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

 - Class of 1956

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C. SORENSON, Assistant Superintendent of Schools SCHOOL BOARD members for 1955-1956 include, top: Dr. James A. Patton, president. Left to right: Keith H. Campbell, M rs Mary F. Wurth, James E. Winton and Dr. G. Burwell Mann. em 1 Principal Joseph M. Tewinlrel There is no other book quite like an .Xmerican high school or college yearbook. Every year it grows in value and interest. Ten, twenty, or fifty years from now you may pick up this TAMARACK and read it with heightened interest and curiosity. XVriting a "message" for it, then, to last for 50 years, is almost presumptuous. But your editors have given the assignment, and I'm glad to try. Here's the message: "Make your life count for something. Don't get discouraged." Life is a long pull. You've gone through some of its grandest, most carefree years. Now responsibilities will increase, and pleasures will he fewer. Like the old Greek mariners you will need to steer your life craft around twin rocks: CID lack of a life purpose and C25 discouragement. From an earlier American age comes the story of the devil's bargain sale. Short of motley and ever eager to spread evil throughout the world, the devil decided to sell some of the tools which increase iniquity and unhappiness. So he laid out such favorite tools as hate, fear, self-pity, deceit, ingratitude and disloyalty. Each was labeled with the devills price. .X prospective customer, examining the labels and prices, found one odd-shaped tool with no descriptive label but with a price far above the rest. So he asked what the tool was for and why the price was so high. The devil answered that this was the wedge of dis- couragement, his most effective tool. Once the wedge of discouragement enters a human mind, the victim begins to destroy himself. He resents life's pressures, monotony, and exacting responsibilities. He begins to feel that he is making little headway because he is working on "the same old stuff" day after day and year after year. He becomes irritable and scratchy, ready to fight hack at a real or fancied slight. He has lost his sense of direction. He has lost the sense of his own importance as an individual. Yet nothing is so important to our kind of country AS the individual. Do you remember that your history teacher taught you such historical facts as these? jefferson as elected President by one electoral vote. Hayes was elected President by one vote. This election contested, he was named by the electoral commission, again by one vote. just one vote gave statehood to lNashington, Ore- gon, Idaho, Texas and California. All the millions living in these states are Americans by just one vote. North Central properly has great confidence in its graduates. YOU matter to America. lle sure that you matter to you.self, with each thought, word and act, Don't settle for mediocrity. BE SOMEBODY. 9 VICE-PRINCIPAL. AND ADVISERS-Roberi J. Hoesly, vice-principalg Pairicia Damon, girls, adviser: Lowell C. Bradford, boys' adviser Thefitieacher builds for the future. Young minds OFFICE STAFF- Left to Right: Marjorie Stoner, school secretary: Jane Richter, cashier: Kay Eaton, clerk: Marjorie Jennings, attendance clerkg Helen Wayland, bookroom clerk I0 SCIENCE- Seated: Raymond Simonson, biology: Ernest Hix, department head: 'Wilhelmine Timm, biology: Donald Bonamy, ' biologv. Standing: Oi-val Theisen, physics: Paul Tobie, biology: George Smith, photography: Ivan Phillips, general'-science are his to shape, to enlighten and to inspire. MATHEMATICS -Seated: Edward Gill, geometry: Lowry M. Bennett, algebra: P. H. Nygaard, department head: Dorothy A. Congdon, geometry: R. A. Baldwin, algebra. Standing: Robert F. Barnard, algebra: William Nye, algebra: Burrill Exley, geometry ,9-kwifvlf ENGLISH-Seated: Margaret Nistacl, English: Ruth E, Coon, English: Christine L. McRae, department head: Dorothy S. Chan- dler, English. Standing: Dolores Pheasant, Englishg Robert Bland, Englishg Harold E. Skinner, English: Genevieve Oppen, English and dramatics A teacher guides the nation's destiny s surely kk? if '90 ENGLISH-Seated: Helen Hallom, Englishg Imogene Knight, Englishg Edna Lauer, English, Standing: John Malterner, Enligshz Thomas B, Anderson, English: Mary McKenna, publications adviser: Daniel C. Davis, English I2 N 4 31 ,I xv' ENGLISH, FOREIGN LANGUAGES-Seated: Helen Osearson, Latin: Frances Theis, Latin: Bertha Boehme, Language Department head: Helen L. Cleveland, English, Standing: Arthur B. Miller, debate: Margaret Rawlings, English: Mabel S. McLaughlin, English: Lorraine MCNQW, English: Joseph Dickinson, English s does any statesman, for the pupil of toda MUSIC, LIBRARY, ART-Seated: Elizabeth Hill, assistant librarian: Mary Otter, art: Lowell Bradford, band director: Marvin Manuel, art. Standing: Kenneth Mhyre, Art Department head: Madeline Carroll, library head: Stanley Taft, Music Department head I3 COMMER-CIAI.-Seated: Mary Bowker, shorthand, Alvin Danielson, typing, James O. Griggs, department headg Mary York, bookkeeping. Standing: Blair Glover, bookkeeping: Helen Stockdale, typingg Edward E. Feldhusen, typing: A. A. Manfred, typing ith the knowledge gathered through centuries SOCIAL STUDIES-Seated: Guy Griswold, world history, John Christenson, world history, Muriel Allison, U. S. history, William Whitaker, safe driving, Charles Randall, U. S. history. Standing: David Holmes, world history, Edward Luders, U. S. history: Charles Chandler, department head: John Rodkey, world history, Howard McNew, world geography: Del Jones, American gov- ernment I4 HOME ECONOMICS- Seated: Helen I. Beaver, clothing: Joanna J. Rteil. Child cleVelop'nent: Elizabeth Killingsworth. department head. Standing: Elaine Rice, simcial relations: Christine Neuman, clothing is the leader of tomorrow. He must imbue them INDUSTRIAL ARTS-Seated: Leonard Graham, elcctronicsg George Tha-odorscn, department headg Alvin Olson, auto shop. Standing: Vern Broudwell. woodshopg Kenneth Hagen. plastics: Dale Splllgiillll. metal :Img I5 PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND STUDY HALLS-Seated: Lorraine McNew, physical educationg Elsa Pinkham, Girls' Physical Education Department heady Gerald Stannard, Boys' Physical Education Department head: Gladys Dunphy, study hall. Standing: Eleanor Dixon, physical educationg David Holmes, fuotballg Edmund Schweitzer, study hall: William Diedrick, physical educationg Edwin Kretz, study hall and turn their eyes toward greater achievements Del Jones and Helen Oscarson sign out in the office after a day of hard work. I I 6 if Q " at fy' . ., 5 er f X 1 QQ: Q! S 6 Y. .A 'Z fi f CAFETERIA STAFF-Seated: Mrs. Agnes Fosken, Mrs. Alice Gillespie, director, Mrs. Lela De'Andrea. Standing: Mrs. Helen Myhres, Mrs. Vivian Rawley, Mrs. Dorothy York, Mrs. Viola Santora He affects eternit . 5 N Y V. CUSTODIANS-Seated: Harvey Shadduck, Lucy Pontieri, Bert Lane. Standing: Earl Snyder, Bob Gooler, Arthur Baker, head custodian, George Truedson I7 vghlikfff M53 'Nqnvw my wg, wma, yang :W -?M" 95" ff' 'WW -....,,,,,I x ,J 1 Z sk E fa E 5 5 I Senior FRANK VAWTER Presideni' Officers GEORGE NIKOTICH MERLEE CONRATH Vice-President Secretary FLOYD RUDNICK RALPH BURLOCK Treasurer Alternate Abluiz, Jonnie Leroy Sz'imzrc Radio Club: News Representative. Adams, Mary Frances Commcrcial Transferred from Chicago. League Honor Roll: Commercial Club, Fifth Executive: Y-Teen, President: Girls' Gleeg Homeroom Treasurer. Adams, Robert Tracy Science , Scholastic Honor Roll: Freshman, B Squad, Varsity Football: Freshman, B Squad, Varsity, All City, Tri-District, AAU Track Alberg, Donald Keith .S'mf11cv Concert Band: Special Band: Con Deputy. Allen, Charlotte Kathleen llome Iifwimnifs League Honor Roll, 2 times: Big Sis- ter: ASB Representative: Tamarack Representative: Library Representa- tive: Red Cross Representative: Library Worker: Hall Guard: League Office Worker. Allen, Janice Joan lli.vfm'y Transferred from Kansas. Thespians: Children's Theater: School Plays: Big Sister. , J Allen, K Willard 1Hd1fl.tf1'illl .4 rix Freshman Basketball: Baseball Man- ager: Homeroom Preidentg Popcorn Stand Worker. Allen, Robert William A-lrf Federation Representative. Allen, Thomas Charles .qCif'7lCG ' Allison, Bobbie Faye fllallicmatics Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, 8 times: Tamarack Staff, Sen- ior Editor: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Aquettes, President, Vice-President: Math Club: Red Cross Council, Presi- dent: FTA: Doll Shop, Student Di- rector: ASB Honors Board: Big Sis- ter: League Committees: Homeroom President, Vice-President: L i b r a r y Representative: ASB Representative: League Representative: News Repre- sentative: After--School Sports: Ac- tivity Shield, Gold Star: Library Worker: Gym Office Worker: Office Worker: City Red Cross Representa- tive, Vice-President, Secretaryg Win- ner of Air Age Contest, Miss Aviation of 1955: Science Fair Winner: Senior Committee. Anderson, Eric Nels .ilntlzmiuzfirs Tamarack Representative. Anderson, Judith Elaine Cmmizcrcial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Color Girls: Big Sister: ASB Representative: After-School Sports. Anderson, Larry Gale SfiUJZA'C Scholastic Honor Roll' Varsit Foot , y ' ball: B Squad Football: Freshman Football. Aschenbrenner, Sylvia Carole Cfmzvzrirrial Transferred from Marycliff. Big Sis- ter: ASB Representative. Ashley, Robert Lee Science Scholastic Honor Roll: Intramural Sports: ASB Representative: Federa- tion Representative. Ei Law: 4 ana ee I ' ". A Stu ies League Hon 7 , i S er t' Club: FNA: ,f pre- sentative: Ho f' - . m ecr ary. Badt, Lorraine Coiimzcrcial Color Girls: After-School Sports: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker: Rest Room Monitor: Towel Monitor. Baker, William Albert lllatlzcmafics Special Band: Band. Barnes, Frank Michael Social Studies Transferred from Lewis . and Clark. Basketball: Baseball: Warriors: News Representative. , B ne , V a lane V in cial ch ti Honor Roll: League Honor 'mes: Big Sister: League Rep- en t eg Library Worker: Study Hall oll Checker: League Office Worke . Barnhart, Conrad Boyd I1idu.vlrialArts Scholastic Honor Roll: Traffic Squad. Barnum, Sally Rae C0 in mc rcial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: Vox Puellarum: Doll Shop: Choir: Mothers' Tea Committee: Big Sister: Homeroom Chairman: Hall Guard: Roll Checker. Bartlett, Ronald Eldon Sciciice C h o i r: Homeroom Treasurer: ASB Representative. Basquette, .loanne Elaine Commercial Tamarack Representative: Hall Guard: Homeroom Treasurer. Bass, Ruth Mary Mathematics League Honor Roll: Debate: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Radio Club, Secretary: FTA: Spanish Club: Hori- zon Club: Big Sister: Homeroom President, Roll Checker: League Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Library Worker: Gym Office Worker: Convocation Deputy: Traffic and Grounds Squad Worker. Batdort, Richard Social Studies ASB Vice-President: Student Court Judge: Latin Club: Talent Club: Doll Shop: All-School Play: Concert Band: Special Band: Pep Band Leader: Dixie Landers: ASB Dance Committee: ASB Con S c h e d u lin g Committee: ASB Nominating Committee: Feder n, School Service Departme t ea , X Baum art, en Elsie Hon 'Ec it mics 1: Sister: o s k 'ding: S olas H nor oll: Honor ll Roll C ec e Beam, Carol Anne Social Studies League Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Big Sister Committee: Latin Club: Homeroom Secretary: League Representative: ASB Repre- sentative: After-School Sports: A11- Activity Shield: Roll Checker: League Office Worker. Bean, Robert Eugene Imiuslriul A rts Library Representative. Beaty, Dorothy Marian CUIltHlUI'l'ill1 Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Commercial Club, Treasurer: Amores Librorumg Doll Shop: Big Sister: Homeroom Sec- retary: Red Cross Representative: News Representative: Tennis Team, comanager: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield: Ticket Office Worker. Beaudette, Robert Spencer Il1li'1l.i'fI'l'llf fl rlx Becker, Duane Arthur Mathematics News Representative. Beelnler, Vicki Barbara C40lllHlUP'd'iIlI FNA: Latin Club: Red Feathers: After-School Sports: Science Fair, President. Belair, Robert Ralph SClt'llCC Scholastic Honor Roll: Chess Club: 3 C'sg Traffic Squad. Belclin, Evelyn Joyce llmm' l5l'UlIOIlllt'.Y Homeroom Chairman: News Repre- sentative: After-School Sports: Study Hall Roll Checker. 0 y 'U Belshaw, lva La Verne l Cmrzuzrwial Red Feathers: Color Girls: Tennis Team: After-School Sports: Aquettes: All-Activity Shield, 1 Star: Gym Office Worker: Doll Shop: Tamarack Art S t a f fg Tamarack Representative: News Representative: League Repre- sentative: League Honor Roll, 7 times: Big Sister: League Cons: Homeroom Roll Checker: Homeroom Sergeant at Arms: ASB Representative: Hall Guard: Con Deputy: Library Worker. Benner, Loretta Fae ATI Hall Guard: ASB Representative: Homeroom Roll Checker: After-School Sports: Doll Shop: League Honor Roll: Big Sister: League Style Show. Bennett, Janice Florence ,7lfllfl1Ul1'1l1I"iL'S Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: FHA: Big Sister: Library Repre- sentative: After-School Sports: Study Hall Roll Checker: Nurse's O f f i c e Worker: ASB Concession Counter. Berger, Eugene Kenneth Science Freshman, B Squad, Varsity Football, Freshman, Varsity Track: Warriors, Vice-President: Homeroom Sergeant at Arms, Secretary: Choir. Bergman, Marilyn Gay Sc-ienre Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Vox Puellarum: Latin Club: Aquettes: Doll Shop: Homeroom Chairman: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield, 1 Star: ASB Com- mittees: Big Sister Committee: Big Sister. Bergquisi, Gerald William .Srimzce Transferred from Seattle. Berihiaume, Drena Lee f40llll111'Vt"iflI League Honor Roll: Big Sister: Tam- arack Representative: Red C r o s s Representative: Hall Guard. .X Biel, Robert Eugene I ndi1.vtrial A rtx Freshman, B Squad, Varsity Basket- ball: Freshman, Varsity Baseball: Homeroom President. Blough, Marilyn Jean Forcign Lai-zgiiagcx Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: Color Girls, Historian: Song Leader: Latin Club: Doll Shop: ASB Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield. Bocksfruck, Jack Frank Ilidimtrial Arts Bosfrom, Robert Carl Science 'B Squad Track: iFreshman Football: N e w s Representative: ASB Repre- sentative. Bofchek Charles Mari' Science Scholastic Roll ath C1 Homeroom resi e av' A 'resentativ A Toastmas rs e '+ L' Bowen, John Henry Illaflzcmatics Scholastic Honor Roll: Math Club, Fifth Executive, Treasurer: Chess Club: Latin' Club: Homeroom Fifth Executive. Bowker, Ronald Dee lllatlzcmatics Tamarack Staff, Photography: Home- room President, Vice-President: News Representative: Freshman Football: Spanish Club: Ski Club. Bowles, Robert Hampton Social Studies B Squad, Varsity Football: Freshman Basketball: Freshman Track: Fresh- man Baseball: Warriors: ASB Repre- sentative: Homeroom President, Vice- President. Bra a+en, Alfred Gilmore Mathematics B Squad Football: Math Club, Fifth Executive: ASB Committees. Braafen, Donna Rae Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Big Sister: League Committees: League Representative: Library Rep- resentative: Red Cross Representative: Tennis Team: Amores Librorum. dqe ' Helen S' iciicc S s or Roll: League Honor 1, i s: Red Feathers: Latin oll hop: Big Sister: Home- roo Serg t at Arms: After-School Sports: A ctivity Shield, 1 Star. Brandt, Doris Ann flume Ecuiiomics Songleader: D 0 ll Shop: Homeroom Secretary: After-School Sports: News Representative: Tamarack Representa- tive. Braun, Sally Jeanne Home Economics League Honor Roll, 5 times: Color Girls, Historian: Talent Club, Histo- rian Record r: Three Fives: Doll Shop: Melo pers: Choir: Girls' Glee: e e 'ghters: Big Sister: League entative: After-School Sportslojl ctivitfy Shield. J r li? L A y X Breckenridge, Howard Commercial Transferred from Orange, New Jersey. Scholastic Honor Roll: Homeroom Vice-President Breeden, Dorothy Gaye Scicnfc Transferred from West Virginia. Big Sister: League Representative: News Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Library Worker: Roll Checker: Nurse's Worker: Gym Office Worker: Traffic Squad. Brewster, Marilyn Joyce 1lIafl1c'matiL'.r Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: News Staff. News Editor, Ad- vertising and Circulation Manager: Red Feathers: Latin Club, Treasurer: Quill and Scroll: Doll Shop: Big Sis- ter: Homeroom Fifth Executive: News Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Library Worker: ASB Representative: Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow Award. Bridgham, Betty Jean Cunzmcrcial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Aquettes: FNA: Doll Shop: Operetta: Melody Capers: Girls' Glee: Big Sister: Homeroom President, Vice-President: Tamarack Representative: League Representative: News Representative: After-School S p o r t s: All-Activity Shield: Hall Guard: Towel Monitor. Bright, Bonnie Jean Coizmzvrfial Transferred from The Dalles, Oregon. Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 2 times: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent: After-School Sports: ASB Rep- resentative. Bro, Eleanor Kay C 0l'l'L11'lCVCil1l League Honor Roll: Big Sister: Hall Guard. Broclcel, Charlene Louise Com rmwcial League Honor Roll, 2 times: R e d Feathers: Color Girls: Gym O f fic e Monitor: Red Cross Representative: Homeroom Secretary: League Repre- entative: Big Sister: Towel Monitor: After-School S o o r t s: All-Activity Shield, 1 Star: Doll Shop: Rest Room Monitor. Brockmier, Dean Allen Social Studia' Brown, Karen Lee Sciriizce Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Latin Club: Doll Shop: Home- room Chairman: Tennis Team, Coman- ager: After-School Sports: Al1-Activ- ity Shield, 1 Star: ASB Committee: Big Sister Committee: Big Sister: Hall Guard: Gym Office Worker: Vox Puellarum: League Winter Dance, Chairman. Brown, Roger Lee Art Bryant, Georgia Hale Social Studivs Library Representative: Library Work- er: Big Sister. Buckholz, Raymon Howard I11d11.vtrialAIrt5 Varsity Track: B Squad Track: Fresh- man Football: Federation Representa- tive. ' ' - Bundy, Gerald Bruce gllatlzvmaiifs Scholastic Honor Roll: Rifle Club: In- tramural Basketball. Bundy, Marietta Frances S.l1L'lClJSf1tdl1'.Y Scholastic Honor Roll: News Staff, Advertising Manager: Tamarack Staff, Associate Editor, Advertising Man- ager: City-Wide Ad Contest Winner: Red Feathers: FNA President: Quill and Scroll: Y-Teens: Winter and Spring Music Festival: Three Fives: ASB Scholarship Committee: League Calling Committee: Big Sister: Library Worker: Doll Shop. Bunge, Claudia Ann Cum mania! Scholastic Honor Roll: Latin Club: Doll Shop: Operetta: Melody Capers: Big Sister: ASB Representative: Library Representative: Red Cross Vice-President: News Representative: League Representative: Golf: After- School Sports: Gym Office Worker: Roll Checker: Office Worker. Burgess, William Robert Art Federation Representative: R a d i o Club: Junior Band: Intramural Sports: Ski Clu b: Library Representative: After-School Sports. Burk, Carol Jean Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 1 time: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent: After-School Sports. Burke, Colleen Ravay Sofia! Studies Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: Big Sister: ASB Representative: League Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 1 Star: Hall Guard. Burlock, Ralph Clinton Jr. Mathematics Varsity Football, Baseball: B Squad Football, Baseball: Freshman Football, Basketball: Warriors: Homeroom Pres- ident, Vice-President, Secretary: ASB Representative: Senior Class Alter- nate. Burns, Bob Science Concert Band: Marching Band. x Repre- s: Library Caldwell, Clifton Ormond Jr. Sfl.UlH'C Transferred from Okinawa. Scholastic Honor Roll: Latin Club, President, Fifth Executive: Marching Band: Concert Band: Special Band: Home- room Vice-President: Con Deptuy. Canterbury, Lowell Manning Industrial Arts l, Manager: ASB Rep- 'TA J Caputo, Anthony Social Studies Choir: News Representative. Caruso, Robert Edward Industrial A rts Varsity, B Squad, Freshman Football: Tennis Team: Varsity Golf: Library Representative: ASB Representative: News Representative: Warriors: Chess Club. , Casselman, Beverly Ann A rt Girls' Glee: Big Sister: Gym Office Monitor. Castle, Frances Edith Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 2 times: After-School Sports: Big Sister. Cerenzia, Shirley Ann Coniiiieifcial Melody Capers: Big Sister: News Rep- resentative: League Representative: Red Cross Representative: After-School Sports: Roll Checker: Girls' G l e e, Sergeant at Arms: Tamarack Repre- sentative. Chapman, Arno Jay Scimzrc Transferred from Golden, B.C. Kennewick. Cross- Basebal VU Charest, Hugh David SCtt'HL't' Thespians: 3 C's: Doll Shop: Home- room Secretary: Federation Represent- ative: Library Worker: Roll Checker. Childs, Donald Adair Il1du.rlriaI.f4rIx Choat, Shirley Ann Sciancr Transferred from Somerville, Ten- nessee. News Staff K' l n 4 1 - -'l eyAnn 1 Fo a After-School Sports: Red Cross Rep- resentative. Clark, Marilynn Sue Home Ecowwmirx Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 6 times: ASB Secretary: News Staff: Sophomore Senator: Red Feath- ers: Vox Puellarum, Vice-President: Latin Club, Treasurer: FTA Club: Aquettes: Doll Shop: Girls' Glee: ASB Dance Committee: League Representa- tive: After-School Sports: AIl-Activ- ity Shield: ASB Representative: Big Sister Committee, Chairman: Big Sister. Clark, Robert Gary I11du.vtrialA1't.v Stage Crew. Clarno, Keith Kern Sifimzri? F r e s h m a n Basketball: Intramural Cross-Country: Scholastic Honor Roll, if if rl 4 123 , ,v fs' H,-'-7. W1 35313. 351' " W adj 'w wf Q i 2 be it sf, i ii -F .. 'V :.. titty X Se . as + is M , A L S? I f s We Q I Cl on, Janice Marne lisfnry eague Honor Roll: Girls' Glee: Choir: Big Sister: Library Worker: Aquettes: Christmas Pageant: School Plays, Cos- tume Committee. Collins, Jerry Lee History Orchestra: Choir: Varsity Football. Collins, Robert Donald Industrial Arts ASB Representative: Freshman Foot- ball. ' Connor, Melbern Jewell Home Economicx Transferred from Charlotte, North Carolina, Red Feathers: Doll Shop. X, Conrath, Merlee My Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: ASB Treasurer: Red Feathers: Color Girls, Secretary: Doll Shop: Win- ter Festival: Choir, Pianist: Th r e e Fives, Pianist: Student Finance Com- mittee, Chairman: Mothers' Dessert, Chairman: Big Sister: Homeroom Sec- retary, Vice-President: Library Repre- sentative: L e a g u e Representative: After-School Sports: Library Worker: Senior Class Secretary. Cooprider, Ruth Christina Couunrrrial Thespians: Commercial Club: Red Feathers: Big Sister: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Gym Of- fice Worker, Corser, Philo Hiloah JlIf1fI7t'Hll1ftCS Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: Red Feath s: :Color Af er- c ool S ts: All-Activity Shield Stage Crew, Secretary: Ameri- can Le ion Contest Winner. Girls: at Club, Presi e , ' Vice- Pres' ' 1 ' 0 Puella : a t i n C 1 u I - . 07 : A ominating Com ' e' -1 i S' , Homeroom Roll ' 3 r: epresentative: News ' resent ti Tennis Team: t . Courteau, Richard William Mathematics Scholastic Honor Rollg News Staffg Amores Librorum, President, Treas- urerg Latin Clubg Doll Shopg Mid- winter Music Festivalg Honors Board, Chairmang ASB Nominating Com- m i t t e eg Tamarack Representativeg Silver Spurs, President. Coylcendall, Russell Duane Matl1eniatic.s Scholastic Honor Roll: Honors Board Representativeg ASB Representativeg Rifle Club. Crisp, Alan Douglas Mathematics News Representative: V a r s i t y, B Squad Basketball, Footballg Home- room President, Vice-President, Crouse, Edwin Dwight Science P Rifle Clubg Special Bandg- Marching Bandg Concert Band. ,, J 'W ci 1 Cunningham, Darleen Ann Conimercial Transferred from Mead. Scholastic Honor Roll: After-School Sportsg Gym Towel Monitor. Cyr, Joe A. Science ASB Representativeg B Squad Track, Footballg Hall Guard, Homeroom President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Grounds Squad. Dahl, Elaine Ann Cnnimercial League Honor Roll, 4 timesg Golf Team, League Representative: All- Activity Shield, After-School Sportsg Big Sisterg Homeroom Secretaryg Commercial Club, Locker Monitorg Girls' Glee, Secretaryg Winter Music Festival. Q X ,,, t, ..., , t N5 if 3 'E Y l s A F f- Tim?-ia ' by bias iw + N gs is , K t A . ks. , X as Q mg .4 if .An Q L fizs ape it i . 2 E S: i:-i - ' i..e ,,, Daschbach, Richard John Social Studies Freshman Basketballg Freshman, B Squad, Varsity Baseballg Homeroom Vice-President. Davis, Richard Lee Industrial Arts Decker, Joy Alma Coininercial Scholastic Honor Roll: Girls' Gleeg Choir: Junior Achievement, Secretaryg Red Cross Representativeg News Rep- resentativeg Roll Checkerg Big Sisterg Big Sister Award. DeFoe, David Allan Matlzeinatics T r a n s f e r r e d from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho. Scholastic Honor Rollg Home- room President, Secretaryg Freshman Football, Basketball, Baseball. Denholm, Thomas Richard Social Studies Trackg Grounds Squad. Denney, Clifford Owen Social Studies ASB Representatveg Federation Rep- resentativeg H o rn e r o 0 rn Treasurerg Freshman Football, Basketball. De Vore, Alvin Daniel Science Transferred from Wallace, I d a h 0. Debateg Choir: Grounds Squad. 