Montpelier High School - Idamont Yearbook (Montpelier, ID)

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Saying, "Man can triumph if he must-triumph if he must." Lest that effort go by in vain Renew their courage once again Make our mark and turn our wheel Defend our heritage with strength of steel. Let our tracks always remain-always remain. SQA QD Cowrew-rs ICRTION ACTIVITIES Nnsrnnrlom SPOPTS ses HDUQPTISING- ANazFlTaoN.9 INDGX ......-f 3 The pioneers, our grandparents and great-grandparents, settled this area of the West many years ago. Since that time, it has been you, our parents, who have furthered the development of our valley. In so doing, you guided us in our childhood and school education. Because we appreciate your guidance, this, our 1960 Idamont, is dedicated to you, our parents. Symbolic of the pioneer era is the whip of the Wagon Master. lt represented authority, strength of character, and the trust of a traveller in the guiding ability of a fellowman. Today, a century later, our generation is travelling. We are seekers, and we have put our trust for guidance and direction in our faculty and administration. They did not fail us. What we do with our chosen symbol, the diploma, will determine if we have failed them. Z ,4- ,I trfl' .1 A-RN'N ,l xx l ,ff xx ,f , N -I s I e ff DNINISTRQTION HND FF-neon-5 1-f.:t':i . N' - Harold Phillips Worthy objectives are essential to progress-and an absolute necessity for true happiness. It is my wish that all students set up objectives or goals that contribute to the improvement of society and self. Objectives that will preserve the American way of life: that will lead to a burning desire to learn and seek for truth: that will lead to appreciation and pride in the liberties we enjoyg that will lead to an understanding of the American concept upon which this country was founded. Preservation of the essential dignity of man under Cod and the Law. Like the track of the wagon train that has been embossed in the historical development of our nation, let your mark of achievement be deep and worthwhile. arf' is P R I N C I P A L V' , W . t xl, ., 'f 'ix lv., S Milli' U P E R l N T E N D E N T A. J. Winters 1960 Seniors of Montpelier High School: With your graduation this year the roster of lVl.H.S. Alumni will total 2371, beginning with the first graduating class in 1910 with two graduates. You thus become a part of a good sized intellectual army of which your Alma Mater is justly proud. Very many in these ranks have reached enviable distinction in various fields of post-high school life. We challenge you to become a creditable segment, individually and as a class, in this growing and self-selecting group. There is always room at the topl SCHOOL BOARD -my M Left to right: Bob Johnson, Sivel Nielson, Amos Hulme, Superintendent A. J. Winters, Marriner Jensen, and Lloyd Sleight. Often cussed and discussed, yet loyal in their efforts for better schools in Bear Lake County, these men have burned the midnight candles many times in our behalf. 6 ruff' 'lb' pil' lllhml Vice President President Secretary G 60. The 1959-1960 school year has been- one of the best in the history of lVl.H.S. We feel this success can be attributed to the spirit and cooperation that you as a student body have shown. lVlay this spirit continue throughout our lives. We as student body officers extend our thanks for the opportunity we have of serving you. STUDENT BODY OFFICERS STUDENT COUNCIL Left to right: Put Bagley, Sue Walton, Janet Colliprifist, Brent Kunz, ,lim Rich, Terry Bateman. Hal Arnell, Gene Widmer, Guy Arne-ll. Carlos Smith, Spencer Rigby. Standing: Advisors Wesley linker and A. M. Rich DARWIN HAYES LOUISE ADAMS English 3, 4 English 1g Speech 'Ti .gg if RUBY HAYES LEWIS MUNK English 2 English 4-g Spanish 1, 2 "il" vi , A, GLEN SHERMAN Gwmetryg Physics Izywwwm. 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Q 'n ,Mn i r 'J I 1 'B -e.,,,..:r'g:D The slate and writing tool are representative of learning in the past. With these simple tools the children still learned. Today, our means for educating are varied and often they are expensive. But, they serve their purpose-they bring us to a greater height of learning. Whether a beginning fresh- man, struggling sophomore, yearning junior, or satisfied senior we must push on with pioneering spirit. ,147 Success came readily through the combined ef- forts of all the Senior Class members, and their advisors. Led by ,lim Rich, president, Gordon Keetch, veep, and Terrell Skinner, secretary, the class was off to a good start. Mrs. Christine Mich- aelson and lVlr. A. M. Rich were the advisors who led the class to score victories in all that they did. The Senior Class Assembly was voted by popular majority lverball the best ever put on. The Seniors of 1960 will leave the hallowed port- als of lVl.H.S. and take with them many wonderful and happy memories. Never again, after high school graduation, will these few young adults have with them the living, glowing memories of the past four years. The assignments, parties, dances, Senior trips, and collection of money leave many things to the underclassmen to desire. Some of our out- standing events in the four years we were at lVI.H.S.: we went to Lagoon, the only class to do this, and also have the reputation of starting the Sophomore Hop. Our best wishes to the class of 1960 and we give our sincere desire in hoping that the future will hold the happiness of the past four years. Barbara Aland lVlarvin Alleman Richard Anthony Hal Arnell Allen Bagley James Aland Gloria Allred ., :Quik 1 W, ,.xw,.,g , . 1 Q ff A, K ...K HI.. 1 '55 Q , W ,M F 5 ff ,M jQ-'g-iw-als , ,. ,,,M1.,X. f-I-:uw-V-3 'fm 'Za ip: nj ww .- f ,K M lamb Q25 Y JE! wg w 3? 5?ZTf?QQ' Jijvbr, Q .,,1w M. R 5 w gg A B AL the traditional burning of the HM" Carol Leigh Whitman, Jack Evans, and Linda Bart- lonu' light thu first mzitcll. Peggy Foster Ronnie Glen Robert Este-rholdt javk Evans Robert Galloway Orrin Cvorgc Barbara Crunig Shvldmi Hansvn igr r, . My ,Y ...,Au-w ....1.............L.. 'iisddxit' Karon Hayes Clay Homer Martin Hymas Marian jaussi Berniece Jensen Bill Jenson Conlon KH-tcll Dal? King I Carrie Kunz , , . ,M L. l,,.M,a , Ll , , , ,..,W.L.Y 4....-........l , I - .A --W--J..- -1 '3lhnuq Wav- k Karen Larsen Colleen Long L0Ufi6Il Ludwig! james lVlcCamm0n Skip lVlodula ROIJGFI Nate Diane Nelson Judy Nicholiasen Belva Nield not - John Nif-ld Judy ijill'kf'I' Before tht- presentation of the Senior As- scmhly. ,lim Rich hands Assembly Committee- nn-n Shvldon Hansen and Richard Anthony at gift of appreciation. Sandra Oehrlein Jerry Peterson Berrey Parker Dixie Peterson Marclvn Phi-Ips Slvvc' Pllglllifff James Rich Nolan Phillips Jimmiv Prim' Jufly RHSINUSS-PII Industrious students working on decorations for the Senior Ball are: Skip Modula, Roberta Bagley, Gladys Clark, Patricia Bagley, Louise Erramouspc, Linda Bartlomc, Pvggy Foster, Judy Parker. Dixie Swa, Clay Homer and Rossclin Ritter. A "i1Q5' ,VL!if , a f 4071: f -f .1555 . 1.15. VA, ,, F, 5- 'ag 1759 . .. u ffr ' ,' , 'Q 'Y Ruger Sparks Carol Ann Stoddard Sandra Stoddard Andy Stoffa Ray Stucki Rulon Stucki Dixie Swa Kay Teuscher Cheryl Toomer .310 H--r 'Q IP' Guy Rigby l,zu'ry Rigby Sp:-rw-r Hlglmy Hussvlin Killa-1' Cvorgv Shvpherfl 'Iwt'l'I't'H Skinm-r Carlos Smith I"rzu1kic SUIPIISUII W1lI'I't'Il S1ll'Q'llSHIl uri 'X .X Eg llillll Wall ,fr XX laml l1l"ll l .muy XY ill-me vnlim- Lulri xvilllull l,r-cl by an all malv Qflbllll this often "m'er1sm'ml" 4-lass rmule- an illllflilllfllllgl slmwing during llwir final War at Nl.ll.S. Ffiblll Ille- Svnlnrs fxSSPIIlllly In the-ir 54-niur Hall 1'Vt'I'fllllllg xlum' lay lllvm prcwwl to lw il ll'l'Illf'IlKlUllS Slll'1't'SS. 