North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA)
- Class of 1948
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Traders seeking furs and fortune
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Everyone likes to think that the job he ish doing is important. Sometimes a student wonders whether
he is spending enthusiastic years to the best advantage by finishing high school.
All the evidence proves that he will hold better positions and earn more money through his lifetime if
he sticks to his high school course. Thatis the selfish side.
But our nation has a comparable interest in Each one of you. Amcricais chances of survival are better
whenever a student moves over into the "upper one-fourthi' in educational status.
America is a democracy and each vote counts once, but the number of voters who didn't reach sixth-
grade education equals the population of 29 states. Sixty percent of American voters have not had a year
of high school. They couldn't have had more than a smattering of history, civics, economics, and govern-
ment. LESS THAN 25 PERCENT of the American electorate have gone through high school!
So America says to each one of you, "Stick to your educational guns! NVQ: shall expect better judgement
and better accomplishment from you than from the less favored three-quarters."
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OFFICE STAFF-Left to right: Mrs. Vera Bayley, book room clerkg
Pat Fitzpatrick, attendance clerkg and Mrs. Helen Dwyer, secretary.
W. C. HAWES, Vice Principal
MRS. GLADYS DUNPHY
Girls' P. E.
GEORGE PALMER JOHN MALTERNER E, C, FRAZIER
Study Hall Library
GUY O. BARNES BOB BRUMBLAY
Boys' P. E. Head, Boys, P. E.
Head, Girls' P. E.
Head, Indiwtrial Arts
NELLIE CATTON I
MRS. FLORENCE PARISH
eighteen I ' NW
Head of English Department
BRYSON L. JAYNES CHRISTINE MCRAE
English, Debate English
ELEANOR PETERSON MARGARET RAWLINGS
MANLEY SACKETT GRACE GORTON
English, History Dramatics
P. H. NYGAARD - R. A. BALDWIN
Head of Math Department Math
ROBERT BARNARD VERNA BETZ JOHN NORBY HAROLD THOMPSON
Math Math Math Math
DON BONAMY PAUL NEUMAN WILHELMINE TIMM
Science Science Science
PAUL TOBIE DALE RIGGINS
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Head of Science Department
J. O. GRIGGS
Head of Commercial
RUTH WINKLEY DEL JONES
Commercial Social Studies
C. R. RANDALL WARREN RIOPFILLE
Social Studies Social Studies
Head of Social Studies
EMERY WATTE BILL WILLIAMS
Social Studies SOCil1l Studies
Head of Art Department
AGNES MCHUGH CHRISTINE NEUMAN
Home Economics Home Economics
FRANCES THEIS LOWELL C. BRADFORD
ROY CARRIKER CONAH MAE ELLIS
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JANUARY CLASS OFFICERS--Front row, left to
right: Mary Ann Heath, vice presidentg Marion Todd,
secretary-second row: Ed Anderson, presidentg Ernie
Achre, Evelyn Marie Commercial
Graduated in 3Vg years, Song Leader 2, 3, 4, Doll Shop 2, Spring
Pageant 3, League Honor Roll 4 times, Big Cousin 4, Volleyball 2,
Color Girl 2.
Agost, D011 L. Math, Science
Doll Shop 2, Pep Band 3, Choir 2, Band 1, 2, 3.
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Alexander, Richard Andrew Manual Arts
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4.
Anderson, Edward Wesley Science, Math
Senior A President, Senior A Honor Roll, Federation Repre-
sentative, Amores Librorum 2, News Staff 3, 4, Associate Editor 4,
Quill and Scroll 4, Junior Press Club President 4, Tamarack Staff
4, Traffic Squad 2, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, Senior Counsellor
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Berg, Marlyn Virgil Manual Arts
News Representative 3, 4.
Bolartll, Patty Lou Home Economics, History
Red Feathers 3, Color Girls 2, Senior Counsellor 4, Girls' League
Representative 3, 4, Spring Pageant 2, Roll Checker 2, Locker
Monitor 2, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4.
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Burson, Fred Jackson Social Studies, Fine Arts
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4,
Warriors 3, President 4, Boys' Federation 3, Financial Secretary 4,
A. S. C. 3, 4, Dance Committee 3, Hi-Nite Dance Committee 3,
Conduct Board President 4, Stage Crew 4.
Cannata, Theresa L. Commercial
Girls' League Secretary 4, A. S. C. 4, Central Council 4, Girls'
League Honor Roll 8 times, Color Girls 1, 2, Secretary 2, Red
Feathers 3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Spring Pageant 2, 4, News Staff 3, 4,
Advertising Manager 4, Managing Editor 4, Senior Editor Tama-
rack 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Secretary 4, All-Activity Letter 4, Big
Cousin 1, 2, 3, 4.
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Carlson, Carl Industrial Arts, Social Studies
Cauvel, Betty Louise Commercial
Girls' League President 4, A. S. C. 4, Central Council 4, Girls'
League Honor Roll 8 times, Head of Senior A Honor Roll, Color
Girls 1, 2, Treasurer 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Spring Pageant 1, 3,
Latin Club 3, Commercial Club 4, Treasurer 4, Big Cousin 1, 2,
3, 4, Con Deputy 4, All-Activity Letter 4.
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Clark, Lawrence Eugene Science
C0bl1r11, Helen Science
A. S. C. 4, Central Council 4, Dance Committee 4, Chairman 4,
Color Girls 1, 2, Red Feathers 3, Color Guard 3, 4, Con Deputy
g,t4, Doll Shop 3, Spring Pageant 2, 4, Girls' League Honor Roll
Davis, Stuart A. Math, Science
News Staff Sports Writer 4, Tamarack Staff 4, Track 2, 3, 4,
Traffic Squad 3, 4, Senior A Honor Roll.
DeMander, Muriel Math
Red Feathers 3, 4, Color Girls 2, Vox Puellarum 2, 3, Amores
Librorum 2, 3, Spring Pageant 3, Operetta 2, 4, Doll Shop 2,
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Dietrich, Robert E. Math
Tamarack Representative 3.
Eagle, Daryl C. Science
Federation Council 3, Dues Lientenant 3, Ground Squad 3, 4,
Tennis 3, 4, News Staff Sports Writer 4, Tamarack Staff 4.
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Ellis, Mary Elaine Commercial
A. S. C. 4, Vice President 4, Central Council 4, Prom Committee
Chairman 4, Vox Puellarum 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Golf Team 3, 4,
Red Feathers 3, 4, Color Girls 2, All-Activity Letter 4, Co-Head
Gym Department 4, Better North Central Committee 4, Spring
Pageant 2, 4, Girls' League Honor Roll 6 times, Big Cousin 2, 4.
Evans, WV. C. Math, Science
Boys' Federation President 4, Treasurer 4, Council 4, Warriors
2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Baseball 2, 4, Basketball 1, 2,
Football 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Traffic Squad 3, 4, Better North
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Fowler, Thomas Mitchell Music, Dramatics
Dramatics 3, 4, Ground Squad 3, 4, Lieutenant 4, Choir Librarian
3, Vice President 4, Spokane World Affairs Orgainzation 3, 4,
Treasurer 4, Thespian 3, 4, Treasurer and Star Thespian 4, Boys'
Federation Welfare Committee Head 4, Senior Dramatics 3, Or-
chestra 2, 3, Boys' Federation Representative 2, 4, Comanche
Guard 3, Fire Guard 2.
Fraser, D0nI1a Marie Foreign Languages, Commercial
Graduated in 3V2 years, Color Girls 1, 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Latin
Club 3, 4, Spring Pageant 1, 3, Doll Shop 2, Girls, League Repre-
sentative 1, 2, Red Cross Representative 4, Tamarack Representa-
tive 2, Locker Monitor 2, Roll Checker 1, 2, Library Monitor 2.
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Gower, Glen Harold Math
Army June '45-Jan. '47, Federation Dues Lieutenant, fall '47.
Grandstaff, Elizabeth Art
Choir 4, Operetta 4, Art Club 3, 4, Reporter 4, Big Cousin 1, 2, 3,
Doll Shop 3, News Representative 4, Library Representative 2,
Tamarack Representative 2, Golf Team 3, Girls' League Repre-
sentative 1, Girls' League Honor Roll 2 times, Girls' Glee Club 4,
Slip Collector 2.
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Greenside, Peggy Social Studies
Red Cross 2, News Representative 1, Library Representative 2,
Graduated in 31!2 years. .
Haas, Alta Jeanne Home Economics, Social Studies
Color Girls 2, Tamarack Representative 2, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4,
Spring Pageant 2, Locker Monitor 3, Red Feathers 4, Slip Collector
2, News Representative 2, Girls' League Honor Roll 2, Operetta 3,
Library Representative 3, 4.
Hall, Lawrence A. Math, Drawing
Senior A Honor Roll, News Staff 3, 4, Sports Editor 4, Quill and
Scroll 4, Vice President 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Grounds Squad 3.
Harmon, Dorothy Adelaide Home Economics
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Harwood, Avis Vera History
Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4.
Heath, lllary Ann Fine Arts
Red Feathers 3, 4, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Color Girls 1, 2, Art
Club 3, 4, Historian 4, Operetta 3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Spring Pageant
2, 4, Choir 4, Big Cousin 1, 2, 3, A11-Activity Shield 4, lst Bar 4,
Library Representative 4, Senior A Vice President 4, Football
Princess Attendant 4.
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I'ICgl6, Ardis Gayle Home Economics
Roll Checker 2.
Hendricks, Gene Math, Industrial Arts
Fire Squad 2, Operetta 2.
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Holmes, Don Earl Math 4
Band 2, 3, 4, Ground Squad 2, Traffic Squad 3, Federation
Representative 3, Frosh Football 2.
Howell, LeRoy WV alter Math, Industrial Arts
Transferred from Boise, Idaho, Graduated in 31!2 years.
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K2lCl1lnSliy, NOFIIIH Lee Home Economics, Commercial
Locker Monitor 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Commercial Club 4,
Operetta 3, Spring Pageant 3, Graduated in 35 years.
Keiner, Arlette Amandee Math
Tennis Team 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Spring Pageant
4, Big Cousin 2, 3, Library Representative 1, 2, Red Cross Repre-
sentative 4, Badminton 4, Red Feathers 4, Library Monitor 1, 2, 3,
Slip Collector 1, 2.
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Kienholz, Ruth Marie
Graduated in 314 years, Tennis Team 2, Ice Skating 1, 2, 3, Hall
Guard 4, War Stamp Representative 1, Red Cross Representative
1, 3, Library Representative 2, Roll Checker 3, Librarian's Helper 1.
Kolelf, Mary Ann Commercial
Conduct Board 4, Secretary 4, A. S. C. 4, Central Council 4, Red
Feathers 3, 4, Color Girls 2, Historian-Reporter 2, Commercial
Club 4, Vice President 4, News Staff Typist 4, Tamarack Staff
Senior Editor 4, League Honor Roll 4 times, Spring Pageant 2, 4,
Big Cousin 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Representative 4, Home Room
Sergeant-at-Arms 4. '
Krauss, Robert William Industrial Arts
Liggett, Phyllis Jeanne Commercial
Tennis Team 3, 4, Library Representative 1, 2, 3, Red Cross
Representative 2, Library Monitor 2, Slip Collector 2, 3.
Q Q Q Q
LlI1dbC1'g, Charles F. Science
Graduated in 315 years, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Tamarack Repre-
sentative 1, News Representative 2, Federation Representative 2,
Ground Squad 4, Thespian 3, 4, President 4, Head Drum Major 4,
Doll Shop 2, Operetta 3, Senior Dramatics 4.
Lister, BCH E. Industrial Arts
Graduated in 35 years, Football 2, 3, 4, Warriors 3, 4, Federa-
Q Q Q Q
Lucas, Olive Dianne Science
Girls' League Vice President, Football Princess Attendant,
Senior A Honor Roll, Vox Puellarum 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4,
News Staff 4, News Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 4, President 4, Color
Girls 2, Vice Chairman 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Golf Team, Manager
3, 4, Letter 4, Prom Committee, Math Club 3, Three Fives 3, Girls'
League Quartet, A. S. C. 4, Central Council 4, Athletic Board 4,
Spring Pageant 2, 4, All-Activity Letter 4.
Lysek, Jo Ann Science
A. S. C. 4, Central Council 4, Color Guard 4, Red Feathers 3, 4,
Color Girls 1, 2, Con Commissioner 4, Conduct Board 4, Con
Deputy 3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Spring Pageant 2, 4, Girls' League
Honor Roll 8 times.
Q Q Q Q
Mckeynolds, Maralee Lois Home Economics
Tennis Team 3, 4, Letter 4, Hi-Nite Council 4, Chairman 4,
Dance Committee 4, Red Feathers 3, 4, Historian-Reporter 4, Color
Girls 2, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4, Spring Pageant 2, 4, Doll Shop 3, Honor
Roll 4 times, All-Activity Letter 3.
lNlCV2ly, AdCliSOI1 QLHVCTIIC Math, Science, Drawing
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, All-City, Federation 4, A. S. C.
4, Warriors 3, 4, Senior A Honor Roll, Home Room President 4.
Q Q Q Q
Miller, Gwendolyn Greta Social Studies, Music
Graduated in 31!2 years, Three Fives 3, 4, Historian-Reporter 4,
Choir 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Secretary 4, Operetta Orchestra 3, 4,
Red Feathers 4, All-Activity Letter 3, Athletic Board 4, Track 3,
Captain 3, Volleyball 2, 3, Softball 2, 3, Girls' League Honor Roll
4 times, Senior Dramatics 4, Production Staff 4, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4.
Moad, Jack LaVerne Commercial
Q Q Q Q
Munkers, Bill Social Studies, Manual Arts
Myers, Richard Industrial Arts, Math
Card and Announcement Committee.
Nagle, Avis Janine Commercial
Oakes, Margaret Louise
Transferred from Lewis and Clark, Graduated in 314 years.
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Paine, Alice Joyce Science
A. S. C. 4, Central Council 4, Co-Head Gym Department 4, Con
Deputy 4, Red Feathers 3, 4, Golf Team 4, Honor Roll 6 times,
A11-Activity Shield 3, Color Girls 2, Spring Pageant 2, 4, Spanish
Club 3, Amores Librorum 3, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4.
Palmer, Ernest McDonald Math, Science, Social Studies
A. S. C. 4, Federation Department Head 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4,
Traffic Squad 3, Lieutenant 4, Senior A Class Treasurer, Gradu-
ated in 31!2 years.
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PatI'iCli, P2ltI'iCia Commercial
Transferred from Sandpoint High School, Senior Counsellor 4,
Library Representative 3.
Powell, Dorothy Ethel Music
Vox Puellarum 3, 4, President 4, Three Fives 2, 3, 4, President 4,
A. S. C. 4, Central Council 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Lead 4, Math Club
2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Red Feathers 3, 4, Color Girls l, 2, Golf Team
3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Singing Lead, Spring Pageant 2, Girls' League
Quartet Chairman 2, 3, 4, Choir 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Honor Roll
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Prather, Dolores Art
Red Feathers 3, Secretary 4, Golf Team 3, Manager 4, Athletic
Board 4, Con Deputy 4, Amores Librorum 2, 3, 4, Doll Shop 3,
Spring Pageants 2, 4, Color Girls 2, Central Council 2, A. S. C. 2,
All-Activity Letter 4, Girls' League Honor Roll 6 times, Big
Cousin 2, 3, News Representative 3.
Rhodes, Alice Marie Home Economics
Football Princess 4, A. S. C. 2, 3, Central Council 2, 3, Art Club
3, 4, Big Cousin 1, 2, 3, 4, Red Feathers 3, 4, Color Girls l, 2,
Operetta 2, Doll Shop 3, Girls' League Representative 2, 3, Pag-
eant 2, News Representative 2, 4.
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Richwine, Shirley Anne Commercial
Graduated in 315 years, Color Girls 1, 2, Girls' League Honor
Roll 4 times, News Staff Bookkeeper 4, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4, Vox
Puellarum 4, Commercial Club Secretary 4, Tamarack Senior
R0bI1Ctt, T611 Allerton Retailing, Science
Frosh Football, Red Cross Representative 1, Tamarack Repre-
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Rockstrom, Don Math
Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
Salmon, Jacqueline Marie Social Studies, Commercial
Transferred from Seattle, A. S. C. 4, Central Council 4, Com-
mercial Club President 4, Thespian 4, Senior Dramatics 4, Big
Cousin 2, 3, 4, Library Representative 2, 4, Red Cross Repre-
sentative 2, Locker Monitor 3, 4, Spring Pageant 4, League Honor
Roll 2 times, Library Monitor 1, Baseball 3, Roll Checker 2.
Sampson, Marian Joyce Math
Girls' League Treasurer 4, Girls' League Honor Roll 8 times,
Math Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, President 4, Vox Puellarum 2, 3,
4, Historian-Reporter 4, Color Girls 1, 2, President 2, Red Feathers
3, 4, A. S. C. 2, 3, 4, Central Council 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4,
Dance Lead 3, Big Cousin 1, 2, 3, 4, Doll Shop Dance Lead 3,
Spring Pageant 2, 4, News Staff 4, All-Activity Letter 2, Con
Deputy 3, 4, Junior Dram 3, Choir 4, Library Monitor 1, Tamarack
Representative 1, League Office Monitor 4, Girls' League Repre-
sentative 3, Floor Chairman 3.
Seaver, Beverly Mae Bookkeeping
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Sj0bCl'g, William J0hI1 Industrial Arts, Math
Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Manager 3, 4, Boys' Federation Committee
Head 4, Tamarack Representative 3.
Strick, Ruth CGriffinJ Math
Roll Checker 2, 3, 4, Y-Teen 2, 3, 4, News Representative 3,
Library Representative 1, 3.
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Swank, Norma Lea Home Economics
Red Feathers 3, 4, Chairman 4, Golf Team 3, Captain 4, Athletic
Board 4, Color Girls 2, A. S. C. 4, Central Council 4, Vox Puel-
larum 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Doll Shop 3, Spring Pageant 2, 4, All-
Activity Letter 4, Girls' League Honor Roll 5 times, Big Cousin 2, 4.
Tessendorf, LaBerta A. Science
Color Girls 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Tamarack Representative 3,
All-Activity Letter 4, Spring Pageant 2, 4, Senior Counsellor 4,
League Honor Roll 2 times, Baseball 2, 3.
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Theiss, DOIIHH Foreign Languages
Graduated in 3 years, A. S. C. 3, Central Council 3, Latin Club
2, 3, Bookroom Monitor 2, 3, Roll Checker 2, Girls' League Repre-
sentative 2, 3.
Todd, Katherine Marion Science, Moth
Transferred from Rogers, Senior A Secretary 4, Home Room
President 4, Girls' League Reporter 4, Central Council 4: A. S. C.
4, News Advertising Manager 4, Junior Press Club Secretary 4,
Quill and Scroll 4, Treasurer 4, Vox Puellarum 4, Sergeant-at-
Arms 4, Math Club 4, Con Deputy 4, Big Cousin 4, Spring Pageant
4, Red Feathers 4, Tamarack Staff 4, Library Representative 4,
Senior Miss Ski Club 4, Red Cross Representative 4, Hi-Nite
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Trimble, John Social Studies
Federation Department Head 4, Associated Student Council 4,
Spokane World Affairs Organization President 3, 4, Forensic Club
President 4, Home Room President 3, Ushering Committee
Twltchell, Betty Art
Color Girls 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Operetta 3, 4,
Spring Pageant 2, 4, Volleyball 3, 4, Softball 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4,
Track 3, 4, Library Representative 2, 3, 4, Roll Checker 2, 3, 4,
Senior Counsellor 4, All-Activity Letter 3, Girls' League Honor
Roll 6 times, Big Cousin 2, 3, Con Deputy 4.
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Warn, Gloria Joyce Art
Slip Collector 2, 3, Locker Monitor 3, Big Cousin 4, Tamarack
Art Editor 4.
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Jeannette Bogar Herbert Roger Reinhardt James Irvine Tuttle
Gene Pike Beatrice Smith Larry Kay Wriggle
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To qualify for the Scholastic Honor Roll, a senior A must have a grade ayerage ol
B or better and have made at least 16 credits in a Spokane public high school with no
semester grade below HD." The following january graduates, listed in the order of their
averages, have niet these qualifications:
Larry Hall Mary Ann Heath
Dolores Prather Larry Wriggle
Don Agost jo Ann Lysek
Dianne Lucas Vern MCVay
Stuart Davis Ernie Palmer
lid Anderson Pat Patrick
JUNE CLASS OFFICERS--Left to right: Kenneth
Nelson, presidentg Shirley Cox, secretaryg Lowry Bennett,
vice presidentg Glen Burton, treasurer.
Caps and Gowns
AChen, Janet Home Economics
Transferred from Renton, Washington3 Hall Guard 43 Locker
Monitor 3, 4.
Adams, Keith Wayne Science, Industrial Arts
Federation Representative 2, 33 Sports Representative 43 Tennis
43 Red Cross Representative.
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Aiken, J0hl'l Science, Fine Arts, Industrial Arts
Alabone, Patricia Jeanne Arr
Horizon Club 23 Girl Reserve 13 Big Cousin 33 Spring Pageant 33
Basketball 43 Volleyball 43 Senior Counsellor 4g Doll Shop 43 Girls'
League Honor Rollg All-Activity Letter.
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Allen, Dorothy Mae Science
Red Feathers 43 Math Club 33 Secretary, Treasurer 43 Tennis 3.
43 Badminton 3, 43 Doll Shop 43 Big Cousin 43 Con Deputy 43
Library Monitor 3.
AIldel'SOI1, Bob E. Music, Industrial Arts
Band l, 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 3, 43 Orchestra 43 Doll Shop Orchestra
43 Drum Major 3, 43 Baseball 1, 2, 33 Sports for All.
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Anderson, Helen Gertrude Social Studies
Hall Guard 43 Library Monitor 43 Tennis 4, Assistant Manager 4.
Anderson, Leeola Jean Home Economics
Transferred from Cascade, Montanag Girl Reserves 23 Chorus 23
Baseball 23 Library Representative 2, 33 Red Cross Representative
3: Girls' League Representative 33 Locker Monitor 43 Senior
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Aschenbrenner, Casper Edward M ath
Transferred from Sandpoint, Idahog Red Cross Representative
33 Boys' Federation Representative 33 Home Room Treasurer.
Ashton, Phillip Music, Math, Science
Band 2, 3, 43 Pep Band 3, 43 Doll Shop Orchestra 4.
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Aslin, DOI'0thy Foreign Languages
Transferred from Lewis and Clarkg News Representative 3, 43
Red Cross Representative 33 Girls' League Representative 33 Hall
Guard Captain 43 A. S. C. 43 Central Council 4.
Badden, La Berta Faye Commercial
Color Girls 1, 23 Red Feathers 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 43 Doll Shop
2, 43 Spring Pageant 1, 33 After School Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Library
Desk Assistant 2, 3, 43 All-Activity Letter 2, Bars 3, 43 Senior
Dramatics 43 Thespians 43 Girls' League Honor Roll 8 times.