'x Dieni, Frank Robert Social Sfzrdiar Transferred from Kellogg, I d a h 0. Red Cross Representative: Intramural Basketball. Dishno, Ronald Charles Ldllglflllgdl' Scholastic Honor Roll: Homeroom President, Fifth Excutive. Doty, Lynne Danielle ' C12l7'I17ll'l'CiGl Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Tamarack Staff: Amores Libror- um: 3 C's: Big Sister. Doyle, Robert Sfowell Sofia! .S'fudil'.r Varsity Football, Track: Warriors. Draper, Mona Home Ifc01zwnz'c.r Gym Office Worker: Big Sister. Dressel, Robert Michael SOLill11,h-fltdltkl' Pep Band: Special Band: Concert Band: Library Representative. Dunn, Norma Jean ' vial Sfudiixr Tr m Northwest Christian 11 School. Tafmar . Staff: seni r ' , Advertising - : Girls' Gl e, ' ' gue lata e nt t' e. D Dupree, George Alfred Languages Homeroom Vice-President: Tamarack Representative: Federation Represent- ative: Tennis: B Squad, Varsity Track, Cross-Country: Hall Guard. Dutton, Gary Roger Science Choir. Duty, Claude Phillip Social Studie: Library Worker. Eden, Janice Marie Mathematics News Staff, Proof Editor: Tamarack Staif, Senior Editor: Varsity Debate: Color Girls: Junior Achievement: ASB Representative: Tennis Team: After- School Sports. Edmunds, Michael Gary Mathemalirs Varsity Football, Baseball, Basketball: B Squad Football, Baseball, Basket- ball. Edwards, Richard Duane Industrial Arts Choir. Eldenburg, Linda Dee Mafhcmatifs Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Math Club: Doll Shop: Spanish Club: Big Sister: Tam- arack Representative: Library Repre- sentative: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield, 2 Stars. Eledge, Teresa Harriet W Commercial Transferred from Virginia. Tamarack Representative. Ellis, Beverly Fae Social Studies Transferred from Ellis, Idaho. Ells, Diane Commercial A Transferred from Central 'Valleyr" Ellsworth, Frances Commercial Transferred from Lacrosse Hi h E School. League Representative: Locker Room Monitor. Ellsworth, .lol1n Alison ' Industrial Arts Golf Team. Esmieu, James Earl Industrial Arts Ewell, Christine Joan Commercial Big Sister: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield: Library Representa- tive: Homeroom Roll Checker. Wifi EmMargarei Eleanor Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Debate: FTA, Vice-President: Big Sister: Golf Team: Girls' Glee. Ewy, Marjorie lo Home Ecoiioiizirs Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 8 times: Red Feathers, Secretary: Color Girls: Talent Club, Secretary: Doll Shop Lead: Choir: ASB Dance Committee: ASB Honors Board: ASB Election Commission: Homeroom Sec- retary, President: League Representa- tive: League Honors Board: A1l-Ac- tivity Shield, 3 Stars: Gym Office Monitor: Tennis Team: After-School Sports: Big Sister: Winter Festival: Dad and Daughter Banquet Com- mittee, Chairman: FTA. Fairfax, Audrey Mae Commercial League Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Commercial Club, President: Doll Shop: Girls' Glee: Big Sister: Home- room Secretary: ASB Representative: Library Representative: League Rep- resentative: After-School Sports: A11- Activitity Shield: Bookroom Worker: News Staff: Melody Capers. Fallon, Mark Carl Social Studies Transferred from Gonzaga. Homeroom President. Fanning, Bradley John .Science Marching Band: Concert Band. Fea+l1erly, Kay Irene Home Economics League Honor Roll: League Vice- President: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Commercial Club: Doll Shop: Library Representative: News Representative: After-School Sports. Fellcer, Terry Harvey Industrial Arts Federation Representative: B Squad Football, Baseball: Choir: Intramural Basketball. Faela,clauasaJe A C mmc 'al Ho er e esident: L i b r a r y M 't A : onitor: After-School S , a e Representative: ASB re e t t' ez Big Sister. Finlay, Cecelia Diane Science League Honor Roll: Library Repre- sentative: Doll Shop: Study Hall Roll Checker: Library Worker: Big Sister: After-School S p 0 r t s: All-Activity Shield: All-School Pla y Committee: FNA. Finlay, Margaret Teresa Cami-ncrcial League Honor Roll: D o ll S h o p: Library Worker: After-School Sports: Locker Monitor. Fisher, Carole Rae Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Latin Club Rep- resentative: Big Sister: After-School Sports: Locker Monitor. Fislcness, Judith Ann Commercial Big Sister: Roll Checker. Flynn, Gail Leora Commercial ,, League Representative: Doll Shop: Golf Team: Big Sister: News Repre- sentative. Forbes, Beverly Arlene Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: Color Girls. Foreman, Darlene Joy Commercial League Honor Roll, 2 times: FHA: 3 C's: Big Sister: Homeroom ecre- tary Treasurer Library present ative Roll Checker St Hall Roll Checker League epresentative News Representativ Fo r Hae I le esh an quad Football Home room resi t Vice President Fed epr s 1 ve Library Representa R ax ross Representative News s t ive Intramural Swimming a l Office Worker Fo Adele Faye L iigi ag i Sch asti Honor Roll League Honor Roll 8 t es League Vice President New S ff Editorial Page Editor J n Press Club Red Feathers Color Girls: Color Guard: Commercial Club: Latin Club: Quill and Scroll: Doll Shop: Big Sister: Homeroom Sec- retary: ASB Representative: League Representative: After - School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 2 Stars: Gym Office Worker: Office Worker: Doll Shop. Spring-News Associate Editor: Commercial Club Vice-President: Quill and Scroll Vice-President. :X s , l . " I ' , i s Q , - F Nm ' " , ' - ' : - ' ratio '4-- entative: Tamarack : En.: ' , it h .u u X u A U ' g 5 Fox, Joan Marie Commercial League Representative: Doll Shop: League Honor Roll: Tepee Lighters: Three Fives: Spring Concert: Winter Concert. Franlr, Suzanne Marie Commercial League Honor Roll: T a l e n t Club: League Convocation: Red Cross Con- vocation: Big Sister: ASB Representa- tive: News Representative: Golf Team: Locker Monitor: Girls' Glee. Freeland, Lynette .lean Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 2 times: School Play: Thespian Covocation: League Committee: Home- room Secretary, Treasurer: Roll Checker: ASB Representative: Big Sister: Library Worker: All-School Play, Committee. Freeland, Sandra Lee Commercial L. e a g u e Representative: Tamarack Representative. .n w we- A -Y, if 2 V .if A lzz new-s 32 Fromm, Caro Rae C,'o1r11-zizwfial Doll Shop: Girls' Glee: Choir: Three Fives: 'Winter Music Festival: Spring Concert: Red C ro ss Representative: League Representative: News Repre- sentative: After-School Sports: League Dance Committee: Gym Monitor: Big Sister. Fuller, Virginia Lee C011-1 martial League Honor R o l l, 5 times: Color G i r l sg FTA: Doll Shop: Operetta: Melody C a p e r sg Big Sister: After- School Sports: L i b r a r y Worker: Library Representative: All-Activity Shield. Gallagher, Tom Michael Mafhvmalics Gard ner, Carolyn Elaine Art League Honor Roll: News Representa- tive: Big Sister: Homeroom President: Grounds Squad: 3 C's. Gardner, Janice Lee Caumz crrial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: News Staff: Debate: Aquettes: Tepee Lighters: League Committees: Big ,Sisterg Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer: Lib r a r y Representative: Red Cross Representative. Gay, Fay .7lJ!lfl1C'171f1l'lt'S Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: Amores Librorum: Latin Club: Big Sister: Homeroom Presi- dent: Library Representative: Red C r o s s Representative: After-School Sports: Roll Checker: Traffic Squad. Gilbert, Audra Jeanne CHllII71L'I'Clfli Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: Red Feathers: Latin Club, Secretary: Commercial Club: Girls' Glee: ASB Representative: League Representative: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Hall Guard: Gym Office Monitor: Big Sis- ter. Gilbert, Larry Wayne 111d1mi1'iaIAr'1.v Marching Band: Concert Band: Spe- cial Band: ASB Representative, Gilberison, James Lee JlL7all1m11Ufir.r Scholastic H o n o r Roll: Sophomore Senator: B Squad, Freshman Baseball: H o rn e r o o m President: Xntramural Sports. Gillespie, Gary Laurence Matlzfmatics Scholastic Honor Roll: Varsity Foot- ball: News Representative: Traffic Squad Committee: Grounds Squad: Student Court. Gordon, Ann Willie Commercial Transferred from Los Angeles. Girls' League Office Monitor. Gordon, Don Emery Maflirmatirs Transferred from Iola. Kansas. Scho- lastic H o n o r Roll: Varsity Track: Marching Band: Concert Band: Home- room President: American L e g i 0 n Essay Contest Winner. Q, B v rl I In INEC ifli. chol tic or oll: League Honor Rollg. a ack r Staff: Big Sister: After ts: All-Activity Shiel Gorseih, Royce Peter Surifil ,S'iz1d1'v.v Choir: News Staff, Associate Editor, Circulation Manager: Junior Press Club: Quill and Scroll: Doll Shop. 1 'X 0 Q -7441 "' , 'A,..J"vf i Graedel, Thomas Eldon IV Matliffmatics 'V Scholastic Honor Roll: Math Club Chess Club: Marching Band: Concer Band: Special Band: Intramural Bas- ketball: Homeroom President. raham, Darlene Ann Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: News Staff: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Commercial Club: Big Sister: Homeroom Treasurer: ASB Repre- sentative: L e a g u e Representative: After-School S p o r t s: All-Acitvity Shield: Hall Guard: 3 C's. Gran, Phyllis Mae Commercial League Honor Roll, 2 times: Latin Club: Doll Shop: Girls' Glee: Library Representative: News Representative: all Guard: Study Hall Roll Checker: Monitor: League Office Monitor: Scholastic Honor Roll. Granger, Guy Gordon Scicnrf' Tamarack Representative: Homeroom President: Track. Grant, Ethel Cmnmvrcial Z Scholastic Honor , Leagu?onor Roll: Big Sister' ,Q Green, Patricia Kay N Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Color Girls: Song Leader: Tepee Lighters: Winter Festival: Homeroom President: ASB Representative: Tam- arack Representative: League Repre- sentative: News Representative: After- School Sports: Big Sister. Griffith, Dale Goodrich llflafliematifs Scholastic Honor Roll: Latin Club: Math Club: Rifle Club: Intramural Basketball: Cross-Country. , .W-'-. OL c Mez.. ....., Griffith, Doris Marie Home Economics Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: FHA, Treasurer: FTA, Historian-Reporter: Winter Festival: Girls' Glee: Tepee Lighters. Gross, Marcia Ann Home Efonomicx Big S i s t e r: News Representative: After-School Sports: Homeroom Presi- dent. Groth,Cheri Deanne Commercial Scholastic H o n o r Roll: Girls' Glee: Melody Capers: Red Cross Representa- tive: Hall Guard: After-School Sports. Gullidge, David Bryce Scieizre News Representative: Federation Rep- resentative. Gulliford, James Clifford Induxlrial A rtx Frosh Basketball: Homeroom Treas- urer. Gustafson, Shirley Ann Cammcrrial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Color Girls: Song L e a d e r: Commercial Club: Doll Shop: League Dance Committee: Homeroom V i c e - President, Roll Checker: Library Rep- resentativeg Big Sister: League Rep- resentative: N e w s Representative: After-School S p o r t sg All-Activity Shield: Hall Guard. Hager, Steve Joseph Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: Concert Band: Special Band: Pep Band: Federation Representative: Winter Music Festi- val. QV' h-pf dy! 5"E-"1-7441 :W 544, .-t "V ' . W rm or .l il 4, Hall, Allen King Math gmatics Spanish Club, Chess Club, Grounds Squad. Hallgarih, Dennis Emory Indu.vtrialA1ft.r Fifth Executive, Red Cross Repre- sentative. Hamby, Margaret Ann Commercial Homeroom Roll Checker. Hamilton, Melvin Robert Social Studies Federation Representative. Hammer, Douglas Leigh Commercialflrt Homeroom President, Secretary, News Representative, Federation R e p r e- sentative, B Squad, Varsity Football, Red Cross Representative, L i b r a r y Representative, Hall G u a r d, ASB Representative. Hancock, Janice Rae Home Economics Horneroom President Lea ue Re re C E D - sentative, Hall Guard, Big Sister, Roll Checker. Hanford, Marius Parmalee Uunei Matlzematics ASB President, Vice-President, Fifth Executive, Freshman, Varsity Foot- ball, Track, Latin Club, Doll Shop, ASB Representative, Federation Com- mittee: Warriors, President. Hanson, Sheila Joy Commerrial Color Girls, Red Feathers, D011 Shop, Library Worker, Tennis Team, After- S c h o 0 l Sports, All-Activity Shield, Hall G u a r d, ASB Representative, L e a g u e Honor Roll, Gym Office Worker. Harbour, Harry Lee Illafh emaiirs choir, Haugan, Joyce Marie Home Economics Homeroom President, League Repre- sentative, L i b r a r y Representative, After-School Sports, Doll Shop, Big Sister. ' Hayne, Vernon Joseph Izidustzial Arts Freshman, B Squad Football, Base- ball, ASB Representative, Cafeteria Worker, Ice Skating. Head, Rosemarie Ct71lZf17lL'7'CiUl Thespiansy Sergeant at A r m s, All- S c h 0 0 1' Play, Doll Shop, Melody Capers, Girls' Glee, Big Sister, Home- room Secretary, League Representa- t i v e','X Library Representative, Red C r o s s Representative, After-School Sports, Hall Guard. Heier, Geraldine Margaret Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, Doll Shop, Big Sister, Home- room Representative, Library Work- er, Roll Checker. Heine, Velda June Mzcsic L e a g u e Honor Roll, Choir, Vice- President, Spokane M u s i c Festival, Spring Festival, Winter F e s t i v a 1, Library Representative, League Rep- resentative, After-School Sports, Big Sister. Hendrick, Keith Ray Sofia! Stiiriies Transferred from Clarkston, Washing- ton. Choir. Hendricks, Ayvon Phillis Home IiC07l01I11.fS Big Sister, Doll Shop, After-School Sports, Junior Achievement. Henry, Daisy Marie Fino Arts Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, League President, Red Feathers, Color Girls, C h air m a n, Art Club, Vice - President, P r e s i d e n t, FTA, Treasurer, President, Vox Puellarum, Historian, Doll Shop, League Repre- sentative, Tamarack Representative, Tennis T e a m, After-School Sports, All-Activity Shield, l Star, Hall Guard, Dad and Daughter Banquet Comittee, Chairman, Big Sister. Henslee, Gary Richard SL'il'1tCC y Scholastic Honor Roll, Debate, B Squad, Varsity Track, Special Band, Concert Band, Marching Band, Traf- fic Squad, Grounds Squad, News Representative, Homeroom Vice-Pres- ident, Treasurer. Heth, Caryl Louise Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, 5 times, Red Feathers, Color Girls, Commercial Club, Sergeant at Arms, T h e s p i a n s, Secretary, Doll Shop, All-School Plays, Big Sister: Library Representative, All-Activity Shield, After-School Sports, Gym Office Worker, Children's Theater. Hewitt, Janice Kathleen Malhematicxr Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, 4 times, League Treasurer, De- bate, Red Feathers, Color Girls, Aquettes, Vice-President, FNA, Treas- urer, Doll Shop, Orchestra, Honors Board, Big Sister, Homeroom Presi- dent, T a m a r a c k Representative: League Representative, News Repre- sentative, After-School Sports, All- Activity Shield, Tennis Team. Higgins, JoAnn Celestine IIOHH1 El'U7l07HiC.f After-School Sports. Hively, Joan Louise Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, 6 times, Sophomore S en ator, Vox Puellarum, Fifth Executive, Spanish Club, Dance Committee, Big Sister, Homeroom President, Treas- urer, Roll Checker, ASB Representa- tive, News Representative, Tamarack Representative, Red Cross Repre- sentative, Golf Team, After-School Sports, Study Hall Roll Checker, League Office Monitor, Locker Mon- itor. Holwenstein, Douglas Roger Scimzca Freshman Football, V a r s i t y Cross- Country, T r a c k, Homeroom Vice- President, President, Warriors, Doll Shop, Lead. Holm, Edward Gene Sciciice Varsity Tennis. Hoover, Merlyn Edgar Iildmfrial Arts Homeroom President. Howard, Clarence Gary .q0CiIliSf1ldiC.Y Howlett, Beverly Jean I-Iomi' Eronomics Red Cross Representative, Hall Guard. Hubbell, Gerald LaVerne M1.l5iC Marching Band, Concert Band, Doll Shop Orchestra, Homeroom President, Sergeant at Arms, B Squad Basket- ball. Hughes, Harold Leonard Indmtrialflrts Wrestling. Humes, Jackie Jean Art Big Sister: Homeroom Sergeant at Arms: After-School Sports: Horseback Riding, Cocaptain: FNA. Hunl',Sl1aren Ann Scicnfc Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: Oper- etta: Melody Capers: Orchestra: Big Sister: Homeroom Sergeant at Arms: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Library Worker: ASB Repre- sentative: Tamarack Representative: Latin Club. Hurt, Carol Ann llluxic Choir, Secretary: Doll Shop: Melody Capers: Three Fives: Girls' Glee, Vice- President: League Style Show: Dad- Daughter B a n q u e t, Committee: Big Sister: H o m e r o o in Vice-President, Treasurer: L e a g u e Representative: N e w s Representative: After - School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Library Worker: Gym Office Worker: Convo- cation Deputy: Winter Music Festival. Huston, LaDonna Jeanne Home Economics Big Sister: Library Worker: Attend- ance Slip Collector: Homeroom Roll Checker: Gym Monitor: After-School Sports: Melody Capers: Girls' Glee. .. , lde, Kenneth Lee Ct2lll1I1.A'I'C1'Gl Transferred from' Chewelah, Washing- ton. ASB Representative: Freshman Football, Track: Rifle Club. Inks, Louis Orval Art Scholastic Honor Roll: 3 C's: Fresh- man Football: Do ll Shop: All-School Play: Marching Band: Concert Band: Homeroom President, Vice-President. lsaksen, Sharon Kay Cu 1'I'L1'llCl'L"Jl1l Golf: Orchestra: Doll Shop: Operetta: Big Sister: Color Girls: League Honor Roll, 5 times: Thespians, Historian Re- porter: Latin Club: Library Worker: Winter Festival: Silver Spurs: League Style Show: School Play: News Staff, Mailing: Melody Capers: All- Activity Shield: League Representative. Jackman, Darlene Sczrnrrf L e a g u e Honor Roll, 6 times: Song L e a d e r, Chairman: Tau Chi: Doll Shop: Cotton Ball Committee: B i g Sister: News Representative: Golf: After - School Sports: Gym O f f i c e Worker: Color Girls: L e a g u e Style S h o W: Locker Monitor: Spring Pag- eant: League Representative: T 0 w e l Monitor. Jackson, Bonnie Louise SCiG11C6' Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 2 times: 3 C's: ASB Representa- tive: Tainarack Representative: Tennis Team: Roll Checker: Big Sister. al1SO 5 a 6 1 A orum Spanish Club. I s Y . 9 1 1 t Us N .-In .. W- -- onor Roll: Latin Club: ' g f lg: g i X Jeffries, Raymond Hari' HV! Homeroom President: Red Cross Rep- resentative: F r e s h m a n Basketball, Baseball: B Squad Football, Baseball, Cross-Country: Tamarack Representa- tive. Jenkinson, Clifford Andrew Science Varsity, B Squad Football. Jesmore, Dolores Darlene Commercial B i g S i s t e r: After - School Sports: Library Worker: Gym Office Worker. 4- Johnson, Barbara Lorraine Art Big Sister, Homeroom Treasurer, ASB Representative, Library Representa- tive, Tamarack Representative, Golf Team, After - School S p 0 r t s, Hall Guard, Study Hall Roll Checker, Gym Office Worker, Gym Monitor. Johnson, Bernard Eldon Industrial Arts ASB Treasurer, Concert Band, March- ing Band, Special Band, Pep Band, Dixielanders, N e W s Representative, Tamarack Representative, Doll Shop Orchestra, Talent Club, Red Cross Representative, Homeroom President, Vice-President: Hall Guard. Johnson, Clarence Neil Science Varsity Football, B Squad Football, Track, Freshman Football, Basketball, Talent Club. Johnson, Dixie Lee Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, 4 times, News Staff, Advertising Manager, Shopping Column, Mailing Staff, Junior Press Club, Color Girls, Quill and Scroll, Fifth Executive, Doll Shop, Big S i s te r, Mothers' Dessert Committee, Homeroom President, Red Cross Representative, League Repre- sentative, Tennis Team, After-School Sports, Hall Guard, All-Activity Shield, Library Worker. Johnson, James Evan Maflzfmatifs Transferred from Gonzaga. Johnson, Karen Sue Cunzmvrfiril Transferred from Marycliff. Big Sis- ter. Johnson, Kirsten Laurel .Sz'l4'llt'1' Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, News Staff, Editor-in-Chief, Copy Editor, Editorial Page Editor, Junior Press Club: Varsity Debate, Quill and Scroll, President, Fifth Ex- ecutive, Vox Puellarum: Talent Club, Orchestra, Operetta, Doll Shop, Orch- estra, M elo d y Capers, Big Sister: H o m e r o o m Vice - President, Roll Checker, Junior Symphony. Johnson, Lloyd Randall Industrial Arts Transferred fr o m Portland, Oregon. ASB Representative. Johnson, Robert Michael Malliematics Scholastic Honor Roll, Golf Team. Johnson, Roberta Ann Social Studies R e d F e a t h e r s, Color Girls, FNA, Treasurer, Homeroom R 0 ll Checker, Treasurer, Fifth Executive, ASB Rep- resentative, L e a g u e Representative, Library Representative, After - School Sports, All - Activity Shield, Library Worker, Gym Office Worker, Towel Monitor, Vox Puellarum. Johnson, Valerie Jean Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, Red Feathers, Color Girls, Doll Shop, Girls' Glee, Homeroom Secre- tary, After-School Sports, Hall Guard, All-Activity Shield, Christmas Con- cert, Big Sister, Convocation Deputy, Red Cross Representative. Jones, Betsy Luella .'llall1r'11'zm'ir.v Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, News Staff, Copy Editor, Red Feathers, FTA, Math Club, Amores Librorum, ASB Representative, After- School Sports, Tamarack Representa- tive, All-Activity Shield, Bookroom Worker, Popcorn Stand Worker: Spring-News Associate Editor. Jordan, Rocky Charles ,llallzaziznfzhv Varsity, B Squad Football. Judd, Steven Lee .llall1i'111r1fz'i'.v Transferred from Inchelium. Washing- ton. Juillerat, Marcia Byrd Commercial Transferred from New York City. League Honor Roll, 2 timesg Debateg 3 C'sg Library Worker: Gym Office Workerg Big Sister. Kabush, Michael Nicholas Iilatliematics ' ASB Treasurerg Sophomore Senatorg Scholastic Honor Roll. Kastberg, Karen Louise Commercial Scholastic H o n o r R l s gtaff, Feature Edi , ' orts Edit rg Red 'rlsg Co r- cial -Presi nt: and Scrol mores L' 0 3 Shop: League Committe 1 terg Home- room Secretary: T r a c k Repre- sentative: L i b r a y presentativeg News Representativeg eague Repre- sentative. Keebler, La Vella Mae Social Stadiu- Transferred from Marycliff. A f t e r - School Sports. Keegan, John Patrick I1idastrialArts Freshman Football. Keen, Fred James I1zdu.vtrialArt.r Intramural Sports. Keen, Naomi Marie Science Transferred f r 0 m Sacramento, Cali- fornia. 3 I 7 ff' P P e Philip Marden Svielifc tl? Scholastic Honor Rollg Choirg Library Representative, Keller, Carol Jean Home Economics 3 C'sg Tau Chig Melody Capersg Girls' Gleeg Homeroom Secretary: Library Workerg Big Sister: League H o n o r Roll. Kelley, Robert Alan Industrial Arts News Representative. Kelly, Patrick Jay Art Kelp, Alice Marie Art News Representative. Kennedy, Patrick Hugh I nd uxtrial A rts Golf Team. Kern, Connie Jane Art Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 5 timesg Red Feathers: C o l o r Girls: Doll Shopg Homeroom Secretary, Treasurerg Library Representativeg Tamarack A r t S t a f fy After-School Sports: All - Activity S h i e l dg Hall Guard. Kirltevold, Orville Arnold Mathematics Marching Banclg Concert Band: Special Bandg ASB Representativeg 3 C's. Klein, Janora Mary Kathryn Commercial Doll Shop: Girls' Gleeg Homeroorn President: News Representativeg Big Sisterg After-School Sports. Knowles, Jarges rville Science A' N Schola tic o rx og L 'n Club, Amores Libr m oir, esident, Librariang R -,Cro s epresentative, Silver Spurs. 'K Knox, Robert LeRoy Commercial Scholastic Honor Rollg Debateg March- ing Band, Concert Band, Golf Teamg Grounds Squad, Traffic Squad: Red C r o s s Representative, News Repre- sentativeg Vocational Chairmang ASB Representative, H o m e r o 0 m Vice- President. Koerner, Deanna Awilda Commercial League Honor Roll, Homeroom Fifth Executive: Big Sisterg Library Workerg Nurse's Office Worker. Indzistr' 1' Homeroom T s' f ' KooM " ,QW Al ' I 5 Kromer, Roger Lawrence Maflzematics Transferred from West Valley. Kroslce, William Howard Science Freshman Baseball, Basketball, Foot- ball: B Squad Baseball, Basketball, Football, ASB Representativeg Tama- rack Representativeg Thespiansg Doll Shop: All-School Play: Varsity Debate. Kyle, Dennis Lee Science Transferred from Missoula, Montana. B Squad, Varsity Football: Federation Representativeg News Representative. Ladwig, Clayton Le Roy Social Studies. 1 Lamb, Margaret Elaine Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, Commercial Club, Secretary, Sergeant at Arms: Convocation Sched- uling Committee, Chairman: Big Sis- terg ASB Representative, Red Cross Representative, League Representativeg Hall Guardg Gym Office Workerg Latin Club. Lamm s, J avid lllafl 1 Scholas' nor l' Choir, T fic Squad, e X' K Repr enta- tive. ' Lamson, Verna Mae Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll' News Mailin Staff' Girls' Glee' . S t , Melody Capers: Big Sister: Hall Guardg After-School Sports: Locker Monitor. LaPierre, Lorraine Janice Home Economic.: League Honor Roll, 2 times, Library Representative, Homeroom Secretary, Big Sister. LH Roll: Talent Club: Doll : i e Festival: Choir: Orches- t a: - h Fives: Big Sister: Home- r om c ary: Locker Monitor. Q53 ' f. 'ff ies: -'mm-.kk 5531 1" T fr K f 1 4, LaPo'in1', Claudia Ann y Coiiiiiieifcial A ,. ,, T e p e e Lighters: Big Sister: League 5.5, - as at Representative: Hall Guard: 3 C's. . x X 3, .. I ,.,,l.,. Wi., Larango, Mike Paul 1'-- . Iiidii.vtrialArt.r , 5. , , Library Representative. 