Mullan High School - Galena Yearbook (Mullan, ID)

 - Class of 1968

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' J ' 0. 1, , -5 02: 'qu ' , :'a'n , 41 A 1-"1 v ' x, ' 0 Q 0' 1 5 ". .. 1 ' , - Q J' ' T. ' -. in . ' 'A 4 . v 'o 0- . H ' ' .f"' ..-' w' - 1. 110' 11- '- '- m 1- 1 ' ' 1 .w'-W w . ff-:I . : '1-1 -2.1. " . 3 V .,- X , 1.1, - ,J 'q-37' 1,1 -. ?. ' ,N-' 3 ,U ,,11. - . mf' 1 1.0: ' ,, P 'va H' '-'1.:'1 'Y' 115 N .---1 iz 1 .4 . . ... W -' ' ,o, v"1, 's 'Mg tl . j,"! , "au -1 ' ' ' ' 3. 1 9 'f "' ' , f '.,g ' , ' . , 1 , N , ' ' 1 k gf .' 1 1 .5 S . ' s I gb " ' " " ' ' 'mimi ' " s ," 'N ' ' ,- ' -' ' 1 A-1 1 , A ' ' 1 1 Y s 1 , , , -1 E- .X X Y -Nm l N 1 - ,W v 1 A m 1 U . ' . 1 - - " -. ., -, 4.1 REFLECTIONS OF THE YEAR GO E BY I I967-68 GALENA MULLAN HIGH SCHOOL MULLAN, IDAHO MIKE SPRUTE, Editor GALENA STAFF EDITOR ----- ASST. EDITOR - PHOTOGRAPHERS SPORTS ----- CLASSES - - ORGANIZATIONS ACTIVITIES - - ADVISOR - - -------- MikeSprute - - - - - - - Nanette Claypool - - Paula Wolfe, Debbi Gosline - - - Russ Moultrie, Bud Hayes, Don Almquist, Reggie Mullins - - - - - - Linda Phelps, Alice Keller, Darrold Lauseng, RaNae Stotelmeyer - - -Theresa Trexler, Paula Wolfe, Debbi Gosline, Linda Lahti Elaine Giroux, Maureen McEachern, Nanette Claypool, Mary Shipman - - - - - - - - Mrs. Evelyn Keppner FREDERIC -CAGE PHOTOGRAPHERS W. 905 Sprague Ave., Spokane, Wash. il- x, V37 s 2.5 Mullan High School students this year voted Mrs. Evelyn Keppner and Mr. Jack Edwards their favorite teachers. It is to these two people, who have helped us in every aspect, that we dedicate the 1968 Galena. V '1- SCHOOL BOARD N N ADMINISTRATIO JOHN R. LOVELACE, Superintendent SEATED, left to right: John R. Lovelace, Super- intendentg Kenneth Smith, Chairmang James Polla. STANDING: Blair Gosline, Jack Summerkamp, Vern Benz. A. I. YAGER, Principal l I r ,Ll i LP' I... ELEANOR FORD, School Clerk. RITA MANOR, School Nurse. C9 gf omni.. FARM DAIRY Walt Hendrickson Mullan SCHOOL PERSONNEL Q1 5 '40 Xi .N Q? TED MILLER, High School Custodian. WALFRED LAHTI, Pavilion Custodian. 'NLM .. i S 5 BU Y BODIE Helping Mr Fitzgerald in the library are Paula Wolfe Shelley Doolmg RaNae Stotelmeyer, Other busy assistants include Tim Hendricks, Chrys LaCelle Linda Lahti John Keebaugh, Assisting Mrs. Ford in the grade school office are fleft to rightj Mary Smith, Terri Enge- bretson, Elaine Giroux, and Toni Groves. Mrs. Ruth Bratley, high school secre- tary, is busy typing morn- ing announce ments. High school office assistants busy helping Mr. Yager are Connie Wiitala, Kim Smith, Nanette Claypool, Maureen McEachern, and Debbie Gosline. fNot pictured: Gary Fordj Ellen Erickson Debbie Blacketer Lorraine Huffman Stephen Hendricks Theresa Trexler, and Valerie Claypool are looking at the new RUNGE FURNITURE 701 Bank Wallace, Idaho 'll , - , J ,f 1' Wx l f ft, U , ,O f Q . A 1 " 4, ' ' ., ' 'mardi-,5g, R " 1 ,'., QjQi AL-h NX g F, '11, M M -"b - X y F x Q ' f x J s' Xgsiik' LW hx X6 1""""' 1- t' , I L- .ve . 4 5 J P Q X1 5 1 Q ' ,, X , ,- 1' , A rg , 1 , , 'rf ,A , K , x b .4 - ,M t v n Q ks 41 M.. xx Iva 4 i ' Q" Q ' ,K-. f wg .V , gl-'f ,9- A xl , R "' ,v, W M VALEDICTORIAN SALUTATORIAN JOHN LESLIE KEEBAUGH CELIA MAUREEN MCEACHERN All things should be done de- Always ready for work and play cently and in order. - pre erably play. DONALD PAUL ALMQUIST A11 great men are dyingg I don t feel so well myself at the moment. f , BEAT?-ICE JEAN BECK the world so pleasant. The world 's a bubble, so why not try to bust it? - 5: . L. VALERIE JEAN CLAYPOOL Like a glass of champagne, DIANE LANETTE BROWN always bubbling over. The daintiest lass, to make E . TERESA JEAN' ELAINE ADAIR G1RoUx ENGEBRETSON Anyone as fresh as she, is Love and joyful laughter ELLEN PAY ERICKSON as pretty as she can be. make the world go round, The fate of destiny ig awaiting her arrival. DAY MINES, INC. Congratulations to the graduating class. DEBRA IO GOSLINE ALICE MA DA LENE KELLER I'l1 laugh and sing and I'd rather have a man with- shake my foot. WILLIAM LeROY HAYES out money than money A girl 's a girl, but a good without a man. cigar is a smoke. X . l- iii ' 'l CHRYSTELLE LOUISE LaCELLE A sweet and friendly smile LINDA JEAN LAHTI ' W ff lights her face. Not too serious, not too I' 'A gay, but a true blue girl CARMEN RAE LATINA in every way. Why work when you can sleep? .ili . r X NATHANIEL ALAN LUNEN REGINALD HOWARD MULLINS Wine, women, and song. RUSSELL ASHLEY Men of few words are con- MOULTRIE A girl and a car make his goal, CITIZENS UTILITIES COMPANY Mullan, Wallace, Silverton, and Burke Canyon sidered the best. A U LAUREL LEE PENA DAVID LEE SELLERS You 'd be surprised what Sometimes I sit and think, goes on in her head. LINDA SUSAN PHELPS but most times I just sit. To do a great right, do a little wrong. KIMBERLY SMITH JOANNE RANAE I'm not the only one of my WE STQTELMEYER kifld. MICHAEL JOSEPH SPRUTE That happy-go-Steady look. They're running out of ha- THERESA MARIE TREXLER He who invented work should have finished it los in my size. PAULA MAE WOLFE She puts her worries in the pocket with a hole in it. WALLACE SUPPLY 515 Cedar Wallace, Idaho J Not pictured: JACK VERNON PANKEY 1 ENIXII 32? ,4.g:f1f' 5 .ILINIORS 'ov JLI IORS - REFLECTICNS f 'I Class officers are hard at work at their main moneymaking activity - the concession booth. fleft to rightj: Sec. , Shelley Doolingg Treas. , Joyce Moreau: S. C. Rep. , Tom Woffordg V. Pres. , George Clarkeg Pres., Arne Krulitz. DELEGATES: Darrold Lauseng Shelley Dooling :wifi 1 -vm ,X BOYS' AND GIRLS' STATE DELEGATES AND ALTERNATES IDAHO FIRST NATIONAL BANK 400-6th Wallace ALTERNATES Tom Wofford Toni Groves OF SUCCESS .5 1- BELOW, FIRST ROW fleft to rightj: Mr. Murphy, Mrs. Keppner, Mr. Dufresne, advisors: Dewayne Rodrigues. SECOND ROW: Darlene Walbridge, Cynthia Scheel, Bob Nichols, Virginia Sutton. THIRD ROW: Darrold Lauseng, Nanette Claypool, Toni Groves. FOURTH ROW: Mike Tafolla, Tim Hendricks. ,nun ,nu -gli .,va ui' ni ' lu .I 155 ABOVE, FIRST ROW