Murray High School - Crest Yearbook (Murray, UT)

 - Class of 1965

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F AK ' ' I xxxk ff If 4 ', I X Rl L N , L ff 1 A 4 X 3. G 6 O11 DESTI QM 9 W i alll 'fl I - ku I ' e wo fr day to day, all our activities and attitudes are subtly and in ' y s a ng the pattern of the future. Our associations and activities are M t onl alf ' the school, but are molding our characters, preparing us for life J as us itizens and community members. These years in high school are those I rmation, a time when youth becomes adult. Our days at Murray High are, 0 nh qany 'ng else, CARVING OUR DESTINY. WI? ,MA f MQ qrjlpmlwl IQ Um ontents ADMINISTRATION PAGE 4 CLASSES PAGE 14 ORGANIZATIONS PACE 54 SPORTS GE 80 ACTIVITIES A 'E 100 xx X' Q W ,cf I Xxx ll O in XXX fa QL 5 IPC! l 'Q X Of Z' Xvwv , RX? ff X QA: 54' Q0 le IZ' Z ' A I J , l ,er,rrrr rrrrrerr X 1' V XX ,.,,.. ........ Qz.'3f.Q.,., to ' R I ya r is O sift A N- S I - . N, lx ry ll! A it X H A Y ittii Jf 1 f I' f' X X K Xa X' I' P' A j -'I I .' fl, X, ' Q . -4 ' 5 71:2 N-A Lf L' W' f' gf X X. X ,f 'iff-'X - f ' A Q A Uh K X, J' X K " " lf' JU I O V, J 'Li X K ,e ,' AZ'-2X ' Jfxl F I fl X x N X' "I If f - Xml 1 fl ' w 'I ' Q N K x "' X l. ' X ' X'-si I Y E C, Lalslji . 1 J, XR f' X ,I lp N , XXAN ' K in ' I X jj- I 4 I T b-,:p1!- iff! f V J C ld ., A -N r , 1, g I, ,V . s""J', A A ' I if J M ff f The technical aspect of running a high school was aptly handled by 1. Easton Parratt and the District Administration, whose planning and advice kept our year's activities balanced and met the demands of our expanding needs. Briant Stringham President I. Easton Parratt Superintendent Paul S. Rose ' t O t Vice President rw Administration Kenneth Simper Board Member Earl Healy Herbert Spencer Arthur Bishop E. Varian Mortensen Board Member Board Member Dir. of Bus. Admin. Dir. of Secondary Ed B. G. Bertelson Principal Assistant Principal Ray Oliverson has been a very important helper in Murray Highis administration this past year. lt was he who kept the students informed through the daily announcements. He served behind the scenes in many activities necessary to keep the schedule working smoothly. His in- dustry and diligence is deeply appreciated by all of us. Principal The fine scholastic programs made available to the students this year, the many enjoyable activities, and the business and administrative affairs of the school were all planned with care and attention by our principal, B. G. Bertelson. His helpful attitude toward the schoolis progress has rnade possible the advances we have enjoyed in 1964-'65. Ray Oliverson Assistant Principal Stephen Barrett Gaylen Beazer Deanna Bemdgen Jean Bishop Maurice Campbell Social Problems 8: Art English, Speech, 61 Drama Counselor dz English Driver's Ed., Health P E Business Law acult Our teachers have been the most important single force in guiding us, giving unseliishly of their time, knowledge, and energy to make us better and wiser individuals. They have trained not only our minds but our characters, teaching us the basic virtues of respect, industry, and co- operation. We, the student body to whom they have devoted their lives, Wish to re-emphasize the gratitude and appreciation we feel for them. Daphne Carter Anna Christensen jean Duke Sandra Fehr Dale Geddes English Bookkeeping 61 Shorthand Type, Business English, P.E., Boosters, 6: Physiology Attendance Counselor Ollice Practice, Shorthand, Driving, 6: Physiology 8: Transcription v' ' ' V f . f s f X i g, qi, 4, Af 1. if , I -9 i Bruce Goodrich Iohn Griffiths Barbara Barbara Hrdy Shorland Ilunsakcr Mathematics, Space Science, Metals CY Auto Maintenance Type, 61 Business English American History 61 Ck Physics Social Problems Phebe Innes Dean Jensen Maurme William johnson Counselor Biology 6: Earth Science Music Linda Kcctch Andrea Larsen Sam Moore LeRoy Morris William Murphy English English Speech 61 Debate English 6: Creative VVriting Social Problems Donald Muir Donald Nielsen Doreen Nielsen Leugene Olsen Eugene Overson American History CY Type Biology, Zoology, 61 Botany Domestic Arts M 'ic , I dllSf.1'lZll Arts Bl Crafts Egg m,g,+Qs'Qw E3-Quad Jean Partridge janet Reeve Wayne Reid Burgess Robinson Bertha Ruf Art Chemistry 6: Algebra P.E.. 81 ealth Biology 6: American History French Sc German l N if v . l g Q Jw v. f I u EQ Lynwood Savage Kent Smith James Spencer Aviation 8: Mechanical American History, World American History 6: Drawing History, Sz Athletics World History David West Lloyd Winn Duane Young Counselor Geometry ISI Algebra Trigonometry, Geometry 6: Algebra Elizabeth Sullivan Ilclen Ward School Living 51 Psychology English 8: journalism Cleo Bowen Myrtle Somsen Office Workers . 'lf A. Officers Left to Right, Row One: Gloria Oldham, Pearl Pace, and Elsie Mines Row Two: Ray Oliverson, Bryce G. Bertelson. Putting Democracy into action, our xeeiitive Council Left to Right, Row One: Judy Dyches, Jon Jensen, Steve Brinton, Kent Jensen, Lynn Challis. Row Two: Karen Olsen, Roy Ames, Jeril Winget, Frank Stringham, Ron Cod- frey, Sue Arthurs. ' With the furthering of the students: Welfare at heart, the members of the Executive Council met with each other to plan for the activities and affairs of the school. Their work kept the schedule operating efficiently and served the wishes of both facility and student body members. Representative Council class representatives regularly solic- ited criticisms and suggestions from the students and reported to the Executive Council. Through the ac- tivities of these people, the voice of the majority was carried to the administrative departments and made effective. Left to Right, Row One: Allen Mulvey, Susan Brissell, Jackie Bell, Judy Dyches, Jon Jensen, Steve Brinton, Kent Jensen, Nancy Ruben, Caylene Spencer, Paige Simper, Burr Dallof. Row Two: LaVar Densley, Steve Lavigne, Dave Chavis, Scott Heal, Frank Stringham, Larry Taylor, Bob Breckenridge, Ken Serre, Brent Winget, Lynn Bloxham, Robert Hale, Lon Durrant, Jim Vicchrilli, Roger Sperry, Paul Wright. Row Three: Nalene Dalton, Beth Rugg, Kathy Taylor, Jolene Johnson, Marcia Ottley, Diane Lim- berg, Ilene Bilingbroke, Alta Axtell, Rena Divine, Sharon Limberg, Suzanne Vicchrilli, John Greenwood, Larry Sidwell. ooks The kitchen staff of Murray High is as important a part of the machinery of the school as any business or administrative facility, as the students who participated in the hot lunch program well know. The cooks spent many hours of thought and work to make each week's lunches nourishing and attractive, and their contribution is appreciated. 79..- Left to Right: Cleofa Browning, Wanda Ellison, Norma Bamey, Ethel Fortune, Betty Stacey, Eva Richard, Absent Virginia Maxfield. Custo dians Left to Right: Will Chase, Artie Bronson, Roland Pond, Henry Ruseler, Glen McLain, Lawrence Eyre. Our school was always kept clean and neat, thanks to the hard work of our squadron of custodians, led by Mr. Pond. The halls and classrooms were a pleasure to look at and be in be- cause of their spotlessness. Our cus- todians have done an excellent job this year and deserve our congrat- ulations. With Steve Brinton at the helm of Murray High, the school progressed in many ways. His friendly manner and genuine interest in the welfare of the students combined with his in- telligence and hard Work to make his administration one of the most il- lustrious in our history. l Steve Brinton President Student Bod Oflptcers Ion jensen's membership in the student gov- ernment was an asset not only to the President, who found his aid invaluable, but to the entire student body. His industrious spirit, his loyalty, and his constructive ideas were highly instru- mental in achieving this yearis many successes. Ion Iensen Vice President Kent Jensen, the Hrst male secretary in many years, aptly proved that a gentleman can handle the paperwork and business records of the school as well as any lady. He has given a great deal in the way of support of worthy activities, en- thusiam, and time to make his term in oflice a fine one. Kent Iensen Secretary Our historian this year was one of the most charming and outstanding students, gifted with energy, ability, and school spirit. Iudy Dyches has put all her efforts toward keeping the record of Murray High in an interesting, original, and accurate manner. Judy Dyches Historian H994 The Sophomores, juniors, and Seniors have combined their talents and e to make the year's activities lively and cooperative. Each class contrib d l and enthusiam tow king Murray High a uniied, fast-moving or , MP iw W3 . J J 1 N V ' w Mika PW 1 ' 0 Arwf' Q2-Sv-"""" Vjsftllyfwlv 69 'Q of tel . W QQEVQKMKMS5 A Qgigvfffi-M A i M 'X ' xg Senior Class Offwers U . I CL kk I rl' In Q L' Vx AY Lic XEVXEN-KC' lvfk OA? Q it ll l1A5lT G lkf R-in-JS W X SD M l or 4 7? 2 ' L i l lb tti NL D Q wx 'Q MlDQQ K M Cl M Q Ax Q4 CX ol 'QA-eil Left to Right: Roy Ames, Presidentg Kent Fitzgerald, Vice Presidentg Sue Arthurs, Senior Representativeg Sharyl Robertson, Secretary. The Senior Class officers of 1964-'65 have worked hard to make this year the best ever. Their outstanding leadership has been a tremendous help to all students who looked to them. w 1 Seniors Noel Bcrtclson Barbara Blake Davicl Bickham Randy Black JoAnn Bills Richard Blatnick JoAnn Bishop Ron Bloomquist Clayton Bodily Rosemarie Boel jim Bowers Randy Boydstun Bruce Boggess 1 Christine Braithwaite Paul Brown Sally Breinholt Raymond Brown Steve Brinton Sherry Buckway Susan Brissell Ruth Burningham Pat Brown Dave Burton ffglfviiil wf mx if? 'lf I 'ex , f VW T." 1 'N lu.. 'YR Qs if Mi V N 5 .fiafizr aw vii' 'hw 8 ff 51 -0: rw. f -- N A if is Sheri Rappleye Judy Robinson Seniors Pat Redd Alan Rinehart Shuryl Robertson Dee Rowland Nancy Ruben Beth Rugg n.....4" Kathy Russell jon Self Richard Shaw Joe Sugendorf Pete Serrano Larry Siclwell Tony Scallion Ken Scrre Jane Sim-vers Yvonne Schmidt Ann Scrrup XVillis Simmons Vincy Seegmiller junice Shampton Jack Simpcr ,U- -'f-2 'QF' 95,135 Ej""1 1 3,4 K 5 ,:w,,W,., K A a.. Q X, WS bf if r 5- 8' ,..a , if 'QQ ,lv ,I M Wm 2 mu , 3 3E4"'r1f3r,,.-ww Lurxkx 'www W, Y x N 'Il Left to Right, Row One: Ieril Winget, Presidentg Gary Blair, Vice President. Row Two: Karen Olson, Junior Representativeg Karen Draper, Prom Chairmang Susan White, Secretary. unior Class Oflicers The largest and one of the most enthusiastic classes Was headed by these officers for 1964-,65. The Junior Prom continued to be one of the most outstanding social events of the year. It will long be remembered by all who attended it. These officers led the class through a very suc- cessful year of achievement. , .. . ,U iw. - '. 