North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA)
- Class of 1949
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June, Nineteen Hundred and Forty-Nine
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students as clisciplinlzarian
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Muriel L. Allison Edward E. Anderson Mary R. Bacon R. A. Baldwin Robert Barnard
Guy O. Barnes Verna C. Betz Bertha Boehme Donald Bonamy Theodore Boyett
Lowell C. Bradford Vern Broadwell Pearl Butler Grace Campbell Roy Carriker
As graduates, we leave many memories . . .
BIURIEL l.. ALI.IHflN
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DIARY R. BACON
Adviser, Amores Librorum
lt. A. BALDWIN
Chairman, January Graduation
Assistant, Frosli Coach
J une Graduation Committee
Gvv O. BARNES
Boys' P. E.
XIERNA C. BE'rz
P.-T. A. Membership
School Finance Committee
Modern Languages, Head
Adviser, La Tertulia
Adviser, Red Cross
Community Drives Committee
Home Room Committee
June Graduation Committee
Head of Boys' P. E., Athlet
I.0W'ELL C. Bu.-xiii-'oiw
Director of Bands
Adviser, Boys' Federation
Adviser, A. S. C.
Adviser, Conduct Board
Athletic Convocation Committee
Home Room Committee
Head, English Committee
Community Drive Committee
Cross-Country Advisory Committee Rov CARRIKER
Track Athletic Convocation Committee Vocational and Social
January Graduation Committee Community Drives Committee Counselor
Social Studies Head
9th Grade Social Studies
Community Drives Committee
.IUIIN T. CIIRISTENSON
Adviser, Commercial Club
Ill'ILEN L. CLEVELAND
A. S. C. Adviser
Girls' League Adviser
Faculty Social Committee
Home Room Committee
IJELORIS J. IJAHLBERG
General Convocation Committee
A. S.,C. Adviser
Faciilty Social Committee
P.-T. A. Program Committee
"B" Squad Basketball
Frosh Football Coach
Frosh Baseball Coach
Home Room Committee
E. C. FRAZIER
Faculty Handbook Committee
our alliance with the faculty,
Head, Home Ee.
Community Drives Committee
Chairman, Committee to
Entertain Board and
F. H. A. Co-Adviser
Chairman, Community Drives
"B" Squad Basketball
Charles Chandler John T. Christenson Velma Clausen Helen L. Cleveland Deloris J, Dahlberg
Patricia Damon Alvin Danielson W. Diedrick Gladys Dunphy E. C. Frazier
Bessie Graham James Griggs Guy Griswold Kenneth Hagen Lucile Hawes
Ruth Hetherington Evelyn Hill Ernest L. Hix Robert Hoesly Jean Illsley
Bryson Jaynes Del Jones Agnes McHugh Mary McKenna Howard L. McNew
Christine McRae John Malterner A. A. Manfred Kenneth Mhyre Christine Neuman
As teachers, they ,ve given knowledge, advieeg
Girls' P. E.
June Graduation Commitlcc
June Graduation Committee
Community Drives Committee
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Athletic Convocation Committee
.EIINPIST L. Hix
llcad. Science Dept.
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Committee to Entertain Board
9th Grade Civic Committee
January Graduation Committee
VVardrobe Adviser for Oper-
etta, Doll Shop, and Spring
Quill and Scroll Adviser
Chairman, School Publicity
Howlaau I.. McNr:w
Home Room Committee
Song and Yell Committee
June Graduation Committee
Community Drives Committee
Football "B" Squad
A. A. lx'lANFRED
"B" Squad Athletics
Art Club Adviser
Tamarack Art Adviser
F. H. A. Adviser
Committee to Entertain Board
Cllairman, Street Lockers
Chairman, Fire Safety
Head Football Coach
June Graduation Committee
P. H. NYGAARD
Mathematics Club Adviser
Community Drives Committee
AIARY K. PAULSON
Song and Yell Committee
Girls' P. E. Head
Adviser, Red Feathers
Song and Yell Committee
Couununity Drives Committee
Girls, Varsity Athletics
C. R. RANDALL
Chairman, Audio Visual
Faculty Social Committee
Chairman, Faculty Social
VV. J. RIOPELLPI
Sports for All, Director
Adviser, French Club
Chairman, 9B Social Studns
LORNA JANE SCHAEFER
.lune Graduation Committee
STANLEY VV. TAFT
Community Drives Committee
Chairman, Operetta Committcr
as friends, a helping hand and inspiration.
Paul Neuman John Norby P. H. Nygaard Mary K. Paulson Edward Phinnev
Elsa Pinkham C. R. Randall Margaret Rawlings W. J. Riopelle John Rodkey
Ruth Rozell Lorna Jane Schaefer George Smith Violet Starkweather W. Stanley Taft
Frances Theis George Theodorson Harold H. Thompson
Wilhelmine Timm Paul Tobie Ruth Winkley
They 've been ever willing and eager to serve
Adviser, Latin Club
Head, Industrial Arts
Chairman, School Finance
Chairman, Stage Committee
June Graduation Committee
Community Drive Committee
J une Graduation Committee
Home Room Committee
N. C. P.-'l'. A. Treasurer
HARo1,D H. TIIoMPsoN
Footliall Coach, Assistant
June Graduation COIIlIlllttC'C
Cliairman, Faculty Hancllmook
I"acuIt'y arl1visr'rs confer upon sflulenf acffuifirfx and prolzlvnls.
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The faculty honors Nliss Emma Flarke 'with a farewrfll tra.
Toivi B1iowN, I resident HELBIN C1-1ANnL1-zu, Vice I resident
In remembrance of the January Class of '49
Anderson, Eleanor Louise Fine Arts
Library Representative 1, Library Worker 1, 2, Big
Cousin 1, 2, Horizon Club 1, 2, Color Girl 2, Art Club
2, Amores Librorum 1, 2, 3, News Representative 4,
Girls' League Representative 4, News Staff Feature
Editor 4, Tamarack Staff 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Junior
Press Club 4, Girls' League Honor Roll three times.
Anderson, Lenhard Albert Industrial Arts
News Representative 1, 2.
Babbitt, Carol eane Music
A.S.C. 2, 3, President 4, Central Council 2, 3, 4,
Amores Liborum 2, Secretary 3, 4, Vox Puellarum 2,
3, 4, Dasidrian 1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Committee 2, 3, 4,
Color Girls 1, President 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Big
Cousin 2, 3, 4, Operetta 1, 3, Doll Shop 2, 4, Spring
Pageant 3, Girls' League Honor Roll eight times,
Senior A Honor Roll.
Anderson, Eleanor Louise
Anderson, Lenhard Albert
Babbitt, Carol Jeane
Baker, Walter R.
Barks. Richard A.
Belmont, Delores Juliann
Baker, Walter R. Mechanical Drawing
Band 1, 2, 3, Warriors 4, A. S. C. 4, Tamarack Rep-
resentative 1, News Representative 2, Dance Com-
mittee 3, Hi-Nite Council 3, Cross Country 3, Manager
4, Football 2.
Barks, Richard Allison Social Studies
Football 1, 2, Basketball 1.
BCllIIl0Ilt, Delores M ath., Foreign Languages
Graduated in 31!2 years, A. S. C. 4, Central Council
4, Athletic Board 3, 4, Red Feathers 3, 4, Color Girls
2, Math Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice President 4,
Latin Club 3, 4, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Manager 2, Let-
ter 3, Black Star 4, All-Activity Shield 3, Senior A
Honor Roll, Spring Pageant 2, Doll Shop 3, Library
Worker 1, 2, Home Room President 3, Gym Office
Monitor 4, Girls' League Honor Roll six times.
Hl':I.icN Cnoslxv Secrzfiarl JEROME STEPHENSON Treasurer
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who are now taking their place in the world,
Belshaw, Jacqueline Rosetta
Bill, Donna Jean
Brown, LaVone Katherine
Brown, Thomas K.
Burns, Martin Samson
Belshaw, Jacqueline Rosetta Commercial
A. S. C. 1, 4, Central Council 1, 4, Girls' League
Representative 1, 3, 4, Red Feathers 4, News Rep-
resentative l, 2, Vox Puellarum 3, Secretary 4, Spring
Pageant 3, D011 Shop 1, 3, Operetta 1, 3, 4, Choir 1,
3, 4, Social Service Chairman 4, Senior Counselor 4,
Big Cousin 4, Library Monitor 3, Library Representa-
Bill, Donna jean History
Locker Monitor 1, 2, 3, Big Cousin 1, 2, 3.
Brewer, Barry Math, Science
Transferred from Roosevelt High School, Seattle,
Tennis 2, Better North Central Committee 3, News
Staff 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Federation Council 4.
Brown, L21 VOIIC Social Studies
Library Monitor 1, 2, Fiction Book Monitor 2, Slip
Collector 3, Horizon Club 2, Big Cousin 1, 2.
BI'0WI1, Th0lTlaS K. Science, Math.
Senior A Class President, Editor of the Tamarack 3,
Boys' Federation 2, 4, A. S. C. 4, Conduct Board Presi-
dent 4, Junior Press Club 3, President 4, Quill and
Scroll 3, Vice President 4, N. C. I-li-Y 2, 3, 4, News
Staff Photographer 3, School Finance Committee 4,
Traffic Squad 2, 3, Senior A Honor Roll.
Burns, Martin Samson Mechanical Drawing
Bussee, Glenn Clayton
Cameron, Robert H.
Cannata, Louise Lillian
Carey, Colleen Lee
Chandler, Helen Lorraine
Clark, Grace Marie
Cluff, Anthony David
Crosby, Helen Barbara
Curtis, Lewis Horton
Cushner, James N.
Deuter, Joel Hermon
Dickey, Donna Mae
we dedicate this section of the Tamarack.
Busse, Glen Main
Graduated in 314 yearsg Band 1, 2, 3, 43 Senior A
Cameron, Robert Wood Shop, History
Canllata, Louise Lillian Home Economics
Library Monitor 13 Roll Checker 2, 33 Big Cousin 1,
2, 3, 43 Senior Counselor 4.
CaI'Cy, Colleen Home Economics
Spring Pageant lg Tennis Team 13 Vox Puellarum
1, 2, 3.
Chandler, Helen Fine Arts
All-Activity Letter 43 Color Girl 23 Red Feather 43
Central Council 43 A. S. C. 43 Spring Pageant 33 Doll
Shop 43 Totem In Chairman 43 Senior Counselor 43
Art Club Sergeant at arms 3, Treasurer 43 Locker
Monitor 2, 43 Gym Office Monitor 43 Student Faculty
Con Committee 43 Girls' League Honor Roll two times.
Clark, Grace Marie Science
Color Girl Secretary 23 Vox Puellarum 2, 3, Vice
President 43 Quill and Scroll 3, President 4, News
Editor of the News 4, Managing Editor 43 Junior Press
Club 43 League Floor Chairman 33 A. S. C. 3, 43 Cen-
tral Council 3, 4g All-Activity Letter 43 Chairman Red
Feather 43 Senior A Honor Roll.
Cluff, AI1tl'l0Ily Foreign Languages
Graduated in 31,4 yearsg Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 23 Band 1, 2, 33 Ground Squad 33 Doll Shop
Orchestra 33 Pep Band 33 Intramural Football
Crosby, Helen Barbara Commercial
Color Girls 23 Song Leader 3, 43 Choir 2, 3, Presi-
dent 43 Three Fives 2, 3, 43 Central Council 43 A. S. C.
43 Spring Pageant 33 Student Faculty Con Committee
43 All-Activity Letter 43 Athletic Board 43 Girls'
League Honor Roll six times.
Curtis, Lewis Science, Math
Warriors 43 Track 43 Latin Club 33 Ground Squad
33 Traffic Squad 43 Boys' Federation 4.
CllShDCf, James Science, Math, Social Studies
Transferred from Murray High School, St. Paul,
Minn.3 Ground Squad 4.
Deuter, joel Science, Math
Ground Squad 43 Boys Federation Representative
33 Home Room Sports Representative 3, 43 Debate
Team 43 Intramural Basketball 43 Flagball 3.
Dickey, Donna History
Roll Checker 1, 2, 33 Big Cousin 1, 23 Hall Proctor 13
Red Cross Representative 13 Library Representative
13 Office Messenger 1: Girls' League Honor Roll once.
DOIl0VaIl, Mildred Social Studies
Graduated in 31!2 years5 News Representative 25
Girls' League Representative 1, 35 Red Cross Repre-
sentative 25 Big Cousin 2, 35 A. S. C. 35 Library Repre-
sentative 2, 35 Y-Teen 1, 2, President 35 Doll Shop 15
Senior Counselor 45 Gym Office Monitor 45 Hall Proc-
tor 45 Home Room Vice President 2.
Dwinell, Robert Rolf Social Studies
A. S. C. 1, 2, Vice President 45 Dance Committee 45
Hi-Nite Council 45 Home Room President 3, 45 N. C.
Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, President 45 Fire Squad 25 Sports Edi-
tor of The N. C. News 4, Business Manager 4, Ad
Staff 45 Prom Committee Chairman 45 Junior Press
Club 45 Quill and Scroll 4.
Edmonds, Donald Wayne Math
Cross Country 25 Ground Squad 35 Boys' Federa-
tion Representative 4.
Eilmes, John R. Math
Football 25 Track 3, 45 Cross Country 2, 35 Hi-Y 3, 4.
Endsley, Louis Oliver Social Studies
Operatta 3, 45 Doll Shoo Lead 45 Class Play 4: Home
Room Vice President 35 Hall Proctor 35 Boys' Federa-
tion Representative 45 Convocation Committee 45
Essick, Joyce Home Economics
Roll Checker 25 Office Worker 3, 45 Big Cousin 25
Girls' League Honor Roll two times.
Evans, Virginia Home Economics
Three Fives 2, 3, 4, Secretary 35 Art Club 3, 45
Treasurer 35 Red Feathers 3, 45 Operatta 2, 3, Lead 45
Doll Shop 45 Thespian Historian 45 Home Economics
Club 3, 45 A. S. C. 45 Central Council 45 Red Cross
Representative 35 Girls' League Representative 45
Locker Commissioner 45 Choir 2, 3, President 45
Spring Pageant 35 Senior Counselor 45 Girls' League
Quartet 3, 45 Sports Princess Attendant 45 Senior A
Fish, Barbara Iearlne Home Economics
Color Girl 25 Big Cousin 45 Gym Office Monitor 45
Roll Checker 45 News Representative 25 Home Room
Frace, Barbara Io Ann Commercial
Big Cousin 2, 3, 45 Home Room Treasurer 45 Library
Worker 2, 3, 4.
FI'CI'lCh, Delores Althea Home Economics
Hall Proctor 45 Baseball 2, 35 Badminton 2, 3, 45
Basketball 2, 35 Track 2, 3, 45 Library Represenative 2.
Frost, CaI'0l Deane Home Economics
Library Representative 15 Red Cross Representative
25 Color Girls 15 Spring Pageant 35 Doll Shop 2, 45
Operetta 1, 3, 45 Vox Puellarum 2, 3, 45 A. S. C. 45 Cen-
tral Council 45 All-activity Letter 35 Quill and Scroll
Secretary-Treasurer 45 The News Staff 3, 4, Ad Man-
ager 45 Tamarack Associate Editor 45 Junior Press
Club 45 Song Leader 2, 3, Chairman 45 Senior Coun-
selor 45 Girls' League Honor Roll eight times5 Senior
A Honor Roll.
Geschwinder, Shirley Ann Home Economics
Color Girls 1, 25 Red Feathers 3, 45 Vox Puellarum
3, 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Hi-Nite Council President 45
Tennis Team 2, 35 A. S. C. 1, 45 Central Council 1, 45
Doll Shop 2, 45 Con Deputy 2, 35 Dance Committee 2,
3, Chairman 45 News Staff 3, 45 Spring Pageant 35
Senior Editor Tamarack Staff 45 Girls' League Honor
Roll eight times.
They have been active in school produetionsg
Dwinell, Robert Rolf
Edmonds, Donald Wayne
Eilmes, John Richard
Endsley, Louis Oliver
Essick, Frances Joyce
Evans, Virginia Mae
Fish, Barbara Jeanne
Frace, Barbara JoAnne
Frost, Carol Deane
Geschwinder, Shirley Ann
Gothberg, Donald Sidney
Hagen, Lois Elizabeth
Hagan, Phillip Jerome
Hahn, Donald Kenneth
Harder, Richard Joseph
Harte, Clare A. Jr.
Harris, Shirley May
Hawker, Donald G.
Hunt, Elmer Edwin Jr.
Ingham, Shirley Lou
Ingham, Vivian Lee
in athletic and in their scholastic endeavors.
Gothberg, Donald Sidney Science g
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, Football 1, 2, Boys'
Federation Representative 1, 2, 3, News Representa-
tive 4: Home Room President 1, 2.
Hagen, Lois Elizabeth Home Economics
Transferred from Lewis and Clark High School,
Color Girls 2 ,Red Feathers 3, Color Guard 4, Amores
Librorum 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Home Economics Club
President 3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Spring Pageant 2, Oper-
etta 3, 4, A. S. C. 3, 4, Central Council 3, 4, Big Cousin
3, Girls' League Secretary 4, Library Representative
3, 4, All-activity Letter 4, Senior A Convocation Com-
mittee Chairman 4, Girls' League Honor Roll six
times, Senior A Honor Rol.
Hagen, Phillip Jerome Manual Arts
Graduated in 31!z years.
Hahn, Donald Kenneth Industrial Arts
Track Manager 4.
Harder, Richard Joseph
Graduated in 31f2 years, Football 3, 4, Track 2,
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Orchestra 4.
Hart, Clare A. Jr. History
Operetta 2, 3, 4, Choir Vice President 4.
Harris, Shirley May Commercial, Fine Arts
Graduated in 3112 years, A. S. C. 1, 3, 4, Central
Council 1, 3, 4, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Song Leader 1,
2, 3, Chairman 4, Spring Pageant 2, Doll Shop 3,
Big Cousin 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Representative 1, 2,
3, Library Representative 1, Con Deputy 4, Art Club
1, 2, Vox Puellarum 3, 4, Athletic Board 4, Girls'
League Honor Roll seven times, Senior A Honor Roll.
Hawker, Donald Math, Science
Hunt, Elmer Edwin Jr. Math, Science
Graduated in BV2 years, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4,
Amores Librorum 3, Treasurer 4, Math Club 3, 4,
Charter Member in Science Club 4, Boys' Federa-
tion Representative 3, Intramural Sports Representa-
tive 3, Intramural Football 3, 4, Intramural Basketball
and Baseball 3, Ground Squad 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 4.
Ingham, Shirley Lou Social Studies
Color Girls 1, 2, Red Feather 3, 4, Ice Skating 1, 2,
3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Operetta 4, Spring Pageant 2, 3,
Home Room Vice President 3, Track 2, 4, Baseball
1, 2, 3, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Honor Roll
Ingham, Vivian Lee Social Studies
Color Girls 1, 2, Red Feathers 3, 4, Ice Skating 1,
2, 3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Operetta 4, Spring Pageant 2, 3,
Home Room President 3, Track 2, Baseball 1, 2, Girls'
League Honor Roll five times.
J0hIlS0l1, L0l1iSe Eiilabeth Home Economics
Senior Counselor 45 League Worker 25 Big Cousin 2.
JOY, William D. Foreign Languages
Baseball 3, 45 Basketball 3, 45 Tennis 35 Sports for
All Representatives5 Flag Football 4.
Kellberg, Betty L0l1iSe Home Economics
Red Cross Representative 1, 35 Library Representa-
tive 1, 45 Basketball 15 Doll Shop 45 Hall Proctor 35
Big Cousin 3.
Kirkendall, Frances Marie Social Studies
Girls' League President 45 Central Council 3, 45
A. S. C. 3, 45 Dance Committee 3, Chairman 45 Red
Feathers 3, 45 Color Girls 25 Thespian 3, 45 Doll Shop
45 Operetta 3, 45 Spring Pageant 35 Choir 3, 45 Home
Room Vice President 35 All-activity Letter 35 Girls'
League Honor Roll six times.
Kl1LldS0l1, D01'iS Elaine Home Economics
Study Hall Monitor 25 Hall Proctor 1.
Koleff, Henryetta Social Studies
Locker Monitor 45 Senior Counselor 45 Library Rep-
resentative 45 Auditor of Home Room5 Assistant Hall
Proctor 35 Girls, League Honor Roll three times.
K00keIl, Shirley Anne Foreign Languages
Color Girls 25 Red Feathers 3, 45 Towel Cupboard
Monitor 25 Roll Checker 35 Girls' League Representa-
tive 25 Floor Chairman 35 Operetta 2, 3, 45 Spring
Pageant 35 Doll Shop 45 Senior Dramatics 45 Basket-
ball 25 Softball 35 Volleyball 35 Badminton 3, 45 Vox
Puellarum 2, 3, President 45 French Club Secretary
3, President 45 Thespians 45 Interschool Relations
Committee Chairman 45 Big Cousin 35 Senior Counse-
lor 45 Senior A Convocation Committee 45 A. S. C. 3, 45
Central Council 3, 45 All-activity Letter 45 Home
Room Secretary 35 News Representative 45 Tamarack
Co-editor 45 Quill and Scroll 45 Girls' League Honor
Roll nine times5 Senior A Honor Roll.
Kuelpman, Richard Keith Commercial
Boys' Federation Representative 2, 35 Stenography
Head 45 Baccalaurette Committee 45 Senior A Honor
Roll5 News Representative 2, 35 Hall Proctor 45 Doll
La Rue, Patricia Ann Home Economics
Color Girls 25 Locker Monitor 25 News Representa-
tive 45 Spring Pageant 35 Red Cross Representative 25
Office Monitor5 Doll Shop 45 Senior Play 45 Thespian
45 Volleyball 4.
Lee, Maxene Louisa Music, Social Studies
Operetta 1, 2, 45 Spring Pageant 35 Doll Shop 1, 45
Choir Accompanist 45 Girls Glee Club Accompanist
2, 35 Boys Glee Club Accompanist 35 Tennis 1, 2, 35
Badminton 3, 45 Art Club 25 Library Representative 2,
45 News Representative 1, 35 Girls' League Repre-
sentative 35 Big Cousin 25 Roll Checker 4.
Leiter, DOIlna Lou Commercial
Library Monitor 15 Voting Monitor 15 Color Girls 25
Three Fives 45 Operetta Lead 45 Tamarack Collector
35 Exit Door Monitor 3, 45 Choir 45 Assistant Li-
brarian 45 Girls' League Honor Roll two times.
Littell, Betty Rae Home Economics
Girls' League Representative 15 Big Cousin 2, 35
Spring Pageant 25 Operetta 45 Girls' League Quartet
45 Slip Collector 15 Hall Proctor 45 Spring Festival 45
Girls Badminton 3.
The knowledge which they have acquired
Johnson, Louise Elizabeth
Joy, William D.
Kellberg, Betty Louise
Kirkendall, Frances Marie
Knudson Doris Elaine
Kooken Shirlev Anne
Koleff, Henryetta ' i i
Kuelpman, Richard Keith I- K 5 ,S-5
LaRue, Patricia Ann
Lee, Maxine Louisa
Leiter, Donna Lou
Littell. Betty Rae
Lockert, Dorothee Lee
Lovejoy, Kenneth Edward
Mackey, Constance Elaine
Vlaricle, Lucien Kathryn
McCarty, Marilyn Joan
McKelvey, Lorraine Rose
McQuarrie, Charles Wallace
Meese, Jean Lorraine
Montroy, Ralph Gene
Mudge, Grace Marie
Murray, Marlene Margaret
will he invaluable in their respective eareers.
Lockert, Dorothee Lee Commercial
Transferred from Lewis and Clark.
Lovejoy, Kenneth Edward Math
Football 2, 33 Boys' Federation 3, 43 Basketball 23
Ground Squad 33 Hall Proctor 2, 33 Prom Committee 4.
Mackey, Constance Elaine Fine Arts
Art Club 4.
Mahoney. COHCCII Social Studies
Transferred from Holy Names High School3 Grad-
uated in 3112 YCBYSQ Home Room President 33 Y-Teens
Secretary 23 News Representative 23 Red Cross Rep-
Maricle, Lucien Kathryn Algebra
Transferred from West Valley3 Library Worker 1, 33
Bookroom Monitor 33 Candy Counter Worker 23 Red
Cross Representative 23 Big Cousin 23 Senicr A Honor
McCarty, Marilyn Joan Commercial
Girls' League Treasurer 43 A. S. C. 43 Central Coun-
cil 43 Football Princess 43 Spring Pageant 33 Doll Shop
43 Operetta 43 Red Feather 3, 43 Color Girl 23 Locker
Monitor 23 Home Room Secretary 33 Big Cousin 23
Senior Counselor 43 Girls Softball 2, 3, 43 Girls
Basketball 2, 33 All-Activity Letter 43 Girls' League
Honor Roll six times.
McKelvey, Lorraine Rose Social Studies
Library Monitor 43 Voting Monitor 13 All-activity
Letter 43 Study Hall Checker 33 Gym Office Monitor
41 Red Feathers 43 Girls' League Honor Roll once.
McQuarrie, Charles Wallace Industrial Arts
Stage Crew 43 Band 1, 2, 3, 4.
MCCSC, Jean LOI'fail1C Foreign Languages
Graduated in 314 years3 A. S. C. 23 Central Council
23 Latin Club 2, 3, 43 Color Girl 2,Historian-Re-
porter 33 Girls' League Representative 3, 43 Spring
Pageant 23 Library Representative 33 Home Room
President 33 Big Cousin 3, 43 Senior Counselor 43 Vox
Puellarum 3, 43 Senior A Honor Roll.
Mon troy, Ralph Gene Industrial Arts
B Squad Baseball 33 B Squad Football 33 Boys'
Federation Representative 43 News Representative 43
Library Representative 4.
Mudge, Grace Marie Commercial
A. S. C. 43 Central Council 43 Red Feathers 33 Secre-
tary 43 Color Girls 23 Home Room President 43 Senior
Counselor Chairman 43 Con Deputy 43 Doll Shop Lead
43 Commercial Club 43 News Representative 33 Library
Representative 3, 43 Locker Monitor 33 Big Cousin 33
Girls' League Honor Roll two times.
Murray, Marlene Margaret Social Studies
Library Representative 23 News Staff 33 Hall
Proctor 43 Library Hostess 2, 43 Roll Checker 43
Nelson, KCnIlCtl1 B. Science
Nickerson, Gladys Estella Social Studies
Graduated in 315 years3 Transferred from Califor-
niag Girls' League Representative 23 Roll Checker 2.
Nobles, Margery L0lllSC Home Economics
Girls' League Vice President 43 Central Council 43
A. S. C. 43 Red Feathers 3, 43 Color Girls 23 Doll Shop
43 Operetta 3, 43 Spring Pageant 43 Choir 43 Con
Deputy 33 Floor Chairman 43 Locker Monitor 23 Girls'
League Honor Roll nine times.
Olson, Annabelle Louise Math, Science
A. S. C. 2, 3, Treasurer 43 Vox Puellarum 3, Treas-
urer 43 Girls' League Representative 23 Central Coun-
cil 2, 3, 43 Color Girls 1, 23 Red Feathers 3, 43 Operetta
1, 2, 33 Doll Shop 2, 43 Spring Pageant 33 Social Serv-
ice Chairman 43 All-activity Letter 23 Tamarack Busi-
ness Manager 43 Home Room President 33 Senior
Counselor 43 Convocation Scheduling Committee Sec-
retary 43 Girls' League Honor Roll eight times.
Oxrieder, Kenneth Oscar Social Studies
Amores Librorum 2, 3, Vice President 43 President
43 Charter Member in French Club 3, 43 Boys' Fed-
eration 33 Federation Council 33 A. S. C. 3, 43 Operetta
Orchestra 33 Orchestra 43 Boys' Glee Club 33 Pandean
3, 43 Senior A Honor Roll.
Pearson, Joan Elinor Home Economics
Operetta 13 Doll Shop 13 Library Representative 1,
23 Bookhoom Helper 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Hall Proctor
43 Locker Monitor 3.
Pearson, Shirley Lou Home Economics
Baseball 2,3 Exit Door Monitor 3, 43 Color Girl 23
Tamarack Representative 33 Locker Monitor 23 Girls'
League Honor Roll once.
Perry, Kenneth Roger Math, Science
Football 2, 33 Home Room President 43 Ground
Squad 33 Wrestling 2.
Piccolo, Vincent Francis Manual Arts
Basketball 13 Tamarack Representative 33 News
Representative 43 Boys' Federation Representative 4.
Powell, Lawrence F. Math
Tennis 1, 3, 43 Basketball 1, 23 A. S. C. 2, 3, 43 Dues
Lieutenant 2, 3, 4.
Prague, Patricia Louise Home Economics
News Staff 3, 4, News Advertising Manager 43
Color Girls 23 Red Feathers 3, 43 Spring Pageant 33
Doll Shop 43 Quill and Scroll 3, 43 All-activity Letter
and 2 bars3 Big Cousin 2, 33 Slip Collector 23 Library
Representative 23 Girls' League Honor Roll seven
times3 Senior A Honor Roll.
Rasmussen, Edythe Hazel Science
Big Cousin 2, 3, 43 Tennis Team 33 Library Rep-
resentative 43 Library Worker 2, 3.
And so a toast to the January graduates,
Nelson, Kenneth B,
Nickerson, Gladys Estella
Nobles, Margery Louise
Olson, Annebelle Louise
Oxrieder, Kenneth Oscar
Pearson, Joan Elinor
Pearson, Shirley Lou
Perry, Kenneth Roger
Piccolo, Vincent Francis
Powell, Lawrence F.
Prague, Patricia Louise
Rasmussen, Edythe Hazel
Reynolds, Marilyn Ivy
Rhodes, James Weldon
Roble, Rae Marie
Romans, Norma Jeanne
Sanders, Gary Howard
Sheehan, Patrick Kay
Smith, Roger Spencer
Stephan, Donna Fae
Stephenson, Jerome Dale
who, by their loyalty and sense of fair play,
Reynolds, Marilyn Ivy Social Studies
Library Monitor 1, 2, Horizon Club 1, Fiction Book
Monitor 1, Red Cross Helper 1, Big Cousin 2, 3, Li-
brary Slip Collector 2, Assistant Study Hall Roll
Checker 3, Hall Proctor 4.
