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

 - Class of 1958

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A., V vi ,Lfi,,Aj,w1 A, ,ww 6 av' - ,T Aw it A .A gnu... A I 1. 1 : A. V A QW -W-"A . dv ANA .- -ml, my 5 The Doll Shop is the theme of the 1958 Tamarack, and to it, its players and its friends, we dedicate this book. Again this spring North Central guys and dolls pre- sented Doll Shop-our gala talent show. This 14th bien- nial production was a special one, not only because it was one ol? the best, but also because it is the last one for its creator and director, Miss Elsa Pinkham, and music conductor and arranger, Lowell Bradford. Though the dolls on the division pages are not actual Doll Shop characters, they do portray North Central stu- dents who for years have been impersonating them. Each division represents a part of school life. In the opening of the book, they sit on the shelves of Pink's Heaven, just "coming to life." At the close, they have returned once again, to wait until some magic hand some day brings them "back to life." C ll PR O111' s1'111111l- 111111'111, fri ISS UIJENCE PRIM, may 500111 11 1111 1111! of jvlafv ill 1111s 111131 of 11111111111 1'1I'111'11111111 ,' ,Wi .1110 .x',v111l111If firm' UIC lClI1'f1'i1l1j f11'of1'.s'.s'111 11, for 111.v17if1l1111' 111111 l1'111'1111111 xfill 1111 llfllllf ill lltllllfl, Glfllflllfffl 1110 77LC?l1I0Il7.V 1111131 have 1rI11111gc1i. Y K ACHE 1- L N F if I' e WILLIAM C. SORENSON L. GLEN MINARD City Superintendent of Schools Assistant Superintendent of Schools Since 1875, Spokane has been fortunate to have school boards who have given of their time and energy to maintain high caliber schools where youngsters have opportunity commensurate with the desire to achieve. Spokane School Board members serve without re- ward other than the satisfaction that they are con- tributing to the success and happiness of succeeding generations. 1957-58 SCHOOL BOARD members are,Top: James E. Winton, president: Bottom: Wm. Gordon Fowle, Otto Orr, Mrs. Mary F. Wurth, Keith H. Campbell. I AmeriCa'S GI-ea-I-eS+ Need PRlNc1PAL .JOSEPH M. TEWINKEL Never before have common people gained the aclvzlntages we know in America. NVhy? Our way of government? No. 'lihe government our forefathers Created got great things from themg it tlichft put great things into them. 'lihese things came from their home life, their sense of Jersonzil res Jonsihilitv to Ahnifhtx' God their devotion to education . 1 . 7 iles Jite all difficulties and their Jersonul Cl1Zl1'ZlCtCl'. 7 VV'hen their fovernment czillecl on them it drew from mrofouml cle mths where 1 7 vital forces had been at work. America 1958 can he saved onlv hx' Com Jarable devotion from coin 3211111110 7 3 , , young men and women. C 9 LOWRY M. BENN ETT, vice-principal Top row: Lowell C. Bradford, Boys' Federation adviserg Patricia Damon, dean of girls. Bottom row: Edward Gill, office assistant: George Theodorson, Russell Meyer, John Malterner, student counselors. William Nye, algebra P. H. Nygaard, mathematics 3 department head Mack L. Saunders, geometry ml. K E W sk' ,M Robert F. Barnard, algebra 1 it i . X Dorothy Congdon, geometry Burrill Exley, algebra Raymond Simonson, biology Paul Tobie', biology The mathematics department has added an analysis course for second Ma+hema+ics semester seniors to better prepare them for college mathematics. Students may become thoroughly versed in quantitative fundamentals Science by enrolling in courses in algebra, geometry, trigonometry and analysis. Courses offered by the science department are necessary for students .planning for college or for a career in fields such as medicine, engineering or nursing. Orval Theisen, physics Walter Spangenburg, biology Donald Bonamy, biology Ernest Hix, science department head Dale E. Blair, biology Laura Lee Briscoe, Latin Helen Oscarson, foreign language department head Robert Rowley, Spanish General science and biology courses offered by the science department provide a background for advanced studies. Physics and chemistry give an understanding of the properties and behavior of matter and prepare Sclence students for college work. FOl'elgf'l Languages Studying the culture of other nations to increase understanding, tol- erance and appreciation of other people is part of the Spanish and Latin courses. Dorothy S. Chandler, English l Robert Bland, English Lorraine McNew, English Mabel S. McLaughlin, department head Margaret Rawlings, English Helen L. Haltom, English Margaret Nistad, English Virginia Wilcox, English The English department offers the student the opportunity to develop his ability to express himself. 'llhe aim of the composition courses is to help him to form habits of clear thinking, to form better speech habits and to encourage him to write and speak about things within his own experience. Objective of the literature courses is to develop a genuine love of reading on the part of the student. Arthur B. Miller, debate Imogene L. Knight, English Russell Meyer, English Ruth E. Coon, English John Malterner, English Mary McKenna, journalism, publications adviser Genevieve Oppen, drama Daniel C. Davis, English Engbsh I2 Engbsh x if ,4Q""'!s Communicating with others is a vital part of relations among human beings. Success in life is directly related to the ability to think clearly and to express ideas accurately and forcefully. English I-VI are basic courses offered for the first three years of high school. journalism, drama and debate may be substituted for one year of the basic English courses or taken in addition. For seniors who will attend college, senior composition and literature are essential. ,wt W Del Jones, American government Charles Chandler, department head Charles R. Randall, U. S. history Muriel Allison, U. S. history Edward Luders, psychology Nancy Grant, world history William Whitaker, world history Virginia Riegel, world history E , With aggressive political systems such as communism threatening democracy and the freedom of the western world, a thorough under- standing of our culture as compared to others is vital. The social studies department helps students to acquire a better under- Social Studies standing of citizenship and the American system. Courses in VVorld, United States and VVashington history offer international, national and local perspectives of man's struggle to his present status. Wallace Russell, U. S. history Guy L. Griswold, current problems David Holmes, boys' physical education Carol Houck, girls' physical education Elsa Pinkham, girls' physical education department head Barbara Simpson, girls' physical education Gerald Stannard, boys' physical education department head William Diedrick, boys' physical education Social Studies Physcial Education Ax 5 1 ii I its it L' - eggs i :Xi The girls' physical understanding of good physical and mental health through the medium of swimming, first aid and competitive sports. The boys' physical education department this year has begun a testing program with newly acquired equipment. Instruments will be used to more effectively measure the physical development of boys participating in swimming, football, basketball, baseball, and track. education department strives to give girls an I3 Mary York, bookkeeping Norman W. Erickson, typing Mary Griggs, stenography James Griggs, department head Edward E. Feldhusen, typing A. A. Manfred, typing Helen Stockdale, typing Blair Glover, stenography The business education department offers two years each of book- keeping, stenography and typing, and one year of office practice. Students should specialize either in bookkeeping or stenography to be Business Educa-I-ion prepared' for office positions offered to high school graduates. It is wise to schedule as many commercial subjects as possible during the last semesters of high school so that one's skills will be fresh when he enters the business world. Leonard Graham, electronics Alvin Olsen, auto shop Kenneth Hagen, plastics Vern Broadwell, wood shop ' ,,., n 1, George Theodorsen, industrial arts -. department head K, , , - Kenneth Mhyre fine arts department head ' , . A l Dale Spurgeon, metal shop - Q ' Mervin Manuel, art ,fe f 'il V. i x . W! N, Future engineers, machinists, and builders find the industrial arts department invaluable. Mechanical drawing is essential for prospective engineers. Other courses include wood shop, metal shop, electronics, and lndLIS4l'I'l6l Arts auto mechanics. A special feature of the department is the plastics course. The fine arts department courses are designed to develop an under- standing and appreciation of the arts, from basic principles of design and color to specialized phases such as fashion illustration and water colors. Fine Arts I4 Helen Beaver, child development Patricia Brown, social relations Christine Neuman, foods Opal Wetherell, foods Lowell C. Bradford, band director Stanley Taft, music department head , Madeline Carroll, head librarian Thomas Anderson, librarian 'l'he music department attempts to give students a proper outlet for their leisure time. Understanding music provides an enduring basis of HomemFkmg enjoyment and pleasure and a hroader understanding of modern culture. MUSIC The homemaking department offers courses in child development, Library social relations, home furnishings, clothing selection and construction, and foods. The departments newest addition is the boys' chef class for boys wishing to learn some phases of homemalcing. Edwin Kretz, study hall Edmund Schweitzer, study hall Gladys Dunphy, study hall Marilee Baumgartner, clerk-typist Adeline Daves, bookkeeper Marjorie Jennings, attendance clerk Marjorie Stoner, school secretary Helen Wayland, bookroom clerk Maintaining the records of activities, grades, and attendance for the thousands of North Central students and graduates is part of the tremen- dous task of the office staff. They also prepare the daily bulletin for S+ud homerooms. Y Prospective college students or joh applicants depend on the office Offlce Workers staff to send out recommendations and grade transcripts to colleges or to prospective employers. I5 1111, nl lax!! GREG GRAD has 110011 71111i1i11g I':v1'l2'1' 1111157 years for flzix 11111- 1110111 and 110711 il IIIIS fimzlly 11rri'z'1'1I. .ls 111' fjI'lINf7A' fha! .f!l1fI't'lf 1171111111111 in lzix l111111I, 11 .v011.vc of kllolzvl- vdge and fvvl- ing of 'iHf1Uf7CHlIl.,'1 rv 1'11,vl1cx ilzrozzylz llillly . 1111111 111' fllfllkA' of 1110 101151, lzard LX'1'lII'X before hc carnx UIIOIIIFV. 'Q SKIP PERRY Vice-President Gene Erickson LINDA BARNARD Secretary Presideni' JOH N MCCOY Treasurer DENNV SPURLOCK Alternate As the I958 graduating class, we tace commencement with mixed teelings. Adams, Barbara Joan Hznnmnaking Color Girls: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield, 1 star: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Represent- ative: ASB Representative: Study Hall Roll Checker Akan, Sally Ann llIHfl1U1llI1fit'S Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: Math Club: Medecine d' Avenir, Vice-President, Treasurer: Junior Toastmistresses, President: Varsity Debate: Homeroom President: ASB Committees: Tama- rack Staff: After-School Sports: Ta- marack Representative: League Com- mittees Albert, Sharon L. Btt.Y1.1LC?.YA' Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Committees: Big Sister: After- School Sports: News Staff, Adver- tising Manager: News Represeneative: Office Worker: 3C's Alberts, Deanna Louise Biisiizvrs Education League Representative: League Com- mittees: After-School Sports: Junior Achievement: Nurse's Office Monitor Alderson, Virginia .leanne l3zzxz'm'.v.v Education Girls' Glee: Three Fives: Winter Mu- sic Festival: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin Alger, Sharon Lee Social Studios League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Representative: League Com- mittees: Color Girls: Big Sister: ASB Representative: Doll Shop: After- School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Tennis Team, Tennis Letter: Nurse's Office Monitor: Study Hall Roll Checker: FTA, Treasurer Altman, Patricia Ann Maihvmatics Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Represent- ative: Big Sister: League Committees: ASB Representative: ASB Commit- tees: FNA, Historian: Doll Shop: Red Feathers: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield, 1 star: Choir: Spring and Winter Music Festivals: Bowling League Secretary: Library Workers' Club: News Representative: Gym Office Monitor: Homeroom Secretary Amsden, Kent Social Studios Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Repre- sentative: Homeroom Secretary,Trea- surer: Boys' Glee: Golf: Federation Representative Anderson, George L. flIall1v1na1'ir.r Scholastic Honor Roll: All School Play: Children's Theatre Plays: Thes- pians, President: Homeroom Presi- dent: Library Worker: Doll Shop Anderson, Kermit W. flfl1fl1C1Jlflf1.CS 3C's, President, Vice-President: Fresh- man, B Squad Football: Homeroom Vice-President Anderson, Maureen Carol lf'11.v'i11e.v.v Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: ASB Representative: 3C's: Girls' Glee: Big Sister: ASB Concession Counter Anderson, Patricia Grace zllallzrriiaizrs Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Math Club: FTA: Big Sister: Red Feathers: League Representative: ASB Representative: Red Cross Representative: News Rep- resentative: Doll Shop: League Com- mittees: Homeroom Vice-President Anselmo, Ronald Joseph ,S'oz'iaI Sfzidivs Anton, Emily B1i.v'ii1z'.f.v Edufalion Big Sister: Doll Shop: After-School Sports , ifffhf' . . f Ye 1? af Q." One is elation and eagerness tor the world we must go torth to meet, "r 4 Appell, Jerene Dee Honieniaking Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Committees: Big Sister: Doll Shop: ASB Repre- sentative: After-School Sports: Senior Cards and Announcements Committee: 3C's: Homeroom Treasurer: Chi1dren's Theatre: ASB Concession Counter: Science Fair, Honorable Mention Armstrong, Dennis Adrian Jllallzoinatics Transferred from St. John, Washing- ton. Rifle Club Audel, Don Ellis Fine Arts Stage Crew, Manager: Fine Arts Gold Key Award Babkirk, Howard Ronald Industrial Arts Junior, Marching, Concert, Special Band: A S B Representative: A S B Election Committee: Red Cross Rep- resentative: Stage Craft Bacon, Barbara Ann H oinoniaking Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Committees: Silver Bell Bounce, Decorations Chair- man: ASB Representative: ASB Com- mittees: ASB Project, Chairman: Af- ter-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: Songleader, C0-Chairman: Color Girls: Doll Shop: Winter and Spring Music Festivals: Choir: Girls' Glee Club: Commercial Club, Ser- geant at Arms: News Representative: Tamarack Representative: Gym Office Worker: Rest Monitor: Towel Monitor: Locker Monitor: Big' Sister Bailey, Pennysue Bu.vines.r Education PE Monitor: Spokane Music Festival: Doll Shop: Big Sister: Homeroom Worker Ball, Julie Ann Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Repre- sentative: ASB Committees: Children's Theatre: Doll Shop Barckert, Kaye Allene Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: League Representative: Big Sis- ter: Choir, Secretary: Homeroom Roll Checker Ba rna rd, Linda Foreign Languages Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: League Honors Board: League Representative: Big Sister: League Committees: ASB Treasurer: ASB Representative: Sophomore Senator: Songleader, Chairman: Tennis Team: Golf Team: Tennis Letter: All-Acti- vity Shield, 2 stars: Ice Skating: Homeroom Roll Checker: Color Girls: Doll Shop: Vox Puellarum, Vice- President: ASB Committees: Color Girls Barnes, Jerry M ailzeuiatic: After-School Bowling: Chess Club: Tamarack Representative Barnes, Patricia M usic Choir Accompanist: Winter and Spring Music Festival: Doll Shop, Accom- panist and Music Chairman: League Representative: Study Hall Roll Check- er: Big Sister Barratt, John Stephen Foreign Languages ASB Representative: Federation Rep- resentative: Homeroom President Barrett, Fern Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: After- School Sports: Library Worker Ba rton, Gary Social Studies Warriors: Freshman Football, Basket- ball: B Squad Football: Varsity Foot- ball: Homeroom Officer but the other is sadness as we remember all we must leave behind Battan, Howard Rand Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Rifle Club: Latin Club: News Representative: Ta- marack Representative Beam, Pat Science Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Committees: Big Sister: Mothers' Dessert: Teach- er's Day Chairman: ASB Committees: ASB Election Committee: Dad and Daughter Banquet: Library Worker: Library Representative: Medecine d' Avenir, Secretary: Doll Shop Lead: Color Guard: Red Feathers: All-Acti- vity Shield: Gym Locker Monitor: After-School Sports: Red Cross Rep- resentative: News Representative: Ta- marack Representative Beatty, Richard Warren Social Studies B Squad Football: B Squad Basket- ball: Band Bentley, Ruth Elizabeth Business Education League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: ASB Representative: News Rep- resentative: Study Hall Roll Checker: Homeroom Secretary: After-School Swim: Junior Achievement, Secretary: Library Club: Thespians, Vice-Presi- dent: Chi1dren's Theatre: All-School P ay Bertrand, .lim Mathematics Junior Achievement: Tennis Team Biesen, Carl L. Science Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Repre- sentative: Federation Representative: Science Fair Winner: Intramural Bas- ketball Bishop, Joanne Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Committees: Big Sister: League Representative: Dad and, Daughter Banquet, Chair- man: ASB Representative: ASB Committees: Red Feather Chairman: Color Girls, Sergeant at Arms: Com- mercial Club, President: Doll Shop, Student Chairman: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: After-School Sports: Homeroom Officer, Roll Checker Blangeres, Marvin Phillip Science Varsity Football: Varsity T r a c k: Homeroom Vice-President Bloom, Gerald Robert Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Math Club, President: Homeroom President: Jun- ior Varsity Track: Varsity Track: Science Fair Winner: After-School Bowling Bloom, Geraldine Merle Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: All-Acti- vity Shield, 2 stars: After-School Sports: League Representative: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Tennis Team, Co-Captain and Varsity Letter: Doll Shop Lead: Math Club, Sergeant at Arms: Medecine d' Avenir, Treasurer: Amores Librorum: Homeroom Sec- retary, Treasurer: Red Cross Repre- sentative: ASB Committees: Science Fair Winner Bloomtield, Carol Ann Business Education L e a g u e Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Representative: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker: PE Monitor Blossom, Kenneth Lew Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Band, Gold Pin and Ruby Award Botto, Janet Fay Science League Honor Roll, , Silver Pin: League Committees: League Repre- sentative: Big Sister: Tamarack Staff, Senior Editor: Doll Shop Lead: Library Worker: Amores Librorum: Thespians: Medecine d' Avenir: Quill and Scroll: Scholastic Honor Roll Bolen, .lerry B. Industrial Arts Concert Band: Marching Band We remember how small we 'Felt the day we entered North Central. Bomstad, Clarine Marie Bztxiizess Education League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: ASB Representative: Hall Guard: Nurse's Office Monitor Bondahl, Gary Science Concert Band: Marching Band Bonin, Mary Alice Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Committees: League Representative: League Office Monitor: Big Sister: Tamarack Staff, Campaign Manager, Associate Editor: Library Worker: FNA Bowen, Nancy Jean Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll: League Com- mittees: League Representative: Big Sister: Fashion Board Representative: Doll Shop: ASB Committees: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin Braaten, Dorothy Ida I-Ioineinaking Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Gold with Ruby Pin: League Committee Chairman: Big Sister: ASB Representative: Tennis Team, Co-Cap- tain: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: Gym Monitor: Color Girls: Aquettes, Pageant Director: Red Cross Representative: Doll Shop Bradford, William Thomas Social Studies Varsity Football: Varsity Track: War- riors: Thespians Bragg, Stanley W. IlIll'1t.Yfl"lGlflI'f.S' Brennan, John Francis Social Studies 'gransferred from Ephrata, Washing- on Brown, Donald Winston Fine Arts Federation Representative: ASB Rep- resentative: News Representative: In- tramural Basketball: B Squad Track: Cross Country: Painting of the Year Contest, First Place Brown, Riley Social Studies Brown, Russ Science Federation Representative: News Rep- resentative: W a r ri o rs: Freshman Football, Basketball Manager: Var- sity Football, Basketball Trainer Brunette, Marian Lois Fine Arts Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Represent- ative: Big Sister: ASB Representative: Homeroom Roll Checker: PE Mon- 1 or Buell, Donna Mae Social Studies Nurse's Office Monitor: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: Home- room Roll Checker: After-S c h o o 1 Sports Buell, Fredrick A. Social Studies Red Cross Representative: Homeroom Roll Checker: News Representative: Federation Representative: Boys' PE Locker Monitor: PE Roll Checker But here, in friendly halls, we were to find fun and companions ' Bundy, Joan Bn.vine.r.v Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Rep- resentative: Big Sister: Homeroom Treasurer, Vice-President: Homeroom Roll Checker: Math Club: Doll Shop: T a m a r a c k Representative: After- School Sports Burdick, John Charles Science Medecine d' Avenir, President: Doll Shop Orchestra: Spokane J u n i o r Symphony: H o m e r o o m President: V i c e-President: Marching, Concert, Special Band Burge, Glen Carroll Science Spanish Club Burge, Len Edward Social Studies Burke, Bill Richard Mathematics Transferred from Rogers High School. Burney, Paul Ea rl Mathematics Homeroom T r e a s u r e r: Federation Representative Bursch, Clifford Mathematics Freshman Football, Baseball, Basket- ball 'ii -Q Butterfield, Dale Science Scholastic Honor Roll: Red Cross Rep- resentative: Senior C o m m i t t e e s: Homeroom President, Vice-President: Federation Representative Buxton, Joan A. Honienmking League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: Library Worker: Roll Checker Campbell, Thelma lrene Illusic Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Scholastic H o n o r Roll: Homeroom President: Tamarack Staff, Homeroom Editor: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: Vogue Style Show: League Style Show Committee: FNA, Secretary: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin Carlson, John Charles Science Federation Representative: Tennis Carlton, Sharon Marie Bn.vine.r.v Education League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Committee: League Representative: PE Monitor: After-School Sports: News Representative: Big Sister: Scholas- tic Honor Roll: ASB Representative Carmichael, Donald Richard Maihemaiics Scholastic Honor Roll: Golf: Band: Homeroom President: Federation Rep- resentative: B Squad Basketball Carper, Dennis Robert History Transferred from Rogers High School. Bewildered freshmen, we were guided 'io classes by Big Sisters Carper, Leon Science Carter, Burniss..Ann Business Education Big Sister: School Play: Bookroom Monitor Carter, Kathlyn Diane Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: League Representative: Amores Librorum: Big Sister: Ticket Office Caspersen, Mariorie Elaine Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: Aquettes, Trea- surer, Secretary, President: League Representative: Big Sister Charesi, Carol Jessie Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Committees: Big Sister: League Representative: News Representative: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Commercial Club, Vice- President: Homeroom President, Sec- retary, Treasurer: Doll Shop: All- Activity Shield, 1 star: After-School Sports Chertude, Delores Benita History Doll Shop: Roll Checker: Big Sister Christie, James Charles Industrial A rts ASB Representative: Federation Rep- resentative: Red Cross Representative: Varsity Football: Homeroom Vice- President Clapp, Earlene Mae Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: Girls' Glee Club: Harmonettes, Sergeant at Arms, President: Choir: Winter and Spring Music Festival: Doll Shop: League Representative: 3C's: Talent Club, Vice-President: Library Worker: Dasidrian: After-School Sports: League Committees: League Style Show Clark, Raleigh Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Tamarack Rep- resentative: ASB Committees: ASB Representative: News Staff: News Circulation: Latin Club, Vice-Presi- dent: Toastmasters: Homeroom Pres- ident: Varsity, B Squad, Freshman Football: Freshman Tennis Clemensen, Joyce Business Education Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary: League Representative: League Honor Roll: Library Worker: Ticket Office Worker: Red Cross Representative Coble, Chris Mathematics Cogley, Sharon Rae Science League Representative: League Com- mittees: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: 3C's: Color Girls, Chairman: Red Feathers: Activity Shield: FNA, Vice-President: Stu- dent Court Secretary: After-School Sports: Doll Shop: Library Worker: ASB Representative: ASB Committees: Gym Office Monitor Collins, Alice Rae Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: ASB Secretary: ASB Representative: ASB Committees: League Honor Roll, Gold with Ruby Pin: League Representa- tive: League Committees: Big Sister: Red Feathers: Color Girls, Historian: Doll Shop: Tamarack Representative: After-School Sports: Activity Shield, 3 stars: Gym Office Worker: Tennis Team: Vox Puellarum, Historian: Art Club, President: Thespians: Math Club, Secretary, Sergeant at Arms: FTA: Latin Club: Children's Theater Conlon, Constance Marie Honteniaking Big Sister: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Committees: Red Cross Representative: Roll Checker: Golf: Homeroom Vice-President We remember the clay when we took part in our 'First convocation. Conrath, Harvey Alvin Science Federation Representative: Riflei Club Contos, Darlene Lou Science Big Sisterg Bookroom Workerg News Representativeg Homeroom President: Hall Guard Cooley, James O. Iudustr'ialA1'ts B Squad Football Managerg Rifle Club Corigliano, Benny Leonard Mathematics Freshman, B Squad, Varsity Football: Freshman, B Squad, Varsity Basket- ball: Freshman, Varsity Trackg Home- room Vice-President: Federation Rep- resentative Corlian, Sharon Hoineniaking Transferred to San Lorenzo, Califor- ma. Cotter, Gary Lee Social Studies Boys' Glee Club Cotter, Terry Delbert Industrial Arts I'- 1 'E' N., A Countryman, Donna Mae Bu.rines.r Education Doll Shop Countryman, Vivian Ann Business Education League Representative: ASB Repre- sentative: Big Sisterg After-School Sports Cowan, Ronald L. ii1flfi1Clll0fiL'.Y Federation Representative: S o p h o- more Senator, Honor Rollg Freshman Football Coyer, Gary B. Matlzcmatics Transferred from Minnesota. Scho- lastic Honor Rollg B Squad Basketball Cramer, Patricia Science Transferred from Grandview. ASB Representative Croyle, June E. Buxiness Education Transferred from Marysville. Scho- lastic Honor Roll: Choir: League Rep- resentative Crisp, Bruce Science ii I my ,,,- 25 'nging ancl yelling, we cheered the team on ai' our 'First football game. Currie, Ron Charles Mathematics Transferred from Rogers High School. Curtis, Suzanne Carol Busiricss Education League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Committees: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Homeroom Secretary: Red Cross Representative: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: News Staff: Ac- tivity Shield: Horizon Club, President, Treasurer: FTA: News Representative: Big Sister Dalzell, Barbara Ann Homemaking Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Committees: Big Sister: After-School Sports Daniel, Gene F. Mathematics Da rrah, Connie Louise Sarial Studies Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Committees: League Representative: Red Feathers: After-S c h o 0 1 Sports: All-Activity Shield: PE Monitor: Tennis Team: Doll Shop: All-State Choir: Choir: Girls Glee Club: Winter and Spring Music Festivals: Homeroom Secretary: Red Cross Representative: Tamarack Representative: Library Worker: Door D e c o r a t i ng Contest Winner: FTA: Amores Librorum, Fifth Executive: Hall Guard Davis, Geralcl Allen Social Studies Varsity, Freshman Football: Varsity, Freshman Baseball: Junior Varsity Baseball: Freshman Basketball: War- riors: Federation Representative: Fed- eration Vice-President: After-School Sports Dearing, Delmer Industrial Arts , l., w NJ' 6 M if i. , V g, .. .rt L. -5' Dickey, Darlene Business Education League Representative: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Committees: Big Sister: After-School Sports: Roll Checker: Winter and Spring Music Festivals Disiad, Arlene Lillian Homcmakiug Leagu e Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Representative: League Com- imttees: Big Sister: Color Girls: Golf: After-School Swim: FNA, Historian: Aquettes: Horizon Club, Treasurer, Sergeant at Arms: Science Fair Win- ner Dixon, Larry Alan lllatlzeiiiativs Scholastic Honor Roll: Varsity Debate: Toastmasters: Doll Shop Dodge, Kay Doann Foreign Languages Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Vice- President: ASB Fifth Executive: Jun- ior Senator: ASB Committees: League Honors Board: Big Sister: Girls State Delegate: Girls State Treasurer: Red Feathers: Color Girls, Secretary: Doll Shop: Tennis Team: Golf Team: Af- ter-School Sports: Activity Shield: 3 stars: Latin Club: Commercial Club, Fifth Executive: Homeroom Secretary: News Representative: League Com- mittees Duncan, Diane Fay Homemaking Scholastic Honor Roll: Girls League Secretary: League Honors Board: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: Chair- man Winter Mixer: Big Sister: Senior Senator: ASB Representative: Senior Cards and Announcements Commit- tee: Homeroom President: Red Feath- ers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: After- School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: Gym Office Monitor: Commer- cial Club, Sergeant at Arms Dunsworth, Vernon C. S aria! Studies Traffic Squad Durcan, Barbara Leeanne Science League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll C h e c k e r: Nurse's Office Monitor: Traffic Squad, Commissioner, Gold Star: Convocation Deputy: Junior Achievement We remember the ini'ria+ion we went through to join our first school club, ,fi :fy 04:33, - ' . 4 'ifmi2sf2:,,- ' i an . L wc, L 1 V- ,Lf-j,-f Q, ffiai 2? . z, 1: .H if All is ' it Duty, Walter Eugene Fine Arts Art Club: Choir, Publicity Manager Duvall, Elva Leroy Mathematics Varsity, B Squad, Freshman Basket- ball: Marching Band Eakins, Joyce Ladean Business Education League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Committees: Big Sister: After-School Sports: Homeroom Secretary Eddy, Dennis Marvin Social Studies Transferred from Wellpinit, Washing- ton. Egger, Darlene Joan Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Repre- sentative: League Committees: Big Sister: ASB Representative: Office Worker: After-School Sports: Home- room Roll Checker: Door Decorating Committee: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin Elmore, John Frank Science Marching, Concert, Junior Band: Sci- ence Fair Winner, Junior Division Elvigan, Janice Virginia Music League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Representative: League Com- mittees: Big Sister: Girls' Glee Club: 3C's: Study Hall Roll Checker I' ' va. 'lar i 'ref may :, ii' , ggi. M. Q l E, ,pi 1 Engle, Linda Lee Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Representa- tive: League Committees: Big Sister: After-School Sports: Doll Shop: Color Girls: News Representative Engs+rom, Sally Eliza beth Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: Girls' League Vice-President: League Honor Roll, Gold with Ruby Pin: Big Sister Party, Chairman of Entertainment: Big Sister: League Committees: ASB Honors Board: ASB Representative: ASB Committees: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: After-School Sports: Vox Puel- larum, Fifth Executive: FTA, Trea- surer: Junior Toastmistresses: Var- sity Debate: Bookweek Contest Win- ner: Homeroom Vice-President: News Representative: Tamarack Represent- ative: Red Cross Representative: Win- ter Music Festival: Children's Theater Eppley, Glenda Janet Homcmaking Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Repre- sentative: League Committees: Big Sister: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: All- Activity Shield, 2 stars: Gym Office Monitor: Vox Puellarum, Vice-Presi- dent: Amores Librorum: Commercial Club: Latin Club: Horizon Club, Sec- r e t a r y, Vice-President, Treasurer: Homeroom President, Secretary: Li- brary Worker: Library Representative: News Mailing Staff: News Represent- ative Erickson, Gene Mathematics Federation President, Vice-President, Treasurer: Federation Representative: ASB Committees: ASB Honors Board: ASB Representative: Student Court Baliff: Homeroom President: Fresh- man Track: Doll Shop: Senior Class, President Erickson, Sandra Lou Science Scholastic Honor Roll: Red Cross Rep- resentative: News Representative: Af- ter-School Sports: Amores Librorum: Big Sister Fair, Roy Mathematics Fanazick, Richard Social Studies Homeroom Committee: After-School Sports 27 and the warm feeling that came with it when we knew that we belonged. Fanning, Gary Social Studies Boys' Glee Faru p, Gale E. I udustrial A rt: Warriors: Varsity, B Squad Football: ASB Representative Felker, David L. Fine Arts Fields, Shirley Business Edueatiou Transferred from Augusta, Georgia. 3C's: R e d C r o s s Representative: G y m 0 f f i c e Monitor: Bookroom Worker: Ticket Office Worker: Home- room Vice-President Finke, Kenneth IudustrialArts Freshman Cross Country: Boys' Glee: ASB Representative: Homeroom Pres- ident, Treasurer Fish, Julie Anne Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: Red Cross Rep- r e s e n t a t i ve: After-School Sports: Christmas Door Decorations Fitzsimmons, Sheila Marie Business Edueatiou League Honor Roll, B r o n z e Pin: League Representative: Big Sister: Library Worker: Office Worker: Girls' Glee, Librarian: Ice Skating Flatt, William A. Matlzeiuatics Scholastic Honor Roll: Radio Club, President, Secretary, Treasurer: Con- cert Band: Marching Band FlaH'en, Karen Kay Homeiuakiug Transferred from Wenatchee, Wash- ington. Big Sister Fleischauer, Linda Laurel Matlzematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Representative: Senior Senator: New Students Convocation G u i d e: ASB Color Week Committee, Chairman: ASB C h r i s t m a s Convocation, Co- Chairman: Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary, Roll Checker: Doll Shop Lead Flint, Marcy Russell Social Studies Red Cross Representative: B Squad, Freshman Track Flynn, Patricia Joyce Homemakiug League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Committees: League Honors Board: Big Sister: League Represent- ative: All-Activity Shield: Golf: Af- ter-School Sports: Walk Slip Co- Chairman: Doll Shop: Red Feathers: Vox Puellarumg Hall Guard: Home- room President, Secretary: Tamarack Representative Foreman, Ronald F iue Arts Varsity, B Squad Track: Varsity, Jun- ior Varsity Cross Country: ASB Rep- resentative: 3C's: Grounds Squads: Chess Club: Warriors Foster, Russell Gilbert Matliematies Varsity, B Squad, Freshman Football: Warriors: ASB Representative: Home- room President We remember how, Frank, Irene Ida Social Studies Transferred from Chioopee, Massa- chusetts. After-School Sports: Choir: Girls' Glee: Big Sister: Red Cross Representative Freeman, Pete Industrial Arts Boys' Glee: Library Worker: Home- room President, Vice-President, Ser- geant at Arms: Locker Monitor Fremstad, Carol Mae Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: Big Sister: League Representative: Red Feathers: After-School Sports: All-A c t i v i t y Shield: Gym Office Worker: Math Club: Commercial Club, Secretary: Homeroom Secretary French, Carol Anne Social Studies Transferred from Kalispell, Montana. Scholastic Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Horizon Club Fried, Marilyn Elsie Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: League Representative: League Com- mittees: Commercial Club, Fifth Exe- cutive: Tamarack Representative Gage, Dale Industrial Arts Galipeau, Gary J. .Social Studies as sophomores, we hated dissecting frogs in biology. S Q be r , X it Y ,, arg 3' we tex.. Q We f ig 5 i F S A . ..,, ,, . ,,,, fa .se Gardner, Ellen Social Studies Spanish Club: 3C's: Bookroom Worker: Study Hall Roll Checker: ASB Committee: Spring and Winter Music Festivals: Children's Theater: Library Worker: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin Gaskell, Shannon Louise Business Education Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Scholastic Honor Roll: Red Cross Representative: Door Decorating Con- test Winner: Big Sister: 3C's GaH'is, Marvin Charles Science Homeroom President, S e c re t a r y , Treasurer: F o o t b a 11 , Basketball, Track, Cross-Country: Photography Staff Geiger, Joan Evelyn Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: Tama- rack, Editor in Chief: News Staff, Feature Editor, News Editor: Junior Press Club, Secretary: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: ASB Representative: News Representative: Amores Librorum: Quill and Scroll, Vice-President, Secretary: Tennis Team: After-School Sports: ASB Pub- licity Committee: League Representa- tive Gilkey, Sandra Ruth Social Studies Homeroom Secretary: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Office Moni- tor: Big Sister: ASB Representative Glen, Margaret Ellen Business Education Transferred from Bellingham, Wash- ington. League Committee: Big Sister: Library Worker Glenn, Roxey Lou Science Homeroom President, Vice-President, Secretary: Library Worker: Ticket Office Worker: 3C's: Big Sister: ASB Representative: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin 'IF' Al. - 29 je ,file Mir, i W 6 xi .hz 1' . ,f E 4 1' -mf li XT On Friday mornings we thrilled a+ seeing our names in The News. Glock, Kenneth Matlzemalics Tamarack Representative: Intramural Swim Goeller, Raymond Hill Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: Talent Club, S e c r e t a r y , Vice-President: Amores Librorum, President: Math Club: Chess Club: Latin Club: News Representative: Tamarack, Faculty Editor: Bookroom Worker Goodman, Clive Science Varsity, B Squad, Freshman Football: Freshman Basketball: Warriors Gornall, Carole Ann Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: Thes- pians, President, Secretary: Quill and Scroll: Tamarack Staff: News Staff: Tamarack Representative: News Rep- resentative: All-School Plays: Chil- dren's Theater: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: Big Sister: Spring Music Festival: Doll Shop: Gym Office Monitor: ASB Representative: Christ- mas Homeroom Door Decorations, Chairman Gorremans, Gary 1VIathcmat'ics Varsity, B Squad, Freshman Basket- ball: Baseball: Warriors Goiibreht, William Dennis Mallzciiiatics Varsity, B Squad, Freshman Football Graham, Donna Mae Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Repre- sentative: Big Sister: League Com- mittees: Commercial Club, Treasurer: Aquettes Club, Treasurer: Red Feath- ers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: Varsity Tennis Team, Co-Captain: All-Activ- ity Shield, ,2 stars: Homeroom Vice- President: Red Cross Representative: Office Monitor fi , A - K C 'Q . ' 1 -: 1 L' sfififf' 7 Q- wa-, L - K eggs - an ' r' 1? 