Moscow High School - Bear Tracks Yearbook (Moscow, ID)

 - Class of 1948

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It's all here to bring closer to you in the future the unforgettable memo- ries of an eventful year, 'especially for the seniors Whose tracks will soon separate per- haps never to come together again. Gontents Administration . . . Page 5 Classes . . . Page 11 Grganizations . . Page 29 Activities . . . Page 37 Sports . . . . Page 55 Advertising . . Page 75 I f Q! V ,T f it g K l, V l 'fwfr' .f-11 ff , li if , L , W' f 4 l j if 1 . , ' I! ,.. N . , fl! 'V' .N X Sf," V Y 1 NX ft ,V lk K- :, L .I A I ,W : :VI i , 1 l ' 1 I if K jf , C-' I Y I K l yt. V 'x A A ' ,I A X! J .ly y . KD cl' t' THE 1948 Bear Tracks is dedicated to the teachers of Moscow High School who have given willingly and unsparingly of their time and effort to bring us knowledge and en- lightenment. We, the Bear Tracks staff members, in behalf of the student body, wish to offer our deepest gratitude to these fine teachers for their never-ending efforts toward the better- ment of youth. 027 If I' 5 oflclministmtion fr 0' 1 if I 1 ll2:1! I :Za gf I 'r 0:54 '02 af ' I I I 1 no '03 4 I lg? I r ' r lo 69 I Page 5 - 'N-Jw! 2 A ., ljliwfisgyli-,Q1- i' ,. Eff UV, F: .f xbvvfiiv K WJ cyfldministration HE opportunity to acquire a high school education is the privilege of American boys and girls. I should like to suggest that as you review the activities of the year so Well described and pictured in this issue of Bear Tracks you remember that along with the right to an education goes the responsibility of greater service in school and community. As you entered Moscow High to grow in Wis- do fso' may you depart better to serve your- 1 Kge and others. L. C. ROBINSON NORMA GREENE ALFRED W. GNIFFKE HAZEL R. FREEMAN RICHARD J. fMrs Georgej Chemistry, Physics, Home Economics, REICHHARD Study Hall Geometry, Sophomore Future Homemakers Band, Orchestra Adviser of America Adviser Music Club Adviser, Senior Class Adviser 4 ,fi MARGARET LOGAN RAY TURNER AGNES WEEKS VINCENT LA VOIE ELLA MEEKE qMrs Norman! Physical Education, fMrs. Donald! Latin, Spganish, Latin CMrs. Williamj Secretary to Athletics, Geometry, Secretary to Principal Club Adviser, Spanish Typing Superintendent Boys' "M" Club Adviser Club Adviser and Cgcachers EMBERS of the Class of 1948 should be proud of this-their Annual. It signifies ac- complishments far beyond those shown by physical make-up and content. Through its formative stages the Annual represents hard Work, questions of finance, personal dis- appointments and free expression of differ- ences of opinion-typical of our democratic Way of doing things. With the resultant unity of purpose and attainment there was produced a record of pleasant associations and successful activities plus a symbol of true democratic procedure of which all of you may be justly proud. FRANCIS NGNINWI g Q ff" c j .fiffvv f1r?'y EDITI-IA WARREN LEO PQTTER GLENNA TED H CORRELL MAYBELLE GEHRKH, 1Mrs. Dany Art I-IARRINGTON Mathematics Boys Librarian Bookkeeping, Typing, LMrs. W. EJ Advisei Boys League Shorthand General Science, Adviser Junior Advis Freshman Class er, Radio Club Adviser Adviser ',.1 , su X . NZ MARY CANNON HENRY W. HANDY BEULAI-I L, MARTIN CLX DE YOUMANS MARGARET CMrs. Frankj Biology qMrs. J. WJ Manual Arts SCHIMKE Englisl7 gfofldLHistoryAgnglish, Meehan cal Drawing american I-ixstgry afld 91+ Q ,f 1 - ir s' eague viser, overnmen ocio o vdffvaflfv'-Ugfif gy Economics l l A - - .' "H J 2 'fiflv 'Ar' ff' ilvgiafj .Giga Q.fbQgLALv,',..,"f7 L! Around table, left to right: Mrs. J. G. Wilson, Mrs? A. J. Schneider, Mr. L. C. Robinson, Mr. W. C. Banks, Mr. K. E. Laughlin, Mr. H. A. Sampson, Mr. D. D. DuSa,glt, Mr. 0. W. Schroeder. Cgmstees Set School Policies ORMULATING the policy of the Mos- cow schools and supervising their general educational and recreational activities are the duties of the trustees of the Moscow Public Schools. The board, which meets the second Mon- day of every month, has the problem of stretching the limited budget to include the many expenses of the schools and to provide facilities for the betterment of the educational system. In March, under a reorganization pro- gram, a new board was appointed to serve until the following September. It was com- posed of a representative from each of five sub-districts in the Moscow school area. The new board members are: William C. Banks, Allen S. Janssen, Otha Lyon, Orval Snow, and Richard Oleson. O. W. Schroe- der is clerk of the board. ESTHER ELSIE SMITH NADINE HANDY GENE REICHHARD RICHARD SODORFF HENDERLIDER QM!-5, Wayne WJ qMrs. Henry WJ fMrs. Richard! Physical Education 1Mrs. Robert! Home Nursing English, General Chorus, Senior Class Intramural Physical Education, - Math, Dramatics, Adviser, Music Club Pep Club Adviser ' Thespian Club Adviser Adviser ETHEL DOYLE secretary-treasurer DICK KELLY BOB KELLY president vice president ,Student Council Self Governing HE Student Council, composed of rep- resentatives from each class and club with Mr. Nonini as adviser, has had a busy year directing the activities of Moscow High School. The first all-school mixer to welcome the freshmen and new students was sponsored by the council. Later in the fall the mem- bers gave a street dance in the lot back of the school. In the spring they gave an unusual Mask Dance with dancing in the cafeteria and games in the halls. Problems of the council were brought to the attention of the student body through the government column in the Wocsomonian. ' First row, left to right: Karl Klages, Bruce Budge, Bob Kelly, Dick Kelly, Ethel Doyle, Ivadell Green, Nancy Shel- ton. Second row: Jim Roupe, Bob Barstow, Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Don Theophilus, John Bond, David Banks, Eleanor Powell, Don Taylor, Joan Fitzgerald, Mr. Nonini. Not pictured: James Broyles, Erlene Clyde. 2 Q R' if Nw 9 mv. ,Q ,. -W mwgwuwd .sd f :I.f9f:4"c, jj? eac:,z0'fJx4W"Zf" fy A Q , H , Q11-fffff Glasses 123 029 S9 I r, ,511 Ops? li, 0 I - f 1 1 J 03,1 sl S5 I fr fl,"l , 0g4 9' I 'I '48 Class Leafves Four- Year' Mark of Achievement 1947 - 1948 BRUCE BUDGE president RUSSELL HAYNES vice president BETTY THOMPSON secretary-treasurer KARL KLAGES council representative THE final high school year of the class of '48 was filled with the usual activities of the graduating senior. The first major activity of the class was a Christmas dress-up dance given on December 6th with "The Night Before Christmas" as a theme. Another dance was given by the class on January 20 with the direc- tions to all present to bring their own decorations. Then on April 6 the Senior class play "Tiger House" was given after four weeks of practice. Baccalaureate came on the morning of May 23 fol- lowed by graduation on May 25. MRS REICHHARD MR. REICHI-IARD adviser adviser HARMSWORTH, CLAYTON LANE -Chemistry was anything but rlull, thanks io Tex- El Paso High School, 13 Spanish Club, 1,22 Football, 2,43 Boys' "M" Club, 2,3,43 Track, 2,3,43 Cross Country, 33 Football squad Co-Captain, 43 Inspirational Player Award, 43 "Wocsomonian" Staff 1 " S -. racks" Staff, 43 "30" Club, 4. f 7 5 4 1, 'W' , - 1? V - -4' i z'--3 .. I, - MCDANIEL, ELEA OR -Ffecklc face Peg- Future Homemakers of America, 1,2,3,43 Chorus, 1.4. DAVIS, BARBARA -It was all so much fun- Future Homemakers of America, 13 Chorus, 1,33 "Attic at Midnight," 23 Latin Club, 2,33 Music Festival, 33 "Maritana," 33 "Wocsomonian" Staff, 43 "Bear Tracks," Senior Editor, 43 Quill and Scroll, 43 "3O" Club, 4. BUDGE, BRUCE -The executive type- Spanish Club, 13 Boys' "M" Club, 2,3,43 Chorus, 33 "Mari- tana," 33 Basketball, 23 "30" Club, 3,43 President, 33 "Wocsomonian" Staff, 3,43 "Bear Tracks" Staff, 33 Boys' League Vice President, 33 Commencement Usher, 33 Football, l,2,3,43 Track, 1,2,3,43 Class President, 43 "Tiger House," 43 "Bear Tracks" Advertising Manager, lst' se- mester, Business Manager, 2nd semester, 4, FURNAS, DAVID -A man of many talents- Pep Band, 13 Band, 13 Orchestra, 13 Latin Club, 2,33 Sec- retary-Treasurer, Boys' League, 3,42 Latin Club Presi- dent, 33 "Wocsomonian" Staff, 33 "Bear Tracks" Staff, 33 "30" Club Secretary-Treasurer, 33 Track, 33 Cross Coun- try, 43 Spanish Club, 4. , THOMPSON. BETTY -A very very busy gal- Future Homemakers of America, 13 Spanish Club Treas- urer, 23 Spanish Club, 2,3,43 Girls' Club Point Chairman, 23 Girls' "M" Club, 2,31 Class Secretary- Treasurer, 2,41 "30" Club, 3,42 Spanish Club Assembly, 33 "Wocsomonian" Staff, 3,43 "Bear Tracks" Staff, 3,41 Chorus, 33 Music Festival, 33 "Marit'ana," 33 "Bear Tracks" Co-editor, 43 Pep Club, 43 Girls' Athletic Asso- ciation, 43 Pepsi Cola Scholarship Test and Finals, 43 Quill and Scroll, 43 "Tiger House," 43 Special Award, Pepsi-Cola Scholarship Contest, 4. SCHOEPPACH, MILLICENT -,Tm interested in a lot of things"- St. Paul's School for Girls, Walla Walla, Washington, 1,23 Latin Club, 1,2,33 Moscow High School, 2,3,43 Student Council, 23 Music Festival, 2,33 Chorus. 