Ludington High School - Oriole Yearbook (Ludington, MI)

 - Class of 1959

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The school has been constructed but building will continue as long as new footsteps tread the halls and "Pomp and Circumstance" re-echoes every June. ln humble gratitude we dedicate this annual to the board of education whose leaders, past and present, spun a dream and built a legend. if ,xx ax L.. it .xx wg., Hiilb Teachers Administration Mr. O. J. DeJor1ge Superintendent Mr. Phil Hortmcm Principal IJMMW Mr. Robert Marsh Adminixtratiue Assistant Miss Kathryn Stanford Library i Mr. Raymond Galinski Speech Miss Catherine Utz English Q : . M ,Y im., . Miss Ruth DuBois English I ..:. '. -'YA f i- Q X 41' 3 1 . -- A is . 1 " 1 1, Yi 'J' ,V A A I 9-M ' A , N A ,Q vs 3, V .X 3 f " r ? " "IL-v 4, 'cd , -. ' ,M . " srl ' V' -f . .W V rf.. ' .gf A I i 'sf' ' 5 P- h ,.':'.' Y l.xz.i...,.. ! .J V, -N37 i ' v A , rug---3 'av 1. A ..' f . , YM -1... ,,,...,,, Miss Sandra Orbison French . . . English Mr. Harry Nuckolls Journalism . . . English Mrs. Catherine Bestrom Latin Mrs. Mary Kaye English . . . Counselling Mr. Larry Sholtey Drivers Training . . . History Mr. Richard Demlow History . . . Government R . is V Mr. Dan Deway M,.s. Mary MacLean History . . . Sociology An Mr. Howord Hornung Band Mr. Everett Greiner Geometry . . . Drivers Training Mr. Art Dewey Mathematics Mr. John Heikkilo Mathematics Miss Rita Wermer Mr- Roger Ewing Band Mathematics Mr. Richord Scofield Physics . . . General Science Mr. Albert Johnson Biology ll si- il: Q i Q ai 1 . .5 Mr. Erving Hansen Physical Science . . .Chemistry Mr. Jomes Dittmer Agriculture . . . Dr. Training Mr. Irving Prescott Mr. Hol Modden Choir Physical Education 1 Mm Mr. Gordon Aho Counselling . . . Business Math Mrs. Ruth Dittmer Home Economics E' Mr. Mol Johnson Basic Shop . . . Co-op Miss Louise Antle Home Economics Mrs. Dorothy Derkotz MVS- Rufh Sfephens C0mmefC1'gI COt77mel'Cl'Gl sr 1 1 i Mr. Deon Parker X Commercial Miss R. Jo Hcmloh Physical Education - S31 Miss Judith Fisher Physical Education X if W it Mr. Joseph Kowctch fn' ZW . . KJ Physical Education RM ,ff Wi x agsi J. Q s t ing? - I if , i 'iii ff? E t if xfgff E E9 1 , 5 fi t ' Z -if A fl I A - -7 - ' .- -jj,-.wi131,g i ,j. xl Z S- r ,y FET ' X -U rw X1 V ig-if-: as 2,-g , it isnt ,i ffssi N 7 , Q-"f i .. Mr. Edmund Woollett A Mr. Arlcm Bloomer History . . . Physical Education Ra English , . . Athletics Mr, Dan Evqng Mr. lgmor Barbo Shop Mechanical Drawing . . . Blue Print Office Secretaries Mrs. Rosello Novicke Mrs. Mary Fulker Miss Dorothy Hedlund Office of the Superintendent Miss Eldonno Fugere Office of the Principal F' Bus drivers include: Dick Ritsema, head driver, bus 155 William Wallace, bus l2j Clarence Laman, bus 14, Donald Miller, bus 9g Betty Phelps, bus llg Virginia Granger, bus lOg Darvvin White- gnight, bus l6g Martin Hudy, bus l8, and Daniel Fellows, bus l7 Custodians Each LHS custodian is a carpenter, locksmith, plumber, gardener, house- keeper, and whatever else a situation demands. These versatile men keep the high school in excellent condition all the year round. A broken window, a balky furnace, or a misadjusted desk occasionally dis- rupt the daily routine of cleaning. Night custodians must often stop their work to lock and unlock doors for visitors. LHS salutes its custodians, who are friendly and capable through all inter- ruptions. Bus Drivers Though snow and sleet and gloom of night can keep bus drivers from their appointed rounds, the highly competent drivers of LHS have ventured forth in some fearful weather. The rural buses found the 1958-59 winter to be an especially difficult one. Bus drivers work extra hours taking teams and fans to out-of-town games. They must also cope with occasional mechanical breakdowns. LHS salutes these people who are so often respon- sible for the safety of many students. Custodians, back row: Fred Stohr, Erv Miller, Dewey Johnson and lvar Gustafson, maintenance engineer. Front row: Joe Pope and Reinhold Lepp. X , , s , J , 5. if lain 5 i Cafeteria cooks, left to right: Mrs. Ruby Silver, salads ond baked goodsj Mrs. Marie Sutter, entrees, and Mrs Loretta Bromley, service. Cooks Ludington high's cafeteria cooks pre- pare food which serves over 500 people each day. They carefully plan menus which are alternated for variety, and they train the students who assist them during the two noon hours. The two huge milk cans may empty themselves in the middle of the rush, or the hamburgers may seem to disappear, but no one goes hungry. LHS salutes its cooks, whose hard work gives pleas- ure to many lunch hours. Mil Seniors Suzorm Peterson Co-Valedictofi0"' Clan Cofora flue and Silver Nancy Bond Salutctorion Clan .Motto we fuilal ghe ,faalzler Ky which we Riae N Co oncy Speer -valedicrorion Class glower Real Rose DeLoris Andrews "1 know how to laugh and be happy." PCD Club l,2,45 Girls' Lea ue 2,3,45 Sr. Re . 4' French Club 2,3,45 Treas. 45 Y-Tgens l,25 G.A.A, T5 FiH.A. l5 Choir 45 Annual Artist 45 Oriole Life Artist 3, 45 Girls Basketball l,25 Girls Volleyball l5 Badminton 25 Prom Comm. Chairman 35 Homecoming Comm. 35 Hi-C 35 Mathers Tea 2,3,45 Comm. Chairman 35 Art Exhibit 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Winter Whirl l,25 CQ- chairman of fashion show 4. Wilma Anthony "Filling all the world with sunshine." Latin Club l,25 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,4Z Library Club 45 Secretary 45 Volleyball 25 Bowling Team 4. Jim Arnold "We nominate a fellow here, as the liveliest wire of the '59 year." Annual 45 Oriole Life 3,45 Latin Club l,Z,35 Boys' Asso- ciation 2,3,4. Sharon Ashton "On her lips a smile of beauty." Transfer 35 G.A.A. 3,45 Future Teachers 35 Pep Club 3,45 Sr. Rep. 45 Girls League 3,45 French Club 3,45 Volleyball 3,45 Y-Teens 3,45 Homecoming Comm. 35 Prom Comm. 35 Mothers Tea 3,45 Monitor 45 Oriole Life 45 Annual 45 Basketball 3,45 Captain 35 Girls Bad- minton 35 Oriole Life Typist 4. Karla Altrock "My mind is gay." G.A.A., l5 Latin Club l5 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Winter Whirl Comm. l,2,3,45 Band, l,2,35 Girls' Band 35 Band Librar- ian 35 Homecoming Comm. 35 Peo Club 25 Prom. Comm. 35 Girls' League 2,3,45 Oriole Life 3,45 Exchange Editor 45 Annual Staff 4. Roger Altrock "His dark, wavy hair would be an asset to anyone." Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band 3,45 Bowling 45 Library Club 35 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Print Shop Club 4. Bill Anderson "A small bundle of dynamite." Football l,25 Basketball l5 Tennis 2,3,45 Inter Mural Basketball 3,45 Senior Basketball 45 Library Club 35 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Boys' Association Rep. 45 Hockey l,2,3,45 Rifle Club l,2. James Anderson "Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm." Boys' Association 2,3,45 Tennis 2. Gary Beebe "Early to bed, early to rise-and you miss the best part of the day." Football I, Basketball I,25 Thespians 3,45 Boys' Asso- ciation 253,45 Sr. Basketball 45 Student Police 45 Cur- tain Callers 35 Co-op 3,4. Sonia Beebe "We havent known you very long. but we'd like to." Transferred 45 Future Nurses 45 Girls League 45 Volley- ball 45 G.A.A. 4. Avery Benedict "Never ready, always late, but he smiles- so you wart." Choir I,2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45 Football I5 Cross Country 25 Varsity Club 3,45 Boys' Association 2,3,4. Bruce Bennett "All the world's a stage. and I'm acting up." Track l,2,3,45 Basketball I5 Football I5 Choir 3,45 Camera Club I5 lntra-mural Basketball 3,45 Boys' Assa- ciation 2,3,45 Senior Basketball 4. John Ball "Quiet in speech and manner." Library Club 35 Boys' Association 2,3,4. David Bartell "Enough work to do and strength enough to do ir." Boys' Association 2,3,45 Student Police 45 National Rifle Club 2,3,4. Gwen Boteson "Ever full of mirth and mischief." Cviils' League 2,3,45 Y-Teens I,25 F.H.A. 2,35 G.A.A. , . Bob Bazzett "And the world wonders perplexedg what will he say and do next.'i Basketball I5 Cross-Country I5 Boys' Association 2,3,45 French Club 25 Track I5 Golf 4. 'VF Nancy Bond "In youth and beauty, wisdom is rare." Class Vice Pres. l: Prom Comm. 35 Oriole Life l,3,45 Assoc. Editor 35 Co-Editor 45 Annual Staff 3,45 Hi-C 35 French Club 2,35 Pres. 35 Thespians 2,3,45 Sec. 35 Pres. 45 Honor Society 3,45 Pres. 45 Nat'l Merit Scholarship semi-finals 45 Girls' League 2,3,45 Mothers' Tea 2,3,45 Assist. director, all-school play 35 Curtain Callers 25 All-school play 45 Home room rep. 35 Graduation usher 3. Sara Bourisseau "Nothing is so contagious as enthusiasm." Pep Club l,2,35 French Club 2,35 Y-Teens l,25 Sec- retary 35 G.A.A. l,2,35 Volleyball l5 Winter Whirl l,2,35 Prom Comm. Chairman 35 Girls' League 2,3,45 Mathers Tea 3. Janice Brunk "Always happy and full of fun." G.A.A. l5 Y-Teens l5 Pep Club l5 Girls' League 2,3,45 Library Club 45 Prom Comm. 35 Oriole Life 3. Barbara Buffum "She adds a touch of happiness to life." Latin Club l,25 G.A.A. l,2,35 Girls' League 2,3,45 Fu- ture Nurses 2,3,45 Volleyball 25 Basketball 25 Oriole Life Staff 45 Homecoming Comm. 3. Kathy Bentz "A little time for laughter." G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Latin Club l,25 Girls Basketball l,2,35 Captain 25 Volleyball l,2,35 Captain and Champs 25 Badminton 25 Annual Sales 45 Girls' League 2,3,45 Bowl- ing League 45 Softball l,2,3,4. Joan Berg "Good humor is wisdom and goodness combined." Thespians 2,3,45 Curtain Callers 2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,45 G.A.A. l,25 Prom Comm. 35 Homecoming Comm. 35 Volleyball l,25 Basketball l,25 Badminton 25 Monitor 45 Mother's Tea 2,3,4. Bruce Bice "Full of fun and fancy free." Boys' Association 2,3,45 Student Police 4. Dan Bernson "A Christian is God Almightyfs gentleman." Basketball l,2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 Tennis l,25 Pros. Att. 45 Varsity Club 45 Hi-C 2,3,45 Pres. 3: Choir l,2,3,45 Social Chairman 35 V. Pres. 45 S.T.C.C. 3,45 Bays' Association 2,3,45 Homecoming Comm. 35 Student Court 45 Class Vice-Pres. 3. Dean Christensen "The quiet type who's well worth knowing." Track l5 Co-op 35 Boys' Association 2,3,4. Ron Cl-outier "By persistently remaining unattached, a man converts himself into a permanent public temptation." Basketball I5 Football l5 Class President 25 Boys' Asso- ciation 2,3,45 Latin Club l,2. Paul Coleman "He talks and talks, ye gads, how he can talkl' Boys' Association 2,3,45 Choir 3,41 F-F-A. 4- Joan Collins "Here's to the girl who's jolly and gay." F.H.A. l5 G.A.A. l5 Library Club 45 Volleyball 2,35 Girls' League 2,3,4. Janet Campbell "Her ways are ways of pleasantnessf' Y-Teens l,2,35 Monitor 2,35 Co-op 2,45 F.H.A. 2,35 Library 45 Girls' League 2,3,45 Par. of F.H.A. 3. Greg Carmouche "High may he rise, never to fall." Football l,2,45 Basketball I5 Tennis 2,3,45 Intramural basketbaIl5 Senior basketball5 Pep Club 45 Student Police 35 Varsity Club 45 Latin Club l,25 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Senior Rep. Ski Club 3,45 Ski Team 3,4. Georgianne Case "Gentle of speech and manners." Transfer 45 Library Club 45 Girls' League 4. Ruth Chrisple "She's here-I heard her laugh." Earl Dixon "Many things gain by being said simply." Volleyball l,25 Boys' Association 2,3,4. Bruce Doll "Silence proves worthwhile." Latin Club l,25 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Class Vice- President 35 S.T.C.C. 45 Chief of Police 45 Homecoming Comm. 35 Prom Comm. 35 Reserve Basketball Manager 2. Darlene Falkman "Neat in appearance: quiet in manner." Girls' League 25354. Lorna Farley "Her smile itself is beauty." Choir 2,3,45 Robe Custodian 25 Librarian 35 Curtain Callers 35 Pep Club l,25 Latin Club l,2,35 Homecoming Comm. 35 Prom Comm. 35 Homecoming Court 45 Girls' League 2,3,45 Treasurer 45 Hi-C Club 3,45 Y-Teens l,2,35 Girls' League Style Show 4. ni" - Lyle Collins "A quiet and pleasant fellow." Boys' Association 2,3,45 Latin Club l,2J H0'CkeY 22 F.F.A. 4. Joyce Crawford "I never saw a man I didn't like." Girls' League 253,45 Y-Teens I5 G.A.A. l5 Library Club 2. Barbara Crocker "She's pretty to walk with, witty to talk with, and pleasant to - - - to think on." S.T.C.C. 45 Clerk 45 Student Court 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 President 45 Latin Club l,2,35 Girls' League 2,3,45 Representative 25 Treasurer 35 G.A.A, l,2,35 Pep Club l,2.35 Student Police 45 Vol- leyball l,25 Basketball l,2,35 Softball l,25 Winter Whirl Comm, l,,3,45 Prom Comm. 35 Homecoming Comm. 35 Mothers Tea 35 Girls' League Style Show, Model 254. Dick Demlow "A good athlete. a fine student, a swell guy." Latin Club 25 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Pep Club 45 Cross Country 2: Honor Society 3,45 Basketball 35 Basketball Manager 45 Print Shop Club 45 Oriole Life Staff 45 Ten- nis 3,45 S.T.C.C. 35 Student Court 3. Ron Fredericks "Generally speaking--he's generally speaking." Baseball 2,3,4, Football l,2, Varsity Club 3,4, Boys' Association 2,3,4. John Gaines "He's capable of imagining all, arranging all, and doing everything." Basketball l,2, Varsity 3,4, Football l,2, Pep Club 2,3, Latin Club l,2, Co-Chairman Homecoming 3, Varsity Club 2,3,4, President 4, Choir 2,3,4, Treas. 