'iii 25 5' ..,.... a, Graham, Harriet Ruth Hontevnaking Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Library Worker: Girls' Glee Granger, Jack Charles Science Marching, Concert, Special Band: Band Officer, Sergeant at Arms Greco, Joseph Ward Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll: Thespians: Children's Theater: All-School Play: News Representative: Doll Shop: Bowling Green, Linda Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: News Staff, Business Manager: News Representa- tive: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: All-Activ- ity Shield: Gym Office Worker: League Committees: League Repre- sentative: Big Sister: ASB Commit- tes: ASB Representative: Commer- cial Club: Homeroom President: Hall Guard Green, Sandra Business Education ASB Representative: Big S i s t e r : Homeroom Secretary: Office Monitor Groom, Walter Industrial A rts Scholastic Honor Roll: C a f e te r i a Worker: Gym Roll Checker Guy, Alice Joy Business Education Transferred from Leavenworth, Wash- ington. We wore League pins and sports letters to boast ot our accomplishments Haegele, Richard Leslie Industrial Arts Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Talent Club: ASB Representative Hair, Beverly Louise Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Homeroom Secretary: Red Cross Representative: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Com- mittees: Big Sister: Doll Shop: After- School Sports: All-Activity Shield: 3C's, Secretary: Orchestra Haisley, Howard E. Industrial Arts Hamblin, Margaret Alice Science Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Representa- tive: League Committees: League Style Show: Big Sister: Red Feathers: ASB Committees: Homeroom Secre- tary, Treasurer: Red Cross Represen- tative: News Representative: Tama- rack Representative: Office Worker: Bookroom Worker: Ticket Office Worker: Debate: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Gym Monitor: Doll Shop Hamilton, .loye Ann Honzeinaking League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Representative: After-School Sports: Gym Monitor: Bookroom Worker: Study Hall Roll Checker Hammond, Karen Elizabeth Business Education Big Sister: Red Cross Representative: Study Hall Roll Checker: Office Worker: Bowling Team: After-School Sports Hankel, Jack Matlzcitiatics Doll Shop ,aye . ,..., :- f..,w,N-,Hit .E 1 ci, M -f naw. ' Wolfe 3' I 1 :P 3' FK ' Z Q V I in is si L39 it H: :Mi-w,. fx a 335595 il T H ., f, Ti ' 'iv iff -Pmsgw 'I Z : ' -,1 ,asf . ,Q ' Hannan, Richard Raymond Social Studies ASB Representative: Red Cross Rep- resentative: Warriors, Vice-President: Freshman, B Squad, Varsity Basket- ball: Varsity Basketball Co-Captain: Freshman, B Squad Baseball: Fresh- man, Varsity Football: Homeroom President, Vice-President, Secretary Hansen, Rodney Thor Matlzcnzatics Scholastic Honor Roll: Math Club, President, Treasurer: Rifle Club: 3C's: Debate: ASB Representative: Federation Representative: Red Cross Representative: News Representative: Golf: Concert, Marching Band Hanson, David W. Science Transferred from Toledo, Ohio. Scho- lastic Honor Roll Harris, Beverly Anne B usincss Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Commit- tees: League Representative: Big Sis- ter: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: All-Activ- ity Shield, 1 star: Golf Team: Gym Office Monitor: Nurse's Office Mon- itor Harris, Phil Matltcinatics Scholastic Honor Roll: Warriors: Freshman, Varsity Football: Fresh- man Baseball: Varsity Track: Cross- Country: Junior Toastmasters: ASB Representative: News Representative: Debate: Homeroom President: Boys' Glee Harter, Jeanne L. Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Rep- resentative: League Committees: Big Sister: Advanced Debate: Office Worker Hartman, John Richard Business Education Debate: Chess Club: 3C's: Thespians: Children's Theater: Doll Shop: All- School Play, Production Manager: Hall Guard: Spokane Music Festival: News Representative: Red Cross Rep- resentative: ASB Representative Cosiumed in hillbill attire, we en'oyed the Sadie Hawkins' Day dance. Y l Hayden, Lynne Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Committees: Big Sister: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: Ticket Office Worker: ASB Committee: League Representative Haynes, Susan Louise Mathematics League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Representative: Big Sister: ASB Representative: Spokane Music Festival, Best Actress Award: Chil- dren's Theater: All-School Play: Win- ter Music Festival: Thespians: Doll Shop: Chess Club: Library Worker: Homeroom Roll Checker: Study Hall Roll Checker: Gym Monitor: After- School Sports Heaps, Barbara Lynne Business Education News Representative: Big Sister Hedstrom, Ron David Social Studies Freshman, B Squad, Varsity Football Manager: Freshman Basketball Man- ager: Warriors: Science Fair, first place Hein, John Robert Science Scholastic Honor Roll: News Repre- sentative: Chess Club: Varsity Foot- ball: Tennis Team: After-School Bowling Heine, Florine Kay Business Education League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: Choir: Three Fives: Doll Shop: Study Hall Roll Checker: Gym Mon- itor: Homeroom Secretary Hendrick, Harold George Music Choir, President: All-State Choir: Marching, Concert, Special Band: Band Vice-President: Eastern Wash- ington Honor Band: Federation Exec- utive Council: Doll Shop 2 Q gs 'Q' "-55 Hertzog, John Eugene Industrial Arts Grounds Squad: Hall Guard: Red C r o s s Representative: Homeroom President Hester, Jane Hoincinaking Transferred from Frankfurt, Ger- many. Library Worker: After-School Sports: Office Worker Hetrick, Dawn Jeanne'H'e Business Education League Representative: Gym Office Monitor: Study Hall Roll Checker: Scholastic Honor Roll Hickman, Richard Lee Industrial Arts Hill, Rosalie Social Studies League Representative: Red Cross Representative: Study Hall Checker: Bookroom Worker Hiller, Richard R. Mathematics Federation Representative Hobbs, James Mathematics Grounds Squad We remember the day we left the building in a cloud of smoke Hole, Delores Jean Fine Arts Girls' Glee: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker Holmes, James Stewart Science Transferred from Portland, Oregon. Cross-Countrv: Doll ,Shop Holmes, Sherrie May Fine Arts League Committee: Big Sister: Red Cross Representative: Homeroom Sec- retary Hood, Robert Wayne Social Studies Marching, Concert, Special Band: Choir: ASB Representative: Federa- tion Representative: 3C's: Track Hood, Stanley M. Industrial Arts Freshman Track: Gym Monitor: Fed- eration Representative Hooper, Barbara Gayle Business Education After-School Sports: Girls' Glee: Golf: Bowling: Library Worker Hooper, Robert' Edward Mathematics Transferred from Rogers. Doll Shop: Yell Leader: Children's Theater: Hall Guard Hormel, Estella Camille Music Horn, Gerald Industrial Arts Howard, Carol Jean Business Education Transferred f r o m G r a n d Coulee, Washington. Scholastic Honor Roll: League Representative Hudlow, Jerry Lee Industrial Arts Transferred from West Valley. Var- sity Track, Football: Federation Rep- resentative Hulick, Virginia Lee Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Com- mittees: League Representative: Big Sister: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: Gym Office Monitor: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: ASB Representative: ASB Honors Board: News Represen- tative: Vox Puellarum, Reporter: FNA: President, Vice-President Humes, Richard Clifton Fine Arts Tamarack Representative: Homeroom President, Sergeant at Arms: Fresh- grim, B Squad, Varsity Football: Boys' ee Isaak, Ann Elizabeth Business Education League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Leag-ue Committees: Big Sister: League Office Worker: ASB Repre- sentative: ASB Committees: News Representative: L i b r a r y Worker: Study Hall Roll Checker: Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary: A f t e r - School Sports We remember the hours of effort we spent on our Science Fair entry. ,Gt Israel, Marilyn Pearl Social Studics Scholastic Honor Roll: 3C's, Treas- urer: Choir: Spring and Winter Music Festivals: Homeroom Roll Checker: Study Hall Roll Checker: Bookroom Worker: Big Sister: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin Jackson, Erwin S. Social Studies Spanish Cub, Fifth Executive: 3C's: Library Worker: Bowling Jackson, Mary Ann Honzeiuaking Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: Doll Shop: Color Girls: Red Feathers: Tennis Team Letter, Co-Captain: All- Activity Shield: Library Worker: Gym Office Monitor: Spanish Club, Sec- retary: League Committee: Office Worker: Ticket Office Worker Jacobs. Albert Social Studics Jacobs, Raymond L. Industrial Arts Homeroom President: B Squad, Var- sity Football: B Squad, Varsity Base- ball: B Squad, Varsity Track: Boys' Federation Clerk: Bowling: Doll Shop Jacobson, Carole Lee Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Latin Cub: ASB Representative: Library Worker James, Carman Marie Busiuc.r.r Education Transferred from Marcus, Washing- ton. League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: League Representative: Red Cross Representative: News Repre- sentative: Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer: After-School Sports .ips -' Jenkinson, Valerie Kay Businesx Education Big Sister: Tamarack Representative: After-School Sports Jensen, Sherrie Social Studies Transferred from M e t a l i n e Falls, W a s h i n g t on. ASB Representative: Study Hall Roll Checker Jess, Ronald LeRoy S cicnce Marching, Concert Band Johns-on, Arlene Ho mcutaking Big Sister: League Office Worker: League Committees: League Repre- sentative: Hall Guard: Homeroom Secretary: Study Hall Roll Checker: News Representative Johnson, Brita Ann Homcmakiug Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Red Cross Represent- ative: League Representative: League Committees Johnson, lvan Martin Science Scholastic Honor Roll: Senior Senator: Concert, Special, Pep Band: Band President: Homeroom President, Vice- President: Bc Squad, Varsity Base- ball: ASB Committees: Senior Cards and Announcements Committee Johnson, Jeanie Sylvia Bu.riness Education League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: After-School Sports: Library Worker: 3C's: News Representative: Homeroom Secretary: Junior Achieve- ment As iuniors, our many interests led us +o take pari' in varied activities Johnson. Keith Cameron Mathematics Transferred from Oak Harbor, Wash- ington. Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Vice-President: Latin Club: Talent Club, President: Math Club: ASB Committees Johnson, Lila Jean H oineinaking League Representative: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker: Homeroom Roll Checker: Nurse's Office Monitor: Junior Achievement: After-School Sports: Doll Shop: Traffic Squad, Lieutenant Johnson, Lois Arlene Business Education League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Committees: League Representative: Big Sister: Study Hall Roll Checker: Ticket Office Worker: Library Work- er: Homeroom Secretary: ASB Com- mittees Johnston, David Arthur Industrial Arts Jorges. Carol Price Business Education Bi ister' AfterSchool S orts 8' S , ' D I League Representative: Horizon Club, Secretary, Treasurer: Office Worker Justus, Kay Science Transferred from Grandview, ,Wash- ington. Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: ASB Representative: League Com- mittees: After-School Sports: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin Kafton, Raymond Ernest Industrial Arts Concert, Marching Band lp. .,.,..-dt. fi, . ., g W' SY Keller, Berniece Business Education Transferred from Marycliff. League Committees: ASB Committees Keller, Michael Social Studies Transferred from Vancouver, Wash- ington. Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Committees: Varsity Cross Country: Varsity Track: After-School Sports: Warriors: Homeroom President Kenny, Sharon Lee Business Education Big Sister: Office Worker: Gym Of- fice Monitor: Girls' Glee: After- School Sports Killin, Carroll Frances Fine Arts Scholastic Honor Roll: Three Fives: Doll Shop: League Committees: Big Sister: News Representative: Painting Contest, Third Place: Art Club, Sec- retary: Homeroom Secretary: Red Cross Representative Kirkpatrick, Karen Lee Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Color Girls: Child- ren's Theater: After-School Sports, Knapion, Kay Marlene Science Transferred from Whitefish, Montana. League Committees: League Repre- sentative: Big Sister: ASB Commit- tees: ASB Representative Knobel, Harlan Paul Industrial Arts Boys' Glee: Orchestra: B Squad Foot- iq' F ball, Grounds Squad Some of us will not 'Forget the +l1rill of winning a school contest or award, Knowles, Jerry Allan Matlxematics Knutson, Larry Berfon Mathematics , Warriors: Varsity Tennis: Intramural Basketball Koeppel, Gary Dean Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: Fresh- man, B Squad, Varsity Football: Var- sity Football Co-Captain: Freshman, B Squad, Varsity Track: Wrestling: Warriors: Freshman, Junior Senator: ASB Representative: ASB Committes: Thespians: Doll Shop: Federation Representative: All-School Play Kolb, James Michael Mathematics News Representative: Golf: Tennis: Intramural Basketball: Junior Toast- masters: ASB Representative Kromm, Molly Rae Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Representa- tive: League Committees: Big Sister: ASB Committees: Red Cross Secre- tary: Doll Shop: Office Worker: Wo- men's Accounting Contest, Third Place: ASB Representative Kuch, Roy Leonard Mathematics Marching, Concert Band: ASB Rep- resentative LaBarge, Carol Business Education Junior Achievement: Red Cross Rep- resentative: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Office Worker: Big Sis- ter: L e a g u e Committees: Library Worker: Main Office Worker: News Representative: Book Room Monitor: Homeroom Secretary: Girls' Glee Club Lacy, Alice Wray Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Color Girls: News Representative: Office Worker: Hall Guard: After-School Sports: Home- room Officer Lancaster, James Social Studies ASB Representative: Federation Rep- resentative: J u n i o r Achievement, President. After-School Bowling Lanterman, Terry Lee Social Studies Transferred from Gonzaga Prepara- tory School. Federation Representa- tive Larson, Gary Industrial Arts Lee, Elinor Rose Social Studies Big Sister: Red Cross Representative: Room Monitor Lee, Laurin Paul Mathematics Homeroom President: W a r rio r s: B Squad Basketball, Baseball: Varsity Basketball, Baseball Lemon, .lol1n Neil Social Studies Homeroom Vice-President: Treasurer: Concert, Special, Marching Band: Spanish Club or the pride we felt when we helped our debate team win a tournament. Lessig, Carolyn Marie Business Education Transferred from Hunters, Washing- ton. Scholastic Honor Roll: Red Feathers: Talent Club: Doll Shop: League Representative: Big Sister: After-School Sports Lewis, Betty Ann Homcntaking League Representative: Big Sister: Aquettes: News Representative Lieske, Donald Social Studies C o n c e r t, Special B a n d: Junior Achievement Littlemore, Jack Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: H o m e r 0 o m Officer Litzenberger, Ann Sheyl Business Education League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: Doll Shop: Red Cross Repre- sentative: Choir: Three Fives Livengood, Dennis Science Homeroom President, Vice-President: ASB Representative: Federation Rep- resentative: B Squad Football, Basket- ball: Varsity Basketball: B Squad Track: Boys' Glee Club Loi, Eugene William Mathematics G r o u n d s Squad: Concert Band: Marching Band Lovegren, Linden Mary Ilfatlzematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor Roll, Gold with Ruby Pin: League Committees: Assistant Point Chairman: Big Sister: Red Feathers: All-Activity Shield: Talent Club: Amores Librorum, Fifth Executive: Thespians, Secretary: Math Club, Treasurer: Red Cross Representative: ASB Committees: News Staff: Debate: Doll Shop Lead: All-School Play, Production: Children's Theater Lucas, Joanne Marie Science Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Committees: League Representative: Math Club, Secretary: Medecine d' Avenir: Office Worker: Roll Checker: All-Activity Shield: After-School Sports: C o lo r Girls: Red Feathers: Homeroom Pres- ident: Red Cross Representative: Doll Shop Luschei, Erich Sturdevant Matlzeinatics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: News Staff, Editor in Chief, Managing Edi- tor, Circulation: Junior Toastmasters, President: Student C o u r t, Defense Attorney: Quill and Scroll, President, Vice-President: Junior Press Club, President: Varsity Tennis Team Lynn, Sheryl Business Education League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: ASB Representative: Office Worker Lyons, John Herbert I ndustrial Arts Federation Representative: Federation Committees: After-School Sports: B Squad Football: Freshman Football, Track Lyons, William Joseph Industrial Arts Homeroom President, Vice-President: B Squad Baseball, Football: Varsity Baseball: American Legion Baseball: Federation Representative: ASB Rep- resentative MacPherson, Duana Business Education Transferred from Pasco. League Rep- resentative: Thespians: C h i l d re n's Theater, Art Director: Stage Crew: Red Cross Representative: After- School Sports: Golf: Doll Shop: De- signed SEA Emblem if rf' 'f 1, X ,er-up t ip-Q ext ? 37 A role in a school play is the fondest memory some of us 'I'reasure. McBride, James Social Studies Federation President, Vice-President: Federation Class Representative: ASB Representatlve:Boys'Glee Club: Var- sity, Junior Varsity Football: Junior Varsity Baseball: All-City Football: Winner of Tackling Award, 2 times: Varsity Football Co-Captain McBride, Jerry Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: ASB Representative: Federation Represent- ative: Homeroom President: Junior Toastmasters: Intramural Swimming: News Representative: Red Cross Rep- resentative McChesney, Donna Jean Business Education League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: League Convocation: Study Hall Roll Checker: Office Worker: Girls' Glee Club: Winter and Spring Music Festival: Senior Committee: Red Cross Representative: After- School Sports McClintock, James Dale Science News, Tamarack Photography Staff: News Representative: Special Band: 3C's McCoy, John Alexander Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Junior, Senior Senator: Marching, Concert, Special Pep Band: Cross Country: ASB Com- mittees: Homeroom Secretary: Band Secretary: Senior Class Treasurer McCoy. Pat Business Education Junior Achievement: Red Cross Rep- resentative McCray, Richard Social Studies B Squad Football, Basketball: Track: Varsity Football: Golf McDonald, Ken Industrial A1 ts McDougall, Nancy Business Education Transferred from Kennewick. League Committees: Big Sister: ASB Rep- resentative: Tamarack Representative: Children's Theater: News Staff, Ad- vertising Manager: After-School Sports McFarland. Roberta Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Representa- tive: Homeroom Vice-President: ASB Representative: News Representative: Big Sister McGrath, Patricia Marie Science League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Representative: League Committees: Big Sister: Tamarack Representative: Vox Puellarum: Medecine cl' Avenir: Doll Shop: Library Worker: After- School Sports: ASB Committees: Homeroom Secretary: Red Cross Rep- resentative: Red Feathers: Color Girls: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars Mclntosh, Claudia Diane Foreign Languages Transferred from Long Beach, Cali- fornia. Scholastic Honor Roll: Girls' League Treasurer: League Represent- ative: League Committees: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Study Hall Roll Checker: Medecine d' Avenir: Vox Puellarum: 3C's McKenna, Allan Foreign Languages Transferred from Kenmore, Washing- ton. News Representative: Choir McKuhn, Robert Science Scholastic Honor Roll: Radio Club. President, Vice-President: Federation Representative For others, our story appearing in The News is our grea'I'es+ pride. McLaughlin, Mary Ann Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Representa- tive: Big Sister: News Representative: Red Cross Representative: Red Feath- ers: Doll Shop: Gym Office Workers McVay, Judith Anne Fine Arts R e d C r o s s Representative: After- School S p o r t s: Roll Checker: B i g Sister: Homeroom Treasurer McVay, Roland Lee Mathematics Transferred from Gonzaga Prep. Golf Magstadi, James Lon Fine Arts ASB Representative: Federation Rep- r e s e n t a t i v e: Freshman Football, Track: B Squad Football, Track: Var- sity Football, Track: ASB Committees: Silvers Spurs: Doll Shop: Homeroom President, Vice-President, Treasurer Maloney, Billie Jo Business Education Graduated in 3V2 Years: Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Representa- tive: League Committees: Big Sister: Color Girls, Historian Reporter: Red Feathers: Commercial Club, Fifth Executive, President: Vox Puellarum, Historian: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: Golf, Letter: Science Fair Chairman, Science Fair Winner: ASB Honors Board: Library Representative: News Representative: Homeroom President Martin, Rosemary Business Education League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: Scho- lastic Honor Roll: Art Club, Vice- P r e s i d e nt, Treasurer: Commercial Club: Golf Team: ASB Representa- tive: Chi1dren's Theater: 3C's Marx, Dennis Robert Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Aviation Club, Secretary: Red Cross Representative l ' Tlx . i t .f Q 'E' ,vi '31 ,V 5, ' ssii is A 'A g Zpq , ' W i , : 'W Masierson, lda Social Studies Graduated in 3 Years: Scholastic Hon- or Roll, 5 times: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Committees: Big Sister: Doll Shop: Activity Shield: Library Worker: Bronze Library Pin: Library Club: Gym Office Worker: Bookroom Worker: Ticket Office Worker: Amores Librorum, Treasurer, Vice-President: Winter and Spring Music Festival: Gym Office Monitor: Study Hall Checker: Boys' Glee Club, Accompanist: FTA, Secretary Materne, Richard A. Science Scholastic Honor R o 1 1: Freshman Baseball, Basketball, F o o t b a l 1: B Squad Baseball, Football: V a r s i t y Baseball: Homeroom President, Vice- President Mather, Sharon Ann Mathentalics League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Committees: Big Sister: Red Cross Representative: Homeroom President, Treasurer: Golf: Bowling League: FTA, Historian Recorder: Color Girls: Red Feathers: Football Princess At- tendant: All-Activity Shield: Doll Shop: Horizon Club, Corresponding Secretary, Sergeant at Arms Mathis, Joseph Social Studies Transferred from Seattle. J u n i 0 r Achievement: Quill and Scroll: News Staff Maxwell, John Edward Illatlzernalirs ASB Committees: Federation Repre- sentative: Choir: Tamarack Repre- sentative: Junior Toastmasters Mead, Linda Lou Fine Arts League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Representative: Big Sister: Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer: Library Worker: Library Pin: Library Club, Secretary, Treasurer: Popcorn Machine Worker Mellen, Vane++a Rae Business Education Transferred from Holy Names Acad- emy. After-School Sports: Red Cross Representative am. 'F .' vi i 1 W While some of us fought 'For the school on B-squad and varsity teams, Merrick, Frank John Science Scholastic H o n o r Roll: Homeroom President Merriman, Susan Foreign Languages Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Com- mittees: Big Sister: All-A c t i v i t y Shield: After-School Sports: Library Worker: Red Feathers: Color Girls Metler, Donald r ' Science W' 5 After-School Sports: Cafeteria Worker is Miller, Dorothy Rose Mathenmtics Q Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League 4 Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Rep- !" 1 resentative: A S B Representative: , Math Club, Vice-President: 3C's: Af- , ter-School Sports: ASB Committees: Tamarack Business Manager: News Bookkeeper and Business Manager: Homeroom President, Vice-President i E Miller, Galen A. eg, V, ylwgiq Illaihemalics 4 .fi Transferred from Great Falls, Mon- 'il.iifi7Q H tana. -2 wif- . " ' EM Tie Miller, Gary Science Boys' Glee Club: Rifle Club Miller, Jerry R, J, Industrial A: lr ,zgz V 1 i Q Miller, Lorraine Kay Matheinatics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor Roll, Gold with Ruby Pin: League Committees: Big Sister: League Representative: FNA, Trea- surer: Vox Puellarum, Reporter: Red Feathers: Color Girls: All-Activity Shield, 3 stars: After-School Sports: Doll Shop: Red Cross Representative: News Representative: News Staff: Gym Office Worker: ASB Committees: ASB Representative: Chairman of School and Grounds Committee Miller, Richard R. M alhenmlics Miller, Sherrie Ann H oineniaking Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Sister: League Roll, Silver Pin: Big Representative: Doll Shop: After- School Sports: Library Worker: Span- ish Club, Treasurer, President: Thes- pians, Vice-President, Clerk: All- School Play: Homeroom Secretary: Library Club, President Mills, Gordon Charles Science Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Treasurer: Boys' State Delegate: Latin Club, President: D o 1 l S h o p : Federation Council: ASB Representative: Home- r o o m President: A S B Scholarship Committee, C h a i r m a n : Concert, Marching, Special, Pep Band: Dixie- landers: Federation Polio Drive Chair- man: Vocational Conference, Chair- man Mix, Gary Mathematics Freshman Baseball: Varsity Baseball, Manager: B Squad Football: Federa- tion Representative: Chess Club: Jun- ior Achievement: Bowling Mix, J-ohn A. Mathematics Moe. Michael Science Rifle Club: After-School Sports others participated in half-time stunts or cheered from the bleachers. Moore, Lois Homeinaking League Representative: ASB Repre- sentative: Towel Monitor: Red Cross Representative Moran, Fredene Carol Foreign Languages Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Rep- resentative: League Committees: Big Sister: ASB Representative: ASB Committees: After-School Sports: Color Girls: Red Feathers: All-Acti- vity Shield: Doll Shop: Chi1dren's Theater: Latin Club, Treasurer: FTA, Secretary, President: Vox Puellarum, Sergeant at Arms: Homeroom Trea- Sllrel' Morris, Diane Busiizars Education League Honor Roll: League Commit- tees: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: Li- bary Worker: After-School Sports: Gym Office Monitor: Library Club, Vice-President Morris, Jane Frances Social Studies Graduated in 3V2 Years: Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Repre- sentative: Red Cross Representative: Homeroom President: News Repre- sentative: All-School Plays: Children's Theater: Music Festival: Thespians, Treasurer: Doll Shop Munlt, David Social Studirx Federation Representative: L o c k e r Monitor: Boys' Glee Club Munlc, Duane Industrial Arts Freshman Football, Basketball Murken, William Henry Science Intramural Basketball: F e d e r a tion Representative: ASB Representative: Cross Country: Junior Varsity Track: Varsity Track: Freshman Football: B Squad Football: After-School Bow- ing , .. ,, , 1,01 f s it at " 1 it ,I YE Neale, Roger Hughes lllatliematias' Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: Honors Board: Homeroom President: ASB Representative: Wrestling: B Squad Cross Country: B Squad Track: Li- brary Contest Winner Neighbors, Sharon Bu.riuc,rs Education Transferred from Wenatchee. Junior Red Cross Representative Nelson, Sharon Patricia Bu.ri11c.vs Education After-School Sports: B i g S i s t e r: League Representative Newcomb, Donald James Industrial Arts Freshman Football: B Squad Foot- ball: Varsity Track: B Squad Track: Freshman Track: Warriors: ASB Representative: Boys' Glee Club Newland, Kay Ann Foreign Languages Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: Girls' League President: Red Feathers, Sec- retary: Color Girls, Secretary: Vox Puellarum: F N A, V i c e-President: Math Club, Vice-President: League Honor Roll, Gold with Ruby Pin: Red Cross Representative, S e c r e t a r y: League Representative: League Honors Board: Big Sister: League Commit- tees: ASB Committees: All-Activity Shield, Gold Star: Golf: Ice Skating, Co-Chairman: A f t e r-School Sports: Gym Office Monitor: D o ll S h o p: Homeroom President, Secretary: ASB Nominating Committee Nye, Ernie Social Studies Varsity Football: B Squad Football: Freshman Football: Freshman Bas- ketball: Warriors: Homeroom Presi- dent: Federation Representative: News Representative: Red Cross Represent- ative Nye, Richard Joseph Mathematics ASB Representative: Homeroom Vice- President: ASB Rollerskating Com- mittee: Marching Band: Concert Band: Special Band: Pep Band: Doll Shop Orchestra: Eastern Washington Honor Band: All-State Band: F r e s h m a n Football: B Squad Football: Varsity Tennis: Warriors: Junior Toastmasters 'UD .-if Our senior year brought new activities and fresh, exciting experiences 4.5 J 1 Odell, Theodore Kimball Social Studies Oiland, Barbara Ann Business Education Big Sister: Red Cross Representative: After-School Sports: League Honor Roll: ASB Nominating Committee Olsen,James Q, , F01'Clg7lL0ll,01tGgCS ,mg , ' A , , S 2 il' 1 ,. . f ' Eg' gk " " :Ski li . . 1-' Olsen, Vickie Lynne Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: League Representative: Red Cross Representative: Big Sister: Doll Shop: Office Monitor: Senior Cards and Announcements C o m m i t t e eg Homeroom Door Decorating Commit- tee Olson, Carole Lynne Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Representa- tive: Tamarack Representative: Li- brary Worker: Big Sister: FTA, Vice- President: FTA Certificate of Service Olson, Kaye Lynn ' Business Education 'f L. A 1 Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor R011, Silver Pin: choir: Girls' ,, Glee Club: After-School Sports .Newly N 2' K OH, Sharron Ruth Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: T a m a r a c k Staff: News Staff: Quill and Scroll: FTA, Vice-President: Amores Libro- rum: Big Sister Award: League Rep- resentative: League C o m m i t t e e s: Homeroom Secretary: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: Gym Office Worker: Main Office Worker ty. Overmyer, Lorna .lean Science Scholastic Honor Roll: Girls' League Vice-President: League Honor Roll, Gold with Ruby Pin: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: ASB Committees: ASB Representative: Girls' State Delegate: Vox Puellarum, Secretary: FNA, Sec- retary: Gym Office Monitor: Book- room Monitor: Homeroom President: All-Activity Shield: Golf Page, Richard Glenn Social Studies Freshman Baseball: B Squad Base- ball Paine, Roger D. Matheinatics Latin Club: Freshman Football: B Squad Football: ASB Representative: ASB Dance Committee: Federation Representative Panfzar, Ronald R. .Science Scholastic Honor Roll: Red Cross Representative: NC Hi-Y: Intramural S w i m m ing: Federation Representa- tive: Homeroom President: Cross Country: Track: Basketball Paquin, Kenneth Douglas Social Stud-ies Chi1dren's Theater: Choir Pardun, Sharon Earlene Homemaking Spanish Club: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: Homeroom Roll Checker: After-School Sports: Golf: Activity Shield: News Repre- sentative Parrish, Fred Martin Social Studies Freshman Football: Freshman Base- ball: B Squad Football: B Squad Baseball: Choir: Locker Monitor: Boys' Glee Club: Winter and Spring Music Festival: Intramural Swim as we confidently assumed positions which made us leaders of the school Patterson, James William S cicnce Payne, lvan Industrial Arts Warriors: Varsity Football: Freshman Football: Freshman Track: Ecker Award: Federation Representative Peelgren, Lee David Industrial Arts Freshman F o o t b a 1 1, Basketball: B S q u a d Football: Varsity Football: Track: Warriors Pence. Dianne Darlene Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: Choir, Vice- President: Three Fives, Librarian: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Big Sister: League Committees: Doll Shop: Home- room President: Winter and Spring Music Festival: After-School Sports: Commercial Club: Thanksgiving Con- vocation: Glee Club Perry, Galen M. Mathematics ASB President: Federation Treasurer: Latin Club, Treasurer: Toastmasters, Treasurer, Program Chairman: Scho- lastic Honor Roll: Hi-Y, Vice-Presi- dent: Homeroom President: ASB Committees: Doll Shop: Christmas Con: Freshman Football: Cross Coun- try: Boys' State Delegate: Friendliest Boy Award: ASB Representative Phillipson, Sandra Ann Business Education Color Girls: FNA, Treasurer: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Red Cross Represeneative: Homeroom Vice-Pres- ident: League Committees: League Representative: Big Sister: Doll Shop: ASB Representative: News Represent- ative: After-School Sports Plumb, Richard Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: Home- room President: Marching Band: Con- cert Band Pope, Walter George Industrial Arts Price, Hugh Mackay Mathematics News Representative: Varsity Foot- ball Manager Procter, Loretta June Business Education Transferred from Holy Names Aca- demy. After-School Sports Pryor, Ronald Lee Mathematics Concert Band: Marching Band: Intra- mural Swim Prudenie, Max Science Transferred from Q u e e n Elizabeth Grammar School, Gainsborough, Eng- land. Choir Quiring, Sharon Lee Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Honor Roll: League Gold Pin: Big Sister: Glee Club: Winter and Spring Music Festival: Color Girls: Red Feathers: Tamarack Representative: Roll Checker: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield: Doll Shop Mon- 1 or Quisf, Jack V. Industrial Arts Homeroom President: News Repre- sentative: Red Cross Representative Hopefully we campaigned for offices of fhe League, the Federafion and the ASB, 'if 44 Ralston, Sheldon Donnely Social Studies Homeroom President, Vice-President: Stage Crew Ray, Esther Blanche Science Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: Tama- rack Staff, Associate Editor: Tama- rack and News Photography Staff: News Representative: Red Feathers: Doll Shop: Activity Shield: Gym Office Worker: ASB Committees: Student Chairman of Vocational Con- ference: League Silver Pin: Big Sister: 'I Speak For Democracy' Contest Winner: Latin Club, President: Me- decine 'd Avenir: Homeroom Vice- President Reefz, Harry James Science Junior Varsity Baseball: Chess Club: Bowling Reid, Bruce Alex Foreign Languages Scholastic Honor Roll: Freshman Football, Track: B Squad Football: Varsity Track, Football: Homeroom President: Warriors: Federation Rep- resentative Reid, Ronald Melvin Social Studies Reilly, John Paul Industrial Arts Transferred from Gonzaga. Home- room President, Vice-President: Freshman Football, Basketball, Base- ball: B Squad Football, Basketball, Baseball Rew, Dick Industrial Arts Freshman Football, Track Basketball: B Squad Football: Junior Varsity Track: Varsity Football, Track: War- riors: Student Court Officer: ASB Committees: Homeroom Representa- tive: Aquettes Swim Show: Doll Shop Richards, Lois Christine Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: League Honor Roll, Committees, Representa- tive: Activity Shield, 2 stars: Big Sister: Red Feathers, Sergeant at Arms: Color Girls, Chairman: Golf Team, Manager: Amores Librorum: Vox Puellarum, Treasurer: Quill and Scroll, Treasurer, President: La ti n Club, Fifth Executive: All-City Ho- rizon Club, President: Doll Shop: ASB Constitution Committee, Chairman: News Representative: News Staff, Editor in Chief, Sports Editor, Girls' Sports Editor: Tamarack Representa- tive: After-School Sports: J u n i o r Press Club: Gym Office Monitor Richmond, Bonnie Mae Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Representa- tive: Big Sister: Amores Librorum, Treasurer: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Gym Office Monitor: FTA: ASB Rep- sentative: ASB Committees: H o m e- room President, Secretary: Doll Shop Rickard, Tom Paul Industrial Arts Transferred from G o n z a g a Prep. Freshman Football: B Squad Foot- ball: Varsity Football: Archie Buckley Inspirational Award: Homeroom Pres- ident, Vice-President: Baseball Riddle, Lee Busitzess Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Representa- tive: Big Sister: Convocation: Red Cross Representative: Doll Shop: ASB Representative: Spanish Club: Civic llfheater Plays: Red Cross Convoca- l0I1 Riggin, Beverly Jean Business Education League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Committees: League Representative: Big Sister: Style Show: Homeroom Treasurer, Vice-President: ASB Rep- resentative: League Committees, War Orphan Committee, Chairman: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: Locker Monitor: Library Worker: Roll Check- er: Red Cross Committees: Hall Guard: News Representative: Child- ren's Theater Riggs, Jack Edward Industrial Arts ASB Door Decorating Committee: Red Cross Ripke, Sharon Raye Fine Arts Talent Club: Doll Shop: Office Work- er: Library Worker: League Repre- sentative: Big Sister: After-School Sports: Junior Achievement: Home- room Secretary but, whether we won or lost, Ripley, Dick -A 7' , - i t Industrial Arts i , , j ig t- h bq . fir? - 1534 K Rizzuti. Judith Liann Mathematics r League Honor R o l l, B r o n z e P i n: lg, League Representative: Big Sister: - M Cross Representative: Library Rep- N i. resentative: Gym Office Worker: FTA: i f-A I Art Club, Secretary, Treasurer: Home- r R room Treasurer: Horizon Club, Pres- .. s , Tamarack Staff, Art E d i t o r: Red ldent, Secretary Rizzuti, Victor Norman A Music 5' 1 Choir: Winter and Spring Music Fes- 55 tivals 1 , ' iv Robertson, Clara Ann Science Transferred from Riverside High, Mi- lan, Washington. Robertson, Joyce Lee Science Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Gold with Ruby Pin: League Treasurer: Big Sister: League Com- mittees: League Representative: All- Activity Shield: Red Feathers: Color Girls: Doll Shop: Vox Puellarum, Treasurer: FNA: Medecine 'd Avenir: After-School Sports: Tamarack Staff, Advertising Manager: ASB Repre- sentative: ASB Dance Committee: Ta- marack Representative: Science Fair, Grand Prize: Debate ' Robideaux, Tom O. Science Transferred from Colfax, Washing- ton. Varsity Track Robinson, Glenn Charles Science ep, Special, Concert, Marching Band: axphone Quartet: Homeroom Pres- 'dent: Federation Representative: Doll Shop: Orchestra we remained loyal to North Central. Robinson, William Raymond Social Studies News Representative Rockwell. Marie Annette Fine Arts League Representative: League Com- mittees: AJBC Bowling League Rogers, Susan Elizabeth Foreign Languages Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: Big Sister: League Representative: League Committees: FTA: Amores Lib r o r u m: Spanish Club: After-School Swim: ASB Com- mittees: Junior Achievement Roltsness, Betty Jean .Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Gold with Ruby Pin: Activity Shield, Three Stars: Needy Family Committee, Chairman: April Showers Mixer Decoration Committee, Chair- man: League Representative: Big Sis- ter: Vox Puellarum, President: Foot- ball Princess: Red Feathers, Historian: Color Girls, Historian: Latin Club: Red Cross Representative: ASB Rep- resentative: Doll Shop: ASB Commit- tees: News Representative: Tamarack Representative: Girls' Tennis Team: After-School Sports: Quill and Scroll: News Staff, Associate Editor, News Editor, Ad Manager: Tennis Letter Rollis, Robin Fine Arts Art Club: ASB Committees: Library Worker: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Representative: Big Sis- ter: News Representative Rooney, James Illathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Federation Rep- resentative: After-S c h o o l Sports: Freshman Football: Homeroom Sec- retary Ross, Joan Grace Business Education Homeroom Secretary We cheered a great football team on to win the city co-championship. Rouse, Jackie Louise Business Education Transferred from Newport, Washing- ton. Rouse, Sandra Lee Business Education Doll Shop: ASB Representative: Af- ter-School Sports: School Plays: Big Sister Russell, Thomas Gary Science ASB President, Fifth Executive: ASB Committees, Head: Boys' State: Grand Prize Winner, Science Fair: Home- room President, Vice-President: Stu- dent Court Judge: Medecine d' Avenir, President, Vice-President: Sophomore Senator: Federation Representative Ryan, James Robert Science Ryan, Judith Carol Homenzaking League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: Library Club: Thespians, Trea- surer: All-School Plays: Chi1dren's Theater: ASB Representative: ASB Committees: N e w s Representative: After-School Sports: Library Repre- sentative Sailor, Marion Joanne Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 4times: League Representative: League Committees: Big Sister: Homeroom Secretary: ASB Representative: ASB Committees Sampson, Charlene Business Education League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: Roll Checker: Aquettes: Thes- pians: Library Worker Sander, Gary Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Repre- sentative: Federation Council: Home- room President Sayles, Kay Matlzcntatics Scholastic Honor Roll: Girls' State Delegate: ASB Secretary: ASB Com- mittees: ASB Freshman Dance Di- rector: League Representative: League Committees: Big Sister: Color Girls: Song Leader: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: Red Cross, Vice-President: Doll Shop, Student Director: Sophomore Senator: After-School Sports: Library Worker: Talent Club: Debate: Home- room Secretary: League Honor Roll, Gold with Ruby Pin Schaefer, Theressa Ann Honieinaking League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Li- brary Worker: Study Hall Roll Check- er: News Representative: Doll Shop: 3C's Schatz, Linda Jean Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 4 times: League Honor Roll, Gold with Ruby Pin: League Representative: League Com- mittees: Big Sister: After-School Sports: Golf Team, Captain, Manager: Golf Letter, 1 star: All-Activity Shield, 3 stars: Red Feathers, Histo- rian: Color Girls: Gym Office Work- er: Doll Shop: FTA, President, Trea- surer: Commercial Club Treasurer: Spanish Club: Homeroom Vice-Presi- dent: ASB Committees: Red Cross Representative Schiffner, Larry Grant Science Scholastic Honor Roll: Rifle Club: Chess Club Schilling, Beverly Kay Social Studies Transferred from Lewis and Clark. Schilling, Verna Business Education Girls' Glee Club: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin We remember how we helped make co-rec nighi' a smashing success Schmidt, Leroy Harry Science Schroeder, Ray Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Junior Varsity Baseball: Rifle Club: Boys' Glee Club: Bowling Team: Tennis Team Schubert, Frank Mathematics Schulz, Gloria .lean Business Education League Representative: Big Sister: Roll Checker Schumann, Gilbert Stephan Mathcinatics Hall Guard: Cafeteria Worker: Spring Concert: Choir: Varsity Track: Fed- eration Representative: Red Cross gtppgesentative: Spanish Club: Rifle u Scollard, Jerry Mathematics ASB Committees: ASB Representative: B Squad Track: B Squad Cross Coun- try: Federation Committees: Federa- tion Representative: Doll Shop: Sci- ence Fair Winner Seidal, Brill InclustrialArts Shackelford, Jacqueline Kaye Business Education Graduated in 3M Years: Girls' Glee Club Shaver, Richard Eldon Mathematics Schlastic H o n o r Roll: Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer Shaw, Darlene Adele H oineinaking After-School S orts Girls' le lu p 3 G e C bg ASB Representative: Hall Guard: Big Sister Sheldon, Pai' Social Studies Rifle Club: Golf Team Shepard, Beverly Jean Business Education League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: Color Girls: After-S c h o o l Sports: 3C's: Traffic Squad Shepard, Roger Lee Industrial Arts Sherrard, Sherry Social Studies Transferred from Holy Names Aca- damy. After-School Sports: Horizon Club To aicl a needy tamily, we were photographed sitting on Santa's lap. Shoop, Elsie Social Studies Transferred from Kettle Falls, Wash- ington. Scholastic Honor Roll: League Representative: Bookroom Monitor Shriver, Linda Kay Bitsiuess Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor Roll, Gold with Ruby Pin: Girls' League President, Point Chair- man, Style Show, Committees: Big Sister: Songleader: Color Girls: Fresh- man and Junior Senator: Vox Puel- Iarum, President, Fifth Executive: Commercial Club: Girls' State: DAR Junior Citizen: Doll Shop: Winter Festival: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: Tennis Team: ASB Committees Shuler, Myrna Rae Social Studies Transferred from Wester, Canada. Shurtlett, Douglas Social Studies News Representative: B Squad Track Silvernail, Patricia Joann Homcmaleing Simpson, Morrie Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: All-Activity Shield: News Representative: Junior Achieve- ment: Red Cross Representative: All- School Plays: Doll Shop: Chi1dren's Theater: Tennis Team: Girls' Glee Club: Library Worker: After-School Sports: Gym Office Worker Sipe, Janice Carol Business Educat-ion Scholastic Honor Roll: Girls' League Secretary: League Winter Mixer, Gen- eral Chairman: Commercial Club, Sec- retary: Vox Puellarum, Secretary: Tamarack Staff, Advertising Manager: Songleader: Big Sister: Doll Shop: All-A c t i v i t y Shield, 1 star: Color Girls: ASB Standing C o m m i t t e e, Chairman: A f t e r-S c h o o l Sports: H o m e r o 0 m President, Secretary: League Honor Roll, Gold with Ruby Pin Skelton, John Mathematics Homeroom P r e s i d e n t: Warriors: Freshman Baseball: B Squad Baseball, Football: Varsity Baseball, Football Sleizer, Kent Arthur M atliematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Concert, March- ing Band: Math Club Slentz, Tom Industrial Arts News Representative Sloan, Gloria Houtemakiug Transferred from Park Rose, Oregon. Red Cross Representative: Library Worker: Homeroom Roll Checker Smith, Helen Kathryn Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: ASB Representative: League Representa- tive: Roll Checker Smith, Marlene Valerie Homemaking Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Girls' Glee Club: Winter and Spring Music Fes- tival: ASB Representative: Girls' Ten- nis Team: Girls' Golf: Big Sister Smith, Pat Homemakiug Big Sister: Red Cross Representative ei Singing and dancing in Doll Shop are Smith, Sandra Mae Business Education League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: Library Worker: Hall Guard: Girls' Glee Club: After-School Sports: Red Cross Representative: Doll Shop: Red Feathers: ASB Representative Solinsky, Ronald Duane Fine Arts Children's Theater: Doll Shop Sparks, Richard Allen Music S p o k a n e Philharmonic Orchestra: Spokane Junior Symphony: Doll Shop Orchestra: Choir: Spokane Symphonic Chorale: ASB Representative: Intra- mural Wrestling Spillcer, Milce Science Freshman Football, Baseball: B Squad Baseball: Varsity Track: Ice Skating Spurloclc, Paul Dennis Social Studies Federation Representative: ASB No- minating Committee: Varsity Football, Basketball: B Squad Football, Basket- ball: Freshman Football, Basketball, Baseball: Homeroom President: War- riors: Senior Class Alternate Standaart, Danny Foreign Languages Transferred from A s t o r i a, Oregon. Junior, Marching, Concert Band Starr, Dorothy Carolyn Business Education Big Sister: League Committees: Af- ter-School Sports ,,-mas., experiences we will never 'Forget Steen, Inez .lean Business Education Doll Shop: League Committees: League Representative: After-School Sports: Girls' Glee Club: Big Sister: Homeroom Secretary, Treasurer Stein, Bernita Business Education League Honor Roll, B r o n z e Pin : League Representative: Big Sister Steinmetz, Richard Industrial Arts Marching, Concert, Special Band: Ra- dio Club Sterritt, Judy Emmaline Business Education Homeroom President: Red Cross Rep- resentative Stewart, Bob Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Warriors: Var- sity Football: B Squad F o o t b all : Freshman Football: Baseball: Boys' Glee Club: Intramural Swimming Stockton, Ardella Houieiuaking League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Style Shows: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: All-Activity Shield Stokes, Daryl Lynn Industrial Arts New sprung clothes blossomed 'I'hroughou+ the school on cotton clay. Street, Frank Scieurr- Federation Representative S+ree+, Judie liusilmxx Education Scholastic Honor Roll: Big Sister: Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary Stroud, Michael Vernon Fine Arts Transferred from West Valley High School. ASB Election Committees: ASB Representative: Thespians: All- School Play: Children's Theater: Me- decine d' Avenir Sullivan, Dennis C. Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Commit- tees: Homeroom President, Secretary: News Representative: M a t h C l u b : Latin Club: Marching, Concert, Spe- cial Band: Federation Representative: Red Cross Representative: Debate Sullivan, Frank Durane Induxtrial Arts H a ll Guard: N e w s Representative: Library Worker Sullivan, John P. Fine Arts ASB Committees: ASB Representa- tive: Science Fair Winner: Painting of the Year Winner: Student Court, Defense Attorney: Art Club, Vice- President, Historian: Red Cross Rep- resentative Swanson, Barbara Joyce Sfiwzcz' League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: League Committees: After- School Sports: Doll Shop: Gym Office Executive: Study Hall Roll Checker: Meclecine d' Avenir, Fifth Executive Swift, Sally Mae Buxizzcm Eduration League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Representative: Big Sister: League C o m m i t t ees: ASB Representative: D ol l S h o p: P E Monitor: Junior Achievement: All-Activity S h i e l d : Hall Guard: Wniter Music Festival: Library Worker: After-School Sports: Red Feathers: Girls' Glee Club Taskey, Everett Delroy Social S'tudi0.v Red Cross Representative Thibaulf, Carol Jean 1lllllllL'lll!lfif5 Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: All-Activity Shield, 2 stars: Big Sister: Style Show: Doll Shop: Tennis, Letter: Color Girls, Sergeant at Arms: Red Feathers: FNA, Historian, President: Toastmistress, President: Chairman of ASB Dance Committee: Honors Board: Student Court Secretary: ASB Repre- sentative: Homeroom President, Sec- retary: After-School Sports: NC Rep- resentative to Twinlow Leadership Camp Thiele, Diana Sue Homemakiug Library Worker Thomas, Frank Roy Matliieiizafics Scholastic Honor Roll: Doll Shop: Hall Guard: Boys' Glee Club: Music Festival Thomas, Wayne A. Social Studies Homeroom Treasurer, Secretary, Vice- President: Hall Guard: Library Work- er: Tamarack Representative Thomas,Winnifred Ethel Bu.rinr'x.r Educaiion Study Hall Roll Checker On senior class committees we planned our activities For the year. Thompson, Milton Allen Industrial Arts Thompson, Patricia Anne Business Education League Honor Roll: Big Sister: Af- ter-School Sports: Study Hall Roll Checker Thorpe, Delroy Cody Social Studies B Squad Football, Basketball: Var- sity Football, Basketball, Track: War- riors: Homeroom President: Federa- tion Representative Tipke, Ramona Lenore Business Education League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: All- Activity Shield: Roll Checker: News Representative: Hall Guard: Traffic Squad: Volleyball Titus, Albert Carl Industrial A rts Cafeteria Worker Tobin, Virginia Joanne Fine Arts League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Committees: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: Big Sister: Red Feathers: Aquettes, Vice-President, Secretary: Doll Shop: After-School Sports, Swim Manager: Walk Slip Co-Chairman: Library Worker: Locker Monitor: Art Club, Secretary, P r e s i d e n t : Hall Guard: Y-Teen l Todd, Dorothy Lou Fine Arts Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: After- School Sports: Hall Guard: Library Worker Tokarz, Frank Ilffatheinatics Transferred from Kansas City. Tollefson, Mary Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big S i s te r : R ed Feathers: ASB Representative: ASB Committees: Homeroom V i c e-Presi- dent: After-School Sports: Gym Of- fice Worker Travis, Gary Paul Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: ASB Repre- sentative: Rifle Club: Chess Club Tripleti, Daryl Social Studies B Squad Basketball: Cross Country: Varsity Track: Federation Represent- ative: Band, Sergeant at Arms Troyer, Barbara .lo Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: All-Activity Shield: Big Sister: League Commit- tees: League Representative: Color Girls: Red Feathers: Color Guard: ASB Representative: Homeroom Sec- retary: Doll Shop: Rest Monitor: Af- ter-School Sports Tschetter, Dave Mathematics Homeroom President: Federation Rep- r e s e n t a t i v e: Latin Club: Junior, Marching, Concert Bands: Rifle Club Ullman, Robert Leroy Fine Arts Wrestling 5I A tun tilled year is climaxed by our senior prom, our breakfast and our picnic. Unicume, Carolyn Ann Business Education Homeroom President, Secretary: ASB Representative: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Committees: Big Sister: Doll Shop: Winter and Spring Music Festivals: Girls' Glee Urbach, Carol Lynn Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: Big Sister: League Representative: All-Activity Shield, 1 star: League Committees: Red Feath- ers, Sergeant at Arms: Commercial Club, Fifth Executive: Homeroom Secretary, President: Doll Shop: Girls' Glee Club: Library Worker: Gym Office Worker: After-School Sports: Color Girls: Winter and Spring Music Festivals: Locker Monitor Van Tuyl, Glenice Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Style Shows: Tama- rack Representative: News Represent- ative: Study Hall Roll Checker: Af- ter-School Sports Vaughn, Elizabeth Darlene Business Education Transferred from Bristol, Tennessee. Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: League Representa- tive, League Committees: Big Sister: After-School Sports: Towel Monitor: Locker Monitor Vaupel, Anne Louise .Music League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: Big Sister: Roll Checker: Choir: Girls' Glee Club: Library Worker Vawter, Ron Mathematics Scholastic Honor Roll: Varsity Golf: Marching, Concert, Band: Federation Representative Vollert, Ray Industrial A rts Scholastic Honor Roll: News Repre- sentative: News, Circulation Manager, Advertising Staff: Spanish Club Voorhies, Mary Business Education Transferred from Richland, Washing- ton. Big Sister Wahl, Roy Science Marching, Concert Band Waiting, Judith Dawn Iltatlzematics League Honor Roll, B r o n z e P i n: League Representative: Big Sister: Aquettes: ASB Representative: Color Girls: After-School Sports: Study Hall Roll Checker Waldby, J. Dan Industrial Arts Waldo. Robert Donald Industrial Arts Transferred from Wilbur, Washington. Homeroom President: ASB Repre- sentative Walker, Margaret lla Business Education League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: League Sextet: League Com- mittees: Red Cross Representative: Homeroom Secretary: Doll Shop Lead: Winter and Spring Music Festivals: Library Worker: Gym Office Monitor: ASB Committees: After-School Sports Wall, David Roland Matltetttatics Scholastic Honor Roll: Homeroom President, Vice-President: V a r s i t y Golf: Federation Representative: In- tjramural Basketball: B Squad Foot- all And now we must leave all this ancl take our place in the world Wallace, Karin Elizabeth Business Education Homeroom Vice-President: Red Cross Representative: B 1 g S i s t e r : Hall Guard: A S B Representative: A S B Honors Board Watson, David Allan Mathematics Federation Representative: ASB Rep- resentative: Homeroom Vice-President Watson, Lailla Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll: Big Sister: League Committees: League Representative: Color Girls: Commercial C lu b , Vice-President: FNA: Tamarack Representative: Doll Shop: After-School Sports: All-Acti- vity Shield Weatherhead, Sandra Lou Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 6 times: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: ASB Com- mittees: Doll Shop: Locker Monitor Weaver, Kent Mattie-matics Weaver, Richard Lane Mathematics Rifle Club: Spanish Club: Bowling Weilelres, Margie Ann Fine Arts Weishaar, Tom Illatlicinatics Welch, Mike Industrial Arts Library Worker: Ground Squad: Traf- fic Squad: Cafe Worker: Chess Club: Bowling Wellsandt, Jerry Industrial Arts After-School Sports: Rifle Club Wengeler, Lloyd Jllathzfniatifs We-therell, Patricia Anne Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: Red Feathers: Color Girls: News Staff, Associate Editor, Managing Editor: Junior Press Club: Dasidrian, Histo- rian: Doll Shop: Choir: News Repre- sentative: Tamarack Representative: All-Activity Shield: Homeroom Sec- retary, Vice-President Whelham, Kathy Businfss Education League Honor Roll, B r o n z e P i n : League Representative: Big Sister: Style Show: Red Feathers: Talent Club: After-School Sports: Homeroom Secretary: Doll Shop: Library Worker White, Janice Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Bronze Pin: League Represent- ative: Homeroom Treasurer each of us hoping that l1e is prepared to face life and the future. White, Judie Anne Business Education Big Sister White, Larry G. Social S tndies Marching Band: Concert Band Whitten, Marcy Kay Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll, 7 times: Amores Librorum, President, Treasurer: Latin Club: Library Worker, President: Homeroom President: League Repre- sentative: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Big Sister: ASB Committees: After-School Sports Wiclcstrom, Bud I ndnstrial A rts News Representative Wilcox, Martha Julia Foreign Languages League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Representative: Big Sister: Golf, Cap- tain, Manager: After-School Sports: Homeroom Vice-President, Secretary: ASB Representative: News Represent- ative: FNA: Honors Board: All-Acti- vity Shield: Locker Monitor: Doll Shop Williams, Dell P. Mathematics Scholastic Honor Ro1l,7times: Wrest- ling: Homeroom President: Federa- tion Representative: Freshman Foot- ball, Track: B Squad Football: Band Williams, Neil T. Science Freshman Football, Track: B Squad Football, Track: Varsity Track Wilson, Don Mathematics Freshman, B Squad, Varsity Football: Freshman, B Squad, Varsity Track: Iglrews Representative: Warriors: Doll 013 Wilson, Kendall Alexis Fine Arts Scholastic Honor Roll: Golf: ASB Committees: Spanish Club, Vice-Pres- ident: Homeroom President: News Staff: Choir Winn, Karen Fine Arts Red Cross Representative: Doll Shop: News Representative: 3C's: Gym Of- fice Monitor: Big Sister: League Rep- resentative WiH', Mary Ann Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: League Representa- tive: Big Sister: Dad and Daughter Banquet Publicity Committee, Chair- man: Homeroom Vice-President, Sec- retary: Red Cross Representative: Li- brary Worker: News Representative: Color Girls, Sergeant at Arms: Red Feathers, Chairman: FNA: Vox Puel- larum: After-School Sports: Doll Shop: Junior Achievement: Gym Of- fice Monitor Wizemann, Sara Lee Social Studies Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Gold Pin: Big Sister: League Representative: Red Feathers: FTA: Amores Librorum: Doll Shop: Home- room President Wolfe, Darrell Wayne Science Transferred from Genesee, I d a h o . Science Fair Committee: Gym Office Monitor Woodard, James Ronald Science Graduated in 3V2 Years: Federation Representative: Homeroom President: Freshman Football, Track: B Squad Football Woodhursi, Dennis Earl Social Studies F r e s h m a n Baseball, Basketball: B Squad Baseball: Junior Varsity Base- ball: Varsity Baseball: Boys' Glee Club Woodward, Deanna Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: League Honor Roll, Silver Pin: Color Girls: Doll Shop: Tamarack Representative: Af- ter-School Sports: Big Sister: Home- room Secretary, Treasurer Woodworth, Joyce F inc' Arts Transferred from Garfield, Washing- ton. Stage Crew: ASB Representative Wornsfaff, Larry Ernest Nlatltcirzatics Scholastic Honor Roll, 5 times: ASB Representative: Marching, Concert Band: Latin Club, Treasurer: Fresh- man Cross Country, Track: B Squad Cross Country, Track Wright, Michael K. Social Studies SENIORS Linda Banik Charles Hagle Grace Johnson Raymond Johnson Fred Johnston Young, Sharon Lee Social Studies Transferred from Spooner, Wiscon- sin. Scholastic Honor Roll: Red Cross Representative Young, Steven Lamar Social Studies Warriors: Special, Concert, Marching Band: B Squad Football, Track: Var- sity Track, Cross Country: Homeroom Vice-President Ytreeide, Gary Phillip .Mathematics Radio Club: Homeroom Secretary: Freshman Baseball: Grounds Squad: Bowling Zimbrick, Mollie Jo Business Education Scholastic Honor Roll: Library Work- er: After-School Swim: Horseback Riding: Library Club: League Silver Pin: Big Sister Zimmer, Donna Marie Business Education Transferred from Chewelah, Washing- ton. After-School Sports NOT PICTURED IN THE TAMARACK Sharon Williams Harry Meyers Patricia Simiskey Duane '.l'1'aylor Harley Uni-uh Elaine Vllhite 55 SENIOR COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRMEN -Jerry Scollard, breakfast, Jim Magstadt, prom: Linda Shriver, breakfastg Erich Luschei, commencement. SENIOR BREAKFAST Chairmen: Linda Shriver and jerry Scollarcl Mary Ann VVitt, Jack Lyons, Jan- ice Sipc, Molly Kronnn, Barbara llacon, Mary Bonin, Margaret Hamhlin, Marilyn Fried, Roy Kuch, Marcy Whitten, Bonnie Richinonfl SENIOR COMMENCEMENT Chairmen: Linda Fleischauer and Erich Luchei Virginia Hulick, Sally Alcan, Marilyn Israel, Sharon Quiring, lloh Walclo, Ivan Johnson, Roger Neale, Pat Wetherell, Jerry Mc- Bride SENIOR PROM Chairman: Jim Magstaclt Sharon Mather, Lois Richards, Ernie Nye, il. P. Sullivan, Kay Knapton, Esther Ray, Ken Wil- son, jo Anne Bishop, Jack Max- well, john Carlson SENIOR COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRMEN-Phil Harris, picnic: Mike Stroud, convocation: Kay Dodge. convocationg Betty Rolfsness, picnic: Mr. Simonson, Senior class adviser. SENIOR CONVOCATION Chairmen: Kay Dodge and Mike Stroud lfredene Moran, Carol Urbach, janet Rofto, l22ll'IJ211'21 Oiland, Sue Merriman, Lorna Overrnyer, Sheryl Lynn, Bill Bradford, Gor- don Mills, Dick Sparks, Terry Lanterman, Tom R obideaux SENIOR PICNIC Chaifnien: Betty Rolfsness and Phil Harris julie Wilcox, Linda Green, Lee Riddle, Linda Schatz, Irene Campbell, Patty Flynn, Dick Rew, Neil Williams, Dick Ma- terne, Gary Sander, Steve Young, Dave Peelgren OFFICERS IN CHARGE Skip Perry, senior prom John McCoy, senior breakfast Denny Spurlock, senior picnic Gene Erickson, senior conunencenzent Linda Barnard, senior Confooeotion i F ,ai i in fswium its .M ,sa-fs . ii. 35 Z9kg,L5jg1 -Y 'lily L, L.- , ,L semis? K The long anticipated Senior Prom appears near as Carole Gornall adds the finishing touches to her ensemble ,gi M With a seemingly gay outlook of the future, Denny Livengood and Benny Corigliano prepare for the climax of their high school years-graduation. If looks as 1110115111 Miss Prim 1111s 17111111111 1110 fulpril 20110 drew H10 110f-!00-f1c1t- ferfillg 1'c11"i1'11f11r.' of 11vr, and How DONALD UUNCE will .vfvcald 1110 day in f111' corner. Perlmps D01'I!I1Cl' does not correclly portray fodayiv .vt1111'v11f, but 110 lypifies what happens to flzoxc who misbclzcwc. 1"'.P.A Chrisimas Decoraiing C Examining their first prize of the humorous division Christmas door decorating is Pat Schirmer and Mrs. 714 M4 L Fr . page 65-la . page 76-83 . page 84--86 . page 87 juniors . Sophomores . Freshmen Absentees i f is Door 'Pg TN oniesi' winner in the contest Stock- dale, the homeroom teacher of 202. 'M-,.. 2 -var fii' ,f- ,YV .l r, . av- in no ,V 4, .' K ' ' t ' -1 -"' :iii .www .,.-.W - 'f iflfmv 2 M W. Jw - 'A A V . M Wg::x:fmz.n:':f:L'2':sm:" 1- Q .. Mike Welch is showing room 309's first prize winner in the serious division to Elsie Shoop. The home- room is Mrs. Nistad's. . W, ...,.h...,.5w M, Q w.r....qi,M,g .W .-..... - .. ,,.,,.. e.:r:g,sv,,, . - Mm., , - 5 v MR. Front row: Sharlene Cozzetto, Mary Anne Edwards, Jean Hively, Louise Larson, Michaelyn Brenton, Judy Lawrence, Freda Brown, Starr Hagrcen, Linda White. Second row: Mike Rhodes, Gerald Olson, Judy Gustafson, Betty Town, Emily Noel, Susan Long, Jim McC1enahan, Don DeLange, Mr. Barnard.Third row: Jim Tollefsen, Esse Bjorklund, Mike Mix, Don Lobdell, Dennis Wilde, Ken Weber, Steve Bischoff, Art Martin, Dave Morgan, Mike Pratt. MR. Front row: Sue Helsby, Sidney Pruitt, Jean Featherstone, Linda Cash, Joan Couture, Geraldine Livengood, Sharon Monohon. Second row: Norman Anselmo, Bill Richards, Judy Pilant, Sue Bonser, George Burkhardt, Joan Rohrback, Kay Kellberg, Marie Aune, Mr. Blair. Third row: Warren Burrows, Lloyd Gosselin, Gary Lawton, Louie Ruhl, Earl Hamilton, Lemuel Hutchings, Alfred Greenwood, Donald Miller. 1 . Us 1 Front row: Bonnie MacArthur, Karen Harala, Roberta Burdick, Gail Morgan, Arlene Russell, Jean Custer, Patti Rickey, Adele Turner. Second row: Douglas Dean, Charles Crawford, Danny Stine, John Nutt, Gary Mitchell, Robert Larson, Larry Thorsted, Mr. Bland. Third row: Carole Ficklin, Veronica Alberts, Jerry Coolbaugh, Martin Wilson, Don Babkirk, Clark Ide, Robert Bruya, Don Hammar, Sharon Knudson, Pat Schmidt. MR. 1 Cafe VV Front row: Annabel Watkins, Mary Burnside, Karen Fisher, Diane Steckling, Kathy Witt, Sherry Fleenor, Karen Benshoof, Gail Joy. Second row: Jim Ellsworth, Karen West, Toni Baldwin, Che Che Pnntzar, Bobbie Solcm, Gail Adams, Tom James. Third row: George Clayton, Fred Heetcr, Dave Gambill, Leland Searl, Gordon Edwards, Ron Kobloth, David Cassidy. MRS. 304 Front row: Kay Gausman, Roberta Klinert, Judi Whittier, Maureen Aiken, Linda Hughes, Carol Quarles, Charlene Schmidt, Nancy Aagard, Judith Phipps. Second row: Bill Stone, Bill Rheinschmidt, Norman Harris, Janet Holmes, Ruth Appel, Fred Gronemeier, Pat Claflin, Mrs. Briscoe. Third row: John Magnuson, Dick Reynolds, Neil Feighner, Bob Westfall, Bill Bailey, Gary King, Brad McHenry. MR. Front row: Jacquelyn Enos, Jenny Christensen, Pennie Lane, Phyllis LaBarge, Sandra Thompson, Joan Richardson, Paula Heyer, Kay Wolford, Karen Wirsch. Second row: Vir- ginia Nebergall, Barbara Sampson, Carol Justus, Mary Alice Lyons, Dave Floyd, Joe Barrow, Larry Rogers, Dan Kelly, Mr. Chandler. Third row: Jim Hammond, Darrell Shane, Don Johnson, Mike Conway, Victor Stevens, Bob Wells, Larry Lacina, Ben Voliva, Charles DeRoshia. - 3 I 7 Front row: Margaret Daugherty, Linda Sorte, Sharon Buckles, Kay Hutchinson, Mary Lee Fisher, Lois Jo Allen, Patsy Platt, Joanne Blaisdell, Judy Smith. Second row: Gary Molerich- Ray Davis, Rick Schrier, Judy Watts, Judy Conklin, Barbara Davis, Karen Sailor, Dennis Gulliford, Mrs. Chandler. Third row: Richard Homick, Terry Roberts, Don Holschen, Myron Congdon, Gary Millay, Linus Morris, Gary Morgan, Gary Hudson, Ronald Standley, Ron Williams. '- MRS' 1 Front row: Karon Yoho, LaVonne Schuster, Robbin Gordon, Rita Franz, Virginia Parker, Carole Chaplin, Doris Knowles, Nancy Nakagawa. Second row: Gary Hurley, Don Sprague, Jeanette Vollert, Dorothy Barker, Betty Jo Danielsen, Laureen Thompson, Myrl Chapman, Jim Engstrom, Mrs. Congdon. Third row: Larry Lee, Phil Ostendorf, Brad Hare, Charles Moser, Lee Heinen, Bob Lindstrom, Brian Titus, Wes Johnson, Brick Cortner, Dick Carper. raw- 'ji qu. MR. Front row: Sharon Ewell, Edythe Michael, Teressa Countryman, Karin Weitz, Mary Hobbs, Cecilia Reuss, Connie Pebles, Mary Engle. Second row: Sheryn O'Malley, Sandra McCaughan, Roberta Galbraith, Joan Spangenberg, Judy Lanter, Darlene Schmidt, Terri Rae Johnson, Mr. Diedrick. Third row: Jerry Jacobson, Larry Mix, Terry Ceder, Bob Boies, Ray Rantanen, Sherman Bussard, Lawney Schultz, Allen Hull. Duane Dishnn. 11 Q7 fr: qs fa, is 66 S 5 i . . 3 , ' J or 1. ' . -M ,.,, . mi ' ,Q if 4 fn- g S gg 1 MRS. -. 3 Front row: Donna Morsbach, Lonna Brown, Judith Fitzpatrick, Joline Brett, Sandra Vincent, Sandra Wilson, Genevieve Wassberg, Marie Gargano, Marianne Grinsteiner. Second row: Ronald McLaughlin, Carol Piper, Janis Seger, Linda Hemmerling, Alice Akan, Joanne Bolma, Janet Johnson, Doris Clutter, Bruce Dalsanders. Third row: Gary Hills, Clark Daly, Charles Hiatt, Dennis Alkire, Michael Dunn, Richard Hardenbrook, James Dewey, Kermit Forbes, Richard Van Hersett. MR. - Front row: Carole Glass, Doralene Losh, Julia Derogatis, Denice McGinn, Connie Ernest, Kathy Jensen, Sandra Beard, Doris Gerike, Joyce Hauschild. Second rcw: Judy Connors, Ron Ullman, Lynn LaCombe, Barbara Gormley, Naomi Ross, Ruth Olsen, Pauline Paul, Diane Rothwell. Third row: Linn Edmonson. Carl Smith, Paul Norris, Buddy Schroeder, Dan Brinson, C'inton Britt, Bill Bacon, Alan Whiteside, Mr. Glover. MR. ,- Front row: Sharon Rinck, Janice Lundy, Sharon Kimball, Sharon Witt, Margaret Bruce, Bonnie Jean Tuke, Roberta Warren. Second row: Richard O'Connor, Joannic Hawley, Marjorie Harris, Annie Blossom, Carol McLellan, Judy Chesrown, Mr. Hagen. Third row: James Gates, Lloyd Anderson, John Roberts, Dan Kroctch Jeff Kyle, Gary Hardwick, Gary Corkins. Q MRS. 1 Front row: Jeanne Howard, Carol Anstis, Marilyn Forrester, Rosie Stockton, Jo Green, Linda Daves, Patricia Green. Second row: Deanna Wiedmer, Diana Martin, Judy McVay, Sue Wilber, Grace Tregellas, Karwyn Bright, Deedy Gerl, Mrs. Haltom. Third row: Terry Thach, Phil Rinehart, Bill Pierce, Don Wog- berg, Ed Smith, Bill Thomas, Bob Lovell, Donald Phelps, Keith Bell. HQ, g, if v MR. 1A Front row: Ila Rasmussen, Pat Frucci, Sandra Donohue, Susie Stretch, Nancy Noonan, Judy Zumoto, Carolyn McIntosh, Second row: James Dupree, Dennis Hogan, Alan Rebellard, Barbara Harrison, Linda Edburg. Kristy Meckelson, Elinor Hunter, Bill Bailie, David Fair. Third row: Ralph Bell, Karl Hoops, Fred Vnliva, Ken Haskins, Vince Novits, Ron Albo, Tim Merriman, Mr. Holmes. -, Front row: Barbara Hughes, Nora Duffy, Colleen Koehler, Linda Poulin, Lois Eddy, Sharon Kay DeChenne, Shirley Sexson, Mr. Jones. Second rcw: Tom DeMers, Dale Ault, Roderick Lincoln, Roger Kuhrt, Karen Weberling, Sonja Nelson, Larry Oty, William Glenn, Berferd Scherfenberg. Third row: Larry Tillman, Ronald Becker, Don Brown, Dwight Merkel, Steve Odell, Ronald Hawkins, Robert Ullrich, Terry Paddock. MR. KRETZ1To+em Inn B Front row: Darlene Becker, Karen Johnson, Janice McFarlane, Darlene Falkowski, Faye Madison, Mary Ann Schuster, Judy Swanson, Joyce Richards. Second row: Robert Wunderlich, Torge Moore, Beverly Stradley, Tarrell Hunt, Barbara Wallace, Sharon Wilson, Nancy Reynolds, Marilee Brooks, Carl Campbell, Jerry Hester. Third row: Jim Hohenstein, Robin Risteen, Dennis Ashlock, Mike Lampert, George Kraft, Charles Barrow, Robert Maule, Jerry Wichterman, Mr. Kretz. J '?! QC 4 'Z' -fin I .1 ,, 9 , Front row: Sharon Mehl, Marlys Horn, Bev McAllister, Gay Sisich, Nancy Nethercutt, Janice Corrigan, Sherrie Sorenson, Mr. Luders. Second row: Alan Balderson, Jim Kemmish, Barbara Lingle, Linda Porter, Madeline Riches, Sharon Boles, John Luke, Bob Walker, Gary Lull. Third row: Bud Gordon, Joe Perez, Buzz Gordon, Ed Thomas, Tom Ovendale, Norman Erickson, Duane Thompson, Ned Smith, Monty Faler. MRS' 1 3 I 3 Front row: Linda Rodgers, Virginia Sather, Aldeann Rogers, Jean Anderson, Jo Storch, Flor- ence Humphries, Betty Helbig. Second row: Mike Mullen, Dan Krout, June Tillet, Judy Bick- erstaff, Joanne Johnson, John Fort, Dennis York, George Beaton, Mrs. MeNew. Third row: Larry Summers, Quenn Lane, Gary Johnson, Bob MeGeorge, Doug Denton, David Meek, Sian Caspersen, Frank Smith, Mike Connors, Richard Thorn- quist. v i v 1 Front row: Joy Putnam, Margaret Duckett, Sharon Gemberling, Lynne Stenhouse, Carol Bruce, Lorna Buschbacker, Sharon Howard, Second row: John Fowlds, Larry YVHIKCY, Starr Fahlman, Lois Yost, Joynnn Obde, Karen McKibbin, Dave Morlan, Don Rasmussen. Third row: Jerry Berendes, Jim Bruck, Gordon Sarber, Gary Kurtz, Gary Eakins, Don Paggett, John Thomson, Bill Bowman, Richard Van Camp, Mr. Malterner. 