Montrose High School - Chief Yearbook (Montrose, CO)

 - Class of 1956

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HAVERLAN D In appreciation for all the harcl work and unselfish service that he has given Nlontrosc lligh School. this 1056 C 4 is clcclicated to our own Howard ll. llaw-rlancl. uOur', Mr. Haverlanrl stays late after school each night t clean the halls and school rooms. and hc stays event later a tor school activities to clean up after the crowd has left. Thi. isnit the limit of his helpfulness. for he is a frit-nfl to stnt ents and faculty alike. To show their the student body and staff wish for-EVERYTl'llNC!" FI FI F FOREVI ORD DFDICAFION HISTORY F ACULTY SFX IORS UNDERCLASSES ORGANIZATION S ATHLETICS NIL SIC ACTIVITIES ADMINISTRATION de 'mea 4 af Whnhaee 71494 S -7 7.-+4-is lclm e Hxgh School bw The ousmal Wmuos Montroses fxrst hlgh school classes were held ln what 1S now the Junlor Hlgh School buxldmg a small beglnnmg that ha grown to the present 'nodern scho l plant that IS stlll expandmg Old M C o HS was constructed ln 1904 and l and more classrooms en arged 1n 1911 a gymnaslum were added lll 1932 But as the years went bx and the class rooms became more crowded there just didnt seem to be enough room or f3C1llt1CS to take care of the growmg number of students So 1n the 1930s the ldea for a new hlgh school progressed Students helped out Ill a successful campalgn for a bond IQSUC by staglng a parade urgmg woters to xote xes for the bulldlng proposal Wlth the a1d of a federal grant the ldea became a reallt bulldlng to mose 1nto m the y and there was a new sprmg of 1940, the present Montrose H' lgh School. Esne 'c ' t Q'-'r NI.t..II.h, as we -ee it today. On Friday, April 12, 1940, Montrose students received their beautiful new high school building. Yes, the school we now work in was a big thing in 10-10-orily sixteen years agol And those who planned it believed that they had provided more than enough room to take care of future growth for many years. They could not foresee the growth that has promoted NI.C.H.S. to a NAA" school this year and crowded the halls and classrooms again. Once more the school is building to provide more room for the educational program that it offers. "New M.C.ll.S." was opened for inspection that Friday night sixteen years ago. and the people of Montrose were tand still arelit pleased with their new quarter of a million dollar school. Some of the things that the new building made possible for the first time in Montrose were new classes such as homemaking and more activities. The first play produced on the stage of the combination gymnasium-auditorium was 4'Seven Sistersn directed by Miss LaVerne Clark. This stage eliminated the need to rent the Fox Theatre or some other auditorium to present school plays. Aerial view of the high school buildings and grounds. leak-1.-Q.. I 'L lag.- ,,- 4 I iNl.C.H.S. Agrivult uri- Building To the north end of the main school building stands a cinder block structure known as the Magi' or agriculture building. Here students of vocational agriculture learn better farming methods, study livestock and crops, and learn such practical arts as welding for farm mechanics. The ag building houses a large classroom and one of the best equipped shop laboratories in Colorado. The students themselves added many of the finishing touches, such as storage cupboards and tool racks when the building was first used in the year of 1948-1949. The white building to the west of the big schoolhouse is used for a great many activities such 'as a classroom for physical education, a practice shed for the wrestlers, meeting hall for school organizations, housing for a Homecoming float, or a place to build scenery for a new play. This building is officially known as the athletic building. but is commonly called the uwrestling shedf, A building of multiple usevthe athletic shed. -5. A recent project sprlnglng into reality is the new athletic area. located west of the xnain hiqh school building. Above i- a drawing of plans for the arca. which is being de- vc oped under the Supervision of '1 citizan. connnittee and the county high school cornmittu. llans call for a track with a gmssed in centerg two baseball fields. one for practice 'md one for gamesg a football stadiumg and recreation fwcilitics for the com- munity as wcll 'ls the school. the whole, 'area will probably he fenced in. It will he plwnted with grass, which will he watered by a sprinkling system installed last spring. U L9 LJLUGITWV ln the lobby of Montrose High Sf-hool three lmronze plaques tell the Story of how the present lvuilding lJCf,'2illlC at reality. The Townsend fa In i l y has played an important part in school history through gifts of laml. first for the lauilcling Site ancl later for the new athletic and recreation area that is now under development. L oncl aaqut my mutt tw ll twat guru tw progress of the ln fin from 1 tlrtam to a plan on paptr to a reality of llrick and steel. tsl Nl :ld uf X. ,Inn Edmond on Yal Tawlor Ronald NI Broun li Il N lI!Nlllxll'lflll xlllt Baker Nulnex llxrtn an Electlons for student body officers were held last sprmg before the school year of 1955 recessed Ldmondson presldent Val Taylor vice presldent Rlta Schsxelkhardt sec retarx Allu Baker treisurer '1 l Sxdnes Haltmin uprefntallu ltlxr Ronald 'VI Brown continued to serwe as Student Counul sponsor J Q 0 Governing student affairs through the Student Council this year were Jim 1 It 'tr . 1.7 :dm I' ' . . '- sf -2 go. gg----,..- -. ., Y - Nt t 'ft ' wuzm .4f'9" Nl.tI.ll.F. agriculttm- stntlt-nts learn ilu- art uf welding. 0 Yr- ,..,, x. xaq ' 7766, English lll stud:-nts go to the dictionary to Q-nlargv the-ir vocahu Journalism students sort out pictures for the CHIEF, the school annual. Although reading, writing, and arithmetic are still the har-klmone of the school pro- gram. students today learn llliillt things in the clzissrooni in addition to the "three R's.'7 Studi-nts ut Montrose High School may choose from Seven program courses ranging from college p r e p a r a t 0 r y and St'lUHffl!-CllglIl0CflIlg - techni- cal to general. I I larv. x Q u ,V - . i ,R 'I - .414 -,,, 5 'J 1,3 -. ,.u ,- . . -W - A xd- 'QIWQ5' .. 1 fr . 1?-'ki 5 5" Al--5-145'-.-np. nstwik Zu :1-1.-1 A' 'Mn I-fmking JOWU thi' Black CHUYUH Of the Me-morial tu fllxipvtu. wife uf Ihr' famou GUUUISOU- IM- Imliam 1-his-f, 1l11ruy, 0 Majestic San Juan rangv. whivlm lif-S south of the- lvncompahgrc Valley. .., fl' , :gi if V' al N.-'Linux Atfklw- , L ,, .LM ,j-q'g,,:' flwl- "" nib , clminisfrafion alll? 4- k'z'vf-s 9-he SLPT HLGH O SLMNIERS we -LQ OFFICE OP MONTROSE COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL SYSTEM HUGH 0 SUMMERS Superintendent Administration Building 600 Main Skeet MONTROSE. COLORADO SCHOOLS IN SYSTEM Mont ole Hlqh School H F Rutherford Principal Montrose Colorado Nucla High School Loren F Tomlin Pnndpal Nucla Colorado Olathe High School Robert V Lind Prlncxpal Olathe Colorado To the Faculty and Student Body of nontrose Egijqh school: The cooperation of the Faculty and Student Body has certainly been a great contributing factor in simplifying my work as your Superintendent, and I wish to express my appreciation to both of you. The faculty is certainly time backbone of any school and it has been with your fine cooperation that we have been able to make the Montrose High School one of the outstanding schools in the State of Colorado. W sincere congratulations to Staff on the fine job you are doin in the Sponsor and to the Chief g getting out this Yearbook. I sincerely appreciate the honor of being asked to mite this letter for you, and I wish the Faculty and the School the best of luck in the future. Student Body of Montrose High Sincerely, y fgffffvzzrrzff' Hugh I . Summers, Superintendent MONTROSE HIGH SCHOOL South Townsend Avenue R. F. RUTHERFORD, Principal MONTROSE, COLORADO OFFICE OF: Branch of R.F. RIlthSI'fOl"d February 23, Montrose County High School System Hugh O. Summers, Supt. Students of Montrose High School Montrose Colorado Dear Students: This year, 1955-1956, has been another pleasant year at Montrose High School. It was marked by a major fire and re-construction of the main office. Further work is progressing on the recreational field. This area will be a distinct asset to the school when it is finished. The conclusion of this year will be marked with great achievements by both teachers and students. Working with students and parents at Montrose High School has been a distinct pleasure every year. -This year has been no exception. It is my hope that each week in the high school will find you farther along in the way of achieving your life goal and that by the time you are out of school, you will know the direction you wish to take. Best wishes to you all. Yours sincerely, R.F. Rutherford Principal RFR:dc I I7 1 c1'f2iTfLf'E5L?" f 11- 54-lnml lmourwl IhiQ ye-ur l'UIl-iwfl'll of Lux f-mb:-r: Hugh SlllllIllf'l'r. I.. I". Flmwrs. jr.. P and J. C.. Nmth. Mu- Pre-sul:-nt. Hur rvsiila -mg lilan Ii. Crmniv. 'l're-usurvr' R Qwre-tary: Donald A. Bugg 'l'hiQ lruihlingg iQ lllvf-1'llH1llLlfllllllll ll llllrll lbllilllillg lm'z1te'1l on Main 5!r4':-I. v v nvlq, '19 'Ball 1 A as . RONALD M. BROWN MRS. A DAH BALI. BS.. Colorado gX81M Homemaliing v4 4? S Al. BON.-KN M.A..Colorado State Collegf of Education. Crm-If-y lnrlustrial Arts I N fl University of Colorado. B.A. Social Science. Guidance if X a K DEVON M. CLARK BS.. Utah State College Vocational Agriculture A.B.. Western State College English I and II ROCKNE COI PLE Social Sciences. Athletics we I f'XN MISS JOSEPHINE ECKLUND I N 1 . lnfwax E 1' C! 3 4 'NIRS STILLL X I ILL ASPEY B S lNortlm ect Nliwouri State Teacher College M A Unnereitx of NIISSOUTI . Spam I1 Engl1Ql1II PHILIP GOOD AB.. Colorado State College of Education Chemistry. Physics. Math mf, 3 -. f---""'? 5 fy' , 1123!-gg,-f Jinx WINSTON il. CRAY Delta State Teachers Colleg B 9 Englxieh. Speech. Drama MRS. El.SlE HAVERLAND :X.l3.. University of Nebraska Nl elmt l mwlfaewnvgsg fx.