Rhodes, James Weldon Fine Arts
Art Club Secretary 2, President 3, 4, N. C. Hi-Y 1,
2, Treasurer 3, Secretary 4, Federation Representative
2, Fire Squad 2, Red Cross Representative 4, Tama-
rack Staff 4.
Roble, Rae Marie Home Economics
Transferred from Marycliff, Graduated in 31!2
years, Red Feather 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, Gym Monitor
2, Girls' League Representative 2, Golf 4, Tennis 2, 3,
Intramural Sports 2, 3.
Romans, Norma Jeanne Commercial
Color Girls 1, 2, Better North Central Committee 3,
Office Messenger 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 4,
Home Room Secretary 3.
Salmon, Glenn Science
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Track 3.
Sanders, Gary Howard Music
Choir 3, 4, Boys Chorus 3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Operetta
Lead 3, 4.
Schneider, Rosemary Science
Color Girl 2, Red Feather 3, 4, Home Room Vice
President 3, Locker Monitor 2, Big Cousin 3, Doll
Shop 4, Operetta 3, Spring Pageant 3, All-Activity
Letter 3, Bar 4, Girls Softball 3, 4, Basketball 3, Gym
Office Monitor 4, Girls' League Honor Roll.
Sheehan, Patrick Kay Math, Industrial Arts
Red Cross Representative 2, Band 2, 3, Pep Band 3.
Smith, James Industrial Arts, History
Red Cross Representative 2, 3, News Representa-
tive 3, Boys' Federation Representative 2, Track 1, 2,
N. C. Hi-Y 2, 3, Vice President 4, Football 1.
Smith, Roger Spencer Industrial Arts
Track 1, Football 1, Boys' Federation Representa-
tive l, 2, 4, News Representative 1, 2.
Stephan, Donna F ae Commercial
Locker Monitor 2, 3, Doll Shop 2, Operetta 2, Roll
Checker 2, Color Girl 2: Red Cross Representative 2,
Basketball 2, Staff Typist 4, Convocation Committee
4, Spring Pageant 3, A. S. C. 3, 4, Girls' League Rep-
resentative 3, Girls' League Office Monitor 3, 4,
Floor Chairman 3, Conduct Board Secretary 4, Hall
Guard Commissioner 4, Girls' League Honor Roll
Stephenson, Jerome Dale Science
Basketball 1, 2, Football 1, 3, 4, Warriors 3, 4, Boys'
Federation Representative 3, A. S. C. 3, News Repre-
sentative 2, Hall Proctor 3, Hall Lieutenant 3, Senior
Class Treasurer, Con Deputy 4.
Stll'lS0n, JCZIIICIIC Marie Home Economics
Tamarack Representative 23 Slip Collector 2, 33 Roll
Checker 3, 43 Big Cousin 2, 33 Girls' League Honor
Roll four times3 Senior Counselor 43 Girls' League
Representative 33 Social Service 23 Library Repre-
Struchen, Alyce Mae Louise Fine Arts
Graduated in 314 years3 Library Worker 1, 2, 3, 43
War Stamp Representative lg Home Room Secretary
23 Senior Counselor 43 Red Cross Representative 1, 33
Girls' League Honor Roll three times.
'T0k2l1'Z, Dona Mae Science
A. S. C. 43 Central Council 43 Color Girl 23 Red
Feather 3, Sergeant at Arms 43 News Staff 33 Editor
43 Home Room Secretary 33 Home Room Treasurer 43
Quill and Scroll 3, Secretary-Treasurer 43 Junior
Press Club 43 Math Club 2, 33 Spring Pageant 33
Locker Monitor 23 Big Cousin 33 All-Activity Letter 43
Girls Softball 3, 43 Girls Basketball 2, 33 Girls Bad-
minton 33 Operetta 43 Girls' League Honor Roll six
times3 Senior A Honor Roll.
Tronsen, Alan Edward Fine Arts
Tamarack Staff 43 Football 2, 33 Track 3, 4.
Tweet, Clara Jeanette Bookkeeping
Library Monitor 33 Study Hall Monitor 2, 3, 43 Hall
Proctor 2, 3, 4.
Van Schoorl. Nancy ,lean Commercial
War Stamp Representative 13 Color Girl 13 Vice
Chairman 23 Tamarack Representative 1, 3, 43 Home
Room President 33 Slip Collector 23 Basketball 23 Vol-
leyball 33 Rest Room Monitor 33 Locker Commissioner
43 Conduct Board 4, Secretary 43 A.S. C. 43 Central
Council 43 Big Cousin 33 Doll Shop 43 Pageant 33 Girls'
League Representative 43 Girls' League Honor Roll
Walters, Jack Fine Arts
Traffic Squad 2, 43 Ground Squad 33 Band 2, 3, 43
Pep Band 3, 43 Doll Shop Orchestra 43 Boys' Federa-
tion Representative 3, 43 Red Cross Representative 43
Art Club 23 Band Advertising Manager 4.
Warning, Richard Ira Manual Arts
W6bCr, Robert W. Social Studies
Transferred from Gonzaga.
Wood, james D. Math
Band 2, 3, 43 Locker Monitor 3.
Zieman, Shirley Gail Social Studies
Girls Golf 2, 33 Library Representative 3, 43 Choir 3,
43 Operetta 3, 43 Tamarack Senior A Editor 43 Spanish
Zupan, Kathleen Helen Commercial
Gym Monitor 13 Girls Volleyball 13 Library Monitor
13 News Representative 1, 23 Girls' League Repre-
sentative 1, 2, 33 Roll Checker 2, 33 Girls' Reserves 13
Library Representative 3, 43 Spokane World Affairs
Organization 2, 33 Debate Club Secretary 2, 33 Red
Feather 33 Spring Concert 23 Spring Pageant 33
F. H. A. Secretary 43 A. S. C. 43 Central Council 43
girls' League Honor Roll three times3 Senior A Honor
have set an example for succeeding elusses.
Stinson, Jeanette Marie
Struchen. Alyce Mae Louise
Tokarz. Dona Mae
Tronsen, Allen Edward
Tweet, Clara Jeanette
Van Schoorl, Nancy Jean
Warning, Richard Ira
Weber, Robert W.
Wood, James D.
Zieman, Shiriey Gail
Zupan, Kathleen Helen
WALLY FREEMAN, President RAY TURNER, Vice President
School days! Never-to-be-forgotten days.
Adolfson, Dale Robert Math
Band 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 4, Boys' Federation Head 4.
Alberg, Barbara Jean Foreign Languages
Color Girl 2, Red Feather 3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Spring
Pageant 2, 4, Restroom Monitor 33 Girls' League Rep-
resentative 2g Library Representative 3, Latin Club 2,
3, 4, Secretary 4, All-Activity Letter 33 Basketball 2,
3, Volleyball 2, Girls' League Honor Roll six times.
Albright, Carol jean Commercial
Commercial Club 3, 4, Color Girl 23 Library Rep-
resentative 3, Red Cross 1, 3g All-Activity Letter 2,
Girls' League Honor Roll three times, Girls' League
Representative 33 Locker Monitor 2, Gym Monitor 3, 4.
Adolfson, Dale Robert
Alberg, Barbara Jean
Albright, Carol Jean
Althouse, Virginia Lorraine
Anderson, Betty Louise
Altl'l0uSe, Virginia Lorraine Foreign Languages
Central Council 3g Color Girl 2, Red Feather 3, 45
A. S. C. 3, Doll Shop 3, Spring Pageant 2, Big Cousin
4: Gym Department Co-Head 3, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4,
Co-Captain 43 Athletic Board 43 All-Activity Letter,
three bars, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Restroom
Co-Head 33 Baseball 35 Basketball 2, 33 Volleyball 2,
3, 4, Girls' League Honor Roll eight timesg Library
Representative 43 Red Cross Representative 3: Bad-
minton 3, Co-Manager 4.
Anderson, Betty LOUISC Home Economics
Red Cross Representative lg Big Cousin 1, 2, Con
Deputy 3, Color Girl 1, 25 Red Feather 3, 4, Operetta
43 Gym Office Monitor 1, 2, 3, Spring Pageant 2, Girls'
Glee Club 2, 4, Sergeant at Arms 4g Orchestra 3, 4,
Girls' League Honor Roll six times.
Anderson, Fred Science
Latin Club 2, 3, Westernairs 4.
SHIRLEY WEICINPIR, Secretary GEORGE HILLS, Treasurer
As you turn to these pages years from now,
Anderson, Robert Le Grand
Anderson, William Olaf
Baker, Earl Paul
Bardsley, Joel Leon
Barker, Richard Wayne
Baunach, Rudolf Francis
Anderson, Robert Le Grand Math
News Representative 3, Boys' Federation Repre-
sentative 2. '
Anderson, William Olaf Math
Baker, Earl Paul Industrial Arts
Football Manager 1, 2g Track 3, 4g
Bardsley, Joel LCOII Science, Fine Arts
B Squad Football 33 Ground Squad Lieutenant 45
Convocation Committee 4, Boys' Federation Head 45
Track 2, 3, A. S. C. 4.
Barker, Richard Wayne Industrial Arts
Baseball 4g News Representative 4.
Balllladl, Rudolf Francis Industrial Arts
Football lg Home Room President 33 Hall Proctor 3.
Beal, John Curtis
Bellomy, Donna Jean
Bender, Hilbert Eugene
Bigleman, Lawrence P.
Bishop. Dewey Arden
Bjornton, Donna Mae
Bogar, Jack LeRoy
you will remember your eluss---June 1949.
Beal, john Curtis Math
Stage Crew 4, Boys' Federation 1, 3, News Repre-
sentative 1, 3, Tamarack Representative 2.
Bell, William Industrial Arts
Bellomy, DOHDH Jean Commercial
Transferred from Puyallup 2, Tamarack Repre-
sentative 3, Library Worker 2, 3, 4, Library Repre-
sentative 4, Commercial Club 4, Baseball 2, 3, Senior
Bemis, NZIIICY Fine Arts, Foreign Languages
Color Girl 2, Library Worker 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club
2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Amores Librorum 3, 4, Secretary
4, Math Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Spring Pageant 2,
All-Activity Letter 3, Library Representative 3, 4,
Home Room Secretary 3, Girls' League Honor Roll six
times, A. S. C. 4, Central Council 4, Big Cousin 4.
Bender, Hilbert Eugene Fine Arts
A. S. C. 4, Treasurer 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Cross Country
3, 4, Football 2, Boys' Federation Representative 2,
Dance Committee 3, 4, Co-Chairman 4, Interschool
Relations Committee Chairman 4, Art Club 3, 4, Sec-
retary 3, President 4, Hall Proctor 2, 3, 4, Boys' Fed-
eration Council 4.
Benner, Darlene Music
News Representative 3, Choir 2, 3, 4, Roll Checker
2, 3, 4, Hall Proctor 4, Radio Choir 4, Operetta 4.
Bigleman, Lawrence P. Music
Baseball 3, 4, Federation Representative 4, Choir 3,
4, Warriors 3, 4, Operetta 4.
Bishop, Dewey Arden Math
Ground Squad 2, Traffic Squad 3, 4, Lieutenant 4,
Boys' Federation Department Head 3, Stage Crew 3,
4, Boys' State Track 4, News Representative 2.
Bishop, DOI'iS Home Economics
Big Cousin 4, Library Monitor 1, 2.
Bj0I'l'll0l1, DOIIHH M36 Home Economics
Blair, Dale Science, M ath.
Bogar, Jack LeRoy M ath
Band 2, 3, 4, News Representative 2, Red Cross
Bombino, Marlene Fine Arts
Operetta 2, 35 News Representative 25 Library Rep-
resentative 35 Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 35 Badminton
35 Spring Pageant 45 Red Feather 45 Volleyball 25 Class
Monitor 25 Senior Counselor 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3.
Bosch, Irene Mary Home Economics
A.S.C. 45 Central Council 45 Girls' League Rep-
resentative 45 Red Cross Representative 25 News
Representative 25 Operetta 45 Choir 45 Red Feather 4,
Sergeant at Arms 45 Spring Pageant 45 Gym Office
Monitor 45 Library Hostess 35 Thespian 45 Senior
Dramatics 45 Senior Play Prompter 45 Girls' League
Honor Roll three times.
BOWeI'S, Darlene Home Economics
Color Girl 1, 25 Red Feather 3, 45 Big Cousin 25 Girls'
League Representative 25 Library Representative 1,
2, 3, 45 Home Room Secretary-Treasurer 35 Convoca-
tion Commissioner 45 A. S.C. Secretary 45 Central
Council 45 Doll Shop 35 Spring Pageant 2, 45 All-
Activity Letter 35 Senior Counselor 45 Conduct Board
45 Operetta 45 Spanish Club 45 Girls' League Honor
Roll eight times.
Bresgal, Francis Richard Social Studies
Graduated in 31!2 years.
Brotzman, Frank Ernest Printing
Brundige, Kenneth Math, Science
BuChl'10lZ, James Stanley Foreign Language.
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Historian-Reporter 2, Sergeant
at Arms 35 Spokane World Affairs 2, 3, Sergeant at
Arms 35 Amores Librorum 3, 4, Vice President 45
Junior Toastmaster 4, Sergeant at Arms 45 Traffic
Squad 3. 45 Ooeretta 4: Senior Class Play 45 Debate
Club 25 N. C. Winner of Washington Oratorical Con-
test 45 Thespians 4.
Cain, Vernon Richard Math
Band 2, 3, 4.
Calistro, Joan Gloria Fine Arts
Library Representative 35 Tennis 1, 25 Tamarack
Art Staff 4.
Callen, Jack L. Science
Spanish Club 2, 35 Basketball 2.
Campbell, Keith Harvey Math, Science
Football 45 Home Room President 35 Warriors
President 45 B Squad Basketball 35 Operetta 45 Hall
Proctor 45 Boxing 4.
Carey, John Mason Math
You will presently receive your cliplomusg
Bosch, Irene Mary
Bowers. Darlene l
Bresgal, Francis Richard
Brotzman, Frank Ernest
Buchholz, James Stanley
Cain, Vernon Richard
Calistro, Joan Gloria
Callen, Jack L.
Campbell, Keith Harvey
Carey, John Mason
Carman. Charles Raymond
Chambers, Shirley May
Coble, Barbara Pearl
Collins, Leslie Allen
Collins, Marilu Patricia
it is your obligation, an
Carman, Charles Raymond Industrial Arts
Operetta 43 Basketball Manager 33 Athletic Board
33 Spring Show 4.
Chambers, Shirley May Foreign Languages
A. S. C. 43 Convocation Commissioner 43 Senior
Counsellor 43 Hall Proctor 43 Big Cousin 33 Conduct
Board 43 Central Council 4: Red Feather 33 Doll Shop
33 Girls' League Honor Roll three times3 News Rep-
resentative 33 Spanish Club 23 Badminton 33 Tennis
33 Baseball 23 Locker Monitor 33 Gym Monitor 23
Home Room Secretary 2.
Coble, Barbara Pearl Home Economics
Girls' League Honor Roll five times3 Library Rep-
resentative 2, 43 Big Cousin 2, 33 Chorus 23 Book-
v-fiom W4 rker 43 F. H. A. 2, 33 Library Worker 1, 2, 33
Clossin, L60 Industrial Arts
Intramural Sports 3, 43 Ice Skating 3, 43 Roller
Skating 3, 4.
Colasurdo, james Math
Basketball 13 Baseball 2, 3, 43 News Representa-
C0lCmarl, Donald Social Studies
Boys' Glee Club.
Collins,Leslie Allen Manual Arts
Warriors 43 News Representative 2, 33 Boys' Fed-
eration Representative 2, 33 Hall Proctor 43 Track
1, 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 2, 3, 4.
Colony, Marilyn Mae
Converse, Mary Ann
Cook, Paula Mae
Coon, Marilyn Ruth
Collins, Marilu Patricia Commercial
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 43 Tamarack Rep-
resentative 33 Home Room Chairman 3, 43 Better
North Central Committee 23 Library Representative 23
Music Librarian 3, 43 Softball 3.
Colony, Marilyn Mae Social Studies
Library Representative 13 Library Worker 13 After
School Sports 1, 2, 3, 43 Debate 33 Latin Club 2, 33
Color Girl 23 Red Feather 3, 43 Girls' League Honor
Roll eight times3 Big Cousin 2, 43 Senior Counselor 43
Gym Office Monitor 33 All-Activity Letter, 1 Bar3
Tennis Team 43 Girls' League Representative 4.
Converse, Mary Ann Social Studies
Color Girl 23 Red Feather 3, 43 Girls' League Rep-
resentative 2, 33 Spring Pageant 2, 43 Big Cousin 2,
3, 43 French Club 3, 4, Treasurer 33 Girls' League
Honor Roll four times.
Cook, Paula Mae Fine Arts
Doll Shop 33 Girls' League Honor Roll three times3
Art Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Corresponding Sec-
retary 43 Girls' League Representative 23 Locker
Coon, Marilyn Ruth Math, Science
Color Girl 1, 23 Red Feather 3, 43 Doll Shop 1, 33
Spring Pageant 2, 43 All-Activity Letter 3 Barsg
Senior Dramatics 33 Thespian 3, 43 Spanish Club 1, 2,
3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice President 43 Math Club 2, 3,
4, Secretary 4, Treasurer 43 Latin Club 3, 43 Tennis
Team 43 Big Cousin 2, 33 A. S. C. 43 Central Council
43 Girls' League Honor Roll eight times3 Library
Worker 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 2.
Cress, Archie Lawrence Industrial Arts
Operetta 2, 4, Tamarack Representative 3, 4, News
Representative 3, 4, Choir 1, 2, 3, 4, Better North
Central Committee 3.
Cross, Nadene Home Economics
Color Girl 2, Chairman 3, Red Feather 3, 4, Big
Cousin 2, 3, News Representative 1, Library Rep-
resentative 3, Girls' League Representative 4, Floor
Chairman 4, A. S. C. 3, 4, Central Council 3, 4, Doll
Shop 1, 3, Spring Pageant 2, 4, All-Activity Letter
4, Senior Counselor 4, Girls' League Honor Roll
Croyle, Homer Foreign Languages
Tennis 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3,
4, Amores Librorum 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Library
Representative 2, 3, Honor Roll 2, 3, 4, Ground Squad
2, Traffic Squad 3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Debate Team 3,
A. S. C. 4, Boys' Federation Representative 3.
Danes, Darlene Evan Home Economics
Transferred from Cascade Locks, Oregon, Library
Hostess 3, News Representative 2, 3, President West-
ernaires Dance Club 4, Library Typist 4, Big Cousin
4, Senior Counselor 4, Book Room Worker 4.
Daniels, Donald Philip Social Studies
Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, Better North Central
Committee 3, Boys' Federation Department Head 4,
Ground Squad 2, 3, 4, Ground Commissioner 4.
to keep in stride with
Daugherty, Marilyn Foreign Languages
Color Girl 3, Red Feather 3, 4, A. S. C. 4, Central
Council 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4,
Vice 1-'resident 4, Amores Librorum 3, 4, President 4,
Vox Puellarurn 2, 3, 4, Red Cross Representative 3,
Library Representative 2, Big Cousin 3, Hall Proctor
4, Spring Pageant 4, Doll Shop 3, Roll Checker 2,
Girls' Sports 2, 3, Girls' League Honor Roll eight
Davis, F loy Norene Commercial
Graduated in 31!2 years, Color Girl 2, Red Feather 3,
4, Spring Pageant 2, 4, Hall Proctor 4, Restroom Mon-
itor 4, Towel Cupboard Monitor 4, Commercial Club
3, 4, Senior Counselor 4, Big Cousin 3, News Rep-
resentative 2, All-Activity Letter 4, Girls' League
Honor Roll four times.
Denison, Dawn Diana Commercial
Color Girl 2, Red Cross Representative 4, Senior
Counselor 4, Big Cousin 3, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4,
Girls' League Honor Roll four times, Library Worker
2, 3, 4.
Denzer, Lois Ada Social Studies
Big Cousin 2, Golf 3, Library Representative 3,
Horizon Club 3, Girls' League Monitor 2.
Divine, ,Frances Rae Science
Transferred from Marcus, Washington.
Dixon, Betty Geane Commercial
Track 2, 3, Badminton 4.
Doggett, Ralph H. Math
Ground Squad 2, Operetta 2.
the world about you.
Cress, Archie Lawrence
Danes, Darlene Evan
Daniels, Donald Philip
Davis, Floy Norene
Denison, Dawn Diana
Denzer, Lois Ada
Divine, Frances Rae
Dixon, Betty Geane
Doggett, Ralph H. J.
,, , 5 Q Q. fm 4
Dolan, Donna Marie
Eilders, Alice Lorraine
Eppley, Richard Wayne
Evans, Thomas Oscar
Ewy, Otto J.
As young intelligent citizens it rests with you:
Dolan, Donna Marie Home Economics
Domstad, veflla Home Economics
Color Girl 2, Secretary 35 Big Cousin 35 Library
Representative 25 Library Worker l, 2, 35 Red Cross
Representative 35 Doll Shop 35 Spring Pageant 25
Senior Counselor 45 Girls' League Honor Roll two
Durbin, Dorothy Commercial
Red Cross Representative 15 Girls' League Repre-
sentative 25 Locker Monitor 25 Home Room Sergeant
at Arms 3, Vice Chairman 35 Spokane Retailing
Easterwood, Beulah Commercial
Color Girl 25 Spring Pageant 2, 45 Latin Club 2, 3,
45 After School Sports 2, 3, 45 Red Feather 3, 45 Doll
Shop 35 Commercial Club 3, 4, Corresponding Sec-
retary 45 Operetta 3, 45 Gym Monitor 2, 3, 45 Big
Cousin 35 All-Activity Letter, 2 bars5 Girls' League
Representative 35 Girls' League Honor Roll six times.
Eilders, Alice Lorraine Home Economics
Elliott, DOI'inC Commercial
Home Room Secretary 4.
Eppley, Richard Wayne Math
Band l, 2, 3, 45 Bandmaster 45 Latin Club Treasurer
25 Cross Country 45 Track 45 Federation Dues Lieuten-
Evans, Thomas Oscar Math, Science
Latin Club 2, 3, President 45 Amores Librorum 2, 3,
45 Traffic Squad 3, Lieutenant 45 Ground Squad 25
Tennis 2, 3, 45 Boys' Federation Department Head
45 Band 2, 3, 45 Pep Band 2, 3, 4.
EWY, Otto Science, Industrial Arts
B Squad Baseball 35 Junior Varsity Basketball 45
Boys' Federation 4.
Fairchild, Louise Science, Math
Color Girl 25 Red Feather 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45
Spring Pageant 2, 45 Gym Monitor 35 Hall Proctor 45
Volleyball 2, 35 Basketball 2, 3 All-Activity Letter,
1 Bar5 Girls' League Honor Roll six times5 Home
Fields, Rachel Foreign Languages
A.S. C. 35 Central Council 35 Red Feather 3, 45
Spanish Club 3, 4, President 35 Thespian 3, 4, His-
torian-Reporter 35 Senior Dramatics5 Doll Shop 35
Spring Pageant 45 All-Activity Letter 2 Bars5 Li-
brary Desk Assistant 25 News Representative 2, 45
Home Room President 35 Better North Central Com-
miee 25 After School Sports 2, 3, 45 Basketball Man-
ager 35 Girls' League Honor Roll eight times.
Fl0WCI', Lillian Home Economics
Convocation Deputy 45 Red Feather 35 Color Girl 25
Volleyball 35 Badminton 35 Baseball 25 Operetta 45
Spring Pageant 25 Doll Shop 35 Senior Counselor 45
Girls' League Representative 25 News Representa-
tiveg Choir 45 Big Cousin 2, 35 Restroom Monitor 25
Tamarack Representative 4.
Freeman, Wallace Arthur Math, Science
Football 2, 3, Manager 45 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Warriors
45 A. S. C. 45 Senior Class President 45 Interschool
Relations Committee 45 Federation Council 45 Boys'
Federation Clerk 45 Traffic Squad 3, 45 Ground
Fuqua, Peggy Mani Home Economics
Spring Pageant 25 Color Girl 2, 35 Big Cousin 2, 45
News Representative 2, 35 Tamarack Representative 45
Library Worker 2, 3, 45 Westernaires 4.
Gibford, Betty Lou Home Economics
Badminton 15 Volleyball 15 Basketball 15 Towel
Monitor 2, 35 Spring Pageant 25 Operetta 25 Library
Representative 25 Vice President Home Room 25 Big
Cousin 3, 45 Hall Proctor 45 Convocation Deputy 4.
Good, Charles Edward Industrial Arts
Track 25 Intramural Sports 1, 2, 3.
Goodfellow, Fred Allison Math
Band 2, 3, 45 Math Club President 4.
Gottwig, LOI'na Delores Foreign Languages
Honor Roll 2, 3, 4.
GOWeI', Evelyllll Sylvia Home Economics
Slip Collector 15 Big Cousin 15 Locker Monitor 1, 2.
Graham, Phyllis Jeaneanne Foreign Languages
Amores Librorum 3, 4, Vice President 45 Spanish
Club 3, 45 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice Presi-
dent 3, 45 French Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice Presi-
dent 4, President 45 Thespian 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice
President 35 4-star Thespiang Senior Dramatics 3, 45
Makeup Mistress Operetta, Doll Shop 3, 45 Spring
Pageant 2, 45 Girls' League Treasurer 45 A. S. C. 3, 45
Central Council 3, 45 Girls' League Honor Roll eight
times5 Color Girl 1, 25 Red Feather 3, 45 Big Cousin
2, 3, 45 All-Activity Letter 3.
Gray, Carolee Commercial
Song Leader 2, 3, 4, Chairman 45 Vox Puellarum
3, 4, President 45 French Club 3, 4, Secretary 45 Vice
1-resident 45 A.S. C. 45 Central Council 45 'lamarack
Senior Editor 45 News Staff 45 Tennis Team 2, 3, 45
Doll Shop 35 Spring Pageant 2, 45 Library Slip Col-
lector 25 Attendance Slip Collector 15 Tamarack Rep-
resentative 45 Home Room President 25 Convocation
Committee 45 All-Activity Letter 1 Barg After School
Sports 1, 2, 3, 45 Girls' League Honor Roll six times5
Athletic Board 4.
Grob, lfviiltel' Gerald Industrial'Arts
Band 2, 3, 45 Ground Squad 3, 45 Football 4.
Gross, john C. Social srnaies
Transferred from Gonzagag Co-Editor of the Tama-
rack 45 Traffic Squad 3, Captain 4, Commissioner
45 Conduct Board 45 News Staff 4, Associate Editor
45 Quill and Scroll 45 A. S. C. 45 Home Room Presi-
Grossman, George Charles Math
Math Club 2, 3, 45 Traffic Squad 3, 45 Tamarack
Representative 35 Baseball 4.
The responsibilty of leadership and guidance.
Freeman, Wallace Arthur
Fuqua, Peggy Mani
Gibford, Betty Lou
Good, Charles Edward
Goodfellow, Fred Allison
Gottwig, Lorna Delores
Gower, Evelynn Sylvia
Graham, Phyllis Jeaneanne
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Grob, Walter Gerald
Gross, John C.
Grossman, George Charles
li Q Q 0
Gwynne, Donna Rae
Hakala, Karla Elaine
Hamilton, Jacqueline Jean
Hartman, Raymond Douglas
Heinekin, Elwood Corter
Henry, Shirley Ann
The knowledge acquired in your sehool years
Gwynne,Donna R36 Home Economics
Senior Counselor 4, Locker Monitor 23 Library
Monitor 2, Badminton 1.
Hakala, Karla Elaine Home Economics
Operetta 1, 2, Doll Shop lg Basketball 1, 4g Home
Room President 3, Tamarack Representative 43 Taft's
Spring Show 41 Ice Skating 4g Swimming 1, 2, 35
Hallaris, Virginia Social Studies
Office Worker 2, 33 Locker Monitor 4, Gym Moni-
tor 3g Library Representative 4g Golf 2, 3, Basketball
3, 43 Volleyball 3, 43 Red Cross Representative 33 Ten-
Hamilton, JaCqllCliI1C 16311 Commercial
Transferred from Great Falls, Montana 33 Com-
mercial Club 4, Fifth Executive 4g Library Repre-
Hammond, Kenneth Math
Baseball 4, Sports-for-all Representative 3, Foot-
Hanks, Russell Science
Red Cross Representative, Tamarack Representa-
tive, News Representative 4.
Hanson, Harford Social Studies
Track lg Federation Representative 1, 2, 3, Red
Cross Representative 1, 2, 3, Vice President of Choir
45 Hall Proctor 45 Operetta 4.
Hartman, Raymond Douglas Industrial Arts
Band 1, 2, 3: Head Drum Major 2, 3g Basketball 1, 3.
Heinekin, Elwood Corter Industrial Arts
Heineman, Dianne Commercial
Color Girl Chairman 2, A. S. C. 2, 4, Central Coun-
cil 2, 4g Big Cousin 3, 4, Vox Puellarum 2, 3, 4, Vice
President 4g Home Room Chairman 2, 45 Conduct
Board Secretary 4, Gym Monitor 3, Operetta 2, 43
Doll Shop 3, Spring Pageant 2, 43 Red Feather 3, 45
Girls' League Honor Roll eight times.
Henry, Frances Fine Arts
fICI1I'y, Shirley AHII Commercial
Transferred from John Rogersg Home Room Sec-
retary 2, 35 Girls' League Representative 3, Hall Proc-
Herrington, Margaret Commercial
Red Feather 45 Big Cousin 2, 35 Study Hall Roll
Checker 2, 3, 45 Library Worker 25 F. H. A. 35 Spring
Pageant 45 Hall Proctor 45 Tumbling 35 Gym Office
Monitor 45 Girls' League Honor Roll four times.
Henagef, L0l1iSC Home Economics
Hall Proctor 45 Big Cousin 4.
Herzog, Marlys Commercial
Hill, Stephen Richard Math, Social Studies
Band 1. 9, 3. 4: Pep Band 3, 45 Orchestra 35 Doll
Shop 35 Flag Football 35 News Representative 45
Tamarack Representative 4.
Hills, George Math
Ground Squad 35 Traffic Squad 45 Track 3, 45 Cross
Country 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, President 45 Athletic
Board 45 Warriors 4, Treasurer 4.
