Moscow High School - Bear Tracks Yearbook (Moscow, ID)
- Class of 1953
Page 1 of 128
Pages 6 - 7
Pages 10 - 11
Pages 14 - 15
Pages 8 - 9
Pages 12 - 13
Pages 16 - 17
Text from Pages 1 - 128 of the 1953 volume:
laosoouf high school
ff fb N X
"IT must be out of this world," commented a bystander as
Mont Boobalee Cpronounced Mont Boobaleej and troop
stepped out of their Martian rocket ship on the school
Boobalee and his companions, Beebalee and Bumblebee
Tahdah, find Moscow High School the most fascinating
part of the new planet and proceed to mimic everything
and anything connected with M.H.S., including the faculty.
They evidently think that Moscow High School is out of
this world. So is the theme of this 1953 Bear Tracks.
aar sehaal We aa page 49
ear sparts aa page 71
ear advertisers aa page 97
leak far. . .
ear aaraiaistratiaa aa page 5
ear classes ea page I3
ear argaaizatiaas aa page 39
L. C. Robinson, Superintendent
Q in - ' I fjys
Y . 3 f
. Q Xi, ig .
X A Qi: i i ' ii
-. 'ff' I V ti?
Margaret Logan, Agnes Weeks
Francis Nonlni, Principal
Front row, left to right: L. C. Robinson, Allen Janssen, Clay Boyd. Second row: Robert Greene, Merle Stubbs, Floyd Trail,
Eugene Giles. These members of the school board keep the school running.
Pauline Whitehead Jeanette Burford
Clinton Wiswall Clyde Youmans
Agriculture Manual Arts,
May belle Gehrke
Nancy Buchanan Bruce Brenn
Members of the Student Council are, first row, left to righgz Arlen Ke
Ann Schultz, Jane Lange. Second row: Bill Burleigh, Cecil l-lelck, Jo
Agnes Bergman, Gail Torpey, Anne Carson, Bev Bolingbrokc.
" W 1
ck, Rich Gillespie, Bruce Brenn, Nancy Buchanan, Mary
Laughlin, Wayne Reid, Ron Tisdall, Dee Humphrey,
,A .. , - ,, W,
- ,wwf Iffirlun
OUR CLASS RING
0 r lwmvr students
Wayne Reid Tom Trail
Jerry Verner Nancy Buchanan
Bruce Brenn Ken Bergman
Mariellen Lough Robert Larsen
Bob Yenor Dennis Gray
Mary Ann Fowler Charles Canfield
Ron Tisdall Shirley Mortensen
Judy Hodgins Barbara Hatch
Joan Matz Sherry Oleson
Ralph Provencal Ray Sawyer
Kay Koster Mary Ann Schultz
Jo Ann Schumacher
Student Council Representative
seniors fell their story
WE have come a long way since those first uncertain days when we were frosh. The usual
class war has come and gone, the out of town boys and girls have been looked over and
now we are ready to graduate. But oh yes, we have come a long way since our eighth grade
Remember those first days of school four years ago when we self-consciously grinned and
took our rightful place as frosh? The way everyone would tease, but underneath it all we didn't
mind because we were in high school at last? We did get lost for a while and couldn't quite
figure out what all the bells were for. A few trips to the office, and it was no longer a mys-
tery. Remember the thrill of our senior-frosh dates--gad, they seemed old!
Our sophomore year came and we plunged into the dark ages. Everyone has forgotten us
, . . we were no longer "dumb froshf' we were no longer anything. But after looking at the
frosh and shaking our heads over such a dumb group of people, we decided we were "men about
town" after all! Our class was never like that. . .
The sun came out again at the start of our third year. We were now upperclassmeh who
could look with scorn on all the underlings. Remember those dinners we never did get because
we had to rush down to fix hot dogs . . . the '53 Cafe . . . the Junior Prom? Alice in Wonder-
land was the theme and remember that huge Cheshire Cat with the tooth paste smile, the tun-
nel leading in, and everyone threatening to use flash lights because it was so dark. Commence-
ment came and we realized that next year ....
And "next year" came, too. The beginning of the end for the class of '53, Now we could smile
indulgently at the frosh, and tease them. Senior-frosh dates came and went, and the frosh in
answer took us out. We started a tradition with our Masquerade Ball--Mr. and Mrs. Barnes had
everyone baffled when they turned out to be the king and queen! Time flew and soon it was
time for the juniors to entertain us down in Davey J ones' Locker at the Prom. Our Senior Ball
followed closely and it was all topped with our sneak. None of us got very sunburned! And
then the end of May loomed up . . . our time had come. We took our place in our caps and gowns
and waited not-so-patiently for those diplomas we worked four years for ....
Ambition: To swipe martinis from a crowbar.
Says: "Nobody laughed!"
Thespians. 2, 3, 4, clerk, 3, president, 4: International Club, 2:
Head Commer.cement Usher. 3: Boys' League, 4, vice president. 4:
"Meet Mc in St. Louis" production staff, 1: "A Kiss for Cindei-
rella" production staff, 2: i'Cheaper by the Dozen" production
staff, 3: Band, 1.2.3, secretary-treasurer, 3: Pep Band, 2.3: Music
Festival, 1,2,3: Dance Band, 4: Boys' State, 3.
Ambition: To graduate in '53,
Says: "Oh pot!"
F.H.A., 1,2.3,4: Rep Club, 4: "Jerry of Jericho Road" cast, 2: Chorus,
2.3: Music Festival, 2.3: Meridian High School. 1.
Ambition: To keep out of the army.
Says: "Dad gummitf'
Pep Band. 1.2: "Cheaper by the Dozen" production
staff. -I: Basketball, 4: Band, l,2.3.4, president, 4:
Music Festival, 1,2,3.4.
Ambition: To go to Alaska.
Ambition: To graduate.
Says: "Whut girl?"
Radio Club. 2: Camera Club.
3: Track, 1.
Ambition: To stay single.
Says: "Women are the root of all evil."
"Cheaper by the Dozen" production staff, 4: Golf, 3.
Ambition: To see the whole world.
Says: "Gees 0' flip!"
American School at Megro, Tokyo, Japan, 1:
Club, 2,3.4: King of Football, 3: Y.M.C.A. Youth
Legislature. 3: Board of Control, 2: A.S.M.H.S. pres-
ident. 4: Commencement Usher, 3: Student Council.
1.4: "Cheaper by the Dozen" production staff, 4:
WOCSOMONIAN bus. mgr.. 4: Football, 1.3,4: Bas-
ketball. 2.3.4: Baseball, 1: Track. 1.2,3,4: State Bas-
ketball Tournament. 3.4: Football co-captain. 4: In-
land Empire All Star Football Team, 3: Boys' State.
3. Lieut. Gov.
Ambition: To be a meat cutter.
Says: "Oh no!"
v'Ambition: To make all those women leave me alone.
.?Says: "I don't smoke, drink, or take out girls, but. boy, do I cuss."
Thespians, 2.3.4, v-pres., 3: Quill 8a Scroll, 3.4, v-pres. 4: Y.M.C.A.
Youth Legis. Lt. Gov., 3: Pacific Coast Press Conf., 4: Jr. class pres.,
3: Sr. class pres., 4: Comm. Usher, 3: Student Council. 3.4: "Kiss for
Cinderella" cast. 2: Bears' Benefit cast. 2: "Cheaper By the Dozen"
staff, 4: BEAR TRACKS make-up editor, 4: WOCSOMONIAN, 3.4:
Boys State. 3.
Meet: Witch Hazel.
Ambition: To be a chorus girl.
Says: "Well, to put it bluntly."
G.A.A., 1,2.3: F.H.A., 1,2,3,4, State meeting, 3, treasurer, 3: Pep Club,
3.4, pres., 4: International Club. 2: Y.M.C.A. Youth Legis., Boise, 3:
Comm. Usher, 3: Girls League Cabinet, 3: Student Council, 4:A.S.M.
H.S. sec.-treas., 4: "Dixie Doo Dah" cast, 1: "Meet Me in St. Louis"
staff. 1: "Cheaper By the Dozen" staff, 4: Chorus, 1: Music Festival,
1: Girls' State, 3.
Meet: Swivel Hips.
Ambition: To be able to understand women.
Says: "Let's outline this and organize."
Club. 3,4: Quill and Scroll. 4: International Club, 1.2: Com-
mencement Usher, 3: BEAR TRACKS. Sports editor. 4: WOCSO-
MONIAN, 3,4: Football, l,2.3,4: Basketball, 2.3.42 Chorus, 4: Music
Festival, 4: Boys' State, 3, Secretary of State: Pacific Slope Press
Conference, 4: State Basketball, 4.
Ambition: Lots of it.
Says: "Hi Babe!"
F.H.A., l.2,3: International Club, 2: Pep Club, 3.4: Board of Control,
2: Cheerleader, 2,3,4: Student Council. 1.3.4: Head Commencement
Usher, 3: Girls' League Cabinet, 2,3,4: "Cheaper By the Dozen"
production staff, 4: Chorus, 1: "Dixie Doo Dah" cast. 1: Music Fes-
Ambition: To throw a "kego" in the library.
Says: Too much.
Ambition: To be a nurse.
Says: "Oh, crumb."
.kv Bonners Ferry High School, 1.2,3: F.H.A., 2.3.41
'We F,B.L.A.,3: Tri D., 3: Girls' League, l,2,3, Forum,
l,2,3: Commencement Usher, 3: "Cheaper By the
Q Dozen" cast, 4.
Ambition: To be a farmer.
Says: "How's she going?"
F.F.A., 1.2: Chorus, 1.2,3,4: Mu-
sic Festival. l.2,3,4.
Ambition: To get what I want.
Says: "Beats me."
F.H.A., 4: "Our Miss Brooks" cast, production staff,
3: Chorus, 4: Music Festival, 4.
Ambition: To find a car with wheels that won't
Says: "I don't know."
"M" Club, 2.3.4, sec-treas., 4: Int. Club. 2: F.H.A.
3,4: Quill and Scroll, 4: Camera Club, 2: Student
Council, 3: Soph. v-pres., 2: Boys' League sec.-treas.,
2,3.4: Comm. Usher, 3: Boys' League Cabinet, 2,3.4:
Student Council Rep., 3: "Our Miss Brooks" cast, 3:
"Cheaper By the Dozen" cast, 4: BEAR TRACKS, 3,
Bus. Mgr.. -11 WOCSOMONIAN, 3,4: Football Mgr.,
1,2,3,4: Basketball Mgr.. 1.2: Chorus. 4: Boys' State, 3.
Ambition: To be a beauty operator.
Plummer High School, 1,2.3: Commencement Usher, 3: Chorus, 1.2,3:
Music Festival, 2.3.
MARY ANN FOWLER
Ambition: To be a nurse.
Says: "I'm sooooo mad!!!"
F.H.A., 1.2.3,-1: Pep Band, 188.8.131.52. vice president, 3: secretary, 4:
Thespians, 3.4, secretary, 4: Pep Club, 3.4: International Club, 2:
Junior Classical League. 4: Regional Declamation Contest, 3: Dis-
trict Declamation Contest, 4: "Nine Girls" cast, 3: "Cheaper By
the Dozen" cast, 4: "The Waltz Dream" cast, 4: "Dixie Doo Dah," 1:
Chorus, 3,4: Junior Tri Trio, 1.2: Girls' Quartet, 3: Senior Ensemble,
4: Band, 1.2,3.4, secretary, 4: Dance Band. 4: Trumpet Trio, 1.2:
Music Festival. 1.2,3,4: State Music Festival. 3: All State Chorus, 3.
DOROTHY JEAN DAY
Ambition: To be able to ice
skate on one foot.
Says: "Oh, go on."
Wallowa High School, l.2,3: G.A.
A., treasurer, 2.3: Glee Club.
secretary. 1,2.3: Wa Lo Hi Club,
Vice president, 3: Torch Honor
Club, vice president, 1.2: Class
secretary, 2.3: Commencement
Usher, 1,2,3: ,Student Council, 2,
3: COUGAR TRACKS, l.2,3:
WALO HI, l.2,3: Chorus, 1,2,3:
Sextet, 1.2: Music Festival, 1.2.31
Girls' State 3.
BARBAR A GAINES
Ambition: To be an eighth grade music tcacher.
Says: "No kidding?"
Franklin High School, Portland, Oregon. 1.2: Eagle Rock High
School. Los Angeles, California, 3: Niecho-Ko, 2: Drill Team, 3:
Freshman Frolic, 1: Pep Club, 4: G,A.A., 3: Senior Ensemble, 4:
F.H.A., 4: "Cheaper By the Dozen" cast, 4: Chorus. 4: Music Fes
Ambition: To get along with a certain girl.
Camera Club, 3: Radio Club 2: Freshman class vice president, 1,
Student Council, 3: "Cheaper By the Dozen" production staff, 4:
Yell King, 3: Chorus, 4: Music Festival, 4,
Ambition: To be a coach.
Says: "Everwhat or everwhich!"
"M" Club. 2.3.-4: F.F.A., 1.2: A.S.M.H.S., v-pres., 4:
Fresh. pres., 1: Band. l,2,3.4, v-pres.. 3: Comm. Ush-
er, 3: Student Council, 1.4: Football, l,2,3,4: Basket-
ball, 1.2.3,4: Track, 3.4: St. Track Meet, 3: St. Basket-
ball, 3.4: Basketball co-capt., 4: Best Blocker, 4: Mu-
sic Festival, 3: Boys' State, 3: Inland Empire All
Star Basketball Team, 4.
Ambition: To show up J. P. Morgan. General
Motors and Standard Oil of California.
International Club. 1.2: Radio Club, 1: Thesplans.
3.4. "Our Miss Brooks" cast, 3: "Balcony Scene"
cast. 3: "A Kiss for Cinderella" staff, 2: Bears'
Bleacher Benefit staff, 2: "A Murder Has Been Ar-
ranged" staff. 2: "Peter and the
Purple Pearl" staff: "Mother was
a Freshman" staff. 3: "Nine
Girls" staff. 3: "Cheaper by the
Dozen" staff. 4: Band. 1.2: Mu-
sic Festival. 1.2.
Ambition: To go to college.
Says: "Oh, shucks!"
F.H.A., l.2.3.4: "Jerry of Jericho
Road" cast, 2: Chorus, 2.3: Mu-
sic Festival. 2.3: Ensemble, 1:
Tri Trio. 1: Palouse High School.
Ambition: To see the world.
Says: "l-'iffle doodle."
G.A,A.. 1.2,3,4: International
Ambition: To be a vet doctor.
Says: "You really do?"
G.A.A., l,2,3: Pep Club, 3.4.
Ambition: To find an ambition.
Says: "Whatta Matta Yo?"
"M" Club. 3.4: Radio Club. 1: Football. 1,2,3,4:
Ambition: To be a millionaire.
Says: "Oh, I don't care." A
International Club. 1.2: Thesplans. 4: Quill and
Scroll, 4: Junior Classical League, 4: "Nine Girls"
production staff, 3: "Cheaper hy the Dozen" cast, 4:
"Our Miss Brooks" cast and production staff. 3:
BEAR TRACKS, 3.4, Circulation Manager. 4: WOC-
SOMONIAN. 3.4: Pacific Slope Journalism Confer-
ence. 4: Football, 2.