- .4 Q Z""j XT v all ' Q95 22 "noun, ' 'J I MONROE HORTON M.A.. Western State College Bookkeepingl and II l' X MRS. DONNA HOFMANN B.A., Colorado A8rM College Girls' Ph sical Education it 3 L' Athletics l Q u MRS. NIA Nlllf IIOLFSTON B.l'l.. Stutc 'I'e'zu'l1e-rs Collt-gc' Sl: un Pom! Wi' ,-.Q . 4 . I,lllI'liI'lilll .QNX bi 5 LOUIS LANYON A.B.. A.M.. Colorado State College of Education Instrumental Music lfllliis l 1 EW4' F f3i-Stl f ,,.. j,- 'V -fgtlg: ,- MISS HELEN HUBERT B.H., University of Colorado Solid Geometry. Vocal Music IIQFQQQ T? 4 4, 1' 'M 9 X KJ. , .. XX . f 5? JOHN McCAFFREY B.H., St. Mary's College English III, American History World History, Athletics Geometry. Algebra II. Trigonometry ROBFRT M053 X B 'VI A Western State C0111 ge Drners Trdlnmg. Amerlcan Hwtorw Mhletlcs 45 " -A Jimi X 1 . L4-Q ' '. Z U L52 . 'A V A I.. IA :N Q ,A . 'I 'LQ . x fl Fvtg f . ,V K . ' w.,-gf"-mm' -4 - h ' 1 ' . . " .V 'wg 4. ,fl . .2 ' fl f . , 1, 4 : X .f - ' A L I 4 L , h A L 1 . ,K - I .AL - ,.f' ' . "wg, 'Lvl' , ."IQ was . 5, ' ' 65.1 T ' -Q 1 A YN? h 4 ,J F ,av bYIVFSTFR fBUD3 NOMER M 4 Demer UHIXFTSIIW Somal bclence Englmh DYIYPTS Trammg KN IN RUDY PH ARIS B S Loumana IIl'1lVCI'5llV Art Fngllshl T- 1735 XX NN 1 ?f1' rx UFURHIC SIFYIIRS NT.-X.. XX.f'Slf'Ikll Staff' Cnllvgu' Biology. :Xtlllc-tirs 1 -9 sf' ' f 'N r N alp lfdl 0 Im Idlld 1 llbllflldl 1 o l 0 1 ,Y ,, Y HQY .L 141 I ui XSNI V Us tlllvutlu- Ifmillvzlliull Q, ,X RfXI.PH SKOV .'X.B., Yalpa iliSHl1l1iNf'I'Silf ' 1 "S . I" ' Englkh. , 'lkm 1 I Q - '1" ' xz .WN MISS MARY SKU FCA MISS MARIE WILLIAMS B.S., University of Denver Typing I and II B.A., Western State College Commercial Math Secretarial Practice Shorthand if xl-1, 'X S7 cocbc N . GARY E. THOMAS B.A., Colorado State College of Education Commercial Math English I Athletics Q J ! fAw s 3 aku ff CLIFF! MISS IJICUJIS CHONIIIC Sec-retarx :Jia . - . 1 IRD Vi-XNIJEYI-iY'I'OR lib.. Lolorado l'niversity Civic-5. Pliyfieal Edueution. Athl , Cu ,- 5 IS ..- if-rf" . I ol V Q Thank you: For the ready and willing hands with wliieli you have guided us safely through our fears. our douhts- our hopes and our disappointments. For the many hours of understanding and patience in which you gave us all you could give. For the efforts you put forth for our well lreing and future security. We can only liegin to express the gratitude and appreciation we feel for what you are and what you have done. The Student Body 156 Beastly Bonan 'fi Cruesome Gray Lousy Lanyon I unzpzre P amlewnter Pherorzou S Pharm Mzgrame Moss Murrlerous McCa uw 5 Cobra Coppin Nzghtmare Nomer Cory C-ood Horrz ble Horlon MA r Terrzble Thomas I Skary Skov Raging, Hamm I '+- Bogy Brown Ruthless Rather om' K. Xl I of 9' Seethmg Szez ers Thmplan Troupe 3 5 of 'Vlontrome Hlgh sponsored a horror contest at thelr Halloween dance These male farultx members competed for moot gruesome B popular acclann the pme of Nlr lamon reigned vlctorl ously mer the nccromantu ffWl.lXltl0S x. mn ,, - , .. 5. ds . , Q ,' V l f , ' W ' xi. ' " ff ' ' .Zh p ' 1 'gps 1 'Lv ,ill , lt Y 'len ' J 3 t . R , .v ' I l I , V N Y-'fix . 2 ., r ' 'L 'l - L 3 bf-.K 3 , '-5, , Q X , t - A . 7 fre - 'F . A ' f 3: . , ' Y V t. . as To Mr Haverland Mr Gallegos and Mr Crecehus goes our most slncere appre blllldlflg one we can be proud of Thanks for your cooperatlon The Student Body ciaiion for their efforts to keep our schooi I I Y CIRILIO GALLEGOS eniors Jmfx -err?" ELSIE FAYE ABRAHAMSON JOE AERAMO FRANK ANTLEY SHIRLEY ANDREWS fad?" 19' 44 is 'FL'- il., E ALICE BAKER NORMAN ATwooD WALDO BEARDSLEE BILL BECKER VICKIE BIEBER BOB BULLINGTON 43 E fi I: a TRASSA BLAIR RALPH BONNER JOYCE BULLARD WAYNE BROWN BARBARA CATLIN WESLEY BUSH DANETTE CALLAWAY SIDNEY COLLINS EDWIN COMERER DICK CLAMP ROBERT DEJULIO All 'I In ROBERT CRAWFORD EMMA JEAN Cox JIM EDMONDSON Vbagrx 'Q' LILLIS MAE DIXON MYRNA D,0RIA E atb? NANCY LEE ENGLISH TOM ENNIS KARL FARRA A RUSSELL FREEMAN i , ,, Yi . Q 1f'?5'lll"sk U 55, . 1 A 5 .Inj ,, , MARYLAND FENDER ,X EVELYN FORTNER JANICE FOSTER Doms GALLOWAY PAT G1BBoNs CLARR HAGEN Ixlr HAMILION EDDIE HARMS Bm ERLY ANN HARRIS JOHN HARRIS 9 'W .- a f CAROL LEE HASTINGS ALAN HEER RAMONA HILL HOWARD HOLCOMB ,w , ' ' Q ? I Vw. 0 :QQ b ww' A :ZA , 3 Wg, 'Y I I ' vs 2. ' " aj. Q Q "" l p Ai 44, ROBEHTA FAYE HOVEY JIM HOWELL l. ROBERT HOLLINGSHEAD BETTY YVONNE JENKINS JOAN HUTTON TOM HUMPHREY DAVID LACEFIELD l ai 'll I dxv 1 NORMA JOHNSON SHARON JOHNSON NRG Quan 'I+ Y' HARRIETTE LEE DIANE KREBS I I HAL LINDFELT JOYCE DARLENE KRETCHMAN DONALD LOHR DON KITSMILLER LEROY LYON RONALD LUTRELL RODNEY MASH 1 JOHN MASSAHO1-T1 LLOYD MAURER ANNA LEE MCKELVEY NANCYE LEANNA METCALF C3 HAROLD MITCHELL 55 LVIA MOON MARIE MOORE JOED NELSON GAYLIA NEW BERRY 39 4 ' 1 Kb' Q il 3 Y 'IK Aga gyf 'Qs f LEO ORME ALVA ORTVISBEE RICHARD PARKER DONNIE PHILLIPS CHARLES POWELL x" PATRICIA Povs EI L SAM PROPER LARRY RAINE LARRY RENOUX me 1 5 rf . . Y ,I 'MW' J: A59 , ', 2,4 ' ' 41. Ain I, "1f'E'P Q, A , , 17 ' I 9 1 A K Pg in 1 is VIROIxIA RIIOAIIY WILLIAM ROBERTSON A 1 GEORGIA ROY Ib, y, . DAVID SHIPLEY CARL SKOGLIQND MARIIJYN SIGAFUS RITA SCHWEIKHARDT WILMA SOUTHERLAND BETTY JOAN STRINCER fe gr 2 -5 'ff' Q' ' WYILLIS SPANICEK J ff xIARLENE SYLVESTER G3- 2 PRICILLA PAFOYA ,N :H ' , K' ,f sw fl ' 1. , 'vu f '33 :V A 0" J 4 , .QOQQQ g3fs,51s5f:.'g:-:-:1:7-.V " WANDA TATMAN CAROL JUNE TESSMAN HARVEY TOWNSLEY SHERYL TIJCKER JERRY XVAKEFIELD CLEO TRIJILLO J EDNA WENGER MELVIN ZONAN MILDRED W7HlTMER REED WINBOURN fi' D WILLIAM WORKMAN ROSALEE WILLIAMS JERRY ZUBIZARRETA 43 Senior class officers: Marie VVilliams and Ronald Brown, Sponsors: Frank Antley Presidentg Alice Baker, Secretaryg Jim Howell, Treasurerg and Reed Winbraurri Vice President. After twelve years of hard and earnest work, they have reached their goal! May they accept the new responsibilities that are a challenge to their future plans. This year's officers were Frank Antley, Presidentg Reed Winliourn, Vice Presidentg Alice Baker, Secretaryg and Jim Howell, Treasurer. Sponsors were Miss Marie Williams, and Mr. Ronald Brown. "Arsenic and Old Lace" was their junior play, and this year the class play was wfhe Remarkable Incident at Carson Cornersf, 6'Garden of Paradise" was the theme they chose for the Prom. Whatever your plans for the future may he. Seniors, the Annual staff wishes you the best of luck! nderclassmen 'kart 5 ,1.TILs ,vin Deanna Cerise. Vice President: Mr. R. Pharis, Advisor: Marge Rutherford, Treas- urer: Miss H. Hubert, Advisor: Scott Corey, Presidentg and Dick Arguello, Secretary. O A ss? Clara JU Alley L new iiriz '?J:,zz1:iS:,z. 'xt'-A i Stanley .Micle-rseiri f 'li 4. J .QA 1 ' i GX its Bill Baker l'1l'Pfl Barrett Sylvia Bates Barbara Benliam Laury Bingham Kay Bishop Deanna Ce-rise Scott Corex' nv- . . 6 Xa S S339 fi , V - ry. , . v , . FEA'-.. Elnrlvx' i.UN'lllQIlUll Ummm Cl1lVCI' lfnnnzi cllllXl'I' Xllw' Ik-I l unrlu 3:5 'V liic-lmrcl llc-Fliuzu Q i 'ey Uixun 'iziyiie llmlu- 'lfilllli Dunn Hulbert Duran Larry Fflstrmn l'i1'r1e-st lfinlioclen Monty lflliot Betty English Anna Fedde Jim Flowers Larry Flowers r X qu.. ,Q .3 ax - 'hs flax '. ',jfL6,,?.! . fi Q l 9-,Q ll x E., s -v . Q if Pi g "-- .: " . 51..,,. 13: 4 as qgzv Y NL ffw Q L i...- 'Ny- 1 John Flynn Ronald Franks Granville Cage Joe Gallegos Cheri Cammel llowarfl George Lula May Gill Tommy Gray Clmvk flxxin Syclney llarlmzm ,lac-k Harry lame llasklll Willard llarvrland Nlill'll"llf' Hawk Charles Hawks lamfi Hawks 1 . y 'lm-,.., v O A s 'F' 1 V M 1 l s I ua' 'Vx 1 x l by. mb- .Y3 hiv , Qvr. Sys Harold Howard Thelma lnman Sally Johnson laurence Kalar Q' Bob Knifer Harvey Kolz Charles Lackey Ruth Linscott ix -nl if f ,akaa-K 333 W? y I f 5 Q-L... A k ' 4 4 .M W'-'sn ir. . in in ag A l Alln ' f 3, M M as , r Q l .,a , '54 Tlfiffa L , Richard Hawks Fidel Herrera Katherine Herrera Wlalter Hill jack Hiltman Marlene Hoffman Carla Holman Jim Holman 'Y' Qs U' l Q51 I like-. X H G Stuart Nlorlang Don Nlorris Wlilma Morris Ida May Mullikin Fred Nluzzy Kenneth Nichols Dolores Nolan Patsy Noland 'U' 11+ Christim- l.ll1'Q'l'll Jim Lyon liulr Nlulin Wax nm- XlilllI'l'l' llim-hard Xlf'Ult'2ll'y Sllilllllillli' Nlvliinnon Phylis Nlillard Nlury Lou Mills Katherine Pauli Harry ljrewitt Julia Prottingeier Charles Ray Don Reed Frank Reeves Charles Rhodes Barbara Richards L- 'cr lluvicl lill'llIIlUIlfl Inn liithultei' .lite liulrertsfm W1-slay liuliinmn Nlurge lliitliellmfl 'llmii Rllfllilllfl ,lurk Nigu- Sum Saluz 11 is 'IN vii 'J M ce 6- "'+.':D ' D Wlayne Smith Trufli Soucler Barry Spangler Pat Span' Dorthy Steele Lloyd Steele Sandra Summer Steve Supancic UUA... 354. 'X 1 .1 A. '55 1 ' at fu N . R, . 4 X RA Q V ' . ,q ' S V A - s is 1. f fbjjx l 5 V ft .li B S X. 'L Joyce Sami Bryce Sanhurg joy ee Saunders jim Sc-urup Kay Seagler Charlotte Smith Ned Smith Ravniond Smith x QM!! sal, Q' ' A f I sl . 'M Mary Ulilmarri Steve Valdez Clarence Watson David Vi elver Nona Whitely Una Whitmer Delores Vllilson liarl Wood S-.4 bw., rx Q., suffix Qsiax Linda Swain Val Taylor Joyce 'llessitore 35 its-.1 vs. Xu ' cl cr' ' Dorothy 'lwrone Sheila 'llueker Beverly Turner Joanne lfliharri G. 1. WN 4,6 . K7 K... x . 1. v fix' Robert Yooum l Sylvia Zumsteg Ernest Christie Uarlyn Wright Wanda Wright lfllaine Wuokila Donna Yarberry Flllflfi' Judy Holman, Secretaryg Mrs. D. Hofmann, Advisorg Mr. C. Thomas, Advisorg Anna Farra, Vice Presidentg John Cox, Presidentg and Buddy Wenger, Treasurer ' 53 I ,A Y., l ,jf . 1 , .1-. M n ff - . ,, , 0 X Z, . fx I - x , 3 4 N I x X Us ' is Y' J v-4 X w C- fr--f Hafqxlfl A-xldffrn13n xliiflt' JhI'g!llt'llU l ll0l7 B2llCt'I' Q ' lr b 4 5 I t 4' - QQ -gf A t mr ar 5 '- 'Sv ft:.,,,,. N N .A haf- , VI K 1, Wu.. ff' Kay Bates A op Linda Bostian JIIYCP llaur Susif- llostian Paul Boyf-r Charlotte Bows-n Ya' Jerry Brooks I' 9 1 is .5110 P57 3 2 N Shirley Brown Dick Burtis Cary Canavan NH iz Huge-nv Branson 1 Sharon Briles Julia Carbajal Q atlm Cherry Chamartin Robert Chambers Maribelle Chitwood Janet Clark Dallas Collins Peggy Cult john COX I, ,A Si 1 . 3 4 ' '. 