3, President 4, Boys' State Representative 3, S.T.C.C. 3, Comm. at Large 3, Boys' Association 2,3,4, Representative 3, Sen- ior Class President 4, Co-Captain Basketball 4, Captain Tennis 3,4, Tennis l,2,3,4, King of Valentine Dance 2, Prom Comm. 3. Jack Gebott "Full of fun and mischief too." Football l,2,3,4, Pep Club l,2,3,4, Varsity Club 4, Rifle Club 2,3,4, Boys' Association 2,3,4, Student Police 3, Office Party Chairman 4, Career Day Chairman 4. Milton Gilbert "He has plenty of will power and even more won't power." Choir 3,4, Football l, Football Manager 2, Oriole Life Staff 2, Oriole Life Photographer 3,4, Thespians Z,3,4, Treasurer 3,4, Curtain Callers 2, Homecoming Comm. 3, Student Police 3,4, Asst. Chief 4, Boys' Association 2,3,4, Ski Club 3,4, Ski Team 3, Latin Club l,2,3. Larry Fay "And the band played on." Band l,2,3,4, Pep Band l,2,3,4, Band Officer Z,3,4, Student Police 4, Boys' Association 2,3,4, Homecoming Comm. 2, Orchestra 2,4. Jim Ferris "Again arose the oft-repeated plea, 'Mn--I don't quite agree."' Basketball l,2,3, Football l,2, Golf 3,4, Track l, Latin. Club l,2, Boys' Association 2,3,4, Homecoming Comm. 3. George Foster "He leaves his problems for his brainy days." Football l,2, Basketball l,2,3, Track l,2,3, Pep Club 3,4, Boys' Association 2,3,4. Iva Frederick "What is worth doing at all is worth doing well." F.H.A. l,2,3,4, Parliamentarian 2, President 3, Hi-C 2,3,4, Sec.-Treas. 3, President 4, Girls' League 2,3,4, Junior Representative 3, President 4, National Honor Society 3,4, Badminton 2, Mothers Tea Comm. 2,35 Prom Comm. 3, Homecoming Comm. 3, Oriole Life Staff 3,4, Monitor 4, S.T.C.C. 4. Dave Hall "Cheer up. the worst is yet to come." Latin Club l,2,35 Ski Club 3,45 Ski Team 3,45 Presi- dent 3,45 Boys' Association 2,3,4. Priscilla Hamilton "A winning way, a pleasant smile." Pep Club l,25 Band l,25 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,45 Thespians 35 Prom Comm. 35 Winter Whirl Comm. 35 Mothers Teo 3,45 Homecoming Court 4. Janice Hansen "She talks so incessently that she doesn't give her echo half a chance." Eagiz Club l5 G.A.A. l,25 Pep Club l5 Girls' League Sharon Harley "Like a dew drop, she is purer than the purest." Latin Club l5 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,45 Pep Club 45 French Club 3,45 Vice-President 45 G.A.A. l,25 Prom Comm. 35 Volleyball l,25 Basketball l5 Home- coming Comm. 3. Ron Gorzynski "Quiet! I may say something sensible." Boys' Association 2,3,45 Football l,2,3,45 Pep Club 3,45 President 45 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Track 3,4. Phyllis Gustafson I "She speaks not, and yet there lies a conversation in her eyes." Girls' League 2,3,45 GJNA- 2,32 Bond l,-2,3141 Pep Bend 25 F.H.A. 45 Secretary 4, Erv. Hockert "I'm not a wolf. It's just the way I say hello-o-o." Thespians 3,45 Band l,2,35 Pep Band l,25 Pep Club l,2,35 Curtain Callers 3.45 Vice-President 35 Boys' As- sociation 2,3,45 Prom Comm. 35 Winter Whirl Comm. 3,45 Color Guard Capt. l,2,35 Co-op 3,4. Roger Hakanson "Imagination is more important than knowl- edge." Hockey 3,45 Boys' Association 2,3,4. Barbara Hill "Beauty was in all her steps, heauen in her eyes." Oriole Life Staff 3,45 Co-Editor 45 Varsity Cheerleader 3,45 Captain 45 Annual Staff 3,45 Thespians 2,3,45 Curtain Callers Z,3,45 Secretary 35 G.A.A, l5 F.H.A. l,25 Reporter 25 Latin Club l,2,35 Basketball l,25 Vol- leyball 1,25 Badminton l,25 Girls' League 2,3,45 Chair 2,3,45 S.T.C.C. 45 Student Court 45 All School Plays 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Homecoming Comm. 35 Prom Comm. 35 Pep Club 3,45 Mothers Tea 2,3,45 Home- coming Court 4. Clifford Houk "He qoes his quiet way." Bays' Association 2,3,45 F.F.A. 45 Officer 4. Bruce Huster "A mixture of music, mischief and mirth." Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band l,2,3,45 Student Police 45 Bond officer 2,3,45 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Orchestra 2,4. John Jensen "fAn equal mixture of good sense and good humor." Latin Club 45 Senior Rep. 45 Hi-C Club 2,3,45 Chaplain 45 Pep Club 2,35 Homecoming Comm. 35 Boys' Associa- tion 2,3,45 Prom Comm. 35 Latin Club Charter Comm. 4. Robert Hartung "As strong and immovable as the Rock of Gibralter." Football 2,35 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Student Police 45 Library Club 45 Varsity Club 4. Janice He-emstra "lVzth mirth and laughter she makes known her presence." Cheerleading l,2,35 Library 45 President 45 F.H.A. l,2,35 Pep Club l,2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,45 Representative 35 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Curtain Callers 35 Treas- urer 35 Badminton l,2,35 Volleyball l,2,3,45 Basketball .1-,235 Softball l,2,35 Bowling League 2,3,45 Mothers ea . Jim Heikkila "Full of promise for the future." Track I5 Manager l5 Football Manager 25 Basketball Manager l,2,35 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Boys' Association 2,3,4. Martha Herrick "Patience is an important ingredient of wisdom." G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Clerk 35 President 45 Latin Club l,2,35 Basketball l,2,35 Volleyball l,35 F,T.A. 25 F.N.A. 3,45 Secretary 45 Bowling League 35 Monitor 45 Homecoming Comm. 35 Prom Comm. 4. Jon Jensen "To loue the game beyond the prize." Football l,2,3,45 Co-Captain 45 Basketball l,2,35 Track l,2,3,45 Varsity Club l,2,35 Sec.-Treas. 45 Pep Club 45 Vice-Pres. 45 Boys' Association 2,3545 Representative 2. Karen Johnson "Feminine goodness. feminine grace. and fem- enzne generosity." F.H.A. l,25 Secretary 25 Mothers Teo 35 Girls' League 2,3,4. Larry Kier "He has an eye for color-blondes, redheads, brunettes." Latin Club l,2,35 Basketball 2,35 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Golf 45 Bowling League 45 Band l5 Prom Comm. 35 Homecoming Comm. 35 Youth Center Comm. 3,4. Dale King "He who stands tall sees far." Boys' Association 2,3,4. Janet King "So quiet, so calm, so serene." Girls' League l,2,3,45 Prom Comm. 3. Gloria Krivitzky "The sweetest joy, the wildest woe, is love." G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Bowling League 2,35 Secretory 25 Pep Club l5 F.H.A. 2,35 Latin Club l,25 Basketball l,25 Volleyball 1,25 Badminton l,25 Curtain Callers 25 Girls' League 2,3,45 Mothers Tea Comm. 25 Prom Comm. 25 Librory Club 3. Robert Johnson "His disposition is as his hair-sunny." Boys' Association 2,3,45 High School Bowling League 4. Sandra Karlsen "The hand which has made you good has made you fair." G.A.A. 25 French Club 25 F.N.A. 35 Basketball 2,35 Bad- minton 2,35 Girls' League 2,3,45 Monitor 35 Usher for Graduation 35 Mothers Tea 3,4. Ronald Lauridsen "Sometimes quiet, sometimes shy: but other times-oh my!" Boys' Association 2,3,4. Sylvia Leppla "A smile will go a long, long way." Latin Club l,2,35 Girls' League 2,3,45 Rifle Club 32 Librarian 45 F.N.A. 35 Oriole Life 3,45 Annual Stott 4. Luther Lessard "1 agree with no man's opinions, I have some of my own." Curtain Callers 35 Student Police 45 Oriole Life Staff 45 Boys' Association Z,3,4. Judy Lovewell "Pep, wisdom, joy-everything worthwhile: she has them all plus a pleasant smile." Latin Club l,2,35 G.A.A. l,2,35 National Honor Society 3,45 Sec. 45 Girls' League 2,3,45 Y-Teens l,2,35 Oriole Life 3,45 Assoc. Editor 45 Annual Staff 3.45 Prom Comm. 35 Usher l958 Graduation. Barbara Kukawka "Born for success, with grace to win, and heart to hold." Transfer 25, S.T.C.C. 45 Senior Comm. 45 Choir 253,45 Asst. Treas. 35 Secretary 45 Annual Staff 3,45 Co-Editor 45 Homecoming Court 45 Oriole Life Staff 3,45 Asst. Editor 35 Class Sec.-Treas. 25 Class President 35 Ring -Comm. 35 Latin Club 2,35 Thespians 2,3,45 Curtain' Callers 25 Secretary 25 Foreign Exchange Student to Ger- many 35 All School Plays 35 Youth Center Comm. 35 Girls' League 2,3,45 Secretory 37 Mothers TSG 3,41 Style Show Narrator 4. Sandra Lange "As welcome as the flowers in May." Y-Teens l,2,35 Student Police 45 Girls' League 2,3,4 Choir 2,3545 Mothers Tea 2,3,45 Winter Whirl 25 Home: coming Court 45 Girls' League Style Show 4. Jed Larsen "lf business interferes with pleasure, cut out business." Football l,2,45 Latin Club l,25 Class Treasurer l5 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Co-op 3,4. Marilyn .Larsen "lt's love that makes her world go round." Library Club 35 National Honor Society 3,45 Girls' League 2,3,45 Prom Comm. 35 Oriole Life Staff 35 Sales Staff 35 Manager 45 Home Room Rep. 35 Mothers Tea 2,3,45 G.A.A. l. eg? Howard McKay "As restless as a windshield wiper." Football l,2,45 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Sec.-Treas. 45 Senior Basketball5 Track 45 Choir l,2,3,45 Varsity Club 4. Janet Madsen "Her quiet nature seems tuned to each season's harmony." Girls' League 2,3,45 G.A.A. l,45 Hi-C 35 Monitor 35 Volleyball l,45 Basketball l,45 Baseball l,4. Mary Ann Magnussen "ln quietness and confidence shall be your strength." Girls' League 2,3,45 Pep Club l5 Y-Teens l,2,35 F.H.A. 2,35 Curtain Callers 25 Hi-C 2,35 Monitor l,2,3,4. Patsy Ann Mallory "1 think that I shall never scan, A tree as lovely as a man." Band l,2,3,45 Treas. 45 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Treos. 25 Girls' League 2,3,45 Girls' Baseball l,25 Girls' Volleyball 2,35 Girls' Basketball 2,35 Badminton 25 Pep Band 45 F.N.A. 3,45 Librarian 3. Terry Luxford "Dark and handsome-a Romeo indeed." Football l,2,35 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Student Police 45 Pep Club 45 Tennis 2. Linda Lyon " I'm always raising cane, and it 1sn't sugar. F.H.A. l5 Band l,25 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Peo Club l,2,35 Girls' League 23,45 Pep Band l: Reserve Cheerleader 35 French Club 2,3,45 Thespians 3,45 Winter Whirl COMM- l,2,3,45 Oriole Life 3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Prom Comm. 35 Homecoming Comm. 35 Mothers Tea 2,3,45 All School Play 3. Dick McCann "If laughs were riches, how wealthy l'd be." Boys' Association 2,3,45 Pep Club 45 Gun Club l,2,3,4. Dennis McCarthy "A mischievous gleam in his eyes gives him away." Boys' Association 2,3,45 F.F.A. 4. fix, . inn -quill' X t s , 4 . Q. R i mf HN "2 fu: U f ,ey N Q s f x -. E sg. K M. N who . 3 A fs 5 A t g i we N is K , H K si 51555: y iss. E 5 sm. X? 5 14 ss S S K ti W it 3 Ts. K 4 il A? I if X +4 t i 1 if f'E3i?2's,g ' s sb, A Wwif it 5 454 ' . its 'M ' I it 3 i' - K Nigga ' K egsgql ,55 i . .:fQQ'lsgg,2.h1.. jfff. L + E John Mears "Here's a sport indeed." Football l,2,35 Boys' Association 2,3,4. Jim Miller "Women are such expensive things." Transfer 35 Boys' 'Association 3,4. Carol Morse "She has a head to conceive and a tongue to persuade." Girls' League 2,3,45 Band l5 Maiorette l5 Oriole Life 2,35 Oriole Life Editor 35 French Club 25 Monitor 4. Pam Mulligan "Glue us the girl whose happy life is one per- petual smile." Band l,2,35 Girls' League 2,3,45 G.A.A. l,2,35 Sec. 35 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Treas. 45 Latin Club l5 S.T.C.C. 45 Honor Society 3,45 Pep Club 25 Winter Whirl l,2,3,45 General Chairman 45 Homecoming 35 Prom Comm. 3. 28 Dean Malsfrom "He looks safe, but so does gunpowderf' Football l5 Boys' Association 2,3,4. Phyllis Marlan "Joy rises in me, like a summer morn." Girls' League 2,3,45 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Winter Whirl Comm. 2,3,45 Prom Comm. 35 F.H.A. l,2,35 Treas. 35 Mcnitor 2,35 Mothers' Tea 2,3,45 F.N.A. l,2,3. Ron Martin "Quiet in appearance. but that's not his nature." F.F.A. 45 Boys' Association 2,3,4, Bob Matson "Oh! What a man Io be so shy." Football 2,3,45 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Varsity Club 45 Ski Club 45 Senior Basketball5 Track 4. 535 C Q' -tis ' W David Nestander "The quietest men often become great." Boys' Association 2,3,4g Latin Club l,2,3, Honor So- ciety 3,4. Phil Newberg "Can't keep sense and nonsense apart." Boys' Association 2,3,4j Band l,2,3,4, Pep Band 2,3,4p Rifle Club l,2. Ron Newberg "A basketball player, sort of shy, but to his friends a real great guy." Football lg Basketball l,2,3,4, Boys' Association 2,3,4g French Club 3,45 Pep Club 4. Pat Nickelson "She and gloom are no relation." Pep Club l,2g Latin Club l,2g F.T.A. 2,35 Y-Teens l,2,3p Homecoming Comm. 35 Prom Comm. 35 Oriole Life 3,45 Annual Staff 4, Girls' League 2,3,4, Moni- tor 4. Herbert Nankee "There's more about me than you'll ever knouJ.' Bays' Association 2,3,4, Rifle Club l,2,3,4. Charles Nelson "Xl friendly fellow we all like." Boys' Association 2,3,4g Cross Country 2, Track l,2,3,45 Student Council 4, Commissioner at Large 4. Nancy Lee Nelson Here is a blonde of our dreams GA A 2 3 Pep Club 4 Library Club 3 4 see. of Dis- trict Library 4 Girls Basketball 3 Girls Volleyball 2,35 G"'lS l-F-'09ue 2 3 4 Mothers Tea 2 3 Drama Club 2 3 4 Girls League Fashion Show 4 Frank James Nephew Neither bold nor shy Band l 2 3 4 Boys Association 2 3 4 Pete Ostronder "Man is the only animal that blushes, or needs to." Co-op 45 Boys' Association 2,3,4. Lynne Overton "ln every gesture, dignity and love." F.H.A. l,2,35 G.A.A. l,25 Y-Teens l,2,35 Winter Whirl Comm. 2,35 Volleyball 25 Monitor 45 Girls' League 2,3,4. Nancy Ann Pappe "Yes, all men are dust-but one is gold dust." Latin Club 1,25 Girls' League 2,3,4. Pom Parsons "The love light in her eye." French Club 2,35 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Future Teachers 2,3, T"e05U"e" 32 Gil'lS' I-eGgue 2,3,45 Mothers Teo 2,3,4, Prom Comm. 35 Winter Whirl Comm. 2,3. Jean Nielsen 1 "There is no cosmetic for beauty like happiness. Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Pres. 35 Pep Club l5 F.T.A. 3,45 Val- entine Queen 25 S.T.C.C. 3,45 Commissioner at Large 35 Treas. 45 Oriole Life Staff 3,45 Annual Staff 3,45 Busi- ness Manager 45 Winter Whirl l,2,3,45 General Chair- man 35 Comm. Chairman 45 Prom Comm. 35 Homecom- ing Comm. 35 Cheerleading 35 Hostess Sr. Gov't. Day 35 Girls' League 2,3,45 Mothers' Tea 2,3,45 Style Show 2,45 Homecoming Queen 4. Gilbert 0'Brien "Friendly in disposition." Boys' Association 2,3,4. Bercloy Olmsteod "A fashionable woman is always in love." Latin Club I5 Pep Club l5 Mathers Tea 2,3,45 Y-Teens l,2,3,45 Oriole Life 2,35 Annual 3,45 Winter Whirl Comm. 3,45 French Club 3,45 Prom Comm. 35 Band I5 Future Teachers 2,35 Vice President 35 Girls' League 2,3,45 Girls' League Style Show 45 Homecoming Comm. 3. Carlo Olson "Short and sweet." Y-Teens l,25 G.A.A. l,25 F.H.A. l,25 Mothers Tea 25 Pep Club l5 Library Club 35 Girls' League 2,3,45 Home Room Rep. 35 Cherry Pie Contest 2,4. C. Sandra Porter "There is nothing so contagious as laughter and goodness. G.A.A. l,2,35 Future Nurses l5 Tumbling Team 25 F,H.A. l,2,3,45 Historian 45 Girls' League 2,3,4. Chris Roberts "A tall. blond gentleman we see. A ladies' man?" Transferred 35 Football 45 Basketball 3,45 Track 3,45 Boys' Association 3,45 Vice-President 4. Gloria Rodriquez "This dark-haired girl has charming ways we all adore." G.A.A. l,2,35 Tumbling Team 35 Homecoming Comm, l5 Basketball 25 Volleyball 25 Girls' League 2,3,4. Larry Rohr "He fears the wiles of won7en's smiles--'or does he?" Football 25 Tennis 25 Ski Club 3,45 Treasurer 35 Ski Team 45 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Student Police 3. Doris Penland "A gentle mind by gentle deeds is known." Latin Club l5 G.A.A. l,2,35 Y-Teens l,25 Volleyball l5 Girls' League 2,3,45 G.A.A, Banquet Comm. 2,3. Lynn Peterson "l75 lbs. of athletic energy." Football l,2,3,45 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Varsity Club 3,45 Senior Basketball 4. Suzann Peterson "Ever true to her faith. her work. and her friends." Annual 3,45 Co-Editor 45 Oriole Life 3,45 Editor 35 Assoc. Editor 45 Hi-C 2,3,45 Sec.Treas. 35 Future Teach- ers 3,45 President 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Li- brary Club 45 District President 45 Latin Club l,2,3I Jr. Classical Leaaue 45 Y-Teens 3,42 G:A.A. li Future Nurses 2,3,45 Secretary 35 Vice-President 4: ,GIYIS League 2,3,45 Homecoming Comm. Chairman 3: Roman Banquet 2,35 Mothers Tea 2,35 PrOr'n COMM. Cl'1Ol"m0"' 35 Harneroom Representative 35 Usher l958 Gfdfil-I Wol' verine Girls State 35 National Merit Scholarship Semi- finals. Robert Platt "You can't ruffle his quiet good nature. Boys' Association 2,3,4. Ny..--rftfv' Margie Savage "Oh! For the love of laughter's charm." Girls' League 2,3,4, Library Club 4, Pep Club 22 Y- Teens 2. Carolyn Schafer "Whoever loves much, does much." Band 2,3,4, Secretary 4, Choir 2,3,4, Robe Custodian 3, Treasurer 4, Pep Band 2,4, All Girls Orchestra 2,3,4, Latin Club l,2,3, Pep Club l,2,3, Representative l,2, Y-Teens 2,3,4, National Honor Society 3,4, Mothers Tea 3,4, S.T.C.C. 4, Chainnan Special Projects Comm. 4, Student Court 4, Softball l,2, Hi-C Club 2,3,4, Rep- resentative 2,3, Vice-President 4, Homecoming 3. Jim Schneider "Mischief and I are pals." Basketball Manager l, Boys' Association 2,3,4, Foot- ball l,2, Hockey l,2, Varsity Club 3,4, lntermural Bas- ketball 3,4, Senior Basketball 4, Stage 'Crew All School Play 3, Baseball 3. Maurice Schoenberger "Fond of work, fond of fun." Football l,2, Band l, Latin Club l,2,3, Senator 3, Class Representative 2, Class Treasurer 3, National Honor Society 3,4, Prom Comm, 3, Boys' Association l,2,3,4, S.T.C.C. 4. Connie Rohrmoser "Modesty is the citadel of beauty." Band l,2,3,4, Majorette 2,3,4, Head Librarian 3, Social Chairman 4, Y-Teens l,Z,3,4, Treasurer 3, F.T.A. 3,4, Vice President 3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4, Homecoming Comm. 3, Prom Comm. 3, G.A.A. 2,3,4, French Club 2,3, F.H.A. l, Pep Club 2,3, Basketball l,2, Volleyball l,2, Winter Whirl Comm. Chairman 3,4. Sandy Ruschkewicz "She has a touch of music in her life." G.A.A, l,2,3,4, F.N.A. 2,3,4, Latin Club l,2,3, Rifle Club 4, L.H.S. Bowling League 2,3,4, Volleyball l,2,3,4, Basketball l,2,3, Badminton 2.3, Choir 3,4, Girls' League 2,3,4, Prom Comm. 3, Oriole Life Staff 4, Girls Softball l,2,3,4. Richard Salcius "What's so pleasant as a day off." Boys' Association 2,3,4. Fred Samuelson "In his classes he's a bashful sort, but out with the fellows a real good sport." Pep Band 3,4, Band l,2,3,4, Boys' Association 2,3,4, Rifle Club l,2,3,4. Q E Mari Lee Shira "A vigorous, various. versatile girl." Girls' League 2,3,45 Tumbling Team 35 Art Exhibit 35 Mothers Tea 35 Prom Comm. 35 Oriole Life 2. Jim Shorts "As large as life and twice as natural." Varsity Club 3,45 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Track Man- ager Z. Patricia Sisko "A conscientious, energetic worker, whose kind the world is glad to haven' Latin Club l,25 Girls' League 2,3,45 G.A.A. 2,3,45 Clerk 35 Basketball 2,35 Volleyball 2,3,45 Badminton 25 Bowling League 35 Oriole Life Staff 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Treasurer 45 Co-Chairman of Art Show 35 Baseball l,2,3. Anita Smith "Patience and gentleness is beauty." G,A.A, 2,3,45 Pep Club 45 Girls' Volleyball 2,3,45 Girls' Basketball 2,35 Badminton 2,35 Girls' League 2,3,45 Mothers Tea l,2,35 Mothers Tea Narrator 35 Prom Comm. 35 Monitor l,25 Fashion Show 45 Oriole Life Staff 4. Barry Schrader "To know him is to like him." Track l,2,3,45 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Latin Club l,25 Football 2,35 Varsity Club 4. Marvin Seymour "His labor is worthy of reward." Boys Association 2,3,45 Tom Shaw "A smart man is one who hasn't let a woman pm anything on him since he was a baby." Latin Club l,2,35 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Football l,2,35 Varsity Club 2,3,45 Officer 3,45 Prom Comm. 3. Gordon Shepler "Work is for spare moments when there's nothing else to do." Boys' Association 2,3,45 Student Police 4. Nm fanfw Laura Lee Smith "Humor is the harmony of the heart." Girls' League 2,3,45 F.H.A. l,25 Monitor 3,45 Library 45 G.A.A. lg Mothers Tea Narrator 3. LaVern Sobieralski "Ain't we got fun." Boys' Association 2,3,45 Student Police 35 Bowling 45 F.F.A. 4. Ron Sorensen Barbara Stilson ' "The fewer the words, the greater the profitf' G.A.A. l,45 Girls' League 2,3,45 F.H.A. l,2,35 Library Club 25 Girls' Softball 2,3. Sharon Stewart "She has a merry spirit and a friendly air." Library Club 45 Treasurer 45 G.A.A. l,25 Girls Basket- ball l,25 Girls Volleyball l,2,3,45 Girls' League 2,3,45 French Club 2. Dove Sfalter "A little nonsense now and then." Band l,2,3,45 Boys' Association 253,45 F.F.A. 45 Pep Band 2,3,4. Tom Strobel "Friends, Romans, Countrymen - - - lend me our irls"' ll g - Football l,2,45 Basketball I5 Tennis l,2,3,45 Pep Club I,2,3,45 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Hockey 2,31 Pffim Comm. 2,35 Varsity Club 3,45 CO-OD 3,42 l"l0m9C9m"'lQ Comm. 35 S.T.C.C. 4. "He is quiet: but when you know him, then the fun begins." Band l,25 Latin Club l,2,35 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Football 2,3,45 Track l,2,3,45 Varsity Club 45 Senior Basketball 45 lntermural Basketball 4. honored than othersg not just but because she labors for President lg Choir l,2,3,45 Secretary 35 3,45 Latin Club l,2,35 Secretary 2,35 Hi-C 5 Vice-President 35 F.N.A. 2,3,45 Oriole Life Assoc. Editor 35 S.T.C.C. 3,45 Comm. at Large 45 National Honor Society 3,45 Girls' League 4, Foreign Exchange Student to Germany 35 Bod- minton 35 Pep Club 35 Vice-President 35 Annual Staff 3,45 Prom Comm. 35 Homecoming General Chairman 3. Jim Tallefson "The carefree way he goes." Track 1,25 Golf 35 Freshman Basketball l5 Boys' Associa- ti::n 2,3545 Senior Basketball 45 Intermural Basketball 3,45 Library Club 35 Student Police 4. Marty Tallefson "Sweet happiness in her eyes." Pep Club l,2,3,45 French Club 2,35 President 45 Y-Teens 2,3,45 Winter Whirl 2,3545 Girls' League 2,35 Senior Rep. 45 Mothers Tea 2,35 Co-Chairman Style Show 45 Band l,25 Prom. Comm. Chairman 35 Homecoming Comm. 35 Homeroom Representative 35 Oriole Life Busi- ness Staff 3,45 Usher, l9S8 Graduation. Everett Taylor "Born to make hash of hearts." Latin Club l,2,35 Band l,2,3,45 Pep Band l,25 Oriole Life Staff 45 Student Court 45 S.T.C.C. 45 Boys' Associa- tion 2,3,4. Tom Towns "Just enough mischief to tease." Boys' Association 2,3,4. Larry Summers "The more boys think, the less lhey say." Boys' Association 2,3,45 Band 3. Mike Surplice "A man who looks but doesn't leap." Boys' Association 25354. Sally Sutton "lf you would be loved. Ioue and be lovely. G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Latin Club l,2,35 Ring Comm, 35 Choir 3,45 Class Secretary 35 Homecoming Comm. 35 Prom Comm. 3, Basketball 25 Volleyball 25 Badminton 25 Baseball l,2,35 Future Nurses 2,3,45 Vice-President 35 President 45 Girls' League 2,3,45 Commencement Decor- ation Comm. 3. Gary Swanson "Quiet yet he's full of fun." Boys' Association 2,3545 Library Club 45 Choir 2,3,4. KX ,Q z 1 1 Vg is 1 l f Mfwwauwe ' .. .q .WW Tyla ?flg5yf:f'eltt't"'wl'ltt'l'll'tl" l,t1l"lhV!,,fa..flye,y0l'W,lf"j1,,it "l"w"'5"lfi' ttllW'f'. lf' enms Waterman "A better lad just can't be had." Boys' Association 2,3,45 Camera Club 3. MMM 4 lf! 510 My Carol Wehrle "I'he beauty of beauen is the stars, the beauty of woman is her hair." Choir l,2,3,45 F.T.A. 25 Curtain Callers 2,3,45 Presi- dent 35 Thespians 2,3,45 Secretary 45 Oriole Life Staff 3,45 Annual Staff 45 Girls' Basketball l,2,35 Volleyball l,2,3,45 G.A.A. l,2,3,45 Treasurer 45 Y-Teens l,25 Rifle Club 45 Prom Comm. 35 Homecoming Comm. 35 Rowling League 2,3,45 Mothers Tea 25 All School Play 35 Badminton 2,35 Girls' Softball l,2,35 Monitor 45 Pep Club l,2,35 French Club 25 Reserve Cheerleader 35 Girls' League 2,3,4. Volker Ueth "lVith a mind for knowledge and a heart for love." Latin Club l,25 Choir 2,35 Class Secretary l5 Track 25 Honor Society 3,45 Oriole Life 35 Curtain Callers 35 Homecoming Comm. 35 Boys' Association 2,3,4. Georgene Urbon "As merry as a cricket." Latin Club l5 Pep Club l,25 Y-Teens l5 G.A.A. l,25 Prom Comm. 35 Girls' League 2,3,45 Monitor 4. Chris Waldhelm "A tall and friendly lad: one of the best Lue'ue ever bad. " Latin Club l,2,35 Track 2,3,45 Boys' Association 2,3,45 Varsity Club 45 Senior Basketball 45 Honor Society 3,45 Treasurer 35 Senior Class Treasurer 4. Doreen Walker "Always willing to be helpful." Press and Camera Club l5 G.A.A. 35 Girls' League 2,3,45 Monitor 2,3. ,w Rose Alice Winczewski "She sings like a lark." Girls' League 2,3,4g Curtain Callers l,2,3,4g Thespoins 2,3,4g Vice-President 4g F.H.A. l,2,3,4g Songleader 2g Vice-President 3g President 4g Oriole Life Staff 4g Prom Comm. 3. Dennis Zielinski "Happy am I, free from care." Boys' Association l,2,3,4. Senior class officers, left to right: Chris Walclhelm, treasurerg lnge- Lore Wand, vice-presidentg John Gaines, presidentg and Jan Whitman, secreta ry. Donna Weston "A friendly heart has many friends." Cheerleader l,2,3g F.l-l.A. l,2,3,4g Secretory 4g Oriole Life Staff 4g Girls' League 2,3,4g Girls Basketball l,2g Girls Volleyball l,2g Badminton 2. Ralph Wheaton "I live in the present, the future will come soon enough." Boys' Association 2,3,4g French Club 2g Rifle Club 2g Football lg Basketball l. Janice Whitman 'iShe walks in beauty." Y-Teens 2,3,4g Girls' League 2,3,4g Prom Comm. 3g Winter Whirl 2,3g Choir l,2,3g Pep Club lg Home Room Representative 3g Junior Classical League 4g Senior Rep- resentative 4g Class Secretary 4g Homecoming Comm, 3g Oriole Life Staff 3g F.l-l.A. l. David Wickery "A light-hearted youth. Football lg Curtain Callers 2g Bowling League 2,4g Boys' Association 2,3,4g Pep Club lg lntermurol Bas- ketball 3,4g Senior Basketball 4g Oriole Life Staff 4g Annual Business Staff 4g Print Shop Club 4. 40" 1 ' A S!Q'M'Swsw1' N W, FRIENDLIEST Barbara Kukawka and John Gaines CLASS CHARACTERS Marilee Shira and Howard McKay Mock Election MOST TALENTED Carolyn Schafer and Everett Taylor MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Nancy Speer and Bruce Doll 5 C? CLASS COUPLE Pam Mulligan and Chuck Nelson MOST DEPENDABLE Nancy Bond and Larry Kier MOST QUIET PERSONALITY PLUS Sandra Karlsen and Bob Matson Sharon Harley and Maurice Schoenberger Nl! Underclassmen 5 ' w we x Q va Ne P Q 3 Rodney Bentz Joe Bergaila Jerilynne Berger Gary Billow Elaine Boals 'Clark Bond Betty Boswell Pat Bowden JoI.ynn Bradshaw Lorna Brown Suzanne Butler Carol Carto P ' 1 af, V J " Q, Juniors 'N i . ,, , ,gi X .N 4 v xg J 1 w. me r 4 1 . -1::wg,: , 1 I n K 3 f ,.