Heinz, Joyce Fine Arts
Transferred from Lewis and Clark.
Hoffman, Janice Mareli Social Studies
Graduated in 3M years.
Holien, GOI'd0I1 Roy Social Studies
Basketball 1, 25 Tennis 2, 3, 45 Baseball 35 Boys'
Federation Representative 1.
Homburg, James Nelson Fine Arts
Track 2, 3, 4.
Homuth, Doris Margaret Social Studies
Transferred from Steptoe 45 Vox Puellarum 4.
Hooper, Lee Social Studies
,,Houk, William John Math, Science
Pep Band 3, 45 Concert Band 2, 3, 45 Sports-for-all
25 News Representative 4.
can be put to beneficial uses by you alone,
Hill, Stephen Richard
Hoffman, Janice Mareli
Holien, Gordon Roy
Hamburg, James Nelson
Homuth, Doris Margaret
Houk, William John
Howard, Harriet Mary
Hudson, Beverly Jean
Hunton, Robert F.
Jenks, Mary Ellen
Johnson, Barbara Ruth
Johnson, Wayne E.
Johnston, Alan Elbert
Jones. Barbara Irene
Keller, Nelda Ardell
whether your talents have pointed toward
Ii0W2ll'd, Harl'lCl Mary Commercial
Choir 2, 3, 43 Operetta 3, 43 Y-Teens President,
Library Worker lg Girls' League Honor Roll two
Times, Roll Checker 13 Library Representative 1.
Hudson, Beverly Jean Home Economics
Color Girl 23 Spanish Club 33 Library Representa-
Hunter, Noreen Social Studies
Retailing 43 Swimming 33 Baseball 33 Golf 3.
Hunton, Robert F. Math, Science
B Squad Football 33 Varsity Football 4.
jackson, Larry Social Studies
Transferred from Bremerton High School, Boys'
Federation Council 43 News Staff Assistant Advertis-
ing Manager 43 Tamarack Ad Staff 43 A. S. C. 4.
Jenks, Mary Ellen Social Snudles
Roll Checker 23 Library Monitor 23 Big Cousin 2.
johnson, Barbara Ruth Social Studies
Transferred from Madison, Wisconsin3 Library
Johnson, Wayne E. Industrial Arts
Iohnston, Alan Elbert Science
Band lg Archery 23 Spanish Club 4.
jones, Barbara Irene Math
Color Girl 2, 33 Red Feather 3, 43 Big Cousin 2, 3,
Amores Librorum 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 Latin Club
2, 3, Vice President 43 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43 Doll Shop
33 Spring Pageant 2, 43 Operetta 33 Study Hall Roll
Checker 23 Library Monitor 2, 3, 43 All-Activity
Letter 3 Barsg Basketball 23 Girls' League Honor
Roll six times.
Keller, Nelda Ardell Commercial
Doll Shop 13 Library Monitor lg Slip Collector 23
Softball 23 Girls' League Representative 4.
Kelly, Eugene Math, Social Studies
Ground Squad 43 Math Club 2, 3, 43 Boys' Federa-
tion Representative 43 Baseball 4.
Kelsey, Audrey Lourel Home Economics
Slip Collector 15 Big Cousin 1.
Kelsey, Duane WV alter Social Studies
Doll Shop 3.
King, Shirley Mae Home Economics
Red Cross Representative 2, 35 Library Representa-
tive 1, 25 Tamarack Representative 45 Girls' League
Kirk, Ruth Helen Home Economics
Red Feather 3, 45 Choir 2, 3, Secretary-Treasurer
45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Secretary 35 Operetta 3, 45
Doll Shop 35 Spring Pageant 2, 45 Library Monitor
2, 3, 45 League Monitor 25 Girls' Chorus 25 Big Cousin
25 Ice Skating 25 Softball 2, 3, 45 Girls' League Honor
Roll eight times.
KI'0n1, Annette COI'a Home Economics
A. S. C. 45 Central Council 45 Big Cousin 2, 45 Red
Feather 3, 45 Color Girl 25 Commercial Club 3, 4,
Secretary 45 F. H. A. 45 Operetta 45 Doll Shop 35
Spring Pageant 2, 45 Tennis Team 45 All-Activity Let-
ter 1 Bar5 Gym Monitor 35 Library Worker 2, 35
Library Committee Head 45 Girls' League Representa-
tive 25 Home Room Chairman 45 Tamarack Rep-
resentative 35 After School Sports 2, 3, 45 Girls' League
Honor Roll seven times.
Krueger, Martin Math
Football 25 Golf 25 News Representative 2, 35 Hall
Proctor 3, Lieutenant 45 Home Room Secretary 3.
Lamberson, Jeanne Commercial
Big Cousin 2, 3, 45 Color Girl 25 Red Feather 3, 45
Girls' League Representative 1, 2, 45 Tennis Team
1, 2, 3, 45 All-Activity Letter 1 Barg News Repre-
sentative 35 Girls' League Monitor 35 Slip Collector
25 Library Monitor 45 Hall Proctor 45 Spring Pageant
2, 45 Doll Shop 35 Girls' League Honor Roll eight
Lane, Phyllis Commercial, Science
A. S. C. 45 Central Council 45 Color Girl 25 Red
Feather 3, 45 Vox Puellarum 3, 45 Senior Counselor
Chairman 45 All-Activity Letter 2 Bars5 Doll Shop
35 Spring Pageant 2, 45 Big Cousin 3, 45 Math Club
2, 3, 45 Tamarack Representative 25 Red Cross Rep-
resentative 35 Girls' League Honor Roll eight times.
Lang, Shirley social studies
Langland, Harold Math
LaI'SOIl, DOI'lS Home Economics
Larson, Virginia L. Fine Arts
Graduated in 3Vg years: Color Girl 1, 25 Spring
Pageant 25 Girls' League Honor Roll two times.
artistic, scholastic, athletic, or musical lines.
Kelsey, Audrey Lourel
Kelsey, Duane Walter
King, Shirley Mae
Kirk, Ruth Helen
Krom, Annette Cora
Krueger, Martin J.
Larson, Virginia L.
Layton, Carol Lee
Lennard, Geraldine Opha
Lind, Eunice Mae
Linder, Sonja Ann
Lister, Eugene Lyle
Littleton, Jerry Marvin
Lonconsty, Lee N.
Lucas, Rita Joyce
You9ve been eneouraged by extra activities.
Layton, Carol Lee Home Economics
Red Cross Representative 15 Locker Monitor 3, Big
Leavett, Charles Math
Boys' Federation Representative 1, 2, Red Cross
Lennard, Geraldine Orpha Fine Arts
Transferred from Gresham, Oregon 4, Library
Lind, Eunice Mae Fine Arts
Study Hall Roll Checker 2, A. S. C. 3, Drama 4.
Linder, Sonja Ann Math
A. S. C. 1, 3, 4, Central Council 1, 3, 4, Girls' League
Representative 1, Floor Chairman 1, Red Cross Rep-
resentative 3, All-Activity Letter 2 Bars, Latin Club
2, 3, 4, President 33 Thespians 2, 3, 4, Vice President
3, Secretary 4, 'Amores Librorum 3, Color Girl 1, 2,
Red Feather 3, 4, Secretary 4, Operetta 2, 3, 4g Doll
Shop 35 Spring Pageant 2g Girls' League Honor Roll
Lister, Eugene Lyle Industrial Arts
Boys' Federation President 4, Treasurer 3g Federa-
tion Council 3, 4, A. S. C. 3, 4, Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4,
Warriors 2, 3, 4, Vice President 3, Athletic Board
Secretary 4, Hall Proctor 31 Band 2, 3, 43 Football
2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3 4.
Littleton, Jerry Marvin Science
Littleton, Meredith Fine Arts, science
Graduated in 31!2 years Girls' League Honor Roll
Lonconsty, Lee N. Manual Arts, Math
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Hall Proctor 3, 4.
LOSki, Robert Math, Industrial Arts
Boys' Federation Representative 2.
Lower, Walt Industrial Arts
Lucas, Rita Joyce Home Economics
Library Representative 2, Hall Proctor 3, 45 Roll
Checker 2, 3.
Luschei, Loren Louis Math
Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Traffic Squad 2, 3, Captain 4,
Red Cross Representative 4, News Representative 1.
Lyons, Betty Home Economics
Lyons, jack Stanley Industrial Arts
Basketball 1, 2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3,
4, Warriors 2, 3, 4, Library Representative, Operetta
4, Home Room President 4, Warriors Vice President 4.
MCCHMHHI, NCdiI1C JOHIII1 Commercial
Color Girl 2, Red Feather 3, 4, Spring Pageant 2, 4,
Big Cousin 2, After School Sports 2, 3, Doll Shop 3,
Gym Monitor 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Historian 4,
Treasurer 4, All-Activity Letter 1 Bar, Commercial
Club 3, 4, Sergeant at Arms 4, Treasurer 4, Quill and
Scroll 4, News Staff 4, Library Representative 3,
News Representative 3, Girls' League Honor Roll
MCCOUTY, Rosalie Commercial, Social Studies
Transferred from San Francisco.
McGowan, Frank Malcolm Science
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Amores Lib-
rorum 3, 4, Library Representative 3, 4, Operetta 4,
Traffic Squad 4.
MCKHY, Geraldine Commercial
McKinley, June Social Studies
McGregor, Gloria Fine Arts, Science
Graduated in 35 years, Vox Puellarum 2, 3, 4,
Library Representative 2, Girls' League Representa-
tive 1, Girls' League Honor Roll three times.
MacGregor, Betty jean Commercial
Badminton 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, Roll Checker 1,
Library Worker 2, 3, News Representative 3, Library
Representative 3, Restroom Monitor 3, Spanish Club
2, 3, Senior Counselor 4, Girls' League Honor Roll
MacKay, Betty Science
Transferred from Rockford, Washington, Senior
Counselor 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Vox Puellarum 3, 4,
Nurse Monitor 4.
Mace, Neil William Industrial Arts
You not only have your diploma to cherish,
Luschei, Loren Louis
Lyons, Jack Stanley
McCamant, Nedine Joann
McGowan. Frank Malcolm
MacGregor, Betty Jean
Mace, Neil William
Marshall, Patricia Adella
Martin. Frederick William
Matthews, Marilyn Grace
Maurer, Shirley Rae
Mehulky, James John
Meili, Harold Walter
Meili, Lois Jean
Mielke, Marcella Marie
Mitcham, Betty Lou
but also a treasure ehest of memories---
Marshall. PatI'iCi2l Adella Commercial
Red Feather 3, 4, Vox Puellarum 2, 3, 4, Reporter
4: Commercial Club 4: Home Room President 4, Big
Cousin 2, 3, 4, Spring Pageant 2, Doll Shop 3, Operetta
4, Girls' League Honor Roll three times.
Martin. Frederick William Math, History
Federation 3, A. S. C. 3, Warriors 2, 3, 4, Track 1,
2, Football 1, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, All-City 3, 4, Base-
ball 4, Home Room President 3, Vice President 2, Con
Deputy 3, 4.
Marquis, Yvonne Home Economics
Doll Shop 1, Study Hall Roll Checker 1, Locker
Monitor 1, 2, Spring Pageant 2, Gym Office Monitor
1, 2, Girls' League Representative 4, Softball 3.
Matthews. Marilyn Grace Social Studies
Color Girl 2, Red Cross Representative 2, News
Representative 3, Latin Club 2, Badminton 3, Volley-
ball 2, Softball 3, Hall Proctor 3.
Mall !'C1'. Shirley R216 Home Economics
Color Girl 2, Red Feather 3, 4, Spring Pageant 2,
Latin Club 2, 3, Secretary 3, Vox Puellarum 4, Big
Cousin 4, Red Cross Representative 4, Girls' League
Honor Roll four times.
Maycroft, Dorene Commercial
Gym Department 3, Library Representative 2, 3,
Big Cousin 4.
Mehulky, james john Industrial Arts
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room President 2, Hall
Proctor 3, 4, Baseball 2, Basketball 2, 3, Boys' Fed-
cration Representative 2, Sports-for-all Swimming 3.
Me-ili, Harold Walter Math
Math Club 2, 3, 4, Ground Squad 3, 4.
Meili, Lois 162111 Commercial
Beginning Dramatics 2, Library Representative 1,
2, 3, 4, Big Cousin 3, 4, Tamarack Representative 1,
Spring Pageant 2, Gym Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4.
Mielke, Marcella Marie Music
Senior Dramatics 3, Color Girl 2, Operetta 2, Spring
Pageant 1, Girls' League Representative 3.
Milam, 1031116 Commercial
Girls' League President 4, A. S. C. 4, Central Coun-
cil 4, Big Cousin 4, Con Deputy 2, 4, Math Club 2, 3,
Vox Puellarum 3, 4, Senior Counselor 4, Song Leader
2, 3, 4, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, Gym De-
partment Co-Head 4, Athletic Board 4, Doll Shop 3,
Operetta 3, 4, Spring Pageant 2, 4, All-Activity Letter
3 Bars, Girls' League Representative 2, 3, After-
school-sports 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Honor Roll six
times, Restroom Co-Head 3.
MitCham, Betty Lou Foreign Languages
Color Girl 2, Red Feather 3, 4, Senior Counselor 4,
A. S. C. 3, 4, Central Council 3, 4, Locker Commis-
sioner 4, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Gym Department Co-
Head 3, All-Activity Letter 3 Bars, Latin Club 2, 3,
Vice President 4, Girls' League Representative 3, 4,
Spring Pageant 2, 4, Doll Shop 3, Girls' League Honor
Roll eight times, Athletic Board 4.
Montgomery, Mary Lou Science -,,
Color Girl 2, Red Feather 3, 4, Vox Puellarum 2, 3, '-
4, Treasurer 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Presi-
dent 4, Central Council 4, A. S. C. 4, Doll Shop 3,
Spring Pageant 2, All-Activity Letter 1 Bar.
M0'0rC, LOIS Jean Home Economics
Color Girl 2, Red Feather 3, 4, Gym Monitor 2,
Basketball 2, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Doll Shop 3, Spring
Pageant 2, 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4,'Treasurer 3,
President 4, Office Work 4, All-Activity Letter l
Bar, A. S. C. 4, Central Council 4, Red Cross Repre-
sentative 2, News Representative 3, Big Cousin 3, 4.
Morlan, James Bryan Social Studies
Football 2, 3, Track 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Fed-
eration Representative 3, Home Room President 2,
Red Cross Representative 3.
Morrow, Susan Lee Home Economics
Color Girl 2, Red Feather 3, Spring Pageant 3, Golf
2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, League Office Monitor 3, League
Honor Roll 2, Senior Counselor 4, Home Room Sec-
retary-Treasurer 4, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4, A. S. C. 4, Cen-
tral Council 4.
Munroe, Richard Allen Math
Boys' Federation President 4, Federation Council
2, 3, 4, A. S. C. 2, 3, 4, Traffic Squad 2, Lieutenant 3,
Commissioner 4, Conduct Board 4, Warriors 3, Sec-
retary 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Football 4, Basketball Mana-
ger 4, Band 2, 3, 4, North Central News Associate
Meyers, Jeanette Rita Social Studies
Transferred from Tucumcari, New Mexico.
Myers, Sally Fine Arts
Natwick, Charles Gilbert Math
,Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 4.
Cdl, Lois Marie Social Studies
, Transferred from Saginaw, Michigan, Choir 4,
Operetta 4, Red Cross Representative 4.
NCISOII, Leslie Jean Social Science, Home Eco'
Color Girl 2, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Vox
Puellarum 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, A. S. C. 4, Central
Council 4, Athletic Board 3, President 4, Red Feather
3, 4, Chairman 4, All-Activity Letter, 2 Bars, Tennis
Team 2, 3, 4, Operetta 2, Doll Shop 3, Spring Pageant
2, 4, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4, Senior Counselor 4, News Rep-
resentative 2, Gym Office Monitor 4, Girls' League
Honor Roll six times.
Neumann, Doris Alma Science
Transferred from Mead High School, Nurse's Moni-
tor 4, Locker Monitor 4, Cafeteria 4, Girls' League
Honor Roll two times.
Nlenau, Gertrude Lucille Commercial
Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Golf Team 2, Doll Shop 3,
Spanish Club 2, 3, Big Cousin 3, 4, Library Worker
2, 3, Home Room Secretary 3, Home Room Repre-
sentative 4, Badminton 2, 3, Volleyball 2, Girls'
League Honor Roll two times.
the Doll Shops, operettas, spring pageants.
Montgomery, Mary Lou
Moore, Lois Jean
Morlan, James Bryan
Morrow, Susan Lee
Munroe, Richard Allen
Meyers, Jeanette Rita
Natwick, Charles Gilbert
Neal, Lois Marie
Nelson, Leslie Jean
Neumann, Doris Alma
Nienau, Gertrude Lucille
North, Gilda Mae
- ' O'Donne11, Lotus Margaret
Olson, Barbara Jean
Orcutt, Gene Lewis
Orness, Lyle Haodre
Paddock, George Melvin
Pashek, Naomi Lenore
Phelps, Carol Coleen
The unforgettable 'state in 948'ehampionship
North, Mae Co'nl'nle1'cial
Big Cousin 2, 4, Gym Monitor 3, 4,
O'Donnell, Lotus Margaret Coinmercial
Y-Teen Secretary 3.
Olson, Barbara jean Social Studies
Doll Shop 1, Red Cross Representative 1, 2, Girl
Reserve 1, 2, 4, President 2, Home Room Treasurer 2,
Slip Collector 3, Library Monitor 4, Roll Checker 4,
Senior Counselor 4.
Orcutt, Gene Lewis Fine Arts
Art Club 2, Frosh and B Squad Football, Hall
Proctor 1, Boys' Federation 4, Operetta 1.
Orness, Lyle Haodre Manual Arts
Band 3, 4, Pep Band 4, Ground Squad 3, Frosh
Football Manager 1, Hall Proctor 3.
Orth, George Math
Art Club 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Hall Proctor 3, Golf 3, 4.
Osborn, Donald Science
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Band 1, Boys'
Federation Financial Secretary 3, Conduct Board
President 4, A. S. C. 3, 4, Traffic Squad 4, Warriors 4.
Paddock, George Melvin Industrial Arts
News Representative 2, Stage Crew 3, 4, Basketball
1,2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Sports 3, 4.
Pashek, Naomi Lenore Math, Home Economics
Golf 2, 3, Doll Shop 1, Spring Pageant 2, Red Cross
Representative 2, Senior Counselor 4, Big Cousin 2, 3,
4, Operetta 1, Spanish Club 2, 3, Home Room Secre-
tary 4, News Representative 4, Red Feather 4.
Perkins, Betty Home Economics, History
Girls' League Representative 2, Doll Shop 3, Big
Cousin 4, Roll Checker 4, Operetta 4.
Peterson, james Industrial Arts
Ground Squad 2, 3, Traffic Squad 2, 3, 4, Intra-
mural Sports Manager 3, 4, Cross Country Manager
4, Head Usher 4, Warriors 4.
Phelps, Cal'0l C0leeI1 Commercial, Math
Color Girl 2, Red Feather 3, 4, Math Club 2, 3, 4,
Treasurer 4, Sergeant at Arms 4, Tamarack Staff
Senior Editor 4, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4, Doll Shop 3,
Spring Pageant 2, 4, Senior Counselor 4, All-Activity
Letter 3 Bars, League Honor Roll eight times, A. S. C.
4, Central Council 4, Girls' League Representative 1,
4: Floor Chairman 4, Red Cross Representative 3,
News Representative 3, After School Sports 1, 2, 3, 4,
Gym Office Monitor 3, 4.
Phillips, Marilyn Helen Fine Arts
Transferred from John Rogers, Big Cousin 4, Art
Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Vox Puellarum 4, Locker
Monitor 3, Home Room President 4.
Piccolo, Mary Jean Home Economics '
Red Feather 3, 4, A. S. C. 4g Central Council 4g
F. H. A. 3, 4, President 43 Girls' League Representative
35 Doll Shop 1, 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta Or-
chestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4g All-Activity
Letter 2 Bars, Spring Pageant 4g Hall Proctor 4,
Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, 3, 4g Badminton 2, 3,
45 Softball 2, 3, 43 Girls' League Honor Roll five times.
Pierce, Jeanne Lois Commercial
Library Representative 4, Big Cousin 3, 45 Honor
Roll 2, 3, 4, Slip Collector 3.
Porter, Beverly Charlene Science
Graduated 315 Years, Transferred Grass Valley,
California 2g Debate 2, Spring Pageant 2, Library
Worker 33 Choir 4, Operetta 4, Big Cousin 4, Senior
Proper, Geraldine Marie Commercial
Graduated in 315 Yearsg Red Feather 3, 43 Spring
Pageant 2, 4g News Representative 3g Girls' League
Representative 2, Home Room Secretary 4, Red Cross
Representative 33 All-Activity Letter 33 Convocation
Deputy 43 A. S. C. 4, Vice President 43 Color Girl 2g
Big Cousin 2, 4, Senior Counselor 45 Girls' League
Honor Roll Chairman 4, After School Sports 2, 3, 4g
Girls' League Honor Roll six times.
Read, Donna Fine Arts
Office Worker 4, Roll Checker 3, 4, Home Room
President 4g F.H.A. 3, Treasurer 43 Library Repre-
sentative 2g Basketball 2.
RCad, Har0ld Industrial Arts
Choir 1, 2, Radio Choir 4.
Renford, Dick Industrial Arts
Revell, Janet Social Studies
Rhodes, Violet Mae Social Studies
Red Feather 3, 43 Operetta 2, 3, 4, Doll Shop 33
Spring Pageant 2, 4, Home Room Chairman 2, 3, News
Representative 1, 2, 43 Slip Collector 2, 4, Towel Cup-
board Monitor 3g Convocation Deputy 3, 45 Big Cousin
2, 4, Dance Committee 4, Interschool Relations Com-
mittee 4g A. S. C. 4g Central Council 4, All-Activity
Letter 4, Girls' League Honor Roll six times.
Rizzuto, Alexander Science
Basketball 2, 3g Baseball 2, 4, News Representative 4.
Robertson, Clem Allen Social Studies
and the Freedom Train, story of democracy,
Phillips, Marilyn Helen
Piccolo, Mary Jean
Pierce, Jeanne Lois
Porter, Beverly Charlene
Proper, Geraldine Marie
Rhodes, Violet Mae
Robertson, Clem Allen
Rose, Fred Leonard
Rosenbom, Robert Maynard
Rousselle, Robert Lowell
Sampson, Florence Marie
Sanders, Chester William
Sands, Charles Donald
Schultz, Virginia Delores
will be high lights of your school memories.
Rose, Fred Leonard Math, Science
Track 1, 4.
Rose, Wilma Home Economics
Rosenbom, Robert Maynard Math, Science
Baseball 15 Basketball 15 Traffic Squad 3, 45 Boys'
Federation Representative 1, 3g Boys' Federation
Dues Lieutenant 15 Hall Proctor 3.
Rousselle, Robert Lowell Social Studies
Baseball 2g Track 3, 45
Rummer, Frances Commercial
Tamarack Representative 35 Girls' League Rep-
resentative 45 News Representative 25 Color Girl 25
Girls' League Honor Roll seven times.
Ruth, Herbert Social Studies
Track l,25Baseba11 25 Intramural Sports Counselor 3.
Sampson, Florence Marie Home Economics
Library Worker 1, 2, 35 Color Girl 25 Softball 1, 2, 35
Swimming 2, 3, Commercial Club 2, 3.
S2iIIll1ClS, JOHII Home Economics
Graduated 316 Yearsg Girls' League Representative
25 Color Girl 2, 3g Big Cousin 25 Spring Pageant 2, 45
Operetta 2, 45 Doll Shop 3g Red Feather 45 Volleyball
45 Basketball 45 Baseball 25 All-Activity Letter 45
F. H. A. 45 Library Representative 2.
Sanders, Chester William Iiidiismal Arts
Hall Proctor 4.
Sands, Charles Donald Fine Arts
Sandstrom, Margaret Social Studies
Transferred from Bremerton, Washington5 Roll
Checker 35 Operetta 45 Better North Central Com-
Schultz,Virginia Delores Commercial
Color Girl 25 Red Feather 3, 45 Commercial Club
3, 45 Red Cross Representative 25 Library Representa-
tive 45 Library Worker 2, 3, 45 Tennis Team 2, 3, 43
All-Activity Letterg League Honor Roll six times.
SChI.ltZ, BCVCI'ly JCHII Home Economics, M ath.
Red Feather 3, 43 Senior Counselor 43 Home Room
Secretary 43 Big Cousin 2, 3, 43 Girls' League Honor
Roll two times.
Sebring, Loretta Commercial
Red Feather 3, 43 Big Cousin 2, 33 Spring Pageant
2, 43 Home Room Secretary 23 Library Representa-
tive 23 Badminton 1, 23 Volleyball 23 Basketball 1, 23
Roll Checker 43 All-Activity Letter3 Girls' League
Honor Roll five times.
Sl'lCll0H, C2lI'0l Elaillii Home Economics
Library Representative 1, 43 Roll Checker 23 Senior
Counselor 43 Big Cousin 2, 33 F. H. A. 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
Shinkel, Samuel Fred Science, Math
Transferred from Ritzville, Washington 4.
Simpson, Joseph P. Manual Arts
Federation Representative 1, 23 Boys' Federation
Council 3, 43 A. S. C. 3, 43 Home Room President 1, 33
Warriors 33 Basketball 1, 23 Track 1, 2, 3, 43 Boys'
Federation Clerk 4.
Slind, Mardell Elaine Home Economics
Red Cross Representative 13 Basketball 23 Gym
Office Monitor 2, 33 Spring Pageant 23 Doll Shop 33
Convocation Deputy 43 Hall Proctor 43 Big Cousin 2,
43 Senior Counselor 43 Slip Collector 4.
Smith, Ronald James Social Studies
Boys' Federation Dues Collector 23 Boys' Feder-
ation Representative 33 News Representative 3.
Smith, Neil Manual Arts
Football 1, 2, 3, 43 Track 1, 2, 33 Warriors 3, Ser-
geant at Arms 4.
Smith, Roland Math, Manual Arts
Transferred from John Rogers3 Football 33 Basket-
ball 33 Track 3, 4.
Smith, Shirley Ann Home Economics
Color Girl 2, Vice President 23 Red Feather 3, 43
Girls' League Representative 3, 4, Floor Chairman 43
Big Cousin 43 Spring Pageant 2, 43 Operetta 43 Office
Monitor 43 Girls' League Honor Roll four times3 Ten-
nis Team 33 Home Room Secretary 33 All-Activity
Letter 43 Red Cross Representative 3.
Snider, Lloyd Glenn Mann, Social studies
Orchestra 23 Track 2, 3, 43 Cross Country 3, 43 War-
SpCIldl0VC, Paul L. Industrial Arts
Stage Crew 1, 2, 3, 43 B Squad Football 1, 23 Track
13 News Representative 33 Tamarack Representative
43 Hall Proctor 4.
' The pleasures of the senses pass quielelyg
Schutz, Beverly Jean
Shelton, Carol Elaine
Shinkel, Samuel Fred
Simpson, Joseph P.
Slind, Mardell Elaine
Smith, Ronald James
Smith, Shirley Ann
Snider, Lloyd Glenn
Spendlove, Paul L.
Springer, Diane Dare
Stevenson, Barbara Esabelle
Straub. Dolores Monito
Stumbaugh, Leslie Lee
Swanbeck, Arnold Bruce
Taber, Flora Elizabeth
Thompson, Frank Alfred
Thompson, Joan Patricia
those of the heart
Spratt, James Fine Arts, Manual Arts
Conduct Board 4, Ground Squad 2, 3, Commissioner
4, Boys' Federation Representative 4, A.S. C. 4, Art
Club 2, 3, 4, Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4.
Springer, Diane Dare Fine Arts
Song Leader 2, 3, 4, Operetta 3, 4, Doll Shop 3,
Spring Pageant 2, 4, Home Room President 2, 3, Rest-
room Co-Head 3, Gym Department Co-Head 4, Art
Club 2, 3, 4, Vice President 4, Vox Puellarum 2, 3, 4,
Senior Counselor 4, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4, Tennis Team
2, 3, 4, Co-Captain 4, A.S.C. 4, Central Council 4,
Athletic Board 4, Girls' League Representative 2, All-
Activity Letter 3 Bars, Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Badminton
2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Girls' League Honor Roll six
times, Dance Committee Chairman 4.
Steele, Joann Science
Transferred from Mead High School, Slip Collector
4, News Representative 4, League Honor Roll Co-
Chairman four times, Central Council 4, A. S. C. 4.
Stevenson, Barbara Esabelle Social Studies
Girls' League Honor Roll seven times, Big Cousin
2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, Senior Counselor 4, Girls' League
Representative 1, Commercial Club 4, Tamarack Rep-
resentative 2, Library Monitor 1, 2, 3, 4, Home Room
Secretary 3, Home Room President 4.
Straub, Dolores Monito Home Economics
Red Feather 3, 4, Operetta 1, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4,
Doll Shop 1, 3, Vice Chairman 3, Spring Pageant 2, 4,
All-Activity Letter 3 Bars, Basketball Captain 1, 2, 4,
F. H. A. 3, Reporter 3, Home Room Vice President 2,
Senior Counselor 4, West Valley Badminton Tourna-
ment 3, Softball Manager 1, Ice Skating Chairman 4.
S0013 b000Ine 80I'l'0lU85
Stumbaugh, Leslie Lee Science
Sunderland, Gerald Industrial Arts
Orchestra 1, 2, Boys' Federation Representative 2,
News Representative 1.
Swanbeck, Arnold Bruce Social Studies
Taber, Flora Elilabeth Foreign Languages
Red Feather 3, 4, Girls' League Representative 4,
Big Cousin 4, Senior Counselor 4, A. S. C. 4, Central
Council 4, Library Representative 2, Tamarack Rep-
resentative 3, Social Service Chairman 4, Tennis
Team 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Amores
Librorum 2, Operetta 2, 4, D011 Shop 3, Spring Pag-
eant 4, All-Activity Letter 3, Girls' League Honor
Roll six times.
Thomas, Norman Science
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis Team 3, 4, Baseball 1,
Boys' Federation Representative 1, 3, 4, Red Cross
Representative 3, 4, News Representative 3, 4, Fed-
eration Department Head 4, A. S. C. 4.