'hilmun l1I'lllllw'll1llllI'l' llunnzl Wlilurx Mzlric' Wlilvnx Hmlrwy Wloucl '74, On the 31st of October, the students of Montpelier High were saddened by the tragic death of their classmate, Larry Dayton. On the 30th, Larry and a group of kids were driving about 2 miles east of Montpelier on highway 89. The car wrecked, seriously injuring the occupants. The following morning Larry died. A memorial in remembrance of Larry was presented by the school in a Student Body Assembly. Larry was friendly to all. Those who were closest to him remember his love for hunting and the out-of-doors, as well as his interest in cars. ' Wann 5 Seated: Dianne Dalrymple, Louise Crane, Ann Kunz, Gladys Clark, Patricia Bagley, Louise Erramouspe, Marion Jaussi, and Sheryl Dunn. Standing: Carol Leigh Whitman, Berry Parker, Gordon Keetch, Hal Arnell, Nolan Phillips, Dale King, Wayne Tufts and James Adams. 29 BARBARA ALAND: Pep Club 4: Cheerleader 3. 4: Homecoming Queen 4: Pep'Club Vive President 4: Pepettes 2. 3. 4: Band 1, 2, 3. 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Semmarv 1. 2. 3: Seminary Reporter 3: School Play 2: Pep Band 2. JAMES ALAND: Seminary 1, 3: Speech 3: Football 3, 4: Letterman's Club 4: Chorus 2. MARVIN ALLEMAN: Seminary I, 2, 3, 4. GLORIA ALLRED: F.H.A. 1: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 4: Speech 4. RICHARD ANTHONY: Basketball 1, 2, 4: Football 1, 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3: As- sembly Committeeman 4: Letterman's Club 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Speech 4. HAL ARNELL: Basketball 1, 2: Track 3, 4: Class President 1: Student Council Representative 4: Idamont 3, 4: School Photographer 4: Letterman's Club 3, 4: Band 2, 3, 4: Chorus 3, 4: Photo Club 3, 4: Grizzly 2, 4: Baseball 1: National Honor Society 4. ALLEN BAGLEY: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4:3 Letterman's Club 4: Seminary I. 2, 3. PATRICIA BAGLEY: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Band 1. 2, 3, 4: School Play 2: Pepettes 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 3. 4: Board of Approval 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3. 4: Cheerleader 3. 4: Student Body Secretary 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Idamont 2, 3: Idamont Business Manager 3. ROBERTA BAGLEY: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. Historian 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. LINDA BARTLOME: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Photo Club 2: Pepettes 2, 3, 4: Drillmaster 4: Pep Club 3. 4: Pep Club Secretary 3: Board of Approval 4: Speech 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Industrial Arts Club 2: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Idamont 4: School Play 4: Alumni Secretary. JUDY ANNE BARTSCHI: Pep Club 3, 4: Pep Club President 4: F.H.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 3, 4: Idamont 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3. MARLIN BARTSCHI: F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4: Archery Club 2. GLENN BUNDERSON: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Speech 4. GLADYS CLARK: Choir Accompanist 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: National Honor So- ciety 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Seminary Secretary 3: Class Secretary 2: Student Council Representative 3: Grizzly 2. 3. 4, News Editor 3, Editor 4: Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Homecoming Queen Attendant 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. Parliamentarian 2, 3, 4: Awards Committee 3: Building and Grounds Committee 3. LOUISE CRANE: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 3, 4: F.H.A. 1: Idamont 4: Chorus I, 3: National Honor Society 4. WINSTON CROSSLEY: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4. DIANE DALRYMPLE: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2: F.H.A. 1, 2: School Play 2: Pepettes 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Grizzly 3, 4: Grizzly Business Manager: Photo Club 2, 3, 4: Photo Club President 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Youth Legislature 3. DALE DUNN: Chorus 2: Industrial Arts Club 2: Seminary 1, 2, 3. SHERYL DUNN: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 2, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: National Honor Society 4: Grizzly 4. SHIRLEY DUNN: Seminary 1, 2, 3, 4. SANDRA ERHART: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3: Pep Band 2: Girls' Glee 1. LOUISE ERRAMOUSPE: School Play 1: Girls' Glee 1: Pepettes 2, 3, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: F .H.A. 1, 2: Photo Club 2, 3, 4: Photo Club Vice President 3: Photo Club Supply Manager 4: Idamont 1, 2, 3, 4: Grizzly 4, News Editor 4: Cheerleader 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Youth Legislature 3: Lette1:man's Dream Girl 4: Spanish 2, 3. ROBERT ESTERHOLDT: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. Officer 3. JACK EVANS: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 2: Track 1, 3, 4: School Play 1, 2, 4: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Letterman's Club 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Speech 3: Archery Club 2. ORRIN GEORGE: Football 2. 3, 4: Track 2. 3. 4: Chorus 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Speech 4: Letterman's Club 3, 4: School Play 4: F.F.A. 1. RONNIE GLENN: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Letterman's Club 3, 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3. BARBARA GRUNIG. SHELDON HANSEN: Band 1. 2: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Assembly Committeeman 4: Sem- inary 1, 2, 3: Basketball 1: Football 1. GLAY HOMER: Football 1, 2, 3. 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2: Class Athletic Manager 1, 2, 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Letterman's Club 3, 4: Letterman's Club President 4: Idamont 3, 4: Chorus 4. MARIAN JAUSSI: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Band 1, 2. 3, 4: Chorus 2: Pep Club 3: Pep- ettes 3, 4: Speech 4: School Play 2, 3: National Honor Society 3, 4. BERNIECE JENSEN: F.H.A. 1: Pep Club 3: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Industrial Arts Club 2: Chorus 4. BILL JENSON: Seminary 1, 2, 3: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. Sentinel 3: F.F.A. Secre- tary 4: State Farmer 4. GORDON KEETCH: Seminary 1, 2, 3: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. President 4: F.F.A. District Vice President 4: F.F.A. Treasurer 3: State Farmer 3: Youth Legislature 3: Class Vice President 4: Planning Committee 4: National Honor Society 4. RANDALL KEETCH: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3, 4. DALE KING: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Chorus 3: School Play 3: Finance Committee 3, 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Grizzly 4: Grizzly Feature Editor 4: Idamont 3, 4. CARRIE KUNZ: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. 1, 2. KAREN LARSEN: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. Reporter 3: F.H.A. President 4: Pep Club 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3. COLLEEN LONG: Pep Club 3: Pepettes 4: Chorus 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3. LOURIEN LUDWIG: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Pepettes 3, 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3: F.H.A. 4: Homecoming Queen Attendant 3: F.F.A. Sweetheart Attendant 4. JAMES MCCAMMON: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. Vice President 3: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Archery Club 2. SKIP MODULA: Photo Club 3: Chorus 4. ROBERT NATE: Football 2, 3: Track 2, 3, 4: Seminary 4: Band 1, 2: F.F.A. 1, 2: Chorus 4. DIANE NELSON: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Chorus 1, 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Board of Approval 4: Pepettes 3, 4: Photo Club 2: Industrial Arts Club 2: F.H.A. 2: Grizzly 4. JUDY NICKOLAISEN: Seminary 1, 2, 3. BELVA NIELD: F.H.A. 1: Pep Club 3, 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee 1. JOHN NIELD: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Letterman's Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 3: Football 1, 3, 4: Chorus 4: School Play 4: Speech 4. JUDY PARKER: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Pepettes 4: F.H.A. 1: Grizzly 4. ROSS BERREY PARKER: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2, 4: Idamont 4: Grizzly 4: Speech 4: School Play 1, 2, 3, 4: Alumni President: Photo Club 4. KAREN PERKINS: Chorus 1, 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3, 4: Speech 2: School Play 2: School Play Student Director 2: Pep Club 3. DIXIE PETERSON: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Girls' Glee 1. JERRY PETERSON: Cheerleader 2: Photo Club 3: Chorus 4: Seminary 2, 3, 4. MARDEN PHELPS: School Play 2: Seminary 1, 2, 3: F.F.A. 1. GENE PHILLIPS: Transfer from Rifle Union High School to Montpelier High where he completed his schooling. - 1 JIMMIE PRICE: F.F.A. 1. 