Baker, Larry Science
Football 2, 3g Band 1, 2, 3, 4g Boys' Federation 3, 43 Traffic
Squad 2, 3g Commissioner 4, Comanche Guard 1, 2, Captain 3.
Bardsley, Eugene Samuel Math, Science
Football 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Wrestling 4, Boys' Federation
Representative, Warriors, Home Room Vice President 4.
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Barnes, Sherman Industrial Arts
News Representative 3, 45 Tamarack Representative 3, 4, Boys'
Federation 1, 2.
Barnhart, Mary Ann Home Economics
All-Activity Letter 2, Color Girls 1, Secretary-Treasurer 25 Red
Feathers 3, 4, Girls' League Honor R011 8 times, Big Cousin 1, 2,
35 Library Representative 1, 2, Girls, League Representative 1, 2,
4, Spring Pageant 35 Operetta 33 Tennis 2, 3, 4.
Q Q Q Q
Bartlett, Jayme V. Manual Arts
Library Representative 1, 2, Chorus 2.
Becker, Walter Eugene Math, Social Studies
Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Traffic Squad 33 Fire Squad 23
Ground Squad 4, Library Representative 43 News Representative
3, Dance Committee 3, A. S. C. 3, Athletic Board 4, Boys' Federa-
Q Q Q Q
Beers, Ben M. Science
Track 33 Tamarack Business Manager 4.
Benner, Irene Elaine Foreign Languages
News Representative 3, 43 Locker Monitor 3, 4, Slip Collector 1.
Q Q Q Q
Bennett, Lowry Math, Science
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 4, Traffic Squad 3, 43 Hall Guard
Commissioner 4, Senior A Class Vice President.
Biggerstaff, Jo Anne Roselyn Social Studies
Transferred from Bonners Ferry, Idaho, Gym Monitor 45
Orchestra 43 Senior Counsellor 4.
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Bivins, Colleen social Studies
Big Cousin 3, 45 Library Representative 2, Library Hostess 33
Blangers, Donna Faye Fine Arts
Candidate for Summer School Graduation.
BlinC0, Donald Math, Science
Blomgren, Russell Science, Industrial Arts
Basketball 2, 3 4' News Representative 2' Library Representa
tive 4, Red Cross, Representative 3, Boys' Federation Representa-
tive 1, 2, 3.
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BIUIIIC, Mary Delores Commercial
Central Council 3, A. S. C. 3, Red Feathers 3, 4, Color Girls 1, 2
Girls' League Representative Floor Chairman 3, Spring Pageant
Blundell, Hugh Science
Football 2, 3' Basketball 2' Baseball 3 4' Tamarack Representa
tive 4, Band 2,,3, 4, Operetta,4. y l C
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Boisen, Donald Lee Math
Football Manager 1, 2: Track 1, Boys' Federation Dept. Head 2,
3, 4, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Warriors 4: Athletic Board 4, A. S. C. 2,
3, 4, Dance Committee Chairman 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Home Room
Representative 1, 2, Home Room Secretary.
Bombino, Geraldine Mildred Home Economics
Baseball 2, Hall Monitor 4, Senior Counsellor 4.
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Bossio, Ronn Math, Science
Track 1, 2, Cross Country 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, News Staff 3, 4,
Warriors 3, 4: Ground Squad 4, Con Deputy 3, 4, Boys' Federation
Council 3, 4, Dance Committee 4.
Bossuyt, Lyle Industrial Arts
Basketball 2, Football 3.
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Bratton, Stanley Wallace Industrial Arts
Graduated in 314 years, Better North Central Committee 3,
Britton, Joanie Home Economics
Color Girls 2, Doll Shop 2, Operetta 3, Red Feathers 3, 4, Spring
Pageant 3: Art Club 3, Girls' League Representative, Co-Floor
Head 4, Central Council 4, A. S. C. 4, Con Deputy 4, Home Room
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Brown, Bob Earl Science
Football 4: Swimming, Track, Sports Representative, Warriors,
Home Room Representative 4.
Bruce, DOIIHH Home Economics
Tamarack Representative 3, Home Room Secretary 3.
Brunette, Dale R. Manual Arts
Transferred from Colorado. Golf 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Football
Bryhlll, Elise Arabella Commercial
Three Fives 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Representa-
tive 4, Senior Counsellor 4, Slip Collector 3, Girls' League Honor
Roll 3 times, Choir 2, 3, 4.
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Burnam, Ruth Home Economics, Social Studies
Transferred from Lewiston, Idaho. Latin Club 4, Locker
Monitor 4, Slip Collector 3, Library Reprensentative 3.
Burr, Bob E. Math, Science
Ground Squad 2, 3, Lieutenant 4, Doll Shop 4, Tamarack
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Burton, Glenn Edward Industrial Arts
Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Federation Treasurer 4,
Financial Secretary 4, Senior A Class Treasurer.
Butte, Beverly Eilene Home Economics
Color Girls 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4, Library
Representative 2, 4, Gym Locker Monitor 3, Slip Collector 2,
Spring Pageant 3, Girls, League Honor Roll 4 times.
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C21Il'lCI'0l'1, D011 Allen Science, Math, Social Studies
Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2, Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Fed-
eration l, 2, 3, A. S. C. l, 2, 3, Secretary 4, Athletic Board Chair-
man 4, Warriors Charter Member, News Representative 1, 2,
Dues Lieutenant l, 2, Tamarack Representative 2, 3, Red Cross
Representative 1, 2, All City Basketball 3.
Canup, Phillip Charles Math, Social Studies, Science
Football 2, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Warriors 3, 4, Boys'
Federation 4, Hall Guard 4, Library Representative, Red Cross
Representative, Home Room President.
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C2lI'lSOIl, BCatI'iCC 162111 Home Economics
Library Representative 1, News Representative 2, 4, Big Cousin
2, 3, 4, Locker Monitor 4, Nurse Monitor, After School Sports 2, 3,
War Stamp Representative 1.
Casteel, Mae Louise Home Economics
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Ceder, Dorothy june Math
Latin Club 4, P.-T. A. Representative 2, Library Representa-
tive 3, Locker Monitor 4, Girls' League Representative 2, Red
Cross Representative 2.
Cerenzia, Gladys Lucile Math
Graduated in 3V2 years, Girl Reserves 1, Girls' League Repre-
sentative 1, 2, Tennis l, 2, 3, All-Activity Letter, Big Cousin 2, 3,
Math Club 3, Treasurer 4, Red Cross Representative 2, News
Staff 3, Girls' League Honor Roll 6 times.
Chamberlain, Evva Louise Science
Doll Shop 2, Central Council 3, A. S. C. 3, Senior Counsellor 4.
Chance, Virginia Lois Home Economics
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Chichester, Mitzi Viviane Math
Central Council 4, A. S. C. 4, Math Club Vice President 4, Presi-
dent 4, Red Feathers 4, Tennis 3, 4, Roll Checker 2, Red Cross
Representative 3, News Reperesntative 4, Locker Monitor 3, Home
Room Vice President 4.
Clarke, Ann Carol Foreign Languages
Graduated in 315 Years, Color Girls 2, Girls' League Honor Roll
8 times, Doll Shop 2, 4, Operetta 2, 4, Choir 2, 3, Secretary 4,
Three Fives 2, Librarian 3, President 4, Amores Librorum 3, Vice
President 4, Spanish Club 3, Treasurer 4, French Club 4, Central
Council 4, A. S. C. 4, Library Representative 4, Con Deputy 4,
Senior A Honor Roll.
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Close, DOH E. Math, Science
Cobb, Barbara Anne Commercial
Color Girls 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Spring Pageant 3, Baseball 2, 3,
Doll Shop 4, News Representative 4, Vox Puellarum 4, Library
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COChI'3Il, Bob W. Industrial Arts
Track 3, Hall Guard 4, Doll Shop 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4.
Coffman, Gerald E. Math, Industrial Arts
Basketball 2, 3, Federation Council 4, Senior Counsellor 4, Hall
Guard 4, Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4.
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Collins, Richard William Manual Arts
Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 3, 4, Hall Guard 4, Ground
Squad 3, Athletic Board.
Conrad, Robert Pete Math, Manual Arts
Basketball 2, 3, Football 4, Boys' Federation Representative 3,
Comanche Guard 3, Ground Squad 4, Boys' Federation 4, A. S. C.
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Cook, Don L. Machine Shop
Candidate for Summer School Graduation.
Cook, Jacqueline Ann Home Economics
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Honor Roll 3 times, Con Deputy
4, Big Cousin 2, 3, Doll Shop 4, Library Monitor 3, Social Service
3, Chorus 4.
Cooper, Pearl Irene Home Economics, Math
A. S. C. 49 Central Council 49 Better North Central Committee
39 Slip Collector 19 Library Hostess 19 Red Cross Representative 29
Locker Monitor 1, 29 Commissioner 39 Conduct Board 39 Senior
Counsellor Chairman 49 Color Girls 1, 29 Red Feathers Secretary
49 Spring Pageant 1, 39 Math Club Sergeant-at-Armsg Girls'
League Monitor 49 League Honor Roll 8 times.
Corey, Barbara Commercial
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Cox, Shirley A1111 Commercial
Color Girls 29 Red Feathers 3, 49 Central Council 49 A. S. C. 49
Vox Puellarum President 49 Senior Counsellor Chairman 49
Library Monitor 39 Con Deputy 39 Girls' League Representative 39
Art Club 2, 49 Girls, League Honor Roll 6 times9 Doll Shop 49
Operetta 39 Spring Pageant 3. Big Cousin 39 Senior A Class Sec-
Cozzetto, Donna Lee Home Economics
News Representative 19 Red Cross Representative 19 Doll Shop
29 Golf 3.
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Cross, Richard Warran Science
Band 2, 3, 49 Pep Band 2, 3, 49 Orchestra 39 Boys' Federation 49
Cheerleader 3, 49 B Squad Football 39 Hall Guard 49 Home Room
Culton, Richard James Architectural Drawing
Band 2, 3, 49 Warriors 49 Hall Guard 49 Ground Squad 49 French
Club 49 Golf 3, 4.
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Daggett, DOIIIIH Jean Home Economics
Color Girls 29 Red Feathers 3, Chairman 49 Spanish Club 2, 3,
President 49 A. S. C. 49 Central Council 49 Girls' League Repre-
sentative 49 Big Cousin 2, 39 Better North Central Committee 39
Girls' League Honor Roll 5 times.
Davidson, Beatrice Jean Science
Transferred from Lewis and Clark.
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Davidson, Eleanore Lorraine Commercial
Transferred from Portland, Oregong Doll Shop 49 Hall Guard
Davidson, Leatrice Eileen Home Economics
Transferred from Lewis and Clark9 Tamarack Representative 2.
Davis, Homer Reese Manual Arts
Football 2, 3, 49 Hall Guard 49 Ground Squad 49 Federation
Representative 49 Softball 39 Retailing Club 4.
D2lViS, Marguerite 111116 Home Economics
Operetta 19 All-Activity Letter 4.
Davis, Rosie Social studies, An
Locker Monitor 13 Tamarack Representative 33 Doll Shop 43
Basketball 43 Volleyball 43 Badminton 43 Baseball 43 Roll Checker
43 Office Monitor 43 Senior Counsellor 4.
Dean, Elmer Roy Science, Math
Football lg Library Representative 33 Latin Club 33 Orchestra
1, 2, 3.
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DCHSY, P2ltl'lCla 162111 Commercial
Central Council 2, 3, 43 A. S. C. 2, 3, 43 Color Girls 23 Red
Feathers 3, 43 Roll Checker 23 League Monitor 43 Library Chair-
man 33 Doll Shop 23 Operetta 33 Spring Pageant 33 Girls' League
Honor Roll 6 timesg Badminton 2, 3.
Deeble, 10311 Marie Commercial
Color Girls 23 Red Feathers 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 33 Commercial
Club 43 Tamarack Representative 43 Spring Pageant 33 Doll Shop
43 Con Deputy 33 Con Commissioner 43 Conduct Board 43 Central
Council 43 A. S. C. 4.
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IDCFFCCSC, Anna MHC Commercial, Social Studies
Doll Shop 43 Spring Pageant 33 Red Feathers 3, 43 Vox Puel-
larum 3, 43 Tennis 3, 4.
De Mers, Jacqueline Mary Commercial
Color Girls 1, Z3 Red Feathers 3, 43 Central Council 43 A. S. C.
43 Operetta 2, 3, 4, Lead 43 Spring Pageant 33 Doll Shop 2, 43
Three Fives 3, President 43 Girls' League Quartet 3, Chairman 43
Red Cross Representative 43 Basketball 1, 23 Baseball 23 Track 13
Big Cousin 2.
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Deno, J2lCk Daniel Foreign Languages, Manual Arts
Football 2, 3, 43 Band 13 Doll Shop 23 Spanish Club 3, 43 French
Club 43 Hall Guard Lieutenant 43 Warriors 43 A. S. C. 43 Boys'
Devine, Mary Louise Math
Transferred from Cheney, Washington3 Candidate for Summer
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Dickey, DOI1na M36 Home Economics
Roll Checker3 Big Cousin 1, 23 Candidate for Summer School
Dietrich, Robert Math, Science
Track 43 Tamarack Representative 2.
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Dionne, Herb Industrial Arts
DuChene, Dorothy Clare Commercial
Song Leader 2, 33 Chairman 43 Gym Co-Head 43 Central Council
43 A. S. C. 43 Tennis 2, 3, Captain 43 After School Sports 1, 2, 3, 43
Girls, League Representative 23 Doll Shop 2, 43 Spring Pag-
eant 1, 33 Slip Collector 13 Roll Checker lg Rest Room Head 33
Gym Office Monitor 4.
Dunn, Virginia Marie Social Studies, Home Economics
Roll Checker 1, 2, Library Representative 3, Library Desk As-
sistant 4, Library Hostess 2, League Office 3.
Duryee, Barbara jean Math
Color Girls 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Doll Shop 2, Spring Pageant
3, Library Representative 2, 3, News Represenative 4, Spanish
Club 2, 4, Treasurer 3, Math Club 2, 3, Secretary 4, All-Activity
Letter 3, Girls' League Honor Roll 6 times, Senior A Honor Roll.
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Edwards, Tom Drawing, Math, Science
Math Club 2, 3, Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4, Tennis 2, 3.
Effertz, Johanna Theresa Social Studies
Library Worker 1, 2, 3, Cafeteria Worker 1, Locker Monitor
2, 4, Gym Monitor 2, Slip Collector 3, Big Cousin 2, 4, Red Cross
Representative 3, Senior Counsellor 4, Girls' League Honor Roll
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Ekman, Jeanne Marie Math, Commercial
Graduated in 3V2 years, Color Girls 2, Locker Monitor 2, Math
Club 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Spring Pageant 3, Red Feathers 3, 4,
Ellis, Vera Mae Science
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EIIlCh, Lyle Raymond Math, Science
News Sports Editor 4, Tamarack Sports Editor 4, Basketball 4,
Tennis 2, 3, 4, Convocation Commissioner 4, Federation Council
3, A. S. C. 4, News Represenative 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, Presi-
dent 4, Home Room Vice President.
Emerson, Merle Thomas Math
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Erickson, jean Elaine Social Studies
Transferred from Lewistown, Montana, Social Service 3, Girls'
League Represenative 4, Floor Co-Head 4, Central Council 4,
Senior A Honor Roll.
EI'iCkSOI1, June Foreign Languages
Transferred from Lewistown, Montana, Social Service 3, Latin
Club 3, Historian Reporter 4, News Staff Editorial Page Editor 4,
Tamarack Staff Senior Editor 4, Assistant Librarian Represenative
4, Senior A Honor Roll.
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Ericson, Marianne Math
Color Girls 1, 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Hall Guard 4, Office Monitor
2, 3, Spring Pageant 1, 3, All-Activity Letter 3, Senior Counsellor
4, Girls' League Honor Roll 6 times.
Evans, Glen Lee Math
Football 1, Baseball 2.
Evenoff, Beverly Ann Science
Transferred from Cascade Locks, Oregon3 Roll Checker 3, 4.
Fasig, Bob Math
Latin Club 3, President 43 Ground Squad 3, Commissioner 43
Operetta 3, 43 A. S. C. 43 Choir 3, 43 Tennis 3, 4.
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Ferrer, George R. Science, Math
Ground Squad 23 Spanish Club 23 Traffic Squad 3, Captain 43
Amores Librorum 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 43 Drum Major 3, 43 Softball 33
Doll Shop Lead 43 Boys' Federation Council, Department Head 43
A. S. C. 43 Home Room Representative 43 Senior A Honor Roll.
Finke, Arthur Industrial Arts
Band 1, 2, 3.
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Firor, Walt 4 Social Studies, Math
Football 43 Baseball 43 Warriors 4.
Fosgate, Ardith Mae Art
Big Cousin 2, 3, 43 Tennis 33 Senior Counsellor 43 Girls' League
Honor Roll 4 times3 Horizon Club. A
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Fought, joan Beverly Art
French Club 43 Library Worker 3, 4.
Free, Juanalie Art
A. S. C. 43 Central Council 43 Color Girls 23 Red Feathers 3,
Historian 43 Vox Puellarum 3, Secretary 43 Spring Pageant 33
Tamarack Art Editor 43 Tennis 2, 3.
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Fremstad, Norma Jean Commercial
FI'itSCh, Marion BCI'IliCC Foreign Languages, Music
Graduated in 31!2 yearsg Color Girls 23 Red Feathers 3, 43
Operetta 2, 33 Doll Shop 43 Spring Pageant 33 Library Representa-
tive 2, 33 French Club 43 Girls' League Honor Roll 2 times3 Choir
23 Orchestra 23 All-Activity Letter 4.
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Frost, Jack Science, Math
News Representative 2, 43 Boys' Federation Representative 23
Amores Librorum 3, Treasurer, Sergeant-at-Arms 43 Latin Club 3,
43 Spanish Club 43 Ground Squad 33 Traffic Squad Lieutenant 4.
Gibbons, Beverly JCHII Art, Foreign Languages
Basketball 33 Badminton 33 Art Club 3, Secretary 43 Vox Puel-
larum 3, Vice President 43 Red Feathers 33 Spring Pageant 33
Baseball 33 Big Cousin 33 Latin Club 43 Doll Shop 43 All-Activity
Letter 33 Girls' League Honor Roll 4 times.
Gilkey, Clarence Math, Science
Band 2, 3, 43 Traffic Squad 43 Ground Squad 2, 33 Boys' Federa-
tion Committee Chairman 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Boys' Federa-
tion Representative 2, 33 Senior A Honor Roll.
Good, JOSCPl'1 Arthur Industrial Arts
Track 33 Library Representative 2.
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Graham, Lila Louise Commercial
Slip Collector 23 Red Cross Representative 2, 33 Library Repre-
sentative 2, 33 Big Cousin 4. '
Griffith, Elizabeth Marie Math
Color Girls 23 Red Feathers 3, 43 Girls' League Representative
23 Library Representative 2, 33 Math Club 23 Tamarack Repre-
sentative 33 Operetta 3, 43 Latin Club 33 Three Fives 2, 33 Golf 2,
33 Big Cousin 3, 43 Roll Checker 33 Slip Collector 23 Spring Pageant
33 Dramatics 4.
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Grothe, Kenneth Walter Science
Football 2, 33 Library Representative 43 Hall Guard 4.
Guter, GCOI'geI1e May Home Economics
Red Feathers 3, 43 Operetta 2, 43 Dance Committee 43 Golf 2,
3, Captain 43 All-Activity Letter 2, Bar 43 Big Cousin 3, 43 Tama-
rack Representative 33 Red Cross Representative 43 Girls' League
Honor Roll 4 umes3 Spring Pageant 3.
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Guyer, Norma L0lliSC Home Economics
Transferred from Klamath Falls, Oregon3 Hall Guard 43 Roll
Checker 43 Locker Monitor 33 News Representative 43 Library
..Gwiazda, Margaret Yvonne Social Studies
Transferred from Boston, Mass.3 Library Assistant 33 Big Cousin
2, 33 Horizon Club 33 Girls' League Honor Roll 33 Library Repre-
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Hall, Phyllis Marie Math
Library Worker 1, 2, 3, 43 Locker Monitor 43 Advanced Drama.
Hannan, Kathleen Home Economics
Library Representative 2, 3, 43 Doll Shop 2: Big Cousin 2, 33
Locker Monitor 3.
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Hansen, Bobbe Gene Mem
Tennis 3, 43 Red Feathers 3, 43 Central Council 2, 43 A. S. C. 2,
43 Secretary of Athletic Board 43 Co-Head of Gym Dept. 43 Girls'
League Representative 2, 33 Vox Puellarum 2, 3, 43 Treasurer 43
News Representative 23 Red Cross Representative 33 Doll Shop 43
Opieretta 33 Spring Pageant 33 Home Room President 33 Basket-
Harder, Beverly Jean Marie Math
Slip Collector 23 Red Cross Representative 23 Color Girls 23 Doll
Shop 23 News Representative 33 Red Feathers 3, 43 Home Room
President 33 Spring Pageant 33 Girls' League Representative 43
Activity Shield 43 Girls' League Honor Roll 6 times3 Big
Cousin 2, 3, 4.
Harding, PatI'iCia AIIIIC Foreign Languages
Girls' League Honor Roll 8 times, Senior A Honor Roll, Slip
Collector 1, 2, Big Cousin 2, 4, Locker Monitor 3, 4, Senior Coun-
sellor 3, Tamarack Representative 3, News Staff Editorial Page
Editor 4, Co-Editor 4, Tamarack Staff 4, Quill and Scroll 4,
Junior Press Club 4.
Harlan, Shirley Marie Art
Art Club 2, Girls' League Representative 2, 4, Horizon Club 2,
3, Red Cross Representative 2, Library Representative 2, Big
Cousin 4, Senior Counsellor 4, Slip Collector 2, Girls' League
Honor Roll 4.
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Hawes, David Walter Math, Science
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, A. S. C. Treasurer 4, A. S. C. Vice President 4,
1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4.
James RiChaI'd Science
1, 2, 3, 4, Thespian 3, 4, Historian-Reporter 3, Tamarack
tive 2, News Representative 1: Forensic Club 3.
Hciser, Donald RaylTl0fld Foreign Languages
Graduated in 314 years, Band 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 1, 2, 3, Sergeant-
at-Arms 4, Spanish Club Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Federation Repre-
sentative 1, 2, 3, News Staff Associate Editor 4, Doll Shop 4,
Tamarack Staff 4.
Heminger, Etta Mae Home Economics
Girls' League Honor Roll 4 times, Tamarack Representative 2,
Color Girls 2.
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Hemphi , Robert Wayne Mann, Science
Band 1, 2, 3.
Hiller, Frances Mable Home Economics
Red Cross Representative 3, Basketball 4, Roll Checker 4,
Tamarack Representative 4, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4, Locker Monitor 4,
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Hoefner, Virginia Katherine Social Studies
Office Monitor 4, Girls' Basketball 4, Volleyball 4, Badminton 4,
Doll Shop 4.