Thompson, Frank Alfred Music
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Glee Club 1, Fire Squad 1, Oper-
etta Orchestra 3, Choir 4, Operetta 4.
Thompson, Joan Patricia Commercial
Gym Monitor 1, 3, Red Cross Representative 2, Li-
brary Representative 1, Big Cousin 3, Beginning
Dramatics 2, Girls' League Representative 3, News
Towell, Robert Henry Math, Science
Debate 2, 43 Scholastic Honor Roll seven times.
Turner, Howard Raymond Math, Science
Senior Class Vice President 43 News Staff 3, As-
sociate Editor 33 Tamarack Staff 43 Quill and Scroll
3, 43 Football 43 Intramural Wrestling 33 Federation
Representative 2, 43 Tamarack Representative 33 Bet-
ter North Central Committee 2.
Van Lippeloy, Donna Lee Commercial
Vinther, Sally Anne Fine Arts
Color Girl 2, Secretary 23 Red Feather 3, 43 Color
Guard 43 Girls' League Representative 2, 3, Floor
Chairman 2, 33 Big Cousin 43 Senior Counselor 43
Girls' League Vice President 43 A. S. C. 2, 3, 43 Cen-
tral Council 2, 3, 43 Slip Collector 23 Library Repre-
sentative 33 Spring Pageant 2, 43 Girls' League Honor
goll four times3 All-Activity Letter 43 Choir 43 Spring
WV alters, Bruce Tracy Science
Federation Representative 23 A. S. C. 23 Home Room
President 43 Boys' Federation Clerk 43 Football 1, 3, 43
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 43 State Team 33 Baseball 13 Track
43 Warriors 3, 4, Treasurer 4.
Warwick, Marilou Social Science, Music
Transferred from Tekoa High School 4.
Weathers, Jack D. Math, Science
Hall Proctor 43 Tennis 1, 2, 33 Cross Country 43
Weber, Roberta Alene Home Economies
News Representative 2, 3, 43 Girls' League Repre-
sentative 33 Office Monitor 23 Gym Locker Monitor 43
Red Cross Representative 23 Volleyball 2.
Wegner, Shirley May Home Economics
Color Girl 2, Sergeant at Arms 23 Red Feather 33
Color Guard 43 Senior Counselor 43 Big Cousin 33 Con
Deputy 43 Operetta 3, 43 Doll Shop 33 Spring Pageant
2, 43 Thespian 3, 4, Secretary 4, Vice President 43
Office Monitor 43 Senior Class Secretary 43 Girls'
League Honor Roll six times.
Weltl, Shirley R056 Commercial
Roll Checker 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserve 1, 2, 3, Treasurer
23 Library Exit Monitor 3, 4.
Weir, Joy Commercial
Red Feather 3, 43 Doll Shop 1, 33 Spring Pageant
2, 43 Roll Checker 1, 23 All-Activity Letterg Girls'
League Representative 23 Office Monitor 43 Tamar-
ack Representative 23 Big Cousin 2, 3, 43 News Repre-
sentative lg Girls' League Honor Roll two times.
Werner, EleaI10I' lVI2iI'i0I1 Home Economics
Graduated in 315 Years3 Roll Checker3 Tamarack
Representativeg Senior Counselor 4.
but those of the mind remain with as always
Towell, Robert Henry
Turner, Howard Raymond
Van Lippeloy, Donna Lee
Vlnther, Sally Anne
Walters, Bruce Tracy 3. 3 ,'
Warwick, Marilou ' A 3
Weathers, Jack D, 'L ,jg 1:
Weber, Roberta Alene 4 I H
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Wegner, Shirley May I A ' " '
Weltz, Shirley Rose T Weir, Joy
Werner, Eleanor Marion
Wiedemann, Evelyn Betty
White, John Robert
Wilkinson, Clarence Melmat
Willey, Richard Lee
Wolff, Helen Ann
Woodbury, Dona Rae
Wyatt, Joyce Marie
Young, Harold Lee
. . . until the end of our journey is reached.
Wiedemann, Evelyn Betty Commercial
Library Representative 1.
White, J0lll'l R0beI't Math, Industrial Arts
Band 2, 3, 4, Operetta Orchestra 4.
Wilhite, Maurice Industrial Arts
Wilkinson, Clarence Melmat Math
Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4,
Boys' Federation Vice President 4, Dues Lieutenant 2,
3, Warriors 2, 3, 4, President 4.
Willey, RlChaI'd Lee Science
Football 2, Spanish Club 2, 3, Treasurer 4, News
Representative 4, Senior Dramatics 3, 4, Thespians 4.
Wlnt0n, James Science
A. S. C. Secretary 4, President 4, Boys' Federation
Executive Council 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Pep Band 2, 3, 4,
Doll Shop Orchestra 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, President
2, Baseball 2, Golf 3, Home Room President 4, Traffic
Wolff, Helen Ann Home Economics
Red Feather 4, Historian-Reporter 4, Doll Shop 3,
Spring Pageant 4, Girls' League Honor Roll eight
times, Girls' League Representative 1, 4, Floor Chair-
man 4, A. S. C. 4, Central Council 4, Big Cousin 2, 3, 4,
Tamarack Staff 4, Senior Editor 4, News Staff 4,
News Editor 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Secretary-treas-
Woodbury, Dona Rae Fine Arts
Library Slip Collector 1, Cashier Cafeteria 1, 2, 3,
4, Y-Teens 2, 3, Red Cross Representative 4, Library
Wyatt, Joyce Marie Social Studies
Big Cousin 4, Senior Counselor 3, Home Room Vice
President 3, Home Room Secretary 3.
Yeager, Laura Fine Arts
Library Worker 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves, Softball 1.
Young, Harold Lee Industrial Arts
Youngman, Robert Industrial Arts
Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Stage Crew 3, 4, Home
Room Vice President 2, Tamarack Representative 2.
Ziglar, Joanne Commercial
Color Girl 2, 3, Red Feather 3, 4, Girls' League Sec-
retary 4, Spring Pageant 2, 4, Operetta 4, Doll Shop
3, Senior Counselor 4, Big Cousin 4, A. S. C. 4, Cen-
tral Council 4, Convocation Deputy 4, Home Room
Secretary, Girls' League Honor Roll six times, Li-
brary Representative 1, 4.
Scholastic Honor Roll
To qualilly for the Scholastic Honor Roll, Z1 senior A must have ll grade average ol' B or
better and have made at least lfi credits in a Spokan: high school with no semester grade
below D. The following seniors. in order of their averages, have met these qualifications:
Carol Jeane Babbitt
J ack Gross
Mary Lou Montgomery
Mary Ann Converse
Leslie Jean Nelson
Betty Jean McGregor
Senior ll 9s
Home Room 13
Front row, left to right: Frances
Rummer, Dorothy Mele, Peggy
Thorpe, Joan Samuels, Lonita
Siemer, Marilyn Shields. Eleanor
Werner. Second row: Miss Hill,
Gerry Proper, Dorothy Haight, De-
lores Schollard. Joanne Stromme,
Leonna Edgerton, Doris Nelson,
Donna Mae Thompson, Joyce Heinz.
Third row: Erwin Richardson, Bud
Somers, Bob Ytreeide, Andy Wood,
Gilbert Clark, Gene Wingard, Don
Locker, Jay Bly, Murlin Warner.
Home Room 112
Front row, left to right: Jean Tice.
Hazel Dean, Norma Tefft, Gerry
Hills, Shirley Box, Ilah Hillyard,
Second row: Dave Fish, Harold Hop-
kins. Kathleen Bigham, Frances
Bennett, Dorothea Davis, Marilyn
Crandell, Mr. Malterner. Third row:
Jack Larson, Neil Austin, Carl Fun-
seth, Dan Blodgett, Dennis Cantrell,
Vic Hudson, Don Perry.
Home Room 211
Front row, left to right: Floyd
Bursch, Howard Strick, Dorothy
Cosby, Mary Ann Loan, Beverly
Steagall, Dick Bauman, Raymond
King. Second row: Mr. Manfred,
Meredith Littleton, Gloria McGregor,
Peggy Ann Till, Nellie Wilson, Ken-
neth Benshoof, Earl Wash, Mary
Jane Grady, Maryellen Wilson, Dolly
Sullivan, Joanne Frounfelter. Third
row: Don Hesselman, Melvin Lunde,
Bob Groom, George Manos, Dewey
Almas, Bill Klise, Walt Eva, Fred
Mitchell, Bill Jobb.
Home Room C-2
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Front row, left to right: Don Lane,
Norma Tuttle, Mary Luchini, Bev-
erly Phipps, Ray Lackey. Second
row: Charles Colbert, Gerald Ross,
Jeanne King. Russell Lackey, Glenn
Miller. Third row: Jim Moore, Chuck
Chandler, Gene Whiting, Dolores
Piper, Ray Hartman, Gerald Webster,
Junior A Ss
Home Room 14
Front row, left to right: Incz Hahn,
Donna Graham, Violet Christman,
Leta Cook, Kathleen Champlin,
Iackie deSarro, Barbara Elntslie,
Jean Hoaglund, Arlene Gilbert. Sec-
ond row: Barbara Ferree, Virginia
French. Diane Crow, Marilyn Hunter,
Dolores Jensen, Carol Green, Doris
Casteel, Barbara Bullock, Mary El-
lern, Miss Graham. Third row: Char-
lene Rice, Patricia Cook, Joan Henle,
June Binger, Clarice Barth, Ardith
Hiller, Dolores MeGiElivary, Audrey
Hunt. Virginia Wagner, Anne Bout-
Home Room 100
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Front row, left to right: Mervin
Carlson, Charles Kroetch, Milo Clark,
Donald Town. Curtis Reece, Daniel
Ross, Bob Thompson, Jack Sea-
graves. Second row: Jack Vogel, Jack
Holmberg, Gayle Davis, Harold Van-
nurden, Louis Becker, Charles Feske.
Charles Gerlach, George Roberg, Mr.
Danielson. Third row: John Edwards,
J. B, Hefierlin, Dick Edwards, Dick
Miller, Lee Picard, Donald Allen,
Frank Glatt, Bob Rogers, Douglas
Home Room 102
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Front row, left to right: Dave
Pencosky, Ronald Marks, Bob Ka-
nitz, Mickey McHargue, Dale Plew-
inan, Darrell Theige, John Spry,
Don Kuhlman, Lloyd Olsen. Second
row: Charles Nealey, Bill Horn, Dick
Reldburn, Dick Rudisile, Dave
Smith, Donald Hergert, George Peo-
ples, Mr. Griggs. Third row: Tom
O'Leary, Jim Norton, Dale Johnson,
Dennis Johnson, Eddie Johnson, Don
McCullough, Jack Maxfield, Lewis
Lee, Cliff Lunneborg.
Home Room 107
Front row, left to right: Phyllis
Benson, Ruth Gilbert, Barbara Sei-
ser, Joan Dunham, Shirley Enderson,
Betty Ullman, Helen Van Hover,
Marilu Karlye, Joan Hutt, Pearl
Kadar. Second row: Dona Williams,
JoAnn Mayheu, Marilyn Peterson,
Lucille Phipps, Emerance Picard,
Rose Perkins, Lorraine Mosling,
Shirley Rosenstein, Lavon Taylor,
Nadine Ruhling, Miss Damon. Third
row: Sunshine Gilmore, Joan Pen-
nington, Katie Thomas, Shirley
Feeder, Josephine Wurtz, Bettie
Porter, Carla Herzog, Beverly Sem-
ling, Lavonne Tea', Leona Weaver.
Erma Jean Alexander, Beth Reehl.
Home Room 116
Front row, left to right: Miss
Clausen, Helena Watson, Gladys Dor-
rell, Joyce Holman, Bernadean Bar-
tleson, JoAnn Clarke, Shirley Longly,
Barbara Wright, Nyla Orness, Loel
Kuhrt. Second row: lone Fox, Nona
Wolfgram, Wyoma Tryon, Molly
Lambert, Donna Kellom, Patsy Lind-
berg, Norma McVay, Connie Quam,
Jeri Kippen, Rosada Olson. Third
row: Bill Stewart, John Tollefsen,
Kenneth Thompson, Ernie Larson,
Dick Smith, Richard Hawley, John
Cobb, Homer Trotter, Glenn Strat-
ton, Dick Rockstrom.
Home Room 200-A
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Front row, left to right: Russell
Wayland, Neil Iverson, Robert Dow-
ler, Dave Baxter, Dick Ford, Bill
Flinn, Don Eilmes, Virgil Purcell,
Adren Browning, Mr. Randall. Sec-
ond row: Walter Flint, Kenneth Cool,
Bill Chandler, Chuck Crow, Bob
Brooks, Larry Held, Jerry Goudge,
Ed Anderson, Jack Garvin, Charles
Ralph. Third row: Eugene Frazer,
Bob Goodwin, Ronald Israel, Jack
Fiskness, Jim Gillogly, Harold Gris-
wold. Larry Bockstruck, Gordon
Anderson, Dave Eseke.
Home Room 203
Front row, left to right: Patricia
Smith, Jerry Morrison, Helen Wet-
terhus, Ruthie Merkel, Lois Jacoy,
Ann Maas, LeAnn Johnson, Donna
Neher, Mary Ann Reilly, Joan Ped-
erson. Second row: Janet Peter,
Gloria Grant, Don Gaby, Beverly
Timmers, Norris Vevea, Norene Por-
ter, Irene Porter, Loretta Gleason,
Don Williams, Thelma Doggett.
Joyce Hoffman, Third row: Marian
Heuston, Blanche Pellcberg. Dave
Strawn, Cyril Vinneau, Bill Hunz,
Miss Cleveland, Ronn Pickard, Paul
Lydig, Harold Williams, Betty Wil-
cox, June Hartnett.
Home Room 217
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Front row, lcft to right: Harriet
Lewis, Eileen Larson, Helen Lew-
ison, Dora Powell, Loraine Price,
Betty Knutson, Heleen Reed, Jane
Powell, Barbara Schussler. Second
row: Mrs. Hawes, Beth Coe, Norma
Oliver, Marion Krokom, Donna Lee
Pittman, Audrey Springer, Carol Mc-
Bride, Letty Sponagel, June Schafer.
Third row: Joyce Lee, Jean Thomas,
Virginia Roeter, Shirley Spink, Carol
Sliger, Gene Sprinkel. Sally Lang-
don, Dixie Lee McMurray, Margue-
rite May, Lila Morigeau, Dolores
Home Room 219
Front row, left to right: Patricia
Maddux, Patricia Bentley, Harriet
Blair, Roselie Collins, Dorene Her-
rington, Virginia Williams, Donna
Evans, Norma Fairfax, EddieLou
Tarvin, Barbara Carr. Second row:
Jimmie Gaines, Betty Blackwood.
Ruth Ewell, Patricia Laudwein, Fay
Woodward, Beverly Summers, Mar-
cia Sipes, Ramona Stickel, Miss Betz.
Third row: Bob Colasurdo, Don
Lockhart, Lafe Materne, Clare Tracy,
Joan Cochran, Dolores Carson, Helen
Giakovmis, Marvin Nyberg, Marvin
Werner, Lou Pollak, Don Barth.
Home Room 305
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Front row, left to right: Dorothy
Swank, Donnalu Wrinkle, Audrey
Zimmer, Rosa Lee Swenson, Ione
Schrenck, Joanne Sullivan, Roberta
Hanks, Florence Wurtz, Elaine Silk,
Dolores Thosath, Constance Manskey.
Second row: Arnold Arnot, Ronnie
Hendricks, Floyd Graham, Shirley
Lynch, Shirley Atherton, Delores
Warnke, Gayle Yenney, Hilma Uli-
john, Ray Edwards, Curtis Bentley,
Mr. Riopelle. Third row: Frank
Storey, Bruce Brotzman, Dick Lath-
rop, James Hoadley, Jack Munn,
Ernest Knowles, Albert Walker,
Donald Wold, Don DeFeyter.
Home Room 320
Front row, left to right: Dixie
Roberts, Janet Worthington, Velda
Brooks, Pat Wilson, Donna Lee Hyer,
Joyce Byrne, Shirley Manlove, Lee
Hoover, Don Bredesen. Second
row: Mr. Hoesley, Gale Carlson, Tom
Deno, Catherine Wagner, Peggy
Schussler, Beverly Bynon, Shirley
Hurlbut, Alvin Byrne, Richard
Munk, Franklin Day, James Hallam,
Jim Roberts. Third row: Warren
Heber, Len Moseanko, Bill Lux, Dick
Wrenn, Keith Johnson, Bob Reser,
Bill Young, Derl Harter, Jack
Walker, Richard Guy, Tom Clutter,
Junior Il fs
Home Room 12
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Front row, left to right: Bill Weber,
Loretta Jones, Delores Watt, Marilyn
Wagner, Bennie Bowcutt, Elaine
Morgan, Tom Stumbaugh. Second
row: Mr. Mhyre. Lois Stevens, Janet
Squibb, Stan Framstad, Maurice
McDonald, Carol Benner, Barbara
Garside, Melvin McCuddin. Third
row: Elmer Rollins, Don Schudel,
Dale Hundeby, Dewey Rollins, Garry
Bailey, Gerald Fry, Grant Walter.
Home Room 105
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Front row, left to right: Charlotte
Anderson, Jacqueline Kinne, Mary
Keith, Eulale Rognlie, Gloria Wid-
mer, Marian Mosso, Grace Horning.
Second row: Barbara Bergman.
Laura Mae Stewart, Carol Adams,
Della Hough, Suzanne Ellis, Stella
Martello, Phyllis Osburn. Third row:
Violet O'Donnell. Beverly Groom.
Beverly Nelson. Lurene Draxton,
Marian Babcock, Diane Wilson, Sally
Fisken, Beverly Nordlund, Mary
Home Room 114
Front row. left to right: Evelyn
Abbott, Lois Nyreen, Lois Womach.
Erma Williamson, Jeanne Fellows,
Gertrude Schneider. Shirley Lam-
bert, Betty Hawes. Joyce Szymczak.
Second row: Nancy Pencosky, Lois
Devancey. Donna Moe. Dona Cork,
Donna Mroford. Mary Penna, Mari-
anne Fuqua, Carolyn Hutchins. Third
row: Jacqueline Henning, Janis
Stark, Joyce Culkins, Marlene Dwi-
nelle, Bonnie Gunning, Donalee
Springer. Darlene Blandy, Georgia
Miller, Louise Waugh, Jean Noel,
Home Room 120
Front row, left to right: Joyce
Minden, Dolores Coleman, Wanda
Douglas, Gerrie Gay, Vivian Thomp-
son, Gloria Green, Imogene Knight,
Nadine Chandler. Second row: Kenny
Allen, Ed Gossett, Marilyn Chase,
Donna Robinson, Ronald Mickus,
Barry McMahon, Mr. Chandler. Third
row: Orning Fjelstad, David Canwell,
Gary Blomgren, Dale Douglas, Jim
Dunsire, Ronald Stone, Bill Oberheu,
Lowell Caruso, Larry Garllnghouse.
Home Room 216
Front row, left to right.: Alvin
Werner, Ralph Michaels, Melvin
Varner. Vern Osterback, Darrell
Kuelpman, Joe Cozzetto, Everett
Story. Second row: Charles Perkins,
Eugene Simons, Bob Mudge, George
Burton, James Bohanon. Mr. Chris-
tenson. Third row: Bill Cox, John
Hocking, Roger Tokarz, Donald Ros-
enlund, Earl Montee, Charles Mochel.
Home Room 319
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Front row, left to right: Art Pryor,
Jack Fruit. Ray Wallen, Bob Brad-
ley, Creighton Darling, Don Flem-
ming, Virge Duchow, Bob Skinner.
Eddie Heavener. Second row: Mr.
McNew, Gaylen Johnson, Jerry Drey-
er, Glen Babbitt, Kayo Hancock,
Dick Meyer, Roland Paeper, Alan
Christensen, Bill Loveless. Third row:
Larry Tuttle, Bruce Short, Tom
James, Bill McKay, Andy Ericksen,
Richard Armfield, Bob O'Conner,
Earl Smith. Larry Dyer, Howard
Home Room 6
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Front row. left to right: F. Cam-
mel, Ronald Upp, Charles Hudson,
Duane Tucker, Bob Newland, Rob-
ert Stockman, Earl Finch, Second
row: Bob Swanson, Robert Scher,
Donald Wolfe, Louis Starner, Ber-
nard Pederson, John Brewer, Kenny
Curry, Leon Weber. Third row:
Eugene Harvey, James Gardner, Pat
Mundi, James Tefft, Ted Haskell,
Jack Evenoff, Keith Darling, Verne
Home Room 100
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Front row, left to right: Beverly
Cline, Virginia Bonney, Pat Bren-
nan, June Johnson, Joanne Baxter.
Carol Anderson, June Anderson,
Ronald Bockstruck, Don Dunn.
Second row: Miss Allison, Ronald
Gerlrensneyer, Jim Breneiser, Lo-
raine Rosmusser, Marian Crisp, Jo
Ann Garske, Barbara Goodman,
Carol Beaty. Paul Morford, Jack
Bradymire. Third row: Vern Com-
stock, Dick Battell, Dwight Booth,
Gary Austin, Frances Graham, Mar-
garet Bell, Ann Blodgett, Frank
Vandenbos, Bert Asplund, Ken
Home Room 104
Front row, left to right: Viola
Viers, Irene Mehulky, Ellen Kawa-
guchi. June Leinan, Rosemarie Lip-
tac, Karin Cederwall, Marilyn
Ccrenzia, G'oria Minelli, Marcie
Hinshaw. Second row: Dorothy
Froehlich, Ollie Hart, Geraldine Sills,
Janet Lyons, Clara Seigle, Noreen
Hoffer. Joan Ennest, Coty Klooz.
Marguerite Hunton. Patty Harrison.
Third row: Vona McLean, Lila Lep-
pell, Wilma Yarber, Beverly Swan-
beck, Naomi Settle, Frances Gallaher,
Caro'yn Crowe, Jeanine Stevenson.
Mary Loy Compogno, Sarajenniel
Home Room 113
Front row, left to right: June
Evans, Clarabell Hydorn, Beverly
Kifer, Jackie Dougherty, Ruth
Cooper, Karen Anderson, Carol Len-
ick, Gloria Davis, Katherine Kelp.
Second row: Pat Hanson, Ada Allen,
Judy Link, Helen Anderson, Aleeta
Young, Nancy Cox, Mary Jacobson,
Marian Williams, Grita Alden, Miss
Illsley. Third row: Virginia Coberly,
Mary Ann Bjornton, Betty Abbott,
Patty Holloway, Shirley Dubray,
Florence Coleman, Donna Green.
Marlene Bartlett, Barbara Allen.
Home Room 118
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Front row, left to right:Jack Coil,
Edward Reynolds, Bill Zink, Ralph
Ferguson, Robert Phillips, Bill Ro-
loff, Pete Winkleman. Second row:
Mr. Nygaard, Dick Stacy, Robert
Wirsch, Ronald Kritzer, Sam Lo-
rango, Richard Bishop, Dennis Roff,
James Rowland. Third row: Dudley
Woodbury, Louis Ott, Jack Meredith,
Charles Speers, Richard Patterson,
Warde Sligh, John Jennings, T. J.
Otterbein, Richard Holmberg, George
Home Room 202
Front row, left to right: Dan
Myers, Jim Welsh, Suzie Roeter,
Sylvia Hannah, Gus Richmond, Frank
Phillips, Rae Long, Delores Royster,
LouAnn Habel, Carlyn Theige, Mary
Jo Payne. Second row: Marion
Pease, Frank Paggett, Ron Proper,
June DeGroote, Diane Samuels,
Sally Pratt, Barbara Perkins, Mary
Beth Thomas, Robin Rymond, Lou
Jean Reid, Jackie Prall, Miss Theis.
Third row: Lynn Collin, Jack
Rubens, Gordon Peckham, Bob Har-
rington, Mick Rizzuto, Eddie Perdue,
Vernon Olson, Ron Hagadone, David
Ross, Eddie Porta, Jack Morgan.
Home Room 204
Front row. left to right: Wally
Greear, Charlotte Morrison, Donna
Leuthy, Barbara Keats, Marjorie
Matthews, Dora May Greenman,
MaryLou Payne, LaVae Heineking,
Neil Keck. Second row: Miss Raw-
lings, Judy Lathrop, Ann Krueger,
Barbara McCarty. Mary Keene, Billie
Anne Morgan, Jean Johnson, Joanne
Gruber, Mardene McCarrey, Joyce
Manring, Marvin Lanphere, Edgar
McNeal. Third row: Jerry Gross, Tom
Joy, Dick Lendelof. Paul Carlson,
Carroll Jones, Gordon Love, Dick
Greenwood, Don Miller, Don Jami-
son, James Loski. John Mead.
Home Room 213
Front row, left to right: Joan
Nienau, Roslyn Gwynne, Joyce Luft.
Mary Johnston, Pattie Fenn, Shirley
Widman, Rose Marie Peterson. Sec-
ond row: Miss Rozell, Barbara
Meyers, Betty Werhan, Colleen Cor-
bin, Dorothy Catlow, Shirley Schu-
bach, Darlene Brott, Margie Wing,
Wilma Reid. Third row: Maureen
Cluff, Frances Weeks, Shirley Dun-
lop, Virginia Trefry, Carol Lee,
Herta Schmidt, Marjorie Hartman,
Home Room 214
Front row, left to right: Gerry Ann
Brockway, Lillian Barth, Martha
Huddleston, Virginia Engle, Barbara
Davis, Blanche Harvey, Harlene
Weatherwax, Marilou Ludwigson,
Mikey McGetrick, Cecil Gohrman,
Roberta Wise, Barbara Barrett. Sec-
ond row: Peggy Ellsworth, Ardenia
McClure, Audrey Miller, Joan Brand,
Christina Max, Donna Phelps, Jo-
anna Nelson, Doris Loan, Joyce Tan-
ner, Laura Lee Staughton, Mrs.
Dunphy. Third row: Patty McHargue,
Myrna Vandiver, Lorraine Maxwell.
Geraldine Cash, Marilyn Sebring,
Ruth Shearer, Shirley Nevin, Rae
Ann Symmonds, Natalie Mills, Wil-
lomae Saiter, Karen Tollefson.
Home Room 215
Front row, left to right: Pat Dun-
can, Donna Elliot, Mary Ensberg.
Margaret Eseke, Elinor Hood, Geral-
dine Frye, Dorothy Johnson, Stuart
Evey, Rodney Funseth, Herman
Meyer. Second row: Mr. Griswold,
Annette Bowen, Jeanne Frieske,
Marilyn Ellis, Carmen Hopper, Phyl-
lis Phillips, William Cook, John Bell,
William Ellern, Bill Zude, Dennis
Eaton. Third row: Dorothy Conway,
Arlene Ferrier, Patricia Degenhart,
Helen Hubbell, Beverly Gardner,
Dean Dennison, Gerald Fowler,
Robert Smith, James Daugherty,
Burwell Fieghner, Charles Hill,
Home Room 220
Front row, left to right: Jeannette
Thom, Janice Springer, Nancy Has-
kins, Paula Youngman, Sunny Steele,
Marian Wolfe, Verna Fisher, Bob
Refeem, Lorna Zorn, Betty Webster,
Charles Wiggins. Second row: Bob
Selland, Robert Zellar, Duane Hobbs,
Arthur Sponagel, Ron Schaeffer, Ann
Hedger, Lavonne Snider, Kay Whita-
ker, Yvonne Schoepke, S ally
Knowles, Jo Anne Freeman, Third
row: Don Weaver, Dan Tibbitts, Bill
Ellis, Duane Tobias, Glenn White,
Paul Collard, Ronnie Haynes, William
Thomas, Kermit Johnson, Chuck
Stenerson, Mr. Thompson.
Home Room 303
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Front row, left to right: Darrell
Heller, Alvin Lcmmons, Dick Gus-
tafson, Earl Wittncr, Gcne Wise. Bill
Koehler, Vernon Gray, Dick Mar-
lowe, Second row: Frank Wells, Tom
Harris, Lawrence Wilson, Clinton
David, Rolland Robbins, Frank Ro-
berg, Eurvon Clcnienl, Mr. Hix,
Third row: Jim VVeeks. Roger Stein,
David Don, Bill Fowler. Robert
Jobb, Kenneth Varcoe. Archie Oes-
treicher. Bill Hogan.
Home Room 304
Front row, left to right: James
Buckley. Dale Mitcliell, George Fish,
Jim Chichester, Willie Boyd, Robert
Bryce. Dick Bremer, Dick James,
Dick Burson, Don Smith. Second
row: Everett Bailey, Bob Carlson,
Jack Bowcutt, Ron Brown, Garlyn
Barber. Gifford Spitzer, Stan
Stempke, Don Chichester, Richard
Green, Mr. Rodkey. Third row: Phil
Soike. Jack Scollard. Roger Mace.
Ron Safflc. Don Shaw, Richard
Schram, Cloyd Nolan, Lawrence Car-
ver, Jack Arrasmith, Charles Ber-
quisl. Arthur Sharpe.
Sophomore B 's
Home Room lll
Front row, left to right: Marvin
Sampson. Bob Rogers, Pat Milam,
Jerri Valiqnette, Amy McGuire. Lois
Oxreider, LaJune Harris. Betty Lea-
vitt. Albert Jones. Second rcw: John
Dixon. Carol Haas, Mary Ann Malm-
quisl, Gail Jackson, Jean Shelton.
Jacqueline Rice. Patricia Morton,
James Snnierlin, Arden Evcnson,
Miss McHugh. Third row: Ralph
Wolbert, Jim Blossey, Virginia Penna.
Joyce Kolb, Dorene Koenig, Rosa
Porta, Joan Harbour. Florence Ma-
risch. Dean Lydig. Alan Torgerson.
Home Room 312
Front row, lcft to right: Seeran
Cross, Mary Langdon, Lois Taylor.
Lorraine Mann, Maryann Santorsola,
Violet Stutzman, Mildred Bettis. Sec-
ond row: Lynn Fackenthall, Joan
Wirsch, Beverly Howard. Lillian
Krauss. Mary Lou Otlnncr, Margene
Lang, Carol Slosser, Miss Boehme.
