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

 - Class of 1951

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1950 1951 Glflld UCL f:RAi'lC1'lURNING, lllulq Gl'S'l'AlfSON co-ca'il0r.v PRINTED IN SPOKANE TRADE SCHOOL PRINT SHOP Miss NIARY NICKENNA, adviser n ,I , . ' s A , f x Af ,Q ' 'Y A 45 N L.,, Q , M ff H Q V2 mfg W ,Q M: f x A 1 ' Q . ' , ' H ' M' - " ' ,f XX ,W WWW, ' . ff I P 1 . IA, ...... i . V .. ,L V M my A , W , I !IXX X K W ,Jenny X-Jffw M N 4' 3 A K 7, , ' ,W I ' 'I' f H , ,f 93 HQ-, V ' i 'Y' ' - ' "ff 1 1-mf , , f if ., ,NJWZL W, ,U . - R ' q3,.1f.5 L, .. 1 iw, K4 W Aix 2 ,f A "V 'kv' '11 W' Q . X 4 Q a . 1 X 1 , ' , Y. '11 , Q, 1. f ,. V. ,' fs L-jf' 7 'fi N J N Q gx , .fi ry - -1 NL' y ' ,L "fl ' - N , F., A W. M,-,L U YV I 4, - f x 'IRR wx ,gxl ef f 'I 7. t , :J,YJ1?1f , Z, ti, i XJVKZKN . V f 1 A M35 ,ff ' A , 'c"2r". ' 4-,W 1 M f f N 5 yi, Q Q V4 , V ' 5 -gh A,1K",rj . Xi,f:ir'fl,AQk.-93'-x Ala! k w J ,. 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An old English contraction of "God be with ye," it expresses the finest Wish one may extend to another. So we wish that He may direct the ways of the hundreds who will leave their Alma Mater in this eventful year, to spread to the farthest corners of the earth. Eventful times call for strong men and women. We believe that our graduates have made preparation to meet the challenges of stern times. We believe that they have learned that development of the intellect is not enough. Intellectual discipline must be coupled with social, emotional, and moral discipline if the individual is to live well. Only upon such a foundation, in its citizens, can a nation build stability and security. Our good wishes go with every one who walks through North Central's portals for the last time. May "God be with ye." O D 0 WALTER C. HAWES, Vice Principal ODAY is Tamarack day. For some forty years there has been such a day, each issue containing a record of North Central in that year. Today's issue contains the record that you helped make. Can you improve on that record? 'I'o many this will be the last Tamarack they receive. They will not he here next year, and the job goes to the undergraduates. As you autograph your friend's Tamarack, he sincere-wish your friends well. 7257! O ce tajf Advisers, Stud Halls Top row: Patricia Barton, attendance clerk: Marjorie Stoner, secretary: Vera Bay- lcy, bookroom clerk. Bottom row: Patricia Damon, girls' adviserg Lowell Bradford, boys' adviserg Gladys L. Dunphy, study hallg Lucile Hawes, study hall. "Signing lu" eleven , 1 1 mQi?jQ, 3 . wig Vgqlm i :xx ', wg: gy, n. m, M www 55, iii 1 X W1 'W iMusic . . . Art Kenneth C. Mhyre, Robert Biner, W. Stanley Taft, Lowell C. Bradford, Gerald Hartley. IQENNETH C. NIHYRE ROIIEIVI' BINER VV. STANLIQY TAFT Art, Head Art Music, Head Washington State College, B.F.A., University of Washington, B.A. Occidental College, B.A., M.A.g B. of Ed.g Art Club Adviser. San Jose State Collegeg Washing- ton State College. LowIt1.1. C. TSRAn1fo1:z: G1:1eA1,1:- I'lAR'l'I,EY North Central Band Director Music Reed College, B.A.g Whitman University of Washington, B.A., College, M.A.g Boys' Adviserg lVl.A. Productions Committee. zNNwh""" ,lrlixlic f1L'II'iIlA'U.Y 'clruzc' mf! lIifC1lfl011 z1'1r1'if1g j't"ZL'Jl1'j' drlxs. 1 "1---u-,.,, ..., thirteen -Q--W-...Q ll 1 ' x A H 4, ff vw. ,',. wfd, .5 -gag , .j f K XX C,,,,f ,, ,X ' ff ,-rr' Q1 ,- Q. , ..,.. 0.4. , I V . ,, .. ... ff .,. ..,. ,0- ' , f - 1 xx ' 1 aslifi'w1. , W? ' . wk . ,fly mx ,vw N ' QW ff f ,,.f KK, , kjkxyfx f Ju-l4,:., Av ' ,,3lvY"w'M A ' 41' :M , , -::-- '7' ' ' I Y A Y A L f . - -ul k V ....,,-,W-.ggulnl-Y hw 'if Q exif ri Commercial Top row: James O. Griggs, Alvin B. Danielson, Alfonso A. Manfred. Bottom row: Helen I. Maynard, Mary K. Paulson, Violet Starkweather. Ruth Winkley. JAMES O. Giuoos ALVIN B. IJANIELSON Commercial, Head Commercial University of Washington, B.A., College of Puget Sound, B.A., M.A. Track, Baseball Coach. ALFONSO A. MANP'RED HELEN I. NIAYNARD Commercial Retailing, Head G on z a g a Univ e rsity, Ph.D.g University of Washington, B.A.g Washington State Collegeg South- Eastern Washington College of ern Methodist Universityp Educationg University of Oregon. VIOLET STARKWEATHER MARY K. PAULSON Commercial Commercial University of Minnesota, B.S. Oberlin College, B.A.g University of California, M.A.g Certificate of Study, Paris, France. RUTH VVINKLEY Commercial University of Wisconsin, B.A.g University of California, M.A.g Commercial Club Adviser. fifteen s 5 New hgx 11 i. ,Psi-fir! K i 551 gg , - il English Top row: Grace Campbell, Edward E. Anderson, Robert Bland, John Christen- son. Helen Cleveland, Daniel Davis. CERACE CAMPRELI, English, Head Washington State College, B.A., University of Oregon, University of California, Columbia Univer- sity, University of Washington. EDXVARD E. ANDERSON English Eastern Washington College of Education, B.A. in Education, University of California, B.A., Washington State College. ROBERT BLAND English Whitworth College, B.A., Intra- mural Sports Coach. JOHN T. CIIRISTENSON English, Debate University of Minnesota, B.A., Whitworth College, B.A. in Edu- cation, Rifle Club Adviser. HELEN I. CLEVELAND English Washington State College, B.A., M.A., ASB Adviser, Vox Puella- rum Adviser. IJANIEL DAVIS Washburn College, B.A., B.M., Colorado State College of Edu- cation, University of Kansas, All-City Boys' Chorus Director, Sponsor of Cheerleaders, Direc- tor of Boys' Federation and Girls' League Quartets. ROBERT L. lDRUMHELLER Dramatics Whitman College, B.A., M.A., University of Washington, Uni- versity of Alberta, Harvard Uni- versity, Thespian Adviser. VELENIA EAKER English Whitworth College, B.A., Wash- ington State College, Eastern Washington College of Education, Three C's Co-Adviser, STA Rep- resentative. GUY L. GRISVVOLD English North Dakota State Tea chers College, B.A., University of Mon- tana, M. in Ed., University of Minnesota. Second row: Robert Drumheller, Velma Eaker, Guy Griswold, Mabel McLaugh- lin, Christine McRae, Margaret Rawlings. Bottom row: John Malterner, Mary Mc- Kenna. DJIAIREI, NICLAUGHLIN English University of Washington, B.A., Horizon Club Adviser. CHRISTINE MCRAE English, Psychology Whitman College, B.A., Columbia University, University of Wash- ington, University of Montana, ASC Election Board Adviser. NlARGARET lRAVVLlNGS English University of Idaho, B.A., Uni- versity of California, University of Southern California, Weyatese Club Adviser. JOHN lWALTERNER, JR. English Whitman College, B.A. in Bus. Adm., M.A. in Ed., Traffic and Grounds Squad Adviser. NIARY BKICKENNA Journalism, English University of Idaho, B.A., Uni- versity of California, Washington State College, Publications Ad- viser, Seventeen a ,. nf!! ' " if NITED Y 4 1 . f? V 1 ' , 1 7.1, I 44, , figqwfgg-'L' ' - w'3r?f?'f5if's ' kv' ffibfffg A ms. Q 'T fy .....Q..H,v.M, 1 1 --fr--Q' . " .Q ,,, -... -1--H' -M uh: si ii, ig Lil ,Au ig, , S X 9' ?!,,::,,,,.,, -gf ' -..M - ,M ,. .....4.,y ........ -.,- ff, Hsu- - Y f "H pn-Q-w M,N.,.W..,,., , , , ....,..w.uw.....,,A..-pf ...N 4 2 S , , , . 45' 9' 'rf Wai . , -Q , ,f fmqi J: . K U 'MNH A . . . ""Q., 1? 34f,?A5g'y,Xmpy3 wp,--4--3A.13'v2x,g 9- -1,3 Lp- N K ,,4g,v.w y xy M14 gg? ' :xv -' ' Vx- M ,em A-sw '-459x631'imgf'Q3o:.gg1fgov,',,. wg . 'K-Hsu M ,K h ii,:5 ?,.y x is - ' Q ,Qielnwez-xwf., N 1 u .v ,,,..Q :L ' Social Studies Top row: Charles A. Chandler, Muriel Allison, Robert Hoesly. Bottom row: Charles R. Randall, Warren Riopelle, John Rodkey, William Whitaker. CHARLES A. CHANDLER Social Studies, Head University of Idaho, B.S.g Colo- rado State Teachers Collegeg Washington State Collegeg Ath- letics Business Manager. NIURIEL L. ALLISON Social Studies ' University of Washington, B.A., Washington State Collegeg East- ern Washington College of Edu- cation. ROBERT HOESLY Social Studies University of Washington, B.A., University of Idahog Eastern Washington College of Educationg Freshman Basketball Coach, As- sistant Track Coach. IDEI, JONES Social Studies Washington State College, B.S.g University of Southern California. HOXVARID MCNEW Social Studies Eastern Washington College of Education, B.A., Washington State College, B.A.g Assistant Track Coach, Tumbling Coach, Convocation Scheduling Com- mittee, Adviser, CHARLES RANDALL Social Studies University of Denverg Washing- ton State College, B.A., M.A., Willamette University, LL.B.g Head of Visual Education. NVARREN J. RIOPELLE Social Studies University of California, B.A., M.A.g Whitworth College, Sports- for-all Director. JOHN RODKEY Social Studies Whitworth College, B.A., B. of Ed.g Intramural Swimming Coach. VVILLIAM M. VVHITAKER Social Studies, Safe Driving University of Missouri, B.S., M. of Ed., Gonzaga Universityg Kan- sas State Collegeg Washington State College, Football, Baseball Coach. Del Jones, Howard McNew, x nineteen D , , , , V M5 ,- - -4 + , K Q-,' ' K- 1 - ,L V- -, ., -. M -A P, f, -. , ' g ' v lg iggif - its J K , - K1 ' ' if KK 5 , ' , , Q -. ,. K' Ki f K gg, I jf sy K K K f 'if ya K K . 1, Sf - K ' KK r'ffKK ff- ' K 'K y-5? 31 . A K 12 K K KW 7"K'gw -3-ww K' -"P K R' . T' K' K Z5'79ff'Kxc5g2 SK.Nf5'K' W 555 K KK fs- K sy Q -V fi? -KE - " K . K K K My -K A ,Af K asf, -if K K K. K K' ' S42 fix QF KM - K? x , V lf rn - . sg in A ,, . li A K , ga N., ., i2K,yLi.,,.. 5 35. 1 - 4 KK K K KK , K K f 5 24 f, YC, i Kff ' f 'QQX Q , . .fggf 1. 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QQ- L45 f-is K, K -wi , 2 ' K ' f, K -2 K , figm- 33-.4 ., 1-we dp- 4 4 K ' ' K A mu- 2 L'-K -f--K--gK:!-1z5v5.i2g,,,, ' ' 1' K' f K fi f lf KK K -fs 'sig' -f , K- Q,e,f. f,- f 1 Eg! ,inf-gK:,Q . fag-':,' ,A f KK -KX, .M 7fK s5g,v!f"f25s2Yyx525f"gK3': . 25 f 1 in I , gm 'ii -.lx -if, ,452 3 1- , Jwgfifffggj 1 - 3 gk 11 xg K K - 'f,,gfX5 ,A. K K. . L v -3, - , , x ' ., ,rv , H x f 5 K -J"ffk" ,Q ' " ff ug, ' . ,.. 'Q-.TI-A - uw if ' K, K x ' X Ka, - - , K - f . ' -Q , ,. I N H 1 J, . ' ' , K a., 'XR .K M '? , ll 'E K Lx Eff' Q H l 'Q Q 2 Q S ESR 1- K S Ta . Home Economics . . . Industrial Arts Tap row: Bessie Graham, Ruth Bloom, Elizabeth Killingsworth. Bottom row: Christine Neuman, Irene Wood. George Theodorson, Vern Broadwell, Kenneth Hagen, Dale Spurgeon. 121355112 GRAHAM Home Economics, Head University of Washington, B.S., M.S.g Columbia University. RUTH BLOOM Home Economics Ohio University, B.S. E1,1zA1sETH IQILLINGSWVORTH Home Economics Washington State College, B. Ed.g University of Washingtong Uni- versity of California, CHRISTINE G. NEUMAN Home Economics University of Nebraska, B.S., M.S.' Eastern Washin ton Colle e , 8 E of Educationg Futu re H om e- makers of America, Adviser. IRENE Woon Home Economics University of Minnesota, B.S. GEORGE THEODORSON Industrial Arts, Head Washington State College, B.A.g School Treasurer. VERN BROADWELL Manual Arts Washington State College, B.A., B. of Ed.g Eastern Washington College of Educationg Stage Crew Adviser. ICENNETH HAGEN Mechanical Drawing North Dakota State Teachers College, B.A., B. of Ed.g Wash- ington State College, M.A.g B Squad Basketball Coach. DALE SPURGEON Metal Shop University of Oregon, B.S. twenty-OTLQ 1 .,.,. 4 Q I Forei n Lan uages . . . Librar Bertha Boehmc, Genevieve Oppen, Frances Theis. Mary R. Bacon, Dolores J. Ellis. liICR'l'IIA HUIQIIIXIIC G1QN1cv1Ex'14: CJPPICN lf'RANc'15s 'VH1-:ls Foreign Languages, Head Spanish Latin Washington State College, B.A.g Willamette University, B.A.g Uni- University of Montana, B.A.g University of Californiag Uni- versity of Washington, M.A.g Carlton Collegeg University of versity of Oregong Columbia Uni- Gonzaga Universityg Washington Californiag Washington State Col- versityg University of Munichg State Collegeg Spanish Club Ad- legeg Latin Club Adviser. Junior Red Cross Adviser. viser. MARV R. Biwox Doitoings J. ELLIS Head Librarian Assistant Librarian Smith College, B.A.g New York Elmira College, B.A.3 University State Library Schoolg Amores of Wisconsin, B.L.S. Librorum Adviser. "Busy as little bees" twenty-three ..A...Q.7..M., ,K ww. L.,M...:W:3' xW,,i...1 M3 Www Mathematics P. H. Nygaard, R. A. Baldwin, Robert Barnard, Verna C. Betz, Burrill Exley, John Norby. l'. H. INYQLAAIQI: Mathematics, Head University of Minnesota, B.A., M.A,g St. Olaf Collegeg Washing- ton State Collegeg Gonzaga Uni- versityg Math Club Adviser. XXICRNA C. Bwrz Mathematics Washington State College, B.A,, M.A.g Eastern Washington Col- lege of Educationg Whitworth Collegeg University of California. IQ. A-X. ls1AL1m'lx Mathematics University of Montana, B.A.g Washington State Collegeg Uni- versity of Washingtong North Central Safety Division. lh'R1u1.I, EXLEY Mathematics Washington State College, B.A., B. of Ed.g Whitman Collegeg Mur- ray State Junior Collegeg Dayton Universityg Senior Class Adviserg Intramural Sports Program. Rolxlikr BARN Alun Mathematics Washington State College, BS., M.S.g University of Washington. DIOHN Noam' Mathematics University of Idaho, B.S, in Ed.g University of Californiag Gon- zaga Universityg North Central Safety Division. Chalk work!-an ifllegral par! of any math class twenty-five f-an .3 fl ll Science Tcp row: Ernest L. Hix, Donald R. Bonamy, Paul H. Neuman. Bottom rcw: David K. Rowand, George A. Smith, Paul E. Tobie, Wihelmine Timm. ERNEST L. Hrx Science, Head Washington State College, B.S., lVI.A.g Boys Tennis Coachg ASB Adviser. DONALD R. BONAMY Science University of Washington, B.A., B.S., Sociologyg Washington State College, Frosh Football Coach. PAUL H. NEUNIAN Science DAVID K. ROWAND Washington State College, B.S., B. of Ed. GEORGE A. SMITH Science, Photography Colgate University, B.A.g College of Puget Sound, M.A.g Sports- for-All Swimming. PAUL E. Toon: Science Whitman College, B.S.g Univer- sity of Oregon, M.S. Washington State College, B.S. E.E.g University of Washington, Chess Club Adviser, Fire Drill Chairman. WILHELMINE TIMM Science University of Minnesota, B.A.g Skating Adviser, Golf Coach. twenty-seven, N H. 'ff' w .f Ywna.: Physical Education Elsa M. Pinkham, Ruth Hetherington, Phil Sarboe, William Diedrick, Jerry Stannard. ELSA M. PINKIIAM Physical Education, Head Sargent College, B.S.g Harvard Universityg University of Cali- forniag University of Washingtong Washington State Collegeg Red Feather Director. RUTH HE'rnER1NoToN Pull, SARUOE Physical Education Physical Education, Head Washington State College, B.S.g Washington State College, B.A.g Whitworth Collegeg Spokane Varsity Football Coach. Junior College, Color Girl Direc- tor. VV1LLlAM DIEIJRICK GERALD STANNARD Physical Education Physical Ed., Safe Driving Eastern Washington College of Eastern Washington College of Education, B.A.g Assistant Var- Education, B.A., B. of Ed.g Ottawa sity Football Coachg Assistant University, B.A.g Washington Varsity Baseball Coach. State College. fqinlpm--.msWM..m,, .,,.i....i,, W. ., l-2-3 -and into the aqua para twenty-nine K Y If Q .1 A , '29 4 f' qui , V, ,QL 3 9 qi. mx , Qi' NSA 4 J-S, 5 X 9552: w 2' wks! sa 4 3' i .: I' -1:31459 thirty-two Januar Graduates January Class Officers Bill Oberheu, frcaszfrcvfg Barry McMahon, prcsideni Mary Perma, xcrgvaIli-ai-armsg Louise VVaugh, 7Ji1'c-pravicleizig and lN'lz11'ilyn Chase, .vcc1'c!r1ry. Alden, Grita Home Economics Home Room President, Secretaryg Hall Guardg Roll Checkerg News Representativeg Big Cousing Locker Monitorg League Honor Rollg League Representativeg After-School Sports. Armfield, Harry Richard Science Footballg Trackg Sports-for-A11. it it if 'ir Babbitt, Glen Waldo Social Studies Frosh Trackg Operettag Doll Shopg Library Representativeg Red Cross Representative, Hall Guard. Babcock, Marian Commercial Co-Head of Gym Departmentg Red Feathers, Secretaryg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantsg Color Girlsg Home Room Presidentg League Honor Roll 8 timesg League Representativeg After-School Sports. it it 'fr it Barr Arthur L. Science Y, Home Room Treasurerg Rifle Club, Treasurerg Library Repre- sentativeg Sports-for-All Certificate. Beller, Darrell Math Home Room Vice-Presidentg Federation Representativeg Band. 'li' it -it uf: Berg, Don W. Music Bandg Pep Bandg Orchestrag Doll Shop Orchestrag Tamarack Representativeg P.-T. A. Representative. Bettis, Bee Home Economics Graduated in 3112 years. Home Room Presidentg Math Clubg League Representativeg League Honor Roll 6 timesg Locker Moni- torg Operettag Melody Capersg Library Monitorg Color Girlsg All- Activity Shieldg After-School Sportsg Big Cousin. ik iff il' iff Bland Darlene June Home Economics Y, League Honor Rollg Big Cousing Towel Monitorg Roll Checkerg Hall Guard. Bock, Eleanor Edith Commercial Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Library Representative, Office Messengerg League Honor Roll 3 times. 'ir it Sk it Bowen, Annette Mikiel Social Studies Graduated in 31!2 yearsg All-School Playg Operettag Thespians, French Clubg Hi-Time Serenadeg Melody Capersg Spring Pageant. Bradley, Robert G. Industrial Arts Bandg Orchestrag Trackg News Representativeg Hall Guard, Federation Representative. aff 'ik ir it Breshears, Howard Industrial Arts Brighton, Leila LaVaun Social Studies Transferred from Lewis and Clark. S. R. A. Representative. thirty-three Burton, George L. Science Federation, Dues Lieutenant, Treasurerg Grounds Squadg Stage Crewg Baseballg Footballg Rifle Club. Canwell, David Science Cross-Countryg Trackg Federation Representativeg Grounds Squadg Library Representativeg Red Cross Representative. if: iff 1? 'A' Chase, Marilyn Anne Commercial Senior A Class Secretaryg Student Court, Secretaryg Big Cousing Commercial Clubg League Honor Roll 4 timesg League Representativeg Tamarack Representativeg Hall Guardg Locker Monitorg Red Cross Representativeg Library Representative. Christie, Verne N. Industrial Arts iff if 'fl' iff Coleman, Dolores Mae Commercial Hall Guardg Tamarack Representativeg Big Cousing Commer- cial Clubg League Honor Roll. Compagno, Marilou Music Graduated in 3V2 years. League Honor Roll 4 timesg Red Cross Monitorg League Monitorg Home Room Secretary, Treasurerg Spring Pageantg Nurse's Assistantg Walk Slip Monitorg Conserva- tory Office. aff -A' 'A' iff Cork, Dona Lee Home Economics Big Cousing R011 Checker. Cozzetto, Joseph Grover Social Studies Basketballg Footballg Library Representativeg Federation Rep- resentativeg Hall Guard. if si: 'tif 19: Darling, Creighton Lee Industrial Arts Footballg Basketballg Baseballg Library Representativeg I-Iall Guard. Dashiell, Marjorie Clare Social Studies Transferred from Holy Names. Big Cousin. iff iff lfx' 'Af Dowler, Robert Kem Industrial Arts Cross-Countryg Track. Draxton, Lurene Marie Commercial Color Girlsg Home Room President, Vice-Presidentg Big Cousing Hall Guardg League Representativeg Tamarack Representativeg League Honor Rollg Library Workerg Gym Office Monitorg After- School Sports. iff iff it 'A' Drcyer, Gerald L. Commercial Footballg Basketballg Trackg Federation Representative. Duchow, Virgil Marcus Science Footballg Basketballg Baseballg Track: Federation Council, Treasurer, Presidentg Senateg Warriors Clubg Convocation Com- mittee: Library Representativeg Spring Pageant. tliirty-four Dunsire, Kenneth James Social Studies Basketballg Footballg S. R. A. Representativeg Hall Guard. Dyer, Larry Science Football, Track, Library Representative. it it if: -it Ellis, Suzanne Marguerite Foreign Languages Song Leader Chairmang Color Girlsg Spanish Clubg Amores Librorumg Vox Puellarum, Secretaryg Central Council, Hall Guardg Locker Monitorg Gym Office Monitorg Big Cousing Home Room Treasurerg League Honor Roll 4 timesg Honors Board, Trackg All- Activity Shieldg League Representativeg Senior A Honor Roll. Engle, Virginia Lee Social Studies Library Representativeg Doll Shopg Roll Checkerg Hall Guardg Big Cousing Basketballg Softball. il' 12' il' 19: Ericksen, Andy Industrial Arts Basketball. Fellows, Jean Commercial League Representativeg Roll Checkerg Big Cousing Hall Guardg Library Representativeg League Honor Roll 3 times. if 'Dr wir it Ferrier, Arlene Marie Home Economics Graduated in 3V,4 years. Three C's. Fisken, Sally Ann Home Economics Color Girls, Secretaryg Red Feathersg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg Better North Central Committeeg Big Cousing Library Workerg All-Activity Shieldg Towel Monitorg Volleyballg League Honor Roll 7 timesg Home Room Secretary, Hall Guardg Roll Checker. 'il' it il' 'iff F'elstad, Orning B. Social Studies J Student Body Treasurerg Cross-Countryg Doll Shop, Spring Pageantg Dance Committeeg School Finance Committeeg Honor Roll 4 times. Garlinghouse, Larry Gene Commercial A. S. B.g Ground Squadg Refreshment Counter, Managerg Hall Guardg Federation Representativeg Library Representative, News Representativeg Red Cross Reperesntative. 12' it il' YK Graham, Lavona Juyne Science Transferred from Garfield, Wash. Tamarack Representative: Hall Guardg After-School Swimmingg Roll Checkerg Office Mes- sengerg Spanish Club, Secretaryg League Honor Roll 4 times. Gray, Geraldine Social Studies Tamarack Representativeg News Representative, Big Cousin. ui? 'iff air 'Dr Green, Gloria Elaine Math Red Feathers, Chairmang Color Girlsg Football Princess At- tendantg Interschool Regulations Committeeg Convocation Deputy: State Representativeg Vox Puellarum, Vice-President, Latin Clubg Quill and Scrollg News Staff, Tamarack Staff, Associate Editorg Spring Pageantg Doll Shopg League Representativeg Central Coun- cil, All-Activity Shieldg After-School Sportsg Tennis Teamg Hall Proctorg Gym Monitorg Big Cousin, League Honor Roll 8 timesg Honor Roll 6 timesg Senior A Honor Roll. Groom, Beverly L. Home Economics Color Girls, Chairmang Red Feathers, Sergeant-at-Armsg A. S. B.g Central Council, Spring Pageantg Doll Shopg School Playg Big Cousin, League Honor Roll 7 times, Convocation Deputy, Red Cross Representativeg Home Room Secretaryg After-School Sportsg Gym Monitorg Rest Room Monitor. thirty-five T.. . K -if fm Hancock, Kayo Industrial Arts Basketballg Footballg Baseball. Haskins, Nancy LOU Commercial Transferred from Fullerton, Calif. Graduated in 31!2 years. Home Room Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer, Red Cross Rep- resentativeg After-School Sportsg Hall Guardg Locker Monitorg Orchestra, Operettag Doll Shopg Spring Pageant, Spanish Clubg Commercial Club, Vice-Presidentg Big Cousing Ticket Sellerg League Honor Roll 3 times. it 'iff sir if Hawes, Betty Elsie Social Studies Home Room Presidentg French Clubg News Staffg Big Cousing Library Representativeg Nurse's Assistant, 3 C's Club: Slip Collector. Heavner, Eddie Earl Social Studies Operettag Library Representativeg Boys' Chorus. Sir sir 'il' iff Heuston, Zada june Commercial Graduated in 31!2 years, Library Representative, Commercial Club. Hopper, Carmen Commercial Graduated in 31!2 years. League Representative. Y? if it ik' Hormng, Grace Ann An Tamarack Co-Editor, Art Editor, Central Councilg League Treasurerg League Honor Roll 8 times, S. R. A. Class Senator, News Staff, Editorg Editorial Page Editorg Art Club, Vice-President, Corresponding Secretaryg Vox Puellarum, Historiang Amores Liborum, Presidentg Spanish Club, Treasurerg Quill and Scrollg Red Feathersg Color Girls, Historian-Reporter, All-Activity Shieldg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg Volleyballg Big Cousing Senior A Honor Rollg League Representativeg Red Cross Representativeg News Representativeg Library Representativeg League Office Monitorg Awards Committeeg Signs and Advertising Committeeg Color Week Committeeg Honor Roll 8 times. Hutchins, Carolyn Louise Commercial Big Cousing League Honor Rollg Spring Pageantg News Repre- sentativeg Hall Proctor, Locker Monitor. ik' 'ik it if Johnson, june Marie Commercial Graduated in 31!2 years. League Vice-Presidentg Color Girls, Chairmang Red Feathers, Doll Shopg Spring Pageant, Football Prin- cess Attendant, League Honor Roll 5 timesg All-Activity Shieldg Operettag Central Councilg Big Cousing Senateg C o n v o c a t i 0 n Deputy, Office Monitorg After-School Sports, League Representa- tiveg P. T. A. Drive Chairman, Mothers' Tea Chairmang Senior Re-- ception Committee. Jones, Carroll Science Transferred from West Valley. it it il' it Keith, Mary Ellen Art News Representative. Killham, Marlene Commercial Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Choirg Operettag Hall Guardg Library Representative. it if it il' Kl0OZ, Coty Lorrel Home Economics Graduated in 315 years. Red Feathersg Color Girlsg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg F. H. A., Vice-President, Treasurerg League Honor Roll 4 times, Home Room Vice-President, All-Activity Shieldg Big Cousing Library Representativeg League Representativeg News Representativeg After-School Sports. Knight, Imogene Louise Social Studies News Staff, Managing Editor, Associate Editorg Tamarack Staff, Associate Editor, Red Feathersg Honor Rollg League Honor Roll 6 timesg Latin Clubg Quill and Scroll, Presidentg News Representa- tive, League Representativeg All-Activity Shieldg After-School Sports: Big Cousing Junior Press Clubg Senior Baccalaureate Committee. thirty-six Lambert, Shirley Ann Home Economics Red Feathers, Football Princess, League Honor Roll 3 times, Spring Pageant, Doll Shop, Big Cousin, After-School Sports, Golf Team Manager, Con Deputy, Hall Guard, Vox Puellarum, League Representative, All-Activity Shield. McKay, William M. Math Football, Basketball, Baseball, Spring Pageant, Federation Representative. 