4 jg, 5 K i 5 I I M4 Kay Davis Felix Dc-Julio W, if L . f 1 Dc-lores Dilworth Judy Ellis E john Dre-nm-n veleen Etchemendy .lf F 1 1 ML W., 4 4 5, '4 r ldane Cross Lorem- Dc-lTondo ?-L --5 M Q 1,3 7 N Bill Dryden Anna Farra .wa 1, -'uv ui, if Mary Louise- Dabney Lila David 5-.1 Carla DeVinney David DeVinnf-y Q ,A A 'Il "X US il 50- in A. , 'HT' .f"'s ., ' Nl . Alice Duran George- Edwards .ludy Fislwr Larry Ford 5' 9' 'Aff , .Ianith Gant Herb George Donna Gleason Gene Gleason Patsy Glendening I sz" -Q Gary Good 39, I X Larry Harrington Il. X A Judy Holman XY iv .., -vs N W - iv i M. 4 5 ,,, Q ,if1Q-s , v 4X . Sherry Cray WW? 'x Ora Lee Hart f . K av. X ,N fi Vivian Hornyak GW 1 'H t . :well Dale Humphrey 'x Leona Hunter x ,Y . Q l :N wt 115 6 Y 5- I ' :Er - ' 45 insists ,W .X Jem, . . r . Q J f My J "Q t h. Q QA. '- J M 5 I 1 ,, N-mr Corliss Hamilton fx? P 1 . - 5 "' ,V ', ' 'A- John Hr-nclerson 1 Y ,A Elfriefla Hotchkiss Lf-land Howard Q A -Q. 'R 1 'Ea i 1 X7 X . W, 7 f l bf , f John Huntley Bob Jacobson 11 o Kay Jennings Betty Johnson Bob Johnson Katherine Johnston Claude Koch mg , . A .. Lan. A , ny if p ' Q ii 1 l 3' ' ' A Q '. W, l l , 1, Af,' - x l A .9 Q g Z 'W- . I f 5 A . Max Kff1liC1'k D011 Lafffifhlll Don Lavato Betty Lindsay Howard Linsrott G11-nn Lutz x jf 4,. i O Q' Q l .3 'Cx 1 .VAV N "" .1 Ax '- i t f t at I' " gil ' fig, ' Q o V ., t ,f . ' f .. . A ll L, Kr-nnt-th Lyon Paul Mansanarrf-S Patsy Martin B013 Magfm Gilbert Mason Janice Mathews .W . " ' lj' ' f" J , , ' QQ -x f z ,gu- ia . A V, I H . , , " ' -' 'K " ,' fi' 2 ff I I ' , , at 1, S. f -1 Lf .-,,.o Hllffifl MCAulifff' LHHP Metcalf Carl Mills Allen Moore Mike Moore' Sharon Mullikin - " ,Mfr R L3 ' H ll . V . S l N X - 1 K Bill Nolan Dana Norton -UN Jane Norton Gail Ormsbec' 7 X Pat Paddock Ella Powell L 3642 1 W is QQ t t X' it Q 'N' A.. . S , ,A 1 lk ' ' xi 'W' I, l .K ,, lf, " t 5 t T N , ' it i I L' 1 WF ' 1' 'f N i Billce Prim' James Price Dorthy Protingeier Carolyn Randle ,lorry Ray Terry Reynolds Y F Q' llonnin- llivlmrllfmm Nl.1rjuriv llivlmmml s o 'Q .x ar 'st- ,f f' -9 1 1 Riclmaral Rollin Kennvth Sanlmrg Judith Svhaulm Annie Schmidt rf' z ,lim Smith Stillman Topliss 'I X B Nlll K Donna Fquirrr-l , Y. X an .1 .ax .7 '- Y J 'I Judy Supanuxc F'-:B - 4- tr- I - ' 1 I YH A fa- - .Qi - ' - llunnu Huggf-r June- Russ TURN Rutlu-rfurml Y e. ' , - k X 1, y f fl' I L Alf'H't'l Svlwttrl Sandra She-purml Dlrk Silvz-rf Q-v' Sueanm' Te-ulme-r Mike' Tlwnmas Cllvnela T-wplixg ,., WSW . ll ' ' 1 47 '.f . ' 4 ' - . Bmldy W'-ng'-r Xallinv Townsley ,lean Tulin llvcky Yanmlvlwllrg Russel X-f'T'If'ZllT X X ,L '. . I ,. 47 Ji 6 :r Qs. 4 wig Whisnant Mr. R. Copple, Advisorg Bob Thompson, Vice Presidentg Don Hendricks, Treasurerg Miss M. Scufca, Advisorg Pearl Cardenas, Presidentg and Bonnie Caldwell, Secretary sl L- , kr Tw QOH' Ji Qs 1 xr l JXllI".1lllllll4UIl 41 Ruicm' xllxllll lctly Jurly lun Xlnlrivll Xllvn F0 , 'cl S nm Ball w' ' flwllll f' ' l Daisy Brown Kay Bunyan Sharon Button Bonny Caldwell Dottie Cannell Pearl Cardenes -,- -k rl ' Hr 'rbcrt :lldrivll Ng' ' Donald Xml:-rson Ella -fffhuf B li 1 ' Suiannc Barn: ,llm lmatr-4 J . ,f ' b l f: JI- 1 ,XXX Q Ruddy B.-.xkr-f "rf ' ,gh Bob Barton Pat Arthur ' , x W 4 v X Janim- B.-ll f' L Ss. 'fi I . f f , R V 1 Nathan Black 0- "' Larrx Bruvwn Nlarx B4 t1an L11 Boxer f1 X -rs . Myrna Brown ', Paul Brown 6. -l Marie- Bramson Bill Brush Kay Bullard 'x I 1 ' is l.uxn'l flllllf-s lmn lluugllltvrx ,lim ffnule-s l,uVn-llv llullin ,lncly Cnnruurl Ruby English P fx fr' 3 x W 49 xx T ' v..,.- V Bnlm lJry4ls'n llonalrl llukart Frankia Cuuchman Julil-t Fishvr ,lin1Flynn 81 lx Fmlu cle n Betty Deal 1 x 0: X' D n DPJllllW Q f' ' 'Klan 'xnn D1 t1l ':-' 'Q 1 3165 T! New X ,ggi N """' ,, Jerry Herman Buddy javernick Larry Johnson Verlee Kearns Kitty Sue Keltz Jerry Kitsmiller QI 'fig Jim Harrison Tammy Holman ,lerry Hovey Sharon Hegelhiemcr Don Hendricks John jaramillo Ellouisv Cipe- Harolml Harrison Arliss Hazelwood George Hill Bill Heard Carlton Hvffr Mary G wart na-y flilfnl i ' llilly Clarvia l arry Crm-gory lfilwarcl Cards-ls Ka i y G1-I rgv H Ill lfc'Ul'g:' l ill Sharon ililwon Brucv Hartman John Cray Maicla Hawl-:S i 9 .5 Q' 1 QF H Vivian Coarl john Hawka ' s 1- t A . 5 19-, gf' 5 'ii X Bl its ful fv- iN 7 x all 5 1 K 'G' . 5 llc-rman Klim- Kutlllwn Murplv l'z1I-y Kuifvr Samlra Kre-lah ,L 3 L. xl. 4. X xx llvn Martinvz 'gl 7 SUM, IM, jose-phinv Martinf-z X Ruth Kulz ' 1 N Xl S 'Q Kitty llvll Linclfr-lt Nlargif- l,r-fl ' N f'liffnl'1l Xlillglllr Kurt Nlotralf I In y " 7 Mem-1,-n Miller fllikv Moore- Bill Millard - Ralph I.lIlrL'tlIl 5 , f -'-us: " A Rulny Linfvott :mia 9- mv' 1 Peggy Mitvhvll Mary Mural:-5 Arval Horse Karvn Lomax joycf' Lopez la-ah Nr-lsnn Nelda Klciuliffe Barbara MrKinzie Elden Nz-wlwrry Yirgiv Newby ,lean Nldlullvn Gail Noland Marlene Ormsby Neil Pvtrie' fs l. i T ' x Joyce Shores Gail Smith Mary Smith Russel Smith Warren Smith Jay Sowle '!?"' E X X I Charle-nv Pruclor Nancy Rive N-. an '... X, John R1-1-ws Barlrara lie-agiun Xlim- Pri-wilt Eloise- Richards Gilbert RQWV Carole Simmons Gloria Smidt Augie Svharf David She-lton Fay Smith Delorvs Ruybalicl Larry Silvvrs Anna Sanchez Roger Saunders Don Quint Billv Hoy N Q , 3 gllilftlll l'1-ttinglill f,harIf-nw Ray llurle-vn l'uppm-rt -nnis l'nrth l'w"f'x llI'1t'1 rv-. Pansy Qm-1-n liewrly Rube-rts fi. 7: 4 ,jf ' . I 'z . . 'VP , Y-is P, " vv-v . ' S:-' . .1 . V ff x I ff? .. , " 52 E A Q 2 r PW 495 ' , w. an bs 1-4 E 1 I 1 . .fs Qc . X ab 'I' 5 . 1 Kay Spurr lruanm- Waggm-r Walls-r Spur linnnir- Str-wurl Clifford Vifatson S6 41 Hula Vlvllillllllrlbll -Him' WVVIWV " ' Flainf- 81001134 , , , In-roy Tvrry 7' Mlllun Tfjphss Kathlf-I-n W4-llmurn hr Betty Xwhlll' ' , ff, If X - 4 'x is 3 '. X Z I 6' 1 1 , iw P ' .QQ ' 1 wp L E' gl 1 Be-nm-lt W hlsnant Mila, Wpsmn Rohr-rt Winn-rs ,lay Trujllln SV' Y' A ,dy 1 ,- 1 xtgf Mvrle Tufkf-r Billy Yvhite Dali' Wvissd Faye' Wood A Larry l'nrPin Dorothy Valdvz IJW' W'lYOd Margie Yaldvz Tito Valdez Clara Woods Lonnir- Wuotvn Anita Vogelaar Lou Ann Wright Robert Zitnick A Wag 8 w OV A 45 . Ruin uuY Ax .m+0V lf, wall kwin! 1 'Y KX, ,ff Who hit the sour note? .116 I, Q Q I 2 A I K f . , f' fff Gil' f rgauizatious First row: Rita Fchws-ikharclt. Br-ve-rly llarrif. Nlarjurir Rutln-rforrl. Barbara Rim-liarmls. Fliaunal:-4' N'lm'Kinnon. Sl'I'0IlKl row: Alive- link:-r. Diane- Kr:-hs, Marilyn Sigzzifns. li:-tty ,le-nkins. Pvarl fiLlI'fll'IliiS, Joyce' Saunders, Xlr. llrown. 'liliiril row: Sm-nt! lfnrm-y, Hal l.inrlfc'lt. Yzil Taylor, jiin Erlinunrlsnn. Kvnneth Nicholas, Brill Yucuin. Hee-ml Xw'lIlllUllI'Il. Fuurtli row: ,luhn llarris. Rivharil Dvghazvr. john Cox. Jim Hows-ll. Sicl Collins. Dirk Clamp. Frank Anile-y, O jsffhx ' .4 ' " I LSI! l 1 ,X- .X - L. 5' K4 S rf Z :. 3' rf on '1 O 2 I W .. .. D' FD "1 2 . .. D' 5. V1 FD N -,tl U1 CD ,. C D.. FD 5 I" Q , C'- 5 2. IJ' W C- N 4 0 "1 K4 ID C F5 0 FD In YD FQ C Student Council nn-mbers take a few minutes from work to have- their pictures taken. A One of the school yearls highlights was the Red Feather Drive which the Council sponsored. They also gave a talent show. This year wasn't all work as the members found time to have a party at 0,Neil's Log Cabin. Doing a great job and having a lot of fun on the executive council were Nlr. Brown. Rita St-hwe-ikhart. Yal Taylor. Alice Baker. Sydney Hartman. and sitting Jim Edmondson. Marjorie Rutherford, Marylyn Sigafus, Daney Callaway, Pat Powell, Edna Wenger. Second row: Rita Schweikhart, Alice Baker, Beverly Harris, Diane Krebs, Dee Cerise. Third row: Mr. Rutherford, John Harris, Howard Holcomb, Lloyd Steele, Jim Scourp, Val Taylor, Miss Hubert. Fourth row: Rodney Mash, Willis Spanicek, Hal Lindfelt, Jim Edmondson, Jim Howell, Lloyd Maurer. . W . Rodney Mash, Rita Schwiekhardt, and Pat Powell, officers. To become a member of this society a person must be in the upper fourth of his class, This year's Honor Society had a mem- bership of twenty-five students. The Turkey Trot was the Society's biggest fund raiser this year. The money from the Trot is given in the form of a scholarship to a senior at the end of the school year. Mr. Rutherford and Miss Hubert sponsored this year's Society. X 5 4 3 . , V , I. ffl f , ' 'J Q' 'T M , if-4-rs: Kathryn He-rrcra, Joyce Kretchntan. lit-tty Jenkins, and l xr lyn lfortnf-r. D, 2. 'I A V a - .. . . ' 7 k 7 9 l 5 . l v ' v l l l v ' ' . V ' ' , ' m 1 ' . . , . . . , .. Q A - '- 7 1 q N '. - , , s . As the future breadwlnners of Nlontrose and under the sponsorshlp of Mr Ramev lhlS year s D E Club had a very successful year They sponsored bake sales dances and raffles ln order to attend the state conventlon at Denver thls Sprtng Fxrst row Joyce Kretchman Nancy Engltsh Kathryn Herrera Pnscllla Tafoya Evelyn Fortner Second row Darlyn Wright 'llargne Atwood Nlaryland Fcmder Batty ,lenkms John Ultbarn Wir Ramey Thlrd row Emma Culver Ramona Hill Dons Calloway Elsxe Abrahanson Emma ,loan Cox Carol Ha tmgs 72 1 Fidel HCFFPIH. Julia AYHQLOII. Joyce Sands. and Rexa Adair were this year's officers. This year under the leadership of Mrs. Gilaspey the Spanish Club accomplished many things. The purpose of this club is to practice speaking Spanish and to get familiar with Latin Americans' countries and customs. First row: julia Aragon, Clara Woods. Rcva Adair. Kay Davis. Priscilla Tafoya. ll:-atriuv Gallegos. Second row: Kenneth Mason, Rudy Alvarado, Fidel Herrera, Walter Martine-z, Mrs. Cillaspey. Third row: Ella Powell. Pat Paddock. Terry Reynolds. and Dolores Dilworth. if Ind, A 3, .i A- . J ' ei , ' ei? . -1' 1 M ' A ' if , e ' ' 3 gg t - . 1 yy J'fll2i.,,"E .Cr .I ' , K ilfiaitxfi Q V 3-Fifi? ii' x- ""' ' lt" -rjaiiws ua' - -2 4 , ,Q , we iw! . i J , 49. is " ,, ., , K'-i , Arr-ar' tx A -' " ll P x si' Q 3 - E .. :-V , t L 1' li 11 First row: llivk Clamp. Jim llowe-ll. lloh Bullinglon. Richard lh- Sham-r. Walter Hill. Jann-s l'ri4'4'. Waller Nlartine-L, Fm-vonrl row: john Harris. ,lohn flux. Frank Antley. David Shipley. Val Taylor. llivk Worint-ll. Ralph llonnf-r, Nlr. Yamlt-ventvr. Thirfl row: Nlr. fNICCal'fre'y. Don Kitthalc-r. Sitlnz-y Collins. Roln-rt llollingxshead. ,lim Holman. Larry Rainv. Tornmy Huniphrc-y. Kit Hamilton. Fourth row: Dirk Argnvlln. Paul lioyvr. llill Hake-r. Toni Rnthe-rforfl, Larrx lftlstrom. Sain Propvr, Rt-Q-ml Winhonrn. " I! "MN Clulm was started again this year under the leadership of Mr. lVlr:Caffery and Mr. Vanden-nter. This club is for Varsity Lettermen only. The purpose of this club is to promote good sportsmanship at all sporting events and to set a good ex- ample for the students of M.C.H.S. This year,s Club had over thirty members. Offivr-rs for this year were: lloli liullington. Ralph Bonner ,lim How.