Third row: Joan Shultz, Joanne Cog-
ley. Roma Bowles, Beverly Blayden,
Mabellc Mead, Ardcll Strand. Paul-
ine Huff, Janice Thorsen, Pai
Home Room 314
Front row, left to right: Wayne
Fiskness, Drew Bond, Gerry Green,
Hollie Fleenard, Beverly Fritsch,
Donna Aldrich, Marilynn Flinn,
George Shawley, Harold Anderson.
Second row: Durene James, Verlee
Beckham, Theresa Sauser, Ginger
Coomes, Murlane Davis, Judy Cooper,
Barbara Britton, Beverly Blackwell,
Mr. Bonamy. Third row: Bill Dona-
hue, Herb Dorr, Roland Carman,
Don Brown, Gerald Grose, Melvin
Davis, LeRoy Fowler, Gale Graham,
Home Room 316
Front row, left to right: Ray Ray-
neer, Bob Compadore, Glenn Meinke,
Jerry Stack, Lewis Spitzer, Richard
Petragallo, Howard Vietzke, Danny
Petruss, Maurice Miles, Bernard
Jacobson, Gene Bursch. Second row:
Kenneth Wilhelmy, Norman Berry,
John Howlett, Seldon Mills, Harold
Reeser, Bill Langdon, George Col-
lins, Richard Nyberg, Roy Hardin,
Alvin Greening, Bruce Keith, George
Peters, Mr. Smith. Third row: Rich-
ard Coe, Don Hamlin, David Bre-
shears, Allen Van Curler, Robert
Tuttle, Donald Berg, Dale Munkers,
Richard Patterson, George Pederson,
Morris Pixley, Elmer McKeever, Joe
Tewinkel, Robert Kohl. f
Freshman A 's
Home Room Cafe
Front row, left to right: Roy
Hurst, Arthur Neil, Lee Aspaas,
Rosalind Smith, May Berglund, Larry
Springer, Charles Henthorn, Edwin
Edgerton, Ray Barnes. Second row:
Miss Butler, Fern Dorrell, Velvagay
Anderson, Lorraine Frost, Duane
Erickson, Bill Hunton, David Grant,
Edna Worthington, Doris Johnson.
George Stratton. Third row: Judy
Hanson, Marian Moran, Elva Bee-
man, Lois Galloway, Dolores Pearson,
John McKay, Donald Merrick, John
Atkinson, Bill Powell, Jerry Mason,
Home Room 1
Front row, left to right: Richard
Wahl, Tom Madison, Davin Sanders,
Donald Noren, Ronald Pick, Mr.
Hagen, Claude O'Brien, Bruce Rob-
ertson, Walter Close, Ewin Thieman,
Robert Pahkama. Second row: Rob-
ert Pelleberg, Billie Kiper, Calvin
Weimer, Glenn Samford, Irman
Greenberg, Richard Sutherland, Lynn
Pilant, Mike Fraser, Virgil Becker,
Jim Poole. Third row: Johnny Tuft,
Mickey Chesrown, Frank Warrington,
James Ehrgott, Jereld Walton, Gary
Peterson, Willis Benson, Donald La-
noue, Frank Ulijohn, Donald Rohrer.
Home Room 103
lrzrilz ll 'inklcy
Front row, left to right: Patsy
Kain. Joan Crandell, Lenor Sontag,
Ann Weston, Nadine Creek, Louise
Ja-nes, Jackie Bartleson. Donna Ven-
sei. Leah Widman, Donna Reed.
Second row: Miss Winkley, Peggy
Newby, Wolda Nickell, Joan Stem-
pel, Joyce Stempel, Wilma Taylor,
Nancy Huff, Eciythe Johnston, Grace
Ide, Dorothy Harkins, Shirley Kinne.
Third row: Marjorie Werhan, Mar-
garet Strick, Marlene Johnston, Mary
Lou Jamison. Gay Stephenson, Mar-
garet Swain. Carole Holmberg, Betty
Jess, Janet Jones, Ruth Jones,
Home Room 3
Front row, left to right: Don Boyer,
James Fish, James Myers, Bob Far-
ris, Richard Douglas, Bruce Grand-
staff, Wenciall Hull, Ken Dunn, Gary
Peterson, Jim Maxwell, Durwood
Johnson. Second row: Mr. Broad-
Well, Floyde Cooper, Larry Widrner,
Don Hanks. Ted Holloway, Gary
Fraklin, Dick Ladeen, Dick Scott,
Jim Heaston, Bob LaLonde. Third
row: Norman King, Ron Keen, Bob
Lininger, Gary Hetherington, Don
Frasier, Ron Sears, Edward Lee,
Jack Ehrgott. Gerald Harter, Bill
Green. Jack Fannon.
Home Room 108
Front row, left to right: Bonnie
McLaughlin, Patricia Jones, Kath-
leen Haas, Beverly Cowden, Mary
Lou Evans, Bertha Coil, Irene Bishop,
Mary Ellen Hedrick, Rayona Mc-
Coury. Second row: Shirley Gibford,
Jan Hanson, Betty Fairfax, Beverly
Bincow, Colleen Collins, Carol
Thompson, Charlotte Lemmons,
Dorothy Hoy, Joyce Enlow. Third
row: Dorothy Hinshaw, Ruth Hemp-
hill. Carol Griggs, Joan Demliegoif,
Lois Malikowski, Ruby Draxton,
Diane Danielson, Helen Foubert,
Barbara DeFeyter, Miss Campbell.
Home Room 115-W
Front row, left to right: Bill Lang-
land, Carol Jean Smith, Nancy
Barker, Maxine Cox, Grace Barker,
Patsy Scott, Donald Wallin, George
Langlors. Second row: Mr. Diedrick,
Betty Alexander, Janet Jackson,
Beverly Cline, Louise Holden, Pa-
tricia Wilmott, Caroline Lamb, Janice
Lust. Virginia Phillips, James Wag-
ner. Third row: Shirley Chappell,
Ann Senter, Robert Cookes, John
Rcehl, Jack Albright. Don Under-
wood, Carl Patterson. Howard Zehm,
Roy Peterson, Joann Stickel, Dorothy
Home Room 207
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Front row. left to right: John
Geraghty, Roger Anderson, W. Hous-
ton Chambers, Boyd Brockmier, Mr.
Anderson, Loretta Coe, Lenora Cat-
low, Vera Bennett, Larry Biggs,
Bruce Baker. Second row: Dorothy
Bellomy, Suzanne Bresgal, JoAnn
Burns, Shirley Bass, Donna Barney,
Nina Brandt, Georgia Anderson, Syl-
via Ahlin, LaVern Heckel, Ruth
Nehrlich, Beverly Bredesen, Third
row: Sherman Becker, David Carroll,
Richard Carr, Dale Benner, William
Schussler, Elson Mills, Gerald Chris-
teson, Russell Akers, Otis Liptac,
Robert Moylan, Russel Brookshire.
Home Room 307
Front row. left to right: Wilma
Wood, Helen Taylor, Patricia
Schrader, Dcanne Wolford, Dorothy
Ann Mull, Ward Eason, Kenneth
Stewart, James Sills, John Cozzetto,
Mr. Jones. Second row: Darlene
Young, Jean Wolff, Darolyn Willey,
Patricia Gage, Patricia Schweitzer,
Janetta Gardner, Lanny LaReva, Roy
Shaw, Richard Matson, Charles Mc-
Cuddin, George Taylorson. Third
row: Robert Steffer, Duane Porter,
John Lawrence, Lynn Lovejoy, Don-
ald Scarns, Rodney Leaf, Leo Cham-
bers, William Lyons, Edwin Straub,
Home Room 310
Front row, left to right: Shirley
Manteith, Jacky Linder, Diane Miz-
ener, Carl Danes, Bud Money, Don-
ald O'Grady, Helen Peterson, Betty
Reed, Shirley Leppink, Betty Orcutt.
Second row: Kay Nordby. Pat Rodin,
James Maxfield, Henry Mehlert,
Austin Moede, Richard Minkler,
Larry Mullenic, Donald Meier, Arlea
LaFleur, Marilyn Mitchell. Third
row: Jerry Dean, Inez Lundy, Shirley
Lobdell, Donna Olson, Carolyn Rich-
ardson, LaVonne Mertes, Betty Free-
man, Darlene Palmer, James Nord-
lund, Joe Murphy,
Home Room Cafe
Guy O, liarnvs
Front row, left to right: Arthur
Kawaguchi. James White, Allan
Shields, Bruce McLean, JoAnne
Manskey, JoAnn Lavace, Roberta
Smith, Nancy Philips, Barbara Sten-
berg. Second row: Christine Rosing,
Tommy Luce, Dawn Springer, Pat
McVay, Janis Veitzke, Pat Lilienthal,
Darlyn Widger, Mr. Barnes. Third
row: Rena Toll, Harry Perry, Don
Materne, Richard Schmidt, Edwin
Littlejohn, Jerome Squibb, Robert
Sleizer, Ann Ludwick, Laura Mc-
Home Room 206
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Front row, loft to right: Edward
Bailey, Kay Andre. Carol Henrick-
sen, Claudia Bratton, Jane Klauss,
Bob Burson. Harold Adams. Second
row: Ronald Anderson, John Grav-
ley, Shirley Armfield, Marlene Hill-
yard, Louise Fisken, Pat Hirth,
Clifford Garver, Ronald Ballo, Jack
Glenn, Rodney Howard. Third row:
Mr. Baldwin, Bert Byrne, Rioh Cor-
ser, Bob Brotherton, Frank Hill,
George Hough, Clell Davis, Alva
Home Room C-1
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Front row. left to right: Don Berg.
Sieve Hill, Don Ernst, Tom Burch,
Alan McReynolds, Alan Lambdin.
Second row: Bill Hauk. Jim Squires,
Lyle Orness, Dick Eppley, Tom
Evans, Merlyn Anderberg. Third
row: Glenn Salmon, Larry Kiser,
Bob Lewis. Jack Walter, Jim Win-
ion, Chuck Natwiek, Rod Walker.
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Detailing in Retailing
Front row, left to right:
Dorothy Durbin, Beverly
Hudson, Barbara Coble.
Second row: Hib Bender,
Louise Henager, Noreen
Hunter, Doris Bishop, Marie
Sampson. Third row: Mary
Ellen Jenks, Marilyn
Matthews, Wayne Johnson.
Fu 1' un' .
Class activities are akin to life experiences
Many leading figures in history have had
simple beginnings. They were greatly handi-
capped by lack of formal education. But
what they lacked in education, they made
up in initiative. Today in American schools
the picture has changed. YVe now enjoy
many benefits of free education-modern
buildings, up-to-date equipment, and com-
The large scope of subjects offered today
has done much to develop creative abilities.
Supplementary activities, along with the
regular classroom courses, aid one in plan-
nin 1' his future career. These su lementar
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subjects have developed many promising
skills and self-styled methods.
Regardless of the time and effort put
forth, complementary courese have created
a sense of responsibility and cooperation.
True, additional study has been re-
quired for these courses. But what could be
more satisfying than learning by actual ex-
perience . . . working with classmates,
sharing their interests. profiting by common
Where else, as young neophytes. can we
acquire the true meaning and need of co-
operation and friendship than in high school
-working side by side with each other?
The first work with wet, clannny clay,
the first whiff of suffocating hydrogen suf-
fide, and numerous other "firsts" experi-
enced in high school will be something to
look back on and laugh over in future years.
"First aid"-" Worxf aid"
im' work if you can gvf if. Onnle
C ' Mackey, Susan Morrow, Carl Funseth, Jim Smith, Gene Orcutt.
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FALL A. S. C.-Front row, left to right: Dorene Herrington, Dorothy Swank, Barbara Wright, Joanie Milam, Shirley Harris, Diane
Springer, Barbara Crosby, Shirley Lynch, Donna Lee Pittman, Shirley Farrell, Nancy Van Schoorl, Mary Lou Montgomery. Second row:
Shirley Hinkle, Darlene Bowers, Joann Ziglar. Donna Stephan. Margery Nobles, Jim Winton, Carol Jeane Babbitt, Annabelle Olson,
Bob Dwinell, Kathleen Zupan, Shirley Kooken, Marilyn McCarty, Grace Mudge. Third row: Dorothy Mele, Phyllis Graham, Marilyn
Daugherty, Helen Wolff, Annette Krom, Irene Bosch, Flora Taber, Delores Belmont, Jackie Beishaw, Lois Hagen, Helen Chandler, Vir-
ginia Evans, Jeri Kippen, Gerry Proper, Dona Tokarz, Frances Kirkendall, Shirley Geschwinder, Carol Frost. Fourth row: Jack Spratt,
Bus Powell, Walt Baker, Bill Wilkinson, Hib Bender, Mickey MCI-Iargue, Rich Munroe, Louis Becker, Chuck Gerlaeh, Gene Lister, Tom
Brown, Don Osborn, Bob Rosenbom, George Hills, Jack Gross, Leon Bardsley, Wally Freeman, Miss Helen Cleveland, adviser.
Student government at North Central is
carried on through the work of the Associated
Student councils. 'l'he central council of the
Girls' League and the executive council of the
Boys' Federation form the Associated Student
FALL A. S. C. OFFICERS-left to right: Annabelle Olson, treas-
urer, Bob Dwinell, vice president, Carol Jeane Babbitt, president:
Jim Winton, secretary.
Striving to promote student interest
in various activities and increase general
school welfare, the councils have super-
vision over the Junior Red Cross, the con-
duct board, and the work of several joint
The inter-school relations committee,
sponsored at North Central by the A.S.C.,
has continued its work to establish better
friendships between North Central Sill-
dents and other city schools. It presented
a convocation before Lewis and Clark stu-
dents in the fall, and participated in an
all-school convocation in the spring.
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SPRING A. S. C.-Front row, left to right: Shirley Chambers, Joann Ziglar, Jim Winton, Gerry Proper, Darlene Bowers, Hib Bend-
er, Joanie Milam, Carolee Gray, Diane Springer. Second dow: Joanne Steele, Susan Morrow, Shirley Lynch, Violet Rhodes, Nadine
Ruhling, Lois Jean Moore, Marilyn Shields, Mary Ann Converse, Diane Heineman, Carol Phelps, Marilyn Coon, Nancy Bemis, Jeanne
Lamberson, Phyllis Graham. Third row: Neil McKeever, Norma MeVay, Dorothy Mele, Dorothy Cosby, Barbara Jones, Flora Taber,
Sally Vinther, Shirley Smith, Shirley Feeder, Mary Piccolo, Miss Helen Cleveland, adviser. Fourth row: Bob Firor. Barry McMahon,
Doris Nelson, Betty Lou Mitcham, Shirley Wegner, Leslie Jean Nelson, Annette Krom, Connie Manskey, Beverly Groom, Shirley Farrell,
Joan Pennington, Nadine Cross, Phyllis Lane, Marilyn Daugherty. Fifth row: Lyle Orness, Bus Burton, Tom Evans, Jim Peterson, Jerry
Grob, Fred Mitchell, George Taber, Larry Jackson, Jim Thomas, Keith Campbell. Rich Munroe, Leon Bardsley.
xxlllflllg the activities ol' the councils
this school year was the Peace Pipe Pow-
wow. Guests oi' the party were officers ol'
the city high school student body govern-
The dance committee. under the aus-
pices ol' the associated councils, presented
the Sadie Hawkins dance. It is an annual
dance for all students and is given at the
At Christmas the A. S. C. carried the
Yuletide spirit to the Matlow sanitarium.
They decorated the home and sang carols
to the patients there.
"Friendship lVeek" was another ol' the
councils' activities. A. S. C. initiated the idea
last year and it is now proposed as an annual
event. It is observed at North Central to make
and strengthen friendships among all the
SPRING A. S. C. OFFICERS-Left to right: Hib Bender, treasurer:
Darlene Bowers, secretary: Gerry Proper, vice president: Jim Win-
The League . . . a welcome friend, eounselor
Membership in the Girls' League, under
the supervision ol' Miss Patricia Damon anld
Miss Helen Cleveland, includes all the girls
in the school.
Central Council, the ruling body of the
League, is made up ol' department heads,
committee chairmen, and the floor chair-
men of the room representatives. The
League officers, elected by the girls, preside
over Central Council and all League con-
To be on the League honor roll, each
semester, a girl lllllSt have grades of C or
better and have earned ten League points
by serving in one of the League depart-
ments. For two semesters of service, a bronze
pin is awarded, four semesters a silver pin,
six semesters a gold pin, eight semesters a
ruby set in a gold pin. Those on the honor
roll for one, three, five, and seven semesters
receive honorable mention. A girls' con-
vocation is held each semester to award these
The emblem of the League is embossed
on each pin: Honor, represented by an
American flag: service, by the head of a
young girl: and loyalty, by the flag of the
American Red Cross.
A party is given each semester for the
new girls. Senior counselors are appointed
each semester to acquaint the new girls with
the school and "big cousins" guide the girls
to and from their classes the first two days.
FALL SENIOR COUNSELORS-Front row, left to right: Betty
MacGregor, Donna Bellamy, Bobbie Olson, Grace Mudge, Carol
Jeane Babbitt, Joann Ziglar, Barbara Stevenson, Second row:
Carol Phelps, Shirley Chambers, Flora Taber, Nona Pashek, Na-
dine Cross, Beverly Schutz, Sally Vinther, Joyce Wyatt, Darlene
Bowers, Joanie Milam, Shirley Kooken.
SPRING SENIOR COUNSELORS-Front row, left to right: Vir-
ginia Althouse, Shirley Maurer, Pat Laudwein. Second row: Dar-
lene Danes, Mary Piccolo, Gerry Proper, Marilyn Shields, Eleanor
Werner, Janet Revell, Susan Morrow. Third row: Betty McKay,
Phyllis Lane, Beverly Schutz, Mardell Slind, Annette Krom, Betty
FALL LEAGUE OFFICERS-Left to right: Marilyn Mc- SPRING LEAGUE OFFICERS-Seated, left to right: Joan
Carty, treasurer: Margery Nobles, vice president, Frances Milam, presidentg Joann Ziglar, secretary. Standing: Phyllis
Kirkendall, president, Lois Hagen, secretary. Graham, treasurer, Sally Vinther, vice president.
Margery Nobles, Frances Ki
Shirley Geschwinder, Jeri
Kippen, Shirley Hinkle,
Marilyn Daugherty, Virginia
Evans, Jackie Belshaw, Miss
Patricia Damon, Helen
Chandler, Delores Delmont,
Dona Tokarz, Barbara May,
Annette Krom, Mary Lou
Montgomery. Third row:
Shirley Farrell, Nadine Ruh-
ling, Gerry Proper, Darlene
Bowers, Dorene Herrington,
Dorothy Swank, Flora Tab-
er, Irene Bosch, Shirley
Lynch, Kathleen Zupan,
Phyllis Graham, Barbara
Crosby. Members not shown:
Carol Jeane Babbitt, Carol
Frost, Shirley Kooken, An-
nabelle Olson, Donna Lee
Pittman, Diane Springer.
FALL CENTRAL COUNCIL-Front row, left to right: Shirley Harris, Joanie Milam, Helen Wolff, Dorothy Mele, Donna Stephan,
rkendall, Lois Hagen, Marilyn McCarty, Barbara Wright, Nancy Van Schoorl, Grace Mudge. Second row:
SPRING CENTRAL COUN-
CIL-Front row, left to right:
Violet Rhodes, Carolee Gray,
Susan Morrow. Second row:
Dorothy Mele, Dorothy Cosby,
Joanie Milam, Lois Jean
Moore, Joann Ziglar, Phyllis
Graham, Barbara Jones Mari-
lyn Coon. Third row: Shirley
Smith, Shirley Farrell, Dar-
lene Bowers, Marilyn Daugh-
erty, Carol Phelps, Shirley
Wegner, Nancy Bemis. Fourth
row: Janet Squibb, Marilyn
Shields, Nadine Ruhling,
Diane Springer, Sally Vinther.
Diane Hieneman, Leslie Jean
Nelson. Fifth row: Gerry
Proper, Nadine Cross, Betty
Lou Mitcham, Doris Nelson,
Flora Taber. Shirley Feeder,
Beverly Groom, Joan Pen-
The Federation, a fellowship devoted to boys
Founded 31 years ago by its present
adviser, Lowell C. Bradford, the Boys' Fed-
eration was established to promote activities
among the boys of North Central.
Outstanding among the Fed's many ac-
tivities is the semi-annual New Boys' stag, a
party given to introduce the new boys to
Une of the many awards sponsored by
the Federation is the Archie Buckley In-
spirational Award, which is presented an-
nually to the football player who is voted by
his teammates to be the greatest inspiration
to the squad. The award was won this year
by Bob Lattanzio.
The Federation also awards plaques to
the winning classes in all the various sports
in the Sports-for-All program.
Officers for the fall semester were:
President, Gene Listerg vice president, Bill
Wilkinson, financial secretary, Don Osborn,
treasurer, Chuck Cerlachg and clerk, Wally
Spring officers were: President, Rich
Munroeg vice president, Ken Benshoof: fi-
nancial secretary, Chuck Cerlachg treasurer,
Louis Becker: and clerk, Joe Simpson.
Department heads for the fall and spring
semester, respectively, were: Personal serv-
ice, Leon Bardsley and Keith Campbell,
community service, Joe Simpson and Tom
Evans, school service, Mickey Mel-largue
and jim Thomas, and Sports-for-All, Louis
Becker and Leon Bardsley.
The Federation council, which includes
the officers, department heads, representa-
tives of special activities and clubs and dues
lieutenants, conducts the business of the
FALL COMMITTEE HEADS-Left to right: Mickey McHargue, SPRING COMMITTEE HEADS-Left to right: Tom Evans, Jim
Joe Simpson, Gene Lister, Leon Bardsley, Louis Becker, Thomas, Rich Munroe, Leon Bardsley, Keith Campbell.
FALL OFFICERS-Left to right: Wally Freeman, clerk,
Don Osborn, financial secretary, Gene Lister, president,
Chuck Gerlach, treasurer, Bill Wilkinson, vice president.
Standing: Lowell C. Bradford, adviser.
SPRING OFFICERS-Left to right: Chuck Gerlach, fi-
nancial secretary, Ken Benshoof, vice president, Rich Mun-
roe, president: Joe Simpson, clerk, Louis Becker, treasurer.
Standing: Lowell C. Bradford, adviser.
row, left to right: Chuck
Gerlach, Tom Brown, Bob
Dwinell, Gene Lister, Don
Osborn, Wally Freeman, Jim
Winton. Second row: Leon
Bardsley, Mickey McHargue,
Chuck Feske, Hib Bender,
Tom O'Leary, Louis Becker,
Lowell C. Bradford. Third
row: Vincent Piccolo, Dick
LaFore, Bill Jobb, Joe Simp-
son, Rich Munroe, Jack
Gross, Jack Spratt.
row, left to right: Chuck Ger-
lach, Jim Winton, Louis Beck-
er, Rich Munroe, Joe Simp-
son, Hib Bender, Gene Lister,
Don Osborn. Second row:
Leon Bardsley, Jim Peterson,
Tom Evans, Jim Thomas,
Jerry Grob, George Taber,
Fred Mitchell, Larry Jackson,
Lowell C. Bradford. Third
row: Lyle Orness, Neil Mc-
Keever, Phil Soike, Jack
Lyons, Bus Burton, Dick
Barker, Don Daniels, Jack
The News . . . reflects the activity of the school
The North Central News is planned.
written, and published by members of the
journalism classes under the direction of
Miss Mary McKenna, publications adviser.
The News received the Columbia Scho-
lastic Press Association Medalist Award in
l948, has rated All-American for 12 years,
and Pacemaker in 1939, '40, '41, and '4fi.
Quill and Scroll international honors were
won in 1946 and IQ47 with the George H.
Gallup award for outstanding community
service in the same years.
Four members of the staff are appointed
semiannually to the Junior Press club.
Meetings are held once a month with
newspaper and radio men as speakers, and
members are frequently asked to press con-
ferences where they have an opportunity to
meet and talk with famous celebrities visit-
Editor for the fall semester was Grace
Clark. Associate editors were John Gross
and Rich Munroe. Dona lokarz was news
editor: Dorothy Cosby, editorial page
editor: Bob Dwinell. sports editor! Carol
Frost, advertising manager: Dick Kuelp-
man, bookkeeper: 'l'om Brown, staff pho-
tographer. Other staff members: Eleanor
Anderson. Ken Benshoof, Shirley Gesch-
winder. Sunshine Gilmore, Dorothy Haight.
Shirley Hinkle, Nedine McCamant, Marilyn
Shields. Helen Wcmll'l.
Dorothy Cosby is editor this spring:
Frances Bennett and Merlyn Anderberg,
associate editors: Helen Wolff, news editor:
Sunshine Gilmore and Nedine McCamant.
editorial page editors: Ken Benshoof is
sports editor: Shirley Hinkle, advertising
manager: Don Hesselman. bookkeeper: Neil
Austin, circulation manager.
Other staff members: Dick Barker, Lu-
cille Bennett, Kathleen Bigham, Barbara
Carr, Mary Ann Converse, Hazel Dean,
Nancy Dixon, Carolee Gray. Larry Jackson,
Dorothy Mele, Doris Nelson. Gerry Proper.
FALL NEWS STAFF-Front row, left to right: Helen Wolff. Jack Gross, Grace Clark, Dorothy Cosby, Dona Tokarz, Bob Dwinell,
Nedine McCamant. Second row: Shirley Hinkle. Marilyn Shields, Sunshine Gilmore, Ken Benshoof, Carol Frost, Dick Kuelpman, Rich
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I SPRING NEWS STAFF-Front row, left to right: Merlyn Anderberg, Sunshine Gilmore, Lucille Bennett, Barbara Carr, Helen Wolff,
Dick Barker. Second row: Carolee Gray, Frances Bennett, Nedine McCaInant. Miss McKenna, Mary Ann Converse, Hazel Dean, Larry
1.iIaclisXn.tThird row: Don Hesselman, Nancy Dixon. Ken Benshoof. Dorothy Mele, Kathleen Bigham, Doris Nelson, Dorothy Cosby,
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to right: Jim
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Gross, editors in
FALL TAMARACK STAFF-Front row, left to right: Lorraine Mosling, Marilyn Wagner, Eleanor Anderson, Tom Brown,
Carolee Gray, Carol Phelps, Shirley Zieman. Second row: Shirley Hinkle, Helen Wolff, Alan Tronson, Marilyn Shields, Ken
Benshoof, Diane Springer, Dorothy Haight.
For the first time in the history of the
Taniarack a regular class has been organized
to work on the yearbook.
This class is divided into three groups:
The photographers, under the direction of
George Smithg the art department, under
the direction of Kenneth Mhyreg and the
editorial staff, under the direction of Miss
Co-editors of the 1949 yearbook are
Shirley Kooken and jack Gross. Associate
editors are Sunshine Gilmore and Dorothy
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ADVISERS-Pictured above are Miss McKenna, adviser of the Tamarack, with
Mr. Mhyre, art adviser, and Mr. Smith, photographer.
to right: Dorothy
SPRING TAMARACK STAFF-Front row, left to right: Don Shaw, Dick Burson, Jim Buckley. Second row. Ray Turner, Violet
Rhodes, Hazel Dean, Doris Nelson, Frances Bennett, Nancy Dixon, Larry Jackson.
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karx, sergeant at arms: Grace Mudge. secretary:
Rosemary Schneider, historian-reporter, Grace
t'Ol,0ll til'AiiiD: Lois lizigen
FALL OFFICERS-Reading from the top down:
Donna Lee Pittman, Chairman: Connie Quam, vice
chairman: Beverly Timmers, historian: Barbara
RED FEATHERS-Front row. left to right: Margery Nobles. Frances Kirken-
dall, Shirley Kooken. Nancy Van Sehoorl. Pat Prague. Lorraine MeKelvey. D0-
lores Belmont, Marilyn McCarty. Graee Mudge, Grace Clark. Rosemary Schneider,
Anabelle Olson, Shirley Gesehwinder. Jael-iie Belshaw. Virginia Evans, Beverly
Phipps. Dolly Sullivan. Second row: Beulah Easterwood, Virginia Schultz, Dar-
lene Bowers, Shirley Hinkle, Jeanne King, Barbara Alberg, Carol Phelps. Mari-
lyn Coon, Doris Nelson, Frances Bennett, Kathleen Bigham, Leslie Joan Nelson,
Margaret Herrington, Dolores Straub, Marlene Bombino, Marilyn Daugherty.
Rachael Fields, Sonja Lincler, Helen WolI't', Phyllis Graham, Joan Samuels, Lois
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COLOR GIRLS-Front row, left to right: Helena Watson. Shirley Manlove,
Nyla Orness, Roselie Collins, Bobbie Sehussler, Barbara Seiser. Leta Cook. Bey-
erly Timmers, Connie Quant, Donna Lee Pittman, Barbara Carr, Marian Krokom.
Thelma Doggett, Barbara Elmslie, Anne Boutwell. Dorothy Swank. Joan Pen-
nington. Betty Ullman, Second row: Beverly Groom. Dorene Herrington, Joyce
Byrne, Dona Lee Hyer, Joan Nivnau. Mary Ann Reilly. Jackie deSarro. Coty
Klooz, Natalie Mills, Joan Lyons, Ada Allen, Diane Wilson, Helen Lewison,
Laura Stewart, Pat Dunlap, Ruth Shearer. Norma Fairfax, Shirley Farrell, Third
Jean Moore, Shirley Maurer, Shirley Smith, Ruthie Merkel, Third and fourth
rows, alternating: Shirley Feeder, Pat Marshall, Mary Ann Converse, Joanne
Ziglar, Nadine Cross, Diane Heineman, Donna Mae Thompson, Violet Rhodes,
Floy Davis, Louise Fairchild, Barbara Jones, Hazel Dean. Marilyn Rubeck.
Norma Tefft, Marilyn Shields, Beverly Schutz, Dorothy Haight, Nona Pashek.
Irene Bosch, Marilyn Colony, Loretta Sebring. Nancy Dixon, Ruth Kirk, Betty
Mitcham, Nedine McCamant, Virginia Althouse. Annette Krom, Jeanne Lamber-
son, Flora Taber, Mary Lou Montgomery, Sally Vinther. Dorothy Cosby, Joy
Weir, Dorothy Mele. Gerry Proper.