2.33 "Attic at Midnight," 23 Spanish Club, 33 "Marit'ana," 3. STALEY, BILL ' X -Meet We Lakeside High hool, 1,21 Baseball Manager, Foot- ball, 1,2Q Baseball, 23 Lakeside "L" Club, 33 oscow High School, 3,43 Spanish Club, 33 Football, 4. BANKS, DAVID -Red, who never argues- Spanish Club, 1,23 Basketball, 2,32 "30" Club, 3,43 "Woe- somonian" Staff, 33 "Bear Tracks" Staff, 33 Junior Prom Committee, 33 Latin Club, 43 Student Council, 43 Pepsi Cola Scholarship Test and Finals, 43 "Tiger House," 43 Special Award Pepsi Cola Scholarship Contest, 4. WILDE, JO ANN -The quiet type?- Boise Junior High, 13 Salt Lake City Junior High, 13 Secretary of Girls' Club, 13 Home Economics Club, 13 Chorus, 13 Moscow High School, 2,3,43 Future Home- makers of America, 3,43 Spanish Club, 2,33 Spanish Club Assembly, 33 Commencement Usher, 3, REVORD. JOSEPHINE -Josie likes to write letters- Future Homemakers of America, 1,2,3,43 Chorus, 13 F. H.A, Cabinet, 4. FLOMER, FRITZ -The school's ace bus driver- Future Farmers of America, 1,2,3,43 F.F.A. Sentinel, 2,4: MITCHELL, SHIRLEY -Mitch likes Spokane- Majorettes, 13 Future Homemakers of America, 1,43 Chorus, 1.2.32 Music Festival, 1.2.33 Production Staff of "A Credit to the Family," 13 Spanish Club, 2,32 Sopho- more Girls' League Program Assistant, 23 "Attic at Mid- night," 23 Minstrel Show, 23 Production Staff of "Mari- tana." 33 Production Staff of "Why the Chimes Rang," 43 "Moonlight for Herbert." 43 Thespians, 4. KLAGES, KARL 1 -A future Bill ftern- 0 Sp nish 'lub, 1,23 Chorus, .123 Basketball, 2.3.43 "M" Clu ,43,fj339'!f"Club, 3,41 filwocsomonianf' -Staff, 3.43 "B ' 'PfI.'Lracks" Staffg 3,43,i'Cqmmencementf Usher. 33 Track, gsstudent coumgilael: QD-ill and smfou, 43 Radio Broadc tihg, 4g Sportsxw ditur,f"Bear Tracks," 43 Vice President, Quill and Scro 4. A gh Q W SCHUMACHER, DALE -They call him "Champ"- Future Farmers of America, 1,2,3,43 F.F.A. Basketball, 1,2,3,43 Football, 2.3.43 F.Hi.A. Reporter, 43 Boys' "M" Club, 4'. y TORELL, MARGARET -"I want to grow"- Future Homemakers of America, 13 Latin Club, 2,32 "Bear Tracks" Staff, 2,3,43 "Wocsomonian" Staff, 2,3,4Q "30" Club, 3,41 "30" Club Secretary, 33 Co-editor "Bear 1 J Tracks," 43 Pepsi Cola Scholarship Tests, 43 Quill and Scroll, 43 Secretary, Quill and Scroll, 43 l DOYLE, ETHEL -Little but mighty- Girls' League Representative, 13 Future Homemakers of America. 1,2,3.43 Chorus, 1,2,3,43 Majorettes, 1.23 Student Council. 2,3,43 Music Festival, 2,3,43 "Attic at Midnight." 23 Youth Council Representative, 23 Head Commence- ment Usher. 33 "Maritana," 33 Spanish Club. 3,41 D.A.R. Citizenship Pilgrim for State of Idaho, 43 A.S.M.H.S. Secretary-Treasurer, 43 "Why the Chimes Rang," 43 Spanish Club Secretary-Treasurer, 4. FRITZLEY, HERBERT -Ain't love grand?- Efxanish Club, 1.23 Basketball, 23 Football, 23 Basketball anager, 33 "30" Club, 33 Vice President, "30" Club, 33 Commencement Usher, 33 Junior Prom Committee. 33 Boys' League Representative, 33 "Wocsomonian" Staff, 3.4: "Bear Tracks" Staff, 3,41 Boys' Club, 3,42 "Bear Tracks" Circulation Manager, lst semester. 4. GEPHART. FLOYD -He drives at lot- Boys' League, 1.2,3.43 Future Farmers of America, 43 "Tiger House," 4. MCD IEL, HELEN ie laughs a lot- uture Homemakers of America, 1,2,3.4. M fffl HAYNES, RUSSELL -Thanks for fhose six points, Russ!- Lewiston High School, 13 Boxing, 13 Moscow High School, 2,3,43 Spanish Club, 23 Commencement Usher, 33 Football, 3,43 Boys' "M" Club, 3,43 Senior Class Vice President, 4. 3-,Ho'1g1Ns . FLORENCE JOAN Ng F re Homemakers of America, 1,2,3,43 Chorus, 13 ristmas Concert, 1,43 Girls' Club, 1,2,33 'Wocso- onian" Staff, 23 "Bear Tracks" Staff, 23 Point Chair- Q31 an Girls' "M" Club, 23 Thespians, 33 Vice President 'X Girls' Club, 3, Production staff of "Double or Nothing," 33 F.H.A. Parliamentarian, 33 Commencement Usher, 33 F.H.A. Cabinet, 43 Production Staff of "Moon- light for Herbert," 43 "30" Club, 4. N, !lO1ll!,,- BURTON. DONNA JEAN -Mnior interest: ll light gray Chevrolet- Future Homemakers of America, 1,21 Chorus, 1,2,33 "At- tic at Midnight," 23 "Maritana," 33 Girls' League Cab- inet, 33 Commencement Usher, 3. LEAVITT, JAREN KAY -"They call me Lefty"- Genesee High School, 1,22 Baseball, 1,21 Moscow High School, 3,4. MULALLEY, MAXINE -A gal with a cute grin- Genesee High School, 1,2Q Chorus, 1,22 Band, 1,22 Speech Class Plays, 1,21 Music Festival, 1,2.3,43 Future Home- makers of America, 3,43 Majorettes, 3,4. INGEBRITSEN, CARYL -Quiet but never still- Art Class Assembly, lj Spanish Club, 1,22 Class Secre- tary-Treasurer, 33 Future Homemakers of America, 3,43 "Moonlight for Herbert" Production Staff, 43 Girls' Lea- gue Cabinet. 43 Chorus, 43 Band, 43 Music Festival, 43 "Why the Chimes Rang," 43 F.H,A. Assembly, 43 F.H.A. Cabinet, 43 Senior Assembly, 4. SHELTON, MURIEL -"1 never luul so muclz fun in :ill -my life"- Latin Club, 2,32 "30" Club, 2,3,43 VFW Contest Award, 3rd prize, 23 Latin Club Social Chairman, 33 "Bear Tracks" Staff, 33 Girls' League Secretary, 43 Chorus, 43 Triple Trio, 43 "Why the Chimes Rang," 43 Music Club, 43 "Moonlight for Herbert," 43 Pepsi Cola Scholarship Test, 43 Music Festival, 43 "Tiger House," 4. fi may YP THOMAS, CLEON X -F -On the shy side-at times- YE Berkeley High School, Berkeley, California, 13 Albany High School, Albany, California, 13 Football, 1,21 Basket- ball, 1,23 Moscow High School. 2,3,43 Football, 4. JOHNSON, ALLAN -Such I1 nice guy!- North Central High School, Spokane, Washington, 1,23 Band, 1,22 Moscow High School, 3,43 Pep Band, 3,43 Music Festival, 3,43 Band, 3,43 Boys' League Council, 4. BRANNON, JO ANN -A friendly smile, zz friendly hello- ' Future Hornemakers of America, 1,2,3,43 Chorus, 1,2,3,43 Music Festival, 2,3,43 "Maritana," 3, if ,u TISDALL. NADINE -A sweet personality- Spanish Club, 1,25 Christmas Concert, 15 Chorus, 1,25 Commencement Usher, 3: Music Festival, 35 "Maritana," 35 "Double or Nothing" Production Staff, 35 Girls' Lea- guebCalbinet, 45 Future Homemakers of America, 45 "30" u , . BARSTOW, ROBERT -A num with rr fan club- Basketball, 2,3,45 Boys' "M" Club, 3,45 "M" Club Secre- tary, 45 Student Council, 45 Boys' League President, 4. GREIF, RICHARD -The second Charles Atlas- Colton High School, 1,25 Class President, 15 Baseball, 15 Latin Club, 15 Boxing, 1,25 Moscow High School, 2,3,45 Commencement Usher, 35 Boys Club, 3,45 Football, 3,45 Vice President "M" Club, 4. FITZGERALD, JOAN -Never a dull moment- Moscow High School Girls' League, 1,3,45 Richland High School, Richland, Washington, 2,35 Chorus, 3,45 "Mari- tana," 35 Music Festival, 3,45 Latin Club, 35 Commence- ment Usher, 35 Pep Club, 45 Yell Leader, 45 Senior As- sembly, 45 Student Council, 4. ' PACKENHAM, OLLIE MARIE -Main interest: a certain alum- Chorus, 1,35 Spanish Club, 1,25 Girls' "M" Club, 2,35 Music Festival, 35 Commencement Usher, 35 "Maritana," 35 Girls' League Cabinet, 4. HORNEY, ERNEST -"My interests are typical-cars, food, women"- Waitsburg High School, 1,25 Basketball, 1,25 Moscow High School, 3,45 Basketball, 45 Radio Club, 4. BENNETT, ROBERT -Tull and quiet- Elk River High School, 1,2,35 Basketball, 1,2,35 Moscow High School, 4. WILLIAMS, MARILYN -A poppy reclherzd- Chorus, 1,2,3,45 Majorettes, 15 Future Homemakers of America, 1,3,45 Music Festival, 2,3,45 Minstrel Show, 25 "Attic at Midnight," 25 "Maritana," 35 Spanish Club, 3.45 Girls' League Cabinet, 45 "W the Chimes Rang." 45 F.H.A, Cabinet, 45 Senior Asse bly 4,1 C x , 1 BOWMAN, JANE -A gal with n of 1 ep- O. E. Bell Ju ' g iool, Idaho alls, Idaho, 15 Ida Falls Hi ch , 25 Moscow H li School, 3.4: G. . . 34' " ' ' ' A , 1.2, , , 1 M Club, 3, Pep Club, 3.4, Spanish C b, 45 Pep Clubhesident, 45 Chorus, 45 "Moonlight ' -Herbert," ' hy the Chimes Rang," 45 Music Fes- al, 45 F,H. ssembly. 