2. 3. 4: Seminary 1, 2, 4. l STEVE PUGMIRE: Football 3, 4: Basketball 2. 3. 4: Track 2. 3. 4: Seminary 1. 4: Lettermanis Club Vice President 4: School Play 4: Spanish 2. 3: Grizzly 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4. JUDY ANNE RASMUSSEN: Seminary 1. 2. 3: Chorus 4. JIM RICH: Basketball 1. 2. 4: Lettermanis Club 3. 4: Track 1. 2. 3. 4: Class Vice President 1: Student Council Representative 2: Class President 4: Photo Club 2. 3: Youth Legislature 3: Seminary 1: Spanish 2, 3. GAY RTGBY: Pep Club 3, 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3. LARRY RIGBY: Band 1. 2, 3, 4: Seminary 1, 2, 4: Basketball 1: Chorus 4: Pep Band 3. 4: Photo Club 3. SPENCER RIGBY: l7.F.A. 1, 2: Seminary 1, 2. 3: Seminarv President 3: Class Presi- dent 2. 3: Student Body President 4: Lettermanis Club 2. 3, 4: Boys, State 3: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Track 1. 2, 3: Football 1, 2, 3, 4. ROSSELIN RITTER: Pep Club 2, 3: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3: F.H.A. Vice President 3: Chorus 1. 2. 3. 4: School Play 3. 4. TERRELL SKINNER: E.F.A. 1: Band 1: Seminary 1, 2, 3, 4: Class Secretary 4: Alumni Vice President. CARLOS SMITH: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Seminary 1, 2, 3, 4: Seminary Vice President 3: Class Vice President 3: Student Body Vice President 4: Band 1, 2, 3: Grizzly 4: Sports Editor 4. FRANKIE SORENSON: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Chorus 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Pepettes 3, 4. WARREN SORENSON. ROGER SPARKS: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2: F.F.A. 1: Sem- inary 1, 3, 4: Band 1, 2: Lettermanls Club 3, 4: Chorus 4. CAROL ANN STODDARD: F.H.A. 1, 2: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 3: Industrial Arts Club 2. SANDRA STODDARD: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 3: Industrial Arts Club 2: Sem- inary 1, 2, 3. ANDY STOFFA: Baseball 1: Track 1: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3. RAYMOND STUCKI: Seminary 1, 2. RULON STUCK1: Seminary 1, 2, 3. DIXIE GAY SWA: Photo Club 2, 3: Pep Club 4: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. Song Leader 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Speech 4. KAY TEUSCHER: Chorus 2, 3, 4: Girls, Glee 1: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Idamont 4: F.H.A. 2: Pep Club 3, 4. CHERYL TOOMER: Speech 2: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Pepettes 4: School Play 2. FRANK WALLENTINE: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Track 3, 4: Letteriman's Club 3, 4. LOIS WALTON: F.H.A. 1, 2: Pep Club 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 3: Photo Club 2: Seminary 1, 2, 3, 4. CAROL LEIGH WHITMAN: F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.H.A. Degree Chairman 2: Grizzly 2, 3, 4: Grizzly Business Manager 3: Idamont 1, 3, 4, Edit-or 4: Girls' State 3: Pep Club 3, 4: Pepettes 2, 3, 4: Drummer 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4: Speech 4: Assembly Committeewoman 1, 2, 3: School Play 1, 2, 3, 4: Pep Band 2: National Honor Society 4: Spanish 2: Assembly Committee 1, 2, 3. GRANT WIDMER: F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4: F.F.A. 'Vice President 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Track 1: Basketball 1, 2, 3. DONNA WILCOX: Seminary 1: Girls' Glee 1: F.H.A. 1, 2: Photo Club 2: Industrial Arts Club 2: Speech 4: Grizzly 4: Pep Club 3, 4: Board of Approval 4. LANNY WILCOX: Chorus 4: Photo Club 1, 2: Seminary 1, 2, 3: Band 1. MA ' .A. 1 2' Pe Club 3 4' Chorus 4: Seminary 1, 2, 3, 4. sf- - Y ... s S 'fr Yrs... Throughout the year, many changes were made in the teaching profession. ln return for Mrs. Neeley, we have Mrs. Vernlaas, and in Mr. Loveless' place is the newest recruit, Mr. Dale Black- ham. We. as the Junior Class, would like to say we really ap- preciate the fine work that the advisors have done and we think they deserve a vote of thanks from all. Mr. Blackham and shown here. f W ,f,5 ,MV 5F .i,I., ,,, 'gf Janice Berger Judy Boehme Michele Clayton Janet Collipriest Stephen Crane Dick Dixon Terry Bunn -- David Covey Robert Dunn Q53 s K , um , ll xsl 'Tk XA is l .? f Yu , X, l S ll UU . . H101 Qhblllljy Mb IlI'L!bl'll 3 , llrvm Kunz. 1-lass pn-sirlcnt, prcscnlml Nancy Pllcl us, mwnulrly l'4lIIlII1ilUTVVIDIIILIII, with Ll cmrszlgge' us ll tukvn of :lppr4'4'iuIim1 for lim' hard work in lH'l'I1,lT- 4,4 -A-U.. Sllilllllllll HllIlIllf'l"' Umm- HIIIIIIIIIITX Q 111' II L. 'U - . 'NN' ll 4, ill!! . IIN Wu.:-P My Jrxgggi-i FV , . 'L .guudlf Nm? E Judy Johnson Virginia Kinney Ruth ,lone S Ann Kunz Brent Kunz Lola Kunz 'L -- Lzz- - W, , .,,M Sexy Mike Clayton and her group of Beatniks-Kent Aland the roving reporter really llad something to say about the Non-conformists--Wynn Rodrick, Robert Dunn, Sherry Telford, Mickey Sparks, Judy Rasmussen, and Janice Berger, all con- tributed to the Scene. Note the "real gone" Paintings. Shannon Layland john Lcgerekl Gary Lelssrmg Carol ,lean Lewis Kent Ltxwlb ,oo , . 0 J if A 0 " --WYITU-f MMM 55. Uxm A' 1 '32 2 , 5 vgpgefmzi. L -1 mit My Q 31:3-12 W f I new 5, wa . 1. I 3 agiggx 22,7 i14'3T3.L , '555 A ' 'TEFL ff.3f552f?'?3iJ5f " j A, xy. 5 A. 1:9 if-f,zf'H-' Q ,f he Z, . . "LQ 5.-: Aff:-M . . ' NM. 3 517253- :gfaw-?3,W A ,Q-my xi Ag? 'ffff ' 175, ' A f- 5-aa . .,:::-9: :.,g,.- f L Q f-11 'Z fggvj Q? ,J ff -Y .A SW -Q iii! - V if K if wg -F fans. wwf ,K ,N , wif 6 w A Q x , Lrg? - f. Q Ksiiiwyfw K5 1 VH. 51:11 v 3 - 1f v'9'4' :.-J. an 2, j f , Q, ' .- iw 1 37 .,,,. H Rm wr S ,. W 4 , , W:f12:f' I 4? gm Zliw- PJ: 2- - 4, Q, ff 1 .. x , ' " wif Q5 kk- 5' 5 af UL rx With their three co-operative advisors, what class could go wrong? The Sopho- more class of 1960 were priviledged to have Mrs. Rich, Mrs. Hayes and Mr. Par- ker to lead them in a year of outstanding activities. Largely through their untiring efforts the Sophomore class assembly won top honors. CLASS OFFICERS President: Gene Widmer Vice President: Gary Lattig Secretary: Diane Skinner Being the largest class at lVl.H.S. the Sophornores left an everlasting imprint on lVI.H.S. history. Their Sophomore Hop had the distinction of being one of the best dances held during the school year. With such able leaders as Gene, Cary and Diane they added much to the class's progress. CLASS ADVISORS Mrs. Rich Mrs. Hayes Mr. Parker 5 f Mmm' ,Ivan .Nluml Blake: Allvxnzln Bonniv Buvnn G1-rulul Uurlschi Mgxinc l5urtscl1i Tvrre-ll Ihnrtsclzi Rum- Ann HPHISUII Johnny Bissfw mr Fvrris BOUIIIIIP Janis Rumi: rsun NB 'Q' lf win! V' ,e Paul Bundcrson Sue Bundcrson Mickey Burton Virgil Clark Alan Crane Douglas Crane Wilma Crane Gloria Crossley "Wifi , I nw' XVVQ if f 'S owl 'wQ'l'f3i fix ms ni ,ki Dean Davis Loyc Derricott Loma Gay Dixon Marvin Dixon Qgflifl . " ...fm .IW 53533 . .sw 1 ff-.?::5:g ,, ,, .i. V . .,,, kN. . ,.Z ilii' ifflxqgj SEL 1 iii, ,. 281' .If ,. 