North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA)
- Class of 1945
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NQRTH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOCL
Ed LAUREL NORRIS JANE SABISTON Ad MISS MARY M KENNA
TO THE NORTH CENTRAL
BOYS IN OUR ARMED SERV-
ICES-to those who have giventtheir
lives, to those who are now serving
on far-flung battle fronts and in
camps far from home, and to those
boys who soon will enter the service
of their country, it is only fitting that
we dedicate this 1945 Tamarack.
Without their sacrifices and loyalty,
our way of life, our schools, and this
year book would not be possible. It is
our sincere hope and prayer that be-
fore the close of another school year,
these boys will be reunited with their
families and that a lasting peace will
have been established-"that these
dead shall not have died in vain."
Marching along together,
Sharing every song and cheer,
Marching along together,
Whistling ,til the skies are clear.
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Major George Sander looks at the service flag while home on leave in December
from the European Theater of Cperations. Major Sander wears the presidential unit
citation with three oak leaf clusters, and five stars signifying service in Iceland,
Greenland, England, North Africa and Italy. He is not only a North Central graduate,
January '29, but also a member of the faculty.
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The names in the following list, with the exception of the Gold Stars, are supplementary to those published
n the 1944 Tamarack. Only the names of those who have been graduated or who attended North Central as
heir last high school are included.
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kilor, Eddie ,
llfano, Edward J.
lnderson, Ernest H.
lnderson, lner W.
iryan, Walter T.
Buckley, Archie M.
3urke, John F.
Zarson, Gale E.
Zhilberg, Robert L.
Zorey, Ernest Eugene
Cramer, Douglas S.
Crowe, Leroy Edward
Davis, Lee A.
Dicarlo, Joseph J.
Kinzer, Ervin J.
Leonard, Jack R.
Little, Robert L.
McKinney, John C.
Machan, James A.
Mathes, Robert Lee
Miller, Maurice L.
Pickel, Claire Albert
Sipple, Floyd Marvin
Smolkowski, Walter J.
Somers, William E.
Upton, Leland B.
Valentine, Leo H.
Van Gelder, Donald
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Arnold, Joseph William
Bechman, Bob W.
Botham, Maurice S.
Bruno, Bob J.
Buchanan, Otis Jr.
Burgen, Colin C.
Carter, Marion Jean
Cowing, Robert K.
Coburn, William P.
Cody, Paul Edmund
Coolbaugh, Wesley L.
Corey, Jack W.
Cosby, Art R.
Craddick, Roy L.
Crampton, G. Harris
Davis, Garth L.
Defenback, Roy W.
Dietrich, Thomas Ervin
Dill, Francis W.
Eaton, Bill Harlow
Edlund, Vern R.
Endahl, Charles A.
Evans, Jack L.
Finch, Torn L.
Froistad, Richard D.
Gates, David W.
Gates, George D.
Gerlach, Ernest E.
Goldsmith, Melvin H.
Goodwin, Richard W.
Gordon, James F.
Gorman, Joseph R. QBob
Hadford, Melvin M.
Haffner, Loren E.
Hamer, Charles L.
Hauschild, Oliver L.
Hawes, Dee '
Henry, John Daniel
Hooke, Ralph E.
Holmes, Basil D.
Howard, James A.
Hubble, James T.
Jacobsen, Merill S.
Jarvis, Jack D.
Johnson, James A.
Johnson, Sydney W.
Jones, Fred W.
Kaye, Henry M.
Lindberg, Harold B.
Lonza, R. T.
Lorch, Daniel J.
Lundberg, James E.
McCallum, Noble Jack
McCallum, Charles E.
McCormick, Howard L.
McGee, Robert L.
Mandick, Mile M.
Maylott, Asa Orville
Miller, Darrold N.
Morse, Vernon D.
Morrison, Marvin L.
Murbach, Earl W.
Murbach, Vernon L.
Murphy, Arvid -
Murray, Seymour J.
Myhre, Claude D.
Nygaard, Dick A.
Oakes, Fay CBudJ
Palmer, Jack A.
Peterson, Eleanor M.
Peterson, Henry Howard
Philopant, Virgil D.
Phipps, Harve, H. Jr.
Poindexter, Grover E.
Read, Merrill A.
Richardson, Dale Owen
Thornberg, Earl N.
Vander Meer, Dalmer
Van Gelder, Don. J.
Verge, Del C.
Watkins, Jack B.
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ONE HUNDRED YEARS after
Columbus discovered America, Robert
Gray sighted the shores of Washington.
Since then, the lumbering industry has
been of prime importance in the growth
of the stare.
In the present war, wood is being
used directly or indirectly in the con-
struction of almost every machine. The
Mosquito bombers are made of ply
wood. The famed P-T boats are also
constructed of wood, and it takes tons
and tons of paper for the blueprints of
our mighty planes and battleships.
In the post war era, trees will play
an all-important role. New plastics have
been developed from wood and the list
of wood products is steadily growing.
The mighty forests, the thousands
of square miles of virgin timber have
built the state of Washington and will
continue to contribute to a great North-
west after the war. For this reason we
have chosen the tree as a fitting symbol
for this fourth war-time Tamarack.
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F. G. KENNEDY, Principal
Left to right: Mrs. Effie Olson, attendance clerkg Mrs. Vera Bayley, bookroom clerk: Miss Helen
Huneke, secretary: Walter C. Hawes, Vice Principal.
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:rant row, left to right: Miss Conah Mae Ellis, Miss Mary Bacon, Miss Isabel McElwee, Miss Helen
'luneke, Miss Ethel Ashley. Second row: Miss Zelva Moeser fcadet teacherj, Miss Ruth Wiiikley, Miss
Jlary Main fcadel teaclu-rj, Miss Violet Starkweather, Miss Caroline Riker. Third row: O. Griggs,
Wesley Taylor. A. O. Streiter.
:7'011t r0u', left to righti C. R. Randall, Mrs. Gladys Dunphy, Mrs. Clara Cowley, Miss Neva Wiley, Miss
sfluriel Allison, C. A. Chandler. Second row: Paul Tobie, C. Olin Rice, L. C. Bradford, Miss Mary Beth
loot fcadet teacherj, Dale Riggin. Third row: Paul Neuman, Ernest L. Hix, T. O. Ramsey, Don Bonamy,
J. W. Willialmis.
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ter and bottom were taken at th
Spokane Teachers' picnic on the Norti
Central playfield last fall. Stav-ting a
the top of the page. left to right, are
Miss Conah Mae Ellis, Miss Helc'
Cleveland, J. D. Youngrnan, Miss Isa
bel McElwce, Miss Margaret Raw
iings, Miss Wilhelinine Timrn, Mis
Helen Huneke, Bryson L. Jaynes.
CENTER: Mrs. Gladys Dunphy.
BOTTOM, FRONT Row: Miss Els.
Pinkhanz, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Randall
SECOND Row: Miss Isabel McElwee
Miss Wilhelnzine Timm. Miss Mar
BELOW: Mrs. Hawes. Walter C
Hawes, Miss Emma Clarke. Mis
FAR LEFT. ABOVE: T. O. Ramsey
Mrs. Florence Parish. Mrs. Clar
Far LEFT. BELOW: Miss Mary Mc
Kenna and Miss Mary Bacon aclrnir
a little stray dog.
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AxToN, LILLIAN IRENE
Big Cousin 23 Library Monitor 33
Slip Collector 33 Locker Monitor
33 League Honor Roll 3 times3
Red Cross Rep. 4.
BALLOU, WILLIAM R.
Math, Social Studies
Trans. from Lynchburg, Virginia.
A.S.C. 43 Dues Lieut. 4.
Grad. in 3V2 years3 Traffic Squad
Commissioner 43 Conduct Board
2, 3, 4.
BONNER, RICHARD R.
Math, Mech. Drawing
Traffic Squad 3, 4, Capt. 43 Fire
Squad 23 Fed. Rep. 2, 33 Class
Orator 43 Sr. A Honor Roll.
CAMPBELL, SHIRLEY YvoNNE
Library Monitor 23 Roll Checker
33 Red Cross Rep. 43 League Hon-
or R011 3 times.
CLEAVE, MARY Lou
Red Feathers 33 Color Guard 3, 43
A.S.C. 3, 4, Pres. 43 Central Coun-
cil 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pres.
43 Tamarack Assoc. Ed. 43 News
Staff 3, Ed. 33 Ad Staff Mgr. 43
Pres. Red Cross 43 Spanish Club 4:
Doll Shop 2, 43 Operetta l, 2, 3,
Lead 43 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43 All-
Activity Letter, Barg Color Girls
1, 2, Vice Chm. 23 Spring Pageant
l, 33 N. C. Hilights 43 League Hon-
or Roll 8 timesg Sr. A Honor Roll.
Math, Languages, Soc. Studies
Pres. Red Cross 43 Red Feather:
3, 43 Tennis Team 3, 43 Spanisl
Club 3, 4, Treas. 43 A.S.C. 43 Cen-
tral Council 43 Athletic Board 4
Tamarack Sr. Ed. 43 Color Girls 2
League Honor Roll 5 timesg Big
Cousin 2, 3, 43 Sr. A. Honor Roll.
BAUER, HAZEL MARIE
Trans. from Lewis and Clark
League Honor Roll 5 timesg Li-
brary Monitor l, 2, 33 War Stamg
War Stamp Chm. 43 Big Cousin 4
Slip Collector 43 War Stamp Rep
3, 43 League Rep. 23 Locker Moni-
BREWER, MICHAEL J.
Math, Social Studies
Trans. from Gonzaga3 Traffic
Squad 3, 4.
CHRIsTENsEN, BARBARA MARIE
Tennis Team 2, 33 Sr. Counselor:
Golf Team 43 Vox Puellarum 3, 43
News Rep. 23 Operetta 23 League
Honor Roll 1 timeg Con. Dep. 2, 43
Slip Collector 43 Big Cousin 2, 4.
COSTELLO, MARTIN JOHN
Math, Social Studies
Retail, Social Studies
Grad. in 3V2 years, Fed. Rep. 1,
2, 39 Tamarack Rep. 2, 3, Oper-
etta 3, Senior Dram. 43 Radio 4.
Trans. from Cusick, Wn.3 Girl Re-
serves, League Honor Roll 3
HALSTEAD, PATRICIA ANN
Roll Checker 2, 3, Slip Collector
4, Art Club 49 Tamarack Art
Comm. 43 Tennis Team lg Library
Rep. 33 Red Cross Rep. 2, War
Stamp Rep. 4.
HARRY, DAVID E.
Grad. in 314 years, Track 2, 3,
Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 4,
Leader 4, Doll Shop Orchestra 3:
Trombone Quartette Leader 3, 4.
DOTY, IRENE JOYCE
Red Cross Rep. 3, Library Rep. 2.
EBY, WILLIAM LOYD
Trans. from Calumet City, Ill.,
Track 4, Senior A Class Pres.
Grad. in 3'A, years, League Rep. 2,
Red Cross Rep. 23 Senior Dram.
GREEN, WALLACE D.
Track 1, 2, Football 2, 3, Frosh
Football lg News Rep. 2, Ground
HARRISON, ANITA IRIS
Social Studies, Languages
League Honor Roll 7 times, Latin
Club 2, 3, 4.
Grad. in 314 yearsg Band l, 2, 3, 4g
Math Club 3, 43 A. S. C. Sec. 45
Amores Librorum 23 Sr. Dram.g
Doll Shop Orchestrag Fed. Coun-
HERGERT, GENE G.
Trans. from Springdale, Wn.,
Ground Squad 3, 4, Lieut, 4, News
HIGGINS, EDWARD JAMES
HOFFMANN, NoRMAN HAROLD
Band 2, 3, 4.
JOHNSON, MAXINE HELEN
Color Girls 1, 23 Big C0uSin 3141
Locker Monitor 3, League Honor
Roll 5 times, Library Monitor 1,25
After School Sports.
Grad. in 3V2 years, Red Feathers
3, 43 Color Girls 25 Math Club
3, 4, Amores Librorum 3, 45 Doll
Shop 4, Operetta 3.
KRIKEN1, JOANN BEATRICE
Trans. from Kodiak, Alaskag
Spring Pageant 33 League Honor
Roll " times, Red Cross Rep. 4.
HEYDON, MAx1NE LOUISE
Senior Dram., Art Club 4, Stage
Palnting 3, 4, Locker Monitor 3, 4
Tamarack Rep. 3g Red Cross Rep
3, 4, Tamarack Staff 43 Big Cous-
in 2, 33 Girl Reserves 3, League
Honor Roll 3 times.
HILLMER, MURIEL DORIS
Operetta 3, Doll Shop 4, Big
Cousin 23 League Rep. 33 Locker
Monitor 43 League Honor Roll 3
JAMES, RICHARD D.
Conduct Board Pres. 43 Traffic
Squad 3, 4, Tennis Team 43 Fed.
Rep. 2, 35 News Rep. 29 Sr. A.
J OHNSON, SHIRLEE
Doll Shop 4, Senior Dram., Big
Cousin 3, 4.
Trans. from Kennewick, Wn.
LACKEY, VIRGINIA MAE
Roll Checker 4, Sr. Counselor,
Library Monitor 2, 3.
Home Ec., Math.
3ig Cousin 2, Nurse Messenger 3,
Spring Pageant 3, League Honor
2011 4 times.
Track Team 2, 3, 4, Football
z, 3, 4.
LYON, BETTY Jo
Commercial, Home Ec.
League Secretary, A. S. C. 4, Cen-
tral Council 4, P. E. Dept. Head
4, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4, Head 3, Doll
Shop 4, Dance Comm. 3, Vox
Puellarum 3, 4, Color Girls 2,
Red Feathers 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4,
Prom. Com. 4, News Rep. 3, A11-
MCROBERTS, HAROLD HUGH
Grad. in 352 years, Operetta 3, 4,
Doll Shop 3, Senior Dram.
Song Leader 3, 4, Chm. 4, Color
Girls 2, Vox Puellarum 2, 3, 4,
Sgt.-at-arms 3, Vice Pres. 4, Pres.
4, Vice Pres. League 4, Operetta
3, Doll Shop 4, Spring Pageant 3,
A.S.C. 4, Central Council 4.
MORGAN, SHIRLEE ILEANE
Red Feathers 3, 4, Tennis Team
3, 4, Operetta 4, Sec.-Treas. Red
Cross 4, Sr. Counselor, Sec. P. E.
Dept. 4, Big Cousin 2, 3,4, Cen-
tral Council 4, League Honor Roll
4 times, Sr. A Honor Roll, Locker
Monitor 3, Library Monitor 2, 3.
LANDRETH, LILLIE MAE
Roll Checker 3, Locker Monitor
3, 4, League Rep. 4, Sr. Coun-
LEE, J osEP1-I
Traffic Squad 3, 4, Lieut. 4, News
Rep. 2, 3, Tamarack Rep. 3, Sr. A
Class Vice Pres.