2 :I i . .... ee. lf . 'TWFR . fegPft.1a..::,.- '.:f:-at as K 3 2 Q H it X Larson,Marilyn Jean Comiiieifcial League Representative: After - School Sports: Big Sister. r e Lee, BeH'y Jean Conimercial Big Sister. Lee, Erma Marie y Commercial , Doll Shop: Big sister: After-schooi 5 f 1, Sports: T i c k e t Office Worker: Hall ' S' M. . , Guard: R011 Checker. gg 'A g ., ,337 .lf '- ,sa-ze f Lewis, Sharon Virginia Conimerfial Big Sister: Tamarack Representative: Roll Checker. Y 1 1, , . , ...W 4 .mltz-':2:?.I?', ' : ' 1:1 V - 1 gl 'B Lincoln, Ralph Roger Science Li piac, Lyle Louis Science Staff Photographer, News and Tam- arack: V a rs i t y, B Squad Football: Stage Crew. Liftleiielcl, James Lang I ndiistrial A rtx Federation Representative: Grounds Squad. Livengood, Terry Wendall Mallzemafics Warriors: Varsity Golf: Intramural Basketball: H all Guard: Homeroom President, Vice-President: Convocation Deputy: B Squad Football: Federation Representative: Scholastic Honor Roll. Ll-oycl, Ann Louise Cmiin-iercial League Honor Roll: News Staff: Latin Club, Treasurer: Commercial Club: D 011 Shop: Big Sister: Homeroom President: L e a g u e Committee: ASB Representative: Red Cross Representa- tive: Hall Guard: Roll Checker. Loofi, Marcia Rae Commercial - League Hono Roll ti ig Sister: R011 Checker? Loski, Edward Lee Science Printing. Love, David Thomas Induxtrial Arts Traffic Squad: Grounds Squad. Loveioy, Richard Sidney Social Studies Homeroom President: Library Repre- sentative: Wrestling. Lowery, Loren Charles Sofia! Studifs Transferred from Lansing, Michigan. Band. Lundstrom, Gay Marie .S'z'imzcr Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll' 3 C's Bi Sister' Homeroom . I g , President: Roll Checker: ASB Repre- sentative: After-School Sports. Lundy, Muriel Mae Home Er0r1omz'r.r G 1 e e Club: League Representative: Gym Locker Monitor. Lyng, Virginia Lee Sfivzzcv Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent, Attendance Checker: Big Sister: News Representative: Library Worker: After-School Sports: Hall Guard: All- Activity Shield. McBride, Michael Delmar Scirncr Traffic Squad. McCadam, Daniel Harold Social Studies Freshman, B Squad Baseball, Basket- ball, McCammond, Donald Lee Jllatlzvnzafics News Representative: Freshman Foot- ball: VVrest1ing. McClintock, Ph' 'p Tallmadge Sczenre anis Cl b: ent Clu 3 Concert e1:iB d, Sp a Junior Sy ny: A B ve, Nom- in ti g Comml ee: ew epresenta- tive. McCollum, Mike Joseph ,S'Cic'm'c Homeroom President: Rifle Club. McDonald, John Allan lllatlwnzatirs Scholastic H o n o r Roll: Homeroorn Secretary. McDonald, Richard Allen Industrial Arts Transferred from P a s c 0. Freshman Baseball. McGhan, Deanna Kay Commercial League Honor Roll, 2 times: Girls' Gleeg Hall Guard. McKenzie, Alice Marie Commercial League Representative: Library Work- er: News Representative: After-School Sports: Big Sister: Aquettes. McKinlay, Delores Jean Commercial Girls' Glee: Doll Shop: Red Cross Rep- resentative: After-School Sports: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker. McLaughlin, Marilyn Jo Commercial League Honor Roll, 4 times: Home- r o o m Vice-President: League Repre- sentative: After-School Sports: Study Hall Roll Checker: Big Sister: ASB Representative: Red Cross Representa- tive: Office Worker: Doll Shop. McNee, John Eugene Social Studios Freshman Track: Varsity Track: War- riors: New s Representative: Home- room President. McPhee, Douglas Wayne Science Federation Representative: B S q u a d Football: Intramural Wrestling. McVay, Michael John Dennis Industrial Arts Freshman B S uad Varsit Football Q , Y , Baseball: l L i b r a r y Representative: Homeroom President. Magnuson, Philip Anthony Science Maloot, Dorothy Mae Art Doll Shop: Homeroom Secretary: Big Sister: Library Representative: After- School Sports: All-School Play. Marchioro, Joseph Eugene ,Uatlzcrnatics Marching Band: Concert Band: Rifle Club: B Squad Football. Martin, Charles Edwin Art Transrerred from Sioux City, Iowa. Scholastic Honor Roll: Stage Crew. Martin, Dennis Christian Science Homeroom President: Rifle Club. Martin, Richard George Social Studies Band: N e W s Representative: Tama- rack Representative. Mattie.,"Michael John Imlu.vf1'ial1fIrf.s' Mauney, Marian Lorraine Comzizcrcial Transferred from Uniontown, Perm- sylvania. Dasidrian: Thespians: Talent Club: All-School Plays: Doll Shop: Big Sister: After-School Sports. Maxwell, Evelyn Frances Commercial Library Representative: Hall Guard. Maybee, Beverly Joyce C071Vll'Zt,l't'l.0l Transferred from Ritzville. Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Math Club, Secretary: 3 C's: FTA: Red Cross Representative: League Representative. Mayer, Joseph Ervin Mathematics ASB Representative. Mellgren, Janice Kay Social Studirs Graduated in SV2 Years: League Honor R o l l: Tamarack Representative: Red Feathers: C o lo r Girls, Sergeant at Arms: L a ti n Club: Melody Capers: Doll Shop: Operetta: Orchestra: Big Sister: League Representative: After- S c h 0 o 1 Sports, All-Activity Shield: Library W o r k e r: Hall Guard: Roll Checker. Meloslavin, Olga Maria Foreign Languages League Honor Roll, 2 times: Doll Shop' After-School Sports: Library Worker: Junior Achievement: Red Cross Min- strel Show. Merica, Janna Gayle Foreign I,anguagv.f Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: League Secretary: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Spanish Club, Vice-Presi- dent, Treasurer: Vox Puellarum, Sec- retary: Commercial Club: Big Sister: Winter Music Festival: League Com- mittees: Homeroom President, Vice- President, Treasurer: ASB Representa- tive: News Representative: All-Activ- ity Shield, 1 Star: After-School Sports: Gym Office Monitor: Locker Monitor. Merica, Judith Glades Foreign Lmzguagvx Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 8 times: ASB Secretary: Junior Senator: Girls' State Delegate: Vox Puellarum: Commercial Club: Spanish Club, President, Secretary: Red Feath- ers, Historian Reporter: Aquettes: ASB Representative: Homeroom President: League Representative: C 0 1 o r Girls: All-Activity S h i e 1 d, 2 Stars: Winter Music Festival: Red Cross Representa- tive: Library Representative: Big Sis- ter: League Style Show: Softball Man- ager: Gym Office Worker: Rest Mon- itor: Dad and Daghter Banquet, Tick- et Chairman: League Honors Board: ASB Nominating Committee. Merrill, Paul Science Meusy, Marne Mae Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: Ticket Office: After-School Sports: Big Sister. Meyer, Ronald Tyrone Science Scholastic Honor Roll: Track: Golf Team. Meyers, Louise Theresa Commercial League Honor Roll: Library Worker: After-School Sports: 3 C's: Big Sister. Michliich, Roberta Lee Home Economics League Honor Roll: Doll Shop: Big Sister: H omeroom Treasurer: Red Cross Representative: ASB Represent- ative: Golf Team, Captain: Hall Guard: Towel Monitor: After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker: Convo- cation Scheduling Committee, Chair- man. Mickey, Nancy Lee Commercial League Representative: Roll Checker: Hall Guard: Big Sister: Gym Office Worker: After-School Sports. Miellce, Sandrea Mae Commcrcial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Color Girls: 3 C's: Amores Librorum: Big Sister: After- School Sports: All-Activity Shield. Mikoski, John Michael I1zdustrialArts Freshman, B Squad Football. Miller, Albert Lee Science Scholastic Honor Roll. Miller, Jerry Mullins Art Scholastic Honor Roll, Yell Leader, Thespians, President, 3 C's, Doll Shop, Student Director, Homeroom F i f t h Executive, Federation Representative, S c h o o 1 Plays, Library Worker, Roll Checker, Miller, Joe Anson I1zdu,.virialArts Miller, Marilu Janet Sofia! Studies Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, 6 times, News Staff, Advertising, Mailing, Red Feathers, FNA, Vice- President, Spanish Club, Vice-Presi- dent, Fifth Executive, Treasurer, Quill and Scroll, Doll Shop, Girls' Glee, ASB Nominating Commitee, ASB Rep- resentative, L e a g u e Representative, League Committees, Big Sister, Home- room Chairman, After-School Sports, All-Activity S h i e 1 d, 1 Star, Gym Office Monitor. Mills, Sally Vonne Srirfzrrr' Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, Color Girls, Red Feathers, Ser- geant at Arms, Spanish Club, Secre- tary, Sergeant at Arms, Vox Puel- larum, Sergeant at Arms, Big Sister, Homeroom Secretary, President, News Representative, After - School Sports, All-Activity Shield, 2 Stars, League Representative, Hall Guard, Miner, Claudia Jane .SUIUIIKT Scholastic Honor Roll, 2 times, League Honor Roll, 4 tirnes, Color Girls, Red Feathers, Debate, Doll Shop, Big Sis- ter, Homeroom Secretary, News Rep- resentative, Tennis Team, Cocaptain: After-School S p 0 r t s, All - Activity Shield, 3 Stars, Gym Office Worker: Bookroom Helper, Gym Office, Point Committee Chairman. Mingo, Marilyn Kay Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, 7 times, League Treasurer, News Staff, N e w s Editor, Tamarack Staff, Associate Editor, Senior Senator, Red Feathers, Color Girls, Vox Puellarum, President, Reporter, Quill and Scroll, Doll Shop, ASB Honors Board, ASB Convocation Scheduling Committee, ASB D a n c e Committee, Big Sister, Dad and Daughter Banquet Commit- tee, Homeroom Chairman, ASB Rep- resentative, L e a g u e Representative, Tamarack Representative, All-Activity Shield, 1 Star, After-School Sports, Gym Office Monitor, Locker Monitor, Senior Convocation Committee. Mitchell, William Lynn I11d1-Lsfrial Arts Transferred from Port Orchard, Wash- ington. Moe, Charles Roy Induslrial Arts Federation Representative, ASB Rep- resentative, Library Representative, Rifle Club, Intramural Basketball. Monaghan, Deanna .loy Commercial Tamarack Representative, S p a n i s h Club, Homeroom Vice-President, Hall Guard, After-School Sports, Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, Gym Monitor. Montgomery, Thomas Albert Jliatlirifiafifs Freshman Football, Rifle Club, Treas- urer, Math Club, Homeroom Vice- President, Federation Representative, Scholastic Honor Roll. Montour, Margaret Marie C,'mrz111v1'z'z'zzI Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, Amores Librorum, Secretary, Big Sister, 3 C's, Tamarack Representa- tive, After-School S p o r t s: Library Worker. Moran, Katherine Josephine llmm' limzzmizirx Scholastic 'donor Roll, League Honor Roll, News Staff, Red Feathers, Color Girls, Thespians, Treasurer, Spanish Club, Vice-President, Doll Shop, Op- eretta, Melody Capers, Orchestra, Big Sister, League Commitees, All-Activ- ity S h i e 1 d, Library Worker, After- School Sports, Morgan, Gall Marie SOCltl15flLd'lt'S Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 6 times: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Commercial Club: FTA: Doll Shop: Orchestra: Junior Symphony: Big Sister Committee: Cotton Ball Convocation Committee: Big S i s t e r: ASB Representative: League Repre- resentative: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield. Morris, Judy Lee Languagcx Transferred from West Valley. Scho- lastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Hall Guard: Big Sister: League Repre- sentative. Morse, Stanley Fritz Science Homeroom President: Tennis Team. Morse, Thomas Ea rl lllatfzclllcilics Transferred f r o m Wenatchee, Wash- ington. Scholastic Honor Roll. Mullen, Thomas Patrick I"m't'ign l,a11guagc.v Transferred from Gonzaga. Scholastic Honor Roll: Yell Leader, Chairman: Choir: Marching Band, Baton Twirler: Concert Band: FTA, Vice-President: Spanish Club, Treasurer, Sergeant at Arms: Latin Club: 3 C's: Doll Shop, Student Director: Amores Librorum: Homeroom President: Library Repre- sentative: Tamarack Representative: Federation Representative: Red Cross Representative: Vocational Conference, Chairman: Library Worker: Thespians: ASB Nominating Committee. Mullowney, Shirley Ann C0lll1ll1'l't'iIll Latin Club: Big Sister: ASB Repre- sentative: Hall Guard. Munro, Herbert Maury Science Scholastic Honor Roll: News S t a f f: ASB Representative: Freshman Foot- ball, Basketball: Homeroom President, Vice-President, Treasurer: News Rep- resentative: Tamarack Representative: Radio Club: ASB Committee Chair- man. gal? lVlcbW' 0 N Nebergall, Bob Earl Social Studies Doll Shop: Orchestra: Special Band: Concert Band: 3 C's. Nelson, Frank Edviarcl Science Varsity Basketball: B Squad Baseball: Freshman Baseball. Nelson, Richard Paul .S'ocia1Studies Ness, Lawrence Campbell Foreign Languages Varsity Football, Basketball, Baseball, Track: B Squad Football, Basketball: Choir: H o m e r o o m President, Vice- President: Latin Club. Nessler, William Frank Social Studics ASB Representative: Marching Band: Concert Band: B Squad Track. Neuman, Sharon Veta Science Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 6 times: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Commercial Club: D oll Shop: Midwinter Festival: League Commit- tee: Big Sister: Homeroom President, Secretary: ASB Representative: After- School Sports: League Representative: All-Activity Shield, l Star: Homeroom Roll Checker: Hall Guard. Nichols, Lola Jeanne Home EL'01l0'l?ll't'X 3 C's: Library W o r k e r: Orchestra: News Representative. 45 Nicholson, Judy Ann Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 8 times: News Staff, Business Manager: Tamarack Staff, Senior Ed- itor: Freshman Senator: Red Feathers: C o 1 or Girls: Vox Puellarum, Treas- urer: Commercial Club, Vice-Presi- dent: Quill and Scroll: Spanish Club: Doll Shop: ASB Election Committee: Big Sister: Homeroom Secretary: ASB Representative: Red Cross Representa- tive: League Representative: A f t e r - School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 1 Star: Hall Guard: Study Hall Roll Checker: Gym Office Worker: Student Court Secretary. Spring-Quill and Scroll Treasurer: League Style Show Committee Chairman: Senior Commit- tee. Nielsen, Louis Timothy .Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: B Squad Foot- ball: Freshman Football, Basketball: Homeroom President. Nilcotich, George Savo Scieiice Federation Vice-President, Department Head: Central Council: Warriors, Sec- retary, Treasurer: 3 C's: Cross-Coun- try: Track: ASB Committee: Federa- tion Committee: Homeroom President: ASB Representative: News Representa- tive: Intramural Sports. Noble, Carol Ann Home Economics Big Sister: Hall Guard: After-School Swim. Nolan, Donald Louis Iiidiisti'ial Arts Stage Crew, Nord by, Mary Lou Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Spanish Club: Aquettes: Com- mercial Club: Doll Shop: Big Sister: Golf Team, Captain: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Library Worker: Hall Guard. Nordlund, Robert Science Transferred from Gonzaga. Ice Skat- ing: Varsity Track. Nunn, Errol Stanley Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Choir. Ogg, Riclna rd Lee Social Studies Transferred from Modesto, California. Varsity Tennis. Oien, Jerold Edward Iiidiistrial A ifts Band: Library Representative. Olson, Ned Arthur Social Studies Federation Representative: B S q u a d Football: Varsity Football: T r a c k: Warriors. Overholser, William Harold Indzi.vtrialA1t.r Federation President, Vice-President: News Representative: Warriors: Var- sity, B Squad Football: Varsity, B Squad Track: Sports-for-All, H e a d: Homeroom President, Vice-President: Federation Representative: All - City Track: All-State Track. Oves-on, Deanna Mae Commercial Transferred fr o m Gunnison, Utah. Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Tamarack Staff, Associate Editor: Red Feathers: C o l o r Girls: Melody Capers: Orchestra: ASB Convocation Scheduling Committee: League Repre- sentative: Big Sister: Homeroom Sec- retary: League Representative: After- School Sports: All-Activity S h i e l dz Gym Office Worker: L e a g u e Style Show: News Staff: Senior Committee: Library Representative. Page, Carole Rosealie Home Economics League Honor Roll, 2 times: Library Representative: Gym Office Monitor. Pallcman, Lynne Marlene Home Economics After-School Sports: Big Sister: Red Cross Representative: League Honor Roll: All-Activity Shield: Roll Check- er: ASB Representative: Concession Counter. Pankey, Darlene Gayle C 0 m m vrclal Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Girls' Glee: Big Sister: Home- room Secretary: After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker. Pariso, Anna Mary Sofia! Studies Transferred from Marycliff. Big Sister. Parlcison, Patricia May Commcrfial Transferred from Otis Orchards. Parr, Bonnie Lee Commercial Debate: FTA, Treasurer: S p a ni s h Club: 3 C's: Doll Shop: Melody Capers: Glee Club: Big Sister: ASB Repre- sentative: L e a g u e Representative: After-School Sports: Library Worker. Parton, Leslie Covell Sof'ialS'l1id1rs Doll Shop Orchestra: Concert Band: Marching Band: Special Band: Pep Band: Homeroom Secretary. r'ayne, Gary Lee Industrial Arts Homeroom Vice-President. Pearson, Roger Curtis Industrial Arts B Squad Football: B Squad Basket- ball: Homeroom Vice-President, Sec- retary: ASB Representative. 4 l Jrflf Peavy, Clara Merle M Cominrrffial fl i Transferred from Oxffigi, Flair fCaro- lina. ' V J Kf Pederson, Daniel Matthews Sciencv Freshman Basketball: Marching Band: Gym Monitor: Radio Club: Concert Band: Band Librarian: Homeroom Roll Checker: Doll Shop: Color Guard, Pein, Anne Marie Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Color Guard: Commercial Club, Treasurer: L a t i n Club: Big Sister: Homeroom Chairman: Tamarack Rep- resentative: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield: Gym Office Worker. Perry, Janice lrene lllathvmatirs tive Peterson, Dennis Lee V Mathematirx Varsity Football: B Squad Football, Baseball: Freshman Football, Basket- ball: Freshman Track: Warriors: Homeroom President: News Repre- sentative: ASB Representative: Fed- eration Representative. Peterson, LaVonne Elizabeth Commzwfial Girls' Glee: Big S i s t e r: Homeroom Secretary: League Representative: Roll Checker: After-School Sports: Junior Achievement. V .g , . Xi .JV 'tl 4 wap., ,- swf ,,. .V .3 47 Phelps, Gayle Charleen Home Economics Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, .4 times: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: Big Sister: League Representative: After - School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 1 Star: Gym Office Worker. Phipps, Robert Raymond Social Studie: News Representative: Hall G u a r d: Photography Staff: Boys' Glee. Pilant, Lloyd Sfimce Freshman Football: ASB Representa- tive: Library Representative. Pintler, Adrian Revelle Mallzematics Transferred f r o m Kennewick, Wash- ington. Junior Band: Marching Band. Plastino, Fred Allen I11du.vfr'ialflr!r Pledger, Willean Donna Couuncrcial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 2 times: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Gym Office Worker: Library Worker: League Representative: Red Cross Representative: Big Sister: News Staff: After-School Sports: All-Activ- ity Shield, 1 Star: Doll Shop: League Committee: Tamarack Representative: Football Convocation. Poole, Jim LeRoy Comuwrrial Transferred from Arcata, California. B Squad Football: Cross-Country: Track. Por+er, James Bryant Social Studies B Squad Baseball, Football, Basket- ball: Varsity Baseball, Football, Track: Choir: Hall Guard: Warriors: Tama- rack Representative: Boys' Glee: Win- ter Music Festival: Spring Concert: Intramural Sports. Poutre, Jeniene Bernice Foreign Langimgvs Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 6 times: Red Feathers, Secretary: Latin Club, Secretary, Vice-President: FNA, Vice-President, President: Span- ish Club: ASB Honor Board: Big Sis- ter: Homeroom President: ASB Repre- sentative: League Representative: All- Activity Shield: Library Representa- tive: Doll Shop. Pratt, William Gorden Music Choir: B Squad Football, Baseball. Pringle, Darrell, Lee I Mduxtrial Arts Varsity Track. Provost, Darlene Ethel CO17HlIC'7'C'iI1I Transferred f r om Camp Younghans, vlapan. Pruitt, Vicki Lynn Sfivzzfe League Honor Roll, 4 times: Debate: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: Homeroom President: N e W s Repre- sentative: Tennis Team: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Big Sister: Gym Office Worker: L e a g u e Style Show: Dad-Daughter Banquet. Qualls, Earlene Janice Conimcrcirzl League Honor Roll: Big Sister: After- S c h o 0 1 Sports: All-Activity Shield: Ticket Office Worker: Hall G u a r dg Nurse's Office Worker. Quam, Paul David Social Studies Marching Bandg Special Bandg Pep Band, ASB Representative: Homeroom Secretary. Quist, Betty lrue ,l Jllilmic 1 fl Doll , 0 ' r M u sic Festival: Spri ' 4 n oirg Three Fives: Te Li , llGirls' Gleeg Gym Mo or. l If ' Quist, Helen Patricia Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 6 timesg Red Feathers, Chairman, Color Girlsg Commercial Club, Secre- taryg Latin Club, Secretaryg ASB Honors Boardg Big Sisterg Homeroom President, Vice-Presidentg News Rep- resentative: After-School Sportsg All- Activity Shieldg Gym Office Worker. Rainbolt, David Harold Mathematics Rifle Club. Ralston, Richard Delano I11dustrialAr'ts Ramsey, Sally Jo Foreign Languages Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Big Sister: Golf Teamg All-Activ- ity Shield: Hall Guard. Randall Perle Mathematics V3I'S1t B S uad Football' Student n . -N.. -1, ' y. q . - 1- Courtg Traffic Squad. I. 'XL' Rater, Thomas Allen Social Studies B Squad Track: Homeroom President Industrial Arts Q Transferred from C ic pee, as ac - setts. Reeti, Ronald Rus e r Regis, John Charles Science Scholastic Honor Roll. Reichert, Wayne DeVere Art Homeroom Vice-President. Reynolds, Frank Ga ry Induxtrial Art: Rhea, Philip Reed Social Studies Marching Bandg Concert Band, Spa! cial Band. Richter, Joyce Annette A Commercial Big Sisterg ASB Representative. Rlegel, Dan Allen 6 7 Matlzutxzratuxr 1 Scholastic Honor Roll, News Staff, Ecl- itor-in-Chief, Managing Editor, Sports Editor, Debate: Freshman Football, Baseball, B Squad Football, Baseball, Quill and Scroll, Vice-President, Math Club, Treasurer, Latin Club, ASB Nominating Comrnitee, Library Rep- resentative: News Representative, Fed- eration Rerpesentative. Spring-Quill and Scroll President, Junior Press lub. Riggins, Lynn Myron Iizclinrtrial Arts Varsity Basketball, Manager, Varsity Football, Manager, Homeroom Presi- dent. Ritchie, Kenneth Clark M zzxi c Special Band: Marching Band, Con- cert Band, Winter Music Festival. Rizzuto, Tom Marvin S0cia1St1,tdies Varsity Football, Baseball, B Squad Football. Baseball. Robnett, David Lee Mathematics Scholastic H o n o r' Roll, Homeroom President. Rockwell, Patti Jo C01n1uercial Girls' Glee, President, Big Sister. Rodgers, Timmie James Mathematics ASB Representative, Horneroom Presi- dent, Spanish Club, Scholastic Honor Roll, Library Representative, N e w s Representative, Intramural Sports. W 5 Roland, Eddie Donald ,llr1l1zcmatic.x' Rollis, Judith Rae Co rmnercial Scholastic Honor Roll, League Honor Roll, ASB Representative, Hall Guard, Gym Office Worker. Rowley, Fred Chester Ind1txtriatArts Rowley, Howard Harold I1ld1t.rtriaIA rtx Intramural Sports, Ruby, Kathleen Marie C01n1ne1'ctal Graduated in BV2 Y e a r s, Scholastic Honor Roll, L e a g u e Honor Roll, Library Representative, Red C r o s s Representative, Tennis. Rudnick, Floyd Stevens lllatltcmatics Scholastic Honor Holl, Senior Senator, Art Club, Amores Librorum, Math Club, Vice-President. Sandall, Richard Ralph ' Science Transferred from Lewis and Clark: Scholastic Honor Roll. Saunders, Alber+a Kathryn Crmznwrfial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: Tamarack Staff, Home- room Editor: News Staff: Red Feath- ers: FNA, Vice-President, Secretary: League Representative: After - School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Doll Shop: Hall Guard: Library Representative. Schlenker, Gloria Ann . S0cialStudics I Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Latin Club: Winter Music Festival :f Tamarack ,Representa- tive: Library Representative: A f t e r - School Sports: Library Worker: Gym Office Worker: BigSister: Gym Office Monitor: Doll Shop. Schlueier, Gary Rollin Industrial Arts Schroeder, Carol Mae Commcrfial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: After-School Sports: Big Sister: Library Worker: Gym Monitor: Art Club. Schumacher, Marilyn Joyce Social Studirs ASB Representative: All-School Plays: Big Sister. Schuster, Beverly Jean Com mercial League Honor R oll: Library Repre- sentative: News Representative: Big Sister: Homeroom Attendance Clerk: Gym Monitor: Library Worker. N ommcf al hola ti onor ll: League Honor 0 4 Sister Tamarack epre at ve d Cross Representa 11, ' CS: ' 2 tive:', ter-gi, ol Sports: Hall Guard. wei+zen.Jyan Begerly Selby, John Richard Commercial Varsity Tennis. Seiy, Michael Lee I,a11y1mg4'.x' Transferred from Gonzaga. Sharp, Diane Sofia! Studies 3 Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: Debate: Spanish Club: Thespians: Big Sister: Dasidrian, Sec- retary: After-School Sports: All-Activ- ity Shield: Junior Achievement: Hall Guard. Shelly, Pauline Virginia .4 rt News Representative. Sheridan, Barbara Jean Commercial League Honor Roll, 4 times: Big Sis- ter: After-School Sports: Roll Check- er: Library W o r k e r: Gym Office Worker Shriver, Edward Ray illatlzvmatifs Freshman Baseball: Rifle Club: Con- cert Band: Marching Band: Special Band: Intramural Basketball. Skaife, Howard Newton f Jllatlzmnatiav Math Club: Latin Club. X fa.. 3 w 51 " ' Z' g r ...Nr 52 Slentz, Fred Alvin Social Studies Thespians, Vice -President: All-School Play. Slentz, William Nelson Art Bookroom Worker. Sloan, Shirley Jean Commercial sentative: Girls' Gleeg Checker: Lib r a r y Smith, Cleonice Marie Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 4 times: Red Feathers: League D a n c e Committee, Publicity Chair- man: Big Sister: H o m e r o o m Vice- President. Treasurer: Golf Team: A11- Activity Shield: After-School Sports. Smith, Gayle Charlene Commercial League Honor Roll: Spanish Club: Doll Shop: L e a g u e Representative: Golf Team: After-School Sports: Hall Guard: Roll Checker: Big Sister. Smith, Geraldine Frances Art League Honor Roll: Big Sister. Smith, Lois Elaine Mu.ric Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 8 times: Red Feathers: Color Girls: FTA, Secretary, Treasurer: 3 C's, Fifth Executive, Secretary: Amores Librorum: Doll Shop: Choir: Three Fives: Winter Festival: Spring Festival: Big Sister: All-Activity Shield: Library Representative: News Representative: After-School Sports: Roll Checker. Spring-3 C's President. Smyth, Sharon Rae Commercial Homeroom Vice-President: L 1 b r a r y Worker: Junior Achievement. Snedclen, Terry Dale Social Studies ASB Representative. Snow, Clittord Henry Industrial Arts Freshman Track. Sonderen, Anita Louise C07?'i'HZfC7'C'l!ll League Honor Roll, 4 times: Big Sister: Red Feathers: Tamarack Representa- tive: Library Representative: Tennis Team: After-School Sports: All-Activ- ity Shield: Library W o r k e r: Roll Checker. Squires, Nancy Elizabeth Social Studies Transferred fr om Pocatello, Idaho. Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 2 times: Red Feathers: Commer- cial Club: Latin Club: Girls' Glee: Big Sister: Spring Music Festival: League Representative: Vox Puellarum. Stannard, Janet Sue Commercial Transferred from Odessa, Washington. Stahl, Roland Walter .Social Studies Homeroorn President: Federation Rep- resentative. Stautter, Marilyn Marie COHI7I1l'7'L'llll League Honor Roll, 2 times: Doll Shop: Girls' Glee, Vice-President: A f t e r - School Sports: Hall Guard: Nurse's Office Worker: Big Sister. Steorts, Larry Edward Ilzduxtrinl Arts Stage Crew. Stewart, Charles Edwin llfaflzematics Varsity Baseball, Football, Basketball, Manager: Freshman Baseball, Basket- b all, Manager: Warriors, Secretary, Treasurer: ASB Representative: News Representative: Traffic Squad: Cafe Cashier: Grounds Squad. Stewart, Sally .lo .4 rf League Honor Roll, 2 times: Tamarack Art Staff: Doll Shop: ASB Representa- tive: After-School Sports: Hall Guard: 'Big Sister. Strand, Gerald Corwyn .llafllzwnalifs Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB President, Vice-President: Junior Senator: Boys' State: Varsity Tennis: Warriors: ASB Committees: Federation Department Head: Homeroom President, Vice- President: ASB Representative: Stu- dent Court, Defense Attorney. Strand, Sandra Lou Finn Arts Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 8 times: News Staff, Feature Page Editor, Associate Editor: Junior Press Club: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Art Club, Vice-President: Vox Puel- larum: Quill and Scroll: Doll Shop, Student Chairman: Homeroom Chair- man: League Representative: After- School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 2 Stars: ASB Convocation Scheduling Committee, Nominating Committee: Dad-Daughter Banquet: Gym Office Worker: League Office Worker: Big Sister: League Honors Board, Chair- man: League Point Chairman: League Style Show: PTA Vaudeville Show: Nlidwinter Music Festival: Junior Citi- zen of the Year. Sundberg, LeRoy Edwin Industrial Arfx ASB Representative: Tamarack Rep- resentative: Tamarack Photography Staff. ffmf - if f Sutclitte, Connie Luayne Commerrial League Dance Committee: Big Sister: Homeroom Secretary: ASB Represent- ative: Library Worker: Hall Guard. 0 1 1 V . 'V Switze ,Mar Jo fl , , ill 1. -' ' ' I W f Tep i h :ghd ree Fives: AS R s tatwe: ws Represent- ative: l uard: Bi Sister: Locker Monitor: Winter Festival: Girls' Glee, President. Syler, Sharon Darleen Commerrial League Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: Color Girls: Library Represent- ative: News Representative: All-Ac- tivity Shield, 2 Stars: After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker: Winter Festival: Big Sister. Tabatt, Carol Ann Helen Art Library Worker: League Honor Roll: Study Hall Roll Checker. Tatum, Phyllis Ann Commercial League Honor Roll: Homeroom Sec- retary: ASB Representative: Library Representative: Study Hall Roll Check- er: Library Worker. Thomas, Fern Lorene Home Ec0nomic.v Big Sister: L e a g u e Representative: Library Worker. Thomas, Robert Grover I11du.virialA1'Ix Homeroom Sergeant at Arms, Presi- dent, Treasurer: Freshman Basketball, Track: B Squad Basketball: Varsity Basketball: Tamarack Representative: Grounds Squad: Library Worker. Wifi Thomas, William Everett .Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Concert Band: Special Band. Thompson, Beverley Jean Commercial Color Girls: Homeroom Treasurer: Big Sister: Hall Guard. Thompson, Carol .lean Commercial Big Sister: After-School Sports. Thompson, Charlotte Ann Commercial Tamarack Representative: Homeroom President, Vice-President: L e a g u e Winter Concert: Choir: League Honor Roll. Thue, Donley Bruce Science Scholastic Honor Roll: Doll Shop: Con- cert Band: Marching Band: Tamarack Representative: Tumbling. Trent, Warren ScoH' lllallzcmatics Radio Club. Toombs, Carl Delbert Science Tamarack, News Staff Photographer: Freshman Football Manager: L a t i n C 1 u b: Homeroom President: N e w s Representative: Tamarack Representa- tive. Tucker, Arthur Leroy Science Convocation Deputy: ASB Representa- tive: Tye, Michael Boyd Maflmmafics Scholastic Honor Roll: Varsity Foot- ball, Basketball, Baseball: B Squad Football, Basketball, Baseball: Federa- tion Council Treasurer. Tyler, Donald Raymond 1IllZ'llA'l'J'l.Gl A rts Uhden, Wilma Anne Home Economics Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Com- mercial Club: Doll Shop: Operetta: Melody Capers: Winter Music Festival: Orchestra: Scholarship Committee: Big Sister: ASB F r i e n d 1 y Committee: Homeroom President, Vice-President: League Representative: After - School Sports: All - Activity S h i e l d: Gym Office Worker. Unger, Karolyn Lee Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: News Staff, Assistant News Ed- itor, Girls' Sports Editor: Red Feath- ers, Chairmang Color Girls: Commer- cial Club, President: Quill and Scroll: Doll Shop: Big Sister: Homeroom President: A11-Activity Shield: Library Representative: League Representa- tive: Tennis Team: Gym Office Work- er. Van Amburgh, Billie Frances Ari L e a g u e Honor Roll: Tamarack Art Staff: Spanish Club: Doll Shop: Big Sister: League Representative: N e W s Representative: After- School Sports: Library Worker: Hall Guard: Gym Office Worker. Vandervert, Don Charles I7ldZl.YlI'1'GlAI'l.Y Red Cross Representative. fbllg VanderWal, Thomas .lay Science Federation Vice-President: Latin Club, Fifth Executive: Marching Band: Con- cert Band: Special Band: Head Drum M a j o 1: Homeroom President, Vice- President: ASB Representative: Fed- eration Representative: Tennis. VanLeuven, Robert Maynard Mathematics Radio Club. Vawter, Frank Wesley .S cmncc Scholastic Honor Roll: B Squad Foot- ball: Varsity Tennis: Latin Club, Pres- ident: Special Band: Concert Band: Dixielandersg Boys' S t a t e Delegate: Student Finance Committee: S e n i 0 r Reception Committee: Vocational Con- ference Chairman: PTA Vaudeville Show: Student Court Prosecuting At- torney: ASB Representative: Federa- tion Department Head: Drum Major: Election Commission Chairman: Sen- ior Class President. Vincent, Waldby, William Francis Industrial Arts B Squad Baseball: Rifle Club. Waldman, Mel Paul Sofia! Studia.: Transferred f r o rn Gonzaga. Varsity Track. Walker, Barbara lean Matliematirs Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: League Secretary: Big S i s t e r Committee: L e a g u e Representative: Homeroom President, Vice-President: Tamarack Representative: News Rep- resentative: Tennis Team: Golf Team: After-School Sports: Hall Guard: All- Activity Shield: Girls' League Sextet: Doll Shop Lead, Wallace, James Arthur Social Studies News Representative: Grounds Squad. Walsh, Corrine Lee Commercial Transferred from Union, I n d i a n a. Scholastic Honor Roll: Big Sister, Warinner, Byron Congdon Illatlmmatics Transferred from Seattle. B Squad Football, Basketball. Warren, Roger Bliss Indurtrial A rtr Intramural Basketball. Watson, Gary Edward Matlwmaiifs Transferred from Walla Walla. Arna- teur Radio Club. Marching Band. Watson, Janet Amy Scisnfe Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Color Girls, Sergeant at Arms: Doll Shop: Orchestra: ASB Election Committee: Big Sister: ASB Repre- sentative: News Representative: After- School Sports: Hall Guard: Gym Office Monitor. Watt, Paul Hugh Science i i l M' at 3 A ,-- . --rf,-,,:-H, ., ..1 -2, s, .. H., ' ns. Q- ,r-.:..m..ras:1.f' 1 ,X ii. rrw-fi XX is ' , 2 -.ai Wayland, Bill Clark Industrial Arts Marching Band: 3 C's, President. Weatherwax, Ronald Edwarcl Industrial Arts Freshman Football. Webster, Richard Eugene Sofia! Studies Homeroom President, Vice-President: ASB Representative: ASB Convoca- tions: Latin Club: Thespians: School Plays: Debate. Weddle, Sandra Mae C0ll1fHl'Gl'Cllll Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: News Staff, T a in a r a c k Staff, Bookkeeper, Business Manager: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Amores Libror- um, Vice-President: 3 C's, Secretary: Quill and Scroll: Big Sister: ASB Rep- resentative: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield: Library Worker. Weishaar, Barbara Adelle Commercial League Honor Roll: Doll Shop: Big Sister: ASB Representative: A f t e r - School Sports: Gym Office Worker. Welch, Barbara Louise Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Tamarack Staff, Horneroom Edi- tor: News Staff: Red Feathers: FNA, Treasurer: After-School Sports: Hall Guard: League Style Show: Doll Shop. Welch, Don Lee S'C1'f'11flf T al e n t Club, Treasurer, President: Homeroorn Treasurer. ,por ir Werner, Alvin John Industrial Arts B Squad Football: ASB Representative. West, Arlene Applegate Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: News Staff: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Amores Librorum: FNA: Doll Shop: Winter Festival: Big Sister: Li- brary Representative: League Repre- sentative: After-School Sports: All-Ac- tivity Shield: Gym Office Worker: Tennis Team: Tamarack Representa- tive. West, Eilene Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: News Staff: Red Feathers: Color Girls: 3 C's, Treasurer: FNA: Doll Shop: Melody Capers: League Commit- tees: Big Sister: League Representa- tive: T en n i s Tfe a m: After-School Sports: All-, S ield, 3 Stars. 2 M- 7 V ,fl-ff if A : : West, Pat Evan .Sforial Sfitdics X Transferred from G 0 n z a g a. Stage Crew, Westtall, Theodore Royce Science Homeroom President. Wheeler, Howard Eugene IlIlZ1M.YlI'l'Hl Arts Stage Crew. White, Kenneth Ray Izzclitstrial Arts Federation President: Junior Senator: Varsity Football: B Squad ,Football, Basketball, Track, Baseball: Federa- tion Representative: Homeroom Presi- dent: Warriors. Whittier, James Leroy Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: ASB Representative: Latin Club: Thespians: All-School Plays: Christmas Pageant. Wickman, James Aaron lllatlicmatifs Band. Wilcox, Gordon Martin ' l lllallzcmatics Latin Club: Feder .L 5 .1 x e Committee: AS '-a -1 t' , Cleanup Committee, -' dent .1 r- man: Scholastic Hon o11: B '. uad Baseball: Tamarac Q Represe ii : Y 1 V! lf I N Talent Club, Ho oo , L- ent: I if . . 1 K ve Doll Shop March of irnes Con Wilkes, Charles Edward I1Ldzi.vz'rialArt.v Varsity Football, Basketball, Baseball: B Squad Football, Basketball, Baseball: Freshman Football, Basketball, Base- ball: Warriors: Homeroom President, Vice-President: News, Red Cross, Li- brary Representative: Federation Rep- resentative. Williams, Dianna Kay Commercial After-School Sports: Nurse's Office Monitor. Williams, Margaret Elaine Commercial Transferred from Pasadena, California. Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll. Williams, Sandra Lea S0l'l.!llSl1lCl,iPS Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Debate: FTA: Doll Shop: Melody Capers: Choir: Three Fives: T e p e e Lighters: Girls' Gleeg Big Sister: ASB Representative: Homeroom Secretary: Tamarack Representative: A f t e r - S c h 0 o l Sports: League Convocation Committee: Winter Festival. Wilson, Diane Caryl Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Varsity Debate: C ol 0 r Girls: 3 C's: Big Sister: Homeroom President: T i c k e t Office Worker: All-Activity Shield: After-School Sports. Wittstruck, Diane Joy Commercial After-School Sports: Hall Guard: Big Sister. Wohlers, Richard William l11du.vtrialArt.v Transferred from McLoughlin, Wash- ington. Wolfe, Dorothea Dale Commercial Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Amores Librorum, Treasurer: 3 C's: Big Sister: Tamarack Repre- sentative: Red Cross Representative: After-School Sports Library Worker: Roll Checker. Wolfe, Larry .S'cic1lcc Freshman Football: ASB Representa- tive: Homeroom Treasurer. Woodbury, Jack Calvin Iudu.vtrial Arts Marching Band: Concert Band: Spe- cial Band: Tamarack Representative. Woodbury, Karol Kay Commrrcial I Scholastic Honor Roll: Leag onor Roll: Red Feathers: Color s oll Shop: League Committ e: g i er: Homeroom President, T rer: m- arack Representative: Cros ep- resentative: L e a g u pres 've: Library Representati Te n eam: T e n n i s Letter: Aft r-Sch ports: A11-Activity S ie : Libr orker: Hall Guard: C cati n ty. Workman, Ariine Judy Art Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 2 times: Art Club, President, Vice - President: After - School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Big Sister: Home- room Vice-President: Library Repre- sentative: News Representative: Li- brary Worker: Science Fair Honors. Worthington, Lois Ann Foreign Languages Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, 8 times: News Staff: Tamarack S t a f f, Senior Editor: Spanish Club: Commercial Club: D oll Sh o p: Big Sister: Homeroom President, V i c e - President: ASB Representative: Tama- rack Representative: Library Repre- sentative: League Representative: Li- brary Worker: Locker Monitor: Study Hall Roll Checker: Hall Guard: After- School Sports: League Style Show. Wyndham, Barbara Ann Sorialfludics Transferred from St. Louis, Montana. Red Cross Representative. Seniors Not Pictured in the Tamarack: Young, Richard John Science Spanish Club: Ice Skating. Zehm, Anita Home Economics Tennis Team: Library Worker: League Honor Roll: D011 Shop: Big Sister: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Study Hall Roll Checker. Zimmerman, Agnes Science Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: News Staff, Girls' Sports Editor: Red Feathers: Color Girls, Chairman: Quill and Scroll: Latin Club: Doll Shop, Prompter: Melody Capers: Girls' Glee, Secretary: Spring Music Festival: Christmas Concert: Big Sister: Home- room Roll C h e c k e r: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 2 Stars: Hall Guard: Gym Office Worker: Gym Towel Monitor. Marie Glen Larry Hansel Darrel Gustafson James Raney Ken Rew x CA! A if Zcfeaf f ,Z Q fewff ,- V x L, 4444! , V I Q7 - I ' Q ' cl! x-ff-L, f WZ tb P M X if ' f il I V 7 . o , ' 1 lb ' V' X R if , --J ' f ,Z ZLL 58 V. 1' A-,4A.fL. YL' 2114! -tag. mr -4-Q, .wa-Q., at C3- M.. vb in .1 i f V 1- ,,,v V ' ' . . . . - "'Z D Q It 1 , . 4 . . w . . . if , 1 -W gj - Q, 1'1" ' 2- A' , A g 5 . 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Second row: Lanny Anderson, Bob Dickey, Augustine Tanner, Carol Gutenberg, Judy Seymour, Marie Powell, Mr. Barnard, Back row: Doug Irwin, Dennis Kane, Gilbert Lowery, Barry Roff, Don Biesen, Gordon Smith, Ken Wiedmer 62 xx wr MR 1 Front row: Patty Greear, Linda Snyder, Claudette Kuch, Carol Jean Ellis, Clarice Anderson, Sherry ' Campbell, Russell Bishop, Judy Oty. Second row: Jan Trull, Judy Abernathy, Linda O'Flynn, Irene Sherwood, Dan Stansbury, Larry McRae, Floyd Cappy Amsden, Dennis Beals, Mr. Chandler. Back row: Gay Gutshall, Elaine Hingston, Marvin Novak, Larry Hawkins, Bob Shugert, Phillip Lorenzen, Fred Herrlinger, Roger Clausen, Earl Moe MR 1 Front row: Carolyn Lee, Carol Edge, Liz, Hassell, Mary Lou Stevens, Margaret Howard, Viola West, ' Lorelei Lang, Marlene Knight, Second row: Phyllis Stalick, Marilyn Lewis, Kathy Howard, Barbara Lussier, Janice O'Conner, Linda Russell, Shirley Moore, Nancy Daziber, Delores Logan, Mr. Danielson. Back row: Mike Craggett, John Gracio, Clark Patrick, Larry Merriman, Gerry lvlehlort, Laverne Stone, Roger Pence, Roger Bass, Art Duns- worth, Ron Turner, Gene Davis, Ron LaLonde L NM. ,MMG Front row: Marilyn I-Iundeby, Laura Severn, Cheri1yn,Darroch, Doris Fry, Lynn Kirnberling, Glenys Bowles, ' Alma Coder, Nancy Mix. Second row: Norman Jones, Bob Clark, Janice Botts, Glenda Davison, Janine Gratton, Joayne Oliveri, Larry Vandervert, Mr. Davis, Back row: Dick Fry, Jack Lindberg, Allan Goetz, Richard Langevin, Steve Sipe, Dick Wunderlich, Kay Anderson, Duff McKee, Barry Solem, David Van Hersett 63 MR - Front row: Lydia Kuehl, Huberta Kinney, Beverly Mathis, Ann Fernalld, Peggy Greenfield, Martha ' ' Russell, Charlene Renfro. Second row: Mr. Dickinson, Dick Throm, Kelly Hill, Ryan Montgomery, Della Smith, Karen Bodley, Rosi Bonnell, Sandra Sprecher, Iryll Holm, Daisy Johnson. Back row: Bob Egger, Doug Goodrich, Gary Tewinkel, Pete Praetorius, Larry Nelgoe, George Adams, Farrel Romig, Jim McKay, Gerald Swain, Bob Byers Front row: Dianne Smith, Diane Peterson, Janet Brandt, Julie Mickey, Alma Kellbcrg, Pat Harris, ' Joy Schultz, June Robinson, Gwen Hallin. Second row: Georgia Horley, Judy Barratt, Gary Anderberg, Gene Erickson, Glenda Gillespie, Audrey Butts, Marshall Reynolds, Bob Leonard, Don Bass, Mrs. Dunphy. Back row: James Tierney, Phil Thompson, Bill Watson, Bob Moore, George Grier, Ray Powis, Jack Holmes, Dennis Collins, Fred Mielke, Lance Higgens MR T 2 Front row: Ramona Davis, Joyce Rouse, Judy Plein, Marcia Neumann, 'Janet Reece, Virginia Gomness, ' Bobbie Applegate. Second row: Johnny Wright, Bob Clemenson, Ronald Tipke, Lanny Ellsworth, Mike McI.nally, Rexter Brown, Mr. Graham. Back row: Dennis McCoy, Glen Harbison, Thorton Smith, Raymond Mayther, Bill Bruce, Ernie McLeish, Gary Smith, John Larson 64 MR .1 Front row: Janice Mast, Judy Stempel, Marjorie Robinson, Elaine Scott, Doris Smith, Sandra Glidden ' Marie Peterson, Muriel Bliss. Second row: Dick Hurnes, Don Cox, Betsy Noonan, Beverly Donley Marilyn Daly, JoAnne Olson, Marjorie Stockton, Blake Johnson, Mr. Griswold. Back row: Bill Heinz, Harold Thorsen, Ron Smith Jim Price, George Hedemark, Dennis Magner, Larry Kingen, Arth r Plath, Lionell Greenwood, Gebhart Harke - Front row: Delores Easter, Ann Galloway Carol Gates, Judy Mead, JoAnne Thomas, Myrnf MR' Paulson, Lela Hacking. Second row: Philin Oliver, Donna Ochsner, Alice Allen, Jackie Gerlj Janice Bixby, Kay Kelley, Karen Pickett, Mr, Holmes. Back row: Jerome Keller, Dick Costello, Billy Graf, David Karn, Don Middaugh Larry Christensen, Gary Brower, Bob Bjornstad, Mike McKinney, Marvin Erdmann 1 I Front row: Diane Still, Beverly Aronson, Bob McKinney, Karen Anderson, Barbara Bennett., Leone Gross, Charlene Slosser, Janet Murken. Second row: Sharon Anderson, Dean Benson, Gordon Upham, Irene Bussard, Judy Reilly, Brenda Wilson, Dave Ricketts, Daryl Bredeson, Harold Lyons, Miss McKenna. Back row: Jerry . Strain, Mike McCoy, John Johnson, Frank Harrison, Kieth Miller, Marvin Franz, Paul Feak 65 1 Front row: John Phillips, Jackie Brooks, Jean Thueson, Liana Peterson, Nancy Johnson, Dorothy Rudisile, A Carol Briscoe, Gail Gray. Second row: Dwayne Schnettler, Judy Davis, Joelle Lyons, Jean Miner, Carol Harding. George Solandros Wes Tschirgi, Joe Paulson, Mr. McNew. Back row: Rod Miles, Darrell Bowen, Don Kolb, Dave Green, Dale Mickus, Gary Nelson, Brody Conklin, Dale Albright 1 Front row: Lois Morlan, Julie Womach, Phyllis Fix, Donna Lindstrom, Heather Richardson, Georgia Mack, Jeannie Walters, Delavana Duty, Frank Pasco. Second row: Douglas Campbell, Martin Hanson, Wayne Johnson. Joyce Hegna, David King, Ronald Barber, Jack Obde, Miss Neuman. Back row: Bill Wilson, David Thompson, Lester Hair, Walter Wilmann, Edmund Evans. Ted Jahn, Jim Franz, Robert Smith MR 1 Front row: Donna Nichols, Beatrice Carlson, Geraldine Rockwell, Shirley Eagle, Marilyn Lanphere, ' ' Carol DuChene, Douglas Jackson. Second row: Bradley Anderson, Sam Maddux, Sharon Wing, Sharon Fox, Joan Young, Geraldine Gager, Bobbie Magee, Jeffrey Ferrier, Mr. Nygaard. Back row: Gary Phillips, James Zumoto, Daniel Hill, Lyn Sisich, Louise Keene, Sally Woodard, Frank Clark, Jack Shaw, Larry Barry, James Halbig 66 MRS. 1 Front row: Elaine Lang, Carol Knoles, Violet Stapleton, Dorothy Leingang, Mary Breeden, Peggy Solin- sky, Sharran Johnson, Thelma Tollefson. Second row: Glen Martin, Ray Melcher, Austin Pagnotta, Mary Reed, Jotina Johnson, Janet Schuster, Bob Bailey, Bill Thew, Mrs. Oppen. Back row: Vincent Sterritt, Dennis Anderson, Jack Fishei Ernie Smith, Dick Lantgen, Lynn Rosa, Harold Davidson, Henry Proctor MRS. OSCARSON 'iw' 3 I 5 Front row: Mary Groves, Beverly Robinson, Sharon Lund, Dell Gardner, Marcia Whiteside. Patricia- Buck, Diane Wood, Lorna Burlock, Mrs. Oscarson. Second row: Gary Reinhold, Arthur Bousquet Larry Duckett, Tim Pebles, Bill Fried, Patrica Moore, Treva Starn, Judy Johnston, Linda Troope. Back row: Dick Campbell, Howarc Culver, Jerry Watkins, Daryl Heimbigner, Tom Smith, Jack White, Leonard Davis, Walter Groom, Ronald Restad MR. Front row: Mary Anne Engstrom, Franque Remington, Deanne Bullard, Janet Holmes, Verlena Hall Joyce Littleton, Brenda Hewitt, Doris Toomer. Second row. Ron Caro, Jim Conrath, Earla Smith, Kathy Robinson, Marie Custer, Don Boden, Delores Shaw, Sandra Stowers, Larry Holloway, Mr. Rodkey. Back row: Ron Robinder, Larry Phelps, Dick Poole, Gary Green, Paul Knostman, Dave Unger, Keith Anderson, Terry Toy, Bob Miller, Gary Wing, Richard Seely 67 Front row: Gary Brown, Bill Wiggins, Brian Quanbeck, Judith Litten, Lee Morris, Donna Murphy, ' Anna Bjorneby, Susan Savas, Second row: Gary Dietzman, Darrel Larcom, Joanne Keller, Alexandra Chassy, Rosemary Sleizer, Florence Thomas, Kay lVLinnick, Clyde Decker, Mr. Simonson. Back row: Bob Fisher, Don Adolfson, Ted Burley, Jerry Bomersheim, Dave Rollo, Jim Bickerstaff, Terry Brinson, Ernie Neuman, Stan Woodhurst MR Front row: Barbara Delvechio, Carol Steincr, Richard Rule, Leslie Coghill, Darleen Campbell, Patricia ' Slaughter, Rick Connick. Second row: Diana Sheridan, Marcia Downard, Kenneth Barrow, Richard Tyree, David Alberts, James Kurle, Gary Ballo, Mr. Skinner. Backrow: Gail Thompson, Arlene Turnbull, Leta Bragg, Ken Schonert, Margaret Hand, Richard Baker, Neal Clason, James Lankford, Richard Noren, Erwin Schaeffer 1 - Front row: Fred Wallick, Jeanette Lancaster, Patricia Wheeler, Ruth Ann Fair, Joy Schudel, 'MR' C Dorothy Davidson, Nancy Burney, Judi VanAllen, Nels Anderson. Second row: Mr. Stannard, Gary Burrus, Carol Hoehne, George Edmunds, Annette Roberts, Judith Lipscomb, Lorie Myron, Mr. McGee. Back row: Steve .Herbison, Gary Houdak, Jack Wrenn, Alvin Reeves, Gary Mathers, Dennis Adams, Bob Wagner, Bill Reuter, Michael Vale, Ron Gies 68 MR 1 C-I Front row: Thelma Jaques, Lois Lemmer, Marilyn Robbins, Bonnie Chamberlain, Evelyn Ricken, Peggy Kan- ' dler, Diana Hill, Carolyn Stewart. Second row: Gary Swenson, Nancy Thomson, Sally Foley, Barbara Brown, Roberta Warner, Kay Shawley, Joan Schultz, Carol Lohoefer, Wally Nelson, Mr. Taft. Back row: David Cramer, Bill Claflin, Denny Olsen, Ron Daly, Lon Sander, Gerald King, Errol Sander, Ken Zink, Bill Green, Bill Bates 4 lui. K MR - Front row: Judy Harris, Patsy Evans, Barbara Sampson, Shirley Hill, Eunice Fuehrer, Arlynne Denny, ' Roberta Flint, Joanne Dalen, Louise Nash. Second row: Ronald Derogatis, Wayne Collins, John Kilmer, Joan Kaatz, Roberta Backman, Shirley White, Charles Anderson, Dale Schultz, Mr. Whitaker. Back row: Tony Norman, Vern McGee, Richard Martin, Duane Weston, Kenneth Northrup, Robert Mayer, Tom Forester. Ron Quincy, Mike McGrath 1 Front row: Len Burge, Richard Haegele, Ann Vaupel, Sandra Reichert, Sharon Campbell, Dixie Lee Allen, Dorothy Starr, Ray Kuch, Howard Babkirk. Second row: Steve Barratt, Jack Riggs, James Christie, Marian Brunette, Barbara Adams, Constance Con- lon, Lois Richards, Carol Jorges, Mary Ann Jackson, Mrs. Beaver. Back row: Marvin Blangeres, Harold Anderson, William Flatt, Michael Singleton, Jerry Ball, Ted Odell, James Patterson, James Hickman, Eugene Barrow 69 MR Front row: David Barr, Karen Kirkpatrick, Allen Wolfley, Donna Graham, Kent Amsden, Barbara ' Hoffman, Dennis Marx. Second row: Tom Russell, Linda Clements, Delores Bishop, Judy Keller, Harold Hendrick, Donna Countryman, Joey Greco. Mr. Bonamy. Back Row: Gary Cotter, Bonnie Richmond, John Rusher, Laurin Lee, Mary Tollefson, Bob Vanderhof, Sandra Masters, Gerald Horn Front row: Deona Adams, Barbara Bacon, Dixie Chamberlin, Linda Hall, Diana Thiele, Carol Koch, ' Ramona Tipke. Second row: Gerry Widger, Betty