North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA)

 - Class of 1950

Page 1 of 192

 

North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collection, 1950 Edition, Cover
Cover



Page 6, 1950 Edition, North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collectionPage 7, 1950 Edition, North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collection
Pages 6 - 7

Page 10, 1950 Edition, North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collectionPage 11, 1950 Edition, North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collection
Pages 10 - 11

Page 14, 1950 Edition, North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collectionPage 15, 1950 Edition, North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collection
Pages 14 - 15

Page 8, 1950 Edition, North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collectionPage 9, 1950 Edition, North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collection
Pages 8 - 9
Page 12, 1950 Edition, North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collectionPage 13, 1950 Edition, North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collection
Pages 12 - 13
Page 16, 1950 Edition, North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collectionPage 17, 1950 Edition, North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collection
Pages 16 - 17

Text from Pages 1 - 192 of the 1950 volume:

'Wit jfs W Y 41 Q45 dim V a wg? 5 'vs if wh v My W W w e , -if W Y .M Qi 1 .- , , ' Y uw f K ff D A V f ,sv N . -f E! A 1' - 'ff , ' ,V 'x , R, , 'QW'f'f'A 'W W F X. 1 EAN ' I 14- I' 1. vi fx f X gf: -K I gym? px 'Q Q 5 r ,- JW? ' M' i W' 'Q X 1 'Mx i Q x I gf . . I " fem Q I fsgrn HL. 'fp F .X 4v,. 4 F' uk N is 9 Q T if ' ,, M, 'K W H' Q . f Xxx W? "' "Q: J 'X 'S dm, g. ,kv Wm l A . VA W 1 N fzggffff I of y M L331 N -34-c' 2 W' , 'ESQ . ,X QEQEEQQ at ei w'3'??f E1 Xj:9f'fxim r- 5"-2 1'0" 4 fha: . - N92 Wfzr .ai 13, J gf J NH . j,jfj5f?Q Fifgy, WW fi'552:1XQ1 2922? if .fl WM 4 j:,Zjif3:Q,f17k,fgjgjf,wM xii I y ' xg A i5fMfWi'5! ffvfgffpy , My 1 WM y . www s WMV y 'IW WW wkiglggi W' Q -3!,,,,,-fVj"'lfw"7 5 , W mwwww mpzffgb gf! ww ,,,svy,-WJ' su-W7 lished by the Tamarack Staff Miss Mary McKenna, Adviser B Hefferlin, Co-editors ings by Grace Horning '74 ffm ' 2 Q -fxx -Wag , AW 'X n"'Vp 1. y QAM N .gn Q- ' S1 "Nw 5'2- E :"'fi ' X 3 I 'fi g 'N L7.. fd lg- 3 A . ,A ' x Q x, , ,I-agxxx 4: 'Y M -f, Zh 6 -cf 4 fiff- 'I , A 1 I 8' . I .f 45, I M. :, X M , I I' A 4 if ' ' iv y' 'X 5 4 1-If 'Y TPX 1 if 5 . 41-"f""Tlft:-1f":':FF Ll2uFTQL, QZL ff' ' T ' - I. C Q, , 0 Q, fb iff f ,.. 1 Wm C 1 , I M -, V ' JL n " ' ' ' -I. 314 5 f 'T 1 P- ' x. 'X' I X - 1- g I: .v A , 4 . - Q ,w T if :V g ? 5, x 77 A 4' , LJ P ff '7 4- I 1' c 1, 1 Q1V Q 1 4 1 A, 4 W4 I 1 f 2.4.1. r . I9 36 NORTH CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL SPOKANE WASHINGTON I FUREWURD Erected on an earthly throne, She stands in queenly grace, Her pillars uplifting to the sky, As though she sees Qod's face. She stands forever in our minds, Dressed in mellow brick. Her memory will e'er bring back Our youth that dies so quick. A building is only as strong and enduring as the things which give it life. It.s beauty can- not be determined by material things. It needs understanding to remain more than ri monument, a cold and lonely structure. North Central is a living memorial, dedi- cated to youth and its ambition. Its halls echo the hopes and dreams, the tears and laughter of its sons and daughters. It is to our building that we have turned for the theme of the 1950 Tamarack. Symbolic of sorrow, happiness, defeat, and victory, North Central high school will live forever in the Mbjpfl. i W hearts of its students. li 1 gr elf iff' J' W fbi! wil M' ,fgd Will ,ty ifiiiieis, L ,,9,lw,,,,-ig or t, u r tiitjq lirjf. X "z"lIf ' S' r , ,. fs. , ' ', , fl' ,gi r' ,M-" CON'l'EN'l1S , V' Q ll AClll1i1liSt1'3tl0l1 and Faculty fy . Graduating Classes Seniors, Juniors, Sophomores, Freshmen -- ' Student Government, lVIarching Units,i'SerVice Groups Clubs, Publications, Productions, School Life Boys' and Girls' Athletics, Advertising 'px :ag- J , sa, F Qs 7 M WW i MM, W if M Mwgwi Eff xy Whmifwiwgjwm f W W M Qvfwyiw may ' I N5 asf f f Wgfiflgzbfm ww ! - I Lil 6 Tp!-N U? ' - Lf-L" ,I -, 'IJ1 1 s 'E X--1. .-f"' if Ti HC E nzcrm ADPWCNIX E , - n-i ' ,. 2 THE WEST SIDE JOSEPH TEWINKEL. Principal NCR more the Tamarack is in eager hands, adding one more chapter to the glorious history of North Central. It huilds its theme around halls which for more than forty years have echoed to generations of fine young people. It will he fun in coming years to dig out the 1950 'I':unarack just to look lmck. Such rctrospection inevitahly will center in recalling friends of high school days and teachers who mixed social, recreational, and spiritual interests with sound instruction. '!l.-f- cfa jkdfdif Q.-1 ,xZfh19"vz,f"A"c. '7?"LL . ' 11' L M11 .bf-VC-5 '12V"""' "LQ"k - J ,,,.,,V ,,M,,LL f VL- '04-4"lJ fl-Wop 3 r fr'vs!X, O. i ftp.-x..A.2 LZ f r. nf ,fl , z L, . 7 fflfwl- 4,1 rw L' I LN t fu' V if of L WALTER HAWES, Vice Principal HE appearance of a new Tamarack marks a red luttcr day at North Central. For the staff, it is a reward for long hours of planning' and workg for thx studcnt hody, a hook which is a valued record of your high school days. North Central has many traditions cstahlishcd hy thc carly graduating classcs' - good scholarship, good citizenship. athletic achicvcmcnt, and outstanding publications. Continucd succcss in the carrying out of these traditions is North Ccntral's wish to cach of you today. 5 I Muriel L. Allison Commercial University of Washington, B.A. in Education, Washington State Col- lege, Eastern Washington College of Education. Mary R. Bacon Head Librarian Smith College, B.A.g New York State Library School. Robert Barnard Mathematics Washington State College, B.S., M.S.g University of Washington. Verna C. Betz Mathematics Washington State College, B.A., M.A.g Eastern Washington College of Educationg Whitworth Collegeg University of California. Arthur Boettcher Mathematics, Science Eastern Washington College of Education, B.A., B.A. in Educa- tiong Shurtleff Collegeg Texas Technical Collegeg University of Tennessee. Theodore Boyett Physical Education, Head University of Missouri, B.S., M.S.g University of New Mexico, B.A., University of Iowag George Washington Universityg St. Louis University. Vern Broadwell Industrial Arts Washington State College, B.A., B.A. in Education, Eastern Wash- ington College of Education, ten Edward E. Anderson English , Eastern Washington C o l 1 e g e o f Education, B.A. in,Educationg Uni- versity of California, B.A!g Wash- ington State College. R. A. Baldwin Mathematics University of M o n t a n a , B.A.g Washington State Collegeg Univer- sity of Washington. Mabel V. Beauchamp Art University of Washington, B.A. Bertha Boehme Foreign Languages, Head Washington State College, B.A.g University of Californiag Univer- sity of Oregon, Columbia Univer- sityg University of Munich. Donald R. Bonalny Science University of Washington, B.A. in Education, Science, Social Studies, Washington State College. Lowell C. Bradford Music Reed College, B.A.g Whitman Col- lege, M.A.g Washington State Col- legeg Whitworth College. Pearl Butler Home Economics Colorado State College, M.A.g Ok- lahoma College for Women, B.S.g Texas State College for Womeng Central S t a t e Teachers College, Cameron Junior College. Crace Campbell English, Head Washington State College, B.A.g University of Oregon: University of Californiag Columbia Univer- sity: University of Washington. s Charles Chandler Social Studies, Head University of Idaho, B.S. in Edu- cationg Colorado State Teachers College, South Idaho College of Education, Washington S t a t e College. Velma Clausen English, Commercial Whitworth College, B.A., Wash- ington State Collegeg E a s t e r n Washington College of Education. Patricia Damon Girls' Adviser Washington State College, B.A., B. Educationg University of California. Daniel Davis English Washburn College, B.A., B.M.g Colorado State College of Educa- tiong University of Kansas. Robert L. Drumheller English, Dramatics Whitman College, B.A., M.A., Uni- versity of Washington, Harvard Universityg University of Alberta. Deloris Ellis Library Elmira College, B.A.g University of Wisconsin, B.L.S. Roy I. Carriker Vocational and Social Counselor Washington State College, B.S., B. Education. ohn 'l'. Chrislenson English University of Minnesota, B.A., Whitworth College, B. Education. Helen L. Cleveland English Washington State College, B.A., M.A. in Education. Alvin B. Danielson Commercial College of Pudget Sound, B.A., B. Education. VVillian1 Dieclrick Physical Education Eastern Washington College ot Education, B.A., B. Education. Gladys L. Dunphy Study Hall University of Washington, B.A., Moorhead State Teachers Collegeg Washington State College, Eastern Washington College of Education. Harry O. Finnegan English, Debate College of Puget Sound, B.A., B. Education, Columbia University, M.A. eleven E. C. Frazier Industrial Arts Highland Park College, B.S.E.E. James O. Griggs Commercial, Head University of Washington, B.A., M.A. Kenneth G. Hagen Industrial Arts North Dakota State Teachers Col- lege, B.A., B. Educationg Washing- ton State College, M.A. Ernest L. Hix Science, Head Washington State College, B.S., M.A. in Education. jean lllsley Home Economics University of Minnesota, B.S. Agnes MCH ugh Home Economics Drexel College, Philadelphia, B.S.g University of Washingtong Uni- versity of Idahog Washington State Collegeg Wisconsin State Teachers College. Howard McNew Social Studies Eastern Washington College o f Education, B.A.g Washington State College, B.A. twelve Bessie Graham Home Economics, Head University of Washington, B.S., M.A.g Columbia University. Guy L. Griswold English North Dakota State Teachers Col- lege, B.A.g University of Montana, M. Educationg University of Minnesota. Ruth Hetherington Physical Education Washington State College, B.S.g Whitworth Collegeg Spokane Jun- ior College. Robert Hoesly Social Studies University of Washington, B.A.g Eastern Washington C 0 11 e g e of Education, University of Idaho. Del Jones Social Studies Washington State College, B.S., University of Southern California. Mary McKenna Journalism, English University of Idaho, B.A., Univer- s i t y o f Californiag Washington State College. Christine McRae English Whitman College, B.A.g Columbia University, University of Wash- ingtong University of Montana. john Malterncr, Jr. English Whitman College, B.A. in Bus- iness Ad., Education., M.A. in Education. Helen I. Maynard Retailing University of Washington, B.A., Eastern Washington C o 1 l e g e of Education, University of Oregon. Christine C. Neuman H ome Economics University of N e b r a s k a , B.S., M.A., Eastern Washington College of Education. john Norby Mathematics University of Idaho, B.S. in Ed., University of California, Gonzaga University. Genevieve Oppen Foreign Languages Willamette University, B.A., Uni- versity of Washington, M.A., Gon- zaga University, University of Oregon. Elsa M. Pinkham Physical Education, Head Sargent College, B.S., H a r v a r d University, University of Califor- nia, University of Washington, Washington State College. Margaret Rawlings English University of Idaho, B.A., Univer- sity of California, University of Southern California. Alfonso A. Manfred Social Studies Gonzaga University, Ph.B., Wash- ington S t a t e College, Southern Methodist University. Kenneth C. Mhyre Art, Head Washington State College, B.F.A. University of Calcutta. Paul H. Neuman Science Washington State College, B.S.E.E.,Universityof Washington. P. H. Nygaard Mathematics, Head University o f Minnesota B. A., M.A., St. Olaf College, Washing- ton State College, Gonzaga University. Mary K. Paulson Commercial University o f Minnesota, B.S., California State Teachers College, University of Idaho, University of Washington, Washington S t a t e College, Gonzaga University. Charles Randall Social Studies Willamette University, B.A., M.A.' Washington State College, LL.B.' University of Denver. XVarren Riopelle Social Studies University of California in Los Angeles, B.A., M.A. in History: Whitworth College. i thirteen john Rodkey Social Studies Whitworth College, B.A., B.Ed. Violet Starkweather Commercial Oberlin College, B.A.g University of California, M.A.g C 0 lu m b i a University, Western Reserve Uni- versity: University of Washington, Certificate of Study, Paris, France. W. Stanley Taft Music Occidental C o l 1 e g e , B.A., M.A.g San Jose State College: Washing- ton State College. Wesley Taylor Safe Driving University of Southern California, B.S., Science of Ed.g University of Oregon, M.A.g University of Wash- ingtong Washington State Collegeg University of Californiag Univer- sity of Illinoisg Columbia Univer- sityg University of Oregon Medical School. Harold Thompson Mathematics Northwestern University, Gonzaga Universityg Eastern Washington College of Education, B.A., B.Ed. Paul E. Tobie Science Whitman College, B.S.g University of Oregon, M.S. W'il1iam M. Whitaker Social Studies, Safe Driving Kansas State College, B.S., M.Ed. fourteen gf ' ,fist I George A. Smith Science C o lg a t e University, B.A., M.A.g College of Puget Sound. Lewis Stevens Attendance Eastern Washington C o l 1 e g e of Education, B.A.g Washington State Collegeg Whitworth Collegeg Gon- zaga University. Frances Theis Foreign Languages University of M o n t a n a , B.A., Washington State College, Uni- versity of California. George Theodorson Industrial Arts, Head Washington State College, B.A. Wlilhemine Timm Science University of Minnesota. Emery C. Watte Social Studies College of Puget Sound, B.A., B.Ed., University of Washington. Ruth Winkley Commercial University of Wisconsin, B.A.3 University of California, M.A.g University of Washington. Marjorie Stoner Secretary gf. i t L I Vera Baylcy Bookroom clerk Patricia Fitzpatrick Attendance clerk All this-and teachers too! Preparing the faculty banquet are the Messrs. Hawes, Baldwin, Hoesly, McNew, and Hagen. fifteen ffjyvff fpMc'M JJEXWJMQKL M, M f,ff',w MM 'iff W MW fy fly., f fy Mi ,iffy 6 MR ,Aj Jj'f,m ff7 ZW ffl Jn My , W1 ffiw U W W ig E f T ' 4 AQ az 5' T fp V r ,LV L AX f'I X THE SOUTH ENTRANCE eighteen THE JA UARY CLASS "l'Vl1eel" Appeal Descending the stairs from a senior A meeting are: Front row: Dor- othy Mele, secretaryg Dorothy Cosby, president: Bill Jobb, treasurer. Second row: Kathleen Bigham, vice president: George Manos, sergeant at arms. Back row: Mr. Malterner, Mr. Manfred, and Mr. Taft, advisers. Dewey Almas Math Baseballg Art Club, Vice Presi- dentg Tamarack Representativeg Winner, 1949 "Painting of Year Contest." Dick Bauman Math Football, M a n a g e rg Tamarack Representativeg Traffic Squadg Grounds Squadg Track, Manager, Ad Staff, News. Kathleen Thelma Bigham Math Senior Class Vice Presidentg Red Featherg Color Guardg Color Girlg Tennis Teamg Swimming Team, Chairmang Trackg B a s k e t b a ll 3 Badmintong Volleyball, Softballg All-Activity Shieldg Senior A Honor Rollg League Honor Roll 6 Timesg Big Cousing News Staff, Girls' Sports Editorg Doll Shopg Operettag Spring Pageantg All- School Playg Senior Class Pla y 3 Central Councilg Quill and Scrollg Library Representative. james Daniel Blodgett Industrial Arts Football: Basketballg Trackg War- riors, Choirg Operettag Dance Com- mitteeg Federation Representative. Floyd Bursch Math Footballg Basketball, Track, News Representative. Gale Daniel Carlson M ath John Robert Cobb Science News Representativeg S p a n i s h Clubg Federation Representative. Robert Neil Austin Math News Staff, Circulation Managerg Tamarack Staff, Senior Editorg Spanish Clubg Library Repre- seiitiativeg S. R. A.g Senior A Honor Ro . Frances Elizabeth Bennett Math Girls' League Treasurerg Color Guard: Red Featherg Color Girl, Historian-Reporterg Tennis Team, Swimming Team, Chairmang Trackg Basketballg Badmintong Volleyball, Softballg All-Activity Shieldg Senior A Honor Rollg League Honor Roll 6 Timesg Big Cousing News Staff, Associate Edi- tor, Girls' Sports Editorg Tama- rack Staff, Faculty Section Editor, Girls, Sports Editorg Doll Shopg Operettag Spring Pageantg All- School Play, Central C ouncilg Amores Librorum, Vice President, Quill and Scroll, Secretaryg Li- brary Representativeg Red Cross Representative. Betty Leona Blackwood Social Studies Graduated in 3164 years. Senior Counselor. Shirley Box H ome Economics Dennis Lee Cantrell Science Basketballg Trackg Warriors. Gilbert Clark Social Studies Federation Representativeg Home Room Presidentg Operetta. Dorothy Cosby Math Senior Class P r e s i d en t 3 1950 Tamarack Co-Editorg Red Feather Chairmang News Staff, Managing Editorg Junior Press Club, Vice Presidentg Student Advisory Com- mitteeg Better North Central Com- mitteeg Central Councilg A. S. C.: Color Girlg Operettag Spring Pag- eantg League Representativeg Vox Puellarurng Latin Clubg Quill and Scrollg Senior A Honor Roll. nineteen Kenneth Duane Cool Social Studies Graduated in 3VZ years. Operettag Grounds Squadg C h o i r 5 Home Room President. Gayle Davis Commercial Art Transferred from Lewis and Clark High School. Art Club. Nancy Dixon Social Studies Red Feather, Sergeant at Armsg Vox Puellarumg News Staffg News Representativeg S p r i n g Pageantg Con Deputyg Locker M o n i t o r g League Honor Roll 2 Timesg Bac- calaureate Committeeg S p r i n g Sportsg Basketball, Volleyball. Walter Eva Math Trackg Basketballg Footballg Base- ballg Federation Representative. Shirley Ann Feeder Science Girls' League Presidentg Football Princess Attendantg A. S. C.g Cen- tral Councilg Conduct Boardg Ath- letic Boardg Hall Guard Commis- sionerg Vox Puellarum, Vice Presi- dentg Math Clubg Latin Clubg Color Girl, Secretary-Treasurerg Red Featherg Home Room Chair- mang L i b r a r y Representativeg L e a g u e Representativeg Floor Chairmang Gym Office Monitorg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantsg Ten- nis Team Managerg Basketball Managerg Badmintong Volleyball. Joanne Frounfelter Home Economics Library Workerg Library Repre- sentativeg Spring P a g e a n t g Big Sister, After-School Sports. Dave Gray Science Library Representativeg Federa- tion Representative. twenty Marilyn Anne Crandell Art Transferred from Seattle. League Honor Rollg Gym Locker Monitorg League Representativeg Chorus. Hazel Marjorie Dean Social Studies Red Featherg Color Girly Library Representativeg News Staff, Ex- change Editor, Ad Staff: Latin Clubg Tamarack, Senior Editor, Ad Staffg Spring Pageantg Hall Proc- torg Big Cousing Senior Counselorg League Honor Rollg Spring Sportsg Basketballg All-Activity Shield. Leona Mae Edgerton Home Economics League Representativeg Big Sisterg Badminton, Basketballg Volleyballg T u m bl i n g 5 Hall Proctorg Roll Checker. Norma Lillian Fairfax Commercial Graduated in 316 years. Red Cross Representativeg News Representa- tiveg Color Girl, H o m e R o o m Chairman, Library Representativeg Hall Proctor, Big Sisterg Tamarack Staff, Faculty Editor, Roll Check- erg Bookroom Helperg L e a g u e Honor Roll 7 Timesg S enior A Honor Roll. Robert Joseph Firor Industrial Arts Footballg Basketballg Baseballg Con Deputyg Hall Proctor. Mary Jane Grady Social Studies Color Girlg League Representativeg Gym Monitorg Library R e p r e - sentativeg After-School S p o r t s g All-Activity Shieldg Roll Checker. Dorothy Ann Haight Math Color Girlg Red Featherg A. S. C.g Central Councilg Co-Head Gym Departmentg Athletic Boardg Ten- nis Teamg Gym Office Monitorg Library Representativeg Tamarack Representativeg News Staffg Tama- rack, Ad Staffg Vox Puellarum, Reporterg Quill and Scrollg Doll Shop, Leadg Spring Pageantg After- School Sportsg Student R e p r e - sentative Assembly. Roberta Ann Hanks Commercial Graduated in 356 years. Locker Monitor, Big Sister, Home Room Ro1lChecker, Latin Club, Secretary. Donald Hesselman Commercial News Staff, Business Manager, Tamarack Staff, Business M a n - ager, Senior Editor, Q u i 11 and Scroll, Senior A Honor Roll. Joyce Lee Hoffman Commercial Transferred from Sprague, Wash. Graduated in 31,5 years. Audrey Ann Hunt Art Graduated in 395 years. Math Club, Spanish Club, Girls' Swim- ming Team, League Honor Roll, Senior A Honor Roll, Big Sister. Loretta Jean Jones Home Economics Girls' League Honor Roll. Loel Ann Kuhrt Social Studies Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Graduated in 315 y e a r s . News Representative, Latin Club, Westernaires, After-School Sports 3 Choir. Russell John Lackey Math Intramural Basketball, Wrestling, Grounds Squad. Richard Hawley Math Shirley Ann Hinkle Commercial Girls' League Secretary, Student Representative Assembly, Secre- tary, Vox Puellarum, Sergeant at Arms, Red Feather, Color Girl, Doll Shop, Dance Lead, Operetta, Spring Pageant, Quill and Scroll, Junior Press Club, News Staff, Advertising Manager, Assistant News Editor, Tamarack Staff, Senior Editor, Assistant Advertis- ing Manager, League Representa- tive, Girls' League Floor Chair- man, Red Cross Representative. Victor Mlallace Hudson Industrial Arts Hall Guard, Boys' Glee Club. Wvilliam jobb Math Senior Class Treasurer, Track, Football, Basketball, Federation Council, A. S. C. Evelyn Jeanne King Commercial Color Girl, Red Feather, Secre- tary, Spring Pageant, News Rep- resentative, Central C o u n c i 1 , Spanish Club, Big Cousin, League Honor Roll 5 Times, Lib r a ry Monitor, After-School Sports, A11- Activity Shield, Two Bars. Ray Fredrick Lackey Science News Representative, Intramural Basketball, Wrestling, G r o u n d s Squad, Tratfic Squad. Donald H. Lane I ndustrial Arts Federation Representative, Ten- nis Team, Basketball. twenty-one Robert M. Lewis Social Studies Concert Bandg Junior Bandg Pep Bandg Latin Club. Robert Donald Lockhart Industrial Arts Melvin Lunde I ndrstricl Arts Track. Alan A. McReynolds Math Pep Bandg Concert Bandg Trackg Intramural Basketballg Wrestlingg Grounds Squad. George M. Manos Industrial Arts Football, Captaing B a s e b all Q Trackg Warriorsg Boys' Federation Representativeg C o n D e p u t y 3 Sports for Allg Senior Class Ser- geant at Arms. Fred Mitchell Math Footballg Federation C o u n c i l g A. S. C. Doris Astrid Nelson Math Red Cross Representativeg Color Girlg Spring Pageantg Operettag Doll Shopg League Representativeg A.S.C.g Central Councilg Tennis Teamg Red Feather, Historian- Reporterg Tamarack Staffg News Staffg Quill and Scrollg Com- mencement Committeeg Con Deputyg League Honor Roll 6 Timesg Senior A Honor Rollg Big Cousin. twenty-two Mary Ann Loan Commercial A11-Activity Shieldg Red Featherg Spring Pageantg Library Repre- sentativeg Basketballg Volleyballg Badmintong Tennis. Mary Irma Luchini Home Economics Gym Monitorg Big Sisterg Hall Guardg Baseballg Basketballg Bad- mintong Volleyballg Tumblmgg Ass sistant Library Representative. Paul T. Lydig Industrial Arts Norma Jean McVay Commercial Transferred from Port land, Oregon. Graduated in 31!2 Years. League Representativeg A. S. C.g Central Councilg Library Workerg Locker Monitor. Dorothy Jean Mele Science Football Princessg Girls' League Vice Presidentg Senior Class Sec- retaryg Choir, Vice Presidentg Vox Puellarum, Presidentg Thespians, Presidentg Spanish Clubg Amores Librorumg Quill and Scrollg Op- eretta, Leadg Doll Shop, Leadg Spring Pageantg All-School Play, Leadg News Staffg Melody Capersg A. S. C.g Central Councilg Student Representative Assemblyg Color Girlg Red Feather. Richard Eugene Morphy Industrial Arts News Representativeg Hall Guard. Dorine Evelyn Paul Social Studies Girls' League Office Monitorg Slip Collectorg Art Clubg Library Rep- resentativeg League Honor Roll 3 Times. Donald Webster Perry Math Football: Basketballg B a s e b a ll 3 Home Room Presidentg Student Representative Assembly. Dolores Elleen Piper Home Economics Red Cross Representative. Richard Erwin Richardson Math Stage Crewg News Representative. Barbara jean Seiser Math Graduated in 315 years. A.S.C.g Vox Puellarum, Secretaryg Com- mercial Club, President, Football Princess Attendantg Home Room Co-Chairman, Red Featherg Color Girlg Basketballg Library Repre- sentativeg Doll Shopg Math Clubg Volleyball, League Honor Roll 7 Timesg All-Activity Shieldg Spring Sportsg Roll Checker, Gym Moni- torg Big Cousing Spring Pageant. Marcia Louise Sipes Commercial Graduated in 315 years. Transfer- red from Edmonds, Washington. Spanish Clubg Hall Guardg Big Sister. Beverly Steagall Home Economics L e a u e Re resentative' R o ll S P , Checkerg Locker Monitorg Library Representative. Howard C. Strick Social Studies Footballg Trackg Baseball, M a n - agerg Boys' Federation R e p r e - sentativeg A. S. C.g Warriorsg News Representative. Jo Anne Pike Home Economics Mary Ann Reilly Home Economics Graduated in 31!2 years. Color Girlg Red Featherg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg League Honor Roll. Dolores Mae Scollard Art Library Representativeg O f f i c .J Workerg Pageantg Hall Guard. Marilyn Alene Shields Social Studies Color Girl, Chairmang Red Feath- erg A. S. C.g Central Council, Co- Head of Gym Departmentg Spanish Club, Quill and Scrollg News Staff g Tamarack Staff, Spring Pageantg Doll Shopg Badminton Managerg Basketballg Tennisg Con Deputy, Home Room Vice Presidentg League Honor Roll. Robert Somers Industrial Arts Basketballg Baseballg Operettag Tepee Lighterg Choirg Home Room Officer, Melody Capers. WVilliam Alonzo Stewart Math Graduated in 3M years. S p 0 r t s Editor, News Staffg Home Room President, Secretaryg Federation Representativeg Hall Guard. Joanne Marie Stromme Home Economics Tamarack Representativeg Library Representative: Ice Skating. twenty-three Norma Ellen Tefft Home Economics Red Featherg Hall Proctorg League Representativeg League H o n o r Rollg Big Cousing D o ll S h o p 5 Spring Pageantsg News Repre- sentativeg All-Activity S h i e 1 d g Home Room Secretaryg S e n i o r Counselorg Roll Checker. Dona Jean Tice Social Studies Transferred from V a 1 l e y f o r d , Washington. Big Cousing League Representativeg Library R e p r e - scentativeg Tamarack Representa- ive. T. John Tollefsen Manual Arts Band. Norris Vevea Math Hall Guard. Earl Wash Industrial Arts Maryellen Wilson Social Studies Transferred from Rogers. Tama- rack Staff, Advertising Manager, Senior Editorg News Ad Staffg Red Featherg Color Girly Con Deputyg Hall Guardg League Rep- resentativeg Big Cousing League Office Monitorg Rest Room Moni- torg Girls' League Honor Roll 4 Times. Donald Albert Wold Commercial Spanish Club, Treasurerg A. S.C.g Red Cross Representative. twenty-four Kenneth Thompson Math Intramural Softballg Basketball. Peggy Anne Till Home Economics Library Representativeg L e a g u e Representativeg Operettag D o 1 1 Shopg Melody Capersg Hall Guard. Murlin Vamer Math Math Club, Presidentg Grounds Squad, Commissionerg Boys' Fed- eration Representativeg Conduct Board. Catherine Caroline Wagner Math Red Featherg Color Girlg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantsg Vox Puel- larumg Math Clubg News Repre- sentativeg Red Cross Representa- tiveg All-activity Shieldg League Honor Roll 5 Timesg Library Rep- resentativeg Big Sisterg Con Deputy. Delores Minnie Watt Science Graduated in 31!2 years. Transfer- red from Klamath Falls, Oregon. Red Featherg Commercial Clubg Big Cousin. Gene Wingard Math Trackg Boys' Federation Repre- sentative: Home Room Secretary. Wanda Jean Wubbens Social Studies Transferred from Coeur d'A1ene, Idaho. Graduated in 315 years. Home Room President, Secretaryg Color Girly Baseballg Volleyball. Barbara Ellen Wright Commercial Library Workerg F. H. A. Ralph Young Industrial Arts Robert Ytreeide Industrial Arts Footballg Baseballg Trackg Basket- ballg Traffic Squadg W a r rio r s Q Home Room Vice Presidentg Fire Squad. January Graduates Not Pictured Roy Card Dale Hundeby Gerald Ross Robert Groom Harold Langland William Shawley Ronald Leinan THE CLASS ll0NOR BOLL To qualify for the Scholastic Honor Roll, a senior A must have a grade average of B or better and have made at least 16 credits in a Spokane high school with no semester grade below D. The following seniors, in order of their averages, have met these qualifications: Frances Bennett Dorothy Cosby Dorothy Haight Barbara Wright Audrey Hunt Shirley Feeder Doris Nelson XfVi11iam Stewart Don Hesselman Dorothy Mele Erwin Richardson Kenneth Thompson Donald Perry Norma Fairfax Donald VV old Neil Austin Kathleen Bigham David Gray Robert Firor Marilyn Shields Hazel Dean twenty-five twenty-six THE JU E GRAD ATE "Ruling Rods" June class officers were,front row, left to right: Dick Wrenn, president: Ray Edwards, vice president: Miss Patricia Damon, adviser. Second row: Shirley Farrell, secretaryg Joyce Lee, treasurer. Third row: Dick Edwards, sergeant at arms. Evelyn Chandler Abbott Home Economics Graduated in 31!2 Years. Library Representativeg Exit Door Monitorg Art Library Monitorg Library Worker. Erma Jean Alexander Home Economics Color Girlg Red Featherg Home Room Chairmang League Honor Roll 7 Timesg Doll Shopg Spring P a g e a n tg All-Activity Shieldg League Office Monitorg News Rep- resentativeg Library Representa- tiveg Library Worker. Edwin Anderson Social Studies Arnold Boyd Arnot Science Transferred from T r o y , I d a h o . Grounds Squad. Barbara Barrett Commercial Graduated in 3 Years. Home Room Presidentg Choirg Operettag Melody Capers, Library Worker, League Honor Rollg After School Sports. Donald Mike Barth Math Trackg Cross Countryg Warriors, Treasurer, Sergeant at Arms. David Baxter Industrial Arts Margarette Ableman History Transferred from Stanfield, Ore- gon. Merlyn Leslie Anderberg Math Bandg Pep Band, Leaderg News Staff, Associate Editor, Managing Editorg Tamarack Staffg J u n i o r Press Club, Vice-Presidentg Quill and Scroll, Math Clubg Latin Clubg Amores L i b r o r u m , Presidentg Baseballg Tennisg Basketball, Man- a g e r g Federation Representativeg Better North Central Committee. Gordon Anderson Math Golf Teamg Choir, Radio Choirg Melody Capersg Operetta. Donald L. Atkinson Math Transferred from Gonzaga. Claricc Joan Barth Foreign Languages Red Featherg Golf, Captaing Ice Skating, Chairmang Spring Pag- eantg Doll Shopg Latin Clubg Big CousingA1l-Activity Shieldg League Representativeg L i b r a r y Workerg Badminton. Bernadean Mae Bartleson Home Economics ' Red Featherg Basketballg Softballg Volleyball g Trackg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg O p e r e t t a 3 Red Cross Representativeg Home Room Secretaryg Big Cousing Commercial Clubg League Honor Roll 4 Timesg Library Representative, Con Depu- tyg Hall P r o c t 0 r 3 All-Activity Shield. Richard Louis Becker Math Footballg Trackg Baseballg Federa- tion Councilg Sports-for-All Foot- ball, Wrestling. twenty-seven Carol Lee Benner Social Studies Doll Shopg Color Girly A11-Activtiy Shield, 1 Barg Art Clubg Trackg Latin Clubg Softballg Volleyballg Basketball. Ken Benshoof Science Federation, President, Vice Presi- dentg Basketballg Baseballg Foot- ballg News Staff, Sports Editorg Warriors, Secretaryg A t h l e t i c Board, Secretaryg Band. jean Ellen Berglund Social Studies Transferred from Tacoma. Library Workerg Westernalres, Treasurer. Harriet jean Blair Social Studies All-Activity Shieldg Basketballg Volleyballg Badmintong T r a c kg Library Workerg Latin Club, Sec- retaryg Tamarack Representativeg Big Cousin. Larry Eugene Bockstruck Math Traffic Squadg Westernaires, Vice Presidentg Hall Proctorg Hom e Room Secretary. Shirley Ann Boutwell Art Art Clubg Red Featherg Color Girlg Operettag Melody Capersg Spring Pageantg All-Activity Shieldg Big Cousin. Don Bredesen Science Spanish Clubg Library Representa- tiveg Sports-for-All Representa- tiveg Basketballg Softballg Base- ballg Trackg Cross Country. twenty-eight Valma Lucille Bennett Math News S t a f f, Associate Editorg Tamarack Staffg Quill and Scrollg League Honor Ro116 Timesg Library Workerg Red Cross Rep- resentativeg Big Cousin. Curtis D. Bentley Math Footballg Basketballg Baseballg Federation Representative. Barbara Mae Birnel Art Transferred from Seattle. Gary Blomgren Social Studies Graduated in 31!2 Years. james M. De Wolfe Bohanon History Graduated in 3112 Years. Doll Shopg Operettasg Melody Capersg News Igfrptresentativeg Choirg Boys' Glee u . Bennie Lucille Bowcutt Commercial Clayton Robert Brooks Math Velda Jean Brooks Commercial Central Council, Red Cross