1 - 1, 0 t ,V ' 3 7 Qgfir . W1 it . Q K y Q i Y , fx me Qin MR. Front rcw: Denny Graedel, Marlene Burns, Marilyn Jones, Julie Kyle, Cheryl Hamilton, Karen O'Connor, Dana DeLoach, Patricia Waddell. Second row: Dale Pratt, Walt Merrick, Bob Slettcn, Judy Tobiason, Karen Graupner, Pamela Fonts, Ruth Norby, Jim Moore, Bill Powell, Mr, Manfred. Third row: Jim Ryan, Gerald Frazer, Hans Robertson, Richard Bishop, Bxuce Brockway, Gerald Atkinson, Robert Albright, Doug Wed- clle, Larry Campbell, Melvin Shaw, Richard Hooring. Q 5 -, Front row: Peggy Weber, Sandra Bilyeu, Gayle Hendricks, Marilyn Saling, Phyllis Daniel, Jackic Johnson, Judie Mullenix. Second row: Craig Cosby, Barbara Brunellc, Sharon Lenhart, Carol Toll, Karen Ricketts, Diane Moore, Lola Walker, Richard Smith, Mr. Mhyrc. Third row: Tom Taylor, Bob Howlett, Don Vannur- dan, Mike Spring, Rich Emerson, Steve Cheroke, Ed Schavcr, Mike Hinshaw, Larry Bryson, Tim Mayhew. MR Front row: Sharon Perin, Phyllis Todd, Karen Scotti, Theresa Frampton, Kathy O'Keefe, Sus- anne Robinson, Carol Peterson, Marlene Garberg. Second row: John Blake, Ron Lang, Maynard Moe, Doris Keeling, Karen Hedge, Bill West, John Bronowski, Ron Wellman, Mr. Miller. Third row: Gary Wagner, Jon llul- bert, Jon Couture, David Morrow, Gerald Rainer, Larry Prophet, Ray Cottrell, Dallas Smith, Dennis R. Smith. - 5 N fl.. Ai, . x MR.0LSQN-Aufo Shop Front row: Glenn Templeton, Dick Voss, Ron Williams, Ron Zimmerman, Kenneth Higbee, Roger Haisley, Melvin Stapleton, Gerry Becker, Larry Henkel. Second row: Tom Collins, Ken McDonald, Jerry Hildahl, Dick Clark, Terry Byrnes, Ted Bare, Ed Thomas, Jerry Wilkinson. Third row: Bob Green, Jerry Armour, Larry Chatterton, Bert Pence, Dick Burris, Lynn Keys, Fred Brown, Mickey Carney, Mr. Olson. i MRS. 1 3.5 Front row: Claudia Gardner, Virginia Murphy, Ardyth Anderson, Kathie Kringle, Patty McNab, Dianne Dickey, Coline Davidson, Janice Hahn. Second row: Judy Hawley, Luanne Hein, Gaye Koeppel, Miriam Witham, Joan Hallgarth, Donna Hudlow, Sandra Inman, Linda Eickerman, Edna Race, Mrs. Oscarson. Third row: Dennis Ballo, Richard Rockstad, Dan Martin, Pat Murphy, David Anderson, Steve Potter, Bill Sper- iing, Norman McPhee, David Roark, Glen Showalter. 1 Front row: Carol Grow, Ellinore Richards, Pat McLay, Darlene Fleenor, Lois Norman, Judy Ladwig, Becky Beehler, Billie Jo Butler. Second row: Daryl Glubrecht, Joyce 0'Con- nor, Janet Gleason, Lynne Winnington, Carol Pry, Karen Heinz, Mary Schaum, Miss Rawlings. Third row: Steve Hoitink, John Jones, Ron Taskey, Bob Brown, Rod Schultz, Dave Anderson, Martin Pinnock, Steve Poutre, Keith Bremner. MR. 1 3 Front row: Evelyn Baker, Donna Nudell, Patricia Sandgren, Marlene Ransbottom, Carolyn Babcock, Carol Casselman, Carol Herriman. Second row: Charles Rodman, Bill Book, Bill Giese, Patricia Bostrom, Sandra Van Doren, Jackie Robinson, Dick Shears, Arthur Schindele. Third row: Barry Fell, Wayne Simpson, Donald Smith, Bob Eckberg, Ronald Irwin, Gary Cook, Ronald Odell, Mr. Spurgeon. 'SQ 1 I Front row: Douglas Fyfe, Jerold Walt, Pete Duffy, Pete McGnld- rick, Mike Dodge, James Sundberg, Roger Bunch, Bill McMurtrey, Gary Sodorff, Dan Sells. Second row: Larry Nypen, Orin Humphries, Steven Oulman, Bryon Burtness, Richard Cooper, Sterling Chapman, David Bishop, Ralph Miller, Mr. Brondwell. Third row: Vern Gaines, Jerry Justus, John Goeller, Gene Allen, Mike Merriman, Roger Benn, Chris Woudstra, Thurman Pitts, Tom Foster. x MRS. 1 Front row: Janice Baker, Lucille Arnett, Connie Duncan, Dolores Reinbold, Audre Maloy, Terry Palmer, Pat Barton. Second row: Freeman Brown, Ron Stotts, Linda Loutherback. Donna Jacobson, Shirley Barthule, Jeanne Stevens, Sherry Rigas, Georgeann Jackman, Ken Saruwatori, Mrs. Brown. Third row: Czrvin Lidstone, Rick Tromel, John Peters, Bruce Willoughby. George Moe, David Farris, Don Bonomy, Ken Doeluman, Robert Turnley, Gary Peterson. iv e, . ,K ff" MR. 1 '04 Front row: Karen Stevens, Carolyn Almeida, Susan Brceden, Sandra Mulvcy, Susan Eddy, Joan Long, Kathi Spann, Carole Parker. Second row: Dee Schaum, Sharon Carlson, Dorothy Bennett, Jerrilyn Allcn, Mardell Jacobson, Sally Liere, Roberta Barnes, Janet Patterson, Gary Ryen. Third row: Dennis Shaver, Alan Wigen, James Duke, Ray Adams, Gary Ingram, Joe Shaver, Jerry Hansen, Mr. Erickson. iii: rs E 5 s. Mn u , , ,gin fi ,ig paw' 1 2 Front row: Diana Epling, Arthur Hanley, Richard Lashbrook, Jerry Jones, Dcnnis Young, Gary Poss, Sharon LaFlam, Marlys Gorrell, Mr. Graham. Second row: Pat Yancey, Gloria LaVinc, Sharon Riley, Kathie DcMintcr, Kathy Mitchell, Donna Parisd, Donna Conover, Marilyn Drader, Carol Bcrendcs. Third row: Jerry Holman, Larry Beckcr, Mike Jones, Jerry Brady, Roy Powis, Mike Sandgren, Richard Clapp, Jerry Evans, Howard Walker. vc- -BF ,, 3 1 Front row: Ernie Luchini, Marilee Ruby, Sandy Beavers, Phyllis Tonasket, Nancy Walter, Bob Todd, Frank Nichols, Steve Marston. Second row: Jan Overhauser, Arlynn Mathers, Karlynn Kuhlmann, Judy McKay, Karen Kienbaum, Elaine Peterson, Julie Petruss, Trudy Kelly, Miss Grant. Third row: Doug Lewis, Bill Kuch, Brian Elbrecht, Patty Ullrich, John King, Mary Ellen Preston, Alan Powell, John Banning, Mike Tornow. 1 Gym Front row: Donna Belieu, Loretta Brooks, Alice Bacon, Gerry Featherly, Judy Forbes, Sandra Glenn, Sharon Davidson, Linda Ayers. Second row: Nancy Battin, Marilyn Horn, Nancy Franks, Donna Cox, Peggy Fowler, Gail Evan, Nancy Harman, June Hamilton, Karen Daugherty. Third row: Carol Calvert, Sandra Gallemore, Gail Gladden, Pat Callahan, Alice Carnahan, Verna Marie Goebel, Paula Gibbert, Mis: Houck. MR. 1 2' I Front row: Lyle Carstens, Shirley Keegan, Judy Bizier, Karen Crosbie, Virginia Brookman, Pat Pauling, Marlene Riley, Eugene Smith. Second row: Tommy Emoto, Bonnie Raney, Jackie Savage, Linda Novakovich, Jennifer Eacho, Dianne Hatch, Lucianne Anderson, Janet Hopper, Mr. Meyer. Third row: Tom Larson, Carl Brown, Jerry Sprecker, Larry Prophet, Bruce Nelson, Jerry Breeden, Peter Queal, Theodore Starr, Ronald John. V5 .x-.zvgr ' Gym Front row: Lynne Larson, Judy MacCulloch, Hazel Lee, Marjorie Nakagawa, Marilyn Kringlen, Pat Madison, Sandra Miller. Second row: Judy Noll, Carol Maund, Kathie Luiten, Colleen Kelly, Virginia Montour, Bonnie Lemon, Sandee Laughlin. Third row: Carol Jean Metcalf, Roberta Myers, Susan Nelson, Miss Pinkham, Debbie McCoy, Linda Kemp, Jeannette Johnson. MR. Front row: Ron Wirsch, Judy Stanger, Rosemary Eddy, Jeri Sanders, Darlyne Eveland, An- nette Clark, Donna Turner, Second row: Bill Stoeser, John Quist, Phyllis Ertz, Eileen Thom- son, Bill McKinney, JoAnne Collett, Mary Nelson, Larry Varner, Mr. Randall. Third row: Jim Namchek, Gerald Goodman, Henry Burger, Don Pike, Larry Mellgren, Mike Milner, Gary Carpenter. ,ww as 4' W. ,,f,.:f-'mr l X I Q MR. L4I3 Front row: Karen Coleman, Sandra Wingett, Judy Anderson, Bobbie Jean Albrecht, Sharon Boeh, Carlene Cunningham, Rosalie Maxwell. Second row: Leslie Kincaid, Dick Hildesheim, Jerry Martin, Dominic Frucci, Donna Pockrus, Nancy Johnson, Dick Leuer, Wallace Wittenberg, Larry Montaney. Third row: Ronald Steele, Darell Kreitz, Mike Fox, Phil Stohs, Bill DeLoney, Larry Fiiield, Mr. Rowley. ef- ...N-. MR. - Front row: Keith Williams, Judy Reuss, Carrie Unger, Evelyn Wellhouser, Saundra Hirst, Kathryn Barnes, Julie Warfield, Sue Doherty, Leslie Sterritt. Second row: James Burk, Gerald Raver, Murl Hurley, Don Martin, Sharon Mills, Bonnie Erickson, Nancy Soapcs, Frances Forrey, Monika McKeown, Mickey Nelson, Nancy Olsen. Third row: Max Mickey, Rick Street, Wayne Oien, Loren Clark, Jay Stanford, Don Jones, Ralph Jones, James Pratt, Ed Chance, David Olson, Mr. Saunders. gf' G. get X - Gym Front row: Pam Wacker, Marilyn Tucker, Joanne Thorpe, Shari Reetz, Judie Thorpe, Rosalie Phillips, Janet Peightal. Second row: Stephanie York, Sharon Walker, Nancy Pierce, Janet Piper, Bonnie Somerville, Alice Rodgers, Janice Stein, Yvonne Taylor, April Thompson. Third row: Emily Shrier, Linda Sayler, Marilyn Payne, Terry Simpson, Jackie Stone, Bonnie Underdahl, Sharron Stern, Miss Simpson, ri MR. Front row: Larry Schroeder, Dennis Hubbell, LaVerna Braun, Lonna Ogle, Sandy Smyth, Lorralee Parkins, Cecil Walker, Gary Kobloth. Second row: David Driftmeyer, Mike Szymczak, Pam Gorremans, Nancy Tussey, Kathy Wahl, Nora O'Ha1'a, Shirley Cunningham, Sharon Campbell, Charles Kaufman, Dick Phillips. Third row: LeRoy Hoerner, Howard Anderson, Mick Caruso, Lawrance Cook, Carole Glenn, Carol Peterson, LaMar Miller, Kermit Kilcup, Fred Shoop, Mr. Spangenberg. rr p-W.. M a MRS. L Front row: Serena Wunsch, Kay Struck, Nancy Freeman, Sharon Bambino, Nancy Gas- pard, Cathy Sander, Karen Moore, Deanna Carpenter, Merry Ann Andrews. Second row: Dave Watt, Jim Warner, Pat Craggett, Bob Vantella, Deanna Sylte, Deanda Sylte, Patty Schirmer, Bill Cyr, George Kursul, Alan Montour, Mrs. Stockdale. Third row: Joan Huellemann, Maureen O'Connor, Connie Book, Paul Meilleur, Don Hyer, Harvey Hill, Ken Kimmel, Richard Rose, Ed Hintz, Bill Payne. MR. 14IQ Front row: Carolyn Clayton, Margaret Buck, Donna Bryant, Susan Sterritt, Mary Daschback, Col- leen Wood, Wilma Johnson. Second row: Jim Braun, Mikel Stowers, Julic Fanning, Vicki Rcad. Bcity Scars, Pat Rollis, Carol Pilgcr, Mr. Tobin. Third row: Bernard Korst, Lloyd Willanks, John Havens, Totn Alberts. Dan DeWitt, Thad Roberts, Robert Ott, Bob Rummer. 0 MRS. Front row: Judy Rooney, Kay Brunelle, Sandra Riedeger, Ramona Smith, Sharon Wells, Kathy Saccomanno, Kenneth Auer, Donna Zornes. Second row: Jim Riddle, Jacqueline Finch, Loretta Hartman, Karen McChesney, Carol Cowin, Dorothy Pockrus, Kay Fladeland, Linda Randall, Dorothea Hunt. Third row: Richard Prague, Lynn Burgc, Jerry Morgan, Gary Erickson, Bob Bell, Ron Tonani, Gary Mathers, Gary Mellstrom, Robin Cunningham, Mrs, Wilcox. s 'W our 4 MR. ,L Front row: Delbert Clute, Ron Cafaro, Marilyn Borch, Colleen Tighe, Nancy Jones, Vicki Litten, Cathy Adams, Alice Kirschkorn. Second row: Dale Oswald, Charles Bass, Linda Pace, Linda Bradbury, Valerie Denton, Sharon Franks, Mary Montoya, Mary Gait, Mr. Griswold. Third row: Fred Betts, Gene Cottey, Stanley Kiniinerly, Charlene Graves, Miriam Schultz, Louis Grande, Phyllis Wilson, Geraldine Harless, Robert Helm, Harold Walker. 'iii ilk 1 7 . ' 1 A Ai -l 2 I 6 Front row: Jean Carroll, Mildred Price, Cheryl Nance, Catherine Perry, Elizabeth McNameef Dale Hill, Robert Murphy, Charles Read. Second row: Margaret Lee, Gwendolyn Smith, Pat Fletcher, Bonnie Bennett, Charlotte Lipps, Marilyn Seigel, Marjorie Tracy, Carol Restad, Miss Neuman. Third row: Duane Stone, James Maddox, Clyde Kruger, Bill Huffman, Larry Gragg, Michael Schaper, Kenneth Kringle, Don Milward, Bill Leanard, Dennis McGlocklin. MR. 1 Front row: Gerald Wright, Dennis Regis, Thelma Olson, Marion Humphries, Sue Spear, Donna Schilling, Gordon Allen, Robert Reiser.Second row: JoAnn Miller, Marilyn Lowery, Sandra Swope, John Wickstrom, Gary Jennings, Joyce Henslee, Frances Aubin, James Cozzetto, Richard Aris. Third row: Donald Davis, Ronald Hildahl, Marilyn Nyberg, Dennis Munson, Joyce Greenwood, Ronald Helm, Terrance Woodruff, Mr. Ny- gaard. MRS. 1 3 Front row: Susan Lang, Patricia Johnson, Sharon Hindman, Kathleen Leingang, Judy Buxton, Aloma Flatt, Judy Day, Theresa Fox, Judy McPherson, Robert McLean. Second row: Meredith Ault, Dennis Riddle, James Kippen, Gail Schlanbusch, Kathlzen Santorsola, Marianna Cook, Sargie Castagna, Linda Blan- gers, Frank Taylor, Ronald Harris, Mrs. Oppen. Third row: Albert Hutchins, Leonard Picard, Bob Newcomb, Lynn Eicker- man, Kenneth Erickson, Jerry Williams, Charles Burch, Donald Woodbury, David White, Ronald Peoslee, Gary Kaatz. i C-I Front row: Joe Hines, Lois Nichols, Jeanette Larson, Shirley Heagele, Edith Reynolds, Sallie Olson, Connie MacArthur, Margaret Murphy, John Kurle. Second row: Marna Bergfalk, Cherry Clapp, Collen Zehm, Joan Sapp, Judy Howarth, Carolyn Muller, Paulette Broesch, Mark Schroeder, Mervin Swenson, Rod Nie- meyer, John Droden. Third row: Bob Staddard, Fred Christlieb, Steve Anderson, Eric Wolters, Ken Pendell, Ron Land- burg, Bob Sleith, Gail Ellis, James Milliron, Dave de Vidal. Front row: Stanley Bronsowski, Kay Anderson, Sandra Nypen, Jean DeLoney, Pamela Beeley, Maxine Walker, John Coffey, Kenneth Johnson. Second row: Gay Richardson, Judy Hensel, Rose White, Beverly Chrysler, Marilyn Weishaar, Carol Bursch, Sue Cotter, Elaine Fifield, Jackalyn Potter, Ronald Yenrnan. Third row: Richard Whipple, Darrell Larson, Marvin Henthorn, George Alberts, Eugene Pendell, Dennis McCune, Thomas Bigelow, William LaCosse, Phillip Roger, Mr. Whitaker. - First row: Linda Skinner, Barbara Collins, Gayle Carpenter, Judy Youngrnan, ' Stephani Miller, Kathleen Crouse, Christy Fackenthall, Ann Sanne, Andrea Nelson, Joan Stone. Second row: Howard Wellman, Bill Kroetch, Gene Sponder, Sue Wiley, Carolyn Martin, Dani Morlan, Lynn Smith, Pamela Honey, Sandra Prudente, Howard Reeves. Third rcw: Ed Lamphier, Stephen Bisset, Ronald Pringle, Jon Opsal, Bill Flaherty, Robert Earle, Frank Smith, Jim McMullen, Don Culbertson, Gerald Hooper, Mike Shaw. Fourth row: Bill Porter, Dick Harper, John Jones, Charles Anderson, Harold Ruark, Henry Luce, Darrell Shane, Thomas Ham- mond, Ed Edinger, John Banning. Fifth rcw: Gene Robards, Jerry Hansen, Gary Munyon, Walter Falkowski, Don Low, Ron Tomsha, Joe Wilson, Harold Douglas. Sixth row: Danny Hartney, Gary Wallingford, William Lochridge, Gary Reeves, Gary Westrom, Bob Broderius. 1 First row: Sylvia Daniels, Peggyanne Tantum, Jean Nikotich, Donelda Hartle, Elice Jersild, Zella Reed, Sandra Sorenson. Arlyne Ferguson, Helen Dueweke, Susan Mueller. Second row: Bertina Lambert, Victoria Sandharn, Carolee Prudente, Linda Brown, Judy Turbak, Lynne Buroker, Judyth Bennett, Judy Frye, Barbara Barnes, Donna Cady, Barbara Beaver, Judith Reeve. Third row: Terry Davis, David Nelson, Richard Franks, David Goerz, Wayne Emehiser, Jack Tayloe, Mike Rojan, Les Hamilton, Jimmy Burke. Fourth row: Tom Fuhriman, Bill Albert, Jerry Collins, Lee Geren, John Graham, Robert Waura, Jerry Johnson, Ken Mc- Coy, Paul Williamson. Fifth row: Guy Sligar, Terry Dea, Danny Wing, Robert Green, David Lamphier, Dennis Gratton, Warren Lamsom, Wesley Schmidt. Sixth row: Dick Olson, Mark Snow, David Mingo, Mike Haney, Don Brown, Dick Reser, Dennis Smith, Jim White. Meet PAUL PREXY, the capable leader of a high school club. He's handsome, debonair, and he dons the .YI1lG7'fC.S'I' styles. Norfh Central has many school organizations, whose members, bound by nmtzzal interests, serve the school by serving the stu- denfs and the connnnnity. f K .np . Associated Student Body officers "A government of the students, by the students, and for the students." This phrase aptly describes the ASB as it seeks to govern the Student Body. The House of Represent- atives and the Senate represent the students at a House meeting each Thursday morning. The Senate, which is made up of one boy and one girl from each class and the Federa- tion and League presidents, meets each Tuesday morning to discuss and settle prob- lems of the student government. Miss Pa- trica Damon and Del Jones are advisers. Standing committees and their chairmen are selected each semester with the approval of the Senate. Committees include dance, election, honors board, convocation sched- uling, school finance, and scholarship. The Get-Acquainted Mixer, an annual af- fair sponsored by the Associated Student Body, was held the Friday evening after 90 FALL ASB OFFICERS-Left Bottom: Skip Perry, president: Top: Kay Dodge, vice-president: Kay Sayles, secretary: Linda Barnard, treasurerg Larry Oty, fifth executive. Fall ASB Officers school opened in the fall. The mixer result- ed in students becoming acquainted - and school spirit developing with a bang. The Sadie Hawkins Dance was the November ASB activity. The planning and carrying out of correct convocation seating was one of the most worthwhile projects of the year. With the help of Kay Sayles, student convocation chairman, each class was seated in the proper rows in the auditorium and this seating plan was strictly enforced. Seniors especially ben- efited from this project as it entitled them to the first rows during the convocations. Christmas spirit was not lacking as the ASB raised money for needy families and staged their annual Christmas convocation. They also sponsored the Christmas door-dec- orating contest. Roller skating parties were money-making projects. ably head the student government. Color Week was held in the early fall to encourage school spirit before the football games. Students wore red and black, the school colors, and promoted game attend- ance. Co-Rec nights were attended by many more students than usual this year. Swim- ming, checkers, chess, badminton, volleyball and ping-pong were played in the gym and in the cafeteria. Homeroom of the Year Contest is a new project of the ASB. Each homeroom was judged this year on its activities, its honor roll and its homeroom average, Christmas door decoration, charitable work, tardiness in the homeroom, ASB and Girls' League at- tendance, bulletin board, PTA, and home- room attendance. Fancy socks, a lllust for the "Sock Hop," added color and variety to the dance in the gym in the late spring. The Basketball Ban- quet, held March 26 in the Roundup Room of the Desert Hotel, was sponsored by the ASB. At intervals during the year, money and supplies were sent to Kwak Yong In, the Korean war orphan, adopted by North Cen- tral five years ago. Plans were made to provide him with the money for his high school education. The Senate has discussed plans to have a foreign exchange student, perhaps next year. The spring project committee chose for their project the revarnishing of the trophy cases in the lower hall. They were sanded down, the velvet backing was re- placed, the trophies cleaned, and the gold trophies were placed in them. The commit- tee also worked on an enlarged parking lot with better facilities for student drivers. Spring ASB Officers SPRING ASB OFFICERS-Top right: Tom Russell, president: Bottom: Bill Sper- ling, fifth executive: Gordon Mills, treasurer: Alice Rae Collins, secretaryg Keith Johnson, vice-president. 9l Aided by class senators, they strive ...qv w' 69 ,give .nv--X FALL SENATORS-Sue Eddy, sophomore: Byron Burtness, sophomoreg Linda Fleischauer, senior: John McCoy, senior: Jo Green, juniorg Bill Sperlirig, junior. if :iii The if ' S GIRLS' STATE - Linda Shriver, Kay Sayles, Lorna Overmyer Kay Dodge. 92 C One ol' Llie niziin ziclivilies ol' the ASB each years is Lo sencl seleclecl suulenls to Boys zincl Girls' Suite. This is ll V2lllllllJlC experi- ence lor any sluclenl, lor at Stale lie learns by zielnal practice how the government is run zincl what part. Llie incliviclual plays. Elecilions are helcl, COlllIllll.l.CCS are chosen. and a government. is sel up. Girls' SLz1Le is helcl on Llie Central VVz1sh- ington Collcg3 ol' Eclueulrion ciznnpns ul, Ellenslpurg. Senior girls lroni all parts ol' the slzilre sell up ciry gOVCl'lllllClll,S. county governments. and a sizzle government. Cznn- pziigns :ire organized :incl any girl is eligible lo run lor an olliee on her parly's ticket. Mfliile the primary purpose ol' Girls' Stale is Lo learn how our government is orgzinizecl and praelieecl, Lhe girls also enjoy niziny sports :incl lively get-logelliers. 'llliey profil to unite and strengthen North Central. - 1 it ft. , -fir" 52 ' ', I . . ,ix 'TID' SPRING SENATORS- First row: Sue Breeden, sophomore: Miriam Schultz, freshman: Diane Duncan, senior: Linda Poulin, junior. Second row: Ralph Jones, sophomore: Jim Cozzetto. freshman: Ivan Johnson, senior: C1int.Britt, junior. in many ways from this experience and come home better citizens as a result of it. Boys' State is set up in much the same way as Girls' State, but the boys meet on the campus of Pacific Lutheran College, lo- cated in Parkland, Mfashington, a suburb of Tacoma. Four amendments to the ASB constitu- tion were passed in the late spring by the student body. One concerned having two advisers for the ASB, one of which may not be 21 class teacher. The second makes the vice-president and the treasurer voting mem- bers of the House of Representatives. The third eliminates convocation deputies and hall guards. The committees for publicity, school and grounds, and scholarship were also made standing committees. BOYS' STATE-Clockwise: Tom Russell, Gary Koeppel, Skip Perry, John McCoy, Gordon Mills. 93 ASB committees lend assistance FALL AND SPRING SCHOOL AND GROUNDS-CIock- FALL AND SPRING CON SCHEDULING-Jim Magstadt, wise: Paula Hcyer, Lorraine Miller, Gene Trudy Kelly, Sally Olson, Judy Conklin. Erickson, Gerry Livengood. FALL AND SPRING PUBLICITY-Bonnie Richmond, FALL AND SPRING SCHOLARSHIP- Linden Lovegren J. P. Sulivan, Joan Geiger, Linda Poulin. Gurdon Mills, Marcy Whitten, Judie Mullenix. in planning activities and proiectsi, FALL AND SPRING DANCE-Nancy Nethercutt, Denny FALL AND SPRING FINANCE-Clockwise: Alice Aknn Ashlock, Linda Fleischauer, Carol Jean Thibault. Linda Barnard, Bill Bailey, Ardella Stockton. FALL AND SPRING HONORS BOARD-Clockwise: Roger FALL AND SPRING ELECTION -Clockwisez Mike Neale, Karen Wallace, Jerry Scollard, Sally Engstrom. Stroud, Cecelia Reuss, Mike Lampert, Don Lobdell. Girls' League attains its goal FALL LEAGUE OFFICERS-Linda Shriver, president: Lorna Overmyer, vice-presidentg Janice Sipe, secre- taryg Joyce Roberrtson, treasurer. "Calling all pancake eatersly' The latest Girls' League money-raising project was their pancake breakfast in March. A panel discussion highlighted the League Coke party, "Shamrock Shenanigans," March 17. Spring and the wearing of cotton clothes was officially heralded by Cotton Day, April 3. Another spring activity was the Mothers' Dessert. The vocational conferences were sponsored by the League and the Federa- tion. Activities in the fall were a style show, a PTA membership drive, the Dad-Daughter banquet, Courtesy Week, and a winter mix- er. Needy families benefited at Christmas time from contributions made by students who had their pictures taken on "Santa's" lap. The annual Big Sister party was held Sep- tember 3 to acquaint the little sisters with North Central. The fourth annual Big Sis- ter award went to Sharon Witt. 'UB FALL LEAGUE COMMITTEES-Seated: Pat McGrath, Thanksgiving needy family: Sally Engstrom, Big Sister party: Bar- bara Bacon, decorations winter mixer: Diane Duncan, winter mixer. Standing: Miss Patricia Damon, ad- viserg Betty Rolfsness, Christmas needy familyg Joanne Bishop, Dad-Daughter banquet. 96 of service to the community, SPRING LEAGUE OFFICERS-Kay Newland, president, Sally Engstrom, vice-president: Diane Duncan, secretary: Claudia McIntosh, treasurer. School spirit was stressed before each sports event throughout the year by signs encouraging attendance at the games. Honor, service and loyalty, the motto of the girls, exemplifies the League's purpose in planning their activities. Founded in 1918 by Miss Jessie Gibson, it is an organiza- tion in which each girl is able to participate. Miss Patricia Damon is adviser. The ruling body of the League, the Cen- tral Council, is composed of the officers and a representative of each homeroom. The year's activities are planned and authorized by this group. Recognition is given each semester to girls who have earned League points by their service to the school. Bronze, silver, gold, or gold with a ruby pins are are awarded de- pending upon the number of points earned. The League sextet provided entertain- ment for League convocations and various school activities. SPRING LEAGUE COMMITTEES-Seated: Bonnie Richmond, co-chairman Coke party: Kaye Barckert, chairman central council potluck, Carol Jean Thibault, chairman style talent showg Lois Richards, chairman vocational conferences. Standing: Lorraine Miller, co-chairman Coke party, Lailla Watson, chairman Cotton Day mixer. 97 while the Boys' Federation seeks A-U FALL FEDERAT!ON OFFICERS-Gene Erickson, president, Jim McBride, vice-president: Maynard Moe, scribeg Jeff Kyle, clerk. Boys' Federation, organized by Lowell C. Bradford in 1918 when its principal activity was working on World war I projects, is now celebrating its 40th year. To provide activities for the boys and to serve the school and the community are the aims of the Federation. The Archie Buckley Inspirational Award is given each year by the Federation to the most inspirational player on the varsity football team. This year the award was pre- sented to Toni Rickard, senior. An orientation convocation in September for boys new to North Central was spon- sored jointly by the Federation and the ath- letic coaches. Other convocations were held at Thanksgiving and for the january elec- tions. FEDERATION DEPARTMENT HEADS- First row, fall heads: Hal Hendrick, community service, Buzz Davis, school service, Gordon Mills, personal service: Bruce Reid, sports-for-all service. Second row, spring heads: Lowell C. Bradford, adviser, Larry Oty, personal service, Jeff Kyle, sports-for-all service: Bill Bradford, community service: Gary Koeppel, school service 98 to develop the abilities of students. "Cranf- SPRING FEDERATION OFFICERS--Jim McBride, president: Jerry Davis, vice-president, Ray Jacobs, scribeg Esse Bjorklund, clerk. Needy families received aid from the Fed- eration during the Thanksgiving and Christ- mas seasons. Each family was provided with food, clothing and gifts. The polio drive was the final activity in the fall semester. Gene Erickson, president, was county vice-chairman. Planning the vocational conferences was the primary activity of the Boys' Federation and the Girls' League for the spring semes- ter. Larry Oty and John Burdick were Fed- eration chairmen. A freshman-sophomore stag party was held for the boys in February. A novice debate tournament is sponsored each year for beginning debaters and the winners' names are engraved on a plaque provided by the Federation. A novice track meet is held in the spring. FEDERATION CLASS REPRESENTATIVES-First row: Maynard Moe, junior: Bill Sperling, junior: Jerry Davis, senior: Gary Sander, senior. Second row: Gene Erickson, ex-officiog Mike Dodge, sophomoreg Doug Lewis, sophomoreg Meredith Ault, freshmang Delbert Clute, freshman. 99 The hard-working Tamarack staff Aclcling new features to the l958 Tamarack and improving the regular R attractions has kept Joan Geiger anal her 'earbook stall' c uite occu ied. Y l New leatures include an index com- pilecl by Joyce Robertson and Janice Si e, a com lete Jaffe for each ol' the D X- 15 clubs, a two-page spread ol' school dance pictures and one of convocation programs, ancl El clouble-page calendar -Me' 'L' ' of the year's high lights. Preparing advertising copy for the printer to set up in type is one of the responsibilities of advertising mana- gers, Joyce Robertson and Janice Sipe. soliciting and picture taking was done early in the fall. .wx Before copy can be sent to the printer, it must be Thirty-six pages of senior panels in the yearbook had typed and carefully proof read. Faculty editor, Ray to be trimmed and mounte'd before they were sent to Goeller, and boys' sports editor, Ray Rantanen, are the engraver. Marlene Smith and Judy Rizzuti, art edi- making final copies. tor, mount pictures as senior editor, Janet Bofto, checks for accuracy. Staff members-Dorothy Miller, Irene Campbell and Sally Akan learns something about picture mounting Mary Bonin-type first drafts of their copy. Names from art student, Virginia Tobin. Sally had charge and facts double checked for accuracy. of the club section which included identifying mem- bers and writing copy and captions for the action shots. writes and publishes the yearbook. In the sports section, margins have been eliminated, thereby giving more space to copy and pictures. In the classes section, eac h homeroom is given zz hall' page instead ol' ll third as in previous books. The sales czinipaign opened in No- vember with the proniise ol' padded covers il' l5llll books were sold. The cznnpgiign closed with 1602 subscrip- tions. Ninety per cent ol' the student body had subscribed. Joan Geiger, editor-in-chief, and Esther Ray, asscciat: editor, discussing page layouts. Before copy can be written and pictures taken, a complete layout or "dummy" must be prepared. Checking spelling of names for the homeroom section Photography adviserl Mervin Manuel, print shop direc- are Sharron Ott and Carole Gornall. This job is of tor, Don Townsend, and publications adviser, Mary major importance as no one likes to see McKenna, at the print shop. Printing is the last step his name spelled wrong. before the book is bound. .5 With over two hundred pages of pictures to take, the photography staff-Esther Ray, John Roberts, Marv Gattis, Bob Westfall, and Jim McClintock--kept the Graphic camera's shutter clicking constantly. Arrangements must be made for each picture to be taken: a photographer then is assigned to'the picture. Picture taking is only the first step in a series before the photo can be sent to the engraver-developing, printing, drying and mounting follow after the picture is taken. News stall writes the weekly paper Fall editor-in-chief, Lois Richards, confers with spring editor, Erich Luschei. Editing a weekly high school newspaper requires much planning and thought-along with the fun and excitement it provides. The frantic rzuie against last.-minute news story clezullines cfouplecl with the Lhrill ol' finally seeing the p1'0llllt'L ol' his labors in print-Lhese are among the unforgettable experiences every nieniber ol' The News stall' shares as he helps Lo publish the weekly paper. For 0lllSl2ll1Kll1lg4iOlll'll2lllSLS, lhere is an opportunity Lo join Quill and Scroll, an llllCl'll2lll0l12ll high school organization. zuul Junior Press Club. ...nv w " ur' ,I li Reporte-s and feature writers on the news staff "do their stuff." In the first row are: Judy Fleuss, Joe Perez, Kay Hutchinson, Gary Kurtz, Carolyn Mclntosh, Beverly Stradley. Second row: Karen Ricketts, Pat Bostrum, Lynne Winnington, Lynne Larson, Christy Fackenthall, Sue Eddy, Nancy Franks, Gary Carpenter, Martin Wilson, Mike Milner, Ron Becker. Filing newspapers from high schools throughout the Stories, pictures and columns appearing on the sports nation are exchange editors, Freda Brown and Mary page are handled by Bill Bailey and Jim Dewey, boys' Engle. From these papers, staff members learn what sports editors, and Jo Starch, girls' sports editor. other high schools are doing and writing. informing students oi school affairs. in which nienibers lroin each Spokane high school journalism slaiil' interview visiting celebrities and have meetings with professionals Lo learn more about various areas ol' the eonnnunicaiions ield. Framed c'erl.iI'ieaLes lining the news- iooni HLLCSI. Lo the fact, Lhal. for the l past. Z3 years this publication has been awarded lop national honors. Miss Me- Kenna is piibliczuions adviser. Associate editor, Nancy Noonan, and managing editor, Pat Wetherell, discuss some news copy. The managing editor and associate editor write editorials, edit copy and assist the editor-in-chief in many ways. News editors, Cecelia Reuss and Carol Quarles, check- ing off copy which they are sending to the print shop. ffflrffwfie 'Q' Ruth Olsen and Mickey Brenton, feature editors, look- ing over feature material in the back issues of The Part of the news e'ditor's work is to assign stories to News. The feature editor is in charge of the make-up reporters and make sure the stories are written on time. and stories on the editorial page 423. l as , -.-MA Mailing managers mail The News to the adminstrators and the different schools of School district 81, to other high school newspapers in the United States, and to the advertisers. Carolyn Nlclntosh, Kay Hutchinson and Judy Reuss were in charge of mailing this year. 'xr' s . J i . iii i "3 a Al Business staff plays an important part in the publica- tion of The News. Seated are Karen Ricketts and Ray Vollert, advertising solicitors, standing, Beverly Strad- ley, bookkeeper: Dorothy Miller, business manager: and Pat Bostrum, advertising manager. ,Xi 4-nv Debate team captures speaking awards. VARSITY DEBATE TEAM-First row: Sally Akan, Dixon, Ken Higbee, Gary "To be or not to be!" Whether or not foreign aid should be increased was the problem confronting the debaters working on this year's resolution- Resolved: That the United States foreign aid should be sub- stantially increased. The squad tied with West Valley for third place in the Northeast District Debate League. Highest honors at the Pacific Lu- theran College Tournament went to the junior division debaters as they captured the Junior Division Sweepstakes trophy in a tie with Mercer Island, Seattle. North Central was one of 20 schools re- ceiving a plaque from the College of Puget Sound for outstanding contributions in the field of forensics during the past decade. Students who have had no previous debate experience may enter the beginning class Where principles of research, elementary I- 04 'wif Deedy Gerl, Sonja Nelson. Second row: Larry Wagner, Mr. Miller. logic, and basic speaking techniques are studied. The beginning debate class attended the Gonzaga University Forensics Tournament, the Whitworth College Debate Tourna- ment, and the Pacific Lutheran College Tournament this year. The beginning class also represented North Central at the North- east District Novice Tournament and the Northeast District Speech Tournament. In the advanced debate class the student becomes more adept at public speaking and is eligible for competition in the Northeast District Debate League. Pins are awarded annually to participants in League debates. Debaters have an opportunity to gain ex- perience and recognition not only in de- bating but also in the fields of impromptu speaking, oratory, extemporaneous speaking and literary interpretation. Rules are enforced by student court. .ww STUDENT COURT-Seated: Jerry Scollard, bailiff: Gene Erickson, judge: Hal Hendrick, prosecuting attorney: Sharon Cogley, secretary. Standing: Del Jones, adviser: Gary Koeppel, prosecuting attorney: Dick Rew, bailifi: Tom Russell, judge: Carol Jean Thibault, secretary: J. P. Sullivan, defense attorney. "Your honor, I am innocent!" Students charged with violating the laws passed by the legislative branch of tl1e student body government are brought before the judicial branch to plead their case. lnfractions of student body laws such as smoking, scuffling, loitering in the halls, and disregarding cafeteria regulations are tried before the stude11t court each Wednesday. Violations have been fewer this year, ac- cording to Mr. jones, student co11rt adviser. Tl1e reduced student body can be cited as a possible factor, but 2111 above-average 111atur- ity a11d consideration for others in this year's student body could also be considered as re- sponsible for the improved record. Presiding over the student court Clllflllg the fall semester was Tom Russell, judge. Bailiff Dick Rew brought the accused before the court. Prosecuting Attorney Gary Koep- pel and Defense Attorney P. Sullivan presented the cases. Carol ,lean Thibault, secretary, recorded the proceedings. Sharon Cogley, secretary, kept the list of offenders throughout the spring semester. Presenting the accused to the judge, Gene Erickson, were Hal Hendrick, prosecuting attorney: Jerry Scollard, bailiff, and Erich Luschei, defense attorney. The principal function of the student COLITI is to lHSl11'C fair treatment for accused students and to maintain respect for the student body government. Its predecessor, the conduct board, functioned through l949. The student COLIIT was originated in l950 to more efficiently handle violations and to 111ete out justice on a basis common to our society. l05 School clubs like Amores Librorum AMORES LI BRORUM - First row: Miss Carroll, Sara Lee Wizeman, Judy Lawrence, Sharron Ott, Susan Rogers, Mickey Brenton, Linden Lovegren. Second row: Joan Geiger, Connie Darrah, Marcy Whitten, Ida Masterson, Bonnie Richmond, Sharon Lenhart. swat ,,m..fM ' - gmmm Marcy Whitten and Sharron Ott working on Amores Librorum World History project. I'O6 "Reading maketh a I'ull man," said Fran- cis Bacon. 'llhe members ol' .-Xmores l,ibror- um try to live up to this axiom. Organized in 1937 by a former librarian. Amores Librorum members endeavor to create and maintain an interest in good literature. 