9 f SQWWE A HEX ' 'lil Dan Adams Craig Allsop Ronald Averett David Bennett Lynda Bloxham Shelby Brewer Scott Adams Clayton Alniquist Douglas Bailey Penny Bennett Lynn Bloxliam Kathy Brown jessica Allan Craig Anderson Bob Bardsley Sue Bensen Linda Bollshweiler La Rec Brown Karen Allen Terry Anderson Marcia Beanard David Bilanzich Bonnie Bonner Lynette Brown Frankie Allinark XVayne Anderson jay Beekstead Ron Bird Fred Booth Randy Brown Marii Allred janet Ashby Kathey Beebe Cary Blair Bob Borden Barbara Browning Bon Allred Alice Atwood jerry Bell David Lee Blatnick Dorrine Bowers jack Bruno 1l11iO1'S ,-.. N lf? Diane Buckley jesse Burbidge Pam Burgon Craig Butcher Sam Butchereit jim Butler Sharon Campbell Deanna Chapman Louise Clark Colleen Coon Sherrilyn Dahle Scgtt Cnnngn Kay Child Dana Callings Craig Cooper Burr Dallof Judie Carpenter Lynda Christensen jim Comas Fred Cory Murray Dalton Diane Carter Vance Christensen Steve Conde Janice Coult Douglas Davidson Cgllgen Casaday Paul Christian Lenny Constantine Terry Crittenden Klint Day Paul Cuthey Dennis Christiansen Ilene Coochwytewa Kurt Crocker Marty dejong Annie Cook jill Cushing Thomas DeNiro '-N Vicki Denney Rohert Deputy Cherie Derosier Ilelene Diekrnzni Bonnie Dinnniek Gloria Divine K1lI'l'Il Draper Linda Draper Craig Dunn l,on Dnrrunt Vicki Eutehel Doug Eddington llick Ellison Neal Erekson .4-6 X .IQ Terry Erekson Linda Erickson Shannon Erickson Arthur Evans Put Fuwson Hon Fcrrin Dawn Fjerrnstead f..4 fx lx IXEI Eddie Flink Elliot Foote Ronald Forman Steve Franne june Fredriekson john Fllllll1l'I' Edythe Fnllrner Terry Gardner Mzirtlm Cates Ilene Gilhespic Czirolee Coll' Jeanie Gomez Bonnie Gorman Dennis Green Lois Green Susan Green john Greenwood lsuee Gutierrez llolmert Ilzlle Keith llziles Ken llannlmlin ,.t A Louise Hamilton Jimmy Haws Ira Higginson ll11i,O1'S Jann Hansen Scott Heal Gloria Hollins Karen Jackman Leslie Johnson Lynn Knighton Reenic Hansen Rita Hill George Holcombe Brian Jackson Carolyn Johnstone Dennis Koolhof Jeannie Hardman Steve Hill Robert Holmes Donald Jacobsen Greg Jonas Susan LaGant Dave Harris Rosali Hilton Linda Hunt Karla Jacobsen Dawna Jones Calvin Latsis Tom Harris Colleen Higginson Scott Isaacson Kathy Jensen Gary Jones Cathy Leflcr Carma Jessop Kathy Kennell Scott Lester Jim Jolmson Karen Kenyon Rusty Lloyd Becky Peterson Kathleen Poulsen Pam Ralston Cygi Reesa Kathy Peterson Kathy Poulsen Linda Rappleye Carol Reeves Maryann Peterson Ernie Prather Sandy Ratterman Dan Reid Mike Peterson Sue Probert Kathy Recd Ronald Reiter Linda Ricci Kent Rice Rolayne Richardson Dennis Riddle Robert Romney Susan Rosernan Ann Rush Patti Sclnnidt Bruce Shand Mike Sharnpton Beverly Shaw Steven Shepherd jerry Shorter Dorthy Sievers Gerald Simmons LaConna Simpcr Linda Simper . MM eg 'G rw gm MPM Mary jane Barnes Paul Christian txt i"" If liick WViseman Jolene VVolliey Carla Worlund Paul Wright Cary Zabriskie Duane Wissler jerry Wood Carolyn WVright Pauline Yates Gayle Zaugg joel Vfolfley Darlene VVoolsey Craig Wright Verlynn Youngberg Linda Lee NVhiting ln Memoriam David Swensen, a member of the junior Class of Murray High, died from injuries suf- fcrcd in an automobile acci- David Swensen dent on September 18, 1964. Our sincere sympathy and condolences go to his family and friends. 1 'Ks you like, GAS You Like Itf' Xvhilt bvll? Studying or Waiting? XVhat clsc do we do in English? fb WV AM Y.-7 'gf' Nnnr 3 Left to Right: Ron Godfrey, Presidentg Lynne Challis, Representativeg Brent Pitt, Vice Presidentg Cherie Pitt, Secretary. Sophomore Class Cffwers Led by their officers-Bon Godfrey, Brent Pitt, Cherie Pitt, and Lynne Challis - the sophomores have begun the work of carving their destinies with enthusiasm. They have added a fresh new atmosphere to Murray High, having brought their distinctive and original talents to the fore in many fields. They can confidently look forward to more enjoyable years here at school. 1 1 1 Sophomores Richard Cassellxury joylyn Christiansen jeff Crane Larry Chadwick Lynne Challis Don Chase Boh Cherrington Mike Christensen Valerie Church Donald Clegg Jeannie Coleman Vicki Conde Chris Cornwall jim Crossley Hal Cnllimore David Curtis Naleen Dalton Cayle Dainmonn Pan Dansie Shirley Davies Valrie Davis Karen Daw Ln Reen Day Greg Delgado Rena Divine Linda Duteher Steve Dntcher RaN ae Eatehel Vern Ellefsen Brent Erickson Fred Erickson jackie Erickson Linda Evans Mickey Evans George Finnegan Terry Fithian Jeanie Fitzgerald Kent Foote Rickey jackson Janis johnson Bruce Kartchner Rodney Kirby sophomores H 5, Carl Jensen Sandra jcnscn Shirley Jensen Lcon jcssop Cary johnson Laurel johnson Mary johnson Robin johnson Vicki johnson Pat Judy Sandra Karaica Charlene Keesler David Kemp Joel Kertamus Rocky Kimhrough Renon Klossner Rodney LcBaron Kay Kogelschatz Ronald Kollar Dale Lamhson Vicki Larsen Larry Lewis Diane Lixnherg Kathy Lindsay Ann Livingston Ruth Lundberg Randy Mace Pat Macke Craig Maddox Kathy Madina Karen Madson judy Mandeles Sandi Marler Cary Mauchley Linda Maxfit-ld Maxine Mecham Linda Mines Kathy MeCaul Annette Meads Michael Montoya Colleen Mcflloy Arlene Meehling Beverly Mortenson Brent McDonald Gloria Medici jimMullen Roherta McGinnis Susan Menlove Alan Mulvey Mike Meljherron Legena Meyer Brent Munson Linda Meeham Paul Miller Alan Murray Rohert Nell Pam Newcomb Tom Nicolaicles Larry Nordell Russ Ogden Mary Ohlwiler Linda Oliver llohyne Oliver Shirley Oliver David Olsen Ben Ortega Emma Orton Susan Otterstroni Ken Oveson Melody Pace Chris Pack Tonia Prince Diane Price Sherie Palmer jeanne Parker Sandra Parker Suzanne Pearson Brent Pitchforth Patty Polster jon Reynolds jeanne Peterson Brent Pitt Debbi Rakes Mike Richardson Sophomores jim Peterson Cherie Pitt I,ouAnn Randell Tim Roberts Donna Pearson Dave Plott Chris Rangloek Carol Robinson Dave Pickard Dale Potter john Reed Sandra Robinson Deniee Pipella Don Potter Angela Reynolds Rhonda Rogers ', Mary Sadler Pam Sainsbur Danny Sclnnicllt Mary Sehnring Richard Seely Ralph Serrano Linda Sessions Dianne Sharp 'l'znnra Sheperd Devera Shields Mary Siler jnlee Siinper Linda Sleigh! Allen Slnsher 1 Jimmy Wolf Vickie Woodward Ieane Wright Suzanne Wright Cot him! 1 Chow down, Chow hounds! '01 Ya want to know what else I've got in my pocket? Who let the chemistry students in the kitchen? 'P andicls just waiting for a light! I 2' 3, Yum, Yum! What else is for HOT lunch F? Autographs Pictures not available SENIORS Jeanne Bastian Connie Bateman Torn Berryman Karan Bird Byron Bleazard James Campkin Ron Cook Larry Dalton Dennis Douglas David Downs Sally Eakins Greg F airbourn Jack Finnegan James Frear John Graves Betty Harris Tom Higginson Nancy Hoffman Steve Iverson Dona Jensen Gale Kostusak Bonnie Logan Glen Martinson Dennis Morgan Ed Morrison Dennis Murray Richard Nelson Robert Pearson Ralph Perrella John Pino Ealene Randolph Frank Roseman Dee Rowland Camille Russell David Sine Richard Slusher John Stephans Duane Sutherland Lee Ann Tuckey Rosina Valdez Larry Wells Karen Wester Bruce Wyman Lynda Zaugg JUNIORS Rebecca Adams Kent Anderson Kirk Anderson Douglas Atwood Joey Badovinatz Dennis Ballaine Richard Bennett Dallas Bock Eddie Box Howard Brown Kim Browning Bob Butcher Glen Carlson Paul Clint Susan Cook Dennis Dammann Mike Daniels Richard Dennis Randy Douglas Pennie Dwyer Craig Ekker Craig Erickson Brian F eakes Patricia Frost Jerry Gillespie Dannie Godfrey Reesa Gygi Mike Hall Richard Hampton Mike Hansen Layne Hardman Kent Heaps Mike Hogan Dennis Iverson Karen Jensen Jacky Johnson Shirley Jones Leona Kenney Rosilyn Kittle Richard Kniss Doug Koncar Penny Koolhof Larry LaPearle Gregg Larson George Lathrop Dean Levorsen Jon Llewellyn Larry Madison JoAnn Meadows Laurel Millet Diana Mitchell Judy Mitton Jess Montoya Terr Morgan Michlael N eiswender Keith Nielson Tucker Nipko Jimmy Orvin Craig Ovard Chris Palmer Mike Pazell Leonard Pilati Ronald Porter Tom Poulos Ray Ross Rick Seggemian John Serivener Terry Skraznos Steve Smith Johnny Steele Max VVhiting Linda Lee Whiting Dennis Whiddison Robert Wirthlin Richard Wittenbach SOPHOMORES John Allen Christine Andrus Barbara Bateman Paul Billings Bruce Blatnick Fred Booth Dave Burgess Danny Cannon Darwin Carlson Linn Chamberlain Sandra Chase Roy Cummins Dennis Davies Carole Deshlar Dennis Diamond Fred Dyches Kent Edwards Jim Finch Dan Fisher Ricky Flores Gary Frear Brent Fullmer Jeani Guest Linda Hampton Dean Hardman Ivan Hodges Bill Holt Joe Jimenez Kent Johnson Lynn Johnson Gordon Jones Reva Kenny Quinton Kersh Richard Kittle Mary Knapton Marie LaSalle Jerry Laboto Kathy Main Gregg McMillan Jackie Meadows Brent Munson Linda Nicholl Crecgg Nordggren Fre Pace Pete Palmer John Pary Randall Potts Scott Price Janet Reynolds Irma Romero David Sagendorf Rodney Samuelson Clark Sidwell Armond Smurthwaite Sterling Snarr Ed Spencer Steve Spenst Gary Steele Bile Stihl Lynn Sugden Randy Swenson Denny Scott Virginia Tatton Mark Taylor Sandra Ta lor Richard Thayn Robert Tripp Eddie VanderMeide Richard Van Straten Kathryn Vickers Bill Wack Charloet Wardle Darrell Widdison Jimmy Wolf Vickie Woodward Jean Wright Jeanette Wright Suzanne Wright Steve Young Terry Young OR W W Q AN ZATIONS Some of the hardest-working and most helpful students in the school con- tributed immeasurable time and effort to making the various school organizations eflieient and Worthwhile. Those who participated in any of these extracurricular activities found the experiences educational and rewarding, and the entire student body benefited from their endeavors. VW Connie Oliver Editor Mrs. Ward Advisor Murray G - ound The eagerly-awaited school publication, the Murray Co-Round, was circulated among the students seven times this year. Its information and entertainment-filled pages gave us an enjoyable change of pace and often highlighted important social events by appearing on the days of such activities. Connie Oliver, Editor, and her advisor, Mrs. Ward, have done an excellent job in their journalistic undertakings. Roy Ames Jeanne Bastian Sports Correspondence Susan Brissell Sherrie Buckway Sherrilyn Dahle Ioni Farrell Editorial Reporter News Columnistic Fashion Iv Sue Caisford DcAnn Hansen Jann Ilansen Cherry Ilealy News Feature Reporter Reporter o " A f I .. 9 .- Q it 7, . Colleen Higginson Marsha Litson Linda Manwill David Mash Business Manager Reporter Editorial Business Manager on an NVillard Morris Brent Oldham Karen Olsen Jay Pehrson Photographer Bookkeeper Colnmnistic Editorial Reporter Jon Self Paige Simper Steven Steele Sports Business Manager Reporter Sl" Kathy Williamsen Assistant Editor 55 Crest Staff ,.. ,nr Nancy Hoffman Editor Gloria Divine The entire student body has long waited for the crowning touch to the year's finish - the re- lease of the yearbook, a volume that will long be cherished by all as a memento of 1964-65 at Assistant Editor Mr. Mon-is Pam Burgon Advisor Organizations Robyn Strachan Karen Jackman Rick Ellison Carol Kirkham Trudy White Copy 6: Art Activities Sports Classes Classes Q. 99999 - .Ir . 9 1 ft lll x X jackie Divine Editor Murray High. Jackie Divine and Nancy Hoff- Willard Morris man, assisted by Willard Morris and Gloria Assistant Editor Divine as co-editors, supervised and aided in the hard work and long hours contributed by the staff to make this Crest one of our finest. . f ," f . ,f cf V- fvllfw i .A 'T , 6166411 flwmfln-.1 f ' 14 'if' Elica - A75 Xia 42 fl ff 7' A ,jf 7,'p7XP I MC! f'7 ' V Bi? F 0 ffl! PM K A ' i Dixie Mitehell Mr. lieazer Vf 511.61 f fit, fe if , KC, A ZH Organizations Advisor C, Judy Ellison Steve Visher Brian Feakes Kathy Kirk Sharon Campbell Classes Photographer Sports Activities Art As in years gone by, our Tiger Club has aided the students at Murray High to find their seats in assemblies and also in maintaining order throughout the assemblies and other activities. Sheldon Butler President ikger Club Mr. Dee Jensen Advisor all Q I XX Roy Ames Ron Bird Gary Blair Steve Brinton Burr Dallof LaVar Densley Doug Bailey Randy Black Jim Bowers Alan Maxwell LaMar Densley Paul Densley if S E, .ZX X N fx if., 1 i L Ron Ferrin Kent Fitzgerald john Greenwood Dave Harr jon Jensen fe sir. .K', 'V , Q 6 7 If N Q 5 , ,X KL ' - X 5 . x 5" Q 3' Q - L' Ax a g T 4 if X 'Q i . '5- .O i ,.., s , Q . K L ig-X , LN ' 1 Kent Jensen Steve Lavigne Craig Lott Layne Marshal Larry Miller XVilIard Morris Floyd Nye Larry Rice Ken Serre 3 Craig Snyder Roger Sperry Frank Stringham Danny Thomas Y A - 6 x N N 2 pn. 