Repre- sentative, Locker Monitor, League Representative, League O f f i c e Monitor. Marianne Brown Commercial Transferred from San Fransico. Latin Club. Richard W. Brumfield Science Transferred from Hermiston, Ore. Rifle Club. Gwennyn Thomas Burch jr. Math M a t h C l u bg Amores Librorum, Vice President, Band, S o 1 0 i s tg Bandmaster, Clarinet Quartet, Pep Band, Doll Shop Orchestra, Lib- rary Representative, S e n io r A Honor Roll. Alvin D. Byrne Math Senior A Honor Roll, Amores Lib- rorum, Secretary, M a t h C lu bg Quill and Scroll, President, News Staff, Sports Editor, Home Room Treasurer, P r e s i d e n tg Tennis, Tamarack Staff, Library Repre- sentative. Barbara Elizabeth Carr M ath. League President, Student Repre- sentative Assembly, Color Girl, Sergeant at Arms, Red Feather, Latin Club, Secretary, Quill and Scroll, Vice President, News Staff, Associate Editor, Junior Press Club, Vox Puellarum, Doll Shop, Spring Pageant, Amores Librorum, After School Sports, Con Deputy, Red Cross Representative, Senior A Honor Roll. Kathleen Malinda Champlin Art Art Club, Sergeant at Arms, Doll Shops, Spring P a g e a n t s, Red F e a t h e rg League Honor Roll 4 Times, S t u d e n t Representative Assembly, Big C o u s i n, R o ll Checker. Jenette L. Brown Music Transferred from S i lv e r d a l e, Wash. Thespians, Choir, Golf, Ice Skating, Operetta, Doll Shop. Adren Ray Browning Science Transferred from Libby, Mont. Grounds Squad, Traffic S q u a d , Latin Club, Westernairs. Barbara Allene Bulloch Commercial Doll Shop, Roll Checker, Swim- ming. Beverly M. Bynon Social Studies Transferred from Portland. Home Room Treasurer. joyce Eileen Byrne Mum Tennis Team, Captain, Red Feath- er, Color Girl, Doll Shop, Lead, Spring Pageant, Amores Librorum, Secretary, Math Club, Secretary, All-Activity Shield, l Bar, Library Worker, Student Representative Assembly, Assistant Sergeant at Arms, League Honor Roll 7 Times, Big Sister, Tamarack Representa- tive, After-School Sports, Tama- rack Staff, Senior A Honor Roll, Conduct Board, Hall Proctor Commisioner. Doris Casteel Home Economics Roll Checker. William Ray Chandler Science Red Cross Representative. twenty-'nine Charles Howard Chandler Science Basketball, Football, Band, Home Room P r e s i d e nt , Federation Representative. Joanne Clark Home Economics Milo M. Clark Industrial Arts Football, Cross-Country, Sports- for-All Representative, Sports-for- All Swimming, Wrestling, Basket- ball, Boxing, Softball, Volleyball. Joan Ruth Kay Cochran Foreign Languages Color Guard, Vox Puellarum President, Hall Guard Commis- sioner, Conduct Board, L e a g u e Quartet, Red Feather, Color Girl, Tennis, After School Sports, All- Activity Shield, 2 Bars, Operettas, Doll Shop, Lead, Spring Pageants, Melody Capers, Tepee Lighters, League Representative, News Rep- resentative, Tamarack Representa- tive, R e d C r o s s Representative, Spanish Club, Latin Club. Roselie Ann Collins Commercial Red Feather, Color Girl, Student Representative Assembly, Spring Pageants, League Honor Roll 4 Times, All-Activity Shield, News Representative, Track, Volleyball, Big Cousin, Library Representa- tive. Patricia Ann Cook Commercial Big Cousin, Hall Guard, Tamarack Representative, Volleyball, B a s - ketball, Library Worker. Charles Edward Crow Math Band, Student Representative As- sembly Alternate. thirty Violet Christman Art Art Club, Doll Shop. George Clark Social Studies Transferred from Cheney, Wash. Boxing, Baseball. ,ft Wir' " Thomas L. Clutter Social Studies Student Representative Assembly Alternate, Band, Drum M aj or, Tamarack, Boys' Chorus, Orches- tra, Sergeant at Arms, Special Band, News Representative, Ten- nis. Elizabeth Joan Coe Commercial Transferred from T a c o m a . Red Cross Representative, L i b r a r y Worker, News Staff, News Editor, Tamarack Staff, Associate Editor, Vox Puellarum, Secretary, Spanish Club, President, Commercial Club, Treasurer, Quill and Scroll, Secre- tary, League Honor Roll 4 Times: Big Cousin. Leta Cook Art Art Club, Vox Puellarum, F. H. A. All-Activity Shield, 2 Bars, After School Sports: Swimming, Assist- ant Chairman, Doll Shop, Spring Pageants, Operettas, League Hon- or Roll 7 Times, League Rep- resentative, Red Cross Representa- tive, Student Representative As- sembly, Color Unit, Con Seating, Con Scheduling Committees, Red Feather, Color Girl, Locker Moni- tor, Restroom Monitor, Walk Slip Chairman, Roll Checker, Big Cous- in. Diane Louise Crow Science Thespians, Secretary, Vice Presi- dent, Red Feather, Sergeant at Arms, Color Girl, Health Repre- sentative, League Representative, News Representative, Hall Guard, T a m a r a c k Representative, Doll Shop, Operettas, All School play, League Honor Roll 4 Times. Joyce Sidney Culkin Social Studies Graduated in 31f2 Years . Gym Monitor, Spring Pageant, Assistant Library Monitor. Darrell Lomon Day History Transferred from Portland. Laura Mae Daub Commercial Graduating from Summer School. Tom L. Deno Science Transferred from Gonzaga. Base- ball, Traffic Squad, Tamarack, News Advertising Staffg Sports- for-Allg Federation Representative, Federation Council. Thelma Doggett Commercial Math Club, Vice President, News Representativeg Color Girl, Red Feather, Social Service Committee, Chairmang Big Cousin, Advisory Committeeg Commercial C lu bg Home Room Presidentg Hall Moni- tor, Locker Monitor, Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg League Honor Roll 8 Times, All-Activity Shield, 1 bar. Patricia Dunlap Home Economics League Honor Roll 8 Times, Red Cross Representative, Home Room Presidentg Student Representative Assembly, Spring Pageant, After- school Sportsg Tamarack Repre- sentativeg Nurse's Assistantg Color Girlg Hall Guard, Red Feather, Roll Checker. John Albert Edwards Social Studies Transferred from West Valley. Football: Basketballg B a s e b a l lg Trackg Federation Treasurer, Head of New Boys Stagg Tamarack Rep- resentative. r -. , lf Don Eilmes W 'lbw Mann if ' 'lbw E Cross-countryg Trackg Federation Representative, Home Room Presi- dentg Footballg Sports-for-All. Gerald D. Davis Science Westernairesg Band, Secretaryg Or- chestrag News Representativeg Pep Band. Donald E. Defeyter Math Spanish Clubg Federation Repre- sentativeg Basketball, Baseballg Home Room Representative. Lois Jacqueline Desarro Math Color Girlg Red FeathergVox Puel- larumg Spanish Clubg Student Rep- resentative Assembly, L i b r a r y Representativeg Volleyballg Bad- mintong Spring P a g e a nt g Big Cousing Hi-Nite Council. Joanie Dunham Commercial Red Featherg Color Girl: Commer- cial Club, Secretary: Vox Puel- larum, Historiang B i g C ou s i ng Home Room Chairmang Red Cross Representativeg Doll Shopg Spring Pageant, Hall Guardg After-school Sportsg League Office Monitorg Spanish Club, Roll Checker, Bet- ter North C entral Committeeg League Honor Roll 6 times, All- Activity Shield. Richard Walter Edwards Math Transferred from West Valley. Senior Class Sergeant at Arms, Basketball, Frosh B aseballg P. T. A., Representative, Warriors. Ray Edwards Math Senior Class Vice Presidentg Fed- eration Representative, H o m e Room President, Band. Barbara Lee Elmslie Foreign Languages Vox Puellarum, Treasurerg Span- ish Club, Vice Presidentg Amores Librorumg Math Clubg Red Feath- er, Color Girlg Spring Pageantg Doll Shop, Tennis 3 Volleyball, Badmintong Roll Checkerg Big Cousin, League Honor Roll 4 Times. thirty-one Sarajenniel A. M. Emerson Commercial Graduated in 3 Years. Red Feath- erg Vox Puellarumg Math Clubg Commercial Clubg Latin Clubg Westernairesg League Honor Roll 6 timesg Scholastic Honor Rollg Basketball, Volleyballg Badmintong Tennis Baseballg T r a c kg Spring Pageantg Doll Shopg Library Rep- resentativeg All-Activity Shield, 1 barg Library Worker. Donald D. Ernst Math Band, Head Librariang Pep Bandg D o 1 1 S h o p Orchestrag Grounds Squadg Traffic Squad, Math Club, Sergeant at Armsg Chess Clubg De- bate. ' , Q ly , l 0 Donna Kay Evans Music League Quartetg Doll Shopg Oper- ettag Melody Capersg Golfg After School Sportsg T e p e e Lightersg L e a g u e Representativeg Three Fivesg Choirg Hall Guard. Beverly Ann Fanning Art Art Club, Secretaryg Choir, Serg- eant at Armsg Library Workerg Tepee Lighters, Secretaryg Red Featherg O p e r e t t ag Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg Melody Capersg League Honor Rollg Big Cousing Gym Monitorg Volleyballg Scho- lastic Honor Rollg League Quartet. Barbara F erree Music Transferred from Vancouver. Vox Puellarum, Vice Presidentg Choirg League QuartetgRed Featherg Orchestrag Doll Shopg Operettag Spring Pageantg Scholastic Honor Rollg League Honor Rollg Debateg Home Room Presidentg League Office Secretaryg After S c h 0 o l Swimming. Edward Fiskness Art Federation Secretaryg Baseballg Warriorsg Federation Representa- t i v eg Sports-for-All, Chairmang Red Cross Representativeg Home Room President, Secretaryg Tama- rack Representative. Richard O. Ford Science Home Room President, Vice Presi- dentg Grounds Squadg Red Cross Representativeg O p e r e t t ag Doll Shopg Choirg F o o t b a l lg Trackg Radio Choirg Basketballg Baseballg Federation Representative. thirty-two Shirley Mae Enderson Commercial Cheerleaderg Color Girlg Vox Puel- larumg League Honor Roll 6 Timesg Big Cousing Doll Shopg S p r i n g Pageantsg Home Room Chairmang Red C r 0 s s Representativeg Roll Checkerg After School Sportsg All- Activity Shield. Dave Eske Manual Arts Ruth Ewell Social Studies Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Red Cross Representativeg Library Worker. Shirley Mae Farrell Foreign Languages Red Feather, Chairman, Color Girlg Secretary of Senior Classg Amores Librorumg Jr. Red Cross Representative, N.C. Presidentg City and County Jr. Red Cross C o u n c i l, Presidentg Tamarack Representativeg Doll Shopsg Oper- ettag Spring Pageantg All-School Playg Roll Checkerg After School Sportsg League Honor Rollg Scho- lastic Honor Rollg Big Sister. Charles Andrew Feske Social Studies Federation Councilg B a s e b a 1 lg Cross-countryg F o o t b a l lg News Representativeg L i b r a r y Repre- sentative. William Harold Flinn Science Footballg Baseballg Trackg Basket- ballg W a r r i 0 r sg Traffic Squad, Commissionerg Conduct Board. Stanley F ramstad Math Footballg Warriorsg Baseballg Math Clubg Stage Crewg Traffic Squadg Student Representative Assemblyg Sports-for-All, Tumbling, Boxing. Virginia M. French Commercial Carl Edward F unseth Math Golf, Captain, Athletic Board, Warriors, Vice President, Spring Pageant. James Curtis Gaines Science Federation Representative, Li- brary Representative, L i b r a r y Worker, Band, Orchestra, Tennis, Math Club, Tumbling. Charles Henry Gerlach Industrial Arts Federation Council, Financial Sec- retary, Football, Baseball, Basket- ball, Warriors, Stage Crew. Geraldine Mauvis Gilbert Commercial Transferred from Cheney, Wash. Library Worker. Donna Sunshine Gilmore Science Vice President of League, News Staff, Managing Editor, Editorial Page Editor, News Editor, Tama- rack, Associate Editor, Junior Press Club, Secretary, Color Girl, Red Feather, Con Commissioner, Conduct Board, Spring Pageant, Operetta Prop M an a ger, Doll Shop Cue Mistress, Quill and Scroll, All-Activity Shield, After- school Sports, Advisory Council, L e a g u e Representative, Home Room Co-chairman, Student Fin- ance Committee, Central Council, League Honor Roll 5 Times, Senior A Honor Roll. Bob Goodwin Social Studies Football, Golf, Basketball. Gerald Mack Fry Math Latin Club, Math Club, Secretary, A m o r e s Librorum, Treasurer, Band, Clarinet Quartet, Pep Band, Senior A Honor Roll, T r a f f i c squad, Debate Team, All-school Play, Federation Committee Head, Head Student Usher, Federation Representative, News Staff, Asso- ciate Editor, Tamarack Ad Staff, Student Advisory Council, Band Uniform Manager, D o ll S h o p Orchestra, Junior Press Club. Donald E. Gaby Science Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Traffic Squad, Comanche Guards, Hall Guard, Track, Sports-for-All, Football, Basketball. Barbara Jean Garside Art League Honor Roll 3 Times, Color Girl, Art Club, F.H.A., Central Council, Spring Pageant, Library Monitor, Candy Counter Worker, Track, Volleyball, Basketball, All- Activity Shield, Roll Checker, Ice Skating, League Representative, Library Representative, Big Cou- sin. Arlene Yvonne Gilbert Commercial Spring Pageant, Big Sister, League Honor Roll, Library Worker, Hall Guard, After-school Sports. Jim Gillogly Industrial Arts Baseball, Federation C o u n ci 1, Warriors. Loretta Ann Gleason Commercial Color irl H ' iv P elar merclal r m s C o n minto tball Tamarack Rep resen iv A.S C. Dance Com mittee, News Representative, Red Feather, Volleyball, Doll Shop, Spring Pageant, Basketball. 9 re , Ma l , e a- t' , , er n , D pu ' ll ard, Tennis, Bad- jerry K. Goudge Math Operetta, Library Representative. thirty-three Donna Graham Commercial Richard Guy Math Latin Club, President, Vice Presi- dent, Tamarack Associate Editor, Federation Representative. Helen Clarice Holly Home Economics Doll Shop, Operetta, M akeu p, League Representative, League Honor Roll, Hall Guard, Big Sis- ter. Peggy Hamilton H ome Economics Red Cross Representative, Nurse's Assistant, Book Room Worker, Big Cousin, After-school Sports. June Joanne Hartnett Commercial Color Girl, League Representative, L i b r a r y Representative, Latin Club, Hall Guard, Commercial Club, Vox Puellarum, Red Feath- er, News Representative, Slip Col- lector, Spring Pageant, Doll Shop, Softball, Basketball. JB Lon Hefferlin Art Tamarack, Co-Editor, Federation Executive Council, Con Deputy, Art Club, Secretary, President, Thespians, Treasurer, Historian- Reporter, President, Amores Lib- rorum, Senior A Honor Roll, Stu- dent Representative A s s e m b l y, Chairman, Constitutional Commit- tee, All-school Play, D011 Shop, Senior Class Play. Joan Margaret Henle Fine Arts Home Room President, Art Club Officer, Spanish Club, L e a g u e Representative, Hall Guard, Doll Shop, Spring Pageant, Con D e p u t y, R o 11 Checker, Locker Monitor, N e w s Representative, Basketball, Volleyball, Red Feath- er. thirty-four Gloria Grant Home Economics Tennis, Doll Shop, Spring Pag- eant, Volleyball, Roll Checker, Assistant Library Representative, Big Cousin, Badminton. Inez Jean Hahn Home Economics Reubilee Hansen Home Economics Red Cross Representative, Roll Checker. Derl Robert Harter Math H o m e R o o m Representative, Sports-for-All, Softball, Basket- ball. Warren R. Heber Industrial Arts Football, Baseball, Track, War- riors, Federation Representative, Sports-for-All, Wrestling, Tumb- ling, Spring Pageant, Stage Crew. Lawrence A. Held, Jr. Science T r a c k, Cross-country, Skating, Tamarck Representative, H o m e Room Committee, Melody Capers. Jaqueline Henning Science Graduating in 31!2 Years. R011 Checker, Hall Guard, Latin Club. Don Hergert Fine Arts Transferred from Pullman. Sports- for-All Basketball, Art Club, Vice President. Marian Joan Heuston Commercial Hostessg Library Monitor, Com- mercial Club. Donna Hillman Home Economics Hall Guard: Golf, League Honor Roll: Big Cousin. Ervin D. Hochstatter Commercial Transferred from Coeur d'Alene. Cross-country. Earl Lee Hoover Science Home Room President, Spanish C 1 u bg Cross-countryg T r a c kg Sports-for-All. Marilyn Alice Hunter Home Economics Choir, Radio Choirg Three Fives, League Quartet, Spring Pageantg Doll Shopg O p e r e t t ag Melody Capersg Big Cousing Locker Moni- torg Hall Guard. Shirley Joy Hurlbut Commercial Transferred from Rock Springs, Wyo. News Representative, Home Room Secretary. Dorene Faye Herrington Commercial A.S.C.g Central Councilg Red Featherg Color Girlg After-School Sportsg F. H. A., Vice President, Treasurerg Spanish Club, Spring Pageantg Doll Shopg League Honor Roll 6 Times, All-Activity Shield, League Representativeg News Rep- resentativeg Big Cousin. Ardirh L. Hiller Home Economics Jean Hoagland Math Cheerleaderg A11-School Play, lead, Thespians, Historian-R e p o r t e r , Vice President, Presidentg Oper- etta, Property Managerg Doll Shop, Speaking Lead, Spring Pageantg News Staffg Debateg Math Clubg Big Cousing After-School Sportsg All-Activity Shield, Chairman of Pinks Heaven, League Representa- tiveg Library Representative, Gym Monitor. john L. Holmberg Math Trackg Cross-countryg Frosh Base- ballg Warriors, Secretary: Sports- for-All, Basketball. Harold Hopkins Retailing Ronald William Hunz Manual Arts Comanche Guardg Federation Rep- resentativeg D011 Shop: Western- airesg Home Room Treasurer. Ronald George Israel Math Baseballg Footballg Trackg Math Club, President, Doll Shopg Stu- dent Representative Assembly, Assistant Sergeant at Armsg Traf- fic Squad, Lieutenantg News Rep- resentativeg Federation, Head of World Affairs Committeeg Federa- tion Quartetg P.T.A. Representa- tive, Grounds Squ ad Commis- sioner. thirty-five Neil Iverson Math Band. Marianne Jaynes Home Economics Edward B. johnson Science Swimmingg Basketball, Trackg B Squad Football. LeAnn Illeen Johnson Commercial Red Featherg Color Girlg Spring Pageantg League Representative, Senior A Reception Committeeg Home Room Secretaryg Locker Monitor. Rena Lee Karlson Commercial Transferred from Rosalia, Wash. Doll Shopg Home Room Chairmang League Honor Roll Committeeg Locker Monitor, Library Repre- sentativeg Rest Room Monitorg Big C 0 u s i ng G y m Office Monitorg League Honor Roll 3 Times, League Office Monitor. Donna Marlene Kellom Science League Representative. Geraldine Lois Kippen Commercial Home Room President, Vice Presi- dentg League Representativeg Floor Chairmang Library Representativeg After-school Basketball, Baseball, Volleyball, Badrnintong T e n n i s Team, Managerg Dance Committeeg Commercial Club, S e c r e t a r yg A. S. C.g Central Council, Color Girlg Red Featherg Vox Puellarumg Doll Shops, Spring Pageantsg Gym Office Monitorg Locker Monitorg Roll Checkerg All-Activity Shield, 3 Barsg Lea gu e Honor Roll 6 Timesg Operetta Manager. thirty-six Lois Jacoy Commercial Commercial Clubg Hall Guardg Central Council, News Represen- tativeg Home Room Secretaryg Tennis Teamg Math Clubg Oper- ettasg Doll Shopg Color Girlg A. S. C. Dance Committeeg Volley- ballg Badmintong Con Deputy, Softballg Gym Monitor, Locker Monitor Basketballg Ice Skatingg League Office Monitor. Delores R. Jensen Commercial Commercial Clubg Spring Pageantg Big Cousing Roll Checkerg Hall Guard. Keith A. Johnson Math Frosh Basketballg Tamarack Rep- presentative. Robert Lee Kanitz Math Sports-for-All Basketballg News Representative. Marilu Evalyn Karlye Commercial Transferred from Detroit, Mich. Library Representativeg Big Cou- sing Roll Checkerg Office Messen- ger. Marilyn Mae Kennedy Commercial Graduated in 31,2 years. Doll Shopg Slip Collectorg Rest Room Monitorg Big Cousin. Lawrence Sheldon Kiser Social Studies Band, Business M a n a g e rg Pep Bandg Doll Shopg Orchestrag Head Student Usherg Federation Repre- sentativeg Committee Head, Clerkg Math Clubg Scholastic Honor Rollg Traffic Squadg Library Represen- tativeg Home Room Secretaryg Conduct Board, President. Ernie Knowles Art Transferred from San Diego, Cali- fornia. Senior Play, Operetta, Art Club, Spring Pageant, Thespians, Historian-Reporter, Choir, All- School Play, Doll Shop, Merry- Go-Round Half-Time Stunts. Charles L. Kroetch Industrial Arts L i b r a r y Representative, News Representative. Allan S. Lambdin Industrial Arts Federation Representative, Pep Band, Band. Sally Jo Langdon Math Central Council, Color Girl, Red Feather, League Honor Roll 6 Times, League Representative, Big Cousin, Doll Shop, Spring Pageant, Operetta, Math Club, Thespian, Secretary, Volleyball, Basketball, Softball, All-Activity S h i e l d , Home Room President, Con Deputy, Debate, Class Plays. Dick Lathrop Music Federation Representative, Band, Orchestra, Student Representative Assembly. Joyce Lee Science Senior Class Secretary, Student Representative Assembly, Vice President, Songleader, Chairman, Tennis, C a p t a i n , After-School Sports, Spanish Club, Vice Presi- dent, Vox Puellarum, Color Girl, Doll Shop, Operetta, Spring Pag- eant, All-School Play, League Honor Roll 8 Times, Con Deputy, Co-Head of Gym Department, D a n c e Committee, All-Activity Shield, 3 bars, Athletic Program Committee Chairman, Senior A Reception Committee Chairman, Advisory Board, Co-Head of Rest Room, Monitor, Senior A Honor Roll. June Leinan Music Graduated in 3 Years. L e a g u e Representative, Red Cross Repre- sentative, Spring Pageant, Orches- tra, Track, Choir, Girls' Chorus. Betty Knutson History Color Girl, Red Feather,Al1- Activity Shield, Baseball, Track, Home Room President, Library Representative, Slip C o l l e c t o r, Hall Guard, Doll S h o p, Spring Pageant, Operettas, B i g Cousin, League Honor Roll 6 Times. Donald E. Kuhlman Math Band, Federation Representative. Molly Agnes Lambert Commercial Tamarack Representative. Ernie L. Larson Industrial Arts Athletic Board, Hall G u a r d , Basketball Manager, S o f t b a l 1 , Commache Guard. Patricia Irene Laudwein Commercial Transferred from G r e a t Falls, Montana. Senior Counselor, Ticket Office Monitor, Softball, Scholas- tic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll. Lewis Lee Math Sports-for-All Basketball, Football. Harriet Lewis Home Economics Home Room Vice President, Slip Collector, Roll Checker, Doll Shop. thirty-seven Helen Lewison Science Color Girl, Red Fe a th er, All- Activity Shield, League Honor Roll 3 Times, League Representative, Hall Guard, Slip Collector, Doll Shops, Operetta, Big Cousin, Base- ball, Track. Jackie Lindhout Math Graduated in 3 Years. Spring Pag- eant, Slip Collector, B a s e b a l l, Badminton, League Honor Roll 4 Times, Latin Club, Big Sister, Gym Monitor, Attendance Clerk in Library, Home Room President. Clifford Burt Lucas Math Basketball, Warriors, Boys, State, Better North Central Committee, News Representative, Federation Representative, Home Room Chairman. Clifford Earl Lunneborg Science Student Representative Assembly, Chairman, Central Advisory Coun- cil, Debate, Traffic Squad, Lieu- tenant, Spring Pageant, Master of Ceremonies, M a t h C l u b, Vice President, Amores Librorum, All- School Play. Harlie Lyons Math Football, Basketball, B a s e b a 1 1, Track, Art Club. Carol Jean McBride Fine Arts Study Hall Roll Checker, Slip Col- lector, League Honor Roll, Basket- ball, Volleyball, Baseball, Badmin- ton, Swimming. Don McCullough Math Pep Band, Band. thirty-eight Patricia Ann Lindberg Home Economics League Representative, Central Council, Red Cross Representative, N e W s Representative, T e n n i s T e a m, Volleyball, Basketball, Manager, Badminton, Doll Shops, Operetta, Spring Pageant, Com- mercial Club, Treasurer, President, All-Activity Shield, Gym Moni- tor, Hall Guard, B i g C o u sin, League Office Monitor. Shirley Dolores Longly Social Studies Operetta, Doll Shop, Home Room Chairman, Library Representative, League O f f i c e Monitor, Ticket Office Monitor, Library Monitor, Big Cousin, Baseball, Red Cross Representative. Joyce Luft Commercial Graduated in 3 Years. Spring Pageant, Slip Collector, League Honor Roll 5 Times, Gym Moni- tor. Shirley Elaine Lynch Social Studies A. S. C., Central Council, Student Representative Assembly, Latin Club, Treasurer, Color Girl, Red Feather, League Honor Roll Chair- man, League Honor Roll 7 Times, Library Representative, Tamarack Representative, Home Room Sec- retary, Spring Pageant. joan Lee Lyons Fcrreign Languages League Honor Roll 8 Times, Red Feather, Color Girl, Con Deputy, Amores Librorum, Athletic Con Commission, League Representa- tive, Red Cross Representative, Spanish Club, Operettas, Doll Sho p s, Library Representative, Spring Pageants, Orchestra, Bad- minton, All-Activity Shield, Lib- rary Worker, Big Cousin. Melvin McCuddin Art Tennis. Maurice McDonald Art Tennis, Track, Federation Repre- sentative, Library Representative, Sports-for-All Wrestling, Baseball. Dolores Louise McGillivray Commercial Transferred from Seattle. Chess Clubg Big Sisterg Roll Checkerg Cafeteria Workerg League Honor Roll. William D. McHargue Math Federation Presidentg C 0 n d u c t Board Presidentg Federation Fi- nancial S e c r e t a r y, Department Headg Warriors, Presidentg Doll Shopg Trackg Tennisg Con Sched- uling Cornmitteeg A. S. C.g Student Representative Assembly. Dixie Lee McMurray Commercial Red Featherg Color Guardg Doll Shopg Operettag Spring Pageantg All-Activity Shieldg Class Playg Home Room Presidentg Big Cousing After-School Sports. Patricia Ann Maddux Home Economics Transferred F r 0 m Lewistown, Mont. Roll Checkerg Library Rep- resentativeg Doll Shopg Choirg Ten- nisg League Honor Roll 2 Times. Constance Irene Manskey Home Economics Library Workerg League Honor Roll 7 Timesg Library Representa- tiveg F. H. A.g Latin Club, Presi- dentg Color Girlg Red Featherg Big Cousing Attendance Slip Collectorg Spring Pageant. Henry Lafe Materne Aff, 1.15 -ff History 1' ?j' JL Wim Trackg Baseballg Footballg Federa- tion Representativeg Doll Shop. Joann Mayheu Commercial Transferred from Coeur d'Alene. Dennis McGuin Manual Arts Bob B. McKenzie M ath, Football. Anna Theresa Maas Commercial Color Girly Library M o n i t o r 3 Locker Monitorg Tamarack Repre- sentativeg Big Cousin. Shirley Roberta Manlove Math Red Featherg Color Girlg Math Club, Treasurer: Amores Librorumg Latin Clubg Volleyballg T r a c k 3 Badmintong Spring Pageantg Doll Shopg League Honor Roll 8 Timesg All-Activity Shield, 2 Barsg Senior A Honor Rollg Tamarack Staff, Senior Editorg League Representa- tiveg Gym Locker Monitorg Home Room Vice Presidentg L i b r a r y Workerg Library Representative. Ronald E. Marks Manual Arts Marguerite LaVonne May Home Economics Tamarack Representativeg N e w s Representativeg Library Repre- sentativeg Volleyballg Swimmingp Hall Guardg Roll Checkerg Slip Collectorg Bookroom Workerg Doll Shop. jack M. Maxfield Industrial Arts Bandg Sports-for-All. thirty-nine Ronald Mickus Industrial Arts Transferred from Wenatchee. Dolores Jean Morgan Science Transferred from Pine River, Min- nesota. Red Cross Representativeg All-School Play. Jerry Morrison Commercial Big Cousing Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg Operettag News Repre- sentativeg Home Room Secretaryg Library Worker. Dorothy Lorraine Mosling Art Art Clubg Rol1C h e c k e r g Big Cousing Tamarack Staffg N u r s e Monitor. Richard C. Munk Industrial Arts Bandg Orchestrag Pep Bandg Melody Capersg Operettag Sports- for-A11 Representativeg Rifle Club. Donna Neher Commercial Transferred from Ellensberg. james E. Norton Math Golfg Basketballg Federation Rep- resentativeg Warriorsg S p r i n g Pageant. forty Joyce Minden Commercial Graduated in 31!2 Years. Lila Morigeau Commercial Leonard Lyle Moseonko Industrial Arts Baseballg Federation Representa- tiveg Sports-for-All, Jack William Munn Math Math Clubg Bandg Home Room Presidentg Student Representative Assembly. Charles Clinton Nealey Math Debateg Math Clubg Amores Li- brorumg Baseball. Dolores North Commercial Marvin C. Nyberg Math Federation Representativeg Sports- for-All. jean Oberheu Art Spring Pageantg Doll Shopg Oper- ettag Color Girlg Red Featherg After-School Sportsg All-Activity Shieldg Gym Monitorg L i b r a r y Monitorg League Representativeg Spanish Clubg League Honor Roll 3 Timesg Central Council. Norma Elizabeth Oliver Home Economics Red Featherg F.H.A., Secretary, Treasurerg Library Workerg All- Activity Shieldg Big Cousin. Nyla Elaine Orness Home Economics League Representativeg L i b r a r y Representativeg News Representa- tiveg Big Cousing Hall G u a r d g Color Girlg Spring Pageantg Doll Shopg Home Room Presidentg After-School Sports, Basketball, Volleyball, Softball, Trackg League Honor Roll 6 Times: Student Rep- resentative Assembly. Roland F. Paeper Commercial Graduated in 3V2 Years. Operettasg Library Representativeg Choir Rep- resentativeg Tamarack Representa- tiveg Red Cross Representative. Blanche Beth Pelleberg Social Studies Choirg Three Fivesg Operettasg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg S p a n i s h Club, P r e s i d e n t g All-Activity Shieldg Color Girlg After-School Sports. Joan Lois Pennington Science A.S.C.g Central Councilg League Representativeg Floor Chairmang Color Girly Spring Pageantsg Vox Puellarum, Sergeant at Armsg News Staff, Exchange Editorg Home Room President, Vice Presi- dentg Big Cousing Latin Clubg De- bateg Library Representativeg Library Workerg All- A c t i v i t y Shieldg Gym Monitorg League Honor Roll 7 Times. janet Virginia Peter Social Studies Transferred from Dubuque, Iowa. Student Representative Assemblyg Library Monitorg Locker Monitor. Thomas P. 0'Leary Social Studies F o o t b a 1 I 3 Baseballg Federation Representativeg Warriorsg A. S. C. Lloyd W. Olsen Industrial Arts Footballg Baseballg Red Cross Rep- resentativeg Warriors. YVilborn L. Overholser Industrial Arts Transferred from D a v e n p o r t , Iowa. Graduated in 315 Years. Sports-for-All. joan jay Pedersen Home Economics Roll Checkerg Doll Shopg Tennisg Slip Collectorg Library Representa- tive. Dave Pencosky Industrial Arts Rose Marie Perkins Commercial Color Girly Operettasg Doll Shopg League Honor Roll 5 Timesg Ten- nisg A11-Activity Shieldg Melody Capersg League Worker: Library Representativeg News Representa- tive. Carole Green Peterson Commercial Commercial Clubg Doll ' S h o p 3 Spring Pageantg Big Cousin. forty-one Marilyn Peterson Home Economics Big Cousing All-Activity Shieldg League Honor Roll 4 Timesg Basketballg Roll Checkerg Color Girlg Library Representativeg Doll Shopg Slip Collectorg Glee Club. Lee Picard Industrial Arts Operettasg Chorusg Choir, Business Manager. Mary Irene Porter Home Economics Transferred From Marycliff. Hall Guardg Badmintong Big Cousin. Dora Powell Home Economies Transferred From Holy Names. Locker Monitor. Joyce Pratt Commercial Color Girlg League Representativeg Doll Shopg F. H. A.g League Honor Roll 4 Timesg All-Activity Shieldg Swimmingg Basketballg Volleyballg Badmintong Trackg Big Cousin. Constance Lorene Quam Commercial League Representativeg Color Girl, Secretaryg Spring Pageantg Big Cousing Doll Shopg Vox Puellarumg Red Featherg Volleyballg Conduct Board, Secretaryg Towel Monitorg League Secretaryg League Honor Roll 8 Timesg All-Activity Shield. Curtis Reece Social Studies forty-two Ellen Lucille Phipps Home Economics Big Cousing All-Activity Shieldg Roll Checker: Honor Roll 2 Timesg L i b r a r y Representativeg D o 1 1 Shopsg Operettasg Red Featherg Thespiang Senior Class Playg Red Cross Representativeg Counse1or's Office Workerg Gym M o n i to r g Tamarack Representative. Bettie Porter Commercial Transferred F r o m Sandpoint, Idaho. Library Workerg Big Cousin. Mary Norene Porter Home Economics Transferred From Marycliff. Hall Guardg Badmintong Big Cousin. jane Genevieve Powell Social Studies Transferred From Tacoma. Com- mercial Clubg Vox Puellarumg Stu- dent Representative Assembly, Publicity Committeeg Home Room Vice Presidentg Big Cousin. W. Virgil Purcell Math Transferred From Troy, Montana. Grounds Squad. Charles Ralph Industrial Arts Heleen Reed Commercial League Honor Roll 5 Timesg Com- mercial Clubg Tamarack Representativeg Hall Guardg Roll Checkerg Slip Collectorg League Representative. Beth Reehl Home Economics Volleyballg Basketball, Badminton, Tennisg Gym M o n i t o rg Spring Pageant, Color Girlg Latin Clubg Locker Monitor, Conduct Boardg Hall Monitorg Doll Shopg Big Cou- sing News Staff, Advertising Manager. Robert S. Reser Science Transferred from Williston, North Dakota. Bandg Sports-for-Allg Hall Guardg Spring Pageantg Boys' Fed- eration Representative. Charlene Louise Rice Music Choirg Radio Choir, O p e r e t t ag L e a g u e Representativeg Melody Capers, League Honor Roll, Big Sister. Dixie Lee Roberts Commercial Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Operettag Spring Pageantg Bad- mintong Hall Guardg Big Sisterg Spanish Club. Richard Wayne Rockstrom Industrial Arts Stage Crew. Eulale Yvonne Rognlie Foreign Language Home Room Treasurerg Tamarack Representativeg Color Girlg Red Featherg Spring Pageant, Orches- tra, Art Club, Spanish Clubg Vox Puellarurng Slip Collector, Lib- rary Workerg Hall Proctorg Big Sisterg S t u d e n t Representative Assembly, League Honor Roll 6 Times. Shirley Rosenstein Home Economics Volleyballg Badmintong Basket- ballg Tennis, Big Cousing Spring Pageant: Gym M onitorg Latin Clubg C o n d u c t Board: Locker Monitorg Doll Shopg