'56, Sportsmen's Club Representative '54-'55, Hi- Y '54-'56, Lettermen's Club '55-'56, Football Night Co-Chair- man '55. KALLESTAD, KAY S.-College Entrance. Senate Representative '53-'54, Girls' Club Representative '55-'56, Girls' Choir Secre- tary '53-'54, Christmas Vespers '54-'55, Future Nurses Club. Lincoln Christian Fellowship. KARST, CHUCK F.-College Entrance. Sophomore Football and Basketball, Reserve Basketball, Varsity Tennis '53-'56, Letter- men's Club, l-Ii-Y, Sportsmen's Club Representative. KATKANSKY, STANLEY-College Entrance. Rifle Club '53-'56, Reserve Rifle Team '54-'55, Varsity Rifle Team '55-'56. KELLER. GORDON H.-College Entrance, KELLER, JOYCE GAIL-College Entrance. Senate Representative '54-'55, Honor Society '53-'56, Pep Club '55-'56, Ice Skating Club, Usherettes, Girls' Glee, Christmas Vespers, Lincoln Christian Fellowship. KELLEY, DREYLON-Business Education. KELLY, GAII.--College Entrance. Takolah '55-'56, Pep Club '54- '55, Lincoln News Business Staff, Ski Club '55-'56. KILCUP, ELIZABETH LORRAINE-Business Education. Senate Representative '54, KIRBY, FLORENCE E.-College Entrance. Takolah B. Program Chairman '55-'56, Scholarship Chairman '55, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55, Honor Society '54-'56, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, Mar- Ketts '55, Girls State, Lincoln Day Assembly '56, KIRK, WILLIAM R.-College Entrance. Sophomore Football, In tramural, Reserve and Varsity Swimming, Forestry Club. KIRMSE, LINDA RAE-Business Education. Sophomore Class Secretary, Takolah C Secretary '53-'54, Treasurer '54-'55, Rifle Club '53-'55, Pep Club '53-'56, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, MarKetts '55-'56, Sophomore Assembly, Sophomore Dance Committee. KITTO, RUSS-College Entrance. KNOLL. DICK-Industrial Arts. KORD, LLOYD-Industrial Arts. KRAMER, JOAN M.-College Entrance. Pep Club. KROENING, BEVERLY RUTH-College Entrance. A Cappella Choir. Section Leader '55-'56, Honor Society '54-'56, Torch Pin Winner, Madrigal Group, Christmas Vespers '54-'55, "Trial by Jury," Affiliation Committee '55. 25 KUCHENMEISTER. JOSETTE-Business Education. Takolah B President '54-'55. Takolah '53-'56, Girls' Intramural Sports '53-'55, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, MarKetts '56, Rifle Club '53-'54. LAMBERSON. GALE D.-College Entrance. Senate Representa- ti Je '54, Ice Skating Club '53-'56, Vocational Conference Guide, College Conference Secretary, Girls' Club Representative '53-'54, LAROQUE, FRED--College Entrance. A Cappella Choir, Choir Ensemble. Christmas Vespers '53-'55, "Trial by Jury," Spring Concerts '54-'56, Boys' Double Quartet '54. LARSON, LYNN-College Entrance. Intramural Basketball. Re- serve and Varsity Basketball, Varsity Golf '54-'56, Hi-Y, Ice Skattmg Club, Bowling Club, Lettermen's Club, Senate Repre- sen ative. LARUE, JOYCE-Business Education. A Cappella Choir, Christ- mas Vespers '53-'55, "Trial by Jury." LAUTERMILCH, PATRICIA J.-General. Yell Queen '55-'56, Aquamaids Treasurer '54-'55. Takolah Vice President '54-'55, Interclub Representative '55-'56, Girls Club Recording Secre- tary '54-'55, Senate Representative '53-'54, Pep Club, Ski Club '55-'56, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55, Girls Club Representa- tive, Christmas Vespers, Girls' Swimming Team '54-'56. LAVENDER, CAROL-College Entrance. Takolah, Ski Club, Pep Club, Girls Club Representative. LEBEAU, GAIL ELAINE-College Entrance. Ski Club Treasurer '55-'56, Takolah C Secretary '55-'56, Senate Representative, Lin- colnian Exchange Editor. Girls' Club Representative, Girls' Glee '55-'56, Pep Club '54-'56, Girls Intramural Sports '54, Christmas Vespers '55, Daffodil Float Committee. LEE, BRANDARD E.--College Entrance. LEFOR, DORIS-Business Education. President of Bowling Club '55-'56, Girls' Intramural Sports '53-'54, Pep Club '53-'55, Rifle Club '53-'54, Red Cross Representative. LEINGANG, KENNETH-College Entrance. LERAY, ROGER.-College Entrance. Rifle Club '53-'54, Forestry Club '55. LESNIAK. JAMES-College Entrance. Rifle Club. LESNICK, STANLEY FRED-College Entrance. Intramural Bas- ketball '53-'55. LEWELLYN, DARLENE J.-Business Education. Rolling Rail- splitter President, Pep Club '53-'54, Rolling Railsplitters, Girls Club Representative, Honor Society, Marcetta Kl '54, LEWIS, ALICE G.-Business Education. Secretary of El Charro Club '55-'56, LIEN, JAMES M.-General. Forestry Club. LINDSKOG, PHYLLIS D.-College Entrance. Jr. Choir, Rifle Club '53, Rolling Railsplitters '55, Takolah '54-'55, Spring Con- cert '51, Christmas Vespers '54-'55, Lincoln Letter Lassies, Win- ter Conc-:rl '54, Senior Class Play Reading Committee. LIPP. ROBERT LITTLE, PA'1'-Business Education and College Entrance. Lin- toln Letter Lassies '53-'55. Bowling Club '55-'56, Takolah, Red Cross Riprescntative '53-'54. LONG, BARRY .l.--General. Sophomore Swimming, Baseball. Ice S ating Club, Jr. Band. LOVGREN, LEONARD-Industrial Arts. Forestry Club, Rifle Club LOWMAN, BILL-Industrial Arts. LUCHINO, FRED-General. Ski Club '55-'56, Boys' Glee '55-'56, Christxias Vespers '55, Jr. Choir. '56. LUDGATE, CATHERINE-College Entrance. A Cappella Choir Treasurer, Lincoln Letter Lassies, Girls Club Representative '55-'56, Takolah '51-'55, Christmas Vespers '54-'55, Spring Con- 'rt '54, Winter Concert '54, Rifle Club '53-'54, Senior Class Play. LUNUAHL, RICHARD--College Entrance. Sportsmen's Club Rep- rescnLative, Sport.sm:n's Clt.b. Wrestling. LUNDELL, BERTHA B.-Ggncral. Girls' Intramural Sports. LUST, KAREN K.--Business Education and Music. A Cappella Choir 'Sl-'56, Senate Rcprescntative, Pep Club, Takolah, Song Queen '55-'56, Ski Club, Christmas Vespers '53-'55, "Trial by Jury," Retailers Club, Editor of Distributive Education News- paper. LUTON. BRAD-College Entrance. Band. MADDEN, JAMES D.-College Entrance. Rifle Club Range Officer '51-'55. Senate Representative '54-'55. Rifle Club '53-'55, Rolling Railsplitters '53-'56, Bowling Club '53-'55. MALACKY, SUSAN LYNN-College Entrance. Takolah E Treas- urer '55-'56, Di5tributi.e Education Paper Feature Editor, Sen- ate Representative '53-'51, Takolah '53-'56, Marcetta Ki '54-'56. Ski Club '55-'56 Rifle Club '53-'54, Retailers Club '55-'56, News Business Staff '54-'55 Darkel Staff. Psp Club, Sophomore and Junior Assemblies, Lincolnian Staff '56, Daffodil Committee '55. MANTEUFEL. TED-College Entrance. I-li-Y Sergeant-at-Arms, Reserve Football, Varsity Football, Sophomore Basketball, Ski Club. Letterman's Club, Retailers Club, Boys' Glee, Forestry Club. 26 .va ,tv- 3 W! MARGESON, WALDINE C.-Business Education. Takolah A Vice President '55-'56, Song Queen '55-'56, Pep Club '53-'56, Christ- mas Vespers '53, Spring Concert '53, Mid-Winter Concert '53, Honor Society '53-'54, Girls' Intramural Sports '53-'54. MARINIG, ELAINE A.-College Entrance. Lincoln Letter Lassies President '55-'56, Takolah A Treasurer '54-'55, Takolah A Pro- gram Chairman '55-'56, Lincoln News Sports Editor, Lincolnian Classes Editor, Senate Representative '55, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, Three Year Pin Winner, Quill and Scroll, Student Leader, Sen- ate Secretary '56. MARKERT, MARILYN B.-College Entrance. Senate Representa- tive '54-'55, A Cappella Choir '54-'56, Christmas Vespers '53-'55, "Trial by Jury," Dackel Reporter '53-'55, Dackel Staff '55-'56, Pep Club '54-'56, Honor Society '54-'56, Torch Pin Winner. Lin- coln Letter Lassies '54-'56, Three Year Pin Winner. Office As- sistant '54, MARSH, LOUIS F.-General. MARSH, MARSHA LEE.-Art. MARTIN, ROBERT-Business Education. Rifle Club, Safety Patrol. MAXWELL, MARCIA LYNN-Business Education. Red Cross Representative '54-'55, Takolah '55-'56, Senior Class Play. Honor Society '55, Pep Club '55-'56, Marcetta Ki '55, Ice Skating Club '55-'56, Marcetta Ki Dance Committee. McBEE, JOY-General. Senate Representative '54-'55, Bowling Club '53-'54, Christmas Vespers, '53-'55, Spring Concerts '54-'56, Senior Class Play. MCCABE. DEANNA-Business Education. Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, MarKetts '56, El Charro Club '54- '55, Pep Club '54-'55, Takolah '54-'56. MCCLELLAN, JAMES P.-Industrial Art. Safety Patrol. McDONALD, CHERYL LYNNE-College Entrance. Ice Skating Club '53-54, Daffodil Attendant '56. McKAY ZENA--College Entrance and Business Education. Rifle Club '53-'54, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, MarKetts '56, Dackel Staff, Intramural Girls' Sports '53-'56, McKNIGHT, TOM McLAUGHLIN, KAREN-Business Education. Takolah, Marcetta Ki, Rifle Club. Pep Club, Girls' Representative. Student Lead- er '54-'55. McMILLION. SHARON LOU-College Entrance, McREYNOLDS, MARILYN-College Entrance. Girls' Club Repre- sentative. McWHIRTER, MARTHA LUETTA-College Entrance. Honor So- ciety Social Chairman '55-'56, Girls' Intramural Sports '53-'54, Lincoln Christian Fellowship. Future Nurses Club '55-'56, Honor Society. Senate Representative. MEEKER, SHEILA L.-Business Education. Senate Representative '54, Red Cross Representative, Lincoln Letter Lassies. Rifle Club, Honor Society '54, MarKetts, '55-'56, Marcetta Ki, Christ- mas Vespers, Spring Concert, Girls Choir, Girls' Intramural Sports '53-'56. MEIER, EDWARD L.-Industrial Art. MELING, ZENITH-Business Education and Industrial Art. Ta- kolah. Girls Glee. MERRIMAN, FRANK D.-College Entrance and Business Educa- tion. Intramural Swimming '53-'54, Tennis Team '54-'55, Soph- omore Basketball '53-'54, Retailers Club '55-'56, Ski Club '55- '56, Pep Club, Lincoln News Staff '55-'56, Hi-Y '54-'56, Hi-Y Football Night Co-Chairman '55-'56. MEYER, SALLY ANN-Business Education. Senate Representa- tive '54-'55. Pep Club '53-'54, Takolah Chapter D '54-'55, Stu- dent Leader '54-'55, Girls' Club Representative '54, MICHAEL, CLYDE-General. Bowling Club. Skating Club, Lin- coln Christian Fellowship. MICHAEL, RITA-College Entrance and Business Education. Rolling Railsplitters, Takolah, Bowling Club. MICHLITSCH, DAVE-College Entrance. MILLER, DONALD E.-Industrial Arts. MILLER, DONNA LORENE-College Entrance. Girls' Intramural Sports '53-'54, Aqua Maids '53-'54, Rifle Club '53-'54, MILLER, MARILYN LEONA-Business Education. Pep Club Sec- retary, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55, Pep Club '53-'56, Ta- kolah '53-'56, Rifle Club '53-'55, Ski Club '53-'54. Christmas Vespers '53-'55. A Cappella Choir '55-'56, Affiliation Committee. Junior Assembly. MOELLER, MARY ANN-College Entrance. Pep Club, Bowling Club, Honor Society. Ice Skating Club, Takolah, Spring Concert '54, Christmas Vespers '53. MONNAHAN, JOHN M.-General. Sophomore Football. MOORE, NOBIE J.-College Entrance. Girls' Intramural Sports, Pep Club, Forestry Club, Ice Skating Club, Lincolnian Statf. NEEIN, BARBARA-Business Education. Ice Skating Club '55- '56. El Charro Club '54-'55, Pep Club '55-'56, Takolah '55-'56, Retailer's Club '55-'56, Glee Club '55-'56, Debate Club '54-'56. Z7 NELSON. ARLENE-General. Debate Club, NELSON. RICHARD-College Entrance. Sportsmen's Club Repre- sentative, Varsity Basketball. NERHEIM, BILL-Industrial Art. Forestry Club. NOLD, NOLA KAY-College Entrance and Business Education. Honor Society Secretary '55-'56, Honor Society '53-'56, Mar- cetta Ki '54-'56, Girls Club Representative '55-'56. NYMAN, CELIA OASS, EUGENE-College Entrance. A Cappella Choir Vice Pres- ident and Section Leader '55-'56, Christmas Vespers '53-'55, "Trial by Jury," A Cappella Choir '54-'56. Junior Choir Section Leader '54, Madrigal Group, Northwest Choir '54, Double Quar- tet '54. OLIN. ALLEN J.-Industrial Art. Reserve Baseball. Sportsman's Club Representative. OLSEN. THERESA M.-College Entrance. Vice President of Ice Skating Club '55-'56, Takolah '53-'56, Rifle Club '53-'55, Ice Skating Club '53-'56, Pep Club '53-'54, Dackel Staff, Red Cross Representative '54-'55. OLSON, GLORIA M.-College Entrance. Lincoln Christian Fel- lowship Historian '55-'56, Future Nurses Club '53-'56, Lincoln Christian Fellowship '53-'56. OLSON, RAYMOND B.-College Entrance. Varsity Football Man- ager '54, Lincoln Christian Fellowship '53-'55, Red Cross Rep- resentative, Senior Class Play. O'NEILL, LARRY-College Entrance, OSCAR, ROGER-Industrial Art. OSNESS, MARLENE JULIE-Business Education and College En- trance. Girls' Club Representative '54-'55, Lincoln Letter Las- sies '54-'55, Pep Club '53-'55, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, MarKetts '56. Honor Society '53-'56, Student Leader '54-'55, Health Center Assistant '53-'54, Rifle Club '53-'54, Ski Club '54-'55, Takolah '53-'56, PALMER, PAUL W.-College Entrance. Football '55, Wrestling '54-'56, Lettei'men's Club, Student Leader '55, PANCHOT, CHARINE L.-Business Education. PARR DIANE--Business Education, PARRISH. STAN-Industrial Art. PATTERSON, RODNEY F.-College Entrance. Sportsmen's Club Representative '55-'56, Honor Society '53-'56, Ice Skating Club '53-'56, Bowling Club '54-'55, Lincoln Christian Fellowship '54-'55, Torch Pin Winner. PAULSON, MORRIS-Industrial Art. Rifle Club '54-'55. PEDDERSEN, DORENE HELEN-General. Retailers Club. PENDERGRAST, JANICE-College Entrance and Music. Senate Representative '54, Girls' Club Representative '53-'54, Honor Society, Orchestra, Band, String Quartet '54-'56, Debate Club, College Conference Secretary '54, Vocational Conference Sec- retary '54, Sophomore and Senior Assemblies, "Trial by Jury," Christmas Vespers '53-'55, Western Washington Music Festival '54-'56, Torch Pin Winner. PERRY, ALLEN-General. A Cappella Choir, Business Manager '55-'56, Reserve Swimming Team '54-'55, Varsity Swimming '55-'56, Intramural Sports '54-'56, Water Polo '54-'55, PETERSEN, BRIAN-College Entrance. Reserve Baseball '54-'55, Varsity Baseball '56, Letterman's Club. PETERSON, JAMES-College Entrance. PETERSON, KEITH R.-Industrial Art. Sophomore Football. Water Polo, Bowling Club, Retailer's Club. PETERSON. LEE-College Entrance. Intramural Basketball '54-'55. PETERSON, VIRGINIA-Business Education and College En- trance. Honor Society, Pep Club. Rolling Railsplitters. Debate. Senior Class Play, PETTINGER, MERRILYN EDITH-General. PIERANTOZZI. JACKIE-General. Senate Representative '53-'54, Red Cross Representative '54-'55, Girls' Club Representative '53-'54, Dackel Staif '53-'55, Takolah E, RiHe Club '53-'54, Daf- fodil Float '53-'54, Girls Intramural Sports '53-'54, Sophomore Dance Committee. PIGOTT, JOAN PLOEGSMA. MARGARET-College Entrance. Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55, Rifle Club '53-'54, Honor Society, Torch Pin Winner, Future Nurses Club '54-'56, Rolling Railsplitters '55-'56. PORTER. ROBERT H.. JR.-General. Rifle Club '53-'54, Rolling Railsplitters '54-'55, PA Crew '53-'56. iv 'W 4. at , ! 'A' - QI' mm- . VA .,.. : - may fo-v PRAUSA, CAROL-Business Education. Takolah E President '55- '56, Ski Club. PRESTON, CHARLEEN J.-Business Education. El Charro Club. PRESZLER, SHARLENE ANN-Business Education. Bowling Club. PREUSS, JERRY D.-College Entrance. Bowling Club '53-'56, Bowling Club Secretary '54-'55, Sportsman's Club Representa- tive '54-'55, Hi-Y Football Night Chairman '54, Hi-Y '55-'56, Pep Club '53-'55. PRINE, GEORGE-Industrial Art. PROCTOR, WENDY-College Entrance. Welfare Chairman of Girls' Club, Band, Bowling Club, Senate Representative '55-'56. PURVIS, GAIL LAVERNE-College Entrance and Business Edu- cation. Sophomore Class President, Retailer's Club President, Retailer's State Vice-President, Takolah '53-'56, Treasurer '54- '55, Student Leader '54-'55, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55, Girls Intramural Sports, Senate Representative '53-'54, Honor Society '53-'54, Ski Club '53-'56, Pep Club '53-'55, Bowling Club '54- '55, Girls' Golf Club '55, Sophomore Assembly Chairman, Sophomore Dance Committee, Mistletolo Co-Chairman '55, Senior Class Play Committee. PUTMAN, JUDITH ANN-Business Education. Retailer's Club Section Chairman, Takolah '53-'56, Bowling Club '53-'55, Stu- dent Leader '54-'55. Lincolnian Clubs Editor '55-'56, Daffodil Float Committee '53-'54, Junior Assembly. Ski Club '55-'56, Sophomore Dance Committee. RADER, DUWAYNE GUY-College Entrance. Varsity Track Team, Art Club '54-'56, Sportsman's Club Representative, Let- terman's Club. RAICHART, MARJORIE ANN-Business Education. Senate Rep- resentative, Lincoln Christian Fellowship. RASMUSSEN, YVONNE M.-Business Education. Band Major- ette '54-'56, Pep Club, Takolah, Senate Representative '53-'54, Ski Club '55-'56, RATZLAFF, GARY FRANK-College Entrance. Ski Club Presi- dent '55-'56, Sophomore Basketball, Football. Varsity Tennis '53-'54, Senate Representative, Letterman's Club. RAY, RONALD-Art. REED, BOB-Business Education and Industrial Art, REED, SANDRA-General. REICHL, DEANNA-Business Education. Christmas Vespers '53, Senate Representative '53. Marcetta Ki '54-'56, MarKetts '56, Takolah, Rifle Club, Ski Club. Pep Club. REID, IONE LEE-General. Pep Club '53, Takolah '53-'54, REID, KEN-College Entrance, Junior Class President '54-'55, Sophomore Representative to Council, A Cappella Choir Pres- ident '55-'56, Lettermen's Club '54-'56, Pep Club '54, Sophomore Football, Varsity Swimming '54-'56, Sophomore Assembly, Ju- nior Assembly, Christmas Vespers '54-'55. REINTJES, JILL-College Entrance. Future Nurses Club Secre- tary-Treasurer '53, Future Nurses Club Social Chairman '54, Honor Society '53, Senate Representative '53, Lincoln Repre- sentative to Advisory Health Council '54. REINVIK, NANCY E.-College Entrance. A.S.B. Secretary, Lin- coln Letter Lassies '54-'56, Three Year Pin Winner, Honor Society, Torch Pin Winner. Senate Representative, Camera Club, Bowling Club, Takolah. Pep Club, Band, Student Leader, Affiliation Committee. RICHARDSON, TOM B.-Industrial Arts. RICHBURG, JAMES-College Entrance. Hi-Y, Retailer's Club, Sophomore Assembly, Football '53-'54, Basketball '54, Red Cross Representative '55, A Cappella Choir. RODIN, GERALD E.-College Entrance. Rifle Club. RODY, MARVIN J.-Industrial Art. ROHLING, MARILYN M.-Business Education. ROSENQUIST, JOANN MARIE-General. Rolling Railsplitters. Pep Club, Usherettes Club. ROSHAU, LARRY-College Entrance. Lincoln News Co-Feature Editor, Quill and Scroll, Christmas Vespers '55, Senior Class Play. RUTHERFORD, JANATA-Business Education. Rolling Rail- splitters. SANGSTON, LEROY J.-Industrial Art. SCHAFFER, LINDA-Business Education. Pep Club. SCHARF, RICHARD-College Entrance. Retailer's Club, Rifle Club, Reserve Swimming, Intramural Swimming, Forestry Club. SCHEELS, SALLY ROSE-College Entrance. Retailer's Club His- torian, Takolah, A Cappella Choir '55-'56, Christmas Vespers '53-'55, Girls Club Representative '53-'54, Pep Club '53-'54, 29 SCHUSTER, JULIE A.-Business Education. SCHWICHTENBERG, DAN H.-College Entrance. Intramural Swimming '53-'54, Reserve Swimming '53-'54, Varsity Swimming '54-'55, Hi-Y '54-56, Lettermen's Club '55-'56, Retailer's Club '55-'56. Ski Club '55-'56. SCOTT, PAMELA-College Entrance. Senate Representative '54, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'56, Future Nurses Club '53-'56, Ush- erettes Club '55-'56, Three Year Pin Winner. SEYDELL, DONNA-Business Education. Takolah '53-'55, Pep Club '54, Rifle Club '53-'54, Ice Skating Club '53-'54, SHAW, ANN MARIE-College Entrance and Business Education. SHINDLER, ELSIE-College Entrance. Takolah C '54-'56, Presi- dent '55-'56, Marcetta Ki '54-'56, Treasurer '55-'56, MarKetts '54-'56, Lincoln Letter Lassies '53-'55, Lincoln Christian Fel- lowship '53-'54, Rifle Club '53-'55, Ski Club '55-'56, Girls Club Representative '53-'54, Health Center Assistant. SHOUSE, NANCY LEE-Business Education. Lincoln Letter Las- sies '54-'56, Three Year Pin Winner. Marcetta Ki '54-'55, Pep Club '53-'55, Girls' Club Representative '55-'56, Rifle Club '53- '54, Honor Society '55. SIDES, JEANETTE-Business Education. Future Nurses Club '53- '54, Lincoln Christian Fellowship '55-'56. SILER, JOANNE JEAN-College Entrance and Business Educa- tion. Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'56, Treasurer '55-'56, Three Year Pin Winner, Senate Representative '53-'54, Takolah '53-'55, Marcetta Ki '54-'55. Pep Club '53-'55, Red Cross Representative '53-'55, Rifle Club '53-'55, Reserve Rifle Team '54-'55, Senior Class Play. SIMONS, PATRICIA ELLEN-Business Education, Takolah, Marcetta Ki. Rifle Club. SMART, MARGARET-Business Education. Lincoln Christian Fellowship. SMITH, ARNE-Industrial Art. SMITH, LAR REES CAROL-General. Pep Club President '55-'56, Takolah D Inter-Club Representative, Treasurer of Inter-Club '55-'56. Secretary '54-'55, Girls' Club Representative '55-'56. Ski Club '54-'55. SMITH, LOUISE-College Entrance and Business Education. Sen- ate Representative '54-'55, Future Nurses Club '53-'55, Lincoln Letter Lassies '53-'55, Lincoln News Staff. Lincoln News Ex- change Editor, Quill and Scroll '55-'56. SMITH, SHARON RAE-Business Education. Retai1er's Club Cor- responding Secretary '55-'56, Senate Representative '55-'56, Takolah '54-'56, Ski Club '55-'56, Rifle Club '53-'54. Christmas Vespers '53, Junior Assembly, Spring Concert '54. SNAVELY CORAL ANN-College Entrance. Rifle Club '53-'56, Treasurer '54-'56, Girls' Intramural Sports '53-'54, Takolah '53-'56, Affiliation Committee '55, Future Nurses Club '53-'56. SNYDAL, LAURENCE R.-College Entrance. A Cappella Choir. Christmas Vespers '53-'55, Operetta '55, Band. SNYDER, FREMONT J.-Industrial Art. SNYDER, JOYCE EVELYN-College Entrance and Business Edu- cation. Marcetta Ki '54-'56, Vice-President '55-'56, Rifle Club '53-'54, Bowling Club '53-'54, Pep Club '54-'56, Ice Skating Club '55-'56, Takolah '55-'56. SORGER, FRED M.-Business Education. SPENCER, AMIE L.-College Entrance. Lincolnian Editor, As- sociate Editor of Lincoln News '55-'56, Girls' State, Affiliation Committee Secretary, Honor Society, Torch Pin Winner. Lin- coln Letter Lassies. Three Year Pin Winner, Quill and Scroll, Lincoln Christian Fellowship, Bowling Club, Camera Club. SPILLER, RICHARD T.-College Entrance. Bowling Club Presi- dent '54-'55. STEBBINS, GEORGE-Industrial Art. Sophomore Basketball and Baseball. Varsity Baseball, Rolling Railsplitters, Letterman's Club. STEPHENS, CONNIE 0.-College Entrance. Girls' Intramural Sports. Takolah '55-'56, Pep Club '54-'56, Rolling Railsplitters '54-'55, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55, Red Cross Representa- tive '54-'56, Girls' Club Representative '53-'54. STEPHENS, WILLIAM K.-Industrial Art. STOCKS, DON W.-Industrial Arts. STOLZENBURG, RUSS-Business Education. Bowling Club. STONE, CHARLOTTE-College Entrance. Rifle Club '53-'54, Rolling Railsplitters '55-'56. STUBBS, MARILYN JEAN-Business Education, Bowling Club. Rolling Railsplitters, Camera Club '55-'56. STUBSJOEN, PATRICIA ANN-General. Vice-President of For- estry Club '55-'56, Girls' Intramural Sports, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55. Pep Club '53-'55, Retailer's Club Award Win- ner '55. SULLKOSKY, JOANNE ELIZABETH-General. Senate Represen- tative '55-'56, Rifle Club '53-'54, Red Cross Representative '53-'55. Girls Intramural Sports '53-'55, Daffodil Float '54-'55. Lincolnian Staff '55-'56, Dackel Staff Editor '56. SULLIVAN, BOB-College Entrance. Rifle Club '53-'56, Vice- President '54-'55, President '55-'56, Varsity Rifle Team '54-'56, Lettermen's Club '55-'56. In wc: lei e. it Sa ,K 4 My ah . tx , 'SM ff- 'tif I gg: SUNDHOLM, ANNE MARIE-College Entrance and Business Ed- ucation. Lincoln Christian Fellowship '53-'56. SUPPES, DAVID-Industrial Art. A Cappella Choir '55, Safety Patrol. SWALLEY, GARY D,-Business Education. SWALLEY, MARLENE J.-College Entrance. Junior Class Vire- President. Girls' Club Social Chairman '55-'56, Aquamaids '54, Prom Committee '55. Senate Representative '53-'56, Takolah '55-'56, Marcetta Ki '54-'55, MarKetts '55, Junior Assembly '55. Red Cross Representative '54, Girls' Intramural Sports, Girls' Club Representative '54-'55. SWEET, BEVERLY-College Entrance. Junior Class Treasurer '54-'55, Girls' Club Corresponding Secretary '55-'56. Takolah B, Interclub Representative, Interclub President '55-'56, Prom Committee '55, Girls' Club Representative '53-'54, Sophomore and Junior Assemblies. Pep Club '53, Ski Club '55, Takolah Spring Tolo Chairman, Hi-Y Football Queen. SWENSRUB, EDWARD L.-General. TAYLOR, ROBERTA-College Entrance. Takolah '55-'56, Pep Club '55-'56, Lincoln Christian Fellowship '53-'54. Red Cross Representative, Future Nurses Club '55-'56, Christmas Vespers '54, Spring Concert '54. TAYLOR, SHIRLEY ANN-College Entrance. Senate Represen- tative, Future Nurses Club. Ice Skating Club. Christmas Ves- pers '53-'55, Spring Concert '54, Red Cross Representative '54, Junior Choir, Winter Concert '54. TAYLOR, THOMAS 0.-General. Boys Glee, A Cappella Choir. Stage Crew, Junior Assembly. TEGGE, DIANNE E.-Business Education. Lincoln Letter Las- sies, Future Nurses Club, Marcetta Ki. MarKetts. THARP, JOHN A.-College Entrance. Yell Duke '55-'56, Taronia Youth Council President '55-'56. Ice Skating Club Vice-Presi- dent, Pep Club Sergeant-at-arms. Ski Club Sergeant-at-arms, Sophomore Football and Basketball, Reserve Swimming '54, Senate Representative '54. Rifle Club '53, Daffodil Committee '55-'56, Hi-Y '54-'56, Boys' State. THETFORD, VIVIAN-Business Education. Senior Choir Officer '54-'56, Takolah '53-'54, Christmas Vespers '54-'56, "Trial by Jury" '55. THOMAS, DAN-Industrial Art. Wrestling '54'55. THOMAS, DORIS IRENE-Business Education, Takolah '54-'56, Pep Club '53-'55, Lincoln News Business Staff Bookkeeper '55- '56. Student Leader '54. THOMPSON, GLENN TINGSTAD, BOB-Industrial Art. Football Manager '54, Rifle Club '53-'54, Letterman's Club '54-'56, TIPPIE, LAURA ELLEN-College Entrance. Takolah Chaplain '54-'55, A Cappella Choir Officer and Section Leader '54-'56, Lincoln Letter Lassies, Honor Society, Sophomore, Junior and Senior Assemblies. Christmas Vespers '53-'55, Echos '53-'56, "Trial by Jury." TOSTRUP, EDWIN-Industrial Art. Rifle Club. TOPPING, DICK-General. Christmas Vespers '55. TOPPS, BARBARA JEAN-College Entrance. Girls' Intramural Sports, Pep Club, Forestry Club, Rolling Railsplitters, Ice Skat- ing Club. TRACY, SHARON-Business Education. Takolah '54-'56, Pep Club. Christmas Vespers '54, Spring Concert '54. Co-Chairman for Mistletolo. TREAKLE, THOMAS-Industrial Art. TROLSON, BONNIE-General. Takolah '53-'54. Bowling '55, Girls' Glee '55-'56, Debate '55-'56. TROUPE, FRED-General. Red Cross Representative. TUCK. EDWARD LEE-General. TULLIS, DEANNA-College Entrance. Aquamaids President '55- '56, Vice-President of Girls' Club '54-'55, Lincoln Letter Las- sies '55-'56, Student Leader '55-'56, Senate Representative '56, Takolah '54, Pep Club '54-'55, Marcetta Ki '55-'56. TWIBELL, DENNIS-College Entrance. Yell Duke '55-'56, Reserve and Varsity Swimming. Track, Sophomore Football, Hi-Y, Ski Club. UREN, TED-Business Education. VALEN, JERRIE L.