fleft to rightj: Steve Hendricks, Dick Harwood, Ron Hayes. SECOND ROW: Juli Soini, Mary Shipman, Debbie Jutila. THIRD ROW: Cheryl Decker, Judy Noordarn, Marianne Murray. X X af 3 'MV 'Q R gg, , " M111 3 . zfffrfff mfr Q ? l!g? f ff'f ' ' X X K GARDEN SPOT IGA Osburn "The Garden Spot of the Coeur d'Alenes" Kellogg 4, . Ln 'ae .L -1 "1 2 f 5 Sf SQPHGMORES ...E FIRST ROW, left to right: Lorna Hendrickson, RaeAnn Ban, Lorraine Huffman, Terri Hiatt, Connie Lauseng, Sheryl Nickerson, Carol Case, Mr. Cox, advisor. SECOND ROW: Aaron Coates, Tom Barton, Howard Lester, Keith Smith, Paul Durfee. The sophomores were very successful with their weekly cocoa sale this year. Other moneymaking projects were car washes, candy sales, live-music dances, and bake sales. The Sophomore-Freshman party was the highlight of the year with a live-music dance following. In the spring they ordered their class rings. THE MANY FACES OF THE SOPHOMORES WALLACE COAL Sz STOKER CO. PEPE 'S TACO HOUSE 807 Bank West Wallace FAMILIAR FACES EMERGE BACK ROW, left to right: Blaine Keppner, John Goggin, Terry Schneider, John Mullins, Steve John son. SECOND ROW: Mrs. Loughry, advisory Becky Wiederrick, Linda Wolfgram, Debbie Blacketer, Connie Wiitala, Vickie Sellers, Debbie Moultrie, Joanne Fealko. KNEELING: Bill Arthur, Spike' Elwood, Joe Gohl. ll "" J' 5 'H l ,xenl12f2l "11U,' ' is ' S Q A . L . 3 J S my ki f fem . A ss rrr The playful sophomores President at rest Class officers and advisor discussing rings and things: left to right, treas. , Ray Grahamg v. pres. , Mary Smithg sec., Cheryl Browng s.c. rep. , Mar- tha Smithg pres., Art Girouxg ad- visor, Mr. Fitzgerald. OSBURN SUPPLY 8a NAPA AUTOMOTIVE CANDI'S Osburn Wallace Cedar St. Wallace Q Nm E, .Y O gn 'Lx f vp. I. my ...s 1- ,ig as x. x ,n -, , - .. Q , P ' ' -we i FRESHMEN ya zrffs ai . " Mill, dm , WI Swear Q M155 .- '-W U ie REFLECTIONS N W FACES Mrs. Isaacson, advisorg Mary Tiitso, treasurerg Cyndi Ford, s.c. rep.g Vickie Murray, president, Gary Huffman, vice-president, Mark Heg- bloom, secretary, getting ready to paint the TOP ROW, left to right: Carolyn Tafolla, Wanda Dinius, Denise Harwood, Lois Sheely, Vicki Reed, Bridget Payton. BOTTOM ROW: Kathy Neff, Nor- man Pena, Dennis Goggin, Dale Noordam, Clifford Arthur. SEABOARD FINANCE CO. 606 Bank Wallace 20 M amb- K Q FL lx Q I -:wear-N I FIRST ROW, KNEELINGf1eft to rightj: J. Sutton and P. Lester. SECOND ROW, STANDING Qleft to rightj: M. Montgomery, B. Fausett, D. Bernardi, N. Tryon, G. Williams, C. Crawford, N. Chambers, L. Sprute, B. Hendricks, and V. Black. BOYS, STANDING fleft to rightj: L. Davis, S. Clarke, D. Scheel, and B. Gohl. Freshman girls at the FHA slumber party. ,J ll 'Qi V . , l ' : J, 1 , l f 14,5 Kiln .is I M., J' L '5 I . , f iw? r ' K . lx X.- SCOOP'S UNION SERVICE 205 5th, Wallace, Idaho Freshmen working on the snow sculp ture for which they won second prize E, 514- AMBITIOUS EIGHTH GRADE KNEELING Qleft to rghtjz Joe Keebaugh, Randy Durfee, David Giroux, Ron Moreau, John Pos- nick, Craig Olson, ale Hayes, Jack Douglas. SECOND ROW, KNEELING: Sam Davis, Steve Latina, John Soini. THIRD ROW, STANDING: Nancy Hendrickson, Ronnie Valenti, Sally Mc- Rae, Leslie Airas, Sana Taro, Jackie Clarke, Donna Krulitz, Melissa Gill, Janice Brown. LAST ROW: Mr. Drager, advisor, Judy Hendrickson, Pam LaCe11e, Cathy Sheeley. FIRST ROW, KNEELING Qleft to rightj: Tony Keller, Mike Ban, David Nelums, Jim Sabala, Frank Reed, Lonnie Saylor, Lance Bruhn. SECOND ROW: Debbie Sellers, Margie Cowgill, Su sie girgux, Linda Lorenz, Connie Lauseng, Darlene Sutton, Mrs. Hendrickson, advisory Tim Wo or . I. C. PENNEY CO. 605 Bank Wallace, Idaho th GRADE - THE FIR T REFLECTIO am If IN ,, ' 1' 'CJ l u' CSF? vt X ff FIRST ROW, left to right: Paula Tiitso, Leanne Salo, Debra Case. SECOND ROW: William Crawford, Rocky Payton, Owen Erickson, Herbie Arthur, Steve Posnick. THIRD ROW: Ray Latina, Ricky Chris- topherson, Beverly Grzan, Larry Hoven. FOURTH ROW: George Cot- ter, Ricky Decker, John Baillie, Jim Johnson, Benita Bryant, Mr. Morrison, Mrs. Ristau. I THE MIRRORS OE HIGH SCHOOL J og QQ FIRST ROW, left to right: John Lambott, Wayne Chambers, Eddie Castaneda, Julie Valenti, Sandi Flood, Marian Firebaugh. SECOND ROW: Jonathon Gill, Bryan Simonson, Tony Nelums, Sandy Dinius, Jo Ann Davis, Patsdye Crawford. THIRD ROW: Gordon Sutton, Linda Arthur, Patsly Lair , Pam Storjohann, Becky Grogg, Patricia Black- BENEFICIAL WALLACE OK TIRE CO, eter, Ruache le Fausett, Dianne Ban. FOURTH ROW: Mr. Morrison, FINANCE CO. 622 Bank Mrs' Rlstau' Sharon Pace' 604 Cedar Wallace 23 pn Q ,, gf? Q 'N -V:. fiif'-"f 1 lg' ag., N 7... 5-1 CLASSES Getting warm, Pudge? Q MICHEAL COX 7th, 8th, High School Band and Chorus, Grade 1 - fxxk Tiff g, I y Q in 1 S4 i ROBERT CLARK Shop - 8th, 1,11, III, IV Are you sure it goes that way? QC. Strike up the band' School Band High school band assembling to play at football game. A studious but less ac- tive class. 45" JOHN DRAGER 8th Spelling and Social Studies, 7th-8th Boys' P.E. and Health, 9th- 10th-11th Boys' P.E. The boys keep in practice during P. E. class. MULLAN MOBIL SERVICE STATION ECONOMY GROCERY 8a MEAT MARKET Walt Krulitz 120 Highway 10 218 Earle Mullan P What quietness! I Laya 5,4 V n T ROBERT ,W ,,,....-jf- DUFRESNE Tap! Tap! Tap! Clickity click! Shorthand, Typing 1, 11, L Sth Language 3 JACK EDWARDS OVCIIIFUSII G G r, U. s. History, World History, Economics overnment Guys! l A rts 3' C- Would you believe the United States?! Studious workers? ! Even librarians rest! ! SWEET'S CAFE AND HOTEL 310-6th Wallace FRA NK FITZGERALD Library and Speech 27 TEACHERS OFFER ENCOURAGEME T I Wi' , . 