-ll. and llnli Holllrlglslivarl, 66 Cheerleaders Bob Johnson, Tommy Cray, Betty 0ffl""fS5 Diimf' Kfvlli KUY John on Nhaunalee McKinnon, and Annie ShlI'll'Y- Hllfl .ludy llolman. Pep Club again under the leadership of Mrs. Hoffman fulfilled its duties by supporting the teams of fNl.C.ll.S. This year something new was added, boys were given membership. The Cluh also had two boy cheerleaders. First row: Janet Clark, Lorene Del Tondo. Karen Lomax. Susan Barnes, Leila Arehuleta. Leta Cobble, Marie Branson. Virgie Lee Newby, Dottie Cannell, Jeanette Franks, Judy Allen. Lila David, Caroline Baur. Second row: Judy Holman. Tammy llolman. Faye Wood. Peggy Mitchell. Janice Matthews, Anna Farra, Pearl Cardenes. JOSH' DflT0mlo. Alice Prewitt, Nancy RiCP, Becky Vanderhurg. Billie Price, Shirley Bennet. Dolores Ruylmalid. Third row: Kay Bullard. Peggy W'isnat, Ruby Linscott. Kay liunyen. Kathleen Wellhorn, Elose Richards, Carol Hale, Eloise Cipe, Marlene Ormshee. Shirley Brown. Betty Deal. Alfreda Hotchkiss, Peggy Colt. Fourth row: Sharon Mullikin. Jean Tulin. Peggy Price, Mary Bostian, Eveleen Etchemendy, Carol'Abrahamson, Harriet McAuliffe, Charlene Proctor, Susanne Taubner, Kay George, Kitty Sue Lindfelt, Nelda NIC.-Xuliffe. Sharon Hegelheimer. Kay Sparr. Fifth row: Bea Gallegoes, Mryna Brown. Margie Lee. Sherry Cray. Patsy Clendening. Carla Dc-Vinny, Joyce Bauer. Idaine Cross, Lois Boyer. Leona Hunter. Clenda Topliss. Marybelle Chitwood. Mary Louise Dabney, Kay Davis. gt'llgllt'I', David - I I 1 , . Y ' t on First row: Judy Amir:-ws. llarlyn Wriglit. Kath:-lm-on Pauli. Nlarjie- Atwood. Bonnie, Caldwt-ll, Phyli- Millard. Chi-ri tlainmvl. Ne-lda Wright. jf-aniv Nldlullian. Sharon Button. Patfy Knift-r. Bt-tty Whitt-. Lt-ah Nt-lfon. St-vond row: Barbara Rivharda. Alivv Boy. Norma Yickr-rs, Vivian Hornyak. Lan-nv llelulio. Nadine- Townsley. Luanne Wag- ne-r. Kathlvvn Nlarplr. Elsit' Abrahamaon. Dorlw-n Popp:-rt. Cloria Smidt. Carol Hastings. Bt-ve-rly Rohm-rtf. Cleo Trn- jillo. Third row: l'at Pow:-ll. lliant- Kr:-bs. llarrir-tt Lvv. Barbara Catlin. lilaint- Wuokula. Nlarlt-nv llawks. joyt-at 'I'rssitort'. Bonnit' Elliot. :Xulrm-y Hill. Judy Snpanic. Bar- 7904 First row: ,lc-wvl Shottlv. Bob Cammc-l. Bu-tty .l0hnSUI1- johnny Hawks. Bill Roy. Cornvt llarks. Shaunalc-e Mr- Kinnon. Stow L1-in Bill Millard. Fr:-d Flowvrs. Annit- Smidt. Bud Bvckf-r. Jerry Lutz. Second row: Bob Barton. Dirk Burtis. Patil Boyrr. jimmy Fvorup. Monty Elliot. Larry lfdstrom. Bob Knifor. Bill Corn. Bill Baker, Sam Props-r. Bob Atwood, Jimmy Fostf-r. Kit Hamilton. Di:-k Argut-llo. Third row: Tom Rutherford. Larry Ford,.RuS- sell Smith. Jack Ainboden. Skip Mills. Bob llakvr. Bob Johnson, Lonnie Wooten, Don Hendricks. Jack Lutz, Herbie Aldrich, Bill Workman. Bill Robt-rtson. Kr-n Nicholas, Walt Hill. Fourth row: David Fhiplvy. Cranvillt' Gag:-. Rivhard Dt-Shale-r. Coky Hartman. ,lamvs Privv. bara Clown. Kay lt-nnings. Sh:-lia Tuvl-ivr. Fourth row: .lanivc Bt-ll. Majorim- Richmond. Corlifs Hamilton. Char- lotte Bowl-n. Elizvlwtli Rim-. Charlvttf- Smith. Btftty Crifft-5. Judy lffllis. ,ludth Cant. Clara .lo Alle-y. joym- Bullard. Kay Bishop. Fydnt-y Hartman. Nlarlt-nv Sylw-str-r. Fifth row: Tc-rry Br-nalds. Una Wliitnwr. Kay Seaglvr. Carol T1-ssinan. Rosalof- Williams. Sylvia Zunistvg. Sharon Cib- son. Donna Yarbt-rry. Shirlt-y Covington. Pat Sparr. Lula Mat- flill, Anita Yogvlar. Trndi Saudvr. Sandra Slllllll1f'T5. Marlc-nr Sylwitr-r. fillf'l'I'lt'3tll'I'r art-. le-ft to right: Br-tty Johnson. Shaunale-1' McKinnon. and Annie- Smidt. Bob Thompson. Frank Dunn. Donald Lohr. Nc-il Petrio. llarel Hardy. He-rb Ceorgi-. john Cox. Tom Ennis. Tom Humphre-y. Fifth row: Loo Ormv. Pat Kavanaugh. Don Phillips. Chuck Cwin. Charlw Ray. Charlos Lavkoy. Brim- Sandburg. Bob Yocum. Howard Georgia Ernr-st lfidon- bodon. Nt-d Smith. Slanlvy :Xndt-rson. Rivhard Nicclvary. Hal Lindft-lt. ,lov Abramo. Larry Andi-rson, Harold Mit- clit-1, Sixth row: Jvrry Wakf-fic-ld. Harry Prvwilt. Richard Parke-r. ,lim He-rman. Larry lieoun. Carl Skoglund. Leo Fortrier,.Jimmy Harrison, Ronny Stowart. Lyle Elison, Donald Anderson. Frm-d Barn-t. Lf-vi Hawks. Bill Becker. ,lim Godby. Don Morris. Lane- Haskill. Sc-vt-nth row: Frank Culver. Waldo Bvarlvt-. Miko Wt-stop, T1 . QV 4, sw- r-' 1. :Q f . I' . ,g, First row: Nancy Metcalf. Pat Paddock. Sherri Chamartin. Sylvia Bat:-s. Marilyn Sigafus, Mr. Ramey. Second row: Kurt Metcalf, Larry Edstrom. Bob Knifer. llc-nis Porth. Edward Gardels. Jim Bates. Mr. Bonan. Third row: Lane Metcalf, Jerry Zuhizarrc-ta, Ted llroods, Jack Harry. Richard McCleary. Fourth row: David Lace-field. Wm-s Bush. Marvin .-Xllvn. We This yearis Rifle Club under Mr. Bonan and Mr. Ramey was a busy one, having many matches. Besides having a regular Rifle Club. a boys' and girls, team was organized with good results from both. The club also joined the Na- tional Rifle Association. Office-rs: ,Is-rry Zubizarrm-Ia, Nancy Mi-tc-alf Wfcs Bush. y Marilyn Sigafus, and PIT! row Jerry W altfflcltl Unk Wiorlzmg Harry Prcmtt Orlu Duron Ronnxe Sttvuart Gcorge Huntlu Allen Hur Richard Hawk Haruv Town lu Walter Hlll Mound row Bm nm lt W1 nat Pultl Herrera Charln Rhodt Danny wllllt John Rcue Jerrx Kxtmlller Tim Rutherford Ralph Lm Cott Alfon 0 luccro Nlr Numzr Thml row 'Nhlw We ton Rudy Alwaradn Rawmond gllllfh lack Hlltman wllll Spanluk Lunnn Wooten Bobbs Jacob en ,lack Lutz Rodnex Nia h Archery Club at N1 C H Q hac grown under the leaderchlp of 'Vlr 'Nomar to the extent that he has to hate two drffcrent clubc TueQclas Q and Thuredas Q e onlx f6ql1lI'LIll6Ill for entering llllg club 1 that xou hare a bon and Come Qu If in "- Q-it X ni Q Q pai Offlcer Orlew Dlxon Rawmond Nnuth Walt Hill Wllll Npanxce-lt and Rodnes Nia h W' ' ' . 'S 'S. ' ' l ' H S, ,' ' ' . 1 . ' ' 5, , s , - ,, . '. ' ': . " 'S , ' , 1' .' ', ' ' , "'s "1', '- 'l -. j S . " . s. Th 5 ' - ' 1 - 'S P - , BITOWS. H lf L 5 L S17' V .2 A . 1, - I wg . 14:1 E i 'Im , I,-' , 1 , ., - 3 Af' ,N ' f . V P f ' V' Q2 N H vi fi: ,. , ' , -I fl I I. 45'- ' Q J xi ' Y 4 lb +I: , ,f .,,'u1' 1' S - 'a H sv ""+' ' X- ! l ts l - , ' - ' ' ' ' . " 'sf ' '. '. S. s: , - . - f - Officers: Lloyd Steele, Scott Corey. Wayne Brown, Marvin Allen. Tommy Cray. Wayne Maurer. Standing: Dallas Collins, Mr. Clark, and ,lim Lyon. This year's chapter sweetheart, Marlene Hawks. E l 4 .5 J 'I-c-4:'::!' ?,?,,4, Being one of the biggest organizations in M.C.H.S. the F.F.A. has accomplished many things this past year. Some of this year's activities were the stock show in Denver, helping needy families, and picking "spuds" for money for the club. This year's Chapter Sweetheart was Mar- lene Hawks. Mr. Russel Collins and Mrs. Harrison were Chapter Honorary Father and Mother. .gm N X gina., Q , . 'fbi' , 1 - ' 2 J --1 , .dv ' ,f ,NYU-' .' syn X!! 1 ,,?,1., . lirxt ww: .lt-nt-I Srlmttv-I. :Xtigiv Svliurf. Fr:-rl Dunlvy. Tliirtl row: Larry Fnrrl. Skip Xlillk. Wallavv flatlin. Kvn- altt-r Fpwiw. llallai- Mullins. Nlarlvm- llawk. Larry Har- neth Bishnp. Clvn Lutz. ,Ili-nnif Hulmln-ll. ll:-rman Kline. rtnpinn. l,t1rry Winn-ra. llliffnr- Watfun. Harry Dc-Juliet. ,lim Foster. Lvlancl Huwartl. llvl Wir-vl. Fourth rmvg -vtmtl ww: link-Q-l Yi-inmiu, Nlikv Mmm-. john llr-ntlt-r- Kenna-th Santlliurg. llnwurtl l.in-mtl. ,Ulf-n Nlwflv. Erin un. fftirltwn llw-r. l'at .'Xrtln1r. julin Hawks, Bill Roy. Loc' Gleason. Felix De-lulin, K1-nnvtli Lytm. lhtnalcl .Xmlt'rfon. mul. llnnziltl lluknlurt. lluroltl llzirrisnn. Nlr. Clark. Bob Tll1JII1IJSftH.Ki'IlI1j'CTBYS. lirft rtbwi ,lini l.yutt, l.luy4l Sl4'l'lt'. XlllTYlIl Allvll. Scott 5011, Laury Bingham. Lg-fuy Lynn. Ibm-id Rig-Ilmnmll My urs-y. Nlr-. llzirrisun. Mr. fl0llinF. Nl3Tl4'll4' Hawk. XVHYTN' Clark. Third row: Jim Hwlnian. Frank llf- julio. I-aw-rt-1100 liruwn. Wziynt- lxlZlllI'1'f,R0lli1llll llarringlnn, Ft-vund row: Kaylar. Ll-yi Hawks. Hamm lim,-4,1-,il Daryl W,-l,,-rl llf-wvy llwytl. lllvli llf' Julio, lion Nlurris. liutvh Cliristiv. Clarviicv Watson. Frank llunn. ifliarlt-5 l.ar'ke'y. liriw Jtivk .'kIl4ll'1'WS. ,lint Flowt-rf. juz' fi21llt'gllN'F. Wlt'SlPY Rftllin- Sarltlllurg. O rr t r s df! ru 1 lt u 4 0 I Iidrrn XII Xu 4 an Tulm Nhcrsl Tucker IIarI1dr.1 flnen Ivlxa I ck r In 0 1 Doro IX run: und rms Nhe rrw C ras Carla I I Inns u 1 1 ' YI1IIdr1 Ilanx fallasxas cncIa Topll tuna Hunter IJ.1n.1 'Norton N CIIIIQ I wn In lam xbfdldlll un Xucru N .lron I llIIlIxIl'l Nhaunalu 'NImK1nnon Sxdnu Hartman Nu lt In tam I'uurtI1 row ara Auf Uarjurn Ruthzrferd IJQI1 rm on 'Nona I utr ex K1 Q war 1 u Wxnbourn Jun Edmund on Juhn Hdrrl Nandra Summer Trudx Souwlcr Iula CIII I'1fth rovs ans Norton Ewrctt Acton L1rmId Nvvdlll Inks Harlnmn Ilxmk IIUYII 'N 1I Pt K x Nea xr fan I :NI Ilarrel Hardx ,Ioan Hutton Nallx John un 5675 F' s ov: NI' 1' L v NI'IIs. Ali " Hake-r. IJ nnu 5 luirn-II. Pat I' ve-II. ' "lt . Iliff '. Je ' . Q -1' ' . ' ' " fc " . S1 ' "u"1'. I 'tty J hnsmn. LI1' 'I' ', 9:-1' 'z .' - 1' I Q' ' lm- " IQ'-Im-n EI'I1'l1lI4Iy. Ihylifs , ' ' I. ' 1' I' ' ' Diane Krvbs. Buddy javvrnick. Stow- Lvv. Cornvt Ilarks. Dm- flvrife-. 'I'I1ir1I row: Janiw- xIllIIIlQ'WS. 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Bvnylifl . . .af ' du- 5' ,ms in ' 'nu lllunll Q' rv 'vm Y , Q0 K xh. n On? 0 Thespians. under the direction of W. C. Cray. had a very successful year. This year the Thespians presented the junior Class. the Senior Class, and all-school plays. The-y also sponsored a drama workshop. Modern Dance. also sponsored hy the Thespians. had a very busy year giving performances at Thanksgiving, Christ- mas, and Carmen in the Spring. Besides giving plays the Thespians also sponsored many wx' NA.. E1 L X Il tIHIIl Ill' lklllllll ffm- plw 44 ff ' If The- Ing lllmnvnl in fiilnln-rcllu, Ea 0 ii . ii' ' I 4 I I A: '- J ' ' .3 t x xt 'f ' Q 39' 1 5. 