4. KENWORTHY, JUDD -A future presidential candidate- Band, 1,2,35 Music Festival, 2.3.45 Class President, 25 Student Council, 25 Pep Band, 3,45 Commencement Usher, 35 Track, 35 Spanish Club, 35 Chorus, 45 District Chorus, 45 Vice President Pep Band, 45 Vice President, goys' League, 45 President Radio Club, 45 "Tiger ouse," 4. HAVENS, HAZEL I -Sparkling brown eyes- Future Homemakers: of America, 1,2,3,45 Latin Club, 25 "Attic at Midnight," 25 Chorus, 2,35 Music Festival, 2,3. STEENSMA, DONALD EUGENE -Ile likes Lo sing- Chorus, 1,2,3,45 Minstrel Show, 1, "Attic at Midnight," 25 Music Festival, 2,45 "Ma1'itana," 3. ALLEN, RONALD -A quiet sorta guy- Kellogg High School, 15 Moscow High School, 2,3,45 Ra- dio Club, 4. MYHRE, DORLA -,'CnIifornin, here 1 come"- Moscow High School, 1,2,45 Future Homemakers of America, 15 Orchestra, 1,2,3,45 Pep Club, 1,25 Santa Monica, California, 2nd semester of 2, first semester of 35 "Tiger House," 4. HAVENS. HELEN GLADYS -A fm' away look in her eyes- Future Homemakers of America, 1,2,3,4: F.H.A. Presi- dent, 35 Chorus, 35 F.H.A. Treasurer, 4. FITZGERALD, ELIZABEI E -Efficieni, executive and extra nice- Future Homemakers of America, 15 Youth Council Rep- resentative, 13 Latin Club, 2,35 Girls' Club, 2,35 Girls' League Cabinet, 35 Commencement Usher, 35 "BO" Club, 3,45 Girls' League President, 45 Student Coun- cil, 45 "Wocsomonian" Staff, 45 Quill and Scroll, 45 "Bear Tracks" Make-up Editor, 1st semester, Circula- tion Manager, 2nd semester. A PACKARD, CECIL -Cec had fun, in English-u11r1 elsewhere- Future Farmers of America, 1,2,3,45 F.F.A. Secretary, 35 F.F.A. President, 4. KARLSON, LEONA -Eyelashes Iwo inches lung- Future Homemakers of America, 1,25 Latin Club, 2,35 Chorus, 3. JOHNSTON. ARDELLA -llflfllflillg bells in June- Future Homemakers of America, 3,45 Chorus, 3.4.- TUNNICLIFF, WILLIAM -"I like lo hunt :md fish"- Boys' League, 25,45 Spanish Club. he future rulmiml of the navy- F u e Farmers of America 2,3,4Q Football, 2,3,4Q Boys' " " b, 3,43 Boys' Club President, 43 Boys' Lea- , S , 5 . . . i gue Re ntative, 4' Footb ll Captain 4 FFA Sec- retary,X4, TA. Basketball, , Pep Band, 4. W ENTA, DONNA .TO -Always has a great big smile- Cathedral High, Denver, Colorado, 13 A1'nold's Park High, Arnold's Park, Iowa, 23 Lemmon High School, Lemmon, South Dakota, 33 Chorus, 1,2,3.43 Pep Club, l,2,33 Band, 23 Girls' Athletic Association, 33 Quill and Scroll, 3,43 Dewey Decimal, 33 Business Manager, High School Paper, 33 "30" Club, 3.43 Commencement Usher, 33 "Wocsomonian" Staff, 43 "Bear Tracks" Advertising Manager, 2nd semester, 43 Music Festival, 43 Christmas Concert, 43 "Tiger House," 43 President, Quill and Scroll, 43 Spanish Club, 4. N ELL, STANLEY VVILDERMAN, ELLEN MARIE -Meet the proud owner of a bee-utiful red convertible!- Spanish Club, 1,2,43 Chorus, 1,21 Music Festival, 1,23 Christmas Concert, 1,23 "Attic at Midnight," 13 Girls' League Cabinet, 2,43 Spanish Club Vice President, 23 Chorus, President, 23 "30" Club, 2,42 Future Home- makers of America, 4. ANDERSON, MARILYN JEAN -Neat, sweet and hard to beat- Home Economics Club Assembly, 13 Chorus, 1,31 Span- ish Club, 2,33 Talent Assembly, 33 "Maritana," 33 Music 'Festival, 33 Spanish Club Assembly, 33 Future Home- makers of America, 43 "Why the Chimes Rang," 43 "Moonlight for Herbert" Production Staff, 4. MAGNUSON, JOYCE -A honey of a honey blonde- Freshman Class President, 13 Spanish Club, 1,23 Student Council, 13 Chorus, 1,2,3,43 Music Festival, 2,33 "Attic at Midnight," 23 Pep Club, 2,33 "Maritana," 33 Commence- ment Usher, 33 "Why the Chimes Rang," 4. J , POWELL, CHARLOTTE MAY -Her hobby is trying to be good- Spanish Club, 1,23 Band, 1,2,33 Music Festival, 2,32 "At- ' tic at Midnight," 23 Pep Band, 2,31 Girls' League Cab- inet, .2,43 Pep Club, 3,43 Girls' "M" Club, 3,42 Class Vice President, 33 Pep Band Librarian, 4. J ONES, VERNA -She'll he gone but not forgotten- Future Homemakers of America, 13 Band, 1,2,3,4Q Pep Band, 1,2,3,4Q Latin Club, 2,42 Girls' "M" Club, 2,33 Or- chestra, 2,3,43 Music Festival, 2,3,43 "30" Club, 33 "Woe- somonian" Staff, 33 Brass Ensemble, 33 Pep Club, 3,43 Ilgadio Cllliib, 43 Pep Band Secretary-Treasurer, 43 "Tiger ouse," . STERNER, MARY -"My hobby is apple polishing"- Peter Burnette Junior High School, San Jose, Califor- nia, 13 Moscow High School, 2,3,43 Future Hornemakers of America. 3.41 Girls' League Cabinet, 3.4. HORNING. IRENE -A very efficient president- Future Homemakers of America, 1,2,3,43 "Attic at Mid- night," 23 Pep Club, 3,41 Spanish Club, 3,43 F.H.A. Cab- inet, 33 F.H.A. President, 4. MCMASTER. OPAL -"I love to dance"- Future Homemakers of America, 1,2,33 Chorus, 1,2,3,43 Music Festival, 2,3,4Q "Maritana," 3. MENGELKAMP, HELEN -Tall, :lurk and pretty- Future Homemakers of America, l,2,3,4g Chorus, 1,2,3, FRISCHKNECHT, NITA -Her baton is talented- Majorette, 1,2,3,4g Future Homemakers of America, 1,2, 3,4g Orchestra, 15 Band, 1,2,3,4g F.H,A. Cabinet, 3. OUGLAND. VALERIE -Meet the :laughter of the mayor of Cornwall- Future Homemakers of America, 1,2,3,4g Band, 1,2,3,4g Music Festival, 2,3,4. DALKE, DAVID -Southern drawl and plenty on the ball- University High School, Columbia, Missouri, 1,2,3,, lst of 43 High "Y", 2,35 Softball, 2,33 "U" Club, 2.3: Basket- ball, 3,4g Moscow High School Boys' League, 4: Basket- ball. 4: "Why the Chimes Rang," 4. BLACK, LEILA THOMAS -It's a wonrlerjul life!- Future Homemakers of America, lg Girls' League Cab- inet, 1,2,4g Spanish Club, 2,35 Girls "M" Club, 2,33 Com- mencement Usher, 3. ERICKSON, BARBARA JEAN -A girl who loves music- Future Homemakers of America, 1,3,4: Band, 1,2,33 Or- chestra, 1,2,33 Pep Band, 2,3. DAVIDSON. ELIZABETH -She really has friends in Washington- Chorus, 1,2,3,4g Future Homemakers of America, 1,2,3,4: Music Festival, 2,3,43 "Attic at Midnight,23 "Maritana," 3: Spanish Club, 33 Triple Trio, 3,41 Girls' State Repre- sentative, 33 Girls' Nation, 33 Music Club, 4: "Bear Tracks" Staff, 4, Radio Club Secretary-Treasurer, 45 "Why the Chimes Rang," 43 State Winner, Borah Foun- dation Contest, 4. SWENSON, FRANK H -Meet Swansy- Boys' League, 2,3,4g Radio Club, 4, KELLY, RICHARD LEWIS -A big wheel around here- Football, l,2.3,4: Track, 1,2,3,43 Basketball, 2.3.43 "M" Club, 2,3,4g Student Council, 3,43 Commencement Usher, 3: Junior Class President, 3, Junior Prom Committee, 3: "30" Club, 45 "Wocsomonian" Staff, 45 "Bear Tracks" Snapshot Editor, 45 President A.S.M.l-LS., 4. KELLY, ROBERT LEROY -"I dorft ask questions, I just have fun! Boys' "M" Club, 2,3,4g Latin Club, 33 Vice President "30 Club, 33 "SO" Club, 3,45 Commencement Usher, 33 "Woe somonian" Staff, 3,41 "Bear Tracks" Staff, 33 Student Council, 43 "Bear Tracks" Business Manager, lst se mester, 43 Vice President, A.S.M.H.S., 4 Basketball, 1,2,3,4g Track, 2,33 Class Vice President, 23 I GRAY, JOHN -A fellow with fl mincl full of motors- Band, 1,2,33 Pep Band, 1,25 Radio Club, 4. KAUFFMAN, FRANCES -YVl1at ll wnrclrobef- ' Waukesha High School, Waukesha, Wisconsin, 1,2,3, lst semester of 45 Student Council, 13 Assembly Commis- sion, 23 'Girl Reserves, 2,35 Girls' Athletic Association, 3, Moscow High School, 2nd semester of 4, PRATT TED' -Tull, blond and full of fun- St. Maries High School, lg Football 2,31 Basketball, 2,35 f'Maritana," 33 Chorus, 33 Music Festival, 35 "M" Club, sl. NOT PICTURED ROBERT CARRICO ELMER CLARK ROBERT HATCH GORDON WEINMAN Qgfonor Students HIGH HONORS MURIEL SHELTON BETTY THOMPSON MARGARET TORELL DAVID FURNAS ETI-EEL DOYLE ELIZABETH DAVIDSON IRENE HORNING HONORS MARILYN WILLIAMS JOYCE MAGNUSON CARYL INGEBRITSEN ELIZABETH FITZGERALD DAVID BANKS CHARLOTTE POWELL -A .Aw , P Sf ff-i ' ' an K " I' 'rib : First row, left to right: Marvin Bakken, Don Theophilus, Larry Riedesel, Jim Roupe, Dean Sullivan, Jack Hamilton, John Bysegger, Roland Wilde. Second row: Paul Waterman, Clarence Olson, Beth Tunnicliff, Nancy Shelton, Alice Mae Wilson, Joan Parks, Pat Weltzin, Sibyl Schultz, Sheila Janssen. Third row: Iwan Teare, Charles Cole, Bob Mar- tin, Vonnie Weeks, Virginia Young, Eleanor Powell, Mary Thompson, Lois Jean Settle, Phyllis Roberts. Fourth row: Don Werneke, Charles Goolsby, Don Iverson, Loris Rathbun, David Sampson, Eugene Pickerd, Harold Simmons, Kenneth Steensma, Howard Evans, Dale Hammerly, Norman Nelson. tmzors Ad ance OVING up to and assuming their greater responsibilities Were the members of the junior class who proved to be the fnost prosperous class, financially, in school. During the year the class sponsored the "Foot Ball." Jane Perry and Russell Haynes were chosen as football queen and king. The junior girls sold refreshments at home football games. These undertakings were so successful that the class donated fifty dollars to C A R E, a relief organization. The highlight of their social calendar was the Junior Prom given April 10 at the Russell Gym. The theme was "Moon Mist." DON THEOPHILUS president ERLENE CLYDE vice president president, 2nd semester IVIARIAN HAYNES secretary-treasurer NANCY SHELTON council representative Around table, left to right: Nancy Shelton, Mr. Correll, Don Theophilus, Marian Haynes, Erlene Clyde. Into Role of Leaders hip First row, left to right: Gerald Chandler, Jack Ewasen, Jack Marineau, Jack Chamberlain, Orland Crooks, George Williams, Charles