17 f, uf fgl., , . -iiiig .,,, zu, afll .,, Eu: an -4 , . ' .Q " ' 'i"'V'fi l4fQ'fwf f ' ,WD .H 'a..,f.,. "QM ...Q .,,,,, MMM Www" ...ai .,,,MMfN ...vw ww' Ha ., Melvin Dixon Donald Edgehill Steven Esterholdt .XV X Gary Dunford Mary J0 Eastrr an Winning the assembly with the combined efforts of Maxine Bart- schi and Jim Haddock we see Queen Guinevere and King Arthur and thelmerry members of their court. Members of the cast include: Glen Ritter, Diane Skinner, Ronnie Stocks, Judy Thornock, Karen Lane, Carol Wallentine, Gail Kunz, Loma Gay Dixon, Alan Crane, and Dean Davis. 'Z-T..."' Charles Gaskins Judy George Wayne George Elaine Gerber le It A 5, ,pw .1 -v X , 'K T :vw QYPHEV Q Ln. I-1 'sv 1' . ,L L -- , MMJQN f . , pkg, if-f. ff'2iLi-.W ? vm. .,- igim an .H NEG M, Vs: A 1 ,NA :1,,', 'a .+L 4 ,, .Q ,,. w , 'WL Lim . 1 My 5 vi W -' H 414g X B . N Y 'NE Rulnn Humor Pamela Humburg Morton Hunter QQ' when Q ,, U, fl Cm-gig Juuggi Barbara Jenkinson Bentsen Moss, Janet Tueller, Peter Cuyon. and Eva Dean Weaver are ull enjoying the Sophomore Hop. La Mont King Betty Gail Kunz Janet Kunz Roger Kunz Karen Lane 57' Gary Latlig ,L , I ,- Marguerita Lewis Russell Lewis Carolyn Lewis Priscilla Lindsay .lill Lloyd Carol Nate Jerry Lee Nelson Gary Mumford Nick Parker Carol Porter OQN Clvn Ritter .loc Sizemore Dennis Spencer lit-nnis Rigzlly lliznn- Slill1Hf'f 3 ,Nw 5 Studying induslriuusly WJ tllc 6tl1 period English class attempts to finish tlif-ir day. Virgil Clark. Snr' Walton, and Carol Marie Wallcn- tinc try to look surprisml. Susan Sprutt .rx V 2" 't'ai.,,'x 'Q -'-...,, r, Linda Rosen Clnirlottu Skinner lla Sandra: Sinitli llriciu Stcpln-ns gg egg' 3 1 W' N-'S bw-is V- 3 E 15. X nm Nlfwks if ,lfmzn Null f'lll'l' W ,fy if J 'Ds 'O' "'i3lup Xluilxn Wvlxvr limb WWII- V' -fer' W lux Xllll XNxfl1.1mx u ta 'PS Nm? jnlvm' Wvilkefs -is KMWQ2 v."' . K E . 1 5 f ' st ' 2 ' by s 1 F' 9 Q 7 Fw.: ' 1 I PIOIOIONQ 111-nv Xx'il1llll'l' Huw:-Il Wilde- IJQ-.nn Whom! "QR fl ix 0' X K ---Q-., 4 Led by Mary Lynn Jensen, Secretary, Guy Arnell, President, and Vance Dunn, Vice President, the Freshmen embark on their high school years. Four years from now these shy non-aggressive Frosh will be the mighty Seniors. Advisors for the year are Mrs. Louise Adams and Mr. Douglas Perkins. Q i Q f I 5 l V". ,,,11.W,gg, .V ' ,,,,,,r' JN Doris Adams Robert Aland Guy Arnrll Joe Barnes Evan Alleman De Verl Bauman Elaine Be-c Gordon Bradley Patricia Budgc Shirley Bc-uller N., We 'N' fx L-.wg fx, , 31? ' .fuk L g i 1"'f::A,5fw'LxL' zu '35W'i'5 bgmzu L ,3,5Q..fi,,gf5?E4?SSg3225l W fy Q5 1352555 m Q , J Wyp9js"'fw f :is iwxmg gg, at E4 5 fir- , .MfgigmW 1 5!x N .v ,ta FS. , 1 :Fri Tf"iss, -MZ-vw, Sm H + 1.4 .V W, ek f-Mp ,. I, .K , Ll:j5VqW.A ,f. ..:VL ,N .X , g, ,, , V 21 L- Q ,x Xi: gwm If Y 'L - .Vik Q if vid I f 'ff N: Tk". 5,351 K, K dw.. 1 , F Q5 X ue! 33 4 F .. Ei, ml E., MQW? ,.. eff wwf. 08 as ? I Ag Q-4 P13 ilsgi :af i z mg ,f. ,ML ....,, X ,Mal 1134 L42 QQ 'gs--2: 15,56 , jj 'fgff-gigs.: if T. ,Q 2 grim' KS gf Iggy-:.x ':5I,! gm is ,xg KN I S ll N T Efq, . , , F x L K ' f .1 fi . Qi 4 .4 o E V K 5' 56 La Rae McMurray Allan Michie -r "hull Marian Munk Douglas N ate Tom Nield Lee Ann Perkins Tom Nelson EIRGY Nield Robert Perkins Susan Perkins Robert Peterson Wade Peterson 7 '-of Je 'Q' r fly Jul, lwfhfq 1 Reola Phelps Edwin Preston Diane P1500 Wmldil PfiC0 'S' , ,' x S 1 Patty Porter .lohn Powell Ruth Reeves Determined to be a veterinarian, Irene Crane has overcome her shyness of the only female "Ag" student in Idaho. She is seen here among her male classmates. Leo Sehbas . U lf' - Q I John Sharpe Shirley Slack UUI3 i Karen Sleight Warren Sleight ll. Ann Skinner Connie Rae Smith L0ye Smith Assembly Committeewoman, Ruth Reeves' imagination is responsible for the weather machine used in the freshman assembly. Tom Nield makes use of it, while'Weatherman, Guy Arnell, looks on. Rodney Smith 59 .lay Tafoya Earl Walker 'iuqg ,.4 5 r i,'5'v s, . - '3 ,lt if Sandra Sorenson KHY SDaTk5 Paula Sparks Doris Stucky With graduation a foggy picture in the distant futurffthe Freshmen live solely for the present-- but with an anxious feeling deep inside as they await their three useful years. Evva Dean Weaver Billy Williams Stephen Tippetts Stephanie Wright ww 'irrfi fi 4 ff, fl f N UREHN I Zfll IUNS Throughout all time individuals of like interests have found kinship together. Whether it was a new recipe for stew or a unique brand of chawin' tobacco, it found its way into a common conversation. Now, as then, a desire of friendship prevails and clubs are organized. Wicxed hiv X. t J ' -it l x ix ,f l M' . 7 K X our , ' I 'l V 3 ' ' E i ' . ,I -I I . J lf, 4' J l rj . K,-. 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""'f First row: Gladys Clark, Frankie Sorensen, Nell Wigington, Carol Marie Wallentine, Lynn Ann WilliHHlHlll, Judy Wells, Mary Kay Grimes, Carrie Kunz,.Marilyn Swenson, Jolene Wilkes, Virginia Kinney, Carol Nate, Pamela Humberg, Judy Boehme, Rolrerta Bagley, leggy Poster, Rosselin Ritter, Betty Gail Kunz. .Second row: Linda Bartlome, J'anet Collipriest, Judy Ann Bartsclli, Carolyn Arnell, Ruth Jones, Diane Nelson, Nancy Phelps, Karen Stephens, Jo Ann Bauman, Cherric Rae Tippetts, Lola Kunz, Rhena Nield, Dixie Swi I, , X 1 Q . . 1 .I . ., . . . . 1, atty Stfplnn., Maxine Bartsclu, Loma Gay Dixon, Diane Skinner. Third row: Lourlen Ludwig, Barbara Aland, Kay Teuseher, GIRLS' CHORUS--First row: Gladys Clark, Frankie Sorensen, Nell Wigington, Carol Marie Wallentine, Lynn Ann Williamson, Judy Wells, Mary Kay Grimes, Marilyn Swenson, Carrie Kunz, Carol Nate, Pamela Humllerg, Judy Boellme, Roberta Bagley, Peggy Foster, Virginia Kinney, Rosselin Ritter, Jolene Wilks. Second row: Linda Bartlome, Janet Collipriest, Judy Ann Bartschi, Ruth Jones, Karen Stephens, Jo Ann Bauman, Nancy Phelps, Diane Nelson, Cherrie Rae Tippetts, Lola Kunz, Rhena Nield, Dixie Swa, Patty Stephens, Maxine Bartsehi, Loma Gay Dixon, Carolyn Arnell, Diane Skinner, Kathleen Michaelson. Third row: Lourien Ludwig, llarlmara Aland, Kay Teuselrer, Judy Rassmussen, Bernieee Jensen, Carol Liegh Whitman, Janet Kunz, Janet Teuller Mone Jean Aland Sh , , annon Layland, Judy Thornoek, Linda Rosen, Michele Hirschi, Marie Wilcox, Karen Hayes, Bonnie Bacon, Betty Gail Kunz. 62 5 S i 2 1 . " e fi Yi l Hr. A Q ' . N Z if ,W Rita 1, Q l 1 f or-J t A, X ,if K Eatft xxx sq Q A fi S7 v' Wh, W Q . J pf 'wg 41 J J f , f 1 'V t 3 tt . S K 4 i if 'X -sw m N 'f 1 1 Q t ' ,V X wt ' ff 5 .c 'f' A 6 ,ti Q ft, i Il- 1 A ' X ls 6 ,A I' ' A Yulviw .4,' Judy Rassmussen, llernieee Jensen, Carol Leigh Whitman, Janet Kunz, Janet Tueller, Monte Jean Aland, Shannon Layland, Judy Thor- noek, l.inda Rosen, Michele llirschi, Marie Wilcox, Karen Hayes, Bonnie Bac-on. Fourth row: Nick Parker. Miekey Sparks, Rohert Nate, Keith Swenson, John Baker, Dennis Rigby, Larry Rigby, Cary Lattig, Delano Lyons, John Nield, Roger Sparks, Orrin George, George Shepherd, Rodney Wood. Jerry Peterson. Fifth row: Glenn Ritter, Melvin Dixon. Johnny Rissigger, Lanny Wilcox, Terry Bunn, Jack Evans, Skip Mudula, Sheldon Hansen, Warren Sorenson, Wynn Roderick. BOYS' CHORUS--First row: Glenn Ritter, Dale Dunn, Melvin Dixon, Johnny Bissigger, Lanny Wilcox, Terry Bunn, Jack Evans, Richard Anthony, Clay Homer. Hal Arnell, Skip Mudula, Sheldon Hansen, Warren Sorensen, Wynn Roderick. Second row: Nick Parker, Mickey Sparks, Rohm-rt Nate, Keith Swensen, John Baker, Dennis Rigby. Larry Rigby, Cary Lattig, Delano Lyons. John Nield, Roger Sparks, Orrin George, George Shepherd, Rodney Wood, Jerry Peterson. 63 ,Q W M 1 K- xii 'N My v. A K 'Ny V -Q' t xx frm, ' . N ini! E g xv. - -'su ,Z L K X., , ,,,, M A N W1 , xx Y ,Xl 3510 xii B X 5. V v - .lx -is Q 2 fl 1 Nh wi fi 511 . Y,:Qg55,. EFI 4 V- 3 M 3 ,M Ji- .M Lf .. X5 yi 51 . in g s iii ug. 4 s, fl 15 M sf as T54 W. 1,31 I, N- x X 5 Q . My . N? .6 Y jfpifi 1 Q 'A W Q 3333+ , fr- .