2 n 1 . nv ' N . ' ai, , V C I lv Offlcrr llosd 'Nlaurcr xlilffl Norman and Rmlnm Nla h First row iharle Powvll JIITI Coat John Cray Nfd qlllllh Stanlu Xmleron Rwhard N11 Edetrom Jerrv Klt miller Bruce Hartman Call Qmlth 'Nic-lun Topll Don Dejulm Thxrd row Rodney Nlah John Huntlew Jack Harrv Tommw Enm John Flwnn Edward Foechterle B111 Heard 'llr Cond Fourth row Nlorrli Norman Frank Home Bob Nlalln .llm Flxnn Harold Nlnchell Lloyd Nlaurcr Johnny 'Nia arottx Joe Mnromo li .AQ 4 Thu yearc Sclence Club meetlng on Thuradays Wai attended by over thlrts fue studentQ The club under Mr Good dld many thmgs such as electrlc experlments and asaemblmg electrlc hram: ' x 'T-lk ,, ..- 1 .. ft, x 'ga 'I Q ' F ft: "' sf a."f, rx AL,gm5.x-,lar 6 gi' l ' ' if ry ' .L V 4 I ' A I ir X A1 - Y A ! U I. , ..s ql . , ,I W i " I 1 l I 0 Cleary, Don Kitsmillvr. Second row: Cilhf-rt Rope-r. lfldon Ne-wherryl Rolwrt Cfmrtm-y. Larry W l Z I ' 5' ' : , , A, . Q 4 . 1 9, , ,- 1 ' n "nj ' 7 I H H ' P fi I1 u S ' .s l I V 4 ' . , 1 Q . ' , . . - v . ,-.Y ' 5 7.71.1-K First row: June Ross, Julia Prottr-ngeier, Sylvia Zuinslvg, lim-tty' Stringer, Lillian Dixion. Patsy Martin. Judy Fisher, Judy Ellis. Corliss Hamilton, ldane Cross. Second row: Dorothy Valdez. Shara Arvliulf-Ita. Lois Boyer. Mary Louise llalmey. llonnif- lflliot. Nlarylin F1-ndt-r, Joyce Saunders. Sharon Button. I.ila :Xt'c'l111l4'tla. Chr-ri Cuininvl. Pegggy Colt, Third row: llr-tty Linsey. lic-cky Yanrlf-nlmurgz. Mzirle-iiv llawks. Annie- Smidt. Lorem- IJ:-Julio. jmly Holman. Aliw- Hoy. Marjorie- Lev. Nlary Ann llisivl. Carla Holman. Caylia Nc-wlierry. lfourth row: Joyce Tessitore. llarliara llivhards. Shirley llovington. Joyvr' liZlll4'T. Sharon llrilt-s. lflainr' hvlltliillii. lluth Linseott Mary Lou Mills. Georgia Hoy, l'at Gibbons. Dane-y Callaway. and Nlrs. Ball. The purpose of this club is to learn to live hetter today in order that the memliers and their families will live better to- morrow. To have fun at work and play might be this elulfs motto as they help the firemen at Christmas time and sponsor many ac- tivities. Mrs. Ball is the sponsor. Officers for this your wt-rv. seated: Marilyn l"4-mlcr. Georgia Roy. Pat ililnlnons. l.illian Dixion Mary Louise Dabney. Bonnie- Elliot. Standiiig: Annie Smidt. Marla-no Hawks, Joyce Tc-ssitore Marjorie Lev. Shirley Covington. Becky Vandvnlmurgr. Joyce Saunders. and Mrs. Hall. V1 1 T' Offiu-rf lhif yvar wx-rv: ,laiiiv Nurlmi. llvlty Alvnkiiix. Julia l'ruIIe-n- gm-im-r. lim- lit'l'lFl'. Shurwvn jnlln-on. 5lu-lnm lnmnn, Ruth l.in-vwll. Nlarjnriv Rutlivrfuril. unil wutwl. Nli-x llnlwrt, ln thvir seconcl year of being an organized clula. thi- l".'li.:X. lmust thvse- urlixitie- National liclucation Week and all of this year! l'am-nl! Nights. Nlr. llwrtun anrl Miss lluhert spunsnrecl thi- vlulv. lfir-I row: Nlr. Hmluri. Yul lliaiylwlr. l.zirry lluriingllwn. llie-lx lllannp. l"runk .Xntlv-5, lillll Nli llulwrt, S1'4'Ullll rnw: Wunrlu lliilllllllll. llnrix Ilullmsay. Nlaxry ,ln .'xIJIN'lllilllA. llvtly ,la-nkin Sharon P1-Itvngxill. live- Cvrisc-. 'l'hirrl ruw: lfwlwn Fwrtm-r. Runwmi Hill. Nlurjnrie- Rntlif-rfur Dorothy Pruttf-nge-ir-r. Norinu ,lwvlin-un. ,lunr Nurtini. l"onrIh rms: Shvlnia lnlnain. ,luliu l'r4+Itv' gf-ivr. Ruth l.inQcuII.Fllzirnn,luhn-nn..l11nv RIIFN. unfl Put llllllllllfli. N 17 if 44, E 2 v uf sfxny ',,, x Q, Q .513 K .Fm l 4 Q , f ww 6 Q.: f fa 3 vv 'L 173.7 ' ' -fe fb ' w '-J fe W ' ji, L iiafi' ff' Q"V3 5' . '43 Y If KR N 6 " . ' 1' x 'I if , M + 1' Rf T - V 7 Q a w w , W V7 . , 3 . m f X get ti' 3 il, If K hi . , - ' E my-A -M x N . . 7 X h R -, sig? vl 1 5 6 !-ein' vm a. 'L ffizi. Fw I A'f'rf3 f 4? -Q V: ! wh .3 Y Q I XW1 1,'11,'g.f E,1l'm, l.vl1fPfv1IIl.lI ffrlilnr Business Manager and lfanl.'l.'ea'1wr DICK CLAMP and EIJNA WENCICR lplqjg qjlwxulr IJ,-XNICY 4IXI.I.XXX'XN J 9 71 wr ivff' r x ldfl' 1 1111 r N1 Tl 1 u 1 1 arr 1 ll 1 1.11111 ll 111 Ill 1 f 1 1 1 111111 11 III 1111 r 1 1I'Il 1 1 1 1 1 1 II tx N111 R Il 1 Nlr R.1l11l1N 11 1.111 D111 PH NI111 ll N u 1 111 It Ua 141.11111 NLTII1 1121 11111 1111 N11111 Fd xlllllllltf 1k 11111 1 1 P J Il N At the head of this year! annual were-1 Sandra Summers. Sharon Nlullikin. Dee Cf-rise. Daney Callaway. Standing: Dirk Arguello. Divk lflainp. Edna Wenger. lohn Harris. This year under the direction of Nlr. Skov the annual staff succeeded to put out the biggest annual in about ten years. Editor of this vearis annual was Dick Clamp. The other departments were headed by the followingzi Assistant Editor and Organizations Editor, Dick Arguellog Seniors, Daney Callaway: Faculty. Nancye Metcalfg Underclasses. Sharon lVlllllllCll'lQ Sports. John Harrisg Favorites, Dee Ceriseg Activities, Sandra Summersg Advisor, Mr. Skov. First row: Sharon Klullikin. Nona White-ly. Delores Wilson. Dee Ci-rise, Danvy Callaway. Edna Wenger. Second row: Betty Jenkins. Betty Stringer, Ennna Cox. Elise Abrahamson. Carol Hasting, Reva Adair, llr. Skov. Third row: Dick Clamp. Lillian Dixon. Alici- Baker, Nancye Metcalf. Linda Swain. Kitty Lindfelt. Fourth row: Dick Silvers. Dick Arguello, John Harris. Ron Lutrell, ll lm 1utllflrNx1zr1s ch 0 11 - I -E' , wxw: ,gr- LN- Age: F152 2 14 5 5? mr 1 I Zhu' wg.. ' Lv 'Qt ' 'V QW' , Yvfvt W 1, I -I "' if mf ' e J. if, "add: W l , an xi 'Lk get ,, -W ' 5 K" 12"-" 1'-1 'FE 51, f ,, af- ' 4, N 'n Q- ' .4 ,gl V' Q -, W , . ,psi vlh Nw 7 .4 ' ' , 2:3 47 1 s . 1 ' A x 9 A h 7' ' ' u W? ,5 I is i A W A I' wr En .13 if 1 f o 5 M 'lf' ' 'ff' Sk i Y tlzletics ' edm 1 2 . I - 1,4 ' I I I I . L 1 1 ,v uaull ,ifllylvv ,, -U 1 Qalifi' I I Idrms M11 IDU" "Jil ' ' - .i. b r- I against ROR IIIILLINGTON DAVID SHIPLEY M, 5 mr. BOB HOLLINGSHEAD RICHARD DESHAZER JIM HOLMAN lik Indian Iaillmark .Iohn flux hrf-aks through the- Grand ,Iunvtiun te-am for a first down. WALTER MARTINEZ WALT HILL if P R f I JIM PRICE VAL TAYLOR ,,. -'5 " 1 ' ' 'Et'?:F.-G4 , ,-. ' , i B' , ,E x Fw L? i l. 2 l 'F 1 Mx K' 4 Wm at Q., g,-+V - L Q X M- '- we his . . I' -:P ' fm ,f l,.l'.. Larry Rainf- ' 'lr .- l..'I', Ralph lirinnr 1' W W, y l..tl.Ji1nHnlman 4 I KH. ,lim l'riw V "QQ f 5 "1,j"f. Jim Howl-ll gf sig! ,ffm Ii.l'f. Brill ilnlliiigxlivzul M ' ' Hur-k Walt:-r Nlurtim-z V V 1 liavk Vlfultr-r Hill - JOHN RUR lim-k Rm-fl Winlzrvurn V V llurlg Yul 'liuylwr FRJXNK f35'1'L1'15 Bark David Shipli-y P f . 'A 4 I i V Q. Qyfii' 4 Q ,. " 1 .I 5' qigfnf 1 2 .ve X 'i l-., i N' " lx 5 n , .fx I liz' Y-f. .t 1 'ff , ff - , N , ' Q-ny .f-Q2 1 W- 1--A if-,mi Q ' 5 ' 5 5 'A if an .Q . V 9 , A- l I 1.-an f 4 5 ' JOHN HARRIS JIM HOWELL RALPH BONNER LARRY RXINE 1" .N .1 , 'F' : " n Rlllll1'I'l'lll'tl. Dick .'Xrgm-lln Hlalizigt-rfl. llvrh Ge-orgy-, Kvn Nflinli. Cary Smith. Carl l1r,t IIN. l1ft to llrlll lm 1 Mills. .lim Fnstvr. Bill Corn. Ray Smith. Paul Boy:-r Qlunagi-r, Sr-muul ron: Bob Moss Vfraim-rl. John McCaffrPy JSS5' v' ' '1'-' z 4 ' 1 lr'-. Nlurxin Xllr-n. ,lim Holman. Rirhartl Ilvfhazf-r. John Harris. Charlvs 4X lltmt Udflit, 1.1 lug llirtmm. .lm ,1Ll I ul-.tx Rid Vnllin Frank Xntlr-v. Yul 'llivlur fliff Y-imlf-wntf-r ttkrn-lil Third rms' Farl Wnml- Harulil Xlrlvrman, Xl'mrfmclS'.S1artii1e'z. lizilt Hilli Jltllil ffnx, Jiin l'lmi'vll. Iizilph iiUl'll'I1'T.'lgllll lilllliflylftll. llaxiiml Shiplfffi Bob Hoilingshc l,urry Ruinv. L 1 I K ad. X I fx Q gi. l A lx A as T? 1,14 Loaf h H 2 ' l ILIFF Y.-XNlJEVlCN'l'liR Xi .1 X- I N67 lloarll ,Q .1011 Y vffrn-A 1 EWR' A r 1.21 Y . .' XHUV' 1' 1'1fEY ly' Y QLUGVEOVVXXA Us-1R fT""'A i ' ' T110 RFB lf-'19 ROC . lfntering eluss ".-MXN 1-oinpvtition for the first time the O indians showed ability to me-et larger schools on the , 6 gridiron and win or lose they showed they had a hard- vuvvng? , 13,5 working team which is Q-x'irlt-im-ml by a regular season 7 C.v0mlqm 'X rec-ord of lite wins against three losses. UUA. if, X ' V '5 0 Rigid' "fc , 1 I rl -Nimwttllllgx .. f U Qlllitvl 'sit ixt..ut'0i Qotilxxitwllllb X0 ivaonkil xmxqtiofk f V 20 Mmkor-" '53 Q, I Tux K' V -lb . . . . Ntouicosv V5 Quits-'l. Www,,.-ii In 1'fJIll.l'l'tiIlf-'Ui standings the lIlilliiIlS plaeed third ln the 'xwutmst-h is Q.-iikov-- Rest:-rn 1llXlSlHll of tht- South Central League. The mein- Niiwnttnieiv , bers of the league 1-onsist of Grand Junction. Durango, 'Stuart-ir Cortez. and Xlontrose. The indians were under the capable guidance of Coach Cliff Vandeventer who began his first year of coaching at Montrose. - 7 7mm Third row, left to right: Lee Ford, Allen Moore, Dick Burtis, Bob Jacobson, Kenny Bishop, Ronald Stuart, Carleton Ht-er, Roger Saunders. Billy Wright, Bob Johnson. Second row: Cary Thomas fAssistant CoachJ, Billy Millard, Fred Flowers, Jack Einhoden, Robert Robins, Felix Dejulio, Jim Bates, Billy Roy, Dallas Collins, Wallace Catlin, Rockne Copple fCoachD. First row: Larry Silvers, Harold Harrison, Jack Lutz, Lee Fortner, Bob Thompson, Jim Harrison, Russell Smith, John Reeves, Cornet Barks. Seated on ground: Paul Brown, Jewel Schottel, Mike Weston, Bob Gamble, Jim Coats. ,-at -,WX l,?2Ssi-uv ,..... . A 1 XF' ' - 1 JL HE: 11 5. IHCNH KJICUIUWI KICN NIVHUI5 HICICIJ WINISUIYRN SIIJ fIOI.I.lNS JIM IVOSTIQR 1-I", 1 I F' pei' w f ff 5 -av vw HXRI. Nlll.I.S IiII,I,1lHRN 12R'XNYlI.I.IC KLMLE KIOKI-QE ll-XHTNIXN fQlI'Xlil.lCS LHIKIQ ' 'Rh-11 fn S-1' , , I 'UHF 'filllff by, ' Hdd 'if N"Vf'raI Indian "'!5lSi'lwQP' .Vfrf ffulli V I V .,Ki.'l.rg, 1, 'X 8 il 2: , , HN llrvalg, ,I ' 1 yy, ' J yy V dbx fur a lung Wai ' b II all IJHOMH 5 .xj I VO sl -.. s wink.: L -A K , Y 5 WE J? , R U XIONIT SMITH DICK W'URMIfI.l. MARVIN -'XIALEN 5 0- fm. '5- 5,-.rf -va-. 41 'iii fl I , G., , 'V HAROLD AI,I7IiliMfKN EARL WOODS DICK ARGI'FI.I,O PAIVI. BUYER TOM Rl THIZRFORD Q 3 f..UIIl'h I .IOIIN Nlvff.