Horch, Bernice Alvina Math
Red Feathers 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, News Staff 4, Tamarack
Staff 4, Spring Pageant 3, Doll Shop 4, Tennis 3, 4, Girls' League
Honor Roll 4 times, Senior Counsellor 4.
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Howard, Patricia Ann Home Economies
Transferred from Lewis and Clark, Senior Counsellor 4, Hall
Plllbbard, Richard Lee Music, Science, Math
Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Doll Shop Orchestra
4: Chess Club 4.
Hubbell, JHHC Louise Home Economics
Baseball 2, 45 Girls' League 2, 3, 4: Spring Pageant 35 Red Cross
Representative 4: Badminton 3, 45 Retailing Club 4: Candidate for
Summer School Graduation.
Hunt, James Harry Math
Transferred from North High, Witchita, Kansas5 Cross Country
3, 45 Track 3, 45 Boys' State 45 Doll Shop 45 Tamarack Advertising
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Hunton, John Math, Science
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Warriors 4.
Ickes, Jack R. Social Studies
News Staff 45 Federation Representative 15 News Representative
2, 45 Spanish Club 45 Library Representative 4.
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Jack, Suzanne Marilyn Art
Doll Shop 25 Candy Counter Monitor 25 Big Cousin 3, 4.
James, Kenneth Science
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JalTliSOI1, Marjorie L0lliSC Home Economics
Girls' League Representative 25 Big Cousing Red Cross Repre-
Jensen, Carl Ralph Math, Manual Arts
A. S. C. 45 Boys, Federation 45 Athletic Board 45 Home Room
President 35 Football Manager 3, 45 Warriors 45 Ground Squad 45
Home Room Vice President 4.
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J0hI1S0n, BOI1rliC Home Economics
Color Girls 25 Doll Shop 25 Home Room President 45 Slip Col-
lector 25 Rest Monitor 25 Nurses' Aide 35 Con Deputy 4.
Johnson, Darlene Avone Social Studies
Girlsl League Representative 25 All-Activity Letter 4.
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Johnson, J. Derald Mem, Social Studies
Basketball 15 Baseball Manager 25 Warriors 3, 45 Tamarack
Representative 15 R.ed Cross Representative 25 Home Room Presi-
Johnson, Elaine Commercial
Big Cousin 1, 2, 3, 4: Girls' League Honor Roll 3 timesg Gym
Office 15 Library Hostess 3, 45 Library Monitor.
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J0hI1S011, Maylis Home Economics
Transferred from Hillsboro, Oregon.
JOIICS, William H. Social Studies
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Band Business Manager 3, 43 Pep Band 3, 43
Traffic Squad 43 Boys Federation Department Head 43 Debate 43
Orchestra 3, 43 Operetta Orchestra 3, 43 Doll Shop Orchestra 2, 4.
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Kamm, Roberta lway Science, Foreign Languages
Vox Puellarum 3, 43 French Club 4, President 43 Central Council
43 A. S. C. 43 News Representative 3, 43 Doll Shop 43 Red Feathers
43 Gym Monitor 43 Big Cousin 2, 3, 43 Girls' League Honor Roll
Keen, Robert Manual Arts
Frosh Football 13 Basketball 1, 2, 33 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Dance
Committee 43 Boys' Federation Dues Lieutenant 43 A. S. C. 43 New
Boys' Stag Committee Head.
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Kelly, Palflda Lou Social Studies
Graduated in 3 years3 Orchestra 1, 2, 33 Operetta Orchestra 1,
2, 33 Doll Shop Orchestra 13 Gym Locker Monitor 3.
Kincaid, Marguerite Social Studies
Latin Club 3, 43 Big Cousin 3, 43 Doll Shop 43 Chorus 43 Library
Monitor 33 Social Service 33 Volleyball 43 Hall Guard 4.
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Kiniry, Odetta Commercial
Big Cousin 23 Badminton 13 Volleyball 13 Track 23 Art Club 23
Gym Monitor 13 Baseball 1, 23 Basketball 1, 2.
Kite, Arthur Warren Science
Track Manager 33 Cross Country Manager 33 Tamarack Repre-
sentative 23 Candidate for Summer School Graduation.
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Klavano, Don Math, social studies
Transferred from Gonzaga3 Football 2, 33 Basketball 2.
Kleml, Ruby Jean Home Economics
Library Representative 2, 43 Big Cousin 2, 3, 43 Locker Monitor
43 Hall Guard 43 Gym Monitor 43 After School Sports 2, 33 Roll
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Track 2, 3, 4.
Knapp, Dorothy Ann Commercial
Junior Red Cross, President 3, 43 A. S. C. 3, 43 Central Council
3, 43 Red Feathers 43 Red Cross Representative3 Library Workerg
Locker Monitor3 Cafeteria Monitor3 Doll Shop 43 Spanish Club 33
Vox Puellarum 4.
K0e11ig, William Frank Manual Arts
Band 1, 2, Intramural Basketball.
Koenig, Viola Marie Commercial
Red Feathers 3, 4, Color Girls 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Spring
Pageant 2, 4, Doll Shop 3, Big Cousin 2, 3.
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Kramer, Joan Foreign Languages
Transferred from Azusa, California. Spanish Club 3, 4, News
Staff 4, Tamarack Staff 4, Senior Editor 4, Tamarack Representa-
Kriegler, Vera Patricia Foreign Languages
Transferred from Seattle, Washington.
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Kuelll, Robert A. Industrial Arts
Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 3, Stage Crew 3, Warriors 4, Fifth
Executive 4, Sports For All Representative 4, Hall Guard 4.
LaFOI1taiIle, Darlene FraIlCeS Home Economics
Transferred from Central Valley.
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Lambdin, George Arthur Math, Science
Band 1, 2, 3, X4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4, Doll Shop Orchestra 2, 4,
Sax Sextet, News Representative 4.
Lambert, Elllabeth Jean Home Economics
Color Girls 2, Red Cross Representative 2, Library Representa-
tive 3, 4, Math Club 2, 3, Track 2, ,Baseball 3, Gym Monitor 3, 4,
Red Feathers 3, 4, Doll Shop 4, Spring Pageant 3, Big 'Cousin 2,
3, 4, Girls' League Honor Roll 8 times.
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Lancaster, Robert Gregory Science, Math
Band 2, 3, 4, A. S. C. 4, Federation Council 4, Ground Squad
3, Traffic Squad 4, Commissioner 4, Conduct Board 4.
Laughbon, Marilyn Jane Art
Color Girls 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Art Club 2, 4, Vox Puellarum
4, Historian-Reporter 4, Three Fives 3, 4, Choir 3, 4, Operetta 3,
Operetta Orchestra 2, 4, Doll Shop Orchestra 2, Spring Pageant 3,
Central Council 4, A. S. C. 4, Totem ln Chairman 4, Tamarack
Art Editor 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Honor Roll 9 times,
Senior A Honor Roll, Library Monitor.
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Lee, Science, Math
Tennis 2, 3, 4, Federation Council 3, 4, Warriors 4, Warri
Basketball 4, Athletic Board 4, Doll Shop 2, Home Room Vice
President 3, President 4, Basketball 2, Red Cross Representative 2,
Traffic Squad 3, 4, Ground Squad 2.
Lee, J0l1I1 Science
Tennis 2, 3, 4, Warriors 4, Warriors Basketball 4, Basketball 2,
Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Doll Shop 2, Boys' Federation Representa-
tive 2, 3, Ground Squad 2, Lieutenant 3, Captain 4.
Lee, Robert Math, Manual Arts
Lehfeldt, Mardiele Commercial
Horizon Club 23 Girl Reserves, Big Cousin 33 Spring Pageant 3g
Basketball Captain 43 Volleyball 43 Senior Counsellor 43 Doll
Shop 43 All-Activity Letter 4.
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Lewis, DOI1 Science, Math
Ground Squad 33 News 3, 43 Business Manager 43 Associate
Editor 43 Quill and Scroll 43 Junior Press Club 43 Basketball 1, 2,
3, 43 Senior A Honor Roll3 Spanish Club 2.
Loomis, Joyce Lorraine Home Economics
Big Cousin 3.
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Loski, Allen Social Studies
Hall Guard 43 Doll Shop 43 Library Representative 4.
Lotze, Keith Allen Math., Science
Footba , 43 Red Cross Representative 3.
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Lovejoy, JOHIIHC K2ithlCCIl Home Economics
Color Girls 23 Red Feathers 3, 43 Vox Puellarum 43 Art Club 43
Basketball 2, 33 Baseball 23 Doll Shop 2, 43 Spring Pageant 33
Girls' League Representative 2, 33 Red Cross Representative 2.
Lowell, Joanne Lavonne Commercial
Color Girls 23 Red Feathers 3, 43 Spring Pageant 33 Doll
Shop 2, 43 Big Cousin 3, 4g Commercial Club 43 Girls' League
Honor Roll 5 times, Senior A Honor Roll.
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Lundberg, John Joseph Industrial Arts
Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Football 1, 33 Library Representative 43 Boys'
Federation Representative 23 News Representative 13 Red Cross
Representative 23 Boys' Federation Committee Chairman,
Comanche Guard 2.
Lundy, H3f0ld Science
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McCormick, Betty Jean Commercial
Color Girls 23 Red Feathers 3, 43 Commercial Club 43 Doll
Shop 2, 43 Spring Pageant 33 Big Cousin 2, 43 Slip Collector 13
Library Representative lg Red Cross Representative 23 Girls'
League Honor Roll 6 times.
McDonald, Marjorie Ruth Social Studies
Color Girls 23 Big Cousin 43 Volleyball 23 Dramatics 2.
McFarland, Cole Edwin Math
Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 4, All-City 35 War-
riors 3, 45 Boys' Federation 35 Traffic Squad 3, 45 Home Room
McGee, Roger Science
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McGee, Shirley Joyce Science
Central Council 35 A. S. C. 35 Red Feathers 3, 45 Color Girls 1, 25
Latin Club 3, 45 News Staff 3, 45 Tamarack Staff 45 Spring Pageant
1, 35 Operetta 35 Doll Shop 45 League Representative 1, 25 Golf 3, 45
Girls' League- Honor Roll.
McNelis, David Donald Math, Foreign Languages
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Mann, Mary Elilabtlh Bookkeeping
Central Council 45 A. S. C. 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 45
Volleyball 1, 2, 45 Red Feathers 3, 45 Color Girls 1, 25 Honor Roll
7 timesg Doll Shop 2, 45 Doll Shop Dance Co-Chairman 45 Operetta
1, 2, 3, 45 Spring Pageant 1, 35 Senior Counsellor 45 Library Monitor
1, 25 Library Representative 15 Big Cousin 25 All-Activity Letter,
Mann, Mary Ellen Bookkeeping V
Central Council 45 A. S. C. 45 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Volleyball 1, 2,
45 Badminton 15 Track 1, 2, 45 Basketball 1, 2, 25 Red Feathers 3, 45
Color Girls 1, 25 Girls' League Honor Roll 7 times5 Doll Shop 2, 45
Co-Chairman Doll Shop Dances 4: Operetta 1, 2, 3, 45 Spring
Pageant 1, 35 Senior Counsellor 45 Library Monitor 1, 25 Big Cousin
25 Library Representative 15 All-Activity Letter, 3 Bars.
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Marlow, Rachel Fern Commercial
Big Cousin 2, 3, 45 Library Representative 25 News Representa-
tive 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Softball 3: Slip Collector 45 Locker
Monitor 45 Home Room Treasurer 4.
Martin, ChaI'l0ttC Marie Home Economics
A. S. C. 45 Central Council 45 Library Chairman 45 Library
Monitor 1, 2, 35 Red Feathers 2, 45 Spring Pageant 35 Assistant
Library Representative 35 Home Room President 45 Doll Shop 2, 4.
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Matthews, Maxine Elaine Home Economics
Library Representative 2, 45 News Representative 35 Thespians 3,
Secretary 45 Vox Puellarum 35 Senior Playsg Girls' League Honor
Mewes, Marjorie Ann Home Economics
Girls' League Representative 15 Red Cross Representative 15
Desk Monitor 15 A. S. C. 25 Central Council 25 Golf 3.
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Meyers, Delbert Norman Social Studies
Miller, Wayne D. Science
Mills, George E. social studies
Transferred from Gonzaga3 Art Club 23 Track 4.
Moe, Dorothy Jean Social Studies, Home Economics
Girls' League President 43 A. S. C. 43 Central Council 43 Red
Feathers 3, 43 Color Girls 1, 23 Hall Guard Commissioner 43 Con-
duct Board 43 Doll Shop 2, 43 Spring Pageant 1, 33 Office Messenger
2, 33 School Service Head 43 Girls' League Honor Roll 8 times.
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Molyneux, Ann -Iacquelyn Social Studies
News Staff, Managing Editor 3, Tamarack Staff 43 Junior Press
Club 33 Quill and Scroll 33 Vox Puellarum 3, 43 Red Feathers 33
Operetta and Doll Shop 2, 33 Red Cross Representative 33 Locker
Monitor 33 Tamarack Representative3 Big Cousin 2, 3, 43 Golf 43
Operetta Prompter 2.
Morgan, Leona Mae Commercial
Red Cross Representative 43' Library Representative 23 Big
Cousin 3, 4.
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Morris, Eld0I1 Industrial Arts
Musser, Barbara Pauline Commercial
Central Council3 Library Hostess3 Library Monitor3 Badminton3
Girls' League Honor Roll 3 times.
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Nelson, Kenneth Alden Math, Science
Track 2, 3, 43 Cross-Country 2, 33 Captain 43 All-City 33 Grounds
Squad 2, 3, Commissioner 43 Conduct Board President 43 Athletic
Board 43 Spanish Club 2, President 3, 43 Amores Librorum 3,
President 43 Warriors 2, 3, 43 Federation 43 Senior A President.
Nelson, Mary Kay .Science
Transferred from Philadelphia, Mississippi.
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Norman, Harold Max Music
Band 2, 3, 43 Choir 43 Operetta 4.
018611, Mae LOUISE Math, Science
Color Girls 23 Red Feathers 3, 43 Central Council 23 Athletic
Board 43 Golf 3, 43 Tennis 3, 43 Doll Shop 2, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 43
Spring Pageant 33 Quill and Scroll 3, 43 Girls' Sports Editor 33
Tamarack Staff 43 Home Room Secretary 43 News 3, 43 Girls'
League Honor Roll 6 times3 Con Deputy 33 Senior Counsellor 4.
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Osterback, Darrel Shop
Osterback, Dolores Mae Science
Basketball 23 Tennis 2, 33 Operetta 33 Library Monitor 33 Three-
Fives 33 All-Activity Letter 33 Red Cross Representative 3.
Pabst, Kenneth Eugene Manual Arts
Transferred from Aberdeen, South Dakota. lntra-mural
Paggett, Dolores Louise Art
Graduated in 352 years. Color Girls 25 Red Feathers 3, 45
Operetta 3, 45 Doll Shop 45 Spring Pageant 35 Girls' League Repre-
sentative 2, Floor Chairman 35 Art Club 2, 35 Treasurer 45 Math
Club 2, 3, 45 Locker Monitor 25 News Representative 45 Tamarack
Senior Editor 45 News Staff 45 League Reporter 45 A. S. C. 3, 45
Senior A Honor Roll5 Girls' League Honor Roll 5 times5 All-
Activity Letter 45 Big Cousin 25 Con Deputy 45 Tamarack Ad
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Palmer, Ardis Jean Science
Central Council 1, 2, 3, 45 A. S. C. 1, 2, 3, 45 Red Feathers 3, 45
Color Girls 1, 25 Girls' League Honor Roll 8 times5 League Repre-
sentative 2, 35 Latin Club 1, 25 Horizon Club 15 Big Cousin 25 All-
Activity Letter 3.
Pandelis, Joanne Maudene Commercial
Library Worker 1, 45 Red Cross Representative 15 Color Girls 25
Doll Shop 2, 45 Spring Pageant 35 Library Representative 35 Girls'
League Honor Roll 8 times5 Senior A Honor Roll.
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Pandelis, John Aleck jr. Industrial Arts, Social sfaaies
Band 1, 2, 35 Fire Squad 35 Junior Band Librarian 45 Sergeant-
at-Arms 45 Doll Shop 4.
Pearson, Harold Industrial Arts
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Pease, DOl01'a Jeanne Commercial ,
Library Desk Assistant 15 Office Messenger 15 Color Girls 2: Roll
Checker 25 Softball 25 Slip Collector 35 Girls' League Honor Roll 3
times5 Spanish Club 2, 35 Doll Shop 25 Home Room Secretary and
Treasurer 45 Basketball 45 Gym lVIonitor 4.
PClI'CC, Donald William Math, Science
Traffic Squad 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3.
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Perko, Thomas Louis Science
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 25 Warriors 2, 3, 45 A. S. C. 35
Secretary 45 President 45 Federation 3, 4.
Peters, Lewis S. Science
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Peterson, Bernadine Bookkeeping
Senior Counsellor 45 Roll Checker 2, 3, 45 Big Cousin 2, 3, 45
Library Representative 25 Girls' League Representative 15 Slip
Phillips, Barbara Jean Art, Foreign Languages
Doll Shop 25 Slip Collector 25 Girls' League Representative 25
Roll Checker 2' Color Girls 2' News Re resentative 3' Art Club 35
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Corresponding Secretary 45 Gym Monitor 35 Big Cousin 3, 45 Girls'
League Honor Roll 2 times5 Tennis 3, 45 Office Messenger 4.
Philips, Joe Math
Football 2, 3, 4.
Pl1llipS, S116 JCEIIICKIC Home Economics
Girls' League Treasurer 4, Color Girls 2, Chairman 2, A. S. C.
2, 45 Central Council 2, 4g Commercial Club 3, President 4, Operetta
3, 43 Red Feathers 3, 4, Doll Shop 2, 4, Spring Pageant 3, Girls'
League Honor Roll 9 times, All-Activity Letter 2, Bars 3, 45 Big
Cousin 2, 3, Con Deputy 3, Office Monitor 2g News Representative,
Rest Room Monitor 3 5 Red Cross Representative 3, Senior Counsel-
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Pierce, Mary Olive Commercial
Big Cousin 1, 2, 3, 4g Operetta 2, 3, 4, Doll Shop 25 Student
Director 4, Spring Pageant 35 All-Activity Letter 35 Commercial
Club 3, 45 Three-Fives 1, 2, 3, 4g Secretary 3g Amores Librorum
3, 4g Red Feathers 3, 4, Color Girls 1, 2, A. S. C. 1, 4, Central
Council 1, 4, Secretary 45 Girls' League Secretary 4g Girls' League
Representative 1, 2, News Representative 2, 3, Red Cross Repre-
sentative 35 Tamarack Representative lg Volleyball lg Prom Corn-
Porter, Robert Wesley Art
Graduated in 315 years, Boys' Federation Representative 1, 2,
Art Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 45 News Staff 3, 4g Doll Shop 4.
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Potesky, James Joseph Printing
Boys' Federation Representative 23 News Representative 2.
PI'lCC, Bob Edward Commercial
Spanish Club 4.
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PI'lCC, Christine Social Studies
Transferred from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Raeder, DOIlald Industrial Arts, Social Studies
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Reichert, Donald Walter Music
Boys' Federation 4, Track 3, 43 Tennis 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45
Choir 3, 4, Boys' Chorus 4, Debate 3, Operetta 4, Toastmasters 1,
2, 3, 43 Fire Squad 2.
Remington, R011 Social Studies
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Replogle, Harold Jay Math
Spanish Club 4.
Riley, LaV0nI1C Home Economics
Big Cousin 2, 3, Slip Collector 3, 4, Gym Monitor 2, 3.
Ring, Mary Alice Home Economics
Girls' Leauge Representative 2, 33 Library Representative 23
Red Cross Representative 23 News Representative 23 Volleyball 2, 33
Girls' Chorus Z3 Doll Shop 2, 43 Big Cousin 2, 33 Badminton 2, 33
Basketball 2, 3: Spring Music Festival 23 Softball 2, 33 Central
Council 33 A. S. C. 33 Vox Puellarum 3, 43 Library Monitor 3, 43
Red Feathers 3, 43 Spring Pageant 33 All-Activity Letter 33 Slip
Robbins, Jacqueline Alice Art, Commercial
Horizon Club 23 Girl Reserves 13 Senior Counsellor 43 Doll
Shop 43 Library Representative 43 Volleyball 43 Big Cousin 2, 33
All-Activity Letter 4.
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Robinson, Janet Claire Foreign Languages
Color Girls 23 Red Feathers 3, 43 A. S. C. 43 Central Council 43
Three Fives 3, 43 Secretary 43 Choir 2, 3, 43 Latin Club 23 Operetta
2, 3, 4, Lead 33 Girls' League 13 Red Cross 23 Big Cousin 2, 3, 43
Spring Pageant 33 Senior Honor Roll3 Girls' League Honor Roll 8
times3 Library Worker 1, 23 Thespian 43 All-Activity Letter 4.
Ross, D011 Industrial Arts
Doll Shop 43 Traffic Squad 33 Ground Squad 2.
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Ross, Norman Roger Math
Rowell, Eileen Marie Math
Orchestra 3, 43 Music Librarian 3, 4.
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Rowse, William Industrial Arts
Home Room Representative 13 Fire Squad 13 News Repre-
sentative 23 Stage Crew 4.
Ruby Patricia Ann Commercial
Red Feathers 33 Figure Skating 1, 2 ,3, 43 League Representative
33 Red Cross Representative 1, 23 News Representative 23 Locker
Monitor 2, 3, 43 Con Deputy 33 Doll Shop 23 Spring Pageant 1, 2, 33
Library Monitor 13 Home Room President 43 Tennis Team 43 A11-
Activity Letter 2, 3.
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Rupp, Jacqueline Jean Foreign Languages
Slip Collector 23 Horizon Club 2, 33 Badminton 23 Library Repre-
sentative 23 Cafe Monitor 23 Girls' League Honor Roll 23 French
Club 43 Girls' League Representative 1, 23 Senior Honor Roll.
Rlllt, Kathryn Mae Home Economics
Library Representative 23 Red Cross 23 Home Economics Club 3,
43 Candy Counter 4.
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Sargent, Dolores Ruby Home Economics, Retailing
Sather, Hazel Dolores Home Economics
Color Girls 23 Big Cousin 3, 43 Doll Shop 2, 43 Spring Pageant 33
Operetta 43 Slip Collector 43 Home Room President 33 News
Schaffer, Calvin L. Manual Arts
News Representative 3, Tamarack Representative 4, Boys' Fed-
eration Representative 4, Locker Monitor 3.
Scheiderman, Gertrude Alvina Home Economics
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Schoenburg, Lucille Clara Math, Languages
Latin Club 3, 4, French Club 4, Girls' League Honor Roll 2 times.
882116, Grace Lillian Commercial
Tennis 1, Girls' League Representative 1, Hall Guard 4, Home
Room Treasurer 3, Girls' League Committee 2, 3.
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Seidel, jack Neal Math, Social sraales
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4: Basketball 2, 3, Track 1, 2, 3,
Con 'Deputy 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Warriors 3, 4.