-College Entrance. Lincoln Letter Lassies Secretary. Senate Representative, Takolah '54, Ski Club '55-'56, Aquamaids '54-'56. Ice Skating Club '54, Rifle Club '54, Student Leader '55-'56. VAN WAGENEN, TOM-Industrial Art. VAUGHN, KATHY-General. Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'55, Pep Club '54-'55, Rolling Railsplitters '54-'55, Takolah '55-'56, Christmas Vespers '53-'54, Spring Concert '54. Red Cross Rep- resentative '54. VAUGHAN, SHARON H.-Business Education. Red Cross Repre- sentative '53-'55. 31 VIG, JAMES-Industrial Art. Rifle Club. VINCENT, MELVA-Business Education. Pep Club, Ski Club, Takolah '54-'5G. VON CLASEN, ARNOLD J.--Varsity Football '54-'55, Reserve Football '53, Reserve Wrestling '54-'55, Lincoln News Staff '55-'56, Sophomore Basketball '53, Sportsman's Club Represen- tative '54-'55. WAITE, MYRNA-Business Education. Pep Club '53-'55, Takolah '54-'55, Ice Skating Club '54-'55, Rolling Railsplitters '54-'56, Girls' Club Representative, Band '58-'56, Orchestra '55-'56, Mid-Winter Concert '53-'56, Spring Concert '53-'56, Christmas Vespers '55. WALENTINY, GENE F.-Industrial Art. WALTERS, JIM D.-College Entrance. Sophomore Football, A Cappella Choir '54-'56, Lincoln News Sports Editor. Operetta '54, Christmas Vespers '53-'55. Quill and Scroll, United Good Neighbors Representative '55. WARNER, GEORGEAN M.-General. Honor Society '53-'56, As- sistant Secretary '55-'56, Senate Representative '55, Lincoln Letter Lassies '54-'56, Art Club '55-'56, Rifle Club '53-'56. WATKINS, EDWARD EARNEST-Varsity Swimming '54-'56. WATTEN, MARILYN L.-Business Education. Rifle Club '53-'54, Red Cross Representative '53-'55. WEATHERALL, BARBARA-College Entrance. Retailer's Club '55-'56, Social Chairman. Ski Club '54-'56, Pep Club '54-'55, Takolah '53-'55, Girls' Glee '54-'55. WEBB, SANDRA A.-College Entrance. Lincoln Christian Fel- lowship. WEBER, RONALD-General. Reserve Baseball, Intramural Bas- ketball. Reserve Basketball. Boys' Glee, Junior Choir. WEBSTER, JIM-College Entrance and Business Education. Sportsman's Club President '55-'56, Water Polo '53-'54, Bowling Club '54-'55, Life Saving '53-'54, Howdy Dance Chairman, U. of W. Leadership Conference Delegate. WEEKS, SALLY JANE-Business Education and College Entrance. Honor Society '53-'56, Usher Club '53-'54, Takolah '53-'56, Torch Pin Winner. WELLER, GLEN-Industrial Art. WELLS, TERRY G.-General. Sophomore Basketball. Hi-Y, Boys' Glee, Ski Club. WEST, ROBERT L.-College Entrance. Sportsman's Club Officer, Band, Hi-Y. WHEATON, DAVID K.-General. WHITE, DONELDA JEAN-Business Education and College En- trance. Marcetta Ki, Honor Society, Rolling Railsplitters, Pep Club. WHITE, MARY-Business Education. Lincoln Letter Lassies '53- '53-'54, Charro Club '54-'55, Pep Club '53-'54, Takolah '54-'56. WHITE, WARREN V.-Business Education and Industrial Art. WHITEFORD, PAT J.--College Entrance. Lincoln Letter Lassies. Senate Representative '54-'56, Pep Club '54-'55, Future Nurses Club '53-'56, Camera Club '55-'56, Ice Skating Club '55-'56, Rolling Railsplitters '55-'56, Ski Club '55-'56, Takolah '54-'56, Affiliation Committee, Spring Concert '55. WHITNEY, FRANK E.-College Entrance. Rifle Club, Boys' Glee. WHITTIER, GEORGIA-Business Education. Red Cross Represen- tative, Rifle Club, Retailer's Club. Girls Intramural Sports. WIGDAHL, LEROY ARNOLD-Industrial Art, WILBUR, WAYNE EDWARD-College Entrance. Sophomore Foot- ball. Ice Skating Club, Forestry Club, Pep Club, Lincolnian Staff, Lincoln News Business Staff, Business Manager. WILGUS, FORD-Sp0rtsman's Club Representative. Varsity Ten- nis Team, Reserve Swimming, Intramural Swimming, Hi-Y, Letterman's Club, Ski Club, Pep Club. WILKERSON, NORMA K.-Business Education. Red Cross Rep- resentative, Girls' Glee, Pep Club '55, Health Center Assistant, Attendance Office Assistant. Girls' Club Representative. WILLARD, ROBERT F.-Industrial Art. Wrestling, Ice Skating Club, Hi-Y. WILLIAMS, LINDA CAROLE-Business Education. Marcetta Ki '54-'55, Pep Club '53-'55. Rifle Club '53-'54, Girls' Club Repre- sentative '54-'55, Intramural Girls' Sports '53-'54. WILLS, WALLY C.-College,Entrance. Senate Representative. WINCHESTER, CAROLYN J.-Art. Art Club '54-'56, Secretary- Treasurer '55-'56, 32 WISE, JACKIE-Business Education. El Charro Club. WOODIWARD, DAN--College Entrance. Forestry Club Treasurer, Varsity Swimming Team. WRIGI-IT, CLIFTON D.-College Entrance. Reserve Wrestling, Senior Class Play. WYLDER, CHARLES M.-College Entrance. Sportsmarfs Club Secretary, Sophomore Football '53-'54, Reserve Wrestling '53-'54, Varsity Wrestling '54-'56, Hi-Y. ZELTON, IRENE-Business Education and Art. Pep Club. ZEMANEK, GEORGE P.-General. Rolling Railsplitters. ZEVENBERGER, BETTY LOU-Business Education. Marcetta Ki '54-'56, Secretary '55-'56, Rolling Railsplitters '54-'56, Secretary '54-'55, Honor Society '53-'56, Usherettes '53-'54, MarKetts '54-'55, Red Cross Representative '53-'54, Daffodil Attendant. ZEVENBERGEN, MARIE-College Entrance. Lincoln Christian Fellowship Secretary-Treasurer '55-'56, Lincoln Letter Lassies, Orchestra. Christmas Vespers. ZIERMAN, DICK-Art. Letterman's Club President, Sophomore Football and Basketball, Varsity Track, Varsity Football, Var- sity Basketball. Rifle Club, Forestry Club, Art Club, Ice Skat- ing Club, Ski Club. ZIMMERMAN, GARY L.-College Entrance. Senior Class Play, Christmas Vehpers '55, Dackel Staff. ZWEIGLE, JOANNE J.-Business Education. ZWICKY, JUDY-Business Education. Rolling Railsplitters, Girls' Club Representative '55-'56, Senior Class Play. SWANSON, BEVERLY-General. Girls' Club Representative. THOMAS, DON issin ARMSTRONG. MARY BAILEY, CATHERINE BARNES. JANET BALL, WILLIAM BROWN. DAVID BRUBAKER, MILLS BROWN, PHOEBE BURNS, EDITH BURNSWORTH, NORMAN BYMERS, BERNARDE CURRAH, MARY DURSMA, JAMES DYER, DICK ERDAHL. RICHARD FERREL, RUBY GAVIGAN. JOHN HELBIG, ROSE HEINZMAN, JAMES HOEY. TYRONE HOKENSON, PETER HULL, STEVE JACOBS, PHIL JOHNSON, RONALD KNIGHTON. RUBY KLEINSASSER. VELORIES LARSON, ROBERT Lynx MACMANN, EUGENE MAGRUDER, DONALD McWlLLIAN, LEA MCWILLIAMS, ALLEN MILLER. CARL MURLAND. KAY MUEHLEN. JOHN NELSON. ARLENE NIMRICK, HARRY OLSEN. CARL PATRICK, NORMAN RANDOLPH. BENJAMIN REDDING, DELBERT RIKSEN, DAN ROBINSON, FRED SAUGEN. MURIEL SCHMIDT. KENNETH SCHUTTE, FRED SHASKEY, EUGENE SONNEMAN, TOM TONE. DARYL UREN. GEORGE UTTERBACK, WILLIAM WIGER, IONE ZELTEN, WALTER 33 1 xx X-.fff was R wi W1 . In W!! ' wi 1. 1 5 , ,V Q-or f , ,, ls Junior Class Officers-John Sabol, junior representative to council: Judy Joy, treasurer: Lucille Siler, secretaryg Betty Peart, vice president: Bobby Brown, president, uniors Plan For inal Year At Linco n Keeping their "Blueprint for the Future" in mind, the Class of 'S 7, by promoting new and interesting ideas, has prepared itself for the long awaited Senior year. To carry out its duties and responsibilities to Lincoln, the Iunior Class has developed leadership and cofoperation that will make them better citizens in the years to come. Bright decorations created a French at' mosphere in the boys' gym, as the junior Prom, "April in Par' is," held April 27 with the cofoperation of the junior Class and the officers was a huge sucf cess. As it is the responf sibility of each junior class to clean the trof phy case and trophies, this year's officers attacked the task with vigor and enthusiasm. Their sparkling results were appreciated by both student body and faculty. Always striving to make their class the most active in the school, the Juniors prof duced a successful junior Class assembly on the last day of school. The assembly, which talent for the enjoy' ment of their fellow classmates, was enthuf siastically received by the remainder of the student body. showed an array of Leading the juniors on their path toward the future were Bob Brown, president: Bet' ty Peart, vicefpresif dent, Lucille Siler, sec' retaryg Judy joy, treaf surer, and John Sabol, representative to counf cil. Thorough cleaning of trophies given by junior officers 34 MISS BRINEGAR-Home Room 109 Row l-A. Anderson. C. McDaniels, A. Barns, B. Anderson, J. Beadell, S, Baker, T. Ander- son, E. Barker. Row 2-L. Albro, C. Bartell. T. Bamford, B. Arnold, E. Alexander, B. Baldwin. C. Bates, M, Baker, Row 3-F, Balles, B. Allison, C. Fairbanks, M. Bashey, B. Baumgras. G. Baker, E. Ahrens, T. Arf- man, H. Anderson. MR. BROOKS-Shop 6 Row l-B. Black, S. Boucher, S. Bennett. B. Blair, C. Boje, P. Bekemens, C. Berger. Row 2-B. Blankenship, I. Curtiss, G. Berg, E. Berg, J. Blakely, S. Bodin, M. Bennett. Row 3-D. Bittle, M. Blair. J. Carroll, J. No- vak. S. Bogart, R. Baker, G.Bergstrom, J. Berry. MISS CLARKE-Home Room P. 3 Row 1-J. Callier, M, Brebner, S. Johnson, J. Brown, S. Bolduc, C. Burch. Row 2-S. Burns, S. Clayberger, E. Boyd. B. Brandt. L. Calkins, C. Brozovich, J. Dahl. Row 3- M. Brubaker. D. Brechbeil. M. Bryan, H. Caliolsn, B. Brown, B. Burt. MRS. DAVIS-Home Room 309 Row 1--J. Ciro, J. Christal, C. Clegg, R. Corp, F. Clifton, J. Cates, D. Duvall. Row 2 -B Clements, C. Clowers, D. Cooper. D. Campbell, M. Chervenak, C. Michael, D. Car- ter. Row 3-A. Carlson, L. Clark, B. Ken- nedy, J. Canonica, J. Checchi, A. Christen- sen, R. Carlson. MR, DRAKE-Home Room 310 Row 1--D. Collamore, J. Cress, S. Cowell, P. Hordickak, E. Cortesi, L. Clarke, R. Cooper, B. Currah. Row 2-R. Coleman, G, Connor J. Cook. A. Conklin. J. Boyd. R. Crelling, L. Curtis. E. Curlice. a ny kms 'W -:f N: . 1 J A 'Lf' V5 fl.. - ' - ' Mus , U ,. ' F . L H 14' li .ai - H ff . R "' N' . i"N1,"fR. ' af , .1 kj R 'L d-s l: ,',, ....-if .LANE :-- 1 " A- "'- - 'H fs- E31 e -fi P' 1. up fr LA ' 'li F ffl as an 36 MRS. GOODWIN-Home Room 115 Row l--J. Johnson, D. Ehmke, L. Eyres, E Erickson, B. Fallon, D. Ehnat. Row 2-C Ferguson, M. Engelhardt, D. Hampton, D Edwards, D. Guthrie. G. Ewen, J. Erdahl Row 3-J. Emery, B. Eyres. R, Habel, D Fieldman, B. Enhaur. M. Hagola. MISS GRIMES-Home Room 103 Raw 1-M. Friz, T. Gallo. G. Good, E. Finn, S. Gadbaw, S, Gislason, S. Franks. Row 2- S. Gay, M. Garman, D. Geiselman, D. Jones. C. Vess, T. Froster, R. Floma. Row 3-J Amdal, C, Flintoff, J. Ferris, H. Gartner, R. Ferguson. R. Fischer. R. Fix MRS, HALSEY-Home Room 212 Row 1-L. Pheretton, B. Trosper, B. Bowl- ing, C. Mason, G. Engen, D. Dewold, C. Rob- binson. Row 2-J. Paul, K. Marth, S. Engen. H. Winning, K. Robinson, M. Freytag, G. Schmidtke. Row 3-D. Loveland, R. Quasch- nick. O. Engen. G. Tryler. D. Shendla, C. Haveman. MR. HANNULA-Home Room 333 Row 1-J. O'Keefe, C. McWilliams, A. Jones. L. Graham, R. Bruner, P. Grabouski, W. Zatkovich. N. Givverston. Row 2-E. Du- Charme, K. Dubes, L. Goff, D. Mehegan, M. Lambert, C. Hager, G. Had. H. Henltorn, B. Gower, Row 3-J. Irvin, G. Grater, R. Grif- fen, G. Gunns. W. Hadlley. G. Grout, J. Gray, K. Cox. MR. HOLDEN-Home Room 127 Row 1-D. Kind, S, Miner, D. Lombardo. J, Lamb, D. Larson, V. Kindstrom, C. Keller. Row 2-D. Leach, G. Lawson. D. Kuhne, G. Linxwiler, F. Wells, J. Krijawa. B. Hill. Row 3-B. Lechner, D. Leslie. R. Schifferm, E. Langlow. A. Larson, H. Langlow. MRS, LASLEY-Home Room 104 Raw I-S. Harrison B. Hansen M r, - , , . Helde G. Hallberg, D. Hauge, N. Heihn, M. Han sen. Row 2-F. Hansen. R. Hartman, D Hamilton, T. Hanlin. Row 3-M. Hampson, J Hansen, S. Hansen, D. Levage. J. Hartley J. Harrington, D. Helland, J. Haneline. MR, LINDHOLDT-Home Room 108 Row l--Y. Holloway, C. Hultman, G. Holt S. Hoyt, R. Holler, H. Holmberg. Row 24 Q H. Horton, B. James, H. High, N. Hendrix, - J. Hora, J. Hilsendegar. MR. MCLIN-Home Room Sh. 8 Row 1 G Swenson D Kincaid J s - . , . , . Thoma . L. Thompson, G. Thornhill, R. Turner. Row 2--O. Swim, C. Taylor. P. Suppes, L. Conway, M. Stone, R. Creech. Row 3-D. Storie, W. Tandberg, G. Thompson, S. Tomp- kins, E. Tingstad, D. Svinth. MISS MOLINE-Home Room 323 Row 1-M. Kent, C. Imus, M. Hutchinson. E. Kuntz, G. Isbell, B. Johnson, E. Jefferson. Row 2-B. James, K. Johnson, A. Jensen, S. Ireland. M. Johnson, M. Johnson, C. Jaquez. Row 3-J. Kiteley. J. Hunter, F. Imhoff, M McGuirk, C. Johnson, A. Johnson. W. Hunter. MR. MULLEN-Home Room Boys' Gym Row 1-C. Keslburg, S. Johnson, D. Judson. D. Jones. S. Kuenzli, D. Jones. J. Joos, M. Johnson. Row 2-J. Kensley, V. Koenen, A. Kammeyer. L. Kasten, L. Fortier. R. Mad- duh, L. McKenzie, E. Karlinsey. iii tr -vu. ww YF? S if lk if 4: ,, l 12 , 4' 'iff 'f 4 Wworgw, B . H' 21 MRS. MULLER-Home Room 123 Row l-V. Murphy, J. Martin, K. Manfull. B. Lynn, J. Matheason, M. McCaskie, C. Poore, G. Martin. Row 2-L. Lotz, D. Marge- son, N. Lundquist, G. Manke, R. Mahoney F. Lunetti. Row 3-R. Nason, R. Pruett, L Marsh, H. Magnuson, R. Magnus, R. McArthur. MRS. NICHOLSON-Home Room 321 Row 1-C. Miller. M. Menge. J. McRorie, L. Miller, M. Moody, B. Miller, J. Methven. Row 2-B. Miller, K. McMi11ion, E. McIn- tosh, C. Patterson, E. Meyer, J. McKinnon. J. Miller. Row 3-C. Moore, B McKenny, R. Millner, M. Mclntosh, C. Mika. MR. ROE--Home Room 102 Row 1-P. Moseid, H. Moore, D. Nelson, C Neuman, V. Munro. C. Nadeau. Row 2- G. Moore, L. Myhre, S. Nelson, K. Myhre. J. Olmstead, M. Muntz, S. Murdock, B. Mor- ley. Row 3-F. Woods, T. Newell, T. Nash D. Morgon, G. Soppingon. G. Nelson, R. Net- tleton. R. Nelson, N. Nelson. MRS. SCOTT-Home Room 112 Row 1--D. McReynolds. G. Patterson, L. Osinski, E. Pedderson, J. Olson, P. Owings. B. Pearl. Row 2-J. Pullar, R. Hughes, N Bryson, G. Olson, D. Pearson, J. Quilici Row 3--G. Olsen, B. Paine, H. Olson, L. Os- trander, L. Olson, H. Palmer. MR. SHERWOOD-Home Room 304 Row l-vM. Pettinger, C. Pulley. D. Rarick S. Moore, D. Pierce, M. Potter, L. Peterson E. Philes. Row 2-G. Rida, R. Pettie, A Plitkins, W. Proutz, K. Pietz, J. Radford, K Ortigo, M. Rasmussen. Row 3-K. Ramsfield D. McPhaden, J. Turrotti, W. Peters. E Phenicie, D. Rankin, S. Peterson. B. Perrin MRS. SMITH--Home Room 131 Row 1-C. Zierman, D. Wire, J. Zevenber- gen, P. Zydek, J. Wunder, D. Wallace. Row 2-B. Wright, D. Whitney, B. Wilbur, E. Williams, G. Zerback, M. Witmer, G. Wolo- ver. Row 3-E. Widener. B. Wing, F. Wool- ery. L. Willits. D. Wolfer. G. Willard. R. Young. MRS. STERLING-Home Room Girls' Gym Row l N Reitz J Rile L Roberts J -'- . , . y, , , . Richmond, B. Pfaff, C. Reis, R. Robinson. Row 2-J. Reine, C. Stovall, J. Reid, S. Rey- nolds. J. Roberts, C. Roberts, D. Williams. Row 3-D. Roberts, R. Rieser, A. Roberts, W. Rohrer, B. Riley, J. Rider, D. Redeske, C. Roberts. MRS. SUMMERS-Home Room 302 Row 1-E. Serfozo, S. Schreiweis, V. Sherrill B. Ruddy, G. R bolt B Rowle P. Sile y , . y, I'. Row 2-D. Severnak, P. Sellers. D. Sellers. D. Sailer, R. Schadler. Row 3-R. Ryan, W Sharp, J. Royse, J. Sabol, M. Sather, D. Shaw. MR. SUMMERS-Home Room P. 2 Row 1-V. Skladony, J. Sides, F. Smyth, J. Elkins, S. Utterback, L. Panchot, C. Simp- son. Row 2 B. Srsen J. Srsen E n - . . . Sr e- thurst, B. Stevenson, N. Solomon, L. Siler. D. Simmonds. Row 3-J. Morgan, J. Siler, M. Simkins, E. Spooner, R. Smith, D. Snow- den, J. Steadhen. MR. TROJAN-Home Room Sh. 4 Row 1-S. Dickson, D. Dean, J. Diseth, P. Davis, V. Gruber, S. Dexter, S. Deatherage. Row 2-M. Dunn, D. Demski, J. Dolan, E. Doane, L. Dees, C. DeGreef, M. Devish. C! -.1 'x.... - 2 .Manx sf' has .5 ev 'U STR .Q fue' mm Z Q M f-an I as iii 'Neill Upper left-Newly chosen tradi- tional ring crest. Upper right-Donna Miller takes ring orders from four Lincolnites. Lower left-Guide Melvin Johnson assists college conference delegate from Holy Names. Lower right-Acting as college confab secretaries are Christine Hager. Judy Erduhl, Lucille Siler and Jim Estes as they receive in- structions from Mrs. Feutz and UW delegate. 'Qll his ,fmw K ft M -rf .infi slf riff MR. WHITEf1-Ioine Room 110 Row l--M. Truselo, E. Schuette, J. Trolson N. Turner, L. Sanders, J. Verlo, S. Vincent Row 2-A. Ulvan, L. Torgeson. C. Truher, S Truselo. M. Vimont, J. Turner. Row 3-W Tweden. J. VanHam, J. Weber, K. While. D Ulseth. R. Vogt. M. Vanrek. MRS. WILSON-Home Room 121 Row 1--C. Watkins, M. Walker, M. West, A Wilcox, L. Webb, D. Wakin. Row 2-B. Wing M. Weller. A. Ward, D. Wallentiny, M Welsh, A. Weinreich. D. Wakin, R. Wads- worth. Row 3-R. Weightman. B. Warner R. West, G. Webb, D. Welfrenger, W. Wells M. Wegieleuski. ...J Sophomore Class Officers-Larry Swift, sophomore representative to council: Charlotte Williams, treasurer: Pat Frayne. secretary: Judy Saar, vice-president: Jim Ehrler, president. op omores Be in Blueprint For Future Starting their blueprint for the future by promoting Lincoln and its activities with inif tiative and enthusiasm was the class of 'S 8. First on their calendar was the presentation and the theme was carried out appropriately with colored mobiles and abstract figures hanging from the rafters. The second half of the dance featured the Swing Kings. of the Sophomore Assembly in january. The The next task that faced the sophomore sophomores were eager to show Lincoln what their class could do. Students listened to a violin solo, two vocal solos and an ac' cordion solo. Featured in the asf sembly were the Swing Kings, a band made up of four sophomore boys. The sophomores' big night was the sophomore dance held in the gym Friday, April 6. The name of the dance was Mlivin' Around" "Abe" receives spring cleaning from sophomore officers. 5 class was the traditional washing of "Abe." Armed with buckets of warm water, brushes, mops, and determination, the sophof mores made the statue look like new once again. Enthusiastic leaders of this year's Sophomore Class were Jim Ehrler, president, Judy Saar, vice' president, Pat Frayne, secretary, Charlotte Williams, treasurer, and Larry Swift, representative to council. 41 M. MR. BERGH-Home Room 416 Raw l-L. Hall, M. Andersen. B. Klein, K Anderson, T. Johnson, D. Moore, L. Hall Raw 2-G. Meachem, R. Elmore, K. Jutte, L Matz. J. Andrews, M. Holcomb, J. Coe. MR. CARLSON-Home Room 301A Row l--D. Andersen, S. Adler. E. Allen, C Anderson, S. Anderson, S. Alexander, N Armstrong, P. Anderson. Row 2-E. Ander- son, B. Anderson, K. Ashton, L. Armstrong N. Andal, J. Anderson. C. Abbott. T. Amon- son. Raw BAB. Stewart. A. Bacon, T, An- derson, G. Arnold. S. Wall, J. Arnold, L Anderson, D. Anderson. MR. CONTRIS-Home Room P-1 Row lgC. Bennet. C. Bates. P. Benjamin, J Barney. L Becker, L. Bennett, D. Bernius J. Berger, S. Berger. Row 2-L. Baron, D Barney, J. Bender, P. Benson, J. Beazler J. Ball, B. Nation. Row 3-H. Betzler, B Beadell, L. Bennett, B. Barwell, G. Fleck, F Bellici, D. Baumgartner, J. Babbit, G. Beardslee. MR. DEZELL-Home Room 415 Row l--D. Griffin, E. Skager, H. Mofied, S Johnson. C. Houk. B. Richmond. T. Moates G. Smith. Row 2-T. Olson, C. Degrange, C Peterson, T. Sacha. I. Fix, L. Holdren, G Magoon. Row 3-M. Alderman, W. Newton M. Oznnich. R. Allard, H. Kaup, W. Dick- son, A. Dawson. MISS ENGER-Home Room 216 Row I-D. Schmidt, A. Cusato, D. Deather- age, P. Croft, J. Cox. D. DeForrest. D. Dan- ielson, M. Dennett. Row 2-J. Cool, S. Corey Y. Cook. M. Dexter. L. Olson, K. DeBock, J Coolick. Row 3-A. Davis, J. DEV1'Sf'lTf?fBan- iels, T. Darnell, R. Crelling, M, Critchley D. DeForrcst. MISS HALTOM-Home Room 120 Row 1-L. Eicher. E. Edwards, B, Dutton. D. Dixon, D. Dunn, C. Edwards, J. Erhler. Row 2-G Doolittle, L Donahue, R. Erhler. J, DeMesa, M. Ellidge. P. Dunn. J. Erhler. Row 3-J. Elsdon, K. Engler, J. Dimmit, K. Eby, L. Edwards, R. Edwards, R. Erickson. D. Elliott. MRS. HANSEN-Home Room Library Row 1-S. Carroll, L. Coffin, C. Ogle, V. Charette, J. Conner, C. Chapman, P, Carns, D. Campbell. Row 2-J. Catton, J, Cates. C, Collo, H. Cobb, J. Cook, V. Cavin, E. Carl- son. Row 3-D. Castle, A. Cook, J. Carlson, N. Clark, J. Coggins, E. Carter, D, Christensen, MRS. HARVEY-Home Room 129 Row l--L. Brassy, S. Blake, R. Bloodworth, S. Bice, D. Blodgett, M. Calkins, C. Burtner. S. Bosworth, N. Browning. Row 2-R. Bonar, D, Bowen, E, Boitano, D. Burns, C. Camp- bell,, K. Bond, J. Brown, R. Bussanich. Row 3-R. Boomer, R. Bott, D. Bredeson, D. Bom- bardier, R. Blake, R. Boutiette, M. Bickford B. Brooks, F. Black. MISS HERRING-Home Room 221 Row 14C. Evans, S. Fick, J. Fain, P. Fox WWW99 '32 vxjfo-+E"1l :E3wN Umm' EE. :EPM - :U w5'E55 rom-+2 HFESNQ '11Wf"E,l,2f ,D 1 . -. EW ? on' 32:5 552' wo W' vm?" M3355 Q?F7:uE'5E :',,,07',,,?f 3.2, ww. ,.q'U .E-I H. 5":L"?':3"1 . Q-0 '1 HIP mow is 21' FE svgfwww 03' Coy, . , . , V. y G. Freiheit. MR. JOHNSON-'Home Room 137 Row 1--L, Hallock, J. Hall, J. Hagan, . Green, J. Hanson, C. Hanson, D. Hansen, . Hallock. Row 2-J. Hagan, K. Kilgore, S, Hanson, L. Greer, D. Haner, G, Griffin, C. Hampton. Row 3-A. Harrell, H, Hansen, W. Harrel. J. Hanson. W. Guske, D. Greenleaf. F. Harmon, J. Groff. mp W ifaw' MR, LEFEBRE-Home Room 133 Row l-M. Lund, C, Lowell, J. Malone, C Marshall. J. Mayals. D. Manley. L, Lein- gang, L. Loyd. Row 2-E. Lohre, S, Marcy lVI. MacCuaig, E. Marlow, E. Linton, B Mace, L. Lusier, S, Lind, D. Linn. Row 3- R, MacDicken, G. Lind, E. Lovell, J, Lewis R. Marihugh, A. Lima, G. Lukenbill, D, lvlackeda, C. Lorass. MISS S. LILLY-Home Room 110 Row lr-C. Jacques, J. Jackson, M. Huntley R. Ivarsen. W. Hunter, V. Huges, R, Hunt- ley, N. Hulscher, G, Hylton. Row 2-L, Hud- dleston, J. Jenkins, M. Jarles, K, Jangard V. Howard, D, Hutchinson. J. Hutchinson E. Jackel, MRS. MACINTYRE-Home Room 307 Row 1-C. Johnston, D. Josties, E. Jensen B. Walker. G. Johnson, V. Jorgensen, L. Kit- ner. Row 2-C. Johnson, J, Keller, J. John- son, C. Johnson, C, King, D. Joos, A. John- son. Row 3-B. Keffler, K. Kaiser, W. Kauf- man. G, Kalapus, J. Jones, J. Jolly, B. Kei- ster. K. Kelly. S, King MR, MAYER-Home Room 315 Row 1-H, Saltan, C. Laurent, T, Kuntz, E Young, B. Koener, L. Lehman, J. Kilby, A Kramer. Row 2-K. Krones, S. Koenen, B Kuenild, C. Lake, M. Sorensen. L. Kestler J, Klein. J. Kauklis. Row 3-R. Lampson, J Klein,J . Klippert, J. Landis. J. Kurmel, L Lechner, R, Kovacs, J. Langford, G, Lawson MR. MOTTELER-Home Room Shop 3 Row 1-D. Matson. P. McKechnie, L. McCal- lum,'K, Maris, G. Matthews. K. Martin. E Martin, T. Martin. Row 2-L. McCallum, H Mason. D. McCormick, C.McKean, N. Mar- tin, D. Dumas. Row 3-D. McClary. A. Matz L. Mathews. J. McCafferty, T. McFarlen, M McCarty, D, McKee. MISS OPGENORTH-Home Room 113 Rfow 1--L. Michauel, C. Miller, R. Napoleon, B. Nelson, K. Ephamka, B. Mundell, M. Muench, S. Mounts. Row 2-M. Cox, M. Moore, G. Merritt, E. McKenney, M. Mil- hodn, C, Moore. Row 3-R. Miglot. B. Molt- ke, D. Monk, T. Morgan, B. Morrow, L. Mor- rissey, D. McMains, J. Muench, G. Melender. MISS PALO-Home Room 213 Row l-V. Olson, V. Owings, S. Odegard, D. Nelson, M. Nelson, J. Oakland. Row 2-B. Nelson, S. O'Connor, D. Nekeferoff, D. Noel, D. Novak, E. Owen. Row 3-S. Palmer, R. Amman, P. O'Grady, L. Palmer, D. Owens, J. Norton, D. Pellegoini. MISS POLLARD-Home Room 318 Row 1-M. Holst, D. Hayden, M. Halloway, J. Horltoff. B. Heigel, G. Holland, M. Hodges. Row 2-G. Harris, G. Huay, G. Hay- lund, G. Hippins, S. Hanson, L. Herness, L. Holland. Row 3-B. Hedman, D. Hendrick- son, B. Herbert, C. Holmes, W. Hook, L. Hartman, D. Harrison, M. Hoffman, R. Hoskins. MISS RAMSEY-Home Room 225 Row 1--E. Porter. C. Poirier, P. Perry, E. Pascoe J. Pearson, J. Parr, M. Pauschert, C. Pauschert. P. Quigley. Row 2-J. Peterson S. Raasch, R. Pasquale, J. Peer. K. Pigott, M. Purdy, N. Pratt, S. Pazaruski. Row 3-A. Paichart, G. Pettitt, B. Peters, R. Pemlott, R. Potts, J. Purvis, G. Pederson, A. Perrin. MR. SCOTT-Home Room 111 Row 1--B. Richardson, C. Robinson, B. Roberts, B. Roberts, R. Rockwood, T. Riley, J. Rider. H. Reynolds, D. Roth, J. Reick. Row 2-M. Robinson, E. Roberts, L. Rice., J. Roberts, J. Richardson, R. Robinson. G. Ras- mussen, W. Reid, A. Radford. Row 3-G. Ranck, J. Reis, G. Wiggen, L. Riedel, R. Rone, J. Ricketts, F. Underwood, G. Royse. R. Reincsh. G. Ramsey. fred! -Hn -lner' MR. SMITH-Home Room 301 Row l--J. Saar, K. Rostad, E. Sabol, V. Scott, J. Rosellini, S. Sandvold, B. Ruther- ford, J. Seitz, B. Sadle. Row 2-G. Schu- mann, C. Rogers, R. Ross, A. Sather, J. Schoeffler, M. Sather. J. Rogers, M. Roeser, G. Ringus. Row 3-D. Roscoe, R. Schlosser. J. Simatic. D. Ruebenson, J. Shudy. R. Schall, B. Sepetoski, G. Rose, R. Rustom. MR. STEIGER-Home Room 118 Row l-L. Sircello, S. Shaw, P. Sorenson, D. Seydell, S. Scharmota, R. Schumate. S. Sny- der,G . Whylie, J. Sloan. Row 2-C. Shina- Berger, G. Shindle, G. Skinner, S. Farlow. J. Skelton, J. Singleton. Row 3-D. Sotak. J. Sharples. R. Sarger, P. Smyth, D. Shriner, E. Siemons, S. Skoop, D. Smith. MR. UBBIN-Home Room 107 Row 1-C. Spencer. C. Storem. B. Stengel, D. Swanson, M. Strand, B. Strobel, B. Taunt. M. Swin. Row 2-P. Spiller, C. Swenson, S. Stovall. L. Sundahl, D. Spatafore. C. Sund- holm. B. Stubbs. Row 3-W. Sutherlin. L. Smith, D. Strickland. D. Stolzman, J. Ste- phens, L. Swift, S. Spenny, J. Stillman. MISS VORWERKYHome Room 331 Row l--B. Vogel, R. Wagner. S. Wahl, M. Tompson. G. Torgeson, V. Thompson, S. Toombs, M. Vodarski. Row 2-R. Tompkins, K. Taylor. R. Velez, A. Terry, E. Tjorstad. R. Vian, R. Tingstad, J. Terry. L. Voice. Row 3-D. Thrall. R. Taylor, D. Wagner. J. Vaugen, L. Tavenner. J. Waite. R. Van Cleave, R. Van Wagenen, T. Tipton. MISS WAKELEE-Home Room 223 Row 1-P. Wells. R. Wetherbee, H. White, M. Walsh, T. Walton, K. Gord. Row 2-J. Weightman. D. Warner. M. Wigdahl. A. Wigton. J. Wible, C. Williams. J. Walden. Row 3--R. Walter. A. Wennebo, R. Walling, B. Walsh, J. Wiles, D. Warner, M. Wells. J. Walker. MR. WALSH-Home Room 215 Row 1-J. Gray, A. Gilbert, J. Graham, L. Gladwell, B. Gill, B. Gartner, P. Glastetter. Row 2-P. Gordon, O. Gerth, C. Gourley, D. Goetzka, J. Gates, S. Gislason, C. Graham. A. Gilliardi, J. Geving, M. Gallmeyer. Row 3 -D. Gappa, H. Goetz, J. Gordon, K. Gifford. C. Granoski, D. Gosk, B. Geeson, B. Goodman. MRS. WATERS-Home Room 106 Row 1-A. Rulapaugh, J. Wirtz, S. Wilson, S. Williams, G. Wynkoop, D. Zelinsky, K. Wood. Row 2-S. Holmes, S. Withrow, S. Williams, C. Woller, J. Zevenbergen. R. Wil- lis, J. Young, R. Bucholtz, G. Gilmer. Row 3 --J. Gill, J. Witter, R. Zaichkin, R. Yager. J. William, G. Wirth, L. Wilson, D. Zuber. ii. ,..., -as gl i ij xy A, -. Upper left-Cecil Hudson's "My Rockin' Horse Ran Away" in soph assembly. Upper right-Swing Kings-Larry Lusier, Gary Ohlenger, Dale Strickland and Jimmy Brown. Lower left-Jivin' Around features sophomore swing band. Lower right-Sue Berger debuts at sophomore assembly. 