Moscow High School - Bear Tracks Yearbook (Moscow, ID)
- Class of 1950
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Administration . . Page 5
Classes . . . . Page 13
Organizations . . Page 33
Activities . . . Page 45
Sports . . . Page 61
Advertising . . Page 78
It's twenty minutes after four and school is out for the year.
Time Marches Un
As THESE last swift Weeks have brought
this fun-filled high school life to a close for us
seniors, they have also brought many new de-
cisions and plans for the future.
Although we are individuals and will lead
different lives, Time is our common dominating
force. No one can plan anything, whether it be
a last minute date or a job for the future, with-
out taking into consideration the right moment,
the suitable time.
Now, then, is the time for us to leave. It is
time for the juniors to take over leadership, and
for each class to take on a new role.
Therefore, the three of us have taken Time,
which we consider a guiding force of life, and
used it for our theme throughout this book.
On the following pages we have tried to cap-
ture many pleasant moments and occasions
which are all a part of the March of Time.
As years pass and erase some of these mem-
ories, we hope that you will open this book,
and like turning a clock back, you may see
again some of our fun-filled high school days
Students are obviously enjoying themselves during assembly.
VE E HAVE gone to school to get an educa-
tion, but in getting it, We have had the times
of our lives-times that vve'll remember long
after We have forgotten algebra equations or
After certain history dates have slipped our
minds, vve'll remember other dates- Debs'
Night When that cute new gal got up the nerve
to ask her dream man, the Senior Ball with
that handsome football captain. And didn't We
have fun decorating for the Junior Prom?
Some of the classes were even fun. Who
could forget the discussions in sociology? Or
the time in study hall when we sang "Happy
Birthday" to someone?
And, of course, the games. Even when we
lost it was fun. When we Won, it was terrific.
Remember all the times when We took the buses
to out-of-town games? Everyone surely got a
load of our school spirit, including those poor
Who could forget Old Clothes Day? It's a
mystery Why some of the kids didn't get pneu-
monia, running around in barrels or pajamas
when they should have had on coats. Yet
everyone, even the teachers, seemed to live
These things, and so many others, will stay
with us a long time. The 1950 Bear Tracks, in
order to help us remember the fun we have
had, is dedicated to our good times in high
school. May We never forget them!
MRS. MARY CANNON
L. C. ROBINSON
oflclministfration and Faculty
RUNNING a school system is like managing
a large corporation. Mr. Robinson, superintend-
ent of three Moscow schools, manages the
finances, the hiring of teachers, and takes care
of all the problems connected with the schools.
Mrs. Mary Cannon is his secretary.
Working hand in hand with the students is
Principal Francis Nonini. His regular duties
include arranging assemblies, scheduling all
dances and special activities, and advising the
Student Council. The office secretary is Mrs.
Besides conducting their various classes, the
faculty members may be found advising clubs
and classes, and chaperoning dances.
The school board supervises the overall edu-
cational policy of the school system. One of the
problems before the school board at present
is the expansion of the building program to
take care of the large enrollment coming up.
Left to right: Mrs. Earl Clyde, L. C. Robinson, William C. Banks, 0. W. Schroeder, Richard Oleson, Allen Janssen, and Otha Lyon,
MRS. EDITH LONG
TED Correll, boys' adviser, is a genial fel-
low who is never too busy to help others
with their problems.
In his twenty-three years at Moscow high,
Ted has taught algebra, geometry, general
math, and trigonometry. He also has been
credited with helping many students with
their future professions and hobbies as Well
as cultivating new interests right in high
He is a sought-after class adviser because
of his unfailing efforts to help with dances,
raffles and other money-making activities so
important to a successful class.
Girls' Adviser l
THROUGHOUT the year many a girl has
received help and encouragement from Mrs.
Beulah Martin, girls' adviser. Her judgment
and Wisdom are respected by all the girls Who
constantly file in to present their problems
and receive her advice.,
Besides teaching her mathematics classes,
she manages to find time for supervising the
Girls' League cabinet and assisting with teas,
dances and various other activities.
She also takes charge of the aptitude tests
and consults with each girl in high school as
to her special talents and future career.
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Latin, Boys' Chorus
WILLARD BARNES IRENE GUSTAFSON Girls' Healthy
English III Speech, English V World History
EDWARD DALVA PAULINE WHITEHEAD
English I, Dramatics English III, English vu NORMA GREENE
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neral Science, Biology
HAZEL FREEMAN CLINTON WISWALL
Home Economics Agriculture
MAYBELLE GEHRKE CLYDE YOUMANS
Library Manual Arts,
Physics, General Science,
Chorus, first semester
RALPH PAA S C H
Football Coach, B Squad
Basketball, Health, P. E.,
Football Coach, B Squad
Basketball, Health, P. E.,
Track, second semester
IT HAPPENED HERE . . . 1.-Mrs. Walenta says so . . . 2.--Wha happened? . . . K.-Anna. Plumley gives a reading at F.H.A.
tea . , , 4,-Tuneful hunch , , , 5.-Thoughtful! , . , 6,-Whatfs your excuse, Goff? . . . 7.-Ca.n't he read? . . . 8.-What a
mouthful! . . . 9.-Jaussi masters the finer things of life . . . it's either that or let his boys go ragged . . . 10.-Ummmmm
hummm good . . . 11.-Girls with the zolden voices . . . 12.--Paasch saves money for athletic fund . . . 13.-This ain't the
end, boys . . . 14.-Hugh Burgess rings one at the Spanish Carnival . . . 15.-Receiving Girls' League nins at awards assembly.
This page was paid for hy the following doctors: The Moscow Clinic, Dr. J. G. Wilson, Dr. C. 0. Armstrong, and Dr. J. F.
Gray. Because of their generosity we were able to include more pictures than would have been otherwise possible.
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CTING as the voice of the high
school, the members of the Student
Council took care of the problems and
Wishes of the students as best they
Their activities included buying
flower baskets for the use of all
school organizations, renting Staplers
to the different clubs, and buying an
American flag as a permanent addi-
tion in the gym.
First rowt, left to right: Ann Carson, Edro Miller, Gale Mix, Isabel Clyde, John Bond Cpresidentj, Jim Anderson, Richard Gil-
lespie Ginger Jones. Second row: Francis Nonxm qadviserl, Rodney Burton, Jane Perry, Richard Rogers, Catherine Fitzgerald,
Bob Barber, Jerry Neely, Beverly Gallup, Larry Carson, Allen Dalherg, James Keating.
JERRY NEELY KEITH BIEREN
Council Representative Secretary-Treasurer
P e fourteen
High School Days
ATTENDING only events pre-
fixed by the Word "senior" Would
have kept any student busy this
year. First there were senior-frosh
dates on October 5, closely fol-
lowed by the senior mixer "B.A.M."
February 24 found the seniors
donning grease paint to present the
Irish comedy, "Peg O' My Heart."
With springtime came the senior
tea and the picnic, and "Memories,"
the Senior Ball.
Baccalaureate and commence-
ment brought to an end four Well
rounded years for the graduating
class of 1950.
JOHANSEN, BETTY ANN
Ambition: To go to college.
Says: "Who, me?"
Orofino High School, 1-2: Moscow High School, 3-4.
Ambition: To be a good farmer.
Says: "Where's Claudia?"
Band, 1-2-3-4: Music Festival, l-3-4: F.F.A., 3-4: F.F.A. Re-
porter, 8: Golf, 3: F.F.A. Secretary, 4.
Ambition: To pass any subject.
Says: "Floorboard that rod."
F.F.A., 2-3-4: F.F.A. Sentinel, 3-4: Football, 3: Track, 4.
Ambition: To be a night club bouncer.
Says: "Ooooooh, could Il"
F.H.A., 1-2-3-4: Chorus, 1-2-3: Music Festival, 1-2-3-4: Cast,
"Maritana," lj Latin Club, 2: Production Staff, "Meet Me In
St. Louis," 4: Production Staff, "Peg O' My Heart," 4: Thes-
pian Club, 4.
PLUMLEY, ANNA MAE
Ambition: To travel around the world.
Says: "Duh ..... you don't say!"
F.H.A., 1-2-3-4: Cast, "Maritana," 1: Chorus, 1: Music Fes-
tival, 1: Latin Club, 2.
Ambition: To invent a machine to take the spring out of
Says: '4Hey, now."
Potlatch High School, 1-2: Yell King, 1-2: Moscow High
ichool, 43-4: Thespian Club, 3-4: Cast, "Meet Me In St.
Ambition: To make a million.
Says: "Who did?"
Cast, "Maritana," 1: Latin Club, 1-2: Chorus, 1-2: Music
Festival, 1-2: Football, 2-3-4: Boys' "M" Club, 3-4: Student
Council, 4: BEAR TRACKS Assistant Editor, 4: WOCSO-
MONIAN, 43 Boys' "M" Club Vice President, 4.
SWENS ON, FERN
Ambition: To have fun. '
Says: "It's a gay life."
Latin Club, 1-2: F.H.A., 1-2-3-4: F.H.A., President, 4: Senior
gounselora 4: Production Staff, "Peg O' My Heart, 4: Senior
Nickname: Missy K.
Ambition: To get some ambition.
Says: "It cou1dn't be."
Gallatin County High School, Bozeman, Montana, 1: Mos-
cow High School, 2-3-4.
Ambition: To graduate.
Says: "Tain't easy."
Chorus, 1-2-3-4: Music Festival, 1-2-3-4: Boys' Glee Club
Ambition: To be the third best dressed woman in America.
Says: "There ought to be a law against i.
F.H.A., 1-2-3-4: Latin Club, 1-2: Chorus, 1-2: Music Festival,
1-2: Cast, "Maritana," 1: Cast, "Why the Chimes Rang," 2:
International Club, 3-4: Quill and Scroll, 3-4: "30f" Club, 3:
BEAR TRACKS, 3-4: WOCSOMONIAN. 3-4: WOCSOMON-
IAN Business Manager, 4.
Ambition: To be a farmer and graduated from high school.
Says: "Holy catfish."
F.F.A., 3-4: F.F.A. Reporter, 4: Track, 4.
Ambition: To build a hot rod.
Says: "Holy cow."
University High School, Columbia, Mo., 1: Cast, "The Little
Minister," 3: Production Staff, "Meet Me In St. Louis," 4:
Cast, "Peg O' My Heart," 4: Thespian Club, 4.
Ambition: I-Iasn't got any.
Says: "Oh, shift."
Spanish Club, 1: Yell Leader, 1-2-4: Latin Club, 2: Girls'
League Cabinet, 2-3-4: Commencement Usher. 3: Girls' State,
3: Student Council, 4: Production Staff, "Meet Me In St.
Louis," 4: Thespian Club, 4: G.A.A., 4: Pep Club, 4.
Ambition: To be a hillbilly the rest of her natural days.
Says: "It's a great life, isn't it?"