'llhey also try to make their lives more meaningful by increasing their knowl- edge and appreciation ol' the arts. During the annual Book lveek, the club sponsors a book contest. Each member gives a review on a book at every meeting. Often they attend travel talks or ask foreign stu- dcnts to speak at their meetings. This year for a service project, they pre- pared a reading list for the VVorld History students and teachers. and Aquettes provide fun and friendship. "Home Town, USA," featuring cities of the United States, was Aquettes' annual Water pageant this year. It was presented un- der the direction of Mrs. Bess Milton, for- mer Red Cross swim instructor. Organized in l952, this club offers an op- portunity to perfect swimming skills. Girls seeking membership must have C grades or better and must pass a test given by the members. An Easter project brought happiness to both the children at a local orphan's home and to the Aquettes. The St. Patrick's Day mixer which is usually sponsored by the group could not be held this year because it conflicted with Doll Shop. Present faculty adviser is Miss Knight. Marge Casperson and Dorothy Braaten completing the for mation of a float during an Aquettes meeting. C? AQUETTES- Front row: Sue Breeden, Mary Alice Hobbs, Nancy Noonan, Judy Swanson, Pat Pauling, Donna Graham. Sec- ond row: Miss Knight, Gail Adams, Roberta Barnes, Dorothy Braaten, Charlene Sampson. Third row: Deanna Weidmer, Alice Akan, Virginia Tobin, Marge Casperson. I07 Service projects of the Art Club ART CLUB- First row: Judy Pilant, Robin Rollis, Diane Steckling, Bonnie Underdahl, Alice Rue Collins. Second row: Vir- ginia Tobin, Judy Rizzuti, Rosemary Martin, Carol Piper, Carroll Killin. Third row: Walter Duty, Mr. Manuel, J. P. Sullivan, wiht. I3 A ' WW ' 1 sw, -- rf Fi il tg- 1 . 5 if y .J syn' ...J Rosemary Martin, Virginia Tobin, Robin Rollis and Alice Rae Collins add finishing touches to the Totem In murals-an Art club project. I08 Totem ln has rt new look. Art club mein- bers this year finished the decorating of the walls. Indians przincing on the North Central Indian Wagon and the decorations lor the Sadie Hawkins Dance and the Soc Hop were other projects ol' this group. They also spon- sored the Painting ol' the Year contest in which the entire student body has an oppor- tunity to participate. The group made and sold Clwistinzis table centerpieces and used the proliits to ll12lliC more centerpieces lor hospitals and l'CSt homes. 'l'hey also attended the zirt exhibits :lt the Coliseum and the art center. and the Commercial Club are many. Those shining trophies get tl1at Way as a result ol' harcl work o11 the part ol? the lIlClll- bers of the Coniniercial club. Cleaning all tl1e trophies is a job undertaken each year by this group as they Clljfby a potluck clin- iner. Other school and connnunity service projects included making favors at Christ- mas for a local rest home and stuffing e11- velopes for the Easter Seal cainpaign. Requirements for lllCllllJCl'SlllP are a ina- jor or llllllOl' i11 business education, a C average in all subjects, and a passi11g grade 011 an English test given by tl1e club. Throughout the year, lllClllbCl'S have an opportunity to l1ear speakers on various phases of business. Commercial club does not limit its activities to shorthand and typing. Billie Jo Malony, Joanne Bishop, Carol Charest and Lailla Watson make Christmas corsages for Spokane Sanitarium patients. COMMERCIAL CLUB-First row: Linda Shriver, Janice Sipe, Carol Urbach, Donna Graham, Diane Pence, Janice Lundy, Margaret Bruce, Janet Eppley, Carol Fremstad. Second row: Linda Green, Lailla Watson, Kay Dodge, Marilyn Fried, Diane Duncan, Nora Duffy, Kay Gausinan, Janet Johnson. Third row: Mrs. Stockdale, Billie Jo Maloney, Lola Walker, Carol Charest, Linda Schatz, Rosemary Martin, Joanne Bishop, Janet Piper, Nancy Noonan, Mrs. Griggs. I09 Future Teachers make career plans. I FTA-First row: Linda Poulin, Nancy Nethercutt, Susan Rogers, Sharon Rinck, Sharon Alger, Carole Olson, Sharron Ott, Alice Rae Collins, Sara Lee Wizeman, Karen Weitz, Carrie Unger, Sue Eddy, Paula Heyer. Second row: Mrs. Congdon, Ida Masterson, Connie Darrah, Suzeanne Curtis, Rita Franz, Ruth Olsen, Tarrie Hunt, Sally Engstrom, Judi Whittier, Pat Ander- son, Janet Gleason. Third row: Lynne Buroker, Sharon Mather, Margaret Walker, Deedy Gerl, Linda Schatz, Fredene Moran, Bonnie Richmond, Sharon Lenhart, Sharron Stern, Judy Conklin. .ii ,J ,g,,,:, ,5-gs Seen doing a little tutoring are Carole Olsen and Connie Dar- rah with Rod Niemeyer and Linda Pace. IIO Actual teaching experience is gained by girls of Future Teachers ol' America through a tutoring project benefiting nieinbers and recipients alike. Occasionally an FTA nieniber take: charge ol' a class for a teacher who is called away. College students doing their cadet work at North Central have niet with the group to discuss teaching procedure andt problems. i'Your Future in Teaching" was t.he title ol' a talk given by Mrs. Rudy Cerken, presi- dent ol the Spokane Education .-Xssociation, at a dinner in February honoring parents ol' Future Teachers. Money-raising projects undertaken thisl year included a pickle sale and a Valentine niixer. The North Central nienibers coni- pose the Spokane Carry Chapter ol' Future Teachers oli America. Latin Club provides iun For students. Shades of Julius Caesar! Knee-length tunics nd open-toe sandals mark the Roman ban- luet, a main event for Latin club each year. Quests dress as Romans and Roman food is erved. New members being initiated must vear tunics and serve as slaves to "their bet- ers." Other social and money-raising projects this year were a bowling party and a bake sale. "Senatus Populus que Romanusf' or The 'enate and the Roman People, is the ol'l'i- tial title for Latin club. lt was founded in l9lfl by Miss Mary Evans, Latin teacher, for he purpose ol' promoting friendly relation- hips among Latin students. Anyone who is enrolled or who has been enrolled in Latin s eligible. About to get an unwelcome egg shampoo from Lois Richards is Miriam Schultz, Latin club initiate. Max Mickey seems to to be enjoying Miriam's plight. LATIN CLUB-First row: Cheryl Nance, Patty Johnson, Alice Rae Collins, Sidney Pruitt, Cecelia Reuss, Karen Moore. Second row: Brad McHenry, Betty Sears, Miriam Schultz, Marcy Whitten, Betty Helbig, Esther Ray, Janice Corrigan, Bill Stone, Third row: Debbie McCoy, Lois Richards, Bill Bailey, Gordon Mills, Diane Rothwell, Judy Conklin, Mrs. Briscoe. Mathematics majors enjoy Math Club. MATH CLUB- First row: Kay Newland, Geraldine Bloom, Alice Collins, Betty Helbig, Pat Anderson, Carol Fremstad, Doro- thy Miller, Cecelia Reuss, Lois Norman. Second row: Sally Akan, Lin Lovegren, Martin Wilson, Rod Hanson, Gerald Bloom, Myron Congdon, Ken Higby, Mr. Barnard. An exciting moment in the annual Math Club-Latin Club basketball game in captured by the photographer. lI2 Equations, such as X2-7X+5:0, which may look like Greek to many students, arc. as simple as abc to any Mathmaties Clu member. Mathematics Club was organizer for students whose primary interest is math ematics. To be eligible, a student must hav three or more semesters of math with at leas' a B average and be able to pass an entrane examination. The annual Mathematics contest is spon sored by the club, and a plaque engraved with the winner's name is awarded to each year's winner. Bob Maule took highest hon ors this year. The Latin Club-Math Club basketbal game is another annual event to which al members look forward. Mr. Barnard is th adviser. Medicine themes Medecine cl' Avenir. Examining medicine samples they have collected to be sent overseas to the missionaries are Tom Russell, Mike Stroud and Adele Turner. Sorting, packing and mailing medicines provided by Spokane doctors was the prin- cipal project ol' Medicine club this year. The medicines have been sent to a missionary doctor in the French Camaroons, Africa. A tour ol' Lakeland Village in November proved a valuable experience, for it made the members aware ol' the problems encoun- tered in mental institutions. Purpose of the club is to encourage stu- dents interested in a career in medicine and to provide information concerning medical fields. To be eligible lor membership, a stu- dent must have a 2.5 scholastic average, a science or a mathematics major, and an in- terest in the medical profession. Witli the help ol' the Spokane Medical society, the members hope to establish a Scholarship fund. MEDICINE CLUB - First row: Tom Russell, Geraldine Bloozn, Adele Turner, Doris Knowles, Arlene Ferguson, Mary Alyce Hobbs, Karen Fisher, Calleen Wood, Mr. Hix. Second row: Mike Stroud, Pat McGrath, Joyce Robertson, Jeannette Vollert, Janet Bofto, Sally Akan, Betty Helbig, Sharon Mills, John Burdick. Third row: Christy Meckelson, Pam Fouts, Joanne Lucas, Pat Beam, Barbara Swanson, Lynne Winnington, Mikel Stowers, Esther Ray. II3 Quill and Scroll is journalism honorary. QUILL AND SCROLL-First row: Janet Bofto, Nancy Noonan, Ruth Olsen, Mary Engle, Sharron Ott. Second row: Cecelia Reuss, Mickey Brenton, Miss McKenna, Carol Quarles, Carole Gornall. Third row: Bill Bailey, Lois Richards, Erich Luschei, Jim Dewey, Joan Geiger, Joe Mathis. Janet Bofto and Sharron Ott demonstrate how to cover a Tamarack with a plastic cover. H4 Publishing The News and the Tamarack keeps members of Quill and Scroll so busy that they had little time for other projects except their needy family at Christmas and a diimer party with other Quill and Scroll chapters in the city. Each Tainarack day they sell plastic covers lor the yearbook as :1 money-raising project. 'Iwo become a member of Quill and Scroll. a journalism student must have done out- standing work on either The News or the laniarack and he must be in the upper third ol' his class in scholarship. 'This club is an international honorary lor high school jour- nalists. Chapters can be found as far away as Cicrmany and New Zealand. Rifle Club team competes in matches. Interest in rifle marksmanship is stimu- lated in Rifle club. 'l'o join, one must have at least a C average. I-le must also have passed the rifle safety course, which is also required by state law for a hunting license. The club is affiliated with the National Rifle Association and with the Wfashington State Rifle .-Xssociation. Activities this year include two rifle matches with the Rogers High School club, one with iNest Valley and one with the Eagles Lodge. Students interested in firearms, their care and use. should participate in the rifle club program. Opportunities are available to practice safely to improve marksmanship and at the same time gain recognition. 'Q ia,kA q,.. 3- Ht, Q' J, P -, . "Wx Rifle club member practices target shooting at the Armory. RIFLE CLUB-First row: Charlene Graves, Pamela Honey, Jean Custer, Robbin Gordon, Sandra Inman, Dorothy Bennett, Karen Ricketts, Howard Reeves, Eugene Smith. Second row: James Riddle, Dick Leuer, Lynn Burge, Robin Cunningham, Dennis Riddle, Dick Aris, Charles Rodman, tpresidentl, Gary Hurley, Ronald John, Jerry Hansen, Bill McMurtrey. Third row: Randy Battan, Harvey Conrath, Larry Schiffner, Dennis Armstrong, Kermit Kileup, Jay Stanford, Dennis McGlocklin. Jerry Williams, Richard Clapp, Loren Clark, Larry Melgren, Robert Bland, adviser. II5 l Q . Spanish Club members enjoy projects. SPANISH CLUB - Front row: Pat Waddell, Bob Murphy, Nancy Walter, Linda Poulin, Shirley Sexson, Susan Rogers, Carolyn Babcock, Annie Blossom, Susan Breeden, Sharon Rinck, Pam Beeley, Howard Reeves. Second row: Roger Dudley, Joe Bar- row, Freda Brown, Janet Piper, Janet Gleason, Edna Race, Cathie Adams, Sharon Pardun, Nancy Harmon, Don Davis. Third row: Jim Cozzetto, John Roberts, Gary King, Gary Mitchell, Marianna Cook, Carol Piper, Mary Ann Jackson, Sherrie Miller, Lynne Buroker, Dick Bishop, Gary Lawton, Tom Bigelow, Mr. Rowley. Matador Joe Barrow is cheered on by fellow Spaniards as he fights the fierce Bull tpupl El Toro at the Spanish Club con- vocation presented before a football game with Gonzaga Prep. II6 El 'l'oro himself came bounding across the stage at a football convocation sponsored by Spanish club last lall. The group eele- brated Christmas with a posacla party-a custom originating in Spain-even to the pinata, a brightly paintecl papier-mache ani- mal, which when broken open revealed a surprise for everyone. Spanish club open house introcluees a Latin atmosphere as loocls ol' Mexico and Spain are featurecl. Purpose ol' the elub is to provide information about the Spanish lan- guage and culture to supplement elasswork. Robert Rowley, Spanish teacher, is aclviser. Mrs. Robert Rowley, who is from Mexico, and Peclro Lau. Venezuela, have been guests of the club and have answerecl questions about their respective countries. Tau Chi's aim is to develop talent. Vocalists, dancers, l11SKI'L1lHCl1UcIllStS and other entertaniers perfect their talents antl acqtnre pcnse perforninig before the ptdohc as members of Talent club. Shows are pro- duced at the request of many different or- ganizations-fraternal, school and church. Patients at the Shrine Hospital for Crippled Cliddren xvere thrnled rvidi die prograni brought to them this year by the group. Plans ivere niade to axhd pictures of niorc ASB presidents of former years to the casc in the main hall and to furnish the mats for the pictures. A party is held at the end of each year for members and their dates. Mm.WmmxamlMm.HdwmamzM- visers. 55 I 5 NSN: Yszfmr SSS S347 K, N3 SNS ?Fl C. ' :QS SE ff?k:2,, as J . +,,v.mgs!fSn'?f 5 -rj: -. , QJQ: 9 wi ' 3 fi S' ti, 5323 - f .wwf J 9 Fix i as H4l",rf,f. i A Joyce Hauschild, fall Talent club prexy, was one of the many Tau Chi's who took part in Doll Shop. TALENT CLUB - First row: Jon Opsal, Rose White, Joyce Hauschild, Sandra Thompson, Paula Heyer, Kay Hutchinson, Janice Lundy, Sharon Ripke, Larry Bryson, Carolyn Lessig. Second row: Mrs. Haltorn, Susan Nelson, Deanda Sylte, Deanna Sylte, Earlene Clapp, Jim Warner, Jim McMu11an, Kathy Whelham, Mrs. Wilcox. Third row: Debbie McCoy, Linden Lovegren, Keith Johnson, Karl Hoops, Leon Carper, Rich Carper, Gerald Hooper, Kristy Meckelson. II7 Thespians participate in productions. TH ESPIANS - Front row: Lyle Carstens, Alice Rae Collins, Sue Haynes, Charlene Sampson, Ruth Bentley, Duana MacPherson, Carol Peterson. Second row: Joe Greco, Bev Stradley, Judy Ryan, Morrie Simpson, Carole Gornall, Phyllis LaBarge, Mrs. Oppen. Third row: Sherrie Miller, Bob Bruya, Bill Bradford, Mike Stroud, Mike Sandgren, Linden Love-gren, George Anderson. A poor little old lady Mane Morrisj graciously accepts a lonq-owed quarter from the rich Englishman tMike Stroudj in a skit presented during the variety convocation. II8 Great satisfaction in a job well done has been the rewarcl lor incliviclual Thespians this past year. Members ol' Troup 628 of the National Thespian Society, with their acl- viser, Mrs. Genevieve Oppen, have taken an active part in the school's dramatic and musical productions. 'l'heir motto, "Act well your part for there all honor lies," is a guicl- ing inspiration ol' the club. To become a member of Thespians, one must obtain 15 points, which may be earnecl by taking part in the various activities con- nected with a procluction. Dramatic roles, costuming, props ancl publicity are just a few. 'lihespians also took care ol' a needy fam- ily at Christmas. Clean living is the goal ol: Three Cs. One ol? the high lights of 3C's this year was their convocation in which they pre- sented ventriloquist, Bob Bradford. Mfeekly meetings are held each Friday morning featuring skits, songs, speakers or outside entertainment. Bible quizzes and Youth for Christ rallies are among the club's activities. Annual events are the "Hayl0ft Havoc" and a Lilac banquet honoring the senior members. The North Central club co-operates with eight other similar clubs throughout thc Inland Empire. The 3C's symbolize clean living, clean character and clean speech. Purpose of the club is to promote Christian fun and fellow- ship. Membership can be gained by consistent attendance. Mr. Russell is adviser. rgugt. 93 aff Marilyn Israel gives Gary Carpenter a "whip cream" shave at the 30's Hadie Sawkins party. Beverly Hair enjoys a chuckle. THREE C'S- First row: Emily Noel, Shirley Fields, Alice Carnahan, Carol Calvert, Beverly Shepard, Theresa Ann Schaefer. Ardy Anderson, Karen Ricketts, Ruth Olsen. Second row: Linn Edmonson, Beverly Hair, Linda Pace, Marilyn Israel, Claudia McIntosh, Loretta Hartman, Jean DeLoney, Rod Niemeyer, Kenny Kringle, Ron Emry. Third row: George Clayton, Darlyne Eveland, Kathie Kringle, Nancy Olson, Barbara Lingle, Janice Elvigan, Lucille Arnett, Carol Pilger, Carolyn McIntosh, Carolyn Clayton. II9 Vox Puellarum serves the school. VOX PUELLARUM - First row: Carol Quarles, Claudia McIntosh, Patty Flynn, Betty Rolfsness, Joanne Bolina, Dec-dy Gerl. Second row: Lorraine Miller, Janet Johnson, Janet Eppley, Diane Steckling, Alice Rae Collins, Virginia Hulick, Sonic Nelson, Judy Conklin, Mary Ann Witt, Diane Rothwell. Third row: Pat McGrath, Linda Barnard, Patsy Platt, Kay Newland, Sharon Witt, Janice Sipe, Jo Storeh, Linda Poulin, Lorna Overmyer, Linda Shriver, Carolyn McIntosh. Fourth row: Lola Walker, Sally Engstrom, Ruth Olson, Lois Richards, Pam Fouts, Frcdene Moran. Lorna Overmyer, Betty Rolfness, Janet Eppley present the new rostrum. I20 'l'here is a new look in the auditorium these days. Vox Puellarum members com- pleted their two-year project - they have pro- vided a much-needed rostrum. Money was earned through mixers, a convocation, and the sale of apples at a football game. Their Christmas project supplied a fam- ily with food and clothes for a year. Another "good work" is the Vox award given annually to the senior girl who has accomplished the most under the greatest handicaps. She re- ceives a medallion and has her name en- graved on a plaque. Vox Puellarum, Voice of the Girls, was organized in 1913 as a girls' debating club. It has become a social and philanthropic group active in school and community serv- ice. Future Nurses and Library Club, i. A si 147 "s.,,Y. .A X x . , FUTURE NURSES OF AMERICA - First row: Lorna Overmyer, Kay Newland, Pat Altman, Roberta Burdick, Geraldine Liven- good, Lorraine Miller, Second row: Nancy Nakagawa, Alice Cornahan, Nancy Harmon, Alice Akan,Carol Jean Thibault, Sha- ron Cogley, Arlene Distacl, Miss Guild. Third row: Mrs. Riegel, Judy Gustafson, Irene Campbell, Annie Blossom, Barbara Hughes, Sharon Howard, Sharon Witt, Edna Race, Marjorie Harris, Virginia Hulick, Sandra Phillipson, Karen Moore. At Lakelancl Village there is a girl Points and pins are awarded to the with 211- new parents-the members of 31 nieinbers of the Library Workers Future Nurses 0ivrxIllCl'lCZl. The club's club. VVorkers cheek overdue books. purpose is to arouse an interest in assist at the checkout clesk, put books nursing as aciareer. Miss Guild, school away, and have various other duties. nurse, and Mrs. Riegel are advisers. Miss Carroll is club adviser. LIBRARY WORKERS- First row: Loretta Brooks, Darlene Fleener, Elizabeth McNamee, Kathy Wahl, Teressa Countryman, Carole Olson, Claudia Gardner, Marilyn Forrester, Korkie Tighes. Second row: Jo Ann Miller, Ann Sanne, Pat Rollis, Deanda Sylte, Deanna Sylte, Sharon Ripke, Nancy Freeman, Mary Schaum. Third row: Mary Ann Witt, Lynne Winnington, Eileen Thomson, Karen Heinz, Debbie McCoy, Donna Connover, Julie Petrus, Theresa Schaefer. Fourth row: Mr, Anderson, Patti Schirmer, Linda Kemp, Gloria Sloan, Bill Delaney, Connie Book, Donna Pariso, Miss Carroll. l2I Radio Club and Warriors acid interest. RADIO CLUB--First row: Dale Oswald, Rick Schrier, Bob McKuhn, Paul Norris, Bud Gordon, Dennis Alkire, Ron Lang, Gary Peterson. Second row: Martin Pinnock, Gary Ytreeide, Charles Barrows, Bill Flatt, Richard Steinmetz, Jerry Rainer, Leonard Graham. Amateur raclio operators pursue their interests using 21 receiver and the trans- mitter and microphone purcliasecl by the Parent-'l'eaelier Association. Gen- eral and novice class znnziteur license requirements can be met in the club. l.eLLermen ol' major and minor sports are eligible lor membership in Wfar- riors. Supervised by Mr. Diemlrick, the group sponsorecl the track relay, the football banquet, and a convocation, awarcleil trophies and solcl 'Il-shirts. WARRIORS- First row: Ernie Nyc, John Skelton, Gary Barton, Ray Jacobs, Larry Summers, Jim McBride, Steve Poutre. Second row: Bill Diedrick, adviser, Larry Knutson, Laurin Lee, Tom Rickard, Benny Corigliano, Terry Thatch, Dennis Gratton. Third row: Dick Nye, Douglas Denton, Mike Rhodes, Ron Foreman, Don Wilson, Clive Goodman, Dick Row. Fourth row: Gary Koeppel, Jerry Davis, Dick Hannan, Dave Peelgren, Jeff Kyle, Mike Keller, Robert Stewart, Delroy Thorpe, Esse Bjorklund. I22 Junior Press Club and Red Cross. S JUNIOR PRESS CLUB-First row: Pat Wetherell, Tom Ambrose, Chronicle editorial staff, adviser, Lois Richards, Erich Luschei, Joan Geiger. Second row: Mickey Brenton, Carol Quarles, Nancy Noonan, Cecelia Reuss. Through discussions with profes- sional journalists and interviews with visiting celebrities, members olf junior Press club, journalism students from all Spokane high schools, broaden the scope ol' their journalistic training as they gather material lor publications. The "Treasure Chest" sent overseas to children suffering from disaster is the annual Junior Red Cross project. Members have also provided entertain- ment at Fairchild and acted as baby sit- ters at the Veterans hospital. Mrs. Mc- New is club adviser. JUNIOR RED CROSS- Front row: Judy Pilant, Deedy Gerl, Mrs. Howard McNew, Martin Wilson. Second row: Nancy Ne- thercutt, Judy Lawerence, Kay Newland. ll'l1af pic!11r1' could lvvttcr f1111'f1f11Av s1'l111r1l life Cal lc11.x'f c1ffc1'-.vclz011l lifvj H1011 1'l111l of 11 lmgv, fl girl and u 11111 rodf Tlris .fC1f1'i1111 inclzlcles 11111 1111l-V flu' danfvx, l'0II'Z!0l'l!- firms and v111'i011.v ,l11'0jU1'l.v of llzv .v1'l1011l, lllll also ll11' 1'l11.v.x'u.x', ll1C l1'1ICl1c1'.v c111d 1110 daily work-all of wlziclzf is zz par! of .s'17l100l life. an 1. SEPTEMBER- Big sister, Marilyn Israel, guides little sister, Judy Bensel, during her first days at North Central. 3. NOVEMBER-Up goes the Indian! Judy Rizzuti. Mary Bonin, and Dorothy Miller work hard to make the 1958 Tamarack campaign a success. 4. DECEMBER-Miss Knight and Miss Grant tell San- ta Baker what they want in their Christmas stockings. 7. MARCH-Buzz Davis and Gary Wagner display their Science Fair project, a Van de Graaff generator, which is used in nuclear physics. 8. APRIL-Petticoats galore! Pat Wetherell and Esther Ray look smart and comfortable in their Cotton Day dresses. ,VN Q 2. OCTOBER- Indian? C. J. Thibault and Betty Rolfs- ness blacken their faces and don minstrel costumes for one of the' Red Featl1er's Merry-Go-Round half' time stunts. 5. JANUARY-Mr. Rowley seems snowed under by the many report cards of students getting semester grades. 6. FEBRUARY-Ah! The thrills and chills of Valen- tines day. These North Central students seem to be carrying on the tradition admirably. 9. MAY--Bruce Nelson daydreams of the fun the summer vacation will bring. 10. JUNE-Graduation day is here! Rod Hansen fits Kay Knapton with the traditional mortor hoard. ha' w, if TOP ROW-LEFT: Lovely Indian "maiden" Jim Mc- Bride seems totally unaware of his C71 vulnerability as Tiger Jeff Kyle holds him in his clutches. TOP ROW-RIGHT: Disguised as peanuts John Skel- eton, Bruce Reid and Gary Koeppel demonstrate their peanut butter making process during a football con- vocation. MIDDLE: Gerald Hooper and 'friend' converse at the Talent convocation. BOTTOM ROW-LEFT: Mrs. McLaughlin and Mrs. McNew still in character-two types of football fans which they portrayed in the faculty pep convocation. BOTTOM ROW-RIGHT: Gene Erickson, Dennis Sul- livan, Skip Perry, Larry Oty, Linda Fleischauer, Kay Sayles, John McCoy, Linda Barnard, Sue Eddy, Byron Burtness, Jo Green and Patty Monohon in a scene from the ASB Christmas convocation, TOP ROW-LEFT: Lone Gordon fMillsj and Chief Bruce 1ReidJ about to give Tiger Jeff Kyle a shower of buckshot and arrows. TOP ROW-RIGHT: Skip Perry fJosephJ and Kay Sayles lMaryJ present one of the tableaux of the Christmas convocation. MIDDLE: Hip! Hip! Hooray! Come' on, Indians, Beat 'eml Jerry Scollard, Mike Spilker, Dob Lobdell and Hal Hendricks cheer them on. BOTTOM ROW-LEFT: Acting cheerleader, "Geral- dine" Stannard, in hot competition with the regular cheerleaders. BOTTOM ROW-RIGHT: Referee, Lorna Overmyer, will have her hands full when the rough and ready Girls' League team attempts to stop the offense. King Denny nnn' .Qneen Zinn' l30 I SADIE HAWKIN'S DANCE "Now, show your teeth"-George Smith, former photogra- phy adviser, "snaps" the Sadie Hawkin's couples. Checking their coats with Marilyn Nyberg and Vicki Lit- Right out of Dogpatch are these two comical characters, ten are Larry Bryson, Kathy Anastasio, and Judy Hawley. Kay Sayles and Jim Magstadt, who won first prize for the most appropriate costumes worn by a couple. Barbara Bacon and Kay Sayles participate in a pre-game stunt at the last basketball game with Lewis and Clark. ! Screams and whistles pierce the air as Sharon Mather, Sports princess, Betty Rolfsness, fcenterb and attendants, Jackie McCoy, and Carol Quarles cheer on the team. Sharon Mather and Diane Morris, are presented with red and white carnations by Mr. Tewinkel. Q Plarillff in 1116 main hall Mfofvlzy vasc, flu' CfflI'i.Vfl1LUS 41'vC.11'c1!f01J.v 'ZUllit'1I llzfy Hlfllft' in vruflx ffass are liolz Trzdd, John lfvval a-:nl 1,011 R?'U'ZUiI. I34 "Tivo lnmfzx or fl1rcv."' 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Y I36 7710 ufiggjly lim' ilmf tllaf .lzzfl-V Lzlwrvllrv will su' 11m'0s.v flzi lifflc iuilldofc' in flu' o.w'ill0.wof1c 'ZUlIU1I Mr. 7'0l2ic gvfs flw klmlv afljzlxivrl riglll will ln' a 'visilzlv .mzulzl wow from ilu' l1!III:lIgflII',Im'. Clzecleiiig cylinder walls for taper are Kem ll'ecwer, Doug Sliurflcff and Jim Hobbs, auto shop students. This is necessary to detcririirze the amourzz' of wear, and whether or riot the engine Ccylindersj will liarve to bc rcbored. Busy, iiitcnf office pracfivc .Yfltd6'71I'.S'?LjVII7l0 Heaps, Margin' lVcilkes, Beverly .lean Riggirzy and Sliaroifz LCC Ifwlllfd add figures and more figures. I37 69" 'W'-vw sf-ws' I 1 ,5 - Qi 'Q Qi ' I -1111? 2 COOKS-Viola Snntorn, Dorothy York, Alice Gillespie, Agnes Foskin, Lela D'Andrc:i, Helen Myers. Cafeteria Workers 'l'o serve goocl, nourishing fooml :it low terizi. 'llheii' day lmegins :it school very to nialie cinnamon rolls :mil other lmliml goods that might he on the menu that mlzly. tially p1'epzn'ecl the foocl for the next clay :incl clezmecl up the kitchen. :X Complete hmeh :is well :is :m zilzi carte counter of hot foocl, szilzuls zmfl sandwiches is Yearly for the students :ll noon. ln aclclition to the six cooks, there are four student cashiers zmrl nine slu- clent clishwashers. czifeterizx help to nmlce lunchtime one of the best of the clay. I38 prices is the Zlllll of the cooks in the cafe- ezirly in the morning when they :n'1'ive lt enfls :it two o'eloclc ZIICYCI' they lizlve pm'- 'llhe smiling faces of the women in the CUSTODIANS- Eathen Sisk, Robert Gooler, James Mclnturff, George Truedson M110 Sherm in Arthur Baker, head Custodians VVho works in the school for 12 months with only a three-week vacation? VVho but the custodians! 'llwo are engineers whose job is to take care of the furnace. 'llhe duties of the other custodians range from that of a night watchman to the jobs of replacing burned out lights and cleaning the build- ing inside and out. They must also take care of the swimming pool. 'llhree student helpers assist in various odd jobs. 'llhe amount of work the custodian force has to do depends a great deal on the amount of student co-operation. Stu- dents this year have helped to make the job easier and more pleasant, according to Art Halter, head custodian. custodian TRAFFIC AND GROUNDS SQUAD-First row: Coline Davidson, Ramona Tipke, Barbara Lingle, Barbara Durcan, Judy Conners, Judy Derogotis. Second row: Mr. Malterner, Terry Thach, Vern Dunsworth, Richard Hardenbrook, Terry Cedar, Davis White, Rod Niemeyer. Third row: Frank Sullivan, Ron Foreman, Ron Emry, Barry Fell, Jim Engstrom, Gary Corkins. Traffic and Grounds squad is cliviclecl into two sections, one to control the flou' of traffic between classes and the other to keep order in the cafeteria and enforce rules on the grounds. 'l'wo years, service earns members a chenille emhlem. Mr, Malterner is the group aclviser. Paint --- fix -A clean f huilml. lining these keeps the stage crew husy. 'llhey take care of all properties and equipment usecl on the stage, in all procluctinns, inlcucling lighting equipment, and the public aclclress system. This year they spent many extra hours on Doll Shop settings. First row: Duana MacPherson, Robin Rollis, Judy Pilant, Joan Hallgarth, Dee Sehaum, Pat Nab. Second row: Howard Bab- kirk, Sheldon Ralston, David Cassidy, Howard Walker, Don Burchett, Mr. Mhyre. - Dissecting worms is just one of the interesting activities Dorothy Braaten, Lois Johnson, Carol Grow, Sandy Erick- that goes on in Mr. Simonson's biology classes. son, Sharon Alger, Deanna Woodward, JoAnne Lucas and Judy Waiting take advantage of the warm sunshine to eat lunch and study outside. 'fy eg 7, 9 '3 va? -. Looking over the trophies won by North Central at the Pacific Lutheran College debate tournament are debaters Bob Maule, Gary Wagner, Esther Ray and Buzz Davis. l1111'0c1'11ci11g1 CILOIUA GULDENLOCKS, star of co1111flc.s'.v p1'0d114'iio11.v. S110 1'cf11'c.vc11Ix 1110 iimc .vf1c11t and cfforl vxjvclldcd before 1110 c111'iai11 goes up for the final pe1'f01'111z111cv. 1-Ind that one JIIOIJICIIY of glory, 1011611 ilzc czjvplafcsc of Izcr CI'LtdfUHl'C 1'7:111fjS in IIC7' car, is re- ward clmuglz for all IIC7' Ialmrs. .f,:J7. 1 ,z , , A zkgl' ., ffl Y '-ng., ,J x A.,:g . 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'When a jealous wife 'itattlesn to the king, he storms into the court, ordering the dolls to be thrown into the Chow Wow river. As illustrious visitors arrive with their most precious dollies in tow, His Imperial Highness admits that for the first time in his life, he might be wrong, since finding this new entertainment quite delightful. From the very top of the world came the Eskimo Dolls telling their customs in song. France sent their famed CanCan Cuties, while Hawaii sent their equally world- renowned Hula Girls. The Southern Dem- Mi, 'S ,4 A . o CQ,'.f.' xflig l'," t", , ,Q Q 5 9. I 1 ,.5,.i,' fo W ' D011 Shop leads iiicizzdc flzc lx'i11g's COIZTI' and flzc 1'0pra.s'c11z'ati7fcs from foreign iiatiom who Iiriiig flzvir fcmiorilc dolls for a'isfvIa-y. First row: Mike Sandgren. Second row: George Anderson, Jamie Davis, Alice Rae Collins, Tom Russell, Carole Gornall. Third row: Sherman Bussard, Bob Hooper, Rick Street, Janet Bofto, Sherrie Miller. Fourth row: Linden Lovegren, Joe Greco, Lyle Carstens, Doris Gerike. Fifth row: Bob Bruya, Richard Burris, Duane Traylor, Ron Solinsky. I44 Miss Pinkham, was the hit of the year ocrats brought their lXIannuies and Picka- ninnies to demonstrate Ainerica as "abr freeh nashunf' Ideas from "Around the VVorld," and "'l'he King and I" run through the entire script. When Russia's representatives, Puschev and llulonin, learn that WVhya1n has dis- covered oil, they bring their inost grace- ful ballet troupe to win the favor of the king. 'lloin Fluster 'llellis from the free nations and the Russians bicker over the oil contracts offered by Whyain. Soon a date is set for a duel between the repre- sentatives for the two ambassadors from each country, to decide who will be award- ed this honor. This lflth and final biennial Doll Shop was a very inelnorable and yet a sad occa- sion, too, as next year will be Miss Pink- DOLL SHOP ORCHESTRA-First row: Dick Sparks, John Burdick Rose White Lowell C Bladfoid Pat Barnes Myron Congdon, Timothy Mayhew. Second row: Dick Garcea, Gary Westrom Jim McMullen Glenn Robinson Ed Thomas Jon Opsal, Larry Bryson. Third row: Mike Rhodes, Dick Nye, Terry Roberts Kenneth Saruwatari Phil Stohs Dick Stemmetz Absent Ron Irwin Dolls oi all descriptions cavorteci ham and Mr. lSradl'ord's last at North Cen- tral. For 40 years, these two people have demonstrated their iaith in hundreds ol' students who were able to realize their wildest and fondest dreams of being on the stage. Anyone trying out was given his choice ol' acts. C. Olin Rice, former head of the music department at North Central, who has written many of the Doll Shops songs, wrote the hop tune, "Hill llilliesf' lor this i958 production. Mrs. Beaver directed the making ol' many ol' the costumes and Mr. Mhyre, Mr. Mans uel and Mr. Broadwell the designing and making of the set. Mrs. Uppen and the drama students wrote the script and helped with the make-up. Among the many attractive new cos- tumes in Doll Shop this year were those worn by the King ol' lvhyam, his wilie and Top picture Kathleen Jensen Catherine Perrs Susan Mueller Bottom, left picture: Dick Rew, Linus Morris, Mike Sand- gren Bottom right picture Juris Mullenix 'Vlrs Oppen, Pat Callahan, Sally Swift, Ruth Bentley. for the King of Whyam and his court children. The Scandinavian Dolls wore na- tive dress-the boys in shorts with suspend- ers and the girls in skirts and bibs. Even the Gunny Sackers had impressive-looking new heads. One act changed plain leotards into sparkling night club costumes. 