47 Upper left-Mr. Bird. Yell King Lee Hauge and Mr. Flora combine talents for pep assembly. Upper right-Lincolnites line up for Grid-Go-Round pep parade, Center-Song Queens-Waldine Mar- geson, Karen Lust and Sylvia Gibson. Bottom left-Jim Hoard crowns Neil Berger as "Abe." Bottom right-Reed "Ed" Cooper and Bob "Joe" Dergan egrill suspect Roy Cummings. uf 1: 4 l 4, ,. ' 3 ., L4 V ,A - Q 2 4' Q 5 , ? ' gig ' I V V Q al c if ' ' ' sqc u,L Pvuue Ana 5 Q b , 1 ,g ! Y , ti' ' f' "..m4.4 .....-.-,.. .. . 4 4, on ruxr. QTL as 4 frm " ' " " " " " Y - . 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V V, .VV V' L, :MVA A 1 b ' - A a , - w .YJ -.v --u , ,.,- -..l...,....., W wg.! -fiivi J-rr L" 'Nm -1,1 U., Wg 75 'VYIFUF'-.v,HK'1'UEP'37"Fif ' BEND- . mmf V 1 ' ' 3 .un -N , . C 1warz ls Able Head Qi Linco n Athletics Every large construction project must have a capable engineer, and Ed Schwarz, Lincoln Athf letic director, is the engineer in charge of mapping and supervising the school's extensive athletic prof gram, which strives to build successful teams and promote good sportsmanship. Mr. Schwarz's duties are varied. He draws up schedules, issues equipment, secures transportation, and is in charge of collecting towel and insurance fees. ln addition to these tasks he is a fullftime history and civics teacher. "lt is a pleasure to be working with so many line young men," Mr. Schwarz stated. ul am very proud to be part of such an outstanding organization." zy.,,,. tudeni: Leaders Aid Coac es in P. Constructing strong bodies, developing good sportsmanship and clean minds are the duties of some twentyffive student leaders who assist Mr. lvlullen, Mr. Gilmur, and Mr. Bird in the PE. prof gram at Lincoln. Each boy is a specialist in his own sport and ref ceives a scholastic credit for his service. "lf it weren't for the student leaders we would not be able to handle such an intensive athletic program," explained Mr. Mullen. The student leaders teach basketball, swimming, wrestling, tumbling, volleyball and badminton. Herman Magnuson Instructs in Badminton. Sladent Leaders-Row 1 L. to R.-Shorty Kleinsasser. Jerry Hartley, Vic Holmes. Ken Jones, AI Perry, Alan Roberts. Jack Harding. Chuck Wyldex Row 2 L. to R.--Don DeGreef. Dave Newell, Ed Watkins. Dan Woodward, Paul Palmer, Ken Ewell. Row 3 L. to R.-Barry Burt. Herman Magnuson Ardeen Iverson, Ron Goerger. Jerry Cecchi, Ron Bergquist. -W Bill Elmore with Inspirational award. Harry Harper with Most Valuable Play t ophy, Elmore Awarded Kiwanis rop y Inspirational winner for 1955 was senior halfback Bill Elmore. Bill was chosen by his teammates for this honor, and the trophy was presented to him at a banquet given by the South Tacoma Kiwanis Club. In describing Bill, Coach Norm Mayer said, "Elmore was the unforeseen quantity, and gave the additional offensive spark necesf sary for the achievement of last year's rec' ordf' Bill was a good choice because of his constant desire to improve during the season. Harper Chosen For op Honors His hard running, jarring blocking, and alert defense earned left halfback Harry Har' per the 2nd annual Lions Club "Cutstandf ing Player" award. "Harry was a 'clutch' ballplayerf' Coach Norm Mayer stated. "Anytime we needed a few yards in a critical situation, Harry would come up with the needed yardage." Harry was also instrumental in setting up long runs for his teammates, springing them into the clear with key blocks. Bill Elmore returns punt for touchdown in Turkey Day game. ill ...., W sw' if J gmc, , ..,. ' , 4,.-ff" ..,.f-ff' Q saw 4 '04 S 4 463 mg Q 'Q . 5 5? xy wi ,, r .rf W Abe Varslty Grldders are Capltal Lea ue Blueprinting a new squad after losing all but three firstfstring men by graduation, Coach Norm Mayer led his Lincoln Abes to a City Title and a share of the Capitol League crown with Clympia. Lincoln started the 195 S grid season by placing third in the annual CridfCofRound. The following week the Abes bounced back to dump Stadium 298 in the annual KingsfX game. Harry Harper, , ,M , an da .ww - M , C N , Vilma , "4'aM'MW- ' ' M, ...W . ,.-is-. I , ww! Bob Keister Chuck Pruitt Harry Anderson Arnie Van Clausen Herman Magnuson Denis Cook Jonas Bockman Dick Zierman Ernie Altheimer scores Thanksgiving Day. 51 Bill Elmore, and Dick Pruett took care of the Abe scoring. The next week, Sept. 23, Lincoln traveled to Aberdeen for a Capitol League game with the Bobf cats, and emerged the victor by 14f7. Harper scored both Abe touchdowns. Cn Cct. 7 Lincoln ventured to Yakima, wholloping them 27513. Harper and Elmore scored two touchdowns each. Cn Cct. 13 the Railsplitters sullered their only defeat of the season, bowing to the Olympia Bears 26f6. Ernie Altheimer scored the lone Abe touchf down. Cn Cct. 20 the Abes met Bellarmine in a City League contest. Lincoln trounced the Bells 46f6. Dick Zierman and Harry Harper scored two touchdowns while Bill Elmore, Ernie Altheimer and jerry Cecchi had one each. Cn Cct. 28 Lincoln crossed the bridge to Bremf erton and returned with a 1997 victory. Quarter' Dlapture City Crown llitle With Olynipia lack Doug McClary completed a pass to end Dick Zierman, good for 85 yards and a touchdown. larper and Elmore finished the scoring. Cn Nov. 1 the Abes got back into the Capitol League ac' ion by downing the Hoquiam Grizzlies l2fO. Har' ner scored both T.D.'s. The next week the Abes vent to Centralia, skinning the Tigers 27fO. Elmore cored two touchdowns while Altheimer and Har' mer rounded out the scoring. Un a very rainy Thanksgiving Day the Abes vound up a successful season by downing their 'rossftown rivals l9f0. A wet crowd saw the run' ling of Bill Elmore, Harry Harper, and Ernie Alf heimer turn the tide of the game. Chosen to the AllfCapitol League team were Dennis Cook and Harry Harper. Cn the second eam were Bill Elmore and Dick Zierman. Honorf ,ble mention went to Ernie Altheimer and Ralph ferguson. Un the AllfCity Team were Dennis Cook, Ralph ferguson, Bill Elmore and Harry Harper. Lettermen returning to build the foundation of mext year's squad are: Ralph Ferguson, Herman vlagnuson, Doug NlcClary, Royal Magnus, Evan Barker, Bob Keister, Dick Pruett, Jerry Cecchi, and Harry Anderson. ,..,. ,..,,,,..:. Q 15,-R 'N .. ...,, J f N A W ::,.: Q iw, at , . . I, , .-fW,, A www 'V l Q15 4'2"7W - i we f rams .ls Dick Zierman blocks for Bill Elmore in Hoqlgiam game. Managers-Herb Gartner, Dwight DeForres1, Ed Alirzns Ted Mantsful Gary Jczik Jerry Williams Royal Magnus Mike Weller Jim Walker Jim A, Jones Ralph Ferguson 5 Harry Harper chalks up T.D, against Bellarmine Gary Je-zek blocks in Bellarmine game. SEASON RECORD INDIVIDUAL SCORING OridfGofRound .... Lincoln Third T.D.'s Pts Linwln -------- 25 Stlidillm -------- 8 Elmore .... ---IO 2 conv. 62 Lincoln --- ---- 14 Aberdeen --- --- 7 Harper --- ----10 1 Conv' 61 Lmcoln "' '-" 27 Yaklma " "" 13 Altheimer -- --- 4 I conv. 25 Lincoln --- -- 6 Olympia ------ --26 , , , Zierman -- 3 18 Lincoln --- ---- 46 Bellarmine ------ 6 Lincoln --- ---- 19 Bremerton ------ 7 Barker "" ' 10 Conv' 10 Lincoln --- ---- I2 Hoquiam --- --- O Cecfhl "" '-' 1 1 CONV' 7 Lincoln --- ---- 27 Centralia --- --- 0 Pruitt -- --- l 6 Lincoln --- ---- 19 Stadium ---- --- O Iezek --- --- 1 6 Norm Mayer and Ed Schwarz hold City League Trophy. Dick Zicman, Ernie Altheimer and Harry Harper board brs for Br 5-I Reserve Fooiball Team-Larry Wilson, Dave Gosk, Stan King. Al Lima, Stan Palmer. Ari, Duccette, Jerry Ramsey, Bill Clark, Duncan Dupree. 2nd Row L. to R.-Gene Moore, Barnie Bowen, Ron Reise, Ron Schlosser, Ron Mriglot, Don Wakin, Paul Palmer, Carl Ortego, Gene Henkel, Marlowe Roesser, James Walsh, Coach. ZIICIS S HIS CIOW11 Winding up the 1955 Football Season with 4 wins and Z losses the Lincoln reserves, coached by jim VValsh, tied for the City Championship with Stadium. opl1sAVen e Loss Losing only one game, the yearling gridmen gained valuable experience and training this season that will enable them to provide the nucleus of next seasons reserve and varsity teams. C"hWlhhhh'bs d JM as t Oug t t elf e t an With some 40 eager boys to greet him, toughest game of the season was against Clymf pia from which Lincoln emerged the victor 13f6. "The real job of the reserves football team isn't to see how many games we can win, but to prepare the boys for the varsity team next year," stated Mr. Walsh. Cutstanding players on this year's squad were: Gene Moore, Dave Gosk, Ron Schlof cher, and Ron Mriglot. Coach Bill Mullen soon fashioned a team which lost only one game, that being to Sta' dium. Later in the season the Railsplitters avenged the loss by defeating the Tigers l9f1 3. The yearlings also posted wins over Bethel and Franklin Pierce, and fought to a tie with Puyallup and Stadium. Cutstanding players on the squad were: Iohn Kaules, Curtis Faulk, Ernest Owens, Bill Morrow, and Larry Swift. Sophomore Football Team-lst Row L. to R.-Tom Tipton, Henry Sicade, Larry Anderson, Larry Swift, Ted Darnell, Gerald Lawson. Bob Ruston, Bill Rose, Jim Witter. 2nd Row L. to R.-Ron Lampson, Russ Marihugh. Art Redford. Bill Morrow. Leonard Palmer, Bill Herbert, Bob Zaichkin, Marv Mc- Connell, Mgr. Frank Bellici. 3rd Row L. to R.-Coach Chuck Gilmur, George Pettitt, Jeff Terry. Ernie Owens, Curtis Faulk, John Kouklis. Jim Klippert, George Magoon, Bill Royse, Dale Stolzman, Mgr. Palmer Steiro, Coach Bill Mullen. 2 ww 55 ixunq. Dan Woodward receives inspirational award from Coach Dick Hannula. 150-yd. ind. medley race begins. wimmers City Champs 4th traight Year The Lincoln swimming team coached by Dick Hannula won its 4th straight city chamf pionship, beating Stadium by impressive scores of 'il to 26 and 52 to 25. Lincoln placed second in the final Capitol League standings and fourth in the state meet, which was held at the University of Wash' ington pool. The team finished a successful season with 8 wins and 3 losses. The mermen started the season by splash' ing past Aberdeen twiceg however, they lost two meets to Olympia, the state champions. Lincoln also posted wins over Vancouver, Hudson Bay and Longview, while the other only losses were to the University of Wash' ington Freshmen. Medley Relay sets new pool record. At the Capital League meet this year Linf coln had two first place winners: Ed Watkins won the 50 yard free style and the Medley Relay Team also took a first place. Don Def Greef took second in the 100 yard backstroke, Lincoln scored 5 8 points to take second place behind Glympia. Ed Watkins was the only winner for Lin' coln at the state meet. He won the SO yard freestyle. His time in the preliminaries of :24.9 seconds was good for a new school recf ord. Teammate Rhett Kirk finished a very close 4th in the event. CofCaptain Don DeGreef turned in a very fast time of 1:05 .6 seconds in the lO0fyard backstroke to take 2nd place. Reserves-lst Row L. to R.-Les Tavenner, Walt Teid, Vern Cavin. Dick Strickland, Tom Riley. 2nd Row L. to R.-Darryl Christensen, Mickey Welos, Larry Wilson. Bill Brooks, Wayne Johnston. 56 Medley Relayers et cl1ool Recor The 200 yard medley relay team had to settle for a close 2nd to Olympia. At the state meet, however, they established a new school record of 1:5 6.2 seconds for this event. Co' Captain Dan Woodward placed 'ith in the 100fyard breast stroke to finish the Lincoln scoring. Lettermen Tony Christensen, Wayne john' son, George Tyler, Gary Rasmussen and Mike Cutchley will be back next year to lead the way for the 195 7 squad. The reserve swimming team, although not having a very impressive record of 5 wins and 5 losses, was no disappointment to Coach Hannula as he pointed out that most of the meets were against varsity competition. He also stated that almost all of the ref serve swimmers were sophomores. Outstanding reserve swimmer was Les Lavenmer, who swam by all competition throughout the season in the 100 yard back' stroke. O J A-is 4 f '55 A X l , i f las . If.- i s vi gg x -cr- 6 E i e w T is ,if ,V - I I ,- ta m, , if 2, 'Inf ' fzf vf' ti '-sissy. .51 52" '5!'f ' f y 435 f ci vf1:g,g- if, W ilu , t w' -,fjg 'Pt 'fzfmf at ww ,Q A A -.f ,im a JS' H " L X ' r Y li1Q.fg2g,m- Ed Watkins Rhet Kirk Bill Bennett Cc ahh Divk Hannula Don DeGreef Gary Rasmussen Vic Holme Mike Critchley A1 Perry Dennis Twibell George Tyler Tony Christensen Wayne Johnston S 7 f .- ul? l Anas, X V , ,JY rf Q Q r as 58 JE? .W as V , 4 ,su M, r l ,Qmyy w,-,Al Left to Right-John Koulkis. Don McLeod. Railsplitter Wrestlers Capture City Title Under the experienced leadership of Coach Harry Bird, Lincoln won the city wrestling championship by defeating Stadium by impressive scores of 29f1l and 27f16. In the newly formed district meet Lincoln took three first places as Captain Velorie Kleinsasser, Jack Harding, and Dick Preutt won in their respective weight divisions. Lincoln placed a close second to Fife in the tournament. At the state tournament Lincoln had one state champion, Velories Kleinsasser. Kleinsasser finished the season undefeated and was elected honoring cap' tain of the team. The Reserve team went through another unbeaten season. They posted wins over Stadium, Fife, Bethel, and Puyallup. lst Row L. to R.-David McPhaden. Dick Gappa, Dave Kincaid. Frank Green, Don Wakin. 2nd Row L. to R.--Dick Lundahl, Bill Newton, Oscar Gerth, Bill Kirk. Jim Coggen. Jim Ehrler, Brian Currah. 3rd Row L. to R.-Dave McPhaden. Larry Anderson, Art Redford, Chuck Pruett, Roy Ewen, Dick Elliott, manager. l at 'af :E 75: 22. - X ., K Left side, top tn bottom-Coach Harry Bird, Alan Roberts, Jack Harding, if E, Chuck Wylder, Dale Stolzman. - ,gy f Right side, top to bottom-Valories Kleinsasser. Lea McMillan. Royal ref' s Magnus, Dick Pruett, Ralph Ferguson. ,,,,.gf' P fp 4 ' fif-'.,1s:2?iXewz,:w V' ' V f w retr Ardeen Iverson puts up shot against Stadium. Iverson Receives Inspirational Awar Because of his ability to boost the morale of the team when they were down in the dumps, Ardeen Iverson was awarded the 195 6 Basket' ball Inspirational Award. He received the award at the annual basketball banquet sponsored by the Lincoln Lion's Club at Victor's, April 13. Ardeen Iverson holds Lions Club Inspirational Trophy. In addition to receiving the Inspirational award, Ardeen was the only Lincoln player to earn a place on the allfCity team. Ardeen began playing basketball on the Abe Varsity when he was only a sophomore. This year he was the sparkplug of the team in the drive for the city title. Besides having his name inscribed on the per' manent showcase trophy along with former win' ners, Ardeen received a smaller personal trophy. At the banquet each of the hoopsters was greeted when he arrived, then introduced to a club member who would serve as his host for the evening. Varsity lettermen attending the banquet were Ierry Hartley, Harry Anderson, Dick Nelson, Ed Tingstad, Wally Erdahl, Lynn Larson, Roger Coleman, and Herman Magnuson. Others who attended the banquet were Sophomore Coaches, Norm Mayer and Bill Mullen, and E. R. Schwarz, athletic director. 59 Coach Chuck Gilmur Loren Hildebrand, manager Herman Magnuson Jerry Hartley Hoopsters Place econd 111 Cityg Lincoln finished the 1956 basketball season with a record of 'S wins and 15 losses. The Abes placed 2nd in the City League race with a 2f4 record and tied for fifth place in the Capitol League wfth 2 wins and 8 losses. Linccln's lack of height was perhaps the deciding factor in the outcome of most of the games. Lincoln's chances for the state tournament were halted this year as the disf trict tournament has been eliminated. In previous years the parochial chamf pions met with Lincoln and Stadium with the winner going to the State tour nament. This year the iirst place team in the Capitol League automatically went to the state. The second place team met the parochial champs with the winner automatically getting the Znd berth. Captain Ardeen Iverson, senior guard, was named to the A11fCity team and received honorable mention on the Al1fCapitol League five. Harry Anderson, Abe center, received honorable mention on the Al1fCity squad. Iverson also won the scoring honors for the second year in a row. He scored 100 Held goals and 29 free throws for a total of 229 points. He was followed by Anderson with 66 iield goals and 66 free throws totaling 198 points. Dick Nelson scores against Stadium Lincoln and Hoquiam scramble for ball. Capt, Ardeen Iverson full Build For Brighter Future Rounding out the Abe scoring were Wally Erdahl with 105 points, Ed Tingf stad, 80: Dick Nelson, 72, Lynn Larson, 63, jerry Hartley, 40, Herman Mag' nuson, 31, and Roger Coleman, 22 points. Wally Erdahl led the team in the rebound department with 150. He was followed by Anderson with 114, Iverson, 63, Nelson, 48, Magnuson, 35 g Larf son, 29, Hartley, 20, and Coleman, 11. Lincoln's future looks a little brighter as Coach Chuck Gilmur has four reg' ular lettermen returning to next year's squad. They are Harry Anderson, Wally Erdahl, Ed Tingstad, and Herman Magnuson. Also returning are outstanding reservists Roger Coleman, jerry Hartley, and Reuben Schadler. Earning varsity letters this year were Ardeen Iverson, senior guard, Dick Nelson, senior forward, Lynn Larson, senior forward, Harry Anderson, lunior center, Wally Erdahl, junior forward, Ed Tingstad, junior forward, jerry Hartf ley, junior guard, and Roger Coleman, junior guard. Loren Hildebrand also won a varsity letter as the team manager. Wally Erdahl puts up a hook shot. Wally Erdahl Ed Tingstad Wally Erdahl grabs rebound. Harry Anderson in jump ball against Cent X i I 'wo 1 1 5 h 1 L I l 1 I Ardc-on Iverson drives fo I I ' l P l cl Th ' cl ' H G R LIIICO 11 ace lf 1I1 OOP' O' 01111 Lincoln Clover Park -- Lincoln ..-..... 37 Centralia Liliwlli Puyallup --- Lincoln ..... .--- 54 Bellarmine Lincoln Remfm ---- Lincoln ........ 41 Hoquiam Iilmoin S 'Eu' Lincoln ....- ---S4 Stadium - inco n ran in icrce L' ' cl ........ 44 O1 1 - Lincoln LTDC2l ...... Linwln M ympli Lincoln Stadium --- lmo U -"-" "M Q Cemmhd Lincoln Bellarniinc --- Lmwln '-""-' 32 Hoqumm Lmwln Aberdeen ---- Lincoln ........ 59 Bellarmine Lincoln Olympia 0- Lincoln .....L .--38 Stadium - I First Row L. to R.-Al Lima, Doug McC1ary. Larry Hartman, Syl- First Row L. to R.-Bob MacDicken, Bob Ruston. Stan Palmer, Bill vester James, Jim Klippert. Second Row L. to R.-Dwight DeFor- Clark. Second Row L. to R.-Clyde Abbott, Ervin Marlow, Ron f B y Bowen, Bill Marlowe, Norman McCann, D. Taylor. S hlosser, Don Mork, Jerry Williams. Bob Keister, Norm Martin. Bruce Kelly, Jim Walker, Jerry McDonough. OP OIHOIC TGELIHS Have l1CCeSf11l SCEISOIIQ Reserves Prepare For Varsity Team Positions 56 Coach Bill Mullen led his Sophomore Blacks to a season's record of 8 wins and 6 losses. Outstanding players were jerry Williams and Gene Henkel. Wilf liams averaged over 20 points per game. Hustling their way to a successful season were the Sophomore Colds, coached by Norm Mayer. Outf standing for the Colds were Doug McClary and Allen Lima. Much of the success of Lincoln's varsity basket' ball team next year depends on the improvement shown by this year's reserves. Under the direction of Coach .lim Walsh, these young hoopsters gained a full season of game experif ence on the Abe reserve squad. Starting slowly, but improving steadily as the season progressed, they scored victories over Bellarf mine, Aberdeen, and Clympia. Two junior reservists, center Reuben Schadler and forward Charles Moore, showed enough improvef ment to warrant romotion to the varsity squad for P the last few games of the year. RESERVE SCCRES Lincoln Clover Park -- Lincoln Puyallup -- Lincoln C'Dea ...... Lincoln Renton ..... Lincoln Franklin Pierce Lincoln O'Dea ...... Lincoln Stadium --- Lincoln Bellarmine --- Lincoln Aberdeen .... Lincoln .......... 5 5 Olympia ........ Lincoln .... 4 8 Centralia ........ 5 9 Lincoln .... 44 Bellarmine ....... 49 Lincoln .... 28 Hoquiam -r .... 41 Lincoln .... 44 Stadium --- ----5 4 Lincoln .... 60 Aberdeen ........ 70 Lincoln .... 42 Clympia --- ----25 Lincoln .... 5 5 Centralia -- .... 5 9 Lincoln .... 37 Hoquiam -- .... 50 Lincoln .... 5 1 Bellarmine ....... 33 Lincoln .... 5 1 Stadium --- ----5 6 First Row L R.-Bill Rose, Jim Moore, Dave Robinson. Reuben Chadler. Second Row L. to R.-John Hanson. Dave Gosk, Bill Good- man, Jim Jones, Mike Bickfgrgi QVISSI-Howard, Dean Haner, Coach 63 1"- Head Coach Bill Mullen Reserve Coach Harry Bird Ken Jones Ron Georger inco n Baseballers Boasting one ofthe iinest teams in the school's histor , Lincoln this ear has a varsit baseball Y Y Y team well on its way to winning the City and Ca ital Lea ue cham ionshi s as the Lincolnian P H P P goes to press. Coach Bill Mtillen started the season with only three experienced lettermen, but a host of talented juniors and sophomores came along to successfully iill vacated positions. Y NP' Al Lima Dave Gosii Jim Jones Don McLeod Field inning Squa 5 The Abes pitching stall' was unquestionably the best in the state. Ron Goerger, brilliant sef nior lefthander, had already racked up three nof hit games with the season hardly half over. Ken' ny jones proved an able partner for Goerger, hurling several impressive shutouts. These two were backed up by Roger Coleman and George Tyler, junior righthanders. Catching chores were handled capably by sophomore Don McLeod and junior Dick Pruett. Al Lima scores against Bellarmine, Zebikffis is assess 2-X 6-ii waging Y Jerry Cecchi George Tyler Managers: Dwight DeForrest, Dave Homier, Dick Gordon. Nearin TWO-Lea ue ln an unfortunate accident, Stuart Peterson, regular catcher at the outset of the season, was struck on the head by a pitched ball and sidef lined for the remainder of the campaign. The infield was the big question mark as the season began, but sophomores and juniors filled the positions more than adequately. jim A. jones did a fine job at first base and came through with his share of basefhits. Heavy 'Wm Dick Pruett Herman Magnuson Roger Colcman Vern Howard Title At Press ime hitting Herm lvlagnuson was the regular second sacker, while sophs Al Lima and Dave Gosk hlled the bill at shortstop and third, respectively. Letterman jerry Cecchi spearheaded the out' field from his center iiield slot. Goerger, jones, and Coleman also saw duty in the outer gardens when not pitching. Losing only two men from this year's edition, chances appear bright for another winning team next year. Ken Jones and Ron Georgcr, Lincoln Senior Lefthanders, 67 4 i . Q1 8 Diifk PPUSU ISGS Off- Ken Jones beats out a single. Jim Jones Shows batting form. Jerry Cecchi hits for Lincoln. -ww... K. -igw W A A Wm 'iw LJMN0 new "7 Z l 41' Reserve Team-First Row L. to R.-Gene Swanson, Jim Klippert, Dave Thrall, Doug McClery. Second Row, L. lo R.AB0b Keister, Stan King. Mike Bickford, Bill Goodman. Frank Bellici, Manager. 66 .X N..-K,-' Varsity Golf Team-First Row L. to R,-Dave Dempski Gordon Flat- Gordon Flattum demonstrates swing as Lynn Larson watches. lu'n Tc Trowbricl e, Secrnd Ro L. to R.-Ervin Marlows, Dave , , rry g w Feldman, Lynn Larson, Coach Norm Mayer. Ch uck Karst and Ron Reise demonstrate correct style. Varsity Tennis Team-lst Row L. to R.-Jim Harrington, Ron Reise. Chuck Karst, John Durkee. 2nd Row L. to R.-Loren Hildebrand, Coach Wally Scott, John Faulkner. Linlzslnen Battle For Lea ue Champions ip Netmen tart Gut Capital Lea ue tron Coached for the first time by Norm Mayer, this year's golf team is holding its own in the race for the capital and city league championships. So far this year the team has played seven matches, winning 2, losing 4, and tying 1. Heading the Lincoln linksmen this year are Seniors Lynn Larson, first man, Terry Trowbridge, second man, and Gordon Flattum. Others rounding out the team are Dave Dempsky, Ervin Marlow, and Dave Feldman. This season Lincoln's home golf course is Allen' more, however, it doesnt seem to be their luckiest. Out of the 6 meets held there Lincoln won 2. Two of the other four were practice matches. With the season not yet completed, Lincoln's golf' ers hope to improve their meet record. Under the sharp eye of Wally Scott the Lincoln tennis team has succeeded in winning Z of it's 3 Cap' itol League games so far this season. .Coach Scott stated that if the team could have some suitable courts nearer the school, they would be able to get more practice and therefore improve the team. Heading the tennis squad this year are Chuck Karst, most consistant winner, and Loren Hildenf brand, and john Durkee, the most improved players since last year. Cthers rounding out this year's team are Ron Riese, John Faulkner, Dale lvlorgan, and jim Har' rington. Mr. Scott has coached tennis here at Lincoln for 15 years, starting in 19344946 and again from 1951+ 1956. 