'it W Y-rf 'E N K. I If eg' fig ei! Craig Theuson jerry Towers Cary Vance jim Vicchrilli A ,. 1 X y N .Rl W EZ . w 1 Q R Steve Visher Brent WVinget jeril Winget Craig VVitt PM The girls of our pep club displayed indefati- gable energy, ceaseless dedication, and enthu- siasm that wouldn,t quit in almost unbelievable quantities this year as they strove to spark the spirit of the team and the student body. Their activity served as an inspiration to all who watched them generate support for the games. Vincy Seegmiller President O0Sf61'5 Mrs. Fehr Advisor Augustina Amador Lou Arthurs Sue Arthurs Nancy Astle Alta Axtell Sherry Bagley Iackie Bell Susan Brissell me Q , .6 'SX x..':v?'f C Pat Brown Rene Chadwick Ruth Burningharn Julia Christensen Marie Butler Judy Dyches Nancy Cannon Joni Farrell Lenora Cathey Sue Caisford Sherry Handy Judi Hanney DeAnn Hansen Kathy Harr Sharron Iverson Cheryl Jackman Kathy Kirk Sharon Limberg Donna Jessop Carol Kirkham Kendra Madsen Sylvia Johnson Rebecca Knight Ann Marsden LeeAnn Jones Mary Lester Julie Mechling Kim Mulder Merlynn Peterson Sheri Rappleye Jolene Murray JoAnn Pezely Pat Redd Connie Oliver Claudia Poulsen Shfzryl Robertson Sandra Pehrson Robyn Pugmire Cglmille Russell Janice Shampton Ilene Tueller Kathy Williamson Paige Simper Gayle Tumer Vickie Willson Mary Stauffer joan Walker Linda Zaugg Richard Neal President Kafclab Dennis Douglas if? W A 31 L 'rg if --1" Q so nj K V . X. A X -.9 Bruce Shand f 'H i..-2: I le . vy -'V 4' .R Mr. Young Advisor Murray High's Key Club, led by Richard Neal and Paul Christian, per- formed many valuable services for the school this year, most important of which was the publication and distribution of the M-book, our student directory. They also sponsored candy sales and spirit contests, all of which helped promote good feeling and enthusiasm among the Spartans. Mark Hansen Richard Shaw Bruce Boggess Q ' 'i it 5' wr xl ll: i Ken Kenyon Larry Lovell jack Simper Richard Spencer Sam Butchereit Paul Christian ' '. I 3.1 L Dennis Riddle David Wright Led by Brent Winget and Dan Summers, this year,s Spartan Menis Association enjoyed a very active and pro- ductive season. They took the lead in generating enthu- siasm and participating in worthwhile activities. Their record will be a hard one for succeeding classes to beat. Brent Winget President Spartan Meds Association Dan Summers Ken Serre Craig Thueson Steve Visher Vice President Secretary Senior Senior Representative Representative E St ei pp E Y, ,, 2 . Mr. West Scott Heal joel Madsen Dave Kemp Greg McMillan Advisor junior junior Sophomore Sophomore Representative Representative Representative Representative .vp 1 . , v.,v...,..,,..-v.,...,.,T.,.,-v-....-..--.--- .v Y ,W an - The Murray Associated Girls established itself as one of the busiest and most helpful organizations in the school with its many activities. These included the Sadie Hawkins assembly and dance and the Sub for Santa pro- gram at Christmas. The club's programming was carried out by Kathy Kirk, President, and Colleen Casaday, Vice-President. Kathy Kirk President Muna Associated Girls 1 Colleen Casaday Shauna Bennion Sherry Handy Vice President Secretary Historian DeAnn Hansen Sheri Rappelye Colleen Mullestien Devera Shields Mrs. Innes Two-year Senior junior Sophomore Representative Representative Representative Representative ranch-German lub Sue Arthurs Larry Rice President President hespian lub Left to Right, Row One: Jeanne Parker, Sandra Moller, Debra Rakes, Marian Gibb, Sharon Rackley, Jessica Allan, Christine Andrus. Row Two: Pat Payne, Kathy Poulson, Robin Strachan, Larry Rice, Sue Arthurs, Bonnie Davis, Joni Kovicich, Dick Hamilton, Allen Davies, David Downs, Paul Yates. Row Three: Susan France, Cary Campbell, Delona Giles, Richard Bennett, Dian Price, Craig Butcher, Suzanne Wright, Eugene Turner, Mary Slayton, Sylvia Johnson, Neal Erekson, Carol Surman, Ronald Moore, Connie Moore, Paul Klint, Patty Poulster, Rebecca Trojan, Kathy Jensen, Becky Peterson, Kathy Peterson, Dawn Fjermsted, Mrs. Ruf, Advisor. Left to Right, Row One: Lenora Smethurst, Glenda Smith, Bonnie Boel, Kendra Cheryl SIOH Simper, Ann Seerup, Kitty Smethurst, Stacey Camero. Row Two: Cheryl Stott, President Lynett Brown, Rene Chadwick, Jack Simper, Gilbert Montoya, Larry Miller, Renon Klossner, LaVar Densley, Jolene Murray. .ii'Lt5?? '5 ' " 1 l i g H fmt Wayne Zafft President Ch ss Club Left to Right, Row One: Kim Nielson, Christine Braithwaite, Wayne Zafft, jay Beckstead, Craig Snyder, Richard Blatnick. Row Two: Burr Dallof, Mike Tot- ten, Steve Smith, Clayton Almquist, Miss Reeve, Advisor, Scott Cannon, David Bennett, Don Potter, Charley Nebeker. Office orkers Left to Right, Row One: Marlene Webb, Judy Robinson, Robyn Pugmire, Sue Arthurs, Ilene Tueller, Shauna Murdock, Mary Slayton, Ruth Bumingham, Lou Arthurs, Ann Marsden. Row Two: Carol Lish, Jeanne Neff, Glenda Smith, Karen Murray, Julie Mechling, LaVar Densley, Jolene Murray, Karen Welch, Nancy Hutchings, JoAnn Bishop, Merlynn Peterson, Sherrie Buckway. Stage Crew Left to Right: Joel Morris, Terry Crittenden, Mike Haynes. Library Workers Left to Right, Row One: Barbara Blake, Faun Nielson, Judi Hanney, Judy Ellison, Janice Shampton, Nancy Ruben, Beth Rugg. Row Two: Joan Walker, Linda Madsen, Mrs. Jensen, Advisor, LaMar Whipple, Pat Redd, Marvetta Morrison, Judy Mandeles. r--5 '- 11.1-1.A. Q Nancy Ruben President R cl Cross Left to Right, Row One: Barbara Browning, Sandy Ratterman, Barbara Olson, Kitty Smethurst, Ann Seerup, Lagena Meyer, Evelyn Steele, Marsha Matem, Dorrine Bowers, Jacky Johnson. Row Two: Julie Tuttle, Sherrol Buck, Mona Gallegos, Vickie Willson, Patsy Fawson, Sherley Davies, LaRee Brown, Kathy Peterson, Rebecca Trojan, Vicki Denney, Dian Buckley, Marietha Stout, Linda Lee NVhiting. Row Three: Geniel Dawes, Suzanne Vicchrilli, Faun Nielson, Lenora Cathey, Norma Mace, Carolee Goff, Stacey Camcro, Colleen Fortune, Kathy VVebster, Kathleen Tumer, Marilyn Coldsberry, Lynette Brown, Jane Sievers, Dorothy Sievers. L. T' N? Left to Right, Row One: Teressa Wirtz, Dorothy Sivers, Cheryl Smith, Kathleen Paine, Stacey Camcro, Lagena Meyer, Lynette Brown, Mona Gallegos, Denece Green, Ann Seerup, Linda Madsen. Row Two: Dorrine Bowers, Marsha Matern, Bonnie Boel, Shirley Davies, LaRee Brown, Kim Mulder, Marietha Stout, Lenora Smethurst, Dian Buckle , Dennis Koolof, Patsy Fawson, Marvetta Mor- rison. Row Three: Gale Kostusak, Kitty Smethurst, Rita Hill, Linda Christensen, Nomia Mace, Carolec Goff, Steve Smith, Ann Bronson, Kathy Gillespie, Kath- leen Tumer, Lenora Cathey, Linda Whiting, Jacky Johnson, Jane Sievers, Evelyn Steele. ,r I A . - -ou- : A Kim Mulder President Safety ouncil :Auf Rgger Sperry Left to Right: Nancy Taylor, Jim Vicchrilli, Jeanie Coleman, Roger Sperry, 151 . L F 5551 AQEQSS H President Robyne Oliver. uture Teachers Left to Right, Row One: LaVar Densley, Jackie Bell, Jolene Murray, Teressa Wirtz, Rosalie Hilton, .Richard Blatnick. Row Two: Faun Nielson, Julie Mech- 1011223 314,-E3-gay ling, Wayne Zafft, Miss Reeve, Advisor, Suzanne Vicchrilli, Lenora Cathey. S iological Science Club , ,-- 'e .. 3 Richard BliltIliCk Left to Right, Row One: Richard Blatnick, Don Jacobsen, Jolene Murray, Mr. Nielsen, President Advisor. Row Two: XVayne Zaflt, Julie Brown, Allen Davies. ennis Club ' Left to Right, Row One: Kaye Kogelschatz, Jane Hansen, Mary Ohwiler, Teressa XVirtz, Pat Mower, Cherie Pitt, Devera Shields. Row Two: Paul Christian, Larry Miller, Renon Klossner, Colleen Higginson, Valerie Church, Ken Schmidt, Terry Tithian. Row Three: Karen XVclch, Christa Ranglack, Patti Gurr, Vickie Johnson, Sandra Robinson, Kaye Horman, Rosalie Hilton, Carol Robinson, Lynne Challis, Shauna Bennion, Kathy Hodell. SubD 5 Colleen Higginson President Q ln Left to Right, Row One: Judi CaIpenter,dJackie Bell, Julie Mechling, Kay Horman, Robyn Pugmire, LeeAnn Jones, Patt Red , Jane Fredrickson, Lynda Manwill. Row Two: JoAnn Bishop, Rolayne Richardson, Karen Jackman, Karen Welch, Karen LeeAnn Jones Webster, Rosemarie Boel, Linda Simper, Susan Green, Ruth Bumingham. Row President Three: Judy Robinson, Donna Jessop, Sherilyn Green, Shannon Erickson, Sharon Rackley, Gloria Divine, Julia Christenson, Gayle Turner. P pp er Club Left to Right, Row One: Lenora Cathey, Karen Welch, Robyn Pugmire, Sharon Rackleye, Jackie Bell, Sharyl Robertson, Joni Kovacich, Lynden Ohlin, JoAnne Pezely, Sherilyn Mandeles, Kathy Peterson, Teressa WVirtz. Row Two: Kathy Kennel, Mary Ohwiler, Devera Shields, Robyne Oliver, Chris Pack, Jolene Murray, Sheri Rappeleye, Pam Dansie, Carol McMillan, Kathy Hilton, Ilene Tueller, Faun Nielsen, Dian Buckley, JoAnn Bills. Row Three: Susan Grant, Rena Divine, Colleen Higginson, Lynda Manwill, Sandra Pehrson, jack Peterson, Rosalie Hilton, Gloria Divine, Chris Cornwall, Susan Green, Colleen Fortune, Pam Burgon, La Ree Brown, Rusty Walker. Joni Kovocich President Sleeping Beauty? It gets better every yeaxl ! l ! l The morning after the night before '!:H:Q-Q-' Does it hurt anyplace else? Spartanettes Karen Welch Darlene Woolsey Linda Connors Rosalie Hilton Sharon Rackleye Linda Simper Sandra Jensen Jeanne Parker Kathie May Linda Hampton Jeannie Peterson Kathy Hooton jean Wright Barbara Bateman Denice Pipella Iackie Vaughn Ruth Lundberg Colleen McCloy A Q 6 r 1 gf SX, ' 1 t s 1 2, Sandra Forman Ilene Bolingbroke Melody Pace Donna Pearson PP 311 6 .,., fhlf Left to Right, Row One: Colleen Higginson, Linda Simper, Sharon Rackleye, Darlene Woolsey, Teressa Wirtz, Paul Brown, Linda Connors, Karen Welch, Sandra Jensen, Jeanne Parker, Rosalie Hilton. Row Two: Deniee Pipella, Bob Bordon, Rodney Samuelson, Lynn Johnson, Bruce Shand, Leon Jessop, Brent Pitt, Bob Deputy, Richard Neal, Melody Pace. Row Three: Donna Pearson, Kent Foote, Bruce Hale, Suzanne VVright, LeAnn Hunter, Julee Simper, Linda Stolworthy, Shelby Brewer, Ron Bloomquist, Sandra Fonnan. Row Four: Ilene Bolingbroke, Jim Finch, David Olson, Larry Konishi, Richard Spencer, Dennis Riddle, Carl Jensen, Steve Martin, Steve Knighton, Jackie Vauglm. Row Five: Ruth Lundberg, Perry Tucker, Brent Mon- son, Jerry Kartchner, Linda Sessions, Allan Thomas, Mike Montoya, Cordon Snarr, Paul Christian, Colleen MeCloy. Row Six: Barbara Bateman, Danie Bennett, Joe Jimenez, Doug Eddington, Terry Crittenden, Merlin Ostrander, Steve Jensen, Ron Koller, Jeannie Peterson. Row Seven: Kathy Hooton, Jean Wright, Greg Jonas, Randall Potts, Dennis Koolof, Randy Douglass, Mike Daniels, Alan Maxwell, Sam Butehereit, Steve Young, Kathie May, Linda Hampton. Spartan Band GAPITALS Left to Right, Row One: Doug Eddington, John Pino, Jerry Kartchner, Steve Knighton, Ron Bloomquist. Row Two: Danie Bennett, Craig Witt, Sam Butehereit, Paul Brown, Randy Douglass, Robert Deputy, Dave Olson. Sophomore Choir Left to Right, Row One: Kathy Hilton, Patti Gurr, Kathy Hooton, Sandra Forman, Devera Shields, Linda Hampton, Connie Weidow, Denice Pipella, Mary Schuring, Lynda Bills, Kathy McCaul, Susan Thompson, Jimmy W'olf, Jerry Lobato, Mark Holbrook, John Reed, Larry Boydstun, Renon Klossner, Gail Black, Debra