Band, 1-2: F.H.A., 1-2-3: Music Festival, 1-2-3-4: Latin Club,
2-3: International Club, 3-4: Commencement Usher, 3:
Chorus, 3-4: Tri Trio, 3-4: Girls' State, 3: Girls' League
Cabinet, 4: Chorus Accompanist, 4: Cast, "Dixie Doo Dah," 4.
Ambition: To pass English.
Says: "Oh, I wouldn't say that."
F.F.A., 2-3-4: Football, 3: F.F.A. Treasurer, 4: Track, 4.
Ambition: To be a surgeon.
Says: "She ain't too young for me."
Spanish Club, 1-2: Band, 1: Music Festival, 1-2-3-4: Track,
2-3: Chorus, 2-3-4: International Club, 3-4: International Club
President, 3: Cast, "Dixie Doo Dah," 4.
Ambition: To get married and travel.
Says: "Oh, shut up!"
F.H.A., 1-2-3-4: Production Staff, "The Little Minister," 3:
Production Staff, "Meet Me In St. Louis," 4: Production
Staff, "Peg O' My Heart," 4: Thespian Club, 4
SMITH, DORIS JEAN .
Ambition: To wait three years before starting college.
Says: "OW, I'm so furiatedf'
F.H.A., 1-2-3: Band, l-2: Music Festival, 1-2-3-4: Latin Club,
2: Thespian Club, 3-4: Cast, "The Little Minister," 3: Chorus,
3-4: Christmas Concert, 3: "Cast, "Dixie Doo Dah," 4.
Ambition: To be a forest ranger. .
Cross Country, 1-2-3-4: "M" Club, 2-3-4: Track, 2-3-4.
Ambition: Hasnit got any.
Says: "How about that?"
Latin Club, 1-2: Band, 1: Cast, "Meet Me In St. Louis," 4:
Cast, "Peg O' My Heart," 4.
VAN HARDENBERG, MARGARET
Ambition: To get out of high school.
Says: "Oh, drop dead!"
Coeur d'Alene High School, 1-2: Moscow High School, 3-4:
Ambition: To learn to speak Norwegian.
Says: "Pretty cagey."
Chorus, 1-2-3-4: Cast, "Maritana," 1: Latin Club, 2: F.H.A,,
I-2-3: Music Festival, 1-2-3-4: International Club, 3: All
Northwest Music Conference in Portland, 3: Cast, "Meet Mc
In St. Louis," 4: Thespians, 4.
BJ ORKLUND, ROBERT
Ambition: To own two motorcycles.
Says: "I don't give a .... V'
Football, 1-2-3: Basketball, l-2: Boys, "M" Club, 2-
sic Festival, 2.
Ambition: To get a job.
Says: "It don't make no difference."
Ursuline Academy, 1: Moscow High School, 2-3-4: Football,
2-3-4: Basketball, 2-3-4: Commencement Usher, 3: Boys'
State, 3: Boys' "M" Club, 3-4: Boys' League Cabinet, 4:
Class Secretary-Treasurer, 4.
Ambition: To become a teacher of .Tu-jitsu.
Says: "Can't-that's fattening."
F.H.A., 1-2-3-4: Chorus, 3-4: Music Festival, 3-4.
Ambition: To get married.
Palouse High School, Palouse, Washington, 1-2: Moscow
High School, 3-4: Chorus, 1-2-3-4: Music Festival, 1-2-3-4:
Music Camp Scholarship, 3.
Ambition: To own a harem.
Says: "You're ruined for life and maybe forever."
Football, 1: Track, 1-2: Cross Country, 2-3: Boys' League
Cabinet, 2: Boys' "M" Club, 2-3-4: BEAR TRACKS Make-up
Editor, 4: WOCSOMONIAN, 4: Quill and Scroll, 4: Pacific
Slooe Press Conference in Seattle, 4: WOCSOMONIAN Ad-
vertising Manager, second semester, 4.
IVERS ON GORDON
Ambition: Hasn't any.
Says: Quite a few things. -
Football, 1-2-3-4: Chorus, 1-4: Music Festival, 1-4: F.F.A.,
2-3-4: F.F.A. Secretary, 3: Boys' League Cabinet, 3: F.F.A.
Vice President, 4: Boys' "M" Club, 4.
HILLMAN, BETTY LOU
Ambition: To hitch my wagon to a star.
Says: "Good land."
F.H.A., 1-2-3-4: Chorus, 1-2-3-4: Music Festival, 1-2-3-4:
International Club, 3.
Ambition: To graduate.
Says: "Who, me? I was asleep."
Spanish Club, 1-2: Student Council, 1-4: Football, 2-3: Com-
mencement Usher, 3: Boys' State, 4: Quill and Scroll, 4:
Thespians, 4: Class President, 4: Cast, "Peg O'My Heart," 4:
BEAR TRACKS, 4: WOCSOMONIAN, 4: Pacific Slope Press
Conference in Seattle, 4: BEAR TRACKS Snapshot Editor,
4: WOCSOMONIAN Advertising Manager, first semester, 4:
Ambition: To join the Navy.
Says: "Follow that man! He's cute."
Latin Club 1-2: F.H.A., 1-2-3: Latin Club Vice President, 2:
International Club, 3-4: WOCSOMONIAN, 3-4: BEAR
TRACKS, 3-4: "30" Club, 3: Quill and Scroll, 3-4: Com-
mencement Usher, 3: Girls' League Cabinet, 3-4: Girls'
State, 3: Student Council, 4: Chorus, 4: Music Festival, 4:
Production Staff, "Peg O' My Heart," 4: Cast, "Dixie Doo
Dah," 4: Girls' League Secretary, 4: BEAR TRACKS Co-
Editor, 4: Thespian Club, 4: D.A.R. Representative, 4: Pa-
cific Slope Press Conference, Seattle, 4. I
VAN HARDENBERG, BARBARA
Ambition: To become a secretary.
Says: "Oh, fudge."
Coeur d'Alene High School, 1-2: Moscow High School, 3-4.
Ambition: To be a co-ed.
Says: "Tain't easy."
Moscow High School, 1-2-3-4.
Ambition: To be able to master a Ford.
Says: "I wouldn't bet on that."
Palouse High School, 1-2: Moscow High School, 3-4
Ambition: To finish what she starts.
Latin Club, 1: Chorus, 1: Pep Club, 2: Girls' League Cab-
inet, 3: Cheerleader, 4: Cast, "Meet Me In St. Louis", 4:
Thespian Club, 4.
Ambition: To be a farmer's wife.
Says: "Ain't love grand?"
Lake Preston High School, Lake Preston, South Dakota, 1:
Moscow High School, 2-3-4: Latin Club, 2: Chorus, 2-3-4:
Chorus Secretary, 3: Music Festival, 3: Girls' League Cab-
inet, 4: Senior Counselor, 4: Cast, "Dixie Doo Dah," 4.
Ambition: To make a success of myself.
Says: "I don't give a ..... !"
Boys' "M" Club, 1-2-3-4: Track, 1-2-3-4: Football, 1-2-3-4:
Quill and Scroll, 3-4: Commencement Usher, 3: BEAR
TRACKS, 3-4: WOCSOMONIAN, 3-4: Boys' State, 3: Stu-
dent Council, 4: Quill and Scroll Vice President, 4: Produc-
tion, "Peg 0' My Heart," 4: BEAR TRACKS Business Man-
ager, 4: Thespians, 4.
Ambition: To have a rich uncle and inherit his money.
Says: 4'Scratch my back."
Spanish Club, 1: Freshman Vice President, 1: "M" Club,
1-2-3-4: Pep Band, 1-4: Athletic Manager, 1-2: Music Fes-
tival, 1: Band, 1-3: Student Council, 2-4: Football, 3-4:
Basketball, 3: Track, 3: Boys' State, 3: Y.M.C.A. Legislature,
3: Cast21"Peg O' My Heart,' 4: A.S.M.H.S. President, 4: Thes-
Ambition: To wait three years before starting college.
Says: "I wouldn't put it past her."
F.H.A., 1-2-3: Latin Club, 2: Cast, "Why The Chimes Rang,"
2: Chorus, 2-3-4: Music Festival, 2-3-4: International Club,
3-4: Chorus Secretary, 4: Triple Trio Accompanist, 4: BEAR
TRACKS, 4: WOCSOMONIAN, 4: Production, "Peg O' My
Heart,," 4: Cast, "Dixie Doo Dah," 4.
Ambition: To go to Vassar!
Freshman President, 13 Spanish Club, 1-23 Student Council,
1-43 Boys' State, 23 Boys' "M" Club, 2-3-43 Football, 2-3-43
Junior Vice President, 33 Boys' League Cabinet, 4.
Nickname: Jeanne Mac. U
Ambition: To have a class reunion in ten years.
Says: "To each his own."
F.H.A,, 1-2-3-43 Spanish Club, 23 International Club, 3-43
International Club Secretary, 33 "30" Club, 33 Quill and
Scroll, 3-43 BEAR TRACKS, 3-41 WOCSOMONIAN, 3-43 Pro-
duction, "Little Minister," 33 Quill and Scroll Treasurer, 43
Production, "Peg O' My Heart," 43 Chorus, 43 Music Fes-
tival, 43 Cast, "Dixie Doo Dah," 43 Pacific Slope Press Con-
ference in Seattle, 43 BEAR TRACKS Co-Editor, 4.
Ambition: To catch a man.
Says: "That's life."
Latin Club, 1-23 F.H.A., 1-2-31 Production, "Tiger House,"
13 Orchestra, 1-2Q Production, "Moonlight for Herbert,"
23-Thespians, 2-3-4: International Club, 3-43 Cast, "Little ,
Minister," 33 Cast, "Meet Me In St. Louis," 43 Thespian Club
Ambition: To be a sportscaster.
Says: "Horse feathers."
Latin Club, 1-23 Latin Club Vice President, 13 Cast, "Mari-
tana," 13 Football, 1-2-3-4Q Chorus, 1-23 Music Festival, 1-23
Chorus President, 23 Sophomore President, 23 Student Coun-
gf,g33C2mmencement Usher, 33 Boys' State, 33 Boys' "M"
u , - .
Ambition: To find Chloe.
Says: "Down with school."
Chorus, 2'3'4Q Music Festival, 2-3-43 Boys' "M" Club, 3-43
Ambition: To be a nurse and journalist.
Says: "Ohhh, is it ever!"
Stockton, California, 1-23 Socorro, New Mexico, 2'3Q Mos-
cow High School, 43 Chorus, 2-3-43 Band, 2-3-43 Pep Band,
43. Casti "Dixie Doo Dah," 43 Pep Band Librarian, 43 Thes-
Ambition: To become a beach-comber.
Says: "Well, neaty for you."
F.H.A., 1-2-3-43 Chorus, 13 Music Festival, 13 National F.H.A.
Convention in Kansas City, 23 District F.H.A. President, 33
International Club, 3-41 G.A.A., 33 F.H.A. State Convention, ,
33 Production, "Peg O' My Heart," 43 Senior Counselor, 4. I
Ambition: To play a uke!