Rolfsness, Nellie Charter, Mary Ann Witt, Barbara Richardson, Jacqueline Heimbigner, Carol Jacobson, Mrs. Bowker, Back row: Richard Gunter, Mike English, Raymond Kafton, Dennis Armstrong, Bill Sarratt, James Cooley, Gary Sander, Harvey Conrath, Robert Lambert 1 Front row: Carol Urback, Janice Sipe, Brita Johnson, Joan Buxton, Sheila Fitzsimmons, Patricia Anderson, Sara Lee Wizemann, Susan Rogers, Linda Shriver, Miss Carroll. Second row: Bill Fairfax, Robert Ullman, Buddy Wickstrom, Richard Rew, Beverly Riggin, Linda Lovegren, Dee Lauden, Merlene Jones, Gary McGee, Gary Mix, Donald Lieske, Ronnie Cowan. Back row: Richard Weaver, Erwin Jackson, Bill Sherrod, Jim Lan- caster, Donald Oglesby, Frank Sullivan, Gary Ytreeide, Dennis Woodhurst, Dick Miller, Don Lobdell ' 70 1 Front row: Daryl Olin, Darlene Contos, Marilyn Fried, Shelby Rice, Inez Steen, Jerene Appell, MR' Lorna Overmyer. Second row: Ray Cottrell, Judy Peterschick, Roxey Glenn, Janice White. Maureen Anderson, Roberta lVIcFarland, Carroll Killin, Joan Bundy, Mike Spilker. Back row: Gary Fanning, Wayne Thomas, George Kingen, Richard Nye, Elva Duvall, Fred Buell, David Peelgren, Ga ry Coyer, Jerry Scollard, Mr. Christenson - I Front row: Patrick McDaniel, Jerald Barnes, Carol Fremstad, Patricia McGrath, Patricia Silvernail, Ar- ' lene Johnson, Diane Pence, Dennis Sullivan. Second row: Norman Thompson, Linda Mead, Virginia Tobin, Judy McVay, Julie Fish, Virginia Hulick, Patricia Flynn, Sally Swift, Donald Audel, Mrs. Coon. Back row: John Hein, Ronald Pantzar, William Murken, Dennis Spurlock, Gerald McBride, Ronald Pryor, Daniel Waldby, Stanley Hood 1 -1 Front row: Kaye Walker, Emely Anton, Frank Thomas, John Hartman, Robert Hooper, Larry Lucchesi, Lilian Tate. Second row: Mary Bonin, Alice Kelley, Carol Charest, David Tschetter, JoAnn Bishop, David Harris, Gary Gibson, Donna Martinson, Miss Damon. Back row: Janice Elvigan, Robin Rollis, Francis Eccleston, Jerry Morris, Don Grimes, Fred Biesen, Bill Robinson, Galen Perry, Kenny Glock, Don Brown 7l MR i Front row: Ellen Miederna, Maryly Sandeno, Jane Morris, Richard Sparks, Roger Buffington, Judy Sterritt, ' Laurelie Muench, Sharon Hutchinson. Second row: Linda Fleischauer, Joye Ann Hamilton, Patricia Weth- erell, Carol La Barge, Nixon Richardson, Jeanne Alderson, Kaye Barckert, Richard Bull, Mr. Exley. Back row: Robert Hood, Larry Knutson, Gail Straight, Bill Baker, Harry Meyers, Marvin Gattis, Jerry Noble, Sheldon Ralston, Judy Engelman, Bruce Crisp MR - Front row: Billie Jo Maloney, Mollie Jo Zimbrick, Chere Steinbach, Sonja Peterson, Jeanne Harter, ' Sharon Pardun, Sandra Philipson, Donna Buell. Second row: Ed Sherwood, Judith Smith, Janice Reynolds, Lorraine Miller, Larry White, Richard Shaver, Linda Engle, Mr. Feldhusen. Back row: Kermit Anderson, Michael Wright, Lance Girnus, Duane Munk, Don Wilson, Dennis Banik, Ralph Reed, Russell Brown MR 1 Front row: Clifford Bursch, Darlene Amsbury, Beverly Harris, Linda Ratzlaff, Linda Barnard, Donna ' McChesney, Cheri Jeffries, Judy White. Second row: James Hobbs, Richard Page, Michael Moe, Gene Erickson, Sharon Quiring, Darlene Dickey, Margaret Weilekes, Mr. Griggs. Back row: Donald Evans, Gerald Davis, Victor Schaum, William Bradford, Gerald Wellsandt, Clive Goodman, Larry Schiffner, Gary Koeppcl 72 w i.. W, 1, Front row: Mildred Mueller, Carole Olson, Carol Jones, Earlene Clapp, Betty Sullivan, Lynn MRS' Heaps, Carolyn Unicume, Beverlee Phillips, Adrienne Tschabold, Mrs. Hill, Second row: Pat Smith, Daryl Griffith, Lloyd Wengler, Joyce Robertson, Katherine Whelham, Barbara Troyer, Rosemary Martin, Lynn Hayden, Sharon Ellis, Larry Wornstaff, Sandra Smith. Back row: Larry Dixon, George Anderson, Robert Taylor, Gerald Bolen, Jerry Harris, Ronald Ingham, James O'Sullivan, Howard Haisley, Ernie Nye V.. IGH MR Front row: Pat Smith, Dawn Hetrick, Dorothy Braaten, Glenice 'Van Tuyl, Pat Barnes, Karen Cogswell, Bar- ' bara Geiselbrecht, Mary Ann McLaughlin. Second row: Julie Ball, Sandra Weatherhead, Elizabeth Vaughn, Billy Seidel, Jerry Knowles, Kathy Carter, Esther Ray, Douglas Paquin, Gale Bernardy, Mr. Hix, Back row: Don Carmichael, Gale Farup, Delroy Thorpe, Dale Gage, Dick McCray, Ron Solinsky, Dave Wall, Gordon lVIills -W i Front row: Kay Sayles, Sheryl Lynn, Marthy Sullivan, Alice Rae Collins, Barbara Durcan, Darlene Stapleton, Karen Winn, Lila Johnson, Susan Merriman. Second row: Jerry Haun, Phil Harris. Kav Dodge, Sandra Hansen, Betty Greer, Ellen Gardner, Darlene Egger, Barbara Dalzell, John Keen, Steve Schumann, Miss Killingsworth. Back row: Gary Miller, Kenneth Finke, Mike Keller, Ray Goeller, Raleigh Clark, Larry Pine, Glenn Robinson, Mike Tachell, Jim Rooney 73 Front row: Jack Hankel, Frances Hiner, Joyce Eakins, Donna Murray, Diane Duncan, Janet Eppley, Kay Olson, Sally Engstrom, John Skelton. Second row: Ned Smith, Sharon Kenny, Ardella Stockton, Verna Schilling, Darlene Shaw, Tom Weishaar, Albert Jacobs, Bill fflustered, Dick Westman, Miss Knight. Back row: Pat Sheldon, James Magstadt, Dick Plumb, Marlene Smith, Carol Thibault, Pat Beam, Linda Schatz, Chris Coble, Gary Gorremans, Roy Wahl ?"'2a-uf? MR Front row: Bob McKuhn. Charlene Sampson, Sharon Ott, Kathy Smith, Karrell Peterson, Laurie ' Vaughn, Dolores Hole, Frieda Lantis. Don Rater, Randy Battan. Second row: Ken Wilson, Joan Banks, Elaine LeForgey, Karen Allgor, Joan Ross, Sonja Jacobsen, Lyle Sollway, Julia Wilcox, Wanda Renault, Sue Haynes, Mr. Manuel. Back row: Ron Hedstrom, Ron Reid, Delroy Taskey, Benny Corigliano, Dick Hannan, Bob Kreager, Tom Rickard, Bill Bassett, Kenny Blossom, Judy Mills, Sandy Gilkey u- Front row: Len' Slinkard, Sandra Green, Vickie Olsen, Lavina Schluneger, Lois Johnson, Karen MRS' Pfeiffer, Tom S1lentz. Second row: Ray Vollert, Harlan Knobel, Penny Bailey, Florine Heine, Burniss Carter, JoAnne Lucas, Jane Hester, Nancy Bowen, Mrs. McLaughlin. Back row: Jim McBride, Bob Oliver, John Sullivan, Morris Martin, Daryl Triplett, Jack Maxwell, Dick Fanazick, Jim Woodard 74 MRS. 1 3 Front row: Ray Schroeder, Nancy Spafford, Kay Harper, Lailla Watson, Margaret Hamblin, L i n d a McGill, Edna Lemley. Second row: Carole Gornall, Marcy Whitten, Nancy May, Elinor Lee. Fred Par- rish, Eddie Weiss, Sharon Jensen, Morrie Simpson, Harry Reetz, Diane Morris, Mrs. Nistad, Back row: John Pacello, Ron Foreman, Dell Williams, David Munk, Fredene Moran, Terry Templeton, Ron Christensen, Beverly Shepard, Roger Neale, Bob Stewart, Mike Welch w l i MR 1 Front row: Gary Travis, Lee Riddle, Joanne Blaisdell, Connie Darrah, Jeannie Johnson, Sharon Ripke, Linda " Green. Molly Kromm, Vernon Dunsworth. Second row: Sharon Cogley, Dick Garcea, Pat Powers, Gary Bondahl, Kent Sleizer, Carl Biesen, John Mix, Mr. Nye. Back row: Dan Smelcer, David Felker, Emmett Daffy, Neil Williams, Russell Foster, John McGinnis, Roger Paine, Keith Hutchins, Riley Brown, Tim Nye 1 Front row: Vivian Countryman, Patricia Morgan, Kay Newland, Norma Pedretti, Dorothy Todd, Dorothy ' Miller, Norman Reynolds, Sandra Rouse. Second row: James Ryan, Jack Granger, Margaret Walker, Sharon Caldwell, Ruthie Bentley, Sally Akan, Nancy McDougall, Fern Barrett, Dorothy Clark, Jerry Miller, Mrs. Otter. Back row: Bruce Reid, Ronald Jess, Jim McClintock, David Anderson, Erich Luschei, Rodney Hansen, Bill Gottbreht, Donald Newcomb, Chris Shears, Bob Tansy, LeRoy Schmidt 75 1 Front row: Alice Lacy, Carol Allen, Arlene Distad, Sherry Holmes, Judy Waiting, Beverly Hair, MR' Marie Rockwell, Suzanne Curtis. Second row: Dicksy Keeling, Marion Sailor, John Lemon, Doug Shurtleff, Sharon Albert, Clarine Bomstad, Sharon Mather, Doug Foster, Carley Hardt, Barbara Swanson, Mr. Schweitzer. Back row: Terry Cotter, Deanna Alberts, Carolyn Hedemark, Hugh Price, Frank Merrick, Gary Solverson, Ivan Johnson, Dick Beatty, Mike Stroud, Ron Harris, Paul Burney X M MR Front row: Delrene Lee, Bernita Stein, Karin Wallace, Ruth Smith, Barbara Hooper, Sandy Erickson, ' Gene Daniel, Joyce Clemensen, Kathleen Alberts. Second row: Lorraine Kyle, Sandra Hall, Bert Pro- vost, Roger Solverson, Gary Larson, Delrner Dearing, Judy Ryan, Carol Drury, Lois Moore, Mr, Theisen. Back row: Kenneth McDonald, Sherrie Miller, Jim Connes, Jack Quist, Denny Livingood, Dale Butterfield, Don Metler, Jim Kolb Front row: Tom Paice, Kent Weaver, Frank Schubert, Dolores Chertude, Barbara Oiland, Valerie Jenkin- son. Sharon Carlton, Jackie Shackelford, Lillian Randall. Second row: Janet Bofto, Charlene Frazier, Larry Olson, Audrey Babic, Carol Bloomfield, Ann Litzenberger, Sharon Haskins, Glen Burge, Miss Timm. Back row: Joan Geiger, John McCoy, Victor Rizzuti, Ron Vawter, A1 Titus, David Johnston, Frank Street, Ronald Anselmo, Jack Lyons, Patricia Thompson 76 ,t Front row: Guy Schilling, Pat Nelson, Sharon Alger, Ann Isaac, Karen Hammond, Winnie Thomas, Bill ' Lyons. Second row: Gloria Schulz, Joseph Ralrick, Daryl Stokes, Gayle O'Flynn, Betty Lewis, Deanna Woodward, Sydney Thompson, Mrs. York. Back row: Eddie Hiett, Ray Jacobs, Dave Watson, Joan Heiniz, Barbara Ficklin, Rirgnard Ripley, Eugene Lof, Milton Thompson T Front row: Ted Seaberg, Jim Ellsworth, Kathryn Witt, Carol Peter- MR' schick, Sherry Fleenor, Karen Fisher, Betty Howe, Mary Burnside, Sue Ellsworth, Mr. Bradford. Second row: Darryl Campbell, Leon Sams, Dick Harper, Che Che Pantzar, Lewis Gaiser, Gail Adams, Pat Eacret, Bobbie Solem, Diane Steckling, Karen Benshoof. Back row: Karen West, Virginia Smelcer, Fred Heeter, Toni Baldwin, Leland Searl, David Cassidy, Gordon Edwards, Mike Shaw, Ron Kobloth. Richard Wilson, Dick Reed 1 Front row: Larry Mix, Edythe Michael, Sharon Ewell, Darlene Schmidt, Judy Lanter, Coleen MR' Irvine, Cecelia Reuss, Mary Hobbs, Mike Nicholl. Second row: Terri Johnson, Kathleen Mc- Donald, Jackie McCoy, Roberta Galbraith, Karen Weitz, Sandra McCaughan, Teressa Countryman, Mary Engle, Joan Spangenberg. Mark Snow, Mr. Diedrick. Back row: Robert Boies, Eugene Ford, Lawney Schultz, Toby Myers, Ron Meeker, Duane Dishno, Terry Ceder, Ray Rantanen, Victor Girnus, Danny Craig 77 MR Front row: Barbara Gormley, Connie Ernst, Carole Glass, Judy Derogatis, Joyce Hauschild, Denice ' McGinn, Jean Coghill, Kathy Jensen Jarra Merica, Ron Ullman, Lynn LaCombe, Second row: Doris Gerike, Diane Rothwell, Linda Robinson, Pauline Paul, Naomi Ross, Ruth Olson, Bill Bacon, Sandra Beard, Doralene Losh, Judy Connors, Linn Edmonson. Back row: Alan Whiteside, Bernard McGlocklin, Clinton Britt, Bruce Osterberg, Danny Brinson, Buddie Schroeder, Carl Smith, Dick Lehinger, Paul Norris, Mr. Glover MR 1 Frcnt row: Dick O'Connor, Jerry Johnson, Marjorie Harris, Vickie Rae Anderson, Margie Huelle, Bonnie ' Tuke, Margaret Bruce, Sharon Witt, Janice Lundy, Sharon Rinck, Gary Hardwick, Warren Lamson. Second row: Betty Wallace, Donna Johnson, Loma Lewis, Carol Austin, Judith Chesrown, Carol McLellan, Sharon Kimball, Judy Frye, Annie Blossom, Sharon Cuddy, Mr. Hagen. Back row: Gary Anderson, Eddie Paro, Gary Corkins, Gary Mathers, John Walker, Jimmy Gates, Phil Flager, Dan Kroetch, John Roberts, Dick Stannard, Lloyd Anderson, Jcff Kyle 1 Front row: Rosie Stockton, Jo Green, Judy Conger, Mike Belden, Judy McVay, Jack Sarratt, Marilyn ' Forrester, Terry Thach, Jeanne Howard, Jon Opsal. Second row: Carol Anstis, Grace Tregellas, Sharon Wilbur, Eddie Smith, Karwyn Bright, Bob Lovell, Dianna Martin, Bill Pierce, David Cox, Mrs, Haltom. Back row: Deanna Wiedmer, Darreld Hutchins, Deedy Gerl, Gary Reeves, Brent Gates, Donald Wogberg, Dale Gropp, Jim Thompson, Clair Thomas, Dennis Kinzer 78 Front row: Judy Swanson, Karen Johnson, Sharon Abbott. Jerry Hester, Jerry Wichterman, Bill Kuster, Robert Wundcrlich, Darlene Palkowski, Joyce Richards. Second row: Mzirilee Brooks, Torge Moore, Carl Campbell, Dennis Gratton. Janice McFarlane, Olene Watford, Beverly Stradley, Berry Bowman, Mary Ann Schuster, Darlene Becker, Mr. Kretz, Back row: Lolly Lemley, Tarrell Hunt, Larry Keen, Jim Hohenstein, Mike Lampert, George Kraft, John Summers, Robin Risteen, Nancy Reynolds, Sharon Wilson Front row: Sharron Simmons, Jean Anderson, Janet Babcock, Dewanna Clark, Sharon Stewart, Jo ' Storch, Patricia Monohon, Joanne Johnson, Ann Sanne. Second row: Richard Beaton, William Porter, Ellen Wilson, Betty Helbig. Nancy Rieken. June Tillett. Judith Bickerstafi, Linda Rodgers, John Fort, Barbara Murray, Mrs, McNew. Back row: Peter Perius, Roger Hall, Douglas Denton, Gary Johnson, Larry Summers, Dennis York, Frank Smith, George Burkhardt, David Meek, Robert McGeorge, Stanley Casperson, John Naron - Front row: Jimmie Tollefsen, Art Martin, Linda White, Helen Dueweke, Louise Larson, Loretta Williams, Michaelyn Brenton, Patricia Covington, James McClenahan. Second row: Mary Ann Edwards, Jonelle Novak, Judy Lawrence, Anamarie Edwards, Frieda Brown, Ruth Appel, Sharlene Cozzetti, Jean Hively, Emily Noel, Michael Rhodes, Miss McRae. Back row: Judy Gustafson, Dennis Wilde, Ron Peterson, Kenneth Weber, Michael Mix, Steven Bischoff, Esse Bjorklund, Richard Walls, Jerry Olson, Mike Pratt, Susan Long 79 MR 1- Front row: Sandy Bilyen, Gayle Hendricks, Peggy Webber, Marilyn Sailing, Craig Cosby, Richard Emerson, ' Jackie Johnson, Phillip Daniels, Joe Kelly. Second row: Lola Walker, Pat Dowty, Karen Ricketts, Larry Bryson, Mike Henshaw, Ken Harris, Richard Franks, Steve Cheroke, Ed Shaver, David Nelson, Mr. Mhyre. Back row: Tom Taylor, Mike Spring, Sharon Lenhart, Carol Toll, Barbara Brunelle, Pat Dewey, Don Vannurden, Bob Howlett, David Hatch, Tim Mayhew i -I Front row: Charles Anderson, Edward Thomas, Walter Bare, Bill Peterson, Melvin Stapleton, MR' Ron Zimmerman, Glenn Templeton, Roger Haisley, Gerry Becker, Larry I-Ieckel, Richard Voss. Second row: Gary Munyon, Ronald Williams, Raymond Adams, Dick Clark, Tom Collins, Ken Higby, Albert Pence, Ron Wil- kinson, Don Burchett, Daryl Sterritt, Mr. Olson. Back row: Mickey Carney, Roy Kelley, Fred Brown, Richard Burris, Eugene Robards, Larry Chatterton, James Hanson, Bob Mustered, Ken MacDonald, Lynn Keys, Thomas Hiatt, Bob Green, Jerry Hiloahl Front row: Bruce Dalsanders, Paula Hubbard, Lonna Brown, Sandra Wilson, Judy Fitzpatrick, ' Sandra Vincent, Nancy Bennett, Genevieve Wassberg, Donna Morsbach, Joline Brett, Mrs. Pheasant. Second row: Ronald McLaughlin, Dennis Alkire, Marianna Grinsteiner, Marie Gargano, Janis Segar, Richard Hardenbrook, Pat McNee, Michael- Dunn, Joanne Bolma, Sharon McDonald, Linda Hemmerling, Kermit Forbes. Back row: Janet Johnson, Kay Koffel, Elaine Reed, Clark Doly, Charles Hiatt, Jim Dewey, Gary Hills, John Evenson, Alice Akan, Doris Clutter, Carol Piper, David Van Hersett 80 - Front row: Ron Taskey, Ga.ry Burkhart, John Jones, Fred King, Lois Jean Norman, Daryl Glubrecht. Bob Brown, Paul Lorenzen, Steve Bisset. Second row: Larry Beamen, Rodney Schultz, Steve Poutre, Elinnore Richards, Janet Gleason, Carol Grow, Kellene Hayes, Judy Ladwig, Rebecca Beehler, Miss Rawlings. Back row: Keith Pratt, Jim Smith, Steven Hoitink, Joyce O'Conno1', Billiv Joe Butler, Karen Heinz, Carol Pry. Pat McLay, Mary Scnauin, Alan Peterson, Keith Bremner Front row: Dianne Dickey, Luanne Hein, Vickie McAvoy, Claudia Gardner. Patty McNab, ' Virginia Murphy, Janice Hahn, Dan Martin, Ed White, Dennis Ballo. Second row. Judy Hawley. Margaret Appel, Miriam Witham, Edna Race, Colleen Kenny, Sandra Inman, Gay Koeppel, Coline Davidson, Linda Eickerman, Elaine Newcomb, Mrs. Rice. Back row: David Roark, Jon Courture, Glen Showalter, Patrick Murphy, Norman McPhee, Joan Hallgarth, Rich- ard Kreagcr, David Anderson, Steve Palter, Bill Sperling, Richard Rockstar ki ,if Xt' MR 1 3 Front row: Marlene Ramsbottom, Pat Sangren, Dona Nudell, Judy Devaney, Darlene Fleemor, Arlyne ' Ferguson, Carolyn Babcock, Larry Widman, Charles Rodman. Second row: Ronnie Irwin, Patricia Bas- trom, Carol Casselman, Sandie VanDorn, Jackie Robinson, Carol Herriman, Eilien Badt, Bill Book, Arthur Schindele, Mr. Spurgeon. Back row: Barry Fell, Tony Bulsor, Arthur Simpson, Mike Horch, Bob Eckberg, Don Smith, Ron Odell, Guy Sligar 8l l 1 Front row: Fred Gronemeier, Kay Gausman, Charley- Schmidt, Ida Masterson, Pat Jaques, Judith Phipps, - Nancy Aagard, Sonya Johnson, Norman Harris, Miss Theis. Second row: George Honshell, Dick Reynolds, llflaureen Aiken, Pat Claflin, Roberta Klenert, Rita Goodwin, Carol Quarles, Judy Turback, Bill Rheinschmidt, Judy Whittier. 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Q M 3 1 "" it " ativan Q Q wwe '22 + My a ' 2 s 'I ' , 'Y Y'-' ' , f. 1 1 'Q it 02 Q U x f U I ' h ' ' i., 2 x ll ' la. as Q K- lf' it 3 Q 'K' 41 M KD Q nb f A U' 5' i - 'fn 5 H ' W' "' .A Six P453-ri 5 'l ' 4 . ii 'i,31i livdgiiiulf , A ' Q, KH' Wifi HU ., 41 I-1 --wax ""'555"2:E2f '17 'F 4 L GU 9' 'r' ,,. as i..,g: A-4 if :sm "" " is - amiga i U i gigvgk it- 1 in K , KK KK 5 ...L gif ,41 1 f I. mf ' 2 ag S P kg a t 2 tk, c 1- it xg 1 FALL ASB OFFICERS-Seated: Miss Patricia Darn-on, adviserg June Hanford, president: Del Jones, adviser. Standing: Marilynn Clark, secretary! Bob Dielgey, fifth executive: Jerry Strand vice-presidentg Merlee Conrath, treasurer 'xxx lx - . Associated Student Bod x ' ' x ,333 -, 3 Sm FALL-. SEN ATORS - S ella t e dz Floyd Rudnick, Marilyn Mingo, Allan Goetz. Standing: Kay Sayles, Ronnie Cowen, N e. Marilyn Lanphere S 86 The Associated Student Body governs the school through a House of Representa- tives and a Senate. The House is made up of representatives from each homeroomg the Senate, of the presidents of the Federa- tion and the League, plus two seniors, two juniors, two sophomores and two freshmen. Five standing committees-dance, hon- ors board, convocation scheduling, elec- tion and faculty-finance-are appointed by the president to plan school affairs. 'llhe Get Acquainted Mixer the Sadie Hawkins Dance, numerous convocations and various contests were among the year's activities. One of the most beneficial proj- ects was the planning and carrying out of an intensified campaign to clean up the ASB CON SCHEDULING AND STUDENT FINANCE-Seated left to right are: Elaine Lamb, Frank Vawter. Standing: Margie Ewy, Richard Throm, Sandra Glidden Sianding CommiH'ees ASB HONORS BOARD AND ELECTION COMMISSION- Seated left to right are: Patc Quist, Merlee Conrath, Dick Courteau, Jeniene Poutre. Standing: Janice Hewitt, George Nikotich, Judy Lipscomb, Ray Mclchcr, Pete Praetorius, Leone Gross, Torn Russell ASB DANCE COMMITTE- Around juke box from left to right: Ron Meeker, Dick Batdorf, Carol Edge, Kaye Sayles x we 5 . is X1 5 X X - - -xx,. NSZK. ASB Honors Board and Convocation Scheduling Committee -Seated left to right are: Sally Engstrom, Judy Oty, Joan Hively, ASB Election Commission and Student Finance Committees -Seated left to right are: Biff Johnson, Student Finance Chairman: Bob Dickey, Election Commission Chairman: Leone Gross. Standing: Karol Woodbury, Carol Jean Ellis, Sharon Lund Gary Burrus, Brenda Hewitt ASB Dance Committee-Seated left to right are: Carol Quarles, Daisy Henry, Chairman: Betty Rolfness. Standing: Bob McKinney, Ken Berger Con Scheduling Chairman: Sandy Weatherhead, Roberta Michlitch. Standing: Cliff Caldwell, Alan Goetz. Not pictured: Terry Toy, Gene Ericson, Georgia Horley Standing Committees -ef I "i3Eff'f If., - -gf, -1 Q M Q... .175 'f122,1:siie"t- . as ,..,,.X.,a,5k .. -K . wx - 41 1? 'Nw-S - "Z'?T'l'f"I'I'TiLff if 5 . J B-1 5 Y 'f 9 913.1 1 1 . ww S M SPRING ASB OFFICERS-Seated: Dick Batdorf, vice-presidentg Jerry Strand, president: Biff Johnson, treasurer. Standing: Judie Merica, secretary: Marilyn Lanphere, fifth executive pring Associated Student Bod school grounds. Another was cleaning the auditorium curtain. Christmas spirit was not lacking dur- ing the Yuletide season. A beautifully dec- orated tree appeared in the lower hall. Homeroom doors were decorated and prizes were awarded for the best displays. A convocation brought back the real meaning of Christmas. Needy families were not forgotten. Fancy socks galore were the main attrac- tions at the Sock Hop in February. Prizes were given to the couples with the lanciest footwear. The basketball banquet, as is tradi- tional, Was sponsored by the Associated Student Body. SPRING SENATORS- Seated: Doris Fry, Tom VanderWal, Barbara Walker, Ray Mason. Standing: Janet Johnson, Brent Gates, Linda Barnard 89 5, ' lj FALL GIRLS' LEAGUE OFFICERS-Seated: Barbara Walker, secretary, Daisy Henry, president: Kay Featherly, vice-president. Standing: Janice Hewitt, treasurer Fall Girls' League Honor, service and loyalty are the high ideals of the girls of North Central, all inenibers of the Girls' League which was organized in 1918 by Miss Jessie Gibson. The ruling body of the League, the Central Council, is composed of homeroom representatives and the elected officers. This group directs the activities of the se- inester. Pins are awarded to girls for service to the school on a point systein. New coat racks to be used at school functions were provided by the fall coun- cil. The League sponsored a football con- vocation, the Sleigh Bell Ball, a Winter 'Qi' FALL LEAGUE COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN - From left: Sandee Strand, Marilyn Mingo, Margie Ewy, Judie Merica, Adele Father- gill, Dad and Daughter Banquet. Gail Morgan, Marilynn Clark, Janice Perry, Big Sister, Sally Stewart, Karen Brown, LaVerne Belshaw, Connie Kern, Beverly Mathis, Sleigh Bell Ball 90 ,ww-. ul! SPRING GIRLS LEAGUE OFFICERS-Seated: Janna Merica, secretaryg Janice Perry, presidentg Adele Fotherglll, vlca-precilcni Standing: Marilyn Mingo, treasurer Spring Girls' League mixer, the Dad-Daughter Banquet, and the PTA membership drive. A party for girls new to North Central was held before school opened to introduce them to their Big Sisters and to acquaint them with the school. An annual award is presented to the girl who is voted the best Big Sister. The spring semester brought the Sim- plicity Style Show, the Mothers' Tea, voca- tional conferences sponsored jointly with the Boys' Federation, and the annual Cot' ton Day and evening mixer, April 3. Janice Perry is president. Faculty adviser is Miss Patricia Damon. SPRING LEAGUE COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN - From left: Judy Nicholson, Dorene Hagen, Style Showg Sharon Neuman, Huberta Kinney, Phyllis Fix, Sandy Glidden, Karolyn Unger, Liz Hassell, Spring Swingg Marilynn Clark, Marilyn Lanphere, Vocational Conference 9I FALL FEDERATION OFFICERS- From Ieft: George Nikotich, vice-presidentg Bill Overholser, presidentg Duff McKee, secretaryg Ray Melcher, treasurer Fall Boys' Federation , Since l9l8, the Boys' Federation, ad- vised by Lowell C. Bradford, has strived to serve not only the boys but the entire school. They have sponsored convocations, presented awards and promoted other ac- tivities which would be a means to that end. Presented each year to the football play- er who is thought by his teammates to have been the greatest inspiration is the Archie Buckley Inspirational Award. This year it went to june Hanford. . The Federation has contributed to the debate program by sponsoring a tourna- FALL FEDERATION COMMITTEES- From left: Don Kolb, community serviceg Dick Batdorf and Frank Vawter, personal service and school serviceg Ken White, sports-for-all 92 I SPRING FEDERATION OFFICERS - From left: Bob Dickey, secretaryg Duff McKee, vice-presidentg Tom VanderWa1, president: Don Kolb, treasurer pring Boys' ment for all beginning debaters. A plaque is provided on which the names of each year's winners are engraved. Boys who are new to North Central are given an opportunity to become acquaint- ed at the New Boys' Stag Party early in the fall. Federation One convocation each month is spon- sored by the Federation. The Thanksgiv- ing program had its serious theme while the football convocation featured a parody on "The Medic," a popular TV program. As a Christmas project, the boys played Santa Claus to two needy families. 'L X 5513 I ik ff...,I SPRING FEDERATION COMMITTEES- From left: Ray Melcher, sports-for-all: June Hanford and Terry Toy, community serv- iceg George Nikotich, personal service 93 FALL NEWS STAFF-Seated clockwise: Janice Eden, Pat Todd, Karen Kastburg, Marshall Reynolds, Adele Fothregill, Sandra Glidden, Sandee Strand, Janice Perry, Dan Riegel, Kirsten Johnson, Karolyn Unger, Duff McKee, Standing clockwise: Sharon Lund, Kathy Moran, Betsy Jones, Royce Gorseth, Charlene Sloss Er, Marilu Miller, Peggy Kandler, Dixie Johnson The North Central News Staff "les deadlineli' Famous last w or d s heard in the newsroom each day, for each day the deadline must be met in order to get The News to press on time. Make-up, editing, writing, copyreading i ti -.',, .k,,,, l,,, ,, A Kirsten Johnson, first semester editor, writing a cutline. 94 and proofreading for the publication-all are duties of the student staff. News staff writers who do outstanding work are eligible for Quill and Scroll, an honorary society for high school journal- he Q 1 , ,,i. . 