MCMAHON, ELSA MARGUERITE
A.S.C. 3, 4, Treas. 4, Color Guard
3, 4, Red Feathers 3, Central
Council 3, 4, Spring Pageant 1, 3,
Doll Shop 2, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4,
Vox Puellarum 3, 4, La Tertulia
2, 3, Vice Pres. 3, Big Cousin
Head 3, Gym Monitor 1, 2, League
Rep. 2, Color Girls 2, Hist. 2, Ten-
nis Team 1, 2, 3, League Honor
Roll 7 times, All-Activity Letter,
MACDONALD, JoYcE M.
Tamarack Rep. 3, News Rep. 4,
Doll Shop 2, Operetta 2, 4, Tama-
rack Staff 4, League Honor Roll
1 time, Big Cousin 3, 4.
MILLER, ALICE LOUISE
Trans. from St. Maries, Idaho.
MURBACH, SHIRLEY RUTH
Red Feathers 3, 4, Sec. 4, Tennis
Team 3, 4, Sec. Conduct Board 4,
A.S.C. 4, Central Council 4, Lock-
er Monitor 3, Amores Librorum 3,
Library Monitor 4, League Rep. 2,
Senior A Honor Roll, Operetta 4,
Big Cousin 2, 3, League Honor
Roll 3 times.
Nl-II.SON, Dolus JUNE
Football Princess 43 Senior Dram.3
Ad Staff 43 News Staff 43 Red
Feathers 3, 43 Color Girls 1, 23
Operetta 1, 2, 3, 43 Spring Pag-
eant 1, 33 Doll Shop 2, 43 Vox
Puellarum 2, 3, 43 Doll Shop Lead
23 League Honor Roll 8 times3
Tennis Team 3, 43 Tamarack Ad
Mgr. 43 All-Activity Letter3 Quill
and Scroll 4.
PATTERSON, F. KENNETH
Transferred from Great Falls,
Art Club 4.
PEASE, ERWIN IVAN
Red Feathers 3, 4, Chm. 43 Color
Girls 1, 23 Sr. Counselor3 Red
Cross Rep. 43 Big Cousin 2, 3,43
Doll Shop 1,33 Operetta 3, 43
Spring Pageant 2, 43 Roll Checker
13 All-Activity Letter, Bar3 Lock-
er Monitor 1, 2, 43 After School
Sports 1, 2.
SALMON, RUTH CLARA
Doll Shop 33 Operetta 2, 33 Red
Feathers 2, 3, 43 League Pres. 43
Central Council 2, 3, 43 A.S.C. 2, 43
Color Girls 23 Sr. A Honor Roll.
SJoBERc, LAWRENCE WILLIAM
Industrial Arts and Science
Grad. in 31f2 years3 Fed. Rep. 23
News Rep. 33 Stage Crew 3, 4.
NORRIS, LAUREL JUNE
Languages, Math., Soc. Studies
News Staff 3, 4, Ed. 3, Managing
Ed. 43 Tamarack Staff 3, 4, Asso.
Ed. 3, Ed. 43 Red Feathers 3, 4,
Hist. 43 Tennis Team 3, 4, Capt. 43
Doll Shop Pub. Mgr. 43 Spring
Pageant 33 All-Activity Letter3
Color Girls 23 A.S.C. 43 Central
Council 43 Big Cousin 2, 3, 4, Head
43 Sr. Counselor Chm. 43 League
Honor Roll 5 times3 Spanish Club
3, 4, Vice Pres. 43 Quill and Scroll
3, 4, Vice Pres. 43 Senior A Hon-
PEARSON, AUDREY IONl
PIPER, DOROTHY JENNIE
League Treas. 43 Central Council
2, 43 A.S.C. 3, 43 Big Cousin 1, 2,
3, 43 Red Feathers 3, 43 Color
Girls 1, 2, Chm. 23 P.E. Dept. Head
43 P.E. Accordionist 1, 2, 3, 43
Spring Pageant 1, 33 All-Activity
Letter3 League Honor Roll 8
times: Doll Shop 2, 43 Operetta
RoccA, JOSEPH VICTOR
Trans. from Gonzagag Grad. in
31!2 yearsg Band 3, 4, Sec. 4.
SCHEEL, ROBERT EARL
Fed. Rep. 3.
SMITH, NAOMI JEAN
Library Rep. 23 News Rep. 33
Locker Monitor 33 Red Cross Rep.
43 Senior Dram.
QTEFFER, DOROTHY DELL
Sig Cousin 3, 43 Locker Monitor
Lg Library Monitor 1, League
ionor Roll 4 times, After School
Sports 3, 4.
Frans. from Lewis and Clark.
Library Rep. 3, 4, Gym Monitor
lg News Rep. 3, Big Cousin 43
Qocker Monitor 4g Red Cross
WOLBERT, BETTE JANE
Library Rep. 3, 4, News Rep. 4,
Senior Counselor, Spring Pag-
eant 3, Big Cousin 4, Library
Monitor 2, 3.
WRIQHT, LEE E.
Fed. Pres. 4, Fed Clerk 33 Fed.
Treas. 2, N. C. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Vice
Pres. 4, Sec. 3, Treas. 2, Football
3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4, Band
2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4g A.S.C. 2, 3, 4,
Athletic Board 3, 4, Math Club
3, 4, Pres. 4, Prom Comm. 4.
Transfer from Lincoln High, Se-
News Rep. 33 League Rep. 4.
Woon, BETTY Lou
Three Fives 2, 33 Operetta 2, 3, 4,
Doll Shop 4, Operetta 4, Senior
Dram., Central Council 43 A.S.C.
43 League Honor Roll 8 times,
Horizon Club, Red Feathers 3, 4,
January Seniors Without Pictures in the Tamarack
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EVANS, JACK fservicej Mosso, FRANCIS
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twent y- five
Allli01"l', PiivLl.1s RUTH
Trans. from West Valley, Slip
ALEXANDER, VIRGINIA MARIE
Trans. from Holy Names, Locker
Monitor 2, Color Girls 2, Big
Cousin 2, 3, 4, Big Cousin Head
3, Red Feathers 3, 4, Spring Pag-
eant 2, 4, A.S.C. 3, 4, Central
Council 3, 4, Sr. Counselor, Lock-
er Commissioner 4, Conduct
Board 4, League Honor Roll 8
times, Sr. A Honor Roll.
ANDREWS, CAROL IRENE
Doll Shop 3, Operetta 2, Spring
Pageant 2, 4, Color Girls 2, Red
Feathers 3, 4, Vox Puellarum 2,
3, Big Cousin 3, 4, League Honor
Roll 4 times, Art Club 2, Con
BAILEY, BETTY JEAN
Home Ec., Social Studies
Locker Monitor, Library Rep.
Fed. Rep. 2.
Red Feathers 4, Gym Monitor 3,
Locker Monitor 3, Spring Pageant
2, 4, League Rep. 2, 3, Orphan
Rep. 2, Red Cross Rep. 2, 3, Or-
chestra l, Slip Collector 2, Big
Cousin 2, News Staff 4, Tama-
rack Staff 4.
Amores Librorum 3, 4, Chess
Club 3, 4.
ALLEN, ROBERT GEORGE
Math., Science, Soc. Studies
Football 2, 3, Captain 4, Football
Inspiration 4, All-City Guard 4
Baseball 3, 4, Traffic Squad 4
Fed. Pres. 4, Clerk 3, Treas. 4
A.S.C. 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Sec. 4.
Trans. from Seattle, Wash., News
Rep. 3, Locker Monitor 4, Stamp
Rep. 4, Tamarack Rep. 4, Red
Cross Rep. 3.
League Sec. 4, Red Feathers 3, 4,
Operetta 3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Spring
Pageant 2, 4, A.S.C. 4, Central
Council 4, League Honor Roll 6
times, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Math.
Club 2, 3, 4, Vox Puellarum 2,
BARTLETT, CHERI YVONNE
Big Cousin 2, 3, Library Rep 3, 4.
BAUMAN, J EANETTE
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Tennis Team
LENNEH, CLAUDE G.
iround Squad 3.
EISHOP, ISABELLE BETTY
Home Ec., Social Studies
ilip Collector 2, 3.
geague Honor Roll 2 times,
Spring Pageant 2.
3URSON, DON E.
Social Studies, Art
Fed. Rep. 2, 3, Operetta 3, Lead
l, Senior Dram., Gym Monitor 3,
A.S.C. 3, 4, N. C. Hilights 4, Tam-
arack Staff Photo. 3, Pres. Thes-
,Jian Troupe 628, 4.
SAMPBELL, JAMES ROBERT
Band 2, 3, 4, Assist. Librarian 2,
Head Lib. 3, 4, Bandmaster 4,
Trumpet Quartette 3, Pep Band
3, 4, Derby Band 3, 4, Traffic
Squad 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Operetta
Orchestra 4, News Rep. 4.
Bxscuorr, ELAINE DOROTHY
Color Girls 1, 2, Red Feathers 3,
4, Operetta 4, Spring Pageant 2,
4, Amores Librorum 2, 3, Pres. 4,
Senior Dram., League Honor Roll
8 times, Room Rep. 4, News Staff
Bookkeeper 3, Sec. P. E. Dept.
Math., Science, Social Studies
Ground Squad 3, Capt. 4.
Trans. from Valley high school,
Stamp Rep. 4, Roll Checker 4,
Tri-Y 3, 4.
Roll Checker 1, Big Cousin 1, 2, 3,
4, League Rep. 3, 4, League Hon-
or Roll 8 times, A.S.C. 3, 4, Cen-
tral Council 3, 4, Operetta 4, Sen-
ior Dram., Con Dep. 4, Horizon
CAMPBELL, KATIILEEN Jo ANN
Trans. from Troy, Idaho.
Math., Social Studies
Grad. in 3 years, Frosh Football,
Frosh Basketball, Frosh Baseball, 1
Football 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, Bas-
ketball 3, Sr. Gym 2.
CHRISTMAN, RUBY BERNICE
Slip Collector 3.
Roll Checker 4, War Stamp Rep.,
Red Cross Rep.
Basketball 2, Library Rep. 2, War
Stamp Rep. 4.
CREEL, PATRICIA ELIZABETH
Doll Shop 4, Spring Pageant 3,
Tennis Team 3, 4, League Honor
Roll 8 times, Roll Checker 2,
Locker Monitor 3, 4, Big Cousin
2, 3, 4.
CRow, LAURA ALICE
Color Girls 2, League Honor Roll
2 times, War Stamp Rep. 4.
CHRISTENSEN, VERNE ANTHONY
Commanche Guard 3.
Band 2, 3, 4, Pit Band 3, 4, Pep
Band 3, 4, Operetta 3, Lead 4
Senior Dram. 4, N. C. Hilights
3, 4, Thespian Troupe 628.
COGLEY, CARROL D.
Track 2, 3, 4, Ground Squad 4
Chess Club 4.
Fed. Rep, 2: Tamarack Rep. 3.
Three Fives 3, 4, Operetta 3, Roll
Checker 2, Big Cousin 3, League
Honor Roll 3 times, Tamarack
Rep. 1, Choir 3, 4, Chorus 4.
Math. Club 2, 3, 4, Vox Puel-
larum 2, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 3,
League Treas., Doll Shop 3, Oper-
etta 2, 4, Locker Commissioner 4,
A.S.C. 4, Central Council 4, Con-
duct Board 4, Red Feathers 3, 4,
Slip Collector 3, Color Girls 2,
League Honor Roll 6 times,
Spring Pageant 2, 4, Con Dep. 4,
Big Cousin 3, 4.
JEAN, MARJQRIE JANE
Doll Shop 2, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 43
led Feathers 3, 43 Spring Pag-
ant 2, 43 La Tertulia 2, 3, 43
L.S.C. 43 Central Council 43
.eague Pres. 43 Color Girls 23
.eague Honor Roll 9 times, P. E.
Dept. Head 43 Sr. B. Vice Pres.,
Jews Rep. 3, 4.
JIEHL, CLEDA M.
Jperetta 2, 33 Doll Shop 23 Spring
Math., Social Studies
Frans. from Gonzaga, Tamarack
Rep. 33 Fed. Rep. 4.
ELLIS, MARY Lu
La Tertulia 2, 3, 43 News Staff 43
Class Ed. Tamarack 43 Big Cousin
lg News Rep. 4.
EMRAY, BARBARA JEAN
Horizon Club 3, 43 Library Mon-
ltor 33 Big Cousin 4.
DERRICK, A. MERLE
News Staff 3, 43 Tamarack 43
Traffic Squad 13 Baseball 3.
DowER, JOAN KATHRYN
Doll Shop 23 La Tertulia 2.
Social Studies, Science
Band 2, 3, 43 Traffic Squad 3, 43
Fed. Rep. 2, 3.
Dance Comm. 2, 33 A.S.C. Vice
Pres. 4, Pres. 43 Football 3, 43
Hi-Y 2, 3, Pres. 43 Band 3, 43 All
City Dance Comm. 33 Pres. Sr. A
ESPEN, PHYLLIS LORRAINE
Color Girls 23 Spring Pageant 23
Library Rep. 3, 43 Big Cousin 3.
FERGUSON, VIRGINIA LEE
Color Girls l, 2, Doll Shop 1, 3,
Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Feathers
3, 4, All-Activity Letter 3, Quill
and Scroll 4, Treas. 4, News Staff
4, Feature Ed. 4, Editorial Page
Ed. 4, Vox Puellarum 2, 3, Hist.
Reporter 4, Pres. 4, Sr. Editor
Tamarack 4, Spring Pageant 2, 4,
League Honor Roll 6 times, Ten-
nis Team 3, Con Dep. 3, Sr. A.
Foscmrs, DoRo'rHY E.
Big Cousin 3, 4, Slip Collector 3,
War Stamp Rep. 4.
FRANK!-T, RICHARD FRED
Frosh Football, Band 1, 2, 3, 41
Trans. Mgr. 3, Choir 3, Traffic
Squad 2, 3, Lieut. 4, Fed. Rep. 3,
Tamarack Rep. 3, Fed. Council 4,
A.S.C. 4, Pres. Conduct Board 4,
News Rep. 4, Track 1, 2.
Gaz:-rrrrz, PHYLLIS JEAN
Doll Shop 3, Operetta 3, A.S.C.
3, 4, Central Council 3, 4, Ten-
nis Team l, 2, 3, 4, Golf 3, 4,
Social Studies '
Football 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, E
Library Rep. 3.
Foss, Amen E.
Spring Pageant 3, Library Rep. E
League Rep. 3, Girl Reserves 2, E
War Stamp Rep. 4.
Grad. in 3Vz Years, Ground Squat
3, 4, Track 2.
FULWILER, Lois MAXINE
GIBBONS, MIRIAM A.
Math., Social Studies
Latin Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves
GLEASON, EVELYN CECELIA
Social Studies, Home Ec.
Doll Shop 1, Spring Pageant 2,
League Honor Roll 6 times, Roll
Checker 2, Slip Collector 3, Sr.