15' T: 771' ii' McMahon, Barry Math ' Student Business Manager, Senior Class President, Spanish Club, Treasurer, President, Amores Librorum, A. S. C., News Rep- resentative, Federation Ticket Committee, Student-Faculty Fi- nance Committee, Doll Shop, Honor Roll. Martello, Stella Home Econo mics Co-Head Gym Department, Color Girls, Sergeant-at-Arms, Red Feathers, Historian-Reporter, "Our Town" Play, Doll Shop, Spring Pageants, League Honor Roll 8 times, Tamarack Representative, Home Room President, News Representative, Red Cross Repre- sentative, After-School Sports. 'ik' 'fr ik if Meyer, Herman Math Meyer, Richard E. Science Band, Math Club, Federation Representative. :Tv 'iff it iff Miller Alldre Ruth Commercial 3 Y Graduated in 316 years. Big Cousin, League Honor Roll, F. H. A., Office Monitor, Home Room Vice-President, Secretary, Library Representative. Moe, Donna Lee Art League President, Art Club, President, Sergeant-at-Arms, Golf Team, Captain, Manager, Red Feathers, League Honor Roll 4 times, Doll Shop, Big Cousin, Con Deputy, Gym Office Monitor, Rest Room Monitor, Red Cross Representative, All-Activity Shield, After-School Sports. iff 121' it 12' Morford, Donna Rae Home Economics Big Cousin, News Representative, Roll Checker, Hall Guard, League Honor Roll. Mosso, Marian Home Economics Color Girls, Red Cross Representative, Doll Shop, Art Club, Red Feathers, Spring Pageants, Big Cousin, Home Room Vice- President, Slip Collector, League Honor Roll 3 times, Towel Monitor. it if fr ik' Mudge, Robert Bruce Math Tennis, Football, Library Representative, Home Room Presi- dent, Student Manager, Tamarack R e p r e s e n t a t i v e, News Representative. Nelson, Beverly Commercial Art Library Monitor, Library Worker, Library Representative, Doll Shop, Operetta, Softball, Western Dancing, Big Cousin. uf: Yi' air -it Noel, CaI'0l Jean Commercial League, Secretary, Vox Puellarum, Secretary, Commercial Club, President, Color Guard, News Staff, Associate Editor, Tamarack Staff, Associate Editor, Central Council, Doll Shop, Thespians, Amores Librorum, Quill and Scroll, Spring Pageants, Honor Roll, League Honor Roll 6 times, Home Room Treasurer. Nordlund, Beverly Marilyn Commercial Color Girls, Home Room President, League Honor Roll, Big Cousin, After-School Sports, Bookroom Worker, Library Repre- sentative, Library Worker. thirty-seven Nyreen, Lowell Dean Industrial Arts Oberheu, William James Math Senior Class Senator, Treasurerg Federation Committee Headg Home Room Presidentg Bandg Pep Bandg Operettag Doll Shopg Orchestrag Spanish Club. iz iff ik ik O'Connor, Robert Ross Science Trackg Cross-Countryg Math Clubg A s sis t a n t L i b r a r y Representative. O'Donnell, Violet Margarette Home Economics 'A' iff 'fir sk 0SbuI'I1, Phyllis Home Economics Color Girlsg Tamarack Representativeg Big Cousing Rest Room Monitorg Slip Collectorg Hall Guard. Osterback, LeRoy Vernon Math Federation Representativeg Sports-for-A11 Committee Chair- mang Federation Treasurerg Tamarack Representative, Tennis, Basketballg Rifle Club, President, Secretaryg Home Room President. mfr 'A' 'ii' iff Peckham, Noreen Elaine Home Economics Graduated in 31!2 years. Home Room Vice-President, Secre- taryg All-School Play, Doll Shopg Library Workerg Roll Checkerg After-School Sportsg Operettag Big Cousin. Pencosky, Nancy Ann Art ' Red Feathersg Art Club Corresponding Secretaryg Spring Pageantg Big Cousing Figure Skating, Chairmang Home Room Treasurerg Costume Managerg All-School Playg S. R. A.g Tamarack Representativeg Central Councilg League Honor Roll 4 timesg Softballg All-Activity Shieldg Tamarack Staff. iff if 'fir iff Penna, Mary Jean Home Economics Senior Class Sergeant-at-Armsg Red Feathersg Color Girls' Tennis Team, Captaing Home Room President, Vice-President? Spring Pageantg Doll Shopg Big Cousing League Honor Roll, Central Councilg All-Activity Shield, 1 Barg Tennis Letterg After- School Sports. Pryor, Arthur Allen Math Intramural Swimmingg Bandg Orchestrag Boys' Chorus. 'E it fa' sir Reid, Wilma Lorena Home Economics Graduated in 315 years. Locker Monitor. R0binSOI1, Donna Social Studies Big Sisterg League Representativeg Library Representative. 'A' 'A' ik 'ik Rosenlund, Donald zvram Footballg Rifle Club. Rowland, James A. Industrial Arts . Graduated in 31!2 years. Intramural Basketballg Wrestlingg Tumblingg Hall Guard. thirty-eight Schneider, Gertrude Commercial Red Feathers, League Honor Roll 3 times, Spring Pageant, Doll Shop, Big Cousin, Central Council, Library Representative, Towel Monitor, Locker Monitor, After-School Sports. Sebring, Marilyn Louise Commercial Graduated in 31!2 years. Home Room President, Secretary, Glee Club, Thespians, Secretary, League Representative, Doll Shop, Spring Pageants, Operettas, Roll Checker, All-School Play, Big Cousin, League Honor Roll 4 times. -it it aff iz Shearer, Ruth Arlene Commercial Graduated in 3V2 years. Color Girls, Secretary, Red Feathers, Spring Pageant, League Honor Roll 5 times, Honor Roll Point Committee, After-School Sports, Big Cousin, Central Council, Vox Puellarum, Hall Guard, Home Room Vice-President, Tamarack Representative, Roll Checker, Bookroom Worker. , Simons, Eugene Roland Foreign Languages -if me fr is Skinner, Robert L. Social Studies Warriors, Track, Cross-Country, S. R. A., Tamarack Represent- ative, News Representative, Red Cross Representative, Sports-for- All Representative, Baseball. Speers, Penny Charles Math Graduated in 31!2 years. Intramural Boxing, Flag Football. 'ii' it 'A' iff Springer, Janice Elaine Math, Graduated in 3Vz years. Color Girls, S. R. A., Operetta, Big Cousin, League Representative, All-Activity Shield, League Honor Roll 5 times, Slip Collector, Home Room Secretary, Treasurer, Attendance Monitor, Roll Checker, After-School Sports. Stevenson, Jeanine Commercial Graduated in 31!2 years. Home Room President, Vice-Presi- dent, News Representative, Tamarack Representative, Library Representative, Big Cousin, League Honor Roll, F. H. A., After- School Sports. 'lk' if if? iff Stewart, Laura Mae Commercial Operetta, Melody Capers, Doll Shop, Orchestra, Tennis Team, Softball, Ice Skating, Library Worker. Stone, Ronald Industrial Arts Federation Representative, Traffic Squad, Hall Guard, Scho- lastic Honor Roll. if if: if 'Br Stoughton, Laura Lee Commercial Graduated in 31!2 years. Glee Club, Library Worker, Home Room Secretary. Szymcazk, Joyce Fern Commercial Big Cousin, League Honor Roll 2 times, Spring Pageant, Li- brary Representative, Tamarack Representative, Hall Proctor, Home Room Secretary, Locker Monitor. if? 'ir 'ir 'il' Tanner, Joyce Marie Math Graduated in 315 years. Color Girls, Home Room President, Doll Shop, All-Activity Shield, 1 Bar, After-School Sports, Hall Proctor, League Honor Roll 6 times, Library Worker. Thomas, William Norman Science Graduated in 31!2 years. Westernaires, Boys' Chorus, Cafeteria Worker. thirty-nine Nw 49' forty Thompson, Vivian Marilyn Commercial Spring Pageant, Commercial Clubg Gym Monitor, Badminton, Big Sister, League Honor Roll. Tollefsen, Karen Home Economics Graduated in 3V2 years. After-School Sports, Library Workerg League Honor Roll 4 times, Spring Pageant, Glee Club. 'iff lf? 'ik 'Af Varner, Melvin Math Rifle Club, President, Team Captaing Stage Crewg Federation, Vice-Presidentg Traffic Squad, S. R. A. Representativeg Footballg Basketball, Softball, Wrestlingg Marine Reserve. Waugh, Ellen Louise Commercial Senior Class Vice-Presidentg Color Guard, Red Feathers, Color Girlsg Spring Pageant, Doll Shop, Home Room President, Tama- rack Representativeg Home Room Secretary, Golf, Captain, Mana- ger, Figure Skating, Chairman, All-Activity Shield, 3 Bars, League Honor Roll 8 timesg Spanish Clubg School Finance Committee, Big Cousin. Xi? 'Br if if Wiggins, Charles Louis Math Graduated in 31!2 years. Westernairesg Boys' Chorusg Federation Representative, Cafe Worker, Hall Guard, Intramural Swimming Award. Williams, Marian Louise Home Economics Library Representative, F. H. A. ffl' 'Cx' 'il' iff Williamson, Erma Home Economics S. R. A.g Refreshment Counter Workerg Doll Shop Monitor, Hall Guard, Big Cousin, News Representativeg Tamarack Repre- sentative. WV1lson, Diane Louise Foreign Languages Color Girls, Red Feathers, Quill and Scroll, Spanish Club, Latin Clubg Doll Shop, Spring Pageant, S. R. A., League Repre- sentativeg Big Cousin, Gym Towel Monitor, League Office Monitor, All-Activity Shield, 1 Barg League Honor Roll 8 times, Honor Roll 6 timesg Senior A Honor Roll, News Staff, Tamarack Staff, Ad Manager, Senior Editorg Tamarack Representativeg After-School Sportsg Home Room Secretary, Treasurer. ir il' iff if Wing, Margie Home Economics Graduated in 31!2 years. Operettag D011 Shopg Spring Pageant, All-School Play, Gym Monitorg After-School Sports. Wolfe, Marian Louise Commercial Graduated in 315 years. Library Representative. 'ik it 'ik 'A' Wood, Swannie D. Transferred from Wenatchee, Washington. Operetta. Hfoodworth, Duane M. Social Studies Transferred from Imperial, Nebraska. Grace Horning Barry McMahon Imogene Knight Jean Noel Louise Waugh Gloria Green J oe Tewinkel Rod Walker Mary Keene Marvin Lanphere Alvin Greening J une Evans Marian Crisp Carol Beaty Danna Leuthy Tom Harris Melvin Davis Barbara Allen Dean Denison Jerrine Valiquette Art Sharpe Ruth Rule Pat Thiebes Dick Greenwood Honor Roll JANUARY Ronald Stone Robert O'Conner Richard Meyer Diane Wilson Zada Heuston Donna Moe Karen Anderson Billie Ann Morgan Barbara McCarty John Morgan Mary Ensberg Donna Phelps Jeanne Frieske Dick Gustafson Marjorie Hartman Jim Tef ft Gail Jackson Helen Hubbell Ellen Kawaguchi Bill Cook Beverly Blayden Carol Levick Lorene Bentley Ron Hagadone William lNIcKay Laura Mae Stewart Virgil Duchow Lavona Graham Vernon Osterback Eleanor Bock JUNE Florence Coleman Charles Mochel Lou Ann Habel Charlotte Morrison Mary Ann Malmquist Jean Johnson Blanche Harvey Leslie Tiffany Ann Hedger Robin Rymond VVillomae Saiter Cecil Gorman Phyllis Phillips Marilyn Carlson Charles McNeil Marilyn Ellis Paul Carlson JoAnn Garske Bill Loveless Marian Babcock Janice Springer Suzanne Ellis Marilyn Chase Carmen Hopper Carol Anderson Lou Jean Reid Don Shaw Carlyn Theige Shirley Dubray Charles Berquist Marlene Bartlett Robert Bryce Harlene Weatherwax Betty Werhan Dudley Woodbury Kenneth Varcoe Goldie Peters Shirley Nevin Diane Samuels Karin Cederwall Virginia Long Graduates Not Pictured Barbara Jean Bergman Darlen Phyllis Brott Marlene Laura Dwinell Lawrence Pat Dyer Dale Arthur Johnson lva Jean Bryant Don Delano Davies Mary Fisher Joanne Hodgson Edmond Jay Jackson JANUARY Margaret Juanita Kaufman William Loveless Martha Huddleston Lydig Edward L. McDowell Francis Lewis Paggett JUNE Emerance Picard Engle Reidlinger Robert Scher Herta Ann Schmidt forty-one forty-two I une Graduates June Class Officers Rodney Funseth, "vice-presidentg David Ross, sergeant-ai-arms Ron Hagadone, senior play business managerg James Buckley, treasuren' Ellen Kawaguchi, secretary ,' james Tefft, president. Abbey, Kenneth Math Basketball, Football, Cross-Country, Band, Spring Pageant, Red Cross Representative. Abbott, Betty social Studies Big Cousin, Home Room Treasurer. ii' 'iff SG' 'ik' Allen, Barbara Joan Math Spanish Club, Vice-President, Red Feathers, Color Girls, Tama- rack Staff, After-School Sports, Westernaires, Spring Pageant, League Honor roll 8 times, F. H. A., Historian, Gym Monitor, Library Representative, Tamarack Representative, League Repre- sentative, Signs and Advertising Committee, S. R. A. Representa- tive, Gym Monitor, All-Activity Shield, 1 Bar. AI1dCl'S01'l, Carol Elalne Home Economics Red Feathers, Color Girls, Historian-Reporter, Tennis Team, League Honor Roll, League Representative, Signs and Advertising Committee, S.R. A. Representative, Big Cousin, All-Activity Shield, Girls' Gym Co-Head, Westernaires, Secretary, President, Rest Room Monitor, After-School Sports. its 'iff vit' if Anderson, Karen Joan Commercial Doll Shop, Costume Chairman, After-School Sports, Library Representative, Office Worker, Library Worker, League Repre- sentative, League Honor Roll, League Office Monitor, Refresh- ment Counter, Assistant Manager, Hall Guard. Asplund, Bert Math it at I it it Austin, Gary Math Band, Spring Pageant, Color Guard, Hall Guard, News Repre- sentative, Assistant Library Representative, Federation Committee Head. Bailey, Everett Industrial Arts Track, Cross-Country, Intramural Basketball, T u m b l i n g , Grounds Squad, Captain, Commissioner, Basketball, Baseball. it ii' 'ir it Bartlett, Marlene YVOIIIIC Commercial League Honor Roll 7 times, Commercial Club, Color Girls, Red Feathers, Westernaires, Spring Pageant, Doll Shop, School Plays, After-School Sports, All-Activity Shield, 2 Bars, A. S. B. Repre- sentative, Gym Office Monitor, Hall Guard, Big Cousin. B2lXtCI', JOEIIIIIC Commercial Red Feathers, Color Girls, Westernaires, 5th Executive, All- Activity Shield, Doll Shop, Spring Pageant, Operetta, League Honor Roll 2 times, Badminton, Track Manager, Home Room, President, A. S. B. Representative, Honor Roll. 'ik il' fir it Beaty, Carol Commercial Red Feathers, Color Girls, Tennis Team, Doll Shop, Spring Pageant, League Representative, League Honor Roll 2 times, Ad- visory Council, All-Activity Shield, After-School Sports, Home Room President, Latin Club. Bennett, Edith Dalzine Commercial News Representative: Red Cross Representative, 3 C's Club, League Honor Roll 5 times, Slip Collector, Art Library Monitor, Library Desk Assistant. it it iff 'fir Bentley, Lorene Louise Fine Arts Graduated in 315 years. League Representative, Choir, Oper- etta, Latin Club, Tamarack Staff, Roll Checker. Berquist, Charles Math Baseball, Basketball, S. R. A. Representative, Honor Roll, Latin Club, Vice-President, Sports-for-All, News Staff, News Editor, A. S. B., Head of Personnel Department. forty-three Berry, Mary Alice Music Tepee Lightersg Operetta, Leadg Doll Shop, Leadg Choirg Library Assistant, Melody Capersg Locker Monitorg Library Representative. Biallas, James Math Traffic Squad. 'tif it TZ ui' Bishop, Dick Math Federation Representative: Intramural Swimmingg T r a c k 3 Cross-Country. Blair, Ida Alice Social Studies Library Worker. aff it it aff Blayden, Beverly Math Graduated in 31!2 years. Color Girlsg Red Feathersg League Honor Roll 5 timesg League Representative, Library Worker, Op- erettag Spring Pageantg News Staffg Math Clubg Gym Monitorg Badminton. Blodgett, A1111 Commercial S.R. A. Representativeg Doll Shopg Golf Team, Tennis Team, Big Cousin, News Representative, Library Representativeg Gym Monitor, Hall Guardg Roll Checker. 7947 sir ik' it Bockstruck, Ronald Math Library Representative. Booth, Dwight Science Trackg Cross-Countryg Federation Representative, L i b r a r y Representative. sir -tr :if aff Bowcutt, jack Mann Library Representative, S.R. A. Representativeg Tamarack Representative. Boyd, Willie Industrial Arts Footballg Basketballg Trackg Warriors. if aff it iff Brand, Joanne Meredith Commercial Con Deputyg Library Worker, Home Room Vice-Presidentg After-Schocl Sports. Bremer, Dick Social Studies Baseballg Basketballg Intramural Basketballg Home Room Presi- dentg Federation Representative. wk iff 'ir it Breneiser, James Social Studies Red Cross Representativeg Intramural Football. Brennan, Patricia Louise Home Economics Red Feathersg Color Girls, School Play, Production Staffg Doll Shop, Operettag League Honor Roll 7 timesg All-Activity Shield, 2 Bars, Library Representativeg Art Library Monitorg Gym Moni- torg F. H. A., Secretary, Volleyball, Manalgerg Track, Managerg Baseballg Badminton, Basketball, Swimming. forty-four Brewer, john Commercial Band, Intramural Sports. Bjornton, Mary Ann Fine Arts uk we if if Buckley, James Science Track, Warriors, Sports-for-All Representative, Tumbling, Latin Club, Treasurer, Vice-President, Federation Department Head, A. S. B., Senior Senator, Student Court, Defense Attorney. BllI'SOIl, Dick Science Band, Quill and Scroll, News Photographer, Tamarack Staff Photographer, Intramural Basketball, Federation Representative. if 'A' it 'iff Butler Kathleen Alicia Social Studies 3 Transferred from Holy Names. After-School Sports, Big Cousin, Hall Guard. Bryce, Robert Math Rifle Club, Latin Club, Baseball, S. R. A. Representative, Home Room President. lex' 'fir ik 'ik Carlson, Marilyn Ann Fine Arts Red Feathers, Tamarack Staff, League Honor Roll 3 times, Roll Checker, Locker Monitor. CaI'lS0n, Paul Science Basketball, Baseball, Intramural Sports, Home Room Officer. -Af sk Y: aff Carver, Lawrence Math, Home Room Representative, Library Representative, Spanish Club, Marching Band, Junior Toastmasters. Cederwall, Karin Paradene Math Red Feathers, Doll Shop, Lead, Operetta, Spring Pageant, Lead, Melody Capers, Vox Puellarum, Treasurer, President, Spanish Club, Commercial Club, Thespians, All-School Play, Lead, After- School Sports, Dance Committee, Red Cross Representative, League Office Monitor, Locker Monitor, All-Activity Shield, 1 Bar, League Honor Roll 6 times, Hall Guard, Roll Checker. ik it 'fir fir Cerenzia, Marilyn Commercial Color Girls, Home Room President, Secretary, Treasurer, Com- mercial Club, Hall Guard, Locker Monitor, Operetta. Christiansen, Alan E. Music Pep Band, Football, Hall Guard, Band. if we -it is Cline, Beverly Music Choir, Librarian, Secretary, Operetta, Tepee Lighters, Big Cousin, 3 C's Club, Tamarack Representative, Melody Capers, Hall Guard, Roll Checker. Clllff, Mal1I'CCIl Ellen Foreign Languages French Club, Secretary, League Representative, League Honor Roll 4 times, Home Room Secretary, Hall Guard, Tamarack Rep- resentative, Choir, Operetta, Nurse's Assistant, Library Worker, After-School Sports, Assistant Library Representative, Spring Pageant. ,forty-five Coberly, Virginia Ruth Commercial League Honor Roll 3 times, Commercial Club, F. H. A., West- ernaires, Color Girls, Red Feathers, Spring Pageant, Doll Shop, After-School Sports, All-Activity Shield, 1 Bar, Gym Monitor, Hall Guard, Big Cousin. Coleman, Florence Gay Commercial News and Tamarack Staff, Business Manager, Home Room President, Vice-President, League Honor Roll 8 times, After- School Sports, All-Activity Shield, Big Cousin, Library Worker, S. R. A. Representative. iff 13' if 'lk Collard, Paul Donald Math Operetta, Lead, Choir, Band, News Staff, Associate Editor, 3 C's Club, Treasurer, Home Room Vice-President, S. R. A. Representa- tive, Awards and Emblems Committee. Collin, Lynn Industrial Arts Stage Design, Swimming, Red Cross Representative, Intramural Sports, Basketball, Baseball. 'fr 'iff nf? ik Conway, Dorothy Social Studies Advisory Committee, A. S. C. Representative, S. R. A. Publicity Committee Chairman, Chairman of Correspondence, All-School Play, News Representative, "I Speak for Democracy" Contest, lst place, League Honor Roll, All-School Play, Publicity Chairman, Senior Play, Publicity Chairman, Operetta, Make-up, Honor Roll, Debate. Cook, Bill Math, Traffic Squad, Captain, Commissioner, Boys' Fed Quartet, Red Cross, President. YR' 'ik' ii? 'ik' Cooper, Ruth Home Economics Library Worker, Volleyball, F. H. A., Library Representative, Home Room President, Big Cousin, League Honor Roll, Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms, Badminton. Corbin, Colleen A. Home Economics Red Feathers, Color Girls, League Honor Roll, After-School Sports, Spring Pageants, Con Deputy, Big Cousin, All-Activity Shield, Locker Monitor. 'iff ik 'lk if Cox, N21nCy Lee Commercial Big Cousin, League Representative, Latin Club, Slip Collector, After-School Sports, League Honor Roll, Red Cross Representa- tive, Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms. Crisp, Marian Commercial Transferred from Riverside High. Red Feathers, Doll Shop, League Representative, Big Cousin, League Honor Roll, Assistant Library Representative, Roll Checker, Slip Collector. 5'-if if 'A' 'lk' Crowe, Carolyn Commercial Red Feathers, Chairman, Color Girls, Refreshment Counter, Head, Central Council, Doll Shop, Spring Pageant, Volleyball Co- Chairman, Tennis, All-Activity Shield, After-School Sports, Tam- arack Representative, News Representative, Library Worker, League Honor Roll, Home Room Secretary, Big Cousin. Cunningham, Carl Industrial Arts it it it 'it Curry, Ken Science Basketball, Baseball, Cross-Country, Stage Design. Darling, Keith Industrial Arts Football, Basketball, Baseball, Warriors, Grounds Squad, Hall Guard, Con Deputy. ,forty-six Daugherty, Jim Science Spanish Club, Hall Guardg Home Room Presidentg Intramural Basketball, Flag Football. David, Clinton Leroy Math Sports-for-Allg Tamarack Representative. iff 'ik' ii? ik' Davis, Melvin Keith Math Graduated in 315 years. News Staff, Editor, Copy Editor, Cir- culationg Quill and Scrollg Junior Press Club, S. R. A. Committee, A. S. C. Representativeg Home Room President, 3 C's Clubg Amores Librorumg Latin Club. Davis, Marion Murlane Social Studies Graduated in 3Vg years. League Representativeg Gym Office Monitor, Library Roll Checkerg Doll Shopg School Play, Latin Club, Corresponding Secretaryg All-School Play. 