Rakes, Shirley Davies, Janet Reynolds, Juli Ann Stauffer, Kathy Lindsay, Linda Bennett, Pam Wfahlen, Naleen Dalton. Row Two: Linda Stol- worthy, Cora Lee Jackman, Stephanie Bassett, Linda Mecham, Linda Maxfield, Arlene Meehling, Sherrol Buck, Chris Pack, Susan Grant, Ranae Eatchel, Don Clegg, Rod Kirby, Ron WVells, Bill unior Choir W x Wack, Leon Jessop, Larry Aagard, Sandra Marler, Melody Pace, Sandra Jensen, Jeanne Petersen, Karen Daw, Jean Wright, Paulette Bigler, Laurel Johnson, Ann Bronson, Angie Reynolds, Dianne Sharp. Row Three: Juliann Brown, Trcasa Bryan, Irene Herman- sen, Valrie Davis, Karen Madsen, Carol Robinson, Gloria Medici, Chris Tranter, Cheryl Amitli, Ilene Bolingbroke, Steve Spenst, Dave Sagendorf, Frank Adams, Randy Mace, Michael Richardson, Jeanne Parker, Beverly Mortensen, Susan Menlove, Stophie Camero, Christine Cornwall, Colleen McCloy, Linda Mines, Dianne Limberg, Sandra Robinson, Vickie Conde. Left to Right, Row One: Norma Mace, Susan LaGant, Dian Karen Drager, Carol Reeves. Row Three: Colleen Muhlestein Buckley, LaMar Densley, Ed Miller, George Frear, Diana Carter, Carolyn Jo nston, Marie Van den Akker, Janet Ashby, Lenny Barbara Olson, Pennie Bennett. Row Two: Carma Jessop, Linda Constantine, Gloria Hollins, Roylane Richardson, Kathy Brown Peak, Kathy Reed, Steve Smith, Marvin Tauffer, Linda Newman, Laurel Millett, Sandie Ratterman. Madri als Left to Right, Row One: Karen Perry, Sherilyn Green, Donna Iessop, Barbara Blake, Robyn Pugmire, Ilene Tueller, Sharon Limberg, Carol Kirkham, DeAnn Hansen, Nancy Cannon, Ann Marsden, Marie Butler. Row Two: Paul Brown, Jerry Kartchner, Ron Bird, Ron Ferrin, Dennis Dou lass Richard Neal La ne Marshal Fred Burton Rand Black Paul Densle Mark g C 7 1 4 : y '- a 1 C y 4 1 yn Hansen. The A Cappella Choir provided a great deal of entertainment for the student body with its excellent renditions of musical numbers. The members brought honor to Murray High by representing us at other schools and at public functions. Their crowning achievement was the "Salute to Youth Choral Con- certv in conjunction with three other Salt Lake City high school choirs at the Tabernacle. Left to Right, Row One: Karen Welch, Judie Carpenter, Beverly Shaw, Carolyn Wright, Rosemarie Boel, Kim Mulder, Lynda Bloxham, Ilene Tueller, Ven Weidow, Sharon Rackleye, Ron Bird, Terry Tibolla, David Neal, Paul Brown, Eugene Turner, Klint Day, Richard Ludlow, LaVar Densley, Fred Nygren, Mark Hansen, john Kussee, Craig Butcher, Ver- lene Nelson, Sherry Bagley, Marcia Ottley, Connie Harris, Randy Boyd- sunk Carla Terry, Susan Brissell, Carol Kirkham, Claudia Poulson, Judy yc es. l A Cappella Left to Right, Row Two: Carolie Thompson, Sherilyn Green, Donna Jessop, Barbara Blake, Karen Jackman, Susan Packard, Linda Thompson, Julia Christensen, Kendra Simper, Lois Green, Larry Aebischer, Dennis Green, Lon Durrant, Larry Lovell, Jim Butler, Doug Koncar, Allen Davies, Paul Densley, Carl Fisher, Steve Allred, Randy Black, Julie Mechling, Karen Wester, Gayle Tumer, Linda Simper, Pat Beach, Sylvia Johnson, Colleen Casaday, Ann Mars- den, Gayle Zaugg. Row Three: Karen Perry, Kathy Harr, Jane Fredrickson, Susan Green, Nancy Taylor, Sharon Limberg, Robyn Pugmire, Ruth Burningham, Pat Redd, Penny Dwyer, Ron Ferrin, Jerry Kartchner, Dennis Douglass, David Mash, Tom Geddes, Fred Burton, Layne Marshal, Ed Box, Richard Neal, Leonard Jolmstone, Doug Eddington, Linda Trappett, LeeAnn Jones, De-Ann Hansen, Carla Jacobsen, Linda Madsen, Sandra Park, Carol McMillan, Yvonne Schmidt, Nancy Cannon, Marie Butler. The 23 finest voices in the school were gathered together under the expert direetlon of Mr Wllllam Johnson. The Madrigal singers presented some of the most difficult and beautifully done music to be heard lx . Mr. Moore Advisor STATE DEBATERS - Left to Right, Row One: Layne Marshal, Kim Mulder, Carol McMillan, Craig Snyder. Row Two: Mike Neiswender. Bruce Shand. LEGISLATIVE FORUM - Left to Right, Row One: Gloria Hollins, john Greenwood, jack Morris, Jon Jensen, Karen Jackman. Row Two: Paul Wright, Kim Nielson, Colleen Il5IclCl?y, Linda Sleight, Kathy Hilton, Carol Kirkman, Burr a o . 0136115105 DEBATERS-Left to Right, Row One: julia Christensen, Gayle Turner, Carol McMillan, Valerie Church, Kaye Hor- man. Row Two: Layne Marshal, Bruce Shand, Mike Neis- gender, Kim Mulder, Craig Snyder, Chris Comwall, Patti urr. CTE: f ORATORY - Left to Right, Row One: Nancy Cannon, Darlene Woolsey, Verlene Nelson. Row Two: Connie Oliver, Teressa Wirtz. EXTEMP - Left to Right, Row One: Julie Heal, Steve Brin- ton, Lou Ann Whitlock. Row Two: Paul Westover, Randy Black, Roger Sperry. It Couldn't Be A Test Or Could He? ? P I! I Wonder Whom They Are Studying! Better Than Hot Lunch! HQ J w i1Q:iT :36-5" , f f , 0' f f , V1 , ., xg ff -11555 51 rffidf 26:--5,1 Ji five. 5'LQf.1QAi---' 1 K - ,A cL' 4-ff' I .M .,fv rf , if M h CJIVZQW rfjf K, L 4 -. , , ZA , ' 'Q fl-LI, ., Jr I ily, "K ff fi Acffffff 411 ,, K Q f N - 1. , , ,Z X , , , n D f ,N ,V ',Y-kljfin .Lf A drug, ax :CfZ1f,f! 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A , 31,9 u:M,,,.,. -X 'ANN ww, 1 nnoobguwf -nonQ0,.uw 4'2" I -il 0.5 , fi-.1 . , if Q ,, -W -,Q 13'-sz x ' fm, vw' ' , J '.4...' 3'1"--Y , ', ' X, ' Iris .If H v if A 525 Marcia Ottley Tom Gardner, Spartan Man Randy Black xt' L ryf J LaM ar Densley leaders Carolie Thompson W.,,,-rg. . .. -x..,u-v,, - L., M ' ' ,' " xl f, :.:f , r"""'--. ap. 9, N - 4 . 1 15 435.41-' .-F 'f',14,'f . X , QW .7 . Pv- WW' 1' ., .I K . .. 4. pi - ,Wk in Lmgp- gs - V f .K ---f -rs .4 -: A Q ,,, 9 J 1 - I L5 Y ,A V y 5 . ff -4 ' NN , sd Y-3 Q fi? 5 ' 5-lv I H I B Tony Scallion Steve Lavigne Captain, Guard Co-captain, Halfback ootball Kent Fitzgerald Gary Healy Sheldon Butler End Halfback Quarterback jon Iensen Quarterback This year's Spartan team made a good showing with their effort and spirit. In en- thusiasm and desire, if not in score, they rated as winners with the students. Roy Ames Halfback Mike Cullimore Tackle Kent Iensen Guard Steve Brinton Wingback Paul Densley Halfback Layne Marshal Tackle Ken Serre Tackle David Platt End 11 - fruit , Willis Simmons jerry Towers Steve Visher Wingback X'-f " Y-YQEM '2 r .. f t 553: i ct: f'1'if:k 1 p me f r X -uk ri IL! 15. 5 Q it jill, - vi , . il : he f N iii", -LT t . ' -4 f sy. my--V. V, S 5 gf M , :' 3, ft '24 , fbi' 'nys :ff ST.-XJ. H' X .. .F ' , .M i, . T X...f'- ,T QW, , fi: ,. ei.l 7 vffxfu nfl Ifv 3,-A ,.-f..-. f f:j4iT"ff .134-4,6 V1 :ci ',-" ffam.. QQ' Q ' 9203 j:,1,QrQ,.t I ii? ' 1 ' 1 ,.e. S ' 5, 'J-'Sf' or gui 'S' Ron Bird Randy Brown Irlulflmack Tackle - -1 4 54 -'fawjfitgx-. D, Q f"xgQL'Q'Xt':,'. faqjf-.N . ,. if -"T -T2 - 'V 'L Q R-LvfSLi:'...93,:R-31:4 ' .- Q' , jim Butler End Robert Deputy Tom Harris Ken Hamblin Guard Quarterback Center Halfback Center ,, 3 D X N b ...T -'N - .Q B .5 1, ' I -5? V i ' ::l,. .x 4 , . .VI A ' 5 'Mg Ui? rf , 1 nl xi G' 7 X . AA !"x ' .V , "'v1 l' . - " ,i ff '. WWW? 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A f r'i1.-'fuaiwq-Sf For Whom is the ref playing? -1-'df 4-445 , Dennis Christiansen Craig Cooper End George Holcombe End Steve Hill Halfback End ta l. vk.. i .r a J X SQ, JN' A Scot Isaacson -Halfback Dan Mower Guard Floyd Nye End jim Orvin Halfback E :wk 3 5 X Doug Koncar Craig Lott MikeVMcCarthy Val Montoya Halfback Wingback Center Tackle y faq I , ,iw is yasu' ' A gff ',., 2 Zof' ' V " . . 'V glglilfzlzys' S .'gx itil ' ky 1 H ' if , 1 Coach Wayne Reid Coach Dee Jensen Tom Poulos Dan Reid Win gback Guard Coaches Wayne Reid and Dee Jensen devoted hours of energetic instruction and encouragement toward shaping the '65 var- sity football team. The results of their work showed in the tireless and willing effort put forth by the Spartans. U Q 'f' s ' 7 a M Ray Ross Danny Summers jeril Winget utr H A Q " , up , g., ' Q :fbi K in- V ar, Rick Wiseman Tackle Center End Halfback Steve Smith Cary Taylor Dennis Davies Doug Bailey R if Guard Guard Halfback End kj lm? Q W W 2 K f 1, Scores A Murray 7 ....... ......... C yprus 13 Murray 13 ....... ......... L ogan 7 ' Murray 13 ........ ......... O lympus 31 Murray 7 ....... ....... G ranite 16 Murray 13 ....... ......... T ooele 16 Murray 13 ....... ............. I ordan 28 Murray 6 ....... ....... J . Memorial 27 Murray 0 ....... ......... H illcrest 0 Murray 13 ....... ..... B ingham 18 Red rover, red rover, send Butler right over! Left to Right, Row One: Bill Stiehl, Hillery Mixon, Dale Potter, Brent Fulmer, Steve Spenst, David Kemp, Kell Bills, jim Cross- ley, Mike Montoya, Tim Roberts, Dallas Bock. Row Two: Jim Mullen, Dave Plott, Bill NVack, Mark Taylor, Creg Delgado, Creg McMillan, Brad Holmquist, Iolm Allen, Brian Bishop, Randall Potts, Bob Cherrington. Row Three: Darrel Widdison, Carl Jensen, Sophomore Ron Butterfield, Paul Billings, Larry Boydstun, Craig Morgan, Ron Butterfield, Paul Billings, Larry Boydstun, Craig Morgan, Larry Aagard, Cary folmson, Blaine Swensen, Armond Smirthwait. Row Four: Larry C iadwiek, Dennis Diamond, Tom Nicholidas, Gordon Snarr, Alan Atkinson, Dave Pickard, Randy Mace, Rick jackson, Dave Olsen. Fo otb all .ff . ' t:f"9 Q- Q if :AES T 'W . Q if '5 ' 4 B Q W ia 1 R ,. A gfa Q R yu.. Q-. '-. V 4, ' ' r, ,k K . , , - HA. I , , nv ,E Lpgpnv- Q76 ' A-I , I , X - - 2189 - A-if""'2 ' f ' A- " 1 ,, Y u , 1 : A' , . , 5' "f 1' " W .5' ",,,!, .5 s '- l- fa- if W - ' -' .6 .0 Y . V ' 1 ,,. , - A ' . T A - inn L ."'.:. QELA' 42,5 D , 3- 4 ' I, -f G . ' XfM'll.'33? " T . rr X' W' - 1 " " J, W1 ' f :bf ef s'i4fi?Q,.'j,4sr:g,,4f-u4.t.,,f1,.yw,,,,,'wf,g4gj Q41-w ,wx rm. X 1. 'Q C114 g,.J3"- "N 1 1 ff, I , . -- ., " ,, -. A - 'M 'L K '- - -5 f.l'1 "'f q w 1-'-"A ' ' i ' ' 1 -M g 'f"'1t.'bff-f-"k'L'L.':'3L1 " fir' On your mark, get set . . . Collllll Itis a bird, it's a plane - itis a gopher! Y .awww Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray Murray 39 13 7 20 13 36 Scores Granite Tooele jordan judge Hillcrest Bingham ja Coach Kent Smith Coach Bud Campbell Coach Jim Spencer Coach Dee Jensen Varsity Basketball MANAGERS - Left to Right: Bruce Kartchner, Dallas Bock, Mike Spencer, Terry Smith. ., 0 fi J ,. f t '4.. Msgs, ' N 5 -la K igf . C J , xi A K Kent Jensen Jim Madsen Guard Forward Jon Jensen Craig Thueson Guard Guard The varsity basketball team made an excellent showing in region play for the 1965 season, almost going into state competition. Coach Jim Spencer and his boys have good cause to feel proud of their achievements. Brent Winget Captain, Center . My Gary Blair Forward E 1 .. M V . K V ,ri 9 'f'Q 1 5 1 96 1 A if 'x T N ,af 1 g 5- 1 + Q 'E K Q54 .4 ' il! 11 .,, 'wif w . X Q he aria I , if 5 W al 1 X If fy J' ,XXV 3 E 'i A ff M A . In u joel Madsen jeril Winget Craig McLaughlin Ken Hamblin Center Forward Forward Guard Jim Butler Rusty Lloyd Ron Allred Craig Lott Guard Guard Forward Guard Scores Murray 39 ,,,.... ....,,.............. Y Vest 43 Murray 61 ....... ..... A lnerican Fork 72 Murray 74 ..,,,.. ,,.,., S Outh Sevier 72 Murray 63 ..,..,, ...,.... H igllland 76 Murray 58 ....... ..,...., G ranitc 60 Murray 71 ....... .,...,. O gden 60 Murray 49 .,..... ....... J ordan 46 Murray 89 ......, ...,.. B ingham 72 Murray 59 ....... .,..... I udge 66 Murray 74 ....... .,.,... T ooele 51 Murray 53 ....... ...... H illcrest 69 Murray 71 .,,.... ,....,. I ordan 62 Murray 95 .,..., Bingham 65 Murray 59 ,,..... ..,.... I udge 67 Murray 73 ....,.. Tooele 66 Murray 51 .....,, ...... H illcrest 58 Heads we win, tails you lose!!! 