Ambition: To be a 4 minute miler.
Says: Things that aren't nice.
Club, 3.4: Boys' League Cabinet, 4. program chairman, 4:
"Cheaper by the Dozer" cast. 4: Basketball. l.2.3.4: Track. 3.4:
Cross Country, 3.4: Captain, 3: State Track, 3: Band, 184.108.40.206: Music
Festival, 1.2.3,-l: Stale Music Festival, 3: Boys' State, 3: Bear Board,
3, president. 4: State Basketball, 4.
Ambition: To get a kick out of life.
Says: "Oh, you guys!"
F.H.A., l,2,3.4, Council, 4: International Club, 1.2: Quill and Scroll, 4:
Pep Club, 4: Junior Classical League, 4: "Cheaper by the Dozen"
production staff, 4: "Kiss for Cinderella cast, 2: "Nine Girls" pro-
duction staff: BEAR TRACKS, 3,-4, Senior Activities editor. 4: WOC-
SOMONIAN. 3.4: G.A.A., 1.2: Chorus, 3: District and State. Music
Festival, 3,4: Senior Ensemble, 4.
Ambition: To go hunting.
Says: "Don't get smart."
Ambition: To be a farmer.
Says: "Well, heavens to Betsy."
1,2,3,4, sentinel, 2: National F.F.A. convention, Kansas City,
2: Basketball, 3: Football, 4: Track, 2: "M" Club, 4.
, Meet: Punk.
ball, 2.3.42 Pacific
Ambition: To own a Cadillac.
Says: Too much at the wrong
Ambition: To be a P.E. teacher.
Says: "Aren't people funny?"
G.A.A., 1.2.3,4: F.H.A., 1,2: "Jerry of Jericho Road,
2: Tri Trio, 2: Quartet, 3: Senior Ensemble, 4: Mu-
sic Festival, 2,3,4: Chorus, 2,3.
Ambition: To work with radio and T.V.
Says: "I can't figure it out."
Bancroft Jr. High School, Los Angeles, 1: Fairfax
Hi., Los Angeles, 2,3: Moscow High School, 4.
Ambition: To get out of the army-alive.
Says: Anything that comes to mind.
F.F.A., 1,2,3,4, treasurer, 4: F.I-I.A., 4: Student Council, 2.
Ambition: To take over Hat Freeman's job.
Says: "That's just peachy."
"M" Club, 2,3,4, president, 4: F.F.A., 1,2, reporter, 2: Junior Class
vice president, 3: Council Representative, 2.4: Boys' League, vice
president, 3, president, 4: Student Council, 4: Commencement Usher.
3: Track, 1,2,3,4, Basketball, 1,2,3,4, co-captain, 4: Football, 1,2,3,4,
Inspirational Player, 3: Boys' State, 2: State Basketball. 4.
Ambition: To get an
Says: "What do you
F,H.A., 1,2,3,4, Council,
3.4, rec.-sec., 4: G.A.A.,
want, a medal?"
1,3,4, v-pres., 4: Thespians,
1,2: Pep Club, 3,4: Interna-
tional Club, 2: Quill and Scroll, 4: Comm. Usher, 3:
"Dixie Doo Dah" cast, 1: "Our Miss Brooks" cast, 3:
"Echo" cast, 4: "Balcony Scene" cast, 3: "Nine Girls"
staff, 3: "Cheaper By the Dozen" staff, 4: WOCSO-
MONIAN, 4: Chorus, 1: District Drama Festival, 3,4:
Regional Drama Festival, 3,-4.
Ambition: To go around the world.
Says: "Keep cool."
Club, 2,3,4, vice president, 4: Quill and Scroll,
4: "Cheaper by the Dozen" production staff, 4:
BEAR TRACKS Sports Editor, 4: WOCSOMONIAN,
4: Football, 1,2,3,4: Inspirational Player, 4: Basket-
Coast Press Conference, 4.
ball. 2,3,4: Pacific Coast Press
Eonference, 4: State Basketball,
Ambition: .To do nothing.
Says: "Oh ya old pot."
Pep Club, 4: F.H.A., 1,2,3: Inter-
national Club, 2: Girls' League
Cabinet, 4. treasurer, 4: "Dixie
Doo Dah" cast: "Jerry of Je-
richo Road" cast, "Cheaper by
the Dozen," head usher: Ma-
jorettes, 1,2,3,4. Leader, 3,4: Cho-
rus, 1,2,3: Music Festival, l,2,3,4,
State Music Festival, 3: May Day
Meet: Pris. A
Ambition: To be a fashion designer for Saks.
Says: "Aloha Wahines."
Thespians. 1,2,3.4, secretary, 3: vice president, 4: F.H.A., 1,2,3: In-
ternational Club, 2: Pep Club, 3,4, vice president, 4: Junior Classi-
cal League, 4: Commencement Usher, 3: "Dixie Doo Dah" cast, 1:
"Nine Girls" cast, 3: "Our Miss Brooks" cast. 3: "Kiss for Cinde-
rella" cast. 2: "Cheaper by the Dozen" cast, 4: "Meet Me ir. St.
Louis," production staff, 1, District Drama Festival. 2.3: State
Drama Festival. 3: Chorus, 1,2, Girls' Quartet, 2: Senior Ensemble,
4: Music Festival, 1,2: "Men Are Like Streetcars" cast, 4.
Ambition: To be a radio-television repair man.
Says: "Well, that's a nice trick!"
Ambition: To be a beach comber at Wakiki.
Says: "I could have sworn she said 'Yes'."
Radio Club, 1: Camera Club. 2: F.H.A., 2: "Kiss for
Cinderella" production staff, 2: Bears' Bleacher
Benefit cast, 2: Football, 1.
Ambition: To get one.
Says: "Just lucky, I guess."
F.H,A., 1,2,3.4, Historian, 3: G.A.A., 1.2: Pep Club,
3,4: International Club. 2: "Dixie Doo Dah". 1:
"Cheaper by the Dozen" productioi: staff, 4: Cho-
rus, 1: Senior Ensemble, 4: Music Festival, 1,4.
Ambition: To go to B.Y.U.
Says: Only what's necessary.
Thespians, 3.4: "Balcony Scene'
cast, 3: "Our Miss Brooks" cast,
32 "Cheaper by the Dozen" cast.
43 "Nine Girls" production staff,
3: "Mother Is ai Freshman" pro-
duction stnff, 3: WOCSOMON-
IAN, Ad Manager. 4: Chorus, 4.
Ambition: To grow!
G.A.A., 2.3: F,H.A., 1.2,3: Girls'
League Cabinet, 2, representa-
tive, 4. social chairvnaiz: "Jerry
of Jericho Road" cast, 2: Chorus,
2: Music Festival, 2: Girls' State,
Ambition: To travel around the world on a mule.
Says: "Aw, you're crazy."
"M" Club, 1,2,3,-1: F.F.A., 1,2,3,4, pres., 4: Dist. F.F.A.
V-pres., 4: F.H.A., 3,4: Comm. Usher, 3: Football, 1,2,
3,4: Track, 2.3: St. Track Meet, 3: Football Capt., 4:
Chorus, 2,3,4, pres., 4: Music Festival, l,2,3,4: State
Music Festival, 3.
Ambition: To get past thc city limits some day.
Says: "To heck with that song and dance!"
F.H.A,, 1,2,3,4, Dist. Pres., 3, St. Ed., 4: State F.H.A.
Conv., 3,4: Quill and Scroll, 3,4, pres., 4: Camera
Club, 2, sec., 2: International Club, 2: Pep Club, 3,4:
Comm. Usher, 3: "Dixie Doo Dah" east, 1: "Cheaper
By the Dozen" staff, 4: "Nine Girls" staff, 3: "Meet
Me in St. Louis" staff. 3: BEAR TRACKS, 4: Liter-
ary Ed.: Pacific Coast Press Conf., 4: WOCSOMON-
IAN, 3,4: Chorus, 1: Sr. Ensemble, 4: Music Fest., 1.4.
Ambition: To do something.
"M" Club, 2,3,4: International Club. 2: Junior Classical League. 4:
Camera Club, 2: Football, 1,2,3,4: Track. 1,2.
Ambition: To be an Apache dancer.
Says: "Oh, Really?"
Pep Club, 4: International Club, 1: Thespians, 4: Girls' League Cab-
inet, 1: 'Kiss for Cinderella" cast, 1: "Our Miss Brooks" cast, 2:
"Cheaper by the Dozen" production staff and cast, 4: "Jerry of
Jericho Road," production staff, 1: "Men Are Like Streetcars" cast, 4.
SHIRLEY MORTEN SEN
Ambition: To own a car ol'
Says: "Oh, no! Really?"
F.H.A.. 1.2: Pep Club, 4: "Dixie
Doo Dah" cast, 1: "Jerry of Je-
richo Road" cast, 2: "Cheaper
by The Dozen" production staff,
4: Scnior Ensemble, 4: Chorus,
1.2,3: Music Festival, 1,2,3,4.
Ambition: To get out of school.
Club, 4: "Cheaper by the Dozen" cast, 4: Foot-
Ambition: College and farming.
Says: "What's happening?"
Grangeville High School, 1,2: Gonzaga High School,
Spokane, 3: Brown Military Academy, Los Angeles,
3: "G" Club, 1.2: Sportsmans' Club, 3: Baseball
1,2,3: Basketball, 1,2,3,4: Band, 1: Club, 4: State
Ambition: To be a millionaire.
Says: "What's the skinny."
Troy High School, 1,21 Class treasurer, 1,21 Student Council, 2: "Ab-
sent Minded Professor" cast, 2: Football, 1: Baseball, 1: Basketball.
1.2: District Speech Festival, 1.
Ambition: To get along with gals.
Says: "Dog gone it."
Club, 4: Football, 4: Waco Texas High School, 1,2,3.
Ambition: To finish college with a four point average-ha!
Says: "What an optimist!"
Thespians, 4: Girls' League Cabinet, 4: Girls' League secretary, 4:
"Cheaper by -the Dozen" cast, 4: Chorus, 1.3: Music Festival. 3:
Elamiltogi Junlor High, 1, Freemont High School, Oakland, Cali-
Ambition: To be an air line stewardess.
F gays: 1'iOri3 crud."
.A - .. . 3 ep Club: Chorus. 1,2,3: Music F st' .l, 1,23 L V
High School, Nevada, 1.2: Harden City High Scriololl, Kansa? 3. egas
JACQUELINE RAE MILSAP
Ambition: To join the Foreign Legion.
Says: "Oh pot!"
F.H,A., 1,2,3: Pep Club, 4: International Club. 2:
"Cheaper by the Dozen" production staff, 4: "Jerry
ot Jericho Road" cast, 2: "Dixie Doo Dah" cast, 1:
MaJorettC, 2: Chorus, 1,2: Music Festival, 1,2.
Meet.: g Milly.
Ambition: To own a South Sca island.
Says: "Oh! I vvouIdn't say that."
Ambition: To make a lot of
Says: "I don't know."
Ambition: To live to be one hundred years old.
North Central High School, 1.2.3.
Ambition: To go to college.
Says: "Nice play!"
Mount Veriton High. Washington. 1.2.33 Latin Club, 1.2:
2.3: Girls' Green M. 2.3: .Student Council. 2.3: F.H.A.. 1.2.3
1' Flamingo Swim 'Team 23 Bulldo Staff 3 Tri Hi Y
, ' g .3 .3:Hori-
zon. 1.2.3: Pep Club. 4: Thespians. 4: "Cheaper by the Dozen" cast.
4: Bear Board, 4: WOCSOMONIAN, 3.-1.
Mect 2 Buzz.
Says: "Hello dere."
Meet: Little Bo Peep.
Ambition: To be a chorus girl.
Says: "Did you really?"
Thespians. 3.-1. clerk. 4: Pep Club. 3.4: F.H.A.. 1.2.
3.4. song leader. 2.3: Pep Band, 2.3: Junior Classi-
cal League. 4: "Nine Girls" cast. 3: "Balcony Scene"
cast. 4: "Cheaper By the Dozen" production staff. 4:
Chorus, 1.4: Baiid. 1.2.33 Music Festival. 2,3,4: State
iVIusic1Festiva1. 3: Rolfe Consolidated School. Rolfe,
PATRICIA LOUISE PATTERSON
Ambition: To be a good wife.
Says: "1'm impressed!"
F.H.A.. 1.2.3.-4: Pep Club, 4: In-
ternational Club. 2: "Cheaper By
the Dozen" production staff. 4.
Ambition: To join the navy.
Says: "What a scream."
F.H.A.. 1.2: Pep Club, 4: Girls'
League Cabinet, 3.4. vice presi-
dent. 4: Tri State Women's
Armed Forces Convention, 3:
"Dixie Doo Dah" cast. 1: "Jerry
of Jericho Road, 2: "Cheaper
By the Dozen" production staff.
4: Chorus. l.2.3: Ensemble. 3:
State Music Festival. 3.
Ambition: To know something.
Says: "Sui'ferin' succotashf'
F.F.A., 1,2.3.4: "Cheaper By the Dozen" cast, 4:
Bears' Bleacher Benefit, 2: Tumbling. 2,3.4: Track,
Ambition: Don't have any!
Says: "That's the way she goes."
Pep Club, 3.4: F.H.A., 220.127.116.11: Senior Ensemble, 4:
G.A.A.. 1: "Cheaper By the Dozen" production
stafg. 4: Chorus. 3.4: District and State Music Fes-
tiva . 3.4.
Ambition: To become a nuclear physicist.
Says: "The heck it is!"
"M" Club, 3.4: F.F.A., 1,2.3,4. secretary. 3, vice president. 4: Class
secretary. 3: Student Council. 3.4: "Cheaper By the Dozen" cast. 4'
Football. 18.104.22.168: Track. 1.2,3: Band, 22.214.171.124: Pep Band, 1,2.3.4: Ali
District Band. 2.3: Music Festival. 1.2.3.-1: State Festival. 3: Boys'
State, 3: "Men Are Like Streetcars" cast. 4.
Meet: Sis. . .i..,.,.dniA
Ambition: To find one. A airiT" 121:12
Says: "I don't know. it's possible." .mi1o'w,1.i1.S1,l,.A.H.'l
F.H.A., 126.96.36.199, State Convention. 1: G.A.A.i.1atB:ICladmeel'M3BylJiI:.M
Commencement Usher. 3: Girls' League96n1'Brmt,.19ria'Uenrumil :JB-
richo Road" cast. 2: "CheaperaBylJth8 piMuemH1lifboQ
Chorus. 2.4: Triple Trio. 2: SeniMAKl'lK9 DGXVWL1Isid31l'estblE1..lfC:
Girls' State, 3: D.A.R, Rap!7tBai'iI2MU3Nl4Iui'11aiC1 :I ,au1orlD :P .sono
MARY ANN SCHULTZ
Ambition: To learn to raise
F.H.A., 1,2,3,4, president, 4:
Quill and Scroll, 3.4. secretary,
4: International Club, 2: F.H.A.
District Sec.. 3: Pep Club, 3.4:
F.H.A, State Convention, 3: Girls'
League Cabinet, 1.2,3.4, presi-
dent, 4: Student Council, 4.
Cheerleader. 2: Chorus, l: "Dix-
ie Doo Dah", 1: Chorus, 1: Mu-
sic Festival, 1.