News Staff, Assistant Advertising Managerg lgeague Honor Rollg T a m a r a c k ta . Richard A. Reidburn Science Grounds Squadg Chess, Flag Foot- ball. Douglas Rhoads Industrial Arts Sports-for-All Wrestling. Douglas John Rider Industrial Arts Band. 3 Donald James Roberts M ath Footballg Trackg Wrestlingg War- riors, Presidentg H o m e R o o m President, Vice President, Federa- tion Representative, S p e a k e rg Better North Central Committee, Spring Pageantg O p e r e t t ag Doll Shop. Elmer Rollins Industrial Arts Footballg Sports-for-All Softball, Wrestling, Basketball, Volleyball. Dan Rosa Math Transferred from Rogers. Band, Federation Representative. Richard H. Rudisile Math Footballg Hall Guardg Convocation Deputyg Baseball. forty-three Elois Nadine Ruhling Math Songleader, Chairmang A. S. C.g Central Councilg Co-Head Rest Roomg Co-Head Girls' Gym De- partmentg All-Activity Point Chairmang Color Girlg Interschool Relations Committeeg Math Clubg Commercial Clubg Vox Puellarurng Doll Shop, Business Manager, Op- erettasg Spring Pageantsg Tamarack Staffg Gym Office Monitorg News Representativeg Senior A Recep- tion C o m m i t t e e 3 After-School Sportsg Senior Life Saving Classy A11-Activity Shield, 3 Bars, League Honor Roll 8 Timesg Senior A Honor Roll. June Jeanette Schafer Commercial Transferred From Ritzville. lone Iris Schrink Home Economics Tamarack Representativeg Volley- ballg Badmintong Locker Monitorg League Honor Rollg Social Serviceg Home Room Vice Presidentg Big Cousin. Peggy Schussler Commercial Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Red Featherg Hall Guardg Spring Pageant, Operettag Badmintong Of- gi:ebWorkerg Big Cousing Spanish u . Beverly Irene Semling Math Latin Clubg Home Room Chair- mang Central Council, League Honor Rollg Tennisg Badmintong Doll Shopg Spring Pageant, Oper- ettag News Representative, Library Monitorg Track, Volleyballg Big Cousin. Lewis F. Simpson Science Transferred From West Valley. David E. Smith Industrial Arts forty- four Joan Rutt Commercial Red Feather, Spring P a g e a n t g Volleyballg Basketballg Badmintong Library Workerg F. H. A.g Candy Counter Worker, Big Cousin. Darlene Lillian Schlieman Home Economics Transferred From Deer Park. Barbara Jean Schussler Home Economics Color Girlg Red Featherg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantsg All-School Play, Home Room Presidentg League Treasurerg League Honor Roll 8 Timesg Golf Team, Captain: All- Activity Shield, 1 Bar, Vox Puel- larumg Athletic Board, Central Council Library Representative, Big Cousing After-School Sports. Jack W. Seagraves Math Sports-for-All. Nadine Shulters Commercial Transferred from Seattle. Chorusg F.H. A., Westernairesg Art Club. Carol Sligar Art Dick Smith Math Home Room Representativeg Baseball. Patricia June Smith Math. Math Club, Treasurerg Latin Club, Westernaires, Treasurerg Orches- trag Choir, Operettag Spring Pag- eantg Doll Shopg Melody Capers, Color Girly Big Cousin, Home Room Treasurer, League Repre- sentativeg Red Cross Representa- tiveg Library Workerg Library Representative. Shirley Ann Spink Commercial Hall Guardg Gym Monitor, Red Cross Representative, Locker Monitor, Big Cousin, Commercial Club, Vice President. Audrey Jeanette Springer Math Color Girl, Red Feather, Slip Col- lectorg All-Activity Shieldg Melody Capersg Operettag Roll Checkerg Choirg Tepee Lighter, Librariang League Honor Roll 3 Timesg Big Cousin. MZ' John Spry , Math O Bandq Footballg Latin Club. Duane C. Stark Music Band, Pep Bandg Orchestra, Doll Shop Orchestra, Choirg Trombone Quartet. Lois Irene Stevens Commercial Big Sister, Home Room Presidentg Baseball, Library Representativeg Basketball. Francis Harold Storey Math Pep Bandg Band, Section Librar- ian, Flute Q u a r t e tg Doll Shop Orchestra, Orchestra, News Rep- resentativeg Home R o o rn V i c e P r e s i d e n t, Sergeant at Arms, Amores Librorumg Math Club, De- bate. Daniel L. Soss Science Home Room President, Trackg Boys' State: Gym Locker Moni- torg Study Hall Monitorg Hall Guardg Debateg Second In State "I Speak for Democracy" Contest. Letty Mae Sponagel Home Economics Lois Gene Sprinkel Science Doll Shopg Operettag Spring Pag- eant, Class Play, Melody Capers: All-Activity S h i e 1 dq Orchestra, Librarian, Library Worker. Janet Elaine Squibb Music A. S.C.g Central Councilg Student Representative Assembly, Library Worker, Melody Capers. Thomas Ralph Stumbaugh Science Everett V. Story Music Orchestrag Bandg Choir, Doll Shop Orchestra. David Strawn Foreign Languages Federation Representative, Execu- tive Council, Vice Presidentg War- riors, Treasurerg Baseball: Basket- ballg Latin Club, Spanish Club. forty-five Joan E. Sullivan Home Economics Home Room Secretary, Treasurer, Con Deputy, Hall Guardg League Honor Rollg League Representa- tiveg Tamarack Representative, Big Sisterg Gym Monitor. Dorothy Eva Swank Home Economics Golf, Managerg O p e r e t t ag Doll Shop, Spring Pageantg Basketball, Volleyballg Softballg League Honor Rol18 Times, A. S. C.g C e n t r al C o u n c i lg Vox Puellarum, Re- porter, L e a g u e Representative, Floor Chairman, Color Girl, Red Feather, Secretaryg Con Deputyg All-Activity Shield, 1 bar, Ath- letic Boardg Home Room President, Big Cousin. George Taber Industrial Arts Football: Federation Representa- tiveg A. S. C.g Traffic Squadg Thes- painsg Wrestling, Swimming. Ellen Lavon Taylor H ome Economics Red Featherg Doll Shopg Spring P a g e a n tg League Honor Roll 5 Timesg A11-Activity S hieldg Li- brary Representativeg L e a g u e Workerg L o c k e r Monitor, Slip Collector. Darrell F. Theige Math Transferred from Renton, Wash. Roberta Belle Thomas Science Transferred from Nampa, Idaho. Beverly Timmers Math Choirg Orchestrag Color Girl, His- torian-Reporterg R e d F e a t h e r g Girls' Stateg Senior A Reception Committeeg Doll Shop, Operettag Spring Pageantg League Repre- sentativeg Better North Central Committeeg Math Clubg Tamarack Representative, News Representa- tiveg After-School Sports. forty-six Beverley Jean Summers Commercial Red Featherg Amores Librorum, Presidentg F. H. A., Presidentg City C o u n c i l, Vice President, All- Activity Shieldg Doll Shopsg Spring Pageantsg Badmintong Big Cousing Library Workerg League Repre- sentativeg Rest Room Monitorg Locker Monitor, League Honor Roll 5 Times. Rosa Lee Swenson Science Locker Monitorg Hall Guardg Big Cousin. Eddie Tarvin Commercial 12011 Shop, Softball, Volleyball. Lavonne Teal Home Economics Transferred from Dayton, Wash. Red Feather, Vox P u ell a r u mg Home Room Chairmang Student Representative Assemblyg League Office Monitor: Big Cousing Dance Committee. Kathryn Ann Thomas Math Spanish Clubg Latin Clubg Home R o 0 m Co-Chairmang L i b r a r y Worker, Big Cousin. Janice Thompson Commercial Transferred from Superior, Mont. O p e r e t t a, Leadg Radio Choirg Choir, Secretaryg Locker Monitor, Library Representativeg Doll Shop. Donald Warren Town Industrial Arts Football, Trackg Boxingg Library Representative. Hilma Lou Ulijohn Commercial Slip Collector: Badminton: Volley- ball: Social Service: L i b r a r y Worker: Big Cousin: Library Rep- resentative, C h a i r m a n : Home Room Checker: League Honor Roll 4 Times. Roy Ullrich Science Harold L. Vannurden Industrial Arts Sports-for-All, Wrestling, Basket- ball: Library Representative. . Marilyn lvagner Art Transferred From Seattle. Gradu- ated in 3112 Years. Red Feather, Historian-Reporter: A r t C l u b , Treasurer: Spanish Club, Fifth Ex- ecutive: Doll Shop. john A. Walker Math Transferred From Denver. Base- ball: Home Room Sergeant at Arms. Delores Mae Warnke Home Economics Home Room Attendance Clerk: Volleyball: Hall Guard: Book Room Monitor: Retailing: Social Service: League Honor Roll 4 Times: Big Cousin: Tennis: Candy Counter. Russ Wayland Music Transferred From Bellingham. Jr. Band: Choir: Operetta. ww Betty Delores Ullman Science Color Girl: Red Feather: Doll Shop: Operetta: All-School Play: Student Representative Assembly: League Honor Roll 6 Times: All-Activity Shield: Senior A Honor Roll: Big Cousin: Tamarack Representative: Baseball: Track: Slip Collector: League Office Monitor. Helen M. Vanhover Home Economics john H. Kenneth Vogel Science Band: Football: Track: Better North Central Committee: Home Room Representative: Red Cross Representative: Sports-for - A l 1 , Basketball: Signs and Advertising Committee: Tamarack Representa- tive: Latin Club: Math Club: Amores Librorum. Albert Walker Math Band: Tennis: Math Club: Latin Club: Amores Librorumg A.S.C. Advisory Committee. Grant Walter Math Band: Swimming: Grounds Squad, Lieutenant, Captain: Amores Li- brorumg Spanish Club, Sergeant at arms: Orchestra: Library Repre- sentative: Doll Shop: Westernaires. Helena Frances Watson Social Studies Library Worker: Library Chair- man: Color Girl: Red Feather: F. H. A.: Latin Club: Amores Li- brorum: League Honor Roll 7 Times: Track. Leona Frances Weaver Art Home Room Chairman: Art Club, Treasurer, Secretary: Spanish Club: Tamarack Art Staff: Signs and Ad- vertising Committee: News Staff: League Representative. forty-seven Myrin Werner Social Studies Federation Representativeg Better North Central Committeeg Sports- for-All. Velda Eugene Whiting Social Studies Footballg Basketball. Harold D. Williams V Math r Bandg Home Room identg Basketballg Baseballg Library Rep- resentativeg Student Representa- tive Assembly. Virginia Lee Williams Music Doll Shopg Con Deputyg Operettasg Melody Capersg Dance Committeeg Tepee Lightersg Hall Guard. Fay Ruth Woodworth Commercial Red Featherg Color G i r lg M a t h C l u bg Tamarck Representativeg News Representativeg Volleyballg Nurse's Office Monitorg Gym Of- fice Monitorg League Honor Roll 5 Tirnesg Library Representative. Richard F. Wrenn Social Studies Senior Class Presidentg Central Advisory Councilg Home Ro o m Presidentg Footballg Trackg Wrest- lingg Traffic Squadg Con Deputyg Club Committeeg Spring Pageants. Florence Wurtz Home Economics Library Workerg G y m O f f i c e M o n i t o rg Rest Room Monitorg L e a g u e Representativeg R o ll Checkerg Big Cousin. forty-eight Helen Wetterhus Commercial Big Cousin. Betty WVilcox Commercial Donald E. Williams M ath Track, Managerg Tamarack Rep- resentativeg Hall Guardg Home Room President. Patricia Lou Wilson Commercial Basketballg Library Representa- tiveg Library Workerg Volleyballg Big Cousin. Janet Elaine Worthington Commercial Red Cross Representativeg League Representativeg Big Cousin. Donnalu Catherine Wrinkle Commercial B a d m i n t o ng Baseballg Locker Monitorg Office Monitorg League Representativeg Home Room Of- ficerg T 0 w el Monitorg T i c k e t Office Monitorg Red Cross Repre- sentativeg News Staff. Josephine Wurtz Home Economics News Representativeg Big Cousing Library Workerg Locker Monitorg Roll Checkerg Baseball. Gayle Louise Yenney Fo-reign Languages Volleyballg Badmintong Slip Col- lectorg Social Serviceg Home Room Officerg Big Cousin. Phyllis Benson Commercial Tamarack Representativeg H a 1 l Guardg League Honor Rollg Big Cousing News Representative. Bill Klise Math Vice President of Federationg War- riorsg Trackg Footballg Basketballg Con Deputy. June Darold Alexander Donna Bjornton Don Charlton Geraldine Ellis jack Garvin Shirley Guy John William Young Math Tennisg Bandg Sports-for-All Bas- ketball, Softballg Hall G Harold Griswold Social Studies Q. E. Morgan Social Studies Transferred from Lewis Graduates Not Pictured james Hallam Ron Hendricks Joyce Holman Rodney Lobdell Lois Nyreen George Peoples Dale Plewman Ralph Rodolph Dewey Rollins Barry Smith Don Tobin Homer Trotter Max Urbach Ralph Young uard. and Clark. forty-nine W EM W N ufwv Eff Q1,,flM lm,3E0JLmjyW,Q f ' ftwgiw pigigwvwy QWZMEQQZMWW W3 s53'WfM1iW W Q fjy Jgmigif W OU? V W I N .3 J- 93 .' A L ,,f-'Sf If .1 ? .Il-s. IVV 'I' L THE LIBRARY E HDR B9 Mr. Chandler 120 Front row: Patty Lauritzen, Gerrie Gray, Dolores Coleman, Eleanor Bock, Marlene Killham, Vivian Thompson. Second row: Kenneth Allen, Duane Woodworth, Imogene Knight, Marilyn Chase, Donna Robinion, Karl Cunningham, Mr. Chandler. Back row: Gary Blomgren, Larry Garlinghouse, Barry McMahon, Orning Fjelstad, David Canwell, Ronald Stone, Edward King, James Dunsire. Mr. Christenson 216 Front row: Floyd Graham, Joe Cozzetto, Dar- rell Kuelpman, James Bohanon, Ralph Michaels, Eugene Crisp, Melvin Varner, Lowell Nyreen. Second row: Wayne Thomas, Everett Story, Charles Perkins, Art Barry, George Burton, Earl Montee, Vern Oster- back, Mr. Christensen. Back row: Bill Cox, Roger Tokarz, Vaughn Cress, Don Rosen- lund, Bob Mudge, Charles Mochel, John Hocking, Eugene Simons, Mrs. Ellis Library Front row: Jacqueline Kinne, Mary Keith, Phyllis Osburn, Eulale Rognlie, Marian Mosso. Second row: Charlotte Anderson. Barbara Bergman, Stella Martello, Grace Horning, Suzi Ellis, Mrs. Ellis. Back row: Della Hough, Laura Mae Stewart, Lurene Draxton, Marian Babcock, Beverly Groom, Sally Fisken, Beverly Nordlund. Mr. McNew 319 Front row: Bob Skinner, Art Pryor, Jack Fruit, Creighton Darling, Virg Duchow. Bob Bradley. Second row: Mr. McNew, Howard Breshears, Eddie Heavner, Roland Paeper, Kayo Hancock, Glen Babbitt, Don Flem- ming, Back row: Dick Armfield, Jerry Drcycr, Andy Ericksen, Bill McKay, Bob O'Connor, Larry Dyer. fifty-two Miss Neuman 114 Front row: Betty Hawes, Lois Nyreen, Joyce Szymczak, Mary Penna, Gertrude Schneider, Erma Williamson, Shirley Lambert, Mari'yn Kennedy. Second row: Joyce Culkin, Jae- queline Henning, Evelyn Abbott, Darlene Blandy, Donna Morford, Lois Devaney, Dona Cork, Jean Fellows, Marianne Jaynes. Back row: Donalee Springer, Marlene Dwinelle. Carolyn Hutchins, Nancy Pencosky, Jean Noel, Louise Waugh, Miss Neuman. UNl0ll A'S Miss Allison 100A Front row: June Johnson, Loraine Rasmus- sen, June Anderson, Beverly Cline, Carol Anderson, Joanne Baxter, Pat Brennan, Mary Alice Berry, Phyllisjean Hopkins. Second row: Franklin Vanden Bos, Ronald Bockstruck, Carol Beaty, JoAnn Garske, Barbara Goodman, Marian Crisp, Marilyn Carlson. Jim Breneiser, Don Dunn, Miss Al- lison. Back row: Ken Abbey, Dwight Booth, Gary Austin, Vernon Comstock, Ann Biod- gett, Margaret Bell, Dick Beckham, Paul Morford, Bert Asplund, Ronald Gerkensmeyer. Mrs. Dunphy 214 Front row: Cecil Gohrman, Joanne Brand. Arlene Erickson, Virginia Engle, Barbara Barrett. Mikey McGetrick, Marilou Ludwig- son, Gerry Ann Brockway. Second row: Blanche Harvey, Harlene Weatherwax, Peg- gy Ellsworth, Noreen Peckham, Joyce Tan- ner. Laura Lee Stoughton, Doris Loan , Willomae Saiter, Karen Tollefsen, Donna Phelps, Mrs. Dunphy. Back row: Shirley Nevin, Edith Bennett, Ruth Shearer, Mari- lyn Sebring, Audrey Miller, Natalie Mills, Christina Max, Joanna Nelson, Patricia Mc- Harg, Rae Ann Symmonds, Geraldine Cash. Mr. Frazier 6 Front row: Charles Hudson, Ronald Upp, Bob Newland, James Hordeman, Kenneth Curry, Frank Ganimel. Second row: Dayton Zimmerman, Earl Finch, Robert Stockman, Jim Gardner, Don Wolfe, Louis Starner, Robert Swanson, John Brewer. Back row: Pat Munds, Jim Tefft, Jack Baker, Don Watt, Eugene Harvey. Ted Haskell, Verne Christe, Jack Evenoff, Keith Darling, fifty-three Mr. Griswold 215 Front row: Carmen Hopper, Mary Ensberg, Pat Duncan, Margaret Eseke, Elinor Hood. Shirlee Ann Baum, Annette Bowen, Herman Meyer. Second row: Mr. Griswold, Arlene Ferrier, Phyllis Phillips, Jeanne Frieske, Marilyn Ellis, Dorothy Conway, Dean Deni- son. Bill Ellern, Stuart Evey, Rodney Fun- seth. Back row: Burwell Feighner, Jim Daugherty, Robert Smith, Helen Hubbell, JoAnn Freeman, Beverly Gardner, Jerry Fowler, Charles Hill, Charles Dysart. Mr. Hix 303 Front row: Mr. Hix, Alvin Lemnions, Dick Gustafson, Dale Wright, Dick Marlowe, Bill Koehler, Don Vuurman. Second row: Frank Wells, Darrell Better, David Dow, Charles McNeil, Vernon Gray, Rolland Robbins, Tom Harris, Jim Weeks. Back row: James Bial- las, Archie Oestricher, David Clinton, Ron McFarland, Ken Varcoe, Bob Jobb, Bill Hogan, Frank Roberg. Miss Illsley 113 Front row: Clarabell Hydorn, Donna Prince, Katherine Kelp, Carol Levick, Carol Nelson, Karen Anderson, Jackie Dougherty, Beverly Kifer. Second row: Miss Illsley, Leslie Tif- fany, Marian Williams, Bernice C o l v i n , Jeanette Ryser, Grita Alden, Pat Holloway, June Evans, Nancy Cox, Ruth Cooper. Back row: Donna Green, Carolyn Rumhurg, Bar- bara Allen, Marcia Hanneman, Betty Abbott, Mary Ann Bjornton, Marlene Bartlett, Shir- ley Dubray, Florence Coleman, Louise Hoffman. Mr. Nygaard 118 Front row: Billy Zink, Gerry Reynolds, Pete Winkleman, Douglas Quine, T. J. Ot- terbein, James Rowland. Second row: Mr. Nygaard, Bill Roloff, Sam Lorango, Dick Bishop, Warde Sligh, Ron Proper, Jack Meredith. Back row: Dick Stacy, Dennis Roff, Lynn Collin, Dudley Woodbury, Louis Ott, Ed Porta, Richard Petterson. fifty-four Miss Paulson 104 Front row: Irene Mehulky, Coyt Klooz, Dorothy Froehlich, Karin Cederwall, Gloria Minelli, Marilyn Cerenzia, June Le i n an. Second row: Miss Paulson. Viola Viers, Janet Lyons, Joan Ennest, Jeanine Siemen- son, Elen Kawaguchi, Rosemarie Liptac, Mary Lou Compogno. Back row: Carolyn Crowe, Marguerite Hunton, O l l i e H a r t . Naomi Settle, Lila- Leppell, Vona McLean. Beverly Swanbeck, Wilma Yarber, Sarajenniel Emerson. Miss Rawlings 204 Front row: Marvin Lanphere, Charlotte Mor- rison, Danna Leuthy, Dora May Greenman, Marjorie Matthews, Barbara McCarty. LaVae Heineking, Wally Greear. Second row: Miss Rawlings, Mary Keene, Ann Krueger, Billie Ann Morgan, Jean Johnson, Joanne Gruber, Mardene McCarrey, J u d y Lathrop, N e i l Keck. Back row: Richard Monaghan, Paul Carlson, Dick Greenwood, Gene Leinmer, James Loski, Don Miller, Jerry Gross, Tom Joy, John Mead. Mr. Rodkey 304 Front row: George Fish, Willie Boyd, Rob- ert Bryce, Dick Bremer, Dale Mitchell, Ed- ward McDowell, Dick Burson, James Buckley, Mr. Rodkey. Second row: Don Shaw, Ev- erett Bailey, Stan Stenipke, Don Smith. Don Chichester, Bob Carlson, Ronnie Sa file , Cloyd Nolan, Jack Scollard, Gifford Spitzer, Arthur Sharpe. Back row: Tim O'Leary. Philip Soike, Jack Bowcutt, Charles Ber- quist, Roger Mace, Lawrence Carver, Jack Arrasmith, Richard Schram, Richard Green, Ronald Brown, Miss Starkweather 121 Front row: Rose Marie Peterson, Ida Blair, Roslyn Gwynne, Mary Johnston, Pattie Fenn, Arlene Gilbert, Shirley Widman, Joyce Luft, Jackie Lindhout. Second row: Joanne Garber, Nancy Olson, Arrah Keszler, Wilma Reid, Carol Williams, Marjorie Wing, Kay Butler, Marilyn Moore, Darlene Brott, Betty Werhan, Miss Starkweather, Back row: Zada Heuston, Colleen Corbin, Carol Lee, Joyce Kooistra, Verona Miller, Herta Schmidt, Virginia Trefry, Donna Menzies, Margie Hartman, Shirley Dunlop, Maureen Cluff, Francis Weeks, fifty-five Miss Theis 202 Front row: Jackie Prall, Mary Jo Payne, Lou Ann Habel, Rae Long, Gus Richmond, Franklin Phillips, Dolores Royster, Carlyn Theige, Sylvia Hannah, Second row: Miss Theis, Marion Pease, Hal Hunt, Diane Samu- els, Sally Pratt, Mary Beth Childress, Robin Rymond, Barbara Perkins, Lou Jean Reid, Frank Pagett, Danny Meyers. Back row: Bob Harrington, Jack Morgan, Jack Rubens, Mickey Rizzuto, Ron Hagadone, David Ross, Ed Perdue, Vernon Olson, Gordon Peckham, Mr. Thompson 220 Front row: Betty Webster, Lorna Zorn, Charles Wiggins, Nancy Haskins, Marian Wolfe, Janice Springer, Sunny Steele, Bob Refrem, Kaye Whitaker. Second row: Bill Thomas, JoAnn Hodgson, Duane Hobbs. La- vonne Snider, Yvonne Schoepke, Ann Hed- ger, Arthur Sponagel, Lynn Hawes. Back row: Mr. Thompson, Bob Selland, Bill Ellis, Kermit Johnson, Ronnie Haynes, Duane Tobias, Glenn White, Paul Collard, Don Weaver JU lllll B' Miss Boehme 312 Front row: Mary Ann Santorsola, Lorraine Mann, Helen Tollefson, Mildred Bettis, Vio- let Stutzman, Lois Taylor. Second row: Mar- gene Lang, Lillian Krauss, Seeran Cross, MaryLou Othmer, Roma Bowles, Lynn Fackenthall, Barbara Tucker, Carol Slosser, Joan Shultz. Back row: Pat Breeden, Ar- dell Strand, Joan Wirch, Mary Kay Nelson, Mabelle Mead, Janice Thorsen, Joanne Cogley, Miss Boehme. Mr. Bonamy 314 Front row: Beverly Fritch, Bev Blackwell, Judy Cooper, Mary Ann Malmquist, Jerry Green, Barbara Britton. Marilyn Flinn, Jerry Valliquete, Patty Milam. Second row: Drew Bond, Tom Shawley, Hallie Fleenor, Murlane Davis, Lorene Bently, Ginger Coomes, Gail Jackson, Theresa Sauser, Wayne Fiskness, Richard Brown. Back row: Al Ellern, LeRoy Fowler, Melvin Davis, Ted- dy Blackburn, Mr, Bonamy, Gerald Gross, Donald Brown, Roland Carmen, Gale Graham, Herb Dorr. fifty-six Miss McHugh lll Front row: Marlene Patjens, Pat Morton, Amy McGuire, Lois Oxrieder, Richard Klise, Gene Wise, Marvin Sampson. Second row: Joyce Kolb, Virginia Penna, Florence Mar- isch, Rosie Porta, Jackie Rice, Joan Har- bour, Dorene Koenig, Dick McCoy, Albert Jones, Miss McHugh. Back row: Alan Toregeson, Jim Hannan, Carol Haas, Leon Weber, James Cuddy, Jim Blossey, Jim Sumerlin, Arden Evenson. Mr. Smith 306 Front row: Dick Petragallo, Howard Vietz- ke, Glenn Meinke, Don Brown, Maurice Miles, Danny Petruss, Bernard Jacobsen, Gene Bursch, Weldon Yeager. Second row: Roy Raymer, Seldon Mills, Jerry Stack, Bill Langdon, Dick Nyberg, Lewis Spitzer, Bob Compadore, Roy Hardin, Bruce Keith, Alvin Greening. Back row: David Bre- chears, Harold Reeser, George Peters, Robert Kohl, George Pederson, Joe Tewinkel, Dick Coe, Morris Pixley, Neil McKeever, Dick Patterson, Robert Tuttle, Norman Berry. H 0Pll0MORE Af Mr. Anderson 207 Front row: Larry Biggs, Georgia Anderson, Vera Bennet, Beverly Bredesen, Loretta Coe, JoAnn Burns, Richard Penna, Second row: LaVerne Heckel, Nina Brandt, Donna Barney, Shirley Bass, Dorothy Bellomy, Suzanne Bresgal, Norma Brand, Mr. Ander- son. Back row: Bruce Baker, Roger Ander- son, David Carrol, Eldon Mills, Gerald Cristeson, Russell Akers, Robert Moylan, Russell Brookshire, Normar Brewer, Mr. Broadwell 3 Front row: Marion Inman, Bill Thomas, Frank Bos, James Myers, Don Boyer, Rich- ard Douglas, Bruce Grandstaff, Kenny Dunn, Jim Maxwell, Durwood Johnson. Second row: George King, Ted Holloway. Don Hamks, Gary Franklin, Bob LaLonde. Floyde Cooper, Dick Ladeen, Jim Fish Ronny Linholm, Dick Scott. Back row: Gary Hetherington, Don Fraser, Jack Ehrgott. Bill Green, Jack Fannan, Bill SCOfi0ld. Gerald Harter, Mr. Broadwell. fifty-seven Miss Butler 301 Front row: Lee Aspass, May Berglund, Rosalind Smith, Joan Taylor, Doris Ann Johnson, Donald Mason, Arthur Neil, Edwin Edgerton, Billy Mackey. Second row: Duane Erickson, Ray Barnes, Larry Springer, Elva Beeman, Lois Galloway, Edna Worthington, Charles Henthorn, Dewayne Howell, Miss Butler. Back row: Johnie Atkinson, Ken- neth Smith, Burdell Anderson, Bob Dudly, Bill Powell, Jerry Mason, Ronald Seedorf, Jack McKay. Miss Campbell 210 Front row: Joyce Enlow, Pat Jones, Bonnie McLaughlin, Beverly Cowden, Mary Ellen Hedrick, Irene Bishop, Charlotte Lemmons, Shirley Gibford, Rayona McCoury, Sally Ann McDermott. Second row: Jan Hanson, Betty Fairfax, Jean Jordan, Beverly Blin- cow, Dorothy H i n s h a w , Ruth Hemphill, Joan Akland, Barabara DeFeyter, Mary Lou Evans, Miss Campbell. Back row: Lois Mali- kowski, Colleen Collins, Carol Thompson, Ruby Draxton, Eileen E i ld e r s, D i a n e D a n i e ls o n , Helen Foubert, Lydia Ann Henry, Carol Griggs, Joan Dambegoff. Mr. Diedrick Cafe Front row: Mr. Diedrick, Beverly Cline, Carol Jean Smith, Janet Cameron, Grace Barker, Maxine Cox, Marie Herberholz. Second row: Janice Lust, Caroline Lamb, Virginia Phillips, Claire Lee Gibson, Norma Johnson, Patsy Wilmott, JoAnn Stickel Russell Brower. Back row: Jerry Mattson, David Womach, Marty Hauser, Ann Senter, Janet Wheeler, Shirley Rynerson, Dorothy Kennedy, Dick Albright, Howard Zehm, Mr. Hagen 1 Front row: Mr. Hagen, David Sanders, Vir- gil Becker, Bob Pahkama, Walter Close, Jim Rigg, Ed Thieman, Bruce Robertson, Donald Noren. Second row: Ray Poole, Edgar Young, Lynn Pilant, Ron Pick, Mickey Chesrown, Frank Warrington, Bill Kiper, Calvin Weimer, Mike Frazier. Back row: Don Rohrer, Frank Ulijohn, Don Lanove, Willis Benson, Jereld Walton, Johnny Tuft, Bob Pelleberg, Dick Sutherland, James Ehrgott. fifty-eight Miss Hetherington G. G. Front row: Joyce Bullock, Patt Bishop, Vanna Flynn, Mary Moe, Shirley Hoeg, Maxine Gannon, Elaine Sullivan, Frances McCutchin, Valda Lamson. Second row: Carolee Sanderson, Jackie Salvage, Mary Lou Allen, Carolyn Wiley, Nancy Johnson, Betty Nelson, Neysa Johnson, Carol Russell, Betty Noel, Darlene Leuthy, Barbara Lee White, Back row: Darlene Kirk, Joan Hickey, Donna Scollard, Marlene Good- fellow, Jean Brunette, Joyce Holt, Helen Reser, Sarah Keene, Kathleen O'Brien. Ber- nice Gutenberg, Gwen Watkins. Mr. Jones 108 Front row: Deanne Wolford, Bonnie Jean Stutzman, Dorothy Ann Mull, Ward Eason. Kenneth Stewart, John Cozzetto, Richard Matson, Mr. Jones. Second row: June Berg- lund, Darolyn Willey, Jean Wolff. Darlene Young, Wilma Wood, Patricia Schweitzer, Patricia Schrader. Patricia Gage, Janetta Gardener, Richard Hill, George Taylorson. Back row: Leo Chambers, Edwin Straub, Rodney Leaf, Lynn Lovejoy, Lanny Lareva. William Donaldson, Micky McCuddin, Rob- ert Luntsford, John Lawrence, Leon Williams. Miss McRae 200 Front row: Bill Mickus, Eddie Qildey, Joan Maurer, Lorraine McAlpin, Bobbe Coyle, Nada Arnold, Joanie Walker, Betty Denny, Barbara Brennan, Darlene Anderson. Second row: Ed Ferguson, Billie Fetters, Romona Shaffer, Coralyn Wilson, Quetta Springer, Miss McRae, Barbara Foth, Margaret Her- schelroth, Pat Miller, Dale Kreager, Keith Cochran. Back row: Jerry Larson, Larry Nelson, Alan Springer, Fred Levy, Don Lucinger, Kenneth Polverson, Bill Hoag- lund, Bob Burkhart, Jack Webb, Kenneth White, Franklin Spray. Mr. Neuman 310 Front row: Shirley Leppink, Shirley Mon- teith, Delores Lentes, Jack Vill, Donald O'Grady, Carl Danes, Helen Peterson, Betty Reed, Marilyn Mitchell. Second row: Larry Mullenix, Richard Minkler, Arlea LaFleur, Helen O'Grady, LaVonne Mertes, Jackie Linder, Pat Rodin, Kay Nordby, Inez Lundy, Mr. Neuman. Back row: Don Meier, Henry Mehlert, Jim Nichols, Darline Palmar, Don- na Ohlson, Betty Freeman, Jim Maxfield, Austin Moede, Jim Nordlund, Joe Murphy. fifty-'nine Mr. Norby 205 Front row: Dorilee Foley, Bonnie Pratt, Marie Ann Visby, Jane Anderson, Angela Hatch, Arlene Pogson, Pat Pullman, Delores Schaeffer, Eva Joy, Larry Mills, Gerald Flath, Pat Butler, Donna Nelson. Second row: Bob Nelson, Alice Maddux, June Clark, Gordon Farley, Harold Vozanko, El- don Waite. Back row: Dwight Palmer, Glenn Knight, Paul Morigeau, Richard Noel. Allen McKennet, Ludie Duthweiler, Frank Cole, Bruce Wright, Mr. Norby. M iss Timm 315 Front row: Larry Smith, Jean Wayland, Joyce Tye, Beverly Beidleman, Gerald Tob- ler, Myrtle McKnight, Nancy Springer, Ron- ald Fox. Second row: Daryl Smith, Bob Sipes, Becky Hill, Louise Vedder, Glenna Duncan, Lynne Hugo, Jeanne Nelson, Ed- ward Dostert. Bill Savage, Miss Timm. Back row: Sam Wetterhus, Kenneth Bagdon, Wal- ter Wittstruck, James Voss, Roger Harman, Charles Clossin, Phil Lefler, Dave Ensbcrg, Mike Sauser, Karl Meister. Mr. Tobie 317 Front row: Brenetta Gristeiner, Philip Churchill, Robert Lelande, Carolyn Castilio, Sue Lehfeldt, Janet Adams, Marion Seidel, Priscilla Turk, Beverly Schmidt. Second row: Sally Sawyer, Francella Blade, Carol Pierce, Peggy Kooken, Jeanette White, Jean Elfring, Hugh Shawgo, Roger Davis, Jack Allen, Bob Titus, George Hieber. Back row: Mr. Tobie, Gene Kelly, Marvin Payne, Curtis Comstock, Don Anderson, Don Ekman, Les- lie Samuels, Harold Parker, Bob Kroboth, Wayne McMullen, Bill Hoehne. Miss Winkley 103 Front row: Grace Ide, Peggy Newby, Reba Walser, Lenor Sontag, Louise James, Na- dine Greek, Joanie Crandell, Patsy Kain, Donna Vensel, Donna Reed. Second row: Margaret Strick, Dorothy Harkins, Shirley Kinne, Wilma Taylor, Lenora Jackson, Joan Stempel, Joyce Stempel, Marlene Johnston, Margie Wethan, Leah Widman, Miss Wink- ley. Back row: Mary Lou Jamison, Wilda Nickell, Janet Jones, Betty Jess, Dorothy Neeley, Carole Holmberg, Margaret Swam, Gay Stephenson, Marilou Nelson, Edith Johnston, Nancy Huff. sixty 0Pll0MORE IP. Mr. Baldwin 206 Front row: Mr. Baldwin. Shirley Armfield, Carol Henrieksen, Claudia Bratton, Kay Andre, Patsy Hirth, Jane Klaus. Second row: Louise Fisken, Ronald Anderson, Ed Bailey, Bob Burson, Rodney Howard, Don Holmburg, Harold Adams, George Hough. Back row: Wayne Bettis, Clell Davis, Bert Byrne, Bob Brotherton. Frank Hill, Thad lVleAtu, John Stenstrom, Clifford Garner, Mr. Finnegan 213 Front row: Roberta Smith, JoAnn Mnnsky, Barbara Stenberg. Nancy Phillips, Jo Ann Lafaee, Allen Shields, Jimmy White, Bruce McLean. Second row: Tommy Luee. Darlyn Widger, Lora Lee McDougal, Pat MeVay. Rena Toll, Christine Rosing, Pat Lilienthal, Janis Vietzke, Art Kawaguehi. Back row: Mr. Finnegan. Dawn Springer, Ann Lud- wick, Ed Littlejohn, Bob Sleizc-r. Diek Schmidt, Don Materne, Jerone Squibb. Harry Perry. Mr. Manfred 201 Front row: Joyce Peneosky, Myrna Kirk- wold, Lola Price, Barbara Pasehbeek. Arlene Gross, Dorothy Yo u ng, Jean Charbulak. Beverly Olson. Second row: Charles Hill- yard, Bill Freeman, Carolyn Corrigan, Shir- ley Simpson, Mr. Manfred. Janet Baglien. Janane Hulbert, Doreene Pangborne, Robert Putinan. David Henry, Back row: Don Do- lan. Don Gravos, Claude Merrill, Dolores Hughes, Gloria Althouse, Bobby Boone. Carol Oslund, Gerald Connelly. Larry Col- lins, Richard Frampton, Roger Dasily. Mr. Taft C-2 Front row: Jerine Larson, Beverly Blandy Betty Weleh, Ruth Jamison, Adrienne Aslin. Jean Stewart, Mary Laura Lunnehorg, Shir- ley Christensen, Jackie Hurd. Second row: Ray Anderson, Gary Hannenman. Stella Hamilton, Bernadine Kussman, Carol Halver- son, Letty Boutwell. Fred Kolb, Wayne Livengood. Back row: John Worley. Lee Wallick, Jimmie Gower. Don Fowlds, Dar- rell Morford, Charles Dean, Ronald Hulbert, Kenneth Daly, Larry Shaw, Gary Hanson. sixty-one Mr. Barnard 117 Front row: Ronald Sanders, Patricia Kipp, Dorothea Hilborn, Shirley Paulson, Elva Reynolds, Norma Hahn, Betty Pickelsimer, Jimmie Walker. Second row: Joan Quass, Joan Rice, Geraldine Yager, Robin Johnson, Minnie Forester, Phyllis Glen, Louise Hil- liard, Joan Hiatt, Gayle Pilant, Shirley Ewy. Back row: Robert Statty, George Pixley, Edward Rollins, James Walkup, Jimmy Tin- nell, Chris Smith, Ray Hyde, Mr. Barnard. Mr. Boettcher 316 Front row: Douglas Halin, Ronald Groh. Peggy Freeland, Yvonne Blackstone, Doro- thy Lobdell, Marleen Lasher, Arnold Wand- ler, Roland Mitchell. Mr. Boettcher. Second row: Brian Galech, Lenna Rose, Sarah Har- per, Myrna Plock, Marlene Emley, Betty Kindle, Joan Duke, Inga Pederson, Shirley Dougherty, Jerry Sullivan. Back row: Rod- erick McGillivray, Kenneth Rozelle, Bob Taigen, Dixie Lee Frisbie, Vivian Mullenis. Gale VanHover, Kenneth Scott, Gene Hone, Jack Hiatt, Clarence Snow. Mr. Davis 211 Front row: June Madison, Gloria Hecla, Lois Kooistra, Cleo Johnson, June Dreyer, Patricia Strom, Rae Anna McDonald, Mary Lee McLachlan, Jack Fisher, Les Richard- son. Second row: Darwin Lane, Floyd John- son, Beverly McLaurin, Marlys McGeorge, Beverly Koom, Darlene Lowery, Phyllis Luschei, Joyce Kippen, Greta Johnson, Ron- ney Scalera, Cody Keys, Gary Hundeby, Mr. Davis. Back row: George Hagen, Benny Milikowski, Willis Roberts, Robert Olsen, Ronald Kohl, Wayne Breeden, Milan Rem- ington, Tom Tweet, Jack Hill, Albia Boyd, Coewell Gaines. Mr. Drumheller 217 Front row: Carole Fairfax, Norma Todd, Leahmae Moore, Sylvia Betts, Joyce Elliott, Janice Mess, Clifford Vill, Marlyce Buell, Janette Holman, Carol Schrock, Mary Alice Smith. Second row: Mr. Drumheller, Dean Goodwin, Jeanne Feogins, James Littlejohn, Marilyn Senter, Colleen Somerville, Carol Abbot, Patricia Schneider, Lowell Johnson, Joanne Cook. Back row: Jean Clark, Joyce McCoy. Thomas Orth, Marvin Shakelford, Eldon Manteuffel, Donald Batilaan, Carl David, Stanley Ruberson, Richard Fassness, Elbert Benson, Kathryn McDaniel. sixty-two Mrs. Hawes l 15W Front row: Elma Thew, Don Lang, Mack McGetrick, Beverly Zimmerman, Sharon Russell, Kenneth Keen, Merwin Griffith, Diane Corbin, Barbara White, Margaret Watson. Elnora Stoller. Second row: Mrs. Hawes, Joyce Richwine, Suzanne Walfers, Gwen Upp. Bill Lennard, Tom Thompson, Robert McNabb, Ray Welch, Roger Morse, Darrell Cafaro, Marilyn Sander, Arlys Ann Schaffer. Back row: Edwin Green. Virgil Kroupa, Edith Anderson, Joan Miller. Joan Ring, Barbara Caudill, Claudia Sorenson, John Mullenix, Wilbur Paul, Ronald Layton, James Nevin, Jack Nevins. Mrs. Oppen 212 Front row: Pat French, Rose Fisher, Rae Nickell, Sharon Levick, Donna Jean Thomas, Virginia Jahn, Pattie Tucker, Carol Maas, Joanne Caputo, Treva Griffith. Second row: Rosalind Lindsley, Mary Coykendall, Kay Worthington, Darlene Leahy, Kay Kronen- berg, Sheila Sauser, Diana Lanham, June Schiengler, Karen Abener, Mrs. Oppen. Back row: Carol Lee Bacon, Marion Crowl, Joann Reed, Barbara Morris, Paula Quine, Violet Oye, Patricia Thomas, Sharon Huston, Joan Roach, Maple Speller. Mr. Theodorson Z Front row: Dick Sharp, Ron Owen, Don Baumgart, Bill Beeman, Lowell Yeager, Dale Marquette, Del Erickson, Marvin Anderson, Keith Springer, Gary Ebel. Second row: Rob- bert Young, Rob Baithell, Milton Walters, Lynn Zumwalt, Paul Audel, Larry Katsel, Jimmy Brown, Gary Bowker, John Covey. Bob Brown, Don Stoekner, Mr. Theodorson. Back row: Gene Domstad, James Talver, John Zimmerman, Jim Nordley, Pete Ber- quist, Jay Jarpe, Kenneth Blackman, Lavern Diol, Alan Pickett, Don Benedict, Jim Rosa. Mr. Watte 307 Front row: James Horn. Lois Moen. Joan Shepard, Gary Sipe, Gary Cassel, Carol Anderson, Marjorie Barker, Joyce Sarver, Nancy Gunning. Second row: Dorothy Jones, John Barringer, Sally Morgan, Leta Cooper, Jeannette Haniblin, John Alexander, Robert Aucutt, Pauline Fendler, Barbara Bendfelt. Mr. Watte. Back row: Bill Graham. John Denbeigh, Jerry Stillwell, Howard Fother- gill, Arlene Kuta, Lois Glenn, Joe Janlsch, Dan Johnson, Donald Berilla, sixty-three Mr. Whitaker 301 Front row: Albert Shawley, Marc Shepard, Pinkey Poole, Betty Warrington, W a n d a Fairbanks, V i r g i n i a Huber, Neil Wallen, Curtis Seiser. Second row: Lee C h a r e st, Lloyd Brown, Don Faraca, Nadine Renault, JoAnn Sprat, Joyce Sampson, Diane Pome- roy, Bonnie Smith, Maud Neil, Jim Johnson. Dennis Ross, Forrest North. Back row: Mr. Whitaker, Maxine Young, Kari Nygaard, Arvilla Rockstad, Diane Seniw, Janet Holin, Jackie Pintler, Dorothy Nolan, Harvey Dye, Dick Disney, Ron Fechner, Jim McLean. MIXED Mr. Bradford C-1 Front row: Ralph Ferguson, Allan Lambdin, Bob Wirsch, Mr. Bradford, Richard Munk, Don Berg, Don Ernst. Second row: Tom Burch, Alan McReynolds, Alan Christiansen, Bruce Short, Earl Smith, Dennis Eaton, Bill Oberheu . Back row: Larry Kiser, Jim Squires, Don McCullough, Frank Storey, Bob Lewis, Gerald Fry, Dick Lindelof, Duane Stark. sixty-four 251,-1 4... . Preparing girls for future lzomenzal-'ing is the pleasant duty of the home economics rlepartment. Pictured in llliss Neuma'u's Clothing II class are .lo Arm Burns, Donalee Springer, Miss Neuman, Beverly Blandy mul Leah I'fyid7IIH1l. Mechanical drawirtg classes, prevocational work for lm-us interested in industrial arts, prepares stuflerzts for 'wood and metal shop courses. Mr. Theodorson checks on Bob Sliser and Allan Shields in his first period class. Mi I and "- . ' M '-fu ,....