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row: Marian Babcock, Shirley Lynch, Connie Manskey, Eulale Rognlie, Phyllis
Osburn, Grace Horning, Betty Werhan, Virginia Trefry, Barbara Allen, Virginia
Coberly, Marlene Bartlett, Marjorie Hartman, Gloria Green, Audrey Springer,
Joan Cochran, Ann Maas, LeAnn Johnson, Fay Woodward. Fourth row: Barbara
Wright, Sally Langdon, Rose Perkins, Stella Martello, Carol Benner, Shirley
Nevin, Erma Jean Alexander, Carolyn Crowe, Blanche Harvey, Colleen Corbin,
Shirley Dubray, Willomae Salter. Donna Phelps, Marilou Ludwigson, Joyce
Tanner. Carol Slosser, Pat Breeden. Sunshine Gilmore, Betty Knutson.
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SPRING OFFICERS-Seated: lrene Bosch, ser
geant at armsi Leslie Jean Nelson, chairman. Stand-
ing, left to right: Sonja Linder. secretary: Helen
COLOR GUARD: Shirley YVQ-gm-r
SPRING OFFICERS-left to right: Stella Martello.
sergeant at arms: Sally Fisken, secretary: Beverly
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DANCE COMMITTEE-Front row, left to right: Don Flemming. PROM COMMITTEE-Left to right: Margery Nobles, Bob Dwi-
Ken Benshoof, Hib Bender. Second row: Shirley Geschwinder, nell, Marilyn McCarty.
Bob Dwinell, Virginia Williams, Violet Rhodes.
ance and Prom ommittees
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BOOKROOM AND OFFICE WORKERS-Front row, left to right: Shirley Smith, Connie Manskey, Virginia Trefry, Audrey
Springer, Peggy Hamilton. Second row: Margaret Bell, Shirley Wegner. Joy Weir, Dixie McMurray, Jeanne Romans, Marguerite May.
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I INTERSCHOOL RELATIONS COMMITTEE-Left to right: Violet CONVOCATIONS COMMITTEE-Left to right: Mr. Broadwell
Rhodes, Hib Bender, Nadine Ruhling. Mary Ann Fuqua, Mr. Hix, Miss Graham, Miss Pinkham.
nterschool elations and
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CONDUCT BOARD-Left to right: Don Daniels, Shirley Chambers, Diane Heineman, Don Osborn, Mr. Bradford, Shirley Feeder,
,ion Deputies . . . all reactors
CON DEPUTIES-Front row, left to right: Joanne Sullivan, Lois Jacoy, Shirley Chambers, Floy Davis, Gerry Proper, Violet
Rhodes. Second row: Rosalie MeCoury, Darlene Bowers, Viringia Williams, Joan Cochran, Joyce Lee, Maryellen Wilson.
HALL PROCTORS-Front row, left to right: Richard James, Hib Bender, Russell Lackey, Lee Hooper, Norris Vevea, Jim Mehulky.
Second row: Leslie Collins, Joanne Sullivan, Shirley Chambers, Joan Dunham, Lois Jacoy, Karin Cederwell, Loretta Gleason, Norma
Fairfax, Lyle Orness. Third row: Jeanne Lamberson, Mary Piccolo, Marlene Murray, Bunny Bartleson, Joan Ernest, Sally Myers,
Donna Dickey, Mildred Donovan, Leona Edgerton, Mary Luchini, Dorothy Johnson, Rita Lucas, Violet Stutzman. Fourth row: Keith
Darling, Dan Dunn, Dori Gaby. Dave Smith, Lynn Collin, Eugene Frazer, Dick Bresgal, Bob Goodwin, Dick Morphy, Bill Young, Ken
Wilheliny, Jim Rowland, John Jennings.
Stage Crew . . . ocleer onitors
STAGE CREW-Front row left to right' Melvin Paddock J' M l
, . , im eag ey, George Theodorsen, faculty adviser, Erwin Richardson,
Dick Rockstrom. Second row: Jack Beal, Paul Spendlove, Charles Quarrie, Bob Youngman, Dewey Bishop, Loren Luschei.
LOCKER MONITORS-Front row, left to right: Joan Cochran, Donna Evans, Virginia Evans, Karin Cederwall, Marilyn Hunter.
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n row ary Jean Stethem, Dora Powell, Paula Cook, Carol Layton, June Johnson.
,ihrary Worleers . . . Custodians
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LIBRARY WORKERS-Front row, left to right: Mildred Bettis, Margene Lang, Charlotte Anderson, Carolyn Wilson, Helen Tollefsen.
Second row: Barbara Wright, Helena Watson, Jackie Daugherty, Shirley Manlove, Marilyn Coon, Joyce Byrne, Jimmie Gaines, Barbara
Jones, Nancy Bemis, Dona Lee Hyer, Barbara Garside, Dora May Greenman, Arlene Erickson. Third row: Ann Pearson, Joan Shultz,
Barbara Stevenson, Donna Bellomy, Barbara Frace, Lurene Draxton, Helen Taylor, Dawn Denison, Edith Bennett, Marian Heuston,
Lucille Bennett. lflarlene Weatherwax, Phyllis Phillips, Jackie Prall, Beverly Blayden, Joanne Cogley, Roma Bowles.
CUSTODIANS-Front row, left to right: Lucia Pontieri. Second row: Arthur Baker, George Truidson, L. D. Nutting, W. E. Rummer.
Third row: Fred Ullrich, Jim Sullivan, E. D. Tropp, Roscoe Jordan.
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LIBRARY WORKERS-Front row, left to right: Darlene Danes, Phyllis Graham, Jackie Lindhout, Joyce Luft. Second row: Betty
Alexander, Jerry Morrison, Peggy Ellsworth, Shirley Weltz, Beverly Kifer, Heleen Reed, Lorraine Rasmussen, Barbara Tucker, Seeran
Cross, Ruth Cooper, Joanne Frounfelter, Patricia Holloway. Third row: Grace Horning, Marian Williams, Nancy Cox, Florence Coleman,
Shirley Dubray. Bobbie Olson, Anette Krom, Laura Stewart, Betty Ann Lyons, Maureen Cluff, Beth Coe, Marjorie Hartman, Carol Lee,
Carole McBride, Mary Jane Grady, Eulale Rognlie.
CAFETERIA STAFF-Left to right: Grace Fry, Elsie Berry, Ellen Cluff, Dois Crowe, Mrs, Gillespie, head.
irounds Squad . . . Athletic oard
GROUNDS SQUAD-Front row, left to right: Lyle Orness, Ray Lackey, Jim Roberts, Russell Lackey, Bob Ytreeide, Allen McRey-
nolds, Don Daniels. Second row: Curtis Reece, Murlin Varner, Jim Cushner. Bob Zeller, Jim Meagley. Wayne Ralph. Third row: Jack
Spratt, Lee Hooper, Arden Browning, Elmer Hunt, Joel Deuter, Jim Norton, Harold Meili, Gene Kelly, Gerald Grob, Leon Bardsley, Mr.
ATHLETIC BOARD-Front row, left to right: Virginia Althouse, Shirley Feeder, Leslie Jean Nelson, Dianne Springer, Bobbie
Schussler. Second row: Mr. Hawes, Dorothy Swank, Mr. Barnes, Betty Lou Mitcham, Miss Pinkham, Miss Timm, Joanie Milam, Caro-
lee Gray, Mr. Jones, Mr. Tewinkel, Mr. Boyett. Third row: Wally Freeman, Carl Funseth, Jim Petersen, Neil Smith, Gene Lister,
raffic Squad . . . Song and 'heerleaders
TRAFFIC SQUAD-Front row, left to
Tom Evans, George Hills, Dewey Bishop
Grossman, Frank McGowan, Jim Winton
SONG AND YELL LEADERS-Front
Frost, Joanie Milam. Second row: Mauric
Ruhling, Jean Hoaglund, Dick Petragallo.
right: Rich Munroe, Bill Flinn, Wally Freeman, Dick Bauman, Stanley Framstad. Second row:
, Gene Lister, Loren Luschei, Jim Peterson. Third row: Jim Buchholz, Earl Davis, George
, Jack Walter, Homer Croyle.
row, left to right: Carolee Gray, Shirley Harris, Barbara Crosby, Diane Springer. Carol
e Miles, Helen Tollefsen, Shirley Enderson, Susie Ellis, Joe Tewinkel, Joyce Lee, Nadine
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VOX PUELLARUM-Front row, left to right: Marilyn Daugherty. Barbara Elmslie, Shirley Lambert, Loretta Gleason, Joan Dun-
ham, Pat Marshall, Dorothy Swank, Diane Heineman, Shirley Maurer, Jackie deSarro. Grace Horning, Barbara Carr, Barbara Ferree,
Second row: Barbara Seiser, Phyllis Lane, LaVonne Teal, Bobbie Schussler, Ruth Shearer. Third row: Dorothy Mele, Leta Cook.
Doris Homuth, Marilyn Phillips, Joyce Lee, Joanie Milam, Annabelle Olson, Mrs. L. F. Gray, Shirley Kooken, Miss McRae, Grace Clark,
Diane Springer, Nadine Ruhling, Eulale Rognlie, Carolee Gray. Jean Meese. Fourth row: Dorothy Haight, Mary Lon Montgomery,
Dorothy Cosby, Gloria McGregor, Nancy Dixon. Shirley Hinkle, Marjorie Hartman, Gloria Green, Catherine Wagner, Leslie Jean Nel-
son. Joan Cochran, Jeri Kippen, Joan Pennington, Shirley Enderson, Connie Quam, Shirley Feeder.
WARRIORS-Front row, left to right: Don Brown, Willie Boyd, Wally Freeman, Bill Wilkinson, Jack Lyons, Tracy Walters, Joe
Simpson. Second row: Don Barth, T. J. Otterbein, Charles James, Hib Bender, Bill Flinn, Neil Smith, Rich Munroe, Mickey Mc!-Iargue,
Lcs Collins, George Hills, Jim Petersen, Third row: Warren Heber, Ken Benshoof, Bill Klise, Roland Robbins, Carl Funseth, Gene
Lister, Denny Cantrell, Jerry Stephenson, Dan Blodgett, Chuck Gerlach, Bob Ytreeide, Stan Framstad, Lloyd Snider, Keith Campbell,
Vox Puellarum, "Voice ol, the Girls," is 21
social and philznit.hropic group. Miss Chris-
tine McRae and Miss Ruth Rozell are co-
zidvisers. Mrs. I.. F. Gray is the Vox Puel-
laruni mother. Shirley Kookenwas president
in the lall and Carolee Gray in the spring.
The Lettermen's club, the Warriors,
pledges members to clean lives and to hard
and fair la . Advisers for the ear were
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Howard lNIcNew, vvllilillll Dietrich, and
Kenneth Ha en. The resident durin the
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lall was Bill VV1iklllSOll. Keith Cain bell
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QUILL AND SCROLL-Front row, left to right: Helen Wolff, Jack Gross, Grace Clark, Dorothy Cosby, Dona Tokarz, Bob Dwinell,
Nedine McCamant. Second row: Shirley Hinkle, Marilyn Shields, Sunny Gilmore, Ken Benshoof, Caro1LFx'ost, Dick Kuelpman, Rich
Monroe, Shirley Geschwinder, Eleanor ganderson, Dorothy Haight.
THESPIANS-Front row, left to right: Shirley Kooken, Jean Hoagland, Diane Crow, Harold Cross, Phyllis Graham, Marilyn Coon,
Sonja Linder. Second row: J. B. Hefferlin, lvlrs. Hawes, Frances Kirkendall, Lou Endsley, Dorothy Mele, Paul Spendlove, Rachael
Fields, Dick Bankson.
Quill and Scroll Thespians
Quill and Scroll, an international hon-
onary society for high school journalists,
is advised by Miss Mary McKenna. Grace
Clark was president during the fall semes-
ter. Dorothy Cosby took over her duties in
the spring. Members must have done su-
perior work in some phase of journalism.
The North Central Thespians, a troupe
of the National Thespian Society, is devoted
to the advancement of the dramatic arts in
the secondary schools. Lucille Elliot Hawes
is the adviser. President during the fall was
Harold Cross. Dorothy Mele presided this
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MATH CLUB-Front row, left to right: Delores Belmont, Marilyn Coon, George Grossman, Carol Phelps. Second row: Pat Smith,
Nancy Bemis, Dona Lee Hyer, Joyce Byrne, Shirley Manlove, Barbara Elmslie, Loretta Gleason, Nadine Ruhling, Jean Hoaglund, Bar-
bara Seiser. Third row: Jimmie Gaines, Stan Framstad, Sally Langdon, Beverly Timmers, Thelma Doggett, Phyllis Lane, Fay Wood-
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war , u rey un , Llrlh arner, ommy urc our row: ran Story, uc ea y, vln yrne, Larry Kiser. Don Allen.
Harold Meili, Fred Goodfellow, Ronald Israel, Gerald Fry. Albert Walker, Earl Davis, Merlyn Anderberg, Gene Kelly,
COMMERCIAL CLUB-Front row, left to right: Nedine McCamant, Jeanne Lamberson, Nancy Van Schoorl, Lois Jean Moore, An-
nette Krom, Beulah Easterwood. Second row: Barbara Seiser, Nadine Ruhling, Joan Dunham, Pat Marshall, Gerry Proper, Barbara
Stevenson, Zeda Heuston, Marian Heuston, Heleen Reed, Grace Mudge. Third row: Jeri Kippen, Dawn Denison, Dolores Coleman, Mari-
lyn Chase, Donna Thompson, Jackie Hamilton, Virginia Schultz, Pat Lindberg.
P. H. Nygaard is the present adviser of
the Math rlub. 'lihree semesters of mathe-
matics with three final Bs and no other
grade below C are required for entrance.
The president during the fall was Elmer
Hunt and this spring, Fred Goodfellow.
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If one has a coiinnerfial major. she may
join the Commercial club which was or-
ganized to further interest in commercial
subjects. Nancy Van Schoorl was the presi-
dent in the fall. In the spring Lois Moore
became president. Miss Velma Clausen is
AMORES LIBRORUM-Front row, left to right: Barbara Carr, Barbara Alberg, Barbara Jones, Joan Lyons, Lois Hagen, Ken Ox-
rieder, Nancy Bemis, Dona Lee Hyer. Joyce Byrne, Frances Bennett, Donna Lee Pittman, Shirley Farrell. Second row: Marilyn Daugh-
ert Merl n Anderber Grant Walter J.B Hefferlin Alvin B rne Cliff Lunneber Elmer Hunt Frank McGow n T m E n
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Tommy Burch, Barry McMahon, Phyllis Graham, Miss Mary Bacon.
ART CLUB-Front row, left to right: Eleanor Anderson, Paula Cook, Leta Cook, Hib Bender, Diane Springer, Jim Rhodes, Violet
Christman, Lorraine Mosling, Marian Mosso. Second row: Mr. Mhyre, Connie Mackey, Kathleen Champlin, Beverly Fanning, Dewey
Almas, J. B. Hefferlin, Don Hergert, Sally Myers, Leona Weaver, Donna Moe, Grace Horning.
Amores Librorum, which means "Lover
of Booksf, was organized by its present ad-
viser, Miss Mary Bacon, head librarian.
Kenneth Oxrieder was president during the
fall semester and Marilyn Daugherty took
over his duties this spring.
The Art Club is organized to promote
interest in the field of fine arts. Jim Rhodes
was president during the fall semester, and
Hib Bender took over the duties of presi-
dent for the spring semester. Kenneth Mhyre
is the present adviser.
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LA TERTULIA fspanish Clubj-Front row, left to right: Audrey Hunt, Leona Weaver, Mary Lou Paine. Dorothy Mele, Joan
Dunham, George Hills, Marilyn Daugherty, Dick Willey, Darlene Bowers, Beth Coe, Rachael Fields, Marilyn Shields, Barbara Jones.
Second row: Marcia Sipes, Grace Horning, Donna Lou Wrinkle, Carol Thomson, Darolyn Willey, Lorraine Mosling, Jeanne King, Shir-
ley Zieman, Phyllis Graham, Marilyn Coon, Nancy Bemis. Joan Lyons, Barbara Elmslie, Miss Bertha Boehme. Third r-ow: Lee Hooper,
Mickey MeCuddin, Mel McCuddin, Mike Lawrence, Neil Austin, Jim Daugherty, Don Wold, Homer Croyle, Bill Oberhue, Bob Steffer,
Bill Green, Elmer Hunt, Dick Minklei, Grant Walters, Barry McMahon.
DITES DONC 1French Clubl-Front row, left to right: Shirley Kooken, Phyllis Graham, Georgia Anderson, Jan Hanson. Second
row: Sally Ann McDermott, Marvin Lamphere, Betty Hawes, Jean Meese, Annette Bowen. Third row: Joann Stickel, Ruby Draxton,
Billie Anne Morgan, Frances Gallaher, Marilou Nelson, Betty Alexander, Blanche Harvey, W. J. Riopelle.
Students taking their second, third, or
fourth semester of Spanish with grades of
C or better are eligible to join La Tertulia,
which means "social gathering." Miss Bertha
lloehme is the adviser. George Hills and
Barry McMahon were the presidents this
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Dites Done, an idiomatic expression
meaning "Whats Doing?", requires a year
of French and C grades of all prospective
members. Warren Riopelle is the organizer
and present adviser. President for the fall
was Shirley Kooken and this spring. Phyllis
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S. P. Q. R. fLatin Clubl-Front row, left to right: Jim Buchholz, Leslie Jean Nelson, Mary Lou Montgomery. Barbara Carr, Frank
McGowan. Second row: Jeannette Thom, Cecil Gohrman, June Anderson, Pat Jones, Nancy Barker, June Evans, Harriet Blair, Helena
Watson, Shirley Manlove, Sonja Linder, Phyllis Graham, Barbara Alberg, Shirley Maurer, Dorothy Cosby, Hazel Dean, Virginia Alt-
house, Louise Fairchild, Loel Kuhrt, Nancy Cox. Third row: Maurice Miles, Beverly Semling, Margaret Bell, Clarice Barth, Joan
Cochran, Joannie Pennington, Joyce Manring, Betty Lou Mitcham, Marilyn Daugherty, Flora Taber, Barbara Jones, Pat Smith, Marilyn
Coon, Roberta Hanks, Ward Eason, Bruce Robertson. Fourth row: Alvin Greening. Eugene Simons, Merlyn Anderberg, James Buckley,
Robin Rymond, Jackie Henning, Beulah Easterwood, Delores Belmont, Nedine McCamant, Joan Damliegoff, Katie Thomas, Marling
Harrington, Shirley Lynch, Janet Jones, Ann Weston, Connie Manskey, Miss Theis. Fifth row: John Spry, Don Shaw, Joe Tewinkel,
Fred Anderson, Dave Strawn, Richard Guy, Gerald Fry, Jim Winton, Edward Lee, Tom Evans, Homer Croyle, Al Walker, George Orth,
Adren Browning, Austin Moede.
FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA-Front row: left to right: Pat Brennan, Ada Allen, Joan Rutt, Mary Piccolo, Lorraine
Rasmussen, Babara Allen. Joan Samuels. Second row: Annette Krom, Joyce Pratt, Marjorie Hartman, Bonnie Gunning, Lois Hagen,
Virginia Coberly, Donalee Springer.
S. P. Q. R.
Any student enrolled in Latin is eligible
to join the Senatus Populus que Ronianus,
"'l'he Senate and the Roman People." Miss
Frances 'ililieis is the present adviser. First
semester president was Mary Lou Mont-
gomery and Toni Evans took over the duties
in the spring.
F. H. A.
To join Future Homemakers of America,
a major in lionie econoniics, with a B aver-
age in all other subjects are required. Miss
Christine Neuman is the adviser. Barbara
Wriglit was president in the fall, Mary Pie-
colo in the spring.
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Roy Carriker is the adviser of Wes-
Lernaires, which was founded Lo provide
a social oullel for students primarily in-
terested in VVesLern dancing. Regular
school attendance is the only require-
ment. During the fall, Darlene Danes
was president: during the spring. Dudley
Activities promote understanding
Activity, says Webster, is the quality of
doing: brisk and lively movement.
At North Central, the word means 111ore
than that. There has been "doing" in me-
lhodic classroom work and with books, but
there has also been much doing in creative
VVhether the activity be philanthropic or
social, one learns the lundamental essentials
ol' cooperation, understanding, and con-
sideration for others.
The school clubs. representative of ac-
tivity. have promoted friendships among
the students and the faculty as well. They
have helped students and teachers under-
stand one another more fully. By working
with fellow members one learns the funda-
mentals of getting along with others. The
clubs have been a source of pride to their
members. Each succeeding year has seen
improvements for the common welfare.
The Red Feathers, the Color Girls, and
the band continue as always to uphold
North Central traditions. They have long
been noted for their performances at pa-
rades, games, and school productions, and
North Central is justly proud of them.
The News and the Tamarack staffs not
only produce a weekly newspaper which
wins national acclaim each year and a year-
book which is the pride of the school, but
most important, the members of the staff
get a vital, practical, worthwhile experience
which will prove advantageous to each one
no matter what his chosen profession.
The League and the Federation, rep-
resenting our school government, reflect
the opinions of the entire student body.
"Din-na Is Server!"
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RADIO CHOIR-Front row, left to right' Audrey S '
Barham Crosby Sec
. A' pringer, Joan Cochran. Virginia Williams. Donna Evans, Betty Ann Lyons,
. ,, ond row: Archie Cress, Ken Cool. Blanche Pelleberg. Barbara Ferree, Beverly Cline, Ruth Kirk, Gene Lister.
Third row: Charles Carman, I-Iarforcl Hanson, John Hocking, Darlene Benner. Lee Picard. Dan Blndgett, Jack Lyons, Harold Read.
ORCHESTRA-Front row, left to right: Barbara Ferree, Betty Anderson, Joan Lyons. Betty Lyons. Front row. standing: Ralph
Ferguson, Archie Oestreicher, Earl Smith. Frank Storey, Mary Lon Collins, Don Daniels, Violins, standing: June Leinen, M
colo. Donald Norcn, Peggy Ann Till, Gene Sprinkel, Laura Stewart, Kaye Whitaker, Willian G' 1
son. John White. Gordon Peckham, Dick Harder, Duane St k '
Lim-lof, Dennis Eaton.
i l0tll. Horns, back row: Bob Adolph-
ar . Clarmets, back row, left: Nancy Haskins, Marcella Mielke, Dick
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Radio Choir . . . 0rchestra . . . Choir
Orchestra, choir, and the new musical
group, Tepee Lighters, have completed a
full and active year under the direction of
W. Stanley Taft.
With its membership increased to 75,
the choir enjoyed a successful year by sing-
ing in the operetta, at Baccalaureate ex-
ercises, at a Town Meeting, and on the
radio. The group competed against other
high schools in the Greater Spokane Music
Festival and in the Inter-High School Mu-
sical Festival. Donna Evans, soprano, Doro-
thy Mele, alto, and Gene Lister, tenor, were
chosen to represent the group and sing in a
choir of 500 voices at the Northwest Music
Educators Conference at P o r t l a n d in
March. The choir also joined the orchestra
and Tepee Lighters in producing for the
first time the new musical "Melody Capers."
The orchestra, also with an increase in
enrollment, has provided music for the op-
eretta, the Baccalaureate, the Commence-
ment, and various radio programs. Laura
Stewart, concert mistress, was chosen to at-
tend the conference in Portland and take
part in a symphony of 250 students.
Tepee Lighters, the singing group newly
organized this spring, is composed of
twenty-four boys and girls selected from the
choir to represent the school at outside per-
formances for service groups. The music of
the Tepee Lighters is of a lighter, more
popular type. They made their first public
appearance in "Melody Capers" and over
CHOIR-Front row, left to right: Dorothy Mele, Harlene Weatherwax, Mary Alice Berry, Jean Fiskin, Mary Jo Payne, Joan Samu-
els, Harriet Howard, Roberta Wise, Barbara Crosby, Beverly Cline, Lois Neal, Patricia Smith, Ruthie Merkel, Beverly Porter. Second
row: Blanche Pelleberg, Joan Cochran, Helen Hubbell, Naomi Settle, Barbara Ferree, Audrey Springer, Darlene Benner, Irene Bosch,
Betty Littell, Marlene Harrington, Barbara Barrett, Peggy Ellsworth, Shirley Dubray. Lavonne Snider, Betty Ann Lyons, Shirley
Zieman, Virginia Evans. Ruth Kirk, Jackie Belshaw. Third row: Lee Picard, John Hocking, Ron Hagadone, Archie Cress, Frank
Thompson, Chuck Carman. Harold Read, Dick Battell, Ken Cool, William Ellern, Roy Holien, Clare Hart, Dick McDonald, Charles Hud-
son, Marvin Lamphere, Jim Bohanan, James Loski, Dean Denison, Russell Wayland, Robert Sumers, Jack Lyons, Lawrence Bigham,
Harford Hanson, Dan Blodgett, Gene Lister, John Cobb.
one hundred fifteen
N. C. BAND-Front row, left to right: Toni Evans, Totnniy Burch, Gerald Fry, Dick Lindlof, Dick Epplcy, Richard Meyer, Mcrlyn
Andcrbcrg, Richard Minklcr. Second row: Dennis Eaton, Rod Walker, Jack Vogel, Dick Greenwood, Don Wcavcr. Bill Shawlcy, John
Whitt-, Bob Adolfson, Dick Laforc. Albcrt Walker, Director Lowell C. Bradford, Art Pryor, Glenn Whitc, John Brewer, Gerald Davis,
Glcn Buss:-, Richard Green, Ralph Fcrgzttson. Richard Mtmk, Frank Story. Third row: Charles McQttarrie Bob Reser, Jack Maxfield,
Doug Rldcr, Gifford Spitzer, Lcc ASpass. Richard Monaghan, Leon Williams, Bill Powell, Bruce Grandstaff, Gcorgc Taylorson, Rodney
Lt-af, Lynn Hawes, Patil Collard. Ray Edwards. Gordon Peckham, Dick Lathrop, Bruce Brotzman. Bob Bradley. Bob Yotmgman. Rich-
ard Carin, Jitn Nlorlan, Earl Smith, Alan lVlcReynolds, Jim Squirer, Don Berg, Glenn Salmon. Fourth row: Dick Bnrson, Eugene Harvey,
Tho North Central hand on parade . . .
The North Central hand cntcrctl thc tcrtainnicnt lor honic ganics. lt also partir
twcntyfscycntli ycar ttntlcr thc baton ol' its fllmlcfl ll' 'llc l3l'C'g1lmC fcliclmllllcs at lllc
notc-worthy tlirct'tor. l,owt'll C. l'n'atllortl. Sh'-me gamc and Hmnihcd m thc 'Milnmuic
. . . . DW D'll"ltlC.
with an cnrollnicnt ol lAl2 boys lor catli ol " I' '
, . N Hall-tnnc cntcrtalnnicnt at thc l.cwis
thc lall antl spring scnitfstcrs. llic t'ont'crt 1
antl Llarla-lXortli Lcntral gamc by thc hantl
liantl nttntlicrctl lll-l. , , , , .
antl thc girls niarchtng units. ttntlcr thc tlt-
lfall 'tttiyitics licvati with an 'i 1 DC'll"lllt'C . . . , . ,
' R' il l ' 1 l'CL'lltJll ol Miss Ixlsa Ptnleliani. saw a 'Salute
l with thc Rctl lfcatlicrs antl Color Girls in lo the Cmuallcss- flthc crowning Ol- lhc I-all
l prcscnting ll hall'-tintc stunt, "'l'ransporta- Sports princess look Plmc ul the Rogers-
tion." in thc Mcrry-Go-Rottntl at Fcrris N01-lllcxcllil-alg-211116.
licltl. 'llic liantl playctl at all North Central ,X Pay U,nW,L-ation ,mil the Q'0fly-5CyL-ml,
Q lootlmall ganics :intl prcscntctl hall'-tinic Cn- lornial t'ont'crt wcrc given on February 2
mm hundrcd Sll'l0l'1l,
Gene Lister, Jack Munn, Dan Rosa, George Peterson, Charles Henthorne, Don Smith, Durwood Johnson, Don Meier, Jim Poole, Charles
Hill, Neil Overson, Norman Berry, Bill Jobb, Gerald Grob, Louis Starner, Dave Strawn, John Mead, Grant Walter, Tom Clutter, Ray
King, Gerald Riss, Jack Fruit, Alan Christianson, Bruce Short. Jim Wood, Don Ernst. Duane Stark, Dick Harder, Fred Goodfellow,
Gordon Love, Ray Hartman, Steve Hill, Lee Loneosty, Jerry Fowler, Archie Oestreicher, Bob Lewis, Harold Williams, Rich Munroe.
Fifth row: Ward Sligh, Gary Austin, Kenny Abbey, Louis Spitzer, Lawrence Carver, John Tollefsen, Roger Anderson, William Ellern,
Bob Steffer, Marion Pease, Dick McDonald, Teddy Straub, John Spry, Dewey Almas, Larry Kiser, Bill Oberhue, Jack Walter, Don Mc-
Cullough, Charles Crow. Alan Lambdin. Don Daniels, Kermit Johnson, Don Town, Jim Gaines, Virgil Becker, Darrell Beller, Charles
Hudson. Bob LaLonde, Jack Bogar.
their quality of music is traditional.
and 3. 'l'his was the first winter concert in
many years. Guest soloist Carol Jeane Bab-
bitt. violin. and Glenn Salmon, trumpet,
were the featured perliormers.
'l'he concert band opened the spring
semester by playing lor the Town Meeting
at Lewis and Clark on March 4. On April
20 and 21. the liorty-eighth formal Concert
and pay t'onx'oc'ation were presented. The
leature number ol' the eonrert was the pre-
mier presentation ol' C. Olin Rites A'North
Central lValtz" based on themes ol' "Red
and Black" and "Go North Central."
Five members ol' the band represented
the school in the all-Northwest band during
the latter part ol March in Portland. lhey
were: 'l'om Evans, 'liom Bureli. Nlerlyn
Anderberg. Don Berg. and -lim YfVinton.
Other spring activities included ap-
pearances in the Wfashington Apple Blossom
Festival at NVenatchee. the Memorial Day
parade, the spring pageant. and a concert
given at Havermale by a 50-piece band rom-
posed mostly ol' Havermale graduates.
on 0 hundred seventeen
Pep Band provides N.C. 'S solid swing . . .