Counselor 1, Big Cousin 4, News
RLEETEN, BARBARA JEAN
Doll Shop 1, 33 Operetta 1, 23
Spring Pageant 23 Color Girls 23
ted Feathers 43 News Staff 43
All-Activity Letter 43 League
ionor Roll 4 times.
IRECO, BERNICE LOUISE
Science, Social Studies
A.S.C. 43 Sr. Counse1or3 Slip Col-
ector 2, 33 Spring Pageant 33
Qatin Club 3, Sec. 43 League
Elonor Roll 8 times3 Horizon
Math., Social Studies
HARRISON, MARJORIE FAYE
Home Ec., Social Studies
Girl Reserves 3.
GLOTH, ALEC ROBERT
Math., Manual Arts
Band 2, 3, Business Mgr. 43 Corn-
manche Guard 23 Baseball Mgr. 2.
GORDI-IN, GLORIA LILLIAN
Trans. from Lewis and Clark3
Doll Shop 33 Operetta 3, 43 Vox
Puellarum 3, 43 Horizon Club 3,
43 Spring Pageant 33 Social Serv-
ice 3, 43 Slip Collector 3.
Vox Puellarum 2, 3, 43 Art Club
3, 43 Operetta 2, 43 Doll Shop 33
Library Rep. 2, 43 War Stamp
Rep. 43 Red Cross Rep. 43 Roll
Checker 3, 43 Spring Pageant 33
Tamarack Staff 43 Golf Team 3, 4.
HANKE, GRACE IDA
Trans. from Lewis and Clark3
Grad. in 31!2 years3 League Rep.
33 Sr. Counse1or3 Latin Club 3, 43
Central Council 33 Doll Shop 33
HARNACK, HARRIET JEANNE
HARTMAN, VIRGINIA LEE
Vox Puellarum 2, Hist.-Reporter
3, 43 Three Fives 43 League Quar-
tette 43 Operetta 2, 43 Doll Shop
33 Senior Dram.3 'l'amarack Rep.
43 Red Cross Rep. 3, 43 Big Cousin
2, 3, 43 Con Dep. 2, 3, 4.
HAUG, IRIs M.
Trans. from Rogers3 Operetta 3,
43 Three Fives 2, 3, 43 News Rep.
43 Library Rep. 33 International
Club 23 Library Monitor 2, 43
Locker Monitor 43 League Honor
Roll 7 times.
HAYS, MYLDRED LOUISE
League Honor Roll 8 times3 Color
Girls 1, 23 Red Feathers 3, 43
A.S.C. 4, Vice Pres. 43 Central
Council 43 Chm. Dance Comm. 43
Vox Puellarum, 2, 3, Vice Pres.
43 Doll Shop 33 Operetta 1, 2, 33
Spring Pageant 2, 43 All-Activity
Letter 33 Tennis Team 33 Big
Cousin 2, 3, 43 Con Dep. 33 Slip
Collector 43 Library Monitor l, 23
News Rep. 4.
HEMPLEMAN, G. NADINE
Color Girls 1, 23 Red Feathers 3,
43 Operetta 1, 2, 43 Spring Pag-
eant 2, 43 Doll Shop 1, 33 Sec.
Conduct Board 43 A.S.C. 43 Cen-
tral Council 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
Doll Shop 23 Spring Pageant 23
Library Rep. 23 League Honor
Roll 7 times3 Art Club 43 Locker
Monitor 43 Slip Collector 4.
HOWARD, FLORENCE E.
Merry Go R d Stu 13 League
Honor R t es ews Rep. 43
Orchest 1 2 3 Operetta Or-
chestr L Iy Monitor 1, 33
. Y , .
Sli ll .
JAYNES, RosE MARIE
Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Operetta Or-
chestra 3, 43 Color Girls 23 Latin
Club 2, 33 Ed. The News 43 Quill
and Scroll 3, 43 League Honor
Roll 8 times3 Library Monitor 2,
3, 43 Chm. Library 43 A.S.C. 43
Central Council 43 Sr. A Honor
Roll3 Sr. Counselor3 Senior Dram.
Tamarack Rep. 43 Ground Squz
23 Con Dep. 2.
HEINE, PHILIP A.
Commanche Guard 2.
HENEFER, PAT ANN
Doll Shop 33 Operetta 23 Sprin
Pageant 2, 43 Color Girls 23 Re
Feathers 3, Hist. 43 Art Club Sec
Treas. 23 Vox Puellarum 2, Trea,
3, Sgt.-at-Arms 43 Big Cousin I
33 League Honor Roll 6 time:
Tennis Team 3, 43 Con Commis
sioner 43 A.S.C. 43 Central Coun
cil 43 Dance Chm. 43 Danc
Comm. 43 Conduct Board 4.
HoL'I', JACK W.
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Stage Mgr. 2
Concert Soloist 3, 43 Dist. Contes
Soloist 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4
Track 3, 43 Chess Club 4.
J ACOBSEN, SUSAN ANITA
Color Girls 23 Operetta 3, 4
League Honor Roll 8 times3 Dol
Shop 33 Red Feathers 3, 43 Threq
Fives 3, 43 A.S.C. 43 Centra
Council 43 Art Club 2, 43 Latil
Club 3, 43 Big Cousin 33 Horizoi
Club 2, 3, 43 Choir 33 Sr. Coun'
J EWETT, GEORGE FREDERICK
Social Studies, Science
Trans. from Phillips Academy
JHNS, MARGARET ELIN
orizon Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Girl Re-
rves 45 Library Monitor 1, 2,
45 Big Cousin 1, 2, 3, 4.
DHNSON, EVELYN EUGENIA
treet Locker Monitor 25 Office
Iessenger 35 Slip Collector 3, 4.
OHNSON, ELIZABETH LUCILLE
lews Rep. 35 League Rep. 45 Cen-
ral Council 45 A.S.C. 45 Spring
'ageant 45 News Staff 45 Sr. Edi-
Jr Tamarack 45 Red Feathers 45
.eague Honor Roll 2 times5 Big
Iousin 2, 35 Orphan Rep. 1, 45
Quill and Scroll Sec. 45 Merry-
io-Round Stunt 15 Math. Club
5 Sr. A Honor Roll.
Home E c.
QACHINSKY, ELEANOR L.
latin Club Sec. 3, 45 Big Cousin
5, 3, 45 Library Monitor 3.
Doll Shop Orchestra 35 Orchestra
Z, 3, 45 Operetta Orchestra 2, 3, 4.
J oHNsoN, DoRIs
War Stamp Rep. 45 Color Girls 25
Horizon Club 3, 45 After-School
Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Library Monitor
45 Big Cousin 3, 45 Tri-Y 3, 45
Library Rep. 25 League Honor
Roll 3 times.
JOHNSON, J ACQUELINE MAY
Girl Reserves 2, 35 War Stamp
Rep. 45 Slip Collector 3.
JOHNSTON, GRACE CORRINNE
Trans. from Seattle, Wash.5 Cen-
tral Council 45 A.S.C. 45 Con Dep.
35 League Rep. 2, 35 Sr. Counselor
Head5 Red Cross Rep. 3, 45 La
Tertulia 2, 3, 45 Vox Puellarum 3,
4, Treas. 45 Big Cousin 2, 3, 4.
JYDSTRUP, NELLA DARLENE
Doll Shop 35 League Honor Roll
l time5 All-Activity Letter 35
After-School Sports 2, 35 Tennis
Team 1, 2, 3, Capt. 45 Track 1,
KALLESTAD, Lowsu. GRANT
Industrial Arts, Science
Girl Reserves 15 Rest Room Mon-
Doll Shop 33 Red Feathers 3, 43
Color Girl Hist. 23 Spring Pag-
eant 23 League Honor Roll 6
times3 Amores Librorum Sec. 23
All-Activity Letter 33 Big Cousin
33 Red Cross Rep. 23 La Tertulia
Operetta 33 Color Girls 23 Spring
Assoc. Ed. News Staff 43 League
Honor Roll 9 times3 All-Activity
Letter, 2 bars 33 Book Week Con-
test's Winner 3, 43 A.S.C. 43 Red
Feathers 3, 43 Color Girls 23 Op-
eretta 3, 43 Doll Shop 33 Spring
Pageant 2, 43 Jr. Figure Skating
Club 3, 43 Quill and Scroll 43
Amores Librorum 2, 3, 43 Latin
LAMBERSON, HELEN M.
Merry-Go-Round Stunt 13 Nurse
Messenger 13 League Rep. 23 Art
Library Monitor 23 Big Cousin 2,
3, 43 Library Rep. 33 Slip Col-
lector 3, 43 News Rep. 43 War
Stamp Rep. 43 League Honor Roll
LEAF, BEVERLY LoU1sE
Tamarack Rep. 2.
League Honor Roll 6 times3
League Rep. 3, 43 Color Girls 23
Towel Cupboard Monitor 23 War
Stamp Rep. 43 Big Cousin 43 Op-
eretta 43 Spring Pageant 2, 43
Math. Club 2, 3, Sec. 43 Girl Re-
serves 23 Con Dep. 43 Vox Puel-
larum 3, 43 Red Feathers 3, 43
Senior Df8m.Q Sr. A. Honor Roll3
Central Council 43 A.S.C. 4.
KEMP, BETTY ANN
Color Girls 23 Library Monitor 1
2, 3, 43 League Honor Roll 1
KENT, A. LAVERNE
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3
43 Pep Band 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2
Lead 3, 43 Doll Shop 33 Senioi
Dram. La Tertulia 3, 43 Thespiar
Club 43 Derby Band 2.
KRAMER, BOB J.
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta 43 Red
Dues Lieut. 43 Vice Pres. Red
Cross 43 A.S.C. 3, 43 Treas. Sr. B
Class3 Drum Section Librarian 4,
Color Girls 1, 23 Red Feathers 3,
43 Chm. League Honor Roll 33
Spring Pageant 2, 43 A.S.C. 3, 43
Central Council 3, 43 Co-Chm.
Revision of League Constitution
43 Senior A Honor Roll3 League
Honor Roll 8 times3 Girl Re-
LENERVILLE, MARGARET NAN
Spring Pageant 23 A.S.C. 33 Cen-
tral Council 33 Chm. Library
Monitors 33 Con Dep. 43 League
Honor Roll 7 times.
LEWIS, DONALD EUGENE
Fted Cross Rep. 43 League Rep. 33
gocker Monitor 33 Slip Collector
lg League Honor Roll 2 timesg
Fennis Team Mgr. 3, 43 Operetta
l3 Doll Shop 33 Sr. Counselor 43
Big Cousin 3, 4.
A.S.C. 3, 43 Central Council 3, 43
Horizon Club Vice Pres. 3, Pres.
13 Social Service Chm. 43 Color
Girls 23 Red Feathers 3, 43 Big
Cousin 2, 3, 43 League Honor Roll
Ground Squad 2, 4, Lieut. 3, Com-
missioner 43 A.S.C. 43 Conduct
MCDONALD, DOROTHY LAVERGNE
Girl Reserves 3, Sec. 43 Roll
Checker 3, 43 Big Cousin 3, 43
News Rep. 43 Tamarack Rep. 43
Library Rep. 3.
MCDOUGALL, PATRICIA MARIE
Red Feathers 3, 43 Color Girls 23
Operetta 3, 43 Doll Shop 33 League
Honor Roll 8 timesg Art Club 2,
43 La Tertulia 2, 3, 43 Big Cousin
33 A.S.C. 43 Central Council 43
Spring Pageant 2, 43 Horizon Club
2, Treas, 3, 43 League Rep. 23 All-
Activity Letter 3.
MCKEEN, DAVID W.
Trans. from Cashmere, Wash.3
Traffic Squad 4.
Bookkeeping, Social Studies
League Honor Roll 9 times3 Color
Girls 23 Red Feathers 3, Sgt.-at-
Arms 43 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43 P.E.
Dept. Co-Head 33 Vox Puellarum
2, 33 Sec. 43 Central Council 43
A.S.C. 43 Doll Shop 33 Operetta
2, 3, 43 Spring Pageant 2, 43 Senior
Dram.3 League Rep. 23 Slip Col-
lector 2, 33 Big Cousin 2, 3, 43
Con Dep. 3, 43 La Tertulia 3, 43
Sr. A Sec.
LYONS, ROBERT B.
News Staff 3, 43 Tamarack 43 Fed.
Council 43 A.S.C. 43 Hi-Y 2, 3,
5th Executive 43 Golf 1, 2, 4, Capt.
33 Operetta 23 Baseball 2, 33 Bas-
ketball l3 Football 13 Chorus 2,
33 Fed. Dept. Head 4.
Auto Mechanic Trade School
MACDONALD, JAMES ALVIN
Frosh Basketball3 Locker Mon-
itorg Library Rep. 1, 2, 33 Fed.
Rep. 1, 23 Stage Crew 2, 3, Mgr.
43 Red Cross Vice Pres. 43 News
Rep. 43 Basketball Mgr. 33 Sr. A
MCGETRICK, MARJORIE PAT
Girl Reserves 3, 43 Library Rep.
43 Red Cross Rep. 2, 33 Big
MCNEELY, MARJORIE HELEN
Color Girls 1, 23 Big Cousin 3, 43
Sr. Counselorg A.S.C. 2, 43 Cen-
tral Council 2, 43 Spring Pageant
23 Red Cross Pres. 43 League
Honor Roll 7 times.
MAsoN, GREGORY A.
Ground Squad 2, 33 Commanche
Guard 33 Fed. Rep. 2, 3.
MEISTER, MARILYNN LOUISE
Color Girls 2, 33 Red Feathers 3,
43 Doll Shop 33 Operetta 23 Ten-
nis Mgr. 3, 43 Athletic Board 3, 43
All-City Choir 33 Chorus 2, 43
League Honor Roll 6 times3 Red
Cross Rep. 43 Gym Monitor 43
Music Festival 2.
MITCHELL, WANDA ZoE
Doll Shop 33 Operetta Orchestra
2, 3, 43 Orchestra 2, 3, 43 Color
Girls 23 Spring Pageant 2, 43 Red
Feathers 3, 43 Amores Librorum
2, 3, 43 Latin Club 3, 43 Senior
Dram.3 League Honor Roll 7
MooRE, LESTER VERNON
Band 2, 3, 43 News Rep. 2, 33
Traffic Squad 3, 43 Tamarack
Rep. 3, 43 Fed. Council 43 A.S.C. 4.
NEusTEL, ARTHUR DONALD
Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4, Commis-
sioner 43 Conduct Board 43 A.S.C.
43 Athletic Business Mgr. 3, 43
Head Usher 33 Amores Librorum
2, 3, 4, Pres. 4.
Trans. from Twin Falls, Idaho3
Tennis Team 3, 43 League Honor
Roll 3 times3 News Rep. 3, 43 Sen-
ior Counselor3 Tamarack Rep. 43
Big Cousin 33 Spring Pageant 33
Track Team 3.