Ambition: To win an argument.
Says: "Oh putt!"
Rosalia High School, Washington, 1,2: Palouse,
Washington, 3: Pep Club, secretary. 2: F.H.A., 1.
2.4: G.A.A., 2: Commencement Usher. 2: Double
Sextet. 1: Triple Trio. 3: "Cheaper By the Dozen"
production staff, 4: Chorus, l,2,3: Music Festival.
Ambition: To go to college.
Says: "That's the way it goes."
"M" Club, 3,4: Bears' Bleacher Benefit. 2: WOC-
SOMONIAN, 3: Baseball, 1: Football, l,2,3,4: Track.
1, 2: Basketball. 1: Lewiston High School. 1.
Ambition: To retire.
Says: Most anything.
Ambition: To stay out of the army.
Says: "You'll think so when I get through with you!"
1,2,3,4, vice president, 2: Football, 1,3: Band, 1: Music Fes-
Ambition: To stay alive.
Says: Nothing much.
"Cheaper By the Dozen" production staff. 4: Chorus, 1.4: Tekoa
High School, Washington.
Ambition: To go through college.
Says: "Wait until the time comes."
F.H.A., 1,2,3: G.A.A., 2,3,4, pres., 3: Pep Band. 1.2.3,4.
v-pres., 2, pres., 3.4: Pep Club, 3.4: International
Club, 2: "Waltz Dream" staff, 4: Chorus, 4: Sr. En-
semble, 4: Band, l.2,3,4, v-pres., 4: All Dist. Band. 2.
3.4: Trumpet Trio, 1,2: Music Festival, 1,2,3,4: State
Festival, 3: All State Band, 3: All Northwest Band, 4:
Bellingham Music Festival, 4.
Ambition: Lots of it.
Says: "How truef'
International Club, 1.2: Pep Club, 3.4, sec., 4: F.H.A.,
1,2,3: G.A.A., 1: Quill and Scroll, 4: Comm. Usher, 3:
Class sec.-treas., 4: "Cheaper By the Dozen" staff, 4:
WOCSOMONIAN, 4: Senior Ensemble, 4: Chorus, 3:
Music Festival, 3.4: State Music Festival, 3.
Ambition: To play my uku-
lele in Madison Square Gar-
Says: "But my car won't
Latin Club, 1: F.H.A., 2.3: Cho-
rus, 4: Music Festival, 4.
Ambition: T0 be a rich stock
Says: "My golly!"
Band, 1.2,3,4, president, 3: Pep
Baud, l,2,3,4: Music Festival, 1,
3.3.1-1: F.F.A., 1.2: Cross Country,
International Club, 1,2: "M" Club, 2,3.4: F.H.A., 3.4: Quill and
Scroll, 4: Junior Classical League, 4, vice-president, 4: Commence-
ment Usher, 3: Student Council, 4: BEAR TRACKS Ad manager, 4:
WOCSOMONIAN, 4: Football, l.3.4: Basketball. 1,2,3,4: Track, 2,3,4:
Cross Country, 2: Boys' State, 3: State Basketball, 4.
Ambition: To get over feeling gling glong.
Says: "This is really going to sound silly."
F.H.A., 1,2,3,4, council, 1, v-pres., 3, parliamentarian, 4: Camera Club. 2:
Quill and Scroll, 4: International Club, 1: Pep Club, 3.4: Cheerleader,
2.4: Comm. Usher, 3: Student Council, 4: "Nine Girls" cast, 3: "Dixie
Doo Dah" cast, 1: "Cheaper By the Dozen" staff, 4: BEAR TRACKS,
3-4, Photo Ed., 4: WOCSOMONIAN, 3.4: Pacific Slope Press Confer-
ence. 4: Chorus, 1: District Music Festival, 1.
Ambition: To get through college.
Says: Just about anything.
F.F.A.. 1,2: "Cheaper By the Dozen" Business Manager, 4: Foot-
Ambition: To break up the tennis "racket" and join a golf "club".
Sa s "You lau h"'
y I S -
Club, 3,4: International Club, 2: Junior Classical League, 4:
Boys' League Cabinet, 4, social chairman, 4: Basketball, 3.4: Track,
3.4: Football, 3: Baseball, 4: Ursuline Academy, 1.
Ambition: To be a "bird watcher."
Says: "Oh? Is 'at right?"
International Club, 1,2: Junior Classical League, 4,
president, 4: Club, 4: Class Vice President,
l,4: Commencement Usher, 3: "Our Miss Brooks"
cast, 3: "Cheaper By the Dozen" production staff,
4: Football, 2,3,4: Basketball, 3: Boys' State, 3: "Men
Are Like Streetcars" cast, 4.
Ambition: To own a cattle ranch.
Says: "Dear girl."
"M" Club, 2,3,-l: F.F.A,. 4: Football, 1,2,3,4: Basket-
ball, 1: Baseball. 4: Chorus, 4: Music Festival. 4:
Bellingham Music Festival, 4.
Meet: Big'n Dumb, Slew-foot,
Slag-leg, Tiny, Shorty, and
Ambition: To make a fast
one off the government.
Thespians, 3,4: "M" Club, 4'
F.H.A., 2,3,4: "Our Miss Brooks
cast, 3: "Cheaper By the Dozen
cast, 4: "Balcony Scene" cast. 3:
"Mother Was a Freshman" pro-
duction staff, 2: Bears' Bleacher
Benefit production staff, 2: Foot-
ball, 3,4: Regional Drama Fes-
tival, 3: Greater Spokane Fes-
Ambition: To keep my name
off a casualty list.
Says: "Not really?"
Thespians, 3,41 F.H.A., 2,3: Re-
gional Dramatics Festival, 3:
District Dramatics Festival, 3,4:
"Our Miss Brooks" cast, 3: "Bal-
cony Scene" cast, 3: "Cheaper
By the Dozen" cast, 4: "A Kiss
for Cinderella" production staff,
2: "Jerry of Jericho Road" pro-
duction staff, 1: Bears' Bleacher
Benefit, production staff: "Moth-
er Was a Freshman" production
staff, 3: "Nine Girls" produc-
tion staff, 3.
Ambition: To attend West Point.
Says: "Say no and have 'em worried."
F.H.A., l,2.3,4: Pep Club, 3,4: Thespians, 3,4: G.A.A.,
1,2,3,4, historian, 4: "Nine Girls" cast, 3: "Cheaper
By the Dozen" production staff, 3: "Echo" produc-
tion staff, 4.
Ambition: To be a P.E. teacher.
Enterprise High School, Oregon, l,2,3: Cottonwood
High School, 3: Girls' Glee Club, 1,2,3, treasurer, 2:
Hi Booster staff, 1,2: Annual Staff, 1,2: G.A.A., 1,
2,3, secretary, 1.2: F.H.A., l,2, reporter, 1: Class
secretary, 3: Student Body secretary, 3: Girls' Lea-
gue Cabinet, 1,2: Student Council, l,2,3: Chorus, 1,
2.3: Music Festival, 1.2.
Meet: A boy without a nickname.
Ambition: To find a nickname.
Says: "Oh, well."
F.H.A., 3,-4: Quill and Scroll, 4: International Club, 1.2: "Cheaper
By the Dozen" production staff, 4: BEAR TRACKS, photographer,
4: WOCSOMONIAN, photographer, 4: Track. 2: Cross Country. 3:
Boys' State, 3.
Ambition: To be a millionaire.
Says: "I don't give a darn."
St. Maries High School, 1: Class vice president, 1: Football, 1,3.4:
Boxing, 1: Baseball, 1.4: "M" Club, 4.
Mary Ann Schultz
W ORKI' RH
ssniars lzonar queen and princesses
h Jo Ann
' ' 'QQQ .
First row, left to right: Mr. Barnes, adviser, Jane Lange,
Student Council representative. Second row: Dee Humph-
rey, president, Wade Patterson. vice president, Sherm
junirfr class cnjvys originality
HIS year's junior class has had quite a busy Under the able direction of Mr. Barnes, their
year! Selling at games . . , chasing mice adviser, they gave several mixers and spon-
from the candy bars . . . winding old crepe pa- sored the annual Junior Prom. This year's
per, theme was "Davey Jones' Locker."
The junior class earns the money for the Prom by selling concessions at games. Shown below are some of the members
working between halves of a basketball game.
.....- .---- v- -,
.M a iv
Q N lk
Bill Howard Jean John Art Barbara Jeannine Bev
Anderson Anderson Anderson Baker Bedard Bemiss Blaylock Bolingbroke
... ' ' J H , - gi. -Q
'rx in I Q . 1, . , -it 1'.,,.m,s-: sms' ? K
1 z Is . v , E W .I Msg
4 - -L L
Persis Duane Joan Perry Pat Dorothy Jerry John
Bull Carlson Carssow Cramhlit Day Drayton Falls Fields
, , .e A
, .-if K ' 'V
Ann Dale Gene Pat Joann Patsy Jerry Annie
Foley Flomer Frink Fritzley Froman Garrison Giles Goff
4' , Q' I . 4
A 5 1 ' T .f r
Q..-ya ' A 4 . irq
f f' 1 ga t .V 5.
,. 1 1-N k-1 H Y 111 x, J " 1-,gist
Gordon Ed Chet Jo Ann Kay Marcia Dee Jerry
Gourley Gray Hall Halversen Holder Hordemann Humphrey Jensen
' I ,
. 9 x
Q ! L X I K -, L Q
Dempsey Larry Jane Jerry Kay Jay Dee Linda Douglas
Kite Kline Lange Lange Laughlin Leavitt Lew Lindquist
S -.. -N - ,
.5 L 'fi
f' V '1 iff?
' . 1 fi
Marilyn Jim Rhoda Ken Don Ben Pat
McAllister McCarty McGraw Magnuson Miller Miller Morgan
, , , 1
Bob Ardith Boyd Darlene Wilma Duane
Nelson Normington Olson Orr Packard Parr
V , W, , .qffjjix V
ti"'u,, fr A
Q. X! ,1 E h '
lwg . Y ' A. 5
, Q Q in . 1155! I .,
Gerald Aurora John Don Curtis Kay
Peterson Provencal Raeder Randall Randleman Randleman
. - . H4 rl.
Jack Leslynn Frank Dlck Fred Ron
Reams Rogers Stanford Seely Schopp Scrlvner
-can , iw 4 ,
K" 4' l
, 3 I -4
V ' 'gaze . - ' -
F .C A 3 '
Darlene Sherm Charlotte Jack Gerry Janene
Snelson Snow Sodorff Starr Stubbs Taylor
., Q Qf.Sg E3: l - .
1 Q 4 If
. . 1
f ,Om , .
N3 - f I -
' A 1 5 D ' fx
. . A , A 2
Bob Roger Vivian Fern Joan Joyce
Tresnit Tyson Vaagen Van Dyke Wernecke Wernecke
Q A F, , 1 e Q nl
Q A , . e 1 A e
. , ,g V V 41 F,
' I .' ' . X L
i ' ' fu
fMrs.j Jolene Betty
Constance White Williams Wlswall
Sophomore class officers from left to right are Dorothy
Bauer, secretary, Ron Schwartz, president, Ted Correll,
adviser, Joan Ramstedt, vice president, Agnes Bergman,
Student Council representative.
saphamarcs Ht fum pattern
EING wise to the mysteries of high school sored a mixer in January to stock their treas.
the sophomores have contented themselves ury.
t "1" dltl' "th' .
0 me an e We IS year They have taken part in many of the other
Under the direction of Ted Correll they spon- high school activities.
First row, left to right: Pat Cossairt, .loan Adams, Agnes Bergman, Jean Crimmins, Marilyn Greene, Dorothy Bauer, Judy
Cranney, Louretta Alley. Second row: Dolly Ann Cole, Wanda Bendel, Betty Anderson, Mary Eikelberger, Pauline Byers,
Vern Anderson, Mike Estes. Third row: Bob Beckvold, William Cleveland, Don Bellomy, Jerry Berg, Dean Fredekind,
Ronnie Clark, Bob Brasch. Not pictured: Patsy Casey, Judith Casebolt, Lolo Holmes, Myrlene Nelson, Sally Parkes, Henry
Nelson, Victor Nelson, James Waterman.
. . . . den
, X , ofa?-rs, X vi fy, l df,
-'YV-iiv - ,- i .
.. . t ., -
L -- M 1. r....,.s,.,..s X-M-srwiffef. .salnzs.a,Jf,5?fi?f2iQ5:ffs,fv1ffK-yanfr p
' ' d ll w rd Roberta Hawk Maxine llilbv Janet Pelfrev Liv Passmore, Janis
First row, left to right: Rhoda llumley, Lin a 0 'a , , . ., A , .
McBride. Barbara Pope. Second row: Janet Hites, Peggy Harris, Dawn Maih, JoLynn Keck, Mary Knight, Phyllis McAlex-
ander, Pat Lawton, Lois Lundquist. Third row: Mary Ann Johnson, Kathy New, Wayne Kelberg, Rich Koster, Arthur Mell,
.lim Kimble. Fourth row: Bob Nonini, Reid Miller, Dudley Mayo, Martin Rathhun, Jerry Johnson. Jerry Knapp, Boyd
Hager. Orrin Lyon,
'a'a fdd e ,
Yliif-lfl X """':' mg-'12 4,.- H '-,' r-:1 - -e ,l" I 1 MM., .
N . mf
....- , . M.gLIL..m, .ii
Q 9 u
th ll Cecelia Tompkins Marilyn Williams Louise Waterman,
First ron, left to right: Dolores Spuler, Ruth Wolf, Carol Ro we , ,, . A .. ,
Kathy Torpey, Bobby Lee Wagner, Renee Vvallen. Second row: Gary Thompson, Larry Town, Carol Wolverton, Glenna
Weinmann, Donna Rohrbaugh, Joan Ramstedt, Kathryn Weber, Bob Williamson, Bill Schmidt. Third row: Dale Ricdesel,
Bill Woodbury. Larry Steele, John Schuette, Jackie Sumner, Lewis Schafer. John Standley, Marshall Thorpe. Fourth row:
' ' ' ' ' ' W ' T mmv Rodgers. Larry Towncr. John Snider, Doug
Jerry Robbins. Ron Schvulrtz. Denny Rankin. Don tenor. Robert EISS. 0 .
Front row, left to right: Susan Snow, secretary, Mrs. Long,
adviser. Second row: Cecil Heick, president, John Laugh-
lin, student council representative, John Scheldrup, vice
freshmen ezetlzusiasfie about new We
AKING part in all the activities of their They sponsored a mixer, Boney Bones, in
first year with gusto typical of frosh, they February, and in March they started a new
have established themselves firmly in the high tradition of taking the seniors out as a return
school, for the senior frosh dates.
First row, left to right: Cheryl Jacobs, Lorraine Farnam, Carolyn Burke, Marilyn Gregg, Donna Hukill, Carole Haddock,
Harriet Hagan, Carol Hatten, Betty Hoffman. Second row: John Agenbroad, James Allwardt, Sherman Clyde, Don Erick-
son, Valetta Hatley, llene Havens, Marilyn Hatley, Francine Blaylock, Carole Howerton, Carole Jacobs. Third row: George
Benedict, Jerry Bendixen, Jim Crathorne, Merrill Harding, Ed Boas, Dick Day, Gwendolyn Johnson, Mary Jones. Fourth
row: Wayne Darby, Jack Carlson, John Fork, Ted Holder, Dale Burr, Darrel Cox, Frank Hunter, Ralph Johnson, Jim Davis,
Not picture: Leatha Fessenden, Jerry Meyerhoeffer, Galen Byers, John Burgess.