+ - -.:...af.-i ..,:...g ,, . , - 1' . S.,..,..., -..r .-- - .W , . , ,...........-n . Jlr. .lo111'.v 1H'l'l1lII'I'A' fo xlzmc' ll 11111z'i1f fo his firxf pvriml l'. S. 1161111.11 vlaxx. 311111011 piclzlrffs Z'iSIlI1II,lf 1Ira111afi::1' l1i.v1nr'11, flu' nrls, 111111 .v1'i1'111'f'.v info irlfzfrvxfirzg Nfll!1il'N for .vf111l1f11f.v. Thr url llf'IIllI'fIIIl'IIf pr1'p11r1'x 110111 fllosff .vf111l1'11I.v wlm plan fo nznkr arf Uwfr carwr and Hzoxz' who 1'11jn'q if 1111'r1'I'11 ax r1'1'r1'afiu11 in IIIlIII'If of flu' f11111l111111'11f11l fypruv 111111 111-11 llifllll'-V of arf work. .H righf an' IA'0lIll Uvffzlzwr, 111111 llrrgrrf 117111 Pfri IV11g111'r. ,ln flNllI'l1fil'lII llflllllllfl' uxrzl 11.11 JI1'rl.1111 .-I111l1'rl11'rg 111111 Grzzva' Ilnrrzing ix 11111' of fill' 1111111.11 in1'rig11i11g lIi1'l'l'.S' of 1'l1Ili1I!lIt'llf fllllf l'l1!'lIIi-Yffllf .vfllrlfvlfx hazw' 1111 0pp11r1'1111if'q in IlXl'. Iilnrurulf l'l'f'f'l'l'Ill'l' wnrlr ix 1l111l1'r!aL'1'11 by i111'0111i11g NfIllll'IIf.V as par! of fhwir 1'f11qlixl1 1'011r.s'1'. I V 1 v . ' . II11' l1l1r11r.11, TPIIICII z'011f11111.v n'1'1'r 10.000 1'ol111111'.v, ix our of flu' Inav! in H112 .vrlmol .9-y.vf1'111, sixty-five if93'V3fy.,fyjik'Kw wif MW f 'FQA3 cwfff ,awe :YSL ' if ' ,,lv..,fdff"'J J y if WWXWM. 4 by Q' ' I 'wx iw 'Diff M , ff Wfff Wy 1 I 'fs LA , W 41 A. ka, "0V""'hp"'-lw..4l Jklz IP. - k W ,I Q glmlgklzflirg ,, , , f 'A ML. n M V Wu V x X ' sf, fLvl, L' 'Ly .LSA '1 jf , ,Q 1-sl' if-f awk ' 4 'ifychi 15 THE AUDITORIUM WING 55? TUDE T REPRE E S. R. A. OFFICERS-"Smiling for the birdie" are Cliff Lunne- borg. chairman ol' the assembly: Joyce Lee, vice chairman: Shirley Hinkle, secretary: and Tom Harris, sergeant at arms They were elected from the r 1 bf tl g otp 5 ie home room representatives, 'l'A'I'lVIl ASSEMBLY 'l'he S. R. A. composed ol' representa- tives from the home rooms, was organized at the beginning ol' the fall semester to take over the duties of the Associated Student councils until a new student body consti- tution could be prepared. During the semester, the assembly had charge ol' the pop corn stand in the cafe- teria. Color week. the Sadie Hawkins day dance, and the senior reception were spon- sored by the group. Advisers ol' the assembly. which mel period 2 throughout the semester in 207. were Patricia Damon and Roy Carriker. S. R. A -Front row, left to right: Lou Jean Reid. Janet Peter, Grace Horning, Joyce Byrne. Jo Ann Garske, Sharon Lee Levick, Roselie Collins, Shirley Hinkle. Second row: Florence Coleman, Dorothy Conway, Gwen UDP, Ellen Kawaguchi, Cecil Gohrman. Gail Jackson, LaVonne Tea' Doroth H i ht, J St l J G b ' ., y ag oyce empe, oanne ar er, LaVonne Mertes. Third row. Willy Roberts, Ed Gilkev, Patt Schrader, Carol Griggs Rena Toll, Janet S iibb B ' S 'th C l R ll P K A , qt , onnie mi , aro usse , eggb' ooken, Janice Thorsen. Alice Maddux, Joan Rice, Jack Meredith, Dan Benedict, Rio Corser. Fourth rcw: Bill Loveless, JB Hefferlin, Larry Garlinghouse, Bill Langdon, Dave Enberg, Don Perry. Dick Smith, Jim Tefft, Charles Mochel, James Loske, Ron Israel. Patil Collord, Don Mills, Bruce Robertson. si,1'ly-eight THE SSUCIATED Among the many noteworthy events olf the year was the lorniation of the new stu- dent government and the writing and ac- ceptance ol' its constitution by the student body. Over twenty connnittees were organ- ized by the S. R. A. and connnissioned to investigate phases ol' school activity and suggest ideas for their embodiment in the constitution. 'll h e s c connnittees then turned their suggestions over to a central constitutional connnittee. whose duty it was to examine the recomnlendations and incorporate them where possible. lContinued on page 1681 ' ag TUDE 'I' COU CIL STUDENT BODY OFFICERS-First student body officers elected by popular vote of the students were Rod Walker. fifth executive: Stan Framstad. treasurer: Suzi Ellis. secretary: JB Hefferlin. vice president: Nadine Ruhling, president. .L HOUSE AND SENATE-Front row, left to right: Nyla Orness, Betty Ullman Helen Reser. sophomore senator: Grace Horning and Cliff Lunneborg, senior senators: June Evans. junior senator: Bill Hoagland. sophomore senatorg Gwenn Upp. freshman senator: Lynn Fackenthall, Barbara Carr. Second row: Carol Schrock. Sharon Levick. Carol Levick, Carol Russell, Dianne Wil- son, Barbara McCarty, June Bergland, Joan Crandall, Roberta S.nith, Joan Walker. Pat Duncan. Blanche Harvey. Beverly Fritch. Nancy Pencosk . Third row Bob Skinner S l i H h D nn N l T Th A Bl D , y : . y v a anna , 0 a e son, om ornpson, nn odgett. on Dolan, Don Gaby, Dick Wrenn, Dick Gustafson, Bob Bryce, Virgil Becker, Jim Dunsire, Jack Fisher, Pat Dunlop, Dorothy Froehlich, Jackie Rice. Back row: Yvonne Schoepke, Donna Nelson, Dan Benedict, Jim Tefft, Charles Dysari, Charles Nealey. Jerry Chris- tianson, Jack Munn, Joe Murphy, Les Samels, Skip Pixley. Burt Byrne, Merlyn Andcrberg, Melvin Varner. Carol Anderson, Marjorie Hartman. sixty-nine Front row, left to right: Adren Browning, Don Gaby, Dick Bauman, Stanley Framstad, Bill Flinn, Maurice Miles, Ray Lackey, Mr. Malterner, adviser. Second row: Jack Morgan. Phillip Soike, Tom Deno, Mel Varner, Bill Cook. Third row: Ron Israel, Cliff Lunneborg, Gerald Fry. I HE TRAFFIC SQUAD directs traI'fiti up and down the stairs and through the halls. TRAFFIC QUAD, C0 ll CT BOARD E s F Front row, left to right: Lowell C. Bradford, adviser: Connie Quam, secretary: Mickey McHargue, president: Sunshine Gilmore, con commissioner, Murlin Varner, ground squad commissionerg Joan Cochran, h all commissioner: Bill Flinn, traffic squad commissioner, THE CONDUCT BOARD, the judicial regulation olhfenders. Conduct officers departmelit, passes judgment on all school were selected by League and Fed officers. seventy K Front row, left to right: Grant Walter, Alvin Greening, Merlin Varner, Harold Parker, Don Ernst, Clifford Garvor, Ron Haga- done, Mr. Malterner, adviser. Second row: Larry Garlinghouse, Kenneth Cool, Virgil Purcell, John Mead, Everett Bailey, Bill Kiper, Dick Reidburn. Back row: Ronny Hendricks, Alan Torgenson, Jack Meredith. THE GROUNDS SQUAD, a conduct-regulation group, is in charge ol' cliscipline in lower halls anal cafeteria during lunch periods. GRIIUND QUAILCO DEPUTIE Front row, left to right: Beverly Groom, Doris Nelson. Nancy Dixon. Marilyn Shields, Joan Henle, Bunny Bart.eson. Second row: Bill Jobb, Bob Firor, Jim Tefft, Bud Woodbury, Bill Stewart, J. B. Hefferlin, l'llE CON DFPUTIES supervise behavior al all convocations. They are zlppointeil by the ron foniniissioner with l'0llilllCl board approval. seventy-one Front row, left to right: Eaine Sullivan, Darlene Blandy, Marilyn Shields, Jean Hoagland, Shirley Spink, Vivian Thompson, Gertrude Schneider. Second row: Nadine Ruhling, Arlene Gilbert, Hallie Fleenor, Joan Shultz, Lorraine Frost, Murlane Davis, Mary Jane Grady. Donna Moe. Third row: Joyce Kooistra, Ginger Coomes, Betty Jess, Betty Freeman, Gloria Green, Diane Wil- son. Janice Thorsen, Jeanne King, Joanne Gruber, June Johnson, THR GYM OFFICIC AND TUXVEI, MONITORS are 21 pzirl ol' the groups serving the girls gym clepzirlnicnl. GYM QIFFICE M0 ITOR , ll LL PIl0C'l'0R V 1 ' if wiv 5 1' xr Y V' 4 Front row, left to right: Fenn, Georgia Anderson, Sally Ann McDermott, Joyce Szymczak, Dixie Roberts, Myrtle McKnight. Second row: Hazel Dean, Joyce Tanner, Diane Danielson, Lynn Fackenthall, Cla u dia Bratton, Florence Marisch, Marianne Jaynes. Third row: Maureen Cluff, Virginia French, Marlene Kilham, Mardene McCarrey. Carolyn Hutchins, Geraldine Cash, Peggy Schussler. THF HfXI,l. l'RUC'I'ORS are slzuionecl Lhl'OllgilOlll Lhc halls during the day and have the 2lllli'l0l'lly lo give comliul slips lo those sluclenls without passes. sc'1imil1l-limo - - ai, gig? af. ex. gm. Q ,ee Front row, left to right: Betty Jess, Marilyn Peterson, Margaret May, Diane Samuels. Jo Ann Freema Fisken. Jane Klaus. Second row: Gloria Minelli, Marilyn Cerenzia, Rosiland Gwenn, Mary Lunneborg, Priscilla Turk, Suzi Ellis Pat Hirth, Joanne LaF'ace, Shirley Manluvc. n, Peggy Kooken, Louise LOCKHR MONITORS, unclcr thc liiI'CQ'li0ll ol' Miss Dznnon. check llic passes ol. :ill girls entering' the locker minus. LUCKER M0 l'l'0R. , ll LL Pli0C'l'0ll' in Front row. left to right: Ann Blodgett, Shirley Kinne, .Io AnneBurns, Bunny Bartlson. Joan Cochran, JoAnne Freeman, Vir- ginia Trefry. Second row: Gay Stephanson. Janice Lust, Lynne Hugo, Darlene Blandy, Diane Samuels, Helen Hubbell. Third row: Gloria Minelli, Marilyn Cerenzia, Shirley Lambert, Donna Morford. Beverly Gardner, Dorothy Harkins, Pat Bishop. H.AXl.l. PROCIJORS. making up the fourth coiiiliui regulation gmiip, were chosen :incl supervised this year by Nlr. Czirrikcr. seventy-three FALL LEAGUE OFFICERS-Front row, left to right: Shir- ley Hinkle, secretary: Frances Bennett, treasurer, Back row: Shirley Feeder, presidentg Dorothy Mele, vice-president, GIRL ' LEAGUE North Central's Girls' League is a serv- itie group striving always to attain those high ideals deemed so essential by its cre- ator, Miss Jessie Gibson, in l9l8-ideals symbolized in the League emblem ol' honor, service, and loyalty. The League. under the advisership ol Miss Patricia Damon. sponsored the Pl.-X membership drive, Thanksgiving and Christmas baskets lor needy families, and Big Cousins group. a counselling service lor new girls entering North Central. 'llhe League began the fall semester with a change in the membership ol' Cent- on FALL CENTRAL COUNCIL-Front row, left to right: Dorothy Cosby, Kathleen Bigham, Dorothy Mele, Shirley Feeder, Frances Bennett, Shirley Hinkle, Jeanne King, Second row: Diane Wilson, Gloria Green, Sunshine Gilmore, Sally Langdon, Joan Cochran, Dorothy Swank, Lois Jaeoy, Third row: Virginia Long, Claudia Bratton, Darlene Lowery. Jeanette Hamblin, Barbara Dowler, Barbara Garside, Dianna Pomerov. smventy-fmlr SPRING CENTRAL COUNCIL-Front row, left to right: Janet Squibb. Connie Quam, Sunshine Gilmore, Miss Damon. Barbara Carr, Bobbie Sehussler, Beverly Summers, Jean Oberhue. Second row: Barbara Brennan. Leona Weaver, B a r ba r a Lee White. Mickey McGeth-ick, Marian Seidel, Helen Reser. Janice Springer. Rae Ann Long, Grace Ide. Heleen Reed, Myrtfe McKnight, Mary Lee McLaughlin, Third row: Jeanette Hamblin, Janice Lust. Suzie Ellis. Velda Brooks. Shirley Dougherty, Diane Pomeroy, Jackie Linder, Virginia Jahn, Mary Penna. June Evans, Rosie Porta. Beverly Blayden. Gloria Green. Helen Hubbell. Virginia Trefry, Carolyn Crowe. Fourth row: Leity Boutwell, Gayle Yenney, June Johnson. Ann Boutwell. Gail Jackson. Jean Charbitlak. Dorthea Hilborn. Delores Schaffer, LaVerne Heckel, Lois Galloway, Fisken. ral Llouncil. The council. consisting now ol' representatives lrom the home rooms. is entlowecl with complete legislative powers antl is presimlecl over by four executive olil'ic'ers. A Dall-Daugliter banquet was initiatecl in November uncler the supervision of Central Council. The banquet., honoring North Central fathers, was helcl in the school cafeteria. The League. each semester awarmls em- bossed pins to girls who have earned Ill points in the League. and have maintained an acleqitate citizenship antl scholastic' reeorcl. Joan Aklund, Judy Lathrop, Lora Lee McDougall. Louise CIC SPRING LEAGUE 0FFlCERSJFrorut row, left to right: Con- nie Quam. seeretaryg Miss Patricia Damon, adviser: Bobbie Sehussler. treasurer. Second row: Barbara Carr, president: Sunshine Gilmore, vice-president, seventy-five FALL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL- Front row, left to right: Don Brown. Jim McLean, Dave Strawn, Tom Deno, Murlin Varner. Second row: Phillip Soike, Louis Becker, Buzz Burton, Bill Klise, Ken Benshoof, Larry Kiser, Mickey McHargue, Jim Gillogly, JB Hefferlin. Third row: Mr. Bradford, Bruce Me- Lean, Ray Lackey, Bob Newland, Vern Osterback, Frank Spray, Bill Stewart. Bill Flinn, Maurice Miles. FALL OFFICERS-Front row, left to right: Mickey Mc- Hargue, financial secretary: George Burton, treasurer: Lowell C. Bradford, adviser. Second row: Larry Kiser, clerk: Ken Benshoof, president: Bill Klise, vice president. THE BUY ' The Boys' Federation has again been the main cog in the activity machine for boys at North Central, with a varied pro- gram carried on through the executive council, the Federations governing body. The New Boys' stag was held in Oc- tober: the Archie Buckley football award was presented this year to George Manosi and monthly convocations sponsored by FALL COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN-Front row, left to right: Philip Soike, Louis Becker, Kenny Benshoof, Jim Gillogly, JB Hef- ferlin. Second row: Gerald Fry, Jack Vogel, Jim Roberts, Maurice Miles, Jack Fiskness, Don Hergert, Ron Israel. Third row: Barry McMahon. Stan Framstad, Bob Reser. John Edwards, Richard Guy, Chuck Chandler, Don Perry, Jack Meredith. seventy-six SPRING EXECUTIVE COUNCIL-Front row, left to right: Tom Deno, Virg Duchow, Jack Fiskncss, Mickey MCI-iargue. Dave Strawn, Larry Kiser. Chuck Chandler. Second row: Bob Newland. Vern Osterbach. JB Hefferlin, Jim lVlcLt-an. Lloyd Olson, Dick Gustafson. FEDERATHI QW thc Feel featured outstanding speakers. he athletes, and entertainers. The Feds executive council is com- posed of ol'l'ic'crs. tlcpartlncnt licatls. class representatives. and boys engaged in vari- ous school organizations anti activities. Four clcpartnieut heads have responsi- bility for twenty-live l'OllllIlillCCS estab- . I V . .. . - SPRING OFFICERS-Left to right: Virg Duchow. treasurer: l1SilCCi to IIZIINHC SpCl'lilf' cluties ol the Mickey McHargue, president: Dave Strawn, vice president: Jack Fiskness. clerk. Federation. SPRING COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN-Front row, left to right: Frank Storey, Dick Meyer, T. J. Otterbein, Richard Green, Maurice Miles, Chuck Chandler, Vern Osterback, Mickey McHargue, Larry Kiser. Charles Crow. Bob Resvr. Gerald Fry. Bill Oberhue. Second row: Dick Greenwood. John Edwards, Jack Meredith. Don Hergert. Dir-k Gustafson. Jim Roberts. Lowell C. Bradford, adviser: Stan Framstad. Don Ernst. Barry lVlclVIahon, Dennis Rolf. sMw11ty-smwll FALL RED FEATHER OFFICERS, photographed on the play- field, were Doris Nelson, historian-reporter: Jeanne King, sec- retary: Nancy Dixon, sergeant at arms: and Dorothy Cosby, chairman. The officers, elected by the Red Feathers group, act as Miss Pinkhanfs assistants. ls - ' ., A - I A i '-:."" Q l .1 ll p in Q. MW... A , ' . I ' NN Q A if .fi s f f lf' tr't"?' E A , fi l J We tiff gy ,VI . W, sos. . SPRING RED FEATHER OFFICERS were Shirley Farrell, chairman: Dorothy Swank, secretaryg Diane Crow, historian- reporter: and Peri Wagner, sergeant at arms. They have served as leaders in the Red Feathers' spring activities. THE RED Organized in H138 by their present director. Miss Elsa Pinkhani, the Red Feathers have become an integral part oi' North Central. Their unique uni- forms and perlorinances have made them an outstanding unit in the city. 'llhe group which started with I8 girls, today boasts over l00 in its ranks. "Red Feathers" was chosen by the stu- dents as the naine for the unit. It repre- sents not only the costume worn by the girls but also is representative of North Central and Spokane. Red Feathers take part in football stunts and parades and are active sup- porters ol' the year-around sports pro- RED FEATHERS-Front row, left to right: Kathleen Bigham, Color Guardg Lucille Phipps, Maryellen Wilson, Dorothy Haight, Marilyn Shields, Dorothy Mele, Dorothy Cosby, Jeanne King, Norma Tefft, Shirley Hinkle, Catherine Wagner, Beverly Timmers. Second row: Peggy Schussler, Shirley Lynch, Connie Manskey, Erma Jean Alexander, Betty Ullman. Helen Lewison, Betty Knut- son, Shirley Farrell, Joan Rutt, Audrey Springer, Clarice Barth, LeAnn Johnson. Third row: Kathleen Champlin, Marian Babcock. La Vonne Teal, Barbara Elmslie, Dixie Lee McMurray, Connie Quam, Dorothy Swank, Norma Oliver, Gene Sprinkel. Ann Bout- well. Fourth row: Sally Fisken, Barbara Allen. Bev Groom, Blanche Harvey, Margie Hartman, Shirley Widman, Virginia Trefry, Imogene Knight. Gertrude Schneider, Diane Wilson, Gloria Green. sm1c'1it11-ffiglzl. FEATHER grant. Senior .-X's in the group are candi- dates each year lor sports princess-in the lall. the Football princess: in the spring. the Spring Sports princess. 'l'he candidate introductory convocation pre- sented by the Senior A Red Feathers is traditional at North Central. Red Feathers before graduation must take a liall lirst aid course, which consists ol' text book and practical skills. All girls passing the course receive a Red Cross rard. Juniors and seniors with C grades or better. active in girls sports. compose the marching unit. "Gee, this is exciting," says Larry Kiser, surrounded by his Red Feather-Cheer Leader harem. The happy smiles indicate another Injun score. 5 4 6 4. 45. l r RED FEATHERS-Front row, left to right: Bobbie Sehussler, Shirley Feeder. Barbara Seiser, Delores Watt, Nancy Dixon. Doris Nelson, Hazel Dean, Mary Ann Loan, Thelma Doggett, Joyce Byrne, Shirley Manlove, Frances Bennett. Color Guard. Second row: Sunshine Gilmore. Sally Jo Langdon, Pat Dunlap, Leta Cook, Marilyn Wagner. Diane Crow, Fay Woodward, Beverly Summers, Barbara Carr. Joan Lyons, Roselie Collins. Third row: Sarajenniel Emerson, Lavon Taylor, Jackie deSarro. Dorene Herrington. June Hartnett, Joanie Dunham, Loretta Gleason, Louise Waugh, Jean Noel, Stella Martello. Fourth row: Marilou Ludwigson, Donna Phelps, Willomae Saiter, Marian Mosso, Eulale Rognlie, Grace Horning, Marlene Bartlett. Virginia Coberly, Nancy Pencosky, Mary Penna. seventy-ninc COLOR GIRL FALL OFFICERS, photographed on the stair- way after decorating for Color Week, were Carol Anderson, historian reporter: June Johnson, chairman: Barbara Mc- Carty, sergeant at arms: and Ruth Shearer, secretary. COLOR GIRL SPRING OFFICERS, elected by the Color Girl unit. were. front row: Pat Sehraeder, sergeant at arms: Carol Griggs, historian reporter. Back row: Barbara DeFeyter, chair- man: Jackie Linder, sercretary-treasurer. The officers help Miss Hetherington with Color Girl activities. CIILCIR "'l'o promote school spirit and an in- terest in all athletic activities about North Central" is the purpose oi the Color Girls. Organized with 20 freshnien and sopho- mores in 1930 as an honorary service group, the Color Girls now has a nienibership ol' 75 and has become a cheering and march- ing unit. During the past school year. Color Girls have taken part in football half-time stunts and parades along with the Red Feathers and Band. Although the SRA sponsored Color week. the group took their tradi- tional part in making it a success. Color Girls wore their uniforms to school during the week, miniature shakers were made and distributed, and goal posts on the play- COLOR GIRLS-Front row, left to right: Carol Anderson, Barbara McCarty, Shirley Nevin. Louise James, Shirley Dubray, Carol Griggs, Wilma Taylor, Lenor Sontag, Lorna Zorn, Jo Ann Garske. Second row: Shirley Bass, Joyce Tanner, Coty Kloos. Diane Samuels, Sunny Steele, Doris Loan, Carolyn Crowe. Pat Brennan, Carol Beaty, Jeanne Frieske, Kaye Whitaker. Third row: Joanne Baxter, Marilyn Cerenzia, Gloria Minelli, Jo Ann Burns, Jeannie Johnson, Janet Jones, Pat Morton, Ginger Coomes, Mary Ann Malmquist, Lou Ann Habel. eighty t f GIRL Q lieltl. where the N. C.-Gonzaga game was playetl. were cleeorzitetl with streamers. Miss Ruth Hetheringlon. girls' physi- fzll etlileation instructor. is tlirector ol' the orgzmization. Color Girl olliicers were electetl every semester from sophomore A members. lhey assist Miss I-Ietherington in planning the groups activities. Each semester the lour Color Girl olli- cers :mtl Miss Hetherington compose the group which select new Color Girls by tryouts. l:l'CSlllll2lll :mtl sophomore li girls with C grades or better are eligible. A girl lllllsl turn in an application and show her ability in marching zmcl clzineing before the 'utl0'es. 0 PAPER HANGERS Shirley Bass, Janet Jones. and Donna Barney prepare Color week decorations while Lcnor Sontag and Wilma Taylor pin them up. COLOR GIRLS-Front row, left to right: Betty Werhan, Co'leen Corbin, Barbara DeFeyter, Margene Lang, Joanne Cogley, Diane Danielson, Patty Sehraeder, Reba Walser, June Johnson, Ruth Shearer. Second row: Jackie Linder, Lois Oxrieder, Barbara Keats, Robin Rymond. Ann I-ledger, Janice Springer, Phyllis Phillips, Carol Slosser, Pat Breeden. Carolyn Wilson. Third row: Dawn Springer, Pat Hirth, Claudia Bratton, Kay Andre, Louise Fisken, Leah Wiclman, Joan Shultz, Beverly Blayden, Mildred Bettis, Donna Barney. eighty-one FULL BAND-Front row, left to right: Tommy Burch. Gerald Fry, Dennis Eaton. Dick Lindelof. Second row: Bob Luntsford, Alan Torgerson, Jack Vogel, Dick Greenwood. Albert Walker, Dale Hundeby, John Brewer, Dale Marquette. Third row: Don Weaver, Dick Burson, Bob Reser, Jack Munn. Gene Harvey, Marvin Sampson, Cowell Gaines, Dick Monoghan. Bruce Grandstaff. George Taylorson. Doug Rider, Rodney Leaf, Fourth row: Gary Austin, Kenny Abbey, Dan Rosa, Ken Dunn, Charles Henthorn. Don Smith, Jim McLean, Kenneth Keen, Gifford Spitzer, Durwood Johnson, Lee Charest, Samuel Stillwell, Gary Hundeby, Jim Poole, Charles Hill, Louis Starner, Fifth row: Allen McKennett, Lawrence Carver. Ronnie Layton, Lowell Yeager, Mack MeGetrick. Don Lang. Kenneth Bagdon. Roger Anderson. Sixth row: David Womack, John Tollefsen, Calvin Weimer, Jim Rosa, Patil Audcl. Don Stoebner, Kenny Rozelle. William Ellern, Bob Steffer, Bob Jobb, John Spry, David Ensberg. Marion Pease, Larry Kiser, Bill Oberheu. THE URTH CE TRAL BA D . lim' tlzt' ryixzluzlx rluugf, . Ind H10 11111.vic's xnzlzvilzizl' gfruud! .I rrcviil lo ofa' NC' liigfll lx liI'tllI'f-t7I'll,'N llltllltlll IYKIIIKII. 'l'he North Central bzincl has continuetl to bring lainie to the school lor the IJZISL 28 years uncler the guidance ol' Lowell C. l3rzicll'orcl. clirector. Both niarchiiig and concert work has brought praise from all parts ol' the Northwest. A new high in enrollment was reached ' . ' Y' rr v ' - , LOWELI, C. BRADFORD, distinguished director of the In thc fall Huh hw boys Slgnul up' NOI'lh Central biilld. tContinucd on page l74l eighty-two .L 1i ll i if j A Aikbifai FULL BAND-Front row, left to right: Merlyn Anderberg, Richard Minkler, Max Urbach, Austin Moerle. Second row: Richard Douglas, Leon Williams Doug Halin, John Denbeigh, Ron Sealera, Everett Story, Ralph Ferguson, Richard lllunli. llieliarll Green, Frank Storey. Third row: Roger Davis, Bill Young, Gordon Peckham, Lynn Hawes, Ray Edwards, Boll Bradley, Din-li Lathrop. Richard Patterson, Diek McCoy, Earl Smith. Alan MCReynoldS, Jim Squires. Don Berg, Fourth row: Dwight l'alnier, Diek Schmidt, Norman Berry, Karl Meister, Neil Iverson, Roland Carman, Gerald Gross. Daxe Strawn. John lllead. Gerald Ross, Tom Clutter. Grant Walter. Jack Fruit, Bruce Short., Alan Christiansen, Duane Stark, Fifth row: Bill Donaldson. Bruce Baker, Archie Oestreieher, Harold Williams, Bob Lewis. Sixth row: Don ML-Cullough. Kermit Johnson. Charles Crow. Don Town. Jim- mie Gaines, Leslie Sain:-ls, .lark Garvin, Alan Lambdin. Elwood Reynolds, Bob Wirsch, Ron Haynes, Gerald Davis, Rod Walker, Gordon Love, Bill Hoehne, Harry Perry, Bob Starry, Don Ernst. Jw' PEP BAND-Front row, left to right: Dick Lindelof, Frank Storey, Dennis Eaton, Richard lVIunk, Merlyn Ancis-i'bei'g. leader: Holm Lewis, Bob VVirseh. Gerald Fry, Ralph Ferguson. Second row: Earl Smith, Alan MeReynoldS, Jim Squires, Don Berg, Don Ernst. Alan Christian:-zen, Rruee Short. Third row: Don MeC'ullough. Tommy Bureh. Allan Iiambdin, Bill Olierlu-u, l.arr,x' Kiss-r. viglity-tlirvl R. Y , l 'Wat Ev 5 .4 , 1. 1 .4- Front row: left to right: Joyce Lee, Suzi Ellis, Nadine Ruhling, Shirley Enderson, Jean Hoagland. Second row: Donna Reed, Margie Werhan, Mabelle Mead, Rayona McCoury, Helen Tollefson, Patty Milam, 'VHF SONG l,Ii.XlJliRS c'omluc'l songs with gusto, :ulrling color :incl life to games :mil pep cons. 0 G LE DER , LIBRARY WGIRKER if ,,.,a-0 Front row: left to right: Shirley Manlove, Joyce Byrne, Eulale Rognlie, Shirley Leppink, Leahmae Moore, Alice Lee, Marlene Lasher, Joyce Enlow, Maxine Cox, Nadine Creek, Louise James. Second row: Reba Walser, Jackie Prall, Grace Horning, Laura Mae Stewart, Dorothy Mull, Gloria Widmer, Phyllis Luschei, Lois Kooistra, Pat Brennan. Third row: Bonnie Stutzman, Myrna Plock, Edna Worthington, Greta Johnson, Janet Halin, Shirley Bass, Patty Schrader, Shirley Dougherty, Joanne Ring, Diane Seniw. Fourth row: Lenora Jackson, LaVonne Mertes, Dorothy Nolan, Janet Peter, Beverly Nordlund, Carol Thompson. Fifth row: Lorna Zorn, Joyce Minden, June Madison, Melody Malone, Patsy Schweitzer, Yvonne Schoepke, Judy Cooper, Edith Johnston, Helen Foubert, Christine Rosing. THE I.IBRfXRY YVORKERS scrvc at the charging desk, as art library monitors, lioslcsses. and ?lll.CllCl3lllfC monitors. eighty-four Left to right: Bob Moylan. Maurice Miles, Joe Tewinkel, Dick Petragallo. ' ' N 1. . .F .'a'ea eJJ'muae L vo.'z" i""0'z 'V' scioo fe S. IHIL LHBFRIEXDERS i 1 ILLIX li s ulxuei annex ith l l ll CIIEER LE DER , LIBRARY WGIRKER Front row, left to right: Mrs. Ellis, assistant librarian, Carol Jean Smith, Carole Fairfax, Nada Arnold, Donna Vensel, Mary Smith, Evelyn Abbott, Pat Wilson. Second row: Marie Herberholz, Bonnie Smith, Janice Mess, June Evans, Barbara Perkins. Shirley Dubray, Joanne Frounfelter. Third row: Vernita Miller, Margaret Watson, Dora May Greeman, Ardenia McClure, Joan Crandall, Nancy Cox, Barbara Wright, Helena Watson, Arlene Erickson. Fourth row: Jackie Lindout. Joyce Luft. June Berglund. Elinor Hood, Ruth Cooper, Jacqueline Kinne, Joanne Brand, Ida Blair, Peggy Ellsworth. Fifih row: Beth Coe, Beverly Cline, Roma Bowles. Mabelle Mead, Wilda Nickell, Mary Ellen Hedrick, Mary Lou Jamison, Jean Bergiund. Sixth row: Mary Louise Coykendall, Patsy McCord, Barbara White, Frances Graham, Carolyn Wilson, Marjorie Hartman, Diane Corbin. Ll BRARY NVURKERS receive Girls' League points accorcliiig lo the number ol' periods served each semester in the library. eighty-five Front row, left to right: .Jeannie Johnson, Gloria Minelli, Violet Christman, Eleanor Bock, Barbara Goodman. Second row: Carol Nelson. Margaret Bell, Ruth Shearer, Norma Fairfax. THE BUOKRUOM AND OFFICE VVORKERS assist Mrs. Bayley and Mrs. Stoner in their respective departinents. BO0KRO0M WURKER and ROLL CIIECKER sfo Front row, left to right: Marian Crisp, Betty Reed, Audrey Springer, Vera Maye Bennett, Dolly Jensen, Beverly Blackwell, Barbara Britton, Glenna Duncan. Jacky Kinne. Second row: Shirlee Baum, Marlene Patjens, Heleen Reed, Margie Werhan, Joan Ennest, Dona Lee Cork, Barbara Elmslie, Murlane Davis, Norma Tefft, Blanche Harvey. Third row: Carole McBride, Pat Breeden, Marilyn Carlson. Dolores McGillivray, Dave Dow, Donalee Springer, Phyllis Phillips, Judy Lathrop, Marilyn Peterson. THE ROLL CHECKERS act as attendance clerks in both study halls. eighty-six n U If i Lef! to right: Mrs. Alice Gillespie in charge of cafeteria: Mrs. Grace Fry, Mrs. Doris Crow, Mrs. Elsie Berry, Mrs. Ellen Clough. THE CAFE'l'ERl.eX STAFF plans, cooks. :xml scrxfc thc mmonlimc lunrlu-s. CAFETEBIA STAFF and CUS'l'0IllANS Himw-:Q M V11 A Left to right: Arthur Baker, George Truedson, W. E. Rummer, Roscoe Jordan, L. Pontieri, Fred Uilrich. Joe Julian. E. D. Trapp L. D. Nuttmg, THE CUSTOIJI.-XNS, employed by the school clislricl, :mf thc lmuillling lllllllllL'lllllll'L CYCXV. rfig1l1ly-sv'm- of v aw exp or QUILL AND SCROLL-Front row, left to right: Merlyn Anderberg, Bill Stewart. Alvin Byrne, Don Hessleinan. Second row: Kathleen Bigham, Shirley Hinkle. Dorothy Cosby, Sunshine Gilmore, Jean Noel, Imogene Knight, Dorothy Haight. Third row: Barbara Carr. Grace Horning, lVIarilyn Shields, Doris Nelson, Frances Bennett. Diane Wilson. Gioria Green, Beth Coe, Lucille Bennett, Dorothy Mele, QUILL A ll tllllfllil., WAIIRIIIR. Quill anal Scroll, an international hono- rary society lor outstanding high school journalists, is composed ol' students who have clone clistinguisherl work in journal- isni ancl have been recoinniencletl li' the journalism aclviser. Miss Mcliennz is .acl- viser ol' the North Central c'hap?ih 'lhe lCllCl'll1Cll'S club. the NVarriors. pledges nienibers to hard and fair play, lt annually sponsors the Hobo Hop, ancl the football banquet. at which the football captain is presented with a trophy. Arl- visers lor l'Varriors this year were Mr. Dieclriclc ancl Mr. Hagen. WARRIORS-Front row. left to right: Dick Bauman, Jack Holmberg, Jim Roberts, R ol la n d Robbins, T. J, Otterbein, Mickey VIcHargue, Don Barth, Warren Heber, Ken Benshoof, Maurice Miles, Mr. Hagen. adviser. Second row: Bob Skinner, Bill Flinn, Bob Newland, Jack Fruit, Warde Sligh, Don Weaver, Dave Strawn, Don Shaw, Frank Wells, Stanley Framstad, Don Fleming, Jim Gillogly. Third row: Keith Darling, Skip Pixlcy. Jack Evenoff, Jack Fiskness. Tom O'Leary, Burt Lucas, Dick Edwards, John Edwards, Dennis Cantrell, Jim Tefft, Bill Hogan, Georize Manos. Elfllllll-P'i,QhY, TH ESPIANS-Front row, left to right: Charles Hudson, Marilyn Ellis. J, B. Hefferlin, Jean Hoagland, Lucille Phipps. Second row: Charles Mochel, Annette Bnwen, Jenette Brown, Diane Crow, Sally Langdon, Dorothy Mele, Ernest Knowles. TIIESPIA S, VOX PUELLARUM North Central Thespizins, troupe 628 Miss McRae and Miss Cleveland are co- oi' the National 'l'hespian society, is de- advisers of Vox Puellaruni. "Voice ol' the voted to the aclvancetnent of the rlratnatic Girls," fl social and philanthropic organi- arts in secondary schools. This year they lation. Each year Vox awards a key to the sponsored "Our Town" ancl "Life lVith girl who has accotnplishetl the most in high Father." Bob Drunlheller is club atlviser. school under the greatest hantlicap. VOX PUELLARUM-Front row, left to right: Dorothy Swank, Barbara Elmslie, Joan Cochrane, Barbara Ferree. Beth Coe, Joan Pennington. Second row: Gloria Green, Patty Milan, Dorothy Cosby, Shirley Hinkle, Dorothy Mele, Mrs. Wagner, Barbara Sciser. Katherine Wagner, Sarajenniel Emerson, Bobbie Schussler, Karin Cederwall. Third row: Barbara Carr, Cecil Gohrman, Carol Russell, Marion Seidel, Peggy Kooken, Lynn Fackenthall. Helen Reser, Jean Noel, Coralyn Wilson, Betty Noel, Virginia Tre-t'ry, Jane Anderson, Carol Jean Smith, Leah Widman, Shirley Widman, Grace Horning, eighty-niiiv AMORES LIBRORUM-Front row, left to right: Joyce Byrne, Grace Horning, Jean Noel, Donna Phelps, Willomae Saiter, Bev- erly Summers. Second row: Miss Bacon, adviser: June Evans, Shirley Farrell, Barbara Elmslie, Frances Bennett, Shirley Man- love, Joan Lyons.Third row: J. B. Hefferlin, Gerald Fry, Cliff Lunneborg, Dick Greenwood, Albert Walker, Alvin Bryne, Charles Nealey. Bill Green. Richard Minkler, Marvin Lanphere, Don Shaw, Tommy Burch, Alvin Greening, Merlyn Anderberg. AM0llE LIBRURUM, .P. Q. R. Miss Bacon, head librarian and ad- All students enrolled in Latin are eli- viser, organized Aniores Llbl'OTl1lll,NLOV- gible to join the Senatus Populus que ers of Books." The club has sponsored Ronlanus, "The Senate and the Roman Book WVeek eonvocations and contests and People." 