'Sy Q I Ur' "1 gk ,. .,, ff 'K I f' J.. if. 4. n 1: I In W5 Q U Lm w.., F i M ,,W, 1 m , Wg, , 4 , In bAQ V M 3 N, v,. Y? .'-mf 1 Coach Bud Campbell Murray 25 Murray 51 Murray 39 Murray 45 Murray 51 Murray 50 Murray 59 Murray 56 Scores .. jordan Bingham .. jordan Judge Bingham Hillcrest .. Tooele judge Sophomore asketb all 29 52 52 46 59 57 34 52 Left to Right, Row One: Ron Godfrey, Gary johnson, Dennis Davies, Bill Stiehl, Delwyn Greene, Dave Potter. Row Two: Greg McMillan, Steve Spence, Ron Butterfield, Rick Jackson, David Kemp, Gordon Snarr, Dale Potter. W . -01""f!'I"l 'ZMJ JVC-ijt? Q1-QZXL, 721277- . s K Wrestling .kg r x Wi, r K lmRR BY Lmnu lr: 'ililhhlti im1RB1vi PLACED IN REGION - Left to Right, Row One: LaVar Densley, pf George Frear, Dave Chavis, Kent Johnson. Row Two: jim jeminis, Q35 Paul Brown. N ll l ll - 1 ' 5 "Q Q ' ,j . I Coach Smith l i M S This year our wrestling team spent many long ,Q v hours developing the strength and stamina that 4 5 is Y S t this sport requires. However, wrestling teaches i i 11 something not gained in any other sport. It if ,X S teaches confidence and self-reliance in individual competition. NVe Want to thank our team and ,, STATE ENTRANTS - Left to Right: Paul Brown, LaVar Densley, tg X George Frear, Dave Chavisl Coach Smith for the time and effort put forth. Y N S M N. it et ij r , URHA ll Elmira gyuamyl SMURRM ll l N REGION ENTRANTS - Left to Right, Row One: Dave Chavis, Roy Aims, Paul Densley, Kent johnson, Tim Roberts. Row Two: Jim Ieminis, john Steele, Paul Brown, LaVar lg Dcnsley, George Frear. it Q i Q X A MURRAY MURRA 'Hunan' MURRAY 1 '53 E Left to Right, Row One: jim jeminis, john Steele, Paul Two: Craig Erickson, Allen Mulvey, Gary Steele, Gary Brown, LaVar Densley, George Frear, Dave Chavis, Roy Mauchley, Larry Nordell, Mike McPherron, Ron Bird, fe., Aims, Paul Dcnsley, Kent johnson, Tim Roberts. Row David Neil, Lon Durrant, Mike Richardson, Larry Chad- 92 7,h!.,khf CNQVWX XM YK, A wick, lfred Corry. K1 N , K f' V' 7 plfgf fff7J'fii" jf- Gp ,ymfffa WW Qi X T l'K v.-r.M"l"'fL .z tl I Left to Right: Sterling Snarr, Lynn Sugden, Brian jackson, Paul Westover, Richard Hampton, Craig Snyder, Cordon Snarr, Bob Cherrington, Randy Black, Mike Haynes, Layne Marshall. ennis Our active tennis team displayed plenty of pep and know-how this year, making themselves one of the most popular sports groups in the school. Coach Kent Smith provided excellent training for the boys. 1 I F 'vw- ., ,. i- ,. i No,Cra.1g,thatsaBa1l V' ' I eww 31" rg! .Wg 169' ll A. 4 I ,. R 'aw-','vvfyM,,,1 f ' - :V -Y , . , . V f - -, M 4' A ' Z - - f . 3 " . r I A vi -. ' -' f , not a Butterfly! 'l ,, ' Q A ,f ,a,, 'Q , ,Q.3W"""' .4,. , ,L L, , . A . ??gW,,.,fq,y VK 'lf , ' ' fn, . , A - , .3 tif." , v -, f '1' -2555? , t. Z X If, . 5, H ilkiiiluw .. , , ag , + ,f'r:"A',,-.w-,, . Y inf, J, z " vm 'aff " w3,'f:,.' ill. ..,f yfzpgfs. 451 - : X ,.,. hmmm. 1 M ,Wi ! , I ,xl U L f - f' X7' M ' fx L1- f X 7"Tf7 X f 'Frank 'X LN xv Y x XT., W xx "': Coach jim Spencer I ff f Oh, that Charlie in my big toe!!!! He,s brown on one side, keep turninf Over the bar, or- ? X wig. FS, S Our track team made a good showing this year. The team's ability plus Coach Jim Spenceris leadership proved to be a winning combination. Theyire off like a herd of turtleslllll Left to Right, Row One: Gilbert Gutierrez, Cary Quick, jerry Towers, Larry Boyclstun, Craig Whitt, David Burton, Gary Healey, Ron Ferrin, Dan Reed, Dennis Goff, Rick Wiseman, Steve Brinton, Dennis Christensen, Jim johnson, Craig Cooper, Brent Plant, Jesse Burbidge. Row Two: Coach jim Spencer, Gary johnson, David Bennett, David Kemp, Allen Maxwell, Michael Totten, David Bickham, George Frear, LaMar Densley, Paul Christien Dan Mower, Robert Deputy, Mike Pazel, Gary Taylor, Richard Ben- nett, Steve Jensen. Row Three: Randy Mace, Dale Potter, Dick Nelson, Eugene Turner, Alan Atkinson, jerry Bickham, Rick jackson, Lynn Bloxham, jimmy Orvin, Craig Ekker, Brent Full mer, Larry Sullivan, Carl Jensen, jerry Laboto, Delwin Green. I .1 N in Awggws QV Q W SJ or S- M, ,, , Uf', 0 X , ' DA' EJ. V015 ffl' ,V Left to Right, Row One: Bruce Kartchner Allen Axtel, jim Vicchrilli, -. ,qv , Craig Heniger, Willis Simmons, Tom Polous. Row Two: Myers Ra- . ' 4 dora, Dennis Davies, Ron Butterfield, Geril Winget, Jim Butler, David " ' , , .Jin Harr. Row Three: Ion Jensen, Paul Densley, Bill Wack, Craig Lott, ' , Kelly Bills, Doug Koncar, Coach Bud Campbell. ,Mi , V I A yy V J V5 4 , ,WJ NJ JU W Q fy 96 as eb all Coach Bud Campbell H58 Oufllll Q - fa Who moved the camera? -ix i -3, ,. . .s- Z' aeyi- "' Standing room onlylll X , . my Gu "Up in the air, junior birdmen . . America's national sport went into full swing this season as Bud Campbell's team showed their enthusiasm and dis- ciplined training. The games were en- joyed by players and spectators alike. gervnayvo fflvfwfza 12: Z ffwf .MM 9 56 ACTI IT 1E The many social functions that were instigated by the various organ- izations here at Murray provided some of the most entertaining hours enjoyed by the students. These activities were all well-presented and original in concept. Q 'fWQx1M! xiii wsu- if- if wsxfi K, Nu imma gat- 5-"3,k,Hg,ArAhq5,a.3,yM,XQfN:33Rxxximy 'W ii.-ff"-' 4 4! 4 Q -fi Yf li , 255.5 c ' f N ii EP' Is she Worth the trouble? Our annual Hello Day was held at the beginning of the school year, giving the students a chance to make new friends and Welcome new additions. Kathy Russell and Tony Scallion reigned as the royalty. 35 Tony Scallion Hello Day King "Ye Cililft jest up and "Cheese . ..cake that is" "Sadie Hawkins wel- D0 YOU, 21 dflg patch teach a man how to comes youv 110110, fake HHS lHiSCf21b1C Q01111 3 ggllv dog-patch bachelor. . .P 31166 MAG Assembl ' , -x-, G ,I . 1 A NE ' WJ 'W ffl t 1 "gb'l. ' . 1 XX WI X -Q - g'4i'::" 9 t f t fw f 3 t 'A f .V Craig Wishes he were ajudge! A ' ,, ,. N' 5 . L J ' QS!! 2 ' W' 101 2 athers and Daughters I wish I had been there "VVher1 Dad was a lad The dads and their daughters swayed to and fro as they sang the old favorite tunes. Fathers and Sons Sock ,Oml People do the strangest Dads take a rest. things. Pep Assemblies The ambassadors of Pep, our cheerleaders. The familiar faces of our Boosters. The Spartan Man climbs the ladder of victory The train . . . a new and fun way to boost the team to victory. School P Iames Thurberis hilarious play, The Male Animal, was chosen by the drama department as its annual pres- entation. Paige Simper and Doug Eddington played the leads, directed by Miss Berndgen and Jessica Allen. By all means don't let me bother you! Left to Right, Row One: Louise Hamilton, Cheryl Stott, Willard Morris, Dennis Murray, Paul Nvright, Colleen Casaday, Brent VVinget, Paige Simper, Doug Eddington. Row Two: Mary Slayton, Lou Arthurs, Craig Snyder, Paul Densley, Renon Klossncr, Dennis Sullivan, Robert Bt-union, Joel Morris, jessica Allen, Sue Arthurs, Larry Miller, jack Simper. And all I could see were pink elephants. Looks like a good solid petition. pl- nun. 'CZ' . . . .l 1' Jack Simper Jessica Allen all Willard Morris Paul Wright Louise Hamilton Q Miss Berndgen Paige Simper Colleen Casaday of a 1, Q- lssx A Brent Winget mi r. Dennis Murray . Cheryl Stott Craig Snyder Rene Chadwick I Doug Eddington Larry Miller 105 .,,,ti,HF: . X Q , o ' 0 0 Q 'QQOOCQSD 050 G' Omg V . 0 9 A, .. -. UO. . - Q A Chnstmas Assembl and Ball "Once upon a time" "Ah-Shut-up" g2.lS ' ylfulfka? kfiw .2553 ?vf' zg5Wx"-3 VSNIW .,-,641 5 K ' F U: 'Wwe "sie 'Q aw '53 e Ivo' Believe it or not, the ENGINE was a 409! The winter season's most exciting activities, the Christmas assembly and Ball, took place in a flurry of snowflakes, holly, and colored lights. The fun-Hlled spirit carried from the talent-laden W! , program to the dance. ki ffl fjfx , JR r1'M if "' f L I V, f 5 97? 5 M ' ,z XM Ng -" 4 F I' ffl. ' ,if X . ,,., f s.e1 4 , ,,- f Jw ,,..- -7- C ,-1--4 Ci., Z A F F up ,W al can do anything better than you canf, jim Butler, Pat Payne, Brent VVinget, Sherrie Buckway, Dian Limberg, and Dennis Davies reigned ovcr the ball. 1 I , '. i ' 1 - . The decorations at thc dance were very clever 0 V . 5 . 10, "oo Q . 0 ' 5 mm, O -+17 Q9 005 35 UQ-5 0 0 0 0 t a E? ta f shear, "See . . . there was this cool "E-roccolin Man . . . that beat gets me. chick named Red Riding- hood . . fe Sophomore Assembl Big Mamma. Everybody swings at the Purple Girdle XXX o fxf' iq 2- 561 X' Q- t V, 'tit' llli 1 fi S ' use 4' xii- 95, The sophomore class presented their unique and humorous sketch, "The Pur- ple Girdlef' as their contribution to the schoolis list of entertainment activities, Their efforts produced a very enjoyable hour of comedy. You can't say seniors don't like to play tool and Party 9 Once more the halls of Murray High were Hlled with bright welcoming posters and nostal- gic alumni as we held our annual homecoming assembly and dance. Nancy Cannon was chosen queen, climaxing an evening of entertainment and festivity. The 1965 Homecoming Queen, Miss Nancy Cannon. Miss Nielsen rated high Tom Gardner, our Spartan on the hinges. Man, in his new costume given to the school by the M A G. I enjoyed being a girl Dave Sundwall, President A former Homecoming in 1919! of Alumni, performs with ueen, Rae Healy, sang for his group. Elie assembly. Her crowning moment! coming Murray vs. Tooele. The score, 74-51. Victory! Old friends and new were reac- quainted with school day memories at the dance after the game. sented in the XVebb Snarr family What a heritage! The classes of 1932 to 1967 are repre- Senior Assembl I'm Pedro, Iose, Don juan, George Gonzalas - The distinguished Vassar school board. xf"m""' 'W-x ,, R I am too the new I've a whale of "And all that jazz." "Ruben, Ruben, I've Barbie Doll! I a tale or two. been thinking -'i kb A d owf efore pleasure t he pleasure - Qpilck qssd LQLC, Oreck -Kwai QL amd mx! Sflewxg Qgjkd CD? Miz. e wgk 595,53 ,4. '2:-- x L . ee ,e C "?i"Q-- wuepye Q, ..,....-----Q-4, , .Qi 16 C 21I'lCC. 113 Smile you are on can-can camera. I wonder if all girls didrft Wear shoes to the Kingis Ball? French - German Assembl ...lf- V' -""'F' ll 'T -4- f""p JJ - uiffkisp But Mother you always said not to worry if I had a size 13 foot. Cindcrella and her Prince ri., x i f- -9 JN., - .5- E H.A. Dance The winners of the locker decoration contest. The girls asked their valentines to the dance, xchantqe Assembl "I still say men are superior to women," argued the hosts of the assembly. J Our exchange assembly was ter- ii fl rific this year, traveling to Bing- , A , " ', 'K ham, Hillcrest and Jordan High. i W - if jf, We feel it was a great goodwill A , ii" J 'A "" ambassador. - V ' gf' . , V,,, M-, llgn N Karen and Darlene performed a terrific routine. Strangq er in Paradis 6 WF K f W iX fl AS? NX l X Y' 1 1 f I 'xg A r ' , "':':c"' .A fi 3 1 N ' , ,.,. .14--,A--, 2, c., .x,,,, um., . g,rvg4 "ah ' 116 XX X g qc' "":N V " 'Q' ja, g3..,..,,.... x X Q F 'Q .114 L A .Q 4 4' Q ,Q js? f ........- -Y...-9' hN,,..... - .-' ' MANGA M' a gi ,X - -, Q, ,' f 1 at T h . 1. M :fr ,lfzl.z,l.m lfal1'x.Yw shaiikxmi Row, row, row your boat. just think of those far away places. 