'l'radi- tional costumes included the Charleston flappers, Snow Wliite and her Seven Dwarls, and North Central's symbolic 'lien Little Indians. All of the participants struggled out ol' bed on numerous mornings to be on stage at 7:20 and many worked on their home- work between acts. Every student and fae- ulty member of the east had a smile on his face and a kind word on his lips through even the most tense moments. Motto for Doll Shop has always been, "There are no small partsg just small peo- ple." How true! Top picture: Joyce Robertson, lpartially SGCIII Georgcanne Jackman Esther Ras Bottom left picture Benny Corlgllano Jim Magstadt. Bottom, right picture: First row: Margaret Walkei Marv Preston Judy Phipps Second row Rose White Roberta Barnes. Third row Diane Rothwell Susan Nelson Comical counterfeiters kept audiences Sam Jordon fMike Stroudj has his hands full during an argument with Judy Ryan and Billie Jo Butler. Fifty-dollar bills-a chestful of them! Un- fortunately for many people, they Weren't real. They could have passed for real except for one detail-the Nsnicker on Crant's pussf' They were made by at Mr. Judson Barry, played by George Anderson, a harmless- looking individual whose family fconsisting of a sister, Mrs. Taylor portrayed by Jane Morris, and her daughter, Evelyn, played by Carolyn Almeidaj thought he was doing nothing more exciting than painting sign- board advertisements for the town's leading business establishment, Criswold's Mor- tuary. The Barry fifties were picked up by both the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the country's most notorious counterfeit gang. Each sent representatives to Barry's home town of Stanwich, all of them posing 'I 48 as reporters and photographers from Life magazine. The counterfeit gang, headed by "Fifty" Ferris fCarole Cornallj and Sawbuck Sam Q02 Crecoj thought they had made a deal with Barry when they were discovered by detective Tom Crosby fRick Streetj and his dizzy assistant Daisy QSue Haynesj and ar- rested for making the "smiling Grant" fifty dollar bills. However, Mr. Barry's pride pre- vented him from letting the Ferris gang take the credit for his masterpieces. The happy ending came with the engagi- ment of Evelyn Taylor to Tom Crosby and Mr. Barry's salvation appeared in the form of a movie producers offer to make a movie of the Barry story and redeem all the Barry fifties for S555 as payment for the movie rights-and ol' course publicity involved. laughing in 'Mr Barry's Etchings' Crosby QRick Streetj gives precautionary instructions to Daisy lSue Haynesj, "Listen-you just let me do the talking." "lt's a phodoney, all right. Take a look at that snicker on Grant's puss." says Fifty lCarole' Gornalll to Sawbuck Noe Grecoj while Bud fLyle Carstensj gazes in amazement. Children applauded theater play. The royals weavers Yvonne Taylor, Rosemary Martin, Mike Sandgren, Dcris Gerike, Dick Burris and Peggyanne Tantum sI1ow their bejeweled cloth to Zar tSue Haynes! and Zan fLyle Carstensy. When a gullible Emperor, whose drivin ambition is to have more and more elegan clothes, meets two very clever, but unscru pulous weavers, things are bound to happen Happen they did to the Emperor 0 China, portrayed by George Anderson, ana the weavers from a lar-away land, playec by Sue Haynes and Lyle Carstens. The plo was centered around the poor royal weaver who, under the strict rule of the wicket Han, depicted by Bob Bruya, were threat , ened with banishment, and an invisibl cloth woven to reveal Han's foul deeds. F , For the seven perlorinances during Feb ruary and March of this Children's Theate production, a unique set-background of ai cnornious dragon created by Duana McPhe son-and authentic, colorful Chinese cos LUIIICS, with headdresses by Bob Bruya, wer high lights. Carolyn Almeida as the gong boy stands at attention as Zan QBo Bruyay tells the general Noe Grecoj of his wicked plans. The Emperor fGeorge Andersonj looks intrigued as Zar and Za ISO compare his new clothes to the "sun shining on a golden rice fieId.' Three Fives are a popular group. ' THREE FIVES- Front row: Linda Eickerman, Roberta Burdick, Sharon Howard, Genevieve Wassberg, Diane Pence. Second row: Kay Hutchinson, Pat McLay, Barbara Hughes, Jeanne Alderson, Kristy Meckleson, Florine Heine, Sue Killin, Debbie Mc- Coy, Janice Corrigan, Elaine Peterson, accompanist. Music echoed in the halls and in the audi- orium during the year as the choir walked hrough the corridors singing Christmas arols and presented numbers at the Thanks- iving and other convocations. Their sixty oiees represented the school in a radio roadcast at Christmas sponsored by the Washington Water Power Company. This spring they participated in the Spring Music Festival. Singing for various civic, business and fraternal organizations is an important phase of the Three Fives' program. The 15 girls together with their accompanist sang for the Pacific Northwest Trade Association and for school administration organizations such as the Washington State School Direc- tors and Spokane Educational Association. The high light for the group this year was a trip to Yakima to perform at the Washing- ton Music Educators Convention. Groups in the city including church or- ganizations, Masonic orders, the American Legion, Rotary and Kiwanis clubs, and PEO have been entertained by the Three Fives. Performances for the Christmas convoca- tion, Doll Shop, and Spring and Winter Music Festivals were school presentations. The poise of members of the group, ac- quired in meeting and singing for the pub- lic, has often been described as professional by those entertained by the Three Fives. An annual school tradition was the music departments presentation of the 14th Spring and Winter Music Festivals. "The Coming of the King" was the theme of the Winter Festival, presented in December. The 50- member girls' glee, the Three Fives, and the choir performed for this program. I5I Girls' Glee Club has top vocalists. wr .,, an 'K ., .M vw "V fr! f f- it J A aw wa 5.534 . V -, - M, 514, ,J - , -4 f-Q. ., f 4 Nw sift' V . GIRLS' GLEE-First row: Linda Davis, Donna Morsbach, Yvonne Schuster, Karen O'Conner, Diane Epling, Connie Ernst, Karon Yoho. Second row: Sheila Fitzsimmons, Marna Bergfalk, Joan Sapp, Sharon Ewell, Marilyn Siegel, Loretta Hartman, Brenda Third row: Jeanette Larson, Sandra Wingett, Kathie Luiten, Virginia Murphy, Pat McCoy, Coline Davidson, Darlene Shaw, Janice Elvigan, Sandra Swope. aw VCI Q -up Q ax Gia' X 4, X1 CHOIR - Fizst rcw: Judy Bizier, Cathy Sander, Louise Larson, Barbara Bacon, Kaye Olson, Patricia McLay. Second row: Pat Barnes Slclney Pruitt, Deannda Sylte, Betty Town, Deanna Sylte, Earlene Clapp. Third row: Kaye Barckert, Sharon Walker, Virginia Neber- gall, Linda Eickerman, Doris Clutter. Fourth row: Steve Schumann, Dick Rew, Richard Burris, Victor Rizzuti, Walter Duty, Ken Wilson, Warren Hall, Hal Hendrick. I52 Choir specializes in Sacred music. ge. ww .W sp' 1--.., if? J GIRLS' GLEE-First row: Sandra Thompson, Jackie Shackeliord, Connie MacArthur, Pat Fletcher, Lucille Arnett, Pat Madison, Bonnie Bennett. Second row: Donna Samuels, Rose White, Ruth Appell, Jeanette Holmes, Marilyn Lowery, Marlene Riley. Third row: Joan Long, Roberta Barnes, Carol Howard, Judy Day, Pat Green, Joyce Richards, Linda Blangcrs, Doris Kecling. .xii vi V5 ga z on an .4-P wo- CHOIR-- First row: Ramona Tipke, Carol Glass, Mary Nelson, Karen O'Conner, Diane Pence, June Croyle. Second row: Barbara Davis, Veronica Alberts, Mary Preston, Anne Vaupel, Betty Jo Danielson. Third row: Emily Noel, Diane Rothwell, Lynne Burol-zor, . . T' d T Lois Yost, Judy Connors, Dale Pratt. Fourth row. Harley Uniuh, Dave hlghtser, Bob Hoo , om Ettenborough, Jim Braun, Fred Parrish, Max Pruclente. li53 Band provides music at games. BAND - First row: Diek Gareea, Gary Westrom, Ralph Miller, Charles DeRoshia, Timothy Mayhew, Ronald Standley, Richard Steinmetz, Glenn Robinson, David Floyd. Second row: Richard Hoering, Darrell Shane, Ronald Becker, Donald Lieske, Clark Icle, Bob Sletten, Wesley Johnson, Daryl Glubreeht, Esse Bjorklund, David White. Third row: George Honshell, Gerald Good- man. Ronald Wirsch, Gary Erickson, George Alberts, Douglas Fyfe, Larry Mellgren, Don Burehett, Dennis Regis, John Kurle, John Droden. Fourth row: John McCoy. Jim McMullen, Ronald Irwin, Lawney Schultz. Mervin Swenson, Gary Bondahl, Fred Christlieb, Robert Turnley. John Lemon, Howard Babkirk, Murl Hurley, Roy Powis, Leland Searl. Fifth row: Ronald Vawter, Bill Richards, Clark Daly, Jim Warner, Kenneth Saruwatari, Eric Wolters, David Roark, Jerry Berendes, Dennis MeCune. Tom Alberts, Terry Roberts, John Banning. School traditions and school spirit are perpetuated each year by the band members as they perform at games, in convocations, in parades and in concerts. The North Central band, the largest school band in the Northwest, began its sea- son in the fall with football pageants. 'AShow Business" was presented at the Merry-Go Round with the Red Feathers and the Color Girls. "Let a Smile Be Your Umbrella," "VVith a Little Bit of Luck," marching dem- onstrations. and the Football Princess cere- mony were other offerings. Spring activities included the traditional trip to Wenatchee for the State Apple Blossom Festival and the functions of the Lilac Fesitval. The l05-member concert band presented I54 a winter program in January and its 58th formal concert in April. Providing music at pep cons, basketball games and concerts has been the principal function of the special band. They enter- tained for the ASB installation, the first PTA meeting, the Christmas convocation, and presented a concert at Havermale. Under the leadership of Dick Garcea, the pep band played for morning mixers, con- certs, PTA meetings and civic functions. The Doll Shop orchestra was comprised pri- marily of pep band members. Band officers this year are Ivan Johnson. presidentg Hal Hendrick. vice-president: john McCoy, secretary, and .lack Granger and Daryl Triplett, sergeants at arms. Pep band beats out rhythm. row: Dick Garcea, lcadergG1ennRobinsongJimMcMul1eng Gary Wcstrom. Second row: Ed Thomas, Larry Bryson, Jon Dick Nye, Mike Rhodes. Third row: Buzz Davis, Phil Stohs, Bill Richards, Terry Roberts, Myron Congdon. Absent: Ron Irwin. ,4 . . H I lux is Mr. VCr.valilc," ALI,- XROUNIJ-AL. Lauglz af his fmmy llllffflflll, lm! 1101 nl him. HU amz' Ili.: fl'fl11lllI0fL'.X' Cclfflzrcll frmlball, lulsc- lmll, and 471'0.x'.v-C011nlry U11 fm1pim1.vl1'ifv.v, 170.86111 ex dfrilly TWH in earl: of Ihr oflzm' xfwrls. Nlfilcx C6'fflIiIll.V lzuzfv reaxon lu Irv proud nf HIL' 1957-58 .YL'lI.X'UJ1 IIIIIII ifx fwfr!-w'1'.x'. Qi A w FZ TVN lg Wm Am ' z 4 9'3 v "' 07 L 2 ,, yu. , 3 V sf .5 N JW? if S 3 X Q-xx' i 9 nf -an at -, ,Ami A ff G5uards indians Share A 28-7 victory over the Lewis and Clark Tigers at the end of the season assured the Indians the cochampionship of the city league, a title which they shared with the john Rogers Pirates. The Warriors were fighting like true champions as they downed the Tigers, the Braves gaining 372 yards to the Tigers' 61. Only four yards were made against the In- dian line by the Tiger ground attack. The Indians showed title-winning form. The annual Merry - Go - Round, which All-City Title victory over the Lewis and Clark Tigers Dennis Spurlock gave the Indians their onl score. They chose to run the extra point anc made it. In the first league game of the season, th Warriors met disaster at the hands of th John Rogers Pirates, who defeated the In dians with a 27-13 victory. The second game was won by a narrow one-point margin as Jim McBride blockec an attempted punt by the Tigers and a safet was ruled. Up to that point, the Tigers wer opened the season, left the Indians in third place after a loss to John Rogers and a 7-O Tom Collins Dick Rew Jim McBride Bill ahead 7-6. A pass from Dennis Spurlock Benny Corigliano was good for the Bra Backs John Thomson John Skelton Dennis Spurlock Bill z l W 5 3 Ivan Payne Mike Rhodes Ray Jacobs Walt Merrick Chris l60 'irst score. The final total was 8-7-a victory or the Indians. Again the Indians were victorious as they 'calped the Zags 18-13. First blood was lrawn by the Bullpups when they scored in 'he early minutes of the game. In the first ialf, Jeff Kyle went over for the Indians' irst score. Later in the third and fourth uarters, Ray Jacobs made two more touch- owns. Both were run from Gonzaga's six- ard line. Disaster struck again when the Pirates lowned the Indians in the fourth game of the season with a 6-0 victory. The Bullpups fell prey to the Indians for the second time with a 24-0 loss. At half the Indians were in the lead with one Again in the third quarter and the last few minutes of the game the Braves made their final touchdowns. North Central's last game, which was the 28-7 victory over the Tigers, was the one that decided its city standing. Named to all-city first team were: Clive Goodman, a 195-lb. guard, Jim McBride, a 165-lb. senior who made punt blocking his specialty, and Denny Spurlock, who was mas- ter of split T quarterbacking. On the second team were Gary Barton, line, Joe Perez, line, and Ray Jacobs, back- field. Chris Shears received special mention. At the end of the season top awards went to: Gary Barton, blocking awardg Jim Mc- Bride, tacklingg Clive Goodman, lineman of the year, and Tom Rickard, the Buckley Inspirational award. Shears Ron Albo B0b tewart Gary Koeppel Blll Bailey Summers Jeff Kyle Do Moore ' Bill Bradford Allen Phil Harris Mika Dunn l6I John Jerry Coolbaugh 60 61 62 63 64 65 75 78 79 90 10 11 12 13 20 21 Tom Collins ....... ......... Dick Rew ......... .......... Jim McBride ......... ......... B111 Stone ............. ......... Richard Shears .................. Ron Albo ............... .......... Bob Stewart ...................... Gary Koeppel .................. B111 Bailey ........................ John Thomson .................. Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard Guard John Skelton ...,...... Quarterback Dennis Spurlock ...Quarterback Bill Sperling .......... Quarterback Larry Summers .... Quarterback Jeff Kyle ......,..................... Back Don W1lS0l1 ........................ Back I957 Football 22 23 30 31 33 40 41 42 43 44 91 95 50 51 52 77 John Bronowski jerry Coolbaugh Ivan Payne ........ Mike Rhodes .... Ray Jacobs ........ Walt Merrick .. Chris Shears ...... jim Moore ........ Bill Bradford .. Gene Allen ........ Phil Harris ........ Mike Dunn ...... Dave Peelgreen . Mickey Carny John Magnuson Ernie Nye ......... Da d Peelgren Mickey Carny John Magnuson Ern 'E's,' Gottbreht Je ry Hudlow Tom Rickard Ron Williams Cha les Reid Delroy Thorpe Ken 53 6 7 8 69 73 74 76 96 72 80 82 S3 84 86 88 89 39 ckles nds , Doug Denton ...... ......... ' Tackle Bob Ulrich ....... ......... '1 lackle Gayle Fai-up ........ ......... T aekle Clive Goodman ................ Tackle Bill Gottbrecht ................ Tackle Gerald Hudlow ................ Tackle Tom Rickard ........ ......... '1 lackle Ron Williams .................. Tackle Charles Barrows ............Tackle Earl Hamilton ....... .......... E nd Dick Hannan ....... .......... E nd joe Perez ................. .......... E nd Benny Corigliano Gary Barton ...... . .......... End Bruce Reid ...... .......... E nd Jerry Davis .......... .. .......... End Delroy Thorpe .................... End Ken Haskins ........................ End Managers: Russel Brown, Hugh Price and George Kersul Varsily Season Scores NC ,...,....... 13 Rogers .................. 26 NC ,,,,,,,,,,,, 8 Lewis and Clark.. 7 NC .,.,..,...., 18 Gonzaga .............. 13 NC ............ 0 Rogers .................. 6 NC .,.,........ 24 Gonzaga .............. 0 NC ......,..... 28 Lewis and Clark.. 7 Total Sialislics on The Six League Games Yards gained on passes ............ 439 Yards gained rushing ................ 1231 Yards lost rushing ........ ..... 1 69 Net yardage ................. ........ 1 501 Passes attempted ......... ..... 7 2 Passes completed ......... ..... 3 6 Passes intercepted ....... ..... 8 Total first downs ...,... ..... S 4 Number of punts ......... ..... 1 3 Doug Denton Bob Ulrich Gayle Farup Clive Goodman Managers Earl Hamilton Dick Hannon Joe Perez Benny Corigliano Rusty Brown Hugh Price George Kersul I63 Freshman Fooiball Season Box Score NC ..,.,....... O Shaclle .................. 19 NC ...... O .Rogers .... ..... . 34 NC ...... 0 Gonzaga ..... ...... 2 S NC ...... O Greenaeres ......... .21 NC ............ 2 Lewis and Clark..35 NC ......,..... 14 West Valley .......... 13 B-Squad Fooiball Box Score NC ............ O Gonzaga .............. ZS NC ............ 0 Central Valley ...... 14 NC .1.......... O Rogers ......,........... 20 NC ............ 19 Shaclle .................. 13 NC ............ 26 VVest Valley .......... 0 NC ............ 19 Lewis and Clark.. O B-SQUAD FOOTBALL-Front row: Lyle Carstens, Larry Thorsted, Tom Alberts, Wallace Collins, Dan DeWitt, Jerry Breeden, Ralph Jones, Bob Ott, David Watt, Dominic Frucci, Mike Dodge. Second row: Larry Becker, Don Jones, Bill Payne, Jim Duke, Lloyd Willbanks, Pat Murphy, Larry Fifield, Jim Burk, Doug Fyfe. Third row: John Goeller, Keith Williams, Jerry Holman, Gary Carpenter, Joe Shaffner, Alan Montour, Jerry Morgan, Steve Bissett, Steve O'De11, Gary Erickson. Fourth row: Kenny Saruwatari, Don Bonamy, Linus Morris, Dave Morland, Bob Bell, Coach Blair. The B squad lost the first three league games but came back to defeat Shadle, Lewis and Clark and West Valley. Gene Allen, David Watt and Wallace Collins were out- standing on the offensive team, which was inspired by good blocking and running through the season. In the last game of the season, which was a 19-0 victory over Lewis and Clark, the Indians played last and furious ball. They received the opening kickofl' and three plays later Gene Allen scored on a 42-yard run. Allen scored again in the second period with a 38-yard run. Dan De Witt ran five yards up the middle in the third period for the Indians' third touchdown. Wallace Collins scored the only extra point. Bottom right: Gene Allen driving hard through a maze of Shadle Park players. Bottom left: B-Squad coach, Dale Blair. p left: Marvin Henthorn is pursued by an unidentified Greenacres player as lbert Clute comes up behind. Top right: Coach Walt Spangenberg. Middle right: ' Manager Gary Jennings. A l-5 win-loss record at the end of the season kept the eshnien out of the cellar. After losing five straight, they ayed good ball against the West Valley Eagles at the ason's end. The score was a narrow I4-13 win for the HPOOSCS. The first North Central touchdown canie in the second riod on a 60-yard drive by George Alberts. Delbert lute make the extra point. At half time the score was 7. In the fourth period, Marvin Henthorn raced 40 rds for the Papooses' second touchdown. Delbert Clute xlded his second extra point for the winning niargin. The freshman footballers played for experience this -ear and the knowledge of football. QOSH FOOTBALL.-Front row: Gordon Allen, Gay Richardson, Bob Murphy, m Kippen, John Coffey, Chuck Burch, Don Woodbury, Delbert Clute, Bill Lanter. cond row: George Alberts, Phil Roger, Bob Sleeth, Eric Walters, Ron Harris, txuis Grande, Larry Gragg. Third row: Tom Hammond, Gary Kaatz, Harold Walker, Steve Anderson, Ron Landberg, Stan Kimmerly, Ed Rinck. . i, . 4.. . 'X 2 fl? ,-. WSL: iv- K ,,. . i ,J .ls Ni Q Cub 6, 3 43" - x 'O V x, I .5 ' H, li if -' J l J Y l infix i :E 3 5 ,- t Q 1 ,, , r X . if , Y Q ' A I v , ls A-t L ,V A I , i 4 t 5 xy' I 'E li l i 7 fi il . li ' . A 5 , 43: W4 I , " Lqwf i 4.5! .4uv,u,-, qw my M M, H' wwww S f-. .Q all xi is fx 1 QXSQ55 N Lf' Q Ez - ,... V. 8 Q71 1 S . 'tmgew ,. ,fp.ur1!!'i4f- xv N www- -1 , . Sz sigh ev im sgfewk: 2 2 K' ' 4 qSZWgS5?'sf2f?ff, - 2 L3 Q! S L' i X H ,gf ,fi f'M4-2F::f-illfiiizlaiz' 7 53. , 5,-fQil,si1: f3AQf.vw,g-p,m.gJ.gg5,g3,114 . 25: wx 2113 ' , Ing. K, 1Y2gwQ4fFj,,L,.s,w5,,,i,. ,AY .,vf3-.mgqfisf 629 W H, p n u 4 pfs VA I ,ilsim - .biiiwiffwl wk- M' . ' v s N1 - A gp 5122 V. ' - 5 , V K -W -viii, . , V7 -U -U,1w.., , 1, .1 A ,gs,,1.m.-,if :win 1 , -Fri, M- Qfhrmw. 5 5 33:5 1 7 73, A M53 , AL,,L .,,A. 2 uf, . -V ,m1Q,,.,f,,,,3.s,Lq W if , H. f . , -zwgmggghggigielkimf su, .. A Q! ff'iwf1fv3g2fsf , kk k.,,-,UNVA ' 5. 1 , , Q nf 'xi Q: ' E'x7fl'g3 Q 2 2 '67 3,2-if mrmeaglf I Uh 'YQ Uwikfxz '51 iff 11' Iv I wgfeiff. '- L These record breaking scores could not have been obtained without good team sup- port. Laurin Lee continually harassed the opponents and made 61 in the city league and an over-all season total of ll7. Cary Corremans saved North Central's first game with Gonzaga with two free throws in the 10 seconds left to play. He had a season total of 83 and a league total oi' 41. Denny Livengood and Delroy Thorpe were the two remaining seniors. Clint Britt, a junior, made a season total of 93 points and a league total of 53. He should be in fine form for the Indian team next year. Other juniors on the squad were Jerry Ar- mour, Larry Summers and Mel Stapleton. ' t' A 1 .pw . Mel Stapleton Jeff Kyle Gary Gorremans Denny Livengood Jerry Armour Clint f ' ' , 1 V- e Delroy Thorpe I 68 Laurin Lee Dick Hannan The cagers took 10 of a total of I9 games, losing four and winning six of the city league. Three preleague games were lost by only three points, while two league were lost by three points, one by four poin and another in overtime. A double post offense worked eff throughout the season, with the winning the first three games against zaga, Rogers and Central Valley. The V zaga game was won by a narrow 52-50 edge as Corremans made two free throws with l seconds to play. Disaster struck as archrival Lewis and Clark downed the fighting Braves with a three-point margin. The Indians took the next thriller against Denny Spurlock Larry John Summers, Manager Bob- Ott, hwfqnw W1 Q' 5 X . J q 'ss N af A ,., Q Y' 3 T Sf B SQUAD BASKETBALL Front row. Dominic Frucci, Phil Stohs, Stan Jim Moore. Second row: Jim Dewey, Bruce Willoughby, Brad McHenry, Ralph Mike Mix. Third row:Gene Allen, Bill Payne, Gene Robards, John Goeller, Chris stra, Larry Becker. Bottom: Coach "Nip" Hagen. The B squad took another third place for North Central as they ended their season with l0 Wins and eight losses. The season ended as they polished off Central Valley and Shadle, March 4 and 7. Shadle was defeated by one point in a thrilling game that ended with North Central ahead 4l-40. Gene Allen was high point man with 17 points while Phil Stohs and Ralph Jones shared second-place scoring with l5 points each. "Winning two games in overtime and two or three others by one point, we had a fairly good season," commented Coach Hagen. "We im- proved as the season progressed. I think the boys played their best ball game in defeating Central Valley, March 4." 'mfr 'iz ik sir 'tk if NC ............ 47 WV ............ 66 NC .......,.... 54 Rogers ,.,,.. 30 NC ............ 36 Gonzaga U33 NC ............ 57 CV ,,..,,,,..,, 59 NC ,........... 26 LC ,........... 22 NC ......,...., 30 Shadle ...,,, 44 NC ............ 55 Rogers ...... 37 NC ............ 62 WV ,..,....,. 61 NC ............ 47 CV ............ E4 NC ............ 37 LC ..,,....,... 38 NC ...,....,... 51 Shedle ...... 40 NC ............ 45 Gonzaga H53 NC ............ 36 WV ............ 49 NC ............ 42 Rogers ...... E3 NC ...,........ 38 LC ............ 41 NC .......,.... 41 Shadle .,.,.. 40 NC ............ 54 Gonzaga ..43 NC ....,....... 60 CV .,.......... 46 NC .,,,., ....,.A 2 2 West Valley ....,... .,..... 3 0 NC ,,A,,,,,, ....,., 2 1 Shadle Park ,..,..,......... 18 NC .,,,..,.. ....... 2 0 Gonzaga ........................ 22 NC ,,,,,, .A,.... 2 '7 Lewis and Clark ........ 31 NC ,,,,,, ,,,,.,. 2 4 Rogers ......................,... 44 NC .A,,,,,,, ....... 2 4 West Valley ...... ..1.... 4 2 NC ......... ......, 3 4 Shadle Park . ,... ,...,.. 4 4 NC .,....... ....... 3 6 Gonzaga ........................ 24 NC ,,,,,,,,. ....,., 3 2 Lewis and Clark ..,.,.,. 37 NC ...... ....,,, 2 8 Rogers ..........,............,..., 37 it ik if it 'iff it 'l'he Papooses, after winning two and losing eight, were in the eellar, along with Gonzaga. The Freshman basketball season ended March I l, after the boys had played Rogers and Lewis and Clark in the new gym. Steve Anderson was high point man in the tussles with the Cubs and Pirates. Because of lack of height, the Freshmen lost 37-31 to Lewis and Clark. Speed was the main factor for the Pirate win. "We played good basketball all season," said Coach Kretz. "It looks as though we have some line players for next year. Cur team had ter- riiiie team spirit. lfVe were fortunate in not having any drop out nor any injuries during the season. ttom left: Fred Betts, Steve Anderson, Ken Pendell, David Mingo, Erie Walters Ron Harris. Top left: Gordon Allen, George Alberts, Larry Gragg, Gary Kraatz Ed Rinck, Marvin Henthorn, and Delbert Clute. Top right: Coach Ed Kretz s nsmvvsawlnmri l ,akin 5 we 'M' A 1 , A fx Q A , ,a W M , lg, ,QR if W-aw-rmvuvm-Shunammwwemwvmwiawwzanmuvauq Q , 15 5 us Q Y I l mf Above-John Skelton hunts while Dick Materne slides in home. Flay Jacob pires as Walt Merrick catches. Bottom left- Ivan Johnson catches a fly ball tom right-John Skelton tags out Ray Jacobs. BASEBALL ,ww Nkf -Larry Summers, Steve Bishoff, Ivan Johnson, Dennis Woodhurst, Laurin warming up during practice session. Upper right - Dick Materne gets ready to first. Lower right: John Skelton is about to catch an outfield fly. Lewiston and Wfenatehee were on the varsity base- allers' schedule with out-of-town teams. Wfenatcthee journeyed to the Indian diamond for a ouble-header April 8. The Braves downed Wlenatcliee -2 and were in turn defeated l8-ll. April 12, the Indians played another double-header ith Lewiston on their diamond. The trip was not a oinplete loss for the Braves, as they split this second ouble-header of the season-winning one with Zl nar- 2-l victory, and losing the other 8-2. -Mr. Manfred discusses strategy with Mike Szymczak, Dominic Frucci, Bill Sperling, Mike Rhodes. N . 123.1 PITCHERS I957 Champs Seek I958 Victory Varsity baseballers opened the '58 season with high hopes as they prepared for the city league which opened April 17. Coach A1 Manfred had five returning let- termen-Walt Merrick, Laurin Lee, Larry Summers, Ray Jacobs and John Skelton. Seniors on the squad were Ivan Johnson, Gary Gorremans, Laurin Lee, Ray Jacobs, John Skelton, Dick Materne and Dennis Woodhurst. Jacobs, Skelton and Stapleton were set in the outfield positions while Walt Merrick was all alone for catcher's spot. Pitching prospects were Laurin Lee, Larry Summers, Stan Woocllitlrst, Steve Bishoff and Ivan Johnson. Maynard Moe and Bill Sperling held down third base while Gary Gorremans and Dominic Frucci competed for first. Ivan Johnson Dennis W k Materne Bill Sperling Gene Allen M ynard Moe I74 oodhurst Larry Summers Shortstop was held by Gene Allen and Dick Materne. Jim Dewey occupied second. The Indians opened the city loop race playing Lewis and Clark on the North tral diamond. They played Central Valley at C Valley April 22, Gonzaga at North Cen April 24 and West Valley at VVest V April 29. On May 1 they met Rogers at ers to wind up the first round of play. During the second half, arch rivals and Clark competed with the Indians May at Lewis and Clark. The remaining were with Central Valley, May 13, on the North Central field, Gonzaga, May 15, at Gonzaga, West Valley, May 20, on the North Central diamond, and Rogers May 22 at North Central, to wind up the '58 baseball season. Varsity Baseball Roster Varsity Baseball I Bishoff ...... .Outfield .Outfield Outfield and Second erri ck ...... ............................. C atChe1' .........Pitcher .........Pitcher oodhurst .,.,..., ................................. P 1tChef Pitcher and Outfield ohnson ,,,,, ........,..,...,,...........,. P ltchel' Moc .,,,,,,,.. ......... ' Fhird Base Sperling ,,,,,,, .,., .......,...,.,, ' l lhird Base Gorremans ...... ............................... F i1'St Base 1 . 1' rucci ........ .. ..... Allen ........ lllaternc Dewey ...... First Base and Outfield ,,,,,,....,...,,,.,,.........Shortstop .........,.,,..Shortstop Second Base March 21 ......................,...,............. March Z5 .......... March 26 ......... March 27 .......... March 28 ........................... April 3 ............... April 4 ....... April S ....... April 11 ......... April 12 ........ April 15 ............. April 17 .......................... April 22 .......... April 24 .......................,........,.,.,.,. April 28 ,............ May 1 ....,,...... ......................... May 6 ............................ May 8 .,.,.... Lcwi my 13 ............................... . May 15 .......... 11 ay 22 .......... FIELDERS AND BASEMEN 1 il Lee Walt Merrick Gary Gorremans MANAGERS 958 Schedule Mead at Mead Gonzaga at Gonzaga Gonzaga at NC ..........Mead at Mead .Central Valley at NC .....XVest Valley at West Valley at NC ..........Wenatchee at NC ...........NVest Valley at NC .........Lewiston at Lewiston at Mead Lewis and Clark at NC Central Valley at Central Valley Gonzaga at NC .....West Valley at West Valley Rogers at Rogers Lewis and Clark at NC s and Clark at Lewis and Clark Central Valley at NC .......NVest Valley at NC .............Rogers at NC Dominic Frucc Jacobs Mel Stapleton Richard Prague George Kersul l75 BASEBALL- Front row: Gary Hills, Bob Wells, Ron Bronswski, Mike Brown, Buddy Schroeder, Mike Rhodes. Second row: Denny Graedel, Larry Chatterton, Ron Wirsch, Don Jones, Brian Elbreeht. Third row: Eddie Eidinger, Alfred Greenwood, Gary Kurtz, Gary Millstrom, David Hatch Undei the direction of Coach JClly btannaid, the B squad began its league play against West Valley. The Indians had a 14--ganie league schedule. Others included in league play were Lewis and Clark, Rogers, Mead, Gonzaga, Central Valley, West Valley and Shadle. After the opener with West Valley the Braves played Lewis and Clark April 15, Central Valley April I7, Shadle April 22, Rogers April 25, Gonzaga April 29 and Mead May l to wind up the first half of their double round robin. The second half opened with VVest Valley May 6, Lewis and Clark May 8, Central Valley May 13, Shadle May 15, Rogers May 21, Gonzaga Mayt 22 and Mead May 27 to Iinish the i958 baseball season lfor the B squad. Upper left-Jim Dewey batting during a game with Mead. Lower left-Coach Sta Below-Mike Rhodes attempts to slide in before Steve Bell of Shadle catches thu is V A his 2 Gordy Allen bats against Shadle as Steve Andersen warms up behind the e. Upper right Coach Ball Dnedrlck. Center Manager, Bob Murphy. Having a team composed of freshmen and sopho- mores, the B baseballers began the first half of their double round robin April 21. Coach Bill Diedrick commented, "ll everything goes right we are going to try to have a game every school day of the season. The reason for the heavy schedule is that baseball is a game learned from playing -from concentrating on improving the fundamentals." The Indians had a total ol? I0 league games which included the city schools plus West Valley. Several games were scheduled under the lights with Deer Park and Cheney. Other out-of-town games were to be played with Wilbur, Riverside, Mead and Freeman. H-SOPH. BASEBALL- Front row: Chuck Bass, Dave Mingo, Clyde Kruger Gragg, Chuck Burch, Gordy Allen, Steve Anderson, Delbert Clute. Second row Bob Murphy, Fred Betts, Merditb Ault, Stan Kimmerly, Gary Kaatz, Bob Sleeth, George Alberts, Ed Rinck. ",J"" if E Q! CROSS-COUNTRY- Front row: Stan Casperson, Terry Thach, Steve Poutre, nis Gratton, Mel Stapleton, Alun Brildersnn, Robert Davis, Dave Gznnbill, Mike ler, Lynn Keys, Second row: Bob Warru, Ron Foreinzin, Jerry Wilkinson, S Young, Esse Bjorklund, Buddy Schroeder, Pat Crziggett, Dick Van Hersett, Franks, Bob Martin. Third row: Richard Hardenbrook, Jim Holmes, Jim Gz Dennis Wilde, Ron McLaughlin. Bill Pierce. Steve Bishoff. John lVlc'Coy. Second L0 none, Cozlcli Burrill l'1xley's KTOSS-C'Ollllll'y tezun took all the honors this year. lllSl.C2ltl ol' second place lo Lewis zuicl Clark, as in the past years, the North Centrzxl cii'nss-coiiiitry tezun czune out on top in the city standings. Other limiors l'2llJllll'CCl were the Inlzxncl Einpire ciliuiiipimisliip :incl the .'X,'XU clizunpionship. The inziin event nl' all the meets was llie 2-mile run. Below and Lower Left-Cross country runners are: Ill Steve Poutrv, Young, 12b Mel Stapleton, 461 Dennis Grntton, 17h Dennis Wilde. Upper Left-Richard Hardenbrook. manager. with xv , ve-Dave Reger pole vaulting. Upper right-Coach Burril Exley. Center- Manager Jim Holmes. As the 'l'amarack goes to press the varsity trackmen are preparing for their next meet with Gonzaga, April 18, at Shadle. The events run at the meets this spring were: High hurdles, low hurdles, 100-yard dash, 220-yard dash, 880-yard run, 440-yard run, mile run, high jump, broad jump, shot-put and the pole vault. An 880-yard relay was held at the end ol' each meet. At the North Central relay April l, the Indians came out with a third place. Rogers won the meet. The re- maining contests were the Moses Lake relays at Moses Lake, Gonzaga at Shadle, Rogers at North Central, Lewis and Clark at Hart field and the All-City at Hart field. TRACK- Front row: Jerry Breeden, Don Newcomb, Dave Reger, Doug Steve Poutre, Jerry Hucllow, Lynn Keys, Tom Collins, Benny Corigliano, row: Gary Koeppel, Dick Hannan, Don Wilson, Alan Baldcr- Foreman, Jim Moore, Dick Rew, Mickey Davis, Bob Bell, row: Phil Stohs, Steve Young, Darrell Tripplett, Clint Britt, Murken, Esse Bjorklund, Bruce Reid, Phil Harris. 15, ti if xii 6353 he-.W is., 45 me f' LW 5 NJ ii h tlouzzigzi :tt Shzitllc fa-...a25iQ..f,g . J l de Roshia, Bruce Willoughby, Doug Lewis, Rick Street, Jerry Wilkinson, Ch: Barrows, Tom Larson. Third row: Ken Haskins, Gene Robards, Ed Chance, Wal Collins, Jack Granger, Larry Mellgren, Linus Morris, Jeff Kyle, Tom Rickard, vin Blangers. Fourth row: Gerald Prophet, John McCoy, Stan Casperson, Pierce, Dennis Wilde, Pat Craggett, Kenny Saruwzitori, Don Martin, Bill Ba Coach Dave Holmes assisted Coach Exley this spring with the junior varsity track men. The .IV is macle Ill of sophomores and juniors While the varsity has juniors and seniors. The JV has a meet the same clay as the varsity, with their events running concurrently. 'l'IQ,-XCIQ SCHElDL'l.l'i North Ct-ntrzil rt-lays :it North Central llloses l,:tl4e relays :lt llloses Lillie lxogcrs at North Central Lewis :mtl Clark :il l'lz1rt fit-lcl All-City :it Hart fit-ltl Bottom left-Coach Dove liolmcs. Bottom right-Linus Morris, Rick Kenny Saruwntori. Nliddle-Manager, Dan Zabel. Above- Ron Harris tries his luck at hugh Jump. Upper right-Coach Da.e Blair. Center- Manager Alan Powell. The freshman track this season is under the super- vision of Coach Dale Blair. Events run in the freshman track differ from that of JV and Varsity. They are: The l50-yard dash, 75-yard dash, 660-yard run, three-quarter mile, high jump, broad jump, pole vault, low hurdles. 'lihey also throw the eight-pound shot. At the end of each ineet, instead ol' an 880-yard relay the Frosh squad runs a 440-yard relay. A smaller nulnber ol boys turned out this year be- cause nlany ol' this year's lreshinen are now enrolled at the new Shadle high. Boys who are at all interested are strongly urged to turn out lor track or any other Sp0l'l,. 4-Front row: Phil Roger, Ron Harris, Eugene Pendell, Gene Coffey, Ken Second row: John Coffey, Ken Pendell, Harold Walker, Louis Grande. 1 yqgcm 41-Sv fl i.nEif1.. EE-'V r XX ELL 3 Sm? ,QW ms. BOYS' TENNIS- Front row: Don Johnson, Bob Larson, Charles Crawford, Hiatt, Kenny Weber, Mike Tornow, Larry Knutson. Back row: Mr, Hix, M dente, Larry Schroeder, Bill Powell, Jim Engstrom, Dick Voss. Kermit Forbes, Ray Schroeder. Unclcr Llic clircclion ol' Couch Ernie Hix, llic Norlli Cenlral ncuncn prcpnrccl for Llicir league games which SlHl'lCil on April 21 with an nialch aguinsl Lewis :incl Clark all Coinslock park. About I5 boys Lurnccl oul for thc vzirsily lcznn :incl I0 lor llic l.l'CSlllll2lll squzul. 'VICNNIS SCl'lEl7Ul.E ,Xpril 24--l.vxx'is :incl Clark :ll Cmnsloclc l'zn'l4 May l--XXX-sl Yzillcy :il NC Mziylll--lQugc1's:1l NC llziy NH MQ-:ul :il NC Huy22-fClm1z:1g':1:lt NC Below- Erich Luschei practices for the tennis tournaments in the spring. left-Reaching for a high one is Bob Larson. Lower left- Mr. Hix, boys' tennis coach. er left-Jim Ellsworth. Upper right-Coach Don Bonamy. Middle right- Brnd McHenry putting while Mike Mix caddics. Four North Cciitral gollcrs journcyccl to Lewiston O11 March I5 for the 21111111111 Lewiston Invitational goll' to111'11a111c11t. Other high schools I'ro111 all over thc I11- lantl Empire participated. Dick Schmitt of Lewis and Clark placed first i11 thc "L tourney with a low score of 15, whilc Larry Leo ol' North Cc11t1'z1l Iollowcrl I1i111 with 21 743 lor thc course. INDIAN iItJI,I7 SCI'II'fIDLfI.I'f April 7--- I,cwis :tml Clark April I4-fliogcrs Klzty 8--1,1-iris zmtl Clark April ZI'-fGo11z:tg:1 Nay I5-fliogt-rs April 23-Y-WR-S1 Vzlllcy Mz1yZ24XVt-st Vztllvy May laSI1zttIIc l,2ll'Ix Xlzty 26-Shztcllc I,ZlI'Ii YS' GOLF-Front row: Terry Paddock, Roger Bean, Jim Cozzetto, Jim Ells- rth.Second row: Brad McHenry, Bill Payne, Ralph Jones, Don Bonamy, Dick Steve Odell. Third row: David Driftmeycr, Tim Merriman, Henry Luce, Larry Lee, Nick Caruso, Kent Amsden. 4 5 9' I 1 111 an 14.7 I ff! I M431 o , img I My 1 Ev if MW 'N LIN DA BAR NARD KAY SAYLES BARBARA BACON LINDA SHRIVER JANICE SIPE JO GREEN LOLA WALKER SHARON WITT Y NETHERCUTT NANC IN LIND A POUL .lead 674 Barbara Troyer 'inawi mr' , f 7 v i'A -A i ,Q First row: Beverly Hair, Lorraine Miller, Patricia Anderson, Beverly Harris, Virginia Hulick, Joanne Bishop, Carol Charest, Mary Ann Jackson, Sally Engstrom, Connie Darrah, Suzanne Curtis. Second row: Alice Rae Collins, Marilyn Fried, Diane Duncan, Carolyn Lessig, Kay Dodge, Lorna Overmyer, Margaret Hamblin, Carol Fremstad, Carol French, Patricia Flynn, Margaret Bruce, Irene Campbell. Third row: Patricia McGrath, Gerry Livengood, Julie Kyle, Sandra In- man, Janet Eppley, Geraldine Bloom, Rita Franz, Paula Heyer, Sue Helsby, Arlyne Ferguson, Joline Brett. Fourth row: Tarrell Hunt, Judy Bickerstafi, Janet Johnson, Lynn Buroker, Joanne Bolma, Pamela Fouts, Alice Akan, Judy Conklin, Deedy Gerl, Pat Claflin, Roberta Burdick, Phyllis LaBarge. Red Feathers Dressed in dazzling white unil'ornis set oll' with bright red trini. each head topped with pert red leathers describes North Central's unique marching unit-Red Feathers. This group, made up ol' over 100 junior and senior girls, thus carries out the idea ol' the school theme-the North Central Indians. Candidates lor Red Feathers are chosen by Miss Pinkhani and the Red Feather officers on the basis ol' their dancing and march- ing ability, their grade average, and their participation in the variety ol' activities ollered by the girls' physical education de- partnient. Left to right: Joanne Bishop, chairman, Kay Newland, secretary: Linda Schatz, historian: Carol Urbaeh, sergeant-at-armsg Elsa Pinkham. director. a.z...a . ..