'lihe club has held one business bought books lor the library. To join, meeting and one social gathering a month. one has to be on the honor roll. Adviser of the club is Miss Theis. 1 S.P.Q.R,-Front row, left to right: Imogene Knight, Shirley Manlove, Cecil Gohrman, Murlane Davis, Robin Rymond, Sarajen- niel Emerson, Leslie Tiffany, Nancy Cox, Harriet Blair, Carolyn Wilson, Gloria Green, Miss Theis. Second row: James Buckley, Don Shaw, Katie Thomas, Beverly Semling, Lorene Bentley, Kay Nordby, Coralyn Wilson, Carol Beaty, Lou Ann Habel, Lorna Zorn, Maurice Miles, Marvin Sampson. Third row: Adren Browning, Melvin Davis, Jay Jarpe, Albert Walker, Ron McFarland, Jack Morgan, Gerald Fry, Dick Lindelof, Merlyn Anderberg, Louis Starner. ninety l ART CLUB-Front row, left to right: Dewey Almas, Joan Henle. Violet Christman, Leta Cook, Kathleen Champlin, Jeannie Johnson. Second row: Don Hergert, Barbara Garside. Grace Horning, Peri Wagner. Carlyn Theige, Pat Breeden, Donna Moe. Joanne Freenian, JoAnne Garske. Third row: J. B. Hefferlin, Ann Boutwell, Shirley Dubray, Lorraine Mosling. Nancy Peneo- sky, Bob Moylan, Gayle Davis, Leona Weaver, Kenneth Mhyre. adviser. ART CL B, L TERTULI 'I'he Art club. with Kenneth Mhyre Any sluclenl. who is taking Spanish is aclviser. this year sponsorecl its first annual eligible to join I,a lerlulia, which means "Painting ol' the Year" contest ancl was in 'social gathering." Miss lioehnie and Mrs. charge ol' reclecoraling the art cleparlnienl.. Uppen are the aclvisers. 'llhe club has hacl Several members have won prizes in vari- one social lunclion anml two business nicel- ous city and stale art contesis. ings a llltllllll. fl LA TERTULIA-Front row, left to right: Sharon Leviek, Barbara Elmslie, Maxine Gannon, Grace Horning, Peri Wagner, Caro- lyn Willey, Beth Coe, Ann Hedger, Shirley Dubray, Judy Cooper, Beverly Fritseh, Helen Tollefsnn. Second row: Blanch Har- vey, Jo Ann Garske, Barbara Allen, Jean Elfring, Darlene Hickey, Bla n c h Pelleberg, Louise Waugh. LaVonne Graham, Pat Morton, Donna Lou Wrinkle, Shirley Longley, Joyce D'Assissi. Joanne Cogley, Lois Oxrieder. Third row: Mrs, Oppen, adviser: Dorothy Mele, Nancy Haskins, Jack Fisher, Bob Refvem, Roger Morse, Neil Austin, Fritz Mehlert. Bill Green, Allen Pickett., Dave Strawn, Robert Steffer, Donald Wold, Grant Walters, Richard Minkler, Bob LeLond, Jeanie King, Joyce Lee, Audrey Hunt, Miss Boehme, adviser. ninety-one Aguila All R , l l l l COMMERCIAL CLUB-Front row, left io right: Janie Powell, Jeri Kippen, Rayona McCoury, Loretta Gleason, Barbara Seiser, Shirley Spink, Patsy Lindberg, Heleen Reed, Vivian Thompson. Second row: Joanie Dunham, Betty Werhan Helen Hubbell. Dolores Coleman, Gloria Minelli, Martha Huddleston, Bunny Bartleson, Marilyn Cerenzia, Be th Coe, Karin, Cederwall, Gail Jackson. Third row: Zada Heuston, Sarajenniel Emerson, Jean Noel, Marilyn Chase, June Hartnett, Joanne Gruber, Sunny Steele, Mardene McCarrey, Nadine Ruhling, Dolly Jensen, Norma Jean Brand. CUMMERCIAL CL .X l'OllllllCl'Cl2li major or minor is the requirement for entrance to the Coni- niercial club. organized to further interest in coniniercial subjects. The club sponsors typing tests and awards pins to those typing 40. 50. or fill words 21 niinute. ,... .J . ,ff , B, MATH CLUB To be eligible to join Math club, three semesters of niatheniaties with three final 13's are required. An important activity of the club is the sponsorship of the znniual nlath contest. P. H. Nygaarcl is the aclviser of the club. MATH CLUB-Front row, left to right: Helen Tollefson, Joyce Byrne, Pat Smith, Margene Lang, Jim Gaines, Sally Langdon, Jean Hoagland, Shirley Manlove, Beverly Timmers. Second row: Mildred Bettis, Joanne Cogley, Catherine Wagner, Sarajenniel Emerson. Willamae Salter, Audrey Hunt, Donna Phelps, Margie Hartman, Fay Woodward, Thelma Doggett. Third row: Tommy Burch, Merilyn Anderberg, Murlin Varner, Alvin Byrne, Larry Kiser, Cliff Lunneborg, Gerald Fry, Albert Walker, Jack Munn. Don Ernst. ninety-two an-mann F. H. A.-Front row, left to right: Lois Nyreen, Norma Oliver, Beverly Summers. Ruth Cooper, Marian Williams, Grace Ide, Le-- nora Jackson, Miss Neuman, adviser. Second row: Dorothy Kennedy. Carole Holmberg. Audrey Miller. Jeannine Stevenson, Coty Klooz, Diane Danielson, Dawn Springer, Donalee Springer. Janutta Gardner. F.lI. ., WE TER Alllll. Future Homcmzikcrs ol' fXi11cric'zt is at Roy Czirrikcr is thc zulriscr ol' XVcst- nzitionzil orgzmizzition lor girls intcrcstetl crnztircs. iomulctl to proritlc at social outlct in improving lzmiily life. Girls who are for stuclcnls intcrcstctl in western clzinring. majoring or minoring in home economics Skating parties :mil tlzinrcs zirc among club with zi li average. :mtl 21 C average in :ill ztrtiritics. llic only pre-rcqtiisitcs :irc gootl other subjects are eligible to join. t'lizirzu'tcr :tml t'lllZCllSllllJ. r WESTERNAIRES-Front row, left to right: Myrna Plock. Marleen Lasher, Pat Smith. Lenora Jackson. Carol Levick, Graco Bar- ker. Shirley Ewy. Margerie Barker, Carol Maas, Joanne Baxter. Carol Anderson, Sharon Levick, Second row: Pat Radin. Mar- garet Herchelroth, Pat Brennan, Barbara Caudill, LaVonne Mertes, Sarajenniel Emerson, Dorene Koenig. Joyce Kolb. June- Berglund, Yvonne Schoepke, Jean Berglund, Mary Coykenclall. Louise Hoffman, Leslie Tiffany. Third row: Barbara Koth, Ted Holloway, Calvin Weimer, Bill Graham, Dud Woodbury, Bob Steffer, Gerald Davis. Larry Bockstruck, Harold Vanmirden, Milo Clark, Milton Walters, Marilyn Ellis. Fourth row: Jack Fruit, Adren Browning. Bob Stockman, Larry Garlinghouse. Don Shaw, Murlin Varner, Dwight Palmer, Richard Minkler, Bill Thomas. Ken Stn-wart. Charles Wiggins, liirtvlgl-llirt-1' 13235 X " " F FALL BUSINESS STAFF-Front row, left to right: Carol Slosser, Lou Ann Habel, Beth Reehl, Shirley Rosenstein, Bev Black- we.l. Back row: Donnalu Wrinkle, Alvin Greening, Jack Vogel, Gerald Fry, Don Hesselman, Dick Gustafson, Jean Hoagland. THE URTII No glzunorizcd "stop the presses"-no emotional "Copy boy, copy boy" calls re- sound above the Click of Lypcwritcrs and the drone of voices in 21 typical clay in the FALL EDITORIAL STAFF-From row left to right: Barbara N 1111 -nu-q ' - 'S fjlififc' Carr, Merlyn Anderberg, Sunshine Gilniore. Back row: Grace O CL K 1 NLM Hnrning, Alvin Byrne, Bill Stewart, Lucille Bennett. C3 FALL NEWS STAFF-Front row, left to right: Leona Weaver, Gloria Green, Diane Wilson. Joan Pennington, Nancy Dixon, Imogene Knight. Jean Noel Back row: Dorothy Cosby, Shirley Hinkle, Beth Coe, Lucille Bennett, Frances Bennett, Shirley Rosenstein, Hazel Dean, Jean Hoagland. Betty Hawes. 'rwirmty-four '-'ll 'I il igwyi' 'ff 9' ,Jn A b f-gf J. SPRING BUSINESS STAFF-Front row. left to right: Austin Moede, Bill Green, Bob Steffer, Joe Tewinkel, Jo Ann Garske. Joanne Cogley, Margene Lang. Back row: Paul Collard, Helen Tollefson, Robin Rymond. Melvin Davis, Florence Coleman, Barbara DeFeyter. CE TR L EW The imtionzilly acclainied North Cen- tral News is planned, directed, published and written by the fall and spring News staffs under the direction of Miss Mary McKenna, publiczitioiis adviser. lC0n1.iriLled Oli page 172i SPRING EDITORIAL STAFF-Front row, left to right: Gerald Fry, Grace Horning, Sunshine Gilmore, Jean Noel, Back row: Beth Coe, Imogene Knight, ix ' SPRING NEWS STAFF-Front row, left to right: Dick Gustafson, Beth Reehl. Shirley Smith, Joanie Pennington. Merlyn An- derberg. Back row, left to right: Carol Levick, Dormalu Wrinkle, Alvin Greening, Pat Morton, Beverly Blackwell, Lou Ann I-label. ninety-five -i'-L EDITORS-JB Hefferlin. left, and Dorothy Cosby, right. were co-editors of the book. Grace Horning, center, was art editor. ASSOCIATE EDITORS-Front: Richard Guy, Sunshine Gil- more. Back: Nadine Ruhling, Beth Coe. THE 1950 ln the Iirst weeks of the fall semester. the Tamarack staff, meeting daily, decided on "our building" as the theme for the l950 Tamarack and began planning the sections of the book. Dorothy Cosby and JB Hefferlin were no-editors: Grace I-lorning was art editor: Sunny Gilmore, Richard Guy and Beth Coe were associate editors: Don Hessel- man, Dick Gustafson and Florence Coleman were business managers: and Maryellen Wilsoii, advertising manager. The staff was divided into four groups: Photogra- phers, George Smith, adviser: artists, under Kenneth lNlhyre's supervision: printing. FALL STAFF-Front row, left to right: Dick Bauman, Maryellen Wilson, Don Hessleman, Bill Loveless, Hazel Dean, Shirley Manlove, Neil Austin. Second row: Lucille Bennett, Norma Fairfax, Dick Burson, Marilyn Carlson, . Leona Weaver, Marilyn Moore, Shirley Baum. ninety-six TAMAR CK Don Townsend: and editorial and business staffs, Miss Mary McKenna. Miss Mc- Kenna was also general adviser of the book. Outstanding events, among them the establishment of the new student govern- ment, the State Basketball tournament, and the Doll Shop, have been included in the book. Service groups, events, and most of all the students, have had a part in de- termining ils contents. The staff has en- deavored to preserve the pleasant experi- ences not only of the activities but also of the class work which dominates school life. They hope that the l950 Tamarack will prove for all its readers a valued record of the ycar's experiences. ADVISERS-Front row: Mr. Kenneth Mhyre. art: Miss Mary McKenna, publications. Back row: Mr. Don Townsend, print- ing: Mr. George Smith, photography. BUSINESS MANAGERS-Front row: Don Hessleman. Mary- ellen Wilson. Back row: Dick Gustafson, Florence Coleman. 1 SPRING TAMARACK STAFF-Front row, left to right: Gloria Green, Alvin Byrne, Tom Clutter, Diane Wilson. Second row: Shirley Manlove, Joyce Byrne, Imogene Knight, Jean Hoagland. ninety-sev en direction oi WV. Stanley Tait. taking part i11 the operetta, Baccalaureate. a11d C0111- niencenient eicercises. liroadcasting froni tl1e Davenport "Music, niusic. music!" 'llhe North . . ,, hotel, Pl'CSCIll,lllg a program lor lown Lentral choir has provided another year oi Meeting, participating in the Music Festi- line niusic. rl'he 62 inenibers completed a val and presenting the ixlay 4-Om-en were crowded schedule i11 the fall, llllClCl' the part ol' the choirs spring activities, CHOIR-Front row, left to right: Joan Cochran, Beverly Gardner, Betty Werhan, Judy Cooper, Virginia Williams, Dorothy Mele, Jeanne Frieske, Mary Alice Berry, Patti Smith, Betty Bettis, Donna Evans, Beverly Cline, Marilyn Hunter. Second row: Blanche Pelleberg, Phillis Graham, Barbara Ferree, Helen Hubble, Betty Noel, Coralyn Wilson, Audrey Springer, tt, Ann Botttwell, Rose Perkins, Beverly Fanning. Lavonne Snider, Janice Thompson, Charlene Rice. Third row: Dick Clossin, Bob Moy- lan. Jim Bohanon, Arden Evenson, Tom Tuttle, Arthur Sharpe, Ron Hagadone, Ken Cool, Dick Ford, Glen Babbitt, Ron Saffle John Hocking, Ernest Knowles, Norman Brewer. Fourth row: Marvin Lanphere, Everett Storey, accompanists3 Alan Jones, Alan Springer, Frank Koberg, Wayne Thomas, Gordon Anderson, Lee Picard, John Cobb, Larry Otto, Bud Summers, Warren Heiber, Marvin Payne, Don Eckman. TEPEE LIGHTER 'l'he 'l'epee Lighters is o11e of North Cenl.ral's newest musical groups. Members are selected lrotn the choir by the director, XV. Stanley Tait. The "Lighters" were organized to lill the frequent requests coming i11 from vari- ous service groups for IllllSlC21l programs ol' a light 11ature. They also niade two appearances sing- ing ironi tl1e Davenport Hotel lobby over radio station KGA, and have appeared with the choir at I1lllIlClA0llS occasions throughout the year. TEPEE LIGHTERS-Front row, left to right: Virginia Williams, Barbara Ferree, Donna Evans. Second row: Joan Cochran, Chris tine Rosing, Beverly Fanning, Lavonne Snider, Charlene Rice, Marilyn Hunter. Third row: Gle n Babbitt, Bud Sommers, Ken Cool, John Cobb, Gordon Anderson, John Hocking, Dick Ford, Ron Saffle. ninety-eight I. .gt ef I it URCHE TRA Under the rlirection of W. Stanley 'l'al't, the orchestra provided a lovely 111usi- cal bzu'kgrouncl lor their annual Spring Festival, May I7 ancl I8. These musicians, along with the girls' glee club. the girls' and boys' quartets, the choir. and 'l'epee Lighters zulclecl another aeconiplishnten1 lo their long line ol' coinnienclztble inusicnl productions. 'lihe orchestra, with 21 membership ol' twenty-five this year: has four vocal soloists. Arlene Gilbert, Bev Fanning. Izinice 'l'ho1npson. and Ron Sallle. ORCHESTRA-Front row, seated, left to right: Mary Ensberg, Darlene Lowery, Barbara Ferree. Second row: Bob Wirseh, Ralph Ferguson. Third row: June Leinan, Caroline Carosella, Kay Whitaker, Laura Stewart, Jenette Brown, Gene Sprinkle. Tom Clutter Grant Walters E rl S 'th G T l A l P J M C B b C d'll L , , a m1 , eorge ay orson, rene ogson, oyce c oy, ar ara au 1 , ena Rose. Cleo Johnson. Virginia Long, Fourth row: Jimmy Gaines, Donald Mason, Donald Noren, Bill Green, Everett Storey, Richard Munk. Kenny Rosell, Eugene Harvey. ninety-wime fx one hundred THE IIPERETTA l5izet's fiery "Carmen," alter seventy- five years, is as taunting and alive as was its debut in the year I875. "Carmen," a world- liamous opera. was presented as the music department's thirty-eighth annual operetta in December under the direction ol' VV. Stanley 'l'al't, Miss Elsa Pinkham. and Robert Dinmlieller. Janice 'l'hompson, in the title role. played opposite romantic' leads Ernest Knowles, Don Jose. a corporal in the Dra- goons, and Ron Sallle. Escamillo, a debo- nair loreador. 'l'lie plot involves a smoldering love Upper left: "Spanish twosome are '0ohsome'," Carmen, played by Janice Thompson, and Escamillo, Ron Saffle, Center: "Heap big smoke with lots of fire!" Smoke Dancers. left to right are: Joan Lyons, Karin Cederwall, Arlene Gil- bert, Lois Jacoy. Betty Ullman, and Patty Milam. Below: "Beware of me" taunts lovely Carmen as she sings the fiery "Habanera" to members of the Dragoon, gypsies, and cigarette girls gathered in Seville's public square. at 5 . MK " 'TARME 9' triangle which is constantly kincllecl into llaine by the man-devouring gypsy girl- C2ll'lllC1l. She, flaunling love at numerous masculine afhnirers, uses their alleetion as a clevice to satisfy her heartless ego: only to discover she is playing with fire. ln the linal scene her game with romance boinnerangs-leaving her infatu- atetl lovers. Don -lose and Escainillo, minus one warm blooclecl gypsy girl. ln the supporting cast were: Ron Haga- clone, a captain ol' the llragoons. Mary Alice Berry, Mieaela, anal Dorothy Mele, Frasquita. a gypsy lriencl ol' C2ll'lllCll,S. Upper right: Childhood Sweethearts, Don Jose, played by Ernest Knowles, and Mieaela, Mary Alice Berry, complete the Spanish foursome, Center: "Two's company: three's a crowd." Admiring the se- ductive Carmen in the tavern scene are Ron Hagadone and John Hocking, members of the Dragoon. Below: Death releases Carmen. In a fit of jealousy Don Jose stabs his beloved Carmen, as she attempts to enter the bull ring to join the victorious toreador, Escamillo. LSJNL3 Tll0R T0 WILDER' "0 R 'l'0W '9 . . . 'Our 'l'own' marks a high point in local high school tlramatit' effort." 'l'his was the praise given to the tlra- matics department lor its protluction ol' 'l'hornton YVilcler's unusual tlrama. "Our Town." 'l'he all-school play was presented in January untler the tlirection ol' Bob Drumheller. 'l'o allow the greatest irnaginative t'o- l K operation ol' the auclience. "Our Town" is written to be staged without scenery or properties. Narrated by the Stage manager, the play examines the town of Grovers Corners, New Hampshire, and two ol' its families, the lVebbs and the Gibbs. The three acts lollow the lives of Emily Webb antl George Gibbs from chilclhootl, through first love, marriage, and tleath to the reckoning time-when Emily fintls how useless it is to attempt to return to the living. l l one hundred two ,..-f-. ABOVEJTHE BLOOMER GIRL BAL- LET, conceived and directed by Miss Elsa Pinkham. was used as an overture to thc production. Pictured above are: Bill Oberhue. student director: Dixie Lee lVlcMurra5', Carolyn Rnmburg. Joanne Cogley, Joyce Lee. Karin Cederwall, Betty Ullman, Nancy Springer, Bobbic Schusslcr. and Joan Lyons, Shirley Hin- kle served as costume mistress for thc dance. LEFT-OUR TOWN WEDDING POR- TRAlT4The bridc and groom pose with members of the wedding party. On the floor is Lowell Yeager tWally Webbll kneeling is Bob Moylan. stage manager. with Ernie Knowles rGeorge Gibbsr and Jean Hoagland lEmily Webbi next to him. Behind them stand Ronnie Scalcra 4Joe Crowellw: Dorothy Mele lMrs. Gibbslz Don Baumgart lHowie New- somer: Dick Gustafson 1Dr, Gibbsl: Virginia Long :Rebecca Gibbsng Annette Bowen 1Mrs, Webblz JB Hefferlin 1Ecii- tor Webblg Dolores Morgan. Third row: Franklin Phillips, Dorothy Conway llady in the balconyl: Gerald Fry lProfessor Willardl: Shirley Farrell lorganistb: Na- omi Sett'e lMrs. Soameslg Joyce Kolb and Shirley Dubray. RIGHT-FIRST SCENE ACTION-On the ladders a r c Virginia Long. Ernest Knowles and Jean Hoagland, Below them stand Naomi Settle, Annette Bowen. Dorothy Mele, Cliff Lunneborpg as Simon Stimpson, and Bob Moylan. 1' ilHlHiTl'fi lim THE TE T 1it'lIl!fi-fl!! lftlllfillfj r1'ul!iv.v ,Intake frmn t'Ilt'1IlIllft'l!' .flvvjxv To .wing and play ffwrvzfw' ln. flu' ".S'lmp" .'lli.v.v liillklllllll kvvpx. "lt's love that niakes the world go round," was the theme ol' the Tenth Bi- ennial Doll Shop, presented in March under the general direction ol' Miss Elsa Pinkhain. "Shop" originator. The Doll Top row, left to right: CancaniPatty Mclrlargue, Carol Haas, Jeannie Johnson, Ju Ann Garske. Playmates-Helen Lewison, Shirely Farrell. School Days-Marjorie and Grace Barker. Center: Leads-Patsy Lindberg, Dorothy Swank, JB Hefferlin, Lois Jacoy. Hat Dance-Joan Rice, Mickey McHargue. Bottom row: Snow White-Donna Evans. The Seven Dwarfs-Lon Ann Habel, Rayona McCoury. Joan Maurer. Donna Reed, Sally Sawyer. Helen Tollefson, Shirley Widinan. Old Fashioned Walk-Beverly one hundred fmn' Fanning, Dick Ford. Russian Danc'eiNancy Springer, L yywyj fl HILL lIOP Shop, at project of the girls' gyni depart- nient. involved the tztlents of over 300 students. 'l'ryouts for the leads. solos, and various tlztnres begun December 20, with each group suggesting its own nuntbers. Incli- Vltllllll prztctices untler faculty direction were sehetluletl before and alter school, lollowetl by three evening clress rehezirsztls before the ztctuul presentation. 4Continued on page 182i Top row, left to right: Pink Doll-Karin Cederwall. Dutch Dolls-Pat Maddux, Joan Pedersen. Leads-Ken Cool, Jean Hoag- land, Joan Cochran, Ron Hagadone, Arlene Gilbert, Mickey Chesrown. Center: LeadsiGeorge Tabor, Virginia Long, Ron Sealera. Gene Sprinkle. Joyce Byrne. Five Foot Two-Donna Phelps, Maryilou Ludwickson, Willamae Saitor. Bottom row: Sav- age-Dixie Lee lVIelVIurray. Raggedy Anns-Claudia Bratton, Carolyn Lamb. Country Girls4Janice Vietzke, Lois Taylor, Seeran Cross, Grace Horning. Mary Penna. Virginia Penna, Jean Noel, Sarajenniel Emerson, one hundred five E l0ll PL Y-'QLIFE WITH FATIIIEIV' .-lpplyiny mnL'f'-up for flu' final 1Il'I"fUI'7lI!llIl'f', Pliil llllllfflllll, Grin' Sprinlrlv, and Diane' Frou' .vrf to rcorlc reiflz guxfo. Redheads adorned the halls ol' North Central during the spring semester. 'l'hey were not natural redheads, either. 'lihe senior draniatics class, under the direction of Bob Druniheller, presented in May the rollicking coniedy, "Life Wilh Father," by Howard Lindsay and Russel Crouse. The outstanding play was adapted from Clarence Days book on family incidents. Une ol' the niany problems connected with its production was the fact that meni- bers ol' the Day ianiily, around whom the play evolves, had to have red hair. lt was decided that dying the hair would not only produce the desired effect but would also be good advertising in the halls ol' the school. :Continued on page 166i fax! gvfx liruxlzvoff. .lrfiirftv Hrozvn, ax ,'llIlIlf', flu' viva' muifl, iizfwrrzipix Sally Lzrngrlon and Cliff Lun- nrlmorg, Vinnii' and Vlurw, as anollzrr rloniznviic crisis looms in 'ziivru Picfurrrl in Ihr foregrourul are' Holi illlllllflflll, .loh ll ,' Phil V11 urcliill, ll'lIllNl"lf,' r1n1l.lor1n 151,011-V, fllury Skinurr. on 1- lmrrulrefl si.:- TAGE CREW "Hey, jim. dim the number 3 amber! Cut the booth and lower the blue cycf' These are familiar phrases to the stage crew, for it is they who do a large part of the work in any North Central production. In its first year under Vern Broadwell, the stage crew has completed an extremely busy season with the operetta, two plays, and the Doll Shop, plus its handling ol lighting, scenery, and sound for all convo- cations and other stage productions. Num- bering eleven, the stage crew works each day period fi as a regular class. "Piggy w0uldn'l jump over the stileu 'in the nurs- ery rhyme but nursery children will. Melvin Varner, Lafe Materne, and Jerry Uihmer work on the playgrouml stairway. iWem11er.v of the sfnge crerc' fhis -year were Lafe illaferne, Dick ll,UCkSf7'llIII, Melziirl Varner, Frank IVelIs, Ifarren Helier, Ifrwiii Ificharffson, Stan Ifrzznzstad, and Jack Frmman. S 4 one hundred seven School "daze" are here again lSeptember 7? Ignorance isn'+ bliss George Taber finds the greener they are, the harder they fall-much to frosh Bill Meyer's sorrow. one hundred eight TICKETS "Do +ha+ again and l'll lock you bo+h in." Jimmy Hingston, irosh. is caught by Mr. Baker in the act of depositing Ronald Groh. frosh, in their locker. Iniun frouble Examining the inner depths of the safe driving car are Ardith Hiller, Mary Luchini, Leona Egerton, and Mr. Taylor San+a's Helpers Home room 220 again decorate a Christmas tree in the lower hall. Left to right: Bill Thomas, Lorna Zorn, Mr. Thompson, Yvonne Schopke. ,--"' Garbage Debui Bob McKenzie and Gene Whiting try out the 0710 Mmrlred I1-n new trash rrmtainers. Consfrucfion Engineers Dewey Almas, Lorraine Mosling and Leona Weaver put finishing touches the Art Club's Christmas scene, U NC's Minia+ure Min+ The pop corn stand in the cafeteria was installed in the fall by the SRA. Left to right: Marlene Killim, Mary Johnston, Irma Williamson. Z 5 l ,. . ::?'Yf?2 IL nw! l -UMM I Q 5. N v MT ily Ls ...ag K Psychological Emoiions, Wow! Mr. Caukins demonstrates word association to Miss McRae's second period psychology class. one hundred eleven Teacher's pe+ Frightened Fido finds a friend in Miss Bacon. one hundred twelve Dig, dig, dig righ+ in- Loaded tables bring happy smiles and hurried hellos as students Eather for their favorite period of the day. Yea, Gonzaga! Norfh Cenlral says W-XM-W mwwm Hello'." Chrislmas Serenade Caroling through the halls during the holiday season was North Central's choir, Whai' a line! Mr. Bell's invention proves popular with Ginger Phillips, Robert Lalande, Bob Selland, Alice Maddux, Hugh Shawgo, Don Town, Bettie Porter, Beverly Ryan, Wardc Sligh. one hundred fourteen Hoops!!! Peggy Hamilton receives little sympathy from amused bystanders as her unruly books do a tailspin. 5 Red Feafher Sideshow Senior A Red Feathers who competed for Football Princess were, Front row, Doro- thy Cosby, Dorothy Mele, M a r i l y n Shields, Shirley Feeder, Shirley Hinkle, Barbara Seiser, Hazel Dean, Norma Teffi. Second row, Kathy Bigham, Mary Ann Loan, Nancy Dixon. Jeanine King. De- lores Watt. Dorothy Haight, Cathy Wag- ner. Doris Nelson, Frances Bennett. Football RoyaH'y Dorothy Mele was chosen as NCS Football Princess by popular student vote. Shirley Feeder and Barbara Seiser served as her attendants. Front row: Dick Gustafson. Cliff Lunneborg, Ron McFarland, Dick Greenwood, Debafeorafors Frank Storey, Marlene Goodfellow, Phyllis Hopkins. Second row: Marvin Lanphere, Franklin Phillips, Charles Nenley. Tum Harris. Jack Bowvutt. Leslie Samels, Mr. Finnegan. nm' IITINIITPII fifrmm A consiifuiion for our insfiiuiion "Well, officer, ii was like 'this . . . " Friend Fido pleads guilty Jack Meredith's charge of disorderly conduct. Members of the SRA constitutional committee are: Front row, JB Hefferlin, Ellen Kawaguchi, Joyce Byrne, and Cecil Gohrman. Second row: Ron Israel, Janet Squibb, Charles Mochel, Joan Rice. Rosalie Collins, another "writer," was absent when the picture was taken. to one hundred simteen M54 23593-ML S-hum pgllll mm or Ellf Peeklalhoo Frankie Phillips and Jack Vogel take a look-see at Mr. Carriker's Sports-for-all bulletin board. Live wire? Installing the new lighting system proves fascinating to Beth Coe, Richard Guy, Norma Oliver, and Clarice Barth. Vive la France! The Leagues French relief committee, Dorothy Swank and Gloria Green, are snowed under by clothing contributions for the Leagues adopted family. one hundred seventeen s..w-WA N M r. Bones groans Margie Werhan solves the manpower shortage. The Big Th ree Kenny Benshoof, captain of the '50 eity "champs," presents the seventh-place state hasketball trophy to Principal Tewinkel while Coach Boyett looks on. New ligl'1'I's cause s+uden+ pligh+s Experiencing the effects of the new lights are, left to right: Bob Selland, Janie Powell Harold Parker, Joyce Szymczak, and Miss Christine McRae, it l "Chess" mafes Slcwing over a chess game are, clockwise, Robert O'Conner. Dick Greenwood. Marian Wolff, Mr. Neuman. adviser: Roberta Hanks. and Robin Rymond. 5-if 'VK Guil+y or nof guilfy? Posing, for the Tamarack, Larry Held 'Atells his side of the story" to the spring Conduct board. Left lo right: Stan Frnmsiad. lVIr. Bradford. .Ioan Henle. Larry Kim-r, .Im-ri Kippon. .loycc Byrne. Ron Isrzwl. om' IIIIIIIIITII IllIIf'14't'Il - 'V nguoi-. v-ww'-vi Tamarack Siaff, Big Laugh! Posing for Richard Guy's "candid" shot are staff members Shirley Manlove, Joyce Byrne. Dick Gustafson, Marilyn Carlson, Shirley Baum, and Grace Horning. Run 'For your lives!" One whiff of hy- drogen sulfide causes Mr. Hix's period 6 chemistry class to evacuate. P m i 6 ,ill I' . I X 5 xt- E 2 , 5 f Q i i "Move over, fellas" Sloop ihe goop fo me, droop- Primping lads smooth their Bob Moylan and Diane Crow grow olclvi curly locks. by the minute. Applying thc wrinkles an Jane Jvlic and Naomi SL-tlln X , XXX Newsroom escape haich Examining the trap door in the newsroom floor are Alvin Byrne, Shirley Rosvnslc-in. and Jounniv Pennington. Beth Reehl is going "flown the hatch." , Y X X f 1+ X'l4eIC 1fg rn10li1li1d1'1'ritwvrzlgf-oriv Keyboard clusler Barber shop melody is as popular as ever, say members of the Federation quartet George Heiber, Ron Israel, Joe Tewinkel. and Warde Sligh, Adding the feminine touch are members of the League quartet Beverly Fanning, Joan Cochran, Jennette Brown, and Barbara Ferree. Everybody gif yo' man! "All's fair in love and war," is the lusty cry of Injun maidens during the annual Sadie Hawkins day dance sponsored by SRA. Left to right: LaVunne Teal. John Edwards, Shirley Lmnhert. .lark Evenoff. Raymona Shaffer. Dixie Lee lVlC'lVlllI'l'1lX. Red Peterson. one lHl71lll'+'tl t1m'nt11-two Pink's Heaven .ing invcntory in thc costume loft above the auditorium are Miss Pinkham and her assistant. Jean Hoagland, Q X is M21-Wm' WW-4 'www-,, Q 4 I ,, if V, V , 55' V. .. 21 .JWW :wa -H . . fx, is Q .. i -4 ,ii Mfg: 'ju 5 . , Q.. .3 Guiliy Proving the theory that "crime does not pay" are Dalc Johnson and Carl Funseth. Mrs. Pontieri sees that thc boys serve their conduct board sentences. Twiiferpaied 'I Dick Edwards and Nancy Haskins display symptons of spring fever, Jean Oberheu ignores this touching scene. Spring has sprung: 'rhe grass has riz- 'AWonder where the warden is," say Archie Oestreicher, Ernie Knowles, Max Urbach, Bill Oberheu, Tommy Burch, Barry McMahon, Marilyn Hunter, and Jeri Kippen. " ' " Lower classmen grab seats in the seniors' "reserved" section as the Open wlde dem pearly gailes thundering herd charges in to the spring Red Feather con. one hundred twenty-four Hurray, Hurray, we're going away! N0 more school, no more books-at least until tomorrow. fl Red Cross Bosses ll' if :lv iw 0 gf rf N su Il ll! il 4 gi' 9 X 0 Shiley Farrell, Miss Berlha Bm-lime, and Hill Cook plan Junior Rvcl Cross nvllvilivs nl Nurlh Cc-nlrul, om' lmnrlrvd, Hlwnty-f'im' L.,,.9y,. f 'I ng nl , x Dm X, .- NT 'fs L NW X NW N'i WW Xxx X X XNM N XXX g N XX My 5 X I 1 1 n. . 'v v 0 f 4'. 1 'a ' ' Irv' f f .. f 1 r Xt1:v,.g it-:fn Q 0 0 I . I . ' ' ' 1 nn 1 . I I 5 ' A ssv 2 . ...4'l- q' Q., I . - . 1 . ,,. 1 ,- .." .fu .ix 1' l X I 'g-n, .ng C , F A S- -'wx , Pm". y-IL Q I n K' X u of 0 U' a.JVL,,Nsvvw I aff' fi if THE NEW GYM Coaches: Ted BoyeH', Bill Whifalcer, Harry Finnegan, Ari' Boeifcher. THE VAR ITY F00'l'BALL TE M Ted Boyett and three newcomers to the faculty were the varsity football coaches this fall. Ted Boyett, head football coach, played college ball at the University of Missouri and the University of New Mexico, where he lettered in football, basketball, baseball, and track. Arthur Boettcher, backfield coach, competed in football and track at Shurtleff college and football at Eastern Washington one hundred twenty-eight College of Education before coming to North Central. Bill Whitaker, University of Missouri athlete, coached ends and tackles. He played end on the 1946 eleven which went to the Cotton Bowl. During his collegiate career he was also a member of the base- ball squad. Harry Finnegan tutored centers and guards. He attended, Columbia, St. Mary's, and the College of Puget Sound. . 