'iff ik if ik Denison, Dean Math Traffic Squadg Honor Roll, Library Representativeg Operettag A. S. B. Representative. Dougherty, Jacqueline Stenography News Representativeg Red Cross Representativeg After-School Sportsg Big Cousin, Library Desk Assistantg Library Hostessg Slip Collectorg Chorus. iff -52 7,3 'iff DOW, David Social Studies Gym Office Workerg Library Monitorg Library Representativeg News Representative, Library Worker. Dubray, Shirley Frances Home Economics Art Clubg Spanish Clubg Color Girlsg Red Feathers, Choirg Op- erettag Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg All-School Playsg Tamarack Representativeg After-School Sports, Big Cousin, All-Activity Shield, League Honor Roll, Library Slip Collectorg Library Desk Assistantg Library Hostessg Library Monitor. 'A' ii? il' ik Dunn, Don Eugene Math Home Room Presidentg Trackg Sports-for-Allg A. S. B. Repre- sentativeg Tumblingg Flag Football. Dysart, Charles Social Studies Federation Representativeg Home Room Vice-President. 'nr t- it 'nr Ellern, William B. Science Band, A. S. B. Representative. Eaton, Dennis Lee Music Bandg Pep Bandg Orchestra, Doll Shop Orchestra, Operetta Orchestra. 'ir if ik if Ellis, Marilyn Home Economics Thespians, President, All-School Plays, Home Room Secretary- Treasurerg Dasidriang Amores Librorumg Spring Pageantg Doll Shopg Operettag Westernaires: After-School Sports, Badmintong F. H. A.g Big Cousin, Honor Roll. Sparling, Larry Social Studies Transferred from Mead. forty-seven Elliott, DOIIIIR Commercial Locker Monitorg Home Room Secretary: Library Representa- tive, Golfg Refreshment Counterg Honor Roll. Ellsworth, Margaret Louise Commercial Opcrettag Melody Capers, Slip Collectorg Choirg Big Cousing Li- brary Representativeg Horizon Club, Treasurerg Chorus, Library Worker, Doll Shop. ir if iff iff Enncst, Joanie Home Economics Home Room Secretary-Treasurerg Tamarack Representativeg Hall Guardg Locker Monitor, After-School Sportsg Roll Checker. Ensberg, Mary Music Tepee Lighters, Vice-Presidentg Red Cross Representativeg League Quartetg Orchestrag Operettag Home Room Presidentg Honor Rollg Christmas Pageant. 'ii' 'A' it iff Eplin, Lois Eileen Commercial Transferred from Deer Park. EI'iClCSOI1, Arlene L. Home Economics Tennis Teamg All-Activity Shieldg Tamarack Representativeg Library Representativeg Slip Collectorg Ice Skatingg Big Sister, Badminton: Dramaticsg League Honor Rollg Horizon Club, Secre- tary, Vice-President. Sir 'ik' if if Eseke, Margaret Commercial League Representativeg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg Red Feath- ersg Gym Monitorg After-School Sportsg Roll Checkerg News Rep- resentative. Feighner, Burwell Math, Grounds Squad. rx if si? -fr Fenn, Pattie Louise Home Economics Home Room Presidentg Library Representativeg Roll Checkerg Operettasg Locker Monitor, News Representativeg Spokane Retail- ing Club, Presidentg After-School Sports. Ferguson, Ralph Music Orchestra, Pep Bandg Band, Doll Shop Orchestra, Operetta Orchestra. Sir 'fir 'Br il' Finch, Earl Math Wrestlingg Westernairesg Home Room Representative. Fish, George Math Tamarack Representative. it it at' iff Evans, june Marie Math Home Room Secretary Presidentg Latin Club, Vice-President Presidentg League Central, Councilg Student Advisory Committee? Big Cousing Library Workerg Hall Guard. Evenoff, Jack Science Football, Baseball, Basketball, Warriorsg Con Deputy. forty-eight Flemming, Donald Clayton Industrial Arts Baseball, Basketball, Track, Football, Warriors, Doll Shop, Spring Pageant, Library Representative, Red Cross Representative, Home Room Representative, Glee Club, Choir, Dance Committee, Sports-for-All. Fowler, Gerald Social Studies Band. 'A' if aff -if Freeman, Joann Social Studies Art Club, Historian, A. S. C., Doll Shop, Tamarack Representa- tive, News Representative, Big Cousin, Hall Guard, Gym Monitor, After-School Sports, Sadie Hawkins Dance Committee. Frieske, Jeanne Music Operetta, Lead, Doll Shop, Spring Pageant, Color Girls, Red Feathers, Choir, Tepee Lighters, Secretary, President, After-School Sports, Melody Capers, Home Room Vice-President, Music Li- brarian. 153' if 'iff sir Froehllch, Dorothy Commercial Doll Shop, Commercial Club, Home Room President, Library Representative, A. S. B. Representative, Roll Checker, Hall Guard, Spring Pageant, Dance Committee, League Honor Roll, Badminton, Volleyball, Basketball. Fruit, Jack Music Band, Pep Band, Warriors, Vice-President, Track, Cross- Country, Library Representative, Rifle Club. it iff 'lk 'ik' Funseth, Rodney Science Home Room Vice-President, Federation Representative, Spring Pageant, Warriors. Gammel, Frank Richard Math Sports-for-All. sf sf at sz: Gardner, James Industrial Arts Garske, JoAnn Mae Fine Arts Red Feathers, Color Girls, Vox Puellarum, Sergeant-at-Arms, Spanish Club, President, Home Room President, Operetta, Doll Shop, Melody Capers, Spring Pageant, League Honor Roll 6 times, Dance Committee, Social Committee, Girls' Chorus, After-School Sports. iff iff me si Gerkensmeyer, Ronald Social Studies Boys' Gym Locker Monitor. Gilbert, Lois Arlene Music Transferred from West Valley. Red Feathers, Choir, Oper- etta, Lead, Doll Shop, Lead, Melody Capers, Home Room Treas- urer, News Representative, Tamarack Representative, A11-City Shield, League Honor Roll 4 times, Spring Pageant, Locker Moni- tor, Gym Office Worker, Slip Collector, Tamarack Staff, .After- School Sports. '12 1? if? 'iff Gohrman, Cecil Lurana Commercial Red Feathers, Doll Shop, Vox Puellarum, 5th Executive, Latin Club, Operetta, Home Room President, S. R. A. Representative, Constitution Committee, League Representative, League Honor Roll 8 times, Big Cousin, After-School Sports, Roll Checker. Goodman, Barbara Commercial Golf, Captain, Red Cross Representative, Doll Shop, Big Sister, League Honor Roll 4 times, Office Worker, Hall Guard, Roll Checker, Swimming. forty-nine Graham, Frances Fine Arts Honor Roll, Art Club, Choir, Swimming, Operetta, Melody Capers, Library Worker. Green, Richard Industrial Arts Track, Home Room Secretary, Concert Band, Marching Band, Pep Band, Federation Courtesy Chairman, Sports-for-All. Q Q Q Q Greening, Alvin Raymond Math, Graduated in 35 years. Grounds Squad, Lieutenant, Com- missioner, News Staff, Sports Editor, Quill and Scroll, Junior Press Club, Amores Librorum, Treasurer, Tamarack Representa- tive, Latin Club, Junior Toastmasters, Sports-for-All, Traffic Squad. Greenman, Dora May Commercial Library Representative, Library Monitor, League Honor Roll 6 times. Q Q Q Q GI'CCnW00d, Richard Social Studies Amores Librorum, President, Vice-President, Band, A. S. C. Representative, Federation Department Head, Honor Roll, All- School Play, Extempore Winner, Gonzaga Tourney. Gross, Jerry Industrial Arts Baseball, Stage Crew, Home Room President, Basketball, In- tramural Sports. Q Q Q Q Gruber, Jo Anne Commercial Commercial Club, Red Feathers, Historian, Home Room Sec- retary, Treasurer, Hall Guard, League Honor Roll, Doll Shop, Spring Pageant, Operetta, Lead, Tennis Team, After-School Sports, All-Activity Shield, 2 Bars, Gym Office Monitor, Attend- ance Checker. Gustafson, Richard Clarence Social Studies Tamarack Staff, Co-Editor, Business Manager, News Staff, Special Feature Writer, Junior Toastmasters, President, Federation Executive Council, A. S. C. Representative, Quill and Scroll, Junior Press Club, Interschool Relations Convocations, All-School Plays. Q Q Q Q Gwynne, Roslyn Social Studies Tamarack Representative, News Representative, Locker Moni- tor, Basketball, Home Room Treasurer, Red Cross Representative: Habel, Lou A1111 Science League Honor Roll 8 times, A. S. B. Representative, Senior Senator, Con Deputy, News Staff, Editorial Page Editor, Associate Editor, Quill and Scroll, Vice-President, President, Red Feathers, Color Girls, Big Cousin, A. S. B., By-Laws Committee, Latin Club, Secretary, Doll Shop, Spring Pageant, All-Activity Shield, 1 Bar, League Office Monitor, Library Representative, Home Room Sec- retary, After-School Sports. Q Q Q Q Hagadone. Ron Math Choir, Sergeant-at-Arms, Operetta, Lead, Doll Shop, Lead, Publicity Manager, Home Room President, Grounds Squad, Traffic Squad, Radio Choir, Thespians, Principal's Advisory Committee, Football, Federation Representative. Hamlin, D011 Industrial Arts Varsity Track. Q Q Q Q Hannah, Sylvia M. Commercial A. S. B. Representative, Home Room President, Red Feathers, League Honor Roll 5 times, Nurse's Assistant, All-Activity Shield, 1 Bar, Commercial Club, Secretary, Orchestra, Operetta, Spring Pageant, Big Cousin, After-School Sports, Tennis Team, Swim- ming Team, Vox Puellarum. Hanneman, Marcia Home Economics fifty Hart, Ollie Home Economics Tepee Lighterg Choirg Operettag Volleyballg Basketballg Hall Guardg Red Cross Representative, Doll Shop. Harrington, Robert Math, Traffic Squadg News Representativeg Cross-Country. :fr at sir iff Harris, Tom Math Tennisg A. S. B., Sergeant-at-Arrnsg Red Cross Representativeg Intramural Sports, Student Court Judgeg Latin Clubg Math Club, Vice-President, News Staff, Editor. Hartman, Marjorie Home Economics Vox Puellarum, Reporterg Math Club, Secretaryg Red Cross Representativeg A. S. B. Representativeg Color Girlsg Red Feathers, Spring Pageantg Doll Shopg League Honor Roll 7 timesg All- Activity Shield, 1 Barg After-School Sportsg Gym Monitor. ik it it 12' Harvey, Blanche Valencia Foreign Languages Red Feathersg Color Girlsg Spanish Club, Vice-President, Presi- dentg French Clubg 3 C's Clubg Honor Rollg League Honor Roll 4 timesg Spring Pageant, Tamarack Staff, Associate Editorg Home Room Presidentg All-Activity Shieldg A. S. B. Representativeg Quill and Scrollg News Staff, Mailing Manager. Harvey, Eugene Wesley Science Bandg Tamarack Representativeg Operettag Orchestra. 'lex' it 19: it Haskell, Ted Industrial Arts Wrestlingg Basketballg Cross-Countryg Trackg Stage Crewg Tamarack Representativeg News Representativeg Stage Designg Spanish Club. Hawes, Lynn Austin Bandg Spanish Clubg Art Clubg Westernairesg Intramural Sportsg Footballg Wrestlingg 3 C's Club. it if tif Sir Haynes, Ronald Math Bandg Tamarack Representativeg Red Cross Representative, Tennisg Footballg Wrestlingg 3 C's Club. Heckel, Lorraine Science Transferred from Beulah, North Dakota. 'ik' if il' 'ik' Hedger, Ann Commercial Dasidriang Spanish Club, 5th Executiveg Amores Librorumg Color Girlsg Library Representativeg Roll Checkerg League Honor Roll 4 times, Spring Pageant. Hobbs, F. Duane Industrial Arts Red Cross Representativeg Sports-for-All Representativeg Stage Crew. it it it it Hocking, John B. Music Choirg Radio Choirg Operettasg Spring Pageantsg Melody Capersg Library Representativeg A. S. B. Representativeg Gym Manager, Federation Representativeg Tamarack Representativeg Senior Bell Chairman. Heineking, Lavae Home Economics Roll Checkerg Slip Collector. fifty-one sf! Hoffman, Louise Commercial Transferred from Minot, North Dakota. Holloway, Patricia S. Home Economics Library Chairman, Spring Pageant, Library Worker, Library Representative, Basketball, Volleyball, Big Cousin. if 1? YR' fx' Ho kiIlS, Ph llis Can Foreign Languages P Y Red Cross Representative, Library Representative, Debate, Li- brary Assistant, A. S. B. Alternate, Basketball. Hordemann, James Eugene Social Studies Library Representative. if 'ii' 'iff 195' Hubbell, Helen Commercial League Treasurer, Operettas, Doll Shop, Red Feathers, League Honor Roll, After-School Sports, Choir, Tepee Lighters, Librarian, Commercial Club, Melody Capers, Big Cousin, Tamarack Repre- sentative, League Representative, Home Room Roll Checker. Hunt, Hal Science Cross-Country, Track, Library Representative, Traffic Squad, Lieutenant. 'fir it tk' it Hunton, Marguerite Mary Commercial Color Girls, Home Room President, After-School Sports. Hydorn, Clarabelle Commercial Golf, Letter, Big Cousin, Roll Checker, News Representative, Home Room Vice-President, Secretary, Treasurer. 'fir fir it 15? Johnson, Kermit N. Social Studies Band, Pep Band, Orchestra. Johnston, Mary Elisabeth Commercial Library Slip Collector, Refreshment Stand Worker, Big Cousin, Roll Checker, Spring Pageant, League Honor Roll 3 times, After- School Sports, Library Monitor, Honor Roll. 'ir 'ik 'air 'iff Hogan, Bill Math Tennis, Warriors, News Representative, Sports-for-All. Johnson, Jean Evelyn Art Vox Puellarum, 5th Executive, Color Girls, Red Feathers, Color Guard, Doll Shop, Tennis Team, Spring Pageant, League Honor R011 6 times, Art Club, Treasurer, Corresponding Secretary, Spanish Club, Library Hostess, Home Room Roll Checker, Library Representative, Softball, Basketball, Swimming, Baseball, All- Activity Shield, League Representative, Con Deputy, Operetta. if 'A' iff ik Jobb, Robert Music Football, Baseball, Band, Federation Representative, Warriors. Jacobson, Bernard P. Math fifty-two Jackson, Gall Irene Commercial Graduated in 31!2 years. Color Girls, Red Feathers, Secretary, Commercial Club, Secretary, President, League Representative, Library Representative, S. R. A., Dance Committee, Doll Shop, Hi- Nite Council, Secretary-Treasurer, League Honor Roll 5 times, A11-Activity Shield, Big Cousin, Skating. Joy, Tom Math Baseball, Basketball, Federation Representative, Intramural Sports, Sports-for-All Representative. sir sk iff aff Kawaguchi, Ellen Science News Representative: Art Library Monitor, Study Hall Roll Checker, Constitution Committee: League Honor Roll 4 times, Home Room President, Secretary, Treasurer, Library Representa- tive, Latin Club. Keats, Barbara Science Color Girls, Operetta: Melody Capers, Library Representative, Badminton, Locker Monitor. iff 'A' wir fir Keck, Neil Science Rifle Club: Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms, Retailing Club, Swimming, Intramural Sports. Keene, Mary Science News Staff, Copy Editor, Home Room President, Chess Club, News Representative, League Honor Roll 4 times, Honor Roll. ii' if Tk 194' Kelp, Katherine Commercial Red Cross Representative, Home Room Secretary, Spanish Club, Hall Monitor, League Office Monitor. KeSZleI', Arrall Social Studies if if is fa Kifer, Beverly Joanne Home Economics Doll Shop, Spring Pageant, Track, League Representative: Slin Collector, Big Cousin, News Representative, Baseball, Roll Checker. King, Edward Social siaaies Federation Representative, Basketball, Track, Library Repre- sentative, Hall Guard, Doll Shop, Spanish Club. af 'fir ff: aff Kinne, Jacqueline Lorraine Social Studies Senior Class Play, Roll Checker, Big Cousin, Overdues Monitor. Koehler, Bill Main inf if af it Kooistra, Joyce Elaine Social Studies Towel Monitor. Krueger, Ann Social Studies Retailing Club, Big Cousin, Golf Team, Home Rocrn Secretary, League Honor Roll 4 times. fifty-three Kuelpman, Darrell Lee Mach Basketballg Tennis, Captaing Baseballg Library Representativeg Federation Representativeg Warriorsg Awards and Emblems Com- mitteeg A. S. B. Representative. Lanphere, Marvin A. Math. Amores Librorumg Math Clubg French Clubg Debateg Bandg Pep Bandg Choirg A. S. C., Election Commission Chairmang Student Court, Defense Attorneyg Operettasg Melody Capersg All-School Playg Honor Rollg Federation Representative. -ir it sk ik' LOI'aI1g0, Sam Industrial Arts Footballg P.-T. A. Representative. Lathrop, Judy Commercial A. S. B. Representativeg Roll Checkerg Big Cousin. 13' sir 'ik' iff Lee, Robert Math Lee, Carol Commercial iff 'iff iff uf: Lemmer, Gene Math Transferred from Coeur d'A1ene. Footballg Spanish Clubg Home Room Presidentg S. R. A. Representativeg Warriors. Lemmons, Alvin Math. 'fr ik ik' 'iff Lellthy, Danna Foreign Languages News Representativeg News Staff, Copy Editorg Hall Guardg Chess Clubg League Honor Roll 6 timesg Home Room Roll Checkerg Honor Roll. Levick, Carol Social Studies Amores Librorum, Treasurerg Latin Clubg News Staff, Associ- ate Editorg Westernairesg Big Cousing League Honor Rollg Quill and Scroll, Secretaryg Home Room Secretaryg Library Workerg Honor Rollg Awards and Emblems Committeeg A. S. B. Representativeg Tamarack Staffg Junior Press Club. sk at at 'ik Lindelof, Richard Math Bandg Pep Bandg Orchestrag Latin Club, Vice-Presidentg A. S. B. Representativeg Doll Shopg Orchestrag Tamarack Representativeg Hall Guard. Lightle, Audreyann Science Transferred from Reardan High School. S. R. A. Representative. 'za' it at it Liptac, Rosemarie Home Economics Library Representativeg After-School Sportsg Ticket Office Monitorg Tamarack Representative. Loan, Doris Commercial Color Girlsg Red Feathersg Tennis Teamg Home Room Treas- urerg League Honor Roll 5 timesg News Representativeg Spring Pageantg After-School Sportsg Doll Shopg Big Cousing League Of- fice Worker. fifty-four Long, Virginia Science Transferred from River Falls, Wisconsin. Red Feathers, League Representative, Doll Shop, Lead, All-School Play, Vox Puellarum, Treasurer, Tennis Team, Home Room Vice-President, All-Activity Shield, Tamarack Staff, League Honor Roll 4 times, Orchestra. Loski, James Math A.S.C., Budget and Finance Committee, Operetta, Melody Capers, Intramural Sports. 'Af if iff it Love, Gordon Industrial Arts Band, Football, Cross-Country, Track, S. R. A. Representative, News Representative, Art Club, Choir, News Staff, A. S. B. Rep- resentative. Loveless, William Art Football, Cross-Country, Track, S. R. A. Representative, News Representative, Art Club, Choir, News Staff, A. S. B. Representa- tive. 12' iff it 'A' Lyons, Janet Commercial After-School Sports, Red Cross Representative, Hall Guard. Ludwigson, Marilou Commercial Color Girls, Red Feathers, Home Room President, League Honor Roll 8 times, A. S. C. Representative, Library Representa- tive, Library Worker, League Office Worker, Big Cousin, After- School Sports, Roll Checker, Slip Collector, Court Secretary. 'iii' 11? 'lk 'il' Malmqulst, Mary Ann Commercial Graduated in 315 years. Hcme Room Vice-President, Color Girls, Red Feathers, After-School Sports, 3 C's Club, 5th Execu- tive, League Honor Roll 5 times. Marlowe, Richard Harvey Industridl Arts Baseball, Basketball, Stage Crew. at at at tif Matthews, Mar'orie Science J Math Club, Office Messenger, Basketball, Badminton, Swim- ming, Baseball, Track. Max, Christina Louise Home Economics Choir, Melody Capers, Commercial Club, Big Cousin, Roll Checker. tr it -tk it Mccarrey, Mardene Home Economics Doll Shop, Commercial Club, Hall Guard, Home Room Secre- tary, Gym Office Monitor, League Representative, Spring Pageant, After-School Sports. McCarty, Barbara Social Studies Central Council, S. R. A. Representative, Home Room President, Vice-President, Spring Pageant, Doll Shop, Color Girls, Sergeant- at-Arms, Red Feathers, Volleyball, After-School Sports, Gym Of- fice Monitor, Co-Head of Gym Department, League Honor Roll 8 times, All-Activity Shield, 2 Bars. ik 'iff it ik McClure, Ardenia Leona Social Studies Big Cousin, Horizon Club, Spanish Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, Westernaires, Gym Office Monitor, Choir, Library Representative. McDowell, Ed Math fifty-five McFarland, R0l13ld Bfllee Social Studies Art Club, Latin Club, Sergeant-at-Arms, President, Debate, Toastmasters, Secretary, Treasurer, B-Squad Basketball, Intra- mural Swimming, Library Representative, All-School Play, Lead, News Staff, Feature Writer, Hearst Contest Winner, Boys' Federa- tion, Committee Head, Senior Play, Lead. McGetrick, Mikey Social Studies Tamarack Representative, Student Council, Red Cross Repre- sentative, Big Cousin, Doll Shop, Home Room Sergeant at Arms, Secretary, Nurse's Assistant, Hall Guard, Slip Collector, League Honor Roll. 795 'iff ik' 'il' McHarg, Patricia Lou Science Transferred from Billings, Montana. Doll Shop, Operetta, Spring Pageant, Big Cousin, After-School Sports. McLean, Vona Math Hall Guard, Con Deputy, League Honor Roll 4 times, Home Room Vice-President. ' ii? if ii? if McNeil, Charles Vernon Math S. R. A. Representative, Tennis Team: Debate, Ground Squad, Traffic Squad, Intramural Sports. Mead, john sociai studies Orchestra, A. S. C. Representative, Band, Pep Band, Ground Squad, Traffic Squad. if? 'iff vi' ii' Mehulky, Irene Home Economics After-School Sports. Menzies, Donna Commercial Red Cross Representative, Library Representative, Tamarack Representative, Home Room President, Doll Shop, Basketball, Gym Monitor, Hall Guard, Big Cousin. ik 'ik' 'ik' iff Meredith, Jack Duane Main A. S. C., Vice-President, President, Junior Class Senator, S.R.A. Representative, Federation Committee Head, Ground Squad, Traf- fic Squad. Mills, Natalie Rae Social Studies Color Girls, Red Feathers, All-Activity Shield, 1 Bar, Roll Checker, News Representative, Tennis Team, Spring Pageants, Doll Shop, Big Cousin, After-School Sports, League Honor Roll 8 times, Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms, Retailing Club. if at -if -if Mills, Robert Selden Industrial Arts Miller, Don Social studies Hall Guard, Library Representative, Home Room Vice-Presi- dent, Treasurer, Retailing Club, Vice-President. iff it iff it Mlnelli, Gloria Commercial Color Girls, Spring Pageant, Operetta, League Honor Roll 8 times, Commercial Club, Vice-President, Sergeant-at-Arms, Tamarack Staff, Big Cousin, Home Room President, Secretary, League Representative, Office Worker, Library Monitor, Locker Monitor, Hall Guard, After-School Sports, Honor Roll, Tamarack Representative, Con Deputy. Mitchell, Dale Social Studies Baseball, Football, Basketball. fifty-six MOChel, Charles Foreign Languages Thespians, Vice-Presidentg Spanish Clubg School Playg A. S. C. Representativeg Constitution Committee. Monaghan, Richard Social Studies Band. if 73' it 1? Moore, Marilyn Fine Arts Transferred from Holy Names. Tamarack Staffg News Staffg Art Clubg After-School Sportsg Con Deputyg Big Cousing Tamarack Representativeg Quill and Scroll. Monford, Paul Math Transferred from West Valley. Swirnmingg Cross-Country. 'A' if fir it Morgan, Billie Anne Social Studies Retailing Clubg French Clubg Big Cousing Girls' Golfg Figure Skatingg Home Room Secretaryg League Representativeg League Honor Roll 2 times, Honor Roll. Morgan, Jack Science Latin Clubg Traffic Squad, Commissionerg Student Court, Bailiff. 'A' iff il' 'A' Morrison, Charlotte Commercial Library Representativeg Basketballg Volleyballg Baseball. Neibauer, Janice Laverne Commercial Transferred from Seattle. 'iff ii? if 'Af NelSOIl, Carol Lea Commercial Transferred from Deer Park. Book Room Monitorg Home Room Presidentg League Honor Roll 2 times. Nevin, Shirley Commercial League Honor R011 8 timesg Tennis Teamg Library Representa- tiveg Home Room Treasurerg Red Feathersg Color Girlsg D011 Shopg Spring Pageantsg Math Clubg After-School Sportsg All-Activity Shield, 2 Barsg Big Cousing Honor R011 3 times. 