1 i f , s lsf FALL BUSINESS STAFF--Seated: Dixie Johnson, Doro- thy Rudisile. Standing left to right: Gail Straight, Betty Rolfness, Liz Hassell, Sandra Weddle JUNIOR NEWS STAFF - Seated: Lois Richards, Irene Sherwood, George Grier, Raleigh Clark, Lorraine Miller, Liz Hassell, Shirley Choate, Carol Gornall, Gail Straight, Larry Kingen, .Ioan Geiger, Sharon Lee Albert, Lin Lovegren. Standing: Glen Bradley, Betty Rolfsness, Linda Russell, Dorothy Rudisile, Suzanne Curtis The North Central News Staff ists. Each semester, four members of the staff who have done exceptional work are appointed to Junior Press Club, which is sponsored by the Spokane Press Club. The adviser each year is someone connected ga. MAILING STAFF members Liz Hassell, Janet Eppley, Dor- othy Rudisile, Carol Jean Thibault, Betty Rolfsness pre- pare copies of The News for advertisers. with the city newspapers, the radio or the television stations. The News is printed in the print shop of the Technical-Vocational School, under the direction of Don Townsend. an-.........,,. Y Mmm Dan Riegel, editor second semester, checks copy. 95 'AMARACK . ri , fi t wr ZZ' TAMARACK STAFF -Seated left to right: Phyllis Stalick, Gene McMurtrey, Sandra Glidden, Deanna Oveson, Alberta Saunders, Barbara Welch, Marietta Bundy, Marilyn Mingo. Standing left to right: Diane Wood, Janine Gratton, Norma Jean Dunn, Bobbie Allison, Judy Nicholson, Vern McGee, Lois Worthington, Janice Perry, Carol Jean Ellis I9 6 Tamarack Staff "Once upon a time there was a staffii' The Taniaraclc staff that is! During the first few weeks of the fall semester, the staff met daily to prepare plans lor the l956 Tamarack. Pictures were foremost in their minds, as shots of fall and spring activities and convocations were col- lected. Next came the sales campaign, in Tamarack advertising manager Marietta Bundy and editor Diane Wood inspect a picture, 96 which a record number of l909 subscrip- tions were sold. Senior pictures were col- lected from the photographers and mount- ed on panels. Preparing senior activities copy was another big ob. Copy was written and sent to the print shop. Wihen the prools were returned. they were corrected and then pasted in itli ' ,.,, 5 Q Discussing plans for the 1956 Tamarack are Mervin Man- uel, art adviser: Mary McKenna, adviser, and George Smith, photography adviser. Art staff: Denney Olson, Liz Hassell and Charlene Slosser put final touches on art sections. Staff photographers: Lyle Liptac about to "shoot" his cohorts Carl Toombs, Gary Nelson, LeRoy Sundberg. Bob Caruso, I9 6 Tamarack Staff the "dununies,H one for the print shop and another for the staff. Four groups-art, photography, print- ing and publifations-niade up the staff. Printing was done at the 'l'eehnicial-Voea- tional School under the direction of Don Townsend, head of the print shop. George Sniith advised on photography. Mervin Manuel in art. Mary McKenna is general adviser of the staff. Advisers, editors and staff have endeav- ored to present through the H756 Tama rack a panorama of activity-filled days at North Central. Satisfied that they have pui forth their best efforts, they 'iwill live hap- pily ever after." Don Townsend, printing adviser, gives Pat Todd and Diane Wood a few pointers at the print shop. 97 VARSITY DEBATERS-Seated: Vicki Pruitt, Kirsten Johnson. Standing: Bob Dickey, Diane Wilson, Duff McKee Debate Top honors in the Northeast District Debate League were brought to North Cen- rral this year by five varsity debaters- Kirsten Johnson, Diane Wilson, Vicki Pruitt. Duff McKee and Bob Dickey. Copping first place in the tournament Yield at Pacific Lutheran College in Feb- vuary were Marilyn Lanphere and Marilyn Schumacher. Girls' State delegate Judie Merica looks through a note- book of souvenirs. 98 Boys' and Girls' State Two boys and one girl from outstand- ing members of the junior class were cho- sen as delegates to Boys' and Girls' State by a committee from the American Legion. By fulfilling different duties necessary to the operation of our government, the students are given a valuable lesson in citizenship. Boys' State was held the first part of Julyg and Girls' State the latter part. Frank Vawter and Jerry Strand, Boys' Staters, discuss their summer experiences. 'M' I FALL STUDENT COURT- Gathered around the table: Del Jones, adviserg Janice Perry, secretaryg Allan Goetz, defense atiornej Dick Batdorf, judgeg Frank Vawter, prosecuting attorneyg Gary Gillespie, bailiff Student Court "Order in the courtlw-student court, that is. Dick Batdorf was judge during the fall semester and offenders were brought before him every Wlednesday. Each case was heard separately and the penalty varied with the severity of the "crime" Most of- fenders Were sentenced to two of more nights after school. The most common offense was loitering in the halls. Others which occurred fre quently included smoking on the school grounds, lunchroom offenses and disobey- ing hall guards. l A defense attorney was on hand for oil fenders who pleaded not guilty. Spring judge was Frank Vawter. Wil 4 ls --eq., gu- SPRING STUDENT COURT-From left: Gary Gillespie, bailiffg Bob Dickey, prosecuting attorneyg Frank Vawter, judge: Toni VanderWal, defense attorneyg Judy Nicholson, secretaryg Del Jones, adviser QQ LATIN CLUB- Front row: Fay Gay, Sharon Isaksen, Jeniene Poutre, Marilyn Bergman, Karen Brown, Heather Richardson, Alice Collins, Marilynn Clark, Diane Wood. Back row: Larry Wornstaff, Gary Janson, Don Kolb, Jim Knowles, Doug Goodrich, Dick Webster, Clif Caldwell, Jim Whittier, Pete Praetorius, Dennis Sullivan, Vicki Beehler Spanish Club Any senor or senorita who is studying Spanish and has at least a C grade average is eligible for membership in Spanish Club. Each month the club has one business meeting and one social event in a Spanish atmosphere. Their annual dinner features toods of Mexico and Spain. Latin Club "Senatus Populus que Ronianus7'- Though this title probably sounds like jar- gon to some, members of the Latin Club know that this official name for their club means the Senate and the Roman people. Latin Club has one of the largest member- ships oi any school organization. R gt. fi ,W xl. EEE, t J 1 X ...--1.-.1 1 l ' 'si - SPANISH CLUB-- Front row: Ted Seaberg, Steve Bisset, Lois Worthington, Carol Babcock, Freda Brown, Carol Anstis, Judie Merica, Janna Merica, Louise Nash. Second row: Sally Mills, Jerry Strain, Judi Seymour, Gail Thompson, Gary Janson, Jim Gates, Duane Dishno, Janet Gleason, Marilu Miller. Back row: Diane Sharpe, Maxine Bowerrnan, Darrell Bowen, Phil McClintock, Larry Ellsworth, Rosemary Sleizer, Roberta Backman, Edna Race IOO w-v-mp LATIN CLUB- Front row: Ann Lloyd, Pate Quist, Elaine Lamb, Anne Fein, Marilyn Brewster. Back row: Skip Perry, Torn VanderWal, June Hanford, Dick Courteau, John Bowen, Terry Toy, Duff McKee Latin Club Meetings are held once a month. The club also carries on activities with other clubs such as their Christmas caroling party with Spanish Club. The members, who are all Latin students, provide for a needy fam- ily at Christmas time each year and sponsor various other charitable activities. Amores Librorum "Amores Librorum," Lovers of Books, was founded I8 years ago by former head librarian Mary P. Bacon. The members, all honor-roll students, are given an oppor- tunity to hear foreign students at many oi' their monthly meetings. Miss Nladelinr Carroll, head librarian, is present adviser. 4 AMORES LIBRORUM-Front row: Mrs. Hill, adviser, Margaret Montour, Charlene Slosser, Peggy Kandler, Fay Gay, Arlene West, Judy Plein. Second row: Dorothy Beaty, Dolly Wolfe, Shirley Moore, Carol Jean Ellis, Gary Janson, Lynne Doty, Sally Engstrom, Miss Carroll, adviser. Back row: Ken Williams, Ted Jahn, Dave Acree, Dick Courteau Pat Mullen, Pat Tood, Jim Knowles lOl VOX PUELLARUM-Front row: Roberta Johnson, Linda Shriver, Liz Hassell, Marilyn Mingo, Sally Barnum, Judie Merica, Dorene Hagen, Sandra Glidden. Second row: Joan Hively, Sally Mills, Marilynn Clark, Janice Perry, Janna Merica, Judy Nichol- son, Daisy Henry. Third row: Claudette Kuch, Nancy Squires, Wilma Uhden, Marilyn Lanphere, Liane Peterson, Diane Wood, Linda Barnard, Judy Lipscomb, Linda Russell, Phyllis Stalick, Back row: Miss Rawlings, adviser, Brenda Hewitt, Sandee Strand , Philo Corset, Patc Quist, Karen Brown, Marilyn Bergman, Janet Schuster, Betty Rolfsness, Miss Cleveland, adviser Vox Puellarum Vox Puellarum fVoice of the Girlsj, organized in l9l3 as a girls' debating club, is a social and philanthropic group which gives an award annually to the senior girl Who, under the greatest handicaps, has ac- complished the most in high school. Commercial Club The key to success, according to the girls in the Commercial Club, is found on the keyboard of a typewriter. Although the club was organized to stimulate a creative interest in commercial courses, the group also enjoys various social activities. u R COMMERCIAL CLUB- Front row: Karolyn Unger, Leone Gross, Darlene Graham, Gail Morgan, Mary Adams, Karen Kastberg, Nancy Squires, Audrey Fairfax, Judy Nicholson, Dorothy Beaty. Second row: Kay Dodge, Lois Worthington, Wilma Uhden, De- anne Gilbert, Kay Featherly, Adele Fothergill, Janna Merica, Sharon Neuman, Judie Merica. Back row: Barbara Bennett, Billie Jo Maloney, Ann Lloyd, Alexandra Chassy, Betsy Noonan, Mrs. Bowker, adviser, Anne Pein, Caryl Heth, Patc Quist Elaine Lamb, Janice Mast E02 QUILL AND SCROLL- Front row: Dorothy Rudisile, Sharon Lund, Diane Wood, Marshall Reynolds. Second row: Dixie Johnson. Agnes Zimmerman, Peggy Kandler, Marilyn Mingo, Janine Gratton, Adele Fothergill. Third row: Janice Perry, Charlene Slosser. Judy Nicholson, Betsy Jones, Marilu Miller, Sandra Weddle, Karen Kastberg, Sandra Glidden. Back row: Gene McMurtrey. Vern McGee, Duff McKee, Pat Todd, Dan Riegel, Sandee Strand, Royce Gorseth, Kirsten Johnson 0 0 Quill and Scroll Tamarack and News staff members who have done outstanding work in jour- nalism are eligible for Quill and Scroll, an international society for high school jour- nalists. The aim of the organization is to raise the standards in the writing field and to direct the course of high school jour- nalism. Thesplans Actors and actresses of North Central are organized into Troupe 128 of the Na- tional Thespian Society. ln order to bt'- come a member, one must earn l5 points by either acting in school plays or helping be- hind the scenes. The club presented a take- off on the popular quiz show "S64,000 Question" as a football convocation. as pv- .-an THESPIANS- Front row: Ann Fernalld, Lynette Freeland, Marian Mauney, Fred Slentz, Bill Kroske, Sharon Lund, Caryl Bris- coe, Dorothy Maloof, Dorene Hagen. Second row: Dick Webster, Glenn Bradlcy, Peggy Solinsky, Diane Sharpe, Carol Gutenburg. Jotina Johnson, Caryl Heth, Judi Semour, Rosemarie Head, Jane Morris, Tom Paddock, Mrs. Oppen, adviser. Back row: Duff McKee, Jim Whittier, Larry Kingen, Dennis Anderson, Janet Schuster, Pat Todd, Kathy Moran, Jerry Miller, Pat Mullen, Lionel Greenwood, Hugh Charest IO3 '57 an Star f-ff. 3 I , E ART CLUB- Front row: Shirley Moore, Daisy Henry, Connie Kern, Mrs. Otter, adviser, Sandee Strand, Janine Gratton, Patricia Bushnel. Back row: Judy Workman, Charlene Slosser, Doris Fry, Liz Hassell, John Sullivan, Mary Ann Engstrom, Bev Casselman, Carol Koch, Carol Schroeder Art Club I Talent Club C Here's paint in your eyel Art Club encourages artistic ability flirough the Painting of the Year Contest, which is paid for by the annual Eye Opener Mixer. A member must have a B average tn all subjects and plan to major or minor ni art. Un call at all times to entertain at serv- ice clubs, members of Tau Chi, talent club, are given experience in show business through participation in approximately 50 shows a year. The club's main project for 1955-56 was the purchasing of a large frame for pictures of ASB presidents. i 4' 'ALENT CLUB? Front row: Shirley Eagle, Joyce Hauschild, Charlene Slosser, Janice Lundy, Dorene Hagen. Second row: Jacky Earl, Marian Mauney, Janet Schuster, Sharon Lund, Marilyn Lanphere, Miss Lauer, adviser. Third row: Tom Paddock, Bob Dickey, Ted Jahn, Gordon Wilcox, Pete Praetorius, Ray Melcher. Back row: Terry Toy, Dennis Anderson, Duff McKee, Don Welch, Phil McClintock, Bob Shugert, Tom Hill E04 l MATH CLUB- Front row: Rosemary Sleizer, Pat Todd, Betsy Jones, Philo Corser, Lyn Sisich, Dorothy Rudisile. Back row: Dave Unger, John Bowen, Paul Knostman, Floyd Rudnick, Ron Robinder, Ken Williams, Tom Graedel, Tom Montgomery, Al Braaten, Jack Shaw, Newton Skaife Math Club Three semesters of at least B grades in mathematics and no grades below C in any subject are required for membership in Math Club. Each year the Club conducts a math Contest which is open to all students. At Christmas time this year, the club held a caroling party at an old-folks' home. Aquettes The Aquettes, the girls' swimming club organized in 1952, are skilled and inter- ested in synchronized and competitive swimming. The little mermaids presented a Christmas show for their parents and their annual water show in May. Yearly tryouts are held for the girls. AQUETTES- Front row: Gail Thompson, Marge Casperson, Joanne Oslon, Alice McKenzie, Marilyn Bergman, Jean Miner, Brenda Hewitt. Second row: Judy Waiting, Lola Walker, Janice Gardner, Gail Swanson, Janice Hewitt, Bobbie Allison, Marilynn Clark, Miss Knight, adviser. Back row: Doris Fry, Judie Merica, Judy Plein, Lynn Kimberling, Thelma Tollefson, Liz Hassell, Carol Edge l05 WARRIORS - Front row: Bob Thomas, Lynn Riggins, Wayne Collins, Ray Mason, Ken Berger, Ned Olson. Second row: Bob Bowles Harold Thorson, George Nikotich, Dave Ricketts, Gary Burrus, Lowell Canterbury, Ken White, June Hanford, Ron Quincy, Ralph Burlock. Back row: Don Throm, Johnny McNee, Mike Hammond, Doug Hohenstein, Lyle Liptac, Bob Caruso, Bill Wiggins, Brian Quanback, Dennis Kyle Warriors Hard, fair play is the aim of the inein- bers of Warriors, the letterinans club. All players participating in any sport who have earned a varsity letter are eligible for mein- bership. Annually the organization holds the football awards banquet. Other pro- jects this year included a mixer and a con- vocation. Willia11i Diedrick is the adviser. Three Cs "For where two or three are gathered together in my name there ani I in t h e inidst of themfy Matthew l8:20. These Words of Jesus could surely apply to the Three Cys club, standing for cleaner speech, cleaner character and clean- er conduct. An entertaining, inspirational meeting is held every Friday morning. J' Y K --,QL 5 fait si THREE C's CLUB - Front row: Louise Nash, Marjorie Harris, Donna Nichols, Brenda Wilson, Iryll Holm, Bev Hair, Jeannie John- son, Gail Adams, Janet Lancaster, Second row: Eileen West, Virginia Fuller, Carol Keller, Joy Decker, Margaret Montour, Ramona Norman, Carol Drury, Pat Buck, Jerene Appell, Janice Elvigan, Joan Hawley, Arlene West. Third row: Judy Davis, Rosemary Mar- tin, Jim Hansen, Bill Wayland, Gary Tewinkel, Rod Hanson, Eddie Flechsig. Back row: Fred Gronerneier, Linn Edmondson, Sanra Weddle, Lois Smith, John Johnson, Ron Turner, Louis Inks, John Hart iian IO6 FNA CLUB- Front row: Marilyn Lanphere, Arlene West, Eilene West, Vicki Beehler, Lorraine Miller, Alberta Saunders, Mary Bonin. Second row: Marietta Bundy, Jeniene Poutre, Marilu Miller, Julia Wilcox, Barbara Welch, Verlena Hall, Joyce Robertson, Roberta Johnson, Sara Lee Wizemann. Back row: Virginia Hulick, Judy Davis, Brenda Hewitt, Sharon Cogley, Zaida Sly, Carol Hoehne, Gail Swanson, Carol Jean Ellis, Sandra Hanson FNA To help girls who are interested in a nursing career have a better understanding of the profession is the object of the Future Nurses Club. Their current project is rol- ling bandages to be sent with medical sup- plies to a native hospital in Africa. A tour was also made of Edgecliff Sanatoriuin. FTA To acquaint members with the teach- ing profession, the Future Teachers of America Club was organized in 1953. 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Janet Schuster, Rosemarie Head, Lynette Freeland and Rosemary Sleizer are being told by their minister, Duff McKee, that he has brought them to- gether because he knew there would be a capital scrap. .ff , , LJ' 1 Af L Pl L A Y if xx, , V J V .e'.g,A41,f t , 160, K, l f ,ff , f"'....z' . .X X ' fn' X5 e 1, X ' I I Arlene Turnbull and Judi Seymour gasp as Bill Krcske shows Don Oglesby and Sharon Lund that the window frame is detachable. 51, Duff McKee tells Judi Seymour, Dorene Hagen and'Caryl Briscoe that he is glad to see so many faces on his church wel- coming committee, as Larry Kingen sneaks a peek around the corner to see what's going on. Q .fl ' :MJ 1 . ' B F . ,E .qw DOLL SHOP LEADS- Front row: Sharon Lund, Judi Seymour, Margie Ewy, Patty Green, Lee Riddle, George Nikotich, Caryl Briscoe, Ron Solinsky, Rosemarie Head. Second row: Dorothy Malooi, Wilda Simpson, Morrie Simpson, Jane Morris, Jerry Miller, Duff McKee, Linda Fleischauer. Merlene Jones, Hugh Charest, Back row: Larry Kingen, Rosemary Sleizer, Carol Gutenberg, Dick Webster, Pat Todd, Ray Magney, Sherrie Miller "Cairo Capers" Ie'ads Peggy Solinsky and Jotina Johnson decorate puppies Alice Rae Collins and Marilyn Ming0 lI2 Doll Shop lNi'th the opening strains of WVish Upon a Starf the curtains opened on the 13th biennial "Doll Shopf' aisparkling per- formance that played to capacity crowds, three evenings and a matinee, March 20, 21, 22 and 23. Caricatures of faculty ineinbersaccent- ed the setting, done in pink, brown and green. A huge tepee was the center of at- traction as the performers made their ap- pearances through its decorated portals. Excitement ran high when thieves hid stolen jewels in the shop. Tinkerbell, the invisible fairy of "Peter Pan," with the help of the mischievous Jack and Jill in the "Come aboard the good ship Lollipop!" sing Caryl Heth and Glenn Bradley to snappy sailors, from left, Karin Weitz, Bev Stradley. Ellinore Richards, Cecelia Reuss, Pat Flynn, Lorna Overmyer and Inez Steen Doll Shop Box, passed the necklace from doll to doll, keeping the thieves and the policeman, Clancy, completely confused. Adding to the uproar were the fun- loving penguins, who strutted about, mim- icking and jostling the other dolls. C. Olin Rice, former head of the Music Department, wrote "Can-Can Cutiesw for this year's musicale-adding to his many other "Doll Shopn hits. The success of the "Shop" this year is an example of what co-operative effort can do. Miss Pinkham, who directed the show, was assisted by Mrs. Oppen and Mr. Brad- ford in dramatics and music respectively. X, X' , f Indian ceremonial dancers Eilene and Arlene West peek from the Doll Shop tepee. II3 ' '-,fig 'ix , , 1 f ...' sm A ff' Q? rm E Make-up artists Dick Webster and Jerry Miller "paint" Marilyn before a Doll Shop performance. Ng, . R. Lanphere and Shirl ey Eagle Pert French maids Sharon Lund and Judi Seymour pose saucily. II4 -...W-f . PSR?" 5-' 'SSW Sandee Strand as No Co Ho Su is all wrapped up in hoops A bit of "Gay Paree" is added by these Can-Can cuties, from left, Carol Edge, Lynn Kimberling, Darlene Jackman and Sandy Glidden. CONCERT BAND- Jones, Ron Irwin, Bill Thomas, Gary Reinhold, Timothy Mayhew, Donald Oglesby, Michael McCoy. Second row: Gerald Jacobsen, Keith Anderson, Mike McKinney, Pete Praetorius, Clifton Caldwell, Bill Baker, Marvin Novak, Jeffrey Ferrier, Bob Rauch, Glenn Robinson, Ronnie Cowan, Gary Swenson, Roy Wahl, Dick Garcea, Bob Byers. Third row: George Honshell, Daryl Glubrecht, Don- ald Lieske, Larry White, David Tschetter, Mike Wright, Dick Olson, Jim Lancaster, Larry Hawkins, Gary Henslee, Don Gordon, Roger Bass, John McCoy, Gene Barrow, Howard Babkirk, John Lemon. Fourth row: Paul Quam, Jim McMullen, Bob Knox, Tom VanderWal, Pat Mullen, Ed Crouse, Bob Moore, Rod Hansen, Dick Plumb, John Burdick, Daryl Triplett, Don Adolfson, Rodger Green, Ronald Robinder, Steve Young, Ronald Jess. Fifth row: Bill Freid, Richard Costello, Doug Jackson, Phil Rhea, Bob Burns, Frank Vawter, Brad Fanning, Brody Conklin, Jack Lindberg, Ron Barber, Clark Daly, Gary Bondahl, Jim Kurle, Bill Watson, Bob Wunderlich A L First row fleft to rightyz Phil McClintock, Ted Jahn, Steve Hager, Chuck Anderson, Arthur Bosquet, Norman . . " as .- 1 PEP BAND- Front row: Keith Anderson, Mike McKinney, Ed Crouse, Ted Jahn, John McCoy, Steve Hager, Phil McClintock, Jerry Jacobsen, Charles Anderson, Second row: Ivan Johnson, Gary Shinkoskey, Tom Hill, Dick Batdorf, leader, Biff Johnson, Bob Shugert, Lonny Sander, Dick Nye, Third row: Pete Practorius, Paul Quam, Phil Rhea, Larry Barry, Frank Vawter I6 5 l CONCERT BAND-First row tleft to rightb: Dick Batdorf, Torn Hill, Gary Shinkoskey, Ivan Johnson, Don Carmichael, Don Kolb, Paul Knostman, Don Alberg, Orville Kirkevold, Adrian Pintler, Donley Thue, Jerry Morris. Second row: Larry Bryson. Dennis Sullivan, Jack Granger, Jon Opsal, David Cox, Ron Zimmerman, Larry Wornstaff, Kenny Blossom, Bill Sperling, Ron Tipke, Bob Dressel, Jeff Kyle. Third row: Tommy James, Jim Tolleisen, Ed Weiss, Bob Boies, Dick Beatty, David Roark, Elva Du- vall, David Thompson, William Bassett, Glen Showalter, Lawney Schultz, John Fort, Charles Anderson, Roy Kuch, Fourth row: Mike Rhodes, Charles Hiatt, Bill Flatt, Jerry Bolen, Ray Kafton, John Elmore, David Acree, Lon Sander, Biff Johnson, Dick Nye. Dick Fry, Bob Shugert, Steve Herbison, Tom Graedel, Gary Watson, Louis Inks, Dick Costello. Fifth row: Mark Snow, Larry Keen. Ronald La Londe, Jim McClintock, Gary Anderson, Gordon Mills, Kent Sleizer, Doug Goodrich, Dan Pederson, Ronald Pryor. Harold Hendrick, Lester Hair, Bill Burris, Bob Hood, Don Gordon Band "And the band played on . . in 137 new uniforms purchased this year with money raised largely by their own efforts. plus assistance from the Parent-Teacher Association, the Boys' -Federation and the Doll Shop. The uniforms made it possible to present the 152-piece marching unit, the largest in the northwest. in November. Football season opened with the Nlerry- Go-Round game with the band and the Red Feathers presenting the pageant, "Sa- lute to the Armed Forces." At the Shrine game, they presented "The Ballad of Davy Crockett." Among other hall'-time stunts were "How High the Moon" and the foot- ball princess ceremony. A convocation in January featured all the bands. Concert band represented Spree kane high schools at the lVashington State Music Educators' Association Convention at the Davenport Hotel in March. The wind and percussion sections of the Doll Shop orchestra were selected from the band. The 56th semiannual formal band con- cert was presented in April. In May came the full bands 30th annual trip to YVenat- chee to participate in the lVashington State Apple Blossom Festival. Host band for the Spokane Lilac Festival. they presenter. with the Red Feathers and the Color Girls. a South American pageant. II7 my if A 1 if , ii it ver f 'W 5 w,,,,.f-"3 1? If X .25 ,bww - ,I 7 . . S Q ef' 1' , M, C NR' my x T Mi' ll AAN 2 at Y at THREE FIVES- Front row: Merlee Conrath, Phyllis Stalick, Marlene Franke. Second row: Caro Fromm, Sherry Campbell, Lois Smith, Joan Fox, Third row: Ann Litzenberger, Delavena Duty, Sally Braun, Velda Heine, Carol Hurt, Sandra Williams. Fourth'row: Margie Laue, Betty Quist, Mary Jo Switzer i Three Fives, Choir .f ' CHOIR - Front row: Doris Griffith, Norma Jean Dunn, Connie Darrnh, Carol Jean Snow, Delavena Duty, Shirley Eagle, Joy Deck- er, Diane Pence. Second row: Sally Braun, Carol Jean Ellis, Judy Stempel, Patty Green, Sherry Campbell, Doug Pacquin, Dick Sparks. Third row: Lois Smith, Karen Bodley, Marjorie Ewy, Carol Hurt, Doug McPhee, Pat Mullen, Jim Knowles, Toni Caputo. Back row: Dennis Anderson, Keith Hendricks, Ron Bartlett, Terry Felker, Jack Maxwell, Earl Moe, Fred Parrish H8 P1 ORCHESTRA-Front row: Judy Lawrence. Roberta Bnckman. Second now: Geoize- Grier, Joclle Lyons, Judi Wliittier, Beverly Hair. Third row: Carol Snow, Bob Byers, Jim Halbig, Dick Sparks O Orchestra, Choir CHOIR- Front row: Pat Barnes, Ann Litzenberger, Janice Clayton, Velda Heine, Heather Richardson, Judy Plein, Sandra Wil- liams, Merlee Conrath. Second row: Gary Houdak, Ken Berger, Pat Wetherall, Carol Huehne, Margie Laue, Florine Heine, Barbarz Walker, Sandra Stowe-rs. Third row: David Acree. Mary Jo Switzer, Betty Quist, Marilyn Daly, Lois Barker, Dick Squibb, Ryax Montgomery. Back row Bill Pratt, Barry Roff. Viutcr Rixzuti Bob Allen, Walter Duty, Royce Gorseth, Ray Powis Il, C I GIRLS' GLEE - Front row: Sandra Austin, Patty Jo Rockwell, Beverly Casselman, Carol Urbach, Connie Ernst, Louise Larson, Shirley Cerenzia, Karen Pfeiffer. Second row: Carol Keller, Myrna Knuth, Sandra Hall, Barbara Hooper, Olene Warford, Judy Delaney, Coleen Irvine, Darlene Shaw. Third row: Marcia Neuman, Barbara Wallace, Teressa Countryman, Wilda Simpson, Pat McLay, Kaye Olson, Verna Schilling, Linda Hemmerling. Fourth row:"Joyce O'Connor, Janet Johnson, Betty Wallace, Jean Hes- ter, Linda Eikerman, Barbara Gormley, Carol LaBarge, Iryll Holm G' I ' lr s Glee, Stage Crew STAGE CREW - Left to right: Skip Mather, Victor Schaum, Miss Breeden, cadet, Mel Hamilton, Philo Corser, Sally Stewart, Don Knowlancl, Mr, Myhre, adviser, Pat West, Jack Woodbury 420 GIRLS' GLEE - Front row: Judy Mullenix, Gayle Kuest, Dixie Chamberlin, Jean Anderson, Kathie Jensen, Connie Pebles, Bonnie Tuke, LaDonna Huston. Second row: Shari Simmons, Darlene Schmidt, Carole Glass, Gayle Hendricks, Bobbie Galbraith, Judy Conger, Judy Harris. Third row: Kathy Devine, Janice Elvigan, Luanne Hein, Virginia Ogg, Virginia Murphy, Darlene Fleenor, Kathy Kringle, Pat Moore. Fourth row: Elaine Hingston, Maureen Anderson, Diane Rothwell, Doris Clutter, Ann Vaupel, Diane Moore, Carrol Herriman, Susan Long 1 I Girls' Glee Club HThere's Music in the Air"-every day at North Central, with 200 enrolled in the several music classes. The Choir, Three Fives, the Girls' Glee Club and Orchestra are directed by Stanley W. Taft, Music De- partment head. The Boys' Glee Club is directed by David L. Holmes. The Choir, made up ol? 65 voices, sang several concerts. A television appearance was one of the yearis high lights. Their annual banquet was held in April. Three Fives, consisting of l5 girl vo- calists, was organized originally in l95l at Havermale by John Harris. Fourteen of the original group were graduated last June. Tryouts were held last spring for new mem- bers. ' -.fa N N N X . . , ,Q Groups entertained by the Three Fives this year included the RotaryTClubt, the Chamber of Commerce, the State Music Educators Convention and the Daughters of the Ameriqlan Revolution Convention. Three Fives also participated in the 'Christ- mas,Convocation, Doll Shop and appeared oiil elevision. 