Sells, Annabell Lee Foreign Languages
Horizon Club 1, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, Big Cousin 3, Operetta 4,
D011 Snop 4.
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Sewitsky, Helen Catherine Commercial
Transferred from Blakely, Pennsylvania, Girls' League Repre-
1, Shirley Rae Commercial
Cross Representative 2, Locker Monitor 3, 4, Big Cousin 3, 4,
Lib ry Worker 4, Library Representative 4.
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Sl1CI'I'iffS, Mildred Helen Home Economics
Girls' League Honor Roll 8 times, Big Cousin 2, 3, Color Girls 2,
Roll Checker 2, Golf 2, News Representative 3, Red Cross Repre-
sentative 4, Sup Collector 3, Spanish Club 2, Senior Counsellor 4,
Library Representative 3, 4, Locker Monitor 4.
Short, Millard Donald Math
Transferred from Dallas, Texas, Band 4.
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Simpson, Greta Collene Commercial
Tamarack Representative 4, Big Cousin 2, 3, Locker Monitor 4,
Library Representative 1, Library Worker 1, 2, Commercial Club.
Skinner, Marian Doris Commercial
Transferred from Rogers, Vos Puellarum 3, 4, Commercial
Club 4, Vice President, Spring Pageant 3, Doll Shop 4, Big
Cousin L, Girls' League Representative 3, 4, A. S. C. 4, Central
Smith, Betty JOAIIII Home Economics
Red Cross Representative, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Color Girls 1, 2,
Red Feathers 3, 4, All-Activity Letter, Bar, Library Worker 1, 2,
Office Worker 3, 4, Doll Shop 2, 4, Operetta 1, Spring Pageant 3.
Smith, Carrie Isabelle Home Economics
Tamarack Representative 1, 2.
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Smith, Wally Math
Band 1, 2, 3, Boys' Federation Representative 2, Track 2, Red
Cross Representative 2.
Smothers, Jeanne Faye Art
Big Cousin 3, 4, Basketball 3, Volleyball 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4, Art
Club 4, Vox Puellarum 4.
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Spelgatti, William Science, Manual Arts
Football 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, Head of Comanche Guards.
Sperry, Carolyn Art
Color Girls, Vice Chairman 2, Roll Checker 2, 3, Doll Shop 2, 4,
Spring Pageart -3, Big Cousin 3, Volleyball 3, Vox Puellarum 3, 4,
Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Art Club 3, 4, Central Council 4, A. S. C. 4,
Girls' League Vice President 4, Red Feathers 3, 4, Girls' League
Honor Roll 6 times, All-Activity Letter 4, Red Cross Representa-
tive 4, Softball 2, 3, 4, Senior Counsellor 4, Doll Shop 2, 4.
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Springer, Delia Commercial
,Color Girls 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Art Club 2, Gym Monitor 3,
Doll Shop 4, Operetta 4, Spring Pageant 3, Girls' League Honor
Roll 6 times, All-Activity Letter 3, Senior A Honor Roll, Con
Deputy 4, Locker Monitor 3, Red Cross Representative 2.
Stewart, Roderick Math
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Federation Treasurer,
Hall Guard Captain 4, Archy Buckley Inspirational Award 4,
Eckert Award 3, Warriors, Vice President 2.
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Stickel, Kenneth A. social studies
Boys' Federation Representative 1, 2, Football 1, 2, 4, Basketball
1, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Warriors 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, Stage Crew 4.
St. lwarie, JOl'lI1 Industrial Arts, Drawing
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St0dd21I'd, Dave L. Math, Drawing
Red Cross Representative, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, Basketball
1, Baseball 1, 2, Hi-Y 2, Secretary 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4, Boys'
Federation Representative 4, Band 1, 2, Hall Guard 4, Fire Squad
3, Comanche Guard 3.
Stohs, Edward Math
Football 1, 2, 3, Track 1, 2, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Representa-
tive 2, Boys' Federation Representative 2, Tamarack 3, Home
Room Sergeant-at-Arms 3.
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Storlie, Jean Marie Math, Music
A. S. C. Treasurer 43 Red Feathers 3, 43 Color Girls 23 Amores
Librorum 2, 3, Secretary 4, President 43 Vox Puellarum 3, 43
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Concert Mistress 1, 2, 3, 43 President 43
Operetta Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Doll Shop 2, 43 Spring Pageant 33
Central Council 43 Girls' League Representative 2, Floor Chair-
man 43 Red Cross Representative 23 War Stamps Monitor 23
Library Monitor 23 Library Representative 13 Girls' League Honor
Roll 7 times3 Baseball 13 Big Cousin 2, 3, 4.
Slldl'10ff, Arden Commercial
A. S. C. President 43 Central Council 43 Commercial Club Treas-
urer 43 Operetta 3, 43 Doll Shop 4: Spring Pageant 33 Girls' League
Honor Roll 9 timesg Rest Room Monitor 33 Color Girls 23 Red
lfeathers 3, 43 All-Activity Letter 33 Big Cousin 2, 33 Office
Monitor 43 Totem In Co-Head 43 Senior A Honor Roll.
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Swain, Charles Lee Foreign Languages
Spanish Club 3, 43 French Club 43 Debate Club 3, 43 Band 2, 3, 4.
Swedberg, George Francis Manual Arts, Science
Traffic Squad 43 Ground Squad 3, 43 Pep Band 3, 43 Band l, 2
3, 43 Orchestra 43 Brass Quartet 3, 43 Doll Shop Orchestra 4. ,
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Tesch, Wally Industrial Arts, Social Studies
Football 1, 2, 43 Basketball 23 Baseball 2, 33 Track l, 2, 3, 43
Warriors 2, 3, 43 News Representative 4.
Tibbitts, Jo Ann Home Economics
Color Girls 23 Tennis 3, 43 Girls' League Representative 33 Base-
ball 2, 3, 43 News Representative 23 Roll Checker 2, 4.
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Till, Lois Jean Foreign Languages
Spring Pageant 1, Badminton 23 Doll Shop 23 Library Worker 2,
3, 43 Operetta 4.
Timboe, Elaine Commercial
Slip Collector 2, 43 Senior Counsellor 4.
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Tollefsen, Margaret Jean Social Studies
Senior Counsellor 43 Roll Checker 43 Big Cousin 3, 43
Trlplett, Irene T. Commercial
Library Worker 1, 2, 3, 43 Big Cousin l, 23 Commercial Club 33
Library Representative 2.
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Tucker, Dean B. Music, Manual Arts
Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 43 Operetta 3, 43 Doll Shop 4.
Unger, Mary L0lllSe Commercial
Red Feathers 43 A. S. C. 23 Central Council 23 Sergeant-at-Arms
23 Girls' League Representative 2, 33 Operetta 2, 3, 43 Doll
Shop 2, 43 Orchestra 2, 33 Choir 33 Three-Fives 3, 43 Commercial
Club 3, 43 Con Deputy 3, Captain 43 Spring Pageant 33 All-Activity
Letter 43 Big Cousin 33 Tamarack Representative 2, 4.
Van Dorn, Alice Home Economics
Van Gelder, jack Printing
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Vehrs, Beverly JoAnn Social scnaics, Art
Badminton 3g Tennis 3, Track 3.
Verge, Gerald Wayne Math
Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 3, Basketball 2, Warriors 3, Treasurer,
Secretary 4, Boys' Federation Representative 3g Federation
Clerk 4, A. S. C. 4, Hall Guard 4, Home Room Vice President 4,
Con Deputy 4.
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Vill, Vivian V. Social Studies
Girls' League Representative 2, Red Cross Representative 3,
Doll Shop 2.
Wallingford, Paul Gordon Math
Sports Representative 3, 4.
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Wall, Betty Evangaline Home Economics
Library Representative 3, 4, Locker Monitor 4, Hall Guard 4.
Warren, Leonard Math
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YV atkins, Ernie W. Science
Band 1, 2.
Watkins, James Lee Science
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WVeis, Lawrence Wayne Math
Football 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 4,
Warriors 2, Sergeant-at-Arms 3, President 45 Boys' Federation 3,
President 4, A. S. C. 3, 4, Athletic Board 4, Home Room Presi-
dent 3, Sergeant-at-Arms 4.
l'VClCll, Jack Lewis Science
P Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, 4, Football lg Baseball 3.
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Whipple, R0bCI't E. Mechanical Arts
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Track l, 2,
3, 4, Warriors 3, 4, Secretary 4, Treasurer 4, Con Deputy 3, 4,
Home Room Representative 2, 3, Home Room President, Boys'
White, Ca1'0liI1C Olive Ho-me Economics
Senior Counsellor, Red Cross Representative, Big Cousin, Girls'
League Representative 2, 3, Slip Collector, Home Economics Club.
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Wieder, Lucile Marie Foreign Languages
Roll Checker 2, 3, Hall Guard 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, French
Club Treasurer 4, Big Cousin 3, Doll Shop 4.
YVilliams, Mayme L0l1lS6 Social Studies
Transferred from Saint Maries, Idaho.
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Williams, Patricia Art
Library Representative 4, Girls' League Honor Roll 4, Spring
Sports l, 3, 4, Horizon Club 1.
l'ViI1klCI'Ilal'1, Betty JHHC Home Economics, Commercial
Roll Checker 4, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4, Spring Pageant 1.
YV ood, Dale Bruce Social Studies
Football 2, Home Room Vice President 2, 3.
W00dI'llff, Bill Science
Football 2, 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4, Red Cross 2, 3.
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Worley, james L. Moth
Federation Representative 1, Track Manager 2, Band 1 ,2, 3,
4, Doll Shop Orchestra 2, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, Leader 4.
Yeager, Wal r S i ce
Spanish Cl 4,XD op ews Representative 2, 3, Boys'
Federation r t iv ' arack Representative 3, Locker
Monitor 2, B s eder i Committee Chairman 4, Radio Club
4, Debate Club .
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Youell, H. Robert Industrial Arts
Boys' Federation Representative 3, 4, Boys' Federation Vice
President 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, President 4, Red Cross Representative 2,
Zupan, William George Printing
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Charles Christian Brandt Ula Rae Duckett John McCormack Reed
Mfilliam Brophy Donald C. Holt Gerald Stephenson
Ernest Joseph Defenbach W'illiard I. Mclnnis Kenneth Trent
Jack Ray Denny lVilma Pond Paulina Ruth Williams
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Front row, left to right: Connie Mackey, Barbara Fyfe, Donna Stephan, Jackie Belshaw, Lois
Hagen, Rae Marie Roblc, Eleanor Anderson, Betty Carey-second row: Bus Powell, Tom Brown, Bob
Firor, Ken Nelson, Bob Dwinell, Ken Lovejoy, Donald Edmonds, Joel Deuter, Harold Pearson-second
row: Don Hawker, Dick Kuelpman, Wilma Pond, Betty Littell, Joyce Essick, Joanne Bolden, Jim
Wood, Wayne Miller,
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Front row, left to right: Shirley Pearson, Donna Leiter, Donna Bill, Carol Frost, Marilyn Reynolds,
Joanna Bailey, Pat LaRue, Barbara Fish-second row: Pat Riley, Louise Cannata, Jeanie Stinson, Shirley
Kooken, LaVone Brown, Lorraine McKe1vey, Maxine Lee, Lorraine Hall, Beverly Cisna-third row:
Ralph Montroy, Alyce Schaffer, Louise Johnson, Shirley Zieman, Colleen Carey, Shirley Geschwinder,
Kathleen Zupan, Ward Shepard-fourth row: Barry Brewer, Vincent Piccolo, Don Gothberg, Fred
Martin, Ronn Bossio, Morrie Wilhite, Fred Anderson.
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Front row, left to right: Margery Nobles, Frances Kirkendall, Annabelle Olson, Barbara Fracc,
Edythe Rasmussen, Helen Chandler, Dolores Murray, Virginia Evans, Dona Tokarzvsecond row:
Marian Fritsch, Betty Kelberg, Mildred Titus, Barbara Crosby, Marilyn McCarty, Pat Prague, Rosemary
Schneider, Henryetta Koleff, Grace Clark-third row: Lou Endsley, Gary Sanders, Jack Spratt, Harford
Hanson, John St. Marie, Kenneth Oxrieder, Ken Perry, Ken Lovejoy, Herb Ruth.
Front row, left to right: Alan Tronsen, Ken Stickel, Jerry Stephenson, Jack Lyons, Chuck Carman,
Walt Baker, Don Beck, Bob Cameron-second row: Chuck McQuarrie, Jim Cushner, Lee Hooper, Ken
Lovejoy, Martin Burns, Jack Denny, Harold Young, Donald Hahn-third row: Walt Lower, Frank
Brolzman, Don Squires, Roger Smith, Bill Wilkinson, Wally Bratton, Pat Sheehan, Harold Cross,
Front row, left to right: Joanie Milam, Darlene Bowers, Leslie Collins, Rich Munroe, Gene Lister,
Bob Rosenbom, Don Osborn, Verna Domstad, Barbara Harvey-second row: Virginia Larson, Jeanne
Harness, Rosalie McCoury, Louise Espe, Marlene Murray, Marilyn Coon, Bonnie Marshall, Connie
Roberts, Lorraine Eilders, Donna Jean Bellomy-third row: Barbara Stevenson, Donna Bjornton, Eunice
Lind, Marcella Meilke, Loretta Sebring, Beverly Schutz, Marilyn Colony, Betty Jean MacGregor, Nancy
Dixon--fourth row: Herbie Schmidt, Joe Simpson, Tracy Walters, Jack Weathers, Arnold Swanbeck,
Lloyd Snider, Melvin Paddock, Jim Meagly, Don Daniels, Dick Harder.
Front row, left to right: Gene Wingard, Gilbert Clark, Jay Bly, Andy Wood, Bernard Vandry,
Bob Ytreeide, Erwin Richardson, Murlin Varner-second row: Bud Somers, Merlyn Anderberg, Joan
Samuels, Norma Tefft, Peggy Thorpe, Donna Slevin, Hazel Dean, Frances Rummer, Raymond King,
Dennis Cantrell-third row: Dolores Scollard, Doris Nelson, Dorothy Mele, Marilyn Shields, Eleanor
Werner, Gerry Proper, Dorothy Haight, Sally Vinther, Flora Taber, Donna Mae Thompson-fourth row:
Lonita Seimer, Betty MacKay, Virginia Hallaris, Lorna Onstine, Beverly Wilson, Joanne Stromme,
Leona Edgerton, Faye Coomes.
Front row, left to right: Nadene Cross, Nadene Guyer, Frank Thompson, John White, Wally
Freeman, Jack Callen, Don Coleman, Valaine Stimson, Shirley Lang-second row: Glenn Busse,
Dick LaFore, Frances Divine, Phyllis Lane, Marilyn Daugherty, Beverly Hudson, Theresa McNabb,
Shirley Wegner, Phil Hagen, Bill Krauss-third row: Harold Meili, Carl Jones, Bob Clossin, Robert
Towell, Fred Goodfellow, Gordon Fanning, Bill Sanders, Lawrence Bigleman, Clare Hart, Elwood
Heinekin-fourth row: Bill Bell, Loren Luschei, Dick Barker, Leon Bardsley, Russ Hanks, John Beal,
Al Rizzuto, Jack Bogar, Doug Simonson, Paul Spendlove.
Front row, left to right: Lotus O'Donnell, Marie Rose, Harriet Howard, Betty Lou Mitcham,
Yvonne Marquis, Colleen Mickel, Delores Bellmont, Joy Weir, Doris Knudson-second row: Marilyn
Jean Oberheu, Rachel Fields, Marlene Bombino,
Phillips. Darlene Benner, Mary Lou Montgomery,
Joanie Goldberg, Violet Rhodes, Karla Hakala--third row: June McKinley, Doris Bishop, Barbara Coble,
Diane Springer, Diane Heineman, Lillian Flower,
Donna Gwynne, Margaret Herrington, Jean Myers,
Louise Henager-fourth row: Laura Yeager, Delores French, Irene Bosch, Donna Read, Lucien Maricle,
Betty Ann Lyons, Annett Krom, Jean Pierce, Mary Piccolo, Mary Jane Henshaw.
Front row, left to right: Nadine McCamant, Beulah Easterwood, Roberta Weber, Dorene Maycroft,
Ruth Kirk, Marilyn Matthews, Shirley Henry, Barbara Jones-second row: Virginia Althouse, Barbara
Alberg, Carolec Gray, Jeane Meese, Lois Jean Moore, Evelyn Wiedemann, Jeanne Lamberson, Louise
Fairchild, Janice Johnson, Marilu Collins-third row: Ray Turner, Mary Ellen Jenks, Ardell Keller,
Jerry Sunderland, Gerald Grob, Edward Fairchild, Kenneth Hammond, Lee Strumbaugh, Jim Buchholz,
Betty Anderson, Mardell Slind, Robert Loski-fourth row: Gilda North, Noreen Hunter, Jean Thompson,
Audrey Kelsey, Evelynn Gower, Dorine Elliot, Lois Meili. Marjorie Lhotka.
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Front row, left to right: Dolores Straub, Alyce Struchen, Virginia Shultz, Betty Byers, Bobbie
Olson, Rita Lucas, Shirley Weltz, Dona Rae Woodbury-second row: Donna Dolan, Helen Wolff, Carol
Albright, Betty Dixon, Shirley Harris, Gloria Elston, Phyllis Graham, Elaine Shelton, Carol Phelps-
third row: Bob Rousselle, Jerry Littleton, Rudy Baunach, Jimmie Morlan, Bob Tucker, Allen Robertson,
Bob Lattanzio, Lyle Orness-fourth row: Lee Carrick, Darrell Day, Archie Cress, Dick Ramsey, Wayne
Ralph, Charles Gilliam, Charles Good, Jim Mehulky.
Front row, left to right: Stuart Kirk, Bozy Van Auken, Ilah Hillyard, Shirley Box, Frances Ben-
nett, Floy Davis, Don Perry, Danny Blodgett-second row: Dorothy Van Brunt, Peggy Fuqua, Dorothea
Davis, Jean Tice, Kathleen Bigham, Mary Ann Converse, Dorine Paul, Marilyn Crandell, Maryellen
Wilson, Dolly Sullivan-third row: Charles Sands, Harold Hopkins, Kenny Benshoof, Bill Jobb, Viv
Hudson, Neil Austin, Floyd Bursch, Harry Boesche, Dave Fish, Dick Bauman-fourth row: Carl Funseth,
Boyd Stensrud, George Manos, Bill Buckingham, Fred Mitchell, Bill Klise, Don Hcsselman, Dewey
Almas, Earl Wash, Gene Tyree, Dick Bresgal.
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Front row, left to right: Jim Peterson, Homer Croyle, Bob Wright, Dale Blair, Jim Homburg,
Duane Kelsey, Dick Ramsey, Dewey Bishop-second row: Donna Van Lippeloy, Lucille Nienau, Lorna
Gottwig, Betty Gibiord, Dorothy Durbin, Susan Morrow, Barbara May, Cathie Jo McKenzie, Carol
Layton, Pat Caudill-third row: Paula Cook, Goldie Conrad, Geraldine McKay, Nancy Bemis, Shirley
Chambers, Pat Marshall, Dawn Denison, Ivy Fisher, Leslie Nelson, Marie Sampson, Roberta Thomas-
fourth row: Dick Gregg, Wayne Johnson, Ken Brundige, Jack Carey, Hib Bender, James Tucker,
George Orth, Dick Renford, Roland Smith, Neil Smith.
Front row, left to right: Keith Campbell, John Ewy, Betty Perkins, Shirley King, Sonja Linder,
Bunny Ziglar, Chuck Leavitt, Elmer Hunt-second row: Floyd Reidburn, Dick Willey, Bob Morrill, Bob
Schuctyle, George Hills, Jack Gross, Gene Kelly, George Grossman, Ralph Young-third row: Jack
Hordemann, Darlene Danes, Patty Dillinger, Shirley Smith, Bob Hunton, Margaret Sandstrom, Wilma
Rose, Lois Neal, Gene Orcutt-fourth row: Robert Anderson, Jim Colasurdo, Dick Cain, Bill Mace,
Harold Read, William Anderson, Jim Bottell, Frank McGowan.
Front row, left to right: Chuck Chandler, Don Lane, Jim Moore, Patricia Patterson, Jeanne King,
Mary Arm Loan, Howard Strick, Russell Lackey, Bob Groom-second row: Glorea McGregor, Shirley
McGhan, Shirley Hinkle, Helen Murphy, Joanne Frounfelter, Dorothy Cosby, Mary Luchini, Mary
Jane Grady, Peggy Ann Till-third row: Ray Lackey, Chuck Allen,Harlie Lyons, Meridith Littleton,
Lois Denzer, Donna Harmon, Beverly Phipps, Marilyn Rubeck, Dolores Piper, Melvin Lunde, Gerald
Ross, Alan McReynolds--fourth row: Jack Larson, Jerry Bradburn, Bob Barry, Jerry Webster, Charles
Mills, Gene Whiting, Burt Lucas, Ray Hartman.
Front row, left to right: Laura Stewart, Joyce Cullain, Jean Noel, Bonnie Gunning, Diane Wilson,
Sally Fisken, Beverly Brandt, Carolyn Hutchins, Carol Nagle-second row: Marian Babcock, Beverly
Groom, Mary Jane Stethem, Betty Hawes, Suzanne Ellis, Barbara Bergman, Marian Mosso, Marilyn
Kennedy, Phyllis Osburn, Eulale Rognlie, Grace Horning-third row: Shirley Lambert, Donna Moe,
Stella Martello, Gloria Widmer, Lois Nyreen, Lois Devaney, Lois Womack, Joyce Szymczak, Donna
Springer, Evelyn Abbott, Georgia Miller-fourth row: Nancy Pencosky, Marianne Fuqua, Marlene
Devinelle, Gertrude Schneider, Dona Lee Cork, Jeanie Fellows, Janiz Lee Stark, Barbara Waldron,
Louise Waugh, Donna Morford, Mary Penna.
Front row, left to right: Jack Holmberg, Bruce Rumpf, John Edwards, Jack Vogel, Milo Clark,
Don Havelick, Don Town, Chuck Kroetch, Bob Lewis-second row: Don Barth, Mervin Carlson, Dick
Adams, Myrin Werner, Jack Seagraves, Bob Colasurdo, Jimmie Gaines--third row: Eugene Odell, Don
Lockhart, Frank Glatt, J. B. Hefferlin, Don Allen, Chuck Feske, Roger Hunt, Lois Becker, Chuck Jones,
Ed Devine-fourth row: George Roberg, Bill Beidleman, Douglass Rhoads, Clare Tracy, Douglas Rider,
Lionel Picard, Lafe Materne, Harold Vannurden, Steve Pick, Louie Pollak.