2, ii A " '-' f "?..?' I , Ik: , g : I lfxa MRS. GEORGIA HEGBLOOM English 1,IV, 7th Lan- guage Arts ,k ,.1..r"' MRS, MARY HENDRICKSON Girls P.E. and Health, 8th Spelling, Social Studies , we T357 E'-D. .1 L' v E' MRS. VIRGINIA ISAACSON Home Ec. I, II, III, IV, Home Management RAMSEIER 'S PHARMACY 410-6th Wallace wif? I Concentration and English mix very well. v s E ' vfy-'Gi f TIGERS , f , Trampoline gives exercise and fun """'o "A "'x"J' ' 1' INSTILL K OWLEDGE, A D GI E HELP. M-.. ,L- N ,g ., " r . wma -I 5 ' 4 I" ' A . '..,.A N '27 :I L' ' 4' I, X I Z . . -, Q' ' QQ-3 O' 4- 1 I - :L J, ' - f A I-I i x , Journalists put their heads together and enjoy working on the Galena. Mad scientists, maybe? WX MRS. EVELYN KEPPNER Journalism, English III 7th Soc. St. and Spell ing, Elem. Library. 'mb MRS. GAIL LOUGHRY Fundamental Math, Biology, Chemistry. Geology. Q run RONALD MORRISON Geometry, Algebra I- Class consultation about an algebra problem. H, Advanced Math, 7th Math. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WALLACE 419-Grh I A Q DAVID MURPHY English II, Speech Spanish 1, 11, III. Learning the skills of debate MRS. LILLIAN RISTAU 7th-Sth General Science, Physical Observing the wonders of the sky Science' DAVID VOIGT French I, II, 8th Math. fri 1 "' ,Q 1. . V Parlez - vous Francais? STATE FARM INSURANCE - Auto - Life - Fire ZANETTI BROS. CONTRACTORS Ed Helfer Osburn : -ze f MXH yy M -vv wx O .O 'gu , . A' Nggwx' " f . 0. 0' n. , tn. Mb L ,J 8 , ' Q 0 ,.x'9"' " ' " .O .O .O 'o ' . X X 0 f F K 9' F QW X X ff .. f L .- gg, - -. .'- ' 5 -J aff" QQ . V - L itgltr' ,T-A, ' ' J.. ,4 N -i f H" '. - . ,4f', ' A 'J' av - yr" . ' fff'!X M-sWff"' 1 5 KN. xg 'f A di, f A K , I . rpg' A ' 6, 'alfa-443 ORGAN ZATIQNS TLIDENT COUNCIL SPENDS ACTIVE YEAR C. . .. .. , 3 - 1,,.r,,.-xii at tt L FRONT ROW Qleft to rightj: Theresa Trexler, Kim Smith, Elaine Giroux, treasurer, Terri Engebretson, secretaryg Arne Krulitz, vice-presidentg Mike Sprute, presidentg Mr. Yager, advisory Toni Groves, as- sistant treasurerg Vicki Murray, Jackie Clarke, and Paula Tiitso. BACK ROW: Connie Wiitala, Mau- reen McEachern, RaNae Stotelmeyer, Judy Noordam, Torn Wofford, Valerie Claypool, Martha Smith, and Cyndi Ford. Not pictured: Mary Shipman. A.S.B. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE I would like to take this opportunity to thank the students for the fine cooperation given to me and members of the student council in carrying out our tasks. Except for a few minor incidents, we have had a very successful year. With the arrangement of the student calendar we have had more time to discuss actual student problems and work on their solution through the year. LQ ,XQQWZ FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS 85 LOAN Osburn CGMMITTEES AID COUNCIL'S WORK The task of selecting a school ring was giv- en to the ring committee, consisting of Paula Tiitso, MarthaASmith, chairman: Cyn- di Ford, and Jackie Clarke. Revising the present student handbook and preparing a new one was the task of the handbook committee. Members are: Mar- tha Smith, Jackie Clarke, Cyndi Ford, Kim Smith, chairmang Tom Wofford, and Paula Tiitso. Members of the student council committee who organized the calendar of the year's events include Cleft to rightj - Toni Groves, Kim Smith, Elaine Giroux, chairmang Mar- tha Smith, Vicki Murray, and Tom Wofford Planning a schedule and securing speakers for the Career Day Program kept the career day committee busy. The committee con- sisted of RaNae Stotelmeyer, Maureen Mc- Eachern, Theresa Trexler, chairmang and Valerie Claypool. TABOR'S - STATIONERS 6th and Cedar Wallace M CLUB ATHLETES MIRROR SUCCESS waz 45: 6. nl' rl! FRONT ROW: Mike Sprute, Dale Lunen, Russ Moultrie, Spike Elwood, Gary Ford. SECOND ROW: Dick Harwood, Arne Krulitz, Don Almquist, Keith Smith, Bud Hayes. THIRD ROW: Mr. Edwards, assistant coach Ray Graham, Art Giroux, Mr. Drager, coachg Bill Arthur. John Fealko, a 1942 Mullan High graduate, reported to the staff that a former Mullan athlete named Jack Con- well gave Mullan their mascot name of "Tigers. " In the years 1927-28-29 -30 any member of the athletic team was called a wearer of the "M. " The "M" Club was formed in 1930-1931 when Fritz Baier was coach. In the spring the club held their an- nual initiation for eight initiates who went through the initiation and served a picnic lunch for the old members. Another spring activity of the club was the supervision of the painting of the "M" by the freshmen. ASVESTAS MOTORS OFFICERS: Arne Krulitz, s.c. rep.: Mike Sprute, v.p.g Russ Moultrie, pres.g Gary Imperial - Chrysler - Plymouth - GMC Trucks 'Ford, sec. -treas. 716-'720 Bank Wallace e PEP CLUB REFLECTS VICTORY FRONT ROW fleft to rightj: Mrs. Isaacson, advisory Paula Wolfe, Maureen McEachern, secretary: Valer- ie Claypool, presidentg "Purple Phantom, " Elaine Giroux, Debbi Gosline, treasurerg Theresa Trexler, stu dent council representativeg and Linda Lahti. SECOND ROW: Nanette Claypool, Juli Soini, Marianne Murray, Darlene Walbridge, Cynthia Scheel, Judy Noordam, Ellen Erickson, and Mrs. Hegbloom, advi- sor. THIRD ROW: Shelley Dooling, Cheryl Decker, RaNae Stotelmeyer, Virginia Sutton, Mary Shipman and Joyce Moreau, vice president. TOP ROW: Kim Smith, Toni Groves, and Terri Engebretson. This year the Pep Club made new additions to the club. Not only did they get thirteen initiates, but they also gained the "Purple Phan- tom, " a large stuffed tiger used along with the cheers of the pep club to spur on school spirit. In addition to cheering on the team, the pep club took tickets at all games, sold purple and white shakers, had a swimming party, made signs for all games, handed out basketball programs, fed the Clark Fork basketball team, and the initiates gave a dinner for all senior members and advisors. The Pep Club was organized in the school year of 1940-41 under the presidency of Lucille Olson, with Helen Posnick as vice-president. THE COMBINATION FOODLINER 303-6th Wallace FHA E LIGHTENS SCHOOL Pictured at the right are Theresa Trexler and Joyce Moreau. This year Theresa was Vice-President of State Degrees and Joyce Moreau was District I Treasurer. As Mullan's first state officer, Theresa attended state convention in Pocatello and national convention in Los Angeles. Joyce Moreau will participate in the District I con- vention to be held in the fall in Coeur d'Al- ene. Under