PEP BAND-Front row, left to right: Jim Winton, Rod Walker, Lyle Orness, Dick Eppley, Tom Evans. Charles Natwick, Merlyn
Andtfrberg, Bob Lewis. Second row: Alan lVIt'Reynolds, Jim Squires, Don Berg, Glenn Salmon, Steve Hill, Duane Stark. Don Ernst.
Third row: Bill llouk, Jack Walter, Allan Lambdin, Larry Kiser, Tommy Burch,
Under the student leadership of Dick
Eppley, with Lowell C. Bradford as adviser,
the QU-piece Pep Band participated in lllillly
school events and extra-curricular activities
during the lall and spring semesters.
Several notable performances included
appearances in the Fox-Chronicle show, the
lnterscltool Relations convocation at Lewis
and Clark, the .-X. S. C. special convocation.
and the Havermale grads convocation at
Music lor all pep cons and for several
school dances was also furnished by the
band. Programs ol popular music were
played at the intermissions of the forty-
seventh and lorty-eighth formal concerts.
if cf ff
"Melody Capers," spring musical, was
directed by XV. Stanley Taft. The Choir,
the Tepee Lighters, and the Orchestra par-
onf' hundred eiglztecn
ticipated. The show was presented for a
student matinee and an evening perform-
The program included dances to mod-
ern melodies and Cay Ninety tunes, vocal
soloists, a piano quartet, and choir and or-
chestra numbers. The piano quartet was
composed of Marvin Lanphere, Everett
Story, Larry Held, and Ralph Ferguson.
Vocal soloists were Barbara Crosby, Charles
Carman, Marilou ltVarwick, Charlene Rice,
Donna Evans, Beverly Fanning, and Doro-
Many people behind the scenes were re-
sponsible lor making the show the success
that it was. Exotic costumes were made by
the period 6 sewing class under the dt cc-
tion of Miss Agnes McHugh, modernistic
backdrops were designed by K e n n e t li
Mhyre of the Zlft department, and the quick
scene changes were credited to George
Theodorsen and his stage crew.
"Melody Capersf' . . . musical extravaganza
TOP LEFT-"A Pretty Girl Is Like a lvleloclyf' Top. left to ri ht: J A
TOP RIGHT-Twirling tries
Smith and Phyllis Lane.
BOTTOM LEFT-Meet you
ran. Second row: Bill Oberheu.
Craigen, Barbara Crosby, Barba
g o nn Garske, Donna Evans, Barbara Crosby, Beulah Easterwood,
stop to pose. Top, left to right: Mildred B tt' P
e IS, at Breeden, Lorraine Frost. Lower, left to right: Pat
'By the Seah? Kneeling, Dorothy Mele. Front row, left to right: Roberta Wise, John Cobb, Joan Coch-
to happy hunting ground. Left to right: Jackie Bartleson, Joan Oaklund, Marjorie Werhan, Margaret
ra Barrett. Reba Walser, Lenore Catlow. Mary Berglund.
one hundred nineteen
' Q ' I if X-X
ii? ' g:::gl'1'aQ l
Jglvl. M- , ., s ,
.X gayiy in
Dolores Striuba sniifiaiiiri-blooded
h role 0
one hundred twenty
- r Y
moralizes in this year's thirty-seventh annual operetta, "The
Hither and Thither of Danny Ditherf' by Alex North. The
fantasy was presented in December under the supervision
of VV. Stanley Taft, Miss Elsa Pinkham, and Lucile Elliott
Lucifer L. Lucas fthe devilj
, arriving in heaven incog-
nito, demands the abolishi
nent of the Faith, Hope, and
Charity department. JlltllilIlS, head of the department,
decides to give Hope, Faith, and Charity an opportunity to
prove their usefulness.
The angelic trio, t
- A 7
threaten, bribe, and finally push their fun-loving office boy,
Danny, out of heaven to secure the vital information.
o secure proof for their cause
Lower left-"No singee, no danceef' declare exotic Karin Cederwall, Dixie Lee
McMurray, and Joyce Lee, representing oriental dancers.
Lower right "Mya
- poor monkey," chants the organ grinder Gary Sanders to
Danny Dither, and the jitterbugs, Carol Frost, Jack Lyons, and Joanie Milam.
't hurt you"-or so angelic Dann Dither
Upper left-"Hey, take it easy," pleads Danny Dither 1Charies Hudson! to Daisy
1Virginia Evansl and Lucifer L. Lucas 1Lou Endsleyl.
Upper right-t'Virtue won't hurt you." harmonizes the angelic foursome: Hope,
Dorothy Mele: Charity, Barbara May: Faith, Betty Littellg and Danny, Charles Hudson,
lancling in New York, Danny fincls the lancl of opportunity
brinnning over with people ol' variecl nationality. Every-
one gets into the act-from the lun-loving Spanish to the
At the final curtain, virtue is triumphant. Danny, be-
cause ol' his goodness, is restorecl to earth among his inor-
lal friends, Daisy, the Duke, Droopy, ancl the rest of the
city brats: the Faith, Hope, ancl Charity clepartnient is re-
establishecl: ancl Lucifer receives a one-way ticket back to
his reml Inferno.
Right-Karla Hakala, portraying a lively angel, daintily spreads her wings.
Below-Leg art! ooh la, la!Ais displayed by the lovely secretaries of the Displaced
Persons' bureau. Left to right: Barbara Crosby, Shirley DuBray, Betty Lyons, Joan
Cochran, Barbara Barrett, and Roberta Wise.
TOP-"It's a cinch," declares Randy, IErnest Knowlesl,
and Buzz, 4J.B.Heffe1'1inJ, to Flora, played by Barbara
BOTTOM-Sonja Linder and Dick Bankson surprise
everyone when they arrive incognito, Left to righi: J. B.
Hefferlin, Eunice Lind, Ernest Knowles, Sonja Linder,
Dick Bankson. Harold Cross, Phyllis Graham, Dorothy
Mele. and Lou Endsley.
The age-old fable of lovely and de-
serving Cinderella re-enacts itself in this
year's senior class presentation "The Di-
vine Flora," by Florence Ryerson and
Colin Clements. The teen-age comedy
was presented in january under the
direction of Mrs. Lucile Elliot Hawes,
one hundred twenty-two
Cinderella, in this case shy and re-
served Etta Dean, is a ravishing beauty,
yet a wallflower. She, because of her in-
ferior and over-adoring father complex,
added to an unflattering appearance,
scares all prospective beaus away. To
s " ivine Flora
remedy the situation Randy and Buzz,
her two contriving publicity-minded
take over the obligations
of fairy godmother. They give her a big
name from home-
buildup, change her
spun Etta to exotic Flora, and then sit
back to watch the results.
The effects of the publicity job are
astonishing. Etta fFloraQ blossoms into
a breath-taking beauty. Everywh
r for her atten-
gible young men clamo
tion. The results are so startling that
even business-minded Randy and Buzz
are dazzled by her loveliness.
"Here Pa have some coffee," soothes Mrs. Pryor,
TOP- , .
Jean Hoaglund, to Mr. Pryor, portrayed by
MIDDLE-Jealousy rears its ugly head. Left to right:
Phyllis Graham, Dick Bankson, and Sonja Linder.
BOTTOM-Everyone wants to get into the act. Left to
right: Ernest Knowles, Louise Espe, J. B, Hefferlin, Lou
ofne hundred twenty three
F O O T B A L L
Varsity . . . "let's look toward the future"
N. C. ffl..- . or , , C oooooooo Gonzaga 30
N. C. fi at a..lLewis and Clark l3
N. C. U. oooos Rogers 39
N. C. 7. ,Gonzaga 26
N. C. 7 ,oooo Lewis and Clark 7
N. C. Illia ,.,.Rogers I3
N. C. 26,4 CCCC. Creat Falls
VARSITY COACHES-Left to right: Del Jones, backfield
coach: Harold Thompson, line coach: John Norby, head coach.
FOOTBALL-Front row: Wally Freeman, manager. Second row, left to right: Dick Bauman. manager, Bob Ytreeide, Jim Roberts
Rich Munroe, Virg Duchow, Gene Whiting, Jack Spratt, Bill Klise, Gene Lister, Neil Smith, Tracy Walters, Dick James, manager
Third row: Jack Lyons, Dick Rudisile, Bob McKenzie, Tom James, Stan Framstad, Bill Wilkinson, Bill Flinn, Don Perry, Gerald Grob
Dick Wrenn. Fourth row: Dan Blodgett, Warren Heber, George Manos, Bob Lattanzio, Keith Campbell, Don Brown. Rolly Robbins
T. J. Otterbein, Skip Pixley, Lloyd Olsen.
one hundred twenty-six
Gene Lister Neil Smith Bob Lattanzio
Co-Captain Co-Captain All-City,
H0111 on fight!
b0'?f.ffr.:C'SZ'l'F.l'Liv'ii'n.if' Sglligi, 51i,'2TI1?I?ST1'Sf'1v1i3SF3S7' mah' Co"'m"' wp to
The 1948 Indian football team had a none-too-
successful season, However, with the many juniors
and sophomores and the two freshmen on the squad,
things look bright for the future.
In the first league game, the Braves were thumped
by Gonzaga in a high-scoring 30-21 affair. Wilkiliscmli
intercepted a pass for one touchdown and drove over
for another to lead the N. C. scoring parade. Lyons
went 76 yards on a reverse, putting on a beautiful dis-
play of broken-field running, for the other Tribe tally.
This wasn't enough as Gonzaga's touchdown twins,
Dick Sprague and Joe Lynch, broke away for five
The second encounter with the Zags on the N. C.
one hundred twenty seven
The fry for point.
Left Column, top to bottom. Line-Olsen, McKenzie, Manos. Grob, Framstad.
Top row, left to right: Ottcrbein, Perry, Pixlcy, Robbins, Rudisile. Right Column,
v il top to bottom: Turner. Whiting, Wrenn.
If F home lieltl lotmtl Ioe Lynch scoring three times antl
Dick Sprague onee. Bob Lattanzio was moved up to
quarterback lor the game and was the ollensive star
lor the Tribe, scoring on a quarterback sneak. The
linal score was 26-7.
The l,. Cl. series louncl the Recl and Black sqnacl
playing their best games ol' the year. The lirst game 'K
encletl with N. C. on the short encl ol' I3-ti score. YVil-
lcinson spetl 68 yards lor the lone tally. Merle Neatl
antl Carl -johnson seoretl lor the Bengals.
ln the secontl meeting, the "lnittns" fame closer to Uxgxs "
victory than they chtl all season. lhe game encletl in a y ,
7-7 tleaclloek. The Tribe seorecl first when N'Vill1inson W r T
' gatheretl in the secontl-hall' kickolll and scamperetl 82 an
yarcls to pay flirt. I.. Cfs score came a lew plays later il .
x - n
when Neacl scorctl from 30 yarcls out. 2
Rogers hancletl North Central its most stunning tle-
onc hundred twenty-eight
.Here we go!
Left Column, top to bottom: Backs-Roberts, Short, Manager Freeman. Top
row, left to right: Backs-Spratt, Wilkinson, Ytreeide. Ends-Blodgett, Harder.
Right Column, top to bottom: Ends-James, Klise, Miller, Walters. Lune-
feat in the first meeting of the two clubs-39-0. The
only threat N. C. made was in the second period when
Chuck Gerlaeh, showing bits of his old form, sparked
a drive from the N. C. 5 to the Rogers l8. Sophomore
Virg Duehow showed promise as a replacement for
The final game between these two schools was a
much closer eontesl-ending 13-0, Rogers. The Tribe
just ctouldn't get their offense rolling, but stopped the
Bucs eold a number of times. The highlight of the
game came when Rogers had the ball on the N. C. 4,
first and goal to go. The N. C. line held, and took over
on the 8.
The last game of the season for the Red and Black
Warriors was with the Great Falls Bisons, Montana
state champions. The game ended 33-26 in favor of
one hundred twenty nme
"B"Footbull . . . varsity, wait until next year!
B SQUAD COACHES-Left to right: Jake Malternci assistant
eoaehg Don Bonaniy, head eoaeh,
Alter getting off to a slow start, the li
stluatl came roaring back to win their last.
louis games antl liinish the season in "high
'l'he Javees tlroppetl their lirst three
games to Couzaga. l,ewis antl Clark, antl
Rogers by stores ol' I2-tl, 7-tl. antl ill-ll, re-
spettively. liut the secontl rouutl ol' play was
a t1it't'Qt-att story as many ol' the boys Cut
lroni Varsity -ioinetl the stluatl.
'l'heir Iirst taste ol' victory came at the
N.f', 0 .....,, ,.....,,,r.,. K itnizngga I2
N. C. 0 .,,,,,i .,.,, l lewis :mtl Clark 7
N. fl. 0 ..,.... ,,,.....,,,,,,,, I logers 21
N. C. 12 .....,, ,,,.......,,,,,,... C ionzaga ti
C. 12 ,,,,,,, .....,. L ewis and Clark 0
N. C. 12 ..,,,,, ,,,.....,,,.,,...,.i. l ltogt-rs 0
N. C. lil ,,,,.., ,,..,,. C fentral Valley ll
tleleat ol' Lewis antl Clark-as they won by a
score ol I2-tl. Louie Pollack scoretl both
touclitlowns. Next to leel the weight ol' the
qlavees were the Gonzaga liulltlogs whom
they tlelieatetl l2-ti. 'l'he li squatltlers lin-
ishetl their league play by taking Rogers
into camp. l2-tl. Dick Stacy antl Creighton
Darling stioretl the N. C. touthtlowns.
ln the linal game ol' the season they
tlunipetl the Central Valley liears lfl-l4.
Darling scoretl all three N. C. touthtlowns.
B SQUAD FOOTBALL-Front row, left to right: Keith Darling, Ron Israel, Phil Soike, George Taber, Joe Cozzetto, Art Sharpe
Bob Jobb, Jack Eve-noff, Milo Clark, Dick Stacy, Louie Pollak. Second row: Rod Snyder, Melvin Varner, Don Rosenlund, Willie Boyd
Ed McNeil, Chuck Feske, Ed Anderson, Earl Montee. Dick Petterson, Creighton Darling, Don Fleming, Al Manfred. assistant coach
Third row: Don Bonaniy, head coach, Jake Malterner, assistant coach, Larry Wilson, Jack Seollard, Rod Lobdell, Bill Ellis, Jim Porter
Paul McAbec lassistant coaehl, Bob Milne.
one hundred thirty
Frosh . . . champions of tomorrow
N. C. 0 ....., .............,. l Vest Valley 6
N.C. 6 .,.... ,.... l ,akeland Village 19
N. C. OM .,..... Lewis and Clark 26
N. C. 20 .,,.... ...........,..l...... C fvonzaga 0
N. C. 6 ......, ..,,. R ogers 20
FROSH COACHES-Left to right: Bill Diedrick, head coach:
Bob Barnard and John Rodkey. assistants.
Although the Papooses were victorious
in only one game, they showed plenty of The Young Braves dropped their first
promise and improved greatly as the season league game to Lewis and Clark 26-0, on the
progressed' Orange and Black field. 'l'he next tilt found
lhcni luis? game at West Valley ended thetn playing their best game of the year-
h-0 m favor of the "Valley1tes." Their next , 6 , . D.
, , I as they downed Gonzaga Z0-0. Skip Itxley
game lottnd them up against a much bigger
. . wats the star of the ame-he scored the first
and more experienced Lakeland Village K g
eleven and ended I9-6 in favor of the Vil- touchdown and wax m on nearly Cvcry
lagers. 'l'he outstanding feature of this laekle- Tits Greenies flmPPe'l llwif last
game was the punting of Roy Hardin. game of the season to Rogers by a score 20-ti.
FROSH FOOTBALL-Front row, left to right: Floyd Cooper, Bruce Baker, Mickey Chesrown, Maurice Miles, Irman Greenberg,
Claude O'Brien, Bob Pahkama, Rodney Leaf, George Taylorson. Second row: Mr. Rodkey, Norm Berry, Mike Fraser, Gerald Gimmel,
Johnny Cozzetto, Dick Nyberg, Glenn Meinke, Bob Compodore, Lynn Pilant, Marion Inman, Bill Hutton, Kenny Stewart. Third row:
Mr. Barnard, Ray Hardin, Bill Langdon, Norman Brewer, Lynn Lovejoy, Willie Benson, Don Hamlin, Don Frasier, Dave Breshears,
Jerry Christensen, Howard Zehm, Jack Howlett, Frank Warrington, Teddy Straub, Mr. Diedrick, head coach
one hundred thirty-one
N. C. 36 ,,, , ,,, R ogers 26
N. C. 34m .... . ,,,..,. Gonzaga 31
N. C. 26,,7V ..... Lewis and Clark 34
N. C. 37 C.CC. CCCCM W est Valley 34
N. C. CC,--, Rogers 35
N. C. 26 ,ssss ,, sss,sss,sss-, Gonzaga 39
N. C. 42 ssss s,,,,- L ewis and Clark 56
N. C. 55sss mWest Valley 33
VARSITY COACHES-Left to right: Ted Boyett, head
Coach: A. A. Manfred, assistant coach.
Front row, left to right: Rich Munroe tmanagerl, Kenny Benshoof, Bill Wilkinson, Burt Lucas, Dick Edwards, Fred Martin. Second
row: A. Manfred lassistant coachl, Chuck Chandler, Gene Lister, Rod Walker, Doug Jydstrup, Gene Whiting, John Edwards, Ted
Boyett lhead coachl. Third row: Bill Klise, Jim Thomas, Tracy Walters, Jerry Webster, Dave Strawn, Merlyn Anderberg.
one hundred thirty-two
"Nice l'IIl'l'A', Dirk'
lr i t t
Hllillg aruunrl flu' roxy"
TOP-Left to right: Forwards-Edwards, Edwards, Martin. Walker. Walters. Bottom right: Webster.
One veteran, loin' letterinen. and ll
large squzttl nl' inexperienrecl ztspirants
greeted the new hezul hztslaetbzill cozicli, 'llecl
linyett. But Mr. lloyett inslzillecl ll new sys-
ICIII ol play :incl went through at rugged
pre-season SlxllCtllllC with lil wins zincl 2
losses. The tleliezits fznne ill the l12llltlS ol' the
strung' Coeur cl'.'Xlene Vikings :intl the Oinztk
l'iuneei's. 'l'he Retl lllltl Blztck quintet
cluwnetl such strong tennis 11s XllSSOlll2l :intl
Helena ol' the Nllblllilllil big lti t'tllll'Cl'Cllt'L'.
'lhey entlecl in at three-way tie Im' secontl
in the city league with Zl i'et'm'tl nl' AI wins
:intl Al losses.
The Rogers series pmvecl to he the IIIOSI
exciting. The liirsl gznne lonntl the nntler-
clog Inclizin teznn Olllt'l2lSSlllg' at inuch higgei'
Pirztle quintet :Intl win 36-215. 'l'he seunitl
one hundred tliirty-tliret
" J , til, H W
".'l1r1rlin .vluopx In l'1IlItlIl1'7'n L111'11.v iw. l'fil'lx't'I'IllllII
TOP--Left to rught: GuardssAndurbc-rg. Bc-nshoof. Chandler, Klisu, Lister. Bottom right, Strawn
llll'Cllllg' was ll llll'lllCl' :ls llll' l,ll'2llCS l'2llllC Lcwis zmcl Clzlrlis classy city flllllllplllll
out on ilu' long cml ul 21 P35-F435 scorc. .N lzlsl Shi ,omlil WM llw lml 'afmlyfg-l,mif,,1mflmln
fv.' - --l V I 7'--' M f ' . .. .
'IUMIU mlgt' bl tht ll-1"1"'S Almost lllc Real and Blzlck lwlcc-thc lxrsl llmc b
szcllccl tllS2lSlCl' lor thc Ilill 'xml ffzlnf. . K . , . . V
I yn O 5 ll scorc ol M-211. llmc Inst lllL'Cllllg louncl
cllllllllgll sccms to play lllCll' bcsl gumcs , N , , ,
, , V , the l lgcrs lullmg am lllllllllllg Alll per ccnl
1lg2llllSl North i.c'nll':1l-zulcl this yczxr was V 1 n I
D . . .. ol lhclr shots wlulc North Central hu fill
no CXQCIJIIUII. ln lIlL'll' lll'Sl l'lll'0lllllt'l'. thc
'I-mx, Sqlwwwl Um ll 341-:gl mcmilm, vii, per cent. Blll thc lalslcs hclglu proved to
wry' AM, illllmwwl fag fluimm wok ilu. SH, bc ilu' clccicling l1Rll'l0l'. llvlll' Ibllllll score WIS
mul L'lll'UllllIL'l' by ll sumrc ol. fill-215. 543-42.
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Bottom left: Manager Munroe, Top, left to right: Guards-Thomas. Wilkinson. Centers-Lucas, Jydstrup, Whiting.
lVest Valley proyetl to be the only ag-
gregation the XVarriors could clown twice.
The Eagles threw a scare into the Tribe in
the lirst game as they letl lor three quart-
ers. But a last quarter surge by the Tribe
carrietl them to victory, 37-33. The seconcl
meeting was a tlillerent story and louncl
Coat h lloyett substituting freely and coast-
ing to 55-3241 win.
Playing their last year lor North Cen-
tral were six seniors: jerry XVebster, Gene
Lister, Bill Wfilkinson, Jim Thomas, Tracy
NValters, anal Fretl Martin. Martin matle
both city papers' all-city teams: Ken lien-
shoof was first string Review antl seconcl
string Chronicle. Martin was also yotetl "the
most valuable player' in the league.
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"Bn Basketball . . . sophomores champions
B-SQUAD COACHES-Left to right: Bob Hoesley,
assistant coachg Al Danielson, head coach.
Under the capable coaching of Al
Danielson and Bob Hoesley, the scrappy,
hard-working B squad hoop quintet copped
the city B league title, winning six and los-
With a season record of eleven wins and
five losses, the team as a whole was short,
but their never-say-die spirit was the valu-
able cog during the season. The fact that all
players were sophomores added extra lime-
light toward varsity teams during the next
Playing a majority of the games were:
Jack livenoff, Keith Darling, Bill McKay,
Virg Duchow, Andy Erickson, Mickey Riz-
zuto, Don Flennning, Dick Stacy, Darrel
Kuelpman, Paul Carlson, and Dick Schram.
B-SQUAD-Front row, left to right: Dick James imanagerj. Second row: Keith Darling, Virg Duchow, Don Flemming, Darrell
Kuelpman, Dick Stacy, Bill McKay. Third row: Bob Hoesley fasslstant coachl, Ron McFarland, Jack Evenoff, Andy Erickson, Mickey
Rizzuto. Dick Schram, Charles Berquist, A1 Danielson thead coachl. Fourth row: Dan Tibbitts, Vern Olson, Dick Petterson, Paul Carl-
sen, George Fish.
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Fresh Basketball . . . silhouettes of the future
The freshman hoopsters, coached by
Nip Hagen and john Rodkey, dropped
their first six contests but finished strong
to wind up with eleven wins and nine losses.
In the city freshman league, with Haver-
male and Libby participating for the first
time, the Indians ended up in a second
place tie with Havermale and Lewis and
Clark, Winning six and dropping four. The
squad handed Rogers its only city league
Starting assignments usually went to
jerry Mason, Glen Meinke, Ken Sears, Neil
Mclieever, Skip Pixley, Don Fraser, and
john Cozzetto. The team had plenty of
hustle and fight and gained valuable ex-
FROSH COACHES-Left to right: Nip Hagen, head
coachg John Rodkey, assistant coach.
FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-Front row, left to right: Bruce Robertson, managerg Billy Kiper, Johnny Cozzetto, Don Merrick, Bob
Pahkama, Gene Bursch. Second row: Nip Hagen, head coach: Neil McKeever, Ed Lee, Ron Sears, Gary Hetherington, Don Fraser,
Skip Pixley, John Rodkey, assistant coach. Third row: Jerry Mason, Joe Tewinkel, Mike Lawrence, Bob Palleberg, Glenn Meinke.
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A S E B A L L
Varsity Baseball . . . new eoaehg new team
A new coach, three lctterinen, and a
late start because ol' bacl weather-this was
North Central's baseball situation at the
start of the season. 'laking over the cluties
ol retiring heacl roach Don llpnalny is Del
Returning letternien are: Don Osborn,
pitcher-outiielcler: Chuck Gerlach, catcher!
and Ken llenshool, inlielcler. Making hon-
est bicls for starting positions, as this book
goes to press are: Catchers. Chuck Gerlach.
, Mick Rizzuto, Bus Burton, and Dave
VARSITY COACHES-left to right: A. A. Manfred,
mi5'n"' mac" DC' JOM' head coach' Strawn: first baseman. Jack Fiskness and
Front row, left to right: Ken Benshoof, Gene Kelly, Dick Barker, Dick Stacy, Virg Duchow, Mickey Rizzuto, Don Osborn. Second
row: Stan Framstad, Don Brown, John Edwards, Tom O'Leary, Darrell Kuelpman, Glen Meinl-ce, Bill Flinn, Jim Colasurdo, Chuck
Gerlach, head coach Del Jones. Third row: Assistant coach A. A. Manfred, Bob Hunton, Chuck Chandler, Don Flemming, Dave Strawn,
Buss Burton, Merlyn Andcrberg, Sam Rizzuto, Ed Anderson and Phil Soike, managers. Fourth row: Bob Firor, Jack Fiskness, Jim
Gillogly, Dick Smith, Rod Walker, George Grossman.
on e hundred thirty-eight
5 'x X'
"Slide, Kenny, Slide ."'
TOP ROW, left to right: Pitchers-Edwards, Firnr, Flinn, Framstad, O'Leary, Right Column, top to bottom: Pitchers-Osborn.
Darrell Kuclpnianz second basenien. Glenn
Meinke and Jim Gilloglyg Lhird basemen,
Don Flemming and Virg Duehow: short-
stops, Gene Kelly and Ken Benshoofl out-
lielders: Dick Barker, Don Osborn, Jim
Colasurdo, Dick Stacy, Dick Smith, Bob
Hunlon, Merlyn Anderberg, Don Brown,
Chuck Chandler, and Sam Rizzulo.
Due to siarl the hurling duties for the
Red and Black are: john Edwards, Bob
Firor, Bill Flinn, Toni U'Leary, and Don
one hundred thirty-nine
ers Rmzuto, Str
awn. First basemen-Fiskness. Ku
flllf af fir.wf."'
"Shag ffm! ln1H."'
oof. Kelly. Third basemen-Duchow
elpman. Second b
Left to right: Outfielders-Anderberg, Barker, Brown, Chandler, Colasurdo.
"I"iskm'ss lays the wood to one"
"Sir-1'-1'-1'-fclz , Jim"
A -, 7
Left to right: Outfielders-Hunton, Rizzuto, Smith, Stacy. Manager-Phil Soike.
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"B" Squad Baseball . . . next year9s team?
North Central's "B" Baseball squad,
newly formed in I9-18, gives all the boys not
good enough to make the A squad a chance
to play baseball. lt also gives them a chance
to gain valuable experience which they
would not get if they were sitting on the A
squad bench. Coaching the B squad is Ken
Hagen, wood shop instructor.
The B squad plays their games Wednes-
day afternoons on the playfield. A double
round robin schedule was played with each
team la in six ames.
B-SQUAD COACH-Nip Hagen. I P Y g g
B-SQUAD BASEBALL-Front row, left to right: Bob Skinner, Bill Jobb, Bruce Short, Art Sharpe, Cloyd Hohan, Ron Israel, Bill
Horn, Charles Nealey, Jack Fruit, Rolly Robbins, Kayo Hancock. Second row: Darrell Zeller, Ken Curry, Vearle Greenwood, Skip Pix-
ley, George Taber, T. J. Otterbein, Jack Evenoff, Keith Darling, Dick James, Don Bredesen, Ron Saffle, Duane Stark. Third row: Nip
Hagen Ihead coachl, George Fish, Carrol Jones, Gordon Love, Bob Mills, George Peters, Everett Bailey, Bill Zink, Dale Mitchell,
Jerry Gross, Ed Purdue, Dick Marlowe, Ted Blackburn.
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Frosh Baseball . . . future city cluunpions?
The freshman baseball squad-"the best
in years!" 'llhis summarizes the frosh base-
ball situation at North Central, according
to head coach Bill Diedrick.
.-Ks this book goes to press, the starting
line-up looks like Jack Vill at third, Johnny
Cozetto at shortstop, Bruce Grandstaff at
second, Gary Hetherington at first, and out-
fielders Johnny 'l'uft, Mike Fraser. and Don
The pitching staff will be built around
two promising hurlers, jerry Christeson and
Jerry VValton. About 25 men answered
Coach Diedricks first call for practice. FROSH COACHES-Left to right: Bob Hensley.
assistant coach, Bill Diedrick, head coach.
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FROSH BASEBALL-Front row, left to right: Bud Money, manager. Second rcw: Bob Pahkrna, Port Inman. Billy Hunton,
Bill Kiper, Fritzi Mehlert. Gary Hetherington, Don Dunn, Larry Wid.ner, Dwayne Hswel Third row: Durwood Johnson, Dave Sand-
ers, Dick Ladeen, Charles Henthorn, Garry Franklin, Bill Powell, Jim Pool. Lee Aspaas, Ron Keen. Fourth row: Don Wallin, Clell
Davis, Ed Littlejohn. Jack Geraghty, Floyd Cooper, Bob Farris, Dan Merrick, Norm Brewer, Bob Pclleberg, Fifth row: Bob Hoesley.
assistant coach, Willis Benson, Johnny Cozzetto, Mike Fraser, Bob Sleizcr, Gerry Walton, Gerry Christenson, Ken Tweed, John Tuft,
Bill Diedrick, coach.
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T R A C K
rack . . . another city title or the ndians?
TRACK-Returning Lettermen-Front row, left to right: Den-
nis Cantrell, Bill Klise, Joe Simpson, Mickey McHargue, Leslie
Collins. Top row: Jim Homburg, Bob Ytreeide, George Hills,
TRACK COACH-Guy Barnes
. . 4 .