5 I A I , sw' .f F l -I nil' TACKLES-Left to right: Louis Becker, Dick Wrenn, Arthur Sharpe. CENTERS-Stan Framstad, Skip Pixley, Lloyd Olson. An inexperienced but aggressive North Central football team, who finished the 1949 season with a dismal 0-7-l won-lost record, shows prospects of a brighter future as several promising players will be returning. In the annual Vic Desert Merry-Gtr Round, the Rogers Pirates amassed 26 points in a single quarter While holding the Indians scoreless. In the third quarter, the still jiitery Tribe dropped a I3-0 con- test to the Lewis and Clark Tigers, who scored two quick touchdowns before the Indians found themselves and began push- ing the Bengals backwards. Coach 'lied lSoyett's charges journeyed Garlach gains against Lezeis and Flark in the a11111lal Shrine game played at Ifarl field. one hundred twenty-nine BKRTERBACKS-Front row, left to rigm: Bill Flinn, Robert Milne, Virg Duchow. FULLBACKS-Second row: Roy Hardin. Keith Darling. Warren Heber. W'h0's got the ball? one hundred thirty to Kalispell for a preseason game the night following the Merry-Co-Round and were whipped by a larger and more experienced eleven, 32-0. They opened their league schedule by absorbing a 27-0 shellacking at the hands of Lewis and Clark on the North Central playfield. In the second meeting between the two clubs, they played to a 6-6 stand- still in the annual Shrine classic. The Tribe scored first when Chuck Cerlach intercepted a pass and galloped 65 yards to pay dirt. The Indians fared the worst in their series with Rogers. The Pirates hung a 20-0 defeat on them in the opener, and then combined a powerful offense and rugged defense to bury the Braves 32-0 at Rogers. Although the Indians displayed credita- ble power in both games against Gonzaga, -DM Inset: George Manos, Tackle. Ends: Front Row, left to right: Bob Ytreeide, Gene Whit- ing, Don Fraser. Sec- ond Row: Bill Klise, Dudley Wood- bury. Bob Jabb, Chuck Chandler. the Iiullpups dumped them twice by scores oi' I8-I2 and 26-6, respectively. The first game was a thriller with the outcome still in doubt down to the final minutes. Chuck Gerlach threw two long touchdown passes to Bob Ytreeide for N. C.'s scores. Late in the fourth quarter of the second game, Ger- lach tossed a pass to Keith Darling for North Central's only score. . In a post-season game at Enumclaw, near Seattle, the Tribe fell victim to the White River Hornets by a score of 20-fi. The Indians' lone score was the result of a buck through center by u a r t e r b a c k jimmy Roberts. Fullback Warren Heber received the honorary captain's award. The Buckley Inspirational trophy went to George Manos, all-city tackle, and all-city Halfback Chuck Gerlach was presented with the Ecker award. as. 5 i i Guards: Front Row, left to right: T. J. Otter- bein, Rolland Robbins. Sec- ond Row: Dick Peter- non, Don Perry, Bill McKenzie, Bob Lemmer. Halfbackp Extreme Right: Jack Evenoff. F l HALFBACKS-Front row, left to right: Jim Roberts. Dick Stacy. Second row: Don Brown, Don Town, Chuck Gerlach. D0n't let those big, lmrl Bullpups get you do-wrt. QQ L... if - one hundred thirty-one i .Mm COACHES-Jake Malterner, A. A. Manfred. Tutored by Al Manfred and Jake Mal- terner, the B squad finished the I949 sea- son with a fairly successful season record behind them. Although the junior varsity won only two games, they made their alma mater proud of them. In the Lewis and Clark series, the jV's played two of their best games, and though the Tigers won the first B F00'l'BALL C. 0. . Rogers 0 C. 7. . Gonzaga G C. 7 . . Rogers 18 C. l3 . . L. C. 20 C.l9. . .L.C. 6 C . 0 . . Gonzaga 12 game 20-13, the Indians roared back in their second meeting to down them 19-16. In the Rogers series, the P i r a t e s grabbed an 18-7 victory from the battling North Centralites after the latter had held them to a scoreless tie at the beginning of the season. Standouts for the B squad during the season were Roy Hardin, Dale Kraeger, Bill Langdon, David Ensberg, James Sum- erlin, and John Tuft. B SQUAD-Front row, left to right: Mr. Malterner, Dick Coe, Bill Hoagland, John Tufts, Hugh Shawgo, Graham, Port Inman, Virgil Becker. Second row: Bob Lininger, Larry Widmer, Bill Kiper, Dale Kraeger, Meinke, Bob Burkhart, Mike Fraser, Bill Savage, Aram Solomon. Third row: Dick Nyberg, Norman Berry, vin Sampson, Johnie Cozzetto, Ike Henthorn, Phil Lefler, Boyd Brockmier, Barney Poole Norman Brewer d l , , Manfre row: Ray Hare, Sam Wetterhus, Lynn Lovejoy, Bud Mills, Dave Ensberg, Willie Benson, Don Hamlin, Karl Meister, Glenn one hundred thirty-two FY.. . -. ,. FRO ll F00'l'BALL N.C. 7. .... Mead ti N. C. 6 . . Cheney jr. High 7 N.C. ll. . . . Rogers 33 N.C. tl. .L.C.2l N. C. l2. . . Mead 20 N. C. tl . . Gonzaga I4 COACHES-Emery Watte and Bill Diedrick Although the freshman team finished the 1949 season with only one win, they 'l'he Indian babes started the season in boast several good prospects for Nor! h fine style with a 7-ti triumph over Mead: Central's future varsities. Ronnie Layton, the next day they journeyed to Cheney Dick Disney, James Toliver, Harry Perry. where they lost a 7-6 thriller to Cheney Bob Sleizer, Don Faraca, Elbert Benson, Junior High. From here on out they just and Dick Fosness all shone for the couldn't find themselves. freshman. In city league competition, the lrosh Under the direction ol' Bill Diedrick dropped successive contests to Rogers. and Emery YVatte, the Papooses turned in Lewis and Clark. and Gonzaga by scores of many good games in spite ol' the scores. 33-0. 2l-tl. and lfl-0, respectively. l .. FROSH SQUAD-Front row, left to right: Ron Sanders, Ken Keen. Merwin Griffith, Lloyd Brown, Cowell Gaines, Lee Charest. Orville Poole, John Alexander, Dick Fosness, Elbert Benson, Willie Roberts, George Hough, Bob Aucutt, Dick Sharp, Jim Nevins. Back row: Coach Bill Diedrick, Tom Tweet, Bob Taigen, Milan Remington, Ronnie Layton, Jim Walkup, Gene Domstead. Harry Perry, Bob Brotherton, Bill Pixley. Ken Blackman, Don Materne. Dan Johnson, Don Faraea, Jim McLean, Dick Disney, James Toliver, Lavern Dial, Lynn Zumwalt, Milton Walters, Bob Sleizer, Eldon Mantueffal, Assistant Coach Emery Watte. one hundred thirty-three VAR ITY BA KETBALL TEAM l BASKETBALL TEAM-Front row, left to right: Rod Walker, Dick Edwards, Bill McKay, Kenny Benshoof, Don Flemming, Darrell Kuelpman, Chuck Chandler, Bill Klise. John Edwards. Second row: Gene Whiting, Ted Boyett, coach: Merlyn Ander- berg, manager' Doug Jvdstru p. Missing from the picture is Burt Lucas. NORTH CENTRAL CITY LEAGUE SCORES N. C. 47 ......... L. C. 37 N. C. 46 . . . . W. V. 29 N. C. 23 . . . . Gonzaga 22 N. C. 50 . . . Rogers 45 N. C. 37 . . . L. C. 25 N.C.43. . . . .W.V.34 N. C. 44 . . . . Gonzaga 31 N. C. 44 . . . Rogers 34 STATE TOURNAMENT N. C. 32 .... Lincoln f'I'aco1naj 30 N. C. 33 . . . . Lincoln QSeaLLlej 48 N. C. 42 . . . . . I-Iighlinc 32 N. C. 32 . . . Walla Walla 42 TED BOYETT, who coached the ca ers to an undefeated city championship and seventh-place one hundred thirty-four E in the state tournament. t. t i CITY LEAIGUE CHAMP 'l'he I9-19-50 varsity basketball teatn catne through with North Central's lirst l uucleleatecl league recorcl and city chain- pionship since l930. 'l'he Warriors also went on to Seattle to gain seventh place in the state basketball tournament. 'l'hree lettertnan regulars and a large group of gootl-looking prospects returned to greet Coach 'l'ecl Boyett in his seconcl year at North Central. Lack ol' experience showetl up in the lnclians' preseason games as they won three while losing lourl but they won eight straight in the league cann- paign to represent Spokane in the state DOUG JYDSTRUP. checked by Velling 1551 and Sprague 435' puts one up in the second Gonzaga game. tournznnent. 'llhe lnclians openecl the season by V LEFT-Bill Klise tlll. Burt Lucas t13l, and Dick Edwards 47h get set to take the rebound. RIGHT-Dick Edwards goes up for two points in the second West Valley game. one hunrlred thirty-fivve Ken Ifvnxlirmf frzlrwx off for I1 lIl'l1'iII .vhof against llvffxl l'11l11"lf. dropping a 33-2-1 decision to the Wlashing- lon State Irosh. Invading Montana's Big Sixteen c'onl'erencie. they lost 50-41 to a Missoula oullit. but on the following night eked out tl wifi--I2 win over the top-flight Helena Bengals. The VVarriors dumped Kennewick. -18-38, and Everett. -19--ll. but slumped during their trip through the Okanogan Valley to lose two live-pointers to Urnak and Chelan. Opening league play against Lewis and Clark, the Indians spurted in the final lnolnents to down the Tigers 47-37. Coach lSoyet,t's crew took a 2I-I7 halftime lead but the Tigers overtook them at 36-all with four nlinutes remaining. The Tribe then put on their splurge until the gun sounded. In the second meeting. alter the score had been tied at the l12lllililllC. 2l-21, the Tribe put up a great delense for a 37-25 victory. The Red and Black found the West Kenny Henshoof, Captain Darrell Kuelpman 0HUll'll7ld7't'flITll7'f1l'Slfl' Rod Walker Bill Klise John Edwards Burt Lucas Valley Eagles to be the easiest prey in the league. The Eagles bowed, 46-29, in the first contest and couldn't quite match the Indians' ability in the second clash and fell victim to N. C., 43-34. Gonzaga threw the season's biggest scare at the Indians in their first meeting. They displayed a stubborn defense that kept the Tribe confused throughout. With the Pups leading 22-2l, and with only one second remaining, Burt Lucas calmed a two-pointer for 21 thrilling N. C. win. The Bullpups proved to be no team to reckon with the Red and Black in the second game as Coach Boyett used subs freely for a 44-3l triumph. . Against Rogers, the Indians played a couple of thrilling ball games The Tribe outraced the Pirates, 50-45, in the initial contest and led all the way in the second clash to win 44-34. lContinued on page 1BOI Dick Edwards Gene Whiting Bill McKay Chuck Chandler Doug Jydstrup Don Flemming one liumlre-d thirty-svw'n COACHES-Left to right: A. A. Manfred, Junior Varsity: Emery Watte and Harry Finnegan, B Squad: William Whittaker and Robert Hoesly, Frosh Squad. JR. VARSITY, B SQUAD, FINISH SQUAD Coach Al Manl'red's newly organized junior varsity finished their season with an impressive record of six victories against two defeats. The tribe played a home and home series with four schools. They split with St. Maries and Ritzville and dumped Mead and Deer Park twice. Don Fleming, Bill McKay, Virg Du- chow, jack Vill, and Dick Stacy were standouts who should be top contenders for a starting berth on the varsity next year. After a shaky start, the continually im- proving B squad, took second place in the city league, winning six and losing two. Glenn Meinke and jerry Mason were the JUNIOR VARSITY-Front row, left to right: Ted Haskell, Ken Abbey, Everett Bailey, Mick Rizzuto, Paul Carlson, Second row: Mike Lawrence. Dick Stacey, George Fish, Virgil Duchow, Dave Strawn. Jack Vill, Vern Osterbach, Bill Zink. one hundred thirty-eight B SQUAD-Front row, left to right: Neil McKeever, Jack Webb, Morris Pixley, Don Fraser, Karl Meister, Bob Pelleberg, Gary Hetherington. Second row: Jerry Mason, Bill Hoagland, Dale Krueger, Gene Bursh, Harry Vasanko, Glen Melnke, Jim Webbert, Bruce Roberts. top scorers for the Bees, whose season record stood at twelve victories and five setbacks. .Xggressiveness plus talent equally distributed throughout the team was greatly responsible for their success. The lrosh wound up in a second place tie with Gonzaga in city league competition with lour wins and two losses. They lost only to VVest Valley, the league leaders, and I-laverniale. The crew boasted a seasonal record of seven wins and four losses. In non-league play, they downed Cheney jun- ior high, Cheney frosh, and St. Maries while losing to the Hillyard Boosters and Mead. jim Tinnell, Dick Fosness, Ken Bllflillllllklll, Jim Nordby sparked the squad. FROSH SQUAD-Front row, left to right: Ron Sanders, Larry Katsel, Willy Roberts, Mack McGetrick, Dick Fosness, Dale Mar- quette, Jack Fisher, Gary Ebel, Doug Halin. Second row: John Covey, Dick Disney, Lee Charest, Lloyd Stites, Don Faraca. Bob Taigen, Ben Malikowski, Bob Olson, Lloyd Brown, Bill Pixley. Third I-ow: Bob Sleizer, Jim Walkup, Ken Blackman. Carl David, Wayne Breeden, Jim Nordby, Jim McLean, Jim Tinnell, Pete Berguist, Wilbur Paul. one hundred thirty-nine VARSITY BASEBALL TEAM-Front row, left to right: Mike Lawrence, Buzz Burton, Tom Joy, Jack Vill, Bill Zink, Dale Mitchell, Don Flemming, Art Sharp, Ed Green. Back row: Coach A1 Manfred, Bill Powell, Dick Stacey, Bob Jobb, Glenn Meinke, Keith Darling, Dale Kraeger, Jack Fiskness, Bill Flinn, Jim Gillogly, Don Brown, Dick Smith, Don Kuhlman, Dick Bostrom, Mick Rizzutto, Tom O'Leary, Coach Bill Diedrick. VAR ITY BA EBALL TEAM Q l A new coach, eight returning letter- nien, and lots of aggressiveness was the pic- ture of the l950 edition of the varsity baseball squad as practices got under way in the early spring. Al Manfred took over the reins from retiring coach Del jones. Bill Diedrick assisted him. Returning lettermen W e r e D a v e Strawn, catcher, Jack Fiskness, first baseg jim Gillogly, second base, Virg Duchow. third base and center field: Dick Stacy, out- , fieldg john Edwards and Tom O'Leary, l l Bill Diedrick, Assistant Coach' ' A. A. Manfred, Head Baseball cflach outfield' pitchersg and Chuck Gerlach, catcher and one hundred forty 1,011 l'v1l'IIIIlIilIg .vlirlvs .w1ff'I'11 into ihirzl base as Dick Ig!!-S'fI'0I!I a'11'r1ii.v flu' 111111. Tlzirrl-1111.w CUIICII is Virg Duclzou' lim fiilI11gI.y .w11'rifir'1'.v Don L'If'IllNIi1Ig l10n11'fr0n1 third Imsr' whiff' l',1Ill'L' Gvrlrzvh, r'r1fr'l11'r, Tvllifx for flu' fl1rr17c'-111. one hundred forty-one . 0 . r V V M ,Q Mickey Rizzuto, Buzz Burton, Chuck of-1 ,M y Cerlach, and Dave Strawn were competing for the catchers position and gave the ln- dians plenty of reserve strength in that department. John Edwards and Toni O'Leary led the Indian niound staff. Other contenders were Ed Green, Toni Joy, Bill Flynn, Bill Zink, jerry Walton, Dale fLeftyj Kraeger, and Gerry Christenson. Bill Powell and jack Fiskness were first base candidates, while jerry Gross, Jack Vill, and Jim Gillogly vied for the second base position. Third basenien included Virg Duchow, Don Flennning, and Dick Bostroni. Glen Meinke, Dale Mitchell, and Jim Poole battled it out for shortstop, the only in- i field position without a r e t u r n i n g y letterman. Competing for the various outfield po- TOP-First Basemen: Bill Powell, Jack Fiskness. . . l Q ' . BOTTOM-second Bmgilfsififry Gross' Jim Gmogly- sitions were Dick Snnth, Keith Darling, Don Brown, Bill Flynn, Chuck Gerlach, ,MQ - tam.- l 1 c tl. Aft' 2'L E PITCHERS AND CATCHERS-Left to right: Bill Zink, Tom 0'Leary, Buzz Burton, John Edwards, Bill Flinn, Tom Joy, Mick Rizzutto, Dale Kraeger, Dave Strawn, Chuck Gerlach, one hundred forty-two e A - M 1 AJ.- OUTFIELDERS-Front row, left to right: Don Kuhlman. Don Brown, Dick Smith, Art Sharp, Bill Zink. Second row: Dick Stacey, Jim Gillogly, Dale Mitchell, Keith Darling, Bob Jobb. Dale Kraeger, Mike Frazier, Vern Olson, Bob jobb, and Bill Zink. As we go to press, the team looks weak- est in the pitching department. Coach Man- fred commented that il' his hurling staff comes through. "lNe will have as good a team as any in the league." 'l'he 'liribe boasts a good fielding and hard-hitting club. They have worked hard and showed lots ol' hustle in early season workouts. The Indians got their first taste of competition by playing West Valley twice. They whipped the Eagles 9-3 in the first contest. but the Valley boys came back strong in the second game to slip by the Braves 2-l. Coach lXlanl'red played his en- tire scluad in both games. League play opened April 20 with the Indians meeting Lewis and Clark on the 'l'iger's diamond. North Central had no i home games as the playfield was being - - 1 TOP-Shortstops: Dale Mitchell, Glen Meinke. lesgcded' BOTTOM-Third Basemen: Dick Bostrom, Don Flemming, one hundred forty-three Harry I"inm'gan, coached the B squad basketball team and c'w1f1'r.s' and guards of the football learn. B BA EBALL Fifty-eight "B" squad baseball candi- dates reported to Coach Harry O. Finne- gan this spring as they began preparing for a rugged schedule. The team had many good prospects and was deep in every position. Looking good in early season practices were Bill Hoag- land, Harry Perry, john Cozzetto, Gary Hetherington, Jack Webb, Bruce Grand- staff, Jim VVebbert, Jerry Christenson, John Tufts, Ken Curry, Bill Frazier, Bob Sleizer, jerry NValton, Jerry Larson, Bill Davis, and jim Howell. The fact that most of the players are sophomores shows promise for the varsity and other junior varsity teams a year or two hence. B SQUAD BASEBALL.-Front row, left to right: Gary Hetherington, Jerry Larson, Jerry Bauer, Bruce Grandstaff, John Cozzetto, Mike Frazier, Bill Hoagland, Bob Burkhart, Roger Davis, Harry Perry, Karl Meister, Dick Scott. Second row: Charles Tufts, Dave Sanders, Don Noren, Hugh Shawgo, Virgil Becker, Allen Shields, Ike Henthorne, Larry Springer, Bob Pakama, Dick Ladeen, Don Merrick. Third row: Dewayne Howell, Clell Davis, Ed Littlejohn, Durwood Johnson, Bob Sleizer, Sam Wetterhus. Ken Daily, Kenny Dunn, Bill Sparrow. Fourth row: Kenny Curry, Frank Spray, Jerry Christenson, Jack Webb, Fritz Malehert, Jim Webbert, Paul Carlson. Ed Purdue, Phillip Lephler, Coach Finnegan. one hundred forty-four nw ll QUAB Approximately 40 eancliclates answered Coach Emery lVatte's call lor freshman baseball in the spring. 'l'he squad prarticetl in the gym during the early part ol' the season but movecl to Cannon park when goocl weather pre- vailecl. 'l'heir home games were also played at Cannon park. 'lihe starting line-up eonsistecl of Don Faraca. Lee Charesl, Robert Olson. Orville Poole. Ronnie Layton. Hill Lennarcl, Dick lfosness: and pitchers VVayne Breeclen. Der- alcl Hampton: catchers Bronson Mastne, Captain Dick Disney. League play incluclecl two games with each ol' the following: Gonzaga. Rogers, Lewis anal Clark, and Libby. li Mx. 1'IIII1'7"If lfaffr, IIIl'IIf0l' of flu' If xquarl, rllxo l'lNIl',l1'll fl'f'81IIIll1II foollmll and If .Wlllllfl lm.vkr'flmIl I1'um.v. T4 dia. 41. .L ... l Front row, left to right: Benny Malikowski, Milton Walters. Bob Brown. Marvin Sehakelford, Douglas Halin, Lee Charest, Dick Disney, captain: Tom Orth, Bill Lennard, Stan Ruberson. Lloyd Stiles. Second row: Mr, Waite, Don Faraca. Bob Olson, Dan Rowley, Mack McGetriek, Orville Poole, Dean Goodwin, Jim Littlejohn. Neil Wallin. Gary Ebel, John Covey. Gary Cassel. Third row: Bronson Mastne. Ronnie Layton, Harvey Oye, Samuel Stillwell, Bill Graham. Wayne Broaden, Jim McLean. Don Berilla, John Alexander, Paul Audel. one lmndrcd forty-five TRACK TEAM-Front row, left to right: Don Barth, Jim Roberts, Milo Clark, Ernie Zabel, Jack Fruit, Everett Bailey. Dick Armfield, Mick McHargue, Bob Wirsch, Ron Proper, Bill Kiper, Hal Hunt, Art Kawaguchi, Jim Summerlin, Alan Tor- geson, Don Shaw. Second row: Ted Haskell, Bruce Short, Don Dunn. John Wiley, Cloyd Nolan, Gene Wise, Bob O'Connor, Larry Held, Richard Green. Ron Israel, Willis Benson, Dick Nyberg, Bob Pelleberg, Don Bayer. Third row: Larry Collins, Dwight Booth, Larry Widmer, Warren Heber, Manager Vern Gray, Don Town, Don Materne, Dick Schram, Bob Springer, Bob Newland, Irvin Hockstatter, Neil McKeever, Bill Lang- don, Don Hamlin, Skip Pixley. Fourth row: Ed McDowell, Duane Stark, Dick Wrenn, Jim Buckley, Harry Vazanko, Jim Webbert, Don Gabey, Eldon Mills, Jack Vogel, Bruce Wright, Frank Ulijohn, Coach Al Danielson. Bob l'Virsch and Don Shaw practice for 1010 hurdles competition. one hundred forty-six TRACK A D North Centrals track team, backed by five returning lettermen, have been out for their fourth consecutive city champion- ship this spring. They captured their third straight last year with impressive wins over all their opponents. Returning lettermen were Mickey Mc- Hargue in the 100 and 220-yard dashes: Don Barth in the 440, Jim Roberts and jack Fruit in the mile: and Don Shaw in the 220 low hurdles. The Indians powered their way to lirst place in the VV. S. C. Invitational Indoor track meet at Pullman in their opening meet. They edged by Rogers 56-48 in opening league competition and a week later downed Gonzaga 75-29. CRUSS CCIU TRY The North Central t'ross-country teatn captured their second straight city chant- pionship and their third in four years this tall. .-Xlter opening the season by whipping Gonzaga I7-40, the Indian harriers rolled over Rogers and Lewis and Clark by sur- cessive scores ol' I7-4-1 and 215-30. 'l'he Indians won the all-city nieet very handily. It was in this contest that -lack Fruit shaved I2 seconds lront the record he hintsell' had set the week before. North Central's cross-country future looks bright as Fruit, Don Shaw, Bob lVirsc'h. Hal Vazanko, Bob Newland, and Neil Melieever will return to school next fall. Front row, left to right: Hal Vazanko, Everett Bailey, Neil McKeever, Jack Fruit, Milo Clark, Jack Holmburg, Don Flemming, Bob Newland, Don Barth. Second row: Manager Bob Skinner, Eddie Johnson, Hal Hunt, Dwight Booth, Larry Held, Bob Harrington, Ted Haskell. Coach Al Danielson. Third row: Dick Schramm, Jim Webbert, Louis Starner, Bob O'Conner. Bob Dowler, Bob Wirsch, Irvin Hockstatter, Frank Paggett. Don Shaw. pf, O is . Thi- "Tl1inc'lr1rl Trio" of Don Barth, Jack Fruit, nnrl lfolz N1'7t"l11l11l prrlcliez' flu' milf' run in pwplzrrlfion for Il dual 111m'I. one hundred forty-svvmz f 'I' E N N H K W'ith only two lettermen returning Irotn last years championship squad. Coach Ernest I.. Hix' tennis team undertook the big task of defending their title with the opening of the season. Darrell Kuelpman and Bill Hogan are the returnees. with Barry Smith, Bob Mudge, Louis Starner, Maurice Miles, and Jim VVeeks among the likely prospects. 'l'he Indians laced Rogers in their opening league match March All home matches were played at Shadle park instead ol' the school courts. Double round-robin matches were played with each team in the 3 league-Rogers. Gonzaga, and Lewis and Clark. Darrell Kuelpman tlffij 111111 Harry Smith were two of flu' rrizzilixfrzyx of the tennis team in their liifl for flu' city clirznipiorixltip. 'i"ls . stu- t s tl it - Ag '- l S.-as - - K TENNIS-First row, left to right: Clinton David, Albert Walker, Wayne Fiskness, Jim Gaines, Bob LaLonde, Mickey McCuddin, Larry Shaw, Curtis Comstock. Second row: Lee Wallick, Merlyn Anderberg, Ray Edwards, Jack Vogel. Alvin Byrne, Mel Mc- Cuddin, Jack Morgan, Tom Harris, Bob Mudge, Maurice Miles, Barry Smith, Louis Starner, Darrell Kuelpman. Charles McNeil, Jim Weeks. on e hundred fort y-eight 5 BOY 9 GGLF At the beginning of the season, pros- pects looked good for Coach Hawes and the golf team. Eight lettermen returned from last year's squad which had captured the city championship in an undefeated season. The nucleus of the team was centered around Carl and Rod Funseth, Frank NVells, Don NVeaver, Cordon Anderson. lfVard Sligh, Jim Norton, and Jim Tefft. captain. The Tribe practiced every school day at the Downriver golf course, preparing for this years city league competition. NVith the creation of a Rogers golf team, a four-school, six-game schedule was adopted. The opening match of the season, played against Lewis and Clark, found the Indians winning l4 to 4. GOLF-Front row, left to right: Don Weaver. Carl Funselh, Jim Norton, Gordon Anderson, David Ross. Second row: Bob Selland, Rodney Funseth, Jim Tcfft, Frank Wells, Walter C. Hawes, coach. X. N... Digits tinglf' as lzrollwl' .s7c'ing.v. R011 and Furl 1"11n.s'r'fl1 fry Il pracficf' xlml. one hundred forty- ni ll c A bigger and better Sports-for-All pro- gram greeted participants this year as sev- eral new activities were added to the agenda. Under the direction of Roy l. Carriker and Wfarren Riopelle, the intraniural activities gave niutih enjoyment to those interested in basketball, wrestling, boxing, tumbling, swininiing. ping pong. Q-cro- quet, softball, and western dancing. Flag football was dropped as there was no field on which to play. The junior 3 basketball teani won top honors as they posted an undefeated season against stiff coinpetition. Members of this teain were Marvin Lanphere. Vern Olsen, Jerry Gross, Jaines Loski, Ken Abby, Patil Carlson. Ed Purdue, and David Ross. Boxing and wrestling was classified into weight departments. and the champion had to defeat all rhallengers in order to retain his top honor. Exhibition niatches in both Pool Room ability aids in Q-C'flIl1llI'f. John Spry ffrffj and Lynn Hazerfs flam- onstrafr' 7c'rr'sIfi11g hofdx an their fathers af Hu' IJ!1lf'SOII' s'n1okf'r. POR'l' .-Imaf1'ur HlIIt'I'l' IlIfc"7lU pracficf' fast xlarfs' in The Sports-for-.-Ill swinrnzing program. one hundred fifty R . Ping Pong 'was another fazmrilrf aciiviflzf .Vila Flark fries zvainly fo oiierflzrrrzc' Ilarvlrl in ilu' Slmrfs-for-.-Ill program. llvfzylw Fixk- nvxx tlvftj 1li.vpla.1f.v II fax! INIl'L'llf17Ill xlmf. F011 ALL lnf1'r.sclmul lwagzu' 111111 fU1ll'llllII1l'71f play 'zeerf' f'l'flfIlTl'S of flu' lIlISA'f'HJl11l program. I'IlIlllTl1!1Il llII!1l'7' ilu' 'lUl1fClIf'Ill !'1lff' uf IVra'.vtling l'nach IfIIlf'T'lj lV11Ha'. events highlighted the Dad-Son Slll0liCl'. held in the gyn1 in February. Championships in tumbling and swim- ming were decided at the Smoker. 'l'he former event was won by Dick .-Xrmlield with Stan Framstad a close second. ln swimming, John 'llulit captured the 40- yard sideseroke: the 40-yard freestyle was won by Ed johnson: 40-yard backstroke, Wlillis Benson: and John 'lluft won the 40- yard breaststroke. A relay team consisting of Willis Benson. Milo Clark and Ed Johnson were victorious in the l20-yard relay. Ping pong and Q-croquet were popular with many students. Mr. Carriker super- vised these, as he did a dancing program held on Fridays after school in the 'l'otem In. Softball teams organized alter spring vacation under the direction ol' Mr. Rio- pelle completed a year ol' popular activities. one lmmdred fifty-one Bliss 1u'l.s-11 ljfllklllllll, lwarl of flu' girls' gym rleparf- ment, has .v11pr'r7'i.vion over 1111 pl111.v1'.v of girls' .vporix in zulzlition to their pnrficilmtion in school prrullaf-Iirnrs, prlrrzrlwx, and aflzlwfic SfIHIfS. GIRL ' Tennis 'llhe girls' varsity tennis team defeated Rogers and Lewis and Clark I5-0 and I0-5, respectively, to recapture the city net championship for the fall semester. The girls practiced every Monday and Hlednesday under the instruction of Miss Elsa Pinkham. Scores of practice sets were kept on file, and the girls were ranked ac- cording to these records. Joyce Lee was captain for the first se- mester: managers were Shirley Feeder, Jeri Kippen and Carol Slosser. Captain for the spring semester was Joyce Byrne. Barbara DeFeyter worked with the other managers when Shirley Feeder was graduated. GIRLS' TENNIS-Front row, left to right: Doris Nelson, Joyce Lee, Carol Slosser, Frances Bennett, Kathleen 'Bighamz Second row: Beverly Blackwell, Barbara Elmslie, Gloria Grant, Lois Jacoy, Joyce Byrne, Mary Penna, Nadine Ruhlmg. Third row: Joyce Tye, Virginia Long, Joanne Gruber, Carol Haas, Margaret Bell, Carol Griggs, Carol Beaty, Virginia Penna, Lenor Sontag. one ll1l.7ldTPfl'flffll-T100 PIIRT Golf 'l'he fall season saw eighteen girls play goll' at Downriver golf course every 'l'ues, day and Thursday under the instruction ol Miss VVilhelmine 'I'imm. Donna Moe was captain lor the fall semester. and Shirley Lambert was man- ager. Clarice Barth was captain for the spring semester. with Louise VVaugh as manager. Last fall the girls defeated Lewis and Clark, the only other school in the city with a girls' golf team, 2l lin to SM, thus bring- ing the city championship back to North Central. Intramural tournaments were held dur- ing both goll' seasons. Players were ranked according to the outcome ol' these matches. Jlisx ll'ill1e1n1i11f' Tim III, a 'lf'l'H'L'IIU7K'II figure .vknfrr in flu' 4XvUI'fIITK'1'Nf, !'0lIl'Ill'N lmfl: flu' .vknfing and golf fl'llIlI-V. x GIRLS' GOLF Front row left to right' Jackie Salvage Ann Kru er Louis W h Cl ' B - , . , g . e aug , ariee arth, Donna Moe. Laura McDougal. Pat MeVay. Second row: Donna Elliott, Patty Tucker, Nesa Johnson, Kay Kronenberg, Darlene Leahey. Norma Oliver, Mary Moe, Jenette Brown, Bobbie Shussler. one lnmdred fifty-tlmw y BA KETBALL Nine teams competed for the basket- i ball championship this year. 'l'he sophoa mores, freshmen, and uniors were divided into three and two teams respectively, be- cause of the large turnout. Sophomores, captained by Helen Tol- leison and Nancy Springer, captured first place, with Doris Nelson's senior A's, only one-half game behind them, taking second. Other team captains in the tournament were: Freshman l, Gwen Uppl freshman 2, Kae Andre: sophomore 2, Leah VVidman: sophomore 3, Pat Schrader: junior I, .Io- Ann Freeman, junior 2, Mary Perma: and senior B, Joan Cochran. e were managers, and Miss Ruth Hether- Nlisx Ruth Hefhffrivzgton, ll-YSiSflll1,f to Nliss Pink- ham in Ihr' girls' gym drparilriffrli, is in charge' of i'IlfI'TCIll.YS sports before and after school. ington directed the tournament. GIRLS' BASKETBALL-Front row, left to right: Peggy Kooken, Patty Milam, Jerri Valiquette, Patsy Lindberg, Lois Jacoy, Joan Cochran, Dorene Herrington. Joyce Lee, Sara Emerson, Pat Cook, Hazel Dean, Nancy Dixon, Pat Breeden. Second row: Margie Hartman, Beverly Blackwell, Carol Beatty, Carol Schrock, JoAnne LaFace, Leah Widman, Margie Werhan, Louise James, Jane Klaus, Pat Hirth, Rena Toll, Mary Penna, Virginia Penna, Margaret Bell, Beverly Bredeson, Peggy Newby. Third row: Lois Tay- lor, Shirley Lambert, Gloria Minelli, Arlene Gilbert, Donna Moe, JoAnne Gruber, JoAnne Gaiske, Jeannie Johnson, Joan Wirch, Colleen Corbin, Lou Ann Habel, Sunny Steele, Lorraine Rassmussen, Pat Brennan. Jean Noel, Donna Scollard, Carol Abbot, Janet Halin. Fourth row: Mary Coykendall, Jan Hansen, Darlene Koefod, Patty Schrader, Beverly Bidleman, Diana Pomeroy, Barbara McCarty, June Berglund, Donna Barney, Inga Pederson, Joan Duke, Jean Clark, Betty Noel, Helen Reser, Coralyn Wil- son, Sylvia Betts, Patsy Miller, Janet Jones, Natalie Mills, Priscilla Turk, Shirley Nevin. Fifth row: Louise Fisken, Lois Kooistra, Phyllis Luschei, Beverly McLaurin, LaVonne Snider, Dianne Samuels, JoAnne Ring, Kay Andre, Claudia Bratton, Dianne Corbin, Suzanne Walters, Shirley Bass, Dorothy Nolan, Edith Johnson, Sharon Huston. Imogene Knight, Gwen Upp, Sharon Russell, Elnora Stoller, Lorna Zorn. on e hundred fifty-four Marlene Bartlett and Virginia Coberly jones, Speeclsters: Lois Kooistra, Checks: Front row, left to right: Coty Klooz, Patty Milam, Karin Cederwall, Beverly Blackwell, Joyce Bullock, Connie Quam, Beverly Fanning. Joyce Lee. Gloria Grant, Barbara Elmslie, Patsy Lindberg, lone Schrink, Sarajenniel Emerson, Pat Cook, Caro'yn M. Wilson, Pat Breeden. Margene Lang, Betty Kindle. Second row: Pricilla Turk, Louise James, Peggy Kooken, Suzie Bresgal, Patty McHarg, Janet Adams, Marian Seidel. Carolyn Rumburg, Diane Wilson, Sylvia Hannah, Joan Stemple, Bev Bredesen, Shirley Widman, Carol Schrock, Barbara White, Shirley Blangers, Priscilla Kinne, Virginia Jahn, Mardeen Lasher, Dorothy Lobdell. Inga Pederson. Third row: Beverly McLaurin, Lois Kooistra, Phyllis Luschei, Barbara McCarty, Donna Moe, Jean Noel, Lavonne Snider, June Johnson, Arlene Gilbert. Jo Ann Garske, Jeanie Johnson. Sunny Steel, Joanne Gruber, Jerri Valiquette, Leah Wid- man, Carol Jean Smith, Coleen Corbin, Diane Corbin, Pat Jones. Fourth row: Barbara Carrdill, Jan Hanson, Shirley Bass. Robin Johnson. Marlys McGeorge, Grace Horning, Dorothy Nolan, Marilyn Sander, Beverly Bidleinan, Velda Samson, June Berglund, Janet Jones, Lora Lee McDougall, Dawn Springer, Marlene Johnston, Patty Schroder, Carol Beaty, Donna Scollard, Janet Halin. Donna Barney. Edna Worthington, Marian Babcock, Stella Martello. June Anderson, Glenna Duncan, Fifth row: Dorene Koenig, Virginia Penna, Mary Penna. Hallie Fleenor, Pat Morton, Suzanne Walters, Joyce Kippen, Helen Hubbell, Ollie Hart. Diane Samuels, Shirley Nevin, Margie Hartman, Joan Duke, Dianna Pomeroy, Sharon Russell, Gwen Upp. Betty Noel, Helen Reser. Carolyn Wilson, Barbara DeFeyter, Edith Johnston, Sylvia Betts, Rae Anna McDonnald, Elnora Stoller, Carol Anderson. l V 0 L L E Y B A L L J Eight volleyball teams were chosen at the Iirst volleyball turnout early in Janu- ary. with Miss Ruth Hetherington in charge. Carolyn Crowe anal Doris Loan were tio-managers. 