Tamarack Staff Cartoonist 43
Band 3, 4, Piano Solo 43 Pep
Band3 Operetta 43 Doll Shop 33
Art Club Vice Pres. 23 La Ter-
MIYAKI, FRANK H.
Football 2, 3, 43 Baseball 2, '
Basketball 43 Track 43
Treas.3 Fed. Fin. SeC.Q Fed. Vice
Pres.3 Sr. B Pres.3 A.S.C.3 All-
MORS, MARJORIE RUTH
Doll Shop 4.
NELsoN, LLOYD ALBERT
Grad. in 3V2 years3 Spanish Club.
NIcKERsoN, PAMELA LOUISE
A.S.C. Sec. 43 Central Council 43
Red Feathers 3, 43 Color Girls 23
Vox Puellarum 3, 43 Horizon Club
Hist. 3, Sec. 43 Amores Librorum
2, Sec. 33 Latin Club 1, 23 Sr.
Counselor 43 Sr. A Honor Roll3
League Honor Roll 7 timesg Op-
eretta 2, 33 Doll Shop 33 Spring
Pageant 2, 4.
Fed. Fin. Sec. 43 Fed. Rep. 33
Tamarack Rep. 43 Red Cross Rep.
23 Locker Monitor 43 Band 3, 43
Stage Crew 3, 43 Track 2, 33 Span-
ish Club 2, 3, 4.
NOLEN, GERALD HENRY
A.S.C. 2, 43 Concert Band 1, 2, 3,
43 Pep Band 43 Sax. Librarian 33
Assist. Head Librarian 43 Ground
Squad 33 Locker Monitor 23 Pa-
per Salvage Chm. 4.
Library Monitor 1, 2, 3, 43 Big
Cousin 1, 2, 3, 43 League Honor
Roll 6 timesg Library Rep.3 Red
PASHEK, DONNA MARIE
Color Girls 1, 23 Red Feathers 3,
43 Roll Checker 23 Central Coun-
cil 33 A.S.C. 43 Operetta 43 Ath-
letic Board Chm. 43 Con Dep. 4,
Golf 3, 4, Mgr. 43 Spring Pageant
23 Big Cousin 1, 2, Chm. 33 Sr.
Counselor3 Vox Puellarum 43 Sr.
A Honor Roll.
PEoPLEs, ELAINE M.
News Staff 4: Feature Ed. 43
Tamarack Staff 43 Horizon Club
2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 43 League Honor
Roll 2 times3 Spring Pageantg
Operetta 43 Library Monitor 2, 3,
43 Big Cousin 3.
PETERSON, MARYLIN ANN
Color Girls 23 Red Feathers 3, 43
Orchestra 2, 3, 43 La Tertulia 33
Doll Shop 33 Operetta Orchestra
2, 3, 43 Vox Puellarum 2, 3, 4,
Treas. 43 Spring Pageant 2, 43 Big
Cousin 2, 3, 43 All-Activity Let-
ter 3, Bar 43 Brass Quartet 23
Tennis Team 23 League Honor
Roll 9 times.
NICKERSON, WALLY H.
Manual Arts, Social Studies
Operetta3 Commanche Guard.
Trans. from Williston, North Da-
kota3 League Honor Roll 4 times3
La Tertulia 43 Tamarack Rep. 43
Library Rep. 33 Big Cousin 43 Li-
brary Monitor 33 Sports Ticket
PANDELIS, Lois MAXINE
Girl Reserves 13 Room Rep. 23 Li-
brary Monitor 33 Slip Collector 43
Sr. A Honor Rol13 Spring Pageant
23 League Honor Roll 6 times.
PEARSON, LORNA MAE
Girl Reserves 43 Roll Checker 3,
43 Big Cousin 43 Senior Dram.3 La
PERKINS, LOIS MARIE
Girl Reserves 3, 4, Vice Pres. 43
Tamarack Rep. 43 Big Cousin 4.
Horizon Club3 Doll Shop 33 Sen-
POM!-ZROY, JERRY CHARLES
Football 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43
Band 2, 3, 43 Vice Pres. 4, Pep
Band 43 Fed. Rep. 33 Fed. Dept.
Head 4, Fed. Vice Pres. 43 News
Rep. 43 Athletic Board 43 A.S.C.
43 Hi-Y 3, 4, Treas. 43 Sr. Class
REAM1-rs, RICHARD WALLACE
Fellowship Comm. 33 Community
Service 43 A.S.C. 4.
Trans. from Ellensburg high
school, Ellensburg, Wash.3 Red
Cross Rep. 23 Ground Squad 4.
SACCOMANO, ANNA BEi.1.E B.
Retail Selling, Home Ec.
Trans. from Fergus Falls, Minn.
RAMSEY, Lois IRENE
Trans. from Topeka, Kansas
News Staff 3, Ed. Page Ed. 3
Assoc. Ed. Tamarack 43 Rec
Feathers 3, 43 Central Council 4
A. S. C. 3, 43 Dance Comm. 4
Hi-Nite Vice Pres. 43 Vox Puel-
larum 3, 4, Sgt.-at-Arms 43 Quil
and Scroll 3, 43 Latin Club 2
Operetta 3, 43 Doll Shop 33 Spring
Pageant 2, 43 Golf Team 33 League
Honor Roll 4 times3 Con Dep.
RESSA, MARCY LEE
Home Ec., Social Studies
Library Monitor 2, 43 Big Cousir
2, 33 News Rep. 33 Spring Pag-
eant 43 Slip Collector 2.
SABISTON, JANE KATHRYN
News Staff 4, Ed. Page Ed. 4,
Copy Ed. 43 Spring Tamarack Ed.
43 Color Girls 1, 2, Chm. 23 Red
Feathers 3, 4, Chm. 43 Central
Council 2, 3, 43 A.S.C. 2, 3, 43 Vox
Puellarum 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4,
Sgt.-at-Arms 43 Operetta 1, 2, 3,
43 Doll Shop 1, 33 Spring Pageant
2, 43 League Honor Roll 8 times:
Red Cross Sec.-Treas. 33 Jr. Press
Doll Shop 2, 43 Choir 1, 23 Senior
Dram. 23 Library Rep. 1, 43 Oper-
etta 1, 2, 33 Basketball 13 Three
Fives 1, 2, 3.
SELCHO, GERALDINE RosE
Girl Reservesg N. C. Tri-Y.
Color Girls 1, 23 League Honor
Roll 3 times3 Big Cousin 3, 43
Spring Pageant 2.
SIMPSON, MAVA ELAINE
Iirl Reserves 3, 4.
SMITH, BOB J.
Band 1, 2, Operetta 4.
SMITH, NIDA JEANNE
R011 Checker 1, 3, Library Rep.,
Tarrgarack Rep. 4, Slip Collec-
Fed. Rep. lg Traffic Squad 4,
Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, N. C. Hi-Y
2, 3, 4, Fed. Dept. Head 2, 3, 4,
A.S.C. 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Dance
Comm. 2, 3, Hi-Nite Comm. 4.
STEPHENS, JACQUELYN LOUISE
League Honor R011 3 times, Big
Cousin 4, Color Girls 2, Doll Shop
1, Spring Pageant 2, Tennis Team
3, 4, Tamarack Rep. 3, 4, News
Rep. 4, Red Cross Rep. 2, Orphan
Doll Shop 2, 3, Operetta 3, 4,
Art Club 3, 4, Golf Team 3, Ten-
nis Team 2, 3, Badminton 2, 3,
Spring Pageant 2.
SMITH, BARBARA JEAN
Big Cousin 4, War Stamp Rep. 2,
4, Gym. Monitor 2.
SMITH, IVADELI. FI-:RN
Latin Club 3, 4.
SPOERHASE, JAMES FRANK
Band 2, 3, 4, Reporter 3, Stage
Mgr. 4, Pajamers 4, News Staff
2, 3, 4, News Ed. 4, Fed. Rep. 3,
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Ground
Squad 3, 4, Lieut. 4, Tamarack 4,
Fed. Comm. Head 4.
STAFFORD, JACK G.
Science, Industrial Arts
Track 2, 3, 4, Chess Club 4.
Trans. from Lewis and Clark,
SUTTON, PHYLLIS JOYCE
Color Girls 2, Red Feathers 3, 4,
Operetta 4, Three Fives 3, 4, Big
Cousin 4, Spring Pageant 2,
League Honor Roll 6 times, Choir
3, Horizon Club 2, 3.
Frosh Football, Frosh Basketball,
Football 2, 3, 4, All-City 3, Base-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4, N. C. Hi-Y 2, 3, 4,
Vice Pres. 4, A.S.C. 2.
THoMAs, HARRY C.
Ground Squad 4, Tamarack
TowNE, BEVERLY ALICE
Color Girls 2, Red Feathers 3, 4,
Vox Puellarum 3, 4, Sec, 4, Spring
Pageant 2, 4, Spanish Club 3,
Roll Checker 1, 2, Sr. Counselor.
VAN AUKEN, RUTH
League Rep. 2, 3, Tamarack Rep.
4, News Rep. 3, 4, Vox Puellarum
2, 3, 4, Spring Pageant 4, Art
Club 2, 3.
WAGNER, MoLLY Lou
Orphan Rep. 1, Girl Reserves 1'
Color Girls 1, 2, Big Cousin 2, 3,
4, Spring Pageant 2, Library
Monitor 3, Sr. Counselor, Tama-
rack Rep. 3, Vox Puellarum 2, 3,
4, League Rep. 4, A.S.C. 4, Cen-
tral Council 4, Conduct Board 4,
Red Cross Rep. 4, Con Commis-
WARREN, VIRGINIA LUCILE
TAYLOR, JACQUELINE ALBERTA
Big Cousin 1, 2, 3, 4, Librar
Monitor l, 2, 3, Operetta Costunf
Mgr. 3, Orphan Rep. 1, 2, 4, Oi
fice Messenger 2, Chorus 2, 3, 1
Spring Music Festival 2, Senic
Trans. from Kellogg high schoo
Girl Reserves 3, 4.
League Honor Roll 5 times .
WALTER, SHIRLEY DEAN
Color Girls 2, Doll Shop 3, Oper-
etta 2, 3, Red Feathers 3, 4, Big
Cousin 2, 3, 4, Sr. Counselori
League Honor Roll 5 timesl
Spring Pageant 2, 4, Con Dep. 4.
Library Rep., Girl Reserves, Big
WESTERMAN, JOYCE ELAINE
League Rep. 3, 4, Big Cousin 3,
Operetta 4, Three Fives 4, A.S.C.
4, Central Council 4, Con Dep. 4,
Spring Pageant 2, Horizon Club 3.
WHITE, WILLIAM RICHARD
WILSON, AL MARVIN
Band 2, 3, 4, Trumpet Quartet 3,
Pep Band 3, 4, Doll Shop Or-
chestra 3, Frosh Basketball,
Track 2, 3, 4, Tennis Team 3, 4,
Derby Band 3, Trumpet Trio 2,
Sr. A Honor Roll.
YOUNG, BARBARA ANN
Spring Pageant 2, 4, Red Feath-
ers 3, 4, Sec. 4, Big Cousin 3,
League Honor Roll 4 times, Sr.
Counselor, Con Dep. 4, Tama-
rack Rep. 3, Math. Club 3, 4, Vox
Science, Social Studies
WILLIS, RICHARD EDWARD
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4,
Woodwind Septette 3, Uniform
Mgr. 4, Operetta 4, Fire Squad 2,
Ground Squad 4, News Rep. 3,
Fed. Dues Lieut. 3.
Color Girls 2, Doll Shop 3, Oper-
etta 2, 3, 4, Pageant 2, 4, Vox
Puellarum 2, 3, 4, La Tertulia
2, 3, 4, A.S.C. 4, Central Council
4, Red Feathers 3, 4, League
Honor Roll 3 times, Athletic
Board 3, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4,
Golf Team 3, 4, News Rep. 2,
Vice Pres. Sr. A Class, Vice Pres.
Red Feathers 4, Color Girls 1, 2,
Sr. Counselor, La Tertulia 3, 4,
Spring Pageant 2, 4, Operetta 4,
Doll Shop 3, League Honor Roll
6 times, Big Cousin 1, 2, 4, Li-
brary Monitor 3, Volleyball 3.
ZOELLERN, DONNA L.
Sr. Counselor, League Rep. 3, 4,
Locker Monitor 4, Tennis Team
3, Big Cousin 3, 4, Roll Checker
3, Library Monitor 3, News Rep.
3, International Club 3, Girl Re-
serves 2, Vice Pres. 2.
june Seniors Without Pictures
in the Tamarack
Arnold Anderson, Dave Bryan, Joe
Clutter, Gordon Derr, James Durkin
fservicej, Dolph Ellingson, Aderene
Hamrick, Kenneth Palmer Orness
Cserviceb, Al Parker, Myron Root
Cservicej, James Savage fservicej,
Richard Sims, Mildred Titus, Orol
Unsworth, Yvonne Virdell VanDuzee,
Oh, these wreckless
' LM! ,
drivers! Lucille johnson
Old Rockin' Chair's
All L'spruced" up
Nuthin' but ruff
GO' Mf' Pat Henefer and Virginia Ferguson
Helen Lamberson Ruth Salmon
"I Got Plenty of Nothin' just pals
Grave Hanlee jackie Stephans and
Okay, it's a date
lean Ramsey and
Out For a Dip Look Here Youse Guys Nothin' But Glamour Hmmmmmmm!
Mary Lu Ellis Wally Nickerson Pam Nickerson Phylll5 Efpfrl
lim MacDonald and
Ain't I The One?
Mary Lu Ellis
Oops, My Seam Is
Eighth grade june '41
Take It Easy
What No Santa Claus?
TO QUALIFY for the Scholastic Honor Roll, a senior A must have a grade average of
or better and have made at least 16 credits in a Spokane public high school with no semestf
grade below HD." The following seniors, listed in the order of their averages, have met the
Mary Frances Bailey
Laurel June Norris
Elsa Marguerite McMahon
Mary Louise Cleave
Richard D. james
Joyce Virginia Kirk
Al Marvin Wilson
Jane Kathryn Sabiston
Helen Louise Elva Lenke
Pamela Louise Nickerson
Elaine Dorothy Bischoff
Virginia Lee Ferguson
Arthur Donald Neustel
Rose Marie Jaynes
Elaine Virgie Davis
Marylin Ann Peterson
JoAnn Beatrice Kriken
Shirley Ruth Murbach
Ruth Patricia Keeling
Richard Ray Bonner
Elizabeth Joan Lyon
Virginia Mae Lackey
Patricia Elizabeth Creel
Pat Ann Henefer
Elizabeth Lucille Johnson
jerry Charles Pomeroy
G. Nadine Hempleman
Donna Marie Pashek
Beverly Alice Towne
Wanda Zoe Mitchell
Gordon Derr Carden
Marjorie jane Dean
Shirlee Ileane Morgan
Byrdene Ruby Warner
Doris June Nelson
Ruth Clara Salmon
lris Mae Haug
Myldred Louise Hays
Bernice L. Greco
Betty Ann Kemp
Elsie Marie Lathrom
James Alvin MacDonald
Lloyd Albert Nelson
Lois Maxine Pandelis '
Evelyn Eugenia johnson
Royce Elizabeth Lovejoy
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Glasgow, Lockhead, Elliott: sixth row, Gustafson, Ruebeck, Williams, O'Donnell, Hudson, Bursch, Cosby.