- ' ,. " f-' I , , Tv, ,. M we . N tiiii' , K if F 1? is ll' X, is - A gf' 'ef l ig ieg? aft "f 4' 'gba "2" :- , 'i.-1? :Z ,.., " 4 J i an ' 5' ff Y Y ff N 1 ,I Q' . x G X am-a,U.lff1.aia3' ff .. . swmwaew .. , V. , 'A .-T 155 , P51 . I Q Rafe-sem , A- it QQ 9' 4 ,L ,.. ,S ix , . pal, 1 F v gm f- ,.,,, Lilith 34W'mm L X N 'Ti'- .,b . 8, Gail Altschwager Allison Amstutz Harvey Anderson Karl Anderson Sandy Anderson Janice Bailey Catherine Ball Jack Barrington Rita Bateson Bill Beard Julie Benson Penny Benson at , A N fix! W . A-ck X w p J Swv. F -r X - '- 1 . 1 an i ami fi ,, , iw, .wa,:33, 1. we gifs? eh ,,.,.. ,,,,. . ,J " . sg yr Norbert Castonia Robert Caswell Charles Chadwick Audrey Chapman Darlene Christopherson Joyce Cloutier The fascinating world of chemistry opens new doors to these enkperimenting juniors. David Finholm Gene Fisher Michael Foutch Delwyn Fugerc Tom Gaines Jack Gallie i jk Charles Gebhardt b Q VQ'.' I Wt YL Barbara Genson I if i Sandra Genter 5 'e-q " W ir 1 .. 5 Q., ' M vi , i ii M Mary Anne Gibbs D , " Y ' ' Verna Gene Gilbert R wwf' M X Ellen Goward :"' filrima J . """' M , W H J fi li ff 4 C H David Collins 5 ' is Duane Cooper Lane Cooper s Patricia Dams C ,, John Davis lg 2 ,ii Nancy Davis R 3 ' 1 :fQ155,".1. c qqhq i Joe Delatowski 5' Ad Zh' Judy Dixon , f X -.Q f H -I Michael Eckley .1 D - Eh 35 ig, Martha Eldred L .2 ji ,125 Karen Erne N i b ,,,, Linda Farley Gary Grams eea 'fi A ' E ' W' 5 s Lewis Greinfer ' 'i:- - was 4... H? Barbara Jean Gustafson " D ..:,' I ' Michal Hack ' CV Dennis Hamilton , 5 di ' Ik J E-X Arthur Hansen R5 iw V, .1 ' Deadline for oll Oriole Life articles is Fridoyll Juniors Q L . amd' . is 1 W was is , . ., ,.,. as 3 Judy Hoxie Karen Hulth Patsy Ingersoll Nancy Jabrocki Bonnie Jensen Gary Jensen me xi Q mis' asf ' was -s sz. ' fa- :..: A W L - '5 J ' : 5 .I Q-my :. . "'- 4 X Qs QL R W S? 1 5 SL Carol Hansen Roger Hansen Susan Hanson Gerald Harkenrider Joan Harley Pat Harley Michael Harmon Dian Harrell Armando Harwood Emanuel Harwood Lloyd Haynor Sally Horowski Michael King Mary Ellen Kinney Susan Klemm Carol Kolasse Allen Johnson Eugene Jorrissen if as Eugene Karosas e , Q B, Q Vernon Kelser ,W :N My Dale Kelly if Q f A y James Keson W i if f 5 -::, if E xg f 5 7514: - , I Gmgef Km , -"Q ' I '37 , 'Qs 'W' ' W M ,N is 5 U Fa K' 5,5 'N ., . : -Y,-ki-'yxf J N N "1 5" gr" 3 Jean Kopp Juniors Reseorch in the school Iibrory is o must for everY Scholar- Karneen Kuras Malcolm Laird Evelyn Lake Jack Larsen Bill Lemcke Jerome Lemire Jim Lemire Rita Lilleberg Deloras Loomis Carole Luskin Jack Luskin Larry Lyewski f r'ss L :fm fx St J X eggs.. I S Q was Q ' Y : s K . X Fred Nelson Jane Nelson Janet Nielson Penny Nielson Edward O'Brien Patricia O'Connor sf as ' ,e r Y, AQ- 2 M ,' Q ,. f. ,Qs was my ,mf t xr YN My W 'Se X N X ss 5 3' ,t.t - I ., -.,. ., ,... a . .- r te riae W' 4. 9'-.X 4 Q .3 is S K get 5 if .j H X We ' M 2 'Z i t Q -at . aww ' K J '1'i 3 - W A " L f 'Hi ,+is-:ze J . R ,mt A 1. Q . 1 fl. nv 'N E I an 17 I- ,, -z 2 ,elmr L W ek . l 5 .F f' Jlilflff -v, -My gtk Judy Lyon Marla McNutt Warren Marsh Judy Martindale Phyllis Meisenheimer Druscilla Meissner Jan Moore Janette Morgandoller Edward Motyka Tom Neal Carol Nelson Dan Nelson W 3 ki if sei: 'fx 1 JN ? Q Pick-peck, pick-peck - - one-two-three-four. Juniors 43 Barbara Prior Bill Prior Barbara Rasmussen Judy Rathbun Warren Rathbun Geraldine Rehs Dick Ricklefs Dwight Roberts Connie Rodriquez David Ruschkewicz Iudy Schneider Lana Schoenberger tm 'W , S' , we 'wants 'F F i --'2' eia ku ,il Je Zi' 1 , 5 F ff ' f. , .,.. P 1 P P - as ,, -" si as is it se E-E. 1 -2 'Y -2 as 'C 'ix J S 1 X gk 253 Q 1 Q W s 1, I, pi M .4 1 Griggs ar e 1 e Qi , - " 1 Q Q' ,, is S, D .2 1 if i Juniors David Cstrander Carol Paasch Marilyn Pappe James Parker Ted Parkinson Prank Payne Sandra Payne Dennis Pehrson Alan Peterson Larry Peterson l.enore Piszczek Sandra Plank ww Virginia Schrink Anette Shira Charles Shue Georgiann Smith Linda Sniegowski Lewis Soli English poves the woy for easier study. Paula Stahl Jeanne Sutcliffe Sam Swanson Ted Thompson Gerald Thorne Tom Tomczak David Tondu Mary Vanden Heuvel Marsha Van Nortwick Douglas Vaught Harrie Volkers Margaret Voss . ii , fry No Pictures Eugene Bland Bonnie Glover Conrad Nelson Mrs. Bette Roberts Larry Schell 'Nw Funnels and test tubes indicate experiments. William Wallace Denny XValunas Sandi Wells Sandra Wigren Neil XVilliams Kirk Williamson Rodney Zielinski Chuck Zukas Juniors ' r 'fini . .1 rc " b ' Y x 4 , .J so ,., .,. x Q we , .,:g. fn rsh 2 Q' ' ' l ., 5 f A -,..::A : :::,-: E M 5. . M I 3 Donna Boswell Margaret Bourdage Carol Bresley Janice Brown Karen Brown Bonita Bush Y ..., ,J ' . A-'51 Y! r M N x v . .,. si: g W, James Adams Linda Lou Andresen Sandra Arnson Ron Bailey Sandra Baker Karen Balkema Joetta Beltz Bill Bennett Marsha Benson Ronald Bigsby Garth Billow Dorothy Black .,,, j W C ., r v , eesr . J .. sg Carroll Bush James Butler ,e E1 1':' . Don Carlock 'N all W Q mi 3: 5. -Q Sallie Carto ggp.'r i ig , ji . g i Roy Case 5 j- Y Q- , V J' Q., Viola Chrisple 3. 3 1 i - :F k ,V hi . B ' i - -- xiii- - 1 run.. .2 i Eiga " .ee- 2 in - 2 'Q 5 Eugene Christensen . ,' ' q,:' --C 1 il" J 3333 g'ognCChristensen 1 e Q, ' 421 Q, we 1 i-: s 0 lark f X Don Clingan ,C -Q 5 b "': ll :.- If V,..,.: e J A Linda Coates iii C , tei: J Paffifia C012 - 'E M J -H+ L .EQ1 f Q Sophomores 46 Sollie Petersen ond Koren Brown show geometry students "how it's done." ww K ,I Bill Collins Joyce Collins Jim Comstock George Cooper .ludith Davis Michael Davis Larry Lee DeRooy Mary Alice Diesel Richard Doty Donald Eaton Mary Eckley Maxine Eddy X Xfjg if wig L , Q -. X . , Q va .:.. I .-,.., ta -,-:-: V .. L . X A3 I " " - swim an x N 5 X sq K we y " Q 2. es Terry Fox Roger Fredericks Joyce French Cara Lynne Garcia Forest Garland Jeffrey GeBott " E ' . .xiii I ,fi ff' f I ...... 1, V -X 1.23524 f K ' ..,, , ....,,,.,,. , Q f 5 X Rt ew HK vessel:-via: ,, ww er sf- 3 X fi- m ae L P 4 'Y W qi 5 sq Aj' Q is iE,. :,,,: Z K E gm FT il See the red ond white blood corpuscles? .4 . 5 .r 3. N KW 4 Zia Y qw . ,iss 1. U - f ,gtk . ,A , 1 s ,f it Judy Elyea Ann Evans Sandra Everson Barbara Featherstone Jon Ferguson Harold Figgins Alvin Finholm Julia Ann Finley Grace Fitch Cynthia Ford Barbara Fox Georgia Fox si? r Sophomores 47 Carol Hesslund Judy Hoyt James Hubbard Richard Husted Dave Jabrocki Ronald Jabrocki Jim Jensen June Johnson Richard Johnson Verona Johnson Jim Keller Mike Keson t i M we rr-:.. -3 2:21 :.e -- at 5 ,s 9 sf RS' Ala . Wifi fe' M Q Q-Y Q Q X s ii -,, :g I,.E: it ,tt r X r ,. i Q Lyle Griffiths Judy Guenthardt Barbara Gustafson Roy Hackert Carol Hackett Nancy Hamilton Patricia Hansen Patsy Hansen Marilyn Harmon Kathryn Harrington Donald Hendrickson Karen Hendrickson its Em V - , e- .14-.x.ic.. wa an , in Sophomores Gayle Kirchner Keith Knapp De Lynn Laird Joyce Laird Nancy Laird Sharon Lange It's o big, wide, wonderful world! Barbara LaPorte Linda Larsen Thomas Lavern Larsen Burma Leatherman Gordon Ledger Marianne LeSarge Carol Liebetreu Jerome Loomis Rosalie Lux Kenneth McClellan lrene McDonald Trudy McDowell ' sw Il it ' ge? ' X, KL. K QP xi Q... ' N X 1 .. ,QL vs- . N, X ft . M Albert Nelson Clyde Nelson Jeananne Nelson Pamela Nerheim Mary Olmstead Robert Olsen iw s we it 'zrm'4',, ' 5 L ' ,W ' News t - " 9 me W, Q6 V -A 5 . 1, t V rv. , ,K ,f mn,'..:Sf3 I lil ., .s:::. ' he ' x " N K . 3 L :ar A ' .. -' ,QQ : , . - -S . ' ' vw as is 9 if , 5 Hi i , X . , , , -Q 5 , :- 6' at t 2,5 M -.,- , mf ai., .:4. :g.iN , H 5 tfvmi Q, ,pike I S are """ 'a f ,v , lil .,,1 y "iVi '--, , b AM Don McKinley 'si "" E 2 A Q , A 1? in .loan McLean X s Z... Yi W 's ff .lean Macklam f i s M5 Carol Malstrom ' N Tom Masten . 'W Michele Mercadal s , , ix 4 Don Mielke V fl. Larry Miller A ,L g f L - -p K Beverly Millgarcl 5 N" X W it or " Paulette Morgandollar A ij "A any ..'. ' W " Beverly Morton ':" ' Kay Mulligan it 1 F ,. i.,V.. 1 f ' W "- h, ' f Y. M1 N L L Notice the difference in the shapes of the leaves. 1 , ., aww-sill M:,W,,, , Sophomores 49 s M 'ff All sk K + S . 'W Y , F Y 1 'Y ,Q 1 as g. ' -' "Qi, ,..' Q it if K fuk :MW ' -'m v 9 SM A 3 'E ,..-- 3 'I 4 .V .s. t to ' H RN Q , QW W iss? we ir t ':'1 ' 5 . m --gmt 3 X -. tt ... Q . .. "-' X Mike Pomorski Q:q h , it Carl Popham Bruce RW f r my John Rees -'Q' as " ..,:. -...,..,- fr --'. -:' ' Q- af ms Edward Roupe -"' Y, Q farm 4 . . :. Lucinda Rozelle ., '13, -L t ':'f:.,K :.' t- g ' -,f'-:. -',- , I fs :Q :+. .' N Gladys Ruschkewicz S 'W Jerry Samuels ' Edward Sanborn X I M ' Eldonna Sauers 4 1 ag Q Ralph Schmidt .,:. Mi ek sharon Schmidt aww, S A - " ' -'a Q 'QQ"- ' ..-' f .- f-:- A 7d-n is "': "" ' ' . . , S A ' ,,, A fu. , E 1' P' l' 1, 1- -:.. . sr - Y ff Lf 4 F f i- . 2 ,rsfff 3' 5 fl A f ..-- it " F W Sophomores 50 Don Osterman Walt Pankow Carolyn Parsons Patricia Parsons Douglas Patterson Dorothy Payne Christine Pedersen Roger Pederson Norma Penland Sallie Peterson Henry Phelps Gerald Phillips 1 , . .W 4, W W' mm s 'S h as Q .- . I George Schmock Robert Schrader Robert E. Schultz Robert Lee Schultz Katy Sheets Sue Ann Shimel Porlez-vous Francois? , .1 x N x Y u S F . .. .. Q . Jim Sisko Dennis Smith Pat Smith Richard Soli Susan Speer Margie Spence Judie Squire James Stever Jim Stewart Dick Strabel m Burton Surplice X .... 1 x r i . es Q' J we J Q . my Felt.-i 'S' X X N X wk 'NSN ' I f - ' " it .. - x R yn., Judianne Su mers A 1:5 ws l . 3 , 'Q ' ' ' sig' SL 5 Helen VanVolkenburg James Walunas Carole Wardlow Sandi Waterman Deedra Weinert Gerald Weinert Diane White Ed Wierzbowski Barbara Witte Gary Worton Margie Yennior Rosilyn Zahorik Annette Zielinski . : Q65 H 59 'QS' Q, S h,, Q as ig 5 . 5 x ww avr I -, -'.- Q , . , , -K :uw v get tx I , I 'Wa .-' " .sei in .i i V -- 5 A 'J . if if e ii, 3.-N K 4 -Y e Q fr X ww A A L No Pictures Marilyn Taylor Terry Wheaton It really isn't Greek, only English. ,XE win w , 1 i. ie ,gp . - .- A . . in J in Laura Surplice Ruth Swanson Linda Tallefson Walter Taranko Jim Taylor Sharon Tiedeman Robert Tower Betty Tripp Edward Tyler Terry Tyndall Jean Underwood Gary Van Volkenburg Sophomores .lack Bengston Richard Bensen -' Sally Bentz x"'q' Lois Benz Donna Berg Lorraine Berger Donald Best I n James Bidwell Evelyn Billings .x:, Max Binkley Evangeline Bird Robert Bourdage , W5 Mg' s H if i its as .gil-Wf'Z1Q5?f' 'if'.. ,. , N.., an .5 I A W5 2 , Q, - a::::'I?:5s:.:a--:?v:sxi:1: ,s a gms .. ..,. -fs. ,Q ... z .. - ' " f ag-55 Q -.,i. I zz. --".' M, ns- gf t., 1 1 , ..... :.., , , . ....:, , -- i ES! it , J if f we ii 'r ' E Tp 3 ff, fs gi, t, :Mi R , ,..: J -,- W .,-'-535. , .9 mm V. L. cw, , 3 515 ' Ac. - 4 .5 1. Sheryl Abrahamson Barbara Allen Emory Ames Gordon Anderson Richard Anthony Juanita Appledorn Earl Ashton Levi Ball Betty Mae Bannon Mary Gwen Barrington Jim Beckstrom Linda Bender Sandra Bradshaw Dennis Brant Larry Briggance Donna Brunk Eleanor Buck Darlene Buckles Freshmen l A pleasant leisure ..... on involuoble source of knowledge. 52 Clyde Bush Margery Butler Bob Caplon Janice Carmouche Bruce Carpenter Howard Carr Gilbert Charpie Janet Chajnacki Douglas Christensen Kathie Christensen Vera Christensen Gary Christopherson '47 " if-Q . if as i gj' X' EL, Kr . 'I' L S I I 4 Q - it ! Katherine Diesel Bill Doll Donna Mae Dwyer Linda Edmundson Burnice Ehler Marcia Evans ii . as we 'Fil-I Q . I is -2 "'f f cw f t f gr ' gg. , W , sy! ft, .vj f ' fr if it, 7. - ' Q gf 5 if S ik ii sg DQ if-is we Y t iqf i t.. 'Q' E ig sw? 5 5 X it ff? 2 . fv New C c Nr rf f.-vw .1 1, 5 . yi-We' .M gen f ii' Aix K 5 wi 1 1 wk me Us Q s - .,n. I 4 1 r ,L fgr j, 'l'l 7 " " It N "" A Q af fw . '. .,,'?:f?5ii A A' ' " " Anyone for art? Design provides on interesting phase of this course. 4' at , , 1 gg if, ' f .M J W Marilee Clausen Larry Clough Gary Clyde Richard Cmerjrek James Coats Karen Cobb Charles Cole Mervin Comstock Donna Copenhaver Connie Cox Dan Demlow John Dewyer " . ma, ' V 13 " 5 TQ. 4 ' Freshmen 4" I , J W 4' A ., ,, K ss 10- xv? 'fi fsiftl Q fmt' is sa, Jeanette Gebhardt Michael Gebott Donna Gibson Frank Gillette Donald Goward Judith Graw Diane Gray Howard Guenthardt Richard Guenthardt Linda Gustafson Judy Haight Gary Haner M, WM: .. , 5. , -. . , , , . ,. :':' J ':. ' ':::, 30 ,mei - - , we . ' 5 H G ,.,,. i fm .. , r 'E lg! 1 I ,-,"' -'.' , Q.: 'ilg ',.'. : ' KA K ' Q l,- Freshmen Denise Fairchild Gary Ferguson Joan Ferris Gary Filer Sally Findling Elsie Finholm Sandra Fisher Thomas Fisher Marcia Forman Neil France Linda Gallie Norma Jean Garland V Q, 1 :ay , ..,. . c Q- 'P it ii V- AQ? L W , M 1 J was x S We X M gi is af' T -x 'gf 1 , :z . , .. -.fssw Douglas Hansen Richard Hansen Vicky Hansen Richard Harris John Hawley Karol Hawley ll A little bit of sanding ond she'II be perfect." Douglas Hendrickson Sally Herbst James Hobson 'W Virginia Horner ' s'-" Y Tom Horowski f Q25 My Charles Houk ' J' W is , X si af Linda Houk . .,.. , Sharon Huizinga Q James Husted " i Micheal Irvin lk 3, W Jean James r ,, K Linda Johnson ..., , q,,:q , W , is az' .. ,V - --' A ' ' 2 X ir , ef . ss c, ss' ii X Q A we X X ,..1 Y is s X , L is . - Q X j " ia A Ji.iZ.1s1e:'. M f 1 .