-Xl"l"Rlft -3 ...,v, Com-11 f,Ull1'll RALPH SKOV CART 'l'll0NI.'NS Courh CLIFF VAN IJEVENTEB Guiding the Indians for the second time. Coach John McCaffrey led the basketball team to a seven win and eleven loss record for the season. The Indians started the season strong but fell clown for the remainder of the season. Returning lettermen were Jim Howell, Larry Raine, and Bob Bullington. Other members of the team were Bon Luttrell. Val Taylor, Don Bitthaler, Sid Collins, Walt Hill, Pat Kavanaugh, Bob Webb, and Granville Gage. First row. left to right: Ronald Luttrell. Val Taylor, Don Ritthaler, Walter Hill, Larry Raine. Back row: Pat Kavanaugh, Granville Gage, ,lim Howell, Bob Bullington, Bob Webb. JIM llUXY'l-21.1. 7 BOB BVLLINGTON ii? YA I. 'IIX Y IARKX R XINE LOR 1-l.1il...- Montrose ,,,,,,7,..,,., , Nlontrosen. Montrose 7.,7,, 7A,., 7 Montrose ,V..7,,7r,A7., Ffuita -Y -Y ffv---"-' Montrose , 47 Fruita , , , 58 Rlfle - --36 Montrose , 53 Glenwood 59 Delta Y- - -A-' 37 Montrose ,,,, 39 Delta , ,, ,, , 40 Olathe '--'- '--f - 43 Montrose, A , ,,o,, 37 Manuel ., , ,,,tr . N65 Montrose ,,,,,,,, ,,,t,, 45 Central ,, .50 RON LUTTRELL Seaeaa eddftd DON RITTHALER NH? lIUI.I.t Z fx I x L.. W.-Xlfl' H ll I CRfXNVlI.I.lf G.-Xflli P.-YI' KAVANA-Xl,'fQIi Montrose Central ,, Montrose Olathe , ,, ,, Montrose Durango , Montrose, ,,,,,, ,, Grand Junction ,Y,, ,T6 Montrose Cortez ,Y,, Montrose Cortez , ,, ,, ,, 51 Montrose Durango Montrose, ,, , Grand Junction ,62 Montrose Paonia ,..., B0B WEBB eddld PAIYL Borrn .llanager U SNR J- 'K . 1 if ll Coach MONROE HORTON SEASON Winning Montrose's first "A,-Y' state champion- NI 4 39 ship, Coach Monroe Horton and his victorious Quommbe Q6 wrestlers won three first. two third. and one fourth ilommie ' ' 22- place medals at the state tournamcnt. The lndians Xlommfe ' ' ' ' ,gl had an undefeated team during the season. They ' 'mlrme ' A also topped all other competition in the district and Montrose 45 - XI ' .N slope tournaments. Wrestlers who did a really out- Xlontrose standing job this year were: Vlioocly Martinez. Boli 31325225 ' " 'fin Hollingshead. David Shipley. and Bob Thompson. Montrose , .... 39 Au ie Scharf, Bill Baker. Bob Knifer. Kit llamil- g . Montrose . .... 35 ton. Ted Brooks, ,Inn Holman. Harold Alderman. Montrose . . O43 and Leo Orme all turned in fine performances Montrose Montrose Montrose . . . 43 during the season. . . O 31 l.Illll'lI liOifKNl'f fQHl'l'l.lf RECORD lfruita Palisade Grand junction South Denver Manuel 'i"Delta'Central Fast Denver Colden Delta Cortez Durango H'Fruita-Central Grand Junction Olathe ., 'H Splil Team First row, left to right: Sam Proper, Manager: Augie Sc-harf. Bill liaker. Walter Martinez, Bob Knifer. Kit Hamilton. Ted Brooks. Back row: Coach Roekne Copple, Bob Hollingshead. Davis Shipley. Jim Holman. Bob Thompson. Harold Aldernian. and Leo Orme. 0 3. A-an . cl- 3' 5? L1 ,rv W... . XI IQIIV Nl II XIII" IlII,I. 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Kay llullurcl. Ruby Linscott. Sally We-ln-r. Ralph I.insr'utt. Kay Sparr, K2llllll't'Il Nlarplv. -lf'll1lF"H- lllfly' lltrllfilllll. Wxnnla Xvflgllll. lufly lfiflwr. Sharon lluttfm. 'l'l1ird row: Flu-rry Cllilflllilfllll. l'4-ggy Juan Huttwn. flluriu Fmielt. Tummy Holman. B1-tty Ann Whisnat. Donna limlgc-rs. Nlajorif- Lf-e-, Dulnres Dilwnrth. -'llflVlf'h--'lllflfvl'Hill.R.Rif'l1:1rflf1,1n. Anna F1-wld'-. Alive llf-llfmntfv. Sxanlvy Amlc-r-nn. Ilolx K.. . . . 'vt 'u,, . , . . V , -.V , l . lv f 1 - f lA','l,'U1F'-'lf "fkf"."fl I ri :.4',.'a Ju- ' .3 I . :G l E 1 avorites .9 1: 3 M I fp in 'N wx- , if ' Q I W NEIL PETHIE KITTY SPE KICLTZ 0 f 'wif' I wiv---Q . U of JOHN COX BETTY JOHNSON ul-"""N ff- if N Wil '45 'Y V Q f Lf, 'cf X 5 .en - ,.l V, ,Qu 3? Q - WA gy 4' 'git n -Q . 3 gg?-fwf' '4 .gy X 3 Q35 ' X1 VAL TAYLOR SHAIWNALEE NICKINNUN I l "FN 1 F4 .AJ...-- - Rd aim! 1 Q. J L-rl JIM HOWELL ALICE BAKER O O S ALICE 34" 'si F4 . Q 'af 9? X. if ,iffy ww-P an gy .F N, gqfw W' Wan fzlcwey ,ffmzadl fm? f"'Qf 2,42 DIANE KREBQ XLICE BAKER if 'T PAT POWELL Q I f 654 0 I 1 I ' V iv Y - . .X 5 ,. x ,- -fa ' 'J-'f.., '- , 1 ' -.2 r 551 23 'V -Q h 5 ' V fwlif ., f , I .Q . 5:9 , Q., , ,.-vw r , ,. - 4, W .uw-of-5' FN , ... . ,A .- fgimg ,.,.,.N . fn 'Ixhr-y mufl haw Nuvrw-cl Entranvingzly cool! lv Chasing women can be utterly boring. if-M,-,.V. f. ......, . Nlr. llalmllfvn I'!'al lwoml Iirr-akfa-I Y- 'Y Brahms never hall it so good. One way to make money. It's a bird. Parvnts' night. 6x W One of the earlier school fires L 9 ' ,,,,,:,-:-.111 ....., Band for 'FL QHHCI 81-t for if f . -,J . W 01159 n and C andidat if Cs. 1 .r1 v 9 kg cffwn 5 Xa xx - . Quee x0nd50H S 906 em B059 Quffvn Judy reigns uve-r home-coming Yresidenx, sw W' ' Homecoming Royalty Dee Cerise Shaunalee McKinnon Alice Baker Hvtty johnson Alicv Prvvvilt Quvvn Judy Holman l25 ELSIE I-'AYIC ABHAIIANISUX: Pep Club l. 2. 3. 4: Dance Club 1. 2. 3: Chieftain Editorial 3. 4: Annual Staff 3: DIC 4. JOE ABRAMO: Dance Club 1: Model Airplane Club 1: Spanish Club 1: Science Club 2. 3. Sec- retary 3: Freshman Class Treasurer. SHIRLEY ANDHEWVS: Dance Club 4: Pep Club 4: Librarian 4. FRANK ANTLEY: Football 1, 2. 3. 4: Baseball 1, 2. 3: Basketball 1, 2. 3. Captain 2: Student Council 2. 3. 4: Dance Club 2, 3, 4: Sophomore Class President: Hoinerooin President 2. 3: Mod- ern Dance Club 3: Thespian Pledge 3, 4: Junior Play Cast: Senior Class President: Senior Play Cast: FTA 4: "M" Club. NORMAN ATWOOD: ALICE BAKER: Pep Club 1. 2, 3, Vice President 2, 3: Cheerleader 2, 3: Editorial Staff 4: Ad Staff 3, 4: Thespian Member 3, 4: Modern Dance Club 3, 4: Triple Trio 3: Mixed Chorus 4: Student Council Treasurer 4: Senior Class Secretary: Homeroom Secretary 4: Flag Bearer 2: HCity Slicker and Our Nellw 3: Senior Class Play: Cotton Ball Queen 3: Girls' State Alternate 3: DAR Can- didate 4: Homecoming Queen Candidate 2, 4: Honor Society 4. VICKIE BIEBER: FHA 1. 2. 3: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Club 2, 3. TRASSA BLAIR: FHA 4: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Club 1, 2, 3: Band 2: Mixed Chorus 2, 4: Senior Class Play: Honor Society 4. RALPH BONNER: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 2, 3, 4: FFA 1, 2: Dance Club 2, 33 Pep Club 45 "M" Club, Vice President 4. Nancy and Betty English C lorado's Communify N fworlx KUBC MONTROSE DELTA K R A I Craig K S L V Mon+e Visfa THE SPORTS VOICE WESTERN COLORADO BARBARA CATLIN: Pep Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Dance Club 1. 2. 3: Trombone Quartet 2. 3. 4: Brass Quartet 4: Tliespian Pledge 3: Lyre Club 3, 4: Homeroom Vice President 4. DICK CLAMP: Dance Club 1. 2. 3: Chieftain Ad 2. 3. 4. Editorial 3. Assistant Business Manager 3. Business Manager 4: Annual Staff 3, 4: Foot- ball Manager 3. 4: Basketball Manager 3: Track Manager 3: "MU Club 4: FTA 4: Student Council 4: Thespian Pledge 4. SID COLLINS: Dance Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Band 1, 2. 3. 4. President 4: Cornet Quartet 1. 2: Brass Quartet 1. 2: Cornet Trio 1. 2. 3. 4: Brass Sextet 1. 2. 3. 4: Football 2. 3. 4: Basketball 1. 2. 3. 4: Baseball 2, 3, 4: Boxing 1: Ad Staff 2, 3: Lyre Club 2, 3, 4: Brass Quintet 2: Annual Staff 3: Brass Choir 1. 2. 3: Student Council 4: l'lVl" Club 4: Pep Club 4: Homeroom President 4: All- School Play 2: All-State Honor Band 4. EDWIN COMERER: Baseball 1: Basketball 1: Football 1: Dance Club 1, 2, 3. 4: Class' Presi- dent 1. EMMA JEAN COX: Pep Club 1: Dance Club 2: DE Club 3, 4: FHA 1. ROBERT CRAWFORD: Dance Club 1, 2, 3: FFA 1. 2, 3: Wrestling 1, 2, 3, 4: Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. ROBERT CULVER: FFA 1, 2: Dance Club 2, 3, 4: Art Club 4: Archery Club 4. ROBERT DEJULIO: Dance Club: FFA. WAYNE BROWN: FFA 1, 2, 3, 4, Executive Member 3, District Reporter 3, Chapter President 4, State Sentinel 4: Band 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, Vice President 4: Track 1: Wrestling ll: Dance JOYCE B1'l.l.ARD: Eckley. Colorado 1: Cirls Softball. Volleyball. Tumbling 2. 3: Sopliomorz Class Treasurer: Junior Class Secretary: Cheer- leader 3: Pep Club 4. i BOB BLLLINCTON: Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Basket- ball 1: Track 2. 3. 4: Thespian Pledge 3. 4: FFA 1. 2: Dance Club 2. 3: Sophomore Class Treasurer: "M" Club Treasurer 4: Dance Club 1. 2. 3. 4. VFESLEY BLSII: Football 1: Baseball 1. 2. 3. 4: Dance Club 2. 3. 4: Rifle Club 3. 4. Vice President 4: Home Room Treasurer 4. "DANEY,' CALLAWAY: Dance Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 2. 3, Secretary 3: Modern Dance Club 3, 4: Thespian Member 2. 3. 4. Secretary 4: Mixed Chorus 2. 4: Triple Trio 2, 3. 4: Girls' Clee Club 1, 4: All-School Play Cast: Senior Play Cast: Festival Play Cast 3. 4: Junior Play Crew 4: All-School Play Crew 4: Girls, State 3: FHA 4: Betty Crocker Ilomemakers of Tomorrow 4: Flag Bearer 2. 3, 4. and 1: Chieftain Staff 3. 4. As- sistant Editor 3. Editor 4: Ad Staff 4: Annual Atl Staff 4: Chief Staff 3, 4. Senior Sections Editor 4. Copy Editor 4: Home Room Secretary 2. Vice President 3: Turkey Trot Queen Candidate 2: Quill and Scroll 3. 4. Secretary-Treasurer 4: Double Mixed Quartet 4: PIC Honorary Member 4. MYRNA D'ORIA: Dance Club 1, 2, 3: FTA 3: Pep Club 4. JIM EDMONDSON: FFA 1, 2, 3, Treasurer 3: Thespian Member 3, 4, President 4: Junior Play: Christmas Play 3: Festival Play 3, 4: All-School Play 3: Senior Play: Student Council 1, 3, 4. President 4: National Honor Society 3, 4: Fresh- man Class Secretary: Junior Class Vice Presi- dent: Homeroom President 3: Boys' State. Q 'lv' ,Noco Y Sl 'SVQQUIM Q!-r Leer' Emi' fan. 65 S gh ""' 'lm-me WESCO STORES COMPANY Uncompahgre BOOST THE COMPANY THAT BOOSTS THE VALLEY Over S3 500000 of Valley Products Shlppecl Out SINCE Our Begmmng mam C E MILLS Contractor 28 Years Construction Experience RESERVCIRS DAMS EXCAVATING DITCH CLEANING BASEMENTS WATER LINES BACK FILLING WITH GRAVEL North of Montrose Phone 260 J l29 l' .- n ,L A W -A F! 'X T ,,, I . . ""V""'H-L .,, 1" J , M ip ! ,B X5 Wim . S fi -- ,, , E , - . 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'FIIONIFXS FNXI5 "'li0NINIY': Dance Club 1, 2. 3. 4: Science Club 3. -I: Nlomlel Plane Club 1: Rand 1. 2: Iloinn-room Vice President 3: Horne- rooni President Al: l'r-p Club -I. KARI. FARR.-X: FFA 1, 2. NI.