3 '-" 1--' junior Prom committees. But chief I tried to save our diamonds. We cast'em out evil spirits Friday too. Diane Limberg and Dennis Patty Payne and jim Butler Davies reigned as reigned as junior Princess Sophomore Princess and Prince. and Prince. alt ...ff Tony Scallion Kathy Russel Glen Hello Day King Hello Day Queen 'x 9, The royalty for the White Christmas Ball of 1964 was Sherrie Buckway and Brent WVinget .ly ' I 1 , ffm Q, l Q f x x 1 The 1965 Homecoming Queen, Nancy Cannon, reigned in all the glory of years past and years to come. MODEL UNITED NATIONS - Row One: Susan Brissell, Joanne Neff, Karen Olsen, Ruth Burningliam. Row Two: Dan McArthur, Kent Fitzgerald, VVayne Zafft, Willard Morris, Mike Neiswcnder, john Greenwood, Bruce Shand. Absent: jack Simper. Special STATE SPEECH FINALISTS - ROW One: Verlene Nelson, Louann VVhitlock, Carol Kirk- ham. Row Two: Darlene Woolsey, jack Morris, Layne Marshal, Craig Snyder. GIRLS STATE - Connie Oliver, Iulie Mccli- ling, Rolvyne Pugmire, Carol McMillan. Awards HONORS AT ENTRANCE-Row One: She- rilyn C-recn, Julie Mechling, Robyn Pugmire, Sue Gaisforcl, Paige Simper. Row fwo: Robin Strachan, JoAnn Bishop, XVayne Zafft, Layne Marshal, Jon Jensen, Mark Hansen. i BOYS STATE - Row One: Roy Ames, Jerry Towers, Dave Burton, Kent Fitzgerald, Rand Black. Row Two: Dave Harr, Layne Marshal, Gary Healy, Roger Sperry, Brent Winget, Kent Jensen, Jon Jensen, Steve Brinton. .9' 'x I U STERLING SCHOLARS - Row One: Paul Brown, Robin Strachan, Rebecca Knight, Mer- lynn Peterson, Alta Axtell, Roger Sperry. Row Two: Jack Simper, Steve Brinton, Wayne Zafft, Ray Brown, Jon Jensen. Q 32 Crest Steve Brinton Steve has made an admirable reputation for the positive influ- ence he has had during his years at Murray High, but most of all his influence for good has been felt this year While he has been Stu- dent Body President. His leadership has been dynamic and realistic. He has gained honor, respectg and admiration for both himself and the school. For these and other Worthwhile reasons he is named Mr. 1965 Crest Award. wards Iudy Dyches How one so small physically can embody such outstanding schol- arship, devoted leadership, and unselHsh service is a question only to those who do not know Judy. She is always among the first to promote a worthy cause. In her personal life and conduct, she has personified the ideals of Murray Highis best. For these and other worthwhile reasons she is named Miss 1965 Crest Award. Blake, Barbara C121 ......,..... 18, 67, 74, Blatnick, David 5111 .............................. Blatnick, Richar C121 .............. 18,66, Bloomquist, Ron C121 ...... Bloxham, Lynda C111 ..... Bloxham, Lynn C111 ....... ..,..,....18, ..........31, .......10, 31, Chapman, Deanna C111 .... Chase, Don C101 ................ Chase, Harold C121 ............ Chavis, Dave C121 .............. Cherrington, Bob C101 ...... Child, Kay C111 ............... Dansie, Pam C101 .............. A Aagard, Larry C101 ...... ........ 7 3 Adams, Danny C111 ....... ........ 3 1 Adams, Derrell C121 ........ ........ 1 7 Adams, Frank C101 .......... ........ 7 3 Adamson, Scott C111 .............................. 31 Aebischer, Larry C121 ...................... 17, 75 Allan, Jessica C111 ............ 31, 76, 104, 105 Allen, Karen C111 .................................... 31 Allmark, Frankie C111 ......,,. ............... 3 1 Allred, JoAnn C121 ....... ............ 1 7 Allred, Marji C111 ..... ............... 3 1 Allred, Ron C111 ........... ...,..... 3 1, 89 Allred, Sharon C121 ....... .........,..... 1 7 Allred, Steve C121 ............ ......... 1 7, 75 Allsop, Craig C111 ...............................,.. 31 Alm uist, Cayton C111 .................... 31, 66 Amatdor, Agustina C12 .................... 17, 60 Ames, Roy C121 ........ 16, 17, 54, 58, 82, 92 Anderson, Craig C111 ............................ 31 Anderson, Terry C111 ............................ 31 Anderson, Wayne C111 .......................... 31 Andrus, Christine C101 .......................... 66 Arthurs, Lou C121 .............. 17, 60, 67, 104 Arthurs, Sue C121 ..16, 17, 60, 66, 104, 111 Ashby, Janet C111 ,.,...................,.,... 31,73 Astle, Nanci' C121 ............................ 17,60 Atkinson, A an C101 ...... .........,.. 9 5 Atwood, Alice C111 ...... ........ 3 1 Averett, Ronald C111 .........r.........,.......... 31 Axtell, Alan C121 .............................. 17, 96 Axtell, Alta C121 ........ 10, 17, 60, 106, 109 B Badura, Myers C121 ....... ......... 1 7, 96 Bagley, Linda C121 ....... ....,.............. 1 7 Bailey, Sherry C121 ...,... .......... 1 7, 60, Bai ey, Doug C111 ...................... 31, 58, Bardsley, Bob C111 ................................ Barnes, Mary Jane C111 ....... .........,..... Barrett, Sandy C121 .......... ........ Bartlett, Dave C121 ....... ........ Bartlett, John C121 ............ ........ 74 85 31 38 17 17 17 Bastian, Jeanne C121 .,......... ......,..... 5 4 Bassett, Stephanie C101 ....... ............... 7 3 C10 72 17 17 75 31 66 31 75 31 69 72 74 95 Bodily, Clayton C121 ....... 18 Boel, Bonnie C101 .........., ....... , ,68 74 18 73 31 31 31 72 68 ""li1"88" Boel, Rosemarie C121 ...,..........,.., 18, 69, Boggess, Bruce C121 .............................. Bo ingbroke, Ilean ........ 10, 41, 71, 72, Bollshweiler, Linda C111 ................,.,..... Bonner, Bonnie C111 .........,.,.................. Booth, Fred C111 ............. ................ Borden, Bob C111 ............. ............. 3 1, Bowers, Dorrine C111 ..........i..,........ 31, Bowers,Jim C121 .,....,... ......... 1 8, 58, 100 Box, Ed ie C111 ..,..........,. .......,........... 7 5 Boydstun, Lar C101 ........,.,..... 41,95, Boydstun, Ranldy C121 ...................... 18, Bracken, Terry C101 .......................... Braithwaite, Christine C121 ............ , Breckenridge, Bob C101 .................. , Breinholt, Sally C121 ........... .......i........ Brewer, Shelby C11 ....... ............. 3 1, Childs, Dian C121 .............. Christensen, Bruce C121 .,., Christensen, Elliot C121 .... Christensen Julia C121 ..19 Christensen, Lynda C111 .... Christensen, Vance C111 .... 73 74 41 66 Braun, Bill C101 ...........,,..,................ 18 72 41 Brierly, Karen C101 ............ Brinton, Stephen C121 , Brissell, Susan C121 10, Bronso Brown, Brown, Brown, Brown, n Ann 10 , C 1 -------- Bruce C101 ...,.. Julianne C101 .. Kathy C111 ...... LaRee C111 .,,,.. 18, .10, 12, 18, 58, 77, 82, 95, 112 54, 60, 74, 112 41 73 .,.....41, 89, 73 73 68, 70 66 68 Brown, Lynette C111 .................. 31, , Brown, Pat C121 .............................. 18,61 Brown, Paul C121 .......... 18, 72, 74, 92, 112 Brown, Randy C111 ..........,............... 31, 83 Brown, Ray ............................................ 18 Browning, Barbara C111 .................. 31, Browning, Chris C101 ......... ............ Bruno, Jack C111 .....,.,..... ................... Bryan, Teresa C101 ........ ................. 4 1, 68 Buckley, Dian C111 ......,....... 32, 68, 70, Burbidge, Jesse C111 ........................ g2, 6 Burgon, Pam C111 ..............,....... 32, , Burningham, Ruth C121 18, 61, 67, 69 , Burton, Brent C101 .......,........................ 68 41 31 73 Buck, Sherrol C101 ...................... 41, , 73 73 95 70 75 41 Burton, Dave C121 .................. 18, 95, 112 Burton, Fred C121 ...,.,........ 19, 74, 75, 112 Butcher, Craig C111 ...,...............,...,., 32, 74 Butchereit, Sam C111 ............,.,. 32, 58, 72 Butler, Jim C111 ............ 82, 53, 75, 89, 98, 107, 118 Butler, Marie C121 19, 61, 74, 75, 106, 109 Butler, Sheldon C121 .................. 19, 58, 82 Butterfield, Ron C101 ................ 40, 91, 96 Bateman, Barbara ....... ......... 7 1, Bateman, Orren C121 ...... ............ Baum, Gary C121 .......... ............... Beach, Pat C121 ................ ......... 1 7, Beanard, Marcia C111 ...,..............,......... Beckstead, Jay C111 ...................,...... 31, Beebe, Kathey C11 ................................ Bell, Jackie C121 ............ 10, 17, 60, 69, 70, 109, 112 Bell, Jerry C111 ......,............................... 31 Bennett, Dannie C101 , ...........,...... 72 Bennett, David C111 ..............,,.. 31, 66, 95 Bennett, Linda C101 .......... ................... 7 3 Bennett, Penny C111 ........ ......... 3 1, 73 Bennett, Richard C111 ......... 66, 95 Bennion, Paul C121 .......... ................... 1 7 Bennion Robert C121 .............. 17, 104 Bennion Shauna C101 .......... 56, 65, 69 Benson, Karyn C121 ....... ................... 1 7 Benson, Sue C111 .............. ............... 3 1 Bertelson, Noel C121 ........ ............... 1 8 Bickham, David C121 ...... ......... 1 8,95 Bickham, Terry C101 ........ ............ 9 5 Biigler, Paulette C101 .,....1, .....,...... 7 3 Bi anzich, David C111 ...... ............... 3 1 Bills, JoAnn C121 ...............,.............. 18,70 Bills, Kell C101 .......,............................ 96 Bills, Lynda C101 .......,..,............,............ 73 Bird, Ron 4111 .........,...... 81, 58, 74, 83,92 Bishop, JoAnn C121 .............,,,.... 18, 67, 69 Black, Gail C101 ...................................... 73 Black, Randy C121 ........ 18, 58, 74, 75, 77, 80, 93, 103 Blair, Gary C111 ............ 80, 31, 58, 89, 101 C Camero, Stephanie C101 .... 41, 66, 68, 108 Campbell, Gary C121 ...................... 19,66 Campbell, Sharon C111 .................... 32,57 Cannon, Danny C101 .............................. 41 Cannon, Nancy C121 ,.,....,.... 18, 61, 74, 75, 76, 111, 119 Cannon, Scott 111 ............,...,..,........ 32, 66 Carpenter, Judie C111 ................ 32, 69, 74 Carter, Diane C111 ..............,.,......... 32,73 Carter, Lee C121 ....,,,................,.,.,.,,,..., 19 Casaday, Colleen C111 32, 65, 75, 104, 105 Casselbury, Richard C101 42 Cathey, Lenora C121 ........,. 19, 61, 68, 69, 70, 101 Cathey, Paul C111 ........... , ...,.....,.,,.,.,, 32 Cau hey, Ellen C121 .,....,..............,.,,,,, 19 Chaswick, Larry C101 ...... Chadwick, Rene C121 ......., 19, 61, 66, 105 Challis, Lynn C101 ....................., 40, 42, 69 Christian, Paul C111 ...... 32 Christiansen, Dennis C111 .. Christiansen, Mike C101 .... Christiansen, Joy Lyn C101 Church, Valerie C101 .......... Clark, Louise C111 .............. Clayton, Karen C121 ...... Clegg, Donald C101 ........ Clint, Paul C111 .................. Coleman, Jeanny C101 ......,. Collings, Dana C111 ......... Comas, Jim C111 ......... Conde, Steve C111 ..1,.... Conde, Vicki C101 ......1....... Connors, Linda C121 .......... Constantine, Lenny C111 .. Coochwytewa, Irene C111 .. 16Q'19f98Q'i Q'61Q'69Q'?5Q' Q'88Q'69Q'i9Q' 83, 19 06 93 32 19 19 19 76 68 32 95 95 42 ........42, 69, 76 .......42, 73 73 ,.......19, 71, 72 73 32 Cook, Annie C111 .............. ............. 3 2 Coon, Colleen C111 ........ .................... 3 2 Cooper, Craig C111 .................... 32, 83, 95 Comwall, Chris C101 ............ 42, 70, 73, 76 Cory, Fred C111 ...................................... 32 Coult, Janice C111 ....... .................... 3 2 Cox, Dennis C121 ............ ................. 1 9 Crane, Jeff C101 ....,................................. 42 Critten en, Terry C111 .............. 32, 67, 72 Cmich, Chris C121 .......... Crocker, Kurt C111 ..... Crossley, Jim C101 .......... Cullimore, Hal C101 .......... Cullimore, Mike C121 ........ Cushing, Jill C111 .......... Curtis, David C101 ........ D Dahle, Sherrilyn C111 ........ .......19, 82 66 Dallof, Burr C111 ...,........ 10, 32, 58, , Dalton, Naleen C101 .................. 10,421 Dammann, Gayle C101 ...... 54 76 Dalton, Murray C111 ............................ 