the presidency of Elaine Giroux, FHA sponsored many different activities. Some of their projects included sewing for the Lewiston Children 's Home, contributing to Opportunity School in Silverton, cleaning the city streets, and a weekly ice cream bar sale, which proved to be very profitable and enjoyable to everyone. BELOW FRONT ROW fleft to rightjz Mary Smith, parliamentarlan Linda Lahti degrees chm Joyce Moreau treas.g Carmen Latina, projects chm.g Elaine Giroux pres RaNae Stotelmeyer Maureen Mc Eachern vice-pres.g Shelley Dooling, sec.g Terri Engebretson hist Terri Hiatt song leader Debbi Blacketer reporter: Connie Wiitala, s.c. rep. SECOND ROW Marie Montgomery Nanette Claypool Denise Harwood, Cyndi Ford, Kim Smith, Linda Sprute Gloria Williams Wanda D1n1us Vickie Reed Cheryl Brown, Vickie Sellers, Martha Smith, RaeAnn Ban Joanne Fealko BACK ROW Cheryl Decker Valerie Claypool, Lois Sheeley, Theresa Trexler, Judy Noordam Mary T11tSO Paula Wolfe Cynthia Scheel Mrs. Isaacson, advisor, Bridget Payton, Carol Crawford Virginia Sutton Juli So1n1 Kathy Neff Sheryl Nickerson, Virginia Black, Lorraine Huffman, Carolyn Taffola Joanne Flood Not pictured Debbi Gosline, points chm, Mary Shipman. MORROW'S NEW RETAIL STORE 5th and Cedar Wallace ww me . .Nui Yr V gn FRONT ROWf1eft to righty: Mrs. G. Hegbloom, advisorg D. Blacketer, C. LaCe11e, R. Stotelmeyer, s.c. rep.: C. Wiitala, reporter, M. Smith, sec.: I. Moreau, hist.g T. Engebretson, v.p.: T. Trexler, pres.: M. Smith, treas.g S. Hendricks, parliamentariang V. Reed, G. Williams, L. Wolfgram, L. Phelps. SECOND ROW: D. Almquist, L. Hendrickson, D. Walbridge, P. Wolfe, T. Hiatt, N. Chambers, B. Hendricks, E. Erickson, W. Dinius, J. Soini, M. Murray, K. Smith, V. Black, V. Murray, M. Tiitso, L. Sheeley, D. Moultrie. THIRD ROW: M. Sprute, C. Brown, V. Sellers, L. Huffman, J. Fealko, J. Noordam, C. Scheel, V. Sutton, D. Harwood, C. Ford, T. Groves, R. Hayes, A. Coates, D. Flood, J. Goggin, D. Lunen, R. Moultrie, A. Keller, and B. Hayes. FUTURE TEACHERS GAIN EXPERIENCE During the 1967-1968 school year the Mullan Chapter of Future Teachers gained knowledge and skill through their teaching experiences. Various members of the club substituted for grade school teachers throughout the year. Activities the club enjoyed were the annual teachers' reception in the fall, the mid-winter conference in Moscow, a swimming party, and installation of new officers in the spring. DON'S LAUNDRY 8a CLEANERS 609 Cedar Wallace Mrs. Hegbloom, FTA advisor, busy at her classroom duties. F A BECOME CANDY-STRIPER p vp L, w xi, f. t.. 1 . 1. 7 'F' K. QLeft to rightjz L. Mhti, v.p.g C. Scheel, D. Gosline, E. Erickson, J. Fealko, C. LaCelle, pres.: C. Brown, M. Shipman, N. Claypool, sec. -treas.g R. Ban, V. Sutton, M. McEachern, corr. sec.g S. Dool- ing, C. Decker, J. Noordam, s.c. rep.: Mrs. Rita Manor, advisor. The Future Nurses of America began in Mullan High just this year under the guidance of the school nurse, Mrs. Rita Manor. Its main activity was a trip to Spokane, touring the Blood Bank, Deaconess Hospital and School of Nursing, and Shriners' Children 's Hospital. As candy-stripers, they worked at East Shoshone Hospital, Shoshone Manor, and the Shoshone Coun- ty Nursing Home. NHS HOLDS THE LAMP OF LEARNING ! NATE 'JNAL OCIETY FRONT ROW fleft to rightj: Mr. David Voigt, advisory E. Giroux, J. Moreau, treas.g M. McEachern, sec.g M. Sprute, pres.g P. Wolfe, v.p.g C. Latina, T. Engebretson, and Mrs. Lillian Ristau, advisor. SECOND ROW: T. Hiatt, S. Dooling, C. Scheel, K. Smith, J. Fealko, D. Lauseng, J. Keebaugh, L. Hendrickson, D. Blacketer, V. Sellers, C. Wiitala, M. Tafolla, M. Smith, G. Clarke. Not pictured: M. Shipman, s.c. rep. With the profits earned on the basketball game held in December between the Fabulous Magicians and the Mullan Jaycee team, the club was able to award a S75 scholarship to Elaine Giroux. The Mullan chapter of National Honor Society, chartered in 1962 under sponsorship of Mr. Ernest Suenkel, exemplifies scholarship, character, leadership, and service. 1 4 W-g FO D sHosHoNE MOTORS INC. Ford -Mercury Kellogg Lmllilwiji ' my ff -- Off -. 'K ' , v -. . I A K' . 'U ' 1 'fm - Q , , ,,., , , mega? 5 VA .,-5, Q A lp I M 51 N'L. ,, an L f , u - M , L y , 'A A A I 5 'il ! ki in -- Af' .I A 5 -'1-R+-'--'--M V. M' - ,r V. .J , A i g A ,,-.. L W p y I ,A I Q f W ,I ff A, L a A I Q. .W I if Kg X. g h jf MK S , i P:-M xxx f rf' -ev, . 'r 5 . V 0 R aff W, I f f . .. -X 45 1.0 fr, -A , A I N' W,.Y 5, X Vx X 46 ' N' ' lt- gi X L- X 4 I 1 - ' , S ff , r "M -f ' ' .. xh by '7 X -4-di' ,. r - , ,, , , I fr T - wr I I I E I 'Ja 5 Semicircle includes Qleft to rightj: Gloria Williams, Cheryl Brown, Marie Montgomery, Virginia Black, Maureen McEachern, Carolyn Taffola, Janie Sutton, Cynthia Scheel, Virginia Sutton, Joanne Fealko, Vicki Murray, Mary Tiitso, Judy Noordam, Darlene Walbridge, Debbi Moultrie, Vicki Reed, Lorna Hen- drickson, Carol Crawford, Carol Case, Denise Harwood, Mary Smith, Cyndi Ford, Debra Blacketer, Martha Smith, Lorraine Huffman, Wanda Dinius, and Joanne Flood. FRONT ROW: Elaine Giroux, head drill leaderg Mrs. Hendrickson, advisor: and Marianne Murray, assistant drill leader. TIME MARCHES O AT MULLA HIGH Left, Valerie Claypool, head twirler z The Mullan High School Drill Team this year ordered new material to make uniforms, which real- ly showed off the school colors - purple and white. These girls really assist on raising school spirit by marching at all games and on other occasions. WASHINGTON WATER POWER CO. ALLIED SILVER LEAD CO. 407-6th Wallace Mullan BANDS BOOST SCHOOL SPIRIT N 3 1? ran SENIOR HIGH, FRONT ROW fleft to rightjz C. LaCe11e, C. Wiitala, L. Sprute, S. Dooling, K. Smith J Moreau, M. McEachern. SECOND ROW: C. Latina, V. Sellers, G. Clarke, J. Goggin, G. Ford, E Erickson, J. Keebaugh, I. Douglas, D. LaCelle, D. Harwood, A. Krulitz. BACK ROW: B. Gohl, K Smith, D. Flood, R. Hayes, D. Lunen, B. Keppner, and Mr. Micheal Cox, director. Not pictured: M Shipman. m 'Q '-E. -.. 