Latin Club, 1-23 Band, 13 Music Festival, 13 Football, 2-3-43
Track, 2-3-43 Boys' "M" Club, 3'4Q International Club, 3-4.
Nickname: Dee Dee.
Ambition: To play Romeo in "Romeo and Juliet."
Says: 'Tm crazy. What's your excuse?"
F.H.A., 1-2-3-43 Cast, "Maritana," 13 Chorus, 1-2-3-43 Music
Festival, 1-2-3-43 Production, "Little Minister," 33 Produc-
tion, "Peg O' My Heart," 43 Cast, "Dixie Doo Dah, 43 Thes-
Ambition: To make her first million by the age of 21.
Says: "Ooooohhh . . . would I."
F.H.A., 1-23 Latin Club, 23 G.A.A., 2-32 International Club,
3-42 "BO" Club, 33 Pep Club, 3-43 Quill and Scroll, 43 WOC-
ISIOMQNQAN, 43 BEAR TRACKS, 43 Production, "Peg O' My
ear ," .
Ambition: To drive a Cadillac.
Says: "Who's got the key?" -
Football, 1-3: WOCSOMONIAN, 2-3-4: Spanish Club, 2: "30"
Club, 2-3: BEAR TRACKS, 2-3-4: Radio Club, 3-4: Com-
mencement Usher, 3: Quill and Scroll, 3-4: Quill and Scroll
President, 4: Pacific Slope Press Conference in Seattle, 4:
Sports Adviser for BEAR TRACKS and WOCSOMONIAN, 4.
HAVEN S. IN EZ
Ambition: To be an opera singer.
Says: "Flunk early and avoid the rush."
F.H.A., 1-2-3-4: Chorus, 1-2-4: Music Festival, 1-2-4.
Ambition: To go to Oklahoma and become an "oil maggotf'
Says: "Just like a mad bird."
Latin Club, 1-2: Latin Club Treasurer, 1: F.H.A., 1: ,Student
Council, 1: Production Staff, "Credit to the Family," 1: Yell
Leader, 1-2: Chorus, 1: Music Festival, 1-2-4: Cast, "Why the
Chimes Rang," 2: Triple Trio, 2: International Club, 3-4:
Thespians, 3-4: Production Staff, "The Little Minister," 3:
Production Staff, "Meet Me In St. Louis," 4: Production
Staff, "Peg O' My Heart," 4: Drama Festival, 4.
Ambition: To be a bum.
Says: "Take it easy-don't get hurt."
Football, l-2-3-4: Basketball, 2-3-4: Boys' "M" Club, 2-3-4:
Boys' League Representative, 1.
Ambition: To be a lover of pretty ladies.
Says: "Hi ya, babe!"
Band, 1-2-3-4: Pep Band, 1-2-3-4: Football, 2-3: Chorus, 3-4:
Cast, "Meet Me In St. Louis," 4.
Ambition: To have a lot of money.
Says: "Kiss me again, baby."
Chorus, 1: Music Festival, 1: F.H.A., 1-2-3-4: Student Coun-
cil, 2: F.H.A. President, 3: F.H.A. District Secretary, 4:
Production Staff, "Peg O' My Heart," 4: Thespians, 4.
Ambition: To be an old maid ? ? ? ? ? '
Says: "Hay gives me halitosisf'
Girls' League Cabinet, 1-2-3-4: F.H.A., 1-2-3-4: ,Spanish Club,
2: Spanish Club Vice President, 2: Student Council, 3-4:
Commencement Usher, 3: International Club, 3-4: Y.M.C.A.
Legislative Meeting in Boise, 3: Girls' League President, 4:
BEAR TRACKS, 4: WOCSOMONIAN, 4: Production Staff,
"Peg O' My Heart," 4: Chorus, 4: Music Festival, 4: Cast,
"Dixie Doo Dah," 4.
Ambition: To get a sonnet Written for Mrs. Whitehead.
Says: "That's your story, you're stuck with it."
Cascade High School, 1: Chorus, 1-2-4: Music Festival, 1-2-
3-4: "Why The Chimes Rang," 2: International Club, 3-4:
Triple Trio, 3-4: Cast, "Meet Me In St. Louis," 4: Thes-
pians ,4: Drama Festival, 4: Production Staff, "Peg O' My
Heart," 4: Cast, "Dixie Doo Dah," 4.
BARST OW, KATHRYN
Ambition: To wait three years before going to college.
Says: "More or less."
F.H.A., 1: Latin Club, 2: International Club, 3-4: Chorus, 4:
Music Festival, 4: Cast, "Dixie Doo Dah," 4.
Ambition: To ihow up Michelangelo, Barrymore and Ni-
Says: "Seriously noW."
,Spanish Club, 1-2: Football, 2: Boys' State, 2: Sophomore
Vice President, 2: International Club, 3-4: International
Club Vice President, 3: Junior Class President, 3: Com-
mencement Usher, 3: International Club President, 4: Thes-
plans, 4: Cast, "Meet Me In St. Louis," 4: Production Staff,
"Peg O' My Heart," 4.
Ambition: To get a job in Alaska.
Says Id rather go fishing."
Track 2 3-43 Cross country, 3-43 Boys' Club, 4.
Ambition: To be a journalist.
Says: "Ohhhh, do I!"
Chorus, 13 Music Festival, 13 Latin Club, 1-21 Production,
"Moonlight for Herbert," 23 International Club, 33 "BO"
Club, 33 Commencement Usher, 33 BEAR TRACKS, 3-4:
WOCSOMONIAN, 33 Thespian Club, 3-4: Radio Club, 3-4'
Quill and Scroll, 3-4: Quill and Scroll Secretary, 43 Cast:
"Peg O' My Heart," 4.
Ambition: To be a hot rod driver.
Says It isn't even a real . . . only a maybe."
Latin Club, 1-23 F.H.A., 1-2: Radio Club, 23 International
Club 3 43 Production Staff, "The Little Minister," 33 Pro-
duction Staff. "Meet Me In St. Louis," 43 Production Staff,
Peg O My Heart," 43 Drama Festival, 43 Thespians, 4.
Ambition: To live in Canada.
Says: "Look at that babe!"
Football, 13 Track, 1-2Q Band, 1-2-43 Music Festival, 1-2'3Q
F.F.A. President, 43 Basketball 2-3-43 Boys' State, 33 Golf, 4.
Ambition: To join the F.B.I.
Says Now when I was a frosh . . . "
Band 1 Music Festival, 13 Basketball Manager, 13 Track
Manager 1-2: Latin Club, 1-2: Bovs' "M" Club, 1-2-3-53:2
Basketball, 2-3-41 Chorus, 23 Track, 43 Student Council,
4 A S M HS. Vice President, 4.
Nickname: Pepper. V
Ambition: To stake her claim in the mountains.
Says: "Too muchf'
Latin Club, 13 Cast, "Double or Nothing," 13 Thespian Club,
1-2-3-43 Chorus, 1-2-43 Music Festival, 1-2-3-43 F.H.A., 1-43
Spanish Club, 23 Cast, "Moonlight for Herbert, 23'TI'1p1e
Trio, 2-32 International Club, 33 Girls' League Cabinet, 33
Cast, "Peg O' My Heart? 4.
Ambition: To see the signature on my diploma.
Says Ohhhhh, would I!"
Latin Club, 1-22 Pep Band, 1-2-31 Band, 13 Music Festival,
1 Pep Band Secretary, 23 Production Staff, "Tiger House,"
2 Production Staff, "The Little Minister," 33 Radio Club, 33
Commencement Usher, 3.
Ambition: To be an undertaker.
Says: "My customers usually don't say much."
Johannesburg Rural Ag. School, Johannesburg, Michigan,
13 Moscow High School, 2-3-4.
GARRIS ON, GEORGE
Ambition: To get some sleep.
Says Let's go."
Band 1 2-3-4Q Music Festival, 1-2-3-43 Spanish Club, 13 Pep
Band 2 3-4: Cross Country, 23 Radio Club, 2-3-43 Radio Club
Vice President, 33 Radio Club President, 4.
Ambition: To nab Elmer.
Says: "Well-by gum."
Band, 1-2-3-43 Music Festival, 1-2-3-41 Pep Band, 3-fl:
BEAR TRACKS, 3-43 WOCSOMONIAN, 3-41 Cast, "Dixie
Doo Dah," 43 BEAR TRACKS Advertising Manager, 4.
Ambition: To find nicknames for all the "Liz is a boob"
Says: "Hi, you guys."
F.H.A., l-2-3-4: Latin Club, 1-2: Cast, "Maritana," 1: Pro-
duction, "A Credit to the Family," 1: Chorus, 1-2-4: Music
Festival, 1-2-3-4: Latin Club Secretary, 2: Radio Club, 2-4:
Cast, "Why The Chimes Rang," 2: Production, "Moonlight
For Herbert," 2: Triple Trio, 2-3-4: International Club, 3-4:
International Club Treasurer, 3: Commencement Usher, 3:
BEAR TRACKS, 4: WOCSOMONIAN, 4: F.H.A. Cabinet, 4:
Quill and Scroll, 4: Girls' League Cabinet, 4: Cast, "Peg O'
My Heart," 4: Cast, "Dixie Doo Dah," 4: Chorus President,
4: Senior Counselor, 4.
HINGST ON, ELMER '
Ambition: To be a musician .
Says: "Wouldn't that frost you."
Chorus, 1-2-3-4: Music Festival, 1-2-3-4: Basketball, I-2-3:
Football, 2-3-4: Boys' "M" Club, 3-4: F.F.A., 4.
Ambition: To be with nickname.
Says: "Hhhhhh . . . I?"
Kendrick High School, 1: Boys' "M" Club, 2-3-4: Football,
2-3-4: Basketball, 2-3-4: Track, 2-3-4: Commencement Usher,
3: Boys' State, 3: Boys' "M" Club President, 4: Boys' Lea-
gue Cabinet, 4: BEAR TRACKS, 4: WOCSOMONIAN, 4:
Senior Vice President, 4: BEAR TRACKS ,Sports Editor, 4.
Ambition: To be a nurse.
Says: "You old pot."
Lockwood High School, Apponaug, Rhode Island, 1: Colum-
bia High School, Richland, Washington, 2-3: Moscow High
School, 4: G.A.A., 1-2-3: Chorus, 1-2-4: Band, l-2-3-4: Pep
Band, 4: Cast, "Dixie Doo Dah," 4.
Ambition: Hasn't got any.
Says: "Ohhh, John!"
F.H.A., 1-2-3-4: Band, 1-2-3: Music Festival, 1-2: G.A.A., l-2:
Pep Band, 3-4: Pep Club, 3-4: F.H.A. Regional Conven-
tion, 3:. F.H.A., State President, 3: Girls' League Council,
3-43 A.S.M.H.S. Secretary, 4: Senior Queen, 4.
Ambition: To be a millionaire.
Says: "Give me a match."