- ' fe . 1 x. K A ,. ' V kg. i ,gy 1 ..., , ..... . .egg as J J J 1 Y Q gs Betty Larson Cheryl Larson Edward Larsen Joan Larsen Michael Levine x sc, 'X Christian Larsen g c ' .6 3 Such delicious oromos fill the halls when these gols don their aprons. , , dm 56 M 2? .., -: kgyf 'EXT ? rr " th a I ' 4 I ag ie X ' llaiiel Ward Johnson John Kaatz Paul Kalavitz Keren Karlsen Emanuel Karosas John Kinney Dorothy Kirkbride Priscilla Kolb Nancy Kopp Ann Kuhlman Joe Kunciates BOPJ Kunsky Freshmen fda 1 4 " Ronald Lovewell 2 t y a aa at Dick Lands . Ti ' e ::,.. ' '::.:. is 1 Robert Lvewskl we 'E , z 'Q-'-5,' 5 "V- V, A '2:., . ' P 4 Gloria Jean McCoy 4 .i,Q K, in , Q? 35 Tom McCumber ,Eg V Sa Q- ' f 2P" 'kit' 'X f g Q'-rf f Q 1 ' l Donna Madsen Q W M Ray Madsen r QQ. ,QQ 'ii Susan Mallory eil W' ee 'P QQ Judy Mars r Carolyn Marsh EL Barbara Matson Mary Dawn Matson Q1 'E' 1-:. "" K 3- - A - . N P . H May Mears ,ii ,,,,-..: A izr ii .I X y r.: :.f,.,,, Sharon Miller Yvya ' - Carol M0tYk3 ' V ::':: Es- Alice Mufawgki , zg: i k"" in P if k.b.":b " :"," J if George Myers F.: :,.:' 1 - ,:.V,r -:-v-: 5 '-,,,.: lj: ,Maia s Y - I Fern Nelson C W 9 , W Linda Nelson Q r R " Zzg- -Q ' new Rozanne Nelson r , S ima A LUCY Nephew gi' 1 r Roger Nickerson :"' . " F if Paul Nuckolls " be X 'W is 5' ,ft ,K 1 Hu Freshmen we 5 , ' ,J -- is 1 4 '- sein-M v L ppt I 5 Kristy Kay Okker Gordon Olson Judy Olson David Parsons David Pederson Barbara Peterson Dress right! Now we see it on the screen. Daryl Peterson Don Peterson Judith Peterson Nancy Peterson Russell Peterson Thomas Pomorski Dolores Porter Gary Rasmussen Ronald Rasmussen Stewart Rathbun Martha Rehbein Sally Reinberg Ss 3 - ,,, , . 5 ako il I :gifs Sherwood Shepler Joyce Seymour Mary Shorts Beverly Silvis Frank Silvis Beatrix Sisko if gig' sr -, .U ,, St " f TZ A .: , M 'Wx H . 3' lg. - , H 3 , A rf ' W .... 'W ,E 4 , 4 ,gi-N S W Q, -- sgq wr - Q we 2 'Rf fs' . A.. Q 3 fi 'S' W - wr ... 3 we ,r X P f ii . 5 ., R 5 .5 a . 5:-. :Ei-sl ' '-X 5? .f -Q- W fs s rs. f xv f Robert Reynolds Harold Richards Milton Richards Sheryl Ricklefs Douglas Roberts Jan Roberts Bruce Rock Delora Rohr Craig Rude Pamela Sands Barbara Sanford Jerry Schneider L' - 1 if ,, Q ti:-fa, - ' a s f- ,., si ix W ' fs ' -2 . ., .N e , 1 I f .. N f s - - -- rfr- i z -. ,- ,Q Za :J .,.,,.A' r X ,X X 1:1 A- ,W ' 5, f We S ' till fe , Qffilw' The wheels turn furiously during exams. Freshmen 4 . .. . .. ..,. ' M C, -P S , A r QM: i A 1, , A, up A ,, 3, . W 1 , we r 5 1: Wwe V . , 1'-: .Q -wg cg, gg Q, ww f it ff, fits-1-' :S l 1 g f'5f'f' fi 'vlxfei '. item: . 5 ' Q P -I " "'w 'A ., ' 'F :S ' ' inf- ' ' gg '- Q ' . 'V" Jyljah D K 'V 4' 'f,fi3iygj3,Q I if - ' L 1 h frfitxaify ,I W A va T it .Q . ff-If .p :::::iff'2rf::: ff , f L ,ffm Van Tillotson Dennis Tominski George Usiak Jerry Usiak Roger Vandling Tom Van Nortwick Mary Lore Vaught Jim Wallace Ted Weinert Lorene Whitman l-ois Wickery Dennis Wigren it ahh ff?" . QU' 'MV' vs' Q , 'Sea W ' Y lg 4 i , ,WWE yi '4 1 S i. it ff' S 2 7 ., ,F xW.' V '-., ,:-,f' I A A ' qA , ,J J Wx af ' I ' ,X Ng ef S L No Pictures Barbara Basthin Melvyn Case Tom Comstock Rex Hernandez Nancy Houk Kirk Knapp Donald Lund Thomas Lykens Teddy Melonas Diana Ohman Duane Olmstead Dallas Osterman Merrilee Pirtle Tom Plank Ted Winkle 'WS as '2 7 , 4. Kathie Skoog Carol Lou Smith Carol Lynne Smith Jean Sniegowski Richard Sniegowski Marcia Solander Jim Sprague Bill Stahl Dwight Stever LeVerna Stilwell Kristina Sundholm Catherine Thibert .. 1 Mk A Q iw. :- W1 A 1- 5 . ll l ' ' lim if it L J f ' I I c, ' If 4 gg i 2, 8 ff A lx -. , -,-, 5 9 Q, , 341-'Z if 'D ,Q ,gx I - iii. 'Q2geiT1fglX3 cfmmw 5' ,. Y' Q. ' ?ij5":Q'1j12lE' i,'j5-y,:f5f5,, 6 'QQ 9 A xl . is YW ' ai- A 1- r "' xw A ' C5 Q 5, gg f A J I it i 5 if 1 ,ff ig Al Kay Wilke Jerry Wilson James Winiecke Joyce Witte Martha Wrege Lois Yeager Dan Yennior Almost like Howoii-water anyone? I were we al Non ond Barb saw the World Fair A The otomium was a wonder, Nancy Speer and Barbara Kukawka, the i958 Foreign Exchange Students, reminisce about a wonderful summer while Inge-Lore Wand views America on the globe and Suzanne Butler and Marla McNutt dream of the journey ahead. Qi J ' . ffwn ol, ,xt . .410 W.. nv. time f . ' 1 Every seventh hour Inge-Lore practiced her Boch and Beethoven, The big dOYf June 23' i958-great expectations ft 2, f' ' ',.. are t SN t s , Q, x Q x .S X fi? ws 5 Ewsg-v one t A FXS .ex ln Bavaria, Barbara, wearing a genuine horsemil feather hat, befriended o mountaineer, dramamine pills-we're off! Foreign Ex ch an ge The foreign-exchange program at LHS, although only in its second year, has initiated an important step toward maintaining world peace. The Luding- ton students who spend two months in Europe live with European families, ab- sorbing their cultures and ways of liv- ing and after returning home, interpret- ing these to the community. The Eur- opeans who spend a year here do much the same way. Thus, more people can gain a better, true understanding of people in other lands, and through a universal understanding, peace may he attained more easily. Gallie Insurance Agency Foliage Co. of Amegm 'SHIP . 'W 1 -5 Q! ,sie JUNIOR Underclassmen Class Officers Junior class officers, left to right: Larry Peterson, vice-president, Jack Gallie, president, Joan Harley, secretary, and Dennis Pehrson. SOPHOMORE Sophomore class officers, left to right: Margie Spence, secretary- treasurerg Dick Strobel, president, and Barbara Witte, vice-president. FRESHMAN Freshman class officers, left to right: Linda Edmundson, secretary Judy Mars, vice-president, Linda Houk, president, and Sheryl Abrahamson 60 treasurer. IICII , , 0l'g3HIZ3tlOl1b Honor Society Character, scholarship, leadership, and service characterize the members of the National Honor Society. To become a member, a student must have and main- tain a Pa plus average. He must show qualities of leadership and service in ex- tracurricular activities and classroom par- ticipation. His teachers must be able to recommend him. The Society holds an impressive initiation ceremony at a spe- cial assembly each year. The Honor Society members perform services about the school, such as setting up the bulletin board in the lobby. Wi. National Honor Society, left to right, seated: Pat Sisko, treasurer, Volker Ueth vice president, Nancy Band, president, Judy Lovewell, secretary, first row: lva Frederick Marilyn Larsen, Pam Mulligan, Nancy Speer, Carolyn Schafer, Barbara Hill, Delaris Andrews second row: Barbara Kukawka, David Nestander, Maurice Schaenberger, Dick Demlow Chris Wald helm, and Suzonn Peterson. Miss Utz delivers a keynote speech. ' 3 ' .. X 1' if . Q-sent, Q is--M Dave Hall and Janet King admire their new pins The old and the new members of the N.H.S. repeat the pledge. 62 Bach's Danish Bakery Handy' Thin95 C0- Q, ii Co-Editors Milton Gilbert Photographer Ba rba ra Kukawka 'vm 41-ZY3 if , Q "if so 'X ' Si' S we wr ii? 5 Suzann Peterson ,,as1?1. PM V Q: B is gf: E.: .,.ff? -. .i-. i W - wei gh Jean Nielsen Business Manager J im Arnold Sports Editor I W- I ref :iii Jr 3 E , , Q , ' . .' 1 X 4 e "4- wfwhf 71? M w ' 4- if',wf.f TM 'f,.,:5.i . ky . 5 ,W , i v I ....jw4uwwv1wfY , . 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H , 4- fi 1 2 rr M., at ,W Mi mmm-f me 'RS :vid P' Annual Business Staff, left to right: first rowg Linda Lyon, Martha - - ' , Tallefson, Karla Altrock, Martha Eldred, Pat O'Connorg second rowg Kathy Nancy Bond' merely, edltorl Judy Lovewellf OSSOC' Sports edllor Bentz, Marilyn Larsen, Carol Wehrle, Sandra Ruschkewicz, Berclay Olm- smndmgz Barham Hill and Nancy Speer' memry Staff' stead, Sandy Andersong third rowg Dave Wickery, Mike Foutch, Lewis Soli, Carl Walters, 1 1 National Bank of Ludington Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 63 PICCOLO: Lana Schoenberger Susan Hanson FIRST FLUTE: Lana Schoenberger Suzanne Butler Susan Hanson Barbara Rasmussen SECOND FLUTE: Cara Garcia Jeananne Nelson Maxine Eddy Sandra Genter Eb CLARINET: Connie Rohrmoser Ka ren Hulth FIRST OBOE: Mary Kinney SECOND OBOE: Dorothy Black FIRST CLARINET: Paula Stahl Pat O'Connor Sharon Lange June Johnson Judy Graw Ludington State Bank Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation SECOND CLARINET Sally Horowski Judy Elyeo Carol Hesslund Judy Lyon Christine Pedersen THIRD CLARINET: Bonnie Jensen Barbara Featherstone Lucinda Rozelle Carol Wardlow Nancy Hamilton ALTO CLARINET Connie Rodriguez Kathy Harrington BASS CLARINET: Carol Paasch Beverly Millgard FIRST BASSOON: Sondra Plank SECOND BASSOON: Nancy Speer FIRST ALTO SAX: Julie Benson Judy Davis SECOND ALTO SAX John Rees Joyce Laird BARITONE SAX: Ellen Goward Janet Morgandollar SOLO CORNET: Everett Taylor Phil Newberg FIRST CORNET: Jack Gallie SECOND CORNET: Fred Samuelson Roger Altrock Barbara LaPorte THIRD CORNET: Jim Comstock Billy Collins Jim Beckstrom FIRST FRENCH HORN: Margaret Voss SECOND FRENCH HORN: Jerry Weinert Verna Gene Gilbert THIRD FRENCH HORN: Barbara Gustafson FOURTH FRE H H NC ORN: Carol Liebetreu Great La kes Founders Club Northern FIRST TROMBON E: Bruce l-luster Ted Thompson SECOND TROMBONE: Pat Mallory Jane Nelson THIRD TROMBONE: Jack Larsen Harold Figgins BARITONE HORN: Jim Nephew Ed Tyler Ronald Bailey BASS HORN: Larry Fay David Stalter Dennis McCarthy Warren Rothbun Jim Hubbard STRING BASS: Carolyn Schafer BASS DRUM: Lewis Soli SNARE DRUM: Larry Miller Henry Phelps Stewart Rathbun TYMPANI: Robert Schultz fm dl The cadet band plays at its first concert in Oriole Hall, Mr. l-lornung Mr. Hornung directs the cadet band in a slow, solemn tune as the concert progresses, Fw' tvs- l Cadet band drum major Ronald Lovewell with cadet maiorettes Diane Malch-9, Pam Sands, and Pam Nerheim. ' i N yr s 5 w it ,,,..'. Q ,"- . s , '- gs D MMM H , i V 1 ...K , . ,,...,, him by kc, 3 , - , - " - x ' T, ' N. 55 Mink V ,. tt. Ig. , gl K wg, l A M t 1 1 . -.agif ,swf Cadet Band Ludington, High School Cadet Band was organized this year as an intermed- iate band to give freshmen and other younger musicians an opportunity for first chair experience and also to cut down the size of the Varsity band. The fifty-one piece Cadet Band has shown its capabilities at various times throughout the school year. Football shows in the fall, concerts, and compe- tition in the district band contest have high-lighted their activities. Coolmcn's Paints and Floor Coverings Giant Super Market Fred's Sporting Goods Hansen Cheyfolef Y F Officers ai X' YN. ' Leff ro right: Larry Fay, business manager: David Stalter, stage manager: Fred Samuelson, transporta- tion manager: Bruce Huster, uniform custodian: Carolyn Schafer, secretary: Pat Mallory, treasurer: Connie Rohrmoser, social chairman: Suzanne Butler, head librarian, and Everett Tayl0f, CflPl'0"1- Top row left to right: Dave Stalter, Dennis McCarthy: Second row: Pat Mallory, Larry Fay, Bruce l-luster: Third row: Phil New- berg, Roger Altrock, Fred Samuelson, Jack Gallie: Fourth row: Carolyn Schafer, Joyce Laird, Judy Davis, Julie Benson: Fifth row: June Johnson, Pat O'Connor, Judy Graw, Sharon Lange, Paula Stahl: Sixth row: Robert Schultz, Lewis Soii, Larry Miller, Stuart Rathbun. i 'T da, Q. ,Q if il nf it ,--f N7 's iv M L, i J! 