'lth GRADE FRONT ROW Qleft to rightj: P. Crawford, D. Case, B. Grzan, J. Johnson, L. Salo, P. Ti- itso, and J. Davis. SECOND ROW: W. Craw- ford, S. Posnick, R. Decker, R. Flathers, R. Latina, R. Christopherson, O. Erickson, G. Cotter. BACK ROW: I-I. Arthur, J. Baillie, R. Payton, and T. Nelums. GAEBE 'S JEWELRY 8: MUSIC STORE 410-6th Wallace 8th GRADE FRONT ROW Qleft to rightj: N. Hendrickson P.'LaCe11e, J. Clarke, S. McRae, D. Kru- litz. SECOND ROW: J. Sabala, L. Lorenz, G. Olson, J. Brown, M. Gill, J. Soini, S. Taro. THIRD ROW: J. Douglas, S. Latina, J. Keebaugh, C. Sheeley, J. Posnick, R. Moreau. BACK ROW: G. Hayes, D. Gir- oux, R. Durfee, S. Davis, R. Valenti, and Mr. Micheal Cox, director. INSKIP-ENGLISH PLUMBING 8: HEATING 515 Bank Wallace SKIING IS BELIEVING. THINK SNOW! FRONT ROW, left to right: G. Hayes, C. Ford, sec.g S. Flood, G. Williams, D. Kru- litz, M. Firebaugh, W. Dinius, D. Gosline, pres.g M. Tiitso, treas.g M. Gill. SEC- OND ROW: S. Latina, M. Ban, A. Coates, L. Salo, S. Clarke, T. Keller, P. Tiitso, D. Ban, T. Wofford, V. pres.g V. Murray, s.c. rep.g J. Douglas, P. Wolfe, M. Mc- Eachern, S. Dooling, D. Harwood, L. Sheeley, S. McRae, L. Airas, Mr. Murphy, advisor. BACK ROW: R. Moultrie, L. Lorenz, B. Hayes, T. Wofford, M. Hegbloom, R. Hayes, K. Smith, D. Almquist, T. Trexlerg not pictured, Mrs. Loughry, advisor. MHS KI BUNNIES our , rf' Nft"Hff?fYi'1:1i 6? 5' I ' After years of planning, the Ski Club this year made its W I -Q long-anticipated trip to Schweitzer Basin. Senior members '4 Q X can remember planning this trip when they first Joined Ski ' W 1 Club in junior high. Qs x Below-zero weather greeted the group when they arrived in Sandpoint, so not much skiing was done. Local weather V X the past year was not as favorable as it might have been, however, club members enjoyed many hours of skiing. BLUM'S FLOWER SHOP 8a GREENHOUSE THE SKI SHOP Osburn Walt and Merle Frank Wallace FIRST ROW, left to right: Nanette Claypool, Elaine Giroux, secretary, Valerie Claypool, s. c. re P. Maureen McEachern, pres., Joyce Moreau, treasurer, Debbie Blacketer, vice-pres., Vickie Sellers, Mary Tiitso, Terri Hiatt, Becky Hendricks. SECOND ROW: Kathy Neff, Carolyn Tafolla, Shelley Dooling, Nellie Chambers, Vickie Reed, Cheryl Brown, Connie Wiitala, Lorraine Huffman, Lorna Hendrickson, Martha Smith, Joanne Fealko, Mary Smith, Cyndi Ford, Wanda Dinius. THIRD ROW: Mr. Murphy, ad- visory Stephen Hendricks, Mike Tafolla, Don Almquist, Bud Hayes, Darrold Lauseng, Dennis Goggin, DRAMA-DEB TE EAR RECOG ITIO Art Giroux and Spike Elwood, inter- school debate champions, preparing for declamation meets at Sandpoint and Kellogg. Above: "Fumed Oak" and "The Bald Soprano" "The Claw CORNELL 'S WARD FUNERAL HOME MAlSEL'S FUNERAL CHAPEL Wallace Kellogg JOURNALISTS WORK IGHT AND TD Y we Q6 Q. an -5 iw -Q 1-'F O -.P 1 . T , -,,,,gg,m-. .3 1 ,Q , f UD '-ef SEATED, left to right: Paula Wolfe, Reggie Mullins, Russ Moultrie, Alice Keller, Bud Hayes, Lyn Phelps Theresa Trexler, Darrold Lauseng, Mike Sprute, and Mrs. Keppner, advisor. STANDING: Don Almquist, Linda Lahti, Mary Shipman, RaNae Stotelmeyer, Elaine Giroux, Nanette Claypool, Debbi Gosline, and Maureen McEachern. Putting out a paper every two weeks and an 80-page y annual kept the "Tiger Times" Qformerly "The Microphone"j and Galena staffs very busy. Paula Wolfe, Editor. Pictured at the left are some of the class re- turning to the bus after ur-ca a profitable day selling ads in Wallace. "ian-,. YYY 610 CAFE MORROW AUTOMOTIVE CO. 610 Bank Wallace 710 Hotel Wallace ka! I Qs' V " F E' fif iyfif 59: ,. " 'Q J' I , li ' ' 5 , Q W .i M' K'-Y 1 , f , v-ds AWN! , , . . . 'Q 1-. '.' v apr' Q, Wf ,- ,fdf 'n L. f . X i 4 :Z I I i . x E - 2,315 , x - ff , 'fmQ A " g2 .ii N . 5 5,p"5U'z4 'Q QX' .Q yvi I ,fig :9 ACTIVITIE HQMECOMI G ROYALTY QUEEN AND KING Vickie Murray, freshman, and Blaine Keppner, sophomore, were crowned Queen and King of the annual Home- coming Celebration from candidates selected by each class. PRINCESSES Elaine Giroux, seniorg Toni Groves, junior, Martha Smith, sophomore. PRINCES George Clarke, juniorg Russ Moul- trie, seniorg Gary Huffman, fresh- man. PENNALUNA Sc CO. 413 6thg Wallace, Idaho g,-5 ARSITY CHEERLEADERS TERRI ENGEBRETSON KIM SMITH Head Cheerleader DIA NE BROWN T ONI GROVE S Kim Smith, Diane Brown, Terri Enge AQ! bretson, cheerleaders, and Toni Groves, Mascot Left to right: Terri Engebretson, Kim Smith, Toni Groves, Diane Brown are reflecting on the 1967 football season. mascot, expressed their energy and en- thusiasm during the year's basketball games. .DICK DEAHN VOLKSWAGEN Authorized Sales and Service CAM'S WOMEN 'S APPAREL 322 Main Kellogg 520 Bank Wallace J.V. CHEERLEADERS Left to right: Mary Tiitso, Cyndi Ford, Cheryl Brown, RaeAnn Ban. THIS IS TIGER COL! TRY! BAND FIRST ROW: Nancy Tryon, Shelley Dooling, Joyce Moreau, Maureen McEachern, Ron Hayes, Keith Smith, David Flood. SECOND ROW: Mary Shipman, Chrys LaCe11e, Connie Wiitala, Laurel Pena, Linda Sprute. THIRD ROW: Ellen Erickson, Marcia Par- ske, Bridget Payton, Sam Clarkeq FOURTH ROW: Tom Barton, George Clarke, Vickie Sellers, Carmen Latina. BACK ROW: Blaine Keppner, Jack Douglas, Dennie LaCelle, Arne Krulitz, Dick Harwood. ENTERPRISE LAUNDERERS Sc CLEANERS WALLACE PRINTING CO. 706 Hotel Wallace 506-6th Wallace V JU IDR L HIGH ? CHEERLEADERS Right: Linda Lorenz, Jan- ice Brown, eighth grade. Far right: Leanne Salo, Paula Tiitso, seventh grade. li TWIRLERS TOP ROW: Linda Lorenz, Sana Ta- ro. BOTTOM ROW: Jackie Clarke, Sally McRae, Melissa Gill. These girls provided half-time en- tertainment during the year's bas- ketball games. ATLAS BUILDING CENTER WELLMAN CHEVROLET Osbum 210 N. Division Keuogg "MOC LIGHT AND ROSES" Darrold Lauseng and Toni Groves were named ' king and queen of the Junior Prom, "Moonlight and Roses", on April 26, 1968. The 1967 king and queen, Mike Sprute and RaNae Stotelmeyer, crowned them at 11:30 p.m. Presenting the crown to Darrold and Toni were Lynn Morrison and Susan Manthey. CLIZER'S FLORIST 606 Cedar Wallace rgrrr. 