Spanish Club, 1-2: Band, 1-2: Music Festival, 1: Footbal.1,
1-2-3-4: Basketball, 2: Production Staff, "Peg O' My Heart,"
g:4BEAR TRACKS, 4: WOCSOMONIAN, 4: Boys' "M" Club,
Nickname: B. B. C.
Ambition: To get a car and a million.
Says: "Got a tack?"
Gordon Junior High School, Washington, D. C., 1: Western
High School, Washington, D. C., 2-3: Football, 1-2-3-4: Track,
2-3: Boys' "M" Club, 4: Production Staff, "Peg O' My
Heart," 4: BEAR TRACKS, 4: WOCSOMONIAN, 4: BEAR
TRACKS Circulation Manager, 4.
Ambition: To live in Oklahoma.
Says: "Hi, cuz."
Troy High School, 1: F.H.A., 1-2-3-4: Production Staff, "Meet
Me In St. Louis," 4.
Ambition: To be a beach comber.
Says: "I don't believe it."
Latin Club, 1-2: F.H.A., 1: Triple Trio, 2-3: Music Festival,
2-3-4: Girls' League Cabinet, 3: International Club, 3.
Ambition: To get out of English.
Says: "Heck with it."
Moscow High School, 1-2-3-4.
Ambition: To get a good car.
Says: "It's a cruel world."
Ambition: To be a housewife.
Says: "Oh, really."
F.H.A., 1-2-3-4: Chorus, -1-2-3-4: Music Festival, 1-2-3-4.
Ambition: To be a human interest writer.
Says: "Uh, hi, George."
Orchestra, 1-2: G.A.A., 1: Spanish Club, 1: Music Festival,
23 F.H.A., 2-3-4.
NOBLE, .T AY
Ambition: To go to college.
Says: "Is 'at so?"
Sand oint Hi h School, 1: Payette High School, 2-33 Mos-
P , E
cow High School, 4.
First row, left to right: Rodney Burton, Joe Corless, Merlin Anderson, Paul Fisher, Dale Allen. Elmer Dunn, Don Adams,
Kenneth Dick. Second row: Phyllis Bergman, Mary Cornelison, Susan Banks, Beverly Baker, Donna Adams. Evelyn Dqhlel,
Jean Abbott, Donald Bower. Third row: Grace Bowman, Dornthy Dalke, Elaine Dunn. Catherine Fitzgerald, Lita Frisch-
knecht. Donna Rae Crossler, Sally DuSault, Bob Bezold. Not nictured: Barbara Bonner, Timmie Hart, Kathleen Williams,
Pat Soreng, Don Fenner, Duane Fredekind, Tom Randall. '
cyfllert Junior Class Sponsors
Y THE super-salesmanship of such articles as
car license tags, bobby sox and purses, high pres-
sure junior hucksters saw to it that every spare
nickel in M.H.S. found its way into the junior
treasury. Several successful mixers given during
the year furthered this causeg in addition, the
girls bolstered the financial status cf the class
by selling refreshments at athletic events.
April 14 was
Prom, "Up In Central Park," on
a never-to-be-forgotten dance and
was a fitting climax to three eventful years for
the class of '51,
Clockwise: Edm Miller fcnnncil representativeb, Joan Ogle
Csecretaryj, Mrs. Montgomery fadviserb, Mr. Correll fad-
viserj, Keith Tarbox Qvice presidentl, Gale Mix Cpresi-
First row. left tn rizht: Neal Hardt, Oha McCoy, Jack Milton, Gale Mix, Douglas McGinty, Arthur Harris. Glen Mortensen.
Second row: Berneda Hatley, Shirley Harris. Ulaine Gibbs, Haleen Gunther, Jeanne Keyes, lvadell Green, Marlene Moser,
Edro Miller. Third row: Marqueita Hilby, Naomi Little, Roberta Johnson, Barha,ra.Ha,11. Ethel Horning, Arlene Larsen, Wayne
Lewis, La Verne Gilbertson.
Man McmeyfMaking Projects
Fi1'St r0W. left to right: Keith Tarhnx. Wilfred Paluthe, James Parks. Richard Schmidt. Boyd Pedersen, Howard Williams,
Don Taylor. Second row: Robert Trimble, Billie Steffens, Sally Pmzh. Valorie 0'Donnell, Margaret Sheaffer, Joan Ogle, Vel-
ma Wilson, James Pavel. Bob Reitan. Third row: Milan Tresnit, Mary Weisel, Rita Schroeder, Terrie Thorn, Adele Thomas,
Margaret Teare, Donna Robbins.
First row, left to right: Charles Flatt, Kenneth Beckman, Harold Freeman. Da.vid Burgess, Fred Goebel, Larry Harris, Charles
Bauer, Howard Guy, Curtiss Humphrey. Second row: Betty Lou Agrell, Clare Baker, Dorothy Cook, Maryalice Carpenter,
Claudia Cay, Joan Anderson, Jo Elaine Beeson, Donna Davie, Louise Abbott, Ulla Carlson, Shirley Hall, Karen Hurdstroni.
Third row: Joyce Gourley, Royleen Chaney, Carolyn Gray, Ethel Havens, Marilyn Horney, Erma Bingman, Larry Carson,
Earl Dunn, Vic Casebolt. Junior fAllenJ Dalberg, Robert Clyde. Not pictured: Donna Cota, Darlene Pickerd, Evelyn Sumner,
Wayne Masters. James Whitt, Robert Mock, Emmett Nordlund.
Clockwise: Arlene Wood isecretaryl, Junior Dalberg fcoun-
cil representativel, Wayne Carson fvice presidentj, Mr.
Paasch Cadviserj, Larry Carson Cpresidentl.
ELPING to start the school year off with a
bang, the sophomores sponsored the second mixer
of this term on October 1.
Their participation in many fields-musical,
dramatic, and athletic-demonstrated that the
sophomores will be able to carry on in the best ,
tradition as upperclassmen.
Boys of the class of '52 were known as "spark
plugs" of the B squads. Their performances in
football, basketball, and track gave local fans high
hopes for future years.
First row. left to right: James New, Hubbard Miller, Richard Paulson, Ray Osterberg, Frank Moore, Malcolm Neely, Jerry
Jackle, Rodger Pedersen. Second row: Verla Pedersen, Marie In,-zehritsen, Patricia Keith, Nancy Lyle, Mona Johnson, Mary
Jn Powell. Kenneth Keesee, Richard Preshy, Third row: Claudia Patterson, Joan Purdy, Patty Milsap, Mona Mcvean, Doro-
thy Knanik, Robert Melgaard, Rickey Jones, George Passmore.
Complete Notefworth Year
First row, left to right: Joe Swing, John Thompson, Frank Scmler, Lawrence Rathbun, Kenneth Sodorff, Loren Simmons,
Jack Weltzin, Jerry Verner. Second row: Edward Spray, Larry Williams, Carma. Rudd, Mary Kay Winner. Donna Thompson,
Annabelle Waters, Darrell Rnmley, James Siron. Third row: Diana Robbins, Helen Wanzer, Dolores Wolf, Lois Rogers, Kris-
tine Winner, Arlene Wood, Barbara Wilcnx, Raymond Revorrl, Gene White.
First row, left to right: Bill Burleigh, Richard Gillespie, Llewellyn Anderson, Clarence Bendel. Gerald Bendel, Ralph Alley,
Carroll Anderson, James Collins, Elton Collins. Second row: Walter Gibbs, Nancy Buchanan, Joan Abbott, Loretta Gustin.
Betty Jo Centers, Louain Floch, Mary Ann Fowler, Roxanna Burgess, Kenneth Cann. Third row: Emmitt Crooks, Jack-De-
Witt, Nancy Bushore, Charles Canfield. Delbert Averill, Franklin Chandler, Ronald Gourley. Marilu Frischknecht, Shirley
Brynaldson. Dennis Gray. Not pictured: Ann Carson, Caryl Holm, Dwane Hodgson, Jimmy Holmes.
Colreshmen Bree e Through
Left tn right: Floretta Randall fsecretaryj, Ann Carson
Ccouncil renresnntativel. Mr. Dalva fadviserl. Second rovv:
Richard Gillespie fpresidentj, Jimmy Fritzley qvice presi-
NTERING into varied activities with vigor
and enthusiasm, the class of '53 gave every indi-
cation of being a valuable asset to Moscow high.
On February 11 the first freshman mixer Was
given carrying out a valentine theme, "You're
Breaking My Heart." Cupids and hearts inscribed
with the names of couples decorated the Walls.
Earning numerals in several sports, freshman
athletes did much to further the Bears' reputa-
tion as a tough team to beat.
First row. left to right: Oliver Hansen, Ronnie Dunn, John Million, Robert Larsen, Dale Johnson, Boyce Mix, Kenneth Berg-
man, David Hewitt, Jim Moran, Dale Iverson. Second row: Jean Knanik, Shirley Mortensen, Barbara Hatch, Judy Hodgins,
Carole Lyle, Kay Koster, Roberta Hassler, Connie Klaaren, Michael McQuade, Junior CAlhert3 Dunn. Third row: Mariellen
Lough, Yvonne Miller. Joan McCurdy. Jackie Milsap. Joyce Horney, Jamie Hughes, Allen Johnston, Arlen Keck, James
Mengelkamp, Pierce Morgan, Raymond Goolsby.
l 0 o
Fwst Year of High School
First row, left to right: Jerry Wheaton, Robert Kimble, Bill Hamlin, Ronnie Tisdall, Donald Osterherg. Charles Hillestad,
Mickey McCarty, Gerald Land. Bill Handel, James Strang, Bruce Nelson. Second row: Patty Patterson. Monta Rae Rey-
nolds, Wayne Reid, Tom Trail, Ray Sawyer. Thomas Wilde, James Harris, Gregg Wilson, Kevin Scott, Ralph Provencal.
Third row: Ann Smith, JoAnn Schumacher. Beatrice Presby, Donna Selleck, Charlene Town, Mary Ann Schultz, Gail Torpey,
Floretta Randall, Mary Sorenson, Anne Schnell. Fourth row: Don Yarnell, De Wayne Normington, Eloise Young, Arlyne Rads-
li '. Jim Smith.
'IQQQTS Rambles Through
As senior class president, Richard Rogers takes the same
bumps and flunks that everybody else does.
At 8:30 he ambles up the street towards school with the
rest of the gang.
Later he drifts into the office to wangle an excused ah-
sence from Mrs. Long. She grins, writes "Unexcused," and
asks how the squirrels were.
First period sees him in art with a number of other
budding Rembrandts trying to soak up culture via paint
nn his Dants.
Second period he is in Mrs. Whitehead's class trying to
improve his English usage. 'fl never done it nohow!"
Third period finds him in typing. A'?!!BcZs,T. Twenty
wnrds a, minute. Oh, well, they never pick boys for sec-
An Average Da at M. H. S. ,.
li He works up an appetite fighting his way through lunch
In the other thirty minutes he finishes a chapter in
"The Hunchback of Notre Dame."