67 4 V' T - , . . X A M. .La f A - g - ag.: ,g 9, 'K C miss ' - . - f as Top left-Jerry Elmore. Jeff Terry and Bill Elmore running the 100-yard dash. inclermen Enter Capital, City Heading the Lincoln thinclads in his first year as varsity track coach, .lim Vy'alsh, former New jersey State College athlete, has had rough going so far this season, coaching 7 track meets in which Lincoln won 1 and lost 6. Help' ing Mr. Walsh with the coaching chores this year is Chuck Cilmur, Held coach. Most of this year's track team consists of sophomores and juniors. Conf sistant winners on this year's track team are Duwayne Rader, ace miler, who has lost only one dual race in his three years at Lincoln and has the fast time of 4:34.4 seconds so far this season is trying for a new city record. Tom Knight, in his third year as a Lincoln thinclad, has lost only '7 races in dual competition in the three years of competing. Cary Iezek, three year letterman, has been improving constantly in the discus event and so far has thrown the platter 142 feet 4 inches. Denis Cook and Ralph Ferguson are winners in the shot put: each throw' ing the weight about 45 feet. Left side, top to bottom--Bill Elmore, Dale Stolzman. Jeff Terry, Ralph Ferguson. Acrcss bottom, left to right-Larry Anderson, James Coggins, Coach Chuck Gilmur and Coach Jim Walsh. Fred Doane, Jerry Williams. Bob Brown, Stan Palmer. Right side, top to bottom--Gary Jezek, Duane Rader, Jerry Elmore. Bill Rose. Bottom Row left to right-Loren Donahue, Don Smith, John Kouklis, William Wilbur. Top Row left to right-Melvin Johnson, Duane DeForest, Dave Jackman, George Pettitt, Dick Elliott. Jim E. Jones, manager. Led UCS Undef New Coac jerry Williams, Stan Palmer, jeff Terry, and Larry Anderson have been the sophomore standouts so far this season and will probably be the nucleus of next year's track team. Ardeen lverson, who is trying out for the first time this year, has made good in the broad jump, having jumped over 20 feet in practice. Fred Doane, a senior, in his first season of track has been a consistant point winner in the 880. Rhett Kirk, also a senior, has been a steady point winner in the discus and the 220 yard dash. Bob Brown, junior sprinter, was number one man in the 220 year dash, and Bob Olson was on last year's record breaking relay team at the state meet. Senior john Kalivas has run the mile behind Rader for three years and has improved a great deal since his sophomore year. John has earned a letter for three years. This year Lincoln is losing seven seniors, however, their places will be filled by eager sophomores and juniors. 'Q-v ,hc ki -M., Tom Sonnemon's championship basketball team. Dick Svinth and Fred Doane jump for ball, lst Row L. to R.-Gary Ratzloff, Stan Lesnick. 2nd Row L. to R.- Bob Reed. Fred Doane. Jim Kelly. Intramural coach Dick Hannula, 711 lntramura S Offer Majors and minor sports for the experienced athlete or the beginner were offered to Lincoln boys as the schools intramural sports program ccmf pleted another successful year. The yearfround program under the direction of Dick Hannula, contained a wide range of activities. Fivefman basketball, wrestling and swimming were offered during the fall semester while tbreef man basketball, water polo, lifefsaving, and def cathlon were carried on in the spring semester. Fivefman basketball teams played in an evenly' 3-man Basketball-L. to R.-Reuben Schadler, Jerry Lawson, Bob Gower, Reed Cooper, Norman Martin, Bill Eyers, Todd Cornish, Bob Brown, Vic Holmes. John Kelly. Ed Tingstad. Dick Beddoe, Brian Peterson, Royal Magnus training for decathlon, Intramural Basketball actmn Athletic Variet matched league. Anyone but a varsity basketball letterman was eligible to participate. After a tough battle, a team captained by Tom Sonneman cap' tured the championship. Intramural wrestling and swimming gave enthuf siastics in these sports a chance to "tune up" before the regular season turnouts began. Several fine new varsity prospects have been unearthed in this prof gram. Threefman basketball drew a sizeable turnout. An 8fteam league was organized and teams played every day after school. Intramural Water polo. Intramural Swimmers-lst Row L. to R.-Bill Brooks. Gary Rasmus- sen, Bob Calvin, Gene Tallmau, Walt Reid. 2nd Row L. to R.-Mike Critchley, Denny Twibell, Bill Kirk, Bill Bennatt. Darryl Christensen Varsity Rifle Team--lst Row L. to R.-Stan Katkansky. Bob Sullivan. Ed Phenicie, Dail Gunns. 2nd Row L. to R.-Coach Jack McLin, Karen Martin, Carol Snavely, Lucille Siler, Bill Perrin. Varsity, Girls' Rifle Under the enthusiastic direction of Coach jack McLin, the Lincoln rifle team won three of four matches in the National Postal competition with high schools from Indiana and Iowa. In home competition, Lincoln placed high in four sixfway matches with Everett, Stadium, Franklin Pierce, Clover Park, and Sumner. In the National Rifle Association Northwest Washington Sectional Tournament held at the Point Defiance range in which 17 highly talented teams from all over the State were entered. Lincoln sharp' shooters placed ninth. Making up the varsity squad were Bob Sullivan, Bill Perrin, Dale Gunns, Coral Snavely, Karen Marf tin, Ed Phenicie, Lucille Siler, and Stan Katkansky. Teams S ow lzill By displaying fine shooting skill against all oppof sition this year, the Lincoln High Girls' team finished the season second in a sixfway meet with Sumner, Everett, Stadium, Clover Park, and Franklin Pierce. Those on the girls' team were Coral Snavely, Karen Martin, Lucille Siler, Georgean Warner, and Judy Diseth. Lincoln's reserve rifle team captured first place against City League opponents, also winning first place in a sixfway meet with Franklin Pierce, Stadium, Clover Park, Sumner, and Everett. Sharpshooters making the reserve team were riflers Alex Perrin, Judy Diseth, Georgean Warner, Bob Barwell, Richard Weightman, Ray Dove, and Dick Archer. Reserve Rifle Team-lst Row L. to R.-Bob Barwell, Georgean Warner, Judy Diseth, Ray Dove. 2nd Row L. to R.-Dick Archer, Alex Perrin. 72 Gym Directors-Miss Helen Clarke. Mrs. Vivian Sterling, Mrs. Jessie Waters, irls Disp ay Good Lea ers ip Ability Under the direction of Mrs. Jessie Waters and Mrs. Vivian Sterling, the Girls' Physical Education Instructors, the student leaders smoothly and elliciently carried out the job of helping the gym instructors. The junior and senior girls who are the leaders must have the ability to coach and referee, and above all have good sportsmanship, and be capable leaders. This year the job of teaching the sophomore health classes has been shared by Miss Helen Clarke and Mrs. Jessie Waters. ln the past the health and physical education program has been rotated from health to gym and then to swimming. This year the sophomores have the opportunity of having health for a complete semester with gym and swimming the remaining semester. The health education teachers feel that they now have more time to devote to the various health subjects which before were only briefly discussed. Top row-B. Evenson. J. DeMars, K Manfull, C. Bartell, C. Zierman. 73 Gym Assistants - Bollom row - J. YQA9' Q' ' ' i Cootes, C. Miller, D. Dean, D. Lom- ' F if bardo, P. Gibb, D. Tullis. Middle row v. V , -M, Engelhardt, L. Meyer, G, War- ne ner, M. Blair, M. Wells, C. Hager, M. 3, . Barcus, J. Valen, J. Kuchenmeister. K . Volleyball-Row I-M. Andersen. N. Bashey. Standing-D. Apthorp. Basketball-Row l-A. Spencer, E. Marinig, Standing-J. Christensm E. Marinig, P, Scott, J. Valen. A. Spencer. M. Anderson, N. Reinvik. S. Meeker. ports Provide Recreation, Awards, For A great variety of sports are ollered to girls turning out after school for Lincoln's athletic program. The girls participating in these team and individual sports earn points for their chef nille letter and gold pin, and also L.L.L. mem' bership. Beginning the girls' sport program in the fall was volleyball. This year the seniors, captained by Marilee Andersen, won all their games to win the championship. Enough girls for 12 teams turned out for bas' ketball. Two teams came very close to being champions, but finally the seniors, captained by Amie Spencer, won the title. Each team lost one game and then had several playoffs to determine the winner. Archery contest winner-wMarjorie Moller. Tumbling-M. Blair. M. Bolton. 7'-I f 1 . ., , - f .V xxx af 1' 4.-st Q Q, K.. .a-45 - Baseball-G. Warner. P. Scott, J. Sullkosky. D. Apthorp. Swimming-N. Bashey, C. Hager, M. Blair. L. Myres. Girls ln Various eam and Individual Play Softball ended the season of sports with 6 teams in full swing. Having won the champion' ship by winning all of their games during the season were the juniors, who are this year's se' niors. They were captained by Pam Scott and jo' Anne Sullkosky. "Let's rally for service" was said many times by Kaye Engler and Earlyse Allen who won the ping pong doubles championship, and by Debbie Dean, singles champion. Tennis-M. Andersen. nn., -vs. Besides turning out for after school swimming, there were girls who turned out for the swimf ming team. The two top swimmers on the team were Nancy Bashey with 20 points and Patt Lautermilch with 17 points. Both tennis and archery were well represented this spring. Tennis playoffs were played during the week and on weekends in various courts. Ping Pong-D. Dean. K. Engler, E. Allen. YY! 75' Top Row-left to right-Strike one!! Down go the heads-up go the feet. Middle Row-left to right--Girls practice vollying. A might swing of the racket Bottom-Posture parade contestants. Winner. Sandie Toombs. rcccixes award from Mr. Hagcr. Posture Para e Again this year the Lincoln Letter Lassies sponf sored their annual posture parade. judges for the event were Miss Helen Clarke, Mrs. Lily Smith, Dick Hannula and Robert Hagen, Director of Physical and Health Education. Sandra Toombs, sophomore, was chosen first place wlnner from a field of twenty hopeful girls. Runners up were Pat Gladwell, senior, second place, lfonna Nikeferoif, sophomore, third place, and sophomores Barbara Roberts and Nikki Andall honorable menf tions. The parade was held Thursday, April 26, in the girls' gym. Any girl wishing to enter the parade could do io, as it was open to all Lincoln girls. 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Quill, croll Rc-:war S Deservin ournalists To reward Lincoln journalism students for their outstanding scholarship, leadership, character, and service is the purpose of the Quill and Scroll Society, an international honorary organization for high school iournalists. Criteria for membership are: a junior standing with one hundred inches of copy or ads published prior to , time of application, quality of work to be reviewed and passed by the Executive Secretary of Quill and Scrollg approval of journalism advisor, and grades in the upper third of the class. This year's initiation of new members was a larger affair than last year as it was held jointly with Clover Park, Franklin Pierce, and Stadium at the Tacoma Public Library on january 30. Seven candles, symbolizing the aims and aspiraf tions of a journalist, were lit during the ceremony to install 13 Lincolnites into the honorary journalistic society. The candle, truth, was defined as a writer's byflaw, a blueprint or guide to follow when writing. From truth were lighted the candles of opportunity, lead' ership, loyalty, enlightenment, and friendship. In years to come each member will look with pride upon the small goldffilled Quill and Scroll pin and ref member the impressive ceremony that climaxed his journalistic endeavors for membership' Student writers participate in the candlelight ceremony. -After ceremony, Lincolniies pose with their "candles of truth." 79 'hiv' Lincoln News Editorial Staff, Bottom Row-J. Faulkner, L. Roshau, co-feature editor: D. Cavanah. co-feature editor: J. Bucklin. editor- in-chiefg A. Spencer, associate editor: E. Marinig. co-sports editor: J. Walters, co-sports editor. Row 2-J. Contris, adviser: M. Butts. L. Smith, exchange editor: F. Merriman, D. Hagerty. F. Doane. D. Bed aloe. managing editor: J. Hoffman, F. Gates. Lincoln News Business Staif-Row 1-M. Trom- ness, J. Irwin, C. Watkins, B. Blair. C. From, M. Menge, C. Miller. Row 2 -J. Contris, adviser: B. Wilbur, C. Boje, D. Lew- ellyn, B, Hill, D. Thomas. W. Wilbur, A. Carlson, business adviser. Row 3- T. Bamford, G. Coombs. E. Teutscher, C. Hall. J. Faulkner, B, Eyres, M. Freytag, K. Marth. LeftFJean Buckin in- spects make-up with printer, Ed Rickert. O K a News Maintains ourna isms' Traditions Carrying out the tradition of basic high school journalism the Lincoln News Staff works dilif gently to inform the students of all school actif vities and events. Under the advisorship of joe Contris the newstaffers apply their knowledge of the fundaf mentals of journalism at the South Tacoma Star each Wednesday night as they lay out pages, write headlines, and correct copy. This year the staff worked under jean Buckf lin, editorfinfchiefg Amie Spencer, associate edif Stu torg Dick Beddoe, managing editor: Larry Rosh' au and Dave Cayanah, coffeature editorsg Elaine Marinig and jim Walters, cofsports editorsg and Louise Smith, exchange editor. Carrying out the iinancial responsibilities of the paper by soliciting and writing ads is the news business staii under the leadership of Wayne Wilbur, business manager. This year the business staff members com' peted for a steak dinner which was awarded to the staiier who sold the greatest number of ads. tall Hopes Annual Malees All-Anierican With high hopes of having this year's Lincolnian classified as an AllfAmerican annual, the '56 staff worked tirelessly in trying to make this year's book the best yet. Their job was not an easy one. There were many things to do in preparation that people do not real' ize when they enjoy an annual. There are themes to select, layouts to make, and copy to write. All these must be done with speed and efficiency. The staff also published the Lynx Logs which helped to pay for the small expense. Under the guidance of Mrs. Lily Smith, editorial adviser, Arthur Carlson, business adviserg and Amie Spencer, EditorfinfChiefg the stall not only worked together to meet the publication deadline, but also studied the many complicated processes involved in the production of a yearbook. Commercial pictures were taken by Richards Studio, and Bill Eyres and jim Amdal, student phof tographers, who took all action and classroom picf tures. Stall editors include Amie Spencer, Marilee Anf dersen, Elaine Marinig, jean Hoffman, Ken jones, Judy Putman, and Gail LeBeau. Serving as book' keeper for this year was Waldine Margeson. Lincolnian Staff-Row 1-K. Jones, sports edi- torg E. Marinig, classes editor: M. Anderson. 5 administration editor: A. Spencer, editor-in- Q chiefg J. Hoffman, activities editor: J. Geer. girls' sports editor, J. Putman, clubs editor G. LeBeau. exchange editor. Row 2-A. Carl- son. business adviser: E. Kuntz, J. Bucklin. J Gue1fBTosLSithSMlkJ M-nys... Y, . pp , . m . . 8 HC y, . Sullkosky, K. Barclay, N. Moore, W. Marge- son. Mrs. L. Smith, adviser. Row 3-B. Eyres W. Wilbur, J. Faulkner, D. Cavanah. Left-Student Photographers-J. Amdal and Q B. Eyres. Right-Editors advise cutting of pictures for annual. Sl l Band-7Row 1-G. Wirth. M. McConnell, K. NONOH. E. Paul, D. Hibberl, D. Erickson. Row 2-T. Doane, M. Waite, R. Wadsworth. J. Klippert, H. Langlow, N. AR9lHVlk, L. FIX, D. Greenleaf. Row 3-B. Geeson, D. Olson, BHShey, D. Innocenti, W. Proctor, L. Labertew. B. Dergan. Row 4-B. Taravella, R. Griftm, G. Ohlmger, IN. Berger, D. Beddoe, Cox, R. Bergqulst, I. Gallagher, R. Cummings, J. Devish, L. Lusier, G. Tallman, G. Ewen, D. Guthrie. Row 5-B. West, B, Luton, B. Jones, B. MacDicken, D. Bennett, L. Hxprneskplig, Fields, Row li-L. Botley, D. Strickland, L, Peterson, G. Beardslee, D. an 0 Elf! Jllrg. MCIH CIS of BHHCT FOIIH New Chain 61' IISCIIILIC This year select band members formed a chamber band, for the first time at Lincoln. ln this type of band there is usuf ally only one person to a part from each section. They play modern, higher standard of music than a full band. Several band members journeyed to Spokane for the Washf ington Music Educators Association Convention which was held in February. Some of their outside activities included performances at Gault, Gray, Stewart, McCarver, and Baker Junior High Schools, the Daffodil Parade, and the Graduation Exercises. The band also played a.t most of the football games. The officers of this group helped Robert Dezell, band di' rector, in making this year's band one of the best. Gfficers for the year were Roy Cummings, presidentg Nancy Bashey, vice' president, and Dorothy Hibben, secretary. Dick Beddoe was drum major. Newly organized Chamber Band performs at assembly for Lynx. Musicians, Tom Doane, Bob Dergan, and Ben Taravella, practice for the coming Daffodil Parade. 82 D. Hibben. N. Johnson. and M. Waite practice during their study halls for coming concert. O Lynux Ofghegtra P1'0V1 es After c'aE?'6if.Sl2.i?i2 323215535Qa?E2E?fu'ie.3iTgan and Music at Cliool Functions Through the efforts of its very capable director, Mr. Robert Dezell, this year's Lincoln orchestra has developed into one of the Hnest high school orchestras in the state. Some of this year's activities included appearances at The Western Washington Fair, several junior high school Christmas Vespers, the MidfWinter and Spring Concerts. In the early part of March, Lincoln sent 9 orchestra repref sentatives to the AllfState Band, Orchestra and Chorus Festif val in Spokane. Those who played in the orchestra were Karen Barclay, Sue Berger, Roy Cummings, Joe Devish, Linda Donlon, Terry Donlon, Nancy Johnson, Janice Pendergrast, and Lyman Peterson. This year Mr. Dezell had the honor of being the conductor and organizing chairman of the Puget Sound Festival Crchestra, of which 26 were Lincolnites. These players were selected on their playing ability in their own school orchestras. The orchestra has had a wonderful year and has contributed much to the school and community. May 4th was the annual Spring Concert in which Janice Pendergrast, Roy Cummings, and Terry Donlon were three of the feature soloists. Carrying out the duties of orchestra oillcers were Nancy Johnson, president: Zona Jennings, secretary: Linda Donlon, treasurer: and Penny Gregg, publicity chairman. oft Orchestra-Row 1-J. Pendcrgrast. J. Carlson, K. Maris, P. Gregg. Row 2-N. Taylor. V. Hall, P. Murray. M. Munlz, S, Lind. M. Garman. N. Johnson. C. Rogers, J. Dahl. Row 3-S. Berger, C. Taylor. J. Graham. E. Martin, C. Chapman. M. Zevenbergen, M. Walsh. T, Donlon. Z. Jennings. K. Barclay, M. McWhirter. Row 4-R. Lenarz, N. Hulscher. D. Erickson. E. Paul, G. Wirth. K. Norton. D. Hibben, M. Waite, T. Doane, C. Holmes. Row 5-B. Bergan, G. Ohlinger. D. Greenleaf. D. Beddoe. A. Cox. R. Bergquisl, I. Gallagher, Row 6-B. MacDicken. B. West, D. Bennett, J. Jevish, R. Cummings, B, Tara- vella, D. Strickland. 83 aa., 1 . if Choir-fStandingJfL. Tlppie. C. Patter- l son, D. Stetzer, D. Stageberg, C. Clubb, E. v Meyers, J. Brown, A. Perry. D. Arf- man, B. West, F. Black. H. Bassi, G Oass, B. Brown, B. Barnes. D. Owens. B. Ried. T. Taylor. J. Novak, K. Rams- field, D. Lorass, L. Snydal, A. Doucett, K. Reid, D. Campbell, J. Ryan. D. Sup- pes. J. Gill, F. Woods, M. Miller. J. Hystad, D. Gordon. CSeatedJ-Row 1- S. Gay. V. Lindstrom, L. Peterson, C Lombardo, K. Lust, K. Ludgate. Row 2 -J. Jensen, M. Bennet, B. Kroening, R. Branchick, S. Ssheels, D. Hampton Row 3-J. Murphy, B. Pearl, J. Roberts, C. Ferguson. M. Markert. Row 4-D. Sellers. D. Simons, J. LaRue, N. Heihn. Row 5-V. Thetford, A. Wilcox, A. Ber- inger, C. Benham. Choir-Left-Glenn Bergh directs the choir during an assembly. Right-Choir members relax after teaching sophomores "Dear Lincoln." 'fi' C oir, Glees Have Busy Year itla New Leader This year the A Cappella Choir was under the very capable direction of Mr. Glenn Bergh, the new choir director. One of the activities of the choir included a tour to the Western Wzishingtoii College of Education in Bellingham, with the orchestra, where they per' formed. They also made appearances at several schools on the way home. The choir had a large part in the MidfWinter Concert, the Christmas Vespers, and the Spring Concert. The Beginning Boys and Girls Glees, Advanced Glees and lunior Choir members have participated in many programs and many members ol these S4 groups will someday become A Cappella Choir members. The A Cappella Choir ofhcers this year were: Ken Reid, presidentg Carl Clubb, first vicefpresif dent, Gene Cass, second vicefpresident: Cathy Ludf gate, treasurer: Vivian Thetford, corresponding secretary: Aneta Beringer, recording secretary: Al Perry, business manager: Carol Benham, publicity directorg Diane Sellers, room chairmang Donna Gordon, music chairman, Arlene Wilccix and Bob Brown, robe chairmen. The section leaders were: Laura Tippie, soprano: Beverly Kroening, altog Judy Murphy, tenor: Carl Clubb, baritone: and Gene Cass, bass. k1Ji+.,nl4'ff, i ns' gf, A Y-gi-,2 iL,qh-in .M Boys' Glee-Row l-L. Coffin. J. Morgan. G, Fleck, J. Van Ham, R. Gohen, R. Bucholtz, T. McLeod, J. Longonzo, Row 2-B. Wilbur, D, Dunlap, P. Steiro B. Reed, J. Wiles. E. Jackl, B. Currah, D, Noel. Row 3-B. Freeman, G, Hopkins, D, Pellegrini. B. Goodman. S. Spinny. T, Darnell, L. McKee. T. McCloud Girls' Advanced Glue-Row l-L. Miller. G. Mathews, E. Cortesi, J. Gray, C. Miller, C, Hallock, G. Torgeson. J. Conner, R. Taylor, V. Skladony, S. Miner Row 2-J, Srsen, VY. Ethriclge. P, Iverson. D. Mehegan, S. Nelson, L. Thompson. Row 3-L. Tippie, B. Richmond, J, Johnson, G. Holland. M. Vincent. M Fatland. G. Williams, K. Pigott, J. Faulk. P. Gladwell, R. Tompkins, S. Alexander. G' I ' B 'nnin Glec-Row I-B. Meske, S. Clavbereer, D. Deatherage. C. Neuman, A, Green, I. Nystedt. S, Fick. B. Wheeler. V. Olson. L. Sircello lr s cgi g N Row 2-E. Warren, J. Fain, L Loyd, P, Brown. J, Rider. P, Carns, C. Lavender, P. Sorenson, V. Murphy, B. Robinson. Row .4-B. Tavnt. K, Cord. J Skelton. C. Wilhelm, J. Parr, S. Moss, C. Graham, C, Shinaberger. C. Johnson, L. Sundahl, P. Smyth, Row 4-S. Holmes, M. Purdy, M. Hansen. M, Lee S. Dursnia. M Blair. M. Sather, S. Hreha, C. Snyder. D. Jones. R. Jones. J. Murphy. Junior Choir-Ron l-K. Buckberger. M. Kent, S. Kuenzli, D. Severnak, K. Myhre. J, Singleton, M. Fatland. P. L-indskog. D Marusli. N. Gilbertson, C Nadau, L Baron, T. Mootes. E, Serfozo, D. Jones, M, VValker, L. Brassey, Row 2-M, Lund, C, McDaniel, G. Gustafson. P. Perry, G, Good. D. Collamore - . 3 ' - , - 1 ,- S Meeker J LaRue P Murrav, J. Cook. J. Riser, H, Moore. J. Paul, J, Peer. C. Ludgate, P, Fette. B. Kroenmg, B. Srsen. I. Owings. Rom .1-M. Nam Cuaig. J. Hystad, L. Holler. N. -Nelson, R. Weber, J. Christianson, S, Gislason, N. Lundquist, D. Nekeferoff, J.A Maijala, E. Peddersen, M, Vitnont, A, Ul- van, J, LaRue, H. Hansen, B. Herbert. R, Mriglot. Row 4-T. Doane, F. Woods, D. Stageberg, B. Reed, C, Fllntotl, J. Carroll, B. Young. R. Kovacs. B Barnes. F, Luchino. K. Cox. B, Fauske, N. McCann, L, McKenzie. J. Van Ham, D. Ruebenson, B. Henthorn, J. Novak, T. Taylor. H? adriga ingers oin Linco nys Music Group Newly formed this year were the Madrigal Singf ers, a group made up of 14 members of the A Capf pella Choir. They were well received by everyone who heard them sing at the Christmas Vespers and the Concerts. The Echo Trio are members of this group also. The Brass Quintet, Wocdwind Quintet, Clarif net Quartet, Cornet Trio, and String Quartet par' ticipated in many activities as well as the solo and small ensemble contest this spring, where they all received high ratings. All these students are members of the band, or' chestra, or both. Representing Lincoln at the State lvlusic Conf ference in Spokane, six choir, nine orchestra, and two band members participated in the Conference Concert on March 3, in the Spokane Coliseum. Top lcft-Cornet Trio-R. Cummings, J. Devish. L. Lusier. Right-Madrigal Group-Bottom Row-H. Bassi. A. Wilcox, B. Kroening. A. Berginer. C Benham. A. Doucett. Row 2-L. Tippie, C. Ferguson. D. Simons. C. Ludgate. K. Lust. Row 3-J. Brown, B. Brown. G. Oass. G. Bergh. director. Middle left-Clarinet Quartet-T. Doane, M. Waite. D. Olson, B. Dergan. Center-String Quartel--J. Pendergrast, S. Berger. J. Dahl, N. Johnson. Right-Echoes-C. Benham. L. Tippie, A. Berginger. Bottom left-French Horn Quartet-D. Beddoe. A. Cox. R. Berquist, I. Gallagher. Center-Brass Quintet-J. Devis. R. Cummings, N. Berger, I. Gallagher D. Bennett. Right-Woodwind Quintet-J. Doane, I. Gallagher. D. Greenleaf, D. Hibbon, D. Erickson. H6 r. Ball, nlvlernoriesn, Ts Separate This Yearg Eiffel Tower Depicts Motif oi Junior Proni Due to the crowded conditions in the past, this is the first year the juniors and seniors have had a separate dance. This year's Senior Ball, "Memf ories," was held in the Crystal Ballroom of the Winthrop Hotel. The memorable music of Ivy Cozart filled the room, while white trees with pastel trimmings created an effective atmosphere, making an evening to remember. Working together to make the affair the success that it was, were Janice Fisher and Bill Glover, general cofchairman: JoAnn Cootes, publicity and promotion, Elaine Marinig and John Durkee, tick' ets, and Patt Lautermilch, decorations. Attending the dance as chaperones were Mr. and Mrs. W. Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. A. Ellingson Mr. and Mrs. J. Cummings, Mr. and Mrs. K. Flora, Mr. and Mrs. W. Hardie, Mr. and Mrs. C. Rolleff son, Mr. and Mrs. M. Legg, and Miss Ruth Moline and escort Dr. Sidney Culbert. 