5- 11-ur i , lf, 1 x ' 2 . ,Q M 1 mf mmf' V' we " 1 ' W X' ll is r' N Y I." ROY LTY These six stu- dents were chosen as Junior Prom princes and prin- cesses. NA NETTE CLAYPOOL ARNE KRULITZ. IULI SOINI GEORGE CLARKE BUILDING MAINTENANCE AND SUPPLY 722 Bank Wallace MARIA NNE MURRAY RON HAYES I2 J Q .1 , A 4 N 2 E pw it, if Q X vga fa S X3 jr , 'G WM az... "G'Lf-M. , U AW'fZQ'M. 2 K , 1 f PIL, vi! ful 7 Kiki Lv BEST ALL-ROUND PERSONALITY: I5 Arne Krulitz, Elaine Giroux CUTEST: iv f Blaine Keppner, Terri Engebretson CUTEST COUPLE: Ron Hayes, Toni Groves POPULARITY MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED: Maureen McEachern, John Keebaugh MOST ENERGETIC: Carmen Latina, Don Almquist MOST ADMIRABLE: Arne Krulitz, Elaine Giroux mf' ga.. ' lfrifr BEST MANNERED: Maureen McEachern, John Keebaugh MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED: Don Almquist, Kim Smith MOST TALENTED: George Clarke, Terri Hiatt A 8a W ROOT BEER DRIVE-IN Highway 10 West Wallace MOST ATHLETIC: Don Alrnquist, Carmen Latina BEST SENSE OF HUMOR: Dale Lunen, Cynthia Ford fi MOST IRRESISTIBLE: Elaine Giroux, Blaine Keppner POLL BEST LEADERS: Theresa Trexler, Mike Sprute BEST PHYSIQUE AND- FIGURE: MOST SYMPATHETIC: John Keebaugh, Maureen McEachern A PERSON You 'D MOST LIKE TO DATE: Elaine Giroux, Blaine Keppner Russ Moultrie, Terri Engebretson FRIENDLIEST: Mike Sprute, Toni Groves BEST DRESSED: Arne Krulitz, Raeann Ban BUILDERS-HARDWARE CO. Osburn . ANTHONY'S JEWELERS 504 Cedar Wallace AUTOGRAPHS ATHLETICS FOQTBALL P is ,Mae .. f v.- 3'- Ilk! 'sau ' 4 I fav 1: . X :fs .I ,A ' ' w , ,. ., MB .87 J. L1 .K I .L NW .K 4 ,X I .4 I , --'f, f- I I 'QQ IQ- . ,,,,, K. -.,L ,:kb, - In f 4 'N ' QU, I Ly L '.:1 iz:-iwzi: -f1- Q-is-I - W' W W ' is I l Iayrr s i ' 6 fi I I 6 - l R 6 I ' I ' 7 I my 1 . It , It yi C Tiger sees big hole. SCORES Mullan - - - 67 Kellogg - - - - 6 Mullan - - - 14 Plummer - - - -6 Mullan - - - 13 Wallace - - - - 0 Mullan - - - 24 Clark Fork - - - - '7 Mullan - - - 31 Coeur d'A1eneI.V. - - - -14 Mullan - - - 28 Priest River ---- - 6 For .their size the Tigers had a great football season, the only loss being a forfeit of the last game to their rival Kootenai because of in- juries and lack of bodies. Most of the players were willing to play and thought we could have won the last game. Mullan played most of the season with 13 or 14 players. WILMA -SILVER STAR DRIVE -IN THEATRES EAGLE TAXI Wallace - Ogburn 603 Cedar Wallace , pw, , ,A -I .Q M ,,,-"?"E-slid, L ,r 4.1- , A 'Q Q , 0 ,,, ,W I r ,Ati X, 1. Win ,,,,.,, W., 47 TOP ROW fleft to rightj: John Drager, Coachg Clifford Arthur, rnanagerg Raymond Graham, Art Giroux, Mark Hegbloom, Dennis Goggin, managerg Jack Edwards, assistant coach. SECOND ROW: Tom Wofford, Bill Arthur, Blaine Keppner, David Flood, Spike Elwood, Dale Lunen. FRONT ROW: John Goggin, Russ Moultrie, Don Almquist, Mike Sprute, Gary Ford. RUSS MOULTRIE, senior, lr' 5' ,, ls:m""' 4 f . captain ltr' I ,J 1 iff: if , 1 ,- r T . ,,, ,,,,wl1 ' Q j V .I ........ aw-+ A A 154:-'fm-um 1'-gQ:ii?.Qif-. W, DON ALMQUIST Senior, ' MIKE SPRUTE, senior, captain captain ZOOK BROS. AUTO ELECTRIC FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP 902 Bankg Wallace, Idaho 513 Bankg Wallace, Idaho 60 ri! 13 Q Raju' , ' Dennis Goggin, managerg Jack Edwards, assistant coachg John Drager, coachg Clifford Arthur, manager . 1 rgghi' . A. ' f . .2. A ,Q ,'?i y4l?v. .J i ., . .W ,Nw . . ' ' , 3 " me Q. ' a. 'QQ - v -. --Q, , 5" , ' fn R 1 .H . 1 f - Wff A fe , ' 4 ' -f ','i:'f-slim R 4 L. 'vs . Around the end: Don Almquist, Dave Flood, Tom Wofford, Spike Elwood and Russ Moultrie. GENE 'S RADIO SHOP KELLER BUICK CO. 512 Cedarg Wallace 5th and Pine, Wallace 1 1. QR' -1 R, I 'N 7 GQWLQK " ,r ,4- ,. 2 . I., I , -' i ' .- H- STANDING Qleft to righty: Dave Flood, Tom Wofford, Spike Elwood CROUCHING: Blaine Keppner, Bill Arthur, Art Giroux, John Goggin, Russ Moultrie, Mark Hegbloom, Dale Lumen. , Don Almquist, and Gary Ford. Raymond Graham, Mike Sprute, HQ QQIVF urns.-I g ' sf V 'hhiy " End of big gain. Tiger touchdown! Coaches watch Tiger play WALLACE CORNER LOCKHART 'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY 525 Cedar, Wallace 516 Cedarg Wallace -eyw. Y' If REAS 0F I TEREST IN PAVILIO X FX ek Ng My r PCRQQQ- QQ. fr . ! - - .-, X Xxxxi g -S Y. ik R, , i. MCKIM-KISER CO. - General Contractors Osburn 4 . x Aw . ,..,., . JMJ,,..-f""""" Dx --gal- " g ' M..- Standing at the podium is John R. Lovelace, Mullan school superintendent. Others pictured above in- clude the Mullan School Board, Associated Student Body president, Mullan Volunteer Fire Department queen, contractors, architects, and other invited speakers and guests. ,xi GX cj much support. V Dedication was well attended by both young and old. Mullan Jaycees gave Kenneth Smith, MVFD Chief and School Board Chairman, and Darlene Walbridge, MVFD queen, are cutting the rib- bon to the swimming pool, surrounded by many eager on- lookers. HARWOOD'S DRUG STORE EDDIE ANDERSON INSURANCE AGENCY 101 Earle Mullan 192 Mill Road Mullan 'VIL Russ Moultrie, Arne Krulitz, and Don Almquist are holding the trophies the Tigers won during the 1967 1968 basketball season - for district and conference championships and state runner-up. Mullan Mullan Mullan Mullan Mullan Mullan Mullan Mullan Mullan Mullan Mullan Mullan Mullan Mullan 64 SCORES Wallace - - - - 59 Mullan Plummer - - - -67 Mullan Kootcnai - - - -60 Mullan Kellogg JV ----- 40 Mullan St. George ----- 34 Mullan Worley - - - - - -51 Mullan Wallace - - - - 64 Mullan St. Maries - - - - 68 Mullan Lakeland ------ 37 Mullan Kootenai ------ 48 Mullan DISTRICT TOURNAMENT Worley ------- 56 Mullan Plummer ------ 66 STATE TOURNAMENT Murtaugh ----- 59 Mullan Bliss - - - - - 59 BURNS YAAK RIVER LUMBER CO. Osburn Clark Fork Worley - - Clark Fork Kellogg IV Pierce - - Plummer - Lakeland - Pierce - - St. Maries St. George Plummer - Notus - - - M 5 K , N rsh. ,I W L-,M 6 Y L P 'aw is DON ALMQUIST RUSS MOULTRIE Captain RULLMAN'S MEN'S WEAR 85 BOOTERY 416-6th Wallace JOHN KEEBAUGH 66 w DAVE FLOOD KEITH SMITH DALE LUNEN MP- SPIKE ELWOOD ART GIROUX ARNE KRULITZ - QD 1 Q :-,. ALBI'S ALIBI ALLEYS 517 Pine Wallace I 3.