'F 1 x is Til . i .. fab!! " Jgfif 15' 'f J Fifi, K, ff f P 3 fm, :J ' ,,..,.. Varsity Band Maiorettes Verna Jean Gilbert, Connie Rohrmoser, and Drum Major Robert Schultz. Russell's Beauty Salon Molines Soda Bar Market Basket Lux Food Products 67 Choir Front row, left to right: Jan Moore, Carol Carto, Barbara Hill, Suzanne Butler, Sandra Lange, Darlene Chris- f0Dl'19fS0f1, l-GHG SChOenberger, Carolyn Marsh, Linda Farley, Director Irving Prescott. Second row, left to right: Lorraine Berger, Marla McNutt, Elaine Boals, Sandro Wells, Margie Spence, Jeanne Sutcliffe, Joan Harley, lnge-Lore Wand, DeLoris Andrews, Jean Macklam, Michele Mercadal, Nancy Speer, Carolyn Schafer, Marilyn Pappe, Susan Speer, Carol Nelson. Third row, left to right: Nancy Kopp, Penny Nielson, Paula Stahl, Lorene Whitman, Marcia Solander, Rita Bate- son, Diane Gray, Carol Wehrle, Larry Peterson, Bruce Bennett, John Davis, Howard McKay, Art Hansen, Sandra Rusch- kewicz, Lorna Brown, Lorna Farley, Barbara Kukawka, Marsha Benson, Sally Sutton, Virginia Schrink, Nancy Laird, Jerilynne Berger. Fourth row, left to right: Gary Christopherson, Milton Gilbert, Avery Benedict, Clark Bond, William Wallace, Tom Neal, Dennis Wolunus, John Gaines, David Ruschkewicz, Charles Geibhardt, Paul Coleman, Vernon Keiser, Dan Bernson, Jack Bengston, Gary Swanson, Charles Zukas, James Walunus, Robert Tower, Max Lynn Binkley, James Coats. Dow Chemical Co. Choir Ludington High School's choir can- stituted 67 voices dedicated to the fur- therance of good music. The melodic contribution of the 1959 organization was emphasized in the many concerts the choir rendered, Under the direction of Mr. Irving Prescott this organization provided inspirational moments through great music. Concerts for high school. service clubs, and church groups enabled the 67 members to sing a wide range of music. Members of the choir participated in activities designated to raise money for the annual Chicago trip. Resourceful officers created the innovations of bean- ies. These gay schoolecolored head cov- erings became a minor fad. Choir officers, left to right: Dan Bernson, vice-president, Carolyn Schafer, treasurer Barbara Kukawka, secretary, and John Gaines, president, Choir officers, first raw, left to right: Jan Moore, historian and robes, Jerilynn Berger, robes, Carol Carta, historian, Darlene Christapherson, historian, Jean Maclclem, robes, Linda Farley, robes. Second row, left to right: Margie Spence, librarian, Nancy Speer, accompanist, Jean Sutcliffe, librarian. Third row, left to right: Tam Neal, osst. treasurer, Ginny Schrink, social chairman, Sally Sutton, social chairman, Avery Benedict, riser foreman, and Michele Mercadal. Park Dairy 69 gi il .fl 'na E x ' .nl .M-Q' 1--4 Re A si' if -' ffm f ' ' a time. gk hir Dennis Walnus and Nancy Kopp check in hats and . my Xb H X coats at a Friday game. F Hamlin Cafe W George's Appliances G' Elec. Appl. Bladgett--Used Cars Clark's Cleaners wg . A , - ' 495' E gl?Q 3 S' 0 Q f 3 ' li 'X -M ,. .A .y .,.. .. -s .W Wi TR fi 5' i l Our boyl,Danny,sl'1ook the baton at the singers many Editors-in-Chief 'i-we ff , Barbara Hill Nancy Bond n- Oriole Life, left to right, seated: Suzann Peterson, ossoc. ed., Judy Lovewell, assoc. ed, Jean Nielsen, business ma ager, Jirn Arnold, soorts ed., Dick Demlow, assoc. sports ed., Milton Gilbert, photographer, first row: Iva Frederick, Nancy Speer, Linda Lyons, Marty Tallefson, Carol Wehrle, Sharon Ashton, Karla Altrock, Deloris Andrews, second row: Anita Smith, Pot O'Connor, Joan Harley, Rose Alice Winczewski, Sandra Ruschkewicz, Michal Hack, Sandy Anderson, Penny Benson, third row: Danna Weston, Barbara Kukowka, Barbara Buffum, Lana Schoenberger, Mary Anne Gibbs, Suzanne Butler, Pot Sisko, fourth row: Jack Gollie, Lemire, Jim Keson, Lemire, Dave Wickery, Luther Lessard, ond Carl Walters. miinrh rg Lire , 0 Oriole Life Two busy editors worked furiously throughout the year giving assignments, writing headlines, and proofreading to bring every issue of Oriole Life to the student body. The editors were ably assisted by M"""' associate editors. a literary staff, a busi- ness staff, and a sports staff, composed of journalism class students and other interested writers. Oriole Life was published about once a month and featured news connected ' A f with school curriculum and cxtra-cur- l 9 1 7 A C0nfl'ibUl'0f ricular activities. 72 .T.C. . The Student Teacher Co-operative Commission functions as the governing body of LHS. Meetings held bi-Weekly feature discussion and legislation on many topics concerning the Welfare of the student body. A mayor presides over the commission which consists of a clerk. treasurer, pros- ecuting attorney, ,chief of police, four justices, three commissioners-at-large, a commissioner from each of the four classes. and the presidents of both Girls' League and Boys' Association in addi- tion to members of the faculty and ad- ministration. 1, till' N , l ,, .1 . iii'-H: ,:,"sfi.,i,i,,',i1l ll., ,i ' i t , it 112- ,llilw full., 5' J will i. ,li .ilw,' ,ui "",i',l'll'2"1: " 'l"'illJ'l, ,W lil ,1 :' ll 1: lla." 1' J ,li ,i ,3:,i,ili,,,. ,,,,j,R,i1, lr: ,L 1 X, ,,, ,kiwi M ll. il X, Y, l r., l,,,uni, il, Html-'-i"' i -,Ji il.. , 'Lil ,lil it-W5 ,ui--ll l i,:l'l,i',lt,l. illl. l 'll- ' v "Lili 1 'Cul ii l ll' lwilwl 1" l in ,til-,,, l.. ,ll-iq ,,l',,1,,l i, W , in Mi , dv, , ii W i,:',.,l,i ilili- i wt Mr. Hartman and Nancy Speer plan the next S.T.C.C. meeting, l Disbrow and City Drug Stores STCC, left to right, seated: Jean Nielsen, treasurer, Maurice Schoenberger com at large Nancy Speer, mayor, Dan Bernson, prosecuting attorney, first row, Carol Bresley soph com Mike GeBott, fresh. com.5 lva Frederick, Girls' League rep., Tom Strobel, Boys Association rep., Carolyn Schafer, justiceg Penny Nielsen, justice, Barbara Hill, justice, second row Bruce Doll, chief of police, Barbara Kukawka, sr. corn.g Pam Mulligan, com-at-large, Chuck Nelson com.-at-large, and Jan Moore, jr. com. Carolyn Schafer headed the committee, composed of Iva Frederick, Maurice Schoenberaer, Barbara Kukawka, and Pam Mulligan, which revised the L.H.S. Handbook l.. l-l. S. cone or :sri-iicsgj x. Dorf: let your parents down. They brought you z. Stop and think before you drink. 3, Ditch dirty thoughts fast, or they'll ditch you. 4. Show off driving is juvenile. Dan't act your age. 5. Ee smart, obey. You'll give orders yourself some days 6. Choose your friends carefully. You are what thcy ite.- 7. Choose a date fit for a mate. ' 8. Don't go steady unless you're ready. K 9. Co to church regularly. Cod gives you A week, Give Him back an hour. xo, .Live carefully. The soul you save may be your awn- Adopted by S,T,C.C., i956-57 Girls League officers, left to right, seated: Jan Moore, vice president, l va Frederick, president, Elaine Boals, secretary, Lorna Farley, treasurer, standing: Barbara Matson and Marty Rehbein, fresh. rep., June Johnson, soph. rep., Susan Hansen and Penny Nielson, ir. rep., DeLoris Andrews and Marty Tallefson, sr. rep., .lean Sutcliffe and Suzanne Butler, ways and means chairman. Boys' Association Boys' Association membership in- cludes all the boys in LHS. They elect officers in the beginning of the school year. The association has the leadership of Mr. Gordon Aho. The purpose of this organization is to promote better fellowship between the boys as well as to keep them well- informed on the job opportunities awaiting them after graduation. Every year the boys fix toys which are donated and give them to children of needy families at Christmas time. i,:,,l,,i- i:l,l"'ii,'1l's i, , ,wi,lil" 11. i ' i,,ii,,-, it .i 'lliililiiikiii i ,.,.. 1' it 1 w .i i,i-it' it Girls' League Girls' League is one of the largest and busiest LHS organizations. Under the supervision of Mrs. Dorothy Derkatz, the club brings together all the senior high girls for occasional meetings fea- turing teen-age problems. Once a year the girls also present a fashion show. The Mothers' Tea climaxes the year for the Girls' League. Here the girls' mothers attend the program as guests of honor, and the choice of the six all- around senior girls is announced. Boys Association officers, left to right, seated: Chris Roberts, vice-president, Tom Strobel, president, Howard McKay, secretary-treasurer, standing: Bill Anderson, sr. rep Larry Peterson, jr. rep., Greg Carmouche, sr. rep., Jim Sisko, soph rep., Van Tillotson, fresh rep., Torn Neal, ir. rep., Daryl Peterson, fresh. rep., and Bill Bennett, soph. rep. ' The Elite ShoPPe Nielsen's Shell Service Butler Funeral Home Lee's Friendly Services Moniters This helpful group of girls is known as L.H.S. monitors. The monitors check on student passes and do errands for the office and teachers. Visitors are also grateful for the helpful directions which the monitors give. First and seventh hour monitors pick up the absent slips for each class. The students and teachers should be very proud of this group of girls. 1.11111l1l111l111l1l1111111111111111111 1111111111111 111 11 1 111111.11111 1151 11 1 1 11'111111111i1l11111111111111111111111111111121111111111111111,111.,111.11H111111111,1111111111121111111 11111 11 11.1 11111111111111 11111111-11111111l1111,11,1 11 111f1111111 11 111 111 1.111 1-11 11 11111 111 11 "'i 1f11 1111111 1 1Ll111l1ll1'1111111111l 11111111111,1 11 1t11111.1111.11,1111 11111 1 1 1 111 , 1 111111 1111111111111-11111l1l1l1l'1111111111111ll-11111'1111111L111111:1111111111.11111111111111111 1131 1 1151 1 1 11111111111 1'1t 11.111.111111131g1111,11111111'11',11,.1111111,1t1111,11111,111 111111171 11-11, 1111131111111111111111111111111111111111-11f1- L11 11111 1111 11111:- t 11 1 1, 1 1 111 111111 1' 11 111-11111.11i11 1-li '11 111-11 -111111111111'1-111111111111t11 11 l11lig11i1li1lI'1l'11 11 1-1 iiliiii iiiiii1l1i il1iii1ii1i li ii i ii - W1,1,11.,11,1I1'111211111111 11112111 111111151 11111 1111, 111111-11111 11 11 11 1111?1Il1l111i111111,111111-11,11-1I11,11'1111111-1ll11l111t11"111g11'1111l,,1,1l111,I1 111.1 1 1 11 11l1l1111111111'l11111 11111111.'111111:111'1111111111 11111 'll 1 , 1111,11,,1111111'1111g1l1111i11111111111111111'1I.11,1 11 1111,1 1 11 1 l.111111l',11 1 1 111111111111l1111l11l11111,1,Q111 111111l11'l'11' 1 111111111,111,1131l111111111111,1L111111-1111111 1 1 M1 1i11il1l1ll 111111 Monitors, left to right, front row: Mary Ann Magnusen, Iva Frederick, Georgene Urban second row: Sharon Ashton, Sandra Baker, Lynn Overton, Jean Kopp, Laura Lee Smith, Pot Parsons, back row: Joan Berg, Sara Bourisseou, Phyllis Meisenheimer, Carol Wei-irlc, Sandro Arnson, Sharon Schmidt, and Carol Morse. Student Police, left to right, front row: Bruce Doll, chief of police, Karla Altrock, Michal Hack, Sondra Lange, Jim Tallefsong second row: Bruce Bice, Allen Johnson Milton Student Police The Student Police is the LHS law enforcing body. The police maintain law in and around the school. They may issue summons to students breaking laws of the school code set up by S.T.C.C. These students who re- ceive summons are sent to Student Court. Some of the offenses are loiter- ing, running, language, being a litter- bug and cutting in the lunch line. Girls were added to the force this year. This is one of the few times that Ludington has had girls on the force. Mr. Albert Johnson, director, and the police have done an excellent job in their service to the high school. l111lt11. 11 ,,,, S 1.,,,11 ' 1 11 111111141 1 , Gilbert, Luther Lessord, David Bartellg back row: David Finholrn, Gary Beebe, Bob Hartung, Terry Luxford, and Gordon Shepler. 1 11'1e't11M1i111 tt1f1l111l 11 1' 1t 1 1 51 11 11 1i11l11 1 1,,1111111iHtqg:-1 1l1 M 1111 l1111 l1111 1 l l11111111 11111311-1i1111111111111131 1,1t11 f 11111 11 111 11 1 1 1 1 ,t il 111 1 ftlw 11l1l111111111l ll11 1111111111111 1lll1li1l1'1,111 1 74 Hotel Stearns Rohn Insurance Student Court, left to right, seated: Barbara Crocker, clerk, Danny Bernson, prosecuting attorneyg Bruce Doll, chief of police, and Mr. Hartman, standing, Carolyn Schafer, Barbara Student Court Student Court, the judicial branch of the STCC, consists of a capable police force and court, both composed of rep- resentatives of the student body. Legal procedure begins with the issuance of a ticket which requires the offender to appear in court at the following session. There he is sworn in by clerk, Barbara Crocker, following the statement by prosecuting attorney, Dan Bernson. He then testifies before the justices, Barbara Hill, Penny Nielsen, Carolyn Schafer, Everett Taylor, and chief justice Mr. Hartman. In addition to providing a system of prosecution for offenders, the court initiates both defendants and of- ficials into the practice of a civic court. Hill, Everett Taylor, and Penny Nielsen, lUSllCe5- E ,t ,.,, ,.t. t 3 ,,,. , l get Q L Prosecuting Attorney, Dan Bernson, reviews charges. Barbara Crocker, clerk, swears in Teddy Thompson, Violator. Lunde G' Sheldon Clothing Co. Schohl Jewelry Co. Ackersville Hardware Co. Northern Fruit C0- Thespians Thespian Troupe 1158 is organized for students with theatrical interests in acting or backstage work. To become a member a student must earn ten points by participating in dramatic events. The club sponsor. Mr. Ray Cialinski, awards the points. Thespians present one major play each year, giving any student the chance to display his talents. This year's group presented a three-act all-school play with the assistance of Ludington Little Thea- ter. and assisted in presenting the senior play. Thespian officers, left to right: Milton Gilbert, treasurer, Rose Alice Winczewski, vice president, Nancy Bond, presidentg Carol Wehrle, secretaryg and Suzanne Butler, clerk. l 1 i i l 1 l Q ,lJI,,l i llilfili Xml W' li" lf l i l ,. ,,l, 1"', .lf lf lit',yy1'.:l,11',121,5'..:, il Jill, i gy: fry-11' l li i,,Ly'w11llpw1i :t:,,3:w1 li. ll 31"rQlllllll-lllell.lNll'.l'l'.il2l:il:lll w ill liilMlllilll:l1',12ll'l',llill T I N- ,l :lim g:"'l3ll Curtain Caller members, left to right, front row, DeLynn Laird, Judianne Summers, Barbara Genson, Nancy Jabrocki, Nancy Davis, second row, Joan Berg, Penny Benson, Jan Heemstra, Nancy Nelson, Susan Hanson, Judy Martindale, back row, Erv Hackert, Lana Schoenberger, Rose Alice Winczewski, Carol Wehrle, Jean Macklam, Linda Tallefson, and Charles Shue. Curtain callers Since activities necessary for earning Thespian points are often scarce, non- Thespians have formed the "Curtain Callers." This loosely organized group gives students wanting to join Thespians a chance to get together and sponsor dramatic activities to earn points. Curtain Callers is also open to any student who wants to participate in dramatic activities but does not have joining Thespians as a goal. A student may join the group by attending its meetings or one of the open Thespian meetings. Beebe's Service Station Acrw D,.iye,ln 76 E"9'e'5 Heflfing 5' PIU"'bl"9 sUPPIie5 Orgie's Coffee Shop Cr Restaurant 'Q' Jr. Classical League officers, left to right, seated, Sandy Anderson, vice-presidentg Tom Neal, president, Pat O'Connor, secretary, standing: Jan Whitman, sr. rep., Jim Hubbard, saph. rep.g John Jensen, sr. rep., Larry Peterson, jr. rep., and Judy Mars, fresh, rep. 