5 Bright colored flowers and an Eiffel Tower cref ated a foreign atmosphere in the boys' gym, as the Junior Prom, "April in Parisf' climaxed the year for the Junior class. Music for the dance was prof vided by a local band. Lucille Siler, Betty Peart, and Judy Joy were general chairmen of the event, which was the first of its kind, with Eunice Smith and Carol Peck, decorations: Betty Peart, publif city: John Sabol, tickets, Marilyn Bryan and Mary Welsh, refreshments, Judy Joy, checkroom, and Lucille Siler, chaperone. Guests at the dance included Mr. and Mrs. B. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. M. Summers, Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Siler, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Joy, Mr. and Mrs. A. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. K. Flora, and Mr. and Mrs. W. Hardie. Top Right-Junior Prom Committee-Row l-C. Peck, E. Top Left-Seniors enjoy dancing at their dance at the Smith, J. Joy, B. Pearl. Row 2-B. Brown. L. Siler. M. Welsh. Winthrop. M. Bryan, J. Sabol. Mfrs QQ' J. Durkee. J. Devish. 87 Bottom left-Senior Ball Co mittee-Row l-E. Marinig. J Fisher, P. Lautermilch, J. Coot Row 2-R. Cummings. B. Glov Nga mm aa Mm a.,.,.,,,..........woa-w awww WMm awww, Top-The entire east of the play. Ist Iiefl-'tGe1 soniebody-get the principal!" End L1-ft-"I'ni ashamed that our sons and daughters should see us behaving like animals. Buttnni-Mi' Sunnners shows make-up eoniniittee correct methods, HS r. Pla , uI11CiCl611t at Chosen this year as the Senior Class Play for the class of '56 was "The Remarkable Incident at Carson Corners," adapted from the television show of the same name and presented on 'Studio One, CBSTV. The play was presented on lvlarch 8 and 9 in the school auditorium and was very well received both nights of the performance. Twentyfsix seniors took acting parts in the play, while numerous others served on small committees whose help made the production possible. The plot itself dealt with the death of a teenager, Billy lVIcCinnia CLoren Breweri, and the attempts of his fellow classmates to discover who was responsible for his death by conducting a mock trial. As the trial progressed, the fault of the boy's death is placed on several of the attending parents who have been negf ligent in some way. The guilt finally came to rest with Mr. lVIcCinnis, the boy's father fBill Eyresi. Other seniors who had roles in the production are Carson Cornersn, Hit Richard Beddoe, Dr. Galdvvell: Glara .lane Grant, Mrs. Galdvvell: Gordon Flatturn, Mr. Prince: Judith Zvviclcy, Mrs. Prince: Ray Dove, Mr. Rogers: Gathf erine Ludgate, Mrs. Rogers: Gary Zimmerman, Mr. Woodbridge: Sharon Fritts, Mrs. Woodbridge: Ray Glson, lvlr. Wright: Marietta Butts, Mrs. Wright: Eileen Fallon, Mrs. McGinnis. Duane Christensen, Bob McGinnis: Tom Garns, Bert Hendricks: Virginia Peterson, Elizabeth Wright: Billie Garns, janet: Delores Horr, Garol: Gail Gustaff son: Madge: Larry Roshau, Tommy Prince: Marcia Maxwell, Alice Vxfoodbridgeg Joanne Siler, Susan Galdwell: jim Hoard, joey Rogers: joy McBee, Miss Frank: Glifton Vxfright, Mr. Kovalesky: David jack' man, painter: and Robert Dergan, announcers voice. The play was directed by Morris Summers, asf sisted by Paul Palmer, student director: Robert XVhite, technical director: and Donald Tracey, art supervisor. I 4-.4 Top-"Question me? What have I done? st Right-"Miss Frank! You come tell them I say the truth 2nd Right-"It's all right, Susan. 11's all right. otlum-Meinhers of the stage crew arrange the stage I0 the perforinance. H9 Abe and Mary Lincoln. A Tradition Is Born Gala Lincoln Day festivities, honoring Abraf ham Lincoln, took place this year for the first time in the history of our high school. Highlight' ing the two day activities were the wearing of school colors, a beard growing contest, and the crowning of Abe and Mary Lincoln. Ten stu' dents, live boys and live girls, were picked by the senior class as candidates. The voting of the entire student body made the Hnal selection of Patt Lautermilch and Neil Berger. At an assembly, which climaxed the events, were the presentation of Abe and Mary Lincoln and the winners of the beard growing contest who were Dick Gordon, whose growth most closely resembled that of Abe Lincoln and Frank Whitney, whose beard was judged the softest. Also on the program was Mr. Morris Sum' mers, instructor of dramatics, who gave a read' ing of the Gettysburg Address, accompanied by the Lincoln Band. Gary Zimmerman presented an interpretation of "The Perfect Tribute," a condensation of the book. Gay decorations, provided by the Girls' and Sportsmen's Clubs, added sparkle to the occaf sion. 9 U Morris Summers and Gary Zimmerman provide entertainment Girl judges determine the beard-growing winnciw, Winners are announced at the Lincoln Day Assenrbly. For the winner, A FREE SHAVE. Clxeryl McDonald Lincoln High Sciioors . . Hy Zeven '56 Daffodil Parade Attenciants Yell taffers trive To Build More pirit With the greatest determination and school spirit possible, this year's yell staff set about to raise the spirit of the student body even higher than ever be' fore. The enthusiastic sextet of leaders included Patt Lautermilch, queen, Lee Hauge, king, Nancy Bashey, duchessg john Tharp, duke, Lois Campbell, duchessg and Dennis Twibell, duke. These peppy cheer leaders worked hard in encourf aging students to write new yells and during the basf ketball season held a contest to gain new ones. Prizes were awarded for the best at one of the pep assemf blies. One of the milestones of pep assemblies was conf ducted at the end of the basketball season. This asf sembly, called the L'This Is Your Life, Chuck Gilmurv program, caught the attention of every student in the audience. ln it, the book of Mr. Gilmur's life was read aloud, while various students enacted the parts, much to the amusement of everyone. Harry Anderf son gave a superb performance in the role of Lincoln's basketball coach, while JoAnn Irwin, and the mem' bers of the yell staff also contributed their acting abilf ity for the program's success. The members of the staff also gave a dinner for Aberdeen's yell squad during the football season. Aberdeen returned the courtesy and treated the Lin' coln leaders to another dinner. Yell Staff-Top-The finale of the "This Is Your Life, Chuck Gilmur Middle-Yell Staff pauses during Pep Parade for picture. Bottom-Mr. Flora teaches girls correct form for yells. Yell Staff-Left to right-Dennis Twibell. duke: Lois Campbell. duchessg Patt Lautermilch. queen: Lee Hauge, king: Nancy Bashey. duchess, and John Tharp. duke. 97 ueens, Majorettes, Major, pirit Assisting the yell leaders in their drive to build school spirit at the games this year were the Song Queens. This peppy threesome consisted of Waldene Margeson, Sylvia Gibson, and Karen Lust. Whether the teams were winning or losing, the Song Queens strived to keep the spirit up in both the students and the team. They also encouraged the singing of "Dear Lincoln" at the end of the games. These girls deserve thanks for their contribution to keeping the enthusiasm of Lincolnites high. Another tough and at times discouraging task was held down by four loyal lasses whose job it was to march in all kinds of weather at the game proceedings and halfftime. These four highfstepping Band Majorettes include Yvonne Rasmussen, head majorette, and Cindy Half len, Pat Iverson, and Pat Zydek. With strutting steps and a dignified look, Dick Beddoe, as Band lvlajor for the second year, tackled the job of coordinating the band members' steps. For both years he has done an exceptional job and has contributed greatly to the success of the band in it's marching activities. Much time Went into rehearsing the routines of these groups. Often they were forced to sacrihce other activities for these practices. Their initiative and originality was beneficial in their promotion of school spirit. These groups performed at football games and during the spring festivities did a splendid job in the Daffodil Parade. Band Majar-Dick Becido M'ddl ASong Queens lend part to Lin ln games. L ft t ghtfP Zyd k. C. Hallen, Y. Rasmussen, head majoretle: and P I n . Verso . 93 T u izqf S hul Affiliation with German cliool A Realityg Visit From Dr. Dittriclii Hi lipoint of Year Cn the last day of the school year ending June 1955, it was announced to the entire Lincoln student body that the longfhoped for affiliation with a German school was com' plete. It was further announced that the cofeduf cational school, Carl Friedrich von Siemens Schule, was located in Siemenstadt in Span' dau, Berlin. Since that time many exciting and memorf able things have taken place. Cne of the first happenings was the formation of an affiliation student committee to determine and prepare the exchange of articles to be sent. Perhaps the most impressive incident was the visit of Dr. Wilhelm Dittrich, Director of Schools, Spandau. It was his visit that made the aflilif ation ties between the two schools real and close. As part of his greeting to the student body, Dr. Dittrich presented a picture album of the Siemens Schule and Spandau to Miss Ramona Haltom, faculty affiliation chairman. Another tie between the schools has been the letters sent between students from Lincoln and the Siemens Schule. The English classes began exchanging letters after a request from 94 Siemens. Soon, however, it was turned over to the entire student body. Many other exchange articles have been ref ceived and sent during the past school year. Received have been such articles as copies of Der Blitz, the school paperg a Berlin bear, and many beautiful sketches of Spandau. Lincoln has sent them a "Howdy Book," slides of stu' dent life at Lincoln, a Lincolnian, copies of The Lincoln News, and geometry models made by Miss Helen Mantz's solid geometry class. Herr Anselm BubnafLittitz, the faculty chairman in Germany, has formed a Lynx Committee of five students: Ursala Kurzhals, Helma Krasel, Eva Osburg, Peter Turchling, and Dietger Zanosk. Serving with Miss Haltom on the faculty affiiliation committee are Miss Katherine Berf nard, Leonard Holden, Mrs. Helen Feutz, Mrs. Maxine Goodwin, Mrs. Cornelia Lasf ley, Mrs. Lois Legg, Mrs. Selma Muller, Miss Rosa Palo, Charles Roe, Mrs. Helen Nelson, Dr. Henry Steiger, Mrs. Vivian Sterling, Mrs. Jessie Waters, Mrs. Ruth Wilscin, and Richard Trojan. r' ' r ' I . I' ' W' -' Q" 1' if ,v ," , if-f ," 57 , if. f A W., 1 fig .. , W. r W W5 tg.. at ,.-ff' ,A ff ,wi I 'N , an Q nd Q ... -'j ..,.n. 53: Q 4 . 5' as f . if ft 1 ,A' M ig, - e in iw Top-Another View of the affiliation school, Lcfi-Dr, Wilhelm Dittrich addresses the student body. Right--The affiliation student committee: Rnw 1-S. Reynolds, M. Anderson. C. Truher, Row 2-E. Durkee. M. Bryan. Bottom right-A present from the German school-an Berlin bear. symbol of their city. V 'S f s- 3 Office Help-Row 1-J. Johnson, C. Bcnham, R. Taylor. Attendance Help-Row l-J. Schuster, D. Gordon, R. Burnett, L. Froehlich. Row 2-B. Burr. S. Buttz. S. Vaughn. M. Moeller, Rnw 2-M. Maxwell, V. Thetford, B. Zevenbergen. Row 3-J. Zweigle. D. G. Johnson, K. Buckherger, M. Watten. Miller. E. Hallis. G. Olson, S. Preszler. M. Watten. N. Wilkerson. D. Bremner. Cafeteria Helpers Serve Faculty a11 tuclentsg Qttioe tatt Help Recor C ool's Activity Under the guidance of Mrs. Melba Rollefson, cafeteria head, the 19 cafeteria student assistants work industriously serving Lincoln students and faculty quickly and efliciently during the lunch hour. It has been their duty to keep order and to serve at the candy and milk counter as well as in the kitchen. lt is through the efforts of these student helpers that the cafeteria is constantly a clean and pleasant Another vital and important stall whose work makes possible the accurate and current school records, is the clerical group. These students, un' der the guidance of Mrs. Maxine Cissne and Mrs. Margaret Anderson do a Wonderful job for the school. Meanwhile, in the attendance oiiice, another staff, directed by Miss Elizabeth Washburn and her cofworker, Mrs. Bernice Cunningham succeed place for students to eat and enjoy their lunches. in keeping the absentee and tardy in order. Cafeteria Help-Riw 1-S. Fick, D. I.eFor, M. Stubbs. C. Stovall, M. Mc- Caslcie. E. Jefferson, R. Ross. M. Wit- mer. Rsw 2-Mrs. M. Rollefson, ad visor: B. Wright, L. Marsh, D. John s.o:i, G. Wirth. F. Schutte. J. Erdahl, R. Davidson. 96 ff HW' tgia K. -M L CQ L, Library Assistants-Row 1-M. Heider, M. Butts, M. James, E. Collett. Row 2-C. Ferguson, B. Gill, K. Krones, N. Johnson. C. Johnson, J. McBee D B emner. Row 3-D. Edwards, J. Holycross. J. Reintjes, C. Chapman, Mrs. E, Hanson, librarian: D. Mehegan, P. French, R. Martin. H. Bassi, D. Pea son B. Morley, B. Anderson, Mrs. C. Dolan, librarian. Library Assistants Great Help To tudentsg Health Center, Red Cross, Assets to C ool Assisting students in finding suitable reading material and helpful books for school assignf ments, are the eihcient and capable library asf sistants under the direction of Mrs. Eleanor Hansen and Mrs. Cloma Dolan. These assistants are in the library and avail' able for help from 8:15 in the morning until 3:30 after school. It is their duty to check books in and out, shelve books, keep the stack room in order, and send out fine slips. Another deserving group is the Health Center assistants, who give aid to students or those with minor complaints. With instruction from Miss Wanda Fred' ricks, the school nurse, the assistants learn how to give first aid, take temperatures, and give sight and hearing tests. The Red Cross workers, supervised by Miss Marie Vorwerk, worked on the various projects, and, to their pleasure reported that the '5 5 Red Cross Drive was far above that of last year. Assisting Miss Vorwerk this year were Geralf dine Johnson, Lucille Siler, Pat Davis, Dale Stolzman, George Pettit, Mikel Engelhardt, and Zona Jennings. Health Center Assistants-Row 1-S. Gadbaw, K. Barclay, M. Potter, E. Shindler. Row 2- Junior Red Cross-Row 1-G. Johnson, Miss M. Vorwerk J. Erdahl, L. Osinski. Miss W. Fredericks, adviser: N. Wilderson, S. Amonson. L. Saunders, adviser: L. Siler, P. Davis. Row 2-D. Stolzman, G. Pettit S. Jorgensen. M, Engelhart, Z. Jennings. 97 QU Traffic Patrol-Row l-E. Motteler. advisor: G. Magoon, J. Clinkingberg, Movie Crew-Row 1-C. Grant, C. Bates. Row 2-B. Muirhead. R, Pettie, P. R. Martin. E. Langlow. Row 2-F. Woods, B. Dickson, W. Cameron, Flom, G. Schmidtke, A. Perry, D. McPhaden. Row 3-T. Richardson, B. Coo- J. Jolly. D. Suppes. ley, S. Parrish, J. Clark. Row 4-L. Wigdahl, R. Smith, G. Westling, B. Cook. H, Gartner, R. West. J. Goff. Crews Render Valuable ervice 0 Linco n Due to the help of different groups around the build props for the productions: and the Traffic Paf trol, who, no matter what the weather, protect the lives of Lincoln students going and coming from school. school, Lincolnites enjoy many services they have come to think of as everyday occurences. Among the services are those by the Public Ad' dress Crew who keep the loudfspeaker system in good working order and operate it at dances and for daily announcements, the Movie Crew who present this valuable educational medium to stuf Advisors for the groups are Robert White, Pub' lic Address Crew and Stage Crewg Miss Alice Grimes, Movie Crew: and Everett Motteler, Trai' fic Patrol. dents and at the same time learn camera and prof Few in number, but very efficient, these boys are jections skillsg the Stage Crew who prepare the ever willing to give their helpful and needed servf stage for special shows, and in many instances, ices to Lincoln. 5 V fl .M emit., ,Qty in ss' Stage Crew-Row 1-L. Marsh, J. Turner, L. Clark, L. Holler, J. Turner, G. P. A. Crew-Row 1-D. Arfman, R. Stuntz. Row 2-S. Hanson. G. Keller Prine. Row 2-R. White, adviser: H. High, J. Van Ham, T. Taylor, F. Woods D, Margeson, R. White, adviser. Row Zi-R. Papacek. B. Porter, J. Monnahan. D. Done. Row 3-L. Clark, T, Richardson, D. Gelsten, D. Zier- man, J. Amdal, T. Arfman, H. Hedman, C, Owings, F, Luchino. U X German Paper Effort of tudents For Years The students of 123 in Mrs. Selma Muller's Gerf man classes have, for the past nine years, spent their time and knowledge of German in publishing their paper called "Der Deutsche Dackelu the German Dachshund. "The Dackelu is published monthly, supervised by Joanne Hammermeister, editor, with the hopes of helping more pupils to understand the German people and language and in that way become inf terested in Germany. Besides penfpal news, the paper also contains class news, editorials, drawing, and bits of humor. Dackel Staff-Reporters Crightj Row l-D. Hauge, D. Rarick, B. Carns, J. Sullkosky, editor, Zena McKay, S. Hagen, F. Gates. Row 2-T. Olsen. S. Murdock, M. Beeken, J. Hoffman, M. Moeller, M. Markert, Mrs. S. Muller, adviser. Row 3-B. Brown. S. Jorgensen, C. Snavely, P. Palmer, J. Estes, G. Zimmerman. Row 4-R. Stolzenberg. D. Deritis, J. Pruess, S. Peterson. Stencil Cutters Ueftl Row 1-G. Lamberson, N. Bashey, J. Rosenquist, L. Heemstra. M. Ploegsma. Row 2-D. Apthorp, M. Moller, M. Vimont, L. Buckner, T. Cornish. Row 3-B. Eyres, J. Tharp, B. Perrin. Girls' Publishes Monthly ncllit Claatn For the second consecutive year the Girls' Club has published a monthly newspaper to acquaint the girls of Lincoln with the club's activities and offer special features for their enjoyment. Because the newspaper idea was late in getting started last year, no editor was chosen. However, this year's editor, Barbara Golbo, was elected along with the cabinet. Also new this year is the name of the paper. Ideas were submitted by the different girls and the best one then chosen. This year's selected title was "The Chit Chat." Assisting Barbara put out the paper are Marietta Butts, Billie Carns, Theresa Clsen, jo Hammermeisf ter, and Deanna Collamore. The advisor for the group is Mrs. Leona Summers. Girls' Club Paper-Left-Girls inspect first copy of "Chit Chat." Right-Girls' Club Paper Staff Cleft to rightb-R. Colbo. T. Olson. Mrs. J. Halsey, adviser, B. Carns, J. Cootes, tseatedb D. Collamore. 9 0 Top-Spokane representatives to All-State Band and Orchestra: Row 1-K. Barclay, N. Johnson, S, Berger. C. Ferguson, B. Kroening, L. Tippie. Row 2-R. Cum- mings. T. Donlon. J. Pendergrast, L. Donlrm, D, Sim- ons, J. Devish, D, Bennett. Left-Mouse-ketta Ki cheer the team on to victory. Right-Duane Christensen leads the student body in an assembly. Left-Burn that Tiger! Right-Loyal Lynx display "pep hats" in schools halls. Bottom-The Lincoln daffodil princess finalists pose with Mrs. Feutz. F., . 44 .ca lz,rz,u.v-0-11, W.- ,. ---.-..4-. --....-..- - - 4.-- + - 1- - - ,:,f, .1 Vi, ,- M - W H f -- 1 , A .V R Q I . F. . fr k V -'A :w Q? ' ' '. , F X .. 4. ,K , L , ' "Q , . 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Warner, assistant secretary: L Siler, treasurer. Row 2-J. Reintjes, N. Krngh, J. Hoffman, M. Anderson, M. Boulton, M, Lund, C. Lowell, M. Osness, J. Bucklin, K. Norton, E. Allen, A. Cusato, L. Bliss. V. Sherrill, S. Schiauris, D. Hibben, B. Kroening, F. Kirby, B. Zevenbergen. D. Gordon, K. Barclay, A. Spencer, N. Bashey, J. Conner, M. Devish. M. Markert. Row 3-M. Brenden, S. Burns, M. Moore, N. Reinvik, P. Frayne, D. Swanson. J. Jackson, V. Jorgensen, L. Ketner, M. Halloway, L. Osinski. N. Johnson, M. Potter, M. Kert, K. Jutte, C. Swanson, J. Peer. B. Nelson, D. Joos, B. Baldwin. S. Reynolds, B. Strolbel, S. Lind. Row 4-M. McWhirter, J. Pen- dergrast, J. Keller, C. Woller, E. Durkee, K. Engler, M. Welsh, W. Hook, M. Bryan, J. Wible, M. Maxwell, C. Moore, M. Moller, M. A. Moeller, L. Donlon, B. Morley, M. Ploegsma, L, Buckner. C. Bates. Row 5-C. Grant. S. Weeks, G. Haug. C. Colbo, K. Tay- lor, J. Catton, R. Bott. E. Paul, M. Butts, V. Peterson, D. Lewel- lyn, C. Williams, J. Devish, D. Strickland. C. Daniels, B. Bar- well. G. Ohlinger, J. Konklis, G. Magoon, Row 6-G. Pettitt, G. Wirth, L. Hildebrand, L. Swift, A. Brooks, A. Herry, J. Sabol. J. Estes, D. Olson, R. Patterson, T. Donlon, R. Loughad, G. Law- son, B. MackDicken, E. Phenicie, D. Archer, D. Smith, G. Peder- sen, L. Anderson, D. Christiansen, A, Cox. Torch Pin Winners-Row l fBottomJ-M. Boulton, M. Osness, K. Barcley, B. Zevenbergen. F. Kirby, J. Bucklin, A. Spencer. M. Anderson, J. Hoffman, N. Reinvik. Row 2 KMiddleJ-C. Grant, N. Johnson, D. Hibben, M. Moller. V. Peterson, D. Lewellyn, M. McWhirter, J. Renitjes, L. Bliss, B. Kroening, D. Gordon, M. Maxwell, C, Grant. Row 3 tTopD-J. Pendergrast, J. Keller. gift? wif! 3 Z L. Buckner, M. Ploegsma, L. Hildebrand. D. Christensen. R. Pat- terson, T. Donlon, L. Donlon, G. Warner. M. Markert, N. Nold. Outstn ing Students Malze Honor ociety Made up of many of Lincoln's outstanding scholars is the Honor Society, which strives to uphold Lincoln's scholastic achievements. This club is a chapter of the National Organization. Sophomores may enter the club with a 3.0 grade average, which keeps them in the club just for the semester. A 3.2 grade average must be held in order to join and remain in the club. Honor Society welcomes sophomores in Febf ruary with a tea and an orientation program. Bar pins are given out for service points. ju' niors may earn a one bar pin after they have earned two service points. Seniors receive a two bar pin for earning four service points. Service points are earned by doing different types of work for teachers. A Permanent National Scholf arship Pin can be earned by an accumulation of service points. Honor Society's main project is the annual individual picture sale. Due to the repeated sucf cess of students buying individual pictures, Hon' or Society has built up their treasury with the portion of the money that they receive. Honor Society sponsored one boy to Boys' State and a girl to Girls' State this year. Qflicers for Honor Society's Club are always elected at the annual banquet. The officers are: Jim Herrington, president, Neil Berger, vice' presidentg Nola Nold, secretaryg Georgean Warf ner, treasurerg and Martha McVVhirter, prof gram and social chairman. Miss Eva Waklee is the advisor for Honor Society. . 101,f Girls' Club-Sitting-B, Swanson, D. Sinii, B. Dutton, I. McIntosh, J. Reintjes, C. Freisheim. Row l-J. Brown, E. Sabol. V. Olson. M. Turner. B. Janson, J. Prather, E, Allen, D. Josties, J. Pearson, D, Wire, K. McLaughlin, J. Leisure, P. Fette. D. Severnak. Row 2-J. De-Mars. C. Wat- kins, J. Houghton, S. Hemminger, F. Kirby, J. Kirby, J. Christiansen, D. Lombardo, J. Zwicky, C. Bartell, P. Bekenians. J. Ciro, J. Richmond. C. Lavender, J. Jackson, M. Hodges, D. Swanson, L. Osinski. Row 3-C. Nadeau, S. Hagen, N. Shouse. D. Jones, S. Lind. J. Robinson, P, Sor- rensen, C. Moore, S. Toombs. W. Zatkovieh. K. Kalstad. D. Collamore, L. Thompson, D. Hauge. M. McCaskie. D. Swanson, M. Dunn, Top-M. MCWhirter. L. Baron. R. Bott, J. Cook. D. Ansberry. B. Kvenild, S, Weeks. N. Nold, C, Ludgate. J. Erdahl, C. Jess, J. Devisli. P. Gregg. S. Fritts, L, Willams. M. Barcus. Girls' Club Emp asizes Service Credits To encourage girls to participate in the varif ous Girls' Club activities, obtaining service credf its toward the Cirlsl Club Scholarship, was the aim of this years cabinet. At the start of the social season, sophomore members were greeted at the annual Sophomore Tea to introduce the ofhcers and explain the purf Girls' Club Officers-Row l-J. Guelfy, president: J. Cootes. vice president: E. Hallis, treasurer: P. Gladwell, recording sec- retary, Row 2-S. Gaisford, representative to council: B. Sweet corresponding secretary, M. Swalley, social chairman: W. Proc- tor, welfare chairman: S. Reynolds, service chairniang B. Colbo editor of girls' club paper. Top Row--Mrs, Jean Halsey and Mrs. Helen Murland, advisors. I 4 12 pose and functions of the club. Adding to the social agenda were exchange potlucks with the Girls' Club Cabinets of other high schools, for the purpose of exchanging ideas and making new acquaintances. "Disneyland Dazzle," a dance held in the boys' gym, was a highlight during the fall enterf tainment, along with the impressive Girls' Club Assembly. With the monthly distribution of the Girls, Club paper, girls were informed of any new projects or activities in which they might participate. Working with the Girls' Club of Stadium High School, Lincoln's Girls' Club started the busy year of service activities with the traditionf al sale of programs before the annual Turkey Day game. With the cofoperation of Sportsf men's Club, Thanksgiving food baskets were distributed to many needy families throughout the city. Cay decorations in the halls and cafe' teria added sparkle to the autumn and Yuletide festivities. A party for the children of the Cushf man Indian Hospital also highlighted the Christ' mas season. The pencil machine sponsored by the Cirls' Club in the main oflice once again was convef nient for the many pencil losers and supple' mented the club's income. C-. Sportsmelfs Club-Bottom-B. Vogel, 0. Gerth, L. From, J. Estes, L. Blattner. G. Dieffenbach. C. Faulk. R. Wittman. H. Mefjeled. Row 2- B. Barwell. E. Altheimer, D. Stolzman, G. Moore, D. Lundahl, D. Lynn. K. Kaiser, R. Gordon. J. Carlson, J. Kujawa. G. Tyler, D. Haner, M. Carle, A. Davis, T. Morgon. Row 3-V. Howard, E. Wilson, J. Ryan. R. Griffin, J, I-Ioard, S. Peterson, B. Reed, L. McMillan. L. Keys, L. ' ' b t . T R -D. MCCI r , B. Brown, H. Magnuson, C. Pruett, R. Patterson, M. Creech, P. Palmer. G Royce. F Wilgus, L Hildebrand. C Ro ers op ow a y Bickford. C. Moore. R. Nelson, R. Kitto, G. Jezek, G. Lawson. J. Haneline. T. Cornish, D. Bennett, F. Doane, C. Karst. portsnien Participate In oint Projects Furthering interest in outdoor sports and hob' bies, aiding those in need of a helping hand, and combining with the Girls' Club for joint projf ects were the objectives handled successfully this year by the Sportsmen's Club. Under the leadership of faculty adviser Ellis johnson and president, jim Webster, the club promoted many and varied activities. First on the Sportsmen's agenda was the an' nual "Howdy Dance" held in the boys' gym, the iirst dance of the school year. Cofproducing the Thanksgiving assembly with the Girls' Club, the club appropriated funds from the treasury to buy and decorate trees for the children at Cushman Indian Hospital. Sponsorship of the Faculty vs. HifY basket' ball game, replenished the club treasury and furf nished a highly entertaining time for everyone in attendance. The club also financed trips to Boys' State, a weekfend Spartans Conference at Yakima, and the Sportsmens' weekflong camp on Crcas Island for deserving Lincoln boys. Last, but certainly not least on the roll of ac' tivities was the sponsorship of a Fishing Derby held April 28 at Lake Tanwax. Cther club officers for the year included Cor' don Flattum, vicefpresident: Chuck Wylder as secretary: and Melvin johnson, treasurer, han' dled the money. Also serving the club were Bob West, service chairmang jim Estes, social chair' mang Neil Berger, welfare chairmang and Dick Beddoe, representative to council. smvf-M Sportsman's Club Officers-Bottom row-Gordon Flattum, vice-presi- dent Jim Webster, president, Chuck Wylder, secretary: Jim Estes, so- cial chairman. Top Row--Neil Berger. welfare chairman: Dick Beddoe. representative to council: Melvin Johnson. treasurer: Robert West. service chairniang E. Johnson, adviser. 