12150: Pardon the whispering, but We're not allowed to
talk in study hall.
After generously piling his books into a freshman's wait-
ing arms, he hurtles to the first floor and chemistry class.
In manual arts they drill it in. How bored can you get?
and Relaxes After School
Hooray. 3:45! The Nobby Inn Special starts for town.
Good thing it's down hill.
Hashing over the more serious things in life such as
girls, cars, girls, football, and girls, he drinks a root beer.
What a line! During the dinner hour he settles several
Chemistry has to wait until play practice is over, but
come 9:30 it's.
eat, drink and study if he has time.
First. row, left to right: Bob Reitan fvice presidentl, Vic Casebolt. David Waterman Ted Correll
isadvrserl. Second row: Ed Johnson Csecretaryj, Keith Bieren, Bob Barber fpresidentl, James
ELPING the new boys to get started and learn the ways of our
, school was the first and most important activity of the Boys'
930 S League and its cabinet this year.
The Boys' League added another feather in its cap by aiding
L Pullman in organizing a similar group. The Boys' League consists
of all the boys in M.H.S. and was under the leadership of Bob Bar-
ber during the first semester and Bob Reitan during the second
semester. Ted Correll is adviser.
EBS NIGHT" is always the big event for the Girls' League.
0 This year the theme was "How Deep is the Ocean ?" and the Russell
C1171 S7 gym was decorated with an underwater scene. A rummage sale
was held in November to obtain money for the dance.
The cabinet also held its annual exchange dinner with the Pull-
ifte man girls in March.
April 28 marked the date of a spring tea for the mothers and
First row, left to right: Marilyn Bauer. Elizabeth Winezar, Jane Perry Cbresidentl, Mrs. Beulah Martin Cadviserb, Virginia
Jones, Jeanette Sterner, Rnsella Kelly, Donna Robbins. Second row: Lois Lee, Mary Ann Schultz, Mary Kay Winner, Isabel
Clyde, Marilyn Horney, Kristine Winner, Velma Wilson, Ivadell Greene, Donna Adams.
HESPIANS, national dramatic honorary, began its second year
under the direction of Edward Dalva by initiating nine members ,
after the production of the all school show, "Meet Me In St. Louis."
The membership enrollment was made still larger after the senior Z b
play, "Peg O' My Heart." C
The highlight of the year was when the society played host to
the state drama festival which was held in Moscow in April. Most
of the members took part in the contest.
First row. left to right: Robert Trimble, Eugene Burden, Jerry Neely, Maxine Miller, Susan Banks, Connie Klaaren, Dorothy
Dalke, Sally DuSault, Billie Steffens, Jeanette Sterner. John Bond. Mr. Dalva. Second row: David Burgess. Hugh Burgess,
Arthur Dalke, Robert Melgaard, Pat Barnwell. Ginger Jones, Dorine Anderson, Barbara Bonner, Carol Boas. Not pictured:
Richard Rogers, Forrest Williams, Margaret Alley, Jeanne Goulder, Phyllis Parrott, Shirley Harris, Lorene Taylor, Beverly
Gallup, Dolores Espeland, Karen Hurdstrom, Rosella Kelly, Doris Smith, Barbara Greene, June Sumner.
First row, left to right: Valorie 0'Donnell Csecretaryj, Donna Robbins Qpresidentj, Isabel Clyde, Donna Adams, Phyllis Berg-
man, Mary Cornelison. Marlene Moser. Second row: Geraldine Fritzley, Susan Banks Cvice presidenty, Timmie Hart, Evelyn
Daniel, Adele Thomas, Catherine Fitzgerald. Mrs. Henderlider Qadviserj.
HE Pep Club has proved active this year by taking tickets and
Kpep ushering at basketball and football games.
Membership in this organization is limited to girls who have
earned five hundred points by participation in after-school sports.
The club sponsored a mixer which was decorated in keeping with
the theme, "Dark Town Strutters' Ball."
. , , N THE line of duty the Girls' Athletic Association participated
in many tournaments and brought much glory to M.H.S. In its
spare time, the G.A.A. sponsored a mixer and held its initiation.
' ' The girls turn out for after-school sports on Tuesday and Thurs-
day, and by active participation in the many sports try to earn the
five hundred points necessary for Pep Club membership.
First row, left to right: Verla Pedersen, Carole Lyle, Mona Johnson, Joan Abbott. Roberta Hassler, Darlene Pickerd, Marie
Ingebritsen, Diana Robbins, Mary Kay Winner. Second row: Donna Thompson, Arlene Wood fsecretary-treasurerj, Joan Mc-
Curdy, Kay Koster, Loretta Gustin, Barbara Hatch, Eloise Young, Jo Elaine Beeson. Third row: Kristine Winner, Mrs. Hen-
derlimgler gjadwiiserl, Barbara Wilcox, Nancy Buchanan, Nancy Lyle Cpresidentl, Mona McVean fvice presidentj, Nancy Bushore,
Doro y oo .
First row, left to right: Glen Dahmen, Bob Reitan, Jerry Neely, Don Taylor, Ed Johnson fnresidentl. Second row: Wayne
Lewis, Bob Weisel, Glen Horning, Bob Trimble, Hunt Hatch, Elbert Boswell. Edrn Miller. Rodney Burton. Third row: Roy
Verner, Richard Schmidt, James Broyles, Gale Mix. Elmer Dunn, Tim Goff, Gordon Iverson, Elmer I-Iingston. Fourth row:
Keith Bieren, John Bond, Jim Anderson, Jim Keating fsecretary-treasurerj, Gene White, Paul Eke, Bob Bjorklund, Milan
Tresnit, Will Overgaard fadviserb. Not pictured, Jerry Shoop.
HE members of the Boys' "M" Club have been under
the guidance of Ed Johnson as president.
Their first social event was a hay ride early in the fall.
Funny pranks and girls' clothes characterized the club's
high spot of the year, which was an initiation and dance
for seven new members.
Early spring activities featured the "M" Club picnic
and a welcome mixer held for the eighth graders.
Left to right: Wayne Lewis, Hunt Hatch, Gale Mix, and Roy Verner dur-
Left to 1-ight: Gordon Iverson, Milan
Tresnit. and Roy Verner.
First row, left to right: Diana Robbins, Arlene Wood, Mary Jo Powell Csecretaryb. Claudia Patterson, Lois Rogers, Floretta
Randall. Gail Torpey, Pat Patterson, Betty Lon Agrell, Anna Plumley, Karen Hurdstrom. Second row: Jean Sterner, Ulaine
Gibbs, Lita Frischknecht, Joan Abbott, Berneda Hatley, Edythe Holmes, Jeanne McA1exander, Jane Perry, Joan Ogle, Miss
Freeman Qadviserj. Third row: Naomi Little, Barbara Wilcox, Donna Adams, Donna Rae Crossler, Rita Schroeder, Ethel Horn-
ing, Arlene Larsen, Nancy Lyle, Joyce Horney, Jackie Milsap, Shirley Harris, Terrie Thorp. qNot pictured: Fern Swenson,
president, Mary Weisel, vice presidentb.
Cffluture Home Makers
HIS Veal' the MOSQOW Chapter Of FWGUF6 F.H.A. Week during November began with a
Horne Makers of America has been one of the
schoo1's most active clubs. A harvest ball put
on jointly by the F.F.A. and F.H.A. was the
formal initiation ceremony. During that week
the Future Home Makers also sponsored a
groupis first social event of the year. radio DFOSTHUI and aSS9YT1b1Y-
Mary Jo Powell. Lois Rogers, Barbara Wilcox, Lorene Taylor, Betty Lou Hillman, and Edythe Holmes are working
and Fern Swenson are presiding at the table on a class urnject.
during the Christmas silver tea. - '
First row, left to right: June Sumner, Anne Schnell, Roxanna Burgess, Kay Koster, Roberta Hassler. Ann Carson, JoAnn Schu-
macher, Judy Hodgins, Connie Klaaren, Mariellen Lough, Mary Ann Schultz, Charlene Town, Dorothy Dalke. Second row: Do-
rine Anderson. Jean Knapik, Nancy Buchanan, Ruth Havens, Betty Jo Centers. Donna Selleok, Carole Lyle, Joan McCurdy,
Mary Ann Fowler, Mnnta Rae Reynolds, Beatrice Presby, Shirley Mortensen. Third row: May Sorensen, Donna Dunn, Evelyn
Sumner, Ann Smith, Carolyn Gray, Joyce Gourley, Royleen Chaney, Joan Purdy, Erma Bingman, Verla Pedersen, Louise
Abbott, Velma Wilson, Thelma Taylor.
Have Strong Group
A silver tea was held before Christmas by Hurdstrom, sophomore, who is state F.H.A. rec-
the Club for the Purchase of 3 Punch b0Wl and reation director. Last summer they attended
the national meeting in Santa Barbara, Cali-
MOSCOW Chaptef Of F-H-A is proud of Isabel fornia, with Fern Swenson, chapter president.
Clyde, senior, who is state president, and Karen
cups to be used by the school.
F.H.A. girls are performing their emblem ceremony during initiation. Inez Havens is covering a davenlwrt f0I' the
home ec living room. -
First row, left to right: Joan Ogle, Dorothy Kammeyer, Jean Sterner, Gregg Wilson, Rita Schroeder, Claudia Cay, Susan Banlcs
fsecretaryj, Marie Ingebritsen, Anne Schnell, Billie Steifens, Roberta Hassler, Jo Ann Schumacher, Yvonne Miller, Pat Mil-
Sap, Shirley Harris, Geraldine Fritzley. Second row: Ulaine Gibbs. Oliver Hansen, .Tack Milton, Elaine Dunn Ctreasurerj, Mar-
lene Moser, Dorothy Dalke, Beverly Baker, Terrie Thorp, Velma Wilson. Carma Rudd, Jeanne McAlexander, Dawn Moore,
Pat Keith, Mona Johnson, Donna. Cota. Barbara Hall. Third row: Curtiss Humphrey, Vic Casebolt, Malcolm Neely- Cvice pres-
identi. Joe Corless, Catherine Fitzgerald, Adele Thomas, Bob Weisel, David Williams, Hugh Burgess Cpresldentj, Ginger Jones,
Jo Elaine Beeson, Lorna Hooper, Kathryn Barstow, Mona McVean, Shirley Brynaldson, Elizabeth Wlnegar, Marilyn Horney,
Cl I9 dents have been the most important
M' projects of the International Club.
ETTERS and gifts to foreign stu-
The club's biggest event was the an-
nual Spanish Carnival in the gymnasi-
um early in November.
This club is the only organization
having evening meetings. Usually these
meetings feature a Well-known speaker,
some foreign person or a motion picture.
Above-Malcolm Neely aims high at
the target for the wet sponge throw.
Right-Several students enjoying the
concessions at the Spanish Carnival.