Clark. Second row: Gertrude Miller, Mary Brown, Ermalee Dickinson, Lulu Mae Flatt, Jean Bruegeman, Vida Frischknecht, Doris Goebel, Mary Bergman, Bonnie Moore, Shirley Jackle. Third row: Joan Flor- ence, Joyce Hewitt, Barbara Iverson, Jo Hubbard, Marjorie Hatton, Betty Deesten, Luella Cadwallader, Hazel Clark, Ruth Dimond, Erlene Clyde. Fourth row: LeRoy Anderson, Bill Graue, Bob Maize, Lloyd Kalblinger, Bud Hagan, John Gaiser, Lorin LaFoe, Bill Hassler, Marian Haynes, Dolores Jonas, Pat Meyerhoeffer. as .ee ' 5 M ,Si l is nm me ml A 'el V.: - JAMES BROYLES president HUGH BURGESS vice president JACK CARTER secretary-treasurer JOHN BOND council representative Charles Bonnett, Arthur Dalke, Elbert Boswell row Edythe Holmes, Dorme Anderson, Isabel Susan Staley, Geraldine Frltzley, Dale Yar Pat Iverson Fern Swenson, Elaine Hart, Fourth row Jack Carter, David Wxlllams, Jlm Anderson, Ed Johnson, Tom Parker, ophomores Gam ,l if ' M-af 1 1 ...1 ' First row, left to right: Dick bruster, Hugh Burgess Barnwell, Jeanne Goulder, ander. Third row: Jeanette Fletcher, Thelma Taylor, Anna son, Richard Rogers, Bob Barber Hunt Hatch, Robert Weisel. Statmc in S 1 -. I f.. ' ly if I Q V, 1 ' : fr V1 i. X i - i X X u 'Y '-- ' 'Li - V'-' F 9 Q l bi f it F V NJ N 5 l 1 l l R 5 ',' , f HE sophomore class had a very successful year, taking an active part in all school affairs and sponsoring tvvo out- standing mixers. The first one, "Feudin', Fightin' and Fussin'," featured a miniature still set up in the alcove. The second, in an en- tirely different vein, was decorated With black silhouettes of various school couples with the appropriate theme, "N ear You." At this dance, a clever Way of making money was employed. A leap year auction was held with several of Moscow High School's eligible bachelors being auctioned off to the highest bidders. The sophomores also have several boys Who have been regular participants in football, basketball and track. M fy wif ff tuclent K Affairs S8 mx 5 First row, left to right: Jim Pavel, Gale Mix, Kenneth Dick, Howard Williams, Oba McCoy, Duane Fredekind. ..Sec- ond row: Susan Banks, Elaine Dunn, Nola Herrmann, Haleen Gunther, Pat Hubbard, Kathleen Williams, Laneva Eldridge, Velma Wilson, Phyllis Bergman, Joan Ogle. Trird row: Donna Robbins, Arlene Williams, Thelma Ru- dolph, Catherine Fitzgerald, Janet Drake, Dorothy Dalke, Dorothy Knapik, Beverly Baker, Valorie O'Donnell. Fourth row: Richard Schmidt, Don Taylor, Merlin Anderson, Don Adams, Dale Allen, Bob Reitan, Jimmy Parkes, Boyd Pe- dersen, Richard Showalter. Qdires Hman Win , TS FIRST year in high school proved that the freshman class is an enterprising group. Initiation was the first ac- tivity Which confronted the class, and the freshmen par- ticipated in it wholeheartedly. Witches, doughnuts and cider were featured at the Hal- loween dance which was under the direction of the youth council. The other two dances were "Come to the Mardi Gras" given November 26, which had a Latin American theme, and "Moonlight and Mistletoe" given December 19 on the eve of the beginning of Christmas vacation. Boys of the class have been particularly active in sports, taking part in football and track With several of the fresh- men as spark plugs of the "B" squad basketball team. 1 L Q DON TAYLOR president EDRO MILLER vice president OBA MCCOY secretary-treasurer IVADELL GREEN council representative Around table, left to right: Mrs. Harrington, Ivadell Green, Don Taylor, Edro Miller, Oba McCoy. Conjidence During First Year First row, left to right: Kenneth Carter, Carroll Sodorff, Joe Corless, Edro Miller, Roger Collins, Milton Gustin, Clifford Booth. Second row: Avis Hendrickson, Margaret Teare, Billie Steffens, Marlene Moser, Adele Thomas, Grace Bowman, Mary Weisel, Donna Adams. Third row: Naomi Little, Ulaine Gibbs, Lita Frischknecht, Berneda Hatley, Opal Simpson, Mary Cornelison, Sally DuSault, Dorothy Carter, Donna Crossler, Rita Schroeder. Fourth row: Joy Collins, Patricia Carey, Leona Smith, Laverne Gilbertson, Thomas Keith, Elmer Dunn, Rodney Burton, Tim- mie Hart, Evelyn Daniel. -all 4. W , . fs 29- f Y Uv 41 ' ei ,N ...f - 2 eg as Sp , ., , W . t, , A ill' X' 3 E '98 3' .F 1- , 3 W, 59, in W S?f'iQig F L 9 "saw ,,, a WEA if . ff? Qrgcmi ations Ox: I I 5 lf, 'z 'uf' If I 5 :asf 11 I 7 I I 'Zz ' 1 I 4523 gr Q23 I 42" 59 l Page 29 1-sz First row left to right Stanley Stockwell, fludd Kenworthy fvice presidenty, Bob Barstow fpresidentj, Harold Sim- mons: E-5553 Dahmen Second row Bob Maize, Rodney Burton, David Furnas Csecretary-treasurerj, Allan Johnson, 0 I-IE Boys' League had the whole school guessing with the mystery of the B.L.L. Mysterious' posters heralded the event for many weeks before the mystery was finally re- vealed when the Boys' League Leap, a date dance, was given January 10 in the cafeteria. Early in the school year the league sponsored an assem- bly for the boys with Colonel Hale as guest speaker. As another main activity the boys conducted the collec- tion of clothes for the Overseas Relief Clothing Drive in the high school early in the winter. cc ALLING LEAVES" was the theme of Debs' Nite, the annual formal given by the Girls' League in November. Hundreds of twinkling, silver leaves swaying in the breeze over the dancers were the featured decorations. In the early fall the girls made candy and cookies for two food sales given to supplement the treasury for the financing of Debs' Nite. In mid-March the league members entertained their mothers at a St. Patrick's Day tea in the cafeteria made lovely with spring flowers. The tea has become a yearly social event of the league. The new cabinet gave the Senior Tea late in the spring. Caryl Ingebritsen, Charlotte Rosella Kelly, Mary Sterner, Wilderman, Ollie Marie Pack- sem C af asa any an First row, left to right: Joan Parks, Jeanne Goulder, Shirley Harris, Ruth Dimond, Mary Thompson, Jane Bow man. Second row: Mrs. Handy, Bob Maize, Bill l-Iassler, Shirley Mitchell, Alice Mae Wilson, Jim Roupe, Iwan Teare David Sampson. INCE there were only three returning members, the Moscow High School troupe of Thespians was not active until after the production, "Moonlight for Herbert." Fol- lowing this, several students were eligible for initiation. Thespians is the national honorary for outstanding high school dramatics. Membership in the club is earned on the basis of a point system. Points are given for having a part in a play and work on production and business connected with the play. Ten points are necessary, requiring 100 hours of work. After being inactive for several years, Moscow troupe number 56 was reorganized last year. Cghcspian Club HE Music Club was inactive during most of the first semester as there were only two members remaining from last year, but at the beginning of the second semester fourteen new members were initiated into the club. Students gain admittance to the club on the basis of points earned in doing musical work in such things as solos and small ensembles. They must have twenty points to be accepted. Aside from having regular activity period meetings, the members met every other Sunday for short business meet- ings, for refreshments and to listen to selected music. "We've Got Plenty of Nothing" was the theme for the all-school mixer sponsored by the Music Club. cfbffusic Club First row, left to right: Susan Staley Cvice presidentb, Muriel Shelton, Lois Jean Settle Csecretary-treasurer! Mrs Reichhard, Elizabeth Davidson. Second row: David Sampson Cpresidentj, Ruth Dimond, Nancy Shelton, Pat Iver son, Glen I-Iorning, Mr. Reichhard. v ,L .ax , if First row, left to Fright: Roland Wilde, Margaret Torell qsecretary-treasurerl, Barbara Davis, Dolores Jonas, Donna Jo Walenta Cpresidentl, Betty Thompson. Second row: Mrs. Boas, Jack Marineau, Bruce Budge, Karl Klages Qvice presxdentj, Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Sheila Janssen. UILL and Scroll, national journalistic honorary society, . after an absence of six years in Moscow High School was again organized this year under the supervision of Mrs. Ruth Boas. Quill and Scroll honored ten pledges at a candlelight cere- and mony to initiate them into the society. In order to be eligible for membership, a student must meet the following qualifications: have full junior standing, be in the upper third of the class scholastically, excel in CTO writing, news photography or the business field, be recom- mended by the school publications' adviser, approved by the national secretary and have done outstanding work in journalism. HE "30" Club, which is enjoying its second year of or- ganization in Moscow High School, is composed of the jour- nalism class and