'l'he winner ol the rountl-robin tourna- ment was the Screwballs eaptainecl by Peggy Kooken with 7 wins and ll losses. Coming in seconcl were Sunny Steele's Vol- ley lVobblers with 6 wins ancl l loss. Jerri Valliquettes Netterettes Caine in thirtl with 5 wins antl 2 losses. Other teams and their captains wereg Barbara McCarty. uniors Juinpers: Janet l anal Phyllis Lusehei, Raging Roniperettes. , . . , , , l I he only senior teani was the Senior Slug- "Ifi.9ing" high. Joyce Lee and Stella fllarfello reach . , .. ,' I , , I , , , , ' gcu Huh 121155 Lludbmg as Lalndln' sL'y1c'r1r11f'1ir the Imll during 'volleylmll praetice. one hundred fifty-five BADMI T0 One hundred fifty-six girls, the largest number ever to turn out for badminton, competed this year for singles and doubles honors. Under the supervision of Miss Ruth Hetherington, who was assisted by Miss Mary Lou Enberg, cadet from VJ. S. C., the girls played every Tuesday and Thursday after school. JoAnn Cogley and Margene Lang were managers this season. In the finals, Mary Penna and Virginia Penna defeated Lou Ann Habel and Jo- anne Gruber for the junior-senior doubles championship. Lenor Sontag and Wilma Taylor topped Inga Pederson and Dorothy Nolan for the freshman-sophomore dou- bles honors. Mary and Virginia Penna Une stroke' of gwzius coming up. Virginia and then slaughtered the lowerdasslnen to be- Jlary I'f'n11a Ill'N107LSfTllfl' ihe 'why 1111.11 1c'l1f'r1'- fore gif fhe f,,,f,gC,,f,, ,,,,,,,,, come the top doubles team of the season. Front row, left to right: Jackie Lindhout, Pat Brennan, Joyce Lee, Thelma Doggett, Beverly Summers, Stella Martello, Mary Penna, Jo An Cogley tmanagerr, Margene Lang tmanagerr, Rosalie Collins, Beverly Groom, Gloria Green, Marian Babcock, Sylvia Hannah, Nancy Haskins, Shirley Manlove. Second row: Suzie Walters, Beverly Oleson, Joanne Gruber, Beverly Blackwell, Jerri Valiquette, Joyce Bullock, Donna Phelps, Willomae Saiter, Barbara McCarty, Helen Hubbel, Karin Cederwall, Lavonne Snider, Jeannie Johnson, Lou Ann Habel, Marlene Bartlett, Sunny Steele, Diane Samuels, Mardene McCarrey, Gene Sprinkle, Louise James. Third row: Claudine Sorenson, Marlys McGeorge, Loraine Rasmussen, Joan Duke, Kay Andre, Dianna Pomery, Coralyn Wilson, Helen Reser, Phyllis Phillips, Marian Seidel, Virginia Penna, Matalie Milk, Jeanne Frieske, Marlene Patgens, Amy Mc- Guire, Donna Barney, Jane Anderson, Mary Johnson, Dorene Koenig, Ginger Coomes, Mary Ann Malmquist, Marilyn Ellis, Carol Anderson, Shirley Widman. Fourth row: Lenor Sontag, Jo Ann Laface, Velda Lamson, Beverly Baidleman, Marlene Johnson, Pat Gage, Shirley Bass, Patty Schrader, Jane Klaus, Bernadine Kussman, Norma Jean Brand, Glenna Duncan, Gloria Althouse, Beverly McLaurin, Edna Worthington, Phyllis Luschei, Lois Kovistra, Elva Beeman, Louise Fisken, Wilma Taylor, Elnora Stoller, Dorothy Nolan, Inga Pederson, Peggy Kooken, Joyce Pencosky, June Berglund, Gwen Upp. one hundred fifty-six SWIMMING-Front row, left to right: Kathleen Butler, Marilyn Moore, LaVonne Snider, Leta Cook, Frances Bennett, Kathleen Bigham. Doris Nelson, Nadine Ruhling. Suzane Wa'ters. Second row: Marlene Lasher, Donna Nelson, Donna Scollard, Lydia Ann Henry, Janet Adams, Jean Clark, Joyce Kippen, Edna Worthington, Arlene Pogson. Third row: Pat Schneider. Joanie Walder, Kay Andre, Coralyn Wilson, Helen Reser, Barbara Caudill, Marlene Emley, Myrna Plock, Sharon Russell, Dianna Pomeroy. WIMMI G Under the direction ol' Miss Pinkham, twenty-one girls turned out for swimming every Monday alter school. Frances Ben- nett and Leta Cook were co-chairmen of these after-school workouts. A swimming meet was held during the spring. Included in this meet was the 220- yard free style: 50-yard free styleg 100- yard breaststrokeg l00-yard backstroke: l00-yard sidestrokeg and underwater swim. The seniors won the meet with 35 points, followed by the juniors with l9 points. Kathleen Bigham patted the senior victory by breaking two school records and chalk- ing up 30 out of the 35 points. LaVonne Snider led the juniors with I0 points. "Un your mark, get set, gof" one hundred fifty-seven Boys and girls who had period six liree and who were interested in skating enjoyed trips to the ice arena every VVednesday and Friday this winter. 'llransportation was provided and each paid a twenty-five cent lee at the arena. 'l'he skaters learned forward and back- ward circus steps, three turn, inside mo- hawk. spirals, two foot spin, outside and inside forward rolls, figure eight, pivots and the Dutch waltz. Miss Wilhelmine illlllllll taught them jumps. Miss Timm, along with Miss Elsa Pinkham and Miss Muriel Allison, had charge of the group, several ol' whom were in the Silver Blades cl11b "Ice Parade of l950" this spring. Among these skating enthusiasts were the following: Clarice Barth, who was the student chairman: Kathleen Bigham, je- nette Brown, JoAnn Castleberry, Dave Dow, Margaret Eseke, Barbara Garside, Mary Heberholz, Lois Jacoy, Helen U'- Grady, Norma Oliver, Donna Olson, Nyla Urness, Joan Quass, Joanne Stromme, Lois Taylor, Reba Walser, Joan Wirch, Donna Vensel, Velda Lampson, Helen Lewison, Larry Held, Alan Torgeson, Dwight Booth, Doris Nelson, Richard Brown, and Dale Plewmon. Members of the Silver Blades from North Central who participated in the "Ice Parade of 1950" were Dave Pencosky. Nancy Pencosky, Lois Oxreider, Gail jackson, Carol Jean Smith, Louise Waugh, and Inga Pederson. . m,,,r ICE SKATING-Center: Nancy Pencosky. Back row, left to right: Jenette Brown, Reba Walser, Dwight Booth, Miss Timm, David Dow, Clarice Barth. Larry Held, Norma Oliver, Carol Jean Smith. on 0 hundred fifty-eight OIFTBALL Softball was the last interclass sport which the girls gym department sponsored this spring. Wlith Miss Ruth Hetherington in charge. the girls played every NVednes4 day and 'lhursday morning before school. 'lieams were chosen and captains elected by the dillerent classes. 'l'he goal was the title for the class teams. 'lhe girls' gym department had. as usual. a varied schedttle. ln the gym classes during the winter season, the girls learned various types ol' dancing and new steps including the tour jete' and ara- basque. 'l'his dancing was taught by Miss Pinkham and came in handy lor Doll Shop. 'llhe girls also learned warm-up exercises and something about health through the health reports they wrote out. Late in May, the annual track meet was held. All girls taking gym could and were encouraged to turn out. ln l92'1, Margaret Hodgins threw a baseball Qltl leet. 8 inches and her record has never been equaled. Elizabeth I-luerlin's record high jump ol 4 feet. 8 inches still stands from ISHS. Besides the work in the regular gym classes and interclass competition. the tenth biennial Doll Shop was sponsored by the gym department. Miss Elsa Pinkham. who heads the department, with nearly 300 people in the cast, turned out a wonderful production. t l l l Ramona ffrzsffyj Shaffer falfex a lwffy 87Q'i7lgfIJIlf nii.vs1'.v :luring .vofflmll prrtefieeu ll'11fehing flu' play are: lllargarrf Fraigrfn, Gloria Grrmt, and flllllflllffl' .Vorri.vou. one hundred fifty-nine one hundred sixty ! S+, L mit Qi BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1950 Portraits of Personality and Distinction Z . . 436 Peyton Building YOUNG MEN Sl-IOP AT FOGEL- O 5 2 CONGRATULATIONS O 5 FUEEI.-5-UUISTS GRADUATES Q "THE SPOT" wishes fo exfend Z "Besi' Wishes" +o fhe graduafing Q class of I950. We hope ihai' you Z have enioyed ihe many hours of 3, en+er+ainmen+ fhaf have been lg available for you- U7 2 at 55 Q Hi-Nite fThe Spoij CORNER SPRAGUE-WALL The KELSEY - BAIRD SECRETARIAL SCHOOL Secretarial, Stenographic and Bookkeeping Courses Approved for Veterarfs Training Hutt0l'1 Bldg. - MA. 6746 Spokane, Washington 65112 CDfYji5ge8fD fc? .1 -i fr m QA ,dv 1 5 cf kj ' 1 WWW L7eQ1ef7ev54'D 5 Famous for Diamonds and W'atches Since 1907 807 West Riverside IllIllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllll one hundred sixty-one T- ' 1 1 ' v' , ff "" 'QM ' N gl ' Q, 0 ngtlatuletlolgg I lvl. : I " ved, ha le Pgsicient of the ax M4161 QW' y . of if U E "U lte Staiesish, belplected by a direct yu E xy M l 0 ,f K . Q E te' oftife p leiywyas the delpate proposit- gif A My N.. E. A C E , L, - n g - ll tea , 1rst 1nt ural COYYIPCIIIIOH E W m y ' Ei! ca ' thfkse i d Clark nondecision k M 9,3 Ardgi A ? I ' arQent, w the high school teams of ' 2 li., ix E Sgdane an s immediate vicinity met not i E ,. K I t 5 t win b merely to feel out the cases of their E er P :R o nts and to strengthen their own. I' ' 5.4 ' if ,- i .E -' .1" E t : J V ,X y 1 lf' 'V IW ff? W, 'lf H I l Mi' -0 fl V ,..D . 'M f . I. V129 W elallon f In the next few weeks, the Northeast ebate league, consisting of the following schools, was organized: West Valley, Central Yalleyoiflarycliff, Gonzaga, Rogers, Daven- poYt?North Central, Colville and Mead. For ogheygest of the semester these schools met each 4 J 1 ' other weekly and engaged in two decision de- E .1 J 1 :xullll llll llllllll llllllll llillllllll lll"""' """ "' , 'hSSICK9S RUGS l With a little help you can be your own decorator. Select things you will enjoy, keep rooms "fresh and airy" with colors carefully selected. Let Essick's staff assist you. one hundred sixty-two N. 22I Posi' DRAPERY bates in each school. The results of these Ulllllllllllllllllllllllllllllnllll lllnlllllllllllnlluIllIllllnlllllllllllllllllllllullllllllllllllllg AVAILABLE-NOW CASTLE GATE COAL Washed-Dried-Sized-Oiled For Furnace, Stoker, ,S't0've or Grate The Coal to Burn is Castle Gate Delivered Clean Burns Clean Stays Clean Order AUDUBON FUEL CO. FA. 2525 debates were tabulated and pointed toward Ullllll the winning of a grand trophy. Ultimately, 5 the trophy was jointly shared by Gonzaga, C I ' E West Valley and North Central. 2 E The advent of the second semester her- alded the opening of the more grueling de- bates-the tournaments. The first was at VVhitworth college, February l8. All four North Central teams made the semifinals but they all lost, placing N. C. third in that meet. Then the team traveled to the twin cities of Lewiston and Clarkston, debated for two days, and also placed third there. The last tournament was at Gonzaga, March l6-l8. North Central's only triumph was Dick Greenwood's placing in the extemporaneous finals. Following is a list of the teams: Dick Greenwood and Marvin Lanphere. Cliff Lunneborg and Frank Storey, Dick Gustaf- gnIllIllIllIlullIIllnIllIllIllIllIllIllIllIllIllIIlllllllllnlnlIllInluIunlulIlllulllnuulullllun. Electrical Contracting - Supplies Sporting Goods il? BOB ' S ELECTRIC 2607 NW. Blvd. FA. 5821 - 4, ,. : - : "'-fs Graduates RUTH ERFORD'S . i.1.:.t.:.:.:.,a ,-. '41 TRIPLE E. 2I25 SPRAGUE AVE. SPOKANE 2 GRADUATION SUITS At BROOKS D' All Sizes - N ESS Regulars, Shorts and Longs, S , f.f!. ivfa.3:,f Single or Dlzogbfe-breasted E i.g ,-::. g 0 e S I 334-50 to 564-50 iiffiiiilfff :.1- 5i5l5E5E5l' ..,......,.,.. -.-:3 52523 M S1 H d Spwkan IllIllllllllllllIllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll one hundred sixty-three CONGRATULATIONS 1950 Seniors Shop in your neighborhood jewelersg first for Watches, Rings, Ilamonds, etc. ll0LAND'S JEWELRY son and Bill Ellerng Charles Nealey and Leslie Same-ls, Marlene Goodfellow and Phyllis Hopkins, and Tom Harris and Ron McFarland. All the members of the team except the three graduating members plan to continue next year with debate. Phone BR. 3018 Indiana and Monroe Shown with the team's well earned trophy are top debaters, Dick Greenwood, Marvin Lanphere and Cliff Lunneborg. The worldss most wanted fx, 0 517 I ,lf X l 7 gzfl pen . . . ,ff PARKER ff 99 lflllf' . Qffilkff' -ff" , Qfiffwf f OP ,ZZ X . ff xy eaee E PEN AND PENCIL SET 58.75 1:55 New Parker "21" offers the rich beauty and flawless writing of a W' luxury pen . . . yet it costs you so little to give! In red, blue, green and black at Grahamls . . . your choice of points. I J S Jolt .Giwmtecm one hundred sixty-four 707-711 Sprague avenue, Spokane, Washington UO my 'ZCLZIZLLKQ H0115 Congratulations 0 the ' I M950 Sensors a 50 z X -' 'k Complete it Banking Service SECUQITY BQANCH Gammon Company SeaHle-Firs+ Na+ional K Fresh Milk and Ice Cream 804 N. MONROE STREET 5 407 Cataldo BR 0364 Friendly pause cocA?33fTE3??ITKRfe, INC. hddtyf . .... Goin Sinai! ,L Mk OWL ere ls M my 1 iglt AU ti A ow ' i ai' flue Evergreen Theafres lHXfrSlHllfrllHPHlHM HARDWOOD LUMBER SPECIALISTS Manual Training Supplies Insulation EXCHANGE Lumber 81 Mfg. Co. N. 2615 Cincinnati GL. 1621 SPOKANE lllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllll one hundred sixty-six Life lVith Father lcohtinued fI'0m page 1061 The play takes place in the late 1880's at at the Day home in New York city. Vinnie's juggling of the family finances, to say noth- ing of the maid problem, keeps father in a bad mood most of the time. The activities of the four Day sons supply a lot of action to the play. Clarence jrfs love affair with young Mary Skinner provides the romantic touch. The pompous minister, the Reverend Dr. Lloyd, is enlisted by Vinnie to aid in getting father baptizedg but he finds when father makes up his mind, it takes more than Well-aimed sermons to change it. Properties were a real headache for the cast, as 162 items were included in the prop list. The play is seldom presented in high schools and required special permission from the authors. glulllIllIlllllllllllllllullllllll DODSON'S Fine Jewelers for 63 Years 517 Riverside CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF '50 GEORGE R. DODSON, INC. A Store for Everyone IVith 20 Departments lass for Every Purpose air Desk Tops ik Mirrors sir Window Glass jf? Plate Glass ie Auto Glass at the SPOKANE GLASS CO. W. 1023 Third Ave. MA. 5274 FREE PARKING UXEDO Full-Dress SUITS At Low Rentals Complete outfits for wed- dings and formal affairs including shirt, collar, tie 'a'a""--f- and studs. Choice of Tux- 11'e Ship edos-single or double- .'I11ywl1crc' breasted. Also masquer- .,.....,.,., ade costumes. MILLER - DERVANT l0l7 Riverside Ave. Phone MAin 6642 ATHOW STUDIO 4th Floor Fernwell Bldg. Spokane, Wash. RI 5482 Jlffafilzaa cggofz f Smarf, Complefe Ladies' and Men's Apparel Also New and Exciting Infan+s', Childrerfs Wear Phone FA. 3442 W. 920 Garland llIIllIIIIIlIIIIllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllll one hundred sixty-seven P 5 H 0 T 0 G R A P H S Congratulationf Seniors from... DOBLlVIEIER'S Arcade Bakery 1718 N. Monroe Street "The World's F inest" KING Band Instruments "' Complete Music School 4' Rent a Band Instrument "' Rent Applies to Purchase KIMBALL PIANOS "The Keyboard of the Nation" HOFFMAN BROS. MUSIC CO. 816Vz W. Riverside MAin 6841 one hundred sixty-eight S. R. A. 1Continued from page 695 The major task of the constitutional committee and the S. R. A. officers was not, however, the integrating of committee sug- gestions, but rather the decision as to whether to establish a one or two-house legislature. Although many high schools consulted by the S. R. A. reported that their law-making body consisted merely of one house, the com- mittee recommended that two houses, both having the same powers, one consisting of home room representatives, the other of class representatives, student body and League and Federation officers, be established. The constitution was so drawn up and presented to the student body to be voted on article by article, and section by section, at the beginning of the spring semester. With the exception of three articles, all passed on gnnlnlnlInnlInlllnlllIInIllInunmuIllIllIllnlulInullllIllIllIllIllIllIlulullllllllllllnlllu BEST WISI-IES to the SENIORS OF 1950 from -me George House Cafe 3rd Ave. at Walnut Complete Drive-In Service the first ballot, and the revised three were then accepted. The first task under the new government was the setting up of an election commission to direct the first student body election in North Central's history. After several weeks of nominating, petitioning, and screening, primary and general elections were held and after student body officers and senators were elected, both houses began functioning as provided for. The members of the House of Representatives had been elected in January to serve as a spring S. R. A. until the consti- tution was approved. The length of office of senators, repre- sentatives, and officers, was, however, short, as only a little more than two months re- mained in the semester. Elections for fall semester officers and senators were held at the end of the year. :lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllll Redd alutes The Graduates! Congratulations on your reaclz- ing this high step toward your educational goal. : The friendly team of over a thousand employees of the Washington VVater Power Company wishes you contin- ued success from here on. When in Need of Furnishings for the Home Remember Symmes Furniture 119 N. Post st. Riverside 2275 FOR THE Newer and BeHer Things in Jewelry BE SURE TO SEE SARTGRI Master Craftsmen in Jewelry North 10 Wall St. Illllllllllllllllllllllllll one hundred szxty mne Don'I' Bo'rI1er WIII1 I+! We Know How I'o Do All I'I1e REPAIRS BEN ll E'l'1"S AUTO Rcsulm Body and Fender Work, Repairing 2622 W. Seventh Avenue MA. 5780 Spokane, Wash. Insure Your Appearance With the Garmentioians fvs ONE-DAY SERVICE 0 Z - Wesi' 502 Indiana Phone BR. b000 For Personality Portraits Come Again Soon . . . to Thank you, Seniors, We will be looking forward to photographing you again on the next important occasion. CHRISTIAN STUDIO 104 N. Howard St. one hundred seventy MA. 1025 , .Lu I ' WA W4 K I nj" UW6 n J 2' Nw ,Q f l , , jcfggbg OP I" l E'Ml9uaq3yfService and Econ J ' 1' - ,rg X If if AJ! AHHHZIM 11 if my M' nv Agiunuw nuuns, iff gf f ul,'f gEfL.2fE lW.. W VE? VV M' Ulf : HW- V67NB00heC'L E S+ H urs a a.m.-zo p fp Af if ffl EVERY DAY ff A S .,1, Lu.. , ,, .1 rw lb. . . . . , . R i hdd 1 1 . h K J ' ' A I lllllslllllllnig I 1 Q. : ' J E Y. A Sponsors of Hi-Y 'Clubs - . A 1 ' . 3 N ,if Basketball ' 'H Barking ' Swirtungng-l . ' x . f l3odyJBulilkl1ng "ima V 1 . 4 . Recreational Groups W . o OPERATORS OF Y. M. C. A. CAMP REED ON FAN LAKE For 105 years the Young M enfs Christian Association has been training youth for leadership. COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS wiv PRATT FURNITURE N. 213-215 Post Street Phone RI. 6119 one hundred seventy-two ',, ' 'QNJ Q.fNew,s ' J - ' . I ' ' 2 . 0 fContmued3ifrom page 955 ' .M '. f' , 'P . ,1 Iiss Mckennfa, after consgbltfing. With the ' 1 '1 ' 'T I . . . f . . ,r . J 95 re 1r1 editors,-appoi ts eaeh semester to the girioiiipeilitorial posi ions, 'jburnalism astu- 5 entsl who 'have' provedltlieir abilities in -writin - E11 adershi It is thi h this . 3 91' P' I, lnethdd also that memberslof Qui'll,ah Seroll 1 . 4 J indgiolnion Press dub areiselebted. Jw, J 1 :A3fHelrNews. as a member off the National N ui hcliolasfic, Press 'associationj has EQOA its All- Americanjor highest auiadilfor four en con- utiifq years. the Columbia, lmlfniuersity ,association ,it has been iiwzirded the Medalist, or higghest gwardg jlt has 'also won the Quill -land Scroll: International honor award and the 'Gallup awardxfor distinctive achievement in journalism. ' Y Junior Press club is a city organization, sponsored by the Spokane Press club for high AllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIllIllllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll CHEERS! For our ALL-STAR lineup of Fine Pastries Bakitchen Goodies on your team of GOOD FOODS RUTH ASHBROOK BAKITCHEN Your Party Baker 1819 N. W. Blvd. FA. 3031 Spokane, Wash. lllllllll school students who are interested in going on in the journalism field. Each semester the club awards a S500 scholarship to the most promising junior journalist in the city of Spokane. Sunny Gilmore, editor of The News, won this scholarship in january. News staff members also belong to North Central's Edward R. Murrow chapter of Quill and Scroll, an honorary society for prospective journalists. Responsible for the work of the editorial staff are the managing editor, news editor, associate editor, editorial page editor, and the sports editor. The managing editor super- vises all phases of publication of The News, while the news editor is in charge of complete coverage on beats, measurement of inches and pictures. The advertising manager is in charge of ad solicitors. She plans the ad copy and sees that the ad total is kept to the quota set for the year. gl!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll LUCAS MOTOR PARTS I Car Parts O Accessories O A Complete Shop Conveniently Located 909 W. Indiana Ave BR. 5786 BR. 5786 When Life Seems Topsy Turvy McBEAN'S DRY CLEANING Sets Everything Right Again Sir Hours 7:30 to 10 p. m. 2811 N. MONROE EUHHIN PHHK HUHISiS Mrs. Pierce - Mrs. Gage Weddings our Specialty Corsages .ET E tix 3' E ' -U i L .' E ST te", : Af . fvy E xr s E i X North 3036 Monroe Street : Telephone, EM.2462 E OPEN EVENINGS E Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll one hundred seventy-three CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF '50 s ? E 5, Q as 0'- llia. S .-::: : Delicious Hamburgers SPIN INN SCHOOL SUPPLIES TOYS, GIFTS, ETC. Band iContinued from page 821 A new high in enrollment was reached in the fall with 155 boys signed up. The spring semester saw 145 boys eager to participate in the many activities of the organization. The marching season got under way with the band participating in the annual Merry- Go-Round game at Ferris field and in the stunt "Love's Old Sweet Song," which they presented along with the Red Feathers. They also presented a stunt at each of the games held on the N. C. playfield. Marching nearly two miles, the band added greatly to the Balloon parade which was held in November. The 49th formal concert was presented February 14 and 16 in the school auditorium. Proceeds from this performance helped in the uniform expansion program in which gpllIllllllllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllu FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Served to You by 3 Stores Sir PET S . D S Elsa THE VARIETY MART - fff 1809N.DIVISION 'BTW f' Vi - X N t s Wm. Roshou, Owner 818 G d MQ - .Nw at one hundred seventy-four K0 M Ml F7 N . y I , lffvljfgwlf 0 lffffffrl the band has made definite progress, adding enough coats and hats to supply the entire membership. Sleeve emblems have been added to the uniforms. In May, the band made its l7th trip to the Washington State Apple Blossom festival at Mfenatchee, where it participated in the huge parade and presented several concerts. As in past years, highest honors were brought back from the festival. Spokane's annual Lilac parade saw the North Central band in the line of march along with other bands from throughout the Northwest. The Memorial day parade also featured the band. The 50th formal concert was presented May 25 with a student matinee preceding it. - all tu mvensuoc Keepsake Registered Proceeds from the concert were also added Pianjonds to the uniform fund. Exclusive m Spokane THE PEP BAND, under the student Im We .t WM NURTH MUNRUE CONGRATULATIONS FURNITURE EXCHANGE SENIORS I 2 - ::::::::::::::::::::::: Charles L. Baldwin Robert M. Eakins Buy Groceries at Rowles f f 1 f O . . NEW AND USED FURNITURE pen Evenings until 12 p. m. for your convenience f Y f 1 Rowles Food Center N 42 M S W. 605 Sprague Ave. ' I O onroe +ree+ MA' 3393 Phone BR. 1473 Spokane, Wash. one hundred seventy-five Congratulations To All Youse GALS and GUYS lVe're Miglity Proud of You Here at LES CRITZER'S MEN'S SHOPS 712 W. Sprague 5011 N. Market fm-M t ilvel' Grill Spokane's popular dining room and coffee shop . . . Adjoining the New Silver Room in the Spokane Hotel First 8z Stevens "Once Our Guest Yozfll Come Again" llllllllllllllllllll Illll Illlllllll one hundred seventy-six direction of Merlyn Anderberg, completed another successful season with L. C. Brad- ford as adviser. They made their first ap- pearance of the year at the Chronicle All- City Football show at the Fox theater. They played for two school dances and for the ma- jority of convocations throughout the year. The hockey season at the Ice Arena was officially opened with the music of the Pep band in the background. ln April they jour- neyed to Havermale for a program of popular music. The tenth biennial Doll Shop saw several members of the Pep Band re-organized into an orchestra with the addition of a violin from the school orchestra. North Central basketball rooters heard the Pep Band at four games during the season. A program was pre- sented for the Rotary club at one of their weekly luncheons. inllllllIllllllllllllvlllllllllllllllllllllllll ART LACEY dommszaiaf gggotogzapfiy ik Home Portraits ik Weddings ik Family Groups W. 1228 Augusta BR. 5514 BEST WISHES FOR A SUCCESSFUL FUTURE n 0 L ,I I VK7 JA! .ff A ll I4 f fa, sn, R, sa, "Your" Singer Sewing Center Riverside and Lincoln Across from Post Office MA. 5164 Learn +o Fly ai' Mamer-Shreclc Air Transpori' Flying School I Nor'I'hwes+'s oldest, largesf, mos+ up-fo-dale Flight School. I Government Approved. C 27 AIRPLANES 'lo choose from, including 'l'win-engine and sea- planes. MAMER-SHRECK AIR TRANSPORT Felts Field Spokane LA. 7281 J . Poulin Co. Twin Stores MODERN FURNITURE COMPLETE FOR T H E H O M E N. 1411 Monroe BR. 1184 "Spokane's Silver Center" Invites you to inspect and compare our selection of over forty patterns of the w01'ld's most Beautiful Sterling. We are the exclusive agents for "Kirk Sterling" famous for their glorious Repousse and for never having dis- continued a pattern. NELSON JEWELERS Illllllllllllllllllllll lllllll one hundred seventy seven To Be +he BEST-DRESSED MAN On the Campus On the Job Or Anywhere STYLIZE YOUR WARDROBE With Clothes HAT FREEMAN'S COURSES Stenographic Business Administration Secretarial Master of Accounts Private Secretarial Pre-College From 'THE SHOWPLACE OF SPOKANE, Garland Ave. at Monroe St. WANT A GOOD POSITION? ATTEND KBU! Get your training Where employers get their office help. Make yourself popular and desired. Get a good position and enjoy a larger permanem' salary. Executive and Store Mgmt. Business and Salesmanship Calculating Machines Free Lifetime Employment Department KINMAN BUSINESS UNIVERSITY South 110 Howard Street .lllllIllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll one hundred seventy-eight Spokane, Washington lllllllllllll llllllllllllllllllllll W- ' DEN SOW Y-XXRYKXKXXRY-. Y-DR XXSS X 'P ' ELECTRIC I A store devoted to supplying the Spokanes most modem . a lia t ' S k l furniture needs of the PP nee S ore m po anes most desirable Inland Empire district Garland's Complete Appliance Store Values of Known Quality Personalized Budget Terms 815 W. Garland 133.2581 I' SENIORS Bu rchett Studio "Makers of Fine Por+rai+s" .iff s. 13 Howard sr. MA. 2821 one hundred seventy-nine for your ELECTRICAL NEEDS 800 -Q v v Brown-Johnston Co. N. 118 LINCOLN MAIN 2174 Here 9s Wishing You . . . A Successful and Happy Future am M vouInAl1 nuoioonfxvuv W. 926 Garland Ave. one hundred eighty Varsity Basketball fContinued from page 1373 The final win over Rogers gave North Central an undefeated league record. In two nonleague games against strong Idaho frosh, N. C. lost 48-38, and 39-31. North Central drew Lincoln of Tacoma as her first opponent in the state basketball tournament. The Indians held off a Lincoln rally to squeeze out a 32-30 victory. With the referees calling 59 fouls-34 against N. C.- the Tribe fell as the second-round victims of an undefeated Lincoln of Seattle, losing 48-33. The lfVarriors fought back to down High- line's Pirates 42-32, to go into the seventh or fourth place depending upon the outcome of the lfValla VValla game. Having been held to a halftime, 19-19 tie, the Blue Devils handed the Indians seventh place by unleashing a allllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll IlllllllllllllllllIllIllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll SPOKANE BEAUTY SCHOOL Invites North Central's Graduates to Learn BEAUTY CULTURE The Demand Never Has Been Greater for Beauticians Evening Classes LUELLA GOVAN Manager barrage in the second half that sank the Indians 42-32. Captain Kenny Benshoof received two trophies at the award convocation-one for the best free throw record of any team mem- ber, and the captain's trophy, presented by the YVarriors. The Spokane Daily Chronicle presented the team with a new perpetual trophy, which will go each year to the school winning the city basketball crown. Doug jydstrup was chosen on the second all-state team and Ken Benshoof received honorable mention in Seattle: Jydstrup, Ben- shoof, and Dick Edwards were first-string choices on both city papers' all-city teams. Other team members were: Bill Klise, Burt Lucas, Rod Walker, Gene Whiting, Darrel Keulpman, John Edwards, Charles Chandler, Don Fleming. Bill McKay, and Merlyn An- derberg, team manager. gnnlnlllnulullIllIllnlnullnllnlnlnnunnlnun Congratulations... TO THE GRADUATES, From the Northwest's Famous Bell Furniture Company. Each department salutes y o u a n d wishes you the very best of luck in the coming years. Bell Furniture Co. Always Your Headquarters for Finest Food and Fountain SERVICE DESERT SUPERBURGER JUMBO MALTS AND SHAKES ra, A .Lzj il gnulli MEM norfu llllli , I S lllil l LEARN TO FLY Personal Flight Instruction PAY AS YOU FLY VANDERVERT'S SCHOOL OF FLYING Government Approved School Felts Field Spokane, Washington G. I. Flight Training llIllIllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllll I- one hundred eighty-one llHIlWllHlH llllllllil : LOCATED IN BEAUTIFUL E E COUNTRY HOMES ESTATE E E NORTH OF SPOKANE Q Offers the Finest in O Liberal Ar+s I Pre-Professional and I Secondary Teacher Training C nient Bus Service from Coeur d'Alene Hotel and North Side S350 a Year Covers Tuition and All Fees BEST WISHES To Our GRADUATING MEMBERS Frank Storey Cliff Lunneborg Charles Nealy Gerald Fry Gerald Davis F R O M the rest of us Dick Gustafson Ron Scalero Marvin Lamphere Bert Byrne Frankie Phillips Dwight Palmer Roger Morse Ron Seedovf Paul Audel Don Baumgart Ron McFarland SPOKANE AUDUBON JUNIOR TOASTMASTERS inIllIllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll one hundred eighty-two Doll Shop fContinued from page 1053 The leads, who Wrote their own script, based their lines upon the buying-selling theme. This "shop" dialogue is the cue or introduction for various dance and song solos along with the group routines. The youthful shop owners, Jeanie, Mickey, and Ron found the key to happiness behind the doors of their enchanted shop, the Scandihoovian family, hayseed still fresh in their hair, found the bliss of domestic tran- quility, While joan and her lively sister, Susie, discovered a doll-and something more. johnie Johnson, the roving sailor experi- enced heartache and then love Within the shop's compelling atmosphere and Mr. Fixit, the cantankerous old janitor, Wound up with his dustmop. an allergy to livin' and a crick in his ever-aching back. Nostalgic selections from "South Pacific" IllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllIllIlllllllllllnlllllllllu: 0 .,- , fi.,- AND BEST WISHES TO 1950 GRADUATES From 05 4 ituhio W. 920 Sprague MA. 8515 along with two new "Pop" Rice originals were featured in this year's production. "The Old Lady in the Shoe," written by Mr. Rice, with lyrics by Miss Christine Mc- Rae, was one of the novelty numbers along with "Dumbo's Debut." A few of the new features were the Johnson Rag, Civilization, Five-Foot-Two, Samoans, and a savage solo by Dixie Lee McMurray. Faculty personnel involved were Ruth Hetherington, Daniel Davis, W. Stanley Taft, Marylou Enberg, Jane jette, Bob Drum- heller, Agnes McHugh, Kenneth Mhyre, Charles Chandler, Vern Broadwell, and Kenneth Hagen. The Shop orchestra was composed of Pep Band members and violinist Laura Stewart, a member of the school orchestra. Music was under the baton of L. C. Bradford. When Your Pictures Are Signed 'lpmhmll iq filehon " They Bear a Mark ot Distinction The N ELSON STU DI O MAIN FLOOR SHERWOOD BLDG. 510 RIVERSIDE WE SERVE EVERY FAITH, CREED AND FRATERNITY ik HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME N. 2203 DIVISION Boulevard Drug Store FRED MARTIN PHONE FAirfax 9533 2703 N.W. Boulevard Spokane, Wash. Let's Get Acquainted one hundred eighty-three l. l 1.,w,L , , ' ic, A JQMJ Q. lfkffd, 'EVA' fvlfarlw. SQMWMQ 9256015 you neednof .guess , 1 e mazizvfazn dmpfe equi ment dndan ex- P 'bncea' arf and 772QOA0l2lb'0f5f0f' -ff Q5 0 256025 ourloatrons needfeavf nozfizizbg to 06627208 THE AMEDJCAN COMPANY 1904 M , 4 . Mwf,f5 A435625 cfffgfyjf i1iWTV ajft! '5!"f, 'fir V"ub"'v Wf' LVM X cow!! iff' lu 5 W nf my c yd? fiiw Jfwkgmsgff 1 WS WM Www ,ff ,fW X 5fP"'J ,MJ Wpfjiffigww fjfjf v 'Y im: K! 'WH ve 'EF 4' W .Q Q I 4 If , X aw E 9553: 1 lg 5 Q wwf 5. ,,:-:ww ' N f f ' SNK-W A a '49 M ' 1 im? 3 W- V 3.. .-2-: . .f-,awe l A eg P ,.,::,,, .,.,. , .. .,.L,.,, . m m M 'Qi Mil .I -I' 'HQ Wwhx ,.,:, ,,., A k f my-Q I W K 5 x K N A . x rf Li- . i f if-fa idk L . L P yi Q 'ww 4 DM A ,, fx' f , . f L, My kkk.. , ', ' V3 Y Q 'V I K' 7 ii W I' Q 35? :.. ' ., . I gf! : I MSW i ' V f V, ' w V i an wks f A ' ,xl-F1 '-i ,- I . M f . g NN L -7h' f1?.,,1L5?Qm'. . K g ! .qggxri gi uf N VV Qx X lg M S.: K AW ' -lax K was V? an ' if :Q , 0 . g Q Qgmggg V , X rw :" . X ' - I ' ff was ml: V x j, -1 I W f, J ai .. , ,, 4-.I- , z.V K Mu K I Vw M ' E kv 5 fi It Q-ma y 1. V , . ., A, W .55 .Eii3wu pw? . W w f.. VA V ,ff V Ay t K 56 i 4 Y A ., , K ig - 55.33 -K -LA K ,, , V gf? ew. K, X 3 w ,A fy L ' S, ' 'M 5 I . ,.,, . U K V K . W k W ., A wx ' 'ig -Q ' mx, A ' .T i s if il ' 4 X f .V --'A "-QL .-.," ' 'T M . m ' 14 ' Y 1 V g ,ww h 1 V qi .. . ,, 7+ Q 46350135 . Q ,x ,A L, '+ 1 3, 'Qf 9 is 8 X Sf' -3 .1" " 2 W ,' f i ' 52 'L 'QQ gf ,V U v ! K' A " ' 1' ' ' U fn ' x . Mfwefl! N W M x as-wx if