First rnw, left to right: Harold Freeman, George Garrison fpresidentj, Willard Barnes Qadviserj, Catherine Fitzgerald, Iva-
dell Greene Csecretary-treasurerj. Second row: Jimmy Fritzley, Gerald Land, Delbert Averill, Barbara Greene, Elizabeth
Winegar, Margaret Alley, Carma Rudd, Jo Elaine Beeson, Dawn Moore, Marie Ingebritsen, Dennis Gray. Third row: Emnutt
Crooks, Forrest Williams, Ken Dick, Wilfred Paluthe.
HE Radio Club under the guidance of Mr. Barnes was a new or-
ganization to join M.H.S. second semester. Cl '
Composed of students interested in radio, the members took
charge of station K.M.H.S., located on the third floor.
The club's policy is to teach radio techniques and to give experi-
ence. to students who are interested in broadcasting and script
Bill Burleigh and Liz Winegar during a broadcast. Radio club students learn fundamentals of broadcasting.
First row, left to right: Ed Benson Creporterj, Tom Randall, Gordon Iverson Cvice presidentj, Charles Schroeder Csecretaryl,
Kenneth Sodorff, Randolph Myhre, Jack DeWitt, Glen I-Iorning qpresidenty. Second row: Dale Yarnell ftreasurerj, Richard
Presby, Ralph Provencal, Frank Chandler, Allen Johnston, Don Yarnell, Frank Semler, Tom Trail, DeWayne Normington,
Pierce Morgan, Richard Colbeck, lVIr. Wiswall Cadviserl. Third row: James Strang, Gerald Bendel, Kevin Scott, Elmer Hings-
ton, Ilnward Glly, Don Bower, Mickey McCarty, Darrell Rumley, Dale Allen. Fourth row: Clarence Bendel, Norman Oleson
Csentlnelji, David H6Wltt,. Richard Schmidt, Ray Sawyer, Larry Carson. Fifth row: Wayne Reid, Dale Iverson, Arlen Keck,
Walter Gibbs, Richard Gillespie, Edward Spray, Robert Clyde, Wayne Carson, Charles Bauer, George Passmore.
HE Future Farmers of America is a nation-Wide organization,
the membership of which is composed of young men enrolled in
agriculture for the purpose of encouraging better stock on the
farm and better building improvements.
F This year the club had a basketball team which played surround-
ing schools' F.F.A. teams.
1 ' Highpoint of the year was when the organization placed 17 out
of of 68 in the Portland livestock judging team.
The F.F.A.'s year ended with an annual fishing and pleasure trip.
Eddie Benson, Charles Schroeder, and Don Yarnell with Glen I-Iorning putting on the heat while Mr. WiSWal1 and
their heads together over rl contour map. Gordon Iverson watch.
First-row, left to right: Gale Mix, Geraldine Fritzley, Glen Dahmen, Richard R0gHl'S. Elivlbeth Wineiar. Joe COYIESS, 112111195
Keating. Second row' Dorothy Kammeyer Barbara Greene Qsecretar D J N l
. . , , . y , erry ee y fvice presidenty, Jack Carter Cpresidentj,
Virginia Jones, Jeanne McAlexander Ctreasurerj, Mrs. Boas Cadviserb.
I HE Quill and Scroll, one of the two national honorary societies
in Moscow high, selects the most outstanding journalism students
in school for its membership.
High point of the year Was a candlelight initiation March 21
when the members of the past three years were guests.
In order to qualify for this organization a student must be in
the upper one third of his class scholastically and must have done
outstanding Work in journalism, either in the Writing or advertis-
ing field or in photography. '
- M1 N3
, nt of Q3gl5oM0l'gQ1p,N Jack Carter, Glen Dahmen, and Richard Rogers provided enter-
Preside for WLY UJAH tainment for the initiation.
Initiations Make For Queer Sights
THE FROSH INITIATION BEGAN OCTOBER 5 . . . 1.-Upperclassmen Forrest Williams a.nd David Williams take advantage
of their nosition . . . 2.-Who's who? . . . 3.-McCarty over a barrel . . . THE "M" CLUB TOOK OVER ON DECEMBER 19.
. . . 4.-President Johnson cheers an initiate on . . . 5.-Warming the boys up . . . 6.-Verner, Mix, and White in second child-
hood . . . 7.-Tresnit, the winnah! . . . 8.-Hip, hip hooray.
fear Tracks Staff
Mrs. Ruth Boas, BEAR TRACKS and WOCSOMONIAN adviser. Seated, left to right: Mr. LaVoie, senior pictures adviserg Lorna.
Hoo er senior activities' Gerald' F 't le ' xg' ' ' - ' G h k , 1 ' 1: I1 , St d'n 5 B b Mel aard Joe
D , ' , ine rl z y, senior atc ivlues, Miss e r e, genera assls-a ce an 1 g o g D ,
Corless, and Rickey Jones, photographyg Elizabeth Wmegar, activitiesg Jane Perry, organlzatlonsg Barbara Greene, write-ups.
qoumalists Handle Publications
UTTING out both the school publications,
the Wocsomoniom and Bear Tracks, kept the
journalism class busy.
The system of rotating editors and staff was
used again this year on the paper to enable all
members to hold a new position on each issue.
Outstanding stories and editorials of all types
appeared in this year's Wocso, which was pub-
lished every three Weeks.
The Idaho High School Press Association has
rated the Wocsomonian as one of the top three
papers in Idaho two years in succession.
This book is proof that the staff eventually
finished all the assignments on the annual With-
in the deadline-a real job in itself.
Last year's Bear Tracks Was rated All State
First row, left to right: James Pavel, James Keating, Paul Eke, Jerry Neely. Second row: Virginia Jones, Joe Cnrless, Glen
Dahmen. Lorna Hooper. Standing: Tim Goff, Elaine Hart, Ed Johnson, Jack Carter, Gale Mix, Jeanne McAlexander, Jane
Perry, Dorothy Kammeyer, Geraldine Fritzley, Elizabeth Winegar, Richard Rogers.
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First row, left to right: Marilyn Bauer faccompanistj, Louaine Flock, Betty Lou Agrell, Joan Ogle, Evelyn Daniel, Anne Carson,
Kay Koster, Patty Milsap, Beatrice Presby, Mona Johnson, Lois Lee, Jeanne McAlexander, Judith Hodgins, I-Ialeen Gunther,
Karen Hurdstrom, Connie Klaaren, Barbara Wilcox, Marie Ingebritsen, Yvonne Miller, Ginger Jones. Second row: Ulaine
Gibbs, Margaret Teare, Velma Wilson, Mary Ann Schultz, Beverly Baker, Joyce I-Iorney, Dolores Wolf, Jackie Milsap, Clare
Baker, Arlene Wood, Charlene Town, Carol Lyle, Carma Rudd, Elaine Hart, Marilyn I-Iorney, Dolores Espeland, Shirley Mor-
tensen, Kris Winner, Teresa Thorn, Betty Jo Centers, Winifred Alldaffer fdirectorj. Third row: Maxine Miller, Phyllis Par-
rott, Jeanne Goulder, Dorine Anderson, Berneda Hatley, Shirley Brynaldson, Elizabeth Winegar, Gail Torpey, Kathryn Bar-
stow, Timmie Hart, Donna Thompson, Verla Pedersen, Edythe Holmes, Jane Perry, Lois Rogers, Donna Dunn, Naomi Little,
Eva Boswell. Lorna Hooper, Betty Hillman, Mary Kay Winner, Nancy Buchanan.
Ghoms ls Popular Group
VER sixty voices Were combined to make trict music festival in Lewiston later in the
up the girls' chorus this year. Besides Christ- Spring- MTS- Winifred Audaffel' directed the
mas performances, the group presented a min- first semester and Mrs. Keith Forney was direc-
strel show in March and competed in the dis- tor the remainder of the year.
"'Dixie Doo-Dah" Cast
First row, left tn right: Marilyn Bauer, Lois Lee, Elaine Dunn.
Second .rowz Mary Weisel, Susan Banks, Lorna Hooper, Cae-
comnanistl. Third row: I-Ialeen Gunther, Sally DuSault, Eliz-
abeth Winegar, Maxine Miller.
HROUGHOUT the year the junior and senior
triple trios entertained for numerous town or-
ganizations as well as for many school activ-
ities. The two groups also participated in the
annual spring music festival at Lewiston. All
of their practicing is done in the morning before
First row, left to right: Mary Ann Fowler, Karen Hurdstrom,
Nancy Lyle. Second row: Kristine Winner, Ulaine Gibbs, Bev-
erly Baker. Third row: Lois Rogers, Velma Wilson, Mary
NDER the direction of Vincent La Voie the
boys' chorus began its second year.
When the group enlarged second semester, it
was combined with the girls' chorus to form a
The boys sang special numbers in the min-
strel show. In the spring they entered the dis-
trict music festival in Lewiston.
Clockwise: Bob Bezold David Williams, James Gardner, Larry Harris, Gordon Iverson, Elmer I-Iingston, Larry Carson, Keith
Tarbox, Jack Dewitt, Emmett Crooks, Mr. LaV0ie, Darlene Pickerd Caccompanistl.
Left tg right: Sally Dusault, David Burgess, Barbara Bonner, Art Dalke, Carol Boas, Karen Hurdstrom Robert Trimble Eu-
MEET Me ln St. Louis," the all school
play, directed by Edward Dalva, was presented
Billie Steffens as the youngest sister pro-
vided the comedy as she prepared to bite the
man who had discharged her father.
Maxine Miller as the mother was unusually
good. Hugh Burgess did an outstanding job in
the role of the worried father. The love interest
centered around Beverly Gallup and Robert
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rggen, Robert Melgaard, Beverly Gallup, Charles Borlnett, Dolores Espeland, Hugh Burgess, Maxine Miller, Susan Banks,
ln St. Louisv
Melgaard, while Barbara Bonner tried to cause
trouble between Sally DuSault and David
Carol Boas as the irritable neighbor lady and
Arthur Dalke as the grandfather and Dolores
Espeland and Susan Banks as the other two
sisters all did excellent jobs. Eugene Burden as
the boss, Robert Trimble as his Man Friday,
and Karen Hurdstrom as the maid rounded out
Connie Klaaren, Catherine Fitzgerald,
Gene Burden, Richard Rogers, and
David Burgess paint sets for the all-
First row, left to right: Richard Rogers, Carol Boas, Jeanne Left to right: Barbara Greene, Arthur Dalke, Carol Boas,
Gonlder. Barbara Greene. Second row: Charles Bennett, John Bond, Jeanne Goulder, Richard Rogers, Forrest Wil-
Elllabeth Wlllega-I2 liams, Elizabeth Winegar.
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Teg O M Heart
EBRUARY 24 marked the presentation of Carol Boas, in order to become a lady. Richard
the senior play, 'fPeg O' My Heart." Rogers was the romantic lead.
Jeanne Goulder was the uneducated Irish girl Two lively dogs and a fast moving dialogue
Who came to live with her once Wealthy aunt, provided plenty of laughs.