--"' BILL ARTHUR TOM WOFFORD GARY FORD FIRST RO,W:, Dennis Goggin, Darrold Lauseng, Blaine Keppner, Ray Graham, Mark I-legbloom. SECOND ROW: Dick Harwood, John Goggin, Dale Noordam, Gary Huffman, Tim Hendricks. THIRD ROW: Ron- ald Morrison, coachg Stephen Hendricks, manager. TIGER JV'S WIN I6, LOSE 4 Coming out on top with a winning season, the JV 's showed a lot of hustle ,and desire under the guidance of their coach, Ron Morrison. CLARKE'S MULLAN DRUG STOVERN SUPPLY CO. 207 Earle Wallace - Kellogg TRACK FRONT ROW fleft to rightj: Cliff Arthur, George Clarke, Dave Flood, Spike Elwood, Don Almquist, Gary Ford. BACK ROW: Mr. Drager, coach, Bill Arthur, Bob Nichols, Tom Wofford, Mark Hegbloom, Raymond Graham, Blaine Keppner, Tim Hendricks, managerg Mr. Edwards, assistant coach. r. was H.. cw Off? no , 4-.. l TRACK MEET SATHER FIELD LOU'S BROKEN WHEEL BOB HAYES CHEVRON SERVICE Come see us! Kellogg 405-5th Wallace .gf FIRST ROW Qleft to rightj: Ricky Decker, Steve Posnick, Raymond Latina Owen Erickson John Baillie William Crawford, Jim Johnson, Mr. Edwards, coach. SECOND ROW Randy Durfee David Nelums John Posnrck, Ron Moreau, Frank Reed, Craig Olson, Joe Keebaugh Ricky Christopherson THIRD ROW Herb Arthur, David Giroux, Gale Hayes, Jack Douglas, John Lambott Sam Davis Mike Ban Tim Wof ford Steve Latina . if USC 'Hu Junior High sports had a very successful year losing only one foot ball game and one basketball game. Coaches Murphy and Edwards were quite pleased about the team's performance and thanked everyone Junior high Cubs lost only two games - one in flag foot- ball and one in bas- ketball. THE SMOKEHOUSE 424-6th Wallace AUTGGRAPH P sv' N--ll s '- ii's 'Qi xii Q , ff 'S LA ' Band and Drill Team march in Wallace Elks Parade. 7I I Best Wishes From A Nice Place to Shop in Kellogg DAVE SMITH CHEVROLET, INC. "North Idaho's Biggest Little Chevy Dealer" 8 l 6 Bank Wallace NORTH IDAHO INSURANCE 8. REALVESTATE Osburn, Idaho Phone 752-ll4l X, AS O REALTORS 'Ci 9 .-,Z5:zQ-f. 3. 5 I0 l .Q WALT CLAYPOOL, Mgr. Phone 744-6664 1, ,K-- .- .. QUALITY is our middle 1"13,I'l'1G. Complete Self- Se rvlce FOOD CENTER THRIFT MEAT MARKET I Northwestern Mining Dept. Wallace, Idaho 4-ff' 5- A SARCO l.3. PRCFESSIONAL DIRECTORY William N. Dire, M,D, F. J. Fitz Gerald, M, D, Ernest E. Gnaedinger, M,D, Albert M. Peterson, M,D, Robert J. Revelli, M,D Charles P. Hibbard, O,D, Robert P. .DWyer, Atty. Charles E. Horning, Atty. H, J. Hull 8: Sons, Attys. Eugene F. McCann, 'Atty. H. F. Magnuson 8: Co. , C. P, A. HECLA MINING CCMPANY l Star, Lucky Friday, and Silver Summit Mines Wallace , Idaho pf Hoo. T ELVE YEAR TOGETHER STANDING, left to right: MIS. Stoker, Mrs. Harlow, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Rusch, Mrs. Macki, Mrs. Ter- rill, Mrs. Nyppeli. FRONT ROW: Maureen McEachern, Valerie Claypool, Bud Hayes, Theresa Trexler Mike Sprute, Debbi Gosline, Alice Keller, Don Almquist, Dave Sellers, Carmen Latina, Ellen Erickson and Chrys LaCe1le. Not pictured, Kim Smith. THE FUTURE FAVORS THE BOLD! Twelve years ago these twelve students met in their first grade room to starttheir school life. The first three years of grade school were full of fun, and in that grade they moved to the new grade school. During the fourth, fifth, and sixth grades they became more sophisticated and started socializing. When they left for junior high school, forty-eight students were in the class. Junior High was quite differentg the rotating system of classes and different teachers for each class weren 't too easy to adjust to. Those two years were full of parties and record dances. The end of junior high brought the picnic at Finney 's Resort, which no one will forget! As freshmen, we got the taste of high school life with all the activities it offered. All joined different organizations and were busy with money-making projects. The sophomore year brought more work and more fun. Our sophomore-freshman party we recall well! Ordering our class rings really set off our sophomore year. Selling concession refreshments, sponsoring more dances, more work Qand funj, and build- ing our wonderful prom, "In the Misty Moonlight, " highlighted our junior year. Oh, yes, and the new athletic pavilion was started. As seniors, we felt quite grown up. Among our memor- ies is going to the state basketball tournament in Lewiston, playing basketball in the new pavil- ion, swimming in the new pool, and, of course, graduation and baccalaureate. It 's said that parting is such sweet sorrow. Well, maybe sog but with the happy times, fond memories, and lasting friendships to aid our sweet sorrow, the future is for the bold - the ones of 1968! ROSSI INSURANCE CO. SUNSHINE MOTEL, CAFE AND INN Bank St., Wallace McConnell Hotel, Kellogg Highway 10 Kellogg .M pw, db 3 DON ALMQUIST - Driver Ed. 15 Semester Honor Roll 25 M Club 1, 2, 3,45 Band 1, 2, 35 Athletic Letter - Football, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 45 Class Pres. 1, 35 Class S.C. Rep. 1, 25 Prom Prince 35 Homecoming Prince 25 Chorus 25 Drama Club 3, 45 Microphone 45 Librarian 15 Galena 45 Ski Club 2, 3,45 FTA 2, 3, 45 Sci. Fair Win- ner 1, 25 Girls' Football Coach 2, 3, 45 Girls' Basketball Coach 4. BEA BECK - Transfer Student from Cheney, Washington5 Honor Roll 45 Driver Ed. 15 Pep Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Art Club President 1, 25 Thespians Pres. 3, Sec. 45 Music Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 15 Swimming Team 25 Golf 15 Black Hawks Staff5 Girls' Athletic Assn.: Baseball 1, 25 Basketball 1, 25 Volleyball 1, 2, 35 Librarian 2. DIANE BROWN - Transfer Student from Roseville, California5 Driver Ed. 35 Varsity Cheerleader 45 Chorus 3, 4. VALERIE CLAYPOOL - Driver Ed. 15 Girls' Football 1, 35 Girls'Basketba1l 45 Chorus 2, 45 Twirler 1, 2, 3, 45 Twirling Teacher 2, 3, 45 Drama Club 45 S.C. Rep. 45 Band 35 Librarian 45 FHA 1, 2, 3,45 FTA 1, 2, 35 Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Club 3, 4, V. Pres. 3, Pres. 45 Sci. Fair Winner 1. TERRI ENGEBRETSON - Driver Ed. 15 S.B. Sec. 45 Girls' Football 1, 35 Varsity Cheer- leader 25 National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Officer 35 Homecoming Queen 25 Prom Princess 35 Chorus 45 Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Sec. 35 Class Treas. 