Front row, left to right: Jerry Morrison, Gloria Grant, Ruthie Merkel, Joan Pedersen, Lois Jacoy,
Loretta Gleason, June Hartnett, Mary Ann Reilly, Viola Coleman-second row: Clarice Holly, Patricia
Smith, Shirley Farrell, Ann Mass, Le Ann Johnson, Helen Wetterhus, Wilma Poe, Arlene Gelbert, Norene
Porter-third row: Irene Porter, Donna Graham, Dolores Jensen, Beverly Timmers, Betty Wilcox,
Virginia French, Ardith Hiller, Ann Boutwell, Thelma Doggett, Blanche Pelleberg-fourth row: Norris
Vevea, Don Gaby, Dave Strawn, Harold Williams, Jackie Williams, Bill Hunz, Jim Ferre, Cycil Vinneau,
Front row, left to right: Marilyn Hunter, Beverly Fanning, Mary Ellern, Pat Dunlap, Diane Crow,
Jean Hoagland, Joan Henle, Leta Cook, Pat Cook-second row: Jacqueline deSarro, Carole Green, Ione
Schrenk, Joanne Sullivan, Irene Clark, Inez Hahn, Betty Carson, Rosa Lee Swenson, Doris Casteel,
Barbara Bulloch-third row: Bill Bradley, Frank Storey, Peggy Hamilton, Dorothy Swank, Shirley
Lynch, Connie Manskey, Donnalu Wrinkle, Shirley Atherton, Audrey Hunt, Clarice Barth, Ronny
Hendrichs, Arnold Arnot-fourth row: Don DeFeyter, Dick Lathrop, Donald Wold, Bruce Brotzman,
James Hoadley, Curtis Bentley, Jack Munn, Albert Walker.
Front row, left to right: Gary Blomgren, Ed Gossett, Eddie King, Bill Oberheu, Kenneth Winslow,
Jimmy Roberts, Barry McMahon, Lee Hoover, Leonard Moseanko-second row: Violet Christman, Janet
Worthington, Carol Zehm, Pat Wilson, Shirley Manlove, Joyce Byrne, Joan Lyons, Dona Lee Hyer,
Nola Yeager, Velda Brooks-third row: Franklin Day, Obe Fjelstad, Ruchard Munk, Derl Harter,
Catherine Wagner, Joyce Minden, Imogene Knight, Bill Young, Tom Deno, Jim Hallam, Robert Reser-
fourth row: Keith Johnson, Kenneth Allen, Eugene Gardner, Ronnie Stowe, Warren Heber, Alvin
Byrne, Gerald Davis, Dick Wrenn. Richard Guy, Tom Clutter, Bill Lux, Ralph Rodolph.
Front row, left to right: Lucille Phipps, Erma Jean Alexander, Phyllis Benson, Shirley Feeder,
Barbara Seiser, Sunshine Gilmore, Nadine Ruhling, Joanie Dunham, Shirley Enderson-second row:
Emerance Picard, Patsy Mason, Helen Van Hover, Marilu Karbye, Elaine Silk, Florence Weirtz, Ruth
Gilbert, Joan Rutt, Josephine Weirtz-third row: Betty Ullman, Roberta Hanks, Bettie Porter, LaVon
Taylor, Donna Hilman, Rose Marie Perkins, Delores Warnke, Lorraine Mosling, Leota Wait, Joan Pen-
nington-fourth row: Marilyn Peterson, Alice Smith, Leona Weaver, Beverly Semling, Gayle Yenney,
Elsa Pinkham, Shirley Rosenstein, Beth Reehl, Hilrna Ulijohn, Millie Kennedy, Katie Thomas, Dolores
Front row, left to right: Tommy Burch, Dick Ford, Bob Brooks, Arden Browning, Don Eilmer,
Jake Jarvis, Charles Crow, Bob Goodwin, Ronald Israel-second row: Homer Trotter, Don Ernst,
JoAnn Clarke, Shirley Longly, Jeri Kippen, Connie Quam, Wyoma Tryon, Barbara Wright, Helena
Watson, Bill Stewart, Neil Iverson-third row: Virgil Purcell, Don Tobin, Dick Rockstrom, Bill Bran-
denburg, Earl Davis, Kenneth Cool, Bob Dowler, Dave Baxter, John Tollefsen, Charles Ralph, Dean
Yahne--fourth row: Eugene Frazer, John Cobb, Jim Gillogly, Larry Held, Dick Smith, Kenneth
Thompson, Bill Chandler, Alan Crowe, Larry Bockstruck, Wally Flint, Ernie Larson.
Front row, left to right: Beth Coe, Dixie McMurray, Sally Jo Langdon, Reubilee Hansen, Harriet
Lewis, Marguerite May, Heleen Reed, Carole McBride, Norma Oliver-second row: June Schafer,
Ginger Roeter, Eileen Larson, Donna Lee Pittman, Bobbie Schussler, Marion Krokum, Jacqueline Koth,
Joyce Pratt, Dolores North, Betty Knutson, Lila Morgeau-third row: Bill Glinn, Ed Anderson, Dora
Powell, Shirley Spink, Joyce Lee, Helen Lewison, Audrey Springer, Shirley Peters, Loraine Price,
Russell Wayland, Jack Flsknes-fourth row: Douglas Hoffman, David Eseke, Gordon Anderson, Duane
Brunette. Bill Houk, Tony Cluff, Tom Evans, Harold Griswold, Rod Walker, Larry Kiser.
Front row, left to right: Tom O'Leary, George Knox, Dave Smith, Dennis Johnson, Jim Norton,
Lewis Lee, George Solem, George Peoples, Charles Nealey-second row: Dale Plewman, Norma McVay,
Bunny Bartleson, Joyce Holman, Pat Swoboda, Patsy Lindberg, lone Fox, Loel Kuhrt, Mary Moon, Nyla
Orness, Allan Lambdin-third row: Jack Maxfield, Donald Hergert, John Spry, Donna Kellom, Gladys
Darrell, Molly Lambert, Mickey McHargue, Dennis McGuin, Bob Kanitz, Don McCullough-fourth row:
Cliff Lunneborg, David Pencosky, Lloyd Olsen, Rodney Lobdell, Eddie Johnson, Ray Standow, Dale
Johnson, Rudy Paschbeck, Dick Rudisile.
Front row, left to right: Donna Evans, Virginia Williams, Fay Woodward, Dorene Herrington,
Joan Cochran, Roselie Collins, Beverly Summers, Dolores Carson, Lucille Bennett-second row: Ruth
Ewell, Barbara Garside, Harriet Blair, Pat Maddux, Eddie Lou Tarvin, Loretta Jones, Joan Kuehl,
Norma Fairfax, Barbara Carr, Patricia Laudwein, Pat Balderson, Delores Watt-third row: Bill Weber,
Bennie Bowcutt, Betty Blackwood, Patricia Bentley, Ramona Stickel, Betty Close, Janet Squibb, Dixie
Stratton, Lois Stevens, Elaine Morgan, Tommy Strumbaugh-fourth row: Don Schudel, Moe McDonald,
Mel McCuddin, Elmer Rollins, Chas Neymon, George Taber, Gerald Fry, Joe Mulvey, Dale Hundeby,
Dewey Rollins, Grant Walter, Stanley Framstad.
Front row, left to right: Wayne Thomas, Don Berg, Joe Cozzetto, Darrell Kuelpman, Bob Mudge,
Vern Osterback, Melvin Varner, Gene Crisp-second row: Gloria Green, Wanda Douglas, Vivian
Thompson, Donna Robinson, Dolores Coleman, Marilyn Chase, Joyce Hammond-third row: Lowell
Nyreen, James Bohanon, Alvin Werner, Roger Tokarz, Larrie Voyer, Charles Mochel, Norman Shaffer,
Everett Story, Eugene Simons, Ralph Michaels-fourth row: John Dixon, Art Barry, Phillip Erwin, Earl
Montee, George Burton, John Hocking, Bill Cox, Jack Blenz.
Front row, left to right: Bob Skinner, Alan Christiansen, Ray Wallen, Jack Fruit, Thomas James,
Bruce Short, Bob Bradley, Richard Arrnfield, Art Pryor-second row: Jacqueline Kinne, Beverly Nelson,
Laura Daub, Pat Lauritzen, Jeanne Heinzerling, Joan Dornit, Dells Hough, Esther Adams, Carol Adams,
Violet O'Donne1l, Charlotte Anderson-third row: Roland Paeper, Ron Hall, Howard Breshears, Larry
Dyer, Jackie Henning, Darlene Blandy, Beverly Nordland, Lurene Draxton, Donald Fleming, Glen
Babbitt, Creighton Darling, Virg Duchow-fourth row: Eddie Heavner, Bill McKay, Andy Ericksen,
Robert O'Connor, Bill Loveless, Kay Hancock, Larry Tuttle, Richard Meyer, Jerry Dreyer, Earl Smith,
Front row, left to right: Gladys Wyrick, Dolores Sherman, Darlene Brott, Carol Lee, Shirley
Robb, Marjorie Hartman, Maureen Cluff, Virginia Trefry, Shirley Dunlop, Frances Weeks-second row:
Marilu Ludwigson, Mary Jacobson, Barbara Meyers, Pattie Fenn, Jackie Lindhout, Mary Johnston, Joan
Nienau, Lillian Barth, Wilma Reid, Roberta Wise, Gerry Brockway-third row: Laura Lou Stroughton,
Barbara Barrett, Virginetta Smith, Gerry Davidson, Donna Menzies, Coleen Corbin, Wanda Williams,
Donna Eirls, Joanne Brand, Barbara Davis, Marjorie Wing, Herta Schmidt-fourth row: Donna Phelps,
Irene Werre, Natalie Mills, Noreen Peckman, Shirley NVidman, Betty Jean Werham, Edith Bennett,
Marilyn Seberling, Shirley Nevin, Rae Ann Symmonds, Adrey Miller.
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Front row, left to right: Dick Stacy, Bill Roloff, Pete Winkleman, Jack Coil, Pete Vowels, Peter
Johnson, Dick Klavano, T. J. Otterbein, Ronald Milne-second row: Ralph Ferguson, Alvin Lemmons,
Pat Jones, Darrell Beller, Billy Zink, Lawrence Wilson, Ted Williams, Earle Wittner, Bill Koehler,
Dick Gustafson-third row: Robert Phillips, Gene Wise, Dudley Woodbury, Harry Hanks, David Dow,
Dennis Roff, Warde Sligh, Charles McNeil, Charles Lawrence, Douglas Quine, Jim Rowland-fourth
row: Bob Wirsch, Charles Speers, Don Pitcher, James Biallas, Roger Steen, Frank Roberg, Randy
Stimson, Louis Ott, John Jennings-fifth row: Jack Meredith, Clinton David, Richard Holmberg, Sam
Lorango, Don Vuarman, Archie Oestreicher, Ronald Kritzer--sixth row: Bill Hogan, George Morre,
Kenneth Varcoe, Ronnie McFarland, Richard Petterson, Bob Jobb, Rolland Robbins, James Weeks,
Front row, left to right: Skip Pixley, Dick Coe, Richard Patterson, Joe Tewinkel, Bruce Keith,
Alvin Greening, David Breshear, Weldon Yeager, George Collins, Lawrence Mickelson-second row:
Lynn Fackentlaall, Joan Shultz, Lois Johnson, Vanita Onstine, Violet Stutzman, Mary Ann Santorsola,
Ronn Bowles, Barbara Tucker, Seeran Cross, Pat Breedon, Carolyn Wilson, Donna Murray, Janice
Thorsen-third row: Bernard Jacobson, Norman Berry, Bill Langdon, Don Tuttle, Danny Petruss, Roy
Raymer, Maurice Miles, Ivan Roberts, Dick Petragallo-fourth row: Robert Kohl, Dick Nyberg, Meil
McKeever, George Pederson, Alfred Hocg, Alan Van Curler, Lewis Spitzer, Gene Bursch-fifth row:
Glenn Meinke, Howard Vietzke, Don Berg, Bob Compador, Jack Howlett, Dale Munkers, Roy Hardin,
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Front row, left to right: Grita Alden, Virginia Coberly, Ada Allen, Barbara Allen, Dorothy Catlow,
Florence Coleman, Donna Green, Patricia Halloway, Ruth Cooper-second row: Beverly Kifer, Nadine
Ferry, Clarabell Hydorn, Jackie Dougherty, Lois Taylor, Lorraine Mann, Katherine Kelp, Karen Ander-
son, Helen Tollefson, Gloria Davis, Carol Levick-third row: Nancy Cox, Bonnie Jesmore, Dorothy Froeh-
lich, Joan Ennest, Karin Cederwall, Coty Klooz, Betty Abbott, Judy Harness, Donna Muncy, Donna
Prince, Ardell Strand-fourth row: Mary Lou Othmer, Joan Wirch, Beverley Howard, Marlene Bartlett,
Joellen Hayden, Mildred Bettis, Aleeta Young. Margene Lang--fifth row: Ollie Hart, Mary Langdon,
Lillian Krauss, Shirley Dubray, Carolyn Rumberg, Marian Williams, Carol Slosser, Joanne Cogley,
Front row, leit to right: Burchard Roark, Arthur Hamilton, Verne Christie, Pat Munds, Lawrence
Carver, Jack Enevoff, Ted Haskell, James Buckley, Jimmy Tefft,-second row: Ronald Tupp, Philip
Haagenson, Bob Bryce, Dick Burson, Frank Gammel, Bob Stockman, Dick Bramer, Everett Bailey,
Earl Finch, Richard James, Don Smith-third row: Bob Newland, Willie Boyd, Frank Wells, Garlyn
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Saiter, Joyce Tanner, Karen Tollefson, Loraine Maxwell, Blanche Harvey, Ruth
row: Marjorie Mauk, Janet Lyons, Ellen Kawaguchi, Billie Marie Wilson, Jeanine
Leinan, Marcia Hinshaw, Marguerite Hunton, Mikey McGetrick, Viola Viers, Cecil
row: Sarajenniel Emerson, Geraldine Cash, Myrna Vandiver, Katherine Gardner,
Virginia Engle, Mary Lou Compogno, Clara Seigle, Vona McLean, Rose Marie Liptac
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Dorothy Cole, Lila Leppell, Patty McHarg, Doris Loan, Carolyn Crowe, Norma Hatcher.
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Paine, Elaine Ellis, Tom Perko, Dave Hawes-second row: Marilyn
Laughbon, Shirley Cox, Betty Cauvel, Theresa Cannata, Marian Samp-
son,Dianne Lucas, Mary Koleff, Jackie Salmon, Shirley Lynch, Lois
Hagen, Marion Todd, Dorothy Powell-third row: Donna Stephan, Joanie
Britton, Nadine Cross, JoAnn Lysek, Norma Lea Swank, Helen Coburn,
Ellen Mann, Elizabeth Mann, Pearl Cooper, Arden Sudhoff, Donna
Daggett, Charlotte Martin, Dorothy Knapp, Dorothy Moe-fourth row:
Rod Stewart, Jean Storlie, Carol Jean Babbitt, Dorothy DuChene, Boblae
Hansen, Phyllis Graham, Ann Clarke, Shirley Kooken, Mhrilyn Shields,
Ben Lister, Bob Keen--fifth row: Ronn Bossio, Ernie Palmer, Kenneth
Nelson, Ken Stickel, Cole McFarland, Jim Burson, Larry Baker, George
Ferrer, Fred Martin, Don Boisen, Bob Whipple, and Bob Lancaster.
FALL A. S. C. OFFICERS-tlowerj Left to right: Dave Hawes,
treasurer: Alice Paine, secretaryg Elaine Ellis, vice president: and Tom
Representing the student govern-
ment at North Central is the
Associated Student Councils, which
is composed of the executive coun-
cil of the Boys' Federation and the
Central Council of the Girls'
Fall officers of the Associated
Student Councils were: Tom
Perko, presidentg Elaine Ellis, vice
presidentg Alice Paine, secretaryg
and Dave Hawes, treasurer.
Officers are appointed by mem-
bers of the executive council. Miss
Helen Cleveland and Miss Conah
Mae Ellis are the advisers. This
organization strives to promote the
general welfare of the school, super-
vises the Junior Red Cross, the
Conduct Board, and the operation
of several joint committees, and
arranges special activities and
Arden Sudhoff was elected presi-
dent for the spring semester, with
Dave Hawes, vice presidentg Don
Cameron, secretary: and Jean Stor-
The Christmas Ship drive was
sponsored by the A. S. C.. Other
drives promoted by this organiza-
tion included the March of Dimes
and the Dutch lVar Relief drive.
The A. S. C. was responsible for
planning and naming committees
for home room discussions, enforc-
ing the traffic and conduct rules,
and supervising the hall proctors.
Entertainment sponsored by A.
S. C. included the annual Get-
Acquainted Party, the Sadie Haw-
kins Dance, the Christmas Dance,
and dancing in the Totem In be-
fore school. Uther activities in-
cluded a banquet in honor of the
football team and the Senior A
SPRING A. S. C. COUNCIL-fupperl Front row, left to right: Carol
Je n Babbitt, Betty Lou Mitcham, Virginia Althouse, Dave Hawes, Jean
Storlie, Arden Sudhoff, Don Cameron, Bob Lancaster, Bill Jones-
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second row: Donna Daggett, Nancy Van Schoorl, Sue Philips, ea
Cooper, Phyllis Graham, Ann Clarke, Dorothy Aslin, Bobbe Kamm,
Margery Nobles, Dolores Paggett, Barbara Crosby, Marilyn McCarty,
Mitzi Chichester-third row: Ellen Mann, Elizabeth Mann, Shirley
Feeder, Dorothy Swank, Marilyn Shields, Shirley Lynch, Marianne
Skinner, Marilyn Laughbon, Dolores Murray, Barbara May, Shirley
Harris, Carol Frost, Rachel Fields, Shirley Cox, Juanalie Free-fourth
row: Bud Weis, Jerry Verge, Mary Ann Barnhart, Ardis Palmer, Fran
Kirkendall, Sally Vinther, Lois Hagen, Annabelle Olson, Janet Robinson,
Dorothy Moe, Jackie Cook, Joan Deeble, Mollie Pierce, Carolyn Sperry,
Chuck Jones-fifth row: Louie Becker, Larry Baker, Lowry Bennett.
Jack Deno, Phil Canup, Bob Conrad, Kenneth Nelson, Ralph Jensen,
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Don Boisen, Joe Simpson, Howard Strick, Gene Lister, Glenn ur
SPRING A. S. C. OFFICERS-flowery Front row, left to right: Jean
Storlie, treasurer: Arden Sudhoff, president-second row: Don Cameron,
secretary, Dave Hawes, vice president.
FALL GIRLS' LEAGUE OFFICERS-ttop right! Left to right:
Patty Bozarth tin place of Theresa Cannata, secretarylg Marian
Sampson, treasurer, Dianne Lucas, vice presidentg Betty Cauvel,
FALL SENIOR COUNSELLORS-ttopl Front row, left to right:
Anderson, Bryhni, Timboe, Patrick, Cox, Phillips, Franseen, Tollef-
son-second row: Alabone, Lehfeldt, Tessendorf, Sherriffs, Harlan,
Fosgate, Davis-third row: White, Biggerstaff, Twitchell, Chamber-
lain, Peterson, Mann, Bozarth.
FALL CENTRAL COUNCIL-tmiddlel Seated, left to right: Cauvel,
Sampson, Cannata, Lucas, Hagen tbackl--standing: Clark. Shields,
DuChene, Free, Lynch, Cox, Clarke, Moe, Daggett, Gray, Hansen,
Coburn, Lysek, Babbitt, Storlie-front row: Blume, Stephan, Ellis,
Kooken, Koleff, Salmon-second row: Cross, Britton, Powell, DeMers,
Knapp, Kamm-third row: Cooper, Mann, Swank, Paine, Linder,
Graham-fourth row: Sudhoff, Mann, Miss Ellis, Miss Cleveland.
FALL COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN-fbottoml Front row, left to
right: Coburn, Moe, Cooper, Cox, Deasy, Knapp, Hansen-back row:
The Girls' League of North Cen-
tral, consisting of all girls enrolled
in the school, was organized in 1918
by Miss Jessie Gibson. Miss Conah
Mae Ellis and Miss Helen Cleve-
land are the advisers.
Its purpose is expressed by the
emblem: Honor, represented by an
American flag, service, by the head
of a young girl, and loyalty, by the
Red Cross flag.
Department heads, committee
chairmen, and floor chairmen of
the room representatives make up
a Central Council, the governing
body of the League. The Council
is presided over by the League
To be on the Girls' League
honor roll, a girl must have grades
of C or better and have earned ten
League points by serving in one
ol? the departments. A bronze pin
is awarded for two semesters of
service, a silver pin for four, a gold
pin for six, and gold pin with a
ruby setting for eight semesters.
'l'hese pins are awarded each se-
mester at a special girls' convoca-
gfX group of senior girls act as
counsellors for the new students.
Older girls also act as "big cousins"
on the first day of the semester and
assist newcomers in finding their
SPRING LEAGUE OFFICERS-ttop leftl Left to right: Sue
Philips, treasurer, Mollie Pierce, secretaryg Dorothy Mole, vice
presidentg and Carolyn Sperry, vice president. '
SPRING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN-ltopl Front row, left to
right: Palmer, Cooper, Kirkendall, Mann-second row: Laughbon,
Paggett, Van Schoorl, Mann.
SPRING CENTRAL COUNCIL-tmiddlel Front row, left to right:
Murray, Cox, Moe, Sperry, Pierce, Philips, Storlie, Babbitt, Kirken-
dall, Nobles, Sudhoff--second row: Chichester, Kamm, Cooper,
Mann, Mann, Swank, Shields, Frost, Erickson, Graham, Van Schoorl,
Paggett, Ellis, McCarty-third row: Althouse, Harris, Feeder, Lynch,
Mitcham, Palmer, Barnhart, Robinson, Cook, Daggett, Deeble,
Vinther, Clarke, Aslin.
SPRING SENIOR COUNSELLORS-tbottomb Front row, left to
right: Davis, Chichester, Cooper, Deasy, Harlan, Ericson, Effertz,
Sherriffs, Olson, Lovejoy.
FALL FEDERATION OFFICERS-Left to
right: Lowell C. Bradford, adviserg Glenn
Burton, treasurer: Vern McVay, financial sec-
retary, Bud Weis, vice presidentg Bob Whipple,
clerk: and Bill Evans, president.
FALL DEPARTMENT HEADS-Left to right:
George Ferrer, Ernie Palmer, Bill Evans, John
Trimble, Cole McFarland.
FALL COUNCIL-Front row, left to right:
Lancaster, Swedberg, Coffman, Nelson, Lister,
Martin, McVay, Keen-second row: Ferrer,
Jensen, Gower, Powell, Boisen, Lovejoy, Palmer,
Lee, L. C. Bradford-third row: Burton, Baker,
Hawes, Weis, Perko, Cameron, Stewart, Burson,
McFarland, Bossio, Oxrieder, Trimble-table:
FALL COMMITTEE HEADS-Front row, left
to right: Wriggle, Clark, Fowler, Emch, Hall,
Anderson, Lister-second row: L. C. Bradford,
Manchini, Beers, Munroe, Lister, Nelson, Perry,
Gilkey, Lundberg-third row: Defenbach, Davis,
Fasig, Reichert, Coshow, Yeager, Ruth, Barry,
The Boys' Federation, under the
direction of Lowell C. Bradford,
was the central point for boys' ac-
tivities during the fall and spring
semesters. Along with the regular
activities and projects, this year the
Boys' Federation was one of the
major forces in getting the i'Sports
for All' program off to a successful
The Federation awarded plaques
to the champions in all the sports
including flag football, wrestling,
and swimming. The former voca-
tional department which contained
miscellaneous committees has been
discontinued and its active sections
were assigned to different depart-
During the spring semester, the
Federation continued their plan of
awarding plaques in the "Sports for
All" program, giving additional
plaques to the champions in basket-
ball and softball. Another new
feature this year was the new
registration cards signed by each
boy i11 school with his preference
for Federation department Work.