First row, left to right: Dorothy Myhre. Neela McCowan, Janet Lenke, Lois Makinson. Helen Laughlin, Leslie Leavitt, Denny
Morris, Dawn Keck, Donna Mae Morton. Second row: Allen Diethelm, Paul Million, Buddy Myhre, Don llingston, .lim Kraus,
Bill Moore, Allan McCown, James Mulalley, Fred McMillan, Karl Kimberling. Third row: Gayle King, Maxine Klnzer, Marl-
lyn Mosman, Carol Mitchell. llappy McClure, George Miller, Ron Frcdrickson, Jim Morgan, John Laughlin.
ms.. .. A -24....,..,
First row. left to right: Gerry Williams, Susan Snow, Mickey Wagner, Beverly Peterson, Margaret Snow, Sandra Summer-
field. Maureen Walker, Beverly Renfrew. Betty Revord. Second row: Vivian Ray, Barbara Wiswall, Lois Van Dyke, Bar-
hara Wohletl, Gary Pedersen, Gerald Strang, Jakie Wilson. Third row: Edward Tanner, Vietor Skiles, Louraee Thorp, Syl-
via Olson, .lohn Pavel, Richard Ogle. Fourth row: Gordon Rathbun, Dale Randall, John Scheldrup, Charles Sumner, Cay
Teuwiek, Allen Parkins, Dan Pope. Teddy Roberts, Jim Sehopp.
Junior English Art
Typing 'U "
- 4 'nemo
wwf - X
it le: .
Above new initiates are being "corsaged" by Parllamentarian Gail Torpey.
ha home ec class are eligible for the national organization of Fu-
ture Homemakers of America.
IRLS who have had a semester of home ec or are enrolled in a
First row, left to right: Janet Pelfrey. Ruth Wolf, Mary Ann Schultz. president, Gail Torpey, Elaine Patterson, Charlotte
Sndorfl, Leslynn Rogers, Marjorie Thompson, Glenna Weinman. Second row: Jolene Williams, Louise Waterman, Vivian
Vaagen. Barbara Pope. Donna Rohrbaugh, Kathryn Torpey, .loan Ramstedl, treasurer, Elizabeth Passmore, Bobby Wagner,
Joyce Wernecke. Eloise Young. Third row: Rhoda Plumley, Carol Wolverton. Mickey Wagner, Barbara Wohletz, Beverly
Peterson, lleloris Tanner, Arlyne Radsliff, Floretta Randall, Betty Wiswall, Secretary, Jerry Wheaton. Fourth row: Wilma
Packard, Renee Wallen, Barbara Wiswall, Patty Patterson, Jackie Milsap, Nancy Patterson, Dick Seely, Ron Tlsdall, Gregg
First row. left to right.: Dawn Keck, Denny Morris, Irene Nearing, Sherry Oleson, Carol Lyle, Donna Morton, Myrlent- Nel-
son. Second row: Ilene llavens, Lois Makinsnn, Sylvia Olson, Dorothy Myhre, Leslie Leavitt, Janet Lenke, Phyllis McAlvx-
under, Marilyn McAllister. Third row: Ardith Normington, Bobbie llassler, Kay Koster, Mary Ann Johnson, .lo Lynn Keck,
Carole Jacobs, Cheryl Javohs, Fourth row: Kathy New, Pat Morgan, Maxine Kinzer, Gwendolyn Johnson, Carol Milvht-ll,
Net-la Mcfowan, Darlene Orr.
HA is Moscow High s largest organization with over one hun--
dred members. Among the annual events sponsored by FHA
are the Harvest Ball with the FFA, the Silver Tea around Christ-
mas time and Hobo Day.
of amcr ka
First row, left to right: Judy Hodgins, vice president, Harriet Hagan, Priscilla Cotterell, Ann Foley, Mary Ann Fowler, Doro-
thy Drayton, Nancy Buchanan, Pat Day. Second row: Joan Adams, Roberta Hawk, Dolly Ann Cole, Marilyn Gregg, Francine
Blaylock, Betty Hofmann, Veletta Hatley, Miss Freeman. Third row: Peggy Lou Harris, Janet Hites, Joann Froman, Bar-
bara Bemis, Jean Anderson, Jo Ann l-lalversen. Dale Iverson, Ronnie Dunn. Fourth row: Mary Lou Eikelberger, Betty An-
derson, Maxine Hilby, Patsy Casey, Pat Cossairt, Dorothy Bauer, Louretta Alley, Marilyn Greene.
I-'lrst row, left to right: Jack Trimble, Ron Dunn, secretary, Arlen Keck, president, Ralph Alley, vice president, Ted Correll,
adviser. Second row: Jim Harris, Dwane Hodgson, Jerry Giles, Jim Kimble, Ed Boas,
HE Boys' League gavela mixer in December which was a big
success. Following thls was a sprlng track meet between the
classes. A cup was awarded the class with the most points.
' 7 rummage sale and food sale financed the Girls' League semi-
glffb' ffllgllb' formal, Dells' Night. With Mrs. Schimke's help they also had
0, f an exchange dinner with Pullman, a mother-daughter tea and a
ca senlor tea.
First row, left to right: Denny Morris, Patsy Casey, Louretta Alley, Agnes Bergman, Marjorie Thompson, Marlellen Lough.
Second row: Joyce llorm-y. treasurer, Pat Day, Mary Ann Schultz, president, Mrs. Schimke, adviser, Beatrice Preshy, vice
president. Anne Carson. Third row: Rhoda McGraw, Floretta Randall, Helen Laughlin, Sherry Oleson, Neela McCowan, Jane
LZIIIKP. Not pictured: Carmen Mell, secretary.
I-'irst row. ln-ft to right: Mrs. Long, ndvisvr. .lnmiv llughcs. BA-tty Wiswall. presidvnt, Ire-no Nvziring, Agn:-s llvrgmzm, svrrv-
tnry, .llnrjoriv Thompson, llnrharn Slmffvr, Eloise Young, Jane Lange, vivo preside-nt. Svrond row: Joann Fromzin, Donna
llnkill. .lilllvl L1-nk:-, Aurora l'rovvm-al, Marilyn Mm-Allister, Maxine Kinzvr, Marilyn Mosman, Gwendolyn Johnson, Sylvia Ol-
son. Tliird row: Nam-y Pziltn-rson, Jl'1lllllilN' Blziylovk, Beverly Pvterson, Patsy Cast-y, Kxilhvrinv Wvln-r, .Indy t':ism-holt, Max-
ine llilhy, Milly Pzlrlu-s. llvlly Andvrson, llnrhurzi livnliss, Fourth row: .lo Lynn K1-ck, Marilyn Grvm-iw, Annm- Srhnc-ll, liar-
lnurzl llntcli. lla-lon Laughlin, lmrlmrzi Wiswzill, Iylnrgarvt Snow. Carolyn Burke. Dawn K1-ck,
- Q 0
EEPING busy this year with regular turnouts :incl pluymiuys,
- - the members of the UAA had at very active your. Also on thoii'
zigeiidu was 21 hziyricle and 21 mixer.
if p AKING and selling tickets at garnes scvrnccl to be tho main Joh
of the Pep Club. Two initizitions wuru hulml, one in Ilucunilwi'
for seniors and 21 Februziry initiation for juniors.
First row. ln-ft to right: Eloism- Young. BM' llolinghroke-. J2'lllt'lH' Taylor, Rhoda Mciirnn, Ili-alrirv l'r1-shy. Mary .Xnn Sc-hullz,
Putty l'auIla-rson. .Xrlvno Raldslifl. llzxrhnrn Allvmrm. S1-cond row: Sherry 011-son, Marilyn Nurs:-th, Kay Koslvr, Nsnwy lin-
clmnnn, pri-sidn-Ill, Conniv Klnziron, vivo prvsidvnt, JoAnn Svlilimfwllm-i', svvrl-tary. Third row: .lzrrkiv Nlilszip, .loyro llorm-y,
lK1ll'lHlI'Ll Gaines, Mary Ann lfowlvr, Annu- Srhnvll. Anne Carson. Carol Lylv. .Ioan Matz. Lorvltn linslin, Gail Torpe-y. Shirlvy
Mortvnsvn. Rohn-rtai llzisr-:lm-r, Mrs. Long, zlclyisvr.
'V ll HM'
N, a . .S . 5 A as Hifi
The members of the "M" Club at the fall initiation are having a little good-natured fun. Anything for a laugh,
HE "M" Club took an active part in many extra curricular ac-
! tivities during the year. Two initiations were held, one after
football and again after track.
In January the annual "M" Club Ball was held. A queen and
M princesses were crowned and the inspirational player award was
This spring the "M" Club went on its annual picnic.
First row, left to right: Jack Trimble, Arlen Keck, president, Gerry Stubbs, Mike McQuade, Jerry Giles, Wade Patterson,
Gary Pedersen, Roger Tyson. Second row: Ron Dunn, secretary, John Raeder, Dave Hewitt, Charles Canfield, Dwane Hodg-
son, vice president, Bruce Brenn, Bill Woodbury. Third row: Bill Schmidt, Bob Yenor, Dick Seely, Jack Starr, Ron Tisdall,
Jerry Tertellng, Rich Gillespie, Wayne Reid, Jerry Verner, John Baker. Fourth row: Jerry Wheaton, Fred Sch0DP, Bill
Handel, Dave Waterman, Jim Harris, Ron Scrivner, Bob Thomas, Sherman Snow.
Flrst row, left to right: Eloise Young, Mary Ann Fowler, secretary, Connie Klaaren, vice presldent, Judy llodglns, Marllyn
Norseth, Barbara Gaines, Leslynn Rogers, Dennis Gray, Tom Wllde, Mrs. Burlord, advlser. Second row: Dee Humphrey,
Joan Matz, Jean Anderson, Carmen Mell, Pat Day, Oliver Hanson, Jerry Wheaton, Sherry Oleson, Robert Larsen, Bill Bur-
leigh. Not pictured, Ralph Alley, president.
NITIATIONS were the highlights of the activities of the Thes-
pian Club this year. Under the direction of Jeanette Burford
the club had a good time by sponsoring a dance, selling tickets to
plays, and making up most of the play and production staffs.
Pictured below are this year's new initiates. bringing the roll call up to over twenty.
F.F.A. initiates seem to be keeping their sunny sides up at one of their more solemn, serious-minded meetings.
ITH approximately thirty members in the Future Farmers, un-
der the advisership of Clint Wiswall, the boys have been very
active this year. They held an initiation in October in which they
took in seven new members. With the FHA they also co-sponsored
, the annual Harvest Ball. This year the FFA celebrated its silver
First row, left, to right: .lack Realms, Dale Iverson, treasurer, Sherman Snow, Gerry Stubbs, secretary. Wayne Reid, vice
president, Mickey McCarty, president. Second row: Ben Miller, Ron Schwartz, Boyd Hager. Jerry Johnson, Ralph Proven-
rnl, Don Miller. Third row: .lim Kimble, Richard Koster, Jim McCarty, Dave Waterman. Jerry Knapp. Don Bellomy. Paul
Million. Fourth row: Howard Anderson. Jerry Jensen. Ray Sawyer, LaVerne Mulalley, Orrin Lyon, Clint Wiswall, adviser.
pngz' fnrly .six
First row. left to right: Mary Ann Schultz, secretary, Bobbie llassler, Judy Hodgins, Gail Torm-y. Dorothy Drayton, llwane
Hodgson. Second row: Ronnie Dunn, Charles Canfield. Ron Tisdall, Bill Burleigh, vice president, Oliver Hanson, Gregg
Wilson. Not piftured, Carol Lyle, president.
AKING honors as the smallest club in MHS at the start of school,
the Quill and Scroll has grown to nearly twenty members this
HE Radio Club entertained the students while learning radio
1 techniques. They also took care of the radio equipment and
played records for most of the mixers.
First row, left to right' Pcrry Cramhlit, president Larr To
. , , y wner, Joan Ramstedt, serrrtary. Pat Lawton. Lois Lundqulst,
Pansy lnsoy. second row: Curt Randleman. Glenna Weinman, John Fields, vice president, Allen Parkins. .leant-tte Bnrford,
a v ser.
prim' forly-.wfrr n
f' ,M ,
Gale Torpey Bill Burleigh
Photo Editor Make-Up Editor
1 RS. Boas' house saw lots
of wear and tear this year
l Q as the annual staff made up
Q :Nm K 5 its mind, changed its mind,
. X W i 1 made up its mlnd, changed
i lg Q Q j its mind, made up its mind,
1 v" " f N T changed its mind ....
i A We haven't made up our
V mind what to Write here.
f me I
E 5 t as
e- jr. NXXX G F Charles Carifield Dwane Hodgson
Sports Editor Sports Editor
Our Annual Carol Lyle
First row, left to right: Leslynn Rogers, .lean Anderson, Roberta Hassler, Judy Hudgins, Jane Lange, Pat Morgan, Bruce Brenn,
Bill Burleigh, Charles Canlield, Oliver llanson. Second row: Gregg Wilson, Dot Drayton, Carol Lyle, llwane Hodgson, Jo-
Ann Scliumavher. Gail Torpey, Ron Tisdall, Wade Patterson, Jim Holmes. Robert Larsen, Ron Dunn.
Wacsv sdiirfr rrfmfss
" APER goes to press Friday, better get the journalism teacher. The Wocsomonian
busy" are words that the journalism class came out every two weeks with a different
heard eighteen times this year from Ruth Boas, editor every time.
Oliver Hanson, Circulation Manager
Gregg Wilson Ron Tisdall, Ad Manager Roberta Hassler
Photographer Ronnie Dunn, Business Manager Senior Editor
at .4 As. "
3 xi ,Q - HY 2,5-stil ,
,Q 51 ll in ml
,J X f- A. .f
A to .1 I ii nl ,V
1 swf, if fx.. 1. 4, , x
o an- !i gtnfsfl an an 1 if
W' A is x f 1: ZZ' -- if ig,
. . 'vw ,f
v ' 'iz 1
XX i - lf, V
.2 , "M,
bear tracks business staff R ff
First row, left to right: Lola Holmes, Patsy Fritzley, Joyce Wernecke, Kay Laughlin, l-'at Borgan, Vivian Vaagen, Ann Foley,
Dorothy Bauer, Bob Thomas, John Agenbroad. Second row: Dolores Spuler. Janet Lenke, Marilyn Greene, Joan Ramstedt,
Louretta Alley, Nela McCowan, Dolly Ann Cole, Kathryn Torpey, Jim McCarty, Dave Waterman, Mickey McCarty. Third
row: Floretta Randall, Kathy New, Roberta Hawk, Vivian Ray, Renee Wallen, Myrlene Nelson. Jack DeWitt, Ron Scrivner,
Kermit Rudolph, Jerry Meyerhoeffer. Fourth row: Carole Jacobs, Gerri Williams, Barbara Wohletz, Nancy Patterson, Bar-
bara Wiswall, Donna Mae Morton, Gayle King, Betty Hoffman, Dorothy Myhre. Francine Blaylock.
chorus wmplcfcs ucccssful year
Christmas concert got the ninety member the Prairie Music festival which was held in
chorus off to a good start. Under the di- Moscow. Receiving high ratings at the Lewis-
rection of Gerald Goecke, they followed this up 5011 ML1SiC festival, the CYIOFUS b1'0Ught its Year
with an operetta in April. Also in April was to a successful end.