45 Drama Club 25 FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 Officer 2,45 FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 2,45 Drill Team 1, 25 Pep Club 3, 45 Office Worker 45 Sci. Fair Winner 2. ELLEN ERICKSON - Driver Ed. 15 Girls' Basketball 45 Girls' Football 15 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 3,45 FNA 45 FHA 15 FTA 2, 3,45 Pep Club 45 Attendance Award 3,4. ELAINE GIROUX - Driver Ed. 25 S.B. Asst. Treas. 3, Treas. 45 Girls' Football 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 45 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 Prom Princess 35 Homecoming Princess 3, 45 Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Sec. 25 Class Treas. 35 Drama Club 45 Microphone 45 Galena 45 FHA 1,2,3,4, Pres. 4, V. Pres. 3, Reporter 2, Dist. Hist. 35 FTA 35 Drill Team 2, 3, 4, Asst. Drill Leader 3, Drill Leader 4, Pres. 45 Pep Club 3,45 Office Worker 1, 3, 45 Science Undergrad. Award 25 Sci. Fair Win- ner 2. DEBBI GOSLINE - Driver Ed. 15 Girls'Football 1, 3, 45 Microphone 45 Galena 45 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: FNA 45 FHA 1,2, 3, 4, Points Chairman 45 Parliamentarian 35 Drill Team 1, 25 Pep Club 3, 4, Treas. 45 Office Worker 4. BUD HAYES - Driver Ed. 15 Athletic Letter - Football 1, Basketball 25 Prom Prince 35 Drama Club 3, 45 Microphone 45 Band 35 Galena 45 M Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Officer 35 FTA 3, 4. JOHN KEEBAUGH - Basketball 3, 45 Track 35 National Honor Society 3, 45 Chorus 45 Semester Honor Roll 3, 45 Band 35 Librarian. 45 Boys' State Alternate 35 History Un- dergrad. Award 3. ALICE KELLER - Driver Ed. 15 Microphone 3, 4, Circulation Editor 45 Librarian 25 Ga- lena 3, 45 FHA 1, 25 FTAIJ2, 3, 45 Drill Team 2.29 CHRYS LACELLE - Driver Ed. 15 Trampoline Team 35 Chorus Accompanist 45 Semes- ter Honor Roll 1, 3, 45 Drama Club 15 Band 1, 45 Librarian 45 FNA 4, Pres. 45 FHA 15 FTA 45 Semester Attendance 3, 45 Sci. Fair Winner 1. LINDA LAHTI - Driver Ed. 25 Girls' Football 3, 45 Microphone 45 Librarian 45 Galena 45 FNA 4, V. Pres. 45 FHA 1, 2,3,4, Degrees Chairman 45 Drill Team 1,25 Pep Club 3, 4. CARMEN LATINA - Driver Ed. 15 Girls' Football 1, 35 Girls' Basketball 45 National Hon- or Society 3, 45 Chorus 25 Semester Honor Roll 1,2, 3, 45 Class Treas. 25 Band 1,2, 3,45 Ski Club 1,2, 3, Pres. 35 FHA 1,2.3,4, Treas. 3, Dist. Reporter 3, Projects Chairman 45 Girls' State Alternate 3. NAT LUNEN - M Club 3,45 Athletic Letters - Track, Football 35 S.C. Rep. 45 FTA 4. MAUREEN MCEACHERN - Driver Ed. 15 National Honor Society 2, 3, 45 S.C. Rep. 3, Sec. 45 Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Sec. 45 Drama Club 4, Pres. 45 Q-gl rophone 45 Band 1, 3,45 Galena 45 Ski Club 1,2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 45 FNA 4, Corr. Sec 45 FHA 1,2,3,4, Sec. 2, Deg. Chairman 3, V. Pres. 45 FTA 1,2,3, Sec. 25Drill Team 1,2,3,4, V. Pres. 2, Treas. 3, S.C. Rep. 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Office Worker 45 Sci. Fair Winner 3. RUSS MOULTRIE - Driver Ed. 15 Athletic Letters - Football 2, 3,4, Basketball 45 Prom Prince 35 Homecoming Prince 3, 45 Chorus 35 Drama Club 3, 45 Microphone 45 Band 25 Galena 45 M Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 45 Ski Club 2, 3,45 FTA S.C. Rep.5 Office Work er 25 Sci. Fair Honorable Mention. REGGIE MULLINS - Chorus 2, 35 Microphone 45 Galena 45 Office Worker 2. JACK PANKEY - Transfer Student from Sitka, Alaska. LAUREL PENA - Trampoline Team 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' Football 1, 3, 45 Girls' Basketball 45 Chorus 1,45 Band 1,45 FHA 1,2. LINDA Pl-IELPS - Driver Ed. 15 Microphone 3, 4, Exchange Editor 45 Librarian 1, 25 Ga- lena 3, 45 FHA 1, 25 F,TA 1, 2, 3, 4. DAVE SELLERS - Driver Ed. 15 Athletic Letters - Football, Track 1, 25 Athletic Man- ager - Track 15 Chorus 45 Librarian 1, 2, 35 M Club 1, 3. KIM SMITH - Driver Ed. 15 Girls' Football 1, 35 Varsity Cheerleader 3, 45 J.V. Cheer- leader 1,25 Prom Princess 35 Chorus 3,45 Class S.C. Rep. 45 Band 1, 3, 45 Ski Club 1,2, 3, 4, Sec. 35 FHA 1,2,3,45 Pep Club 3,4, S.C. Rep. 45 Drill Team 1,25 Of- fice Worker 4. MIKE SPRUTE - Driver Ed. 15 S.B. Pres. 4, V. Pres. 35 Athletic Letters - Football 1,2, 3,4, Basketball 1,2, 35 Ed. Galena 45 National Honor Society 2, 3,45 Prom King 35 Boys' State Delegate 35 Semester Honor Roll 1, 2, 3, 45 Class V. Pres. 1, 35 Class Pres. 45 Asst. Ed. Galena 35 Microphone 45 M Club 1,2, 3, 4, V. Pres. 45 FTA 3, 45 Hist. Undergrad. Award 25 Sci. Fair Winner 1. RANAE STOTELMEYER - Driver Ed. 15 Girls'Football 15 Prom Queen 35 Semester Honor Roll 45 Microphone 45 Galena 45 Librarian 2, 3, 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 45 FTA 1, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, S.C. Rep. 45 Pep Club 4. THERESA TREXLER - Driver Ed. 15 Girls' Football 1, 35 Girls' State Delegate 35 Semes- ter Honor Roll 1, 3, 45 Class S.C. Rep. 1, 35 Class Pres. 25 Class V. Pres. 45 Drama Club 25 Microlhone 45 Librarian 45 Galena 45 Ski Club 1, 2, 3, 45 FHA 1, 2, 3, 4, Chapter Officer 3, snare 45 FTA 1, 2, 3, 45 Officer 3, Pres. '45 Drill Team 1, 2, 3, Officer 35 Pep Club 3, 4, Officer 45 Office Worker 35 Betty Crocker Homemaker Of Tomorrow Award 4. PAULA WOLFE - Driver Ed. 15 Girls' Football 1, 3,45 Girls' Basketball 45 Microphone Editor 45 National Honor Society 3, 4, V. Pres. 45 Chorus 35 Semester Honor Roll 2, 3,45 Microphone 3, 45 Librarian 45 Galena 3, 45 Ski Club 3, 45 FHA 1, 2,45 FTA 45 Pep Club 3, 45 Sci. Fair Honorable Mention. 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