'tk 'il' il' aff Newland, Bob M ath Library Representative, Tamarack Representativeg Federation Representativeg A. S. C. Representativeg A. S. B. Treasurerg Traffic Squadg Radio Clubg Track, Cross-Countryg Warriors, Treasurerg Federation Councilg Junior Class Representative, By-Laws Com- mitteeg Chorusg Federation Clerk. Nolan, Cloyd Industrial Arts Baseballg Trackg Football. if iff if Tir Olson, Vern Science Baseballg Basketballg Sports-for-All. Paggett, Frank Math, Cross-Countryg News Representative. fifty-seven , , i, f Payne, Mary Jo Music Latin Club, Treasurer, Choir, Operettas, Melody Capers, Li- brary Representative, League Honor Roll, After-School Sports. Payne, Mary LOU Foreign Languages Spanish Club, Latin Club, Big Cousin, Home Room Treasurer, Hall Guard, Locker Monitor, League Honor Roll. ik Tfx' ii' 75? Pease, Marion E. Social Studies Band. Peckham, Gordon Music Band, Head Drum Major, News Staff, Reporter, Photographer, Home Room Secretary. if if sn' af Pederson, Bernard Industrial Arts Perkins, Barbra Home Economics Spring Pageant, Doll Shop, All-School Play, Costume Chair- man, Library Monitor, Children's Theater. iff ii' it 'ZR' Perkins, Charles Leon Math Sports-for-All, Cross-Country, Basketball, Softball. Peters, Goldie Commercial Transferred from Havre, Montana. ik' 'Af iff 'ik Petterson, Richard Lee Math Football, Basketball: Baseball, Wrestling, Warriors, S. R. A. Representative, Spring Pageant, Grounds Squad, Tamarack Repre- sentative. Petragallo, Richard Barton Math Yell Leader, Sports-for-All, Basketball, Doll Shop, Tamarack Representative. sir af: 'Af ik Phelps, Donna Maureen Math Math Club, President, Secretary, Chairman of Election Com- mission, Amores Librorum, Red Feathers, Color Girls, Home Room Treasurer, All-Activity Shield, 3 Bars, Tamarack Representative, League Representative, Red Cross Representative, League Honor Roll 8 times, Doll Shops, Spring Pageant, Operetta, Softball Man- ager, After-School Sports, Library Monitor, All-Activity Point Chairman. Phillips, Franklin Social Studies School Play, Spring Pageant, Doll Shop, News Representative, Library Representative, Debate, Flag Football, Voted "Friendliest Boy", Junior Toastmaster, Program Chairman. YY 'ik it 'iff Phillips, Phyllis Home Economics League Representative, Operetta, Doll Shop, Color Girls, Red Feathers, Library Representative, Study Hall Roll Checker, League Honor Roll 6 times, Badminton, Volleyball, Spring Pageant, All- Activity Shield, Big Cousin, Library Worker. Porta, Edward john Social Studies fifty-eight Prall, Jackie Home Economics Red Feathersg Math Club, Sergeant-at-Armsg League Repre- sentativeg League Honor Roll 5 timesg Doll Shop, Big Cousin Library Worker. Proper, Ronald Kenneth Industrial Arts Trackg Intramural Football, Cross-Countryg Intramural Basket- ball. ' it if iff at Perdue, Eddie Science Basketballg Baseballg Sports-for-Allg Golf. Rasmussen, Loraine Commercial Transferred from Central Valley. News Representative, Li- brary Representativeg Big Cousin, Con Deputyg Tennisg After- School Sports, F. H. A., Library Worker. iff it it it ReCt0I', Shirley Foreign Languages Transferred from Wenatchee. Glee Clubg Spanish Club. Reeser, Harold Math Grounds Squad. ik 'k 'iff 'A' Refvem, Robert Loren Fine Arts Spanish Clubg Art Club, Presidentg Intramural Volleyball. Reid, Lou Jean Social Studies S. R. A. Representativeg League Honor Roll 8 times, Red Cross Representativeg Home Room Roll Checker, Badminton. Tir if iff it Richmond, August Industrial Arts Robbins, Rolland Science Footballg Baseball, Basketballg Track, Warriors, Presidentg A. S. B. Representative, Spring Pageant, Grounds Squadg Federa- tion Committee. 'ik iff 'ik' ik' Roff, Dennis Milan Math Red Cross Representativeg Rifle Clubg Library Workerg Fed- eration Committee Headg P.-T. A. Membership Representativeg Traffic Squadg 3 C's Club. Roloff, Bill Social Studies Intramural Sports. fr it it it Ross, David Math Golfg Basketball, Federation Representative. Royster, Dolores Commercial Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg Operettag Big Cousing League Rep- resentativeg League Honor Roll. fifty-nine Rubens, Jack Social Studies Footballg Gym Monitor. Rule, Ruth Fine Arts Transferred from Lewis and Clark. 'iff 'A' air ik Rymond, Robin Math Amores Librorum, Secretaryg Latin Club, Secretaryg News Staff, Advertising Manager, Editorial Page Editorg Quill and Scroll, Vice-Presidentg Tamarack Staff, Advertising Managerg League Honor Roll 3 times, Color Girlsg Chess Clubg Home Room Vice-Presidentg Art Library Monitorg Golfg Honor Roll 4 timesg Spring Pageantg Big Cousin. Saffle, R011 Music Footballg Baseballg Operettag Doll Shopg Melody Capersg Choirg Tepee Lighters. 'ii' 'tl' 'A' it Salter, Wlllomae Science Red Feathers: Color Girlsg Math Club, Treasurerg Amores Li- brorumg Home Room President, League Honor Roll 8 timesg Doll Shopsg Spring Pageantsg Honor Roll 2 timesg A11-Activity Shield, 3 Barsg All-Activity Point Chairmang Softball Managerg After- School Sportsg League Office Monitorg League Representativeg Home Room Vice-Presidentg Color Guard. Samuels, Diane Commercial Red Feathersg Color Girlsg Home Room President, Secretaryg League Representativeg Red Cross Represntativeg League Honor Roll 6 timesg Big Cousing Doll Shopg Operettag Spring Pageantg After-School Sportsg All-Activity Shieldg Hall Guardg Gym Locker Monitorg Gym Towel Monitor. -rx wa -it if Schwerdtfeger, Edmund Science SC0llal'd, Jack Industrial Arts Footballg Wrestling. 'ir ir iff it Selland, Robert Lee Social Studies Home Room President, Sergeant-at-Armsg Federation Repre- sentativeg Golf Teamg Basketballg Library Representative. Settle, Naomi Louise Music Three Fivesg Choirg Operettag Melody Capersg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg Thespiansg Senior Dramaticsg School Playsg After-School Sportsg Gym Office Monitorg Library Representative. if iff iff iff Sharpe, Arthur Social Studies Federation Representativeg Red Cross Representativeg Honor Roll 5 timesg Footballg Baseballg Intramural Wrestling, Tumblingg Choirg Operettag Warriorsg Home Room Representative, Secretary, Vice-President, Library Representativeg Intramural Boxingg Op- erettag News Staffg News Representativeg Federation Presidentg Senior B Federation Representativeg All-City Footballg All-State Footballg Quill and Scrollg Junior Press Club Officer, A. S. B. Senatorg Toastmasterg 3 C's Clubg Federation Outer School Enter- tainment Committeeg Boys' Chorus. Shaw, D011 Science News Representativeg Grounds Squadg Frosh Footballg Trackg Latin Clubg Westernairesg Amores Librorumg Warriorsg Honor Rollg Tamarack Staffg Sports-for-All. 'A' ii' iff it Schoepke, Evonne Mae Commercial S. R. A. Representativeg News Representativeg Operettag Doll Shopg Senior Class Playg All-School Playg Big Cousing Western- airesg Library Monitorg League Honor Roll 3 times. ' Sh0I't, Bruce Music Bandg Pep Bandg Basketballg Footballg Trackg Spring Pageant. sixty Schram, Richard Industrial Arts Basketballg Cross-Countryg Trackg Warriors. Shultz, Joan Social Studies Graduated in 315 years. Color Girlsg Spring Pageantg Library Representativeg Library Workerg Towel Monitor, Home Room Secretaryg Softball, Locker Monitorg League Honor Roll 4 times. Yrr it sk it Sligh, Wal-de Math Warriorsg Home Room Treasurerg Federation Quartetg Library Representativeg Golfg Spanish Clubg Doll Shopg Hall Guard. Smith, Earl Science Bandg Orchestrag Pep Band, Leaderg Doll Shop Orchestrag Track. V it 'ik' it 'lk Soike, Phil Industrial Arts Federation Representativeg Football, Track: Traffic Squad. Snider, Jean Lavonne Commercial Red Feathersg Operetta, Dance Chairmang League Quartetg Home Room Presidentg Melody Capers, Lead, Choir, Head Li- brariang Tepee Lighters, Librarian, Business Managerg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg League Representativeg News Representative, After-School Sportsg League Honor Rollg Roll Checkerg Swimming, Chairmang Con Deputy. it it l' if Sponagel, Arthur Science Federation Representative. Spitzer, Gifford Social Studies Band. 12' it Y? 'tif Spitzer, Lewis Science Stacy, Dick social Studies Baseballg Basketballg Footballg Warriorsg Library Representa- tive, Trackg Swimming. it it it sa Starner, Louis A. Science Warriorsg Federation Vice-Presidentg Band, Secretaryg Tennis Teamg Latin Club, Basketball, P.-T. A. Representative. Steele, Sunny Lee Science Color Girls, Spring Pageantg Advisory Councilg Hall Guardg Home Room President, Treasurer, Gym Monitorg Big Cousin, Red Feathersg Doll Shop, Commercial Clubg Badmintong Locker Moni- torg News Representativeg League Honor Roll 6 timesg After- School Sports. iff it ii' 7? Slempke, Stan Industrial Arts Footballg Home Room Treasurer. Stockman, Robert Eugene Commercial Tennisg Westernaires, 5th Executive, Vice-Presidentg Thespiansg Intramural Basketball, Footballg Softball. sixty-one Swanson, Robert Wayne Industrial Arts Grounds Squad. Swanbcck, Beverly Carol Home Economics After-School Sports. tr tr at -at Symmonds, Rae Ann Commercial League lvlonitorg Library Monitorg 3 C's Clubg League Honor Rollg Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms, Secretaryg Big Cousing After-School Sports. TCfft, JRIIICS R. Science Federation Dept. Headg S. R. A. Representativeg Student Ad- visory Councilg A. S. C. Representativeg Warriorsg Golfg Basketball, Con Deputyg A. S. C. Dance Committeeg Traffic Squadg Hall Guardg Hi-Nite Councilg Constitution Committee, Chairman. it it 'A' it Tewinkel, Joe Marshall jr. Social Studies Basketballg Choirg Operetta, Leadg Yell Leader, Chairmang Doll Shopg Federation Quartetg 3 C's Club, Vice-President, Presidentg News Staff, Sports Editorg Amores Librorum, Vice-Presidentg Student Advisory Councilg Tennisg Trackg Latin Club. Theige, Carlyn Fine Arts Art Club, Secretaryg League Representativeg Doll Shopg Big Cousing League Honor Roll. it it 'Br iff Thiebes, Pat Fine Arts Transferred from West Valley. Home Room Presidentg Art Club. Thomas, Wayne Warner Music Operettasg Spring Pageantg Choirg Junior Band. it 'A' sk 'A' Thorsen, Janice Social Studies Graduated in 31!2 years. Home Room Secretaryg Library Rep- resentativeg Towel Monitorg Library Workerg League Honor Rollg Con Seating Committee, Chairmang Con Deputy. Tiffany, Frances Leslie Social Studies Transferred from Roosevelt High School, Seattle. Latin Clubg Westernairesg Awards Committeeg Red Cross Representativeg Nurse's Office Monitorg League Honor Rollg Big Cousing News Staff, Assistant Advertising Manager. if 'iff iff 'Br Tobias, Duane George Industrial Arts Wrestlingg Boxingg Footballg Swimming. Trefry, Virginia Home Economics Vox Puellarum, Presidentg League Honor Roll Comrnitteeg League Social Serviceg League Presidentg Color Girlsg Red Feath- ersg Big Cousing League Honor Roll 8 timesg Central Councilg League Representativeg Doll Shopg Spring Pageantg Operettag A11- Activity Shieldg Library Representativeg League Office Monitorg Red Cross Representativeg Hall Proctorg Bookroom Workerg Ath- letic Boardg Con Deputy. aff it air aff T1lCkeI', Barbara Helen Home Economics Graduated in 31!2 years. Hall Proctorg Softballg Library Worker. Tuttle, Robert L. Math Operetta. sixty-two Upp, Ronald Lloyd Industrial Arts Tumblingg Tennisg Cross-Countryg Tamarack Representative. Valiquette, Jerrinne Kay Home Economics Graduated in 314 years. Home Room Secretaryg Spring Pag- eantg D011 Shopg Tamarack Representativeg League Honor Roll 3 timesg After-School Sports. af sk it sir Vanden Bos, Franklin Math Cross-Country. Varcoe, Kenneth Melvin Industrial Arts Intramural Basketballg Intramural Baseball. ir if 'ik it Vargas, Helen Home Economics Viers, Viola Fine Arts After-School Sports. iff it is sir Vlnneall, Cyril Industrial Arts Cross-Country. Vuurman, Donald Lee Industrial Arts Grounds Squadg Intramural Baseballg Footballg Basketballg Swimming. it at it Tfi' Walker, James Rodney Math A. S. B. President, 5th Executiveg Interschool Relations Com- mitteeg Better North Central Committeeg Basketballg Trackg War- riorsg Band, Head Drum Majorg Pep Band. Weaver, Donald N. Social Studies Bandg Pep Bandg Golf Teamg Warriorsg News Representativeg Interscholastic Relations, Chairman. 'ik' 15? 'iff if Webster, Betty Jo Fine Arts Big Cousing Red Cross Representativeg After-School Swimmingg Tamarack Staff. Weeks, Frances Commercial After-School Sportsg Con Deputyg Tennisg Big Cousin. fir ii' 'A' 'fir Weeks, Jim Math, Swimmingg Tennisg Sports-for-All. Wells, Frank Industrial Arts Golf Teamg Stage Crewg Intramural Basketballg Warriors. sixty-three lVerhan, Betty Jean Social Studies League Vice-President, All-Activity Shield, Big Cousin, Op- erettas, Spring Pageants, Melody Capers, Choir, Glee Club, Vox Puellarum, Commercial Club, F. H. A. Club, League Representa- tive, Red Feathers, Color Girls, League Honor Roll 5 times, After- School Sports, Locker Monitor. Weatherwax, Harlene Mae Math Thespians, Dramatics, Amores Librorum, Latin Club, Horizon Club, President, Operetta, Make-up, Doll Shop, Make-up, Melody Capers, Choir, All-School Play, Stage Manager, Assistant Director, Hall Guard, Library Worker, Library Representative, Tamarack Representative, Honor Roll, League Honor Roll 4 times, Student Court, Big Cousin. it if? it 'ik Whitaker, Kaye Phyllis Music Dasidrian, Secretary, Spanish Club, Color Girls, Red Feathers, Operettas, Melody Capers, After-School Sports, Badminton, League Honor Roll 3 times, Big Cousin, Spring Pageant, Orchestra, F. H. A. Club, Vox Puellarum. White, Glen A. Math y Stage Crew, Band, Intramural Sports, Home Room President, Sergeant-at-Arms, A. S. C. Representative, Football, Grounds Squad. ii' iff iff it Widman, Shirley Home Economics Vox Puellarum, Red Feathers, Color Girls, Central Council, Doll Shops, Spring Pageant, Tamarack Representative, After- School Sports, Hall Guard, All-Activity Shield, League Honor Roll 4 times. Winkleman, Pete Social Studies Football, Library Representative, Hall Guard, Stage Design, Intramural Sports. Si? iff 'fir it Wirsch, Bob social Studies Federation Representative, Band, Pep Band, Track, Baseball, Football, Orchestra, Red Cross Representative, Operetta, Doll Shop, Home Room Secretary, Cross-Country, Spring Pageant, Warriors, Basketball, Sports-for-All. Wise, Roberta June Social Studies Choir, Operetta, Melody Capers, Nurse's Helper, Home Room Sergeant-at-Arms, Secretary, Senior Class Play, Spring Pageant, Hall Guard. it it if it Wolfe, Donald Robert Social Studies News Representative. Woodbury, Dudley Lyle Science Frosh Baseball, Varsity Football, Cross-Country, Intramural Sports, Traffic Squad, All-School Play, Thespians, Track, Federa- tion Representative, News Representative, Cafeteria Cashier. iff 'il' 'ii' 'ik' Yarber, Billee Social Studies League Honor Roll, Spring Pageant, Library Exit Monitor, Li- brary Hostess. Zimmermann, Dayton Leslie Math Transferred from Mead. uit il' it 'A' Zink, Bill Science Zorn, Lorna Mae Science Home Room President, Secretary, Treasurer, Attendance Moni- tor, Red Feathers, Color Girls, Latin Club, All-Activity Shield, Big Cousin, League Honor Roll, After-School Sports, Spring Pag- cant, Doll Shop, Library Worker, Library Representative. sixty-four ?"'5"' We M qui' K, Q ' lg 9' M""" x 1, X! u'fxH5lgi . 'tw wi qua X Q. Q ie, 5 if g QQ 5 1 it '. 12B as Mrs. Bloom 1 l 1 Front row: Mrs. Bloom, Virginia Penna, Marlene Patjens, Amy McGuire, Lois Ox- reider, Pat Morton, Florence Marisch, Jackie Rice. Second row: Rosie Porta, Carol Haas. Dorene Koenig, Joyce Kolb, Joan Harbour, Dick McCoy, Marvin Sampson. Back row: Jim Blossey, Jim Harman, Ralph Wolbert, Alan Torgenson, Jim Surnerlin, Al Jones, David Keene, Arden Evenson. Miss Boehme 312 Front row: Mary Lou Othmer, Violet Stutz- man, Lois Taylor, Mary Anne Santorsola, Helen Tollefsen, Carol Slosser, Sceran Cross. Second row: Margene Lang, Joan Shultz. Lillian Kraus, Lynn Fackenthall, Carolyn Wilson, Helen Vargas, Barbara Tucker, Miss Boehme. Back row: Roma Bowles, Barbara Peterson, Joan Wirch, Janice Thorsen, Ma- belle Mead, Beverly Blayden, Joanne Cogley, Pat Breeden. Mr. Bonamy 314 Front row: Drew Bond, Jerry Green, Jeri Valiquette, Patty Milam, Beverly Fritsch, Barbara Britton, Bob Rogers, Wayne Fisk- ness. Second row: Bill Donahue, Richard Brown, Marilyn Flynn, Beverly Blackwell. Ginger Coomes, Lorene Bentley, Gail Jack- son, Mary Ann Malmquist, Judy Cooper, Mr. Bonamy. Back row: Gale Graham, LeRoy Fowler, Albert Ellern, Donald Brown, Gerald Grose, Ted Blackburn, Melvin Davis, Roland Carman, Darrell Delaney. Mr. Smith 306 Front row: Bernard Jacobson, Jerry Stack, Lewis Spitzer, Dick Petragallo, Roy Hardin, Maurice Miles, Gene Bursch, Bruce Keith, Danny Petruss. Second row: Harold Reeser, Alan VanCurler, Bud Mills, Don Hamlin, Roy Raymer, Neil McKeever, Bill Langdon, Nor- man Berry, Dick Nyberg, Alvin Greening, Howard Vietzke. Back row: Ken Wilhelmy, Dave Breschears, Robert Kohl, Joe Te- winkel, George Pederson, Dick Coe, Morris Pixley, Robert Tuttle, Don Berg, Glenn Meinl-ce. sixty-eight 111495 Mr. Anderson 207 Front row: Mr. Anderson, Adonna Bondahl, JoAnn Burns, Beverly Bredesen, Vera Ben- nett, Georgia Anderson, Norma Jean Brand. Second row: Larry Biggs, Shirley Gies, Donna Barney, Suzanne Bresgal, Shirley Bass, Bruce Baker, LaVerne Heckel, Oriolle Noland, Shir- ley Steiner, Mary Winkler, Richard Penna. Back row: Gerald Christeson, Gerald Schmidt, Eldon Mills, Roger Anderson, Boyd Brock- mier, Robert M o y la n , Russell Brookshire, David Carroll, John Geraghty, James Ziglar, Francis Noel, Jerry Paul. Mr. Broadwell l Front row: Gary Hetherington, Jack Ehrgott, Richard Scott, William Green, Norman King, Robert LaLonde, Gerald Hatter. Second row: Donald Hanks, Joe Wallis, Ted Holloway, Dennis King, Dave Fish, Richard Ladeen, Mr. Broadwell. Back row: Jim Meyers, Frank Bos, Port Inman, William Thomas, Donald Carrol, Durwood Johnson, Ken Dunn. Miss Campbell 210 Front row: Irene Bishop, Beverly Blincow, Patricia Jones, Sally Ann McDermott, Shirley Gibford, June Caldwell, Delores Mommolite, Margaret Colling. Second row: Jan Hanson, Beverly Cowden, Mary Lou Evans, Joan Ak- land, Colleen Collins, Barbara De Feyter, Sally Vargas, Rayona McCoury. Back row: Arlene Vess, Ruby Draxton, Helen Foubert, Joan Dambegoff, Carol Griggs, Carole Vohs, Eileen Eilders, Diane Danielson, Carol Thompson. Mr. Diedrick Cafe Front row: Janet Cameron, Grace Barker, Maxine Cox, Faye Ford, Carol Jean Smith, Virginia Phillips. Second row: Carolyn Lamb, Darlene Koefod, Adele Humphrey, Dorothy Kennedy, Janet Wheeler, Janet Jackson, Jo Ann Stickel. Back row: Dick Albright, Ivan Roberts, David Womach, Albert Fitch, Bill Sparrow. sixty-nine Mr. Jones 108 Front row: Deanne Wolford, Dorothy Ann Mull, Jean Wolfe, Patricia Gage, Darolyn Willey, Lucille Bray, Elaine Menzel. Second row: Richard Hill, William Donaldson, Jan- etta Gardner, Patricia Schrader, Patricia Schweitzer, Wilma Wood, Darlene Young, Ward Eason, John Cozzetto. Back row: George Taylorson, Lanny LaReva, John Law- rence, Merle Clawson, Edwin Straule, Robert Luntsford, Ray Chertude, Lynn Lovejoy, Leon Williams, Mr. Jones. Miss Hethcrington Gym Front row: Velda Lamson, Joyce Bulloch, Patt Bishop, Carol Nutting, Mary Moe, Fran- ces McCutchen, Shirley Hoeg, Vanna Flynn, Carolyn Wiley. Second row: Barbara Lee White, Jackie Salvage, Marjorie Hitchcock, Ione Mayo, Mary Lou Allen, Nancy Johnson, Betty Noel, Carol Russell, Shirley Birnel, Darlene Leuthy, Miss Hetherington. Back row: Joan Hickey, Bernice Gutenberg, Kath- lecn O'Brien, Joyce Holt, Darlene Kirk, Mar- lene Goodfellow, Jean Brunette, Helen Reser, Donna Scollard, Sarah Keene, Carolee Sanderson. M r. Hagen 6 Front row: Bob Holloway, Bob Pahkama, Ed Thieman, Bruce Robertson, Bill Kiper, Ray Poole, Virgil Becker, Cal Weimer, Edgar Young, Mike Fraser. Second row: Mr. Hagen, Don Rohrer, David Sanders, Frank Ulijohn, Don Lanoue, Mickey Chesrown, Ron Pick, Frank Warrington, Lynn Pilant, Charles Van Camp. Back row: Don Noren, Roger Mogill, John Tuft, Dick Sutherland, Jim Ehrgott, Bob Pelleberg, Jim Roach, Gary Peterson, Jereld Walton, Willis Benson, Dick Bostrom. Miss McRae 200 Front row: Joan Maurer, Lorraine McAlpin, Louella Cummings, Barbara Brennan, Joanie Walker, Betty Denny, Darlene Anderson, Nada Arnold. Second row: Ed Ferguson, Jerry Larson, Quetta Springer, Coralyn Wil- son, Pat Miller, Margaret Herschebroth, Bar- bara Koth, Bill Hoagland, Dale Kreager. Back row: Ed Gilkey, Bill Mickus, Bill Lyon, Alan Springer, Billie Fclters, Don Lucinger, Larry Nelson, Jack Webb, Bob Burkhart, Keith Cochran, Frank Spray, Kenneth White. seventy Mr. Neuman 313 Front row: Ralph Langsett, Betty Freeman, Kae Norby, Jack Vill, Jackie Linder, Shirley Monteith, Don O'Grady. Second row: Dar- line Palmer, Helen O'Grady, Shirley Leppink, Arlea LaFleur, Dolores Lentes, La Vonne Mertes, Pat Rodin, Inez Lundy, Mr. Neuman. Back row: Richard Minkler, Jack Maxfield, Fritz Mehlert, Jim Nordlund, Austin Moede, Richard Ferris. Mr. Norbv 205 Front row: Bob Lockhart, Dorilee Foley, Pat Butler, Bonnie Pratt, Marie Visby, Jane An- derson, Alice Maddux, Eldon Waite. Second row: Mr. Norby, Don Hendrickson, Paul Morigeau, Gordon Farley, Larry Mills, Bruce Wright, Gerald Flath, Harry Vazanko. Back row: Ludie Duthweiler, Lewis Watson, Allan McKcnnett, Dwight Palmer, Jim Webbert, Richard Noel, Glenn Knight, Frank Cole. iVIiss Timm 315 Front row: Bob Sipes, Beverly Beidleman, Joyce Tye, Nancy Springer, Jean Wayland, Myrtle McKnight, Louise Vedder, Charles Clossin, Miss Timm. Second row: Mike Sau- ser, Kenneth Bagdon, Jeanne Nelson, Dorene Tiffany, Lynne Hugo, Daryl Smith, Becky Hill, Glenna Duncan, Noreen Hoffer, Bill Savage, Roger Harman. Back row: Neal Peoples, James Voss, Walter Wittstruck, Gerald Bauer, Edward Dostert, Phil Lefler, Sam Wctterhus, David Ensberg, Karl Meister, Mr. Tobie 317 Front row: Mr. Tobie, Janet Adams, Bev Schmidt, Phillip Churchill, Bob Lalande, Sally Sawyer, Priscilla Turk. Second row: Jack Allen, Fran Blade, Sue Lehfeldt, Peggy Kooken, Marian Seidel, Jeanette White, Hugh Shawgo. Back row: George Heiber, Marvin Payne, Don Anderson, Bob Kroboth, Harold Parker, Leslie Samuels, Larry Otto, Bill Hoehne. seventy-one Miss Winkley 103 Front row: Nadine Creek, Joanie Crandell, Louise James, Patsy Kain, Leah Widman, Donna Reed, Shirley Kinne, Peggy Newby. Dorothy Harkins. Second row: Reba Walser, Nancy Huff, Lenora Jackson, Lenor Sontag, Wilma Taylor, Joan Stempel, Joyce Stempel, Cathy Jenson, Margie Werhan, Miss Winkley. Back row: Mary Lou Jamison, Janet Jones, Betty Jess, Carole Holmberg, Margaret Swam, Gay Stephenson, Marilou Nelson, Edith Johnston. Miss WV ood 107 Front row: Billy Mackey, Lorraine Frost, May Berglund, Doris Johnson, Gloria Rudolph, Bonnie Clark, Edwin Edgerton, Charles Hen- thorn. Second row: Lee Aspaas, Larry Springer, Lois Galloway, Elva Beeman, Vir- ginia Weller, Edna Worthington, Dewayne Howell, Miss Wood. Back row: John Atkin- son, Ronald Seedorf, Don Merrick, Bill Powell, Jerry Mason, Burdell Anderson, Duane Erickson. 