all students who have worked ten hours or more on the "Bear Tracks." ff 7 9 Editors of the "Bear Tracks" were chosen from the jour- 3 O C Ml nalism class, but it was only through the combined efforts of all members of the "30" Club that the tremendous job of editing the annual was accomplished. Most of the "30,' Club members did their work after school, doing such tasks as selling annual sbuscriptions, selling advertising, arranging picture schedules, and pasting picture pages. To complete its year of journalistic work, the club gave a party for the members. First row, left to right: David Banks, Bob Kelly, Herb Fritzley, Bruce Budge. Second row: Marlene Moser, Char- lotte Powell, Verna Jones, Catherine Fitzgerald, Sally DuSault, Donna Robbins, Valorie 0'Donnell, Dolores Jonas, Janet Drake. Third row: Florence Robinson, Nadine Tisdall, Ellenlwilderrnan, Donna. Jo Walenta, Muriel Shel- ton, Elizabeth Davidson, Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Sheila Janssen, Marilyn Wllllarns, Barbara Davis, Margaret Torell, Mrs. Boas. Last row: Billie Steffens, Jack Carter, Karl Kl2lg6S, DICK Kelly, Jim ROUPB, David SHHIPSOU, C12-YWII Harmsworth, Jack Marineau, Roland Wilde. First row, left to right: Helen Havens ftreasurerb, Josephine Revord, Barbara Iverson Qsecretaryj, Irene Horning Cpresidentl, Miss Freeman, Helen McDaniel, Marilyn Williams, Doris Smith, Erlene Clyde fvice presidentl. Sec- ond row: Ardella Johnston, Nita Frischknecht, Helen Mengelkamp, Eleanor McDaniel, Lorene Taylor, Barbara Erick- son, Hazel Clark, Florence Robinson, Kathleen Williams, Leona Smith, Joy Collins, Naomi Little, Colleen Hatch. Third row: Maxine Mulalley, Dorothy Knapik, Rita Grieger, Pat Hubbard, Timmie Hart, JoAnn Wilde, Marilyn Anderson, Shirley Mitchell, Caryl Ingebritsen, Jeanne McAlexander, Lorna Hooper. Fourth row: Mary Bergman, JoAnn Brannon, Doris Goebel, Thelma Taylor, Valerie Ougland, Vida Frischknecht, Joan Florence, Jean Bruege- man, Helene Gunther HE Moscow High School chapter of the Future Home- makers of America started out the year with a formal initia- tion of its new members and a party in the cafeteria. Their next social event was the annual "Harvest Ball" given in November in cooperation with the F.F.A. This dance featured cider, doughnuts and the usual things con- nected With harvest. In November they also gave an assem- bly which consisted of a Truth or Consequence program. ki On Valentine's Day the "Sweetheart Ball" was given. ma O Votes for a Queen of Hearts were cast through the sale . of homemade cookies. Erlene Clyde was elected to this honor and crowned at the dance. Miss Freeman, home economics instructor, was the ad- viser for this active club. Members of the club are those enrolled in home economics classes or those who have taken it for two years. First row, left to right: Lita Frischknecht, Edythe Holmes, Grace Bowman, Mary Weisel, Velma Wilson, Joan Ogle, Thelma Rudolph, Donna Crossler, Laneva Eldridge. Second row: Dorothy Kammeyer, Dolores Espeland, Pat Iver- son, Mary Brown, Jean Sterner, Helene Fletcher, Jeanette Sterner, Opal Simpson, Donna Adams, Evelyn Daniel. Third row: Nola Herrmann, Vonnie Weeks, Pat Carey, Ulaine Gibbs, Jane Perry, Virginia Jones, Betty Hillman, Donna Dunn, Elizabeth Davidson, Ethel Doyle, Dorothy Dalke. First row, left to right: Stanley Stockwell fpresidentj, Larry Riedesel, Lorin La Foe, Russell Haynes, Jerry Shoop, Glen Dahmen, Clayton I-Iarmsworth, Charles Clark. Second row: Bob Maize Csergeant-at-armsj, Bob Kelly, Jerry Neely, Alfred Hagan, John Gaiser, Lloyd Kalblinger, Eugene Pickerd. Third row: Dick Greif fvice presidentj, Herby Fritzley, Dale Shumacher, John Bond, Dick Kelly, Bob Bjorklund, Ed Johnson. Fourth row: Bob Barstow Csecretaryj, George Williams, Elbert Boswell, Harold Simmons, Bruce Budge, Jim Anderson, Karl Klages. HE Boys' "M" Club started this year off With a bang 28 57 by escorting their dates on a hayride in the early fall. Later in the season they had two notable initiations, which will be long remembered by the initiates. Q f H In the spring they staged their annual unforgettable "MH M, Club picnic that Was their high spot of the year. Membership to the club can be gained by earning a letter in one of the major sports. HE Pep Club, which isnevv this year, consists of girls who have earned 500 points by participation in after-school sports and leisure time sports. In their White letter sweaters and dark skirts the girls have taken tickets at basketball and football games and Q assisted in the various sports activities. They gave the Tvvirp Dance in March with four-leaf clover decorations and the theme of 'Tm Looking Over a Four- Leaf Clover." First row, left to right: Helene Fletcher, Betty Deesten, Hazel Clark, Joan Florence Cvice presidentj, Jane Bowman presidentj, Erlene Clyde lsecretary-treasurerj, Mary Thompson. Second row: Joyce Hewitt, Irene Horning, Mary Bergman, Eleanor Powell, Verna Jones, Joan Fitzgerald, Dolores Jonas, Betty Thompson, Marian Haynes, Mrs. Hen- derlider. , xp . '14 ,le rf? rt if swf, First row, left to right: Hugh Burgess, Paul Eke, Frank Crawford, Bob Barber, Bill Graue, David Williams, Don Theophilus. Second row: David Banks, Beth Tunnicliff fsocial cliairmany, Nancy Shelton fpresidentj, Ruth Di- mond, Nadine Tisdall, Betty Thompson, Jane Bowman. Third row: Ethel Doyle Csecretary-treasurery, Irene Horn- ing, Jo Hubbard, Helene Fletcher, Jeanne McAlexander, Maxine Miller, Dolores Jonas, Mr. La Voie. Fourth row: Marilyn Williams, Jo Ann Wilde, Marilyn Anderson, Elaine Dunn, Jane Perry Cvice presidenty, Pat Meyerhoeffer, Elizabeth Davidson. . HE special aim of the Spanish Club this year wascreating Sp a better understanding of Spanish speaking countries. The activities it has presented have been along this line. The first and second year classes gave a half hour radio program featuring musical and cultural numbers over sta- C M, tion KRPL in February. The annual Spanish Carnival was given May 8 by the Spanish Club, with booths given out to other groups. FTER getting off to a slow start this year the Latin Club ' was reorganized, and a new constitution was adopted by the club members. As the club was in debt some fifty dollars which had accumulated over several years, the treasury was reim- bursed by the payment of dues and selling of pins left from last year to the new members. On April 16 the Latin Club gave an all school mixer. First row, left to right: Jack Milton, David Sampson, James Broyles, David Furnas, David Banks, Bill Graue, Don The- ophilus, Roland Wilde. Second row: Doris Smith, Beverly Gallup, Grace Bowman, Sally DuSault, Adele Thomas, Helen Keith, Beverly Baker. Third row: Susan Staley, Dorothy Kammeyer, Geraldine Fritzley, Lorna Hooper, Mari- lyn Baue1', Joan Parks, Alice Mae Wilson, Sheila Janssen qpresidentj, Velma Wilson, Joan Ogle. Fourth row: Charles Bonnett, Joe Corless, Glenn Mortensen, Dolores Espeland, Carol Boas, Joyce Rudolph, Elizab ' taryj, Helen Polilod Csocial chairmany, Barbara Greene, Marian Haynes, Billie Steffens. 1 ' row: Virginia Jones Cvfeifipresidenty, Verna Jones, Jane Bowman, Mary Thompson, Mary Cornelisou, Marlene Moser, Catherine Fitzger- ald, Janet Drake, Dorothy Carter, Thelma Rudolph, Susan Banks, Marjorie Hattan, Mr. La Voie. 'iss 4 rw.. ,ML ag' W X , was-aw Qhxti ities 4" 32 I 1,1 r! "'4l Il I 5 o:'j Q1 I 'll an '59 0 'I If I S9 I 'f I I 014, 15" liz I I 6, 4 Page 37 100 al 1. We 5 igear Tracks Along the Trail SEPTEMBER FEBRUARY 8-School opens 4-Melody Boys' assembly 12-Student Council "Get Acquaintedn mixer 5-Journalism assembly 25-Pep Rally and Street dance 7-l'iWe've Got Plenty of Nothing," Music Club ance 29-4-H Style Show i 13-Girls' League dinner for Pullman Cabinet 30--Blodgett assembly, pianist 14-"Sweetheart Ball," F.H.A. dance 23-D.A.R. assembly OCTOBER 28-"The Blue Room," Radio Club dance 1-Senior-Frosh dates MARCH 7-Girls' League dinner for Frosh 10-Sophomore dance , V 4-5-6-District Tournament 10-"Old Clothes Day" 10-11-12-13-Regional tournament . x xt, 18-Boys' Club hayride u 24-The "Foot" Ball, Junior Class dance , ff- 31-Halloween dance 14-Girls' League Tea for Mothers 18-P.T.A. play 19-"I'm Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover," Pep Club dance NOVEMBER 4-F.H.A. Assembly 24-The Volga Troubadors' assembly 7--F.H.A. "Harvest Ball" 8-Rose Resnick assembly, blind pianist APRIL 15-"Falling Leaves," Debs' Night formal 1-B.H.S. A Capella Choir 2-"The Mask Ball," Student Council mixer 21-"Moonlight For Herbert," all-school play 26-Erman Gray assembly, marimbist 6-"Tiger House," Senior Class play 26-gCome to the Mardi Gras," Freshman Class ance 7-Spring vacation begins 10-"Moon Mist," Junior Prom DECEMBER , 12-Spring vacation ends 5-gThe Night Before Christmas," Senior Class 13-Band C0!'1C6I'f ance V 23-Sophomore dance 12-"Say it with Music," Pep Band dance , - 30-Music Festival 13-Basketball jamboree 17-Girls' League Christmas party MAY 18-"Why the Chimes Rang," Christmas play 19-Freshman Class dance 1-Music Festival 20-Christmas vacation begins 3-SP1'1I1iSl1 Carflival 15-State Track Meet JANUARXV 22-Senior Ball 23-Baccalaureate A 5-Christmas vacation ends 25-Commencement 10-B.L.L.