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lith, Scott, Fruin, Johnson, Drovdahl, Simm: third row, Saling, Fyfe, Gordon, Deery, Haffey, Isaak, Jarvis, More-
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right: Don Burson, lVlyld1'ed Hays
Cr'hziirmunb, Pat Henefer, Lois Ram-
sey, Gerald Deery.
right: Pat Henefer fchairmanh, Shir-
ley Stublein, Lois Ramsey.
4.3.0. 14 ' ' '
THE ASSOCIATED STUDENT
COUNCILS, composed of the executive coun-
cil of the Boys' Federation and the Central
council of the Girls' League, conducts the stu-
dent government and sponsors many of the
The Totem Inn, introduced and sponsored
this year by the A. S. C., has been the scene
of much enjoyment throughout the year, for it
is here that the squaws and braves dance before
The A. S. C. "Pow Wow" was held in Jan-
uary, and old time and modern dancing was en-
joyed. Two convocations, 'lTepee Talks" and
the Color week convocation were also spon-
sored by the A. S. C.
Three big dances of the year, the Tomahawk
Toddle, the Sadie Hawkins and the Varsity
Ball were among other A. S. C. activities.
Dum-ing in the "Totem Inn." The eternal stag line
Shirley Stablein and Betty Freeman "trip the light
slowly closing in. l'zmtustic."
FALI. RED CROSS OFF1cERsYLeft to right: Mary Bailey,
president: Shirley Morgan, Secretary-treasurerg Miss
Bertha Boehine, faculty adviser: Jim MacDonald, vice
SPRING RED CROSS OFFlCERSfLCff to right: Dona-
jeanne Russell, secretary-treasurerg Marjorie McNeely,
presidentg Miss Bertha Boehmeg Jim MacDonald, fall
vice president. Dick Kirkendahl, spring vice president,
was absent when the picture was taken.
THE JUNIOR RED CROSS, with Miss
Bertha Boehme as adviser, collected this year
.5356 in dues to be used by the Red Cross clinic.
The group successfully conducted drives for
the Red Cross and other war charities. The
drives included: The collection of ash trays,
of potted bulbs for Baxter, gifts for soldiers at
Galena along with the collection of Christmas
tree ornaments and favorsg the gathering of
ASH TRAY DRIVPY-LC'fl to right: Mary Bailey and Jim
games and playing carclsg clothing collection
for Russian War Relief: the making of puzzle
bookletsg and making up of gift boxes for
The home economics classes under the di-
rection of Miss Bessie Graham made for the
Red Cross: 351 pairs of hospital slippers, 32
kimonas, 25 housewives fsoldiers kitsj and do-
nated 96 wash cloths.
CLOTHES FOR RUSSIAN VVAR Rsusrf--Left to right:
Donajeanne Russell and lvlarjorie lVIcNeely.
l:Al,I, SIYIIIIQ fiUI'NSlCI,tIllS l"1'nr1I wmv: llumtlly xxvfllllll. Grace l:.XI,l, Sl-iN1olz k'u1'Nsl-lnles I'.l'lHIl ruin: l,illiu Mae l,1llltll'Plll, Cm
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num, Molly XK':ug11vi, NI:zrj+n'ii- NlrNi-1-Ivy, lllurm ,lnculm-n. Yirginin llzirlxzim k'llrisIc11si-11: .vrrvml Vatu, Pam Nickerson, Sllirlm- Blurgzm
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F.xi.L I,l.u:l'i tll-'lfluljlcs fln'lw:.'l: llurollly l'ipi-i, Rosilm- Mnstm,
Ruth Sallllull, Holly -In Lyon.
THE GIRLS' LEAGUE, under the ad-
visership of Miss Jessie Gibson, now dean ol
women at Pomona college, was organized in
1918. Miss Conah Mae Ellis and Miss Helen
Cleveland are the present advisers.
School service, social service, senior coun-
selors, Color Girls, room representatives, Red
Cross, library and physical education are the
departments of the League in which girls may
F.fxl,l, LiIfNTR.kl, Umlwm Il, lfrnui rung Luurcl Norris. lflsa McMahon, Shirley Slurlvavli, Dorothy Piper, Rosilcr lllastm, Ruth Salmon, Betty
.In Lyon, Yivuinin I,ni-zu, Nmlinr Rule. llk-ggi' l,t'AlHIl1ll'l'Q .x'm'uml ruin, lflsic l,:xlln'mn, Mary lizulvy, INI3-lflim-1IAli:nys, K'm'rinnc .lUllllSl0ll, lxnth-
Im-rn l'lr4-y, Hn-In-n Li-nkr, join- XYrstm-rlnan, liuniu- Lillllllllllfli, Mary Lou CI:-:avi-1 Illini rufu, Mivlgv llewm, lliiliv l,m'c-joy. l':al llvm'fvr, jam'
Mahi-mn, lu! Rule. Ulnyu- Kirk, lmrillz- violin-un, Luis Rzunsi-5, lglzune Davis.
SPRING Sl-'NIUR COVNSI-il,0RS -First mmf: Betty Lloyd, Gertrude
lllank, Doris Stcveilson, Ruth l,:ntta. Sully Batey: .tmqrrd rozr, Don-
nn Pashek, llIil'l'HlI'2i Smith, Uorrinnc Johnston, jackie Stephans, janv
To qualify for a position on the League
honor roll, grades of "C" or better are required,
plus ten points earned for service in some de-
partment. Honorable mention is given for plac-
ing on the honor roll one, three, five, seven or
nine times. For two times, a bronze pin is
awarded: four times, silver pin: six times, gold
pin: and eight times, gold pin with a ruby.
The Girls' League Central council, made up
of department heads and committee and floor
chairmen, supervises the activities of the or-
Sl-low: L'1fN1'u.xI, C0l'NI'II.f-Fll'.Vf row, Ivfi to fliflllff Nadine Colo, Dun Quatkcn mush Pat 1 f s s os is 1
lialinski, Midge Dean, Colleen Vfolfu, Marjorie Scott, Doris Stevenson I a NItDoup,ill la Q A ur ru
l':iln1cr, Gerri Turley. jcailvtte Carlsen, Pam Nickerson, Virginia Lucas nr llmn il 1 Q lol r
frampton. I,nl-ille johnson, k'm'rinm- johnston, llohlmiv Gcsrllwirnlcu 1 x XX my aqorn 'NNN m it If Nhir ty 1 es
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ililn-m, I.:-lulml lhvlx. lvrlx l'4unv1ux
Lmxxslun, llwk Ri-zum--, Hmm Ihusmu.
THE BOYS' FEDERATION was or-
ganized 27 years ago hy Lowell C. Bradford.
the present adviser, to promote activities
among the boys.
Activities during the past year include keep-
ing up to date the service flag, which now has
50 gold stars and 1450 blue stars. Other activ-
ities were keeping a file of servicemen and or-
l',xl,l,In-ln,lf.xi1-mUi-ruins l4wH1m:.',1l-ffrl 1151111 xliffsfhulu. ganizing 3 senior counselor Service for new
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SPRING CONDUCT BOARD-fFTO7lI row, left to right:
Virginia Alexander, Molly Wagner, Nadine Hemple-
rnang second row, Bob IVIcAlister, Arthur Neustel, Fred
ORGANIZED IN 1923, the Studen'
Conduct board is composed of a president, z
secretary, the commissioners of the traffic anc
grounds squads and the locker and convoca
The two most important of these groups an
the traffic and grounds squads. The traffie
squad was organized in 1920 by Lowell C
Bradford, boys, adviser, to maintain law anc
order in the halls and to prevent confusior
around the school.
When in 1931 another conduct group wa:
found necessary, the grounds squad was or
ganized, the duties of this group being to keep
the grounds free from waste paper and to pre
vent smoking on or about the school grounds
The appointees of the Conduct board are sub-
ject to approval of the A.S.C.
If a student receives a conduct card and be-
lieves it unjust, he may appeal his case to the
board. Three types of sentences are given by
the board: Guilty, not guilty and suspended
sentence. Adviser to the squads is Charles A.
D ,H .--S
SPRING TRAFFIC SQUAD--Front row. left to right: Arthur Neustel, James Campbell, Frank Elder, Vernon Moore,
Bud Moe, Bob Peirce, Russ Smithg second row, Howard Miller, David Bourquin, Elden Miller, Winston Duchow,
Doug Tellefson, Leonard Finnell.
SPRING .X, S. if Ifronl rote, Ivft to rigflit: Derce Quaekenliush, Gr-rri Turley. lflaine Davis, Marjorie Scott, Marjorie llarolmlson, Elsie
.athrom. Rose Marie jaynes, Colleen Vt'olt'e, Mitlge Dean, Lois Ramsey. Jeanette Carlsen: xrrwnl row, Pat Rule. Virginia Lucas. Ram
Vickerson, Virginia Alexander, .-Xrtlis lrllllllff, Bolihie Gcschwintler, Corrine Johnston, Myltlreml Hays, Lillian lialinski, Pat Henefi-rg
liini rtfw, Vernon Moore, Fred Franke, Pat Gillespie, Geneva VVitliers, Marjorie MCNQQ-ly, Nadine Cole, Lucille johnson, Don liurson, Spike
lleeher: funrtlt row, Dick Reamcs. jerry Pomeroy, Roh Allen. Phil Nickerson, Sue jacohsen. Patty McDougall, Cletla Diehl, Natline
lletnplenian, Dick Kirkcntlahl: fifth mmf, Hob Kramer, Art Ncustel, llal Morril, Holi Lyons, lloh llal:-teatl, Butch VVuertch, Shirley Stali-
ein, flein Crowston, Dick Grebe.
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A DANCING CLASS for those who do
not know how to dance was one of the main
Jrojects of the Associated Student councils
:luring the spring semester. A. S. C. members
instructed the class.
For the first time in recent years, boys serv-
ed as senior counselors this spring. The boys,
together with the girl counselors, taught mixed
fvroups of students new to North Central.
Rows' Slimloiz l-Ul'NSICl.ORS- l'.l'UlIf roto, lcft lo rigliti llolm Leach,
D Dave Kirk, johnny VVecks, Glenn .Xrinstroiigg srrvritl 11 t Iuk
Statifortl, Nlcrlt' Derrick, ,lim killll1I1lN'll, Phil Nickerson
SPRIANG Gizotixn Sotuxn- lfrtuit row, loft In rigrlit: Gilbert Seaman, johnny Perko, Ralph Blair, Roh NacAllister, jint Spoerhase, Ralph Dog-
gett, lzugene Granfllncttlg .vrrmld rnir, Ron Mclxinney, Nob Alcxantler, Dick XVillis, Frank 'lit-ssin, Stan johnson, jim llenwnoil, Carrol Voig-
ley. LaVern Robinette.
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RED FEA'rHERs:Virginia Alexander, Carol Andrews, Lillian Balinski, LaJoy Barnes, Sally Batey, Elaine Bischoff.
Betty Blair, Gertrude Blank, Alice Buchanan, Eunice Clark, Frances Crosby, Peggy DeMander, Elaine Davis.
Janet Dawe, Marjorie Dean, Cleda Diehl, Patty Dunham, Virginia Elliott, Virginia Ferguson, Carolyn Freeborg.
Elizabeth Fruin, Jackie Funseth, Phyllis Gazette, Mary Jane Grossman, Myldred Hays, Nadine Hempleman, Pat
Henefer, Myrna Iverson, Sue Jacobsen, Jane Jette, Lucille Johnson, Rosemary Johnson, Akiko Kawai, Rutr
Keeling, Joan Kellom, Beverlyrae Kinney, Joyce Kirk, Violet Koch, Elsie Lathrom, Helen Lenke, Ellen Loch-
head, Doris Lohr, Billie Lovejoy, Beverly Lubcke, Virginia Lucas, Peggy Lund, Betty Jo Lyon, Maxine Mc-
Dougall, Patty McDougall, Nedra Mandick, Marilyn Meisner, Marilyn Meister, Jane Miller, Wanda Zoe Mitchell.
Phyllis Moody, LaVar Moon, Shirley Morgan, Shirley Murbach, Doris Nelson, Eloise Nelson, Pam Nickerson,
Laurel Norris, Donna Pashek, Marilyn Perry, Marilyn Peterson, Dorothy Piper, Jane Pratt, Barbara Ramey,
Jeanie Ramsey, Lois Ramsey, Margie Rector, Pat Rule, Donnajeane Russell, Jane Sabiston, Ruth Salmon, Jackie
Schussler, Marjorie Scott, Audree Smith, Pat Smyth, Shirley Steele, Doris Stevenson, Phyllis Sutton, Barbara
Tellefson, Beverly Thompson, Erma Thompson, Beverly Towne, Marilyn Townsend, Kathleen Ulrey, Shirley
Walter, Miriam Wotring, Zona White, Geneva Withers, Colleen Wolfe, Dorothy Wright, Barbara Young, Joy
Zeitler. Color Guards seated on the extreme ends are, left to right: Elsa McMahon and Mary Lou Cleave.
RED FEATI-IERS, a pep organization and
marching unit composed of junior and senior
girls, participated in several football stunts and
parades and in the Spring Pageant, "Dance
"Salute to Farragut" was the stunt presented
at the Merry-Go-Round game, for which North
Central won the Vic Dessert trophy for the
third time. The group also presented "Grand-
fatherls Clockv at the game with Rogers
later in the season. Color Girls and the band
also participated in these events.
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FALL Orrrci-:Rs: Standing, Barbara Ra-
mey, chairman. Seated, Shirley Murbach,
secretaryg Laurel Norris, historian.
Miss Elsa Pinkham
SPRING OFFICERS: Standing, left to right,
Barbara Young, secretary, Pat Henefer, his-
toriang Billie Lovejoy, sergeant-at-arms.
Seated, Jane Sabiston, chairman.