32 73 42 72 Daniels, Mike C111 .....,.. Dansie, Jayne C121 ........ Davidson, Douglas C111 .... Davies, Allen C121 ............ Davies, Dennis C101 ..85, 9 Davies, Shirley C101 .......... Davis, Bonnie C121 ........ Davis, Valrie C101 .......... Dawes, Ceniel C121 ........ Daw, Karen C101 ......... Day, Klint C111 ........... Day, Lureen C101 .......... dejong, Marty C111 ....,.,. deLeyser, Tilly C121 ...... Delgado, Greg C101 .......... DeNiro, Thomas C111 ........ Denney, Vicki C111 ......... Densley, Lamar C121 ......... Densley, Lavar C121 ........... 67, Densley, Paul C121 ........... Deputy, Robert C111 ........., DeRosier, Cherie C111 ...... DeTurk, Jerry C121 ............ Dickman, Helene C111 ...... 70 ..10, 66, 69, 75 1, 96, 107, 118 ........42, 68,73 ...........19, 66 .......42, 73 .......19, 68 .......42, 73 .......32, 74 68 .......20, 58, 73, 80, 95, 103 .10, 20, 58, 66, 69, 74, 92, 101 .20, 58, 74, 75, 82, 92, 96, 104 033, 72, 83, 95 Dimmick, Bonnie C111 Divine, Gloria C111 .......... Divine, Jackie C12 .......... Divine, Rena C101 ............ Dixon, Claudia C121 ........ Douglas, Dennis C121 ...... Douglas, Dianne C121 ....,. Douglas, Randy C111 ..... Downs, Dave C121 ....... Draper, Karen C113 ....... Draper, Linda C11 ....... Dunn, Craig C1 11 ...... Durrant, Lon C111 .......... Dutcher, Linda C101 ........ Dutcher, Steve C101 .......... Dwyer, Pennie C111 .......... Dyches, Judy C121 ........ 10 E Eatchel, Neal C121 .......... Eatchel, RaNae C101 ..... Eatchel, Vickie C111 ........ Eddington, Doug C111 Ekker, Craig C111 .......... Ellefsen, Vern C101 ........ Ellison, Judi' C121 ...... Ellison, Ric 11 ......,... Erekson, Neal C111 .......... Erekson, Shannon C111 .... Erekson, Terry C111 ........ Erickson, Brent C101 ........ uuunnnsuuuuss 133,56,69,70 1nn1unu12o,57 10, 42, 70, 106 20 ffffffffiif Iffffeofiaf 75 20 . , ............. 72 66 73 33 ...,.....10, 33, 75 42 42 :::::::1:I:75 61 74 112 13,,, 111111120 1n11nu42,73 72, 75, 104, 105 .........2O, 57, 67 u,1uu133,5e nn1u33,66 Us uu1u33,69 an .euhunes .......42 Giles, De Launa C101 ...... ......... 4 3, 66 Gilhespie, Ilene C111 ........ ........... 33 Gillen, Darrell C121 ..... ........ Gillespie, Cathy C101 ...... ........ Glavas, Nancy C101 .......... .,...... Goble, Brent C101 ......... ............... Holmes, Robert C111 .............................. Holmquist, Brad C101 .......... Hooton, Ken C121 ................ Horman, Kaye C101 ...... Hunt, Linda C111 .......... Hunter, LeeAnn C101 ..... Hutchings, Nancy C121 ....... I Isaacson, Scott C111 ......... Iverson, Sharon C121 ....... J Jack, Marianne C101 ....... Jackman, Cheryl C121 ......... Erickson, Craig C111 ...... Erickson, Fred C101 ........... Erickson, Jackie C101 ....... Erickson, Lynda C111 ....... ,,..... .........112 ...,.....112 33 Evans, Arthur C111 ........ ,...... 3 3 Evans, Linda C101 ...... ....... 4 2 Evans, Mary C121 ......... ....... 2 0 Evans, Mickey C101 ...,.,. ..,..,, 4 2 F Farrell, Joni C121 ................,..... 20, 54, 61 Fawson, Pat C111 .............................. 33, 68 Feakes, Brian C111 ................................ 57 Ferrin, Ron C111 .... 33, 59, 74, 75, 95, 101 Finch, Jim C101 ...................................... 72 Finnegan, George C101 .......................... 42 Fischer, Carl C121 ............. ........ 2 0,75 Fithian, Terry C101 ................................ 42 Fitzgerald, Jeanie C101 .......................... 42 Fitzgerald, Kent C121 .......... 16, 20, 59, 82, 111, 112 Fermstead, Dawn C111 ,....,.............. 33, 66 Fleming, John C121 ........... . ............ 20 Flink, Eddie E113 ......... ........... Foote, Elliot 11 ......... .............,,..,.., Forman, Ronal C111 .......,..,,..,,,.,..,..,,.. 33 33 Foote, Kent C10? .............................. 42, 72 33 Forman, Sandy C101 ............ 43, 71, 72, 73 20 43 42 43 Godfrey, James C121 ......., ...,.,,....,..,... 2 1 Godfrey, Ronald C101 ................ 40, 43, 91 Goff, Carolee C111 ..........................., 33, 68 Goff, Dennis C121 ............................ 21,95 Goldsberry, Mari yn C101 ...,.,..,,.,,... 43,68 Gomez, Jeanie C111 ...........,,. .,.....,,,.,,., 3 3 Gorman, Bonnie C111 ...... ,,.,,,...,,.,.,.,. 3 3 Gygi, Reesa C111 ........... ,,.......,....,.,..,., 3 6 Grant, Susan C101 ..... ...... 4 3 70 73 Green, Craig C10 ..,...... .,.,...... ,,,, 4 3 Green, Delwin C101 ....... .,.,.. 4 3 91 95 Green, Denece C121 ..... .......... 2 1 68 Green, Dennis C111 ....... .......... 3 3 75 Green, Lois C111 ...............,............ 33 75 Green, Sherilyn C121 ............ 21, 69 74 75 Green, Susan C111 .......,.....,.. 33, 69 70, 75 Greenwood, John C111 10, 33 59 76 Gregory, Toni C121 ........................ .... 2 1 Curr, Patti C101 .,,.,.,..........,., 43, 69 73 76 Gutierrez, Gilbert C121 ............,....... 21 95 Gutierrez, Isacc C111 ........ .....,..,..,,,.. 3 3 H Hale, Bruce C101 ........ ......... 4 3 72 Hale, Robert C111 ...... ......... 1 0 33 Hales, Keith C111 ..,..... ..........,...,... 3 3 Hamblin, Ken C111 ....... .......... 3 3, 83, 89 Hamblin, Dick C101 .......................... 43, 66 Hamilton, Louise C111 ..,....... 34, 104, 105 Hamilton, Sue C101 .,.,,,.............,.,.,.,,,,,.. 43 Hampton, Linda 5101 ................ 71, 72, 73 Hangmton, Richar C111 ........................ 93 Han y, Sherry C121 .................... 21, 61, 65 Hankenson, Noel C121 ,..,,.,...,,.,,,.,,,,,,,.,,, 21 Hanney, Judi C121 ...................... 21, 61, 67 Hansen, DeAnn C121 ...... 21, 55, 61, 65, 75 Hansen, Jane C101 ..,....,.....,.,,.,......,., 43, 69 Hansen, Jane C101 ..... .,..,......,..,...,..,,., 4 3 Hansen, Jann C111 ......... .......... 5 34, 5 , 69 Hansen, Mark. C121 ....,.,,,,.,..,,,. 21, 74, 112 Hansen, Reeme C111 .............................. 34 Hardman, Jeannie C111 .....................,.... 34 Harmon, Susan C101 .....,.,,.,.,,,..,.,,........, 43 Harr, Dave C121 .................. 21, 69, 96, 112 Harr, Kathy C121 ....... ..........,.. 2 1, 61, 75 Harris, Connie C121 ,....,. ,.........,,......,,., 2 1 Harris, Dave C111 ......... ............... 34 Harris, Patsy C101 ..... ........... 4 3 Harris, Tom C111 ...,..,..,,.., ......... 3 4, 83 Harvick, Pamela C101 .......... ........... 4 3 Hathaway, Maureen C101 ....... ........... 4 3 Hawkins, Kathy C121 ...................... 21, 111 Haws, Jimmie C111 ................................ 34 Haynes, Mike C121 .................,.... 21, 67, 93 Heal, Julie C101 .......,..,,,,,.,..............,.,..,, 43 Heal, Scott C111 .................. 10, 34, 64, 107 lifiifiif 34 43 73 ......43, 69, 76 34 , 72 ..........21, 69 ..........34, 84 ..........22, 61 Uufffiif Gardner, Terry C111 .............................. Fortune, Colleen C101 ........ 43, 68, 70, 101 Frame, Steve C111 ...... 33 Franz, S usan C101 ...........,.....,,..,,..,........ Frear, George C121 ..,. Fredrickson, Jane C111 Fritz, Bernhard C101 .. Fullmer, Brent C101 ...... 43 95 75 Frisby, Phyllis C101 ..,............................. 43 43 95 33 ,e,,H2o,73,92, MeMs,,,s3,e9, Fullmer, Jolm C111 ....... ....,.. G Gaisford, Sue S121 ......... ......... 2 0, 55, Gallegos, Caro l C101 ..,,.. Gallegos, Mona C101 .....,.....,.....,...... 43, 61 68 33 Gardner, Tom C121 .......... 20, 80, 103, 110 33 Gates, Martha C111 ................,............... Geddes, Tom C121 ...... 20, George Marianne C121 Gibb, Marian C101 ......... . .,......43, 75 20 Gerrard, Randy C101 ............ ........... 4 3 66 20 Giles, Craig C121 ........ Healy, Gary C121 ........... Healy, Cherry C121 .... 21, 55, 80, 103, 112 21, 82 95 Healy, Larry C121 ...,.......,.,,,,,...,.,,.,.,..,., 21 Henager, Craig C101 .,.......,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. 43 96 Hendrickson, Cheryl C111 ................ 43 Hermansen, Irene C101 ................... .43 73 Higginson, Colleen C111 34, 55, 69, 70 72 Higginson, Ira C111 ....... ..............., 34 I1iL Riniqlip ........,................. 34,68,101 Hill, Steve C111 .......,...,...,.,.,,..,...,.,,. 34, 83 Hilton, Kathy C101 .................... 43, 73, 76 Hilton, Rosalie C111 ....... 69, 70 71, 72 Hodell, Kathy C101 ........,................. 43, 69 Hodges, Connie C121 ..... ...,..,,,,.,,.., 2 1 Hoffman, Nancy C121 56 Hofhine, Linda C121 ,.,.,... ..., 2 1 Hofhine, Vonda C101 .... ......,.,,. 4 3 Holbrook, Mark C101 .... ......... 4 3, 73 Holbrook, Vicki C121 .... ...,.,..... 2 1 Holcombe, George C111 ......... 34 83 Holfeltz, Dale C121 ...... .....,............ 2 1 Hollins, Gloria C111 ...... ...... 3 4 73, 76 43 61 Jackman, Cora Lee C101 ........................ 43 Jackman, Karen C111 .................. 34, 56, 76 Jackson, Brian C111 ............. .......... 34 , 93 Jackson, Rick C101 ...................... 44, 91, 95 Jacobson, Donald C111 .................... 34,69 Jacobson, Karla C111 .............................. 34 Jensen, Carl C101 .............................. 44, 95 Jensen, Jon C121 ............ 10, 12, 22, 59, 76, 82, 88, 96, 112 Jensen, Kathy C111 .......................... 34, 66 Jensen, Kent C121 .... 10, 13, 22, 59, 82, 88 Jensen, Sandra C101 .......................... 44, 71 Jensen, Shirley C101 ................................ 44 Jensen, Steven C121 ...... ......... 2 2 Jenson, Dave C121 ........ ............ 2 2 Jessop, Canna C111 ...... ................ 3 4 Jessop, Donna C121 ...... .......... 2 2, 61 Jessop, Leon C101 ........ ................ 4 4 Jimenez, Joe C101 .......... ,............... . ..92 Johnson, Gary C101 ...... ....... 4 4, 91, 95 Johnson, Jacky C111 ...... ................ 6 8 Johnson, Janis C101 ...... ................ 4 4 Johnson, Jim C111 ........ .......... 3 4, 95 Johnson, Jolene C121 ....... .......... 1 0, 22 Johnson, Kent C101 ...... ............ 9 2 Johnson, Laurel C101 ..... ......... 4 4 Johnson, Leslie C111 ....... ......... 34 Johnson, Mary C101 ......... ............ 4 4 Johnson, Robin C101 ....... ................ 4 4 Johnson, Sylvia C121 ....... ....... 2 2, 61, 66 Johnson, Vicki C101 ............. ................ 4 4 Johnston, Joe C121 .................. ............ 2 2 Johnstone, Carolyn C111 ........ ......... 3 4 Johnstone, Leonard C121 ........ ......... 2 2 Jonas, Greg C111 .................................... 34 Jones, Dawna C111 ................................ 34 Jones, Gary C111 .................................... 34 Jones, Lee Ann C121 ..,..... 22, 61, 109, 112 Jones, Pat C121 ........................................ 22 Judy,PatC101 ...................................,.... 44 Julander, Evelyn C121 ..... ......... 2 2 K Karaica, Sandra C101 ...,....... ................ 4 4 Kartchner, Bruce C101 ......... ......,... 4 4, 96 Kartchner, Jerry C121 ......... ................ 2 2 Keesler, Charlene C101 .......................... 44 Kemp, David C101 ........... ....... 4 4, 91, 95 Kemp, Kathy C121 ........... ................ 2 2 Kennell, Kathy C111 ....... .......... 3 4, 70 Kenyon, Karen C111 ...... ............ 34 Kenyon, Ken C121 ........... ......... 2 2 Kersh, Sherrie C121 ............. ......... 2 2 Kertamus, Joel C101 ................................ 44 Kimbrough, Rocky C101 ........................ 44 Kirby, Rodney C101 ................................ 44 Kirk, Kathy C121 ................ 22, 57, 61, 101 Kirkham, Carol C121 .... 22, 56, 61, 76, 101 Klossner, Renon C101 ...... 44, 66, 104, 108 Knight, Rebecca C121 ...................... 