Department organizations for the
fall and spring, respectively, are:
Community Service, Ernie Palmer,
Bill jonesg Personal Service, john
Trimble, Don Boiseng School Serv-
ice, George Ferrer, Phil Canupg
"Sports for All," Cole McFarland,
SPRING COMMITTEE HEADS-Front row,
left to right: Bardsley, Lundberg, Hunt, Bishop,
Weis, Hunton, Keen, McFarland--second row:
Norman, Klise, Davis, Spelgatti, Kuelpman,
Beal, Stewart, Reichert-third row: Culton,
Peirce, Hearty, Lancaster, Evans, Defenbach,
Cross, Baker, Perko.
SPRING FED OFFICERS-Front row, left to
right: Jerry Verge, secretary, Lowell C. Brad-
ford: Bud Weis, president, Bob Youell, vice
president-second row: Gene Lister, treasurer,
Glenn Burton, financial secretary.
SPRING FED COUNCIL-Front row, left to
right: Lister, Burton, Verge, Youell, Weis,
Canup, Boisen, Baker, Jones-second row: Ben-
nett, Deno, Coffman, Conrad, Nelson, Simpson,
Jones, Becker-third row: Cameron, Burr,
Hawes, Jensen, Powell, Eppley, Hubbard, Lan-
SPRING DEPARTMENT HEADS-Left to
right: Boisen, Canup, Weis, Baker, Jones.
CONDUCT BOARD-Front row, left to right: Pearl Cooper,
Dorothy Moe, Kenneth Nelson, Larry Baker, Mary Koleff, JoAnn
Lysek, Jim Burson-second row: L. C. Bradford.
CON DEPUTIES-Front row, left to right: Dorothy Allen, Mae Louise Olson,
Shirley Geschwinder, Bobbe Hansen, Dolores Prather-second row: Lyle Emch, Alice
Rhodes, Betty Twitchell, Alice Paine, Helen Coburn, JoAnn Lysek-third row: Jack
Seidel, Kenneth Nelson, Jerry Verge, Ben Lister, Bud Weis.
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Beverly Hudson, Delores French, Gerri Bombino, Shirley Henry,
Leona Edgerton, Mary Jane Henshaw, Rita Lucas, Jerry Verge-
second row: Homer Davis, Alan Loski, Jerry Coffman, Warren Kite,
Ray Hartman, Paul Spendlove, Lewis Curtis, Charles Lindberg, Jim
Hearty, Dick Culton.
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HALL PROCTORS-Front row, left to right: Jack Williams, Joan Rutt, Wyoma
Tryon, Ruby Klemz, Ruth Keinholz, Commissioner Dorothy Moe, Marilyn Matthews,
Lucille Wieder, Clara Tweet, George Palmer-second row: Creighton Darling, Carl
Funseth, Don Ross, Bill Rouse, Lyle Orness, Darrell Day, Everett Sells, Gene Manchini,
Rolland Paeper, Bill Stewart.
TRAFFIC SQUAD-Front row, left to right: George Ferrer, Don
Ross, Bill Jones, Bob Lancaster, Larry Baker, Ernie Palmer, Larry
Wriggle, Jack Frost, Don Perry, Jack Gross-second row: John
Malterner, Jim Lee, Lyle Williams, Lowry Bennett, Gene Lister,
Wayne Hemphill, Tom Evans, Rich Munroe, Jim Peterson, George
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GROUND SQUAD-Front row, left to right: Wally Freeman, Ralph Jensen, Bob
Conrad, John Lee, Kenneth Nelson, Bob Fasig, Tomme Fowler, Everett Sells, Doug
Simonson, Dewey Bishop, Loren Luschei-second row: John Malterner, Dick Culton,
Don Daniels, Bob Burr, Tony Cluff, Stuart Kirk, Homer Croyle, George Swedburg,
Charles Lindburg, Jack Spratt, Arnold Arnot.
CAFETERIA STAFF-Left to right: Doris Crowe, Elsie Berry,
Ellen Cluff, Grace Fry, Ennis Pugh, Sybel Pick, and Alice Gillespie.
CUSTODIANS-Front row, left to right: W. E. Rumrner, Arthur Baker-second
row: Wes Harvey, engineer, David Cain, Lucie Pontier, Roscoe Jordan, Fred Ullrich,
Jack Burns, Joe Julian, George Truesdon, F. W. Monette.
STAGE CREW-Front row, left to right: Paul Spendlove, Bob
Youngman, Erwin Richardson, Jack Welch-second row: George
Theodorsen, Jim Burson, Ken Stickel, Bill Munkers, Bill Sjoberg.
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BOOKROOM AND OFFICE WORKERS-Front row, left to right: Betty J.
Smith, Shirley Box, Mrs. Vera Bayley, Annabelle Olson, Joan Golberg, Ruth Shearer
-second row: Beverly Nordland, Barbara Phillips, Joyce Essick, Betty Ann Lyons,
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LIBRARY WORKERS-Front row, left to right: Richard James,
Helen Anderson, Sally Meyers, Marie Sampson, Mildred Titus,
LaBerta Badden, Joanne Pandelis, Coty Klooz, Jeanine Stevenson,
Dawn Denison, Ralph Ferguson-second row: Marilu Ludwigson,
June Evans, Joyce Tanner, Joyce Minden, Annette Krom, Marjorie
Hartman, Barbara Stevenson, Donna Bellomy, Barbara Bellomy,
Barbara Barrett, Jackie Lindhout, Joyce Luft-third row: Arlene
Erickson, Betty Werhan, Carolyn Crowe, Grace Seale, Elaine John-
son, Irene Triplett, Phyllis Hall, Lois Till, Karen Tollefson, Florence
Coleman, Shirley Dubray, Nancy Cox.
LIBRARY WORKERS-Front row, left to right: Virginia Shultz, Ann Clarke,
Marlene Murray, Annabell Sells, Shirley Weltz, Barbara Jones, Sarajennie Emmerson,
Barbara Garside, Donna Leiter, Edythe Rasmussen-second row: Joyce Byrne, Barbara
Coble, Dona Lee Hyer, Betty Ann Lyons, Rae Symmonds, Billie Marl Wilson, Laura
Stewart, Pat Wilson, Harriet Blair, Lucille Bennett, Ann Golberg, Mildred Bettis,
Karen Anderson-third row: Dorothy Cosby, Grace Horning, Mary Jane Grady,
Lucien Maricle, Jeanne King, Edith Bennett, Patty Halloway, Alyce Struchen, Nancy
Bemis, Ellen Kawaguchi, Ruth Cooper.
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ATHLETIC BOARD-Front row, left to right: Shirley McGee,
Georgene Guter, Dolores Bellmont, Don Cameron, Leslie Nelson,
Bobbe Hansen, Dorothy DuChene-second row: Guy Barnes, W. C.
Hawes, Wilhelmine Timm, Mae Louise Olson, Elsa Pinkham, Bob
Brumblay, Joseph Tewinkel--third row: Richard Collins, Ralph
Jensen, Bud Weis, Don Boisen, John Norby.
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CHEER LEADERS-Front row, left to right, Barbara Crosby, Joanie Milam, Carol
Frost, chairman, Dorothy DuChene, Evelyn Achre, Shirley Harris, Diane Springer,
Carolee Gray-second row: Don Boisen, Ken Benshoof, Dick Cross.
EDITORIAL STAFF-Front row: Dona Tokarz, associate editor
-second row: Miss Mary McKenna, publications adviser, Grace
Clark, associate editor, Tom Brown, editor.
ART AND DIVISION EDITORS-Front row, left to right:
Marilyn Laughbon, Shirley Harlan, Juanalie Free, Barbara Phillips-
second row: Miss Ethel Ashley, art adviserg Bernice Horch, Shirlee
McGee, Mae Louise Olson, Don Heiser, Lyle Emch, Pat Harding.
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BUSINESS AND PHOTOGRAPHY-Front row, SENIOR EDITORS-Front row, left to right:
left to right: John Lee, photographer, Ben Beers, Joan Kramer, Theresa Cannata, Shirley Richwine,
business managerg Dorothy DuCheneg Bryson L. Jaynes, Dolores Paggett-secon d row: Mary Koleff, June
business adviser-second row: Dick Burson, assistant Erickson.
photographerg Dale Riggins, photography adviser,
FALL EDITORIAL STAFF-Front row, left to right: Patty Prague, Marian Sampson, Ronn
Bossio, Bernice Horch, Dianne Lucas, Darrel Eagle, Shirlee McGee, Miss Mary McKenna, adviser,
Barry Brewer, Bob Porter, Dona Tokarz-second row: Mae Louise Olson, Don Heiser, Lyle Emch,
Marion Todd, Larry Hall, Ed Anderson, Pat Harding, Stuart Davis, Ann Molyneux, Shirley Richwine,
Amid the hum of voices and the busy tap-
tap of typewriters, The North Central News
is planned, written, and published by a staff
of 21 students, under the direction of Miss
Mary McKenna, publications adviser.
Receiving its first All-American award in
1936, 'l'he News has been awarded ten All-
.-Xmerican ratings, and four Pacemaker
awards in 1939, '40, '11, and '4G. The North
Central News also won the international
first place award of Quill and Scroll in 1943,
the Quill and Scroll International Honor
Award, and the George H. Gallup award
Editor for the fall semester was Ann
Molyneux. Associate editors were Ed And-
erson and Don Lewis, while the News editor
was Dianne Lucas. Pat Harding served as
the editorial page editor, and
Larry Hall as sports editor. Busi-
ness manager was Lyle Emch,
advertising manager was Marion
Todd, and Shirley Richwine was
bookkeeper. Dale Riggins was
the faculty photographer.
FALL EDITORS-Front row, left to right:
Marion Todd, advertising manager: Ann Moly-
neux, editor, Pat Harding, editorial page editor
-second row: Dianne Lucas, news editor: Lyle
Emch, business manager, Larry Hall, sports
editor, Bernice Horch, girls' sports editorg Ed
Anderson, associate editor.
SPRING EDITORIAL STAFF-Front row, left to right: Ray Turner, June Erickson, Lyle Emch,
Grace Clark, Pat Harding, Dona Tokarz, Don Heiser-:econd row: Pat Prague, Shirley Geschwinder,
John Lee, Bernice Horch, Carol Frost, Marlene Murray, Eeanor Anderson, Dolores Pagg.tt-third row:
Dick Kuelpman, Don Lewis. Barry Brewer, Jack Ickes, Bob Porter, Joan Kramer.
However, putting out The News is not all
work and no play. The Spokane Junior
Press Club, for outstanding young high
school journalists, provides a chance for
young newspaper aspirants to meet and
talk to many famous celebrities visiting
Ed Anderson was elected president of the
junior Press Club in the fall, and Marion
Todd was chosen secretary. Tom
Brown, Tamarack editor, was
president in the spring term.
Quill and Scroll, an inter-
national society for high school
journalists, has parties and spon-
sors other forms of school en-
Co-Editors for the spring sc,
mester were Dona Tokarz and
SPRING EDITORS-Front row, left to right:
Don Lewis, business manager: Pat Harding and
Dona Tokarz, co-editors, Ray Turner, associate
editor-second row: Bernice Horch, editorial
page editor, Grace Clark, n ws editor: Lyle
Emch, sports editor: Pat Prague, advertising
manager, Don Heiser, associate editor, June
Erickson. editorial page editor.
Pat Harding. Ray Turner and Don Heiser
were associate editors, while Grace Clark
acted as News editor. Editorial page editors
were Bernice Horch and June Erickson.
Lyle Ernch was the spring sports editor, and
Don Lewis was the business manager. Ad-
vertising managcr was Patty Prague, and
Dick Kuelpman was the bookkeeper. Tom
Brown was the staff photographer.
FALL OFFICERS-Left to right: Virginia Shultz: Verna Domstad, secretary-
tieasurerg Nadene Cross, chairman, Jeanie Meese, historian-reporter, Marilyn
SPRING OFFICERS-Left to right: Marilyn Shields, chairman: Beverly
Phipps, sirgeant-at-arms: Frances Bennett, historian-reporter: Shirley Feeder,
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Seiser, Meese, Cross, Domstad, Lyons, Manlove, Mosso, Samuels, Maas-second row: Fairfax, Ellis,
Sullivan, Mele, Cosby, Smith, Stewart, Jones, Hinkle, Davis, Rubeck Phipps, Collins, Dean, Larson,
Johnson-third row: Haight, Shields, Alexander, Doggett, Timmers, Pennington, Wagner, Groom,
W'l on Proper Garside fourth row' Herrington Drayton.
Martello, Babcock, Fuqua. Gleason, Quam, 1 s . , . - . , .
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Brewer. King. Thompson, Mielke, NGISOYL Blgham, Bennett, Colony, Shultz, Nisken, Cnc ran, ar ,
FALL OFFICERS-Left to right: Norma Lia Swank, chairman, Mary Ann
Heath, sergeant-at-arms, Miss Elsa Pinkhamg Maralee Mc-Reynolds, historian-
reporterg Dolores Prather, secretary.
SPRING OFFICERS-Front row, left to right: Mary Unger, sergeant-at-arms,
Pearl Cooper, secretary, Juanalie Free, historian-reporter-second row: Donna
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Smith, Morrow, Schultz, Fairchild, Heineman, Sperry, Prague, Graham--second row:
Deeble, Badden, Twitchell, Keiner, Kachinsky, DeMander, Miller, Tessendorf, McReynoldS, Swank
Fyfe, Britton, DeMers, Schoorl, Philips, Cox, Laughbon, Butte, Barnhart, Harder, Olson, Palmer
McGee, Deasy, DeFreese, Horch, Unger, Free, Sudhoff, Daggett, Springer, Gibbons, Cobb, Franseen
Kamrn, Smith, McCormick, Moore-fourth row: McCarty, Paggett, Linder, Fields, Fritsch, Pierce
Storlie, Blume, Lovejoy, Ericson, Duryee, Cooper, Bellmont, Kirkendall, Roble, Martin, Mann, Mann
Anderson, Chichester, Lowell, Allen, Lamberson, Coon, Phelps, Espe, Kooken-fifth row: Mitcham
Althouse, Alberg, Knapp, Mudge, Schneider, Tokarz, Wegner, Hagen, Guter, Moe, Griffith, Koenig,
Weir, Geschwinder, Ingham, Ingham, Lane, Pandelis, Robinson, Elliot, Murray, Clark, McCamant,
Rhodes, Prather, Heath, Paine, Cauvel, Sampson, Powell, Lucas, Fraser, Hansen, Lambert-third row:
AMORES LIBRORUM-Front row, left to right: Jean Storlie, Kenneth Nelson, Ann Clarke, Jack
Frost-second row: Barbara Jones, Carol Jean Babbitt, Dona Lee Hyer, Nancy Bemis, Helena Watson,
Joan Lyons, Lois Hagen, Mollie Pierce, Frances Bennett-third row: Grant Walter, Sonja Linder,
Barbara Carr, Joyce Byrne, Phyllis Graham, Marilyn Daugherty, Frank Storey, Alvin Byrne-fourth
row: Homer Croyle, Jack Vogel, Jim Buckholtz, Kenneth Oxrieder, Jack Gilkey, Frank McGowan,
Elmer Hunt, Earl Davis, Ernie Defenbach, Tommy Evans.
ART CLUB-Front row, left to right: Helen Chandler, Delores Murray, Juanalie Free, Jim Rhodes,
Beverlee Gibbons, Shirley Cox, Dolores Paggett-second row: Miss Caroline Busch, Pat Balderson,
Sally Myers, Barbara Garside, Grace Horning, Eulalie Rognley, Donna Slevin-third row: Bob Porter,
Mary Ann Heath, Elizabeth Grandstaff, Barbara Phillips, Carolyn Sperry, Diane Springer, Paula Cook.
Miss Mary Bacon organized Ainores
Librorum, "Lover of Books," to further
reading interest among students. The
members Write several book reviews each
This year, under the direction of Miss
Caroline Busch, the Art Club planned the
decorations for the new gym. As in previous
years, the club placed decorations about the
halls at Christmas time.
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MATHEMATICS CLUB-Front row, left to right: Marilyn Coon, Gladys Cerenzia, Joanie Milam,
Delores Bellmont, Pearl Cooper, Mitzi Chichester, Barbara Duryee, Dolores Paggett, Carol Phelps,
Dolly Sullivan, Shirley Feeder-second row: Shirley Manlove, Dona Lee Hyer, Jean Hoagland, Patricia
Smith, Nancy Bemis, Fay Woodward, Phyllis Lane, Sally Jo Langdon, Catherine Wagner, Barbara
Seiser-third row: Jimmie Gaines, Mzrlyn Anderberg, Harold Meili, George Grossman, Merlin Varner,
Elmer Hunt, Gene Kelly.
COMMERCIAL CLUB-Front row, left to right: Rosemary Milton, Betty Cauvel, Mary Koleff,
Jackie Salmon, J. O. Griggs, Sue Philips, Marianne Skinner, Arden Sudhoff-second row: Lois Jean
Moore, Annette Krom, Marie Sampson, Virginia Shultz, Loretta Gleason, Nancy Van Schoorl, Jeannie
Lamberson-third row: Dawn Denison, Beulah Easterwood, Nedine McCamant, Mary Unger, Mollie
Pierce, Joan Deeble, Barbara Seiser.
The Mathematics club was organized to
promote more interest in the field of
mathematics. Members of the club must
have three semesters of mathematics with
three final B's and no other grade below C.
Harold Thompson is the present adviser.
Requirement for membership in the
Commercial club is a commercial major.
Its purpose is to promote interest in com-
mercial subjects at North Central and to
aid its members in preparing for a career
in the business world.
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SPANISH CLUB-Front row, left to right: Barbara Duryee, Annabell Sells, Ruth Kirk, Rachel
Fields, Donna Daggett, Marilyn Coon, Ann Clarke, Dick Willes, Lucille Nienau, Beverly Hudson-
second row: Miss Bertha Boehme, Dolly Sullivan, Marilyn Rubeck, Nancy Bemis, Jean Oberheu, Nona
Pashek, Joan Kramer, Bev Cisna, Bob Porter, George Hills-third row: Grant Walter, John Lee, Jack
Frost, Jack Callen, Kenny Nelson, Don Heiser, Don DeFeyter, Elmer Hunt, Barry McMahon.
LATIN CLUB-Front row, left to right: Barbara Jones, Connie Manskey, Beth Reehl, Shirley
Rosenstein, Homer Croyl, Mary Lou Montgomery, Sonja Linder, Betty Lou Mitcham, Tom Evans,
Barbara Carr, Jim Buckholtz-second row: Dolores Sherman, Barbara Wright, Katie Thomas, Helena
Watson, Shirley Manlove, Marilyn Coon, Barbara Alberg, Louise Fairchild, Irene Clark, Phyllis Graham,
Virginia Althouse, Marilyn Daugherty, Bobbee Kamm, Dorothy Cosby, Jeanie Meese, Shirley Feeder
-third row: Miss Frances Theis, Joan Ross, Betty MacKay, Carol Benner, Dolores Brewer, Dorothy
Ceder, Roberta Hanks, Shirley Lynch, Nedine McCamant, Leslie Nelson, Jackie Cook, Flora Taber,
Marilyn Colony, Helen Murphy, Joan Cochran, June Hartnett, Marguerite Kincaid, Shirlee McGee,
Beulah Easterwood, Delores Bellmont-fourth row: Ray Lackey, John Spry, Dick Ford, George Orth,
Bob Lewis, Richard Grey, Gerald Fry, Don Reichert, Frank McGowan, Merlyn Anderberg, Don Heiser,
Dave Strawn, Jim Winton, Tony Cluff, Dick Eppley, Jack Frost.
La Tertulia, which means "social gather-
ing," was organized in l9l3 by Miss Edith
Broomhall. Students who have grades of C
or better and are in their second semester
of Spanish are eligible. Miss Bertha Boehme
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"Senatus populus que Rornanusf' "The
senate and the Roman peoplej' was or-
ganized by Miss Mary Evans in 1914. The
Latin club, advised by Miss Frances Theis,
is open to a student as soon as he or she
enrolls in Latin.
FRENCH CLUB-Seated, front, left to right: Jeanie Meese, Carolee Gray, Bobbee Kamm,
Lucille Schoenburg, Lucille Weider, Phyllis Graham-second row: Jackie Rupp, Marlene Simpson, Joan
Faught, Mary Ann Converse, Warren J. Riopelle, Shirley Kooken, Marian Fritsch-standing, left to
right: Ken Stickel, Dick Culton, Ken Oxrieder, Jack Deno, Harold Cross, Ann Clarke, Charles Swarn.
F. H. A.-Front row, left to right: Kathleen Zupan, Kathryn Rutt, Dolores Straub, Bonnie
Marshall, Lois Hagen, Donna Read, Dorene Herrington, Barbara Coble-second row: Connie Manskey,
Barbara Wright, Lorraine Eilders, Helena Watson, Virginia Evans, Joan Cochran, Mary Piccolo, Barbara
Garside, Miss Christine Neuman.
A year of French and C grades are the
requirements for membership in HDites
Done," an idiomatic expression which
means "VVhat's Doing?" Organized in
October, 1947, it is the newest club at
North Central. The adviser is Warren
Future Homemakers of America, a
national organization sponsored by the
state vocational home economics depart-
ment, was organized in April, 1947. The
requirements are a major in home eco-
nomics, with a B average, and a C average
in all other subjects.
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WARRIORS-Front row, left to right: Howard Strick, Rich Munroe, John Lee, Chuck Jones, Ken
Benshoof, Glenn Miller, Walt Baker, Herbie Schmidt-second row: Ken Stickel Rod Stewart, Don
Cameron, Cole McFarland, Kenny Nelson, Jerry Verge, Bud Weis, Jack Seidel, Wally Tesch, Bob
Whipple-third row: Walt Firor, Tracy Walters, Ronn Bossio, Neil Smith, Bob Lattanzio, Ralph Jensen,
Bob Ytreeide, Warren Kite, Dick Culton, Jim Lee-fourth row: Bob Kuehl, Phil Canup, Jack Lyons,
Ben Lister, Tom Perko, Jerry Stephenson, Fred Martin, Bill Evans, Joe Simpson,
VOX PUELLARUM-Front row, left to right: Jerri Kippen, Bobbee Kamm, Barbara Cobb,
Beverlee Gibbons, Carol Frost, Shirley Kooken, Dorothy Haight, Dorothy Mele-second row: Lorna
Gottwig, Dorothy Knapp, Juanalie Free, Norma Lea Swank, Dorothy Powell, Elaine Ellis, Marion Todd,
Shirley Enderson, Shirley Feeder, Marianne Skinner-third row: Loretta Gleason, Marilyn Daugherty,
Phyllis Lane, Shirley Hinkle, Dianne Lucas, Joanie Milam, Mildred Kennedy, Jackie Belshaw, Mary
Alice Ring, Jean Storlie, Carol Jean Babbitt, Annabelle Olson, Diane Heineman, Pat Marshall, Shirley
Each member of the VVarriors' club is
pledged to a clean life, to hard and fair play,
and to working for the good of the team.