From row, left to right: Darlene Simpson, Betty Cauvel, Verna Rae Patterson, Virginia Cosby, Pat Fitzpatrick,
Colleen Crampton, Bonnie Bowers, Margaret Franke, Shirley Bush, Lois Holsclaw, Alice Rhodes, Patty Bozarth,
Pearl Cooper, Mary Lee McReynolds, second row, Theresa Cannata, Mary Ellen Hass, Pat Gillespie, Myrtle
Chitty, Betty Meredith, Jackie Moore, Betty Oslund, LaBerta Tessendorf, Mary Ann Heath, Alice Paine, Alta
lean Haas, Elaine Ellis, Muriel DeMander, Jean Kirk, third row, Verna Wirsche, Betty Ebbesen, Marian Samp-
son, Mary Toms, Phyllis Wiggs, Norma Lee Swank, Mary Cozzetto, Diane Lucas, Helen Coburn, Hazel Perry,
Delores Cool, Eleanor Swanson, Katharine Martin, Janet Morrison, Audrey Ribletg fourth row, Gwen Kennedy,
Sally Bourbeau, Janet Luschei, Betty Doggett, Ardis Palmer, Carmen Poole, Pat Sherman, Pearl Garafalo, Betty
Smith, LaBerta Badden, Jackie DeMers, Jo Ann Lysek, Dorothy Powell, Dorothy Toppin, Barbara Wareg fifth
'ow, Betty Twitchell, Viola Koenig. Delores Prather, Betty McKeen, Virginia Stewart, Shirley McGee, Marjorie
Chandler, Mary Ellen Mann, Mary Elizabeth Mann, Marilyn Borset, Jean Beaughan, Marion Holt, Wanda Thor-
sen Dorothv Moe.
blot shown in the picture arc: Mary Koleff, Jackie Raschka, Lois Grose, Marianne Ericson, Jacelyn Errington.
THE CULOR GIRLS, an organization for
freshman and sophomore girls to promote
school spirit, have attended all football and
baseball games, participated in parades and
halftime football stunts and various other ac-
FALL OFFICI-1Rs: Alice Buchanan, secre-
taryg Kathleen Ulry, chairmang Mary Jane
A pep convocation sponsored by the Color
Girls was presented preceding the final foot-
ball game with Rogers last season. Talented
members of the group furnished the entertain-
ment, and a mock football game was the high-
light of the performance.
Mrs. Gladys Dunphy
SPRING OFFICERS: Shirley Bush, sergeant-
at-armsg Margaret Franke, treasurerg Col-
leen Crampton, chairmang Pat Fitzpatrick,
secretaryg Bonnie Bowers, vice chairman.
From row, lcfl to right: Wanda Mitchell, Jane Jette, Doris Wages, Theresa Cannata, Pam Nickerson, Gertrudf
Blank, Bcverlyrae Kinney, Dick Daggett: second 'row,Gerald Deery, Joyce Kirk, Helen Coburn, Jo Ann Lysek
Elaine Bishoff, La Var Moon, Beverly Lubke, Geneva Withers: third row, Art Neustel, Paul Burgess, Laurence
Adams, Winston Duchow, Leonard Finnell, Jay Ashley, Ed Anderson, Miss Mary Bacon.
Front row. loft lo right: Patty McDougall, Sue Jacobsen, Pat Murphy, Darlene Reed, Charleen Schlienger, Sally
Bourbeau, Zona White, Pat Butterfield, second row, Arnola Jurgens, Doris Holmes, Mary Ann Lucas, Miss Ethel
Ashley, Lorraine Hildahl, Pat Hall, Dik Haffey
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Front row, left to right: Barbara Young, Lillian Balinski, Helen Lenke, Evelyn Gleason, Gertrude Blankg
second row, Elaine Davis, Dick Hawes, Gerald Deery, Lee Wright.
Front row, left to right: Jackie Funseth, Frances Crosby, Dorothy Wright, Akiko Kawai, Marilyn Perry, Bev-
erly Lubcke, La Var Moon, Colleen Wolfe, Midge Dean, Pat Puelzg second row, Helen Coomes, Mary Jane Gross-
man, Maxine McDougall, Rena Odden, Jane Jette, Carol King, Mary Lu Ellis, Pat McDougall, Marylin Peterson,
Carolyn Freeborg, Phil Nickersong third row, Dolph Ellingson, Bob Peirce, La Verne Kent, John Perko, Russell
Smith, Jim Spoerhase, Karl Wiedekamp.
Front row, left to Tight: Gerald Deery, Gertrude Blank, Jane Sabiston, Mary Lou Cleave, Laurel Norris, Lois
Ramsey, Carolyn Freeborg, Merle Derrickg second row, Doris Nelson, Rose Marie Jaynes, Joyce Kirk, Lucille
Johnson, Virginia Ferguson, Gene Hergert.
Front row, left to Tight: Pat Henefer, Myldred Hays, Doris Nelson, Virginia Ferguson, Rosilee Mastro, Colleen
Wolfe, Ruth Salmon, Barbara Christensen, Betty Jo Lyon, Elaine Davis, Beverly Towne, second row, Shirley
Steele, Virginia Lucas, Gloria Gorden, Pam Nickerson, Lillian Balinski, Pat Hall, Lois Ramsey, Billie Lovejoy,
Virginia Hartman, thlfrd row, Barbara Young, Helen Lenke, Peggy Lund, Pat Rule, Pat Hudson, Corrine John-
ston, Molly Wagner, Peggy DeMander, Jane Sabistong fourth row, Donna Pashek, Beverlyrae Kinney, Jean
Ramsey, Gerri Turley, Peggy Taylor, Mary Bech, Virginia Dwinell.
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THE NORTH CENTRAL NEWS, firs'
published in 1917, started as a five-columt
monthly, later developing into a seven-columr
weekly. Because of wartime paper shortage, the
paper was cut to a six-column weekly during
the fall of 1942.
Numerous awards have been received, in-
cluding the National Scholastic Press associa-
tion Pacemaker given to the 12 top high
school papers in the nation. This was received
three times, in 1939, 1940 and 1941. The
News has won all-American rating
for eight consecutive years.
Since 1941, war effort cov-
erage has been stressed,
with bond drives and
S Junior Red Cross proj-
ects given special at-
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FALL EDITORIAL STAFF-Front row, left to right: Gerald Deery, Carolyn Freeborg, Virginia Ferguson, Lucille
Johnson, Barbara Gleeten, Bill Thompson, second row: Jim Spoerhase, Geneva Withers, Doris Nelson, Peggy De-
lVIz1nder, Bob Lyons.
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Blank: spring, Carolyn Freeborg, Geneva A
Editors for this year were: Fall, Gertrude g g
Withers. Associate editors: Fall, Gene Her- Emi ij s J
gert, Joyce Kirk: spring, Merle Derrick. News W-3
editors: Fall, Gerald Deery: spring, Jim
Spoerhase. Editorial page editors: Jane Sabis-
ton: Virginia Ferguson. Sports: Merle Derrick,
Bill Thompson, Carolyn Freeborg, Peggy De-
Mander: Bill Thompson, Dave Kirk, Maxine
McDougall, Peggy DeMander. Feature editors:
Virginia Ferguson: Elaine Peoples. Copy edi-
tors: Geneva Withers: Lucille Johnson, Jane
Business manager: Stan Johnson: advertis-
Ing managers' Dons Nelson' Pat Hudson? Cui' SPRING EDITORS-Seated left to right: Geneva
culation, Ernest Sagkett Dale Ure Bill Demo- Withers, Virginia Ferguson, Carolyn Freeborg, Bill
, , i Thompsong standing, Merle Derrick, Jim Spoerhase.
bookkeepers, Louise Cosby, Lucille . Q- X
Johnson. Miss Mary McKen-
na is faculty adviser. joe
Stroud is supervisor at the
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Punt 5 0 P9 Spokane left to right: Mary Lu El-
lis, Pat Hudson, Doris
Nelson, standing, Dale
. Ure, Sally Batey, Ernest
Trade school, where
The News is printed.
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SPRING EDITORIAL STAFF-Front row, left to right: Dorothea Holien, Barbara Gleeten, Lucille Johnson, Sally
Batey, Elaine Peoples, Mary Lu Ellis, Maxine McDougall, second row: Bob Lyons. Jim Spoerhase, Peggy De-
Mander, Dale Ure, Carolyn Freeborg, Dave Kirk, Pat Hudson, Ernest Sackett.
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THE FIRST TAMARACK, which ap-
peared in 1909, was an all-school publication,
published once every six weeks. Later on, it be-
came a semi-annual hook, and finally, an
The yearbook has had many names, among
them are: The lVIemorial, The Northern Light
and The Talaki. In 1925, it was again given
the name, "The Tamarack" and still remains
This '45 edition of the Tamarack, is dedi-
cated to our boys who have gone into our coun-
try's service. This dedication is to honor them
in our own small way, and to show our grati-
tude to them.
Upper left hand co'rizc'r: January graduates on Tam-
arack stall. Left to right: Laurel Norris, co-editor,
Doris Nelson, advertising manager: Mary Bailey, Jan-
uary senior editor.
Direct lcftiscatcd left to right: Gerald Deery, staff
photographer: Mary Lu Ellis, class editor: Sally Batey,
class editor: Jane Sabiston, co-editor: Jim Spoerhase,
organizations. Standing: Miss Mary McKenna, publica-
tions adviser: Bob Lyons, organizations.
Lower left corner-seated left to right: Pat Hall, art
staff: Dik Haffey, cartoonist: Glen Michaels, art staff:
Geneva Withers, copy editor. Standing: Lois Ramsey,
associate editor: Dale Riggins, faculty photographer:
and Miss Ethyl Ashley, art director.
Lower right hand CO'l'l1t'Tf-'SL'Cllt'Fl left to right: Merle
Derrick, sports editor and business manager: Pat Hud-
son, advertising manager: Carolyn Freeborg, associate
editor: Gertrude Blank, associate editor: Lucille John-
son, senior editor. Standing: Bryson L. Jaynes, faculty
business adviser: and Virginia Ferguson, senior editor.
Not shown: Elaine Peoples, organizations.
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Left to right: Elsa MCM3h0l1, Howard Miller, Mary Lou Cleave
First Tow, left to right: Harold Lindberg, Larry Ellison, Dick Willis, Stan Johnson, Jack Holt, Vernon Moore
Fred Franke, Bob McMahon, Dave Hawes, Bill Thompson, Gordon Derr, Dick Hawes, Bob Leach: second row
Jim Waugh, Jay Ashley, Bob Porta, Dick A. Hawes, Bob Johnson, Hugh VanLiew, Elden Miller, Don Agost, Low-
ell C. Bradford Cdirectorj, Bob Donovan, Pat Mason, Jack Deno, Wade Bratton, Dick Cranston, Ron Rodolph
Louis Collerg third row, Bob Ellis, Jim Henwood, David Davis, Jerry Nolen, Doranee Dean, Eldred Clausen, Bol
O. Anderson, George Lambdin, Don Cunningham, Harold Anderson, Roger Steitman, Neil Murphy, James More
phis, Don Anderson, Allen Waye: fourth row, Howard Miller Cdrum majorb, Ray Beeber, Dale Ure, Bob Not-
tage, Bob Kramer, Glen Michaels, Jack Lundberg, Jim Tuttle, Phil Spry, Louie Tonani, Bob Beasley, Bill Smith
Gerald Musser, Bob Peterson, Marvin McLean.
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WITH A FALL ENROLLIVIENT of
129, and a spring enrollment of 150, the North
Central band was the largest in several years.
Tm: PAJAMERS' - Left to right: Jim Spoerhase, Dick
Hawes, Bob Leach, Bob Peterson, Vernon Grose, Jim
The first public appearance of the group this
year was its participation in cooperation with
the Red Feathers in the winning half-time stunt
at the Merry-Go-Round.
Another stunt, "Grandfather's Clock," was
presented, with the Red Feathers, between
halves at the N.C.-Rogers night game. On
Nov. 11, the band, Red Feathers and Color
Girls led the Armistice Day parade. The band
furnished music for the memorial service held
at the American Legion centotaph.
The forty-first annual formal concert was
presented Wednesday evening, April 11. Other
spring activities included furnishing music for
the bi-ennial spring pageant and participating
in the spring music festival.
The band presented two pay convocations,
the first being presented on jan. 18 and the
second on April 10. Both convocations featured
the concert band and the Pep band.
First row, left to right: Al Wilson, Richard Morphis, Don Rockstrom, Bob Sanner, Jerry Pomeroy, Malcolm
Ayers, Dan Bond, Bill Mooney, Don Holmes, Austin Newton, Don Natwick, Elmer Fox, Del Nygreng second row,
Pete Suden, Bob Wuerch, James Campbell, Larry Baker, Rudy Wilkholm, Dick Ebel, Jack Welch, Art Hunter,
Ray Virgin, Bill Lenke, Verlyn Hienkle, Neil Williams, Charles Butler, Arthur Finke, Gene Hubbleg third row,
Vernon Grose, Leo Hobson, Paul Lloyd, Alec Gloth, Bob E. Anderson, George Sweclberg, Jack Straub, Charles
Berry, Frank Elder, Forrest Baker, Dave Harry, Frank Lewis, LaVerne Kent, Paul Ward, fourth row, Everett
Flory, Don Kasper, Bill Allen, Bert Calbom, Jim Worley, James Hearty, Paul Mancke, Harvey Lockhead, Dick
Starry, Paul Bennet, Jim Spoerhase, John Brandon, Frank Tessin, Kenneth Britt, John Goettel.
7he Pep Kam!
THE MOST ACTIVE GROUP within
the band during the past year was the Pep
band. This group played for innumerable oc-
casions during the fall semester, among them
being the Red Cross convocation, pep convo-
cations, the senior class play and thc annual
Chronicle-Fox Football rally. Leader of the
Pep band for the fall semester was David
Spring activities of the Pep band included
playing at convocations, performing at the
U. S. O. and at a Junior Chamber of Com-
merce luncheon. They also entertained the con-
valescent airmen at Fort George Wright. Al
Wilson was leader of the group during the
Replacing the Derby band this year were the
PajaMers, a novelty group made up of eight
boys from the band. The main stunt of this
group was depicting the apple scene from the
"William Tell" Overture at a special War Bond
Rally at West Valley high school on Dec. 7
and also at the band pay convocation,
THE PEP BAND-First row: Harold Anderson, Bob
Leach, Shammy Clausen, Jerry Nolen, Dick Willis,
Louis Coller, Bob Anderson: second row, Glen Michaels,
Pete Suden, Jerry Pomeroy, James Campbell, Al Wil-
son, LaVern Kent, Dave Harry, third row, Johnny
Goettle, Bob Nottage, Bob Peterson.
Tm: 'l'Hin:i: Fivas Scaled. left to right: Phyllis Sutton, Joyce Westerinan, Doris Lohr, Iris Hang, Virginia llairt-
inan, lVlarjoric Scott, Mary Koch: standing. Marilyn Perry, Gaya Sapp, Joan Crisp, Pat Rule. ldlixnluctli Fruin
PROVIDING BACKGROUND music organization of 58 members is directed by C.
Susan .lucobsen, .loycv lVlcBricic.
for baccalaureate and commencement services, Olin Rice, head of the music department.
operettas and senior class plays comprises the The orchestra, and the Three Fives. pre-
most important work of the orchestra. This sented an invitational convocation this spring.