11B's Mr. Baldwin 206 Front row: Georgette Perkins, Harriet Harkey, Shirley Armfield, Kay Andre, Pat Hirth, Claudia Bratton, Carol Henrickson. Second row: John Gravely, Clifford Garver, Rodney Howard, Edward Bailey, Ronald Ballo, Jane Klaus, Louise Fisken, Mr. Baldwin. Back row: Jack Stenstrom, Floyd Lucas, Bert Byrne, Bob Brotherton, Thad McAtee, Frank Hill, Rich Corser, Don Holmberg, Bob Burson, George Hough. Mr. Manfred 100A Front row: Mr. Manfred, Janet Baglein, Bev- erly Olson, Iris Kirkevold, Lola Price, Shirley Simpson, Jean Charbulak, Helen Bennett. Second row: Doreen Pangborn, Joyce Pen- cosky, Gloria Althouse, Carol Oslund, Arlene Gross, Dolores Hughes, Carolyn Corrigan, Janaine Hulbert, David Henry. Back row: William Eberspecher, Bill Freeman, Claude Merrill, Donald Gravos, Robert Putnam, Don- ald Dolan, Gerald Connelly, Richard Framp- ton, Larry Collins, Roger Daisley. seventy-two Mrs. McLaughlin 213 Front row: Roberta Smith, Nancy Phillips, Allan Shields, Bruce McLean, Joanne LaFace, JoAnn Manskey. Second row: Don Lucas, Darlyn Widger, Lora Lee McDougall, Harry Perry, Anne Ludwick, Janice Vietzke, Art Kawaguchi. Back row: Bob Slizer, Pat Mc- Vay, Ed Gravley, Rena Toll, Dick Schmidt, Dawn Springer, Don Materne, Mrs. McLaughlin Mr. Taft C-2 Front row: Ruth Jamison, Jerine Larson, Mary Lunneborg, Bernadine Kussman, Jackie Hurd, Beverly Blandy, Betty Welch. Second row: Ray Anderson, Charles Dean, Fred Kolb, Carol Halverson, Stella Hamilton, Letty Bout- well, Don Fowlds, Darrel Morford, Gary Hanneman. Back row: Ronald Hulbert, Lee Wallick, Don Selland, Wayne Livengood, John Worley, Gary Hanson, Larry Shaw, Kenny Daly, Mr. Taft. 101439 Mr. Barnard 117 Front row: Gayle Pilant, Dorothea Hilborn, Shirley Paulson, Patricia Cryderman, Norma Hahn, Betty Pickelsimer, Ron Sanders, Jim Walker. Second row: Joan Hiatt, Shirley Ewy, Pansy Tuttle, Robin Johnson, Valerie Jones, Phyllis Glen, Minnie Forester, Joan Rice, Louise Hilliard, Joan Quass, Mr. Bar- nard. Back row: Clyde McNamee, Darrel Hampton, Bill Pixley, Jim Tinnel, Chris Smith, Larry Haunschild, Lloyd Stites, Eddie Rollins, Ed Vacura, Bob Starry. Miss Betz 219 Front row: Duane Baker, Jane LaBarge, Jo- anne Bruck, Shirley Dewey, Carol McCoy, Shirley Rowe, Janice Sipes, Deloris Wilson, Cecil Ferguson. Second row: Dorothy Penna, Barbara Countryman, Esther Blank, Mary Philips, Jim Burkey, Steve Gabriel, John Cosby, Kay Campbell, Marjorie Hamilton, Miss Betz. Back row: Jim Spink, Stanley Rizzuti, Floyd Perkins, John Boor, Bill Gow, Jim Quaschnick, Jim Bigger, Bob Simon, Gerald Carpenter, David Perkins, Don Cole, Gordon Brunette. seventy-three Mr. Bland 307 Front row: Sally Morgan, Leta Cooper, Joyce Sarver, Shirley Blangers, Nancy Gunning, Carol Anderson, Joan Shepard, Margerie Bar- ker, James Heaston, Gary Sipe. Second row: Mr. Bland, Dorothy Jones, Pauline Fcndler, Jeanette Hamblin, James Horn, John Alex- ander, Gary Cassel, Lois Glenn, Arlene Kuta. Back row: Howard Fothergill, Gary Slanger, Jerry Stillwell, John Denbeigh, Joseph Jantsch, Bill Graham, John Burringer, Don Berrilla, John Schultz, Dan Johnson. Miss Cleveland 203 Front row: Jerry Cozzetto, Jo Ann Grable, Diane Hansen, Betty Wiggins, Sid Wheeler, Carol Jean Forbes, Arlenne Miller, Don Os- born. Second row: Miles Dresser, Maxine Taylor, Jack Wilhelmy, Nancy Cox, Jack Thornton, Kay Ewy, Sherrill Goodman, Anna Mae Rosholt, Gordon Lindholm. Back row: Miss Cleveland, Pat Koenig, Mike Green, Joan Fenton, Rex Hoseley, Grace Carney, Jim Brown, Gerri Raymas, Leslie Nygren. Mr. Danielson 100 Front row: Gail Watson, Carolyn Young, Betty Culton, Thida Kellberg, Phyllis Pilgrim, Marilyn Zuber, Shirley McMurray, Maribeth Perdue, Marilyn Ziglar. Second row: Lewis Hutchins, Julia Rhomas, Mary Ann Coleman, Arlene Morgan, Nyla Brockway, Marilyn Job, Janet Linden, Barbara Wright, Dorothy Miles, Cebe Rendle, Mr. Danielson. Back row: Bill Buck, Marvin Rhomas, Jerry McRae, Pat Kine, Frank Randall, Larry McCarrey, Gary Ludke, James Aldrich, Bill Foxton. Mr. Davis 211 Front row: Les Richardson, Greta Johnson, Gloria Hecla, Cleo Johnson, Pat Strom, Mary Lee McLachlan, Priscilla Kinne, Jack Fisher, Ron Scalera. Second row: Mr. Davis, June Madison, Bonnie Ennest, Joy Thompsen, Joyce Kippen, Phyllis Luschei, Lois Kooistra, Willis Roberts, Darwin Lane, Bob Olson. Back row: George Hagen, Gary Hundeby, Jack Hill, Marlys McGeorge, Beverly McLaurin, Beverly Koon, Darlene Lowery, Ronald Kohl, Coewell Gaines, Ben Malikowski, Albia Boyd. seventy-four Mr. Drumheller 217 Front row: Carol Fairfax, Marlyce Buell, Mary Alice Smith, Jeanne Feagins, Patricia Schnieder, Mary Ellen DeGroat, Janette Homan, Alice Lee, Carol Schrock, Second row: Tom Orth, Dean Goodwin, Jim Little- john, Jean Clark, Leah Mae Moore, Janice Mees, Sylvia Betts, Clifford Vill, Lowell John- son. Back row: Donald Batelaan, Elbert Benson, Stanley Ruberson, Thomas Ledbitter, Dick Fossness, Katherine McDaniel, Colleen Somerville, Carol Abbot, Karl David. Mrs. Hawes 115 Front row: Mrs. Hawes, Elnora Stoller, Mar- garet Walson, Gwen Upp, Ulla Karlson, Sharon Russell, Beverly Zimmerman, Barbara Jo White. Second row: Ronald Layton, Dar- rell Cafaro, Merwin Griffith, Marilyn Sander, Arlys Ann Schaeffer, Suzanne Walters, Tom Thompson, Don Lang, Mack McGetrick, Bill Lennard. Back row: Joanne Ring, Barbara Caudill, Claudia Sorenson, Wilbur Paul, John Mullenix, Robert McNabb, Roger Morse, Jack Nevins, James Nevin, Ray Welch. Mr. Hix 303 Front row: Jerry McKenzie, Geneice King, Charlotte Lansing, Sandra Kohle, Beverly Wynne, Virginia Denny, Don Demo, Mr. Hix. Second row: Gene Grimes, Norman Petheram, Charles Gilstrap, Gerry Ross, Karen Kruithof, Beverly Lyon, Marianne King, Norma Lang, Leonard Warner, Louie Nelson. Mr. Hoesly 320 Front row: Ron Jacobs, Donna Murray, Do- lores Alberg, Pat Devaney, Donna Botts, Claudia Mudge, Virginia Elmslie, Jean King, Virginia Cole, Walter Green. Second row: Mr. Hoesly, Sam Moore, Don Kochinsky, Lora Hemphill, Mary Jane Ricketts, Caryl Van Dorn, Bonnie McG1ocklen, Lorraine O'Brien, Ed Carlson, John Applonie. Back row: Harold Erickson, Dave Simonson, Roy Throndson, Don Reed, Jerry Donelson, Don Botts, Vern Harris, Dale Jones. seventy-five ss ..i..E5t.'5..- Mr. Malterner 112 Front row: Richard Tayler, Melvin Oien, Dave Ashton, Holly Bleck, Larry Jamme, Mary Tallent, William Wurtz, Jerry Lawrence, John Bemis, Mr, Malterner. Second row: Gordon Rector, Patricia Alberts, Betty Shand, Karen Anderson, Patricia Tuttle, Patricia Heinekin, Maralyn Walker, Esther Sponagel, Darlene Weaver, Betty Jo Tschirgi, Don Powelson. Back row: Dave Nelson, Don Knack, Tom Lawrence, Jim Lightfoot, Dan Jones, Stanley Gwiazda, Fred Wanless, Richard Stark, Neil Herbison. Mr. Mhyre 12 Front row: John Tierney, Charles Rinehart, Charlotte Wilson, Pat Davis, Dixie Lee Miles, Joanne I-Ienager, Neil Brophy. Second row: Mr. Mhyre, Grace Dickey, Donna Moore, Cerita Sheehan, Shirley Thompson, Barbara Wolfe, Sally Miles, Ron Brown. Back row: Gene Webb, Herb Hadley, Roy Walters, Phil Burton, Ron Deatherage, Jerry Baxter, Paul Nodlund, Gary McKennett. Mrs. Oppen 212 Front row: Joanne Caputo, Carolyn Caro- sella, Pat French, Charlene Berry, Barbara Hawes, Carol Maas, Rose Fisher, Catherine Nickell, Sharon Levick. Second row: Mary Louise Coykendall, Betty Jean Crandell, Kay Kronenberg, Virginia Jahn, Diana Lankam, Kay Worthington, Rosalind Lindsley, Karen Abener, Pattie Tucker, Mrs. Oppen. Back row: Patricia Thomas, Violet Oye, Darlene Leahy, JoAnn Reed, Mapel Speller, Joan Roach, Paula Quine, Sharon Huston, Barbara Dowler, Marian Crowe. Mr. Rowand 316 Front row: Yvonne Blackstone, Joan Duke, Betty Kindle, Peggy Freeland, Dorothy Lob- dell, Sarah Harper, Lenna Rose, Mr. Rowand. Second row: Doug Halin, Arnold Wandler, Shirley Dougherty, Inga Pederson, Vivian Mullenix, Marlene Emley, Myrna Plock, Bill Myers. Back row: Rod McGi11ivray, Robert Taigen, Dick Smith, Kenny Rozelle, Elton Weeks, Jerry Sullivan, Clarence Snow. seventy-six Mr. Theodorson 2 Front row: Dick Sharp, Ron Owen, Charles Beeman, Dale Marquette, Lowell Yeager, Del Erickson, Marvin Anderson, Gary Ebel. Second row: Gene Domstad, Ron Barthell, Robert Young, John Covey, Keith Springer, Larry Katsel, Don Stoebner, Paul Audel, Don Baumgart, Jimmy Brown, Mr. Theodorson. Back row: Laverne Dial, Milton Walters, Jiin Nordby, Ken Blackman, Jay Jarpe, Pete Ber- quist, Alan Pickett, Bob Brown, Gary Bowker, Dan Benedict, Jim Rosa. Mr. Vfhitaker 300 Front row: Neil Wallen, Roberta Stamncss, Wanda Fairbanks, Betty Warrington, Bonnie Smith, Dianna Pomeroy, Marc Shepard. Second row: Mr. Whitaker, Jim Johnson, Joyce Sampson, Maxine Young, Arvilla Rock- stad, Diane Seniw, Lee Charest, Forrest North. Back row: Ron Fechner, Lloyd Brown, Jackie Pintler, Janet Halin, Dorothy Nolan, Jim Mc- Lean, Dick Disney, Orville Poole. 9A as Mr. Biner 13 Front row: Verna Knox, Janice Walden, Bette Rae Bump, Sharon Rogers, Dawn Robertson, Donna Ketcham, Donna Hinkle, Doreen Gran, Mr. Biner. Second row: Jim Williams, Don Newland, K. Norman, Natalie Johnson, Myrlene Collins, Betty Graham, Kathy Mead, Bonnie Van Dorn, John Goer- ing, Barry Baun. Back row: Jerry Allen, Don Nyberg, Garry Baun, Jimmy McDaneld, V'On McCarty, Leland Pennell, Norman Veach, Gary Kilbourne, Ben Milne. Miss Damon 107 Front row: Ted Welch, Tommy Barnes, Verna Brockmier, Eileen Johnson, Shirley DeMars, Joann Galardi, Dorothy Cunningham, Darlene Cunningham, Larry Simpson, Daryl Frost. Second row: Ross Goetz, Carrol Smith, Rosalie Lee, Virginia Hickey, Carol Hickey, Marcia Guffin, Laura Pixley, Janice Coleman, Richard Fields, Miss Damon. Back row: Gary Hendricks, Clarence Green, Tom Stevenson, Gene Bigger, Harvey Ulijohn, Mike Reopelle, Dennis Wilkerson. seventy-seven Liv Nv- Mrs. Eacker 1 16 Front row: Frank Rogers, Bill McBride, Betty Franks, Patricia Rugg, Marlene Johns, Ann Templeton, Richard Cabo, James Lyons. Second row: Bill Brown, Domenic Scalera, Connie Brown, Margaret Karn, Karen Akland, Judy Hanford, Loretta Langlois, Virgil Reidt, Mrs. Eacker. Back row: Charles Goddard, William Guske, Bob Knight, Tommy Hansen, Charles Wash, Jim Peters, Bill Van Camp, John Zidalis, Gary Brooke, William Weir. Mrs. Ellis Library Front row: Lucille Griffith, Don Ferris, Ron- ald Mattson, Sandra Selivanoff, Patricia Crossler, Juanita Draper, Virginia Conner, Leroy McKimmey, Donna Billberg. Second row: Carroll Avery, Robert Waite, Robert Snyder, Leroy Sells, Max Beebe, Harvey Eilertseri, Gerald Holmberg, William Snyder, Mrs. Ellis. Back row: Thomas St. John, Vic- tor Langsett, Marlene Ruhs, Cleda Keys, Diane Friesen, Beverly Jean Lyons, Beverly Anker- son, Louis Schmidt, Raymond Swam, William Pederson, Charles Roberg. Mr. Griggs 104 Front row: Alvin Graham, Edward Unicume, Del Chappell, Kay Keller, Lorraine Sims, Dolores Pierce, Darlene Kindle, Carol Wright, Arlene Stack, Mr. Griggs. Second row: Bill Johnson, Bob Stevig, Stan Easton, Barbara Lee, Valdene Hancock, Marilyn Burlock, Eliza- beth Johnson, Ralph Aspaas, Bill Cox. Back row: Eddie Johnson, Bill Roney, Ozzy John- son, Dick Thompson, Ray Jones, LaVerne Cummings, Robert McMullen, Larry Fisher, Judith Ann Boschee, Gail Hayden, Dolores Mackey. Miss Killingsworth l 13 Front row: Wallace Pratt, Steve Youst, Agnes Larson, Leona Lowery, Marilyn Davis, Beverly Goodwin, Edward Collins, Raymond Lakey. Second row: Howard Bursch, Lynda Peterson, Elise Scott, Barbara Morrison, Kay Helping- Stine, Doris Merrick, Sharon Sleeth, Willa Asker, Marjorie Anderson, Jim Doggett, Miss Killingsworth. Back row: Bill Phipps, Gerald Kelbourne, Bill Hamilton, Patricia Bautch, Peggy Moore, Joanne Patterson, Jim Mead, Duane Kenworthy, Frank Malikowski. seventy-eight Mr. Randall 200 Front: row: Jack Jarpe, John Hoy, Tommy Moore, Shirley Blandy, Roberta Smith, Mari- lyn Glukins, Lorene Mossuto, Second row: Mr. Randall, Pat Frost, Roberta Joyner, Joan Schoenwald, Bessie Stutzman, Edna McNabb, Georgia Alberts, Bobby Reichert, Robert Jack- son, George Thrush, Leroy Smith. Back row: Elaine Fothergill, Helen Danquist, Bonnie Patrick, Marlene McDonald, Ivan Munk, Ray Erickson, Ed Hamhlin, Gary Cooprider, Russel Clark, Dick Soss. Mr. Riopelle 305 Front row: Mark Kabush, Darla Lee, Idella Brown, Janet Nixon, Dolores Cook, Jacque- line Miller, Dennis Monoghan. Second row: Mr. Riopelle, Donald Hunt, Diana Burns, Jeanine Woodbury, Elizabeth Burtness, JoAnn Fluman, Claudia Sander, Marilyn Hallin, Carolyn Hansen, Geraldine Van Hover. Back row: Ernest Look, Kaye Straight, Alan Coffey, Dick Mathews, Jack Gambill, Lester Starkey Ronald Meyer, Edwin Watt, Roger Clark, David Nevin. Mr. Sarboe 9 Front row: Chiquita Robertson, Donna Rum- mer, Gary Cunningham, Terry Middaugh, Vernon Reidt, Ronald Thue, Duane Traaen, Sally Ellis, Mr. Sarboe. Second row: Murray Jennings, Bill Kling, Bonnie Byrne, Barbara Cothlin, Kathleen Darling, Jackie Disney, Rosa Cockrall, Barbara White, Ronald Carow. Back row: Gary Ferris, Bob Helms, Janice Fraun- felter, Patsy Koski, Valeta Leppell, Nancy Meek, Karen Yancey, Jim Watson, Alan Walser, Bob Grossman. Mr. Stannard 301 Front row: Viola Wiedemann, Patsy Anne Gierl, Dwayne Upp, Eve Hamerton, Wesley James, Nadyne Anderson, Theodore Geiss, Maureen Suizer, Mr. Stannard. Second row: Glenn Neher, Christy Bosten, Buddy Watson, Loretta Howlett, John Merrick, Patricia Stumpf, Bob Wilkes, Beverly Foster, Sandra Kelley, Emile Werre. Back row: Merna Tobin, Ole Watt, James Vandewert, Daniel McKin- non, Gayle Gardner, Philip Rost, Lloyd Harris, Barbara Homan, John Riley, Jerome La Roche. seventy-nine M ll Miss Starkweather 121 Front row: Mary Brown, Lola Jenks, Chris- tine Conner, Janeen Roberts, Barbara Randall. Bob Biggs, Sharon Ex Henry. Second row: Miss Starkweather, Barbara Lambert, Loren Langland, Linda Keeling, Doris Steiner, Bill Crowe, Marilyn Daniel, Donna Walden, Sherry Larkin, Jo Layne Miller, Lawrence Murphy. Back row: Darrell Tesdahl, Jason Clark, Eddy Arnold, Charles Giles, Grace Bostrom, Carol Lust. Geraldine Kandler, James Kelling, Don Green, Bill Wallace. Mr. Bradford C-l Front row: Ralph Ferguson, Bob Vogelman, Bruce Short, Bill Oberheu, Earl Smith, Richard Green, Bob Wirsch. Second row: Mr. Bradford, Kermit Johnson, Alan Chris- tiansen, Don Berg, Richard Patterson, Marvin Lanphere, Rodney Leaf, Jack Fruit. Back row: Dennis Eaton, Don Weaver, Pat Sullivan, Rod Walker, Dick Lindelof, Bob Steffer, Don Ekman, John Mead. .LK rx, ,. 1 Thr' Inrluxfrial .flrfs zlzfparfnzmzz' f'n1plzasi:z's flu' practical 111111 manual use of i1lf'11.s'. Lwff: Pdf' IVlIlL'll'IIIl17If eighty Ulillilrls lJri11g1'.s"' on paper. Right: Jerry Gross' and .lack I'llI7Ill!1lI oprfrafr' H114 nmclzimf .vl10p'.v drill press. Shirlcy 1Vidman rli.s'c0'cr'rs thc nz-ysteries of thc cnlargm' lin the scicncrf flcpartmzfntfs plzotograplziy class. TVUM' in thc book room offers practical e.zprfric11,ce in filing and cataloging. Qaawecff The Associated ,-mam, M V, "Www ual FALL OFFICERS-Left to right: Alan Torgerson, fifth execu- SPRING OFFICERS-Front, left to right: Joyce Tye. vice-presi tive: Obe Fjelstad, treasurer, Jack Meredith, vice-president: dent: Carol Haas, fifth executive: Patty Milam, secretary: Rod Walker, president: Carol Haas, secretary. Back: Jack Meredith, president: Bob Newland, treasurer. F FALL HOUSE AND SENATE--Front row, left to right: Obe Fjelstad, Jack Meredith, Carol Haas, Rod Walker, Alan Torgerson, Second row: Dorothy Perma, Connie Brown, Shelldeen Bozarth, Janen Roberts, Ronald Mattson, Carol Jean Smith, Mary Lee Mc- Lachlan, Elnora Stoller, Lou Ann Habel, Marilou Ludwigson, Patty Milam, Dianna Pomery, Audreyann Lightle, Barbara Brennan. Third row: Dawn Springer, Janet Linden, Shirley Thompson, Geneice King, Jack Fisher, Sue Lehfeldt, Dorothea Hilborn, June Johnson, Marlene Bartlett, Edward Dostert, Edward Carlson. Fourth row: Marion Hetherton, Pat Trost, Marjorie Anderson, Inga Pederson, Paula Quinc, Virgil Duchow, Nancy Gunning, Paul Audel, Austin Moede. Fifth row: Betty Hand, Ruby Draxton, Lynn Fackenthall, Margaret Swam, Janet Halin, Joyce Kolb, Georgia Anderson, Jack Bowcutt, Virg Becker, Frank Bos. Sixth row: Stan Ruberson, Jimmy Mead, Bob Newland, Barry McMahon, Bill Ellern, Maurice Miles, David Henry, Bob Helms. Back row: Ed Watt. Mike Lawrence, Glen White, John Hocking, Dick Greenwood, Red Peterson, Dick Lindelof. Bus Ellern. Harvey Ulijohn. eighty-four tuclent Councils , , , The school term of 1950-51 marked the first. year of the Associated Student Council's operation under the new student body constitution. The A. C. includes two bodies, the house and the senate. The house is com- posed of representatives from each home room and the senate of the five student body officers, senators from each of the four classes and representatives of the Girls' League and Boys' Federation. Taking over the grounds and traffic squad, the A. C. established, this year, a student court to try, convict, and sen- tence offenders of school regulations. As all school clubs must be subser- vient to the councils, a major job the past. year was the revision and ultimate ratifi- cation of the club charters to conform to A. S. C. regulations. In addition to numerous convoca- tions, many social activities were sponsored by the A. S. C. Most notable among those were the Sadie Hawkins' dance and a fresh- man dancing class. They also sponsored the annual basketball banquet. SPRING HOUSE AND SENATE-Front row, left to right: Miss Patricia Damon, adviser: Bob Newland, Joyce Tye, Jack Meredith, Paty Milam, Carol Haas, Mr. Jones, adviser: Mr. Rodkey, adviser. Second row: Jack Bowcutt, Margie Anderson, Janice Walden, Walter Green, Lynn Hawes, Barbara Brennan, Mary Johnston, Sue Lehfeldt, Carol Jean Smith, June Evans, Geneice King, Lou Ann Habel, Jim Buckley. Third row: John Mead Dean Denni J B ett L P' l B tt - , son, ean urn e, aura ix ey, e yShand, Roma Bowles, Na dene Anderson, Pat Cyderman, Carol Slosser, Karen Abener, Jeannette Hamblin, Barbara Allen. Fourth row: Alan Torgerson, Ruby Draxton, Margaret Karn, Judy Boschee, Bill Hoagland, Lora Hemphill, Mary Lou Nelson, 'Pat Schraeder, Shirley Ewy, Jean Charbulak, Beverly Ankerson, Carolyn Hansen, Lila Lee Purdum, Danna Leuthy, Joanne Baxter. Back row: Jay Jarpe, Bob Helms, Jim Mead, Don Holmberg, Jack Geraghty, Art Sharpe, Bill Zink, Jim Tefft, Eddie Arnold, Sam Wetterhus, Norm King, Bill Van Ry, Duane Baker. eighty-five .- 5 V iff' Q , ' A 'X 'T Q, H, 11 .,........., i il' ' 3 t'zliEg2Y?7. Evi 'V m I Q. QTL. 5 X 5 - ""'. l i 1 FALL OFFICERS-Donna Moe, president: Jean Noel, vice- SPRING OFFICERS-Patricia Damon, adviser: June Evans, president, Grace Horning treasurer: June Johnson, secretary. secretary: Helen Hubbell, treasurer: Virginia Trefry, president: Betty Werhan, vice-president. FALL CENTRAL COUNCIL.-Front row: Charlotte Wilson, Grace Horning, Donna Moe. Second row: Marilyn Jenkins, Sondra Kohli, Diana Pomery, Esther Blank, Jean Wayland, Kay Andre, Sally Sawyer, Mary Moe, Shirley Widman, Jean Charbulak. Third row: Maribeth Purdue, Willa Asker, Pat Morton, Betty Werhan, Phyllis Phillips, Betty Unrich, Carolyn Thiege. Fourth row: Nancy Pencosky, Lorraine McAlpin, Donna Phelps, Marion Crowe, Patty Alberts, Natalie Johnson. Back row: Pat McVay, Donna Robin- son, Dorothy Bellamy, Betty Freeman, Patty Schraeder, Roma Bowles, Carol Thompson. eighty-six Girls, League , , , Having been originated inl9l8 by Miss Jessie Gibson, the Girls' League strives to attain the ideals of honor, service and loyalty, symbolized in the League pin. This year, under the supervision of Miss Patricia Damon, League adviser, the League sponsored the P.-"I'.A. member- ship drive, spearheaded the donations to needy European families, held the Dad- Daughter banquet, and a Christmas mixer. Perennial activities of the League are the awarding of pins to honor-roll girls and appointing "Big Cousins" to help ac- quaint new girls with school activities. The legislative assembly of the League is the central council, comprised of home room representatives, who, together with the officers, plan each semester's activities. l SPRING CENTRAL COUNCIL-Front r w. Hel H bb ll J E o ' en u e , une vans, Betty Werhan, Virginia Trefry. Second row: June Berg- lund Darlene Cunningham Ellen Kawaguchi Donna Billber M tl M K ' , , , g, yr e c night. Third row: Barbara DeFeyter, Claudia Sander, Joan Duke, Shirley Bass, Maralyn Walkes, Marlene Johns, Diane Samuels. Back row: Willomae Saiter, Joanne Patterson, Louise Hoffman, Dorothy Conway, Anne Ludwick, Gail Hayden, Frances Graham. eighty-seven FALL OFFICERS-Front: Louis Starner, vice-president: Virg SPRING OFFICERS-Bill Langdon, vice-president: Alan Chris Duchow, president. Back: Bob Newland, tiansen, clerk: Skip Pixley, treasurcrg Art Sharpe, president. clerk: Vern Osterback, treasurer. FALL EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND COMMITTEE HEADS-Front row: Bob Newland, Vern Oterback, Lou Starner, Virg Duchow, Bill Oberheu, Dick Greenwood, Jim Tefft, Second row: Gary Austin, Don Newland, Barry McMahon, Marvin Lanphere, Jack Geraghty, Bill Hoagland, Ron Scalera, Lowell C. Bradford, adviser. Third row: Skip Pixley, Bill Pixley, Art Sharpe, Jack Meredith, Richard Meyer, Don Dolan, Bill Cook. Back row: Ron Hagadone, Joe Tewinkel, Ron McFarland, Dick Pctrogallo, Rolland Robbins, Jack Evenoff, Kieth Darling, Don Weaver. eighty-eight The B0 sa F ecleration , , , For 33 years the Boys' Federa- tion has successfully fulfilled its purpose- to serve the boys of North Central by sponsoring direct projects and supporting other school agencies. Supervised by its founder and adviser, Lowell C. Bradford, the "Fed" is organized into four departments: School service, community service, personal service and sports-for-all. Twenty committees carry out the functions of these departments. The Federation has been instrumental in the maintenance of Kennedy field in which the organization has invested over f132,000. The purchases of the auditorium proscenium curtain and the grand piano were aided by Federation funds. Noteworthy activities of the service group this year have been the awarding of the Archie Buckley inspirational trophy to Rollie Robbins, awarding of plaques to winners of sports-for-all activities, presen- tation of a Christmas convocation in con- junction with the Girls' League and spon- soring monthly convocations at which have appeared many notables in the educational and athletic fields. Plans are now being formulated for purchasing a school flag. SPRING EXECUTIVE COUNCIL AND COMMITTEE HEADS-Front row: Alan Christiansen, Bill Zink, Bill Langdon, Art Sharpe, Charles Berquist, Jack Geraghty, James Buckley. Second row: Bill Cook, Dan Dolan, Ron Rogers, Ron Scalera, Larry Biggs, Rollie R bb' B b R V' B k r L ll C. Br dford, adviser. Third row: Dennis Roff, Eu ene Harve Dave Ross, Red P tt o ms, 0 ogers, irg ec e , owe a S Y, e erson, Bob Jobb, Bob Swanson, Richard Green, George Hieber, Back row: Tex Carver, Jim Tefft, Ron Hagadone, Bob Moylan, Alan Tor- gerson, Bill Ellern, Vern Olson, Ed Perdue, Bob Refvem. eighty-nine I Q WA- ww- an x.-...M X H an 5 --Q........Ir.