22, 61 Knudsen, Dennis C121 ............,............,., 22 Kogelschatz, Kaye C101 ....... Kol er, Ronald C101 .......... Koncar, Doug C111 ...... .......... 8 4,96 Konishi, Larry C121 .......... , ............... 22 Kovacich, Johnne C121 .............. 23, 66, 70 2 Limberg, Diane 1101 .............. 44, 107, 118 Murray, Karen 1111 ..... L Laboto, Jerry .......,......... La Gant, Susan 1111 ....... Lambson, Dale ............ Lambson, Ivan ........ Larsen, Vicki ................ Latsis, Calvin 1111 .......,......................., Lavigne, Steve 1121 ........... Lebaron, Rodney ........ Lefler, Cathy 1111 ...,.. 95 34 44 23 44 34 .10, 23, 59, 82 44 61 34 44 23 Lester, Mary 1121 ........ .......... 2 3, Lester, Scott 1111 ........ ............. Lewis, Larry ................ ................ Lewis, Shandra 1121 ........................,.,... Limberg, Sharon 1121 ................ 10, 23, 61 Lindsay, Kathy ...,........,,. Neff, Jeanne 1121 .............. McGinnis, Roberta 1101 Lish, Carrol 1121 ...,......... ......,... 2 3, 67 Litson, Marsha 1121 ....... .......... 2 3, 55 Littlefield, Dale ............. .................... 2 3 Liviragston, Ann 1101 ..........,..............,.. 44 Lloy , Rusty 1111 .................... 34, 89, 101 Long, Doug ..........,,..........,............,........ 23 Lott, Craig 1111 ............ 35, 59, 84, 89, 96 Lovell, Larry 1121 .................................. 23 Ludlow, Richard 1111 ,,.. ........,.,............. 3 5 Lundberg, Ruth 1101 ...,. .......... 4 4,71 M Mace, Norma 1111 ........ .......... 3 5, 68 Mace, Randy 1101 ........ .......... 4 4, 95 Macke, Pat 1101 ........... ............. 4 4 Maddox, Craig 1101 ...... ......... 4 4 Madsen, Jim 1121 ....... ....... 2 3,88 Madsen, Joel 1111 ........ ....... 3 5, 89 Madsen, Karen 1101 ....... ....,.....,.. 4 4 Madsen, Kendra 1121 ..,..... ....... 2 3, 61 Magill, Alice 1111 .................. ............. 3 5 Mandeles, Cheril n 1111 .................. 35, 70 Mandeles, Jud 8101 ........................ 44, 67 Manwill, Lyndla 1111 ,............... 35, 55, 70 Mangulies, Janet 1121 ..,..... ....,.,......... 2 3 Mark, Linda 1121 ........... .................... 2 3 Marler, Sandi 1101 ....., ......,............ 4 4 Marsden, Ann 1121 .................... 23, 61, 67 Marshal, Layne 1121 .......... 23, 59, 76, 82, Martin, Steven 1111 ......... . Mash, David 1111 ....... Matem, Janet 1121 ......... Matern, Marsha 1111 .......... Matievich, Sandra 1121 ...... Matle Jim 1121 Mauchley, Gary 1101 ....... Maxfield, Linda 1101 ....... Maxwell, Alan 1111 ...,... May, Kathleen 1121 ......... Maynes, Susan 1111 ......... McArthur, Danny 1121 ...... McCarthy, Michael 1111 93, 112 35 'nuffl1a5f ifffasf 55 23 68 23 .......44, 92 95 .......23, 71 35 23 ,84 45 McCaul, Kathy 1101 .......,................,.,,.. McCloy, Colleen 1101 ...,............ 43, 71, 76 .45, 108 McDonald, Brent 1101 ................. McLaughlin, Craig 11 11 McMahan, Linda 1121 ....... 'uuniinibn McMillan, Carol 1121 ................ , , McMillan, Gre g 1101 ........ McPherron, Mice 1101 .................... 45, McQuillan, Colleen 1111 ........ .......,..... Meads, Annette 1101 .......... Meads, Jackie 1121 ......... Mecham, Linda 1101 .......... Mecham, Shirley 1121 ........ Mecham, Maxine 1101 ,....... Mechling, Arlene 1101 .......................... Mechling, Julie 1121 ....... ........ 2 4, 61, Medici, Gloria 1101 ......... Medina, Kathy 1101 ...,... Menlove, Susan 1101 ....... 45 35 23 76 91 92 35 45 45 24 45 45 69 45 44 45 68 Meyer, Lagena 1101 .,..,,,....i..........,. 45, Miller, Ed 1121 ...................................... 24 Miller, Larry 11 11 ....,. 35, 59, 66, 104, 105 Miller, Paul 1101 ......,.. .......... 4 5 Mines, Linda 1101 .......... .......... 4 5 Mitchell, Dan 1121 ...,..,. ,........... , 24 Mitchell, Dixie 1121 ...... ....... 2 4,57 Mitchell, Lee 1111 ........., .......... 3 5 Modecker, Ed 1111 ........ .......... 35 Moller, Sandra 1101 ............ ....,........ 6 6 Montoya, Gilbert 1121 ......,. ....,., 2 4, 66 Montoya, Michael 1101 ...... ...,...... 4 5 Montoya, Val 1111 .....,.. .,.,,., 3 5, 84 Moore, Constance 1111 ...... ...,... 3 5, 66 Moore, Ronald 1111 .......... ....,...... 3 5,66 Morris, Jack 1121 ............ .........,.... 2 4, 76 Morris, Joel 1111 ......... .......... 3 5, 67, 104 Morris, Willard 1111 .,.,...... 35, 55, 57, 59, 104, 105 P Pace, Melody 1101 ...... Pack, Chris 1101 ........... Packard, Clark 1121 ..... Packard, Susan 1111 ..... Palmer, Pete 1101 ......... Palmer, Sherie 1101 ...,... Panter, Gayle 1121 ....... Park, Sandra 1121 ...... Parker, Jeanne 1101 ......, Parker, Sandra 1101 .......... Payne, Kathy 1111 .............. Payne, Patti 1111 ..,.......,. 36 Pazell, Mic ael 1111 .......... Peak, Linda 1111 ................ Morrison, Marvette 1121 .................. 24, 67 Mortensen, Beverly 1101 ...................,.... 45 Mower, Dan 1111 ...............,,..... 35, 84, 95 Mower, Pat 1111 ...........................,........ 35 Muhlestein, Colleen 1111 .......,...... 35,101 Mulder, Kim 1121 ....... Mullen, Jim 1101 ..,,..... Mulvey, Alan 1101 ,.... Monson, Brent 1101 ..,,. Murdock, Shaunna 112 Murphy, Randy 1121 Murphy, Sharon 1111 . Murray, Alan 1101 ....... 5 ........ Murray, Dennis 1121 .,.......... Murray, Jolene 1121 24, Mutch, Louise 1121 ..... N Neal, David 1111 ,.... .... Neal, Richard 1121 ,... 62 24, 62, 68, 76 ......10, 45, 92 ....24, 67, 100 104, 105, 106 66, 67, 67, 70 ..24, 110, 111 Nebeker, Charley .................. 24 24 67 Neilson, Faun 1121 ........ 24 Neiswender, Mike 1111 use 687 ' , ,69, Nell, Robert 1101 .................. Nelson, Dick 1111 ........,,.... Nelson, Verlene 1111 ........ Nelson, Vicki 1121 .......... Newcomb, Pam 1101 ...... Newman, Linda 1121 .......... Nicolaides, Tom 1101 ....... Nielson, Bruce 1111 . ,... Nielson, Kim 1111 ....... Nordell, Larry 1101 ........ Norton, Bruce 1121 ........ Nye, Floyd 1111 ......,.... Nygren, Fred 1121 ....... O Oettinger, David 1111 ........ Olgden, Russ 1101 .............. O lin, Lynden 1121 ...,.. Ohlwiler, Karen 1121 ........ Ohlwiler, Mary 1101 .......... Oldham, Brent 1111 ...,...... Oliver, Connie 1121 ............. Oliver, Linda 1101 ................ Oliver, Robert 1121 .,.,.... Oliver, Robffne 1101 .i.... Oliver, Shir e 1101 ...,.... Olsen, Dave 1101 ......... Olsen, Terry 1121 .......... Olsen, Barbara 1111 ........ Olson, Karen 1111 ....... Ortega, Ben 1101 ,........ Orton, Nancy 1101 ....... Orvin, Jim 1111 ........... Osborne, Penny 1121 Ostrander, Merlin 1111 Otterstrom Susan 1101 uuffffaaf ununss, 70 76 45 95 76 ......35, 66, 76 .........,.45, 92 ......35, 59, 84 snffiif ulnufflaf uuunnlnss, .25 54 ez Qfffffasf n,u3o,35, flfssfslf 35 45 70 25 70 55 76 45 25 , 70 45 45 25 68 55 45 45 95 25 35 , .......................... 45 Ottley, Marcia 1121 .......,.. 10, 25, 101, 103 Ovard, Kay 1121 ......... Oveson, Ken 1101 ....... Owsley, Ron 1121 ....,.. Pearson, Bob 1121 ............ Pearson, Donna 1101 .,........ ,unHnu45,71 uun,,45,1o8 Unnunuuzs .unnunss .u,N45 .nunluzs llnuuunzs ,,,l45,6e nnnNnUu45,71 UuH,,iHs5,es ,107,118,166 uuuuuuulnnss nuunnuunnuss ., ........ 46,71 Pearson, Suzanne 1101 ........ .............. 4 6 Pehrson, Jay 1121 ............. ........ 2 5,55 Pehrson, Sandra 1121 ....... ........ 6 2, 70 Perrella, Ralph 1121 ..... ........i......... Perry, Karen 1121 ....,i..................,. 25,112 Petersen, Jeanne 1101 .............. 46, 71, 108 Petersen, Michael 1111 .......................... 36 Peterson, Becky 1111 .......,. .....i...... 3 6, 66 Peterson, Jack 1121 .......................,.. 25, 70 Peterson, Jim 1101 .................................. 46 Peterson, Kathy 1111 .......... 36, 66, 68, 70 Peterson, Mar Ann 1111 ...................... 36 Peterson, Mer1,ynn 1121 ............ 25, 62, 67 Peterson Norman 1121 .......................... 25 Pezely, Joann 1121 ............. Phillips, Eugene 1111 ........ Pickard, Dave 1101 ....... . .25, 62, 70, 112 Pipella, Denice 1101 ..... ......... 4 6, 71 Pitchforth, Brent 1101 ....... ..........,.... 4 6 Pitchforth, Sam 1121 ......... .................. 2 5 Pitt, Brent 1101 ............. ....... 4 0, 46, 109 Pitt, Cherie 1101 ........ .....,,. 4 0, 46, 108 Plant, Brent 1111 ........ ............ 3 6, 95 Platt, David 1121 ........ ......... 2 5, 83 Plott, Dave 1101 .,........ ......... 4 6, 83 Plott, Mark 1121 ........ ............... 2 5 Polster, Patty 1101 ...... ............ 4 6, 66 Poole, Bob 1121 .......i.. ..................... 2 5 Potter, Dale 1101 ........ ......... 4 6, 91, 95 Potter, Don 1101 ........ ............ 4 6,91 Poulos, Tom 1111 .............................. 84, 96 Poulson, Kathy 1111 .............................. 36 Poulson, Kathy 1111 ........................ 36, 66 Poulson, Claudia 1121 ...... 25, 62, 101, 112 Prather, Emie 1111 ................................ 36 Price, Diane 1101 ....,.., ................... 4 5, 66 Prince, Tonia 1101 ......... .............. 4 5, 108 Probert, Sue 1111 ..,............,.................. 36 Pugmire, Robyn 1121 .......... 25, 62, 67, 70 Q Quick, Carey, 1111 ....... Quick, Craig 1121 ......... .........36, 95 R Rackley, Sharon 1111 .......... 36, 66, 70, 71 Raddon, Paul 1121 ......... ..................... 2 5 Rakes, Debbi 1101 ......... ............ 4 6, 66 Ralston, Pam 1111 ............ .......... . .36 Randal, LouAnn 1101 ..,.... ............... 4 6 ganggack, Chr? 1101, ......... .......,.....,.... 4 6 app eye, Lin a 11 ...,........................ 36 Rappleye, Sheri 1121 .................. 26, 62, 70 Ratterman, Sandy 1111 ..............,...,. 36, 68 Redd, Pat 1121 ...,...........,,,.......... 26, 62, 67 Reed,John1101 ........,.... .................. 46 Reed, Kathy S111 ........... .................. 3 6 Reeves, Caro 1111 ....... ..................... 3 6 Reid, Dan 1111 .......................... 36, 84, 95 Reiter, Ronald 1111 ................................ 36 Reynolds, Angela 1101 ........ ......... ...... 4 6 Reynolds,Janet 1101 ......... ........ 4 6 Ricci, Lin a 1111 ........... ........... 3 6 Rice, Kent 1111 ...... ......... 36 , 59 Rice, Larry 1111 ....... ........ 6 6, 85 100, 101, 104, 105, 107, 119 Richardson, Mike 1101 .......... ......... 4 6 Richardson, Rolayne 1111 ...... ............. 3 6 Riddle, Dennis 1111 .,...............,,,.v.. 36,63 Rinehart, Alan 1121 ................................ 26 Roberts, Tim 1101 ............................ 46, 92 Robertson, Sharyl 1121 ..16, 26, 62, 70, 1:1232 Robinson, Carol 1101 .............................. Robinson, Judy 1121 .,.......,...,.......... 26, 67 Robinson, Sandra 1101 ...... ......... 4 6 Rogers, Rhonda 1101 .......... ........, 4 6 Romney, Robert 1111 ........ ......... 3 6 Roseman, Susan 1111 ,.i.... ......... 3 6 Ross, Ray 1111 ............. .................... 8 5 Rowland, Dee 1121 ..... ....................... 2 6 Ruben, Nancy 1121 .......,.... 10, 26, 67, 112 Rugg, Beth 1121 .....,..,....... 10, 26, 67, 101 Rush, Ann 1111 ...................................... 36 Russell, Camille 1121 ............................ 62 Russell, Kathy 1121 ..,............. 26, 100, 118 S Sadler, Mary 1101 .............. ......... 4 6 Sagendorf, David 1101 ..................,......... Sagendorf, Joe 1121 ............,................. 26 Sainsbury, Pam 1101 .............................. 46 Scallion, Tony 1121 .......... 26, 82, 100, 118 Schmidt, Danny 1101 ............................ 46 Schmidt, Don ........................................ 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