-XIIYIAYIJ FICNDFR: l'cp Club 1. 2: FHA 1. 2. 3. 4: l'ixccutive Council 3. 4. Vice President 3, Treasurer el: Dance Club I. 2. 3: DE Club 3. 4. IQVFLYN FORTNER: Pep Club 1: Girls, Clee Club 1: Chieftain .-Kd Staff 2. 3: FTA 4: DE Club 4. Secretarx 4. P.-XT CIBRONS: Pep Club 1. 2: Dance Club 1. 2, 3: Editorial Staff 3: FHA 1, 2, 3, 4: FHA News Reporter 2. Vice President 3. President 4: Clee Club 1: Spanish Club 3. CIARK Il.-XCFN: Basketball 1. 2. 3: Track 1, 2, 3. 4: Solo Contest 1. 2, 4: Boys, Quartet 2, 3: Double Nlixecl Quartet 2: Lyre Club 3, 4, Student Conductor 3. 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, President 3: Brass Choir 4: French Horn Quartet 4: Boys' Sextet -L: Pcp Club 4: Drum Major 4: Secretary of Nlixed Chorus 4. KIT II.'XlIII.'I'0lY: Wrestling 1. 2, 3. 4: Dance Club 1. 2. 3. tl: Model Plane Club 1: Rifle Club 4: Boxing 1: Football 1, 2: Pep Club 4: Archery 4' UNI" Club 4. 4 BEVERLY HARRIS 'SBEV": Dance Club 1, 2, 3: Spanish Club 2. 3: Pep Club 3, Student Council 4. RONIONA IllI.I,: Cirls' Glee Club 1: Pep Club 2: FTA 4: DE 4. HOWARD IIOLCOMB: Dance Club 1, 2, 3: Thes- pian Member 3. 4: Science Club 3: Band 1, 2, 3: Wrestling 1, 2: Boxing 1: Football 2: Junior Class Play: Senior Class Play: Pep Club 4: Mixed Chorus 1: Cornet Trio 3: PIC 4: President of PIC 4. I j . ww SW , THE MONTROSE DAILY PRESS S+uden+ Journalisfs Produce "THE CHIEFTAIN," M.C.I"'I.S. Paper "Bes'r Li++le Daily in IIIE U.S.A." QUALITY JOB PRINTING Prin+ers of 'rhe "CHIEFTAIN" CONRAD'S DAY's CLEANERS O oAY's CLEANERS I ' E AND CON RAD'S SHOE DEPT. Your Sfore of Be++er Values-Always 1 , gallon Walaea , KJI F ' X rf J rw. ,,, ALLlsoN's 59 E WESTERN STORE W- RNXEX Since 1883 CONGRATULATIONS TO ff' M I I THE nose GRADUATING CLASS ,, T ,L-f, :D FAYE HOVEY: Dance Club 1, 3: Pep Club 2. 4: Baud 1, 2, 3. JIM HOWELL: Model Plane Club 1, 2. Secretary 2: Dance Club 3: Student Council 3. 4: Homeroom Treasurer 2, President 3, 4: Sophomore Class Vice President: Junior Class Secretary: Senior Class Treasurer: Senior Rotarian 4: Football 1, 2, 3, 4: Basketball 1, 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1. 2: Track 3, 4: Class '6A', All-Conference Football 2: Class AA Honorable Mention Football 4: Western Slope All- Tournament Second Team Basketball 3: Captain Football 4: Co-Captain Basketball 4: "Mi, Club 4. President 4: Honor Society 3, 4: Pep Club 4. JOHN HARRIS: Dance Club 1, 2, 3: Rifle Club 1: Chieftain Ad Staff 2. 4, Editorial Staff 3. 4, Co-Sports Editor 3, Sports Editor 4: Annual 2, 3, 4: UNI" Club 4: Student Council 4: Homeroom President 4: Senior Class Play 4: Thespian Mem- ber 4: Quill and Scroll 4: Football 2, 3, 4, Man- ager 2: Basketball 1, 2, 3: Baseball 2: Track 3: Boys' State 3: Boxing 1: PIC 4, Secretary 4: Honor Society 4. CAROL HASTINGS: Dance Club 1, 2, 3: Lyre Club 3: DE Club 4: Pep Club 2, 3, 4. ALLEN Illililt: Dance Club l. 2. 3. Al-: Arclicry Club 3. 4: Science Club 3: Band 1, 2: Rifle Club 1. 2: Basketball 2: Wlrestling I: Baseball 1. TOM HUMPHREY: Dance Club 1, 2: Rifle Club 2. 3: Ad Staff 2, 3: Basketball 3: Baseball 3, 4: "M" Club 4. JOAN HLTTON: Band 1. 2. 3. 4: Trombone Quartet 2. 3, 4: Band Librarian 2: Mixed Chorus 1. 2, 4: Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Lyre Club 3. 4: Thespian Member 3, 4. BETTY JENKINS: Dance Club 1, 2. Chieftain Ad 2. 3: Secretary-Treasurer of Homeroom 3: Dli 3, 4, President 4: FTA 4, Treasurer 4: Home- room President 4: Student Council 4: Banner Girl 4. . SHARON JOHNSON: Band 1. 2, 3. 4, liniforin Manager 4: Mixed Chorus 1, 2, 3: Triple Trio 2, 3: Dance Club 1, 2, 3: FTA 3, 4: Librarian 3, President 4: Trombone Quartet 2, 3: Brass Choir 3, 4: Pep Club 1. 2. NORMA JOHNSON: Dance Club 1, 2, 4: FHA 1, 2: FTA 3. 4: Spanish Club 2. 3: Chifetain Ad Staff 3: String Sectional 4. DON KITSMILLER: Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 1, 2, 3: Science Club 4. DIANE KREBS 'tDi7': Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Dance Club 2, 3: Student Council 4: Thespian Member 3, 4: Home Room President 4: Spanish Club 3: Thespian Reporter 4: Mixed Chorus 2, 4: Junior Play 3: All-School Play 4. JOYCE KRETCHMAN: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' Glee Club 1: Mixed Chorus 1: Dance Club 1, 2: DE Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4. HARRIETTE LEE: Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Band 1, 2: Thespian Pledge 3: Dance Club 1, 2: Chifetain Ad Staff 4: Homeroom Secretary 4: Senior Play. HAL LINDFELT: Rifle Club 1: Dance Club 2, 3, 4: Science Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3: Chieftain Editorial 4: Student Council 4: Homeroom Presi- dent 4. DONALD LOHR: Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Model Plane Club 1: Lyre Club 2, 3, 4. RONALD LUTTRELL: Pilot Grove, Missouri 4: Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4: Track 1, 3: Freshman Class Vice President: Student Council 3. W pape P fs S g e GOODWIN HARDWARE MONTROSE COLORADO Phone 65 HTLLTOP P 5 A ,, Di Z ihoducls Miuc TOE CREAM EWNTNXT ru Z BURKEY LUMBER COMPANY Hardware New Telephone De Luxe 030 THE WESTERN MOTEL MR AND MRS MORAL GATSCHET Easf on U S Highway 50 Monlrose Colorado GATEWAY TO COLORADOS SCENIC WONDERLAND COUNTRY DINER Congra'rula+ions Class of 56 Home Cooked Food Telephone 0I4J2 ACROSS FROM OURAY MEMORIAL PARK THE BOYS MARKET R K KENNEDY Groceries Mea+s Produce Srgawdte Qual-ag Besf Wishes +o Class of 56 Free ,,e,ive,, GEORGE J. DEVINNY 447 Main Phone 58 Jewelers ,33 all r- ain -Oiff Fishin Taclcl -Ammunifion 200 Main 10. - 'E AlRY 8 Sherwin - Williams Pain+s r il " gy ir . I . 4 T O I l i LIIROY LYON: Dance Club 2: Wrestling 3. 4: l"l".-X 3. 4. ROIINIQY NASH: Nlodel Plane Club 1. 2. l'resident 2: llance Club 2: Science Club 3. 4. President 3. 4: Archery Club 4. Secretary 4: Honierooni Sec- retary-Treasurer 4: Senior Rotarian: National Honor Society 3. 4. President 4. JOHN NIASSOROTTI: Nlodel Plane Club l. 2: Dance Club 2. 3. 4: Science Club 3. 4. LLO4 IJ N1fXl'ltI1R: llance Club l. 2: Science Club 3. 4. Secretary 4. NANCYII NtPI'I't14XI,lf: l'ep Club l. 2. 3: llanee Club 1. 3: Rifle Club 3. 4: FHA l: Chieftain Staff 4: Chief Staff 4. IIAROLIJ NlI'l'CIllil.l.: llancc Club 3. 4: Spanisb Club 3: Pep Club 4: Science Club 4: Hoinerooin Vice President 4. SYLVIA NIQON: Norwood. Colorado I. 2: Ilep Club Cborus I. 2: Ilanee Club 3: Rand 2: Nucla Student Council: l'ep Club 3. MARIE NIOORI1: FFA 1. 3: Pep Club 2: Li- brarian 3. 4: Vice I'resident of Drivers Club 4. JOED NELSON "JOI-IY": Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Dance Club I. 2. 3: Rifle Club 1: Mixed Cborus 2: Ad Staff 4: Editorial Staff 3. GAYLIA NEWBERRY "CATH: Pep Club I. 2. 3. 4: Dance Club I. 2: FHA 4: Turkey Trot Queen 3: Nlixed Chorus 2. 4: Senior Play Cast: Rand I. 2. LIQO ORNIIZ: Wrestling 1. 2. 3. 4: Dance Club 2. 4: Rifle Club 3: Science Club 3: Tbespian Pledge 4. DONNIIC PHILLIPS: Dance Club 1. 2, 3. 4: Stu- dent Council 3. Cll'XRl.I'iS lJOW'lfl.I,: llunee Club 2. 1: Sinn Club 3. 4. l'A'I' l'OWlfl.l. "TlSll": Ilunee Club l. 2. 3. bl: lep Club I. 2. 3. 4: llouneeonnng Queen Clttltll- date I: Nlixed Cliorus 2. l. 'Xeconipanist 2. 4: Librarian 2: President l.xre Club 2. 3. 4: Ilonie Room Secretary-Treasurer 3. l: Triple Trio 2. I 4-: llouble Nlixed Quartet 2. 3. .M-eonipanist 2: Rand l. 2. 3. 4: Clarinet lrlo l. 2: t.lurinel Quar- tet 2. 4: AXIUOKIIYIIICI Nlixed Trio 4: "IIunf'I'3' liivel C' 2. I: Allbtate llonor Rand 3. I: tlirls' Stale 3: National Honor Society 3. 4. Yiee I,I't'FItll'Ilt 4: 'l'l1 ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Ubpltlll Nlcinber 3. 4: Senior llux tu-t: Nlodern . l . . . . llance Aeeoinpanlst 4: lltlt Lundnlale: Senior Service Award. SANI IJROPIIR HSORISINC SANIU: Dance Club l. 2: Wrestlinff Nlanager 2. 3: Science Club 3: "Nl" C' Club 4: Pep Club 4. LARRY RIQNOI N "lltN.'XNIl'l't-I": 5lllIlt't' Club 3. 4: Pep Club -1. VIRGINIA HO.-XIJY "ClNClflt": Rand I. 2. 3. 4: Clarinet Trio 2. 3: Clarinet Quartet 4: llanee Club I. 2. 3: ltep Club l. 2. 3. 4: l,yre Club 2. 3. 4. BILL RORIQRTSON: llanee Club l. 2. 3. 4: Rifle Club 1: Wirestling 2. 3: Science Club 3: Treasurer DE Club 4. RITA SCHWIICKHARIJT "R-XTIN: Band I. 2. 3. 4: Mixed Cborus 2: Ly re Club 2. 3. 4: Woodwind Trio 2. 4: Woodwind Quartet 4: Oboe Trio 4: Spanish Club President 3: I7reslnnan Class Vice President: Junior Class President: Dance Club 1. 2. 3: Holnerooni Secretary 2. 4. Treasurer 3: FTA Treasurer 3: Senior Class Play: National Honor Society 4. Treasurer 4: DAR Good Citizen 4: Student Council 3. 4. Secretary 4. BRUCE HARTMAN and SANDRA ADAMS Hang Ouf a+ BUSY CORNER DRUG New Telephone De Luxe IO30 TH E WESTERN MOTEL I200 EAST MAIN MONTROSE. COLORADO HELMERICK'S SPORT SHOP' like for +he Besf in Sporfs Equipmen+ 2 37 MAIN PHONE l53 11171 I , Qfagluz Zmezq Wigan 6-"""'W"' T6 A j.'AV1 BURTIS BROTHERS TM Packers and Provisioners The Home of MOUNT SNEFFLES BRAND PRODUCTS MONTROSE COLORADO Congra+ula1'ions +o +he M.C.H.S. Graduafes of l956 I35 DAVID SHIPLICY: Football 1. 2. 3. 4: Wrestliilg 1, 2. 3, 4: Track 1. 2. 3. 4: FFA 1. 2: Dance Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 4. Secretary 4. GEORGIA ROY: Dance Club 1. 2: Pep Club 2: FII.-X 1. 2. 3. 4: FHA Secretary 4. District Rc- porter 3. 4. Point Chairman 3. Evaluation Chair- man 4: Pep Club: Archery Club 4: Executive Committee of FHA 3. 4. MARILYN SICAFLS: Pep Club 1. 2. 3: Dance Club 1. 2. 3: Rifle Club 3: Student Council 4: Homerooin President 4. CARL SKOGLLTND: Science Club 3. 4: Dance Club 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 4: Wr4'stli11g 2. 3. 4. WILMA SOIQTHERLAND "WILLIE": Pep Club 1. 2. 3. Dance Club 1. 2. 3: DE Club 4: Mixed Chorus 2. 3. VVILLIS SPANICEK: Dance Club 1. 2. 4: Science Club 3: Archery Club 4. President 4. BETTY STRINCER: Pep Club 2. 3: FHA 1. 2, 3. 4. Vice President 4: Triple Trio 3. NIARLENE SYLVESTER BPLDDY TATM: Pep Club 1, 3. 4: Dance Club 2. 3. 4: Lyre Club 2, 3. 4. Treasurer 4: Woodwind Mixed Quartet 2: Woodwind Trio 2. 4: Girls' Triple Trio 2, 3, 4: Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 4: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 2. 