- ll I ,. FALL NEWS STAFF-Front: Melvin Davis, Margene Lang, Art Sharpe, Joanne Cogley, Mary Keene, Beverly Blincow, Danna Leuthy. Back: Bill Green, Marilyn Moore, Carol Thompson, Joe Tewinkel, Carol Levick, Darlene Brott, Helen Tollefson, Bob Steffer. Kari ' f FALL EDITORS-Front: Pat Morton, Jean Noel, Imogene Knight, Lou Ann Habel. Back: Dick Gustafson, Alvin Greening, Paul Collord. The North , , , Prerequisites lor sluclenls en- rolling in the busy, buslling news classes are journalism I anal a B-average in all subjects. ln ollicfelike Slll'l'OllllClll1gS, the slu- clems plan and prepare copy for The North Central News :mil 'll2llll2ll'ZlCli uncler the FALL BUSINESS STAFF-Front: Beverly Blayden, Carol Griggs, Florence Coleman, Robin Rymond, Leslie Tiffany, Helen Tollef- snn. Back: Lenor Sontag, Paul Audel, Tom Harris, Charles Berquist, Peter Berquist, Ron McFarland, Blanche Harvey. ninety in IM SPRING NEWS STAFF-Front: Art Sharpe, Gordon Peckham, Bert Byrne, Charles Berquist, Ward Eason, Bill Green, Bob Steffer. Back: Carol Griggs, Margene Lang, Leslie Tiffany, Maybelle Mead, Robin Rymond, Pat Morton, Marilyn Moore, Betty Denny, Beverly Blackwell, Dick Gustafson. Central News clirccilion ol' Miss Mary McKenna, publi- cations adviser. Staff niembers Lake their orders from the managing editor, leauircs editor, and sports editor who are responsible for plan- ning the different pages. H77 SPRING EDITORS-Front: Carol Levick. Joe Tewinkel, Lou Ann Habil, Back: Tom Harris, Mel Davis. SPRING BUSINESS STAFF-Front: Joan Crandall, Blanche Harvey, Pat Miller, Florence Coleman, Leslie Tiffany, Robin Rymond. Back: Mary Coykendall, Don Stoebner, Peter Berquist, Robert McNabb, Jack Geraghty, Kay Andre. ninety-one The 1951 , , , This year, with its theme, the students and faculty of 1951, the Tamarack deviated from "conventional" layouts and tuned its end sheets, division pages, intro- C0'ED'T0RS-Gff'feH01'nmS and Dick Guslafsfm- ductory section and type along modern lines. During the fall semester, the editors and staff were occupied W i t h t h e all- important task of choosing the cover, planning the make-up of the book and photographing all activities. The spring semester entailed the job of writing copy, assembling the sections and planning final distribution of the book. ADVISERS-Front: Don TOWnSeI'1d, priniingg Mary McKenna, editorial and business. Back: George Smith, photography: Kenneth Mhyre, art. F'ALL STAFF-Front: Joe Tewinkel, Carol Thompson, Gordon Peckham, Bill Green, Nancy Pencosky. Back: Marilyn Moore, Janet Adams, Joanne Cogley, Gloria Minelli, Arlene Gilbert, Virginia Long. ninety-two Tamarack Probably the most difficult problem that faced the editors and advisers was the choice ol' the theme and division pages. M ore than three months were spent formu- lating and rejecting ideas and taking pic- tures. Finally, as a result of many plans, it was decided that the division pages should contain portraits ol' persons who represent the section, imposed upon a tex- ture material also symbolic of the section. The staff is divided into four groups: Miss Mary McKenna is publications ad- viser, George Smith, artg Kenneth Mhyre, art: and Don Townsend, printing. ASSOCIATE EDITORS-Front: Blanche Harvey, Imogene Knight. Back: Jean Noel, Gloria Green. BUSINESS STAFF-Front: Robin Rymond, Florence Coleman. Back: Jean Noel, Diane Wilson. SPRING STAFF-Donna Barney, Betty Webster, Carol Levick, Barbara Allen, Joanne Cogley. ninety-three "TL,-sv V i , ,X I I ' 1 f wt V FALL OFFICERS-Stella Martello, historian-reporter: Beverly Groom, Sergeant-at-arms: Gloria Green, chairman, Marian Babcock, secretary. if 1 -2 The Red , , 1 'Fo top off the years activities the Red Feathers, a group ol' over one hun- dred girls, and their director, Elsa Pink- ham, accompanied L. C. Bradford and the band on their 25th trip to Vlfenatchee for the Apple Blossom Festival. Under the di- rection of Miss Pinkham, the Red Feathers performed in three stunts and also marched in the parade. COLOR Waugh, Jean Noel. The girls presented the first stunt in the new Memorial Stadium last fall along with other spectacular football hall'-time stunts. 'Fheir striking uniforms, unlike any other group in the city, and their ex- cellent performances have made the Red Feathers an outstanding unit in Spokane. RED FEATHERS GROUP- Front row: Ruth Shearer, June Johnson, Nancy Pencosky, Lorna Zorn, Jean Johnson, JoAnn Garske, Beverly Groom, Gloria Green. Second row: Mary Ann Malmquist, Gail Jackson, Arlene Gilbert, Diane Samuels, Helen Hubliell, Virginia Trefrey, Karin Cederwall, Shirley Widman, Barbara Allen, Virginia Coberly, Marlene Bartlett. Third row: Marian Crisp, ' ' k S l ' H h C 1 C B k Hill Lea Widman, Barbara MeCarty Marilyn Carlson, Jeanne Frieske, Kaye Whlta er, y via anna , aro yn rowe, ec y , . Margaret Eske, Margie Hartman. Fourth row: Willomae Saiter, Shirley Nevin, Joanie Maurer, Janet Adams, Ginger Coomes, Cecil Gohrnian, Blanche Harvey, Lou Ann Habel, Marilou Ludwigson, Donna Phelps, Carol Beaty. Back row: Barbara Lee White, Jackie Salvage, Darlene Leuthy, Peggy Kooken, Priscilla Turk, June Berglund, Carolyn Wilson, Patty Breedcn. Jackie Linder, Margene Lang, Joanne Cogley. ninety-foitr Feathers Senior A Red Feathers are candidates in the fall for Football Princess and in the spring for Spring Sports Princess. The Color Guards and Song Leaders work with W the candidates in presenting the traditional candidates' introductory convocation. 'ljhis year the Senior A Red Feather.: SPRING OFFICERS-Lou Ann Habel, sergeant-at-arms: Caro- lyn Crowe, chairnean: .Toannc Gruber, historian-reporter: were the only athletic group to earn a first B' Gail Jackson, secretary. , aid certificate for their work. Juniors and seniors compose the group. C grades or better are required and the girls are judged by tryouts for their marching and dancing ability. Activities include sports, parades, and being active supporters, the year round, of the girls' sports program. SPRING COLOR GUARDS-Willomae Saitcr, Jean Johnson. RED FEATHERS GROUP-Front row: Marian Babcock, Stella Martello, Gertie Schneider, Mary Penna, Jo Anne Gruber, Imogene Knight, Donna Moe. Second row: Collene Corbin, Jackie Prall, Phyllis Phillips, Betty Werhan, Doris Loan, Velda Lamson, Sunny Steele, Shirley Dubray, Pat Brennan. Beverly Blackwell, Lavonne Snider. Third row: Lenor Sontag, Patty Schrader, Carol Griggs, Shirley Bass, Marian Seidel, Beverly Beidleman, Pat Morton, Amy McGuire, Barbara DeFey1er, Virginia Penna, Lois Oxrieder, Rosie Porta. Fourth row: Nada Arnold, Carolyn Wiley, Jane Anderson, Francella Blade, Jan Hanson, Donna Barney, Colleen Collins, Janet. Jones, Betty Freeman, Carol Russell, Carol Slosser. Back row: Marlene Goodfellow, Barbara Brennan, Joanie Walker, Cora- lyn Wilson, Helen Reser, Wilma Taylar, Carol Thompson, Carol Haas, Kay Nordby, Jo Ann Burns, Betty Noel. ninety-five FALL OFFICERS-Front: Rena Toll, sergeant-at-arms: Pat Hirth, chairman. Back: Kay Andre, historian-reporter: Claudia Bratton, secretary. SPRING OFFICERS-Front: Dorothy Penna, sergeant-at-arms: Joan Rice, chairman. Back: Carol McCoy, historian-reporter: Sharon Lcvick, secretary. he Color , , , Another cheering, marching unit at North Central, the Color Girls. boasts membership ol' over 70 freshman and sophomore girls. This honorary group was organized in l930 with 20 freshmen and sophomores. It is easy to detect their purpose ol promoting school spirit and interest in all athletic activities. They display the school colors at every game, sitting together in a group dressed in their deep-red sweaters. shoulder shields and black skirts. lylarching in parades and sometimes taking part in football hall'-time stunts, the COLOR GIRLS GROUP-Front row: Patricia Heinekin, Beverly Mclsaurin, Claudia Bratton, Kay Andre, Pat Koenig, Donna Moore. Second row: Joyce Richwine, Joyce Kippen, Barbara Dowler, Lois Kooistra, Phyllis Luschei, Suzie Walters, Nancy Gunning, Maryls McGeorge, Karen Abener, Third row: Marilyn Zirber, Dixie Lee Miles, Dorothy Penna, Theda Kellberg, Beverly Zimmerman, Barbara White, Shirle Ann Dougherty, Inga Pederson, Sylvia Betts, Dorothy Lobdell. Back row: Carol McCoy. Mary Coykendall, Joan Rice, Kay Campbell, Anna Mae Rosholt, Marion Crowe, Lora Hemphill, Holly Black. ninety-six . iw .. ., M N te irls "' Color Girls have made a line showing un- der the clireetion ol' Miss Ruth Hethering- b ton, faculty adviser. This semester the girls ushered at the P.-T. A. Open House. Each semester the officers and Miss lletherington compose the group which selects new Color Girls by uclging them at tryouts. Freshman and sophomore B girls with C grades or better are eligible to join. Applicants must turn in applications and show their marching' and claneing ability. New ollicers elected from the sopho- more B class each semester assist Miss Heth- erington in operating the organization. Miss Ruih He+hering+on, faculiy direcfor of ihe Color Girls. COLOR GIRLS GROUP-Front row: Jo Ann LaFace, Dawn Springer, Pat Hirth, Rena Toll, Louise Fisken, Dianna Pomery. Second row: Sharon Leviek, Elnora Stroller, Carol Sehrock, Joyce Peneosky, Gloria Althouse, Bernadine Kussman, Gail Watson, Carolyn Young. Third row: Diane Corbin, Diane Hansen, Dolores Alberg, Marilyn Ziglar, Mary Philips, Dorothy Nolan, Jane Klaus, Esthcr Blank, Ulla Karlsson. Back row: Jean Charbulak, Shirley Paulson, Beverly Koon, Kay Ewy, Karen Anderson, Carol Halverson, Marilyn Sander, Shirley Ewy, Dorothea Hilborn, Dorothy Miles. ninety-seven he orth Central Band , , , Mfithout doubt, the North Cen- tral band has gained a reputation unex- celled in the Northwest. lVhen people speak of North Central, they think First of "Brad" and his musical "red coats." During the Wfashington State Apple Blossom Festival in Weiizltcliee, North Central completely dominated the scene in the character ol' "honor" band and the colorful marching maneuvers of the Red Feathers. Under the student leadership of Earl Smith, the pep band also played its way through a very successful season. Features oi' their 1950-51 program included playing lor the Chronicle-all-city football show, the Spokane March ol' Dimes benefit, a concert at Havermale and numerous dances at school. Its members comprised the major- ity ol' the special band, who played for all home basketball games, accompanied all soloists at concerts and played for army re- cruits at the railway depot. The fifty-first lormal concert was presented in March. 73 it ti f ' 2 CONCERT BAND-Left to right, diagonal No. 1: David Ashton, Melvin Oien, Del Chappell, Dick Soss, Don Ferris, Don Lang, Jim Rosa. Diagonal No. 2: Pat Kine, Calvin Weimer, David Henry, Ken Dunn, Ike Henthorn, George Pederson. Diagonal No. 3: Allen McKennet, Lowell Yeager, Kenneth Abbey, Eugene Harvey, David Womack, Marvin Sampson. Diagonal No. 4: Pat Sullivan, Ken Rozelie, Don Weaver, Dick Burson, Gary Austin. Diagonal No. 5: Dennis Eaton, Alan Torgerson, Dick Greenwood, Lowell C. Brad- ford, director. Front row: Richard Douglas, David Simonson, Art Pryor, Leon Williams, Derald Hampton. Second row: Ken Keen, Dale Marquette, Sid Wheeler, Doug Halin, Bill Noel, Richard Taylor, Earl Smith, Don Berg, Richard Patterson, Dick McCoy. Third row: Tommy Luce, Don Ellis, Dwight Palmer, Fred Wanless, Alan Christiansen, Bruce Short, Jack Fruit, John Mead, Dick Schmidt, Norman Berry. Back row: Bill Oberheu, Charles Gilstrap, Ed Unicume, Wesley Hood, Donovan Reed, Ted Straub, Bill Ellern, Dave Ensberg, Bob Steffer. ninety-eight PEP BAND-Front row: Dick Lindelof, Richard Green, Bob Wirsch, Bob Vogelman, Ralph Ferguscn, Pat Sullivan, Don Ekman, Dennis Eaton, Don Weaver. Back row: Marvin Lanphere, Kermit Johnson, Bill Oberheu, Bob Steffer, Rod Leaf, Dick Patterson, Earl Smith, Don Berg, Alan Christiansen, Bruce Short, John Mead, Jack Fruit, Left to right, diagonal No. 1: Bob Luntsford, Richard Meyer, Dick Lindelof. Diagonal No. 2: Leslie Nygren, John Denbeigh, Ron Scalera, Richard Green, Ralph Ferguson. Diagonal No. 3: Austin Moede, Marvin Lanphere, Bob Vogelman, Richard Minkler. Diago- nal No. 4: Bill Donaldson, Donald Stoebner, Bruce Baker, Jim Bigger, Bob Wirsch. Diagonal No. 5: Elwood Reynolds, Don Ekman, Jack Geraghty, John Worley, Ron Hayes. Front row: Jerry Fowler, Kaye Straight, Merwin Griffith. Second row: Rod Leaf, Gary Ludke, Lynn Hawes, Bob Bradley, Gordon Peckham, George Taylorson, Bruce Grandstaff, Gifford Spitzer, Richard Monoghan. Third row: Karl Meister, Gerald Grose, Louis Starner, Chuck Hill, Roland Carman, Harry Perry, Walter Green, Richard Mathews, Gordon Love, Bob Starry, Bill Hoehne. Back row: Dave Keene, Kermit Johnson, Les Samels, Neil Herbison, Bob Grossman Ronald Thue, Bob LaLonde. 71,i11.ety-nine 95 fn- SONG LEADERS-Front: Donna Reed, Suzi Ellis, Helen Tollefsen. Back: Joyce Bullock, Pat Milam, Margie Werhan, Norma Jean Brand, Joyce Tye, Grace Barker. YELL LEADERS-Joe Tewinkel, Dick Petragallo, Gary Ebel. Song Leaders f , , It takes high morale as well as a good team to win a game and the peppy song leaders are the gals that keep the school spirit high. As well as directing the songs and some yells they are constantly introducing new ones. one hundred Yell Leaders , , , i'Hold that line." The yell lead- ers keep our teams cognizant of the moral support from the stands. Uniformly attired in their red and white outfits, both song and yell leaders add glory to the name of North Central. HONORS BOARD-Bob Newland, Bill Hoagland, Darrell Kuelpman, Gail Jackson, Gwen Upp, Suzi Ellis. STUDENT COURT-Jack Geraghty, prosecuting attorney, Jack Morgan, bailiffg Tom Harris, judge: Marilyn Chase, secretary. Honors Board , 1 , "Give that boy a red and black chenille emblem!" Not a radio quiz but merely the honors board carrying on its cle- liberations. This most important A. S. C. committee decides which students will re- ceive the coveted annual and semi-annual awards. Student Court f f f "Guilty or not guilty, that is the question." The student court tries and sen- tences offenders of school regulations. This body is Conducted along the lines of regu- lar courts with "defendants" given the right to Choose their own lawyers. one hundred one GROUNDS SQUAD-Front: Buzz Burton, Paul Audel, Alvin Greening, Charles McNeil, Don Vuurman, Bob Swanson. Back: Glen White, Jerry Gross, Rolland Robbins, Alan Torgerson, Jerry Bauer. CON DEPUTIES-Front row: Mabelle Mead, Shirley Lambert, Jimmy Mead, Donna Moe, Jo Ann Garske. Second row: Marilyn Moore, Carol Thompson, Vona McLean, Darlene Palmer, Janet Jackson, Janice Thorsen, Lynn Fackenthall, Margene Lang, Helen Tol- lefson, Joanne Cogley. Back row: Lou Ann Habel, Joanne Brand, Lorraine Rasmussen, June Johnson, Mary Moe, Seeran Cross, Mary Lou Othmer, Lois Taylor, Violet Stutzman, Peggy Freeland. Grounds Squad , , f "Better throw that paper in the garbage can, joe. There's a grounds squad officer lurking behind that bush." No of- fense in the cafeteria or on the school grounds escapes the eye of these ubiqui- tous Sentinels of NC law. one hundred two Con Deputies , , , The con deputies extend into convocations the long arm of NCS law en- forcement. Any and all disturbances are quelled by these "deps.', Conduct slips are given to offenders summoning them to student court. 'P' TRAFFIC SQUAD-Front: John Mead, Bill Cook, Jack Morgan, Hal Hunt, Jack Meredith. Back: Bob Newland, Dud Woodbury, Bob Harrington, Ron Hagadone, Willis Benson, Ron Stone, Phil Soike, Dean Denison, Dennis Roff. HALL GUARDS-Front row: Clarabel1Hydorn, Nada Arnold, Marilyn Cerenzia, Gloria Minelli, Virginia Engle, John Alexander, Frank Garnmel. Second row: Jo Anne Hadgson, Adonna Bondahl, Ronald Jacobs, Joanne Freeman, Virg Becker, Ed Gilkey, Bur- well Feighner. Back row: Bob Bradley, Merle Clawson, Don Botts, Bob Jobb, Roger Mogile, Dick Nyberg. Traffic Squad , 1 , No frosh will be trampled in the shuffle between classes with the traffic squad on the job. Directing the flow of traffic is their most important duty. Any running, blocking traffic or niisbehavior in the halls is checked by them. Hall Guards , , , "VVhere's your pass?" No stu- dent in the halls during classes has ever missed being accosted by a hall guard. In each period there are five hall guards on duty throughout the building, their main job being to maintain order. one hundred three if fi - " gif 1,53 M. LIBRARY WORKERS-Group 1, Front row: Bonnie McLaughlin, Louise James, Jean Wayland, Laura Stewart, Marlene Ruhs, Barbara Hawes, Evonne Schocpke, Leah Mae Moore, Nancy Gunning, Jean Clark, Margaret Watson, Carol Schrock, Lucille Griffith. Second row: Murray Jennings, Ida Blair, Janice Springer, Mary Johnston, Darlene Weaver, Don Ferris, Janice Sipes, Virginia Den- ney, Dora Mae Greenman, Ruth Cooper, Mary Coykendall, Myrtle McKnight. Third row: Barbara Caudill, Lucille Bray, Pat Thomas, Janice Frounfelter, Carol Thompson, Pat Holloway, Roma Bowles, June Berglund, Lenora Jackson, Shirley Dubray, June Evans, Diana Lanham, Reba Walser. Back row: Bill Green, Richard Minkler, Beverly Nelson, Gordon Farley, Karen Tollefson, Miles Dresser, Bob Steffer, David Dow, Frances Graham, Florence Coleman, Cleda Keyes, Jeanette Hamblin, Karen Kurthof. Group 2, Front row: Verna Knox, Darla Lee, Nadine Creek, Rose Fisher, Diane Corbin, Carolyn Carosella, Alice Lee, Jeannine Woodbury, Elnora Stroller, Jean Charbulak. Second row: Dorothy Mull, Beverly Goodwin, Donna Murray, Roberta Smith, Wilda Nichell, Janice Keller, Sylvia Betts, Lois Kooistra, Mary Lou Jamison, Patsy Schweitzer. Third row: Jackie Miller, Lois Malikow- ski, Karen Abener, Kathleen O'Brien, Edna Worthington, Bonnie Van Doren, Phyllis Glen, Elva Beeman, Gail Hayden. Back row: Rose Porta, Lavonne Mertes, Helen Foubert, Marilyn Sander, Bernice Gutenberg, Marlene MacDonald, Joan Akland, Beverly McLaurin, Claudia Sorenson. Library Workers , , , Books are the backbone of high largest group of workers in the school. school life, therefore we have a library. It They serve as hostesses, entrance and exit takes a lot of work to keep a library func- door monitors, art library monitors, cleri- tioning properly, therefore we have li- cal workers, charging desk assistants and brary workers. Numbering over a hun- fiction section workers. They give invalu- dred, the library workers comprise the able aid to the librarians. one hundred four S., . I. ... , 4. ' M 'Q GYM OFFICE WORKERS-Front row: Lois Kooistra, Rena Toll, Willomae Saiter, Donna Phelps. Second row: Carol Anderson, Barbara McCarty, Margene McCarrey, Diane Samuels, Shirley Widman, Francella Blade, Pat Hirth. Back row: Caro1ynWiley,Ve1da Lamson, Carolyn Wilson, Barbara Allen, Dorene Koenig, Carol Oslund, Gloria Althouse, Bernadine Kussman. ROLL CHECKERS-Front row: Dorothy Jones, Valeria Jones, Marilyn Ziglar, Carol Halverson, Beverly Blayden, Georgia Anderson. Second row: Sally Ann McDermott, Carole Vohs, Kay Worthington, Barbara Goodman, Marlene Patjens. Back row: Darlene Blandy, Lavona Graham, Joyce Kolb, Dorene Koenig, Judy Lathrop, Marilyn Carlson. Gym Ojice Workers , , , Maintaining organization in the girls' gym department is the duty of gym workers. In addition to serving as towel monitors they keep individual rec- ords of all girls taking gym and check the attendance. Roll Checkers , , , Missing Persons' Bureau at work? No, just the study hall roll checkers. lt is their duty to account for the presence or absence of all students in study hall. They gain practical experience in business administration. one hundred five .V .V-V J . , 'Ri V ri - in 1 - pg. , STAGE CREW- Front: Mr. Broadwell, adviser: Glen White, George Pederson, Jerry Gross. Back: Jim Meyers, Jack Fannan, Duane Hobbs. LOCKER MONITORS-Front: Janet Cameron, Shirley Gibford, Kay Campbell, Mary Alice Berry, Barbra Keats. Back: Wilma Reid, Rosalyn Gwynne, Patty Alberts, Dolores Hughes, Carolyn Hutchins, Joyce Szymczak. Stage Crew , , , Stage crew members have to be jacks-of-all-trades. These boys must know art, electricity, carpentry and most im- portant, theatrical terminology as well as the intricacies of the equipment involved. one hundred six Locker MOIlit07'S , , , The locker monitors are 'isis- ters" oi the hall guards. They are on duty during all periods of the day. Their all- important task is to protect the property in the girls' locker room. CAFETERIA STAFF-Mrs. Alice Gillespie, Mrs. Sybil Pick, Mrs. Mary Di Luzio, Mrs. Doris A. Crow, Mrs. Elsie Berry. CUSTODIANS-Front: Floyd Lucal, Arthur Baker, Lucia Pontieri,Wi11iam Rummer, Lawrence Nutting. Back: Fred Ullrich, Charles Wickham, George Treudson, Roscoe Jordan. Ccgfeteria Staff , , , As that "delightful" bell rings, all scramble to the Cafeteria for a delicious repast prepared by the cafeteria staff. This crew of five includes the pastry cook, the salad maker, the sandwich maker, head cook and the manager. Custodians , , , The custodians go in for house cleaning in a big way! During vacations they scrub and wax floors and clean Woodf work. As daily chores they sweep and dust all the floors. Care of the lawns and walks is included in their work. one hundred seven ART CLUB-Front: Sally Sawyer, Alice Maddux, Pat Breeden, Bob Refvem, Joyce Tye, Bob Moylan, Joanne Garske, Donna Moe. Back row: Joanne Freeman, Donna Barney, Pat Theibes, Carlyn Theige, Betty Wiggins, Kenneth C. Mhyre, adviser. RIFLE CLUB-Front row: Bob Jackson, Bob Bryce, Ward Eason, Jim Walker. Second row: Le Roy Sells, Alvin Graham, Neil Her- bison, Sam Moore. Back row: Tom St. John, Dave Carroll, Gary Peterson, Don Berella, John Christensen, adviser. Art Club Kyle Club , , , Prospective art club members , , , "B:1ng,bang,bul1's eye!" Most are admitted on the basis of the superiority rifle club members are "sure shots" and of their work. Eack year the club spon- most are members of the National Rifle sors a "Painting of the Year" contest which Association. Each member owns his rifle is open to any student. and must pass a training course. one hundred eight COMMERCIAL CLUB-Front row: Gail Jackson, Jean Noel, Nancy Haskins, Gloria Minclli. Second row: Mary Ann Malmquist, Ginger Coomes, Sylvia Hannah, Marlene Bartlett, Virginia Coberly, Carol Jean Smith, Jackie Salvage. Third row: Miss Ruth Winkley, adviser: Sue Lehfeldt, Carol Russell, Helen Reeser, Betty Noel, Priscilla Turk, Marian Seidel, Gay Stephenson. Back row: Marian Crisp, Karin Cederwall, Joannie Maurer, Jerry Valiquette, Joyce Bulloch, Frances McCutcheon, Jeannete White. F. H. A. -Front row: Ann Templeton, Christy Bosten, Dolores Mackey, Janice Frounfelter, Sally McDermott, Nadine Creek, Dawn Springer, Joanne Ring, Lenora Jackson. Second row: Helen Danquist, Karen Yancy, Pat Schneider, Sandra Selivanoff, Pat Jones, Joan Shepard, Dorothy Jones, Barbara Randall, Marilyn Davis. Third row: Valeta Leppell, Patsy Koski, Donna Ketchem, Eileen Johnson, Sally Ellis, Jo Ann LaFace, Betty Graham, Patty Hanson, Roberta Smith, Rosa Lee Cockrell. Back row: Linda Keeling, Grace Bostrum, Miss Christine Neuman, adviserg Elise Scott, Arlys Schaeffer, Lois Malikowski, Carolyn Hansen, Beverly Ankerson, Janice Walden. Commercial Club , , , i'How to sit on the boss' lap" is not the object of the highly active com- mercial club. All members are commercial majors. Prospective members must pass a commercial test. Each week the club spon- sors typing tests. F. H. A. f , , Future Homcmakers oii America is a national organization cle- signed to prepare girls for future responsi- bilities. Members brought clothing, quilt pieces, and material to their Christmas party for girls at Booth Memorial hospital. one hundred nine SPANISH CLUB-Fr-cnt row: Agnes Larsen, Margcne Lang, Blanche Harvey, Joanne Garske, Mrs. Oppen, adviser: Joanne Cogley, Elva Beeman, Joanne Ring. Second rcw: Grace Horning, Idealla Brown, Carol Nntting, Chiquita Robertson, Danna Leuthy, Joan Crandall, Louise James, Lois Oxreider, Sharon Levick, Mark Babush. Third row: Judy Cooper, Barbara Dowler, Mareia Griffin, Barbara Allen, Shirley Dubray, Pat Morton, Helen Tollefson, Jane Anderson, Spike Fitch, Alvin Graham. Fourth row: Buddy Wat- son, Darlene Hickey, Barbara White, Bonnie Patrick, Ann Hcdger, Mary Keene, Darlene Lowery, Ardenia McClure, Charlotte Lansing. Back row: Carol Griggs, Pat Sehraeder, Richard Minkler, William Green, Robert Steffer, Alan Torgerson, Bob LaLonde, Stan Rizzuti, John Bemis, Letty Boutwell. MATH CLUB-Front row: Jackie Prall, Pat Morton, Mary Lunneborg, Margene Lang, Helen Tollefson, Jane LaBarge, Diane Hansen. Second row: Margie Hartman, Delores Hughes, Shirley Nevin, Donna Phelps, Janet Jones, Carolyn Wilson, Delores Alberg, Joan Roach. Third row: Karen Krnithof, Tom Harris, Marvin Lanphere, Letty Boutwell, Willomae Saiter, Beverly Blayden, Gary Han- neman, Dawn Springer. Back row: Bert Byrne, Les Samels, Bill Green, Robert O'Connor, David Henry, Don Kachinsky, Ron Seedorf. S punish Club , , , "Si, si, senor!" The only requi- site for entrance into the Spanish club is being zt Spanish student. For social gath- erings, club nienibers prepare the exotic: foods of Mexico and Spain lor their relreslnnents. one himdred ten Mfltlt Club , , y A sharp and keen niind is El must for Math club members. During club meetings, nienibers amuse themselves by trying to "stump" each other with diflfiettlt. problems. Each year the club sponsors a math contest open to all stuclents. C-1 QUILL AND SCROLL- Front row: Art Sharpe, Jean Noel, Lou Ann Habel, Imogene Knight, Leslie Tiffany, Robin Rymond. Second row: Carol Levick, Grace Horning, Pat Morton, Helen Tollefson, Gloria Green, Diana Wilson, Blanche Harvey, Dick Gustafson. Back row: Dick Burson, Mary Keene, Danna Leuthy, Joanne Cogley, Mel Davis, Alvin Greening. AMORES LIBRORUM-Front row: Lowell Yeager, Carol Levick, Grace Horning, Harlene Weatherwax, June Evans, Marvin Lan- nhere. Second row: Lois Oxrieder, Carol Jean Smith, Donna Phelps, Pat Morton, Claudia Sorenson. Third row: Jean Noel, Mary Coykcndall, Willomae Saiter, Ann Hedger, Robin Rymond, Richard Minkler, Marlene Goodfellow. Back row: Bill Green, Gordon Farley, David Carroll, Dick Greenwood, Joe Tewinkel, Melvin Davis, Alvin Greening. Quill cmd Scroll , f 1 ln a formal ceretnony, new tnenibers ol. Quill and Scroll, an interna- tional honorary society for high school journalists, receive their coveted pins. Stu- dents are rectonnnended on the basis of outstanding journalistic work. Amores Librorufm , , , To become a ineni ber ol Aniores Libroruni Qlovers of booksj a stu- dent nntst be on the honor roll. Club ad- viser is its organizer, Miss Bacon. Each year the club sponsors a book week con- vocation. one hundred eleven THREE C's-Front row: Mrs, Eacker, adviser: John Rodkey, adviser: Paul Collord, Joe Tewinkel, Alan Torgerson, Mary Ann Malm- quist. Second row: Marlene Patjens, Betty Hawes, Roberta Smith, Louise James, Carol Hendrickson, Ronald Matson, Jo Ann Alberts, Franklin Phillips. Third row: Joanne Grable, Florence Marisch, Bonnie Stutzvnan, Jean Wayland, Louella Cummings, Irene Bishop, Norman Hahn, Bonnie Van Daren, Richard Minkler. Fourth row: Ida Blair, Lucille Bray, Minnie Forester, Mary Coykendall, Rae Ann Symmonds, Arlene Ferrier, Beverly Cline, Sharon Sleeth, Elva Beeman, Richard Green. Back row: David Womack, Miles Dresser, Joan Fenton, Margaret Karn, Jo Ann Harbor, Claudia Sorenson,Jeanette Hamlin, Carolyn Hansen, Tom Hansen, Bob Steffer. LATIN CLUB-Front row: Lynn Fackenthall, Ellen Kawaguchi, Carol Levick, Mary Jo Payne, Mary Lou Payne. Second row: Jim Lyons, Jack Jarpe, Harlene Weatherwax, Murlane Davis, Ronald Mattson. Third row: Margaret Swam, William Guskc, Ted Hollo- way, Paul Audel. Back row: Don Stoebner, Ron McFarland, Jack Morgan, Charles Berquist, Melvin Davis. Three C's Latin Club , , , 'llhe national Y 0 u t h fo r f , 1 Most Latin students become Christ" movement instigated the formula- members of the "Senatus Populus que Ro- tion of the North Central Three C's club. lll2il'lllSH or Latin club. This year the club Membership is unlimited and all students had the privilege of being the first club to are invited whose aims are clean living, register as a school club under new A. S. B. clean character and clean speech. regulations. one hundred twelve ' if was fggfk. VOX PUELLARUM-Front row: Peggy Kooken, Marjorie Hartman, Betty Werhan, Karin Cederwall, Virginia Long, Joanne Garskc, Carol Halverson. Second row: Lynn Fackenthall, Grace Horning, Suzi Ellis, Miss Cleveland, adviser, Gloria Green, Virginia Trefry. Mrs. McLaughlin, adviser: Jean Noel, Cecil Gohrman. Third row: Pat Breeden, Marian Seidel, Jane Anderson, Priscilla Turk, Lois Oxrieder, Joyce Tye, Coralyn Wilson. Back row: Helen Reser, Carol Russell, Betty Noel, Kay Whitaker, Sylvia Hannah, Kay Andre, Donna Moore, Anna Mae Rosholt, Barbara Brennan, Sally Sawyer, Sue Lehfeldt. WARRIORS-Front row: Skip Pixley, Bob Newland, Don Flemming, Jack Fruit, Rolland Robbins. Second row: Don Shaw, Bill Hoagland, Mike Frazer, Bob Skinner, Bob Wirsch, Jim Buckley, Louis Starner, Tom Joy, Bill Zink, Frank Wells. Third row: Dave Ensberg, Al Jones, Alan Torgerson, Neil McKeever, Warde Sligh, Glen Mienke, Dale Kreager, Roger Mogill, Bill Kiper, Jerry Bauer, Back row: Dick Stacy, Keith Darling, Red Petterson, Bob Jobb. Rod Walker, Darrell Kuclpman, Jim Teit. Don Weaver, Phil Sarboe, adviser. Vox Puellarum , , , Vox Pucllaruni Qvoiee ol' the girlsj gives an award to the graduating girl who has accomplished the most under the greatest handicaps. Each semester, this club sponsors a con to introduce fall and spring sports princess candidates. Warriors f 1 f "Cllr-l Real HC-lllCll." All boys who have earned letters in varsity sports are eligible for membership in Wa1'rio1's. 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' rw, - ' sv, ! a 44 a'!.'gc I 5-eff , 1A'f if QL Q lan" f ,CQ Q C M., u Af TEPEE LIGHTERS-Seated: Beverly Beidleman, Mary Ensberg. Front row: Bonnie Van Doren, Amy Salvage, Barbara Jean Hawes, Dorothy Pierce, Shirley Rowe, Dixie Lee Miles, Mary Ellen DeGroat. Second row: Faye Ford, Mary Alice Berry, Jeanne Frieske, Don Lucas, Glen Babbitt, Ron Saffle, Helen Hubbell, George Hieber, Lavonne Snider, Ollie Hart. Back row: Paul Collord, Joe Tewinkel. CHOIR-Front row: Mary Alice Berry, Dixie Lee Miles, Yvonne Blackstone, Betty Werhan, Swannie Wood, Darlene Shecan, Donna Moore, Helen Hubbell, Maureen Cluff, Carolyn Young, Jane Anderson, Arlene Gilbert, Barbara Countryman, Mildred Bettis, Beverly Cline. Second row: Nancy Springer, Margie Werhan, Barbra Keats, Jeanne Frieske, Anna Mae Rosholt, Bety Noel, Lorene Bentley, Coralyn Wilson, Lavonne Snider, Letty Boutwell, Greta Johnson, Geraldine Raymas, Marjorie Hamilton, Marlene Kill- ham, Beverly Beidleman, Ollie Hart, Betty Wiggins, Joanne Bruck. Third row: Don Lucas, Marvin Payne, Miles Dresser, Art Sharpe. Ron Saffle, Alan Springer, Don Tuttle, George Hieber, Al Jones. Stanley Rizzuti, Glen Babbitt, Don Kachinsky, Marvin Lanphere, Gary Hanneman. Back row: Arden Evenson, Larry Collins, Bob Moylan. Ron Hagadon, Larry Otto, Joe Tewinkel, Paul Collord. Gerald Connelly, Joe Jantsch, Don Powellson, Charles Clossin. one hundred sixteen Tepee Lzghters, , , , "lt's music, n1usic everywhere!" Composed ol' HHS members, North Central has one ol' the finest musical de- partments in Spokane. The choir, orches- tra, and tepee lighters provide excellent outlets lor talented students. Under the direction of W. Stanley Taft, assisted by Gerald Hartley, the choir and orchestra presented the 39th annual operetta, "A Nautical Knot." They also appeared on one ol' the Spokane Town meeting programs. Providing music for Commencement. Baccalaureate, and operettas comprises the Choir, Orchestra principal activity ol' the orchestra Sixty-three talented singers make up the choral group, which has completed a crowded schedule participating not only in the operetta, but also in the Baccalaure- ate service, in broadcasts from the Daven-- port hotel and the music festival. Tepee lighters, a comparatively new choral body, are select members ol. the choir. They have presented concerts lrom the lobby ol' the Davenport hotel and have appeared with the choir on numerous occasions. Many awards have been won by choir members. ORCHESTRA-Front row: Barbara Caudill, Carolyn Carosella, Donna Rummer, Joan Roach, Merna Tobin, Janice Walden. Second row: Glenna Duncan, Dennis Wilkerson, Don Nyberg, William Green, Darlene I-nwery, Richard Green, David Simonson, Richard Minkler, Bonnie Clark. Back row: Charles Gilstrap, Bob Noel, John Mead, Bob Steffer, David Keene, Earl Smith, Dick Schmidt. one hundred seventeen Top left: 0111 Bill Salt Qlfon IIllgIlIl07N'D, a "Munchausen" of the waves, tells of his seafaring a1l'oentures. Top center: Nance Q.lean,ne I"rieskej and Joe Cllon SaffleQ chirp out a love duet as they arrange plans for their 'werlrling Top right: The haughty prille of Julia Qzlrlene Gilbertj is hu mblell by her love for the artist, Barabas Lee QJoe Tewinhel j . Left center: Delia, Daisy and Dora QSwann'ie Wood, Nlargie Werhan and Roberta Wisej chant out their woes after being deserted by the sailors for Julia. Left bottom: Ulhen a ship lands at Barnstapoole, all hanrls charge to town looking for anything in skirts. "" autical I notg' , , , The British seacoast town of llzlrnstapoole in the late 1880's provided the scene for North Central's thirty-ninth operettzl, "A Nautical Knot," which was presented in December under the clirec- tion of Miss Pinkhani, Mr. Drunihellcr unzl Mr. Taft. Two love affairs comprise the plot: That of beautiful, flirtatious but lofty julia with a penniless itinerant artist, it W,,m qw. -'W x .. 6 9 2 .. 5-7 G - V. Barnabas Leeg and that of zr seaniun, Joe Stout, with his sweetheart, Nance. Coniccly is cvincetl in the person of Bill Salt, ll bearded, red-nosecl, olcl sea clog with exag- gerated tales of his aclventurcs. Most of thc color :incl gzricty of thc musical was clue to thc choir or chorus in their presentation of songs and clzinccs as they represented thc townsfolk ancl thc sailors. 5 5 "Finaff"'A- and Ihrjlf li1'1'rl lzappily f"m'r after. one lutnclwcl nineteen 09. N 11011 11'ft: "Pull 111 .IjU1l7' .s'11111111c11, 1lIr. 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The staging was of the arena type wherein small audiences, which are seated in an "arena" around the stage, are no more than six feet from the performers. The plot concerns a family living in a Bohemian-type atmosphere, oblivious of the troubles of the world and caring only for their own enjoyment. In the play all who come in contact with the family suc- cumb to their rare type of existence and never again leave the household. t THE SYCAMORE FAMILY AND THEIR FRIENDS-Front row: Mr. Kirby fDick Greenwoodj, Mrs. Kirby tMur1ane Davisl, Paul tBob Stockmanl, Grandpa tDick Gustafsonl, Penny fMarilyn Ellish, Alice tJoyce Stempell, Tony IDudley Woodburyj. Second row: Donald tPau1 Audelb, Rheba lMarilyn Sebringl, Mr. Kolenkhov tRon McFar1andJ, Olga lNaomi Settleb, Mr. De Pinna IRon- nie Scalerab. Back row: Frankie Phillips, Mack fBill Guskej, Mr. Henderson lMarvin Lanpherej, G-Man fDonovan Reedy, Gay tShirley DubrayJ, Ed lBob Moylanj, Essie iKarin Cederwallj. one hundred twenty-one .flngrfls keep as children sleep - ' W'itchcraft FAMILY PORTRAIT-Father, Bob Moylang Hansel, Ronnie Scalera: Mother, Audreyann Lightle: Gretel, Vanna Flynn. one hundred twenty-two Hansel and Gretel , , , Recipe No. l: lake one green- complexioned old witchg throw in a sand- man and a dew lairyg mix with a chorus ol' white-garbed angels and stir well in a gin- g-rbread house. Result: An honest-to- goodncss, old-fashioned fairy tale. Recipe No. 2: Take a libretto from a famous opera and mix well with the ingen- ious mind of Bob Drumheller. Combine both recipes. Result: Superb, interesting and lively drama. Such were the factors which contribu- ted to the unparalleled success ol' "Hansel and Gretelf' presented by the drama de- partment for the Childrens Little Theater during NI arch. "Hansel and Greteln marked a stand- ard difficult to equal in high school drama. lt was characterized by two sets of actors: One set on stage acting in pantomime and the other in the orchestra pit in speaking roles. Melod Capers , , , Melody Capers, a glamorized vaudeville, was presented by the music de- partment in April at a student matinee and evening performance. Under the direction of W. Stanley Taft and Gerald Hartley, this second bien- nial spring production was received with the same enthusiasm that greeted the first Melody Capers two years ago. The program included dances to mod- ern and semiclassical melodies, a woodwind quartet, and special modern vocal nun1- bers. Performing in exotic costumes, made and designed in the period 6 costume-mak- ing class, were members of Tepee Lighters, the choir, and the orchestra, plus various instrumental and vocal soloists. Miss Barbara Brown, a cadet from VVSC, was guest soloist for the Capers. TOP LEFT-"Viennese Waltz." 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Varsity ootball Managers: George Taylorson, Arden Evenson, Jerry Bauer lheacll. , , , Finishing in second place for For the last six years, no North Cen- the first time since 1944, Coach Phil Sar- tral teani has been able to approach this boe's North Central gridders proved them- YCHIJS record of the Indians. selves Lo be a niateh for any other team in North Centra1's final season record the City League. was three wins, two losses, and two ties, iv - I , 1 A ,- Coaches: Jerry S+annard, Bill Dieclrick, Phil Sarboe lhead coachl. one hundred thirty-four I with one of those wins coming in a post-season game with the Mon- tana powerhouse from Kalispell. The new Spokane Memorial Stadium was the scene of the l950 high school grid battles. The crowds who watched the games, could see every play from the Stadiums high seats. This in contrast to the poor facilities afforded last year by the high school stands. The Indians opened the season with the dedication of the new Stadium-in the Merry-Go-Round game. Don Brown scored the first touchdown in the history of the new Stadium, the point was good, and the Indians went out in front of Gonzaga 7-0. The Bull- pups, however, came back to knot the contest, and win on yardage in the first period. In the third pzriod, Rogers proved too much for the Tribe as they pushed over one TD to win 6-0. The first league game proved to theicity that the Indians were tough, as they tied the heavily favored Pirates 7-7. Brown and Dar- ling did much of the ball carrying, and Duchow began his impressive PAT record in this first contest. The first N. C. win came in the Gonzaga game, 21-13. The Indians scored three times before the startled Zags could hit pay dirt. The Brave linemen, Rollie Robbins, Art Sharpe, and Skip Pixley looked outstanding in the win. Right, top to bottom: Hoagland, Nolan, Sharpe, Duchcw Pixley, Lemzztcr. "Skull Session" one hundred thirty-five EESRTQQ' 2SEr.Y'.l,'l'5' ESEIQZFZT tEh1Zi'5LZZ2 'ES3iii3,grZZYS55.'Q.RS2'SL?Sb25S'3l5 C0-Captain: DuCh0W, Eacker award: Sharpe, C0-Captain. just as North Central proved unpredictable in the role of an underdog, they were just as unpredictable as favorites. The Indians were stunned as the lowly L. C. Tigers upset them to the tune of I6-0. The champions from Rogers high scored in each of the last three quarters as they downed North Central 20-0. The Bucs proved too classy as they passed the Indians into submission in the second meeting of the two clubs. The 1950 Shrine game, which followed the Rogers tussle, was the high light ol' the season as far as attendance was concerned. A capacity crowd ol? more than 20,000 was on hand to watch the Indians tie favored Gonzaga 0-6. A pass from Darling to Brown was responsi- ble for the lone TD. Revenge is sweet, and the Braves found that out as they knocked L. C. into the cellar with a 12-0 win. Guard Dick Nyberg recovered Bottom left to bottom right: Wirsch, Zink, Petterson, Darling, Robbins, Bostrum, Jobb, Kiper, Christiansen, Langdon, Stacy, Widmer, K1-eager. one hundred thirty-six i '. l "Hey.' Whose legs are mine."' a fumble on the Tiger four to set up the first score, and then Brown and Darling teamed up on a two-way pass play which was also good for six. The latter play was termed "play of the year" by local sports- writers. Another upset followed as North Central defeated Kalispell, powerful Montana team, 13-7, in a postseason scrap. As the season ended, the indefatigable Braves boasted a host of award recipients. All-State teamers were Sharpe and Robbins. Pix- ley, Sharpe and Robbins made All-City. Other honors bestowed were: The Archie Buckley inspirational award, Rollie Robbins, the Ecker award, Virg Duchowg lineman oi' the year, Rollie Robbins, best tackling award, Don Brown, best blocking award, Skip Pixley. The entire student body was very pleased with the outcome ol the '50 seasong and as many of the squad members are juniors, the prospects look bright for the future. Bottom, left to right: Tuft, Ensberg, Inman, Miester, Mogill, Benson, Brown, Meinke, Berry, Hardin, Nyberg, Straub, Evenoff, one hundred thirty-seven Coaches Ball Whitaker, Al Manfred - ootball , 1 , Coach Bill VVhitaker's I3 sqttzid grid- ers finished the 1950 season with seven league wins and no losses to capture the league crown. A postseason benefit game with the Chewelzth varsity and a hardjfought battle with the North Central varsity were the only contests the Red and Black Bees dropped. Many boys will definitely he varsity nia- terial next full. Norm Berry fwho plays either backfield or linej, Hugh Shawgo and lVee Willie Benson, 220-pound lineman, were stztnd- ottts for the tribe this season. . l 'snap-,pf 'f gltiiauquun-nnuumnwhr P-Hd-Q-wanna Front row Dick Disney Glen Knight Don Faraca, Larry Katsel, John Hilpert, Jerry Green, Hugh Shawgo, Morrie Miles, Dennis King Ike Hempthorn Dick Fosness Elbert Benson, Larry McCarrey. Second row: Jerry Mason, Jack Vill, Gale Graham, Art Kawa guchi Willie Roberts Bill Pixley Colwell Gaines, Floyd Perkins, Bob Sleizer, Tom Ledbetter, Walter Green. Back row: Bob Lenin ger Don Lanone Dave Dlxon Bob Brotherton, Dick Stark, George Hieber, Phil Lefler, Jim Nevin, Don Holmberg. Fresh ootball f , 1 "ll the boys stick Lo it and really want. to play lootbzill, lilll sure that any one ol' them can make varsity in their junior year," connnentecl Coach Don Bonamy on his 1950 lrosh lootbztll team. The Ireshtnan Leann this year eatne through with at record ol' three wins and one loss, Lying the Lewis and Clark greenies for the chain- pionship. Coach Bonatny returned Lo the coaching scene this year after a year layoff. The lrosh Leznn, this year, made up in spirit, ztggressiyeness :incl hustle what they lueketl in size. Backs Mike Riopelle, Ray Ericiksen and lien Milne clicl niost of the ball- Loting for the greenies. Coach Don Bonamy Front: Denny Monaghan. Second row: Ernest Look, Gary Franklin, Ed Watt, Ray Erickson, Bob Waite. Ben Milne, Norm Veach, Mike Riopelle, Barry Baun, Ronald Mulligan, Jim Peters. Third Row: Gary Hendricks, Bill Thompson, Bob Reichert, Don Haines, arry Fisher, Frank Lyons, Oscar Johnson, Larry Simpson, Ole Watt. Fourth row: Ray Jones, Tom Stevenson, Gary Brooks, Alan Coffey, Russell Clark, Johnny Merrick, Bobby Stevey, Teddy Gies, Jim Lyons, Jerome La Roch, Ray Swam. Back: Jimmy Mead. one hundred thirty-nine yggfw rx' H if-'R f k Mm 1, ,W- Wm7L5u-N 5 WA 4 r I W F A . mmm, f one hundred forty ,... 'E .lorry Sfannzzrrl, Varsiiy Ha.vkf'Hm1l l'uarfh 111111 Ifrucr' Ifolufrfxrm, LVVIIIIIIIQVT. Basketball VARSITY TEAM-Front row: Jack Webb, Bill Hoagland, Gene Bursch, Joe Tewinkel, Jim Webbert, g2'2fZ11Ri232iSl22h,n2f1'225flQi1551537dalglf' 1cliffRi2iiZQe1fff12ZiS1l'iffi0gaalgififaliaimglgifPggbbiiiifgglflgl Gary Hetherington, Rod Walker, Dick Bostrum, Jerry Stannard, head coach. , f , Undefeated city champions for the second year in a row, number four team in the State tournament, and victors over Ballard high school, the Seattle city champs-this is the proud record of the 1951 varsity basketball team. Coach Jerry Stannard, paying no heed to previous records or newspaper predictions, led his aggressive Indian ball club to the championship in his first year at North Central. With only two lettermen on hand from last year's championship team, and with a complete change in offensive style, from slow break to fast break, the team began practice in the middle of November, preparing for the tough season ahead. Lewis and Clark, with several returning lettermen, was the team TOP TO BOTTOM-Bostrom, Bursch, Cozzetto, Flemming, Hetherington, Hoagland, Kreager. v"""'A i till one hund'red gforly-one ur iitfUl?'lf f' 'E 'Q' ' iiiiillg.: A fr f. f- iii. ' ... E In ggi? .i x AV f .- 3 f ' '. fi aii vli ,W N,.. I , K A 5 -, g p A, . aa i R I ra one hundred forty-two Somebody dropped ihff ba,-ll to beat, and the whole town was talking about the coming LC state champions. The Tigers breezed through their preseason schedule without a setback. On the other hand, the Indians, with many squad members suffering illnesses, had a mediocre preseason record, barely breaking even with six wins and five losses. Refusing to believe the press notices, the Red and Black were able to trip the Bengals twice in the season by hard play and sharp de- fensive basketball. ln the first game, the Tigers, without the services of their first-string center, lost 34-28. North Central proved that the first win was no fluke, however, by downing LC, 33-31 in the second encounter. Gonzaga proved the easiest team for the Indians to beat. The Pups fell victim to the Tribe 39-29 and 5l-35, and Coach Stannard used subs freely in both contests. The Braves played outstanding ball against the bigger Rogers Pirates as they downed the crew from Hill- yard, 46-35, and 56-51. West Valley threw a real scare into the high-riding NC five in TOP T0 BOTTOM-Kuelpman, Mason, McKay, Meinke, Meister, Pelleberg. Hoop ballet the first meeting of the two clubs, and the Indians had to come from behind to win that one, 45-44. The second contest was easier, 57-50. North Central kept its perfect record intact as they finished in the top eight places in the State tournament. The first day, the In- dians drew Everett, and after a very slow start, downed the Seagulls by a score of 47-42. The second game ol' the tournament saw NC against Seattle Prep. After leading until the final live minutes oi' the game, the Tribe dropped a bitter seesaw battle, 36-34. Finishing strong, North Central won their last two games against Anacortes and Ballard. Anacortes fell to the tune of 5l-36 as the Indians coasted in. The final game was a great victory for the Braves as they topped the Seattle champs from Ballard, 39-32. Co-captains Darrell Kuelpman and Rod Walker led the team in scoring throughout the season. Walker was named to the second All- State team and Kuelpman to the third. Both were on the all-city first team. "Fireball" Don Flemming made second all-city. TOP TO BOTTOM-Stacy, Tewinkel, Vazanko, Walker, Webb, Webbert. M. J one hundred forty-three Ken Hagen, coach B Basketball 1 f , Coaehed by "Nip" Hagen, the li teani captured a first-place tie with the Lewis and Clark hoopsters. Led by fireball Dick Fos- ness, the Tribe finished with li wins and 2 losses. Larry Haunschild topped the Indian scorers. The boys improved as the season progressed and finished very strong, winning their last four games. Letter recipients were: jim Tinnell, Larry I-launsehild, Don Selland, VVayne Breeden, Dick Fosness, Louie Nelson, Don Faraca, Jay Jarpe, Arley. Olsen, Bob Taigen, Rod Me- Gillvary, Rex Hoesly, Jerry Baxter, Jini Quas- ehniek and Jack Fisher, manager. Front row, left to right: Jay Jappe, Don Faraca, Dick Fosness, Bob Taigen, Jim Tinnell, Larry Haunsehild. Second row: Jerry Cher tude, Jim Nordby, Wayne Breeden, Louie Nelson, Don Seland, Arley Olson, Gordie Bernett, Ken Hagen, coach. Back row: Jack Fisher, Rex Hoesley, Rod McGi1livray, Jim Quaschniek, Bob Olson, Doug Halin. one hundred forty-1 our Fresh Basketball , 1 , Coachecl by ex-N.C. hoop great, Bob Hoesly, the frosh battled to a thircl-place lie with Vllest Valley. Led by big Ray Erickson and diminutive Bob Reichert, the Papooses won 7 and lost 7. Receiving frosh numerals were: Bill Brown, Howard Bursh, Ray Ericksen, Larry Fisher, Bill johnson, Frank Malikowski, Ed Johnson, K. Norman, Glen Neher, Bob Reich- ert, Mike Riopelle, Larry Simpson, Dick Thompson, Dwayne Upp, Norman Veach, Jim Watson, Gary Cooprider and Ross Goetz, manager. Bob Hoesly, coach ' vs Front row: Frank Malikowski, Glenn Neher, Dwayne Upp, Harvey Eilertsen, Ross Goetz. Second row: Bill Cox Bill Hamilton Larry Fisher, Bill Van Camp, Gary Ferris, Bob Reichert. Back Row: Billy Brown, Ray Ericksen, Norman Veach, Dick Thompson one hundred forty fwe -'f""'vm..,,,QN i.....,,-M """w-... 