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Darlene Foreman transcribes shorthand while Deanna Monaghan runs the mimeograph during an office practice class. 4 .VZ 5 ,, ..4:, , V.. lwwlmm x X x "What are those little bubbles?" Bob Belair asks Bob Bostrum during a chemistry lab. 'FE va Q 'Q ,0 v "Meeting, come to order!" Attentive House members hear the minutes of the weekly ASB meeting. ,Q-:GR ,. f .M JAN , ., .. hw.-Q, ,. A A,-aaa, . Q1 s or 45 A ,ii . i ' f 1 , U 2 ,t 5 5 , .if ,, w',-wear, fe ig xii ?Mim+'1f,i' ffl' 'ivwii ieibfkef 1 ' if o v 1' ' 'ffm ,Tw lm-M., . . we .... , ,, A .Haag 1 X if o 'em A jk E' , Q. ,A .V ,M Y has4'ifi' 1 1 .R G v ---'I rigs, A. ...A H , 1 f F 1 , Q:-ll. ,iff , k .Hifi .Z f fmw -5-Q YrQwvV V-:",'?'3 111 , '5 ay, ,xy azilgifk as L ' igzwhs f,4.'y , Kgs. . . 951: I1 'QW K .,.V ,' -1. str tix V V ia: ks? 5 x 4 ,. 'Q fax, "1 I K K gi f , Q . JJSWW-ra 95 35 5 A s away ' E il "WI1at's new?" Bill Reuter, Dorothy Rudisile and Larry Kingen seem to ask as they "Gentleman Jim" ASB Courtesy the south maidens Evelyn Whiteside , Joan Morigeau inspect the mathematics bulletin board Porter observes Day by opening door for ye' fair Reiken, Marcia and Sandra Hall. 'ig .i:, aw: aa a? Egaaa 5 .t fit? n ll I Il., , -is ! lol :fl i "Stickf'em up!" Enthusiastic Rifle club members are-Standing: Brad McHenry. Kneeling: Karen Ricketts, Sandra Inman. Prone: Dennis Armstrong, Charles Rodman, Gordon Smith. if L "Hmmm--better pay those dues," ruminate Roger Kromer and Bob Rauch, looking over the club N bulletin board. "Now, ladies . . ." Daryl Triplett receives an invitation to Future Teacher"s Leap Year mixer from Margaret Ewell, Kathy Howard, Dorothy Rudisile and Daisy Henry. HPLC. here we come!" Mr. Miller, Marilyn Lanphere, Marilyn Schumacher, Vicki Pruitt and Duff McKee are all smiles as they set out for a debate tournament. 'W it lays-l!a VQFX tie V' f l gafvua 1 ' X f " V f - V- V V V. 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J ...al i Y A .. EV Ned Olson - Center K it sa. ' ' ' T Q ' . ut. 3' K 7 ' v . - ' Ken White -- Back Jim Porter - End Lyle Liptac - Tackle Football Tying for second place with John Rog- ers in the city league and coming in third behind Lewis and Clark and lValla lValla in the Columbia Basin League, the IQ55 North Central gridsters were second to none in the league in team statistics-of- lense and defense. The annual Vic Dessert fNIerry-Go- Round classic found the Indians in third place. They lost to Rogers in the first period by yardage, but tromped LC. 12-0, in the third quarter. Starting off with a bang, the llfarriors, under new head Coach Dave, .Holmes, trounced favored Gonzaga 27-7 in their opening league tilt. Apparently still feel- ing the heavy losses handed them by the Bulldogs last year. the Braves ground out a touchdown every quarter for a surprising- ly easy victory. ' a The win record was soon ,l3lCllllSl'lCClQ however, as the John Rogers Pirates stabbed it 7-0, for the first and only no- score game of the season for the Indians. The Bucs held tight on defense through- out the game. and in the third quarter a partially blocked punt was picked up by Rich Rust who hustled l7 yards to make the only TD of the game. Lewis and Clark dealt a full house and came up with a 13-7 win over the Red and Black to set the record at l-2 in the third league meet. Chuck lVilkes scampered 54 yards in the first quarter for the first TD. but LC copped two in the second to push ahead. Neither team was able to score in the second half. 7 1 EN ff' s 423. - X June Hanford -- End Mike Edmonds - Tackle Ray Mason - Guard W ,... my Ralph Burlock - Guard I33 ' .. . r : ..--i ,el Si .S t B b Doyle - End John Derington - Back 1 er 4'M f . if Ti 3 f b 1 : Ere - if J W T kle Ken Berger - Guard Dave Ricketts - Guard Mike McVay - End Chuck Wilkes - Back Walla Walla's Blue Devils met the Braves on the Wahi battlefield and ground up a 27-19 victory. The second half of the season opened with the Red and Black smashing the Con- zaga Bulldogs 36-7 in the first North Cen- tral Shrine game victory since 1942. The .lndians rolled up two touchdowns in the first quarter, two more in the second, another in the third and wound up the hall game with a field goal by Laurie Ness with only two seconds left in the game and nine North Central players on the field. Trailing in the third quarter 6-0, Ken White, after crashing into the line for three plays, faked a spin and handed off to Wilkes. who passed to June Hanford be- liind the Bucs' secondary for a TD. Ness' conversion was good and the Rogers Pirates fell to a 7-6 defeat. l34 The season ended with Yakima trounc- ing the Warriors 24-6 at the Memorial Stadium. A week later Lewis and Clark downed them 20-2 in the final game. The only Indian score in that game was a safety in the fourth quarter when end Mike McVay caught Jones in their end zone for 2 points. City newspapers found Ken Mfhite, Mike Edmonds, Lyle Liptac and Ralph Burlock worthy of first-team all-city hon- ors, and Ned Olsen, June Hanford and Chuck Wilkes of second-team honors. At the close of the season, top awards went to: June Hanford, Buckley Inspira- tionalg Ned Olson and junior Ray Mason, blockingg Ralph Burlock and Jim Porter, tackling, and Mike Edmonds, lineman of the year. Ned Olson and June Hanford were cocaptains. iv vt ' l -fi, A J, Q e s ,. A -Z. ,-. :ff-J in ?f X .1 Q QQ A. -.r l 4924? 1 is .xx viii? wig, Q Laurie Ness - Tackle Tom Rizzuto - Back Mike Tye - Back an ,, A Ron Quincy - Back Dennis Kyle - Cenier Tom Smith - End North Central End Mike Mcvay lays a block on four Lewis and Clark players, trapping LC's Willie Jones behind the line for a safety in the last game of the season. Ralph Burlock 4105 rushes in to help. 5, prim an in gg I., is ml if , K ' j, Eiifiiiiil A. ,... .. . Jim Zumoto - Back 'li Dub Caruso - Back Bill Overholser - Back Bob Bowles - Back l35 Ernie' Smith - End Rocky Jordon Guard Lanny Anderson Back N orth Central North Central ,,,,,,, ,,,,,,, North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central North Central SEASON BOX SCORE Gonzaga ,.,,,,,.,,,,,, Rogers ,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,, Lewis and Clark Walla Walla ,,,,,, Gonzaga Rogers Yakima ,,,,,, , Lewis and Clark Chuck Wilkes is helped through Tiger line by an unidentified FHPPEI ROVYHQ Back NC player as Ken White C395 begins to open way out front Jerry Collins Tackle LC won 20-2. VARSITY FOOTBALL- Front row: Gary Gillespie, Bob Bowles, Farrcl Rcrnig, Lyle Liptac, Denny Peterson, Laurie Ness, John Raymond. Ken W'hite. Bill Green, John Derington. Lanny Andeson Se:ond rowi Mike McKinney. Pork Randall. Dave Rollo. Mike Edmunds. Mike H2l!l1l1lOlld, Larry Christensen, Ray Mayther, Mike ML-Vay, James McKay, Toni Rizzuto, Ned Olson, Don Cox. Third row: Jim Zumoto, Ernie lVIcLeish, Larry Anderson, Bob Doyle. Bill Overholser, Jim Porter, Mike Tye, Bob Caruso, Rocky Jordon, Dennis Kyle, June Hanford, Ken Berger, Philip Lorenzen. Back row: Jack Wrenn, Ray Mason,David Ricketts, Jim Tierney, Ralph Burlcck. Dale Belden. Gary Brower. Bill Claflin. Wayne Collins. Dennis McCoy. Jack Holmes, Chuck Wilkes, Ron Quincy. .,V.,, 'v' ...pq VARSITY COACHES AND MANAGERS-Fr-ont row: Lowell Canterbury, Brian Quanbeck, Chuck Stewart and Lynn Riggins. Back row: Coaches Bill Diedrick, Lowry Bennett and Dave Holmes. I37 1955 B-SQUAD FOOTBALL-Front row: Bill Bradford, Don Wilson, Gary Koeppel, Ed Hyett, Ernie Nye, Tip Williams, Bruce Reid, Bill Gottbreht, Neil Wililams, Fred Parrish, Dennis Collins. Second row: Ivan Payne, Denis Spurlock, Raleigh Clark, Kermit Anderson, Dick McCray, Jim Magstadt, Jim Stewart, George Kingen, Bob Krueger, Bill Baker. Third row: Laurin Lee, Gary Bar- ton, Ed Weiss, Clive Goodman, Dave Peelgren, Don Newcomb, Dennis Woodhurst, Dick Materne, Ben Corigliano, Dick Nye, Back row: Coach Nye, Russ Foster, Russ Brown, manager, Gale Ferrup, Ray Jacobs, Chris Shears, Don Lobdell, John Skelton, Jim Mc- Bride, Ron Hedstrom SEASON BOX SCORE North Central... ,,,,,,,.....,,. . 6 West Valley ,,,,...,.,...,..... 0 North Central .. ,,,,,.,,,,...... 7 Lewis and Clark ,,,,,,,,,,,, 12 North Central... ,,,,............ 13 Gonzaga ,,,,,,,,..,..,,..,.,,,,.,, ..12 North Central.. ,,,,,, ..,..,,,,, 1 4 Rogers ............,,,,............,,, . 7 North Central ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,., 7 Lewis and Clark ,,,,..,.,,,, 21 North Central ....,,,,,,... 26 Central Valley ,,,,,,,,,.. 0 North Central ,.......,.,,.,.,.... 25 Gonzaga ..,.,..,,...,,,. ,,,,..... 6 North Central ,,,, ,,,, ,,....,,,, 1 3 Rogers ,,,,,,,,....,,,, ,,,,,... 7 Don Lobdell breaks loose for a gain in the Gonzaga B-squad game. The Indians won. , l38 B-Squad Football Lewis and Clark smashed the hopes not only of the varsity but of Coach Bill Nye's B squad this year as the Indians wound up the season in second place with two loss checks on their record-both from the South Siders. The jayvees "played up to their abili- tiesu in achieving a 6-2 win-loss record, but fought hard for a better one. Laurin Lee and Dennis Spurlock traded off as blocking backs and Chris Shears, Don Lobdell, Ray Jacobs, Ivan Payne, Bill Bradford and Don Magstad changed off in the rest of the backfield. Cary Barton, Bruce Reed, Clive Good- man, Gary Koeppel, Don McBride and Ernie Nye opened holes in the opposers' line with Russell Foster snapping the ball. Don Lobdell was voted the Doug Cramer Inspiration Award by his fellow teammates. Freshman Football Losing to the John Rogers eleven l9-0 in their final game ol the season eost this years lreshman football team the cham- pionship. But the season was also one of conquest as the Little Braves handed the South Side Kittens their first cleleat in live years. That the combination ol' Diek Rock- stearl, -lell' Kyle, Larry Summers and Mick Carney was one of the best group baeklielcls he had ever coached and that the morale and cooperation of the whole team in general, throughout the season, was high, was expressed by Ed Kretz. freshman eoaeh. Brent Gates, Bill Stone, Dick Shears, Bill Bailey, Dave Roark, Dick Stannarcl and John Evanson macle up the starting line. B SQUAD AND FROSH COACHES-Ed Luders, Bill Nye and Ed Kretz SEASON BOX SCORE North Central North Central ,,,,,,,,,., North Central North Central , ..,,,,,... . North Central, 0 Lewis and Clark ,, West Valley .,t,s,,,,tt. Gonzaga ,,,,,,,,,i.....,,, Cheney B squad .. Rogers ,,,,,,,,.,i.,ii.,,.,,, sw. 3-Jmf 16 20 I-TROSH FOOTBALL - First row: Bruce Delsanders, Bill Sperling, Mike Rhodes, Gary Corkins, Ron Williams, Gary Johnson Darryl Campbell, Second row: Fred Brown, Tom Hiatt, Roger Haisley, Diek Clark, Jeff Kyle, Jerry Olson, Steve Hoitink. Back row Gary King, Larry Summers, John Evanson, Ed Paro, Bill Bailey, Dave Roark, Dick Stannarcl .gy X c 1, l af f 2' PM' ., Ja., 'M , g? ,E , my - lm ggi. ' u, ,, , K ., ' -1-.-sa, ,QI in - ,W3,wZf' 1- '2i::'1- 12, V K f'i,:xW f"f,g1 1 ww: ',wfgsw' f1LL 1 ..,-, - ,. A A. x im ,f , i, . 15 :mmf . 1 X , Z :Liv ig .sp wi 253' Q if K. 'ik f 5 3 Q 6 wif fs? Q 'if ,Q fx! iv 5 7 1' , 1, X Mike Edmunds -- Center Chuck Wilkes 3 Guard Frank Barnes - Guard Basketball lyintling up the season in the league cellar after eight straight losses before a final two wins is not a very hantlsonte recortl for the l95ti hoop- sters. However, in the first of the two wins. the Braves walketl off with five retrortls. 'l'he 89 points in the 89-54 defeat hantletl Central Valley was an all-tinie city high for prep basketball. The to- tal of 154 points in one game was an- other recortl. Chuck lVilkes' 32 points breaking llob Biels Sl front a week before was a prep single-game high in the Colisennt antl was thirtl highest in all-tinie city prep basketball. Bob Biel hit I9 straight free throws. 'lihese atltl- ecl to 9 the week before set another record for free throws-l9. Finally, a inargin of F55 points in that ganie was a season high. Lewis and Clark. carrying the en- tire lirstfganie. trouneecl the Braves 59a'll and lVest Valley won by I8 points again the second week. The lnclians,eut the niargin in half the thirtl week when they niet Gonzaga. but the Bullpups canie up on the long entl of the 458-59 score. Central Valley then took the Braves the next week, antl Rogers clownetl the Retl and Black in the final seeoncls of the fifth ganie. wintling up the first half of the season with a 60-58 yietory. Lewis and Clark. lVest Valley antl Gonzaga Caine back in the setiontl half in that ortler to whip the North Siclers. but Central Valley was inassacretl by the Sarages in the eighth ggtnie. Rogers then fell yittini to a 435-633 final ganie store when lfrank llarnes sank a last seeontl shot in tlouble oyertinie. Bob Biel - Forward Ernie Smith - Forward Getrge Solandros - Guard Mike Tye - Guard l4l Bob Thomas - Guard Don Nliddaugh - Guard Ron Smith - Forward Walt Willman - Center Jim Zumoto - Guard North North North North Ncrth North North North North North Central ,,,,,, ,,,, , , Central ,,,.,, , , Central Central Central Central Central Central Central Central North Central's Bob Biel 1103 jumps into the air to sink a basket over the heads of Central Valley players in action at the Coliseum. I42 SEASON BOX SCORE 41 Lewis and Clark ,,,,,, ,Y,...... 5 9 33 West Valley , ,,,,,,,, sss,,, 5 1 59 Gonzaga ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,., 6 8 60 Central Valley ,,,, ,,,,,,s,, 7 4 58 Rogers ,,,,,, ,, ,,,,,,, ,sYs. 6 0 43 Lewis and Clark , , .,..,58 39 West Valley , ,,,,,, ,,,45 59 Gonzaga ,, , ,,,, ,, M76 89 Central Valley , ,,,, N54 65 Rogers ,,,, ,63 N. Chuck Wilkes L65 makes another lay-up as he sets new in dividual high at Coliseum. Central VaIley's Duane Ranni ger attempts a check. George Solandros, Q85 NC stands by rw 17 -.. mv, if 'TN 5 M, ,- i4...,, ,..,, A Q .. BASKETBALL COACHES-Left to Right: Coaches Lowry Benneti. freshmeng Kenneth Hagen B squad, Y and Jerry Stannard, varsity All eyes are up as Indian and Eagle hoopsters meet at the Coliseum. North Central hoo Jim Bickerstaff and Bob Biel. 1 V psters are, left to right Ernie Smith I43 North North North North North North North North North North B-SQUAD BASKETBALL-Front row: Gary Coyer, Don Lobdell, Dick Hannan, Dennis Livengood. Second row: Bennie Corig- liano, Dennis Spurlock, Laurin Lee, Daryl Triplett, Dick Beatty, Back row: Jerry Noble, Marv Gattis, Elva Duvall, Gary Gorrenaris, Delroy Thorpe SEASON BOX SCORE Central ,,,,,, 40 Central Valley ,, Central ,,,Y,,Y,, W 36 Lewis and Clark ,,,,,, ,, Central ...,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, 5 1 Gonzaga ,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , Central ,,,, ,,,,, 5 2 West Valley ,,,,,,,, Central . 59 Rogers ,,,,,,,,,, ,, , Central ..,..l,,, ,,,, 60 Central Valley ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,, Central, ,l,..., ,,,,,, 3 2 Lewis and Clark ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Central l,,,,,,, ,.,. 5 3 Gonzaga ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.. , Central ..,l,,,,,,,,,,,,l,, 48 West Valley ,,,,,,,. Central ..ll,,l,,,l,l l,,, 3 9 Rogers ...,,l,.,, Dick Hannan L65 sets one over the heads of two Gonzaga I44 players in B-squad tilt. -Squad Basketball Under the helpliul guidance of Coach Kenneth "Nip" Hagen, this year's B hoop- ers ended a season that saw them tie Gon- zaga for second place in city league play. "Our record is not too bad," related Coach Hagen. "lille won l l out of 20 games during the season, and 5 out ol lil in league playf, One of the strangest occurrences in the world of sports hit the Jayvees, as lour of their five losses were suffered at home, where IHOSE teams emerge victorious. The Braves' lone loss "on the roadl' was to Lewis and Clark. a team that defeated the Red and Black twice. In other action, the Bees decisioned YVest Valley in two and split with Central Valley, Gonzaga and Rogers. Potentially. Coach Hagen developed a squad that should provide good varsity material in the near future. Freshman Basketball "This years freshman basketball team was as hard a working ball club as l have ever hadf' commented freshman mentor Lowry Bennett. Although the season did not prove fruitful with wins, Coach Bennett feels his Papooses had a successful season in the way of knowledge gained. In the city league this year, in which the freshman cagers placed fourth, were Gonzaga, Lewis and Clark, Rogers and West Valley. Believing that the main idea in fresh- man sports is to allow as many boys as possi- ble to participate, Coach Bennett used ev- ery team member in a game at one time or another. Seeing the entire squad in action. "I feel there was more varsity material on this years team than l have seen in my three years at North Central." One thing about this year's hoopsters, they were a fighting club all the way. Freshman hoopster Larry Summers jumps up to sunk one North Central .. .... ., 32 N orth Central North Central . .. 35 North Central North Central .... ....... . . 35 North Central North Central ,. .... .......... 3 5 in the West Valley tilt. SEASON BOX SCORE Lewis and Clark , 34 Rogers . .. West Valley .... . . .......... 36 Gonzaga .... .... . Lewis and Clark Rogers ........ .. 32 West Valley North Central .............. 37 Gonzaga .......... North Central .................. 25 Lewis and Clark North Central . .......,,,,.. 29 Rogers .... North Central ..,,. ,,,,,,,,,,, 3 3 West Valley ,..... North Central ...... 42 Gonzaga . FRESHMAN BASKETBALL-First row: Dick Stannard, Jim Dewey, Mel Stapleton, Jeff Kyle, Larry Summers, Robin Risteen John Evanson. Second row: Fred Brown, Ed Paro, Clint Britt, Gene Robards, John Summers, Brent Gates, Larry Chatterton MW' new A Q, wx!-, ,, - M, X. w-.-h1- . X .L if e 3: Lf M , ,ig 'ev 1 .K X X a S, 2 Fifi - 4 3 'fi ,qw 'i ,F zu w , .rf- 1 E my :ff fi? ff' X sf f' if 4 1 Q Wx QA gl? X v 1 iw wi Y North Central and Lewis and Clark grldszers fight it out in the half-mile event. Track Prospects for the 1956 North Central track team looked good at Tamarack press time, and opportunity for placing among the top squads in the city was promising. 'AWe have a good chance for at least a second place finish," was the opinion expressed by Coach Al Danielson, 'ibut we'll be out there fighting for the top spot. We have I3 returning letterinen this season and are strong in the middle-distance events." Returning letterinen include Bob Adams and June Hanford in the 4405 Bob Doyle, john McNee and Ron Turner, half milersg Bill Overholser and Mel Waldman, hurcllers and Ken Burger, Ron Barber, Don Gordon and Harold Thorsen, sprinters. Lettermen Dick Throm and Ken White rank among the top contenders in the city for pole vault and shot-put respectively. VARSITY TRACK-Top to bottom: Bob Adams, Bob Doyle, Don Gordon, Ron Barber, D Hohenst 'n John M N oug en , c ee, Bill Overholser , , Im Q fill M. . MQ .., -. 'sk . M .A-.,, t:,. , , ., cs, K W' sk . Q. ., ,, . s Si H' W X ,...,. 920. cap? I47 X X V X X A X3 N ,.i.s:t,.i2I31.f., .,,,,.sS-.1 ..,, . 'tiwffb A af. 2' Half? 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"ln these events the other schools are strong. This cuts down still further the chances for our boysf, A Top to bottom: Ken Berger, George Nikotich, gg Ron Turner, Don Middaugh, June Hanford, N Gene McMurtrey, Dick Throm TTT: ' Q f .'..:j:::.,.' su .. 1 H ' if 3 :eggs Getting "set" for the 440-yard sprint in the NC-LC meek .., SSE M, 'Y ,,. Q9 534' f' i S4399 53' Esfix i 'Ain- ,AP'-M ww M N....-..,,..,4.........-..s.. A. 1 , ug? 9-'JA' . SPM i 2353? 3' .. ,151 L Dick Throm, letterman pole vaulter, flips up and over- in NC-Rogers meet. '--K4 ,Rg.,..,,x- A i ' Q i Q-Qi?-ff Top to bottom: Ray Buckholtz, Barry Roff, N -gif? 1 gxxqw 1,171- Biu Bradford, Dave shepard, Bob yi Bostrom, Rick Connick, Bob Thomas, LW zxnx N . ' f Gary Shinkoskey - haf, k5?Nf"f I n x 5.1: I49 .Ax,,:, E? d 5 MQ W 9-W t.fsm4..,ff2,,,rl.?i al i? ' I . V, ft V ,. ' ,. 21. i if ' :" Q EEN 535535 ,,.h .,, F l i Q5Fx'?3 5 'fig i i fi S35 256 ii ., . J u x 4 1 ff xml f--f . r 5 A-,'i":'4'z. e so One lap down and one to go in NC-LC half-mile event Mfwf. A ' . ,-ii' .. . ,, 5-15- Carley Hardt Pat Murphy and Steve Schumann Top to bottom: Dick Baker, Gary Burrus, Bruce Reid, Don Newcomb, Neil Williams, Jim Magstadt, Gary Koeppel, Ernie McLeish 7 TRACK COACHES AND MANAGERS-Front row: Coaches Al Danielson and B.1rr111 Exley Back row i v 'Q Rx i Q if 2 by .hygi- .-S'S12,f . 4 v 1 45,51 ftp 11- X2 B-SQUAD TRACK - Front row: Steve Young, Jerry Scollard, Ji n Magstad, Dan Stansberry, Dave King, Ivan Payne, Bruce Reed, Ron Foreman, John Wright, Dick Gunter, Don Brown, Doug Shurtleff. Second row: Glen Solverson, Bob Hood, Larry Kingeri Gary Koeppel, Neal Williams, Jim Wilson, Ray Powis, Ron Pantzer, Mark Fallon, Chuck Turbak, Gerhart Harte, George St-- landros, Dennis Magnan, Roger Neale, Ron Meyer Freshman, B-Squad Track lfreshinan antl B-Squad traelunen have worked out periocl 6 and after school with the varsity every day uncler the supervision of their own. of Coach Al Danielson and his assistant Burrill Exley in preparation for their nieets. last eight years," saicl Mr. Danielson. The B Squatlclers plannecl on running in all of the varsity meets plus extra meets "These freshmen have the best poten- tial of any North Central frosh team in the FRESHMAN TRACK- Front row: Stan Casperson, Steve Poutre, Terry Thach, Dick Franks, Ken Higbee, Mickey Carney. Jerry Wichterman, Dennis Gratton, Bert Pence. Back row: Jerry Wilkinson, Gary King, Mike Lampert, Denny York, Esse Bjorklund. Brent Gates, Ed Paro, Dick Stannard, Dennis Krenzler, Bill Bailey, Dick Roekstad I5 l Senior George Dupree coming in to the "final stretch" in cross-country meet. Guided by head track mentor Al Danielson, this year's h a r r i e r s finished second to Lewis and Clark in the varsity and B leagues, and took first in the fresh- man division. Running against squads in the Inland Empire Amateur Athletic Union meet at Downriver Golf Course and the VVSC frosh gave the Red and Black needed experience and well-earned knowledge. Paced by top distance man George Du- pree, Indian hill-and-dalers took second place in the All-City meet, and turned in some good performances in other competi- tion. Lettermen Doug Hohenstein, George Nikotich and George Dupree will be missed by next year's team, however, Dick Baker, Gary Burrus, Bobby Thomas and Ron Turner have received their letters and will be on hand next season. Cross-Countr CROSS-COUNTRY-Front row: Darreld Hutchins, Dennis Gratton, Ken Higbee, Terry Thach, Bert Pence, Dick Franks, Jerry Wichterman, Steve Poutre, Stan Casperson, Jim Thompson. Second row: Larry Wornstaff, Ken Zink, Frank Clark, Ray Powis, Skip Perry, Roger Negle, Barry Roff, Mike Craggett, Jerry Scollard, Larry Helgoe, Marv Gattis, Dick Gunter, Daryl Olin. Back row: Gary Burrus, Ron Turner, Dick Baker, Ron Barber, Bob Thomas, George Dupree, Doug Hohenstein, George Nikotich, Den- l52 nis Banik, Austin Pagnotta RN!-b Y' J V ' S .iam E-SQUAD BASEBALL.-Front rcw: John Skelton, Richard Page, Robert Oliver, Ray Jacobs, Michael Spilker, James McBrid Ivan Johnston, Back row: John Burdick, Gary Davis, Gary Gorremans, Daryl Triplett, Bill Sarratt, Ted Burley, Dennis Woodhurst, James McClintock Future varsity baseball clubs have a prosperous outlook, as fresh- man and B teams, coached by Bill Diedrick and Bill Wlhitaker respec- tively, produced many good prospects this season. This year's freshmen, bigger in size than in the past years, played their home games at Garry Park. B horsehiders, who filled a heavy schedule, were bolstered by last year's freshmen and a group from Havermale Junior High. an if N FRESHIVIAN BASEBALL TEAM - Front row: Larr-J Wid "an, Ron Williams, Roger Haisley, Bfll Sperl'ng, Richard Van Hersett, David Hatch, Tim Edmunson, Dick Lebinger. Second row: Ed Smith, Bud Schroeder, Ron Kobloth, Jeff Kyle, Gene Robards, Gary Hills, Jin Thompson, Mickey Carney, Back row: Larry Chat- terton, Steve Bischoft, Larry Summers, Gary Sligar, Gary Johnson, Robin Risteen, Jim Dewey l53 'Maile Frank Barnes attempts a bunt as Chuck Wilkes steals home in prese inter-squad game. Laurie Ness flips his mask in an attempt to tag Wi Taking it all in are Mike Tye and Ralph Burlock. BASEBALL COACHES-Left to r BSOYI lkes. ight: Bill Diedrick, freshman: Bill Whitaker, B squad and Al Manfred, varsity I54 X XX Hurler Stan Woodhurst is "caught in the act" in preseason workout. WVith eight returning lettermen and a first squad transfer to form the nucleus of his club, Coach Al Manfred looks for a prosperous base- ball season. Mike McVay and Ernie Smith, both letter winners, are vying for the first base slot. McVay, a senior, is counted on to do relief hurling, while Smith, a junior, was brought up from the B squad midway through the season last year to assist at this infield position. Mike Tye, senior letterman, is playing at second and short and is being used as a utility pitcher. A transfer from Lewis and Clark, Frank Barnes, holds down the third base position although he is being heavily pushed by Jim Zumoto, a junior from the B team. In the outer gardens, seniors Chuck Wilkes and Ralph Burlock hold down two of the positions. Lanny Anderson, junior, patrols the other area, just as he did after being brought up from the B team last year. Taking over his customary backstop position is senior award winner Laurie Ness, with junior Mike Rypczynski also seeing action here. VARSITY BASEBALL-Top to bottom:ABob Biel, Ernie Smith, Ralph Burlock, Jim Zumoto, Laurie Ness, Chuck Wilkes, Mike Tye we if fax sf ,L r 5 Q lk in is? 3 -h 5 l' at is l ' 2 I ,,.' fi t ' i I fr iii AL.. W, rL...M.,i-.,.s,, g W . ISF 5 at f 5-5 -- wi: fl A 5 X772 . v W' N i ,H 5, -.xiii 3' ,FZ Q ,, y K Ralph Burlock jumps into the air to snag a hot one in practice. Ken Zink walks behind him quite unconcerned Q' ' ' 5 5 F..