Harold Thompson, fall adviser, was co-V
adviser this spring with Howard McNeW.
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Vox Puellarum, HVoice of the Girls," is
a social group, Whose purpose is to develop
vocational, musical, literary, and dramatic
talent. This year, the group sponsored a
convocation and gave the proceeds to the
school athletic fund.
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QUILL AND SCROLL-Front row, left to right: Miss Mary McKenna, adviser, Marion Todd,
Patty Prague, Dianne Lucas, Grace Clark, Ann Molyneux, Pat Harding-second row: Larry Hall,
Bernice Horch, Lyle Emch, Ed Anderson, Don Lewis, Dona Tokarz, Mae Louise Olson.
THESPIANS-Front row, left to right: Lawrence Clark, Maxine Matthews, Rachel Fields, Sonja
Linder, Tomme Fowler, Barbara May-second row: Jim Hearty, Juanalie Free, Frances Kirkendall,
Beverly Phipps-third row: Charles Lindberg, LaBerta Badden, Jackie Salmon, Miss Grace Gorton,
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The Edward R. Murrow chapter of Quill
and Scroll, "International Honorary Society
for High School Journalists," was organized
at North Central in l939. The club this
year sponsored a project to improve the
school library. Miss Mary McKenna is
,n .W .M
The purpose of the Thespian society is
to promote interest and skill in drarnatics
and to honor students who co-operate in
stage productions. This year the play, L'The
Squires Bride," was repeated six times for
the Childrens Theater. Miss Grace Gorton
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CHOIR-Front row, left to right: Ted Williams, Chuck Brandt, Dick McDonald, Max Norman,
Arthur Sharpe, Lawrence Bigleman, Joan Samuels, Dorothy Mele, Harriet Howard, Ann Clarke,
Virginia Williams, Donna Evans, Barbara Crosby, Jackie DeMers, Roberta Wise-second row: Bob
Keen, Tom Edwards, Ken Cool, Dean Yhane, Earl Davis, Clare Hart, Jack Frost, Jerry Grudge, Ruth
Merkel, Mollie Pierce, Betty Ann Lyons, Lois Till, Harlene Weatherwax, Juanalie Free, Joyce Essick,
Peggy Elsworth, Beverly Timmers, Marilyn Laughbon-third row: Harford Hanson, Gary Sanders,
John Cobb, Don Reichert, Lou Endsley, Lee Picard, Archie Oestreicher, Gene Orcutt, Shirley Zieman,
Naomi Sittle, Blanche Pelleberg, Janet Robinson, Elise Bryhni, Virginia Evans, Jackie Belshaw, Ruth
Kirk, Frances Kirkendall, Betty Littel, Marilyn Hunter.
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THREE FIVES-Front row, left to right: Barbara Crosby, Marilyn Laughhon, Ann Clarke-
second row: Jackie DeMers, Elise Bryhni, Donna Evans, Dorothy Mele, Dorothy Powell-third row:
Virginia Evans, Janet Robinson, Betty Griffith, Mollie Pierce, Mary Unger.
one hundred thirteen
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The Choir, Three Fives, and Orchestra,
all under the able baton of YV. Stanley Taft,
have again this year carried on the tradi-
tion of fine music that has become so much
a part of the North Central school scene.
Boasting 56 members, the Choir, with
one of the largest enrollments in recent
years was one of the most active and enjoy-
able entertainment groups during the year.
A few of their many activities during the
year included singing in the Operetta,
taking part in a Town Meeting, and par-
ticipating in the Easter convocation, Mr.
Carriker's convocation, the High School
Choir contest, Greater Spokane Music
Festival, Inter-High School Music Festival,
and the Baccalaureate services.
The 21 members ol' the orchestra were
also active cluring the year, participating
in the Operetta, Senior Class Play, the
Inter-High School Music Festival, and Bac-
calaureate ancl Connnencenient services.
Three Fives, a vocal group ol' l5 girls
elected Dorothy Powell as president for
the fall semester, with jackie De Mers
serving in this capacity during the spring
ORCHESTRA-Front row, left to right: Jean Storiie, Carol Jean Babbitt, Frank Thompson,
Mary Picco'o-second row: Peggy Ann Till, Laura Stewart, Jessie Derington, Joan Lyons, Neil Iverson,
Gene Sprinkel, June L'iman-third row: Kenneth Oxieder, Don Daniels, Leola Anderson, Pat Smith,
Marlene Bombino, Marcello Mielke, Hugh Blundell, Marilyn Laughbon, Dean Tucker, Dick Eppley,
Jack Coshow, Glenn Salmon, Dick Hubbard, Duane Stark, Steve Hill, Don Ernst, Marilu Collins, Gwen
one hundred fourteen
PEP BAND-Front row, left to right: Bob Anderson, Dick Hubbard, George Lambdin, Dick
Eppley, Phil Ashton, Merlyn Anderberg, Tommy Evans, Rod Walker, Jim Winton-second row: Lowell
C. Bradford, Bill Jones, Tony Cluff, Jim Worley, Jack Coshow, George Swedberg, Steve Hill, Duane
Stark, Jack Lundberg-third row: Bill Houk, Jack Walter, Dick Cross, Larry Kiser.
Composed of 20 capable musicians, the
Pep Band, always an excellent entertain-
ment group, participated in many school
events and extra-curricular activities during
the fall and spring semesters.
Under the student. leadership ol' Jim
lvorley with Lowell C. Bradford as adviser.
they played at the Nlerry-Go-Round foot-
ball rally, and the Fox-Chronicle rally at
the Fox theater. As a service to the com-
munity the group played for the dedication
oi' the new North Hill Fire Station.
'llhey also played for the basketball
games and at all ol' the pre-game football
and basketball pep cons.
Appearing with the concert and full
bands in the pay convocation Jan. 21, the
Pep Band featured YV. Stanley Taft, Doro-
thy Powell, and jack Coshow as vocal
soloists. George Swedberg, jim VVorley,
Dick Hubbard, Bob Anderson, and Dick
Eppley appeared as incidental soloists.
During the spring semester, the Pep
Band formed the nucleus of the Doll Shop
orchestra and prepared over 45 numbers
for this musical show. They also appeared
at intermission time during the forty-sixth
annual formal concert, April lfl, in a pro-
gram of popular music. Both vocal and
instrumental soloists were presented as a
feature of the program.
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BAND-Front row, left to right: Phil Ashton, Tommy Evans, Mcrlyn Anderberg, Glenn Busse,
George Lambdin, Dick Eppley, Dave Hawes, Chuck Chandler, Frank Storey, Richard Munk, Richard
Green, Ralph Ferguson-second row: Jimmy Gaines, Bill Shawley, Tom Burch, Jack Maxfield, Kenny
Benshoof, Dick Culton, Max Norman, Jack Gilkey, Bob Wirsch, Ward Sligh, Dick Burson, Don Smith.
Charles Hudson, Allan Lambdin--third row: Jack Vogel, Gerald Fry, Gene Lister, Charles McQuarrie,
John Tollefson, Hugh Blundell, Roger Hunt, Richard Meyer, Don Gothberg, Jack Munn, Gene Harvey,
Lawrence Carver, Rod Walker-fourth row: Don Daniels, Don McCulluogh, Bill Houk, Dean Tucker,
Jim Winton, Bill Buckingham, Lyle Orn:ss, Rich Munroe, Charles Natwick, Harold Williams, Archie
Oes'treich:r, Lowery Bennett--fifth row: Chuck Lindberg, Robert Lewis, Dick Cross, Bill Jones, Jack
Lundberg, Chuck Crow, Jack Garvin, Dick McDonald, Dewey Almas, Arthur Finke.
Maintaining an enrollment of I38 boys
last fall and spring enrollment of 130, the
concert band participated in many events
of the school year.
Beginning the fall season with its pre-
sentation of i'BIinstrel Jubilee" with the
Red Feathers and Color Girls in the half-
time stunt at the Merry-Go-Round game
and participating in all of the football
games and in the pre-game ceremonies at
the Shrine game, the band was a great in-
spiration to the team.
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The football stunts presented by the
band in connection with the girls' marching
units under the direction of Miss Elsa Pink-
ham drew much enthusiastic acclaim from
the football fans. An especially notable
stunt was presented at the N. C.-Gonzaga
afternoon game on November 8, when the
Color Girls, in the form of a gigantic foot-
ball, were kicked down the field by the
band to make the winning touchdown
through the goal post composed of Red
BAND-Front row, left to right: Jim Worley, Jack Coshow. Tony Cluff, Glenn Salmon, Don
Peirce, Don Rockstrom, Dick Cain, Don Holmes, Dick Lathrop, Larry Baker-second row: Gene Tyree,
Alan McReynolds, Bob Bradley, Gifford Spitzer, Earl Smith, Bruce Brotzman, Jimmy Morlan, Dale
Hundeby, Arthur Pryor, John Brewer-third row: George Swedberg, Duane Stark, Bob Lancaster,
Donald Short, Homer Croyle, Jim Wood, Albert Walker, Bob Adolfson, Darrell Osterback, John White,
Dick LaFore, Grant Walttr-fourth row: Jim Hearty, Fred Goodfellow, Steve Hill, Lee Loncosty, Don
Ernst, Bruce Short, Dave Strawn, Tom Clutter, Gerald Grob, Bob Jobb, Alan Christiansen, Raymond
King, Jack Fruit--fifth row: Dick Harder, Larry Kiser, Earl Davis, John Spry, Bob Anderson, Jack
Walter, Doug Rider, Ray Hartman, George Ferrer.
The North Central band ended the fall
semester with a pay convocation including
a line combination of both classical and
popular music. Among the selections pre-
sented were "Orpheus in the Underworld"
by Offenbach, i'Scenes from the Sierrasv by
Bennett, and Sousas "Dauntless Battalion."
Dave Hawes and Dick Hubbard were fea-
tured soloists in a piccolo and bassoon duet,
and Charles Lindberg was featured in a
23, 2? 23, Xl,
The concert band ended the first se-
mester by playing lor the Town Meeting
at Lewis and Clark on january 23. The
forty-sixth formal band concert and student
convocation was presented April 25 and 26.
Other activities for the spring semester
included an appearance at the YVashington'
State Apple Blossom Festival at Weiiztttiliee,
marching in the Memorial and Amisticc
Day parades, and a concert given at Haver-
male by a 50-piece band composed mostly
by Havermale graduates.
one hundred seo enteen
tTopJ Raggedy Ann and Andy 1Joanie Milam and Diane
Springer! slide down the haystack to the awe of the Three
1MiddIeD Barbara Crosby, as Snow White, narrates a
story to the attentive Seven Dwarfs.
fB0ttDI'l'lJ "The Prisoner's Song" is rendered by JoAnn
Lovejoy and Lillian Flower.
fBottom rightj Four brightly dressed girls: Shirley
Kooken, Marilyn McCarty, Doloixs Paggett, and Rosemary
Schneider dance the Guatemala Glide.
WVith all the festivity and sparkle of a
Broadway production, the students ol
North Central, under the direction of
Miss Elsa Pinkham and Miss Betty Gazette,
presented the ninth biennial Doll Shop.
Dolls reprcsenting nations, animals,
nursery rhymes, and many other charac-
ters worked together for months to make
the show a great success.
Many people that never appeared in
the show, spent hours of work to make
the production possible. George Theo-
dorsen and his crew set the stage and made
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the extra props that were necessary: the
art class, under the direction of Miss Ethel
Ashley and Miss Caroline Busch, painted
the setting and designed the tickets: Miss
Agnes McHugh nith the assistance of the
sixth period sewing class designed and
made the costumes: and Charles Chandler
had charge ol' ticket sales.
Barbara May portrayed the French war
bride of Earl Davis, and Lou Endsley was
constantly being pursued by Grace Mudge,
his slightly overweight admirer. George
Ferrer was the other veteran.
Three sisters visited the shop to pur-
chase a doll-Dorothy Haight, the eldest,
and Pat Sniith and Donna Evans, the
The traditional three penguins pro-
vided nierrinient throughout the program.
"The Pink Doll," written by C. Olin
Rice, has been used in every Doll Shop
and is always an outstanding dance.
Mollie Pierce was student chairman
with Dolores Straub and Ceorgene Guter
as assistants. Mary Ellen and Mary Eliza-
beth Mann were in charge of the dances
and Bernice Horch was publicity chair-
CTop lefty Front row, left to right: Pat Smith, Dorothy
Haight, and Donna Evans, who portrayed three sisters who
came to buy a doll-second row: Lou Endsley, Grace Mudge,
George Ftrrer, Barbara May, and Earl Davis.
CTopJ The Boys' Ballet group, which tripped the light
fantastic to the tune of "Wildbird."
QMiddIeJ Ted Williams toots his horn to the delight of
Jack-in-the-Box, Dorothy Mele.
fBottomJ The Top Hats closed the ninth biennial show
with their rendition of "With a Hey and a Hi and a Ho
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Surrounding Dorothy Powell, who sang the lead role of Maritana, are: Ann
Clarke, Barbara May, Virginia Evans, Mollie Pierce, and Barbara Crosby.
"Maritana," the opera composed by Wil-
liam Vincent Wallace, was the thirty-sixth
annual operetta presented at North Central.
It was presented to capacity audiences at a
matinee on December 10, and at evening
performances December ll and 12, under
the direction of YV. Stanley Taft, music de-
partment head. "Maritana" is a romantic
tale of the fusion of the aristocratic society
and the gypsies of Madrid.
At the left,
as Don Caesar
of Miss Agnes
at work at
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The story takes place in the time of King
Charles II, ruler of Spain. It incorporates
the brilliant Spanish bolero and other
fascinating dances with scenes of dueling
and an attempt at suicide.
The operetta revolves around a pretty
young girl with a lovely voice Whose name
is Maritana. The gay King Charles wanders
disguised among his people to enjoy in-
cognito their pleasures.
The dueling scene between Don Caesar and Don Jose is shown above. Don
Jose later falls from a balcony.
Other leading characters are Don Jose,
the scheming prime-minister to King
Charles, Don Caesar, a handsome son of a
noble family, and Lazarillo, a young servant
Complete cast of characters were: Doro-
thy Powell, Maritana, Earl Davis, Charles
II, Tomme Fowler, Don Jose, Gary Sand-
ers, Don Caesar, Jackie DeMers, Lazarillog
Tom Edwards, Tony, Dick Williams, Jac-
ques, Clair Hunt, Enrico, Lou Endsley,
Marquis De Montefiori, and Dorothy Mele,
Marchioness De Montefiori.
Faculty members who assisted in the pro-
duction of the operetta were: Miss Elsa
Pinkham, dances, Miss Agnes McHugh,
costumes, Miss Grace Gorton, dramatics,
Miss Ethel Ashley and Mrs. Caroline Jacobs,
stage sets and scenery, George Theodorsen,
stage crew, and Charles A. Chandler, tickets.
At the left,
Powell as the
discovers it is
she he had
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Charles Lindberg and B b M d T 1 b ,
Barbara May in a Scene ar ara ay an omme Fow er shown a ove pampering the pet
from the Class play .The horse of the Squire, Cloverleaf.
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"The Squire's Bride," a three act play by squire trying to win a young bride-anyone
Viola Zee and Charlotte B. Chorpenning, he can get. No one would marry the Squire
was presented by the senior class in October, because of his pet horse, Cloverleaf, who
directed by Miss Grace Gorton. kept coming in the house and searing pro-
This farce comedy involves a middle-aged specttive brides away.
The Squire CChar1es Lindbergh in an embarrassing predicament when L LaBerta Cliaiden aid
caught not quite 'ipresentablef' awrence ar as t e
Parson and his Wife.
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Paced by eleven returning gridmen,
the North Central aggregation furnished
strong competition for the opposing teains.
After defeating the Lewis and Clark
Tigers 6-0 in the second quarter of the
annual Merry-Go-Round, the North
Central Indians lost the championship
fourth period to the Rogers' Pirates, 12-0.
The Red and Black team started off the
season by dropping a close 9-6 decision to
the Pirates. After a scoreless first quarter,
the Pirates scored on a pass, made the con-
version, and the score stood 7-0.
The Bucs added two in the third when
a blocked Indian punt rolled back over
the goal. In the fourth, the Warriors
scored through center for the score of the
game. Rogers 9, N. C. 6.
COACHES-Left to right: Harold Thompson, John
Norby, head coachg Del J ones, George Palmer.
JIM BURSON, Co-Captain
BILL EVANS, Co-Captain
one hundred twenty-five
Building up a six-point lead from a
Bullpup fumble, the Indian team topped
a determined last-minute drive by the
Zags and came out on the long end of a
I2-6 victory over a rugged Boone Avenue
The Indians then scored in four run-
ning plays, and the Bullpups tallied on a
Weis and Evans Against L. C.
run around end to finish the first half, In
a fourth-inning race against time, the
Indians staved off a final Gonzaga drive.
N. C. 12, Gonzaga 6.
Fighting hard all the way, the Warriors
were run over by the Lewis and Clark
Tigers to the tune of 26-0 in the first
battle against the powerful South Side My
Hampered by another in jury, they were
at the Tigers' mercy, and the Bengals
scored twice in both the first and second
halves. The game ended after North
Central had intercepted a last-second pass.
L. C. 26, N. c. 0. g
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A hard-fighting Red and Black squad
defeated Rogers in their second game with A 3
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The only score of the game came in the
third quarter when the Warriors received C
a kickoff and tore off large gains. A final
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Q4 yard sprint, and the Indians were over. Crop? JOHN HUNTON, JACK DENO
CCenterJ LOWRY BENNETT, JACK SEIDEL
N' C' 6, Rogers 0' CBottomJ WALT BECKER, LARRY HALL
one hundred twenty-six
"It's A11 Yours, Buddy!"
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CCenterJ BEN LISTER, DICK ALEXANDER
CBottomD DAVE STODDARD, BOB WHIPPLE
In their second meeting, the Tigers
from Lewis and Clark broke through the
Red and Black defense to score three
touchdowns in the last half and scored a
decisive 27-7 victory.
Although the Tigers were favored by
14 points, it looked at half-time as if it
would be closer to a 14-point loss. How-
ever, the Bengal offense had not yet
started rolling. The fourth quarter showed
another T. D. and the game ended. L. C.
27, N. C. 7.
The Indians ended the season by drop-
ping a Close 19-14 decision to the Gonzaga
Bullpups in a thriller that could have gone
either way. The Red and Black team raced
66 yards for the initial score, and Gonzaga,
not to be outdone, scored on a long drive
to tie it up, 7-7.
The f'Boone Avenuersu tallied again in
the third and scampered over in the final
two minutes to make it 19-7, but the
Indians, fighting all the way, scored on
two long passes and made the extra point.
Gonzaga 19, N. C. 14.
N. C. 6--Rogers 9. N. C. 7-L. C. 27.
N. C. 12-Gonzaga 6. N. C. 14-Gonzaga 19.
N. C. 0-L. C. 26. Post-Season Game
N. C. 6-Rogers 0. N. C. 33-Wenatchee 18.
one hundred twenty-seven
COLE MCFARLAND DAVE HAWES ROCKY LATTANZIO WALT FIROR WALLY TESCH
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Hunton Crashes Through Clearing the Way
GENE BARDSLEY JACK LYONS
one hundred twenty-eight
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BOB CONRAD TRACY WALTERS
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CHUCK JONES BILL WILKINSON
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The junior Varsity ended the season in a
tie for first place honors with the Rogers
J. V.'s, each team winning five and losing
one. It was the first time in several years
that the Indian B squad had finished in the
The Jayvees lost their only game of the
season to the Pirates 7-6. This Was the first
league game for both teams. Apparently all
the Indians had to do after that was to hit
their stride. They defeated Gonzaga and
Lewis and Clark both times and triumphed
nh B .. ' th 'N d .
Over 6 UCS In 611 sewn game COACHES-Left to right: John Mai-
Don Bonamy, Howard McNew, and Jake terner: Don Bonamy, head Coach? and
Malterner coached the team, and should be Howard McNew-
complimented on the fine job they did in
their first year of Junior Varsity coaching.
N. C. G-Rogers 7. N. C. 20fGonzaga 6.
N. C. 12-Gonzaga 6. N. C. 13-L. C. 0.
N. C. IZYL. C. 7. Post Season Game
N. C. 13-Rogers 7. N. C. 2OfC. V. 0.
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Front row, left to right: Smith, Campbell, Eva, Perry, Kirk, Manchini, Lattanzio, Davis, Fram-
stad-second row: Flinn, Olsen, Lovejoy, Heber, Spratt, Roberts, Freeman, Munroe, Ytreeide, Williams,
Bratton-third row: Coach Malterner, Coach McNew, Rudisile, Materne, Hunton, Bardsley, Grob,
Bentley, Ramsey, Harder, Perry, Miller, Israel, Coach Bonamy-fourth row: O'Leary, Yhane, Coleman,
Goodwin, McKenzie, Morlan.
one hundred thirty
COACHES-Left to right: Emery
Watteg Nip Hagen, head coach, and
The frosh team this year did not have an
exceptionally good season as to wins and losses
in the city frosh league, however, they did
have a very good pre-season record of three
wins and no losses.
The Papooses lost two games, one to Gon-
zaga 7-O, and one to Lewis and Clark 6-7,
and tied their only game with Rogers, 0-0.
The Indians were always fighting, never giv-
ing ground until the superior weight and
height of the opposition ground out the yards
to the goal line.
Decisive wins were scored over the Valley
schools, first over C. V. 34-0, and then over
W. V. 35-0. The Papooses had a return game
with C. V. and beat out a hard l4-0 win over
Emery VVatte, Nip Hagen, and Bob
Barnard ably coached the frosh team this
Post Season Games City Frosh League
N. C. 34--C. V. 0. N. C. 6-I.. C. 7.
N. C. 35-W. V. 0. N. C. 0-Rogers 0.
N. C. 14-C. V. 0. N. C. 0-Gonzaga 7.
Front row, left to right: McKay, Lorango, Wilson, Saffle, Stemke, Flemming, Dunn, Duchow.
Wilson, Mgr. Skinner-second row: Msukle, Dyer, Johnson, Christiansen, Evenoff, Darling, Winkleman,
Stacey, Darling, Klavano-third row: Coach Hagen, Coach Watte, Powers, Goettel, Walker, Short, James,
Robbins, Pitcher, Armfield, Roark, Soike, Petterson, Coach Barnard, Asst. Coach Bergman.
one hundred thirty-one
THE CHAMPS-Front row, left to right: Ken Benshoof, Russ Blomgren, Don
Lewis, Don Cameron, Tracy Walters, Bill Wilkinson-second row: Manager Charlie
Carman, Bud Weis, Phil Canup, Captain Tom Perko, Lowry Bennett, Fred Martin,
Glenn Burton, Coach Bob Brumblay.