Left hand side, left to right: Jane Lange, Louretta Alley, Joan Ramstedt, Dorothy Bauer, Vivian Ray, Mary Ann Johnson,
Dawn Keck, Carole Haddock. Top, left to right: Arlene Radsliff, Barbara Gaines, Anne Schnell. Mary Ann Fowler, Kay Kos-
ter, Jn Ann Schumacher, Shirley Mortensen, Connie Klaaren, Bobbie Hassler, Floretta Randall, Jamie Hughes. Not pictured,
Carol Lyle. Right hand side, left to right: Carolyn Gray, Barbara Pope, Leslie Leavitt. Jean Crimmins, Pat Garrison, Darlene
Orr, Jolene Williams, Ann Foley, Marilyn Greene.
Q- ,',, ,.,,
E' I if
- an it
"" M V,
I ,., ,Q,: X V Ima
The case from the Senior class play, "Cheaper By the Dozen." First row, left to right: Tom Wilde, Priscilla Cotterell, Ron
Dunn. Ralph Provencal, Second row: Wayne Reid, Barb Gaines, Jerry Wheaton, Carmen Mell, Third row: Randy Myhre.
Marilyn Norscth, Joan Matz. Mary Ann Fowler, Oliver Hanson, Jim Harris, Connie Klaaren, Bob Larsen.
senior play ,vrszfss gran! success
HE senior class put on one of the most suc- the Dozen." A packed crowd, both matinee and
night, enjoyed many laughs.
' Jerry Wheaton took the leading part of fa-
November 7, when it presented "Cheaper By ther with Carmen Mell as mother.
cessful plays ever staged in this high school
Scene from "Cheaper By the Dozen" shows father calling his twelve children to a conference.
Janet Pelfrey. Maureen Walker. Pat Morgan, Joan Matz, Jolene Williams, Patsy Casey. Standing: Jerry Verner, Connie
Klaaren, Wayne Reid, Marilyn McAllister, Dick Day, Marilyn Greene, John Burgess, Patsy Garrison, Dan Pope. This pic-
ture was taken as the cast started practicing for "Men Are Like Streetcarsf'
all-schovl play staged in april
HE play, "Men Are Like Streetcarsf' was
presented on April 24 with a cast chosen
from the whole student body. The plot center-
ed around a business deal a father made which
Some of the members of the speech class are shown register-
ing for the District Declamation Contest. To the left is the
group which won excellent or superior in the Declamation
Contest in Wallace.
was completely bawled-up by his daughter, The
main part of the daughter was well portrayed
by Jolene 'Williams
First row, left to right: Larry Towner, Janet Pelfrey. Beatrice
Preshy. Second row, Anne Srhnell, Priscilla Cotterell, Eloise
Young, Sherry Olson. Third row: Delbert Averill, Bob Coon-
ey. Jerry Wheaton.
. . K ff"
An Esquire Girl is pictured here
To represent our high school year.
Gals and dates and slumber parties,
Chocolate cokes and unsigned tardies.
Pictures make remembering easy,
Turn the pages, if you pleasy.
mfr ww high elzzfzfl
calendar aff iz I Zfifies
Juniors put on the first mixer of the year.
Gad, what a turnout. At the right is the
bonfire the night before the Lewiston game.
It didn't burn early this year. September
26-Played Lewiston and tied 13-13.
At the right is the crowd at the first game
of the year with Potlatch. In the foreground
are cheerleaders Gail Torpey and Anne Car-
son. Sepfcnzlwr 18-Girls League held its
rummage sale to raise a little money for
Deb's Night. September 23-FHA elected
Septeemlaer 8-School starts today and no
one seems to want to take what he signed
up for. At left are a few "changes," Bunch of
new teachers around here, looking as lost as
the frosh! Lost one swell bus driver. Mr.
Eshom. He went to bask in the California
What are those? Oh yes, this was the day
the frosh were initiated. September 26-This
was a big day-seniors gave a mixer, too.
Carrying on the tradition, the seniors took
the frosh out. This was the month that
KMHS went on the air. Pictured at right
are several FFA boys at the initiation.
Someone seems to be left in the dark.
October 10-National assembly featuring
Jack and Richard at the piano. Pictured at
right, couples dancing at the annual Deb's
Night, October 18. The theme was "Desti-
nation Moon," remember?
October 3-Thespian mixer was held af-
ter the St. Maries game. Incidentally, We
beat 'em. October 10-Played Central Val-
ley and tied 12-12. Quite a game! At the
left, "Tennessee" Bob Howard is giving
with one of his songs at a street dance.
October 2.4-Team left to go to Twin Falls.
They were slightly beat when they got home!
Pictured at left are the members of the MHS
dance band, playing for the Halloween dance.
Work started on the Pep Club drill team.
November 1-GAA sponsored a hayride.
The hot chili really hit the spot afterwards!
At the right is the cast of the senior play,
"Cheaper by the Dozen," given November 7.
Nmfenzber 3 - FHA sponsored its annual
"Hobo Day" to start FHA week with a bang.
Took in S40.00.
4 ....,4k.,.,,i-355' - -Q ,
'T 'N L 'Lf M. -..
At the right the "M" Club is enjoying a
banquet, served especially for the new in-
itiates. Mighty appetizing! November 13-
The annual football banquet for fathers and
players was held tonight. The entertainment
really brought down the house. Bonfires
burned early this year in Pullman. A few
of our upstanding students must have want-
ed a wienie roast.
Jim Harris completed two years of track
without a defeat this month. Set some rec-
ords, too. November 11-Eighteen seniors
played their last football game for MHS
over at Pullman today. We won, too. At left
is a picture of the crowd at the halftime.
Novenlber IJ-Five of our band members
went to Lapwai to take part in the All Dis-
November 11,-Cries of "swing your part-
ner" were heard and a few of the people
pictured at the left were right in the middle
of it. November 21-22-The district one act
play was given. Got an excellent rating on it.
Drfccniber 4--Pictured at right are some
of the better looking females in the high
school. They are being initiated into the
Pep Club. Floretta Randall was chosen DAR
representative by the senior girls. She will
represent the class by writing an essay.
Played our first game with West Valley the
5th. We lost. For outstanding blocking dur-
ing the football games, Rich Gillespie was
voted best blocker by the team.
A new club was formed recently to be
called the Junior Classical League. It's for
all students who are taking or have taken
Latin. Couples tripped the light fantastic at
the Elks Christmas dance December 30. At
right is some of the crowd.
At left, members of the FHA at the win-
ter initiation. Boys must belong to the or-
ganization, too. The all star football team
may have the support of Moscow. Five boys
were nominated, Arlen Keck, Bruce Brenn,
Dwane Hodgson, Chuck Canfield and Har-
vey Neese. Dcccnzlwi' 17-MHS's troop of
Thespians held an initiation on stage for
six new members. The people earned their
points in "Cheaper by the Dozen."
Pictured at left are several members of
the senior class relaxing while they wait to
be entertained at the Silver Tea. Every little
bit counts. Frosh saved the school five dol-
lars by chopping their own Christmas tree
instead of buying one. Student council gave
its annual mixer the day school got out. So
many people you could hardly fight your Way
1 f., sixty
Everyone looks a little pale and washed
out about now-pretty rough recovering
from a two week vacation! January 9 -
The Girls League Cabinet entertained twen-
ty-two girls from Pullman's cabinet tonight
at a dance. Boy, what a feed. Dance, dance,
dance . . . at right are some of the kids at the
Bear Spot doing just that. Looks like fun,
With a new year comes a renewed determ-
ination to be first in the lunch line. At the
right is proof of that determination. People
sure can get hungry between 8.59 and 12:00.
Moscow dropped Lewiston again in a snappy
ball game, 38 to 37. All the little fifth grad-
ers were moved out this month. The new
grade school is done.
Jmzmrry 9-"Don't Let the Stars Get in
Your Eyes" was the theme of the sophomore
mixer held tonight after the Pullman game.
We beat them, by the way. Pictured at left
are the students enjoying a national assem-
bly given by Snow Allen, an ex-convict. It's
the straight and narrow after this. This was
the month that the Arlen Keck fan club was
formed. Beats Van Johnson's all to pieces.
Jfznzmry 24-The Inspirational Player tro-
phy was awarded to Dwane Hodgson. First
time in three years that it has gone to a sen-
ior. FHA held a potluck dinner with a busi-
ness meeting afterwards. Over forty were
there to dig in. At the left are the royalty
of the annual "M" Club Ball, Jane Lange,
queen, and Louretta Alley and Carol Lyle,
Maurice Ritchey, band leader for several
years, resigned this month. Going to go back
to book larnin' for awhile. Everyone seems
to be leaving this month . . . one of the jani-
tors and Mr. Robinson's secretary, Mrs. Lo-
gan, resigned, too. February 14-The sen-
iors in the best tradition of the class spon-
sored a Masquerade Ball for junior and sen-
or dates only. Only for the fun of it, not the
money. Ha, ha. Pictured are some of the
"Boney Bones" furnished the theme for
the frosh mixer after the Grangeville game.
Good old Oscar down in the Biology room
finally came into his own. A bunch of pinch-
ed faces and swollen arms were seen wan-
dering around the halls after that scourge of
smallpox shots this month. Pictured at the
right is the American History choral read-
ing group that went to Wallace to the Re-
gional Declamation contest.
At the left is pictured the rooting section
at one of the many basketball games. Feb-
ruary 8-"Never Smile at a Crocodile" was
the theme of the junior mixer given after
the Sandpoint game. Quite a crowd out.
Felwuary 13-Bear Tracks staff held a mix-
er to raise money to go to Seattle. No mon-
ey, no Seattle!
Semester tests over this month. No more
books to crack for the lazy seniors. Pictured
at the left are several hard working partici-
pants of the District Declamation contest.
Got a superior, of course. FeIn'21a1'y 21 -
Twenty new girls were initiated into the
Pep Club. Glad they don't look like that all
.N .. . .... . , 1 .
Q .. .. ., ..,., ,, .,. .....
5 gt 4 1' .-
March 14-The District Declamation con-
test was held at the university today. Really
were a slug of kids entered. March 14--The
FHA St. Patrick's Day Brawl was held to-
night. That's Ron Dunn grinnin' over there.
He was crowned St. Patrick at intermission.
March 15-The team took off bright and
early this morning for the state BB tourna-
ment in Pocatello. Everyone was kinda
The dancing couples pictured at the right
are "Down in Davey Jones' Locker" at the
Junior Prom. It was given March 28. Pam
Long, girls' P.E. instructor, resigned this
month, to settle down and raise big Long
March 4-Played Lewiston at the tourna-
ments tonight. We beat them by a couple
of points. Pictured at left are some of the
kids at Old Clothes Day. Those clothes were
really ancient. Quill and Scroll initiated
eight new members to add to the three offi-
cers the other day.
Xit' , - it -" x ' Tn
. 354' if-.I 73 'W '
T.. . --A V' 1' '- Qs 3 V
..... - ..... . .1 - af,
Puff' P llkl egg ' i r
i - ' '. , YA f m Q ,- l
.Iw i A a K' -,J .,,',,,,
yi p , fig ,. y .3 A y
Q -' Q ,. iv, -wfk ,. H .. -.,
s. 'sf s p a .- f f-- , ui
Work on the all-school play, "Men are Like
Streetcarsf' is in full swing. At the left is
pictured the tumbling team members going
through one of their routines. And they act
so casual! March 26--The FHA and FFA
delegates took off for Boise and Twin Falls,
respectively, for the state conventions. Joyce
Horney was voted queen of MHS for Mos-
cow's May Day celebration and parade.
1 1. 'ixlgf-Ill
The "M" Club was repre-
sented by three lovely
helles, better known as
Boh Yenor, Jerry Verner,
and Mick McCarty.
No comment about the
bottom picture, just a
bunch of idiots.
Even the faculty gave us
laughs as they judged the
costumes in the auditor-
ium Old Clothes Day, left.
aid clrfflfes day
HE purpose of Old Clothes Day is
to give the team a sendoff to the
Lewiston tournaments, and of course,
this year we took first. Besides giv-
ing everybody lots of laughs with the
original costumes, Old Clothes Day
finally came through with a win.
Some of the finalists for
the girls on 0ld Clothes
Day are pictured in the Y
Coach Hammond presents
his own home baked cake
to Mr. Jonas.
is zz success
N the morning everybody wore
crazy costumes and participated
in dozens of skits in the auditorium.
Prizes were taken by Kay Randle-
man. Mickey McCarty and Bob Jo-
nas. It all ended with a serpentine
Finalists in the boys' di-
vision make up the hot-
The top left picture shows some of the
characters at the Seniors' Masquerade Ball.
Picture of students in the cafeteria in-
dulging in a bite to eat are shown in the
Dancing in the halls to KMHS music gives
the girls a chance to practice up before
More of the Masked Ball, a hoped-to-be-
lradltion in the high school.
flzcsc pictures ,vrmfe
ONT Boobalee's most enjoyable entertainment
during the year was watching a typical M.H.S.
boy and girl, Wilbur and Lucy, in their daily ac-
tivities around school. Mars will probably be
overrun with Moscow High's customs when Boo-
balee gets back. Here is our high school in a Mar-
tian bylktmp's eyes . . .
l'Eat me!" bellows Wilbur, 'Tm a cupcake."
The dainty feminine echo of Lucy roars back, "Get
off my back and munch me." These and many
more quaint sayings haunted the lives of three
are hundred and eighty odd members of the student
This Whole hectic year has been one fad or say-
ing after another. "M" jackets and dirty cords
CWilbur stood his up in a corner at nightj came
into style in the fall.
This page was paid for by the First Trust Branch of the First Security Bank of Idaho, N. A. Because of its generosity we
were able to include more pictures than would have been possible otherwise. We are grateful for its support.
Everybody sure seems to be
caught off guard at the Junior
Prom. top picture.
Next one down shows the smil-
ing faces of proud owners of
Early morning departure of the
football team. via Greyhound.
No one knows what's at the left
bottom but it's something from
Old Clothes Day.
we 're out af this ufarld
UCY looked like a Christmas tree after a
few applications of hair powder that came
in orange, lemon, lime, cherry and two other
delicious flavors. Even hair styles affected
Wilbur in the form of an undescribable boogie
hair cut . . . long on the sides and short on top. ,
Lucy couldn't be outdone and appeared at "
school with a duck tail.
After the Masquerade Ball Wilbur and his
buddies could be seen with pork-pie hats perch-
ed on their peaked heads.
Whenever Wilbur was left in doubt, his ques-
tion would always be, "What's the skinny on
the deal ?" and the answer came tripping back,
"I refuse to answer on the grounds that I
might incriminate myself."
This page was paid for by the following firms: The Owl Drug Store, Rollefson's Grocery, Washburn Wilson Seed Company
and Short's Funeral Chapel. Because of their generosity we were able to include more pictures than would have been other-
Top picture shows the noon rush in the
Dorothy Bauer is crowned queen of
Harvest Ball in the center picture.