1113 L.L.L.-Bottom Row-J. Siler, treasurer, E. Marinig, president: D. Caillier, sportshead: J. Valen, secretary. 2nd Row-C. Peck, K. Barc- lay, G. Berg, E. Smith. D. Kuhne, C. Miller, J. Caillier, P. Davis, D. Ehaat, N. Krogh, J. Christiansen, S. Meeker. M. Boulton. C. Bates. C.H 3dR -LS'l M. lhM.Bl'D.Ath P.SttNR"kM.Ad N.Bh,AS ,M.El . ager. r ow . ier. Wes . air, p orp. co , . emvi , n erson. as ey . pencer nge - hardt. M. Davis, S. Bodin, D. Gordon. S. Gislason, J. Diseth. I. Gallagher, M. Markert. Top Row-V. Munro, F. Gates. M. Bryan, D. Sellers, G. Warner, N. Shouse, L. Weber, M. Dcvish, E. Durkee, B.Rudy, K. Manful, S. Gadbow. L. Myhree. Promotes Girls' Athletics, air Play To promote interest in girls' athletics and good sportsmanship, and to attain a feeling of friendship among the participants in girls' sports is part of the oath taken by all girls upon becomf ing members of the Lincoln Letter Lassies. Four points are required for admittance into the club. These points may be earned in either the Sophomore, lunior, or Senior year. A new system has been adopted in the club, whereby sophomores were entitled to earn a letter in only one year. Sports oifered for these points were volley ball, basketball, soft ball, badmintton, swimming, archery, tennis, ping pong, and tumbling. The posture parade, held annually, was April 25th in the girls' gym. Girls par' ticipating in the parade were judged specifically on posf ture. Approximately fifty girls were viewed vying for this honor. Other activities this year included a dance held in the fall entitled "Dogpatch Drag," which was held in the boys' gym. Autumn col' ors and maple leaves, along with the decor of the famous comic strip, were used for decoraf tions. Chosen as Daisy Mae was Marilee Anderf sen, and as Lil' Abner, Ron Goerger. The annual L.L.L. banquet was held in May at a local restaurant. Pins, letters, and awards were presented by Mrs. lessie Waters, Mrs. Vivian Sterling, advisor, and an honored guest. Qld and new otlicers in the club presented humorous skits for entertainment. Governing this admirable organization was Elaine Marinig as president, ludy Guelfy, vice presidentg jo Ann Siler, treasurer: Jerry Lee Valen, secretaryg and Dorothy Caillier, sports head. Three Year Pin Winners-Row I-J. Siler. J. Christiansen, S. Meeker, H. Boulton. Row 2-K. Barclay, E. Marinig. N. Reinvik. N. Bashey, P. Scott, G. Warner. Row 3-M. Andersen, A. Spencer, D. Apthorp, F. Gates. J. Valera, H14 M. Markert. IV, Lettcrmen's Club-Bottom-B. Elmore, T. Christensen, P. Palmer, B. Peterson, C. Wilder, L. Hildebrand, K. Jones, J. Cecchi, D. Rader, N. Roberts. Row 2-J. Harding, V. Holms, D. Durgen, G. Flattum. C. Karst, A. Perry. G. Tyler. H. Anderson, J. Hartley, J. Kalivas, E. Wat- kins, L. Larson. Row 3--V. Kleinsasser, A. Iverson. G. Ratzlaff, B. Manteufel, G. Jezek, D. DeGreef. D. Woodward, D. Pruett, B. Brown, B. Bennett, S. P t , D. N ls . T L. M Miliian. R. Geor er, B. K ' t J. W'11' J. B ' h E. Ah . . . ' e erson e on op- c g ezs er, 1 lams. ozlc , rens, D Jackman, D Twlble. E. Tngstad, H- MHEHUSOU, R. Fergeson, W. Erdahl. Lettermen Promote Good portsmans ip Successfully carrying out their purpose, "To promote sportsmanship in all phases of school life," the Lincoln High School Lettermen's Club has completed another active year of service. Proceeds from a car wash, held at Lincoln during the early spring season, were donated to' ward the daffodil float fund for Lincoln's entry in the 195 6 Daffodil Parade. Black and gold streamers, along with colorful and gay balloons flowing from the baskets, high' lighted the decorations in the boys' gym at the annual fall dance, "Letter men's Leap," which was held during the football sea' son to raise funds for the treasury. Eligibility for membership in this organization is earned by boys participating in one or more sports. Actual mem' bership is awarded to those boys receiving one letter in a varsity sport or two sophf omore or reserve letters in the same sport. Patrolling the football field during the football games to keep students off the track and held and seeing that no boys at Lincoln wore stripes which they did not earn on their school sweater, were two of the outstanding projects of the club this year. Always striving to encourage more boys to turn out for sports, members of the Lettermen's Club sought to promote sportsmanlike conduct among the players and spectators during the va' riety of seasonal sports offered at Lincoln. The meetings were held twice a month on the second and fourth Tuesdays in the cafeteria or boys' health room. Again under the ad' visorship of Chuck Cilmur, Lettermen's C l u b w a s headed by Dick Zierman, president, Denis Cook, vicef president, Harry Harper secretary, Ken jones, treasf urer, and Jerry Cecchi, serf gcantfatfarms. 3 Lelterman's Officers-Bottom-J. Cecchi, sergeant-at-arms: D. Zierman, president: K. Jones, treasurer. Top-D. Cook, vice-president: H. Harper, secretary. lil? Aqua Maids-Bottom Row-G. Wynkoop, E. Fallon, D. Tullis, P. Lautermilch. A. Cusato, D. Dean, J, Richmond. Row 2-S. Bos- Aqua aids Present Une, two, three! Turn! Two, three! This is the type of command heard in the girls' pool as members of Aqua Maids practiced for their annual water show. Applause greeted them as the onlookers paid tribute to the well ref hearsed exhibition of swirling and turning maid' ens amid intricate ballet routines and synchrof nized swimming. The girls practiced every day, and many hours were spent to perfect this year's presentation, "Mediterranean Cruise." With rhythmic pref cision, the Maids created an atmosphere of tra' veling on board ship to the Mediterranean, to gay France with its "Can Can" and then home once more. This club was organized for the express purf pose of encouraging a greater interest in improv' H36 worth, V. Munro, L. Myhre, M. Lambert, C. Bates, M. Welsh, J. Devish, C. Hager, J. Valen, B. Taunt, M. McCaskie. Top row-C. Marshall, G. Whylie, K. Manfull, S. Berger, M. Huntley, M. Engel- hardt, L. Ketner, J. Irwin, C. Pauschert, N. Bashey, C. Bartell. Aqua Maid Oflicers-D. Tullis, president: N. Bashey. vice-presidentg L. Myhre, secretary, and C. Hager, treasurer. YY 0 0 77 Med1terranean ruise ing swimming and life saving. It takes an ac' complished swimmer to fulfill these aims and to master the intricate routines. Tryouts for prospective members are held at the beginning of each semester, and applicants must prove themselves proficient in the front crawl, back crawl, side stroke, back stroke, duck dive, and surface dive before being accepted. A weekly swim on Tuesdays and Fridays keep the Maids trim and in practice, while busif ness meetings are held on other days. Approximately thirty members in Aqua Maids this year were under the supervision of Mrs. Vivian Sterling, officers for the club were Deanna Tullis, president, Nancy Bashey, vice' president: Linda Myhre, secretary: and Christine Hager, treasurer. Rifle Club-Bottom Row-S. Williams, C. Laurent, K. Martin, B. Stengel, J. Fain, B. Roberts. S. Wilson. 2nd Row-R. Wills, O. Girth. B, Koerner, Y. Cook, S. Hanson, S. Bosworth. M. Moore L. Weber, D. Lind. 3rd Row-D. Bombardier, D. Archer, M. Hoff- man, G. Tyer. R. Bott. B. Warner, S. Bogart, G. Hopkins, J. Weightman, F. Harmon. Top Row-B. Krovacs, S. Katkansky, T. Fenton, G. Petterson. A. Perrin, R. Dove, J. Clark. R. Crelling, R. Barwell, J. Hazelrigg. Rifle Club Officers-Top Row-Mr. McLin. advisor: B. Perrin. range officer: E. Phenicie. vice-presidentg D. Gunns. range of- ficer. Bottom Row-J. Diseth. range officer: C. Snavely, treas- urer: L, Siler, secretary. 4B. Sullivan. president, not presentx. Rifle Club tresses Safety in shooting was emphasized by mem' bers of the rifle club. Since the organization of the rifle club in 1927 there has been no accidents. This record helps to make every member be more careful while shooting, in practice or in a match. Most exciting match for the rifle club this year was the one held at Monroe. This match was the hrst to be held out of doors with a range of shooting at 100 yards. Usually the club shoots at a range of 50 yards, always holding the matches inside. Another milestone for the rifle teams was the Sectional National Rifle Association match held at Point Defiance. All high schools in the Taf Safety ith Firearlns coma and Seattle area, as far south as Oregon participated in the match. Even though Lincoln's Rifle Club takes no field trips, a lot of traveling is done in the course of a school term by the Tyro and Trio teams to the different rifle matches. The Tyro and Trio teams are Rifle Clubs varsity and reserve teams. In order to keep in practice the rifle teams held regular matches at Point Defiance Park throughout the year. The officers of Rifle Club were Bob Sullivan, presidentg Ed Phenecie, vice presidentg Lucille Siler, secretary: and Coral Snavely, treasurer. Jack McLin was advisor for Rifle Club. 1117 rf .N Majorettes-Bottom Row-P. Gladwell, J. Irwin, S. Fritts, head majorett. Marcetta Ki Officers-Top Row-J. Snyder, vice-president, E. Shindler, treas- urer. Maxine Cissne, adviser. S. Holtorf, president, B. Zevenbergen, secretary. Marcetta Ki-Bottom-J. Cootes, J. Fohey. Z. Mc- Kay, D. Reiehl, M. Osness. E. Cortesi. 2nd-J. Trol- son. D. Lombardo, B. Blankenship, K. Buckberger. Kuchenmeister, G. Hallberg, J. Christiansen, J. Brown. Top-D. Collamore. S. Malacky, D. Tegge. L. Kirmse, C. Grant, J. Jones. C. Peck, D. McCabe, M. Barcus, J. Joy, P. Roberts, E. Marinig. Marcetta Ki-Bottom-P. Gibb, L. Kuntz, C. Imus. J. Bucklin, D. Horr. M. Boulton. 2nd-J. Houghton, R. Gruver, L. Bliss, J. Fisher, F. Kirby, J. Lamb, S.D'k MG.T SMk.DLund.D ic son, . ac op- . ee er . . White. S. Bodin, A. Ward, N. Nold, E. Smith, J. Jensen, M, Breriden. M, Maxwell. D. Edwards. Marketls-Bottom Row-J. Bucklin, Z. McKay, D. Horr. S. Holtorf, president: J. Cootes, J. Snyder, J. Christiansen. 2nd-J. Kuchenmeister, D. Tegge. M. Osness. P. Gibb. S. Meeker, E. Shindler, J. Jones, M. Barcus, L. Kirmse, J. Jensen, D. McCabe. Marcetta Ki raveled To Vancouver, B. C. Marcetta Ki had the exciting experience of travf eling to Vancouver BC. and marching for the prof fessional football game this year. Other activities included marching at home games, in the daffodil parade, and at one of the C.P.S. games. Working along with the Marcetta Ki were the Mar Ketts who performed expertly on the basket' ball floor during half time intermission and also marched for the Class B Tournament at C.P.S. 1418 The Mar Ketts were chosen from the seniors of Marcetta Ki. They consisted of sixteen girls, with two alternates, who were also seniors. The oilicers of Marcetta Ki were as follows: Sharon Holtorf, presidentg Joyce Snyder, vicefpresf identg Betty Zevenbergen, secretaryg Elsie Shindler, treasurer. Head majorette was Sharon Fritts and majorettes were Joann Irwin and Pat Gladwell. Mrs. Maxine Cissne was the advisor for Marcetta Ki this year. Pep Club trives o Helping keep school spirit high by putting ban' ners up in the halls and decorating the goal posts at football games are the annual activities of the Lincoln Pep Club. The main purpose of Pep Club is "to inspire school spirit, good sportsmanship and enthusiasm in all activities." Pep parades were held before the GridfGof Round, King's X, and Turkey Day games. Escorted by motorcycle police were the long streams of cars covered with black and gold streamers of crepe paper and filled with Lincolnites, providing not only an impressive, but also a noisy sight. All cars were carefully checked before hand, to eliminate any cars with defective brakes. For the first time, Pep Club held two pep weeks, consisting of white shirt day, clashing colors, and plaold claool pirit school colors. Pep week has become almost a pref requisite to the annual Turkey Day game. A second pep week was held prior to the Lincoln Day Fesf tivities. Any Lincoln student is eligible to join Pep Club. Group meetings are held after school in the cafeteria every Tuesday during football season, and every other Tuesday during basketball season. Calling the meetings to order was La Rees Smith, presidentg assisting her was Lee Hauge, vicefpresif dent: reading the minutes of the previous meeting was Connie Johnson, secretary, handling the money was the duty of Virginia Linstrom, treasurerg Dale lvlorgan, sergeantfatfarms, had the duty of seeing that everyone was orderly: and jean Hoffman took care of the poster chairmanship. Charles Roe was the advisor for the group. Pep Club-Officers-L. Hauge. vice-president: L. S Johnson, secretary: Mr, Roe, adviser: V. Linstroni, man. poster chairman: D. Morgan, sergeant Pep Cluh-Boltum Row--P. Zydek. D. Wire, K. Marlin, P. Whiteford. B, Janson, P. Bekemans. J. Riley, J. Beadell, J. Ciro, D. Rarick, P. Lat- ermilch, L. Campbell. C. Laurent, Row 2-J. Jackson, J. Graham, D Hauge, R. Taylor. B. Topps, C. Lavender, G, Le Beau, S. Smith, J. Sny- der, P. Thompson, B, Srsen, J. Prather. M. More, J. Cox. Row 3-M Moore, K. Lust, M. Maxwell, L. Thompson, M. Garman, D. Marush, M Markert, M. Moeller. L. Lewis. J, Rosenquist, R. Hughes, P, Iverson M. Vincent. M. Fatland. S. Malacky. P. Anderson. Row 4-Top-S. Ire land. J, Keller. N, Heihn, H. Mason. J. Harrington, D. Christensen, R Babbitt. J. Hoard, J. Tharp. M. Bashey. D. Davidson. F. Lunetti. R Mahoney. B, Morley. I. Dnellefeld. N. Lundquist. 1119 Uslierettes Lea Way At oliool Functions Displaying the purpose of their name at various school functions such as concerts, the Senior Class Play, assemblies, and finally at the Baccalaureate and Graduation Exercises, were girls of the Lincoln Usherette Club. Any Lincoln girl becomes eligible to join the Usherette Club upon attending two out of three introductory meetings. Any new projects or actif vities in which they are interested are discussed at the meetings which are held at various times of the month. The initiation of new members was held at a paf jama party at the home of one of the members at the beginning of the school year. In order to ref ceive the club pin, a member had to usher at two afternoon and three evening performances. W f 'K i A Many activities to raise money were carried out by the girls. These included a bake sale, an ice skating party at the Lakewood lce Arena, and fi' nally to surprise the students, a delicious pickle sale. These trim girls in their teal blue skirts and white blouses, made a striking picture leading the way. They have successfully completed their second year with these bright new uniforms. Mrs. Helen Nelson served as adviser for the club, and the officers were Ruth Henry, presidentg Syl' via Dexter, vice presidentg Pat Klevmoen, secref tary, Sally Kuenzli, treasurerg and Vivian Gruber, business manager. This group gave wonderful serv' ice to their school and to the public throughout the school year. Usherettes Club-Officers-Bottom--R. Henry. president: S. Dex- ter. vice-president: V. Gruber. business manager. Top-Mrs. Scott, adviser, P. Klevmoen, secretary: S. Kuenzli, treasurer. Second Row-L. McCallum, B. Roberts, J. Reid. P. Scott. B. Janson, D. Rarick. Row 2-K. Gord, J. Catton. M. Dexter. L. Sundahl, M. Nelson, C. Poore. J. Kageler. Top Row-R. Bott, I. Doellefeld, J. Keller, J. Rosenquist. llll pills and. fills Up, up, up the mountaing then down they go, laughing and falling but still trying. This sentence well describes the enthusiastic members of Lincoln Ski Club in their winter activities at Paradise Ski Resort on Mt. Rainier. Lessons in the proper techniques of the activity were provided for nonskiers by professional ski inf structors on relatively level ground, while the more experienced ski club members occupied themselves by swishing down the icy slopes of the steeper ter' rains. The membership of Ski Club has increased to close to sixty new members, which proves it to be a growing and popular club at Lincoln for seniors, juniors, and sophomores inclusive. Every Lincoln student is eligible to belong, but dues must be paid L ure Pen uin eiers promptly and regular attendance is required to maintain membership in Ski Club. Meetings were held twice each month in the cafeteria before school, with evening gatherings being held occasion' ally to show the group motion pictures and colors slides of the proper procedure for skiing. Several ski trips to Paradise and Snoqualmie Pass, along with a dance held at Cddfellows Hall, were favorite activities on this year's agenda. Leading this group faithfully were Cary Ratzf laff, president, with Lowell Bamford assisting him as vicefpresident. It was the job of Pat Gladwell to keep the minutes up to date as secretary, while Gail Le Beau, treasurer, collected all dues. Com' pleting this fine group of ofhcers was John Tharp, an efficient sergeantfatfarms. Advisor for the group was Mr. Trojan, Industrial Arts teacher at Lincoln. Ski Club Officers-Bottom Row-Pat Gladwell, secretary: Gail Le Beau, treasurer, Gary Ratzloff. president: Lowell Bamford vice-president. Top row-Mr. Trojan, advisor: John Tharp, sergeant-at-arms. Bottom Row-P. Lautermilch, S. Smith, M. Swalley, G. Lavender, Y. Rassmussen. J. Anderson, P. Gibb, D. Joyce, L. Smith. Row 2-B. Blair, T, Bamford, K. Lust. J. Irwin, E. Shindle. J. Fisher, J. Guelfy, M. Friz, S. Gaisford, M. Gac. P. Whiteford. J. Hanson. Row 3-S. Malacky, B. Weatherall, M. Vincent. C. Prausa, M. Brenden, S. Holtorf, S. Fritts, C. Johnson. E. Hallis, B. Sweet, B. Colbo, P. Stubsjoen. Top Row-F, Mer- riman, D. Holt, G. Purvis. J. Putman, D. Twibell. L. Hauge, G. Jezek, T. Manteufel. F. Wilgus, J. Bozich, P. lverson, E. Tjorsled, D. Schwich- tenberg. 1 11 Roller Skating-Officers-J. Moody, sergeant-at-arms, C. Ferguson, as- sistant sergeant-at-arms: D. Edwards, president. Row 2-E. Mclntosh. vice-presidentg D. Kuhne, S. Amonson, keeper oi' merits: C. DeGreef. secretary. Top row-Mr, Carlson, adviser. Club-Bottom Row-L. Campbell, R. Wetherbce. J. Sather, J. Ruther- ford, D. Bremner, D. Wire, P. Croft, C. Collett, D. Jones. Row 2-S. Clifford, C. Cummings, J. Hall, M. Robinson, Y. Holloway, M. Holloway. J. Riley, P. Ownings, D. Larlow, P. Glastetter, M. Heider. C. Stone, W. Preszler, L. Michard. Row 3-B. Srsen, G. Liddle, P. Benjamin, R. Mi- chel, V. Peterson, M. Witiner, E. Jackson, C. Roberts, R. Tingstad, E. Fitchnee, V. Hughes, N. Hulscher, P. Anderson, D. Lewellyn, J. Joy, R. Hughes, J. Roberto. J. Rosenquist. Top Row-G. Hipkins. M. Muench, M. Elledge. P. Benson, R. Mahoney, N. Bashey, E. Jackie, D. McCor- mick, B. Riley, G. Grout, F. Underwood, M McIntosh. B. Madsen, R. Babbit, M. Ploegsma. D. Seller, C. Clowers. N. I-leihne. J. Erdahl. Rollin Railsplitters Set New Point stein To promote the art of roller skating and once again stressing the fun in roller skating, were the aims of this year's Lincoln Roller Skating Club. Starting a new point system, which gave memf bers a chance to work toward a pin or an emblem, the Rolling Railsplitters completed another sucf cessful year. To earn a pin members had to skate seven nights or have a total of twentyfone points, which could be earned by going to meetings every other Thursf day evening, helping on committees, or doing some' thing serviceable for the organization. Emblems were awarded to the top five members who had a total of 180 points or more. To gain admission to the club Christmas party, Lincolnites donated food for Yuletide baskets, which were given to many needy families. Adding Ili to the social calendar was a planned trip to the Federal Way Roller Bowl. A bake sale, with proceeds going toward the March of Dimes, and a spudnut sale added to the treasury. During the fall season, along with the regular skating meetings at the rink, the members sponsored a profitable public skating party at the Roller Bowl. To conclude the year, the installation of new officers and the presentation of awards highlighted the annual farewell banquet. Advising the skaters this year was Arthur Carlf son, with Dorothy Edwards, presiding over the meetings: Eileen Mclntosh. vicefpresidentg Carolyn DeGreef, secretary, Darla Kuhne and Sandra Amonson, keeper of meritsg jean Moody, sergeant' atfarmsg and Charla Ferguson, assistant sergeantf atfarms. Lynx trive To Promote Art ol Ice lzating Urging students to discover the skill and the en' joyment in the art of ice skating, members of the Lincoln Ice Skating Club have given an entertainf ing extrafcurricular activity to the students of Linf coln High School. Highlighting the calendar of events were a num' ber of public skating parties at the Lakewood Ice Arena. Among these were "Sliding Shamrocksf' held during March, and "Skate, Shiver and Shake," held during the Yuletide season. Chartering a bus to go to the Seattle Civic Ice Arena, provided mem' bers with a gala skating party and gave them a new experience to practice skills as well as spills at a new arena. The Spring season saw the annual club picnic held at Surprise Lake, along with many Spudnut sales, which added to the funds of the treasury. Members worked extremely hard to obtain a minimum of 20 skating hours, the record of which was kept in a special log at the ice rink, to enable them to receive either their pin or letter. An addif tional 20 hours, for a total of 40 skating hours, was necessary to receive the alternate award. Meetings were held twice a month on the first and third Wednesdays, along with weekly skating at the Lakewood Ice Arena. Under the new advisership of Leonard I-Iolden, the meetings of the Slippery Lynx were headed by Roberta Gruver, presidentg Theresa Qlson, vice' president, Sherri Bray, secretary, and janet Brown, treasurer. X Ice Skating Cluh-Officers-L. Holden, adviser, R. Gruver, president T. Olsen, vice-president: S. Bray, secretary: J. Brown. treasurer. Bottom--L. Campbell, P, Whiteford. P. Fox, C. Burch, G. Larnberson, J. Snyder, M. Maxwell, E. Martin, J. Cool, S. Taylor, B. Topps, N. Moore. Second Row-P. Iverson. C. Johnson, M. Fatland, K. Buckber- ger, J. Richmond, B. Sadie. M. Brenden, S. Blake, V. Sherrill, G. Ry- bolt, P. Fettr, D. Severnak. Top Row-D. Collomore, S. Hanson, S, Lind S, Marcy, C. Moore, M. Moeller, J, Cook, K. Taylor, R. Patterson. Ji Keller, I, Doellefeld, M. Moller, B. Anderson. IIB Retailers Become ournalists For . R. The "Washington Retailers Club Reporter" was edited by the Distributive Education class this year. This special honor was awarded to them with a high goal to be upheld in publishing this state paper. The editor, Karen Lust, had many helpers, and her staff consisted of Sharon Smith and Betty Evenson, Assistant Editors: Lowell Bamford and Sue Malacky as Feature Editors. Mrs. Loismarie Doerner was the advisor and director of this paper. Frequent speakers and guests were highlights in the classroom activities. The project of painting "Lynx" cowfbells kept the club busy and gave members an opportunity to use their selling tech' niques in selling the bells to the rooters at the chilly football games. The club started the year with the annual "Welf come Banquetl' at which the various activities and projects to be carried on throughout the year were discussed. Ending the yearly projects was an Em' ployer Banquet which proved to be a tremendous success. Sue Malacky and Lowell Bamford were the win' ners in the class competition for the Merchandising Manuals which were on "Fur" and 'LPendleton Wcuol," and, as in preceding years, the manuals were sent to the State Convention, which was held in Pasco, Washingtcmn, this year. Among the many activities held was a field trip to Frederick and Nelson's in Seattle in the fall, and a Spring Style Show in April put on by the class with the help of local stores. The club was led by an efficient group of oihcers with Gail Purvis as presidentg Gene Beardsley, vice' presidentg Juanita Geer, secretaryftreasurerg and Sharon Smith, corresponding secretaryg with Judy Putman and Frank Merriman as class chair' ll4 IUCN. Retailers-Officers-G. Purvis, president: G. Beardsley. vice-presi- dent: S. Smith, corresponding secretary: K. Lust. W.R.C. editor. Bottom