-a Y' ff .ei , H , fu' ' :Q ,sv , f ' - ififiai A JL ,f 5 1" Jaw A N F . ' fr M, ' N' , vfifefi, , 7 .W 1 N 3 , Q iiivf' w , 4 ii r be is at , VA " M, 1 ' mm 5-QM: , ' 'w , A ,f , I , , 1' f X Q Q ,i,F,,g Q K 3 ' M 3 . 5922 M bf , f - , ' gf-f H, Z2 4 Qzs X if X 051 5 fggiff? ik an-. N sa 5 Q - - 'f Y N, -f 'F' A A R Q 1, , R . Tig 'Q E f .. L ,ef,j'f ,."ff 5 552' 1, 3551 xg 1 . 5. -1 l H .-,' . ,A wh W ,,,, , ,, ., 'A ? 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Back row: Julie Martineau, Mr. Wilde, Carolyn Arnell, Janet Collipriest, Carol Marie' Wallentizne, Ruth Jones, Maxine Bartschi, Judy Anne Bartschi, Hal Amell, Nolan Phillips, Berrey Parker, Clay Homer, Nancy Phelps, Bob Moss, Linda Bartlome. SW! EDITOR 7 ,. 7. 77A,7,,77. Carol Leigh Whitman ASSISTANT EDITOR ,L 7S,7S,,S. Ruth Jones PHOTOGRAPHERS ..O,7.77.7,,.7,, Hal Arnell Nolan Phillips Dale King ADMINISTRATION llYll,,ll7l. Kay Teuscher Berry Parker SENIORS Y . ,...,, .... I Louise Erramouspe JUNIORS ,,7w,,,,,7,,,,77,,,,777, Janet Collipriest SOPHOMORES ,,i,7,,,,, ,A Maxine Bartschi FRESHMEN .......,,, ,, Julie Martineau ORGANIZATIONS ,,.. ,. Linda Bartlome Carolyn Arnell ACTIVITIES ,, .. ., Judy Anne Bartschi Louise Crane La Rae McMurray SPORTS ,,,, I ...,,,, ,..,. . ...,..... Clay Homer Bob Moss ADVERTISEMENT . , Mary Kay Grimes Ann Kunz INDEX S 7,r77r77o,7o,,,77a Michele Clayton Carole Marie Wallentine COPY 7, , ,7e,,,.,,,,,,7,a7,. Barbara Sharp Diane Skinner Advisor ,..,r Mr. Wilde l 7 As shown here compliments by the dozen are well deserved by this hard working group. As in the staff picture, you can see it's quite a mixture of students fgloomy and exuberantl have helped make the school yearbook a big success. We would like to thank our editor, Carol Leigh Whitman, and advisor,'lVlr. Wilde for all the time and effort that they put in to make our yearbook the best yet. Ann Kunz and Mary Kay Grimes were persuasive and so had little trouble procuring ads. The trouble as seen here was in drawing up the pages. A typical Idamont business meeting Dale King, Hal Arnell, and Nolan Phillips spent many hours in the dark to develop pictures. 67 Gladys Clark Editor Louise Erramouspe Front Page Editor ?'6':f"'ff Diane Dalrymple Business Manager Dale Kung Feature Editor 68 Mr. Munk Advisor Carlos Smith Sports Editor , 'dl First row, sitting: Diane Dalrymple, Louis Eramouspe, Dale King, Carlos Smith, Gladys Clark. Second row: Lyn Ann Williamson, Mary Kay Grimes, Lois Walton, Donna Wilcox, Marian Jaussi, Carol Leigh Whitman, Sheryl Dunn, Dianne Nelson, Mr. Munk, Wayne Tufts, Brent Kunz, Berry Parker, Susan Spratt, Maxine Bartschi, Nancy Phelps. These students make up the Grizzly Staff. As usual, anxious "Grizzly Grabbersn en route to the hot lunch Completely stumped, this weary clan can well be complimented room, flood the ticket window with: "Gimme a GRizzly!" for their journalistic effons. Left to right: Jay Hacker, Marian Munk, Elaine Bee, Dennis Left to right: Mary Kay Grimes, Jimmy Haddock, Gladys Clark, Kunz, Gene Widmer, Kent Lewis. and Louise Erramouspe. Judy Ann Bartschi President Selling Concessions, sponsoring a dance, and a delightful "Twirp Week" are just some of the activities the lVI.H.S. Pep Club participates in. Barbara Aland Vice President Judy Ann Bartschi, the .outgoing president, is seen welcom- ing Kathleen Michaelson in the Pep Club as the new president. 79e,ei 70 Janet Collipriest Secretary The Pep Club Board of Approval: Donna Wilcox, Linda Bartlome, Miss Gerber, advisor, Patricia Bagley, and Diane Nelson work hard planning the assembly for the year and collecting fines. i' First row: Donna Wilcox, Linda Bartlome, Patricia Bagley, Diane Nelson, Judy Anne Bartschi, Barbara Aland, Janet Collipriest, Miss Gerber. Second row: Frankie Sorenson, Gay Rigby, Carol Leigh Whitman, Kay Teuscher, Gladys Clark, Lois Walton, Judy Parker. Third row: Louise Erramouspe, Belva Nield, Peggy Foster, Karen Larsen, Dixie Swa, Marie Wilcox, Sheryl Dunn, Diane Dalrymple, Louise Crane. Fourth row: Raylene Roberts, Michele Clayton, Ruth Jones, Barbara Sharpe, Lola Kunz, Shirley Trussell, Carolyn Arnell, Mary Nield, Rliena Nield. Fifth row: Sherry Telford, Marilyn Swenson, Nancy Phelps, Dianne Scofield, Judy Wells, Karen Stephens, JoAnn Bauman, Ann Kunz, Mary Kay Crimes, Jennie Kinney. Pep Club initiates Judy Thomock, Julie Rich, Susan Spratt, and Janet Tueller receive their initiation duties from Donna Wilcox, Linda Bartlome, and Barbara Aland. Frankie Sorenson, Belva Nield, and Ralene Roberts are at the annual Pep Club Slumber Party held in the MHS gym. They don't seem to be sleeping though. 7I 72 Linda Bartlome Drlll M asler Ralene Roberts Maxine Bartschi Assislanl Drill Masler Drummer The well drilled Pepettes perform often before appreciative audiences. You see them here forming the famous HM." Uften seen in the wee hours of the morning. this lively group can be justly ' proud of their accomplishments. The Pepettes sponsored a dance and had the honor of being the first group to have a banquet. R X' 'UI 3 Q. ., 5 We in SEE X XJ' M.,......,.... ........-w....- ,......w,... qw if , " 2 Aw W R If W ,Q ,, W K Q y 5 W' X E1 33 ,us Q , u f Q 1 A 51 -Us f 'G if A 2 45 ' X X N an 5 c N. Ng I if I y XM, 'A' a 'R X . Z 'HQ in N' N sw ie MW 'K I li , Tu? I ,, .X i X 4 X A 4, X R rg! . XM- - Q - -:XM-:-sfL X QQ qw X W, M X X wh NX X X XXQ S S NQ X5 wx , X Xi if fm X N W N E ig N X SX aff' X Q xX .1 N REV if ,. -xl - . 5131- .1 Wal, J , Q Q , i4f5i L7' Y f.Qg+,ng2X XX 1 i. ,wi W K W aw X .--A Q ' '- v-v N U it X L l f Frynl wwf Vim- President, ,ludy Wells, President, Karen Larsen, Advisor, Mrs. Neeley, Chapter Mothers, Mrs, Larsen, Mrs. Nicld. Advisor, Mrs. Neely, Secretary, Rhena Nield. Second row: Treas- All organizations have their leaders. The F.H.A. advisor and ure-r, Ruth Jones: Parliamentarian, Gladys Clark, Recreation, chapter mothers have helped the F.H.A. have a ve-ry Slli'Cl'SSflll Betty Gail Kunz and Mary Kay Crimes. Third row: Historian, year full of achievemoits. Hola-rla Bagley, Chorister, Dixie Swag Degree Chairman. Car- olyn Arm-ll: Reporter, Karen Lane. 7.7-',f4. Firxl row: Mrs, Neel:-y, Betty Gail Kunz, Gladys Clark, Karen Lane, Ruth Jones, Dixie Swa, Karen Larsen, Carolyn Arnell, Rhona Nield, .ludy Wells, Mary Kay Crimes, Rohm-rta Bagley. Second row: Monte ,lean Aland, Ranee Kunz, Diane Price, Ruth Reeves, Sandra Soren- son, Mary Lyn Jenson, Penny Hacker, Patricia Bagley, Loma Cay Dixon, Shriley Truss:-ll, Susan Perkins, Shriley lleutler, Eva Dean Wm-aw-r. Third row: .lanet Tuoller, Dixie Jenson, Nancy Oehrlein, Carol Porter, Elaine Gerber, Connie Rae Smith, Loye Smith, Elaine llee, Susan Spratt, llarhara Jenkinson, .ludy George, Linda Bartlome. Fourth row: Lyn Ann Williamson, Lorein Ludwig, .ludy Bartschi, Patricia Bagley, Lee Ann Perkins, La Rae McMurray, Nina Johnston, Diane Langford, Margene Hess, Mary ,lo Eastman, Kayc Stclovich, Carol Leigh Whitman. 1 wg Mf GW X 'H' wg' ww f Ek ESQ 2, f 5 1 J 'SE fe 5 v sl 5k?g 5Q ar " i JZ 5 wil X W A Z 5 M K g ! f 75 du A if V ' ML M' 1 ' gf ,mf S -,ff -L , f my , k 3 ' 1 V . V, l A XZWXX s -- . 2 i A WW . figsg ' V .1 1 -z, WSQH W ' I f- - . A-'six xr? 13 mf A 1-1 A s K f Q N 1 lil' l ff I . ,. E95 . m X at u K ffr A - ,,4l' A , f A S ' mg fi A 1 A : : ' Af we K 1, Y 5 , f , jim, ,Q W , L N fikm V 4 Wi 3 I 'F ifijfgiilg islam? fwiif i 'V .L A ,, f 53-7 Q I SESS ,A A 4 Q., ' L 'Maw E Q' ab- ' ,. ' .wmvfi N quam ' ..,, j.. . .- Q' ' nh. 1. 