Suggestions in the North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) collection:

North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collection, 1947 Edition, Page 1

1947

North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collection, 1948 Edition, Page 1

1948

North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collection, 1949 Edition, Page 1

1949

North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collection, 1951 Edition, Page 1

1951

North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collection, 1952 Edition, Page 1

1952

North Central High School - Tamarack Yearbook (Spokane, WA) online yearbook collection, 1953 Edition, Page 1

1953

1985 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1970 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1972 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1965 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals 1983 Edition, online yearbooks, online annuals
FIND FRIENDS AND CLASMATES GENEALOGY ARCHIVE REUNION PLANNING
Are you trying to find old school friends, old classmates, fellow servicemen or shipmates? Do you want to see past girlfriends or boyfriends? Relive homecoming, prom, graduation, and other moments on campus captured in yearbook pictures. Revisit your fraternity or sorority and see familiar places. See members of old school clubs and relive old times. Start your search today! Looking for old family members and relatives? Do you want to find pictures of parents or grandparents when they were in school? Want to find out what hairstyle was popular in the 1920s? E-Yearbook.com has a wealth of genealogy information spanning over a century for many schools with full text search. Use our online Genealogy Resource to uncover history quickly! Are you planning a reunion and need assistance? E-Yearbook.com can help you with scanning and providing access to yearbook images for promotional materials and activities. We can provide you with an electronic version of your yearbook that can assist you with reunion planning. E-Yearbook.com will also publish the yearbook images online for people to share and enjoy.