- 1 'j' r .X First row: Joyce Robertson, Carol Jean Thibault, Sally Swift, Bonnie Richmond, Betty Rolfsness, Sharon Mather, Fredene Moran, Linda Schatz, Virginia Tobin, Mary Tollefson, Kathy Whelham. Second row: Nancy Nakagawa, Mary Ann McLaughlin, Carol Urbach, Dianne Pence, Rosie Stockton, Nancy Noonan, Judy Zumoto, Joyce Hauschild, Patsy Platt, Karen Wirsch, Jo Storch. Third row: Kay Newland, Pat Altman, Diane Morris, Lailla Watson, Mary Ann Witt, Linden Lovegren, Sandra Smith, Esther Ray, Joyann Obde, Jackie McCoy, Carol Quarles, Sandra Van Doren. Fourth row: Kathy Jensen, Kathy Witt, Gay Sisich, Carol Piper, Grace Tregellas, Deanna Wiedmer, Karen West, Diane Rothwell, Pat Wetherell, Lois Richards, Diane Steckling, Sara Lee Wiedmer, Karen West, Diane Rothwell, Pat Wetherell, Lois Richards, Diane Steckling, Sara Lee Wizeman. As an organized cheering section at all sport events, these color- ful performers display sincere school spirit as they back the team, and participate in football stunts, community projects and parades. A semester course in first-aid training is given each senior mem- ber. Upon passing the course, she receives a Red Cross card. For further instruction, an advanced course was offered this year. An outstanding feature among the Red Feathers is the choosing from the senior members of the football princess and the spring sports princess. Among the many activities of the group was the presentation of the Cotton Day convocation on April 3 by the senior Red Feathers to promote the sale oi' spring sports tickets. Left to right: Lois Richards, sergeant-at-arms: Virginia Hulick, sergeant-at-arms, Betty Rolfs- ness, historian, Carol Jean Thibault, secretary, Mary Ann Witt, chairman. W kg Q. Pat Beam ,,gu4Hk 4 l FALL OFFICERS- Left to right: Barbara Simpson, director, Elaine Peterson, sergeant at arms: Janet Piper. historian: Carrie Unger secretary: Christy ifaekenthall, chairman. lfreslnnan :intl soplioniore girls who have been active in the girls' pliysical etluczition tlepzirtinent anal who have C gracles or bet- ter are eligible to try out lor Color Girls. liatih girl turns in an application antl clem- onstrates lier niarcliing and tlanfing ability at the tryout. She is also Qiuclgetl on the basis ol' attenclance. liealtli. co-operation in sciliool :1t'tivit.ies antl goocl fitixensliip. Ol'l'ic'ers ol 'ml the group antl Miss Simpson, clirector. the selecting. Ol'l'ic'ers are eleftetl each ter lroin among the sophomore tnenibers. Outstanding' lreslnnen who are noini natetl by their teztcliers and tlieir printiipa are refeivetl into the organization clirectly Ironi tlie gratle schools antl junior liigl schools. .X bancluet is lieltl each semester tt introtlufe tlie new nienibers. First row: Judy McKay, Maureen O'Connor, Kathi Mitchell, Bnnnie Underdahl, Sharon Mills, Betty Sears, Sharon Walker, Second row: Ruth Olsen, Bev Stradley, Sidney Pruitt, Evelyn Wellhouser, Carrie Unger, Stephanie York. Elaine Peterson. Mary Ellen Preston, Third row: Carol Pilger, Marjorie Tracy, Judy Ruess, Susan Mueller, Carole Peterson, Sharon Riley, Janet. Piper, Karen Moore.Fourth row: Pat, Pauling, Colleen Wood, Julie Warfield, Terry Palmer. Carol Ann Maund, Elinore Rivhards. Catherine Sander, Cecelia Reuss, Catherine Perry. I88 A 'UM 'CQ' A Black skirts ancl wine sweaters with arrow- acl eniblenis are worn by this group ol' the thircl largest marching unit at North lentral. Wlith 20 girls, the group was organ- Zecl in l93ll as Zlll honorary service group. Wlilh rousing spirit, they aclcl color ancl est lo the games, cheering ancl leading' the l L l tuclents 111 school songs ancl yells. On game lays the girls aclcl color ancl promote school . - i.. at ... SPRING OFFICERS-Left to right: Betty Helbig, chairman, Ruth Olsen, secretary: Beverly Stradley, historian, Cecelia Reuss, ser- geant at arms, Sidney Pruitt, 495 is .4 sergeant at arms, spirit hy wearing their striking unillorins. 'llhey promote ticket sales, partake in luncl- raising. charitable projects anrl participate ill loothall stunts ancl paracles. 'llhey also usher at niany school lunctions. Being a ineniher ol' Color Girls is actually a preparation for Recl Feathers. 'l'he organ- izations aini is to clevelop each girl phys- ically. mentally ancl socially. First row: Linda Loutherback, Dorothv Bennett, Beverly Chry'lcr. Betty Helbig, Jennifer Eaeho. Sandra Gallemorc. Gail ' Gladder. Second row: Freda Brown, Nancy Frank, Gerry Featherly, Janet Hopper, Karen Coleman, Paulette Broesch, Sharon Franks, Lynne Larson. Third row: Susan Breeden, Christy Faekentha-l, Sandee Laughlin, Georganne Jackman, Karlynn Kuhl- mann, Kathie DeMinter, Sue Eddy, Linda Ayers. Fourth row: Marlys Gorrell, Alice Bacon, Karen Crosbie, Patty Johnson, Sandra Miller, Kay Anderson, Shirley Haegele. Judy Bizier, Kathy Leingang, Cheryl Nance. I89 . I I , ,ff ,Q V A , X 1 '5 , 1 eg A, ff A. ,Q A fm, H ,L Q , ,V .15 .Q.,. ,Q .A-' ' 3 jl Q 196 H 4 Ve, i W.. ian? if! 1 - .L I , ..,- -,e 1 i A 5 ' 35" ' + LA 1 . K A X. 1 K .nn X .QF f vi J i 3? ,Q Q F gil. if 5 i 9 if ar ay 'mf ' 'jf Q, -1? 'B 'yr ,s , ..,,,, .. ,. x First row: Cecelia Reuss Alice Bacon Tarrell Hunt, marigers. Second row Joan Geiger, Connie Dairah, Geiaidine Bloom, Sharon Alger, Alice Rae 'aham, Dorothy Braaten, Mary Ann Jackson, Linda Barnard, Kay Dodge C J. Thibault. Third row: Judy Ludwig Janice Baker, Mary Engle, Char Boles Birbna Wall ice Dime Martin Dorothv Bennett Miss Pink Inn an Nanev Frank Joinne Bolmi Lola Walker Judv Reuss Chiistx Fatkenthall Robbm Gordon l,osing all but one game in the lall. the girls' tennis practiced every lree minute to be ready lor their tournament in tlie spring. livery Monday and VVednesday during period six and alter school. weather permitting, the girls filled tlie tennis courts prac'tit'ing their serves, drives and lobs. Dorothy liraaten and Donna Graliain were t'o-tiap- tains lor tlie lall semester and Geraldine Bloom and Mary Ann Jackson tiaptained the spring team. Managers lor tliis year were 'llarrie Hunt, head man- ager, Cecelia Reuss, assistant manager, and Alice Bacon, Papoose manager. Captains: First row: Dorothy Braaten, fall, Miss Pinkham, adviser, Mary Ann spring. Second row: Donna Graham, fall: Geraldine Bloom, spring. Linda Randall, upper right, and Donna Graham, lower right, are shown during one of the many practice matches the team plays. enra- Above- Managers: Sharon Witt, Yvonne Taylor, lvlnrgziret Bruce, Peggyzmne Upper Left- Referees: Front row: Tarrell Hunt, Lois Richards, Alice Rae Helbig. Second row: Florence Humphries, Lower Left-Reaching for the Harris, Julie Wilcox, Alice Rae Collins. Carol Chzirest. Sandra llilllf oltl gym wus at busy place zilter school w the girls were hztving their baskethzill tournznnen during tlzuiuztry. VVith 21 rettorcl ol' eight wins and no tleleztts, th Utltls :intl Encls, eziptztinecl by Dianne Pence. Wm first place. Other teams ztncl eztptztins were: nFl'CSlllllCll Fil lies," Shirley l-Iaegele: 'Snuggy Pzttrolf' 'lztnice Sip: "Kintups," Shirley Sexsong "'l'ziytliz1t.es." lizilhy Lui Len: "Bouncing lleztut.ies.', Bonnie UllflCl'll2lllll "Roni per Redskins," Dezinclzi Sylteg "Kute, Kzisuztl. Iirztz Kats," Carol Quarles. ztncl "Scorers," -lucly liivker stall. Miss B21I'lJ2llill Simpson. girls' PE teacher. was it clizirge. WINNING TEAM- First row: Alice Rue Collins, Sandra Smith, Carol Wilcox, Marilyn Fried. Second row: Bev Harris, Joan Geiger Linda St ards, Virginia Huliek. MMQK. 1'2Z1'3v 'Q-'DI' 'X' INTON - First row: Joanne Bolina, Sharon Boles, Carol Quarles, Pat Beam, Barbara Swanson. Second row: Margaret Duckett, Janice Sipe, Lola W'alker. Linda Poulin. Seam anal Margaret Duekeil. Look l'irsL place in Llie girls' inLramural cloubles baclminubn tournament in February. Vvllllllllg Lwo out of Lliree games, Lliey cle- Iealecl Lincla Poulin and Janice Sipe. Other linalisis were Carol Quarles, Lola VValker, Sharon Holes ancl .lean Custer. xlunior-senior singles were playefl in March ancl April lkmllowecl by llie lresliman-sophomore tourna- mem. Girls who aLl.encle4l the Lournamenl games regularly were awarclecl PE make-ups ancl gym poinls Lowarcl Llieir all-activity sliielcls and sLars. Miss liarbara Simpson supervised the Lournamem. -Dorothy Bennett and Carrie Unger. managers, check the scores of the Upper right-Backed up by team mate Janice Sipe, Linda Poulin reaches a high one. Lower right-Margaret Duckett seems to be concentrating intently on a championship game. ...fe Above-Getting ready for the games are Janet Epply and Janet Piper Upper left-Miss Barbara Simpson, coach. Lower left-She's 1 Underdahl just makes it to first base as Carrie Unger is about to catch "'l121k0 1110 out Lo 1110 ball 0211110 . . . 1' D Six 10211115 ol'gi1'lsol'1b21ll Clll1ll1Sl2lSlS, 1ioz11i11011 by Mis. SlIllPSOIl, 11101 211 7:30 a.111. o11 April lllOl'lllllg'S lo 11121 ll single ro111111 robin o1'so1'Lb21l1 ol' 1'iv0 g'211110s. 111 May, 21 group ol' girls Llll'llCC1 out lior 1110 2111111121 in1ra11111r211 Ll'2lCli 111001. 'l'h0y 1'o11111 P2ll'llCllJ2lLC i11 1110 l'Cl2iy 12110, 50 211111 75 y21r11 Cl21SllCS, shot put, 13021111 211111 high j11111ps, 200 21111 370-y21r11 11ash0s, 211111 b21s0h211l Zlllll bas1101b2111 l1ll'0lV. for 11is121111'0. SOFTBALL- First row: Pat Schirmer, Nora O'H21ra, Penny Lane, Alice Rae lins, Jennifer Eacho, Betty Hclbig, Sandra Gallemorc, Kathy Wahl, Bzirbara nelle, Linda Kemp. Second row: Elaine Peterson, Carrie Unger, Linda Ayers, dee Laughlin, Bonnie Underdahl, Barbara Lingle, Sharon B011-fs, Julie Wilcox, du Edburg, Sharon Knudson, Judy Tobiason, Lyndu Blangcrs, Third Pauling, Sherry Hindmen, Judy Bizier, Alice Bacon, Jeannie Christensen, Moore, Georgeanne Jackman, Dianne Hatch, Nancy Aagarcl, Jo Green, Lois man, Linda Poulin, Shirley Scxson, Kay B1'11n1-110. Uiilivl X 'UM' NNING TEAM - First row: Kathy Saccomanno, Kathy Wahl, Bev Harris, Lynda Blangers, Marion Humphries. Second row: Marjorie Nakagawa, Karen Crosbie, Wilma Johnson, Janet Peightai, Six Leams, composed oi' llill girls, entered Lhe volley- ball Louriiameiit in November with each Leam play- ing a Lolal of five games. Team ll, eaptaiiiecl by Bev Harris, won lfirsl place in a play-elif. ILS record was five wins and one defeat. Captains of the OLl1Cl' teams were: Beuy Helbig, Leam lg Geraldine Bloom, team Illg Linda Shriver, team IVQ liorna Uvermyer, Leam V, and 'lleressa Counlrynian, Leam VI. Miss Barbara Simpson was iii charge of the 1.01111121- menl. games which were played in the olrl gym. Managers: Judy Reuss, Sharon Mills. Janet Piper, Dolores Reinbold. Up- -Kathy Wahl watches as Wilma Johnson returns the ball over the net. Lower right- Karen Crosbie reaches for the ball as Kathy Saccomanno waits to assist her. """-.. 'N-., K 1 wi X A. Q. . I? ' 23? ,E 1 xx "Ni 3 o-uma Wi, , 55 3 ,fs fame 1 4 6 ,fx . f fe X S N Q 4 .fy 3 ' ,mf 5-Q 1 ga , , - ' 4. 3 -Q44 was sh Af V7 Q5 NA - , -M A B :T ,..1v. , gp . LT. kg 59, .R 'fu , Q, . , ulf Sl wh, x Vg ty 4 ' - 'Z Lb-. -f f fe A Q' 'Q 4 ? W ? f g f f i 1 L-'- may H W as K,,.L 1, ,fgie-Xififil, .' K' 'QW-ikgik , V + 1 wggg L ' f " 'M-S. : M ' w w' . , 14- M M if f'fQ.5"SL I gift, -- fV7Kf..Q'M ,M X ' 1 ' ' K sw K Q . 7 K ggsirgrqg yi? -5 ,., ' 5 5 , QQ. Above- Managers Bonnie Raney and Dianne Hatch check the roll of the are swimming. Upper left-Nliss Elsa Pinkham, swim coach. Lower left Warfield is demonstrating the correct way to do the breast stroke. l,Cl'lnClTl.illg Lheir slrokes ancl passing lhe Real Cro. LesLs were Lhe main objeelives ol' Lhe alter-school swii groups clireetecl by Miss Elsa Pinkham. Amlvanciecl and beginning swimmers alike were urge Lo Lurn ouL every Monday alter school lo learn lh principal rules ol' water salely ancl Lo become expel' encecl swimmers. Free swim, races ancl Recl Cross Lesl were the high lighls. Gym points lowarcl all-aclivily shielcls anfl stars wer awarclecl Lo those who parlieipalecl regularly in Llmi sport. One gym make-up was given lor each Lime a gii Lurnecl oul, lor Lhe elass. SWIMMING-First row: Sandra Gallemore, Joyce Greenwood, Marilyn Lynda Blangers, Second row: Julie Warfield, Joyce Hensleo, Karen Moore, Dianne Hatch. T7 f-up , L 'T-W 49 5 J ,777 I M1 'Q 2 O Cassclnian. Third row: Janet Pcightal, Kathy Saccomanno, Jan Ov '5- 'if 'TZ- GYM MONITORS-First row: Bonnie Sommervillc, Mardell Jacobson, Nlary Ann Jackson, Liz MONITORS- First row: Dorothy Pockrus, Janet Piper, Lois Richards, Virginia Hulick, Carol Maund, Karcn Graupner, Karcn Second row: Phyllis LaBarge, Carol Glass, Nora O'Hara, Dawn Hetrick, Hazel Lee, Carrie Unger, Elaine Peterson, Carol erhauser, Kay Newland, Christy Fackcnthall, Julie Warfield, ,n sw ,litlfi -'f..,!Mv- Qs, .., 'Sf-Y Vaughn, Linda Ayers. Second row: G l H d ' ks, IVIarl5s Horn. 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D Class of 58 "f4" F - rorn ' A EDBREAD Spokane 'Y -1. g HITEQIRICH Youth for Christ W o Rallies " 0 Bible Clubs 0 Funspirations The Pngmium Dfffffm , QUALITY BREAD Phil Adams and Stu lllacPha1l A ...65 agard, Nancy ...... dams, Barbara. . . dams, Catherine. . . dams, Gail .................. dams, Raymond .......,...... iken, Maureen ............... kan, Alice ......... .67 95 107 kan, Sally ..... lbert, ...19, 100,' Sharon... ..... 1 Beele .. . .84 .64 ,'i2'1' 104, 112, lbert, William ................... lberts, Deanna .................. lberts, George ..... 86, 154, 165, 171 lberts, Tom ............. 83, 154, lberts. Veronica. . . lbo, Ronald ....... lbrecht, Bobbie. . . . lbright, Robert ..... ..... . . . .64 69, 161, lderson, Jeanne ............... 19, Betts, Fred ......... lger, Sharon .......... 19, 110, 141, lkire, Dennis ............ ..... 6 7 llen, Eugene ...... 76, 161, 164. 170, llen, Gordon ........... 85, 165, 171 llen, Jerrilynn .................. llen, Lois ........... ...... llison, Miss Muriel .... ........ lmeida, Carolyn ..... ......... ltman, Patricia ...... . . . 19, 121 mbrose, Mr. Tom .... ....... msden, Kent ....... .... 1 9 nastasio Kathy .... ..... nderson, Ardyth. . . . . .74, , nderson, Charles. . . . . . . nderson, David .... . . Anderson, Dave N.. . . ..... . . . . . nderson, Gary .................. Anderson George ...... 19, 118, 144, Anderson Howard. . . ........ . . . . Anderson Anderson Jean... Judy ..... .85 Anderson Kay ....... . . .86 Anderson, Kermit .... .... Anderson Lloyd .... . . Anderson Lucianne. . . ....... . . . . Anderson, Maureen ............... Anderson, Patricia ...... 19, 110, 112 Anderson, Stephen. .86, 155, 165, 171, Anderson, Mr. Thomas .... .. .... 15, Andrews, Merry Ann ....... . ..... . Norman .... Ronald .... Anstis, Carol ...... Anton, Emily .... Appel, Ruth .... Appell, Jerene. . . Aris, Richard ...... Armour, Jerry ....... Anselmo, Anselmo, Armstrong, Dennis .... . . Arnett, Lucille ,..... Ashlock, Dennis .... Atkinson, Gerald .... Aubin, Frances .... Audel, Don ...... Auer, Kenneth. . . Ault, Dale ...... Ault, Meredith. . . . . . Aune, Marie. . . . . . . .. .76, '.'. 'iss ..'.'55' .....74 ....85 .....2O 119, .....70 Ayers, Linda ........... 78, 191, 194, B Babcock, Carolyn. . . . . . .75, Babkirk, Donald ............... 64, Babkirk, Howard ............ 20, 140 Bacon, Alice ........ 78, 189 191, 194, Bacon, Barbara ...... 20, 96, 132, 152, Bacon, William ........... ....... Bailey, Pennysue ......... ....... Bailey, William .... ...65, 95, 102, 114, 161, Bailie, William ................... 130, 133, 184 191, 196, Baker, Mr. Arthur ........ .... 1 .26, Baker, Evelyn ....... . . ..... . . Baker, Janice ...... ...76, 191, Balderson, Alan .... . Baldwin, Toni .... Ball, Julie ...... . .71, Ballo, Dennis. . . . Banning, John .... . . Barckert, Kaye. . . . . . Bare, Ted .........,...... Barker, Dorothy ........... Barnard, Linda. .18, 20, 90, Barnard, Mr. Robert ....... Barnes, Barbara ...... . . . Barnes, Jerry ....... Barnes, Kathryn. . . 178, .78, 87, . .20, 97 Q5"1bb" 1 .....11, 194 . 19 116 107 . 77 . 65 186 113 . 19 . 87 . 19 177 164 153 180 . 80 . 72 151 191 1122 174 1 77 77 66 13 77 87 123 183 131 119 .87 .74 .75 155 150 .82 .71 . 80 189 . 19 . 68 1 79 19 86 177 121 .82 . 63 . 19 . 69 . 19 153 . 20 115 168 115 153 95 . 72 .70 .63 70 177 , 63 199 116 155 154 199 184 . 68 .20 111, 110 .69 203 139 . 75 196 179 . 64 . 20 . 74 154 152 . 74 . 66 128, 112 .87 .20 .81 Barnes, Patricia .... ...... 2 0, Barnes, Roberta .... . . .77, 107, Barratt, Stephen. . . ..... . . . . Barrett, Fern .... .......... Barrow, Charles. . . . . .70, 122, Barrow, Joe ....... ......... Barthule, Shirley .... ........ Barton, Gary ....... . . .20, Barton, Patricia. . . . . . . . Bass, Charles ............. . . . Battan, Howard ............... Battin, Nancy ................. Baumgartner, Mrs. Marilee .... . Beam, Pat ............ 21, 113, Bean, Roger ..... .......... Beard, Sandra... Beaton, George. , . Beatly, Richard . . . Beaver, Barbara ...... Beaver, Mrs. Helen... Beavers, Becker, Darlene. , . Becker, Gerry. . . Becker, Larry .... Becker, Ron ..... Beehler, Becky. . . Pamela Y, - Belieu, Donna .... Bell, Keith ..... Bell, Ralph ...... Bell, Robert ........ Bennett, Bonnie ..... Bennett, Dorothy .... Sandra ..... . . .......77, ....70, 102, .......83, 77, 115, 189, Bennett, Judyth ,......... ..... Bennett, Mr. Lowry. Bensel, Judy ......... Benshoof, Karen ..... ..... Bentley, Ruth .... Berendes, Carol. . . Berendes, Jerry. . . . Bergfalk, Marna. . . . . .21, Bertrand, James. . . . . . . . . . Bickerstaff, Judith . . . ...84, Biesen, Carl ........ Bigelow, Thomas .... Bilyeu, Sandra. . . . Bischoff, Steve. . . Bishop, David .... Bishop, Joanne ...... 21, 96, Bishop, Richard. . . Bisset, Stephen ..... ....63, 109, Bizier, Judy ............ 79, 152, Biorklund, Esse. .63 99, 1.22, 154, Blair, Mr. Dale .......... 11, 63, Blaisdell, Joanne.. Blake, John ...... Bland, Mr. Robert. Blangeres, Marvin. . . Blangers, Linda ...... Bloom, Gerald ..... Bloom, Geraldine .... Bloomfield, Carol .......... Blossom, Annie ..... Blossom, Kenneth . . . Boeh, Sharon ....... ........12 . .... . . .21, 21, 112, 113, .......86, 173, , , 194, Bofto, Janet .... 21, 100, 113, 114, Boies, Robert ................. Bolen, Gerald ................. Boles, Sharon ........... 71, 191, Bolrna, Joanne ...... 67, 120, 186, Bombino, Sharon .......... .... Bomstad, Clarine .......... . . . . Bonamy, Don ...... . . .76, 155, Bonamy, Mr. Donald ........... Bondahl, Gary ........... ..... Bonin, Mary ............ 22, 100, Bonser, Susan .... . ...... . . Book, Constance. . . .... . . . . Book, William ..... ..... Bostrom, Patricia .... .... 7 5, Bowen, Nancy ................ Bowman, William ............. Braaten, Dorothy ........ 22, 107, Bradbury, Linda .... Bradford, Mr. Lowell. , Bradford, William, . . Brady, Jerry ....... Bragg, Stanley. . . Braun, Jim ...... Braun, LaVerna. . . Breeden, Jerry ,.... Breeden, Susan ..... Bremner, Keith .... Brennan, John ..... Brenton, Michaelyn. Brett, Joline ....... ".16'15"" ,98, . . . . .22, 98, ........79, .77 93107 1 1 1 feb' '1bS' 'ibs' 1 1 1 158 153 . 20 . 20 180 116 . 76 162 . 76 177 115 . 78 , 15 193 183 .68 . 71 . 21 . 87 15 78 70 . 74 170 196 204 116 . 78 .69 . 69 179 153 193 . 87 159 190 . 64 146 . 77 154 152 . 21 177 186 . 21 116 . 73 178 . 76 202 116 164 194 179 181 . 66 . 73 115 180 198 179 191 .21 121 155 .FO 206 . 67 .21 194 193 . 82 . 22 183 183 154 207 . 63 121 . 75 103 . 22 . 72 191 . 84 145 161 . 77 . 22 153 . 82 179 189 . 75 .22 123 186 Bright, Karwyn. . . . . . . . . Brinson, Dan ...... .......... Briscoe, Mrs. Laura ...... 11, 65, Britt, Clint ............. 68, 93, 168. Broadwell, Mr. Vern ............ 14 Brockway, Bruce. . . .... . . . Broderius, Robert. . . . . . . Broesch, Paulette .... . . .86, Bronowski, John. . . . . . 73, Bronowski, Stanley . . . Brookman, Virginia .... ..... Brooks, Loretta .... . . . . . .78, Brooks, Marilee ....... ..... Brown, Carl ............ ....... Brown, Donald Winston ....... 22, 87 Brown, Don G. .,....... . . Brown, Fred ............. Brown, Freda ..... . . .63 Brown, Freeman. . . . . . Brown, Linda ....... . Brown, Lonna ........ Brown, Mrs. Patricia. . . Brown, Riley ........ Brown, Robert ...... Brown, Russell. . . . . . Bruce, Carol ..,.. .... Bruce, Margaret. . . . . .68, Bruck, James ....... .... 102 ' 165, Brunelle, Barbara. . . Brunelle, Kay ..... Brunette. Marian. . Bruya, Robert ..... Bryant, Donna ..,. Bryson, Larry ..... Buck. Marflaret .... Buckles, Sharon. . . Buell, Donna Mae. Buell. Fred ....... Bunch, Roger .... Bundy, Joan ..... Burch, Charles .... Burchett, Donald. . . Burdick, John ,.... .164 .... iii' 151, ......85, -23. i1'3', 118, Burdick. Roberta .... . . .64, 121 Burge, Emerson. . . . . . .83, Burge, Glen ..... . . . . Burge, Len .... . . . Burger, Henry. . . Burke, James ..... . Burke, William ....... Burkhardt, George .... Burney, Paul. . . . . . '14 '1 1 fi, ffis. . 22, 186, .73. .83 144 145, fiz, 165, . 140 145 151 115, .8l, 1 1 1 Burns, Marlene .... ........ .... Burnside, Mary .... ............ 6 4 Buroker, Lynne .... . . .110, 116, 153 Burris, Richard .... . , .74, 144. 150, Burrows, Warren. . . ........ . . . . Bursch, Carol ..... ........... Bursch, Clifford. . . .... . . . . Burtness, Byron ...... .... 7 6, 92, Buschbacher, Lorna. . . . . . . . . . Bussard, Sherman. . . .... 67. Butler, Billie Jo ..... . . .75, Butterfield, Dale. . . . . . Buxton, Joan ....... . . Buxton, Judith ....... . 1 C Cady, Donna .... . . . . . . Cafaro, Ronnie .... ..... Callahan, Patricia. . . . . .78, Calvert, Carol. ....... . . .78, Campbell, Carl .......... . . . Campbell, Mr. Keith .... ........ Campbell, Larry ....... ......... Campbell, Sharon ................. Campbell, Thelma Irene .... 23, 100, ' 186, Carlson, John ......... ....... ' . Carlson, Sharon. . . . . . Carlton, Sharon .... ....... Carmichael, Donald. . . Carnahan, Amanda. . . ....78, Carney, Mickey ............ . . . Carpenter, Deanna ......... . . . Carpenter, Gary ........ 80, 102, Carpenter, Gayle. . . Carper, Denny .... . . . Carper, Leon .... Carper, Richard . ..... Carroll, Jean ..,.......... Carroll, Miss Madeline ....... 15, Carstens, Lyle ...... 79, 118, 120, Carter, Burniss ....... . . . Carter, Kathlyn. . . 119, .74, .az, 119, .24, .66, 166 144, 149, .69 .68 111 179 76 .72 . 87 189 161 . 86 196 121 . 70 . 79 134 . 70 176 189 . 76 87 67 76 . 22 . 75 163 . 72 192 .72 194 104 . 22 150 83 155 . 83 . 66 . 22 134 . 76 .23 177 154 155 186 155 . 23 .23 T0 164 .23 . F3 . 23 . 72 197 186 152 . 63 . 86 . 23 128 . 72 144 150 . 23 . 23 . 85 .av .84 146 119 .70 . .s .72 .sz 1.21, 204 '.23 .77 .23 .23 121 162 197 164 .87 .23 117 117 .84 121 1454 164 . 24 . 24 217 COI'h8l'l, Sh81'Ol'l ....... . Erickson Cooley, James. . . . Coon, Mrs. Ruth .... Cooper, Richard .... Corigliano, Benny . ..... Corkins, Gary ..... Corrigan, Janice .... Cortner, Brick ..... Cosby, Craig .... Cotter, Gary. . . Cotter, Sue ........ Cotter, Terry ....... Cottrell, Ray .......... .'25' '56 ' iii . 1163,- ........6B, . ...71, 111, Countryman, Donna .... ...... Countryman, Teressa. . . . . . .67, Countryman, Vivian. . . . . . . Couture, Joan ....... . . . Edwards, Gordon ...... . i 25 12 76 25 47 179 140 151 . 66 . 73 . 25 . 86 . 25 . 73 . 25 121 . 25 . 63 Couture, Jon ....... . . .73 Cowan, Ronald .... .. .25 Cowin, Carol. . . . . .83 Cox, Donna ....... .......... . 78 Coyer, Gary ..................... .25 Cozzetto, James .......... 85, 93, 116, 183 Cozzetto, Sharlene ................ .63 Craggett, James Patrick ..... .82, 178, 180 Cramer, Patricia ........ ....... . 25 Crawford, Charles ..... .... 6 4, 182 Crisp, Bruce ....... ....... . 25 Crosbie, Karen .... . . .79, 189, 195 Crouse, Kathleen. . . ...... . .87 Croyle, June ...... . . .... 25, 153 Culbertson, Don ...... ..... . . .87 Cunningham, Carlene. . . ....... . .80 Cunningham, Robin .... . . .83, 115, 197 Cunningham, Shirley. . . ........ . .82 Currie, Ronald ...... .......... . 26 Curtis, Suzanne .... .... 2 6, 110, 186 Custer, Jean ..... ....... 64 , 115 Cyr, William .... ....... . 82 Clark, Annette .... .... 8 0, 197 Clark, Loren .... .... 8 0, 115 Clark', Raleigh ..... .... . 24 Clark, Richard ..... ...... . 74 Clayton, Carolyn .... . ....... 83, 119 Clayton, George ..... ........ 6 4, 119 Clemensen, Joyce .................. 24, Clute, Delbert ...... ...84, 163, 171, 177 Clutter, Doris ..... ......... 6 7, 152 Coble, Chris. . . ......... . .24 Coffey, Gene .... ....... 8 4, 181 Coffey, John .... . . .86, 165, 181 Cogley, Sharon ............ 24, 105, 121 Coleman, Karen .............. .80, 189 Collett, Jo ....................... .80 Collins, Alice Rae..24, 91, 108, 110, 111, .112, 118, 120. 129, 144, 186, 191, 192, 194, 208 Collins, Barbara ..... ...... ....... . 8 7 Collins, Jerry ..... .......... . 87 Collins, Thomas ....... .... 7 4, 160, 179 Collins, Wallace .......... ...... 1 64, 180 Congdon, Mrs. Dorothy .... 11, 66, 110, 135 Congdon, Myron .... 66, 112, 145, 155, 180 C0l'1k1ll'l, Judy .......... 66, 94, 110, 111, 1.20, 186, 208 Conlon, Constance. . . ......... . .24 Connors, Judith ..... . . .68, 140, 153 Connors, Michael. . . ...... . .71 Conover, Donna. . . .... 77, 121 Conrath, Harvey .... .... 2 5, 115 Contos, Darlene .... , . . .25 Conway, Michael. . . , , . ,65 C0019 Gary. ....... .... . 75 Cook, Lawrance .... .... . . .82 Cook, Marianna .... .... 8 5, 116 Coolballgh, Jerry. . . .... 64, 161 Caruso, Nick ....... .... 8 2, 183 Cash, Linda ......... ....... . 63 Caspersen, Marjorie .... ...... 2 4, 107 Caspersen, Stanley... .... 71, 178, 180 Casselman, Carol ..... ....... 7 5, 199 Cassidy, David ........ . .... 64, 140 Castagna, Margaret .... . .... .85 Ceder, Terrence .......... .... 6 7, 140 Chance, William Edward... .... 81, 180 Chandler, Mr. Charles ..... . .13, 65 Chandler, Mrs. Dorothy... .... 12 66 Chaplin. Carole ......... . . .66, 191 Chapman, Myrl ............... ..... 6 6 Chapman, Sterling ............ ..... 7 6 Charest, Carol .......... 24, 109, 186, 192 Chatterton, Larry ....... ....... 7 4, 176 Cheroke, Steve ..... ............. 7 3 Chetude, Delores. . . .... .24 Chesrown, Judith ..... ........ 6 8 Christensen, Jenny. . . .... 65, 194 Christie. James ..... ....... . 24 Christlieb, Fred ..... . . .86, 154 Chrysler, Beverly .... . . .86, 189 Claflin, Patricia .... ...... 6 5, 186 Clapp, Cherry .... . ............ 86 Clapp, Earlene ..... .... 2 4, 117, 152 Clapp, Richard .... . . , . . .77, 115 2I8 I D Dalsanders, Bruce. . . Engle, Mary. Engstrom, James 67 102 6 Engstrom, Sally.27 95 96 97 110 Enos, Jacquelyn Daly, Clark ......... Dalzell, Barbara ........ . . Damon, Miss Patricia. . . D'Andrea, Mrs. Lela .... .. . Daniel, Gene... . . . . . . Daniel, Phyllis ....... . Daniels, Sylvia ...... ...... . . . . Danielsen, Betty Jo ......... . . . Darrah, Connie ...... 26, 106, 110, Epling, Diana Eppley, Janet..27, 109, 120, 186 Erickson, Bonnie Erickson, Gary Erickson, Gene .... 18 27 94 98 Erickson, Kenneth Erickson, Norman Erickson Mr. Norman Sandra Daschbach, Mary .............. Daugherty, Karen ..... Daugherty, Margaret. . . . . Daves, Mrs. Adeline. . . . Davidson, Coline ..... Davidson, Sharon. . . '. '. '. tif Davis, Barbara ....... Davis. Mr. Daniel ..... ....66 ....69, Davis, Donald .......... . .... . . Davis, Jamie .................. Davis, Jerry. . . . . .26, 99, 1.22, Davis, Linda .... ........ Davis, Michael. . . ....... . . . . Davis, Raymond ............... Davis, Robert ...... 98, 126, 141, Davis, Terrin. . . ......... . . . . Day, Judith ..... ........... Dea, Terry... . . .. Dean, Douglas ...... Dearing, Delmer .... DeChenne, Sharon. . . DeLoach, Dana ..... DeLoney, Virginia. . . DeLoney, William .... DeLonge, Don ...... DeMers, Thomas .... ........ DeMinter, Kathie. . . ..... . .77 Denton, Douglas .... .. .71, 122, Denton, Valerie .... ....... Derogatis, Judy ............. 68, DeRoshia, Charles ........ ..65, DeVidal, David ............... Dewey, James. . . . . .67, 102, 114, DeWitt, Daniel . . .......... 83, Dickey, Darlene .............. Dickey, Dianne ............... Diedrick, Mr. William .... 13, 67, Dishno, Duane ............... Distad, Arlene ................ Dixon, Larry. ............... . . Dodge, Kay. . . .26, 57. 90, 92. 109. Dodge, Mike. . . . .... . ..... . . . Doherty, Susanne ............. Donohue, Sandra .... Douglas, Harold .... Drader, Marilyn ..... Driftmeyer, David. . . Droden, John ....... Duckett, Margaret. . . Dudley, Roger .... Dueweke, Helen .... Duffy, Nora .... . Duff Pete y, . . . . . Duke, James. . .... ..... ..... . Duncan, Connie. . . ......... 3 96 Duncan, Diane ..... 26, 9 , ,bi Dunn, Michael .............. 67 Dunphy, Mrs. Gladys ..... .... Dunsworth, Vemon .... DuPree, James ...... Durcan, Barbara. . . Duty, Walter ..... Duvall, Elva .... . . . E Eacho, Jennifer ...... Eakins, Gary. . . Eakins, Joyce. . . Earle, Robert .... Eckberg, Robert .... Edburg, Linda .... Eddy, Dennis ........ fffii. . . .79, Eddy, Lois ............... . . . Eddy, Rosemary .............. Eddy, Susan ..... 77, 92, 102, 110, Edinger, Ed ................. Edmonson, Linn. . . . . . Edwards, Mary Anne .... . . . Egger, Darlene ..... .. Eickerman, Linda .... Eickerman, Lynn .... Elbrecht, Brian ..... Ellis, Gail ....... Ellsworth, James. . . Elmore, John .... Elvigan, Janice .... . . Emehiser, Wayne .... Emerson, Richard .... Emoto, Thomas .... Emry, Ronald .... Engle, Linda .... .. .74, . Ernst, Connie Ertz, Phyllis. Ettenborough, Thomas Evans, Gail.. Evans, Jerry Eveland, Darlyne Ewell, Sharon Exley, Mr. Burrill Fackenthall, Christy. .87 Fahlman, Luerettla Fair, David. . Fair, Roy. . . Faler, Monty. Falkowski, Darlene Falkowski, Walter Fanazick, Richard Fanning, Gary Fanning, Julie Farris, David Farup, Gale. . Featherly, Gerry Featherstone, Jean Feighner, Neil Feldhusen, Mr. Edward Felker, Dave. Fell, Barry.. Ferguson, Arlyne Ficklin, Carole Fields, Shirley Fifield, Elaine Fifield, Larry Finch, Jacqueline Finke, Kenneth Fish, Julie.. Fisher, Karen Fisher, Mary Lee Fitzpatrick, Judith Fladeland, Kay Flaherty, William Flatt, Aloma. Flatt, William Flatten, Karen Fleenor, Darlene Fleenor, Sherry Fleischauer, Linda Fletcher, Patricia Flint, Russell Floyd, David. Flynn, Patricia Forbes, Judy Forbes, Kermit Foreman, Ronald Forrester, Marilyn Forrey, Frances Fort, John. . . Foskin, Mrs. Agnes Foster, Russell Foster, Thomas Fouts, Pamela Fowlds, John Fowle, Mr. Gordon Fowler, Peggy Fox, Michael Fox, Theresa. Frampton, Therrea Frank, Irene. Frank, Nancy Franks, Richard Franks, Sharon Franz, Rita.. Frazer, Gerald Freeman, Nancy Freeman, Pete Fremstad, Carol French, Carol Fried, Marilyn Frucci, Dominic Frucci, Patricia Frye, Judith. Fuhriman, Thomas Fyfe, Douglas Gage, Dale . . Gaines, Vern Galbraith, Roberta 28 122 28 92 28 1.2 2 17 , ,114, ............6,140, . . , , ,120. ..f.'ff.'ffIfIffIIIf'ii.' ,190, ..IIIIfIIIIfIzi:i.'i:2-i.' . . . .105, "'IIIIIIIIfIIfi4 "'ffIffIIfIIfffIIsid.' F , 102, 189, 191, III111II2I1111IIIZiai.' ............78,189, ...........87, 113, '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. f.'.'aio'.'i6-i,' IIIIIIIffIffIIIIfI64.' Fitzsimmons, fIIIIIIIIIIIII"."".' '1I11IIZZI1111I21i5. " ............... 84, IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII65. ......... , 0, ".'.'.'.'ziaj 'obj '116,' iid, ..1IIIII1lii.'ii:i,'i'6. .'fffffffff'izi,'idi,'idd. 178, 110, 'IIIIIIIIIIIIIIII6i, I .' .' .' .' .' ' i69',' iii, ..........29,l09,186, ....80, 164, 170, 3, .....IIIfIfIIfi6,'is14. G alipeau, Gary .... allemore, Sandra .... alt, Mary ....... ambill, ,David ..... arberg, Marlene. . . arcea, Richard. . . ardner, Claudia. . . ardner, Ellen .... argano, Marie. . . askell, Shannon. . . aspard, Nancy. . . ates, James ..... attis, Marvin . ........ ausman, Kay. . . . . . . f f7d,' 109,' 194, ....64, 178, '.'.'.'145,' 154, .....74, ...68, .........29, ..65, eiger, Joan....29, 94, 101, 106, 114, 1 emberling, Sharon. . eren, Lee.......... erike, Doris ........ erl, Deedy .... 69, 104, ' ' ' ' ' ' ibbert, Paula ....... iese, William ..... ilkey, Sandra ....... ill, Miss Dorothy .... ill, Mr. Edward ..... illespie, Mrs. Alice. ladder, Gail ........ lass, Carol ......... leason, Janet. . . len, Margaret. . . lenn, Carole .... lenn, Roxey ..... lenn, Sandra .... lenn, William .... lock, Ken ........ lover, Mr. Blair. . . lubrecht, Daryl. . . oebel, Verna .... oeller, John ..... oeller, Raymond. . . oerz, David ...... Goodman, Clive ...... Goodman, Gerald ...... Gooler, Mr. Robert. .. ordon, Buzz ........ Gordon, Marion ..... Gordon, Robbin ...... Gormley, Barbara .... Gornall, Carole ...... 30, 58, 1 14 Gorrell, Marlys. . . . . . Gorremans, Gary ..... Gorremans, Pamela. . . Gosselin, Lloyd ...... Gottbreht, William .... Graedel, Dennis ..... Gragg, Larry ..... Graham, Donna.. . . Graham, Mr. Leonard. .......14, 77, Grande, Louis ......... Granger, Jack ......... Grant, Miss Nancy. .. Gratton, Dennis ...... 91, 192, 68, 144 110, 120, 123, ' '.'.'.'7h, 199, . . . .sa, 153, . . . .75, 110, .fffi-i. .....75, ...76, 164, ......30, . . .30, 122, . . . . . .30, . f .' .' .' .71, ......66, 115, 4, ' 149: . ..... . . . . 77, . . .30, 166, 167, QIIIIIIISO. ......72, 155, ...B4, 165, 171, ..30, 107, 109, Graham, Harriet ...... Graham, John ........ . . . . .84, 165, . . . . .30, 155, .......13, 78, ..87, L22, 178, Graupner, Karen ...... ........72, Graves, Charlene .............. 84, Greco, Joseph ...... 30, 118, 144, 149, Green, Frances Jo. . . .69, 92, 128, 185, Green, Linda .............. 30, 109, Green, Patricia. . . .......... 69, Green, Robert ...... ..... 7 4, Green Sandra ....... ...... Greenwood, Alfred .... Greenwood, Joyce .... Griggs, Mr. James .... Griggs, Mrs. Mary .... Grinsteiner, Marianne. Griswald, Mr. Guy. .. Gronemeier, Fred ..... Groom, Walter .... Grow, Carol .... . . Gulliford, Dennis. . . Gustafson, Judy. . . Guy, Alice ...... . . . H Haegele, Richard ..... Haegele, Shirley ...... Hagen, Mr. Kenneth ...... 14, 68, 133, Hagreen, Starr ....... Hahn, Janice... . .. Hair, Beverly. . . . . Haisley, Howard. . . Haisley, Roger .... Hall, Warren ....... Hallgarth, Joan ....... Haltom, Mrs. Helen. . . Hamblin, Margaret .... Hamilton, Cheryl. . . Hamilton, Earl ...... Hamilton, Joye Ann.. ....63, .. .85, .. ...l4, . . . 13 '. '. '. '. 75, fffciri. .........86, ' .-...,111, ' 119, .fffff74. ...12, 09, .....31, .'.'.1s3f Hamilton, June. . . Hamilton, Les .... Hammar, Donald.. Hammond, James.. Hammond, Karen. . Hammond, Thomas. . . Haney, Mike ,... . . Hankel, J ack ..... Hanley, Arthur .... . . Hannan, Richard .... 31 Hansen, Jerry. . . Hansen, Rod ..... Hanson, David .... Harala, Karen .... Hardenbrook, Richard . Hardwick, Gary... Hare, Brad ....... Harless, Geraldine. Harman, Nancy ...... Harper, Richard. . . Harris, Beverly .... Harris, Marjorie. . . Harris, Norman. . . Harris, Phil ....... . . . . Harris, Ronald. . .... 85, Harrison, Barbara. Harter, Jeanne .... Hartle, Donelda. . . Hartman, John .... Hartman, Loretta. . . Hartney, Dan. . . . . Haskins, Kenneth ...... Hatch, Dianne .... .. . Hauschild, Joyce. . . . Havens, Jon ...... Hawkins, Ronald. . Hawley, Joanne. . . Hawley, Judy. . . Hayden, Lynne .... Haynes, Susan. . . Heaps, Lynne .... Heckel, Larry. . . Hedge, Karen ..... Hedstrom, Ron .... Heeter, Fred .... Hein, John .... Hein, Luanne. . . Heine, Florine. . . Heinen, Lee ...... Heinz Karen ..... 1-22, 103, . . .77, 87, . . . . .31 . ..,..6'7 . . . .78, -186,.190, ... .5.7, 155, 165, '.33,' ' 69,- '155, . . . . .79, . . .sa. ' '.32,' 119, ffffizi. Helbig, Betty .... 71,' ii 1, .1-12, 113, Helm, Robert ..... Helm, Ronald . .... Helsby, Sue ....... Hemmerling, Linda .... Hendrick, Harold . . Hendricks, Gayle. . . Hensel, Judy ..... Henslee, Joyce .... Henthorn, Marvin. . . Herriman, Carrol.. Hertzog, John ..... Hester, Jane .... Hester, Jerry. . . Hetrick, Dawn .... Heyer, Paula ...... Hiatt, Charles ..... Hickman, Richard. Higbee, Kenneth .... Hildahl, Jerry ..... Hildahl, Ronald. . . Hildesheim, Richard. . . Hill, Dale ........ Hill, Harvey. . . . . Hill, Rosalie ...... Hiller, Richard .... Hills, Gary ....... Hindman, Sharon. . Hines, Joe ........ Hinshaw, Mike .... Hintz, Adolph. . . Hirst, Saundra .... Hively, Jean ...... Hix, Mr. Earnest .... Hobbs, James . .... Hobbs, Mary Alyce. . . Hoering, Richard. . Hoerner, LeRoy. . . Hogan, Dennis .... Hohenstein, James. Hoitink, Steve .... Hole, Dolores ..... Holman, Jerry ........ Holmes, Mr. David. . . . . Holmes, James ...... Holmes, Janet ..... Holmes, Sherry. . . Holschen, Don .... Homick, Richard. . . Honey, Pamella. . . Honshell, George. . . . 64, . .87, . 77, 166, 169, 115, 112, 140, 116, 192, .69, 101, 171, 11-9, 102, 194, 117, .'70', f74, 149, .32, 190, ,32, '. 75, 188, 192. ,63, 98, 105, 129, 155, ....7s, ff .' .' .155, ...,110, 105, , 94, 110, 117, .....s7, 155, ' '. '. '. '. 74, 104, .'07, ....as, 113, ......32, ...67, 107, . .... 72, 77 'ffi3,' 09, 33, 270, 164, 159, 178, .' 3 7, Hood, Robert .... Hood, Stanley ..... Hooper, Barbara. . . Hooper, Gerald .... Hooper, Robert .... Hoops, Karl ...... Hopper, Janet ...... Hormel, Camille. . . Horn, Gerald ..... Horn, Marilyn .... ...33, .I,,z17,'1i7, .......33, .....69, ....79, Horn, Marlys ....... . .... 71, Houck, Miss Carol .... .... 1 3, 78, Howard, Carol ..... ..... 3 3, Howard, Jeanne .... Howard Judith .... Howard, Sharon. . . . Howlett, Robert. . . . Hubbell, Dennis .... Hudlow Donna .... Hudlow, Jerry ...... Hudson, Gary. . . Huellemann, Shirley. . . Huffman, William. . . Hughes, Barbara ........ Hughes, Linda ......... I I1I72.' 121 . . .33, 162, "'.70'12i Hulbert, Jon ..... . ............... Hulick, Virginia .... 33, 120, 121, 186, 192, Hull, Allen ...... ..... . . ..... . . Humes, Richard ....... .... Humphries, Florence .... . . . .71, Humphries, Marion. . . . . . . . . . .85 Humphries, Orin ................ 76, Hunt, ,Dorothea .................. Hunt, Tarrell ...... 70, 110, 186, 191, Hunter, Elinor ................... Hurley, Gary ........ ..... 6 6, 115, Hurley, Murl ....... . ...... 81, Hutchings, Lemuel ................ Hutchins, Albert ................. Hutchinson. Kay .... 66, 102, 103, 117, Hyer, Don ....................... I Ide, Clark ..... . ........ 64, Ingram, Gary ..... ............. Inman, Sandra .... ...74, 115, 186, Irwin, Ron ...... ...... 7 5, 145, Isaak, Anne ....... .......... Israel, Marilyn ....... .... 3 4, 119, J Jackman, Georganne. . . . Jackson, Erwin ........ .76, 147, 189, Jackson, Mary Ann. .34, 116, 186, 191, Jacobs, Albert ......... Jacobs, Ray. ...34, 99, 122, 134, 160, Jacobsen, Donna. . . . . . Jacobson, Carole. . . . Jacobson, Jerry. . . . Jacobson, Mardell. . . James, Carmen. . . . James, Tom... . . . . Jenkinson, Valerie. . . . . ....77, . .' I64, J ennings, Gary ........... .... 8 5, Jennings, Mrs. Marjorie .... ...... Jensen, Kathleen ......... . . .68, Jenson, Sherry ......... .... Jersild, Elice .... ...... Jess, Ronald .... . . .34, John, Ronald ...... .... 7 9, Johnson, Arlene .... ....... Johnson, Brita .... ..... Johnson, Donald ..... ..... 6 5, , J ohnson. Gary ........... ........ Johnson, Ivan. .34, 93, 155, 172, 173, Johnson, Jacqueline .............. Johnson, Janet ......... 67, 108, 120, Johnson, Jeanie .................. Johnson, Jeannette ....... . . . . . . Johnson, Jerry ...... . . Johnson, Joanne .... . .... . Johnson, Karen .... . . . . . 176 Johnson, Keith ...... .. .35, 91, Johnson, Kenneth .... . .... 