'bmp one hundred forty-six V11r.vif'y l311s1'l111ll IVUIICIIIHV Hill Dimlrick Hllll .-ll lVI1111fr1'11 111111 Mll7IHgl'T-Y 1,11 r'1c'1m1l J 1111 II .vu II, and B011 Ig7'0TC'7l Baseball B Top left to bottom right: Bostrum, Bremer, Carlson, Christenson, Darling, Disney, Gross, Henthorn. Dusting off third , , , With an assist from Hold man weather," the North Central baseball team got off to a flying start by winning their first practice game from West Valley by a score of 9-5. lnaugurating the newly re- surfaced ball field here at North Central, the Braves tied West Valley in their second outing, 2-2. Led by four returning lettermen and a host of B-squad and frosh talent, the Tribe, under Al Manfred's coaching, hopes to improve its fourth-place standing of last year. Bill Hoagland has the inside track for the catching position with Dick Disney backing him up. In the pitching department North Cen- tral has two returning lettermen, Tom Joy and Dale 'ALefty" Kreager. Among the other pitching prospects are jerry Christenson and Bill Zink. Showing plenty of class around the initial sack, Bill Powell seems to have that position all sewed up. At second, the Indians can one hundred forty-seven boast the best in the city in speedy Glen Meinke, who led the Ameri- can Legion league in batting last summer. Dick Bremer and Jack Webb are staging a red-hot battle for At third, we find glue-fingered Dick Bostrum and Jerry Gross bat- ': .K L k A the starting call at shortstop with Bremmer on top at the moment. 5 etre .1 as Z t tling to get the starting nod. The outfield can boast speed along with plenty of hitting power as Dick Stacy, Keith Darling, and Art Sharpe are back to terrorize opposing pitchers. As the Tamarack goes to press, Dale Kreager looks like the ' ...L gl' yf'..?.,ff cream of the crop, as his pitching in practice games has been very V - effective in baffling the opposition. As far as hitting goes, Glen W Meinke, Dick Stacy, Art Sharpe, and Bill Powell seem to have the sharpest batting eyes. North Central plays a double round robin, meeting each school twice in league competition. S rg, 1 S , P, If F -lfs Stacy at the bat . ' 525' fl Y W s.tNY,fK ' -wr ffm K yi ' Top left to bottom right: Hoagland, Fosncss, Jobb, Joy, Kreager Meinke, Mogill, Olson. one hundred forty-eight f x... ., , - , to . Q a id, in W Q -", it I ' ,V fx! e My j' ,f"xL Top left to bottom right: Love, Sleizer, Orth, ' ' Powell, Sharpe, Stacy, Tuft, Webb, Zink. I A H' y Y! - 4 , , .. land ze t e 7 TlL6T!?,S no place like home At this early date it looks as though Art Waltliei' and his Lewis and Clark Tigers are the team to beat, as they have a number of re- turning lettermen from last year's championship team. Rogers Pi- rates could give the South Siders a run for their money, though. In the words of Coach Manfred, "This team could go a long Way if our hitters come through as expected and our fielding improves with practice. Our main weakness right now is in the inability to field in a smooth mannerg too many grounders go for hits. If this mistake is smoothed out, the other teams will be hearing from the North Cen- tral Indians." With the use of the home field this year, North Central will have from the students the much needed support which was lacking last year, when the Indians played all their games away from home. may f .bfi ,, "? ps . mimi one hundred forty-'nine B and Frosh Baseball B BASEBALL-Front row: Jim Mead, Manager: Don Osborne, Bob Pahkama, Norman Petheram, Lee Charest, Dick Ladecn, Den- nis King, Harry Perry, Hugh Shawgo, Jim Buckley, Orville Poole, Second row: Bill Lennard, Fritz Mehlert, Don Fonlds, John Cozzetto, Jim Baxter, Don Faraca, Gordon Brinnette, Bruce Grandstaff, Dewayne Howell, Don Rowley, Dick Fosness. Back row: Lloyd Brown, manager: Roger Mogil, Bob Sleizer, Ben Malikowski, Gene Webb. Frank Spray, Pat Sullivan, Darrell Hamp- ton, Charles Sawyer, Tom Lawrence, Dave Sanders, Bill Freeman, Jim Quaschinck, Jay Jarpe, Jack Vill, Jerry Larson, Ted Straub, Bill Whittaker, coach. FROSH BASEBALL-Front row: Jack Jarpe, manager: Dick Esmeu, Bob Waite, Tom Barnes, Harvey Eilertson, Frank Malikow- ski, Duane Upo, Bill Cox, Garry Baun. Second row: Dick Soss, Ross Goetz, Wes James, Ralph Aspais, Bob Reichert, Bob Wilkes, Gary Brooks, Alvin Graham, Carrol Avery, Ken Hagen, coach. Third row: Dick Thompson, Bill Johnson, K. Norman, Barry Baun, Eddie Arnold, Eddie Jackson, Bill Roney, Ed Hamlin, Gerry Mellinger, Ken Jordan, Gary Ferris. Back row: Bill Pederson, Duane Kenworth, Gene Bigger, Tom St. Johns, Ray Erickson, Ron Meyers, Lester Starkey, Larry Fisher, Ray Swam, Bill Hamilton. one hundred fifty Var it , , , "Brightest prospects in yearsf' YVith these words Coach Al Danielson sum- med up the l95l edition ol' the track squad. And with ten returning lettermen to form the nucleus of the team, it looks as though the Tribesmen are all set to go after the state championship, which narrowly eluded them last year. One of the high lights of this year's team is the fact that three oi' the four mem- bers ol' the state championship relay team return for another year of competition. Among the returning lettermen are the hurdle twins, Alan Torgerson and Don Shaw, both of whom were undefeated in city league competition last year. The team seems very strong in the Track dashes as Bill Langdon, Don Hamlin, and Bob Wirsch are also back again. ln the 880, we boast a city champ in Neil McKee- ver and a strong second place in Ev Bailey. Our long domination of the mile run will probably continue another season as Bob Newland is back to carry on in the foot- steps ol' the record-breaking miler, Jack Fruit. Jim Buckley and Skip Pixley are best in field events. "Pix" is a shot-putter and jim pole vaults. North Central meets each school once during the season, then ends up with the 'l'ri-district meet at Hart field and the state meet at Pullman. The Indians got off to a convincing start as they raced to a victory in the pre- season meet at Pullman. VARSITY TRACK-Front row: Everett Bailey, Ken Blackman, Phil Soike, Willis Benson, Jim Buckley, Alan Torgerson, Rex Hoesly, Don Faraca, Jim Lightfoot, Don Hamlin, Bill Langdon, Skip Pixley. Second row: Bill Pixley, manager, Neil McKeever, Al Jones, Frank VandenBos, Coewell Gaines, Larry Collins, Jim Summerlin, Bob Newland, Charles Perkins, Bob Wirsch, Bob Hoesly, assist- ant coach. Bach row: Al Danielson, head coach: Mike Frasier, Oas Fitch, Dud Woodbury, Jerry Sullivan, Norm Berry, Louie Nelson, Wes Hood, Howard McNew, assistant coach. one hundred fifty-one """"U"uu ii' 3, 1 X WK RN X Track activilies are many and varied. LB B and F ro h Track . Q 'Snr B SQUAD TRACK-Front row: Richard Green, Larry Katsel, Elion Mills, Ron Fechnor, Lynn Hawes, Mike Riopelle, Ken Abbey, Arley Olson, Mack McGetrick. Second row: Dick Scott, Frank Warrington, Ron Sanders, Claude Merrill, Gerald Connelly, Gary Hanneman. Back row: Don Hendrickson, Dwight Palmer, Stark, Bob Taigen, Bill Mackey, Ed Theiman, Darwin Lane. ..-4 J? sf , 14 6 FROSH TRACK-Front row: Mike Riopelle, Ray Erickson, Bob Waites, Ed Wiatt, Don Newland, Murray Jennings. Second row: Danny McKinnon, Bob Helms, K. Norman, Bill Crowe, Gary Cooprider, Denny Monoghan. Back row: Russ Clark, Bud Watson, Jim Vandervert, Terry Middaugh, Lloyd Harris. one hundred fifty-three Cross Countr , , , Running roughshod over all opposition, the champions from North Central successfully defended their cross- country title in l950. Three dual meets and the All-City meet were tucked under the belts of Coach Al Danielson's Braves. 'llhis marked the third straight city championship for the Indians and their fourth in five years. It was Coach Daniel- son's second year as mentor ol' the harriers. Red-headed Jack Fruit, who copped firsts in all four of the events this year, in the final meet established a new record AI Danielson' hack and cross-counhy coach. for the Comstock Park course, breaking his own record ol' last year. Bob Newland, .lack Fruit f'lII1ITI1CI'l1 by clzrwrirzg f!'l1Ill'l7I!1fl'-Y after 11 is TC'i717IiI1g flu' all-cily nzeef and flu' fllITO?IiCIf' trophy. one hundred fifty-four diminutive North Central number two man, racked up perfect twos across the board, finishing behind Fruit in each race. Both Newland and Fruit, being too small for football players, wanted to be champions in their own right and certainly proved that tall stature is not imperative for a champion athlete. Both boys trained very hard for the season, as did the entire team, and it paid off in the end. Others who were outstanding this year were: Al Jones, Neil McKeever, Bob Skinner, Harry Vazanko, Bob Holloway and Mike Fraser. Rogers and Gonzaga fell to the ln- dians without much opposition by scores of 15-ll7 and 15-511, respectively. North Central swept the Lewis and Clark and All- City meets by closer scores, but still by de- cisive margins. In the LC meet, NC beat the Tigers l9lQ-38921. The All-City meet score was NC 211, LC and Rogers 67. Gonzaga's only entry in the event failed to cross the linish line. Bengal harrier, George Couch- man gave the 'llribe a real race in both contests. Because of true team spirit and Fruit's brilliant running, the 1950 cross-country will be remembered as one of the greatest in the history of North Central and of the city. CROSS COUNTRY TEAM-Front row: Bob Skinner, Roger Morse, Bill Mackey, Mike Fraser, Neil McKeever, Jack Fruit, Don Flemming, Don Materne, Ken Daly. Second row: Bob Newland, Don Newland, K. Norman, Al Jones, Dud Woodbury, Frank Vanden Bos, Mack McGetrick, Robert O'Conner, Ron Sanders. Third row: Claude Merrill, Bob Holloway, Richard Green, Frank War- rington, Kenny Abbey, Larry Collins, Charles Perkins, Jim Wilbert. Fourth row: Paul Morford, Bob Harrington, Hal Hunt, Ever- ett Bailey, Jim Lightfoot, Ken Curry, Ted Haskell, Dick Bishop. Back row: Merle Clawson, Phil Soike, Bob Kroboth, Richard Schram, Jim Buckley. one hundred fifty-five Jim Tvfft and R011 l'lIH1Sl'HL test each other's stance and grip in preparation for a big match. Goh' , , f Losing only one letterman from last year's mythical state championship team, the golf squad seems ready to repeat again this year. Under a new coach, Don Bonamy, who assumes the reins from VValt Hawes, the tribe linksmen have a host of talent including Rod Funseth, Jim Tefft, Frank Wells, Don 'Wcaver, Bob Selland, .Dave Ross and new- comers Alan Shields, Ed Perdue, Wayne Liv- engood and Lewis Hutchins. The Indians play a double-round-robin schedule topped off with the Inland Empire Boys' high school tourney. ' GOLF TEAM-Front row: Bob Selland, Frank Wells, Don Weaver, Jim Tefft, Rod Funseth. Back: Lewis Hutchins, Wayne Liven good, Harold Parker, Dave Ross, Ed Perdue, Alan Shields. one hu-nclred fifty-six Tennis 1 , , lVith but two lettermen returning from last year's undefeated tennis team, pros- pects for the coming season seem quite dim. However, Coach Ernest Hix reports some out- standing material among the nonlettermcn. Lcd by Louis Starner and Maurice Miles, with Ronald Upp, George I-lieber, Tom Harris, Bob l.aLonde, -lim W'eeks, Charles McNeil, . Mickey McCuddin, Rod VValker and Bob Stock- man backing them up, the team will be in there to the finish. Among the sophomores, Tom ' Thompson and Harold Erickson show the most promise. SJIIIZSII " TENNIS TEAM-Front row: Mickey McCuddin, Louis Starner, Ernest L. Hix, coach: Maurice Miles, Charles McNeil, Ronald Upp. Second row: Walter Green, Bob LaLonde, Clinton David, Harold Erickson, Bob Stockman, Bill Mickus, Rod Walker, Jim Weeks, Tom Harris, Tom Thompson. one hundred fifty-seven one hundred fifty-eight Sports Warren J. Riopelle, Spor+s-For-All Direcfor 1 , , "A sport for every boy!" Carrying out this theme, the Sports-for-All department, directed by Warren Riopelle, enjoyed a successful year. Ping-pong and Q-Croquet, directed by Mr. Riopelle and Burrill D. Exley, started things Ollt with a bang. After two months ol' play, the championships were decided with George Hieber, Don Hampton, and Pat French taking first, second and third, re- spectively, in ping-pong, and John Cozzetto, john Tuft, and jack Meredith capturing the honors in Q-croquet. Next on the agenda came basketball which was set up a little differently from last year. The varsity basketball candidates were For All each assigned a team to captain. Out ol' the scramble among 12 teams, Paul Morigeau's live emerged the winner. On Paulls team were Bob Burkhart, john Gozzetto, Jack Vill, Frank Spray, Neil Mclieever, Gale Graham, Jack McKay, and Harry Green. Wrestling and swimming we re again popular with the boys. Although there were no championships decided in wrestling, the boys learned various techniques and holds from Coach Bob Bland. Turning out regu- larly for wrestling were Dick Nyberg, Willie Benson, Lynn Hawes, Russell Brookshire, Al Benson, Ron Fox, Barry Baun, and Gary Baun, Topped olfl' by a water festival, the swimming was as popular as ever. Goached by George Smith and John Rodkey, 18 boys enjoyed many different water games and races. Those who received 10 points for swimming were VVillie Benson, John Tuft, Frank Bos, ,Don Vuurman, Denny Mona- ghan, Bud Wlatson, Barry Baun, Jim Wil- liams, Oscar Johnson, Ronald Meyer, Mickey McGuddin, VVayne Livengood, YV ard Eason, Russell Brookshire, Gary Baun, Dave Wo- mack, Bill Growe, and Don Knack. The tumblers, directed by Howard Mc- New, p:rformed lor the March of Dimes talent convocation in February. Vfinning points for the intramural award were Dick Nyberg, Goewell Gaines, Bill Kiper, Russell Brookshire, Dan Rowley, and Sonny Thrush. one hundred fifty-nine Girls' Tennis , 1 , For the third straight time, the girls' tennis team, coached by Miss Elsa Pinkham, head of the girls' physical educa- tion department, won the city champion- ship. Mary Penna captained the team dur- ing its fall semester, and Virginia Penna was captain lor the spring semester. Last fall, the Penna sisters, Mary and Virginia, copped the girls' city doubles championship, and Carol Haas won the girls' city single champion title. Barbara DeFeyter, Anna Mae Rosholt and Pat Heinekin managed the team. Miss Elsa Pinkham, 'lennis coach. Front row: Carol Beaty, Mary Penna, Virginia Penna. Second row: Barbara DeFeyter, manager: Carol Oslund, Carolyn Crowe, Arlene Erickson, Cebe Rendle, Anna Mae Rosholt, manager. Third row: Beverly Olson, Marion Crow, Dorothy Penna, Joyce Tye, one hundred sixty Jeanette Hamblin. Back row: Gwen Upp, Shirley Ewy, Kay Ewy, Neysa Johnson. Girls, GUM , , , Downing its only city opponent, Lewis and Clark, with a score of 295 to Mg, the girls' golf team won the city title again this year. Miss Wfilhelmine Timm, biology teacher, coached the girls, who practiced at Downriver golf course each Tuesday and Thursday. Manager last fall was Donna Moe, and Louise Mfaugh was captain. B a 1' b a r a Goodman and jackie Salvage were the spring captain and manager. The girls competed among themselves and had to play 18 holes a Week. Front row: Jackie Salvage, Barbara Goodman Lora Lee McDougall Pat McVa5 Back row: Donna Eliot, Goldie Long Neysa Johnson Pattie Tucker Basketball 1 f , Directed by Miss Ruth Hether- ington, the basketball tournament was held from the latter part of October to the first of December. Mary Pennals Senior I team won the tournament with seven wins and no losses. The games were played Tuesdays and 'lhursdays after school with three games being played each afternoon. After the regular tournament an all-star game was played by two teams composed of the best players from each. Basketball managers: Virginia Penna, Dorene Koenig, June Berglund. Front row: Pat Brennan, Jeri Valiquette, Joanne Gruber, Joanne Freeman, Patty McHarg, Barbara McCarty, Shirley Nevin, Mary Penna, Marlene Bartlett, Barbara Allen, Margie Hartman, Joanne Garske, Diane Samuels, Sylvia Hannah. Second row: Carol Ab- bott, Bety Kindle, Dorothy Lobdell, Marilyn Hallin, Valeria Jones, Pat Schneider, Patty Schrader, Shirley Bass, Beverly Beidleman, Deanne Wolford, Fran McCutchin, Joyce Bulloch, Marian Seidel, Kay Andre, Dianna Pomeroy. Third row: Jan Hanson, Mary Philips, Phyllis Pilgrim, Marilyn Zuber, Adonna Bondahl, June Berglund, Dorene Koenig, Virginia Penna, Margene Lang, Carolee Sander- son, Ruby Draxton, Peggy Kooken, Norma Jean Brand, Betty Freeman, Pat Miller, Priscilla Turk, Amy McGuire, Sondra Kholi. Fourth row: Minnie Forester, Mary Coykendall, Maralynn Walker, Donna Moore, Anna Mae Rosholt, Beverly McLaurin, Jo Layne Miller, Helen Danquist, Janice Coleman, Diane Hansen, Leta Cooper, Carol Schrock, Elnora Stroller, Suzie Walters, Marlys Mc- George, Dolores Alberg, Joanne Cogley, Marilyn Ziglar, Dolores Mackey. Fifth row: Jo Ann LaFace, Claudia Bratton, Shirley Thompson, Natalie Johnson, Carol Jean Forbes, Arlene Morgan, Rose Fisher, Holly Bleck, Phyllis Luschei, Lois Kooistra, Dorothy Nolan, Inga Pederson, Dorothy Penna, Pat Koenig, Joyce Kippen, Ruth Jamison, Carolyn Young, Darlene Shehan, Maribeth Perdue. Back row: Dawn Springer, Louise Fisken, Cebe Rendle, Jane Klaus, Agnes Larson, Betty Franks, Eileen Johnson, Bette Rae Bump, Sally Ellis, Verna Brockmier, Darlene Cunningham, Esther Blank, Shirley Ewy, Beverly Olson, Kay Ewy, Jo Anne Fluman, Ar- villa Rockstad, Karen Anderson, Lora Hemphill, Sylvia Betts, Rae Nickell. one hundred sixty-two Volleyball , , 1 The "ScreWballs,,' the Junior ll team captained by Suzie Bresgal, came out on top in the volleyball tournament with seven wins and no defeats. Miss Ruth I-letherington and the managers, Carol Beaty and Pat Brennan, refereed the games which were played Tuesdays and Thursdays after school fol- lowing a two-week practice session. An all- star game followed the regular play. Three members, one from each team, played in the all-star game. VOLLEYBALL MANAGERS-Carol Beaty and Pat Brennan. Front row: Shirley Nevin, Barbara McCarty, Margaret Eske, Willomae Saiter, Lou Ann Habel, Helen Hubbell, Diane Samuels, Jo- anne Gruber, Sylvia Hannah, Pat Brennan, Carol Beaty, Dolores Mackey, Marilyn Sander, Shirley Paulson, Beverly Koon. Second row: Peggy Kooken, Suzie Bresgal, Fran McCutchen, Joyce Bulloch, Leta Cooper, Ruby Draxton, Joann Stickel, Barbara Ann White, Janet Halin, Phyllis Glen, Priscilla Turk, Joyce Stempel, Gay Stephenson, Joan Stempel, Mary Ann Coleman, Carol Halver- son. Third row: Jan Hanson, Edith Johnson, Velda Lamson, Marilyn Zuber, Patty Schrader, Shirley Bass, Janetta Gardner, Pat Koenig, Joann Fluman, Louise Fisken, Rena Toll, Ann Ludwick, Vivian Mullunix, Jeanette Hamblin, Janaine Hulbert, Minnie Fores- ter, Carol Henricksen, Elva Beeman. Fourth row: Arlene Erickson, Kay Keller, Darlene Sheehan, Elnora Stroller, Virginia Elmslie, Dianna Pomery, Louise Hilliard, Rae Nickell, Holly Bleek, Dolores Alberg, Betty Wiggins, Claudia Mudge. Fifth row: Phyllis Pil- grim, Elise Scott, Merna Tobin, Esther Blank, Marilyn Ziglar, Mary Coykendall, Joann LaFace, Bernadine Kussman, Gloria Alt- house, Inga Pederson, Dorothy Nolan, Suzie Walters, Marlys McGeorge, June Berglund, Donna Barney, Beverly Olson, Shirley Ewy, Key Ewy, Joanne Cogley, Margene Lang, Carolyn Young, Janet Linden, Joyce Kippen, Rose Fisher, Back row: Donna Hinkle, Bar- bara Jean White, Bonnie Patrick, Darlene Cunningham, Dorothy Cunningham, Helen Danquist, Verna Brockmier, Sally Ellis, Janice Coleman, Marilyn Hallin, Grace Bostrum, Maralynn Walker, Claudia Bratton, Dorothy Penna, Shirlee Dougherty, Jane Klaus, Lois Kooistra, Beverly McLaurin, Natalie Johnson, Karen Anderson, Lora Hemphill, Marlene Johns, Agnes Larson. one himdrecl sixty-three Badminton , , , Wlfalicli the birdie!"-shuttle cock to the more technical players, but either way it still adds up to badminton. Vxfith the doubles tournament being played first, badminton competition was held during March, being terminated with the singles tournament. The team of Joanne Gruber and Lou Ann Habel was victorious in the doubles battle, defeating Virginia Penna and Doro- thy Penna. Joanne Gruber won the singles crown after downing Lenor Sontag. Miss Pinkham, Miss Hetherington and Miss Van Tine, Washington State col- Ma11agrfr.v: Adonmz Bonrlahl and Donna I3Il1'7I1"ll lege Cadet teacher, Supervised the foul-na- lllClltS. GIRLS BADMINTON-Front row: Virginia Penna, Dorene Koenig, Barbara McCarty, Pat Brennan, Jan Hanson, Joanne Gruber, Lou Ann Habel, Beverly Blackwell, Joan Stempel. Second row: Margene Lang, Beverly Beidleman, Dorothy Nolan, Inga Pederson, Betty Noel, June Berglund, Dorothy Perma, Claudia Bratton, Shirley Ewy, Dolores Royster, Phyllis Phillips. Third row: Willomae Saiter, Beverly McLaurin, Natalie Johnson, Joanne Cogley, Pat Koenig, Bernadine Kussman, Gloria Althouse, Louise Fisken, Anne Ludwig, Ruby Draxton. Ginger Weller, Jeanette Hamblin. Back row: Lenor Sontag, Velda Lamson, Dianne Pomeroy, Margaret Eske, Joanne Baxter, Virginia Elmslie, Alice Maddux, Joanne LaFace, Jean Charbulak, Beverly Olson, Karen Abener, Rosalind Lindsley, Wilma Taylor. one hundred sixty-four Swimmin , , , Suzie lvalters, Lavonne Snider and Phyllis Glen were chairmen of girls' after-school swimming t h i s y e a r . The group had an enrollment of 58. Miss Elsa Pinkham directed the group. Beginning swimmers r e p o r t e d on Mondays and the advanced on Wednes- days. Activities included Red Cross swim- ming tests and races. During the spring, a life-saving class was conducted. Competition was held between the classes. As the 'lamarack goes to press, the sophomore girls are in the lead followed by the seniors, juniors and freshmen re- spectively. Doing it thi' hard rainy. ii . , Front row: Ruth Rule, Suzie Walters, Phyllis Glen, Lavorme Snider, Frances Graha Walden, Betty Wiggins, Edna Worthington, Esther Blank, Willimae Saiter, Sylvia H mier, Sally Ellis, Barbara White, Bonnie Patrick, Vivian Sleeth, Rosa Lee Cockrell, Barbara Randall, Deln m. Second row: Mary Ann Coleman, Donna Jean annah. Back row: Marilyn Davis, Verna Brock- Mulleni Sh x, aron ora Erickson. one hundred sixty-five Sally Vargas "'wi11fl.s up" oftball , 1 ,I "lake me out to the ball game." . . . And that meant every Tuesday and Thursday morning for our "Babe Ruthsn in the girls' gym department. VVith Miss Hetherington in charge and managers Edna VVorthington and Jean YVoll'f assisting, the softball games ended interclass competition for the year. ln May, Mr. Danielson and the track team helped officiate the annual girls' track meet. All girls were urged to par- ticipate in the events such as shot-put, broad jump, high jump, 50-yard dash, 75- yard dash, baseball throw and relay. Shirley Giffs slillfhs' hmm' as .rllicr MHl1lI1l.1' and IJ!'l07'f'S MfJ1111110life 'waiclz her form. on e hunclrccl sixty-six katin , f , "Skating is a11 art and sport COllllJiIlCtl,H says Miss Elsa Pinkha111, direc- tor of skating. Wfith botl1 boys and girls participating, a class was o I' l' e 1' e cl o ll lVecl11esclays and Fridays at tl1e lee Arena with Miss Tinnn, Miss Pinkhani and Miss Allison lending a helping hancl. Points were give11 for tests and at- tenclanee. The girls also received gym make-ups for tl1is activity ancl eoulcl sub- stitute it for one gy111 class a Week. Louise Waugh was skating n1a11ager during tl1e lfall semester and Carol Jean Smith i11 spring. Louise 1Vaugh IIIIII Nancy l'z'11cf:sk.l1 rfxhilzit blade finesse. Front: Carol Jean Smith, Nancy Pencosky. Lois Oxreider. 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