-Boys' League Leap-Boys' League dance 14-Leonard assembly, Birdman 16-Sophomore Class dance 23-Matinee dance-End of semester 30-"Pass that Peace Pipe," Chorus dance zu l-ah Margaret Torell Betty Thompson co-editor co-editor Karl Klages Sheila. Janssen Elizabeth Fitzgerald Herbert Fritzley Donna. Jo Walenta sports editor make-up make-up, lst semester circulation advertising circulation. lst semester 2nd semester 2nd semester 'fear Tracks' Work of Man Hands First row, left to right: Barbara Davis, Senior Activitiesg Muriel Shelton and Elizabeth Davidson, Senior Picture Schedulesg Dolores Jonas, Classes and Organizationsg Second row: Dick Kelly, Snapshot Editorg Clayton l-Iarrnsworth, Sports Assistant: Mr. Vincent La Voie, Senior Picture Adviserg Jack Marineau and Roland Wilde, Photography. or t . 535W f "VME ,Gaps Left to right around table: Margaret '1'or"ll, Donna Jo Walenta, Betty Thompson, Elizabeth Fitzgerald, Jack Carter, Bob Kelly, Clayton Harmsworth, Dolores Jonas, Jim Roupe, Barbara Davis. Standing, left to right: Mrs. Boas, Howard Evans, Jack Marineau, Dick Kelly, Sheila Janssen, Karl Klages, Bruce Budge. Cwocsomonian Staff Steps Up Pace HE Wocsomonian staff and its adviser, Mrs. Ruth Boas, sailed safely over many a rough sea to meet the deadline for each "Wocso" edition which appeared approxi- mately every three weeks. Aside from the regular editions a main feature put out this year was the April Fool issue filled with the ridiculous as only the journalism class could make it. The editorship and other positions on the Wocsomonian were rotated among various members of the class during the year. All photographs in the annual and Woo- somonian except the seniors and faculty pictures were taken and finished by Jack Marineau and Roland Wilde. Jack Mari- neau. also made the Wocsomonian en- gravings. My yy 1 5: 4 1 ,ff . ,wiyggf ,af ""'Q'K . .xg . gk Q5 4 55 vw 1 1 E:::E:E:E:E:E9:--.,....:....... 1 Qi as rf 'Q AM 'U' 1 - f - X A y r , A x 'X ?f W' A' Z- ' ix ., 11, if Y ,Q- - ug :Lui f?'swwggr H3335 W '22 Z ff' W .,,,,.,- aw, x W9 N. 1 WW 1 Joan Fitzgerald Donna. Jo Walenta. Jo Anne Wilde Erlene Clyde, Queen of Hearts for F.H.A. "Sweetheart Ball" princess senior queen princess 0 alt on Parade Russell Haynes and Jane Perry, King and Queen of Football, for Junior Class "Foot" Ball 1 2-1 1 1 sl 11 in J E rl ,wa ,Xu E KT gn 9' 1 5 3 First row, left to right: Jane Bowman, Alice Mae Wilson, Joan Parks, Jeanne Goulder, Shirley Harris, Shirley Mitch- ell. Second row: Bob Maize, Le Roy Anderson, Jim Roupe, Bill Graue, Muriel Shelton, David Sampson, Alfred Hagan, oonlight for Herbert QQ MOONLIGHT for Herbert," an all school production directed by Mrs. Nadine Handy, was presented November 21 in the auditorium. It was a comedy depicting the tribulations and antics of two teen age boys who got themselves and their fam- ilies in numerous confusing predicaments that formed a complicated plot. 'why the Chimes Rang IN KEEPING with the holiday season, "Why the Chimes Rang," a choral play, was presented by the choir, dramatics class and Various other students in the auditorium on December 18. The massed choirs of both the high school and Whitworth school were dressed in white choir robes with black ties. A cast of students portrayed the story of a little boy Whose generosity caused the chimes to ring. ' The production was directed by Mr. and Mrs. Reichhard, Mrs. Nadine Handy and a group of student teachers. 'I 1' l X-3 , 1' ' 'I Ili' -7 1 -W in '1MK'f:Y':':'d'i I 'ii ' I ' I Left to right: Bruce Budge, Judd Kenworthy, David Banks, David Dalke, Muriel Shelton, Floyd Gephart, Verna Jones, Betty Thompson, Donna. Jo Walenta, Dorla Myhre. Tiger l-louse CQ TIGER House," a spine tickling mys- tery, was presented by the senior class April 6 in the auditorium. The plot cen- tered on Erma Lowrie, a young shop girl who went to live in Mystery Manor, the house she inherited from her eccentric Aunt Sylvia. Erma's cousins, Arthur and Oswald, her Aunt Sophia, and a former girl friend are all guests when things begin to happen. Thrills, chills, romance, laughter and suspense prevailed throughout the play until finally the identity of the mys- terious tiger was discovered. Mrs. Handy Was the director of the play. i cfbffusic Holds TRI TRIO First row, left to right: Joan Parks, Phyllis Parrott, Jeanne Goulder, Dolores Espeland. Second row: Nancy Shelton, Elizabeth Winegar, Elizabeth Davidson. Third row: Muriel Shelton, Susan Staley. HE chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Gene Reichhard, gave its first presentation, "Why the Chimes Rang," in con- junction with the dramatics class on December 18. This was a one-act choral play with a familiar Christmas theme. 61107145 and During the first semester different members of the choiulsu p3.rticilpIated in programs presented before the class ' ' eac ri ay. is was to encourage pubic appearances and ,TWO Comblne show hidden talent. ' - The second semester found the organization preparing Slnglng Talent for the Lewiston Music Festival. All of the time was de- voted to learning songs for the annual affair. , The Triple Trio composed of nine girls was busy this year singing at numerous town and school functions. David Sampson is accompanist for this group. Accompanist, Joan Parks. First row, left to right: Beverly Baker, Velma Wilson, Ulaine Gibbs, Margaret Teare, Rita Breeden, Margaret Stewart, Helene Fletcher, Lois Lee, Bob Maize, Dolores Espeland, Mrs. Reichhard, Pat Iver- son, Don Steensma, Jack Milton, Ruth Dimond, Jeanne Guulder, Janet Drake, Elizabeth Winegar, Phyllis Parrott, Mary Weisel, Ethel Doyle. Second row: Joan Ogle, Phyllis Bergman, Ardella Johnston, Dorla. Myhre, Mona Johnson, Doris Gephart, Dorine Anderson, Betty Hillman, Donna Dunn, Muriel Shelton, Jo Ann Brannon, Doris Goebel, Alice Mae Wilson, Nancy Shelton, Dorothy Carter, Mary Cornelison, Sally DuSault, Elizabeth Davidson, Dorothy Kanuneyer, Jo Hubbard. Third row: Berneda Hatley, Pat Carey, Opal McMasters, James Broyles, Ehner I-lingston, Iwan Teare, James Gardner, Judd Kenworthy, James Keating, Joe Parkes, Le Roy Anderson, Hunt Hatch, David Wil- liams, Verna Jones, Lorna Hooper, Ermalee Dickinson, Maxine Miller, Frances Kauffman. Kldopulcvr Appeal FRESHMAN TRI TRIO First row, left to right: Phyllis Bergman, Elaine Dunn, Susan Banks, Mary Weisel. Second row: Velma Wilson, Belverly Baker, Janet Drake, Sally DuSa.u1t, Mary Cor- ne ison. HE Moscow High School band, under the direction of Mr. Richard Reichhard, completed another of a long series of eventful years. Last fall the band, deckedout in the traditional uniforms of crimson and white and led by the majorettes, Was always G d on hand to add stirring music, color and life to all the home at ames an football games and several of the out-of-town games. Highlighting the year's Work were a concert given before at Concelts the entire student body and a half-hour radio broadcast over KRPL. The band also gave a public concert in the audi- torium and an outdoor concert in late May. fBcmd Generous First row, left to right: Allan Johnson, Velerie Ougland, Phyllis Roberts, Vida Frischknecht, Glen Horning, Nita Frischknecht, Dick Crossler, David Sampson, Marilyn Bauer. Second row: Doris Smith, Susan Banks, Isabel Clyde, Lita Frischknecht, Laneva Eldridge, Malcolm Neely, Douglas Turnbaugh, Wilfred Paluth, Billy Handel, De Wayne Normington, Elaine Hart, Colleen Hatch, Bob Hatch, Roy Harris, Junior Dahlberg, Bob Bennett, Rita Krieger, Ver- na Jones. Third row: George Garrison, Clarence. Olson Caryl Ingebritsen. Charles Schroeder, Mr. Reichhard. .vii First row, left to right: Nita Frischknecht, Phyllis Weeks. Second row: Lita Frisch- kneeht, Vonnie Weeks, Vida. Frischknecht, Maxine Mulalley, Timmie Hart, Phyllis Bergman, femajorettes Howe Universal Appeal OSCOW High Sch0ol's six majorettes were very active this year, performing between halves of many football and basketball contests. The girls tried out several .impressive new techniques this year, such as twirling in the dark gymnasium while batons and hats were equipped with small flashlights. The veteran members of the majorette group are four in number with two freshman additions. Also new to the group is nine-year-old Phyllis Weeks who took part in latter performances. fPep Band Spurs Cheering Section HE Pep Band really lived up to its name, as it played for all the home basketball games and several of those out of town. 