Barbara Greene, and cousins, John Bond and
First row, left to right: John Bond, Jeanne Goulder, Richard Rogers, Carol Boas. Second row: Barbara Greene, Art Dalke,
Elizabeth Winegar, Forrest Williams.
First row. left to right: Susan Banks, Lita Frischknecht, Margaret Alley, Rodney Burton, Forrest Williams, Jo Elaine Beeson,
Ann Schnell, Mary Ann Fowler. Second row: Jim Strang, ,Rodger Tyson, Ralnh Alley, John Baker, Elaine Hart, Arthur Harris,
Dick Crossler, Jim' Harris, Ray Sawyer, Dennis Gray, Carroll Anderson, Gerald Strang. Third row: Joan Purdy, Pat Crossler,
Jack Reams. Curtiss Humphrey. Louise Abbott, Marilu Frischknecht, Jim Smith, George Garrison, Charles Schroeder, John
Thompson, Larry Harris. Mr. Ritchey. Not pictured: Wayne Reid, Junior Dalberg, Dwayne Normington, Richard Gillespie.
igcmcls Gain Statvwe
SNAPPY band under the direction of Mau-
rice Ritchey added color and music to the foot-
ball games this year and presented several con-
certs as well as participating at the annual
spring music festival at Lewiston.
Led by seven majorettes they often provided
half-time entertainment at the games. They
showed skill in performing marching forma-
tions at the games and in parades held at dif-
ferent times of the year.
The band has been bolstered this year by
the junior high school musicians, and shows
promise of being even better in future years.
Reorganized at the beginning of the second
semester was the Pep Band that gave out with
hot licks and school songs during the basketball
games here at home and at some of the out-of-
town games. The band bought sweaters this
year that gave them a uniform look. Also this
year the Pep Band presented a mixer to add to
First row, left to right: Mary Ann Fowler, Ann Schnell, Larry Harris, Wayne Reid, James Strang. 'Susan Banks, Lita Frisch-
knecht. Second row: Elaine Hart, Charles Schroeder, Wilfred Paluthe, Margaret Alley, George Garrison, Rodney Burton. Thud
row: Dawn Moore, Arthur Harris, Curtiss Humphrey, Jo Elaine Beeson, James Pavel, Forrest Williams, Mr. Ritchey.
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L,et'5 Turn Back
The School Clock
September 12 .... The doors of M.H.S. swung open to
admit 350 eager CD students.
September 17 .... The Student Council sponsored the
first mixer of the year.
September 29 .... There were plenty of splinters as the
kids gathered wood for the big bonfire rally before
the Lewiston game.
October 1 .... Sophomores got on the ball to give a dance.
October 7 .... Juniors gave a mixer on the night of Day-
October 22 .... No drownings were reported at Debs'
Night, "How Deen Is The Ocean."
October 29 .... There were gaiety and fun galore at the
Spanish Carnival given by the International club.
November 4 .... Gordon Iverson and Joan Ogle were
crowned King and Queen at the junior class "Foot
Ball" following the Clarkston game.
November 10 .... After eight weeks of rehearsal,
f'Meet Me In St. Louis," the all school play,
was presented before a near capacity crowd.
November 18 .... Hay seeds and square dances
predominated at the "Harvest Ballu sponsor-
ed by the F.F'.A. and F.H.A.
November 23 .... "Racing with the Moon" was the
theme of the traffic dance given by the Girls'
December 1 . . . . First basketball game of the sea-
son at Palouse-they won.
December 9 . . . . United Council of Church Wom-
gndpresented United Nations flag to student
December 12 .... Awards Assembly. Jim Broyles
was awarded a trophy for being the best
blocker on the football team.
December 21 .... The F.H.A. girls gave a silver
tea for the whole school in the home eco-
nomics room to get enough money for a
December 22 .... Christmas vacation fat lastl.
The seniors gave a stocking dance . . . .
plenty of cold feet.
December 29 .... A swell dance was given at the
Elks Temple for kids from this area.
t t y I
January 10 .... Through bad weather and despite
vacation, Clarkston got here for the game.
January 10-20-A snow vacation for everybody but
the "Bear Tracksv staffg they trudged
through the snow for their chawin' and
January 21 .... The Recreation Center sponsored
a dance after we played Pullman here.
January 24 . . . . More snow and more vacation.
February 4 .... "Bear Tracksi' staff gave a dance
to finance Seattle trip.
February 18 . . . . Our last pep rally in the gym.
After the last home game wih Central Val-
ley was the G.A.A. Mixer, "Take Me Out to
the Ball Game."
February 21 .... We beat Pullman and won Hor-
tense back again. They gave a dance for
February 24 .... The senior play, "Peg 0' My
Heart," provided plenty of laughs. A Thes-
Dian dance of the same title followed.
March 2 .... District tournaments. Bus loads of
happy students went down to root for the
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Upper left .
Upper right .
Circle . .
Right . . .
Un in the air.
Left . . .
Plenty of ligaments stretched during
Lower left .
Main street rally.
Upper left . .
Know these people?
Upper right . .
The judge approves.
No kiddixf, these ar
Below . . .
First grade hams.
Small circle . .
Judges look up the
Lower left . . .
Aren't they sweet?
Lower right .
March 3 .... Elated Moscow team wins a district
March 24 .... My soul and black body! The chorus
finished the minstrel.
March 31 . . . . Local Thespians entertain at Region-
al Drama Festival.
April 14 .... Many students, as shown by the pic-
tures, Went "Up in Central Park" for the
April 28-29 .... The music minded have fun at the
Lewiston Music Festival.
May 2 .... Wind, rain and snow couldn't stop the
senior picnic at Spalding.
May 13 .... The windmill at last year's Senior
Ball brings back "Memories" to the class
May 21 . . . . Mr. Clayton gives Baccalaureate ser-
May 22 .... New Girls' League Cabinet honors
seniors and their mothers with a tea.
May 23 .... Seniors look serious as they listen to
Dr. Steffen's Commencement address.
Isabel Clyde, queen of the Senior Ball.
Elizabeth Winegar, princess, Isabel Clyde, queen,
and Fern Swenson, princess. Gordon Iverson, king, and Joan Ogle, queen of football.
1. B.T.0.'s and books too. 2. As I was saying. 3. Who lit the match? 4. Down, Burleigh, down. 5. It's your deal. 6. Mary Jo
Powell. 7. 1-2-3 kick. 8. Come tn papa. 9. Bon! 10. Oh, oh, the cons. 11. Whatls so interesting? 12. Um, huh! 13. That-a-boy
"Fuz," take 'em all. 14. Rah! Rah! Rah!
This page was paid for by The Idahonian. Because of its generosity we were able to include more pictures than would have
been otherwise possible.
First row, left to right: Don Taylor, Jerry Shoop, John Bond, Jim Broyles, Bob Barber, Ed Johnson, Gordon Iverson, Keith
Bieren, Bob Weisel, Robert Trimble, manager. Second row, left to right: Coach Ralph Paasch, Elmer I-Iingston, Gene White,
Bob Reitan, Edro Miller, Larry Carson, Rodney Burton, Kenneth Dick, James Keating. Third row, left to right: Paul Eke,
Jerry Jackie, Elmer Dunn, Malcolm Neely, Hunt Hatch, Milan Tresnit, Gale Mix.
fBeaT Eleven Launches Potent Attack
INNING three out of eight games this
year the Moscow Bears repeated their perform-
ance of the year before in wins and losses.
With only three men left from last year's
starting eleven and a handful of lettermen,
Coach Paasch developed new material from the
B squad. He was able in one season to give
them not only experience but valuable football
Ed Johnson eludes Dayton players for a ten
Under the newly formed Inland Empire
league the Bears met stiffer competition than
they have for many years. With eight out of
eleven of the first string graduating, Coach
Overgaard will have to dip deeply into the re-
serves and rely on next year's freshman class.
But both players and the coaches promise
Moscow will be in there fighting.
yard gain. Bob Barber scores his third touchdown against Potlatch.
Moscow .,....... .......,... L ewiston 32
Moscow ........... .................... D ayton 13
Moscow .................... Central Valley 33
Moscow .......... ................... K ellogg 54
Moscow ......... ........... C larkston 27
Coaches Harold Jaussi and Ralph Paasch.
oaclres Work To Develop New Material
TAKING over the coaching reins at Moscow
High School last fall were two former Univer-
sity of Idaho athletes. Ralph Paasch, a four
year letterman in football, guided the Bear
gridders through a tough schedule, winning
three and losing five. Harold J aussi, who spent
his college days on the maple court, coached
the Moscow hoopsters to one of their most suc-
cessful seasons in many years.
When Paasch resigned, Moscow obtained an-
other former Idaho football star to fill his posi-
tion. He is Will Overgaard, also a four year
letterman and an All-American Candidate.
Overgaard should prove to be an outstanding
addition to the Moscow coaching staff.
Coach Wilford Overgaard Co-Captains Ed Johnson and Bob Barber. Managers Bnbby Trimble and Ronnie Dunn.
Elmer Dunn Keith Bieren Bob Weisel
junior, halfback senior, end senior, guard
JS-IIXBS Keating Bob Barber Ed Johnson
SGHIOT, tackle senior, tackle senior, fullback
Bob Reitan .Jerry Shoop .
junior, halfback D T 1 senior, quarterback
on ay or
James Broyles Gordon Iverson
senior, guard SGHIOT, 91161
Bob Reitan scores six more points in the Pullman game.
Guia Griddefrs Hold Ke To Future
LTHOUGH losing all but one of its games,
the Moscow B squad left no doubt in the spec-
'4B" FOOTBALL SCORES
tators, minds Would brighten the MOSCOW 0 ....... ...,..,....................................................... G enesee A
Bears' 1950 grid hopes. Coached by Harold MOSCOW " Pullman
Jaussi, the Cubs took their only win of the MOSCOW --'--- Colfax
season from the Pullman Pups. Included among Moscow ..... Lewiston
the outstanding players on the team were MOSCOW Pullman
Dwane Hodgson, Malcolm Neely, David Water-
man, Ray Sawyer and Kenneth Keesee.
Front row, left to right: Kenny Sodorff, Frankie Semler, Boyce Mix, Charles Canfield, Ray Osterberg, Dwane Hodgson, Manag-
er Ronny Dunn. Second row: James Siron, Gerald Land, Tommy Trail. Arlen Keck, Richard Gillespie, Mickey McCarty, James
Mengelkamp, Frank Chandler. Back row: Ronny Tisdall, David Waterman, Robert Clyde, Mike McQuade, Coach Harold
Jaussi, Pierce Morgan, Allen Johnson, Ray Sawyer, Wayne Reid.