Uiiciii-1s'i'RA First row, left to right: Mary Lou Haeseler, Dorothy Stan, Carol Babbitt, Wzinrln Zoe Mitchell,
'l'innnw Fowler, Rose Marie Jaynes, Marilyn Borset, Doris Cole, second row. Iris Wilttong. .lean Sturlic, Carol
Quaun, Alice Iiuchunzin, Dorothy Myers, C. Olin Rice, Alene Kzinikeberg, Gwen Kennedy, 'l'hclinzi Snell. llzit Sher-
ninng third row, lithelda Shawgo, Wzlndalou Jackson, Betty Wright, Beverly Edwards. Roma Sinn, Marion Ol-
son, Ruth Thonias, Bernell Sinn, Mary Lou Till, Virginia Stewart, Murylin Peterson, Mary Beal: fourth rozr. .lack
llolt, Bob Nottzige, James Czunpbell, Elmer Dean, Dick Alexander, Charles Berry. lion Rohit. li1lV0l'll0 Kent.
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GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY? Did
Karen Andre murder her employer or not?
and Elclred C'lau:'cn.
This question was answered April 26 and 27
when the June dramatic class presented "The
Night of January 16th.,'
The three acts represented three days of a
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UNDER THE DIRECTION of Miss
Grace Gorton, "The Whole Town's Talkingf,
was presented by the January senior dramatics
class to a matinee and an evening audience.
Nov. 2 and 3.
tempts to win the
ter in marriage.
To prove he is
makes up a love
From there on, it
whole town's talking.
murder trial. Twelve jurors were picked from
a slovenly business man, at-
hand of his partner's daugh-
a man of the world, Chester
affair with a movie queen.
is a hilarious mixup until the
the audience at each performance and they
made their own decision. Two endings were
memorized by the cast. One for the verdict of
and one for the verdict of "not
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Left to right: Hugh McRoberts, Dick Hawes, Betty Foley, Don Burson and Eldred Clausen in the fireplace.
"AND IT RAINEDQ, the thirty-third
xperetta given by North Central students, was
:resented in the North Central auditorium on
'he evenings of Dec. 8 and 9.
The operetta, under the direction of Miss
Brace Gorton, dramatics, Miss Elsa Pinkham,
iancingg and C. Olin Rice, music, was a com-
:dy of weary travellers who were stranded at
he Wise Hotel. However, Mr. Wise, owner of
'he hotel, didn't let his guests become bored.
Qnstead, he presented them with some excellent
zntertainment, among which were numbers by
the chorus, the Victory dance, the Slave dance,
indian dance and others. Highlight of the eve-
1ing was Maibelle Rich singing "Whippoor-
vill" from "Sylvia," the first operetta given by
Cast of characters included: LaVerne Kent,
The Tango, one of the many colorful dances of the
Mr. Wise: Mary Lou Cleave, Maizie Black,
Doris Lohr, M'lle Marie Carayg Wally Gott-
wig, Dennis Black, Joy Zeitler, Mrs. Wise:
Marjorie Scott, Maibelle Rich, Kenneth Britt,
john Rich, Don Burson, Curley Rich, George
Till, Steele Black, Eldred Clausen, Jacky Hugh
McRoberts, Fred, Pat Rule, Moonflower.
Scene from "And It Rainedf' thirty-third annual operetta
DORIS JUNE NELSON, elected football
princess by the student body, received the tra-
ditional princess bracelet at a convocation Oct.
13, 1944. Attendants to the princess were Ruth
Salmon and Betty jo Lyon.
Other 12A Red Feathers who were eligible
for princess were: Mary Bailey, Shirley Mor-
gan, Shirley Murbach, Laurel Norris, Dorothy
Piper, Barbara Ramey and Joy Zeitler.
Red Feathers opened the convocation by
singing a parody to '6Red Wing," followed by
an Indian dance. Marylin Peterson was ac-
companist for the group.
Donajeanne Russell, Marjorie Scott, Mar-
jorie Dean, Marilyn Perry, Pat Rule and Eliz-
abeth Fruin made up a sextette that sang
"Indian Dawn." Marjorie Scott, soloist, also
sang 'glndian Love Call."
Mary Lou Cleave, A. S. C. president, pre-
sented Doris with the Indian bracelet, followed
by a short congratulatory speech by Principal
Practicing for the spring pageant, "Dance, Girl, Dance'
Frederic G. Kennedy and a pep talk by the
The Spring Sports Princess, who was crownec
at the Spring Pageant, was chosen by popular
vote. This new method was designated by the
A. S. C. Thirty-one senior A Red Feathers
were eligible for Spring Princess.
Left to right: Betty Jo Lyon, Princess Doris, Ruth Salmon
Broadcasting the "North Central Hi-Lights"-Seated, left to right: Barbara Smith,
Helen Lenke. Standing: Eunice Cammack, Gerald Deery, Don Burson, Bryson
Jaynes, faculty adviser.
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'I'iu-. S'mc:i' Ciufw 1,f-fr to Tifllllf .lim lVlzicDonzxld, Shirley Stablcin, Phil Nickerson, Roy Klein, Lynn Deno.
'I'Hli STAGE CREW, under the direction
of D. Youngman. plays a vital role in the
activities of the school. Witllollt their help,
many operettas. Doll Shops. class plays and
convocations would have sadly lacked both
color and glamour.
joins of the stage crew vary. Among them
are: 'llo keep the stage in repair. to set up
props and scenery. to care for the lighting sys
tem and to do other odd jobs about the stage
Shirley Stablein. manager of the crew for the
latter part of the spring semester, succeedec
,lim MacDonald, who is now in the Navy
Frank Wiliiiering. also of the stage crew. has
entered the Coast Guard.
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We arrived in Spokane yesterday, and it was a delight to see Alice again. She
took me to North Central Cshe's a senior now, you knowj, and I visited classes
First period she has "U. S." from Mr. Ramsey. He's head of the history depart-
ment. It happened to be current-events day. One day a Week is set aside in each his-
tory class for Observer Magazine, it's really "neat" for current events. Other social
studies are: Washington state history, world history 1 and 2, American govern-
ment, problems in American democracy and psychology.
Miss Bertha Boehme's Spanish 1 class enjoys a skit.
Performers, left to right: James Morphis, Alice Paine,
Alice Rhodes, Joe Stoddard.
UBUENOS DIAS, SENORITAY' I brush-
ed up on my Spanish when we stopped in to see
Miss Boehme. She invited us into her Spanish
5 class. This class is concerned with writing and
speaking, while the first year group studies
grammar, sentence construction and simple con-
The Latin room is right down the hall so we
went there. Miss Prince explained that first year
Latin includes construction, vocabulary and
reading. The second year is the study of myths
and Julius Caesar.
Latin 4 students studying costumes and War weapon
of miniature Roman soldiers are, left to right: Janie
Bruce, Bernice Greco, David Bourquin, Janet Dawt
Phillip Strawn, Dick Daggett.
ON OUR WAY to second period, Alic
suggested we stop in room 207 to see Mis
Clarke. She was "just swell" about explainin
the English department to us. English 1, 2, 3, 4
5, and 6 is required for graduation. The prc
gram for these six classes has been revised re
cently by a committee of English teachers. Col
lege literature and English for everyday use i
offered to seniors. Speech and senior dramatic
is taught by Miss Gorton, who joined the Nortl
Central faculty this year.
These college literature students are giving book re-
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Don Heiser, 9B, seated at the desk, is leading a dis
ports. Left to right: Dick Willis, Glenn Armstrong, cussion on a Scholastic magazine article in his Englisl
Marylin Peterson, Bette Freeman, Betty Collins, Ger- 1 class.
Standing around the table mixing a cake in Miss
leuman's food class are: Dorothy Stan, Audrey Rib-
et, Jane Nolen, Jean Beaughan.
WHILE STROLLING down the hall, we
noticed a pleasant aroma coming from room 14.
We went in to find the girls just taking a cas-
.erole out of the oven. In this foods 1 class not
mly the preparation of foods is studied but also
neal planning, packed lunches and nutrients.
Foods 2 is a continuation of foods 1.
Clothing 1 and 2, along with clothing selec-
iion, is offered also. Two credits in home eco-
momics are required for graduation.
Miss McHugh's clothing classes are making slippers
for Baxter Hospital. Sewing on them are, left to right:
Delores Carr, Rose Marie Dehann, Marilyn Peters.
HOME NURSING is a war time class,
under the supervision ofithe Red Cross. It is
taught by Mrs. I-Iamblin, nurse, and Miss Gra-
ham, ancl is especially interesting to girls desir-
ing to enter cadet nursing. If anyone at home
becomes ill, any member of this class will know
exactly what to do, because the girls are taught
how to bathe a patient, to give medicines, to
care for mother and baby and to recognize
symptoms of illness.
Pat Henefer is shown at the right taking Jeanette Demonstrating how to make a bed during a homo
Bauman's pulse, as she lies in bed, during a practical nursing class are, left to right: Gloria Gorden, Pat Hall,
lesson in home nursing. Others are watching, including Ruth Van Auken, Virginia Warren. The "patient" is
the nurse, Mrs, Hamblin.
vigil: I y-swim:
SOMETIMES I DO everything wrong!
Alice and I were gabbing in the hall, not paying
much attention to where we were going when I
bumped right into Mr. Nygaard. I blurted out
"Oops, I'm sorry!" and then felt silly. I wanted
to talk to him anyway so this was my op-
As we walked to his room fl18D, he explain-
Bo'rTo1vi: Several stu-
dents in Mr. Nygaard's
geometry class are at the
board learning to use the
slide rule. Left to right:
Marvin Maxwell, Marilyn
Borset, Dick Daggett,
TOP: Eugene Grandi
nette and Arthur Nuestf
are standing at the boar
working a problem in Mi
IVIIDDLEZ These member
ol' Mr. Theodorsen's aero
nautics class are busil,
working on their prob
ed the various courses of the mathematics de
partment. Math l and 2 is the study of every
day arithmetic and its application to curreni
problems, the metric system, algebra and elei
mentary geometry. These courses are required
for graduation. Geometry 1 and 2 and algebra 3
follow math 1 and 2 in order. Algebra 4, solid
geometry, trigonometry, and aeronautics 1 and
2 may be taken in any order. Aeronautics is
open to juniors and seniors but preferably to
those who are enrolled in or have enrolled in
physics. It has definite pre-induction value for
all boys and will be of value after the war in the
growing field of aviation.
TOP: 'Preparing to blow
up the schoolt' are Pam
Nickerson, Ray Simonson
and La Var Moon from
Mr. Hix's chemistry 2
MIDDLE: Members of
Mr. Riggins' physics class
are displaying the experi-
ments they have been
conducting. Left to right:
Bud King, Bill Trefry,
Earl Carrier, Gloria John-
son, Eleanor Rubeck, Earl
Alice then directed me to Miss Timm's room
falso on the third floorj. She teaches biology
and at the time of our arrival was displaying a
few wild flowers which all the class must collect.
Any sophomore or junior may enroll in this
Science l and 2 is open to freshmen only.
This class is very elementary and non-mathe-
matical. Physics 1 and 2 is also taught and of-
fered only to juniors and seniors who have had
math 1 and 2.
Mr. Riggin, Mr. Neuman, Mr. Tobie and
Mr. Bonamy are the other science teachers. Ac-
AS WE WALKED into room 300, the
chemistry lab, we saw the students conducting
experiments. Mr. Hix, head of the science de-
partment, explained that they were making
iodine crystals which are steel gray in color.
The solution of these crystals in alcohol makes
the well known tincture of iodine-just an ex-
ample of what happens in chemistry class.
BOTTOM: Biology stu-
dents are examining sev-
eral stuffed birds that are
included in Miss Timm's
collection. Around the
table, left to right: Irving
Elder, Carmen Poole, Ray
Virgin, Johnnie Gossett,
Margaret Franke, Jackie
Moore, Gwen Kennedy.
cording to Mr. Hix, approximately 675 stu-
dents were enrolled in the science department
during the spring semester.
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Joyce Mc-Donald and Glen Michaels put the finishing
touches on hungings made for Baxter Hospital.
Put Hall, Lorraine Hildahl and Cleda Diehl are doing
the art work for the Tamarack.
WHILE WE WERE in the locker rooms
combing our hair, I noticed Alice's bracelet.
She said she had made it in her jewelry class: so
naturally we had to go there. I was introduced
to Miss Ashley and spent a very enjoyable hour.
The class has made everything from book ends
to rings, and you'd be surprised how attractive
Miss Ashley told us of the other classes of the
art department. Art 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 are
offered in the order named. Lettering is open to
juniors and seniors who have had previous art
work. Weaving, block figuring, pottery, dyeing
are taught in crafts 1 and 2, which is open to all
girls. Art appreciation gives a basis for enjoying
all phases of art and is open to juniors and
Mr. Theodorson has charge of signs for the
lower hall. Glen Michaels does the sketching,
and the twins, Ronald and Ray Etten, do the
printing. They work down in the little theater.
This department also does the art work for the
lil l 'H 'ny
Displayed here are the signs for the lower hall which
were made by Ronald and Ray Etten, Glen Michaels
and Mr. Theorlorson, adviser.
Miss Ashley's jewelry class is busily working on
their book ends, rings and bracelets.
ASIDE FROM BEING almost trampled
to death fthe locker rooms are down there and
it was between fifth and sixthl, I really enjoyed
going down to the sub-basement to gaze ad-
miringly at the projects the boys made in the
shop. They are very beautiful pieces of work.
J. D. Youngman, head of the industrial arts de-
partment, showed me around. The boys have
made desks, bunk beds, end tables, coffee tables,
dressers and lawn furniture.
The shop also completed about 75 bookcases
and filing cases for almost every grade school in
the district. These bookcases are modernistic
and may be arranged various ways. Two filing
cases were made for North Central. Shop 1, 2,
and 3 is offered but not required.
Other courses in the industrial arts depart-
ment are aircraft, woodworking, mechanical
drawing 1 and 2, machine drawing 1 and 2,
architectural drawing 1, 2, and 3. These classes
are taught by Mr. Frazier and Mr. Theodorsen.
According to Mr. Youngman, there are over
300 boys fand a few girls, enrolled in the in-
dustrial arts department.
Busily working in the shop are, left to right: Harry
Weisser, Don King, Harold Nevdahl.
Machine drawing attracts girls as well as
shown in Mr. Frazier's fifth period class.
Ray Mehl and Don Locken are putting the finishing
touches on bookcases made by members of the shop.
"In the good old summertime." Harry Weisser plans
to enjoy it with the boat he is making. Gene Hendricks
Typing for the ration board are, lel't to right: Doro- Fern Kannberg and Helen Lamberson are studying
thy Piper, Barbara Ramey, Betty Jo Lyon, Shirley the mimeograph in M1'.Streiter's office practice class.
lVIurbac'h, Betty Wood.
" .... TO THE SHORES of Tripoli."
No, not a music class: it's just Mr. Streiter's
typing l class beating the typewriter in time
with a march. This is just the beginners' class.
Typing 2, 3, and 4 are continuation.