-.... Manfredys mound staff consists of senior letterman Bob Biel, juniors Stan Woodhiirst and Ken Zinlc, and promising sophomore Laurin Lee. Starting practices in late March, in order to be prepared for city league play which began against West Valley on April 24, varsity horse- hiders saw action in a double-header against Lewiston on the Bengals' home grounds. WSC's frosh and Cheney high provided other opposition met by the Indians. VVest Valley and Central Valley, who entered city league this year, joined Lewis and Clark, Rogers and Gonzaga as league rivals for the Red and Black diamondmen. faves, L Top to bottom: Frank Barnes, Dick Daschbach, Dan Hill, Don Kolb, Ron Quincy, Frank Nelson, Lanny - . as as , e . 1- Anderson -mfffsi if , f I56 5 S 3 . sf wk at as Q i -D Third baseman Frank Barnes scoops up a groun er in intersquad tilt. Ali eyes seem tc be on Coach Manfred as he goes over fundamentals with his team. Top to bottom: Duane Weston, Bob Rauch, Ken Zink, Laurin Lee, Mike Rypczynski, Stan Woodhurst, Walt Willman E1 4 .-. 'S' 41' Ms- Q 1 grffif gi , Q, gbw Q Y iff?-i:5i A Hai 'Q 1 A GOLF TEAM-Kneeling: Jim Kolb, Dick Noren, Bob McKinney, Brian Quanbeek, Floyd Amsden, Tim Pebles, Bob Caruso Standing: Pat Kennedy, Bill Reuter, Ron Vawter, Bob Johnson, Jack Maxwell, Arthur Plath, Neil Christian, instructor Bob Caruso tees off at Highbridge. R58 Golf Varsity linksmen opened their season with an intrasquad ladder tournament, de- signed to select the top players for league play, which opened April 9 against Lewis and Clark at Downriver and ended with a meeting with Gonzaga on the same course, May 2 l. Entering the Inland Empire High School Golf Tournament on May l4 and the boys' and girls' mixed two-ball tourna- ment May 7, provided added competition for Coach Don Bonamy's golfers, who also met Lewis and Clark, Gonzaga and Rogers in league action. Bolstered by only three returning let- termen divot-diggers-Pat Kennedy, Gary Mehlert and Mike Hammond-Coach Bon- amy had his job cut out for him. "Golf is not like basketball or baseball," said Coach Bonarny. HEaeh man has his sea- sonsg it is the individuals garnef, Warrior netters opened their season against Central Valley on April I9 and fin- ished on May 24 battling against West Valley's Eagles. Around his six returning lettermen- Ed Holm, Marshall Reynolds, Jerry Strand, Dick Selby, Jim Price and Gary Tewinkel- Coach Ernest Hix molded this year's Red and Black hard-courters. Les Rider and Larry Sleizer were the only two lost from last seasons runner-up contingent. Holm, Strand and Selby are seniors and will not be on hand next fall. Rogers, Gonzaga, Lewis and Clark, West Valley and Central Valley, along with the league's newest entrant, Mead, com- posed the city league opposition for the Indians. Coach Hix entered his teams also in the Inland Empire Tennis Champion- ships and the Freshman Tournament. Tennis TENNIS TEAM-Don Lobdell, Dale Mickus .Terry Strand Gary Tewinkel Ed Holm Jim Price, Frank Vawter Marshall Reynolds ng, 27? -K, ws "On the bars" are Miss Eleanor Dixon, girls' physical education instructor, and Miss Elsa Pinkham, department head. Girls' Physical Education Eleven hundred girls were enrolled in physical education each semester this year under the direction of Miss Elsa Pinkham, head of the department, and Miss Eleanor Dixon, her assistant. The l3th biennial Doll Shop presented in March was the big undertaking of the department. Rehearsals' for the show began in early january with both girls and boys- 3l5 of them - preparing and practicing their respective numbers. Red Feathers and the song and yell leaders are under the supervision of Miss Pinkham. The Color Girls have Miss Dixon as their adviser. Each girl may earn her all-activity points by turning out for sports. She may also earn points by attending the varsity games, by assisting charitable organizations in their flower sales and by marching in the various civic parades. When a girl has earned 500 points, she is awarded the all-activity shield. For l000 points a black star is added, 1500 points, an- other black star, and 2000 points, a gold star. Extracurricular activities, which are coached by Miss Dixon, are volleyball, bas- ketball, softball, badminton and horseback riding. l6l RED FEATHERS-Front row: Joanne Dalen, Barbara Delvechio, Janice Aaseby, Margie Ewy, Dorene Hagen, Carol Beam, Vicki Beehler. Second row: Carole Fisher, Colleen Burke, Bobbie Allison, Merlee Conrath, Dorothy Beaty, Karen Brown, Daisy Henry, LaVerne Belshaw, Marilyn Bergman. Third row: Linda Eldenburg, Janice Botts, Audrey Fairfax, Verlena Hall, Jacky Gerl, Betty Bridgham, Virginia Brandenburg, Beverly Aronson, Arlynne Denny. Back row: Judy Davis, Maxine Bowerman, Marilyn Brewster, Carol Jean Ellis, Philo Corser, Beverly Donley, Brenda Hewitt, Marilynn Clark, Marietta Bundy, Charlene Brockel Red Feathers v 1: W mf RED FEATHERS- Front row: Sharon Neuman, Judy Plein, Judie Merica, Janna Merica, Karen Kastburg, Judy Nicholson, Valerie Johnson Second row: Gayle Phelps, Gail Morgan, Marilu Miller Marilyn Minffa. Sharon Kinder, Deanna Ovcson, Roberta John- son, Sally Mills. Janice Perry. Third row: Jeniene Poutre, Marilyn Lanphere, Janice Mast, Judy Lipscomb, Sharon Lund, Betsy Jones, Shirley Moore, Janet Murken, Janet McGeorge, Judy Mead. Back row: Vicki Pruitt, Kathy Howard, Karen Pickett, Willean Pledger, Joan Miner, Kathy Moran, Pate Quist. Sharen Hunt, Janice Mellgren, Janice Hewitt ii 62 -err "WV 'vw-in Wa. SPRING AND FALL RED FEATHER OFFICERS- Fall: Sally Mills, sergeant at armsg Patc Quist, chairman, Margie Ewy, secre- taryg Judie Merica, historian reporter. Spring: Roberta Johnson, sergeant at armsg Karolyn Unger, chairman, Jeniene Poutre, secretary, Wilma Uhden, historian reporter Red Feathers wr nr RED FEATHERS- Front row: Franque Remington, Karolyn Unger, Nikki Selivanoff, Marilyn Robbins, Nancy Squires, Charlene Slosser, Phyllis Stalick. Second row: Agness Zimmerman, Jerene Vincent, Melbern Connor, Karol Woodbury, Anne Pein, Adele Fothergill, VVilma Uhden, Lois Smith, Anita Sonderen, Barbara Welch. Third row: Claudia Minor, Elaine Scott, Dorothy Rudisile. Joan Young, Arlene West, Eilene West, Sandra Weddle, Alberta Saunders, Mary Stevens. Back row: Gail Thompson, Kay Shawley. Lyn Sisich, Rosemary Sleizer, Pat Todd, Zaida Sly, Sandee Strand, Janet Schuster, Judi Seymour, Marjorie Stockton I63 COLOR GIRLS - Front row: Dorothy Braaten, Carol Piper, Sharon Mathew, Betty Rolfsness, Sharon Cogley, Deanna Wildmer, Jonelle Novak, Freda Brown, Second row: Pat Covington, Margaret Bruce, Jo Green, Carol Charest, Gail Swanson, Sharon Camp- bell, Sharon Alger, Donna Graham. Back row: Judy Waiting, Sandie Van Doren, Jackie McCoy, Mary Ann Jack- son, Barbara Adams, Sandra Inman, Elinore Richards Color Girls COLOR GIRLS- Front row: Carol Urbach, Dianne Pence, Barbara Bacon, Nancy Johnson, Beverly Mathis, DeAnna Horn, Lailla Watson, Kay Dodge. Second row: Patricia McGrath, Lorraine Miller, Susan Merriman, Virginia Hulick, Judy Mills, JoAnn Bishop, Jackie Heimbigner, Linda Engle, Kay Sayles. Back row: Billie Jo Maloney, Sharon Quiring, Beverly Harris, Mary Ann Witt, De- anna Woodward, Alice Lacy, Diane Duncan, Linda Green 164 ww vw vb.. SPRING AND FALL COLOR GIRL OFFICERS- Fall: Linda Barnard, sergeant at arms: Betty Rolfsness, historian reporter: Bev- erly Mathis. chairman, Huberta Kinney, secretary. Spring: Sharon Coglejv. chairman: Billie Jo Maloney. historian reporter, Jo- anne Bishop. sergeant at arms: Kay Dodge. secretary: Carol Jean Thibault. sergeant at nrzns Color Girls , .- iylj M2355 COLOR GIRLS- Front row: Linda Shriver, Janice Sipe, Joyce Robertson, Linda Barnard, Hubertzi Kinney, Geraldine Bloom, Kay Newland, Cecelia Reuss. Second row: Janet Eppley. Ruth Smith, Jo Anne Lucas, Carol Jean Thibault, Linda Schatz, Fredene Moran, Barbara Froyer. Alice Rae Collins. Back row: Janet Babcock. Sharlene Cozzetti. Pat Wetherell. Bonnie Richmond, Lois Rich- ards, Charlene Frazier, Arlene Distad, Karen Kirkpatrick I65 Karnlyn Unger scores on the court. Tennis A singlc round robin played With each of the four other senior high schools-Lewis and Clark, Rogers, West Valley and Cen- tral Valley-was the high light of the past year for the girls! tennis team coached by Miss Elsa Pinkham, head of the Girls' Physical Education Department. The racketeers practiced every Monday and VVednesday during period 6 and after school and on Saturday mornings. Scores of practice sets were kept and players ranked accordingly. Fall semester cocaptains were Karolyn Unger and Claudia Miner. Karol Wood- bury and Karen Kastberg were managers. Carol jean Ellis was Papoose manager. Co- captains for the spring semester were Doro- thy Beaty and Karen Brown. TENNIS TEAM -Front row: Eilene West, Arlene West, Donna Graham, Joanne Dalen, Geraldine Bloam, Janet Murken. Sec- ond row Carol Jean Ellis, Karen Kastberg, Karolyn Unger, Miss Pinkham, Claudia Miner, Karol Woodbury. Third row: Anita Zehm Charlene Slosser, Dorothy Beaty, Margie Ewy, Lyn Sisich, Karen Brown, LaVerne Belshaw, Sharon Kinder, Daisy Henry, V1ck1 Pruitt, Barbara Walker, Philo Corset, Karen Pickett, Mary Stevens. Back row: Franque Remington, Kay Shawley, Mary Reed, Elaine Scott, Dorothy Braaten, Anita Sonderen, Roberta Warner, Gail Thompson, Shirley Hill, Judy Stempel, Karen Randall, Beverly Aronson Golf Twenty-six girls, coached by Miss Wil- helmine Timm, played golf period 6 each Tuesday beginning in J an u a r y, at the Highbridge recreation auditorium, where they received instruction from pro Neil Christian. Then when the course at Down- river opened in April, lessons were con- tinued there, and the girls started competi- tive golf. This spring they entered in a two-ball foursome with the Lewis and Clark boys' team. Karen Pickett has been manager for the group and Roberta M ichlitch, captain. GOLF TEAM -Front row: Roberta Michlitch, Karen Pickett Julie Wilcox Barbara Walker Georgia Horley Sharon Wing Leone Gross, Second row: Claudette Kuch, Judy Lipscomb, Marilyn Daly Nikki Sellvanoff Sandra Hall Karen Bodley Barbara Brown Sharon Isaksen. Back row: Neil Christian, pro at Downriver Diana Sheridan Lmda Schatz Joan Morigeau Annette Roberts Marie Powell, Pat Wheeler, Luane Huston Carol Quarles Sharon Pardun Miss Timm Managers Cecelia Reuss, Kay Minnick and Marilyn Robb are caught by the cameraman on their way to a game. ins Basketball Eleven teams participated in the girls' basketball tournament in December. Miss Dixon was in charge of the single round robin and Miss Timm and Miss Knight assisted her. Basketball managers were Marilyn Lan- phere, Cecelia Reuss, Kay Minnick, Mari- lyn Robbins, Carol Jean Ellis and Janice Perry. Teams taking part Were: Sassy Sen- iors, Sixteen Tons, Ball Slingers, Bouncing Beauties, lfVhippersnappers, Slippery Soph- omores, Crew Cuts, Dangerous Dames, NC Trotters, Dizzy Dames and Red Hot Frosh. Fundamentals of basketball were taught in two sessions November 8 and 10. Classes also were conducted for referees, timekeep- ers and managers November l and 3. Offi- cials were Beverly Aronson, Dotty Breeden, Mary Breeden, Tarrell Hunt, Thelma Jaques, Sharon Kinder, Claudia Miner, Thelma Tollefsen and Barbara lfValker. BASKETBALL WINNING TEAM - Front row: Virginia Brandenburg, Linda Eldenburg, Karolyn Unger, Barbara Welch, Second row: Anita Sonderen, Adele Fothergill, Barbara Walker, Bobbie Allison, Melbern Connor. Back row: Arlene Applegate, Olga Melo- slavin, Alberta Saunders, Sally Mills, Eilene West 168 Volleyball Volleyball play opened in January with more than 160 girls turning out. Tourna- ments were held after school each Tues- day and Thursday. The girls were divided into six teams, each playing five games. Team six was champion with five wins and no defeats. Managers of the volleyball games were Claudia Miner, Cecelia Reuss, Arlene West, Judy Plein, Darlene Schmidt and Janice Mast. Fllllflalnelltals of volleyball are taught Darlene Schmidt, t orfa me Miner, cm. Jean sms and in regular gym classes to prepare the girls for their school teamwork. Janice Mast ready to begin play. VOLLEYBALL WINNING TEAM - Front row: Sandy Van Doren, Shelby Rice, Marilyn Fried, Joan Young, Millie Mueller, Sally Swift, Pat Claflin, Grace Tregallas, Dorothy Rudisile. Second row: Franque Remington, Karolyn Unger, Gaye Koeppel, Virginia Hulick, Jean Miner, June Tillett, Janice Bolts, Sheila Randall, Sally Engstrom, Thelma Tollefsen I69 O SONG AND YELL LEADERS-Glenn Bradley, Shirley Gustafson, Sandy Glidden. Thelma Toll-if L Marilyn Blough, Darlene Jackman Song and Yell Leaders "Come on yol- Injuns, let's go to t'rwn." SONG AND YELL. LEADERS-Pat Mullen. Pat Green, Lynn Kimberling, Doris Fry, Carol Edge, Jerry Miller Sandra Glidden and Thelma Tollefsen doin' their stuff. Donna Martinson demonstrates her backstroke, Swimming Perfecting numerous strokes and tak- ing Red Cross swim tests were among the activities of the girls' after-school swim group. From 50 to 60 girls turned out each Monday, advanced swimmers and begin- ners alike. The pool was open to them from 3 to 4 p.m. Gym make-ups and all- activity points were given to those who par- ticipated regularly. During the year more than 150 girls took part. Cochairmen of the swimmers were Marie Glenn and Sharon Pardun. They took roll and helped award all-activity points. HY'-w X AFTER-SCHOOL SWIM - Front row: Pat Nelson, Karen Hammond, Charlene Frazier, Jeanne Alderson, Donna Martinson ,JoAnne Lucas, Betty Greer, Marlene Mastne, Millie Mueller, Charlene Schmidt.Second row: Ruth Smith, Barbara Ficklin, Barbara Adams, Marianna Grinsteiner, June Tillett, Charlene Sampson, Pati Altman, Sandra Inham, Judy Derogatis, Arlyne Ferguson. Back row: Lillian Randall, Joyce Eakins, Karen Kirkpatrick, Sheila Fitzsimmons, Darlene Shaw, Alice Rae Collins, Lola Walker, Joanne Bolma, Judy Whittier, Pat Claflin, Kallene Hayes I72 Badminton Barbara YValker and Karen Brown shared the victory of the junior-senior dou- bles badminton tournament in February. To earn this they won two out of three games against the finalists. Forty-eight girls played Tuesday and Thursday after school in the old gym, eliminating until the Win- ners only Were left. ' These games were followed in March and early April by a freshman-sophomore doubles and a limited singles elimination. Instructor Miss Dixon was assisted by managers, Janice Botts and Judy Plein. Jean Miner, Joan Young and Wfillean Pledger refereed the games. Jean Miner, Joan Young and Judy Pleln get their hurdles OVC? the HCI '1..,,. BADMINTON FINALISTS-Front row: Franque Remington, Karen Brown, Barbara Walker, Anita Sonderen Charlene Brocl-:el Anita Zehm. Back row: Karolyn Unger, Willean Pledger, Sharon Hunt, Roberta Warner, Claudia Miner Sharon Neuman Skatin Noveniber t h r o u gh March, every lVednesday at 2 p.ni., the skating class leaves for the lee Arena. Forty-three boys and girls participated this year. Qualifications necessary to join the skating class are two: Owning a pair ol' ice skates and having period 6 lree. The skaters learn spirals, inside Mohawks, three turn, figure eight, pivots and Dutch waltz. Girls earn points and gyin make-ups lor regular attendance and tests. Miss Elsa is Pinkharn and Miss VVilhelniine 'llimrn are in charge of the group. Diana Sheridan, Gloria Sehlenker and Earlene Qualls were Linda Barnard' Miss Timm and Bob N"'d'u"d managers this season. Transportation was by Indian VVagon. SKATING - Front row: Jim Gates, Roy Kueh, Janice Aaseby, Donna Martinson, Austin Pagnotta, Gordon Upham, Janet Murken, Joanne Dalen, Suzanne Curtis, Sharon Campbell, Elaine Scott, Thelma Jaques, Linda Barnard, Harlan Knobel, Second row: Wil- helmine Timm, Gloria Schlenker, Ann Lloyd, Marcia Whiteside, Arlene Noel, Heather Richardson, Caryl Briscoe, Diana Sheridan, Carol Ann Koch, Gail Swanson, Janice Botts, Sharon Pardun, Bob Nordlund, Dick Fry, Elsa Pinkham. Back row: Earlene Qualls, Fay Gay, Jane Hester, Patricia Bushnell, Dick Ripley, J. P. Sullivan, Karen Pickett, Judy Lipscomb, LaVerne Belshaw, Carroll Killin, Deanna Woodward, Gary Henslee, Don Gordon 74 Horseback This year. boys joined the girls who went horseback riding alter school each Nlonday and iVednesday at the Seven Mile Riding Stables. .-Xdyiser for the group is Nliss Dixon. She drives the group to the stables in the Indian YVagon. Learning basic fundamen- tals and proper equestrian etiquette came with the riding sessions. Fee charged was 81.25 a ride or live rides lor l-Xll-Acti- vity points were awarded lor each ride. Co- chairinen of the group were Dee Shaw and jackie Hunies. The year was eliniaxed by a two-hour ride followed by a picnic at the Bowl and Pitcher. ff Darlene Shaw and Jackie Humes, chairmen, about to leave on a horseback excursion. 5 HORSEBACK RIDING - Front row: Molly Jo Zimbrick, Claudia Gardner, Mary Anna Burnside, Audrey Butts, Second row: Nancy Bennett, Clarice Anderson, Joanne Keller, Judy Abernathy, Bev Straclley, Elaine Newcomb, Barry Fell, Jackie Humes, Darlene Shaw. Back row: Carol McClellan, Joan Schultz, Diana Hill, Darlene Becker, Bob Clark, Kay Anderson, Jon Opsal l75 li Janice Sipe. Kathleen McDonald and Tarrell Hunt. Strike! Q v 1 Softball "fake ine out to the ball ganie . . .' Six teams of girl softball players met every morning before school in April to play a single round robin of ball, or five games. The girls niet on Kennedy field at 7:30 a.ni. and played until 8:l5 a.1n. Miss Dixon. coach. kept three dianionds busy at once with the help ol Dotty and Mary Breeden. managers for the season. The annual in traniural track ineet, May 21. included girls' relay races, 50 and 75- yard dashes, shot-put, broad and high jumps. 220 and 370-yard dashes and base- ball and basketball throws for distance. vwusffg SOFTBALL GIRLS- Front row: Nikki Selivanoff, Charlene Ogle, Linda Hemmerling, Peggy Kandler, Charlene Slosser, Tarrell Hunt, Ruth Olsen. Second row: Karen West, Gaye Koeppel, Carol Charest, Linda Schatz, Julie Wilcox, Kathleen McDonald, Judy Davis, Lailla Vlhwtson. Third row: Carman James, Sharon Witt, Pat Altman, Patti Monohon, Deanna Weidmer, Kay Newland, Alice Rae Collins. Janice Sipe I76 W --'Q GYM OFFICE WORKERS- Front row: Dotty Breeden, Darlene Jackman, Sharon Kinder, Lida Schatz, Pate Quist, Karen Brown. Second row: Pat Wetherell, Bobbie Allison, Gayle Phelps, Anne Pein, Deetly Gerl, Elaine Lainb, DeannQOveson, Beverly Mathis, DeAnna Horn. Back row: Janet Eppley, Lorraine Miller, Diane Duncan, Karen Kastberg, Arlynne Denny, Lorraine Kyle, Karolyn Unger, Ellinore Richards, Huberta Kinrrey 'ff Girls' Physical Education Monitors This year's locker, tpwel and restroom monitors have been: Margie Laue, Elaine Dahl, Verna Lamson, Claudia Is,a,Point, Janna Merica, Marilyn Mingo, Lois Worth- ington, Deanna Oveson, Sharlene Cozzetti, Barb Weishaar, Charlene Ogle, Elaine Scott, Joan Young, MaryiReed, Elizabeth Vaughn, Joan Heintz, Shirley White, Joy Ann Hamilton, Linda Green, Animarie Andrews, Jeanne Gilbert, Roberta Mich- litch, Carol Lohoefer, Lorraine Badt, San- dra Stowers, Pat Beam, Barbara Swanson, Beverly Casselman, Carrell Peterson, Thelma Jacque, Suzie Franki, Billie Van- Amburgh, Janet Schuster, Judy Nicholson, Joan Ewell, Kathy Corrin, Lena Slinkard, Barbara Brown, Carol Jean Ellis, Marcia Whitesicle, Diane Smith, Frances Ells- worth, Janice Sipe, Carol Urbach, Diane Willst1'i1ck, Sharon Hutclnnson, D i a n e Hill, Mildred Mueller, Claudia Bunge Barbara Bacon, Barbara Trouer, Janice Mast, LaVella Keebler, and Charlene Brockel. 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Monroe generating station, built in 1389 by The Xvasliington Vlfziter Power Conipany, was the marvel of the industry in its day and still Serves the company efficiently with low cost power. xx'sz3'r1-Cm Tllti W3Sl1iHgt0I1 WHICI' POW61' CO. Mix-5121 l80 E an vm Going My Way? "The new Clievroletis so-wo lianclsoim-,'l breathes Verna Lznnson. Lois Smith and Gene 1lcMurtrey say, "Terrific cleals :il l'illCl1Z1ll1lll Clievrulet Y" wma Third BuChE1l1311 Cl'lCVl'O1Ct Rl-7134 4 " E 5 E L71 aansiURQ53 i . ',!'iIf.7'! ' jd ' Forget the Calories .' Will That Be All? Nlfhile .lanet Griswold :incl llill Green converse Vliifll HCHCU11 Cll'2lNt'1'S' 4-l1U111' SC1'VlCt' Hi 110 cluring a break, Dixie johnson :md liranlc extra Cost, Xlznrilyn lirieml. AlZ11'lL'llC Smith and lflarrigfm Sip Q1 'ghakc 1,1 Raleigh Clzirli lenmx tliefll get pleasing results. - 9 K1rk's Beacon S Division at VX'ellesley - - HL'-2602 V50-Z lllfliilllll ' HR-0000 l8l VVe hope you were pleased with the photographs taken of you in our studios so pleased, in fact, that you will look to us when you want to record the next important event in your life . . . your engagement, your wedding, your first born. We would like to consider your school yearbook picture as the first in a series We will take of you. PHOTO STUDIO . . . STREET FLOOR O Bill Overholser, '56, Federation president, and Daisy Henry, '56 League president, look over the selection of photos at the Crescent Photo Studio where many of the .North Central grads are having pictures taken. . Dig That Crazy Camera!! Yictm' Klcllougzlll ClC1HUllSlI'HtC'S the prcmccss of Ulllliillg am Q-xpusL11'c uf Z1 picture to .lamina Gratton, .lurly Nicholson. llcannzl Ovcsou. Norma .lczm Umm, Lois VXv0I'thi11gliJl'1 and hlzmicc Eclcn at SDQKANE AMEIQICAN ENGIQAVING CQ. V AIIA Q-:mffT'V,iQ,,i .w.4,A.,,.,.MJ:, -.. , Mi' Qiil--"WT 402CHRONlCLE BLDG ' SPOKANE WASHINGTON I83 fiiliif S EE Paint, Glass and Wallpaper F1lm or a Shutterbug "Just the color I want Qmphaglles X tuendlx Customer mal es a purchase ,lanetSehuste1 to-IL1d1SQX1'1'1OuI' Iioin Flame Dahl at the hcadquailers foi fine eanierds both new and used W. P Fullel C0 N229 P951 1j10Q Boom W1lli'0b S MA-4161 rxr mi mm spmguc Mx fseo What an Offer .' As Dorothy jean Burchett proudly displays the special prices given to seniors, Audrey Fairfax, Johnny Regis and Diane Sharp unanimously decide this is the studio for them ! Burchett Studio MA-2821 S13 Howard I84 f 'N l 'PE' I , ,,A 5-iw .xx. n .V,., ,Tb Z1 ,,,, n, L ,1Q: Q 4.4,,l1 Wagyu, ,,,..,....,..,Mf.w5:...,.WML Lis, ,,. ii lib gl I i Q 4 W - ' I ""'M"W :gi Tafkmg It Easy ii Poulinls have such mocl- ! ern furniture, complete X for thc lioincfl Qxclaims W Sally Braun to Margie Lam-. Carol Jczm Ellis lilws ilu' lciiiclilmzicks :it Poulin Co. Twill Sfows Nl4l1 Monroe BR-4851 ESUIZ Spraguc VVA -6221 Look at This .' Busy People "Hmmm . . . very zittrzzctivcf' comiiicnts Dick x x Y , ,F 1 f , 1 A Q f . C0m.tCau as hu helps IOC Cyl. :md Huck Poster ,Ximmltn H.1mmoud, Jung, 35, 1.1145 d1Lt.1t1o11 . . . -- ff-'-' - 1 .-'l V' .- ,' 1 Chrmst, their graduatum Suns at fiom flb5lSldTlll1l.1l'l2lgLl lom Slum, 'Tum 38,41 B1.00k,S ficurityl Bra'nch v Main and Howzircl - M,-X-4116 l85 Wise Shoppers , North Central Grads "VVhich shall it he 7' asks Eddy Roland, Dawn Robertson, June ,54, demonstrates the IRM manager, as he shows Phyllis Stalick and Key Punch to Raymond llelivuulc, June '55, at Janice Nast his jewelry display at , , Iqlfllfllilll R01313-d S isrsixsss Uxivizlesity NIOIS Monroe 3 BK-2018 S110 Howard -- MA-1131 A Unique Pose It's Christian Studio for portraits, exquisite but not expensive. 'llhatls why LaVonne Peterson, Gary Dutton and Merlee Conrath Chose this studio for their senior pictures. Cl11'iSlQi2l11 Studio Just Across From the Ridpath on Sprague I86 In-Between Time l'lUl'f'1Ill1illf l1'L'2llSl 'llzlliv it from tlmsa' wllu lqumx' 'SZlllf',Al1lI'lll1. .Xl1ll'lCl.lZlZlllIl Put IllXYE1j'5CZll1ll . . Frosto lllrllallll at NX'z1sl1i11gtm1 Em-20-ll -ul NC Grads Who Have Chosen ' Whitworth Takmg Over , b Y A fully zlccrcclitcrl training in l,llJ6I'Z1l Arts zmcl llll W' UP! 51141115 D011 X'?111fll'1'WVl l'1'c-P1'ofcssloual fields. For information write to Al B1'fl21lL'll :mel lion XN'elcl1 at to cli1'vCto1' of Aclmisslcms, Box N. l VY Y AUdLlb011 F1161 Wlutworth College Nl3Z9.Xsl1-f- FA-2525 I87 YU G "x'li3l' N, , eq! .. ' 1. itll' ' A Wd A 5 I J Y , x. ' wiv dw Painters Galore Fine Portraits Arlynne Denny, Dan Ricgel and Dixie Johnson , ' 110131519 Alliggn poggg fOr her receive aclviccxon interior decorating needs frmn fy! 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