Q NIJ K,
'TRACK-Front row, left to right: Gene Lister, Bill Kllse, Wally Freeman, Jim Roberts, Hib Bender, Don Barth, Dennis Cantrell,
George Hills, Mickey Mcl-largue, Jim Homburg, Bob Ytreeide, Bob Rouselle, Mel Paddock. Second row: Dick Armfield, Don Brede-
sen, Dick Eppley, Everett Bailey, Don Hamlin, Lloyd Snider, Neil McKeever, Willie Boyd, Cyril Vinneau, Louis Becker, Tom James.
Don Shaw, Bob Wirsch. Third row: Alan McReynolds, Dud Woodbury, Hal Hunt, Billie Kiper, Jerry Dreyer, Larry Held, Morris
Plxley, Dan Dunn, Glenn Babbitt, Dick Nyberg, Don Dunn, Ron Proper, Dwight Booth, Paul Baker. Fourth row: Ted Haskell, Bob
Thompson, Harold Anderson, Albert Jones, Dewey Bishop. Gene Wingard, Dick Ford, Bill Ellis, Mickey Chesrown, Dick Wrenn, Jack
Weathers, Jimmie Morlan. Fifth row: Ron Brown, Richard Green, Ken Varcoe, Lanny LaReva, Rich Corser, Louie Spitzer, Roy Raymer,
Lee Hoover, Fred Rose, Art Kawaguchl, Donald Materne. Sixth row: Coach Guy O. Barnes, assistant coach Howard McNew, Bob
Newland, Jack Larson, Dick Coe, Norman Berry, Alva Bettis, Bert Byrne, Obe Fjelstad, Ronnie Marks, Don Town lmanagerl, Richard
Bauman tasslstant managerl, Vern Gray.
one hundred forty-four
CROSS COUNTRY-Front row, left to right: George Hills, Les Collins, Hib Bender, Don Barth, Jack Holmberg, Ray King, Glenn
Miller, Cyril Vinneau, Lloyd Snider. Second row: David Canwell, Bob Wirsch, Don Shaw, Dick Holmberg, Neil McKeever, Willie Boyd,
Roland Smith, Walt Baker, Bill Loveless. Third row: Jack Weathers, Dick Eppley, Everett Bailey, Duane Tucker, Don Bredeson, Lee
Hoover, Frank Paggett, Hal Hunt. Fourth row: Mgr. Jim Peterson, Ron Brown, Don Eilmes, Ron Proper, Bob Harrington, Bill Ober-
heu, Obe Fjelstad, Coach Guy O. Barnes.
Cross Country . . . speed, stamina---champs
The North Central cross country team,
perpetual city champions, did it again in
Under the coaching of Guy Barnes, the
Indian harriers had an undefeated season.
Rogers fell before the Tribe, 15-60, Gon-
zaga was dropped, 15-743 and then the Indi-
ans outran the L. C. Tigers, 27-28 for the
Next was the Banana Belt race, which
the Tribe won handily, defeating five
teams in the process.
The future looks bright for next season
as three lettermen, Don Barth, Willie Boyd,
and Jack Holmberg, are returning. They
were steady point-getters last fall.
The North Central track team has a
good chance of repeating as city champions
again this year, according to Coach Guy
The Tribe has nine lettermen returning
from last season's championship squad. The
sprints will be handled by Mickey Mc-
Hargue and Joe Simpson. Les Collins should
be strong in the mile, and George Hills will
be a point-getter in the 880.
The field events are strong also, as Jim
Homberg, Bill Klise, and Bob Ytreeide are
all returning in the pole vault, and Roland
Smith and Ytreeide are back for the high
The 440 and shot put are the only events
minus lettermen, but there are strong con-
tenders out for these positions.
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Boys' Golf . . . looks like the good ol 9 days
Things look bright for golf at North
Central. 'l'he team has five returning letter-
men and many good prospects.
'llhe lettermen include captain Carl
Funseth, Ward Sligh, Frank Wells, Jim
Norton, and Jim 'l'efft. Good-looking pros-
pects are Rodney Funseth, Gordon Ander-
"VVe have a large turnout," stated Cap-
tain Funseth. "many of them just over from
Havermale. NVe should have a better-
balanced team than the others and are out
to bring the championship back to North
son, Don VVeaver, and Bob Goodwin.
Gonzaga, the defending champions,
have two men back-Pat and Joe Lynch.
Lewis and Clark also have two top men in
John Halin and 'l'ommy Oldershaw.
Var! fill!!-YPYII fvcx wiflz the brcesc
GOLF-Front row, left to right: Rod Funseth, Frank Wells, Warde Sligh, Don Weaver. Second row: Jim Tefft, Carl Funseth, Jim
Morton. Gordon Anderson, W. C. Hawes, coach.
one hundred forty-six
Boys, Tennis . . . booming racleets blast foes
Winning the undisputed city league
tennis title rests in the hands of three re-
turning lettermen and several other capable
veterans. Rogers, co-champions with the
Indians last year, will be the main obstacle
ol' Coach I-lix's squad.
The beginning league match will be
May 9, against Lewis and Clark. Double
round-robin matches will be played with
each team in the league. Besides playing
Lewis and Clark, Rogers, and Gonzaga,
matches are scheduled with the Washington
State college freshmen, with Lewiston, and
The three returning lettermen this year
are Rich Munroe, Roy I-lolien, and Jim
Thomas. Likely non-lettermen prospects
include Bill Wilkiiisoii, Tom Evans, Don
Lane, Alvin Byrne, and Bill Hoaglund.
Roy Holien rlispIa'y.s' a fasf Izaclrlzanrl
TENNIS Front row left t
- , o right: Muehle, Larry Garlinghouse, Tom Harris, Jim Gaines. Ronald Upp, Louis Starner, Maurice
McDonald. Second row: John Morgan, Bill Wilkinson, Tom Evans, Rich Munroe, Jim Thomas, Roy Holien, Don Lane, Jim Weeks.
Gerald Fry, Bob Mudge,
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Sports - for - all . . . wrestling, swimming,
WARREN RIOPELLE: Director of
The Sports-for-All Intramural program,
headed by W'arren Riopelle, continued to
play a big part in the recreation and activ-
ity list of many students during the fiscal
Under the program such games as flag
football, basketball, softball, ping pong, and
Q-croquet were played. This year a new
sport was added to the activity list of tum-
bling, swimming, and wrestling, when box-
ing was introduced to North Central for
the first time in many years.
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tumbling, basketball flu b ll
, g a , boxing
The juniors won the flag football title
tlns year and the sophomores ran away
with the basketball race. A Dad-Son smoker
was presented in the late fall. Winning the
swinnning events were the juniors, the
wrestling events, the freshnieng and the tuni-
bling encled in rt tie between the juniors
and the seniors.
one hundred forty-'nine
Left to right: Betty Lou Mitcham, Kathleen Bigham, Frances Benn
Miss Elsa Pinkham, Head of Girls' Athloticsg Miss Ruth Hetherington,
Girls who turn out for sports develop
physical fitness and good sportsnmnship
which will he helpful in their later years.
They fortn 1lC'lIllIllllllllll'CS with other girls
:ind ntziny wzirni friendships result.
On tennis courts. golf fourses, the soft-
hzill field. :ind in the gym, healthy bodies
and il healthy outlook on life are developing.
one hundred ,fifty
ett, Virginia Althouse. Miss Helen Kauppi. cadet instructor:
Assistant Head of Girls' Athletics.
Miss Elsa Pinkhzun. head of the girls' P. E.
department. endeavors and succeeds in es-
tablishing the highest ideals in "her" girls.
She is ll friend und 21 help to all. from the
freslnnztn to the senior.
Miss Ruth Hetherington, assistant gym
teacher, has shown to all that practice and
tezunwork are essential for good tennis.
Tennis . . . practice makes better players
t to U5
row. lei t ms. Sec-
D5,Front, m cycapa d T Co-
NIS HEA 'e Mila ' A 1 F69 9 '
D?-air: Sprgkeiifg ggZ:1Ne1s0Y1, Shir ey
Last fall the girls' varsity tennis team
took, for the fifth time, the city champion-
ship. Miss Elsa Pinkham coached the girls
and Leslie Jean Nelson and Shirley Feeder
were the managers.
The tennis team meets every Monday
and Thursday during period 6 and after
school. Following the regular tournament,
a singles tournament was held for all North
Central girls wanting to participate.
Shirley Harris won the singles tourna-
ment by defeating Joyce Lee. Mary Penna
and runner-up Frances Bennett took the
Co-captains for the fall season were Betty
Lou lN'Iitcham and Virginia Althouse.
Spring captains were Joanie Milam and Di-
TENNIS-Front row, left to right: Joyce Lee, Diane Springer Shirley Harris
, , Virginia Althouse fco-captainb, Betty Lou Mitcham
leo-captainl, Delores Bellmont, Joanie Milam, Lois Moore. Second row: Joan Nienau, Joyce Byrne, Lucille Nienau, Loretta Gleason,
Lois Jacoy, Leslie Nelson tmanagerb, Shirley Feeder tmanagerl, Patsy Lindberg, Jeanne Lamberson, Carolee Gray, Georgia Miller
Third row: Mary Penna, Marilyn Coon, Barbara Jones Frances Bennett, Doris
Colony, Annette Krom, Rose Marie Perkins. Nadine Ruhling.
Nelson, Joan Cochran, Kathleen Bigham, Marilyn
one hundred fifty-one
Badminton . . . it takes alsleillful raeleet
Playing before and after school on 'l'ues-
day and Wednesday were girls competing
for singles and doubles honors in badmin-
ton. Miss Helen Kauppi, cadet from WSC,
assisted coach Ruth I-letherington. Mana-
gers for the badminton season were Vir-
ginia Althouse and Betty Lou Mitcham.
Singles champion was Joyce Lee, while
l.ou Ann Habel and Jo Ann Gruber cap-
tured the doubles title.
lop girls in this tourney went to VVest
V2lllCy lilll' lllCll'1lllllll2ll ljillllllllllllll Ullllqllffy. BADMINTQN ACTl0N..Virgi,-,ia Ammuse' Betty Lou Mit-
Forty girls turned out to compete for the
singles while sixty-two girls signed up to
compete lor double honors.
..,... BADMINTON-Front row, left to right: Rachel Fields, Marilyn Shields, Lou Ann Habel. Joanne Gruber, Kathleen Bigham, Vir-
ginia Althouse lco-managert, Betty Lou Mitcham tco-managerl, Doris Nelson, Phyllis Graham, Marilyn Coon, Phyllis Lane, Sonja
Linder. Second row: Janice Springer, Barbara McCarty, Pat Degenhart, Marian Babcock, Stella Martello, Harriet Blair, Arlene Gil-
bert, Vivian Thompson, Pat Breeden, Joan Wirch. Donna Phelps, Marilou Ludwigson, Beverly Groom, Jackie deSarro. Beverly Sum-
mers. Third row: Shirley Bass, Patty Schrader, Marlene Johnston, Gertrude Schneider, Joanne Cogley, Phyllis Phillips, Dona Lee
Hyer, Betty Dixon, Pat Brennan. Clarice Barth, Joyce Manring, Dorothy Frochlieh, Patty Milam, Louise James. Shirley Manlove, Joan
Lyons, Gloria Green. Fourth row: Barbara Keats, Joanne Baxter, Helen Tollefsen, Irene Porter, Norene Porter, Carol Beaty. Loraine
Rasmussen, Jean Noel, Imogene Knight, Beverly Blackwell, Jerri Valiquette, Lenor Sontag, Wilma Taylor, Marjorie Matthews, Mar-
gcne Lang, Carolyn Wilson, Sarajenniel Emerson.
one hundred fifty-two
5 , .
Basketball . . . here teamwork pays off!
BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS-Front row, left to right: Joan Rutt,
Kathleen Bigham, Frances Bennett, Doris Nelson, Joan Cochran.
Second row: Barbara Seiser, Sunshine Gilmore, Nadine Ruhling,
Thelma Doggett, Jeri Kippen.
Girls who turned out for basketball this
year were divided into teams according to
grades. Because of the large number
of juniors and sophomores, there were
two teams for each, making a total of six.
The coach was Miss Ruth Hetherington
and the managers were Jeanne King and
Junior 2's, eaptained by Frances Ben-
nett, took the championship with seven
games Ollt of seven. Dolores Straub's
senior team took second, and the other
junior team, with Sally Langdon as cap-
tain, took third.
Joanne Cogley was the captain of the
freshman team. Marlene Bartlett and
Carol Anderson were the sophomore
Kathleen Bigham, who made 38
points, was high point player.
BASKETBALL-Front row, left to right: Joyce Lee, Leta Cook,Sally Langdon, Nadine Ruhling, Kathleen Bigham, Frances Bennett,
Doris Nelson Joan Cochran Jeri Ki en Willomae S 't C 'l G h S d M A L J A
, , pp , ai er, eci o rman. econ row: ary nn oan, o nn Freeman, June
Joan Rutt, Beverly Timmers, Charlotte Morrison, Loraine Rasmussen, Pat Brennan, Marlene Bartlett, Thelma Doggett, June Ander-
son, Carol Anderson, Mary Johnston, Shirley Nevin, Arlene Gilbert. Third row: Helen Tollefsen, Carol Slosser, Mary Jane Grady,
Mildred Bettis, Margene Lang, Joanne Cogley, Patty Schrader, Shirley Bass, Shirley Monteith, Margie Werhan, Toots Schmidt, Margie
Wing, Harriet Blair, Lorraine McKelvey, Jeanne King tmanagerl. Fourth row: Colleen Corbin, Betty Werhan, Karen Tollefson, Geral-
dine Cash, Ada Allen, Margie Hartman, Gene Knight, Jean Noel, Georgia Miller, Doris Loan, Betty Freeman, Sunshine Gilmore, Pat
Dunlap, Natalie Mills, Marilyn Sebring, Shirley Hinkle, Nancy Dixon, Beulah Easterwood.
one hundred fifty-three
t utts and long drives win
Golf . . . accura e p
Fifteen girls played golf at Dowuriver
golf course every Monday, luestlay. and
cler the instruction of Miss
Wfilhelmine 'l'imm. Dorothy Swank was ap-
pointetl manager for the spring semester,
anal Bobbie Schussler was the captain.
Sch L ,
uisler' Captain. 5 SWank.manage1.- B bb
Neil Christian, professional golfer, gave
lessons to girls at the golf course for a small
Lewis and Clark was the only other
school in whirh there was a tourney. The
girls hall tournaments among themselve
provicle competition for one another.
'l'he team was clelayecl in starting the
I' I len snow last winter.
SCZISOII lJCt'2lllSC 0 l lC I x2 fy
nk Bobbie Schnssler, Donna Moe, Shirley Lambert, Donna
tt, Clarice Barth, Billie
ht' Clarabell Hvdorn, Dorothy Swa ,
M' Wilhelmine Timm, Ann Blodge
GOLF TEAM-Front row, left to rig . ,
r Robin Rymond. Louise Waugh, iss
Hillman. Second row: Ann Kruege ,
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Swimming . . . smooth strokes win races
Swimming after school every Monday
and Wednesday was held throughout the
year. Miss Elsa Pinkham and Miss Helen
Kauppi helped instruct and pass girls on
Red Cross swimming tests.
In the spring, a swimming meet was
held. Races included: 220-yard free style,
Mmm G ACT
100-yard breast stroke, 50-yard back stroke,
50-yard crawl, 100-yard crawl, underwater
swim, and 200-yard relays. Diving and
plunge for distance were also included along
with the races.
The girls were divided according to
grade and competed against each other for
championship team and high-point winner.
Kathleen Bigham and Doris Nelson were
co-chairmen of the after-school swimming.
SWIMMING-Front row, left to right: Nadine Ruhling, Frances Graham, Doris Nelson Ico-managerl, Kathleen Bigham fco-mana-
gerl Barbara Bullock. Second row: Betty Webster, Lavonne Snider, Helen Hubbell, Frances Bennett, Leta Cook, Joanne Gruber.
one hundred fifty-five
Volleyball . . . sportsmanship is required
Six volleyball teams were chosen Dec. HS
at the start ol' the volleyball season. Miss
Ruth Hetherington with the help of the
managers, Nadine Ruhling and Joyce Lee,
refereed the games.
WllCll the season closed, Barbara Carr's
Volleypops. junior l team, had taken the
tournament with eight wins and one loss. VOLLEYBALL ACUON-Barbara Cm' Joyce Lee.
'lying for second place honors were the
senior and junior 2's. Each had five wins,
two losses and two ties.
Other captains were: Kathleen Bigham,
Double ll's: Marilyn Colony, Senior Slick-
ersg Joann Freeman, Little Spokes, Mary
Penna, Up and Over: and Carol Slosser.
Each team played two games Tuesday
and Thursday alter school for several weeks
after a two-week practice session.
L-, ...L l
VOLLEYBALL-Front POW' left to fight! JOAN!! Freeman. Dolly Sullivan, Ruthie Merkel, Kathleen Bigham, Joan Cochran, Flora
Taber, Joan Samuels, Betty Lou Mitcham, Marilyn Colony, Delores Bellmont, Virginia Althouse. Beulah Easterwood, Lorraine Mc-
Kelvey, Frances Bennett, Sally Langdon, Doris Nelson, Shirley Hinkle. Second row: Connie Quam, Patsy Lindberg, Stella Martello,
Marian Babcock. Beverly Groom. Dorothy Haight. Marilyn Shields, Jackie deSarro, Eddie Lou Tarvin, Mary Ann Reilly, Roslie Col-
lins, Harriet Blair, Arlene Gilbert, Joan Rutt, Jerry Morrison, Beverly Summers, Willomae Saiter, Shirley Feeder Dorothy Swank,
Bobbie Sehussler. Third row: Donna Reed, Carol Slosser, Sarajenniel Emerson, Mary Ann Loan, Ruth Cooper, Joanne Cogley, Dona
Lee Hyer, Shirley Manlove, Charlotte Morrison, Patty Schrader, June Anderson, Pat Brennan, Shirley Bass, Marilyn Sebring, Natalie
Mills, Nancy Dixon, Mary Jane Grady, Lois Jacoy, Barbara Carr, Sunshine Gilmore, Jeanne King. Fourth row: Nadine Ruhling, Jackie
Linder, Barbara De Tuyter, Betty Jess, Janet Jones, Mary Penna, Gloria Green, Imogene Knight, Margie Hartman, Marlene Bartlett,
Karen Tollefsen, Jean Noel. Jeri Kippen, Betty Freeman, Pat Dunlap. Joyce Stempel, Reba Walser, Ruth Nehrlich, Carol Beaty, Lo-
raine Rasmussen, Darlene Young, Joyce Lee.
one hundred fift y-sir
Figure Skating . . . develops skill and nerve
Every Friday, period 6, figure skating
was held at the Spokane ice arena during
December, January, February, and March.
Anyone having period 6 free and his own
skates was eligible to attend.
Miss VVilhelmine Timm and Miss Elsa
HGURE SKA,-,NG Ac-,,oN-Shirley Ingham. Pinkham instructed the students at the ice
arena, and several participated in the North-
west Figure Skating championships held at
the ice arena on Feb. 18, 19.
Those who skated in the championships
were Louise W'augh, Vivian Ingham, and
Transportation was provided to the ice
FIGURE SKATING-Front row, left to right: Louise Waugh. Gail Jackson, Shirley Ingham. Second row: Leslie Jean Nelson. An-
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one hundred fifty-seven
SPRAGUE THROUGH TO FIRST NEAR WALL . . . PHONE MAin I22I
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BEST WISHES, GRADUATES . . . FROM GRAl'IAM'S !
Through all your years of school, you've depended on Graham's
fo supply your classroom needs . . . pencils, paper, pens and inlc
...no+ +o men+ion 'rhe hos+ of o+her school supplies Graham's carries.
Graham's besl' wishes go wifh you upon gradua+ion, wi'rh +he hope
you'll con+inue 'ro rely upon Graham's proven quali'I'y merchandise.
one hundred sirctty
for Every Purpose
'ik Desk Tops
'ik Window Glass
sie Plate Glass
sir Auto Glass
W. 1109 2nd Ave. MA.52'74
"Flowers at their best"
Florists and Nursery
S. W. Gage-Owner
3036 N. Monroe BFL5259
Fine Jewelers for 62 Years
CLASS OF '49
GEORGE R. DODSON, INC.
A Store for Everyone
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With a little help you can
be your own decorator. Select
things you will enjoy, keep
rooms "fresh and airyu with
colors carefully selected. Let
Essick's stuff assist you.
one hundred sixty-one
l"ruunu.v for Ijilllllflllll-V and IV11Iclzf's Sincr'
807 West Riverside
Imported Gill Items
Opposite the Davenport on Sprague
For our ALL STAR lineup of
IgllA'HC,l1'II Gnmlif-.v on your Ivan: of
Your Party Ifakwr
1819 N. W. Blvd. FA. 3031
Shop in your neighlvorliood jewelers for
lVaLctl1cs, rings, pins, cuz
one hundred sixty-two
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T U X E D O S X
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Full-Dress SUITS , ,-
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At Low Rentals I
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Complctc outfits for wed!
flings :md f0I'IIllll affairs " Q. -Es
including shirt, collar, tic
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IVK, Ship cdosfsinglc or double-
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FROM AN OLD TIMER TO
THE NEW GRADUATES-
Bes'I' of Luck from here on!
THE WASHINGTON WATER
1017 Rivcrside Avo. Phone Main GGIZ E"C"'IC Service to the "Wand EmPi"'
for 60 Years
HIAIWBURGERS When Your Picirures
and Are Signed
Are Still the
HIGH SCHOOL S'I'UDEN'IlS
F.-XVO RI TES
.Vaci Your I"l'Tt'lIlI1-S' for Il Trcaf at 11112
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They Bear a Mark of
MAIN FLOOR SHERWOOD BLDG.
one hundred sixty-three
Tvislin-s to extend si cordial invitation
for you to try our delicious Pastries,
Cakes, :mtl Pics. Taste tllklll :ind y0ll.
too, will su- the cliffcrctwv in l"lil'lSl'l-
N ESS and QUALITY.
NO1'i,h 617 Ash BR 1344
"THE SPOT" wishes +o exfend "Bes+
Wishes" Io +he graduating class of
I949. We hope thai' you have en-
joyed The many hours of en'I'erI'ain-
meni' that have been available for
LOCATED IN BEAUTIFUL
COUNTRY HOMES ESTATE
JUST NORTH OF SPOKANE
OFFERS THE FINEST IN
Liberal Arts, Pre-Professional
and Secondary Teacher Training
Convenient Bus Service from Coeur d'Alene Hotel and North Side
483110 a Year Covers Tuition and All Fees
one hundred sixty-,four
E M R Y 'S . . . the House of Quality
for the YUUNG DIAIV
Q . . . with the young man's
, stamp of approval! Designed
. to take the hard knocks of
classroom wear and come
. up smilin' for after-school
' "affairs," Emry's s c h o 0 l
0 clothes set the style!
ooo for Young Men
RIVERSIDE a+ STEVENS
TO THE CLASS OF
From I'he photography studio thai
stands for dependabilify workman-
ship and Ar'I' in your mosf cher-
621 Zukor Bldg. MAin 3714
Q ooooooooooo ooo'o'n'e'n'Q'n'4' oven' '
See Our UHEAVENLY
HUNDREDS" one of
the Nortl1west's largest
selections of diamond rings under three
hundred dollars. Being direct importers of
diamonds means savings of up to 30'Z1.
a - ca
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WATCHES WASHINGTON 'MPORTERS
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FLOWERS FOR ALL SHGE
S d Y by 2 S
PETERS AND SONS
Invisible Half Soles
THE SHOE FIXERY
R. H. CBobJ Clendenin
FLORISTS Shoes Cleaned, Dyed, and Shined
W. 829 Riverside N. 4702 Market 7 5 N M S t
YOUNG MEN SHOP AT FOGEL-
FUEEL-ZQUISTS Sy m
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W. I27 Boone
M36 PEYTON BLDG.
SPCDKAN E, WAS!-I.
Here fs Wishing
You . . .
818 W. Garland Ave.
IT'S A BENTLEY
.lime Bentley sets the
pace with the smartest
cotton dresses in one and
two piece styles-All of
you girls will love the
clever styling-nipped in
P e p 1 u m jacketskpert
c 0 1 1 a r s-and cuffsg
dainty lingerie touches.
Sizes 9 to 15
3510.95 Sc 12.95
824 W. RIVERSIDE AVE.
Courses modern appliance
store in Spokane s
I Approved for Veteran's Training district.
I Hutton Bldg. MA. 6746
Spokane' washington 815 W. Garland BR 2681
one hundred sixty-eight
THE JEWELRY YOU BUY AT
When In Need Of Furnishings
S A R T 0 R I
Will Be Found fo Be
Be'Her Qualify-BeH'er Price
For The Home
Blaster f'raff.s'me11 in Je'welr'y
North 10 Wall St. 119 N. Post St. Rlverside 2275
On the green with the 'Groaner'
one hundred sixty-nine
n - - ' '- "' I-' -' "' " --1
There Is CONGRATULATIONS
AW I To All Youse
' GALS and GUYS
A Better Show
a+ me W' M gl 'y Proud of You
I1 re At
' 712 W. Sprague 5011 N. Market
FUXQKSTHUAXUHIIHIUM MSSSS SSSSS
STEWARTSS HOME HARDWARE
Remember US by having your friends sign here with our best wishes.
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Dajre and Graoluajrion Dresses
Wall at Main-Spokane
Sealdle - Firsi Naiionel
804 N. MONRQE STREET
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I Perry Como I Freddy Mar+in O Spike Jones
WWWG4 O Beryl Davis O Wayne King O Tommy Dorsey
O AND MANY OTHER GREAT RECORDING ARTISTS
See Your Local RCA Vicfor Dealer for "Music America Loves BesI"'
On RCA VICTOR RECORDS
ARPER- EGGEE, Inc.
one hundred seventy-three
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T R I P L E
X X X VINTHER 86 NELSON
"Your North Side Dealer"
E 2 I 25 N. 706 Monroe St. Phone: BR. 2271
S. 13 Howard St.
"Makers of Fine Porlraztsn
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TO THE CLASS OF "-49"
BEST OF LUCK
TO THE CLASS OF
Q SILVER LOAF
F L A V O R
F R E S H
P R O D U C T S
W. 729 Mallon Phone: BR. 5255 W. 1102 Ide phoneg BR, 5437
er four 'ljf'l'lT-S'
on 0 ll'IL7ldTl'd seventy-fi1
George House Cafe
Third Avenue at Walnut
Try a "Fat Boy" Hamburger
The Christian Studio
A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE
Thank you for choosing FS to do
your Pllotograpllic VVork, we will he
looking forward to seeing you again
on the next important occasion
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104 N. Howard Si. MA. 1025
Dining Room Car Service Persorzaliiy Ifiwryilzirzg f'amera
Porlraifx Pholographic Suppliex
I 4+h Floor Fernwell Bldg.
one hundred seventy-six
BEAUTY SCHOOL Sgnjgrg
Invites North CCHtTi1l,S
ciI'2ldll2itt'S to Learn
,-1 Safeguard for Your Falun
W 9 Bakery
W. 82 f R VERSI E RI. 2003 1713 N- MOMOP Sree!
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AH Sim --AV 1949 Graduatmg Seniors I
Regular, Shorts and Longs
3950 6- 4950 8
3 "Fine Jeweler Since 1888" I
wa! . S rzr 1:2 4:., .--.-v- W. 717 Riverside
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BEST WISHES Electrical
SENIORS Contracting - Supplies
DUTHIE SEED CO. I .
510 MAIN AVENUE E
Spokane 2607 N. W. Blvd. FA. 5821
To Be +he
For That Stove and
Diesel Oil With the
On fhe Campus
On ihe Job
STYLIZE YOUR WARDROBE
H. EARL CLACK CO.
H N ' S Makes on Heat Completely .-fufomafic
N. 117 Post street MA. 2795 N. 220 Haven LA. 2023
one hundred S?'lJ97lfQll-7I.'l:'V'C
I O MARINE SUPPLIES
I o FISHING TACKLE
I 0 APPLIANCES
I I BICYCLES
I I I Mo+or Scoofers
I O Mercury Oufboards
Division of TRUE'S OIL CO.
E. 521 Sprague Phone MA in 2397
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Sponsors of Ili-l' l'I11l:.v
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CAMP lililflll ON FAN LAKE
For 105 'l14'!l7'A' flu' lvllllllg i'IIf'11'.v l'hri.v-
firm 11-Y-Y!ll'IllfIlJII has lwrn training 'ljlillfll
l'rf'.virlrnf gr1'1'!s pr4'.vi1l4'11I
om' hundrrfd eighty
Smarl, Complele Ladies
and Mens Apparel
New ancl Exciting lnlanls,
Phone FA. 3442 W. 920 Garland
Congratulations to the
Graduating Class of 1949
HART 86 DILATUSH
Open 241 Hours a Day
F. A. Cantlon, Pres. and Mgr.
9 N. Stevens Phone MA. 2111
Don'+ Bother Wi+h H' !
We Know How +0 Do All fhe
Body and Fender Work, Repairing
MA in 5780
2622 W. Seventh Ave. Spokane, Wash.
PHONE BROADWAY 1225
2703 NJV. Boulevard
one hundred eighty one
Enroll any Monday
FREE LIFE-TIME EMPLCYMENT DEPARTMENT
Over 1600 employment calls received during 1948
S BUSINESS UNIVERSITBXH
Wesf 502 Indiana Phone BR. 6000
W'hf're's the Mistletoe?
h dred eighty-two
Everything In Flowers Floors Planned and Installed
Wedding Flowers I nlaid-Felt Base-Rugs
Bouquets I Window Shades
W. I HE'UP1"11thi7I,g for Your Floor"
I Monroe Linoleum
86 Shade Co.
Eugene's Flower Shop I C. G. Karson
N, -7 WALL MA. 1173 N. 1423 Monroe St. BR. 51:19
Congratulatigns Let Our Friendship
to the Continue
Class of ,49 After Graduation
I I As It Has
I School Years
Fresh Milk and Ice Cream M.
407 Cataldo BR. 0364
SPRAGUE AT WASHINGTON
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one hundred eighty-three
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Charles L. Baldwin Robert M. Eakins
1 1 1 1
NEW AND USED FURNITURE
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ph.-me an. 1473 spokane, wash.
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