Row-S. Scheels, D. Peddersen. S. Gaisford, B. Weatherall. B. Evenson, J. Elliott, S. Gibson, L. Golden. Row 2-G. Whittier, S. Malacky, J. Putman. T. Doane, S. Bray, H. Glastetter. B. Early. P. Stubsjoen, T. Cook. Top Row-V. Angeline. K. Peterson, D. Schwichtenberg. R. Scharf, F. Merriman, T. Manteufel, F. Wilgus. J. Richburg, C. Hall, D. Hershey, L. Bamford, S. Edwards, R. Hagen. Future Nurses' Club Achieves Hi la Goals All Lincoln girls interested in Nursing as a caf reer are eligible for membership in the Future Nurses' Club. Meetings are held the iirst and third Friday of each month. Seventeen new members were initiated into Lin' coln's Future Nurses' Club last Cctober. Mrs. George Kitterdge, president of the Tacoma Wcinif en's Medical Auxilliary was guest speaker at the ceremony. At a pajama party after the initiation, the girls conducted a box social in order to raise money. In November all the Pierce County Future Nurses' Clubs held their first officers meeting to get acquainted with each other, and to talk over the work and problems of each club. The Lincoln Club was instrumental in planning this meeting. A getfacquainted skating party for the mem' bers of these Pierce County Clubs was held in Def cember, and the girls also toured the Tacoma Gen' eral Hospital and their school of Nursing. Future Nurses Club-Officers-Row l-D. Hauge. secretary: S. Amonson, president: L. Buckmari, vice-president. Top row-W. Frederick, adviser: J. Jones, program social chairman: P. Sellers, treasurer. Club-Bottom Row-L. Campbell, P. Whitford, L. Graham. J. Fahey, R. Taylor, B. Janson, D. Wire. L. Sanders. Row 2-D. Rarick, T. Hall, D. Jones. P. Scott, M. Garmon, E, McIntosh, E. Paul. B. Hanson, B. Pearl.. Row 3-F. Gates. M. Mcwhirter, L. Heemstra, C. Truher, I. Doellefeld. C. Snavely. S. Torgensori, A. Sather, D. Spatafore, J. Reintjes. E. Smethhursi. C. Atkins. A new point system whereby the girls can earn pins and emblems was started this year. The girls can work at the Pierce County Hospital and the Pierce County Health Center to earn these points. The awards were presented at the installation serv' ice in May. A speaker from Rainier State School in Buckley highlighted the january meeting with an interest' ing talk and movie. In February the girls traveled to Buckley for a tour oi the school, and the senior members visited St. Josephs open house. This year's oihcers are: Sandra Amonson, presidentg Loretta Buckner, vicefpresident: Dar' lene Hauge, secretary: Pat Sellers, treasurer: and Janice jones, programfsocial chairman. Mrs. Wziiif da Frederick, school nurse, and Mrs. D. A. Marlatt, from the VJomen's Auxilliary, were the advisors of the group. Ili Christian Fellows ip Uplaolcls lcleals Meeting the first fifteen minutes of each lunch period on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday is the Lincoln Christian fellowship. The main purpose of the club is to promote Christian fellowship and testimony. Since prayer is a starting blueprint for such a foundation, the Fellovvshippers meet at 8:15 each morning throughout the year for a prayer meeting. Discussions on various religious topics, student speakers, testimonies, and scripture read' ings are the general makeup of their noon meetings. These students plan programs which will promote good Christian fellowship for young people of every denomination. Cn the fun side, the Fellovvshippers held their annual Sophomore Initiation Party in October: in February the club held a bake sale at Felkins Food Store, 64th and Pacific Avenue, which netted the club 31400. A snovv party was also held in February. A spaghetti dinner was held March 23. The May banquet and installation of officers was held at the Evangelical Free Church, 64th and Portland Avenue. The year's social activities were concluded in June with a salmon bake at the home of Donna lvlarush. Leading the club this year were Zona Jennings, presidentg Dick Beddoe, vicefpresidentg Marie Zevf enbergen, secretaryftreasurerg Donna Marush, pub' licity chairman: Duane Christensen, chaplain, and Cloria Clson, historian. Miss Ethel Brinegar and Miss Eva Wakelee are advisors to the club. Lincoln Christian Fellowship-Officers-M. Zevenbergen, secretary- treasurerg Z. Jennings, presidentg G. Olson, historian. Top Row-E. Brinegar, adviser: D. Marush, publicity chairmang D. Beddoe, vice- presidentg D. Christensen, chaplain. Cluh--Bottom Row-M. Lund, F. Smyth, A. Spencer. S. Franks, S. Ben- nett. D. Rarick, S. Boucher, J. Sides, J. Sides, M. West. Second Row- J. Peer, C. Brozovich. L. Reynolds, J. Keller, M. Potter, M, Garman. D. Jones, I. Curtiss, C. Sundholm. Top Row--N. Taylor. D. Apthorp, J. Doellefeld, R. Berqulst. N. Berger. B. MacDicken, S. Webb, A. Sund- holm. S. Burns, W. Turk. llo Hi-Y-Officers-Bottom row-J. Devish. secretary.: G. Jezek, president T. Manteufel, sergeant-at-arms. Top row-J. Kalivas, social chairman D. Christensen, chaplain, L. Hauge, treasurer. Hi-Y-Bottom--L. Bamford, B. Hess, G. Ratzlaff, F. Merriman, J. Web- ster C. Wyler, D. Morgan. Row 2-J. Tharp M. Bashey, R. Mahoney D. Hershey, F. Wilgus, G. Beardsley, D. Schwichtenberg, M. Jangard: J. Harrington. Row 3-D. Davidson, L. Larson, D. Cook, J. Durkee, B. West, G. Flattum. J. Sabol. To row-D. Bennett, W. Tweden, R. Fergu- P son, D. Twibell, S. Peterson, C. Karst, R. Magnus. Lincoln Hi-Y Maintains Christian Ideals A service organization devoted to maintain high Christian character throughout the school, was the purpose of the Lincoln HifY club. Each year this worthy club donates money to the Y.M.C.A. for the world service campaign to promote various activities throughout foreign countries. An event looked forward to by all was the tra' ditional festivities of Football Night. The members of HifY selected as their queen Beverly Sweet, with Marlene Swalley and Sharon Smith as her attendf Zl1'ltS. An exciting and hilarious event was that of the Lincoln faculty and the HifY basketball game, which took place in the boys gym. Everyone had fun at this contest which the faculty won 4069. Every year the members of HifY conclude the year with a Spring SemifFormal Dance. To make the year more memorable, they planned a cruise for the enjoyment of the boys and their dates. For the first time at Lincoln, two members of HifY were elected to offices at the Youth Legislaf ture in Olympia. Gordon Flattum was elected as the lobbyist and John Sabol as the committee chairman. Ciiicers for this year were, Cary jezek, presif dent, Roy Cummings, vicefpresidentg joe Devish, secretary, Lee Hauge, treasurer, Ted Manteuful, sergeantfatfarmsg and Duane Christensen, chaplain. Now continuing his second year as adviser for HifY is Mr. Lyon, Lincoln English teacher. 117 Talzolala Chapters Perform ln Harmony "We, the younger generation, are striving now to build a better world." Abiding by this rule, the six Takolah chapters, under the supervision of the Young WcJmen's Christian Association, completed another successful year of activities. Due to the inf crease in membership to YfTeens, a new chapter, Chapter F, was formed this fall. Individual chapters cooperated in sending many Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets to poor and needy families. Frosted trees and huge candy canes gayly deco' rated the Fellowship Hall as the annual "Mistlef tolo," one of the many joint projects of the chapf ters, was a gala success. Cofoperating with the HifY Council, the lnterfclub Council, which includes a representative from each group, planned the sec' ond successful MidfWinter Conference at the Jones Hall of the College of Puget Sound. The 'Spring Tolo" and the annual "Spaghetti Twist" were highlighted during the spring season. To conclude the year, senior YfTeen girls were honored at the "Senior Farewell Banquet," which also includes the installation of new officers. A box lunch, bake sales, penny auctions, and other money making projects were successful to individual chapters. Besides various speakers and demonstrations, there were splash parties in the YWCA pool, gay holiday parties, pajama parties, and a cruise aboard the Gallant Lady. IIS Chapter A-Officers-Bottom-L. Peterson, secretary: P. Gladwell, president: J. Rosellini, treasurerg E. Marinig. program chairman: J. Guelfy, inter-club representative. Group--Bottom-L. Smith, C. Watkins. J. Anderson, D. Wire, J. Olson. M. Menge, T. Bamford, E. Finn, B. Blair. L. Michaud. Row 2-J. Hall, M. Swalley, B. Trosper. B. Bowling, J. Brown, L. Gladwell, C. Bartell, P. Owings, E. Boyd, G. Holt, J. Houghton, C. Burch, J. Gates. Top-C. Boje, R. Gruver. J. Faulk, J. Srsen, B. Srsen, L. Dees, G. Hall, C. Snavely, C. Williams. S. Jorgensen. P. French. S. Gibson, C. Reis, M. Friz. Chapter B-Officers-Bottom-B. Sweet. inter-club: J. Cootes. president, C. Grant, vice-president, T0pvD, Cailler. chairman, M, Bryans, treasurerg F. Kirby, program chairman. Group--Bottom-D. Horr. M. Osness, P. Gibb, L. Roberts. J. Caillier, P. Whiteford, L. Campbell. Row 2-D. Reichl. K. McLaughlin, R. Taylor. S. Alexander, V. Owings, B. Dutton, S. Williams. D, Anderson, S. Wilson. Row 3-D. Seydell, J. De Mars. C. Pauschert. L. Becker. J, Weightman. B. Taunt. P. Frayne. N. Bashey, D. Seydell, J. Lamb. Top-S. Tracy, M. Barcus, C. Ludgate, E. Hallis. P. Gregg. P. Lindskog, L. Williams. J, Jensen, D. McCabe, S. Buttz, M. White, L. Tippie. Chapter C-Officers-Bottom-P. Lautermilch, inter-club: E, Shindler. president: D. Joyce, vice-president. Top-J. Erdahl. lreasurerg G. Le Beau. secretary: M. Welsh, program chairman. Group-C. Laurent, K. Martin, D. Pierce, C. Imus, P. Wells. J. Matheasen, D. Farlow, B. Sadle, S. Blake, J. Prather, J. Christiansen, J, Sny- der. J. Cox. Row 2-K. Vaughn, K. Manful. B, Fox, P. Thompson, J. Oakland, S. Bray. M. Maxwell. C, King. D, Edwards, M. Heider ff. Verlo. P. Davis. S, Gadbow. Row 3-L. Holdren, Mr. Moore, A. Sather, L. Herness, T. Olson. L. Kirmse, N. Lundquist. D. Bittle. C. Stephens. D, Marush, M. Moeller, R. Michel, P. Little. Chapter D-Officers-L. Myhre, secretary: C. Miller. president: P. Bekemans, treasurer, M. Kent, inter-club: C. Hager, vice-presidznt. Group-J. Beadwell. D. Bremner, J. Ciro, A. Cusato. D. Swanson, E. Allen. Row 2-C. Johnson, D. Nelson, J. Merlo, V. Linstrom, E. Martin. J. Cootes, R. Robinson, V, Munro. S. Kuenzli. Top row-J. Riser. M. Hansen, C. Nadeau, K. Tayor, K. Engler. A. Johnson, C. I-Iudson, S. Hanson. ' B. Nelson, Chapter E-Officers-J. Saar. secretary: C. Prausa, president: S. Hemminger. vice-presidentg B. Evenson. program chairman: S. Malacky, treas- urer, K. Barclay, inter-club. Group-V. Olson. J. Hollycross, Y. Rasmussen. G. Isbell, D. Shropshire, G. Gustafson, S. Smith, D. Dean, J. Irwin. K. Lust. C. Lavender, J. Richmond. D. Deatherage. P. Deatherage. Row 2--J. Kuchenmeister, J. Elliot, B. James, J. Reick, J. Putman, G. Good, Z. Meing. B. Early. S. Hagen. C. Rogers, S. Terry, P. Iverson, J. Kilby. S. Holmes. Row 3-C. Clowers, S. Weeks, S. Murdock, B. Clements, J. Murphy, J. La Rue, D. Simons, C. Johnson. M. Fatland, M. Vincent, D. Ansberry. G, Purvis, B. Weatherall, Chapter F-Officers-M, Hodges. P. Dunn, president, L. Ketner, vice-president, C. Marshall, program chairmang N. Browning. secretary: K. Norton. inter-club: J. Devish, assistant treasurer. Group-D. Josties, R. Huntley, M, Cox, H. White, K. Wood, S. Cory. U. Cook, S. Adler. Row 2-J. Singleton. C. Moore, M. Huntley, G. Whylie. D. Spatafore, J. Catton. P, Spiller. J. Sloan, V. Jorgensen. C. Freisheim. Top-J. Conner. M, Milhoan, D. Goetzka, M. Moller, K, Gifford. E. Tjorstad, J. Devish. R. Bott, L. Sundahl, B, Anderson. IIU Forrestry Club-Bottom row-A. McWilliams, D. Woodward. treasurer: R. Magnus, R. Kirk, sergeant-at-arms: T. Carnes. president: S. Gaisford, P. Stubsjoen, vice-president: J. Haneline, H. Gartner. Row 2-N. Moore, B. Topps, M. Gac, D. Holt, B. Kiesel, R. Matson, R. LeRay. Row 3-H. Henthorn. T. Nash, L. Lovgren, G. Dieffenback, P. Steiro, M. Jangard, B. Ernst. D. Smith. B. Kirk. Row 4-S. Edwards, R. Ewen, B. Berquist. G. Haskins, T. Hanlin, A. Frank, T. Tipton, B. Glover. Top row-D. Heritage, B. Merkeim, E. Ahrens, R. Dove, D. DeGreef, P. Ettinger, D. Greenleaf, J. Lion. The amera luh inis es Scraplnoole Flash! There goes another bulb used by the Camera Club of Lincoln High School. This year the Camera Club's most important project was to complete a scrap book of pictures which will be sent to our affiliation school in Germany. Since the club has been working without a dark room and the proper equipment for the past few years every member is anxiously look' ing forward to the new dark room which will be located in the new Fine Arts Building. Funds for the Camera Club were raised by sell' ing cotton candy after school and many other successful projects and activities, and from the fifty cents a semester dues which each member must pay. Assisting Mr. Sheldon Brooks, a camera conf scious advisor, was a very efficient group of off ficers, consisting of g Dennis Hamilton, presidentg Clair Truher, vicefpresidentg Sharon Hoyt, secf retaryg and Ken White, treasurer. llll oresters Enter the ationa Contest Of the three projects the Forestry Club worked with this year, the major one was, as a group, their entrance in a national contest sponf sored by the Tacoma Garden Club. The object of this contest was to contribute to the forest conservation movement. Minor projects were to finish a cabinet which is to be used in a class room for Forestry III sum' mer session, and to replant seedlings in approxif mately ten acres at the tree farm. Activities of these healthy young foresters consisted of a field trip to Motint Rainier in February, and planting day at the tree farm where they picnicked with box lunches. At an assembly presented to the sophomore class to illustrate the various activities of the inf dividual clubs, "I was a Lumberjack for the F.B.I.," was the colorful skit presented by the foresters. Mr. David Trier, Forestry teacher, was the club advisor, and officers were: Tom Carnes, president, Pat Stubsjoen, vicefpresidentg Sharon Caisford, secretaryg and David Wcuodwcarth, treasurer. Camera Club-Bottom Row-Mr, Brooks, advisor: D. Hamilton. C. Truher, K. While. Second Row-L. Campbell, S. Hoyt, P. White- ford. J. Albro. M. Stubbs, L. Albro. Third Row-A. Spencer.4N. Bashey, N. Reinvik, C. Abbott, S. Burns, S. Bennett. S. Hemmin- ger, E. Mclntosh. Top Row-J. Shudy Jr., D. Van Volkenburg, J. Amdal, B. Eyres, F, Troupe, B. Riley, M. Uitmer. Abe Ke lers Shoot or Hi lier Cores Boosting student interest in bowling and enf couraging development of greater skills comprise the twoffold aim of the Lincoln Bowling Club. Eight teams were organized to compete in the school league. These teams bowled against each other every Tuesday afternoon after school. Boys and girls with the highest averages were formed into All-Star teams for competition against other schools. The keglers met and def feated Carheld of Seattle and Federal Way among others. Art Club Growin Now in the second year of existence the Lin' coln Art Club is on its way to being one of the more active clubs at Lincoln. As well as earning money to keep the club financially on its feet, the club offers the school a great service. Though receiving little recognition for their efforts, the Art Club members set to work with ingenuity and ample amounts of elbow grease making displays, signs, and posters. Through work in the club, the members learned to get along with their fellow men, as well as learning art techniques that are pleasurable and profit' able. The memory of the fun, learning, and the service that they have had and offered will lin' ger long in the minds of the artists, sketchers, painters, designers, and just plain droodlers. At the helm of the club this year was Marietf ta Butts, as president, with Donald Tracy ad' viser for the club. Bowling Club-Group I-Bottom Row-C. Laurent, D. Bremner, S. Scharmota. M. Hollowoy, M. More, E. Anderson, S. Burns. Second row-L. Goff, G. Lind, J. Joy, D. Ansberry, C. Lavender. C. Johnson, D. Spiller, C. Sappington, B. Eyres. Top row-A. J. Smith, adviserg D. Roscoe, L. Hildebrand, D. Feldmann, D. Ran- kin, G. Thompson, D. Arfman. Group Il-Bottom Row-S. Massey, E. Jensen, D. Lefor, S. Gis- lason, P. Smyth, K. Wood. Second row-P. Siler, R. Ivarsen, J. Webster, M. Fatland, P. Iverson, B. Peart, P. Spiller. Top Row- D. Dempski, T. Trowbridge, D. Bombardier, J. Preuss, D. De- forrest, B. Bower, J. Haneline. Topping the individual statistics for the year were Doris Lefor and Larry Goff. Doris paced the girls with a good 484 series and 190 games. Larry banged out a whopping 647 series and 265 game. Leading the trundlers this season was Mr. Arthur Smith, adviser. Student oiiicers were Doris Lefor, president, Dave Dempski, vice' president, Pat Smyth, secretaryg and Pat Spiller, treasurer. Art Club-Bottom row-Mr. Tracy, adviser: M. Butts, C. Win- chester. Second row-L. Albro, J. Albro, L. Holdren, P. Siler, Y. Rasmussen, C. Clegg. Top Row-E. Smith. D. Rader, B. Ri- ley. L. Curtis. P. McPhaden, G. Warner. 121 Bottom-J. Johnson, president, A. Lewis, D. McCabe, D. Wallace, Zierman. J. Spiering, G. Wynkoop. 2nd-L. Eyres, J. Wise, G. Hilton. M. White, B. Corbin, L. Bennett, C. Miller. Top-F. Black, S. Clowers, M. Johnson, J. Cool, Mr. Sharp, advisor: L. Fix, F. Burton. Lincoln bookkeepers for the news staff. D. Thomas, D. Luellen. Hi-Y Dance gala affair. C arro Club Active To improve student's horsemanship and to promote more interest in this activity was the aim of the Lincoln Horseman's Club. Enthusiastically looking forward to an an' nual event, the Daffodil Parade, were members of this club. Members outfitted themselves gaily in white straw hats, turquoise shirts and pants and silver concha belts and white gloves. Taking lessons at Woodbrook proved to be very successful since the group was given a cut rate. The lessons started from the very beginning with a little history on the horse and working up to the faster gaits or ground work. Every Thursday night, the girls served ref freshments to the Sherifs posse after their drills at Woodbrcmok. The men really enjoyed this and the girls did a Wonderful job of pref paring the refreshments. Serving this year as ollicers of the Horseman's Club were president, Joyce Johnson, vicefpresident, Carole Ziermang secretary, Donna Wallace, 122 treasurer, Georgianna Wynkoopg sergeantfatfarms, Frank Black. This year's advisor was John Sharp. Ski enthusiasts. Bottom-P. Scott, M. Braden, D. Seydell. Top-B. Glover. Upper lefi-Stadium faheml Exchange Assembly. Center left-P. Lautermilch 8: J. Amdal "Bop on Ice." Lower left-MarKetts in Action! Upper right-Home Relations Class has party for St. Ann's Orphanage. Center right-"Refreshment Time" for M. Miller, K. Peterson, L. Hauge, C. Riese. Lower right-Success at last! C. Birch, Ken lLucky Jonesj. R. Gruver. 123 Upper left-Hi Y has successful car wash. Upper right-D,E.'e1-s illustrate wrong way for job application. G. Purvis, J. Elliott. Center left-Daffodil Beauties model spring hats. C. McDonald. B. Zevenbergen. Center Fight--L6ltE'l'lllill1'S Dance wus gala success. D. Ziernmn. Lower left-Retailers visit Frederick 8: Nelson in Seattle. Lower rightfClothing classes demonstrate sewing skill. C- Johnson M. Mengi, M, Friz, J. Jones, 114 18-Football-Centralia, there S SEPTEMBER CIIOOI Calendar 9-Howdy Dance-Sportsmen's Club 1 5 -Retailers Club Dinner 16-GridfGofRound Assembly 2 3-Football-King's-X Game Marcetta Ki Dance 27-Girl's Club Sophomore Tea 30-Football--Aberdeen, there L.L.L. Dance OCTOBER 7-Football-Yakima, there Girl's Club Dance 10-Election Assembly 14-Football-Olympia, here 20-Football-Bellarmine, here 27-College Conference 28-Football-Bremerton, there NOVEMBER 1-D.E. Field Trip to Frederick E3 Nelson 2-Football Rules Assembly, john Kennedy 4-Lettermen's Club Dance 10-Football-Hoquiam, here Student Council Dance 15-P.T.A. BackftofSchool Night JANUARY 5-Wrestling-Fife, there 6-Basketball-Stadium, C.P.S. 10-Basketball-Bellarmine, C.P.S. 1 1-Swimming-Longview, here 12-Wrestling-Puyallup, there 13-Aberdeen Exchange Assembly 17-Basketball-Olympia, there 18-Swimming-Stadium, there 20-Basketball-Centralia, here 24-Basketball, Bellarmine, C.P.S. 26-Wrestling-Longview, there 27-Basketball-Hoquiam, here Sophomore Assembly End of Semester 3 l-Basketball-Stadium, C.P.S. FEBRUARY 2-Wrestling,-Fife, here 3-Basketball-Aberdeen, there Swimming-Olympia, there Winter Music Concert 7-Basketball-Olympia, here 8-Swimming-Aberdeen, here 10-Basketball-Centralia, there Swimming-Vancouver, there Lincoln Da Assembl Assembly 23-HifY Dance Girls' Club Assembly Western 24- Y Y 1 5-Assembly-C.W.C.E. Band Concert 16-Wrestling-Lake Washington, here 17-Basketball-Hoquiam, there 18-Swimming-Capitol League at Madigan 20-Wrestling-Stadium, there Basketball-Stadium, P.L.C. Swimming-Stadium, here 24-Turkey Day Game 28-Psychology classes field trip to State Hospital DECEMBER 8-Hoop-GofRound 10-Basketball-Clover Park, there 13-Basketball-Puyallup, here l 5 -Football Banquet 16-Basketball-O'Dea, there Christmas Vespers 18-Christmas Vespers 20-Basketball-Renton, there 21-Basketball-Franklin Pierce, here 23-Christmas Assembly 27-Basketball-O'Dea, here 26f3O-Christmas Vacation District Wrestling Meet, here 27-P.T.A. Rummage Assembly MARCH 2f3-State Wrestling Meet at Pullman 3f4-State Swimming Meet at Seattle 5f9-XfRay Unit here 6-Faculty Basketball Game 8f9-Senior Class Play-The Remarkable Incident at Carson Corners 14-Olympia Exchange Assembly 21-Vocational Conference 24-Senior Ball-Memories 26f3O-Spring Vacation 125 chool Calendar . . . continue APRIL Golf-Bremerton, here -Baseball---Franklin Pierce, here -Golf-Aberdeen, here -Baseball--Clover Park, there Assembly-W.W.C.E. choir -Golf-Stadium, here -Baseball---Puyallup, there Tennis--Aberdeen, there Track-Hoquiam, here -Golf-Centralia, there -Tennis-Stadium, there Baseball--Bellarmine, here -Baseball--Hoquiam, here Golf-Olympia, here Tennis-Olympia, here Track-Aberdeen, there -Golf-Centralia, here -Baseball-Stadium, here -D E. Assembly -Golf-Clover Park, here -Junior Prom Baseball-Olympia, there Tennis-Centralia, there Track-Centralia, here -Takolah Spring Tolo -Golf-AberdeenfHoquiam, there Election Assembly MAY 2-Track-Clover Park Invitational 4-Baseball-Aberdeen, there Golf-Hoquiam, here Tennis-Clympia, there 7-Golf-Olympia, there 8-Baseball-Bellarmine, there Tennis-Eatonville, there 10-Golf-Stadium, there 1 1-Baseball-Centralia, here Tennis, Aberdeen, here Track-StadiumfBellarmine, here 14-Tennis-Bremerton, here 16-Senior Brunch 17-Golf--Puyallup, here 18-Baseball--Stadium, there Tennis--Stadium, here Track--District at Highline 21-Golf-Bremerton, there 22--Tennis----Centralia, here 24-Golf-Puyallup, there 25 -Formal Music Concert Tennis----Eatonville, here 2926-State Track Meet at Pullman 28-Golf-Clover Park, there JUNE 1-Senior Assembly 3-Baccalaureate 6-Graduation Title ....... Forward .... Dedication --- Stall ........ Contents ...... Administration Faculty ............. Business Education --- Custodial, Cafeteria .... English ............. Fine Arts ......... Foreign Language .... Guidance ......... Home Economics --- H. P. E, ........ Industrial Arts --- Math ............ Main OHlce Stalls .... Science ......... Social Science Mr. Hardie ...... P. T. A. ........... Principal's Message .... Senate ............ Student Council --- Classes Senior Class --- Junior Class ..... Sophomore Class -- Boys' Athletics Baseball ............. Baseball-Reserve ........ Basketball-First Team ........... Basketball Inspiration ...... Basketball Scoring ......... Basketball-Soph. BlackfGold Basketball-Reserve ....... Boys' Student Leaders ...... Football-First Team --- Football Inspiration .... Football-Reserve --- Football Scoring --- Football-Sophomore Golf ............ Intramural ....... Mr. Schwarz ......... Reserve Rifle Team .... Swimming .......... Tennis .......... Track ............. Varsity Rifle Team .... Wrestling ....... Girls' Athletics Girls' Sports Heads .... Girls' Student Leaders -- Posture Parade ...... Winning Teams --- IN --- 1 --- 2 --- 3 -----128 --- 4 -6f11 --- 8 --- 11 --- 6 --- 8 --- 9 --- 11 --- 10 --- 9 --- 10 --- 9 --- 11 --- 7 --- 7 --- 5 --- 14 - 5 --- 13 --- 12 --- 17 --- 34 --- 41 64-65 ------- 66 60f61 -------- 59 -------- 62 -------- 63 --- --- 63 - --- 49 51f53 --- 50 --- 55 --- 54 --- 55 ----- 67 7Of71 --- 49 ----- 72 56f57 ------- 67 68169 ----- 72 --- 58 --- 73 ----- 73 ------- 77 74f75 DEX Activities A Cappella Choir ....... ..... 8 4 Advanced Girls' Glee .... ...... 8 5 Affiliation ............ ..... 9 4f95 Band ............. ..... 8 2 Band Ensembles -- --- 86 Band Major .......... --- 93 Band Maiorettes ........ --- 93 Beginning Girls' Glee .... --- 85 Boys' Glee ........... --- 85 Dacke1Staff ........ --- 99 Daffodil Attendants --- --- 91 Girls' Club Paper Staff --- --- 99 Health Center Girls ..... --- 97 Junior Choir ............. --- 85 junior Prom Committee .... --- 87 Librarians ............. --- 97 Lincoln Day Assembly --- --- 90 Lincolnian ........... --- 81 Lincoln News ...... --- 80 Lunchroom Helpers -- --- 96 Movie Crew ...... .... - -- 98 Ofhce Girls .............. --- 96 Orchestra ................. --- 83 Public Address System Crew --- --- 98 Quill and Scroll ............ --- 79 Red Cross Girls ............. --- 97 "Remarkable Incident at Carson Corners" ....................... 8889 Senior Ball Committee ....... ..... 8 7 Song Queens ......... --- 93 Stage Crew ........ --- 98 Trafhc Crew .... --- 98 Vocal Ensembles --- --- 86 Yell Leaders ..... --- 92 Clubs Aqua Maids -- ..... 106 Art Club ....... ..... 1 21 Bowling Club --- .... -121 Camera Club ...... ..... 1 20 Forestry Club ...... ..... 1 20 Future Nurses Club .... ..... 1 15 Girls' Club ....... ..... 1 02 I'Ii'Y ............ ..... l 17 Honor Society ...... ..... 