3 E ms 7-'7.f-if. Yes, those Ag. boys have gay times!!! As is shown here, a "wet" time is had by all at an enjoyable swimming party. It seems as if innertubes and Steven Crane all go together. The biggest event in the F.F.A. boys' activities is the choosing of a Sweetheart. The pretty choice this year was Dianne Skinner. She poses with F.F.A. officers as shown from left to right: Bill Jensen, Robert Esterholdt, Gordon Keetch, ,lim McCammon, Dennis Jensen, and Bruce Arnell. Here the Ag. boys are shown "in action" at the annual F.F.A. funnight. This group of boys always seem to have fun, at dances, swimming parties, or a play night. Randy Keetch puts up the net, Steven Ester- holdt shoots a basket as does Bill Jensen, while Mr. Skinner and Gordon Keetch look on. i - .!' F4454 dia! OFFICERS l'resi11enl , lliane Dalrymple Vice President Karen Stephens Sccrelary . . Patty Stephens Supply Manager Louise Erramouspe Affpiygr Mr. This self supporting organization has started many a young photographer on his way. Spending many an active night in the dark room and sponsoring a dance, this club is proud of its accomplishments. 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A record of these activities is one -. ull as a brimming water pail. 0 ,efuavnlfq Sept. 9 Mr. Rich, Ruth Reeves, Pat Bagley, Carlos Smith, Spencer Ruth Reeves, a "freshie" at M.H.S. entertained with a Rigby, ,lim Rich, anxiously await the opening assembly. well-learned Pian0 S010 10 Climax inf? aSS9n1b1Y- Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors, and even ad- Blending Uld Songs with new, The MiS5iS5iPPianS entertained visors join in at the annual Leadership Banquet, The falks us with one of the best school assemblies this year. Everyone were short and the food good. who heard them enjoyed the wonderful music. 7' BMW if Q JBL 2 .ELMV . My 'f 1? ff jg-. A ,sf '-J tiff li? Not only were these girls our Homecoming Royalty, but also were very active in other school activities. MARY KAY CRIMES BARBARA ALAND Pep Cluh Cheerleader Pepettes Pep Club Veep F.H.A. Assembly-woman Pepettes CLADYS CLARK Pep Cluli Grizzly Editor Student Council 83 1 fp, fm Yi 14? 84 .v-4 , 'Lt J 1,45 . .- f if- fi.. gf l M N.,-J 1 s This alumni member, Robert Trussell, is display- ing his talent with his partner Jerry, at the Homecoming Assembly. After such a thrilling athletic contest how could we help but enjoy this dance? K 0 These M.H.S. students show vim and vigor prior to the Paris-'Pelier game. Our school spirit showed up wonderfully at the pep rallies. Cheering the team to victory was the Montpelier Pep Club. Their enthusiastic yells sparked the team to a 4-0-O defeat. s- ,: ff Q. .4 f alas ,S5 .L 7--we -, fi. g 4 'N Q .XZ Zi iii Y 3 ' ., ,gf ' f f ' a , sf 1 Q 35" 53? w Ay Q5 ,,,..,,,,kf. H '- I, K X ,F ff L i ix 5, N 4 S' 5 4,, Y ,N kph ' 4 . 1. ,1 , . 1 -C , 5 rm Q , .L,X,. X , E si 1 y 'S ,X ,g .Q4me0cz',50 Both sides cheering the teams on to victory, Montpelier Bears go on to defeat the Preston Indians. The score . . . 13-0. School was dismissed early as the student bodv went in mass form to cheer on the Bears. "Old Man River," crooned the most talented singer we had in our National School Assemblies. Singing from the wheel chair, his voice carried loud and clear throughout the auditorium. qfaldoween Dance Oct. 31 Gladys Clark, Sherry Telford, Bill Jensen, Gordy Bartlome, and Cherrie Tippetts, all enjoy the dance on Halloween Night. It wasn't a bewitched evening, but a good time was had by all. .Zqceam 7Zaa.4 86 I I With Montpelier as host of music clinic the musical talents of this mixed chorus perform before an appreciative audience. To highlight the first exhausting day at clinic, this nwelcomev dance was well attended and appreciated. Dale King, Michelle Hirschi, Pat Stephens, Ruth Reeves, and Judy Wells are laughing about the good times they had at Music Clinic. Mr. Dittmer, an accom :lished musician of U.S.U. wuts heart 4 v xv v I and soul into the directing of the girls chorus. . 't-.f,,y xi 'I Mr fs , WV Us With the talented direction of Mr. Martino, the 185 piece con- cert hand soon whipped into one large well organized unit. Climaxing the two days of tcrrific effort on the part of guest instructor and student musician was the concert per- formance. Top talent, top leadership and effort made top c'ntertainment for all who attended. 4 asap Do too many cooks spoil the broth? Or was it cakes? Here we see bakers Brent Kunz, .lim Aland, Larry Rigby, Steve Pugmire, Guy Arnell, Terry Batemen, Jay Peck, Gene Widmer and Hulon Homer, all trying for the honors. .-. 1 7.74,-i. 70ee.6 72441. 9-I4 l Jay Peck is seen modeling a suit in the F.H.A. Style Show. Jay and all the other contestants modeled clothes and gave the student body a very entertaining morning. The F.H.A. dance was enjoyed hy allwespecially Putty Crowned King of the F.H.A. was Brent Kunz. This honor wa Stephens and Guy Arnell. placed upon him by Karen Larsen. 1 To tho Idtnnont Sock Hop Paine this juhilant group: George Shown here enjoying the dance are several M.H.S. students. Sllephcrd und alter" unidentified partner and Skip Modula and John Nield is apt to bile his tongue off, but Linda Bartlome "hor" beau ,lack Evans. doesn't seem to mind. '7 al 4 00 0' aim if 5 S 0 6 6 Winners displaying their talents in decoration are as follows: ,lim Rich, Loye Derricott, Rodney Wood, Shannon W liaylund, Doyle Weaver, Rhena Nield, Michael Teuscher, and Barbara Jvnkinson. 0 P 0 0, 25 Curt Empey spins the 7 records at the Industrial Arts Hop. D Dec 5 i l 89 Blessed with the ability to sing, Sheldon Hansen has kept the bass section of the Chorus going strong. Here he is taking part in the annual Christmas Cantata. The yearly Christmas Cantata put on and presented by the M.H.S. Choir is one of the things that we looked forward to during the holi- days. Silver bells, candles, and the painting of Our Father complete the scene for a wonderful job done by the choir, and their talented leader, Mr. Baker. 90 was ec. 25 The annual Cantata which featured Christmas music was well-attended by students of MHS, the townspeople. and college students home for the occasion. The dec- orations, seen at left and be- low are the artistic talent of Mr. Baker. They are put up by the freshman girls' glee. The choir as well as solo- ists and ensembles are heard. This yearls soloists were: Sheldon Hansen, S h e r y I Dunn, Linda Rosen, Mich- elle Hirschi, Jenny Kinney. Richard A n t h on y . ,lack Evans, Carol Leigh Whit- man. Accompanists were Piano. Kathleen Michaelson. and Organ, Gladys Clark. Carrie Kunz, llixic Swu, and Roberta Bagley Larry out zhf Home forthe holidayx many of the college wtudsnk wen .iblc ilu-me uf the Senior Bull by singing "Silver He Q In lin to cnyoy the Senior Hill background was the orchestra of Cary Fuller and the Five Aus Over thc threshold into the realms of a decorated "Silver Bells" comes Gladys Clark and her purclner, Spencer Rigby helps her over into the trunsfornicd gym. Larry Rigby lingers in the background. X ask 4 . i 5 QQ. ,Ma , ,Q V , gyn- f an w ,. Q., - .,, y ,H ...A la 143331 1 K QF?" Q. Q., I ,K r "f 455 t, K gan . , rw Y Pep 6045 26 Rodney Wood, Clay Homer, Steve Puglnire, Richard An- thony, Larry Rigby, and Brent Kunz are representative of our Pelier boys as they pose for the "Preferred Man" shot! Spencer Rigby and Rob Moss were absent when the pieturc was taken. Pep Club officers Janet Collipriest and Barbara Aland crown Larry Rigby and Clay Homer at- tendants as Judy Anne Bartschi gives Steve Pugmire the honor of being "Preferred Man of 1960." Witll stereo music filling the air, these part- ners speak for all as they enjoy themselves immensely at the Pep Club Formal. Dancing into the pieture from the left are Mr. Rich and his wife. Also seen against the background of "Moonlight and Roses" are ,ludy Bartsehi and Glenn Passeyg Karen Stephens and Richard Dunn: Susan Perkins and Jerry Peter- song and behind them Diane Skinner and Gary Lattig. to of 93 ,,,: 'rl ia 'G 1 Q f an 'Og' , J 'X 2 i . . , A l . it if ,iii cazchfz poem ff If Jenny Kinney, accompanied by Kath- leen Michaelson, sang songs from "Carousel," Here she is singing "If I Loved You." Breathes there a Junior whose soul is so dead that never to his classmates has said "OUR JUNIOR PROM WAS THE BEST IN YEARSU . . . and this year even the SENIORS must agree that the prom was one of the best social events of the entire year. The Juniors decorated with balloons for a very unique effect. In the center of the floor was a merry-go-round. Seen enjoying the dance are Brent Kunz, Ann Kunz, Clay Homer, Maxine Bartschi, Fred Nate, Tana Tueller, Jim Simmons, Gloria Stutts, Dwayne Sleight, Odetta Jones, and Glenn Stuart. SCHOOL PLAY .lim .VV7,YVVVV7.7 VV....,......Y.7,,,7........ S teve Pugmire Mrs. Stark ...,... ..A,,,. D iane Price Mr. Stark ...,... ...,,..,,. B rent Kunz Plato ......,,.,,7 ,,...... W ynn Roderick Mrs. Davis . .,.., ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,, J enny Kinney fudy .w.,..,.,..,. ,,,7. C arol Leigh Whitman Her Father ..,e,, e,,,,.,,,.,,,,,,, J ay Hacker Her Mother ..,. Bell , , ......,...eee..ee.e,eeeee.eee,,,,, Ruth Jones Lee Ann Perkins Ray, a kind policeman ,.......,,,. Berrey Parker Sgt. Mullen ,ll.,ll...,l. .....i. Marden Phelps Policemen , ,,e. .,,.,.. D ennis Rigby Gang 7, ,,,, Buzz l,l...,.... Wayne George , Rosselin Ritter Linda Bartlome John Nield J ack Evans Orrin George Terry Bunn The gang: Jim, a new boyg and Plato, a brain, listen to a lecture on the stars. They are: Wynn Roderick CPlatoJ, Steve Pugmire Uiml, Carol Leigh Whitman Uudyl, and Terry Bunn fBuzzD, and the gang. The Man ..,.. ,,... D ennis Rigby Leclurer ..... ...... M arian Munk Teacher .,.,... Janet Tueller ff ' If Zelel 70u!4aaz,' 4 f Directed by-Darwin Hayes This picture taken during practice is of Steve Pugmire Uiml and Carol Leigh Whitman Uudyl. The play concerned four teenagers who were try- ing to find themselves. Buzz died in a "Chicken Run," Plato died of gunshot wounds, and Jim and Judy fell in love. The poor relationship between parents and teen- agers was the cause of many thrilling scenes. A new type of staging was used. There were no sets -only lights. When Carol Leigh Whitman fjudyl tries to kiss Jay Hacker Cher father? he slaps her. This picture was taken during practice. ,Aww + . - fy i QW Q7 wi . . k,'A ' -- vig: K K iw. Q - 5 Q51 ii fm, 'fm -. if Y if A bw. 1 s 35 ffi1fi5Qf?5"'1,- 2- gy H eff v -M Z if A -54' ' 55 ? , H . , 5 ga- : ' K Qi vid f 1: H33 ,AV .M , i 'm3,9,sv.- wsfiig, .W - vwi xx N ,Air fm +view 1 -w 1 I S :Q me -an I E e The Class of '60 attended Agathon on the USU campus as a "sneak" day. They attended a Chuck Wagon breakfast, and toured the many exhibits. A few of the Seniors have taken a few moments of rest. They are Bob Galloway, Lois Walton, Mr. Rich ladvisorl, Bob Esterholdt, Ronnie Glenn, Belva Nield, Allen Bagley, and Marljn Bartschi. hm... Lourien Ludwig poses on the campus before she goes on to the exhibits. Among those visited were one on art-including the ever talked about modern art-and one on languages-which in- cluded earphones to listen to Russian, French, and German. ' Awddd 14 Coach Grant presented small replicas of the Whitman Trophy to Steve Pugmire and Roger Sparks fshown herel. A new trophy presented by Stanley Rich and his son for the athlete with the highest grade point for the previous year was awarded to a Senior, Hal Arnell, by Coach Grant. ln the foreground are the District Football Championship Trophy and the Whitman Trophy. These boys-Gene Widmer, Russell Stuart, Joe Rowsell, Clay Homer, Rodney Wood, Richard Anthony, Spencer Rigby, Allen Bagley, Terry Bateman, and Kenny Wilkes are receiv- ing letters. The Lions' Club Trophy was presented by Coach Grant to R. Wood ftrackl, G. Homer ibasketballl, and B. Moss ifootballl. Tivtiwililitl- L Ga , , 'HW 4,1 - am!! Spencer Rigby acted as the Master of Ceremonies for the assembly. The assembly included all of the non-athletic awards -Crizzley, Idamont, Speech, Play, Student Council, and the swearing-in of thc new Student Body Officers. Mr. Rich, who has finished his final year at MHS, gave a short farewell speech. He was then presented a watch from the Senior Class and Student Body. l00 Mr. Munk presented Crizzley awards to Diane Dalrymple Business Mgr.g and Gladys Clark, Editor. I The ffracluates of 1960 entered the tabernacle to the strains of LAND OF HOPE AND GLORY. " l The decorations were green and white fthe class colorsl and fresh greens. apple blossoms and roses fthe class flowerl made the setting for graduation very beautiful. In the picture above, Spencer Rigby is preparing to offer the invocation. Below and to the left, Mr. Winters welcomes everyone to the exercises. To the right Speaker, Dr. E. L. Peterson spoke of meeting the generations' challenge. HLWCW..E'F'E!t lIW S..?jfP..Q-QAAS ml a!"Wi Q - Q uv 4 1 --Ps Q- 5- Ihf- ,.l'NIll'lIlIl cI'1Qs and the choruw presented the Ilmale It mcluclecl theee Qonfrw look to thu Das a how qunrtet ISINIIIUII II'mQsn lark Fv'mQ Larry Rlgby RlC3fd Anthoml mvcecl quartet fthe boys and Sheryl Dunn F nm Ixunz Roberta Ba Iev D1x1e Swal, and the Battle Hymn of the Repubhc sololsts Bruce Arne-II laru II x Iwhn Illker Cflrol Iewh Whltman, Pat Bagley Mfarlan Jansen L01QW1It0nI I It I I I IMI: lx md Pwtrlcla Bagley who w1thD1aneDf1IrympIe ave the student talk-a 1 1 rn Int md helm tht lop pleture Qhowe the Qenlors I'8CClVll'lg, diplomas The lower picture 19 of the Fmulc and mtludr the ln nn nt LI Ih WIIII r n uhm th: pulpit howed 1 plcture of retlrmgr Qupt A J Wmtere WIIIIF the chorus hummed ac 21 ITIIYIIIE' to Mr Wm mr H Q 25' 'Iv 1 'Ii I The Indian as well as the pioneer relied on hunting and fishing for entertainment and sustenance. We have different types of sports, but our purpose, as was theirs, is for division and to build strong youth. First row: Orrin George, Allen Bagley, Rodney Wood, John Nield, Clay Homer, Spencer Rigby, Steve Pugmire, .lack Evans, Richard Anthony, Ronnie Glen, Roger Sparks. Second row: Coach Pitchford, Doug Wilson, Terry Bunn, Fred Nate, Jay Hacker, .loe Rowsell, Delano Lyons, Bob Moss, Rade Anderson, Dennis Nelsen, Coach Grant. Third row: Paul Bunderson, Roger Kunz, Dennis Rigby, Dean Davis, Kenny Wilkes, Bob Wells, Terry Anderson, Roger Wilcox, Terry Bateman. Fourth row: Rulon Homer, Steven Bee, Dale Weaver, Cary Dunford, Guy Amell, Johnny Baker, Kent Aland, Lloyd Foster. 264124 1957 feared Star Valley .............. 13 7 ....... ,....... B ears Aberdeen ,...... ,,,. .... 8 2 8., ..,,,,,, ,,,,,,, B ears Snake River ,,.,,...,,. 0 7 ,,,,,,,,,,, .,,..., B ears Malad ................. ...,.. 0 21. .,.. H ...Bears Marsh Valley ,,.... ,. 6 21 ........... ,,..... B ears Feilding ,. ,. , 0 4-0 ,.,,,,, , Bears Soda Springs ..,,,.,,.... 7 27 ....... ,. .,,,.. Bears Evanston .. , ,.., 6 13 ...., 1 , .Bears Preston ....,.. .. 0 13 ...,. ,. , Bears' I04 QWWW? """.,.--""'5 ""'Iil ln Claw llunwr li Slvvc- Puggxniru HR Spmnw-1' Rigby f:IJ-lTlI1?fIII'Vl Ii!!-Lilllifllill -3 rf' . li .. -wwsm-ww-audi' ' , If Jnhn Nic-ld AHPII Bilgllliy K -,Q ls ,-aldwvuuw Huw 1 Orrin c:00l'QI6' C Hagar Sparks C Him-harcl Anthum 1 ,-1'-' J,--Q-.N l nun! 'Q .lm-k Itxzxnf Ill! HUIlIll1'IrIl'IIlI I lim Nluml 'I' 33" g . ,F -W1 -.5 -Q 'C -ali' ,w""" I ax P Iiulr Hua, VIS Ilnuglus Vx IISUII 'I' 'U' 'L , ,Q ,,1 ,p I 1 3:-. . ag . I I A ., ' Y .1 , ,p, ,.. K 4 'QHNIU "1 K 'ir if I0b ali- in I' l'l'fI 'Nam' Ill! .IRIN IIill'Ii1'I4 I ,Im'RrnsQ1'II UR ' 1 ."h. IM-lzu1ul,ym1s li RarlvA114If-rsml 'I' l,Pl1Hi24Nf'ISHIl 1 ,Q-an-"' liogf-1-Wilum QQ Kvnnywilkes HB Kent Aland I -as-.. ? ' X - S lx ' , l .il x, L..-.1 . . JUR- ,f 'hawk' xx "'K.: ""i27 Sl,,W,nlgm, G Rogerliunz T llelrllrisliiglay 1 'A QQ' Q AF uf, 'Ci Dale' Wc'z1x'c'l' If Cary Dunford HB jnhn Baku- QR ifgpwe' ,wx F I i 1 1 'QQ if "NtlOf Wh?" 