86, Johnson, Lila ...... ...... Johnson, Lois ...... . .... 35, Johnson, Nancy .... ........ Johnson, Patricia .... . . .85, 111, Johnson, Terri .... ....... Johnson, Wesley. . . . . .66, Johnson, Wilma .... ..... 8 3, Johnston, David .... ........ Jones, Mr. Del .... .......... Jones, Don ...... .. .8l, 164, -TOMS, Jerry... .... Jones, John ..... ...... 7 5 Jones, Marilyn .... . . . ...... . . . . Jones, Mike .... ............... Jones, Ralph ........ 81, 93, 164, 170, Jorges, Carol ......... , .......... Joy, Gail Marie .... .. 153 .33 . 33 128 144 117 189 . 33 . 33 . 78 199 190 153 . 69 . 86 151 . 73 . 82 . 74 179 . 66 . 82 .54 151 .65 .73 187, 199 . 67 . 33 192 195 180 . 83 192 . 69 155 154 . 63 . 85 151 . 82 154 . 77 191 154 . 33 126 194 .34 199 .34 172 . 76 . 34 . 67 199 . 34 155 .34 165 . 15 146 .34 . 87 155 115 .34 .34 182 . 71 174 . 73 186 .34 . 79 . 87 . 71 . 70 117 181 .35 141 . 80 189 . 67 154 195 . 35 . 13 176 . 77 87 . 72 . 77 183 . 35 . 64 2I9 Justus, Carol .... Justus, Jerry ....... Justus, Kay ......... K Kaatz, Gary .......... Kafton, Ray ....... Kaufman, Charles. . . Keegan, Shirley. . . Keeling, Doris. . . Lidstone, Calvin. . . . . . . . Keen, John ..... Kellberg, Kay .... Keller, Berniece. . . Keller, Michael. . . Kelly, Colleen. . . Kelly, Dan ..... Kelly, Trudy ..... Kemmish, James. . . Kemp, Linda ..... Kenny, Sharon .... Kersul, George. . . Keys, Lynn ....... Kienbaum, Karen. . . Kilcup, Kermit .... Killin, Carroll ..... Kimmel, Kenneth ..... Kimmerly, Stanley .... Kincade, Leslie ..... King, Gary ...... King, Kippen, James. . . John ....... Kirkpatrick, Karen. . . Kirschkorn, Alice .... Klinert, Roberta ..... Knapton, Kay ........ Knight, Miss Imogene. . Knobel, Harlan. . . Knowels, Doris. . . Knowles, Jerry ...... Knudson, Sharon. . . Knutson, Larry .... Kobloth, Gary. . . Kobloth, Ronald. . . Koehler, Colleen. . . Koeppel, Gary .... Koeppel, Gaye. . . Kolb, James ..... Korst, Bernard. . . Kraft, George. . . Kraut, Dan ..... . Kreitz, Darell ..... Moe . .... 80 Kretz, Mr. Edwin .... Kringle, Kathie .... Kringle, Kenny ..... Kringlen, Marilyn. . . Kroetch, Daniel .... . Kroetch, William .... Kromm, Molly .... Kruger, Clyde .... Kuch, Roy ........ Kuch, William ...... Kuhlmann, Karlynn. . . Kuhrt, Roger ........ Kurle, John .......... Kurtz, Gary ............... Kyle, Jeff .... 68, 98, 122, 128, Kyle, Julia .......... Kyle, Lorraine ....... L LaBarge, Carol ....... LaBarge, Phyllis. . . Lacina, Larry .... Lacombe, Lynn. . . LaCosse, William .... Lacy, Alice ....... Ladwig, Judy ...... LaF1am, Sharon ..... Lambert, Beitina .... Lampert, Michael .... Lamphier, David .... Lamphier, Ed ..... Lamson, Warren. . . . Lancaster, James. . . . Lanberg, Ronald. . . Lane, Pennie ..... Lane, Quenn .... Lang, Ronald. . . Lang, Susan ..... Lanter, Judy ..... Lanter, William. . . Lanterman, Terry. . . Larson, Darrell. . . Larson, Gary .... Larson, Jeanette. . . Larson, Louise. . . Larson, Lynne ..... Larson Larson , Robert ...... Thomas. . . Lashbrook, Richard: l '. 220 . .85, 165, fffffiif ,..'14, . . '. 122,' 165, . .84, . . .36, fsisf 95,' 26, 128, . i5,' 70, . .65, 118, 161, 171, .35, .73, 122,' . .78, .71, 121, . 35, 163, 178, 115, . 35, . 82, 170, . 65, .' ds, ' . 35, 107, . 66, .64, 122, 105, 161, issif .74, .84, I24,' .3s, Iii' '116,' 102, 168, iisfif f'i5',' .71, . .70, 116,' .65, .. .73, . . 86, ......63, 102 .. .79, ....64 135: .v9, Laughlin, Sandra.. LaVine, Gloria.. Lawrence, Judith Lawton, Gary ..... . . . .79, 189, 194 .. .63, 106, 123, 136 .....63, 116, 155 Lee, Elinor ...... ........... 3 6 Lee, Hazel .... . . . .... 79, 199 Lee, Larry ..... .............. 6 6, 183 Lee, Laurin ........ 36, 122,-168, 173, 175 Lee, Margaret ......... . Ae- ........ . 84 189 Leingang, Kathleen. . Lemon, Bonnie ....... Lemon, John ........ ..........85, .....79 ..........36, 54 110 186 Lenhart, Sharon .... .... 7 3, 106, Lessig, Carolyn .... . . .37, 117, Leurer, Richard. . . ...... 80, 115 Lewis, Betty ..... .......... 3 7 Lewis, Douglas .... . . .78, 155, 180 .....76 McMurtrey, William. . . . . .76, 11 McNab, Patricia ....... . . . . . . .74, 1 McNamee, Elizabeth ........... .84, 1 McNew, Mrs. Lorraine .... 12, 71, 123, 1 McPhee, Norm ....... McPherson, Judith .... McVay, Judith ...... McVay, Roland. . . . Maddox, James. . . Madison, Fay ..... Madison, Patty .... Magnuson, John. . . Magstadt, James. . . Malerich, Gary ..... Maloney, Billie Jo .... Maloy, Audre ........ Liere, Sally ......... Lieske, Donald ................ 37 , Lincoln, Roderick ..... Lindstrom, Robert ..... Lingle, Barbara. . . .71, Lipps, Charlotte. . . . . . . Litten, Vicki .......... Littlemore, Jack ..... 154 119, 140, 194, 196 .........84, 131 Manfred, Mr. A. A.. .. .. .7 Malterner, Mr. John ...... 10, 12, 72, 10 Manuel, Marston, Steve ....... Martin, Arthur ..... Martin, Carolyn. . . Martin, Dan .... Martin, Diana .... Martin, Donald. . . Martin, Jerry. . . Martin, Robert ..... Martin, Rosemary. . . Marx, Dennis ..... Masterson, Ida ...... Mr. Mervin. . . . . .14, Litzenberger, Ann .................. 37 Livengood, Dennis ........ 37, 59, 166, 168 Livengood, Geraldine .... 63, 94, 121, 186 Lobdell, Don ................ 63, 95, 129 Lochridge, William. . . ........... . .87 Lof, Eugene ........ . . .37, 155 Long, Joan ....... . . .77, 153 Long, Susan ....... ...... 6 3 Losh, Doralene ..................... 68 Loutherback, Linda ............ 76, 189 Lovegren, Linden .... 37, 94, 106, 112, 117, 118, 144, 187 Lovell, Robert .... ................ 6 9 Low, Don .,.... . . . ............ . .87 Lowery, Marilyn ............... 85, 153 Lucas, JoAnne ..... .... 3 7, 113, 141, 196 Luce, Henry ...... .......... 8 7, 183 Luchini, Ernie ..... ............. 7 B Luders, Mr. Edward. . . . . .13, 71 Luiten, Kathie ...... .... 7 9, 152 Luke, John .... .. ...... ....71 Lull, Gary ........................ 71 Lundy, Janice .............. 68, 109, 117 Luschei, Erich .... 37, 56, 102, 114, 123, 182, 203 Lynn, Sheryl ...... Lyons, Mary Alice .... . ....... ..37 ......65 Materne, Richard .... Mather, Sharon. . . . . ........... 7 ...39, 6 ........79, 15 .........65, 16 ...39, 56, 94, 14 ......39, 10 .....14, 72, 101, ....69, 19 ...81, 18 ...39, 108, 109, 13 .......39, 106,11 ...39, 172, 173, 17 ...39, 110, 132, 18 Mathers, Arlynn. . . .......... . . .7 Mathers, Gary .... . ....... .... 8 Mathis, Joseph .... .... 3 9, 11 Maule, Robert. . . ........ 70, 14 Maund, Carol .............. 79, 188, 19 Maxwell, John ..................... 3 Maxwell, Rosalie ................. ..8 Mayhew, Maxwell Timothy.. .73, 145, 15 Mead, Linda Lou ................... 3 Meck, David ....................... 71 Meckelson, Kristy .... 69, 113, 117, 151, 19 Mehl, Sharon ................... . . .71 Meilleur, Paul .... Mellen, Vanetta. . . Mellgren, Larry. . . Mellstrom, Gary .... ....115, 154, 180 .........83, 176 Merkel, Dwight .... ............... 7 0 Merrick, Frank ..................... 40 Merrick, Walt .......... 72, 160, 172, 175 Merriman, Michael ................. 76 Merriman, Susan. . . . . Merriman, Tim .... Lyons, Jack ........ . . .37 Lyons, William ....... . . .37 M MacArthur, Bonnie. . . .... . .64 MacArthur, Connie .... ..... 8 6, 153 MHCCu110ch. Judy .... ...... 7 9, 199 MacPherson, Duana ........ 37, 118, 140 McAllister, Beverly ................. 71 McBride, Jerry ..................... 38 McBride, Jim .... 38, 98, 99, 122, 128, 160 McCaughan, Sandra ............ 67, 190 McChesney, Donna, ................ 38 McChesney, Karen .... McClenahan, James. . . McCoy, Deborah. . . , .....83 .63 McClintock, James ............. 38, 101 .79 111 117 121 151 187 McCoy, Jacqueline ............ 132, McCoy, John .... 18, 38, 92, 93, 128, 154, 178, 180 McCoy, Kenneth ................... 87 McCoy, Patricia ..... . . .38, 152 McCray, Richard ....... . . .38, 183 McCune, Dennis ......... ...86, 154 McDonald, Kenneth G.. . . . . . . . .74 McDonald, Kenneth D.. . . . . . . . .38 McDougall. Nancy .... . . .38, 196 McFarland, Roberta . . . McFarlane, Janice .... McGeorge, Robert .... ......38 ......70 .......71 ....... ..40 ....69, 183 Metcalf, Carol ....... ........ 7 9 Metler, Donald ........ ......... 4 0 Meyer, Mr. Russell ...... .... 1 0. 12, 79 Mhyre, Mr. Kenneth .... . . . 14, 73, 140 Michael, Edythe ....... ..... 6 7, 190 Mickey, Max ........ ........ 8 1 Millay, Gary ....... ......... 6 6 Miller, Mr. Arthur ........... 12, 73, 140 Miller, Donald ..................... 63 Miller, Dorothy. .40, 100, 103, 112, 126, 204 Miller, Galen ...................... 40 Miller, Gary ...... ................ 4 0 Miller, Jerry .... ........ 4 0 Miller, Jo Ann ........... .... . .85, 121 Miller, LaMar ..................... 82 Miller, Lorraine .... 40, 94, 97, 120, 121 186 Miller, Ralph ....... ........... 7 6, 154 Miller, Richard .................... 40 Miller, Sandra. . . .......... 79, 189 Miller, Sherrie .......... 40, 116, 118, 144 Miller, Stephani .................... 87 Milliron, James. . .......... ........ 8 6 Mills, Gordon ...... 40, 91, 93, 94, 98, 111, 129, 155 Mills, Sharon .... ..... 8 1, 113, 188, 195 Milner, Michael. . . .......... 80, 102 Milward, Don. . . . ...... . . .84 Minard, Glen. .... ............. 8 Mingo, David ...... .. .87, 171, 177 Mitchell, Gary .... . . . ...... 64, 116 Mitchell, Kathryn .... ..... 7 7, 188 Mix, Mix, Mix, Mix, Gary ......... John ........ Larry .... Mike. . . . Moe, George. .... . Moe, Maynard ...... Michael ....... McGinn, Denice. . .... ......... 6 8 McGlocklin, Dennis ....... . . . .84, 115 McGoldrick, Peter .................. 76 McGrath, Patricia .... 38, 96, 113, 120, 186 McHenry, Brad ........ 65, 111, 170, 183 McIntosh, Carolyn. .69, 102, 103, 119, 120 Mclntosh, Claudia..38, 97, 119, 120, 129 Mclnturff, James Mr. .............. 139 McKay, Judy ................. 78, 188 McKenna, Miss Mary... .... 12, 101, 114 McKeown, Monika. . . . . . . . McKeniney, William. . . . . . . McKinney, William ....... . . McKuhn, Robert .............. McLaughlin, Mrs. Mabel S. .... . McLaughlin, Mary Ann. .39, 187 McLaughlin, Ronald ........... McLay, Patricia ............ 75, McLean, Robert ............... McLellan, Carol ............. . . .McMullen, James .... 87, 117, 145, . . . . .81 . .... 80 38, 122. . 12, 128 199, 207 . 67, 178 151, 152 . . . . . 85 . 68, 197 154, 155 Monohon, Patricia. . . Monohon, Sharon. . . Montaney, Larry . . . Montour, Alan ...... Montour, Virginia. . . Montoya, Mary .... ......40 .....40 ......67 ......63, 170 ...73, 98, 99, 174 ..........128 .....63 ......80 ....82, 164 ......79 Moore, Diane.. ................... .73 Moore, James .......... 7.2, 161, 170, 179 Moore, Karen..82, 111, 121, 188, 194, 198 Moore, Lois .... . ................... 41 Moore, Torge ...................... 70 Moran, Fredene. . . .... 41, 110, 120, 187 organ, Gail... . . . .. organ, Gary. . . . . . .66, organ, Gerald .... .... 8 3, orgen, David .... ..... orlan, Dani... orlan, David. . . . . . . . . .72, orris, Diane. . . ......... .41, orris, Jane. . . ......... .41, orris, Linus .... .... 6 6, 146, 164, orrow, David .... .............. orsbach, Donna. . . . . . . . . . .67, oser, Charles .... ........... ueller, Susan .... .... 8 7, 146, ullen, Mike ..... ......... ullenix, Judith .... ...73, 94, uller, Carolyn. . . .... . . . . ulvey, Sandra... ..... .. unk, Dave ...... . . . unk, Duane ..... . . . unson, Dennis. . . . . . . unyon, Gary ..... . ..... . urken, William ..... . . ..... 41, urphy, Margaret ................. urphy, Patrick ................ 74, Murphy, Robert. . . .... 84, 116, 165, Murphy, Virginia. . . .......... .74, Myer, Mrs. Helen... .. Myers, Roberta ..... .... N Nakagawa, Marjorie .... . . .79, 195, Nakagawa, Nancy .... 121 Namchek, James. . . ...66, , Olson, Sally ..... ...86 Olson, Thelma ........ . . . O'Mal1ey, Sheryn .... . ......... Oppen, Mrs. Genevieve ...... 12, Opsal, Jon .............. 87, 117, Orr, Mr. Otto .............. . . . Oscarson, Mrs. Helen .... ...... Ostendorf, Philip ...... ...... Oswald, Dale ................. Ott, Robert ..... .........83, Ott, Sharron. ....... 42, 101, 106, Oty, Larry .......... 70, 90, 98, Oulman, Steven ........... . . . . Ovendale, Tom. . . . . . .......... Overhauser, Janine ............ '65, 145, ffii . 84, 164 1102 128, 78, Overmyer, Lorna .... 42, 92, 96, 120, 129, 186, Pace, Linda ..... ...... 8 4, 110, 119, Paddock, Terry. . . ........ . 70, Page, Dick ...... ........ 4 2, Paggett, Don. . . . . . . Paine, Roger ....... ...... Palmer, Terry ....... . . .76, Pantzar, Che Che. . . . . . . . . Pantzar, Ronald .... .... 4 2, Paquin, Kenneth . . . . . . . Pardun, Sharon. . . . . .42, Pariso, Donna. . . .... 77, Parker, Carole .... . . .77, Parker, Virginia .... ..... Parkins, Lorralee. . . . . . . . . Parrish, Fred ...... .... 4 2, Patterson, James ..............,.. Patterson, Janet .... ............ Paul, Pauline ....., ............ Pauling, Patricia .... 79, 107, 188, 194, Payne, Ivan ................... 43, Payne, Marilyn .... ............ Payne, William. . . . .82, 164, 170, Pebles, Connie. . . ....... . . . . Peelgren, David... ...... 43, 122, Peightal, Janet ............ 81, 195, Pence, Albert ...... .... ........ Pence, Dianne ...... , 109, 151, 153, Pendell, Eugene ......... ....... 8 6, Pendell, Kenneth ............ 86, 171, Peoslee, Ronald .... Perez, Joseph ...... ...71, 102, 163, Perin, Sharon ....... ........... Perry, Catherine ............ 84, 146, Perry, Galen 4SkipJ ...... 18, 43, 90, 128, Peters, John ........ ....... 7 6, Peterson, Carol L. .............. 73, Peterson, Carol ................ 81, Peterson, Elaine. .78, 151, 188, 189, 194, Peterson, Gary ..............,. 76, Petruss, Julie... .. . . . .78, Phelps, Donald ..... Phillips, Richard. . . Phillips, Rosalie .... Phillipson, Sandra. . . Phipps, Judith ..... Nance, Cheryl .... .... 8 4, 111, Neale, Roger ...... ...... 4 1, 95 Nebergall, Virginia. . . .... 65, 152 Neighbors, Sharon. . . . . . . . Nelson, Andrea .... ....... Nelson, Bruce ..... .... 7 9, Nelson, David.. . ... . . . . Nelson, Mary ...... . . .80, Nelson, Michelle .... ........ Nelson, Sharon Pat .... .......... Nelson, Sonja .... . ..... 70, 104, Nelson, Susan .............. 79, 117, Nethercutt, Nancy ...... 71, 95, 110, 185, Neuman, Miss Christine .......... 15, B4 Newcomb, Robert ................. Newcomb, Don ................ 41, Newland, Katherine. .4l, 97, 112, 120, 1.23, 186, 187, 196, 199, Nichols, Frank .................... Nichols, Lois ..................... Niemeyer, Rodney ...... 86, 110, 119, Nightser, David ................... Nikotich, Doloris Jean ............. Nistad, Mrs. Margaret .............. Noel, Emily ................ 63, 119, Noll, Judy ....................... Noonan, Nancy .... 69, 103, 107, 109, 123, Norby, Ruth ...... ............ Norman, Lois ...... .... 7 5, 112, Norris, Paul ........ ...... 6 8, Novakovich, Linda. . . .... . . . . Novits, Vince ...... .... Nudell, Donna .... . . . . . . . Nutt, John ....... .......... Nyberg, Marilyn .... ..... 8 5, 131, Nye, Ernie ....... ........ 4 1, 122, Nye, Richard .......... 41, 122, 145, Nye. Mr. William ...... ............ Nygaard,Mr.P. ......11, Nypen, Larry ...... Nypen, Sandra ...... . O Obde, Joyann ........ .... 7 2, O'Conner, Joyce .... ....... O'Conner, Karen ..... . . .72, O'Connor, Maureen .... ..... O'Connor, Richard. . . . . . . . . . Picard, Leonard .... Pierce, Nancy ..... Pierce, William. . . Pike, Don ......... . Pilant, Judith ......... Odell, Ron ........ ......... Odell, Steven ..... . . .70, 164, Odell, Ted .... ......... Ogle, Lonna .... ........... O'Hara, Nora .... . . .82, 194, Oien, Wayne ..... ......... Oiland, Barbara .... ..... 42 , O'Keefe, Kathleen. . . . . . . . Olsen, Jimmie .......... , ........ . Olsen, Nancy .................. 81, Olsen, Ruth. .68, 103, 110, 114, 119, 120, Olsen, Vickie ...... ............. Olson, Mr. Alvin. . . ...... . 14, Olson, Carole. . . . . . . .42, 110, Olson, David .... ........ Olson, Gerald... Olson, Kaye ..... .... 4 2, Olson, Richard .... ..... . .'.'.'sbQ ' . 63, 108, Pilger, Carol ............... 83, Pinkham, Miss Elsa ...... 13, 79, Pinnock, Martin ............... Piper, Carol ................ 67, Piper, Janet .... 81, 109, 116, 188, Pitts, Thurman ................ Platt, Patsy ...... . . .66, Plumb, Dick ...... .... Pockrus, Donna .... . . . Pockrus, Dorothy. . . . . . Pope, Walter ..... . . Porter, Linda .... Porter, William .... Poss, Gary ................. Potter, Jackalyn .... I .......... Potter, Steve ................. Poulin, Linda .... 70, 93, 94, 110, 185, 193, 194, Poutre, Steve .......... 75, 122, Powell, Alan .............. 78, Powell, William .... . ....... Powis, Roy ....... .... Prague, Richard .... . . . Pratt, Dale ........ ........ Pratt, James .................. Pratt, Mike ................... Preston, Mary Ellen ..., 78, 147, Price, Hugh ...... . . . . . Price, Mildred ..... Pringle, Ronald .... Proctor, Loretta .... . 43, . 65, .81, 178, 123, 119, 186, 196, . 75, 108, 189, 195, 1:36, . 43, fad, 116, 205, 178, 155, . 72, . 77, . 83, . 72, 153, . 43, Prophet, Gerald .... .... 7 9, 180 Prophet, Larry ..... ....... 7 3 Prudente, Carolee. . . .... .87 Prudente, Maxwell. . . ....... 38, 153 Prudente, Sandra .... ......... 8 7, 182 Pruitt, Sidney ...... .. .ll, 63, 152, 188 Pry, Carol ...... ............ 7 5 Pryor, Ronald. . . ....... 43, 155 Putnam, Joy .... ... . . . . .72 Q Quarles, Carol. .65, 103, 114, 120, 123. 132, 187, 193 Queal, Peter ....................... 79 Quiring, Sharon .... .-.-. 4 3 Quist, Jack ......... .--- 4 3 Quist, John ...,...... .... 8 0 R Race, Edna ......... .... 7 4, 104, 116 Rainer, Gerald ...... ...... 7 3, 122 Ralston, Sheldon ...... ...... 4 4, 140 Randall, Mr. Charles. . . . . .13, 80, 136 Randall, Linda .........,.. 83, 191, 196 Raney, Paula Bonnie .... ....... 7 9, 198 Ransbottom, Marlene ................ 75 Rantanen, Raymond. . . .... 67, 100, 206 Rasmussen, Don ..... ........... 7 2 Rasmussen, lla ......... . . . . . . . .69 Raver, Gerald ...................... 81 Rawlings, Miss Margaret ......... 12, 75 Ray Esmer..44, 101, 111, 113, 126, 141, 147, 187, 204 Read, Charles ...................... 84 Read, Vicki ...... ...------- 3 3 Rebillard, Allen .... . .69. 155 Reed, Zella ......... ....- 3 7 Reetz, Harry lJimJ . . . . . . 44 Reetz, Shari ........ - -31 Reeve, Judith .... ........ 8 7 Reeves, Gary ...... ....... . . . .87 Reeves, Howard ............ 87, 115, 116 Reger, David ...... ................ 1 79 Regis, Dennis ................ .85, 154 Reid, Bruce ..... 44, 98, 128, 129, 162, 179 Reid, Ronald ................ ..... 4 4 Reilly, John ................. ..... 44 Reinbold, Dolores. . . .... 76, 195 Reiser, Robert .......... . ..... 85 Reser, Richard ............... ..... 8 7 Restad, Carol ...................... 84 Reuss, Cecelia. .67, 95, 103, 111, 112, 114, 123,, 188, 191 Reuss, Judy .... 81, 102, 103. 188, 191, 195 Rew, Richard ...... 44, 105, 122, 146, 152, 160, 179 Reynolds, Edith .............. ..... 8 6 Reynolds, Nancy ............. ..... 7 0 Reynolds, Richard ,....... . , . . ..... 65 Rheinschmidt, William .... ...... .... 6 5 Rhodes, Michael.63, 122, 145, 160, 173, 176 Richards, Bill .............. 63, 154, 155 Richards, Ellinore ............... 75, 188 Richards, Joyce ................. 70, 153 Richards, Lois. .44, 97, 102, 111, 114, 120, 123, 129, 187, 190, 192, 199 Richardson, Gay ............... 86, 165 Richardson, Joan ............. ..... 6 5 Riches, Madeline ................... 71 Richmond, Bonnie.44, 94, 97, 106, 110, 187 Rickard, Tom .......... 44, 12.2, 162, 180 Ricketts, Karen ........ 73, 102, 115, 119 Rickey, Patricia .... ......... ..... 6 4 Riddle, Dennis .... .......... 8 5, 115 Riddle, James .... . . . . , .83, 115, 197 Riddle, Lee .......... .... ..... 4 4 Riediger, Sandra ....... .. ..... 83 Riegel, Mrs. Virginia .... . .13, 121 Rigas, Sherry ........ .. ..... 76 Riggin, Beverly ..... .... 4 4, 137 Riggs, Jack ...... .. . .. . . .44 Riley, Marlene .... . . .79 153, 197 Riley, Sharon... ..... .77, 188 Rinck, Edward. . . . . .165, 171, 177 Rinck, Sharon ..... ...... 6 8, 110, 116 Rinehart, Philip .... ......... ..... 6 9 Ripke, Sharon .......... 44, 117, 121, 196 Ripley, Richard .............. ..... 4 5 Risteen, Robin ............... ..... 7 0 Rizzuti, Judith ...... 45, 100, 108, 126, 203 Rizzuti, Victor ................. 45, 152 Roark, David ..... ............ 7 4, 154 Robards, Eugene. . . ........... 87, 180 Roberts, John .......... 68, 101, 116, 207 Roberts, Terry .......... 66, 145, 154, 155 Roberts, Thad ................ ..... 8 3 Robertson, Clara Ann ......... ..... 4 5 Robertson, Hans. ............. ..... 7 2 Robertson, Joyce .... 45, 96, '100, 113, 147, 187, 204, 206 Robideaux, Thomas .......... ..... 4 5 22i Robinson, Glenn ..... . Robinson, Jackie ..... Robinson, Susanne. . . Robinson, William. . . Rockstad, Richard. . . Rockwell Marie .... Rodgers, ' Alice .... Linda .... Rodgers, Rodman, Charles .... Roger, Phillip ...... Rogers, Aldeann .... . Rogers, Lawrence ..... Rogers, Susan ........ Rohbards, Gene .... . Rohrback, Joan ...... Rojan, Mike ............. . 45 5 Rolfsness, Betty Jean. Rollis, Patricia .... Rollis, Robin ..... Rooney, James. . . Rooney, Judy. . . Rose, Richard. . . Ross, Joan ...... . . . Ross, Naomi ......... Rothwell, Diane .... 68, Rouse, Jackie ....... Rouse, Sandra ..... . . . Rowley, Mr. Robert. . . Ruark, Harold ....... Ruby, Marilee ...... Ruhl, Louie .... . . . . Rummer, Robert .... . Russell, Arlene .... .. . .45, ffis. 145, .' faisl' 'ide' ' 'iid' 'l32: 111, . .45, 1.20, . . .11, 80, Russell, Thomas ...... 46, 91 Russell, Mr. Wallace.. Ryan, James R. ..... . Ryan, James C. .... . Ryan, Judith .... Ryen, Gary .... S Saccomanno, Jo Anne Sailor, Karen ........ Sailor, Marion ...... Saling, Marilyn ..... Sampson, Barbara. . . Sampson, Charlene. . . Samuels, Donna .... . .' . gs., . Sander, Catherine ...... 82, Sander, Gary ...... ......... Sanders, Jerilyn ...... Sandgren, Michael. . . . . . Sandgren, Patricia. . . Sandham, Victoria. . . Sanne, Ann ......... Santora, Mrs. Viola. .. Santorsola, Kathy. . . Sapp, Joan ..... .......... Sarber, Gordon ......... Saruwatari, Kenneth 76, 154 is 165,, , 110. 120, 187, . 83, 108, 147, 187 116, . 87 6:5 105, 144 . ....... 46, '.'.'.'4is, .ll8, tKathyl . .83, . . '.'.46.' 167. ' ""152I'1zia1' . .4s, ' .77.,.11.8, '1-141 ' 146, I I f .dif . . . . . 56,' 145, 154, 164,' Sather, Virginia .......... Saunders, Mr. Mack L. ........ . Savage, Jackie .......... Sayler, Linda ............ Sayles, Kay ........ 46 , 90. f if, Schaefer, Theressa ......... Schaper, Michial .......... Schatz, Linda ...... 46. 109, 190, 192, Schauer, Edward .............. Schaum, Dee ........ Schaum, Mary ........ Scherfenberg, Berferd. . . Schiffner, Larry ....... Schilling, Beverly. . . Schilling, Donna. . . Schilling, Verna ..... Schindele, Arthur, , . Schirmer, Patricia .... Schlanbusch, Gail. . . Schmidt, Charlene. . . Schmidt, Darlene. . . Schmidt, LeRoy .... Schmidt, Patricia. . . Schmidt, Wesley. . . Schrier, Emily .... Schrier, Rick ....... Schroeder, Buddy. . . Schroeder, Larry. . . Schroeder, Mark. . . Schroeder Ra 1 Y. . Schubert, Frank .......... schunz, Lawney Schultz, ' ' . .62, ILarryJ ....... Miriam. . . . ........ Schultz, Rodney ........ Schultz, Gloria. . . 222 . .84, a 132, .4s, 119, iid 'ihis' ' 'ri 46, Sai 65, 67, 66, sa, sz, 47, 67, 93 Schumann, Gilbert lStevel ...... 134, 152 Schuster, La Vonne ....... ...66, 152 Schuster, Mary Ann .............. .70 Schweitzer, Mr. Edmund .......... .15 Scollard, Jerold.. .46, 56, 95, 105, 129 209 Scotti, Karen .................... .73 Searl, Leland ................... 64 154 Sears, Elizabeth .... .... 8 3, 111, 188 Seger, Janis ..... ......... . 67 Seidal, William. . . ....... . .47 Seigel, Marilyn .... ...... . 84 Sells, Danny ,....... ......... . 76 Sexson, Shirley ....... .. .70, 116 194 Shackelford, Jackie. . . ..... 47, 153 Shafer, Joe ......... ..... 7 7, 164 Shane, Darrell ..... . . .65, 87 154 Shaver, Dennis ..... ...... . 77 Shaver, Richard .... ..... . 47 Shaw, Darlene. . . .... 47, 152 Shaw, Melvin ...... ..... . 72 Shaw Michael ....... .... 8 7, 134 Shears, Christopher. . . . . . 134, 160 Shears, Richard ........ .... 7 5, 161 Sheldon, Harry fPat7 . . . .... . .47 Shepard, Beverly ..... . . .47, 119 Shepard, Roger ...... . . . .47 Sherman, Mr. Milo. . . . . .139 Sherrard, Sherry .... .... 4 7 Sherwood, Al .......... ..... 1 35 Shoop, Elsie .......... . . . . .48, 62 Shoop, Frederick fDickl ............. 82 Showalter, Glen ................ 74, 155 Shriver, Linda .... 48, 56, 92, 96, 109, 120, 184, 191, 196, 206, 208 Shuler, Myrna ................... ..48 Shurtleff, Douglas ............... 48, 137 Siegel, Marilyn ......... ..... 1 52 Silvernail, Patricia ....... ........ 4 8 Simonson, Mr. Raymond .......... 11, 57 Simpson, Miss Barbara ....... 13, 81, 189, 194, 197 Simpson, Morrie ............ 48, 118, 135 Simpson, Terry .................. .81 Simpson, Wayne .................... 75 Sipe, Janice ..... 48, 96, 100, 109, 120, 184, 193, 204, 206, 207 Sisich, Gay .................... 71, 187 Sisk, Mr. Eathen ............. ..... 1 39 Skelton, John ...... 48, 122, 128, 160, 172, 173, 174 Skinner, Linda. . . ............. . .87 Sleeth, Robert .,.. . . .86, 155, 165, 177 Sleizer, Kent .... .......... 4 8 155 Slentz, Tommy. . . ......... . .48 Sletten, Bob ..... . . .72, 154 Sligar, Guy. . . . . . . .87 Sloan, Gloria .... . . .48 121 Smith, Brenda. . . .... .152 Smith, Carl ....... . . . . .68 Smith, Dallas ........ . . 73 Smith, Dennis Ray ...... . . 73 Smith, Dennis iRedJ .... . . 87 Smith, Don .......... .... 7 5 Smith, Ed .......... ...... 6 9 Smith, Eugene ..... . . .79, 115 Smith, Frank .......... . . .71, 87 Smith, Mr. George ....... ..... 1 31 Smith, Gwendolyn ....... .. .84 Smith, Helen Katherine.. . . .48 Smith, Judith ........... ........ . 66 Smith, Lynn. .......... ......... . 87 Smith, Marlene. . . . .48, 100, 190 Smith, Ned ..... ........ . 71 Smith, Patricia. . . ..... . .48 Smith, Ramona. . . ....... . .83 Smith, Richard. . . ........ . .73 Smith, Sandra .... ..49, 187, 192 Smyth, Sandra. . . ....... . .82 Snow, Mark .... ...... . 87 Soapes, Nancy. . . . . . .81 Sodorff, Gary .... . . .76, 180 Solem, Barbara .... ..... . 64 Solinsky, Ronald .... .... 4 9, 144 Somerville, Bonnie ....... . . .81 199 Sorenson, Sandra ........ . . . .87 Sorensen, Sherrie ........... . . .71 Sorensen, Mr. William C. . . .8 Soi-te, Linda ............ ..... . 66 Spangenberg, Joan ...... ...... . 67 Spangenberg, Mr. Walter. . .. .l1, 82, 165 Spann, Kathi ........... ...... . 77 Sparks, Richard .... ........... 4 9, 145 Spear, Sue ...................... .85 Sperling, William ...... 74 91, 92, 99, 160 173, 174 Soilker, Mike. . . .......... 49, 129 Sponder, Gene. . . . . . .87 Sprague, Donald .... . . .66 Sprecher, Jerry ..... .. .79 Spring, Michael .................. .73 Spurgeon, Mr. Dale ............. 14, 75 Spurlock, Dennis .... 18, 49, 130, 160, 166, 168, 169 Staddard, Robert ..... . .......... 86 Standaart, Daniel .... Standley, Ronald ..... Stanford, Jay. ....... . . Stanger, Judy .... . . . Stannard, Mr. Gerald. . Stapleton, Melvin .... Starr, Dorothy ...... Starr, Theordore .... . Steckling, Diane. . . . . Steele, Ronald. . . Steen, Inez .... Stein, Bernita ..... Stein, Janice ....... Steinmetz, Richard .... Stenhouse, Lynne .... Stern, Sharron .... Sterritt, Judy .... Sterritt, Leslie. . . Sterritt, Susan. . . Stevens, Karen. . . Stevens, Victor. . . Stewart, Robert ...... Stine, Danny ....... . . .49, . . . . . . . .6s, . ....... 81, ' 129, 139, . . . .'14, 168, 116-if 108,' iid, ' 149,' iii' 145, .......::..dlZ .' .' .491 ' 152, Stockdale, Mrs. Helen .... Stockton, Ardella ................ Stockton, Rosie. . . . . . William ................. Stohs, Phillip ...... 80, Stoeser, Stokes, Stone, Duane .... . . 145, 155, ........69, 170, Daryl. . ............... . . . Stone, Jackie .... Stone, Joan. . . . .... . . Stone, William ............ 65, 111, Stoner, Mrs. Marjorie ....... . ..... Storch, Jo .............. 71, 102, 120 Stotts, Ron .............. . ....... Stowers, Mikel ......... . . . . .83, .14, 62, 82, 49, Stradley, Bev ...... 70, 102, 103, 118, Street, Frank .................... Street, Judie .... ............... Street, Rick ....... . . .81, 144, 149, Stretch, Susie ................... . Stroud, Mike .... 50, 57, 95, 113, 118, Struck, Ki-ly ......... Sullivan, Dennis. . . . Sullivan, Frank .... Sullivan, John P.. . . . IIIIIIIIII56, . . . ..... 50, 50, 94, 105, Summers, John ................... Summers, Lar'ry.71, 122, 161, 168, 173, Sundberg, James ................. Swanson, Barbara ...... 50, 113, 193, Swanson, Judy ..... ........ 7 0, Swenson, Mervin .... ........ 8 6, Swift, Sally ....... ...... 5 0, 146, Swope, Sandra. . . .......... .85, Sylte, Deanda .... ...82, 117, 121, Sylte, Deanna .... ...82, 117, 121, Szymczak, Mike ..... ...... 8 2, 173, T Taft, Mr. Stanley ..... ........ Tantum, Peggyanne .... . . .87, 150, Taskey, Delroy ....... ........ Taskey, Ron ..... . Tayloe, Frank .... ....... Tayloe, Jack ...... ........ Taylor, Thomas ...... ......... Taylor, Yvonne. ...... .... 8 1, 150, Templeton, Glenn ................ Tewinkel, Mr. Joseph ............ 9, Thach, Terry ...... 69, 122, 140, 178, Theisen, Mr. Orval .... Theodorsen, Mr. George: . Thibault, Carol Jean. .50, 95, 97, Thiele, Diana ........ Thomas, Edward .... Thomas, Edward. . . Thomas, Frank. . . Thomas, Wayne. . . Thomas, William .... Thompson, April ..... Thompson, Duane .... Thompson, Laureen. . . Thompson, Milton .... Thompson, Patricia. . . Thompson, Sandra .... Thomson, Eileen .... Thomson, John ....... Thornquist, Richard.. Thorpe, Delroy ....... Thorpe, Joanne ..... Thorpe, Judie ........ Thorsted, Lawrence .... Tighe, Colleen ........ Tillett, June ....... Tillman, Larry. . . Tipke, Ramona .... Titus, Al ......... Titus, Brian ....... Tobiason, Judith. . . . Tobie, Mr. Paul. .. 105, 127, 187, ' ' ' 11174 . .' fso, . f fda' iii. ......80 ..... 72, II51,'i:3i,'i6i, ....-.IM ...a4 ..'.'fff'id, . . .51, 140, . .'.'.'.'."1'21 ...1l, 83, 4 15 15 11 . 8 167 17 17 .4 .7 18 .8 .4 .4 .81 15 .72 110 .49 .81 .83 .77 . 65 161 . 64 109 95 187 . 80 179 . 49 .84 .81 . 87 160 . 15 187 . 76 113 188 . 50 . 501 180 . 69 148 . 82 128 140 108 168 174 . 76 197 107 154 187 152 152 152 176 . 15 192 . 50 . 75 . 85 . 87 . 73 192 . 74 132 179 . . . . .11 . .10, 14 121, 191 . 50 . 71 145 . 50 134 . 69 . 81 71 66 51 51 153 121 160 . 71 168 . 81 . 81 164 121 . 71 135 153 . 51 . 66 194 136 obin, Virginia. .51, 100, 107, , 137, Walker, Harold, , , .... 84, 165, 181 Wilcox, Mrs. Virginia V..,...,- ----.-. 1 odd, Dorothy .... . ....... .... W auger, Howard ..,,.,.,...... . 77, 140 Wilde, Dennis ......... . . .63, Odd- Phyllis ---------- ---- '--' 7 ' Walker, Larry ............. . . ..... 72 Wiley, Sue- ------- ---- - Odd, Rfibeft ----- - - - 1 1 I I I I73 109, 1,20I l33I 135, Williams, Del ..... , . . . . . . . . okarz, Frank. . . .... Walker' Lo a' ' ' 191I 193 WilkinsoniI Gerald .,.. . . . .74, oll, Carol ...... .... 1 .1 Wiliams, erry ..... ..... ouefson, Jim ..... . . . . ,YVV """ ' ' ' '52' 118' gg Williams, Keith .... . . . . ollefson, Mary .... . 51, Walker' Robert "" "" ""' 7 1 Williams, ge11.IIII. . . . . omsha, Ronald .... .... 1 "" """ ""' W i 1 liams, ona . .... . . onani, Ronald. . . . ---- vvgagfefb Shjmn- - - --" 31- 1521 122 Williams, Rogan-1 D.. . . . . . . onasket, Phyllis .... .... 8 . HV ------ "-- - -'-- W illiamson, au .... ...... . ornow, Michael ........ . . .78, Wallace. Barbara. . . - - - -'10, 191 Willoughby, Bruce. . . . . . . .76, own, Betty. . .,.... ...... . .63, Wallace, Karin ..... . .53. 95 Wilson, Don II. . . . . . .54, 122, ownsend, Mr. Donald A.. . . . . . Wallingford, Gary. . . . . . . .87 Wilson, Ken a . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . racy, Marjorie ........... . .34. Walt, Jerold ....... ...... ..... 7 6 Wilson, Joe ...... .... ...... . ravis, Gary ............ .... W a1iei.sI E1.icI IIII IIIIIIII 1 65I 111 Wilson, Martin ...... 64 102, 112, raylor, Duane. . . . . . .IIII. wa1ie,.I Nancy I I I IIIIIIIIIII 73I 115 w11son, ghyI1IhIIs: ..... . . . . . . . . . Iregallas, Grace ..... . . 155, Warf1e1dI I1u11eI I I I I I31I 18BI 198I 199 W1Ison, Si1I1I:IIIIII .... . . . . . . . . -:z,i:::i-.21.2.ia..f------ 111111 .... ..... 1 1 was? ' ' """" ' ' ' W , R be t ....... ........... 1 78 . ' """ ' ' 1'ruIedson, lVIgr. George. . . . ..... wgggm 1g0bZrtaI I I I I I I I I I I I I I I68 wingetkaiggdra .... . . . . . . . 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EI 91 OU! ---.-- '--- 1 W01iersI E1-ic IIIII IIIIII Underdahi, Bonnie ...... 81, 108, iss, WQEKFITIHP1 1De2HE1a ---- --55 wood, Coneen ,,,,,, , , , ,a3, Unger, Carrie ...... 81, 110, 188, 189, vvggsiagi' ' ' ' 86 Woodard, James . . . . . 194, . 1 ' - - """ Woodbury, Dona . . . . . . . . Unicume Carolyn ................ weishaar' Thomas' ' ' "" ' ' ' ' '53 W00dhUI'Sf1, D0H1'1iS1 1 - 1 - - -551 ' Weitz, Karin ........ . .... .67, 110 Woodruff Terrance gnguhg gaflfy ---- - -5-2- -I-II1I- -IiII1- M Welch, Mike .......... ...... . .5a, 62 woodwarii Deanna "" ' ' ' ' ' 1' av 1 aw '-'---' 1 1 1 1 Wellhouser, Evelyn .... .... 8 l, 188, 197 ' "" "" Wellman, Howard. . . ...... . . . .87 Woodworth' Joyce' ' ' ' V W 11 R 73 Wornstaff, Larry. . . . . Weumag ,I CQ- - - - - - ---'- 65- - 176 woudstra, chris. . . . . . . e S' 0 er ""' ' ' ' Wright, Gerald. . . .. . Van Camp, Richard .... ...... W ells, Sharon .... .... . .83 wright Mic1iae1I I I I I I I Van Doren, Sandra .... .... 7 5, IiiIIVe1lsiandtIIIJEI5'Y ---1 ----- 3 I? wunde1111c11I Robert IIII 1 H t,R'h d .... .... 6 7, sneer. 0y--- --'-- irliiinufiifif nlfniti .... .... 3 231 ,1g?1igIfIII- 1 - . .6-1, 133 Xv,,2'Qf,ff'1V1i?'1'E,I',f1y FH , I Vameua- Roberi ""' ' ' ' westiau, Bob. . ....... ' .... . .65, 101 V T 1 G1 Y VIjIf1IIIIIuYIJIIIIyemCe- - - ---- Westrom, Gary ........ av 145, 154, 155 1 . -'----- "-"- W etherell, Mrs. Opal ..... ......... . . 15 . . Vaughn, Elizabeth. . . . . .52, wet1iere11I Paii.iciaI I53I 103I 123I 126I 187 Yancey, Patricia. . . . . Vaupel, Anne ...... .... 5 2, wheiham Kathy IIIIII I I I I I53 117 137 Yeaman, Ronald. . . . . Vawter, Ron .... . .... 52, wh- 1 'R- dI III III I I I'I I3 Yoho, Karon. . . . . . . . . VinFem1 Samir? ---- ---- w hiigkii, isiiiuiifiiiiiin. . . I . . .1 .... 13, ag YOFK1 Dennis- - - - - - - - Voliva, Bemamm. . . . . . . WhiteI David IIII I IIIII IIII 8 5I 140I 154 York, Mrs. Dorothy. . . . . . Vollva- Fred --1---- ---- w hiie, Franklin ..... .... . . . . .av York, stephanie. ..... . . Vollert, Jeanette .... .... 6 6, White Janice IIII I I I I I I I I54 Yost, Lois .... . . . . . . . . . . . . Vollert, Ray. . . . . .... white' Judie 5,1 Young, Dennis. . . . . . . . . . . . vnnrhies, Mary ...... .... W hue' L,,,,y "" ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' '54 Young, Sharon ..... ......... . Voss, Richard ......... ..'74, wh.t 'L. d 63 Young, Steve .... .... . ..55, 155, W Whit? RE: .' ...... as' 117,' 145, 14i,' 153 g?::I1?I?I'f:IanaIII-LlIjdi1h--- - - -- Whiteside, Alan .... .......... ...... 6 8 - - "" - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' Whitten, Marcy. . . ..... 54, 94 106, 111 Z Wacker, Pamela ..... . . . .... Whittier, Judy ..... ....... . 65, 110 Waddell, Patricia .... ......... 7 2, Wichterman, Jerry. . . . . . . . . . . .70 Wagner, Gary ...... , . .73, 104, 126, Wickstrom, Ernest. . . . . . . .54 Zabel. Dall. 1 1 1 - - - - - Wahl, Kathryn. . . . . . .82, 194, Wickstrom, John. . . . . . .... 85 Zehm, Colleen. . . . . Wahl, Roy ....... .... .... W i edmer, Deanna .... .... 6 9, 187 Zimbrick, Mollie. . . Waiting, Judith .... .... 5 2, Wigen, Alan. ....... ...... ..... 7 7 Zimmer, Donna ..... . . Waldby, Daniel .... .... W ilbanks, Lloyd. .... ........ . .83, 164 Zimmerman, Ron .... . . Waldo, Robert. . . . . . Wilber, Sue ........................ 69 Zornes. DODDH. - 1 - - - - Walker, Cecil. . . . Wilcox, Martha tJuliei . . .54, 190, 192, 194 Zumoto, Judy. . . . . . . ' ' , . 0? dltd -' To thc Crescent photography studio for the faculty section portraits . . . to Art Lacey, pliotographer, who took special carc to have each of us look "just right" in thc group pictures he took of homcrooms, the band, the choir, the Red Feathers, thc Color Girls and the cheer leaders . . . to Al Keiglcy, manager of the Spokane American Engraving for his advice and co-operation. Pat Murphy, artist on the engraving staff, who spent extra hours working on the mcgaphones enclosing the cheerleadersg retouching the dolls on the division pages, thc end sheets and table of contentsg and improving with his a1'tist's brush on nature and on student photography and mounting . . . to Donald A. Townsend, our printing adviser, for his very fine help and suggestions-and to the printers, Carl Bridge, l"1'edHoefe1', Tom Keel and Maynard Rikerd of the press room . . . to Mickey Brenton, feature editor of The News, who wrote the legends . . . to our advertisers . . . to our subscribers-almost 90 pc-1' cent of thc student body . . . to Mr. Manuel, who advised the staff on art and picture work . . . to Miss McKenna, publications adviser, who gives unselfishly of her time to our award-winning publications. 223


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