Lower left shows baseball team warm-
Lower right, some people actually
study at noon.
and haw fa show I at
ILBUR hummed, whistled, and sang every
popular song that came out this year. "You
Belong to Me," was one of his favorites until it
was done by Homer and Jethro. It took Lucy a
Week to learn "Don't Let the Stars Get in Your
Eyes" by Perry Como.
When asked about the night before, Wilbur
would undoubtedly say, "I feel gling glongyf'
Things had just been "real crazy" all evening. He
tried like all get out to grow a beard this year un-
til someone gave him a wash cloth and some after
This page was paid for by the dentists of Moscow. Because of their generosity we were able to include more pictures than
would have been possible otherwise. We are grateful for their support.
ln the top picture the basketball
team receives awards at assem-
Custodians of the school, left
to right, Schilling, Fessenden,
Hingston and Hoffman.
In the lower right students are
shown saluting the flag.
In the lower left, lockers bang
and crash at 3:45.
maui Ifwluzlcc' is home
N dates Wilbur always picked the shows that
had a Magoo cartoon or a Tom and Jerry.
News reels sent chills up and down the backs of
the senior boys, because of the Korean War, and
how close they were to it now. Wilbur had 1-A-
itis. Marlon Brando made Lucy "flip a duggle
juggle" in the show "Streetcar Named Desire."
Turquoise sweaters were worn by both sexes
during the cold winter months. Blue denims sub-
stituted for dirty cords to keep the boys' legs
All in all, the general opinion is that the year
1952-53 has been "downright peachy!" Mont Boo-
balee must have thought so too, because as he left
he remarked, "You never had it so good!"
This page was paid for by the doctors ol Moscow. Because of their generosity we were able to include more pictures than
would have been possible otherwise. We are grateful for their support.
First row, left to right: Rich Gillespie, John Raeder, Jim McCarty, Jack Starr. Bob Yenor, Jerry Giles, Chuck Canfield, Mick
McCarty, Arlen Keck, Ron Scrivner. Second row: Coach Hammond, Dick Seely, Jerry Verner, Bruce Brenn, Harvey Neese,
Dave Waterman, Sherm Snow, Ron Tisdall, Roger Tyson, Dave Hewitt. Third row: John Elmen, Jerry Terteling, Bill Han-
del, Chet Hall, Randy Myhre, Wade Patterson, Wayne Reid, Bob Thomas and Ronnie Dunn, managers. Fourth row. Jerry
Wheaton, Mike McQuade, Pierce Morgan, Larry Kline, Dwane Hodgson, Ray Sawyer, Gerry Stubbs.
fzfzffball . . .
im hammaud Well liked 3
at and nf svwnd year R
INISHINC his second year of coaching football, Jim
' Hammond was even better liked by the players
than the year before. Not only did he teach the boys
football but he was also an inspiration in every-day
living. The boys felt that Coach Hammond did a swell
job, He never lost his temper and got stern only when
he was justified in doing so. Whenever a boy had any
troubles, he could always take them to the coach.
Sherm Snow makes valuable yardage in Clarkston game. Other players are Mickey McCarty 183, Gerry Stubbs 1203, and
Wade Patterson 1273.
mzfsww has grind mzsamzl rewrd
LTHOUGH the Moscow Bears didn't quite
live up to previous expectations the team
had a fairly successful season by winning four
and losing three and tying two. The Bears
started their season by winning over Potlatch
in a one-sided game, 29-0. Moscow then took
on Sandpoint and held the Bulldogs scoreless
the first half. Then the breaks went against
the Bears and Sandpoint pulled through the
One of the darker periods of the season was
when the Bears traveled to South Idaho to play
Twin Falls. Moscow just couldn't start rolling
fthe boys have been looking for an excuse3 and
the southern team won 26-6. The Bears wound
up the season with flying colors in their final
game by downing Pullman 20-0. The Bears
couldn't be stopped and played the kind of ball
the townsfolk were waiting to see.
SEASON SCORES FINAL INLAND EMPIRE LEAGUE STANDINGS
Moscow ........... Potlatch 0 Won Lost Tied Pct.
Moscow ,,..... Sandpoint 20 Sandpoint ..,. ,..,... 5 1 0 .833
Moscow ...... Lewiston 13 Clarkston ..,... ,,..... 5 1 0 .833
Moscow ........ St. Maries 7 Lewiston ..,,.. ,,..... 5 l 1 .833
Moscow Ccntral Valley 12 MOSCOW .,.. ,........ . .. 2 2 2 .500
Moscow ..... ,.... W est Valley 0 Central Valley ........ ..,,.,, 3 3 I .500
Moscow ...... Twin Falls 26 West Valley ........., ....... 2 5 0 .286
Moscow ..... Clarkston 19 Coeur d'Alene ,...., ....... 1 4 0 .200
Moscow ....,, Pullman 0 Pullman ,,...,.... .. .. . 0 6 0 .000
Eighteen seniors who played their last high school football game are, first row, left to right: Bruce Brenn, Ron Tisdall, Dwane
Hodgson, Mike McQuade. Second row: Jerry Terteling, Bob Yenor, Randy Myhre, Dave Waterman. Third row: Jerry Ver-
ner, Wayne Reid, Jerry Wheaton, Dave Hewitt. Fourth row: Arlen Keck, Mickey McCarty, Bill Handel. Not pictured are
Chuck Canfield, Rich Gillespie, and Harvey Neese.
elynfeen seniors inspire renin
THE Moscow Bears are losing eighteen foot-
ball lettermen by graduation. The follow-
ing are the seniors who were the backbone for
the 1952 season.
HARVEY NEESE--a transfer from Texas
who inspired the boys with his fancy running.
ARLEN KECK-called signals for the Bears
the last two years. He also was a mainstay as
a linebacker on defense.
RICH UILLESPIE - end on both defense
and offense. He was one of the best pass re-
ceivers and elected best blocker by his team-
MICKEY lVIcCARTY--offensive center who
could be depended on for hipping the ball and
blocking. He also played defensive linebacker.
DWANE HODGSON-one of the best line-
backers in the state, a utility man in the back-
field on offense. Voted inspirational player by
CHUCK CANFIELD-eleft halfback who has
done most of the passing for the Bears for the
last two years. Played safety and halfback on
1 1. tcnty four
BILL HANDEL-defensive and offensive
guard who was often the fifth man in the op-
WAYNE REID-offensive right tackle who
at times opened big holes for the fleet backs.
MIKE MCQUADE-played a lot of ball as
tackle on both offensive and defensive.
DAVE HEWITT--played tackle and even
though it was his first year of football, was a
great asset for the Bears.
RON TISDALL-defensive right end who
was hard to move out when the opponents came
JERRY WHEATON-another senior who
played his first year of football but helped the
team. Weighing 245, Jerry was the biggest
man on the team.
JERRY VERNER-right end who saw a lot
of action at both defense and offense, Jerry
was a fine defensive end.
RANDOLPH MYHRE-defensive and of-
fensive guard who was very rough on defense.
Football Captains Football Managers Best Blocker Inspirational Plays-r
Mickev McCarty, Bruce Brolin Bob Thomas, Ron Dunn, John Baker Rich Gillespie llwane Hodgson
BOB YENOR-offensive guard who was a
good blocker and who always did his job.
BRUCE BRENN-defensive and offensive
left end. Bruce was a very good pass receiver
but was out most of the season this year due
DAVE WATERMAN-defensive guard his
senior year and a quarterback his junior year.
Dave was one of the mainstays on defense.
JERRY TERTELING--defensive left end
who was very rugged when he wanted to be.
Jerry was also a utility man.
sizable gain is made by llwano Hodgson in the Potlatch game. Mickey McCarty f8j and Miko McQnade 1243 are also pictured.
- an xxx
x .. N .E -X
F . W F X
. . ,v
u l "'L al' . X f
m f C., r K1 H
A Rf , X X X ,f E f 1
I X xi 4 E
e W gl X -A K, I ,
, ' Y:
1 L ,
is xx ' , X x
1 J k A X
.-.A 4 ,M X ,
X , if .
K Q. V 'A'
o f N 'W X 2'
' PM n .
- Qi. ,X 3 '41-.W
x A eg? x 5 A .
,Six X, . K x xi
N gf 31
I a -'W as ' .
: wg.. ' Ld
Ron Scrlvner Chet Hall Dick Seely
Junior, Center Junior, Tackle Junior, Center
Jerry Wheaton Bruce Brenn
Senior, Tackle Senior, End
Charles Canfield Q75 gets away for a long run in the Pullman game. Also pictured are Mick McCarty 183 and Arlen Keck 493.
Gerry Stubbs bulls his way through the Clarkston line for a big gain as Mike Mcquade 1241, Arlen Keck 193 and Bruce Brenn
1133 look on.
"B" FOOTBALL SCORES
Clarkston .. ,. ......,. . 12 7
Lewiston .... , ...,., 12 6
Pullman .,,. 6 19
Clarkston .,... ...... 1 3 12
Pullman ,,.. 0 32
Lewiston .,... 0 6
Moscow squad members are, first row, left to right: Don Bellomy, Rich Koster, Wayne Cleveland, Reid Miller, Jlm Wa-
terman, Dudley Mayo, Gary Thompson, Bob Beckvold. Second row: La Vance Rauer, Dale Riedesel, Jim Schopp, Ron Fred-
rickson, Fred Schopp, Denny Rankin, Jerry Falls Third row: Ralph Johnston, Jerry Robbins, Jerry Berg, Fred McMillen, Mike
Estes, Coach Parkinson.
, . X. .T , Q . , twtw... .. 5 -.
. ts ss- N ss- we g
Ssisx ' X KT
ti sv r
tx g s s 2
gy. : by
if 'J x 5 K ,
x si X i gf
L Q l
. W X P sg?
t . S
l O O V '
V fx lk K
ii- gfgr 1, it I
Q 1 is K 11 X
First row, left to right: Coach Parkinson, Jack Trimble, Jim Harris, Charles Canfield Ron Tisdall Bruce Brenn Second row
Art Bedard, Dwane Hodgson, Wade Patterson, Arlen Keck, Rich Gillespie. Not pi tured Harvey Nail
West Valley ......
54 Moscow .
40 Moscow .
45 Moscow .
28 Moscow .
33 Moscow .
47 Moscow .
38 Moscow .
41 Moscow .
37 Moscow .
38 Moscow .
69 Moscow .
56 Moscow .
36 Moscow .
32 Moscow .
43 Moscow .
54 Moscow .
61 Moscow .
41 Moscow .
59 Moscow .
Co-captains of basketball,
Arlen Keck and Rich Gillespie
Coach Seth Parkinson
Gerald Strang and Whitey Dlethelm
6 kcfb ll
in scccuc! ycczr
COACH Seth Parkinson headed the Moscow
Bears to a very successful season as mentor
of the basketball squad. In his second year at
M.H.S. Coach Parkinson succeeded in literally
master-minding the Bear five to the first Dis-
trict two Tournament Championship in seven
The student body is thoroughly grateful and
appreciative for the wonderful job that Coach
Parkinson was able to perform during the 1953
1 :gc eighty-three
mzfsww Winds up season
with gm! rcmrd
NDER the direction of Coach Seth Parkinson the Bears
finished the season with a way-above average seasonal
record, Moscow beat Lewiston, the main basketball rival,
three out of the four times they met, losing the one by the
slim margin of 38-37. Moscow also beat Pullman both of
the games they played. With ten of the eleven players on
the team graduating the squad for next year will be lack-
ing in experience.
The members of this year's team showed a lot of fire and
school spirit and always did their best even when they
couldn't seem to get rolling. They never lost heart and al-
ways fought till the final buzzer.
In the upper left hand corner Rich Gillespie 183 drops in two points against
West Valley. Wade Patterson 1123 comes in for the rebound. Left, Art Bedard
U41 racks up a basket against Sandpoint. Wade Patterson U23 waits for re-
bound. Lower left, the Bears' Carroll Anderson puts up a shot against Gen-
esee. In the lower center picture action was rough when Bruce Brenn t7J at-
tempts a layup against Lewiston. Harvey Nail U13 looks on. Lower right, Ar-
len Keck mades a two pointer against Genesee. Rich Gillespie 183 and Wade
Patterson 1123 are also pictured.
bears Win district titlct
first in seven years
HE Moscow Bears fought to the first tournament cham-
pionship in seven years by dropping the Lewiston Ben-
gals twice and the Orofino Maniacs once. Forging through
a closely called game, the home five succeeded in leaving
the Lewiston team by the wayside in a 51 to 45 defeat.
Starting out slowly and gradually picking up steam, the
Bear quintet rolled over the inspired Orofino club 50 to 43.
In the championship game the Bears were pitted against
the Bengals once again. Ball control characterized the
game, thus keeping the score in the thirties. Lewiston hopes
fell with two last second shots that failed to go in. The
final score found Moscow on top 38 to 37.
This was the first time that a clean sweep in the Dis-
trict Two Tournament had occurred in a number of years.
tllpper rightb Bruce Brenn puts in a jump shot in the district play against
Lewiston. tCenter rightj Art Bednrd dumps in two points the hard way.
tLower leftj Keck puts in ai left handed lay-in for the Bears during the Oro-
fino game. tLower center! .lim llarris scores against Orofino. 4Lower rightj
llrannom takes a rehnund as Gillespie can't quite reach it.
dcspcrafiau sim! staffs
bc1zrs'l10pes at staff
TARTING out strongly the Moscow Bears downed Madi-
son high of Rexburg, one of the favorites of the tourna-
From that time on Lady Luck shunned the home five
completely. ln the last five second of the Rigby game a
Wild jump shot Went through to put Moscow under by one
point, Seeking revenge the Bears led the Nampa Bulldogs
up to the last seconds. This time a shot with three seconds
left to play ended Moscow's tournament hopes by two points.
1Upper centerj Harvey Nail puts in a jump shot in the Rigby game. iUpper
lefty Bruce Brenn has a field day against Rigby as he dumps in another two
points. 1Upper rightj Bruce Brenn lays in a cripple against Rexburg. qLeftJ
Rich Gillespie hits for Moscow, as Harvey Nail waits for rebound. 4Lower
leftj Harvey Nail scores against Rigby. QLower rightj Keck, Brenn, and Pat-
terson play control ball against Rexhurg.
First row, left to right: Roger Tyson, Bill Moore, Ron Fredrlckson, John Raeder, Ron Scrivner, Ron Schwartz, Shcrm Snow,
Art Mell, manager. Second row: Coach Hammond, Larry Kline, Jerry Jensen, Boyd Olseson. Bob Thomas, Gerry Stubbs,
'Z " 0 kttb ll
Ron Scrivner making an easy lay-up against
Troy A squad.
OSCOW'S Cubs proved themselves as capable basketball
players this season. Although the "B" squad was on the
short end of the scoring in many of the games this season
they showed that there will be some talent coming up to re-
place the graduating seniors on the varsity.
Using many freshmen and sophomores on the squad this
year Coach Hammond spent much time building a team for
These four boys were chosen as candidates for the annual all star football game this summer.