'ff Dressed in their tunics, the slave boys at play are Ray Madsen, John Kinney, Jack Bengston, Ted Winkel, and Jim Coats. President Tom Neal addresses a group of smiling Junior Class- ical League members at a meeting in the cafeteria. Junior Classical League Many L.H.S. Latin students proudly display a new piece of jewelry this year, the official JCL. pin. Our local Latin Club having received its charter this fall. is now affiliated with the national and state organization known as the Junior Classical League. Any student currently enrolled in Latin or any student who has taken all available Latin courses is eligible for membership. Primarily, the League encourages understanding of the civilization, language. literature, and art of ancient Greece and Rome. Meetings are held in the evenings four or five times yearly. ' li'l'l ',. liiliilililll'lllllllllllll ,i , 1 lf i Niiii 'wii,Willllllillllllllll tim, , , ,1-i'1,7- -i,.' Iiriiiiii ill, ,,,Yi",, Ml "li lil" .ili L J. X, U x 'lifti- - ,Y uw SH 5 :a 5. o 3 ru 9.. J' l 4 ., 3- 1 m V' c X' :F V5 'O S 9 ... 3 3 'V' rn Q. a -9 -. :r -,r Q vs . annual Saturnalia, the Roman Christmas fes- tival, are Pom Sands, Gene Fisher, and Trixie Sisko. Harrington Tool Co. Personality Shgp Edmundson's Sport Shop Kinneiy's Standard Service 77 French Club Members of the French Club work toward understanding the French people through a study of their customs. art, and literature. They see films and pic- tures taken by people who have seen France. Largely a social organization, the club holds a banquet each spring and enters a float in each Homecoming parade. The 1958 float, an "Arc of Triumph," was the tallest in the parade. New French Club members must be students in a French class and must un- dergo a rigorous initiation. french Club officers, left to right, seated: Sharon Harley, vice-president, Marty Tallefson Pfesldenfi Ellen Gaward, secretary, Deloris Andrews, treasurer, standing: Diane Gray, ass't treasurer, and Carolyn Marsh, ass't. secretary. 3 Ah Paree, Paree ---- - ! We love Paris in the springtime, but we'Il settle for it on the map. M. J. Tallefson-Life Insurance 78 Benedict Auto Repair Caswell-Chadwick Memorials Palm Floor Covering -X X S we Library Club officers, left to right: Doreen Dennis, vice-president, Jan Heemstra, presi- dent, Wilma Anthony, secretary, and Sharon Stewart, treasurer. Librar Club The L.H.S. Library Club, a mem- ber of the Student Library Association of Michigan, promotes a better knowl- edge of library functions. Its members work in the school library one period each day. They learn to run the library by performing duties such as checking out books, shelving them, and mend- ing worn volumes. Each spring they assist in giving the library a complete overhaul. Librarians also learn haw libraries are organized and obtain exper- ience in using reference material. Miss Katherine Stanford. school li- brarian, sponsors the group. , SWF' iglli, 'tl ilM",'TWl:ll,jllllQllll'i"23llilgglQi'1liii1'..lilllxll 'mt-'iii-'11-Fx' '1wll'l'l'iiw ",l',"'il'il2ii1,i:1,"'l1ii'i "Will iilil ii I Y 1" "ill A it il' l' Hill" il tml i,'lll'lls" l",lllllllil li J' li intl it iz i' iiiiirii,ilima ' 1 il W' i ill, lit i 'isy iv1'.- iililm: it .1 i MSWQHQI 'llliilillLq,5ililll'l5lill'lllli llil'liliillll il ii .il5lIfl"l"'i f i it i will is W i . Y Carl Walters, librarian, points out interesting reading material to two sophomores. Janice Brown and Joan Collins use the card catalogue to find books. Dorrell Funeral Home Bonser's Super Market 79 Hi-C Providing Christian fellowship is one purpose of the Hi-C Club. Students from all denominations are welcome as members. Attendance is the only mem- bership requirement, and there are no dues. At the weekly Thursday meetings during one of the lunch hours, the mem- bers sing and discuss the Bible and prob- lems in religion and conduct. Guest speakers often visit the Hi-C, and movies are sometimes shown. The members work toward understanding the beliefs of all Christian sects and finding their places in God's world, Hi-C officers, left to right, seated: Barbara Rasmussen, secretary-treasurer, Carolyn Schafer, vice-president, Iva Frederick, president, John Jensen, chaplain, standing: Marcia Salander, fresh. rep., Cara Garcia, sophi rep.g and Ellen Goward, jr. rep.g Linda Houk leads the Hi-C members in a song. Schneiders Store For Men 80 Phillips "66" Pr0CllICfS Caplon's Dry Goods Ludington Auto Sales X --fr 'NP' rn s, 3. M ., ev r il , -. ."' .ai 'fred' ' if M? F , Future Teacher officers, left to right: Penny Benson, treasurer, Connie Rohrmoser, vice- pncsidenlg Suzann Peterson, president, and Darlene Christopherson, secretary. Cadet teachers Karen Brown engine to kindergarten pl-'DNS' 52? and Sallie Peterson explain the woes of the fire Future Teachers The Future Teachers of America is an organization encouraging the devel- opment of interest in the teaching pro- fcssion. One of the most valuable activities of this group is the program of cadet teach- ing in the Ludington public schools. Un- der this plan, members assume the re- sponsibility of teaching an elementary class for one hour. Thus the future teacher gains experience while deciding whether he should continue in the field of education. Future teachers often see educational films and make trips to various schools for observing classroom techniques. Nqq.. .. g ..,. .52 ..,. . . S ,. s ' i t u t u m sv l i s " '25 i i ,. if .ses ss, Vg ..,, ..s,,,.:t..s .,,.... i. aw, , X 3B'lQf',f. .. I pq, i ,ali 11. . 1 4 Q ,, 3 A 4 H 5, Ag Etltwswssr to V o ' X Mrs. Ray Gilbert explains kindergarten activities to ,. . - " .' t "uf" future teacher, Jean Nielsen. ' Motson's Frienidly Market City Motors Hansen's Dining Room Marvel Shop 81 Future Homemakers The Future Homemakers of America teaches girls more of the art of home- making and supplements class work. The local club is affiliated with the National Future Homemakers group. To be eligible for membership girls must be taking or have taken home economics. The home ec teachers, Mrs. James Dittmer and Miss Laura Antlc, sponsor the group. The FHA club this year sponsored a hayride and dance for the school. 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Future Farmer officers, left to right: Dick Husted. treasurer, David Stalter, vice-presi- dentg Duane Cooper, president, Ronald Martin, secretary, and Lyle Collins, reporter. 82 Keith Furniture Mottl Motor Sales Future Farmers Future Farmers of America started its first year at L.H.S. Boys studying vo- cational agriculture may become mem- bers. The club and subject is under thc National Vocational Education Act. F.F.A. is a non-profit. non-political and non-sectarian organization. The club tries to help leadership, building of farm buildings and a better under- standing of country life for each mem- ber. Duane Cooper is president of this new club. Mr. James Dittmer is the group advisor. 'is Future Nurses officers, left to right: Lorna Brown, reporter, Barbara Rasmussen, librar-4 ianj Suzann Peterson, vice-president, Sally Sutton, president, and Jerilynne Berger, treasurer. Future Nurses Girls interested in careers in the field of medicine often join the Future Nurses' Club. Future Nurses learn about various medical careers and visit at least one hos- pital each year. This year the girls in the club visited Butterworth and Mercy hospitals in Grand Rapids. Mrs. Kaye sponsors the Future Nurses Mrs. Albert Speer and Mrs, lngmar Barbo, both registered nurses, serve with Mrs. Kaye on an advisory board. Members who attend 75 per cent of the meetings receive Future Nurses' Club pins at the end of each year. Mr. Milo Wilson speaks to the Future Nurses about sanitation, a very important part of his work. Barbara Buffum and Sandra Ruschkewicz study "Hos- pital Careers." Daughert'y's Service Station gen Franklin Sfore Newberg's Shell Service Ferguson Electric 83 Y-Teens Y-Teens combine social- activities with many service projects. Each December they sponsor the formal Winter Whirl. Informative and entertaining programs are carefully planned for the meetings. All new members must undergo a rigor- ous informal initiation, and later take part in a formal candlelight ceremony. Y-Teens contributed money this year to the foreign exchange fund. The mem- bers collected food to send to a needy family at Thanksgiving. Miss Eldonna Fugere sponsors the Y-Teens. The club is affiliated with the national YWCA, rrrrirwrW,,rrrrr,..,,,r.,,,,.rr,.,,,,...,.,,,,,r,..,r.,..r,rr,,,W...M ,,N. m,,,.W,,,rrW Y-Teen officers, left to right: Marla McNutt, secretary, Paula Stahl, vice-president lliilillzlglillii llrllllii llliiiilllygilllleii:ilililiiii3liiiiifli3lsliillllill'li and Pam Mulligan, treasurer. mlm 'l ri gwilw r lil r W Widilixll tt i ll President, Barbara Crocker, hands Mr. Dean Parker the Y-Teens check for the Foreign Exchange Program. Eldonna Fugere, advisor to Y-Teens, recalls the Pin sale with Pam Mulligan. Lunde Cr Sheldon Clothing Co. 84 Northern Fruit Co. Atkinson Manufacturing Co. schohl Jewelry Co. .age-1 -5 ,- G.A.A. officers, left to right: Barbara Prior, paint secretaryg June Johnson, treasurierp Mary Vanden Heuvel, vice-presidentj Sally Horowski, secretaryg Joyce Laird, clerkg and Pat' Harley, clerk. G.A.A. The Girls' Athletic Association en- courages greater participation in sports among the girls of LHS. GAA sponsors several after-school intrafmural sports programs. These include volleyball. bas- ketball, and badminton. A summer soft- ball program is also scheduled. Through participation in these and other sports. such as swimming, skating. and bowling, the girls earn points to- ward the GAA emblem and "l.'s". Two hundred points earn an emblem, and 500 earn an "L", The GAA president seems to have everyone's undivided attention. lf." 5 , ,X il f K- 'F i Mary and Kathy give this poor initiate a good old- , 5 fashioned dunking. l . w 2 X ' if A 1 T Jiroch Candy 8' Tobacco Co. Hollicks Meats . A T If Johnson-McDonald Drug Store Ludington Plumbing Co. 85 Pep Club Pep Club contains students who rep- resent the school spirit at sports events. This organization began in 1956. It has made much effort to intensify school spirit and good sportsmanship at LHS. Pep Club has sponsored sending stu- dent busses to out-of-town games so that the team can have a large cheering section, They erect huge signs in the halls to encourage the teams. Pep Club often makes money by running the con- cession stand for track meets. ll ll l Ml ll! ll' 'llllli lalfflf lr F fflllllllflflf T cl l' i . ll l 5l5l5Lll nl5lllll, fl.i.l5illl l l ,l l lmlrl, gil' 15 .nl ,uni ll ll " 'W-'11i,::l 1: lv" ll ll l,,l l lil. I1 Pep Club officers, left to right: Marlo McNutt, secretory, Jon Jensen, vice-president Ron Gorzynski, president, ond Dorlene Christopherson, treasurer. Varsity Club officers, left to right: Tom Show, vice-president, John Goines, president, and Jon Jensen, secretory-treasurer. arsity Club Varsity Club consists of members who have earned letters in major sports in high school as players or managers. This club was newly organized in 1948 and has grown steadily in importance. Each year the members attend a major sports event. Mr. Harold Madden spon- sors the club. The Varsity Club sponsored the "wall of fame" at the Howard Hawley gymnasium. Pictures of LHS athletes who have made All-State teams or re- ceived other major sports honors are placed on the wall. Good Houskeeping Superior Dry Cleaners Robert Show-General Contractor Woodworth's Gulf Service Hi Sports Greg Carmouche Star Watch Case Jeff Gebott Howard McKay Roger Pederson Tom Strabel Bill Bennett Bull Lemcke Jackson Vibrators Inc ., Jed Larson "ska Ok Dan Bernson Q -in 'J A '23,-Y as I 4 A .ig x 1 ' Q -ed 51 S5923 .,, . is G 1 7 .1 , . 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E ,, , P ,Sq y 1-an .- Q C WZQF5 f?47e42e1 4 .E 'Qi' , s2,s.4e ge -e -i BS 30 3 5 ' +A 6 vas, yang Q tj 4, Ev E' iv 51 ME Lu Kneeling: Bob Kunsky and Jerry Schnider. First row: Howard Carr, Emery Ames, Bob Lyewski, Jerry Wilson, Jon Ferguson, Jim Walunas, Dick Strobel, Roy Hackert, Carl Popham, Don Mielke, Lyle Griffiths. Second row: Coach Dean Parker, Alvin Finholm, Jack Bengston, Dan Yennior, Dick Sniegowski, Van Tillotson, Dick Han- sen, Mike lrvin, Ron Bigsby, Dick Harris, Tam Van Nortwick, Gary Christopherscn, and Coach Joe Kowatch. Third row: Manager Jim Wallace, Duane Olmstead, Gury Filer, Tom Plank, Emanuel Karosas, Mike Gebatt, Jim Beck- strom, Doug Hendrickson, Tom Horowski, Daryl Petersen, Sherwood Shepler, Larry Briggance, and Manager Dave Tondu. "m"UMsmQ, K ' -f W , 'K ' fv- f . . l f' u 'Ik QM 51. ' K WY 35, U A ui N If ' John Games ' J-ff is Q wa is VX X , X U E Naam X X , N Qf Y ,, ' N A f1,... Joe Bergoila A ,P if ,A!""P' 3' .