A major in commercial requires stenography
l, 2, 3, and 4, office practice and two years of
typing. Bookkeeping 1, 2, 5 and 4, typing 1,
and business law may also be taken for a major.
Business English and commercial law is open to
BEFORE I FINISHED my tour, I just
had to see the courses taught at the Spokane
Trade School. Retail training, taught by Mr.
Cook, sounds very interesting. It requires two
periods a day, either a lecture at North Central
or display work at the trade school. Each mem-
ber of the class must be working in a retail store,
and only senior B's may enroll. lVlodern'prin-
ciples of buying and selling, materials, cash ma-
chines and employment are stressed in this
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Two North Central students are learning to run the
either side ol' the window display, with Laura Crow presses at the print shop. These presses print The News.
and Dona Conrad modeling.
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"On the fields of friendly strife are sown the seeds
which, in other years, on other fields, will bear the
fruits of victory."-General MacArthur.
"On the fields of friendly strife .... l' Archie
Buckley will be remembered by all who knew him as
a fiery coach who never gave up. When his team
won, he was the happiest guy in the world. Many
times when the team was fighting a losing game, the
tired, weary players would look over and see "Buck"
pacing the sidelines, urging them on, fighting with
them every inch of the way. Then they would grit
their teeth and fight a little harder, often to victory,
for their coach. "Buck," the fighting coach who
never gave up-and the players loved him for it.
" .... which in other years, on other fields, wi'l
bear the fruits of victory." On that fateful spring day
in 1945, Archie Buckley sacrificed his life for his
country. Itls a sure thing that he went down with a
fighting word on his lips.
When, in games of future years, a North Central
team is down and out, the players might look through
the haze of the lighted ball-park and see Coach Buck-
ley standing on the sidelines. Then they'll grit their
teeth and fight a little harder.
"In other years .... on other fields, the fruits of
victory." Archie Buckley is gone. The best of play-
ers are called out on a sacrifice.
WORKING on a war-time basis, the
physical education department, under the di-
rection of Wesley Taylor and Guy O.
Barnes, have devoted a period a day again this
year to senior boys in a pre-induction fitness
lixercires and games to develop strength, en-
durance, stamina, body coordination, and
physical skills that will be of direct value to
the graduates who enter the armed forces or
war work, were included in the program.
Physical activities include aquatics, gym-
nasium, combatives and sports. These are done
to give the boy the extra strength and stamina
that will be needed in the near future. Hygiene,
health, first aid and life saving, classes of the
less competitive nature were also given as an
essential part of the training.
Swimming has become an important part of
the training as is the obstacle course. The boys
were put through this many times in an at-
Coaches J. W. Taylor and G. O. Barnes
tempt to improve themselves and their time in
completing the course.
This program is considered not only essen-
tial for those expecting to go into the armed
services, but for those taking part in agricul-
ture, industry, commerce, domestic services and
Going Through the Obstacle Course
SCORING THE EXACT number of
points as their opponents, the North Central
Indians copped three out of seven contests in
the 1944 football season. Every contest was
close and North Central received more than
its share of bad breaks.
The Indians were regarded from the start
of the season as tough customers, with an ex-
tremely powerful line and a versatile backfield
led by Frank Miyaki. The warriors boasted a
line composed of: Ends, Larry Ellison, Grover
Clark, Walt Rameriz, Bob Denning, tackles,
Doug King, Jack LaRue, Don Rohlf, "Clem"
Crowston: guards, Bill Taylor, Bob Allen, John
Mancheni, Bob Fulsom: centers, Lee Wright,
Members of the backfield were: Cliff
Schultz, Jerry Pomeroy at quarterback, Bill
Graham, Bill Sweet, Neil Powell at right halfg
Frank Miyaki, Bob Jones at left half, and Stan
Dragos, Earl Carrier, Dick Washburn at full-
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North Central's best game was a 14-0 vic-
tory over L. C. The feature of the game was a
95-yard run back of the opening kickoff by
Frank Miyaki, halfback, and Bob Allen,
guard, were chosen on the all-city first squad.
Those on the second team were: Larry Ellison,
Bill Taylor, Doug King and Cliff Schultz.
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THE BASKETBALL SQUAD for 1944-
45 ended the regular city play with no victories
against nine losses, the first time in two decades
that an Indian team was unable to win at least
However, the team had more than its share
of the bad breaks, losing four of their nine
games by four points or less. Two other games
were close: and in only three of the games were
the Indians soundly beaten.
In pre-season games Kellogg, Grand Coulee,
Priest River and Mason City fell to the Indians,
before Pine City snapped the win streak. Coeur
d'Alene and Wallace were beaten, and then the
Indians entered the West Valley tournament.
Central Valley and St. John hung up wins over
the Warriors, while Wallace was again beaten
by the Indians.
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row, Hendricks, Hunter, Penny, Seaman, Grandenetti, Derrick, Thompson, Wiggs, Doran, Miyaki, Oliver, thirc
row, Clark, Buckholz, Martin, Morphis, Ferg, Wriggle, E. Palmer, Goudge, Piccolo, Williams, Gravos, fourth row
Derry, mgix, Perko, Mueller, Smith, Johnson, Bardsley, mgr., B. Palmer, Carrier, Taylor, Stewart, Stohs, Bryhni
THE 1945 INDIAN baseball team is one
of the best North Central has fielded in the
past few seasons. The batting lineup this year
was a powerful one which, at the third-way
mark in the city schedule, boasted of four .300
The Redmen got off to a good start as they
won all three of their pre-season games. Errors
by the Indians proved to be their downfall as
they lost their first regular game to Gonzaga,
7 to 2. Although Bill Taylor pitched a good
game, the Bullpups' hits combined with N. C.
errors at the right times to produce the winning
Speedball pitcher Earl Carrier got North
Central back into the win column as he out-
pitched two Rogers chuckers to win 4 to 1.
He gave up only four hits while his teammates
collected seven. The third game, played against
Lewis and Clark, was a heart-breaker. The In-
dians were ahead until the fifth inning, when
two errors were responsible for two L. C. runs.
Although Grover Clark tripled and then scor-
ed on an error to tie the score, the Tigers came
back in the last of the seventh to score one run
and win the game. Again, errors had cost the
The support given by the student body at
the games was excellent. At this writing, the
Indians have six games to play, and with the
help of the N. C. fans, they are out to turn all
those games into victories.
First row: Finley, Cozzetto, Powell, Clark, Sweet, Burson, Pomeroy, Stafford, Wilson, Reinhardt, Williams,
iryhni, Coach G. O. Barnes, second row, Crowe, Cameron, S. Johnson, Elixman, Green, Eide, B. Johnson, Etten,
fross, Crowston, Wiggs, King, Rameriz, McVay, third row, Miyaki, Pynn, Black, L. Palmer, Griggs, B. Palmer,
iravos, Coller, Woods, ast. mgr., Worley, ast. mgr., Trent, mgr.g fourth row, Dyer, Hubbard, Smith, McKinney,
Lutchart, Keen, Stohs, Stewart, Tesch, Bossio, Ayers, McCoul, Tonanig fifth row, Cogley, Boison, Stickle, Cun-
ingham, Forsyth, Jones, Nolen, Simpson, Southwell, Wade, Eilmes, Hawes, Raymond.
AS TI-IE SEASON got under way, North
fentral's chances of winning track in 1945 lay
n the hands of untried material, for the Indian
quad boasted but five letterman with the re-
nainder of the team having seen little, or no
iction, in city competition.
The loss of George Smith and Bill Ebbig-
iausen to the service weakened still more the
Warriors' chances. With them, the Indians
vould have been greatly strengthened in the
Two dash men, Grover Clark and Neil
Powell, were back as veteran performers. Powell
won the 220 and 100-yard dashes against Gon-
zaga last year. A key veteran was Jerry Pom-
eroy. Jerry captured the 70-yard low hurdles
at Pullman in a pre-season meet and looked like
a prospect for the city title.
Jack Stafford and Al Wilson, both high
hurdlers, complete the list of veterans. Staf-
ford also broad jumps while Wilson does the
Pomeroy, Clark, Powell and Stan Johnson,
a junior prospect, are the members of the relay
team. A sophomore, Neil Williams, gave great
promise of being a good distance man as he
beat all North Central competition in pre-sea-
son races. John Bryhni, LaVern McVay and
Ken Stickle were prospective hurdlers.
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First row, left to right: Roberts, Davis, Barrett, Edwards, Lewis, Padgett, second row, Dwinell, Gillette, Staple
Bentley, Schwarz, Tellefson, Lockhead, Bond: third row, Coach Ernest L. Hix, Morphis, Walker, Deno, Leach, Wil
son, Lloyd, Claussen, Waye. Langdon, Butler.
AFTER HAVING their seven-year championship streak broke:
in 1942, the North Central Indians snapped back to their winning
ways by taking the title in '43 and '44. Last year the Indians' single
team was undefeated in 60 matches, while the doubles squad won
seven of 12 matches.
Returning for action in 1945 are letter-winners Al Wilson, Pau
Dick James Lloyd and Doug Tellefson. Three other top performers are Ernii
Bentley, John Schwarz and Ron Walker.
A Dan Bond, Dave Langdon, Jerry Claussen
Bill Deno, George Gillette, Bill Ruddy, Bol
Leach and Allen Waye are also outstanding
Paul Burgess, Stewart Davis, Tommy Edwards
Don Lewis, Kent Roberts and Ted Staple,
complete the list of those who turn out reg
jack Tellefson won the city singles cham
pionship last year while Jack Tellefson ant
Jack Tellefson and Paul Lloyd Paul Lloyd captured the doubles title.
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BOYS, GOLF TEAM-Left to right: Bud Quackenbush, Dick Kirkendahl, Bob Lyons, Hal Morrill, Bud Moe, Spike
FOR THE SECOND consecutive year, the Indian golf squad
Beeber, Bob Bleek.
captured the city championship from their south side rivals, Lewis
and Clark, by a score of 53 to 15.
The event that sparked this year's team was the State junior Cham-
pionship in Seattle last summer, when three of its members placed
first, second and fifth.
The Indians this year were bolstered with five returning lettermen STATE JUNIOR CHAMPION
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Bud Moe, Gene May, Spike Beeber, Bob
Bleck, Bud Quackenbush and Dick Kirken-
dahl will be back next season, the only loss be-
ing the captain and State Champion, Bob
Lyons who will be graduated in June.
In spite of the acute shortage of golf balls if
and war-time restrictions on transportation, the
boys under the able direction of Walter C.
Hawes not only went through the season with
flying colors but also can lay claim to the i
Northwest or Pacific coast high school title. Walter C, Hawes qcoachy, and Gene May
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SPRING Ti-:NNIs TEAM-Front row, left to right: Verlee Meinke, Phyllis Gazette, Octavia Williams, Ellen Lock
head, Virginia Dwinell, Lillian Balinski, Pat Creel, Billie Lovejoy, Derce Quackenbush, Elizabeth Huerlin, Bettg
Lloyd, Jane Prattg second row, Jackie Stephans, Myldred Hays, Mary Bech, Shirley Steele, Pat Rule, Pat Fitz
patrick, Virginia Huerlin, Nella Jyclstrup, Louise Myers, Beverly Woellner, Barbara Tellefson, Mary Jane Gross
man, Virginia Christian, Violet Koch, Jeanette Bauman, third row, Mary Barland, Jo Anderson, Gertrude Blank
Shirley Bush, Betty Blair, Pat Frazier, Miss Elsa Pinkham, Gloria Jacobsen, Lorraine Scamahorn, Wanda Thor
sen, Bonnie Jensen, Marilyn Meisner, fourth row, Hazel Perry, Maxine McDougall, Johnnie Gossett, Maxin
Brueback, Miriam Wotring, Carolyn Freeborg, Myrtle Chitty, Dorothy Johnson, Shirley Swanson, Pat Fosgate
Betty McKeen, Beverly Thompson, Marilyn Perry.
Miss Elsa Pinkham
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DURING THE FALL semester, the girls' tennis team defeatec
Rogers, but lost to the city league winner, Lewis and Clark.
In the spring, tournaments were played with Omak on May 5
Rogers, May 95 and Lewis and Clark, May 16.
Graduating members of the fall team were: Laurel Norris, captain
Mary Bailey, Mary Lou Cleave, Shirley Murbach and Shirlee Mor
gan. Girls to be graduated this spring are: Lillian Ballinski, Pat Creel
Phyllis Gazette, Pat Henefer, Billie Lovejoy,
Marilyn Meister, and Jackie Stephens.
The team turnouts are every Monday and
,M Wednesday period 6 and after school, and for
special ,practices on Saturday morning from
8 to 11 AQ my
Managers for the spring semester were
Marilyn Meister and Betty Lloyd, assistant:
fall, Betty, manager, and Jane Pratt, assistant,
Miss Elsa Pinkham, girls' physical education
department head, is coach of the team.
GIRLS, GOLF TI-:AM-Left to right: Ruth Latta, Jackie Funseth, Molly Wagner, Carol King, Derce Quackenbush,
Gerri Turley, Mirna Iverson, Jackie Schussler, Donna Jacobsen, Barbara Jerrow, Donna Pashek, Jean Ramsey,
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were defeated last fall by their only opponents, the Lewis and Clark
Tigers. Tournaments were scheduled for May 14 and 21 this spring.
Pat Halstead was the only member of the team to be graduated last
fall. This spring, Donna Pashek, captain, Elaine Davis, Molly Wagner
and Colleen Wolfe will leave the team. Donna Pashek was manager
for the fall semester, and Barbara Ierrow, for Miss Wilhelmine Timm
The team meets every Tuesday and Thurs-
day, period 6 and after school, when they
travel to Downriver to be instructed by Neil
Christian, golf pro. The girls are required to
play 18 holes a week.
Ratings are given by a new method this
spring. A ladder arrangement is used and team
members challenge one another for top posi-
, Miss Timm watches Betty Freeman while the other
tions. girls of the team look on.
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Parker's "Micro-Film Black" Quink
"Micro Film Black" is a special dense black ink designed to
make your V-mail letters reproduce clear and sharp. It is also
obtainable in colors:
Washable Blue Violet
Washable Black Green
Royal Blue Brown
Red 15c and 25c bottles
Royal Blue and "Micro Film Black" in pints 75c: quarts 81.25.
Parker's "5I" Fast-Drying Ink
Made especially for the famous 51 pen in these colors:
India Black Tunis Blue
China Red Pan-American Green
3-oz. bottles 25c
WaIerman's Fine Pen Inks I5c
Blue Black Patrician Purple
Jet Black Aztex Brown
South Sea Blue
Skrip V-Black for V-Mail
Permanent Blue Black, Permanent
Royal Blue, Washable Blue, Wash-
able Black, Red, Green, Brown
15c and 25c bottles
CarIer's Raven Black
Here is a useful array of inks in
popular colors you will like:
American Blue, Tulip Purple, Mid-
night Black, Forest Green, Midnight
Blue-Black, Sunset Brown, Washable
Blue, Hunting Red.
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