Probably one and perhaps more will participate in this game. Pictured left to right are Bruce
Brenn, Arlen Keck, Chuck Canfield, and Dwane Hodgson. Not pitcured, Harvey Neese.
tumbling teams entertain at basketball games
FTER hard work several boys proved to the tainment at the basketball games. Also tum-
school that a tumbling team would be a bling at the district tournament won them
good idea. The team provided half-time enter- great acclaim.
Ralph Provencal sails through the air with the greatest of ease while fleft to right! Roger Tyson, Jay Dee Leavitt, Dan
Pope, and Jimmy Allwardt form a bridge over Gerald Peterson.
page n inrly
Left to right: Bill Woodbury, Gary Pedersen, Bill Schmidt, Jim Harris, captain.
crass cauutry team makes gaod rewrd
ROSS country, a sport which is not too popu-
lar around M.H.S., made one of the best
seasonal records this year. Jim Harris, Mos-
cow's fastest distance runner, set two speed
gn f becomes mm'
NTluhEST in golf is becoming more
intense each year. Although this
year's team is mostly inexperienced it
was built around two of last year's vet-
erans, Bob Thomas and Ron Scrivner.
Future prospects are looking better
each year as interest grows.
records this year and was undefeated. Al-
though Jim graduates this year Moscow still
has hopes in the future running of Bill Wood-
bury, Bill Schmidt, and Gary Pedersen.
Members of the golf team are, from left to right, first row: Ron
Scrivner. Tom Trail. Dwane Hodgson, Boh Thomas. Second row:
Gregg Wilson, Jim Kraus. Rich Koster, Jerry Meyerhocffer.
This page was paid for by the S. K. Smith Company of Los Angeles. This company produced our cover this year.
Members of the track team are, from left to right, first row: Bob Brasch, Reid Miller, Bill Anderson, Bruce Brenn, Sherm
Snow, Wade Patterson, Mike McQuade. Second row: Bill Woodbury, LaVance Rauer, Orin Lyons, Rich Gillespie, Jerry Giles,
.lack Starr. Third row: Coach Parkinson, Arlen Keck, Ronnie Schwartz, Bob Beckvold, Bill Schmidt, .lerry Berg, Dick Seely.
Fourth row: Jerry Strang, Mickey McCarty, Duane Carlson, Jim McCarty, Jim Harris, Larry Kline.
fhiozolods lzooo prosperous sooson
RACK is considered the most popular of the
spring sports and as the usual spring wea-
ther rolls around Moscow tracksters can be
seen sprinting around the school during the .
middle of a rain or snow storm. The team made 'g'30f,'5'WejffS a new 'econ' in the Idaho "W"
a good showing at state last year and have sev-
eral returning lettermen. Hopes are fairly high r
for the team as the annual goes to press. A lot p
will be expected of Jim Harris, Dwane Hodg- l
son, Arlen Keck, and a few others that made a
good showing at state last year. This year in
order to qualify for state only first and sec-
ond winners of the regional meet will be able
This page was partially paid for by the optometrists and auditors of Moscow. Because of their generosity we were able to
include more pictures than would have been possible otherwise. We are grateful for their support.
COLD weather held up track practice, but the team fi-
nally got into action at the North Idaho Invitational
Meet. Wade Patterson, top left, shows good form in the
shot put ring. In the top right picture Arlen Keck is
coming in first for the relay team in the 880 yard relay.
Ron Schwartz, center, easily clears the last low hurdle
to place first. Harvey Nail, lower left, Sprints to place
third in the 100 yard dash. Dwane Hodgson, lower right,
clears the bar in pole vaulting to tie for third place.
This page was paid for by the Daily Idahonian. Because of its generosity we were able to include more pictures than would
have been possible otherwise. We are grateful for its support.
THE Girls' Athletic Association offers com-
petitive sports in which each girl can earn
points for a letter. A six inch letter is the re-
ward of 1,000 points. To earn a trophy, the
highest award in G.A.A., a girl must show out-
standing ability in several sports.
Under the supervision of Mrs. Pam Long,
the G.A.A. has completed another year of ac-
tivities in girls' sports. Moscow is in a league
of five schools competing in speedball, volley-
ball, basketball, badminton and softball.
Moscow won one game and lost three at the
speedball tournament in Lewiston. They were
undefeated in the volleyball tournament in
Clarkston. The basketball team was hindered
by the loss of three main forwards, but lost
only to Clarkston.
Jane Lange and Jamie Hughes are playing bad- Two basketball players are jumping for a loose
mmton m the Playday tournament. ball.
1 L, 1l irwty-four
wig- 'l 7 ' I
P l if
- ' X' ' "
x - I
. ...Li 2 I
1 , hp f
3 1 i W
In-v Bolinghroke- Anne Carson Gail Torpvy
N spark team
MONU the harclvst workers in thc
school are the chcurlvaclurs. Gail
ini' Torpey, Anne Carson and Beverly Hol-
inglrroke, 'A' squad vhccrloaclers, really
did a great joh this year rousing school
spirit at crucial moments.
Thr Junior Varsity choorlcanlcrs,
Mary Ann Johnson, Dorothy Bauur, and
Kathryn Torpcy, clicl their share in stir-
ring up the spirit ot' tht- .I.V.'s rootors.
Ln-ft to right: Dorothy Rani-r, Kathy Torpvy. Mary .hm Johnson.
l'1-p Band nu-mln-rs arc- picture-d in-rv. In the first row, left to right: Cc-vil ll:-ivk. Kzithvrinu- We-ha-r, Liz Passniorv, Phyllis
Muxlvxaiidn-r. Bill Noodhury. ,lim Stramz. Second row: Don Erickson. Don Randall, .lohn link:-r. ,Univ Svhnvll, Mary Ann
lfowlvr, I-'rank llnntn-r.
1:11-'I mm Yu w 1 VH
I.1...1..1-ll.-u,1un1u.1uu1un-.nniuliuninpi 1 1.11.
I .,..' A , . PRESCRIPTIONS
T Serve Yourself
:4, and Save
Xx x :Eff V 'fr' ,
wi 'A" 209 East Th a
N PHONE 2144
Off I V -111
1oc to CANDY
STORE ,. SPORTING
' I GOODS
415 So. Main Phone 2405
I W N
X15 . ' r
HIV . Quality Meat
I , 7 Fresher Green Good
I 4" ine roceries
RED Sz WHITE STORE
gf' ' 'iigifegii GIFTS FOR
I N GRADUATE
.1..1.-gq1,i ..- nlnn1nu1n,iu:....nu1nu1uui...- .. 1qn1nn1
nip... .- 1ulnuin-1....l1n1.u1.qn-.nn1mu1u-u:1-nl-- 1 1
5 ew w
11111 1 - I-.ululupin-.np-1:1u,1u.in.-.nn-n-1.n1npippi
,lui 1 1,-.un1nn1uu1.n-nlnnlnnlnuiuniln-.. ..nn1nu
lf FEEL SHARP
Smart Clothes at A
', I I I
nn1n.1l.1ll1 -. 1 1 1 1.11
------i,.Y ..7..f - Y . 7 -.- A . 7.1 1 -ll-----ull
ii ' :if
' H Complete Line of
.2 K :
I - 15+
..1u7:-L .. -fnxn ..1u1n H .l1n1 ui u?.u1nY ::1n+ 1'ni:ui:n:: 1: -: 1 7: 7. iz: .: iz: .. , 7 , .:7,.p1p
Portraits of Personality
Grand to Keep or Give as a Gift
.-...,..- - - .. -..........-..........,.....-..-........
fem . I
SHOE STORE A
.-p-11-1 :inzniuz 1 n1ll1l:il:f::1u: 4 u-nn:::i-.aiu-n ,L
, I Moscow's ff
Modern Way Market
219 S. Main Phone 2183
Hutchisolfs Studio FROSTIES It
mwmese THE ICE CREAM BAR
I 327 West 3rd Moscow, Ida. H
188.8.131.52-q1p11.1..1..1 1 1 1 1 1..1u
1..1,.1......1..1..1u1lm1,q...g,-...1.,1 1 1 1.
1. 1.1y.1..1 1 1 1 1 1,,1.,,
1..1u111,1.1,n11.n1n1 1 1 1 1 11m1nn
1.1.91-1-1..1..1..1.q1g.1..1.q1,.,1 1 -.n1un
-5. -..-..-..-.-...n-..-..-...-..-..-...-..- -..--...-...l.
THE GEM SHOP
108 East 3rd Phone 3426
0 POPULAR AND CLASSICAL
0 SHEET MUSIC
Q, Q for All Cars
223 West 3rd Ph 2314
The Most In
,1..1..1 1 1 1n1..1..1q.1q1.1.1..1..1..1..1 1 .lg
1" P'f' ENLARGING
KYLE'S PHOTO SUPPLY
u1nu 1111111 -1--1.11.--4-1.-1--1-11 1--10?
'1 Q' - 1.
for any I'
,1 Q " k 5
' ff A
FLOWER SHOP I Q
"-"" ---- "-"-"-"-"-"-"-"-"-"-"- -'--'QP
COMPLETE LINE OF
GIFTS AND DRUGS
CARTER'S DRUG STORE L
..- .... -...-..........-M-...-...-..-..-...-..-..-...-..-..------A-I4,
TRUCK - PASSENGER
Abbott's Auto Service
' , , -15.
RECAPPING A Q
REPAIRING ' QIHI:
N I 'z ' I
Phone zso-1 115 East 2nd
SUGAR 'N SPICE
-g -M - ff x xx BEST PASTRIES
f'f.,f-gf ' IN TOWN
fll gifi X?
is -6 'i ' ,
:..-..:::: f: K Z:-:f 3 2:3 -.-.Q
The Home of
Good Clothes for
Men and Women
1:11.-1nuig ginu1n-1 .. 1 1.11.4-1.1-
.1.-1.-. 1 1 1 1 1-N1-E1-u1..1g.iqiqi..1.,-...1..1
Br0wn's F umiture
r 1::7:: :iz iz:-in ' :u7:n7:: Y fr: rr :: A- --1
MARKET AND GROCERY
2353 GROCERY MARKET 2434
TO COMPLETE THE
I HOME . . .
p g nc hundred-0
-5- -......- aiu 4.
CLEA 'WING PRESSING
rum 2141 0, szs s. M
521 S Mam Phone 2245
GALLUP YARDS, Inc.
-ing.-,, 1-7 1,7
T The Home of Famous Brands
?n1nuu1nuui 1.-nn--n-1n1nn-un-In1n1nn1n 1 1 1 111:-n
L J lx FOR THE
' 13 wmv In IN
H A FOOD
10:--uu1-m1 1-1--1--1:n1nn-un1uu1-111-11111 1 1 1-q-.1
WMV A?f4!fUf0l got
1: 'HUT F See-
QZ KENNEDY sf KEANE
V REAL ESTATE
.i............-..-..-........-..............-..- - -..-.
GOOD LUCK, GRADS!
Schneidmiller 81 Faires
611 S. Main St. Moscow, Idaho
CASE - CALKINS - GOBLE
gg-n1n:fn:7:u1u:il.-:: 71:7 ni : 1
- --' 7- -u-.unl::::l1gl-.n7..n1lulx-u::n1nn
OPEN 1 .
24 A V tq:A , V Darl
I JY I
Ward Paint Sz Hardware
404 South Main
page one humlnul-three
glnf: 1 -: iz .- :fl .in :ilu 31.14311 1 fr- -.. 1
, 3 SOFT DRINKS
G5-', S' and
E ICE CREAM
the Senior Class
THE VETERANS H
J 81 N JEWELERS
Best In , H ,. -Y 1 if
155559 V N fl . li
FINE JEWELRY ll
AND SILVER :i5i?Ef,1TllluNN1Nm Dsl, A in
.-..-..-..-..- .-..-..-..........-..-..-..- ....-..-..-..i.
Moscow Concrete Inc.
Ready Mixed Concrete E
Pumice and Concrete l
Allied Products I
237 West 8th Phone 2202 gi
.-.-.-.:E.-- 2 :i:E: -E .164
-in1.1.11nl:-1:-1.nl...-.nip-11.11-m1-'in 7 .I 7 ,...-an Y Y ..
.nin Y.: 7 ... 7. .n W, , .rin -Y .- 7 .n1gl1au1gp1gp1q1n1gg-gn-.uiluiu
.1lp-gp.-n1nin-..n1l.1l.1-11.1111.11.1111-.1..1.,1..1l.1l.1..1 .1 1uuiuu1uu1uu1n.1l.--1.11-un1nn1..1,-1.111.114
'I' U D I Y I
Idaho First National Bank
+-------------------- whb- -4-
:..:: af:-:f::f:.,:.,:. 1. 1: :4:.,:.::.3:.l:.-.4
gn' I 1 U
1 f .an I
If You Can Break It, LL
Bill Knight can Fix nz 1
-- ---ff-- f--rf--W --f- - f--f --f f 'Q'
0. K. RUBBER WLDEBS 1
NEW AND USED
. - . I
The In I Tire
worhrs 7.5, xx RecaDDinE H
Finest 1'-u, ' H
, an At Its Best
Aj f ' STATION
Ellwood Widman W. M. Jones, Jr.
' , - . "L1l:"i-- --fi
fy? R4 5
vi-7 U" W uv mg.
B' " wgw, .At-
" N Xx-.N: .L ' N Q4 L
-I W iN1p 54 '
. w 'ns .
TRACTORS AND IMPLEMENTS
Phone 2216 218 N. Main
p g hundred-five
liuluilI1lwml1mn1uml1ll1lu1lu::u7: 7: in H3101 :n7::7:: :a --7 9.31513 3.7: g 73 gig?
I S "ff M . fa, , , I
1 e j f '
or IW5Wf9.W fiizgfwfuuialzwzs W5 T
I 5 H
4..-..-..............................................-...........-..-. ...... ..-..-......................-..-.....-...,5,
lin aiu: ni:ni::i::i:ui::7::7:: :urn :: si: ::i:l1n 1.1-un------ni-qi: inqi:-u4::,:xf:n1-an :: :n --::-:n-nu1un-ng.
J! Specialized Motor Tune'up a I'
" Ignitions Carburetor 1'
H x " II
H Automotive Wiring Service QQSXNN V 4 N Q
H Batteries Heaters Wipers C :Q
Kenby Auto Electrlc 1 STOP IN AT THE
Jefferson 84 Troy Road Phone 25-751 i CO,
I T i
+n1-'1qn1u1qp1ll1nl1nn 111------ n-11111: .fg.1nn1nu- 1luill1uu1ll--ll-lr-ll--ll-In-ll1rl1:l1-1-nuiqi,
-!-.-..-..- -..-..-..-..-..-...-..-..-........ .. -...-..-. ,-I,-I,-,,-H-,,-,,-,I-,,,-,,-,,,,,,-,,-,,-,- -I,-H-I
I At PENNEY'S 5
1 Moscow. IDAHO i
E' BRAND NAMES T0 BE REMEMBERED 5 I
i . . . Cynthia' for slips T Q
I . . . Adonna' for Undies i A
Q . . . Towncladr for Suits
I . . . Towncraft' for Shirts, Sportswear, T
i Shoes, etc. X
i 7 L
.g........-.... ....... -..-... -------.. ,.-..,-.- -
,-,,-,, ------,------- ,,-,,-,, 4
i 5 N Q
1 cuss ones: g 9 i
: ' . -..-.-.-,-.-4 ' ' I 'J' I E
5 as ,..., ..,.. S
i 1 T
3 CORNER CLUB 1 4
I WHERE WORKING MEN MEET l
I 4 1
+-------- -------------------------------------------'-- -1----------------------------------------- --------+
page on I I l
1'q1..i...-..1..1..1q.-...1 1 .. 1...1..1..1..1..i..