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' I lsr, ':5,, ga of Page 55 Richard Sodorff Ray Turner Cioaches Guide Bears FOR the first time in several years Mos- cow's athletic department had two coaches at the helm. The Bears were headed by Ray Turner, who graduated from the Uni- versity of Idaho in 1942. While there he was well known for his outstanding per- formances on the Vandal maple court. Aft- er graduating, Turner returned to the U. of I. for his master's degree but was called into the Army Air Corps. When discharged from the service, Ray worked with the veterans' administration while playing professional basketball in the American Basketball League. Richard Sodorff, acting as assistant coach, also is a graduate from the Univer- sity of Idaho and is now working for his master's degree. Sodorff supervised intra- mural sports along with other coaching responsibilities. Sports Pass in Review WATH Moscow High School's 1947-48 athletic achievements compiled in the data books as recorded statistics and with eyes focused on next year's potential prospects, the past sports season left with us both bitter and sweet memories. The Bears opened the year with a bruis- ing, unimpressive football campaign. Mos- cow received seven straight defeats and was held scoreless until the final Armistice Day contest against Pullman. The disas- trous slate also placed the Moscow eleven in the Bi-State cellar. The Cub gridders took four setbacks but the experience gained from playing the heavier, superior opponents will be a great asset. Moscow's hard-wood artists brightened up the sport picture by turning in a better than average schedule. The Bear hoopsters registered 12 triumphs out of a 22-game field and captured a second place berth in the Bi-State competition. In tournament play, the Moscow quintet claimed the runner-up position in the Dis- trict Tourney and won the North Idaho Regional Tournament Consolation honors. The track season, of course, is unpre- dictable at the time this annual goes to press but the thin-clads should turn in a favorable showing with cross-country ma- terial strengthening the squad. First row, left to right: John Bond, Stanley Stockwell, Lloyd Kalblinger, Bruce Budge, Russell Haynes, I-Iarmsworth, Dick Kelly, Jim Anderson. Second row: Cleon Thomas, Larry Riedesel, John Gaxser, Dale macher, Bob Barber, Bud Hagan, Harold Simmons, Bob Maize, Ed Johnson, George Williams Third row Bieren, Jack Ewasen, Bob Bjorklund, Jerry Shoop, Lorin LaFoe, Jerry Neely, Charles Cole, B111 Staley, B111 Ray Turner. Not pictured are Dick Greif and Frank Papineau. oscow Qfuefrfwhelmed b Qpponents Sept. 19-Moscow 0 ...... Sept. 26-Moscow 0 ....... Oct. 3-Moscow 0 ...... Oct. 17-Moscow 0 ..... Oct. 24-Moscow 0 ..... Oct. 31-Moscow 0 ..... Nov. 11-Moscow'6 ..,.... Potlatch Colfax Clarkston ........Lewiston Dayton Walla Walla Pullman Budge smashes off tackle against Clarkston's Bantams Shoop is smothered by a. host of Dayton players Grid Action ALTHOUGH the 1947 football sea- son Was not too impressive, Moscow was not as completely outclassed by opponents as the scores indicated. Coach Ray Turner built the squad around the six returning lettermen- Russell Haynes, Bruce Budge, Stanley Stockwell, Dick Kelly, Bob Maize and Dick Greif. The lack of experience in reserve material Was an apparent handicap. From the standpoint of statistics, Dick Kelly h Larry Riedesel Harold Simmons Stanley Stockwell Dick Greifx K Alfred Hagan 'L Summecl Up the Bears' ground attack was obvi- ously the weak department of their offensive game, but they managed to hammer out 40 first downs to the opposition's 96 and tabulated 1,043 yards against 1,922 for the opposing teams. In forwards, Ray Turner's eleven completed 22 of 64 attempts for a total of 196 yards. On the other side of the ledger, Bear opponents heaved 80 forwards, completing 26, for 376 yards. , .p E, 5 az? Bruce Budge Russell Haynes Z f if I ....,, E .,., """ all I ' , ,T :E5?i,a.,,. ' .r , Clayton Harmsworth Bob Maize Top-Bear gridders smear Dayton ball- carrier. Bottom-Haynes is pulled down in night game at Colfax. Dale Schumacher JERRY NEELY BOB BJORKLUND LORIN LAFOE JERRY SHOOP 135 pound sophomore 175 pound sophomore 160 pound junior. 155 pound sophomore center letterman tackle letterman halfback letterman halfback CHARLES COLE 160 pound junior end qiootball Prospects for Future HE outlook on next year's football situation is bright. Coach Ray Turner has fourteen lettermen returning to the roster and with well experienced freshman and sophomore material strengthening the reserves, Moscow should really move the pork-hide up and down the gridiron. BILL STALEY BOB BARBER LLOYD KALBLINGER 195 pound senior ' 160 pound sophomore 156 pound junior center - letterman tackle letterman quarterback KEITH BIEREN GEORGE WILLIAMS - JOHN GAISER CLEON THOMAS 165 pound sophomore 175 pound junior 158 pound junior 140 pound senior fullback V letterman guard letterman end halfback Promise Potential Power House Another favorable aspect to look forward to next fall will be new field lights and bleachers, thus ushering in for the first time night ball games. Thanks to the Moscow Junior Chamber of Commerce, who promoted the new lighting facilities, more Moscow adherents from the business district will have a chance to witness the high school clashes. ,f1Pl ff ll' JW! QM' Skill' N FRANK PAPINEAU EDWARD JOHNSON fu Aix JACK EWASEN 160 pound junior 175 pound sophomore fl 0 .. 'i 190 pound junior letterman guard 5 letterman fullback Lf:-JP fullback BILL GRAUE 178 pound junior tackle ' Lama- vm- ,smmmrlnm ummam mmvmrw-N M First row, left to right: Elmer I-Iingston, Frank Crawford, Hugh Burgess, Rodney Burton, Paul Eke, Elmer Dunn, Richard Rogers, Gordon Iverson, Paul Waterman. Second row: George Reinland, Robert Weisel, Gerald Chandler, Carroll Sodorff, Milton Gustm, Bob Reltan, James Broyles, Don Taylor, James Keating, Dick Crossler. Gab Prospects Will Brighten '48 Roster l OACH Richard Sodorff built a scrappy football machine out of light freshman and sophomore prospects this year and although the Cubs failed to hit the Win column, they did manage to baffle bulky opponents with tricky field generalship. The lack of weight spelled defeat in every game. Showing outstanding ability throughout the season were Bob Reitan, Elmer Dunn, Paul Waterman, Gordon Iverson, Don Taylor, Frank Craw- ford, Hugh Burgess and Elmer Hingston. Troy 20 . . . Moscow 0 Clarkston 50 . . Moscow 0 Lewiston 4Q . . Moscow 6 Pullman 14 if . . Moscow 0 if ,i Graduating Seniors, left to right: Dale Schumacher, endg Stanley Stockwell, tackleg Dick Greif, guardg Clayton Harmsworth, centerg Bill Staley, centerg Bob Maize, junior tackleg Harold Simmons, junior endg Backfield-Cleon Thomas, fullbackg Dick Kelly, quarterbackg Bruce Budge, halfbackg Russell Haynes, halfback. QM, . 'Jw Y. ' .,. , Er, M. ' 1'-I , Miwffifrlifili' i f .4a'f .,.. -E ' f 4 4 255. - zf ,, ' Cgfoopstefrs Complete Successful Season Dec. 9-Moscow 29 .......,. Kendrick 28 Dec. 20-Moscow 17 .... ....... W est Valley 23 Dec. 16-Moscow 35 ...... .....,.......... P alouse 21 Dec. 23-Moscow 24 ,,,, ,,,,,..,,,, P alguse 20 Dec. 19-Moscow 23 . ..... ......... W est Valley 21 Dec. 30-Moscow 34 .... ....... T roy 13 1 ,, 1 Jan. Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan Jan. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. 2-Moscow 3-Moscow 6-Moscow 9-Moscow 13-Moscow 16-Moscow 20-Moscow 23-Moscow -Moscow -Moscow 3-Moscow 6-Moscow Lewis 85 Clark ..................Genesee .,......Genesee .....,..Clarkston ....,,.....CoIfax .......Da.yton .......Pomer0y ........Pullman .........,Lewiston ........Clarkston ..........Dayton ..........Pomeroy Feb -Moscow Feb. -Moscow Feb. -Moscow Feb. -Moscow District Tournament Mar. 4-Moscow 31 ...,.. Mar. 5-Moscow 24 ....,. North Idaho Tournament Mar. 10-Moscow 25 ....... Mar. 12-Moscow 45 ..... .........Kendr1ck .........Pullman ........Lewiston . ........ Potlatch ......,.Lewiston .. ...... Lewiston Coeur d'Alene ,.... ...... K ello gg iBdsketl9all in Building Stage NDER the able tutelage of Coach Ray Turner, Moscow's basketball team completed its 1947-48 season by notching thirteen triumphs out of a spectacular twenty-six game cam- paign. The Bears, blowing hot and cold throughout the entire season, garnered eight victories against two defeats on their home court but lost six of eleven hectic roadtrip en- counters. Summarizing the season in short order, Moscow registered 282 field goals and converted 192 charity shots for a total of 762 points. Center Bob Barstow annexed the season's indi- vidual scoring laurels by contributing 171 points. Here's how the 'other individual scoring stacked up: 4-V""S BQQSLQE if if 125 ffl L-hifi 'P steensmafflffffffffffffff 46 20 64 114 Dalke .l.,............... ..... 