A select ten members of the team were
sent to Seattle to represent North Central
in the playoffs. Everyone of these players
saw action in the first game with Battle
Ground when the Indians piled up a de-
cisive 43-27 Win over the Tigers to go into
the second round against a strong Everett
The Seagulls were no match for the
one hundred thirty-two
strong Red and Black team that day and
went down to defeat, 39-49, advancing the
North Central quintet into the semi-finals.
Against the tourney-favored South Kit-
sap five, th: 'llribe downed a last-minute
rally to emerge on the long end of a close
43-fl-2 Win. Outfighting a strong VVildcat
team, the Red and Blacksters Won the l948
state championship, 42-37.
Principal Tewinkel Presents Trophies at Victory Convocation
Wldledlaaee Za Wdazfafzq
The Indian quintet had four strong and
determined teams to down in climbing their
way up the ladder to the State champion-
Indians-Battle Ground - The Indians
piled up a large lead in the first halt' with
a last breaking offense and dead-eye shoot-
ing. In the last quarter, Coach Bob Brum-
blay used all his substitutes, and outclassed
the Battle Ground quintet to win, 43-27.
North Central-Everett - A determined
Everett squad was downed, 49-39, in the
second round of playoffs.
North Central-South Kitsap - Decidedly
the underdogs, North Central emerged vic-
torious, 43-42, over South Kitsap in the most
thrilling game of the tournament.
Indians-Bremerton-Although leading at
halftime, 30-15, Bremerton came back in
the second half to outpoint the Indians. It
was a battle all the Way with the Indians
the victors, 42-37, over the Wildcats.
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Red and Black Quintet Honored at Presentation Banquet
one hundred thirty-three
Lewis and Clark
The 1947-48 basketball season closed in
a blaze of glory for the fighting Indians,
who, finishing second in the City-Valley
league, went on to capture the state title.
North Central finished its regular season
and post season games by winning seven
Never has a school had such a hard
fighting aggregation to represent them at
the state tournament at Seattle as did
North Central this year. Every student
of the Red and Black will remember al-
HState in '48',
one hundred thirty-fam'
Cameron Lays One In
COACH BOB BRUMBLAY
Up, Up, and Away!
ways the thrill experienced when the
Indians downed the Bremerton Wildcats,
42-37, in the finals to win the much-
coveted state championship.
Ten nienibers ol' the second place
Indian squad were chosen by Coach Bob
Bruniblay to travel to the tournament.
They were: Captain Toni Perko, Lowry
Bennett, Don Cameron, Glenn Burton,
Fred Martin, liud NVeis, Don Lewis. Bill
l'Vilkinson. Tracy lN'alters, Ken Benshoof,
and team manager Charlie Carman.
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on ' K, 9-,M N. C. ,i:a4w. V. 35. N. C. isaw. V. 37.
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one hundred thirty-six
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Front row, left to right: Campbell, Bentley, Ytreeide, Schmidt, Edwards,
Chandler-second row: Blodgett, Munroe, Thomas, Lyons, Anderberg, Eva, Klise
-third row: Rizzuto, Lobdell, Edwards, Lucas, Whiting, Cantrell, Lister.
The junior varsity hoop quintet did not The jayvees were up against some still' coni-
have the best team in the league this season,
but they did have some of the best material.
Lucas Takes One Off the Board.
petition in the City-Valley B squad league.
Coached by John Norby, the B squad had
a smooth-working team which was all too
often hampered by sickness and injury.
Playing for the tirst time on the big armory
maplecourts may have added to the tension
ol' the players who were not used to such
courts: but the Indians battled on. The B
squad ended the season in fourth place,
having four wins and six losses.
Regular starters were: Burt Lucas, Chuck
Chandler, Dick Edwards, and Gen: Lister.
lliey were ably backed by substitutes: Bob
Ytreeide, Jim Thomas, John Edwards, Bill
Klise, Jack Lyons, and Merlyn Anderberg.
one hundred thirty-seven
Front row, left to right: Mgr. Davis-second row: Stacey, Duchow, Flemming,
Darling, Boyd, Darling-third row: Coach Watte, Hancock, Evenoff, Ericksen, Walker,
Short, McKay, Head Coach Hagen.
The freshman basketball team which Won
17 of the 20 games played, is indeed a credit
to North Central. The boys, coached by
Nip Hagen, tied for first place in the city
frosh league, winning five and losing one.
This loss to Gonzaga put the Bullpups in
a tie with the Indians, who then triumphed
over the Boone Avenuers in a return en-
The starting five usually consisted of
Keith Darling, Rod lNalker, Creighton Dar-
ling. Virgil Duehow. Bill McKay, Dick
Stacey, and Don Flemming. High scorers
for the season were Rod VValker, Virgil Du-
ehow, and Keith Darling.
This year the team was very small in sta-
one hundred thirty-eight
ture but big in fight. Three of the starting
five were only 5' 5" tall, but what they
lacked in height was made up in scrappiness.
Walker Makes Two for Frosh.
COACHES-Left to right: Del Jones, assistant coachg Don
Bonainy, head coach.
Fielding an excellent defensive and hard-
hitting aggregation, Coach Don Bonan1y's
Indian nine are out this spring to down all
opposition and vie for top honors in the
city baseball league.
The Indians' starting lineup is usually
composed of Bob Kuehl on the initial sack,
Ken Benshoof at second, Glenn Burton at
third, and Don Cameron, shortstop. Starters
in the outfield are: Jack Lyons, left field,
Bud W'eis, center field, and Larry Bigleinan
in right field. Pitching duties are handled
by Bill lfVilkinson, Don Osborn, Walt
F iror, and Stan F ramstad. Heading the
catchers are Chuck Jones, Bill Joy, Bob
Keen, Dave Strawn, and Bob Firor.
The Indians opened their season April
22, when they played the Gonzaga Bullpups
on their home grounds.
if JACK LYONS KEN BENSHOOF
GLENN BURTON DON CAMERON
one hundred thirty-nine
JIM GILLOGLY JACK SEIDEL CHUCK JONES BUD VVEIS
DAVE HAwEs Bos WHIPPLE FRED MARTIN CHUCK CHANDLER
one hundred forty
BOB KUEHL WALT BECKER LARRY BIGLEMAN
STAN FRAMSTAD ROGER HUNT WALT FIROR DAVE STRAWN
one hundred forty-one
Front row, left to right: Bossio, Bender, Holmberg, McFarland, Stickel, Weis, B. Brown, Nelson,
Hornburg, Ytreeide, Simpson, Tesch, Stewart, R. Collins-second row: Johnson, McDonald, J. Roberts,
Barth,Cambel1PddkL.BkrEBdl C t1lL.C11' L't Sh V k
p , a oc , ec e , . ar sey, an re , o ins, is er, ort, an Au en,
Flinn, Tronsen-third row: Asst. Mgr. W. Baker, Schudel, Gaby, Snider, W. Klise, J. Klise, James,
L. Bardsley, Curtis, McHargue, S. Smith, N. Smith, Duchow, Rousell, Wirsch-fourth row: Bailey,
McKeever, Oberhau, Purcell, E. King, Gossett, J. Williams, Dyer, O'Connor, Browning, Armfield, Fruit,
Dunn, Morrill, Heber, Pixley-fifth row: Asst. Coach Howard McNew, Hamlin, D. Brown, Haskell, Shaw,
P. Baker, Nyberg, Groon, Lunde, Hills, Held, Hemphill, McReynolds, Salmon, Coach Guy O. Barnes
-sixth row: Asst. Mgr. Bauman, Mgr. Hahn, Woodbury, Tuttle, Bursch, I. Roberts, Brewer, Hudson,
E. Gilliam, C. Gilliam, Devine, Mueller.
The Red and Black cindermen have a
very good chance of copping the city title
this spring, being backed by nine returning
lettermen from last year's championship
Coached by Guy U. Barnes, veteran
Indian track mentor, the squad has a very
bright outlook on a successful campaign.
The Indians traveled to Pullman, April IO,
for the annual high school pre-season invita-
tional meet where they finished in third
place. North Central did not enter partici-
pants in four events because of the illness of
several tracksters. As a result, the Indians
one hundred forty-two
were lacking eight points of first-place
The cinderinen lllCL and defeated the
Gonzaga track squad in the opening meet
of the city league. 81-23. The Redmen
took all three places in the pole-vault, shot-
put, high jump, and the 100-yard dash.
Dick Collins led the Tribe to victory
scoring I3 points closely followed by Speed
Merchant Wally Tesch with IIM1.
The squad was hampered by the loss of
Kenny Nelson, track team captain and star
miler for the Red and Black. Kenny
suffered an injured leg in pre-season
practice and was out for the whole season.
Van Aulvn and L. Becker watch Ace miler, Ken Nelson, Roland Smith in the high jump.
M:Farland put the shot. in action.
CROSS COUNTRY-Front row, left to right: Bender, Bossio, L.
Collins, Nelson, D. Collins, Holmberg, Barth-second row: Devine, Nyman,
Snider, Feske, R. King, Hunt-third row: Mgr. W. Baker, Couch, Upp,
O'Connor, J. Klise, Coach Guy O. Barnes.
Dick Collins and Gene Lister leap Veteran vaulter, Homburg, Ytrecide goes Hover the top."
the hurdles. skims the bar.
one hundred forty-three
The Indian golf team, coached by Walter C. Hawes and headed
by two returning lettermen to this year's squad, became stronger
and more experienced as the season progressed.
Composed of Captain Carl Funseth, Jim Norton, Dale Brunette.
Jim Tefft, Frank Wfclls, and Duane Brunette, the team rapidly ap-
proached chanipionship caliber and gave tough competition to
all of the city league entrants.
The Redskins dropped their first tilt to a strong Lewis and
Clark squad but bounced back the next week by defeating a good
Hayden Lake sextet.
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BOYS' GOLF-Front row, lgft to right: Lowell Caruso, Jim Norton, Bob Good-
win, Carl Funseth, Jack Stephens, Ward Sligh-second row: Bill Bell, George Orth,
Jim Tefft, Vern Christie, Charles Natwick, Frank Wells.
one hundred forty-four
The tennis team, backed by four returning lettermcn, has a
strong chance of winning the city league title this year. Rogers,
the defending champions, will be the strongest compgtitors for
honors and are favored to down the Indians.
The league this year consists of double round robin matches,
that is, each team will play the other teams two times. North
Central played Gonzaga in the opening match at Mission Park,
The four returning lettermen this year are Lyle Emch, jim
Lee, John Lee, and Rich Munroe, backed by Bob Fasig,
Holien, and Jim Thomas.
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Left The Lees Jim and
BOYS' TENNIS-Front row, left to right: Homer Croyle, Bus Powell, Jim
Moore, Dan Allen, Jim Thomas, Bob Fasig, Mickey McHargue, Don Reichert--second
row: Roy Holien, Tom Evans, Jim Lee, Lyle Emch, Alvin Byrne, John Lee, Darrell
Kuelprnan, Don Lane, Bill Young, Bob Mudge, Moe McDonald.
one hundred forty-five
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The Intramural sports program, headed
by lfVarren Riopelle, has been of major
importance this year at North Central.
The program featured flag football dur-
ing the fall season and basketball and soft-
ball in the spring. Several minor activities
such as wrestling, tumbling, swimming,
horseshoes, and handball were included
one hundred forty-eight
WAR ons' BASKETBALL
under the Sports For All program. Awards
were presented to the winners in each sport.
lNinning the football title was Lowell C.
Bradford's home room, while basketball
honors were won by the sophomore class.
Intramural sports letters were presented to
the members of the winning teams with en-
graved plaques presented to the home room
one hundred forty-nine
GIRLS' GOLF-fupper panel! Front row, left to right: Susan Mor-
row, Mae Louise Olson, Georgene Guter, Shirlee McGee, Dorothy Swank,
Wllhelmine Timm-second row: Shirley Lambert, Ann
Moe, Lois Denzer, Margery Nobles, Eleanore Davidson
-third row: Rae Marie Roble, Noreen Hunter, Louise
Tollefsen, Lucille Wieder, Marilyn Laughbon, Donna
FALL-flower leftj Left to right: Norma Lea
Dolores Prather, manager.
SPRING-flower rightl Left to right: Shirlee McGee, managerg
Georgene Guter, captain.
one hundred fifty
Twice a week- the "Indian
llVagon" delivers a load of North
Central girls at Down River golf
course for their lessons from Neil
Christian, professional golfer.
The advance class is required to
play eighteen holes a Week and the
beginners, nine, according to Miss
Wilhelmine Timm, instructor.
Miss Elsa Pinkham, Miss Betty Ga-
zette, and Miss Eleanor Peterson
assist Miss Timm.
The girls' tennis team won the
city league championship for the
third time last fall by defeating
Rogers 14-l and Lewis -and Clark
Bobbe Hansen, fall captain, was
assisted by Delores Bellmont and
Donna W'eisenburger, who were
the managers at the beginning of
the season. When Donna moved
to California, Leslie Jean Nelson
took her place.
A record number of girls turned
out in the spring under the leader-
ship of Miss Elsa Pinkham and Miss
Betty Gazette, instructors, and
Dorothy DuChene, the new cap-
GIRLS' TENNIS-Cupper panell Front row, left to right:Tibbitts, De-
Freese, Milam, Springer, Barnhart, Hansen, DuChene, Harris, Lamber-
son, Free, Mitcham-second row: Lee, Gleason, Allen, Nienau, Liggett,
Elsa Pinkham, Keiner, Chichester, Jacoy, Ruby, McReynolds-third row:
Nelson, Bigham, Phillips, Cochran, Horch, Geschwinder, Olson, Althouse,
FALL-flower lefty Left to right: Shirley Feeder, manager, Leslie
Nelson, manager, Dorothy DuChene, captain.
SPRING-Qlower rightj Left to right: Bobbe Hansen, captain,
Delores Bellmont, manager, Leslie Nelson, manager.
one hundred fifty-one
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BADMINTON-fupper panelb left to right: Rosenstein, Chi-
chester, Nienau, McKenzie, Fisher, French, Straub, Bigham,
Fields, Linder, Lindberg, Kippen, Mosso, Babcock, Martello-
second row: McBride, Cook, Schussler, Althouse, Bemis, La-
Rue, Kooken, Proper, Lane, Nelson, Bennett, Denison, Milam,
Springer, Gray, Nienau, Mills, Hamilton-third row: Krokom,
Carr, Widman, Lee, Palmer, Phelps, Hoefner, Sullivan, Grady,
Sells, Coon, Ruhling, Gilmore, Brewer, Pelleberg, Doggett, Allen,
Allen, Murray, Heinzerling, Nordland, Dunlap-fourth row:
Pittman, Perkins, Mitcham, McKelvey, Colony, Bennett, Taber,
Bellmon, Allen, Olson, McGee, Stromme, Sperry, Matthews,
Ring, Nevins, Fisken, Groom, Cochran, Reehl.
MANAGERS-flower panelb Left to right: Marilyn Shields,
one hundred fifty-two
Badminton season started March 8 with
about 130 girls turning out. Miss Betty
Gazette was coach and Dorothy Haight and
Marilyn Shields were managers for the
double elimination tournament.
ln the finals, Dorothy DuChene defeated
Dorothy Allen to Win the title of "singles
champ." Geri Proper and Joyce Lee were
also defeated in the finals by Dorothy Du-
Chene and Dorothy Allen, doubles champs.
Eight girls entered the West Valley
Tournament, March 26. They were:
Dorothy Allen, Dolores Straub, Dorothy
DuChene, Maxene Lee, Delores Bellinont,
Delores French, Marilyn Colony, and Joyce
Six girls' basketball teams, under the di-
rection of Miss Betty Gazette and managed
by Shirley Feeder and Joanie Dunham,
played over 40 games throughout the
The sophomore "Stanley Steamers," cap-
tained by Joyce Lee and Jerri Kippen,
emerged victorious with six games won and
one lost. The 'iSeniors" and the 'ABas-
keteers" tied for second place, and 'Shields'
Hot Shots" were third.
Joyce Lee led the individual scorers with
a total of 50 points for the season. Her
closest follower was Bobbe Hansen who had
32 points. Beverly Bennett made 26 points
and Shirley Nevin, 24.
BASKETBALL-fupper panell Front row, left to right:
Loan, Harmon, Marlow, Straub, Phelps, Kelly, Sebring, Kippen,
Lee, Ruhling, Cook, Bombino, Dunham, Feeder, Langdon, Coch-
ran, Enderson, Gleason, Slevin-second row: Crowe, Werham,
Williams, Mehulky, Stevenson, Fairchild, Alberg, Achre, Pease,
Seiser, Orness, Dubray, Coleman, Proper, Shields, Haight,
Swank, Nienau, Hansen-third row: Schussler, Harvey, Olson,
McGee, Bennett, Davis, Hoefner, Carr, Levick, McKenzie,
Nelson, Bennett, Loan, McBride, Easterwood, King, Lindberg,
Hartnett-fourth row: Shearer, Colony, Althouse, Mitcham,
Peterson, Blair, Wilson, Piccollo, Johnson, Coberly, Cash, Gil-
more, Mills, Nevin, Corbin, Hartman, Allen, Allen, McCamant,
THE WINNERS-flower panell Lelt to right: Jeanne King,
Jerri Kippen, Joyce Lee, Nadine Ruhling-second row: Pat
Wilson, Mary Ann Loan, Carol McBride, Dorothy Swank,
Frances Bennett-third row: Harriet Blair, Marilyn Peterson,
Sunshine Gilmore, Doris Nelson, Leta Cook.
one hundred fifty-three
TOP TEAMS-Front row, left to right: Kathleen Bigham,
Sunshine Gilmore, Joan Cochran, Dixie Lee McMurray, Shirley
Hinkle, Dorothy Cosby, Joanie Milam-second row: Frances Ben-
nett, Joyce Lee, Nadine Ruhling, Dolores Straub, Fay Woodward,
Shirley Farrell, Jeanne Lamberson-third row: Doris Nelson,
Natalie Mills, Shirley Nevin, Sally Jo Langdon, Jeanne King,
Phyllis Lane, Mary Piccolo.
one hundred fifty-four
MANAGERS-ileftj Front row, lift to right: Dorothy Cosby, Shirley Hinklc
Joanie Milam-second row: Beverly Bennett, Dolly Sullivan, Rosie Davis.
VOLLEYBALL-Qbelowb Front row, left to right: Krokom, Krom, Fields, Badden
Phi ips, VanSchoorl, May, Pratt, Hartman, Saiter-second row: Hoefner, Davis, Tarvin
Reilly, Mann, Coon, Mann, Rutt, Haight, Proper, Shields, Schussler-third row: Gra-
ham, Mitcham, Althouse, Smith, Grady, Doggett, Olson, Wegner, Smothers, Carr, Nie-
nau, Fenn-fourth row: Montgomery, Widman, Fisher, Quam, Meyers, Symmonds
Tanner, Frothlick, Hunton, Bennett, Silk.
Volleyball season began February 9,
with over 130 girls chosen and aproxi-
mately 30 games were played.
"Tall Valliesf Captained by Dixie Mc-
Murray, was the winning team with
eight wins and one loss. A'Rosie's Home
Brew," eaptained by Rosie Davis, was
second with seven wins and two losses.
The 'ASacketeers" were third, closely
followed by 'iKrums Killersfi The "Gal-
loping Goofs" and "Mi1am's Monkeys"
tRightJ Kathleen- Bigllzam xgwn in a running front dive
,N - xx
ADVANCED SWIMMING-fbelowj Frqilt ow, left to rghtt Frances Bennett,
Joyce Pratt, Kathleen Bigham, Barbara Bul1rx:h, Doris Nelson, Cathie Jo McKenzie,
Leta Cook-second row: Sally Johnson, Audrey Hunt, Carol McBride, Shirley Dunlap
Maureen Cluff, Donna Lee Pittman, Noreen Hunter.
After-school swimming class cli-
maxed its season with an interclass
swimming meet in May.
The meet, under the direction of Miss
Betty Gazette, assistant girls' P. E. in-
structor, consisted of diving, relays,
plunging for distance, and back stroke.
The life saving class meets every
Weclnesday, period 4. Demonstrations
are given by Red Cross instructors.
LIFE SAVING-Front row, left to right: Cathie Jo Mc-
Kenzie, Mary Unger, Georgene Guter, Joanie Milam, Diane
Springer, Mae Louise Olson-second row: Leta Cook, Nadine
Ruhling, Delores Straub, Ellen Mann, Elizabeth Mann, Bever-
one hundred fifty-five
"Skating, skating, over th
e glistening icen-undoubtedly the
theme so " '
ng of the dancing,
tralites, from October l to
Parade of '48," which closed
Girls are given credit for
iigure-eight minded North Cen-
the very last minute oi the hlce
ie gym lesson lor skating three
or more hours.
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Here's a sport in which one can reall
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Among skating enthusiasts are Beulah Easterwood and
Bernadine Bartleson, who skated in state meets in April, and
a special show in November, as dit if
l Beverly Howard. Others
Gohrman, Coty Klooz, Bob
y 1 rague, Jim Keller, and Dorothy
enjoying the sport are: Cecil
Clossin, David Pencosk ', Pit P
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Donna Hyer: "Well, I sneeze everytime it Wants me
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Worm: A caterpillar with a shave.
Steam: Water gone crazy over the heat.
Rush Hour: When traffic is at a standstill.
Minor Operation: One performed on someone else.
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Mae L. Olson: "Why don't you park the car by this
Don Reichert: "You're not allowed to park here."
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While a young mother was bathing her baby, a
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The child was holding a doll minus an arm and leg.
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one hundred sixty-two
Two golfers, strangers to each other, met while
playing on the golf links.
"See the girl over there wearing slacks?" said one.
"Imagine her parents allowing her to appear in clothes
like that. Just copying men's clothes."
"That, sir, is my daughter," said the second golfer.
"Oh, pardon me, I'm sorry. I didn't know you were
"I'm not, I'm her mother."
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Bill Wilkinson: "I should say. He fills my teeth
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JoAnn Lovejoy: "Why are the skies clearer over
New York city than London?"
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for a long time asked where he was. A big drop of
ink said, "I thought you knew. Your brother is in the
pen finishing a long sentence."
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Chuck Chandler: "I call my girl iPeach.' "
Danny Blodgett: "Why? So sweet?"
Chuck: "No, she has a heart of stone."
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Despite his funny stances.
I'd have a place to put the junk.
My girl hands me at dances.
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girls have changed the subject."
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Fred Martin: "Butch paid me my dime."
Ronn Bossio: "Then pay me my nickel."
Fred: HWait until I finish the rest of my dream."
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Beverly Gibbons fentertaining her latest man at
dinner with the familyjz 'tSister, why didn't you put
a knife and fork at Joe's place?'
Little sister: 'tDidn't think he needed it. You said
he eats like a horse."
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exactly as I told you."
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