-- f-r--- - - - -nxosxss '- " -- "as-nf 7-1:-1.
Z uf ,
v + f ,tl '
arg W A .KIU4
E AIKLY I
, I I
WEST 8th STREET
1.11.I-..1.,i..-.,p1n1n.1nn1n.-1,1nn-.u-11 1 inqilqlu
4? 5 E: FOR THE
I..:.. 'W -
I N FINEST IN
bl ' I CRAFTSMANSHIP
Talbott Cabinet Shop
...,...,1 1 1 .-.l-....1..1.l1.... 1 ... 1 .- 1,.,,..,,,1.
1.p..-.1 1-n1nn1un1.n1uui --.1 1 1 1 1 1au1uu1
Class of '53
.1,....... 1II1..1..1..1..1.,....-...QM1 1 .1 1...1,,,.-..
.7311-.:: 1: 7: 7::7:: T. : : 1 gg
SEZICE X SEMLER'S
OUR . X - TEXACO
BUSINESS Z STATION
X 505 West 3rd
GOODRICH TIRES AND TUBES
Kirby Vacuum Cleaner
SALES AND SERVICE
Service to All Makes of
Phone 2-9251 722 S. Main
.1..1..1u1.g1..1g..1 1 1 1...-..i..1..1......q..-..1..
1 I I fl-A
I VAL'S SEED SERVICE
Poultry, Feeds and Supplies
Seeds and Garden Supplies
If Baby Chicks
'I Out South Main Street Ph 25-141
5lillll llTllillilllllillilhlli T lllll
I Ku Complete Line of
I If ' SUPPLIES
I Moscow Commission Co.
II FOR REFILL . . .CALL
I FRED HANDEL
H MOBILHEAT MOBILGAS
I' Phone 2279 1102 S. Main Moscow, Idaho
page one hundred-eight
.1..1..-UI1p1.g1.,1.g1..1..1..11.11.1l.ini..1..1..i..1..1..1..1..1.Ii 1 1 - 1n1..1.
1,1111 Llu1nu1n:7u:-- nipzfuir: :: n1::in:- nina-.1-:
.i..1g1q-u1q.1q1-l1..1p..1 -. iuulnliuulnui iuiu
113731: : 1 3: 31:1 u1q:ip:i.n1-111.1--1 1-.11 nini.c7l,7pp1.,,,l.inp1l, ... .. W nfs. -.7 .7 1
eely 81 on
SHOP I y
SHOE REPAIR 'gy
ACLE P. ANDERSON
4 Paint Specialist
ly I' fl' I ' AWlllllgS
I I ag Everything in
g1..i.,i.n....i:.1 -nuimufzqzq: :ix ,E::7::ia:-asain:
' , Travel Info
I? I and
N EELY TAXI
For Quick Taxi Service
ala -,.,-,,-...,,..,..,,,.,,.,..,,......-..-..-......,..-..-..-..5. Q- .-..-..-..-..-..-..-...-.....-..-..-.....-.........-..-..g.
i l V
j 9 I - PACKARD - gg
N BE SMART! ff OA I Q V
USE OUR I SALES ----- SERVICE
A CONVENIENT X, A i SEIBERLING TIRES
' X CUNNINGHAM MOTORS
115 West 6th Phone 2280
in.1.'1..1..1..1,.1qi..1..1g.1..1..1..1.. i1i11 .5 T111 1 - 111-111--1uIv1uu1un1nn1nn1uu1uu1an1a1on1an1uu1u5.
I MMM I 5 DRIVE Oz" INN if
1 1' ' IF YOU'RE 1 I
o LOOKING FOR 5 .A Drive In After I
PROPERTY OF ANY KIND - SEE fi the Show
,, I . A
1: MOSCOW REALTY H l
1 203 East 3rd Ph0ne 3-1461 g H
I,-:.....D,D E,.S.L.S..- - -..-..-.I lm.-. ...Z HEI
E,.1..1..1n::-1:11:11 ::i:.i:.i:-1.n7:n1l-i:- :un-uf oil-11.1--1111...-nuf:u1nni:ni:r ,::7: :n : :: :7::i:u1uT
jj THE HOBBY gf Ralph Walters Paint Shop I
A CYCLE SHOP 1 ' Q Pu-5
2 i Pfmf , A
To You of the Class of '53 Z ,ax F
CONGRATULATIONS! 5 37 H
In South Main I ! PAINT AND PAPER SPECIALISTS fl
i 5 213W N. Main Ph0ne 2337 fl'
a!s.,.1..1..1,.i,..-..1.,.i.1..1..1..1 - .. 1 1..1..1..1..1..in-.1-1.1.-1--I1----u--n-un1an1an n1au1n?
GIV X 3
E., ......22i,,a,-.-Af.. QW Z Charles Drayton I
F Q E , - Distributor - I
nj,-, -1- lx'-:"' . EA if"
H - l Phone 2416 I
1 ne hundred-nine
l1u.1p1n.1n1n1n1 1 1 1 1 1 1,.1..
Class of '53
W. C. "Bill" Jones
JONES FARM CHEMICAL
...........-..-...-.- - - - .. .. -........
.........-..-..- - - - - - - - -.-..-.q.
Store and Spot Shop
Quality Made and
Designed for Long
Tops in Looks.
MEN'S SHOES . . .
Telephone 2224 3rd and Washington
4. .. -4-
1 1. h
uiuuiuu v:11 nu-nu1ll1qn1u1q.1-gp-ql1gl1g.1..1..1,g?
This could ' X
happen to you! I -QQ?
BE SURE . . .
Welsel Insurance Agency 1
I-------1 ------- --------------- - -----4.
n---1--1 1.-1'-1 1 1n1---nn-an-a-1:1-:u1nu1nn1nu1n?o
A --.lf uf -lee1-l If
-e-V S . L
W we IRVING in
105 S. Main Phone 2401
H1 1lIl 100 111111 n-cn1an1un1n 11111 n1..q!.
Arc and Gas Welding
IDAHO MACHINE sl SHEET METAL I
122 West st. Phone 6091 I
C. W. fChetj TAYLOR
Office Phone 31281 House Phone 20041
.........::.......::: 3R11 1: 2:11 1 A :Vf:e.:f.:f.,i.
1:01n:niniun--unzn-In-nn::n:nn:un1nn1n 1 1:11-nina!
so X I
. R -'V i
A .563 fi
X. M in 3
Moscow Commission Co. l.
J. E. BARR, Proprietor I
GRAIN - FEED - WOOD - COAL
Dairy Feeds, Poultry Feeds and Supplies
The Home of "Chicken Little"
Phone 2385 Moscow, Idaho 707 So. Main St.
Arun use I
9' its WILLETT Q
AUTO PARTS AND
215 s. Main
" ,X RODENT, INSECT
is N AND WEED
, -J CONTROL
.1.,i,1 1 .. 1 1.-1u...nu1.l1qu1nn1n1qn.1n1..1..1
MARK P. MILLER
BLUESTEM FLOUR .
u-.nl-.111 u1n-n-up-ll-ll1l.1lp1ln1ln1n1 1 1 1111.1
11:11-1.1 1 1nn1nu1n1 inniuliuuiquigni-11.11-l.1nq1
Eff 0 f
ffb ,P Af
P A' ,
1 Ah A
.1,,...... 1 1,.1..1.p1..1..1..1..1..1..1 1 1-...1
l I cle
REDDY KILOWATT SAYS:
There is Opportunity ahead for you
American Free Enterprise System
The Washington Water
"The Office of Nfl?
Complete Insurance" I .
Mickey Q Newsome
213 S. Main Phone 6711
::7::i:. fin :l...gu-nL:ui::i::i::f:: in 134:24 ini
Washington State College
- FINEST AMERICAN 8: CHINESE FOODS
Open 6 A. M. to 1 A. M.
7 ge one hundred-t lv
Moscow Scrap Metal
Troy Road Phone 3-1241
Cash Buyer of All Scrap Metal
.Tug 1 1I.1..1..1.....l1n1qq1q.1g.1..1..1..1..-1.
BARKER 8: CARLSON
Wholesale Candies and Tobacco
"Buy Your Concessions Wholesale"
A. L. Barker - 0. W. Carlson
201 S. Main St. Moscow, Idaho
5c 81 10c 15c - 31
Try F onk's
in : 7::7::l :ln1n1un J: 3 ::i::7:ui:l-on ::1n
IS AN INVESTMENT
PROTECT IT '
INSURANCE AND REAL ESTATE
1. 1ni.IiI-1...-...1u-.1.1g..-.l..-u1u1l.1 1.,i,.1n
For the BEST In
Y MAGNAvox Today
1.1 T575 7 1.1517 nfgq-u1::7:: Y -- u:::+..1uu1u1u
11:1 1uu..nu1u-pq.-..1..1 -11.1 1 1 in-n-n
r --u---M -- --fr fu-"---:fu '-4:'f
lu. .. ....
TO GO FOR
GOOD ICE CREAM
SOFT ICE CREAM
COME IN TODAY!!
A f I S: AAA- : -': : : - : A - :' :
If it steers like a truck
IT'S NOT A
.:.,,,: ff .,.,.:.1 ls: 'iiiisa .1...,.. ffllszfiiiiii
.-gl..-.n1nu1 -.. -n.1nn1uninn..n..1nu1.-1 1 - in-
YOUR HEALTH IS YOUR WEALTH
INSURE IT WITH MUTUAL OF OMAI-IA
Q F. D. FARNSWORTH
I. Resident District Manager
Q Office-109 W. 3rd St. Phone 29332
M Mutual Benefit Health 84 Accident Association
i United Benefit Life Insurance Company
....- - -..-..-..-..-..-......-..-...- - -............+ l-.......-..-..-...............-......-..-..-..-...-..-..-
p 5, nr' lmmlred-t
Wholesale and Retail Meat
Moscow Meat Co.
West Sixth Phone 4381
1n1n1n..- 1 1 1 1 1nu1nn1nn1nn1 1 1 1 1nu....v
Q FARM CHEMICALS
fmlllllw A 31211
Williams Distributing Co.
PENN MUTUAL LIFE
213 South Main Street
on I tl f
YOUR RICHFIELD DISTRIBUTOR
111.11 1nn...u1 1 1:11 1111-11.--n.1nn1nn1un1 1
w..nn..m,.- 1 1 111111un1un1n1uu.1uu..n--u.1n1n1-I-
GRADUATES OF 1953
New Idaho Hotel
Main and "A" Streets
,...m.1l.u1 1 1uu1uu1 1uu1n.1uu.-nu1uu1.u1 1 1-11
u-M1 1 1.0.1.......1..1,.1....gg1q.1q..-gn1nu1uu1
-- ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW -
Kenworthy or Nuart
A Good Place to Take Your Date
11: 1 11:1 1r"x"1rfn-- - -- -if
The Light Refreshment
EPSI' A 0 A
2004 4th Ave.
North Idaho Brokerage Co.
PEAS - BEANS - LENTILS
110 East 5th Moscow
1..1.,,7,, ,I 3 1 p1gg1n,,7lu--1,7 7u..7u..7l..
- A A ee A -A -- - - -fain
FIRST IN SELF-SERVICE
FISH AND SPECIALTIES
IN THE MOSCOW FOODS
MOSCOW SHOPPING CENTER
-p.-.. -Q-::,:.,::L:.,:.-..::. 1: :fx 1: I 11:-:--q.
1..1. n1uu1nu.-nn.-un1u.i.p1.q1.q1ni. gt..1.qi..1n1.l1u-gg-gp1g.-ll.-.p.1..1..1p.1..i.g1..1..1
p g h ndre
11111111-u11q11111.1111..1 1- 1 1 11.11.1111
1111111111u11 1 1 1 1
11.1..1..11 1..111111.11 1.111
7:13 : A Y: :fn--11111 --YY :1 ::ia11117:1111111i:1111114o 11
0 II 'I
'0 1 II
A LL H
H 1 I
E I I
R I I
lt's Only 9 Miles - Bring Your Date I
PULLMAN, WASHINGTON I i
1111-1: c: :i 1 :: a111111:11:-Y 1:YY1n11:11:71:i1::11111.i. 4.
FOR WHIRLPOOL AUTOMATIC I
WASHERS, DRY1-:Rs AND IRONERS
PHILCO RADIOS, RANGES AND
REFRIGERATORS 7 3
. I I
ScOtt's Appllance Store I I
zos s. Main Phone 5881
..-..................-.. ..... ..-..-..-..-..-..i. 4.,
1111l::1 1 111: 71:i::-- ::7:: 3: - 7:1111
n1.11111 11:71p1u1111i::,, , 1 5 :: -7:1 1:1 11111:
Stubbs' Seed Service
SEED - BEANS
PEAS - LENTILS
Troy Road Phone 2270
TRANSFER AND STORAGE
Good Luck, Seniors!
LOCAL AND LONG DISTANCE MOVING - COAST TO COAST
Phone 2339 1018 S. Jefferson
1.11 1.1- 1111111114--11-1q1u111.11g11q-5111
I DRM-IN A
V Mmm Goon L
,ggh.gIQfl fi-I SHOW
. K , A ,I T
AUTO DRIVE-IN T
Moscow - Pullman Highway is
-nl: ::7::7:: ::f::i::7: - 7 W- - 1 fain:-mf
1400 ON YOUR DIAL 2 L
'THE BEST LISTENING" o '
Moscow, IDAHO ! I H
A A A .LA - -..L..L..i.
30117: L .. ,,. .. .. ,-an .. .n .
Keep Your Vocal Chords
In Trim So You Can 1'
E Cheer the BEARS to Win
I 0 if
U Drink '
i Quench and Honey Dew Ii
Moscow BEVERAGE Co.
.l..-xExE.AE..E.. I ri -- -- 4.
I I h
CAREY'S CLEANERS ROY NAYLOR, Insurance H
CLARENCE'S BARBER SHOP J. MOREY O'DONNELL, Attomey I
CLASSIC BEAUTY SHOP ORLAND HARDWARE
ESTES AND FELTON, Attorneys ROBERT PETERSON, Attomey
FOUNTAIN GROCERY WELDON SHIMKE, Attorney
ABE GOFF, Attorney SMITH BROTHERS SHELL SERVICE
INLAND MOTOR FREIGHT JACK TOMLIN CHEVRON SERVICE
LATAH COUNTY TITLE COMPANY WATERMAN'S FLOOR COVERING
MOSCOW GLASS AND BODY SHOP WESTERN STORES
,, W gpg, ..,, 1.7,,.7,,,, HY., ,,7--7-- ,
DR. H. R. ZIMET, Veterinarian 'i
-- 7 -7 -I:7::7:: :: f--7 f- -- - -- -- gg.
1 I, one hundred-seventeen
Suggestions in the Moscow High School - Bear Tracks Yearbook (Moscow, ID) collection:
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today!
Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly!
Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.
Material on this website is protected by copyright laws of the United States and international treaties.
No protected images or material on this website may be copied or printed without express authorization.