3 8 31 41 109 B. Ktelly .................... 37 26 sz 100 Simmons ...... Kalbllnger 31 25 83 87 D. Kelly .................... 26 16 47 68 14 12 50 40 Clark ......... ......1... 1 1 10 16 32 Johnson .......... 6 6 7 20 Gaiser ,...... ......,... 4 5 14 13 I-Iorney .................... 1 3 3 5 Pickerd .................... 1 1 0 3 Total ................ , ..... 282 192 457 762 Q, .1 cfbfoscofw Coinpetes in Tournaments THE colorful District and North Idaho Regional Tournament held in the early part of March in Lewiston, highlighted Moscow's maple-court ac- tion. With only Lewiston and Moscow represented in the Class A District playoffs, the Bengal Idaho State Champions easily coasted to two vic- tories, winning by margins of 46 to 31 and 45 to 24. I11 the first Class A contest of the Regional tourney, the Bear quintet opened up against a rugged, rangy Coeur d'Alene five and was over- powered by a 41-25 margin. After being billed as under-dog for the consolation berth against a speedy Kellogg squad, Moscow, who was operating under a 15-point def- icit at the intermission, came surging back with the resumption of play and registered a 45-43 triumph. E fCounfer-clockwisej Ernest Horney-senior forward, letterman Johnny Gaiser-junior guard, letterman Kenneth Steensma-junior forward, letterman Dick Kelly-senior forward, two year letterman Edward J ohnson-sophomore guard, letterman Eugene Pickerd-junior forward Alfred Hagan-Basketball Manager mu? First, row, left to right: Eugene Pickerd, Lloyd Kalblinger, Bob Kelly, Dick Kelly, John Gaiser, Bud Hagan. Second row: John Bond, Ernest Horney, Charles Clark, Dave Dalke, Robert Barstow, Kenneth Steensma, Harold Simmons, Ed Johnson, Coach Ray Turner. Gubs Give Promise for Future . ' M K d ' k OSCOW'S Cubsi coached by Richard M2323 H 2215528 Sodorff, emerged victors in elght out of M3333 .. Pals:-nge Seventeen encounters- Moscow ..... ........ ' "eased Moscow was sparked by freshmen Edro 522223 ""' """' lg 222252 Miller and Bob Re1tan 1n the guard slots MOSCOW ----- ------------ C Olfax . . . Moscow Pomeroy and Don Taylor in the forward pOS1t10I1. Moscow ..... ........ P uuman ' M scow L ' t Constantly pormdmg the boards were Mgscow Clgflgtgfl sophomores Kelth B1eren, Bob BJork1und Moscow lrgonaegoi ' ' ' ' OSCOW ell l'1C and .Jerry Shoop. Leadlng the 1nd1v1dual Moscow .Punman scoring parade were Reltan Wlth 92 polnts, MOSCOW Lewiston Moscow ..... ......,. P otlatch Miller with 86 and Bieren with 71. First row, left to right: Glen I-Iorning, Paul Eke, Carroll Sodorff, Coach Richard Sodorff. Second row: Bob Reitan Edro Miller, Don Taylor, Jimmy Anderson, George Reinland. Third row: Jerry Neely, Keith Bieren, Bob Bjork lurid, Jim Welch, Elmer Dunn, and Clifford Booth. 1 5 a 4 5 fl SE Q 5 S E E Q nfs X if Q F? w i ff if i. S 5 N re 2 'E :Se SSS 3? 55 2 I ,e MW .Q,...., v,W-X.-wwf' . A....w.X,,,...fMMW ',,- .-..-,....L.........m. .,., ,. .,...h..,.,..,.,,N.,w.,.M,,,....,......x.,.Mw,.,........,. ,X.,.,,,..-..,.....,..,1 ?S B8 ? H, . T ' jjj i ,g'1T"5'k- Lf ' is-5 First rowz Charles Clark, Jim Anderson, Charles Cole, Larry Riedesel, Dick Kelly, Clayton Harmsworth, Elbert Bos- well, Irorin La Foe, Jerry Neely, John Bond. Second row: Bob Trimble, Hunt Hatch, Roger Collins, Bob Weisel, For- rest Williams, Roy Verner, David Williams, Glen Dahmen, Bob Reitan, Jerry Shoop, Jack Marineau, Frank Crawford. Third row: Coach Ray Turner, Paul Waterman, Jack Ewasen, Rodney Burton, Bob Barber, Don Theophilus, Kenny Dick, Stephen Ambruster, Keith Bieren, Jack Carter, Ed Johnson, George Williams, Eugene Pickerd, George Gar- l'IS0l'l.. Cghin-clacls Bwrn Up Cinclers HE Moscow thin-clads completed a suc- cessful season last spring by placing first in a tri-school meet with Pullman and Col- fax. The team also came through by gath- ering a second place at the annual invita- tional meet at Clarkston and District meet on the Bears' home track. Six fleet-footed spikesters who won first or second places at the District were eligi- ble to run in the State. These speedsters Were: Bruce Budge, 8805 Clayton Harms- worth, low and high hurdlesg Charles Ber- ry, discus, and Karl Klages, 440. Also cop- ping honors for the Bears were sopho- mores Lorin LaFoe, sprints, and Larry Riedesel in the low hurdles. This year with a heavy turnout on the cinders prospects look bright for the Bears. Forming the nucleus of the squad will be lettermen Dick Kelly and Lorin LaFoe in the sprints, Clayton Harmsworth and Larry Riedesel in the hurdles. Repre- senting the distance events will be Charles Clark and Eugene Pickerd. Many under- classmen turning out should assure the Bears of victories in the years to come. Dick Kelly, Larry Riedesel, Charles Clark, Glen Dahmen, Clayton Harmsworth, Lorin LaFoe, Jerry Neely, Eugene Pickerd, Elbert Boswell. 'lla iso. irfit 1, cfbffoscow rl-lcwricrs Show Promise URNING in stellar performances, the 1947 cross-country team had a fair year by winning 1 of 4 meets in which they competed. The Moscow harriers were defeated in dual meets with Lewiston and,Pullman by nar- row margins. Clarkston was the thin- clads' victim by a 28-29 score mid- way through the season. In the annual "Banana Belt" run held at Clarkston October 24, Moscow placed fourth. Captain Eugene Pick- erd was the Bears' most outstanding performer. Pickerd paced the team to three first place honors. Other high scorers in the dual competition field were Glen Dahmen and Elbert Bos- well. First row, left to right: Glen Dahmen, Dale Allen, Sec o11d row: Eugene Pickerd, Dave Furnas, Elbert Boswell Sprinters Lorin Lal-'oe, Dick Kelly and Jerry Neely at starting blocks Hurdlers Larry Riede- sel and Clayton Harms- worth run practice trial. 439332 W Joan Fitzgerald Eleanor Powell Jim Roupe Dieii Teams XHIBITING apparently double jointed b, bends, whirling cartwheels and 'Alim- be leaps into space, Moscow High's cheer lea 'ng trio has completed a most success- fu year of leading yells, promoting enthu- siasm and supplying courage not only to 4- Eleanor Powell, Jim Roupe, Joan Fitzgerald -sw. , . , ..M,,.Ci-,--,Wgi,-,,g,.--W -1-Z . - a wg 4- i mime.-Q ei ,,,,. igfwg Wise' ii V .,1. - " V 'wi I L T1 h I gs PW- .. by f Elegf qf f i 2 p 1 A fl ' H sggieea siui gifs .. , Qifilf. ' iii if-W e vw wwf fl ,.., ,M :wi Q. jess' 'gn , i,,,Z, 323 Qxias ,ip l,i,lQ3gQfs'ffl ,L 'Q g gay, 5 A I G I, H - . ,,f:...g,qg. js., if 1 si jf - E-ug-ff. f N r- 1 .faifigmp wg , 2, . 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Main Phone 2327 F "Say It With Flowers" and 314 south Main Ph 7191 111 1.1.-..1uu1nl1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1m-u1u-1.1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1pl1..1.l1..1l.1..1g.1 1 1 1.g1..1..1..-..1l.1g-1..1..1..1..1 1 1 1.1 1 1 1 1 1 WEISEL INSURANCE AGENCY Telephone 512 S. Main, Moscow "Between the Theaters" ffifftibc -1 eMEN'S APPAREL There Is No Substitute For Quality I 4. .- - -..-......-..-..-..-..-..-...........-..-..-...-...-...-..-...-............-..-..-...-1..-1--... - -u-aim:-in-um.-uu1uu1 1 1 1 1.nn1u 1 1 1 1 ,.1....1,,,.1.,,.1n.1.- 1 1 1 ,,1.,,, 'I' .-...L -5-U.-.....-.A-....-..-..,.-..-....-..-..-....-,.u-..,1......- -..-4. THE PAPER HOUSE Quality Stationery School Supplies Best Sellers Records 412 S. Main St. Phone 2149 1.m...-.ml--nn1 1..,.1,.,,1 1 1 1 .1l,1m.1 1..,1,,,,1,, 1m,1m1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1,111,111 Congratulations to the Senior Class of 1948 MODERN WAY MARKET 1,.-u1uu1nu1.W1,m1.,,.1nn1g.,,1,,,,1,,,,1 1 1 1.,1,, KORTEIPS Ice Cream Dairy Products Ice - Buttermilk 4th and Washington Phone 6011 ' 1,.1,.n1.,1u..-gn.-,,,....,,.. 1 1 1.n1.,1,,1..1,,1. ....un1g.1 1 1 1nn1un1nn1,,,.1..,1,,1 1 1 1.1.1.4 KYLE,S PHOTO SUPPLY Cameras Films Developing Enlarging Tinting Flash- Equipment ' H A D D O C K ' S ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES WE REPAIR AND SELL ANY ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE RADIOS - LIGHT FIXTURES - IRONS RANGES - MISCELLANEOUS 403 S. Main Phone 2165 n.1nm1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1W1,..,1 .,1.,,1 1u.I1m-.lm1,m1,m1,,,,...nu1nu1m11un1 1.u.,-M1 In Appreciation O of the c6Bear Tracks" Staff of Moscow High School and the Class of 1943 Laurence E. 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