Junior Dalberg Ed Johnson
Milan Tresnit Tommy Keith
fasketball Scores Show Improvement
Date Moscow Opponents Jan. 20 34 ................................ Pullman
Dec. 26 ........ ....... P alouse 30 Jan. 28 28 ...... ....... C entral Valley
Dec. 34 ..... .. St. Maries 22 Jan. 31 41 ...... ............. P otlatch
Dec. 33 ..... ....... W allace 30 Feb. 3 47 ..... ...... P otlatch
Dec. 39 ....... Kellogg 24 Feb. 7 34 ..... ...... C larkston
Dec. 29 ..,. ....... P alouse 19 Feb. 10 41 ..... .........., L ewiston
Dec. 48 ..... West Valley 36 Feb. 18 31 ..... ...... C entral Valley
Dec. 41 ..... West Valley 45 Feb. 21 45 ...... ............. P ullman
Dec. 35 ..... .... S t. Maries 25
Jan. 37 ...... Kennewick 24 District Tournament at Lewiston
Jan. 44 ..... .... L ewiston 57 Mar. 2 Moscow 37 .............. Lewiston
Jan. 32 ..... ...... C larkston 36 Mar. 3 Moscow 39 .............. Lewiston
Jan. 27 .,... ....... O rofino 37 Mar. 4 Moscow 38 .............. Lewiston
Bottom row, left to right: Edro Miller, Victor Casebolt, Glen Hnrning, Tommy Keith, Douglas McGinty. Ton row, left to
right: Coach Harold Jaussi, Keith Bieren, Ed Johnson, Junior Dalberg, Jim Anderson, Milan Tresnit.
.Squad Gamers Ragged Reputation
STARTING his first year as basketball coach
at Moscow, Harold Jaussi, building his squad
around three lettermen, molded the Bear hoop-
sters into a rugged, outstanding powerhouse.
Prospects for a successful season at Moscow
next year are bright. With six players from this
year's squad returning, the Bears should pro-
duce a topnotch five.
Moscow's well rounded squad was sparked
by Senior Keith Bieren, high scoring post man.
Bieren's deadly right or left hand hook shot
kept the opposing team on its mettle.
Sparkplug of the Bears' offense was Ed John-
son, playing his third year as guard. Ed, al-
though not a high scorer, showed up consistent-
ly as a top play maker.
Showing exceptional promise, Junior Dalberg
has two years of basketball ahead of him.
Rounding out the first five are two scrappy
juniors. Milan Tresnit, who is a vicious defen-
sive player, and Tommy Keith, gifted with a
long two-handed set shot that seldom misses,
will be the leaders of next season's contingent.
Left to right: Glen Horning, Douglas McGinty, Jim Anderson, Victor Casebolt, Edro Miller.
Left to right: Edro Miller. Glen Hnrning, Tommy Keith, Ed Johnson, Keith Bieren, Junior Dalberg, Douglas McGinty, Jim
Anderson, Milan Tresnit, Victor Casebolt.
Name FG FT PF TP
Bieren .,... ....... 1 20 59 66 299
Keith ....... 50 32 69 132
Dalberg ..... 48 25 55 121
Johnson 39 29 49 107
Tresnit ....... .... 3 7 26 70 100
Horning 12 17 46 41
Reitan 10 6 16 26
Miller .... 5 8 14 18
Anderson ,..... 2 1 9 5
McGinty ...... 1 1 6 3
Taylor ..,.... 0 1 7 1
Casebolt ...... O 0 0 0
TOTAL ..... ....... 3 24 205 397 853
First row, left to right: Howard Guy, Jerry Jackle, Ronnie Tisdall, Frankie Moore, Kenny Spdorff, David Waterman. Second
row: Arlen Keck, Walter Gibbs, Wayne Carson, James Siron, Richard Gillespie, Arthur Harris, Ronnie Dllllll, manager. Third
row: Richard Paulson, Robert Melgaard, Gene White, Larry Carson, Malcolm Neely, Frank Chandler, Coach Overgaard.
outhful Cagers Sparkle Un Court
. . . MOSCOW "B" SQUAD SCORES FOR BASKETBALL
NDING its season w1th,seven Wins and
twelve losses the Moscow B squad made up of MOSCOW """" Palouse 22
Moscow ........ Palouse 29
only freshmen and sophomores produced many MOSCOW ...,,,,',, W. Valley 33
outstanding players. '- Moscow .... W. Valley 43
Led by Center Gene White, who ranked first MOSCOW """""" Ufsulmf fm
. . . . . . Moscow .... Troy A 33
in scoring with 134 points, the Cubs claim Wins MOSCOW .....,.,l. Lewiston 46
over such outstanding teams as Central Valley, Moscow Clarkston 34
Pullman and the Troy A squad. Moscow ........ orofino is
Among the players that should bolster Mos- jjffjfffjf
coW's chances next year are White, Frank MOSCOW ,,.,,,.,,, Troy HA" 23
Moore, Richard Paulson, Kenny Sodorff and Moscow Cent Valle 42
Frank Chandler. '-5 MOSCOW Q
The Cubs were coached by Ralph Paasch 34 ifffflff Potlatch 32
during the early part of the season. After the Moscow 20 ...- Clarkston 41
resignation of Paasch at the end of the first y MOSCOW ------'4"" Lewiston ?1
semester, Will Overgaard took over the coach- f MOSCOW """""" Pullman 30
Smile, son. Hooray!YfWe won the game!
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First row, left to right: Curtiss Humphrey, Elbert Boswell, Don Adams, Arthur Harris. Second
row: Art Thompson qcoachj, Jim Parks, Richard Schmidt, Wayne Lewis, Duane Fredekind.
Cgltinclads Work Hard For Lcufwels
NTERING five meets, the Moscow cross T THE time of publication Moscow's track
country team, although not boasting an impres- squad is hard at Work, although progress is
sive record, produced many outstanding run- greatly hampered by the unstable Weather.
ners. Next fall's thinclads will be led by Letter- Four lettermen and many promising prospects
men Richard Schmidt and Wayne Lewis. should make a Well rounded track squad. Al-
though the thinclads have stronger teams to
compete against this year, they should take
their share of points in the meets.
First row, left to right: Dale Johnson, Wayne Carson, Robert Clyde, Mickey McCarty, Jerry Jackie, Don Yarnell, Jerry Shoop.
Second row: Jim Anderson, Dale Yarnell, Ed Johnson, Jerry Neely, Robert Weisel, Merlin Anderson, Dale Davie, Roy Verner,
Third row: Richard Schmidt, Gordon Iverson. Bob Reitan, Jim Parks, Wayne Lewis, Richard Gillespie, Wayne Reed Charles
Canfield. Fourth row: Lawrence Rathhun, Norman Oleson, Arthur Harris, Curtiss Humphrey, Jim Strang, Ronnie Tisdall, Mike
McQuade. Fifth row: Manager Bob Trimble, Coach Jaussi, Manager Ronnie Dunn.
IRLS' P. E. and after-school sports helped
to keep figures slim, aided in the development
of coordination and brought out sportsmanship
in the games that they played after school and
during P. E. classes. Some of the games were
She makes it look easy.
Let's lose a few pounds.
Esther Henderlider is in her third year as girls' P.E. in-
structor, director of girls' after school sports, and Pep club
adviser. During these years she has given them guidance
and stressed the development of good sportsmanship.
basketball, soccer, volley ball, badminton, and
a score of others.
Points were given for each after-school turn-
out, and after a total of five hundred points a
girl received an UM". She was then eligible for
the Pep Club.
Fore! I 2501: it!
All mixed up.
Beverly Gallup ' Catherine Fitzgerald Rosella Kelly
Gheer Leaders Show Pep
NEW yells, rallies, mothering Hortense, back-
ing the Bears with enthusiasm, upholding the
school colors, and promoting good sportsman-
ship are only a few of the many things our high
school yell team has supervised.
Through their efforts, Old Clothes Day and
the bonfire before the Lewiston game were a
big success. Beverly Gallup, Rosella Kelly and
Catherine Fitzgerald make up the hard working
Following the standards set by their seniors,
are Karen Hurdstrom, Carma Rudd and Mari-
lyn Horney, who comprise the "Bn squad yell
Rosella Kelly, Catherine Fitzgerald, Beverly Gallup, Marilyn Horney, Karen Hurdstrom, Carma Rudd.
Left to right: Marilu
Frischknecht, Shirley Hall,
Donna Selleck, Leeann
Lawton, Lita Frischknecht,
Shirley Brynaldson, Pat
Milsap, Yvonne Miller.
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Meats-Phone 2191 Groceries-Phone 2181
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KENNEDY Sz KEANE
"The Best of Luck in the World
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REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
5245 S. Main Phone 5012
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Poultry, Feeds and
Seeds and Garden Supplies
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This page was paid for by the following firms: Carl Cunningham's Service Station, C. M. Wilderman Co., Rollefson's Grocery,
and julie Owl Drug Store. Because of their generosity we were able to include more pictures than would have been otherwise
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ThompSon's Men's Wear
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208 S. Main Phone 26-281
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"Good Luck to All the Graduating Seniors of the Class of 1950"
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NASH SALES AND SERVICE
"There's a New Kind
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515 S. Main Phone 26-781
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Courtesy , CONGRATULATIONS, sEN1ORs,
Quality 5 YOUR PHOTOGRAPHER
, AL HURDSTROM 521 s. Main Phan 2245
505 S. Main Phone 2349
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during vacation. 8. Man nf the world. 9 Male shortage. 10 Nick and Bonnie at a. mixer. 11. M. M. M.H.S. 12. P.E. class. 13.
Don T. giving the good word. 14. Nancy B. 15. Leading a yell.
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213 South Main
Post Office Box 395
I Moscow, Idaho
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Names to Be Remembered
GAYMODE'1c for Hosiery
CYNTHIAPY' for Slips
ADONNAW for Undies
TOWNCLAD for Suits, Shirts, Shoes, and
DRIVE "Z" INN
OPEN 11 A. M. TO 1 A. M.
SUNDAY 4 P. M. TO 12 A. M.
410 W. Third ,
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Bob Mortensen, Class of '40
Cameras Films Tinting
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Al and John
Sixth and Main in Moscow
The Home of Good Service
Moscow Electrical Co.
203 S. Main Phone 6611
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Gas - Oil - 'Lubrication
Auto Repairs - Reasonable Prices
5th 85 Main Phone 2201
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Cokes - Chocolates - Cones
Shakes - Sodas - Sundaes
Pie - Hamburgers - Salads
112 E. Third Phone 2311 E ui
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SALES AND SERVICE u
611 S. Main Phone 2327
Your Neighborhood Store
FOR BETTER AND SURER BUYS
329 N. Main. Phone 4011
MOVIES ARE BETTER THAN EVER
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"Home of Moscowls
501 S. Main Phone 2350
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Where Your Nickels and
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LUMBER AND LUMBER PRODUCTS
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810 S. Main Phone 2357
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North Idaho Brokerage
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110 East sth Moscow, Idaho
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PEDERSEN BROS. STATION
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SIGNAL SERVICE STATION
726 South Main
MANDEL'S BARBER SHOP
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MOSCOW BARBER SHOP
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