1 01 Horsemen's Club .... ..... 1 22 Ice Skating Club .......... ..... 1 13 Lettermen's Club ............ ..... 1 05 Lincoln Christian Fellowship ........ 116 Lincoln Letter Lassies ....... ..... 1 04 Marcetta K1 .......... -- ..... 108 Pep Club .......... ..... 1 09 Retailers' Club .... ..... 1 14 Rifle Club ......... ..... 1 07 Roller Skating Club --- .... -112 Ski Club .......... ..... l 1 1 Sportsmen's Club --- ....... -103 Takolah -.-.--... ----- 1 18f1 19 Usher Club ----- ---...- 1 10 127 EditorfinfChief ..... ..... Associate Editors Lincolnian Staff Administration .... ---.-Marilee Andersen Classes ....... ..... E laine Marinig Athletics ..... ....... K en jones Amie Spencer Stall Writers Dave Cavanah lean Bucklin Judy Guelfy Dick Pruett Nobie Moore Barbara jean Topps John Faulkner Louise Smith Susan Malacky Wayne Wilber Girls' Athletics - .... Juanita Greer Activities ..... ..... J ean Hoffman Clubs ..... ---Judy Putman Exchange .... .... G ail Le Beau Photographers .... ..... B ill Eyres jim Amdal Bookkeeper .... ----.-Waldine Margeson Art Work ..... .----Dick Zierman This is your Lincolnian. We have tried to make an accurate record of your 195 5 'S 6 school year. I hope we have put into it the things you will want to remember. Working as editor of the 1956 Lincolnian was an experience I shall never forget. I have truly enjoyed serving you and working with Mrs. Smith and the staff. My deepest thanks to all of them for their cofoperation and to Mrs. Smith for her patient guidance and understand' ing. I should also like to thank Nelson Richards, our professional photographerg Burr Anderson, our printerg joe Lovely and Ernest Grindley of Liberal Engravingg and Architect Lyle Swedf berg who supplied us with actual blueprints of the new wing. Amie Spencer n 128 Typists Karen Barclay Elizabeth Kuntz JoAnn Sullkosky Advisers Editorial----.- .... Mrs. Lily Smith Business .... ...... A rt Carlson Art .... ..... D onald Tracy 4- r A Adler, Sandra ,,,, .... ,,,,,,,Y, 1 9 , 42 Albro, Janis ...... .,,. 1 9, 120, 121 Albro, Lola ......,.. .xx,,,. 1 20, 121 Alexander, Erma ..,,, -..,,xx A,-W---A,Ai 3 5 Alexander, Sandra ...,-.,...,,,,, -19, 42, 85 Allen. Earlyse ........., 19, 42. 75, 101, 102 Amonson, Sandra ....,,.,.... 19, 97, 112, 115 Andal, Nikki ..........,,,,--.,.,,,, ,,,--. 4 2 Andersen. Marilee--12, 13, 18, 19, 74, 75, 81. 101, 104 Andersen, Mari-lynne .v...,1,.,..,,,,,,.,- 42 Anderson, Annette .....1, ,,,,Y,,, 9 , 35 Anderson, Barbara 1,,,,,. ,,,------,,- 1 9 Anderson, Bonnie Jean .... .... 4 2, 97, 113 Anderson, Carol ..,..... ,,.,,,,,,,- 4 2 Anderson, Dona .....,, --V----,- 1 9 Anderson, Elaine ..... .... 1 9, 121 Anderson, Eula .... ,,---1- 4 2 Anderson, Jane ...... .,., 1 9, 111 Anderson, Jeanette--- ,.... --42 Anderson, Kay .,,--- ---1Y1---- 4 2 Anderson, Maxine .... .,,,, 1 09, 112 Anderson, Phyllis .... ,..,...,,1, 4 2 Anderson, Sharon .........,,......,,1 ,,-,1 4 2 Anderson, Tula ...,.......... ,,......,,,,, 3 5 Ansberry, Darlene ...,,,..,-,,,, 19, 102, 121 Apthorp, Dorothy 75 99 104, 116 tucient Index Bremner, Diane .,,,1...,, 20, 96, 97. 112, Brenden, Mary Ellen--20, 101, 108, 111, 113, Brown. Janet ............ 19, 35, 102, 108, Brown, Pheobe .,...,...e...,,,,.,..,..,.. Browning, Nancy .... ---------------19, 121 122 1 13 -85 43 Brozovich, Carole .... ......... 3 5, 116 Bruns, Betty ........ ..,,.,.,,..,.... 2 0 Bruns, Lois .,...,. ......,..,....... 2 0 Bryan, Marylyn .........,.... 13, 35, 101, 104 Buckberger, Kay ......... 20, 85, 96, 108, 113 Bucklin, Jean ..... 12, 18, 20, 79, 81, 101, 108 Buckner, Loretta ...... 13, 18, 20, 99, 101, 115 Burch, Camille .................. 35. 113, 123 Burnett, Rosalee ....................e. 20, 96 Burns, Loretta .... .... 3 5, 101, 116, 120, 121 Burr, Beverly ..... ................. 2 0, 96 Bussard, Nora ................ee..e..e.... 20 Burtner, .Carolyn .,.,11.............,.,.... 43 Butts, Marietta .,...... 18. 20, 79, 97, 101. 121 Buttz, Susan ,... ..,............... 2 0, 96 C Caillier, Dorothy ...,.,, .... 2 0, 104 Caillier, Joan .....,. .... 3 5, 104 Calkins, Lorraine .... Calkins, Marilyn .eee -------35 ------19, 74, , , Armstrong, Lorraine ,-...,,.,,,,,,,, Armstrong, Norma ...... .,,.. ...,,,, Arnold. Blanch ..,,.. Ashton, Kathy ,..-. Atkins, Carole ..,,,,,,. ..,, 1 3, B Baker, Sherry -..,..,,H,,-.-, Y,1,Y-- Baldwin, Blythe ,-,,----,-, ,,-11,,-, Bamford, Terrie ........,.,.. Barclay, Karen .... 19, 81, 83, Barcus, Barnes. Barney, Darlene .... Bamey. Janet .,.. 97. 100 Margie ......,,,,--.. 19, 73, Arlene ..,1,...,,.... ,,,,, - -----19, ------42 ------42 ------35 ------42 19, 115 ------35 -----101 80. 111 101, 104 102, 108 ------35 ------42 -42 Baron. Louise ..,-,.....,,,,,,,,,, 42 35, 102 Bartell, Carolyn .,..- ,.-,-...,,,,, 1 9, 73, 102 Bashey, Nancy--19, 74, 75, 82, 92, 99, 101. 104 Bates, Cathleen .... ....,,..........e., 4 2, 98 Bates. Colleen .,., ..1.. 1 3, 98, 101. 104 Beadell, Julia ..... ,,,,,......, 1 9, 109 Beazely, Joan ,,.., ,,., .,,,,,,.... 4 2 Becker, Lila ...,,,. ..,.,,, 4 2 Beeken, Marian ..,.. .,,,,-, 1 9, 99 Beeler, Sharron .... ,--,...,,.,, 1 9 Beell, Carol ...e..... ............,. 1 9 Bekeman, Patricia .... .,., 3 5, 102, 109 Bender, Jeannette ..e. Benham, Carol ....... Benjamin, Patricia ..... Bennett, Cherile ,.,,. Bennett, Lynn ....., Bennett, Mae .... Bennett. Sharon .... Benson, Pat ....,. Berg, Gail .,.1.... Berger, Carole--- Berger, Jeanne--- ----------------42 ----19, 84, 86. 96 112 --42, -------42 -----------42 -----35, -------35 116, 120 --42. 112 104 ------------35. -------35 Berger, Sue--b ------ ---- 1 3, 42, 83. Beringer, Anita ------ ---------- 2 0 Beringer, Yvonne .--- -42 86, 100 84, 86 20 Bemius, Donna ...- --.------ 4 2 Berry, Joyce .----- ------- 3 5 Berry, Linda ---- --.--.--- 2 0 Bittle, Delene --.-- ------. 1 3, 35 Bice, Susan --..- ---..---.-.- 4 3 Black, Bonnie ----- --..--------.-------- 3 5 Blair, Barbara ---- ---- ---.- . - -35, 80, 111 Blair, Marjory --..---- 35 73, 74, 75, 85, 104 Blake. Susan -...................--... 43, 113 Blakely, Jacqueline ----.-------.-----..... 35 Blankenship, Betty ...- ---- 1 3 35, 108 Bliss, Lindajane -------- .--- 2 0, 101. 108 Blodgett, Donna --..- .... f-.....ff 4 3 Bodin, Sandra ------ ---. 3 5. 104, 108 Bogart, Susan .... -.......-... 3 5 Boje, Carole -.--.- .-..-- 3 5. 80 Bolduc, Carole ----- -4 -.--- 20 Bolduc, Sharon ---- ..-.... 3 5 Bonar, Rosita ---- --.. .....-.-.fA 4 3 Bond, Virginia ---.- ......-...... 1 3, 43 Bosworth, Sharon ---- .-..-.-.......,..-- " 3 Bott, Rena .......... ....... 4 3. 101. 102, 110 Boucher, Sharon .--f.f.....-..-.Y--A- 35- 'Wi Boulton, Marv --..-.-- 13 20. 74. 101, 104, 109 Bowling. Babs ---. .-..........f.f ...f...- 3 6 Boyd, Elaine ...-. ...f-----.----- -Y---- 3 5 Branchick. Ruth .--- ---20, 84 Branot, Beverly ---- -.--- 3 5 Brassey, Barbara -...- ---.---Y--- 2 0 Brassey, Linda .-..... -9--4----- 4 3, 85 Bray, Sherrie ....e- ---, ----- 2 0 , 113, 114 Brebner, Mary Ann ---. ------------35 -----43 Campbell. Carole ------.-.-----....-.---.-- 43 Campbell, Diane -------.--- .- ----------- 35, 84 Campbell, Lois ----- 13, 20, 92, 112, 115, 119, 120 Carns, Billie Anne -----..-----.-------- 20, 99 Carns, Pat -------------------------.--- 43, 85 Carroll. Sandra ---- --..----..----.. 4 3 Cates, Judy ------- -----.---..--.--. 3 5 Catton, Jackie -.--- ---43, 101, 110. 119 Charette, Verle ----- -----.---.--.. 4 3, 119 Chatelle, Arlene ----------------.------.--- 21 Christel, Janet ---.--...-....-.----. Clro, Jane --------.-.-.---- -35, 102, 109. ----- -35 Christiansen, Janet ----- 21, 74, 85,102. 104, 103 ' ' 11 85 Clayberger, Sandra --------------.---- 35, Clements, Barbara ---- --------.-- 3 5, 119 Clifford, Gail -----.- ------- 2 1 Clifford, Sally -.--- ----------- 2 1, 112 Clifton, Floydett ---- -----.----.------ 3 5 Clowers, Charlene ---- ----- 3 5, 112, 119, 122 Cluchey, Sandra --..- -------------.--. 2 1 Colbo, Barbara -----------..- 21, 99, 102, 111 Colbo, Carol ----------------------------- 101 Collamore, Deanna--13, 35, 85. 99, 102, 108,113 Collett. Carolyn ---..--.-.----..------ 97, 112 Cologerou, Carol Ann --------------.------ 21 Conner, Judy ------..--- ----- 4 3, 85. 101, 119 Cook, Jacqueline ------ ----- 4 3, 85, 102. 113 Cook, Yolanda ---- ...------------..- 4 3, 119 Cool, Joan -.--.-----.------- 42, 113, 119, 122 Coombs, Gail .----..-----....--.-.. --...-. 8 0 Cootes, Joanne ------ 20, 73, 99. 102. 108, 119 Corbin, Bonadene ------------------.- 21. 122 Corey, Sharon ---------------.--.----- 42. 119 Corp, Ramona ---- ..--------------- 3 5 Cortesi, Elaine ---- ---13, 35. 75, 85. 108 Cowell, Sharon ---- ------.--------.- 3 5 Cox, Anita ------. ---- 1 3, 82. 83, 86, 101 Cox, Janice ----- ---.---- 4 2, 109, 119 Cox, Mary -------.-- .-----.---- 4 5, 119 Coy, Margaret -------- Cress, Joanne ---------- Crittenden, Nancy ----- Croft, Patricia -------- Cummings, Connie ---- Curtiss, Iva Mae ----- Cusato, Ann ------------ D Dahl, Joan --.----- ---- Danielson, Diane ---- Damell, Edith---- - ----------43 ,,Y,Y1,3,x - - - --11122 ' -----------91, ------------35, -----13. 42, 101 -21 112 112 116 119 , ----35, 83 F6 ---------.42 116 -----------21. Davis, Marilyn .--- .----- . ----- - Davis, Patricia ------ ---- 1 3. 39. 97, Dean. Debby --------- ------ 3 9, 73. Deatherage, Donna ---- -------- 4 2, Deatherage, Peggy ----. -------- DeBock, Kay --------- DeGrange, Carol--- Dees, LaVerne -------- DeGreef, Carolyn ---- DeMars, Janet ------ Dennett, Marilyn ---- Devish. Janet ----- DeWald, Donna ----- Dexter, Mildred ---- Dexter. Sylvia ---- Dickson, Sharon ---- - --111111-39, -ifiiif 773.7 ---2? - 161 --ii-111239, --- --- ---.39. Diseth, Judy .----.....---.-- 39- 72, Dixon, Diane ------------.----- -Y.-- Doellefeld, Ingrid--35, 109, 110. 113, Doleski, Jaqualine -.---.-...--..---- Donlon, Linda --.- 4 .-.--...... 18, 22, DuCharme, Evenly -.--- --......-- Dunn, Marilyn ---.-.. f-f...f- -21. 104 104, 119 75. 119 85. 119 -----119 ------42 U A--no 119 -----.30 102. 119 -f--f-A? 119 1"2 ------36 -42. 110 110 108 104, 107 ------43 115, 116 ------13 100, 101 ------36 -39. 102 Dunn, Pamella ---- Durkee, Eva -------- 119 ------101, 104 -----43, Dursma, Sharon ----- -.-------- 1 3, 85 Dutton. Barbara ---- ---. 4 3, 102, 119 Duvall, Donna ---- --- ---------- --35 E Earley, Beverly -----,,,,-,-,,,,,,,-, 114, 119 Edwards, Carol ----------. - --.----.------,- 43 Edwards, Dorothy ----.-- 36, 97, 108, 112, 119 Edwards, Ethel ----- -------------------- - 43 Eggert, Joyce ----- -----------.-,,,,,, 2 2 Ehmke, Diane ---- -.--,---,- 3 6 Ehnat, Dolores ---- ---.- 3 6, 104 Eicher. LoRae -.---- -------- 4 3 Elkins, Jeannette ---.-.---,,.-- Elledge, Marilyn--'ff' Elliott, June ------- -39 ------------43, 112 -----22, 114, 119. 124 Edsdon, Judy ------- ----.-.-.,--,,,-- 4 3 Engelhardt, Mikel ----- ---- 3 6, 73, 97, 104 Engen, Gurine ---- -----------.--- 3 6 Engen, Signy ------ ---.------------,-,-- , 36 Engler, Kaye ---------.-------- 43, 75, 101, 119 Ephamka, Katy -----------------------.-,- 45 Erdahl, Judith -.----- 36, 96, 97, 102, 112, 119 Erickson, Eileen- -------------------------36 Ethridge, Wilma ----.-----------------.--. 85 Evans, Carla ------ ----------------- 4 3 Evenson. Betty ---- ---. 2 2, 73, 114, 119 Eyres, Lynda ---- --- ----------- 36, 112 F Fahey, Joan ------- --- ---- 108, 115 Fain, Joyce --.------ ------ 4 3, 85 Fallon, Barbara --------------------------- 36 Fallon, Eileen ---------------------------- Farlow, Dianna ------ Fatland, Marlys ------ ------------46, 112, 22, 85, 109, 113, 119. Ferguson, Charla ----- -36, 84, 86, 97, 100, Fette, Pat ------ --- ---------22, 85, 102, -22 119 121 Faulk, Janice -------------------.-- 43, 85, 119 112 113 96 82 Fick, Sophie ---.- Fields, Judy ----- -------------43, 85, ---------43, Finn, Eileen ------ ------- 3 6, 119 Fisher, Janice ------- ---- 2 2, 108, 111 Fitchner, Eyvonne ---- ------- 4 3, 112 Fix. Irmgard .-----. ------------- 4 2 Fix, Linda -------- ----- 4 3, 82, 122 Foster, Sharon ---- ------------.---- 4 3 Fox, Paulette ------- ---13, 43, 113, 119 Franks, Sandra ----- ------.----- 3 6. 116 Frayne. Pat --------- ---- 1 3, 43, 101, 119 Freisheim, Carol ---- ----. 4 3 102, 119 French. Patricia ----- ------- 4 3, 97, 119 Freytag, Mollie ----- .--.-...---.. 3 6, 80 Fritts, Sharon -------- ------..- 2 2, 102, 111 Friz, Margaret -------------- 36, 111, 119, 124 Froechlich, Louwauna ---.----------.- 22, 96 From, Carol ---.-------. -.......... 2 2. 80 Funkhouser, Karen ---- ------ 4 3 G Gac, Melvina .-------------- 22, 108.-111, 120 Gadbaw, Susie ---------- 13, 36. 97, 104, 119 Gaisford, Sharon ---- 12, 22, 102, 111. 114, 120 Gallagher, Irene -.--..-------- 82, 83, 86, 104 Gallmeyer, Marilyn --..-.-................ 47 Gallo, Toni ---.--..-.------....-..-..----. 36 Garman, Margaret ----- 36, 83, 109, 115. 116, 119 Gates, Frances ----.....-.- 22, 79. 99, 104. 115 Gates. Janelle ..... ...-............ 4 7, 119 Gay, Sharon ----- ............. 3 6. 84 Geer, Juanita -.-- .......-..... 2 3. 81 Geving, Jean ---- -..---...--..-..-.. 4 7 Gibb, Patt --------- ---- 1 3, 23, 73, 108. 119 Gibson, Sylvia ------ Gifford, Katherine- Gilbert, Alice ------ Gilbertson. Nina--- 114, ------------47, ---------23, 119 119 --------47 ---------36, 85 Gill, Barbara --.---. ........... 4 7, 97 Gilliardi, Anita--W -.-.......... ----47 Gislason. Sara ----..- - -.... 47, 85, 104, 121 Gislason, Susan ----- -.-.......... - ....... 3 6 Gladwell, Linda -......... -...... . --.. 4 6, 118 Gladwell, Pat ....- ..... 2 3. 85, 102, 111, 118 Glastetter. Pat .... .........---..- 4 7, 112 Goetz. Helen ...... .-..-1. --...- 4 - --47 Goetzka, Diane ----- ----. 4 7, 119 Golden, Linda ---- ..,.... 2 3, 114 Good. Geraldine .... .......vf- 3 6. 85. 119 Gord. Kathy --..... --.. --....V-Y-.-1 46. 110 Gordon, Donna ---- ----- 2 3. 84- 96. 101. 104 Gordon, Janice ---- Gordon, Pat -------- Grabowskv. Pat ---- Graham, Charlotte ---. Graham, Janet ----- Graham, Louise ...- Granoski, Carol ----- - - ---.---.---.----. ,-47 - -.-.-----..---..... 47 -----------36 ----------47, 85 -----47, 83, 109 -------36, 115 ----------47 129 Hampton, Catherine .... 119 85 85 119 -43 110 119 118 119 --43 Grant, Clara Jane .... 18, 23, 98, 101, 108, Gray, Jacqueline .,.,.................. 47 Green. Audry ..... .................. 4 3 Gregg, Beverly ...... ..... 2 3, 83, 102, Griifin, Georganna .... ................ Gruber, Vivian ..... .............. - 39, Gruver, Roberta ............... 108, 113, Guelfy, Judy .......... 12, 23, 81, 102, 111, Gustafson, Gail ,.,. .............. 2 3, 85, H Hagen, Jeanne .... ..,,..............,. nagen, JoAnne .... ........,.......,. Hagen, Sonja ...... ........ 2 3, 99, 102, Hager, Christine ........ 36, 73, 75, 104, Hall, Carol ........ Hall, Gwen ...... Hall, Judy ....... Hall, Theresa .,... Hallen C nthia ------------23, 80, -------------13, ----43, 112,, -------------------23 ----23, 96, 102. 111, Hallberg, Gloria .....,................ 37, Hallock, Carolyn .,... , y .... Hallis, Elaine.. ..... Hallock, Linda ,,... Hamel, Darline .... Hammond, Jean .... Hampton, Doris .e., Hansen. Donna ....., Hansen. Marie ..... Hanson, Bette ..... Hanson, Connie ..... Hanson. Judy ......... Hanson, Sharon L.--- Hanson, Sharon R. Harris, Geraldine-- Harris, Sally ....... Harrison, Sally .... Haug, Gloria ..,.... - .... 43, --111156 ----------13, 85, -------36, -----37, Hauge, Darlene .,........ Hayden, Delores-- - Heck. Pat -.-.--.- -- Hedman, Bonnie .--. Heemstra. LeeAnn .... Heider, Marie .--.-- Heihn, Nancy --.- .-.-- Hemminger, Sally ..--. fffffizlf ---43. -IIIII1IIIQ1I45f 37, 99, 102, 109, ----'.'---2'4f'?1i-if ----37, 97, 112, ----37, 84. 109. ----24, 102, 119, -43 119 119 114 119 119 115 92 119 108 85 43 23 23 43 84 43 119 115 -43 1 11 119 45 --45 --23 --37 101 115 --45 --23 -45 115 119 112 120 Hendricks, Nancy ..... ............-.. 3 7 Henry, Ruth ........ .-... ......- 2 4 , 110 Herness. Louise -.... ..-........... 4 5, 119 Hibben, Dorothy .... ---- 2 4, 82. 83, 86, 101 Hiegel, Bonnie .-.-.. ....-............ 4 5 I-Iipklns, Georgia ..............-.- 13, 45, 112 Hodges, Marcia .....-.-.----.--- 45, 102, 119 Hoffman, Jean ....-- 18, 24, 79, 81. 99, 101, 109 Holcomb, Mary Ann ....................... 42 Holdren, Linda ................... 42, 119, 121 Holland, Grethel .... .---..... 4 5. 85 Holloway, Maxine ---- ---- 1 01, 112, 121 Holloway. Yvonne ..-- ..... 3 7. 112. 121 Holmes, Comelia -.--- ---- 2 4, 38, 45, 83 Holmes, Sharon ..... --.... 4 7, 85, 119 Holst, Margie ..... ...-.....-... 4 5 Holt, Glenda ........ ....... 3 7, 119 Holtorf, Sharon ..... ........ 2 4. 111 Holycross, Judy -.--... .... 2 4, 97. 119 Hook, Wendy ......-.... ....... 4 5, 101 Hordichoke, Phvllis .... .....f...-... 3 5 Horneker, LaDell ..... ....Vf..f.. 2 4, 82 Horr, Dolores ....... ..-.. 2 4. 108, 119 Houghton, Jeanne -.... ---102, 108, 119 Houk, Carol ........ ....1....... 4 2 Hoyt, Sharon ...... ...4. 3 7, 120 Hreha, Sharon ---. ..--.-..---.- 8 5 Hudson, Cecil -.... ..-V...-.-.... 1 19 Hughes, Rosetta --...-. ...- 1 3, 38, 109, 112 Hughes, Violet .......... -......... 4 4. 112 Hulscher, Nancv Lee ..-. ...---. . -44, 83 Hultman, Cheryl ....... ...-.. 3 7 Huntley, Mary .....-.. .... 13 , 119 Huntley, Rhea ........ .... 4 4, 119 Hutchinson, Mary ..... ...... 3 7 Hylton, Glenda .-.... --- ----144 I Imus, Carole ...... --- .-..- 37, 108, 119 Ireland, Shirley -...- --- ......... 37, 109 Irwin, JoAnne ..--......--.--. 24. 80. 111. 119 Isbell. Georgi-. ....,...........-.. --.37, 119 Iversong Patty--24, 85, 92, 109, 111, 113, 119, 121 J Jackson, Eleanor J. .... ................ 1 12 Jackson, Judy A. ...... ..... 4 4, 101, 102, 109 Jakle, Valerie M.--- -.------ ..-.... - -24 James, Beverly A. ..-- .......... 3 7, 119 James, Margaret -..................-...... 98 Jaques, Guadelupe ...............-.,.. 37, 44 Janson, Barbara J. --.-.- 24. 102, 109, 110, 115 130 tudent Index Jefferson, Elaine M. -.-. -------- ----- 3 7 96 Jennings, Zona G. --.. ---- 2 5, 83, 97, 116 Jensen, Evelyn D. --.. ---..-.-.-..- 4 4, 121 Jensen, Jenette D, ...- -...- 2 5, 84, 108, 119 Jess, Cheri .....-.... .----.------ 3 6, 102 Johnson, Abbie ...... -....- 1 3, 44, 119 Johnson, Blanche ------- .--- ------------ 3 7 Johnson, Clare .-......-......---. 44, 85, 119 Johnson, Connie--25, 97, 109, lll, 113, 119, 121, 124 Johnson. Geraldine ..--- ---- 2 5, 96, 97 Johnson, Gloria .....-..- --.------. 4 4 Johnson, Jacqueline ..--- ----.-.. 4 4 Johnson, Jillette -------.-....- .---. 2 5. 96 Johnson, Joyce ..--------...-.--.--.. 36, 122 Johnson, Margaret ......--.-..--.---...-.- 37 Johnson, Nancy--18, 25, 83, 86, 97, 100, 101 Johnson, Sharon L, ----..-........-.-...--. 35 Johnson, Sharon J. ----.-..-.. ------.--. 3 7 Johnson, Shirley ------ .--.. 4 2 Johnston, Charlotte ---- ---..- 4 4 Jones, Annetta ........ -..-.-.....--.- 3 6 Jones, Darilyn .-..-- ..-.-.-...-. 8 5, 115 Jones, Deanna ........ .... 3 7, 102, 112. 116 Jones, Dorothy Jean ..-. .....--.-....-... 3 6 Jones, Rose .....-..1.. ..............-.... 8 5 Jones, Janice .---.-- -..-- 2 5, 108. 115, 124 Joos, Dorothy ....... ...--..... 1 3. 44, 101 Joos, Jacqueline .-...-..--............-.... 37 Jorgensen, Shirley---,. ---- 25, 97, 99, 115, 119 Jorgensen, Valerie .--. .......- 4 4, 101, 119 Josties, Diane ....... ........ 4 4. 102, 119 Joy, Judy --------- ...- 1 3, 108, 112, 121 Joyce, Daphne .... .-..... 2 5, 111, 119 Joyner, Connie .--- Judson, Dawn -.-- Jutte, Karen -..-. Kageler, Jean ...--.--.. Kallestead, Kay -.... Keller, Colleen ---- ---------------25 ------------37 101 -----42, K ----25, --- ------------ 25, 110 102 ----------------------36 Keller, Janice ....--.--......-......--..... 44 Keller, Joyce ------- ---25, 101, 110, 113, 116 Kelley, Dreylon ...............-.-...----.1 25 Kelly, Gail -.------ Kent, Marlene ----- Ketner, Linda --.-- Kilby, June ..-.--- Kilcup, Elizabeth ...- --------------------25 119 101, 101, ----------44, -----37, 85, ------44. 119 119 ------------25 Kilgore, Deanne ............. --.....-..... 4 3 King, Claudette ....,1...-............ 44, 119 Kirby, Florence ..-... 18, 25, 101, 102, 108, 119 Kirmse, Linda ------.---...---.. 25, 108, 119 Kistler, Leni --... Klein, Betty .---.. Klevmoen, Pat .----- Koenen, Sylvia ----- Koerner, Bertha --.-------- -------------44 ------42 ----110 -----44 ------44 Kramer, Alyce .......-. .,- ...........,..... 44 Kramer, Joan ...-.-...... ' ................V 25 Krogh, Nelda ------...... ........--.. 1 01, 104 Kroening, Beverly--18, 25, 84, 85, 86, 100. 101 Krones, Karen .............. -V...1... 4 4, 97 Kuchenmeister. Josette .....- 26, 73, 108, 119 Kuenzli, Sally ..-.-.-------.-. 37, 85, 110, 119 Kuhne, Darla --.-.------ ------ 3 B, 104, 112 Kuntz, Elizabeth -.-. ---- 3 7, 81, 108 Kuntz, Toni -----.--- ------------44 102 Kvenild, Barbara ..... -.... 4 4, L Lake, Carol ...-.- .-.- ...-.---..-.... 4 4 Lamb, Janet ....... ..... 3 6, 108, 119 Lamberson, Gale .--. ----. 2 6, 99, 113 Lambert, Margery .... ....-.. 1 3. 36 LaRue. Janice ....... .....1.1.....1.... 8 5 LaRue, Joyce -............-.1... --26, 84, 119 Lauren, Carole ...-....-. 13, 44, 109, 119, 121 Lautermilch, Patt--26, 90, 92, 109, 111, 119, 122 Lavender, Carol--26, 85, 102, 109, 111, 119, 121 Lawson, Gloria -.-. ......-........... 3 6, 44 LeBeau, Gail ----.. .--- 2 6, 81, 109, 111, 119 Lee, Minnie .-.... - ------85 121 Lefor, Doris ...-.. --- ...11f...1f 26, 96, Leingang, Luella .--..........V ,........... 4 4 Leisure, Juanita ..-....-........ --.-v-1.- 1 02 Lewellyn, Darlene ....-- 26, 80, 101, 112, 122 Lewis, Alice -.----- -......-Y..Y... - --26, 122 Lewis, Linda ..... .........f.f..-. - --109 Liddle, Glee- --.. V.1.....-.V- .--1----- 1 1 2 Lind, Deanna ...-.....- -f...-..-----v ----- 1 3 Lind, Sandra ........-- 44, 83, 101, 102, 113 Lindskog, Phyllis .-....,- 1..---1Y 2 6, 85, 119 Linstrom, Virginia .--... 36. 73, 84, 102, 108 Linton, Ellen --..-.. - -....-.1-. 1-------'- 4 4 Little, Patricia .... .....-........ 1 26, 119 Lombardo, Diane --..... -36. 73, 84. 102, 108 Lowell, Caroline ...Y ...-.----1-- V --44, 101 Loyd, Lo Ann ..... 4 ----v---A----- 44. 85 .. 3, Ludgate, Cathy- -.-.. 13, 26, 84, 85, 86, 102, 119 Lund, Darlene ...-.-.----.------..-.- ---- 1 08 Lund, Marjorie ----.-.... 13, 44, 85, 101, 116 Lundell, Bertha ....--.---..------,-------- 26 Lundquist, Nancy ------.. 13, 38, 85, 109, 119 Lust, Karen ..-- 26, 84, 86, 109, 111, 114, 119 Lynn, Betty -----. - -....-.------..------- ,-38 M Maijala, Janet ----------- -,,-----,--,,, 1 3, 85 Malacky, Susan--26, 81, 108, 109, 111, 114, 119 Malone, Janice --.--------,---- ------,,--,, 4 4 Manfull. Kay ...---......--- -38, 73, 104, 119 Manley, Dorothey ..------ ,- ---------------- 44 Marcy, Sheila ----.----------- -------- 4 4, 113 Margeson, Waldine --------------- ----- 2 7, 81 Marinig, Elaine----13, 18, 27, 74, 79, 81, 104, A 108, 119 Markert, Marilyn ....-- 27, 84, 99, 101, 104, 109 Marsh, Marsha ..--- 96 119 Marshall. Charlene ------------------ 44, Marth, Karen -----------,-,,, ----- 3 5, 72, 83 Martin, Eleanor .-....--.. 13, 44. 83, 113, 119 Martin, Gwen --,- ,-,------,,---Yv, - Y-38 Martin, Karen ..-- ----- l 3, 44, 109, 119 Marts, Karen ..-- --------,,-, , -44, 80 Marush, Donna .-.- .--.. 8 5, 109. 116, 119 Mason, Claudette -... ..------------- - --36 Massey, Sue ......--- .-.. ---------- 1 2 1 Matheasen, Joanne--- - ---- 38, 119 Matthews, Gale -------------------,,, 44, 85 Matz, Luella ---------- ----,,-,---,----Y1 W -42 Maxwell, Marcia ---- 13, 27, 96, 101, 108, 109, , 113, 119 Meeker, Sheila -------- 13, 27, 74, 85, 104, 108 Mehegan, Delores --------,--, ---1136, 35, 97 Meling, Zenith ------------ ---- -,-,- , , 27, 119 Menge, Marjorie ----------- -38, 80, 119, 124 Merritt. Gwendolyn ----- -----------------45 Meske, Betty ---------- Methven, Janice- - -- ------85 ------38 Meyer, Sally ------ ,,,-1---1--V - 27 Michaud, Linda ----- ---- 4 5, 112, 119 Michel, Rita ---------- ----, 2 7, 112, 119 Milhoan. Mary Ann ---- -,-,---- 4 5, 119 Miller, Beverly ------- -----------,--- , '38 Miller, Carol -------- -1 --,,,,,1v- --45, 85 Miller, Charlotte .---- ---- 3 8, 73, 80, 104, 119 Miller, Donna ----- -------------- 2 7, 96 Miller, Lova ------ ----,--,---, 3 3, 85 Miller, Marilyn ----------,,----,1 27, 84, 123 Miner, Susan ---------------- ,------1-, 3 6, 85 Moates, Theda ---------------- ,-,---Y 4 2, 85 Moeller, Mary--27, 96, 99, 101, 109, 113, 119 Moller. Margie -.........--.. 99, 101, 113, 119 Moody, M. Jean ------------- --,------ 3 3, 112 Moore, Connie -------- 45, 101, 102, 113, 119 Moore, Helen --.---------------- ,,--- 3 8, 85 Moore. Maureen -------- 45, 101, 109, 119, 121 Moore. Nobie ....-. -------- 2 7, 81, 113, 120 Moore, Shirley ---- --,--,,,-- --,-1A1--- 3 3 Morley, Barbara ----- ---- 3 3, 97, 101, 109 Moseid, Phyllis ---- Moss. Sharron --- Mounts, Sandra ---- Muench, Mary ------ Mundell, Beverly ----- Munro, Verna ---- -W-V------------38 - ----- 85 45 ----13, -------------45 ----l3, 38, --45 104, 119 Muntz, Margie ----- ,,,,,------ 3 3, 83 Murdock, Sally ------ ----- 3 3, 99, 119 Murphy, Judith ----- --.- 1 9, 84, 85 Murphy, Velma ---- -----------, - 138, 85 Murray, Pat ------- ---,,,,-Y,,, ---1 3 3 , 85 Myhre, Karen ----- ------------ -,,,, 3 3 , 85 Myhre, Linda ------ ---- 3 8, 73. 75, 104. 119 McBee, Joy --------- --------,-,--.-v 2 7, 97 McCabe, Deanna ---- ---- 2 7, 108. 119, 122 McCallum, Lucille ----- ------------- 4 4, 110 McCaskie, Marjorie ----- ---,--- 3 8, 96, 102 McDaniel, Carolyn ------------------- -13, 85 1VICD01'1ald, Cheryl -------------- 27, 91. 124 McIntosh, Eileen ---.---- 38, 102. 112, 115, 120 McKay, Zena ------------ ---13, 27, 99, 108 McKean, Caroline ------------------ ,,,-Y-- 4 4 McKechnie, Patricia McKenney, Elinor ----- McLaughlin, Karen ----- ---- 2 7, McMi1lion, Kathleen .------ --------- McMillion. 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