's-J BHIDW1-Ils C Dcanllavis C f3llf'!xI'l1f'H Fl! l Woods scores first touchdown in championship tilt. IOS Row one: Steve Bee, Fred Nate, Doug Wilson, Kent Aland, Kenny Wilkes, Terry Anderson, Rade Anderson, Denny Nelson, Paul Twiss, Wayne Tufts. Row two: Coach Darwin Pitchford, Roger Kunz, Cary Dunford, Dean Davis, Bruce Arnell, Durward Ream, John Legerski, Jim Adams. Third row: Rulon Homer, Dennis Rigby, John Baker, Dale Weaver, Cary Lattig, Tom Nield, John Bissegger Dean Wood, Glen Ritter. Fourth row: Terry Bateman, Peter Cuyon, Bob Wells, Warren Sleight, Guy Arnell, Larry Wilcox, John Powell Wade Peterson, Ferris Kunz. Rigby snurcs pass as Bears down Malad. Evans punts a long one to get the Bears out of the hole against Soda Springs. I09 Charles "Tiny" Grant is one whom all the students of M.H.S. owl- a gre-at and deep appreciation for all the work he has done in turning out the first championship team since 1948, wha-n the-re was a three: way tie. f I Darwin Pitchford is another M.H.S. "'great" in the field of sports. Through his constant coaching, the ,l.V.'s won all but one of their games. We all wish to extend a vote of thanks for the great work he has done. ,Nm 41- ' ,Wh V' Aww fe. Q r,..,.4 K . ,awww W . you ,.f A . 'TEN . , K is 'N ann. WL. Q Woods 1215 breaking through the Soda Springs defense moves for a large gain in the game which the Bears won easily. IIO -5? W-1 -Lg gs? Si 4, 253 3 z I Na. at Kms? Q, ww Www . i dlttbftwdftdtfggp Front row: Fred Nate, Roger Wilcox, Terry Anderson, Bob Wells, John Baker. Back row: Roger Kunz Gary Lattig .lay Hacker Lavoy Teuscher, Guy Amell. Q. W, 25 Seemed Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier Montpeliern, , All Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier Montpelier 'Games Won Star Valley Star Valley Fielding Soda Springs Soda Springs Evanston Aberdeen Blavkfoot Snake River Malad Preston Marsh Valley Aberdeen Snake River Malad Preston Pocatello Marsh Valley Fielding 35 31' fill-'G ,H 38 29' 31" 26" 30' 33" 30' 30" 32's ,IBN 50" 30's 55 33 58 'Q I l Ayn. X VM K Q,-ggi 3 ,f J' , EW fw- .al 'a Q55 fs E 'M . .lpzggi rr up 3 V V .L , . x Jai? A-una-.-,,, . ,.L ""s..4C., 392212 N . 0 I ' sm Nw 1 in S u. . - 1 'Ngxfgm ,. ,,, Y-f Q' ,.. 5 ,5 ,. ' in 1 - . ,yn N mt- ,qw .v ,. 4' , W wg -W, - 1. mfbg L jx. h i-----.-.............. v WNW .,.q1l""' -1110 1. - ,,., ,WW .. nv, me . - Q, ,,., M ex 2 N' 'V W VA .gm 3 5 it V., t , - H M ,,f'm+wtwnm. I K, wwmwx The travk team takes a hreak at the District 5 Trgxck Meet. It was held in Pocatello. The track team did better this year than they have fur many years. AVA JL wi ,eS,3gl5tfgQ5Qj- ff fit ,tice fat! 'gig '-,. w ' A 'JUF S hurdles before, proved to everyone that he had the ability. He placed in every track he high and low hurdles. .. . -t , ,, New W, 1..-, ,,.,, M E 92 w f rr fi 3 P vm t Q! 5 fi B x , K F 4' V, , . ,W-yt g , 11 ,- 1 5- lb. ,Z r A M I M K my L W .. Q, qrkk g MONTPELIER HIGH SCHOOL BEARS WIN CLASS A CHAMPIONSHIP The Montpelier Bears knocked off Preston, 13-0, to capture the district Class A football championship. This was the Bears' first clear district football title since 1936, C h 4. C d oac es rant an Darwin Pitchford saw the Bears roll up 230 points to the opponents, 3-I-, and end up with an 8 win. I loss record. only losing to Star Valley. who won the championf ship in their district in Vlfyoming. 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UDELL NATE ILicensed ConI'racI'orI General Building and Con'I'rucI'ion "QuaIiIy Consfrudion and Workmansiwip Is Our Mo++o" 47I CLAY STREET Monfpelier, Idaho swf' Gree+ings and CongraI'uIa'I'ions Io Monfpelier High School and I+s S+udenI's C T From Our En+ire Organiza+ion IER, IDAHO CENTRAL FARMER'S FERTILIZER COMPANY "AII Your Building Needs" M A-un., GERTSCH MARKET Meafs-Groceries-Vegetables Lockers PHONE 2 I 3I PARIS, IDAHO ...,g.v' INTERMOUNTAI N GAS COMPANY "Where Friendliness Reigns" "Hea+ Your Home +he Modern Way MONTPELIER, IDAHO Bes+ Wishes 'Io +he Class of '60 THE LITTLE CHEF" DICK JOHNSON Monipelier, Idaho We Thank the Merchants for Their Co-operation "Le'r's C-So Bowling" Rigby's M D c LANES A 81 W 4+h and Boise MONTPELIER "Bes+ of Foods" 'Car Hops for Your Convenience Frozen Food Lockers Groceries-Meais-Bakery Goods Ice Cream Telephone 0290r-3 GEORGETOWN. IDAHO Manager-Mrs. F. E. 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Galloway, Ralph Douglas-53 Galloway, Robert Parley-17, 65, 76, 98 George, Judy Ann-42 Burton, Mickey-41 George, Orrin Don-17, 26, 63, 79, 96, 104, 105, 118, 120 George, Wayne Marion-42, 76, 96 Cates, Allen-53, 76 Christensen , Gary Glenn-53, 76 Christensen, George Christensen, Keith-116 Christensen I 42 , Kenneth Gerber, Elaine-42 Glen, Ronnie J ay-17, 27, '79, 98, 104, 105 Greenlee, Dale+43, 76 Grimes, Mary Kay-32, 62, 64, 66, 67, 69, 71, 73, 74, 83, 85 Grunig, Barbara--17 Guyon, Peter Wendell-44, 54, 65, 109, 116, 118 Haddock, Gwen Haddock, James-43, 64, 69 Haddock, Lynn Hacker, J ay-23, 32, 69, 79, 96, 106, 115, 118 Hacker, Penney-54 Hansen, Sheldon-16, 17, 20, 27, 63, 90 Hansen, Verla-54 Hayes, Laurel-54, 64, 76 Hayes, Lee-32 Hayes, Nola Rae-54, 65 Hayes, Roger Lee-54 Hillier, Dia.n1+43 Hillier, Gloria-54, 55, 65 Hemmert, Elsie-43 Hemmert, Max-54, 116 Hemmert, Russell-32 Hennin gs, Carol-43 Hess, Marjean-43, 64 Herschi, J ack-43, 64 Hirschi, Michelle-4-3, 62, 87, 90 Hoff, Dian1P32 Hoff, J eanne-43 Homer, Glay-8, 18, 21, 27, 66, 79, 93, 95, 116, 118, 119 Jensen, Homer, Rulon-44, 88, 104, 109 Humburg, Pamala-44, 62 Humburg, Shannon-32 Humphreys, Diane-32, 64 Humphreys, Vicky-54, 55, 64, 65 Hunter, Morton-44, 76 Hunter, Richard Glenn-54, 76 Hymas, Brucw32 Hymas, Eugenw32 Humas, Martin-18 Hymas, Vicky Ruth-55 Jacobsen, Allen-55 J aussi, J aussi, Curtiss-44, 64 Marian-18, 25, 27, 64, 69, 73, 75, Jenkinson, Barbara-44, 64, 89 Jensen, Bemice-18, 27, 62 Jensen, Bill Wayne-18, 27, 76, 77, 86 Jensen, Dennis-32, 76, 77 Jensen, Dixie Ann-54, 65 Jensen, Mary Lynn-51, 55, 65 Ronnie-32, 38, 64 Johnson, Judy Marie-33 Johnson, Stenen Duane-55 Johnston, Nina-55 Jones, Ruth-33, 62, 64, 66, 71, 74, 75, 96 Keetch, Gordon-13, 18, 25, 27, 76, 77, 85 Keetch, Randal-27, 64, 76, 77 Keetch, Richard-64, 76 King, Dale-18, 25, 27, 67, 68, 69, 87, 102 King, La Mont-45, 64 mv- 99,104, 105, 112, 113, 85 Kinney, virginia-ss, 62, as, 90, 91, 92, 96, 97, 99 Kunz, Ann-25, sa, aa, 66, 61, 71, 91, 97, 99 Kunz, Author ' Kunz, Betty Gail-42, 45, 62, 73, 74, 78 Kunz, Brent-8, 29, 32, 33, 38, 69, 79, 88, 93, 96, 97, 99 Kunz, Carrie-18, 27, 62, 94 Kunz, Dennis De Orr-55, 69, 76 Kunz, Ferris J .-55, 64, 109, 116, 118 Kunz, Janet-45, 62 Kunz, Jimmy Reed-55, 76 Kunz, Lola Lee-33, 62, 71 Kunz, Renee-54, 55, 65, 75, 58 Kunz, Roger-104, 107, 109 Kunz, Stephen J .--56, 76, 91 Lane, Karen-4-2, 45, 74 Langford, Eulalie Diane-55, 56, 65 Larsen, Karen-19, 27, 71, 74, 75, 88 Lattig, Gary-39, 46, 63, 93, 109, 115, 118 Law, Ronald-56, 116 Layland, Shannon-'33, 62, 89 Layland, Steven-56 Lee, Georgia Legerski, Anthony John-33, 38, 109 Leissering, Cary-33 Lewis, Blake-56, 76 Lewis, Carol J ean-33 Lewis, Carolyn-46 Lewis, Kent-33, 69 Lewis, Marguretto?46 Lewis, Russell-46 Lindsay, Benjamin Franklin-56, 65, 76 Lindsay, Priscilla Ann-46 Lloyd, Allen-56 Lloyd, Elien Jill-4-6 Lloyd, Richard Brent-56 Long, Coleen-19, 27, 73 Ludwig, Loreen-19, 27, 62, 85, 98 Ludwig, Edwin Allen-56 Lyons, Delano-34, 63, 64, 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Reeves, Ruth-24, 58, 64, 65, 82, 87 Rich, Jim-8, 13, 20, 21, za, 79, 89 Rich, Julie-47, 49, 65 Rigby, Dennis-48, 63, 96, 104, 109 Rigby, Cay-23, 38, 71 Rigby, Larry Dean-16, 23, 28, 63, 64, 82, 88, 93,94 Rigby, Spencer-7, 8, 23, 79, 82, 94, 99, 100, 102, 104, 105 112, 113, 117 Ritter, Glenn Ross-21, 42, 48, 63, 64, 92, 11,9 Ritter, Rosselin-21, 23, 28, 62, 96 Roberts, Larry-35 Roberts, Raylene-35, 72, 73, 71 Roderick, Wynn-33, 35, 63, 64, 96, 97 Rohner, Paul-35, 64 I44 Rosen, Linda-48, 49, 62, 64, 78, 90 Rowsell, Joe-36, 79, 99, 104, 106, 112, 114 Scofield, Dianne-36, 71 Seblas, Lee-58 Sharpe, Barbara-36, 71 Sharpe, J ohn-59 Shepherd, George-23, 63 Shreves, Louise Simmons, Jimmy-36, 95 Sizemore, Joe-48 Skinner, Ann-54, 59, 65 Skinner, Charlotte-48 Skinner, Diane-39, 42, 48, 62, 65, 66, 73, 77, 85, Skinner, Terrell-13, 23, 28 Skinner, Wayne Slack, Shirley Ellen-59 Sleight, D. 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