3. 4. Vice President 4: Li- brarian 4: All-State Band 4: Thespian Pledge 4. PRISCILLA LAFOYA: Pep Club 4: DE Club 4: Spanish Club 4: FHA 2. 3: Photography Club 3: f. Dance Club 3. 4. VFANDA TA'I'NIAX: Dance Club 1. 2. 3: Pep Club 3: FTA 4. CAROL JLNE TESSNIAN: Mixed Chorus 1. 2: Dance Club 1. 2. 3. 4: Pep Club 1. 2. 3. 4: FHA 1. HARVEY TOw'NSl.l'iY: Dance Club 1. 2. 3: Rand 1. 2. 3: Lyre Club 3: Archery Club 4. CLEO TRL'JlLI.0: Pep Club 1. 2. 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Dance Club 4. SHERYL TLCKER "Tuck": Rifle Club 1. 2. 3. Secretary-Treasurer 3. Treasurer 4: Dance Club 4: Thespian Member 3. 4. Merit Secretary 4: Modern Dance Club 4: Ad Staff 3: FHA 1: All- School Play Cast 1. 2. Assistant Director 3. 4: Junior Play. Senior Play and Festival Play. As- sistant Director 3. 4. JERRY WAKEFIELD: Archery Club 4: Pep Club 4: Ad Staff 3. 4: Basketball 3: Baseball 3. 4:' 'AMN Club 4. EDNA WAGNER: Dance Club 1, 2: Ad Staff 1, 2, 3. 4, Bookkeeper 2, 3, 4: FHA 1: Student Council 3: Lyre Club 3. 4: Honor Society 3. 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Annual Staff 1, 2. 3. 4: FTA 3: Band 1, 2. 3, 4. -v xx K 8: T GROCERY I246 Easf Main HOWARD'S Phone 78 so. sims GROCERY AND l SAVE Ill? in - ir School Supplies - Groceries 7. .i The Cmwd Acizoss FROM I-new-1 scHooL 5-WHEN INTHE 3 glwlfsys - faders Phone II43 Mon+rose NNE FUQD .-Fll- MARY'S CAFE 90l Main Complimen+s of MONTROSE CLEANERS CALLAWAY'S MARKET The House of Fine Meafs S 8: H GREEN STAMPS Free Delivery Phone I34 Mon+rose MILDRIQD WHITXIER: FHA 3. Treasurer 3: Dance Club 4. ROSALEE WIIIIAIVIS: Mixed Chorus 1: Clcc Club I: Pep Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Girls, Athletics 1: Dance Club 4. RICICD WlNBOI'RXI'1: Football I, 2. 3. 4: Track 1, 2. 3. 4: Wrestling I, 2: Basketball 1: Thespians 3. 4. Vice President 4: Student Council 4: Ilonie Room President 4, Secretary 2: Vice President Senior Class: All-Schciol Play Cast I, 3: Junior, Senior and Festival Plays 3. 4: "Mn Club 4: MINT, Club Council 4: PIC 4: PIC Vice President 4. WILLIAM K. WORKMAN: Wrestling 2. 3, 4: Dance Club I. 2. 3: Rifle Club 1: Model Air- plane Club 1: Homeroom Vice President 3, Presi- dent 4: Pep Club 4: Archery Club 4. DICK WORIVIFLL WPUGH: Football 2, 4: Wres- tling 1, 2. 3. 4: Track 1. 2. 3, 4: Baseball 1: FFA 1, 2: Dance Club 1, 2, 3: Pep Club 4: "MH Club 4. JERALD ZFBIZARRIQTA: Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club 1. 3. 4: Wrestling I. 2, 3, 4: Rifle Club President 4. Swim ,.,. ROBISON DRUG STORE Phone 22 MONTROSE COLO 435 Man S+ 1 c plo D g .1-.In Telephone 380 6I5 Man S'Iree'r FLORMAN PAINTS MONTROSE PAINT STORE E eryfh ng F The Decorafor I c u e Wallpape and Glass The O ly E clus e Wallpaper a d Pa n'I Sfore n Mo frose Co nfy CRAIGS UPHOLSTERY SHOP CUSTOM MADE DRAPERY AWNINGS VENETIAN BLINDS I2OI Soufh Farsi' Phone 767 M TERRY S TEXACO Free Puclcup and Dellvery WASHING POLISHING LUBRICATION F Goodrich Tires and Accessories PHONE 563 ROPER BROS Music and EIec+romcs MAIN MONTROSE COLO Congrafulahons Sensors of I956 CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE AND CADILLAC CARRINGTON CHEVROLET COMPANY CompIimen+s of R 8' W FAMILY CLINIC PHARMACY SHOE STGRE Loca+ed In 'Ihe MEDICAL CENTER Monfrose Colorado Fines? In Family Foofwear MONTROSE, COLORADO Eggi f Qflgij I . Pres ri i n ru gisf iii" I .4.W .--I .-Q-Q-i-i-Z3-,Ji-. .155-'if-.-i .-'- xi-:Qi-3.-3.'-'--.-31'-:-.--i -.r.' - V I 0' M-j'Ejl1i5g",.1Q52'EgfigEQ'QQ123jjjE2221Egg22532ir'12igifi1g'1.g-Qzgfigi'-jgYQ ' ,.,.,.A lfj,Q.j1g3gS1EQ:-i- Ar+is ic Pi + r Framing ff' 'A ",' "" 'A""'-.'.' ' ' "" ' ',.- ff-' ffl ',f"' ,Z7IZff:'Zfffi.:I:::f:f:f:fIfE2E'- r .fg 'I' -.-if . T I 5 If-gp'HIffp2ffEfffE5ffEfiffff52fffn' ff'::I:fl,:1., 2.11: ..f::'.:f:fl.:.'.:f '.'. .' I F.: ...- Ili,-I "" :.:'-uf.:ji.fl:'fflff:I'I'f'''I':f'I'ff'f'f'f':'I', n X iv n i I n u . 1 1 TE o B. . ' ' ll U ' ll 6 I3 , . I39 Complimenfs of MONTROSE POTATO GROWERS PI1one 77 H. L. MUSGRAVE, Manager You Can Depend On FARMERS UNION Open Formula Feeds FARMERS UNION SUPPLY CO. Monfrose, Colorado 'L-i.. ,, ,..-"" ff, S I. We K .Hg , V., -.affirm Nafional Assemblies Magician nea+Iy disposes mare. Box I77 Phone: 560 SYLVESTER EQUIPMENT COMPANY 490 NorI'I1 Townsend - Mon+rose, Colorado Symbol of Service "YOUR INTERNATIONAL DEALER" BILL 84 JIM'S AUTO CLINIC S+udebaIcer Sales and Service PHONE II 330 NORTH FIRST STREET ' ' H E Es , ,uiuzn I . -J .. D I - , I A . A 1 Q at I- BEST WISHES, SENICRS MONTROSE FINANCE , CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '56 IDEAL GOLDEN KRUST BAKERY Every+Ining in Bakery Goods Coffee Bar , - Congra+uIaI'ions J r ,EE From +I1e MONTROSE NATIONAL BANK A ' oiKL' 'Bnik - ,. X LATHROP HARDWARE Mon+rose Member of F.D.I.C. CONGRATULATIONS MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM 1 ,Mgt V- L-I Complimenfs of THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Pea! 644 'Walesa ELLIS USED CARS nn, , . 1 ' ji,- ', J . sl ,Q-f,,, Phone 708-J IIO Soufh Townsend Esfablished l889 MEMBER OF FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM AND FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION r 4 g -Mm 3 I I lf'-I-T-j fx PECOS GARAGE 81 RADIATOR SHOP General Aufo and Trac+or Repair Welding 309 Norfh Third Phone 56-W PARKER IMPLEMENT COMPANY Your Allis-Chalmers Dealer ff!-W Wifh Besf Wishes C EJ From C ANDERSON DRUG COMPANY if Complimenfs of CREDIT BUREAU OF MONTROSE 305 Mann CHIPETA FINANCE CO 305 Mann Phone I73 CONGRATULATIONS TO THE SENIORS' MONTROSE CAFE Mon+rose Colorado AKARD AGENCY ReaI Es+a+e of AII Kmds FRED AKARD BUD AUMILLER HARLAND DUNCAN Phone I5I WII N 343 MAIN ST MONTROSE W D AUSTIN DRUG STORE A W D AUSTIN DRUG STORE Prescrlphon SPGCIGIISTS Experf Shoe Repaur JOHN C ROBERTS Y M RED GOOSE Ch Id I GRACE WALKER L de Sh e ABRAMO SHOE STORE MODE O DAY FROCK SHOP LINGERIE DRESSES HOSIERY BLOUSES 328 Mann 2l3 W Mon+rose Colorado . I and r Tm-5' 'K' T' I'PnJ , M-v,T L' J IN E -1127 N E' :'PI.'D MONTROSE Phone lee COLORADO There I ever Be Ano+her Land Crop I . - oung en's Shoes - i ren's and Gir s' Shoes - a I s' o s Tha+'s Ihe , I43 We Congra+ula+e +l1e Class of I956 on +l1e Successful Complelion of Your High School Worlc THE HUPP Congra'rula'rions FURNITURE COMPANY +o 'the Class of I956 Mon+rose .EIIE73 Y 'nv-v,,.,P 9' iowa: R. H. PREWITT M anager I44 .1,x-Y . x16 MAIN STREET PHONE 52 "YOUR HOME BUILDER" MOIIHOQC, eolozaafo --1-1.-.-il-11-1 -1 L.-1-1 BORUFFS SPORTING GOODS 'r s Bc es e cAppI Tle son No e+es 7IO N Townsend II 8 M X ENJOY GOOD FOOD if f TI"IE SPOT MONTROSE COLORADO BEST WISHES OF I956 JUSTIN S STUDIO 220 Main SI' Phone I30W POR RAITS WITH PERSONALITY MONTROSE HARDWARE Your Crosley, Bendix Dealer J. A. DIX 232 Main Ph. 877 BURKEY LUMBER COMPANY Sherwin Williams Palnfs Hardware CONGRATULATIONS SKELLY SUPER SERVICE Souih Second and Townsend AND GARAGE MONTROSE, COLORADO P O Box 39I AIvin R. Morris Sporfing Goods, Moior-Scoo er, i ycI EI c'fri iances, Radios, e vii , v Ii Toys, Books, and Siafionery . 8 - I 0 J CM II AI V V A Q . ' ' II T Soufh Second and Townsend RAY REYNOLDS MOTOR CO. Auflworizecl Ford Dealer lOl N. Townsend Phone 888 MONTROSE, COLORADO WEAR 81 SON General Confradors ff ALSO f L READY MIXED CEMENT ls. Phone 602 .E ' 20I Norih Firs+ Monfrose ,S U15 flllllbf N T Wi Flowers By Wire From JOHNSON'S GREENHOUSE I ' 55:8 . 514 ARAPAHOE STREET DENVER 2. COLORADO PHONE ALPINE 5-1753 1 . LEACH'S FIRESTONE Main and Townsend Ph. 25 EL 81 M DRIVE INN Good Food Served as You Like H' 848 N. TOWNSEND MYLAR'S AuIomo+ive Refinishing Service l53 535 So. Isf Monrrose, Colo AVENUE BEAUTY SHOP Complefe Beaury Work WE SPECIALIZE IN HAIR CUTTING AND PERMANENT WAVING O Mon+rose, Colorado "You Ioad six+een Ions, and whaI"II you geI'? The bes+ quaIi'I'y coal you bei!" Black BeauI'y Coal MONT - ROSE COAL COMPANY DILWORTH LOCKERS NORTH SECOND AND TOWNSEND Meai' Processing- Locker Ren+aIs Gean B. Cerise Ph. 288J Freezer Supplies Ph. I027-J I47 Congrafulafions Io fhe Class of I956 ADAMS OFFICE SUPPLY PORTABLE TYPEWRITER HEADQUARTERS 302 Main Phone 920 FURNACES 'QQ"'1Q,f'f'ffi .T , 1, , , A ,f " , f e' Il, Q Qlemanm Warm Air Perimeler Healing Sales and Service COLEMAN BLEND AIR Forced Air, CircuIa+ing and Gas Wall Heafers Free Hea+ing Esfima+es Phone 54I CUMMINGS GAS 8: EQUIPMENT CO. 437 N. Townsend Av. THE BOY'S MARKET R. K. KENNEDY Groceries - Meafs - Produce Free Delivery 447 Main Phone 58 Qu-aIi+y Cleaning CITY STEAM LAUNDRY Monfrose, Colorado Tiezsl Furnishings MORRIS FURNITURE Meel YOU' Complefe Household BELVEDERE HOTEL 33 Uncompahgre Avenue FRED-S Say H' Wifh Flowers! STAND WALLACE GREENHOUSE Candy 840 Sou+h Second ' MONTROSE, COLORADO Phone 243-W ' PETE'S " Si l STANDARD SERVICE il f 352- l Norfh Third and Townsend '-:H rg -le ' l I ..- 'ri Complimenfs of MASH APPLIANCE COMPANY l Your Frigidaire Appliance A' M- npelen COOKSTON and Television Dealer OPe"a+0" HARTHAN BROTHERS E---4 ll 'lu SINCE I904 . . . HARTMAN BROTHERS Phone 259 Your Experienced Dodge Dealer Monfrose, Colo. ' 4 'mESc:6NV5 . - - HM . ,aw in - ' Complimenfs of REED'S 5 AND I0c STORE YOUR FRIENDLY VARIETY STORE SEAGLER WEST SIDE GROCERY l26 Wesi' Ma n g e e ou Buf Noi' Too Bg Aufomohve Parfs and Supplies To Kno You Mo+or Machme Work Fme Mea+s and Grocerles Phone 474 Free Deluvery N A P A JOBBER Phone Monfrose MOTOR PARTS CO. Big Emu h To S Y . . . . I44 The Annual Staff on behalf ofthe Monuose Hlgh School student body wlshes to exlness then 51110616 thanks and ipplecldtlon to the lrusmesb and p1OfCbb1OllEll men of thlb LOHIIHIUIIIY fO1 then mtexebt 111 and uppolt of thlb publloauon '3' 1 X ,, Kal! -44.- ,BV W Li, 71 ZH q-.4 -:ego N-3 Sidney lollme and Carla Ay ere I'C'lgl1 as king and queen of the Turku Trot To Pat Powell and Bob Hollingshead goes the Senior Service Award for service to our school In R me x- L Af VANCE MAN IAN IVUBIISNIN' ' xlrun DALLAS IRAS PLUNS COW? TME NEW HTMLETIC FIELD UND QQQQLHTIQN UQEU m MQNTQQSQ ure:-1 Scum S1 Q5 75 it I -"'-"" K f X f X ' x X


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