- .,, se ,fu ,L W rx, 1 Radio Station WKLA H f Er X ,WXJ W, X X if M1 X x W , w .nm M X -gy Wy M N-N M.4L.,W. ,, ,, ww ,Y . . M ,Mm -'QW W, Q1 - N ,M NM- ' s 1 'I J Straits Steel t7 Wire Co. Rye Funeral Home x ' Q 'QR QBRFF 'QW f' F, bs 'ily Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. Snaps Wieman-Evans 0bel's Furniture Western Union Ti"Y Towne Kneeling-Ted Parkinson, Karl Anderson, Bruce Bennett, Bob Bazzett, Ron Newberg, Bill Lemcke, Dave Ostrander. Standing-Coach Joe Kowotch, Dale Kelly, Sam Swanson, Chris Roberts, Jerome Lemire, Harry Volkers, Jim Lemire, Joe Bergoila, John Gaine Dan Bernson, Assistant Coach Ray Galinski. From left to right: Manager Ron Bixby, John Rees, Dick Johnson, Ed Tyler, Roger Pederson, Mike Gebott, Van Tillotson, Tom Horowski, Don Cling Bill Bennett, Dick Doty, Dick Strobel, Jim Sisko, Don Mielke and Coach Dan Evans. gi os's y S li W' l ll ' 1 s Q Lakedde PHnHng Co. e X X w- - ,gene Wwe-.vyfxgt Ngw-351 X i if Q? Aiinfiis ., - M ee 5 Y' Q 4 A ,- V ,, Wg, ' The Tennis Kneeling: Tom Strabel, John Gaines, Dick Demlow, Bruce 0'Connor, Tom Gaines. Second row: Coach Gordon Aho, Dave Hall, Jerry Weineirt, Dick Strabel, Gary Jensen, Bill Anderson, Greg Carmouche. Third row: Dave Gibbs, Fred Nelson, Neil Williams, John Rees, Mike King, Mike Foutch. . kiwi? Q. as , , V A Bi l Golf Team ki Team Standing: Coach Ed Woollett, Tom Neal, John Davis, Warren Bob Molson' NUMY KUPPI Dcwe Hall, "'5f'Ufl'0' J'-'mes Lulhef- Marsh. i J A E s -H 'W' , Howell Wire Pl'0dUCfS Ludinglfon Rqdig Shgp fi' 91 l Left to right: Tom Gaines, Jean Kopp, Larry Rohr, Jan Roberts, if . ws f.-Q-,1p.,-...wg . meg-we T -N.. Dec. Dec Dec Dec Dec .lan Jan Jan Jan Jan. Fcb. Intramural l From left to right: Roger Fredricks, score-keeper, Jim Tallefson, Dave YViCke"Yf Gale Altschwager, Dwight Roberts, George Foster. Absent from picture, Chris Wald- helm. Varsity Basketball Scores l53l Hart l49l Feb l74l at Fremont 159l Mt. Pleasant l43l Feb 150B qf Cadillac 162l North Muskegon l60l overtime Feb 15ll Vg Whitehall l67l B59 R0PidS 1385 Feb l68l vs Alma l48l M0NlSf99 l55l Feb l53l al' Grand Haven l72l T. C. Sf. Francis l59l DT 1641 Mqnistee 151 l Cadillac l46l DT 1563 Cqdillqc l65l Alma l46l RT l69l Big Rapids Mf. PIGGSUIIY RT Pincgnning 1791 Bis Rapids 1409 QF 1331 Sault see. Mara l46l Manistee l7ll - 3 A 1 0 l48l 1631 l50l l64l l56l l37l l6ll l55l l58l 15ll J ln Back row: Manager, Mr. Wright, Bill Lemcke, Ted Parkinson, Fritz Thompson, Harry Volkers, Mick VandenHeuveI, Rich Johnson, Dale Peterson. Front row: Roger Boals, Bill Bennett, Ron Fredericks, Don Mielke, Gary Grams, Manager, Van Parkinson. T ..aa Sears Towns Trucking Co. gm as Varsity cheerleaders, left to right: Rita Lilleberg, Elaine Boals, Mary Vandenl-leuvel, captain Barbara Hill, and Jenny Schrink. Cheerleaders r,-' 2 m ..- Reserve cheerleaders, back row: Barbara Matson, Jan Roberts, Mascot Johnny Brown Jean Macklam. Middle: captain Lorraine Berger, Front: Judi Summers. 104 Ludington Daily News gun E 'Llzif HiT Activitie N450 Queen' Jean if Barbara Hill Priscilla Hamilton Lorna Farley Y Barbara Kukawka all Sandra Lange Inge-Lore Wand i.. , W, t fra' A it , V ? A bi l . ,rlfll Royalty reigns at the Homecoming dance in Oriole Holl. Enthroned Queen Jean is surrounded by her attendants: Shanna f h b of t e and Randy Edwardson, pages: Randy Beard and Todd Reed, and her escort John Gaines. Escorts o t e mem ers court were John Jensen, Everett Taylor, ' Paul Crocker, Maurice Schoenberger, Christian Waldhelm, and Ronald Cloutier. r L4 x 5 X . X "W""'0wnepuQ.,,, But we're happy-- gn Even Wifhguf our Oh is it Coldl Wfftpsf Homecoming l958 h i g h l i g hte d A'Royalty at Court." A snake dance and pep rally initiated the two day celebration. Queen .lean Nielsen led a colorful parade down Ludington avenue. The Coronation took place prior to the lsudington Petosky game. Beautifully decorated Oriole Hall was the scene of the Royal Ball. The lovely Queen and her court were introduced a nd interviewed by Mr. Harry Edwardsen, ...tx Goulef's Studi!! Queen Jean and attendants anxiously await the crowning ceremony. 108 Barbara Crocker, president of Y-Teens, and Robert Kotecki lead the grand march followed by one hun- dred tifty happy couples. I 1 Christine Pedersen, Roger Pederson, Barbara Witte, and Joe Bergaila captured under "streamy skies." The Music Shoppe Jimmy i .n ' .i V4 I I . 1 .. 1 H , , What is so rare as ' punch at a dance agree Sugqn Hanson and Gary Kuhlman, Winter Whirl Oriole Hall became a "Pink Heaven" for the Winter Vtlhirl on December 27, l958. Low-swirling pinlf and white crepe paper formed a, false ceiling of "clouds" while Bob Harley's orchestra played dreamy tunes among more "clouds" on the stage. A tall, frosty Christmas tree dominated the center of the dance floor. 's Flowers Nancy Speer delivering the speech that won her the office of mayor, .T.C.C. Election Election fever runs high at LHS in the spring as students elect the officers for the next year's student commission. The candidates supported by two parties vie for positions, although sometimes a third party appears in the race. All stu- dents must register two weeks previous to the election, held the first week in May. Presentation of candidates is made by party leaders at the election assembly. At this time, the candidates for mayor give speeches stating their objectives in being elected mayor. The whole elec- tion process at LHS follows the general pattern of a city election and provides a chance for students to take part in an election. Cindy Nason, Gary Hackett and "pooch" Spllffed I 5. election fever, 110 e Juwon lMl,l.i.T ,Jr p i smniam' 'mxtiinaii C0-OP COMMISSION i:l.liK ill N , Plhlllf zu X in imm .ii isniiliilsit 'fm may xi it 4 umgl-x mln in ylatme an x in the tmle umhfixvxtli dit muy ruin: Bruce Doll demonstrates how he -climbed to the office of chiefeof-police. H1130 Parr! 7.."I'.T'... its-1-1'!"' X33 Ainwsw , Stk? 'UNCUBIUD L mana r mug-in .ilkulslhlln g nm :ga-Q-an QRRFQUY 1.f31f4!!9!!" e ww igne- 'FF fem I imtrpx-adam Pinus Pluwvsiixw I i O Xu tame sim. iialvlm U Hmm ia!-fri O mms WNW, f 1 x., r ,cat iz. 'emu as ci' . . 'IK hilt! if ig.,,t..r, . IAYOLXS ...,... , at lim 'x Uifkwlmffik li N! mm Hui, EKU!! 0 axon Nh to my .t., ,,. me-mmm: n in-we time sit is fm rw swf.-a wovwnunnmwquu www 1.- -:W W K agp ups x 1 than , f e A ., .- ws 2 :Y M J. ..., .. .:,.: 1. .2 K. 'J . 3 .zz 5. 1 ....,.'.. 1 .,.,.. 3 K S5 X U new 5 1 Election day was serious business at LH S Gleason's Studio Dovid J. Thomas, Jr. of Hillsdale College introduces the section con- cerned with Juvenile Problems, Dan R. Rothsock, Mayor of Luding- ton, addresses the student body in an introduction speech. The Health and Institutions section and the Low Enforcement Section Owoif the probing questicms of Mr. Clayton Tarr, Mason Co, Juvenile Agent, ponders o question posed the Seniors, by one of the students. Seniors crowded around the reception toble to receive their identifi- Cofion tags. Government Day Every spring, on Senior Government Day, all the seniors of Mason County meet with state and local government officials to discuss many governmental problems. Questions concerning legisla- tion, taxation. the judiciary, law en- forcement, juvenile problems, political parties and elections, health, education, conservation and agriculture. roads and highways, and other topics are directed by the students to the government offi- cials. Senior Government Day provides an excellent opportunity for young people to meet their government and to Work with them in solving problems. Schoenberger's Market-Scottville 112 Thespian Play "The Little Dog Laughed" to see such sport-and so did the audience. The Thespians three-act comedy cen- tered around a girl who applied the psychology she learned in college to her family and friends. The confusion she caused became worse when they fought back with the same psychology. Sheila Clough and Paul Masse, Lud- ington Little Theater members, were di- rector and production manager respec- tively. Mr. Galinski, Thespian sponsor, was the assistant director. Clark Bond worked as stage manager and Milton Gilbert as publicity chairman. . .,....... N 'il1i1'f'l"i13f'i'. Wil Lil'-ill l1.ll.'.1 "." Milli' 11 "1t1l1l'1l.11 ll i .ll 1' . ' 1 1 .1fiiz11.l. 1. 'l111,11 .1 ., 11111 1 ...i 1 .. .1 111111 "1 111.191 '..1'1'.11:l' .. 1. 1 .1 .1 1 lll ll 1311 ly. ll 1Y.111'Ui1 .l'll,l131l,11 1. .1 11.-1 .1 1. .1 . ll . . "1 '11, .. 1.1111 .1'l1,11',' . . 1 "'1lll11l1iij...ll,.1': ' "li ll1.ll1- i A long and bitter feud between Ted Wood and his rival, finally erupts into a fight with a paintbrush. Tired of the years of conflict, their wives try to stop them. Standing, left to right: Carolyn Schafer, prompterg Sandra Ruschkewicz, Carol Wehrle, Mari Lee Shira, Mary Vandenl-leuvel, Pat. O'Connor, and Joan Berg. Seated, left to right: Ted Thompson, sound, Jack Gallie, Nancy Bond, Pat Ingersoll, Penny Benson, Suzanne Butler, Jim Keson, and Clark Bond, stage manager. Not shown are Jim Stewart, Vernon Keiser, and Jerry Weinert. Sid Huntington and his daughter Laurie, as she reproaches him for dropping her valuable equipment." Johnson Supreme Stage crew members, Ted Thompson and Clark Bond, work frantically at this preliminary rehearsal. Mother indicates her idea of the Still in costume, the entire cast of "Why Mothers Grow Gray" assembles for the grand finale. Singing "Moments to Remember," the girls wind up weeks of hard work and rushing and an hour of stage fright. After this they will goin their mothers for some welcome refreshments. i 1 I - E 'T Well-relaxed, this family appears unaware that the oldest daughter is frantically prepar- ing for her "first date." Career girls Sharon Ashton, Nancy Nelson, Anita Smith, Laura Lee Smith, and Jan Heem- stra recall these incidents from their teen years. perfect party frock for daughter on the "first shopping expedition." Mothers' Tea Theme of the 1958 Girls'-League-sponsored lVlother's Tea was "Why Mothers Grow Gray." Freshmen, sophomores. juniors, and seniors wrote and acted out skits depicting events in the life of a teen-age girl causing premature parental aging. Mrs. Derkatz, dean of girls, at this time named the six all around senior girls including Jill Bengston, Sue Godin, Gayle Griffiths, Char- lotte Johnson, I-Xlane Plohr, and Janet Voss. Selection was made by self-analysis and teacher's vote. Lewis Drug Store Mari-Le Shop Party Line Delicatessen Neimers Beauty Shop Prom l958 After weeks of tears and toil. the juniors presented the 1958 Prom. They transformed the Stearns Hotel dining room into a make-believe Hawaii with draped fishing nets. shells, sand, and palm trees. A grass-skirted hula dancer wove a spell with her hands during the intermission. Weary feet find welcome rest at the refreshment tables. The dancers refresh themselves with exotic fruit punch, fruit hors d'oeuvres, and cookies That long line must have seemed far longer before it passed the punch bowls JOGH Berg, Carol wehfie, sandra Ruschkewlcz, and Martha Herrick pose between stints at the refreshment table. Martha Herrick and Priscilla Hamilton, back, Mary Nyuli, Carol Wehrle, Martha Tallefson, and Linda Lyon, front, make . i iff, W, I palm trees from crepe paper and linoleum rolls. M " ' i t 114 WH xg 'L Holmes Studio and Camera Shop Attendant Jim Arnold and Hula dancer Carol Malstrom stop for a ' ' 'd ' f their , A , Charles Bird and his orchestra prov: e music rom Smile Under O fisherman S net. "little grass hut" on the band stand. Fish nets and Starfish add a south seas atmosphere to the dreamy tunes. 31' Mi if-M' A Mary Alice Diesel and Bruce Bice enjoy a few minutes of restful con- versation. yi. w i Barbara Gustafson and Volker Ueth admire the miniature lagoon under Y the palm trees in the lobby. ik-Ni . ..,. t 'i fix wi kis Kay Mulligan and Jim Miller stop to admire th i s lovely creation of Hawaii. Mulligan's News Jonlan Hardware Co. VogeI's Shoe Store ShiIlinger's Office Supplies 115 Memories Are Made Cf This Fun-Filled School Hours ..... l l , .4- LWMW""'h----X.. W, ,. 3 li .nav-7' :fb -Jr ' 'l W 5 I. Demonstration speeches brought out the hidden talents of Ron Gorzynski and Jack Gebott. 1 .- Litia Namoura gave a very enjoy able assembly program. Wt.. 1 Minis agile inirfjqfslhe Our spirited Pep Band in disguise for the big "Chip" game. Cherry pie contest winners--Karen Brown, Carla Olson, 116 Donna Madsen and Carol Liebetreu. The "Big" Events . X 5 . s N k King Charles and Queen Pam reigned over Valentine Dance fes- tivities with the court composed of Penny Nielsen and Tom Neal, jrs.g Tum . . Tum . . Tum . . ding l? Linda Tallefson and Dick Strobel, soph.g and Judy Mars and Gary -' Here Ore YOU' OUVWOUVTCGVWGHTS- Haner, fresh. .4 lmtgii -"l wish my head would shrink," moans Laura Lee Smith, being measured for her cap. Junior boys seek experienced help in planning their Can this be our John Gaines? future on Career Day. 117 Unguarded Antics ..... Stihl? Eldonna, please spare us the woe of those heartbreaking tests. ff!! 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